Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA)

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M1919ir Ki5 ook OINl WE HAVE STRIVEN TO MAKE THE TWENTY FOURTH VOLUME OF THE JAMBALAYA A COMPLETE AND ACCU- RATE CHRONICLE OF THE ACTIVITIES OF OUR ALMA MATER DURING THE PAST YEAR. ON PRESENTING THIS VOLUME FOR YOUR APPROV- AL.WE SINCERELYHOPETHAT OUR FEEBLE EFFORTS HAVE NOT BEEN IN VAIN. THE EDITORS. 2.Y ' v|; p ' " a -T DEDICATION TO THE SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF TULANE AND NEW- COMB WHO HAVE GIVEN THEIR ALL f-ORTHE CAUSE OF DEMOCRACY AND RIGHT, THE BOARD OF EDITORS OF THE 1 9 19 JAM- BALAYA REVERENTLY DEDICATES THIS VOLUME liiiiiiil ORDER OF BOOKS ONE FACULTY TWO CLASSES THREE FRATERNITIES FOUR ORGANIZATIONS FIVE ATHLETICS SIX JOKES EVCUETY Wisdom is as good as aTL inheritance .yea- more exeellent is it for thenv_» that see the sun ForAVisdom is a defence even as money is a defence ; But the excellency of knowledge i. that wi. dom preservcth the life of him that hath it. " Ecclesiastes, - ALBERT BLEDSOr. DINWIDDIE. A M., I ' m I).. PRESIDENT Ol THE UNIVERSITY THE JAMBALA YA Officers of Instruction Albert Bledsoe Dinwiddie, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D. Presidenl of the University George Bunch Adams, M.D. MoRTo.N Arnold Aldrich, Ph.D. Carroll Woolsey Allen, M.D. DoucLA.s Smith Anderson, M.A. Richard Ashman Philip McKinley Autrv Clara Gregory Baer B. W. N. Bacot. A.B. Charles Adolph Bahn, M.D. James Monroe Bamber, M.D. L. C. Barker Charles Cassedy Bass, M.D. Mary Elizabeth Bass, M.D. Rose Baxton PIenry Bayon, A.m., M.D. Edw, rd Ambrose Bechtel. PhD. Charles William Bein, B.Arch. George Sam Bel, M.D. Earl A. Berry Oscar Walter Bethea, M.D.. Ph.G., F.C.S. Stephen Mertle Blackshear, M.D. Rupert Mitchum Blakely, M.D. Homer Blincoe, A.B., M.Sc. Charles James Bloom. B.S., M.D. Henry Nathan Blum. M.D. Howard Tucker Bond Harriet Amelia Boyer Muir Bradburn, B.S.. M.D. William Plummer Bradburn, Jr., B.S.. M.D. Sidney Prancis Braud, A.B., M.D. Julia May Breazeal, Mus.B. L. A. J. Brennan, M.D. Frank Temple Brown, M.D. George Stewart Brown, M.Ph., M.D. Marion Earle Brown, M.D. William Prentiss Brown, A.B., A.M. I Ienry Dickson Bruns, M.D. Mary Williams Butler Pierce Butler, Ph.D. William Walton Butterworth, M.D. Ansel Marion Caine, A.B., M.D. John Williamson Caldwell. A.M., M.D. Nicholas Callan. A.B.. LL.B. Earle Roy Campbell A. A. Canter. B.S.. C.M.D. Joseph Walter Carroll Philips John Carter, B.S., M.D. Octave Charles Cassegrain, M.D. Lionel Louis Cazenavette, M.D. Charles Louis Chassaicnac, M.D. Felix Percy Chillincworth. M.D. Samuel Marmaduke Dinwiddie Clark. B.Sc. M.D. J. Harry Clo, Ph.D. Reginald Sowers Cocks, A.M. Henry Sula Cochran, B.Sc. M.D. Louis M. Cognevich, D.D.S. Isidore Cohn, B.Sc, M.D. James Clifton Cole, M.D. Joseph Collins John Joseph Colomb. D.D.S. Maurice John Couret, A.M., M.D. Paul Ernest Cox, B.S. R. E. Cra!C R. S. Chichlow. B.S., M.D. John Thompson Crebbin, M.D. William Henry Creighton, U.S.N George Bernard Crozat, D.D.S. Lorenzo Nolley Dantzler }1enry Daspit, M.D. Robert Alfred Davis, M.D. Stewart Pomeroy Dean. D.D.S. Lawrence Richard DeBuys. B.S., M.D. Sidney Philip DeLaup, B.Sc. M.D. Donald Derickson. C.E. John Fleming Dicks. M.D. Ai BERT Bledsoe Dinwiddie. A.M.. Ph.D., LL.D. William Dinwiddie, M.A.. LL.D. Brandt Van Blarcom Dixon. A.M.. LL.D. Maude Doswell. A.B. Oscar Dowlinc. M.D. I ' age fonih-en THE JAMBALAYA Henry Drueding Louis Joseph Dubos, A.R., M.D. Antoine Louis Ducasse. D.D.S. Edward Bernard Ducasse. D.D.S. Charles Howard Dunbar, Jr.. A.B.. LL.D. Arnott Kells Duncan. M.D. Wallace Joseph Durel. M.D. Charles Warren Duval. M.D. Hugh L. Dwver. D.W.M.. M.D.. D.P. Isadore Dver. Ph.D.. M.D. John L. Ebauch Samuel F. Elder John Barnwell Elliott. A.B.. M.D., I ' hD John Barnwell Elliott, Jr., A.M., M.D. Charles Leverich Eshleman. A.B.. M.D. Allan Chotard Eustis. M.D. John R. Evans, Ph.G. Marcus Feingold, M.D. Charles Payne Fenner, B.S.. LL.B. Erasmus Darwin Fenner, A.B., M.D. Felipe Fernandez, A.B. Chevalier Culsepfe Ferrata, Mus.Doc. Hazel Elizabeth Field. M.S. Chro FiNCK John Macison Fletcher, Ph.D. Mabel Fountaine Eugene Louis Fortier. D.D.S. LuriEN Amedee Fcrtier. D.D.S. AlBf.RT F.MILE Fo.ssier. A.M.. M.D. Rui us EnwARD Foster. LL.B. Andrew V. FREfE-icrS. B S.. M.D. F.phriam Deneufbourc Fr dekic- s. A.B., M.D LVDIA El.lZABlTH Ffot. ' .cher. A.M. Joseph Mary Garcia, D.D.S. Walter Eugene Carry, M..Sr., Ph.D.. M.D. Mildred Gauche. M.S. Simon Geismar. M.D. Maurice Joseph Gelpi, A.B., M.D. Paul Joseph Gelpi. A.M.. M.D. I Iermann Betram Gessner. A.M., M.D. Charles N. Gibbons. D.D.S. Upton W. Giles, A.B., M.D. Addi.ey 1 loGAN Gladden, Jr.. A.li., M.D. David W. Godat Waiter Louis Goi.d.stein, A.B. I ' rank Raymond Gomila, M.D. Maroi II Joseph Gondoi e. M.D. Benjamin Levi Gore, D.D.S. John Daniel Grace PiilH Ghai I ir.Niso. M D. David R. Grahm. Jr. Ame:;ee Granger. M.D. William Benjamin Gregory. M.M.I ' .. James Bi- ney Guthrie, B.Sc, M.D. James B. Hackett John Taylor Halsey, M.D. Carl Andrews Hanson Irving Hardesty. A.B., Ph.D. Mary Leal 1 Iarkness. Ph.D. William Herbert Harris. A.B., M.D. Roy Betram Harrison, M.D. Esther Finlay Harvey, A.B. Louis Alexander Herbert, B.S., M.D. Max Helier. M.L. Adolph DeCampus Henriquez. M.D. James C. 1 Iirsch. B.E. Ralph Hopkins. A.B., M.D. William Lee Hughes, LL.B. Jo.=eph Hume, Ph.B., M.D. Herman Fair Hustedt Raoul Stanislaus Hymel. D.D.S. Felix Morrison L ' aacson. D.D.S Adolph Jacobs, M.D. Stanford Chaille Jamison. M.D. Foster Matthew Johns, M.D. Hamilton Polk Jones, M.D. Will ODaniel Jones. M.D. Pierre Jorda Kaiiie. B.S.. M.D CiiARiEs Parnell Keli.eiier. D.D.S. John Smith Kendall. .A.M. William Samuel Kerlin. M.D. Frank James Kinbercer, M.D. Alfred Clinton King. M.D. Edward Lacy King. A.B.. M.D. Kenneth William Kinney. M.D. FlIKOnORE I RANK KiRN. NLD. Katherine Kopman Pail George Lacroix. B.S.. M.D. Jerome Landry, M.D. Lucian I Iypoi ITE Landry. M.D. Stuart Omer Landry John Alexander Laniord. I ' h.C.. M.D. Stephen Ives Langmaid, A.M., LL.B. Felix Ai.phonse Larue, A.M., M.D. Charles W. Leaphart. A.M.. LL.B. I ' .DMUNi) Laurence I.eckert. M.D. .All RED Arciiinard Leeie, D.D.S. William Pendleton 1 " .mii.e Leiide, B.E. Henry Leidenheimer, M.D. Isaac Ivan 1 imann, A.B., LL.B. t ayr ftllfrn THE JAMBALA YA Monte Mordecai Lemann. A.B.. LL.B. L. GUSTAVE Lemle Otto Lerch, A.M., Ph.D., M.D. Joseph Levy, M.D. Erne.st SiuNEY Lewis, B.Sc, M.D. James Leon Lewis, M.D. John A. Lewis. M.D. Henry John Lindner, M.D. James Louis Locascio, Ph.G., M.D. Maude Locker, A.B., M.A.. M.D. Henry Clarence Lochte, M.D. George King Logan, B.Sc, M.D. Raymond A. Longhney Louis V ' yasa James Lopez, M.D. William Alvin Love, A.B.. M.Ph., M.D. Chandler Clement Luzenberc, B.S., LL.B. Guy Van Winkle Lyman, C.P.A. Robert Clyde Lynch, M.D. James Adair Lyon, A.M. Marcy J. Lyons, M.D. Randolph Lyons, Ph.B., M.D. Matthew T. McClure. Jr., M.A., Ph.D. Irene Agnes McCulloch, Ph.D. Marion Herbert McGuire, M.D. Paul Avery McIlhenny, M.D. Eleanor McMain Urban Maes, M.D. AucusTiN Logan Magruder, D.D.S. Alphonse Martin LaMeslee, B.esL., A.M. Edmund Denecre Martin, M.D. Rudolph Matas, M.D., LL.D. Abraham Mattes, M.D. Leon Ryder Maxwell. A.M. Percy L. McCay Harold T. Mead, B.S., M.S. I Ienry Edward Menage, M.D., M.Pii. Robert Leonval Menuet, BE. Abraham Louis Metz, M.Ph., M.D. Waldemar Rice Metz, B.S., M.D. Alphonse Chas. Bernard Meynier, D.D.S. Paul Michinard, M.D. Charles Jefferson Miller, M.D. Milliard Eve Miller, M.D. Caroline Mims, M.D. Frank W. Morgan, Ph.D. George G. Morthland 1 Iai. Walters Moseley, M.Sc, M.A. Edmund Moss, M.D. Peter Francis Murphy, M.D. RoLLiN Gui70T Myers, B.Sc, M.Sc Harry Everett Nelson, M.D. William P. Nelson, Jr. Harold W. Newman, Jr. Jacob Warren Newman, M.D. Harry Mathew Nolan. D.D.S. Ann Hero Northrup, A.B., LL.B. Elliott Judd Northrup, A.B., LL.B. John T. O ' Farrail, M.D. James Phares O ' Kelley, M.D. James Henry O ' Reilly, D.D.S. John Frederick Oechsner, M.D. Henry John Otto, M.D. DoMiNicK Andrew Palmisano. M.D. Frederick William Parham, M.D. Lillian Florence Parker, Ph.D. George Farrar Patton, M.D. RuFFiN Trousdale Perkins, A.B., M.D. William Martin Perkins, B.Sc, M.D. Robert H. Pot-s, M.D. William David Phillips, B.Sc, M.Ph., M.D. George King Pratt, Jr., B.S., M.D. Joseph E. Psayi a, D.D.S. Louis G. Raymon Portia Pierce Randolph, A.B. John Christian Ransmeier, A.M., Ph.D. Mary C. Raymond, A.B. John E. Rau Eleanor Elmire Reames, Ph.D. Louis Favrot Reynaud, M.D. Caroline Francis Richardson, A.M. Lii LIE Richardson, A.M. Ernest FIenry Reidel, A.M., Ph.D. Gladys Ritchie Claude Green Rives, Jr. James Marshall Robert, B.E. Ernest Alexis Robin. B.Sc , M.D. Anita Gonzales Roeschneider Amelie Roman Maurice Samuel Rosenthal, B.S., M.D. Ernest Charles Samuel, M.D. Adolph K. Scharff Lester D. Scharff Ernest Schuyten Ralph Jacob Schwartz, A.M., LL.B. Leonard C. Scott, Ph.D., M.D. William Henry Seemann, M.D. Thomas Benton Sellers, Ph.C, M.D. Luther Sexton, M.D. Garvin Dennis Shallenbercer, A.B., B S. Covington FIardy Sharp, M.D. Page sixteen THE JAMBALA YA Mary Given Sheerer Lillian Shelley F ALPH ILUCENE ShERWOOD, D.D.S. Joseph Sicomo 1 Ienry Theocore Simon, M.D. Sidney Kohn Simon, A.B., M.D. Gertrude Roberts Smith Victor Conway Smith. M.D. Wilbur Cleveland Smith. M.D. William Benjamin Smith, A.M.. Ph.D., I.I.D. John Smyth, M.D. C. Stern, B.E. Thomas D. Stewart Daniel V. Stewart. Jr. Isabella Stirling Snodcrass, A.B. Edmond Scuckon, M.D. Marion Simms Souckon, M.D. Adelin Elam Sfencer, A.M. Mary Cass Spencer, M.Sc. Imocene Stone. A.M. Jacob Ambrose Storck, M.I ' h., M.D. Robert Alexander Strong, M.D. Mary Clayton Sumner, A.B. Dacny Sunne, Ph.D. George James Taquino, M.D. Aucuste J. Tete, B.E. Susan Dinsmore Tew, 1 ' h.D. James M. Thurincer. M.D. Oscar Joseph Trappey. D.D.S. Lota Lee Troy Charles Joseph Turck, A.M., LL.B. George Hampden Upton, M.D. Roy McUan Van Wart, A.B., M.D. David Frederick Waide, M.D. Lewis Farrington Wakeman Charles Arthur Wallbillich, M.D. Frederick Walrath Alice Weddell Joseph Deutsch Weis, M.D. Frederick Wespy, Ph.D. Melvin Johnson White. Ph.D. Roy White. D.D.S. Beneijah Gibson Wilbert. M.D. Charles Samuel Williamson. Jr., M.S. Armand L. Willoz Theodore Wilson. D.D.S. J. E. Winston, Ph.D. Virginia Reese Withers, A.B. Louis Gally Wocan, M.D. Frederick Jacob Wolke. D.D.S. James Townsend Wolfe. M.D. Annie Miriam Wood Wallace Wood. Jr., D.D.S. Ellsworth Woodward William Woodward Edward Lionel Joseph Zander ® . Oj[r seventeen THE JAMBALA YA H Z D u. uj J uJ ct: CQ S o u ul Z UJ I Pdgf ci ' g ilcen THE JAMBALA YA The Newcomb Relief Unit HEN, during ihe spring of 1918, occasional alumnae and sludenls w s ' ied aloud ihat Newcomb might be represented in war work in some definite and individual way, those who heard ihcm echoed ihc wish, li;tle dreaming that the w nter of 1919 would find a unit organized and financed by the College, a:li ely at wo:k in I aly and in Frantc. And those of us who worked to send thai unit abroad somelin:cs wonder if we arc not still dreaming. To Dr. DinWiddic, the President of ihe University, goes the credit for first sU3ges:ing that oar ague wishes might actually be realized. It was in June that he took up the mailer wilh :h; Alumnae Presi- dent, Miss Anna Many. Members of the Alumnae were consjlted, and waxed enthusiastic at once. And the Red Cross gladly accepted the offer of a sf If-linanced unit of some ten ir.enbes to do recon- struction work in devastated France. In July the first meeting was held, team captains were ap- pointed, and work was actively begun. At the end of August it was possib ' e to repo.-t that cash and pledges were enough to justify our belief that ihc unit was an accCTpllihed fart. Th?re were few very large contributions, either from the Alumnae themselves, or from outsiders; but the response was over- whelmingly cordial and overwhelmingly generous, and we can say that the Newcomb Unit is really a Newcomb Unit, suppoitcd, not by a few people, but by the great body of Alumnae and students of the College. Applications for ser ' .ice, as might be expe -ted. poured in, and the taik of s:lectio.i was a difficult one. In reaching a decision as to the constitution of the Unit, many thingi were con-idered: good health and enduiance, a definite training in things likely to be of service, a knowledge of Freneh, and — though it was ne-.er the first consideration — the amount of money the applicant could herself supply Originally ten members were selected circumstances later compelled one or ;wo wi hdiawals and suh- •lilulions, and the list now stands: Caroline Richaidson, ' 95, director; Anna Many, 07, business manager; Edna Danziger, ' 07; Celeste Eshleman, 06; Mary Palfrey, ' 09; Edih Dupre, ' 00; Marion Monroe, ' 10, and Nettie Barnwell, ' 09. The Unit members began iheir training at once, and they learned evcrythinj, f.o.n first aid to auto- mechanirs; from agricultural theories to cooking. They were vaccinated and inoculated. They read and talked Fiench. And they piovided themselves with all ihinvs that kindly fr cnls sug ' jstcd as nec- cssaiy for one about to go overseas. Then came the armistice, and a few days after the armistice came the annoan:ement from tie Red Cross that it could send no more units for service abroad. The Newcomb Unit forthwith made appli- cation to the Y. M. C. A. authorities, and was accepted at once, and on I ' le night of December 15, they left for New ' I ' ork. There, so their stoiies go, they worked from seven in the morning until all hours of the night, filling in gaps in their cduca ' ion, as it were, and, between tim-s. doin;? canteen wok to get their hand) in. And they passed more physical examination i. On the ei ghth of January they sailed aboard the Carmania, wi h a motor ccrps un t, and uni ' s fiom Welleiley and Bryn Mawr. Mrs. Ccoige R. Vincent, of Chicago, was the head of the four units, and Newcomb is more than proud that Anna Many was business manager and Misi Caroline Richardson was one of the heads of the parly. It lends arsuranee to what one of the Unit wroe, t ' lat Newcomb has never been to advertised in its life. As yet we ha e only the larest oullinrs of what happened after th.il. W kno v t ' lal the stay in England was biief, that Paris wai reached Ue in January, and that the Unit was al once split up and put to work. Edith f)upre and Anna Many are in Rome; Celese Eshleman and Maiion Monroe arc in St, Nazaire; Mollie Palfrey, Nettie Barnwell and l-.dna Danziger are doinj c -ilrcn wmk in Bresl; and Caroline Richardson is on special duty in Paris. And because these things are so, we of Newcomb frrl llwil wr are doing ai a bodv. our share in bringing peace and sanity back to a war-loin woild, and we nie ginteful to those of us who had the vision and the courage to dream the dream that all of us have been given the opportunity to realize. I ' ligc itimUcn THE JAMBALA YA H onor Roll Wallace F. Abacie ex- 1 91 9 Louis Lee Abbot 1917 Glenwood B. Achom ex- 1 91 6 Dr James M. Acker, Jr 1910 Francis H. Adams 1916 Dr. George B. Adams 1910 Dr. James M. Adams 1909 Lionel Adams ex- 191 7 Dr. David Adicer 1913 Dr. W. FloLcoMBE Aiken 1915 Wm. L. Alexander ex-1920 Dr. Katz Allen T . . ex- 191 7 Dr. Lucius B. Allen 1912 Dr. Victor K. Allen 1915 Dr. Ernest E. Alleceyer 1917 Philip C. Altman 1916 Dr. Allen M. Ames 1912 Rudolph J. Anderson 1906 Edward E. Archibald ex- 1909 Charles R. Armstrong 1908 Albert E. Arnoult 1909 F. Clyde Arnoult 1913 Mrs. Edwin Arny 1913 William L. Atkins E. C. Atkinson 1915 Dr. Richard B. Austin, Jr 1910 Dr. Thomas C. Austin 1909 Dr. Julian T. Bailey 1909 Kenneth M. Bailey 1921 Claude M. Baker 1918 Dr. Wilter J. Baker 1915 Dr. Wilmer Baker 1916 Dr. Joseph F. Baldwin 1915 R. Edwin Bali 1919 Dr. Hewitt L. Balloire 1900 Emmett F. Bankston 1907 A. M. Barbe 1900 L. Barber 1918 Dr. William E. Barber, Jr 1917 Herman L. Barnett 1916 Mss Nettie C. Barnwell 1909 Miss Edith Barrett 1920 Dr. Chas. W. Barrier. Jr 1917 Errol C. Barron 1918 Dr. Wm. M. Barron 1914 A. Jackson Bartlett 1918 Dr. Chas. C. Bass 1899 Henry H. Bate 1917 Dr. Theodore T. Batson 1915 Dr. James Ernest Baylis 1918 Hugh A. Bayne 1894 Lansing D. Beach 1913 Dr. James W. Beard 1914 Dr. Robert B. Beard 1913 Herbert U. Becklev 1920 Dr. George S. Bel . . . . . . . .1893 Miss Adele Belden 1920 Dr. Webster W. Belden 19l6 Wilton O. Bell 1921 Dr. Wm. L. Bendel 1916 Dr. Eirin E. Benoist 1916 Dr. Edgar J. Berancer 1916 Dr. Robert Bernhard 1913 Dr. James A. Bethea 1913 Dr. a. F. Beserly 1903 Dr. Wiley H. Billingsley 1912 George W. Billeifes 1916 Dr. Thomas B. Bird 1914 Henry O. Bisset 1911 David Blackshear 1904 Dr Rupert Blakely 1911 Dr. Frank T. Blow 1908 Milton H. Blum 1910 Dr. J. Mahne Bodenheimer 1906 Dr. Nicholas C. Boethal 1901 George W. Booth. Jr 1914 Francis X. BosTic 1919 Dr. Hugh P. Boswell 1912 Harold W. Bott 1919 Miss May Boutcher Posey R. Bowers 1916 Dr. E. R. Bornie 1916 Dr. Hugh Boyd 1839 Dr. Solomon R. Boykin 1916 Dr. Muir Bradburn 1912 Dr. John W. Brandon, Jr 1913 Dr. Sidney F. Brand 1914 Dr. Isidor Braun 1910 Edward W. Bres 1913 Dr. Malcom I. Brewer I9i6 Page i}vcnl)f THE JAMBALAYA Dr. Lucius V. Brock 1911 Dr. C. p. Brown 1912 Dr. F. Temple Brown 1909 Dr. George L. Brown 1907 Malcolm M. Brown ex-1919 Dr. Marion Brown 191 1 Percv E. Brown 1911 William E. Brown 1919 Dr. Henry Silas Browne 1914 Dr. Paul Z. Browne 1915 Logan Bruns 191-1 A. Gordon Buchanan 1923 Dr. Chas. C. Buchanan 1909 Dr. Wiley R. Bufuncton 1899 Dr. Henry B. Burdeshaw 1916 Dr. Clarence A. Burcheim 1915 Dr. Norman A. Bushey 1912 Dr. James W. Butts 1915 John Callan. Jr 1912 Dr. Enoch Caloway 1916 Dr. William O. Calloway 1914 Alvin a. Callender 191 I Dr. Jack T. Cappel 1915 Powell B. Cappel 1920 Hart N. Carcoza 1920 Dr. William A. Carnes Prof. I Ienry B. Carre 1895 K. T. Carter 1915 Dr. Philip J. Carter 1912 Charles E. Gate 1906 Dr. J. F. Cazayoux 1907 Joseph E. Cazeneure 1917 Black CiiArFE. Jr 1912 Jos. B. CiiAiiE. JR 1910 David J. Cmaiiil 1909 Dr. Chas. T. Chamberlain 1902 Henry E. Chambers. Jr 1910 Dr. Charley H. Chapman 1909 Dr. Pierre N. Charbonet 1916 George M. Chenney 1915 Dr. Prank Chetta 1915 Dr. A. P. Clark 1914 Dr. S. M. D. Clark I9U0 Dr. Wallace H. Clark 1912 George . ' . Ci arke 1910 Dr. Howard Ciarke 1905 Dr. Thomas G. Cleveland 1911 Nat. T. Cluverins IS95 Henry N. Coats 1921 llERBiRr C. Cole .... 1905 J. Clifton Cole 1909 Bertram R. Coleman 1914 Rlston S. Cole 1909 Ben S. Coleman 1920 E. Hunter Coleman 191! W. Prague Coleman 1897 M. M. Collins 1907 F. J. Combe 1889 Amable a. Comeaux 1913 J. Adolph Commagere 1913 James W. Conley I9C8 Evan S. Connell 1913 Edmund M. Conneley 1908 Edwin O. Cook 1902 Le Verrier Cooley 1912 Maud Cooley 1917 Albert S. Cooper 1909 Robert A. Corbin 1914 M. J. B. Couret 1896 George J. Cousin 1917 Sumpter P. Cousin 1917 T. Byron Cracroft 1907 French H. Cracdock 1912 Edgar D. Craft 1905 Sylvester D. Craig I9U3 George A. Cronan 1914 Dr. Edgar W. Daly 1903 S. Vincent D ' Amiso 1917 Dr. James A. Danna ... 1901 Mlss Edna G. Danziger . 1907 Dr. Seisel B. Darracotl 1915 John Dart 191 t Hebert E. Darton 1917 Dr. 1 Ienry Daspit 1907 Dr. J. Ricney D ' Aunoy 1913 Dr. Henry J. Dauterive 1910 Dr. N. T. Davif 1909 Alien T. Davies 1912 Dr. John E. Davies 1889 Dr. Edward Day 1911 P. A. Dayvies 1919 Dr. J. T. De Bella 1918 Dr. J. George Demp.sey 1899 T. Bayne Denegre 1918 I- ' rancis O. Denny 1915 Walter E. Denny 1916 Dr. George J. de Reyna. Jr 1917 Dr. John R. De eilinc 1912 Charles B. Dick.i 1917 Dh John F. Dicks IR-JO ' uiff la-r i y " ' i THE JAMBALA YA Dr. George B. Dickson 1911 Arthur A. Diettel 1910 Wm. a. Dixon 1896 Dr. Walter B. Dobeon 1904 Dr. Howard P. Doles 1912 Dr. J. Glenn Donald 1911 Dr. Pressly Y. Donald 1915 Marcel J. Drevfous 1918 Albert M. Dreyfous 1911 Henry L. Dreyfous 1907 Chas. E. Dunbar. Jr 1915 Dr. Chas. G. Ducas 1916 Dr. John S. Dunn 1908 Dr. J. F. Dunshie 1896 Miss Edith G. Dupre 1900 Dr. Wallace J. Durel 1897 Joseph G. Duvineaud. Jr 1916 Wm. D. Dwyer 1921 J. R. Dykes 1921 Dr. H. G. F. Edwards 1911 Eugene N. Ehrhart 1918 Dr. Wm. R. Edison 1917 Dr. Clarence C. Elebash 1909 Dr. John P. Elliott, Jr 189-t Carey J. Ellis, Jr 1912 Edwin F. Emmer 1916 Louis F. Ernst ' 910 Dr. T. W. Evans 1914 Dr. John S. Ewing ' 904 Dr. Edward B. Faget 1914 Dr. Guy H. Faget 1914 Dudley B. Faithorn 1917 Charles C. Farell 1917 L. Barkduel Faulk ' 912 Clifford Favrot 1919 Horace C. Feagin ' 910 Sidney L. Fiebleman 1914 Robt. F. Fennell 1911 E. D. Fenner 1892 Frederick L. Fenne I9i7 Robert R. Ferguson 1917 Julius R. Fernandez 1913 John B. Ferran, Jr 1916 Everett S. Fick 1916 Alexander Ficklen 1911 R. W. Field 1900 Edwin J. Fisher 1914 Robt. B. Fisher 1911 RuFus H. Fisher 1909 Harston B. Fite 1914 Richard C. Fitzgerald 1920 B. T. Flashpoller 1919 Lionel G. Fleming 1915 Patrick H. Fleming 1911 Winfred N. Floyd 1917 Arthur M. Foley 1903 Mannie a. Fort 1903 Eugene L. Fortier 1908 Louis J. Fortier 1913 LuciEN A . Fortier 1912 Albert E. Fossier 1902 R. H. Foster 1908 James I. Fountain 1893 Wirt Dee Fowler 1909 W. B. Fox 1920 Henry L. Franklin 1917 Eugene A. Frechet 1902 Edward A. Free 1917 Frecerich B. Freeland 1914 Otto Leon Freeman 1918 Harry G. Fridge 1904 George P. Frierson 1917 S. Evander Frierson 1907 Homer G. Fritchie 1917 Valentine H. Fuchs 1917 Louis Fuerstenberg 1915 Francis L. Furman ' 891 . M. Gaze 1917 Paul G. Gamble 1 509 Donald S. Gannon 1908 Henry L. Gardiner ........ 1916 Marcellus C. Garner 1915 Broox C. Garrett 1913 Joseph W. Garrett 1915 Marvel G rsaud . 1903 Tracey T. Gately 1917 Joseph S. Gatlin 1912 Raymond Gauci:e 1912 John Gazze, Jr ' ' ' l Jacob C. Geicer l ' " 2 Maurice J. Gelpi 1911 Louis J. Genela ' 900 Gregory P. Gentling 1923 Garrett L. George 1916 GusTAVE R. Gerson 1915 William J. Gibbens, Jr 1917 Doctor D. Gill 1911 Charles E. Gillis Addley H. Gladden, Jr 1915 John S. Glass 1917 Page twenty -tlvo THE JAMBALA YA Edmund B. Gi.enny . . Abraham H. Goldberg Louis S. Goldstein Harold J. Gendoef RosNER F,. Graham James I. Graves Denver F. Gray . Charles C. Green Justin J. Green Thomas R. Greet Bernard H. Grehan C. J. Gremillion . Walter M. Gurley J. BiRNEY Guthrie Joseph M. Gwinn. Jr Samuel Haas. Jr. Allen S. Hackett Callender F. Hadden Luther E. Hall. Jr. Charles E. Hamilton William 1 I. I Iami ey George R. I Iammltt William S. Hammond Edmund C. f Iandcock Lucius L. I Unaly Eugene D. I Iardin . Charles J. I Iardy . Dr. Robert R. I Iarper William W. I Iarper Arthur W. Harris . Herrmann H. Harris George B. I Iarrison. Jr John W. I Iarrison Mac Mili ar I Iarrison Mrs. Joseph I Iaspel Walter C. I Iara . . Walter C. Mara . . Eugene C. I Iawkius William McL. Hays Joseph E. 1 Ieard Manning W. 1 U.ard James G. 1 Ieller W. C. IIearin . . Aynaud F. I Iedert . Louis A. I Iebert . . Charles W. I Ieitzman Ben R. 1 Ienincer . Adolpii D. I Ienriques Cecil N. IJENRiquf s Mil 1 rn C " I Ienry 1915 Lawrence Hickey 1920 1915 Budd H. Higden 1913 1903 David I. Hirsch |90S 1913 George M. Hodgdon 19|7 1914 Arthur F. Hoce 190? 1906 James W. Hopkins 1913 1912 Ralph Hopkins 1899 1910 Eugene M. Hernot I9I4 1912 Norman A. Hotard 1914 1907 Joseph M. Hountha 1910 1915 Charles G. House 1916 1897 F.wing T. Howard 1897 1912 I RANKLIN A. Howell 1917 1900 Howard J. Hubf.rier 1920 1917 Edward j. 1 Iuhner 1899 1915 Solon R. Humphries 1910 1903 Ralph W. Humphr:es 1915 1905 Randell Hunt |889 1918 A. T. Hunter 1898 1913 David Hyman 1914 John W. A. Insincer I9|9 1918 Leon Irwin. Jr 1920 1916 I ' .mmett L. Irwin 1917 1917 William K. Irwin 1921 1915 Joseph P. Israel 1916 1917 Albert A. Jackson 1912 1919 A. C. Jackson 1916 1914 Charles L. Jacob 1912 1891 Mrs. Ernest L. Jhancke 1903 1915 W. A. Dewitt James. Jr 1913 1910 S. C. Jamison 1912 1918 Miss Celeste Janvier 1904 1899 George Janvier 1903 191 1 Ioster Jarreli 1914 1909 I Iarry Jenkins 1903 1919 losEPii W. JocHiM 1917 1916 Alexander Jobson 1915 1917 .Allen Johnson 1916 1916 Be.njamin F. Johnson 1903 1914 A. Allen Johnson 1917 1918 S. N, John.son 1912 Go.sta N. Johnson 1888 1910 Alexander C. Jones 1919 1916 Clare.sce L. Jones 1918 1915 Cleaves A. Jones 1917 1899 George M. Jones 1916 1916 Hamilton V. Jones . 1394 1906 Ha.ston V. Jones 1909 I ' Hi John P. Jones. Jh 1917 I ' KW Will O. Jones I9H Pilfic lwettl j-lhrcc THE JAMBALA YA _=_ W. Walter Jones 1918 Charles E. Joubert 1907 Calvin A. Joyner 1920 Martin J. Kahao. Jr 1916 Alfred M. Kahn 1912 Archibald C. Kappel 1913 G. Allard Kaufman 1917 Harold L. Kearney 1915 Errel Edward Kelly 1918 Mrs. John S. Kendall 1899 Mallory Kenedy 1903 Charles M. Kent 1915 Edwin F. Keplincer, Jr 1919 William S. Kerlin 1913 John E. Kern 1921 William J. Kernachan 1908 Harold Kernan ... 1918 William F. Kernan 1912 Samuel P. Kerne 1913 Lawrence E. Kerwin 1917 Karl F. Kesmodel 1916 John A. Keyton 1916 Victor K. Kiam 1917 Pressley A. KiBBE 1912 Oliver B. Kiel 1914 Joseph L. Killeen . . 1916 George C. Kilpatrick 1903 Edward L. King 1911 Kenneth W. Kinney 1916 Thomas J. Kirwin . . 1916 E. a. Kleinpeter 1903 Charles W. Knight 1913 Richard Koch 1910 Urban B. Koen 1920 Harry L. Koemig 1902 Leon L. Koli.man 1918 RoscoE C. Kory 1910 Willie F. Krone 1916 John T. Krumpelmann 1916 Louis Z. Kushner 1916 Leon L. Labath. Jr 1905 Paul G. La Croix 1913 Walter P. Lambeth 1913 Adrian Landry 1897 Paul Tilton Landry 1913 Morton P. Lane 1914 Jean M. Lapeyre. Jr 1917 W. Martin Lathrop 1915 Jesse W. Lea 1891 W. Martin Lathrop 1920 Thos. Latiolais 1915 John B. Lea 1914 William W. Leake 1914 Karl Leadbetter 1920 Lucian a. Ledeux 1917 McLean J. Le Deoux 1921 Henry Lee 1913 Rene j. Le Gardeur. Jr 1911 Harold G. Leceai 1921 Armeant Legendre 1921 Folwell Legendre 1921 James H. Legendre 1914 Marion A. Legendre 1918 John B. LeGwin 1911 Robert M. Le:ch 1912 Isaac Lemann .... 1900 Jacob Lemann 1906 David G. Lemkowitz 1907 Selim B. Lemle 1916 William E. Lester 1911 George B. Le Sueur 1904 Frank M. Lett 1909 Edward J. Levi ... 1916 Henry Levi 191 1 Abe L. Levi 1907 Samuel Levine 1911 Golden Leigh Levy . . 1913 Lewis FL Levy 1913 Louis Levy 19C8 Neville Levy 1913 Oscar L Levy 1916 Alfred L. Lewis 1916 Charles William Lewis 1918 J. Hampden Lewis 1905 J. Frank Lieberman 1913 John G. Lilly 1899 Ezra A. Lines 1897 Mozart A. Lischkoff 1910 George F. Littlepage . 1909 James L. Locascio 1916 Henry C. Lochte 1914 Andrew M. Lockett. Jr 1918 Louis V. L. Lopez 1915 C. Alberio Lorio 1918 Lionel F. Lorio ... 1912 Rex E. Lothrop 1920 Chandler S. Luzenberg 1920 Clyde Lynch 1903 Leon E. Lyon 1894 William H. Lyon 1899 Randolph Lyons 1907 Samuel B. Lyons 1917 ' og: tlvcnl))-foiiT THE JAMBALA YA EccAR F. McCall 1916 Julius W. McCall 1 91 5 John L. McCollouch . 1921 S. Logan McConnell 1917 Frank H. McConnie 1897 William P. McCrossin 1916 E. Davis McCutcheon 1918 SciiAUMBERC McChee 19 05 Forres M. McGraw 1917 Armand G. Mel Ienry 1913 Thomas J. McHuch 1914 Paul A. McIlhenny 1900 Stucky F. McIntosh 1919 William P. McKay 1916 James W. McKee, Jr 1916 John McKowen 1912 John G. McLaurin 1914 M. J. McLean 1916 Mrs Isabel W. McLellan 1891 Kenneth McLeod 1918 Norman A. McLeod 1896 Richard L. McNerr 1895 William T. McNeese 1908 John C. McSween. Jr 1917 Charles McVea 1893 Charles A. McWilliams 1913 Perle Mackie 1911 James T. Maddox Urban Maes 1900 Ambrose Macinnis 1910 A. LccAN Macruder 1916 Levin F. Macruder 1905 Thomas V. Macruder 1910 Peter P. Mailhes 1916 Roger J. Maihles 1916 Erie L. Major 1916 Ralph II. Mame 1917 (James J. Manson. Jr . 1919 Anna K. Many 1913 Albert J. Marion. Jr 1916 SuMTtR I). Marks, Jr 1916 I.IK 1 1. Martin 1906 TiioMA.s W. Martin 1916 Robert N. Marx 1916 Rudolph Matas 1880 Victor T. Mather 1918 Daniel F. Mathias 1915 Wii I JAM II. MArriiKWs, Jr 1907 F ' .. Stanley Matthews |9(X) A. A. Mattes ... 1915 Frank R. Maura . I89H ' ictor W. Maxwell 1915 C. W. Mayer 1903 Wm. p. Melancon I9II John W. Meivin 1911 Anthony M. Menendez 1917 Joseph C. Menendez 1917 Christopher L. Mencis 1900 J. Claude Meraux 1916 Louis A. Mereaux 1904 Waldemar R. Metz 1913 Monte F. Meyer 1914 Morris D. Meyer 1910 Thos. F.mmett Meyer 1919 A. C. B. Meynieu 1916 Wm. G. Milholland 1916 Edward T. Miller 1909 Robt. F. Miller 1893 Victor II. Miller 1913, Robt. II. Milling 1919 Wear F. Milling 1915 Wm. F. Miltenberger 1917 Leopold Mitchell 1916 Porter Mixon 1918 Miss Marion Monrce 1918 Maxwell Moody 1913 I luGii r. Moore 1910 Wm. B. Monroe 1916 John R. Morgan 1917 Edgar T. Morris 1918 Pendleton S. Morris. Jr 1908 Stanley S. Morris 1915 James J. Morse 1920 A. Michael F. Morvant . 1909 F.DMOND Moss 1899 Francis Mottram 1914 T. a. Mottram 1914 Albert R. Monstier 1919 I ' rank D. Mower 1907 C. P. MUNDAY 18% Robt. K. Munn. Jr 1915 Clarence S. Murphy 1914 Daniel J. Murphy 1915 Fmile F. Naef 1916 Miss Mathilda Nairne 1918 E. Leroy Napier 1906 Mayer A. Newhauser 1910 Sterling M. Newton 1915 Roy R. Niblach 1914 Tiio. ' . C. Niciiclls ... I ' ' 15 IIfnry T. Nicoiie .... 1908 jAMt.H T. Nix. Jr 1910 I ' agc iKinl five Mrs. R. Nixon 1899 Harry M. Nolan 1916 ROBT. W. NOLTE 1912 Alexander F. Norman 1917 Philip N. Nott, Jr 1920 Leon W. No ' werski 1917 John A. O ' Brien 1917 F. J. O ' Connor 1909 ■W. LowRiE O ' Donnell 1914 John T. O ' Ferrall. Jr 1908 ■Vv ' m. J. O ' Hara 1915 John A. O ' Keefe 1911 J. P. O ' Kelley 1893 Cornelius W. O ' Leary 1920 James H. O ' Reiley 1914 ■Wm. T. O ' Reilly 1915 Edmond S. Ocden 1904 Frank S. Oser 1912 Allison Owen 1890 Whyte C. Owen 1880 W. M, Owen 1917 Joseph H. Pace 1909 Campbell Palfrey 1916 Miss Mary H. Palfrey 1909 Ba5com H. Palmer 1914 Frederick D. P irkham 1914 F. " W. Parham 1879 James H. Park, Jr 1916 Edward C. Parker 1899 Farrar B. Parker 1916 Thos. a. Parker 1918 Stirling Parkerson 1910 Wm. Parkerson 1920 Mercer C. Parrott 1917 Wm. T. Patton 1918 Frank T. Payne 1905 RoBT. L. Payne 1911 Clifford A. Peacock 1910 Roger E. Pelletier 1904 Wm. E. Penick 1915 Jose A. Perez 1917 B. Perkins, Jr 1916 RuFFiN T. Perkins 1906 W. M. Perkins 1893 Arthur J. Perrault 1910 Joseph M. Perret 1914 T. L. Perrier 1913 Miss Hilda Phelps 1514 Albert J. Philips 1910 Lewis Philips 1912 THE JAMBALA YA Maurice J. Picheloup 1915 S. P. Pierce 1913 Wallis F. Pitard 1919 Joe L. Pitkin 1898 RoBT. J. Platt 1914 James N. Poche 1917 Lamar Polk 19l6 Irwin Pope, Jr 1918 RoBT. R. Porterfield 1917 C. Loyd Posey 1912 AuDiEY M. Post 1900 Oliver L. Pothier 1839 John G. Pratt 1916 Edward B. Preis 1898 Ross E. Pridgen 1910 A. A. Provosty 1919 Le Doux R. Provosty 1918 M. B. Provosty 1912 Walton P. Prudhomme 1906 RoBT. B. Pryor 1905 Wm. W. Pugh, Jr 1906 Percy L. Querens 1914 Edward P. Quinins 1908 RoBT. Y. RoBB 1923 Thomas Ragan 1891 H. H. Railey 1917 Geo. a. Ramsey 1917 Paul K. Rand 1913 Clarence C. Randall 1910 RoBT. L. Randolph 1884 Vivien P. Randolph 1914 Richard B. Rankin 1917 Howard P. Rankin 1910 Miss Mary C. Raymond 1917 Thos. H. Raymond 1916 James W. Reilley 1920 Walter H. Reilley 1902 George Wm. Rembert 1903 Roland F. Rexach 1917 Miss Caroline F. Richardson .... 1895 Louis J. Richardson 1921 L. J. Robin 1914 Bennie T. Robinson 1906 Mrs. Robt. G. Robinson 1909 Wirt A. Rogers 1917 George F. Roeling 1903 Frank A. Rogers 190 " ) Herbert P. Rooney 1920 Sidney G. Ross 1915 Wm. F. Rosenblum 1916 Page Iwclily iix THE J AM BALA YA W. R. Philips 1912 Thos. E. Philips I ' JIj Jacob S. Rosenthal 1 9 1 i Jonas W. Rosenthal 1917 Solomon Rosenthal 191 J 1. B. RowcEN 190) KiRBY A. Roy 1915 Walter A. Royals 1917 T. R. Rudolph 1902 Miss Gethyn B. Rycan 19KS Charles E. L. Rupp 19N Peter J. Rupp 190S Benjamin C. Rush 1916 Mrs. Elizabeth Russell Ansley . . . 1907 T. I. St. Martin 1911 Raymond II. Saal 1917 Jarred Y. Sani ers. Jr 191 t Joseph II. Sanford 1908 John G. Saunders 1913 Eugene Davis Saunders 1918 Charles 11. Savage 1917 Egbert J. Savage 1917 Peter II. Scardine 1917 Ray Schaefer 1918 H. B. Schaumbukg, Jr 1916 Max M. Schaumberg 1916 John D. Schmidt, Jr 1920 S. S. Schachet 1914 Henry B. Schwartz 1917 Harry B. Scofifi d 190S Miss Natalie V. Scott 191t Warren p. Scott 1912 Herman B. Sefdold 1902 Wm. II. Seeman 1900 Joseph O. Secura 1910 SoLis Seifertii 191 ' ) Newton W. SENrn.i 1914 Victor H. Sevier 1921 James A. Siiackelfcrd 1912 John Shahan 1915 Warren C. Shanki e 1916 Covington II. Sharp 1 ' ! ' Richard 1 1. Sharp 1914 Roger P. Sharp 1919 Frank R. Shaw 1911 Frank H. Shaw 1910 DoLLiE O. Sherman 1911 Rai pii r. SiiinwooD 191 1 Wm. J. SiirRwooii 1917 Guy E. Sie.is 19. ' I John Sicnorelli 1912 Daniel N. Silverman 1917 John D. Simmons, Jr 1915 Henry T. Simmons 1915 Edward C. Simonton 1913 Arthur B. Sikpeon 1913 Harry V. S:ms 1915 Rex Sincletary 1912 John M. Singleton, Jr 1917 1 dward j. Skinner 1911 j. A. Slack 1905 Julius Slovenke 1918 Alwyn Smith 1912 Benecict C. Smith 1919 Victor G. Smith 1899 John Smyth 1900 Prank D. Smyihe 18)1 Pdkond Souchon 1921 E. Earl Sparling 1920 Joseph W. Spearing 1914 Lewis C. Spencer 1 907 P. R. Spii.i.er 1919 I ' rank E. Sprague. Jr 1914 Jack S. Stell 1917 Clifford II. Stern 1915 Edgar B. Stern 1906 Charles S. Stewart 1915 I Ienry N. Stii.piien 1901 I. P.. Stockton 1911 L. Emii.e Stouse 1917 Wm. R. Strange 1907 Alvin W. Strauss 1912 Robt. a. Strong 1907 I ' rank A. Stubbs. Jr 1895 Thos. P. Stuckey 1920 Archibald M. Suthon 1915 I ' .. P. Taibot 1918 Pah T. Tauiot 1908 Smiiii C. Tanner 1911 George James Taquino 191! Wm. R. Terhune. Jr 1915 C has, a. Thicpen 1888 Hart D. Tilford 1911 Bert Tillery 1911 Wm. Cecil Tisdale 1918 James Mulhcrrin Todd I9IH John L. Toi.er 1916 Thos. M Toi er 190? Joseph J. Torre 1918 Ashton D. Toups I9i5 I ' ligc Bn ' iljijcvcn D. H. Trepagnier 1903 John L. Trice 1915 I. M. Tucker 1913 James A. Tucker 1904 Ralph B. Tudwry 191-4 Frank A. Turner 1918 Chas. J. Turck 1911 Samuel S. Underwood 1917 George H. Upton 1907 Nugent B. V,irin, Jr 1915 Seymour Vanos 1913 Harold D. Van Scha;ck 1913 Donald M. Van Wart 1915 Stephen Valker 1920 Wm Von Phul. Jr 1918 Reynold C. Voss 1916 Thomas A. Wakeman 1916 James C. Walker 1913 John M. Walker 1913 Charley K. Wall 1913 T. S. Walmsley 1912 J. F. Ward 1909 Arthur C. Waters 1916 Miles A. Watkins 1909 Thomas H. Watkins 1895 David A. Warriner 1917 A. Adair Watters 1920 Douglas A. Watters 1917 Elliot R. Weeks 1918 J. N. Weil Rudolph J. Wernmann 1916 Leon C. Weiss 1903 O. A. Weiss 1911 Erich Wellington 1917 WiNFRED S. Wellington 1920 Frank E. Werkheiser 1923 EwiNC Werlein 1913 Philip P. Werlein 191-t P. E. Werlein 1914 Mrs. E. D. West 1894 Wm. a. West. Jr 1916 G. R. Westerfeldt, Jr 1904 THE JAMBALAYA George F. Wharton, Jr 1916 M. B. Wheeler 1920 J. Perry White 1908 R. E. White 1915 R. F. White 1910 Roy White 1916 Thos. White 1910 Grover G. Whitley 1916 David W. Weidmann 1917 Robert Wexand 1919 J. FI. Wiener 1917 James A. Wilkinson 1902 L. J. Williams 1904 Mrs. p. Nixon Williams 1903 R. Lloyd Williams 1898 Wilson Williams, Jr 1917 W. Orin. Williams 1912 E. H. Williamson 1909 J. C. WiLLiAS, Jr 1916 Leonard W. Willis 1914 John W. Wilson 1909 M. H. Wilson 1911 Vennard Wilson 1917 Robert Windham 1916 B. J. Wise, Jr 1916 Mlss Bertha Wolbrette 1909 I Ienri Wolbrette 1913 M. IL Wolf 1917 Alan L. Wolff 1917 Justin V. Wolff 1918 B. D. Wood 1911 E. E. Wood 1908 Nelson S. Wooddy 1912 George S. Woods 1911 Carl E. Woodward 1917 J. I. Woodward 1908 F. F. Worthington 1902 George W. Wright 1916 Charles J. Wyler 1917 A. J. Wyler, Jr 1909 Dr. William H. Wynn 1916 Edward R. Yancey 1910 l- ' agc Inicnly-eighl m THE CLASSES THE JAMBALA YA BRANDT V. B. DIXON. A.M. 110 PRESIDENT OK NEWCOMB COLLEGE I ' oilf ihilll .lit THE JAMBALA YA Newcomb Senior Class History S ' i ' S© T the end of of the Senior year it is natural to look back and to try to see what ycu have done for the college in your four years, and then to take a sad farewell. We will tr.ke our farewell first and then recount our accomplishments. We are not very sad at leaving New Newcomb, for we are not leaving behind any memories of favorite spots or cherished customs. Some of us who love water may miss the pond, that is, the campus. A few who like animals may, in the future, sigh for the numerous iron dogs, who haunt the campus and seek food in the various wcstebaskets. As it appears, the cafeteria is the only spot we may regret, not Thomp- son ' s or Child ' s can ever take its place. But there is no shady place, no chapel steps, no Arcade to make us wish to come back to New Newcomb. Everything seems so public. The little galleries in front of the dormitory are entirely open to view. If you sit on the one nearest Dixon Hall you are disturbed by noises and talk; if you sit on the one nearest Broadway all the p;ople in the street cars have a good time leaning out the windows and staring. The bench outside the Psychology room has possibilities, and I suppose in time it will be moved away because we might disturb the lectures. Our chapel — say no more. We may not have accomplished much in athletics, due to the fact that a number of cur good plcyers have gotten married off. But athletics don ' t live on after a class has gone. Our May Day will; at least we think so, for it surely was well done. Also we won the Freshman-Sophomore debate both years, and with our class, Greek, as an elective, came to life after a year or two ' s burial. Also we have been an undivided class, no factions, all working together for the college. We won ' t spill any high-flown sentiments about ourselves, but we have been fair and square to the college. We may not feel sorry at leaving New Newcomb, but we are sorry to leave what it stands for. It will be just like us human people to come back here, some tim in the future, to look at the green terraces, the walks shaded by the oaks we planted on the first Arbor Day Nwcomb ever had, and to say, " A beautiful place; makes the old one look shabby, doesn ' t it? " ' iigi llir. (); ir. AWAUA UAUAUAUAUAL AU ' AUAUAUAUAUAUAUAUAUA t Newcomb Senior Class Maude Venable Arrington TRENTON. KV. Arl8 and Science; Alpha Delia Pi; Y. W. C. A. (3. 4); N. A. A. (3, 4); Glee Club (4); French Circle (4): Debaling Club (4). Briilianc and fun in Maiulc combine To mai c a College girl iublimc. Ready for xi orl( atul ready for play All lliru College kite ' s been thai leay. Catherine Bailey JACKSON. MISS. Academic; Phi Mu. To solve ll.is puzzle Our brains djc racl , She ' s a perfect lady, And yel Ihey call her " Jaclt. ' Catherine Stuart Ayres KNOXVILLE, TENN. Aril and Sciences; B.A. Newcomb; Chi Omega; Radical; N. A. A. (I, 2. 3, 4); Y. W. C. A, (I, 2, 3.4); Dramatic Club (2. 3); CIa»i Preiidenl (2); Secretary Student Coun- cil (3); Class Field Day Captain (3); Man- ager Class Basketball (4); President Student Council (4). Eunice Bate NEW ORLEANS. LA. Art; Kappa Alpha Theta ; N. A. A. (I. 2. 3. 4); Glee Club (4); Y. V. C. A. (4); Class Tennis (I. 2); Sophomore Art Repre- srntalie; President o( Art School (4); Stu- tlrnl Council (4); Executive Committee (4) 5 u ' has opinions of her oa n fVhlch she mill freely slate. And you have to be most cunning To culail Eunice Hate. • ' SBsi SSSti ' wiimfJS? ' WmtJli ' iK ' ' ■ " .(•ai af ' af ' fe- JA- ' iyAUAUiUAUAUAyAUAUALJAUAUAUAVA ' 4J N ewcom b S enior CI ass Margaret Beathe GREENVILLE, S. C. Art; Alpha Delta Pi; Art Editor Arcade (4); Sub-ed.tor (3). Margaret is an arlisl Who all true beauty seel s, But the loveliest of colors Is reflected in her cheel s. Hilda Blank. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Art. have never seen the laily, So she has herself to thanlj;. That the meaning of this stanza Is most ohviously Blanfi;. Ida Lise Black NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arts and Science; Pi Beta Phi; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Debating Club (3. 