Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA)

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Qfap tonpb j ' Backward, turQ backward, O Tinr)e,ir) yoor fliitjt " — Eroest Leslie We )a le CQ eaOore to present 10 tbe following pa e5, a record of acbiev eroer ts urip | the past year If, 10 tbe iro, is+ant j-oture cberi be rr)erY)one5 of our ay5 at Tulane fT)ay be awakened by tbe. perusal of +bi5, i )e igEZ JAMBALAYA, 5o tbat we too will de ire +hatTirr)e turrj backward I ' n Im-s f ii bt, e ablir) us toa ai ' o live tbru our bcipp} college a ys , tl}er) I ' o eed sba " our work, ootbave beer) ir) vairj.an we sball feel aroply repaid for our efforts To tbo5e wbo.tbru tbelrai b ve nyade i 5 voli me possible , we ex — er)d our beart-felt t aoks aQ 3 ap- preclatior). -The Editors THE JAMBAD TbooKof Tulane mmversifi ' Publishedlw the student body, 19a uiiw.VFrtiMrimw ' ' " : •J:■.V.■••■■■■■■ ' " " ■■ " ■ " " " " ■JSjr (fWJC-SJi;, ■■ ' i? : ' " ViiSj n. ir r% - ' ' rHfe. :Si ' " %. itva? n cV " ' ■ ' if ' hv •■ ' ■ ' ' JtrWivrv ■..■ nA«- ' A ■■: :- - v.. ..-:..-;:; . 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" i ' " " ' " ' " ' 3n iifmonattt ALPHONSE MARIN LA MESLEE Alphonse Marin La Meslee, Professor of Romance Languages at Tulane University for the past seven years, died at Brookline, Mass., on Thursday, November 24, I92K while waiting for a ship to carry him back to France, having obtained leave of absence for one year to pursue his studies in France and Italy. A native of France, and a graduate of the University of Paris, after receiving the degree of Bachelor of Letters, he came to America, teaching at Harvard University, and receiving the degree of M.A. for advanced studies there. He later taught at the University of Chicago and at the United States Military Academy, coming to Tulane in 1914. Professor La Meslee had a charming personality, was a congenial friend to the students, and judged many debates at Tulane, being especially interested m debating activities. EDGAR H. FARRAR On Friday night, the sixth of January, 1922, there died at Biloxi, Miss., Mr. Edgar H. Farrar, the eminent member of the Louisiana bar and a member of the Board of Trustees of Tulane University, being selected by Paul Tulane in 1 882 to occupy that position. For some thirty years Mr. Farrar was a commanding figure in the legal profession, being considered an authority on tax law. He prepared all the revenue legislation at the Constitutional Convention in 1913. He was one of the outstanding figures in the legal, civic and political Hfe of Louisiana, and was a nationally-known lawyer. His death is sincerely mourned by the trustees of the university, and by all those who had the pleasure of his acquaintance. ■■ ' iiiiiiiiniiniiiiinMiiHiiiiiiiiiMMuinuiittniuiniMiuuiiniMMiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiitiiiinHMiiiniiiiiiiiuiMuiitimsmiimimitHauiiiitmtn ■--SlJi ' - ' ■ " ».,.,H«V.UUMllltl1MV-.„,v,.,„„,,,v. " ' ■ ' ' ' (. ' jiJ-. ' AjiV ■= " ' K™7. 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FACULTY ' !iN ' -,: i;;i»iiini»iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiHiuniutuiiiiuiminiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiuiimwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiHiiu«iiiniuinuiuu ' ,nHni!mraiuuniunumMiiium!i5ili™ X ' ,;!. SA " " ' ' ' « ' ALBERT BLEDSOE DINWIDDIE, Ph.D., LL.D. President of ihe Universit)) 10 ' 0C.. ..r---- lllllllllDlMliiHiniiiiiiiiilfliiiliiii i(iuiuuiiUMiiitiiii»Huin«HiiiimmiinmuiiiniHiiiimiiHimiiiniiiuiuiuuuuuimimi»uniummuiiiUinui5ili ' flmi™mui»muiuiiiil P.f$?ir i ;;.::::; ■ ' ■ ■■ " !; ;l. ;,t:iv ... t,.MA» M«•,.Avv» . ' ..r .M• ll1ll WlW " ■w A■.■.llM l ,„ |!i r " " ' " " ' ' •■■■ ' 0 ' ' ' -wS, „ ,ti, .,g;f ' Ui ■aliif ■:.-y PIERCE BUTLER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. D an oi Nencomb College - ' " v iiinm iii)iiUHUMiiiinHiMiniMuiii»iii«iiuniuiiiiiniiiiiuiwiiiiiiimiiiiiiii{MiiiiininMiMn(iiiiiiniu«iiHuiiiiinniil!HHUHifUu»iuii iiii «unOTflmicw ■ " " " ■ " ' ■• " " •tlTO.IvTOUTOVn. " »- " IHM " V. 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J2 H 15 iiiiiiiiiiUMiuHunniiiiHitiiHiiiumunuiuuninwiiMiiwiin»iiiiniimiiiiiiiuHiiMiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiii i HHtuiuiituun nuiiitHnui iiiiwuiii uiinsii) inic im-.m ' " ' " ,. " .: ' " 5 1? ' - ■ " • " " " " " . " l " ..-««™ v:¥ ..sr ' r,rrr T vrsi-SEunsia .- j. i . Medical Faculty Drs. Allen, Bass, Bayon, Bethea, Blackshear Drs. Clark, Cohn, Duval, Dowlinc. DeBuys Drs. Daspit, Feincold, Fenner, Garrey, Gessner, Lemann Drs. Lewis, Maes, Matas, Menace, Miller Drs. Newman, V. Smith, J. Smyth, Strong, Weis ,.r " - - 16 , v .4- " v ..■■■ ' S " - f-r-J iiiiiiiMiiiiniiiiMiiiniiiiiiiiiMMiuutiiiuiiiiuniiiuiiiHiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiniuiiuiiiiiiHiiiniMUinuuunuHiuiuuHniiniiWHHiiuiiuiiciB ' i m ' J; " " .-;;i; -, MV. ' ' .f ' " - ' - ' ■ ' iitnimnutnuti! ..„.„. „„„ „ „ — ■•■■ ' V.™.. " " ™.. ,„,„, «„ v „,„„,„„ ,„,„„,„„„„„„ ..;!HrS|j| i-pki$% £ ' Officers of Instruction, 1921-1922 Albert Bledsoe Dinwiddie, Ph.D., LL.D. President of the Universil)f Robert Sharp, Ph.D., LL.D. President Emeritus John Williamson Caldwell. A.M., M.D., Emeritus ElJMOND SoucHON, M.D., Emeritus Ernest Sydney Lewis, B.Sc, M.D., Emeritus William Benjamin Smith, Ph.D., LL.D., Emeritus Charles Bayne Aiticen Lewis Scherck Alcus Morton Arnold Aldrich Carroll Woosley Allen M.D., F.C.S. May Alice Allen, Ph.D. Ernest Emile Allceyer, M.D. Douglas Smith Anderson, M.A. William Pifer Angel, A.M. Richard Ashman, Lit.B. M.S. Clara Gregory Baer Charles Adolph Bahn, M.D. Henrietta Bailey Bruce Baird James Monroe Bamber, M.D. Charles Cassedy Bass M.D., D.Sc. Mary Elizabeth Bass, M.D. Robert Emmett Bayne, A.B. Henry Bayon, A.M.. M.D. Edward Ambrose Bechtel Ph.D. George Sam Bel, M.D. Robert Bernhard, M.D. Oscar Walter Bethea M.D., Ph.G., F.CS. Stephen Mertle Blackshear M.D. Gustave Blancand, LL.D. Homer Raymond Blincoe M.S., M.D. Emile Bloch, M.D. Charles James Bloom B.S., M.D. Harold Abel Bloom, B.S., M.D. Henry Anthan Blum, M.D. Clarence Elmore Bonnett Ph.D. Parry Borcstrom, Ph.D. Frederick Wespy, Ph.D., Emeritus Henry Dickson Bruns, M.D., Emeritus Brandt Van Blarcom Dixon, A.M., LL.D.. Emeritus Abraham Louis Metz, M.Ph., M.D., Emerilu George Farrar Patton. M.D., Emeritus (Arranged Alphabetically) H. Bowden Reginald Somers Cocks, A.M. Henry Sula Cochram B.Sc, M.D. Louis Mark Cognevich, D.D.S. Isadore Cohn B.Sc, M.D., F.C.S. Margaret Pauline M.D. Ph.D.Eleazar Robinson Bowie B.S.. M.D. Harriet Amelia Boyer Mum Bradburn, B.S., M.D William Plummer Bradburn, Jr. James Clifton Cole, M.D. B.S., M.D. Joseph Eugene Brierre. M.D. Lawrence Arthur J. Brennan M.D. Charles Lafayette Brown B.S., M.D. Frederick Temple Brown, M.D. George Stewart Brown M.Ph., M.D. William Prentiss Brown A.B., A.M. Herbert Earle Buchanan Ph.D. Cuthbert Buckner Wiley Ross Buffington, M.D. Albert Frank Burcis, M.D. Mary Williams Butler Pierce Butler, Ph.D. John Joseph Colomb, D.D.S. Maurice John Couret A.M., M.D. Rena Crawford, M.D. John Thomson Crebbin, M.D. William Henry Creighton U.S.N. George Bernard Crozat, D.D.S. Harold Cummins, A.B. Geoffrey Everett Cunningham Nathaniel Courtland Curtis Ph.B., B.S. William Campbell Dalzell A.B., J.D. John Martin Danneker, Ph.G. Henry Daspit. M. D. Joseph Rigney D ' Aunoy B.S., M.D. Peter Charles Cabral, Jr., A.B.Robert Alfred Davis, M.D. Ansel Marion Caine, A.B. M.D.Stewart Pomeroy Dean, D.D S. Nicholas Calla.n A.B., LL.B. Lawrence Richard Debuys Joseph Wheadon Carroll B.S., M.D. Octave Charles Cassecrain Marie Byrd Dees M.D. A.B., B.S., M.D. Lionel Louis Cazenavette, M.D.Sidney Philip Delaup Charles Louis Chassiagnac B.Sc, M.D. M.D WiLLEY Denis, Ph.D. James Elmore Chenet, D.D.S. Donald Derickson, C.E. Samuel Marmaduke D. Clark B.Sc. M.D. Cassius L. Clay 17 John Fleming Dicks, M.D. Lily Lyle Dismuke. A.B., M.D. Oscar Dowlinc, M.D. Louis Joseph Dubos, Jr. A.B., M.B. .■■■i. " ' llilliiiiniiniiiiiiMiiiiiiiii(iiMMiuiit»iuuiiuiniituiiniiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iiniiriiiiiiiHi»iiiiinniiiuiiuniiiiuiiiiiHHiiH(ui intmiiiiHi»UM5niBmiew .... v, .K 1. ■ ■ ■ ' ■:-. . ' . : - .■,...... : i-i 1 .v,,i •{ vM j Atr M Mivrt n V.MJllMH ' ' " - .tfA.rSf ' George Watts Dubuisson D.D.S. Edward Bernard Ducasse D.D.S. Lemuel Gibson Duke. D.D.S Charles Edward Dunbar, Jr. A.B., LL.B. Lionel Charles Durel. M.A. Wallace Joseph Durel, M.D. Clement Quitman Durham A.B. Charles Warren Duval M.A., M.D. John Lynn Ebaugh, Jr., B.E. Otto Charles Ecdorf, B.S. Daniel Stanley Elliott, Ph.D. Charles Leverich Eshleman A.B., M.D. Allan Chotard Eustis, M.D. Edmond Lawrence Faust, M.D. Marcus Feingold, M.D. Erasmus Darwin Fenner A.B., M.D. Frederick Leonard Fenno, M.D Felipe Fernandez, A.B. GuisEPPE Ferrata, Mus.Doc. Hazel Elizabeth Field, M.S. John F. Finke. Jr. Elizabeth Victoria Fischer A.B. John Madison Fletcher, Ph.D. Mabel Fontane, A.B. Eugene Louis Fortier, D.D.S. Albert Emile Fossier A.M., M.D. Charlotte Foster RuFus Edward Foster, LL.B. Frederick Hewitt Fox, B.E. Andrew Vallois Friedrichs B.S., M.D. Ephriam D. Friedrichs A.B., M.D. Lydia Elizabeth Frotscher Ph.D. Idys Mims Gage, M.D. Frank Gallo, M.D. Joseph Mary Garcia. D.D.S. Walter Eugene Garrey Ph.D., M.D. Mildred Gauche, M.S. LuciEN Sydney Gaudet, M.D. M.D. M.D. Simon Geismar, M.D. Paul Joseph Gelpi, A.M., M.D. Hermann Bertram Gessner A.M., M.D. Charles Nebitte Gibbons D.D.S. Upton Wright Giles A.B.. B.Sc, M.D. Peachy Robert Gilmer B.S.. M.D. Addly Hogan Gladden, Jr. A.B.. M.D. Anna Farrar Goldsborough Walter Louis Goldstein, A.B Frank Raymond Gomila, Harold Joseph Condole, Jennie Abney Gore, B.S. Samuel Davis Gore John Daniel Grace Peter Graffignino, M.D. Amedee Granger, M.D. William Benjamin Gregory M.M.E. James Birney Guthrie B.Sc., M.D. Cecil Alfred Hallam John Taylor Halsey, M.D. Edward C. Hanson Irving Hardesty, Ph.D., D.Sc. Charles Robert Harris, B.S. William Herbert Harris A.B.. M.D. Roy Bertrand Harrison, M.D. Esther Finlay Harvey, A.B. Francis Chavigny Hava, M.D. Walter Chavigny Hava, D.D.S Julian Hawthorne, M.D. Augustus Washington Hayes Ph.D. Aynaud Foster Hebert B.S., M.D. Joseph Second Hebert, M.D. Max Heller, M.L. Ben Rufus Heninger, M.D. Adolph DeCampus Henriques M.D. Mary Alice Herbert, A.B. Oliver Edwin Hinsdell Sam Hobson, Jr., M.D. Earl Aden Hogan, M.D. Charles Shute Holbrook B.S., M.D. 18 James Wallace Hopkins, A.M. Ralph Hopkins, A.B., M.D. Anna Mayme Howe, Ph.D. Park Howell, M.D. John Raymond Hume, M.D. Joseph Hume, Ph.B., M.D. Herman Fair Hustedt Raoul Stanislaus Hymel D.D.S. John Joseph Irwin, B.S., M.D. Felix Morris Isaacson, D.D.S. Stanford Chaille Jamison, M.D. Foster Matthew Johns, M.D. Alma Maynard Joly, D.D.S. Hamilton Polk Jones, M.D. Will O ' Daniel Jones, M.D. Theodore August Jung, Jr. A.B., M.D. Pierre Jorda Kahle, B.S., M.D. Arthur Ordway Kastler, B.E. John Smith Kendall, A.M. Frank James Kinbercer, M.D. Alfred Clinton King, M.D. Edward Lacy King, A.B., M.D. Richard Ray Kirk, A.M. Julia Allie Kirkwood, A .B. Adelaide Knight. A.M. Paul George Lacroix B.S., M.D. Clara Lewis Landry. A.M. Jerome Landry. M.D. LuciAN Hypolite Landry, M.D. John Alexander Lanford Ph.G., M.D. Thomas Armitage Larremore A.B., LL.B. Felix Alphonse Larue A.M., M.D. Marie Louise Leautier Edmund Laurence Leckert M.D. Alfred Archinard Leefe D.D.S. Henry Leidenheimer, M.D. Isaac Ivan Lemann, A.B., M.D. Monte Mordecai Lemann A.B., LL.B. Joseph Levy, M.D. Walter Edmund Levy B.S., M.D. James Leon Lzwis. M.D. John Aden Lewis. M.D. Henry John Lindner, M.D. 4 " ' - " " .rv P % " " - . •■■■ ' -fv 4---i .r-- iiiimiinrnmHuiMminifiMiMiMimnuiunHtmnuiinHiMinuiininimiiiiiiimiiuiiMiiiiiuiHiiiiiiiinHuiuiuiuiuuiiiiHUiiUiniuiiuwHiiUHUiisiDmi ■■ " li:. S-1 0 } " ' " -- ' ■■■ ' •0 V , «.„.„ ' ■ ' - » , ,i ;i» ., .-i,dl« ' »«•» ■• S - ' James Otis Lisenbv James Louis Locascio Ph.C, M.D. Henry Clarence Lochte M.D. Maud Loeber, A.M.. M.D. George King Logan, B.Sc, M.D Louis Vyasa James Lopez M.D. William Alvin Love A.B., M.Ph., M.D. Chandler Clement Luzenberg B.S.. LL.B. Guy Van Winkle Lyman C.P.A. Robert Clyde Lynch, M.D. James Adair Lyon, A.M., D.Sc. Randolph Lyons, Ph.B., M.D. John MacLaren McBryde, Jr. Ph.D., Litt.D. Irene Acnes McCulloch, Ph.D Paul Avery McIlhenny, M.D. Alice Reynalds McMaster Thomas Leroy McMeekin, B.S. Urban Maes, M.D. AucusTiN Logan Magruder D.D.S. Annie Aldea Maher A.M., M.D. Katherine French Maher A.B. Samuel Arthur Mahood, Ph.D. Ivor Orin Mall, M.E. Anna Estelle Many, A.M. .Alphonse Marin LaMeslee B.EsL., A.M. (Died Nov. 24, 1921) Clara Del Valle Del Marmol Edmund Denegre Martin, M.D, Joseph Denegre Martin, M.D. Rudolf Matas M.D., LL.D., F.C.S. Abraham Mattes, M.D. Leon Ryder Maxwell, A.M. George Alfred Mayer, M.D. Harold Tuprer Mead A.B., M.S. Henry Edward Menage M.D., M.Ph. Robert Leonval Menuet, B.E. Leon John Menville, M.D. Herbert Henry Meyer, D.D.S. Monte Fiore Meyer, M.D. Fred Ivan Meyers Alphonse Charles B. Meynier D.D.S. Carl Ludo von Meysenbug M.D. Paul Michinard, M.D. Charles Jefferson Miller , M.D., F.C.S. Hilliard Eve Miller, M.D. Clara Marie de Milt, M.S. Caroline Mims, M.D. Joseph Chandler Morris, Jr. B.S. Hal Walters Moseley M.Sc, M.A. Edmund Moss, M.D. Andrew Dominic Mouledous Ph.G., M.D. Emil Fidel Naef, M.D. William Archie Nail, Ph.G. .Bernard Earl Nelkin Jacob Warren Newman Ph.G., M.D.. F.C.S. Allen B. Nicholas Harry Matthew Nolan, D.D.S. Ann Hero Northrup, A.M. Elliot Judd Northrup A.B., LL.B. Stafford Henry Nothacker M.D., D.P.H. John Aloysius O ' Brien, B.E. James Phares O ' Kelley, M.D. John Frederick Oechsner, M.D. Frank Sallean Oser, D.D.S. Henry John Otto, M.D. Carroll Davis Overton Allison Owen DoMiNicK Andrew Palmisano M.D. Frederick William Parham M.D. Herbert Cassius Parker Carl Eugene Parry, Ph.D. (Absent on leave) William Martin Perkins B.Sc, M.D. (Died Sepl. 1, 1921) William David Phillips B.Sc. M.Ph., M.D. Albert Baldwin Pitkin, M.D. James Ernest Pollock. M.D. Robert Hollingsworth Potts M.D. John Gailbraith Pratt, M.D. 19 Percy Lennard Querens, M.D. Frank Louis Ramos Portia Pierce Randolph. A.B. Eleanor Elmire Reames. Ph.D. Gladys Ann Renshaw, A.B. (Resigned) George Joseph de Reyna, Jr. M.D. Eda Flotte Ricau Henry Cook Richards B.S.. Ph.G. Caroline Frances Richardson A.M. LiLLiE Richardson, A.M. Lucy Richardson Harry Wynn Rickey Ernest Henry Riedel, Ph.D. James Davidson Rives B.S., M.D. James Marshall Robert, B.E. Robert Gordon Rodkeg, A.B. Myra Clare Rogers, A.M. Wynne Grey Rogers, LL.B. Amelie Roman William Kent Ruble, A.B. Rene Salomon Ernest Charles Samuel. M.D. George Ellis Sandoz. D.D.S. Charles Frederick Sauter M.D. George E. Schneider Adolph George Schulz Ralph Jacob Schwarz A.M., LL.B. Leonard Case Scott Ph.D.. M.D. William Henry Seemann, M.D. Thomas Benton Sellers Ph.C, M.D. Luther Sexton, M.D. Mary Given Sheerer Lillian Shelley Harry Edwin Sheppard Daniel Nathan Silverman M.D. Sidney Kohn Simon, A.B., M.D. Claude Simons Harry Vernon Sims, A.B., M.D. Gertrude Roberts Smith John Holmes Smith, Jr., M.D. Victor Conway Smith, M.D. Wilbur Cleveland Smith, M.D. John Smyth, M.D. ;:iiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiniitiiiiiiiuiiiiiniiti ' ,i!i;ii! ' .:; ' . ' .;;i:; ' .:;:; ' .!iiiiif!i!!iP.:!!:i:i!;;!ii ' .::; ' , ' .;: ' ,: ;:r.. ' :: ' .iU!!U ' . ' .!: ' , ' .iii«imi!.!»i3cs!r. ' .:: ' .;:: " ;; ' .;; " .!!!!!!!. ' :i v.. ■•■■■■MJH.1V.V,,.,,,,, „„, --■• " " " • " • " -V " .V„...» „.„.v,..„..v .:■ J S ffSf Jk$% . ' John Harrison Snellinc. Jr. A.B. Isabella Sterling Snodcrass A.B. SiMONE DE LA SoUCHERE, B.L. Marion Sims Souchon, M.D. Adelin Elam Spencer, A.M. Mary Cass Spencer, M.Sc. G. D. Stevens Will Henry Stevens Jamie Thompson Stinson Herbert King Stone. A.B. Imogen Stone, A.M. Jacob Ambrose Storck M.Ph., M.D. Robert Alexander Strong M.D. Dagny Sunne, Ph.D. Archibald Magill Suthon A.B. LL.B. Walter Joseph Suthon. Jr. LL.B. Carl Frederick Taeusch, Ph George James Taquino, M.D. Aravilla M. Taylor. Ph.D. Susan Dinsmore Tew, Ph.D. Delvaille Henry Theard A.B., LL.B. John Herndon Thomson B.S., B.Arch. Parvin Westcoff Titus Mildred Tonge, A.B. Joseph Jean Torre. Ch.E. Lota Lee Troy, B.S. Charles Vircinius Unsworth M.D. Miner Howard Vallas, B.E. Roy McLean Van Wart A.B., M.D. Rene Adams Viosca. A.B., LL.B Milton Anthony Voorhies B.E. Charles Henry Voss A.B., M.D. Reynold Christian Voss. M.D. D.Charles Arthur Wallbillich M.D. Edward Henry Walsdorf Genevra Washburn Joseph Deutsch Weis, M.D. Maude Virginia Westbrook Melvin Johnson White, Ph.D. Roy White. D.D.S. Alice Weddell Wilkinson Philip Harding Wilkinson (Died Feb. 4, 1922) Herbert Daniel Williams, A.M. Charles Samuel Williamson. Jr. M.S. Gladys Richarda Williamson M.B.. Ch.B.. D.Ph. Theodore Wilson, D.D.S. James Edward Winston, Ph.D. Frederick Jacob Wolfe, D.D.S. Wallace Wood, Jr.. D.D.S. Ellsworth Woodward William Woodward Garret Polhemus Wyckoff A.B. Blanche LaSassier Young, A.B. Zachary Taylor Young, M.D. Norma Arbo Vincent Axford John Andrew Bacon Oswald Cadogan Belfield Minnie Marie Bell MuiR Bradburn, B.S., M.D. Richard Kearny Bruff James Doyle Byrne Lilian Alice Collens Wilhelmina Bogart Conger Frances Eshleman Craig, A.B. Marjorie Agnes Crane Benjamin Crump, Sr. Laura Lee Cummings Albert Jeff. Dickerson Elisabeth Ducros Omcers of Administration (Arranged Alphabelically) Mabel Fontane Florence Marie Fouert Sidonia Gingry Marie Brickell Glasscock Tudor Tucker Hall Esther Finlay Harvey, A.B Leonard Haueser Joseph Norman Hedrick Herman Fair Hustedt Susan Benton Keane Maude Margaret Kennedy Bernard Conrad Kolman Alexander St. John Labry Daniel Frank Layman Florence Bettis Layman Theodoric Cecil Lyon Sarah Magill Marie Lehmann Maddux. Ph G. Joseph Meyer Edmund Moss, M.D. Agnes Pollock Samuel Cahlman Polmer B.S.. B.B.A. Jeanie Balfour Raymond Edith Claire Richardson Jane Grey Rogers Desiree Roman Nancy Shepard Snyder, B.S. Irma Sporl Lewis Farrington Wakeman A.B., B.B.A. Lawrence Andre Wogan University Council The University Council consists of the president of the university, as chairman, the cleans of the several colleges or departments who are members ex-officio, and of one member elected by the faculty of each of the colleges or departments from its own number to serve for two years. The council considers all scholastic questions relating to university administration or policy which in its opinion are of general university concern, and has jurisdiction to decide all such questions. Matters of dissent by any faculty from action by the council are referred to the Board of Adminis- trators for decision. Members of the University Council for 1921-1922; President Dinwiddle, President Emeritus Sharp, Deans Aldrich. .Anderson. Bechtel. Butler. Chassaignac. Fletcher. Foster. Wood, and Professors Cocks. Derickson, Eustis. Gessner. Halsey. Lyon. McBryde. Magruder. A. H. Northrop. Parry, and Miss Florence Dymond and Mr. Gustaf R. " Westfeldt of the Alumni Advisory Committee. 20 .,«™»». Wm v . r- nininniiHiiiiMiiiiniiiiiiiiHiiitiiittiiiuuinitiiiiiuiininiiiniiiMiniiituimituiintiiiiiiiiniiiniiiunnnuuntniMitHinnmiiUffUiuwwuiiiuiunsiD ' j ;;;;;;■;;■ ►•;«w«» ' «« ji%ffete ■ ■ , yA if-rr ' s; -; :-:-! ' !! ,:;.) iir ■ ' 5,;.. ' 21 il -i - D V FRLCi er The first huilJing on the campus And the first one that Tve vieiu, Is Cibson Hall, helovej bv all The sons of old T. U . - Tz - - . Here ' s the Tilton Library, noiun tp us a , Where searching for f noTvleJgc Tve maf c our call. 22 rf " ..: 5lfc: tillJ r F| iii 111 Wilt iwvy ' ' ' .-iSliS W t-«-5Jl- -5 , H m r f ' f r m wim 1 n !T r p- ]7 n fR The AJminislralion Building. Doesn ' t il look s :Vi:re? Pink slips lo NeTDcomb girlies are dispersed from here. .y.FKjRET Guarded as in a dungeon eep, Here fair Neacomb maidens sleep. 23 I WW T RUT i-IW LlL , ' " ' " ' ff : iilil iaMpi ' jii g ' lK D.V FrleRe[ J A- f Here Juniors and Seniors of ihc Medical College Finish their search for professional l noivledge. 4 " .v ;r l ■: ' , . A J lfZL ' " k - ' -. ' 19 ' - ' . w ' " ' « 3 m ' iar-. ' f m. The uptown medics spend two ears In the Richardson Memorial, ' mid sighs and tears. 24 J).y.FKtKE| A. S. Dorms. Here the stuJenis sla f. And Kappa Kappa Mu holds sway. 25 I ' -V:;; £ " - iti-.-:, I ' v Fi e,ef 7 " ie Adminislralion ButlJing al Neii comb Once more meets our gaze. As it shines forth in all its glory. Reflecting the setting sun ' s rays. Stanley Thomas Hall is non shoTvn to you; On the third floor here this volume greiv. 26 When do Jue eat? Lil(e a battle cr}) Rings out. Then to the Refectory me fl . To develop our muscles we have Tulane Ciim, So here me aoric and Tve dance mith vim. 27 . ' - ? ' ' ' . - n.v. f REi ET- r -13= In the Physics BuiUing, pictured here. Has ended fall many a college career. Crimy sludes in clothes of all sorts Here strive for nom cc ge in Mechanic Arts. 28 ff 1=3 mil WiuHt ' ' ' ' • ' ■ ' ■ ' ■ ' " .■■r.: in„„f,: ' • ' • W.VI .; niH .;v.:., ,m , M- " " % ' 7% ir ' % ' ' w -rm 0- " . ' i ' , " - " " " - " " " " " " ' " ' " 0 31 .-.r-v .•■•■ " % iiiiiiMuu»iinnnMiHniiiiMMH)uiHnni«i»uini»iMiiiHHn »uiiiiimiiiiwii(iiiiMiiuiiiiunniiiiiniuinu;uH uuuiii»i«uuiainmwwiiiumii5iBflmiMi» • • dss ■•« ■ ' ' ;Kv ' -V. ' !,, aVS S ' ' ' „„,„,...va,...,.,.,., .™„.». ■ " • ' • ' ■ » ' ' ' 56 " ' ' " Senior Class Officers Clara Lewis PrcsiJcl Marjorie Lamkin Vice-Presidenl Miriam Watson Secretary Gladys Engler Treasurer Alice Lewis . . . Senior Editor JamhalaVa Class Play Committee Mildred Christian, Chairman Alice Odenheimer Eleanor LeBlanc Clara Lewis Marguerite Dow Alice Lewis Marjorie Hay 32 ■: " .= - ' i i- - " vS ' ■•••.. ir- . t! ' ...r f , ■■- f-itjf 4b - liiiniiMHMMiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiniMiHniiiiuiiiniiiMii miniiimiiiiitimHiiiiuniiiiHn(iiiiiiiniiiiuuuuiniuiiinHmuu(umiw ' %:. II: ..:;;■■.■■■ ■« .■ ;S ;r • ' . ' -as ■» ' ■ 5 ' : ■ ' Ffr-vn , S i ' .J,.% ■%3 S ■%■ ' . . ;f ff 1%.. Newcomb Senior Class Richard Keenan NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Dicky is a darling, and Dicky is a dear. He ' s quite tlie cutest mascot we ' ve seen in many a year. Cassie Juanita Bass NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA IT B " What could be sweeter " someone said, wlifii spoak- ing of the Bass. Yes, this is true; Ijut she is too an athletic lass. Basketball Team (1, 2, SI; Glee Club (1); Y. W. C. A. (1); N. A. A. (1, 2. 3. 4); Newcomb Ball Team (1, 2, 3, 4); Latin Club (2). Muriel Alston Bate NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA K A e With flourish of her fountain pen, she does the work defy. For journalism is her line and " What ' s the news? " her cry. Debating Club (1); Dramatic Club (1. 4); N. A. A. (1). Beulah Postlewaite Brown SHREVEPORT, L0UIS:aNA A O II Polychrome was luckj ' to have Beulah lor her maid; Real rainbows would be envious ol ' hair that glorious shade. Harriet Mathews Butler ST. FRANCISVILLE, LOUISIANA n n Harriet is quiet and never makes a fuss. But ' 22 is proud that she is one of vis. Mildred Gaylor Christian NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA K A G ; Alpha Sigma Sigma What a charming Polychrome she made out upon the green As she danced a lithesome measure hcfoi-e the May Day Queen. Latin Club (1, 2); Y. W. C. A. (3. 4); Cabinet (3); Debating Club (2, 3. 4); Debating Council (4); Dra- matic Club (2, 3, 4); Play Leads (3. 4); French Circle (1, 2, 3, 4). Secretary (3); Glee Club (1. 2, 3. 4). Assistant Secretary (2). Vice-Presi- dent (3); Chairman Song Book Committee (3, 4); Field Day (1, 2, 3); Balance Beam Winner (3); Chair- man May Day Committee (3) ; Executive Committee (3, 4); Student Council (1), Secretary (3), President (4); Class Plav Committee (4). 33 .•ty ' -. ■■ iiniimiHiiiiiiiiMiMiiiiiiMiiiMiiuitinntuiiiitiMiMiMiiiiiiiniiiiituiiimiiwmiwiitiiiiimmiinnniiinHHuniuuinnimiiuuHiuntii «:.:.,„ v« " ' ' " " ' " ,.i:i ; .■s:.. jS?; ■ ' ' %- .-x«- .....i.,.i.,v... .„„„,,.. .... " ■ ' " ' " Si vJiVSi. " -iiaV ' ' ■■ iv;;-. . , jSr ■• ' s-tfA ' V: Newcomb Senior Class Annette E. Cohen MOBILE, ALABAMA She is not a Kellernian. though Annette is her name; She ' s not so energetic, but she gets there just the same. Dorothy Covington HAZLEHURST, MISSISSIPPI M A shark in mathematics, a " Icon " in our May Day! Well, Newcomb does things that way — that ' s all there is to say! Y, W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Latin Club (1): History Club (1); Glee Club (1, 2. 3. 4); Dormitory Council (2. 3). Frances Epps Davenport MER ROUGE, LOUISIANA ■I- M When speaking of ole Frances, another name creeps in ; He ' s long and tall and lanky, and wears a Sig Chi pin. Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); N. ' A. A. (3, 4); Latin Club (3. 4). Mabel Batte DePass NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA X Q " On again and gone do. But we ' re so glad she ' s had ain " seemed all lliat she could aiii with 1922. N. A. A. (1. 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (1) ; French Circle -ll; Dramatic Club (1). Marguerite Teissier Dow NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA X n For stage presentations refer to Marguerite Dow. . s she ' s president of Dramatic Club, she best can tell you how. French Circle (2. 3. 4); Play (3); Mandolin-Guitar Club 3, 4); Dramatic Club (2. 3. 4); Play (3, 4); President (4); E.xecutive Com.mittee (4). Frances Dreyfuss SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA A E $ She is always bubbling over Willi happiness and glee: " To know her is to love her " — just why ' s not hard to see. Glee Club (1. 2. 3); Latin Club (1, 2); Field Day (3); French Circle (1, 2). 34 .-»:! fi ' S ' ' ' ' ' ■ ff ' iiininniiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuituiuuiHniiiiMiiiHiiiiHiHHitiiiiimiiiitHiiiiiiHuniiiiiiiiHiiiiiniuiiHUiuunminiuwuufiuumumitiumui j p .•( ' AHM-VfllMll ' " % ' " ' 9i % " .. M ' Wji ' 1% ' " w " " % ' m ' ' i ' m. : ' ;;■. 1 ■% f».»;|, % J,.% ■% 1 ' ' N ew com b s enior CI ass Helen Dymond NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA n B with baskelball and Beta ' s she sure plays a wlnliine eame ; You must ask her ' bout the latter, for I don ' t know his name. Glee Club (1, 2): N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Newcomb Ball Team (2, 3, 4), Captain (2, 4); Basketball 1, 2, 3), Captain (1); Varsity Basketball (1, 2, 3); Hul- labaloo Staff (2, 3, 4); Newoomb Editor (4); Arcade Sub-Editor (3); College (4); Dramatic Club (2. 3, 4); Jambalaya Board (4); Executive Committee (4). Mae Mayo East NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA K K r Have you ever seen Mae dance? Of course you must have. Gee! she ' s fine. Remember, she was Glinder In our May Day Panto- mime? Basketball (1. 2, 3); N. A. A. (1. 2. 3. 4); French Circle (1. 2, 3); Dramatic Club (1, 2. 3. 41; Hockey (4); T. V. C. A. (1. 2, 3); History Club (1. 2). Edith May Ellsworth MCCOMB, MIESIJSIFPI She ' s the energetic lass, writts mu-sic by the yard. And carelully each Dorm, girl from wicked men doth guard. Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3. 4), Secretary f2), Treasurer (3); Glee Club (1, 2, 3. 4); Dormitory Council (2, 3, 4); J, L. House President (4); Student Council (4). Gladys Catherine Engler NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA So kittenish in May Day, as tho ' out for such a lark. You wouldn ' t know that Gladys Is the good ole Ethics shark. Debating Club (1. 2, 3, 4); French Circle (1, 2. 3. 4); Dramatic Club (1. 2, 3. 4), Treasurer (3); Class Treasurer (4); Class Debating Team (3): French Play |3); Field Day (1, 2, 3). Adair Humphries Ewin BILOXI, MISSISSIPPI K K r Not cowardly by nature, but cowardly b ■ name; As the (i ' ont halt the Hon, she ' s due the first half fame. N. A. A. (1. matic Club (2, 3. 4); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3); Dra- 1, 4); J. L. House Committee (2, 3). Pharos Eliza Felker INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA II B $ Now this is quite a secret, so keep It quiet, do — Pharos writes real stories; I know that this is true, French Circle (4); History Club (3); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). 35 ,!f ' v ff-:! ■■•J J " " " . ' fv .r . ; , 1 - £ ■ ' C ' . .-sf ' M . lllllllHlllllllllllllllMINlMIIIIIIIIUlll(IUUIinilllllUUUllllMl»llll)lllWIIIMni!»llllliniinU»ll»IIUIIllUlt»HltlH»ll«l«llWI»HfU»»WmiliUlilill5 " . ' . 3? „.iSv ' » ' !! ' Newcomb Senior Class Olga Fernandez NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA This young yii ' l is a mixture, we wouldn ' t call it tame; Frencli she is by nature and Spanish is by name. Marguerite Estelle Flaspoller NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA K K r ' Stelle has a little rule, and it ' s simply this: When shooting for a goal, you should never, never m iss. Dramatic Club (1. 2, 4); Y. -W. C. A. (1. 2); Glee Club (1. 2); Basketball (1. 2. 3); N. A. A. (1, 2. " 3. 4) ; Hockey (4). Alma Marsalis Fredericks BUSH, LOUISIANA She ' s just lately conic among us, hut she ' s very, very bright; ir you ' d heard her in our Bible Lit., you ' d know that I was right. Julia Day Goddard NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Alpha Sigma Sigma Now .Julia is a peach — she ' s worked hard for the Jamb; But when asked for a remark, she simply answered, " D ! " N. A. A. (1, 2. 3. 4); French Circle (1. 2): Y. W. C. A. (1. 3); Debating Club (1, 2. 3, 4); Field Day (1. 2, 3); Basketball (3); Business Manager Newcomb Section Jambalaya. Helene Blanche Goldsmith NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA A E Rich she is in riaftne and charming as to face In our May Day dance — have you ever seen such grace? Marie Rosamond Gurley NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA The mascot ' s royal keeper, the girl who lends a hand; I ' ll tell you. without Rosamond I don ' t know where we ' d stand. Basketball (1); N. A. A. (1. 2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); French Circle (1, 2). 36 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiniiMiiiiiuiuiiuiniiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiii»!iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiuiin{iiuniuiiunniiuiuuniniuuHaiininiMUiinuiuiisiB)imiCQiillUMti ..,«! " " " " Sa5. ■■■■-■■■■■ r ! •« t« 1 jVK -..., „.„,„„„,,„„„„M I lit- ,|i r- ' ■• ' ■■ ' ' ' a, Newcomb Senior Class Ethel May Gutmann NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA With cute old rhymes and jingles she always makes us lauffli: If you would know the truth, of these she ' s wi-itton half. Class Poet (3): French Circle (1); History Club (1. 2); Latin Club (1. 2). Vice-President (a); Debating (1, 3). EVERALL BURDON HaRDWICK NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA K A e She ' s mostly over at Tulane acquiring higher knowl- edge. But when that ' s done, she comes straight back to Newcomb College. Mary Hatch BUCKNER, LOUISIANA Our little Mary Pickford is charming and petite; She needs another adjective because, you see. she ' s sweet. N. A. A. (1. 4); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3. 4). Marjorie Beulah Hay NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA n B ; Alpha Sigma Sigma The great originator can improvise a dance That is so charming it holds you in a trance. Vice-President Class (1); Basketball (2. 3); Base- ball 2. 3): Varsity Basketball (2); Newcomb Bail (2. 3. 4); Student Council (3. 4). Vice-President (4); N. A. A. (1. 2, 3, 4); Y. " W. c. A. (1. 2, 3); Tree Com- mittee; Class Play Committee (4). Ella Johnson TALLULAH, LOUISIANA Klla is a darling. Ella is so sweet. That to see her is to love her, and to know her is a treat. Elinor Johnson BOYCE, LOUISIANA X CI Elinor we feared from ' 22 we ' d lose. T-t now she ' s back again teaching kids their p ' s and q ' s. Mandolin-Guitar Club (4); Y. W. C. A. (]. 2. 4); N. A. A. (1. 2, 4); Latin Club (1); French Circle n. 2). 37 ■0 " ' 4 -j f . ' ? " •-,- " iiiiiiiiiiUHiiiiiuniiHMiMniMiMuuuinHinMniiimiMiMiMiiuuiiiiiiMttiiiiiiitiHiitii niiinin(iiiHiMiuiniiit!niiuutimwwtH(iuiumm Miiuiiiii5ni]im s as ' " " 1% " , - " ■?? „ ? 1 fS ' " " ' ' " " .A.,„,„S.tfA .: Newcomb Senior Class Ellen Lee Sloo Kearney NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA K K V; Alpha Sigma Sigma Good things in small packages, dotli the adage tell; We find this well exemplilied in our little Nell. Tennis Team (1); Varsity Basketball (1, 2, 3); Class Basketball Team (1, 2. 3); Newcomb Ball Team (1. 2, 3); Hockey Class Captain (4); Hockey Class Team (4); Varsity Hockey (4); N. A. A. Secretary (2); N. A. A. Treasurer (4); Class Secretary (2): Class Vice- President (3). Maud Wiley Kemper NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA K K r Jack Pumpkinhead ' s a merry lass, a good musish as well ; The fame she ' s won in art work would take too long to tell. Class Basketball (1. 2, 3), Varsity (3); N. A. A. (1. 2. 3, 4); Mandolin-Guitar Club (1, 2. 3. 4); May Day Committee (3); Chairman Art School (4). Margery Mayfield Kidd RUSTON, LOUISIANA n B As good ole senior manager she works witli might and main, And to her should go the credit for the honors we will gain. Clem Kohlman NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA A E Clem ' s so very charming with liair that ' s boljbed and black. And when she ' s around us we never giggles lack. Dramatic Club (1. 2, 3); Debating Club (3); New- comb Ball Team (2, 4). Esther Anna Kuss NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA 4 M; Alpha Sigma Sigma Debating and athletics, they both are in her line: In both she ' s a winner — well, nearly all the time. Debating Club (1. 2. 3. 4). President (4); Carnot Debate (2. 3, 4); .lennie C. Nixon Debate (2, 3); Class President (3); Student Council (3. 4); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (1. 2); Dramatic Club (2. 3. 4); N. A. A. (1. 2. 3. 4): Class Basketball (1. 2, 3); Varsity Basketball (1. 2); Field Day Captain (2): ' Winner Field Day (2); Second Place (1. 3); Newcomb Ball Team (2. 3, 4). Marjorie Elizabeth Lamkin CLARKSDALE. MISSISSIPPI X fi friend Sousa beat and has a famous As leader of the " band " she ha a mile; She ' s full of rousing pep and vim. smile. N. A. A. (3. 4); Class Tennis Team (31; Dramatic Club (3. 4); Play (3. 4); Varsity Song Leader (3); Class Vice-President (4); Class Cheer Leader (4); Class Song Leader (3); Mandolin-Guitar Club (3. 4). President (4); Hullabaloo Staff (3); Dramatic Club Stage Manager (4). 38 t T ' l iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiMiiii!iiiiiiiiiiMHiiitniuuMuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMi»iiii)iuiiiHiiii!niiuiiM!fiin:!iiM(iii!unni!!i»ntH nnui!i ' .!!«uHniiuiiiwo,i!n H!;!i5 ' . ' . ' .I ' .niiiiii i ' ' ' ' -% „.» " ■■■-If " - ' ' .-!:. ■AW " ■ " - " " " " .»„„„.„,„, ; " v «■ • ' SVf .- TO ' 4A ' aS ' " ■ •; ' S ' " ' ' •I Ne vcomb Senior Class Eleanor Barrow LeBlanc NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA K A e As a leader slie ' s a wonder — no better one you ' ll find. And our Eleanor is Ijlessed witli a most romantic mind. College Cheer Leader (4); College Song Leader (2. 4); Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Play (2, 4), Secretary {2). Stage Manager (3); Class Treasurer (3); Class Poet (4); Glee Club (2, 4); Chairman Campus Night Committee (4); Class Play Committee (4). Eleanor Jeannette Leipziger NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA A E Scandal — scandal — scandal — I would like to tell; But tho ' it is charming, it would not be so well. Latin Club (1, 2); l Vench Circle (1. 2); Dramatic Club (3, 4). Alice Villere Lewis NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA If you would like to kno v what is nearest to her heart. Alice is an artist and just wrapt up in her art. French Circle (1, 2. 3. 4), Treasurer (3), Vice-Presi- dent (4); Dramatic Club (3, 41; Glee Club (1, 3); Class Representative Jambalaya (4). Clara Davis Lewis NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Alpha Sigma Sigma ' Eh, bien, Madame President, you have ruled us well; ' 22 give thanks to you, more than she can tell. French Circle (1. 2. 3. 4), Secretary (2), President (3): Sub-Editor Arcade (3); Literary Editor Arcade (4); May Day Committee (3); Executive Committee (3, 4); Class President (4); Debating Council (4); Student Council (4). Marie Barbara Links NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Barbara is a scholar; in English she ranks high; She makes the excellents for which we all do sigh. Dorothy Vories Lyle NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA A A n Dottie as a China child really was quite charming; Now she wears a frat pin, which is most alarming. French Circle (1. 2. 3. 4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3. 4); Oleo Club (1); Dramatic Club (1); Treasurer French Circle (4). .iLnjL-»y ' dL S 11 39 X M iiiiiiniiiiiii ' , ' . i!!!iiinimiimiiiiii ' . ' ,;!i; ' ,:!i;!; ' . ' ,:!! ' , ' ,:mmiimimii!:!!ii: ' . ' .: ;; ' .!!!ii!mi ' .i!m!iU!iEiE ' J!mi!;Dimm! iH!(iuiiiii " " " " " ' " wuiiv..vj....,,„_. iS(.- ' fiM h ■ ' ' ' i ' ' H ewcom b s enior CI ass Margaret Blair Lyon NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA A O II; Alpha Sigma Sigma Margaret ia little, but at work she is .iusl grand; When it came to Jamb work, she made tilings go to beat the band. Treasurer Student Body (3); Class Secretai-j ' (3); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2. 3. 4). Secretary (3). Cabinet (4); Delegate to Blue Ridge (2); Basketball (1, 2); New- comb Ball (2); Field Day (1. 2, 3); Balance Beam Winner (2); Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3, 4). Play (2); N. A. A. (1. 2. 3, 4); Bxecutiye Committee (3. 4); Finance Committee (3. 4); Serbian Committee (2, 3, 4), Chairman (4); Newcomb Editor Jambalaya (4). Julia Mae Magruder NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA K A e Hats and food she makes just grand, and likewise she can sew; Really there is nothing in Domestic Science she doesn ' t know. Glee Club 11); Y. W. C. A. (1); N. A. A. (1). SociA Sinclair Magruder NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Socia takes Domestic Science, that you can tell. For what she does is real y done quite well. Amelie Longer May NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA n B She made a charming China Doll, but Charm ' s her middle name; In middy suit or evening dress she ' s chai-ming just the same. Dixie Cherry Milling NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA K K r Dixie and The Arcade are sj ' nonymous I ' or me; IC it weren ' t for ole Dixie, where would The Ar- cade be? Sub-Editor Arcade (2). College Editor (3). Editor- in-chief (4); Jambalaya Representative (3); Executive Committee (4). Alice Fitzhugh Moreton BROOKHAVEN, MISSISSIPPI r •!) B Yes, you will find sharks in the sea — that is very true — But Alice is a French one. so there are sharks at Newcomb. too. Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Dramatic Club (3, 4); N. A. A. (3, 4). 40 .iT---! _4 -J liiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiuuuntuiinniiuiiiiiiniHiiiiHiuiiiiH iii»iiiii[iiH!Miii{iiiHniiHiiiiMiHuni!itiuiuimwwiHauiuiwiiliiii liunSffl i!- ' SV ' ■■■ " .■••■■• ' — " «.,„„,„., „,„,. ,„,„„, ,„ „„„„„„„„„,,li ;« ! kMx ' ...;,„;,;,,:l,.„«v [ j u „rfV . ' 4A. ■ _ ; fi Newcomb Senior Class Maia Morgan OKOLONA, MISSISSIPPI A II Maia cops the cups — you know that this is true — But to say she ' s " in her cups " really wouldn ' t do. Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); N. A. A. (2, 3, 4), Vice-Presi- dent (4); Glee Club (4); Field Day (2, 3); Dormitory Baseball (2, 3). Captain (3); Varsity Baseball (2. 3); Class Tennis Team (2, 3. 4); Varsity Tennis (2, 3); Newcomb Singles Cup (2. 3): Doubles Cup, Tulane Tournament (3); Singles Cup. Tulane Tournament (3). Irma Moses NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA A E ' :p; Alpha Sigma Sigma As president of N, A. A. we know that Irma ' s fine. But acting ' out Jack Sprat seems more to fit her line. N. A. A, 11. 2. 3. 4). Treasurer (3). President (4); Mandolin-Guitar Club (1. 2. 3. 4), Secretary and Treas- urer (3), Vice-President (4); Dramatic Club (2, 3, 4); Manager Varsity Basketball (2, 3): Varsity Baseball (2. 3); Class Tennis (2, 3, 4); Tulane-Newcomb Dou- bles Cup (3). Tipton Mullins CLANTON, ALABAMA K A e When it comes to helping folks, you ' ll find ole Tip ' s no shirkei ' . For your future little M.D. is a good Social Worker. N. A. A. (2, 3. 4); Latin Club (2); Y. W. C. A. (2, 3. 4), Cabinet (3). Marguerite Price Murphy WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA JI Pat has such a lovely smile, it ' s reajly most endear- ing: Iter name and face and smi ' e are reminiscent of old Erin. S. GwiN Murrell BAYOU COULA, LOUISIANA n B T A winner of many prizes, in the Art School she doth shine: She ' s quiet and reposeful, but very, very fine. Class Secretary (1); N. A. A. (1, 2); Adele Belden Prize (2); Y. W. C. A. Publicity Committee (3); Pro- gram Committee (4); J, L. House Committee (3. 4); May Day Committee (31: Neill Medal (3); Secretary House Council (4). Marjorie Dunbar Newell CHATTANOOGA. TENNESSEE X i2; Alpha Sigma Sigma If you ' re ever in dark trouble, to Marjorie you go — She has the loveliest, friendliest spirit that ever you did know. Class President (11 : Student Council (1, 2); Dormi- tory Council (2. 3): Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (2i 3), Presi- dent (4): Dramatic Club Play (3): Vice-President Student Body (4); E.xecutive Committee (4). i;;!!i;:::; 41 :::i:;::. ' :iiinuiiiiHuinHuiiutiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiii!iiiiiniiiiMiuiMiiHiiiiiiniuiuu!;ii ' . ' . ' ,v, ' ,unmimHifiuiimffluiii»n»n5il)mi • j ' ;■:•■■■■;■■.. ■ ' ■ " " " " " " " " " " " " rnVM...;;,,,,.. " ?% " " W ' ' %, l " -JiW tk iovv;-; : )7 %U, uJ.J! ffj} Newcomb Senior Class Fannie Leonie Ochs NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA " When Fannie came to Newcomb, she learned to sew and bake. And now Fannie is an artist — she balces delicious calie. Alice Odenheimer NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA A E t; Alpha Sigma Sigma Our Student Body president before us now you see: Of etficiency and spirit she is the epitome. Class President (2); Student Body President (4); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4 1; Debating Club (1. 2, 3. 4). Presi- dent (3); Debating Council (2. 3, 4); Tulane Oratori- cal and Debating Council (2. 3. 4); Jambalaya Repre- sentative (1). Assistant Editor (3); Field Day (1. 2. 3). Captain (1); Class Basketball (2. 3), Manager (1); Varsity Baseball (1. 3); Finance Committee (3, 4); Latin Club (1. 2); Dramatic Club (1, 2. 3, 4); New- comb Ball (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Council (2. 3, 4); Win- ner J. C. Nixon Debate (2); Popularity Contest (2): Varsity Debating (2. 3); Carnot Debate (2. 3); Execu- tive Committee (2. 3, 4); Class Debating (1. 2); Uni- versity Student (4); Delegate Student Government Association (4). Elizabeth Agnes Patterson AUSTIN, TEXAS ' hat ' s the use of writing adjectives till they ' re strung out for a mile? Betty is a wonder — mind, hair, and charming smile. Dormitory Council (4); W. C. A. 11, 2, 3. 4), Alistine Phillips NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA We don ' t know much about her, but this we ' d like to say : We ' ve rarely seen such lovely eyes, so shining and so gay. y. W. C. A. (3, 4). Lynn Josephine Pitner CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE X fi AA ' hen first you hear her name you think she is a ooy; But as a precious China Child, Jo is quite a joy. Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); N. A. A, (1, 2, 3, 4). Mildred Lockwood Pool NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA X n Mildred is a jolly girl, and with a zest and pep She bosses Newcomb ' s dances and makes us watch our step. Finance Committee (3, 4); Chairman Student Body Dance (4). 42 T-- - ' .f ' . -N ' -. - iiiiiiiniiiMiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMuiit(iiuiiiiui-!iHiiHiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiinuiiiiun(iniiinnHi»!iiiu i»uiiiiiHHnuinn uwHUiiiuiuii5fflBmi™i» ' ■:■;■ ■•■■ % S aJf , .••■ ' ' %:,. f ?lHs Is ' ;;r% ' " " %. ■ - ' m- ' :: f%. 4f II. A i%.. T " " %, ' ■■• ' m ' T f Si r a ;!■ s ' ' % i ' ii«,-S - % ff 1% ■%, r%, r :;:il ' " " ' v»S!,„l.,a;S:a;3 ' - ■-.■■J Newcomb Senior Class Kathleen Pugh MOBILE, ALABAMA A chafming child ' s role she did play In Old Mother Goose Rhymes and our May Day. Eugenie Byrne Richard COVINGTON, LOUISIANA A A ri When it comes to finance, Byrne is a whizz; She ' s the able manager of all the Arcade ' s bizz. Latin Club (1. 2, 3), Secretary (3); Assistant Busi- ness Manager Arcade (3), Business Manager (4): N. A. A. (1. 2, 3, 4); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2, 3. 4); Dormitory Council. Edna Marie Rossner GRETNA, LOUISIANA There is .so much to Edna. I don ' t know ■here to stall ; But this much I will say for her: She has a kindly heart. Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3, 4). Cecilia Benjamin Slack ALEXANDRIA. LOUISIANA A 11 She may be a minister ' s daughter — thei-e ' s no doubt- ing this fact — But when it comes to an all-round .girl, you won ' t find this chile " Slack. " Y. ' W. C. A. (1. 2. 3. 4): N. A. A. (1. 2); Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (1, 2). loNE Frances Sonnemann NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA There are quite a few things she can do. so I am told. From " Fhaggy Man " at May Day to a wicked pirate bold. Josephine Elmina Thibaut NAPOLEONVILLE, LOUISIANA A A 11 Thihaut in for hapketball. Thibaut on the team: Thibaut is quite the best that we have ever seen. Y. " W. C. A. a. 2): N. A. A. fl. 2); Newcomb Ball (2. 3); " arsity Baseball (1. 2. 3); Executive Commit- tee (4 1; Student Council (4); Hockey Team (4). 43 iiiiiininiMitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii{i{iiiituttiiiiiiMiniiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiHitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiii!uiniMiiuiiiiuiiiiuutuuuuuiinHuuunuiui»iiuitn uuiisin ' Jimi:Q " - " " - «. -■ ' ' % ' . " : l- ' „„ ■■ .x.. «. .■ ■ ■■■■ t-vivi,.? V-i c. ' li ' ■■Mi ' " • ' ■!i:.,„„:,„„„i:,gi! ' ' " •V H , « ' •« ,..:, «..... v. •.. " " ' W• ' v lV . ' ■ te S ' ' S Jc -ife . tV; " " ;;. . V J% H; :rli ' ■■■■ ' ■■■■ " ..■■■■■■, " ™,S;, ' ;)5.iJ ' ' ■a ' ' " wiir-iS,, .:- v . «;fi, -wfe " ■.; ji " - ' Newcomb Senior Class Bert Gayle Thompson BOYCE, LOUISIANA A A n How doth the little Wogg-le improve each day? Bert ' s learned how to do in a sociological way. Y. " W. C. A. (1. 2, 3. 4); Dormitory Council (3, 4); " tt ' lng President Dormitory (4). Emilie Madeline Villere NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA n B I Here is a jolly person who always has a. grin; As a member ot the class we ' re mighty glad she ' s in. French Circle (1, 3, 41; N. A. A. (1, 2. 3); Glee Club (11; Dramatic Club (3, 4). Miriam Buck Watson LOCUST RIDGE, LOUISIANA Alpha Sigma Sigma When it comes to ju.st p ' ain brains, all agree she has a lot . nd therefore it ' s mo ?t amazing how well she plays the tot T. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3, 41, Vice-President (4); Blue Ridge Representative (3); Latin Club II. 2); Class Pecretary (4); House Council (4); Wing President (4); Executive Committee (4); Archery (3. 4); Hockey (4); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3, 4). Elizabeth Wilby SELMA, ALABAMA A A n Gaze on this Jamb; her li ' y hand to make it fair did bone — But the beauty she produces is nothing to her own. N. . . A (1, 2); Y. W, C. A, Publication (2. 3); May Morel Prize (3); May Day Committee (31; Hou.iie Council (3, 41; Chairman J. L,. House Committee (3, 41; Sub-Art Editor Jpmb ilaya (11; Art Editor Jam- balaya (4); Art Editor Arcade (4). 44 iiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiHiiiiiniiitiiiitininiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiHiuiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiii(iiiiiiiiiuiiii»uu;iHuui) ' ,i!HiU!iiiir.:iiwi«inuiuii5iD ' flrao V% ' : ,-. ' » ' : rn:. .:sr " ' sTlk ' " " Si " " m iJ ' ¥Ji f ' iM m ' ■ ' ' ife " Ji JJHili .••-3i! ' ;; " ' ' ' " ' " " " " " " " " :iiiiiiii " -B ' ■••■■V;S ' d f i ' t. N ewcom b s enior CI ass Rosalie Adair Wilson RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA Rosalie was a warrior in .Jinjui ' s Army fine, But there are other loles where she does also shine. French Circle (3); Cabinet (4). (3, 4); Y. W. C. Claire Marie Wogan NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA If you ' re looking for the person who always will be there, Just let me introduce you to our good ole sister Claire. Glee Club (4); N. A. A. (4). Julia Malone Wyche NEW IBERIA, LOUISIANA Prettj and brainy and practical, too; There ' s simply nothing Julia can ' t do. T. W. C. A. (2, 3); Latin Cub (1. 2); French Circle (1. 4 ); Dramatic Club (4); Debat.ng Club (3); N. A. A. (1); Glee Club (1, 2. 3); Field Day (1, 2. 3). Mary Lanier Yancy NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Her gentle face is all a-beam, her painting has a wondrous glow Like color on a bluebird ' s wings and sunliglit on the snow. French Circle (1. Junior " Water Color. 4); Glee Club (1, 4); Elaine Suzanne de Graffenreid I«ONROE, LOUISIANA . real love of knowledge — here you have a sampi? To 1922 she ' s been a wonderful example. Jessie Marco Weil ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA A E I Jessie she is nonchalant, .Tessie she is clever: She sometimes is sarcastic, but stupid she is never. p, A fk t p - - — ?ff. a X a- i iS 22 45 • ' - ■■■ " " % i:::;i!i;;wii!!iiiuMMiiinMMinniiuti»tiiinnnniii)intiiniiii tiii!iiiiii!iin:iiiiiiiii)iiiii:i!iiiii»niiniiui» Huiit)iHi)nniiiiunnu»iiH iiHiH »niisill ' flino ,. Vt.-.NM " - ' " ' ' " " ' " " " " ' Senior Class History 1]EPTEMBER, 1 9 1 8— Everything is so new! The » . , -, , 1 buildings and we freshmen are the newest things of all. S? yii ' Things seemed pretty lonesome at first, but we ' ve all got ' Mji big sisters, which helps a lot. Mine ' s a peach! December, 1 9 1 8 — I just have to laugh when I think of how those sophomores must feel. We are all crazy about our caps. They are very becoming. And what an honor it is to be the first wearers of the green! November, 1919 — Everyone is delighted because 1922 has estab- lished the wearing of the green cap as a custom at Newcomb. It is no longer a hazing stunt. November, 1 920 — Everyone seems to have liked our idea of having a wedding between the juniors and freshm;n. It went off very well indeed. May, 1921 — May Day is over, praises be! And we ' ll have a chance to breathe. I think our idea was splendid and well managed. Everybody thought we had a well-chosen court. But, goodness! will you ever forget the wild excitement of choosing? The dormitory girls entertained Ozona (Lyda Roberts) and the court at dinner; the tables were decorated with tiny Maypoles, and the whole thing was darling. December 21, 1921 — Last day before the holidays. We started the custom of having holiday chapel, and everyone proved to be very enthusiastic. January, 1922 — Senior precedence passed by Student Body. February 3. 1 922 — To ay we had our Senior Parly to the faculty. We acted the old and modern verses of Mo ' .her Goose rhymes. Jack Horner ' s pie proved to be full of " Eskimo pies " for the faculty. 46 .••■■■ ■■ ' iiii™!im»iiiMiiiii!iiiiHtfiiiHinuiiiniu!Hn:ni!niininMin!!!iii:!!w:::;:!!!!i)n!iiiriiniiv,iiiniiiinn!iuui;u! ' ■ " ■ " . ' . i iii i " " " " " " " " " ' ' ' 47 lli:!iii:i!!;r ,:i;!iM!iiii:Mi;i!i;:;! ' ,iiMnMi!nnniini!iiitMiiMiit»iiiiiiii!iiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiHnMiiiiii»»iii(n !iMi!n»iiim»M!!ilw»!HiM«i«W« " •%-. f ' . ' SS ' Jit ;S;;v; " .:;r ' ™--- " -v.- " " " -..-.u ' .-.. " ' — v ™ " " ,,,„ , ,j..._ .,„)j " ■■•■ ' " ™ " " .v.. " .v.-.v.-....«™-.-.v i:;A ' ' «..-,N-iS Ms.- eiw-s - " ,„„„v. ■•• ■ --■ ' ■■■■ -■.,1Z;T ' " „-6S(- ' ifSji, ' -■■s i ' ■■■g? J CL unior Vjiass Officers WlLMER Shields President Alice deBuys Vice-Presidenl Danelle Yates Secretary Dorothy Kohlman Treasurer Maria BoudreaUX Jambalaya Represenialive Big Sister Committee WiLMER Shields Executive Chairman Caroline Meyer Acting Chairmnu Genevra Washburn Elizabeth Sellers Lydia Schuler Katherine Price Verna Vidou May Day Committee (General) Danelle Yates, Chairman WlLMER Shields, ex-ofiicio Grace Zelnicker Dorothy Kohlman Alice deBuys 48 iiiiiiiiiniHiuinniMiiiiiiMiiiMMuiHuniiiuMti«iliii»iitinu)»iininiiiiiifflii«Hnii!niniiuii«iniiniiM«»iiUiu»i»ii»imi(Minii U!niiHliUii»n .■■ ' ■■ ' ■:: M Newcomb Junior Class Helen Fiske Aldrich, K K r . . New Orleans. La. Clpss Treasurer (2); N. A. A. (1, 2. 31. Leah L. AsCHAFFENBURG. A E . New Orleans, La. N. A. A. (1, 2. 3); History Club (1); French Circle (1, 2 3); Dr?matlc Club (1. 2). May Asbury Atlanta, Ga. Mamlolin-Guttar Club (2. 3); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3); Student Council (3). IvA Juliet Bailey Uneedus, La. Leah Eugenie Bertel New Orleans, La. Latin Club (1. 2. 3); Glee Club (2. 3); French Circle (1. 2, 3); Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3); N. A. A. (1. 2, 3). EzRENE FiSK BoucHELLE, A 11 . . . Boligee, Ala. Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3). Maria Boudreaux New Orleans, La. Fiench Circle (1, 2. 3); Latin Club (1, 2. 3); Latin Club Vice-President (3); N. A. A. (2); Glee Club (1. 2, 3); Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3); Jamba- laya Representative (3); Debating Club (1): Plays (1, 2, 3); Chapel Choir (3). Cornelia E. Brandon New Orleans, La. N. A. A. (1. 2, 3); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3); French Circle (1, 2, 3); Debating Club (2, 3); Basket- ball (1); Newcomb Ball (1); Glee Club (1, 2, 3), Vice-President (3). Mary E. Buie, A A II Ft. Necessity, La. Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3); Glee Club (1. 2); N. A. A. Rose Burgess Orange, Va. Glee Club (3). Virginia Waldo Butler, IT B I . . New Orleans, La. Class Treasurer (1); Dramatic Club (2, 3), Plays (31; Debating Club (1, 2, 3); Basketball Team (2); Chapel Monitor (2, 3). A. Marietta Byrnes Ethel, La. 49 ..■■■■ 4. A$ " :ii: ' .:!i!iittitititiniiniiiitiiMiimiiiiiiiii!iii:su:i:!ii!iiiiiniiini ' .ii::!i): ;r.;:;!! ' .;;;:;iim!i!!Hi!if»mmummuii!iii5iifflinicaiimii»miiii ' ,:!;:i ...v.ii " --- ' ' " " ..::: t ,ll •. ■ " " ' ■ Jf ;; ' % , K.,M. D ■■ " ■ ■■ " - 5s : ■■ ' -.i ■,■ " ' .■ . . •.«.- ■ fc fe ' %ic „;o{ ' j ' ■ ' ■•.■ w ' ' l v•v " " • ' ■ ' ....l•llll« ■.. „„..,. v. « " " • " ■■ " ' ' ' Newcomb Junior Class Isabel Carre, K K r New Orleans, La. Glee Club (2, 3). LuciLE Cassedy, a n . . . . Brookhaven, Miss. Y. W. C. A. (1, 2. 3); Latin Club (1); Debating Club (1, 2, 3); N. A. A. Elizabeth Fry Chase New Orleans, La. N. A, A. (1, 2. 3); lUandolin-Guitar Club (1, 2. 3) ; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 31. Mildred Elizabeth Clark, II B I . . Alexandria, La. Lena Cohn Alexandria, La. Frances Louise Comey, K A 9 . . New Orleans, La. Rose Beatrice Cosgrove .... New Orleans, La. Glee Club (3); N. A. A. (3); Debating Cub (3). French Circle (1); Latin Club (1); Debating Club (2, 3); Glee Club (2, 3); N. A. A. Elizabeth Craig, n B . . . . New Orleans, La. Basketball Team (1); Newcomb Ball Team (1); Dramatic Club (1. 2. 3); Hockey Team (31; N. A. A. (1, 2. 3); Hullabaloo Staff. Mildred Daniel, K K r Columbus, Ga. French Circle (1. 2, 3); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3). Helen Darrough, II B . . . Missouri City, Texas Alice DE Buys, II B New Orleans, La. Class Secretary (2); Class Vice-President (8); Basketball Team (1, 2); Varsity Basketball (2); Class Tennis Team (1. 3); Newcomb Ball Team (1, 2, 3); Debating Club (1. 2, 3); Summer Com- mittee (1): Serbian Committee; Dramatic Club (1, 2, 31. Play (2). Secretary (3); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Town Baseball (2); French Circle (1. 2, 3), Play (1). Vice-President (3), Finance Committee. Anna Elizabeth Dicks Natchez, Miss. N. A. A. (3); y. W. C. A. (3). 50 .4 f 4! " V if ' --i .,lf ' v ?r " v ■■■i iiiiHuiiH»iiiiiiiiiiuiMiiiiiiii;(iiiiiiiiiuiMiuiiiiiuiiiniiiiiiniiiMiiiiwiiiiiHiHHiiiiiMiiinuiiiiiiiunnHuuiuiin»uunniHUU(iuuiuiiiuiiiiuiuii5iD ' fliiii % " " :uM,„w " ' -= ' ' " ' " P:;; !iv; ' ?-..,„„.„,„„„,,„„„„„ ir ■•■-. " ' % f ' i rS ' % ' If " •% ' m " r % •••■si w %. Newcomb Junior Class Martha Louisa Dickson, A A IT . . . . Dixie, La. Kn-nrh I ' iiili. (1. l ' . :: i ; X. A. A. (I. 2. ;;i. Emily Dinwiddie New Orleans, La. Dramatic Cli.1) 3). Carmel Veronica Discon .... New Orleans, La. t ' ienth i;ircle VI. ' ■ ' ,): N. A. A. ( 1 ' , :!); I atin cUili (1. -. :!}. Presiflent (3). Emma Marie Douglass New Orleans, La. Ht ' crt-taiy Debating Club (1): Secretary Dramatic Clulj (2); Vice-President Dramatic Club (3t: Stage Manager French Circle (3); French Circe (1, 2, 3J; Dramatic Club (1, 2. 3); Debating Club (1, 2, 3) ; Glee Club (3). Ruth Dreyfous New Orleans, La. N. A. A. (1. 2, 3); Debating Club tl. 2, .1); New- comb Bali Team (1, 2. 3); Town Baseball Team (2); Class Hockey Team (3). Charlotte H. Elliott Amite, La. Glee Club (2, 3); Y. " W. C. A. (1); Newcomb- Tulane C. E. (3). Dorothy Felker, II B . . . . Indianapolis, Ind. Class Poet (2); Secretary Student Body (3); E. ;- ecutive Committee (3); Hullabaloo Staff (2, 3); Jambalaya Sub-Editor (3 . Alice Foster, K K r . . . . . New Orleans, La. N. A. A. (1. 2, 3): Y. V. C. A. (1. 2, :l). Ethel Ruby Gastrell, X n . . . New Orleans, La. Mandolin-Guitar Club (1, 2, 3); l " . W. C. A. (1, 2. 31 : N. A. A. (1. 2. 3). Josephine Hayes Gessner . . . New Orleans, La. Evelyn Ruth Gladney, K K T . . New Orleans, La. X. .A. A. (1. 2. 3): Dramatic Club (1. 2. 3); V. W. C. A. (1. 2); Captain Newcomb Ball Team (1); Class Cheer Leader (1. 3): Basketball Team (1. 2); Jambalaya Representative (2); Hockey Team (3). Fannye Gonsenheim, a E . . . New Orleans, La. Debating Club (2); French Circle (2). 51 i;!ini!ii!i!;i;;:i!!!!!i! niMiiiiMHiitiMMuitiniiMi!iiiitiini!iiuiiiiinnii;iii!iHiii(i»iii!niMi!iiiMii!;nn!!)iunur;n(iuinumiH»niuiimiuiiniiiu»sa IViVS " .!!;.!,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,! i«i«;- ' ■ ■wjj!!!! Newcomb Jumor CI ass Louis Madeline Gravois New Orleans, La. X. A. A. (1. ::. 3); French Circlo (1, 2, 3); Tulane : latheniatira] Si] :-ift -. Natalie L. Guthrie, K K r . . . New Orleans, La. N. . . A. (1. 2. 3); Glee Club (1). Dollie Grey Harrison Mobile, Ala. Latin Club (1. 2, 3); Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3); Flench Circle ID; Debating Club (1, 2, 3). MaRJORIE H. HilLMAN, I M . . . New Orleans, La. Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3), Cabinet (3), N. A. A. (1). Katharine H. Homan, X Q New Orleans, La. Debating Club (1, 2, 3); Debating Council (2, 3): Diamatic Club (2. 3); N. A. A. (1, 2. 3); J. C. Ni. on Debate (2); Interclass Debate (1); Inter- collegiate Debate (2); Debating Club Treasurer (3); Glee Club (2); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3); Man- dolin-Guitar Club (2. 3): Math. Club (3). Frances E. Hupman, II B $ New Orleans, La. N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Mandolin-Guitar Club (1, 2. 3): Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3). Fanny Dennery Kahn, A E . . New Orleans, La. N. A. A. (1. 2. 3); French Circle (1, 2, 3); De- bating Club (1, 2, 3); Latin Club (1); Dramatic Club (1. 2). Mary Evelyn Kay, I 51 New Orleans, Y. V,r. C. A. (2, 31; N. A. A. (2, 3): Debating Club (31. La. Clifford L. Kitchen, Iv A 6 . . . New Orleans, La. il ; Basket- N. A. . . (1. 2, 3); Y. W. C. A. (1. ball Team (2). Dorothy Kohlman, A E i ' New Orleans, La. Class Treasurer (3); Student Council (3). Secre- tary (3); Assistant Business Jambalaya (3); Latin Club (1, 2, 3); French Circle (1. 2. 3); Dramatic Club (1, 2. 3); N. A. A. (1. 