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in y [ [[HNS, [ PUBLISHED ANNUALLY B Y " " t :l-l: Ss -;f- :j W :0m-- , J- ■.. ' ■ " •- " ■ ' ■ ' iv V - ' ANA FDICftT : -.if .. . , ' . I " •J TO DEAN PAUL BROSMAN— A NATIONAL FIGURE IN LEGAL EDUCATION-BELOVED BY STUDENT AND COLLEAGUE ALIKE— WE PROUDLY DEDICATE THIS VOLUME. A DOCTOR OF JURIDICAL SCI- ENCE FROM YALE, THE DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF LAV IS A RECOGNIZED LEGAL AUTHORITY, WRITER, AND SCHOLAR. IN ADDITION TO BEING AN INSPIRATIONAL TEACHER, DEAN BROSMAN POSSESSES ALL OF THESE QUALITIES WHICH THE STUDENTS BEST DESCRIBE AS BEING " A REGULAR FELLOW. " 3 F OM jyt PI ESIDENT This year at Tulane has seen notable progress in intellectual activities. We have now a magnificent new library building, with the finest of modern equipment well designed for library use. The intellectual stimulus this has given both faculty and students is apparent. The gift of and the completion of the Thomas F. Cun- ningham Memorial Observatory will provide the stimulus to awaken the curiosity of many along new lines of thought and investigation, since the opportunity is thus provided for work in astronomy. The increased emphasis on social responsibilities in business administration and the need for professional training for executive positions has tried the facilities of the College of Commerce, but its needs have been fulfilled through the gift of the Norman Mayer Memorial Building, which has been started this year. The completion of the Student Center Building, a gift of the alumni which it has been your privilege to enjoy during your university days, has made possible a better Student Activity program. There must be an attempt at all times to correlate such activities with the broad educational program of the University, rather than to treat these activities as separate entitles apart from the whole. Some of the essentials of a successful college career are an earnest, serious- minded devotion to curricular pursuits, an identification with con- structive extra-curricular campus forces, the development of wide and varied interests, the formation of lasting friendships, and the display of a friendly cooperative spirit In all campus relationship. Such activity is worth the effort. In that way only can you fully take advantage of the opportunity which is yours In Tulane today. RUFUS C. HARRIS DR. PAUL W. BROSMAN Dean, College of Law y E AD SCHOOL YEAR HAS BEEN PANORAMA. • THE FIRST BUILDING COMPLETED AND DEDICATED WAS THE STUDENT CENTER, GIVEN TO THE UNIVERSITY AND THE STUDENTS BY THE DR. MARTEN TEN HOOR Dean, College of Arts and Sciences ALUMNI. • THIS BEAUTIFUL RECREA- TIONAL CENTER HAS BEEN THOROUGHLY ENJOYED BY THE STUDENTS AT LARGE IN THE HOURS OF LEISURE. • NEXT CAME JAMES M. ROBERT Deon, College of Engineering THE HOWARD-TILTON MEMORIAL LIBRARY WHICH WAS COMPLETED AND DEDI CATED IN THE SPRING. • THIS MODERN LIBRARY BUILDING IS FURNISHED WITH THE LATEST EQUIPMENT FOR COMFORT AND EFFICIENCY AND IS AIR-CONDITIONED. • IT HOUSES THE NEWLY COMBINED HOWARD, TILTON, AND NEWCOMB LIBRARIES AND IS ONE OF THE FINEST IN DR. ROGER P. McCUTCHEON Dean, Graduate School THE SOUTH. CONCURRENTLY THE THOMAS F. CUNNINGHAM MEMORIAL OB- SERVATORY WAS UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND IT WILL HOUSE THE PICKERING TELE- DR. FREDERICK HARD Dean, Newcomb College LESLIE J. BUCHAN Dean, College of Commerce y [ AD MISS ANNA E. MANY Counselor to Women, Newcomb College SGOPE, A VERY INE INSTRUMENT. • THIS OBSERVATMY is to be used by the UNI VERSITY AND ALSO THE GENERAL PUBLIO IN THE STUDY OF ASTRONOMY. • TO- WARDS THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR GROUND WAS BROKEN FOR THE CON- DR. J. ADAIR LYON Chairman, Courses for Teachers STRUCTION OF THE COLLEGE OF COM- MERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION WHICH WILL BE LOCATED BEHIND GIBSON DR. ELIZABETH WISNER Dean, School of Social Work HALL THIS NEW BUILDING WILL BE KNOWN AS THE NORMAN MAYER ME- MORIAL BUILDING AND WILL BE READY FOR OCCUPANCY DURING THE NEXT SCHOOL YEAR. • WHEN THE TILTON LIBRARY HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE NEW QUARTERS, THE OLD BUILDING IS TO BE REMODELED AND DESIGNED FOR A MODERN LAW SCHOOL BUILDING. THUS AT LAST AN OLD J. H. RANDOLPH FELTUS Assistant to the President Director. Public Relations DREAM WILL BE REALIZED! • ALL IN ALL THE 1940-1941 SESSION HAS BROUGHT ABOUT A LARGER CONSTRUCTION PRO- GRAM AND A CAMPUS MORE BEAUTIFUL. DR. MAXWELL E. LAPHAM Dean, School of Medicine FRANS BLOM Director, Middle American Research Institute 4 BOAI D OF ADfUIHISmiO S ESMOND PHELPS, A.B.. LL B President CHARLES ROSEN, A.B , LL.B First Vice-President ERNEST LEE JAHN CKE Second Vice-President WALKER BRAINERD SPENCER, A.B., LL.B. MARCUS JOHNS MAGRUDER, M.D. SAMUEL ZEMURRAY FLORENCE DYMOND, A.B. JULES BLANC MONROE, A.B., LL.B. JAMES PIERCE BUTLER, LL.B. GEORGE ELLIOT WILLIAMS, B.E. S, WALTER STERN, A B. JOSEPH WHEADON CARROLL CHARLES LEVERICH ESHLEMAN, A.B., M.D. CHARLES SEYBURN WILLIAMS JOSEPH WOODRUFF GEORGE, A.B. ALBERT BARNETT PATERSON BERNARD HENRY GREHAN, B.E., C.E. " LAWRENCE ANDR WOGAN Secretary and Treasurer EX OFFICIO SAM HOUSTON JONES Governor of Louisiana ROBERT SIDNEY MAESTRI Mayor of New Orleans JOHN E. COXE State Superintendent of Public Education This year saw the advent of an Orientation Program at Tulane. Above is pictured Graham Bonnell, a student leader, showing one of the groups of Freshmen around the campus. c V- r i In this volume we have at- tempted to record one college year, from registration of the first Freshman to graduation of enior. May our efforts with your approval. Urm l!E(ilSTI!ATION ' Mmm tmmt h ■%, : ' L i:„ %, TO UADUATION •-mmwi Tf- - ' K ' .• ♦ ' 9 ' i V-, ■ v " ji ' - S S ' rf f«-« l»R Hi i ' . ..:?« «,, ,? S, PICTURESQUE WOODARD WAY yf ' --rf ' ' Sl S -. ' . •fc % ' .t: PANORAMA OF NEWCOMR ■j iiii|i»l g . . ' Sj H JJ HJJ ' . -,; :. )iu ' « y ' - C v BiV ' ■■f W.-. ' S - IP : ._ , — »• _.- .-4 „. .C s-!«iit== ■1 HM ' ■vr. .■■ jjw v IW ' --: Toa]a sa il J. NEWCOMB IN THE SPRING (utuum • Dedication of the Student Center The Student Center, the first of the new build- ings to be completed this year, is a fine addi- tion to our campus. It has become the center of student life. All activity heads meet here, and it is the heart of extra-curricular activities. There are recreation rooms, lounge rooms, and games of all types for the students. 1 TU LANE ' S NEW STADIUM KENDALL H. CRAM Graduate Manager of Student Activities ANN PENDERGAST Secretary to the Graduate Manager GRAHAM BONNELL President of the College of Con ' CARL DAILEY President of the College of Law The Tulane Student Council is composed of the presidents of the various colleges of the Univer- sity and has general supervision over all student activities. The Council Is assisted by the Grad- uate Manager of Student Activities, a position now held by Kendall - . Cram, B.A., M.A. Members of the 1940-41 Student Council are: Conrad Meyer, III, President, Arts and Sciences; W. Samuel Williams, Vice-President, Medicine; Joseph W. McCarron, Jr., Secretary, Engineer- ing; Graham Charles Bonnell, Commerce; Carl Dailey, Law; and Kate h odge, Newcomb. It is the duty of the Graduate Manager to supervise and keep an accurate record of re- ceipts and disbursements of each organization benefiting from the student fund, to act in an advisory capacity to all student activities, and to act as the agent of the Council in all matters. At the beginning of the school year, the stu- dent activities moved into offices in the new Student Center. The erection of the Student Center building has fulfilled a long-felt need in student life at Tulane. STUDENT COUNCa Dr. Harris entertains Student Council ai lunch KATE HODGE President of Newcomb College JOSEPH McCARRON, JR. President of the College of Engineering CONRAD MEYER. Ill President of the College of Arts and Science W. SAMUEL WILLIAMS President of the College of Medicine Seated: L. Stollenwerck, B. Hochenedel, M. Moter, M. Sinclair, M. Hudson, M. Swayne, J. Finke, M. Harper. Standing: M. Strahan, M. Murray, L. Gladden, E. Douglas, M. Marion. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS MARY JANE HUTSON President MARY SINCLAIR Vice-President MILDRED MURRAY Secretary MEMBERS ELECTED EVA DOUGLAS Sophomore Representative JEANNE FINKE Senior Representative LA PEINE GLADDEN Junior Representative MAIDA MOTER Senior Representative MILDRED MURRAY Junior Representative MARY SINCLAIR Senior Representative MARY SUE STRAHAN Junior Representative MEMBERS EX-OFFICIO KATE HODGE President of Student Bodv MARTHA HARPER President of Dormitory Council BETTY HOCHENEDEL President of Art School MYRTLE SWAYNE President of Music School LOUISE STOLLENWERCK President of Senior Class ESTHER REYNAUD President of Junior Class MOONYEEN MARION President of Sophomore Class l lewcomJx Rfi 4 lle4ii Stuxi nt dOVED NMENT Standing: F. Watson, L. Stollenwerck. S. Cobb, M. Harper, D. Thistlethwaite, A. Harper. Kneeling: L. Trimble, M. Mehaffy. H. Heidler, N. Vincent. Seated: M. Williams, L. Palmer, R. Lapeyre, J. Tenia, R. Trow- bridge, E. Renaud. OFFICERS MARTHA HARPER President JEAN TERZIA Secretary SARA COBB East Wing President LOUISE STOLLENWERCK West Wing President ANNE HARPER Warren House President FRANCES WATSON Doris Hall President HOUSE COUNCIL TERRY ANDERSON Warren House SARAH GILLESPIE Josephine Louise House HARRIET HEIDLER Josephine Louise House ROSE LAPEYRE Josephine Louise House MARY MEHAFFY Warren House BEBE NICKOLL Warren House LILLIAN PALMER Doris Hall ESTHER RENAUD Josephine Louise House DONA THISTLETHWAITE Josephine Louise House LOUISE TRIMBLE Josephine Louise House ROUTH TROWBRIDGE Josephine Louise House NORINNE VINCENT Richardson House MARGARET ANNE WILLIAMS Josephine Louise House ent Qo4Jie uumHi A6.loclGilCf4i. OFFICERS KATE HODGE Chairman ROUTH TROWBRIDGE Secretary MEMBERS CAROLINE ALBRECHT KATE HODGE MYRTLE SWAYNE BARBARA CAMPBELL MARY JANE HUTSON DONA THISTLETHWAITE ELSIE FIELD MOONYEEN MARION ROUTH TROWBRIDGE NELLIE MAE GUNN ARDATH MARKEL MURL UMBACH MARTHA HARPER BETTY HOCHENEDEL ESTHER RENAUD PAT STITES MARIE LOUISE WAKEMAN FRANCES WATSON Seated: M. Umbach, M. Sinclair, L. Stollenwcrcl , M. Hudson, M. Harper, K. Hodge, R. Trowbridge, A. Markel, M. Harry, B. Hochenedel, B. Cannpbell. Middle Row: E. Renaud, M. Wakeman, M. Strahan, E. Field, F. Watson, S, Yonklewitz. Back Row: M. Glenn, M. Marion, D. Thistlethwaite, M. Hochenedel, P. Stites. [28] First Row: A. Armstrong, R. Stall, M. Strahan, S. Strauven. Betty Beyer. Second Row: L. Nelson, T. Hofstra, Y. Anderson, M. Cuquet. Third Row: M. Kelly. S. Garrot. N. Kidd. E. Treleaven. i: w c 1 I CABINET MEMBERS V y . V ■ ' . J. ±. Lillian Alexander Anne Armstrong Shirley Garrot _ Yvonne Anderson Mary Cahal La Reine Gladden Mary Louise Cuquet FACULTY ADVISERS To unite in the desire to rea ize a tull and creative life through a grov ing f-rances Bush Mrs. Fred Hard Dorothy Seago knowledge of God. Mildred Christian Elizabeth Malone Florence Smith Lydia Frotcher Anna Many Mary Tenney Mrs. Wm. Haller Valerie Powell MEMBERS Geraldlne Wallace OFFICERS Betty Jane Alexander Betty Finnegan Elsie Nelson Lillian Alexander Dorothy Follett Frances Oden Yvonne Anderson Anne Friedrichs Mary Palmlsano Anne Armstrong Grace Gallaher Doris Porrler MARY SUE STRAHAN Charlotte Ashley Shirley Garrot Helen Pool President Betty Battaile Marjorie Geier Merle Rayne Betty Beyer La Reine Gladden Marjorie Rotharmel June Beyer Mary Haney Althea Sampson Joan Brooks Eve Heineman Josephine Sferruza FRANCES WATSON Mary Cahal Margarita Hofstra Donna Jean Spence Vice-President Hope Cheney Tatiana Hofstra Ruth Stall Jane Cleveland Mary Horn Yvonne Stohiman Edwina Cuney Rose Mary Hubbard Mary Sue Strahan Mary Louise Cuquet Marjorie Karstendick Shirley Strauven SHIRLEY STRAUVEN Alice Daly Mary Catherine Kelly Elizabeth Treleaven Rosejay Danna Nita Kidd Shirley Van Lue Secretary Elaine Dicks Ethelyn Lenfant Katherlne Veriander Shirley Dunlap Shirley Liddell Marie Louise Wakeman Dorothy Dyke Mary Esther McGlathery Frances Watson Phyllis Eckert Nettye Menednez Margaret Weldon BETTY BEYER Betty Fagan La Verne Morris Grace WItsel Treasurer Elsie Field Rita Mae Muller Louise Nelson Janet Worrell [29] Campus Night Goes to L. S. U. ASSOCIATION Cabinet Members Throughout the many years of association with the men of Tulane University, the Young Men ' s Christian Association has drawn a straight line from student life on the Campus and the highest ideals of living. Its members have followed closely along - T- - t : J( . ' . ■zi Easter Sunrise Service have joined regularly into the scheduled activities designed to create better feeling among faculty, students, and the general public. Not a single student graduates from Tulane without feeling at some time or another the surging influence of the " Y. " Non-sectarian, the " Y " invites into its member- ship all students who are genuinely interested in the ethics and spiritual truth of the Christian Faith as evidenced in practical daily living and social responsibility. The spirit of the University is. ever reflected in the high mental, physical, and moral code that has made of the Tulane " Y " one of the outstanding groups throughout the country. A " Y " man steps out into the world with better preparation to meet the problems of life because of his background in morality, industry and high personal ambition. Junior Prom EXECUTIVE CABINET GEORGE H. THOMPSON President PETER L. BERNARD Vice-President VANCE GEIER Secretary FAURIE FERCHAUD Treasurer VERBON F. GAY General Secretary CABINET Curtis Caine Kent McWilliams Richard Lipscomb Harold Pique Callxto Garcia Robert Polchow Ben Petty FRESHMAN Y. M. C. A. Officers A. W. HEFFNER President WILLIAM PAHON Vice-President JOHN ALLEE Secretary P. M. FERGUSON Treasurer SOPHOMORE Y. M. C. A. Officers KENT McWILLlAMS President EDWARD BALDINGER . ■ Vice-President DAN • VERGES Secretary JOHN ROBERTS Treasurer JUNIOR Y. M. C. A. Officers HAROLD PIQUE President HUNTER MAY Vice-President FRANCIS BARNARD Secretary MORTON JENNINGS Treasurer standing: John B. McDaniel, Jr., Frank S. Cannon, Harold Meade, Mrs. G. Eldridge Gillis, Jr., Bernard D. Mintz, David W. Godat, Mr. T. Hale Bcggs. Seated: Leonard E. Gessner, Colonel Edward S. Bres, Alva P. Frith, Richard O. Baumbach, Walter M. Barnett, Jr! Absent from the picture: Dr. Conrad G. Collins. Douglass V. Freret, Dr. James M. Mason. Alv M N I A S S O C f ATI O N The purpose of the Tulane Alumni Association is to stlnn- ulate the interest of the thousands of alumni through the land, keeping them informed on university affairs and ac- quainting them with the activities of their former school- mates. The association has grown into an active and pow- erful national organization. Membership in the association Is open to all graduates and former students of the University and is granted upon application alone as dues were abolished in 1940. All loyal Tulanlans are urged to become members of the Associa- tion. The Tulane Alumni Association has gradually developed into a serious, mature alumni body with active groups in every part of the nation. [32] T. HALE BOGGS Director of Alumni Relations (On leave of absence) EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ALVA P. FRITH, ' 07 President COL EDWARD S. BRES, ' 10 Vice-President DR. JAMES M. MASON. ' 99 Vice-President FRANK S, CANNON, ' 07 Vice-President LEONARD E. GESSNER, ' 21 Secretary RICHARD O. BAUMBACH, ' 29 Treasurer T. HALE BOGGS, ' 35 ... , Director of Alumni Relations School of Medicine: Dr. James M. Mason. ' 99; Dr. John G. Menville, ' 30; Dr. Conrad G. Collins. ' 26. College of Law: C. Girard Davidson, ' 33; Lester J. Lauten- schlaeger, ' 25; Bernard D. Mintz, ' 35. College of Arts and Sciences: E. Earl Sparling, ' 21; Ladd A. Dinkins, ' 28; A. Watson Chapman, ' 27. College of Engineering: William Monroe White, ' 99; W. James Amoss, ' 23; Douglass V. Freret, ' 25. H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College: Mrs. Donald C. Barton, ' 14; Mrs. Harry M. Butler, ' 19; Mrs. G. Eldridge Giilis, Jr., ' 24. Graduate School: T. Marshall Hurt, Jr.. ' 31; Benjamin W. Yancey, ' 28; David W. Godat, ' 17. College of Commerce and Business Administration: Doug- las E. O ' Kelley, " 24; E. Claggett Upton, Jr., ' 32; John Byrd McDaniel, Jr., ' 35. Representatives at Large: William L. Duren, ' 28; Harold E. Meade, ' 23; Joseph McCloskey, Jr., ' 34; Ernest C. Villere, ' 24. Dr. Harris meets with the alumni of California f 1 1 H 1 ALUMNI ASSOCIATION KENDALL H. CRAM Acting Director of Alumni Relations ALICE MONTGOMERY Secretary to the Director of Alumni Relat ' or f.t • •! r ... i ARCHIE BOGGS Editor-In-Chief STEWART J. KEPPER Business Manager " The Tulane Hullabaloo " is the official weekly publication of the student body of Tulane University. The " Hullabaloo " is edited and financed entirely by students, under the direc- tion of an editor and a business manager appointed yearly by a Publications Board. Probably the greatest achievement of the 36th adminis- tration of the " Hullabaloo " was the delivering of the knock- out blow to the idea of a semi-weekly, with the purpose of creating another weekly publication. For many years editors and business managers have discussed the desirability of more frequent news publication on the campus, with the desire of having the " Hullabaloo " appear twice weekly. Their noteworthy suggestions were about to be put into effect through the efforts of a special committee of the Publications Board, when it was learned that Federal Postal Regulations would make a semi-weekly financially impractical. However, a dissappointed but determined committee, abruptly changed their plans to consideration of two weekly papers, retaining the " Hullabaloo " as one of the issues. Plans and investigation were made for changing the present large size paper into a smaller magazine format. A final decision has not been made as the " Jambalaya " went to press. Some of the major changes and achievements of the " Hullabaloo " this session are listed. We used more pictures than have ever been used in any previous issue of the weekly; a new type was adopted with a more " radical " eye- catching make-up; less play went to the faculty, more to student and