4); Class Basketball (3); Sub-varsily Basketball (3); Varsity Baseball; Dramatic Club (3, 4); Class President (1); Class Treasurer (3); Secretary Student Body (3); Vice-President Student Body (4); President N. A. A. (4); Captain Class Basketball (3. 4) ; Radical. The Seniors point to " Dlacl " ivith pride She ' s an all around sport they acl(noivledge. From her Freshman year she ' s been acclaimed One of the most popular girls in college. Ruth M. Bostick NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arts and Science; Phi Mu ; N. A. A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Debating Club (3. 4); Latin Club (I); Chairman of May Day. IVhenever you see Ruth n tlh a man You l(noXD she ' s Viilh her Harry: Her College courses wilt help her lots In training him after they marry. kl- Ji. J U JJyUA.ULUlUkUJt A N ewcoin b s enioi ' CI ass Gladys S. Brown MOBILE. AI-A. Music: Alpha Elpsilon Phi; Debating Club; Dramatic Club; Lalin Club (I); Glee Club (2. 3, 4); Vice-Prcsidcnl Glee Club (4); N. A. A. Rctl hair, broTvn eyes, Prcll ) at a picture; Ccniui in iV usic, f jj?c. shartf as mc , C ac vj ii 5urel}f a mixture. March ERiTA J. Cotonio NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arls and Science; N. A. A. (I, 3. 4); Glee Club (4) ; Debating Club (2. 3. 4) ; Summci ' Commillce (I. 2. 3); Debating Council (4); Executive Committee (4) ; Class Secretary (3) ; President Debating Club (4) ; Junior Orator; Mystic Circle. Deimosthcncs, A acau uji. Durl(c, None of them are in it; When Marghcrita enlcrt a Jcbate We ' re right iure she ' ll rvin it. Fannye Cohn NEW 0RLEAN5, LA. Alpha F.p.il.m Ph.; N. A. A. (I. 2. 3. 4); Latin Club (I); Debatmg Club (2, 3.); Dra- matic Club (5); Cjlee Club (4); junior Ten- nis Tram; Class Cheer Leader (4); College Cheer Leader (4); Assistant b.ditress T ulane Weekly (3). SuhscrTse for the Wcc( ji. louJt)) she crlei, Write for the Wcel(l in anguish she tighs. As Tulane Wecl(l t editor she ought to gei a prize. MiLDRF.D CURRAN NEW ORLEANS, LA. ■Alls and Sciences; I ' l (I); Debating Club; Club; Dramatic Club Club. I Mu; Tulane Weekly Music School; Lalin Y. W. C. A.; Glee ' mma =ns; dh- ' K LfU N ewcom b S enior CI ass Charlotte Amy Dietze NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arls and Science; Kappa Alpha Theta ; . W. C. A.; Glee Club; Ba;kelball (1, 2. 3). j4ni j 5urt lj pla}) in uc . She is so very tall. Thai she can reach ihc oal-post And Ihcn piil in ihc hall Berenice Dreyfous NEW ORLEANS, LA. Academic; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Kappa Beta Alpha; Class Baskelball (I, 2, 3, 4); De " baling Club (I, 2, 3. 4); Dramatic Club (3, 4); N. A. A, (I, 2, 3, 4); Class Cheer Leader (1,2, 3). IVhen her Senior year is over, To Columbia she Hfill go ; She says she ' s going to sluJy French But that ' s not alt n e }(noiv. Caroline Helen Dreyfous NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arts and Science; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Mys- tic Circle; N. A. A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Dramatic Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Class Basketball (1, 2, 3. 4); Dramatic Club (3); Debating Club (1.2). Caroline is politic. She has a conscience, too. And hurt a person ' s feelings Is the last thing she Jvould Jo. Dorothy Katherine Drumm GRETNA, LA. Arts and Science; Kappa Kappa; Y. W. C. A. (1. 2); Latin Club (1. 2. 3. 4); N. A. A.; Dramatic Club; Debating Club. ijou want to raise a rumpus Just try to mal(e things hum. Try separating Thetma From her shadoTV, Doris Drumm. ' iJi " " " • " ■ W:w ' 7f ' M A- AWAWAUAUAyAUiyAUAUAL AUA A AVA ' A ' AUAUAUAU N ewcom b Se nior CI ass Leonora B. Du al HOUMA. LA. Education: Kappa Kappa Gamma: N. A. A. (I. 2. 3. 4); Y. V. C. A. (2, 3. 4): Dormi- tory President (4) ; tLxccutive Committee (4) ; Dormitory Student Council (4). She, lo tcl f Scnora, ts a jumper of renovn. She mill brejt( all sorts of records When she sheds her cap and goan. RuTii Drew Fllham NEW ORLEANS, LA. Education: Y. W. C. A. (1. 2, 3, 4); N. A. A. (I. 2. 3, 4); Glee Club (4); Mystic Circle. . Of all the Ncn comh Seniors There ' s none nicer than Ruth, Tho she is so quiet. She ' s a good sport, forsooth. Elizabeth Fischer NEW ORLEANS, LA. Alls and Science: Lalin Club (I, 2, 3. 4): Student Body Treasurer (3): Class Secretary (4); Arcade Sub-editor (3): Editor-in-Chief (4) IV e could not do uithoul her Since Neacomb has begun. She has made the " Arcade " flourish iVhen " Arcade " there ujus none. Helene Oehmiciien Fredericks NEW ORLEANS, LA. Education : Graduate School (1917). of Newcomb Art Helen is verj studious. She finished once, and then She calmly started over To graduate again. Kil UkJiOkUkUlUkUKUkUKUALjJS H ewcom b s. enior CI ass Dolly Gill NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arts and Science; N. A. A, ; Y .W. C. A. Lalin Club; Glee Club; Mystic Circle. Dolly is a gcnilc soul, Qui e shy ami full of fear; IV c oiily l(noJit she ' s ntilh us When she loflly whispers " Here. " Agnes Marsh Guthrie NATCHEZ, MISS. Educalion ; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); N. A. A. (2, 3. 4); Drama:ic Club (3, 4); Basketball (3); Dormitory Stu- dent Council. Full of giggle, full of fun, Agnes never Jvorries. She comes in late to English class. For Agnes never hurries. Helen Grevemberg NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arts and Science; Alpha Omicron Pi; French Circle (I, 2, 3, 4); Lalin Club (1, 2); N. A. A. (I, 2, 3. 4); Arcade Assis!anl Business Manager (3) ; Business Manager (4) ; Mystic Circle. Dorothy Hagen COVINGTON, L. . Art. Dorothy ' s an artist She Jraiifs both nighi and Jay, And if she l ceps on draiving She n iU drato herself aivay. ' Tff- rm N ewcom b S enior CI ass Naomi Hardee EUPORA, MISS. Arts and Science. It ' s awful hard lo XDritc a r iymc For a girl you ' ve fnon»n such a short tint? Bui in this year it has c car p been seen She ' s a rvclcomc ailJilion lo nineteen ntneteen. Adaline J. Katz NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arts and Sciences; Debating Club; French Circle; Dramatic Club; N. A. A.; Scribblers Club; Class Historian (2, 3. 4); Class Poet (2, 3, 4); Summer Commillee (I); Treasurer Dramatic Club (3); President (4); Tree Committee (4); Assembly Commillee Chair- man; Class Pl,iy Committee; Alpha Epsilon Phi. Sallie Belle Hartfield JACKSON, MISS. Arts and Science; Phi Mu; N. A. A. (4); Y. W. C. A. (4). Debating Club (4). Sally has hci-n among us Only this last yetir. Still nic ' i ' i ' hihl lime to finil nut That Sally is a dear. Lillian Louise Kessler NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Phi; N. A, A. (1. 2. 3. 4); Basketball (1. 2. 3. 4); Glee Club (I, 2. 3. 4). Lillian is a social bail And Lillian goes to College, But hnn she does them both at once h quite beyond my noi»lcdge. ' AyAUAUlUAUAUAUAUAUAl AUlUAyAyAUAUAUAUAL g N. ewcom b S enior CI ass Anna Frotscher Koch NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arls and Science; Y. W. C A.; N. A. A.; Glee Club; Debating Club; Dramatic Club; Class Secretary (1); Treasurer Debating Club (2); President Y. W. C. A. (3); Stu- dent Council (3); Secretary Y. W. C. A. (4); Class Basketball (I, 2); Summer Com- mittee (1. 2, 3); Chairman Summer Commit- tee (3); Manager Varsity Basketball (3); Executive Committee (3); Field Day (1. 2); Mystic Circle. When Anna runs Y. W. She has more than she can Jo, Y. W . has most gone smash Since its manager has " flu. " Helen Mackenzie THIBODAUX, LA. Education; Pi Beta Phi; Radical; N. A. A. (1. 2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (3. 4); J. U. C. (I, 2, 3, 4). Tho jou may not see Helen, you ' ll l(non llhil she ' s near IVhen that melodious giggle you hear. In class or on the campus, at any time of night or day. If you hear the sound of giggling Helen can t be far aivay. Georgjean Lund NEW ORLEANS, LA. Ar:s and Science; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2. 3. 4); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Basketball Manager (1); Field Day Captain (1); Student Coun- cil (3, 4); Mystic Circle. Tvish I had a conscience Lil(e Ceorgjean has got. To tell me all that I should do. And all that I should not. Evangeline Magruder NEW ORLEANS, LA. Art; Kappa Alpha Theta; Radical; Mystic Circle; Basketball (I, 2, 3, 4); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Mandolin-Guilar Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (4); Y. W. C. A. (I, 2, 3. 4); Art Representative (I); Student Council (3, 4); Class President (3); Student Body President (4); Executive Committee (3. 4); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (4). This is not the forest primeval. The campus of trees is quite hare. Still Neivcomh ' s a theme worth a poet, For Evangeline is there. in u vv vv n,, ' ii „ I 1,1 . :tx ■.■ . - tli I UA ' JAUAUAUAUlUAyAUAUALJAWAUAyAUAUAUAUAUAUAUAt N ewcom b S enior CI ass Katherine L. McFetridge NEW ORLEANS. LA. Arts and Science; Phi Mu; N. A. A. (1. 2. 3. 4): Y. W. C. A. (I. 2. 3, 4); Lalln Club (1. 2); Debating Club (4): Class Baskelball (I, 2. 3, 4); Class Sccre ary (2): Tulane Weekly (I. 2. 3); Businers Manager Jam- kalaya (4). Katharine has a iister And her sister has a rep. But Kalherinc can equal it For she is full of pep. Margaret Inglis McLeod NEW ORLEANS, LA. Music: Kappa Kappa Gamma; Y. W. C. A. (I. 2, 3. 4); N. A. A. (1. 2, 3. 4); Glee Club (I. 2. 3. 4); Mandolin-Guilar Club (2. 3); Field Day (2. 3); Sludcnl Council (4): r:.xeculi e Commillee (4); Class Musician. Suhtimcl}; from the blacl( and Df ii j ke};s of the piano Rises the divine mclod)f, " Oui, Oul, Marie, " Margaret is pla fing. Anna McLellan NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arls and Science; Alpha Omicron Pi; N. A. A. (2. 3. 4); Y. W. C. A. (I. 2); French Circle (I. 2, 3. 4); Dramatic Club (I, 2, 3. 4); Treasurer French Circle (3); Mystic Circle. The " late Miss McLellan " Docs not mean tluii Anna ' s dead — She ' s usually behind time Hut here she is ahead. (This hasn ' t hecn censored irt) Ruth C. Meyer NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arls and Sciences; N. A. A. (I. 2, 3, 4); W. V. C. A. (I. 2. 3. 4); Uiin Club (2. 3. 4); 13a.ketl all (2. 3. 4); Tennis (I, 2. 3. 4); Vice-President N. A. A. (4). Alliia )s laughing and lall[ing, but good in her scholarship, loo, Ruth studied a subject at Nc1s conih, and ex- celled as fenj of us do. IVhencver in class ive got ivear}), or could not the lessons recall. She couhl t»aste the lime idl ihc bell uwg, vilhoiil iirij) effort at all. i; . , ««.. 3x •,1; ,- ■■■ kh- N. ewcom b s enior CI ass Merrimac Naff BASTROP, LA. Phi Mu; Phi Phi; Radical; Y. W. C. A. (I, 2, 3, 4); N. A. A. (2, 3. 4); Dramatic Club (2); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3); J. U. G. Council (3); Treasurer J. U. G. (2). Merrimac ihoulJ labor To gain a place of fame. She has something to live up to In the glory of her name. MiNA Ester Newburger NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Phi; N. A. A. (I. 2, 3. 4); Dramatic Club (4); Class Basketball Manager (3); Student Coun- cil (4). IVe mill not mention Mina ' s size For that might hurl her feelings. But me tdHI say that she ' s all right And square in all her dealings. Calista Airey Morgan NEW ORLEANS, LA. Education; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Dra- matic Club (1); Glee Club (3, 4); Class Baske.ball (2, 3, 4); President of Glee Club (4); Ntwcomb War Service Club; Mystic Circle. Calista mas a vampire At the NeXD Year ' s Cabaret. She gazed upon the faculty And drem them all amay. Marion Odenheimer NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arts and Science; Alpha Epsilon Phi; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Class Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4). Marion doesn ' t ma e much nvise, Marion has Ids of poise, Marion fi;no ' D s all lifers joys. For Marion gets all the hoys. j j I J iU JlUJLUkUkUkUkUAl.JAl.mU.UXUAUKUK H ewcom b S- enior CI ass LuciLE O ' Kelley NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arts and Science: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Y. W. C. A. (I, 2, 3, 4); N. A. A. (2. 3. 4): Glee Club (2); Dramalic Club (3). It ' i a pleasure to noiv Luetic, She alll ilicl( iy Jiou thru ivoc or acal : She mill never Jetcrl a friertJ, Even nrhcn yhe her note boolct must lend. Alice Parkerson NEW ORLEANS, LA. Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma; N. A.: Y. W. C. A. ou are ieel(in Alice And she seems noivhcre around, V ou have but to lool( for Spagec And Alice tvill he found Julia O ' Shee ALEXANDRIA. LA. Education; Kappa Alpha Thela : Thcia Dcha Alpha; N. A. A. (I. 2, 3, 4): Home Eco- nomio Club; CUc Club. Little, fat and joU)), Alnays aith a grin, Jud drives the clouds at a} And lelt the sunshine In. Martha Parks MEMPHIS, TENN. Education; Phi Mu; Y. V. C. A. A.; Latin Club. N. A. 7 o Modern Druma Martha fioes And ever] question Martha l(noUs She criticiset all the plax s. And has most fascinating iva}is. mumM ' ' ■ ' " ' ■ ll pj iA . " ' jp:7AyAUAUAUAU UAyAUAUALJAWAyAUAyA JAUAUAUAUAUA N. ewcom b S enior CI ass Evelyn Pigott NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi; Rad- ical; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); N. A. A. (1, 2. 3, 4); Glee Club (1 2); Dra- matic Club (3, 4); Latin Club (1, 2); Class Vice-President (1); Y. W. C. A. Treasurer (2); Summer Committee (1); Mys- tic Circle. Tin] , full of laughter, Merr as a larl(. You ' d never guess that Pig§ Was a Chemistry shail(. Annie Lucile Richardson GRAND CANE, LA. Academic; Kappa Alpha Thela ; Y. W. C. A. (4); N. A. A. (4); Student Council (4); Finance Committee (4); President West Wing of Dormitory (4). Lucile is quite deceptive She Inol s so tall anil slatel);, But Tvhen she gets to Ec. class She does not hehuve sedatelx . Ruth Harvey Reboul NEW ORLEANS, LA. Education. Ruth is always busy, The boot(-store l eeps her so. And she shines in all her classes. There ' s naught she does not linoa. Margaret Roussel PATTERSON, LA. Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma; N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Mandolin and Guitar Club (3, 4); Basket- ball (3, 4); Glee Club (2, 3. 4). She is full of vim and vigor. She is gay and she is jolly. No wonder people fall for The captivating Molly ' " . I ■-.. i l ,.IV 3 N ewcom b S enior CI ass Cay Saunders NEW ORIEASS, LA. Arts and Science; PI Bela Phi; N. A. A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Treasurer (3); Baskclliall. IVcUome erring sislcr Dacl( lo class again. IVe thoughl ihal ou mere crazy. Dul noii DJC non you ' re sane. Mary Mallard Seago NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arls and Science; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Y. W. C. A. (I. 2. 3. 4); N. A. A. (I. 2, 3, 4); Mandolin-Guilar Club (2, 3. 4); Glee Club (3); Pield Day (1, 2, 3); Execu- tive Commillee (2, 4) ; Student Fund Com- mittee (2); Marine Biological Scholarship (I. 3) ; Student Body Treasurer (2) ; Class ' icc- President (3); Student Council (I. 2. 4); Class President (4). Merry the live-long Juji. Allraclive in every may. Right in all she may say. You l(noi», ihal ' s Mary! Alma Schuler NEW ORLEANS. LA. Music; Kappa Alpha Theta: Mystic Circle; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; Mandolm and Guitar Club; N. A. A. 5 ic dravts her violin fcoa». Ami other Beaux as nrcll. Oh, there ' s many a handsome suitor Has come under Alma ' s spell. Frances Sexton HAZELHURST, MtSS. Music; Chi Omega; Radical; Phi Phi; ' I ' . W. C. A.; University Chorus; Glee Club; N. A. A. In the world She ' ll mal(c her marl(. For she sings JusI lil(e a larl[. N. ewcom b S enior CI ass Cora Isabel Shields NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arts and Science; Kappa Kappa; Dramali.- Club; N. A. A.; Detallng Club; Y. W. C. A.; Lalin Club (I, 2, 3. 4); Vice-Presldenl of Lalin Club (4). Thru four long ears at NciDcomb I have l(noTi)n Cora tvlU, ' Troould luifc a whale page of this bool( Her virluci all to tell. Thelma Gladys Voss BOGALUSA, LA. Arls and Science; Y. W. C. A. (I. 2, 4); Lalin Club (I, 2, 3, 4); N. A. A.; Dra- matic Club (4); Debating Club. Thelma doesn ' t Jo so much, But rehat she Joes is fine. She is a shrinl(ing violet. For fame she Joes not pine. Caroline Louise Slack ALEXANDRIA, LA. Arts and Science; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4): Dra- matic Club (3, 4); N. A. A. (4); Glee Club (4); Dormitory Council; Alpha Omicron Pi (pledge) ; Mystic Circle. Caroline is tall anJ sltm, Inlo cvcrjii iing she goes n ilh vim. Over an Ec. lesson she can sl(im. With a rapiJil} thai ii 7 mal(e ijour heaJ sn im. Ivy Elliott Waldo NEW ORLEANS, LA. Arls and Science; Kappa Alpha Thela ; De- bating Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Debating Council (2, 3. 4); N. A. A. (3, 4); Glee Club (4), Secretary Debating Council (2. 3); Assisla.nt Editress of Jambalaya (3) ; Jambalaya Edi- tress (4) ; Executive Committee (4). She Jocsn ' t }vant to lahor, Suffrage she eschervs, Iv]) is too laz A profession e ' er to choose yAyAUAUiUAUAyAyAUAUAL AWAa AUAUAUAUA.UAUAl.;Atv Newcomb Senior Class Sareste Lucile Wallace WOODVILLE. MISS. Educalion; Chi Omega; N. A. A. (1. 2, 3. 4). Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (2. 3. 4); Y. W. C. A, (I. 4); Class Treas- urer (I); Secretary Dramatic Club (3). " Such " is a chalter-hoXt She tatl(s the live-long da)f, IVc can onl ) ji( and nonJcr IVhcre she fmjs so much to say. Mary Mercer Warriner NEW ORLEANS, LA. Art; Kappa Alpha Thela; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; N. A. A.; Junior Art Chairman: Art Sub-cdilor Jambalaya (3); Art Editor Jambalaya (4). Mary aas so modest We i(ncv not she mas there. But Mary sprang into prominence By cutting off her hair. JUANITA WaLLIS HOUMA, LA. Aril and Science; Latin Club (I, 2. 3. 4). Juanita is the ;ind of girl You love to have around. She helps everybody. And she never mal[es a sound. Mildred Weeks NEW IBERIA. LA. Academic ; Lalin Club (I. 2, 3, 4); Dra- matic Club (3. 4); N. A. A. (3. 4); Glee Club (I. 2. 3. 4); Y. W. C. A. (4); GIre Club Secretary (3). Her bromn eyes Imin le When you tell her a o c. Her constant complaint ii, " Oh, I ' m sn hrolft, " M ' " ' - ' " ' |vj i " " ' %gf ' „An% .-tJ ... ' .glJJ,. ' l ' .X I 1 ... ■ ■ ■ -■■— ... .- .-. - - ■ , .... - ,ru,..- 1 ,., ■ " ' ■ IHlHI I llll I I— mil " - " ■■! 1 1 I N ewcom b s enior CI ass Helen C. Wharton NEW ORLEANS, LA. Art; Kappa Alpha Thela; Glee Club (A): Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3. 4); N. A. A. (I. 2, 3. 4); Mystic Circle. Helen shinci in French clan, Helen shines in Arl, Here al dear old NeJucomb Helen ' s ivon each heart. Louise Fontaine Withers GREENSBORO, ALA. Arl5 and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi; Vice ' President Dramatic Club; Latin Club Presi- dent; French Circle, Louise is really talented. She finished College in three ))ears, She ' s verj; brillianl, loo, That ' s more than Tvc could do Katherine Wilson MORNING SUN, IOWA Household Economy; Y. W. C. A. (2. 3, 4); N. A. A. (4); Vice-President Y. W. C. A. (3); President Y. W. C. A. (4); Class Vice-President (4); Student Council (4); Finance Committee (4) ; East Wing Presi- dent (4) ; Mystic Circle. Dignified and posing. President of the Dorm. Kals t(eeps the homesiclf Freshmen And other girh from harm. THE JAMBALA YA unior CI ass oem " When Earlh ' s last picture is painted, And the lubes are twisted and dried. ' When the last class has gone out fiom Newcomb, And all that is mortal has died, When the Lord calls a council of Spirits. The Souls thai have made life worth while. Will ihe Soul of Ncwcomb ' s Class 1 wcnly see Glory — Know Gods smile? In the heavenly couiU hi wuh glory. Hung with rainbows, and paved with the stars. Where the hearts of fair flowers blossom. Where God lives, and no evil mars. W ' llI ihc Soul of the Class Nineteen Twenty Of I I. Sophie Newcomb arise, A Spirit resplendent wilh virtue. In whom every peifecl act lies? Who knows? Who but lime can reveal il? Bui as I prayed last nigSl There came the Newcomb Spirit, W ' rapl in robes of light. I asked her ihese questions. She answered — 1 can hear her swccl voice still — " If God rewards faith, love and service. Purr purpose, high ideals — she will. " Luda Reynolds. ■ n(rr fctl j nine THE JAMBALA YA Page fifl THE JAMBALAYA TO Newcomb Junior Class Roll Officers Elizabeth Gregory • . . . . PraiJcnl Fannie Vera Scherck yicc-PraiJcni Esther Kent • • . Sccrelarv Kathleen Cook Treasurer LuDA Elizabeth Reynolds Pod Members CoNsuELo Dorothy Abaunza Ntw Orleans. La. Alpha DcMa Pi: Ails and Sck-ncps; N. A. A. (1. 2. 31; Lalln CIrb II. L ' l. Imocene Barrett New Orlrans, La. A :Hl.niir; Y. W. C. , . (II; Dramatic flub (2. 3); N. A. A. -•. 31. Dorothy Becnel Ntw Orleans. La. N. . . . . I I. 1 ' , 31 ; Ai-ls and .Sciences. Freda BouRDETTE New Orleans. La. . |■t. ami Sciences. Marion Brown New Orleans. La. Ac.iilemir; N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Dramalic Cliili; Olee Club; Kappa .Mplia Theta; Thcla IJeltii Alpha; .S. O. S. Edna Fannie Burkenroad New Orleans. La. Atadtmlc; N. A. A. (I. 2. 31; Dramatic Plub (1, 2. 3); S. O. S. (2. 3); Class Basket- ball (I. 21; Varsity naskelball (2); Class Tennis (21; Captain Basketball (31; Class Treasurer |2I: Alpha Kpsllon Phi. BetHIA Caffery New Orleans. La. IMucalioii; N. A. A. ll. 2. 3l; Y. V. C. . . (I. 2. 31; Dramatic Club (1, 2. 3i; Class ■I ' reasurer (II; PI Beta I ' hl ; Radical. LuLA Mae Campbell MorRan Cily. La. II. . UK. h.. Ill Kconomy; N. A. A. (3); Y. W. C. A. (31; J. V. G. (I. 21; Alpha D-lla PI CORINNC Chalaron New Orleans. La. An; Alpha Omlcrim PI. Julia Chopin Dercy. La. Art. Marie Colcord AiUnia. Ca. fl lal; Y. V. C. A ; Uraniatic Club; N. A A.; PI Bitn Pbl; Phi Phi Kathleen Cook Grand C»ne. La. llnusihiil.l Kiimomy; N. A. A.; Y. V. C. A.; (ilee Club; Treasurer iif Class; Phi Mu. Irma L. de Milt Blloxl. Mi«i. A. II. I. mil ; V. W. C. A. Francis Louise Diboll New Orleans. La. .Munir; .Miinil i|lli-(iultar Club (2. 3l; (ilee Club (31; Y. W. C. A. (I, 2, 3i Dorothy Douglas New Orleans. La. Aiailini;.-; KelmtInK Club; Clee Club; N. A. A.; Phi Mu. Martina Hamilton Ellis Amiir. La. Kiluiallon; l.ntln club (I. 21; N. A. A. (1, 2), V. W. C. A. (U: l.iilln Club Tl-easurer 121. Olive Ermine Ellsworth Mitixnl-. Mm. Music. Page ftflMone THE JAMBALA YA Martha Elizabeth Fenner New Orleans, La. Education; N. A. A.; V. W. C. A.; Fieiicli Cluli; Unimalu- Club; Dobatinf I ' lub; Sec- retary French Circle; Pi Beta IMii. Yvonne Fernandez New Orleans, La. KiUunlmii: Fiemh Circle 13); N. . . A. i3l; Y. W. C. . . Ill; Dramatic Club (i ' l. Sallie Gillespie Fort Worth, Texas . rl: N " . . - A. 131; Stucli ' nl Ciiuncil I :i I ; . rl Ucpii-s- lUaliVL ' (2): PI Beta Phi. Marjorie Goodwin Locust Ridge, La. Education. Dorothy Graner New Orleans, La. Kiluial inn ; Dramatic club; Kappa Kappa Camnia. Elizabeth Gregory New Orleans, La. A ailcmi ; X. . . A. (1. 2. 3); Y. V. C. A. 12, 31; Dramatic Club II, 2. 31; Glee Club II. 3); Class Basketball II. 2); Varsity Basltetball II, 21; Summer Committee (1, 2): Executive Committee 131; Student Council 12, 3i; Class President (31; Class Repre- sentative to Student Council (2); Captain Class Basketball C2); S. O. .S. Jeanne Gueydan Gueydan, La. Education; Glee Club (1, 2, 3); French Circle 1 1, 2. 3); N. A. . . ID; Dramatic Club (1); Junior Representative; Newcomb War Service Committee. Emily Harrison Birmingham, Ala. lOdijeation; Che Club; Y. W. C. A.; S. O. S. ; Tri-asurcr Student Body; DoriTiil " t Council; Kappa Alpha Theta. Dorothy Alice Hay New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences; Y. W. C. . .; X. . . A.; Dramatic Club; Clee Club; Mandolin- Guitar Club; Treasurer Dramjitir Club; Kappa Alldia Theta; Radical; Ttieta Delta Alpha; S. O. S. Ruth Ordway Kastler New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences; .S. O. S. ; Debatini Club; Dramatic Club; Y. W. C. A.; N. A. A.; Varsity Basketball; V ' arsity Baseball; Field Day Winner; Glee Club; Student Body Secretary; Member Student ( ouncil; President Sophomore Class; Basketball Captain II); . lpha Omicron Pi. Laura Buckner Kearny New Orleans, La. Arts and Science; N. A. A.; Y. V. c. . .; Pi Beta Phi. E.STHER Kent Kenlwood, La. Aeadeiiiie; Mandol in-C.ui ta r Club; Gle,- Club 111; Y. W. C. A. 12, 31; Dramatic Club II. 2, 31; X. .. . A. 12, 31; Class Secretary 13); ManaRer Luainatie r ' lub (2); Maruigiui : Editor Arcade (2, 31; Pi Beta Phi; Uadical; S. O. S. Christine Kerlin Homer, La. F.diieali.oi; Y. W. C. A.; N. A. A.; Glee Club; .Mandolin-Guitar Club; J. U. C; French Circle, rbi Phi; . lpba Delta Pi. Muriel Klinc New Ibena, La. Music; Alpha Epsilon Plii. ViDA Lenoir McComb, Miss. Home Economies; X. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Kappa Alpha Theta; Theta Delta Alpha. Irma Levi New Orleans, La. Academic; N. A. A.; Dramatic Club; Alpha Epsilon Phi. Lillian Levy New Orleans, La. Home Economics. Bertha Lendenfield Lexington. Tcnn. . its and Sciences Katherine H. LuzenbeRC New Orleans, La. . cademle; S. O. S. ; Secretary Dramatic Club; X. . . A.; Class Basketball; Varsity Basketball; Mterary Eflitor Arcade; Kapl ' a Kaiipa C.anima. Page fifl )-tao rm ' ,r.- THE JAMBALA YA Isabel McCown Lyman New Orleans. La. Arls and Sciences: N. A. A.; Y. NV. C. A.; Cite Club: Dramatic Club; S. u. S. ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Tess Barbara Mayer New Orleans, La. . i iKitinfi , . " . . . .; Unimatie Club; Dobatlng Club; Vice-President Diamalic club; Aljilia Epiibin rbi. Margaret N. McConnell New Orleans. L.i. Arts and Sciences; Debating Club; Trench Circle; Arcade Sub-editor; Pi Beta Phi. Margaret Humphrey McLemore NatcSez. Mis;. Arts and . ' i I. mcs; Y. W. C. A. 13); N. A. A. (3); J. V. G.; French Circle (3l. Fay Morgan Knoxville, Tenn. Kducatlon: Y. W. C. A.; Dramatic club; N. A. A.; Varsit.v Tennis; S. O. .«: : Varsity Baseball; Dormitory Captain r2}; Alpha Cmicron PI. Viola Neilson New Orleans. La. ICduiatinn. Marion North .... I ake Charles. La. .Arts and Sciences; .Mandolin-Guit.ir Club (1. 2. 3 ; Chi Omega. Edith ParkhousE New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. Lois K. PaTTON New Orleans. La. Education; Y. W. C. A. Ceorcie Mae Perkins NoriSiwood. La. Edueallon; V. W. C. A, C); N. A. A. (1. 3. 3); Glee Club (31; Phi Mu. Ophelia Perkins Rtdfish, La. .Music; Arcade Board (2. 3); .M| ha Omicrrin Pi. Olca Peters ' New Orleans, La. Art. Nan Conner Ranuolph ..... ' Bayou Goula. La. Eilucatlou; Y. V. C. A.; N. A. A.; Dchalins club; Phi XIu; lUidlcal. LuDA Reynolds Arcadia, La. Arts and Sciences; N. A. A. (1. 3, 3l: V. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3); Gl.e Club ll. 2. 31; l.atln iMub (I. 2, 3); .1. V. (!. (1. 2. 3(; Miindolln Guitar Club t2); Trench ( li-.lc; cla ' H Pnel 12, 31; .lanibalayu Sub-Edltiir (3l; Phi .Mu; Phi I ' hl. Bert Elise Richard New Orleans. La. Edu.utlon; . , A. . ; Y. V. C, A.; Alldia Delta II. Leila MarueTTE RiciITOR New Orleans. La. . ils and . ' (■ifiH-cH, Marion Rock Lake Charles, La. Arls and Sibnccs; N. A. A. I 1. 2. 3): Mnnilollo-l lolim Cl l ■■ :M w c a 1 J. Si; Hask.tball .Manngci- (2); Chi Onu ' Rii. Jessie Bryce Roane New Orleans. L». Alpha Omicron Pt ; Art, Fannie Vera Scherck New Orleans, La. Arm alirl s.l.nees; ,V. A. A.; Drnmnlle Cluh; DelmtlnR Club; Baiikelbnll: French Clnl. . S. (1. M Varsity T.iinls; Class VIee-Presldi ' nl ; Alplin lOpsllon Phi. Irma Sarah Scooler New Orleans. La. Edii.iiil..n; .V A. A. i I. 2. 3); Ilnskcl ball (I. 21; Alpha ICpsllon Phi. Dorothy Wilson Seaco New Orleans, L«. Arts nnd Sclcnres; N. A. A. (1. 2, 3); Mundolln-Guliar Club 1 1, 2. .11; V. W. c A. I. 2. 31 : Fhlil Day ll. 21: Mludenl Council ill: Asslatani llusiiiess .ManuKcr .Sieaib- (31; Hecretnry . tudp|ll Council (3); Knppa Kappa (iHniina. I ' age fi(l i-lhree THE JAMBALA YA Dana Sexton Hazlchursi, Miss. .Musi -; rniviTsit.v rhoi ' us (1. : ' . :! t ; MaiHlnliu-Guitar Cluh (2. :: ; Chi Onuf a; Phi I ' lii Daisy Bell Smith Franklin. La. Eiiiiciiliiin; Y. W. C. A.; Glee Club I :: I ; Jlandolin-duitar Clnl) U ' resiaent 31; Exieu- Uve Couunitlee (31; Clii OmoKa; Rarlk ' al. Matilda Stillwell Selma. La. HousehnI,! Einniuny; X. A, A. (31; V. W. c, A. ( .T I ; .1. C. C. (1. 2); Sceirt.uy N. A. A. (3); . l|)lia Delia Pi: Railiial. Sallie Sucarman ... New Orleans, La. . its ami Scienees: Alplia Ei . ilun Phi, Catherine Supple Bayou Goula. La. KiUicatiim. Bernice Marie Thrall Lake Charles, La. All; V. V. c A. il, ■•. ,31; X. A. A. (1, 1 ' . 31; ,1. C. C. il. ' J i ; Alpha IlcU.v Pi. Irma Unruh . . Mobile, Ala. Education; N. A. A. (1. ;;, 3I; Uranialie Club (3 ' ; Fieiich Circle (3); Glee Cluh (31; Kappa Alpha Theta; Thela DcUa Alpha. Martha Bruce Vairin New Orleans, La. Education: X. A. A.; Dramatic Cluh; V. W. C. A.; Pi Beta Phi. Marie Van Horn New Orleans, La. . rts and Sciences; Phi Mu. M. OcTAviE Wallace Cinclarc, La. llou. ehMlil Kennfuii.v; N. A. A,; Fnnch ciKle; Alplia Delia Pi. Florence H. Ware New Orleans, La. . rts and Science; iMandidin-Guilar Cluh. Helen Watson Biloxi, Miss. Kilueation; X. A. A. (1. 2. 31: Y. W. C. A. (1, 2. 3); Glee Cluh (1, 2. 3 ; Pi Beta Phi, LuLA Wetzel Momoe, La. . i ts anri Science. Isabel Wile Shreveport, La. Home Economics. Virginia Wilkins " , , Jennings. La, Educational; Y. V. C. A. E. Genevieve Wilson New Orleans. La. Arl- ' i and Science; I.alin Cluh il. 21; X. A, A. (1, L ' , 3); Y, W, C. A. (1, 2, 31; Phi .Mu. Blanche LeSassier Young Waterproof, La. Education: V. W. c, A. (3); Olee Club (31; X. A. A. (2, 3). Adelaide Zoeller New Orleans. La. . r(s aiirl Sfience; MalliUdin-Giiitar Club (2). Willie Zuber Auburn, Ala. , its and Science. Page fifl -foui THE JAMBALA YA Sophomoie Class Poem So we have triumphed through the year, The Sophomores of 21. Through budding spring and winter drear, They ' ve known our power, everyone. The Sophomores of 21 Have fanned these halls with merriment, And they have worn the ohve green. And we have triumphed; we have won. And you remember in those days. You Sophomores of 21 Stern were our courses; stern the ways, And we have triumphed, everyone. The Sophomores of 21 Have tuned old Newcomb for applause, . ' Xnd they all conquered, still must praise, nd we ha-.e triumphed; we have won. -K. F. M. I ' ligr lill ) fivr THE JAMBALA YA Page fill )-six THE JAMBALA YA Newcomb Sophomore Class Roll Officers Katixrine French Maher Praidcnl Marcia Snell Vicc-PresiJenl Kathleen Roberts Treasurer Ursula C. Cooper Historian Members Eleanor Adamson Hammond. La. Ar.-ul. ' mlc; N. A. A.; V. V. C. A.: Latin Clulj; nianiatic Club; nebaling Club: French f ' lrflc. Melen AdleR Nrw Orleans, La. K.hi.atlon: Manilnlln-Gultai- Club (2); Alplia EpKilori I ' bi: .V. A. A. (1, 21; Itask.lball c 1 I : " hrij- I.cailor (1 ). LouLs Elizabeth Andrews New Orleans. La. IMii ali..n; N. A. A. (2); Debating Club (i ' l; Dramatic Club; Glee Club. Dorothy Terrell Baird Columbus. Miss. . ca ltlllle. LuciLE Taylor Baumcartner New Orleans. La. X. A. A. : 1, 2i; I.alin Cliili (1, 2»; Glee Club (I. 2). Emily Margaret Bein New Orleans. La. . i-I: K.-i| i a Kappa Gamma. Freda Bourdette New Orleans. La. Aea ' Ii rule. Jackson Camille Boukcecis Baton Roygc. La. . it: I ' hl .Mil l ' le.li;e; .N . A. il. 2l; Y. W. C A. (1. 21. Audrina Effie Grace Bradford New Orleans. La. .M lisle. loNE Brady New Orleans, La. Aiiiilemlc; Kappa Kappa Oarnma; N. A. . . (1. 21; V. W. C. A. (1, 2); r.acin I ' lub 1. 2); nnskelhall (1. 2); .Seeretaiy N. A. A. LuriA I.ECK Brian New Orleans. La. Aeaib mil ' . Annis Lorraine Brock Tallapoosa, Ga. Kilneallnn; Y. W. I ' . A.; Glee club; Fn neb Clrele; Iliamatle Cluli; N A A.; llnHkelliall. Mildred Brown New Orleans. La. I-Miiealton. Harriet Mathews Butler Si. Francisvllle. In. I ' Mueiillon; ri Iteia I ' lil; gneKtIon .Mark; Itiulleal; N. A. A. (1, 21; V. V. i ' A i L ' i . IMiimiilK I ' lub II, 2): CIllMii naHlcetbnll. Georcie Fabre Burke New Orleans, La. MilHle. Bertha Charbonnet . . New Orleans. La. I ' Mueatlon: French Circle; N. A. A.; liinmaile cinb (1. 2i; lieliniInK club; tllee Club (1. 21. Mabel ChaUVIN New Orleans, Ln. .Mt» anil . ' feleneen; Treneh Clrele (I. 2); I. aim I ' liih (1. 2); N. . A il. 2 Edna Lyi.lian Clay . " elmn. .NU l-;iluealli n. Myra Ettelson Cohen Mobile. .Mn. Aearl. mie. Rebekah Cohen Conlmmn. Mi« l-Miieallnn. Page fift i-sevrti THE JAMBALA YA Ursula C. Coo per New Orleans. La. .Alts an. I Srienoes; N. A. A. ll. l; Latin I ' liib (1. U I ; Cl.-c- I ' Uilj (1, 21; Class lii.sturian (2). Alice Irey Dameron New Orleans. La. Eilntation. Francis Daniel .... Columbus. Ga. . adfmii-; N. A. . .; Y. W. ( ' . A.; cla.ss Pr.sident 111. Gladys Davenport Haltlesburg, Miss. . rts anil .Sciences; N. A. A. (1, 2); French Circle (1. 2): Dramatic Club (1. 2). Sarah Davis New Orleans. La. . rls anil .Sciencis; N. . . A. (1. 21; Dramatic Club (1. 2); Debating Club (1. 2i; Basketball ll. 21. Virginia Davis Ansley, La. Eilucatii.n; I ' lu . lu rieili;.-; I ' lii rlii; Y. V. C. A. I I. 21; Glee Club (2); N. A. A. 1 I, 21 ; .1. 1 " . i;. 1 1. 2). Mabel Batte DePass New Orleans. La. Hduiation. Yvonne de Reyna New Orleans. La. Eiliication: N. A. .-V. ll. 2); Dramatic t lub (1. 2); French (. ' ircle (1. 2). Nellie Burbank Dodce New Orleans. La. .Vcailemie. Louise Elizabeth Faulk Monroe, La. KiliH ation. Grace Fischer New Orleans, La. Debating Club I I. 2): Debating Cmincil (21; French Circle ll. 2); French I ' la.v 111; Latin Club (1. 21; N. A. A. (1, 2); Dramatic Club ll. 21; Y. W. c. A. l1, 21; Sub-Editor " Arcade " ; Seci-etary Debating Council; Trea. uier Frenili circle. Beatrice Rhea Frey New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences; Latin Club; Frencli Circle; N. A. A. Miriam Medes Fuerst New Orleans, La. Aead.-inie. Frieda Goodman New Orleans, La. . rls and Sciences; X. A. . . ; Debating Club. Mabjorie Goodwine . . LocusI Ridge, La. Etiucatiiin. Rosa Lucille Hart Lake Charles, La. . cadi iriic. Carrie Elizabeth Hatch Buckner. La. I ' bi .Mu; I ' hi Phi; .X. A. A. I 1. 21; Y. W. C. A. (2); Varsit.v Baseball (2); .7, C. (!. 11.2 1. - - Mary Hatch Buckner. La. Education; I ' hi .Mu I ' ledm ; Y. W. C. .-V. ll, 2l; N. A. . . (1. 2). Mary Alice Herbert New Orleans, La. I ' ilucatinn; X. . . A. ll.2l; Varsit.s Ilaseball ll). Alice M. Hess New Orleans, La. Educalioii; Alpha Delta I ' l; N. A, A.; French Circle; UebathiK C;ub. CoRINNE Hopkins New Orleans, La. Education and Art; Pi Beta Phi; Hadical; CJuestion Mark; Y. W. C. A. (21; .V. . . A. (1, 2); French Circle 2); Basketball (1); Varsity Baseball 111. Olive Hutchinson Dixon. III. Education. Sarah O. Isaacs New Orleans, La. Academic; Dramatic Club 11. 2); Latin Club (1, 21; N. A. A. (1, 21; DebaliiiK Club I 1. 21; Stage Manager Lliamatic Club. Dorothy May Ivens New Orleans, La. studio . rt. Carrie Flournoy Jackson Doyline, La. Educatiiin; Y. V. C. A. (1, 21; X. A. A. (1. 2); J. U. U. P age fi lv-eighl THE JAMBALAYA __.,, Eva-Lou Joffrion Lecomplc. La. Acatl ' inic. Sadie May Joffrion Marksville. La. .Vea ' I- nilc. Christine Johnson New Orleans, La. Homo Economics; Ka| i a Alpha Theta; Question Marli; X. . . A.; Y. W. C. A.; Student Council. Mildred Pauline Johnson Boyce. La. Acatli mic. Sadie Ethel Kahn Rayne, La. Kihicalioii. Adele I. Kansas New Orleans, La. . rl: Dcliallne flub (21: French Circle ( l ' I ; N. A. A. (2 : Class Basketball (1). Julia Allie Kirkwood New Orleans, La. Kiln. :ili..Ti; V. V. C. . . (1. 2); Dramatic Club I 1. 2); N " . . . . . (I. 2 ; Glee Cluli ill. Hazel Lampert New Orleans. La. Ilrmie Kennomics; Kappa Kappa Clamnia; Question Mark; V. W. C. A.: X. . , . .: .Maixlolln-Cuitar Club: Dramatic Club: Dramatic Club Play (1 . Helen Lampert New Orleans, La. Academic; Kappa Kappa Oamnia; Question Mark; X. A. A. tl. 2t; V. W. C. A. (21; .«!taKe Manafc-er Dramatic Club (2): Basketball (U: Latin Play (II; Mandolln-Cultar CInb. Bs.RTHE Martin Lathrop New Orleans, La. Kduralion and v i ' t: KapPa Kappa Canima; Question Mai ' k: X. , . . . (1, 2); Glee Club (2); Tennis Team 111. Ruth Curry Lawler Bryan, Texas .Musi.-. Ida Levy Franklin, La. Education; X. A. .X. ll, 2i; Drainalie Club (3); DebntInK club (2i; Kiench Ciriie (2i. Lillian Levy New Orleans, La. Home Kconomlos. Marguerite Eloise Luria New Orleans, La. Mush ' . Bessie Macruder Woodville, Mlis. . .a.lemlc; X. A. A. (21; V. W. C, A. (21. Katherine French Maher New Orleans, La. . rt» and Sil.nee.i; Kreiieh Circle (I, 21; DeballnK Club (1. 21; Class President iL ' i. Star Marshall Vicksburg, Miss. . iailemlc; Cbl ( mek-a; .N. A. A.; C.lee Club; Drainulle Club; French Circle. Rllll AUCUSTE MarTYN New Orleans. La. A. ail. nil.; .N. A. A. Ill; l.alin Club (1, 2); PebalinK Club ll, 21; l.alln Pliiv iIi I ' l.ii.li circle 12 1. r.MMA II. Matthew N„,. Orleans, I.«. I ' Miieallon: X. . . A I I, 21; Krenih circle (1, 21; Glee Club (1, 2 1 Margaret Humphrey McLemore Naiche , Mus. IMllealloii; Y. V. C. A. Ill; .V. A. A. (I); .t. P. G, Evelyn Meek Kosciusko, Mi,s, .Miinle. Rosemary McIlhenny . vcrv Island, In . il. PI llela Phi. Vei.na Monroe Moody . New Clean., la I ' Miiriil |i n ; l tip|iii Alphii Tbotfi Florence Peters , Wmfield, l.«. llniiH ' Krnimnttr. ' ' Neliif. Pierpont New Orleans, La All. and Selnncen; Kii|Mm Alpbii Thelii; ItniUenI; Qiieallnn .Mark: N A ,v .1 ■■ V. W C. A. (21, r ' ' )!e fiflH-nine THE J AMBALA YA -ji Pearce C. Pool New Orleans, La. Art; Chi Omoga: Quesllini Ikuk; N. A. A. (1, 2); Dramatic Clnli ill; Gki- I ' luli CD: Student Cmiliril (1); All ICernosi-lltatiVr (1). Georciana Reany Algiers, La. .- i " iil,mic: . . A. A.; I.aliii c ' liil. (1. ;; 1 ; D.batiiiK Cltili; Uramalii- Clul.; Ti .a.iui ri- I.atln t ' luli. Lucy Webb Reynaud New Orleans, La. Eiluoation; . lplia Omliiuii I ' i; Mraiiial ir cliih; . , . . . . ; V. W. C. A.; Sub-Eillior " Arcade. " Adele Marie Rexach Bay Si. Louis, Miss. EduiatiDii and Ait; I ' lii . lu; Y. W. C. A. (21; J. r. (!.; Glee Club; .N. . . . . Kathleen Roberts Alexandria, La. . ead,-mie: li Rcta Phi; Radical; Question Hark; Y. W. ( ' . A. (1. 21; .1. f. «. ll, 21; Latin Chill ill; Clee Club (2); Class Triasurei- t2 ; Dormitory Council. Lyda Roberts New Oilcans, La. .Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; K. . . . . il. 21; Y. W. C, A. il. 2i; Latin Club (1. 2); Basketball (1. 21; (Captain Basketliall ' leam 121. Betty Rocks Lake Charles, La. - rls and Sciences; Chi Omega; Latin Club il. 21; Y. W. C. A. (1. 21; N. A. . . il. 2i; JIaiidolln-Guitar Club (1. 21; Dramatic Club (l.l. Ruth McCarroll Tenjeon New Oi leans. La. . cademie, Margaret Ker Texado Boyce, La. .Mu.sic; Glee Club .Veeuinpanist ll. 21; . . . . A. (1, 21. Clara Dee Shumake Pincvillc, La. Education. Marcia Snell Council, Ga. . il.s and Sciences; Chi (ime.Era; Radical; N. A. A.; .Mandolin. tiuitar Club; Gb e Club 121; I raiii;itic Club (21; Class Vice-President (21. Josephine Snoddy Gueydan, La. . rts and i- ' eiences; N. A. A. (1. 2); V. VV. C. A. (1, 21. IrMA SoMPAYRAC NalchllOLllcs, L.n. Avt: French Circle (2l; . rt Rub-Editor " . rcade. " Minnie Stewart Lake Charles, La. Arts and Pciencis; Chi Omesa; IVLiiidol Jn-( liiilar Club (1, 2i; Y- W. c. A. il. 21; Dramatic Club 11. 21; (ilee Club ill; .Secretary and Treasure]- JLiiidolin-Guitar Club 12 1. Mabel Marie Stouse New Oilcans, La. Education; I ' i Hi ta Phi; Radical; Question Mark; V. W. C. A. II); N. A. A. il. L ' l, liranialie Club 11. 