2, 3); De- bating Club (3); French Play (2). Kathleen Koonce, K K r Columbus, Ga. Odessa R. Lastrapes, A A n . . . New Orleans, La. Tulane Mathematics Society. 52 iiiiiiiiiniMmHniMmMHiMiiiiiiiiitiiintmiuiiiiuiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiimMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitfiMiiMiiiniiiiiitnHiuinummmimiimiimimim 0i " i " " ' ' ' ' ' - ' - " " " " " ' ' " ' ' ' J! ' ' %i. " !?ff ' ■!it ' ' ' " " " ' Newcomb Junior Clasj Flora Agnes Le Blanc Houma, La. Muriel Jeanneatte Lee Baragua, Cuba French Circle (31; Latin Club 1, 2. 3). Secretary (3) ; Glee Club (1. 2. 3). Elsa Barbara Lemle, A E I ' . . . . Natchez, Miss. Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3); French Circle (1. 2, 3); N. A, A. (3); Dramatic Club Play (1). Flora Florence Levine Pine Bluff, Ark. N. A. A. (1); Latin Club (1, 2, 3); Debating- Club (1. 2. 3). Adeline Lucille Levy, A E i . . New Orleans, La. N. A. A. I 1, 2. 3); Debating Club (3); Dramatic aub (1, 2). Evelin Kahn Levy, A E I . . . . New Orleans, La. Mandolin-Guitar Club (1, 2, 3); N. A. A. (1. 2, 3): Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3). Mildred Ruth Levy New Orleans, La. Velma L. Lyons, K A O ....-,. Sulphur, La. La Vern McGee New Orleans, La. Caroline Dover Meyer Newport, Ark. Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3); N. A. A. (1, 2. 3): Chairman Little Sister Committee (3); Newcomb Ball (3); Dormitory Baseball (1, 2). Mary Victoria Mills .... Oklahoma City, Okla. Treasurer Y. W. C. A. (3); Class Basketball Manager (2); Chairman Dormitory Dance Com- mittee (3): N A. A. (1, 2. 31; Mandolin-Guitar Club (1. 2. 3); Glee Club (1, 2. 3). Irma R. Moses, A E New Orleans, La. Dramatic Club (1, 2. 3). Play (1); French Circle (1, 2). 53 i:!!iii!iiiiii ' ,:!ii!i:i;;;::: ;uiHiiiiutiiniiuiuiuiiiiMiiiiiii)iiiim;iHmiHi(ii)iiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiniuir.;!iunu!nuum!Ui!Hniiiiiiffluuinui!UiEiB?.mim!immra ..::A " ' " ™- ' ■: ' ,U ' . ' ?.- ' . ' . ' " i:,-.. :ii,oi " " " ,... .«„„.,„,„....v,.-v-„„«w... . " ' kS;«; " ' - ;- - ■ " ■■ " " " ' ■■j ir ' - ' - r? i 5-.v -tf .T.:a.. " fc- i. ttfil „,„, S. tfA; ' : _ ' -■■■ v4j, ,«j;55f ,,5,;§,., ,4, ,S5t!lt ■.■. ' •;•,; ' ■ Newcomb Junior Class Marjorie May Moss, K K r , . . New Orleans, La. Newcomb Ball Team 13); Hockey Team (3); Mandolin-Guitar Club (1, 2, 3); N. A. A. (1. 2, 3); Dramatic Club (1, 2, 3). Caroline Sophie Mulhearn Monroe, La. Sarah Cooper Nabors, A A n ... Mansfield, La. Y. " W. C. A. (3); Assistant Business Manager Newcomb Arcade (3). SlMONE Netter, a E ■! Fayette, Miss. Bert McVea Newell, X n . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. Class Secretary (1); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Field Day Blue Ribbon (1, 2). Louise Newton, X 12 Jackson, Miss. Debating Club (1, 2. 3); Y. AV. C. A. (1. 2. 3); N. A. A. U, 2); Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3). LuciLE Nickerson, K K r Lafayette, La. Eleanor M. O ' Shee, K A 9 . . . . Alexandria. La. Glee Club (1, 2, 3); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Y. V. C. A. (3); Dormitory Dance Committee (3). Myrtle A. Pujol New Orleans, La. Glee Club (3); Newcomb Ball (3); N. A. A. (3). Ida Anna Riordan New Orleans, La. N " . A. A. (3); Tuiane Mathematical Society (3). Edna Rosalynde Riseman Opelousas, La. Newcomb Ball (1. 3); Debatintr Club (1, 2. 3 ; Latin Club (1, 2, 3); History Club (1); Glee Club (2); Dramatic Club (1, 2). Mary Randolph Roberts, K K r . . Alexandria, La. Glee Club (3); Dormitory Council (3): Chapel Choir (3). 54 .J-- y - y I Mfe ' 5- W iliiniiniiiiiiiiMiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimuiuuiiiiimuniiuiiuiimiiMiiiiiiwiimmwiiiiifiinMiMiniiHii!iiiiiiunnmm»mi»wn»aiiummHiium»ra ' !tIli:iv.VAV.V.-. ' «,„«i .•siK ' " ' - ' " ' ' „„,„ ,•.«! " " " ' ' » " " " " ' " " " " " " ' " " " i-.mv v..„„ ,.„ ....;■■ ' . " " .isV :v-.i.. ' ' -- ' ,;; ' .„„„, V , -...XZ ' " ' ' ' . . ' ivV ' sA ' S ;;;; ' N. cwcom b Junior Class Sybil Rodick, M New Orleans, La. Carrie Gillis Rogers. A A n . . . . Franklin, La. Y. W. C. A. (1. 21; Dramatic Club (1. - ' I; N. A. A. (1, 2). Josephine Perry Roy, A A II ... Marksville, La. V. W. C. X. (1, 2, 3); French Circle (3). Georgie Rayne Russ New Orleans, La. V. W. C. A. (1. 3); Latin Club (1, 3); Interclass Debating (2). Bertha Scheuermann, K A 9 . New Orleans, La. N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Y. W. C. A. (2, 3): Dramatic Club t2). Lydia M. Schuler, K A 6 New Orleans, La. Basketball (1. 2), Captain (1); Varsity (1. 2); Glee Club (1); Dramatic Club (1, 2); French Circle (1. 2); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2. 3), Cabinet (3); Class President i2): Student Body Treasurer (3); Student Council (2, 3); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3). Edna Seeliger New Orleans, La. Elizabeth Sellers, K A 6 Glee Club Board (3); (3); Dramatic Club (1 Y. W. C. A. (1, 2). New Orleans, La Ai-cade Ellencr Owen Shannon, K A 8 . Mi aeon, Mh Y. V. C. A. il, 2, 3). Cabinet (3); N. A. A. (1. 2. 3); Student Council (2); House Council (2, 3). Treasui-er (2); Fire Chiet ' (3); Newconib Bali Team (2. 3). Captain (3); Tennis Team (2. 3); Varsity Tennis (2); Dormitory Baseball (1, 2); Varsity (1, 2). WiLMER Shields, n B I New Orleans, La. Basketball (1, 2); Class ' ice-President (2); Sec- retary Student Body (2); Ni- ' con Debate Prize (2); Varsity Team (2); Class President (3); Finance Committee (3); French Play (1); Debating Coun- cil (1. 3); N. A. A. (1, 2. 3); Debating Club (1, 2, 3); Dramatic Club (1. 2. 3); French Circle (1. 2, 3): Latin Club (1, 2, 3); Class Cheer Leader (2). Rebecca C. Schwartz, E $ Doris Simon French Circle (3); N. A. A. (1. 2, (1. 2, 3). New Orleans, La New Orleans, La 3) ; Latin Club 55 iiiiiiini»iniiiiiiiMiiniiinfiniiiuii(ni»iintuniii)uiniiiMiiiiHiiiiiiimiiiiiiiMuiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiii«iiiMiiH)u»inr.n»!iif»wiiiH»ru!H!Wi«iin»imiSffl " Psft ■re-. «, o S " ... „;?i jimii swiw» " ' -w«.wuii ' »im.u«uitv..-i V ' ft ' %e rtft ii ' :» .•? .4 %. v,s. ' .nyh " " .■• if " • ' ♦ii vaV .- ' ti;! Newcomb Junior Class Edwa Stewart, II B i New Orleans, La. N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); T. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3), Cabinet (3); Dramatic Club (1. 2. 3); Di-amatic Club Plav (2); French Circle (1. 2. 3); Debating Club II, 2, 3). Suzanne Trawick, A A n . . . . New Orleans, La. Valerie Verna Vidou New Orleans, La. Genevra Washburn, A II Monroe, La. JI:in(Iolin-Guitar Club (1, 2, 3); Glee Club (1. 2, 3), I ' rcsident (3); Dormitory Council (1): De- bating Council (1. 3); Y, W. C. A. (1. 2. 3), ' Cabinet (2, 3); Serbian Committee (1. 2, 3); Class Vice-President (1); Sub-Editor Jambalaya (3); Field Day (2); Executive Committee (3): N. A. A. (1. 2); Latin Club (1); Dramatic Club (1, 2). Elizabeth Washington, X il . . . New Orleans, La. Basketball (1, 2); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2. 3); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Newcomb Ball (2). Edna Louise White, K A . . . New Orleans, La. Jlandolin-Guitar Club (1. 2. 3); Glee Club U. 2. 3). Danelle Yates, M Macon, Miss. History Club (1): Y. W. C. A. (1. 2. 3); N. A. A. (1, 2, 3); Cass Secretary (3); Hullabaloo Staft (3). Grace A. Zelnicker, A E Mobile, Ala. Jambalaya Representative (1): Assistant Art Ed- itor (3). 56 ■•■,■ . ■- ' ' % ■■J iiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiutiiiiuiiiHniiuiiiiiHiiiiiimiiiiiniiiMiiwnmiiiiiiMiiiiMiiHiiiuiiniinuiniummiiiiiHuuuniiiuimmiimmui .-■wrjvjv 0; " . ' yy " ' M,,,,,„,„,,,,Mp :«, iSJi ' ' - ., „.., .„, ■ " ' ' ifK .f ftw ' Juniors Not m Panels Marion BrEHM New Orleans, La. Carmen DelgadO New Orleans, La. French Circle (1. 2, 3). VlVIA DE Milt New Orleans, La. y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3). Esther Virginia Donaldson New Orleans, La. Glee Club (3) ; N. A. A. (3). Marion McKenzie Font New Orleans, La. Dramatic Club (3). Gertrude Emma Forshac ' . New Orleans, La. Evelyn A. Goodwin Mabel Lewis Hawthorne Alexandria, La. Zelda Elizabeth Huckins New Orleans, La. Glee Club ( 1). Merle Johnson Alexandria, La. House Council (1). Stella Morse Leche New Orleans, La. Glee Club (1. L ): French Circle (2); Y. W. C. A. (3); Fitkl Day (1). Selby Noel Mayfield New Orleans, La. Alma Nachman Montgomery, Ala. Mary Renaud Owen New Orleans, La. Marcelle Peret New Orleans, La. Adele Belden Prize in Art. Lillian Polk Shreveport, La. Sub-Editor Arcade. Katherine Price New Orleans, La. Grace Quinette New Orleans, La. Mandolin-Guitar Club (1. 2, 3). Anna Louise Stille Many, La. Glee Club (3); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3). Anceline Eager Tucker Jackson, Miss. Sub-Editor Arcade (2. 3); Secretary Debating Club (2); Debating Council (2, 3). Beverly Warner Vallas New Orleans, La. Sarah Elizabeth Wakeman New Orleans, La. Julia Clara Zoeller New Orleans, La. 57 jf— .■■;■ " ■ ■■■■ :V ' -- ■■ ' • ' " tli ' ' " ki ' ' ■■:... iiiiiiuiiHMitiwniiniiiniiiMiiiiiMttniutuinnnntiuiMiMiiin»iHiiiimiiii»iiiMiiiMiruniinii(iiniiinuintHiMiii! uiinHUis!nniiuiwmiiiU)iunsni it icQtiiii C 5 ' ' ii " ' ...n,„intn w « " " -w " " " " " " " ' i uu.v- .•J inWJl-A. :;■■.• -■• ' ■ ' V. :..« «ll«vvl M ' ■ " " " " " , ■•■ ' " ' " .•AM%xv.v Junior Class Poem My mind has been a-seeking For something to be speaking About this good old Class of 23; And I ' ve only been a-finding Praises that are blinding And qualities as good as good can be. Madame Fortune ' s leaning. And I ' m not good at screening The fact that she ' s a-leaning this here way; And the gifts that she ' s bestowing. And the conquests that are growing. Seem to shine a little brighter every day. Now, I don ' t mean to be boasting. And. sure, I ' m not a-roasting The other classes snooping ' round about; But I just mean to be telling, Without loud shouts and yelling, That ' 23 ' s the best without a doubt. Now we don ' t go round a-struttin ' . And we aren ' t proud, that ' s suttin ' , And we ' re not a-saying that there ' s only " we. " Oh, we don ' t mean to be boasting, We ' re simply here a-loasting To the fellows in old 1923. Marjie Moss. 58 itimiiianuutiiiiiiiiiinftfiiiiuHtttitinuiuntiiiiiMiinniinnuttuiiimMihtiiHUiiitiniiiimn ' -. .. ■ ' ■ ' ' ' ii.. " , " ir ' - " " ' ' ' ■■■ " " " ■■■ ' ••,,,,,,,:,,.,,,,,r;gi ¥ ...-M - „„„.„.v.,.»v,.v..-. • ' ... " v.„„. ..v„,, ;„ ' " - ' f -lifSu ' " A. ««•» •■• ;,S ' 192 59 ..- ■••, ■ ' " ' .- ' " " % ,-v- ' )iiittMiniMi!iiHiiiniiiiiiif(HnnumntnnuumimuiHiiinn uiMini!i!miiuiiniiiiiaii!im Sophomore Class Poem Oh, who is the star in the class room and gym; Is full of ' Vitality, wigor and wim, " And makes things go with a boom and a bim? The Soph! Who is the girl that makes living worth while? With the head of a woman and heart of a child — She weeps when you weep and smiles when you smile. The Soph! Who has it, will keep it, and won ' t lose her pep? Who walks on the chalk-line and watches her step? Who ' s never yet failed to live up to her " rep " ? The Soph! Who will accomplish whatever she ' ll start? Who ' ll be " on the job " to attend to her part? Who ' d die for old Newcomb with all of her heart? The Soph! Florence S. Brown, ' 24. 60 ,a ' .. • . r,.f- : : .- ,.„._ : .• ..II " -..: ,-■ .-« " ■■■..■ -i ' ' ■ j-iT ■ ' ii,i,ii,ii,i,,i,ii,ii,i,,,,,,,ii,,iii,,,,,,,„i,,,,,,,,,„,,i,,,,,,,i„i„„i„i„i„,,wii,„miiiiiiiiiuMmiminiiim»m«Hi» %■ im fe;- ™.:.... .„ - " " " -• ' " ' " ' " " • " " ' ■■ :.„ „ , „ „„„„„.,iSK;sf cl4, ' Ne " wcoinb Sopnomore Class Officers Perrine Dixon President Ula MlLNER Vice-President Arthemise Goertz Secretary Lucille Reed Treasurer Anna Wooten Jamhala a Representative Members Florence Abaunza, K K l New Orleans, La. Nellie L. Britton, K A . New Orleans, La. Glee Club (1, a). Charlotte Adams, n B . New Orleans, La. _ i n »■ . ■ xr . . ,, o» T , .. ,, „ bertha Louise Brown . . New Or eans. La. N. A. A. (1, 2); Debating (1, 2). Sub-Editor of ArcacU ' . Louise Adams, A n . . . Alexandria, La. Florence Brown. M . . New Orleans, La. y. A. A. (1, 2); Basketball (1). LuclLE AlcUS, a E ! . . New Orleans. La. Leah G. Burpee. j M . . Montgomery. Ala. ., _ ,_, ... N ' . A. A. (2); y. W. C. A. (1. 2). Mai C. Alexander West. Miss. Leona Cahn New Orleans, La. Myrtis Alford, K a G . . McComb, Miss. Olive Marie Carriere . . New Orleans. La. N l .r. .. .-.,.....- r D.nn.- M r 1» I Dramatic Club (1); French Circle (2); Marguerite O. Barre . . New Orleans, La. j p, ,2 , l „ „ , Bail Team (2); N. A. A. (1. 2). Margaret Bellinger . . New Orleans, La. »,,.«. Elizabeth Carson, K K T . Natchez. Miss. Florida E. Bethea, A n. Birmingham, Ala. Lucile Cherbonnier .... Gretna. La. Glee Club (2). _ „ „, , Louise Church .... New Orleans, La. Eleanor Blatterman . . . Shreveport. La. Debating Club (1. 2); Dormitory Coun- cil (1); Y. W. C. A. (2); Glee Club (2); MiLDRED ClaRKE. II B . . Alexandria, La. C. E. (2). Dorothy Blewett .... Citronelle, Ala. " " Clopten .... New Orleans, La. Amelia Ruth Blumer . . Moss Point. Miss. luma Cohen New Orleans, La. Dramatic Club (1); Latin Club (1, 2); N. A. A. (1, 2); Debating Club (2). Lota E. Blythe. A II . . . Orange, Cal. Eveline Connell .... Clarksdale, Miss. Mary E. Bolten, A II . . Alexandria, La. ,, ,v. „ „ , x, , i M. W. COUPLAND, K Iv r . New Orleans, La. N. A. A. (1. 2); Captain of Hockey Elizabeth Boone, K K r. Corpus Christi, Tex. Team. Dormitory Council (2); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2); Mandolin-Guitar Club (2l; N. A. A. IrMA CoUSINS New Orleans. La. (2); Hockey Club (2). Haydee Brickell ... New Orleans, La. EuZABETH Davis, X fi . .New Orleans, La. „ , .„ ,„ . N. A. A. (1. 2); Glee Club (1. 2): Xew- Hockey Team 2) ; N. A. A. (1. 2); B ,, ,j ,, Basketball II). irench Circle (1. 2); Dramatic Club r- -...-.. l- ,-. .,„ M - l I (1); Latin Club (1); Glee Club (1). Carmen Delcado .... New Orleans. La. 61 iiiiiiiiMUHiiiiHiiiiniMii(iii(iHi(iH)utninHniMmiiitiHiMii iiiitiiiiiii(ii(iiiiHHi»inniiniiii»iinMinii«iniii«iuuiiiinmiH»ni»iii m nnvii«n» ■ ssas Mc Z " " " : ' " " " " ' " !i ■ ' ■■■ " " ■■■■■•■■ .v.-,... " ' ' " :; :;:|| (:J|% . f iVi roD) : Abaunza, Adams, L. Adams, Alexander, Bethea, Blatterman, Blumer Second row: Blythe, Bolton, Boone, Brickell, Britton, B. Brown, F. Brown, Third row : Cahn, Carson, Carriers, Clopten, Church. Cohen, Connell. Fourth row: Alford, Cherbonnier, Coupland, Cousins, Davis, Dixon, Dow. Fifth rom : Downing, Egan, A. S. Ellis, E. Ellis, M. Ellis, Ferguson, Foster. Sixth row: Fox, Gainsburgh, Gelbke, Gessel, Giles, Godelfer, Gordan. Seventh row : Gueymard, Hain, Hardesty, Harrell, Harris, Hartson, Hawkins. Eighth row: Heard. Hicks, Jacoby, Johnson, Kaufman, Kell, Keller. 62 .:.? " ■•■■ ' ' f i -:: iiiiiiinniniiiiMniiiinnMiiHMiiiiiMnuiaiMiiMUHuiMiMnutiHinniM!iiimiiuiiiiiiniiiiinin(n{iiMtiiiiiuyiunnuinii»muuHiiiiHiim»iii MUM5iQ micatiitHi . iS ' »i J 1;;::;;: ' " ip!: ' ir w{:h. f i: , fW " if r § Perrine Dixon, n B . New Orleans, La. Class President (1, 2): Newcomb liall Team (1); Chapel Committee (1. 2); Executive Committee (1, 2). Marion Dow. X Q . . . New Orleans, La. French Circle (1. 2). Play ll); Gh-e Club (1, 2); N. A. A. (1. 2). Mary Hall Downing . . . Maysville, Ky. Y. W. C. A. (1, 21. Marie Elise Dupuy . . . New Orleans, La. Mary Easterling .... BeaumonI, Texas Felice Egan New Orleans, La. Annie S. Ellis, A II . . New Orleans, La. Ellia R. Ellis, I M . . . . Quincy, Fla. Y. W. C. A. (1, 2); N. A. A. (1, 2); Glee Club (2). Maud A. Ellis, K A . . . . Amite, La. Basketball Team (1); Dramatic Club (1, 2); N. A. A. (1, 2); Y. W. C. A. 1. 2). Frances Ferguson, n B I . . Monroe, La. Y. " W. C. A. (1, 2); N. A. A. (1. 2). Alice Marie Ferrata . . New Orleans, La. Catherine M. Fitzpatrick. New Orleans, La. Sarah Foster Franklin, La. Debating Club (2). Jennie Mack Fox .... Columbus, Ohio Ruth GainsbURGH . . . New Orleans, La. Ethelyn Gelbke Grelna, La. Merle Frances Gesell New Orleans, La. French Circle (i, 2); Debating Club (1, 2); Dramatic Club (2); Debating Coun- cil (2): Interclass Debate (1). Ethel Giles, X J Adeline, La. N. ,A. A. ll, 2); French Circle (2). Florence R. Gilpin . . . Charleston, Mass. Lucille A. Godelfer . . New Orleans, La. sfuwy ' " " " " " " " " " ' 0 ARTHEMISE A. Goertz . . New Orleans, La. Debating Council (1. 2); IntcrclaHs De- bates (1); Debating Club (1, 2); Hecrc- tary ol ' Class (2); ,Socrctary Debating Club (2); Sub-Editor of Arcade. Winnie Davis Gordan . Ocala, Fla. Margaret G. Green . . Bay St. Louis, Miss. Marguerite M. Gueymard . . Carville, La. Glee Club (2); Dramatic Club (2). Ethel Hain, A A 11 .... Selma, Ala. Glee Club (21; N. A. A. (1, 2); New- comb Choir (2); Y. W. C. A. (1. 21. Amelia F. Hardesty . . New Orleans, La. Dramatic Club (1. 2); Debating Club (1, 2). Almabelle Harrell, K a O . McComb, Miss. Latin Club (2); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2); N, A. A. (1, 2). Elizabeth P. Harris . . New Orleans, La. Serbian Committee (1, 2); Glee Club (1, 2); N. A. A. (1. 2); Treasurer Latin Club (2); French Circle (1. 2). Lillian V. Hartson . . New Orleans, La. Glee Club (1); Latin Club (1. 21; French Circle (1, 2); Debating Club (1, 2)-; N. A. A. (1, 2). Mary C. Hawkins, 1 M pUJge. Viaden, Miss. Florence A. Hayne Boyce, La. Louisiana B. Heard, K K I ' .New Orleans, La. Shirley M. Heichelheim . . Jennings, La. Prize in Music Sight Reading (11; Glee Club (1, 2). Martha Lemay Hicks, X Q . Vicksburg, Miss. Y. W. C. A. (1, 2); Debating Club (2). Lucille Jacoby Newellton, La. Alice D. Joffrion, A A II . Alexandria, La. Bessie Johnson, K K V . New Orleans, La. Sylvia D. Kaufman . . . Alexandria, La. .. ■,.: iiiiiiiiiniMiiiMnMMiiiiiiMiiHuii»iiiiHi«i»nmiuiiitiiuMn«HiiiiMmm«Hmnii»HinHiiHifHiiiinMii«»n»i»H« iimiiSiiuiiu»mTOitiuiiun5nismicoin ii»i -. i; " " .i:i-:.,r.-.-.-.. -- .,.-;-:.:; ■ ' %. 0 SS K |. ;:.;: " ;-; " S.-Av..,„,.v.,::„„,.v.,......™.« " » " " - " " " ,t„ " - ■■« ' • ,ii4., , ' ' Sis •.-.-? Firsi roll; ; Kernan, Kitchen, Kraft, La Croix, Lanphier, Lester. Second row ; Levi, Levy, Livaudais, Martinez, McAleer, McCraney, McKnicht. Third roll! : MiLNER, Morgan, Morrison, Newell, Newman, Palfrey, Pease. Fourth roni : Phillips, Points, Priestley, Reed, Reeves, Richards, Ross. Fifth ron .• RoussEL, RowsEY, Russ, St. Martin, Saunders, Sheeley, Simpson. Sixth row : Slack, Sprague, Stagg, Stewart, Stich, Stankovitch, Steifvater. Seventh row: Story, Sullivan, Talmage, Tankersley, Uhry, Thomas, Ujffy. Eighth roTD : Veith, Watkins. Weston, Wexler, White, Wilzin, Wooten. 64 .• " ■ .. ' ..■ ' iinniinHHMUMMiMiiiiiiiiiMMniunuMt»iMnnniiniiiitiiMiiHiiiiiiMiiiiimiiuiiiitiiMiiinuiiinniiHiuiuunuiuuuiiiinuiuH(nuuni uuinuiu i5iB))miciiuiiiu u tiiniiin| „„,m;;.™.,i ,0. ' " ' " ' ' ' - " li " --.m, ,,,■■.■. s--, ' iv.„3:i ,„„ ,,,,,v.v. " . " " " " " " ' - " " " ' " " " ' " ' ' " ' " " " ' " " « ' " .™,,,,„,„, ..,„„ .,.,„„......,„,„,. .-M ' - , ■ ' (.x ■■«v;... ' iv,., •;, ' ■ iV.fc , ®S ' ' » = ' ' ,,.-,„.-.v...... " ..i.r..v.„„,„,„.,., " ' . ' .liiittif ' hA -a " ■■; ; Elizabeth K.ell Tallulah. La. Ula Milner, II H ' I . . New Orleani, La. y. W f. .v. (1); Gloe Club (2); N. N. A. A, (1, 2); Fi-cni:li iWvvM: U, 2); j . DebatInK Club (1, 2); BaakiHball Man- ager (1); Basketball Tfi ' am (Ij; Varnlty (1); Debating Counnll f2); ClaBH Vi ;e- Bertha Belle Keller .... Slldell, La. President (2). Miriam Kernan, X H . . New Orleans, La. EpsEY Bowdre Morgan, X !i. Hernando, Miss. Debating Club (1); Fi-ench Chc-li- (1. 21: Glee Club (1. 2): Student Ciiuii- oii (2). Georgia H. Morrison, . () II . Selma, Ala. y. W. C. A. (1. 2); Glee f.Mub (1, 2). M RY Kitchen, K A O . New Orleans, La. N. A. A. (1. 2); Glee Club (2). MaRY KirK NeweLL .... Newellton, La. Y. W. C. A. (1, 2); N. A. A. (1. 2). Helen Jean Koerner . . New Orleans, La. Glee Club (2); N. A. A. (1, 2). VIRGINIA L. New.MAN, A E I .New Orleans, La. Sub-Editor Arcade (2): Hullabaloo Staff (2); Cla.«!s Tennis Team (2); N. C .RLOTTA M. Kraft . . . New Orleans, La. a. a. (1. 2); Glee Club (1, 2). Sub-Editor Arcade (2): Glee Club (1. 2); Secretary Frencb Circle (2); N. ,A. A. (1, 2); Latin Club (1. 2). Vera PalFREY, X Q .... Franklin, La. Louise Teal LaCroix .... Colfax, La. Helen R. L. Pease, X 9. Memphis, Tenn. Y. W. C. A. (1, 2); N. A. A. (1. 2); Frencb Circle (2). May R. Lanphier, I J[ New Orleans, La. Basketball (1); N. A. A. (1. 2); Y. W. , jj o tt tj . I l I J I C. A. (1, 2). Secietary (21; Glee Club LiLAH M. PHILLIPS, IT B I . . Lakeland, La. (1, 2). Y. W. C. A. (I. 2); Glee Club (2|; N. A. A. (2). Lady Margaret Lester . New Orleans, La. Marie Lucile Points . . New Orleans, La. Debating- Club (1, 2); Dramatic Club Louise Levi New Orleans, La. (l. 2); Latin Club (1. 2); French Cir- cle (21. Flora Levy Lafa,yette, La. Gillian Graham Polk . . . Shreveport, La. Madeleine Livaudais, X fi . New Orleans, La. Annola B. Priestley. X «. Yazoo City, Miss. Glee Club (12); N. A A. (1 21. cap- Basketball (1); Newcomb Ball (11; tain Newcomb Ball Team (1) Basket- _,.,,_ ' . _ ,, t i -t ■ V- 1, 1 vT „ ™v. -D- n , - enni-.- Field Day Captam (1); Individual Win- ball (1) Newcomb Ball ( ). hopno- tt.- , i t-. ,ni r ,- , , -,■, t more Tennis Team (2); French Cir- ner F.oW Day. 21 . Glee Cub (1,; ,. Andrea Martinez, .V O IT New Orleans, La. Lucille L. Reed, X fi . . New Orleans, La. Basketball (1); Debating Club (1, 2); French Circle (2); Class Secretary (1); Ruth McAlEER Mobile, Ala. Class Treasurer (2); Serbian Commit- Isabel Mae McCraney . . . Roseland, La. Phillis E. Reeves, X fi . New Orleans. La. Glee Club (1, 2); N. A. A. (1. 21. Anna Laura McDonald . New Orleans, La. Marie C. ReuTHER . . . New Orleans, La. Elizabeth H. McKnight . . . Colfax, La. Sybil RodiCK, M . . . New Orleans, La. Gladys Lucil McVay Mathilde H. Ross, X fi . New Orleans, La. Amanda Miller .... Hot Springs, Ark. Q,gg (,, 2). French Circle (i, 2). 65 iiiiiiniiiiMiiiiiMUMHinMMMiiiiumuniuuHinnuuiMiunimHiiiiithuiiiitiiiiiMiiniiniiiniininiiMitiiiiiiiitiiuuiHifiumitHiiuiuwwutiuiiuii g;i::::: ■■■-- ■«- ' ■■•- V ..V 4j;;-- ;.ftv. ■■-■■ c ' S:i- v. 4 ■-: J,J=- ..IvV.-f. " " " " " " " " ' " " ' ■ " " " . v„., „ 8S;» si %=- i ■ " ■;■:.- M-,.. , ■■• " ■•™-.....v.-.v.-. .,v.-.v.M. s ■ ■■■;:.;|,:j ffS. S-vft.-Sv ■ ' VfSs! ' sv yft..i. «,v.,,.., ,,. ,., .,,. •■■•;:« V; ' -. v-i vt A. Virginia Ross . Basketball (1); Varsity Baseball (1); Town Baseball (1); Newcomb Ball (1. 21; Hockey (2); Glee Club (1): N. A. A. (1. 2); Freshman Relay Team (1). Marie E. Roussel, IT H ] . New Orleans, La. Glee Club (21; Diamatie Club (1. 2). New Orleans, La. MiLLiCENT B. Story . ... Shreveporl. La, Margaret E. Rowsey, ! ' JM , Mli . aurel, IVIiss Glee Club (2); N. A. A. (2); Y. W. C. A. (2). Fannie Fayne Russ New Orleans, La. IsoBEL St, Martin , , . New Orleans, La, Glee Club (1): N. A. A. (1, 2). Evelyn Sartorius . Viclcsburg, Miss. Alice W. Saunders, IT B l .New Orleans, La. Glee Club (1, 2); French Circle (1). Eleanor Sheeley, X . . Gulfport, Miss. X. A. A. (1); Y. W. C. A. (1). Mary C. Simpson Smithvllle, Ga. Dramatic Club (1). Emily Slack, A IT Alexandria, La. Yvonne Anne Sonneman . New Orleans, La. Secretary N. A. A. (2); Captain New- comb Ball Team (2); Captain Basket- ball (11; Varsity Basketball (1); Var- sity Baseball (1). Chastine Spracue, II B Louisville, Ky. Glee Club (1, 2); Dramatic Club (1, 2). Mary Roselind Stagg Rayne, La Mary Stewart Memphis, Tenn. Erma B. Stich, a E ' I ' . . New Orleans, La. .Sub-Editor Arcade. Leposava Stankovitch . . Belgrade, Serbia y. W. C. A. (1, 2); Debating Club (2); Chairman Freshinan-,Sopliomore Drag. Helen Steifvater , New Orleans, La, Mary Cecile Sullivan New Orleans, La, Agnes Philomene Swan . New Orleans, La. K. Talmace, K a e . . . New Orleans, La. t;lie Club (1. 2); Hockey Team (2). Alice Tankersley, A A n. Monlgomery, Ala. Y. W. C. A. (2); Glee Club 2). K. A. Thomas, K K T . . New Orleans, La. N. A. A. (2); Y. W. C. A. (2); French Circle (1). Marie Uhry New Orleans, La. Elise Ujffy, II . . . New Orleans, La. Glee Club (1. 2); Y, W. C. A. (21; N. A. A. (1, 2); Debating Club (2). Virginia Veith Carrie A. Vinyard New Orleans, La. Ponchatoula, La. Lynella Watkins, K K T . . Minden, La. Glee Club (1); Y. W. C. A. (1, 21; N. A. A. (1, 2). Dorothy L. Weston, A O II . Loglown, Miss. Class Vice-President (1); Mandolin- Guitar Club (2); N. A. A. (1, 2); French Circle (1); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2). MathILDE Lisso Wexler Alexandria, La, Manie H. White. . O II . Alexandria, La. Y. W. C. A. (1. 2); N. A. A. (1, 2). Mae Yvonne Wilzin . . New Orleans, La. Sophia Wolfe .... New Orleans, La. EoLA C. WoOLLEY . . . New Orleans, La. Anna Lee Wooten, IT B . . Monroe, La. Dormitory Council (2) ; French Circle (1); Glee Club (2); Jambalava Repre- sentative (2); Y. W. C. A. (1. 2). 66 iiiiiiii»iMiiininiiMiHMiiMiiMiHiiiiiiMiHnininiiniiiMMiiiiiti:iiiiii«imiiiniiiMitiiMiii:nin(!iinii)uiiiuHui»iiuiiifn)iHnuuiiiiiiimuiiiiuiuMSfflsm " ■■ " .V.vSl .• i ' iV ' . ' ' . " .1 " " ii " .Utn,innti,inUUl ii .,... ..„. ....-.-- ' " — ..„.., .„.„, .,.,„...„.. .-Mij m n Ut i g a 8 8 B 1 C b • 3 I, . i B i b reEsiriEN 67 iiiinmHii«UHiiiMmiiiiiMniniui»uuuinuiiiumH»iniuiuniuimmiimiiuiii!MiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiuiiiiuiHunuimHnimH«uuuiiuiimmii!u»uii5ffl ....-:A " " " " ' : ' J The Freshman Class We ' re freshmen — yes! And we ' re proud of it! We ' re green as can be — there ' s no doubt of it! Tho ' we ' re not bright. We will get there ail right! For we freshmen have pep — and we ' re proud of it! Yes, we ' re proud to be freshmen — and proud to be green- For there ' s much to be learned — and so much to be seen. We are eager to learn, And for knowledge we yearn — We freshmen the seniors call green! Oh, seniors are wonderfully wise — that we know — And juniors, sweet thmgs, are quite learned also; Of the sophs, it were well That this pen should not tell — But the freshmen are cleverest, you know! We ' re freshmen — yes — and we ' re proud of it! We ' re not ver|y wise — there ' s no doubt of it! But when of pep there is need, Who of all take the lead The freshmen. They never are out of it! K. B. 66 v = y ! ' ' yj ' ,-v ' v) v . ' V ■;0? ' V .■• ' " " •■ ' 4 . : - - ' ■.■■; ' . iiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiMnuniniiiiiiiiMiiumuunnHnin»«iMMiinn«Miiiiii«(miiiiiHiiiiinnniiHiiiiniiuin»i«i»iiimimuinnw»!(iH«imM«iiiu»un5fflflmirat!iH N e vconi b Freskman Class Officers Helen Elizabeth Hughes PrcsiJcnl Mary Smith Vkc-PresiJcnl Edith Gilbert Bradley Secretary Beatrice Adams Treasurer Marion H. Thompson Jambala a Rcpresenlalive Members Beatrice Adams . . New Orleans, La. Newcomb Ball; N. A. A.; Class Vice- President. Elizabeth W. Aldrich . New Orleans, La. Aline Norma Allmont New Orleans, La. Odessa Babin Houma, La. Kathryn Barincer . . Rosalie Barksdale . . Viola May Barlow . . Virginia Barlow . . . Debating Council Leona M. Barrier . . Ernestine Bass . . . Oneita Beauchamp Gertrude Beecham . . Ursula Bernstein . . Elizabeth H. Black New Orleans, La. Jackson, M155. Blossom, Texas . New Orleans, La. Y. W. C. A. Port Arthur, Texas New Orleans, La. Blossom, Texas New Orleans, La. . New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Freshman Hockey Team; N. A. A. Elizabeth Blaine . . . New Orleans, La. Nellie N. Bloodworth . New Orleans, La. Mary E. Bonvillain .... Houma, La. Edith Gilbert Bradley . New Orleans, La. Class Secretary; Dramatic Club; N. A. A. MoLLiE Brook Mobile, Ala. Lula Effinger Brown New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Debating Club; Latin Club. Helen Buoyles Palestine, Texas Elizabeth Mary Buck . New Orleans, La. Mary Easton Buck . . Independence, La. Lyndall Bullock .... .Shreveport, La. Muriel Joy Burdine .... Amory, Miss. Mandolin-Guitar Club; N. A. A. WlLUE BUSSELL . . Mary Louise Caffery LeNoir City, La. New Orleans, La. French Circle; Glee Club; Newcomb Ball Team. Rebecca Calderwood . . Calderwood, Tenn. Johnnie Belle Canter . . . Vinton, La. Huston Carre N. A. A.; Hockey. New Orleans, La. Newcomb Ball Team; Bess Carledge Clarksdale, Miss. Rose Catherine Caruso . New Orleans, La. Mary Chaffe Minden, La. Helen M. Christenberry . New Orleans, La. Tennis Team; Latin Club; Debating Club; N. A. A. Mary Louise Coleman . DcROTHY Collins . . Unionlown, Ala. New Orleans, La. Latin Club; Dramatic Club; Hockey Team; Newcomb Ball Team; Debating Club. Annie G. Covington . . Hazelhurst, Miss. Y. W. C. A.; N. A. A.; Glee Club. Emiue Barksdale Craig New Orleans, La. N. A. A.; Debating Club, Sydney Crawford . . . New Orleans, La. Cherry Blanche Davis . New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Latin Club; Debating Club. Miriam Davis Shreveport, La. Maxine de Buys New Orleans, La. Student Council; Tennis Team; New- comb Ball Team; Mandolin-Guitar Club ; N. A. . . ; French Circle. Veronica de la Houssage . New Orleans, La. 69 ■ ' ' ' s ' •- ■-■■; ' " iiiiiiiiiiiiintiiiiiiiiiiiintiiniiinintiniuinitnnnwiitiitiniit»iiiniHMiiiiiuiiiiintiMiiMiiuiininiiiuu!uuiiiii nmu»Miwni(fUuiitmiii ii»ii5iil) ■.T::;- " t.-::,.j,, „ji, v. ' First row : Adams. Aldrich, AUtmont, Babin. Second row : Ba ringer, Barksdale, Barlow. Barrier, Bass, Beauchamp, Bernstein. Black, Blaine. Third row; Blood worth, Bon villain, Bradley. Brook. Brown. Buoyles. Burdine. Bussell. Caffery. Fourth row: Calderwood, Canter, Carre, Carledge. Caruso, Chaff e. Christenberry. Coleman, Collins. Fifth row: Covington. Craig, Crawford. C. Davis, M. Davis, de Buys, de la Houssage, Dinwiddie, Dodds. Sixth Row: Dorman, Dunbar, du Quasnay, Kvans, Farns ortb. I- ' ergusou, Fitzner, Fitzpatrick. Forgottson. Seventh row : Forsyth, Friedman, Fredericks, Garic. Gates. Gerson, Goldstein, Goldson, Gomila. Eig-htb 10 w : Gonzalez. Goodman. Goodwin, Gordan. Grahm, Gregory, Gueno, Guthrio. A. Gwin. I. Gwin. Ninth row : Hanley. Hansen. Harris, Hebard. Hepting, Hirsch, Hohendurg, Hohn, Hopkins. Tenth ro : Hughes, Hunter, Jay, A. T. .Tohnson. S. .Johnsin, Keesler, Kehoe, Kemp, Kemper. 70 s.o ' a;; Z- W ii " v ,!r--- ' i;:iHiin»MiuiMiiiiiiiiiiHiniiiiiuniuti»nHifiiiiuiiiHniiiiniiii(iiiiniiiiiiiiiuiniiiii!iiiininni!iiiniiiiM«iuur. ' ,! ' ,nnnHH«uuiiunmiuiiiuii»n5n!aini!;0(ii 0 ' . ' jl ' .T ' ' ' ' " - ' " " ' ' " " " " ' ' ' ' p ?SN?t? s! !! ' ' " ™ " ' Worth Dinwiddle M !RY Louise Dodds M RiE Eda Dollionde •S ' ,Ju .MvM ' li ' New Orleans, La. , Gulfporl, Miss. Independence, La. Justine Dorman Baslrop, La. Mary Blanche Douglas . , . Dixie, La. Ruth Dreyfous .... New Orleans, La. Adele DunB !R .... New Orleans, La. Constance du Quesnay New Orleans, La. French Circle. Nellie Elliott .... Santa Monica, Cal. Hazel Ellis Quincy, Fla. Lillian Evans Shuqualak, La. Anne Farnsworth . . . New Orleans, La. Newcomb Ball Team. Katherine Ferguson . Robbie Leigh Fitzner . Clara Fitzpatrick . . M iRY Elizabeth Floyd Renai R. Forgotston Katherine Forsyth Emma Adele Frere . . . (3 lee Club; . W. C. A Meridian, Miss. Moss Point. Mies. New Orleans, La. New Orleans. La. Gonzales, Texas Esmont, Va. Franklin, La. Belle Friedman New Orleans, La. Eugenie M. Fredericks New Orleans, La. N. A. A. ; Glee Club. Blanche Gaffnery New Orleans, La. MarceLLE GarIC .... New Orleans, La. N. .A. A.: French Cii ' cle. Freda Garritt .... New Orleans, La. Amoret Gates Franklin, La. Grace Gebelin Garyville, La. Laura F. Geiser . . Rosemary Gerson Dorothy Gibbons Clara Belle Girard . Fannie May Gildman New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans. La. Lafayette, La. Morgan City, La. ,. ,:-..7Z ' .,y,f " " ■ " - " fSi ' " - ' - ' y Irma J. Goldstein Crowley, La. Margaret Goldson .... Bessemer, La. Catherine Gomila . . . New Orleans, La. N. A. A. Juanita Gonzalez . . , New Orleans, La. Dramatic I ' lub; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. Margaret Goodman . . . New Orleans, La. N. A. A. Josephine A. Goodwin , New Orleans, La. BernICE Gordan .... Lake Charles, La. Margaret Neill Graham . New Orleans, La. Dramatic Club; Debatinf4: Club. Dora Greenlaw .... New Orleans, La. Angela Gregory . . i New Orleans, La. Debating Club; Dramatic dub; Chapel Choir; Serbian Committee; Glee Club, Sarah Wenonah Gueno . . Crowley, La. Olive Guthrie Bastrop, La. Anna Gwin Lexington, Miss. Irene Gwin Lexington, Miss. Dorothy Hainer .... McComb, Miss. Elsie Hall Hanley .... Atlanta, Ga. I ebatiny Club. Ollivene Hansen .... Audubon, Iowa Dramatic Club. Ernestine Hardner . . . Alexandria, La. Lucie E. Harris El Paso, Texas Dramatic Club; N. A. A. Frances Hebard .... New Orleans, La. French Circle; Debating Club. Mildred U. Hepting . . McDonoghville. La. T.atin Club; N. A. A.; L ebatinK (;iub. Helen Highfell Retan, Mo. Carolyn Hohenberg . . . Wetumpka, Ala. Edith Barnes Hohn . . New Orleans, La. Miriam Hopkins .... New Orleans, La. X. A. A.: Debating Club. Elizabeth Hughes . . . New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Mandolin-Guitar Club; Ten- nig Team; X. A. A.; Dramatic Club. Helen Elizabeth Hughes . Shreveport, La. Class President; Student Council; Dra- matic Club; N. A. A,: Dormitory Dance Committee. 71 i::iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!;k: :;:t!!:;!!i;::ii:;; ' ;::: !iiiiii!ii(iiiiii!iiifi;!i: ' !;ii!!tii!iii!r,ii!iii!;;v,::; ' .!!!(nmmnmiiiiuimisiDflinicnmmmmiimiiiii % " .. . .«-. ■« .- : . . S " p. " " s ' M HlV..v. ' .-.: a S5 »T VJ1 ' ». S .K| . iC ' 7 First row: Kohlman, Laney, le Gardeur, Legier, C Levy, E. Levy. Second row: Lewis. Livaudais. Lobrano. Loeb, Madison, Marcrum, McLeod, Meyers. Third row: Miltenberger. Minsky, Mintz, Monroe, Montgomery, Moore, Morton. Moseley, Murpliy. Fourtli row: Murrah. Negers. Norman. O ' Neill. Owen. Pannill, Patsel, Perkins. Fifth row: Peteet, Pfeifer, Pharr, Pilkingrton. Polmer. Raphiel. Reynolds. Sixth row: Ridge way, Richter, M. Roberts, O. Roberts, Roes, Roumaine, Rourke. Seventh row: Roy. St. Martin, Saunders, Stone. Stephens. Stein, Soniat. Eighth row: P. Smith. M. Smith, Seago, Schreiber, Scharff, Savant, Streuffer, Subat. Ninth row: l. Tliompson. W. Thompson, TiDotson, Turner, Uhry. Unger. Voorhies. Wiley, Williams. Tenth row : M ' insburg, Wischan, Wise. Womack. Wood, Woodville, Woodward, Yenni, Yonack. 72 fW " J ' .•• " " " ' .■■■■■• ll!IIIIIHIIIIIIMIHIIlllMllllinMIUtltniUUlMltll»liHIHHUIIIHII|llll|ll((llimuilllltlllllilMUIlll»lliniUHIUIUIIUlUUIIlUli«UU( llU««IUIIIlUIUtlSiD ' flmiCnillli!iHlSil (j ' iSiSK g- - ' «i «! ' .ivii .. V ; ' ;:■ ? • M. ' i ' S t. Si ' itff.A ' -- ' ' ' ■ i-yASiit ' ' - ' - ' ji- ' Marv Ellen Hunter . . New Orleans, La. Gleo Club. Carolyn C. Hyatt Dramatic (. ' lul.i; Club. New Orleans, La. Dubiitlns ' Club; Uleo New Orleans, La. Lessie Jay .... Dramalic Club; N. A. A.; DeballiiK Club; French Club; Y. " W. C. A.; Archery. Alice Toy Johnson . . . McComb, Miss. Stella Bostic Johnson . . . Sylvester, Ga. Latin Club. Thelma Johnson Tallulah, La. B. Margaret Jones .... Lecompte, La. Georgette Joubert . . . New Orleans, La. Helen Kaufman .... New Orleans, La. IsaBELLE p. Keesler . . Greenwood. Miss. X. A. .v. Ethel Kehoe New Orleans, La. Roselyn Kemp Hazelhurst, Mis;. Margaret Kemper .... Centerville. La. Edwina Kohlman . . . New Orleans, La. Dramatic Club; Debating- Club; N. Eleanor B. Kohlmeyer N. A. A. New Orleans, La Ruth Landecker .... Si. Louis, Mo. Ella Laney Columbus, Ga. Aline Lazard New Orleans, La. Evelyn LeGardeur . . . New Orleans, La. N. A. A. Lucille Legier .... New Orleans, La. Constance Levy Lafayelle, La. Edith Elise Levy . . . New Orleans, La. N. A. A.; Glee Club; Debating Club. Dorothy Marie Lewis . . New Orleans, La. N. A. A.; Debating Club; Frencli Circle. Bertha Lischoff Adele Livaudais . N. A. A. ; Deba Club. Catherine R. Lively . . N. A. A. New Orleans, La. . New Orleans, La. Club; Dramatic . Bogalusa. La. 73 JacINITA Lobrana . . . New Orleans, La. Janice Loeb New Orleans, La. Gertrude Madison Bastrop, La. Elsa Manson New Orleans, La. Frances Marcrum N. A. A. Daisy McCarthy Camille McClintoch Beth McLeod . . . Columbus, Ga. y. " W. c. A. . New Orleans, La. Belgoric, Miss. New Orleans, La. Selma Meyer Lake Charles, La. Pauline Meyerinc . . . New Orleans, La. Cora MiltENBERGER . . . New Orleans, La. N. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Debating Club. Geraldine Minskt Rayville, La. Bessie Mintz Dallas, Texas Bessie Monroe .... New Orleans, La. Mildred Montgomery . . Vicksburg, Miss. Marietta Louise Moore . . . Monroe, La. Marshal Morton Rome, Ga. Esther Belle Mosely . . . Arcadia, La. Minnie Murphy .... Alexandria, La. Elizabeth B. Murrah Emma Sue Neeyers San Antonio, Texas . Pine Bluff. Ohio Katherine Linsay Negers . Greenville, Miss. C. Opal Norman Laurel, Miss. N. A. A.; Tennis Team; Hockey Team. Kathleen O ' Brien . LuciLE Ogden . . Morgan City, La. Crowley, La. Y. W. C. A. Nora O ' Niell Franklin, La. Janice Ovven Alexandria, La. Mandolin-Guitar Club; Glee Club. Margaret Pannill New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Debating Club; Y. W. C. A.; " Winner of Freshman Dancing Contest. Freda Pastermack Feriday, La. Mary E. Patsel Roanoke. Va. lUiiiiiiiiiMiiiMnMniiiniMiiiiututtiuiiiHinniintiiMiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiitiMitiifiuitiniiiiiiiiniiniiiHiiiiMiuiHiHiiiitiuiitinnmttHUUiuiumiiiiuiiuiisiii inicauiini ' WM.:.».v.vAv Af«-.v.- ' --- ' i ' ::.-V. ' . ' ' ' « ' «L ' ' ' " ii« ' (Hjf " " ' ' .■ ' ■■■„:., „.„. ..,.. ,„„,S " ' Sii %i% ' V .: Almena Perkins Red Fish, La. Glee Club. Mary Perkins .... Ba,y Si. Louis, Miss. Mary Charlotte Peteet . Greenwood, Miss. Y. W. C. .. . M RION PfeIFER .... New Orleans, La. Dramatic Club; Debating Club; Glee Club; N. A. A. Mary Elizabeth Pharr . . . Bewick, La. Dramatic Club; Debating Club; N. . . . . Marie PilkINCTON . . . New Orleans, La. EsTELLE POLMER Schriever, La. Charlotte Price . . . New Orleans. La. Lou Andre Raphiel CampI, La. Mildred Reptinc . . McDonoughville, La. Hilda Reid New Orleans, La. Ruth ReinaUER .... Lake Charles, La. Elton Reynolds .... New Orleans, La. Martha Ridgeway .... Elkton, Tenn. Ethel Aline Richter . , New Orleans, La. Dramatic Club: Fre.shman Clieei- I.eaiUr. Marion Robbins Clarksville, Texas Louise B. Roberts .... Alexandria, La. Glee Club; Manrtolin-Guitar Cluh. Margaret C. Roberts . . Charlotte, N. C. Glee Club; N. A. A.; HocUey. Olive Roberts Minden, La. Bertha Roes Morgan Cily, La. Manette Roes Morgan Cily, La. Annie Laurie Roumaine . New Orleans, La. Margaret Rourke . . . New Orleans, La. Rose Roy New Orleans, La. Ruth St. Martin . . . New Orleans, La. Mandolin-Guitar Club; Y. W. C. A.; N, A. A.; Debating Club; Hockey. Natalie Saunders . . . New Orleans, La. Beatrice Savant Whiteville, La. Janice ScharFF .... New Orleans, La. Sylvia Schreiber .... Macksville, La. Georgia M. Seago . . . New Orleans, La. N. A. A.; Mandolin-Guitar Club. Ruth Simon New Orleans, La. Dramatic Club; Newcomb Ball Team; N. A. A.; Debating Club. Alice L. Sims Columbus, Ga. AiLEEN Smith Tchula, Miss. Mary Smith Alexandria, La. Elizabeth Penelope Smith . Monroe, La. Elise Lydia Soniat . . . New Orleans, La. Latin Club; N. A. A. Mabel Stein Marshall, Texas Miriam Ann Stephens . . Pikeville, Tenn. Lisbeth Stone .... New Orleans, La. Yetty Streuffer . . . New Orleans, La. Euola Marie Subat . . New Orleans, La. N. A. A. Marion H. Tho.mpson . . New Orleans, La. Jambalaya Representative: Glee Club: Mandolin-Guitar Club. ' innifred S. Thompson . New Orleans, La. Glee Club; N. A. A. Lorraine Tillotson Gretna, La. Nancy Jane Turner . . New Orleans, La. Dramatic Club; Debating Club. Alice Traybern Pittsburg, Texas Marjorie Uhry .... Beaumont, Texas Reila Unger Biloxi, Miss. Nancy Van Hook . . . New Orleans, La. Mary Margaret Voorhies Lafayette, La. Floy Watson Hamburg, Ark. Nara Wiley Minden, La. Delia Gunby Williams . . Columbus, Ga. Ednie Wimberley Arcadia, La. Stella Winsberg .... Thiboudaux, La. Lucille Wischan . . . New Orleans, La. Fannie Wise Yazoo City, Miss. Edna WomacK . Sulphur Springs, Texas Letitia Wood Brunswick, Miss. Fannie Woodville . . . New Orleans, La. Gertrude Woodward . New Orleans, La. N. A. A.; Debating Club. KiNTA Yenni New Orleans, La. Gle» Club; French Circle. Hilda Lois Youack .... Dallas, Texas Glee Club. 74 iiiniiiiiii»i)iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiii(iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiHiiiiiiimniwi«iiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiifinMiinintii»»Mi»iiM " iiiMii» " ii»Hiw»iiii " »in5iii ' fl ■::mi: 5- " ; . ' !C..-.v.-.--i ' . V- ' - " ' !f " - ' - " " " - ' inn„ufunt ' ii " P ■jAfi ' ( ' ' ' " ■ ' ■ ' ' ' ..--lt ' « ' .JHlV, ' ,V.- »Mlv.iw " " " " " " {i;5 ffii ' ihff ' -i-j Av ,-i„ . ' Sau ' A ' :• « ' ■•■ ' , -.-i. -• ■ ' -:; ' . •»; t i ' iiiv-!),, ■■ ' .■■J. ' , " j Z.- ■ ' -■- ' .Z:, T ' " • " ' « ' • ■ 3; ■ ' ' .■ ' 75 );:;ttnniiHitiinnnittnifMHHUMuuuiuuTHiniiutniHin)nnHiiniiM{iiiHMiutiit)iiiiinn!uiinnii)inuniu;inuiiuMitnuHnHHunni % ' " " 7 " ' C , .v,»..»™.. 113 jf 76 sf ' - ' .■■■■■ X , v? ' ■■ . sfv jf-- ' " ■ iiiiiiiiiiHMiuMnMiiiiiniiiMiiHiuiiiniiiiiiiuiiniiiiiiMiiiiintuiiiiiiin{iiiiiiiiuiiii)inniiiinii(iiiiiiMiiiiMintiiiui!Uuniw iiiHinMui»w ,. _ ,. , -VIvV. ' . ' , ' !:.. M " " " " ' - " " " - ' i " -nm n i«jS %. Wfe- te -- st..„„,„„„,„,.,,„.„,,„ ■,.;.„■■■ - ' ; " ;; " ' " " ; " ; ' ;;; " " " - ■■ " " v.™ „„:„;„,.v.v,„.™ ...-.. " -. «%;;|i rfk.4fiaMf -•■•-■.•.v..- p;... %- ' ; sfWi,,,- ' ' ? " ■%,. XW -Si. J iS ' " " ' ' ' ' ' ■ ' ' • MiX ' % n f f ' " %i ■■■■:$ Ne wcomb Fraternities Acaaemic Pi Beta Phi Phi Mu Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Delta Pi Chi Omega Alpha Epsilon Phi Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Alpha Theta Honorary Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Sigma Sigma 77 lllltllllMllllllllMIIIIIIMIIIIIMMMUMniniHIMI(niillilUllllllinHlinilimillilllUllfll(iMnilllllll(llllUlll l!»(UlUllU! Ulllll!iHUUMIUI!WIUIlllUlU!ISiD ' flmiM . ' - " . . ' ■■ ' ■ " % • ' , ,--- . ' -iV v.-i -- ' p ■= ' ' ' ' ' First row: May, H. Butler, Wooten, Ferguson, Shields, Kidd. Second row: Dymond, F. Felker, Villere, Murrell, Hay, Roussel. Third row : Spracue, V. Butler, Clark, Bass. Darrouc h, de Buys. Fourth row: D. Felker. Hupman, Stewart, Craig, Adams, Phillips. Fifth row: Saunders, Dixon, Milner. 78 . i ' c- .4-- ' mmtm mm • mmm mm m m w m v T %::; ' - . S ' ' iSrS ' ' ' " ' » ' " Pi Beta Pki Founded April 28, 1867 Louisiana Alpka Ckapter of Pi Beta Phi Established 1891 JuANiTA Bass Hattie Butler Helen Dymond Virginia Butler Mildred Clark Elizabeth Craig Charlotte Adams Frances Ferguson LiLAH Phillips Seniors Pharos Felker Marjorie Hay Margery Kidd Juniors Helen Darrough Alice de Buys Dorothy Felker Sophomores Alice Saunders Perrine Dixon Anna Wooten Postgraduate CoRiNE Hopkins Amelie May Gwin Murrel Madeline Villere Frances Hupman Edwa Stewart Wilmer Shields Ula Milner Elise Roussel Chastine Sprague 79 ii::;::::;::it!;;ii;iiH;;;::::;:::::::::::-:::::;;;;:!:tiii!::iii!ii:;i: " V ■■ ' :iiii!ii ' ;;:;::!:i»i!i!)i»i!n!!»{iu!!!!i!n ' ,i!!iiu!!!! ' .n;iui;:v,!;! ' .u;;!iii iiwiuiiiiuiuiisiiisraicoiin iiiimiiiiiiiiil ■ " " " ■-■.va,„.,.., „„.. .„ .Vir-.-T " . ■ ■ " ■ " ' • " ' ■■n:im»iit. s ; -i ' .V.-- " " - S= firs; ron); Si ACK, Washburn. Brown. Second row : Cassedy, Bouchelle, Third rom : Lyon. Martinez. Morgan. Fourth roD) ; Morrison. Weston. Fifth rov : Adams. Elus. Bethea. Sixth roll! : BoLTON, White. Blythe. Slack. 80 if iiiinuii»aiiniiiiMimiiiiiiMiiMuiiuiiu iiUMiiimiiHiiiiiiitmiiiiimuii«miuiniiiniiiiiMiiniuiiiuuiuuiiun»uuiimimuui iunmminuimra ' " " " • ' ■•■ " •.■.y .it , . wMn . _,; W.«l W - .t Jtv ! ' 1 ( ' Alpha Oinicron Pi Founded 1897 Pi Cnapter of Alpha Omicron Pi Established 1898 Seniors Beulah Brown Maia Morgan Margaret Lyon Cecilia Slack Juniors LuciLE Casse y Andrea Martinez Ezrene Bouchelle Genevra Washburn Sophomores Louise Adams Emily Slack Mary Bolten Georgia Morrison Betty Bethea Annie Stuart Ellis Lota Blythe Dorothy Weston Manie White 81 ■ ' 3r liiiiiiiiiuniiiiiinHiiiiii(iftiiiMHU»iiiM nHnn»»iii»inini iiiiiiiii«i(iiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii|{i!iiuiiiniiiHt»iui;uiu nniu»uunii (iwmiH!UiU!iSfflsmiCQiil " ' " .-.-..-.mv.-. " - " ' ' Hk;, ? ?t lySf ' " " " " ' " " " " " " ' ■ ' ' W.-.V.S ' ' ' ' ?» S» ' " iff ' ' ' • ' FiVsf roni ; Lamkin, M. Newell, Pool. Second row : Ross, Dow, Hicks, Livaudais, Palfrey. Third row : Dow, Pease, Priestley, Reed. Fourth row: Kernan, de Pass, Homan, Morgan, B. Newell Fifth row: Sheeley, Gastrel, Pitner, Newton. Sixth row : Washington, Giles, Johnson, Davis, Reeves. 82 ..sr-v iiiiiiiiiiwinnMinMiiiiniiMnuiiiiiMni(iHniniiiiuiiiuiiiiiintiiininimMniHuiiiitiiiiiiMiuitMiniiiiiwHuniiii i!!iiinsnminufUitniitmi)iiuiniisni ' j " " ■■ " --■ " ■ " ■ ' • " -■.■. i:j?5 %;;• ' ■ ' ■ w- ' ' - ' ...WTft " ' " " ' " " ' " ' " " ' ' " " " " " " ' ' ■ ' " •wi b !if " SW ' Wfc ■•■•;vSi " Vir ' s- iXi Cki Omega Founded 1895 Rho Chapter oi Cni Omega Established 1900 Marguerite Dow Mabel de Pass Seniors Elinor Johnson Marjorie Lamkin Marjorie Newell Josephine Pitner Mildred Pool Juniors Ethel Gastrel Katherine Homan Louise Newton Bert Newell Elizabeth Washington Betty Davis Ethel Giles Miriam Kernan Epsey Morgan Helen Pease Phyllis Reeves Mathilde Ross Sophomores Marion Dow Martha Hicks Madeleine Livaudais Vera Palfrey Annola Priestley Lucille Reed Eleanon Sheeley 83 iiiiiiMiiUH tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiintutuiintiiuuiiniuiiiHiniuiiiiiiuiiimuii»itMHinniiiiiiHiniiniiiitii!iuunui uuuMnHUUutMinnwiuiin Munsni3iini£QUimtm . i i ■s ;g; fe ill:-:: W.... M ' ■ «« ■f ■■;;;f " % ' " ' |% ' %« ' j . 4 ,„„ ..jjvj , ;,;;. • ; : :;ii " " ™,»i„,, . .s-ovvi ift First row ; EwiN, Kearney, Flaspoller, Kemper, East. Second rorv : Milling, Gladney, Stratton, Aldrich, Nickerson. Third row : Roberts, Koonce, Heard, Johnson, Guthrie, Fourth row: Boone, Watkins. Moss, Daniel, Foster. Fifth row : Carson, Carre, Coupland, Thomas, Abaunza. 84 t ifif ' --. •■■ ,r ' -- ' iiiiiiiHniHiiiiininiMiiiiMiMMniuiiuiiuiinniiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiimiiniiiiuiuwiuiunniiiiiiuiiniiiitiiMtuiiMituuiiiiniiiuuf(iinniwiiii iiun5m»micaiiiiiiim . !} ' ) ' . ' ' ' , ' " ' ' ■ " " " . 1 1 » (y ( , . ( ( , „ , 1 u C ii ■■A.,M -S:-i«--,j?,v ■•« ' .•.■.■.«;=;.. ..„.„„ „i... v. ,v,v..,A..« ' ™ ' .-. " ■■■•■ " •.•.•.,„.,„„,„. ,„. ... , , ' i;f,- « r kWf ' l .■£ ' ...■n:,..,: ' , ;,., ,,„;:9, ,v ' ' ' iif " ■ " ! ' ' ' " 1% " " W ' " % ' i«i!9W ' " " W VfiA- ■■ ' ••• 1 : : :;|3r ' ' ' i.»,L,;3igS5 ' Kappa Kappa Gamma Founded 1870 Beta Omicron Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma Eslablished 1904 Seniors Maud Kemper Dixie Milling Estelle Flaspoller Mae East Nell Kearney Adair Ewin Juniors Margie Moss Isabel Carre Natalie Guthrie Evelyn Gladney Alice Foster Kathleen Koonce Helen Aldrich Mildred Daniel Mary Roberts LuciLE Nickerson Althea Wuerpel Sophomores Margaret Copeland Kitty Thomas Lynella Watkins Bessie Johnson Florence Abaunza Louisiana Heard Ki i7ABtTH Boone Elizabeth Carson Postgraduate Flora Stratton 80 »---. : iiiiiiiHii»i»(iHMMnniii»iiii!iHi»HMii»iiiwiMi»iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiii«;iiiiwi!iiiMiiiiiii!i(iiMiiiiuii«iinui iii ui!nH«iuufu iiimiuitiiitiniiOTflWi5 §1 " . : ii:M ! fi ' iv ji ■ ' ' •■ ' First roll); Hatch, Kuss, Covington, Kav. Second roro : Yates, Hillman, Rodick. Third row: Lanphier, Ujffy, Covington, Ellis. Fourth row : Brown, Rowsey. 86 iiiiiiutiwniitHUMniiiiiiiinMUMiiitnui»iMninHtinMnniu»iiiniiiMitiimiiiMiiitininiiii)iiMiiiiiinuiiMH!M!tiiiiniinwwiU(iuinitmiiiutiunsni»inicm jj8! ' . " " ' - " - " " " ' " " ' " . ' • ««J!i ■.•.•;•■■! ' ;» ' -Kf ' ,?. ' ' ' i " :: :::± ' XS " ' - ' :;:0 1% :;; V " ' ' ' ' ' «..»,L,SiS£ ' . ' ' 5 ' „„..,...■ " ' " Pki Mu Founded 1852 Delta Chapter of Phi Mu Established 1906 Seniors Dorothy Covington Esther Kuss Mary Hatch Pat Murphy Frances Davenport Juniors HiLDEGARDE HiLLMAN SyBIL RoDlCK Mary Evelyn Kay Danelle Yates Florence Brown Leah Burpee Sophomores Elia Ellis May Lanphier Freshman Anne George Covington Margaret Rowsey Elise Ujffy 87 ' " If ii!iiiiiiiiiiui;!iiiMiniiiiiiiiinMiuiiuiuiiiiMnmiiiiiiuii iumiiiuiummi«iiHniiM!Miiiiii!iiiiiuuiiniiHiuiii»nmii!ninwHmu ' .::v ■l ' - " ' !f ' " i!i.::tiif,. . •■•:! ' it ■ : ■.■ ' ' ' -,; - ■ " " i,. -ffiJs ' Firsl roll); Thompson, Ham, Lvle, Wilby. Second row : RjCHARD, Thibaut, Nabors. Third roB) ; BuiE, Hain. Tankersley, Dickson. Fourth row : Blaine, Traywick, Roy, Rogers, Lastrapes. iiiiiiiHniHiiniuntiHiiiiiinMHMui»nininuiiiii»iii»iiiMin»iiuiiii!!!iiiiiiiiiwiiii»iininin(iniiHiiiiiuiuiuniiunifnH« UH{UMnwiuii!iuiUM5ffl ' flmiCD»iiuii»« i-S ' .v.. -■ ' ;■■■ ■■- ' .V.Sl-il.V.H! ,;,,.- ' _,.... ,..,...-. ' ■ ' :- ' ? v ( ' ■:■:■■■■• ' ; -; ...v..?.:- ■life - ' ft; ' ■Jl; Aivj ' i ' Sa 1 " f ' wl .01 ' ,- ' ' ' - ' " " - " " ' -!if. ' „„i„...„ -f .- ' !i r- ■-- -- " - - " " %af hfhr.£ W " " % ' " W T ' ! ' % ■■0B: " -i f " %. Alpka Delta Pi Founded 1851 Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi Established 1906 Seniors Elmina Thibaut Byrne Richard Elizabeth Wiley Dorothy Lyle Bert Thompson Juniors Mattie Dickson Elizabeth Blaine Odessa Lastrapes Suzanne Traywick Sarah Nabors GoLDiE Ham Mary Buie Carrie Rogers Josephine Roy Sophomores Ethel Hain Minerva Frith Alice T nkersley 89 i:;iiiiiniiniiiiiiMi!!:!;:;Kn:i; " ;iu:n!nrM!nMiiu;:iiiHiui!n«!:iniH!i!i;i:i!:;i:i!iiii!iiinii ' .i!iiiiiiiiii! ' a!iuu!nr,uiutHUii«uuiiiiuMwi»iiiUM«nsiB " " ■• " " ■ ■■v.-, „ v.-ni-.-aiuruii,.:»v..fcv „„..,,.. .,. " " ' " ' ■ - ' ' = ' -iiViiJ .4tW ' ' l ' tSj JV ' f iVif Ron) — A. Lew, Moses, Stich, E. Lew Second Roui — Newman, Leipziger, Lemle, Schwartz Third Rom — Netter, Zelnicker, Odenheimer, Kohlman Fourth Ron) — M.Levy, Dreyfuss, Kahn, Gonsenheim Fifih Roni — Goldsmith, Aschaffenburg, C. Kohlman, Moses 90 ■ if-: ' ■ " •=■ iiiimnniMMiHnnniiiiiiiHinniuMMMiuiniiwntniiiiinMiiiiiiiiiiiMiimmiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiuitiuiiumuuumHutuufiiitimwuiiuuiii ' K ' «,ss : ' ' ' " f. S!ii ff ' - ' - ' Ji- ' ■ ' ' • " • «, ,:«fe ...i ' S,-, «4. -.wit ■ -■■■:- ' i ' ■■.■fi ' -M,-, ■••lilt. Alpka Epsilon Pki Founded at Bernard College Epsnon Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Phi Established 1916 Frances Dreyfous Helene Goldsmith Seniors Clem Kohlman Eleanor Leipziger Irma Moses Alice Odenheimer Jessie Weil Leah Aschaffenburg Fannie Gonsenheim Fannie Kahn Dorothy Kohlman Elsa Lemle Evelyn Levy Juniors Adeline Levy Mildred Levy Irma R. Moses SiMONE Netter Rebecca Schwartz Grace Zelnicker Sophomores Virginia Newman Erma Stich 91 iiiiiiiniwiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiMif(iiitiiiiiiiiiiiitinui(tiiHitiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiimiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;iiiiiMiinnHiiinuiiii»iuifiU!mui[ni»imMHiin iiunsnismiMi!i»!ii»m %■;; " " " ssr ' ' " " iii " " " f iVs( row ; Bate, Christian, Le Blanc, Magruder. Second roll) : Hardwick, Alford, Ellis. Third ron : Sellers, O ' Shee, C. Kitchen, White. Fourth rom : Britton, Lyons, Scheuermann, Harrell. Shannon, M. Kitchen, Comey. Fifth roa : Schuler, Talmage. 92 iinHiin«MiiiiiiiHHitiiiiiMiiiMiuiiuM»niiuMiuuuiHiniiu iiii;iiiimiiinHiiiiiHHHiiiiiiu(ininiiiinnnunuuunui)iumuunuuimmiiHi uuiisffl ' M dk fe ' - ' Si V. .■• " " " ' " ■■■■ ' " ■ «.»., „„ -.-Mjd rl . Kappa Alpka Tketa Founded 1870 Alpha Pni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta Established 1914 Seniors Muriel Bate Mildred Christian EVERALL HaRDWICK Eleanor LeBlanc Julia Mae Macruder Juniors Frances Comey Clifford Kitchen Eleanor O ' Shee Bertha Sheuermann Lydia Schuler Elizabeth. Sellers Eleanor Shannon Edna Louise White Sophomores Myrtis Alford Nellie Britton Maud Ellis Anna Belle Harrell Mary Kitchen Katharine Talmace Pledge Tipton Mullins ff " - ' } " v iiiiHiniiiMiiiiiiiiMiiiniiiiiiiinHiiitiini iiiiniiiiiiiiiHiiiiiu iiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiuiiii(iiiiniiiiiiiiiHiniiinnHUiniiuiniiui!niii»uuiuuuHm«i» H»nOTflmiraiMm t .,;, ' ■V. P " : " . ' ■r ' ' ' • ' ■ v ■ " ' Si • ' %. ' ' ■ - " » " " -ja l - ' ' »« ' ' ' ' ' ' » ' ■■ « rfiT-i;: Fi ' rsf row; Kuss, Kearney, Hay, Odenheimer, Watson. Second row : MosEs, Newell, Christian, Goddard, Lyon, Lewis. Alpha Sigma Sigma Members Mildred G. Christian Miriam Watson Julia Goddard Marjorie Hay Marjorie Newell Esther Kuss Clara Lewis Margaret Lyon Irma Moses Nell Kearney Alice Odenheimer Alpha Sigma Sigma is an honorary senior society organized to promote a greater public spirit and a finer feeling of fellowship in the college. 94 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiu»iiHiuiiiniiiiiuinniiiiiuHiiiiii!!!m!rai!!ii!;»iinniiiuii«iiuinniiiiuiiuu»»uinn)m»u{iiuiuuHHi» .■-CM ifllM ' f! ' ' )i?- " " ■■.«„.„„„, , , %v muv f ' ■ ' ' ' ! ' ,, ' «««--- ' " i;-v ii:i! ' ' 0v: ' " ' y " " - " " ' " " ' .. " JS ' .■ :- s J? • .. t ;. 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Lewis Maud Kemper Melen Hughes Wilmer Shields Elmira Thibaut Edith Ellsworth Mae Asbury Esther Kuss Katherine Price Miriam Kernain Lydia Schuler Maxine de Buys 96 iiiiHHnwi(iiniwMiiiiiiiiiMniuiiMunnnnninHiuiiiMMiiiiiuHiniiiiiiiiimuHniitiiiiniiiuiiiiniiiniiiiniuu!r MUUintHuuuuuHi!Wiiiil!iuiu!isiD ' m :7- . A " ; ifl cl ' iflf L% ' ; ' ' ' ' ' ' - ' » ' - ' - 0-m ' " " " " ' - " " ' ii " I " " « " VJS ■ ■:■:,■■ : f% ' i ' ' !:-. i ?i. iill " ' ' i!i ■■; ' ' .i,r ..:; » .rl. ' ' ' !=. ' %. i%,. ■ ' ' ■ ' ■ ' ..ZjSiS.S:. 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Bernstein Virginia Barlow E. Blatterman Betty Bonvillain Cornelia Brandon Edith Bradley H. Brickell Dorothy Blewett Berthe Louise Brown Florence Brown Lula Brown Virginia Butler Olive Carriers J. B. Canter LuciLE Cassedy H. Christenberry Mildred Christian Bluma Cohen Dorothy Collins F. COMEY E. Craig Cherry Davis Alice de Buys Maxine de Buys Worth Dinwiddle Perrine Dixon Mary Louise Dodds Marion Dow Members Emma Douglas R. Dreyfous Maud Ellis Gladys Encler M. E. Floyd Sarah Foster Alma Fredericks K. Gerson Merle Gesell J. Gonzalez Angela Gregory Margaret Graham Marguerite Gueymard Sarah Guina Ethel Hain E. Hanley Elizabeth Harris D. G. Harrison Amelia Hardesty Lillian Hartson Frances Hebard Martha Hicks M:riam Hopkins Carolyn Hyatt Less ' e I ay M. E. Kay Elizabeth Kell Dorothy Kohlman Edwina Kohlman Cari otta Kraft M. Lanphier Aline Lazard Iulia Goddard Elsa Lemle Dot Lewis Clara Lewis Edith Levy Flora Levine Janice Loeb Caroline Meyer Ula Milner E. Monroe Louise Moore E. Morgan L. Newton M. Pannill Marion Pfeifer LuciLE Points E. POLMER LuciLE Reed Elton Reynolds E. RiSEMAN Betty Sellers Lydia Schuler Janice Scharff WiLMER Shields Yvonne Sonneman Erma Stich Edwa Stewart Ruth St. Martin Millicent Story Y. Streifer W. Thompson Angeline Tuck.er N. Turner E. Ujffy Mae Wilzen 100 ■■■■• " €. W. 7% ••;;:) Q iiiiiiniiiiiiiiinuiniininiMHnnuuwiinHinuininniMiiiiinuiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiuuiitiifniintiiuiniiiiinMMtHiMiiMiiMiMtwiiiHuniitnwiiutiiuiunsiD ' Jimk " ' " ■■■ ' ■■ " " ■ " - " v 11.4 7l If 1% - ' ir ' T i% r:M If " %.. Officers Irma Moses President MaIA Morgan Vice-Presidenl Yvonne Sonneman Secretary Nell Kearney . Treasurer Members Margaret Roberts WiLMER Shields Muriel Bate Marion Pfeiffer Myrte Pujol Esther Donaldson Frances Davenport Katherine Homan Annie Covington Alice Moreton H. Brickell Rosalind Stagc Sylvia Schroeiber S. Wood Alice Odenheimer Marie Uhry Ethel Gastrel LuciLE Legier Lucie Harrison Clara Fitzpatrick Ruth Simon ESTELLE FlASPOLLER E. 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' i i Senior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Willard Wii-th Presidfiil " Walter Newbuni Vico-President Earl Hyman SecrRtary Geor e Feldner Treasuixn- Edwin HoIIins Jambalaya Represontative H. W. Rickey Historian Jules Caesar Alciatore, Jr. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA OTA Literary ; Winner Wrestling Tournament (3) ; Run- ntr-up Southern A. A. U. (2). (1); Moot Court; Glendy Burke; Class Wrestling (1). He came, he saw, he conquered — his ambition. Now, he ' s .just a law stude, studying lilve perdition. Ask him for a copy of his latest work, " Ti-yins ' to make two years in one at Tulane. " , Robert Hugh Brumfield MAGNOLIA, MISSISSIPPI Z N, X Scientific. Ho! the champion in parlor athletics, A deep student in tiie science of aesthetics. If j ' ou want to see the shortest distance between two points, look at the part in Bob ' s hair. Hyman Leon Cohen COAHOMA, MISSISSIPPI Scientific ; Secretary- Arts and Science Student Body (4). Never a snake dance but was led by " Fatly. " Capitol and gym prance — he makes ' em ratty. He knows more about everything than any two pro- fessors. Both seen and heard. " The joy of smoking would be lost were I to buy my cigarettes. " Pierre Armand Donaldson RESERVE, LOUISIANA Scientific. He ' s just a little quiet; Never starts a riot. But he ' ll make a swell M.D. some day. " Oh. where will I spend my vacation " George D. Feldner NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA B n Scientific; Class Treasurer (4). He also helps the Capitol to grace With his chaiTning manner and his noble face. George has just completed his thesis on " How to study fifteen minutes every night. " As class treasurer always dunning bills; He ' ll soon be collecting for his medication pills. Edwin Charles Hollins CROWLEY, LOUISIANA K A, I A Literal ; Sphinx Club ; Olive and Blue; Class Tug- o ' -War (1), (2) ; Jambalaya Representative (4). The handsomest man in al! the class; The ladies will not let him pass. He aspires to be a lawyer in addition to graduating from Arts and Sciences. 121 f f: ' ■•. iiiiiiHiiUHiitniMnniiniiiiinMiuiiHiMiinMniiiituiinHiiiiniiiiiiiitiitiiiinHuiiiiiininiiniiiniiiiiinuiutuuutnuuni ii»uuauunwm iiusiuusi!i ' jmiCQinmti muni .■(f . ;S ; ;iv -lis gS ' ' fxvu ' A sS § ,i S; ' i : ■■ ' Svf ' 1 % " Sis ' si,, " v ,.4L ..Stocw; ' ' ° » «»• .,ss:i«„ s, | ' a aS ' ' " ,J " 5 ..,S atfA ' 5 ' : 1 Senior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Earl Hyman NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Scientific: Class WrGstling (1).; Class Basketball (1). (2): Class Baseball (1). (2); Runner-up Wrestling (1); Scrub Football (1); Class Secretary (4). Behold tile renowned exponent of art; At publishing books he ' s .lust got a start. Basketball and baseball bear witness to his fame; He ' s generally a victor, no matter what the game. James Wood Jackson ABERDEEN, MISSISSIPPI Scientific. Jackson and Johnson, always together, You almost believe they ' re tied with a tether ' . Jackson is getting to be the social light of the Medical School now. Webb Wood Jordan AUTANGAVILLE, ALABAMA 2 A E. X Scientific ; Square and Compass; Assistant Business Manager Jawibalaya (3). He often bui-ns the midnight oil; Run down Alabam ' and hear him boil. All the girls are crazy about the colorful blush on W ebb ' s cheeks. Julian Hobson Lombard NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA N S N President Pre-Meds (3), i4); Wrestling Scientific; (3). You never hear this great man brag. But, gee, he " s got an awful drag. At any rate, he can look down on most of us. Spencer Butterfield McNair McCOMB, MISSISSIPPI Scientific; Square and Compass. Wf want a holiday, and get it we must; I ' m a bolshevik — will get it or bust. We alwa.vs did admire a firm character. John Lynton Madden HOMER, LOUISIANA A T n Literary; Sphinx Club; Southern Sextet; Glee Club, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Secretary Class (3); Olive and Blue; Junior Prom Connniittee (3) ; Forum; Tulane Promotion Force. Hei ' e we have the gi ' eat musician; Listen, tht-n you ' ll need a physician. He composed that wonderful little lullaby. " When that bumble bee backed into me and pushed. " 122 .■ ••■•■ ' = iiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiH)uii»nuHnuiiiuu nHiiiiinuiiiniim(iiiiiiiHiiiU)iiniiiii»niiiiiiiiniHtu»uiumiuiinH«uU(Mil mwW(lumuiBni ' flm ' . ' ... ' ■;k B,i. p ?$i:ii ' ,y;ir» ' ■;;;;;; :! ' y " " - " " ' " ' ••i ' " 0 ' " " %; ' A . .-™.,v. », , :.m % 1% „,.. ,..„„,:.;. " ' ' ' «» " " fe .,rff4 . ' visv ' •■% , Senior Class college of arts and sciences Richard B. Montgomery, Jr. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA K A, K A I Scientific: Presiclpnt A. S. Student Body (1); Class President (3); Vice-President (2); Secretary (1); Var- sity Track (3), (4); Captain (4); Vice-President Stu- dent Council; Junior Prom; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Olive and Blue; Sphinx Club. He may bo little, but he ' ll stick ' Till there ' s no b. S. U. star to lick. On the track — he ' s our champion miler; Over at Newromb our champion smiler. August William Mysing NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA K A Scientiflc; Class Tug-o ' -War (1). (2); Vice-President A. S. Student Body (4). A .lolly good fellow is Gus; A chemist, but still one ol us. Gus says he ' s in lavor of almlishing exams fur seniors. Nathan Hirsch Polmer NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Scientific. It ' s his earnest ambition To be a physician; And he will win out, Without a doubt. Robert Young Rabb MARIANNA, FLORIDA 2 N Scientific. Young Young- Rabb of F. L. A.. We regret to say, has gone away. He departed from our midst, due to the call of Marianna society being too strong " . Harry Wynn Rickey DERIDDER, LOUISIANA 2 n. B K Literary; O. O. S. ; Dormitory Governing Board (3); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (4); Vice-Speaker Glendy Burke (4) ; Oratorical and Debating Council ( 4 ) ; Junior A. A. TT. (3); Track Team (3); Historian Class (4); Glee Club (4). Wynn. like Erasmus, kept going out with his Mapper, And. somehow or otlier. made Phi Beta Kappa. Which concIusi ' rly proves that " it sometimes hap- pens. " Warren Leucht Rosen NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Scientific. When asked of his honors and ambitions. He said, " I passed my freshman year without con- ditions. " Otherwise known as the Prentice Smith of the Med- ical School. 123 iiiiiiiiMUMiiiHiiiniiiiiiiiiiinnMimnnttnniiiinuiiiiiiniMiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiimiuiiiiMininiiiiniiuuinnHHuitiiuuuuiinuuuutfuutiiniuiiiuuuiisiB ' jimic %. f ) ' |j : - " ' «- - ' .-- " » " ' " - ' » ' - " " - ' IIIV.V ' - ' " ' " " " " ' " ' ..| £ !il J . " ' ' ' ' •t ' " •■-.iVli: ,: Senior Class college of arts and sciences James Lennard Smith COLUMBUS, GEORGIA 2 n. A K K Scientific. He ' s just a millionaire in dreams; Still frequents the Mecca and passes, it seems. Another horrible example of the onslaughts of Cupid. Prentice Lanier Smith MINDEN, LOUISIANA OTA Classical; O. O. S. ; Editor-in-Chief Hullabaloo (4); Fditor-in-Chief Jambalaya 13); Class President (1). prentice, the Politician: Bachelor of Bull; Of encyclopaedic facts he ' s always full. Although cut out for a leader of South American revolutions, he has done noble work as the editor of the Hullabaloo. Harry Farrar Stiles, Jr. NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA K A 4 B e n Liiterary ; Sphinx Club; Oratorical and Debating Council ; Porum ; Glendy Burke (1) ; Class Debating (1 ) ; Class Vice-President (1) ; Class President (2) ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Manager Tennis Team (2); Assist- ant Manager Varsity Basketball (3), Manager (4). A ladies ' man. and popular is " Red " ; He letteth not responsibilities bother his head. Our champeen politician. Talbot Austin Tumbleson NORFOLK, VIRGINIA A X n. t X Scientific; Owls; Class Tug-o ' -War (2); Class Foot- ball (2) ; Universits ' Hop Committee (3) ; Assistant Business Manager Glee Club i4); Glee Club (4). To be a caveman he intended. But as a ladies " man he ' s ended. A serious-minded species of the genus homo, but he packs a mean ban.io. Willard Ralph Wirth NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA K 2. X Scientific; Class President (4). A prominent local boy of mark; Renowned bacteriology shark, " How sublime it is to smoke and dream. " 124 ...■i .if " ' ) -i " iiiiiiminMiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiitnutiitiuMiimuiHiiiMimiiiiiMiimiMiiiimfiiiiminiMinMiiiiiiiiiiiHuiuninuunnHUuufMiiuiwmiimmMism I r i V. V. ' I ' fl » t nftnr, ' . Hi 11 , v J •,. , „ ,_, f ' 11 «4 % lr r ' » ' rm • „.,„ ■..- " ■ ' ' ■•-■«?„ (S;, ,a ' A ' « ' ' ■■■y ' " " ■■ ' ••Wtf IV fli»»wj..(lvJi ' iV " " :-;::v, j fT %.. Junior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES William C. Fiue Pix-sident William B. Abbott Vice-Pi-esidi-nt Walter M. Barnetl Si crotary-Treasurci- G. E. Cunningham . . Historian : .Tambalaya Rejiresentalivu William Benjamin Abbott, Jr., 2 N NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI Literary: Class Historian (3); Class Vice-President (4); Y. M. C. A. Secretary (4); Editor-in-Chief Hullabaloo (4). Accomplished Journalist. Formerly represented the Times-Picayune in I .atin America, where he made friends among the royalt ' . Walter M. Barnett. Jr., Z B T, K A t NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Literary ; Class President ( 1 ) ; Vice-President (2 ) ; Sec- retary-Treasurer (3): Varsity Debating (1). (2). (3): Win- ner Carnot Medal (1); Speaker Glendy Burke (2); Chair- man Oratorical and Debating Council { 3) ; President Tu- lane Club (3) ; Hullabaloo Staff (1). (2). (3) ; Business Manager (3) ; Interfraternity Council ( 3) ; Forum (3) ; Manager Wrestling Team (3). A handsome young orator. Should be able to make a winning speech when he meets his ' - ' ideal girl. " John Dupre Bell. 2 A E PENSACOLA, FLORIDA Scientific. An industrious medic, even if he is the official S. A, E. jellybean. Leon Solis Cahn, Z B T new orleans, louisiana Literary; Glendy Burke (1), (2); Tulane Clul) (1). (2). (3); Varsity Alternate Debater (2); Interclass Debating (2): Oratorical and Debating Council (2). (3). Red-headed, freckled-faced Zeta Beta Tau; When he recites, profs listen with awe. Ted Carter, ATA CINCINNATI, OHIO Literary; Class Tug-o ' -War (1). (2); Class Football (2); Class Track (2); Class Secretary (1); Class President (2); Tulane Club (1); Glendy Burke (1); Forum (2), (3); Olive and Blue; Sphinx Club. Sterling Albert Chandler, ATA WEST POINT, MISSISSIPPI Scientific. Silent senator from Mississippi. Has an addiction for Ancient History and Bromo-Seltzer, Geoffrey Everett Cunningham LITTLE rock, ARKANSAS Scient ific; Band (2). (3); Student Assistant in Mathe- matics (3); Student Insti-uctor in Chemistry (3); Mathe- matical Club (3); Class Historian (3); Jambalaya Repre- sentative (3). Modesty is a virtue, hence the Jambalaya representative must be virtuous; furthermore, silence is golden. Herman Perry Curtis, K robeune, louisiana Scientific: Dormitory Governing Board (2); Class Bas- ketball (1). In vain for attention Newcomb gumdrops do plead; A Robi line girl ' s his exemption; he ' s her man indeed. Leonhard E. Devron, A 2 , K ' NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Scientific. He ' ll be a doctor some fine da ' ; That ' s what makes him look this wa ' Vance Wells Fletcher new orleans, louisiana Scientific. Medic. Another Florida ' Gator. 125 iiiiiiiHiiiMiuininMniniiiMMMiiiiitnMnniiwiiiiiuiiHiiiii iiiHiiiitiimii!n!iuHii iHnniniiiuiiiiiinuiMiwuii M!iiufW!i;iunniiuumii!iuiunMjiin CQitmii ' i " ' " wi.-,„,v.-.-.« - " ' %k;. ||?f 5 ' -. ' ffiUv- .jfl ' sf.- ' hi h " " - ' ' " Junior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES William Calhoun Frue. ATA NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Litei-ary. Jambalaya Repiesentalivc (1); Glendy Burke (1); Porum (2); Class Tug-o ' -War (2): Class Secretary- Treasurer (2): Varsity Crew (21: Crew Manager (3); Class President (3): Sphinx Club (3); Olive and Blue (3). Society, athletics, politics too; Happy and handsome, our own Billy Frue. William Preston Gardner, ! K S tupela, mississippi Scientific. Varsity football at Ole Miss. Majors at Newcomb. and ntincrs at Tulane. Ben Goldsmith, 2 A M WELSH, LOUISIANA Scientific. Used to like a game called " Seven and .a half " ; Now he is a nredic, this his epitaph, Henry Edward Guerriero monroe, louisiana Scientific. Might this not be a Spanish athlete? Thaddeus Honore Gueymard carville p. o., louisiana Scientific. Penny ante specialist; In Carvillc society he is missed. Robert Carl Hill bellamy, alabama Scientific. Hard-working medic from Alabama. Proud professor for an exceedingly convex anatomy, the result of multitu- dinous struggles with beanery victuals. Melville Wallace Hunter new ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Scientific; Class SecretaiT (D; Tug-o ' -War (1). Couldn ' t find anything to put in this space, so we ' d like to have Bill hunt ' er. Robert W. Kendrick, 2 A E INDIANOLA, MISSISSIPPI Literary; Class Tug-o ' -War (1), (2); Tulane Promotion Force (2), (3). Robert Emmett Kerrigan, A 6 HAMMOND, LOUISIANA Literary. Like Cassius. he had a lean and hungry look; But looks are deceiving — he devoured the Latin book. Simon Kronacher Marx, 2: A jM NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Literary; Class Wrestling il). 12); Tulane Club (1). (2), (3); Glendy Burke (2), Dr. White has agreed to grant a holiday the first time he gets to class on time. (Editor ' s Note — The rest of the class have quit looking for a holiday.) Joseph Andrew Meyers, Jr., OTA NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA T-iiterary, He hails from Springhill, but fellow students do not hold that against him. Rapidly adapting himself to his new surroundings. 126 ,fJ iiiiiiiiiniiaiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiittiiiiuiui niiuti»uiiuiiiiimiiiimiHUi«iuuiiiiiniiiiiniiHiniiiiiui»uinuuiiuuiiiiu«iiu(fiiuiiinmiiiiuiu!isiD ' flmislliilwl»miiiliiiiil Junior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Douglas Koy Porteous, SAX NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Scientific: Friars; Scrul) Football (3). You can ttll he ' s a .iouinallst by his bell-bottom trousers. Thomas Morrow Sayre. 1 ' I ' S MAUGHAM, LOUISIANA Scientific; Stiuarc and Compass, His conscientious wiehiint; of a wicked pacldic has ex- alted him to the highest office in the gil ' l of the Kappa Kappa Mu. He ranks as Royal Hig-h Potentate. Cornelius Struffer Steinburg tampa, florida Classical. A stellar student, notwithstanding he comes from Flor- ida. Has not yet decided whether he will succeed Pro- fessor Durel or Dr. Bechtel. Ambrose Howell Storck new orleans, louisiana Scientific. A phenomenon, being both inoffensive and a medic. Following in his father ' s footsteps. Daniel Davis Warren, I K 2 houma, louisiana Scientific. Has curly liair. and is some dancer. Clarence Hungerford Webb lucas, louisiana Scientific. He has a wild look, but that is all right; ho hails from Lucas. David Ray Womack, 2 A E SHERMAN, TEXAS Literary. Mike and Ike — they look alike. Slick hair, and a New- comby expression on their faces. W. B. Womack. :; A E SHERMAN. TEXAS L,iterary. Ditto as above. George Allen Wooten, 2 N LA GRANGE. NORTH CAROLINA Literary. I-ooks like a butler, but looks are deceiving — some times. 127 r ' i ' is ■■:.... iiiiiiuiiiiMitnMiMMiiiiiiiiiiMMiHmunHinnniiiiiiiit)iiiMn)iMiiiuiimiiimiiniiiMiiiiiiiiMiiniuiiininuuiu!immt)tnuwnufuuuwmii!Uiimi5iD ' jimim " " .-•- " •■. " SS ' %., Il)f ?| p?;-;:!; ' ' " ™ ;;;. " „,„™v„-. " ...m " " - " " " - ' ' " ' i !. S« " VJJ s0 0$i T; " ' • " ■ ' ' ■Site iiv-Hf;.: ' ■ ' ■ ' ».-5 ' V:!;;;. I f,. ill:. .i « .«S» ' : « . ' .Ji:,.»,l|:|« ' 1 ' ' " %,„ ■ ■ ; :k ' 5 ' " -- " v,„„, ., s. oV-.,,-. : Armstrong Jones O ' Shee Scott Brown lowentritt RiTTENBERG Snellinc Haile Martin ROEHL Walls Harvey Miller Saunders Walmsley 128 iiimiinmmnMniMiiiiii(Hiiiiiiiiiiiiifnuiiniiiiiuiiiuniiin iiuuiimniiim;HunMniiiiiiuii«iiiui!iHiii»nuun»uHini«uutiuuiuuiui(nunui5ra jVo- " " " ' % ' " " ii% - — .™ " - - f!if (M ' £ ■ : : • " " - ' -».--.»„„SiS;£ ' .5 ' Arts and Sciences — Sopkomores Officers Clarence Snelling PraiJcnl Pratt Martin Vicc-PresiJent Donovan Armstrong Secrelar )-Treasurer E. Garland Walls Jambalaya Representative and Historian Donovan R. Armstrong .... Welsh. La. i; A E Scientiflu; Class Secretary-Treasurer (2) ; ■White Elephants (1): Tus-o ' -War (2). Frank Chas. Ashby Minden, La. II K A Literary. Clarence Otis Brown .... Arcadia, La. .Scientific; Glendj- Burke Deviating So- ciety (1): Wrestling Champion (1); Class Wrestling (2). Wm. Mumford Haile, Jr. . New Roads, La. s n Scientific. John Lacey Harvey . . . New Orleans, La. Scientifio. Members M. " Hawlfback " Legendre. New Orleans, La. i; . E Varsity Football (1). (.3): Varsity Bas- ketball (1). (3); Varsity Track (1). (2): Winner Heavyweight Boxing fl); Coach Class Football and Basketball (2); Captain Class Wrestling (1); Chairman Freshman Prom (1); Tulane Club (ll: Olive and Blue (2), (3); Sphinx Club (3). Ceo. Pratt Martin . . . New Orleans, Z X, II A Literary: Varsity Basketball (1). (2); Thirteen Club (1); Class Football (1). (2); Vice-President Class (2). New Orleans, La. Garvin S. Saunders . . A T U I,iterary; Tug-o ' -War (1); Class Base- ball (1): White Elephants (1): Olive and Blue (1). E. M. Miller New Orleans, La. Literary. John Alvin Nagle . . . .St. Paul, Minn. Literary; Varsity Football (1). (2). (3); Varsity Basketball (1); Track (1). Wm. Bock O ' Shee .... Alexandria, La. A K E Scientific. Philip D. Rittenberc . . New Orleans, La. Literarj ' . Fred H. RoeHL New Orleans, La. K A Scientific: Class Wrestling (2); Scrub Football (1). (2); Tulane Band (1); Class Track (1); Interfrat Basketball (1): Class Football (2): Tug-o ' -War (2). Joseph M. Jones .... New Orleans, La. A K E Literary: Thirteen Club (1); Scrub Football: Class Football (1), (2). Leo Levy Lowentritt . . . Winnsboro, La. Scientific. Willie Campbell Scott, Jr. . Cheneyville, La. K A Sclentiflc: Tug-o ' -War (1). (2). Clarence Haas Snelling . New Orleans, La. K A Literary: O. O. S. : Jambalaya Repre- sentative (1): White Elephants (11; Class Track (1); Class President (21; Class Wrestling (2). Frank J. Tarantino . . . New Orleans, La. Scientific. Edward Garland Walls . New Orleans, La. A 2 Scientific; White Elephants (1); Inter- frat Basketball (1): Tulane Club (1); Jambalaya Representative (2); Tulane Promotion Force (2); Hullabaloo Staff (2). Hughes Philip Walmsley . New Orleans, La. A K E, n A Scientific: Varsity Football (2); Class Baseball (1); Class Basketball (1); Sec- retary-Treasurer Tulane Club (2): Class A iee-President (1): Second Team Row- ing (1); Interfrat Basketball (1); Inter- frat Tennis (1); Scrub Football (1); Thirteen Club (1). 129 . ■ " ' i- ' J ! ■ " ' % •■... V- %-s 9 " - -■ fisf.f ' ' c ' - ■■ iiiiiiiiiiHHniiiuMuinniiMMiniiiMin!ii«innniiiuiiiiniMiniiiiiiiiiiiiiii«iiiiii(iii!iniiiii»iiniiiiiMi»iiiui tnii»i»iH Hfflnufu»iHimHiiuiiuMSiDflmiM K m ,- ' ::m f .-■:;■ ■ ' » " Sits? j,,i ' 5,. 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PREMEDICAL CLA5 ' ji ' y ° j " Az : - 2 ! 5 ' A m ' - ' . COIiDlLlA TSZAOAN SOPHOMOm MI5T0RIAN (C INJL " , MOW, NOW 1 , l3 - J Ow ov; , gre y 7 ? ?7 ? 7 ■boD c rr pol no this One Wjoui-D BOW MASF (iOoD SAUSAGES WVOW rj , ( Oiif Now ind THEM lectures ' " ' A Sophi ' driivn J ' " f ' Jf)! As Sophs V poofilf ' " ' " ' ' Tipe Xpidamic 1 V The celebrA+eJ cb ?c3a oj- Ihc CiXrnpus c f - d Sd.d +o-f 24. As Treshmen NuoierA.ls 00 Jd.nk. L J LAUTENSCHLAEGL ' C F-R-LSliMAN HISTOHIAN =5)=Q) " 5i -?5 A5 TreshMen The Sophs beA.} us in Tuq-o W6.f djid Vlras if)q hvi }hey Qof ■l ieirs in |oofbaJt 132 ..r-v .•,fv iiiiHunHMiiniuMMiiHiiHnMinuiMnnuinnitiuuuiiiiuMiiiiiiiii(timiiniuiiiiiiiiiifiniiinnMiiiiMiiMiMiHtM!uuittMnwi!iiufiuiuiwiuiiii iiiuiSiii ' Ji[n CQiiiunim ; ■•• ' - ' . ' eH , S - ' C ' " " " " ' " " " " ' " " " " " yi? Pre-Medical — SopKomores Officers C. L. WooTEN PrcsUUnI Chas. a. Havard Vicc-PrcsiJcni C H Ford 5ecre arij and Trca. ' iurcr Miss Cordelia Reagan HUlorian R. D. Smith Jamhalapa Reprcscnlalivc Members Francis Marks Abney Benton, La. John Lansing Beven . . . New Orleans, La. Wrestling (1); Varsity Cross-Country (2); Second Place A. A. U. Wrestling (2); Track (1), (2); Class Wrestling (1), (2). Jos. Dewey Billeaudeaux . . . Eunice, La. Virgil Allen Brandin . . . Columbia, La. 2 n Class Wrestling (2). IsaDORE Brickman . . . Chat;anooga, Tenn. John Bruno New Orleans, La. Ralph J. Christman Crowley, La. s n Tug-o ' -War (1); Dormitory Governing Board (2). Thomas Edw. Clements Oberlin, La. Wallace A. Clyde .... Unioniown, Ala. K 2 O. O. S. (2); White Elepliants (1). Marvel L. Crawford . De Col. M. O. CURRIE Moyee, Miss. Square and Compass. Anthony A. Di Carlo . . New Orleans, La. Clarence D. Edgar .... Forest Hill, La. LoYALL David Farragut . . Pascagoula, La. s n Tug-o ' -War (1). (2); Basketl)all (1); Football (1); Wrestling (1). Cyril Franklin Floyd . . Phoenix City, Ala. Class Football 12). Claude Heard Ford Vinton, La. ! K S ' Class Secretary-Treasurer (2); Class Wrestling (1); White Elephants (1); Dormitory Governing Board (2). Julius Davis Fuselier .... Mamou, La. Erwin Lowe Gill S n Monlicello, Ark. Selma, Ala. Richard Jos. Grayson . . K A Varsity Cross-Country (2). EvabE J. GuilloRY . . . . . Mamou, La. Douglas McCardill Hale . . Camilla, Tex. Virginia May Hall . . . New Orleans, La. Wonren ' s Professional and Scientiflc Organization (20. Chas. Augustus Havard . . Big Cane, La. 2 N Class Vice-President (2). Martin C. Hawkins, Jr. . . Parkdale. Ark. A X A Cross-Country Team (2). Sidney Robert Henry Marse. La. Ph.G.. University of California, ' 21; Winner Weight-Gaining Physical Train- ing (1). DoLOL Ernest Hodges . . Ben . Mobile. Ala. Maurice A. Hopkins . . San Francisco, Cal. A 2 133 ■ ' ,rr--J .-■ ' " ' ' ■ ' " !;? ' ■■•■■ .•■ ' ' •; ' " ■;■■ .■■ ' ' .•■ V , " V ;!?■■ " " ■•• ..- ' ' - ' cmHmrM r i tv r■ r.:r ' M mK ,...u. " " ' " " - ' ' " ' .!5. 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Carroll Egerton Mooney . . Byfield, Mass. Square and ComiDass. Mrs. Julia J. Nelson .... Byfield, Mass. Frederick C. Oechsner . . New Orleans, La. Ben Thirteen Club (1): Glendy Burke De- bating Society (2); Olive and Blue (1); Glee Club (2); Interfrat Basketball (1); Class Track (1), (2). Carroll D. Overton . . . Pine Bluff, Ark. Glee Club (2); Class Football (2); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (2). Richard Jones Peterson . Greenwood, Miss. Walter W. Poimboeuf . . . Leesville, La. Foule Ault Prather .... Beeville. Tex. Cordelia Jack Reagan . . . Beaumont, Tex. Class Historian (2). William Henry Rolling . New Orleans, La. Sam Bloom Saiewitz, Ph.G. . . Tallulair, La. S A JI .lambaliiya Staff; Pharmacy Cla.fs; Hu»l- ncss Manager (2), Joseph T. Scott .... New Orleans, La. K A Class Tug-o ' -War 11); Cla.f. ' i Foolball (I). Bennett Newton Sewell, Jr. . . Boyce, La. Christian Kline Sims . . Donaldsonville, La. n K A Reynolds Darden Smith . . Okolona, Miss. .Jambalaya Representative (1 , ' 2 1. Sidney Louis Tabary Slidell, La. Blanchard H. Texada . 2 A E Green Cornelius Woltz . Boyce, La. Mt. Airy, N. C. Elias Weiner Algiers, La. Leader Tulane Orchestra (2). Guy Davenport Williams . Mer Rouge, La. 2 X Louis Estes Williford . . . Houston. Tex. K S Class Football (1). (2); Class Baseball (1); White Elephants (1); Class Wrest- ling (1). Claren Lee Wooten .... Shellman, Ga. A e Secretary-Treasurer (1); Class Presi- dent (2). Edwin Rafael Zamora . San Jose, Costa Rica 135 V . r- iiiimiii»i(iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniuiiuHuuMiniiiimiuu!uiimiiiumimiiiiiiiuiiUMHuniiiin(i»iiinniiiiuniUummi»nwus(mmi«mHim» m V isWfe fe " ■• i.VS. " mJiV " " ! 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" V 139 !r-! V 1 ip | .0 )»i iiiiiHMiiiiiiiniiiniiiiitinMinmnnnnHtiiinunuMiunnuiiMii»Miiii!iiiMUinniunuuiiniiMiniuinuiiuniiiuninwtiiHUfui iwimiin tiniisiB mi£Q Si. p) p:; ' ;;«S„™:„„„„.„„.„„„„,„,» ».v„»«.. ux:: : :: " " !■», .,„v.. I U V HISTORY " T COLLEGE 1 MOINEERINO Oi u mm- . " A i m i ' A .w. ! ' - . CliAS ' RiTTENBElR.e SENIOU HlSTOTilAN si " Our reports qot d . " Cro li Of ui Sorf i2 i nq } wi2 KoAfcL Our cKic| worry LOO K II i ) - V This w 5 discovcrea ona mora " Four str s i ht pA=»5G3=Nuin(?reiJs on ttNnk, HOW MA r CA 3 [ A6 50PH5 r tmc week ? ? ' ' g : Si f77 - ' -r -:: -c , .|i - n nn n n n n n n n A5 FBEbHMEN The amous Tresli-5oph bs-tHe oj- Uunninq iull — Aliixliinij to cl Si rom C inp Mirfm CALVIN 6LA55 JUNIOR HISTORIAN AS Juniors 7 ll] v ■ ,y ! w fiyna. ■S° " ' g things IhA worrieJ us but reporb |,UU. Wc d i.b unCtsy. . Ji f5 -.V— Wg 1. " FI?fSMI£S o=t Tuq-0-Waj- |A5 re SHMEN " ' J=€h " ' ' " ' ° ' XOO ftlDCH acfp j ■] ' " ■■ ' Dor Our ni- ' ibGr on KJiOi orx EMERSON " ROOAN 50PH0M0RI hlSrOT IAN DOPE S VS THfV W ' LL STflY up Nomeri Is on Wik f r ' ? ? All o) us know hmi PflOMiNEWT ER PH C LAS5 Tccoiifion tf New T))c6.chGr3 1)c .1 t(lc DonUls in Bi bkctkOl Our- little " Pa-ride 50PH_. T- ' Jv -ei: Wo hd-d to otx? aII rules EIDW J Mi5HANE GANG- WAY FRCSHMAN HI5T0RJAN J p . 140 . " ■■.■ iiiiiminiia«iinMiiiiiiiiiHiii»tiii«unuiHuiiiiiuiii»iuiii»uimimmiiiimiiii!UiiniiiiiuiiiiniiiniiHH»iuuu!uninnimiHa!iunmmiin uuii5iB .h. iA ' r? ' I- ' .; ' " ' ivi ' i , 0:W:f ' ' - " ' ii ' ' .-.n,,,,,,,u,i,,r.,iiiyJ Senior Class COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING I- ' i ank Paul Broussard Presidont H. OlKa Toberne Vice-President raney Hubert Truxillo Seciotaiy-Treasui ' er fharlcs U Riltenberg Jambalaya Representative Lewis Scherck Alcus new orleans, louisiana Mechanical and Electrical; Wrestling (1). (2); Vice- President Engineering " Society (4). Every one will agree that for his small size. " When among the fair sex, Louie is certainly wise. Little Louie is an all-round good fellow and popular with the boys — and girls too. Charles Floyd Attaway, IT K A LEEDS, ALABAMA Civil Engineering; Class Wrestling (2) ; Interfrat Basketball (2). (3); President Engineering Society (4). " Floddy " is the handsomest man in the class. He admits that in no such contest will he be passed. " Floddy " is a conscientious worker, but does not allow work to stand in the way of his many social affairs. Frank Paul Broussard breaux bridge, louisiana Mechanical and Electrical; Tug-o " -War (1). C-J) ; Band (2), (3), (4); Manager Band (3); Class Vice- President (3); Class President (4); President Academic Dormitory Board (4); Engineering Society (3). (4). All hail the Senator; Broussard is his name. To the great city of Breaux Bridge he has brought fame. " Brous " is one of the charter-members of the Tulane Band, and it is this fact together with his renowned " moostache " that draws the attention ol: the girls at the football games. And. oh yes! " Funny Guy " is quite a politician. Philip Campbell, Jr. new ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Mechanical and Electrical; Class Track (1); Tug-o ' - War (2); Engineering Society (3), (4); Vice-President Engineering Student Body (4). When it comes to dances at a party or ball, " Red " does the " Campbell " walk in every hall. To all his rivals in love " Red " carries the danger sign in his hair, and one of these days he will oat phonograph records in Honduras. Joseph Saul Cohen new orleans, louisiana Mechanical and Electrical; Tug-o ' -War (1). (2); Wrestling (1). (2); Class Jambalaya Representative (3); Student Body Jambalaya Representative (4); Tu- lane Engineering Society (3). (4). Now here ' s a bright scholar whom you all must know; He answers to the name of " Professor Joe. " Joe is one of the live wires of the class, and will be a walking advertisement for Tulane. Stephen V. J. D ' Amico, K A NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Architecture ; Square and Compass ; Varsity Wrest- ling (1), (21): Tug-o ' -War (2); Tulane Night and Circus (2); Tulane Promotion Force (4). (5); Engineering So- ciety (3), (4), (5); President Architectural Society (3), (4). (5); Staff Artist Jambalaya (3); Art Editor Jambalaya (4); Editor-in-Chief Jambalaya (5). As an artist, Steve will win great renown; He can design anything from a building to a clown. Steve has been Tulane ' s official artist for the past few years, and has never failed to donate his drawings for any good cause. Editor ' s Note (with apologies to Kipling) — " We shall rest and, in faith, we shall need It. " 141 — =i ,v ' ' . 53- ' 1 i;;iiiiHi«i«iiMUMiniiiiiMiiiinininu»tinMtMiuiiiMiMHMn »iiiiiiiii!iiiffliui;(iiii!iniinuiinniiMii»»»»u»ii»uiinnimu!U«unHm«inuinn5fflMiM»iw»w » kII .J Senior Class COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Henry Harreld Dinkins, Jr., K A. A M SCOTT, LOUISIANA Mechanical and Electrical; Tulanc Engineering So- ciety (3). (4); S. A. A. Wrestling (1), CD; S. A. A. Wrestling Champion 135 Lbs. (2); Varsity Wrestling (1), (2); N. A. A. Wrestling (1); Class President (1); Sphinx (-lub; Olivo and Blue. It is quite a boast from the city of Scott, That H. Harreld calls it his home spot. Harreld is one of the leaders in social activities on the campus and is a good fellow in every way. Donald Allard DuPlantier new orleans, louisiana Civil Engineering; Tug-o ' -War (2); Engineering So- ciety (3). (4); Secretary-Treasui ' er Engineering Stu- dent Body (4). A misplaced eyebrow is the height of Don ' s pride; Perhaps SHE gave the order that there it should abide. Little Don has quite an advantage over the rest of the class in starting his engineering profession, in that he bears tlie same name as the " Big Don. " and that counts for a lot. James Lee Fulmer, O T A NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Mechanical and Eh-Ctrical ; Engineering Society (3), (4); Class Jambalaya Representative (2). Jimmie is a dashing lover, it is easy to be seen. For he is a wonderful type of the jelly bean. Jimmie knows just how to mingle with the ladies. He ' s everybody ' s friend — especially hers. Cecil Alfred Hallam, A M CLINTON, LOUISIANA Mechanical and Electrical; Tulane Engineering So- ciety (3). (4). What is this sign? Who can it be? Why. it reads. " Cecil Hallam — Consulting M. E. " " Lord Hallam " is a good student, quiet and unas- suming, but noisy enough when tlie occasion presents. He ' s f 1 om Clinton, and is the pride of the old " home town. " William Talman Hess. K 2, A 4 M NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Mechanical and Electrical; Interclass Athletics: Wrestling- ( I ) ; Tulane Engineering Soci ety (3). (4). All right, fellers, hats off to Bill; The " goat-getter " of profs is the roll he can till. " Bill " is a good mixer. He knows how to get along Willi e ' ery one. including the profs. Harry Herbert Hustedt, A 2 I NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Mechanical and Electrical; Class Sports; Track; Basketball; Class President (2). (3); Y. M. C. A. Harry ' s a runner and a good one at that; He ' ll soon make the mile in three minutes flat. The class is proud of Harry for the fine school spirit that he has shown in his stay at Tulane. He puts life into every movement. 142 iiiiiiiHni»iiiiiMiiin!iiiiiHiiiiiiuiiiiiiu»tnniiuiiiiiMiiiHu«Hiniiiiiitiiiniiuiiii)iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiniuiuiinuiuiiiuiniu«nu((iiu«iwuiinuiuMsni ' flraiMi " %.m =::M , 1 1 if niw. Mi iii ti,f, Senior Class COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING George Richard William Lewis new orleans, louisiana Mechanical and Electrical ; Engineuring Society (3), (4). A mariner, but never on the sea; Thafs " Salty " Lewis, now how can it be? " Salty " found it hard to get rid ot his sea-legs at the end of the S. A. T. C. He claims to have been at sea whenever he sat through one of " Pop ' s " classes. Otto Theodore Maier new orleans. louisiana Mechanical and Electrical ; Secretary of Tulane En- gineering Society (4). As an engineer. Otto will be a success, , Or all the profs have made a bad guess, RiEht this way, ladies and gentlemen. See Otto, the tallest man in three counties. The big boy makes every one look up to him. John Albert Milton Monlezun, O T A NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Mechanical and Electrical ; Tulane Engineering So- ciety (3), (4); Class Athletics; Second Team Football (2), (3). (4); Basketball (2). Come on, girls; get in line; But remember " Red ' s " speed is one at a time. " Monty " is well liked by every one. especially the fair sex. It is probably the latter fact that causes him to take so much care of that " wee-wee " mous- tache. Edward Mitchell Naberschnig new orleans, louisiana Chemical Engineering; Engineering Society (3), (4). " Nabby " as a chemical engineer, Will develop a formula for wine, whisky and beer. " Nabby " is an all-round good fellow and a con- scientious worker. It was his influence that kept ex- Mayor Berhman in office for sixteen years. Isidore Leon Pesses new orleans, louisiana Civil Engineering; Class Wrestling (2); Band (2). (3). (4); Engineering Society (3). (4). " Shorty " gulps! that good old wine. While " Those Tulane Greenbacks fall in line. " " Izzie " is another charter-member of the band. He ' .s little, but loud. In all probability he will make his future home in Houston. Charles Lewis Rittenberg new orleans. louisiana Civil Engineering; Engineering Society ( 3 1, ( O ; Class Jambalaya. Representative (4). Being Jamb. Representative. Charlie left this space blank; For his help we extend to him more than one thank. " Shikey " gets along real well with every one. and unless there are any objections to his poetry featured here, we look for his continued success. He ' s a fine example of Tulane spirit. 143 r--j ..-■ ' • " iiiiiiiHiuMiuHuiiiniiiiiMiiiiiMuitMiniuMiniiiittuiMiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiHwiuwtiMiMiiiininiiiiiiinuintiinuuiuiuiinHUUHffuiuwmuiiiuiunsni ' Jim " " " " " «uwii v.v.-.n,t.,.. , ' 4 nVSi-- ' ' --ii ' is ' ■• • f- ' -i.J . S.tfA; Senior Class COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Andrew Kachel Schwartz savannah, georgia Cnemical Engineering; Class Basketball (2) ; Engi- neering Society (3), (4); President Engineering Stu- flent Body (4). ■ Politician, " " Cobalt, " " Gaston " — any one is his name. As Mayor of Savannah, he ' ll win great fame. If Andrew puts in as much time in his chemical laboratory as he has done in rounding up voters for elections, he ' ll make a wonderful success. William Hobson Spaar new orleans, louisiana Civil Engineering: Class Football and Baseball (1). (li) ; Tug-o ' -War; Chief Engineer. Summer Survey Camp (3); Engineering Society (3). (4). A politician who can ' t be beat; He hasn ' t lost an election, and that ' s a great feat. " Hop " is the class politician and a good sport. When he becomes a candidate for congress, he will get the engineers ' vote. Helene Olga Teberne new orleans, louisiana Chemical Engineering; Engineering Society (3), (4); Vice-President Class (4). The only flower amongst the weeds; In the chemical laboratory she ' ll perform great deeds. Miss Teberne deserves a lot of credit and praise for liaving completed the Chemical Engineering course. She is one of the very few women who have accom- plished this. Haney Hubert Truxillo new orleans, louisiana Civil Engineering; Tug-o ' -War (1). { ' 2); Class Seci-o- tiLiT-Treasurer (4); Engineering Society (3). (4). For hard work " Trux " has no fear; Therefore he should make a whale of an engineer. " ' I ' i ' ux " is a persistent worker and usually obtains w hat ho strives for. He has a good personality and is well liked by the entire class. Oliver Perry Walker new orleans, louisiana Civil Engineering; Tug-o ' -War ( 1 ). I ' l) : Engineering Society (3). (4). Here ' s a chap who to fame should rise; He ' s in love with a school-teacher; you ' d be surprisfd. " Dixie " is already planning to build a bridge across the Mississippi. Who knows but that his " school- teacher " is a resident of Algiers? Peter Sidney Winchester, Jr. new orleans, louisiana Mechanical and Electrical; Engineering Society (3), 4). Now behold, here ' s " Parallel Pete " ; In the House or Congress, he ' ll soon have a seat. Pete can be recognized from one end of the campus to the other by his trusty pipe. His motto is, " Always agree with the prof. " 144 jfj .•■■ .rfJ lliliii!iii!iiii!:n!H!iiifii;!;;:;!;:ii!iniii» ' ,;;!iiinmuiiiiiiimiiiii;ii::;::::: :i!;i!i!i:;i!iiini::;;;iiiii;:; ' .;;;tn ' . ' . ' .! ' ,uuiii! ' ,;!i!!!(iii ' , ' .!!Hiunii !iUiiEiE ' flini™mii!m ' .v.!;ui!. ' : Junior Class COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Harold Moade I ' rcslrtr-nt H. U Gaidi-v Vice-President J. S. " Waldi-ep Secretary-Treasurer Calvin S. Glass Jambalaya Representative Walter J. Amoss, K A, A M . . . New Orleans, La. l. ' ivil; Class Piesklent (21); Engineering Society; Sphinx Club; Scrub Football (2). (3). Here ' s to our ex-prcsident, who Tor all we can say. May be our next President, that ' s pontic ' s way. Ada Isabelle Arnold New Orleans, La. , rcliite( ' ture; Kngineering Society; Women ' s I ' cnlr. . inn- al and Scientific Organization (1), (3), (3); Vicc-I ' iTsiilcnt (3); Tulane Architectural Society (1). (2). (3); Sec ' y (3). Little " Pome. " we know just what she ' ll do; She ' ll look through the book till she comes to you. So not to disappoint her, or make her feel put out, We ' ll merely mention in this line that she ' s a dain good scout. Kenneth McG. Bailey, 2 N, A M . . F ' ordoche, La. Civil: Olive and Blue; Glendy Burke; Engineering So- ciety; Quartermaster Summer Survey Camp (2). Asking questions is his pride. But answering questions is another side. Henry D. Barnes, ' I K 2, A M . . New Orleans, La. Civil; Class Vice-President 12); Varsity Track (ll. 12); " T " Club; Class Tug-o ' -War (2); Class Baseball Manager (2); Assistant Chief Engineer Summer Survey Camp (2); Engineering Soc ' ety. He was a pitcher of great aspiration Till he received a " Fresh " initiation. Lee Garrison Bird New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical; Engineering Society; Class Wrestling (1), (2). Talk about your midnight oil, I incoln and Franklin are out of sight. For " Skipper " studies the whole blamed night. Charles E. Brackenridge Hammond, La. Mechanical and Electrical; Engineering Sociclj. Better be careful when " Deacon ' s " around. For he can quote from Shakespeare down. Jeffrey H. Collins, AS . . . . New Orleans, La. Chemical; Class Track (1). (2); Class Football (2); Class Basketball (1). (2); Frat Basketball (1). (2 1. An Irishman from the start. Except that as .Tim ' s cousin. He doesn ' t look the part. Frank T. Dawkins Monroe, La. Ci il: Class Tennis (1); Class Basketball (1); Eng. Soc. Hale, hearty, and a shooter of the " Inill " ; Like the moon, Frank is often " full. " Frank W. Ebaugh Winston-Salem, N. C. Chemical; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3). He ought to amount to a prof some day. For he has about him a teaching way. James W. Elizardi, Jr., II K A, A M, New Orleans, La. Civil; Class Basketball (2); Class Baseball (2); Class Football (1); Assistant Basketball Manager (31; Olive and Blue; Engineering Society; Sphinx Club. In the race of life. long. lean, and thin; Tt won ' t take long for him to win, Newell Chandler Erwin, 2 II . . . Charlotte, Tenn. Mechanical and Electrical; Engineering Society. Erwin and Roberts do not look alike. Still they are known as " Mike " and " Ike. " Edwin Frank New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical; Engineering Society. Here ' s our advice; Don ' t get him mad. For boxing Is " Lochlnvar ' s " one great fad. ,. " ' v 145 % iiiiuiniHitiwiiuniiiniiiMiiiiuiiatnnituinniiiiitiiiiiiniiiuiiiiiiiiniiiiimiuiiiii)iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiuiinHHtHiuunuuiiiuH»uuiunHmmiiii i»nsni:iimo 1 1 H % Wl WWIfffMUW I .€r • s n " ll " ' « ., m ' - ' m " ■■ ■fe- nf JlViE .. i, -?,- -i ' JK ' ■ fe- «!i;vs? fl75t.- ' iitttfit. ■ ' w- Junior Class COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Harold Langdon Gaidry Houma, La. Mechanical and Electrical ; Engineering; Society ; Junior Tech Vice-President (3); Class Tug-o ' -War (1), (2); Class Football (2); Class Basketball (2): Class Baseball (2). Our country boy from ' way up-state; A magnet for ladies — his fate. Roy Brian Gerard, A 2 . . . . New Orleans. La. Mechanical and Electrical. Insurance inan of great renown: Hasn ' t sold a policy in the whole darned town. Manuel Girault Mexico City Mechanical and Electrical; Engineering Society. Since he ' s taking boxing at the gym, Tlioj ' never worry al)out teasing him. Calvin Clarence Glass New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical : Engineering Society; Scrub Football (2). (3); Varsity Cross-Country (3). They say that " Buddy ' ll " run miles and miles To get away from their wiles and smiles. Louis Kaufman Good, SAM. . . New Orleans, La. Civil : Interlrat Council ; Engineering Society. With tortoise shell he ' s exceedingly wise. But they ' re only part of his disguise. RuEBEN Louis Hock Gretna, La. Chemical; Class Wrestling (1); Class Tug-o ' -War (1). Arises early in the morn. Catches the ferry that leaves at dawn. Walter Holloway Ocean Springs, Miss. Mechanical and Electrical; Engineering Society. He comes from nnany a mile and far; A padlock on his grip is a declaration of war. Cary JefFREss New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical. James Lawson Kemper, A K E . . . New Orleans, La. Civil; Engineering Society; Scrub Football (2). (3). As a football player of might He may become a shining light. Robert James Kuhn New Orleans. La. jNIechanical and Electrical ; Class Tug-o ' -War (2). What ' s that we hear in the distance? It sounds like an anvil choir. For it ' s none other than " Basil, the Blacksmith. " O ' er his smith - tin:-. Henry Clay Ludlow, Jr., 2 X . . . New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical. William Thompson McCay, A K E . New Orleans, La. MiM-lianical and Electrical. When it comes to integration. Mai ' s I he whole summation. Gordon Joseph McLean, A K E . . New Orleans. La. Mechanical and Electrical; Tulane Club; Scrub Football (1); Tug-o ' -War (1), (2). Mac ' s so slow, so very slow. We wnndei ' how far he will ever go. 146 liiniMnw»iiiiMiiii;HiiiiHiiii!MiuiiiiuuinniiiiiiiiiitHiiiniuHiuiiiiiiiiiiiHiuiiHHiMiuiiun(iiiiiiiinHtuinuu»iuu!i ii«uuuuuiiu«uiuuuuiisnismitQiiiiiiH P ' l.-.iiniv ' ■■ •:■„, - :;(• ' ■ ' ' - ' = • ' ■,.,;„„„„v .. " " " ' " . " V..-™ „ ,.ii«- IHi " l ' " " " ' " " «v.»,.,,.,„„,„ ». ' ■■ " ' ■ ' ' ■i ' M- ' f ' •» Junior Class COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Dave Byron Marcus. ZS A M Laurel, Miss. Chemical. With his left he wi ' ites light; He ' d be dangerous in a fight. Harold Edward Meade Lake Charles, La. Mechanical and Electrical ; Class Pi-esident ( 3) ; Engi- neering Society; " Skin. " For duke conventions, parties and song, Harold always has been strong. Clayton Ludlow Nairne, 2 X . . . New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical; Olive and Blue; Sphinx ; Engineering Society; Class Basketball (2) ; Class Base- ball (2). Not exactly a jellybean. But at jelly hangouts , He ' s sometimes seen. Arthur Joseph Naquin Alexandria, La. Mechanical and Electrical; Square and Compass; Uni- versity Band ( 2) ; Tug-o ' -War (2) ; Engineering Society. The chickens fly about him so thick. He has to knock them off with a stick. William L. Rau, 4 K 2, A M . . . New Orleans, La. Civil; Engineering Society; Varsity Basketball (2(, (.1) ; To look at his head. You ' d think he ' s well read. George P. Robbins, Jr., IIKA . . . . Garyville. La. Mechanical and Electrical: Engineering Society. Reported sick in bed. He walks in class instead. Joseph Henry Saucier, Jr New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical; Engineering Society. Great of voice, always heard; Of our class politicians, he ranks third. Charles Schilun New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical; Engineering Society; " Skin " ; I. A. P. O. N. A borrower by nature, who lives on us all; Hut the " Duke " can " get right " — you recall. Albert Wachenheim, Jr..Z B T, K A 4 , New Orleans, La. Civil; Engineering Society; Varsity Basketball (2), ( o » ; Captain (3); Class Track (2); Class Baseball (2); Quarter- master Summer Survey Camp (2); " T " Club. " Wachy " towers above us all; And he can juggle a basketball. Judge Scott Waldrep, OTA Hugo, Okla. Civil : Engineering Society ; Class Secretai-y-Treasurer (3); Class Football (2); Class Tug-o ' -War (1). The Judge may sit before an important case. But it won ' t have a legal base. Charles C. Wiggin, Jr., K 2 . . . New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical; Engineering Sorifl ' ; Assist- ant Baseball Manager (3 ; " Skin " Charier-Mrmber. C, Carroll has winsome ways, But he has seen better days. Robert Sawtelle Wynn, 2 n . . . Slireveport. La. Mechanical and Electrical; A. A. U. " Wrestling Champion (1), (2); Second Team Basketball (1); Class Basketball (1), (2); Class Baseball (1); Class Football (2); Boxing Champion (1); Scrub Football (1), (2), (3); Class Tug- o ' -Wai- (1), (2). Foolish questions, inquisitive ways; Bob will get a job that sometimes pays. 147 ...- ' ,J.» " iiiinini«iiiiiiiiiMininiMiiiiMMuitMniiHnniMn»iii»nuiii iiiiiiiiiii(iiiiiuu(iiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiniiiuiinHtuniuu!U(uiini!«uua!iu«m!UiHuiiuMOTflmitoiii i!iims . . V ■ ■.■■■.v. ' - ' iS ' - :• . . %::: ' ' «(f.-w» ' " lii llte rt ' iii ' ' ' Sopkomore Class COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Officers Louis Duclos PresiJenl Claiborne Wm. Perrilliat Vice-PresiJenl E. B. Mabson Secretary and Treasurer Emerson A. Rogan Jambalapa Representative Members Michael Chas. Abrahm . New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical. Paul Andry, Jr New Orleans, La. A K E Mechanical and Electrical; Class Track (1). Walter C. Bosch .... New Orleans, La. Chemical. Guy Reece Boyd Gretna, La. Mechanical and Electrical; Class Track (1) ; Class Football (1). Charles Henry Campbell . New Orleans, La. n K A, A M Civil; Assistant Editor Jambalaya (1). J. Irwin Chaffee, Jr. . . . Providence, R. L ! K :i Mechanical and Electrical. George S. Farnsworth . . New Orleans, La. I A e, A i I Civil; Varsity Basketball (1). (2). Arthur M. Hill Hammond, La. lechanical and Electrical. George A. Hillary . . . New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical; Class Tug- o ' -War (1), (2); Class Wrestling (1), (2); Class Football (1), (2); Wrestling: Champion (1), (2). A. Adler Hirsch .... New Orleans, La. Chemical; Class Track (1); Chemical Engineering Basketball (1). Francis M. Ivichievich .... Arabi, La. Mechanical and Electrical. Wm. Julian King .... New Orleans, La. Chemical; Olive and Blue Club (1). Leonard Saul Dahlman . New Orleans, La. Z B T Chemical; Class Football (1), (2); Class Tug-o ' -War (1). (2); Class Baseball (1); Varsity Baisketball (1). (2); Inter- trat Basketball (1), (2); Chemical En- gineering Basketball (1). Jos. S. Kluchin .... New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical. Paul Krumpelman . . . New Orleans, La. Civil; Class Wrestling (2). Jos. Arthur Dayries, Jr. . New Orleans, La. A K E Mechanical and Electrical ; Jambalaya Representative (1); Tulane Club; Thir- teen Club; Assistant Cheer Leader (2). Wallace C. Drennan . . New Orleans, La. S X Mechanical and Electrical. Louis Duclos Rayne, La. OTA Mechanical and Electrical; Class Presi- dent (2) ; Dormitory Go ' erning Board (2). Fernando Ensenat . . Merida Yuca, Mexico Mechanical and Electrical; Tech Bas- ketball (1). Robert James Kuhn . . . New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical. Leon Lassen New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical. William Law Mansfield, La Ben Mechanical and Electrical; Glendy Burke. B eaumo nl, Te William Stone Leake . A T n Mechanical and Electrical; Class Foot ball (1); Varsity Track (1). 148 Benjamin F. Leeper Mobile, Ala. Mechanical and Electrical. _ - - i;iiHiiii!iHiiiuHni»iiM(!!!!inMniuniiiiiiiuiniiuHiiiniiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiii«Hi»Hiiinfiiiiiiiin(iiiuiiiiui«i!i!!M;«mii!!M! ' ,i!Uitnn niimMi!iumn; ' ■% ' ,ll;Q Mi; . .;■■■ ' »»„„ ij ' Vt.-f Abrahm, Andry, Boyd, Campbell, Chaffee, Dahlman Dayries, Drennan, Duclos, Farnsworth, Hartz, Hill Hillary, Johnson, King, Krumpelman, Kuhn, Law Leake, Leeper, McConnell, Mabson, Martin, D. Martinez Pareti, Perrilliat, Ransom, Rhea, Robinett, Rogan Rothschild, Schwarzenbach, Stoutz, Vennard, Smith, Ward Wyatt, Zerkowsky 149 ' " luiiiiiiiiiMMiiiiinMMiiiMtiHiHiHttitiuuuiMiiiumiiiiHiiiimiiiuimmiHniitiiiiiiinniiiniiinniiinnHMiinuttiiiuiimunuHntiMmmiinuiuii .r ' ..-...: S;::v; ,,.™ .,.. „ ,g i a.o " ,5it: Richard B. McConnell . . New Orleans, La. A K E Chemical; Tliirti-un Club; Class Vice- Pi ' csldent (1); Hullabaloo Class Repre- sentative (;;); Tug--o ' -War (1); Class Football (1): Class Track (1); Wrest- ling (1). (2); Tulane Club; Chemical Ensineerins Basketball (2i. Ashley Hurt Robinson . New Orleans, La Mechanical an l Electi-ical. Emerson A. Rogan . . . New Orleans, La. Chemical; J: mbalaya Representative (;;); Class Wicstling (1); Class Track (1); Chemical Engineering Basketball. Eugene Beall Mabson . . New Orleans, La. Jlechanical anil Electrical; Secietarv- Treasurer { ' !). Lawrence F. Martin . . . New Orleans, La. Chemical; Varsity Debating (1); Carnnt Debate i;;); Glendy Burke (1); GUnrly Burke Secretary 1 2; Oratoiical anil De- bating- Council (2). Dorothy B. Martinez . . New Orleans, La. Chemical; Women ' s Protessinna! and Scientific Organization. David W. Moore .... New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical. George Tipton Naff . . . New Orleans, La. Civil. Paul Pascal Pareti, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical. Claiborne Wm. Perrilliat . New Orleans, La. 2 X Civil; Class Tug-o ' -War (1); Class Wrestling (1); Class Secretary (1); Class Tug-o ' -War (2); Class Vice- President (2); Thirteen Club. Gerald Lee Rhodes . . . New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical. Charles H. Ranson . . . New Orleans, La. . rchilecture; Tulane .-Architectural SoLJ.t -. Thomas Richard Rhea . . . Shreveport, La. Mechanical and Electrical; Class Tug- o ' -War (1). (2); Class Wrestling (1). (21. Archie Donald Robinett . . New Verda, La. T A Mechanical and Electrical. Walter J. Rothschild . . New Orleans, La. : lecbanical and Electrical. Otto Richard Schutt . . New Orleans, La. Civil. John K. Schwarzenbach . New Orleans, La. Mechanical and Electrical. M. BouLiGNY Smith . . . New Orleans, La. 4 A e Mechanical and Electrical. Henry L. Stoutz, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. A T n Mechanical and Electrical; Class Track (1); Class Basketball (11; (?las5 Tug- o ' -War (2). Edwin Wilson Vennard . New Orleans, La. K A Mechanical and Electrical. Harry Albert Ward . . . New Orleans, La. n K A, A $ M Civil; Pan-Hellenic Delegate (1). Ben K. WyatT New Orleans, La. K 2 .Architecture; Scrub Football (2); Class Football (1). (2); Class Track (1); Tu- lane Architectural Society. 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" ™...... ■■ " " af M . !:;;:l,:f;:,,„.:!!:,f;::f i: .i " j ' " S " ' % ' " ' lli ' % " 155 iiiirainii»iiiiinMiiiiiiiii;iiiiiMuitMMiunHniiiiuiiiHiiiii i uiiiiiiiiiwiiffiiiiiiiiiiHiinMm!»iiiiiiuiiiHHnnunu»miHi»uuiiiiummuiii imn . Ki ■ " pm Ti ' v-VV Awii ,,»( AtiiW ' " ■- ' = ■» v ' aii? „-sSi.- ' 4«. ' ' ■« ' ■ ' HISTORY " COLLEGE T LAW ri( smi m5 y " a. CAMERAMAN -S ' X -.f - ) D05ITE H. PER.KINS 5rci YEAH HISTOUIAN LAW HEP THf j ' yo c f3 A a Our ro SfifAT HPS J " UDICIAL NEC r i,A,K- 1 5 Seniors Jus? " . lilflc tLo ir scene Alinqlinq Jazz txncl Ltxw OH, 8f««r I As JUMIO HS inn AH ' LL-, rv r CeASE SH(JW .4 i HONfr YOU POLfTfCAL King DfAH I-M-IRMA- fl --4.T il® : " 7 fc» THl ' s IS 50 SUDDEN Ifqq We Iried o setfle a.11 disputes. Poli icl ns in T.U Good pr cjice Our sccood ' home n LiesMi m PI [As Is) Totmq our books rrm ■ Wumer _ _ ■( on lixnk. l ' : A ' HfLPI " " I iii;.rqnoi ' k% ' - ' ' " ' he Tech ' sfuden s Uw 60TID0N BRUNSON COVfTfD RI HT OF _ y 2nd YEAH HISTORIAN ■ -=f- I As Juiyiolts WOOF si ' TrSvc Vedxhed fbc Znd mtle sbne in our le J joifrne SenAjorf ' some dj y iVea-rers oj- Vhe cA-ne Ojkr, " -OOF ' B£,TOSDE«fO I- - lUJJ -J U " - ! D.cRrrD,erc. C li ' Eesulf o)- boimj cKlcken ajiciers HeJ some " j- best o-ffile+es m school Tlie WAy wc uns ■IsJW ANNA M CAY Ist YLATl HI5T0UIAN, r , . LET ' S TIITf CTia t«15l „i, ' (- HAl f rou mf CASf FOSi A5 (.4 VEfl-R, LAW ' M ' ? % ---: flJo. TRT i oicrED FOR Y lX d " f ,e) We c mc (rorr e ery inhere ;iD INTfLLlSENCE ■ 156 % »!t»if •. •■■ r -- ' luimiiniMiMiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiuuHiiuuiiuiiiuuiiiuiniumiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHHiiiiiuniiuiiiiiniiHuiuuiunnimHWUUiuuiimiuiinuiunsffl i;;;; ' ' ' " ' " ' ' ' A " » V IV »nril Jl ' (r f ' ' ' ' " ' " .!l|. ,„„„„„„,, j!J ft,. V, rS " Senior Class COLLEGE OF LAW Nasli Jnlinson [ ' r ' Sifl ' iit James T. Bui-ns ' i( .- I ' l rsiinni J im W. Ricliai ' dsnn Pet ' relaj - ' I ' m asii mi Dosite H. Poi ' kins lamlialaya Kr] ' ii-.s.[il;il i c James Thompson Burns COVINGTON, LOUISIANA I A I , A K E, K B I Class Vice-President (4); Olive and Blue; Tulane Club. Jimmie ' s not. only a .lolly good scout. But his future success we do not doubt. ' Ben Essig Coleman HOMER, LOUISIANA . T i?, A I . K B I Class Tug-o ' -Wal- (1), Ci ) : Oratorical and Debating Society; Tulane Promotion Foi ' ce (3). (4); Tulane Council of Fraternities CI). (4); . M. C. A. Cabinet (3), (4). Has great respect for tlie ladies. Otherwise, free, white, and twenty-one. Chester Joseph Ford NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Any one who has studied law as long as Ford has is l. ' ound to make an excellent lawyer. Gus Alexander Fritchie SLIDELL, LOUISIANA r A, K B Moot Court (1). (2). (3); Band (11. (2). (3); Crew 12); Football Manager (3). They tell us that Gus went to the university last summer and fell in love. Edwin H. Grace NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA A e " Do what ' s compulsory-; what ' s not. do not. " William A, Green NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA " I beg our pardini. Mr. Green, but have you an abstract of that case? " ,S— V 157 : l llllllllllllMlllflll ;;! :■,;:iIlillHIlllll!tullU!lllllullnl!l!lllllllilllllUllliHl lll ilUil!ill!:lv,:; , ;;u;u!nr,iir. ' .i ' .n ;t " !S ' .!ffl ::S , «wA I■■ i " ■ ' ' ■ ' ' ■ ' ' ,tivn nffM, tnjitiii,i ' " !% ir " ' %. ,r .- vHife. Senior Class COLLEGE OF LAW Edwin Charles Hollins NEW ORLEANS, LOUIS[ANA K A, d 1 Sphinx Club. Olive and Blue Club. Tug-o ' -War (1); Jambalaya Staff (4). " Eddie finds Federal Practice a cinch, Quei-y? " William Nash Johnson HOMER, LOUISIANA A T P., $ A I ' , K B Square and Compass. Olive and Blue. jMoot Court. Sphinx. President Student Council (4); President Law- Student Body (4); President (4); President Class (3): Tulane Promotion Force; Student Activities Committee; Oratorical and Debating Council; Crew (3); Assistant Manager Baseball (3); Vice-President Forum (3); In- terfraternity Council. " The greatest statesman that Tulane ever produced. " Henry Flood Madison, Jr. BASTROP, LOUISIANA S X, K B $, A ! A.B.. Washington and Lee University. 1920; Moot Court; Olive and Blue; Square and Compass; Sphinx: A ' arsity Basketball (1). (2); Varsity Crew (11. (2); President Tulane Promotion Force (1). (2); Band (1); Manager (2); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Glendy Burke De- bating Society. About " Buddie " a beautiful and popular girl at Newcomb once said. " Oh. if I could make him love mo I would give my head. " DosiTE H. Perkins SULPHUR. LOUISIANA t K S, K B ■! .lainbalaya Representative (3), Perk ' s the bo - from Sulphur. Now ain ' t we the her- William Alexander Porteous, Jr. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA A T a. I A I , K A Sphinx Club; Secretai ' y Olive and Blue Society: Glendy Burke (1); Varsity Debating Team (2), (3); Captain of A arsity Crew (3); President Forum (3); Vice-President L.aw Student Body (3); Oratorical and Debating Council (3); Interfraternity Council (3). Billy is an orator, shrewd and i olite; but. oh boy! what a debutante ' s delight. 158 iiiiiimiiiMiiMiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiuiiiuni»tMnniuiiiiiiHiMiniuiuiHm(iiimiiiiiiiiiiriHiiiuiii:iiiiinnHHiiiiuuniiniimimuuiiiiim«u iiuumi ■ ' %:«« ' ' " ' iiv. -i ' -s- ■•■ - ' ■• ,„„ .,, ■- " " .v,v.v,rii!, " ' ' JiStf ' Uk: ' »« ' ;;;X Senior Class COLLEGE OF LAW Jim Warren Richardson BOCULASA, LOUISIANA K B Square and (;()mpass: Varsity I ' rcw (Ml. ( l ) : Moot Court (1), (2). (3); Secrt-tary-Tieasuifr Senkii- I aw Class; Business Manager Janibalaya. (Erlitor ' s Note — And a darn good one too.) We hope the citiaens ol ' Bog ' alusa are as proud ol ' .Timmie as are his classmates. Edmond Earl Talbot RUSTON, LOUISrANA A . K A I ' , S N A.B.. Tulane University. IfllS; Olive and Blue: Chair- man University Hop Committee (2); President Y. M. C. A. (3); Varsity Football (1). (3); Forum; President Fi-eshman Moot Court (1); Interfraternity Council (1). (2). 3). Another Noi ' th Louisiana hoy from tlie town of Ruslon; As for legal theories, he can certainly bust ' em. William Addison Walker, Jr. MONROE, LOUISIA.VA K :i LL.B.. Vanderbilt University, 1921; Glee Club. " Never worry about such a minor thiny as work Harper Fitzgerald Willis SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA Mont Couit. " A wise man thinks much, says little. ' Herman Winsberg THIBODAUX, LOUISIANA Class Historian (2), (o). Chief Justice Winsberg. When it comes to legal ti ' aining he ' s a bureau of information. 159 jif ' -v iiiiiiiiinii(iiiiMiMiiiiiiiii(iii(MiiiiiinuuiMuiiiii»mniiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiwMiiiiiiMiii!iinuiii«ii(iiini(inHtnnuuui!iiiifnwmHS(niiHmmMin )i!ui5iD ' flmicBt!im " % ' " ' i ' f V fife 1 1.4 % 11%: Junior Class COLLEGE OF LAW W-rnis : IorRan President A. B. Montg-omeiy Vice-President Stanford B. Owen Secretary-Treasurer Gordon Bi-unson Jambalaya RepresentatiA ' e Walton Porter Bondies, - n DALLAS, TEXAS Quite a clianfve from So. Metliodist University to Law Scliool. Ell, what? Benjamin T. Brown, A K E, K A I NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Olive and Blue Club; Sphinx Club; Varsity Football (1). (2). (3,). (4); Varsity Track Team (1), (2); Varsity Crew (3); Intertraternity Basketball (2); President Tulane Club (3); Jambalaya Representative (3); Vice-President Tech Class ll) ; President (2). Exceedingly quiet, nevertheless a hit in New Orleans society. pai-ticular " y as a cnmouliaged Spaniard. Hugh Gordon Brunson, A 2 t EUNICE, LOUISIANA Forum T iterary and Debating Society; Jambalaya Rep- resentative (1). (2). King- of the parlor ,ioke stiuad. John Olin Chamberlain, B 6 II new orleans, louisiana Piesident Glee Club; Editor Cafe Brulo. To those who are not informed on politics in the Law School, we recommend a conference with J. O. C. Oliver Hypolite Dabezies, AS NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. Glendy Burke (1); Varsity Basketball (1), (3); Scrub Team (2); Moot Court (1 ; Varsit - ( lew (3). The tiue shciihrrd of his fral. Arthur Alexander Delahoussaye, B 6 II FRANKLIN, LOUISIANA Tug-o " - ' Hi- (1); Freshman Cheer Leader (1); Class Vice-President (1); Glendy Burke (1), (2); Crew (21; Oratorical and Debating Society (2); Secretary Inter- frattrnity ( ouncil (2); Tulane Promotion Force (1). (2). Without him. the Collegi ' of Law would close its doors. John Gouch Gibbs shreveport, louisiana Square and Compass. An unclassified Special Student, and .Judd ' s pet. John Wells Harrell, Jr., 2 N RUSTON, LOUISIANA Class President (1); Forum Literary and Debating So- ciety. He sees all. and says nothing, Harvey H. Hebert, A 2 4 , i ' A I NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Class Vice-President (1); Varsity Debating (2); Secre- tary-Treasurer Forum (2); President Forum (3); Moot Court (3). We would like to follow in his footprints. John E. Johnson harrisonburg, louisiana Square and Compass; .Vssistant Business ilanager 1922 Jambalaya. Bound foi- the state legislature. 160 v: . ■v iliiniiiiiiHiiuHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim!iiuuniiiiinuiiiiiiiiiu:HiiiuiiiimiiiiiiiiniiiHiniiiininiiiiiiiin Hiuiiuiiiuuunmi»UHUUi»mM«iiiu«uii . f ii ij!; «efo " " ?! ' t ' ' t - ' T i % ,„ .,„..„,„„;„ ' ■ ' •» ' ife .,.fl?it ' 4 ' » ' » ' ■ ' :::0 Junior Class COLLEGE OF LAW Clancy A. Latham NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Square and Compass. At peace with all persons. Chandl.er Clement Luzenberc, Jr., I A 6, I ' A I NEW ORL.EANS, LOUISIANA He recomnio nds Home book series. Aylmer Eugene Montgomery, Iv 2, K H I ' MONROE, LOUISIANA Vice-President Junior Law Class; Olive and Blue: Intel - I ' l-aternity Council. He expects to finish Law. Vernis Morgan shreveport, louisiana Irquare and Compass; President Junior Law Class. Oh. my! When he gets his feet up. March 27. li)21. will always be remembered. See result of being chicken ianciel- in Class History. Whatever is requested ' is con- curred in by " Dummy. " BiGE Lee O ' Niell EUSTACE, TEXAS Special Student. He endeavored to see the point in the case through the old briar pipe. Stanford E. Owen, $ A 0, K B , ! 2 WHITE CASTLE, LOUISIANA B,S.. A.M., University of Mississippi. 191 -1. 19115; Secre- tary-Treasurer Junior Law Class; Scrub Football Team (1); Fraternity Basketball Team; Moot Court; Interfra- ternity Council. Rated vei-y highly by one whom we all know. Sidney Louis Reynaud lutcher, louisiana A.B.. Spring Hill College. 1820. Harmless. William Harry Talbot, 2 N, A , K A I RUSTON, LOUISIANA Varsity Football (1), (3i; Tulane T Club; Seeretarj- Law Student Body II). They call her " Eva, " " Justinian. " but we think a modern Samuel J. Tennant, Jr. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Wi-istling (1); Junior Basketball (1); Track (1). (2): lilendy Burke (1). (2). (3); Interclass Footb.all (1). (2); T Club 2), (3); Assistant Sport Editor Plullabaloo (3); Moot Court (3); Tulane Promotion Force (3). When you ' re feeling blue, follow Sam. Walter Carnot Vetsch FORT necessity, LOUISIANA B.I.. Louisiana Industrial Institute. 1913; Square and ( " ompass. Confidence reigns supreme. 161 iiiimiiiuiiiiniiiiiMiiiiiMniiiiMumMuuiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiimmiiiniMiMiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuinHiuui»uui!mm HHninm mHim» ■ ' " ■ " .■:: ' ■■:-•«!.«-.•.• ■. " ' ' ■■ ' .-■■•■ 3i? ji.. 1(1 X 1 1 iv. ;: ;v.vtv.: ' " - v|ir;- 7. ' . 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" t« % ' iT - ' fe «1: ' ■f ffe ■:;M- " «!; ' ,„1. atfAiJiS ni6T0HY °T COLLEeE °T COMMERCE A M - ( 3Akw QlCnL TRA ,0 .M-|fe . ;,|A. - P B PEDRiCK JUNiOTi HISTOtllAN COTTON E»C«Af( E OO ' ' T Qe AfRAiO As Juniors Junior ' ' Id mbs " QOinc to see the hedxs nd ' bulls ' DrdLvv-o slips for -fhc Junior Hccfion WHOA ' .L =.4 =€) W ' HEY EDDIE LOOK. AT THIS v © iiiiiii-- ' LeATninq wha-h " strix3dlc " A id ix ' hGdqe ' aj-c Mow ive M1 on becoming Sop hs °:rp " pu ' s I A s° ' ' " s We " kicw ivc were QOiDij io YYAtW3:. ) -COO IciL 2i: — Ifi. O =L. Our cliv-sa was 2k.lwAv good (X+ futures A5 Tresmmelh HOwJ YOU L K T}ie SopK-i wGr vGr_y nicQ to us Uu» ii-nie drGi.m ended 12.. LAWE5 SOPHOMOT?! HI5T0EIAN As Sophs r,s . i — i D ,, == " !; Do«,N(i I We woo fhe Tug -0- V xr — L l5o fhc wrGsflind ' ' H. x:l to liMep ta 5orne HOAIf tam£ s ou Tin : of 1, ' ' I i Tl Oui " schedule coni(Xinr We ivere T,mid on enTcrinq lulduit nothino but lectures As i-reshmen + ' = FRE5HI EQG5 FTJ. HODOES FRESHMAN HISTOTIIAN coctcxa M aiDDAP As Treshmen Urgesi- ' cUsVin H ' ;£torj!V Co 4e ' 4 0 ' " ' " " « ' ' ' " ' - .l-oolbo-ll ' ' ll i ct ' hun+.nc; l£ ir c di 166 - ■■■ " ■ llilliiiiniJiiiiiiiMiimiiiiiniiiHiimiiiimuMiiiimiiii niniiu mmiiii«iiiiffliiiiinMiMiiMmiiiiMiiiiHUimiiiniii»iii«!iiwiiiU( M iiwmil»ui!Ui5illflinimiimil miilliiiill jgl ' -vi " ' " " " " ' " " " " " " " " ' " - ' ■ ' " •.v..,, ,,,„; ' ; .. _ ., ;.,„ ....■.• ,. ■» ■ " " " ' ' ' ' " ' ■ ' " " " ■• " " " .i„..,v.v,„..v„v.vm.,.-„.-..