student organization; a burlesque issue was published after a lapse of one year. Our Christmas fund exceeded its quota. New offices for the " Hullabaloo " were established in the Student Center and a plaque with the editor ' s name was hung. The first formal " Hullabaloo " ban- quet was held, with the graduate manager of student activi- ties, Kendall Cram, and high student officials present. Much credit for all that the " Hullabaloo " was, or might have been, rests of necessity with the business staff, which proved a major portion of the paper ' s income. Our appre- ciation is also expressed to the students of the department of journalism for valuable assistance rendered in providing proper coverage in the field of campus news and features. Tula Staff HVLLABALOO EDITORIAL STAFF ARCHIE BOGSS Editor-in-Chief WALTER THOMPSON Associate Editor THEODORE THOMPSON Associate Editor ARDATH MARKEL Newcomb Editor MARY VENTURELLA Assistant Newcomb Editor JULIAN P. FRERET Sports Editor JACK McMillan Associate Sports Editor HEBER DARTON Assistant Sports Editor THEO MIDDLETON Assistant Sports Editor W. C. MENSE Reporter HARVEY JOHNSTON Medical Editor MIMI HARRY Society Editor HARRY SHEPARD Feature Editor WILLIAM B. MONROE, JR Feature Editor ARTHUR DAVIS Cartoonist BUSINESS STAFF STEWART J. KEPPER Business Manager WARREN L. STERN ■ . . Assistant Business Manager JOHN J. BAEHR Circulation Manager CHARLES MAGINNIS Assistant Circulation Manager HERMAN LOEB Salesman NICK CARIDAS Salesman SHIRLEY SCHOENDORF Saleslady RAY FERINE Salesman GEORGE RIVIERE Salesman JIM OVIATT Salesman WALTER AND THEODORE THOMPSON Associate Editors Newcomb Staff ARDATH MARKEL, Newcomb Editor EDITORIAL STAFF PAT F. BASS yrditor-in-Chief WILLIAM H. WALLACE Assoclate Editor JERRY FORTSON . . . Assistant Editor O. M. GWIN . . Staff Photographer JACK McMillan £ Sports Editor ROBERT PARKER 1. Feature Editor J. B. WHITE i Assista. CAREY ELLIS . . JOHN FANZ , r. . A: N» ' CO BARBARA CAMPBELL . ._J E »or EDITH SMITH . . .W. g Assistant Editor MOONYEEN MARION . Campus Jbitor JULIA HERZFELD . . M. Campujiditor MARJORIE KILLEEN . Camp Editor ALICE SCHOENHARW Camp ' Edito JANE SEIDENBACH ' Campus Editor CALISTA RAULT Campus Editor PHYLLIS WATSON Campus Editor CAROL LEWIS Campus Editor SYLVIA CHARBONNET Campus Editor AILLEEN CASSEGRAIN Campus Editor DORIS BILLINGSLEY Campus Editor JANE SHERMAN Campus Editor BUSINESS STAFF MILTON WILLIAMS Business Manager EARL BARTLETT Assistant JAMES BER , Assistant PETER BERNARD Assistant J. W. BRYAN, JR Assistant EVERETT EAVES Assistant GORDON EWIN Assistant MILTON LATTER Assistant SAM MOODY Assistant JAY WEIL Assistant NEWCOMB MIMI HARRY Business Manager JANE SANDOZ Assistant Business Manager YVONNE ANDERSON Assistant CONNIE CLAVERIE Assistant ALICE DAYRIES Assistant MARY LOUISE WAKEMAN Assistant JERRY FORTSON Assistant Editor TH[ JAMBALAYA PAT F. BASS Editor-in-Chief The Jambalaya Staff at Work U.S.NovyR.O.T.C Tl BATTALION STAFF Battalion Commander, Lt. Commander A. L. Plauctie; Battalion Sub-Commander, Lt. T. B. Denegre, Jr.; Battalion Adiutant and Signal Officer, Lt. (jg) Conrad Meyer, III; Battalion Chief Petty Officer, B. A. Gretian. FIRST COMPANY Company Commander, Lt. C. A. Miranne, III; Company 1st P. O., F. A. Skellie, Jr.; Company Guidon Bearer, R. W. Schupp. FIRbi PLATOON: Platoon Commander, Lt. (ig) V. M. Wheeler, Jr.; Platoon 2nd P. O., J. W. Davis; Platoon Right Guide 3rd P. C, J. C. Vanzant. First Squad: W. C. Purdum, Squad P. C; H. C. McAfee; G. H. Geissert, Jr., A. Lill, G. W. Reese, A. C. Apffel, J. G. Mollere, W. C. Owen, Jr., F. A. Wendt, Jr., D. D. Davis. J. R. Perez, Jr. Second Squad: W. S. Goldman, Squad P. O.; E. J. Demerest, J. S. McGee, H. B. Chalstrom, J. T. Brignac, T. C. Wicker, Jr., L. E. Ramos F. H. Roark, Jr.. P. E. Dolhonde, Jr. Third Squad: T. C. Hall, Squad P. O.; C. B. Hogan, W. S. Adams; W. W. McPhillips, W. E. St. Clair. J. H. Kostmayer, M. J. Bien- venu, Jr., M. J. Tuohy, H. E. Darton. SECOND PLATOON: Platoon Commander, Ensign L. J. Reuter; Platoon 2nd P. O., J. Peterson; Platoon Right Guide 3rd P. O.. G. B. Riviere. First Squad: P. A. McLeod, Jr., Squad P. O.; C. S. Witcher. T. H. Harvey, Jr., N. J. Attenhofer, G. O. Ewin, D. M. Kleck, A. B. Bush, Jr.. T. O. Wakeman, R. L. Chipley, Jr., W. F. Minor, C. J Bloom, Jr. Second Squad: S. F. Perrin, Squad P. O.; C. O. Donnaud, III; M. E. Matthew, Jr.; C. E. Merrill, Jr.; E. C. Guillot. R. L. Schwarz, M. M. Ohmer, J. A. Fitzgerald, L. I. Bass, Jr., S. W. Ryniker, J. F. Fagan, Jr. Third Squad: H. G. O ' Conor, Squad P. O.; P. M. Duvic, O. B. Green, C. E. Felder, J. K. Simpson, R. A. Heehs, R. L. Turchin, C. O. Perez, F. M. Pennebaker, W. W. Thimmesch. SECOND COMPANY Company Commander. Lt. J. A. Evans; Company P. O. 1st P. C, W. S. Howson; Company Guidon Bearer 3rd P. O.. G. E. Burgess, Jr. FIRST PLATOON: Platoon Commander, Lt. (jg) R. C. Fitzgerald; Platoon P. O. 2nd P. O., O. C. Dufour; Right Guide 3rd P. C, St. M. J. Flotte. First Squad: F. E. Ferchaud, Squad P. C; C. W. Frank, Jr., R. L. Willard, B. W. Dart, Jr., M. S. Peters, A. B. Gordon, R. E. Orpys, C. J. Ellis, Jr., O. J. McMillan, Jr., L. L. Dillon. Second Squad: C. P. Willis, Squad P. O.; H. K. Murray, A. C. Suhren, Jr.. P. O. H. Piqman, A. G. Gottschall. L. W. McFaul, Jr., R. t. LeBlanc, III, C. J. Nyman, Jr., J. E. Pritchard, L. M. King, Jr., J. L. McCarthy. Third Squad: J. F. Latham, Squad P. C; W. D. Maginnis, R. R. Bond, R. W. Batty, J. Trautman. E. S. Gaiennie, R. G. Andry, W. G. Anderson, W. J. Nolan, N. C. Cromwell. SECOND PLATOON: Platoon Commander, Ensign B. Baird; Platoon 2nd P. C, W. P. Boulet; Right Guide 3rd P. 0.. E. D. Moseley. First Squad: E. P. Johnson, Jr., Squad P. O.; F. H. Schmidt, T. N. Bernard, M. R. Stouse, R. C. Smith, A. H. Bubb, C. Hale, O. V. LeBlanc, E. H. Sanford, W. E. Douglas, Jr. Second Squad: M. M. Alexander, Squad P. C; E. M. Haley, G. Denegre. J. F. Faraway, J. W. Allee, F. J. Corales, W. A. Klein, Jr., G. E. Kidd, Jr., R. P. Cromwell. B. D ' Antoni, Jr. Third Squad: R. R. Ferine. Squad P. C; H. H. Bate, Jr., D. J. Downey, G. P. Prassinos, C. E. Steidtmann, Jr., W. E. S. Hansen, W. Barna, W. E. Daniel, S. W. Labarre, Jr., A. O. Stancliff, Jr. THIRD COMPANY Company Commander, R. M. Cole; Company First Petty Officer, D. E. Crais; Company Guidon Bearer. J. M. Jennings. First Platoon: Platoon Commander, G. F. Bastian; Platoon P. O., F S. Frederickson; Platoon Right Guide, A. B. McCoard. Jr. First Squad: J. G. Pratt, Jr., Squad P. C; C. F. Maginnis J. A. Partridge, Jr., M. Wellford, W. A. Heausler, A. M. Levy, T. B. Parkerson, Jr., E. M. Woodward, T. J. Garbark, M. M. Coate, L. L. Lacher, jr. Second Squad: J. J. Desmond, Squad P. C; R. L. Parker, Jr., H. J. McCampbell, Jr., H. R. Fletcher, C. A. Anderson, Jr., W. L. McLane, C. A. Burleson, Jr., E. B. Phillips, H. P. Pursell Jr., B. J. Perkowski. J. T. Roberts. Third Squad: H. Earl, Squad P. C; D. Bernhardt Jr., P. C. Pott- harst, W. J. Murray. H. C. Daubert, Jr., A. T. Maund K. H. Kahao, W. D. Lutes, A. D. Caire, J. D. Marshall. SECOND PLATOON: Platoon Commander, W. D. Shepard Platoon P. O., H. C. Sabrio, Platoon Right Guide, F. R. Bernard. First Squad: S. K. Mason, Jr., Squad P. O.; E. A. Adey III R. T. Cucullu, M. H. Bagot, L. L. Zerlnger, C. G. Reuther. E. P. Miller, J. D. Connell, O. D. Schumann. D. P. Levy. Second Squad: L. L. Robein. Jr., Squad P. C; J. M. Smith- C. J. Grayson, W. C. Murphy. C. B. Campbell. Jr., A. R. Fontenot R. B. Logan, T. f. Reboul, N. E. Rafferty, P. M. Bunn. Third Squad: R. J. Grush, Squad P. O.; J. R. Lamantia D. P Strong, H. J. Bryer, Jr.. H. J. Fitzpatrick, D. F. Boyd, Jr., ' S. W. Provensal, Jr.. W. L. Mossy, Jr., P. J. Lauman, D. W. Beatty ' . COLOR GUARD H. J. McCampbell, 1st P. O.. National Color Bearer- G. H. Doswell, 2nd P. O., Battalion Color Bearer; N. C. Cromwell. 4th P. O., Color Guard; C. F. Maginnis, ■tth P. O., Color Guard. STUDENT BATTALION OFFICERS Sub-Commander T. B. Denegre, Jr., Conrimander A. L. Plauche, Adjutant Conrad Meyer, III, Chief Petty Officer B. A. Srehan. Standing: Lieutenant Wintle, Lieutenant-Commander C. W. Hammill (Ret.), Commander J. M. Lewis, Lieutenant-Commander McCormIck, Lieutenant Wright. Kneeling; Chief Gunner ' s Mate T. B. Bernhardt, Chief Yeoman W. A. Wood, Chief Yeoman S. B. Webb, Chief Quartermaster T. A. Farrell. f f f ifeP .Ms Tu lane This organization numbering eighty players, appears at all footba gannes, marching in formations at the half and providing music in the stands during the game. Special arrangements of popular tunes, old and new, peppy marches, and Tulane songs played in the stands, do much to fill in the " time-outs " and to provide a musical background for each game. BILL GIBSON, Drum Major TULANE MARCHING BAND Banc « « J. J. MORRISSEY, Director BILL GIBSON Manager MILTON HILBERT. JR Acsistant Manager ROBERT COSGROVE Assistant Manager DONALD MOSELEY ... Librarian CHARLES FISCHER .... Assistant Librarian PETER PELLEGRINI Properties ELLIS LEVIN Publicity MEMBERS John Alle, Cedric Almond, Herman Anderson, Ted Bloch, Arthur Bohnfalk, Arthur Bush. Hugh Burbank, Edmond Cassou, James Connel, Robert Cosgrove, James A. Davis, Charles Debaillion, Jr.. Buddy Doug- las, Isidore Dravin, Wilton Duckworth, Mac Davidson. Billy Eddins, William Fellman, Charles Fischer, St. Marc Flotte, Louis Frantz, Jr., Maurice Gelpl. Bill Gibson, Harold Glick, Francis Harris, Albert Heffner, S. K. Heninger, Stanford Herron, Eugene Hesdorfer, Milton Hilbert, Jr.. Joe Hirsch, Richard Hodes, Eugene Huppenbauer, Roy Johnson, Gary Kidd. Peter Lauman, Wendell Leibe, Ellis Levin, Allen Lill. Stephen Longo, Mac Mallory. Joseph Marchese, John Marshall, How- ard Marx, Alfred Maund, Ralph Merriman, Jack Meyer, Julian Miester, William Monroe, Don Moseley, John Muhleisen, L. T. Ozio, Peter Parkerson, Vincent Paciera, Peter Pelligrini, Michael Power. Howard Prue, Rob- ert Rhoades, Phil Ricks. William Rosenthal, Sidney Rosenthal. John Roupe, Albert Saputo. George Schroeder. Santos Shields, William Singlist, Milton Sin- gleton, Robert Swayne, Theodore Solomon, J. Lloyd Stephens, Lawrence Tabor, Sam Threefoot, Earl Whig- ham. Harold Zeringer. Color Guard: George Laborde, Carrol Sistrunk. Flag Bearers: Addley Gladden, A. H. Levy. T II LANE CONCERT RANI) Numbering sixfy players, this organization draws its personnel from the eighty-piece Marching Band. It is the primary purpose of this organization to present to its audiences, programs of the highest musical standards. In addition to its Annual Spring Con- cert, the Band has given several concerts off the campus. TULAHE SYMPNONy ODCHESTDA J. J. MORRISSEY Director TOM HARLLEE Concertmas+er JOHN J. MORRISSEY, Director Tom Harllee Dorothy Haas First Violins Lucille M. Kolnitz Mose Ellis Mildred Valentine Dr. Frederick Hard Lawson Jenkins Peter Schmidt Second Violins Frances Griffin Grace McCormick George Raymond, Jr Louise Semel Dr. Marten ten Hoor Victor Bruno Violas Herbert Fuchs Dr. William Penfound Beulah Cellos Sterbcow Dorothy Phillips Bass Myrtle Swayne Wortle y Batty Flufes Jane 1 owman Oboe Joseph Allesandra Francis Harris, Jr. Clarinets Thelma Hemard Stanford Herron Arthur BohmfaU Bassoons Ralph M asters Wendell Leibe Horns Stephen Longo Albert Saputo J. Lloyd Stephens Trumpets Joseph Marchese Jack Meyer Milton Hilbert, Jr. Trombones George Schroeder Charles Fischer Milton Singleton Harry Wagenhe Percussions m James Connel It IS the primary purpose of this organization to provide musical enjoyment through participation to those members of the University who play an orchestral instrument. It is our further purpose to develop a notable organization which will present to our audiences programs of the highest musical standard. Among other activities the Orchestra gives at least two concerts per year; one in collaboration with the Tulane-Newcomb Choral groups, the other being the Orchestra ' s own Annual Spring Concert. [42] N [ W ( M B ' S MAYNARD KLEIN Director MYRTLE G. SWAYNE Vice-President ANNETTE LISITZKY Librarian MAYNARD KLEIN Director RUTH WATTS FRANCES GRIFFIN JUNE ROSE ROEPE ANNABELLE GALLE SHELBY WERLEIN VERNA MAE MEYER JANE BOWMAN YOLANDA RODRIGUEZ RUTH ROSEN JANE McNIVEN BETTY COATE NELLIE MAE GUNN BEULAH STERBCOW EDITH TROTTER KATHRYN GOULD MARGARET WATKINS VIRGINIA BROWNSON ROSEMARY FERLISI SARA VIRGINIA JONES SUSAN GREER Seated: L. Alexander, L. Byrne, E. Field, J. Ginsberg, K. Brash, M. Hopkins. Standing: B. Sterbcow, M. Venturella, C. Gould, M. Durham, N. Robert. C. Rault. Organized to Foster Interest In Public Speaking FACULTY ADVISERS WILLIAM HALLER, JR. ANNA E. MANY EDWARD STONE OFFICERS ELSIE FIELD President JANICE GINSBERG Chairman of Debate MARIE-LOUISE WAKEMAN Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS LILLIAN ALEXANDER HENRIETTE KOHN LUBA BERSATSKY ELIRA MORALES KAY BRASH Bblir NORVAL LUCY BYRNE MARION PEYTRAL ELSIE FIELD BARBARA RAINEY JANICE GINSBERG CALISTA RAULT EVE HEINEMAN JULIA REID ELINOR HENE NADINE ROBBERT MARION HOPKINS HILDA SCHNEIDER DOROTHY TOLMAS MARIE L. WAKEMAN SHIRLEY WEIL SHELBY WERLEIN MARGARET A. WILLIAMS [44] mW [ NIXON DEBATING (LUB OFFICERS WILLIAM B. WAIT Chairman PHIL TRICE Secretary MEMBERS JOHN ANTHONY FRANK MORTON PHIL TRICE HAROLD MARKS LLOYD NEWLIN WILLIAM WAIT WILLIAM MONROE WILFORD SMITH WILLIAM TETE PERRY WILLIS Purpose: Fosters all debating af Tulane, inter- and intfa-collegiate; and encourages oratory. Sponsors Freshman debating. TULANE OHTONCAL AND DEBATIN(i COUNCIL First Row: W. Wait, F. Morton, J. Anthony, P. Trice, W. Monroe. Second Row: W. Smith, H. Marks, P. Willis, W. Tete. ulaH 9 4 ie natlMuU (lelcUiMiA. QUiM- Purpose: To encourage the study of International affairs OFFICERS THOMAS STUART BLOODWORTH, JR President HAROLD MARX Vice-President GEORGE PEABODY MARX, III Secretary JOHN W. ANTHONY Treasurer ALBERT L. HYMAN Librarian MEMBERS Jack Ashley Gold Alvin G. Gottschall Richard S. Hodes Albert L. Hyman Edward S. Hyman Allen B. Koltun Thomas S. Bloodworth. Jr. Walter E. Levy, Jr. William Burler Brown George P. Marks. Ill Theodore W.Thompson Nichitas N. Caridas Harold Marx, Jr. Walter C. Thompson Charles Cipolla Daniel S. Mayer Harold Zeringer, Jr. F. J. Dastugue. Jr. John F. Meyer Lawrence L. Zeringer William B Monroe, Jr. Eva E. Ackerman Emile B. Ader John W. Anthony Thomas B. Baffes Michael H. Bagot Emile A. Bertucci, Jr Lester J. Reed Donald A. Ringe Basile J. Rusovich, Jr. Charles S. Schwartz Jr. Emile S. Sherrard Fred A. Skellie, Jr. James W. Spencer, Jr. First Row: E. Ackerman, E. Ader, J. Anthony, T. Baffes, E. Bertucci, T. Bloodworth, W. Brown, F. Dastugue. Second Row: J. Gold, A. Hyman, A. Koltum, W. Levy, G. Marks, H. Marx, J. Meyer, W. Monroe. Third Row: D. Ringe, B. Rusovich, C. Schwartz, F. Skellie, J. Spencer, W. Thompson, H. Zeringer, L. Zeringer. [46] 01 Purpose; To promote interest In International affairs OFFICERS SYLVIA YONKELOWITZ President COLINDA McKENZIE Vice-President RUTH ALBRECHT Secretary JANICE GINSBERG .Treasurer Shown Above: First Row: S. Yonklewifi, R. Albrecht, J. Reed, R. Feldman, D. Tolmas. Second Row: A. Schoen- hardt, N. Rosenson, F. Lurie, F. Galloway, K. Simmons, M. Lotruglio. Third Row: C. McKenzie, H. Heidler, G. Housman, B. Sterbcow, E. Field, R. Goldman. H E W ( M B Ruth Albrecht Ru+h Barrow Ruth Feldman Elsie Field Jeanne FInlce Frances Galloway MEMBERS Janice Ginsberg Gal! Hausmann Harriet Heidler Elinor Hene Marlon Hopkins Anne Keeny Fluerette Lurie Collnda McKenzie Hilda Rose Schneider Alice Schoenhardt Katherine Simmons Sylvia Yon Ice low itz [47] THE reen To promote school spirit — bonfires, parades, etc. OFFICERS A. C. MARTIN. JR. . President ELSA HOEHN . . EXECUTIVE BOARD . . Secretary-Treasurer Hunter Collins Carey Ellis James LeLaurin Leon Trice MEMBERS Kappv Anderson Barbara Harrison Jinx Peterson Betty Bethea Arthur Herold Eads Poiteverit Claude Buerger Rene Himel Lane Plauche Henry Bultman Marie Hodge Jack Pollock Mary Cahal Elsa Hoehn Randy Roane Hunter Collins Brucie Jones Wirt Rogers Ethelyn Cousin Vernon Kroel Ralph Rugan Ramsey Crebbin George Laborde Marx Sackman Gelon Doswell James Lamantia Clarke Salmon Eddie Ecuyer James LeLaurin Elizabeth Schmidt Carey Ellis Robert Leonard Elizabeth Seaver Charles Ennling Gordon Lipscomb Evelyn Senter Helen Ferrandau A. C. Martin, Jr. Warren Stern Quin Gautler Jack McMillain Sybil Stevens Addley Gladden Betty Monrose Albert Terkuhle Joe Goldberg A. J. Nugon Leon Trice Walter Gulley Bobby Oliver Jay Weil Tom Hall Frank Pennybaker Harold Zeringer GFS AND THE ' 2i»IIM ill«|i| . ' tX ' . ' " .