21; French (■ircle (1. 21; Liaskelball. Flora Henry Stratton New Oi leans. La. Education; Kappa Kajjpa Gamma; Question Mark: H. ( . A.: Y. W. c. . . (1, 2i; Dramatic Club (21; N. A. A. (1, 2); Class Basketball (1, 2l; Latin Club (I I; cias. Repiesentati ' e to Debating Club (1). Ruth McCarroll Tennison Dallas, Texas Academic; Glee Club; French Circle; N. A. A. A. Doris N. VicK New Oilcans, La, . rls and Sciences; X. A. A, (1. 2); .Maiidolin-Guii.ir Club (1. 2); Gle_- Club I21; Haskeiball (1, 2); Captain Basketball T. am ili. Florence H. Ware New Orleans, La. Education. Margaret Watson Biloxi, Miss. Sludio Art. Mildred Wells New Oilcans. I-a. Education; Y. W. c. A,; Dramatic Club; N. A. A. Margaret Rathell Wilkinson Monigomery, Ala. .Academic. Page iixl THE JAMBALAYA " m -4N " The Wearin ' o ' the Green ' % URROUNDED by the delightful perfumes of fresh paint and new cement, the Class of ' 22 began its brilliant career as the first Freshman Class to enter " New Newcomb. " Our entrance into the college was unaccompanied by that form of hazing which is usually so much in use — the practice of misdirecting poor, innocent, unsuspecting, little Freshmen. Sophomores. Juniors ar.d even (speak softly!) those reverend Seniors were as bewildered as the new class. Alma Mater ' s youngest child took her " family introductions " with a spirit which will characterize her whole four years. On a certain day during the first " flu " epidemic, the dormitory Freshmen were gently urged by persuasive Sophomores to wear their dresses hind part before. 1 he younger class complied with the older ' s wishes, but its throat was in no wise affected, for it rnsvvcred the Sophomore challenges with many " peppy " yells. I he reversing of garments must have been accompanied by some like movement of the eyes, for when those fearful creatures, the Sophomores, forced lis to march backward into assembly, our course was so true that the spectators broke forth into loud applause. In our school activities we rally to our standard. We came out on top in the U. W. W. drive, and we will be ever ready to assume our proper obligation. But we are shrink- ing Molels, and would not have you think we do not pay homage for our present success where homage is due. With such a type of " big sister " as it has been each Freshman ' s luck to possess, strange ' twould be, indeed, if we acquired no fame. Oh, truly, the f ' reshmcn carry many laurels. Hiil ihe greatest and most treasured of these is the " little green cap. " Poor Sophomore.;, how could they realize what an honor they were doing us, by inaugurating in our class this new form of headgear. Dr. Dixon has immortalized " the green cap " r.nd we, as the first class to don it. share in the reflection of its glory. May Newcomb ever be proud of ' 22 — the first clas. to under- take " The Wearin ' o ' the Green. " Eli:anor Lf. Blanc. Pa c iixl -onc THE ] AMBALA YA Page sixly-livo THE JAMBALAYA r c Newcomb Freshman Class Roll Marjorie I Iay Vice-PrciiJenl GwYN MuRRELL Sccrelar ) Dorothy Oechsner Treasurer Eleanor Barron LeBlanc Poet and Historian Class Roll Evelyn Abram Berp Bullock Kilucathm. I ' Mucallon. Bessie Abram Helen Burdiee SpeclaU Education. Jean Catherine Abrams Rita Camors Alls anil Scii-iif.-; r ' r.-nr-h Circle; Debatiiit; Education. I ' lub: Dranialli- I ' luli; N. A. A. Marian Alcots ' " -■ " ' " ' ' -° ' ' Ch ' tian Alts and Sciences; CJIee Club; Arcade So- Acaelemlc. licltor; Representative Student Council. Julian Alverez Merle Clark Education. Education. Iva Bailey Mildred Clark l-Miicalli.n. HiUicallon. Dorothy Beard Frances Cochran l-Mii.atl.Mi. Academic. Juanita Bass Gorcette Code Academic; Tennis; N. A. A.; Dranialjc club; Pducatlon V. W. C. A.; Olee Club. • ' ' ., n Isabel Coe Muriel Bate Literary; French Clicle; Dranrntic t?Iul ; . cailenilc, j . Y Madelenie Bayou Annetfe Cohen Special .Music. Kducali..,, Juua Boacni 1VI; r,- Colcord ' ' • " ■ ' ■ ' ' ' ' • ' ■ ' - Education. LoRETTA Bocne Sara Coi cord Edu.allon; N. A. A.; Dramatic club; ( I )..nie»ilc Ecnonn ; Alblellc Club; Urnmalc Club; llebalInK Club. Club; V. W. C, A. Malvin Boudreaux Dorothy Covington A™ ' ' " " " ' -- A.a.i.n.lc Frances Lois Bonner Clara Belle Cromwell Domestic Art and Science. Ettucatlim. Gertrude Brainerd Ruth Cullom AiM.bnilc Siiiclal. Beulah Brown Celeste Davidson Eduiallnn. ' ' " ' Josephine Bryan ' " ' • " Catherine Fncer Attn nnd MrU ' iuM ' ; Itrhutinu lui.. Ii.-mli • ' " ' ' ' ' - rirrlp; Lntln Club. Lou BULI.ARD F.I.AINE DeCrAFFEWREID I ' Miiniilon, Aratli ' iiili ' . Po c 5ixl)f-lhrcc THE JAMBALA YA C. Macdei.ene deLaureal K.lmalion. Margaret Dickson Kduciuinii, Mary Doody Academic. Frances Dreyfuss , c;i(li-nijc-; French Cnnvcrantuinal CI;ljs; T.atin I ' luli; Glco Ch li. I Ielen Dymond Ijitfiary, N. A. A.: Dramatic I ' lulj; ;!■ ' Club. Mae East EducatiDn; N. A. A.; Dranialic I ' luli: Y. W. C. A.; CKc ( " lull. Edith Ellsworth Jliisic; C;l.c Club Adair I!. Ewinc An: N. A. A. Olga ! ernandez Kilucat inn. Helen Flanagan Academic. Estelle Flaspoller Educnliun; X. A. A.: Diamalic Club; Y. W. C. A.; nice Club Katie Foster Alt. Ellen Frankenbush Kducatiun; Ltebating Society; N. A. A,; Y. V. c A. LouisE Frederic Kducalicn, Anette Freedman .Mu. ic Special. Joe May W. Fulham , rts and Science; Fiencll Cii-cle; Y. . c. A,: N. A. A. Helen Gibbs .MUKic Julia Goudard ICducation. Freida Goldberg Kducalidb. Helen Goldsmith Education: (Jiee Club. Cecile Goldstein Education. Alma Goodin Educalicm; N. A. A.; . W. C. A.; Dramatic Club. Mureille Gueydan lO.lucati.m; i;i.e Club; N. A. A.; Y. V. C. A. Rosamond Gurley Ai-Cs and Science; N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Diamatic club. Ethel May Gutmann Alts and Science-; Hebalins Club. EVERALL HaRDWICK Arts and Science; N. A. A.; Y. W. C A.; Dramallc Club. tub; Y. V. C. A. Ruth 1 Iarper .Music; N . , . . ; Ci Marjorie I Iay .Vils; N. A. A.; Dramatic Club; Y. W. C. A.: Ulee Club; Class Vicc-rresident (11. Frances Douglass T. Hayne Arl.s and Science; N. A. A.; Y. V. C. A.; Mandolin-Cluitar Club Josephine Holcomb Music. B. Lurline Hopkins I ' Mucalion. Blanche Hunter liducalioM. Ethel Basco Jackson llusii-; (lice Club. Ella Johnson ICducatinn. Josephine John.son Academic. Georgette Joubert Kducatinn. Winifred Kelley Thli-Ma Kfi.lier I ' Miication. Maude Kfmper Ellen See Slog Kearny EiUication; N. A. A.; Diamalic Club; Y. V. c. A. ; (ll.c ciiili, Frances Keyer Academic. Margery Kidd ,- cademic. Lydia Koerner Art, Clem Koiilman Alls and Science; N. A. A.; Dcb. ' itinK Club. Page iixl -fnur THE JAMBALAYA Ester Kuss Academic. Margaret Landon Education. Jennie Lane Art Special. Camille Lanphier Bducali.jii; N. A. A.; Gloe Cluli; V. W. French I ' lr.le. Mary Nell Latta Music. Elianor Barron Le Blanc Academic; Clee ciuli; Uraniatic Club; A.; la. ' s I ' oet and lliittorian, Emma Le Blanc Education. Edith Le Clercq Education. Eleanor Leipzicer Academic. Alice M. Lewis Acud.Miil.-. Alice Villere Lewis . rl. Clara Davis Lewis Academic. Marjorie Levert Aiad.-mi. ; V. W. C. A.; N. A. A. Victoria Lopez Art Special. Dorothy Leile Acailenili-. Elizabeth Lyons Educiillon Special. Dramatic ( luh: Margaret Lyons . cadenilc; Krencli flrcle N. A. A.; V. W. r. A. Julia Macruder KdiK ' atl ' tii. Julia Mai. Macruder llciiiH. hold Kcoriiim.v; N. A. A.; Ulei SociA Macruder I ' Muenllnn. Amelie Longer May Academic; N. A. A.; Drninntlv V. W. f. A. dull Anna McCay r.iiiM iitL.ti Katherine McKnight Education. Dixie Milling Academic; N. A. A.; Dramatic Club; V. V. C. A. Hilda Modincer .Art Sarah Muietz iOiiiication. Alice Morse Education. Roberta Moreley Art. Irma Moses . cademic; X. A A.: Cll-e club. Virginia Mulcahy Kilucatiun. GwYN Murrell Art; Dramatic Club; N. A. A.; V. V. C. A.; Glee Club. Hazel Nerunveth Education. Marjorie Neuell Academic; V. W. c. A.; X. A. A.; I ' hl I ' hl; Class President ill. Nanon Newman Acatlemlc. Lucille Nickerson Education. Alice Ooenheimer Arts anil Science: N. A. A.; DcbatinK Club; V. VV. C. A.: Glee Club: Jamhalaya Hcpre- sentalive. Dorothy Oechsner A4-ademie; N. A. A.: DebathiK Club; I ra- inntlc Club; Glee Club; Class Treasurer. Fannie Ohls Home EcoiKunlcs. Adrienne O ' Neill Sludlii All. Laura Owen . . Educniion. Gladys Parker .Xrl CaRMELETE PASSArUME Ediieiillnn. Elizabeth Paterson Aciid. ' inlc. Josephine Pitner Academic; Y. V. C. A.; I ' lil I ' l ' V Page jij Ji ivf THE JAMBALA YA Celistine Philips ICtiucaliiiii. MrLDRED L. Pool V. V. !■. A ; Dianuuii- Cluli; Freiuli c ' iirli .Mandiiliii anil (iiutai- Cliil): .N. A. A. Frances Powe lOciucatinn. EvABELLE Prague Eilucalion; I .-l.alinK chih; V, W. C. A. S. rn.lary 1 1. liatiiiB Club. Kate Pritchard Musi. . Kathleen Puch K.lu.ali,iii. Alice Rayner Music. Grace Rennyson Art. Eugenie Richard Aca.l.iui.-. Edna Rossner Academic. Nuyrne Richai d Acadeinic; N, A. A ; l.aliii Ch.li, Lillian Shatz K.lUl . ' llH.II, Edith Shaw A. ad.nii.- Lillian Shippey . rt. Sybil Shippey All. Alice Smith I ' MuinlM.M. Jul. [A Stafiord Kilucaliiin. Helen B. Steen Kilui-alii.n; .N ' . A. A.; Di ' lialiUK iMiib. Anna Stille Music. Josephine Tibaut Kducat iiiTi. Grenville Thoiwpson Educatiiin. Elizabeth Turner Acaileniir Madeline Villere lOducat inn. Amy Wali.billich .Vc.iilcniic. Olca Wallbillich Educatinn. Eizabeth Van ier Veer Academic: N. A. A.: Maud. iliii-l : nil ar Cluli Diamallc CUili; Clee Cluli; V. W. c. A. Miriam B. Watson ,. cadcniic- Merle Van Horn Household Econoni ' ; N. A. A.; nice CIul- Y. W. C. A.; Ul-amatic Club. Jeanette Weil Education. Jessie Weil ..Vcadcmic. LiLLiE Wellborn lOdncation. Mildred Wells Educalinn. BoRODEL Wheeler All. Mattie Wight . i i. Elizabeth Willey All. LoviE Williams Music. Claire Wogan All Grace Worell Eilnciitic.n. Maeel Wright Aft. Julia Wyche Academic Mary Yancey . ii Julia Clara Zoeller .Acadcinlc. Page sixly-six THE JAMBALA YA I ' ROF. F.I.I.S OIlTI 1 0(in ARD " oiic .liilji-jcV ' cn THE JAMBALA YA H DC o is Page sixt }-eighi THE JAMBALAYA l mmmm ' ' ' Sl l .1 1 V .. -_ i u H a: O o X a, O ' ogf ]ijily-ninc THE JAMBALA YA L) H Z s X ( ) u a: Page scvenl}; s u. o -I o o I u t i an S o u I ' ligr irvrnlv dim THE JAMBALA YA DR. EDWARD AMBROSE BECHTEL. Ph.D. DFAN OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Page sevcnlji-(n 0 THE JAMBALA YA The Curtain Drawn HE evening sun, trembling on the window sill, kisses to bloodredness the roses of the room. Fate, with eyes as bright as bubbles in a running pool, thrusts the golden cup above her — pure golden. A knock upon the door is heard; and e ' er she tiptoes o ' er the floor, some five and fifty mortals rush in and cry, " A drink, drink — we crave a drink! " And when the wine — bitter wine — from the golden cup is quaffed, and twilight, like the conqueror he is, subdues the fading shafts of sun, they rush out, down the road in spirits high. I hree Junes have watched the roses come and go; three Junes have seen the sun upon the sill. And now so bright it shines, and throws a rainbow ray o ' er Fate and makes brighter still the pure gold cup. Once more the knock as of the three Junes passed; once more she softly tiptoes to the door; once more before her stand the mortals, not five and fifty — but eleven. Her face shines brighter than the evening sun, as up she holds the cup, with eyes all fire: " The others, where are they? " she cries, " who one time came and now forsake me so — my cup of learning? " " Some drank too deep! " cries one, " and drunk with a conceit that made this cup quite shallow, thought life held greater things than knowledge ever did. The cup was blight, but study far too hard. " " And others! " cried another, " they have drunk the wine, but found that though it sparkled, ' twas not sweet. That life was far too short and worries far loo great to make a tempest of your brain when tranquility can reign. " A third, with twinkle of the soldier in his eyes, spoke loud: " Forget not those who quaffed a hearty drink, O Fate, and saw its worth, but rushed on to the field where red and white and blue o ' er chaos reigned. " " The cup! The cup! " the eleven cry. " A drink — the last one! " Holding them with gentle touch: " No, " she says, " not last, but first. Thrice was drained the cup, but to its brim it ' s filled again. Not the last, but the first; all life is but a lesson and each day a page; each minute holds a greater truth than you surmise. " When twilight conquers the golden rays of sun. Fate up and speaks: " Drink, drink deep, a well deserving drink — ' tis sweet, not bitter now. " Dusk; then night; stars bright. Etched in the door vay of her rosied home, she stands. 1 he soft padding of feet o ' er graveled road. E ' er eleven high strung hearts beat fast retreat with eager feet, her arms above her head she throws and cries: " l- emcmbcr e ' er your Alma Mater. " " Kcmember, " ihcy fling back, " can one forget the things one loves! " Edwarh R. G.s( iiwiNir I ' age icvdilji-l irce LaJ - IvJM- " - " i :V j ' ' ' - " ' - ' l. - OJVMt ' ' ' " ' " J - - p- If ' ' Tl ' U J uauauiuaumjauauaualjawaQauauaua ' awam a Arts and Science Seniors hiUWARD T. Bond McDonoghville, Louisiana Arts and Science; Inslruclor In Chemistry; Company 10, S.A.T.C. Lorenzo Nolley Dantzler, Jr. Arls and Science; Beta Thela Pi; B.A.; Chess Club (I); Class Baseball (2); Edilor-in-Chicf " Jambalaya " (4); Glendy Burke (4); Oratorical and Debating Council (4); Class Treasurer (3); Cadet Second Lieut. Co. " B " (3); Sergeant and Plalloon Leader Company 10, S. A. T. C. (4); Class Secretary (4) ; Vice-President and Treasurer College of Commerce Stu- dent Body (4). Edward Lee GladnEY, Jr New Orleans, Louisiana Arts and Science; Alpha Tau Omega; Second Lieut. Inf. U. S. A. Edward R. GsCHWIND New Orleans, Louisiana Arts and Science; jambala )a Representative (4); Class Historian (2, 3. 4). 2}UJ UMJJ JlUlULUkUJLUKUAl AK J.ul y Arts and Science Seniors Louis G. Lemle New Orleans, Louisiana Arts and Sciences; Zcla Beta Tau; Class Wrestling (1, 2); Society of Economics (3); Glcndy Burke (1, 2); Tulane Club (I); Company 10, S. A. T. C: Mcnorah Society (I, 2): French Circle (1); Rifle Club (I); Class Vice-President and Treasurer (4). Percy L. McCay New Orleans, Louisiana Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon ; B.A.. B.B.A.; Company II, S. A. T. C; Class Football (I. 2); Tug o ' War (1. 2); Class Track (I. 2); Glee Club (I); Quartette (I); Class President (3); Arts and Science Student Body President (4) ; anihaluvn Rcprejcniative College of Commerce (4); Battalion Orchestra (4). William Pakkerson New Orleans, Louisiana Alls and Sciences; Beta Thela Pi; First Lieutenant Co. " B " Cadet Corps (3); Glcndy Burke; Tulane Club (1.2, 3); Class Secretary and Treasurer (3); Iiigo ' War (1.2,); Cliss Wrestling (I); Clasi Footl.a ' l (I. 2); Class V ' icc-I ' resident and Treasurer (I, 2); Jcnihalnya ReprcscntAlive (I. 3); Class President (4); Assistant Business Manager 7 u u;ic H ' crl(l f (3). Husinos Manager 7 u unc lVecl(l ) (4); junior Prom. Committee (3); Sec- retary and Treasurer Glendy Burke (4). Adolpi I Kaufman ScHAKFF New Iberia, Louisiatia Arts and Srlrncei; ein Beta Tau; Varsity Debate (3); V«rsity Batrhall Manager (3. 4); (Oratorical and Debating Council (2. 3); Srcrelary and Treasurer (3); Tulane Club (I. 2. 3); President (3); kappa Delta Phi: Co. 10. S. A. T. C: Secrr:ary Arts and Sciences Student Body; Clau Vice-President (3); Menoiab Society (I. 2); Glendv Murke (I. 2, 3): Class Football (2); Clan Tug o ' War (I. 2); Class Wrestling (2). Clasi Basketball (2); CU» Track (I, 2); Cla„ Deb.lting (2); 1 uUne Night Cnmmillee (1); .Spam ' h Circle (2): ' Tu une Mce v " .Staff (3); Dormitory Football anil Bafketball (2); Fialernily Tennis (I. i); I .dilor in-Chief " Tulane (fcc y " (4). Arts and Science Seniors Lester Daniel Scharff New Iberia, Louisiana Zela Beta Tau; Ails and Sciences; Varsity Debate (3); Oratorical and Debalng Society (2, 3); Tulane Club (I, 2, 3); Menoiah Society (I, 2): Glendy Buike (1, 2, 3); Speaker (3); Co. 10, S. A. T. C; Class Fool- ball (2); Cla-,3 Tug o " War (1, 2); Class Bcskelball (2); Class Track (1, 2); Class Baseball (2); Spanish Circle (2): " Tulane Vcc{l " Staff (3); Handball Champion (2); Fraternity Tcnn:s (1, 3); Arts and Science Basketball (3); Arts and Science Jambala a Represenlali .e ( " 1) ; Managing Editor " Tulane lVeel(l " (4). Thomas David Stewart New Oilcans, Louisiana Arts and Sciences; Inslructor in Chemistry (4); Co. 10, S. A. T. C. Lewis Farrington Wakeman Arcadia, Lo Arts and Science; B. A., B. B. A.; Commerce; Cla ' s Debating (I); ClaES Track (I); Class Wresllmg (I); Wrestling A. . ' . U. (I); Forum (1,2); Glendy Burke Executive Committee (3); Class Football (2); Prejident College of Commerce Student Body (3); Student Council (3); A sis ' ant Manager Jamhalava (4); Student Committee Y. M. C. A. (3); Co. 10, S. A. T. C. ' THE JAMBALA YA Junior Arts and Science History T the time of writing, it is understood that the Student Council is con- sidering a plan to save Tuiane from a repetition of the humiliation that it is now undergoing. Daily letters are being received from other univer- sities and alumni of I ulane requesting an explanation of what is appar- ently the greatest stain on the record of the University. The Board of Administrators has attempted to prevent the story from circulating, but it could not sup- press all reports of such a lamentable affair, as it must appear to an ignorant public. That all may know why Tuiane is now in such great distress, and, also, to give to the great American public a true explanation, this account, the first statement authorized for publication, is written. The cause of it all is this: Nineteen-twenly has never been on the tank. The greatness of the greatest class in the history of Tuiane has failed to be recognized by Tulane ' s only means of honoring the classes of which she is especially proud. What can be the cause? Who is at fault? To exhonerate the University, the Class of 1920 authorizes the publication of the true explanation. While Freshmen, it decided to make an experiment in the interest of science. It would prove that real worth will always be eventually recognized and honored, even though temporarily unobserved. It decided to accomplish sufficient achievements so that its merits would stand out to an observant eye, but not so many that its numerals would be forced before the view of the multitude, which always is willing to recognize genius after it has been sufficiently advertised. This course v ' as carefully followed, as the record of the class shows: In the inter-class tugs-of-war, it has never once been pulled ihrough the pond. It has never been defeated in an inter-class debate. In the other inler-class competitions it has won as many victories as its policy would permit. At Tuiane Night, both in 1917 and 1918. its originality and genius attracted popular attention. The members of the class have individually gone forward and won the highest offices in the university. It has been more than proportionately represented on all varsity teams. In every way pos- sible, it has proven itself individually and collectively the greatest class ever at Tuiane. But it firmly believed in the maxim that " fools ' names and fools ' faces, etc. " and accord- ingly carefully limited its success to avoid the cheap publicity to be derived from gaudy- colored numbers painted on a vulgar water-lank, like any patent medicine might be advertised. I he lest has gone far enough. Recognition and fame were the inevitable conse- quences of such a brilli.vnt course as th.it of the (Mass of 1920; but they came sooner and more forcibly ih.iii expected. Rather ihan see our university suffer further humilia- lion uc slip Iciitli ,uul liiiw Id the .icclaims of the inullilude. With such glory in throe short years, llie liiluic ol smh ,i class is incoiKeiN.ilile. IIakolu W. . i. vm. n. Jk. Page xfvenly seven THE JAMBALA YA Page scvcnlv-c-ig il THE JAMBALA YA Junior Arts and Sciences Class Roll Officers James I ItLL MoN!,ot President William H. McClendon. Jr Ficc-P esiJenl Harry W. Wallace Secrelarx) Percy D. Greaves Treamrcr Harold W. Newman Jamhala a Repraentalivc Members RcBERT E. Bayne Brinklcy. Ark. Afiidfinii ' : StTKcant Company 11. S. A. T. C Rkhari) Colbert Shrcvcpori. La. Arailt-mk-: Knppa SlKina. John Randolph Foote New Orleans. La. . i ail. -mil ' ; ri Kappa Alplia; . fiKcanl CmnpaTy In. S. A. T. ' . J. Alvin Gebelin Garyville. La. , rarh ' iiiii-; (llcnily Rurkf i? t: Ournillory Cnxei-rliiK lltiard (:: . Miss Jennie A. Core Bayou Sara. La. A( ' a(l ' nilc. Percy D. Greaves Waterproof. La. , ra»li-mir; Kappa . tRma; forporal rmnpany 10. . v , . T. ' .; Tronstror (3». William Bernard Hammett New Orleans. La. A. aili ' tiiK . I ' l KaiM ' a Alpha. Rudolph E. Krause Lake Charles. La. A. ail. -mil-: .«lKnm .Alpliji KpsllMii. William H. McClendon. Jr Amile City. La. Ararli-mle: Kappn Alpha; TuK or War (1. 21; rin.»8 Fnollmll ll, 21; Tinck (1. 21; Itaaki ' lliall (I. 2 ; Vr .HlllnK 11.21; ( ' apt. clnnH Bankrllinll I2 ; MnnnRor ( laiiH Fottl- hall 121 ; I ' laxa Vli -rri.«lil nt (3); 2nil I.t. Infantry. James Hill Monroe New Orleans. L«. Ai ' a»l» ' nili-; KiRinn hl; Onrnol Dt ' batinK |2I; Claitp Serrotnry. Trpnsuror nnci .lamhalayn l{i.prt.Ni ntnllvi (2t: Pcerotary of Forum (1. 2 ; IC IUor Tulane Hanil Rook 1 21: ' arnlly iH ' lunInK (2 ; riaKd PreiiUlfnt (.11; IVcaldonl of Ihi ' Forum (3); Srcri-lary ' Tatoi ' iral anil DrhulliiK i ' ounoll 3I; MnnagiT Tvnnis Team (3t. Harold W. Newman. Jr New Orleani. Lb. A ' lulfnUr: i-ta Ili-la Tnu; riana WrfHIIIiiR lit; Winner ' nrnot Dobnte |2»; Varnlty DelialltiK i2 ; t ' lais4 DebnllnK I2t; isratorli-al an l llehaMnK Cnunell |2); Ctlendy Llurk«- M, 2. 3); SerKennt-al-iirtnii (lU-iuly llurke 3 ; I ' lanH .Innibalaya RoprefliMitntlve (31; 1 ulnni ( ' lub. William U. Renshaw New Orleans. Ln. . Mi.l. ' iiilr; Sliima I ' hI. I ' liiKB I " . I. .11. all iji; F. ' i uni : Fnnrh Clrili ' . IliNBi William Waii Ad. Jk . . . Camden. Ala. Araili ' nilr; ( " lanii Ifankil hall |1, :■ i ; ila»» I-.. ..than ( . ' i . I ok " I " ai ( . ' ; Ilormllory Ciovcrnlng tlonrtl l3t; rlnnii Srrn-lnry (31. Puf[c .severtljj-fiint- THE JAMBALA YA Sophomore Class History HEN we were Freshmen, long, long ego, in the fail of 1917, we were just as raw as the rawest of all Freshmen. We looked over the University and immediately realized how much we were needed. Right away we organized and started on our path of victory. In the glorious Freshman-Sophomore fight of 1918, we captured the " Soph " President. We mobilized our " motor transport corps, " and brought him over to the wild and woolly Jefferson Parish when — the Dean declared a truce and peace set- ded o ' er all once again. The inter-class contests resulted in a draw, the brave " Sophs " refusing to consider a deciding event, being well satisfied to have done that well in competition with ' 2 I . In some mysterious way the numerals of the class of 1 92 1 got on the tank and nobody raised any strenuous objections. In our Freshman year we furnished the varsity eleven with six men, the basketball team with one, and five varsity wrestlers. This year after being handicapped by the S. A. T. C, we started out with a rush. Spirit? That hardly explains it. We were the first class to organize, and at our first meeting we decided primarily to bring " pep " to Tulane and then to take all of the freshness out of the fresh " Freshies. " The Freshmen regulations were made stricter than ever before and, unaided by the upper classmen, we, the Class of 1921, enforced these regulations. On January 21, 1919, the date decided on for the donning of green caps by the Freshmen and the loss of the privilege of using the front and inside center steps of Gibson Hall, the Sophomore Class assembled at 8:15 A.M. and waited for the Freshies in battle formation. An un- disputed victory was gained by ' 21, and just twenty-one Freshmen hats were taken. Now more Freshmen wearing green caps are to be seen on the campus. A few days later the Freshmen-Sophomore wrestling tournament was held, in which, of course, ' 2 1 was victorious, as we shall be in all of our future inter-class contests. So let ' s lift the glass to the spirit of Tulane; the Class of 1921, may her glory never lessen — the class whose watchword is, " Tulane, first, last and always. Sam T. Alcus, Jr. Page cighl ) THE JAMBALA YA Pu c cight }-onc THE JAMBALA YA — i sb;. .. =. ,, Soph omore Arts and Sciences Class Roll Officers Samuel T. Alcus. Jr PreiiihnI James J. Morse Vicc-PraiJenl Tandy Q. Foote Sccrelar} and Treasurer Joseph D. Corry Hiilnrian Samuel T. Alcus, Jr Jamhala a Represcnlalivc Members Samuel T. Alcus, Jr New Orleans, La. Arts and Sriencos; Varsity Wrestling (H: Ititerclass Basketball (1, 2); Class Wrest- linK (1); Class Trark (It; Class Debating (1); Class Treasurer (1); Class President (21; Company 11. S. . . T. C. Eugene A. AscHAFFENBURC New Orleans, La. . rts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Company 10. .S. A. T. C. James K. Baker Ml. Lebanon, La. . rts and .Sciences; Kappa Sigma. Henry O. Colomb Romevllle, Ga. Arts and Sciences; Beta Tbeta Pi; Comiiany 11. S. A. T. C. ; Clendy Bnrk. ili JOSEPH Dunklin Corry New Orleans, La. . (ts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Allilia; S. N. T. C. Edward W. Feibleman New Orleans, La. .-Vrls and .Sciences; Comiiany in, .S. . . T. C, Tandy Quisenberry Foote New Orleans. La. . rts and Sciences; Pi Kapj a .Mpba; Company 10. s. - . T. C. Richard A. Fraser MansfieU, La. Alls and Sciences; Company 10, S. A. T. C. David Rea Graham, Jr New Orleans, La. .Arts and Sr-icnces; Kappa ,Sigm,a. Horace J. Hauchland Moorhead, Miss. . rts and Silences; Delta Tau Delta; Coniiiany 10, S. A. T. C. J. R. HiRICOYEN Salado, Hondurar,, C. A. .Arts atid Sciences. Albert E. Hotard New Orleans. La. . rts and Sciences. George Francis Kelley Lake Charles, La. Arts and Sciences; Sigma .Vl(dia Epsilon; Varsity Footi all (1); Tug o ' War (1»; Com- pany 10, S. A. T. C. Louis K. Levy New Orleans, La. . rts and Sciences; Cl.ass Wrestling (2i; (. ' nnpaw. - 10, S. A. T. C. Louis C. Lob New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciencis; Zcta Beta Tau; Tug o ' War (II; Cla.ss Wrestling (1); S. N. T. c. E. KiRBY Newburcer New Orleans, La. Arts ;ind Sciences; Class Wrestling (1. 2). D. S. O ' Shee Alexandria, La. .Alts and Sciences; Delta Kapjia Kpsilon; Class Football (I I; Company 11, S. . . T. C. T. J. Perkins, Jr Simmesport, La. Arts and .Sciences; Forum; Class Wrestling (2). Samuel Cohlman Polmer Schriever, La. Arts and Science. ; Conimer -e; Class Wrestling 111; Tug o ' War tl); Class Football (1). W. Stewart New Orleans, La. , its and S ' ciinces; Class Wrestling (1. 21. Allen L. Vories, Jr New Orleans, La. .Arts and Sciences; Company 11, .S. A. T. C. John A. Wight Hugo, Oklahoma Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Company 10. S. A. T. C. ; Varsity Football (1, 2). Page cifi ilu-llDO THE JAMBALA YA Freshman History this camp. J: EFORE going into the Freshman Class History I would like to give a lew facts about the pre-historic period when all classmen were either barracks- dwellers or " flu ' evaders. During the first of the scholastic year the Stu- dents ' Army Training Corps was established at Tulane in Camp Martin on the back of the campus. Many of the present Tulane students enlisted After two months of " reveille " the camp was disbanded on account of the signing of the armistice. All during these two months the college work had been alternating with the " flu. " Not much had been accomplished and it was so near the Christmas holidays that the authorities decided to close the University until January. None of the students seemed to object, either. On January, the second, college reopened. The classes were organized and work started. It was easy to see that the Fres hman Class as a whole was not as green as Freshmen classes generally are. This fact was due to two reasons: First, they had some knowledge left from the pre-historic period just mejitioned ; second — well, we will not boast. Wc ask anyone to study closely any member ol the class. We feel safe in leaving it to your judgment. On the other hand, look at the average Sophomore. They would make pretty good Freshmen now, but imagine, if you can. how much like a bit of Springtime they must have looked in the Fall of 1917. After things had settled down the class was organized. We were wearing the green caps as has been the custom of all s lf-respecting Freshmen classes. It was not until everything had settled down that we began to reah e that we were entering the last phase of the preparation for our life ' s work. We soon found that this was not high school. Wc were supposed to bo at college to learn. .So wliether we learned anything or not was of our own choosing. May we all choose to learn. The Committee on Student Regulations decided lii.it the contests between the Fresh- men and Sophomores should be arranged so that the Freshmen might have lime to pre- pare themselves. However, the first contest was held immediately, so the Sophomores, with a year ' s experience, outwrestled us. But we will even up the score in basketball, I am sure. I know the class is with me when I say that we appreciate the fact that wc have taken a big stride lownrds success when wc entered the awe-inspiring corridors of old Gibson I bill ,111(1 said. " Where is the Registrar ' s office, please? " M. L. D.. Histoii,in. Paile cighl )-llirft THE JAMBALA YA Page eiglil);-fo ur THE JAMBALA YA Arts and Science Freshman Class Roll Officf.rs Prentice Lanier Smith PraiJenl Harry F. Stiles Vicc-PrcsiJcnl Richard B. Montgomery Sccrelarx) Mai.coi M l.EE DiNWIDDIE . . Jambala a Repreicnlalivc and HisloriuTi Members Victor Joseph Baudier I,ili-r;ir . Allen Wilfred Billeaud . Brouisnrd, La. Siii ' lidll.-. John P. Bonar Shicvcpori. La. PcU-ntlllo; fompany 11, S. A. T. c. ; WnslMiiK. James T. Burns Covington. La. Uelia Kappn Epsilon; I Uci ary: Cutn- pnny 10. S. A. T. C. John Williamson Caldwell, New Orlrans. La. SIk-Mia fill; . ' i.-l.-allllr; Wrc-illlriK. Harold Haskell Conmelly . . Paris. Ark. I.lt -iai . Charles Goodrich Coyle. New Orlrans. L.i. I ' hl Helta Tliota; I ' luNSlral. Todd Robert de Lalreai. t.ll.rary. rd. La. Malcolm Lee Dinwiudie . New Orleans, La. . " ■ ' ■■Ii nlltW ; I ' lMiiiiariy II. S. A. T. C; OlaHM Illrilfirlan aiul .Tantluilaj-a koprc- ncntal lv . QUINCY MaRTENEAII I ' .WtNG. Napdlronvillr. I ,i .Si ' li ' iitllli ' . Allen E. 1 Iotard I.IK ' lai V. New Orleans. I ..i. New CJrleani, La Rkiiarii IV Montgomery . New Orleans, la Bernard J. Meyer I.ll.rar.v. Kappji Alplia: .Silentltle: lileinly llurlt " t ta»ii .s ' t ' i-rt ' lary. August W. MysINC . . . New Orleans. La. Siifiuiric. Randolph I. Newman . . New Orleans. La. . ' .ii ' IUllii-. David S. O ' Shee Alexandria, La. TJi. ' lta Kappa Kp. ' tllon: Selenttlle; Com- liany II. S. A. T. C. Breaii Bridge. La. New Orleans. La. Willis A. Pellerin . .Scienlino. RuFus T. Perkins I.itt ' l-ar, . Nathan II. Polmer . Selenllllc. Jas. H. QuiNETTE . . . New Orleans, La. KiUnlllle; Company 11, R. A. T. f. Robert Paul Rooney . . New Orleans, La. I.liiiaiy ; Wi-. ' slllnK. William Schultz Monroe, La. I.ilfi-ary. Simon Shlenker. Jr Momoe. La. • ' nlleKf nf Comnieree. Prentice L. Smith Mmden. La. ctasHleal; Claa.H Pre.iUIcnl. UOSS StALLINCS . . New Orle.ins. La. I.ll -i-ai-y. I Iarry p. Stiles . . Ac :i.l..|iil ' Law: I ' las . New Orleans, La. ' i .. I ' i -Kltl..nt RoULRT D. ' 00IIRIE l.alayetle. La. . ' ■•il, .III III.-; I ' MMipaiiy 11. S. . . ' I. ' " . William R. Worth . . . New Orlcant. Ln. SelKMtllli ' : Wn-ntllnK. ' age t!glil ifive THE JAMBALAYA MORTON ARNOLD ALDRICH. Ph.D. DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINlSTRATiON Page eighl])-six THE JAMBALA YA Page cigl l j seven THE JAMBALA YA College of Commerce Student Body Roll Officers Lewis F. Wakeman Prcsuhnl Lorenzo N. Dantzler, Jr Vice-PraiJenl and Trcamrcr Percy L. McCay Secretary and Jamhalaya Representative Charles R. Billeiter A. V. BlLLEAUD R. J. BlLLEAUD J. D. Corry M. W. Crigler L. N. Dantzler. Jr. L. W. FlEBLEMAN J. A. Gebelin e. r. gschwind William B. Hammett Mf.mbers J. B. HiRICOVEN G. F. Kelley R. E. Krause L. K. Lev L. C. LoB J. P. Marks P. L. McCay J. II. Monroe J.J. Morse I I. W. Newman, Jr. D. S. O ' Shee S. COHLMAN PoLMER James H. Quinette W. M. Ren.siiaw Simon Shlenker, Jr. l. l, swartzkopf R. D. VooRiiiEs, Jr. L. F. Wakeman H. M. Wallace E. F. Walter J. A. Wight Page eighlxi-eighl THE JAMBALA YA WII.I.I.Wl III.NK1 1 ' . LKI.lGlllON. V. S. N. DE .S or THE rOI.I.ECE OF TECHNOLOCV Pagr rfg iljr-nin THE JAMBALA YA Dear Reader: Senior Technology Thomas Hall, Tulane, February 25, 1919. The Technology Class of 1919 thanks you for your interest in reading these few lines. We, who were a part of Tulane during the war which is just over, saw the work of our Faculty in war activities and hope that we shall be able to meet emergencies as they did. We are proud of the members of our class who went off to the firmg line to join the hundreds of Tulane alumni, and venerate our classmate who made the supreme sacri- fice. We only hope to measure to the Tulane standard. Respectfully, Edwin A. Bynum, Jr. Page ni ' liclp jUkUlUkUkUlULUkUkUKUK MJLUJL J UMJI Senioi Technology Roll Clotaire. Lecomte Adam New Orleans, Louisiana Technology: Tug o ' War (2); Class Basketball (2); Class Football (1. 2); Captain (2); Class Track (2): Wrestling (2); Class Bjseball (1. 2); Captain (2); Varsity Baseball; Class Vice-President (4); Naval Reserve. £. Alnarado Cosia Rica, C. A. i echnoiogy. CoLtMAN Leroy Bakr New Orleans, Louisiana Technology; President Class (I); Tug o ' War (1); Varsity Track; Com- pany 12; Sigma Chi; Kappa Delia Phi. Edwin A. Bvnum, Jr Texas City. Texas Technology; Tug o ' War (I, 2); Class Wrestling (I). Kniisled l- " .ngineer» Reserve Corps; jamhalaya Representative (I. 2. 3. 4); Delta Sigma Phi; Technology Editor Jamhala )a (4). ■■■ i ■ TmH lli rM ll ir M - ■! ji ,... .-.., iiMp-., , j .iirj..:,,i_ ■ ., i i , ,.,— -■ ' " ■■■ " - " ■■■ ■ ■ ' -•■ f, Senior Technology Roll Robert E. Craig, II New Orleans, Louisiana Civil Engineering; Beta Thela PI; Tug o ' War (2); Class Baseball (2); Class Vice-PresidenI (2); Tennis (2, 4); Quarlermasler Summer Survey Camp (2); Chief Engineer (3); Inlerfralernily Council (3, 4); Engi- neering Society (2) ; Secretary and Treasurer Technology Student Body (4); Co. 12. S. A. T. C. Lewis Joseph Faucheux Waggaman, Louisiana Mechanical and Electrical; Tug o ' War (I); S. N. T. C. Clifford Freret Favrot New Orleans, Louisiana Chemical Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsllon; Tug o ' War (2); Class Football (2); Class Basketball (2); Class Track (2); Scrub Basketball (2. 3); Cheer Leader (4); Chairman Junior-Prom.; Tulane Club (2, 3); Second Lieutenant Infantry, U. S. A. Herbert Anthony Peter Frey New Orleans, Louisiana Chemical Engineering; S. N. T. C. UAUAUAUAUAUAUAyA UAUALJAUAUAUAUAUAUAUAUAUAUAt Senior Technology Roll David Walker Godat New Orleans, Louisiana Civil ILnglncering; Kappa Sigma; Tug o ' War (I, 2); Class Wrestling (I. I): Class Football (I. 2); Class Track (1.2); Class Football Captain (I); Class President (2); Assistant Chief Engineer Summer Survey Camp (2); Chief of Commissary (3); Engineering Society (2); Interfralernily (3, 4); Co. 12. S. A. T. C. Randolph Livingston Griswold New Orleans, Louisiana Civil Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega; CUm Historian (I. 2); Class Presi- dent (3); Class Baseball (2); Class Track (2); InlerdepartmenI Basketball (3); Secretary Inlerfraternily Council (3. 4); Engineering Society (2); President Technology Student Body (4); Co. 12. S. A. T. C. Louis N. HaMMETT New Orleans, Louisian.i Architecture; Pi Kappa Alpha; Class Wrestling (1. 2); Class Basketball (2); CUm Track (2); Architectural Society; Co. 10, S. A. T. C. Edward ConNIFF LanPHIER New Orleans. Louisiana Chemical Engineering; Tug o ' War (2); Claw Football (. " ) ; Clasi Track (2); Co. 12. S. A. T. C. ;AV AWAUAUAUAUAyAUAUAL AUAUAUAUAyAUAUA:: AUA07 Senior Technology Roll R. F. Legem New Orleans, Louisiana Mechanical and Elerlrical; Delta Sigma Phi; Class Basketball (2); Class Wreslling (2) ; S. N. T. C. Jos. D. Martin New Orleans, Louisiana Mechanical and Electrical; E. 1. 1. W. E. X.; Tug o ' War (2); Engi- neering Society (I, 2); Class Vice-President (3); S. N. T. C. M. A. MOENCK Vedado-Habana, Cuba Architecture; Delta Kappa Epsilon ; Class Basketball ( ' 09-TO); Tug o ' War CIO); Push Ball (10); Class Track (TO); Class Baseball (TO); Captain Basketball (TO); Varsity Basketball ( ' 09. TO. ' 16, ' 17); Captain {T0-T7); Acting Captain ( ' 16); Basketball Coach ( " 18); Architectual Society ( ' 09, ' 10, ' 16, ' 17. " 18). George G. Morthland Decatur, Illinois Chemical Engineering; lug o ' War (1, 2); Secretary I. O. M. B. A. (2); Laboratory Assistant in Chemistry; Co. 12, S. A. T. C. ' I , -j..-. .--- .— — -■■ -■■■—■• -111 llllgi ■ - - . , — ■ ■ - - — --....- . Senior Technology Roll John Eblen Rau New Orleans, Louisiana Civil Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; Vice-President Technolo;;v Student Body (-i); Co. 12. S. A. T. C. Roger Post Sharp New Orleans, Louisiana Architecture; Delia Sigma Phi; Architectural Society (4); Tulane Club; Y. M. C. A. Alexander S. Sonntag New Orleans, Louisiana Mechanical and Electrical; Class Historian (2); Student Body Historian (4); Secretary and Treasurer Class (4); Co. I. S. A. T. C. Miner H. VaLLAS New Orleans. Louisian.i Mechanical and Electrical; Co. 12. S. A. T C. Senior Technology Roll George Campbell Walshe New Orleans, Lc Mechanical and Eleclrical; Alpha Tau Omega; B. T. U.; E. I. I. W. E. Y.; Class Basketball (1, 2); Caplain (I); Manager (2); Varsity Basketball (-1) ; Manager (4); Class Secretary and Treasurer (1); Unl- erslly Night (I); Class Track (1); R.fle Club (2, 3); Edilor-ln-Chief Jamhalaya (4); Co. 12. S. A. T. C. Edgar Whitehead, Jr New Orleans, Lc Mechanical and Electrical; Kappa Sigma; B. T. U. ; E. I. 1. W. E. Y.; Tug o ' War (I, 2); Class Basketball (1, 2); Second Team Basketball (3); Class Baseball (1,2); Class Track ( 1 , 2) ; Class Treasurer (3); Class President (-4) ; Co. 12, S. A. T. C. THE JAMBALA YA Junior Class Technology X ' c draw upon the dusk of olden days, Juniors today tomorrow even more. But where relentless time through progress strays Reverberates the distance with that roar. And hfc and life anew: Life of struggle — life of triumph, too. We have our destmy— our destiny; and o ' er The shadows of (he pail a glory blaze. Look yc upon this year with sanguine breath. Time-honored, worn, and drooping down with care, Here silence, rising as prompting wraith, Memorializes ev ' n our hopes, despair. But life and life lo face: And we have triumphed in the span we trace With but a bit of burden yet lo bear. Till our plodding days consign lo death. And dusk of olden days; and shadows casi Beyond the tempest where the roaring cease; Yet glory o ' er ihe shadows of the pasi: In dusk the triumph, and the minds release. And life and life again. Life of struggle, strength and power remain. X ' e ve waged the battle, we have won, and peace We gather now as harvest of the last. — Jamci Sinclair. Historian. Pttiif ninrly-ycvfti THE JAMBALA YA u II c •■ 4 m m . sgs - 0 - K ' rTTK -. ■■ -•■ a f H Bi H l JL .il ' liilEt ft ' ft ■■ 1 i 1 fli:iv : H itmamm- Im iS ™ 1 • j» ' . H i ' H» J l 1 Page niiiei f-eighl THE JAMBALA YA Junior Technology Class Roll Officers Charles L. Wright. Jr President George S. Brandon Vice-President Rex E. Lothrop Secrelar ) and Treasurer James L. Sinclair Historian Jakes L. Sinclair jamhalaya Representative Members Robert Lee Atkinson, Jr New Orleans, La. I ' lvM RnKiiK ' i ' ilriK: ' l:i.