-«. iv ■ Junior Class COLLEGE OF COMMERCE Albert Silverman President H. Walker Garrow Vice-President E. Fay Walter Secretary-Treasurer Parks B. Pedrick . Jambalapa Representative ; Historian DONELSON CaFFREY, Jr. new ORLEANS, LOUISIANA A K E Sphinx. " Thou art true and honest, no blame belongs to thee. " — Timon of Athens. Parks B. Pedrick NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Glendy Burke (2). (3); Vice-Speaker (3); Jambalaya Representative (3); Class Historian (3). " He is a good one, and his worthiness does challenge much respect. " — " Othello. " Albert Weyl Silverman FRANKLIN, LOUISIANA Glendy Burke (3); Class Track (i; ) ; Class Baseball (2); Class President (3); Tulane Club. " Oh I Do not slander him. for he is kind. " — King Rich- ard the Third. E. Fay Walter WINNSBORO, LOUISIANA Vice-President College of Commerce (3): College Jam- balaya Representative (3); Class Secretary-Treasurer. " A kinder gentleman treads not the earth. " — Merchant of Venice. SPECIAL STUDENTS LOWERY V. COLVIN DUBACH, LOUISIANA Samuel E. Lane BESSEMER, ALABAMA CoMAN Norton HAZELHURST, MISSISSIPPI Felix M. Rives SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA K A WiNFRED L. Ross COUSHATTA, LOUISIANA Charles E. Walker WYATT, LOUISIANA President Commerce Student Body. 167 ,:r-v iuiiiiiiiHiiiiiHUMiiitiiiMiiiiiiMumurinnHumuuiiHinMn»iiiiiniii!UH»niiinui)MMnniiininiiiniiiMuiuMmuiuimMiinf(ti)Uiwmitii iiuiiSi ■SS ' " ii.-::..,,.„.-.« ' 3® . 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New Orleans, La. y ij ' p Assistant in cci)unl iiiK- Class Basketball (1) (2); Class Foot- WlLLIAM M. Haile, Jr. . . . New Roads. La. ball (1), (2); Class Ti-ack (1); Vai-sity - Track (1); Second Team Basketball Arthur Harrison, Jr Oxford, Ala. (2); Frat Basketball (1), (2). ■ William Bohnstorff, Jr. . New Orleans, La. P " = Barney Hopkins . . . . Marlon, La. Chester Morey Carre . . New Orleans, La. ki i i . ,., (, Wallace Klecg KLemper , New Orleans. La. K A Hooper Phillips Carter . New Orleans, La. Wlilte Elephants: Olive anrl Blue; Y rp jj Hullabaloo Staff ll). Class Piesident (1): Class Vice-Pi-esl- LoUIS WEINBERGER Lang . New Orleans, La. dent (2): Thii ' teen Club; .Jambalaya Representative (1); Olive and Blue; WiLLARD RappleYE Lawes . New Orleans, La. Class Tug-o--Wai- (1), (2); Captain (1); „ . Class Football (2). ' .Tambalaya Representative (2); Class Don Virgil CayLOR Hugo, Okla. Historian 12). Nat Russell Clark . . . Birmingham, Ala. Harry Joseph Lucas .... Orange, Tex. Ernest Havard Lyons .... Melville, La. Robert Lynn Colomb . . New Orleans, La. Hillman Webb Madison . . , Bastrop, La. II K A 2 X Wbitu Elephants; Olive and Blue. " „, „ I Ki ( . I 1 Thomas D. Mingledorff . Savannah, Ga. William Peter Conery, Jr., New Orleans, La. ' 9 n John Francis McCloskey . . Johnson. Pa. Scrub Team (21; Class Football (2); llTkelbllT ' t " ) ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ■ ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Ad: ian K. McInnis . . . New Orleans, La. Joseph A. Davenport, Jr. . Mer Rouge, La. Mitchell David Nunn . . . Gadsden, Ala. Edward A. Davidson . . . New Orleans, La. Douglas E. O ' Kelley . . New Orleans, La. Ben ATA Olive and Blue; Thirteen Club; Class " " la s Basketball (1); Class Baseball Secretary (1); Class President l2); CD; Class Track (1); Class Football Class Wrestling (1). (2); Class Football (2); Class Ti-easurer (1); Class Seore- (1); Class Basketball (1), 12); Class tai-y (2); White Elephants; Second Baseball (1); Lig-htweight Boxing- Team Basketball (2); Fraternity Bas- Champion (2); Second Team Basket- ketball (1), (2). ball (2); Fraternity Basketball (1), (2). . , xi ■ Allison Owen, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Gus Adolph Elgutter . . . Newellton, La. K A Architectural Society (1); White Ele- Claude T. Gilbreath . . . Columbia, Tenn. phants. Ben William Dean Pearce . Union Springs, Ala. Class Football (1), (2); Captain (1); O T Class Track (1); Scrub Football (1), (2). „ _ „ , V, 1 . Lewis T. Powers, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Gery Eldridce Gilus, Jr. . New Orleans, La. J K 2 A T £2 White Elephants (1); Class Football Class Football (1). (2); Class Tug-o ' - (2). War (1), (2); Class Wrestling (1), (2); , „, x, , ■ Captain (1); Class Track (1); 15S- ISRAEL WeinstEIN . . . New Orleans, La. Pound Wrestling Champion (1). 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' 4.P " . IMERNITIES IT5 HURTINGr 173 iii™n»»nHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu)iu»iiHiiiiiun!iiuiiiHinii» iiuui!iMiiii!iii(ii(iiiiiiiinmiiiM!iiiiMiuminiuimmiimwm»UMiiimi ...».- ' " :v ' . ' MK •.«f S i fe ' ■avis.- -v.,-j, ..v.,;::™.-.v:.L.-.v.Mi» -» " " - " ' " " " " " " ' ' " ' " ■tn " " ' ■ ' ■Hi- " ' S.V.- " . ' . ■ ir ' ' " . " lis., j i .M ' ..fw,. ss • i%i i 1 1 ««= ;si ' a ' % = ' - .,«? " i . «. ' S -- ' ' ' ' " ■ ' ■■■ XII.VM :-S-h..w,i„.. " aD ' A-IJ Alison, Amoss. Barnett, Brown Burns, Carter, Coleman, Colomb, Delahoussaye Elizardi, Ford, Frue, Garrard, E. Hebert, H. Hebert Leake, Madison, Melze, Miller, Montgomery Moses, Owen, Perrilliat, Talbot Tankersley, Wachenheim, Ward, Warren, Wynn 174 .■■■ j, ' %: i ' % iiniiiiiiii»iii:iiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiuMinHiiiiiuinuuuiuiiiiiii)iiiiniiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiHiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiuuiinuiuuiuu iiiiiiH»u(niuiiH»i«iii uu!i5iBBmiMii •Ci ' .v3i5 0V!.;i!ym„.,„,„„..:„,„„MjS ' ■■■■i Fraternities of Tulane University Kappa Alpha Sigma Nu Sigma Alpha Epsilon Phi Kappa Sigma Zeta Beta Tau Sigma Chi Delta Tau Delta Delta Kappa Epsilon Pi Kappa Alpha Delta Sigma Phi Sigma Alpha Mu Alpha Tau Omega Phi Delta Theia Kappa Sigma Beta Theta Pi Sigma Pi The Tulane Council of Fraternities The Inlerfraternity Council of Tulane University is the outgrowth of the old Pan-Hellenic Societies and is a result of the desire on the part of the fraternities and university authorities for a medium through which the various chapters in the university might come into close contact for ihe discussion of all matters conducive lo the best interest of the fraternities and the university. It is composed of two men from each fraternity represented at Tulane, and a chairman, ihe last named being a member of the faculty. Its main objects are lo fix rules and regulations relative to fraternity activities and conduct, to prompt inlerfraternity activities and contests, and to foster a better student spirit in the university. Prof. Hal Walters Moselev A. A. Delahoussaye . . . . Officers Chairman Jas. T. Allison Treasurer Secretary F. Edw. Hebert Reporter Kappa Alpha — W. J. Amoss F. Tankersley S-igma Nu — E. E. Talbot E. B. Warren Delegates Sigma Chi — H. F. Madison C. Perrilliat Delia Tau Delia — William C. Frue Ted Carter Alpha Tau Omega — Ben C. Coleman Stone Leake Phi Delia Thela— Steve Owen M. W. Miller Sigma Alpha Epsilon- Jas. T. Allison L. F. Garrard Delta Kappa hpsilon- Ben T. Brown LyLE RiCHESON Kappa Sigma- - A. E. Montgomery L. E. Williford Beta Thela Pi— H. O. Colomb A. A. Delahoussaye Phi Kappa Sigma — F. N. Talbot D. D. Warren 2.eta Beta Tau — A. Wachenheim, [r. W. M. Barnett, Jr. Pi Kappa Alpha — (ames Elizardi " H. a. Ward Delia Sigma Phi — F. Edw. Hebert Harvey H. Hebert Sigma Pi — R. S. Wynn L. R. Melze Sigma Alpha Mu — Harold Moses H. N. Leopold 175 . •■v ■fe ' ' v ' - ■■ _ « .- miiiiiiiwMiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiMiHiHii!itiiiiii«ii(ninH«niiiiiMiimiiiii!wiiiiiiiHiiwii)inii!iiniii(iiiiiiMu»ttiM ii«i!!uiM!»!miHnui «wi»iiiUMunMS ■ ' %. Pimm fe?: - isay 1 AMI : J VMJ A! t r u .-.jifti i wA v tA " i » " .sr Si3 " 1% - - «3« " " ' f ;{; " iSSSf j i, iSW ' ' ; ii : ; : ■St " " " ' »»»i v„,.vS;!JS;i- AmOSS, ArCH1N RD, AvRES, ByiRKLEY Barnett, Brown. Coleman, Dinkins, Feild Cranberry, Grayson, Hollins, Hopkins, Irwin Kemper, Kent, Kleinpeter, Lyons, McClendon Montgomery, Mysing, A.. Owen, E. Owen, Hoffpauer Miller, Payne, Rives, Rcehl, Rudolph J. SoTT, W. Scott, Swelling, Tankersley, White Williams, Wogan, Wolfe, E. Vennard, L. Vennard 176 iiiiniHmHiiiiinHnitnmMiiiHiuiunHiiiiiiiniumHniiiMiwMiiiiiimmiiiiiuHiiiiHiHiiiuiiiiiiiiiniuiuiinuiuuuuiiumiiuiniUHnwuiniHiuiSiBMi Sju. wdki i?| ' - ' ! " ' ' " , .! ;: " ■ ' ' " ■ " ' " " ■ " " " •■:•.. ' ' ' ■ ' ' " ' " " ' " ' " " " 5 C " ?% ' ir % " ; -; ■■ " i W ' % ' ' • ' ■ w%.- .«?.fe» . SI.. «.A„ ■nmf ' .■■■ P . :.v K Alpk appa Aipna Founded in 1865 PSI CHAPTER OF KAPPA ALPHA Established in 1882 Chapter Home, 2010 State Street Fratres in Facultate Robert Sharp, Praidcnl Emeritus. A.M., Ph.D. Chandler C. Luzenberg, A.B., LL.B. Charles P. Fenner, A.B., LL.B. James Winston, A.B. H. E. Buchanan, Ph.D. J. W. Hopkins, A.M. Harold Dinkins A. W. Mysing J. Walter Amoss C. C. Rudolph John J. Archinard John Coleman E. H. Lyons Howard Roehl Henderson Barkley H. B. Cranberry Lawes Klienpeter Edwin Miller Ted Kraemer Fratres in Universitate Seniors Edward Hollins Juniors W. K. Irwin Sophomores John Snelling Jack Ayres P. B. Hopkins Allison Owen Willie Scott G. G. Brown Freshmen Murphy Snelling Edouard J. Wocan E. S. Barnett Clark Hoffpauer E. J. Owen Lawrence Vennard Marlin Fields Douglas Kent R. B. Montgomery H. J. Williams D. Kent Felix Tankersley Wallace Kemper Felix Rives Clarence Snelling Edwin Vennard Russell McCLENDO Joe T. Scott McLiN White Robert Wolfe 177 4 411..: iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii(niiiM(iiiii»iiiiiiiHniuiiiiittiitiiMniiuiii)iiiiminiitiiiiiiiiii»iiiiiniiwiiiiiiiiinit!iinin»iHi M«Mmi«ifu»mwwi!i»mnOTflmiM!iim! ■ " ■•.■.■).t3 " " " " " ti» umv..v.-.vt|.i,.. I. i.. :£ " % JJ44. ¥ J»l. • »■ " iiEs j.,?i -. .is, -fejt! ' ' ' Baldwin, Blak.emore, Briere, Bush, Byron Drennan, Farmer, Little. Lockard, Ludlow H.F.Madison, H.W.Madison, Martin, Nairne, Perrilliat Ray, Tyrone, Warner, Williams 170 ' y ' " j ' " " ' ; ' • »■ .s-- ' .!» ' - •■ ■ :r ' v . -- )iiiiiiinwnii»iuMiiHiiiiMi»Mnnmu»»nMiiiiii»iiiMMin»itiiinMiiiimffl!i»iiniinnnii«n(inniMMHMiinuiiiuiiiiniu»uHUUi«mw«iii iiuii5iiiflmicB ■%. ri ' i ' MS I1I11WV.-I ' A«»«VV MIM1( (H „|,.,, ■ ' ■•■•.•.■.•.,:,j,.,,„;,„,„,„u,.„v..m™.™».i. " .M ' " - ' ' - ■• " " " ' " ■■■ " " ' " .•..«.„,. „„ .,.„„.,.. ,.,„„„.-.:M ' ' " Xii S K ' ri ,( ' H I . MAnisoN, Jr Sigma Chi Founded 1856 AIPHA OMICRON PI OF SIGMA CHI In Faculty I R. E. D. F ' enner Jos. W. Carroll Dr. V. C. Smith Dr. P. A. McIlhennv Seniors E. H. Roy D. ' 1. Uvrok C. M. Wab,-,kr H. A. Farmer C. L. Nairne A. H. Little H. W. Madison W. Drennan J. Blakemore Juniors H. C. Ludlow Sophomores G. D. Williams G. P. Martin Freshmen S. Baldwin R. Bush J. N. LOCKARD C. H. Tyrone W. C. Perrii [iat R. N. HopsoN R. Brierre ,if-.} , f 179 fH liiiiiiiii»ni;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiui«iiumiu;iiiHiiiMii«iiiiiiiimiiiiffliiiiiHiiiiniiiiiiiifiniuiiiiiiiuuiiiimiiMimuw»!(m!Umm«liium! ■ " " ■ S , ■ ' „. 1 ' " ' " " % ' 7 " %. --M ' l " 1%:.. • " Wii, ,4li2j J ., ,, ;j, ' ,S5«;t Carre, Carter, Coleman. Gillis, Gillespy Hodges, H. Johnson, N. Johnson, King, Leake Palmer Madden, Owen, Porteous, Rike, Saunders Shaver, Southard, Starr, Stoutz, Woltz 180 iiiiiiniiii«iii»ninninHiMiiiuiniMnniHinnnnHin»MwiiiiiHiMiiiiiiiniiHmwiiiiii " iiiiiiiiniiiiiniuHU!nuiuiiuiiiiiiiiiuu((uni«iimiiii»iiMi5illflmiC0H»» •■!S ' - ' ' - ' ' " ' ' ' " " " --Ui i,f:n%,xui!iiJ. ' . Alpha Tau Ome a Founded 1 863 BETA EPSILON CHAPTER OF ALPHA TAU OMEGA Established 1887 In Faculty Nathan C. Curtis, Ph.B., B.S. Chas. L. Eshelman, A.B., M.D. Randolph Lyons, A.B., M.D. Lawrence DeBuys, M.D. Allan C. Eustis, M.D. W. Porteous Nash Johnson Seniors John Lynton Madden J. S. Southard Ben E. Coleman R. R. GlLLESPY Juniors Julian Palmer H. O. Woltz SOPHQMORES Heeer C. RrKE HcopER Carter Garvin Sauneers B. G. Owen Edward Shaver Stone Leake Henry Stoutz Tom Kino Freshmen Floyd Hodges Chester Carre Pledges Percy Ford G. Gilli? Greer Woltz C. W. Starr Gray Doswell Homer Johnson 181 ' . i ' iiiiHMiiiiinHiiiiMiiiiiiiiHi ' iiiiiuiiuiiiiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiHHiiHiuiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiinniiMiiiiiniiiiiiiiiin H«uuiUiui ninniu iiu(HiUfflmHinuiU!iSfflflfflicniH ' ■ " ■- !,, „«;to t5 cifc ' ' ' Abbott, Bailey, Benton, Blackshear, Brumfield Cheathem, Cherry, Cook, Evans. Hargrove Harrell, Havard, Kennedy, Martinez, Monget Rabb, Rose, Scott, E. Talbot. H. Talbot Turpin, Wall, Wooten 182 ; - » ■ !•■-- V ■.. iiiii«iii»iiHHiuMii!iiiiiMiMnnui»MtiiniMniniHiiunniiii»iii)inimiiiiHiiHiiii«i»iiiiinii»iiiiiMiiiiM»Mni iuiiiiinwH nuiuiH!iwiiiinui»ii5ni ' fliniow " •S: iSVb ' i -Sv i?! ' ' ? " ®.-. :,;imf,_ -;!!j;; ' " ' " ' ' - ' " " .if(t ,„,j,.,„„I , ' Ilk. " " ' iil ni ' i ' iy, ' a; iili ' ■• ' ' ■l:-fi " " " " -i ' - Sigma Nu Founded 1867 at the University of Virginia BETA PHI CHAPTER OF SIGMA NU Installed 1833 Fratres in Facultate J. M. McBrvde, Ph.D., Litt.D. Charles Dunbar, LL.B. Fratres in Univ-ersitate Seniors D. B. Martinez Ecmond E. Talbot D. J. Rose William B. Abbott Kenneth M. Bailey G, W. Blackshear C. S. Carter R. H. Brumfield Ecmond E. Talbot Juniors W. H. Cook R. E. Evans J. W. Harrell, Jr. Sophomores C. A. Havard R. Y. Rabb M. D. Hargrove, Jr. J. R. Horn, Jr. R. L. Kennedy W. H. Talbot W. M. Scott R. B. Benton G. R. Cheatham R. H. Cherry J. M. HOULAHAN Freshmen James Irwin Jacob Landry G. H. MONCET B. N. Sewell H. H. TuRPiN W. D. Wall G. A. Wooten 183 ' 1 i iiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiuiinitniniinHtiiiiiMiMiimiiiiiiimtniniiiiiiiitiiiiniiiuiifiiiiiiiinHiiiriuutuitiiiiniiiiUHUUiiiiwmiiiuiiiinsn ..■_-i ' ' - ; S!;;ii- ;.; ■.v. " ■ •■ ' S ■ " „ ' f« ' ' " =j,„;;;;,„„„„ — .v. v-,.Itl " " " " ' ' i- ' -- ' ' - " 5 ' ' ' ' ' ' -i J ' ' ' Breazeale Carter Catchins Chandler Darrington Fitzgerald A. Frue W. Frue Gamble Grant Knolle Lewis McInnis O ' Kelley Oliphant Walters 184 ■ " ■ ' iinwii»ii«uiiunniiMiMiiMintntuuti»iiin»niwiitMiin»i«iiuiiiiiiiii™iHWiiiiuniiniiiiiiiiiiiiii»(nniiMima»in»imuHiunnwmiiii ii!iiiSiiiBmim ■ 9M IS " ' ™ Delta Tau Delta Founded 1859 at Bethany College BETA XI CHAPTER OF DELTA TAU DELTA Established 1889 Pierce Butler Fratres in Facultate Stanford Chaille Jamison Dr. J. P. 0 ' Kei.lev Ted Carter S. A. Chanler W. C. Frue Henry Breazeaie A. K. McInnis A. C. Frue Fratres in Universitate Seniors G. B. Grant Juniors Charles Catchins William Dixon Guy Knolle E. Fay Walter Sophomores Gilruth Darrington Walter Newburn Freshmen Harry P. Gamble, Jr Hillman Oliphant Don V. Caylou Willard Fitzgerald Clyde Lewis W. M. Devereux Douglas E. O ' Kelley John Norton 185 i;i!!iitiiWMi(i:MiiiiiiiiM;iniiiMiiutintiiutHunii!iuiiiiniiiiii!iiiiiiiii(iiim!i;:;iiiiiiiiniunM»niiiiinH»«nu; ' .niuiiMnv.iuu!iiiU!iwm«iu»un5iEBmiK J ' ¥■ It::: Ji . ' ,.. v. - - ' .-- ■ iV . ' Sif ' " :: ' .:: ' V „AV ■:W.Vite JSV ' " — vr -J .. ;r- m ' " ' IS ' 1? „„ ,. ;i;j ..,...,:: Xj j ' " %. Cato, Clark, Farnsworth, D. Grace E. Grace, Kerrigan, Lamprecht, Loranger Luzenberc, Miller, Owen, Phillips Shepard, C. M. Smith, M. B. Smith, Storck Unsworth, White, Wright 186 -■- " - . " t .. " . J -:. ■ ' ' .v ' Q iMiimiiHMmNiiiiMiiiiiiiMiiiiiiuuuiiuiuMiiiiHuiiinHuiiiHHiumimMiwiiiiiinniiiiMiuiiiiiiiuiinHHunuuuiuuniimuunuumimuinumw ! " s? ' ?5! ' if-! " : " ' ' " " ' a,, Mi ' • ' = ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' " .« " ■■ i8 ' 5 ' " ' " ?. " ' ' ' " " " ' " " " " " " " " ' " iS " " " ' " ' " -- ' " " v. ,,,.,,,,.™ « 5;;|i iMfi% ' ' " " m " " %. .ft ?r -V. ■-.;;•, ■• ' ' " " ' ' - ' " - y — Phi Delta Theta Founded 1848. Miami University LOUISIANA ALPHA CHAPTER OF PHI DELTA THETA Fratres in Facultate J. BiRNEY Guthrie, B.Sc, M.D. H. B. Gessner, A.M., M.D. Charles Warren Duval, M.D. P. BoRcsTROM, Ph.D. Milliard E. Miller, M.D. Hamilton Polk Jones, .A.M. Marion Sims Souchon. M.D. Pedro Miller, M.D. F. L. Cato Newton Sebastian George Farnsworth Nat Clark John Unsworth Daniel Grace Frank Phillips Fratres in Universitate Seniors Edward Grace A. M. Parsons Juniors Emmett Kerrigan Morrell W. Miller Sophomores Stanford E. Owen Richard White Freshmen George F. Lamprecht C. Magill Smith Chandler Luzenberc Charlton Shepard Ambrose H. Storck M. BoULiGNY Smith Claron L. Wooten Paul D. Lorancer Malcolm Wright 187 %0 ' ..y iuiiiiiiniHi»iiuMiiiiinMiiMiM)iiiininiHi»iMnii»ii»iiiiMiwn!iiiwiiiiimiHHii»Hiniiiii(iiiiniiiniHH»»»ii«m »nwmUin«Hm m«iiiui!HiSiDflmiM ' • ' i: .)iCii!Jt ' ■■ ' it :ii? ,SS " Alison, Armstrong, Bell, Callahan, Caraway, Cowart Dawkins, Day, Elmer, Gailiard, Garrard, Gordon Hawley, Jervey, Jones, Jordan, Kendrick, Lausen M. Legendre, S. Legendre, McAnally, McDonald, Payne, Pitts PiCFORD, Polk, Richardson, Taylor, Texada D. WoMACK, W. Womack, Wright 188 iiiiiiiiiimniiHniiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiuMintiuiiiuiiiuuiuHiiiMiiiiiiitmiiwniimiiiiiiiMiinniuiiiiiiiuniuiiuiMuimmiiiiiimuMn C " % ;«.vfc.™,„,...,„„. i,c|j „.,...-.-.:.-.v.- " :-.v. . " ' 0r{-ty " -w.,„„:„„.,.ut0 ..■„..■. - " -• ' •■■ ' " — " " ; ■■ " " ' ••■ " .v„„,™,„ „.„„,,™ ,.,„„.«...v.. i?;2i ' ff $%, ' ' •Kty., M " " ' % " ' " % % " ' %. .«»?«. ' .» , ,i, .:.; ?i " l %:. ,. g-]Vi. ■ -- " «■•» „ „,„ ' " ' ■■ ' ■ -nb, , J!s» „,? 4 i, ■.- ' ■.•::5 - Sigma Alpha Epsilon Founded March 9, 1859, University of Alabama 1..0UISIANA TAU UPSILON CHAPTER OF SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Established 1897 Fratres in Facultate Donald Derickson James A. Lyon John Dicks John Pratt Fratres in Ums ersitate Seniors Edi ey H. Jones Wilton G. Pitts Juniors William M. Barrett KiRBY Day David R. Womack. Sophomores Webb W. Jordan Russell Pigford Archibald Taylor Freshmen Leon Caraway Wilson Gailiard Robert Hawley Charles W. McAnally Curtis Taylor James F. Allison Frank T. Dawkins Morris Legendre Don R. Armstrong Sidney Legendre J. R. Richardson David J. Callahan Robert W. Kendricks W. B. Womack Hugh Lausen Kent W. Ruble B lanchard Texada John D, Bell Charles Elmer Lawrence Gordon Kenneth MacDonald Earle V. Polk O. H. Cowart Lewis Garrard Henry Jervey Wilbur B. Payne Gordon Wright 189 i ' f. ]|HtitniHintiiiiiiHM!itiiif[iinituutniuuiHniiiiuniHniiiu )iuuiiitmii(mii{iii) iiniiiiiuiiMUu ;;;■; ■s ' ; ■ Vl. ' SfH! " ' " " ' ' ' ' ' " ' " ' " ' ' ' " ' " ' " " " " " f 11 " " " " fr " ' ' ffei ■ ' " ■f i Hfe ■-:• i ■■■ ' ' — " ■■ ' ■ ' ' ' •-■. " - v i i Vl!i. ' . ' III; . .■!... i i -Sl iiit ' ' ' .• ' :i ' .3: 1 :$! ' ' ' ..M! v.. „„..,.. Vi ' " ' ' ' iv -jS ' lSt- " ' iViV J JVt ' ' ' • ' .j " ' C. Andry, p. Andry, Basinger, A. Brown B. Brown, Burns, Caffery, Conover Dayries, DuPont, Hodges, Jones, Kemper Lautenschlaeger, McCay, McConnell, McLean O ' Shee, Schneidau, Sharborough, Van Horn, Walmsley 190 " , iiiiiiiinunuiiiwMiiiniiiifiiMinniiitiiitinitiiiinMiiiniiiiiuuuininimiiwiiuiiiitiinniiniiiftiiiiiiiiuiuuiHtttiiuiiitnwwuiffUiuiuwHiiuiiuiisiD inic pifW ' lip- " ' - " ■ ' siV;-: ,.,.,„,„,,„,«„miiMvA-. i " " " ' " •■■ " " ' ■■.Kv««i„»..,„„,....v i,.iv.w.- ' " " -. ' . " --- " ;:;:.. f:i; .«!i ' ;i ' ? ' « " iH .ii( $ ' • ' ■■ ' " " 1 i „. A ? . ' ;,-;««!!fl - hW ' n ■juigi Delta Kappa Epsilon Founded 1884 TAU LAMBDA CHAPTER OF DELTA KAPPA EPSILON Chartered 1899 Fratres in Facultate Nicholas Callan Dr. H. Daspit Fratres in Universitate Senior: James T. Burns Juniors RCSWELL C. Basinger James Kemper Sophomores Benjamin T. Brown Shirley Hodges Gordon McLean Paul Andry Richard McConnell Charles Andry James C. DuPont Eugene Richard Herbert Schniedau J. A. Dayries William O ' Shee Freshmen Alfred Brown Sherwood Higgs Lacey Richeson 191 . " •v DONELSON CaFFREY Thompson McCay Lyle Richeson Joseph Jones Watson VanBenthuysen Wm. Van Conover Lester Lautenschlaeger DeVan Sharborough Hughes Walmsley ,..-- " iiiiiiiHMiiiHUMiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiuiiiiuinuiiiiiitHiuHuiii Hiiiiiiiii(iiiinH«iin»iniiiii iii(iiiiuiuiHHiuiuuuuuiii»i«uu (nin«iwui(iUM»n5raflniiCQ»»ii ■ ' ■w;,„, sc ' a;; Abbott, Chamberlain, Clyde, Davenport, Harkell Hess, Hunter, Kendall, Kirksey, McBride Milan, Montgomery, C. Moss, W. Moss, Murray Pearce. Pitts. Roberts, Smith, Stickley Talley, J. Walker. W. Walker, Wicgin 192 .;V " -., : ■•if " : iiiiiimiiiHiiiiMiiiiniiiiiiHiiiiiiu»iuuuiiiuiiiuuiiiMiniiuiiiiiiiiiimiiMmiHnimiiiMiimiiHiuuiiiii»uHiuuu»uiim»HUi((ui iiiuiuii» uuii5in ' ' ■ ' ■■- ? ■ ' .!;;:.. ' 5,,. ■...,« • ' " ■:... . Jli! ' l ' So 1 • ' ■ ' " ■ ' ,., , " ' iUii. -.fe .i.ii vc. " " ' " " " ' " ' ' " " " ■ ' " ' ' " • " ' " " " ■■• ' ' jS Kappa Sigma Founded 1867, University of Virginia SIGMA CHAPTER OF KAPPA SIGMA Installed 1889 Fratres in Facultate Melvin Johnson White, Ph.D. Emmett Bayne. B.A. Wm. p. Brown, M.A. Milton A. Voorhxs, M.S. Charles Abbott Marcel Livaudais Jerome Chapman C. T. Smith W. A. Clyde Dan K. Murray Carrington Walker Garrow Clement Moss Ray J. P. Talley Fratres in Umversitate Seniors Forrest Harrell Wm. M. McBriee Juniors A. E. Montgomery Wm. D. St;ckley Sophomores W. A. Hutchinson Reynolds D. Smith Freshmen Donald Chamberlain David Hunter Walter Moss L. K. H. Redditt 193 Wm. T. Hess DeWitt Milam Wynn Pearce Chas. C. Wiggins T. W. Kirksey L. E. WlLLIFORD J. Mortimer Walker Joe Davenport K. S. Kendall John Pitts John Roberts iiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifi»(iiiuHHiuuiiMinin»iiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiniiiiiMiHiiiiiiuniiniiMinHMMiuMn»i»»ntiHiiw imumn»fUiim WHii»»u»B t-:..:..v,.---:m Vr- f ki ' i gs;V.- " ' i- " ».vi,.v.,i:: iOI ■ ' ' !% ' ' " il " ' " ' =««aw- ' " P vrtfe ■;:-;?i. " ' vi S-CfA ' ■M«s.„,..„..v,. " " ' " " " ■ ' ' ■ ' - ' ' g.vl -- ■■ ti t ■= 3 ' ' Bannister, Barnes, Braumiller, Chaffee, Crockett Douglas, Ford, Gardner, Godat, Harrison Koonce, Miller, Nunn, D. Perkins, E. Perkins, Powers L. Rau, N. Rau, Schmidt, Simpson, Talbot TowNSEND, Warren, C. Wirth, W. Wirth, Wyatt 194 iiiiiiiiiiH«iiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiMiuiiMnii»MiiimimiiiiHuiiiiiHi)imuiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiii " i»iiMiiiiiiiniMuuiiiii»miiii»mnuiiiii , V,,.S (IW " l ' ' l miKilJgS ...SC . . ' :■ .,fjk %, 1%, .■,:;ji " " " i ' ..„„„„„,;Ai,OA„„«- Colors: Gold and Black Phi Kappa Sigma Founded 1850, University of Pennsylvania Publicatiot] : Phi Kappa Sigma News Letter Thirl;y-one Active Chapters MU CHAPTER Established in 1858 Flotvcr : Chrysanthemum John A. Crcckett Fratres in Universitate Seniors DosiTE H. Perkins WiLLARD WiRTH E. W. TOWNSEND C. M. Bannister W. L. Rau Juniors Henry D. Barnes FoRNO M. Talbot W. P. Gardner D. D, Warren J. Irvin Chaffee Philip Koonce Lewis T. Powers John Braumiller Norman Rau Sophomores Claude H. Ford Mitchell Nunn Freshmen Edw. Godat J. B. Schmidt Charles Wirth Arthur Harrison, Jr. Earl A. Perkins Ben K. Wyatt Wm. Miller John Simpson 195 iliiiiiiiiui!:v.iiiiiiMiiiiiiiinii;Miiiii«iuuiMuiiiiiuiiniiiMiutiiiiiiiiii!iii;ii!iiiiiiiiiuiMnii!iif!;ii!;i!;;;:; " K;ur.;;!Ui:o ' .U!!UU!nuuumiiniiiuffi Attaway, Bancroft, Barnes, Brian, Brown Campbell, Colomb, Edwards, Elizardi, Farley Freret, Head, Lawes, D. Long, G. Long MooNEY, Morton. Robbins, Sims, Stahel Ward, Winters 196 iiiiiimiiiMiiiwiiiiiMiiMiiiiiiiMMiinMinniiinmmuuiinM miiiiiimmiiwiiiiiinMiiiiiiiniiiniuiiniuiiuuuuuuui)i;uH»iuHui im«uiiiuHmi5™ ' ■■■■ ' . ■ ' " " % " ll Pi K Alphj appa mpna Founded 1868 E I A CHAPTER OF PI KAPPA ALPHA Installed 1878 Dr. John A. Lanford Dr. Octave Cassegrain J. V. Elizardi H. Wl.NTERS W. R. Lawes W. H. Head Walter Barnes J. N. Edwards G. D. Long Fratres in Facultate Dr. Robert A. Strong Fratres in Universitate Senior C. F. Attaway Juniors D. J. Farley Sophomores C. K. Sims C. H. Campbell F. C. Ashby G. P. ROBBINS Freshmen R. Stahel v. d. mooney Morgan Brian C. S. Williamson, Jr. James Roberts G. P. Robbins W. Bancroft L. COLOMB H. A. Ward D. M. Long A. T. Brown C. H. Morton 197 i:;:!iii::!:;i:;;::!!::::;::::::;;::::::!!:i;;;;!i:;Mu::; " ;;: ii!!i!!;;;i!;: iii ' .iiiniiunsiEsm ' .Miiimiiimmniiiii " " " .■:: -!i„-. ' .-« " ' - " ' " ' ' ,..: ' :. ' ;;MS ' .•A v.-. uwv.n; ' ,v. ' . ' J .■ ' ■; Baltzer, Berwick, Chamberlain, Clay. Coloivsb CoNERY, E. Davidson, G. Davidson, Delahoussaye, DePass Ellis , Gilbreath, Henican, Hodges, Joubert Law, Leyman, Murrell. Oechsner. Reiss Stiles Villere, Walshe, Webb 198 .-iT-- ' iniiimiiiimiiniiiimiiiiiii MiMiuiiiniiuiiMiinHi«iiiHuiiniiiutimwiiiii»i»iiMMUMuniiii(nininuHuuiui»i»iniiinimi»fniiumw iiiniiun5iDflmiM!ii iiiiimiiiiiiii)i .!, " : " ! " ' ' - " " " - ' ii»:m:„i ' 1 O. J. Chamberlain Edmund Souchon Oscar J. Bienvenu Claude Gilbreath Ralph W. Baltzer Geo. a. Davidson Joseph P. Henican W. J. Lyman William Wrighi .-.,.) Beta Theta Founded 1839 BETA XI CHAPTER OF BETA THETA PI Installed 1908 Chapter House, 10 0 Audubon Street Fratres in Facultate Dr. Charles J. Bloom Dr. Wm. P. Bradburn Dr. Muir Bradburn Archibald M. Suthon Fratres in Univer.sitai e Senior Harry F. Stiles Juniors Henry O. Colomb Clarence H. Webb Sophomores William P. Conery William Law Frederick C. Oechsner Freshmen W. J. Berwick W. K. DePass D. Ernest Hodges Ernest Villere Arthur Delahoussavf Thomas H. Wheelock Edw. a. Davidson Richard C. Murrell Gordon E. Clay Prioleau Ellis, Jr. Leon Joubert Frank S. Walshe James J. Riess 199 r-n ' ' y y ' ' : ' ; ' •V V .■■:■:: ■• ;•: ' ■•. .■■ ' ' ■■ti .i ' ' - ci ' ' ■■ •■■■ : ' ■ ' - .-• ' •■ " ■■■.... ■ ' ■ " ■ ' ■•■... iiiiraiiiw»iiiiiuiiMiiiiiMiiiinMiiii!(iti(iiiitniniitiiiMiiiiiii«iii!iiiimiiiiiinitiiii«iiiniiiniiniiniiiiii!tuuiiM;!»i»iniwmi»(tii»n!iw«inuiunOTfl ,„;;; %.. ' ? " ■ate s .- ' Ht r ' « ■ ' ii ' ' ' ' " Barnett Besthoff BODENHEIMER Cahn Dahlman Haas Hjrsch Marks Meyer MORAIS Newman Wachenheim 200 iiiiiiiiiiHinMiMMiMiiiniMiiMuiniMnniHiMnnu!HiiiwMiMMU!!iii!!!;i!iii!iiiiinn!iiriiiin!!iininiiiiniiutwtinituiUMiiWi»iUiMiiuwtiuiiiuiiun5iii ' Amiut " ' W. f Mi ' r i?;i ;- ' ' ' ' ' " ' " ' ' ' !!!v;y, ' . " " . " . ,„„„„,„„„„„Mji iW-y, ' ' - ' ' ' ' " " " " " .iitinttiii ' : . ■ •;J;f " " " - " " ' »-.,v„;SiK£i- ' ' Zeta Beta Tau Founded 1898 SIGMA CHAPTER OF ZETA BETA TAU Established 1909 Fratres in Universitate Seniors Sidney J. Besthoff, Jr Walter M. Barneti, Jr. Mervin G. Mokris Juniors Leon S. Cahn Walter Bodenheimer I luGH KOHI.MEYER Sophomores Leonard Dahlman Alfred Hirsch Sidney Marks Albert Wachenheim, Jr. Nathan Haas Harry Lucas Freshmen Robert Newman Walter Meyer 201 ..-■•• " " ■: . .«¥ ' •-. : iiiiiiiiiiHiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiii!iiiu«MMiuinuinii»u;Hiiuun»iiiiiiwiiiiffliimiiiMiMiiiiiiiiiiiinuiii n!innummuifflumu»iiiiim m iin S.o ' A ' Ji ' : Brown, Collins, Dabezies, C. Devron. L. Devron Ernst, Gerard, C. Hartwell, H. Hartwell, H. Hebert E, Hebert, Hirsch, Hopkins, Hustedt, Lind Russell, Schmedtje, Taylor, Walls 202 ■ ' a " V _ --J iiiiiiiiii»»iiiMnHMiiiiHiiiniHiumunHiHUMMiHuiiiiiwniwii)imwiiHiuiHiiiiiiinniu»ii(Miiii(n»iM»iiuHi»iiii!niiiiuuniiiii»w»iiiunuii5iiismiraiii»H ,---:::y$l!: S ' ;. -S So ' ?- ; ' ■•! ' i» ' ;--«.S ' " ' .,„xif: ' Delta Sigma Phi Founded 1899, College of Cily of New York CHI CHAPTER OF DELTA SIGMA PHI Installed 1916 Fratres in Facultate John A. O ' Brien Lewis F. Waiceman Fratres in Universitate Edw. J. Brown Harry H. Hustedt Jeffrey H. Collins Leonhard E. Devron Khyllis C. Reese F Edw. Hebert Carl Hartwell Warren A. Hirsch David Manson Fred E. Stulb Seniors Oliver H. Dabezies Davis A. Robinson Juniors Cyril G. Devron, B. Sc. Harvey H. Hebert Sophomores E. Garland Walls Freshmen William Hartwell JosiAH H. Hull Edward C. Morgan H. Oliver Ernjt R. Olney Russell Roy B. Gerard Maurice A. Hopkins Thomas B. Taylor Thos. W. Arrington Grant Hays Carl Lind Stephen Schmedtje Wayne Stovall 203 .-r- iiiimHi«Hi(iHiiMiiiiiiiii(iuiiiiumuin»Minmimii»iiuii»iiiiniimiiiiimimiiiiiiMmii»iiiniiiiMiuiM»iiummMimHm)H(funmiw«iiium -■ " " " ' SiiBk l1t % vl • »•w A «llMIJM,„„.., " ■■■ " • " ■•AM V. V.„..A..., Vi,i««w-(MIV it " ' " ' " " ' " " »v.as;£5 Armstrong, Bondies, Brandin, Brown, Burnett, Bvrd Chancellor, Christman, DeLoach, Dixon, Erwin, Farragut Gill, Gordon, Gore, Gullatt, Haile, Haller Houston, Jones, King, Lantrip, Melze, Moseley Newsom, Noble, Rickey. F. Setzler, G. Setzler, C. Smith J. Smith, M. Smith, Sneed, White, Wynn 204 iiiiiimiiiMmiiinnnuniiiiiiiMiuiiiinuuiiiuuimiiuiinMimiiiiiiiimiii(iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin(iiiiiiiiiuiuunuiu» iuii uHiuuiuuiifflmitnui» „•.■■„ .•?;!:- ' " ' " - " " " ' - " " ' " i« li ' jujjg Sigma Pi Founded 1897, Universily of Vincennes OMICRON CHAPTER OF SIGMA PI Installed March, 1919 Chapter House, 7223 Elm Street Fratres in Facultate Dr. Edward Ambrose Bechtel Fratres in Universitate W. F. Armstrong R. L. Gordon W. E. Jones H. W. Rickey W. P. BONDIES D. B. Lantrip Eswi.M E. White Donovan C. Brown L. D. Farragut Ralph King J. Lennard Smith Terry Byrd C. B. Gullatt Seniors A. C. Burnett S. D. Gore e. e. moseley George B. Setzler Juniors O. W. Britt L. R. Melze Sophomores V. A. Brandin E. L. Gill S. L. Newman Freshmen Roit. Chancellor J. M. Houston 205 Wm. M. Dixon E. N. Haller S. P. Noble Wm. R. Sneed N. C. Erwin Madison L. Smith R. S. Wynn R. J. Christman Wm. M. Haile, Jr. C. Lamar Smith F. P. Seltzer Geo. W. DeLoach H. B. Rickey " y " " ' . . iiiiiiiiiniintiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiMiiiiHiiiiiifitiniuinnuiiiniiwiiiiiiiitiiMm«ii«i»i«iiiiinuinnii»iniiiniMiM«iinmii»Hn»wuunMiu«mHi!uii»»5illflmiM « ,5ia- »! .;;;. -««• ' " Bernstein COHN Goldsmith Good KULLMAN Mansberg Marcus Marx MlNSKY H. Moses L. Moses Roes L. Saiewitz S. Saiewitz Zerkowsky ZlVITZ 206 iiiiiminiimiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiMiitiiit mnMmtuiniHUHiHiiiiiiiHiiiummiiiiniuiHuiiMiniiiHiiiniiiiiniHuuiuuuumnuumuuniunmHuiiuHUiiSiliflmimnmiimiiiniiiiii ■ r- ? ' M $ ti ' ::!? - ' ' " " " " ' Sigma Alpka Mu Founded 1909 at ihe College of ihe Cily of New York Sigma Gamma Cnapter oi Sigma Alpha Mu Installed November, 1920 Dave B. Marcus Ben Goldsmith Sam Zerkowsky Emanuel Zivitz David Cohn Leonard H. Roes Fratres in Universitate Juniors Louis K. Good Henry N. Leopold Sophomores Leslie Moses Simon B. Mansberc Freshmen Wilfred M. Kullman Percy L. Bernstein Harold Moses Simon K. Marx Sam Saiewttz Lester R. Saiewitz Jerome Minsky James Wittenberg 207 ' ' !4ln ;! ' . iiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiHiiitiHiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiininiiihHiiiiiiiiiHiiiitiitiniiiiHiniiiiiiifiiiiiiiin»t(iuituinnniimimuui i(iiiiiMUiiiniiu!i5iDsmiMui »i(m«in ,»w. ' » " ::.. ' ' , ?v. ....; 5 0i--- ' . ■■ ■- • " ■■ ' ■■■■ " " • " ■■•jg; . ■ rti- iW S " . -) ,v-.„.. v. " ,«.v,-. " " -- " . - « i,„„; v ,., ..M ' " ' ! .S - f ' v_ f iSS ' ; ' ? S ' : ' ■ ■■■-• " -■-•■■.■.,.«m.-A,. .iMi« " « ' " - ,.„ ..-.wK-siw;.-. ..1W!J ji-,,. , ■■■ ' " ■■■■ " •• " ■■ ■■■... iv.v.v.-«.i " " i-.v.-.:i ;■: " :; ; ; ' :-- , ' ? " ' »: Sckolastic Standing of Fraternities For the Last Three Years 1920-21 1919-20 1918-19 1. Kappa Alpha 82 6 .802 9 .776 2. Sigma Pi .819 11 .773 3. Zela Beta Tau 812 I .844 4. Beta Thela Pi 811 7 .80 5. Phi Kappa Sigma 80 4 .8166 6. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 797 2 .818 7. Sigma Alpha Mu 795 8. Delta Tau Delia 794 10 .778 9. Delta Sigma Phi 793 12 .772 10. Sigma Nu 791 3 .8168 1 1 . Alpha Tau Omega : . . .79 9 .792 12. Kappa Sigma 786 13 .76 13. Pi Kappa Alpha 774 5 .809 14. Sigma Chi 7556 • 8 .799 15. Delia Kappa Epsilon 7555 14 .73 16. Phi Delta Thela 15 .72 Average Grades of Members of Each Fraternity For THE Past Three Years 1. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 815 2. Zela Bela Tau 806 3. Bela Theta Pi 804 4. Phi Kappa Sigma 800 5. Kappa Alpha 799 6. Pi Kappa Alpha 792 7. Sigma Nu 7919 8. Sigma Chi 790 9. Alpha Tau Omega 783 10. Delia Sigma Phi 782 1 I. Kappa Sigma 777 12. Delia Tau Delia 7767 13. Delia Kappa Epsilon 743 General average of members of all fraternities for the past three years 789 12 .763 3 .802 7 .784 1 .831 13 .758 8 .782 10 .768 11 .767 6 .786 4 .794 2 .816 14 .745 5 .791 208 iiiiniiiiiNiiiiiiiMiiniiiiMMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiuiiiii»iiiiiii iiiiiininiiiiii::n:iii:iiMiniiiniiiiiiiiiMi»iiii!iHii;«nuiiliuuuu!Uu iiiiuuiiii niiii5iii ' fliniMii 0W¥: ' M jS; ' - ' " ' " " k ' .-tW« " ' " WMl ' I . 1if :-{l " ' ' " ' ' ' Uu »ntiuu,,tuii0 iinuoraru iFratfrnittPS Phi Beta Kappa Kappa Delta Phi Phi Delta Phi Pi Alpha Phi i ' jjrrial Jratmittt B Square and Compass o. o. s. iCnrals ACADEMIC Omicron Tau Alpha PROFESSIONAL Alpha Phi Mu 209 iiiiiiiiiniiiitniuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii nMii»n»tHini»iniiiiniiiniiiiHiiiimimiinHiH«iiiin:nniiii»iiniiMiii»(uutiiii»i»i« wm»niun»wmiiiium!i5nismi2ni!i»immiiiiHiiil X ' :.:!.«.vi« ' - ' = " " ' S?; ' " %. )f ft fe;: ' ' -v-:.-..... ... • " ' • »V«UW.MJ....,„„..., „„„v,;.»v " " ...•..■.,v,,.„J„ " ■ ' • ' ' ■ " ' ■- ' ' " 5» ' " ■ ■;.: K ' iU ' i LWa9lS?.?F " T II I III I I.I II IIP I II II II I ! ■mil lilil II ■■III I Mildred Christian, H. Wynn Rickey, Margaret Lyon Gladys Engler, Dixie Milling, Alice Odenheimer, Byrne Richard .•:r Phi Beta Kappa ALPHA CHAPTER OF LOUISIANA Morton A. Aldrich Douglas S. Anderson Edward A. Bechtel Pierce Butler R. S. Cocks A. B. Dinwiddie B. V. B. Dixon Charles E. Dunbar John M. Fletcher Lydia E. Frotscher Mildred Christian Gladys Engler Margaret Lyon Ione Brady Ursula Cooper Members in the Faculty Dr. H. B. Gessner Max Heller Dr. p. J. Kahle John S. Kendall Richard R. Kirk Dr. Isaac Lemakn Monte M. Lemann Dr. Rudolph Matas Leon R. Maxwell John M. McBryde, Jr. Recent Elections 1922 Dr. Rudolph Matas Dixie Milling Alice Odenheimer 1921 Sarah Davis William Guste Ann H. Northrup Caroline F. Richardson Ernest Riedel Ralph J. Schwartz Robert Sharp Imogen Stone Dagny G. Sunne Archibald M. Suthon Susan D. Tew Ellsworth Woodward Byrne Richard H. Wynn Rickey Ellsworth Woodward Nelly Hart Pierce Ruth Reboul Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest of all Greek letter fraternities, awards scholarships, choosing each year the members of the Senior Class who have shown high scholastic and executive qualities. Only students in the literary course of the College of Arts and Sciences are eligible for membership in the Phi Beta Kaopa Fraternity. 210 .«! ' ' ■■ .,i .■■■ jii " " ' -.J .■■■■ ' " v ' ffv ■ " -j ■••:■ " ■ ••■ ' :V-- ■■ ! ' i{ «V ; iiiiHiiiiiiHiiuiiniiiitiiHiiiiiinitiuMiniiniiuiiiiiniitiiiinu»iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiitiirniiiiniininiiMiiiiiniiiMniuiitiiniiwiiHnii iiwi uin 5;_ ■■.i;(ii:r.i ' .- -. ff Barn£tt, Brown, D ' Amico. Montgomerv PoRiEous. Stiles, E. Talbot, H. Talbot, Wachenheim Kappa Delta Phi Recent Elections 1922 Richard Montgomery l.YLE RiCHESON 1921 H. W. McClendon Geo. T. Madison Prcf. W. H. Moseley S. Cah ' .man Polmer 1918 EcMOND E. Talbot Kappa Delia Phi is an honorary fraternity for the promotion of Tulane spirit. It selects each ) ' ear from, the Junior and Senior classes men who have been conspicuous ' for school spirit during their univer- sity careers. It seeks to obtain its object in two ways: First, by holding forth memberhip as a reward to those who have done more than ihe average man for their university ; and. secondly, by binding together those who have made unusual effort, thus becoming a force for great good by securing unity Walter M. Harnett Stephen D ' Amico Benjamin T. Brown Joseph Cohen William Lloyd W. Marry Talbot Albert Wachenheim William A. Porteous E. Earl Sparli.mg Harry F. Stiles 211 iiiiiiiiiiUMiiiHiiMMiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiititiiittliiiuinmiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiMiftiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiitniiiiiniiiiuuttimimiiH(funmmitiiii tiiuisffl ■• ' OS;; ■■■•■ -.™ „ „„„ t.vfe rfS)?li ' «= ;..,,j .,,-1 ' Burns, Coleman, Hebert, Hollins Hopkins, Johnson, Luzenberg Madison, Porteous, E. Talbot, H. Talbot Phi Delta Phi Established December 28, 1911 Fratres in Facultate Charles Dunbar Elliot Judd Northrup Judge Rufus Foster Thomas A. Larremore Fratres in Universitate James T. Burns B. E. Coleman Seniors Eddie Hollins Nash Johnson H. F. Madison W. A. PCRTEOUS E. E. Talbot Juniors Harvey Hebert W. H. Talbot J. W. Hopkins Chandler Luzenberg 212 i!i!ini»iHiiiiniiiiiniiiiMiMiuitMiM»iiinnnii(iiiiiMiiiimiii)iiiiii!;!iiiiiiiiiii!Mii:in!i!MiiiiiiiiniuiuiiiUH»iUunnHunuftiiuii!!Hi !i!Ui; ' jJ!:r:r. ,--::at mmr? WE.A ' %. ' ' ■ ' ' l( „tIIUUI(( " WSf .. , ' ' ;; ' !4 ' r ' • ' •i; Vj% fj ' ' ' ' ? ' « ' 1 „„„ v.„„„........„l„ - " ' - ,.,VVJ» ' ■ ' Dahlman, Hebert, Leake Legendre, Martin, Unsworth, Walmsley Pi Alpha Pki Prof. H. E. Buchanan Stone Leake Members John Unsworth Leonard Dahlman Sidney Legendre Hughes Walmsley F. Edw. Hebert Pratt Martin Pi Alpha Phi is the highest honor which can be bestowed upon a freshman in the university, and is similar to Kappa Delta Phi of the juniors and seniors. The Pi Alpha key is awarded to the freshmen who during their freshman year have performed the greatest duty for their class and school. The keys are awarded upon merit alone, and the election to membership is unlimited, thereby giving every freshman in the university an opportunity to strive for the greatest honor. The professor in Tulane who has per- formed the greatest amount of work for the freshmen of the university is elected to mem- bership. The awards are made in May of each scholastic year. 213 ' %f i iiiimnuMiMnnnMiniiiiMiiiMiuwuMiuiMniiumiiniiiiiumiitiiumHiWiHiiiiiMiiiMiniMiiiiiiuniuiuiinuunuuiimimuuniumuiHiiiUMmisni ' mi •r ■•5S- ' : ' :■■■ ' V:,.-v. ; " ?k ,i " ' iCt ' " ' l " " ' ' ' m ' ' ' f m ;, " ' ■- ' ' ..„v.; " --- " " " " " i " v..™,„,,.„v,7 ' ' " .,» : ' ' ii ■ " ' mimm Allen, Alsobrook, Battle, Bell, Brcck, Burditt, Clayton, Colvin D ' Amico, Durham, Egdorf, Farley, Flowers, S. J. Floyd, Gay, Gibbs Hall, Harper. Hill, Howze, Hunt, Ibrahim, Jamieson, J. E. Johnson J T Johnson, N. Johnson, P. Johnson, Jordan, Kilpatrick, Latham, Lisenby, Loria McBride, " McNair. Madison. Majors, Merritt, Miller, Morgan, Naberschnic Naquin, Polk, Rich, Richardson, Rose, Rosenbaum, Ross, Ruffo Sayre, Setzler, C. Smith, T. Smith, Sneed, Stinson, Talbot, Taylor Thompson Vetsch, Walker, Warren, Warsham, Webb. Whittaker. Williams, Woodson 214 ;5 IIIIIIIIIIIKIIillltllll i„iiiii„,ii„,uiiiniiiuiMnmimiiniiiMiniHiuiiiwiiiiimiimiiinniiiiiHiiHniinnHuiHuiunuumiHHUuini »itumiimimn5raMi™ V ' $iPi! if!;!- ' -!?! ' ' ' ' ™ " Square and Compass (An Intercollegiate Fraternity of Master Masons) Founded at Washington and Lee University, Virginia, May 12, 1917 Eighteen Active Chapters Tulane Square Installed May 21, 1920 Officers E. M. Woodson President B. E. Nelken J. C. Allen Vice-PresiJent M. L. Rosenbaum R. E. Bayne Recording Secretar)) H. W. Jamieson S. B. McNair . . Corresponding 5ecre(arj) P. B. Cappel Treasurer Historian Chaplain Inner Tyler Mr. Percy L. Luck Mr. Richard R. Bruff Dr. Oscar W. Bethea Mr. H. W. Jamieson Mr. Theodoric C. Lyon E. H. Allen J. C. Allen H. B. Alsobrook J. E. Battle R. E. Bayne J. E. Bell H. D. Brock J. N. BuRDirr P. B. Cappel I. H. Carter R. H. Clark J. E. Clayton S. A. Collins L. V. COLVIN M. O. CURRIE Stephen D ' Amico C. Q. Durham O. C. Egdorf G. A. Elcutter D. J. Farley J. R. Flowers W. W. Flowers Cecil Floyd Cyril F. Floyd S. J. Floyd ELDRiDti Gay Honorary Members Mr. Joseph Sinai Passive Members Dr. John F. Oeschner Mr. Henry C. Richards Dr. Thomas B. Sellers Active Members Mr. R. H. Shaffnit Dr. Victor C. Smith Dr. Charles H. Voss Dr. Wallace Wood, Jr. Mr. L. F. Wakeman J. G. GiBBS E. M. Naberschnic, Jr. D. R. Graham, Jr. A. J. Naquin, Jr. V. N. Hall B. E. Nelken E. C. Harper W. Polk R. C. Hill I. W. Richardson W. C. Holmes b. J. Rose C. J. HOWZE M. L. Rosenbaum M. C. Hunt W. L. Ross A. M. Ibrahim W. K. Ruble J. E. Johnson I. J. RUFFO J. F. Johnson, Jr. t. M. Sayre P. E. Johnson G. B. Setzler W. N. Johnson T. L. Smith W. W. Jordan C. L. Smith J. F. Kilpatrick W. R. Sneed C. M. Latham J. T. Stinson J. O. LlSENBY F. M. Talbot F. L. Loria W. C. Vetsch W. M. McBride C. E. Walker S. B. McNair D. D. Warren H. F. Madison, Jr. J. M. Washam W. B. Majors E. H. Walsdorf. Jr. Z. L. Merritt V. W. Webb H. A. Miller J. E. Whitaker M. M. Moody Clyde Williams Vernis Morgan E. M. Woodson 215 •■■; ■ ' »% ' ' li ....,, ; «ite»- %« ' •-. ..■■■ " ■■■......-■■ ' " ••■•■.... " ' ■ " - ' ' ■:,.,■■• ' ' - ' V •■■•■ " " iiiiiiiHiHimiiMiiiiniiiiMMiitiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiitnmiiiiiuiitiiiiiiiiiiuiiiimiiifflimiiiiiiiiiiiiiMtiiiiiiiiiiiuinuiuiiuuuuimmuHifiimiwmiimnmis -::a« ...l.Ot.-JI. ' llH " " ' ' ' ' ' - " IV_V ■■■ .v-.-.i t« « ■r .r. fev .5 % ;;W s.o K ' rM Amoss, Andry, Bajley, Barnes, Campbell Chaffee, Dayries, Dinkins, Elizardi, Hallam Hess, Farnsworth. Kemper, Law, Leake Mabson. McCay, McConnell, Perilliat, Rau Rhea, Stoutz, Ward 216 . i ,•«: v - ' .- ' - ' -;%• .. % •»i ■ ' fT-- ' iiiiHiinmiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiMiiiiiiiuiiiuiuiiniiuiumiiiiimmiiiHiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiinfiiiiiiiiiuiiuiuiu muuiinimuHnuumumiiiumuiBra :M H. H. DiNKINS Alpka Phi Mu Local Organized 1922 Seniors Cecil Hallam William Talman Hess James Amoss Kenneth Bailey Paul Andry. Jr. Charles H. Campbell J. S. Chaffee J. A. Dayries Juniors HtNRY D. Barnes Eugene Diboll j. W. Elizardi Lloyd Rau Sophomores George Farnsworth W. Law Stone Leake Eugene Maeson Rxhard McConnell James Kemper T. McCay Claiborne Perilliat Thomas Rhea H. L. Stoutz Harry Ward 217 -;Sf V .:.? " ■■■; i!i!nii!!HiiitniuMMiiiiiiiMnMMiniMMiiuHiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinuiinnMiiiimninMiiiinniniiiiniiuiinuHiiHUM:MUiui!iimiiHi(unHmmiiiunnnsiDMim! ■-;: V-... „a:i ' " ' " M ! ■.H -. , ' VWA.,;„. g ,..;;•;; w.-MfA; ■.•.■..■,;:„ " " ■■ " " " -■Si? ' %. i(«wv. ■ ' yLv-. yi}:.:._ " 1 V.V. ' .VAl VlW ' ' Alciatore Apple Brewer DOCLOS FULMER Hambrick Lindsay Meyer MONLEZUN Pierce ROBINETT SiNGREEN Smith Waldrep Williams 218 iiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiuiiiiiiHiii(iiiiiiiuuiiini»tMuiiuiiiiiuHiini«Hiuiii;iiiiiiiHiui(iiinfiiiHiuiiiHHiiniuiiuuu!uuuui»ui«uuniiniin«uiiiuunM5fflflmicniiui!» ' iiimnv. , ,,,, - ' ' y M ac J0 ■•.••••■ " ■ ' ' ' " " " " ■ " ■ " ' ' " " • ' " ' Omicron Tau Alpha Local Organized 1922 Jules C. Alciatore Robert T. Hambrick Andrew E. Brewer W. Julian Apple Prescott Follett Seniors James L. Fulmer Milton Monlezun Juniors Joseph A. Meyer Sophomores Louis Duclos W. Dean Pierce Clyde Williams Freshmen George N. Herlitz Harry Pourciau Archie J. Phillips Prentice L. Smith Judge S. Waldrep A. Leonard Robinett Robert K. Lindsay John E. Singreen 219 llllllUllllMI»IIIIIMIIIflllMnHnHltl»iniHlMUIIllUIIIUIIlMlhlll|!|llll!!lIira!iM»||lllflllini|(lfl!lll|llllMMUMMn«Hllim)imUHfU»Hmm!lIUiiU!l5il!flm ?3 " " --.x;.f. -.-.i-. " " -::1S C. .i An Organization of the Sons of Clergymen Founded at Tulane University, October 5, 1919 Seniors H. Wynn Rickey MuRDOCK M. Snellinc Prentice L. Smith Juniors Robert Sawtelle Wynn Edwin Eugene White Sophomores Clarence Haas Snellinc Wallace A. Clyde Howard Roehl John G. Snellinc, Jr. Clyde Rickey SlWITH C. Swelling White Wynn 220 iiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiMiHHmniniiMimiiamiinnimiiiiiiHiiiimnHiinimiii«imiiuuiniiiiniii(iiiiiiiiiuituuuii»» »inni«uu(iiiiuiiniuiii» " jrz .ji,ar« ;V; ' OMIMIONS 221 3 " V iiniiiHiMininiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiumniuuiMuiiiiuinuiniinuiiiuiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiniinniHiuiiiiuniinuiHunuiuiuniwimuHniimitw ' ' - ■-■ --viiiUtf- -iMy t f t- ' ' ' - ' ' v " - ■ ' M s.tf| Jamtalaya Staff, 1922 Stephen D ' Amico Editor -in-Chitf Jim W. Richardson Business Manager Dr. J. M. McBryde Faculty Adviser Si Mansberg Staff Cartoonist Dave Barrow Assistant Editor Harold Moses Assistant Editor Charley Morton . Assistant Editor John F. McCloskey Auditor John E. Johnson Assistant Business Manager Ben C. Coleman Advertising Manager College Class Representatives E. C. Hollins Senior Arts and Sciences Joseph S. Cohen College of Engineering Charles Rjttenberc Senior Engineering Dosixe H. Perkins Senior Lam G. E. Cunningham Junior Arts and Sciences Calvin C. Glass Junior Engineering Gordon Brunson Junior Lam P. B. Pedrick junior Commerce E. Gordon Walls Sophomore Arts and Sciences E. RoGAN Sophomore Engineering R. Lawes Sophomore Commerce Claire E. L. Savoy FiVsf Year Law J. P. Talley Freshman Arts and Sciences E. McShane Freshman Engineering F. R. Hodges Freshman Commerce 222 ' ' r iA iiiiHiiiiwiii)iiiniiiiHiiiiniiiiMHuiHiiuuMutiiuiniiniiuiiniMiiiiiiH!iiimiiiiiniiiHniHi iiiiiniiiinuin»iH!i H!uui!ni«iiuuu!Uiu«uiinui»ii5ffl ' flrairai( ■-■■:yM " - J rM%. • ■•• ' ■ ' ■ ' A s ' W,,a!j-i,.. " tut. »,?7,c5i ' im4ii ' Hqf7,fl ' m Cfltort tiJ;) ' i?fifi3w ' Mfin . .!Pe4)Alck (f lt ' Moti ' 2K ' m ' f.i?llwf p «ia)M nMCtf g)rtVfi6 M,«w ' S i ' lm««if j " X .g-tvntt) fr vif 4t ' f m ■ 1 4im j?ic d g . ,f i n ' ?)l- CT .| 1-5 1 gX-? fen. w .g l ' .% ?.. ' !Jt flff.-« MHfWH.Jvc (Mi %feij,c.-Gi»v,c g.?n g-f)mie l:(Ji|f S WiE 5;.tJr3{ I 223 iiiiiiiiii»»iiiiiniiMiiiiHiiiiiiMMiiiiiiniuiiuinuiiuiiuiuinHiiiiiiiimmimiiiiiMMiMiiiiinn(iiniiiniiH»»iuim»i iniwm»!tiu»ummiinui!uiSfflmoiimmwn»»ii ■m " ■Sv ■:■:■ ■• ' .«™ ■ ' • ' • ' . M „.i Hll 1. • •» " ■ 09 ! ' ' S .V, « ■A U ' . ' A -,, ;v.■.v.■.■(Ml ■ -.v.■•M " ' ■ ' ■• ' ■ " ■■■ .■VT- ' -i T--V V, .• ! ., -: ' ■ ;; ?j; ;; m.. " n » " •Svs? .,a " iiS( ' ' irf)i ■ ' ■ ' ' . ' ■ ' •S Women ' s Professional and Scientific Organization of Tulane University Officers Jennie A. Gore President Ada 1. Arnold Vice-PresiJenl NiTA Harris Secretary NiTA McMichael Treasurer Associate Members M ss Norma Arbo Miss Susie Keane Mrs. M. L. Maddux Miss M. M. Bell Miss Maud Kennedy Miss Claire Richardson Miss M. Crane Mrs. D. F. Layman Mrs. N. S. Snyder Miss S. Gingry Miss Irma Sporl Active Members Ada I. Arnold Jennie A. Gore Nita McMichael Anita L. Crozat Virginia Hall Dorothy Martinez Stella M. De Bouchel Nita Harris C. Passafume Charlotte Foster Elizabeth Houghton L. Robinowitz Mabel Fontane Mabel I. Keys Claire E. L. Savoy Florence Fowler Anna C. McCay Frances Stevens Rosa Zucernikoff 224 .■■■ ' ' T-- ' ' iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiinMiniMiiiMiMiMntHun»nHin)uiiiiiMninniiHHimmiiimiitiiiiii!niniinii)nniiiniiiiMiMU!iHUiininimi(!HiHnimw«tn»i»Msn)flmimi»u ; " " -■ ™ " " " .- " CSS! fi ' , tnf iA:: nifiitnu i .?vi " ' " " " ' " " " " " ' " " " " --7 ' ' ' !,,»■ ■ ;i,A rf® ' ' ' ' » " ° ' ,„„,. " • " V ,,,.,„ ' ' ,i:, wJn - -viX |CHKj_[mE- i[ N jihIl mh Q T Bird LoL I 3E Mpofe , Tulane-Newcomb Society of Ckristian Endeavor Organized 1921 Mollo : " For Christ and the Church " Officers Lawrence Little President Eleanor Blatteriman Vice-President Penelope Smith Secretary Lee G. Bird Treasurer Members Not in Picture Ethel de Armas Albert S. Potts Jesse Hull W. E. LiNDSEY Mrs, L. F. Wakeman Gertrude Richards J. C. Morris, Jr. P. B. Cappell Eugene Tilleux, Jr. Lewis F. Wakeman Mary Freeman Edna Louise White 225 iiiinMiniMiuniMitnHnMnMiHinmnunn)uninuuiMiiiniiwiinuimuiimttiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiniiiMiuiiMH!iMtii!iitinumuHf[uiuiHmii!n wuii5iiimi ' J % " ' f, : T ' iS!t " «% P 5s,, : ' ,;,„,..,.„ iitSf .,S ' Hivij, -St! ' ' Attaway, Alcus, Amoss, A. Arnold, Bailey, Barnes, Bird, Brakenridce Broussard, Campbell, Cohen, Collins, D ' Amico, Dinkins, Duplantier, Erwin Fulmer, Gaidry, Gerard, Girault, Glass, Good, Hallam, Hess Hock, Holloway, Hustedt, Jeffress, Kemper, Kuhn, Lewis, Maier McCay, Meade, Monlezun, Naberschnig, Nairne, Naquin, Pesses, Rittenberc RoBBiNS, RuFFo, Saucier, Schillin, Schwartz, Spaar, O. Teberne, Truxillo WaCHENHEIM, WaLDREP. WALIiER, WlGCIN, WINCHESTER TuLANE Engineering Society Officers C. Floyd Attaway, President; L. Alcus, Vice-President and Treasurer; Otto Maier, Secretary. 226 liiiHuiiiiMiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHuiuiiiiiHiiiiiuiiiuuiiiHniiin iiiiniHiniiiiiHii(iiHHiiiiniiunHiiiiiii;uMuuiuuuHUif»ii«uu(uiuii««uiHi»iuii5aflmica»l i»illli» ,„tV.V " " " WH« ' MV.MI( .», ,„„„„, , .-i? p i ' 00 " ' " " " - " " " ' " ' " « " ; .■V. 4 6. at. ' ■ lisi ' 227 ilii!uiiiHMiiiiiiMiiiiiiiii(iiiniiHiii»iiuuuuMm»iiiHHum«iiiiiiiimiiimiumiiii»inmuiim;iiiMi»muMumumimim!iU(niniiw ,- m ■ 51 C ; s ' ' i-....-.r. " ■•-■ ■ ;e jr ' Vic-- ■ •- :r:r • ' . ' S " Alciatore, Cohn, Delahoussaye, Jones, McAnally Madison, Martin, H. Moses, L. Moses, Moss, Oechsner Pedrick, Robinson, Schneidau, Silverman, Tennant, Winsberc The Glendy Burke Oratorical and Debating Society The Glendy Burke upheld its traditional leadership of debating activities at Tulane last year when it placed five out of the eight varsity debaters. Its success continued this year, when the two Tulane contenders for the Carnot medal were Glendy Burkers, one of whom won the coveted prize. From the interest taken in the meetings and the oratory displayed at them, it is an assured fact that the Glendy Burke will repeat its success of previous years. Though a few strayed from the fold during the year, the maxim, " Once a Glendy Burker always a Glendy Burker, " brought many back into its ranks, so that its quota of membership is complete. 228 . r- ' )iiiiimiHMiuMHiMiHMHiiiinMM»unnmiiuniumiiniiiiiimHiuimwiiiimuiiniiHiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiin HUunu«uui iinum»ui iHmmuiiit »»ii5nifl s-g " _ ' Barnett, Brunson, Carter, Coleman, Frue Harrell, E. Hebert, H. Hebert, Johnson, Luzenberg, Madden Montgomery, Porteous, Smith, Stiles, Woltz The Forum Literary and Debating Society Officers Harvey H. Hebert President Gordon Brunson ' Vice-PresiJent John Harrell Secrelar -Treaiurer Jamhalaya Pepresentat ' tves and Dehaling Council Representatives Prentice L. Smith Harry F. Stiles Members Walter M. Barnett, Jr. F. Edw. Hebert Wm. C. Frue Gordon Brunson John W. Harrell Ted Carter Wm. a. Porteous, Jr. Harry F. Stiles H. O. Woltz Nash Johnson Prentice L. Smith Chandler Luzenberg, Jr. Benjamin Coleman . Harvey H. Hebert Thomas W. Arrington Johnny Madden Dick Montgomery The Forum proudly acknowledges the placement last year of four debaters on the varsity team, and these four debaters Vi ere the only ones to participate in contests in which Tulane won the decisions. Walter M. Barnett, Jr., and F. Edw. Hebert won the first debate from, Sewanee that that college has lost in eight years, while Harvey H. Hebert and William Porteous, Jr., defeated Washington and Lee, by the unanimous vote of the judges, in a stirring contest. To top this record, Gordon Brunson repre- sented " ole T. U. " in the State Oratorical Contest, being defeated only by a man who took more than the allowed time for his oration. But the Forum has not stopped yet; a better record can be looked forward to for the coming year. Watch our step! 229 ■•i :. m m m m um mmmmnmmmm n mn mm mmmnmnm V ' ....... 0}};-!!;; " " " ; " " " - " - " ' ■0- Amoss. Brown, Caffery, Carter. Dinkins Frue, Hollins, Johnson. Kemper, Madden A. Montgomery, R. Montgomery, Nairn e, Porteous, Stiles ifT ' Sphinx Club (Junior Society for the Promotion of Class Spirit) James Amoss E. R. Carter Edward Hollins John Lynton Madden C. Nairne Members Benjamin Temple Brown H. Harreld Dinkins W. Nash Johnson A. Montgomery William Porteous Donaldson Caffery William Frue James Kemper Richard B. Montgomery Harry Farrar Stiles At the beginning of the year 1920 there was founded at Tulane University a junior society which is intended to reward the virtue of college spirit and to fill the void that has existed as to tradition. It has ever been the wont to praise deeds accomplished. Election to membership is not only an expression of appreciation, but an obligation to future attempts. The work must be judged by its design and valued by its result. Certain it is that, as the years go by, the conferring of the honor of membership will heighten the glory and hallow the purposes of SPHINX. 230 r .■. ' -._ : .i ' v " ' • ' iiii)iiiii)i{iitiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiHiutiHiiuuinniiumiiuiiuiinuii{iitimiiiiiuiuHiitiinuiiiuiiiiuiiiinuinuuuumuii!n)muunuiiiiwHtiiii ii!Hi5 ffMUIfttlfAWMIIIIIIhUi jS!!.! " " l " ' - " i " " .:iir „„„,,„„,,j«;4 231 r ' -A ' .S-Vljj.- " ... iiiinimMmMiMniiniiniiinHHitiiiiM»iutMwiiimuiuHuiu«Hiuiiwiiii«iiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiinn(iiiiiiniuiHuiHUU!iuiiiinmiuu(Hnmttmiiuumn -0OV5, T THIS Nter- NCi lA e f6HT TO VfCKEt. INTO ?UTT n6t OoXJhB. 36Sr J AhlB MOW weVl I ' ve i eKRji 232 ,- . .- " y " , ..• ' ' " " . 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GYM DAWE - _-rfy(l, SNATZ KACHEL DOSITE SILVERSTINE, ; A HARD WORKING COLLEGE GRIND rf=r O© PADDED CELL No 23 ijHJLE ERASMUS PRENTISS OTTO M£GILLICUDDY, WOULD RATHER GO TO A DANCE THAN STUDY |I6NAT£(HARMLE 9- ICUOW IQNATZ COULDN ' T STAND THE STRAIN, AND SO HIS WORK WAS ALL IN VAIN IJHILE ERASMUS KEPT GOING O WITH HIS FLAPPER, AND SOMEHOW OR OTHER MADE PHI BETA KAPPA. EEAUTIFUL|I ' ■Rl tR nH THE REST0F7HE triTTENS lUJwENDOLYN I5ABELLE NECESSARY ONABIKE, AS A CHILD HAD A FACE VOO WERE BOUND TO LIKE IMHILE OPHELIA PULSE LIZZIE O ' FLIVVER, WAS SO UGLY SHE ALMOST WENT IN THE RIVER K liUT WHEN aWENNT ARRIVED AT THE AGE OF SIXTEEN, HER BEAUTIFUL LOOKS COULD NO LONGER BE SEEN JhiLE OPHELIA-S looks HAVE IMPROVED SO MUCH, SHE NOW HAS " A SKIN YOU LOVE TO TOUCH. " 236 . V V " ' " :W " ' - ' ■r- ' iuliiiHmHiiiiMiiiiuiiiiiiHiiiiiiuiiifiiu»iinniiiuHinHuiimui)ii»miniimniiiniiHuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniuiiuinuu«m iii»muu( : " ' -:m -f RIP ! " J J M M y " ' EAL EMQINfcERS, Bt , VVOT? ' l ' Si ' 5 QANq- JoLLif i cAjioj- M q n T " ' 237 iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiuMMiiiiiiwni!;M»!v,Mn»MnniinHiiiHiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiHwiifniiHinii«(iii!!i»ui!!;;;r,!;r ,!!»iiir.uHi»»niu!iiim ? !• ' ■■ Kih i ef Orb J ' if Hccj. ■ - .(i„t.„v;.. jit,.,t ' ,..-,.(:; iMiJj: ,,;i r .- . .?- ., 238 ' - J " ■;■:■. ■■■■ iiiniiiiiHniiiiinMiiiiiiiiMnHMiuiunuiunMiiin»iinui;MiiHHiMimii(niinuMiiniiMMiu»iiiiuninn»nuMiu l»«iM«»ssi»t»«»uiiWMi " iii " " 5iIi3 COLLEGE OF MEDICINE i TABLEqf CONTENTS Sec. 1 Department of Medicine Sec.n Department of Dentistry Seem Department of Pharmacy Sec.E Fraternities ' ' A?i|- ' .- " ' ' " " " w ...■••i iint ttiW. ' ' ' " f ' " " ' ' " " " " " i i ; ' iUMv.„ ,,,,,,,, ii.i iiviii.i ' . ' - ' . ' " ' ' ' ' - " ' " " • ' " ' " ■ ' ■ ' • ' ■»---v. ' . ' .ii» A-,iii[v,v,-, ' «riv,% ' ,v ' ' ' " " ..: ' ... » . C ■ini ' " ' " ' W " ' " ' % r •■»»« .j5i!i ' ;; ' . ' ? ' « ' " " .iiM„„„„„.,i„, ,!4 241 y -v " ■=- ' M. . S. . M. M. 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" % " ' " S5?ij " » irfj;;; ■ ' : ' ;,.% ' %:- Sfc .: ■ " " .■«• ■ ' ■:■» ' l ' ;y ' ' = ' „„„„„«■ " »- ..■..„„ " ■ ' " " ' ■ ■ ,i.5 .(»A ' ! 5 ' ' •.;.:X Senior Class m Medicine CLASS ORGANIZATION Officers C. M. Warner PresiJenl R. M. BrANNON VIce-PresiJenI S. C. FuLMER Secretary-Treasurer Miss C. M. Rocquet Hislorian S. C. FuLMER Edilor-in-Chief TulmeJ Seclion Jamhala a E. H. Jones Business Mariager Tulmed Section jatnhaiaya Committees Executive C. M. Warner, Chm. J. E. Bell H. W. Butler H. O. Ernest W. M. McBride Invitations D. J. Rose, Chm. H. Seal Mrs. K. S. Zerfoss Cap and Gown C. E. Abbott, Chm. W. E. Jones E. H. Ray Ivv Day J. L. Carlisle, Chm. R. L. Gordon L. M. Sanders G. B. Grant J. E. Whitaker Class Night C. M. Rocquet, Chm. P. E. Johnson D. B. Martinez G. B. Setzler H. a. Miller Junior-Senior Honor Committee Senior Members C. M. Warner, Chm. R. O. Russell F. M. Burke J. E. Bell Junior Members J. T. Shuffield C. C. Rudolph . M. S. Le Doux 244 X ' . iiiiiimi«»iiiiHiiiiiiiiMiiiniiHiuiHuiuiiiiiiMiiiuiii»niiiii«iiiiiimmiiimiiiiiiiHinniiHiiHiiiiiiinuniuiuiimmuinHHUu((iiunmmiinumii5niflmi . MiS! ' " - • ' 1 :; ' " % ' " " f " ' ■ 1 % " ffc i, 0% w m ' jUT " " " ' " ' " " ' 0 ..■ ( .■ -.«w . ' ii™.« ' v. ' . " ;.».;J! rf i;-t- ' i-, Ar " . " ■■ ' i ' ■■i iU ' Mi-i " m, Clyde Moore Warner DEL RIO, TEXAS Univci-sity of Texas; Sigma Chi: Kappa Psi ; Class rresklcnt, ■20-21. ' 21-22; Student Council. ' 21-22; Ollvu and Blue; Stars and Bars; Honor Committee. From the Rio Grande Valley, the land oC hot tamales. halls our president. Clyde ' s singular popu- larity Is shown hy his having been president of the class during both his junior and senior years. De- liberate, unassuming, studious, Clyde Is our idea of a good felIo%v, and one with whom It has been a pleas- ure to associate these four years. Robert Mitchell Brannon GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Mississippi A. M. ; Vice-President Class ' 21-22. This lanky lad from the Delta has. during his three years ' stay with us, made a record to be justly proud of. While making many friends, Brannon has not failed to learn the art as well as the science of medi- cine. His many genuine qualities assure for him an eminent position in the esteem of his classmates and colleagues. Silas Crume Fulmer CONWAY, ARKANSAS A.B., Hendrix College; B.Sc., University of Arkan- sas; Phi Chi; Secretary-Treasurer Class. ' 21-22; Editor-in-Chief Medical Section Jambalaya, ' 22. Having completed the first two years of medicine at the University of Ai ' kansas. Fulmer came to us with all the earmarks of a finished product. His person- ality and ability were soon recognized by the class, as shown by his election as editor-in-chief of the Medical Section of the Jambalaya. As a man, Fulmer is big physically, mentally and morally, and we predict that he will attain high honor in his profession. CoRiNNE Marie Rocquet NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA B.A., Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Alpha Epsilon Iota; Alpha Omega Alpha; Stars and Bars; Class His- torian, ' 21-22. The mad social whirl having paled, Corinne, seeking diversion, hit upon Medicine, and was so pleased with her choice that she proceeded to rhake friends and admirers of both students and faculty, to say nothing of making both honorary fraternities. That her future career may be as successful as her student days, is the wish and expectation of all. Charles Edward Abbott, Jr. TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA University of Alabama; Kappa Sigma ; Phi Chi ; Vice-President Class. ' 20-21; Royal Order of Runts; Olive and Blue; Varsity Baseball, ' lS-19; Manager Baseball, ' 20-21. This sunny lad from Alabama has fallen harder and of toner than any man of our acquaintance. The dc- temiination and persistence which he has shown in his various bouts with Dan Cupid make his success in the medical world assured as soon as he conquers some daughter of Venus and makes the art of Aescu- lapius his major interest. Ross Epting Anderson BOONEVILLE, MISSISSIPPI A.B., Mississippi College ; jMedical Certificate, Uni- versity of Mississippi. " Cabot " is a typical Mississippian. He came to us at the beginning of his junior year, and his person- ality, cheerful heart, and good disposition have won for him a host of friends. He worries over nothing, and is easy going — just the kind of fellow you like at first sight. In his work Anderson is thorough, and our hearty good wishes follow him in his future life. 245 iiiiiiiiinMi!iniiniMMMHitiMiMM»i»ii«Hii»tmiiiiiuiiiiiiininiiiiiiimiiiiuiiHiniinnunnii»iiniin»iMH!»!ii»«iiiimimu»iu»mwi»(!mii5iii ' flm ■ " • :.::.™W« ' " " " p;S ■Vc;. eiJiSt KJ • ■.v..,;;- ■■ ™-- ' " .i " --. " " " ,i..-... «,„,„s..««. IIS ' -!