- — ' :z , s Hi ;t TURKS . MEMBERS Newcomb Lillian Alexander Kate Hodge Nadine Robbert Mary Lloyd Andrews Mary Jane tHulson Elsa Schwartz Betty Bethea Nita Kidd Pat Stites Cecile Dresner Emily Locascio Jean Terzia Dorothy Ecjyer Carolyn Loeb Louise Trimble Mary Ann Follette Moonyeen Marion Routh Trowbridge Frances Galloway Betty Monrose Mary-Louise Wakeman Janice Ginsberg Louise Nelson Carolyn Robbert Tulane Margaret Ann Williams Bruce Baird Alvin S. Flettrich Pancho del Marmol Louis T. Bass Douglas Gulley Stewart Maunsell Walter Binnings Don Higglns Ed Munson Oliver L Clark Milton Hilbert Leiand Montgomery William Coats, Jr. Merwin Jamieson Claude Oakland Robert M. Cole Howard Kuntz Jack Perez Arthur Davis George M. Leake John Roberts Charles Donnaud William Leak© Jack Robinson Jules Dreyfuss Herman Loeb Jach Schneider Walter Dueease Stewart Long Fred Schuber Jannes Ewin Lee Lottlnger Walter Shepherd Charles Farrell Lee Vanderpool Purpose: To promote School Spirit OFFICERS JAMES EWIN President ARTHUR DAVIS Vice-President LOUISE TRIMBLE Secretary-Treasurer LOUISE NELSON Newcomb Chairman C49] J e4AXOCf-4nL Qlee Qlua First Soprano Florence Benson Frances Blackmar Joel Bond Anne Bondy Margaret Boston Virginia Brownson Sonia Bunge Bettie Burns Lucy Byrne Elise Cambon Sylvia Charbonnet Betty Clark Connie Cleverle Cora Cousin Alice Daly Shirley Dunlap Dorothy Ecuyer Anne Frledrlcks Grace Gallagher Eleanor Gates Kathryn Gould MEMBERS Betty Grant Nellie Mae Gunn Mary Haney Isabelle Holland Margaret Joachim Westley Kaiser Alice Kaufer Constance Key Alice Klnabrew Elsie Fay Laubengayer Dona Jane Ledgerwood Betty Lemarle Lorraine Lennox Marjorie Lewis Harriet Line Annette Lisitzky Carolyn Long Ina Claire Madden Marie Marquer Joy Mayer Rose Mary Mayes La Verne Morris Aleene Mueller OFFICERS NELLIE MAE GUNN ..President CHERRIE SMITH Vice-President ANNABELLE GALLE Secretary MAYNARD J. KLEIN Direcfor Grace Murphy Betty Norval Alice O ' Keefe Hazel Oliver Irene Pfaff Courtney Proffitt Calista Rault Rose Marie Robin Anna Marie Roy Dorothy St. Raymond Katherlne Saunders Adele Schneider Lala Schnell Josephine Sferruzza Claire Shannon Jeanette Sllverberg Mildred Simmons Janet Simon Cherrie Smith Margaret Sporborg Marie Louise Sterling Myrtle Swayne Norlnne Vincent Lucille Yonder Haar Hilda Morey Voss Phillls Watson Betty Watters Ruth Watts Shirley WIederecnt Dorothy Zehal Mary Ann Zerrilli Second Soprano Anne Armstrong Ruth Bannister Betty Beyer June Beyer Julienne Bingamin Jean Banner Martha Bradford Culleen Cassegram Grace Charbonnet Hope Cheney Ida Chung Betty Coate Frances Connely Marie Louise Cuquet Patricia Dillon Hazel Doell Nyada Due Lillian Durand Dorothy Dyke Betty Finnegan Marie FItzsimmons Patricia Anne Flem.ing Carol Fraser Dixie Friedrlcks Annabelle Galle Ruth Gottesman Carolyn Graham Connie Granger Susan Green Christine Gresham Doris Gros Ruth Grossman Alona Hammett Jane Harris Violet Hell Eve Heinemann Mary Hercus Lucinda HIM Mabel Hochenedel Tatiana Hofstra Rosemary Hubbard Linda Hudson Charleen Hutson Marye Hodge Mary Hom Dorothy Hyatt Janet Jones Elmlre LeBlanc Ethelyn Lenfant Mary Esther McGlfithery Jane McNIven Nettye Menendez Martha Rainey Metur Verna Mae Meyer Janet Neuhauser Mary Palmlsano Elleanora Perrlttiat Genie Porter Barbara Rainey Ruth Rosen Marlory Rotharmel Jane Trole Katherine Verlander Mary Lucy Wands Sylvia Weill Shelby Werlein May Wong Yvonne Woodwacd Rita Worms Grace Yeager Toni Young First Alto Betty Alexander Capple Anderson Charlotte Ashley Doris Billlngsley Joan Brooks Catherine Brookshire Mary Cahal Cappy Clark Jane Cleveland Hontensia del Marmol Jean Dresner Marian Dureau Betty Durland Lydia Eaves Glynn Ellis Louise Ellison Peggie Gray Lucille Faust Ruth Feldman Rosemary Ferllsl Carolyn Follett Leia Fournet Lois Friedman Jane Friedrlcks Erwin Gant Francis Griffin Virginia Hedges Shirley Neumann Charlotte Hillyer Jean Hirsch Babsy LeBlanc MyrI Lenfant Jerry Leddill Connie McChesney Elizabeth McGehee Verlyn Murphy Frances Oden Mary Jo Phlpps ■ Merle Rayner Yolanda Rodriguez June Rose Roepe Dorothy Schneider Lois Schroeder Elsa Schwartz Natalie Scott Elizabeth Shoaf Rosalie Vaccaro Dolores Watts Shirley Weil " Second Alto Katheryn Balmer Luba Bersodsky Emay Buchanan Jerry Cole Mary Cutting Betty Fagen Rosemary Muller Mary Louise Nichols Shirley Pic Colleen Spiller Mary Snyder Agnes Betty Strachan Dorothy Turnbull Lucy White yV cyr l c i Robert Alker Herman Anderson Norman Aronson Herbert Barton William Bauman Coleman Beranger Tom Bernard Arthur Bohmfalk Phillip Bohne Travis Boykin Edmund Buras Charles Burleson Myron Burnstein Robert Cahal James Caire J. D. Calhoun Sunny Campbell Gen© Carp Horace Chalstrom Emanuel Choper Edward Comer Sam Corinsuret Elgin Cowart Timothy Crain N. C. Cromwell Roy Cucullu George Cunningham Lawrence D ' AntonI Charles Darnall Max Derbes Walter Doell John Donnaud Hermar; Duncan Carey Ellis Phil Fischer Warren Garfunkel W. Scott Goldman Edward Gratf Claude Groves A. S. Gwin Tom Harllee Herbert Hirsch Milton Holland Tom Holmes John Homes Rodney Jung Myron Kass Norman Kauffman R. S. Kimball John King Alan B. Koltun Bernard Krobert George Laborde Robert Landry George Leake Richard Lee James Lees Richard Lipscomb Melvin Mandel Louis McFaul Pall McGill Warren McPhillips William Patton Frederick Peak Louis Prieto James Quin Howard Quittner Roger Reeves Robert Rhoades N. W. Richardson Jack Sail Albert Schmidt Charles Singerman Bernard Soloman Dale Stancliff Delbert Strong Barry Stubbs James Spencer James Schwartz Gibson Tucker Malcolm Vandewater Walter VIvret Frank Voelker J. M. Ward David Warriner Luclen Wallace Sidney Weiss Ralph Wenzel Jim Wilbalne Robert Wlllard G. F. Williamson R. C. White Andre Wogan Leonard ZInker OFFICERS RICHARD LIPSCOMB President CAREY ELLIS Vice-President CHARLES BURLESON Librarian CHARLES DARNALL Co-Librarian MAYNARD KLEIN Director SCENE FROM " LILIOM " T u ane Theatre Our aims are to do our utmost to lend significance to the term " Arts " in the phrase " College of Arts and Sciences " ; to present the best drama of which vve are capable, in order to educate our students in the skills and arts of the Theatre, and to provide our audiences with a good theatre. Last year the Theatre ended its sea- son with an excellent production of the comedy " Boy Meets Girl. " " Criminal at Large, " a melodrama, was played to capacity audiences and thus started the most successful season of this group. For the pro- duction of " Barkeley Square, " the second show of the season, there was " standing room only " at both productions and this drama was so well received that there vvill be a three-night production of the next and final show. This last show will be the very recent Broadway suc- cess, " Male Animal, " and is at this writing being rehearsed for produc- tion in May. Dr. Monroe LIppman has accomplished the impossible in his four years with the Theatre and has woven a closely-knit organization which is now recognized by the en- tire South. SCENE FROM " BOY MEETS GIRL " UNIVERSITY THEATRE MEMBERS SCENE FROM " CRIMINAL AT LARGE " DR. MONROE LIPPMAN Director v «isoa»»3iiife ? Executive Committee C COTIiLIOra CLU Cotillion Club Members at Homecoming Dance [54] ' » TZ 3» y V Watching Jimmie Richards af Homec oming Uance ( MCVMi CVi? BRUCE BAIRD HERMAN LOEB PETER BERNARD CAROLYN LOEB Bblir BETHEA LEE LOTTINGER ROBERT COLE JEAN MARING MARIE LOUISE CUQUET JAMES MARTIN JANE DART A. C. MARTIN, JR. ARTHUR DAVIS LOUISE NELSON PHYLLIS DERBES A. J NUJON CECILE DRESNER HERBERT O ' DONNELL WALTER DUEEASE ROBERT OLIVER FAURIE FERCHAUD JAMIE PROCHASKA HELEN FERRANDAU CAROLYN ROBBERT JEANNE FINKE NADINE ROBBERT MARY BOOTH FRANCIS RANDOLPH ROBERT C. GARCIA-INIQUEZ RALPH RUGAN QUIN GAUTIER ELIZABETH SCHMIDT LARIENE GLADDEN DOROTHY SCHREIBER ADRIAN GWIN ELIZABETH SEAVER BARBARA HARRISON EMANUEL SEITLIN SARA HEIM EDITH SMITH DON HIGGINS PAT STITES KATE HODGE MARY STRAHAN ELSA HOEHN ALBERT TERKUHLE JANE JORDAN JEAN TERZIA HERBERT KAISER GEORGE THOMPSON HOWARD KUNTZ NAT TRAUM VIRGINIA KYLE MARTIN TURKISH GEORGE LEAKE ROSALIE VACCARO WILLIAM LEAKE LEE VANDERPOOL ELAINE LEVY DOROTHY VIOSCA MAX ZANDER - Esfablished fo arrange social activities and entertainments by and among students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the University. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE PETER L. BERNARD, JR Chairman PHYLLIS DERBES HELEN FERRANDAU FAURIE FERCHAUD ELSA HOEHN GEORGE H. THOMPSON VERBON F, SAY Adviser --1 1 TER BUGS iMio fc- ' ' V : 5 v_yHE first Fraternity was founded at Tulane in 1858 and the latest addition this year brings the total to 19. The Fraternities are governed by a Pan-Hellenic Council composed of mennbers from the various Fraternities. The year started off with a nerve-racking " Rush Week " which gave way to Fall Formals and informal parties after the football games. After the Christ- mas vacation, exams began with " Hell Week " fol- lowing. Spring soon came accompanied by the tra- ditional tea dances and Spring Formals in which all Greeks took part. The annual Pan-Hellenic Dance, held in April, proved to be one of the best dances of the year. ! s t F TULOE PAI-HELLEIIC OEIHS First Row: E. Arnoult, H. Backes, P. Bass, I. Cohn. H. Collins, F. Czerny, R. Doyle, R. Flowerree. Second Row: Q. Gautier, C. Gulley, D. Higgins, H. Kuntz, B. Lockeft, H. Loeb, G. Lorber, J. Marfin. Third Row: C. Meyer, A. Nugon, F. Ory, R. Parker, F. Pennebaker, R, Pertuit, C. Pinzon, E. Powers, J. Reid. Fourth Row: C. Singerman, A. Stout, A. Terkuhle, W. Tete, M. Turkish, R. Vanderpool, H. Victor, J. Weil, M. Zander. • Alpha Tau Omega: Don H. Higgins, Senior; Frank Pennebaker, Junior. Beta Theta Pi: Robert E. Flov erree, Senior; James Reid, Junior. Delta Kappa Epsi- lon: J. F. Auguste Lorber, Senior; Albert Terkuhle, Junior. Delta Sigma Phi: Roland Pertuit, Senior; Harrie Backes, Junior. Delta Tau Delta: Conrad Meyer, III., Senior; A. J. Nugon, Junior. Kappa Alpha: Quin Gautier, Senior; Ben L. Lockett, Junior. Kappa Nu: Martin Turkish, Senior; Charles Singerman, Junior. Kappa Sigma: Frank C. Czerny, Jr., Senior; W. R. Tete, Junior. Phi Delta Theta: Pat F. Bass, Senior; F. FHunter Collins, Junior. Phi lota Alpha: A. Chirino, Sen- ior; Carlos A. Pinzon, Junior. Phi Kappa Sigma: Douglas Gulley, Senior; FHow- ard Kuntz, Junior. Pi Kappa Alpha: Jay Weil, Senior; Robert L. Parker, Jr., Junior. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: R. Lee Vanderpool, Senior; Edmond R. Powers, Junior. Sigma Alpha Mu: Max P. Zander, Senior; Harold D. Victor, Junior. Sigma Chi: Roger Doyle, Senior; Arthur VV ' . Stout, Junior. Sigma Phi Epsilon: Paul Malone, Senior; Everett Arnoult, Junior. Sigma Pi: Francis Ory, Senior; James H. Martin, Junior. Zeta Beta Tau: Herman Loeb, Senior; Isidore Cohn, Junior. £62] MU CHAPTER • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: W. A. At- kinson, Jr., Edwin W. Booth, Jr., Dr. Charles L. Brown, Dr. Arthur Caire, Jr., Thomas E. Cotner, DuVal F. Dickey, Dr. A. V. Friedrichs, C. Douglas Gulley, Dr. Sam hlobson, Richard R. Kirk, Clarence J. Morrow, Claude Simons, Jr., Dr. F. Harold Wirth, Dr. Willard R. Wirth. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE: First Row: Paul Allemandi, ' 43; G. Robert Allen, Med. ' 43; Bruce W. Alspach, ' 44; tHerman W. Anderson, Jr., ' 43; Vernon W. Barrow, ' 42; Eugene K. Bell, ' 43. Second Row: Richard C. Bordon, ' 41; Claude L. Buerger, Jr., ' 41; Henry J. Bultman, Jr., ' 41; John B. Caire, ' 44; Andrew J. Carroll, Jr., Med. ' 42; A. Richard Christovich, Jr., ' 42. Third Row: William H. Church, ' 41; G. Edward Conroy, Jr., ' 44; William B. Craft, ' 43; John Dane, Jr., ' 44; William D. Davis, Jr., Med. ' 43; Harry L. Deas, Jr., ' 41. Fourth Row: Kermit Frymire, ' 42; Bill Gibson, ' 41; Joe Allen Gibson, Med. ' 43; Carroll A. Giraud, ' 43; Thomas S. Glass, ' 41; Edward K. Goodell, Law ' 42. Fifth Row: C. Douglas Gulley, ' 42; Walter R. Gulley, Jr., ' 41; Merwin M. Jamieson, Jr., ' 43; M. Lee Jarrell, ' 42; James M. Jennings, Jr., ' 42; Leo E. Johns, Jr., ' 43. Sixth Row: Howard W. Kuntz, ' 41; J. Donald Lockwood, ' 41; Arthur L. Lowe, Jr., ' 41; Joe P. McNair, ' 44; S. Kenan Manson, Jr., ' 42; Harvey C. May, Jr., Med. ' 42. Seventh Row: Hunter W. May, ' 42; Malcolm W. Monroe, Law ' 42; Robert McP. Montgomery, ' 44; Wiley L. J. Mossy, Jr., ' 43; Frances Nicholson, Med. ' 41; Douglas Scherer, ' 42. Eighth Row: Albert L. Soule, III, ' 43; A. Dale Stancliff, Jr., ' 43; Louis I. Tyler, Jr., Med. ' 43; David E. Verlander, Jr., ' 43; Thomas O. Wakeman, ' 44. Ninth Row: J. McCarthy Ward, ' 43; Fred A. Wendt, Jr., ' 44; Harold A. White, Med. ' 41; Chas. B. Wil- liams, Jr., ' 44; William A. Wood, Jr., ' 41. Not in Panel: Lewis C. Bryan, III, ' 41; Joseph O. Cies, ' 44; Edward E. Estes, ' 42; Robert E. Newlln, ' 43; Frank R. Williams, ' 44. PHI KAPPA SKUA Founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1850. Established at Tulane in I 858. 39 Active Chapters. Colors: Black and Gold. Flower: Chrysanthemum, [63] Founded at The University of Virginia in 1868. Established at Tulane in 1878. 80 Active Chapters. Colors: Garnet and Gold. Flower: Lily of the Valley. PI UP PA ALPHA ETA CHAPTER • FRATRES IN FACULTATE, Dr. Octave C. Cassegrain, Dr. William V. Holloway, Dr. John A. Lanford, Dr. Stuart G. Noble, Dean James M. Robert, Charles S. V illiam- son, Jr. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Stanley Asbury, ' 44; John P. Barnes, ' 42; hHiram W. Batson, ' 42; James Booth, Med ' 44; Travis hi. Boykin, Jr., ' 44; Bob Browning, Med ' 44; George E. Burgess, Jr., ' 42. Second Row: William Burk, ' 41; James D. Byrne, ' 4! ; John F. Caraway, ' 44; J. Worth Davis, ' 42; Edward Ecuyer, ' 42; John Fanz, ' 44; Peter M. Ferguson, ' 44. Third Row: R. Curtis Fitzgerald, ' 42; G. B. Flagg, Med ' 42; Lloyd J. Fremaux, ' 42; John B. Gremiilion, ' 43; Fred Guedry, ' 43; Martin Harthcock, Med ' 44; Frank Brooks hHodnette, Med ' 43. Fourth Row: James L. Jordan, Med ' 42; hierbert W. Kaiser, ' 41; Roswell S. Kimball, ' 43; Leonard M. King, ' 43; George Leake, ' 41; James Leake, ' 41; James V. Le Laurin, ' 41. Fifth Row: Allen Lill, ' 43; George McCaskey, ' 43; Jack C. McCurdy, Med ' 41; William D. Maginnis, Jr., ' 43; Ernest P. Miller, Jr., ' 44; J. W. Moore, Med ' 41; William C. Owen, Jr., ' 44. Sixth Row: Robert L. Parker, Jr., ' 42; Dan T. Patterson, ' 44; Charles H. Pette- way, Med ' 43; S. William Provensal, Jr., ' 44; Robert M. Rhoades, ' 44; John T. Rob- erts, ' 43; Sam M. Scott, ' 42. Seventh Row: Jack H. Simons, Med ' 42; Jack Quinby Sloan, Med ' 44; Alwyn Smith, Jr., ' 41; hierbert L. Smith, Jr., ' 43; Roland C. Smith, ' 44; Wilford M. Smith, Law ' 42; William J. Tally, II, ' 41; Harry C. Tiller, Med ' 41. Eighth Row: David Varn, Jr., Med ' 44; Dan Verges, ' 43; William H. Wallace, ' 42; Jay John George Weil, Jr., ' 42; Thomas C. Wicker, Jr., ' 44; J. Luckett Yawn, Jr., ' 42; Harold J. Zeringer, Jr., ' 42; Lawrence L. Zeringer, ' 44. Not in Panel: Robert C. Ball, Med ' 42; Floyd Curry, Grad ' 40; Frank Hardenstein, ' 41; Simon Hodge, Grad ' 40; Joseph Morris, Med ' 42; Paul R. Sheffield, Med ' 43. C64] PSI CHAPTER • FRATRES IN FACULTATE. Dr. Herbert E. Buchanan, Dr. Henry Laurens, Dr. Martin T. Van Studdlford, Mr. Albert R. Tebo, Jr., Dr. James E. Winston. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: James Bass, ' 44; Hester Bate, ' 44; Frank Beatrous, ' 43; Joseph Bernard, ' 42; Thomas Bernard, ' 44; Charles Bloom, Jr., ' 42; Carl Brannan, ' 44. Second Row: Wil- liam C. Brothers, ' 41; C. Pitman Browne, Jr., ' 42; Albert C. Bubb, Jr., ' 44; John F. Carrere, ' 41; John M. Collier, ' 42; George Denegre, ' 44; Thomas B. Denegre, ' 41. Third Row: William Ellis, ' 44; Richard A. Faust, ' 43; Edward D. Finley, ' 41; C. Henry Flower, ' 41; James Flower, ' 44; H. Quin Gautier, ' 41; Andrew Gay, ' 41. Fourth Row: Denton Gibbes, ' 44; Howard B. Gist, Jr., ' 41; Bernard H. Grehan, Jr., ' 42; Rob- ert Sharp Hart, ' 42; John Hearne, ' 42; Maunsell W. Hickey, Law ' 42; Stanhope Hopkins, ' 44. Fifth Row: Kenneth Kennedy, ' 43; Robert Leonhardt, ' 43; James Lockett, ' 43; T. Banbury Lockett, ' 42; Robert Low, ' 44; J. Douglas Maglnnis, ' 43; George B. Matthews, III, Law ' 42. Sixth Row: E. Stew- art Maunsell, II, ' 42; Edward Mcllhenny, ' 42; Stenning C. Murphy, ' 41; Robert Nor- man, ' 42; John R. Perez, ' 43; Raymond R. Ferine, ' 43. Seventh Row: Shepard F. Per- rin, Jr., ' 42; Eads Butt Poitevent, ' 42; John G. Pratt, Jr., ' 42; John Pou, ' 44; George B. Riviere, Jr., ' 42; T. Robert Rudolph, ' 42. Eighth Row: William B. Rudolph, ' 42; Sam- uel W. Ryniker, ' 43; Arthur Seaver, ' 44; Harry V. Sims, ' 43; Albert Spaar, ' 42; Da- vid R. Thornton, Jr., ' 42. Ninth Row: Philip Walmsley, ' 42; Arthur C. Waters, Jr., ' 43; Donald W. White, ' 44; Chester Williams, ' 44; Ellis M. Woodward, ' 43; Edward G. Ziegler, ' 43. Not in Panel: J. B. Dupont, ' 43; George Foot, Law ' 42; George D. Hopkins, ' 41 ; Peter R. Monrose, Law ' 41; Fort Pipes, Jr., Law ' 43. KAPPA ALPHA Founded at Washington and Lee in 1 865. Estab- lished at Tulane in 1886. 67 Active Chapters. Colors: Crimson and Old Gold. Flov ers: Magnolia and Red Rose. [65] !( I G A C H Founded at Miami University in 1855. Estab- lished at Tulane in 1886. 98 Active Chapters. Colors: Blue and Old Gold. Flower: White Rose. ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER • FRATRES IN FACULTATE, S. Wood Brown, Dr. Edward Cailletau, Dr. Guy Caldwell, Robert Farley, Dr. Rudd Fleming, Dr. G. K. Logan, Dr. Paul Mcllhenny, Dr. Curtis H. Tyrone. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Bruce Baird, Jr., ' 42; P. Gayle Batson, Jr., ' 42; James Biggart, ' 43; Robert R. Bond, ' 44; David F. Boyd, Jr., ' 44. Second Row: Richard H. Butler, Med ' 42; Frank R. Denman, ' 42; Roger hi. Doyle, ' 43; James N. Erwin, Jr., Law ' 43; Allen Fon- tenot, ' 43. Third Row: R. W. Forsythe, Med ' 41; George H. Geissert, Jr., ' 43; Charles E. Hart, ' 44; hiarry E. hiays, ' 41; William C. Hildebrand, Jr., ' 41. Fourth Row: Thomas J. hlood, ' 44; Willis hi. Jondahl, Med ' 41; John F. Latham, Law ' 43; William W. Leake, Jr., ' 41; Francis A. Ledet, ' 43. Fifth Row: Stewart McL. Long, ' 43; James O. Lopez, Med ' 41; Warren S. Mal- hiot, ' 43; Albert B. McCoard, Jr., ' 42; Jack E. Mestier, ' 44. Sixth Row: Robert K. Michaels, ' 4! ; William B. Monroe, Jr., ' 42; Thomas B. Park- erson, Jr., ' 43; Chalin O. Perez, ' 44; Frank M. Phillippi, Jr., Med ' 43. Seventh Row: George McM. Ponder, Law ' 41; Charles Prosser, Med ' 44; hlypolite G. Riche, Jr., Med ' 41; Malcolm R. Stouse, ' 44; Arthur W. Stout, ' 41. Eighth Row: Harold H. Stream, ' 41; James T. Swindle, Med ' 41; Jack W. Thomson, ' 43; Malcomb S. Van de Water, ' 44. Not in Panel: William B. Bellamy, ' 44; Fred Cassibry, Law ' 43; Reynolds Collins, ' 41; James A. Ely, Jr., ' 42; Charles C. Henderson, ' 44; David W. Labouisse, Med ' 44; J. P. Melvin, Med ' 42; Paul O. Pigman, ' 43; .Samuel A. Trufant, III, Med. ' 43. [66] UPHA TAU OMEU LOUISIANA BETA EPSILON CHAPTER • FRATRES IN FACULTATE, Dr. Nathaniel C. Curtis, Dr. Charles L Eshelman, Dr. Allen C. Eustis, Dr. Raymond Freas, Dr. Frederick Hard, Mr. Charles Janvier, Judge George Janvier, Dr. Randolph Lyons, George H. Penn, Jr., Warren E. Wilson. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. First Row: Jack Allison, ' 41; William Bauman, ' 41; J. A. Bergfeld, Med ' 42; J. S. Burwell, ' 42; Charles W. Darnall, ' 44; Gelon HI. Doswell, ' 42; Walter J. Dueease, ' 41; Lloyd P. Fadrlque, ' 41; Julian P. Freret, Law ' 42. Second Row: J. F. Gladney, Med ' 43; Emory Graves, ' 44; Donald hi. J. Higgins, ' 42; Rene H. Himel, ' 42; William I. FHunt, Med ' 42; John M. Jordon, ' 42; Thomas F. Jordon, ' 43; John F. McKenney, Med ' 41; George C. Manning, Med ' 44. Third Row: Peter Many, ' 44; Joseph Bayard Miller, Law ' 41; Samuel S. Moody, ' 42; David Moore, ' 44; Frank R. Pennebaker, ' 43; Paul Ramey, Med ' 43; Roger Reeves, ' 42; Willard P. Schneible, ' 43; Robert W. Schupp, ' 42. Fourth Row: Jack Scott, Med ' 41; James Corbett Senter, Jr., Law ' 43; James W. Spencer, ' 42; Lawrence W. P. Stone, Jr., ' 43; Claude M. Trawick, ' 43; Winston W. Walker, ' 42; Wilfred Waller, Law ' 43; William West, ' 44. Not in Panel: Jack E. Argurcia, ' 44; Benjamin Crump, III, ' 42; Pierre R. Dupont, ' 43; Lawrence B. Eustis, ' 43; George M. Gregory, ' 43; Hepburn Many, ' 41; W. C. McCoy, Med ' 42; John M. Sartin, ' 43; William L. Spencer, ' 42; R. B. Squire, Med ' 42. [67] Founded at the Virginia Military Institute in 1865. Established at Tulane in 1887. 