«» Fiiinliall (II, TuR o ' War (1); Company l:. S. A. T. r. Walter J. Barnes New Orleans, La. .Mirlianiral ami Kl.ctrlcal ; . ' -iKnia Alpha Kpjilon; Varsity Football (1. 21; Class Presi- dent (1): Class Football (I); Class Track 1. ;; i ; Tug o ' War (1. 2); Class Basket- ball (1. 21; Class Baseball (1, 2). Ceorce Shields Brandon •. . . . New Orleans, La. M. ilianlial and lOliclrlial ; Varsity anil Class Wi-o. tlins (1. 21; Tub " ' War 1 2 1 : Vlie-I ' rislclent ClaHS (111. Marcel B. CaLONCNE New Orleans, La. . l. chanlral and Electrkal; Tuk o ' War 111; FrenVh Circle CD; S. N. T. C. A. CassaCNE New Orleans, La. civil KnKlneerlnB; Varsity Haskelball (1. 2, 3); Varsity WreatllnB (1. 2, H); B. V. 1). Clement H . Dabezies New Orleans, La. civil KniiinciTlnK; Class Foolliall I 1. 21; Captain (2); Varsity Basketball (1. 2. 3); Cnptttin (3); Class Baseball (I. 2); Class Track (1, 2 ; Varsity Track (I. 21; Com- pany 12, S. A. T. C. Beverly P. Ferguson New Orleans, La. civil Knk-UwerInK; I ' i Kaplia . lplia; Cla.ss Wrestllns (1); Engineering Society (li; Tiilane . - ' ulnnii-r Surveying Cninp (2, St. James B. Hackett Greina, La. Mi ' chanlial anil lOleitrlcal; Class Basketball (1. 21; Class Football (1. 2); Class Base- tiall 11. 2 . Arthur O. KastiER New Orleans, Ln. cbi-inlcal lOnglneerlnK; Class Football i 1. 21; Class Truck (1. 2); Class WrestlhiK I 1. 2) ; TllK ! ■ War I 1. 21. Samuel Kessler, II New Orleans, Ln. cb.nilral KiiKlneerhiK; Zela Beta Tau; Tulane Club (1. 2, 31; Tuk «• War iL ' l; Cnni- (■iiMv 1 J. .■;. . . T. C. Jr.AN M. King Lake Charles, La. M. . Iinril.al and Kbit ileal ; I ' lil Knppn , ' »lKnia; TuK o " War (1 ; Company 12. S. A. T. c. Rex I ' ,. Lothrop New Orleans, La, Chemical KuKlneerlnK; lielt« Slgmn Phi; Class Wrestllnii (1, 2t: Tug o ' Wi r (Si; Class l- ' oolhnll (2); class President 12); 1I5-II . . laitbern Champion Wrestling (2); Class Secretary and Treasurer (3); 2nd Metit Infantry, L ' . S, A. Walter II. Mercier New Orleans, La. .Mi ' chnnlcal and Kleelrlenl : Phi Knppa Slginn; Class llnseball (I. 2i; Itnillo Instructor at ( ' ainii Martin, William I ' arkerson New Orleans, L«. .Mei ' hanicnl and KlectrlrnI ; Dein Thetn PI. l iifr iiiiirlV ' it ' tie r THE JAMBALAYA Jerome F ' epperman Lake Providence. La. MechaniL " il antl Klectrical; Zeta Beta Tuvi; Tiik o ' War ( :; ) ; Class Wrestling (-»; Class Football (:;i; Company 12, S. A. T. C. James L. Sinclair New Orleans. La. Chemical Kngiiieering: Class Historian il. :!. 3.i; Tiilatie Weekly (1. 2. :{ ) ; Class Traek (It; Class Wrestling ( L ' ) ; _ ' ompaiiy 12. S. A. T. C, Frank M. Stone New Orleans. La. Mechanical and Eleclrieal; Tliela Xi at Hose Polytecliiiie Inslitnle; lii. lrueloi- In Radio at Camp Martin. Milton A. Voorhies Si. Mariinville. La. Cj il l.:ni;ineerin.ii; Kappa Sigma; Coin)iaiiy 12. S. A. ' J ' . C. J . Roland Weston Logiown. Miss. Civil Kngiiieei-ing; Sigma Nli: Class FimtlKiII i 1. 2, 2. 1 ; Class Basketball; Track; Wrestling (1); Scrub Football (1. 2, 31; Comiiany 12. S. A. T. C. Charles Lafayette Wright. Jr Timberion. La. .Meehanieal anil l:;ieel rieal ; Beta Tlieta I ' i; Class Football 11. 2); Tug o ' War fl. 2]; Class Wrestling (2); class Baseball 111; cla ss Track 111: ' ice-Presi(leiit I ' lass 11): President Class 13): Business Manager ■ " Jambalaya " I :! i ; Summer Sur i.y I ' anii) 12); Company 12. S. A. T. C. Louis J . Wyler New Orleans. La. Ci il Kngineering; B. 1).; Tug o ' War il.2»; Class Wiestling (1. 2); Class Foot- ball (1. 2): Class Basketball 1 1. 2): Class Track II. 2); Captain Class Baseball 12); Technology Basketball 12); Assistant Chief Kngineer Sumirier Survey Cainj) (2); Chief Engineer (31; Company 12. S. A. T. C. Page one htiTulre.l THE JAMBALA YA Sophomore Technology Class History UR class has added to Us history the events of another year. From the day that the individual members entered the University we have shown that we were ahve and active, and the College has heard from us in more ways than one. In our Freshman year we lost the tug-o ' -war, but we put up a good fight and the opposing team wasn ' t able to boast of an easy victory. The score was a tie for the inter-class football game, but we furnished men for the varsity team that won the game with L. S. U. for the first time in fourteen years. We lost the debating contest, but it must be remembered that we debated against the varsity team. We won the inter-class basketball and baseball game;, and also the track meet, thereby ticing the Sophomore Class for the privilege of painting ihc numerals on the tank. We have guided this year ' s Freshmen in the paths of righteousness and have endeav- ored to instil into them the sense of responsibility, which they assume upon matriculating at a University. We have enforced the Freshmen Regulations more strictly this year than they have been enforced in the past, only in order to m ike ihem better college men. We won the wrestling tournament which was held in January. Some of our actions were not approved by all. We offended the Seniors when we erased their numerals from the tank and substituted ours. There are necessarily numerous omissions, due to the linuud space; it is therefore not fair to judge the Sophomore (lass entirely by this brief history. To give mention of the numerous Sophomores who have distinguished themselves in the various college activities would occupy loo much space, but it is only proper to men- lion that several members of our class have been honored with a monogram. I he Sopho- mores feel justified in claiming a share of the honors connected with college life. I ' kank L. Rainold, Hisloiian. ftige one ImnJreil one THE JAMBALA YA ' ■ ... :-•;•- . J. ■■= ■■■ ' T |j _ J l n 1 - 7 . B ' " ' ' ■ " ' S HPP 3IIHMi ti i. » £p r -. . ' ' 1 H • fl iP ■•i H _ " ' ' ' ' MHBI HiMiM ' ' ' S . _.L- ' S ' ' .. .. ' J P " ' . ■r d .tM aHiai I;.. 1 •5 - P f " J| ■ ' jf nm a ,.j» " : j iJ Hi ||MLL.. udLi Btt 1 - ' ■ . ' » •v.- ' V ' ■. • V i [| ►J i ' Page one hundred tibo THE JAMBALA YA Sophomore Technology Class Roll Officers McLean J. Lecoux President John M. Middieton Vkc-Presu enl John I 1 . Carter Sccrelar-g and Treasurer Frank E. Rainold Hlslorian Frank E. Rainold jamhalaya Rcpresentalive Members Alfonso AlvaRADO Porl Lincoln. Cosia Rica M -rhanU-al atul Electrical; Class Wrestling (1). S. BloODWORTH New Orleans. La. .M -r-haniral and Electrical; Kappa Sigma; Conipan.v 11. S. . , T. ( ' . George R. Blum New Orleans. La. . l. iliankal and Klectiical : Company 11. .«. . T. C. Louis M. BujA New Orleans. La. civil KriKlncf-rinfi: Company 11. S. A. T. C. John LL Carter. Jr New Orleans, La. civil lOiik ' in ' erlnK ; .Mplia Tan OmeKJi: . . X. T. C. ; Class Secretary and Tieasur.r i;: , Clarence A. Cohen New Orleans. La. Class Wreslllng I ;: I ; .Mechanical and Electrical; Company II, H. A. T. c. Menry Bell CoolEV New Orleans. La. .Merlianieal anil Electrical; Class Wi ' eslllnf;; Company 11. S, . . T. c. C. S. Crawford Crcina. La. .M . Ii.ini ' al and Elietrieai ; Company 11. S. . . T. ' . Geoffrey Everett Cunningham England, Ark. cli.iniial lOllKilo-erInK; Company II. S. , . T. C, John R. Dykers New Orleans, La. ' IvU KriKlneerlni; ; Sil:in:i . iplia lOpsii.iii; Class BasUcilmlt I-): Jinl l.li-lll. I iil ' .-ili I iv. C. S. A. John L. Ebauch New Orleans, La. ( " ■Ivll EnKlneirliiK: Class Tiaek (I); Class Wieslllng (2); Company 11, . " J. . . T. C. lliHtruetor In Meehnnlcul Drawing; Tug o ' War (1». Frank P. ElizaRDI New Orleans, Ln. Meiliariical anil Electrical; I ' l Kappa Alplin; s. N. T. c. Charles Shearer Foster New Orleans. La. I ' loini ' iil EiiKiiieerIng; Clnsa UnHkctlinll (21. William B. Gregory, Jr New Orleans. Ln. .M. ' i li. ' uil.al and ICIeelrlcal. L. B. GrenTZ McDonoghville, La. M. . haiiiial anil Kleelrlcal ; S. N. T. C. D. Marshall Haas I?unkir. La. .Mei luiiiii al and Electrical; Company II, S. A. T. r. I Iarold Ruse Harper New Orleans, La. Mrilianlral and Electrical; Company 11. S. A. ' 1. C. I Iarrv IL HusTEDT New Orleans, La. .Mil luinirni an l Elcelrlenl; Slgmn I ' lil; CInss Foothnll t1 ; class TrneU ili; Class llas ' liail III; I ' liisn Wrestling III ClIARIE.t D. KaLMDACH Sllirveiiorl. L.l. Mi ' i ' haiilrai aiol Electrical; Kappa .Mpli.i. ' Miip!iii. It, . " . T • RUFUS Upton Lea New Or leans. La. civil Englneerlny; Clnns Hlslnrliiii ili; .laml ula. n ileprpsehtal iv, ' ili; Contpany II. 8, A. T. O. ' ugr one iiiiii rci l iiec THE JAMBALAYA McLean J. LeDouX New Orleans, La. Civil Engineoring; Pi Kappa Alpha; Class Pi-esident (1. 2); Class Wrestling (1. " ); Class Baseball (1. 2); Class Football (1); Tug o ' War (1). Harold G. Leceai New Orleans, La. Mechanical ami Electrical; Delta Signia Phi; Class Track (li. George Richard W. Lewis New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Rl.ctrical; K. N. T. C. Marcel LivauDAIS New Orleans, La. Mechatiical and Electrical; Kajipa S ' igma; _ onipany 11. S. A, T. C. C. Byrne Lynch New Orleans, La. Civil Engineering; .S. N. T. C. Isidore Marx Bogalusa. La. Me lianical and Electrical; Companj- 11. S. . . T. (_ ' . John M. Middleton : . New Orleans, La. .M.clianical and Electrical; Tug o ' War (1); Class Football (II; Class Basketball ili; Class Wrestling (21; Technology Basketball ID; Class Vice-President (21 Roy D. B. Moynahan Deiroii, Mich. Civil I ' ingineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; , ' -:. N. T. t . at I ' niversity oC Michigan. Fred Nungesser New Orleans. La. Civil EnKini fling; Delta Siftnia I ' hi, Edward D. PaRKHOUSE New Orleans. La. .MeclKiniial and Electrical; f igma . lpha Epsilon; 2nd Lieut. Infantry, U. S . , Coulter B. Prescott New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical; .Mplia Tau Omega. Frank E. RaINOLD New Orleans, La. Civil Engineering; Alpha Tau ()mega; Class Historian (2i; " ■Janilialaya " Rcpr.sfii- tativc (2). J. B. Richardson New Orleans, La. .Mechanical and Electrical; Delta Tau Delta; Class Baseball (1 ; Class Trai ' k cl.; S. N ' , T. C. Henry Rodriguez New Orleans, La. .M. chanical and Electrical; Freshman Wn-stling chnnipicn llilS; . . A IT. AVrcstling; i ' aptain .Junior League Basketball Team; Ctmipany U. S. A. T. C. Louis Rosen New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical; Class Baseball (ll; Class Basketball (ll; Class Debating (1 ; (. lass Track (1); TuB-o ' -War (ll; Co. ll. S. A. T. c. Simon B. Schwartz New Orleans, La. Mi hanHal and Electrical; Class Wrestling (21. Benjamin Singer New Orleans. La. Chemical Engineering; Co. 11, .S. A. T. C. William H . SpaaR New Orleans, La. Civil Engineering; Co. 11, S. A. T. C. WlCKLlFF Black VeNNARD New Orleans, La. -Mechanical and Eleclrical; Kappa Alpha; Class Football (ll; Class Basketball ill; Class Wrestling (1. 21; Co. 10, S. A. T. C. S. C. VOSS New Orleans, La. Meeh.anical and Electrical; Class Wrestling (2). Eugene Bernard Williams New Orleans, La. civil Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Varsity Football (1. 2); Second Team Basket- b.all (11; Class Wrestling (1, 2); Captain Tug-o ' -War (li; Class Track (1 ; Class Base- ball (11; Class Basketball. Armand L. WlLLOZ New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical; Class Wrestling (1, 2); Assistant Instructor M. chanical Drawing; C. 11. s. A. T. C. P. S. Winchester, Jr New Oi leans. La. •Special Technology; Co. 11, .S. A. T. C. Page one huntlrcti four THE JAMBALA YA Pafc one hiinihcil ivc THE JAMBALA YA Freshman Technology Class Roll Officers Vm. Lyle RrcHESON, Jr PrcuJcnl Benjamin T. Brown Vice-PralJcnl Randolph Adelbert Tood Sccretar- and Treasurer VlLL[AM T. Hess ... Jamhalava Reprcsenialive Members J . Al.ciATORE New Orleans, La. ' r ' tl»iir)|ngy ; Carlot Corp. ' ;. Lewis S. Alcus New Orleans, La. Technolofl.v; Co. II. S. . . T. C. Albert R. AlkER New Orleans, La. TiclviolDgy : Delta Kappa lOpsilon. Paul B. Alker New Orleans, La. ■| ' .-.-lii!. l..Ky; Dilla Kappa Kp.sil.in: I ' ad.-l Cai.s. J. R. AlvaRADO New Orleans, La. Ti rliMMpiKV: I ' aili ' t Ci.i ps. Sol Bloodworth, Jr New Orleans, La. .■M.-.-haniial an.l TClciti ical : Kapiia Kisiiia; S. A. T. I ' . Benjamin T. Brown New Orleans. La. Ciii-niical KPUinrcriiiK: L clta Kapjia lOpsilon; ' arsil - Fnntliall: ' ii-f-l ' i -sidiait Class ( 1 I ; c.i. U.S. .V. T. C. Frank James Brown New Orleans, La. . riliit.-.turi ' : D ' lta Kapjia lOp.sipm. Gardner William Bryant New Orleans, La. T. rhnolc.py; Thcla I ' .sl. DoneLSON CaFFERY, Jr New Orleans, La. Tfchncilngj-; Delta Kappa K|isi|i.a. P. Campbell New Orleans, La. ' l fhnninRy ; Caili t ( ' Dips. Mary Blanche Cason New Orleans, La. .Src hilci tiirc. Joseph S. Cohen ... New Orleans, La. •I ' riliniilngy; Co. 11. .S. . . T. C. Miguel A. Correa Arocllo, Porio Rico IVchnoloKy; Ca. 11. S. . . T. C. Joseph W. DeBlanc, Jr New Orleans, La, Civil EuKiiU ' erlni;; Cii, 11. .S. A. T. ( ' . Chas. Nolte De Russy New Orleans, La. .Michanii-al anil Eleclrlral; D.-lla Kapp.i I•:l-. i|arl; Cc 11. , ' . . . T. ( ' . II. 11. DfNKINS, Jr Baldwin, La. .Mi-thaiilcal and KU-clric-al ; Kappa .Mpl ' .a; Cariet t ' lirps. R. Lee Emery, Jr New Orleans, La. Technology: K.iiiita . lpha. Thomas Prince Farrar New Orleans, La. TechnoKicy; .Sli, ' ma I ' lli; Co. 10, S. A. T. C. Perry S. Feldman New Orleans, La. Ti-rhnolngy ; Cadet Corps. Robert Hewson Fine New Orleans, La. Technulngy: liela Thita fi; Co. 11, S. A. T. C. Walter P. Ford Cheneyville, La. Civil Engineering. Page one hundred six THE JAMBALA YA Charles Julius Fritchie Slidcll. La. Ti-clinolnKy: I ' o. 11 ' . H. A. T. •. James L. FulmER New Orleans. La. T. chnuloKy : ' ' " . n. S. A. T. t: Fernand C. Gancolfo. Jr New Orleans, La. civil KnKintMTln r; ( aiU-t Cnrp.s, J. v. GaUDET New Orleans. La. T»- -hnu!oey, Nathan L. Haas Opelousas. La. .ML- ' hunli ' al anil Electrical; Zcla Hcla Tnu; Cailot Col ps. Cecil Alfred Hallam Cllnlon. La. M.-clianical an.l Kl.-.li l.al. Rowland Healy New Orleans. La. Ti-chiH ' loiiy ; Kappa .Mplia. Drf.co Dieco y Hernandez New Orleans. La. ' !■■■ hiinloKy : ' Cailet Corps. William T. Hess New Orleans. La. .Mi ' chanlcal .in l 101i-ctri -al ; aik ' t Corps; .laml a1a. a Hcpi est iilal i ' C, Julian FIiller New Orleans. La. Ti-clinoloKy. I ' . J. Hoffman New Orleans. La. Cli.niic-al KiiKlnct-rlnK. ' a ' lct Corji. ' ?. I Iarvey Allen Jetmore New Orleans. La. T.ilinr.losy ; Kappa . ' ••iRma; Co. 11 S. . . T. c. Chas. Dennis Kalmback Shrevcpori. La. •| ' .clin " l.. ;y. F. Newton Kearney, Jr New Orleans. La. ' r i-liniil..yy ; Delta Knppa Rpallon. W. J. Kearney. Jr New Orleans. Ln. •I ' .-r hrioloty. Claude John Kelly New Orleans. La. ■| .-cliiioIoKy ; Cadet C.irps. Volney H. Kyle Houma. La. T. linoloKy; SlKIlla c|i:; Co. 11. H. A. T. i ' Lillian Kopeloff New Orleans. La. . l i-Iliteel!l|-e. Ri( hard Webster Leche New Orleans. La. .Mielianli al anil Kleelrli al ; llilla HiKina I ' lil. George V. LE GaRDEUR New Orleans. La. Te. liiiol..t: ; 111 In Tliila I ' l. DernaRD M. Levy Pallerson. La. ' rechnoloK. ' ; Cailet Col pfi. I.IONFI. C. Levy New Orleans. La. TeehnoloKy; Co. 11. S. A. T. C. A. J. LuiZZA New Orleans. Ln. T. . hnolciiiy. Junior Ludlow New Orleans, Ln. ' reiliiiiiloKy ; . iKinil Chi: Cndol Corpn Charles Byrne Lynch New Oriciins, Ln. .Mi ' i ' liMiili al ami ICIeelileal; .4. N. T. C F.RNEST E. McCoLLOUCH Fullerlon. Ln •llllllll.li.m . Cm 11. s. A. T. c Otto Theodore Maier New Orleans, Ln. Mil liaoli 1,1 mill Klielrlcnl; TilK-u- Viu. . i. A. T. C. Jost I ' ernandez Manero New Orlrani, Ln. Mei ' li ' tnleal and KlerlrlrnI Jacques P. Marks New Orleans, Ln. ci U t-:tik ' lnerrlnK: t mlel Corps. Paflf nttc Imrulrril ie fen P } -K THE JAMBALAYA IsADORE Marx New Orleans, La. ' i il Engineering. HOLMAN L. MiCHAELES New Orleans, La. TeclinoloKv; I ' o, 11. .■-:. . . T. I ' . Arthur Gayle Monette New Orleans, La. t ' ivil EnsineiTins; Co. 11. K. A. T. ( " . J. A. Milton Monlezun New Orleans, La. T..lim)logy, Co. 11. H. A. T. ' . J. C. Morris. Jr New Orleans, La. Ti- linulnsy ; c ' a.lil C.np. . Oscar William Morton New Orleans. La. ' ' nil EiiKineering. Roy D. B. MoYNAHAN New Orleans, La. Meclianical and Eli-ctrioal. Ceorce Michael Murrell Bayou Goula, La. .M. ' . hanical ami Kl. i-triial ; B.-la Tlifia I ' i; S. A. T. C. Edward M. Naberschnic New Orleans, La. ■IVrhncil. KV ; S. . . T. C. Keifer Newman New Orleans, La. Tfihnolosy ; Zcia H. ta Tau ; Caili ' t r..rps. Chaytor W. Oser New Orleans, La. Ti-chnology; Co. 11. S. A. T. ( ' . Isidore L. Pesses New Orleans, La. Terhnnlo-y: Cii. II. .S. A. T. C. Lewis Johnson Richardson New Orleans, La. .Mt ' clianical ami Kk-etrieal. Charles Lewis Rittenburc New Orleans, La. i i il ETisinii-ring. Joseph J. Ruffo New Orleans. La. Tetlinology ; Co. 11. .S. . . T. C. ; Bask.lball. S. J. Russell Shrevepori, La. clu-niical Engineering; Co. 11. .K. A. T. C. Harold M. Salmon New Orleans, La. Clii-inical Engim cring: Zeta Beta Tau. Andrew Schwartz Savannah, Ga. T.-ihiioIiigy ; Caili-l Ciirps. Helen Olga Teberne New Orleans, La. ( ' Iii ' mical Engimering. IsA Lee Thomas New Orleans, La. ' I .ehnology. Alvin Casmere Tainette Sulphur, La. ch.lnital Engineering. William Lyle Richeson New Orleans, La. Ti-rlinulog.N-; 1). lla Kappa Eiisilnn; ' arsit - Squad; Cia.ss President (1). RuLOl PH AdELBERT Todd New Orleans, La. T. ( linolDgy; Helta Kappa Ep.silon; Co. 11. S. . . T. C. ; Class Secretary and Tieasnrer. L. J. N. DU Treil New Orleans, La. Technology; .- ssociate Member ' Institute of Radio Engineers. 11. H . Truxillo New Orleans, La. Teelinologj- ; Cadet Corps. William Wharton New Orleans, La. Teehnology; Llella Tau Delta; Cadet Coi ' ps. Albert Wachenheim, Jr New Orleans, La. Civil Engineeiing ; .et.l Beta Tall. Oliver Perry Walker New Orleans, La. Civil Engineering; C ' l. 12. S. A. T. C. Peter Sidney Winchester, Jr New Orleans, La. Teolinology Special; .S. A. T. C. Robert S. Wynn Shrevepori, La, Teclinology; Cadet Cori).s. ' (jge tiftc huiiilrej eight THE JAMBALA YA CIIAKU.S I ' A ' lNL ll.NM.K, B.-S.. 1 1.1). DEAN 01 ' THE COLLEGE OK LAW " iij;r nnc iiiri. rci tifi» ' THE JAMBALA YA Page one hundrcii len THE JAMBALAYA Junior Law Class Roll Officers 1 Iarry I- uller PrcsicUnl J . Louis WaTKINS yicc-PrciiJcnl J. Lewis Watkins Treasurer Members Walter Carroll New Orleans, Ln. r a v: SiKma rhl; Preslrtonl Class (It; PiesfOont Fmum Lilorary Society (1): ManaKor ai-8lty Tonnia Team (1». I Iarry Fuller Bernice. La. I.:nv. I ' l-.siil.-nl Class (21. Morris P. Lecompte I louma. La I a v; Sfci ' flary M mH Court; Olendy Burke. Edwin F. Marx Monroe, La. Law; Zela Beta Tau; B.. . Tulall ' ; CantlUlall " Law StlKlmt Boily IM-esident. John D. Schmidt, Jr New Orleans. La. I.iiw; Xar.Hity Track III; I ' l.llly Cluli ( 1 ' i ; .Xiljiilaiil Cailet Ciups (;. ' ); Class r.M.llMill III; I ' liiss lllslni ' lan lU ' l. D. G. Stafford AlexancJii.i. La. Law; . .n. l.nuisluna . lale rnlveiHlty; Sigma .- l|iha Kpsllon. D. W. Stewart Minden, La. l.uw; .Mjiiia Tau omeKa; VIco-Presldcnl Moot Court ili; Dinnillory (.: »vernlnK U ' niiil. J. Louis Watkins Houma, La. Law; Tutn-War lil; Class rnotliali ill; Tulnne Cluli; rrinrh CIrelv III; Dormllnry Kootliail Team; Doiiiillory Ilasketliail ; Fllde Clul) C. ' ) ; Varsily Si|uail; Oienily Hurke (3); Vlee-l ' redUIint and Treasurer Class l.1 . Fred A. Wulff, Jr New Orleans. L.I. l.an ; Diitu .SiKmn I ' hl; WrestllnK. I ' agc one IniiiJrctl eleven THE j AMBALA YA Freshman Law Class History gj Sn NCE upon a time there lived a fellow who decided that he would go to t Jv college, even as you and I. So he hied himself forth to the nearest knowl- R -B edge factory and there applied iiimsell diligently to the study of the noble JSirT5 M law. And it came to pass that he forgot the very existence of others, so engrossed was he in the pursuit of elusive wisdom, and he thought only of how he might work twenty out of the twenty-four hours; yea, he became in the words of the ancient, " a greasy grind. " In time he graduated several lengths ahead of number two and set froth to pluck the waiting fortune from the legal tree. Sad to relate, as a success he was a total failure. And so he wailed loudly to the gods, bemoaning his fate, for, said he, " I have given up all the pleasures of youth to achieve success, and now this success has been denied me. " And the gods in their great wisdom made answer, " In your college life you chose to isolate yourself from all your fellows, you made no friends, and you gained only a knowl- edge of books; therefore have you failed. " There lived another fellow who likewise decided he would go through college. His main ambition in life was to discover the minimum of work which could be done to pre- vent ejection by the authorities. Class rooms he regarded with absolute aversion, and the very air of the library he considered poison gas. He found that the gay night lights were much more pleasing to the eyes than the glaring sunlight, and that his throat was strangely irritated by common water. To quote Justinian, he was a " hot sport. " By dint of much bluff, however, he managed to amble into the legal world a very bad last. But marvelous to relate he was not overwhelmed by a vast drove of clients as he had fully expected. Nay, his office even became the abode of the pensive spider and sportive moth. Therefore he complained to the gods in this wise: " Where are my friends of yesterday who were ever patting me on the back and calling me ' good scout? ' " And out of the heavens came this reply: " ' ou squan- dered your youth in pleasure-seeking and sport. Do not wonder if your friends deem you incompetent of a serious undertaking. " Now the Class of ' 2 1 enters Tulane with the firm intention of steering a safe mid- dle course. We realize the evils which result from an egotistical and perpetual grrsping for knowledge at the expense of valued friendships and of that which makes college life worth while. We are impressed with the fact that to make a success in life, more than simple book learning is required; and so our class has entered into the activities of college life with a zest. We have already among us a varsity football man, several varsity debaters, the speaker of the leading literary society, the editor of the college paper, and officers of several of the most important organizations in the University. As a class, we are planning to compete with all comers in any sport they may name and thus demon- strate in every way the oft-claimed title of " the best cla. s that ever hit the University. ' But we do not lose sight of the fact that we are also in college for the more serious pur- pose of working. And when the curtain rings down on our college life three years hence, we hope to prove a hundred per cent efficient by graduating our full class, without hav- ing lost a single man by the roadside. Page one hurulrej trvvtvc THE JAMBALAYA Page line huiulrej thirteen THE lAMBALAYA Freshman Law Class Roll Officers Arthur B. Simpson • President Edward L. Gladney, Jr Vicc-PresiJaU Edith Le Clercq Secrctarxi-Trcasurer Louis G. Lemle Jamhalaya Reftrcsenlalivc Members I Q Blouin New Orleans, La. Law. J. S. BouRDETTE, Jr New Orleans, Ln. Law. Abraham Bruchis New Orleans. La. La w. Benjamin Cohen New Orleans, La. Law: nii.skuthall. Oliver H. Dabezies New Orleans, La. Law; Dilta. f- ' i iiiia I ' lii; ' ar.sit " BasUcthall. Chester Ford New Orleans, La. Law . Devis Paul GaUDET LaFourche Crossing. La. Law. Edward L. Gladney. Jr New Orleans, La. Law; .Mpha ' Pan OnieKa; ief-rri ' .siilrtit Class; IJiul Lt. Iiilanlr.w F.DWIN H. Grace . " . . . New Orleans. La. Law. Frederick Purnell Hagaman Jackson, La. Law; i ' lii Kappa . ' iKHia. Delaware Kemper New Orleans. La. Law. Robert S. Kline Mangham, La. Law. Vm. Martin Lathrop New Orleans, La. Law; .Mpha Tan (InicKa; Tug cil ' Wai- ( 1 ' I ; Class Knotball (1); WreslliiiK (I, Ji; Class I ' lesidcnt (lit. Edith LeClercq Dallas, Te.xas Law: Pi Beta Phi: Secretary-Treasurer Class. Louis G. Lemle New Orleans, La. Law; Zeta IJela Tan; .Iainl ala a Uepn-senlalivo. Leon LevITAN New Orleans, La. Law. Lloyd M. Lowy New Orleans, La. Law. Page one IninJrctl fmirleen THE JAMBALAYA y 0 William H. McClendon, Jr Amite City. La. I..aw: Kappa Alpha: Manager Class Athlcllrs, J. F. McLouCHLIN New Orleans, La. Law; I ' hi Delta Theta; Assi.stant Treasurer Law (Mass; Vlce-Preslilenl . ophnniore . t-ts and . " i-ience ( ' iass. Joanna Magdalen Palermo New Orleans. La. Liiu. William A. Porteous, Jr New Orleans. La. Law: Alpha Tau Omega. Adoi.ph Kaufman Scharff New Iberia. La. L.i« ; Kiippa Delia Phi: Z.ta Beta Tau: Kdllor-ln-Chlef " Tulane Weekly " : llanaKer X ' arsity iias. hall; Clemly Hurke; chairman Tulane Oratorical and Debating Coun -il. Lester Danial Scharff New Iberia, La. Law; Zeta Beta Tau: Man. ' iging lOiIitor " Tulane Weekly " ; .latnhalaya Itepresi-ntaliye Glendy Burke: Tulane OratorlrnI and Dehaling Council. Arthur Browne Simpson Arcadia. La. Law: Delia Sigma Phi; Kappa Delia Phi; B.. . Tulane lalS; President Class: Speaker Glently Burke; Manager Track Team; Varsity Football; Track; Wrestling; Chairman of Student Committee on V. M. C. A. Activities, John L. Toler Biloxi, Miss. Law; A.n. : Beta Thela PI. Isaac Wahlder Alexandria, La Law; I ' uMiMiu tf ' iin Debates and Moot Court. Miss Margaret Wooster Cenicrvillc, La. Law; Alpha Delta PI. Page one liiimlreJ fifieen THE JAMBALA YA ISADORF, D L:R, Ph.B., M.D. DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF MECICINE AND PHARMACY Page one hunjretl sixteen THE JAMBALAYA Senior Medical Class History HEN the subject of history is mentioned to a member of the Medical Class of 1919, he proudly speaks up " that ' s us all over. " For to write a history that would do justice to the Class of 1919 would require the most earnest efforts of one as " Buddie " (he has been writing a book for five years). So for reasons enough it will be necessary to mention in this brief sketch only the greater thmgs concerning our life as a class. During the month of September. 1914. Tulane bid welcome to its keeping, a group of sixty-five earnest, ambitious individuals, filled with vigor and determination to master ihe art of healing. This indeed was a momentous event in the calendar of each individual life. As we first ascended three flights of stairs and calmly awaited the first meeting with our professor, who calmly entered (not a bit excited) and greeted us, " So this is the Freshman Class. " Thus began our first acquain- tance with the mighty Hardesly. and under his guidance by the close of the term some few of our number were able to differentiate " kidney cells " from " liver cells, ' with the aid of a microscope. In the dissecting room we were wizards. Soon we knew why certain groups of muscles were called " horse- back muscles. " and where the " area oO romance " originated. And, loo, we learned the greatest secret of the day " from Bean. ' the art of judging the length of one ' s " insides " by the character of his ear. Now, this is an extremely fine point in anatomy and one that will prove very beneficial to the future patient that may come for treatment. And so " My Babies ' were instructed into the mysteries of chemistry (still a mystery) and judging from the interest taken by most members of the class, these lectures were of a great benefit (they were asleep). At the conclusion of the first year all members of the class, with few exceptions, were qualified as Sophomores. It was during the Sophomore year that the real value of the class was appreciated. We soon learned the reason for calling certain objects " Dendrites " and others " Neurones. " Then the act of catching an organism on a plate of culture media and telling why it was " This and not Thai was indeed a small test for our class, as even the " K.ing ' readily admitted we were the best yet. After learning all offered concerning organisms, we acquired a vast knowledge of ' Pathology with the kind guidance of " Focus, Max! ' That phrase lingers in our minds more forcibly than any f alhology lecture. During this year. too. we were introduced into the mysteries of Physiology under the new professor of that department. Dr. V. E. Garry, formerly of Washington University. It was here we discovered ihe fact that a dead frog can withdraw his fool from an irritating acid and that a dead turtle can main- tain the rhythm of its heart beat. To impress upon a faculty member the fact that medical students appreciate iheir " mess " and to tmbue the spirit of punctuality, certain members of our class deemed it wise to purchase an alarm clock. On this eventful day only the alarm clock remained for the lecture. It was also during this year that we decided that the idea of holding exams at night was not within keeping of our ideals, in respect to our wishes the faculty abolished night exams. Now the future classes are no longer subjected to the ordeal of suffering an examination from 7 p. m. to 10:30 p. m.. and ihcn washing away their sorrows and down the joys from I a. m. to 5 a. m. and then back all fresh for a good day ' ? work. During this year it was our privilege to contribute a few of our members to the great World War. Those that remained did so with the keen sense of duly, prompted with one desire lo pre- pare themselves for the great conflict when needed. The beginning of our third year opened wide the avenues for new thought. The impressive walls of the hospital and clinics, holding within all the various degrees of suffering, each an interesting story to itself. During this year with the untiring efforts of our instructors the battles of ihc medical man were unfolded, and the responsibilities of those who have for their mission the relief of suffering impressed upon us. With earnest and untiring efforts we fought the battles of this year, during which we acquired much valuable knowledge. I hen after due reckoning by those in whom our fate rested, we were pronounced ready to ascend to the dignified position of Senior. I lere as Seniors our class has been a dominnni factor in University life. We started the year under a very serious handirap nil of our members were in the S. A. T. C. — enough said. During the great influenza epidemic all the members of our class lived up lo traditions and rendered noble and efficient medical service to thr su fir ring of I .ouisinnn. In reviewing now ihr final personnel of our number it ts wilh regret ihol ns we call the first name un our roll. Phillip Mt Kinlry Awlrey. we are reminded that for this member final laps have sounded; a genial fellow, liked and regretted by all. Due lo various causes, many of ihe original clasi have with- drawn from our ranks, but we have had ihe pleasure of welcoming amongst us students from other uni- versities. Now for the last sirrtt h nnd tl irn over the lii The member of the Class of |9I9 look out on the world with confidence. And a we part, each individual lo a different »eclion of our country, it will be our constant endeavor to so conduct our lives thni we may uphold the dignity of our anrieni and noltle profession and do honor to the grand old name I ulane the peer of them nil. located in ihe fair land of Dixie. Adieu! Tlir. HISTORIAN Page one humlred severifeen MiKAh ' .. ' h ' ,rJh. ! i l.J .....Uy ' ' " ' ' % " ' ' ' - - - - ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' --- ' ' — ■i i.j.-v- ■-.. :• ■■ ...v . ' : i .j-..- .,i - A.-r.: t.-, -.-Ji, -■•- - -- I j UAUAUAUAUAUAUAyAUAU AL AUAUAUAUAUAUAUA Senior Medical Class Roll Philip McKinley Autrey Steele. Ala. Medical; Delta Sigma Phi; Chi Zeta Chi. " Absent in bo }y hut prcsenl in -spirit. " Whereas our classmate. Philip McKinley Autrey has met with such untimely fate when so near the accomplishment of the noble end to which his ambition had spurred him, and; Whereas his success was in most part due to his own manly efforti, and; Whereas he had endeared himself to every member of his class through his honest, out- spoken manner, and that particular jovial air, therefcre, Be it resolved. That: The Sensor Class express its profound regret at the death of Philip McKinley Autrey and extend its most sincere sympathy to his parents and relatives and those who loved him, and further. Be it resolved. That: Fhesc resolutions be incorporated in the records of the Class and t copy be sent to his family. Senior Medical Class Roll Claude Moseley Baker New Orleans, La Medical; Chi Zela Chi; Siars and Bars. " Xfcet then ihc Senior, far rcnomncj for sense, IVith rev ' rcnt ante, but decent confidence. " John Alfred Beals New Orleans. La. Medical; Alpha Omega Alpha; Inslruclor development of Anatomy; Instructor Depl. Chemistry; Interne Charily Hospital; Company 12. " Life is no life Hfithotil the hlt;siinf of a fncndl)} arul an cdif fing conversation. " DORF Bean Kirbyville, Texa.s Medical; Ph.C. Tulane ' 12; Nu Sigma Nu; Stars and Bars; Vice-Presi- dent Class (2). " hale noboil ), I am in c iori ji l»i i the annld. " Stanford Ernest Bertha Hattiesburg. Mississippi Medical; Beta Thela Phi; Phi Chi; B.S. University of Miss.; Varsity Baseball Miss. College; Class Foothall ; Varsity Daseliall University of Miss. " Mclbinl(3 there abides in llice. Some concord of humanity . " j l iu,„ ;!i ,iti.,, l , , 11, i; _,,, ,ii TT yAWAUAyAUAUAUAUAuEjA AWAUA ' Senior Medical Class Roll Gilbert M. Billings Raleigh, North Carolina Medical; B.A., B.S., Wake Forest, N. C; Alpha Kappa Kappa. " The worlJ l(noiDS nolhing of ili grealcsl men. " R. W. Blackmar Columbus, Georgia Medical; B.S. University of Ga.; Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Naval Unit. " Had ihy great Jesting but given the sh(iil To nonj as Tvelt as pouter to act her rvill. " Margaret P. H. Bowden New Orleans, La. Medical; P resident of Woman ' s Medical Association of Tulane University; Class Poet; Alpha Omega Alpha; Stars and Bars. " 5 ic needs no eulogy She spcal s for herself. " Miles J. Brady New Orleans, La. Medical; Phi Beta Pi; Company 12; " Miles Brady, he is so small A rat could eat Itini, hat and all. " A-WAV AV AUAUAUA,UAyAUAUAL AWAUAUA.UAUAUAWAUAUAUAP Senior Medical Class Roll W. R. BROOKSHtR, Jr Fort Smith, Arkansas Medical: Kappa Sigma; Phi Bela Pi; A.B. Ouachita College. " IV hence is thy learning? Hath ihy toil O ' er lyool i comumcil the niiilni ht oil? " James Everett Bussey Long View, Texas Medical: Delia Tau Delia; Chi Zela Chi; Company 12. ' ' Scarce Ifnonring if he Jifish to go or sta)f. Being too full of sleep to unJcrslanu, Jose Polanco j; Gonzales Isabelle, Porto Rico Medical; Company 12. " Attempt the cnJ, anj never stand to tloubt ; Nothing ' s so hard but search fill find it out. " BerneY Sumner Clay Bessemer Alabama Medical; D.V.M. Ala. Polytechnic ln«liliilf; Fooll.ail I9I()I7 (Capl.) ; Ba»kell,nll I9I6- " I7 ' I8 (Capt.) 19; Knppa P»i ; .Alpha Omena Alpha; Slarft and Bars; Company 12. " With such deceits he gained their cas hearts. Too prone to credit hi perfidioua arts. " ' ' Jid! " ' ' " JH ' % - " ' «»Mnfhfi " ' " ■i . yj ' l " " ' ' j VV ' L AyAUAUlUAUAUAUAuEjAL JAUAUAUAUlUAUAUAy y y Senior Medical Class Roll Victor Cefalu, Jr New Orleans, La. Medical; Chi Zela Chi; Class President (1. 2); Company 9. " Speaking si cvicc is belter than ienscles5 speech. " Beverly W. Cobbs Montgomery, Ala. Medical; A.B. The Unlveisily of the Soulh; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. " He ivas a scbotui, and an apt and good one. " Willie S. Crawford Marianna, Arkansas Medical; Company 9; Chi Zela Chi. " Not even Hell with all its ponier to damn. Can add one curse to the vile thing 1 am. " ToLBERT C. Crosswell Eros, Louisiana Medical; Education. La. Slate Normal; Company 9; Vice-President Freshman Class; Chi Zela Chi. " But alas, no sea I find Is troubled lil(e a lover ' s mind. " AyiyZuAUAUAUAUAyAUAUAL AUAUAUAUAUAUAUAUAUAUi Senior Medical Class Roll Russell B. Davis Bond, Mississippi Medical; Chi Zeta Chi; Company 9. " Care to our coffin adds a nail, no doubt. And every; grin, so mcrr f, draTvs one out. ' Joseph P. Deignan Columbus, Georgia Medical ; Company 9. " Spcat(ing silence is belter than senseless speech " J. A. DiLLMAN Paragould, Arkansas Medical; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Kappa Kappa: Company 9. " A y cn yi jvorj have ever come too short of mji desires, )et fitted with m abilities. " Robert G. Douglas Dixie, Louisiana Medical; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Kappa Sigma; B.S., L. 5. U.; Preiident Senior Class; Company 9. " IVhose mighty sense Floas in fit aords and icuvcn ji eloquence. " p l r ; jm ' - ' j g5iS i;L ' K . ' fe-t ' i ' » W«, ' - ' - " f i J) UAyAyAyAUAUAUAyAUAUAL AW7vUAUA A.UAUAQ yMiA Senior Medical Class Roll Jules E. Dupuy New Iberia, Louisiana Medical; Phi Beta Pi; Company 12. " Anil torture one poor rvorJ ten ibou ianJ ways. " Rancis Burt EhlINGER New Orleans, Louisiana Medical; Nu Sigma Nu; Phi Delta Thela; President Sophomore Class; Student Council 16-17; B.S. Texas A. and M.; Company 9. " One thorn of experience is JVortb a Tvhole ipi Jcrricss of ivarning. " Henry B. Paris New Orleans, Louisiana Medical; B.A. Jefferson College. " am whatever T) as, or r ' i, or will he " Nell Elizabeth Ford San Francisco, California Medical; Alpha F.psilon Iota; A.B., A.M. Leland Stanford University. " The happy talent of pleasing either those ahovc )ou or heloa you seems to be wholly Juc (a the opinion they have of your sincerity, " AM UAUAUAWAUAUAUAUAL.JAWAUAUA A ' AUAM Senior Medical Class Roll Joe M. Funderburk Hot Sulpliur Springs. Colorado Medicine; Company 9. " Chccr ' il up himself n ith enJi of verse. And sa lngi of philoiophen. " Brooks D. Good Columbus, Mississippi Medical; B.S. Universily of Mississippi; Company 9. " Anil cvcr)f tongue hflngs in a scvctal laic. Anil cvcrxi talc contlcmns mc for a villian. " Richard Alexander Hale Camilla, Texas Medical. " For ihcc I Jim ihae ejiej, and stuff this head, IVilh all such reading as nifls nei ' er read. " Romeo Rupert Halfocre Seminary, Mississippi Medical. " Long experience made him so e. ILJ Il ft ' " .n . ]f . .n gili - ' «un f,.,Mv ,li . ' ' ' L,il-JLj Ki ULululukULUkUkUkUKUA AKJAUMJJ MJJfi Senior Medical Class Roll Arthur A. Hobbs Kansas City, Missouri Medical; Delia Tau Delia; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Chi Sigma; A.B. Missouri University. Company 9. " From ioil he wins his spirits light. From busy tla the peaceful night. " Walter R. HolLIDAY Meridian, Mississippi Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu; B.A. and B.S.