- o «,. , - William Franklin Armstrong MERKEL, TEXAS A.B., Simmons Colleg e; Sigma Pi; Alpha Kappa Kappa. " Army " came to us as a junior fi-om the " Longhorn State. " He at once made many friends by his genial disposition and his enthusiasm for every proposed holiday. His good nature and social proclivities have not interfered with his work, and we predict that the " Ijone Star " State will have another star when he returns. Justin Edward Bell SIMSBORO, LOUISIANA A.B., Baylor University: Chi Zeta Clii; Alpha Omega Alpha; Stars and Bars; Square and Compass; Vice- President Class. ' 19-20; Honor Committee. ' 20-21. Justin came to us from the army, entering the Freshman Class three months late. His many honors testify to his ability to overcome this handicap. Per- sonality plus good hard work is the secret of his suc- cess. Wherever he may go. Bell is destined to stand out as one of Medicine ' s best and most capable men. M. Eldridge Black HARTFORD, ALABAMA B.S., University of Alabama; Pi Kappa Phi; Kappa Psi. Black is from Alabama and is proud of it. He never worries and gets the maximum returns from minimum efforts. His policy is to cultivate the faculty of differentiating quality froni quantity in Medicine. The profession holds for him great possibilities, and we believe that he will do credit to his native state. Thomas Clayton Brewer MARSHVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA B.S., University of North Carolina ; Kappa Psi; North Carolina Club. Tom, is that rare type of man endowed with the ability to make friends of all he meets. He has a high sense of honor and justice, a perfect endow- ment of mankind, and a frank expression which is a criterion of the inner man. With his cheerful, friendly disposition, affable genialty. and studious nature, suc- cess should await him. Francis Marion Burke LIVINGSTON, TEXAS University of Texas; President Sophomore Class, ' 19- 20; Honor Committee. Burke, a product of the " Longhorn State, " is one of the most consistent workers in the class. His rec- ord for the four years puts him in the front ranks. His service at Hotel Dieu has stood him in good stead and. as a diagnostician, he has few equals in the class. Incidentally, he has not neglected his social obligations, and the future is bright for developments. Hull Wesley Butler NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Pharm.B.. St. Louis College of Pharmacy; Omega Phi; Alpha Omega Alpha; Stars and Bars; Student Assistant. Materia " Medica. With Butler, " deeds speak louder than words. " For the past four years he has been a most indefatigable worker, always finding time, however, to lend a help- ing hand. His reputation is unassailable, his ideals are high, and his friendship to be coveted. His knowl- edge of pharmacy, medicine and human affairs assures for him success wherever he may go. 246 .: iiiiiimi»i«iiHiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiMuiiinniuiHiiiiiiuiiiHiiiiiii uii»iiiiiiiiiiiiiii»inMiniiiiiuiiuiiiiiiuuin»iiuui»u iiini«uun!iiiiiiuii iinuuui5iD ' flmiM 4 Jk. m 1 :J % ' fr • ' z DeWitt Talmadge Byrom POTEET. TEXAS A.B.. Bay ' or University; Sigma Chi; Nu Sigmii Nu ; Varsity Football Squail. ' 21. DeWitt, anotlier Texan, .ioined our ranks in tlic junior year, bringing with him the vigor and virility of the western prairies. He is a clean sport, a hard worker, and a true friend. Byrom ' s future work will bring honor to Poteet, Baylor, and Tulane. Harry Caplovitz NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT A.B.. Yale. Caplovitz decided that Tulane was the place to finish Medicine and. accordingly, .joined the class in 1920. It is doubtful if there is a more studious man in the class. He is particularly interested in research work. " Cap " joined tlie i-anks of the benedicts last summer, thus disposing of one of life ' s greatest prob- lems. James Leo Carlisle MOBILE, ALABAMA Univeisity of Alabama ; Alplia Omega Alpha ; Stars and Bai ' s. Those who know Jimmie are entertaining the higliest confidence in his ability to make " the world beat a pathway to his ofl ce dooi-, " for he is the possessor of those sterling qualities which make success a cct- tainty. If he can use instruments as well as he can sell them, the world ' s surgeons ha ' e great competition in store for them. Frank Lee Cato, Jr. AMERICUS, GEORGIA University of Wisconsin; Phi Delta Theta; Theta Nu Epsilon; Phi Chi; Royal Order of Runts; Student Assistant. Anatomy and Phys. Chemistry, ' 19-20. " Rooster " learned the futility of wine, women and song while yet a freshman, so discarded women and song. Ducks are now the only genus of the feathery tribe wliich keep him up late and early. Did you know bottles make wonderful decoj s? Frank is full of good old horse sense, and is one of the best in- formed men in the class. Henry Nunnelee Coats ASHDOWN, ARKANSAS Tulane: Phi Beta Pi. Coats, the biggest man in the class, hails from old reliable Arkansas. Having fought the battle of Camp Martin during the war, he was commissioned and sent down the Mississippi, where the mosquitoes blacken the sun ' s rays. Coats lived thiough the wai-. though, and reentered the School of Medicine, more deter- mined than ever to get his " slieepskin " and carry it. as a trophy, to his fi-iends in Ash down. John Augustus Crockett CHAPEL HILL, TEXAS University of Texas; Phi Kappa Sigma; Kappa Psi; Class Poet, ' 19; Chairman Wit and Humor Com., ' 22. John Augustus Crockett, the pride of Chapel Hill, joined us in the sophomore year from the University of Texas, Lyons, France, et ceteia. The curative properties of " Better Half " never had a better " before and after taking " advertisennent than in the case of John. With a natural ability and a personality pos- sessed by few, his success as a physician is assured. 247 iiinititniniuMUMiniinMituMnttttttwiunHnnnuuiMiHtiunHitiititmiitmtuwuiiinniuuiifHunniuiuunuuuuniini " " " " " ' ' " " " ■• " - " l ' ■- vw...«■.w v.,l■. v.■.■.■ ' ■l v.■.■■• ' ' " ■■■ ■ ' ' ■■ ' ■ " ■■■ " ■■ ; ?T? . ' ?% 1 ' %. se ■■ H Hs ■ ; ,;«,p " " %._ .■nv " " - " «.S ' ,S ' £ ' . " ' ' ' ' Baxter Clyde Culler KERNERSVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA A.B., Wake Foiest Colk-go; Phi Rho SisTiia. Baxter joined us in the .iunior year, coming- from Wake Forest. A man with a good motto. " It is the constant dripping that weareth away the stone. " Culler puts his whole soul into his work, and his persevei-ance has won the esteem of the entire class. During his two years here, he has gained much from his pursuit of Morpheus. Florau William Dirmann, Jr. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Tulane: Phi Rho Sigma. Dirmann is one of the few New Orleans boys who lias taken his entii-e course. Pre-Medical and Medical, at Tulane. Like many other members of the class, he has paid for his learning with the hairs of his head. Although naturally reserved, Dirmann is frank and outspoken in his convictions. His aspiration is to be a Noguelii. Robert Lapsley Dodd KOSCIUSKO, MISSISSIPPI Kappa Psi. We find in " Lap " a rare and enviable combination of a keen intellect and good common sense, a man endowed with the ability to reason, to think, and to apply. He is admired by all for his fairness and his unusual loyalty to his friends. By means of his varied experiences and professional attributes, he will make a speedy rise in the medical world. Ethel Marie Drouin MANSURA, LOUISIANA Tulane. Although Miss Drouin was originally of the Class of ■■ 1, we feel honored to have her reach hei ' goal with us, A charming girl, indeed, is she with her " Parlez- vous Francais " and her bewitching smiles. But hark! ye readers, she isn ' t a vamp, as you miglit suspect, but when the superflcialties are brushed away, she is as firm as Gibraltar itself. Harold Oliver Ernst NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Tulane; Delta Sigma Phi; Phi Alpha Sigma. Races, prizefights and allied sports occupied most of Ernst ' s time for the first two years. But during his .iunior year he took unto himself a wife, who promptly tied him to the home fireside. Since that time he has convinced Vioth students and faculty that he is a man of unusual ability — another testimonial for marriage. Harry Reed Farmer COMO, MISSISSIPPI University of Mississippi; Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu. Harry matriculated in the Sophomore Class, having had the first two years at the University of Mississippi. During his stay here he has been a steady and de- IJendable worker, but not too serious " to relish a little nonsense now and then. " When the Class of ' 22 has gone in divers directions. Harry can be depended upon to uphold the traditions of old Tulane. 248 , :j iiiiiiiinuiMUiiiiiHiHiimiiiiiiiiumiiiuiiiMniiiiuuuiiniuiHiiiiimwiiiiimmiiiiiiniiiininuiiiiiiininiuiuiimmiiiliimnuniuiiiM ;J ' ? J;1;, .fl! ' , " ' . ' ? " - " ' " .iif„„„,„ (J CK i -lw .,(ft4 ' ' it i. ' ' ' ,„, ' ' ' ' Robert Rose Gillespy BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA B.S.. University ol ' Alabama; Alplia Tau Omega; Phi Chi: Olive and Blue. " Bob " has been with the class throujjrh Its entire course, sharing equally with the other members its joys and sorrows. He has made himself popular with every one by his good nature, singing, .iokes. ingenuity and undying determination — a trait most character- istic of Alabama medical men. A mere glance at this chap explain s his popularity with the fairer sex. Morris Glazer NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT Ph.B., Yale; Tau Epsilon Phi. Glazer. having seen service in Yale, decided to study Medicine right, so he cast his lot with us as a junior. He is a thorough and practical student, and has the makings of a successful medical man. Yale ' s loss of Glazer is Tulane ' s gain. Mary Goorvich MOORAWJAWO, RUSSIA Russian Gymnasium. Mary joined our ranks in the sophomore year, after graduating from a Russian gymnasium and complet- ing her freshman year at the University of Texas. Forging ahead with us year by year. Miss Goorvich has reached the goal of her ambition. In the United States or Russia, success will be hei ' s. Robert Lionel Gordon NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA B.S., Tulane; Sigma Pi ; Clii Zeta Chi ; Stars and Bars. R. L. is another home boy who appreciated his own Tulane. His present high altitude was attained only after six years of " toiling upward in the night. " He used to love the girls, " but it is all over now " — one among many, just naturally weak along that line. His future is very promising, and Vve are sure that he will add greater distinction to a name already illustrious. George Bass Grant BEAUMONT, TEXAS Emory and Henry: Delta Tau Delta; Nu Sigma Nu. When Grant walks into a ward, the patients sigh with relief and the nurses giggle for glee. The con- fidence he inspires is better for his patients than any medicine, and when you join this with rare judgment, thorough knowledge, and a magnetic personality, you get a combination which will make him famous. Edwin Nicholas Haller MOBILE, ALABAMA University of Alabama; Sigma Pi ; Alpha ICappa Kappa, Ed, the ladies ' man from Alabama, is the boy with the big blue eyes that vamp them. He is a four-year man and has fought the battle of Audubon Park with many of us. Ed stays about two laps behind with his sleep. This deficiency is probably duo to burning midniglit oil in quest of medical lore. 249 ■ C ' iiiiiiniiu»iiiiniiiMiiiiiM:fniHiiuuiiiniiiiU(iniiuii»iiiiui iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiHiHi(niiinuiiiniiHnuiiiniHiH;;;uii»iiiH!iii«uU(ninHn«ui(n iiuii5ill ' flmiC0»i u »l. ' . ti! ■•. MpT-. ilk W Forest Worth Harrell RUSTON, LOUISIANA Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi. " Cajon " hails from Ruston. somewhere in Louisiana. Though low in stature, he looms high in his schol- astic work. Again, he is a wonderful combination of the qualities that go to make up an all-round good fellow. ' We feel certain that in the near future the sound of his approaching footsteps will be sweet music to many a patient ' s ears. Helen Elizabeth Hinton McCOMB, MISSISSIPPI A.B., Newcoinb; Phi Mu . Stars and Bars; President Medical Women ' s Association. Helen is one of the few who has run Tulane ' s gaunt- let for the past four years without a scratch. She is always right — if the book is. Miss Hinton thinks thoroughness is a good motto for the followers of Hippocrates, and she expects conscientious effort to receive its reward in success. Abd-El-Malik Ibrahim CAIRO, EGYPT A.B.. Assiut. Egypt; Square and Compass. Ibrahim .ioined us in our junior year. We felt highly honored that he should select Tulane. leaving behind the University of Cairo. We predict new things in Mizraim when Dr. Ibrahim returns. If only Cleo- patra ' s Needles were home, they would come in handy in his surgical work. Ibrahim is studious, has lofty ideals, and success crowns him who " hitches his wagon to a star. " James Arthur Johnson TULA, MISSISSIPPI B.S.. University of Mississippi ; Phi Rho Sigma. Johnson is a quiet, modest and unassuming fellow with the " elements gently mixed in him. " He is one . of the type that has no enemies, for lie attends strictly to his own business and envies no man his ;.ood fortune. Possessing the traits of honesty and a willingness to work, we foresie much success for him. Paul Earnal Johnson FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS Tulane; Square and Compass. I ' aul E. has been with us throughout the entire Journey down the long and dusty road, cheering and amusing us with witty sayings. Being always on the job— morning, noon and night — he is a student to the core and a storehouse of knowledge, nien we gaze in the crystal globe, we see nothing but success for Johnson. Edley Hicks Jones VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI B.S., ftlississippi College; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi; Stars and Bars; Alpha Omega Alpha; Class His- torian. ' :il; Business Manager Medical Section Jam- balaya. " 22. Edley ' s record at Tulane is an enviable one. as shown by the honors above. He has. however, not confined his good works to studies alone, but has taken a prominent pai ' t in all student activities. His f.rcatest ambition is to be an eye specialist, and we hope that he will he as successful in this as he is on Broadway. 250 ' 1 " . ••- ' iniiiiiiiHHuiiHiiininiiiiiiiiniiuni»ituniHiiiuuuiHniiiiiwii(iiiim;iimiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiHiniiiiiiiin HUUiuiii i»UMmi»UHifU»mimiM« imM5ra - ' " lt.-:;,..,,...--,tt ■■ ■ -•••■VM .|!i ' :: " v! " ' ' ' " " " ' " " " " " " " " " ' %!? .„,».„..... " -■•■■■ " " " ' ■■ ' ■ " " " " " ■ " " " " " " • " •• " " ■.v.»v,„„„, . Ma " «i| AkMn , T-m i f 14 1%, r . x m : ». f A» James Earl Jones NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Texas Christian University: Chi Zeta Chi; Preaidt-nt Isarlore Dyer Forum, ' 21. " Texas " is a rather unique character with a pro- fessional tendency, eccentric chaiucteiistles. and a variable constitutional temperament combined to pro- duce a i-ather doniinating: personality. The sky fs the limit for his friends. Earl has the laeulty of obtain- ing the greatest i-e::urns on tlie least investment. His fund of reserve ability will make him a leader. William Ellie Jones CAMDEN, ALABAMA B.S.. University of Alabama: Sigma Pi; Chi Zeta Chi. Jones is one of the few who. during his last year-, was extern at Hotel Dieu. deeply in love, and yet a sood student. He talks little, thinks much, and smiles constantly. With his great store of practical knowl- edge and laboratoi-y experience, he ought to be a win- ner from the start. , Royall Thomas Liles MONROE. NORTH CAROLINA A.B.. Wake Forest College: Phi Rho Sigma. Liles came to Tulane in his junior year and has won an en ' iable place in the class. Though an ardent lover of his studies, he has not left undeveloped the other side of his life, as shown by his finn adherence to the command. " Five nights shalt thou work. " His atttntiveness to his duties, combined with his manly personality, moans a successful career. William McGinty McBride ANSLEY, LOUISIANA Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi; Pquare and Compass. " Mc " is a student after Hippocrates ' own heart. He is a product of North Louisiana, nurtured on the milk of human kindness, and the type of man that iTiakes a country worth while. His congenial and unpssuming nature has won for him universal class friendship. The Senior Class and the medical profes- sion will be better for having associated with this red-headed boy. Thomas Jefferson McElhenney ENSLEY, ALABAMA B.S.. University of Alabama: Nu Sigma Nu. Tom came to us in our junior year from Alabama. He is ti ' uly a prince, £ " ood-naturfd and full of pep. With his professional appearance and gifted intellect, the future must unfold to him boundless success. In the fortunate city wherein he chooses to reside, we know that there will be at least one excellent doctor. Webster Blakely Majors BURKBURNETT, TEXAS B.S.. University of Oklahoma; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Square and Compass ; Acacia, " Grandpa " slammed his name on thii- roll books here as a junioi-, and continued to rate that high until he was officially notified that he knew enough to be a senior. He is already worrying about what to special- ize in. but thinks there is a brighter future in Medical Jurisprudence than in anything else. He will practice in the " Longhom " State. 251 ;: ' !iM«iiiniiiinMnniMiHiiiiiHuni(iHiiMiiniiiiu;ii»iiHi iHHiuiiiiiiiii:i ' ii!iunMiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiui;:;n!iHn »uniiii)iiHUunu!iiwiuiiiuu ui5fflSmiM ■■-:;as . ' Avn .,... V. w. ' amu 1V.VV ■ ■■ " ' ' ■■ " i %i- }p •»yfi ' Ui;: . ., ;.. - " iiVf " o.... :.v- w V S-; ? aT .n ti .5, -= 0 _s.d v;75«.-; Diego Benigno Martinez NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA B.Sc. Tulane; Sigma Nu; Phi Chi: Olive and Blue. Although born with the proverbial silver spoon, which has gradually changed to gold. Ben, unspoiled, has made more friends than the most of us. Universal good humor, steady plugging, and a big automobile have characterized liis medical studies. Already known among the laity as Dr. ] Iartinez and fre- quently called into consultation by anxious mothers, piophesying a successful carter is needless. DeWitt Talmage Milam WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA Louisiana Polytechnic; Kappa Sigma ; Plii Chi ; Olive and Blue. " Buckets " has more different interests than any three men in the class. Although he has a perfect attendance record at gym dances and at Broadway Pharmacy, and has loves as numerous as leaves on a tree, yet he has found time to study moi " e than he has ever gotten credit for. In the bigger fight to come we predict he will be successful. Harold Avery Miller BROOKINGS. SOUTH DAKOTA B.S., South Dakota State College; Phi Chi; Square and Compass. Harold is our sole representative from the Great Northwest. He is a member of that big fraternity of men who marry early. His associates know that he is one of our most conscientious and straightforward students, alwaj ' s cheerful, and doggedly deterniined to succeed. Wlien he returns with his M.D., Tulane will have a shining light in the Dakotas. Earnest Earle Moseley JAKIN, GEORGIA Tulane; Sigma Pi; Chi Zeta Chi. " Chappie " is one of the ft-w n embers of the class who have spent their pie-medical days at Tulane. He is the type of man who never lets pleasure inter- fere with business nor business with pleasure. His one ambition in life is " to wear one of those white suits and be on the ambulance service at the Charity Hospital, " and " I betcha " he will attain it. Italo Americus Palmieri NEW YORK CITY Fordham University. : leet our Italian Count. He smiles, and likes to say that he was born in the L . S. A. The greater part of his life has been spent in Italy, where he received his literai-y training. Seven years ago he returned to Amei ' ica, entered Fordham University and completed his pre-medical and freshman work. Palmieri ' s three years in Tulane have been such as to win for him the confidence and esteem of the class. Marion Lofton Patton BELLS, TENNESSEE University of Tennessee; Medical College of Virginia; Phi Beta Pi. Patton. who .ioined us in the sophomore year, has won a place in the hearts of all his classmates by his genial disposition and earnest efforts. Quiet and unassuming, he is one of those who believe that much study is a weariness of the flesh. However, his rec- ord is good, and we expect to see the death rate of Bells, Tennessee, materially lowered after this year. 252 iiiniiiMHifiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiHnfiniHntuituuiHniniunHuuiiiiuiiiiimmiiiniiiinniHiniiiiiufiniiiiiiiiUiHutiUuiiu :M ,... ' •» " ' ' Wilton Grady Pitts HAZELHURST, MISSISSIPPI TTniversity of Mississippi ; Sigma Alplin Rpsilon ; Alpha Kappa Kappa. Pitts, our cosmopolitan, hails fi-om uv i-y where. Few of us can boast, as he, of liaving- as classmatos many of our honored instructors. With his profes- sional air he could easily boast ol " ten years ' experi- ence and " get by " with it. Reading " the Parlsienne Magazine and " Parlez-vousing " warrant the rumor of a pre-historic romance. Pitts will help advance the standing: of the profession. Edward Hunt Ray RIDERWOOD, ALABAMA B.S., University of Mississippi; Sig-ma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu; Varsity Football. " 1 . " Red " came here a junior from " Ole Miss. " Every inch a man, attending " strictly to his own business, always prepared and ready to tackle any work have won for him the deep admiration of his fellow, stu- dents. We know that Ray will tackle disease just as he did the " pigskin, " and fortunate will be the com- munity that gains him. David Jennings Rose COLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Kappa Psi; Sigma Nu; Square and Compass; Chair- man Invitation Committee; President North Carolina Club. " Dave, " from the old North State, joined us last year. He at once became a success along social lines and established himself as a hard worker and student. Cheerful at all times and ever aggressive in the inter- est of a friend or cause, he is naturally popular and a leader. Being a combination of heart, brains and spirit. Rose is bound to succeed in Medicine. Richard Olney Russell SOMERVILLE, ALABAMA Auburn; Delta Sigma Phi ; Chi Zeta Chi ; Honor Committee, ' 20-21. Olney is one that everybody knows and likes. He is one of the most determined and persistent members of the class in his work as well as in love. Should he continue his work and love affairs with the same ever- lasting steadfastness, we can predict but one outcome — an M.D. and M.R.S. Lancelot Mathews Sanders TROY, ALABAMA Univei ' sity of Alabama; Pi Kappa Phi ; Ivappa Psi. " Lance " is one of us who has really " hit his stride " in the study of Medicine, At all times an earnest student, we now find him well prepared for his life ' s work. He Is certain to gain renown in the future. His knowledge is applied in the most practical way, and he is ever conscientious in his duties as a minister to suffering humanity. Herman Seal ENSLEY, ALABAMA University of Alabama; Chi Zeta Chi. " Heine " entered Tulane with the idea of some day becoming a regular M.D. No doubt his dream will be realized, if one judges by the worn appearance of his books and the way he answers his quizzes. He will, in the estimation of his classmates, become one of his native state ' s most successful practitioners. B 253 iiiiHuiimniniuiMiiiiiiiiMiiiMiumuniuiMniiiimiiuHuiuHiiiuiiimmimmiiHuinniiiuiiiiiiiiiniuiuunuuuHuiimimuutiimHWUHumuisffl ' A " ■ ' ■v.. 1- VbW ■ " «.»■-■ i.iSe " Si ' i- ' S ' K ' ;5.tfA ' " -;jf»-: George Byron Setzler CROSSETT, ARKANSAS B.Sc, Tulane; Sigma Pi; Alpha Kappa Kappa; . ' quaii ' and Compass; Basketball. " Of manners gentle, of affections mild. " Convinced til at still waters run deep, Setzler makes little noise, but goes on conscientiously perfoi-ming: every task as- signed him, A physician, possessing: such rare traits of character, will be able to heal the soul as wtll as the body of his patients. Chester Owen Smith URANIA, LOUISIANA ' [ iliine; Phi Beta Pi; Heav weiylit Wrestling Cham- pion S. A. A. U., " 16-17; 175-Pound Champion S. A. A. IT.. ' 20. Chester ' s medical career was interrupted at the end of his sophomore year by the late fuss with the kaiser. . fter helping put " Bilhelm in Dutch. " he resumed his work in the junior year. With quite a struggle, he succeeded in putting the junior work down b ' means of the " head lock " and " body scissors. " This year lie is maneuvering for a " half Nelgon " on the senior course. He ' ll get it. Ernest Pierce Terrell STAMPS, ARKANSAS A.B.. Arkansas College; Phi Beta Pi. No doubt in the dim future some one will see this name deeply carved in the tablets of fame. Terrell is not a shark in any subject, but good in ' em all. He has not only found time to study the Saturday Eve- ning Post each week, but has found time to keep up with his work as well. The doctors of Arkansas wel- come him into their lanks. William Bruce Talbot LAFAYETTE, ALABAMA University of Alabama; Pi Kappa Phi; Kappa B.S.. Psi. Bruce, who is a two-year man. has made a very creditable showing since entering these precincts. He is a consistent workei ' . and is also consistent in many other things. On him who is diligent in his work and serious in his attempts Dame Fortune confeL-s tliat lasting degree — Success. Jefferson Sherlock Southard FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS A.B.. I ' niversity of Missouri ; Alpha Tau Omega : Alpha Kappa Kappa; Track. ' :iU-21. Allhough not connected with Bud B ' isher. " Jeff ' s " popularity is none the less gi-eat. With a cheerful disposition, a pleasing personality, and a long stL-ide, lie makes his way into the esteem pf all. He is a convert of the Cinema, an authority on pictures, both mnlion and radiogi-aph it ' , a student, and a gentleman. William Rudolph Sneed WORTHAM, TEXAS B. A., Trinity University ; Sigma Pi ; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Fquare and Compass. Sneed, just another Texan, enrolled in the junior year. On the slightest provocation, he used to keep returning home, at intei ' vals, for a few days. A few said. " The Call of the Wild " : the majority. " The Fair One. " Friendly, easy-going, conscientious and dependable. Bill has proved his high character and true worth as a man antl a student. 254 iiiiiiiiii,iiiiniiiiiii;iiiiiiHiiiiHiiu»iiiuuHiniiuiimuHiiiuuiimnHmiiiimmiminmimiii»iniiiiiiiiiuiMummnimiiffli»»U!»i« . )!.V;V.? ' -.. ;.,.:,„„„ Ernest Witt Towns end ARKADELPHIA. ARKANSAS A.B., Ouachita. Colleee; Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Pi; Alpha Omc ga Alpha: Stars and Bars. " Happy " liails li-om " God ' s country. " He had to uphold an ancestral scholastic fucord which would have discouraged most of us. Only Mr. Beifleld ' s " Bible " will show how well he has done this. Tulane can boast of Tew students with such a record. Con- genial, lull of vim. vigor and vitality, he is bound to succeed. Samuel Patrick Wainwright ATMORE, ALABAMA ITnivoisity of Alabama; PI Kappa Phi; Kappa Psi. Sam has a pei-sonality which not only has made him populai ' amon?: all of us. but also has made quite a splash in the sea of mermaids in the smart set of this Southern metropolis. And besides, he is a walking advertisement for the " At more Chamber of Com- merce. " Some day he expects to put liis feet on the topmost nii ' dical rung. 1 Henry Wanderer NEW YORK CITY Collefre of City of New York. Wandei ' or joineil us w ith several others from the Empire State in the junior year. The class is glad he came and is sorry to see him go. Henry has a way of his own. quiet but industrious. We hope that his success will be as high as the seat he selects in the amphitheaters. I Ralph Weiler NEW YORK CITY B.A.. Yale; Nu Sigma Nu ; Art Editor Medical Sec- tion Jambalaya. ' 22. Here is a man versatile and talented — a globe trot- ter, an artist, a student. Medicine is the only profes- sion broad enough to permit such a man to develop his possibilities. While here Ralph used his time well, and when he gets his M.D.. Tulane will have a worthy representative in the Empire State. James Ezekiel Whitaker NEW HOPE, ALABAMA B.L., Berea College; Phi Beta Pi; Square and Com- pass. " Whit " is a big-hearted chap, a deep thinker, and a hard workei-. His friends like him for his genuine good nature and faithfulness. Woe unto malai ' ia Plas- modia when chased by him. He is another who be- lieves " it is not good for man to live alone, " Whit ' s practical knowledf.e will make his progress rapid in the community fortunate enough to get his sei ' vices. Charles Toldert Wilkinson WAKE FOREST, NORTH CAROLINA B.A., Wake Forest College; Chi Zeta Chi. Charies, hailing from the old North State, entered the Junior Class. He is small of body, but big of mind and thoroughly dependable. He is the sort of person that one seeks for a friend, being open-hearted and sincere. M ' ilkinson is not a book worm, neither is he a loafer, but being a firm believer in the doc- trine of association, he strikes a happy medium. 255 .■■■■ ' ■■ ■• ;■■ ' ■- ' ■ .5- " v ■ ' ■■ •■ ' iiiiiiinniiniiiiuMMiiihMiiiiiiMtiuuiiuinnnniiuuiHiiiiiu iiiiniiiiwiiwiitiuiiMHniiunnniniiiiiu!nnnuitiuiuiniH»inufUunwmtiiuuunsiii ' jimiCBi! .■■■-: ?i ?=p£ Robert Watson Wilkinson, Jr. WAKE FOREST, NORTH CAROLINA A.B., AVako Forest Collego; Clii Zetn Clii. R. W. came to Tulane along with his brother, rharles. and is easily the " Beau Brummel ' of the Wake Forest gang:. He is a great believer in pleas- ure, but he never lets pleasure interfere -with busi- ness. Another of his beliefs is that there is a great advantage to a doctor in having a nurse for a " bet- ter half. " Hiram Joseph Williams CORDELE, GEORGIA Mercer University; Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa. " Hike " is a man after your own heart. His medical course was interrupted by the World War. and he spent nearly two years in France. Returning, he joined our Sophomore Class, and has been one of its most dependable members. Happily married and holding an M.D. from Tulane — what more could any man desire? Earl Mathies Woodson POTEAU, OKLAHOMA University of Oklahoma; Phi Beta Pi Square B.S.. and Compass; Acacia. " Law. " not one of the old guard, came to us first in the summer of 1919 as a research worker in Em- bryology. Those who knew him then were mighty glad to see him back for the junior year. He is known all over school for his wonderful yarns. Oklahoma needs men of his type and success awaits him there. William Hobson Woody WOODSDALE, NORTH CAROLINA B.A.. Wake Forest College; Phi Rho Sigma. " Jack. " coming to our Junior Class from Wake Forest, has decidedly upheld the excellent record made in that institution. The " Woody smile " is known throughout the Senior Class and has made many friends. His gallantry and personal charm have given many a debutante auricular fibrillation. Such qual- ities as his bespeak only success in his chosen pro- fession. Homer Kidd Wright OPP, ALABAMA B.S.. University of Alabama; Phi Chi. TN right is from Alabama and possesses the qualities that generally distinguish the sons of that state. He has learned that a physician should not talk too much, lor " by their fruits ye shall know them. " Be- ing popular, an earnest worker, and naturally " bent " toward medicine, his success as a doctor is assured. Kate Savage Zerfoss NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE B.S., Vanderbilt; Delta Delta Delta; Alpha Epsilon Iota; Alpha Omega Alpha; Stars and Bars; Secretary- Treasurer Class. ' 19; Vice-President Tulane Medical Woman ' s Association, ' 20-21. Two honorary fraternities, a husband, and the re- spect and esteem of students and faculty alike, are among the rewards reaped by this little lady from Tennessee. She has gone the even tenor of her way. making every one better for her association. Tulane needs more like her. 256 r-- iiiiiiiiiiuiiiHiiuiiiiiiiMiHiiiiiiuuHiiuuiiiuiiiiiuuuuiiiinuiuiiiHmmiWHiiiiiMiiiHiiHiiiiiiuuiiuHnuiuuuiuuimHmuuiiiumuumnumiisniflmi f%!.. 0 ' ;S ' " ' " " " - " " " ' " ' " " ' 0 „,„..v, .ii " ii " W- " ' ' " " " " ™ " " " " " ' " " " -. ' .,,v.. , .,„„,,.„ .,.... ' » ' Si| ,Sf; -, , ' 4f if " " ' f| - m. .« «. ..i . . ' i-ll » %.. w J4. .. v « ' Senior Medical Class History iN September, 1918, when the World War was raging at its height, we were organized and mustered in — the S. A. T ' . C. being our official designation. Martial terms filled the air and " squads, maich. sergeant, flu, bugle notes, and K. P. " were much better learned than Anatomy, Chemistry, and a few of the " ologies. " Thus (he battle of Camp Martin raged until thai memorable morning of November 1 1 . Then " as you were " gave way to " at ease. " and in a month more the S. A. T. C. was disbanded, an extra ten days ' leave for Christmas was voted, and the soldier-student-civilians were hastening home to relate the horrible details. Returning after the holidays, we found the war clouds lifted. Camp Martin history, and a year ' s medical work to be done by June. Suffering many casualties and greatly reduced in number, we " carried on " till the end of the year. We received some reinforcements from overseas, however, and with our ranks somewhat increased, we started work again. We mastered the intricacies of smoking drums without gelling sooty ourselves and of making one hundred and twenty dots a minute with variously colored inks. This period of our existence was relatively peaceful, being only occasionally disturbed by a muscle that would not jump at the proper time, thus ruining a perfectly good tracing. Even then " Chilly " would smooth things over by saying " It can ' t be wrong, the muscle did it. " To be sure, there were quizzes and exams, but they, like the poor, are always with us. so that by that time we had almost gotten used to them. Having been duly introduced to " digitalis, " heart sounds, and the various types of breathing, we qualified to " go on " and, the foundation having been laid for the super- structure, we came " down-town. " All points of the compass contributed members to our class at the beginning of our junior year and we doubled in number. Seventy-odd strong, we began to study " real medicine. " We were pre- sented with a schedule that Poe would have rejoiced in deciphering, but which was almost too much for just a " Junior Med. " Kindly seniors came to the rescue, however, and it became Intelligible to us with time. After the first few days of wandering In groups through the halls of Charity Hospital, feeling much greener than when we were freshmen, and getting lost a few times, we became oriented — we even began to feel at home. But all was not to run smoothly for us. That year we sustained a great loss. Our dearly beloved dean. Dr. Dyer, was suddenly taken from us. He was the students ' friend, and it was upon him that we depended for guidance, to him we always brought our troubles, as individuals and as classes, feeling sure that, however trivial, they would always receive consideration and advice, and a solution to our problems would be secured. We felt our bereavement keenly. However, recovering from the shock which his death had given us, we discovered that he had left behind his high principles, his lofty ideals and, with the memory of him constantly with us, we are striving, as though he were still here, to live up to those principles, to attain those ideals. Our fourth year has at last been reached, the Mecca towards which our eyes have been turned for the past few years is before us. It scarcely seems that so much time has elapsed since we started, and we are a little awed to think that we are soon to be trusted with the care of suffering humanity, that the life and death of a patient may be entirely in our hands. Very shortly we disband, no more to answer roll calls, or sit with rapid pulse and anxious look, wondering " will I be quizzed nextV We will scatter to all parts of the United States, some of our boys will go to the old world. Some will achieve fame as surgeons, internists, diagnosticians, etc., while others may be just " country doctors. " Whatever line they choose to pursue, they will do so with the same earnestness and loyalty which they have shown in the last few years, true to the spirit of our Alma Mater, thus reflecting glory upon her. HISTORIAN. 257 Qj( j. iiiiHnMiiHiititniii!Hiiiifi!tifHiiimuiutiuu(iiuuuiutiuiii Htii!i!imiiMntniiinHjniiiiiiinuuiiitiiuiuuiuu ii!iunn ■• -i f £ " ■ » - -?■...■.... «V g;. ' «- ;•■■■•■ ' ' ■l■ l A l,.y,■,.. ..„ , t r-™ " i..a.,„, .;J„ ' ,K, ffloUeQeof fflcdicinc TulancUniuersit of |-,ouisiana " .J 258 ■■■■ ' ' " c . r ' ,,?-. lliiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiniuuiiiiiuiniiiiiii»niiinuiuiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiniiMniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiuiHi»uuuiiuuiiuiH»uuuuiuumiiiui v i- ' ft us ill! lip ' ™ ' - .( iiiirnii ' ' ' ' V- ' ' ' ' " " ' " " " ' " " " " " ' -»«iv,H , ' (ii i ' i 1925 259 S " ' ' - ' . ;n ' -. ■ IIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIMIIIMII iiiiMUii»iiMi(uni(iii»MiMiiiiiii«uimiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiii»iiiMuiiiuunuu uu ii)nii»nuniunmiHiiiuii!Ui5illsmimiimim«iiiniiiiI r,]r S J? ' " ' " ■ " siO vsS ' 4. ' ' ■ ' Junior Medical Class Officers Joseph F. Shuffield President Henry B. Alsobrook Miss Goldie S. Ham Claude V. Perrier Vice-PresiJent Secretary Treasurer Julian G. Palmer Miss Clara B. Barrett Assistant Editor jambala} a Historian James F. Alison Assistant Business Manager Jambalaxm JUNIOR MEDICAL CLASS HISTORY F the eighty-seven members of the 1919 Freshman Medical Class, forty-seven have weathered the numerous storms of the freshman and sophomore years, and have attained the dignity of juniors. Most of these losses took place during the first year, due largely to the inability of the freshman mind to grasp the intricate details concerning the human body, as they were unfolded to us by Dr. Hardesty, Dr. Baker, and their assistants. Yet there were some who, though successful in those departments, found the behavior of frogs and " bugs " in the laboratories of physiology and bacteriology far from being in accordance with the rules laid down for them by Dr. Garrey and Dr. Duval. So they either decided the controversy useless or, with commendable de- termination, are spending a year making further investigations in these departments. While suffering these losses, we have welcomed into our midst those who have come from other schools, so that our present number is eighty- seven, exactly our original number. So lai-ge was the number of new men at the beginning of this year, that with our change from " up-town " to " down-town, " we old students all but felt ourselves the strangers. Only a short time, however, was necessaiy for us to become acquainted and realize that our new co-workers were valuable additions to our number. And now we are in the midst of innumerable quizzes, night calls, and the other trials and pleasures which make up the life of a junior. Yet there are times vhen, with eager anticipation, we look forward to the time when we shall receive our M.D. ' s in recognition of our diligence, and that we may then put into actual practice the medical ideals instilled into us by our faithful and esteemed predecessors. HISTORIAN. 260 iliiiiiinnniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniMiuiiuitiuiiiniiiiiitiiiuiiiiHi HuuiiiiHiiiituiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiu{iiiiiiuiiiunuHiuiiiuuwtiiii»MUHUuiiwuuiii Hnii5ili ' jimiCW •-;:S)| fylHfi W - ' ' ' " " ' " :::- " " " .;y:.y,::. " :fZ 0 ! ' y " " - " " " ' " ' ' • " 0 ..,„„„,..„.,..,v„.. - " ■ " ■■■ " — " " ' • " " •» ' " • " v.„......,„„..,„ „,. .„...,„ ..Mjii rplSa, .■ ' Joseph F. Shuffield Nashville, Ark. Alplia Kapija Jvappa; Class Pr ' esideiU, " lil-iii ; ll ' mor omnlittel 20-21-22. When lie speaks, lio knows whereof hi- spcalv.s. Motto: 111 all thing ' s be ti ' ue. Henry B. Alsobrook Manning, Ark. Plii Buta Pi : Square and Compass; Vice-President Class. ' 21-22; Honor Cominitte.e, ' 20-21. Earnest worker, faithful lover, ' ne very thing " . Motto: A Razorback and proud oL ' it. Goldie S. Ham, A.B Greenville. Miss. Alpha Delta Pi; Alpha Epsilon Iota; Historian, ' 20- 21; Class Secretary, ' 21-22. She lives up to her motto. Motto: To be a good sport. Claude V. Perrier, A.B. . . . New Orleans, La. Kappa Psi; Class Treasurer, ' 21-22. The answer to a maitlen ' s prayer. Motto: Look wliat Nature did for me. James F. Alison, B.S. . . . Kings Landing, Ala. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ; Kappa Beta Phi ; Phi Chi ; Owls ; Assistant Business Manager Jambalaya, ' 22 ; Pan -Hellenic Council. A perfect man nobly planned, to cheer, to comfort, and to command. Motto: To be a " large " success. John C. Allen Tatum, Tex. Alpha Kappa Kappa; Square and Compass. A diligent student combined with the essentials of a well-liked fellow. Motto: To thine ownself be true. Hobart S. Awtrey Steele, Ala. ( ' hi Zeta Chi, The best men and most potent corn grow in Ala- bama. Motto: The early bird catches the worm. James J. Baron, A.B., B.S. . . New Orleans. La. Joe has become a benedict — what next? Motto: My kingdom for a boy. Roswell C. Basinger, B.S Mobile, Ala. Xu Sigma Nu; Pledge Delta Kappa Epsilon. The best is not always put up in large packages. Motto: To live and die in Mobile. Harold J. Battalora, B.S. . . New Orleans, La. Chi Zeta Chi. " Handsome Harold, " Motto: F. O. W. (He owns an automobile.) Gill W. Blackshear, A.B. . . Panama City, Fla. Sigma Nu; Phi Chi; Class President. ' lS-19; Honor Committee. ' 18-19. A good student, a good sport, and with you. right or wrong. Motto: Never let a poor heart grow lonely. 261 iiiiiiiiiiHintiuuniiiuniMiniuMitnuutiniwiiHiiiiiiiwiiiMiiiiniiiiiiiiiiHiiiiuiiiitiiiiniiitiiiiiniiiMtuiMinufiiiHitfintiii iMauninminuiiuisni Charles E. Catchings, B.S. . . Woodville. Miss. T: rlta Tau Delta; Nu Sigma Nu. Small in stature, but every inch a man. : li tto: Always willins " to help. Lawrence J. Clark Clinton, Miss. ( ' hi Ceta t ' hi. He talks on and on as if he had something to say. Motto: I dare do all that may become a man. John A. Colclough, B.S Lamar, S. C. Kappa Psi. A fat globule surrounded by gasoline. Motto: Get all the sleep you can. Henry O. Colomb Romeville, La. Beta Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu; 0 i " Sunbeam " keeps his mouth shut, and making grades is his specialty. Motto: Sell ' -perfection for tin- good uf many. William H. Cook Baton Rouge, La. Siyma Nu: Kappa B ' la Phi: .-Vlpha Kapita Kappa; Olive and Blue; Owls. " I hear Octavia calling mo " ; an exception to all rules. Motto: If you don ' t like my peaches, don ' t shake my tree. Cyril G. Devron, B.S New Orleans, La. Delta Sigma Phi; Kappa Psi; Wnstling. ' IH-IT; Football and Basketball. A good student and a true friend. Motto: When in doubt, lead trumps. Hal C. Douglas Russellville, Ala. Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi. A man with a wonderful personality, and a man we are proud of. Motto: Think twice before acting. James P. Dyar Boaz, Ala. I ' hi Beta Pi. As honest as Lincoln, and as persistent as a book agent. Motto; Be sure you are right then go ahead. John R. Evans, Ph.G Cordele, Ga. Sipma Nu ; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Owls; Class Presi- dent. ' 20. A good fellow and a true friend. Motto: To succeed Ashman. D. J. Farley, A.B Irondale, Ala. Pi Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu ; Square and Com- l iass. A well-built blonde. Motto: Give to the world the best you have, and the best will come bdck to you. James V. Ferguson, B.S. . . Chi Zeta Chi. A wavy blonde seeking Medicin Creoles. Motto: Go ahead. Take half. Iioys, Marshall, Ark. n the land of the 262 iiiiliiiuuMiuiaiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniuiiuiiiuiiiuiiiumiuiinii miiiiiimiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiniMniiiiiuiiiiiiuiuuiuuu»u Mnumuuuiumim in " " •ll ' .llnny ,,,,,, . " " :r WiLLARD L. Fitzgerald .... Birmingham, Ala. Delta Tail Delta; Alpha Kappa Kappa; () vls. Handsome and learned. Motto: You can ' t have brains and hair loo. F. P. Frizzell. Jr., M.A. . . . Knox Cily, Tex. Nu SigTTia Nu. Very absent-minded. Motto: Virtue for reward ' s sake. George G. Garrett, B.S. . . . Grove Hill, Ala. Kappa Psi. A youthl ' Lil, usel ' ul. modest man. Motto: The only way to ha ' a frirnd is to be one. Percy M. Girard ....... Lafayette. La. Nu Sigma Nu. His size is not a measure of his ability. Motto: Life is short — so why worry? Robert N. Graham Cotulla, Tex. Phi Beta Pi. There is a reason for everything. Motto: Do the " profs " before they do you. Leonard D. Gremillion, A.B. . . Alexandria, La. Kappa Psi. A man who knows whereof he speaks. Motto: Be sure you are right, then go ahead. Robert T. Hambrjck, A.B. . . . Roxboro, N. C. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Theta Nu Epsilon; Phi Chi. " Lengthy " on the job. Motto: Do it now. Marion D. Hargrove Naichitochei, La. Sigma Nu ; Phi Chi ; Owls; Class President. " 20-21 ; Honor Committee. If persistence counts, he will win her heart. Motto: Great oaks from little acorns grow. John A. Hart Sour Lake, Tex. Chi Zeta Chi. A worthy student of Medicine, a living exponent of its principles. Motto: Anything worth doing at all is worth doing well. Roy E. Henderson, B.S Longview, Tex. Chi Zeta Chi. A popular student, worthy and well qualified. Motto: There is no royal road to learning. J. Shirley Hodges Denion, Tex. Delta Kappa Epsioln; Nu Sigma Nu. Very conservative. Motto: " Nothing is true, and of even that we are not sure. " 263 iiiinnnniiiiiiiiiiii!;;iii;;;i;iiwiu:nMtiiimtmmmiiiiiiiMi! ' ,tiii)n!!imiii ' ,!!!i!!!i!!i!: :::::;-.: ' .:;::i:;! ' ,iU(iti! m«miiiHimiiSiDsmiCDmmiiim ' . ' .!ii:!iii ■• " ■ :mini%.....,.,_„,,,,, ,.,i; " -v- " ' .- ' Atii ' - ....jf v ■.■-■■ _ •«=- ' ?|N ' v .. „ ' § (; :, . vn ' 5 - ' ' ' i(4i •s ' .yViP ' Marcus C. Hunt River View, Ala. Aljiha Kappa Kappa; Square and Compass. I ove them all. and specialize on one. Motto: Keep vyes open. William K.. Irwin New Orleans, La. Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Owls. Very anxious to be like Emmette and get married. Motto: Finish Medicine or " bust. " Waldo H. Jones Washington, D. C. Kappa Psi; Wrestling, ' 20-21-22. Hops along lively to class, when he hops at all. Motto: Don ' t do today what you can tomorrow. Joe L. Kellum Guntown, Miss. Chi Zeta Chi. A good fellow, liked by all who know him. Motto: Kellum, not Kill ' em. Robert L. Kennedy, B.S Metier, Ga. Sij ma Nu; Kappa Beta Phi; Phi Chi; Owls; Olive and Blue. When the shaking is good, I ' ll bf there. Motto: They can ' t keep a good man down. Guy E. Knolle Brenham, Tex. r eUa Tau Delta; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Owls. A good student and a real friend to all. Motto: Do your duty. Morris S. Le Doux, B.Sc . . . Indian Bayou, La. Phi Beta Pi; Owls; Honor Council, 21-22. A perfect student and an honorable man. Motto: Truth, thoroughness and practitaility. Clyde J. Lewis, B.S Amory. Mi: Delia Tau Delta; Alpha Kappa Kappa. A likable sort of fellow and good student. Motto: It ' s better to wear out than rust out. AsHFORD H. Little, B.S Wesson, Mi; ' ignia Clii; Nu Sigma Nu. In dress he is a peacock. Motto: There with women. is safety in numbers, when dealing James N. Lockard, B.S. . figma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu. " Ain ' t tlie tlarling cute? " Motto: Who said Mexia? Ocean Springs, Miss. Frank L. Loria, B.S. New Orleans, La Square and Compass. A diligent seeker after the mysteries of Medicine. Motto: Duty flist, but don ' t forget pleasure. 264 ij r .■ iliiHiiiiHMitiiHMiiiiiiiii!ininiiuiuutMiuiuiniiuniHi!iini HiiiiniM tiii»HiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiniiiiniiiniiiHuuuuutuitiinHUUUnuuiiwu i !i uun5iii ' jitniCSttll ■%. l i rS ' -. " ■ ' !4 ' M;. rfJif , i?vi.r " " " " " " " " ' " " j , , ,. ■■■ ' % • « " " ? " ■ " :.■■ " ■- . Cecil O. Lorio. B.S Lakeland, La. Alpha Kappa Kappa; A ' ice-President ClasH. ' I ' O-ii]. His thougrhts ai ' e not always centered on Mfdiclne. Motto: Think right, do right, and get married. Francis P. McGahey, B.S Embry, Miss. fill Zeta Chi. Weak in stature, but strong in mind. Motto: Don ' t let Medicine interfere with singing. Edward H. Maurer New Orleans, La. Phi Delta Sigma. Good looking — but what a butcher! Motto: Take it slow and easy. Zeron L. Merritt, A,B Bolton, N. C. Kai pa Psi ; Square and Compass. ■■Shorty. " Motto: Keep your correspondence up to date. Kenneth A. Morris, B.Lit. Jacksonville. Fla. Nu Sigma Nu. Lean but learned. Motto: A sense of humor covers a multitude of sins. Leroy J. Neal, B.S Shawnee, Okla. Clii Zeta Chi. Slow but sure. Motto: " Plough deep while sluggards sleep. " Julian G. Palmer Opelika, Ala. Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Chi; Owls; Assistant Editor Jambalaya, ' 21-22; Assistant Art Editor. ' 22. A gentleman and a scholar. Motto: Ten thousand men make an army, but one little woman makes a liome. Henry W. Pearce Orange. Tex. Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi; Owls; Olive and Blue. A tall, handsome blonde; the he- amp of the class. Motto: IMake friends with every one. MiiRV Raymond, A.B New Orleans, La. Alpha Omicron Pi; Alpha Epsilon Iota. Curiosity personified. Blotto; No rest for the weary. Matthew J. Rivenbark, A.B. . Wake Forest. N. C. Chi Zeta Chi. The man with the beautiful hair. Motto : Diligence. Council C. Rudolph, B.S. . . . Jacksonville, Fla. Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu. The spirit of V. M. I. Motlo: Say! listen, kid. 65 . ' ' . " .-ii ' ' ' Nr ' -Wi. iiiiimiiHi«iiiiiiiiHitiniifiiiiniuiiiiiui«iiUMiuiuiiHHiiui iiiiiiiiimiiiiwmiiiiHiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiH»iiniumniiiiH««uuuumHmiimi -ria " " ' ■-■.■, vi„, ' ' 3. %. . " sVf .iiiV ih. ' ' !i- , J F ' " " ' S M W " ,% ' ' ' %:i. ' " ■i f - ■»«iitt. rtfiijfij vfl ' i -- ' ' ;» ;k ' ■-■■■;:|-2 0:-%.fc " r ' t-v! S.tfA " . 7i. William M. Scott. B.S Mobile. Ala Sig-ma Nu; Phi Chi; Owls. Sleep hath charms that toil knoweth not. Motto: To have a friend, be one. Joseph Sicomo New Orleans, La K n o w n 1j y his w h i sk e rs. Motto: To be as hard as Dr. Smith. Tom Simes, Ph.G. Albcrtville. Ala. Alpha Kappa Kajipa. ir i?oud nature were gold, lie would outshine Rocke- feller himself. Motto: A contented mind is the greatest wealth. Thomas L. Smith, B.S. Birmingham, Ala Phi ' ' hi; i- ' (iuare and Compass. A friend to those who would be friendly. Motto: Work hard, but have a good time. William D. Stickley, A.B. . . Stevens City, Va. K;il»ria Sigma; Phi Chi ; Owls. A .m ' ntleman from Virginia. Mdtto: A woman is only a woman, but a good cigar is a smoke. George H. Sumner ' ranklm, ille, N. C. Kappa Psi. " Shorty " is quiet, but he thinks a lot. Motto: Short but sweet. Felix M. Tankersley, A.B. . . Hope Hull, Ala. Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi; Owls; Olive and Blue. The man whose middle naine is " hard work. " Motto: Ask me something. Carl B. Tittle, A.B Mt. Vernon. Tex. Phi Chi. Observant and optimistic as a rule. Motto: What will be the difference in a hundred years? Curtis H. Tyrone, B.Sc Prentiss, Miss. Chi Zeta Chi. A parlor bear, a field hare. Motto: Man is not what he seems. James M. Washam. B.S Sylacauga. Ala. Phi Chi: Square and Compass. Tall and handsome, seeking Medicine and matrimony. Motto: Say little and hear lots. 266 iiiiHmininitiiiiniiiiiii;iiiniiiiui»iitu»iuuiiuHi!i»iiuni»iiiuHmiiiiiimiiiiiiiii " miiuiiniiiui»iiiuuiuMiimMiimiwnumiuiiwm :Sfli| ' ■ ' ■ ' •vju.;iiin .: v, ' . fii! " : " " ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' " " ' ' ' " " ' " " ' " ' ' 0 - M i " " ;;w " :r , 0- " " " % " " 1% ' ' ir " " %, ' r ' Tm -M ' " t . J : ; •:-{;5 " " " - " « " ' -w ,i-s;K ' " SOPHOMORE 267 ..■If ' --., ; ||llllllll lintlllllllllill iii,i,„i,,i,i,,,,ii,,,,,,,„„,i,,,,Hmminmiiu»miiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiniiiimfiiiiiiimiimmmwu»i!mwui tinimiiummuiisuisiD ' flmicammimwiiniiiii ' ' ffj :. ' Si .J. ' -$. ' %«? ' 1 ' ' % •■:-;- ' - ' -w.,,t„.„, acCvj ' : - ■ %. =! ,sS4l Sophomore Medical Class Abramowitz, Ayers, Azar, Azzara, C. V. Beall Benson, Bowers. G. G. Brown, D. C. Browne, Brumfield, Burdit, Carmichael, Clayton Cohen, Coleman, Darrincton, Donaldson, Egdorf, Feldner, Ferro, Flowers Floyd, Graber, Guenther, Hamer, Hanus, Harbour, Harper, Head Hood, Hutchinson, Hyman, Jackson, Jensen, Jordon, Kirksey, Landry Lawson, Lombard, McNair, Parades, Payne, Polmer. Rabb, Reagan RiKE, Rosen, Rosser, Shaver, Shepard. Smith, Tardo, Tumbleson Werkheiser, Williams, Winters, Wirth, Young 268 ■ ■ jK- y. ' ., ' ?; " -. : iiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiuiiiiiM(tiiitniinuiii»ininnHiiuiiimmiimmiiiMUiiiiiiUiiiiniiiiiiiH»iinuu»miiniH«iiumi»mw«iliiu ' ' •IHUIHW, ,, ■:.m wt %.: ■ " j-U ' ■::-W Sopn omore MeJical Class Officers Charles T. Williams President Virgil L. Payne Vice-PrestJenl Donovan C. Browne Secrelar )-Treasurcr William S. Hannah Hislorian Miss Jessie MauNEY Assistant Editor Jamhala a Hymen L. Cohen Assistant Business Manager Jambala)ia Members Joseph A bramowitz Brooklyn. N. Y. Edgar Henry Allen . . . Harleton, Tex. Kappa Si ma: Alpha Kappa Kappa: Square and Compass; Honor Committee. ■20-21. J. Harrison Ayers, A.B. . . K.appa Alpha: Phi Clii Hartwell OwLs. Alex J. Azar. A.B Crowley. La. Phi P.ho Sigma. George B. Baylis, Jr. Carlos V. Beall . . John M. Beall . . Julius D. Benson . Haltiesburg, Miss. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Little Rock, Ark. Opelousas, La. Oscar J. Bienvenu, B.S. . Beta Tlieta Pi; Nu Siijma Nu ; Kappa Beta Phi; Owls; Olive and Blue. Pat Biscoe, B.S. . . . Arkadelphia, Ark. Donovan C. Browne, A.B. . Conway, Ark. Earl Z. Browne, A.B. . . Kosciusko, Miss. Robert H. Brumfield . . S ' ii;ni.i Nu; Phi Chi; Magnolia, Miss. Owls. Jesse N. Burditt Phi Beta Pi; Lockhart, Tex. Square and COTPpass. John L. Carmichael, A.B. . Goodwaier, Ala. Phi Beta Kappa; Kappa Psi. Richard H. Clark .... Jasper, Ark. Pi Kappa Alpha; Kappa Psi. John E. Clayton Paragould, Ark. Hymen L. Cohen, B.S. . . Coahoma, Miss. Assistant Business Manager .Jambalaya (Medical). ' 22. John A. Coleman, B.S. . . Plant City, Fla. Kappa Alpha: Phi Kappa Phi; Nu Sigma Nu ; Owls. Gilruth Darrington . Delta Tau Delta; Yazoo City, Miss. Phi Chi; Owls. Pierre A. Donaldson .... Reserve, La. .Alpha Kappa Kappa. Otto C. Egdorf, B.S Sedalia, Mo. Kappa Alpha; Phi Beta Pi; Square and Compass; Owls. George D. Feldner . . . New Orleans, La. Andres R. Ferro y Castro . Havana, Cuba William W. Flowers . . Dyersburg, Tenn. Phi Beta Pi; Square and Compass. Seth J. Floyd, B.S. . . Phoenix City, Ala. Kappa Psi; Square and Compass. William J. Graber, Jr. . . Brenham, Tex. Alpha Kappa Kappa. John C. Guenther .... Moulion, Tex. Phi Beta Pi. James G. Hamer Auslin, Tex. Chi Zeta Chi. Joseph J. Hanus, Jr Ennis, Tex. Thomas Q. Harbour .... Keener, Ala. Kappa Psi. Jesse T. Harper .... Monroeville, Ala. Kappa Psi. Walter H. Head, B.S. . . Birmingham, Ala. Pi Kappa Alpha; Chi Zeta Chi. Kenneth L. Hood. B.S. .... Elkln, 111. Nu Sigma Nu. William A. Hutchinson . . Nashville, Ark. Kappa Sigma: Phi Chi; Owls. Earl Hyman, B.S. . . . New Orleans. La. James W. Jackson . . . Aberdeen, Miss. Phi Rho Sigma. Robert H. Johnson . . . Hamilton, Ala. Phi Rho Sigma. Webb W. Jordon . . . Autaugaville, Ala. Sigma .Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi; Square and Compass. Neal B. Kearley .... Monroeville. Ala. Miss Frances L. Kingsbury, New Orleans, La. Thomas M. Kirksey . . . Dardanelle, Ark. Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi; Yell Leader, ' l- l ' . Odey F. Landry Delcambre, La. Edwin H. Lawson, B.S. . . Nashville, Ark. Signta . lpha Epsilon; Phi Chi. Julian H. Lombard . Nu Sigma Nu: . New Orleans, La. Track, ' 20-21. 269 ..ti x- " •fef.y-.isJ- ■-. ■■ ' i:::::;::::iir,iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniMiniiHiiiniinnnnwiitniiinwiiiniiniiiiiiiiHUiiiiiiirinniti!!i!!:i:iMi ,:!!UW!iP,:!i!iiunnimuunii iiwmiili iiniiSiB ' ' ■!(,..v,.-- " :ii in - --(iii ' - ' ■ ' iiiji? .iT " ' -iiv ' sf ' ■ ■ ' ' Spencer B. McNair . Kappa Psi ; Square Miss Jessie Mauney Walter L. Newburn . . McComb. Miss. ■ ami t ' linipass. Blue Mountain, Miss. Jacksonville, Tex. Drlta Tau Di ' lta ; Nu Si;;ma Xu; Owls. Solomon R. Paredes . Alfred M. Parsons . Virgil L. Payne . . Kappa Alpha; Nu Football, ' 20-21. Nathan H. Polmer . Robert Y. Rabb . . . Trinidad, Honduras Palesline, Tex. Greenville, Miss, ■ignia Nu ; X ' arsity . New Orleans, La. Marianna, Fla. Cas Reagan, B.S Delia. Ala. Phi Buta Pi. Indianola. Miss. Joseph R. Richardson HeBER C. RlKE . . . Alpha Tau Onit Warren L. Rosen . . . William J. Rosser . . . Phi Beta Pi. Kent Ruble, A.B Wagoner, Okla Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi. Dyersburg, Tenn. ;ii ; (. ' lii eta ( ' hi. New Orleans, La. Goodwater, Ala. Newton L. Sebastian . . . Norwood, La. Phi Delta Theta; Owls. Edward F. Shaver . . . Bradentown, Fla. Alpha Tau Omega; Kappa Psi. S. Charlton Shepard . . . Denton, Tex. James L. Smith Girard, Ala. .Sigma Pi; Alpha Kappa Kapp:i. John G. Snelling, Jr., A.B.. New Orleans, La. Cosmo J. Tardo, A.B. . . New Orleans, La. Fred F. Tucker . . . Nacogdoches, Tex. Talbot A. Tumbleson . . . Norfolk, Va. All. ha I ' hi Kli.r. phi (. ' hi; Owls. Carlos Urrutia .... Frank E. Werkheiser . . Chi Zeta Oh Charles T. Williams, A.B. . Lexington, Ky. Phi Chi; Clas.s President. Harry H. Winters, A.B. . New Iberia, La. Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Owls. WiLLARD R. WlRTH . . New Orleans, La. Phi Ka])pa Sigma; Phi Chi. Marion A. Young, Jr. . . Kappa I ' si. San Antonio, Tex. Deemer, Miss. Abbeville, La. Sophomore Medical Class History E starter! on our search over the elusive trail with brilliant colors (lying- high, but had not gone very far until we came to the Arch of tlie Aorta. Here darkness overtook us. and a large numbei ' of our party completely lost their way and of their fate we know not. Others, having had more or less experience at such gi ' ue- some maneuvers, stood still until the dawn of morning. We traveled thence upwards to the Decussation of the Pyramids, reconnoitered here for a few hours, and thence on. up. and over the vertex. The fatalities had run high over this irksome journey, and the morale of the remaining few was on the wane, but our journey was not yet ended- — in fact, the exigencies of tht- scapade were yet ahead. " We were rather poorly prepared foi- this .journey, since the usual guide. " Buddy. " was nowhere to be found. Nevertheless, we ven- tured upon the joui-ney, but found that, when we had reached the jungles proper, the entire party was enmeshed by connective tissue, both white fibrous and yellow elastic, smooth muscle and striped muscle, tendon, and even neuroglia tissue. It seemed that our fate was doomed, as we were like the proverbial Hy in the spider ' s wob. All at once a shining candle appeared, carried by a man of small statu le. quick step and with a beckoning to follow him. This man, whom we afterwards learned as Professor Cummins, guided us safely and showed us the sophomore trail and gave us instructions for the continuation of our journey. To this little man we take off our hats and shout his praises to the world. We reached the coveted sophomore year with great mortality, but found on our an-ival new recruits from all corners of the globe, and at the same time new and efficient guides. We have a large number of sojourns to make before we ha ' e finished. Already our efficient guide and Chesterfield. Dr. Garrey. has directed us through blood up to o ur knees, and Dr. Duval (King of Kings) has awaiting us a bed of microbes that will probably be over our heads in depth, and the chances are that some of us will lose our lives on this journey. We are looking forward to the dose of " Digitalis " all sophomoi ' es must take to slow down the heart beat, in order that they may become juniors. Our only hope is that we will not get an overdose. HISTORIAN. 270 iiiiHinniMMinuniiMiiiiiiiMMniiiiMniiunuiiinmiiHiiiiiniiiiiiiiMmiiiimuiniitiHiiiiui:!Uir!!innHnu!HUii ' .u! jffiHWiUfniiuiwi(iitiuinuiSiB ' i 0! ' {{: ' ' ' ' - ' - ' ' ' ' ' --tu,,,nsiu,mvii X ' i y - ' . ' i £•;; .--.1... II II 1.1 .%. ' ■■.• ■■■■■■ ■XMM ' £ ' ' ' ' •Vu ' ' " " ' Uii i ' ' ■ vvVfi ' C ' ' ' " " ' • ' ' ' ■■■;;■;.„;; -. .U Z: ' ' ' " ' Mi ' ha ■ • " ■■•:, ' ■ ' " ■ ' " ' " " " " ■W.Us.iv ,,. , FRESHMEN 271 r ' -.;•.