96 Ac- tive Chapters. Colors: Sky Blue and Old Gold. Flower: White Tea Rose. Founded at The University of Virginia in 1869, Estab- lished at Tulane in 1887. I I I Active Chapters. Flow- er: Lily of the Valley. Colors: Scarlet, White and Green. SIGMA CHAPTER • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Dr. Wiley R. Buffington, Dr. Boni J. DeLaureal, Dr. Edmond L. Faust, Col. Frederick H. Fox, Dr. Albert P. Kimball, Dr. Edward L King, Dr. Paul T. Talbat. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE: First Row: Edward Adey, ' 43; Edward B. Baldinger, Jr., ' 43; William Bendel, Jr., Med ' 43; Peter Bernard, ' 43; S. M. Bistowish, Med ' 43; Graham C. Bonnell, ' 41. Second Row: Robert Ross T. Cahal, Jr., ' 43; Curtis W. Caine, ' 42; Robert Chipley, ' 44; Willis Cochran, ' 41; Robert Cole, ' 42; Gordon Cragwall, ' 44. Third Row: Frank C. Czerny, Jr., ' 44 ' ; hi. E. Darton, ' 44; George Davis, ' 44; J. T. Davis, Med ' 41; Francis del Mar- mol, ' 41; Charles O. Donnaud, III, ' 43. Fourth Row: Raymond A. Dyke, Jr., ' 41; Henry S. Eason, ' 41; Upton Giles, ' 44; William Goldman, ' 42; The He ' 43; A. T. Higgins, Jr., ' 44. Fifth Row: A. J. W. Long, Med Jr., ' 43; Kent Mc- K H P P i SIGMA C. Hollister, Med ' 41 ' 4! ; Louis W. McFaul Williams, ' 43; G. T. Melllnger, Med ' 43; Julien J. Miester, ' 43. Sixth Row: Rex North, ' 44; John Pollock, ' 42; Louis Ramos, ' 44; Frank Roark, ' 44; Wirt Rodgers, ' 41; Ralph Shirer, ' 44. Seventh Row: O. P. Stone, Med ' 41 ; A. C. Suhren, ' 44; William R. Tete, Law ' 43; Robert Vaccaro, ' 43; Jack Whitesell, ' 41; W. S. Williams, Med ' 41; Henry Worner, Law ' 43. Not in Panel: Jim Adams, ' 44; Michael H. Bagot, ' 43; Raymond Gauche, Jr., ' 42; P. P. Gilchrist, Med ' 42; Corneal Goldman, Law ' 42; G. C. Goldman, Law ' 42; Albert J. Heffner, ' 44; L J. Joseph, ' 42; David M. Kleck, ' 43; Nicholas G. Kumpuris, Med ' 43; E. Donald Moseley, ' 42; T. G. Riddler, Med ' 42; Gil- bert Turner, Med ' 42. 1681 BETA XI CHAPTER • FRATRES IN FACULTATE, Dr. Stan- ford C. Jamison, Dr. T. Hlllman Olllphant, Dr. William H. Stevens, Dr. Emile Naef, Dr. William R. Pabst, Dr. Willoughby Kitt- redge. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Cedric Almand, ' 42; Augustus An- derson, Med ' 42; Richard Andry, ' 43; Roy R. Bartlett, ' 42; Louis Tulane Bass, ' 43; D. Hanlin Becker, Law ' 41; Thomas O. Bell, Law ' 42. Second Row: William F. Beyer, ' 42: R. Norman Black, Med ' 44; Kimball C. Brown, ' 44; N. C. Cromwell, ' 43; Richard Cromwell, ' 43; Clarence L. Dupre, ' 43; Charles A. Emiing, ' 42. Third Row: Edward L. Emiing, ' 44; Stephen T. Farnum, ' 44; Hewitt Fox, ' 44; Maurice Gelpi, ' 41; An- gus Grace, Med ' 41 ; Jack Grayson, ' 44; Richard Griffith, ' 43. Fourth Row: Ed. Douglas White Hardin, ' 43; Leonard K. Knapp, ' 41; Day Lindberg, Law ' 41; Wil- liam P. McGehee, ' 43; John McGraw, ' 44; Henry A. Mentz, Law ' 43; Conrad Meyer, III, ' 4L Fifth Row: A. J. Nugon, ' 42; Jo- seph A. Partridge, ' 43; William D. Peters, ' 42; Lane Plauche, ' 42; Walter T. Plauche, ' 44; Francis X. Plough, ' 44; Robert H. Potts, ' 43. Sixth Row: Lester Price, ' 43; Staigg Ray, ' 44; Stanley W. Ray, Jr., ' 41; Davis F. Reid, ' 42; Joseph Schlosser, Med ' 42; Geo. A. Schneider, Med ' 44; Charles A. Shields, ' 42. Seventh Row: Mark A. Smith, ' 41; C. J. Thompson, Med ' 43; Douglas Torre, Med ' 43; Mottram P. Torre, Med ' 43; W. J. Verlander, ' 42; Rob- ert R. Willard, ' 43: Philip Wimberley, ' 42. Not in Panel: Hart F. Baker, Med ' 42; John L. Dyer, Law ' 41; Kenneth H. Kahao, ' 43; Allen Knolle, ' 43; Pete Kramer, ' 44; Harry P. Moran, ' 43; William C. Moss, ' 42; Jack White, ' 44. DELTA TAU DELTA i n [69] Founded at Bethany College in 1859. Established at Tulane in 1 889. 75 Active Chapters. Colors: Purple, White and Gold. Flower: Iris. PHI DELTA THETA LOUISIANA ALPHA CHAPTER Founded at Miami University in 1848. Estab- lished at Tulane in 1889. 106 Active Chap- ters. Colors: Azure and Argent. Flower: White Carnation. • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Dr. Earl Z. Browne, Lowell Dawson, Dr. Charles W. Duval, J. H, Randolph Feltus, Dr. Herman Gessner, Dr. Rufus C. Harris, Dr. H. P. Johnson. Dr. H. E. Miller, Dr. M. W. Miller, Dr. Alton Ochsner, Charles Rucker, Glen E. Seidel, Dr. Ambrose H. Storck. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Sam Atkinson, Med. ' 41; Luis Bafios, Law ' 42: Pat F. Bass, Law ' 41; Wayne A. Beard, ' 44; Charles Beckert, Med. ' 43; James Benedict, ' 43; Frank- lin P. Berry, Law ' 43; Charles B. Campbell. ' 44; William T. Coats, ' 43; F. Hunter Collins, ' 42; Norman S. Conroy, ' 44. Second Row: Elgin Cowart. ' 44; Leonard J. Daniels, ' 44; Jack L. Daray, ' 41; Henry M. Dismukes, ' 43; John Farrell, ' 44; James H. Fortson, ' 42; William H. Frost. ' 42; Richard Field, Med. ' 42; Broox Garrett, Med. ' 44; John Glover, Med. ' 42; R. L. Gates, ' 42. Third Row: Max Guinn, ' 43; Jerry Gwin, Med. ' 43; W. Binion Harmon, ' 43; Robert S. Hendricks, ' 44; Sam Hutton, ' 43; Claude Jackson, Med. ' 41; Ernest P. Johnson, ' 42; Louis McK. Jones, Law ' 41; Stewart Kepper, Law ' 42; T. Max Kllgore, ' 42; Joe Kirby, Med. ' 42. Fourth Row: Richard Langford, Med. ' 44; Boyd Lewis, ' 41; Frank Lindeman, Med. ' 43; Henry F. Lochfe. ' 43; Adolph Magruder, ' 44; James Merrift, Med. ' 44; Henry Miller, ' 43; Frank Moore, Med. ' 41; Patrick C. Murphy, Law ' 43; Harry K Murray. ' 44; Jack McMillan, ' 43. Fifth Row: T. Vernon Nichols, Med. ' 44; Paul C. Pottharst, ' 44; James Poyner, ' 44; Jack Ray, ' 43; Randolph B. Robert, ' 42; Jack Robinson, ' 43; Newton Robinson. ' 44; Ralph Ross, Med. ' 44; Ralph Rugan, Jr., ' 41; William Stiles, ' 44; Paul Swearingen, Med. ' 43. Sixth Row: C. D. Taylor, Med. ' 43; P. K. Thomas, Med. ' 43; William Turner, ' 42; William Valentine, Med. ' 42; William Wait, Law ' 42; John Walker, Med. ' 42; James Welder, ' 44; Ralph Milton Wenzel. ' 41; J. B. White, Jr., ' 43; Lewis Williams, ' 43; Carey Womble, Med. ' 43. Not In Panel: Ed- ward C ' awford, ' 41; Paul E. Hindelang, ' 44; George Menefee, ' 42. [70] LOUISIANA TAU UPSILON • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Dean Leslie Buchan, Donald Derlckson, Prof. S. E. En- glekirk, Dr. C. Gordon Johnson, Dr. G. Adair Lyons, Dr. John G. Pratt, Dr. J. Clay Walker. e FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Frank Baird, Med. ' 42; Rudolph Bittman, ' 43; Elisha Cain, Jr., Med. ' 41; Claude Callander, Med. ' 42; Wayland Coppedge, Med. ' 43. Second Row: Harry Davies, ' 42; John W. Dodson, Med. ' 42; Jack Dykes, Law ' 43; Kenneth Everts, Med. ' 44; Clarence Fernandez, ' 43. Third Row: Hen- ry C. Foss, Law ' 43; Grant W. Goldenstar, MeJ. ' 41; Alvin Gottschall, ' 43; Carleion Gullliot, ' 44; James Harris, ' 43. FourJ-h Row: Robert Hendon, ' 44; James Hicks, Med. ' 44; Calvin M. King, ' 41; Robert Le- Blanc, ' 44; Gruett G. Long, ' 44. Fifth Row: George McDonald, ' 42; Vernon Mc- Mullen, ' 44; Peter Mandich, ' 42; John Mi- azza, ' 42. Sixth Row: Andreas Morten- sen, ' 42; Charles A. Patterson, Med. ' 42; Leonard Posey, Med. ' 44; Edmund R. Pow- ers, Law ' 43. Seventh Row: James Prid- geon, Med. ' 43; W. E. Riley, Med. ' 42; William Robinson, Med. ' 42; Gene St. Martin, Med. ' 44. Eighth Row: George Smoot, ' 43; Mack Sutton, Med. ' 42; R. Lee Vanderpool, Jr., ' 41; William R. Well- born, Med. ' 42. Not in Panel: Neil Calla- han, Med. ' 41; Theodore Everett, Med. ' 44; Francis Gill, ' 42; Harley McCollum, ' 42; James Merdows, Med. ' 44; Harold Mullin, ' 41; R. T. Perkins, ' 41. SIGUA UPHA EPSILOI Founded at University cf Alabama in year of 1856. Established at Tulane in 1897. 113 Active Chapters. Colors: Old Gold and Royal Purple. Flowers: Violet. nii Founded at Yale University in 1844. Established at Tulane in 1899. 47 Active Chapters. Colors: Red, Azure and Gold. Flower: Pansy. DELTA yPPA [PSILOI TAU LAMBDA CHAPTER • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Maxwell E. Lap- ham, Joseph McCloskey, John Minor Wisdom. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE: First Row: Fred Barksdale, ' 44; St. Paul Bourgeois, ' 43r Edward Bres, Med. ' 4! ; Perry Brown, ' 42; Paul Charbon- net, ' 41; Oliver Clarice, ' 43. Second Row: Jason Collins, Med. ' 41; Whitmarsh Crumpton, Med. ' 42; John Culbertson, ' 41; Judson Demarest, ' 43; Jack Donnaud, ' 43; Gordon Doremus, Grad. ' 41. Third Row: hjerman Duncan, ' 43; Donald Earhart. ' 42; Carey Ellis, ' 42; James Gilly, ' 42; Theo Har- vey, ' 44; Eldridge htine. ' 41. Fourth Row: Claude Hogan, ' 44; Thomas Holmes, ' 44; Moreau Jumon- ville. Law ' 43; William Kyle, Med. ' 42; Rudolph Landry, Med. ' 42; Edward Leverich. ' 42. Fifth Row; Richard Logan, ' 43; Augus+e Lorber, ' 41; Armand McHenry, ' 43; Julian McPhillips, ' 41; Warren McPhillips, ' 44; Arthur Miller, Med. ' 41. Sixth Row: Leiand Montgomery, ' 43; Pratt Mun- son, ' 43; William Nichols, Med. ' 41; Jeffery Park- er, ' 44; Louis Pourciau, ' 42; Jack Pritchard, ' 44. Seventh Row: Homer Rankin, Law ' 41 ; James San- chez, ' 42; Oscar Schneidau, ' 42; James Schwartz, ' 44; Nauman Scott. Law ' 41. Eighth Row: Edward Strong. ' 41; Barry Stubbs, Law ' 43; Albert Ter- kuhle, ' 42; George Tompkins, ' 42; Gibson Tucker. ' 44. Ninth Row: Frank Voelker, Law ' 43; Bruce Wallace, Med. ' 43; McCrary Wheeler, ' 43; Roger White, ' 41; Robert Whlttaker, ' 44. Not in Panel: Forbes Bastian, ' 42; Thomas Collens, ' 42; Benja- min Dart, ' 43; Clarence Eyerich, ' 44; Henry Ju- monville, ' 42; Schaumburg McGhee, ' 43; William Menge, ' 43; Clark Salmon, ' 44; William Smith, ' 43; John H. Tappan, Law ' 41; Edward Thistle- thwaite, ' 44; Gerhard Thomas, ' 42; Raymond Walker, ' 43; William Westerfield, Law ' 41; James Wilkinson, Law ' 42. [72] BETA XI CHAPTER • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: T. Hale Boggs, Kendall H. Cram, Sumter D. Marks, Amedee Longer Musson. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE: First Row: Wayne Anderson, ' 44; Earl Bartlett, Jr., ' 44; Archie Boggs, Law ' 42: William Bradburn, Med ' 42; Jack Bremermann, ' 44; John Bryan, Jr., ' 41. Second Row: Lewell Butler, ' 44; Lyie Carrlere, ' 44; Duralde Claiborne, Med ' 41; Don P. Claypool, ' 41; Robert Conroy, ' 44; Azahel Cooper, ' 44. Third Row: Robert Cummins, ' 42; Everett Eaves, ' 44; William Eckert, Jr., ' 41; Gordon Ewin, ' 44; James P. Ewin, Jr., ' 42; Robert Flow- eree, ' 42. Fourth Row: Pilcher Gilfoil, ' 44; Wolf Helmers, ' 43; William D. Hudson, II, ' 42; Foster Johns, ' 43; J. Harvey Johnston, Med ' 41; James Kostmeyer, ' 44. Fifth Row: Herbert Land, ' 44; Robert M. Lath- rop, Law ' 42; John McGee, Law ' 42; Oscar McMillan, ' 44; Allen Martin, ' 43; Edward Meadows, ' 44. Sixth Row: Ralph E. Merri- man, Jr., ' 42; Theo Middleton, ' 42; Max Morelock, Law ' 41; Paul Noble, ' 44 Claude B. Oakland, ' 41; William O ' Hara ' 43. Seventh Row: Robert B. Oliver, ' 43 William Pattan, ' 44; Nigel Raffertv, ' 44 W. Ford Reese, ' 41; James E. Reid, ' 41 Richard Riley, ' 44. Eighth Row: Jack Rob- ertson, ' 44; St. John Smith, ' 42; William La- marr Smith, Med ' 43; Edwin Stockmeyer, ' 43; Deibert Strong, ' 44; John P. Suther- land, ' 44. Ninth Row: Leon Trice, Jr., ' 42; Edward Vales, ' 43; Michael Vales, ' 42; Par- ham Werlein, ' 44; Roy E. White, ' 42; R. Milton Williams, ' 43. Not in Panel: Walter Brent, ' 42; Walter Culpepper, Med ' 41; Harold Cummins, Jr., ' 43; Henry Dart, III, Law ' 43; Gerald Joseph, Med ' 41; Walter J. Jung, Law ' 43; George F. Kraft, ' 44; Rene Le Gardeur, ' 44; Edward P. Munson, Law ' 42; J. Randolph Roane, ' 43. BETA T H E U PI Founded at Miami University in 1839. Established at Tulane in 1908. 90 Active Chapters. Colors: Pink and Blue. Flower: Rose. [73] Z [ T A BETA T A U Founded at Jewish Theological Seminary in 1898. Established at Tulane in 1909. 35 Active Chapters. Colors: Blue and White. Flower: White Rose. SIGMA CHAPTER « FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Dr. Melvln Steiner. Dr. H. P. Marx, o FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Gil- bert Balkin, Med. ' 41; James M. Ber, ' 44; Ger- ald Berenson, ' 43; Ted Bloch, ' 44; Ben Brill, ' 44; Isidore Cohn, Jr., ' 42. Second Row: Lawrence Cohen, ' 42; Sam Corenswet, ' 44; Arthur Davis, ' 41; Jules Dreyfuss, ' 43; Charles Frank, ' 43; Richard Garretson, ' 44. Third Row: Harry Gins- berg, Med. ' 41; Joe Goldberg, Jr., ' 43; Jack Gordon, ' 42; hlarry Greenberg, Med. ' 43; Tim hleninger, ' 43; Arthur hierald, Jr., ' 43. Fourth Row: Eugene hHesdorffer, ' 43; Edwin hiiller, ' 42; hierbert Hirsch, ' 44; Jerome Hirsch, Jr., Med. ' 43; Joseph R. Hirsch, ' 44; Irwin Isaacs, ' 43. Fifth Row: Bernard Jacobs, ' 43; Jerome Katz, Med. ' 44; Norman Kaufman, ' 44; Joseph C. King, ' 44; Milton Latter, ' 44; Ralph Levey, ' 44. Sixth Row: Arnold Levy, ' 41; Byron Levy, ' 41; David P. Levy, ' 44; Walter Levy, Jr., ' 43; Herman Loeb, ' 4! ; Harold Marx, Jr., ' 42. Seventh Row: Howard Marx, ' 43; Sackman Marx, ' 41; Harvey Mintz, Med. ' 44; J. William Rosenthal, ' 43; Charles Schwartz, Jr., ' 43; Melvin Schwartz- man, Law ' 43; Ralph Schwarz, ' 44. Eighth Row: Shephard Shushan, ' 42; Edward Simon, ' 43; Wil- liam Singlust, ' 44; Bernard Solomon, ' 44; Harry Solomon, ' 43; William Stein, Law ' 42; Leonard Stern, ' 42. Ninth Row: Alvin Strauss, Med. ' 43; Howard Strauss, ' 43; Sam Threefoot, ' 42; David Weinstein, Med. ' 43; Victor Witten, Med. ' 41; Henri Wolbrette, ' 42; Sidney Wright, Law ' 41. Not in Panel: David Asher, ' 41; Milton Holland, ' 44; Judah Lober, ' 44; Melvin Rosenthal, Med. ' 43; Joe Rosenweig, ' 42; Harry Wagenheim, Med. ' 43; Julain Weiner, Med. ' 42. Hi3 .fBLii [74] DELTA SKMA PH CHICHAPTER • FRATRES IN FACULTATE, Richard O. Baumback, Peter Maihies, Forrest E. Oakes, John Pizzano, Dr. hloward Russel, Dr. E. Garland Walls. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Harrle Backes, Jr., ' 42; Bennie Bell, Jr., ' 43; Nute Blue, Jr., ' 43; John Boutall, Law ' 43; Ben Catlin, ' 44; Charles Debaillon, Law ' 43; Max Derbes, Jr., ' 44; Walter Douglas, Jr., ' 42. Second Row: Dennis Downey, ' 44; Lloyd Eagan, ' 43; Warren Gadpaille, ' 44; Steve Gasparecz, ' 42; Earl Haas, ' 41; William Heausler, ' 44; Vernon Kroll, ' 43; George Laborde, Jr., ' 42. Third Row: John Lachin, ' 42; P. J. Lauman, Jr., ' 44; A. Her- bert Levy, Jr., ' 42; A. C. Martin, Jr., ' 4! ; Paul McGill, ' 42; Ralph Nolan, Jr., ' 41 ; Warren Nolan, ' 44. Fourth Row: Herbert O ' Donnell, ' 43; Robert Oster, Law ' 42; Roland Pertuit, ' 4! ; Irwin F. Poche, ' 44; Phil Ricks, ' 41 ; Fred Schuber, ' 43; Charles Spahr, ' 44. Not in Panel: Lawrence Chehardy, Law ' 43; Frederick Heebe, ' 43; A. Lane Miller, ' 43; Charles Mudge, ' 44; George Prassinos, ' 44; Terrel Sis- trunk, ' 43. [75] Founded at College of the City of New York in 1899. Established at Tulane in 1916. 45 Active Chapters. Colors: Nile Green and White. Flower: White Carnation. Founded at Vincennes University in 1897. Estab- lished at Tulane in 1919. 28 Active Chapters. Colors: Purple and Silver. Flowers: Lavender Or- chid, Lilac, and White Rose. S I c H H p OMICRON CHAPTER • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE: First Row: Arthur Adolph Calix, ' 41; Horace Brownell Chalstrom, ' 42; Ed- v in Danner, ' 44; Robert John Duffy, ' 44. Second Row: Earl Louis For- stall, ' 43; Joseph Vincent Sregratti, Med. ' 44; Emile Victor Gros, ' 42; Floyd hHowell, ' 42. Third Row: Charles Victor Hudson, Med. ' 44; Alexander Anthony LoCascio, Jr., ' 43; Stephen Anthony Longo, ' 43; James Henry Martin, Jr., ' 42. Fourth Row: Walter Norman Mc- Henry, ' 44; John Francis Meyer, ' 41; Jules Gustave Mallere, ' 42. Fifth Row: Francis Joseph Ory, ' 40; Earl Sherwood Robinson, Jr., ' 43; Andre Victor Wogan, ' 40. Not in Panel: Riley Brown Fell, ' 41. [76] SIGMA GAMMA CHAPTER • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Dr. Don Julian Graubar+h, Sannuel Lang, Dr. Paul L. Marks, Dr. Samuel B. Saiewltz, Dr. Herbert Weinberger. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE: First Row: hiarvey J. Amsterdam, Med ' 44; Simon Caplan, ' 42; Mervin Cohen, ' 44; George Dorfman, Med ' 44; Isadore Dravin, ' 42. Second Row: William Fellman, ' 44; Warren Garfunkel, ' 44; Norton Glueck, ' 43; Jack Gold, ' 43; Arnold Goldschlag, ' 42. Third Row: Tommy Grossman, ' 44; Edward hHal- prin, ' 44; Maurice Handelman, ' 42; Richard S. hlodes, ' 44; Albert hlyman, ' 43. Fourth Row: Edward Hyman, ' 44; Allan Koltum, ' 43; Melvin Jacobson, ' 44; Dan Mayer, ' 44; Stanley R. Mintz, Med ' 44. Fifth Row: Stanford Opotowsky, ' 43; Bernard K. Op- penheim. Law ' 42; Jack Polin, ' 43; J. Har- vey Rappeport, ' 43; Dan Rose, Jr., ' 44. Sixth Row: L. B. Rosenzweig, ' 43; Marvin Rosman, ' 43; Irvin Schneider, ' 42; Albert Schonbrun, Med ' 44; Allen Smith, ' 41. Seventh Row: Waldorf Steeg, ' 41; Sol B. Stern, Med ' 44; Harold D. Victor, ' 42; Ger- ald N. Weiss, ' 43; Maz P. Zander, ' 41. Not in Panel: Barney Blumberg, Med ' 42; Arthur E. Dreskin, Med ' 43; Wlllard Mar- mezat, Med ' 44. n GMH UP HH n u Founded at College of City of New York in 1909. Established at Tulane In 1920. 37 Active Chapters. Colors: Purple and White. Flower: Lily. £77] KAPPA I U SIGMA CHAPTER Founded at Rochester University in 1911. Established at Tulane in 1922. 13 Active Chapters. Colors: Blue and White. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Norman Aronson, 43; Fred Bronfin, Law, ' 41; Gene Carp, ' 42; Emanuel Choper, ' 42; Norman Dinhofer, ' 43; Mau- rice Felix, ' 42; Morris Gold, ' 42; Irvin Goldman. ' 43. Second Row: Arthur Gott- lieb, ' 44; Edward Graff, ' 43; Myron Kass, ' 42; Lewis Kock, ' 44; Jack Kushner, ' 44; Leonard Leon, ' 43; Alan Leonard, ' 42; Arthur Meisel, ' 43. Third Row: Her- bert Moskowitz, ' 44; Stanley Orloff, ' 44; Gus Pailet, ' 44; Mark Sackett, ' 43; Bernard Salomon, ' 43; Maurice Singer, ' 42; Charles Singerman, ' 44; Irving So- kolsky. Fourth Row: Sol Stempel, ' 43; Avron Sweet, ' 42; Hyman Tolmas, ' 42; Oscar Tolmas, Law, ' 43; Nathan Troum, ' 42; Martin Turkish, ' 42; Martin Wat- sky, ' 41; Morris Weisler, ' 44; Jack Zoock, ' 44. Not in Panel: Wallace Korn, ' 43; Irwin Rabenowitz, ' 42. [78] DELTA CHAPTER • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Dr. Rudolph Matas, Dr. Alberto Prieto. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE: First Row: Aureiio A. Alba, ' 42; Os- valdo Gonzalez, Med. ' 44; Carlos A. Pinzon, ' 43. Second Row: Luis Prie- to, ' 42; Humberto Quirarte, ' 42; Juan Silverlo, ' 42. Third Row: Fed- erico Smith, Med. ' 42; Arturo Ta- pia, Med. ' 41; Fidel Tristan, ' 43. Not in Panel: Hernando Chirino Alonso, Med. ' 43; Iniguez Calixto Garcia, ' 41; h ecto Gonzalez, ' 44; Rafael Navarro, ' 42; Jose F. Oiler, ' 44; Edgardo Silva, Med. ' 42; Jorge Enrique Soto, ' 43; Manuel Carneado Thomas, ' 42; Carlos de la Vega, ' 41. PHI I T H L P H H Founded at L. S. U. In 1904. Established at Tulane in 1932. 26 Active Chapters. Colors: Blue, Red and Gold. Flower: Red Carnation. [79] Founded at Richmond College in 1901. Estab- lished at Tulane in 1929. 72 Active Chapters. Colors: Purple and Red. Flowers: American Beauty Rose and Violet. SIGMA PHI EPSILO LOUISIANA ALPHA • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: J. J. Chalmers Herman, James J. Morri- son. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE: First Row: Everett Arnoult, ' 41 ; Mal- colm Arnoult, ' 43. Second Row: Francis R. Barnard, ' 42; Henry Cook, | i I ' 43. Third Row: Paul M. Koren, ' 43; | I Lee P. Lottlnger, Jr., ' 41; Curtiss i ! Schroeder, ' 42. Not in Panel: James ! ' i Coleman, ' 44; Jimmy Connell, ' 44; ' i :i Charles Fischer, ' 43; Paul K. Malone, 1 j Jr., 43; George Schroeder, ' 44. J [80] ALPHA CHAPTER • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE: First Row: Thomas Gus Baffes, ' 43; Stanford Dawson Bevis, ' 43; Thomas Stuart Bloodworth, ' 42; William B. Brown, ' 43. Second Row: Sidney Dudley Bullard, ' 43; C. A. Burleson, Jr., ' 43; Henry C. Daubert, Jr., ' 43; Lloyd Charles Eyrich, ' 43. Third Row: Walter L. Frazer, ' 41; James Lamantia, ' 43; John J. Lewis, ' 42. Fourth Row: Millard E. Matthew, ' 44; James W. Nelson, ' 43; Lester Reed, ' 44. Fifth Row: Donald A. Ringe, ' 43; Mario E. Smith, ' 43; Walter C. Thompson, Law ' 43. Not in Panel: Andrew G. Bucaro, ' 43; Lucas A. Dileo, ' 44; Theodore W. Thompson, Law ' 43; George E. Welch, ' 43; Jules F. Zatarain, ' 43. ALPHA PI ALPHA [81] Founded at Tulane, 1940. Established at Tulane, 1940. One Active Chapter. Colors: Sold and White. Flower: Shasta Daisy. SORORf TfES lEWCOHB PAI-HELLE IC • Chairman Louise Taylor • Alpha Delta Pi: Nadlne Robbert, Louise Stollenwerck. Alpha Ep- silon Phi: Sara Ann Bloch, Bertha Paglin. Alpha Omicron Pi: Virginia Brownson, Edith Smith. Beta Phi Alpha: Beryl Roy, Rosalie Vaccaro. Beta Sigma Omicron: Jeanne Finke, Janet Schneider. Chi Omega: Elsa hloehn, Sara Virginia Jones. Kappa Alpha Theta: Mary Ger- trude Berthier, Anne Wyly. Kappa Kappa Gamma: Eleanor Dixon, Peggy Fenno. Phi Mu: Renee Miester, Phyllis Watson. Phi Sigma Sigma: Sara hHeim, Leah Levy. Pi Beta Phi: Elaine Leverich, Pat Stites. Zeta Tau Alpha: Louise Trimble, Margaret Ann Williams. [83] First Row: M. Berthier, S. Bioch, V. Brownson, E . Dixon, P. Fenno, J. Finke, S. Heim. Second Row: E. Hoehn, S. Jones, E. Leverich, L. Levy, R. Miester. N. Robbert, B. Roy. Third Row: J. Schneider, E. Smith, P. Stites, L. Stollenwerck, L. Trimble, P. Watson, M. Williams. Founded at Monmouth College in 1867. Established at Tulane in 1891. 83 Active Chapters. Colors: Wine and Silver Blue. Flower. Wine Carnation. PI BETH PHI LOUISIANA ALPHA • SOROR IN FACULTATE: Alice La- bouisse. • SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Mary Alpaugh, ' 42; Loraine Bernard, ' 44; Titine Clark, ' 44; Jane Cleveland, ' 44; Sue Cleveland, ' 42. Second Row: Jane Dart, ' 43; Elaine Dicks, ' 44; Cleste Doug- las, ' 42; Eva Douglas, ' 43; Eleanor English, ' 43. Third Row: Corinne Eshlennan, ' 42; Frances Griffin, ' 41; Mary hiackett, ' 42; Patricia hienderson, ' 44; Mary Hercus, ' 44. Fourth Row: Brucie Jones, ' 43; Sarah C. Jones, ' 43; Virginia Kyle, ' 42; Jacqueline Labry, ' 44; Katherine LeBlanc, ' 44. Fifth Row: Mary Leggett, ' 44; Elaine Leverlch, ' 42; Barbara McMillan, ' 44; Carolyn Mar- shall, ' 44; Mary Mehaffev, ' 42. Sixth Row: Betty Monrose, ' 43; Mildred Mort, ' 43; Sally Gray Parker, ' 44; Marlon Plauche, ' 44; Courtney Proffitt, ' 44. Seventh Row: Betty Shelton, ' 43; Mary Snyder, ' 44; Pat Stites, ' 42; Routh Trowbridge, ' 43; Shelby Werlein, ' 43. Not in Panel: hielen Bald- win, ' 43; Estelle Cable, ' 43; Cynthia Lan- dry, ' 43; Eleanor Logan, ' 43; Katharine Moore, ' 43; Adelaide Rickert, ' 41; Peggy Rickert, ' 42; Betty Shober, ' 42. [84] PI CHAPTER • SORORES IN FACULTATE, Mrs. Dagmar Le Breton, Miss Anna E. Many, Miss Gladys Anne Renshaw. • SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Doris Biliingsley, ' 44; Joel Bond, ' 44; Virginia Brownson, ' 42; Emay Buchanan, ' 44; Barbara Cannp- bell, ' 41. Second Row: Ai lleen Cas- segrain, ' 44; Sylvia Charbonnet, ' 44; Katherine Duncan, ' 42; Dorothy Ecuyer, ' 43; Innes Ellis, ' 44. Third Row: hielen Ferrandou, ' 41; Carolyn Foilett, ' 44; Solidell Fortier, ' 43; Leia Mae Fournet, ' 44; Jane Gallaher, ' 42. Fourth Row: Marjorie Glenn, ' 41; Katherine Gould, ' 44; Marye Hodge, ' 43; Betty Lemarie, ' 43; Emilie Locascio, ' 43. Fifth Row: Moonyeen Marion, ' 43; Ardath Mar- kel, ' 41; Gayle Marschall, ' 42; Helen Mae Marschall, ' 43; Martha Meteer, ' 44. Sixth Row: Marie Louise Nich- ols, ' 43; Calista Rault, ' 44; Patricia Robertson, ' 41; Rose Marie Robin, ' 44; Muriel Roshko, ' 43. Seventh Row: Elizabeth Sandoz, ' 41; Jane Sandoz, ' 42; Alice Schoenhardt, ' 42; Edith Smith, ' 42; Mary Elizabeth Sweatt, ' 44; Dorothy Turnbull, ' 43. Not in Panel: Mary Archer, ' 42; June Carpenter, ' 42; Constance Key, ' 44; Dorothy St. Raymond, ' 44. UPH OMICHO P Founded at Barnard College, Columbia University in 1897. Established at Tulane in 1898. 51 Active Chapters. Color: Cardinal. Flower: Jacqueminot Rose. [85] C H E G H RHO CHAPTER Founded at The University of Arkansas in 1895. Established at Tulane in 1900. 95 Ac- tive Chapters. Colors: Cardinal and Straw. Flov er: White Carnation. • SORORES IN FACULTATE Clara Landry, Bertha Latean. • SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Theresa Anderson, ' 41; Mary Lloyd Andrews, ' 42; Kathryn Balmer, ' 43; Frances Cash, ' 43; Helen Charbonnet, ' 42; Harriet Clough, ' 44; Henrietta Colley, ' 41 ; Carter Ernst, ' 44; Ann Friedrichs, ' 43. Second Row: Jane Friedrichs, ' 44; Eleanor Gates, ' 44; Betty Geary, ' 44; Carolyn Graham, ' 44; Elsa Hoehn, ' 42; Marion Hopkins, ' 44; Linda Hudson, ' 43; Sara Virginia Jones, ' 42; Jane Jordan, ' 42. Third Row: Nita Kidd, ' 43; Alice Kina- brew, ' 42; Rose Lapeyre, ' 42; Annette Livingston, ' 44; Elizabeth Ann McGehee, ' 44; Mary Herron Mitchell, ' 44; Betty Gray Nerval, ' 44; Betty Pope, ' 44; Sarah Pride, ' 44; Connie Rosamond, ' 43. Fourth Row: Julie Saunders, ' 43; Katherine Saunders, ' 44; Ann See, ' 44; Mildred Ann Simmons, ' 43; Collen Spiller, ' 43; Betty Stevens, ' 44; Patricia Sutherland, ' 42; Norinne Vincent, ' 43; Cato Whelchel, ' 44; Patricia Woodward, ' 44. Not in Panel: Mary Jane Callahan, ' 41; Miller Owen, ' 43; Sybil Stevens, ' 42. [86] BETA OMICRON CHAPTER • SORORES IN FACULTATE, Alice Par- kerson, Betty Raymond, Dorothy Seago, Florence Smith. • SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Betty Bethea, ' 41; Grace Chavanne, ' 44; Helen Clayton, ' 43; Sara Lee Creek- more, ' 43; Mary Cutting, ' 44. Second Row: Eleanor Dixon, ' 41; Marion Dureau, ' 44; Yvonne Dureau, ' 44; Betty Durland, ' 44; Caroline Dykes, ' 43. Third Row: Lydia Eaves, ' 44; Peggy Fenno, ' 42; Dixie Friedericks, ' 44; Alma Hammitt, ' 44; Kitty Harris, ' 41. Fourth Row: Mimi Elizabeth Harry, ' 41; Algie Hill, ' 41; Betty Hill, ' 44; Gloria Hill, ' 43; Charlotte Hillyer, ' 44. Fifth Row: Betty Hochenedel, ' 41; Maybel Hochenedel, ' 44; Sally Holbrook, ' 44; Janet Jones, ' 44; Harriet Line, ' 43. Sixth Row: Evelyn Lowe, ' 41; Virginia Porter, ' 44; Elsa Schwartz, ' 43; Nathalie Scott, ' 44. Seventh Row: Evelyn Senter, ' 43; Mary Sinclair, ' 41; Dona Thistlethwalte, ' 41; Jean Walker, ' 42. Eighth Row: Corinne Waterman, ' 42; Frances Watson, ' 41; Elinor Welsh, ' 41; Lois Jean Young, ' 44. Not in Panel: Frances Blackmer, ' 44; Catherine Clark, ' 42; Mercedes Harris, ' 42; Harriet Kost- mayer, ' 42; Martha Jane Porter, ' 41; Bald- win Smith, ' 41 . KAPPA KAPPA GAMHA Founded at Monmouth College in 1870. Established at Tulane in 1904. 73 Active Chapters. Colors: Dark Blue and Light Blue. Flower: Fleur-de-lis. [87] Founded at Georgia Wesleyan College in 1852. Established at Tulane in 1906. 62 Active Chapters. Colors: Rose and White. Flower: Enchantress Car- nation. P H I DELTA CHAPTER • SORORES IN FACULTATE. Eu- nice Bassich, Ruth Dickey, Kathryn Hanley, Laura Bodie Jones, Dorothy Nungesser, Jean Till • SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Betty Jane Alexander, ' 44; Ella Jane Blake, ' 44; Martha Brad- ford, ' 43; Mary Cahal, ' 42; Elsa Ca- po, Law, ' 42. Second Row: Dorothy Cooley, ' 41; Leta Covington, ' 43; Joyce Cunningham, ' 44; Alice Daly, ' 44; Kathryn Edwards, ' 42. Third Row: Suzanne Faust, ' 43; Grace Gallagher, ' 44; Constance Granger, ' 44; Violet Gremar, ' 42; Doris Gros, ' 44. Fourth Row: Jane hHarris, ' 44; Barbara Harrison, ' 41; Elizabeth Hightower, ' 44; Lucinda hiill, ' 44; Jane Hinds, ' 41. Fifth Row: Kate Hodge, ' 41; Dorothy Hyatt, ' 44; Mary Catherine Kelly, ' 42; Leila Le- vine, ' 41; Muriel Lyons, ' 42. Sixth Row: Jane McNiven, ' 43; Ina Claire Madden, ' 44; Renee Miester, ' 41; Kay Stewart, ' 43; Mary Sue Strahan, ' 42. Seventh Row: Marie Louise Wakeman, ' 42; Phyllis Watson, ' 43; Margaret Lee Wendt, ' 41; Shirley Wiederecht, ' 44; Grace Yeager, ' 43. Not in Panel: Lucille Faust, ' 44. [88] EPSILON CHAPTER • SOROR IN FACULTATE: Mrs. Char- lotte Boatner. • SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Carolyn Albrecht, ' 42; Ruth Al- brecht, ' 42; Jean Bonner, ' 43; Betty Burns, ' 44; Frances Connely, ' 43. Second Row Marie Louise Denny, ' 43; Nyada Due, ' 44 Frances Galloway, ' 43; Erwin Gant, ' 42 Gloria Gaunt, ' 43. Third Row: Sarah Gil- lespie, ' 41; Peggy Gray, ' 44; Carolyn Grif- fith, ' 41; Nellie Mae Gunn, ' 42; Elvia Ham- ilton, ' 43. Fourth Row: Dorothy Killeen, Marjorie Killeen, ' 43; Elmire LeBlanc, ' 44; Mary Ester McGlathery, ' 44; Marie Mar- quer, ' 43. Fifth Row: Joy Mayer, ' 44; Rose Mary Mayes, ' 43; Mildred Murray, ' 42; Frances Oden, ' 44. Sixth Row: Lillian Palmer, ' 42; Robertine Rhymes, Law ' 42; Carolyn Robbert, ' 42; Nadine Robbert, ' 41. Seventh Row: Mary Shepherd, ' 43; Marion Starts, ' 42; Louise Stollenwerck, ' 41; Dora Thatcher, ' 41. Eighth Row: Ann Wallis, ' 42; Betty Watters, ' 44; Lucy White, ' 43; Yvonne Woodward, ' 42. Not in Panel: Marjorie Kister, Med. ' 44. U P H A DELTA PI Founded at Wesleyan College in 1851. Established at Tulane in 1906. 60 Active Chapters. Colors: Blue and White. Flow- er: Violet. [89] KAPPA ALPHA THETA Founded at DePauw University in 1870. Estab- lished at Tulane in 1914. 65 Active Chapters. Colors: Black and Gold. Flower: Pansy. ALPHA PHI CHAPTER • SORORES IN FACULTATE: Mildred Chris- tian, Adele M. Drouet, Dixie Tharp Mayer. e SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Charlotte Ashley, ' 44; Jean Bailey, ' 45: Wilma Baker, ' 43; Grace Beatrous, ' 42; Florence Ben- son, ' 42. Second Row: Mary Berthier, ' 42: Mar- tha Jean Bolding, ' 42; hHelen Bres, ' 41; Gwen- dolyn Buhler, ' 42; Alice Carter, ' 41. Third Row: Anne Crane, ' 45; Alice Dax ' ries, ' 42; Shirley Duniap, ' 44; Carol Fraser, ' 44; LaReine Glad- den, ' 42. Fourth Row: Betty Grant, ' 44; Susan Greer, ' 42; Mary Branch Haney, ' 44; Anne Har- per, ' 41; Martha hHarper, ' 41. Fifth Row: Vir- ginia FHedges, ' 44; Isabell Holland, ' 43; Polly Huddleston, ' 43; Margaret Joachim, ' 43; Mar- jorie Lewis, ' 43. Sixth Row: Barbara Martin, ' 43; Shirley Martin, ' 42; Aleene Mueller, ' 45; Rose- mary Muller, ' 44. Seventh Row: Barbara Jane Peck, ' 43; Eleonora Perrilliat, ' 44; Esther Renaud, ' 42; Martine Roberts, ' 42. Eighth Row: Kathryn Simmons, ' 44; Betty Strachan, ' 42; Jean Terzia, ' 42; Mary Lucille Ward, ' 43. Not in Panel: Polly Hoffman, ' 42. [90] [n [PSILOI H EPSILON CHAPTER • SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Julie Ann Benjamin, ' 43; Sara Ann Bloch, ' 41; Marjorie Sybil Cohn, ' 44; Cecile Dresner, ' 41; Jean Dresner, ' 44; Carol Dreyfus, ' 44; Jean Elbe, ' 44; Elaine Feld, ' 44; Suzanne Feld, ' 44. Second Row: Joan Felzenthal, ' 44; Betty Jane Fleischer, ' 43; Janice Ginsberg, ' 42; Gail Hausman, ' 42; Julia Herzfeld, ' 43; Dorothy h iller, ' 42; Jean Hirsh, ' 44; Audrey Leiberman, ' 44; Frances Levy, ' 44. Third Row: Jeanet Levy, ' 44; Mathilde Levy, ' 44; Blanche Lischkoff, ' 42; Caroline Loeb, ' 43; Fleurette Lurie, ' 42; Emily Mor- genstern, ' 43; Beatrice Nickols, ' 43; Bertha Paglin, ' 42; Anne Rubel, ' 43. Fourth Row: Margaret Saal, ' 43; Nathalie Sebulsky, ' 43; Jane Seidenbach, ' 43; Peggy Anne Sporburg, ' 44; Evalyn Stolaroff, ' 43; Mathilde Weil, ' 42; Sylvia Weil, ' 43; Rita Worms, ' 43; Lorraine Wormser, ' 42. Not in Panel: Bertha Omega Boden- helmer, ' 43; Henriette Cohn, ' 41; Marlon Grossman, ' 43; Anne Helburn, ' 44; Janice Levy, ' 43; Hannah Betty Prins, ' 42; Jane Sherman, ' 42; Margaret Solo- man, ' 42; Jeanet Steckler, ' 42. [91] Founded at Barnard College in 1902. Estab- lished at Tulane in 1916. 26 Active Chap- ters. Colors: Green and White. Flower: Lily- of-the-Vailey. Founded af Virginia State Normal in 1898. Estab- lished at Tulane in 1927. 79 Active Chapters. Col- ors: Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray. Flower: White Violet. l[] TAU ALPHA BETA KAPPA CHAPTER • SOROR IN FACULTATE: Rose Mooney. e SORCRES IN UNIVERSITATE: First Row: Ruth Barrow, ' 44; Frances Brooks, ' 41; Doris Bryan, ' 43; Sara Cobb, ' 41. Second Row: Ethelyn Cousin, ' 42; Marguerite Cousin, ' 44; Phyllis Derbes, ' 41; Jean hJeyward, 42. Third Row: Anne Keeney, ' 43; Eunice Lanphere, ' 42; Patricia Mc- Cord, ' 44; Jane Mclni-osh, ' 42. Fourth Row: Colinda McKenzie, ' 43; Mabel McMurray, ' 44; Elizabeth Mills, ' 44; Shirley Pic, ' 44. Fifth Row: Marjory Rotharmel, ' 44; Elizabeth Schmidt, ' 43; Nola Mae Schmitt, ' 44; Joy Steckler, ' 44. Sixth Row: Shirley Strauven, ' 43; Betty Tanen- baum, ' 41; Louise Trimble, ' 42; Shir- ley Van Lue, ' 42; Margaret Ann Wil- liams, ' 43. Not in Panel: Cora Cou- sin, ' 43; Evelyn Smith, ' 43. [92] TAU CHAPTER • SOROR IN FACULTATE: Mrs. Rose B. St. Martin. • SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE: First Row: Eunice Jane Alwes, ' 43; Betty Bernice Beyer, ' 42; June Bey- er, ' 44; Janet M. Bierhorst, ' 44. Sec- ond Row: Estelle Brunila, ' 42; Marie Louise Cuquet, ' 43; June Elliot, ' 43; Ethelyn Everett, ' 41. Third Row: Betty Finnigan, ' 44; Jane Kaufer, ' 44; Jeanne Klepinger, ' 43; Marion Lloyd, ' 44. Fourth Row: Carolyn Alice Long, ' 41; Nettye Menendez, ' 44; Elizabeth Meyers, ' 41; Claire Reynaud, ' 43. Fifth Row: Kathlyn Roome, Law ' 42; Beryl Roy, ' 41; Betty Schattenberg, ' 44; Marjorie Maltry Schweickhart, ' 4! . Sixth Row: Rosalie Vaccaro, ' 42; Lucille Vonder Harr, ' 44; Miriam Wild, ' 42. Not in Panel: Helen Eble, ' 44; Muriel Smith, ' 44. BETA PHI ALPHA Founded at University of California in 1909. Es- tablished at Tulane In 1928. 17 Active Chapters. Colors: Kelly Green and Gold. Flower: Yellow Tea Rose. [M] BETA SICMA OIIICRO Founded at the University of Missouri in 1888. Established at Tulane in 1929. 25 Ac- tive Chapters. Colors: Ruby and Pink. Flow- ers: Richmond and Killarney Roses. ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER • SORORES IN FACULTATE . . Barbara Jean Griffith, Edna LaNasa Hebert. • SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Yvonne Anderson, ' 43; Hope Che- ney, ' 44; hHelen Duvic, ' 43; Dorothy Dyke, ' 43; Jeanne Finke, ' 41; Audrey Flautt, ' 43; Dorothy Follett, ' 44; Mary Ann Follett, ' 43. Second Row: Shirley Garrot, ' 42; Mary Clare Hogg, ' 41; Carleen Hutson, ' 44; Mary Jane Hutson, ' 41; Dorothy LeBreton, ' 43; Jerry Liddell, ' 44; Shirley Liddell, ' 44; Jennie Mayer, ' 42. Third Row: Grace Murphy, ' 44; Morris Mary Murphy, ' 44; Hazel Oliver, ' 44; Marion Peytral, ' 42; Louise Ramoneda, ' 43; Anna Marie Roy, ' 43; Althea Sampson, ' 44. Fourth Row: Etielyn Schmidt, ' 44; Dorothy Schneider, ' 44; Janet Schneider, ' 42; Dorothy Schreiber, ' 43; Katherine Verlander, ' 44; Mary Margaret Verlander, ' 42; Alma Young, ' 43. [94] PSI CHAPTER PHI SKMA SK A • SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE: First Row: Adeline Aronson, ' 42; Ruth Feldman, ' 42; Ruth Goldman, ' 43. Second Row: Ruth Sottesnnan, ' 44; Sara Helm, ' 42; Dorothy Levin, ' 44. Third Row: Elaine Levy, ' 43; Leah Isoline Levy, ' 41; Vera Levy, ' 44. Fourth Row: Bessie Pailet, ' 44; Ruth Rosen, ' 44; Jeannette Silber- berg, ' 42; Dorothy Tolmas, ' 43. Founded at Hunter College in 1913. Established at Tulane in 1934. 19 Active Chapters. Colors: King Blue and Sold. Flower: American Beauty Rose. [95] THE BEAUTIES MISS HELEN CHARBDNNET Kf S, ftfi « «flff ss If . cec % nj; tS: flf " Hi fifJt t l 0,1 %ffl en MISS MARY CUTTING V 0 " .1 vv x vv ss w 0 " S , ' x " v MISS CATO WHELCHEL %5, J er rr »0c rts ' Cf ' Oii «4« ' 4 5. f lO « . I Iir SJIt ' rv MISS SALLY GRAY PARKER t N v,t. ■ ft tft tft «% VflVi « 0 tt ft« J ■M. " W MISS ESTHER RENAUD ■ Tjf MISS KATHRYN GDULD v. vMlLIam H. WALLACE, 1 1 1.— Hard-working Jamb Asso- ciate Editor, Bill lives in Corpus Chris ti Texas, and is a Pi K. A. One of his many sidelines is Theatre pro- ductions. CAMPUS JOSEPH A. POLACK— Joe is president of the Senior Class of Engineering and Tau Beta Pi. He takes part in the many activities and is an ODK. JOSEPH McCARRON, JR.— President of the College of Engineering and a member of A. I. Ch. E. and E. T. A. GRAHAM BONNfcLL— Honor student. Beta Gamma Sig- ma, and Omicron Delta Kappa. Graham is president of the College of Commerce and a member of Kappa Sigma. PERSONALITIES W, SAMUEL WILLIAMS— Sam hails from Mexico and is presi- dent of the Medical Student Body. He is a member of Kappa Sigma and Phi Chi. CARL F. DAILEY— Besides being a football letterman for three years, Carl is president of the Law School Student Body. He Is also a member of the Moot Court Board and Omicron Delta Kappa. SNAPSHOTS 1. Pi K. A. Dream Girl — Helen Ferrandou. 