— B.A. Meridian College; B.S. University of Miss.; Company 9. " have learned, in whatever state I am, iherervith to be content, ' Paul Dickson Holloway Collins, Mississippi Medical; Phi Kappa Psi; Nu Sigma Nu; B.S. Universily of Mississippi. " He Ifnows the mater best n ho has TVaileJ through it. " Brantley Mattaner Johnson Macon. Georgia Medical; A.B, Meridian College; Naval Unit. " tVe grant althn ' he haJ much ivil, He mas vcrij " shy " of using it, " AM AWAWAWAUA AWAWA AWA AWA tf A A j AUAUAUAUAP Senior Medical Class Roll Chas. H. Kirkpatrick, Jr Arcadia. Florida Medical; Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu; Company 9. " Mclf}tnl(s I am hccomtng a Ph jiician. ' Henry Lofton KiTTS Corytown, Tennessee Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa: Alpha Omega Alpha; Stars and Bars; Company 12. " BeiDarc ihc fur f of a patient man. " Wilkes Adams Knolle New Orleans. Louisiana Medical; B.S. Tulane; Secretary (2); Chairman l-y Day Committee; Kappa Psi; Alpha Omega Alpha; Stars and Bars. " Th f labors may one Ja f mal(e thee great. " Richard S. Kramer Franklin, Louisiana Chi Zeta Chi; Company 12. " There are some remedies ivorse than the Jiseaie. " „ jriv. " jlr., .j% ' - ' t Senior Medical Class Roll James O. Lowe Nettleton, Mississippi Medical; Delia Tau Delia; B.S. Unlvcisily of Mississippi; Phi Chi; Company 9, S. A. T. C. " True as tbc Jial to the .sun Although it be not s iinc t;pon. " Shirley Carlton Lyons Sulphur, Louisiana Medicine; Phi Kappa Sigma; Alpha Kappa Kappa; S. N. T. C; Class Histonan. " Pains of love are srvceler far Than all other pleasures are. " John Jett McGuire Dcfuniak Springs, Florida Medicine; B.A. Newcomb; M.A. Tulane ; Secrelary-Treasurer Alpha Omega Alpha; Secrelary-Treasurer Woman ' s Medical Associalion of Tu- lane; Commillee on Ivy Day; Alpha Omega Alpha; Slars and Bars. " She reason ' il without plodding long. Nor ever gave her judgment ivrong. " AlDEA Maher New Orleans, Louisiana Medicine; Chi Zela Chi; Co. 9. S. A. T. C. " With Tvisdom fraught, not such as hoolfs. But such as practice taught. K3 UL }UKUiULUkUkUkUkUA AUAUJ JA J! ! Senior Medical Class Roll Hugh L. McLaukin Dallas, Texas Medicine; Beia Thela Pi; Phi Chi; Vice-President Senior Medical Class; Ivy Day Commillec; Company 9, S. A. T. C. ' An honest man, cloic bullon ' tl to the chin, Khal i jvithout, and a Tvarm heart Tirilhtn. " Hugh Carroll McLeod Hatiicsburg. Mississippi Medicine; Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu; B.S. University of Mississippi; Foolball; Company 9, S. A. T. C. " utas never lea alone than Ufhen hy m}fiei . ' Edwin Guy McMillan Laurinburg, N. C . Medicine; B.S. Wake Forest College; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Company 9. S. A. T. C. " And Bi icn a lad f ' s in the cusc Vou i noip alt other things give place. " Benjamin ManHOFF San Antonio, Texas Medicine; Class lliilorian (2); President (i); Class Ni«ht Committer; Phi Beta Pi; Stars and Bart. " He has a firm reason, a temperate ivill. And endurance, foresight, strength and ilcUl, " IkKJ KUkU kUkUkUkU n Tj Senior Medical Class Roll John R. Martin Georgetown, Texas Medicine; Chi Zela Chi. " On iheir oJDn mcriU motlcsl men arc dumb. " Charles Millender Asheville, N. C. Medicine; A.B. University of North CaroMna; Company 12, S. A. T. C. " He IS ofl Ihc m scsf man. Who 15 not Ti hc al all. " A. MOGABGAB New Orleans, Louisiana Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Track (1); Company 12, S A. T. C. " O Tvhat men dare do! jvhat men may do! IVhat men dady do, not fnon ing jvhal lhe j do! " Harry E. MuRRY Bearden, Arkansas Medicine; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Company 9, S. A. T. C. " Often the cocljoft h empty in those IVhom nature hath built man ) stories high. " =35= M J UAUiyAUAUAUAUAyA JAUALJAUA.gi UAWl PA AM Senior Medical Class Roll Paul T. Nkely Belleville, Texac Medi cine: Alpha Kappa Kappa; Delia Tau Delia; Company 12, S. A. T. C. " Farmer, philanlhropiil, cowpunchcr And an intimale fricnj of ' Bilbo. ' " John Kimball Parish, Jr Ashland. Wisconsin Medicine; Kappa Psi. " Quitii arc the ihingi thai are aomclimea tal(en from the pinion) of oiic gooic {Prof.) to spread the opiiiioni of another. " James S. Parker Elrod, Alabama Medicine; Kappa P«i ; B.S. Universily of Alabama; Co. 9, S. A. T. C. " The more informed, the lea he understood. And deeper sunlf floundering in ihc mud. " Calmn C. Perdue Furman, Alabama Medicine; Phi Delta Thela; Kappa Psi; A.B. Marion Mililary Inttitule; Company 9, S. A. T. C. " A y only hool(s lucre JVoman ' s loolfs. And folly ' s alt the) have laughl me. " Senior Medical Class Roll Philip S. Perkins Sulphur, Louisiana Medicine; Phi Kappa Sigma; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Interfra ' ernily Coun- cil (3); Vice-President Class (3); Finance Commi;iee (4); Company 9, S. A. T. C. " Whale er he Jiil jvas done ivilh io much ease. In him alone ' iTvas natural to please. " Jose Polanco y Gonzalez Isabelle, Porto Rico Medicine; Company 12, S. A. T. C. " Lei the world slide, lei ihe luorld go ; A fig for care, and a fig for Jvoc. " Harry W. PricHETT Danville, Virginia Medicine; Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Rho Sigma; Company 9, S. A. T. C. ; Chairman Invilalion Commillec. " Though I ma f not be able to inform men more than they noiD, Yet 1 ma]) give Aem the occasion to consider, " Thomas L. RennIE Pell City, Alabama Medicine; Delta Tau Delia; Nu Sigma Nu; Stars and Bars; A.B. Ala- bama Presbyterian College; Company 9, S. A. T. C. " IVhen free from folt j, n e to ivisdom rise, " J UAyAUiyiUAUAUlUAUAUAL- AUAUA UAlJAUAUAU UA i A i At Senior Medical Class Roll Florence S. Richard Gretna, Louisiana Medicine. " These arc Ihc times ihat Iry men ' s souls. " Euripides Sil a, Jr Cabo-Rojo, Porto Rico Medicine. " The ccnstanl tenor of his tucll-spcnl days. No less JcscrveJ a jusi return of praise " WiEL G. SciiULTZ Oklalioma City. Oklahoma Medicine; Kappa Sigma: Phi Bela Pi; M.E.R.C; B.S. Oklahoma Uni- verjily. " Cood judgment is his gift. " Ben F. Smith Southwest City, Missouri Medicine; Delia Tau Delia; Acacia; Nu Sigma Nu; A.B. University of Missouii; Company 9, 5. A. F. C. " Tis belter lo have loved and loti. Than never to have loved at all " M n , .,,j i . l i. j,i, ■i„ U,.., ;;.. ! ' - ' ' .: Xk: ' M ,}i MJh-. -f == K ;iliyj! JyUlUlUkU}JJkUKUkUkLJAUA.d£jAUJ U Senior Medical Class Roll Edwin B. Spilman Claude, Texas Medicine; B.S. Tulane; Thela Nu Epsilon; A.M.P.O.; Texas Cactus (1, 2); Company 12, S. A. T. C. " IVe coiihj iliilinguiih and divide A hair, ' ijvixt south and soulhivest side, " Archie Taylor Humphreys, Mississippi Medicine; B.S. University of Mississippi; Company 9, S. A. T. C. " His room, with cans of " Pillar-rocli " stored. With bananas peeled and cocoanuts bored. " Albert R. Thomas Talisheek, Louisiana Medicine; Phi Beta Pi; M.E.R.C. " Absence of occupation is not rest, A mind quite vacant is a mind distress ' d. " Otis Richard Thompson Pine Hurst, Louisiana Medicine; Ph.B. Emory University; Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa kappa; Jambalaya Rcpresenlalive (1); Class Historian (2); Student Assistant in Anatomy (1, 2,); Senior Night Committee; Company 9, S. A. T. C. " am his Highness ' dog at Keli (Presbyterian Hospital) I ' rap tell me. Sir — Jvhosc dog arc you? " WAV AWAWA. AWA A AWAWA ' A AyJAWAV AWAUAyAUAUA Senior Medical Class Roll Robert Bo-vd Wallace Camden, Alabama Medicine; B.S. Tulanc University; Chairman Jambalaya Commillec Senior Class; Company 9, S. A. T. C. ' 7 slept, and drcamci} thai life nifla beauty. I aTvolfC, and found that life Tvas dut) . " Tom M. Watson Wagram, North Carolina Medicine; B.S. Wake Forest; Alpha Kappa Kappa; M.E.R.C. " Yes, ioclal friend (pipe), tovc ihee luetl, Th } clniiiU all other ctnuih dispil " Arthur W. West New Orleans, Louisiana Medicine; Company 9, S. A. T. C. " hope one morning to ini)al(e And find mjise famnm. " Earl Thomas White Mcngold, Mississippi Medicine; Phi Beta Pi; Alpha Omega Alpha; Stars and Bars; Secretary and I reasurer Class (4). " W iocVr cjtcc .i in vihat me prize Ap carr a rcrc fn niir t-ve . 7 x% , i . Wi " - " . 3 ■ - - — ™— - .-.. -.J.-.m-.M. nm.... — — . ■ y.,.j 1, ,.,11,111 . . . , . ■ . - ■■ .... ■ Senior Medical Class Roll William Washington Wilkerson Montgomery, Alabama Medicine; Kappa Sigma; Nu Sigma Nu; Company 9. S.A.T.C. " Or else laf es up an atmanac And gobbles all the dates " John C. Wilson Columbus, Arkansas Medicine; Phi Be ' a Pi; Company 9, S.A.T.C. " a ' tnl afcar ' tl to argif}} the topic Jvith im. " Irwin J. Wolff Bastrop, Louisiana Medicine; B.A. Louisiana Slalc Univcisily; Alpha Chi Si ma; Jamba- laya Commillee (4). " Mentioned b request at the usual advertising rates. " B. F. WoOLSEY Hennessey, Oklahoma Medicine; Kappa Alpha; Phi Beta Pi; B.S. University of Oklahoma; Company 9, S. A. T. C. " He hulJs it a vice in his goodness Not to do more than he is requested. " THE JAMBALA YA Junior Medical Class History HREE years ago we, the present Juniors, entered the Freshman Medical Class of Tulane with the determination to collect our scattered thoughts and ideas which were wandering in various and sundry places and con- centrate them upon one theme. Medicine. The backwoods of nearly every Southern State was represented, and the map of each State was stamped mdelibly upon the face of its representative. We plodded through the Freshman year with its trials and tribulations and unsavory tasks. How well we can all recall climbing those eld stairsteps at I :30 P.M. every day in the week, every week in the month, and every month in the eight, with that back-break- ing Anatomy balanced on our right hips. Not to save our lives could we get the con- nection of being a physician with the tasks assigned us, such as differentiating between a muscle tendon and a peripheral nerve. In this sea of darkness we passed from the Freshman to the Sophomore year. While Sophomores one of our professors gave us the name of " A Lazy Class. " We won ' t attempt to deny this, but we do wish to state that it was only a matter of self- preservaticn. After a hard day ' s work " Chasing Frogs " around the Physiology Lab- oratory ; {performing painless operations upon dogs ; counting the wrinkles in some poor fellow ' s brain in the .Neurology Laboratory; juggling cocci, bacteria and spirella in the Bacteriology Laboratory, we had to be lazy the rest of the day to give nature a chance to repair the awful destruction of body tissues. During this year we did get a ray of light through the darkness of what we were going to be, but we must admit that we were slill in a cloud when we passed from the Sophomore into the Junior year, which was destined to be one of the most memorable of our lives. On September 27, 1918, we presented ourselves as of yore for registration as Jun- iors. We found everything in confusion, due to the fact that the whole student body was to be inducted into the .S. .A. I . C. as provided by the Government. By the middle of October we were all established in barracks at Camp Martin and then indeed the clouds overhead opened and poured forth trouble, that they had witjiheld for centuries. It landed squarely upon our heads and bowed us Id ihe ground uiulenuMlli its weight. Some of our classmates were wise and lucky enough lo enlist in the Navy, and there iheir troubles ended. But let me come back to the rest of us who were destined lo endure as men had never endured before. At about this time llu- " llu " ni.ide its entrance into the drama wiiich was being played, and the result was quar.inline. Right then we stop|X ' d being students and started being soldiers. Out o( bed at 5:43 A.M. and so on; the regu- lar old army routine which is useless to repeat, for it is as familiar lo us all as our A, B, Cs. lo give us variety, such things as K. P., fatigue, scattering cinders, cl icU-ra. were mixed in lo prevent life growing monotonous. We were assigned lo K. P. duly lo receive Pafte " fir hiiiuhcil ihirly-icven THE JAMBALA YA thorough instruction in the army ' s cuhnary department, and, by the Great Horn Spoon, we got it. We soon came to the conclusion that we were in a concentration camp for cooks and waiters, whose paramount duty was to supply men for kitchen duty in France. And drill, only seven hours a day. that ' s all. We were quick-timed to our meals, quick- timed to classes, quick-timed to the University at night for study period until it became such a habit to us to be quick-timed that we actually ate and slept at quick time. Deliverance, for on the morning of the 1 I th of November the armistice was an- nounced to the world. Up until this time we had supposed that the Government was to pay our tuition, but the Government suppo;ed olherwise when the world war ended. There- fore we were kicked out, not put out, upon a cold wor!d, not physical, but financial wrecks. Most of us took up the thread of our medical work where it had been broken, while others took up with the " flu. " We hope to graduate next year, and we fir.-nly believe that after this combination of experiences, through which we have passed, that we shall be able to sail over the rest of Life ' s Solemn Main as easily and as smoothly as a ship sails over a quiet sea. Class Historian. Pflgf one InifiJrcJ ihirhj-fi hl THE JAMBALA YA t ' age one Iniiulrcil l iirlli-iiiiic THE JAMBALA YA Junior Medical Class Roll Officers Joseph Clyde Bruner President Sam Hobson, Jr Vice-Presidcnl Clarence John Wichser Secrelar}) Douglas Ledbetter Kerlin Hhlorian Members A. L. Adam Louisiana M.-Oiiitip; t ' lii Rho S- ' iKiiia; S. N. T. C. Fred Adams Austin, Texas Mrdicitit-: A.B. L ' nivi-rsity of Missjysippi ; t ' onipanx ' 1 ' . S. A. T. C. William O. Allen New Orleans, La. .Mfcliriiu-; Ph.G. Atlanta. E. L. Armstrong New Orleans. La. jri-Jiiliu ■•, c. ' lii Zeta Clii; CniiiiiaTiy 12, S. A. T. i ' . Alexander Axelrod Housion, Texas Mcilii-ilir, George C. Battalora New Orleans. La. .Mfdiiiiie: Clii Zeta t ' lii : Conipany II. S. A. T. C. Terry L. Bennett JoncsviUe, Li. .Mcilieinc; ( ' (.mpany ' J. S. A. T. C. John Alexander K. Birchett, Jr Vicksburg, Miss. .M. .ll.iiM ; 11,-lla lau Delta: j ' u Simfja . u; l ' .)mpany !l, .■ . A. T. C. F. B. BlackMAR Columbus, Ga. . Kdkini-; Kappa , lplui ; . lplia Kappa Kai.pa; P. N. T. f. Homer R. BlincoE Columbus. Kans. Medicine: .V.B,; M.S. rniver.sily of Kansa.s; Piii Br-la Kappa; Sigma Chi; Phi ( ' hi; Company 1:;. S. A. T. C. Irwin James Boulet New Orleans, La. Medicine; Delta Sisnia I ' hi; Kappa Tsi; Conipany 12, S. A. T, C. Robert L. Bowlin Cockrum, Miss. .Medicine; Coniiiany 12, S. A. T. C. Charles Lafayette Brown Delia, Texas Medicine; riii Kapiia Sigma; Kappa I ' si ; U.S. Tulane; r ' onipany ! ' , S. A. T, c. Joseph Clyde Bruner Rayne. La. ■Medicine; B. A. Louisiana State I ' niyersity ; Pi Kaiip.i .Mpli.a; Alplia Kappa Kappa Class I ' resident 131; Conipany 12. S. .A. T. I ' . Felix Reville Brunot Pittsburg, Pa. Medicine; Sigma -Mplia lOpsilon; .Mpli.a Kappa Kappa; Company 12. S. v . T. c. Jesse DeWitt Burkhead Opelika, Ala. Medicine; .Alpha Tau cnnga; Company 9. .s, A. T. (. ' . John H. Carter Pensacola, Fla. .Medicine; . lplla Tau Omega; Company 12, S. A. T. C. Oscar T. Christoffer Mart, Texas .Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Kappa Psi; Company 9, S. A. T. C. ; Company 9 Footliall. Brooks A. Colomb Romeville, La. edil■ine; liela Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu ; Company :k S. A. T. C. Julius M. Davidson Greenwood, Miss. Medicine; .Mpha Phi Sigma; Company !i. S. A. T. C. Page one littnjred fofl)) THE JAMBALAYA ry Roy E. Delahoussaye Franklin, La. Medicine; Beta Thcla Pi; Phi Uho Sigma; B.S. Spiinu Hill College; Company 12. .S. A. T. C. Thad a. Fears Pineland. Texas . l ili ine; Delta Sigma Phi; Cln Zita Clil; Company 1;;. S. A. T. C. Richard J. Field Cenireville, Miss. Mi-dioine; Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu; ' arslty Football; Company II. S. A. T. C. Samuel Eugene Field Cenireville, Miss. Medicine; Sigma ' hi; Nu Sigma Xii ; Senili Football; Company J. . . A. T. c. Henry A. Folse ' . Klot?ville, La. .Medicine; Phi Beta Pi; A.R. Jeflfraon College: Company 12, S. A. T. c. Harry Joseph French Si. Mariinville, La. Medicin.-: phi Rlio Sigma; Comi)any 9. S. A. T. C. John Marsh Frere Franklin. La. Medicine; Sigma . lijha Epsilon; Phi Chi; Company ' J, S. A. T. ' . Frank Callo New Orleans, La. .Medicine; Company 12. S. A. T. C. Walter Peters Gardiner New Orleans, La. Medicine; Beta Thela Pi; Phi Chi; B.S. Tulane; Company •). S. A. T. c. E. S. Garrett, Jr Mi. Willing. Ala .Medicine; Phi Hlio Sigma; Company 9. S. A. T. C. Wayne Gilder Linden, Ala. Medicine; Sigm.a Alpha Kp.silon; . lplia Kappa Ivappa; A.B. Southern I ' niverslty; c.mpany 9, S. A. T. C. J. D. GladNEY Homer. La. .Mcdlilnc; Phi Beta Pi; Lambda Chi .Mplin; Company 12. S. . . T. C. Lewis Melvin Gooch Paris, Texas .M.-.licliic; I ' lil Kappa Sigma; Phi Rho Sigma; Company 9, S. A. T. C. Sam V. GranaTa Berwick, La. M.,li,lne; Company 9, S. A. T. C. Carl Cranberry Lake, Miss. .Medlclni-; U.S. Oklahoma . . M.; Phi Kho Sigma; Company 12. S. A. T. c. I. M. Gravlee Amory, Miss. Medicine; Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu; ompany 12, S. A. T. C. Julian Hawthorne New Orleans, La. Medlclni-; Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa; (Mass President (It; Compaiiv 9. S. A. T. C. Guy Wilkinson Heath Troy, Ala. .Medicine; Kappa PmI; Company 9. S. A. T. C. Sam Hobson, Jr Brandon, Miss. .Medicine; Phi Kappii Sigma; Chi .ela Chi; hiHH Vice-President (III: Compmiy 9. S. A T. I ' . James Mortimer Hoffman New Orleans, La. .Mcdicin, . . .u. St. .Moyxius College; Company 9. S. A, T. c. Isaac C. Huccins Waynesboro, Miss. Medicine; phi Kappa Sigma; Kappa P»l : Compilliy 12, S. A. T. C. John D. Humber Greenville, N. C. .Me.u.liu ' . U.S. Val c Forest College; Alpha Kappa; .S. N. T. C. Sam Jaeccli Moulion, Tex.is .Medicine; Phi Beta PI; Company 1), S. A. ' F. C. Francis L. Jaubert New Orleans, La. M.dlcliie; Pill Uho Sigma; Company 9, ,• . A. T. C. Cufford U. Johnson Monroe, L«. M.illclne. ilil Zela Chi; H. N. T. C Curtis W. Jones i.iiile Ro, k. . ik. M. .Heine; I ' hl Zcta Chi; Company 13, S. A. T. C Pllllip II. Jones, Jr . Baton Rouge, L«. .Medicine; .Nil Sigma .Nu. , 11. I.oulnlntiu State I nlveiHit . i-cmpiiny 9. s A T. C. Page one ImiulrCil orly-onr THE JAMBALAYA Theodore A. JuNC, Jr New Orleans, La. Medkine: A.H. Loyola I ' niversily: Company lU. S. A. T. C Douglas Ledbetter Kerlin Homer, La, M,-iliiine; Chi Zela Chi; Class Historian (3); Company 12. S. A. T. C. John M. Kittrell Laurel, Miss. Medifirie; i ' isma . lpha ICpsilon; Comjiany 12, S. A. T. C, Francis E. Lejeune Thibodaux, La, Medicine; Beta Tlieta Pi; Phi Chi; B.S. JtfTi-ison College; Class Football; Tug o ' War; Company 12, S. A. T. C. E. H. LiNFIELD Biloxi, Miss, Medicine; Beta Theta Pi; Nu Pigma Nu; Vat ' sity Football (1, 2); Captain Varsity Football (31; Honor Committee! S. N. T. C. Louis Bernard Louq Apalachicola, Fla. .Medicine; . .B. Mt. St. Marys College; phi Beta Pi; Company », S. A. T. C. Thoimas Stafford Love Dallas, Texas Medicine; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Pi; Company 9, S. .-V. T. C. HosEA W. McAdoo Texarkana, Ark. Medicine; . Ipha Kappa Kappa; Company 12, . . A. T. C, Don S. Marsalis Rusion. La. Medicine; Delta Sigma Phi; Kappa Psi; Company it, S. A. T. C. W. R. May Amory, Miis. .Medicine; Delta Tau Delta; Nu Sigma Nu; S. N. T. C. John W. Moore Barileii, Texas M.dicine; Phi Kho Sigma; Company :i. S. A. T. C. Martin O. Miller Grand Chenler. La. Medicine: D.-lta Sigma I ' hi; Chi Zeta Chi; Company H, S. A. T. C. Albert R. Morgan Crowley. La. Medicine; .- .B. Louisiana State l ' ni -ersity ; I.aniljda Chi .Alpha; Phi Beta Pi; Company 12, S. A, T. C. Sam Olliphant Mosely Guaimaro Cam, Cuba MediciTie; B.A. Furman I ' nivirsily ; Company it, S. A. T. C. Olin W. Moss Lake Charles, La. .Medicine; Sigma .Alpha Epsilon; Class Historian (It; Cl.ass Presitlent (2); Com- I.any 12, S. A. T. C. Hit. AIRE D. Ogden New Orleans, La, Medicine; Kappa Sigma; Chi Zeta Chi; S. N. T. C. Jules B. Rateau Ponchaloula, La. .Miditin. ' ; 1 li.(_J. New Oi-Ieans College Ph.arm.acy; Chi Zct.a Chi; Company it. s. .A. T. c. Owen C. Rigby Beach, Miss. Medicine; Phi Kho Sigma; Company 12, S. A. T. C. Lauchlin McK. Rozier Opp, AIj. Medicine; .A.B. Fnivcrsity of Alabama; Kapita Sigma; Kappa I ' si; Company it, S. A. T. (_■. Frank Savoy Eunice, La. Medicine; T ' hi Beta Pi; S. N. T. C. R. C. Scott Lecompie, La. Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; ( ompany 12. S. . . T. C. Thoimas p. Sparks, Jr Jackson, Miss, .Medicine; Kappa .Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu ; Company it, S. A. T. C. LIallis Ancil Stafford Bogalusa, La. .Aledicine; Phi Hho Sigma; Company 12. S. A. T. C. James H. Stiles Annona, Texas Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Kappa Psi; Cmpany 12, S. A. T. C. James Leslie Taylor, Jr Mobile, Ala, Mcdicini-; Bi-la Tliela Pi; Phi Chi; Ccunpany !i. S. A. T. C. Eugene Davis Thorj e De Funiak Springs, Fla, Aledicine; Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi; A.B. Southern University; Company 12, S. A. T. C. Page one liunJretl forl f-tTi o THE JAMBALAYA Alfred Duit Tisdale ElisviUe. Miss. Mt llclne; B.S. University of Mississippi: Company 12, S. A. T. C. Herbert Randolph Unsworth New Orleans, La. Xledicin.-: Phi D. Ita Tlnta; I ' hi Chi; Company 9, S. A. T. C. William A. Wacner New Orleans, La. Mi ' illrino: Plii Itho Sigma; Company 9, S. . . T. C. Maurice S. Whiteside Annision. Ala. llrili( in.-; .«iBma Nu; Till Clil; Company 9, S. A. T. C. Bryan Watkins Whitfield Demopolls, Ala. MtMlicint-; B.. . Alabama Polytechnic Institute; Kappa Psl ; Company PJ. S. A. T. c. Clarence John Wichser New Orleans, La. M»Ml1cine; B.. . ColleKt ' of Iminaoulati ' Conct ption ; Pli.tl. at New Orleans Co1Ii-ki- «if Pharniaiy; ' la.-i.s Secretary (3); Phi Hho riKnia; M. E. R. C. Frank Cunningham Wilson Birmingham, Ala. Medicine; . iKma Alpha Kpsilon; Phi Clii; U.S. Virginia .Military InstiLuti ' ; t ompany VI. -S. A. T. C. Gerard G. Woodruff Annis ' on, Ala. . .H.. l " rn irsity of Alabama; Alpha Tail Omega; Phi Chi; Co. 1. if.. A. T. C. Sam B. Woodward Oxford, Miss. Medicine; B.S. ITpivcrsily of Mississippi; Phi Kho ,sij;ma; Cempany 9, S. . T. ' .; ' nnipan - 9, Football Roy William Wright Winnfield, La. .Medicine; K;ipp;i .Mplia; .Mjdla Kappa Kappa; Conip.any K ' . .s. . , T. ' , Edwin Lionel Zander New Orleans, La. Meiliilnc; Chi Zcla ciii; Company 9, K. . . T. C. Pa c one litinjrcj forlv-threc THE JAMBALA YA Page one hunJreJ foriy-four THE lAMBALAYA JjrxJ Sophomore Medical Class Roll Officers A. B. Harvey Praideni Morris James Duffy Vice-Pralienl Marie Byrd Dees Secretary Pall Crutsincer Treasurer H. A. Macheca jamhalii a Rcpraenlalive Members Thomas J. Anderson Greensboro, Ala. M. ' .llrino: A.n.; Kappa Alpha: Phi Chi: Company 9. S. A. T. C. Melson BarFIELD Lineville. Ala. .M.dicln.-; Zela Tau Alpha: Plii Beta Kappa; B.S. I ' niversity of Alabama. Lionel J. Bienvenu Opelousas, La. MccHiinc; U.S. Sprlnt ' hill College: Beta Tlieta Pi; Nu Slema Nu: Varsity Kootliall IJ ; Company 12. S. A. T. C. W. R. Brewster New Orleans. La. M.iUiinc; n.A. Unlv r.sltv of Eoulli; .Mplia Tau OmiKa ; Phi Chi; Company 11 ' . . . A. T. C. Samuel L. Calhoun Eva, La. Mi-.liiin.-: Pill Bila I ' i; S. N. T. C. EIarl Campbell Columbia, Ala. Mifdli-tne: A.B. rnlvorslty of Alabprna: Kappa SiKma; Phi Chi; Student Assistant Chemistry Laboratory (1); ClaS;j President (1 ; Mt-dlcal Basketball (1 : Company 9. H. A. T. C. James J. Carter Jackson. Miss. M.clKin. ; 11. .s. Mls;!lssippl ColkKe; Phi Clii; Company 9. S. . . T. C. Jack I Iolland CassITY San Anionio. Texas .M.dl.ln.-; H.-ln Th. ta Pi; Phi Chi: Comiiany U . S. A. T. c. Claude Mastin Cleveland Mobile, Ala. M.rliiiiM-: Alirha Tau onu ' Ka: Phi Chi; S. . . T. C. Denzil Coleman Pensacola. Fla. Sl.-di. ill,.; ■ ,,la Hitii Tau. Charles L. Cox Ruleville. Miss. .M.iliiln. ; I ' lii Ii.lla Th.ta; Company 9. S. A. T. C. Archie E. Cruthirds Slidell. La. . ,H. WasliliiKion anil I.ee rnlverslty: Company 12. S. A. T. C. Paul Crutsincer Victoria, Texas .Mi-illi-lni ; SlKina Chi: Kappa Pal; C|aH.M Triasuror; Company 9. S. A. T. t . Marie Byrd Dees Crystal Springs, Miu. .Medlelne; It. A. Mississippi Industrial liistiliili- ; U.S. l ' nlvi ' r.Hlty of Mlssiajlppl; t iass Hfcreliiry. Lily LylE DisMUKE Graves Station. Gn. .Mi ' ill. ' lni ' . Ethel Marie Drouin Mansura. La. M.-dl,li,,.. Morrls James Duffy New Orleans, La. .MiMlii-liii ' : Arts and Srli-nei-ii; Oeltii Slitnin F ' hl; Kappa PsI; l lasH Hi-ereinry ili; Viirslly Basi ' linll ' : - ' iri; CInas Vlee-Pn aldent (2). Samuel F. Elder Alden Bridge. I..i. ,Mi-il|i-liii ; it.. . T.ouialanii .SInIn rnlvernlly; Kappa Alpha; .Mpha Kappa Kiipi ' a; Coiiipiiiiy 9. .«. A. T. !• Raphael Estevez Clifion . n on.i .Mi ' dli ' liie; Phi Alpha Mluma. Peachy R. Gilmer Sbrevepori. I.i. Mi ' dli-lni-; Kappa Alpha; Company 9. 8. A. T. C. Wll I lAM B. GraY.iON I ' ntngould, .Ark. Mi ' illi liii ' ; . " iKma Chi; Alpha Kappa Knppn; Company 12. S. A. T C Louis Meyer Grossman New Otieani, L«. Mi ' illiliir; . lKma Phi Alpha: Com pany 9, .M. A. T. C. A. n. I Iarvey Tylerlown. Miss. .Mi ' illi ino; II.H. Mlaalaalppl ColloRe: Chi .I ' lii Chi; Clnaa rroalileni CI. A ' ugf title hunJrctl furt -tt ' c .v r THE JAMBALAYA , , ... Quilman, Texas Carl Harris Mrilicino; I ' h.C. ' Jul.inf: Kappa I ' si; rnmpan.v !t. S. A. T. C. , r- I 1 . Bavou L-hicot, L-a. Joseph E. Hawkins ' Miilk-ine; Chi Zela rlu; Compan.v 0. S. A. T. C. vi i i _ ,- I . . New Urleans. La. Charles Morris Lescaue Sledicino; Arts and Sciences: Delta Sisma Flu; Kappa Psi. - L A 1 -- T- I ... LJzark, -Via. Charles T. Lewis ■ ■Modi, in. ' n S. rniversilv of Al:iliama; Kappa I ' si; fonipany 0. S. A. T. I . „ ■- . , ... vJpelou5as. La. Robert M. Littell ' ■M,-.Ii(ine; rhl Zeta flli; Coilipany V2. S. A. T. C. a • . Al ,_, I „„„ Anniston, Ala. William Kiddoo Lloyd Medicine: A.B. Alabama I ' resl..vlei ian College: Sigma Nu: IMu Chi; ( i.mpany 1.. f i ' ' ' ? • • ■ Ralls, Texas Judge M. Lyle, Jr Medicine: Chi Zeta Chi: Ciimpany H. .S. A. T. C. Ki n 1 T , , » « . . New Urleans, La. Henry A. Macheca Medicine; Phi Chi; .lamb.-ilaya UelMCsenlalive: Company 1:;. S. A. T. C. , , , . .... Abilene, 1 exas H. C. NiACEE Medicine; A.B. Pimmoris College; I ' onipany H, S. A. T. C. ,, 1 ampa, Ha. Abelard Martorell M.diein. : Clii Z. la Chi; Company IJ. S. A. T. C, . n I ' ; n , , . ., ... Broolsings, o. U. Harold A. Miller Medicine; Phi Chi; Company 0, S. A. T. C. „ , «■ . . Laravelle. La. Carroll Joseph Mouton ■ ' M.Mliein. ; Chi Zela I ' hi; Company ! , S. A. T. C. Texas John W. Neely .M.dieine; Delia ' lau Holla; Kappa I ' si. , - , „ .... Alexandria, La. S. J. Phillips Medlehie: Kappa .igma; Ph, . ' hi; Company .K S. A. T. C. Newberry, S. C. Robert M. Pool M..dicine; Phi Kappa S.gma; A.B. Newherry College; Ph, Ch,. Forest Puckett Medhane; Ph, Kappa Sign.a; Kappa Psi; Company .. S. A. T. ( . Shreveporl. La. Harold J. Quinn : . .,.,. Mod.ome; Delta Tau Delia; Kappa Psi; Varsi.y Football: Company 1.. . A 1 o , „ La. Isidore L. Robbins U■di,■ino; Company V . S. A. T. C. Orleans, La. John C. Rodick Mod,, ino; Phi Alpha «lgma: Company 1.. S. A. T. C. _ _ Dan a. Russell ... Modieine: Phi Beta Pi: S. N. T. C. Beafaee. Ala. John T. Sanders Medicine: Sigma Chi; K.appa Psi; Company 0, S. A. T. C. Cheneyville, La. " ° MHd ' ichI: ' A.B. ' Louisiana Staie University; Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu: Company ' ■ ' ■ S- - - T- ' ■• . New Orleans, La. Joseph Sicomo , ' „ ' a ' ,- Medicine; Asslslant Insli-uctor in Neurology: Company 1.. S. A. 1. e. _ Wiley Terrell Simpson Medicine: Sigma Nu: Kappa Psi; S. N. T. C. Orleans, La. Edwin August Socola Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Company 0, S. A. T. C. . Platte La ' " ' " " ' ' ;Zo: -A.B. -Louisiana Stale UnWels.ly; ' xu Slgma ' nu: Student AsJis.an, Pbysi- ,,l„cy and Pharinacology: Company 12, S. A. T. C. Slarkville Miss. William White Walker , ' ' . ' ,, ' • V.„i n„nv p M. dleine: B.S. Mississippi A. M. : Alpha Chi Rho; Ph, Beta P,: ( ompan5 1-. s A. T. C. Alexandria, La. Abram Weis Medicine. Orleans, La. Richard Z. Williams , Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Company 9, S. A. T. C. Abbeville, La. R I Young , ,., Medicine; B.S. St. Charles College; Alpha Tau Omega; Kappa Ps,; .on.pany 1.. S. A. T. 12. Page one Iwnilf. ' l orlv-six THE JAMBALAYA Freshman Medical History JJ ORLL than hall a hundred new doctors were hurled into the chaos of 1 ulane Medical School on September 25th, fu 1918, and have been tra elling an up-hill route ever K since. Now at the terrible Histology where some of our members made I3 ' i " deserving less " (a la Dr. Hard- esty) and Embryology under a " regular teacher " (from Mobile) arc retrospections, we eagerly anticipate the Sophomore work at a time when no S. A. T. C. sovereigns can overrule the faculty — an era when " flu " is likewise a stranger and there is no strife at all to keep us from proving to our instructors that the Class of 1922 (the thirty-second bunch of Dr. Metz ' s ba-bees) are Tulane ' s surest bet. Already from the demoralized initiates of the first few months there have evoluted men and women of ability and distinction and we feel sure that the June Commencement will find our entire class, together with some ex-freshmen, making up the Sophomores to be. We wish to say " au rcvoir, " but not good-bye. to Dr. Metz until three years hence, and to extend to nil insiruclors a hearty appreciation of their forbearance and generosity all the year through. Jambalava Rkprf.sentative Page n ir htinilrrj forl )seyen THE JAMBALA YA Page one himdrej forl )-eighl THE JAMBALA YA Freshman Medical Class Roll Officers Philip Burton Koonce PrcsUlcnl Gil 1. W. Blackshear yicc-PrciiJcnl J. E. Whitaker Secrclar} and Treasurer Charles I. Johnson Jamhalava Rcpreicnlalivs Members Charles Edward Abbott Tuscalooja. Ala. .Mfillf. ' il ; KaiM ' Sigma; I ' hi Chi; Naval I ' nit Football. Albert F. Aucoin Houma, La. .M.-«li -al: r ' nmpany !t. Charles Joseph Ball New Orleans, La. M.i!ital; I ' hi Rlio SlKina. Gill W. Blackshear Panama Ciiy, Fla. .M. •■Ileal; .sicma .Vii; .Naval Unit; Vlcc-rreslilvnt Olass; Kootball. Bertram E. Boadaux Indianola. Mi 3. M.ilical; SlKnia Alpha Epsilon; I ' hi Chi; Comp.iny 9. John Bonficlio Bay Si. Louis. Miss. .Mfcllrino; ThG Soulhcrn Cnllegr of Thai iiiacy ; Company 9. Otis W. Britt Andalusia. Ala. .M..liial; Chi Zi-la Chi: Company 12. fkii, Wesley Butler New Orleans, La. M.ilical; I ' h.U. SI. I.oiii.s i ' oIIcbc of rhormao " . Company !l. James Leo Carlisle Mobile. Ala. M, ' llral; Cnrpmal Company 9. Laurane James Clark Clinton. Miss. .Mccll.al; Chi 7,, n Chi; Company IJ. Floran William Dirmann, Jr New Orleans. La. Mf lh-al; ompany 9. William M. Dixon . . . . ; Columbus, O. .M.cllial; SiKnia ri; Ycrinian Tiilaiiv S. N. T. c. Robert Rose Cillespv Birmingham, Ah. Mi ' illral; U.S. rnivcisily of Alalininn; I ' lil ila; .Mpha Tau cm Kn; Tulani- . ' i. N. T c. B. Goldstein Birmingham, Ala. .Mc.ll al. R. Lionel Gordon New Orleans. La. .M.. II. Ill; Chi . ' la Ch|; S. N. T, C. Wii.iiAM H. Gordon Marion, AIn. .M. ' .ll.al; U.S. .Mai ion Insliliilo; Alpha ch( I!h..; c..nii.;iii ' .i George B. Grant ... . . Braumoni, Texas .M...ll. ' al; I olln Tnu Dflta; Company IJ. Edwin N. Haller Mobile. .Ma. M. ill. ill; S. A. T. C: irnlvil ' Mlly iiT Alnhania. F. W. I JARRELl Ruslon, .Ala. M.. 11. Ill; Kappa SiKmn; I ' lii Clil; S, N. T. C. James K. Haywood Greeneville, Ala. .Ml. Ill ill; U.S. fnlvi ' inlly rif AInhnmu; Company n. S. A. T. c. Helen Elizabeth Hinton McComb. Min. Ml-. II. Ill: rill .Mu; An, Niwr ' omli. Charles I. Johnson Montgomery, Ala. .Mi ' illenl; SiKmn Alpha Kpullon; I ' hi chl; S. N. T. c.; Jamhalnyn Iti ' pii ' »entallvi : Honor Ciunnilllo ' ; H., ., I ' nivcriilty of Ataliamit. Edley . Jones Vicltsburg, Mim, Miilli-al; HiKma Alpha Bpiillon; I ' hi Chl; H. A. T. C., Company 9, Corporal: U.S.. Ml«- filHKll |il CollcKC William E. Jones Camden, Al.i. .Mcillcnl, Company 0, S i c . U. it., UnlvoraUy of Alabama. Page one hiitulreil forty-nine T. r.- THE JAMBALAYA - — mm: . " s— = -— . James Earl Jones Henderson, Texas MiMhiiil; iMii Zeta Clii ; f ' onipany ii, S. A. T. C. Phjlip Burton Koonce Sulphur, La. .M. lical; Phi Kappa Sigma; Kapiia I ' si; Varsity Fuotlial): Pnsiil.nt Frosliman M.ili- I al class; Company i». D. B. Martinez New Orleans, La. . li-iiiiai; Si ma Nil ; I ' iii Olii ; rompany 9, Cur-i)urul ; Class and Comp.any I- ' ootliall. William M. McBride Ansley, La. Medical; Kappa Sigma; S. N. T. C. Charles S. McLellan Easonvllle, Ala. Mt ' dical; ' lii Zi-ta Chi; Company 9. Edmond Louis Merril New Orleans, La. M.diial; i c niisin.v ' . ' . B.S.. SpiinK liill Collfce. D. Witt T. Milam Winfield, La. Medical; Kappa Si.i nia; Phi clii; .s. N. T. C. Apprentice Seaman; Coach .S. X. ' I " , c, T- ' i.i)ttiall Team. Dewey J. Olinde Covington, La. Medical. Joseph P. Palmemio New Orleans, La. Medical; Football; Company 12. Corinne M. Rocquet New Orleans. La. .Medical; Kai)pa .-Mplia Theta; Radical; B.. .. .N ' ewcomb. F. O. Roland Vance. Al.i. Medical; I ' omijany 10, Corporal; Football. Richard Olney Russell Somerville, Ala. .Medical; Clii Zeta Chi; Sergeant Comjiany H. Kate Savage Nashville, Tenn. Medical; Tau Delta; B..S., Vanderbilt University. Herman Seal Ensley, Ala. Medi al; Chf Zeta Clii; Sergeant Ciini| any li ; Company Football. George Byron Setzler Crosseit. Ark. .Medi,-al; S. N. T. C. James Shelby Shipman Ruleville, Miss. Medical; Pi Kapl a .Mpha; Sigma L ' psilon: Conijiany 9; .V.B., Millsap.s College. W. K. Stillman Atlanta, Ga. .Mcdi. al. Ernest W. T ' ownsend Arkadelphia, Ark. Medical; Coniiiany :i ; , .B., Ouachita College. M. P. TreADWELL Marianna, Fla. Mcilical; Comjiany 11. J. E. Whitaker New Hope, Ala. Medical; B.I... Berea College; Secl-ctnry ami Treasurer of Class; Company 9. Page nnc hundred fiftv THE JAMBALAYA Second Year Pre-Medical History ii©®FTER several unsatisfactory attempts to get the Second- ' ear Pre-Med- ical Class together, due to the great delinquency in attendance caused by the influenza epidemic, it was unanimously decided by the members who were present at the meeting to re-elect the same class officers that presided last year. 1 he excellent work performed by thc«c officers proves that the students have made no mistake in the selection of their rtpresentalives. The class as a whole is working very diligently and overcoming the many difficulties which have arisen, partly due to the late start made by the college — the result of the demobilization of the S. A. 1 . C. F.veryone is co-operating with the inatruclors in trying to obtain the greatest results out of the shortened courses, and we may say that their efforts are rew ' arded. The Pre-Medical Class boasts a total enrollment of thirty-five, two of whom are of the fair sex. It seems that the young women have two goals to attain — one to brighten the hearts of the hard-working lads who are slowly but surely climbing the wonderful ladder of fame; the other to grasp the rungs of the ladder themselves. And it may be said in all sincerity that the whole class welcomes the Indies and feels that their task is made lighter by their presence. The work performed by the majority of those students who were with us last year proves that the Second- Year Pre-Mcdical Class is composed of diligent workers and we hope thai their good work may continue throughout their college career. In consequence of the formation of the S. A. I . C. in the beginning of the college year, we have with us many students from all over the country. For the short time lhe.-;e men are with us they have certainly earned an excellent reputation — both with their instructors and with their fellow-classmates. Heretofore the Pre-Medical Classes have been given little or no thought by the other and larger classes of the college, but the records being set up by the Second- ear Pre- Mcdicals have forced recognition to be bestowed upon them and their officers from all sources, and each individual member is striving his utm st to make this class a larger and better one than has ever been graduated from the university. f ' agc ii ic luitiilrcil fifl -onc THE JAMBALA YA Page one hunjrcd ftfiy-lTDO THE JAMBALA YA ' Second Year Pre-Medical Class Roll Offichrs Emile a. Davison President Maurice Campacna Vice-Preiidenl Rohm II. Bierhorst Secretary Harold J. Battalora Treasurer Peter Cocchiara Chairman J. Barron Harold J. Battalcrx C. B. Bavlis, Jr. I I. ROFIM BlERHORST Mi s S. P. Biles Maurice Campacna C. S. Carter S. Cerda. Jr. Peter Coccmaira Emii.e a. Davison W. Dixon Members P. A. Donaldson J. P. Dyar J. R. Evans W. L. Fitzgerald P. M. Cirard H. C. Grunewald O. B. Hazen R. E. Henderson W. K. Henderson P. E. Johnson O. F. Landry C. A. LoRio G. I. Lathrop P. L. Menville P. MoSTELEPRE M. J. Randazzo I. M. Rosenthal M. SALAZy R Miss I. E. Scorr J. T. SlIUFHELD G. E. Seiss E. SOUCHON Pufte nnr hiin,iir,t ftfl f-lltice THE JAMBALA YA Page one humlrcJ fiflvfour THE JAMBALAYA First Year Pre-Medical Class Roll W. M. TuNSTALL PresiJenl H. H. McGee. Jr yice-PresiJenI W. M. TuNSTALL Jambala a Rcprescnialive Members Frank Leake Barrow . Si. Francisvillc, La. Mc-ditini- ; ■ " . 11. S. A. T. c. J. P. BoNAR Monro e. La. Medicine; Co. 11. S. A. T. i: Wiley P. Brown Shrevepori, La. M.dlcine; Co. 11. S. A. T. l ' . Hymen L. Cohen .... .M.-iliilne: Cadet Corli.s. John J. d ' Aquin . . . . .Medicine; Cadet Corps. William M. Dixon . . . . Coahoma, Mijs. New Orlcan-.. 1 a. Columbus. O. .Medicine; SlKma IM; . lplia I a|il«:i Kuppa; Naval Unit. Ceorce D. FelDNER . . . New Orlcan;, La. .Me.liclne; c-n. II. .f. a. T. C. Paul Herman Floyd . Lake Chmlcv I a .Medicine; TuB-n-War 111; cla.Hn WreHtling li: ' la8« Track (I); Co. II, S. A. T. C. Aristide Charles Gaulon . New Orleans, La. .Medicine; Co. II. S. A T. I ' . John Charles Guenther . . Curro. Texas Me.llellM ' . John Davls Humber . . . Greenville, N. C. .M.-illclne; Ai| lm Knppn Kap| a; IIS. nl Wake Koreiil ; S. N. T. C. Hymen KaRNOFSKY . . . New Orleans, La. Mcdleln.-; ,s. .v. T, c. Harold Katz Hatliesburg, Miss. .Medicine; Cadet Corps. M. Sterling LeDoux . . Indian Bayou, La. Medicine: c. 11. s. A. T. c. I I. 1 I. McGee. Jr Savannah, Ga. M.-dicine; adet Corps; Delta Kappa Kiisilon; Class Vice-l- ' resldenl. I Ienry Woods Ocletree. New Brambels, Tex. .Mclielne. I luBER C. Pike Dyersburg, Te n. Medicine; S. N. T. C. : Naval lull Football. Warren L. Rosen .Medicine. New Orleans. La. Newton L. Sebastian Norwood, La .Meillcine; I ' lii Ilelln Thetn; Cadet ' orps. W. M. TunsTALL Mobile, Ala. .Medicine; Captain Cadet Cmp.i; claHH I ' rosident ; .lanilialaya Itepre- H ' ntntive. AuRELIANO UrrUTIA, Jr.. San .Anionio. Texas Medicine. Carlos Urrutia .M. dicinc. San . ' ntonio. 1 cxas Bennett A. Wight . . . Hugo, Oklahoma Meillclne; Delta Tau Kelta Page one hunJrcl l lji- ivr THE JAMBALA YA CHARLES LOUIS CHASSAIGNAC, M.D. DEAN OF THE POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Page one hundred fifl -iix THE JAMBALAYA VM. I II NR ' SI-.KMAN. M.D. DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDICINE ' age iiiif Iniiulrcl i ly-.iri ' f (I THE JAMBALAYA WALLACE WOOD, JR., D.D.S. CEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY Page nnc hundred fifly-cight 11 r« , 1 Senior Dental Class Alfred L. Aiken Norwalk, Connecticut Denial; Xi Pji Phi; Co. II. S. A. T. C. Clyde R. Bailey Gatesville, Texas Denial; XI Psi Phi; Co. 12. S, A. T. C. J. H. Barnes Ruston, Louisiana Denial; Dcla Sign-.a Phi; Psi Omega; Kappa Delia Phi; B.S. al Louis- iana Induslial Inslilule; Class PresidenI ()); President Sludenl Body (3); Foolball Manager (3); V ' arsily Foolball (1. 