- . ' - ' . jf? ■■. lliliiniinNi!iiinMii!iiiii!;ii!!:::;r .:nniiiiMwint!inuiin!i;iuiiiii!!::;:;iiiii!i;!!!i!ininniHiiMniiuiu ' a!tU!r.ui:;;r,!i::;v,;;;;;;;!((!ii!iwmiiiU! %h -iliB li;; ' ! ' " - " -;;;--- " -; " " - ' ' ' ZZ ' ' Z " ' ' ' l! ™;:: — : " ' " -7 " " o!!iV ' VV. ' i ' i.v».-.i[;,„.„..j,| i,..,,...!.;J, ' ' -fe " ii VSf .,f;S,, ' k :!,, , irtS ' hreshman Medical Class Acton, Bell, Bird, Botta, Brown, Cheatham CowART, Curtis, Devron, Easterling, Emery, Fletcher Gardner, Garnier, Gay, Granberry, Goldsmith, Guerriero GuAYMARD, Hacood, Harvey. Hill, Huckaby, Hunter LisENBY, Miller, Oliphant, Owens, Porter, Rich Robins, Roule, Sayre, Sharp, H. R. Smith, J. F. Smith L. P. Smith, Stallworth, Storck, Warren, Webb, White, Yarbrouch 272 .:!!f- ' ,-? V _ -J iiiinuniiMitiHiiMiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiuuiMniiinuiiunuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiHiiiiiniiiiHiiHiiiiuiuuHtuiHiuiiiuiinuiuiiUuiiniimiuiiiiuiuiisill) ' • ' I ' iMltllt , M :(!;T " " " - " ' " " " " ' FresKman Mediical Class Officers William P. Gardner PrclJenl Robert C. Hill Vice-PrcsUUni Ambrose H. Storck Secretary and Treasurer Florena G. Rich Hhlorian lOHN D. Bell Assistant Editor Jamhalaya M. MuRPH Swelling Assistant Business Manager Jambala})a Members Rafael S. Aguileri, B.S. R. P. Egbert J. Bailey .... Orange, N. Y. Nu Sigma Nu. Colenda F. Bautovich New Orleans, La. John D. Bell Pensacola, Fla. Sigma Alplia Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu; Assistant Editor Jambalaya, ' 22: As- sistant Crew Manager, " 21-22. F. J. Beyt St. Martinville, La. Tlieta Kappa Beta. Terry Bird Headland, Ala. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Maurice Borow .... Philadelphia, Pa. Kappa Nu. Louis P. Botta Fairfield, Ala. Robert E. Bratton . . Round Rock, Tex. -Mplia Kappa Kappa. Alexander F. Brock, Jr. . Monlgomery, Ala. Kappa Psi. Jas. S. Brown, Jr., B.S., Hendersonville, N. C. -Vipha Kappa Kappa. Hamilton K. Carrington Magnolia, Ark. Kappa Sigma: Phi Chi: Tulane Band. GooDE R. Cheatham . . Henderson, N. C. Sigma Nu: Plli Chi. Herndon H. Clarke .... Mobile, Ala. Chi Zeta Chi. Nicholas B. Colombo New Orleans, La. O. Hiram Cowart Austin, Tex. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Kappa Psi. Landersville, Ala. Robeline, La. William J. Craig . . . Herman P. Curtis . . . Kappa Psi. Leonhard E. Devron . . New Orleans, La Delta Sigma Phi; Kappa Psi. Nicholas J. Di Maggio Tampa, Fla. Frederick Y. Durrance, B.S. . Arcadia, Fla. Chi Zeta Chi. Ruby L. Easterlinc, B.S. . . Collins, Miss. Oscar J. Emery, B.A. . . . Denton, Tex. Nu Sigma Nu. 273 Joseph K. Farmer, A.B. . . Newport, Ark. Alpha Phi Epsilon. Vance W. Fletcher . . . Greensboro, Fla. P ' hi Rho Sigma. James W. Foy Rotan. Tex. William P. Gardner .... Tupelo, Miss. Phi Kappa Sigma: Phi Chi; Class Presi- dent; Glee Club. William V. Garnier . . New Orleans, La. Aristide C. Gaulon . . New Orleans, La. Phi Rho Sigma. Robert E. Gay Roanoke, Ala. Kappa Psi. Ben Goldsmith Welch, La. Sigma Alpha Mu. Howard B. Cranberry, Jr. . . Austin, Tex. Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu. Rafael A. Crillo, Ph.G., San Jose, Costa Rica -Alpha Sigma. Henry Guerriero Monroe, La. Phi Rho Sigma. Thaddeus H. Gueymard . . . Carville, La. Dan Hagood Mt. Willing, Ala. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Gaston A. Hebert . . . Hot Springs, Ark. Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa. Robert C. Hill, Ph.G. . . . Bellamy, Ala. Plli Beta Pi: Square and Compass; Honor Committee: Class Vice-President. Edwin Hirschfeld . . . San Antonio, Tex. Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Chi. Durward a. HucKABY . . Shreveporl, La. Kappa Psi. Melville W. Hunter . . New Orleans, La. Phi Beta Pi. Hyman Karnofsky . . . New Orleans, La. Saul F. Landry, A.B Morse, La. Henry N. Leopold . . . San Antonio, Tex. Sigma Alpha Mu. Julian L. Letcher .... Shorter, Ala. Alpha Chi Alpha; Chi Zeta Chi. James O. Lisenby Dothan, Ala. Theta Chi; Kappa Psi: Honor Committee. iiiinnii iMi!iiiiiiiiii»iiiMiiiiHiiiiiiMnuniuiiiiiiiiiininiiii iiiiiiiiimiiniiiiiiiinsiiniiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiui(uniiiHiiuniimwiuufuufffl minui:un5iii ' flmit „y.,- V.. i« ■ ' ■ ' iVli! ' .:}, ' » " Sfe ' ,=,§,.■. tirt • ' StSi „:, ,;:g4 John F. Lucas .... Moorehead, Miss. Sigma Xn ; Phi l tii. Robert McGrath Chicago, III. MoRELL W. Miller, B.S. . Abbotsiown, Pa. Phi Dolta Tluna; Alpha Kapita Kapita. Thomas H. Oliphant . . . Jackson, Miss. Delta Tau Delta; Nu Sigrma Nu. Bennett G. Owens ... Hurtsboro, Ala. - lpha Tau Omega; Chi Zota Chi. Wilbur B. Payne .... Covington, Va. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi. Archibald J. Phillips . . . Annislon, Ala. Slsma Pi Epsilon; Phi Chi. Baxter S. Porter, A.B. . . Columbus. La. Florena G. Rich .... Nashville, Tenn. Delta Delta Delta; Class Historian. RuEL R. Robins, B.S Ozan, Ark. Phi Chi. Irwin W. Rosenthal . . New Orleans, La. Jules V. Roule, Jr Mansura, La. R. SanfoRD Roy, B.A. . . Natchitoches, La. Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi. Alphonso Salazar, B.S., San Jose, Cosla Rica Thomas M. Sayre .... Mongham, La. Phi Rho Sigma; Square and Comi)as.s. Henry Schwartz .... Brenham, Tex. Joseph L. Scianni .... Brooklyn, N. Y. V. M. C. . .; . merican Legion. Robert F. Sharp Chunky. Miss. Nu Sigma Nu. Wallace P. Sheely . . . Gulfporl, Miss. Phi Rho Sigma. Alphonso Sims Richland, Ga. Chi Zeta Chi. Elias John Skoff .... Oakland. Calif. Phi Rho Sigma. Henry R. Smith Gadsden, Ala. Kappa Psi. John F. Smith, A.B Paris. Ark. Phi Chi. Lester P. Smith Lockney, Tex. Phi Beta Pl. M. Murph SnellING . . New Orleans, La. Kappa .Mplia; Phi Chi; Assistant Busi- ness : lanager .lamhalaya. " --. Louis Spiegel New York City WiLUAM L. Stallworth . . Ormille, Ala. Tluta Chi; Kaiipa Psi. Ambrose H. Storck. . . New Orleans, La. Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu ; Secre- tary and Treasurer Class. Vincent J. Thacker, A.B. . El Paso, Tex. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Joseph A. Tumminello, B.S., New Orleans, La. Hector Urrutia . San Antonio, Tex. Clifford J. Vedrenne . . New Orleans, La. Benjamin W. Word New Orleans, La. Phi Beta Pi. Daniel D. Warren . . . Hattiesburg, Miss. Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi; Square and Compass. Clarence H. Webb Lucas, La. Beta Omega Pi ; Nu Sigma Nu : Wrest- ling " ; Track. Herman A. White, A.B. . Alexandria, La. Kappa Psi. Seward H. Wills .... Stanhope, N. J. Chi Phi; Nu Sigma Nu. John D. Yarbrough, A.B. . . Clinton, S. C. -Alpha Kappa Kappa. Freshman Medical Class History On September 26, 1921, eighty-four earnest members of ihe Class of 1925 started on the first lap of a four years ' climb towards the goal of an M.D. degree. If we were not earnest when we started, we were as soon as we became acquainted with Dr. Smith. When we looked over our members, we realized that as a class we were above the average. We kept this opinion of ourselves until we handed in our first histology note-books. Strange as it may seem. Dr. Hardesty ' s opmion of us did not coincide with the one we held, and in his talk to us he almost persuaded us to agree with him that our brains were frozen, and we were like bumps on a log. After being properly meek for a week or two, we rebounded to normal when Dr. Smith said in one of our weekly conferences, " Regardless of how dumb you are, you are bound to absorb a certain amount of knowledge if you attend ail your classes regularly. " Our history is mostly in the making, but we have already acquired a fund of knowledge which is not provided for in the curriculum, but which may be useful. In the first place, art lessons should be Included in the pre-med work. The mixing of indelible inks should be substituted for the mixing of paints. In coloring blood corpuscles, you generally get the wrong combination — however, you can always do them over. If you cut the nerves in dissecting (you should always have your probe handy, because Dr. Smith may walk up on you while you are tracing them out wilh a knife), you will be two weeks ahead in your work, and you can go home and take a vacation — if there is anything left of you after Dr. Smith gets through. The Schedule Committee ihounhtlessly overlooked Sunday when they were making out ihe schedule, and omitted to make provision for classes on that day. However, the anatomy instructors are willing to remedy this, and unusually large assignments are made on Saturday. In spile of our evident handicaps, we feel that we are destined to make history for our university, and we are going on our way rejoicing that we are Tulane Freshman Meds. Historian. 274 .•■ ' ■ " ' : " ■■ ' .■■■ ' ' .€■ y if " ' ' •■ ' ' ' .-■■■ f« ..■■■ ' C • . V- ' ' ■■■ ■ ' s ' .4 " • ' M iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiMMiiiMiiuiiiiiiuiMinini iniunniiiiiiiiiniii!iiiM«iiuiiiiiiiniiiiiH!i!iiiii!HiniitnuuuiuuuiiiiHKUuiniiU!K«uiiiuuu!i5fflflmiM ' ' Hi. p ' HMi ' rt W- ' - ' ' ' ' i, ( M7 f- f 3 ■» ' jjiir " " " " ' .,,,,1,. DCNliSTR 1°15 n ' QWlLUAHS 275 Sr l -j i;::;ii»iiii«iiMnMnitniiMnMHH»HnniHnniiinHiiiinMiii»uiitiiiiiiuiiiiinMwiiiii(iiiiMuiifiiiniiMU!M»!iM!mHiiinnmuH(m!umM«i»iui«M5iBsraimH i«imii»i SS " . " ..,: " " •:ia %- $ W- ' " •mk flf ' " S )$ f% W " ' " %■■, sKWjj- ' ■•ims ' n;;:- ferffe :K» .,«il «5vffl I-f, ,.i i.0 ] ;5:: Senior Class m Dentistry Class Organization Walter H. Ratliff President Roland C. Steib Vice-President Irwin Isaacson Secreiary -Treasurer and Assl. Bus. Mgr. Jamhalaya Joseph J. Granata . . . . ' Historian Samuel D. Gore Assistant Editor jamhalaya Senior Dental Class History " Love hath his hidden treasure for the patient and the pure, And time gives his fullest measures to the workers who endure. " OUR years have elapsed since that fall morning of September, 1918, and many are the trials and tribulations we have witnessed. We entered the halls of Tuleme forty-two " strong, seeking to quench our thirst for knowledge. Unfortunately our country was in need of men, and we faithfully answered the call lo the cause. Uncle Sam soon dis- covered our knowledge of military tactics; many being honored by having the responsible duties of police of the kitchen thrust upon them. Some were made rear admirals, havmg charge of all the vessels in the kitchen. On November 11, 1918, the kaiser having heard of our military progress, immediately negotiated for peace. After having forced the kaiser to sue for peace, we reorganized and settled down to real work. We met and conquered our deadliest foe, Anatomy. To quote the great Caesar, " Veni, Vidi, Vici. As " Daddy " Metz ' chappies, the theory of chemicals was expounded to such magnitudes that the most mediocre could understand. We learned Chemistry from " cover to cover, inside out, outside in, down side up, and upside down. " ' At the beginning of ihe second year many were numbered among the missing, the weak having fallen by the wayside. Those of us who returned resumed our work with such energy and zeal that at the end of the year we all came through with colors flying. In the fall we returned as dignified juniors. After two years of toil and drudgery, we were ready lo begin practical dentistry and be called " doctors. " As diagnosticians and operators of dental diseases of the oral cavity, we were unsurpassed; being constantly called upon by our instructors lo demonstrate on difficult cases, which presented themselves daily at the clinic. Now as we enter the last lap of (he final year we number twenty-five, all tried and proven, all woven into the whole. We have faced our problems and solved them, we have met our obstacles and overcome them, and the goal is nigh at hand. We are soon to achieve the crowning glory of our college career, and as each one receives his diploma and leaves his Alma Mater, starting the ascent to life ' s summit with hope ever weaving her roces in the blue web of the future, may we ever be thankful to those noble, self-sacrificing fathers, brothers and professors whose loyal devotion and intelligent instruction guided our youthful minds in the search for Incwlcdge, and were ever solicitous of lour moral welfare. May our truest and sincerest affections for one another and our Alma Mater ever flow lo an inseparable union, for " To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die. " " Life, in swiftly fleeting, Tells again no meeting Of the ones we love. Parting leaves us groping In doubt, but still hoping We may meet above. " 276 Historian. .:.? " ■•■ ' . •■■ • iiiiiiMiniioiiiiiiiii:uiiiiinii!iiiuiHiiniu!nniiui»iiHiiuiniiii:iiiiiiiiiinmiiiMiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiinniiHniiuuiuuiii!iii«iuuniuuwmit» Mn!iSiD ' flmiW ' %: P Wii p " " .Utt,,i Walter H. Ratliff SLAUGHTER, LOUISIANA Psi Omega; Class President. ' 21-22; Class Vice- President, ' 20-21; Class President, ' 18-19; Chairman Honor Committee; Baseball and Basketball. " Genteel in personage, conduct and equipage. " " Rat " haiis I i-om Slaughter, La., and oh ! how he slaughters the women — the heartless wretch. With liis clever ways and " blue " melodies, " Rat " has spread sunshine around us for four years. With his magnetic personality we know that he will have many fair patients when he hangs out his shingle in the near future. Roland C. Steib VACHERIE, LOUISIANA Vice-President Class, ' 21-22; Track. ' 20-21; Football, ' 19-20. " Steadfast was his friendship, his word as true as gold. " Steib — there is only one like him — is truly a student of whom any class could feel proud. Roland is a nnan of many honors but few words, letting his deeds speak for themselves. The goal he is about to reach is a fitting reward for his faithful work. Irwin Isaacson NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA Secretary-Treasurer Class, ' 21-22; Assistant Business Manager Jambalaya, ' 22; Historian, Class ' 19; Tulane Pep Club, ' 21-22. " For him, there was nothing too great or too small. " " Ike, " the little boy scout, has taken care of our finances for four years, and we have never lost a penny — that we know of. He walks the floor all day, reciting " Hail Mary ' s " from Blair ' s Sui-gery, Black ' s Operative and Smith ' s Anesthesia. Irwin of 100 per cent class spirit expects to far eclipse liis brother Tulane graduates in fame and fortune. Joseph John Granata BERWICK, LOUISIANA Class Historian, ' 21-22. " O winning way. a pleasant smile. " Joe, the historian and artist, came to us from Ber- wick, and has been with us four years. He has in- spired his fellow students to greater things. Realizing the evil of the tobacco habit, he has helped his class- mates by confiscating their cigarettes. Joe is an all- around dentist, and we feel that he will do credit to the Class of ' 22. Frank Marion Anastasio NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT " Thine the chivalric obeisance, the courteous grace of the Norman. " The " Count " or " Little Caruso " blew down from the New England states, much to the expense of who- ever writes those three letters a day. By his pleasing personality, Anastasio has infiltrated himself into the hearts of us all. We hope he goes back to " Old New England " and remembers well his " wintering " here. Senac William Barkmeyer ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA " A Study in Brown forsooth. " " Bark " has been with us our entire four years, and it is not his fault if all of us have not had a black eye during that time, for next to making false teeth and showing us how they stand up. dishing out black eyes is his specialty. At shadow stepping he is almost as good as at impression taking. " Bark " will get there, don ' t worry. 277 ' feVjS ' .j ' ' ' S " - lliiiiiinHMiiMniMiniiiiiiMiiiMinmnn»inwnniu;MMiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiii)iHniiiiiiinini:;iini;ni!nuiiiiniii»iHiiuU(iuuniu»iiiiuiiuii3iD ' flmi i " ! " " ' I, ■-.: ,, .,r■ nlt « ■•• ' « " " ■ " " " " " " " » " ■.u v(fJ.. Arthur L. Braden ENID. OKLAHOMA " Why speak of love when there is so much work to be done? " Arthur joined us three years ago. coming: from Oklahoma. He suffers sligrhtly from dropsy, having been known to drop everything from a set-up " three point " to a saddle impression — guaranteeing to step on same and same still fit. Arthur is a steady worker all the same. " Repeated efforts make efficiency. " Edward Joseph Brown NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA Delia Sigma Delta: Delta Sigma Phi; Manager Base- ball Team. " IJ); Captain Dental Football Team, ' 20: Honor Committee. " 20-21. " To have friends is to be one. " " Eddie. " the walking style model, is one of the outstanding features of the Senior Class. Although he uses cave man tactics, all the girls seem to fall for him, Eddie is hard to start, but once going, his in- lays are to Dentistry what the Brooklyn Bridge is to New York. Eddie, may your patients be as many as your friends in college days. William Joseph Buyatt BAYONNE. NEW JERSEY Delta Signia Delta. " On with thu dance, let joy be unconfined. " We needed, a red-head at Tulane. so fate took little William away from Georgetown and sent him to us. Why he isn ' t a million-dollar photo comedy feature is beyond our conception. W. J. stands for Witty and Jovial, and as a D.D.S. he should always " send them away with a smile. " William McMaster Dixon COLUMBUS, OHIO Sigma Pi; Psi Omega. " WTiere the stream runneth slowest, the water is deepest. " " Bill. " the man who sees it all. both in and out. joined our class in the sophomore year. A man of few words, he has been a high-grade student through- out his course. Here ' s drinking to your success. Bill — may your future career be as great as your record in college. Carl Teck Dreifus ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA Phi Epsilon Pi; Baseball, " 22; Tulane Dental Club. " The height by great men reached — by toiling up- Avard in the night. " The athletic piowess which had made Dreifus fa- mous at Alexandria was denied him at Tulane because of strict eligibility I ' ules. He has a mania for growing mustaches, which are always nipped in the incipient stage. Although a good student. Carl still finds time to mingle in society and on the waxe l flooi- he " trips the light fantastic toe. " Francis Matthew Fifer BAYONNE. NEW JERSEY Delta SigTiia Delta. " The parting year leaves you the boy you were when it began. " With the advent of prohibition, Fifer left the old homestead to take up the explorer and the blow pipe. After spending three years in Georgetown, he enrolled in old Tulane and his every effort has been directed towards uplifting her standard. On leaving our midst, we know that his work will reflect credit on the good name of Tulane Dental. 278 mmmm mmwmmm mmmmm m m m mm m m mm mm , ■• ,,, - ;5 ' ' . " .-. ' V. ' - ' ' " ' v,. ::,: I ' ll M 1. ii% ■% ;!% :;;?§ ' t..L,s SP Mabel Fontane MOREAUVILLE, LOUISIANA B.A.. Louisiana State University; Instructor Dental Biology; Assistant Secretary to Faculty; President Women ' s Organization, ' 19-20. ' 20-21. " I have lived to know that the secret of happiness is never to allow your energies to stagnate. " Fontane, " M. F., " Money first, or you don ' t gel any supplies — not even a towel, calls the roll, rings the bell, and raises the mischief if you ' re late. Miss Fon- tane, queen of the Senior Class, surely can swing a wicked wand when it comes to being Assistant Secre- tary of the Dental Department. EuTiQuio E. Garcia TALFURRIAS, TEXAS Psi Omega; Class Secretary-Treasurer, ' 19-20; Class Baseball and Basketball; Varsity Football. ' 21; Honor Committee, ' 20-21 ; Welterweight Champion. ' 19. " This is a man. Take him for all in all; we shall not look upon his like again. " " Tico, " oh, how soft those little Newcombites breathe that name. He leaves us after four short years of Muchachas buenas and football. " Tico " is known far and near, for he has " spread his stuff. " Francis Leo Golden JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY Delta Sigma Delta; Tulane Dental Club, ' 21-22; Base- ball. ' 22. " The master of the poem and the song. " " Golden " — No, he neither has red hair, nor is he of the same faith as our class secretary. His work along dental lines is as perfect as are his great literary productions. The sociability, friendliness, and good work of Golden will some day cause him to reach the highest step of the ladder, Success. Samuel Davis Gore NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Sigma Pi; Psi Omega; Vice-President Class, ' lS-19; Class President, ' 19-20; Assistant Biology, ' 19-20-21; Assistant Editor Jambalaya, ' 22. " Knowledg e in truth is the great sun of the firma- ment. ' ' " S. D. " stands for many things. The girls say Sweetie Dear, registration says Senior Dental, and we all say Some Dentist. And to think tliat he is to specialize in Orthodontia — well, " just another good man gone wrong, " Some day, you will read about this young man in Scientific Dental Research. Herbert Taylor Huguley DALLAS, TEXAS Pi Phi Chi; Psi Omega. " To know him is to know a man. " " Broncho Buster. " another " blow in " this year, hails from Denver. " Piggly-Wiggly " decided to winter in the South while studying Dentistry. Speaking of ranches, there ' s only one other Dent that has a bigger one — a mere .iunior, " Bo Weevil " iHarris. Dr. Hug intends to set up in Dallas. We wish him the best o ' luck. Albert Marshall La Fleur, Jr. VILLE PLATTE, LOUISIANA Psi Omega; A ' ice-President Class. ' 19-20; Class Presi- dent. ' 20-21; President Tulane Dental Body. ' 20- ' 21; President Tulane Dental Club. " Three-fifths of him genius, and two-fifths sheer fudge. " " Frenchy, " the bully of the Senior Class, gets sore pretty quickly, but cools down just as fast. As he ruled the class in his junior year, so will he rule that great metropolis of the South — Ville Platte — both in dental and other lines. 279 C . Vf ' ■ ' iiiiiiimHMmMiiMMiiiiiiiMiiMiiumuninnMiiininiuiiiiiiniuiinnimiiiiiuminiiiMiMiiiniiiiiiiiiniuniiHHiiimiumiimuHUiiiiiiwmiiiuimns P; s.ov;; Napoleon Shizuka Nakamura HONOLULU, HAWAII Wrestling ' . " Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. " " Knock ' em over " is a Jap (not a Chinese), a loyal American from the balmy land of Hawaii. He is one of our best technicians — truly a wonder — in the work- ing ' of gold. Some day in the future some Honoluluan should show some beautiful esthetic restorations. ' hen crossing the briny deep. Npck. always remember til at 111 ere are twenty- four students who think well of ' OU. James Anthony Redden SPRINGFIELD. MASSACHUSETTS Delta Sigma Delta. " Whose nature is so far from doing harm that he suspects none. " Redden, a member of the Georgetown contingent, joined our ranks last September. We found Jimmy to he a real nice boy, though he does have an idiosyn- crnsy for " galloping doniinoes. " His infirmary work, which is his specialty, has earned for him the sobri- quet of " Synthetic Redden. " William Burney Rushing MOUNT MEIGS, ALABAMA " Energy and persistence conquer all things. " A reticent, retiring youth is Rushing, who allied himself with us in his senior year. Being- an exo- dontist of no mean ability, this Alabaman youth is sure to earn for himself a niche in the extraction hall of fame. As dancing instructor on the Algiers ferry boats. Rushing made a host of friends, who all unite in expressing their good will for a life of health and dental prosperity. John Seward Taylor WAYCROFT. GEORGIA Xi Psi Phi; Square and Compass. " I will be sober. Not because I must, but because I love sobriety. " Taylor is another newcomer, joining us in our senior jear. He is a man of few words, but one in whom all can place implicit faith. His work in the infirmary and his attitude toward his fellow students will always stand to his credit. Taylor, through thick and thin, the Class of " 22 is behind you. John Maples Thompson. Jr. BROKEN BOW, OKLAHOMA Psi Omega; Square and Compass. " Describe him who can, an abridgment of all that was pleasant in man. " Thompson is the only shipment received foi- our class this year from Baylor. Dick is a bridge worker of renowned eminence. His Carmichaels are to bridges what bread is to life. He is true, loyal and a good scout. In the future, may he be honored and re- spected as in 1922. Joseph Paul Yates PHILADELPHIA. MISSISSIPPI Xi Psi Phi; Varsity Band; Glee Club. " Foi- e ' en though vanquished he could argue still. " Yates is the mocking bird of the Senior Class. The notes from his powerful horn urged the Tulane Green- backs to victory many times. He is not much of a jelly bean, but you should see him with a pair of forceps. May your success be long and your life bright. 280 miiiiiiiiiiniii iiiiiiiiii(iiiiumiiiuuiiuniiuuiiniiuiuHHiummiiiimm:iiniiiiiiiiiuniiiiiiinuiiHuiuu »uiiiinumiHinniiiwmiin(imii5iDMim ■ " k:. tiSl r? ■■■■ ' ' ■ ' ■ ' :i0.i ' ■ iVrtiVK- ' i )j Tke Farewell of tke Glass of 1922 " Good-night, Good-night! Parting is such sweet sorrow TTiat I shall say — good-night till it be morrow. " E,RY aplly has Shakespeare termed parting as " such sweet sorrow, " and though the Bard of Avon may have been describmg a Tulane undergraduate bidding some fair Newcombite " good-night " after a frat dance, still we feel that parting docs produce sorrow in our breasts. Sweet, because graduation witnesses the culmination of our ambitions ; sorrowful, because we are leaving behind us the teachers, the classmates, the friends of four years of close association. Four years ago we of the Class of 1 922 sought admission at the gates of Tulane and were received. Fully aware of the work and responsibilities falling on our shoulders as students in " The Art Inclusive of Arts, " we quickly took up our new tasks and assignments and strove ever to discharge our duties faithfully so as to maintain the high standards of Tulane University Dental School. Whether in the class room poring over Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology; whether on the infirmary floor toiling away at our cavity preparations, or in the " lab " contouring our crowns and setting up teeth, our every effort has been directed towards fulfilling the confidence and trust reposed in us by our instructors. That these seeds of knowledge have not fallen on barren ground, we know, and it would be an act of basest ingratitude were we to leave Tulane and not extend our sinceresl thanks to the members of the Dental Faculty, who have labored long and earnestly that we might pass out from these portals, fully instructed to cope with the work of the future. To Dr. Wallace Wood, our beloved dean, the class wishes to extend their heartiest gratitude for all that he has done for them. No request was too small, no favor too great. Dr. Wood has always en- deavored to aid us and to smooth our way along the road lo dental education; he has provided U5 with a faculty of dental teachers whose ability and methods of expresson are unequaled. His counsel and guidance have earned for him ihe good will and unswerving loyalty of the Class of 1 922. May his years be crowned with health and prosperity lo continue the good work he has begun. Dr. Alfred A. Leefe, superintendent of the clinic, is another who has endeared himself to the class. As the instructor in Dental Pathology, Dr. Leefe has toiled far into the night, that his lectures might bring to us the most authentic information on the subject. His methods of discourse are original, his mode of expression grips his hearers and commands the utmost attention. When the cares of the day are laid aside. Dr. Leefe never forgets that he was once a sludent and he finds time to mingle with the boys and share all their diversions. To Dr. Edward Ducasse, our professor m crown and bridge and ceramics, and lo his associate. Dr. Meynier, we are indebted for their teachings and labors in our behalf. The field of crown and bridge and prosthodontia is a large one. Its scope is extensive end yet we feel that its precepts, ils laws have been driven home to us with telling force. Dr. Augustin Magruder, instructor in Dental Surgery; Dr. Ansel Caine, in charge of Nitrous Oxide Anesthesia; Dr. John Smyth, Professor of Oral Surgery; Dr. Irving Hardesty, who presides over the Chair in Anatomy— all these men have written their names indelibly on the memory of the Class of 1922. Dr. Felix Isaacson, whose course in Oral Hygiene has been above par, and Dr. George B. Crozat. instructor in Orthodontia, also deserve our well wishes. Their payment comes not in a monetary sense, but rather in a humanitarian expression. Theirs is a divine task and their reward lies in the knowledge that they are aiding mankind in combating the perils that beset him. And thus we come to say good-bye. A panorama of the four greatest years of a man ' s life stretches behind us — of intellectual or physical triumphs; of dental achievements; of incidents in the class room and the " lab " ; of loved and laughed-at classmates; of scholarly professors, kind and broherly ; of frat dances, class banquets, smokers, alhletic contests, music, perfume, dreamy waltzes and laughing eyes; of our first prophylaxis; of our hours in the chapel, of Bible study, the library — and at last of flowing black gowns, academic caps— and graduation. Let us pause a moment and drink in deeply with one last breath, the magic atmosphere of it all — before we go down into the Valley. All the success that may come to us in material things, all the happiness that may be ours in the moral order, all the good things that life may hold in store for us must in the end give place to the halcyon days at college. And though we may pass through many phaces of life, yet these memories will cling ever green as the ivy on our Alma Mater ' s walls. All hail to thee, Tulane. May we, whether in the field of Exondontia, Orthodontia, Prosthodontia, or what not, may we be worthy sons — and now vale. " Farewell — a word that must be and hath been — A sound that makes us linger — yet, farewell. " L. F. G., " 22. 281 iiiii!niniMiiiHiiMMiiiMiiiiiiiMinitHiniuin»i«iiiiMiiitiiiii tniiiiiiiwiiiHiii«iiiiiniMiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiHH«nininnuitniiHnn(funiiiuii iniiii!Ui5iiis Sa. " " ..-.r. %i. f ? ' ? ! „„„„„„„_ s;i::- ' ..„:S .. r ' ' V ■■ -- 1 i 4 %! ' ,1% ' --M " " " ' „S ' Junior Dental Glass Officers Robert E. L. Stuart President Victor N. Hall Vlce-PresiJeni Macias a. Roure Secretarv and Treasurer Jamie T. Stinson Historian D. Bryan LanTRIP Assistant Editor jamhala a John H. Burtis Assistant Business Manager jamhalaya Junior Dental Class History It is a pleasure indeed to the Historian to glance back over the trials and triumphs of his classmates, and as memories come to his mind he is very sorry not to have space enough to list each and every one. Sometimes it seems very difficult, yet so simple, to grasp the technique which is offered by the dental profession. And sometimes it is very hard to realize that, in spite of prohibition, we will be admitted to the Senior Class. On the other hand, it is our duty to forget it and be serious, to look into the future, to prepare ourselves to fill properly the high seats that are due us in the Hall of Fame. And after we have scattered to the different parts of the country, Tulane University will look back with pride to the Juniors of 1922. With honor and courage we face each day ' s problems, and to our professors and instructors we offer our heartfelt thanks, as their presence has been a source of ever-increasing joy and inspiration. Historian. 282 i-r-v iiiiiinnHMitiHiiiniiiMiiinininiatMintuntininmiittiiiiiutiHiniiiMMimiiHiiiitiiiiiiHiiiiiniiiiiiiiwitiuiiMiiiiUMiinuwuuiuunmiiiiuniiisiii micaiiii ' ' ' ■- ' f fikf. j;;? ;!: ' ' - " ™ ' = ' " " " ' " m ■ ■•■■ ' ' ■ ■i-.sV!?,: ii ' -Jt- ' ■:-M Wi %•■• Robert E. L. Stuart .... Poplarville, Miss. Xi Psi Phi; Class President, ' 21-22; Secretary- Treasurer, ' 20-21; Business Managor Jani- balaya, ' 1. A good plow hand g-onc wi-ong. Motto: I may be lal. but sweet— oh, gawd! Victor N. Hall CoIIinsville, Ala. Vice-Pi-esident Class, ' 21-22. Another t ' ann boy heard the wrong call. Motto: I never ask questions. MaCIAS a. RoURE Ciales. Porto Rico Secretary -Treasurer. " 21-22. A jellybean from Porto Rico. Motto: Nothing is more useful than silence. Jamie T. Stinson Jonesboro, La. Xi Psi Phi : Square and Compass; Historian. •21-22. Tall, likes to " .ieliy, " and sweet looking, too. Motto: Every man to his own trade. Charles M. Banister Lonnie, La. Phi Kappa Sigma; Psi Omega. A big man from a small town — good looking, too. Motto: A new one every day. Millard L. Bland New Orleans, La. Psi Omega. A web-looted jellybean. Motto: I never " buck. " John G. Bourgeois Morgan City, La. Psi Omega. He thinks too little, and talks too much. Motto: I never refuse anything, and am never surprised. John H. Burtis Denison, Tex. Xi Psi Phi; Assistant Business Manager Jam balaya. ' 21; Honor Committee, " 21. Slow and takes things easy, but gets there just the same. Motto: I have nothing to say, so why say anything, Otis E. Cailleteau Marksville, La. Sleep to him is almost as dear as the fairer sex. Motto: I am as free as Nature first madi ' man. Miguel A. Correa, Jr. . . . Arecibo. Porto Rico Tau Delta Chi; Xi Psi Phi. I. ong and lean, but shakes a mean hoof. Motto: Little thouglit and much talk. Anita L. Crozat New Orleans, La. Secretary-Treasurer Woman ' s Association, ' IS-lfj. An old head with young ideas. Motto: Slow but sure. Clement L Durham, A.B. . . . Winnfield, La. Psi Omega: Square and Compass; Class Presi- dent. ' 20-21; Honor Committee, ' 20-21. Every one knows him as Bull Durham — sounds bad, but means nothing. Motto: Fifty-Iifty. 283 . s : - !ii!!tii!!iiHi!iMiiniiitiii::!f!i!ntiinninmiMTmumiiHfiiMinuinii!iimiiiimuiiniiun!imiiu V ■■.it;! " ' " " i % ti " , •=»ilf ' -.Jiiiie ' avtV ' ■■■ ev i Trion W. Harris Pell Ciiy. Ala. Psi Omega. Not good looking, but oh, how sweet! Motto: A barking dog never fights. Eugene P. Holloman Psi Omega. How long is a string? Motto: Let me sleep. New Orleans, La. t . .. _. J. Frank Johnston. Jr Galveston, Tex. Psi Omega: Square and Compass. He is the best railroad dentist in the class. Motto: Take a chance — she might smile. Jehangir D. Kapadia Bombay. Indi; Assistant Bacteriology. ' 20-21. If you have a glass front, he will smash it. Motto: Women, wine, and money. George G. Kaufman .... San Antonio, Tex. Iota Kappa Chi; Director Tulane-Newcomb Orchestra. God made him. therefore let him pass for a man. Motto: Fortune can not take away what she did not give. Thomas J. Kivney Hartford, Conn. Psi Omega. Speed is his middle name. Motto: Books and I could never agree. D. Bryan Lantrip Houlka, Miss. Sigma Pi; Xi Psi Phi; Basketball. ' 21; Assist- ant Editor Jambalaya, ' 22. Not afraid of work, but not in love with it. Motto: Take it slow and easy. Paul H. Maloney, Jr New Orleans, La. Varsity Football. ■19-20-21; Baseball, ' 19; Honor Committee, ' 21. Ferocious Malone ' . Motto: Go forward in all battles. Louis R. Melze Texarkana, Tex. Sigma Pi; Psi Omega; Assistant Business Manager .Jambalaya, ' 21. Takes things easy, but some jellybean. Motto: Speed is his drawback. Theo T. Moore New Orleans, La Phi Kappa Sigma; Tennis, " 19-20; Pan-Hellenic Council. ' 19-20. Just a blue-pyed innocent boy. Motto: I shake a mean " Walkover . " 284 iiff i ■■■ i;;!Himiini!nniiHiinMi!imiMMntMiimiiMwiimimtiiniimmiu!iiimiiiimmiilMinnnmiimniiMi»m»iuii i» iiiniHmu«funiiiim»imHU S-- .■ ! iv " .:isi ,„„.„ ...v. " " " " " ™ " ' " ' " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " ' „..,,, „„.,,,„,v.„M„vv ... " -. " »% ' ' i«| r kti ' A ' j 0 ' ToMiicHi Nakahara Hlki Wakayama, Japan 1 may be Irom Japan, but I knuvv my stuff. Motto: Treat ' em rough. Myrtle P. Plaster Houston. Tex. Words fail us hero. Motto: Frailty, thy name is woman. Meyer L. Rosenbaum Meridian, Miss. Xi Psi Phi ; Square and Compass; Historian, ' lSi-20; Vice-President Student Body, ' 20-21. Slow but very energetic and conscientious. Motto; It is better to wear out than to rust out. Madison L. Smith. Jr Chatam, Ala. Sigina Pi; Psi Omega. Sleep in tlie day, but oh. in the niglit! Motto: To avoid car sickness chew " Wrigley ' s. " FoRNo N. Talbot Bemice. La. Phi Kappa Sigma; Psi Omega; Class Presi- dent. ■l!(-20; Historian, ' 20-21; Honor Com- mittee, ' 20-21. An old man with young ideas. Motto: 1 ain ' t nobody ' s baby. Thomas B. Taylor, Jr Bastrop, Tex. Di-lta Sigma Plii; Psi Omega; Honor Commit- tee, ' 21. The Charles Ray of the Dental School. Motto; Mothers, hold your daughters. Bryant W. Thompson Eudora, Ark. Xi Psi Phi. A shark in Physiology ( ?). Motto: One thought — it wrong. Edwin E. White Plaquemine, La. Sigma Pi ; Psi Omega; Vice-President Class, ' 19-2 ; Business Manager Jambalaya, ' 20-21. " Canadian Clubs, " of all things, are dear to me. Motto: What is man, if not a mystery? James O. Young .... Xi Psi Phi. A fugitive from the farm. Motto: I never " prep. " St. Ro Rudolph L. Zelenka Ho Psi Omega; Honor Committee. ' 20-21. The women pardoned all except his face. Motto: I love ' em all. 28 5 ; %! %J ' ■■. ••• iuiiiiiiiHHiiiiniinntiiuiMiiintutntninnHniin»iiuiiniMhiiiiiiiuimiiiitiiiMiiitiHiniiiiiniiiiniuniiMiHuiHiii ui!ni uuH(fuunumuiiUMiuisiD ' jimimt .-ilDJ?:; f_;..,. »3ophomore Dental Class Acton, Bailey, Battle, Brewer, Brock, Cobo. Derouen, Dozier, Farrar, Ferguson, Gunter, Hollers. Kelley, KiLPATRicK, Martin, Newsom, Olibre, Paysee. PHiLLfps, Rietzell, Roberts, Robinson, Roy, Rushing. Russell, Setzler, Slaughter, Smith, Traylor, Williams. 286 r " fi y? ■■:.... .■f--i iiiiiiniiuiniiiiiiHiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiHniuuiMiMiiiuuiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiimii!oiiimiit(iiiiifiMiiiniiiiiiiiiuiui;iiHiMmmtniniwtuimiimwiiiui ..,...« ' " -;■:■:••. ' . ' ;;... • ' ( ' " ' ' ' ■ " ' ' ' ' ■ ' " ' ' mmmm«isi Sopnomore Dental Class Officers Pendleton J. Slaughter President SoDUS A. Collins Sccrclar)) and Treasurer Charles L. Smith Historian John W. Russell Assistant Editor JambalaHa Selcyr B. Robinson Assistant Business Manager Jamhala )a J. K. Acton Shreveport, La. Xi P.5i Phi. Lazard L. Bailey . . . New Orleans, La. Xi Psi Plii. John E. Battle Santiago, Cuba .Square and Compass. Andrew E. Brewer .... Richmond, Va. Sigma Plii Epsilon; Omicron Tau Aliiha. Preston F. Brock Lexie, Miss. Xi Psi Phi: Square and Compass. Joseph T. Calamea . . . New Orleans, La. Boxinsr. Basketball, Varsity Tr.icl, ' . Armando Cobo Key West, Fla. SoDus A. Collins .... Winnfield, La. Psi Omega: Square and Compass; Sec- retary .and Treasurer Class. ■:21-L ' : . Emile a. Davison . . . New Orleans, La. Walter C. DeRouen, Jr. . New Orleans, La. Xi Psi Phi. Rudolph M. Dozier . . . Waldron, Ark. Xi Psi Phi: Basketball: Glee club. Edward L. FaRRAR . . . Birmingham, Ala. Xi Psi Phi. Benjamin H. Gunter . Blue Mountain, Miss. Psi Omega. William C. Holmes .... Summit, Miss. Psi Omega: Square and Compass. Ernest B. Jordan Purvis, Miss. Thomas J. Kelley . . . New Orleans, La. Psi Omega; Basketball, Baseball. James F. Kilpatrick . . . Noxapater, Miss. Beta Phi Sigma: Xi Psi Phi; Square and Compass. Hubert H. Martin Ozark, Ala. Pi Kappa Phi; Psi Omega. Otho Messer Sumrall, Miss. Xi Psi Phi. Members Peterson C. Montier . . Port Lanoea, Tex. S. L. NewsoM Columbia, Miss. Sigma Pi; Psi (Jmuga. James A. Osborne .... Fletcher, N. C. Xi Psi Phi; Glee Club. Salicny P. OuBRE .... Loreauville, La. Eugene L. Paysee, Ph.G. . New Orleans, La. E.xpert Swimmer U. .S. N. Earl A. Perkins Sulphur, La. phi Kai ])a .Sigina; Psi Omega; Gb e club. Elliott S. Phillips . . New Orleans. La. Xi Psi Phi. Leroy Pinchback Fullerton, La. Xi Psi Phi. Earle V. Polk Purvis, Miss. Sigma Alplia Epsilon. Vergie H. ReITZELL .... Riverton, La. Glee Club; Basketball. James G. Roberts Piikin, La. Xi Psi Phi: Basketball. Selcvr B. Robinson . . Lake Charles, La. Delta Sigma Delta. Thomas J. Rushing . . . Mt. Meigs, Ala. Psi Omega. John W. Russell Tampa, Fla. Theta Chi; Xi Psi Phi; Assistant Editor Jambalaya, ' 22. Pendleton J. Slaughter . Tuscaloosa, Ala. Xi Psi Psi; Vice-President Class. ' 21-22; Honiir Committee. ' 20-21. Charles L. Smith . . . Poplarville, Miss. Sigma Pi: Psi Onaega: Square and Compass. John H. Traylor .... Columbia, La. Psi Omega. Clyde Williams Quiiman, Ga. Omicron Tau Alpha; Xi Psi Phi; .S ' quare and Conrpass. Sophomore Dental Class History Our class has added to its histoiy the events of another year, a year of which we are proud. From the very first day we entered Tulane we have shown that we were here for business. Out of the original thirty-eight members of last year ' s class, all have returned with the exception of only five, , That, in itself, is sufficient evidence of our claim to the title of " workers. " We can look hack over our work as freshmen with a somewhat boastful attitude. Did not we meet that ancient foe. Anatomy? And did not we conquer and subdue him? Who then shall question our ability to advise the meek and lowly freshman? We were unfortunate in the beginning of this year in that our last year ' s president, who was re-elected, has been unable to be with us. due to the fact that sickness of a loved one back home prevents his returning-. We can only hope tliat he will later be able to return, for no one was better liked than Pigott. Of the others missing, Gleason is in school at Northwestern University. Chiles and T aTnar in the University of Tennessee, and LeBourgeois in the University of California. As much as we miss them, their places are well filled by five new faces. Rushing, Robinson. Russell, Hollers and Montier. All in all, we are a banner class, with both necessary requisites, quality and quantity. As Bacteriologists we acknowledge no equal. In Physiology we reign supreme, while as Technicians, oui- motto. " Conscientious. " speaks foi- us. We are going to be .luniors next year and seniors the following one, and then. " Get out you old-fashioned tooth carpenters. Make way for the Doctors of Dental Surgerv from old Tulane. " HISTORIAN. 287 ttiiimitiiHitiiininuttiitirtHinMUuutmuMTniuiuiinniini uiiti{tiimii{iiitmii))iHi ■ vSi;.- -::■! " ■■■■ .r:?v- ' . . ' ■■. iWUlM f.VAMir . r ' r " ' ' " % ' ijw " ; «fe ;»-«..:...»«-,;«,. .;■ i ; - Freshman Dental Class Apple, Akers, Benton, Brock, Caraway, Coniclio. CouviLLioN, DeLoach, Floyd, Gaillard, Gallerano, Guy. HiRCH, Hines, Houston, Howze, Hudson, Hufham. Johnson, Kendall, Kidd, Koonce, Long, Miller. MoNCET, McCarthy, McMurray, Neal, Newton, Parks. Phillips, Polk, Popkin, Rich, Robinson, Trawick. Victory, Wall, Windham, Williams, Yates, Zucernikoff. 288 ,.• -., l $ sr " ■■■. .■■V ' - ■••■ , ' ■■ " ' ! »■. ■ " . ...... .■•■■■ iiiiimiimmiiiiiMimiiiiiiiiiiiiiuui»uuiiiuiiiuuiiuuiiii i uuuuimiiiifflmiiiuiii:iiiiiuiiiiiuiiniuiMuii(imm!nmiiwi»mii«mw iimm ■4igf ' ■■• ?0; " ' " " " ' - " " " " " " " ' " " i0 FresKman Dental Class Officers L E. Rich President Percy C. Hudson Vice-President M. C. CouviLLiON Secretary and Treasurer Miss Rosa R. Zucernikoff Historian Crawford A. McMurraV Assistant Editor Jamhala )a Alfred S. HirSCH Assistant Business Manager Jamhalaya Members Ralph S. Akers .... Fairmont, W. Va. Xi PsI Phi. William J. Apple ..... Chicota, Tex. Sigma Plii Epsilon: Psi Omega. W. G. Banks Olla. La. Robert B. Benton . . . Baton Rouge, La. Psi Omega. HoBsoN D. Brock .... McComb, Miss. Square and Compass. L. W. Caraway Logansport, La. Sigma Alplia Epsilon. Alexander H. Clark . . . Buffalo, N. Y. Rocco J. CoNlGLIO . . New Orleans, La. George W. DeLoach Savannah, Ga. Sigma Pi; Psi Omega. Foster C. Fant Coahoma. Miss. Xi Psi Phi. Cecil Floyd Phenix, Ala. Xi Psi Phi. Fred M. Fridge .... New Orleans, La. Xi Psi Phi. Madison W. Gaillard . . . Mobile, Ala. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Pasquale Gallerano . . San Antonio, Tex. Roy D. Gullett .... Booneviile, Miss. Thomas J. Guy Macon, Miss. Xi Psi Phi. Houston J. Hines . . . Kosciusko, Miss. Alfred S. Hirsch .... Plaquemine, La. Zeta Beta Tau : Xi Psi Phi; Assistant Business Manager Jambalaya, ' 22. J. M. Houston Meridian, Miss. Sigma Pi. C. J. HowzE Columbia, Miss. Xi Psi Phi; Square and Compass. Percy C. Hudson .... Kosciusko, Miss. Xi Psi Phi; Viee-President Class, ' 21-22. Henry P. Hufham . . . Filzpatrick, Ala. John H. Johnson, Jr. . . Brookhaven, Miss. William S. Kendall .... Ruslon, La. Kappa Sigma; Psi Omega. Philip B. Koonce .... Beaumont, Tex. Phi Kappa Sigma. Dewey M. Long Lowell, Ark. F i Kappa Alpha; Psi Omega. Charles T. McCarthy . . . Ennis, Tex. Xi Psi Phi. Crawford A. McMurray . . . Ennis, Tex. Assistant Editor Jambalaya. ' 22. Silas G. Maddox .... Ackerman, Miss. Harold Melancon Gibson, La. W. T. Miller Bogalusa, La. Xi Psi Phi. Henry S. Monget . . . Baton Rouge, La. Sigma Nu; Psi Omega. James F. Parks Ripley. Miss. Xi Psi Phi. Frank W. Phillips . . . Lewiston, Idaho Phi Delta Theta; Varsity Football, ' 21. Hugo J. Popkin Franklin, La. L. E. Rich Poplarville, Miss. XI Psi Phi; Square and Compass; Class President. Virgil A. Robinson . . . Lake Charles, La. Xi Psi Phi; Varsity Football. ' 21. Jim S. Trawick Jackson, Miss. Charles D. Victery . . . Livingston. Tex. Psi Omega. Williams D. Wall .... Zachary, La. Sigma Nu ; Psi Omega. Tom White Lockesburg, Ark. Ralph C. Williams ... El Dorado, Ark. Psi Omega. Jesse L. Windham .... Merryville, La. Guy W. Yates .... Philadelphia, Miss. Xi Psi Phi. Rosa R. Zucernikoff . . . Bangkok. Siam Class Historian. Freshman Dental Class History Since last September our class has endeavored to be a well-behaved and studious body. We have tried to give honor to ourselves, pleasure to our parents, and satisfaction to our teachers. Our class has outnumbered any Freshman Dental Class Tulane ever had. The quantity is there, and so, very much so, is the quality. Nothmg has yet happened to the class to give its historian much matter, save to record the death knell of Canal Street, which we heard the day the schedule ' for Gross Anatomy was posted. Historian. 289 ' p o ;» ' % ' ■%f g-J m mm m mmm sm m m m . ::-J- " - ' j- S ? ' " «MJi ' ® fe::::; V ..... ■ .Jk-. ' V, ., |3.;i ' . ' . " --x ■ ' ■■ " " ■ " ...- ' ; ■.■.■. ■.•.•M. ■.-. :- V .-: - ». ' .:» .}::■■ ,■?.- ' ,-?. ' tv-. - „.. y S-D ' ■vi ' iVis vi ' i ' iSc- ' ' ' lt■v■- l? ■: ' -? i ' ' ' Q o X a: o .. " . » ' i.-. . • ' " W;-. %,m:. J.? --.- ' . ••■• ' iiiiiinnH»iiiiiuiiMiiiiiiiHiiniiiiHiuui«iuuimiiiiiniuiiuwiiniiwHiiiimHiiii«iniiiin:iHiuiiinuiiuu!u»inunimumuui«uiiiuiunii r- ' - ' - ' -:y0 . .,„„. .:■■« «..,...— ™.; ....,„... ,„_ „,.„,„,„„„ .,...l|t|| 4. ■l r ' ' %. . = ' " W ' " ' 1% ■ " ll " " ' ' " ' »« ' " ««;. ■■■:-: l ' " S- " ' " %. .._._,„ v, .%M " MW ' " 291 )liimimiMiuuuMnitiiitMiituiiuuuunuHU(mimnMi!iMu iMtuiiimnKmmiiUMiniim §S " " W.;.,:,-.-.-.-.---- ' ' ' " " " ' PS ' S!- ' • s ' » ?■ ' ■:•■ iVi w «A w. " uuinn§ti ' " % ' c ' .UV ' ' " !. ' .- ' .-.:..,.,.,... , ,..,..-(3: •:ji-y- ' ' " " o . -Gr ..■v.ixiv.-.-. ' ' -; " ' ' -Ai .• ' §:- - " •■-■:■ enior CI ass m Pk armacy Class Organization Rudolph E. A. Flasdick . PresiJenl Earl J. Rolling Vice-President Miss A. Nita Harris Secrelan and Treasurer Miss Nita McMichael Historian Clarence W. Perkins, Jr Assistant Editor Jamhala )a Alfredo Enriquez Assistant Business Manager jambala a Class History ' ' HE Historian is awarded the task of recalling the trials as well triumphs of the Class of 1922. the During September, 1 920, had you been present, you would have seen twenty and five would-be " Knights of the Mortar and Pestle " who had flocked to the doors of Tulane, little realizing the number of hardships to be encountered before June, 1922. How many of us wondered how we could make our strength count most in this world of effort before choosing Pharmacy as a profession? Surely we should not work for mere selfish gain ; not for money, for the mere sake of money, nor fame for the mere sake of fame ; but for the sake of usefulness in this world, for the sake of helpfulness to those we love and all humanity. We have now completed the amount of work required to obtain our degree. To those who have completed this, and attained more, it seems very small, but to us who have just completed it, it seems rather a large accomplishment. We look upon it with pnde, for every one beholds his completed work, no matter how small, with some degree of satis- faction. We have worked hard during the past two years. Every subject required a certain amount of concentrated effort for its understanding, but our concentration had its reward, the Ph.G. Every one has been surprised at how much he can do and how well he can do it when he has to. To do your best work you must have faith in yourself and love your work. Often have we been discouraged, but just a word from our beloved Chairman of the Faculty of Pharmacy, and then we were ready and willing to do our best. With his ever-helping hand we have faced our problems and solved them. May all of his classes love, honor and respect him as does the Class of 1922. T he foundation was well laid in our junior year for the greater things to be accom- plished during our senior year. In these two years we learned many lessons. Most of these were not in text-books, but often you have heard it said, " Experience is the best teacher. " In September, 1 920, we numbered twenty and five. Some feiiled to return, but we had some new members to fill in the vacancies. We come from three states — Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. We live comparatively close to each other, but after parting here our paths in life may never cross again. May we often return to old Tulane, in spirit if not in body, and may our fondest memories be those of the days we spent in old T. U. with the Class of ' 22. HISTORIAN. 292 ■■■ ' L. C ' , ' ' -. f .wJ " ' SM " " ji ' ■■■ff.-O. ' ' ' ' IkM ! r , t X tf t i(VM?-«. ,„ „„,„„,,„„„„„2gr i Vj.oV- Senior Pharmacy Class Rudolph Edward Alexander Flasdick MADISONVILLE, LOUISIANA Beta Plii Siema; Class President, ' lil-22. Here is the kind of man that will keep you guessing unless you know him as he really is, and do not judge him by his looks. Easily mistaken for a judge or deacon, he is .lust a regular lei low in every way. Flasdick, having very little to say Tor himseir, is an easy-going man who loves his work as well as play. Earl John Rolling HAMMOND, LOUISIANA Beta Phi Sigma; Vice-President Class. " 21-22. It is impossible to find a man in the class who takes more interest in his work than Rolling. He makes work a pleasure and helps the rest of us to do the same. He is a man of more than one idea, and we expect to hear from him in the future. On those who are diligent in their work and serious in their at- tempts. Dame Fortune confers that lasting degree, Success. Amy Nita Harris GRAND CANE, LOUISIANA Secretary-Treasurer Class, ' 21-2 2; Vice-President Student Body Council; Secretary of Professional and Scientific Women ' s Organization. Miss Harris is the kind of student who succeeds at anything she attempts because she puts her whole soul into her work. Wherever Nita locates, she will surely have happiness, for she carries that with her. Ella Nita McMichael GRAND CANE, LOUISIANA Class Historian. ' 21-22; Professional and Scientific Women ' s Organization. Here we have one of the jolly feminine members of the class. You will always find Nita in a good humor, and always smiling. Her lovely disposition has won the friendship of many. All Nita has to do in order to be sure of success is to continue traveling at her piesent gait. Sydney Johnson Besthoff, Jr. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Ze ta Beta Tau ; Tulane Club, ' 19-20-21. Besthoff has some advantage over most of us by attending school in the old home town. Wliile neither a wizard nor a shark in class, he works with a vim at all limes, and is just the kind of man the pro- fessors call a " good student. " He accomplishes much in both student and social activities. 293 lliiiimiiiimiiininmiiiiitiiiiiiiiimtnmminmmiiitiiMiitmiiiuiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiimi; fST ' -J ; jg " -- ' iUimii;i!!itiii!5i;;Hiiut!ii ii™ ' ,iiiin!ii!iisia:!!inimimiiiim!i!Uiiiii Senior Pharmacy Class Albert C. Burnett, Jr. PICAYUNE, MISSISSIPPI Beta Plii Sig-ma; Sigma Pi ; Class Honor Council, ' ■21--2-2. Although Burnett is the smallest man in the class by se tral inches, he is one of the largest in the class room. Burnett came to us after a year ' s absence, and we can truthfully say that there is no harder worker in the class than he. Fortunate indeed will be the community which secures the services of this pharmacist. James Edwin Crane FRANKLIN. TEXAS Crane came back to Tulane after several years- absence. He is a quiet but well-informed student. He is ready for work when it is to be done, and is equally prepared for pleasure at a moment ' s notice. James is always in a good humor and is a friend to all. We predict for this Texan success in his chosen profession. Alfredo Enriquez NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Assistant Business Manager Jambalaya. ' 22. Alfredo is a man of very few words, and hardly, if ever, expresses his opinion on any subject. He is a hard worker, but is never too busy with his own affairs to help his less fortunate friends. His per- severance and dignity have won the confidence and esteem of all. John George Haddad McCOMB. MISSISSIPPI Beta Phi Sigma; Honor Council. John came to us a little late in the season, but has proved that he came back ready for work. Sickness kept him out several weeks, but he came back in full force and overcame the handicap in a short time. Haddad is a Mississippi lad, full of life and over- flowing with smiles. Marion Taylor Hightower HENDERSON, TEXAS Beta Phi Sigma: Class Honor Council, ' 21-22. " Teaberry " is one of our acquisitions from the " Lone Star State. " If you didn ' t know him. you might think that he is a pessimist, which would be an entirely false impression. He has been known to attend classes but has never let this become a habit, nor has he permitted it to interfere with the serious things of life. 294 iiiiiiiitiUHiiiiniiiHiiiiiiHiHtuiiuiuituiiiiuiinimiiuiniumiiHiiimuiitmntiiinninimuniiiniiiiuiiniuuim ■ ' ' ' ■JA;; ! {•-■• ' j-.;W; , {J ' %;i;, ' ■■■«. ■ ■- ' ' ' ■V.iV Vf ' iC ' ii il|{V! ' . ' ? ' . ' i. ,i„„„„., -•■■■ " ■■ ' ■■- ' " " " " ' " " " ™ " -..™..„v...„ „,„„„„ « ;«i ?fei5L ' ■ , v ■ ' • ' -■w- .Mp ..s ' hM. ■ ' m ' i ' ' ■.••: ' . ' Senior Pharmacy Class Percy Delos Liddell FAYETTE, MISSISSIPPI T-rL.B., ITnivfrsity ol " Mississippi: Beta Phi Sigma; Kappa Alplia; Class President, ' 20-21; Class Honor Council. ' 21-22. " Little Willie " liails from Mississippi. He is very original, and we expect some day to hear of some elixir of life that he has discovered. He pulled away from the unbroken ranks of the less fortunate and look advantage of that Oslerism, " marry early. " Alt ' i settling- the ma.ior portion of his affections on one, lir is still big enough to be a friend to every nicmbei ' of the class. Mervin Gerson Morais NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Zeta Beta Tau ; Tulano oiub. ' 21. Mervin is one of our well- posted men. He almost always has a good argument for his case, but if he liasn ' t. he says nothing. He is always ready to do a good turn to his fellow classmen, when it is in his power to do so. Mei ' vin is a steady worker, and this trait will carry him a long way toward success. Sherman Proby Noble FAYETTE, MISSISSIPPI Beta Phi Sigma; Sig " ma Pi ; Assistant Editor Jum- balaya, ' 21 : President Student Body, ' 21-22 ; Honor Council. ' 21-22. , Sherman believes in the old adage. " Let the man, who does not wish to be idle, fall in love. " Some call him the ladies " man. but there seems to be some one back in Mississippi who interests him very much. He is an all-round man, one of our best. Sherman looks on the bright side of things and helps the world to do the same. WiLBURN HUNNICUTT OlIPHANT JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI Kappa Sigma. Oliphant joined us in the last lap, so we have not had the pleasuie of knowing him as intimately as we would have liked. The little we know, however, is all good. He came to us from " Ole Miss " — her loss is Tu lane ' s ga ' in. Oliphant has apparently had no diffi- culty in adjusting himself to his now suri-oundings. Carmelite Passafume NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Professional and Scientific Women ' s Organization. Miss Passafume has the unquestionable advantage of going to school in her home town. We can ' t say that this has anything to do with her work, for we sincerely believe that she could make good under any circumstances. She is one of our best students, and the natural liking which she has for her work will be of special benefit to her later. r 295 t:. !!!)!!!ii! ' .!!!ii!iffl m!:!»!imiEiBsmi!;aiimii!im!(miiiii ..t.Jtj;0£ Senior Pharmacy Class Clarence Waddell Perkins, Jr. RUSTON, LOUISIANA Assistant Editor .Tambalaya, ' 22; Vico-Presirtont Class, ' 20-21. Perkins, a man of experience in all lines, is still seeking- knowledge. He would be a desirable addition to any class. He is a man of few words, and pays strict attention to his work. These characteristics will stand him in stead in the future in the compounding- of druss. Earnest efforts will bo rewarded. Lester Ralph Saiewitz TALLULAH, LOUISIANA Sigma Alpha Mu; Secretary-Treasurer Pharmacy Student Body. Here is the man that never worries. Saiewitz takes care of today, hoping that tomorrow will take care of itself. He will work when it is absolutely neces- sary, but he doesn ' t make work a pastime or pleas- ure. Lester is never too busy to neglect his play. He gained the title of " professor " early in his career. Frances Rogana Stephens COVINGTON, LOUISIANA Professional and Scientific Women ' s Organization; Secretary-Treasurer Class. ' 20-21. Frances is one of our valued acquisitions from the southern parishes. She has the rarest of g-ood quali- ties — modesty, and her guiding principle is to avoid being conspicuous in any way. Her good nature and natural ability spell for her. Success. Victor Wilson Webb NOXAPATER, MISSISSIPPI Beta Phi Sigma; Square and Compass. ■■Vic. " who hails from Mississippi, is quite a favorite among the ladies. He never worries about anything, or lets anything worry him. When questioned about his future, he doesn ' t know when or where he is going. Slow in action and words. " Vic " lias the endurance that will count in the long run. Ph armace utical Chemist Class John Bridges Breazale MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI Ph.G.. Tulaiio; Beta Phi Sigma; Assistant Editor Jambalaya, ' 21; Class Historian. " Sweet Patoatie " graduated from Tulane in 1921 and from Bellvedere Sanitnrium tlio lollowing summer. It is said tliat a bottle of his home brew blew up and shell sliooked him. He loves his pipe and poetry and is a good student, if he does hail from Mississippi. William A. Nail FORREST CITY, ARKANSAS Ph.G., Tuiane; Beta Phi Sigma; Secretary-Treasurer Class. ' 21-22; Varsity Baseball. " Tack " graduated from Tulane in ' 20, and after spending a year in Arkansas returned this year for his Ph.C. degree. Popular with the ladies and with his classmates, he has made a merry holiday of his college years. His brain and inuscles have enabled him to be successful in all that he has undertaken, from Chcmistrj- and baseball to wiggling his eal ' s. 296 ' ■■■ ■■■ .: by ' ' ' S " -. ■■-■■.. ..•■ , •■. .■■■ f ftif ij ■■■ •■ j0 ' -v ' V iiiiiiiiiiiiMinunMn!iHiiiiiiiiniuw!iiiiHiiuiiiiiuiiuiiuiui iMiniiiiiiiiHiiii«iiiiiiMiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiMi»iHi«ui!»»i»imiimi»(ni»iimii«ii!Uiuii5iBfl .■■■-■■. ' SJ| ' ' ' 1:. l) i?t |l --- ' ■ ' .■A ' Alt- !. ' ..!»» -■-■ ' %• f% MS ' . ■ i? ' k • ' Ift ' • ' ■■■ill -™.».;v,jis£5 .