2. Ping-pong at the Delt House. 3. Phi Delta Theta Formal. 4. Second home of every fraternity. 5. Deke bridge foursome. 6. Spring tea dance with the Phis. 7. The K. A. boys have a session. ' ' f 8. The Phis play pool. 9. Pi K. A. actives win out — in the end? 10. Another one of those very popular tea dances. 11. The K. A. Theatre Guild. 12. Waiting their cues in the green room. 13. The Kappa Sigs go for an airy ride. 14. Lunching with the Betas. 1. Homecoming Court. 2. The Wave holds its own. 3. Entries for Homecoming Court. 4. Dedication of the Student Center. -- v ty —Hi — Ji j jk f 1 f J 4 -• 5. Homecoming Queen Elsa Hoehn receives her crown. 6. The Kappa Sigs winning Homecoming decoration. 7. Senior Lawyers invade the brewery. 8. White Elephants show their stuff. 1. The Wave arrives at Tuscaloosa. 2. Wave fans leaving for Alabama. 3. Alabanna cheerleader-moral and other support. 4. Pi K. A. coach to L S. U. 5. Some stuff! 6. Roll out the barrel. 7. A shark at work. 8. Winsome wenches will to wander. 9. Well, whose date is she, anyhow? 10. Topper -j-ake s a try. I I. Man or mouse? 12. " Kiss me again, I ' m sfill conscious. " 13. Troup Tulane and Troup L. S. U. of the Boy Scouts have a district rally. 14. It ' s a long walk home. 1. Social Club Prexy Bonnell. 2. African dom- inoes at the Social Club. 3. Tea time at Tu- lane. " Watcha know, Joe? " 4. Is there a snake-bite in the crowd. 5 6. Middles board ship for adventure. 7. Pass- ing the time on a football trip. 8, " Money- bags " Frost. 9. Theatre war-paint. 10. Stu- dent Center iuke box. li. Time out at a brawl. 12. Looks like a snake under that lily. 13. Sophie stages a style show. 14. They call it " mess. " What, the whole unit? 15. Frosh cheerleader in action. 16. Zebe homecoming decoration. 17. Sitting pretty! 18. The lad with the ears is Zeke. 19. Big-shots (?) all. 20. Gleeing for old Tulane. 21. Newcomb square dance. 22. Edith and Charlie swing out. 23. Boy Scout lectures to Cubs. 24. A babee and her bottle. 25. Our contention proved: Newcombltes are all wet. 26. The Navy goes to sea. 27. Not Gibson Hall, dog- gone It! 28. Faculty entertainment for the freshmen. 29. Another brawl what was. 30. Ditto — only more drunk. 31. Pledge meeting. 32. Tea Room tea sippers. 33. En guard! 34. Wednesday afternoon Glee Club. 35. Tuesday afternoon Glee Club. 36. Freshman Night Dance. 37. The Wolf Is wolfing again. 38. Wenzel uses his line experience. 39. As- sets. 40. Intramural pool sharks. 41. Another Formal by the Phi DelH. I. A big locomotive. 2. Three rings for three belles. 3. Ymmmm, ymmmm! 4. The Phi Delts celebrate. 5. A trucfeload of meat— all bad. 6. And Reese gets oriented. 7. Newcomb gals act their age. 8. The Blackout Club 9. Freshmen, like girls, admire this stuff. 10. New service organization. I I- ' " e Navy puts out to sea. 12. Kangaroo Court. 13. Freshman Night Dance. 14. Scholars of the modern dance. 15. Connie and Cato plan a good line. 16 Tea dance in the Spring. 17. Connie LOOKS serious. 18. A. O Pi Quintet a.nd you know who. 19. Ellis and Berry forget their cares. 20. Bill struts. 21. More publicity for the Boy Scouts. 22. Brawl— in cos- tume. 23. Cheerleaders pose at Alabama. 24. Reese has a ren- dezvous 25. Sophomores show some Freshmen around the cam- pus. 26. Commerce Cutie in the workroom. 27. The Homecommg Queen reigns at her dance. 28. Learning to dance. 29. Getting up spirit for the big game. 30. Between-class refreshments. 31. The Band finishes between-half antics. 32. Waiting to have Jamb pictures taken. 33. Color Guard. 34. A touchdown . . . 35. De- serves a yell ... 36. And smiling approval. 37. The Wave holds its own 38. First down for Tulane. 39. Time-out between plays. 40. The Greenies complete a pass. 41. A smile for her date. 42 Newcomb Baby Party. 43. The first sopranos do their stuff. 44. Yell squad. 45. Book- store Cowboys. 46. Tea Room bridge, a system in itself. 47. Homecommg Court 48. Alabama cheerleaders are really good. 49. A barrier between Ken and his wife. 50. Another Tea Room foursome. 51. When Tulane enter- tained the Student and Publications Convention. I. " Weelle " Westerfleld. 2. Three lawyers starting off in the morning. 3. Wilbur looks bad. 4. Must have been a tojugh night. 5. They sure loolc sober to me. 6. Rosie and the " Legal Eagle. " 7. " Pedie " and the Deacon guzzling at the brewery. 8. Rosie and Reese also went to the brewery. 9. No caption — by request of Miller. 10. Reese, again. II. Kossum, what ' s that you got? 12. Daily and the Dean at the Barristers Brawl. 13. Reese, who ' s that with you? 14. What are you trying to do — hide behind the bottles? 15. Put on your clothes, Jones. 16. We had to cul the rest of this one off. 17. Becker, the Checker, doing her dance. 18. Pull your dress down, Gus. 19. The Fac- ulty also had a good time. 20. Checker embracing one Mr. Coon, now deceased. 21. Verbon Gay ' s dismal dlllies. 22. May Day at Newcomb. 23. The song-birds of Newcomb. 24. Do you know who they are? We don ' t. 25. Quick, Watson, the needle. 26. Cotton Ball capers. 27. A thrust and a parry. 28. Tug-o ' - war. 29. Wait enjoys himself. 30. Tea Room date. 31. Another costume party that was missed this year. 32. Bonnell and clari- net do " Custer ' s Last Stand. " 33. Intermission crowd at the bar. 34. Orientation. 35. Practicing for the Christmas Concert. 36. Intramural ping-pong eliminations. 37. Spring Tea Dancin ' at the Phi Delt House. _ ■ i ATHLETICS ll[ ROMAN BENTZ LEONARD BERTOLINO JOSEPH BISTOWISH ERNEST BLANDIN ALBERT BODNEY FRED BREKKE WILLIAM BRINKMAN NORMAN BURWICK FRED CASSIBRY GUY CHENG GEORGE CLAY CARL DAILEY JACK DARAY, JR. HARRY DEAS EMANUEL DE FRAITES CHARLES DUFOUR ROBERT ELY GORDON ENGLISH ROSS EUSTIS CHARLES FARRELL EDWARD P. FINLEY AUGUST F. FISCHER HENRY FLOWER JULIA N FRERET WALTER FRIDAY MAURICE GELDERT R ROBERT GLASS THOMAS GLASS FRED GLODEN CLARENCE GOLOMB CLAUDE GROVES ROBERT CRUSH HARRY HAYS WILLIAM HORNICK MOREAU J. JUMONVILLE M. J. B. KAHOA JOSEPH KIRBY WILLIAM H. KUNTZ GEORGE LOPEZ HARLEY McCOLLUM WALTER McDonald JOHN McGEE PETER MANDICH JOSEPH MONGOGNA. JR. HAROLD MULLIN A. L. MUSSON WILLIAM NICHOLS STANLEY NYHAN WILLIAM J. O ' HARA. JR. DON OVERDYKE JOHN OWENS ROLAND PERTUIT HOMER RANKIN KERMIT RHEA JOHN SIMS ST. JOHN SMITH LEONARD STERN ALVIN STRAUSS JAMES THIBAUT LOUIS THOMAS P. K. THOMAS JACK TITTLE ISRAEL TRESTMAN SAM TRUFANT DAVID WEINSTEIN RALPH WENZEL WILLIAM WESTERFIELD, JR. HENRI WOLBREHE [129] Tulane Sports The athletics for the 1940-1941 season has proved to be a year of training for a large number of new men, and although the year as a whole was not suc- cessful, the Wave now has excellent and experienced material in every field of sports. In football the Greenies had been played up as one of the strongest teams in the nation. But this pre-season dope did not figure on the loss of much- needed line strength by way of injuries. The Wave ended its season by winning five and losing the same number. The Wave basketball squad showed much improve- ment over past years, and finished the season with eight wins to five defeats. Not one of the losses was bad and the fans saw the highest brand of ball. HORACE C. RENEGAR Publicity Director of Attiletics The track team was again led by Millard White and with the added help of Vosburg, Golomb, and McGee the team placed seventh in the Conference. The tennis squad netted three wins, a tie and five losses with their sophomore racquetteers, and came out third in the Conference with seven points. The baseball nine lost almost all their games but turned in some enjoyable performances against Northwestern and L. S. U. Tries by the golf team proved to be consistently unsuccessful and the Wave lost every match. Intramural activity was extended to the quieter games as well as the vigorous forms of recreation, and the Intramural Council has tremendously pop- ularized this field. The Coaching Staff CHARLES RUCKER Freshman Coach LOWELL P. " RED " DAWSON Head Coach BILL BEVAN Line Coach GLENN SEIDEL Backfield Coach " BIG MONK " SIMONS Trainer PETE MAILHES Assistant Coach J Tulane . Tulane . Tulane . Tulane . Tulane . Tulane . Tulane . Tulane . Tulane . Tulane . SCHEDULE 7; Boston College 14; Auburn . . . 7; Fordham . . 15: Rice .... 14; North Carolina 13; Clemson . . 6; Alabama . . 2 1 ; Georgia . . . 27 20 20 6 13 13 13 47; Louisiana Normal 0; L. S. U. ... 14 ..x FRED GLODEN Fullback THE SEASONSBECrNS BOSTON COLLEGE The Green Wave started out on the 1940 season by losing to a vastly superior Bos- ton College team to the tune of 27-7. The Greenies, sorely nnisslnq the services of Co-Captain Tommy O ' Boyle, were no match for the Eagles who had one game be- hind them. Outstanding features of the game for the Tulane fans were the determmed fight that the Wave put up even to the last minute, and the play of Charley Dufour and Bubber Ely. Dufour, junior tackle, played a veteran ' s game, and Ely, sophomore left half, was a shining light and he went over from the seven-yard line for the Wave ' s lone marker. Defraltes In the line and Cassibry at right half also showed promise for the coming games. The game was a heart-breaker for all Wave followers because at that time no one realized the Eagles ' true power, and all had hopes of another undefeated season for the Greenies as a result of pre-season build-ups. No one knew at that time that there was more disaster to follow as a result of fate and Injuries. - laid Harry Hays makes a wide end sweep against Auburn Through the air for a touchdown — for Aubu AUBURN Another off-shore breeze blew the Wave out to sea, and the Plainsmen from Auburn went by with a 20-14 victory. Highlight of the game for Auburn supporters was Chalkey, Plainsman tackle, stealing the ball from f arry hiays on an attempted pass, and then racing down field for a score. Bright spots for the Wave were Ely and Dufour again, and Thibaut, powerful fullback who with Ely sparked the Wave to a sixty-nine-yard touchdown march. The Plainsmen, sparked by Deal, Cheatham, and " Dynamite " Dick McGowen, played heads-up ball all the way and capitalized on every break. The Wave got behind 13-0 in the second quar- ter, and only by grim determination fought their way up to 14 points. Their fight in the face of overwhelming odds was still the most heartening feature. FORDHAM This game explosed completely the theory that lightning strikes only once, and proved that bad luck never comes once but three times. The Greenies traveled all the way to New York to take a 20-7 drubbing by Fordham ' s Rams. The game was marred by rough play and poor officiating, but the ultimate result of this was another determined fight by the Greenies in the second half in an attempt to overcome these handicaps. The Wave fought to the bitter end with " Lighthorse " hiarry hiays hitting his old TWO MORE DtrtATS Thibaut pushes over against Rice ALBERT BODNEY, End FRED BREKKE, Tackle TOMMY O ' BOYLE Co-Captain WILLIAM BRINKMAN, End NORMAN BURWICK, Guard THE WAVE RICE Tulane, 15; Rice, 6. The Wave surged back after three successive losses to trim the high-flying and favored Owls in a spectacular game. Led by Harry Hays and Jimmy Thibaut, the Greenies quickly recovered from the six-point lead that Rice took early in the game, and went on to victory. The Owls, off their week-old victory over L. S. U., were favored to hand the Greenies another drubbing, but the highly touted Weems and Keel never got rolling. Hays was truly in his stride, and Thibaut began to show the form that caused fans to call him the greatest fullback in Dixie. Lou Thomas made his bid as a rival to Ely for sophomore star, and the dependable Al Bodney, along with Blandin, Dufour, Mandich, and Flower, stood out in the line. NORTH CAROLINA Did someone mention thrills? This game was really packed with them. The Greenies finaly came through in the last minute for a 14-13 victory, but It was close! Jim Leianne played his last game against the Wave in his true form — he was a deadly threat all afternoon with his precision passes. The game see-sawed back and forth with first the Wave leading, and then the Tar Heels. Tulane ' s first score came when Bubber Ely returned a punt to the Carolina 15-yard stripe. Then successive plays by Gloden and Bob Glass with Bob fumbling the ball over the goal line from the five and Grush recovering netted six points. Glass converted. Leianne got hot and on successive passes to Severin and Dunkle put the Tar Heels back in the running with six points. He refused to let things idle, and soon afterwards scored himself on a four-yard run. The Greenies pulled the game out of the fire when, in the closing min- utes, Tom Glass and Fred Brekke blocked a punt that Al Bodney recovered for another score. Jimmy Thibaut came through with the winning point. FRED CASSIBRY, Halfback EMANUEL DeFRAITES, End CHARLES DUFOUR, Tackle JAMES ELY, Halfback GORDON ENGLISH, End HENRY FLOWER, Center " MM s 4 4 .f ♦ i 1 - M Lou Thomas through the center of the line against Clemson BOB GLASS, Halfback TOM GLASS, Quarterback CLEMSON The Wave turned on old-time power to crush Clemson ' s Tigers 13-0. This battle was featured by Lou Thomas ' 4! -yard run from scrimmage, and by the outstanding play of Al Bodney and Fred Gloden. The Tigers had high hopes of avenging last year ' s 7-6 defeat, and of running their streak to fourteen wins, but the Wave dashed these hopes far up on the island of despair. Fans were thrilled by the vast improvement in play and in spirit, and looked forward hopefully to ' Bama next week. ALABAMA That Birmingham jinx will have to rest for two more years. The Greenies seem to have a strange feeling every time they get near Legion Field, so ' Bama licked the Wave 13-6. This was the most colossal series of bad breaks the Wave had encountered in the entire season thus far. Before they could become acclimated, the Tide had scored not once, but twice. Breaking all tradition, the Wave scored on a pass after the ball had been worked closer and closer to the goal line by alternate running and passing plays. Even the Tidemen admitted after the game that they didn ' t deserve it. . FRED GLODEN, Fullback PETE GOLOMB, End CLAUDE GROVES, Guard (Co-Captain) ROBERT GRUSH, Quarterback ANOTHER WIN ANOTHER toss Cassibry kicks out of danger from behind goal HARRY HAYS, Halfback wtrnmrnftm . ku ' iii m «i ii ti f o • • ' • ur i in ' i » »i m TWO MORE WINS GEORGIA The Wave surged back in the last half to give the old grads a Homecoming victory. The Bulldogs started early, and took a lone touchdown lead as a result of sophomore Frankie Sinkwich ' s passing, but the Greenies were right back in the game when Stern intercepted a pass deep in Georgia territory, and Hays scored a few plays later on a nice broken-field run. The Georgians came back on a beau- tiful kick-off return by sophomore Lamar Davis through the whole Wave team. The Bulldogs held the lead until Bubber Ely came In the game in the fourth quarter to spark the Wave to victory. Efy undoubtedly gave the Greenies the touch they needed, and in spite of a taped-up thumb he played his most brilliant game and outshone all others. On a series of pass plays the Wave put the ball on the 8-yard line, and Gloderi carried it over from there. Thomas converted. Soon afterwards, the Wave put the game on ice when, after Bodney had picked up 13 yards on an end-around, Casslbry went through for the score, and then converted. Tulane, 21; Georgia, 13. LOUISIANA NORMAL The Wave had its only breather here, and won 47-0. The first team played the first quarter and Hays scored twice in this time. After that Sims. Lou Thomas, Sauer, McDonald, and Mullin each scored once. The Greenies had a free hand, and several long runs were reeled off, but the top thrill of the day came when. In the last seconds of the game, the Wave scored Its final points on a lateral- forward pass play in which St. John Smith lateraled to Pracko who threw a pass to Mullin, and Mullin fell over for the score. FRED CASSIBRY Halfback WALTER McDonald, Quarterback PETE MANDICH, Center HAROLD MULLIN, End ► i m ■ s n m jflm ISRAEL TRESTMAN, Manager TOMMY O ' BOYLE, Guard (Co-Captain) JOHN OWENS. Guard Fred Sloden hits the center of the line Bob Glass tries off tackle against Georgia This was the heart-breaker of the season. The Bayou Bengals whipped the Wave 14-0. The Tigers played superb ball, and the Greenies were definitely off form. Tulane was never able to get going, as a result of the hard-charging Tiger forward wall which smothered every play at the line of scrimmage. The game was hard fought, and the spirit of the crowd was strong but not unruly as it had been some- times in the past. The Tigers well deserved to win, and Adrian Dodson ' s 88-yard run was one of the best seen at Tiger stadium in a long time. The Tigers had many stars that day, and the Greenies had their share In Thibaut, Hays, Ely, Bodney, Mandlch, and Dufour. The Wave JAMES THIBAUT, Fullback LOUIS THOMAS, Halfback ' 4 i, ■ lacked the pep that they had shown in recent games, and the fight that had dominated since the first game was not up to par. The season ended with that final whistle, and every Tulane fan had learned one bitter lesson: never put too much faith in pre-season crystal gaz- ing. Too many things can happen that are not in the books. JACK TITTLE, Guard HENRI WOLBRETTE, Guard THE WAVE TACKLES TfGER BASKETBALL The Greenie Cagers had the finest season in many years, finishing the season in sixth place in the conference. They played Kentucky in the second round of the conference tournament, and lost. How- ever, the Wildcats went on to the finals so the loss was no disgrace. With Johnny McGee leading the offense, and for part of the sea- son leading the conference in scoring, and Al Bodney leading the defense, the Wave made a creditable scoring in all games. The first team of McGee, Bodney, Mandich, Zengel and McWilliams was just about as good as any in the loop, but aside from Cy Carbon the reserves were not quite up to par, and this caused the Greenies to lose several times. Tulane split the four-game home and home series with L. S. U., each taking the two games played on the opponent ' s home court. The Wave seemed to have more success away from home than on their own court ail season. RECORD Jan. 7 — Tulane 24; Alabama 25 Jan. 8 — Tulane 32; Alabama 28 Jan. 16 — Tulane 58; Southwestern 38 Jan. 17 — Tulane 48; Ole Miss 23 Jan. 18— Tulane 32; Ole Miss 27 Jan. 24 — Tulane 41; Auburn 45 Jan. 25 — Tulane 37; Georgia Tech 20 Feb. 10— Tulane 35; Miss. State 42 Feb. 14— Tulane 55; L. S. U . . 