2, 3); Vice-Presidcnl ClaiS (1); Vice-Presid:nl Denial Sludenl Body (2); Co. 12. S. A. T. C. John BartleTT New Orleans, Louisiana Denial; Sigma Nu; Second l.ieulenani ot Infanlty, U. S. A. ' ■ ■ ' " - iJ2 t ■• ' ' « J yAWAyAyiuL AUAUAUAUAL AWAWAWAQAUAM Senior Dental Class Telle A. BeauchamP Haughton. Louisiana Denial; Co. 12, S. A. T. C. Joseph W. Blount Koenton, Alabama Denial; Psi Omega; Vlce-Presidenl Class (3); Co. 12, S. A. T. C. Ralph A. BroWNFIELD Fort Smith, Arkansas Denial; PsI Omega; Co. 12, S. A. T. C. John Love Bullard Bullard, Texas Denial; Psi Omega; Co. 9, .S. A. T. C. " " I GM AWAUAyi( UAUAUA.UAUAL AUAUAUAWA .l U Senior Dental Class Juan Raphael Casasola Cartago, Costa Rica Denial; Xi P»i Phi; Tau Delia Chi. Otto Leonard Colee Si. Paul. Minnesota Denial; Delta Sigma Phi; Psi Omega; Kappa Delia Phi; Varsily Fool ' ball (I, 2, 3); Captain Varsily (3); Track (I); Co. 9, S. A. T. C. Erick W. Day Baker, Louisiana Dental; I ' hi Omega; Co. 12, S. A. T. C. George W. Dubuisson Opelousas, Louisiana Denial; A.B. .Spring Hill College; Kappa Alpha; Co. 12. S. A. T. C. M Muii vACw Senior Dental Class Edwin Dunn Imbadan, Arkansas Denial; Psi Omega; Co. 12, S. A. T. C. Fred G. FramheIN Si. Paul, Minnesota Denial; Tan Delta Chi; Xi PsI Phi; Co. 12, S. A. T, C. Al ' 1N J. FiLLASTRE New Roads, Louisiana Denial; PsI Omega; Co. 12, S. A. T. C. John A. Foster Hico, Louisiana Dental; Delta Sigma Phi; Psl Omega; Kappa Delta Phi; Varsity Foot- ball (1, 2, 3); Vice-President Student Body (2); President Class (3); Co. 12. S. A. T. C. Senior Dental Class Francis Lennen Hart Reserve. Louisiana Dental; Del ' a Sigma Delia; S. N. T. C. Paul Downer Henry Dcmmg, New Mexico Dcn ' ah Delia SIgira Delia; Co. 12, S. A. T. C. Carlos Hernandez Cienfuegos, Cuba Denial; Xi Psi Phi; Sigma lota Sigma. Samuel F. Hinton Richton, Mississippi Denial; P.i Omega; Co. 12, S. A. T. C. U lUkUkUAUAUkUI UJSUALJ Senior Dental Class Mrs. Alma Maynard Joly New Orleans, Louisiana Denial. Paul Knittel, Jr Houston, Texa Denial; Psi Omega. J. D. KuEBLER Rockland, Texas Denial; S. N. T. C. Joseph M. Lima Guatemala, C. A. Dental. ' AMA.WAW UAUAUAUAUAUAL AUAUAUAUAUAUAUAUAUAU Senior Dental Class Felipe Marquez, Jr Guatemala. C. A. Drn»al ; Psi Omega; B.S. Gualembla City Instilule. Earle Durand Meetze Atlanta, Ga. Dental; X, P i Plu. Asa a. Meredith Columbia, La. Denial; Pm Omega; Co. 12. S. A. T. C. Milton Bruce Pearce Falkncr. Miss. Denial; Pii Omega; Co. 12. S. A. T. C. C .; t " " % , | - ■ - ' .|k ::,V ' •■:jl,: i rrf LaJ r " W B5 ' iSr ' - 0 yAyAUAUlt yAUAyAUA UA(,JAUAU UA AMAUAM SS Senior Dental Class John B. Poindexter Milan, Tenn. Denal; Psi Omega: Co. 12, S. A. T. C. Roger Poirier Chateaugiron, France Denial; Co. 12, S. A. T. C. Glen Lee Rye Palestine, Texas Dental; Co. 10. S. A. T. C. Jemell Clarence Roberts Calico Rock, Ark. Denial; Psl Omega. WAV A ' - AWAUAWAUAyAUAUAL AWAUAC AUAUAU AUAUAU G, Senior Dental Class Daniel Burk Torn New York. N. V. Denial; Xi Psi Phi; Co. 12, S. A. T. C. John A. Wadlin Greeley, Colo. Denial; Delia Sigma Phi; P-A Omei-a; Co. 12. S. A. T. C. THE JAMBALA YA .... 1 % • , . W ' ' ' 1 1 II 1 i -- " .;ss. ' - ' : ' • • • .1 1 ;. H 81 fr ' m • ' - ' ' ' -W i V • 1 II 1 «- t " 1 liJ 1 1 1 i 1 1 " " ijmf jHH m. ■ d t 1 1 - ik;;v ' ' :.: M . • ' i ' " " — ; ' ' J Page one hundred sixly-eighl THE JAMBALAYA Sophomore Dental Class Roll A. Aaron Michigan John Drayton Mexico Fairbanks Texas Leonard Folse Pallcrson. La. I ' sl Omega. H. A. Gentling Minnesota . ' ■ ' iKina Nil. W. J. Gill Louisiana K:i|M a .Mi ' lia. A. L. LeBoURCEOIS New llxna. La. SiKliia Nil. Louis E. McKinnev Sulphur Springi, Texas Joseph H. McKinney Sulphur Springs. Texas I ' uflc niic httntlrcil yixl j-ninc THE JAMBALA YA Page one hundred seventy THE JAMBALA YA Freshman Dental Class Roll J. Edward Brown New Orleans. La. rif-nlal: Co. 9. S. A. 1. C. O. E. CailleTEAR Marksville. La. I ' ntal; Cailet Cnips. JCAQUIN DUARTE McridD Luc. Mexico D.lil.n. Xi I ' si I ' hI. Mabel Fontane Moreauville. La. In ' iilal: B.. .. Louisiana . ' a;o L ' nl-. (.■rsll ' . EuTiQuio Garcia Falfurrias. Tex.is r r(Ua!. Samuel D. Gore New Orleans, La. Ut-nlaL Joseph John Granata Berwick. La. O. ' nt.il; •€.. U ' . .«. . . T. C Irwin Isaacson New Orleans. La. iM ' iilal. J. Frank Johnson. Jr Galvcslon. Texas I •filial; I ' o. I. ' . .■ . . . T ' . Albert M. LaFleur. Jr ' ' " ' ' ' » ' " ■• L«- Pintnl: I ' si Onii ' Ka. Paul Herbert Malonev. Jr New Orleans. La. I -nlal. Napoleon S. Nakamura Honolulu. T. 1 1. 1). lilal; i-n IJ. S. , . T. c- Walter 1 I. Ratliff . Slaughter. La. Ii.nlal; I ' lil (ni.Kai ■ " ' • ' , S. . . T. I " . Roland C. F. Stieb V ' acherle. La. l)i-nlnl; I ' -i. Vl. »■ A. T. C. ' ugc uric huiulrtJ tevenly-one THE JAMBALA YA Senior Class Pharmacy History jg i!S3jgS the session of the year 1919 begins its homeward stretch the following " fellows ' ' answer to final roll call in these solemn hallo: F. Perez, a native of Cienfuegas, Cuba, who possesses an A.B. degree from his native land, as well as several degrees from universities of this country, which he has adopted as his own. Ambition, to his friends, can be seen stamped indelibly upon his face. H. S. Dreyfus, Vice-President of the Class, a man of high ideals, whose truthful- ness and strong devotion to duty have animated his whole college career. He is a mem- ber of the Senior Class of Baton Rouge High of ' 17, has spent one year at our sister university, Loyola, and ends his scholastic life at one of the South ' s best institutions of learning. Miss Consuelo Rodriguez, a fair flower of Madrid, Spain. Wonderful traits of character has this woman of a far-off land. Kindness and friendship have ever followed her over the rugged coast of college life. N. F. Breaux, a " Good Fellow " by nature. He is a High graduate, has undergone the Freshman year at L. S. U. and has two years credit from a neighboring university of this city. Breaux ' s scholastic work may be summed up in the following sentence, " A friend to all and of all a friend. " Castillio and Santisteban, two natives of a neighboring land, who throughout the several years of attendance at the University have diligently pursued their scholastic work. Lastly, D. K.. Mayer, President of the class, a graduate from a Louisiana High, and who has also one year of college work elsewhere to his credit. To describe his college career would be self-flattery, and in this Twentieth Century world this would be obsolete. To those who are to follow we wish success in every endeavor or enterprise — the best we have to leave behind. Page one hunJrcJ scvcnfji-livo ,;j AWA 4 v.4yi Senior Pharmacy Class U. P. Breaux Carencro, La. Pharmacy; Loyola Unir, S. A. 1 . C: Secretary-Treasurer of Class. RuDOLPHO (AbTiLLO Habana, Cuba I ' llaimacy; B.S. Inslllulc dc Pinar del Rio. HtNKV L. Dreyfus Livonia. La. I harmacy; Class Vice-Presidenl; Company 12. Donald K. Mayer Winnsboro, La. Pharmacy; President of Class; Company 12. J yAyAUAUlUAUAUAyAUiuiI AU.UAUAUAUAUAUAU Senior Pharmacy Class Fernando Perez Cienfueos, Cuba Pharmacy; Ph.G. Soulhwestcin College of Pharmacy. CoNSUELo Rodriguez Rev Habana, Cuba Pharmacy; H.S. al N.S. Habana; Women ' s Fraternity T. U. Francisco Santisteban Manzanillo, Cuba Pharmacy. THE JAMBALAYA Junior Pharmacy History im. t fO ? HARMAC ' i as a profession is not inferior to medicine, and the meiaeval concoil of a pharmacist being " e hru.de mayden of ye pliysician, " ceased to have sense centuries agO. ' B ) V In keeping with this newer idea of our profession tlie Junior Class in ' ) cur department, though late in starting on account oi war conditions, intend to make our class the most prominent at the University. As we expect that it will be of som? interest to know the mem ' iers that compose our clcss, we will introduce them in the following lines: Miss Theresa Lambrecht, whose ambition is to be a Ph. C, but if she doesn ' t study more chemistry at night instead of — we cannot see her way clear. Miss Catherine Cutitto, is always alert and reedy to answer a professor ' s question at any moment, even if she does cut class for other engagements. Miss Lela Burnette, last among the ladies, but not least, and the jolliest member of the class. One of the professors call her the " Magpie, " as she is continually chatting from morning ' til night. The deaf member of the class says she has a very beauti- ful voice. Mr. John Breazcale, a member of Uncle Sam ' s navy, who was so unfortunate dur- ing the war as to lose his sense of hearing, due to the explosion of a shell. He takes pleas- ure in smoking his pipe and writing poetry for the benefit of the other members of the clcss. and especially the ladies. Mr. Jjhn D; ' ;neker, president of the class, and one of Dr. Metz ' s assistants in the Chemical Laboratory. Hr is also the departments ' respresentalive en both the Student Council and the Jambalaya Board. He is a fine scout, when he is asleep, and takes pride in doing everything possible to make our Junior C lass noteworthy. Mr. Irwin Dupuy, who has already had experience as a druggist, being a " Soda Squirt " for two years. As he is handsome it is quite natural that he le. ' ds the class as a favorite among the ladies. Mr. Thomas Garrett cnn .-ho t more hot air in a minute than the rest of the class can in a week. He is also an authority on military affairs, since he held tin- position ol C or- p ral for one month in the I ulane S. A. 1 . C. Mr. Leonard Gately, he studies when he has absolutely nothing else t) do, ,ind con- sequently studying is the least of his worries. Maybe lu- doesn ' t have to study. Coach Hanson will verify the statement that he is some athlete. Mr. William Nail, known as " Tack with the point up. " Possibly there is a chance lor him in his Inline lilc il he will only use his " God-given gift of reason. " Mr. Leslie Jackson, class editor by virtue of election, class advisor by birth. I he two classes which he enjoys very much are Chemistry and Pharmacognosy. He is also quite an " Owl. " Mr. Maclel Lafont, forgotten until last in order to make a good conclusion. He is a very dignified young man. who doesn ' t smoke, chew, drink, curse or gambl e. He doesn ' t go out but seven nights a week and devotes the rest of his lime to his studies. Historian. ' ngr one liiiiulrcii .ifVfn v- ive THE JAMBALAYA Page one hunJreJ seventh six THE JAMBALAYA Junior Pharmacy Class Roll Officers John M. Danneker Prailcnt Theresa Lambrecht Vice-PresiJent Lei.a Burnett Secrdary -Trccsurer L. S. Jackson Jambala )a Representative Members John Bridges Breazeale Meridian. Miss. I " h;irniin ; Mrirhini- CJunii ' T. t ' .S.N. Lela Burnett Wiggins. Mis:. rli. ' irmary ; cinsa Secretary -Ticiisuicr. Catherine Cutitto New Orleans. La. I ' hsirma y. John M. Danneker New Orleans. La. Phiirinucy; ClaiiH r ' l-CHliIi-nl ; ftudonl ( ' luiniil; Instrurlnr In rlit ' nilslrv : .Ianibala ' ii ILuiril. Lee Irwin Dupuy Marianna, Aik. I ' harinary. T. W. Garrett Ml. Willing. Ala. I ' tiarmacy; Football. Leonard E. Gately New Orlcam. Ln. IMinrmacy. L. S. Jackson Kcniwood. La. I ' harniacy ; ( ' Iniiii E Iltnr. C. Mariel LafonT New Orleans. La. I ' harniacy. Theresa Lambrecht Gulfpo.-t. Mi». I ' harnincy ; Vlc ' -r ri ' »l«l ' nt t ' la .- ; V. . I. » " . A. » ' t-inmltrt ' t ' . William Nail Forrest Cily. Ark. I ' hnrmnry. I age one nifii rci icvcul f-icvcn THE JAMBALA YA (■■ ' - T ' " ' (Hi n w .- " S S (ySJ o ' iH P t. ' p HbL ckf k B B vi MB H ui -J ■ i M r ai ■ « ' ! ' ■ - V • " ,« •t- J ■K 3F? ' 1 v: !: t ■ r ' " ' ' N 1 lr_i Page ofie hundred icvcniy-ei hl THE j AMBALA YA ■ _- .- m Fraternities of Tulane University Kappa Alpha Sigma Chi Sigma Nu Alpha Tau Omega Delta Tau Delta Academic Sigma Alpha Epsilon Delta Kappa Epsilon Pill Alpha Epsilon Kappa Sigma I ' m Kappa Sigma Pi Kappa Alpha Beta Theta Pi Zeta Beta Tau Delta Sigma Phi Alpha K ppa Kappa Phi Cm Chi Zeta Cm I ' m Delta Theta Professional Pm Beta Pi Kappa Psi I ' m F HO Sigma Nu Sigma Nu Psi Omega Pm .Alpha Sigma Pm Delta Pm HoNOKAKV Pm Beta Kappa Alpha Omega Alpha Stars and Bars Kap " a Delt Pm Newcomb College Academic Pi Beta Phi Alpha Omicron Pi Chi Omega Kappa Kappa Gamma Pm lU. lA Kapi ' a IcNOKAKV Pm Ml Alpha Delta I ' i Alpha Epsilon Phi Kappa Alpha Theta Cap and Gown I ' agf our liuiulrcil cighlxionc THE JAMBALAYA First Row — Kent. Caffery, Gillespie, Ellis. Second Row — Watson . ' ' airin. Black. Third Row— Mackenzie, Stouse, Hopkins. Kearny. Fourth Rom—RoBERTs. Fenner, Saunders. Butler. Page one hundred eighl i-two THE JAMBALA YA Pi Beta Phi Founded 1H67. Louisiana Alpha Cha[)tei- of Pi Beta Phi Established 1891. In Faculty Marv BiTiFH Fanny Eshei.man Craic Ac ii r. Members Vioi.A MiRPin Ai.i.AiN Ida Lise Black . . Cay Saundirs , . Betiiia Caifery Elizabeth Fenner ' 19 ' 19 ' 20 70 Sallie Gillespie ' 20 Laura Kearney ' 20 Esther Kent ' 20 Margaret McConnh i ' 20 Mabel Stouse . . Helen Watson " 20 Martha S ' airin ' 20 I Iei.en Mackenzie " 19 Julia Ellis ' 19 I Iarriet Butler ' 21 Corinne I Iopkins ' 21 Rosemary MiIlhenny ' 2! Kmiiiiln Roberts . . . ' 21 ' 21 Page iiHii rc clghl -tliree THE J AMBALA YA First Row — Renaud, Kastler, Withers, Roane. Second Row — Slack, Grevemberc, Chalaron. Third Rom— McLellan, Pigott. Perkins, Morgan. Page one Inmilrcd cighly-foitr THE JAMBALA YA Alpha Omicron Pi Foundid 18)7. Pi Chapter of Alpha Omicion Pi Established 1898. In Faculty ViaciMA U ' miERs ' 09 Mary Sumner " 17 Mary Raymond ' 17 Academic Ruth Ordway Ka.stler ' 20 Anna McLellan . . . ' 19 Evelyn Picott " 19 Caroline Lourst Hack " 19 LcuisE Fontaine Withers ' 19 Aki Corinne Marie Chalaron " 20 Jessie Bryan Roane ' 20 Education I A Morgan " 20 Lucy X ' ebb Penault ' 21 Music Opiinn lIxROE-sTY Perkins ' 20 Pugc line Imntlrcl iiglil )li f THE JAMBALA YA Pint Ron — North, B. Rock. M. Rock. Stewart, De Pass. SccnnJ Roui — Slacle. D. Sexton. Ayres. Shell, Marshall. Third oni— Smith. S. Sexton, Wallace, Pool. Page one hunJreil eighlv-six THE JAMBALA YA Chi Omega Founded April 5, 1895. at University ci Arkansas. Rho Chnplcr of Chi Omega Established 1900 In Faculty LvDA Belden Education KATHARtNE AvRES ' 19 Mabel De Pass " 21 DArsY Belle Smith . ' 20 l.uciE Wallace " 19 Music Frances Sexton ' 19 Dana Sexton ' " 20 ACADEMIC Star Marsiiali ' 21 Betty Rock Marion North " 20 Marcia Snell . Marion Rock ' 20 Minnie Stewart •21 ' 21 ' 21 Art I ' lARi. Pool ■21 Page one liuiulrcj cighl -scvcn THE JAMBALA YA iirsl Runt — Bradv. Helen Lampert, Jackson. Bein. Sccoiitl Rom — LuzENBERG, Lathrop, Hazel Lampert, Lyman. Third Row — Guthrie, McLeod. Cummincs, Roberts, D. Seaco. Fourth Rom — McLemore, O ' Kelley, Stratton, Dameron. Fiflh Rom — F arkerson, Craner, Duval. M. Seaco, Roussel. Page orje hunJrcJ eighl])- eight THE JAMBALA YA Kappa Kappa Gamma Founded 1870. Beta Omicion Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma tslablisl.ed 1904. In Faculty Mary Cass Spencer Adeline E. Spencer Academic LuciLE O ' Kelley Mary Seaco . . Isabel I.yman Dorothy Seaco •19 •19 •20 ■20 loNE Brady . . Helen Lampert Lyda Roberts Education Lenora Duval ' 19 Acnes Guthrie ' 19 Alice Parkerson ' 19 Marguerite Rou 5EL ' 19 Amy Cummincs ' 20 Dorothy Graner ' 20 Kathkri.ne Luzenberc Berthe Lathrop . . I Iazei. Lampert . . Carrie Jackson . . Flora Stratton . . ' 21 ' 21 ' 21 ' 20 •21 •21 ' 21 ' 21 Emily Bein MUSIC ' 21 Margaret McLeod art ' 19 Pugc unc liiiiitlitil eighl )-mne THE JAMBALA YA First Roa — Perkins, Faulk. Davis (pledge), Wilson! Second Roa — Randolph, McFetridce, Reynolds, Bostic. Bailey. Third Rom — Parks. Bourgeois, Naff, Douglas. Fourth Rom — Hartfield. Hatch, Van Horn. Cook. Curran. Page one hundred ninc j; THE JAMBALAYA Phi Mu Founded 1852. Delia Chapter of Phi Mu Established 1906. In Faculty El.lZVBETH McFeTRIDCE Active Members ACADEMIC Rltii Bostick ... ' 19 Mildred Curran 19 Katiierine McFetridce " 19 LuDA Reynolds ' 20 May Van Horn ' 20 Catherine Bailey Sally Hartheld . Do tOTHY DOL ' CLAS Genevieve Wilson Louise Faulk . . •|9 19 •20 •20 •21 EDUCATION Merrimac Naff ' 19 Kathleen Cook ' 20 Cecrcie May Perkins 20 Martha Parks " 19 Nan Randolph " 20 V irginia Davis ' 21 AK 1 Camii.le Bourgeois . ' 21 Puftr one liiinilreil mir y-onc THE JAMBALA YA Finl Rom — Wallace, Thrall. Stilweil. SccoirJ Rom— Kerlin, Rexach, Hess. Third Rom — Campbell. White, Beattie. Finirih Rom — BANCRorx, Arrincton. Abaunza. Richard. Pa c one hunilnul niiicly-tJvn THE JAMBALAYA ' Alpha Delta Pi Founded Mav 15. 1851. Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Deha Pi Esial l,i!u-d 1906. In Faculty Mrs. Certrl ' df R. Smith. AcTiM. Mkmbers ART Claire Bancroft ' 18 Christine Kf.riin .... ' 20 Margaret Beattie ' 19 Berenice Tiirxll .... ACADEMIC ' 19 Ellen White ' 20 EDUCATION " 20 Matild.v Stillwell .... ' 21 OcTAViA Wallace . . ' 20 Maude ARrtiNcxoN ' 19 CoNsuEi Abaunza •20 Alice I U.ss .... • • . . ' 20 BcRT Ellse Ru nARt) •20 LAW STER " 21 Margaret Woo: Page one hiitulrcj ninet f-thref THE JAMBALA YA •iV.s( liuw — Levi, Scherck, Kessler, liRowN, Sucarmann. Second Roa — Scooler, Dreyfus, Dreyfous, Adeer, Burkenroad, Kiing. ThinI RoK — CoHN, Mayer. Katz, Odenheimer, Newbercer. Page one hanJreJ ninel )-four THE JAMBALA YA Alpha Epsilon Pi Founded at Bernard College. Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Phi Established 1916. AcTi E Members Edna Burkenroad Fannie Cohn . . Caroline Drevfous Berenice Dreyfous Adaline Katz . . Lillian Kessler Gladys Brown •20 •|9 •19 •19 •19 •19 1rm Levi 20 Tess Mayer ' 20 Minna Newburcer 19 Marion Odenheimer ' 19 Vera Scherck ' 20 MUSIC ■|9 Mlreil Klinc •20 EDUCATION Helen Aoi.lr 21 Irma Scooler 20 Sallie Sucarman ' 20 I a c one luiiulrcti nincl f-fivc THE JAMBALAYA l-nsl Ron — DtETZ, RocQUET, Hay, Lenoir. Second Rott — Brown, Macruder. Unruh, Moody. Harrison. Third RoTv — Johnson, Warriner. Waldo. Wharton. Fourth Rom — ScHULER, Bate. O ' Shee, Richardson. Pierpont. Page one hundred nincl -six THE JAMBALA YA Kappa Alpha Theta Founded at DePauw University, January 27, 1870. Alpha Phi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta Established 1914. Active Membeks ART Eunice Bate ' 19 M, ki Wakrinlr Evangeline Macrlder ' 19 I In f.n Wiiarion •19 ' 19 ACAUF.MIC Marion Brown ' 20 Nuue Pierpont Amy Dietze ' 19 Isi Waldo . . Dorothy Hay ' 20 ' 21 •19 IIOMK ECONOMICS Emmy Harrison ' 20 Velna Moody ' 21 Christine Johnson ' 21 Julia O ' Shee ' 19 ViDA Lenoir ' 20 Irma Unruh ' 20 MUSIC Alma Schullk ' 19 f aflc one htnitlrcil ninrl) ■ cvcn THE JAMBALA YA Alpha Phi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta Roll of Chapters DePauw University Indiana State University Butler College Vanderbilt University Purdue University University of Illinois Northwestern University University of Minnesota University of Wisconsin Toronto University Syracuse University University of Kansas University of Nebraska Washington University University of Missouri University of South Dakota Washburn College Colorado Agricultural College University of Washington Montana State University Oregon Agricultural College University of North Dakota Lawrence College University of Michigan Allegheny College Ohio State University University of Cincinnati University of Pittsburg Cornell University University of Vermont University of Southern California University of Arizona Swarthmcre College Goncher College Adelphi College Randolph-Macon College University of Texas University of Oklahoma Newcomb College Oregon State University Washington State College Page one hunJrctl ninclXf-eight THE JAMBALAYA -=-iap l tige one htttulrcJ ninci f-ntne THE JAMBALA YA Vennard, Thorpe, Woolsey. Gilmore, McClenixjn. Wright. Thompson Gill, Elder, Blackmar, Bishop, Drouet HeALY, KlRKPATRICK. ANDERSON, MONTGOMERY, ClARK Emery, Kalmback, Scott. Page tlvo himcln-il THE JAMBALA YA _ Kappa Alpha Founclrd 1865. Psi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Established 1882. In Faculty Chandler C. Luzenberc, A.B.. LL.B. Clarence P. May. M.D. Robert Sharp. A.M., Ph.D. Charles E. von Celden, A.B . M.D. Charles P. Fenner, A.B., LL.B. L. A. Scarbrouc H. Bishop AcTi ' E Members ACADEMIC F. OcDEN W. Vennard T. J. Anderson F. B. Blackmar R. W. Blackmar S. F. Elder TECHNOLOGY C. D. Kalmbach MEDICINE V. R. Gilmer J. Hawthorne C. I 1. KlRKPATRlCK L. II. Scon B. F. WCOLSEV R. I Ilaly (). R. Thompson E. D. Thorpe R. W. Wright T. B. Sparks LAW Vt ' . I I. McClendon L. Emery PLEDGES E. Powell R. Montgomery Page Inui Ittifuhctl one THE JAMBALAYA 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 Carolma Vanderbilt University Tulane University Central University of Kentucky University of the South University of Alabama Louisiana State University William Jewell College William and Mary College Maryland Westminster College Transylvania University University of Missouri Millsaps College George Washington University University of California University of Arkansas Leland Stanford. Jr., University West Virginia University Georgia School of Technology I lampden-Sidney College Trinity College North Carolina A. and M. College 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 Page tn o huruhcil n o THE JAMBALAYA Pafc iTfn ItuiiilrcJ three THE JAMBALA YA 00 First Row — Kyle, Field, Barr, Caldwell. Field, S. Second Ron) — Renshaw, Farwell, Holliday, Gravlee Third RoTv — MoNROE, McLeod, Carroll. Page fnjo hundred four THE JAMBALA YA Sigma Chi Founded in 1835. Alpha Om:cion Chapter of Sigma Chi Dr. S. L. Logan Dr. E. D. Fenner Dr. V. C. Smith J. H. MONRCE C. A. Farwell W I lul I.ID.W K I Field 1 1. C. McLeod In Faculty Du. L. B. Cf awkcrd Dr. p. a. McIliiennv ACTI E Mf.mblks ACAUhlMIC W . A. Ren.shaw T. I ' . Farrar TECHNOLOGY C. L. Bar.r V. H. KVLE MEDICINE C. M. Warner J- M. Gravlee w . B. Grayson LAW w. Carroll Dr. E. p. a. FicKLEN, U.S.A. Dr. Cook Joseph W. Carroll J. Lldlow J. W. Caldwell J. I . .Saunder.s P. Crutsincer S. E. Field Page n o hundred five THE JAMBALA YA Alpha Omicron Chapter of Sigma Chi Roll of Chapters Pennsylvania College Bucknell 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 Stale University of Kentucky University of Texas Northwestern Universit y Beloit College Illinois Wesieyan Univ. University of Wisconsin University of Minnesota University of North Dako a University of Illinois University of Chicago University of Nebraska State Univ. of Iowa University of Kansas University of Missouri Washington University Colorado College Massachusetts. Insl. of Technology Albion College Tulane University Univ. of Woosler Ohio Wesieyan Univ. Ohio State University University of Cincinnati Western Reserve Univ. University of Oklahoma University of Arkansas Indiana University DePauw University Butler College Hanover College Purdue University Wabash College Case School of Applied Science University of Pennsylvania Hobarl College Vanderbilt University University of Georgia University of California Univ. of Sou. California University of Montana Leiand Stanford, Jr., Univ. University of Washington Cornell University Columbia University University of Maine Syracuse University Dartmouth College University of Mississippi Page in o hundred six THE JAMBALA YA Page (D ' li hiiii.hcl irVr THE JAMBALA YA Rainold. Griswold, Carter, Brewster RfKE. Gladney, Prescott, Lathrop Le Beuf, Nourse, Guillespi, Cleveland, Porteous Walshe, Stewart, Woodrufk, Botts Page (mo hunJreJ eight THE JAMBALA YA Alpha Tau Omega Established in 1887. Beta Epsllon Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega Founded in 1865. In Faculty William Alexander Bell, LL.B. Allan Cmotard Eustls, M.D. Nathan Cortland Curtis, f h.B., B.S. Randolph Lyons. A.B., M.D. Charles B. Elliott, M.A., M.D. Charles L. Eshelman, .A.B.. M.D. Lawrence DeBuvs, M.D. E. L. Gladney D. W. Stewart, Jr. AcTivt: Members LAW M. Lathrop W. A. F- ' oRTEOus. Jr. Nelvil Le Beuf R. Brewster Cleveland MLUICINE Gillespie J. Dew. Burkhead G. G. Woodruff R: J. YOLNC J. H. Carter. Jr. R. L. GitlswOLD TECHNOLOGY F. E. Rainold C. B. Pre-scot G. C. Wai SHE Pafle ftpo hurulrcti nine THE JAMBALA YA Beta Epsiluii 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 Triiiily College Mercer University Purdue University University of Wisconsin Adrian College Hillsdale College University of Michigan Albion College University of Colorado Simpson College University of Minnesota University of Nebraska University of Wyoming University of Maine Colby College Mass. Inst, of Technology Brown University Univeriity of Vermont St. Lawrence Univ. Cornell University Tufis College Washington Slate College University of Washington Alabama ' Polytechnic Institute University of Alabama Muhlenburg College Lehigh University Washington and Jefferson Pennsylvania College University of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State College University of North Carolina University of Virginia College of Charleston Wittenburg College Ohio State University Kentucky State University Union University Southwestern Presbyterian Univ. Vanderbilt University University of the South University of Tennessee University of California Southern University Tulane University Iowa State University University of Missouri Mount Union College University of Oregon University of Texas Western Reserve University Ohio Wesleyan University Leland Stanford University Page tv o hundred len THE JAMBALAYA I ' agr Ian hlllithcl r rvt THE JAMBALA YA Firsl Row — Bartlett. Martinez. Second Rom — Weston, Blackshear, Lloyd. Third Rom — Simpson. Le Bouceois. Whiteside. Pugc two hundred Iwclvc THE JAMBALAYA )igma Nu Founded ie67. Beta Phi Chapter of Sigma Nu Established 1838. In Faculty Dr. Is-uicre DvtR Dr. S. F. Breaux Dr. Dandrufk West Mr. C. E. Dunbar. Jr. Dr. Henry S. Cocram Dr. William D. Philips G. W. Blackshear M. S. Whiteside A. I.eBouceois A. J. Bartlett AcriN ' E Members C. S. Carter D. B. Martinez Kenedy W. T, Simpson W. K. Lloyd 1 1. A Gentling McMahon Page la o huiulrcil ihirtcen THE JAMBALA YA Active Chapters of Sigma Nu University of Virginia Washinglon and Lee University University of North Carolina Norlh Carolina College Delaware College Vanderbilt University Howard College North Ca. 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 State 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 State University University of Chicago Northwestern University University of Wisconsin University of Michigan University of Minnesota Georgia School of Technology Case School of Applied Science 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 Leiand Stanford University Lehigh University Lafayette College Cornell University Syracuse University Pennsylvania Slate College DePauw 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 Page iJvo httihlicil fourteen THE JAMBALA YA Pafle- ttvo htitulretl ftflcrn THE JAMBALA YA H. Qui.NN, May, G. Quinn Richardson, Wharton, Wight, Perry SCHUERMANN, BuSSEY, HoUGHLAND, B. WiCHT, HoEBS Lowe. Birchett, Smith, J. Neely, Grant BlLLEfTER. ReNNIE, T. NeELV Page tn o hunJreJ sixteen THE JAMBALAYA Delta Tau Delta Founded In 1859. Beta Xi Chapter of Delta Tau Delta Eslablished in 1889. Pierce Butler In Faculty AcT! E Members Dr. J. p. O ' Kelley C. R. BlLI.tlTER B. A. Wight . ARTS AND SCIENCES . . ' 22 George Qui.n.n . . ' 22 •22 TECHNOLOGY J. B. Richardson ' 21 John.son Richardson ' 21 COMMERCE J. A. Wight ' 20 MEDICINE P. T. Neely " 19 T. LuDFORD Rennie " 19 J. Everett Bu.ssey ' 19 H. H. Hobbs ' 19 B. F. Smith ' 19 J. O. Lowe 19 J. W. Neeiy " 21 Haroi.d Qlinn ' 21 W. R. Mav ' 20 J. K. A. BiRciiETT, Jr " 20 G. B. Grant " 22 Pagr fnto liimtlrcil cVentccn THE JAMBALA YA Beta Xi Chapter of Delta Tau Delta Roll of Chapters University of Pitlsburg Washinglon and Jefferson College Vanderbilt University Albion College 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 University of Minnesota University of Colorado Northwestern University Stanford University University of Illinois University of Nebraska University of California University of Chicago Armour Inst, of Technology Baker University University of Missouri University of Washington Iowa Stale College University of Oregon University of Kansas Ohio University Univ. of Michigan Pennsylvania Slate College Hillsdale College Western Reserve Univ. Ohio Wesleyan University Kenyon College Indiana University DePauw University University of Indianapolis Ohio State University Wabash College West Virginia University Purdue University University of Cincinnati Allegheny College Lafayette College Stevens Inst, of Technology Rensselaer Inst, of Technology University of Pennsylvania Lehigh University Tufts College Syracuse University Mass. Inst, of Technology Cornell University Brown University Dartmouth College Columbia University Wesleyan University Washington and Lee University University of Maine Page in n hiimlret} eighteen THE JAMBALAYA 9 Page to n hundiCil nineteen THE JAMBALA YA ScHULTz, Whitehead, Baker RoziER, Milam. Dillman, Godat Harrell. Abbott, Campbell, Bloodworth, Philips McBride, Greaves, Colbert, Murry, Martin Page iKo ImnJreJ Imcnly THE JAMBALA YA Kappa Sigma Founded, 1867, at University of Virginia. Sigma Cliapter of Kappa Sigma Est.iblished 1899. William Prentiss Brown Melvin Johnson White Samuel M. D. Clark Charles A. Wallbillich George J. Crozart, D D.S. John Smvth, Jr. In Faculty Richard Colbert, Jr. Percy D. Graves . . Ralph Hopkins Pierre L. Thibault Ephraim D. Friedricks Generes Dufour Ed. King. M D. J. Favre Baldwin. M.D. Active Members academic . . ' 20 Forrest W. H» ' RREI.l . . " 20 Dewitt T. Milam . •20 •20 TECHNOLOGY Sol Bloodwortii " 21 Edgar Whitehead. Jr ' 19 David R. Graham 71 David W. Godat ' 19 Marcel Livaudais ' 21 Harvey A. Jetmore " 22 Milton A. Vohries ' 20 W. R. Brooksher J. A. Di[ I man . . I Iarrv Ml rry . . S. J. Phillips . . Charles Abbott MEDICINE ' 19 William M. McBride ■|9 H. D. Ocden, Jr. . . •|9 L. W. RoziER . . . " 21 Earl Campbell . , •21 E. B. ToLER . . . •20 •20 •21 •19 LAW H. 11. Martin •19 Page Inut hutulrvil twcnl )-onc THE JAMBALA YA Sigma Chapter of Kappa Sigma Roll of Chapters University of Maine Bowdoin College New Hampshire Stale College Dartmouth College University of Vermont Brown University Massachusetts State College Harvard University Massachusetts Inst, of Technology Cornell University University of Pennsylvania Lehigh University Syracuse University University of Maryland George Washington University Washington and Jefferson College Pennsylvania Stale College Bug knell Universty Dickson College University of Virginia Washington and Lee University William and Mary College Randolph -Macon College Richmond College Hampdcn-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 Slate University Millsaps College Cumberland University University of Tennessee Vanderbill University Swathmore College University of South University of Kentucky University of Michigan Case School of Applied Science Ohio Stale Uni-. ersity 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 Slate 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 Leiand 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. University of Arizona Pa e tivo huruIrcJ livcnl -tivo THE JAMBALA YA -fr I ' oge (Bwi iii ii rri ll»rnl )-llirer THE JAMBALA YA Unsworth, Kerrigan, Gessner Sebastian, Millender, Styles D ' Aquin, Zeicler, Christoffer McLoUCHLIN, COVLE, PeRDUE Page (wo hundred laeiil )-four THE JAMBALA YA Phi Delta Theta Founded al Miami Unlverslly. December 26, 1848 Louisiana Alpha Chapter of Phi Deha Theta Chartered In 1889 Chapter House, 2614 Stale Street Dr. I I. B. Gessner In Faculty Charles Warre.n Duval 1 lii.LiARD E. Miller Active Mf.mbf.rs Charles G. Coyle ' 23 1 Iarold I ' . Zeigler John A. Smith ' 20 LAW Addward Huchey Grace " 21 James F. McLouchlin •21 ■22 MEDICAL J. HcoKER Stiles ' 20 Charles White Millender ' 19 Oscar T. CiiRrsTorrER " 20 Randolph II. Unsworth " 20 Calvin C. I erdue ' 19 Charles S. Cox ' 21 Rancier v. Ehlincer ' 19 Newton L. Sebastian " 21 John J. d ' Aquin " 25 .» " ' i.ij. P- 9 " f-jpsii " ZK a:: MiT Tvfo hunjrril tnrcntyjfivf THE JAMBALA YA Louisiana Alpha Chapter of Phi DeUa Thela Roll of Chapters Lombard College Universily of Colorado Colorado College University of Georgia Emory College Mercer Universily Georgia School of Technology University of Idaho Northwestern University Universily of Chicago Knox College University of Alabama Alabama Polytechnic Inst. Indiana University Wabash College Butler University Franklin College Hanover College DePauw Universily Purdue University Iowa Wesleyan Col. Univ. of Iowa University of California Leland Stanford. Jr., University Univ. of Illinois Westminster College Washington University University of Nebraska Dartmouth College Cornell University Union College Columbia Universily Syracuse University Universily of North Carolina University of North Dakota Miami University University of Pennsylvania Ohio Wesleyan University Ohln Universily Ohio Slale University Case School of Applied Science University of Cincinnati Denison University Universily 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 Universily of Missouri Lehigh University Pa. State College McGllI University Brown University Univ. of South Dakota Vanderbill University University of the South Southwestern Universily Universily of Ulah Universily of VermonI University of Virginia Page Iwo JnitulicJ u»cn lj-A(x THE JAMBALAYA V w A T M , I ' age tn,,i liim.lfcl IprflfV irVr THE JAMBALAYA Finl Row — Gilder. Black, Williams, Frere, Moss. Second Row — CoLcocK, Stafford, Postell, Dvkers. Jones. Third Ron — Johnson, Bookout, Parkhouse, Barnes, Krause. Page livo hundred lmenl )-cight THE JAMBALA YA Sigma Alpha Epsilon Founded Match 9, 1356. al l!ie University of A ' aba-na Tail Upsilon Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Esliblishcd in 1897 George K. Pratt. Jr.. M.D. James A. Lvo.ns In Faculty Chr?stian G. Cole. M. D. Donald DERlCkso: AcTi F. Members ACADEMIC Jules Durel Black ' 21 George Francis Kelly Will iam t -ERCUsoN CoLcocK .... ' 2 1 Ruio:pii I ' .dwar:) Kra ' JSE •21 70 Walter J. Bar.nes . . Edward D. I ' arkhouse TECHNOLOGY . " 20 John Reginald Dykers 21 . " 21 Kendall Williams ' 21 MEDICAL r-ELLX R. Brunot ' 20 Wayne Gilder " 20 Oi.in W. Moss " 20 Davio G. Stapkord ' 21 CuARirs I. Johnson ' 2. JoiiN Marsh Fkere " 20 John 1 I. Kittrell ' 20 I RANK U. WlL-SON ' 20 Bertram 1 " .. Bcokout ' 22 I ' .Dl 1 I I. loNES ' 22 t ' tigc (UK) htiiuhcil tivcnl t-ninc THE JAMBALA YA Sigma Alpha Epsilon University of Maine Boston University Mass. Institute of Technology Howard University Wooster Polytechnic In t. Cornell University Columbia University Syracuse University Si. Stevens College Allegheny College Dickson College Pennsylvania State College University of Pittsburg Bucknell University Gettysburg College University of Pennsylvania University of Virginia Washington and Lee University Roll of Chapters 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 Universily University of Indiana University of Chicago University of Minnesota University of Wisconsin University of Georgia University of Oklahoma Mercer University Georgia School of Technology Southern University Universily of Alabama Alabama Polytechnic Institute University of Missouri Washington University University of Nebraska University of Arkansas University of Kansas Kansas State College State University of Iowa Iowa Slate College University of Colorado Washington Agricultural Col. Denver Universily Colorado School of Mines Leland Stanford. Jr.. Univ. George Washington Universilv Virginia Military Institute University of California Universily of Washington Louisiana State Universily Tulane University University of Mississippi University of Texas Central University Oregon State College University of Florida Beloit College Bethel College Southwestern Presbyterian University Cumberland University Vandeibilt University University of Tennessee University of the South Union University University of Oklahoma Page Imo humheil ih ' ni)) THE JAMBALA YA f ttgc Iwo fiuftihctl lhiit f-otte THE JAMBALA YA First Rom — Kearney, Burns, Brown. ScconJ Rom— Williams, McGee, B, Brown, Ri; iieson. TliirtI Rom -O ' Shee, Caffery, Todd, McCay. I-Olirih Roll) — MOENCK, AlKER, Al KER, FaVROT. Page lao liunJicJ lhiil -lmo THE JAMBALA YA Delta Kappa Epsilon I ' ounded in 1834 Tau Lambda Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon Chartered. 1899 Dr. 1. Patten Dr. C. N. Chavicny In Faculty Nicholas Calla.n J. U. 1.1.1 lOTT. Sr. Dr. I I. Daspit Ac ii i. Members Academic I ' ercv [.. McCav " 19 D. S. O ' Shee R. S. Perkins 21 J Burns ' 21 TECHNOLOGY C. f " . r-AVROT ■19 i:. B. Vi;-i.iAM3 21 M. A. MoENCK ' 19 A. Al.KER ' 21 p. Alker ' 22 R. Brow.s 22 I ' . Brown ' 22 D. Caifery ' 22 N. DiRussy " 22 L. RicnESON ' 22 R. Todd 21 N. KlARNEV ' 21 PRE-MEDICAL M(Gef ' 24 Page lar Imiiilrcil lliiil ill rec THE J AMBALA YA Tau Lambda Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon Roll of Chapters Yale University Bowdoin College Colby University Amherst College Vanderbill University University of Alabama Brown University Univeriity of North Carolina University of Virginia Miami University Klenyon College Dartmouth College Central University of Kentucky Middlebury College University of Michigan Williams College Lafayette College Hamilton College Colgate University College of the City of New York University of Rochester Rutgers College DePauw University Wesley an University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Western Reserve University Cornell University Syracuse University Columbia University University of California Trinity College University of Minnesota Massachusetts Institute of Technology University of Chicago Unuersity of Toronto Tulane University University of Pennsylvania McGll! University Leland Stanford University University of Illinois University of Wisconsin Washington University University of Texas Pa c trvo hiintheil thh 3-four THE JAMBALA YA Page lao hundred lhirl})-live THE JAMBALA YA First Roni — Macee, Koonce, Kerlin, Lyons. Second Rom — HoBsoN. King, Gooch, Townsend. TbirJ Rom — Rau, Mercier, Huccins, Henderson. Haggerman. Finirih Row — Poole, Brown. Prtchett, Puckett, Perkins. Page Imo hunJrcJ lhirl )-six THE JAMBALA YA Phi Kappa Sigma Found, d, 1H50 Mu Chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma Chapter House 1586 Callioun SirccI AcTiNt: Members ACADEMIC W. KrRBV Henderson ' 21 TECHNOLOGY J. Ebi.en Rau ' 19 Walter H. Mercier Jean M. King ' 20 Frederick P. Haccerman LAW ■21 W. S. Ki.iNE MEDICAL Shirley C. Lyons 19 Douglas Kerlin PHiLrp S. Perklns ' II Robert M. Pool Harry W. Pritci-ett 19 II. C. Magee . . Lewis M. Coocn ' 20 Torrest Puckett Isaac C. Hucglss ' 20 Philip B. Koonce Charles L. Brown ' 20 li. W. Townsend Sam I Iodson . ' 20 •20 •22 •20 •21 •21 " 21 •22 •22 ' ujfc ij»n fiuiuhiil iif y-ACi ' cn THE JAMBALA YA Mu Chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma Roll of Chapters University of Pennsylvania Washing ' on 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 Unnersity University of West Virginia Leland Stanford, Jr., Universily University of Maine Armour Institute of Technology University of Maryland University of Wisconsin Vanderbilt University Universily of Alabama University of California Massachusetts Institute of Technology Georgia School of Technology Purdue University University of Michigan Universily of Chicago Cornell University University of Minnesota Alumni Chapters Philadelphia Richmond Chicago New York Pittsburg Baltimore New Orleans Sjuthern California Atlanta Harrlsburg Elvanston Delroll San Francisco Page tUfo hurulrcJ ihiily-cight THE JAMBALA YA A ' liffr (1) ' " himilicl Ihirlxi-ltiiir THE JAMBALA YA Ledoux Corry 1 Iammett, W. Hammett, L. Elizardi Foote. T. FooTE, J. Grunewald Allain Moyanhan I ' ercuson Page tn o hunJn ' Li fori}) THE JAMBALA YA Pi Kappa Alpha Founded. 