-Si ' J unior Pk armacy CI ass Officers George G. Tunstall PrcsiJenl J. L. Carpenter, Jr. . , Vicc-PresicJenl Miss Stella DeBouchell Sccrclarv Miss Libby Robinowitz Treasurer Samuel K. Day Historian S. MiSKE Assistant Editor Jambalaya George H. JarRELL Assistant Business Manager Jambatava CI ass Histo ry HIS cosmopolitan class, coming from the seven seas, gathered at the entrance of the Chemistry Building of Tulane University in the fall of 1 92 1 . It w as a bright autumn morning, the birds flew here and there in the beautiful trees that make Tulane campus a picturesque sight to behold as the sun casts its beaming rays of color through the fast fading green leaves. In each one ' s bosom that beautiful morning was the ambitious desire to get into his work and shoulder the tasks that would be put before him. Each eager and looking forward to the time when the faculty would say, " Well done, thou good and faithful student, thou hast the knowledge of the Science of Pharmacy; go ye mto all the world and declare yourself the master of a profession, the Science and Art of Pharmacy. " Never before in the history of Tulane was there as large a class as we had this year. We numbered in the beginning forty-four ; since then we have lost only four of our men for various reasons. Our class is composed of men who are loyal to their college and ready t o support il even against odds, and this has been one of the leading factors in upholding Tulane spirit and pep. Our college days will be days that shall be remembered in years to come. We have one more year at old Tulane, and we shall be sorry when the day comes for us to bid farewell to our classmates and friends. But ever in our hearts shall be the sweet memories of our Alma Mater. We are proud of the Class of 1923, and are forever ready to uphold its honor, bul never shall we make the mistake of placing class spirit before Tulane spirit. We are all here as a part of Tulane, and in the future as Pharmacists, we hope to be a source of great pride to our university. HISTORIAN. 297 ■■■; »%, j ' % ■■ iiiiiiiiiiiMniiiiiMiMiiiiiiiiiMitMuiiiiiiiiuniwiiiiiiuniHiMiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiintinuiiiiiiuiuuiuuuuuuiniiuuuiiiiunimuiiiniiuiiOTflmicw 5 S JKK;. ' S2 ■, - " " ■■■■ " ■■ ■■■:::;A5 !Yi?¥¥=i) .s- ' Junior Pharmacy Class George G. Tunstall Tensam, Ala. Beta Plii Sigma; Class President. ' 21-:iL ' . A conscientious worker and a man. Motto; HfGd not the calling ol ' tlie cit ' . J. L. Carpenter. Jr Keniwood, La. Beta Phi Sigma; Vice-President Class, ' 21--2-2. He never lets outside affairs interfere witli school work. Motto: Let ' s go. boys. Stella De Bouchell .... New Orleans, La. Cla.s.s SiciPtai ' .v. ' 21-i;;i; Pi ' d ' ossioiial and Scien- tilic Women ' s Organization. Beauty among the beasts. Motto: Seek ye knowledge, LlBBY RoBINOWITZ Houston, Tex. (. ' lass Truasurei-, " 21-22; Scientific and I ' roles- sional Women ' s Organization. A gay young lady, who strives to make the highest average. Motto: Sink or swim. Samuel K. Day Belzona, Miss. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Class Historian. ' 21-22. Very studious- It not at Tulane, try New comb. Motto: Keep in mind life ' s pui ' pose. Guy H. Alford Riverton, La. Beta Phi Sigma. A boy who talks little, but means much. Motto: Work hard and never fail. Oscar Baughman, Jr Farmerville, La. Beta Phi Sigma. " Cocky, " the smiling youth. Motto: Be honorable, upright, and just. Eugene J. Bergeret New Orleans, La. The answer to a inaiden ' s prayer. Motto: To be a clean athlete, and a good stu- dent.. David J. Callahan Vicksburg, Miss. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. A quiet, studious young man. Motto: Work for class and self. Frank S. Constantine . . . Donaldsonville, La. A congenial fellow and a good mixer. Jlotto: Do every one a good turn. Clinton A. Davis Laurel, Miss. Beta Phi Sigma; Honor Committee. Known by classmates as " Frog. " Motto: Do everybody you can. Clyde F. Davis Baton Rouge, La. Beta Phi Sigma. Friendly and full of fun. Motto: Study, and you will never fail. Enoch F. Dunn Clinton, La. Beta Phi Sigma. A man of looks. Motto: Never let pleasure interfere with work. 298 i -fiO ' :t cif ■■■ ; iiiiiiiiiiiiMiinniMiiiiHiiiniiiniuiMunttiiinnniUMiHiMiiniiiiiiiiminiHiiiniuiitiHiniiniiiiiniiiMniMtuiH!itiuiuimwmi!uiUiUiimwiii iinnsillifln v::= " ' " ' VJ ■ ' - " ■ WlXll ■■£■ :Jy. ' . ' ,— - " ' ' ' ■I ' V:;!; ' .- ' - ' ' ' .;v:-,V. ' i, , " !; ' ;; ' iV. «te AO ' ' ' ' ' - ' ' ' M 1 1 1 ' l - ' ■ ' " " " " " " " " r I ■ ■ ' ■ " ' ? ' „ • ' j ' SL. ■; . " " " ' v. Junior Pharmacy Class Manuel Ferrero Holguin, Cuba Courteous, generous, and lovable. Motto: Think of others before yourself. Rudolph W. Firshing . . . Bay St. Louis, Miss. Beta Phi Sigma. The boy who sticks to his home girl. Motto: Work and win. Harry P. For syth Checoiah. Okla. Beta Phi Sigma. A man within his means. Motto: Study, and you will succeed. Jose Fuentes Holguin, Cuba A man who takes an interest in all school activities. Motto: Laugh, and the world laughs with .you. Alfred Gomez Holguin, Cuba Handsome and intelligent. Motto: Work hard and cai-ry the sheepskin home Raul Gomez Holguin, Cuba A silent, sincere youth. Motto: I am a student and women are the enemies of studies. Emanuel C. Harper Crowville, La. Beta Phi Sigma. The model of the class. Motto: Down with prohibition. Joseph F. Hebert Breaux Bridge, La. A man who is popular. Motto: Smile. George H. Jarrell Crowville, La. Beta Phi Sigma; Assistant Business Manager Jambalaya. ' 22. A friend to all. Motto: Get the best out of life. Warren D. Kent Fluker, La. Kappa Alpha. A good man. loved by all. Motto: Beconie engaged to two girls in same block. J. t Y Mayfield Collins, Miss. Beta Phi Sigma. A man with many friends. Motto: Beware! Women bring misfortune. Otto G. Milam Dodson, La. Beta Phi Sigma. A man worthy of honors. Motto: Beware of matrimony; it has ruined many lives. 299 O iiiiiimniMiiiHnnMiiiMiifii(i»Mim«!UHnn»ni»iiitiiiiMuiHiiuiiiii«ii(mmniiMifi(uiiiiMniii:iMiii(!iinuuuHUiii!«ii!UHifuui!Wii i(iuiimi5i ' flmim .;.--:;» " -■ ' i V .• ' -: ' • ' . ' . ' ■ ' ' ■ ' ' ■iwjsWi -- " ' iii iite ' tVi.-iV ' ' ■• ' ' ll V.•■■ ' !» " ' ■■ iiVie •toiiSt- ' ■■ ' iti ' iiV - ' JH ' ' Junior Pharmacy Class Jerome Ralph Minsky Rayville, La. Sigma Alpha Mu. One whom only a mother could love. Motto: Undecided; Medicine-Pharmacy. Orlie I. Parker Pine Bluff, Ark. Beta Phi Sigma; Honor ComniiUue. An Arkansas kid on the .iob. Motto: Who ' s who in Materia Medioa. Max M. Roshefsky New Orleans, La. Ivappa Nu. W ' liy girls leave home. M ittt): Don ' t let school interl ' eri_ ' with good times. Joe B. Schmidt Morgan City, La. Plii Kappa Sigma. A handsome man liked b ' all. Motin: Nothing without work. James G. Scott Hamlin, Miss. To know him is a pleasurr. .Alotto: Don ' t forsake the home girls. W. De Van Sharbrough . . . New Orleans, La. Delta Kappa EpsUon ; 13 Club. A tall, bright young man. ilotto: I iake new I ' riends and keep them. Lee B. Stall Gibsland, La. Beta Phi Sigma. A good student, liked by all the girls. Jlotto: Strive to do your best. Harry H. Turpin Natichitochi, La. Sigma Nu; Honor Committee; Varsity Football. A good classmate. Alotto: A word to the wise is sufficient. Homer H. Weldy McLain. Miss. Beta Phi Sigma. The bo ' who eares more I ' nr others than himself. I Iolto: AVork before pleasure. Hardy Sims Williams .... New Orleans, La. Beta I ' hi Sigma. ■Handsomi ' Williams. " -Mutto: Wali-h Iiini. James R. Young Winona, Miss. A jnan who will ))i-ing honor in Ids school. Mol to: .Suceeuii hont ' Stlj ' . Emanuel Zivitz Ensley, Ala. Sigma Alpha Mu. ' Baina ' s gilt to iluj ■umen. , Motlo: Do or die; better, die. 300 ft ' iniimiiHi»initiMii!iHiiHiiHniutuuii(»tnininmiiMiiHiiiiiHHinwwiiiiiit«iiiiHfiMiiiHiMfiiiiiiii»i«HiiiiiiHmuni)iwiM(funH»m»inui!iiiB™micoiiiiuii l - Z ' ' ' J " f 301 .■■ ' .- jf ■«% 4! " ' h ' ' . . . •■ ' ■ ■ i. ii h) ■■..... iniiminiMiMUiiMnitiiiMM»iiiiuutunu»»iniuHiii»iniuiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiimiuiiiiMinmiiiiiiiiiiuii!uiinuiiui i»itiiinHi»UHiu»»ii miiiUM»!i5e ' !3p- Iff II i? " ' ™ " ::w " " ' ' ' ■■tiivicf n tSt.! ' ' ■ f- .! ' ' ' ■■ 302 iiiiiiiHinuiiinuniiiiiiiiiiii{iMiuittwHuiiiuiiiuitinHiiuniiiiiiiiiiiiuiiii»i!Muiiiiniiiiiiuniiiiiiinui!Uuiuuiiu unnHiiiU!tiuiiHWiiiil!i iiunsni ' fl nimiiuiii» ■ Mm rfViW 1 , «f ' 1S.,| V% T ' " ' H ' " ' ' J fe Pki Clii Fraternity Eastern-Founded, University of Vermont, 1889. Southern-Founded, Louisville Medical College, 1894. Consolidated March 3, 1905 Omicron Cnapter Instituted December 20, 1902 Fratres in Facultate Dr. C. W Allen Dr. Henry Daspit Dr. E. E. Allgeyer Dr. J. F. Dicks Dr. C. C. Bass Dr. L. R. DeBuys Dr. G. s. Bel Dr. J. B. Elliott Dr. S. M. Blackshear Dr. A. C. EusTis Dr. P. J. Carter Dr. E. D. Fenner Dr. s. M D. Clark Dr. A. V. Freidrichs Dr. M J. COURET Dr. I. M. Gage Dr. a. H. Gladden, Jr. Dr. J. T. Halsey Dr. W. H. Harris Dr. Joseph Hume Dr. S. C. Jamison Dr. W. O. D. Jones Dr. J. A. Lanford Dr. G. K. Logan Dr. Urban Maes Dr. C. p. May Dr. L. J. Menville Dr. C. J. Miller Dr. W. D. Phillips Dr. J. D. Rives Dr. V. C. Smith Dr. J. M. Thurincer Fratres in Universitate C. E. Abbott. Jr. F. L. Cato, Jr. S. C. FULMER R. R. GiLLESPY F. V. Harrell E. H. Jones Seniors W. M. McBride D. B. Martinez D. T. Milam H. A. Miller H. K. Wright J. F. Alison H. C. Douglas M. D. Hargrove J. H. Ayers R. H. Brumfield G. Darrington W. A. Hutchinson H. K. Carrington B. R. Cheatham W. P. Gardner J. R. Horn R. L. Kennedy J. G. Palmer W. W. Jordan T. M. KiRKSEY E. H. Lawson E. HiRSCHFELD J. F. Lucas W. B. Payne Juniors H. W. Pearce W. M. Scott T. L. Smith Sophomores R. C. Pigford R. Y. Rabb J. R. Richardson Freshmen A. J. Phillips R. R. Robins R. S. Roy E. SOUCHON II W. D. Stickley F. M. Tankersley J. M. Washam W. K. Ruble T. A. Tumbleson C. T. Williams W. R. WiRTH J. F. Smith M. M. Snelling D. D. Warren 303 .jfis-oav Q iiiiniiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiii!iiiiuuiiiiiuii!imiuiii»inii ' .«iiuiiii:imiifliiiU)nniiiii!i««!iiHii!iiinii»iUH!umi! ' .i!i ' ,M!i ' .;v.r!r; 8:.., .ii»»- " VSVrSKi •Sit ' ' fi v -■ ' ■■ 304 iiiiiiiHiiiHHiiHiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiuiiiiniHiiiiu(i iivunHu«Hiiiiuiiiiii«iiuiini»itiHitiHiiiiin:iniuin uui» uu in»HHUUi iunmuu»uu !i5niflmiCB»Uiill» « ' •■: .% .ia!.!: " " ' " " " " " - " " ' " ..».n... " ' ! •■■■■■ -iii; " ' ! ., !. .„.: ' ;;;;5 .. f,.,.u,«m " " ' ..i.v.-..,..v.,„.„.,„, „„ ife " " «M h- ' -W ' ' -i .S ' ■■:- ■■•«.v.l,...v,.::„„„,„„„„ r.v. ,,.w.. ' .-.. " " " " " ' ■ ' • " ' •■ ' " ' • ' ' ■™ .«„„„.,., .„..,„„v.,v «.M. .-. " --., ...;;; ft(|.|-i ! ■ ..w ' VMiA fWJfr Ji ' ivi. ' Ji. jJlWij. ( ,•:• ' ■ ' , - i • •I ' . ' •till ; ' :;■■• % ' ' ■ffi ' ii . ' " »i«!i i- W Jik: .« ««« ' -» ■ 1 ' „®;i«W ' 3 «r- « ' ii ' m.„ ■::■■■§ Alpka Kappa Kappa Fraternity Founded Dartmouth College, 1888 Alpha Beta Ckapter Instituted 1903 Dr. Henry Bayon Dr. O. W. Bethea Dr. M. Bradburn Dr. W. p. Bradburn Dr. H. B. Gessner W. F. Armstrong E. N. Haller W. B. Majors J. C. Allen C. S. Carter W. H. Cook J. R. Evans E. H. Allen D. C. Browne R. E. Bratton J. S. Brown T. Bird Fratres in Facultate Dr. B. R. Henniger Dr. C. S. Holbrook Dr. Julian Irwin Dr. E. L. King Dr. E. S. Lewis Fkatres in Universitate Seniors W. G. Pitts G. B. Setzler Juniors W. L. Fitzgerald J. R. Flowers W. H. Gordon M. C. Hunt W. K. Irwin Sophomores P. A. Donaldson W. J. Graber Freshmen D. L. Hagood G. a. Heeert S. L. Landry Dr. J. D. Lewis Dr. a. E. Moise Dr. a. L. Metz Dr. W. Smith Dr. M. S. Souchon W. R. Sneed J. S. Southard H. J. Williams G. E. Knolle C. J. Lewis C. O. LoRio J. F. Shuffield J. L. Smith H. H. Winters M. W. Miller V. J. Th ACKER J. D. Yarbrough 305 iiiiiiiMi)iMiiiiinMtniiniiMinnMiMtutitiiiiutniuiiiiMiiiiiiituiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiMnniiiiiniiiiiiiiuiiM!MUttiutttiinMWUuniiuiuwunuiiun5ia:i)inim .V l ( W. ' H« " " " " ' " " ■ ' • " ■ ' " " " " " " ! " .lW iv.,-.-.v.!ii„.._ , .(% ' %5 :;; " " -£..L.iSisS ' 306 •■• ' :•■. ■■• ■■■■ ' ••-...■ ;■■;■•■■ ..•■ ;«ife!» Mi ■•■. •••■■ lliiiiiitiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!jiiiuiiiiiiuiiiutiiiiiiiiinHiiiiwiiiiniiimii!!!;iiiiiiiiiifiiii{niiiiiiniiiinu!i ' .: ,;!;;; " .iv.:: ' . ' .« ' ,»iiU!miiEc-:!!n!!:!: ' .mi ' ,!, " .! ' . ' .v.r:!i!. ' :i 3h;-|iff;§ W r ' " " Cni Zeta Cni Fraternity Founded University of Georgia, 1 903 Mu Ckapter Instiluled 1906 Fratres in Facultate Dr. W. a. Love J. E. Bell R. L. Gordon J. E. Jones H. S. AWTREY H. J. Battalora O. W. Britt L. J. Clark J. G. Hamer W. H. Head H. H. Clarke F. Y. Duarrance Fratres in Universitate Seniors W. E. Jones E. E. MOSELEY R. O. Russell Juniors J. V. Ferguson J. A. Hart R. E. Henderson J. L. Kellum T. P. McGahey SopHOMOr.ES p. D. Kennary H. C. R[KE Freshmen J. L. Letcher H. Seal C. T. Wilkinson R. W. Wilkinson L. J. Neal M. J. Rivenbark C. H. Tyrone H. L. Yates L. J. Stookey F. E. Werkheiser B. G. Owens A. R. Sims 307 ■ iiiiiiiiiiiiMiMHHnMiiiiiiMMMiM»i»utiiunuiniii(iiuniiMii niiMiiimiii(iMiiii(iiMiriniii»niiiiHiiiuiiin»!Mii)»i»innmu»([U»H«mHt» ii»nBiDsmi ft IIP ;--»v,„,..,. ,. „, ?f ' " ■■ ' ■ ■■ " ■.-w.-.u ••.•■ ■.l v. •.WA■,■,l,l ■.■. •-■ " ■1 v.■ .■.• ' ! ' " ■. ' 1 1 Iv,•. •. v.■. ■• •■•■ ' ' ■ " JiV; ' ..;;, „, ,.; V- V;, .i.. ■■:;-y „,v:i,( v.- ' . - 5 ' ' v% a ' " ■ if ,„ ■::•■;? ' %i, . ..■.-• ■ ., ' ■■ l.MV ' .i.- ' ' ' - ' ' " ' " " " " ' ' ' . .■..■„..,.„, • ' " •V .:;i;taf , g, ,4,,; , -x -f •.-.y- s-dV " " ; 308 iiiiiiiiiiuimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiuiuiiiiuntinMuiiuiHiiuiimuiunwHiiiiiiiitiiiiMinHHiuniniiiiinuitiuiiuuuiuiiinuiHiunuuiramuHuuuiis ? " « " :p - ' : ' ' ' " ' " " ' " " " " miimirjfi0 11 Beta Pi Fraternity Founded Western Pennsylvania Medical College, 189! Alpha Beta Chapter Instituted 1907 Dr. R. M. Blakely Dr. S. F. Braud Dr. M. E. Brown Dr. O. W. Dowling Fratres in Facultate Dr. H. Dupuy Dr. Val Fuchs Dr. J. J. Irwin Dr. a. a. Keller Dr. G. a. Mayer Dr. J. T. Nix Dr. J. F. Points Dr. H. W. E. Walthers H. N. Coats M. L. Patton H. B. Alsobrook P. Biscoe J. N. BURDITT J. E. Clayton O. C. Egdorf R. C. Hill Fratres in Universitate Seniors C. O. Smith E. P. Terrell E. W. Townsend Juniors J. P. Dyar R. N. Graham Sophomores G. D. Feldner W. W. Flowers J. C. Guenther Freshmen M. W. Hunter L. P. Smith J. E. Whitaker E. M. Woodson M. S. Le Doux H. J. Jensen O. F. Landry C. Reagan W. J. Rosser B. W. Ward 309 iiiiHiiiiuiiiiiiMiMniiiiiiiMiiMifiiiii(niiiiiMwinntuiMitiMiiuiiiiiii{HiiiiiitiiitiiiitiiiinnHii fMiiiiniufiiuiuiiiiiuuiinii»it!Ufuiiii!»iuii!uiiuii5iB " " " ,--CjSg _ :• " " ««,„ ,„„„.«„„.v„-v.--.V,... w.v-..-. " " »V:r:;% ifuf ! .V " ,-,, i.:i - " •■ ■ _ .,„„„„.,„„„„.„„„ „,„.,. ■ ' ■ " -■•=:■ ' .„i5i5..- ' ■ iSJ.t " ' ■;.;, ' ' ■ 310 ■ ■ ■- ■ f " -.;; ' ? " ' . ' ci •■. • ' - ' •■ i!iiiiiiii iHMMMiiiiiinininiiiMiuiiuiniuMutiiiiniiiiiHiiiiinHiuiiiiiiiiiiH!iHiiinMi!!i!iMinii!!! ' .iiiii:iiiuiitiiinuniinHiiiiiiU ' ,: : ' .°?.iMt!iiitimHmiiiiiii s - im Kappa Psi Fraternity Founded, May 30, 1879 Pi Chapter Instituted 1908 Dr. R. Bernard Dr. W. M. Butterworth Dr. H. R. Fernandez Dr. F. M. Johns Dr. T. J. Kineercer Fratres in Facultate Dr. p. G. Lacroix Dr. J. E. Landry Dr. p. a. McIlhenney Dr. H. E. Menage Dr. E. Moss Dr. J. P. O ' Kelley Dr. R. H. Potts Dr. W. H. Seeman Dr. T. B. Sellers Dr. C. H. Voss Fratres in Universita.te Seniors M. E. Black R. L. DoDD W. B. Talbot T. C. Brewer D. J. Rose S. P. Wainwricht J. A. Crockett L. M. Sanders Juniors C. M. Warner J. C. Chapman G. G. Garrett C. V. Perrier C. G. Devron L. D. Gremillion K. C. Reese J. A. COLCLOUGH W. H. Jones Z. L. Merritt Sophomores G. H. Sumner D. T. Bowers S. J. Floyd E. F. Shaver J. L. Carmichael T. Q. Harbour S. B. McNair R. H. Clark |. T. Harper N. B. Kearley Freshmen M. A. Young, Jr. G. S. Acton H. P. Curtis J. O. LiSENBY A. J. Brock, Jr. L. E. Devron H. R. Smith P. B. Cappel R. E. Gay W. L. Stallworth O. H. COWART D. A- HUCKABY 311 H. A. White, Jr. ■ " v . , f " -- £- - . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiii!iii!ii!;!i::tui:ii;»iiUMntuiiiiUHuuniiuwii;i:!!i!Hiimimuiniiniiiiii)iiiiiiHiiuv,i;uuuumm nm»»uuiiiiiiimmiin m»i 312 M ' " i " " " iiiiiiiiiiuiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiHiiiuiiiiHuuMHniumiiuiiuiu iiii(nmmiiiiniiuiniiiii»Miunniiiiiin iiuuiuuin;u iimimuuniuiuuH«iiu»u!M ..,Jl . ' ' " ■■:■:■ . ' . ' .; ._ ■=Hk:. ' iS ' rt |:V?;- ' - " ' " " - ' , ' ' ' ?; ' ; , i)S -v rV ' B " i. ■m i l ' ' ' wK ' mi " ffii, " ' nH : K ' ffl " ®i ■1|a1 w C ' Ji ' fj™) ' ' , P Nu Sigma Nu Fraternity Founded University of Michigan, 1882 Beta Iota Chapter Instituted 1910 House, 6325 S. Franklin Dr. Charles J. Bloom Dr. H. a. Blooim Dr. O. C. Cassegrain " Dr. C. W. Duval Dr. Charles Eshleman D. T. Byrom H. J. Fariwer R. C. Basinger C. E. Catchings H. O. COLOIWE N. S. Dickson Fratres in Facultate Dr. Irving Hardesty Dr. Clyde Lynch Dr. Rudolph Matas Dr. Waldemar Metz Dr. C. L. Von Meysenberg Dr. a. B. Pitkin Fratres in Universitate O. J. BlENVENU G. G. Brown E. J. Bailey J. D. Bell O. J. Emery Dr. John Pratt, Jr. Dr. C. H. Sharpe Dr. H. V. Sims Dr. John Smyth Dr. M. T. VanStuddiford Seniors G. B. Grant E. H. Ray T. J. McElhenney R. W. Weiler Juniors D. J. Farley A. H. Little T. P. Frizzell, Jr. J. N. Lockard P. M. Girard K. A. Morris J. S. Hodges C. C. Rudolph Sophomores J. A. Coleman V. L. Payne K. L. Hood J. G. Snelling, Jr J. H. Lombard Freshmen H. B. Cranberry, Jr. A. H. Storch T. H. Oliphant C. H. Webb R. F. Sharp S. H. Wills 313 ...■■•■ ti k --- ••■■ V " -. : -.-3 ' " V .■■ .r? ' " " v ■J iiininMWMHiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiitiuiiiniiHiHHiiiutiiiiiiHiuiuiiiiiiiimiiiimmiiniiHiHiiiiHiiiiiiuniuiniUHmHmuimimuuiiiuiimmiinumiisffl %-.«:.:=,„,„..- ' ' " ' " ::t w K •■■■■;-.v;?.. .-■ ' ■jft lW. ;!Plilf.•.n lw " ' - ' • ' ■• % - " ifV- ' " " -lij ' ' = ' «.-.Vo . .i;;v ■■■..■■ ' ■- - " ; B-, A»J ' :2 " % J,«J4 ' " ' 4 " %,.. -sW " ™ " j»..-.T,2 ' . " s.o ' A ' Jift 314 4.. 4 iv " ' MiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiuimmitimiiiimtimiiniuuiiiiiiiwmiimiimiiiim iiiiiiiniiiuiuiHuiiuuiiiuiimiimuunmmHimimmuiBiilMiMiimiSimiuiiuiiil •-:ja i fSs fg ?;;;■;■. • - ' ■ ' ■ " ' ' ' ■ " " " • " " " " ■■■• " " ' j •■■• ii " " " ' ' ' " " " " " - " ' " ' " " " ' Pki Rko Sigma Fraternity Founded Chicago Medical College, October 31, 1890 Delta Omicron Alpha Chapter Instiluled 1918 Dr. a. F. Burcis Dr. J. F. Dunn Dr. G. W. Fairs Dr. R. B. Harrison Dr. G. H. Hauser Dr. L. a. Hebert Dr. a. Henriques Dr. a. F. Herbert Fratres in Facultate Dr. C. p. HOLDERITH Dr. J. R. Hume Dr. H. C. Lochte Dr. L. V. Lopez Dr. R. Mailhes Dr. D. J. Murphy Dr. J. Murphy Dr. J. F. Murphy Dr. R. a. Orial Dr. J. E. Pollock Dr. G. K. Pratt Dr. p. L. Querens Dr. H. T. Simon Dr. M. L. Smith Dr. R. a. Strong Dr. R. C. Voss B. C. Culler F. W. Dirmann, Jr. Fratres in Universitate Seniors J. A. Johnson Junior T. M. Meisenheimer R. T. LiLES W. H. Woody A. J. AZAR C. V. Beali.e V. W. Fletche ' A. C. Gaulon Sophomores J. M. Bealle Freshmen F. H. Guaymard H. E. Guerriro T. M. Sayre J. W. Jackson R. H. Johnson W. P. Sheely J. E. Skaff 315 ..-■■• " i;::iiiiiiii»niiiniMiiiiiiiiiiiiniiuiitU!uinHnniiH«MMnMnwiiiiiiiminiiiiii(iiiiiiMiiiiii«n(iiiiiiiiniiiii(!ii!mmuimiimiHfniiiii«w«iiiu» " ' n:iilimv.w.Mii „; 1 " ' . ' AT. » w A w 1 J A - n : V. ' .V Cd. % " ' " % ' " 9mi 5hA .■■■;:;; ' ' s v. " - j... 316 ?•••■-• iiiiiiiiiiwiatiiiwiiiniiiiHHiiiiiiuttiutit;iiiuMiiiuiiiui!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini!uiiniiiniiiiiiuniiiiiiiiin!MUHuiuuuuiiitiiuuuuunHumiii!utiuiiSiD3imiCQ ft i " % f% -x vr- ' .-.«%., . : ' J -Cti. ?5T Alpka Epsilon Iota Fraternity Founded University of Michigan, 1890 Mu Chapter Inslilutea 1919 In Faculty M. P. H. BowDEN, M.D. Marie B. Dees. M.D., A.B., B.S. Lily L. Dismuke, M.D., A.B. In College Clara Barrett G. SuTTLE Ham Mary Raymond CoRlNNE ROCQUET Kate Savage Zerfoss Maude Loeber, M.D., A.M., A.B. Aldea Maher, M.D., A.M., A.B. 317 4fv iiiiimMiiMiuMnutiHiMiHiiiMiiuiiuin»niwniii»iMuiniiiiiiiiiiini«iiiHiiiiiiuiiiiiMiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiHuiu»nuH(»i»iii iwsn(nu»i«Hmiiiuiiiui5iDflm ,,jr ;,«,.,, :-v ■■- ' -■ ' ■ ' " " " " " ' " " " 5® L V ' .VMIH« " ■■i-.i.iV,,-. •■ I «.. ' " t ' " ' »« ' v m¥ ' ■ ' m ' ym: .:• 318 V ' V ' f " • ' IliliimiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiniumiinuiiiniiiumiiHininmiiiiiiiimiimiiHiiiuiiiiiiiiiHiniiiiiiiHuiiuuiiuuuiuiiiinuuiuniiumumitluuu Wi piW ' h Wr S " -- " ' " ' " " " " ' " " " " " ' 0 „„„,.,,,v.-,.. . " ;. ' ; .. ; !j (ffi fi-, i,W ■•■■i-.a ■■A-lM-j ' « ' . Ov ls Glut) Insignia: A Gold Owl Perched Upon a Femur Colors: Red and Green The Owls Club is an intermedical fraternity club, founded at the Tulane University of Louisiana, May 14, 1921. To be eligible for membership in this club one must be a bona fide member of the Sophomore Class of Medicine and a member of a medical fraternity. Officers J. F. Alison PresWeni H. O. COLOMB Vice-President M. S. LeDoux Secretary C. C. Rudolph Treasurer J. F. Alison O. J. BlENVENU G. G. Brown C. S. Carter H. O. CoLOMB W. H. Cook J. R. Evans W. L. Fitzgerald J. H. Ayers R. H. Brumfield J. A. Coleman G. Darrington O. C. ECDORF Members M. D. Hargrove J. S. Hodges W. K. Irwin R. L. Kennedy G. E. Knolle M. S. LeDoux T. M. Meisenheimer K. A. Morris Initiates 1921-22 W. A. Hutchinson W. L. Newburn A. M. Parsons V. L. Payne R. C. PlGFORD P. Y. Rabb J. G. Palmer H. W. Pearce C. C. Rudolph W. M. Scott C. T. Smith E. SoUCHON II W. D. Stickley F. M. Tankersley J. R. Richardson N. L. Sebastian J. L. Snellinc T. A. Tumbleson H. H. Winters 319 .s- " ' ■r ' - f ' ' J:-:ff ' " y ' " -. ••■ ' ■■ " -......■■■ . J " - ' iiiinnnii»miiuiMiiiiMiMiiMnHii(»niuunuiiii»niiiiniiiiimiiiiiiiiinHimiiiiiiiiiMuin«iiiiiniiiiiiHMiiii!Mii»«iiinHiHUUiu»mim«iiU!iunsrasm ?i " -i.-::..-: i« wv i s«: Hit " .,-■:■. .; -A ■,- IV---. :;■;= ifi ■.■I ' fc ' Jb, ¥?• -S- ' %:;. - f ' ' !piKfe- ■■■■ 1 ' t ' f 3J;, " ■ ' ■■■ ' iil ' ii? .j.-Ti . ' ' ■ ti i - ' ■•: ' : ' ' V a 320 .■.fv A ' fef l ' - -.: ■■■■ - " ■-......• lliiiiiiiniMiiMniMiiiiiiniiiiiniMUMnnmnninimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimimiiMmuiiiiniiHiiiiiniiiiiHiinuHMuiinmmmmiwuuiniunmmiiuuiuii - " " ' .■: :::m . ;;;; y- " . „ ,.„„,.„■«„. " .. -• ' " ' " • " ' ' •■ ' " • ' ' ' v,w.„,„„,,,,„,„,v,,,,™w -i " v . " v. ' ;; ' ?%% i ' - ' t ' ir ■ gj H H 5 3t]fe ■ ffi- ' 1 ;,.; 1 !» ' 1 » • ' ■ " w p i . , Psi Omega Fraternity Founded Baltimore Colleoe of Dental Surgery, 1892 Beta Epsilon Chapter Installed 1903 Dr. J. E. Chenet Dr. G. B. Crozat Dr. E. B. Ducasse Dr. E. L. Fortier W. M. Dixon E. E. Garcia C. M. Banister M. L. Bland J. G. Bourgeois C. Q. Durham T. W. Harris J. H. Carter S. A. Collins R. H. Gunter J. P. Hollers W. C. Holmes W. J. Apple R. B. Benton L. W. Caraway G. W. DeLoach Fratres in Facultate Dr. J. M. Garcia Dr. W. C. Hava Dr. a. a. Leefe Dr. a. C. Meynier Fratres in Universitate Seniors S. D. Gore H. T. HUCULEY A. M. La Fleur Juniors E. E. Holloman J. F. Johnston T. J. KlVNEY L. R. Melze Sophomores E. B. Jordan T. J. Kelley H. H. Martin S. L. Newsom Freshmen J. M. Houston W. S. Kendall D. M. Long H. S. MONGET S. M. Talbot 321 Dr. H. M. Nolan Dr. C. J. Trappey Dr. R. W. White Dr. Wallace Wood, Jr. W. C. Ratliff J. M. Thompson. Jr. M. L. Smith, Jr. F. M. Talbot F. B. Taylor, Jr. E. E. White R. L. Zelenka E. A. Perkins G. E. PiGor.- 1 . J. Rushing C. L. Smith J. H. Traylor C. D. ViCTERV W. D. Wall R. C. Williams W. A. Williams , - " -v £z.. % m.i iiiiHiiiiuiniiiiiiHiiiiiiiiinMiiiiumunuinuiiiiiitiiiuiiiiiihuiiiiiiiMitiii!U!uiiiiiiiMiiiiiuiifniniii)uiMuiiuiinuui niii»iU(fuummiiiitiunsiii ' Jimic .,,T,..|liiii ri viW« " " ' i«lli ««wj,., „,„, S ' " " - .:li «?■ ,,gii.. ' hA -■ ' ■ ' ■ ' 322 iiiiuiwni»iiniuMn!niiiiiiiM(niuin«iiun»niHWiiniiiiiu »uiiiiiimiiiiiiitiiii!MuiniiiiiiinniiiiuuinunnuuHuinu!«uu(iu iiu iuniuuu!i5fflBmicw :m %- . ? i% f „ v.t.«™v,. ' -ii " -■•••■ ' " " " ' ■■ ' " r " " " ' ™i!«r " " ' " " " ■ " ' " ■ ' « " ™«. ' -v.,.iw.w,...m«w " " " " ' " ' ; " ;Si; {fp ' i4 ' h !.f Xi Psi Phi Fraternity Founded Ann Arbor, Michigan, April 4, 1889 Alpha Nu Chapter Fratres in Facultate Dr. S. p. Dean Dr. F. J. Wolfe Fratres in Universitate Seniors J. S. Taylor E. P. Yates Juniors J. H. BuRTiE A. B. Lantrip F. M. CoNNELL M. L. Rosenbaum M. A. Correa Sophomores J. K. Acton E. L. Farrar L. L. Bailey F. X. He.nson P. F. Brock J. F. Kilpatrick R. M. DoziER J. A. Osborne W. C. Derouen L. Pinchback R. E. L. Stuart B. W. Thompson J. O. Young J. G. Roberts J. W. Russell F. P. Setzler P. J. Slaughter C. Williams G. S. Acton R. S. Akers M. C. COUVILLION F. C. Fant C. Floyd Freshmen T. J. Guy A. S. Hirsch P. C. Hudson H. J. HiNES M. L. KiDD W. T. Miller L. E. Rich V. A. Robinson G. W. Yates 323 i ' •■ ' " ;s • ' •■. .■■■■ ' ■- ' l;ll!::l!!! ' ;»l! lMl:ll:l!lu;!MlMunMl l»lH u!»H»Huln tll!)l•!:!;!:l!lll!l:!::;!;l!M!!!i:u(Hl!lll!!!P.l!!; ' ,H! UiHnulnlUiHUU !l!!MV.W W „, ' :: .„„„...v ...... " Z ' " . .■ ,A, -a " ■■■;; i ,„■,.„l . l -■ ' " " " " ■ " i-.v„v. : P d. ' " 324 )iiiitiittnaitiMituiii!iiiif{i)ifni(t!tMi(utuHn(Mii(i!ivutiMiiUHitiiitiii{iH{tnuuii iinM]iiuiiuiuiiiu iMuuiuuiuuunuii ■ ' AiiflW.WIIWWMI .:■ — J Si M% - BETA PHI SIGMA FRATERNITY Dr. O. W. Bethea Dr. G. S. Brown J. B. Breazeale A. C. Burnett R. E. A. Flasdick J. G. Haddad O. Baughman, Jr. J. L. Carpenter C. A. Davis C. F. Davis E. T. Dunn Founded 1878 Delta CKapter Insliluled 1919 Fratres in Facultate J. M. Danniker, Ph.G. Fratres in Universiiaie Seniors M. T. HiGHTOWER J. F. KlLPATRICK p. D. Liddell Juniors R. W. FlRSHlNG H. P. Forsyth E. C. Harper G. H. Jarrell J. R. Mayfield O. G. Milam Miss Eunice Zetzmann, Sfionsor 1 1. C. Richards, B.S., Ph.G. E. 1 1. Walsdorf W. A. Nail S. P. Noble E. J. Rolling V. W. Webb O. I. Paricer G. C. Tunstall H. Turpin H. H. Weldy 1 1. S. Williams 325 . r-v r ii ' ' ' i ' ■-...., -■»= iiniiiHiiiiiMiiMiiiMi(iiiii!iiiniiuiuiii»uinwiiii!iuiiiiuiiii«iiniiiimiiiiiiiiuinitin«nnHn»iiiiMinHininur,»nuinniuuuaiu ifflm «iuiiun5iBsm " ' t« ni,i ._.,_., jl,, , 326 ,: .■■■■• " )a» 0 " " " " " ' - " " " ' " " " " " " 0 ,„.„„. .- " " " ■■■■■■ " " — ' " " " • ' -■■■■■ " " ■ M«-.«,» ., ™.,„.« — ..-« ; ' U kr,w ' Alpka Omega Alpka Honorary Fraternity Founded by W. W. Root, M.D., at the University of Illinois in 1902 Officers Dr. J. T. Halsey Counselor Dr. Edmond Faust President Dr. J. D. Rives . . . . Miss Marie B. Dees, M.D. Vice-President Sec ' -Treasurer Honorary Members Dr. C. W. Allen Dr. C.C.Bass Dr. G. S. Bel Dr. C. W. Duval Dr. M. Feingold Dr. W. E. Carrey Dr. I. T. Halsey Dr. I. Hardesty Members Dr. Maude Loeber Dr. F. W. Parham Dr. Urban Maes Dr. J. D. Weis Dr. Rudolph Matas Dr. C. W. Arrendell Dr. W. O. Ci 1914 lloway Dr. R. E. Graham Dr. J. M. Perret Dr. J. G. McLaurin Dr. P. L. Querens Dr. J.F.Baldwin Dr. J. W. Butts Dr. J. T. Cappel Dr. Wilmer Baker Dr. Benj. Bashinski Dr. C. W. Barrier Dr. W. R. Eidson Dr. T. N. Black Dr. Harold Bloom Dr. C. M.Baker Dr. J. A. Beals Dr. Dorf Bean Dr. G. B. Collier Dr. P. Y. Donald Dr. D. W. Faulk Dr. E. |. Beranger Dr. J. R. Chisholm Dr. A. W. Fegtiey Dr. I. M. Gage Dr. E. D. Hardin Dr. F. C. CoDp Dr. E. L. Faust 1915 Dr. A. H. Gladden Dr. G. H. Hauser 1916 Dr. A. F. Hebert Dr. E. M. Levy Dr. Dixie McCrossin 1917 Dr. E. W. Levy .R.W.Humphreys Dr. W. P. Terhune A. B. McKee P. A. Taylo J. H. Park C. C. Randa Dr Dr Dr. Dr. C. K. Townsend I. M. Tucker P.P.Salter Samuel Weaver Dr. M. S. Rosenthal 1918 . A. C. Gage . F. C. Hava 1919 Dr. f. C. Menendez Dr. D. N. Silverman Dr. J. W. Rosenthal Dr. J. M. Singleton Dr. Duncan Parham Dr. C. M. Pounders Dr. R. H. Potts Dr. J. D. Rives Dr. M. P. H. Bowden Dr. W. R. Holladay Dr. W. A. Knolle Dr. B. S. Clay Dr. H. L. Kitts Dr. Aldea Maher Dr. J.C. Bruner Dr, F. R. Brunot Dr. Melson Barfield Dr. E. R. Campbell J. E. Bell H. W. Butler 1920 Dr. W. P. Gardiner Dr. O. W. Moss Dr. P. H. Jones 1921 Dr. Ben Manhoff Dr. T. L. Rennie Dr. E. T. White Dr. J. B. Rateau Dr. C. M. Cleveland Dr. Lily L. Dismuke Dr. A. B. Harvey Dr. H. C. Magee Dr. Marie B. Dees Dr. R. EUtevez Dr. R. G. McMahon Dr. C. J. Ussery J. L. Carlisle E. 1922 H. Jones 327 ••• 4: S . V Miss C. Rocquet E. W. Townsend Mrs. K.. S. Zerfoss iiiinmaiHinHunitiiiiinniiiMiMauituuuuniumiiHitiinnutiniiiimiiiimuiin iHinimHHinitiiniHuuu »n:v. " vXvV-: ' %....iS rf-1 ■ ■ ' ' ■«. ' ' ' ■ i ' w Sk ' liji ' " - v . -iiifef g,, vitSis ' ' " ■ ■■■.;,s " ' m M if Stars and Bars Society Senior Scholarship Society of the Tulane School of Medicine Founded in 1907 Officers Dr. Rudolph Matas . President Dr. Frederick William Parham , Vice-President Dr. Wilkes Adams Knolle Secretary) and Treasurer Faculty Members Dr. Carroll Woolsey Allen Dr. Charles Jefferson Miller Dr. WiLMER Baker Dr. Abraham Louis Metz Dr. Charles Cassidy Bass Dr. Oscar Walter Bethea Dr. William Walton Butterworth Dr. Charles Warren Duval Dr. John Barnwell Elliott, Jr. Dr. Allen Chotard Eustis Dr. Marcus Feingold Dr. Erasmus Darwin Fenner Dr. Herman Bertram Gessner Dr. Joseph Hume Dr. Foster Matthew Johns Dr. Isaac Ivan Lemann Dr. Ernest Sidney Lewis Dr. Randolph Lyons Dr. Frederick William Parham Dr. Urban Maes Dr. Walter Ellis Sistrunk Dr. Rudolph Matas Members Elected from Class of 1 922 Mr. Justin Edward Bell Miss Corinne Marie Rocquet Mr. Hull Wesley Butler Mr. Ernest Witt Townsend Mr. James Leo Carlisle Mr. Robert Lionel Gordon Mr. Clyde Moore Warner Miss Helen Elizabeth Hinton Mrs. Kate Savage Zerfoss Mr. Edley Hicks Jones 328 ii % - ■ : ' ' 4 " " ' • ' 4 ' iff ' - C f -fi ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ■ ' ■■ ' ' -f " ' ' ' ■■ 4 • •■■ ' ' 4 iiiiiiMiiuHiuHiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiitiittitiiutiiiiuiiniiiiiiiHiMniuiiiiiiimiiHiHiiiiiiiiiiMiiHitHiiiiiiiiinuiiiiiiiHimmuimiwtHiiiii iiwiiiiiii )iuii5S " Hi. f SSNk? if;? 010 ■lLa,(,ip ! .C.B.-. " . Tulmed ' I P Staff The Tulined Staff Silas C. Fulmer Edilor -in-Chief Edley H. Jones Business Manager Dr. Oscar W. Bethea Faculty Etlitor Ralph Weiler Art Editor Assistant Editors Assistant Business Managers J. G. Palmer Junior Medical J- F. Alison Jessie Mauney Sophomore Medical H. L. Cohen J. D. Bell Freshman Medical M. M. Snellinc S. D. Gore Senior Dental I. Isaacson D. B, Lantrip Junior Dental . . J- H. BuRTIS J. W. Russell Sophomore Denial S. B. Robinson C. A. McMuRRAY Freshman Dental A. S. HiRSCH C. W. Perkins Senior Pharmacy A. Enriquez G. H. Jarrell Junior Pharmacy S. Miske 329 ;;iii!iri!H;niii;;iiuiv,i;!u;;:; ' ' .niM!:i;v.; ' .:::;i:;;ii;;:::iiMiiiMi!iuniiniiii»iiiiiniii!!r.n ui;u!U i!nHr.u»ftui !;r; ;.;:uiiun ;aSs ■■ ' ' " ' •-■ V% ,,„.,jj;,.„ „..IW»HIV »IIV ' " " ' " " ' " ■ " ■ ' " ' ■■ ' ■■ ' ■IW,... ,■■ ' ■■■ S.0 " :;j: ' FRATERNOLOGY Phi Beta Pi " - Of all the small-town, pufFed-up, over-rated aggregations, we submit this gang of farmers for the blue ribbon. This fraternity, if we may be allowed to use the word in its larger sense, depends for its fame on the continued existence of " Happy " Townsend and " Alopecia " Whit, who have won more or less notoriety through posing as bones for the osteology department. This might be to their credit, for, as Solomon once said to his mule: " It is better to be known as an ass than never be known at all. " With the passage of these men, we expect this group to do even as the Arabs and slip gloomily into the night unregretled and unsung. Phi Chi This lodge, consisting of about one-half of the available student body, regardless of merit, have for their shining lights such men (?) as Charlie Abbot, " Rooster " Cato, and " Sweet Ediey. " With this blighting curse we should pass on were it not for their unlimited egotism, which must be appeased. It has, or does, harbor many prize mules within its folds, but the greatest of these for all time is " Jelly Bean " Souchon, who holds the blue ribbon among the ten-carat handicap. To the glory of the university be it said that the number of the pledges decreased considerably this year, due to the higher mental character of this year ' s freshmen. Nu Sigma Nu Even as Atlas supported the ancient world on his shoulders, so have their alumni nurtured and reared this gang of tea hounds. It is kept alive by these and is protected by the Fourteenth Amendment, but outside of these influences, it is immaterial, irrelevant, and nonessential. No reason can be assigned for its origin nor for its contmued existence except the fact that the Social Committee needed some place to hide Byrom and Mac. Aside from this charitable function, this fraternity has been about as useful as the proverbial side saddle on a hog. Alpka Kappa Kappa Once the Betelguise of the Grecian sky, but now almost invisible with the K. A. telescope. Never within the memory of man has this collec- tion shown itself to be useful or ornamental, and we heartily agree with the doctor who said that all unnecessary adjuncts ought to be chloro- formed. Tlie poor boys are having a time trying to live down " Pretty Boy " Knolle and " Snake-Eyed " Evans, and unless some eradicator is quickly used, we see only stormy weather ahead. However, the fact that Ed Haller and " I ' m It " Southard are soon leaving, gives a somewhat brighter outlook to their otherwise black future. 330 iiiiJitiiiHHmnninHunHfitiiuitattuuunnmumwiHitHiinutiuiMmtiHimHtnmHnnmHuiiiiiiunHuun ' Hi- 0 )|S ' !rS jfiW ' - ' " " „.„.,in..» ™v.-«.l " l ■ " " " " inlKV.V. ' 1 ' AllW ii ip. f%, ' ■ ' ■A r " . ' 6 . W .V. ' » ||vrt v » v. FRATERNOLOGY K appa Psi This was once a self-respecting organization, but the coming of one Rose and his thorns would have pulled a much worthier clan mto the mire. Though in reality too near extinct to be revived, the whispering brethren made one death struggle this year and managed to rope in a few pledges (who should have known better), who in conjunction with the bunch of old men have managed to sink their standing even lower. The passing of a few of their pre-war fossils may aid their cause, but even then the prognosis of their case is extremely grave. May their souls rest in peace! Phi Rho Si ma This flock strayed from the fold shortly after their advent (even then they were not classed among the real fraternities) and have never been heard of since. When last seen this branch of Coxes ' army was headed toward Bayou La Fourche, and are probably mired in the swamps ere now. Due to their inferior quality they need have no fear of being molested by carnivorous beasts or birds of prey. We understand that Dirmann was left behind as a rear guard, and congratulate the lodge on its selection, as he is true to his faith and remains in his place. Chi Zeta Chi Somewhat less harmless than the malaria mosquito, but several times more wea risome, this club was once summoned before the Humane Society for allowing " Chappy " Moseley at large and for treating one Seal as though he were human. Through the quilling of their one bright star. Bell, their scholastic standing has been considerably improved. But better had it been, had the spotlight of fame never blinded their eyes, for said spotlights bring out all the defects, and that is about all there is left. Alpha Epsilon Iota Although we are considering fraternities, some m,ention of this gang of outsiders will be made. It is supposedly a legal organization, and that accounts for its continued existence, since the unnecessary, as well as the sujjerfluous, are nourished by the all-sufficient law. This benevolent society is prominent chiefly because it has demonstrated impressively what marvels skirts plus the various emblems of its seal can produce in the form of grades. As scientists have failed to find any reason for its continued existence, it is thought that natural selection will cause its demise. 331 ,- " -;:3| ' . r ' " " " S5a i ' w ? - His M ' r i . S; i;,4,: ' - ' v I " Si :;;-S; " " ' ' ™...:..,:!,,.s-o;a;; " I Am tke Doctor " AM the custodian of health, that condition of mind and body essential to the adequate enjoyment of all hfe ' s blessings, of the food suppHed by the farmer, the readmg matter provided by the editor. " I am the only servant of society who is expected to adhere to the Iwenty-four hour work day and the seven-day work week. I am understood to be ready lo answer all calls, regardless of hour or weather. " I am the first to be summoned in serious illness or accident, and the last to be remunerated for my service. " In war I am able to forestall the appalling loss of men from disease, much more decimating to armies than shot and shell. In peace I am still on military duty, although no politician suggests a bonus or advocates a pension. " Each day upon the firing line of my profession I have coughed into my face the deadly germs of ' flu, ' pneumonia and tuberculosis. " I am with you in the hour of nativity; I minister to the ailments of your infancy and childhood; and. when the final battle with death has been lost, I am found at your bedside as you ' put out to sea. " " I am an msignificant unit in the puny army that is called upon to police the world of disease. Yet I am expected to appear in the sick room with the smile and the message of gladness and good cheer. " My competitors are as the sands of the sea. The patent medlcme man has a ready-to-take remedy for each particular ill, with many panaceas besides. The Christian Scientist attacks disease by giving it the cut direct, and by resolutely refusing to recognize its presence. Many of the mind-cure cults accuse me of gross materialism, while the chiropractor can not understand why I do not ' cure ' all forms of disease through the ' adjustment ' of a vertebra. " Notwithstanding all these impediments, when surgery is required, or epidemics are lo be controlled, or when grave illness strikes your home, I am usually called. " You have guessed what I am. Some call me ' doc " I am the doctor. " I hiok iicallij Haciim lxj iM iiiiimn iniiuniiiiiiiHiiiniiiiiiuiuiiuuiiiniimmiiHiiiiui iiiiMniimii«mmiiiiiniuiiiuiiiiiHiinniHnuuuuuuu«»i«uuniiuiHW ofevoritg 333 Unisys " Bert levOell L. eanor leulanc F mm ii t:i ;m:u IS..,- ;-!- :— aiiiitsiaiii ' :.-ii:_ ma lee ■ T »a 19 ' t-: " M?im ' !i.: -f MI E p 1 ™ earers oi the 1 :-. -S 9 H s?r- " .- , ' A Abbott FrTTE. LlND Nagle Stiles Barnes, H. D. Ford Madison, H. F. Palermo Talbot, L. Barnett Fritchie Maloney Payne Talbot. H. BlENVENU Garcia Marks, N. Pfannkuche Tennant BODENHEIMER Hebert, E. Martin, L. Philups, H. TURPIN Brown, B. Hebert. H. Martin, P. Porteous , W. Unsworth Dabezies Hustedt MlNSKY, S. Ray Wachenheim Dahlman Lantrip Montgomery, R. Reed White, R. Farnsworth Leake Moses, H. RlCHESON, Lyle WiNLIKG L4:C£KDRE, M. Snelunc, M. -::M$ l( " W " - " " " " .iii, „„„„„„B,y. ' C!: ■ " ■• " " " " " ' " ii ' .; iuv. 1 l " ' l!5 .vi i J% i 1%.. - .„„ ' „,„„,;,«■, , ..™„„,,.,.irw " ' ' ■ " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ..:L.- £S cc H X I cS X z u ;s o o a: n m U CQ LJ u, I U T J H ■ d: o z s S u. a a Di G a: 2 U o Q. H Q. o CQ ca 343 3- " V " " iiiiiiiiiiniMiiH(iMiMiiiiiiffiii!ii(ii»iiiiunMitiiii»Hnuiiinii»niiiiii;HiiiiiiituiiHiii " iii»iii " iiiiiiiiuiHuiuii»miiifli»fflnufU»mHi«iin M«i)5fflSini J ....M. ' ' - R evievv of tke S eason I HORT and sweet is just what a review of the past football season is sup- posed to be, is expected to be, and is going to be. The past season is practically ancient history to all concerned. To the uninformed, glancing over the record, Tulane did not have such a presentable season, but when everything is taken into consideration, we must say that the season was very gratifying, in that, although the Green Wave lost a majority of the games played, it dashed over the up-state House Cat for the second consecutive year in decisive style. The Tiger has often been credited with the statement that if it lost every game of the season but only won from Tulane, a successful season would have been considered on the balance books. Well ; so will we say of the Olive and Blue, although it lost games, the old Tiger was not equal to the task of defeating the Greenies, and we must say that we have had a successful season in so far as our friends from Red Stick Town are concerned. One of the real outstanding features of the season was the Centre contest, in which the famous and mighty " Bo " McMillan failed to gain any considerable amount of ground against the Tulane team. Tulane battled against the Colonels in the fight of their life, and certainly upheld Tulane honor on the gridiron on that day. The end of the season was somewhat disastrous for Tulane, inasmuch as the Green Wave was much becalmed to meet the Crimson Tide from Alabama, due to " oil, other than training table, being poured upon the troubled waters, " as the game was a post- season affair. But as our old friend Bill Shakespeare once said, " Oil (fusel) is well that ends well, " so we will let the year go merrily on its way, and hold up with pride the fact that Tulane was the first eleven to score on the powerful Detroit machine, held the " Praying Colonels " to three touchdowns, and last, but not least, completely washed over the old Tiger. F. Edw. Hebert. 344 iiiiiiiiMHiuiiiiuMiHiiiiMiiiHiiiintiHiituiiiinnutniMMuniuHHiwmiimiiiniiiMinniinHiuiiiiiiiniiMiHiHimmiiinwwiHiiuumHiuiiiitiiuiiSiD ' Jiinimtiii 0: ' lT " " ' " ' " ' " " " " " ' " y " ' " " -z " " — ..™. .™„_ .™....- " fciS l , ::y - im X ' ■■■■ Resume of Gaines Poinls Opponents Scored On Mississippi College 14 28 University of Mississippi 7 Rice Institute 6 7 Mississippi A. and M 10 University of Detroit . 14 Auburn 14 6 Washington University 14 21 Louisiana State University Centre College 21 7 University of Alabama 13 345 ; " " -■::i;.-iin ' . " .it v- ' - Reed, Captain (Third Year) Center When it was regretfully determined that Captain-elect Bill Dwyer was not returning to school the team did not take long to Snd out unanimously that Eddie Reed was the man to fill the shoes of the leader. (He always led when he had three of a kind, and le d m other things also but we don ' t want lo let the cat out of the bag.) When the team went to St. Louis he had his acquaintances well taken care of by Manager Gus Fritchie. Eddie is an extremely patriotic lad. especially when he hears the " bugle blow. FriTCHIE Manager Gus is perhaps the best manager Tulane has ever had. Of course, Gus did not allow his managerial duties to interfere with pleasure while on the road, however. The eminent manager was always willing to try anything once, from drinking turpentine (the St. Louis blues) to flirting with a Quaker Town miss. According to those on the trip, the manager upheld the honor of the team both in Houston and Detroit, and it surely was not his fault that he failed in St. Louis. There, while in his room in the hotel, Gus rang for a bellboy at 3 A. M., and got a policeman instead. What did he want at 3 A. M.? Water, of course. Fuller Coach Coach had a pretty tough time of it this year, being unfamiliar with the surrounding terri- tory, hence was compelled to work under a handicap; but he stuck to his guns in fine shape. If anyone had desired to see the " Last Rose of Summer " humanized, he should have gotten a glimpse of Coach in the lobby of the hotel after the Washington game at St. Louis. However, he looked more like " Georgia Rose " after the Tiger game, and he surely was not left " blooming alone. " 346 llUHIIM»MlllllilMi:illllllinHII)lllttlllllllliinillH(lllllHinilllllltlllHUIIIIIIHHIIllliMllMllllllll)lllllUllilllUUninnUI!nHHlUU(UUIllimHtll »UIISillBmiM ,--:;S«? . f:; " ' ' " " " " " ' " " " " ' .- " " . " « " 2? C( Legendre (Second Year) Fullback Morris is Tulanes candidate for Ail-American honors, having been honorably mentioned by Walter Camp. " Hawlfback " swept Detroit followers off their feet with a 95-yard punt and a 60-yard pass in the Tulane-Detroit game. The Tigers couldi just as well have placed papier-mache before Legendre as the line which they did m the annual set-to at Tulane Stadium. Just to show the House Cats what he thought of them, Legendre crashed forty yards through the Tiger Ime for a touchdown. Tiger lines look weaker than other lines to Morris. Legendre was always compelled to take his " bawth " on trips. Ray (First Year) Halfback Don ' t think for an instant that " Red " is a freshman because it is his first year on the Tulane team, " Red ' is one of the most experienced players on the entire squad, and the only reason that he did not pla y before was the one-year rule. Ray is former captain of " Ole Miss, " but " Auld Lang Syne " meant nothing to him when he helped to defeat his old teammates. " Red " also helped in giving the Tigers hell m the annual bailie, when for the second year the Green Wave washed over the House Cats. H. Talbot (Second Year) Tackk " Little Eva " is Eddie ' s little brother. We are certainly glad that our little brother is not the size of Harry. " Eva ' must be thanked for winning the Rice game at Houston, which was close enough to give a spectator heart failure every other minute. During the first half of play Harry broke through the line and blocked a punt, then fell over the line on the ball for a touchdown. Il is said that there is still another Talbot to come to Tulane who is a football player. If he is like the two we already have, then it will be O. K. for all concerned — except our opponents. Phillips (Firsl Year) Tackle " Hank " came to Tulane rather unknown, but before the football season was over all fol- lowers knew of the big, quiet, easy-going fellow who filled gap after gap in the Tulane line. " Hank ' s " best bet was in ihe game against Washington at St. Louis, although the man,y times he was rushed into the various contests marked him as a very promising player. 347 iui)tiiiiHMiuwiiMMiiiiittti(iinMUuutuuiHTti(uitiiiMititiii tiiitiitiiiuniititu)iuti]iiiiiiiun(niiiiniUH w ■.■lU ' JC ' " ' ; " ; " ' ' I,-; (,■,;.., . ■ " %;, i» : ' ' Ij!!:, W ' .iTiV ' 4i4» »«■ ■v;ir s.f? ' ; : ' - ■■■ ■:t " ' " " ' -- ' »-. ' i.v " vv -.I I i " Nagle (Third Year) Halfback " Pinkey " returned to school rather late this season, arriving with the idea that he was not going to play football again, but was going to devote himself entirely to study, and then " build himself a little home out ini the West, and let the rest of the world go by. " That sort of talk sounded all right to those who did not know " Pinkey, " and served as some good press agent stuff, but when ihe whistle blew Nagle was found with a green sweater on. This Nagle certainly does have strange escapades on trips, especially while talking lo friends at Fulton, Kentucky, en route to St. Louis. Ask " Pinkey. " FiTTS (Second Year) Tackle " Dizzy " is especially competent in keeping the ladies " dizzy " on the road. Frank was frequently mentioned as All-Southern material at playing tackle, and, according to " Bo " McMillan, would be a more valuable player to Centre than to Tulane. (We know it, " Bo " ; that is why he is on Tulane ' s team.) " Dizzy " is one of tSe most consistent lines- men who ever plugged a hole for the Olive and Blue. It was not until rather late in the season that Fitts began lo get the credit which he deserved for his great playing, but when he got it he surely got enough of it. Payne (Second Year) Tackle Although it was Virgil s second year on the team, it will be his last, in so far as Southern Conference football is concerned, for Tulane ' s big tackle was ruled ineligible at the second meeting of the S. I. A. A. for playing thirty seconds in a game four years ago at Sewanee. Virgil during the past year had more tough luck, due to accidents, than any other on the team. WiNLING (First Year) Cuard The only time in which Winling would really hghl and show his real worth was by a week ' s work on the scrub team. Coach Fuller, on his return f o:n Houston, put " Fattty " on the scrubs, and then the day before the Aggie game put Winling in to start at guard. The big boy gave o ne of the most wonderful exhibitions at guard seen here in a long time. " Fatty " is the biggest baby on the team. His chief amusement on trips was playing dolls with the freshies on the team. 348 . ■3 ' " » iiiiiininiMiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiuuiiinuitiuiniiMiiiuinMiiiHiiunimiiiiiuiiuiniiifiiiiiiuiiiniiiiiniiiHunuHiuuiiiinHHiHHiiuumHUiiUiiuiiSiB ' flfflimillilliim Jl«..v||:: f " if 1 ' % ■ ' ' - %f fjlifi h t. - E. Talbot (Fourth Year) Guard After a season ' s lay-off. Eddie came back wilh a bang to fill a place in the line. He did not play regularly in the first part of the year, but certainly came into his share during the latter part of the season and upheld the mark which he had previously set for his " small " brother, Harry. Eddie finished his football career for Tulane m the game against Alabama. Ford (First Year) Halfbacl " Tony " is another graduate of the prep schools of New Orleans, having starred at Rugby together wilh Benny Brown. Albert (that ' s his real name) never lost a single inch of ground for Tulane during the enlire year, which is certainly going some. " Tony " always conducts himself as a gentleman (of leisure, wa are told) in tSe class room, as well as on the football field. Results are what we want, however, and the result) are ]ust what " Tony " handed out during the past season. TURPIN (First Year) Halfback " Ben " Turpin, the Louisiana speed merchant, came to Tulane from one of Louisiana ' s secondary schools, but played in regular university style. Legendre brought the spectators to their feet in throwing his famous sixty-yard pas;, but Turpin made t ' lem gasp in wonder as he stretched out his arms, held lightly to the pigskin, and then ran ten yards for Tulanes touchdown. Turpin is one of the most promising players on the team. UnsWORTH (Second Year) Guard We put guard down as Johnny ' s position, for that is the place where he was slated to perform at the opening of the season. However, guard is no more Johnny ' s real position than is tackle or end, for Unsworlh has pastimed at every position on the line except center, and has held down every position equally well. Some thought Johnny was too heavy for end, but he surely displayed some peed when placed on the terminal. 349 iiiimMiHniinMiMiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiuiuuiuunuiiiuuuiHitui iiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuuiiiniiniiiiiitiiinuiiinnHnunuuuiuunni»HununHWiuiiii wuii5ni inicoitiiini mwnuni • _ .- -..-as " " ■•.■.■.«„ , L, . ' ' ■■A ' ■■i; „■,:„„,. iilJViw ' ; " ' . ' !. ' . ' ' ...:,.:,,,..,,..,,,,,.;..;..::. i.tfA ' SS ' : - -Ste ., 5,. ' ' ' ■ti ' Ste ' ' ■. ' ■; f ' 1 qO Zf Maloney (Fourth Year) Quarierhack " Mai " the politician, wi ll be our field leader next season. It is said that a Frenchman cannot talk without his hands. Well, " Mai " is an Irishman with the characteristics of a Frenchy. Both Paul ' s mouth and hands keep moving while he is in a game, and if players were fined in football as they are in professional baseball, we think that " Mai ' s " bills would run high. It was Paul ' s drop from the thirty-yard line against Detroit which put Tulane in the lead for an entire half. Brown (Third Year) , Quarterback Benny is one of the real old-timers on the team. Coming up from the prep schools, Benn y carved a name for himself on the gridiron, due to his speed, and judging from the manner in which he handled himself this year, there are quite a few teams who wish that Benny had never heard the word " speed " in his life. " Greased lightning " must have been a term especially invented for Benny, and Detroit, Washington, and the Flouse Cats will vouch for that. Garcia (Fourth Year) End It is perhaps a detriment, and then again perhaps a blessing, that we have no picture of " Teco " to display on the page. For three years Garcia captained the scrubs and was one of the most faithful performers on the " underdogs. " This year, when Coach Fuller looked around for an experienced end, he selected Garcia as the man, and it must be said that " Teco " well rewarded his selection, especially in the game against Washington. Pfannkuche (First Year) End We have no picture of " Fanny. ' There are more reasons than one just why Henry does not want his picture published. " Fanny " is from the wilds of Texas, and had every news- paper in town guessing for three months just what was the proper spelling of his name, and some are still in the dark. " Fanny ' s " best piece of work during ihe year was at Houston. He got up at six o ' clock in the morning to meet a train, then finally missed the old thing after ridmg around Houston for an hour. We do not belie ' e that she was on the train, and thai was just his excuse. White (Second Year) End Unfortunately, we have no picture of Dickey, the real jellybean of the entire outfit. But he is also a real football player every inch of the way. " Dickey " is another one of the versatile players on the team. Listed as an end, he has played practically every position on the line, and during scrimmages has even held the center position in lieu of Captain Reed. White is to the Tulane team just what a pinch-hitter is to a baseball team. MiNSKY (First Year) End It seems quite strange that we do not have a picture of any of Tulane ' s terminals. Perhaps they are afraid of the police, owing to the many times they have stolen out on the line. Anyway, we have now to deal with " Billy Miske, " the elongated black-eyed, wavy-haired little demon of an end. Cy held down his position wonderfully well, and also found out in the Centre game that a fumbled ball was the best remedy in the world for a bad ankle. ■■■j f S?f%lf - ,ifv jSjCV ' ;!f " :i ' iiiiHiiMiiiiiiuHiiiiiHiii!iiniiHiiiii»iiiuuiinnui»iiuHuiu«iiiiiiiii!iiii(niuiiiiniiiniiiiiiii(iniiiniuit(ii!iuunHuiiiUHHUuiuiuniHiuinuiuii5iiismica» .--:m 0,K ' f ' .y ' - HI ' .iU„ . -„ ; 1 1 „ . , iiltlj f;V,;Wff f " ff " f ' - ' - ' - " ' " l " lltt W,V „„;.,-,.■.. ,..-, » ■;;■ " ' •;; ' ■;,„,, , .„„„„;,„.„7 ' J ' " •£ JSfiw ' " ' I ' i. ' ' ' •:! - • ,. ■ . ' iP ' ■ ' ■ ' ■ " !?i ,3 ' ' .-w " " ' ' H SP Bac roro; " Gaston " Joubert, Jimmy Amoss. Dan Murray, " Ellie " Fant, " Wally " Moss, Lyle Richeson (Coac i), " Red " Barrow Middle rom : Bob Wynn, " Sleepy " Thomas, Jimmie Kemfer, " Red Roberts " Gamble, Wynn Irvine, " Dustin Farnum " Porteous, " Less " Lautenschlaecer Front ron .- Don Chamberlain, " Buster. " alias " Bo McMillan " Conery, " Smitty " Schmidt, Ben Wyatt, " Goofy " Woltz, " Chuck " Wiccin The scrubs had an eventful season, as usua], under the expert coaching of Bill Brennan and, later, Lyle Richeson. The team turned out to be a presentable aggregation, considering the difficulties which came up at times. Changing of signals at every varsity game was the main disadvantage. When the second team had the signals working in fair order, the varsily had a game and once more the signals were changed. Games were arranged with other teams, and during the season the " Little Billow " met St. Stanislaus, G, C. M. A., and Southwestern, showing up exceedingly well against Southwestern (who was formerly on the schedule of the varsity) by holding them to a very close score. Those not in the picture who played with the scrubs are: Tom Arrington, " Monty " Monlezun, Bill Besselman, Roland Steib, Claude Gilbreath, DiUard, Charlie Lawhon, Jack Walker, Sam Zerkowsky, Bud Glass, Bob Wolfe. 351 • " i ' .•■ iC f , i- ' ■ ' ■• ■ ? ' ■ ' . ' J v -J iuiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiniiiiHHitiiiiuiniiiiiiiiuiHininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH(iii«HiiiiiiiuinuiiiniiniiiiiiiitiiHi!i in»»uii!iMiuuH({iii ifflmHin n»nOTflmicaiiiii!iiU(«(n»»il WHEN THE GREEN WAVE SWAMPED THE UP-STATE HOUSE CAT Upper Picture — Close Up Lower Picture — The Crowd 352 iiiiMiiiiiiHiuiiiiiiniiMiiiniiini»utuuHiiHniiiit»iiuiniiiiuiiiniiimmimiuiniiiiiiMiiiuiiniiiiin(uiuuiuii iHUUinHmiU((Uiti«umiiiUMUiiSffl 0 §iy " " - " " ' " • " " ■■ " 0 .™ ' • :r ;:::: -■■ " ■ — " • — -- ' ■ -■■■■■ " " - d ' B ' it. f CHAMPIONS op LOUISIANA. 10 ro 30 40 40 30 o lo lO ?.0 30 O 40 30 ?0 10 EllVEN VE5 iFlif NIH ' . )lo PoM ' S- )VE Punti Forwar3 P is ji Runbacka Kick off--- = --- -Li -L Mai. LL OM Down: qE DE! Mai jKII. ' Ri K Ba lUlAS liiiii; L4 NE -Foi..D l|EC]e(jDEE f LAtlE Hf -luL .- ' 15T E 135E5 5TR. N05 10 20 30 to 10 20 30 40 40 30 ZO lO 5eco ]D 40 30 20 lO 10 ?0 30 40 40 30 20 lO liC it DUE lO 20 . JO 40 TAK.i S If CVER. Ive; r lOb Tui-Awd Lo: A- gETJgN- J-Ai f UUAC FAI LANS 5tcE Evs ' E5 )VE:. Pu fiE l AL E5 P --- PU|IT$ UN5 5ta iys -1 1 Kict E5 Punt SEIJEf OV JNT t)Eoyj[M Riyi ' E 65 L.DS NDR ; PuflTS 5 Punt END 05 T 10 go 50 40 40 30 20 10 Things to Forget Forget the slander you have heard. Forget the hasty, unkind word. Forget the quarrel and the cause, Forget the whole affair, because Forgetting is the only way. Forget the storm of yesterday. Forget the chap whose sour face Forgets to smile in any place. Forget the trials you have had, Forget the weather if it ' s bad. Forget the knocker — he ' s a freak — Forget him seven days a week. Forget you ' re not a millionaire, Forget the gray streaks in your hair Forget the home team s lost the game. Forget the pitcher was to blame. Forget the coffee when it ' s cold. Forget to kick, forget to scold. Forget the plumber ' s awful charge. Forget the iceman ' s bill is large. Forget the coal man and his weighs. Forget the heat in summer days. Forget wherever you may roam. Forget the duck who wrote this poem. Forget that he, in social bliss. Forgot himself when he wrote this. BUT DON ' T FORGET THAT WE ARE Ck ampions of L ouisiana 353 iiiiniiii;!iir.:iinii!:iiiiiiiHn!iiiiinu!ir ,irMiiiiii«ii»iiuiiinii:M!!::vi!i!:!:ii;i:n)iniiiiiiiiiiuiuuiiui!Hunuuiu»i!n;K ' !!!iHfniuinniv.K:;v,!U!i5i! ' flm . " " ■ " JMJm-.-.ti " " - ' " ' „,.2,„,,,;i,...s.o ; ' : ACTION PICTURES Staclium — Ci ' owd at Alabama Game " When those Tulane Greenbacks — " etc. Mississippi College kicks. " Dizzy " does it. Time out — man hurt. Mississippi College — Hale completes pass Held for downs. Centre College game — Fitts downs his man. Centre out of bounds. 354 V!ir ' f? .••■■■ ' ■•;- •■■ " iiiiiintniiiitiiiiiMiiiiiiiiitiiiiHtutiuintuHHiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiuuHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuitiHi!iiiMuiiiuiiniinniiinuiuuuuuuti{iui»uu(iuuiuuiuitiuiiuii5i ' jimicai!itiiii iti ■ . flfW ' ' f ((A ' iVr W,WJI till VAVffi ' 1 1 ' .))tl)JJ V, a ' 4! •. f% W ' " ' ' ■ ' % " « " " fK ' ' ii ' h. ■ OT ' lfc. ...if ' " " ' ' J " iHr ;;;j " ' " ' ' »i ' J,y.,Bx? S. ' ' 355 iiiiiiuiiH»uiiMiMMiiiiiiiiiiiintiu»uuiuiiuniuiuiiiuiiiiu iiiiiiiiiii((iiiiHiuiiH)iiniiHiuiMniiunniiinuunu!UuiiiiH«iu»fiiu«wmiiiuuun5ni ' flm MH i " nwxA ' W " " iiCcf a iv-- ' i ;Ji ' Basketball Review, 1922 HEN the season started all indications pointed toward a winning quintet, for " Monk " Simons was again in charge, while Captain Wachenheim, Lantrip, Martin, Dahlman, and Madison of the ' 2 1 team, Farnsworth and Legendre of the ' 20 team, and Dabezies of ' 19 were out for the team. These were augmented by Lmd, Henican, Kicheson, Berow, and Gomez. However, injuries and illness hurt the team after four games had been played, and four of the regular team were forced to the sides at different times of the season. We lost three out of four to the Tigers, but succeeded in defeating them on their home floor, this being the first time a Tulane team had accomplished this in seven years. Our road trip was disastrous, but we made a good showmg at the S. I. A. A. Tournament, in spite of the absence of our two regular guards. The following men were awarded their letter: Captain Wachenheim, Lantrip, Martin, Dahlman, Madison, Legendre, Lind, Dabezies, and Manager Stiles. The record of the season follows: Tulane Opponents Tulane vs. Louisiana College Tulane vs. Louisiana College Tulane vs. Spring Hill . . Tulane vs. Spring Hill . . Tulane vs. Spring Hill . . . Tulane vs Spring Hill . . Tulane vs. L. S. U Tulane vs. L. S. U Tulane vs. Y. M. G. C. . . . Tulane vs. Mississippi College Tulane vs. Mississippi College Tulane vs. Univ. of Miss. . 