44 Feb. 15— Tulane 39; L S. U 35 Feb. 18 — Tulane 62; La. College 46 Feb. 20— Tulane 44; L. S. U 59 Feb. 21— Tulane 37; L. S. U 40 ADDLEY GLADDEN, Manager JOHNNY McSEE, Captain KENT McWILLIAMS AL BODNEY PETE MANDICH ROLAND PERTUIT ■ tl - m Track COACH FORREST OAKES In the first meet of the year, the Wave trackmen, sparked by White and hHays, won easily over Ole Miss by a score of 77-48. Two weeks later Maunsell set the school record of six feet two inches in the high jump, but Bama ' s Kelly hlorn went on to six feet seven and an eighth inches. This helped the Tide to chalk up a 65-47 victory, even though Millard White came through with his usual fifteen points. When Tulane invaded L. S. U. the following week, Pete Golomb stole the show by winning the shot put over White. Other than that the Greenies did not produce much interesting copy for Tulane readers, dropping the meet 88-24. At the Southwestern Relays, White won two contests for the Wave. Other point earners were Golomb, Maunsell, Hart, and McGee. White won our only points in the Texas Relays. Came the Southeastern Conference Meet and Mrs. White ' s little boy copped two firsts: the shot and the discus. McGee, Golomb, and Vosburg also scored to bring Tulane up to seventh place. Squad Joe Anderson — Broad Jump Finish of the 100 ,.» 4 81 1:= ' ' TENNIS AT Pares Greenie netmen sfarted the season by clowning the New Orleans Lawn Tennis Club, 5-1. Next, the Wave took on the Vanderbilt four and bowed to the gents from Tennessee by a score of 4-2. For the third straight match on home grounds the Tulane boys tied the Presbyterian team, each scoring three wins. When Tulane invaded Tuscaloosa, they didn ' t go just for the trip and came back home with a clean sweep over the Crimson Tide. The Wave team liked the feeling which a 6-0 victory gave them so much that they repeated against Florida on the home courts. A trip to Texas gave the young Wave more than they could do, and they only won one match against Rice while Texas U. took all the glory. L. S. U. was the final contestant, and mangled the Wave on both New Orleans and Baton Rouge courts. Tulane didn ' t take a match in either meeting. The Wave won third place in the conference with seven points. The team will lose only one man next year. But while George Schneider will be missing, two freshmen. Bill McGehee and Lou Schopfer, will add much stability to the talents of Mel Schwartzman, Roy Bartlett, and Luckett Yawn. To the left, top to bottom: Mel Schwartzman, No. I position; George Schneider, No. 4 position. Below: Roy Bartlett, No. 2 position r T I LANE HERMAN LOEB, Manager n 1 EMMETT PARE, Coach Luckett Yawn. No. 3 position Squad Tulane ' s first string battery talk things over Clean up man on deck I 9 4 O BASEBALL The Wave batsmen got off to a slow start by losing their first two games to one of the nation ' s finest college clubs, the Minnesota Gophers. The next series was played against Northwestern, but in spite of some good fielding on the part of the Green Wave, the boys from the Illinois school swung too heavy a bat. The last series was played against the Tigers from the " Ole War Skule. " After the Tigers had successfully handled the situ- ation on their home field, they Invaded the home Catcher goes for a foul Coach Simons giving boys some pointers Ball A — take a base of " Little Monk " and his boys. The Wave won the first game, which gave the spectators their money ' s worth, but dropped the second to the vengeful Tigers. THE TEAM Standing: James Thibauf, Short Stop; John Sims, Third Base; Walter Blessey, Pitcher; Albert Bodney, Left Field; Charles Dufour, First Base; Fred Cassi- bry. Pitcher; George Clay, Catcher; Claude " Little Monk " Simons, Coach. Kneeling: Edward Cellos, Second Base; William 0 ' h ara, Right Field; Leonard Bertolino, Right Field; Virgil Wheeler, Center Field; Fred Gloden, Center Field; Joe Johnson, Pitcher; Santiago Paniello, Manager. JACK DARAY, Captain Coach Turpie, Gordon, Oliver, Rolfs, Daray GOLF The Greenie golfers played their first game at Oxford, but sadly missed beating the Ole Miss Rebels. The linksmen of Ole Miss finished with but one point margin over the Wave. Although the Wave team, which was composed of Jack Daray, J. C. Rolfs, Harry Deas, and Jack Gordon, showed great possibilities, the L. S. U. Tigers made a clean sweep with the exception of one match. The only win for the Wave in this match was that of Rolfs over Bert McDowell. The captain for the 1941 season will be Harry Deas, and golf fans are looking forward to a successful season. JOHN ROLFS JACK GORDON BOBBY OLIVER (NTRAMURAtS The purpose of the Intramural Council is to encourage the entire male student body to participate in organized athletic sports, and also to encourage participation in wholesome, active and healthful recreation. The Council shall therefore, organize and promote competi- tion between individuals and groups of students and shall foster the spirit of fair play and sportsmanship between participants and spectators. HOMER M. RANKIN Director H. QUIN SAUTIER Assistant Director J. EMMETT PARE Supervisor MEMBERS Forbes Bastian Benjamin Wall Dart, Jr. James P. Ewin, Jr. Edward D. Flnley Lloyd James Fremaux H. Quin Gautier George McCaskey Robert Oliver Raymond R. Perine. Jr. Homer M. Rankin Harry Wagenheim . Luclcett Yawn EMMETT PARE. Supervisor HOMER RANKIN, Director Intramural Council X. ( Ping Pong at the Student Center (NTRAMURAl. SPORTS Touch Football — One of In+ramural ' s major sports I v M i i. Horseshoe Pifching Miss Florence A. Smith, Director of Athletics Newcomb Atldetla Council OFFICERS FRANCES WATSON Chairman HARRIET LINE Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS MARY LLOYD ANDREWS CELESTE DOUGLAS EVA DOUGLAS BETTY HOCHENEDEL HARRIET LINE MAIDA MOTER MARY AGNES SULLIVAN ELIZABETH TANENBAUM FRANCES WATSON All students participating in the required number of hours in Physical Education are automatically members of the Newcomb Athletic Association. FRANCES WATSON Chairman First Column: M. Andrews, E. Douglas, H. Line, M. Sullivan Second Column: C. Douglas, B. Hochenedel, M. Moter, B. Tanenbaum i Basketball WOMENS SPORTS Swimming mw-v ACTION CAMERA tamttOBmt GfRLS AT PLAY pip m . »,» T K CLASSES LEFT TO RIGHT: S. WILLIAMS, A. WALLACE, J. CHAMBERLAIN, J. BARWICK, B. GARRETT OFFICERS OF THE CLASSES STUDENT BODY W. SAMUEL WILLIAMS President ARTHUR J. RICHARDSON Vice-President HARRY L. ZENGEL, JR Treasurer WILLIAM RAWLINSS Secretary SENIOR CLASS ARTHUR WALLACE President JOHN B. TRIBLE Vice-President MURPHY YEARWOOD Secretary RICHARD B. AUSTIN Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS JAMES A. CHAMBERLAIN President PEDRO A. SUAU PEREZ Vice-President WILLIAM R. WELLBORN Secretary ROBERT C. BALL Treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS JOHN F. BARWICK President DAKIN FITZGERALD Vice-President THOMAS WHITECLOUD Secretary WILLIAM RAWLINS Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS BROOX GARRETT President DUKE EVERETTS Vice-President BEVERLY BLOOD Secretary RALPH ROSS Treasurer [164] I ' --0 -. ' . ' J ■ » ' " " -.T ■ . fi •■ «.» r i ..« BenUf n irst Row: I JOHN CURTIS ASHER, OAK Atlanta, Ga. SAM CLARK ATKINSON, JR, N S N, A 9 . . . Memphis, Tenn. RICHARD BAKER AUSTIN, K Class Treasurer (4); Owls Club. Forest, Miss. Second Row: GILBERT BALKIN, A E, Z B T B.S. Degree, Tulane University. Drew, Miss. JAMES MATHEW BARRON Evergreen, Ala. JAMES COOLEY BELK, N 2 N Greenville, S. C. Third Row; GRIFF WOFFORD BILBRO, OK ....... Alabama City, Ala. ROBERT JACOB BLACK, A K K Ruffin, S. C. ROBERT TANKERSLEY BONNEY, X, S A E . . . Enterprise, Miss. Fourth Row: u I EDWARD SEDLEY BRES, JR., N 2 N, A K E ... New Orleans, La. WALTER BRODIE BURWELL Henderson, N. C. LOUIS RAY CABIRAN, P S, B K, B M ... New Orleans, La. B.S. Degree, Tulane University. £165] SenUf. First Row: ELI5HA JUDKINS CAIN, JR., I X, Z A E Wstumpka, Ala. B.S. Degree, Tulane University; Class Vice-President (3); Student Body Secretory; Pan-Hellenic Council (3, -(); Owls Club. EDWARD EVELLE GALE M.S. Degree, Tulane University. Pratt City, Ala. HERMELINDA CAMBRA, A E i Panama City, R. P. Second Row: SAMUEL KLINE COHN, A E Birmingham, Ala. B.S. Degree, Birmingham Southern College. JASON HAYDEL COLLINS, N 2 N, A K E, B M . New Orleans, La. B.S. Degree, Tulane University; Owls Club. EMELIOUS AUBREY COX, 9 K Brenham. Texas Third Row: HAROLD ULLMAN DARK, ! X Alexander City, Ala B.S. Degree, Alabama Polytechnic Institute. JULIUS THEODORE DAVIS, JR., A K K, K S . . . New Orleans, La. B.S. Degree, Tulane University; Honor Council (2). LOUIS ALBERT ENSENAT Yucatan, Mexic. B.S. Degree, Tulane University. ALLEN AUSTIN ENZOR, 9 K Crestview, Fla. JACOB LEVY FISCHMAN, K N New Orleans La. HARVEY LENOIR FLOV ERS Kilmichael, Miss. u %; [167] Senio. 6 First Row: ROBERT WALLACE FORSYTHE, N 1 N, S X Lexington, Ky. ISRAEL S. FOX, ' !■ A K ' New York, N. Y. ROBERT RIDDICK GATLING, I P 2 Gates, N. C, Second Row: HAROLD MARSHALL GIBBONS Phoenix, Ariz. HAROLD SAMUEL GINSBERG, A E, Z B T . . Dayt-na Beach, Fla. B.A. Degree, Duke University. JAMES FRANK GLADNEY, JR., ATQ Homer. La. Third Row: MARGERY HELEN GOLDBERG, A E I, A A A, V N, B M A Lecompte, La. B.S. Degree, Louisiana State University. GRANT WILBUR GOLDENSTAR, I X, :; A E ... Ridgeland, S. C. HAROLD ROBERT GOLDFARB, ■! A K Brooklyn, N. Y. Fourth Row: ANGUS DOUGLAS GRACE, X, A T A Ft. Myers, Fla. CARL JOSEPH GULOTTA, A K K, :; II New Orleans, La. ALBERT FREDERICK WILLIAM HABEEB Vicksburg, Miss. Fifth Row: VIOLET GRAY PATRICK HALFPENNY, A E I Fairfield, Ala. ELMER JACOBS HARRIS, N v N Scottsboro, Ala. IRVING HIRSHLEIFER Brooklyn, N. Y. B.S. Degree, Tulane University. ti68: Senlo4 d. First Row: ARTHUR CLAIR HOLLISTER, JR., A K K, K i: . . . New Orleans, La. B.5. Degree. Tuiane Univeisity; Pan-Hellenic Council; Honor Council HOSAH SELLERS HOLLOWAY, JR Tallassee, Ala. MARIANNA HOOD, A E I Emory, Texas Second Row. CLIFFORD EGGLESTON HOWES Rocky Point, N. Y. JACK HYMAN, 6 ? Tampa, Fla. CLAUDE ADEN JACKSON, ' I ' A 9 Kosciusko, Miss. Third Row. JAMES HARVEY JOHNSTON, JR., N S N. B 9 n, K 9 +, A K Spartanburg, S. C. B.S. Degree Tuiane University; Owls Club; " Hullabaloo " Medical Editor; Spectators; " T " Club; T. U. R. K.; Honor Council (7). WILLIS HOLDER JONDAHL, X; S X Tulsa, Okla. Owls Club. CHARLES ROBERT KESSLER, 9 K Birmingham, Ala. Fourth Row: PHILIP PAUL LaNASA New Orleans, La. JAMES ABNER LAUDERDALE, JR., X, K A Jackson, Miss. B.S. Degree, Millsaps College. JOSEPH LANCELOT GRAHAM LESTER, JR., A K K . Key West, Fla. Fifth Row: MORTON LEVY Orlando, Fla. EARLY BARTON LOKEY, JR., X Hattiesburg, Miss. JOHN WADE LONG, X, K S Sallis, Miss. J [169: " I ' ' mr " ' -«S Se idXi A.. ptf%, THE i ■A ' ' u i- i J i: mi ' k u First Row; JAMES O ' GORMAN LOPEZ, [■ X, £ X Biloxi, Miss. MARVIN NICHOLAS LYMBERIS, 9 K , T X A . . Alexandria, La. LITTLETON LANE McCHAREN Toccopola, Miss. Second Row: JACK CLARK McCURDY, NSN, HKA, OAK .. Marshall, Texas DAN BERNARD MclLVOY, i X Springfield, Ky. JOHN FERGUSON McKENNEY, JR Cynthiana, Ky. NSN, ATn, OAK B.S. Degree, University of Kentucky. Third Row: JOHN CALVIN McLEOD, JR., I X Bay Minefte, Ala. B.S. Degree, Alabama Polytechnic Institute. LEON MARCUS, •tAK New York, N. Y. B.S. Degree, Tulane University; Pan-Hellenic Council. WILLIAM GRAY MASON, N S N, 2 N Tampa, Fla. Owls Club. Fourth Row: ROBERT JAMES MEADE, SK Jackson, Mich. ARTHUR VAN BUREN MILLER, JR., N 2 N, A K E . . . Monroe, La. CLYDE EWING MILLER, JR Pensacola, Fla. Fiffh Row: SEYMOUR MILTON MILLER, •! A K, T E Miami, Fla. B.S. Degree, University of Florida. FRANK HAMPTON MOORE, X, A 8 . . . Bowling Green, Ky. JOSEPH WATTS MOORE, X, n K A Clanton, Ala. A.B. Degree, University of Alabama. ' ' ?m ■ ' [170] First Row: CARL SEEPE NADLER, JR., l X, S N Plaquemine, La. Owls Club. ELWm GILMORE NEAL Balboa. C. Z. ROLLIN ROY NEVITT Moran, Va. Ph.G. Degree, Kansas City College of Pharmacy; A.B. Degree, Uni- versity of Alabama. Second Row: GEORGE WESLEY NEWBURN, JR., ■!• X. X . . . . Prichard, Ala. FRANCIS NICHOLSON, A K K, K S, B N . . New Orleans, La. JAMES MALCOLM PACKER, N 2 N, K A Alexandria, La. Third Row: THOMAS HERBERT PATTON, JR., X, K 2 ... Tuscaloosa, Ala. A.B. Degree, University of Alabama. ALTON RAY PRUIT, X Mescalero, N. MEX. ROBERT MORRISON RAWDON, A K K, A X A . Daytona Beach, Fla. Square and Compass. Fourth Row: FREDERICK COOPER REHFELDT, X, K A Jackson, Miss. History of Medicine Society, President. ARTHUR J. RICHARDSON, JR., 9 K Jasper, Texas Student Body Vice-President (4); Class Secretary (3). HYPOLITE GUY RICHi, JR., A K K, 2 X Baton Rouge, La. Fifth Row: JOE ALBERT RISSER, A K K, K S Bonham, Texas SAMUEL GWIN ROBBINS, X Vicksburg, Miss. Honor Council. LEWIS SLEEPER ROBINSON, JR., 9 K McAllen, Texas Pan-Hellenic Council. A J [171] ■ ' , StMy ' ' V?vAi}« S w 1 J ' i sp • ' m ■■rt.l ' T H E u S iff mm w U First Row: HEWELL COLEMAN SAMUEL, I A E, $ B H ... Houston, Texas M.S. Degree, University of Alabama; B.S. Degree, Birmingham-Southern College; Fellow of The Gorgas. ELBERT HUBBARD SANDERS Birmingham, Ala. MORRIS SCHAPIRO, .V K Bayonne, N. J. Second Row: JACK HAMILTON SCOTT, X, A T R Kosciusko, Miss. B.S. Degree, Tulane University. ROBERT MELVIN SHEPARD, JR Tulsa, Okla. WILLIAM McHUSH SIMMONS, X Shreveport, La. Third Row: ELBERT JOpUE SOSKIS Mulberry, Fla. FRANCIS MARION STONE, JR., X Ft. Scott, Kan. ORVILLE PATTON STONE, X, K v Tremont, Miss. Fourlh Row: JAMES MACK SUTTON, JR., N 2 X, 1 A E Sylvester, Ga. JAMES THOMAS SWINDLE, l X, 1 X Coleanor, Ala. B.S. Degree, Alabama Polytechnic Institute. ALEJANDRO ARTURO TAPIA, IA Panama, R. P. Fifth Row: ARTHUR CECIL TEDFORD, AKK Orlando, Fla. JOHN ALDEN THOMAS, X Ragland, Ala. WILLIAM PRESTON TICE, X, n K Roanoke, Va. B.S. Degree, Tulane University. ' ' - [172] First Row: HARRY CORBETT TILLER, !■ X, II K A Mayesville, S. C. Owls Club, President. THEODORE FRANCIS TREUTING, l P S, B M ... New Orleans, La B.S. Degree, Tulane University. Class President (3), Treasurer (2). JOHN BOWLES TRIBLE, (1 K , B K Housfon, Tex. Glass Vice-President (4); Owls Club; History of ,, ' .-I ' l ine Society. Second Row: FRANK ELBERT TUGWELL, AKK Pensacola, Fla. MILTON TURNER. l A K Ridgewood, N. Y. DANIEL ROBERT USDIN St. Augustine, Fla. Third Row: EPHRAIM LIONEL WAGNER, ■i ' AE Houston, Tex. B.A. Degree, University of Texas. Pan-Hellenic Council. ARTHUR JElvllSON WALLACE, JR., N 1 N. K A Tampa, Fla. Class President (4); Owls Club. . HAROLD AUGUSTUS WHITE Tulsa, Okla. Fourth Row: ISADORE DAVID WIENER, A E Tutwiler, Miss. FREDERICK ARTHUR WILD, JR., P 2 New Orleans, La. B.S. Degree, Tulane University. Honor Council (3). ARTHUR GRADY WILLIAMS, JR., N 2 N, A T a ... Florala, Ala. Owls Club. Fifth Row: WALTER SAMUEL WILLIAMS, X, K S Nacoiari, Mexico Student Council Vice-President; Student Body President; Honor Council Chairman; Owls Club. VICTOR HERBERT WITTEN, « A E, Z B T Jacksonville, Fla. JOHN LAFAYETTE WRIGHT, JR., 9 K San Angelo, Tex. HUGH MURPHY YEARWOOD, X Shreveport, La. Class Secretary (4). mml i [173] u tuMA. •IfeW T H First Row: JOSEPH THOMAS AINSWORTH, X, K A Raymond, Miss. Pan-Hellenic Council. JESSE WILLIAM AUSTIN, H K Forest, Miss. WILLIAM AXELROD, K N Houston, Tex. FRANK JEWELL BAIRD, X, i A E New Orleans, La. Second Row: GEORGE SPENCER BARNES, X, K 2 Belioni, Miss. WALTER POLK BATSON, BK Sylacauga, Ala. History of Medicine Society. WILLIAM PLUMMER BRADBURN, Ml, N S N, B 6 H New Orleans, La. WILLIAM SMITH BRADLEY, JR., 6 K Greenville, S. C. Third Row: GEORGE HENRY BRANDAU, AKK, AKE Shreveport, La. Honor Council. HAL DeVANN BROADHEAD, X Montgomery, Ala. History of Medicine Society. RICHARD HARVEY BUTLER, N 2 N, I X Lexington, Ky. CLAUDE GROVER CALLENDER, N 2 N. S A E Edwards, Miss. Fourth Row: ANDREW JACKSON CARROLL, JR., K , i K 2 . New Orleans, La. B.S. Degree. Tulane University. JAMES ALLEN CHAMBERLAIN, X Houston, Tex. Class President (3); History of Medicine Society. CHARLES WHITMARSH CRUMPTON, X, A K E . . . . Minden, La. Student Body Secretary (2): Honor Council (3); History of Medicine Society. WILLIAM GARY CUMBIE, X Troy, Ala. Fifth Row: ARTHUR CLEVELAND DAVIDSON. N S N, A K E . . Greenville, Miss. VANDA ARTHUR DAVIDSON, JR., 9 K . Ruston, La. JOHN WALTER DODSON, JR., N 2 N, 2 A E. . . Hot Springs, Ark. History of Medicine Society. SLATER MATHEW DOZIER. X Chance, Ala. Sixfh Row: GUY JENNINGS DUNNING, JR., GK Linden, Ala. LELAND PRIDE DURANT, P2 Milwaukee, Wis. B.S. Degree, Tulane University. Pan-Hellenic Council; Class Secretary (2). BEN PICKERING EVANS, X, K A Water Valley, Miss. History of Medicine Society. EDGAR LEON FEINBERG, iAK, AEA, r2E .... Ocala, Fla. B.S. Degree, University of Florida. History of Medicine Society. [174] i44UJ0 First Row: RICHARD DAVID FIELD, I. X, ' I ' A Shaw, Miss. GEDDES BROADWELL FLAGS, JR., II K A Gulfport, Miss. WILLIAM DUMAS FUTCH, G K -I ' St. Petersburg, Fla. JOHN ALBERT GARCIA, -I ' P I Austin, Texas B.A. Degree, University of Texas Second Row; GEORGE VICTOR GARDINER, P £ Lafayette, La. RICHARD GARRE, 9 K ' I ' Amarillo, Tex. JOHN RICHARD GLOVER, N S N, ! ' A 6 Springfield, Tenn. HENRY CALVIN GUYNES Hearne, Tex. Third Row: WINSTON CHURCHILL HEIBNER, 9 K St. Petersburg, Fla. FRANK BROOKS HODNETTE, ' !