1868 Eta Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha Dr. John A. I.ancford Dr. Robert Stro.nc Inslalled IH78 In Faculty Prof. James Roberts Prof. C. S. Williamso.n, Jr. Active Members art.s and sciences Tandy Q. Tcote ' 21 William 1 Iammftt Joseph I " .. Corrv ' 21 Randolph 1 dote . 20 •21 TECHNOLOGY McLean J. Ledoux ' 21 Beverly Ferguson Frank F.lizardi Roy Moynahan •21 •21 Louis Hammett •20 •|9 LAW Al EX Al LAIN •19 MEDICAL Hudson Crunewald (I ' lrdgr) . . •21 Page (DID htinJrcil lorl i-ont THE JAMBALA YA Eta Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha Roll of Chapters University of Virginia Davidson College William and Mary College Southern University University of Tennessee Tulane University Southweslem Presbyterian University Hampden-Sydney College Transylvania University Richmond College Washington and Lee University University of North Carolina Alabama Polytechnic College North Georgia Agricultural College Kentucky State University Trinity College Louisiana Stale University Georgia School of Technology North Carolina A. M. College University of Arkansas Univeisily of Florida University of Illinois Beloit College Millsaps College Missouri School of Mines Georgetown College University of Missouri University of Cincinnati Southwestern Uni ersily I loward College Ohio State University University of California University of Utah New York University I. S. C. " Ames " ' Syracuse University K. S. A. C. " Manhattan " Pennsylvania State College University of Washington Univeisity of Kansas University of New Mexico Western Reserve University Southern Methodist University Cornell University Pa c two hundrcc} forly-tivo THE JAMBALAYA ' ugc- Bill ImiitlrcJ furljilhrcc THE JAMBALA YA BiENVENU, Delahoussave, Morse, Linfield, Murrell McLaurin, Dantzler. Craig, Wright, Gardiner Simmons Love. Gardiner, Parkerson, Lejeune, Colomb CotoMB. Fine, Bethea. Taylor, Cassity Page Imo hunJreJ forl )-four THE JAMBALA YA Beta Theta Pi Founded, 1839 Bela Xi Chapter of Beta Theta Pi Installed. I SOS Chapter House, IOtO Audubon Street Dr. Charles J. Bloom In Faculty Dr. Marcv Joseph Lyons AcTi f; Members ARTS AND SCIENCES William Parkerson lO Lorenzo N. Dantzler, J ' . James J. Morse ' 21 LAW Dr. Muir BuADbi rn 19 John L. Toler •20 TECHNOLOGY Robert F,. Craig, II I) Fisher F. Simmons ' 22 Charles L. Wriciu. Jr ' 20 Robert II. I ' ine " 22 George M. Murrell ' 22 George LeGardeuk " 22 William Parkerson ' 20 MEDICAL 1 h (.11 I .. Md.AURiN ' 19 Roy E. Delahoussave Edwin H. Linfield James L. Taylor, Jr. . Brook? A. Coiomb Stanford F. Bethea •20 ' 20 ' 20 •20 •|9 Walter Peters Gardiner .... ' 20 Thomas Stafford Love . ' 20 Lionel J. Bienvenu ' 21 Jacic Holland Cacsity " 21 Edmond Suchon, II 23 Octave H. Colomb ' 23 Francis E. LeJeune " 20 Page la o liumlicj forl -fivc THE JAMBALA YA Beta Xi Chapter of Beta Theta Pi Roll of Chapters Bowdoin Brown Maine Amherst Dailmouth Wesleyan Williams Yal Colgale Cornell St. Ohl Ohio State Witlenberg DePauw Hanover Purdu Lawrence Syracuse Toronio Union Columbia Mass. Inst, of Technology Pennsylvania Stale College Washington and Jefferson West Virginia North Carolma Virginia Case Denison Kenyon Ohio Wesleyan Western Reserve Centre Cincinnati Miami Dickinson Indiana Rutgers Stevens Johns Hopkins Lehigh South Dakota Kansas Kansas State Missouri Vanderbill Washington. Mo. Westminster Colorado Colorado College Colorado Mines Denver Idaho Oregon University California Centre Georgia Tech bash Beloit Chicago Pennsylvania Bethany Davidson of Washington llinois Knox M ' chigan Northwestern Wisconsin Oklahoma Texas Tulane Iowa Washincjton and Lee Leland Stanford. Jr. Whitman Iowa State Minnesota Nebraska Utah Page in o hunJrcil forfy -six THE JAMBALA YA »_« ,595W: Pate loin hiin:lic,l forl |■ c en THE JAMBALAYA Kessler, S., Marx, Newman, H. Aschaffenberc Newman, R., Lob. Wachenheim ScHARFF, L., ScHARFF, A. Coleman, Lemle, Salmon Page two hundred forlXf-cighl THE JAMBALA YA Zeta Beta Tau Founded in 1898 Sigma Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau Kslabl.sScd in 1 09 AcTi F. Members ARTS AND SCIENCES Louis G. Lemi.e ' 19 H rold W. Newman, Jr. . Adolph K. Scharff I ' ' I ' .ucene A. Aschafienburc Lester D. Sciiarik 19 l wnoipii I. Newman , . TECHNOLOGY Sam Kessler, Jr ' 20 Harold M. Sai mon . . . Nathan L. Hass ' 21 Albert Wachenheim, Jr. . J. Keifer Newman ' 22 MEDICAL Denzil Coleman ' 21 Walter Blum LAW I nwiN 1 Marx " 20 70 ' 21 •22 •22 22 Page ln o htitulrfil fort f-nine THE JAMBALA YA 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 University of Alabama University of Virginia University of Missouri Tulane University Union University Brooklyn Polytechnic University Ohio Slate University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Syracuse University Louisiana Slate University Harvard University University of Illinois McGill University Page (D ' o lunr rc, fifl THE JAMBALA YA I ' afc i»( hiinjreil i ty-onc THE ] AMBALA YA MaRSAILLIS, FlLLASTRE, l ' EARS , BvNUM LoTHROP, Devron. Boulet, Wulff. Wadlin HusTEDT, Wakeman, C.Dabezies Simpson, Duffy, Sharp. Foster, Nungesser Barnes, O. Dabezies, Colee, Lescale Page Iwn IniiulrcJ fifl )-lao THE JAMBALA YA Delta Sigma Phi hounded. 1899, al College of ihc Cily of New ork Chi Chapter of Delta Sigma Phi AcTi E Members Rdwin a. Bvnl ' M Roger F . Sharp Rancall Leceai Rex Lothrop TECHNOLOGY Clem O. Dabezies 70 I Iarrv Hustedt ' 21 ■ I ' Richard W. Leche ' 22 . ' 20 Harold I.e eai " 21 MoRRrs James Duffy MEDICAL Charles M. Lescale Cuv Lothrop Don S. Marsalis, ' 20 Fred A. Wolff, Jr. LAW A. B. Simpson Nathan Tycer Oliver I 1. Dabezies Otto L. Colee Eddy Brown Michael Irwin DENTAL John A. F ' oster A. J. FiLLASTRE Arts and Sciences FORETS OaKES Julius Hassan Barnes L. F. Wakeman I ' tifc lo ' i) liiiiulrcil fifl] -ll ice THE JAMBALA YA Chi Chapter of Delta Sigma Phi Chapter Roll College of ihe City of New York University of Cfiicago New ' ork University University of Pennsylvania University of Texas St. Louis University University of Pittsburg Tulane University University of California North Carolina A. M. Wofford College Waynesburg College Alumni Chapters Dallas Baltimore New ' ork Chicago Philadelphia Pittsburg Thiel College Hillsdale College Franklin and Marshall College Cumberland University Southern Methodist University Pagv iivo hunJrciJ fifl )-four THE JAMBALAYA a 7 ' n ' ci hiinJrcJ fifl -five THE JAMBALA YA Firsl Row — Watson, Murry, Humble, Bii i.incs, Dixon. Second Rom — Elder, McAdoo, Blackmar, McMillan. Donaldson Third Roti — Haller, Gilder, Hawthorne, Evans, Perkins. Fmirlh Hoa — Neely, Wright, Dillman, Grayson, Fitzgerald. Page tuto hundred fift ) six THE JAMBALAYA Alpha Kappa Kappc Founded 1888 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. Oeschner, M.D. Henry Bayon. M.D. S. O. Dei.oup, M.D. Honorary Members Allen E. Maise. M.D. C. S. Lewis, M.D. II. 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. Cmavicny, M.D. Randall Hunt, M.D. Frank C. Shut, M.D. George V. Wallace, M.D. P. B. Salatich, M.D. C. J. Sandfried. M.D. O. W. Betiiea. M.D. J D. Wels. M D. Roll of Chapters Darlmoulh College, Medical DeparlmenI College of Physicians and Surgeons. San Fran- cisco Tufis Medical School Univrrsily of X ' ermonI, Medical DeparlmenI Jefferson Medical College L. I. College I lospilal Medical School College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago Maine Medical School, Bowdoin College Unlversily of Syracuse, Medical DeparlmenI Marquelle Universily, Medical DeparlmenI Cornell Universily, Medical DeparlmenI Universily of Pennsylvania, Medical DeparlmenI Rush Medical College Norlhweslern Universily, Medical Drpaitmrnl University of Cincinnati, Medeical DeparlmenI Starling-Ohio, Medical Universily Denver and Gross Medical College University of California, Medical Department University of Oregon, Medical DeparlmenI Vanderbill Universily. Medical Depa.lmenI Universily of Minneesola. Medical Department Universily of Tennessee and Llniveisity of Nash- ville, Medical DeparlmenI 1 ulane Universily, Medical Department University of Georgia, Medical Department McGill University, Medical Department Universily of Toronlo. Medical DeparlmenI George X ' ashinglon Universily, Medical Depl. ale Medical School Universily of Texas, Medical Department Universily of Michigan, Department of Medicine and Surgery L ' niversily College of Medicine South Carolina Medical College St. Louis University University of Louisville, Medical DeparlmenI Western Reserve Universily, Medical Department University Medical College Universily of Pittsburg, Medical Department D ,! Itiitiihctl ftfl j- rvrn THE JAMBALAYA .1El((, . ■tirt Rl i A AVJWLIO t6 , Page (mo hnnilicd fiflv-eighl THE JAMBALAYA Cleveland. Macheca. Lloyd. Wilson. Philips Campbell. Poole. Taylor. Blincoe, Jones Milam. Unsworth. Thorpe. Bethea. Carter. Brewster Blackshear. Johnson. Gardiner. Anderson. Abbott. Gillespie Miller. McBride. Cassity. Woodrufk. LeJeune BooKOUT. Lowe. McLaurin. Martinez. Whiteside, Frere TnKt litittilicil ftfi )-ntnr THE JAMBALA YA Phi Chi Omicron Chapter of Phi Chi Organized 1902 Prof. C. J. Miller Prof. John B. Elliot, Jr. Prof. S. M. D. Clark Prof. E. D. Fenner Prof C. C. Bass Dr. J. A. Lanford Dr. L.. R. DeBuys Dr. Victor C. Smith Dr. C. . Allen In Faculty Dr. W. H. Kostmaver Dr. M. J. Celpi 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. Edwakd W. Mahler Roll of Chapters Dr. II. W. Harris Dr. Samuel Logan Dr. S. M. Blackshear Dr. G. King Logan Dr. Randolph Lyons Dr. Henry Daspit Dr. Urban Moes Dr. AiLEN C Eustis Dr. S. Ch.mlle Jamison University of Vermont University of Texas Medical College of N ' irginia University College of Medicine University of Alabam.i University of Pittsburg Indiana University Medical College Texas Christian University Tulane University of Louisiana Vanderbilt University University of Chicago College of Physicians and Surgeons Atlanta Medical College Jefferson Medical College George Washington University University of Michigan University of LouisviPe Western Reserve Bowdoin College Baltimore Medical College Georgetown University University of North Caiolina Chirurgical College University of California University of Pennsylv.inla 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 Stale University University of Arkansas University of Kansas Page tn n hitrulri-il sixly THE JAMBALA YA I ' ogr Itin huiulrcil ]ijrlji-oiic THE JAMBALA YA First RnK — MixoN, Britt, Cefalu, Clark, Russell, Fears. Second Rom — Johnson, Battalora, Baker, Armstrong, Hawkins. Third ow— HoBsoN, Cordon, Awtrey, McLellan, Croswf.ll. Fourth Row — Rateau, Kerlin. Fifth Row — Jones, Lyles, Crawiord, Mii.ier, Zonder. Sixlli Rote MosELEY, BussEY, Kramer, Mariin, Moulton, Seals, Martin. Page Itvo hundred sixl i-tn o THE JAMBALAYA ■ Page (mo iiirt. rn ixl )■lhrcc THE JAMBALAYA First Roa — DupuY, Brady, Savoy. Seiioiul oiu— White, Schultz, Woolsey, Thomas. ThirJ Roa — WiLsoN, Walker, Brook.sher, Morgan. Page tjvo hunilreil sixty-four THE JAMBALAYA Phi Beta Pi Founded al Weslern PennsyUania Medical College. March 10. 1891. Alpha Beta Chapter of Phi Beta Pi Inslalled 1S07 loMER Dupuis, M.D. Jay T. Nix. M.D. Walther. M.D. In Faculty M. Earl Brown, M.D. Alfred A. Keller, M.D. J. Frank Points, M.D. R. M. Blakely, M.D. Sidney F. Brand, M.D. Henry W. E. Roll of Chapters Alpha Unlversily of Plllsburg Pillsburg. Pa. Bcia University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Mich. Delia Rush Medical College Chicago. III. Zcia Balllmore College of Physicians and Surgeons Baltimore, Md. Ela Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia, Pa. Thcia Norlhweslern University Medical College Chicago, III. lola University of Illinois Chicago. 111. Kafipa Detroit College of Medicine Detroit, Mich. Lambda St. Louis University St. Louis, Mo. A u Washington University St. Louis, Mo. Xi Univerlsty of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. Omicron Perdue University Indianapolis. Ind. Pi University Iowa Iowa City, la. Rho V ' anderblll University Nashville, Tenn. Sigma University of Alabama Mobile, Ala. Tail University of Missouri Columbia, Mo Chi Georgetown University Washington, D. C. Alpha Alpha John A. Crelghton University Omaha, Neb. Alpha BcIa Tulane University New Orleans. La. Alpha Camma Syracuse University Syracuse, N. 1 . Alpha Delia Medlco-Chirugiial College Philadelphia, Pa. Alpha Epiilon Marquette University Milwaukee. Wis. Alpha Zcia University School of Medicine Bloominglon, Ind. Alpha Ela Unlversily of Virginia Norfolk, ' «. Alpha lola Unlversily of Kansas Lawrence, Kan. Alpha Kappa University of Texas Galveston, 1 r . Alpha l.anihila University of Oklahoma Norman, CUla. Alpha A ii University of Louisville Louisville, Ky. Alpha V ' li University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Alpha , ' i I larvard University Brookllne, Mass. Alpha Omirron Johns I iopkins University Balllmore, Md. Phi P)i Medical College of ' lrglnla Richmond, ' ». Nu University Medical College Kansas City, Mo. Upsilon Ohio Wesleyan Univeriily Columbut, Ohio Alpha ThcIa l.eland Stanford. Jr., University San Francisco, Cal. Omega Univeriily of Pennsylvania Philadelphia. I a. Page in ' .i him,lie,l Aixl t-ftve THE JAMBALA YA Pii v n ' o hiiruhci} iixt -six THE JAMBALA YA Firsl Roa — Brown, Boulet, Knolie. Scconil lioa- V. Simpson, Parker, Lescale. Thlril Row- RoziER, Parrish, Bowlin. Fourth Roni— Marsau.is. Styles, Neely. I ' agc liva liuitilrcj lixfji-icvcn THE JAMBALA YA Kappa Psi Pi Chapter of Kappa Psi Founded May 30, 1879 W. W. BUTTERWORTII. M.D. F. M. Johns, M.D. W. H. Sefman, M.D. In Faculty J. E. Landri , 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. Fern ' .ndez, M.D. Roll of Chapters Medical College of Virginia. Columbia University University of Maryland Maryland Medical College Georgetown University Philadelphia College oi 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 State College Jefferson Medical College University of Tennessee North Pacific College University of Pittsburj George Washington University University of Louisvi!! University of Washington Washington State College Piigc in o hutuhcti Mxt }-cighl THE JAMBALAYA i iflc fipo hutitlrctl Aixfy-ninc THE lAMBALAYA l- ' irsi oB — Field, R. J., Birchett. May. Field. S. E. Second Roa — Bean, Smith, Ehlincer, Sparks, Wilkerson. Third Ron) — Kirkpatreck, Hollowav. Rennie, Millender, McLeod, Holliday. Foiirlh Row — Dr. Bloom, Dr. Lynch, Dr. Hardesty, Dr. Matas. Dr. Eshleman, Dr. Cassecram, Dr. Duval. Fiflh Rom — Colomb, Jones, Dr. Pitkin, Dr. Bloom, Linfield, Gravlee, Sixth Rojv — Bienvenu, Scott, Vidrine, Grant. Page Irvu hundred jivcii jj THE JAMBALA YA Nu Si Nu Mgma Founded in 1892 al ihe University of Illinois Beta Iota Chapter of Nu Sigma Nu Instituted 1910 In Faculty Dr. Rudolph Matas Dr. ' Waldemar R. Metz (U. S. Dr. Irving I Iardesty Dr Octave C. Cassecrain Dr. Charies V. Dcvai. Dr. Charles J. Bloom Dr. John S.myth (U. S. Army) Dr. R. Clyde Lynch Navy) Active Rancier B. Ehlincer 19 Walter P. Hollidav " 19 Charles V. Millender ..... ' 19 Dorf Bean ' 19 Hugh C. McLeod " 19 Paul D. Holi.oway ' 19 Ch s. K. Kipkpatrick. Jr ' 19 Benjamin I- . Smith ' 19 T. LuDFoRD Rennie " 19 William W. Wilkerson ' 20 Arthur ' idri e " 20 Roll of University of Miclii an 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 Rellevur I lospital Medical College Albany Medli nl College Wcsbington University Jefferson Medirnl College Weilern Reserve University Mfmbers Philip H. Jones. Jr ' 20 Lionel Bienvenu " 20 Birchett " 20 May 70 S. E. Field " 20 Cravlee " 20 Sparks ' 20 B. a. C0L0.MB " 20 E. H. LtNFIELD ' 20 Scott ' 20 Grant ' 20 Chapters Cornell University Leiand Stanford, Jr., University University of California University of Toronto University of Virginia University of Maryland Johns i lopkins L ' niversity University of Buffalo University of Iowa University of Nebraska Yale University University of Indiana University of Kansas I ulnne University 1 larvard University University of I exns Page llvn htitiihcil icvent -one THE JAMBALAYA Pa e tii o hundred 3fvrn p-(n o THE JAMBALAYA Phi Alpha Sigma (Foundfd April 9. 1888. al llie Bcllevue Hospital Mrdir il College.) Geo. J. DeRev.na. Jr. Jonas Rosenthal D. F. Ernest Fratrk.s in Urbf. J . Mene.ndez J. Bendel P. Graffacius A. Menendez M. D. Haspel A. Caire Fratres in Collfgio Waiter L. Blum l. Oliver F.rnst Lou;s M. Grossman Jno. Clecens Rodick Ralph Estevez Roll of Ciiaptfrs Alpha Bellevue Hospital Medical College Beta University o( Pennsylvania Gamm.i Cornell University Delta Jefferson Medical College Epsilon University of Texas Zela Norlhweslern University Medical College Eta 1 ulanc University I ' ligc Ituo limiiire,! icvrnlv ihree THE JAMBALAYA tiU f J; Page mo ' .u JreJ sevcnl four THE JAMBALAYA hint nIli--Bui.l.ARD, lilOUNT. Le l ' leurs. Second Rom — False, Pierce. W ' adi.in. Roberts. ThirJ Roa — DuNN, Barnes, Fii i astrf. Poindexter. Fi ' iirlli Rriiv -Drayton, IIinton, Coi.ee. Fo.ster. I agc ln n hinitlrctl c ' cnl)f-fivc THE JAMBALA YA Psi Omega Beta Epsilon Chapter of Psi Omega Colors: Blue and While In Faculty Wallace Wood, Jr. Edw. B. Ducasse Eugene Fortier Jos, M. Garcia Alfred A. Leeie A. L. Ducasse Benjamin L. Gore George B . Crozart J. H. Barnes Clyde R. Bailey Ralph A. Brownfield John L. Bullard Ollie-Belle Clark John A. Foster Alvin J. Fillastre Active Members Walter Ratliff Jos. W. Blount S. Forest 1 Iinton Eric W. Day John A. Wadlin Asa a. Meredith John Drayton Bruce M. Pierce Jewel C. Roberts Albert M. LaFlu, Jr. Brooks J. Poindexter Edwin Dunn Phylip Marquez Frank Johnson Otto L. Colee Page li»o htinilictl iCWiUv-six THE JAMBALAYA Beta Epsilon Chapter of Psi Omega Roll of Chapters Baltimore Collrgc of Dental Surgery New York College of Dentistry Pennsylvania Collrgc of Dental Surgery Tufts Denial 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 Marvard University Dental School Louisville College of Dental Surgery Baltimore Medical College (Dental Department) College of Physicians and Surgeon? (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 Vanderbilt University University College of Medicine Medical College of Virginia Washington University Dental College Kansas City Dental College Wisconsin College for Physicians and Surgeons ' u(fe ttt ' o lurii ro jevcn(y-scvcn THE JAMBALA YA Page Ijiio hi:ruhcj scvcnl )-eighl THE JAMBALAYA Finl liom Bail. WiciistR. Second Roj» — Adams. Allred. Burcis, Tucker, Moore. Third Rom— Mocabcab.Jaubfrt, I ' rench, Delahoussave, Garret Fourlh oi i— Soroi A. STAiroRn. Goocii. Bennett. Kiciiy. Fifth lii a ' UiiiivMs, Ricuv. Woodward, Wacner. Cranberry. " uj p ItDn hundred 3rvr« y-Minr THE JAMBALA YA Phi Rho Sigma Founded Oclober 31. 1890 Delta Omicion Alpha Chapter of Phi Rho Sigma G. K. Pratt. Jr.. M.D. R. A. Strong. M.D. P. F. Murphy. M.D. L. A. Hebert. M.D. Capt. R. a. Strong Lt. D. J. Murphy Lt. G. W. Faivre Lt. J. B. Ferran Installed May. 1918 In Faculty a. D. Henriques. M.D. H. C. Lochte. M.D. R. B. Harrison, M.D. L. Y. Lopez. M.D, In the Service Capt. L. V. Lopez Lt. L. a. Hebert Lt. H. C. Lochte Lt. R. J. Mailhes H. T. Simon. M.D. J. R. Hume, M.D. P. S. QUERENS. M.D. G. H. Hauser, M.D. Lt. p. L. Querens Lt. H. T. Simon Lt. R. C. Voss Roll of Chapters Alpha Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, III. Beta University of Illinois. Chicago. III. Camma Rush Medical College. Chicago, III. Delta Col. Phys. and Surg. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal. Epsilon Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, Detroit, Mich. Zela University of Michigan Medical School. Ann Arbor, Mich. Eta John A. Creighton Medical College, Omaha, Neb. Theta Tau University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, Minn. lota University of Nebraska College of Medicine, Oma ha and Lincoln, Nebraska. I appa Western Reserve School of Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio. Lambda Phi University of ' Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Penn. ! ' J State University of Iowa, College of Medicine, Iowa City, Iowa. Vu Medical School of Harvard University, Boston, Mass. Omicron ■ • Marquette University School of Medicine. Milwaukee. Wis. Pi Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis. Ind. l ha . Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Penn. Sigma University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. L ' tMicn Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Shull and Sceptre Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Conn. Chi University of Pittsburg. Pittsburg. Penn. P51 University of Colorado, Denver, Col. Alpha Omc a Delta .... University of Buffalo. Buffalo. N. Y. Omega Ohio Stale University, Columbus, Ohio. Alpha Beta Columbus University, New York City. Alpha Comma McGill University Faculty of Medicine, Montreal, Quebec. Delta Omicron Alpha .... Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, La. Phi Rho Sigma . . . . Alumni Chapter Harvard University. Boston, Mass. Northern Ohio Alumni Chapter Western Reserve, Cleveland, Ohio. Page mo hunJreil eight]) THE JAMBALA YA ' «)( • DM Imn.lrfJ ciglilv-oiir THE JAMBALA YA Hernandez, Framhein. Aiken Aaron, Torn, Casasola Page livo huTulieil cightxi-ljvo THE JAMBALAYA Xi Psi Phi Founded 18% Alpha Nu Chapter of Xi P51 Phi Established 1918 Roll of Chaptlrs University of Michigan, Dental DcparlmcnI. New ' ork College of Dentistry. Philadelphia Denial College. Baltimore College of Den ' al Surgery. University of Icwa, Dental Department. Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery. University of Maryland, Dental Department. Indiana Dcnfal College. University of California, Dental Department. Ohio Slate University, Dental DcparlmcnI. Chicago College of Denial Surgery. University of Buffalo, Dental Department. Harvard University. Dental Department. Medical College of Virginia. Royal College of Dental Surgeons. University of Pennsylvania, Dental Department. Northwestern University. Dental Deparlmenl. University of lllinnis. Dental Department. Washington University. Dental Department. Ohio College of Dental Surgery. University of Minnesota. Dental Deparlmenl. Western Dental College. Lincoln Dental College. V ' anderbill University, Dental Department. Detroit Medical College. Dental Department. Baltimore Medical College. Dental Department. New Orleans College of Dentistry. North Pacific Colleg? of Dentistry. Southern Denial College. Atlanta Southern Dental College. Unncrsity of Southern California. Dental De- partment. Central University of Kentucky, Dental De- partment. Crcighlon University, Dental Department. College of Jersey. Dental Department. George Wash ngton Un vcrsity. Denial Depart- ment. Fulane University. Dental Department. u(jf Iti ' o hundred eighty-thfcc THE JAMBALA YA «te%, onoraru Jfraterntti Officers Dr. Marcus Feincold Coumetor Mr. Wilkes Adams Knolle PresiJeni Mr. Earl Thomas White Vice-PresiJenl Miss Aldea Maher . ' . Secretary-Treasurer Faculty Members Dr. Carroll Woolsey Allen Dr. John Taylor Halsey Dr. Charles Cassedy Bass Dr. Irving Hardesty Dr. Charles Warren Duval Dr. Rudolph Matas Dr. Marcus Feincold Dr. Frederick William Parham Dr. Walter Eugene Carrey Dr. Joseph Deutsch Weis Undergraduate Members Mrs. Margaret P. H. Bowden Mr. Wilkes Adams Knolle Mr. John Alfred Beals Miss Aldea Maher Mr. Berney Sumner Clay Mr. Earl Thomas White Mr. Henry Lofton Kitts Page Ijvo hunJreJ cigh: )-fnur THE JAMBALAYA Alpha Omega Alpha Honorary Fraternity Founded al the Unlversily of Illinois in 1902. Roll of Chapters 1902 Alpha of Illinois Universily of Illinoii Bcia of Illinois University of Chicago 1903 Comma of Illinois Norlhwcslern University Alpha of Ohio X eslcrn Reserve Universily Alpha of Pennsylvania Jefferson Medical College Beta of Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania 1905 Alpha of Missouri Washington Universily 1906 Alpha of Massachusetts Harvard University Alpha of California University of California Alpha of Maryland Johns Hopkins University Alpha of Ontario Universily of Toronto 1907 Alpha nf I ' ent ) ' oil( Columbia University Alpha of Michigan University of Michigan 1908 Alpha of . tinncsota University of Minncsot.i 1910 Beta of Net) Yorl( Cornell University 1911 Comma of Nea Yorl( Syracuse Universily Alpha of Qudbec ... McGill Universitv Alpha of Ncbrasl[a University of Nebraskii Alpha of Louisiana Tulane Universily 1916 Beta of Ohio . . Univeiiily of Cincinnati Cuninia of Pennsylvania L ' nivenity of Pitlibuig Alpha of Iniliana ... Indiana University Page two hunilreJ eighly-fivc THE JAMBALA YA Kappa Delta Phi Members Adolph K. Scharff, ' 19 Julius H. Barnes. ' 19 John Foster, ' 19 A. B. Simpson, ' 21 (Law) Otto L. Coles, ' 19 Coleman L. Barr, ' 19 Kappa Delta Phi is a Junior-Senior Sociely organized for the promotion of col- lege spirit at Tulane Unnersity. Il 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; and secondly, by b:nding together those who have made unusual effort, thus becoming a force for great good by securing unity of action. Page Inio hunJrcil cighly-six. ■m M ' Y. ' isx ! , iimsmi mmzmm fvm- f ; - -- AW. ' i i)j - cjw THE JAMBALAYA • ' iVjI lion — Danneker, Wakeman, Kramer. Scconil Roll) —Sanders, Macruoer. McCay. ThirJ RoB — Foster, Griswold. Page (n ' li luiiiilretl e!flil )-nine THE JAMBALA YA BSIT Counc Officers Lewis F. Wakeman PresiJcni P. L. McCay Vicc-PfcsiJcnl Eve Macruder Sccrelarv-Treaiurer The Tulane University Student Council consists of the President., 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 and treasurer. The members are: L. F. Wakeman Commerce John M. Danneker Pharmacv J. T. Sanders Uplomn MeJicul J. C. Kraemer Laa R. L. Criswold Technology P. L. McCay Arls ami Sciences John Foster Denial R. G. Douglas Doiyn onTi Meilical Eve Macruder Neacomb Page lx»o hiinilleil ninety THE JAMBALAYA Ml I ' LTRIDCE Dantzler Wakeman Revnoi ds Waldo Warrisfr W ' rk.mt I ' tigr fllii ItiUiltril iitiit-JV ' nc THE JAMBALA YA ■Rt-. -a lAMBAlA OARD Officers Lorenzo N. Dantzler, Jr EdiloT-in-ChUi Charles L. Wright. Jr Business Manager Lewis F. Wakeman Assislanl Business Manager Ivy Waldo Nemcomh Editor KaTHERINE McFetrIDGE . . . Ncr»comh Business Manager Mary Warriner Art Editor LuDA E. Reynolds Nemcomb Assistant Editor M. O. MoSELEV Staff Cartoonist Sub-Editors Edward R. Gschwind Arts and Sciences Harry Wallace Arts and Sciences Arthur B. Simpson Law [oHN Danneker Pharmac}) R. B. Wallace Medical Miss N. Ford Medical John Foster Dental Edward Bynum Technology) Percy L. McCaY College of Commerce Page Imo hundred ninetxi-tivo THE JAMBALAYA COIIN Parkf.rson L. D. ScHARFF A. K. SCHARFF I ' ugc la ii liiimhcj iiiiirfji- ircc THE JAMBALA YA iTDLANEi " ¥EEKIJS- Tulane Weekly Staff Officers Adolph K. ScharFF EJilor-in-Chicf Lester D. ScharFF Managing Editor William Parkerson fiiisi ajs Manager Newcomb Miss Fanny Cohn Managing EJiloi Editors Katherine McFetridce, " 19 Kate Wilson Vera Sherck. ' 20 Luda Reynolds Grace Fischer, ' 21 Kathleen Cook Faculty A ss Elizabeth McFetridce Page two Imnilrcil ninely-four THE JAMBALA YA UTIN CLVB Officers Louise Fontaine Withers Cora Shields .... Georcianna Reaney . Ursula Cooper . . Presitlcnt yicc-PrciiJcnt Treasurer . . . Secre(ar LuciLE Baumcartner Louise Frank Helen Lampert Minnie Stewart Jean Abrams Mildred Christian Frances 1 Iayne WiLLEY ZUBER Grace Fischer Gertrude Brainerd Amelia Bynum F.laine De Grah-enreid Helen Flanagan Elinoe Johnson Eleanore Leipzice Louise Metcalfe Edith Smaw Cecilia Vai.i nii i u h Mlmblrs Bertha Clay Beatrice I ' rey Rosa 1 Iart Rose Steinberg Alice Odeniieimer Gladys Fngler Miriam Watson loNE Brady Lyda Roberts 1 RANtEs Cochran Dorothy Covington 1 RANCFS DrEYFOUS Joe luLiiAM I ' rances Keyer Alice Lewis Sarah Mintz F.i.izabeth Turner Julius Wyche Ursula Cooper Mary Gould Betty Rock Eleanor Adamson f.dna rossner Ruth Martyn Malvin Boudreaux Mabel Chauvin Margaret Wilkinson Georgette Code Mary Dcody Helena Ehlers Ethel Gutman Marjory Kidd Clara Lewis Eugenia Richard Jessie Weill Elizabeth J- ' lviifr ' iijjr Ittiii IttinilfCil riincfy ' ive THE JAMBALA YA Newcomb Student Council Officers Katherine Avers President Dorothy Se.aco Secretary Lydia Frotscher Faculty AJviser Katherine Cafferv Alumni AJvher Members Evangeline Macruder ' 19 Georcejean Lund ' 19 Mary Seago ' 19 Katherine ' ' ilson ' V) Eunice Bate ' 19 Margaret McLeod I) MiNA Newberger " 19 lucile rxhardson 19 Elizabeth Gregory ' 20 Ruth Kastler ' 20 Sallie Gillespie ' 20 Katherine Maher ' 21 Christine Johnson . . . . • 21 Marjorie Newell ' 22 Mildred Christian 22 Page tivo huntlrcJ -linily-six THE JAMBALA YA Newcomb Student Body Officers Eve Macruder, ' 19 Prc sidail Ida Lise Black. ' 19 Vice-PraiJunl Ruth Kastler. ' 20 Sccrelar Emily Harrison, ' 20 Treasurer Executive Committee Eve Macruder, ' 19 Chairnwi Katmerine Ayres, ' 19 Elizabeth Fisher, ' 19 Louise ' Withers, ' 19 Calista Morgan, ' 19 Daisy Belle Smith, ' 20 Mary Seaco. ' 19 Fii ABFTH Gregory. ' 20 Members Katmerine Mahier, ' 21 Marjorie Newell, ' 22 Katmerine Wilson, ' 19 Adeline Katz, ' 19 Ida Lise Black, ' 19 Eve Macruder, ' 19 RiTM Kasti.er, ' 20 Emily Harrison, ' 20 Eunice Bate, ' 19 Margaret McLeod, ' 19 Fannie Cohn, ' 19 Ivy ' Waldo. ' 19 Ruth Meyer. ' 19 Margherita Contosio rugr Inn htinJreil ni ' iicfy-irvrn THE J AMBALAYA Newcomb Debating Club Officers Marcherita Cotonio 5pca fci Margaret McConnell Clcrl( of Congress Ivy Waldo Chairman of Dchalc Catherine Maier Treasurer EvABELLE Prague Secretary Margherita Cotonio ] t i , ■ , i r i ■ i r, , ,-, - J utanc Oratorical and DehatmS Council Represenljltva Ivv Waldo . . . ) s r Newcomb Debating Council M:£S Lylia Frotscher, Cliairma Faculty Members Miss Imocene Stone Pierce Butler John Fletcher Miss Susan D. Tew Miss Elizabeth McFetridce Student Members VY Waldo Margi:erita Cotonio Grace Fischer Margaret McConnell Mary V. Doody Page foio hun,lre:l ninelX) eiglll THE JAMBALA YA NEWCOHB DRAMATIC CLVB Faculty Members Miss Stone Miss McFetridce Dr. Butler Officers r.irsj Frotscher Adeline Katz .... President Tess Mayer Vice-President Katherine Luzenbers . f m rii Dorothy Hay .... ...... hJCCrCIUrL Sarah Isaacs .... J 1 CtJAUf C Helen La.mpert . . . Members .... tJlUg i tUflUf Ct K. Ayres D. Hay R. Meyer J . Aerams S. Isaacs A. Marshall I. Barrett R. Kastler V ' elma Moody 1. L. BiACK A. Katz L. OKelly A. Broc:: 1.. Kearney L. Wallace II. Butler E. Kent E. PiCCOTT K. Breazeale Nell Kearney L. Rock G. Brown M. Kydd M. Rock A. Cummins F.. Ku.ss L. Renaud B. Caffery 1 1 . I.AMPERT M . RoU.SSEL 1 ' .. Daniels 1 Iei en Lampert M. Seaco G. Davenpo:»t 1. I.yman C. Slack M. Depais i:. LeBlanc M. Snell S. Davis 1 . Levy V. SCHERCK C. Dreyfous I. Levi D. Seaco G. Fischer K. LUZENBURC A . Stafford F, . Fiaspoiier D. Kyle M. Strouse D. Cranfr A. May 1. Unruii A. GUTHRIF T M viR M. Vairin . 1 iFRnrRT M. McLfod M. Van Horn M. Hay A. McI.ellan D. Mil UNO 1. Waido ' iIKr In: liuihlfcil Mi ' rirlv ri ' rii- THE JAMBALA YA Y.WUA Officers Katherine Wilson PresiJciil Ellene White Vice-PresiJcnl Olive Ellsworth • ■ j Treasurer Anna Koch Secrelar Lenora Duval Julia Ellis Ruth Fulham Dolly Gill Agnes Guthrie Dorothy Hacen Anna Koch Georcejean Lund Helen Mackenzie Evangeline Macruber Katherine McFetriece Anna McClellan Margaret McLeod Ruth Meyer Lucille O ' Kelley Alice Parkerson Katherine Wilson Martha Parks Evelyn Pigott LuciLL Richardson Marguerita Roussel Mary Seaco Alma Schuler Mem Marion Brown Kathleen Cook Mildred Curran Frances Dieoll Olive Ellsworth Sallie Gillespie Betty Gregory Emily Harrison Ruth Kastler Laura Kearny Ester Kent Kittie Luzenburg Isabel Lyman Margaret McConnell Marion Worth Ophelia Perkins Georgia Perkins Nan Randolph LuDA Reynolds Marion Roch Dorothy Seaco ' era Scherck Mabel Stouse BERS Emily Bein loNE Brady Georcie Burke Harriet Butler Frances Daniels Caroline Slack Grace Fischer Elizabeth Fischer Carrie Hatch Mary Hatch Hazel Lampert Helen Lampert Bertha Lathrop Katherine Maher Julia May Macruder Star Marshall Velna Moody Nellie Pierpont Pearl Pool Mildred Pool Amy Cummincs Lucy Rennaud I .ydia Roberts Betty Rock Marion Snell Flora Stratton Willie Zuler Eleanor LeBlanc Nell Kearney Sallie Goodwin Julia Kirkwood Mildred Wells Ellen Frankenbush Camille Lamphier Rita F. Camours EvABELLE Prague Merle Van Horn Sallie Hartfield Frances Sexton Dana Sexton Marion North Marjorie Goodwin Amelia Bynum Alice Blodgett Louise Faulk Matilda Stillwell Page lliree hunJreJ THE JAMBALA YA Edna Burkenroao CAROLrNE Dreyfous Marion Brow Yvonne Fernanoez Betty Turner [•■. II. Ware " M. McCcnnell Ida Lise Black Berenice Drevkous Ruth Reb;ul Maude V. Arrincton Ruth I Iarper Martha Vairin Louise Metcalfe R. GURLEY Mae East MiLDREt) Pool Carmelite Passafume Jeanne Gueydan Muriel Bate Mireille Guf.ypan Mildred Christian Eleanor B. LeBlanc Alma Goodin Dixie Milling Gladys I ' .nci fr Dorothy ' . I vi r Ol.CA I LRNANDti Alice I Iebert I Ielene Goi dsmmii Or- Betty Fenner Louise Fontaine Grace Fischer M Marjorie Newei.l Camii.le Lanphier Ruth C. Lawler I ' .THEL B. Jackson I Ielen Gibbs F.lenina Thebaut Bl ANCHE I luNTER Ruth Martyn Nanon Newman MiiiER Marshall Mildred Johnson Eleanor Adamsan Josephine Snoddy Sarah Davis Frieda Goodman BrssiE Macruder jl ' LIA KiRKWOOD Trances Daniel Ursula C. Cooper Gr.oRciANA Rennev MirTv Ro( K Virginia Mui cahy FICKRS President Withers . Secretary Treasurer KMBF-RS Minnie D. Stewarf Sadie May Joffr:os I ' rances F.vans 1 Ielen F owe F.VALYN Meek Al ICE Rayner Beatrice Frey Annls Brock Amelia Bynum Joe May Fulham Caroline Cochran Grace Fischer Alice Parkersow Mabel Chauvin Kathfrine Maier CORINNE ChALARON Jessie Roane I Ifi EN Watson I Iarrilt BuTi.rn I Iei en Adi er Doris V ' ick I Ielen C. Flanagan ,UC V RtSAUD Juanita ' wallis IrmaTJeMilt Emma B. Matthew Gladys Davenpokf Olca Peters Martha Parks IvA Bailey Louise Withers Mary Nei l Latta Margaret Lyon Mildred Clark Annette Freedmam Julia Goddard jolia c. zoeller Anna Louise Stille Jessie Weil Josephine I Iolcombe F.I.IANOR LeIPZICER Edith Ellsworth Katiierine Wilson Georgia F. Burke Christine Kerhn Katiierine Breazeale Irma Soupayrac Edna Clay Claire Buford Carrie I Iatcit SaI he Gill ESPIE I Ielen Stern I ' acc lliive hiimlrril one THE JAMBALA YA j!f%yj j j GLEE CLU KtRUN Officers Calista Morgan ' Presulcnt Ruth Lawler Sccrdar -Treasurer Mr. L. R. Maxwell Director Maud Arrincton JuANiTA Bass Gladys Brown Marion Brown Josephine Bryan i Claire Buford Bertha Charbonnet Mildred Chris i: an Mildred Clark Annette Cohem Myra Cohen Fanny Cohn Katherine Cook Clara Cromwell Celeste Davidson Francis Dreyfus Helen Dymond Edith Ellsworth Olive Ellsworth Annette Freedman Ruth Fullman Dolly Gill Marjorie Goodwin Elizabeth Gregory Jean Gueydan Members MuRiELLE Gueydan Eeverall Hardwick Emily Harrison Mary Hatch Ruth Harper Dorothy Hay Marjorie Hay Frances Hayne Josephine Holcombe Olive Hutchinson Ruth Kastler Frances Keyer Marjorie Kidd MuRiELLE Klinc Anna Koch Camille Lamphier Mary Nell Latta Ruth Lawler Eleanor LeBlanc Georcfjean Lund Evangeline Magruder Julia Mae Magruder Anna McLellan Evelyn Meek Virginia Mulchay Dorothy Oeschner Ophelia Perkins Georcie Perkins Alice Parkerson Evelyn Pigott Alma Schuler Mary Seago Frances Sexton Caroline Slack Alice Smith Marcia Snell eutaleah sucdoth Margaret Texada Faye Townsend Irma Unruh Martha Vairin May Van Horn Madeline Vii.lere Ivy Walfo Helen Watson Mildred Weeks Miss Weil Helen Wharton Calista Morgan Pcif c three hundred two THE JAMBALA YA Cuilan Daisy Belle Smith Dana Sexton Emily Bean Lucy Diswiddie Sadia Joi prion Marcia Snell Betty Rock MoLLIE Rol)5SEL Mary Seaco Christine Kerlin MllMBtRS MandnUin Minnie Stewart Maud Kemper Helen Lampert Dorothy Seaco Dorothy Hay Acnes GuTiniE 1 ' rance Diball FLVASCELINE MaCRUDER Mar:on North Marian Rock Nomi Hardie Helen Adler Violin Hazel Lampert l ugc three htifiilfcil three THE JAMBALA YA Board of Editors of the Newcomb Arcade Officers Elizabeth Fischer. 1919 Editor-in-Chief Esther Kent, 1920 Managing EJilor Margaret Beattie. 1919 An Editor Minna Koch, 1916 Alumnae Editor Sub-Editors Katherine Luzenberc, 1920 Literary Department Ophelia Perkins, 1920 College Department Head Editors Margaret McConnell, 1920 Lucy Renaud. 1921 Grace Fischer, 1921 Rosa Hart, 1921 Irma Sompavrac, 1920 (Ari) Dorothy Seaco. 1920 Business Manager Ruth Martyn, 1921 Acting Assistant Business Manager Page three hundred four THE JAMBALA YA Glendy Burke Oratorical and Debating Society. Officers Arthur B. Simpson Spea e William Parkerson Sccrctar)} Harold W. Newman Sergcani-at-Arms Lester D. SchaRFF JambalaX a Repreicntative Adolph K. Scharkf Executive Committee James H. Monroe Lewis F. W ' akeman Critic Dr. Mathew T. McClure After two years of inactivity .the Glendy Burke was revived this year and has a larger membership new than it had at any time several years before its period- of inactivity. The first meeting was not held until late in January, but this was due to the fact that everything was in an unsettled condition. Since that first meeting however, things have speeded along, and a debating tournamrnt has been arranged. Light teams entered the compelilion, for which a pri e of $50.00. offered by Mr. George, and medals offered liy ihe T ulane Oratorical and Debating Council will be awarded th winning team. Al the time of writing, no debates have taken place. Ihe pairmgs ( " or the preliminaries are: L. Scharff and A. Scharif against L. Levilan and L. Lowy ; J. Walkins and I. Waldher against H. New- man and J. . Monroe; W. Porteous and II. Stiles against R. Gladney and F. McLoughlin; D. Gaudet and O. Dabe ies against A. Simpson and L. NX ' akeman. TUe debates are to be held in Gibion Hall every other I uesday evening at 7:30 o clock. The subject of each debate is to be different. Pafle three hutulrctl fiVc THE JAMB ALA YA Monroe Dam xer Newman Walcj Cotonio A. K. SciiARrr Parkerson L. D. Sciiarff Page three hinulrej mi THE JAMBALAYA Page l ir.i- hiirulrcj .• rn THE J AMBALA YA page ihrcc ImnJrcJ ci ' g il THE JAMBALA YA h %r ' i ' . . ' i ttge ihrcc hutulrcd nine THE JAMBALA YA Pa e three hutulrej ten THE JAMBALAYA ' u((f irrc Iniiitlrt-fl eleven THE JAMBALA YA Page three hunJrcJ Iwch ' i THE JAMBALAYA Page ihlre hiili.lir.l ihirlrrn THE JAMBALA YA j . ■ ' CHvt Pa% ! three hundred fourteen THE JAMBALAYA ; " 2- Togr l irrr hiin.lrcj fifteen THE JAMBALAYA Page three hunJrcJ iixleeit THE JAMBALA YA The 1918 Tulane Summer Survey Camp .j—g r HE nineteen-eighteen Survey Camp was held at Gurley, Louisiana. This " If metropolis is noted for its vast industries, high buildings, ?nd rapid train I Sm - service. BHy The camp was situated in the outskirts of the city. A few minutes 1= " walk from the station brought us in sight of a low hill,, whose brow was crowned by a grove of pines. Through the trees could be seen the sparkling waters of a small lake. But there was little time to be lost in admiring the scenery — camp must be made before supper. After a strenuous afternoons work, during which many palms were blistered, lingers smashed, and backs strained, this feat was accomplished. The chief engineer came near losing his job, due to his inability to erect the kitchen tent, and more than once the whole camp wished that they had taken a course in Arts and Sciences or in Medicine, instead of in Engineering. However, our spirits were revived by the sound of Godat beating a tin basin which caused a rush for the mess tent. For the next two weeks the Juniors were busy locating a railroad which is to con- nect Gurley with Seattle and Bangor. TTie Sophomores were engaged in making a map of the the surrounding country. Except for some of the railroad curves not checking close enough, and some of the Sophomores levels checking too close, everything went smoothly. When the day ' s work was over Godat, Griswold, and Weston would retire to attend to their correspondence and the rest of the camp would adjourn to Prof. Wilds tent. Very soon such sounds as " two bits, " " open, " or " I raise you two, " " red wins. " would drift out upon the night, whereupon Weston would give up hi.