40 44 30 46 30 30 15 18 43 19 13 27 17 16 26 21 15 19 18 26 36 34 20 35 Tulane Tulane vs. Univ. of Miss. 14 Tulane vs. Mississippi A. and M. 35 Tulane vs. Mississippi A. and M. 21 Tulane vs. Alabama .... 20 Tulane vs. Alabama .... 22 Tulane V5. Mississippi College . 30 Tulane vs. Mississippi College . 1 8 Tulane vs. L. S. U 39 Tulane vs. L. S. U 19 ... 31 Tulane vs. Clemson Tul, Ur of Cha ' tanooga 21 Opponents 27 48 41 26 25 25 17 23 34 20 25 Albert Wachenheim. 356 ■c ... ; iiiiiiiMiiiiimiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiniiiiuiuiHiuiiiniiiiiMiiinHiiinuiiHiiiii iiiiintiii;iiiMiMinii«iiiiiuiiiinHii»nuinuiui(nM«uiuiuuiiHiiU(iU»iuii51 ' flmiCQiil»!li iW01 , I! a « ' , 4. UC " ■ ' ' fic ' ' ::9 :-:il It 1%. jl ;i siS.vjg t :;.5: : ' i 5:;x 357 ;iiiiii»Hi«iiiHiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiHiutiintniiiHniiuuiiiHMiMiiuHHiiimHiiiiiiiiii(iiHuiiiiiiiinii»iiiiHiiiu»u»um iuiiumuumi»Hmmiinumn5iDmo ' 0 ' ' i ' ' ' ' Xp{::. „ •-■« !» " i;a ,i?a,,-. s!i». ' SIS ' " ' ' -r.iP Tke 1921 Track Season I HE track season of ' 21 was the best that Tulane has had since the war. T vo meets were held here, and representatives were sent to the S. I. A. A. meet. The first meet was held with Auburn on April 30, Tulane wmning by the score of 94 to 28. Ward was the star of the meet, capturing three firsts and one second place. Captain Gladney won the quarter. Other point-getters were Marks, Bodenheimer, Beaullieu, Legendre, Fitts, and Vennard. The Tulane relay team, composed of Captain Gladney, Leake, Bodenheimer, and Tennant, ran away from the Auburn team. L. S. U. won the annual meet by the score of 94 to 39. Tulane took three first places and tied for another. Gladney won a hard-fought quarter from Johnson of L. S. U. Ward tied for first honors in the high jump at 5 feet I 1 % inches. Montgomery took both the mile and half mile. There was no relay. Ward and Montgomery went to the S. I. A. A. at Sewanee. Ward again tied for first with Shirley in the high jump at 5 feet 9 inches. Montgomery took fourth in the mile. The follownig men were awarded letters at the banquet: Captam Gladney, Leake, Bodenheimer, Tennant, Marks, Legendre, Beaullieu, Fitts, Vennard, Ward, Siess, and Montgomery. Montgomery was elected captain for the 1 922 track team. R. Montgomery. Boxing at Tulane m 1921 When Coach Hanson called for men to represent Tulane m the A. A. LJ. boxmg matches at least a dozen of the best boxers in the university responded to his summons, among these being Eddie Davidson, Charlie Miramon, Dick McConnell, Si Mansberg, Sam Zerkowsky, Jack Beven, and Cy Miske. Under the tutelage of Coach Hanson, these men showed up well m many stags. But when the bouts for the city championships took place, hard luck seemed to trail the university boxers. Si Mansberg and Jack Beven were unable to enter owing to illness ; Miramon and Zerkowsky fought their way to the finals, when they were disqualified because of excess weight. The other Tulanians were defeated in their bouts. But, not- withstanding all this, the boxing year was very successful and was instrumental in develop- ing some real talent. Si Mansberg. 358 iiiiiimiiinuuitiiii!i!iiiiiini!UiuuiU{iiuiiuinuuHiHiiiiiiui!iinnimiiiimiitiiti5iiniiiiiutiniiiiiiiniiUui .% nft r :: tti mni.v a% t% f ' A iJ % J%. -m ' C,x,s s: .V,.,. MIM» ' - " ' " " ' ' " " ' ' ' ■•■ " " W.c ,..,,., ,.„. " ' " i3ac j; roll) .■ Manager Barnett, Gamble, Legendre, Gillis Front row: Barkley, Van Horn, McConnell {Captain), Newman, Miangalora Wrestling at Tulane Wrestling prospects have never been so bright at Tulane as they are in 1 922. Here- tofore no concentrated effort was made to obtain intercollegiate wrestling contests, but at the time the Jambalaya went to press negotiations had been opened with several Southern universities. The university championships were held in December, and a series of stags planned for the remainder of the year. A great incentive toward wrestling at Tulane consists in the awarding of sweaters and conditional " T ' s " to the winners of the annual championships. The 1922 cham- pions were : I 08 pounds, Miangalora ; II 5 pounds, Newman ; I 25 pounds. Van Horn ; 135 pounds, McConnell; 145 pounds, Fiegelson ; 158 pounds. Gamble; heavy- weight (default). The Tulane grapplers will most probably enter a strong team in the Southern cham- pionships under the leadership of Captain Richard McConnell. All evidences point to the fact that wrestling is on the high road toward becoming a major sport. Walter M. Barnett, Jr. 359 .-I N-v ..J llil«iiii!ii»iiiiiiH!!:Ki!!(!iiiiu)ii!r,uini!!Hniin!iiiitnuiiiniii;;!iii!;;::i! ' ,!!iui(iiiini;niiiiuiiui!;;r .;!:u::;n;;;uuuniH« ' ,U!»U!Hiwmiiniii! ' ' M " :- ' - „.,, , , . _ ...,.,J , 4;- . ■ ii.....:»w.,« „„..,,.. ., ] J " " ' ' - ' ' ■Viit ' li iih.- ' ' ' • ' ■■•hv -J-5ti ' v ' ' ' ' ' ' %Xi ' K ' = ' - Tke Tul ane rew HE year of 1920-1921 marked a new addition in the field of sports al Tulane. This was the Tulane crew, which owes its origin to William A. Porteous, who was the first to realize the possibilities of that sport here. t ' til Arrangements were made with the Ponchartrain Rowing Club for the use of one of their shells, and practice began in November under the expert coaching of Coach " Pic " Avengo, who very kindly volunteered his services. To him a great part of the success of the season was due. After several months of training a race was arranged with the Ponchartrain Rowing Club and took place m the New Basin Canal, with a large Newcomb-Tulane attendance as well as many others. Luck and experience, however, were against the Tulanians this time, and Ponchartrain gained an easy victory. In their eagerness to get away two members of the crew broke oars, which served as evidence of their enthusiasm if not their skill. The second race between Tulane and Ponchartrain, which took place a month later, proved to be one of the most closely contested races ever arranged in this city. Tulane got off with a good start and held the lead until within a few yards of the finish line, where they were nosed out by the Ponchartrain boys. The Tulane crew, however, had reason to congratulate itself, for even in losing it broke the previous Southern record of six minutes, thirty seconds with one of six minutes, twenty-seven and one-half seconds. The time of the winning crew was six minutes, twenty-six seconds. The members of the Tulane crew at this time were: Madison, G., Madison, H. F., Porteous, Eustis, Fritchie, Delahoussaye, Perkins, Frue. Dykers, Schwartz, and Spencer. This year the prospects of a good season are even better. A call has been issued by Manager Frue for candidates, and a race with Ponchartrain has been arranged for the latter part of April. If the financial returns en this race are sufficient, a race with Washington and Lee, and possibly with L. S. U. have come reports of the organization of a crew. In any case, rowing at Tulane has made its bow to the public and will in the near future take its place among the major sports. W. Frue. Varsity Tennis, 1921 Nineteen hundred and twenty-one saw Tulane again coming into her own in varsity tennis. Largely through the efforts of James Morse, ' 2 1 , was this victory gained. Twenty-six colleges were entered in the S. I. A. A. tournament in Atlanta, Ga. Morse, showing extraordinary speed and using his overhead to great advantage, played through to the finals in the singles, where he met Blake of Georgia Tech. Then ensued the best tennis that has been exhibited in recent years by college men, the play being run into an extra set. Score: 6-2, 8-6, 3-6, 7-5, Morse returning victor. In the doubles Morse and John R. Dykers were defeated in the finals by Williamson and Blake of Georgia Tech. Too much credit cannot be given to Morse and Dykers for their excellent work. H. Stiles. 360 ' V. liiiunnuiiiiiHnMMHiiiiifiiHn!u:MMuiiiiiuMii!!niininMiiiiMiMiniiiiiii!UiiiwiitiHiinnuiiiiiniiiitwiU!iiiur,iuiiuilii!muiniiitniimtiiiuiiiin5iD3im ; " " :.;.:..,.;■;:; " ' " •■ f " -:::M (. Walter M. Barnett. Edw. Hebert, Harvey Hebert, Harold Moses Varsity Debating Teams Tulane this year has the best debate schedule it ever had. Debates have been arranged with the University of Texas and Vanderbilt in a triangular debate, vvith the University of Alabama in a dual debate, and with the University of Virginia. The debating teams are as follows: To debate Alabama, Vanderbill, and Virginia Harvey H. Hebert and Walter M. Barnett, Jr. To debate Texas and Alabama Harold Moses and F. Edward Hebert The question to be debated in all the debates is the same; it is, " Resolved, That the United States should maintain a navy of sufficient strength for police duty only, regardless of the policy of other nations. " One team debates the negative away, and the other team remains at home and upholds the affirmative of the question. Never before has the university undertaken live debates, but with the mcreased interest evinced in debatmg activities it hopes to advance our prestige along those Imes. 301 iuiiiiuiiiMitnniMiiHiiiiMiniuiMUHiniMiHniiuutiiuHuiuttiiiiiiiiiii{iiiiuiiiiiii iiniii{iuiiiiuiiiiiiuiituiHU ttHni{iuiuuH(!titwitm!liuiiunsni:flmiCQtt ..1}! W J ' A ' .|, _._.,,_... „■ lJlI » •■ ' « ' " ' ■w« " " " " ' •Ml.llv.l uv.is :SS ' g ■ w;aw . ' ' i ' -,K .-wfnv ' " Bv-. ' .- " v ' ■ ' ■ ' -iVJ v.vVa-- ■■• vV. ' i 7 " op row : Otto, DeLoach, Pesses, Hurlitz, Mayfield, Ford, Smith, Madison, Yates, Breazeale, DeDroit, Cunningham, Contrary, Williams, Talbot Bollom roll) : Ferro, Cowart, Hawkins, Crumb, Feigelson, Apple, Legendre, Richardson, Enslen. Oliphant The 1922 Tulane Band The Tulane Band has been in existence for three years, and each year has seen a bigger and a much improved band. Under the management of Buddy Madison, the 1 922 Band was more than capable of holding its own against the bands of 1 ulane ' s opponents and has been a great asset to the morale of the various teams. The first two years witnessed a band with few instruments, but still striving to exist, while attempt after attempt was made to raise some funds. Through the efforts of the manager and a few other members, the Student Body Council was made to realize the importance of the band and assumed the task of raising the necessary funds, also using their influence to have a portion of the blanket tax that is going into effect next session set aside for ' he maintenance of the band, thereby assuring a good and everlasting band. 362 ' 3rl. -f-- ' rr--- ' linHiinw»iiiiMniiiinMiiHiiint(iitiiiuiunuiiiiimii»iiuiimiiiiii;imiiimiiiiiniiiiniiiiinn(iiiiiiinuiuuiHUiuiuuiii»H »unuuimmiiiii»»ii5iDmi Si ' -....,. ...:.% ' " ' ' ' " . ' . ' vV. V«i. ' ■ " " ■■■■.■,■.;,, . ' ((W.V ' " iw , .i„„„„„„„„„,jfl4 ' , - ■ ' " " ' k:. : : ' . • ' • " " " ■ " " " -..,», ;SiS,£ " ' ' ' Upper Picture: At Attention Lower Picture: At Ease Marshal Foch at Tulane The honor of presenting Marshal Foch, GeneraUssimo of the Allied Armies, wilh the degree of Doctor of Laws was among those awarded to Tulane University in the past year. This degree is reserved for those distinguished men who have performed services lo the world such as to give them an unparalleled place in history. No recipient more worthy than Marshal Foch can at present be found. December 8, 1921, will always be remembered as one of Tulane ' s memorable days. Not even the heavy downpour of rain dampened the ardor of the hundreds of Tulane and Newcomb students who greeted the arrival of the marshal. Prefacing the ceremony of presentation by Dr. E. A. Bechlel, President Dinwiddle made a short address. Marshal Foch, after accepting the degree, addressed the students through his interpreter, expressing his appreciation of the honor bestowed upon him, and commented upon the value of education to the world. From Genera! Foch, standing on the lop steps of Gibson Hall, there seemed to radiate, through the rain and mist, the warmth and feeling which is expressive of the relations between his native land and the United Stales. 363 ; a -;f " V ' ■ " ■ ii:!iui!iiiMiiniiiuiniiiiiitiiiiiiiituintnuHniiniwiiiiiiiiintiiiiiiiii iiiiii{iHi iiiitiiniii{itii)fiiiiiiMiuiu»iuiimmuiitHwuunii iimiiii )iniisni ' is ' C:„ ..„X..;..4::::: „.„,: , L... ' ' ' " " Mt ' h - ' ■•■■;:J Dean Anderson Conferring the Decree of Doctor of Laws Upon General Diaz General Armancio Diaz at Tul ane The honorary degree. Doctor of Laws, conferred only for exemplary and d;slinguisned actions, was presented Iwice during the past year by the university, General Armando Diaz, commander of the Italian armies, being the other recipient. Tulane University felt that no less honor could be bestowed upon General Diaz, hero of the Piava River in battles against the Auslrians, than by conferring upon him the highest distinction of which it was capable. The ceremonies, held in the open, were exceedingly impressive. Surrounded by his aides and accom- panied by American officers. General Diaz indeed made a picturesque sight. An introductory address was given by Dean D. S. Anderson, followed by the presentation address of Dr. Melvin J. White. Dean Anderson, the acting president, then conferred the degree. In response, General Diaz, through his interpreter, addressed the assemblage. His talk was atten- tively followed, since he spoke on matters which vitally pertained to the youth of today. He told of the sacrifices of Italy, the deep feelings of friendship between his country and the United Slates, and concluded his lalk with an admonition to ihe youth of America to work for the perpetuation and preservation of peace. 364 i!Hiiiimii«iMniiiiiiiiMii!iiiiiiiuiiiiitiiiiiiniiiuiniiHiiuiiiiiii)»iimraiHnmii!iMiMniiin«MmiiMnM!iniiMimmimi»m»U(Uin!W ■ §MM . vfe-. ::? gtrfy ' lT " " " ' " " " " " ' " ■ ' „.,..■. „„ , ■.-.•.■■ •• " " " " " ' " ' " ' " " « " «,„„„,„,..,„„m-. ,v..-v,m„..«v .. " ' ' ' ' " 1 •- ' " ., .«? ' in UJ u z Q O o O z Z UJ CC a: D O 365 ; ' %if; " V- •• ■■■ ' " " ■ iiii»niiuniiuMiMiniiiiiiMiH»inii!iitiiiiiiwtnniiMiMnuii«Hiiiiii™iiiiniMii»i»iniinni«iiiiinuii«»iiui ii!uiiniHiiUunuiHffl mitnui»ii5iBsmicoi«w %-..-:.,-,.„..-.. ..v»..» " " : ' :-:ra s ' ' %,. | ? ?| ;■:: " :■■-™U ,. ,; ., ,.. J I ! l t V.V.V. %t% W o!!( ' . ' ' l ' , ' ' i ' i.V».-.:;!„,.. ,„...;-;.-!-:r . ,.v, rt r( 1 1 1 1 » v ' - " ' ' ' ' " .(111 f. ' AMwv.W. » f .• ■,- It n -,v ,r tr ' % ' " :% 1|« ' ■%, ¥. " ..s « .;., fcite!. »■ „«i;u«i _ ;? :. •;: -■ .i»,.™ .g;S£ -«s oiiEi? ,,if , ' .is ;:5-v " ;- ;y;, .» -. , Gore, Johnson, Montgomery Noble, Odenheimer, Schwartz Walker, Warner 366 ' " x - - " " ■■•••■ " ■■■ l ' J a-,. . .-■•• ■■: y " " ..-••■ ■■ " A - " " " iiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiunHMiniiiiiiinniutiuMiiiiii«miimiiiniiMimiiiiiiiiimiiraiiiiin»iiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiniuiii»i!uumu iil»mnuiniunwmiiiun»ii5nis y ' " ii. ' ::...,. " ' " " ' " " r ' ' - V% j| « ( V ([ tf gi ' " ' " " " " " " " " m ' » " jas ' 3!£ a. ;■•! " " " ' " " " » v, sK .-;vi HAV NG THAT " COUNSILlV " LOOK OUR UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES M ty The Student Council of Tulane University The Student Council of Tulane University was organized in March, 1915. It consists of the presidents of the student bodies of the several schools and colleges of the university. It is the highest student governing body, its constitution and regulations being supreme over the constitutions and regulations of the individual student bodies. Generally speaking, the powers of the Student Council extend to the regulation and direction of student affairs in all general and specific matters concerning the entire student body, leaving to the student bodies of the several colleges the regulation, management and direction of all matters pertaining to said colleges. The constitution of the Student Council provides that there shall be a president, vice-president, and secretary-treasurer. The members are: Officers Nash Johnson President Richard Montgomery . . Vlcc-Presidenl S. D. Gore - . Secretar -Treasurer MF.MBF.R.S Nash Johnson Lani Richard Montgomery, Jr Arts and Sciences S. D. Gore Deniisir)) Alice Odenheimer Newcomb A. K. Schwartz Engineering S. P. Noble Pharmacy Clyde Warner Medicine C. E. 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ACTlVlTlE g ■ lA ' mm) The Oratorical and Debating Council of Tulane University The Oratorical and Debating Council is entrusted with the management of all inter- collegiate debating and oratorical activities. The Council secures the debates, sanctions and contracts, arranges for the financing of all debates and oratorical contests, and com- pletes the arrangement of all details. The selection of teams and sides is reserved for the Faculty Committee on Debate. The Council is composed of all former varsity orators and debaters, two representatives from each literary and debating society, and the chairman of the Faculty Committee on Debates. The officers and members for 1921-1922 are: Officers Walter M. Barnett. Jr Chairman Harold Moses Secretary-Treasurer Dr. John M. McBryde Facull-a Represental ' ne Members former debaters and orators Walter M. Barnett. Jr. Gordon Brunson Leon Solis Cahn F. Edw. Hebert Harvey H. Hebert Lawrence Martin Harold Moses William Porteous GLENDY BURKE A. A. Delahoussaye Leslie Moses FORUM Harry Stiles Prentice L. Smith 369 -=-= iii::;:::;; ' .ii!;!:;:;;f. i!;!!ii!!v.:;v,!;Miinnn!:ii!!iiuMnnv.v.!!;!!!i!i!!:!:!:;:i!!iininn!Uiiv,;;;::ii!inii;:;r.!nur.niuuiiniiv. " ;:n!; " .!i!u;uii;n! j, t- S..,,.:vrSi V , .,li A „„.,.,,, ,, ?S.■.--■■ „ ■ ■• " ..■■■■ _ i. ....„, ;;■.■;■■■■■ ..O ' , j ' ■• " ■ • " • " ■ " " v. llWAv.»ll ■. •.■nn v.■ .■.••.■ " ■.%-. ' . ' ' .■■; I iK ' in ■- " .ar • ' t s 15 ' lii " w?| ' s " ' ■r ' i «i •■■■;;1; ' 1|r ' ' " % ' » ' Siitit ' ,, .« i „ ' Siti " - Chamberlain, Farrar, McGahey, Gardner Hirsch, Jones, Oechsner, Overton Stiles, Walker, Warren, Yates TKe Tulane Glee Club In December, 1 92 1 , a Glee Club was reorganized at Tulane. For five years our Alma Mater had not boasted of an organization of this kind. The credit for the forma- tion belongs to Prof. Thomas Larremore and J. Olin Chamberlain, a junior law student. Great interest was manifested on the campus, and fifty candidates tried for places on the club. After the preliminary arrangements had been perfected and positions allotted, everybody started to work in earnest. Tire first public appearance was made at the Marine Hospital on February I 7. This was followed by a splendidly received performance before the Rotary Club of New Orleans. The club showed next at the Second Campus Night. This was the first time that the student body constituted the audience and the reception was most gratifying. The schedule for the rest of the year includes an exhibition for the United States Music Teachers ' Association, a week ' s engagement at the Strand, and a probable booking over the Saenger Circuit of Louisiana and Mississippi. r •X •!»• ■ • " T Tne Gym Dances Under the auspices of the Student Council a series of dances were given at the Tulane gymnasium during the year for the benefit of student activities no; otherwise provided for. The first dance was given on November 19, 1921, following the L. S. U. game, Tulane, Newcomb, and L. S. U. students only being admi ' .tcd. Other dances followed at about intervals of two weeks. The largest crowd of the season was present at the dance of February 25, when the best dancer and most beautiful girl present were selected, their pictures to go in the Feature Section of the JamBALAYA. Debating, basketball, the band, and other activities on the campus benefited from the pro- ceeds of the dances, which continue to be one of the social successes of the university. 370 " iiiiniiinii«uiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiniiiiiiiuiiiiuui;uiiiu»Hin:HMUHiii!iiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiniinuiuui«niuiHiiHmiu(muiiiwiiiinuim ■ ' .vs. Coleman, Davidson, Ebaugh, Hustedt, Jamieson Little, Madden. Madison, Montgomery, Overton Rickey, J. L. Smith, Stiles, Webb, Wynn Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Officers E. E. Talbot i. . . . PresiJenl M. D. Hargrove Finl Vice-Presidenl H. F. Madison SzconJ Vicc-Prcsidenl H. " W. Jamieson General Secrelary L. F. WakemAN General Treasurer J. L. Smith Student Treasurer W. B. Abbott Student Secretary J. Morris Legendre Robert S. Wynn M. M. Snelling Harry Stiles Members Lawrence Little Clyde Overton Eddie Davidson H. W. Rickey J. C. Morris, Jr. Clarence Webb J. L. Madden Frank W. Ebaugh Harry Hustedt R. B. Montgomery Ben T. Coleman The Y. M. C. A. has long been in existence on the Tulane campus. The moral, mental and physical needs of the student which are not cared for in the other phases of college life are the particular held of service of this student organization. It acts as a clearing house between the student and such vital matters as his church, living accommodations, employment in spare time, and social life. It is the center of campus life, fostering those things of interest which too often are everybody ' s busi- ness and. therefore, nobody ' s business. The financial support of this organization comes from the student body and the faculty through voluntary subscription. iampus Nights After the first performance, held October 22. 1921, the success of Campus Nights was assured again this year. Six acts, comprising a dance by Marjorie Hay, a recitation by Aline Richter, a feature by Christine Sprague, a violin solo and two quartets, were staged. These performances, held in the Y. M. C. A. building, were literally played to packed houses, as there was never enough room for the large crowd. The second Campus Night was held on March IS. and included ten excellent acts. They were stunts by the four classes at Newcomb. the prize act. by the sophomores, receiving a handsome cup. The Glee Club made its first appeai ' ance before Tulane-Newcomb students and provided excellent entertainment. Johnny Madden, the boy composer, with the able assistance of It. L. Crawford, ren- dered a delightful selection of his nwn. An excerpt from " Madame X " was well executed by Aline Richter and Felix E. Hebert. The Mandolin-Guitar Club also gave a good recital. The announcement of Kappa Delta Phi election was one of the features of the night. Further entertainment is being prepared by the committee for future programs. 371 iiiiiii!ii!i»ii ' jiiiHMitiiiHfiiiiii)uitiMniUMi!iiiiiUHiiiniiinuiiiuiiin!iiMiui!niiiiiini!innn»!n!iinun!«»i«»»iMMIiW!»lHir :!»! ' ,wwiii n«!ira „„.,.,„.::= - ' »P ;Sf.V. ' . ' - ' -A fS«-»ll " l ' " W- ' " - ' ' " " " " " ' " " " " ' ' ' " ' " " " " " " " " " " " " - " ' ' " - ' .Ii " - ' ' 5K ' irt!i , ' ... :.,..„.::.«? „,.■ ' aoV; PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT TULANE UNIVERSITY Volunw Wll NKVV ORI.I ANS. IKIOAV, FEBRLSARV lu, im. University Hospital Planned As Adjunct of Medical School ANNUAL BOARD Crime Wave Hits Tulane When GETS GYM FOR Pictures, Footballs Are Stolen Cafe Brulo Board DEBATE STjBjECr Anoounces P rizes PICKED BV COUNCIL por Contributions HULLABALOO CHIEF 10 TAKE ' WITH T-P VARSITY DEBATERS RECEIVE LETTERS i A SMILE NEWS 372 . " " ' ' iiiiiiiiiit»niiiiiiHiiiiiiiiHiiiiHiiuiiiiiuuMiuiiuiiHiuiiuin iuiuiiiimimuiuiiii»Hiiiiii«iiiiuiiiinuiu»iuiuu»uiiiumuui(iiium miliiumiiBffl iiSi ; t : ,; y.-; ] , !i.-V. mmmrm m 0 ' .- vr $: ' 1922 JAMBAISOA - [ ■•■ ' ., ;| )m6 too ' ..IfTY OoXCS THE £ LECTION ANO tmu vcar THE TAme — tic- tie : ■ ® THE CONTRACTS 7-- - THE MEETINQ- THE HE ' S 810V f l4HT |)VV THE EDITOR STORE " ? BILL I J ' AC-lf y iiLu I THE Business M f . THE The STAEF CAKTOONISTASSISTAffr EDITORS TrtE BLANKET TAX THE ■picTOwes 3lU SToRY - StANLEir THOMAS HAH =1S ' cit i.- --»l « 9 THE STOLEN Photos THE SEARCH For CLUES TAM8 ST«f=F THE EXTfiA WORK THE COV ALL IN THE PROOF holv COLLfCriON THE H THE moN OF Are Bills out THE END fioo HOO THE TAM8 our JAi IHE M OAI D OUT TIME OUT 0 " s B " FOREWORD i.a a .■a TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Before going further, let ' s have an understanding. No lover of truth could possibly appreciate the pack of complimentary lies in the precedmg pages. Henceforth, the lurid light of reality shall disclose the true species of the insects which mar the natural beauty of the tree of life, and if we spare but one, may direst torture seize us for doing them injustice. If you are not hurt we will be sorely disappointed. If you consider yourself slighted when you fail to find herein flatterful men- tion of your frontal topography or your police-court record, don ' t blame us if we don ' t know you. You must be a mediocre, dangling member of the kind that don ' t fit in. We put in everybody we dislike and we are soured on every- body we know. And we know everybody in disreputable society. If you want publicity you should have made our acquaintance earlier. If, on the other hand, you want to thank us for putting you in, stay away. The only thing that keeps us from becoming murderers is the distance between us and you. We have mangy spots and your presence is no soothing ointment. Thinking about you has ruined our disposition. We lunch on hammers and sleep by preference in a hardware store. Knocking comes natural. You may think you ' re good and think others think you ' re good. Don ' t kid yourself. Here are the things that the editor cut out of the regular write- ups. He has a sense of decency ; we have a sense of humor. We love facts, so we put them in. If you don ' t like our wisdom, you have no sense of humor. Everything in this Annual is a joke except what follows. So read aloud and listen attentively. Things tkat Never Happen Noodie Frith is seen and not heard. Eddie Talbot is elected most popular man in the law student body. Buckets Milam is elected to all honorary scholarship Fra ternities. The Kappas agree that the Pi Phis have the best Chapter at Newcomb. A girl medical student flunks out. The Betas and K. A.s swear eternal friendship. Moseley refuses to flunk over 50 ' ' of his Freshman Chemistry class. Newcomb Faculty announces in favor of sororities. Pierce Butler is chosen " most handsome man. " Moseley refuses to agree with the D. K. E.s in Pan-Hellenic meetings. Dooley Glenn, Sarge Newburn, Pinkie Stiles and Frank Cato become ar- dent Prohibitionists. Tkings tkat Make Us Laugk Janice Owens and her string of " fish. " These Newcombites and their crushes. For instance. Miss Frotscher and Alice Odenheimer, Frances Ferguson and Rita Unga, Lila Phillips and Mar- garet Roberts, etc. The peculiar fondness certain Newcombites developed last year for wash- ing their hair with kerosene! How Vic Mills runs first with the Chi-Os, then with the A. O. Ps, etc. The Betas refusing to allow their men to join Kappa Beta Phi. This third eyebrow that some of these boys try to develop. For instance, Don Armstrong and George Fisher. Reminds us about the baseball team moustache joke- nine on each side! Medical Book: WE HANDLE THE PUBLICATIONS OF W. B. Saunders Company D. Appleton Company Lea Febinger P. Blakiston ' s Son Company J. B. LipPiNCOTT Company Wm. Wood Company C. V. MosBY Company The MacMillan Company F. A. Davis Company Oxford University Press Rebman Company John Wiley Sons And Others J. A. MAJORS COMPANY 1301 TuLANE Avenue Our Motto: " Always at Your Service " Tke Sweetkeart of A. T. O. By John Lvnton Madden. (Tune: Sweetheart of Sigma Chi.) The girl of my dreams is the sweetest girl Of all the girls I know ; Each fair co-ed like a rainbow trail Fades m the afterglow ; Her eyes are blue, and her heart ' s as true As none on this earth below ; And tho ' she wears a Delta pin, Let ' s all pretend — she ' s the sweetheart of A. 1 . O. g) ■, J ' « E " r Tilt Cl.B4MggS C fi»it rT KCR Porter s Service TO COLLEGIANS IS BASED UPON AN INTIMATE KNOWLEDGE OF CORRECT, REFINED STYLE— NOTABLE FOR ITS ABSENCE OF WEIRD ATTEMPTS AT NOVELTY It is our idea that a young man needs only the graceful drape that traces his own lithe lines. He, least of all men, needs " trick " adornment. We ' d be glad to have you drop in and see the new styles and fabrics in hand-tailored Hirsh Wickwire and Edeiheimer Stein Clothes AT THIRTY-FIVE DOLLARS UP CARONDELET AND GRAVIER STREETS JIM ALISON AT NEWCOMB ■■{■ V Maid (at Newcomb) — " Oh, Miss Lila, there ' s a great big Jellybean in the parlor waiting for you. " Uhc Slobc Vcrwickc Co., Office and Library Furniture 417, 422 Camp Street New Orleans, La. telephone main 6181 ALBERT MACKIE COMPANY, Ltd the big dependable WHOLESALE GROCERY AND SUPPLY HOUSE Of tile South Mackie Building New Orleans, La. New Accounts Solicited Old Ones Retained Through Service Freshman Hirsch (returning from " Y " with Freshman Handbook) : " Pretty neat little book they put out, eh? " Freshie Moss: " Yeah. How much did they charge you for it? " Hirsch: " Nothin " . They gave tliem away. " Moss: " They gave them away? " Hirsch: " Yeah. " Moss: " Aw, h , I swiped mine. " V When was the revival of learning? When the mid-term reports came out. •¥ Olin Chamberlain ranks next to Edison as the greatest American inventor — Glee Club, Cafe Brulo, Knights of Ransome. What next? BOGALUSA CITY OF HOMES AND FAMILIES OFFERS A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR MEN OF ENERGY AND ABILITY HOME OF THE GREAT SOUTHERN LUMBER CO. BOGALUSA PAPER CO. Piquant Pops It is rumored around school that a certain young Phi Delt, before he became a member and when a student at the University of Alabama, asked a Sigma Chi to lend him his badge to wear during the Christmas holidays. And then we chance upon another tale which is going tlie rounds about the Deke pledge who thinks he is such a devil with tlie ladies. Now this boy ' s shoulder has the habit of getting dis- located when he plays football or the like. He and a girl were on the back seat of an auto one night when this happened, and — . He admitted later that she was wonderfully strong. Newcomb, too. The Ideal Girl, upon being interviewed, said that her ideal man must not drink, smoke, etc. This brings to our minds a series of very gay " parties " which were pulled off in Monroe, La., last summer, and, incidentally, a " wonderful " Sigma Nu who takes law at Tulane has quit tlie " corn " for good. The above mentioned girl says she uses no rouge because she blushes so much she does not need it. Personally we never heard of her blushing. She should, though, after that interview. And did you see what she said about dancing? Boy, how she musta changed since we last danced with her! Have you heard anything about the blonde S. A. E. dental student whose name frequents Newcomb ' s bulletin board? That boy got cold- cocked for half an hour one night down in the Irish channel. We heard the girl ' s " steady " hap- pened to run into them. An A. O. Pi sophomore has discovered an ideal courting place on the shaded steps of a public school near Newcomb Dorm. It seems as if she was a little " slack " to let the secret out. We hear that one of our prominent A. T. O. law students, besides composing new words to the " Sweetheart of S. X., " has also composed a poem dedicated to the president of the A. S. student body, and said poem, recited at a dinner party, caused Dick no end of embarrassment. Also Johnnie with Richie, Tummy and J. Barleycorn compose a wonderful quartet at the dances. We have heard that on Johnnie ' s account a certain Pi Phi will not wear her Delt pin to A. T. O. dances. We wonder when that athletic young Beta will decide to moderate his tones so that all the west wing of Newcomb won ' t hear him make love to Piggy. They say he has a good line, too. Why does Red Montgomery try to vamp that girl at Newcomb when he ' s engaged to a lady in north Louisiana? Eddie, the senior K. A. lawyer, hasn ' t taken a drink in a month. They said the red-headed lady in Richmond Place had much to do with it. We hope we get an invitation. Where does Oscar Bienvenue take his dates every night at Newcomb? Boy, you ' d better be more careful. Some one has seen you; but your secret is safe with us. Do you know why that girl who lives or Short Street told Wheelock that he was as rough as a " frog-headed longshoreman " ? We always thought that Velie was too small for gentleness. Did you ever notice that professor who blooms out in full dress at all Newcomb parties? We think he holds tlie chair of gum-chu-ology, and he knows how to do his stuff. The boys report that Joe Richardson went un- der before he finished his second quart at the Kappa Beta Phi initiation; but knowing Joe as we do, it is hard to believe. Did you see him at the Owls ' initiation? The Delts have promised to buy Sarge New- burn a Ford if he won ' t get drunk for just one week. Boys, your money is safe. We hope that Eddie Talbot and Gus Fritchie will be considerate enough to put out advance no- tice about their next fight. We missed the last one. " Git fer home, Bruno! " Headquarters for Students ' Supplies Dissecting and Biology Supplies Surgical Instruments Hospital and Physicians Supplies I. L. LYONS AND COMPANY, Ltd. CAMP AND GRAVIER STS. ALL MODEL HIGHWAYS TO THE NORTH AND EAST LEAD THROUGH BOGALUSA The Largest Ford Service Station Outside of New Orleans Is Located in Bogalusa RESTER MOTOR COMPANY BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA New Orl eans Full blown, red lipped, with raven hair. At dinner she is much alive — Like gleaming stars her eyes — She hardly seems the same. A maid the fairest of the fair. She was so languid just at five. ' Tis she I idolize. Midnight finds her aflame. She yawns at ten ; at twelve she wakes No more asleep, the breath of life. To sip cafe au lait. " Her Latin blood roused high. At two " M am ' selle " her room forsakes. She laughs, she sings, her pleasure rife. And rises for tlie day. The sounds moun to the sky. You ' ll find she surges thru your veins Like rare, old , fiery wine. Here in my breast she a Iways reigns — This Creole maid of mine. X. HARTWELL House of Gifts MAKERS OF FINE FURNITURE DESIGNERS AND MAKERS OF Lighting Fixtures Interior Decorators Special Department of Plumbing and Heating SALESROOM: 213 BARONNE STREET FACTORY: 409-427 DAUPHINE STREET KODAKS KODAK FINISHING STANDARD PHOTO SUPPLY CO. EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1866 INCORPORATED 1897 Manufacturers — Exporters — Importers McDERMOTT SURGICAL INSTRUMENT CO. MANUFACTURERS OF SPECIAL SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS ARTIFICIAL LIMBS ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES We Carry a Complete Stock of Hospital and Physicians ' Supplies X-RAY AND LABORATORY EQUIPMENT NEW ORLEANS, U. S. A. Catalogs on Request PARVEE A NOVEL SPORT SUIT TAILORED AT FASHION PARK GODCHAUX ' S A Ballacl of Booze {With apologies, of course, to Rudyard.) I ' ve taken my drinks where I found ' em ; I ' ve sipped and I ' ve soused in my time; I ' ve had my pickings of liquor, And some of tlie lot was prime. Rye, Scotch, Irish and Bourbon, Beer witli its collared foam. Cordials and wines from the sunkissed vines. And some that was made at home! Then o ' er the wide map I wandered. Drinking it all as it came — Vino, far east in Manila; Pulque, of Mexican fame; Whiskey and soda in London; , Absinthe in Paris. Why quit When each country I found brought some new drink around? And I learned about liquor from it. Now, I ' m never a connoisseur. For taking it all along You never can tell till you taste it. And then you are like to be wrong. There ' s times when it ' s smooth as velvet. There ' s time when it rasps like a file. But the bootleg stew or the old home brew Is the stuff that knocks you a mile. I was a young ' un when Volstead Warn ' t known past his old back yard ; I started the game on cider. New England cider — and hard. I found it could kick you kiting. Like a cat in the midst of a fit. With a hangover bun that weighed more than a ton. And I learned about liquor from it. Then off to prep school they packed me. Close to a big, wicked town Where the youngsters slipped off in the evening. Ambitious to do it up brown. There on the " hack-drivers ' cocktail " (Whiskey — beer chaser) I lit. Next thing I knew was just coming to. And I learned about liquor from it. Then University followed — Muenchner and Pilsner in steins — - Fizz of sloe-gin — undergraduate sin — And tentative sippings of wines. Mixed ' em all once at class banquet ; Sank thru a rainbow shot pit As I swung on a cop that I thought I could stop. And learned about liquor from it. Then came the Era of Uplift, And the private stocks ran dry; In edged the bootleg salesman. And the stills dripped fast on the sly. Moonshine in old Mississippi, Hot from the mash, I hit. The doctor I drew said, " He may pull thru. " And I learned about liquor from it. Then I was guest at a party Where the host was a wizard with yeast And the hops and the malt stuff and raisins. The sun glowed red in the east When homeward we lurched, still roaring At jokes home-brew told us were wit. Man — what a head! Next three days in bed! And I learned about liquor from it. Then came a bootlegger ' s visit: " Aged in wood — hundred the case! " Grabbed it, of course, man! A bargain! Wonder he kept a straight face! Seals, corks and stamps seemed all right, too. Sample was smooth. Yes, I bit! Called in my friends — but that ' s where friendship ends! And I learned about liquor from it. I ' ve taken my drinks where I found ' em. And always I ' ve paid for the same ; But the pay I have earned is the lesson I ' ve learned : That the home-brew and bootlegger game Are great — for the guy who don ' t drink ' em. I ' m off, while my eyes can still see. So be warned by my lot (which I know you will, not). And learn about liquor from me. THE H. 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MEYERS, Manager " A Better Instrument at Less Money " 317 Baronne Street New Orleans COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND AND WELL WISHER OF TULANE UNIVERSITY A Tribute to tke Fraternities INTRODUCTION It is useless to write this article, because we have no Fraternities at Tulane, and even if we had we would be ashamed to admit it. But after all we are constrained to admit that there are certain people on the campus who band together m groups, wear a pin with pearls and a dead language on it and call themselves Greeks. Any self-respecting Greek would be ashamed of them. They think they are social lions, they think they are politicians and run the school, in other words, they think they are IT. But we must put up with life ' s little trib- ulations and throw the light of Truth upon Amalgamated Order of Greek Politicians. Allons. KAPPA ALPHA The most refreshing boys on the campus! The sweet, simple, modest, country kind, who don ' t drink or chew, and who only a mother could love. Haven ' t gotten over their country habits of riding around in gas buggies without coats, hats or vests yet, but they ' ll learn — the little dears! And really they think they ' re such devils with the ladies ! Real heart breakers, you know — living up to their motto, I suppose — I hate to be a gloom — but from what I hear — . Yes, and did you notice how the little angels vamped all the Freshmen this year? Bless their hearts! They are indeed rising in life — and will after death if they keep their sweet childish natures. DELTA TAU DELTA The best example of " goofs " ever dis- played since 1859. In fact, the whole fam- ily is " goofy, " and displays the character- istic tendencies of the jelly-fish. No back- bone, no bram, no mdividuality, no char- acter, nothing but an existence which is usu- ' ally eked out around corner drug stores. The food consumed is usually drink — anything but H20 — they even find wet gutters more comfortable than dry ones — softer, you know. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON Some said there was — others said there wasn ' t. We investigated. After looking over the returns of the race for tennis man- ager we became convinced there wasn ' t — but after still more investigation, looking at the bottom of the scholarsh ' p list, we found there was once a Chapter here. In fact, a remnant still exists! However, further in- vestigation revealed nothing more than that they have a wonderful athlete — ineligible this year — and that they have been giving rushing parties at the Quartier Club under the guise of a scrip dance — " Only this, and nothing more. " DAVIDSON DENTAL SUPPLY COMPANY INCORI ' OKATIil) DENTAL SUPPLIES DENTAL LABORATORY SEVENTH FLOOR, MAISON BLANCHE BUILDING NEW ORLEANS, LA. Branch Depot, Hutchinson Building, Shreveport, La. I ALL SCHOOL NECESSITIES ARE HANDLED BY THE TULANE GO-OPERATIVE BOOK STORE CIGARS CIGARETTES POST CARDS AND STATIONERY GIBSON HALL ST. CHARLES AVENUE, NEW ORLEANS Fraternities (Continued) ZETA BETA TAU Since all the Fraternities have to be men- tioned, we might as well mention the Zetas — you see one of them on the campus now and then. They have a habit of pledging men from Texas and sending them back home before initiation, but probably the Fac- ulty has something to say to that. They seem to think the school was made for them to run, and they do run a few thmgs — to the ground. When it comes to running for of- fice they remind us of the old grey mare. It ' s too bad there isn ' t any Varsity Basket- ball player to pledge this year — they might not win the cup now. Having lost a Fra- ternity house, they are now trying to lose a Fraternity. Bon voyage. PHI DELTA THETA Just as hard to kill Phi Delta Theta as it is to bury their lifelong friend John Barley- corn. In fact, they are both such kindred spirits that you rarely see one without the other, and to tell the truth John has moved a great deal of his luggage over there — but the rest is better " still. " The Phis seem to lean toward the law course — which only proves our theory that they need the protection of the courts. Yes, and it ' s a good thing that men don ' t make their debut, for if they did there wouldn ' t be a single Phi at Tulane — we ' d be reading in society news about the " chawming " mas- culine debutants of the season. SIGMA CHI Not so successful as lovers, I hear — but what does that matter? Later on the Chapter can get together and organize a nice comfortable little sewing circle — and some of them might even think of working, might be able to keep a peanut stand, or they wouldn ' t have much trouble keeping a drug store — lots of pills around the house. KAPPA SIGMA Going on the theory that we can do as we please, and that this is a rotten section, any way, we decided to put them in. Be- sides we think they are about as worthy of mention as the O. T. A ' s. This " gang " have awful ambitions — " Be a Kappa Sigma girl and we ' ll elect you best dancer and get your picture in the beauty section. " We note a scarcity of New Orleans girls at the Kappa Sig dances — these girls must know ihem as well as we do. But they stand awfully well at the Newcomb Dorm. — in fact, we understand that this Club is a sister What we would like to know is if " Pledge " Harry Stiles attended all the Beta meetings? TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA COLLEGE OF MEDICINE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Admission — Two Years of College Work, Including Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English and Modern Language Opportunities — Combined Course Offered, Leading to B.S. and M.D. Degrees. Unexcelled Opportunities in Charity and Other Hospitals SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY Admission — Diploma from an Accredited High School — or Fifteen Units Opportunities — Large Clinical Facilities Under Competent Instruction SCHOOL OF PHARMACY Admission — Three Years of High School, or Twelve Units Opportunities — Two Years for Ph.G. Degree. A Thorough Course with Practical Opportunities Women Admitted on the Same Terms as Men FOR CATALOGS AND OTHER INFORMATION, ADDRESS TULANE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE 1551 CANAL STREET NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Fraternities (Continued) sorority to the Chi Omega Frat. — but we also heard that the Chi Omega ' s are de- teroriating! The good die young — the Kappa Sigs will last forever. Pass on, would-be politicians! ALPHA TAU OMEGA " United we stand — divided we fall! " which most probably explains the reason why Beta Upsilon Chapter has made such a speedy descent and — exit — faded from view entirely — with the exception of Bliss- ful Bill, who has turned into a wild and woolly debutant delight and loves his hooch. As for the rest — gosh! a bunch of snappy, catty, fussy, crabbed old maids. " If you don ' t like the lace I sewed on my B. V. D ' s I ' ll say that the perfume you use is horri- ble. " " Now if you don ' t pay me the money you owe me I ' ll move into another house and won ' t play dolls with you any more. " Ain ' t that love in a cottage? SIGMA NU This isn ' t a Chapter — it ' s a mistake — a ghost of the past whose bones seem to clank around the medical school mostly. Soon the Chapler w!ll be a recollection and not such a good one at that — anyway it ' ll be a good riddance — diseases like Sigma Nu never add to the attraction of the University. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON This introduces the most-thought-of Fraternity in the world. We say that and we mean that, for every S. A. E. thinks of himself first — in fact, conceit seems to be the essential requirement for membership. They are good — if you don ' t believe it, ask My Magnetic Personality By Ed. E. Talbot How I acquire millions of friends a year. Told in simple every day language. No legal phraseology used. Bound in Bullum, $00.05 How Pan-Hellenics Are Run Written by Men of Expericmce EDITORIAL STAFF H. W. MOSELY E. E. Talbot A. A. Delahoussaye B. T. Brown Learn How to Put It Over the Other Fellows The TulanG University of Louisiana NEW ORLEANS THE UNIVERSITY EMBRACES THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS The College of Arts and Sciences The H. Sophie Newcomb College for Women The College of Engineering The Faculty of Graduate Studies The College of Law The School of Medicine The School of Pharmacy The School of Dentistry The College of Commerce and Business Administration The Night School of Electrical Engineering The Extension Courses for Teachers The Summer Schools For Information, Address REGISTRAR OF THE TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA GIBSON HALL, NEW ORLEANS Fraternities (Continued) them! With the acquiring of a house they have increased their membership — necessity is the mother of invention. They are hons — but of what? Surely not social, though they seem to have aspirations — I hear they are " sick lions! " They used to Seek Alco- hol Energetically, but this year they seem Sad As Everything! But they have ambi- tions — one IS even trying to raise a mous- tache. SIGMA ALPHA MU Another Irish gang! Hurrah for the Shamrock! But since Miske left school we ' ve been unable to identify or locate them — they must be closet members. (No Char- lie, not a cellar gang — but the kind you lock up during rushing season.) But when talk- ing about them, we remember that " Silence is golden, " and like these Irish, we are after gold! PHI KAPPA SIGMA It is with regretful hesitancy that we focus the public gaze upon this anti-New Orleans poker club, though that W. L. boy seems to have eyes on them. They remind us of the 13th beatitude, " He that expecteth noth- ing shall not be disappointed. " It seems that, since they began running a boarding house, they no longer need town boys. They are heavily represented on Broadway and at Newcomb — by the way, I hear their joy and pride, a strutting Broadway " Jelly " (O Agnes, ain ' t he cute?) has converted a New- combite from Brenau into a strong rusher. With such an attraction we wish them luck with the " Phish Kontinually Sought " — and realize they must indeed be lish! DELTA SIGMA PHI ' The only Fraternity on the campus that has no excuse for its existence — admitted by one of its members — in fact its m ember. And still it lingers on. Nobody ever heard of them until our sporting editor wrote them up, and they ' ve tried to be sports ever since. They claim they want a man for what he is and not for his scholastic ability — and by looking at their pledges they seem to get them. We ' ve said too much about them already. The only time you ever notice them is when they congregate together near the Law School, after every period. Poor things, they have no happy home to go to. OMICRON TAU ALPHA The O. T. A. Fraternity is a rather small man, with bum teeth, close-cropped hair, would-be-politician inclinations, and a heavy line, who founded the " Order of Sons " and now runs the hullabaloo. 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SIGMA PI The only way they could get m the Uni- versity was by taking the Dean of the Col- lege of A. and S. in their Chapter. The Dean is introducing a new vogue of wear- ing his pin on his lapel during rushing sea- son. The other members button their coats tight over their pms and thus fool a few freshmen into believing they are somebody. They ' re young and bashful yet. In fifty years they might (?) amount to something. PI KAPPA ALPHA Having lost their ablest politician they are trying to get along as best they can. They have a hard road to travel, so " Papa " comes up and visits them every week. He listens to their tale of woe and lets them weep on his shoulder. The Pan-Hellenic can ' t hold a meeting without him. He ' s training a young law student to take his place — but he ' ll probably die before he learns anything. As they are slowly recov- ering from an attack of the " Hammets " its best to leave sleeping dogs he — with apolo- gies to the dogs. 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' The Collar Store " 721-723 Common St. INDEX A PAGE Action Pictures 354 Activities, General 34 1 Adler, Coleman B 406 Administration Building. Newcomb 23-26 Ain ' t It the Truth ? 232 Aldrich, Morton A 13 Alpha Delia Pi 88. 89 Alpha Epsilon Iota 316.317 Alpha Epsilon Phi 90.91 Alpha Kappa Kappa 304. 305 Alpha Omega Alpha 326, 327 Alpha Omicron Pi 80. 81 Alpha Phi Mu 216, 217 Alpha Sigma Sigma 94 Alpha Tau Omega 180, 181 American Drug Store 399 Anatomy 414 Anderson, Douglas S 13 Arcade Board, Newcomb 97 Architectural Society, Tulane 227 Architectural Society Outing 237 Arts and Science. Freshman 130-132 Arts and Science. History 120 Arts and Science. Juniors 125—127 Arts and Science, Seniors 121-124 Arts and Science Shark, How to Become An 1 54 Arts and Science, Sophomores 128, 129 At Last 243 Attending College 410 Auto Activities. Our 378 B Baldwin and Co.. A 403 Ballad of Booze. A 388 Band. The University 362 Basketball Review 356 Basketball Team. Varsity 355 Basketball Team. Newcomb Freshman 115 Basketball Team, Newcomb Juniors 114 Basketball Team. Newcomb Seniors 114 Basketball Team, Newcomb Sophomores 115 Bechtel. Edward A 13 Benson Printing Co 407 Beta Phi Sigma 324-325 Beta Theta Pi 198, 199 Big Sister Committee 48 Bogalusa Paper Co 383 Book I. Newcomb 29 Book II. Uptown Campus 117 Book III. Medical College 239 Book IV, General Activities 341 Book V, Wit and Humor 373 Boxing at Tulane 358 Brown, George Steward 15 Burke Co., Nicholas 414 Butler, Pierce 11 C Calendar, University 390 Campus Nights 371 Campustry 107 Champions of Louisiana 353 Charity Hospital 290 Chi Omega 82, 83 Chi Zeta Chi 306, 307 Christian Endeavor Society 225 Class Play Committee, Newcomb 32 Clinic. Medicine 406 College Favorites 333 College Girls Are Here, Ye 112 College of Arts and Sciences 119 College of Commerce 1 65 College of Engineering ' 139 College of Law 155 College Spirit, Do You Believe In? 412 Commerce Freshmen 1 70- 1 72 Commerce History 1 66 Commerce Juniors 167 Commerce Shark. How to Become A 164 Commerce Sophomores 1 68. 1 69 Commerce Specials 167 Contents, Book II 118 Contents, Book III 240 Crew. The 360 Crow ' s Nest. ' The 233 D Dameron-Pierson Co 413 D ' Amico. V. J 415 Dancers. Newcomb 365 Davidson Denial Supply Co 393 Debaters. Varsity 361 Debating Club, Newcomb 100 Dedication 5 Delta Kappa Epsilon 190, 191 Delta Tau Delta 184, 185 Delta Sigma Phi 202, 203 Dentistry Department 275 Dentistry, Freshman Class 288, 289 Dentistry, Junior Class 282-285 Dentistry, Senior Class -. 276—280 Dentistry, Sophomore Class 286, 287 Diaz at Tulane, Gen. Armando 364 Dinwiddle. Albert Bledsoe 10 Dixie Homestead Association 423 Dormitory. Newcomb 23 Dormitory. Tulane 25 Dramatic Club. Newcomb 105 Dugan Piano Company 419 Dumas Furniture Company 421 Hicke ?-Freeinan Clotnes MADE FOR COLLEGE MEN WHO KNOW HOW TO WEAR Good Clothes Quality Style Value MAYER ISRAEL COMPANY INCORPORATED INDEX-Continued E Eleanor and Tom, Our Little Movie of 233 End, The 424 Engineer. How lo Become a Real I 34 Engineering, Freshman 151-153 Engineering, Juniors 145-147 Engineering, Seniors 141-144 Engineering Society, Tulane 226 Engineering. Sophomores 1 48- 1 50 Ex Libris f ' 1 F Faculty 9 Faculty, Medical 16 Faculty, Newcomb ' 2 Faculty, Uptown Campus 14 Farrar, Edgar D Feature Section 334-340 Feibleman ' s 419 Foch at Tulane, Marshal 363 Football Men, Varsity 346-150 Foreword, Book V 375 Foreword, Jambalaya 2 Forum Oratorical and Debating Society 229 Foster, Judge Rufus 13 Francais, Le Cercle 104 Fraternities, Medical 301-328 Fraternities, Newcomb 75-94 Fraternities, Tribute to 392-398 Fraternities, Uptown Campus 173-220 Fraternities, Uptown Campus, Grades and Scholastic Standing 208 Fraternities, Uptown Campus, Honorary 209 Fraternology 330-332 Friend. A 391 G General Activities 341 Getting Out the Jambalaya 374 Gibson Hall ; . . . 22 Giuffria, S. J 399 Glee Club, Newcomb 102 Glee Club. Tulane 370 Glendy-Burke Oratorical and Debating Society... 228 Globe-Wernicke Co 382 Godchaux ' s 387 Graduating Classes. Uptown Campus 238 Great Southern Lumber Co 383 Green Wave Swamped House-Cats, When 352 Grunewald, The 379 Gym, Tulane 27 Gym Dances 370 H Halsey, John Taylor 15 Hartwell, House of Gifts 386 Helen Panic 402-404 History, College of Arts and Sciences 120 History, College of Commerce 166 History, College of Engineering 140 History, College of Law 1 56 History, Dental Freshmen 289 History, Dental Juniors 282 History, Dental Seniors 276 History. Dental Sophomores 287 History, Medical Freshman 274 History, Medical Juniors 260 History, Medical Seniors 257 History, Medical Sophomores 270 History, Newcomb Seniors 46 History, Pharmacy Juniors 297 History, Pharmacy Seniors 292 History, Premedical Classes 132 Hockey Hints ; 408 Holmes Co.. D. H 401 Honorary Fraternities. Uptown Campus 209 Hullabaloo 372 Hutchinson Memorial Building 24, 242 I Imperial Shoe Store 405 Index 416-422 In Memoriam 6 Interfraternity Council 1 75 Israel. Mayer 417 J Jacobs Candy Co 41 1 Jambalaya Board, Vol. 27 7 Jambalaya Board. Newcomb 99 Jambalaya Staff. Book II 222, 223 Jamb-Jarz 231 Jelly Bean at Newcomb 382 Jim Doing in Oil Field? What was 414 J- L. Jellies 116 Jollification Night— Si ' s Gang 237 Juniors, Newcomb 45-47 K Kappa Alpha 1 76, 1 77 Kappa Alpha Theta 92, 93 Kappa Delta Phi 211 Kappa Kappa Gamma 84. 85 Kappa Psi 310, 31 1 Kappa Sigma 1 92, 1 93 Kaul and Sons, P 399 ' Kohlman, W. B 399 DUGAN PIANO COMPANY FOR MASON HAMLIN PIANOS AND VICTROLAS 540 BARONNE FEIBLEMAN ' S WE ESPECIALLY CATER TO NEWCOMB GIRLS TULANE BOYS Newest Styles Highest Quality Moderate Prices L. FEIBLEMAN CO. Canal and Baronne Ye College Tea Roome AUDUBON AND ZIMPLE STREETS THE MISSES PALFREY ORDERS TAKEN FOR CAKES AND SANDWICHES Arrangements Can Be Made for Luncheon Parties and Afternoon Teas Phone Walnut 2656 Hours 8:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. INDEX— Continued L La Meslee, Alphonse M 6 Latin Club, Newcomb 99 Law, Freshmen 1 62, 1 63 Law, History 1 56 Law, Juniors 160, 161 Law, Seniors 1 57-1 59 Lawyer, How to Become a Successful 164 Le Cercle Francais 104 Letters, A Page of 235 Library. Tilton Memorial 22 Liverpool, London and Globe 406 Lyon, Dr. J. Adair 4 Lyons Co., I. L 385 M Mackie Co., Albert 382 Maison Blanche 421 Majors Co., J. A 377 Mandolin and Guitar Club, Newcomb 103 Marks Isaacs Co 405 May Day 109 May Day Committee 48 Mayer Co., Gus 410 McDermott Surgical Instrument Co 387 Mechanical Arts Building 28 Medical, Freshmen 271-274 Medical, Juniors 259-266 Medical, Seniors 243-258 Medical, Sophomores 267-270 Medical World 241 Medicine, College of 239 Menge, Marine Hardware Supply Co 41 1 Merchants Coffee Co 403 My Magnetic Personality . 396 N N. A. A 101 Newcomb College, Book I 29-1 1 6 Newcomb College, H. Sophie 389 Newcombites 1 08 Newcomb Juniors 47-57 Newcomb Seniors 31—45 Newcomb Student Body Officers 96 New Orleans 386 New Orleans News Co 399 New Orleans Polyclinic 399 New Orleans Railway Light Co 413 Next 380 1922 110 Nu Sigma Nu 312,313 O Officers of Administration , 20 Officers of Instruction 17-19 Olive and Blue, Close-up of 233 Omicron Tau Alpha 218, 219 O. O. S 220 Oratorical Activities, Our 369 Oratorical and Debating Council 368, 369 Order of Books 8 Organizations, Newcomb 95 Organizations, Tulane 221 Orpheum 413 Owls ' Club 318, 319 P Pan-Hellenics Are Run, How 396 Pharmacy, Department of 291 Pharmacy, Juniors 297-300 Pharmacy, Seniors 292-296 Phi Beta Kappa 210 Phi Chi 302. 303 Phi Delta Phi 212 Phi Kappa Sigma 194, 195 Phi Mu 86,87 Phi Rho Sigma 314,315 Physics Laboratory 28 Pi Alpha Phi 213 PI Beta Phi 78, 79 Pi Kappa Alpha 196, 197 Piquant Pops 384 Poem, Newcomb Freshman Class 69—74 Poem, Newcomb Junior Class 58 Poem, Newcomb Sophomore Class 60 Porter Clothing Co 381 Pre-Medlcal Freshmen 136-138 Pre-Medical Sophomores 133-135 Professional and ScientlBc Women of Tulane 224 Psi Omega 320, 321 Q Quizzical Remarks Ill R Recipe for a Flapper 406 Refectory 27 Rembrandt ' s Studio 415 Rester Motor Co 385 Review of the Season 334, 335 Richardson Memorial Building 24 Rolling Green Wave 343 Royal Billiard Hall 401 Rush to Refectory 380 S Scherer, Inc., Fred 415 Scrubs. The 351 Senior Group, Medical Faculty and 258 Seniors, Newcomb 31 Senior Class Officers. Newcomb 32 Senior Class Play Committee 32 AFTER YOU LEAVE SCHOOL, YOU WILL BE MARRIED SOONER OR LATER, OF ■ COURSE, AND YOU WILL WANT TO HAVE A HAPPY HOME REMEMBER OUR SLOGAN GOOD FURNITURE TO MAKE A HAPPY HOME AND REMEMBER US T. DUMAS SONS CO., Ltd. " At the Sign of the Rocking Chair " 926-936 COMMON STREET, NEAR BARONNE THE MAISON BLANCHE Is Always Ready to Supply the College Set With the Newest and Smartest of WEARING APPAREL AS WELL AS THE HIGHEST GRADE OF SPORTING GOODS INDEX— Continued Sigma Alpha Epsilon 188, 189 Sigma Alpha Mu 206, 207 Sigma Chi 178, 179 Sigma Nu 182, 183 Sigma Pi , 204. 2a5 Silhouettes of the F acuity 113 Sometimes Happens, It 236 Sophomores, Newcomb 59-66 Southern Conn Co -. . 391 Southwestern Engraving Co 409 Sphinx Club 230 Square and Compass 214,215 Standard Photo Supply Co 386 Stars and Bars Society 328 Stickney and Williams 410 Student Activities. Our 367 Student Council, Newcomb 96 Student Council, University 366, 367 Surgical Supply Co _ 391 Sweetheart 378 T " T. " Wearers of the 342 Tea Roome, Ye College 419 Tchefuncta Trip, That 237 Tennis . 360 Things That Make Us Laugh 376 Things That Never Happen 376 Thomas Hall, Stanley 26 Title Page 3 Track 357 Track Review 358 Tulane Co-operative Book Store 393 Tulane University, College of Medicine 395 Tulane University of Louisiana 397 Tulane University Press 405 Tulmed Staff 329 U United Fruit Company 412 University Calendar 390 University Council 20 Uptcwn Campus 117 V Vacher Balm 411 View and Beauty Section, Our Little 233 View Section 21-28 Views, Here and There 237 w Wearers of the " T " 342 Werlein ' s 414 White Elephants, Parade of the 233 Whitesell ' s Studio 399 Wit and Humor 373 Wood, Jr., Wallace 15 Wrestling at Tulane 359 X Xi Psi Phi 322, 323 Y Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 371 Y. W. C. A. 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