-; letter as a hopeless job. After two weeks the Sophomores had succeeded in accurately locating every blade of grass, so we broke camp and embarked for home. When we reached the station it was raining and the train was a few hours late. However, Ferguson had his dominoes and they galloped a while, but the Chief Engineer broke up the game (in more ways ihan one) . Just then the train pulled in. we waved goodbye to " Don, " and in a few hours were all back in civilization, except Wright, who got off at Timberton. Page three lwiulrc l jrvcrifccn THE JAMBALA YA M£E:- ' ao Page ihrcc hundred eighteen Aimrncs TULANE THE JAMBALAYA Officers A. Westerfield PicsiJcnl Judge Rufus K. Foster Vicf-PreiiJcnl Douglas S. Anderson Secrelary John Dvmond, Jr Treasurer Edmund L. Faust I ' aui F. Jaiincke Frank G. Chur hmi In 19 1 8- ' 1 9 athletics at lulanc natui.illy lia c :ul- fered on account of tin- military program. IIowpmt, tlio football season revealed a good team and exceptional games. Basketball is progressing well and several fast games have resulted favorably, showing Tulane ' s mettle and her determination to gain the championship. Due to the efforts of the 1 ulane Athletic Council, things arc underway to stage a Field Day at Tuiane Stadium, and it is our fond hope that it proves a success. I ' iigc llifcc luiiitlrej twenty- jrx THE JAMBALA YA CLARK U. SHAUGHNEbbV FOOTBALL COACH Page three hunJrcJ ln ' ciit )-lao THE JAMBALA YA Review of 1918 Football Season ' OOTBALL for Tulane this year was a decided success. Coach Shaugh- nessy succeeded in putting out one of the best teams Tulane has ever had. Under the military rule of Camp Martin, Coach Shaughnessy and Manager Hcineman had many perplexing obstacles thrown in their way. The way they succeeded in all they undertook is their reward. Colee, as Captam. handled his team well, and this husky blond could always be seen " picking " the Olive and Blue eleven on to victory. Linfield, one of the team ' s brightest stars, is Captain-elect for ne. t year. As stu- dent managers, Allain and Stewart held their places like regulars. I heir efficiency can justly claim a goodly share m the honor of the season. I ulane, this year, played only four big games. Two of these she won, one was a tie, and one she lost. The score of these games follows: Tulane 13; Tulane 7; Tulane 7; Tulane 0; Tulane 27. Camp Shelby 6 Beauregard Camp Pike 10 Pensacola Aviators .... Opponents 16 Page lUrec ImnJrrJ |ii ' . ' ri V ' l ir« . ' THE JAMBALA YA Wight (Johnny) End The Texan, who is not afraid to play football and never misses a forward pass. He can I be killed in spi e of his lanky legs. Foster (Jawn) Tackle Old invincible " Jawn " is there lo tackle and open up a road through his opponenis, and he does it with muscle, a smile, and a lot of noise. LiNFIELD (Toby) Cuard The reliable guard of guards. Never loses his lemper. except when somebody kicks him on the I p or shin. The question in this case is whether the ladies or his opponents fall harder for his playing. i age three hunJrcil tTf .)U} -foiir THE JAMBALA YA KOONCE (Phylip) Center Nfver erratic, but he didn ' t get thai spiral pass inio the Rhine, due to too many K. P. s BlENVENU (Nellie) Tacl(le Good-lookini; men are usually afraid of " Old Rougi Fool- ball, " but this ts an exception. Not near so loud as Foiler. but in spite of that fault, a very good tackle. COLEE (Otta) l-]nJ Captain Otla. All-Southern, fierce, fixhting, flying. French- man, demon of football myths. That imilr of Otla s wai never knocked off. Diiposilion that ovrrcomrs hard-boilcd- neit of Second I.ieulenan(». Pafle l rcc hiitulrcl Indent}}- five THE JAMBALA YA Gentling (Pee Wee) Half-hack I he surprise of all surprises when he starts around end. 7 Le phamtom that can seldom be tackled. How many lackles hit llie dusi somewhere near his heels! Field (Dick) Half-hack 1 he Mississippi boy with plenty of speed - -passes up all cor- poials of the g-iard in speed. Ha d to find when he gels ihe ball. Williams (Bemie) Full-hack The youngster w!io has made a hil as football hero. Bernie gets in all the games. Never gels through making mistakes, but he improves and is the " de-il " lo gel by when backing the line. Ask Coach whe her or not Bernie smokes. QuiNN (Harold) Quarter 1 he Shreveport boy and Medic, who made ihe team when he thought he couldn t. Modest, but a good player. " A social sort of person, so the Shreveport society girls say. Did you ever see him at the Gym dances? Page three hiin.h d lwcni )-!, x THE JAMBALAYA Brown (Benny) Quarter A new man. Made the team in spie of his weight. Too fasl lo mcniion slowly. THOKNION (Lool) Cuatd The only Lieutenant with nerve enoug ' i lo fare that bunch nf " subs, " and get by willi it. RiCHESON (Lyie) End I he I hgh School star. Bears wad hing. Allain (Alec) Manager Judging from the business ability and judgment he uned in run- ning the 1918 I eam, we suggest that Alec slick lu business and let l-flw alone. iiirr thrrr hitihlrcj tnunl)} , c ' cn THE JAMBALA YA Track Hgi S ULANE had no track team during the season of 1918. The men who ' Ly Q took part in track events had gone either to the army or to the navy. As " -■rs a result it was decided to abandon track events for the season of 1918 and resume them agam m 1919, provided military proceedmgs permitted. Now that ihe famous " dual meet, " ' Allies vs. Deutschland et Alii, or Right vs. Might, has been decided in favor of the plaintiff, and no appeal, but quite a bit of whining — from the defendant, the Athletic Council has decided to put forth every effort to have a favorable track season this year. There is to be more attention given to intcr-cliss and inter-departmcnt athletics this year than ever before at Tulane. In this manner every student has a chance to take part and get some benefit from the training. The inter-class and inter-department meets give the new men a chance to show what they can do, and it also helps them to overcome that nervousness and lack of confidence that a new man is likely to feel in a regular meet against experienced athletes. These meets are naturally an incentive to bring out more men for athletics, for a man who has no chance to make the varsity team will not waste time in trying, but he has an opportunity to make a class or department team and will work to do so, thus getting valuable training and probably in the meantime developing into a good man. Coach Shr.ughnessy is to coach the team this year. I here is plenty of material in the University to develop the best track team ever turned out at Tulane. Such men as Simpson, Colee, Dabezies, Gladney, Barr, Fields, Browne, O ' Reiley, etc., with some training can hold their own against any men in the South. As yet no captain has been elected. Simpson is manager of the team for this year. Due to conditions at all universities in the South this year, there will be few dual meets. Tulane and L. S. U. will have their annual dual meet, probably in New Or- leans. Other meets with Mississippi A. and M. and Rice Institute are being arranged. This present potentiality for a good team, can be, by proper training and coaching, an actuality by the end of May. Three huiulrc l iDcndj-cig ii THE JAMBALAYA Tulane Basketball Season, 1918-1919 gSQ HOUGH greatly handicapped, due to war conditions, Tulane has fucceeded in rounding up a Basketball team which should be able to hold its own with any team in this section. Tulane suffered greatly in losing " Cajin Legendre, the star guard, and Captain M. A. Moench, the star forward, the latter was unable to play this year due to a bad heart, but volunteered his services to the T. A. A. and is coaching the 1918- 191 9 aggregation. The veterans on hand this year were Gentling, varsity guard 1917- 18 and 1918-19; Clay, center 1916-17 and 1918-19; Cassagne, guard. 1915-16 and 1918-19; Clem Dabezies, forward 1916-17 and 1917-18 and 1918-19. The latter bemg Captain for the la.st season. The rest of the team was composed of O. H. Dabc ies, former St. Stanislaus guard; Sam Alcus. guard, and John Wight, Fulane ' s star football end, played center. I ulane has already romped St. Stanslaus College, Manual Training and Spring Hill. Due to a late start, Tulane ' s schedule is not yet com- plete. But games with Young Men ' s Gymnastic Club, Camp Slielliy, Rice Institute, La. State Normal, Shreveport A. C. and various other teams are pending. L. S. U. v ' as on the string for awhile but they coiildn ' l stand the pace and had to disband. Cle.m H. Dabkzies ro e ihrcc irifii ir. iD ' c-filv nfi THE JAMBALA YA pQoc three hundred thnly THE JAMBALAYA Wearers of the " T " In College H. Gentling COLEE H. Barnes BlENVENU W. Barnes Simpson Foster Adam Duffy Dabezies MOENCK Clay Wight LiNFIELD Williams Kelly Brown Allain KoONCE RxHESON FlElD Thornton Quinn ' " I ' r lltree hiilitlicil ll in j i lit THE JAMBALAYA Newcomb Athletic Association Officers Ida LisE Black PrcsiJcnl Ruth Meyer Vice-PrcsiJcnl Mathilda Stillwell Treasurer loNE Brady Secretary The Wearers of the " N " Ida List Black, 19 Fay Morgan, ' 20 Kathleen Cook. ' 20 Betty Gregory, ' 20 ' era Scherck, ' 20 Corinne Hopkins, ' 21 Edna Burkenroad, ' 20 Ruth K stler, ' 20 Carrie Hatch, ' 21 Kitty Luzenburc, ' 20 1918 Field Day Results, Won By Class 1920 Class Events Class Exercises Ncivcomh Came Won By ' Won By 1. Sophomore Class 1. Sophomore Class 2. Freshman Class 2. Freshman Class Relav Ruec ' Won By 1. Sophomore Class 2. Junior Class Major Events Rtinnini! H ' t h jump PtiKing Shot Won By Won By 1. Leonora Duval 1. Gussie Gardner 2. Corinne Hopkins 2. Ruth Kastler StanJing Broad Balartce Beam Won By Won By 1. Ruih Kastler 1. Margaret McConnell 2. Corinne Hopkins 2. Hazel Lampert I ' aitUing Won By 1. Davenport 2. Dorothy Graner J ' uge three ImiiJreJ ihirly-lii ' o THE JAMBALAYA Newcomb Athletic Association Minor Events Hop, Step and Jump Won By 1. Ruth Kastler 2. CoRiNNE Hopkins Throming Basl(clhult Won By 1. Ruth Kastler 2. L ' DA Roberts William Tell Won By 1. Eve Macruder 2. Geet Ellis rmcnlji- ve YarJ Dash Won By 1. Ruth Kastler 2. Calista Morgan BoivUng On Creen Won By 1. Dorothy Seaco 2. Irma Schooler Balling Baiehall Won By 1. Geet Ellis 2. Fay Morgan Junior I Freshman ( Junior Senior 1918 Basketball Results Senior Junior I Freshman ) Sophomore ) Junior Senior Senior Sophomore Varsity Alumnae Sophomore Senior Sophomore } Sophomore ' arsitv 1918 Tennis Results Single} Won by Edna Burkenroad Doublci Won by Sophomore Class Varsity Alumnae Al UMNAE t ugr lltirc lutnJte,! lhifi t-ihree THE JAMBALA YA Newcomb Varsity Basketball Team Players Lyman Roberts Kearny Douglas VlCK Black Macruder Kastler Dymond BURKENROAD BoUDREAUX Jon RION ScilERCK 1 " av Morgan Page tlirec IwnJicd ihiity-foui THE J AM BALA YA Newcomb Senior Basketball Team Odenheimer Players Koch Macruder Odcnhi.imlr Kessler McFetridce Guthrie Black Saunders C. Drevfous Mever Morgan DUVAI. DiETZE B. Driviois Page three hundred ihirlyfive Captain THE JAMBALA YA Newcomb Junior Basketball Team BURKENROAD P LAYERS SciIERCK Cook BuRKENROAD Levi Kastler McConnell Mayer Vairin Luzenberc Caffery Gregory Lyman Douglas Fenner Captain Pa e three hunJrcii ihirty- ix THE JAMBALA YA Nevvcomb Sophomore Basketball Team Players S.NELL Lampert Bein Roberts PlERPONT Davis Hart Adam SON Mahcr ViCK Johrion Brady MOODV f ' agc Ihiec Imn.lrcl ihirlys ven THE JAMBALA YA Newcomb Freshman Basketball Team Flaspoller Dymond Odenheimer .... Players Manager Bass Lyon Harper East Dymond GURLEY Oechsner Kemper Kearny Van Der Veer FJOUDREAU.X Odenheimer Page three hutnlreJ tlnrl})-eighl THE JAMBALAYA NEWCOMB BASKETBALL C ATTAINS Page ihicc ImihlrcJ lliiil -n ' ine THE ] AMBALA YA Page three hiwtlreil forlv THE ] AM BALA YA A DA AT C€ tAP caatCTVN. L fNi BiRnE -1 ' oKr Mirr liiiihhr,! fmlM three THE JAMBALA YA CA P LIFE — AS A SCHOOL FOR HUSBac D, :.. AS K.P5 VvieVF MASTERED Th ' Dif FICni r yjE HAtE BATHING SVJEtP " )l DISHES. " hpv Page irt ' c huiulrcl fnrlv-fmir THE JAMBALA YA WHew E ' ER. Vs £ ' P.E car A HlfCIN An ' FAiRFEnALfis HCAve IN SlCHr Wf WAir foR A 0 COMflAMD We SicAPLY Do " EYE5 RI6HT " Here ' s roTX ' Cobopth ' naval reserves. flSF Ce IS A rAN AS A E)EP.Rr. he ' s as rouc-has Can e.t. And HI5 KNOVJi-EO E OF SEA Has been Cain d in a cruise. ONTH ' FtRRX. U. S.N-R NfVVlGf rioN SCHOOL .1 im SSl XxnwxTOTO S? ) VJE HATt Th ' BLCOMN SbROEOiNT, WITH Hib WHISTLE ANDHIS YELL. VJE HATE HIM WHEN HE ' " busts US An ' WHEN HECIVfS LS HELL Bur YET WE MUST OBE.Y MIM. OrHtRv-JiSE WE ' RE 5.O.L. 5i iC- A SONG OFr lSCR-y ' - OF (SE.f -ttC , IN RHYME ' T ' FOR we ' ve BCEN -, On Th ' 5K.IN LlbT-P ' N ' NOW r USr 5Pe:ND Our TinE " A sERviN ' Beans ann ' pruned — an ' thinciS • ' ' r IN TH ' nE ' bS h(ALL- HF.Rt YOU SEE. i " - ' ' FOR WE rtBE F£L-LOW . ' En-BEP.b OF the OLD K -p -: ' iio r z.. , ; 5, ; , ' ' l ■ ' VjIwrnrrmrrrTrrr , • r— ' V. f ' a((c l iric liuiulrcil or(j)- ivc THE JAMBALA YA WHEN VooC-Er A ET ' TER. FROM THE ' ONLY " G-IRL WHICH IS SeFUSEO Vou A SKIN 6 you ro ATTEND A DANCE SHE IS IVlN(i- filND wrlE N toy THINK OF THE woNDt-RFUL TIME YOU WOULD Hf VE i iND TOO ( sn For rt But now youR HATED RIVAu moHT OrET The tJiRL. An ' whe n f LL The WORLD SEEriS ORE A P. " T f N ' VOL! ALMOST Wv ISH Ydu W ERE DEAD AfsjD THe YOU ARE SuMriONEO TO APPEAR AT HEAD QuftRTERi I l h)D GET VOUR PASS " fWfiT IT SOME ' Joy ' 0U5 occf sio A , 0-B0Y Page Ihrcc hiin lieil fnrhj-six THE JAMBALAYA r aStk (it n£, , ue — utu XiL - Jjn t Lin Jl rut- ' • - - ' M 7Kt ( ' I - - fi i- trC ' ' tU . ■ " ; ' 7- . p " 7 " ■ " • -- ' - ' f ' ' iA t ' , ' »([ • l iK-r hiin.lu.l fnilvMVcn THE JAMBALA YA A TERRlhEDFRE HMAN WHOWAr TOLD V HEN PAINTING HER FIRJT ' COMPO: TO U E A LOT OF WATER. Page three huiulrcct forl )-cighl THE JAMBALAYA ' i|!c ihrrr iiiii. rri forl )-ninc THE J AMBALAYA Puge three liiin lreil i lj; THE ] AM BALA YA .- r- Thc fiMt ihol Juwiti A ' rtljr l itrr hiiinlriil fiflv-nne THE JAMBALA YA T1J)- ma«m M Page Ihrce hunJrcd fifly-lan THE JAMBALAYA I ' agc llircc Imiulre.l lifl )-lhrce THE j AMBALA YA I ' agc ( ifcc hwnhcJ fifl )-four THE JAMBALA YA How I Write My Stories THINK I would almost rallier get a zero for the day tlian wnle tins iheme. You see. this was all told me. one might say. in the strictest confidence, and I fee! that 1 am iolating a trust almost in divulging it to the eager, prymg public. I know not what evil genius persuaded me to put that topic on my weekly card, probably my mind was so full of what thai great genius had just told me that ! could think of nothmg else. However, I shall placate myself and fail the public by keeping secret the identity of the great man. This is his order of procedure as I heard it from his own lips: " First. I lake a hot. hot bath. It seems that the peace and tranquility that descends upon my spirit under the soothmg influence of the hot water is conducive of beautiful thoughts and subtle plots. Then 1 take a cold plunge, which seems to crystalize my ideas and to send virile words carousing through my brain. 1 next indulge in a hearty breakfast, as I claim that the mind as well as the body needs nourishment, and then I go for a long walk, during which I encourage my buddmg plot. Upon my return I am ready for work. Fortified by two apples, a package of chewing gum (preferably Spearmin) and a glass of ice water. 1 retire into my study, where 1 sharpen my pencil, jot down a few notes, glance through my favorite periodicals, and meditate. By this time my luncheon ham has arrived and as it is impossible lo work without the proper nutrition, against my will, I am forced to devote an hour or Iwo to the mundane consideration of food. In the afternoon 1 usually lake my children lo a moving picture show, in order lo be better able to study human nature — by the way. that last Douglas Fairbanks picture was a corker, did you see it? — we usually return in time for supper, and in the evening. 1 con- sider it my duly to edify my wife and friends until bed lime. 1 believe in going lo bed early, as it strengthens the intellect. Great is the way 1 wnle sometimes. But occasionally my wife comes to me and says: " Henry, the cook says she is going lo l eave if you dont pay her back wages. " Then 1 snatch up a note book and pencil and two hours later ihc " newest and best " story by is on its way lo the publisher. N. B. — " Henry " is just to throw you off the trail, that isn ' t his name al all. Adai.ine Kat , ' 19. Letters From An Impressionable Freshman to Her Friend At Home jo Josephine Lolise House, Dlar Mother: December 20. 1918. Al lasl 1 have some time m which lo write lellcrs. Il seems lo me ihal I am always at classes or prcparmg for ihcm. 1 lowever. I am geltmg falter, probably clue lo our gymnastic work. On hrlday n»ght we rushed the pit lo see " Blind oulh. ' Of course I have classes on Saturday, but only Iwo. and so you sec my school work did not suffer. Ten of us went with a Senior as chap- eronc. It seems that Mrs. Cleason does not chapernne the parlies. This girl who went with us is on dormitory council and is very strict. We went down in the Carondclet car and came home in it. and, therefore, had lo walk only one block on Canal Street. After the play we went to the lerrace on Canal Street and had ice cream. ll was only eleven o ' clock and so the street and the Terrace were full of people and so it was all right. The terrace is very cute, birds in cages, an artificial fountain, flowers and a phonograph. ll does not look like a terrace, though. " 1 here are scales in the front of ihc store and we alt got weighed, but lots of other people were getting weighed also. Wore my blue latin dress and the fur L ' ncle 1 lenry pave me and my new hat from Myrons. Il is beautiful. One of ihe girls loaned me her necklace. Wish you would let me gel a dark blue dress without a white collar or any sort of collar, and some red beads. All the girls have them. Ihe play was wonderful. I lave never seen anything like it. il teaches a great moral lesson. Ihe Senior lakes modern Drama from Dr. Butler and said that she was going lo ask him lo criticise the plav. Your loving daughter, Mary. De J. L. House, 21, 1 1918. Geraldinc Dear Alice: l.asi Friday nighl we rushed the pit lo see Lou Tellegen in " Blind ' I ' oulh. " you know, Farrar ' s husband. Il was wonderful, and so went again lo the Salurdav matinee lo see il. I he rush up the stairs was loads of fun, even if we did get all mussed up. X ' e were in such a hurry lo get up to the pit that we forgot lo gel programs, and so after we got our places first row nn the s;de and it look some hurrying lo gel there the girls sent me |own after programs. The man asked if I was going lo pass them around the nudirn r as I look ten. When 1 gi ' l bn. k I f nind ihal some f ' agc Ihne hiin,lre,l i ly- i) ' C THE JAMBALA YA woman was Irving lo gel ihe girls lo move over so ihal she could have my place. She kept saymg " il aga:nsl the rules lo save seats for people. " i sal down quickly so that she would move off. but she stood in ihe aisle for two or three minutes giving us worthless pieces of her mind. We had a box of chocolates that a boy sent one of ihe girls, five pounds. Tom hasn ' t sent me a thing but a few measly letters. 1 suppose I ' ll have lo jazz him up a little. I almost cried during the play. It was terrible the way Lou Tellegen would catch people by their necks and choke them. And when he recognized his first love by her perfume! I almost fell over the rails I was so thrilled. Lots of the girls use perfume and now I think I II gel some, but can I decide between violet, Hudnuts of course, and Colgate ' s Cashmere Bouquet. Which do you think? Of course, there is no chance that anyone will ever recognize me by a perfume or love me as violently as he loved Connie, but I might as well be prepared for all emergencies. Lou Tellegen has a very foreign accent, dark hair and is (all, he makes love just as he does m the movies, only better, for you can hear him talk. There were lots of sailors in the pit and they clapped and carried on so that the policeman had to come and hush them up. but don ' t tell mamma this, or she will think it is rough and it is not, all the girls go there for the plays. Wore my peacock blue salin dress, and one of the girls at the dormitory loaned me her necklace of large dark green beads. IVly new hat is wonderful, so advanced looking. Il is a black toque with three feathers around the crown and just in front a piece of jel. All black, of course. I wear a veil with it. Write soon. Marv. J. L. House, Dear Tom: Dec. 21. 1918. I have just finished writing to mother and Alice, but saved your letter for last so that I could tell you anything i forgot lo tell them. By ' he way. you can give me for my Xmai present, either lilac or violet perfume. I ' ll let you know which when I get home. We went lo see a wonderful play on Friday night at The Tulane Theater. It was called " Blind Youth, ' with that French actor, Lou Fellegen. We all went to the pit. All the girls go there, unless they know some boy who can treat them lo seals down stairs. The play is all about a man who. when he is young, loves a woman who doesn ' t love him. Later when he comes lo America — he was in Paris at first, you know — and here he meets an arlisl s model and then he recognized his mistake — his blind youth in case you don t see the point. 1 think every man should see the play, it has such a strong moral. Well, of course the hero tries to keep his slep-brolher from falling in love with women not worthy of him, and he even sacrifices the good opinion of his own fiancee for a time, but it all clears up in the end. He was so heroic that I wanted to shake his fiance for not seeing that he wa5 doing the right thing all along. I think an experience such as he had made him love and appieciate the right woman fai more than if he had known her all along. Thai is the sort of man I should like lo marry. Lou Telleoen is just like a Greek Cod, lall and well built, but I hear ihal some of the girls or someone, saw him at the Cave with a rather ratty looking party ol people. But I suppose you must expect that from stage people. You can have two dances at the Xmas dance but no more. ojrs. Makv. Life At Camp Martin We live in a house they call a tent Uncle Sam is the man who pays the rent. We wear a hat strap under our chin. And eat our stew from a plate of tin. When going lo town, we wear hob-nail shoes. And when we return, we have the blues; Then as we long for a bottle of " booze " We become unconscious and get some snooze. At the first note of reveille, we ' re sure to awake. All praying the devil, the bugler to take. While hunting our socks and lacing our shoes. We hope the First Sergeant, his whistle will lose At the sound of Mess Call ' s sweet refrain. We form in a line as long as a train. And each man gets (if there is enough) A measure of mush, and some meat that ' s tough. The next operation hurls our pride. We wash our mess kits m a tub outside. When we are ihioug ' i the waler is like slop, And we dry them with a rag that looks like a mop. The whistle blows and the men fall in. The work of the day will now begin ; The non-coms growl, and the " Shave tails " shout. And they each take delight in chasing them about. But, ne 1 ei theless, we are still ton lent, Thoug ' i not one of us has a red cent. Fo be broke in the army is not a disgrace So we look this old world right square in the face. Oh, lell me how long do I have to wait Until I return lo my home and native state. I ' m wearing my hob-nails as I run at large, I hat I might not slip when I reach for my discharge. ' age three hundred fiflxi-iix THE JAMBALAYA Bef ore Mv Gr.NtRAL Orders 1. To take charge of all spuds and gravy in view. 2. To walch my plale in a military manner, keeping always on the alert for any sausage that comes within my sight, smell and hearing. 3. I o report to the mess-sergeant any bread sliced too thin. 4. To repeat all calls for seconds. 5. To quit the table only when satisfied there is nothing left. 6. 1 o receive, but not pass on to the man next to me any cabbage, beans, or prunes left by non-com. 7. 1 o talk to no one who eats onions. 8. In case of lire in mess hall to grab all eatables left by others in their rush to escape. 9. I o allow no one to steal anything in the line of grub. 10. In any case not covered by instructions to call the mess-sergeant. I I . To salute all chicken, pork chops, ham and eggs. 12. 1 o be especially watchful at the table, ar.d during the time of eating, to allow no one to get more prunes than myself. After My General Orders 1. To accept my discharge and take all Government property in view and beat it for home. 2. To accept my discharge in a military manner, keeping always on the alert and see that it is not revoked before I get out of sight and hearing. 3. To lake the fastest tram and not step at any military post en route. 4. 1 o repeal all things w Inch I wrote but which the censor cut out of my letters to the folks at home. 5. I o receive, believe and pass on to my children, all the knowledge that I have or may acquire in future years regarding statements made by General Sherman relative to his idea of war. 6. To never quit my civilian life after havi ng been relieved from service. 7. 1 I) talk to no one about re-cnhsting. 8. In case of the presence of the recruiting officer, to give the alarm. 9. When the girls are at home, to allow no military persons or soldiers on or near my premises. 10. Ill any case not covered by instructions to claim exemption. 11. lo salute all officers who aid me in getting my discharge and to salute all I.emmon not in the hands of the me ' s-sergeanl. 12. I o prepare at night and during the hours for challenging, to challenge all persons and allow no one to pass without first advancing them lo recognize my service stripes. By command of General Affidavit, AdJL lATING DeIMOBILIZER, Page ihrcc Imiuln-J fiflv-ievcn THE J AMBALA YA Page three lnin,he,l fiflv-eighi THE JAMBALAYA As You Were HERE is little IS a sorry little dog who roams Nevvcomb campus. She is a dingy, lean fox terrier who may have been white at some period of her existence, but who has evidently not been acquainted with water for a long time. Although it must be admitted that she looks a little less dingy after e ery hard ram. Accordmg to rumor, she was once the mascot of Camp Mar- tin ' s Tenth Company, and rejoiced in the dignified title of " As You Were. " At any rate, she made her appearance at Ne ' comb shortly after Camp was demobilized, and she has been doing guard duty there ever since. She probably felt that it was no longer ladylike to remain at I ulane, and came to Newcomb to improve her mind. Whether she is deriving any benefit from the scholastic atmosphere is herd to tell. Her mind may be improving, but her health is not. " As ou Were " is a gentle, timid soul, and is unable to stand up for her rights. She really would like something to eat, but her soldierly pride forbids her to say it. She will graciously accept any luncheon which is offered in a kindly spirit, and will thank you by several charming capers and a knowing wink from her one black eye. Nevertheless, " As You Were " has some dis- crimination. 1 his I will prove by an event that occurred a few days ago. We were endeavoring to eat lunch in the cafeteria. One docs not really eat there; one merely tries to eat. On this particular day we had been so rash as to buy chocolate pie (so called by pure courtesy). We made several attempts to get it down, for not lightly is SIX cents parted with at school, but finally we gave it up in disgust. We mad - our way to the other end of the dormitory, and outside we encountered " As ' ou Were. " She was sniffing anxiously at one lone crust of bread. She looked even hungrier than usual. We started a campaign for which our slogan was, " Give Some of Your Lunch to ' As ou Were. ' " instead of " Help the Belgian Babies " — or what- ever other babies they happen to be tagging for. I ' or a while we did a rushing business, and suddenly we bethought ourselves of the deserted chocolate pie. We slunk into the cafeteria like conspirators, for although it was our own pie, we hesitated at hurting the lady ' s feelings. Silently we procured the horrible stuff. More silently we slunk out bearing the thing in a paper napkin. lopefully we placed it l)efore " As ou Were. " She a|)proachcd. She eyed it, and smiled iiu|uiringly. She walked gravely around it. I emptingly we lurncd back the thin leather cover th;;t is dignified by the name of meringue. " As ' i ou Were " still looked dubious. One of us, sei .ed with an inspiration, punched the thing in the middle, and the sickly chocolate goo oozed invitingly in all directions. " As You Were " sniffed once more. Reproachfully she gazed at us. She shook her head despairingly, and moved slowly away. As I remarked before, " As ou Were " is a lady of discrimination. It is a pity that jome kind soul does not ollei " , ou Were " a home. Tess B, Mayi-.r, ' 20, Filling Sonnets From a Sciiioi- ■ WRirilN VllIlN ,Sl lo nolliintt " li» a ihrmr unsung l rfnrr I dcdimlc my llnrs, Irur porlj find The llicmr loo tmrc. Iiul brinK »o ihr more II iomrs witltin llic tcopr o( my poor mind. I ho nnlhinu tc%U willnn n spjirc %n ftmnll With ratr, yrl ii l!»c iIioukIiI »o vast My c«impTrlirn»i(in rannol grnup il nil. Was a I " rksiim s ll wai ihc fiiil of llimKs. will lir llir InsI And half the world today il madr of men Who have il, do il. arr il, il il ihr lum Of molt mrn ' i ihoii hli. and in thr rnd, ihr rnd To whirh all rarlhly mm and mailer come. If of ill lofty worth I cannot hoait At Ira t I wiilr of llial 1 know thr most. Martiuriita | Cntonio. 1 . I iige thicc htiiulrcti ftfl f-nine THE JAMBALA YA The Last Tide Here lides have risen; tides have set; Tides of men and gore. The enemy our plunge has met; And the lides can change no more: Tides thai gather strength and rise O ' er shattered plains where Flanders lies. Where Dust and trodden dust are twain. Dust of friend and foe; The enemy has fought in vain, And they have known our blow. Dust and dust beneath the skies O ' er shattered plains where Flanders lies. Sleep on the Brave, the Brave still sleep, Brave who struggled there. The enemy must cringe and creep And ihey have faced despair. In triumph sleep; the roaring dies O ' er shattered plains where Flanders lies. — James Sinclair, Oct. 6, 1918. " igc ihicc hiindreJ slJtIl; THE JAMBALAYA APPR ECIATION W£ TAKE THIS OCCASION TO EXPRESS OUR GRATITUDE TO MR. BYRNES FOR HIS EXCELLENT CAR. TOONS, TO MOSES AND SONS. PHOTOGRAPHERS; TO JAHN AND OLLIER, ENGRAVERS; TO THE BENSON PRINTING CO., AND TO THE HOST OF OTHER INDIVIDU. ALS, WITHOUT WHOSE CO-OPER. ATION THIS VOLUME WOULD HAVE BEE N A FAILURE. WE ALSO WISH TO ACKNOWLEDGE OUR INDEBTEDNESS TO THE ADVER. TISERS WHOSE NAMES APPEAR IN THE FOLLOWING PAGES OF THIS BOOK, AND WHOSE INTER. EST IN ITS SUCCESS WAS NEVER LACKING. THE EDITORS. l iigc litre, hundred iixl )-one THE J AMBALA YA THE JAMBALAYA ? :.- . THE JAMBALAYA THE TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Albert B. Dinwiddie, Ph.D., LL.D., President The University in all its departments, is located in the Cily of New Orleans, the metropolis of the South There are twelve departments, with twenty-four buildings. Modern dormitories, extensive laboratories, libraries, and museums. The College of Arts and Sc[ENCES. for men. offers full courses in Literature, History, Languages and Science. Many scholarships open to high school graduates. The College of Technology offers unexcelled courses in the following schools: Mechan- ical-Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Chemical Eng neering and Architecture. The Newcomb College for Women offers full courses in Literature, History, Languages. 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 ad- vanced 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 a complete course in the law of Louisiana leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws, to prepare students for practice in Louisiana. The College of Medicine, embracing: THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, established in 1834. with unexcelled laboratory and clinical ad antages. Women admitted on same terms as men. THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, esiablished in 1838. as the New Orleans Polyclinic. Graduate courses offered in all fields of medicine, including research. THE SCHOOL OF PH.-XRMACY, 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 m 1899, as the N. O. College of Dentistry, offers a full course leading to the degree of D.D.S., with practically un- limited clinical material. Women admitted on same terms as men. The College of Commerce and Business Administration offers substantial professional training preparing for a business career. Night classes for business men and a four year day course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration. Courses for Teachers offers a number of courses of full University grade. Non-teachers admitted. TuLANE Summer Normal School offers a great variety of college and educational courses. For special circulars or for detailed information, address the Deans of the respective departments. For General Regis ' .er of the University, address. Registrar of the Tulane Uni ersity of Louisiana Gibson Hall, New Orleans THE JAMBALAYA krstiii ADMINISTRATION BUILDING NEWCOMB COLLEGE Ground Plan of Proposed College Buildings w:- ' Ji CD MXk«i n iT. AUOunOn PLACE L c D C 3 d 1 I A — Administration. B — Library. C — Science I l.ill. D -Chaptal. E — Music Building. F Household Flconomy. G — Gymnasium. H — Art Building. I — Audi- torium. J — Soulli i csidcticc. K. Nnrlli Residence. L — Power I louse. THE JAMBALA YA THE LIVERPOOL LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE CO., Ltd. ' As a Louisiana Institution " Has selected New Orleans as one of its four Departments for the manatjement of its American Business. Maintains a Local Board of Managers, comprising four ol New Orleans Representative Merchants. Employs at its New Orleans Office 100 persons, consisting of Managers and Clerks. Has invested in New Orleans Real Estate 3 office buildings al a cost of $366,000.00. Pays annually taxes to New Oileans and State of Louisiana on Real Estate, $10,147.50. I- ays taxes on its business operations, City of New Orleans and State of Louisiana, $8,241.55. Deposits its funds in four of New Orleans ' Banks from which Losses throughout the South are paid. Purchases all stationery and supplies necessary to its Southern Business from New Orleans Merchants and Dealers. These facts exhibit how tJiis Companv Jios become identified with Louisiana, }vJ}ich should favorably) commend it to the consideration of Louisiana Insurers. Royal Billiard Hall Where Good Fellows Meet » » If 18 TABLES 116 ROYAL ST. THE JAMBALAYA SINCE the old world began to wag, the wishing ring always has been; Cleopatra wished on it; mothers ' wishes killed the war god, who called their choicest sons to perish. We all wished the war o ' er; and it is. But in this case our wishes were bound to be fulfilled, because our cause was just, and, besides, we had the means to accompluh the ends. In times of peace, the wishing ring is turned generously. We wish open- heartedly. For instance, if some one — a two-gunned desperado — were to come up to me and say : " Wish! Wish, on your life for the Jambalaya. " I would cry out, " I wish it the best year it has seen, and all that it stands for — Tulane! " A. FRED BULTMAN, JR. COTRELL LEONARD Albany, N. 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That ' s why IMPERIAL styles are always kept abreast of the requirements of Tulrne men. Fellows who are young, and those who want to feel young, find at I HE IMPERIAL the correct answer to their Shoe problems. IMPERIAL SHOE STORE Largest South CANAL AT BOURBON NEW ORLEANS. LA. TULANE AND NEWCOMB STUDENTS APPRECIATE GOOD MERCHANDISE THEREFORE 1111. Wll I. 1 IND SAIISI-.U HON IN SHOPPING A I D. H. HOLMES CO.. LTD. New Oilcans, I .a. THE JAMBALA YA I. N. DANTZLER LUMBER CO. MANUFACTURERS OF YELLOW PINE LUMBER IIHt:: :JiillllilillllllIlllllillllllllli;llllllllllllllllllilllllllllll6 :„„ ' 1 Annual Capacity 125 Million Feet Cable Address " DANTZLER " MILLS Moss Point Howison Vancleave Handsboio Ten Mile Bond OFFICES Moss Point Gulfpoit Havana THE JAMBALAYA The Grunewald Headquarters for J II Southern College Men 0 0ng A descriptive lolder of I he Grunewald ,iiul .in iiiti-rcsting illuslraled l)Ooklel (.1 New Orleans will III- mailed upon request NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA " In ■ I ii} till I THE JAMBALA YA GRUNEWALD ' S $475 GULBRANSEN PLAYER PIANOS WITH Mandolin ' Ukulele Attachment SOLE AGENTS FOR Stein way Pianos, Knabe Ampicos, Apollo Re- producing Pianos. L. GRUNEWALD CO., Inc. EVERYTHING IN MUSIC THE JAMBALA YA DEMAND PURE TURPENTINE BEST FOR INTERIOR PAINTS National Turpentine and Rosin Bureau Audubon Building NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA A Good Bank I " or You 1 iibernia Bank Trust Company Carondclel 6t Gravier Resources $40,000,000 ALL SCHOOL NECESSITIES ARE HANDLED B ' The Tulane Co-Operative Book Store Cigars, Cigar el tes l osl Cards and Slalionery Gibson H.ili St. C ' harlc.-. Avrmir Nl V OlU.l ANS. I .A. THE I AMBALA YA SUITS FOR YOUNG MEN Made of dependable fabrics, styled up to the last tick of the clock, tailored to fit a young man ' s form — in a word, the best Young Men ' s Clothes ready to wear. 714-716 CANAL STREET Wh en You Think of Ant Riddance THINK OF " SCOOl! " The Great Ant Chaser 25c AT ALL DRUG STORF.S AND SATLSFACTION GUARANTF.ED BY I. L. LYONS CO., Limited Sole Owners and Manufacturers NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA THE JAMBALA YA T i ' INSIST UPON UNION COFFEE Invariably you ' ll find this rich, gocd coflee served by particular housekeepers. They know the difference between Quality Coffee and Premium Coffee — and are more concerned that their coffee please the family — than they are in getting a lot of useless prizes and gifts. A [ Qi (i i(p — No Premiums or Coupons MERCHANTS COFFEE COMPANY Of New Orleans, Ltd. SCIENTIFIC BLENDERS OF HIGH-GRADE COFFEE B. C. Casanas, President PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Ifti i II H HHj BHRfllllPiiiiT ' ' ' , t ' l r .1 ! ' !■ ' ' ■ ,(■■ ' ■ ' .1 l ' ■i 3 V 1 I 1 1 ' , ' ■ ■ ' • , ■ ■ ' ■ ' i j i:


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