■ X, n K A Atmore, Ala. WILLIAM IREYS HUNT, 1 X, A T £ Greenville, Miss. WARREN MAURICE JACOBS, i AE New Orleans, La. Fourth Row: CHARLES RAYMOND JARRELL, K A Russell, Ky. JAMES LAFAYETTE JORDAN, JR., X, H K A . . . . Huntsville, Ala. JOHN THEO KARAPHILLIS, I P S Tarpon Springs, Fla. Pan-Hellenic Council; " Hullabaloo " Representative (3). THEODORE CANEPA KELLER, A K K Jacksonvile, Fla. Pan-Hellenic Council. Fifth Row: MORRIS WARD KILGORE, 9 K , H £ , B M . . . Goose Creek, Tex. JOE HILLIARD KIRBY, JR., N 2 N, A 8, O A K, K A Mullins, S. C. B.S. Degree. Tulane University. " T " Club; " Jambalaya " Business Manager (3). HANCKES AUGUST KLEIN, AKK New Orleans, La. B.S. Degree, Tulane University. Class Vice-President (2). WILLIAM WALSH KYLE, N£N, AKE New Orleans, La. History of Medicine Society. Sixth Row: RUDOLPH MATAS LANDRY, N 2 N, A K E . . . . New Orleans, La. History of Medicine Society. ATTIE GAINES LEEVES, A E I Tallulah, La. JOHN JACOB ASTOR LEVY, P £, £ E New Orleans, La. WOODROW WILSON LOVELL, t X Hot Springs, Ark. History of Medicine Society. ri7?] Qunla i u J First Row: ARTHUR BAINS LUNIN New York, N. Y. RALPH LEEVE3 McCARTY, GK Texarkana, Tex. History of Medicine Society. JAMES THOMAS McQUITTY Blainstown, Mo. B.S. Degree, Centr3l Missouri State Teacliers College. HARVEY CRAIG MAY, JR., ' I ' K i: New Orleans, La. JAMES COBB MILLS, O K -1 ' Henderson, N. C. Second Row: CHARLES BALDWYN MITCHELL, JR., X, K A . . . Starkville, Miss. JOSEPH HENRY MORRIS, AKK Maysville, Ga. LEE ROY MURPHREE. 6 K Okolona, Miss. WILLIAM GEORGE NICHOLS, JR., N S N, A K E, B M Orlando, Fla. " T ' ' Club; Class President (4); Boxing (4); Track (3, 4); Football (I, 2, 3, 4). RICHARD EDWIN NICHOLSON, N r N Dallas, Tex. Third Row: DONALD FENTON OVERDYKE, JR., X, A K E . . . . Shreveport, La. CHARLES ARCHLY PATTERSON, ! ' X, 2 A E ... Brookhaven, Miss. FLOYD LUCIUS PENINGER, 9 K + Alexandria, La. JOE CARLO PIRANIO Dallas, Tex. WINSTON EVERETTE RILEY, I X, S A E Eudora, Ark. Fourth Row: EARL WELCH ROBINSON Nash, Okla. History of Medicine Society. LILLIAN ETHEL (HARRIS) ROBINSON . . Helena, Okla. A V. I, K K r, 1! K, X A l , ' I- 2 WILLIAM CLICK ROBINSON, N 2 N, S A E Lexington, Ky. ARNOLD ROYAL, I A K Birmingham, Ala. " T " Club; History of Medicine Society. JOSEPH VINCENT SCHLOSSER, A K K, B M, A T A New Orleans, La. History of Medicine Society. Fifth Row: WARREN FELIX SERGENT Whitesburg, Ky. CHARLES RUSSELL SHERMAN Summerdale, Ala. JACK HAMBLEN SIMMONS, 0K , HKA Newgulf, Tex. " Hullabaloo " Representative. FEDERICO ALBERTO SMITH, JR., I I A Tegucigalpa, Hond. ROBERT NELSON SMITH, JR., 9 K -I ' , 2 N Mission, Tex. Sixth Row: WILLIAM NEWTON VALENTINE, N 2 N, I A 9 . . . Kansas City, Mo. GRANVILLE INMAN WALKER, JR., 9 K , F A . . . Hominy, Okla. JOHN CHILDRESS WALKER, JR., N S N, A 9 . . . Jackson, Miss. WILLIAM CHARLES WARNER, X Grenada, Miss. WILLIAM REVERE WELLBORN, JR., A K K, 2 A E . . . Elkin, N. C. Class Secretary (3). Seventh Row: WILLIAM RIGGS WHITEHOUSE, 9 K Cleburne, Tex. JAMES WISE WIGGINS, T K E Estancia, N. Mex. JOSEPH LORENZO WILSON, [ X, A X A . . Colorado Springs, Colo. RICHARD BRANDON WRIGHT, JR Salisbury, N. C. HARRY LOOMIS ZENGEL, JR., P £ New Orleans, La. msm m ' [176] • ncmnxyiaxiuxited. First Row: ROBERT GLENN ALLEN. ' 43, ' I ' K 2. K . . . . Pascagoula, Miss. History of Medicine Society. WILEY SUTTON ALLISON, JR., ' 44, [ ' . Fort Wortti, Tex. WILLIAM MIMS ALLUMS, ' 44, ' I X, K A Slireveport. La. BERNARD MORDECAI ALTSCHULER, ' 44, A K . . . Bayonne, N. J. intramural Unit Manager. Second Row: WALTER JOHNSTON ALVES, ' 43 Guntersville, Ala. HARVEY JAY AMSTERDAM, ' 44, •! A E, S A M . . . New York, N. Y. Cotillion Club; Honor Board; Sympiiony Orchestra. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM ANDERSON, ' 43, I X, A T A . . Hammond, La. HOMER QUARLES APPLEBY, ' 44, !• X, A X A Slaughter, La. Third Row: ARTHUR APPLEYARD, JR., ' 43, 6 K , A T SJ . . St. Petersburg, Fla. CHARLES FILSON BECKERT, ' 43, N v [, g Gadsden, Ala. HAROLD LEROY BEDDOE, ' 43 Tulsa, Okla. B.S Degree, Tulane University. History of Medicine Society. WILLIAM LOUIS BENDEL, JR., ' 44, K S Monroe, La. Honor Board. Fourth Row; JACK ARTHUR BERGFELD, ' 43, 6 K , A T S2 . . New Braunfels, Tex. History of Medicine Society; Honor Board. RALPH CHAMBERS BETHEA, ' 44, N S N Jackson, Miss. JOSEPH MICHAEL BISTOWISH, JR., ' 43, A K K, K S New Orleans, La. " T " Club. NORMAN ROBERT BLACK, ' 44, N S N, A T A . . . . Cheyenne, Wyo. Fifth Row: BEVERLY BLOOD, ' 44, AEI Alexandria, La. JAMES LIVINGSTON BOOTH, ' 44 Jackson, Miss. n K A, A K, A E A, n K A, H £ MICHAEL EPHREM BOUSTANY, ' 44, P S Lafayette, La. JOHN DURON BROWNING. ' 44. N S N, H K A . Daytona Beach, Fla. Sixth Row: CHARLES JOSEPH BURNHAM, ' 44, 9 K Bay Springs, Miss. MALCOLM BATES BURRIS, ' 43, 9K Clinton, Miss. ARTHUR ANTHONY CAIRE, III, ' 43, A K K , . . . New Orleans, La. ARTHUR ADOLPH CALIX, ' 44, P £, 2 n New Orleans, La. Campus Nite; Cotillion Club. 1177] l ndeAxyuAxii4XUe 4v, ii . THE ..Miiiiii U y ' ' - First Row: SISMUND CHES5ID, ' 44, •!■ A K New York, N. Y. MARTIN DURALDE CLAIBORNE, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. N : N. B e 11 BENAJAH BIBB COBB, ' 44, (1 K ' I ' Tuskegee, Ala. WAYLAND THOMAS COPPEDGE, JR., ' 43 . ... Jacksonville, Fla. . 1 X, 1 .V E, -I ' , B M JOEL IRVING CORN, ' 44, A K Long Beach, N. Y. Basketball (I); Glee Club (2)- Baseball (2); Intramural Basketball (3); Baseball (3); Football (3). Second Row; VINCENT PAUL C0R50, ' 44 Miami, Fla. B.S. Degree, University of Florida. JOSEPH JAMES CREELY, ' 44 New Orleans, La. GEORGE (deLEON) CUELLAR, ' 44, ' 1 P S Miami, Fla. DURANT OSMOND DABBS, JR., ' 44, N I N Gulfport, Miss. CHARLES RAY DAUNIS, ' 43, ' 1- I ' 1 Westwego, La. Third Row: PAUL McMlLLIAN DAVIS, JR., ' 43, X R " ' " " . La. WILLIAM DUNCAN DAVIS, JR., ' 43 New Orleans, La. fi K +, ' !• K 2, B K History of Medicine Society; Spectators. EDWARD FRANK DOMBROWSKY, ' 44 Miami, Fla. GEO RGE DORFMAN, ' 44, 4 E, S A M New Britain, Conn. JAMES LOVE DUNAGIN, ' 43, GK Decatur, Miss. Fourth Row; ARTHUR WILLIAM ECKHOUS, ' 44, A K, K N New York, N. Y. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society. JOSHUA LEROY EDWARDS, ' 43, N 2 N, K A . . . . Lake City, Fla. History of Medicine Society. ROBERT SMITH ELLIS, ' 44, X, K 2, T 1 E, A E A . . Drew, Miss. KENNETH VICTOR EVERTS, 44, N S N, 2 A E . . . Lake Worth, Fla. MARIE LOUISE EYRICH, ' 44 Natchez, Miss. Fiftn Row: JOHN WILLIAM FAULK, JR., ' 44, 1 X. K 2 Crowley, La. GEORGE ECKEL FELKNOR, JR., ' 43, N £ N, A T 2 . . Meridian, Miss. B.A. Degree, Maryville College. History of Medicine Society. JULIUS FINKELSTEIN, ' 44, A K New Orleans, La. MERVIN EDWARD FISCHMAN, ' 44 Irvington, N. J. ISRAEL FISHER, ' 43, A K, K N Magee, Miss. Sixth Row: WILLIAM DAKIN FITZGERALD, ' 43 Gkolona, Miss. eK , AXA, AEA Class Vice-President (2). WALTER FRANKLIN FRIEDLAND, ' 44, T E S . . . . Hackensack, N. J. JOSEPH FRANCIS GALE, ' 43, 6 K . T A .... Chillicothe, Mo. History of Medicine Society. J. T. GARREN, JR., ' 43, SK Turnersville, Tex. BROOX CLEVELAND GARRETT, JR., ' 44, X, A 9 . Shreveport, La. tl78] A na GAxMuate . First Row: MAURICE WESLEY GELDERT, JR., ' 43, •!■ I ' I , . . . New Orloons, La. Varsity Boxing (3, 4). JOSEPH ALLEN GIBSON, ' 43, n K ' I ' , ■!• K 1 . . . New Orleans, La. PLACIDO OSVALDO GONZALEZ, ' 44, •!■ I , San Juan, P. R, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN GOSRELL, ' 44, ' l . , i T Tulsa, Okla. HARRY BERTRAND GREENBERG, ' 43, ' I ' 4 PI, Z li ' I ' , New Orleans, La. Second Row: JOSEPH VINCENT GREGORATTI, ' 44, A K K, 2 n . . . Gretna, La. JERRY BOMAR GWIN, ' 43, i i; i , I A 9 Ada, Okla. Hisiory of Medicine Society. LEE EDWYN HALE, ' 43, l X Lubbock, Tex. RICHARD GLENN HAMILL, ' 43 Las Cruces, N. Mex. L0NG5TREET CAVETT HAMILTON, ' 44 Jackson, Miss. i. X, i X, A K, i H :;, A E A B. S. Degree, Millsaps College. Third Row: MARTIN BATES HARTHCOCK, JR., ' 44, N S N, H K A Clarksdale, Miss. DARYL PRESTON HARVEY, ' 43, ' ! X, K A Glasgow, Ky. JACK ROSS HAYS, ' 43, O K l ' Brady, Tex. WILLARD CLIFTON HEARIN. JR., ' 44, K A Greenville, S. C. JAMES JOHNSTON HICKS, ' 44, X, 2 A E Enterprise, Ala. Fourth Row: JAMES KARR HINTON, JR., ' 44, N S N, E X . . . . Collierville, Tenn. JEROME BYRON HIRSCH, JR., ' 43, I A E, Z B T . . Greenville, Miss. CURTIS RAY HOUSE, ' 43, A K K Naples, Fla. ROY EUGENE HUGHES, II, ' 44, A K K Gainesville, Tex. MARION WEST HURT, ' 43, G K Mayfield, Ky. Fifth Row: ALFRED QUINN HYDE, ' 43, N2N Long Leaf, La. GORMAN JAFFE. ' 44, $ A K New York, N. Y. JEROME BERTRAM KATZ, ' 44, I A E, Z B T . . . . New Orleans, La. History of Medicine Society. LEONARD KENNEDY KNAPP, ' 44, N 2 N, A T A . . . Lake Charles, La. NATHAN CURTISS LaFLEUR, ' 44 Opelousas, La. Sixth Row: CHARLES SPURGEON LANE, JR., ' 44, l S, K A . . Hattiesburg, Miss. RICHARD BENNETT LANGFORD, ' 44, X, A 9 . . Shreveport, La. HENRY LAURENS, JR., ' 44, N 2 N, A , A E A . . New Orleans, La. JOHN LAURENS, II., ' 44 New Orleans, La. N S N, A -I-, J B K, A E A MADISON JOHNSON LEE, JR., ' 44, N S N, B 9 H . . . Danville, Ky. hi. K. H E U ■t " " M V [179] u { (lleAxyiGxILuAieA. THE First Row: WILLIAM LEON, ' 43, A K, K N, B M . . . . . . New Orleans, La. History of Medicine Society. FRANK HENRY LINDEMAN, JR., ' 43, N S N, A Leesburg, Fla. History of Medicine Society; University Theatre. ALBERT WAYNE MAGNITZKY, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club- International Relations Club; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A. MEREDITH MALLORY, JR., ' 44, K , X Orlando, Fla. GEORGE CHARLES MANNING, JR., 44 Maplewood, N. J. (I K , . T S!, B M Second Row: JAMES CLAY MARTIN, JR., ' 44, K Weatherford, Tex. LOUIS MAYER. JR., ' 43 Baton Rouge, La. GEORGE THEODORE MELLINGER, ' 43, A K K, K S . New Orleans, La. CHARLES VACCARO MENENDEZ, ' 43, A K K .... New Orleans, La. JAMES WRIGHT MERRITT, JR., ' 44, !■ X, A 8 . . . . Colquitt, Ga. Third Row; WILLIAM CHARLES MILLER, ' 44, A K K Abbeville, La. HARVEY HAROLD MINTZ, ' 44, A E, Z B T . . . . Spring Hill, Ala. Giendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; International Relations Club; " T " Club. STANLEY ROBERT MINTZ, ' 44, t A E, 2 A M, B M . . . Monroe, La. JAMES URBAN MORRISON, JR., ' 44, K Shreveport, La. LEO LAWRENCE NASTA5I, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Fourth Row: THOMAS VERNON NICHOLS, JR. ' 44, N S N, A 8 . Canton, Miss. White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. GUY COLEMAN OSWALT, ' 44, X 2 , I T A Mobile, Ala. JOHN WILLIAM OVERSTREET, JR., ' 43 Starkvllle, Miss. N Z N. K A History of Medicine Society. RAY TIM PARMLEY, ' 44, 0K1 ' Electra, Tex. JOHN YOUNG PEARCE. ' 43, N 2 N Bellinger, Tex. History of Medicine Society. Fifth Row: CHARLES HUBERT PETTEWAY, ' 43, X, H K A . . . . Lakeland, Fla. FRANK MARION PHILLIPPI, JR., ' 43, X, 2 X Camden, Ala. ERNEST LEONARD POSEY, ' 44, N 2 N, 2 A E Jackson, Miss. WALTER DUSON PRESLEY. ' 44. K El Campo, Tex. JAMES EDWARD PRIDGEN, ' 43, N 2 N, 2 A E Cuero, Tex. Sixth Row: CHARLES STAVAULL PR0S5ER. JR., ' 44, N 2 N, 2 X . Alexandria, La. RAY CLINT PRUIT, ' 44 Lake Charles, La. FRANK PUINONES-JIMENEZ, ' 44 San Juan, P. R. History of Medicine Society. WILLIAM PAUL RAMEY, ' 44, N 2 N, A T fl Tampa, Fla. WILLIAM RAWLINGS, ' 43, AKK Sandersville, Ga. Student Body Secretary (2). Seventh Row: ANNE MAY REAGAN, ' 43, A E I Tulsa, Okla. PAUL BERNARD REASER, ' 43 New Orleans, La. B.S. Degree, Tulane University. HAROLD REDD, JR., ' 44, N2N, ATfl Lexington, Ky. HAROLD LEON ROSEN, ' 44, A K New York. N. Y. Baseball; Football. RAPHAEL ROSS, JR., ' 44, N 2 N, A 8 New Orleans, La. [180] l deAjcyuAJti xitel First Row: EUGENE CHARLES ST. MARTIN, ' 44. •!• X, X A K . . . . Houma, La. GEORGE THEODORE SCHNEIDER, ' 44 Now Orleans, La. N i; N, A ' I ' A, K A ' [ ' , ' I ' ' l Band; Sreenbackers; Honor Board; Intramural Council; Thirteen Club; T. U. ' R. K.; Y. M. C. A.; Class Vice-President (I), Secretary (2); Var- sity Tennis (2, 3). ALBERT BARNETT SCHONBRUN, ' 44, A E, 2 A M . . , Tampa, Fla. Glendy Burl e Literary and Debating Society. VIRGINIA SHIPMAN, ' 43, A E I Bartlesville, Okia, FELIX ALFRED SIEGMAN, ' 44, A K Brooklyn, N. Y. Second Row: UCA FRANCES SIMMS, ' 43, A E I Tulsa, Okla. JAMES JAY SLAUGENHOP, ' 44, K Vernon, Texas JACK pUINBY SLOAN, ' 44, N 2 N, n K A Lakeland, Fla. Greenbackers, White Elephants. SAMUEL OSCAR SMELSEY, ' 44, 9 K San Antonio, Texas WILLIAM LAMAR SMITH, ' 43, I X, B 9 H Wetumpka, Ala. Third Row: ANTHONY JOHN SPOTO, ' 43 Tampa, Fla. WILLIAM BATTE STANTON, ' 44, 1 X Fort Smith, Ark. SOL BAER STERN, JR., ' 44, f ' A E, S A M New Orleans, La. History of Medicine Society. GEORGE BRUNUS STEWART, ' 44 Carriers, Miss. B.A. Degree, Mississippi Southern College. HORACE HENRY STOVALL, ' 43, A K K, 2 H . . . . New Orleans, La. Fourth Row: ALVIN WEIL STRAUSS, JR., ' 43, A E, Z B T . . . Little Rock, Ark. " T " Club. MARGARET ESTELLE STUNTZ, ' 43, A E I St. Petersburg, Fla. JAMES PAUL SWEARINGEN. ' 43, I- X, I A 9 . . . . Shreveport, La. CAROLYNN DOWNS TALLEY, ' 43, A E I Dallas, Texas CHARLES DANIEL TAYLOR, JR., ' 43 Pass Christian. Miss. X 2 N, A 9 History of Medicine Society. Fifth Row: PERRY KING THOMAS, JR., ' 43, X 2 X, A 8 Tupelo, Miss. CONE JOHNSON THOMPSON, JR., ' 43, •!■ X, A T A . . . Tyler, Texas NORMAN WENDELL TODD, ' 44, 9 K Hickory Flat, Miss. DOUGLAS PAUL TORRE, ' 43, A T A, I B K .... New Orleans, La. MOTTRAM PETER TORRE, ' 43, ATA New Orleans, La, Sixth Row; WALTER JACQUES TRAUTMAN, JR., ' 43, T . . . New Orleans, La. B.A. Degree, Dartmouth College. History of Medicine Society. LOUIS IRA TYLER, JR., ' 43, 9 K , K 2 Baton Rouge, La. History of Medicine Society. EDMUND SEYMOUR UTKOV, ' 44 New York, N. Y. DAVID HUGH YARN, JR., ' 44, i X Fort Meade, Fla. ROBERT BRUCE WALLACE, JR., ' 43, N 2 N, A K E . Alexandria, La. Seventh Row: DAVID WEINSTEIN, ' 43, Z B T St. Augustine, Fla. " T " Club. MORTIMER SAMUEL WEINSTEIN, ' 43, 4 A E . . . . New York, N. Y. CAREY CLAYTON WOMBLE, JR., ' 43, A 9 ... . New Orleans, La. AH YET WONG, ' 44 Hilo, Hawaii RICHARD McDonnell woodruff, ' 44, a K K . New Orleans, La. Band {I, 2, 3, 4); Symphony Orchestra (I, 2. 3, 4). [181] First Row: J. Ainsworth, E. Cain, J. Dodson, L. Duranfe, J. Garcia, A. Holllster Second Row: T. Keller, L. Marcus, J. Packer, L. Robinson, A. Royal, E. Wagner OFFICERS JAMES M. PACKER ROBERT BALL Secretary MEMBERS Alpha Kappa Kappa Phi Chi Phi Rho Sigma A. C. Hollister J. T. Ainsworth Leiand P. Durante T. C. Keller Elisha J. Cain, Jr. John A. Garcia Nu Sigma Nu phi Delta Epsilon Theta Kappa Psi J. W. Dodson E. L. Wagner Robert C. Ball James M. Packer Julian Wiener Phi Lambda Kappa Leon Marcus Arnold Royal Lewis S. Robinson, Jr. MeSUuil Pan-tJielU4 4JC Qo ' 444ix d M M OMICRON CHAPTER Professional Medical Fraternity. Eastern Founded at University of Vermont in 1889; Soutliern at Louisville Medical College, 1894; Consolidated, 1905. Established at Tulane in 1902. Sixty-five Active Chapters. Colors: Olive Green and White. Flower: Lily of the Valley FRATRES IN FACULTATE George E. P. Barnes, M.D. Charles C. Bass, M.D. W. R. Brewster, M.D. Eugene Countiss, M.D. William Douglas, M.D. William Ehlert, M.D. E. D. Fenner, M.D. A. V. Friedrichs, M.D. Mims Gage, M.D. Thomas A. Glass, M.D. John T. Halsey, M.D. William H. Harris, M.D. Chaille Jamison, M.D. Robert C. Kelleher, M.D. H. W. Kostmayer, M.D. Edwin H. Lawson, M.D. Francis E. LeJeune, M.D. George King Logan. M.D. Randolph Lyons, M.D. H. R. Mahorner. M.D. John Menville, M.D. Leon Menville, M.D. Hilllard Miller, M.D. Ruble Moor, M.D. Neal Owens, M.D. Frank Ramsay, M.D. Spears Randall, M.D, Robert Teague, M.D. Perry Thomas, M.D. P. J. Thomas. M.D. William F. Thomas, M.D. Roy H. Turner, M.D. Willard R. WIrth, M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE First Row Joseph T. Ainsworth ' 42 Wiley S. Allison ' 44 William M. Allums ' 44 Augustus Anderson ' 43 Homer Appleby ' 44 Frank J. Baird ' 42 George S. Barnes ' 42 Robert T. Bonner ' 41 Harold Broadhead ' 42 Elisha J. Cain, Jr ' 41 J. Allen Chamberlain ' 42 Second Row Charles Crumpton ' 42 Harold Dark ' 41 McMillan Davis ' 43 Robert Ellis ' 44 Ben P. Evans ' 42 William Faulk ' 44 Richard D. Field ' 42 Broox Garrett ' 44 Grant Goldenstar ' 41 Ben F. Gorrell ' 44 Angus Grace ' 41 Third Row Lee Hale ' 43 Longstreet Hamilton ' 44 Daryl Harvey ' . . . . ' 43 James Hicks ' 44 William 1. Hunt ' 42 Willis Jondahl ' 41 James L. Jordan ' 42 C. Lane ' 44 Richard Langford ' 44 Jim Lauderdale ' 41 E. B. Lokey ' 41 Fourth Row John W. Long . . . . ■ ' 41 James Lopez ' 41 Woodrow Lovell ' 42 Dan Mcllvoy ' 41 John McLeod ' 41 James Merritt ' 44 Charles B. Mitchell ' 42 Frank Moore ' 41 Carl S. Nadler 41 Dan Overdyke ' 42 Charles Patterson ' 42 Fifth Row Charles Petteway ' 43 Frank Phllllppi ' 43 Alton R. Prult ' 41 Fred Rehfeldt ' 41 W. E. Riley ' 42 Gwin Robbins ' 41 Eugene St. Martin ' 44 Jack Scott ' 41 McHugh Simmons ' 41 William Smith ' 43 William Stanton ' 41 Francis Stone ' 41 Sixth Row " Orville Stone ' 41 Paul Swearingen ' 43 James Swindle ' 41 John Thomas ' 41 Cane Thompson, Jr ' 43 William P. TIce ' 41 Harry Tiller ' 41 David Varn ' 44 Samuel Williams ' 41 Joseph Wilson ' 42 W. Charles Worner ' 42 H. Murphy Yearwood ' 41 Not in Panel John Bennett ' 43 Hugh Lee Boyd ' 44 George Burson ' 44 Joseph B. Callahan ' 42 Jesse Colley ' 44 James Crabtree ' 43 Larry C. Delambre ' 42 Robert Dyer ' 44 Ted Everett ' 44 Walter Friday ' 43 George Gatouro ' 43 James Gilbert ' 43 Frank Gooch ' 43 Keller Griffin ' 44 Frank Hudgins ' 44 Henrv Hudson ' 41 Charles Hunt ' 42 Albert KImbriel ' 44 James Meadows ' 44 Gordon Nix ' 44 Marcel Patterson ' 41 John G. Riddler ' 43 Edwin Shappard ' 44 Knox Tate ' 43 August Turner ' 44 William Virgin ' 42 HInton Waters ' 42 Farrell Whitman " 44 Roy Young ' 43 m Qni n.ateAH4i4f ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Founded at Dartmouth College In 1888. Established at Tulane in 1903. 61 Active Chapters. Colors: Emerald and White. Flower: White Rose. Professional Fraternity. FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. Oscar W. Bethea Dr. William P. Bradburn. Jr. Dr. Joseph E. Brlerre Dr. Donovan C. Browne Dr. James C. Cole Dr. Conrad G. Collins Dr. Herman B. Gessner (Emeritus) Dr. Lloyd J. Hanckes Dr. John S. Herring Dr. Charles S. Holbrook Dr. Carl F. Moore Dr. Edward L. King Dr. Harry D. Morris Dr. Charles L. Landfrled Dr. Emile F. Naef Dr. Joseph D. Landry Dr. Gran V. Prejean Dr. Joseph H. Larose, Jr. Dr . Wilbur C. Smith Dr. Edward L. Levert Dr. Paul T. Talbot Dr. Ernest S. Lewis Dr. Richard W. Vincent Dr. Frank L. Loria Dr. Theodore A. Watters Dr. Morell W. Miller Dr. Robert A. Wise First Row J. M. Bistowish ' 43 R. J. Black ' 41 George Brandau ' 42 Arthur Caire ' 43 J. T. Davis, Jr ' 41 C. J. Gulotta ' 41 A. C. Hollister ' 41 Curtis House ' 43 J. T. F. Barwick ' 43 Grant Begley ' 44 R. H. Corales |42 Bearden Cunningham ' 44 Stuart De Lee ' 42 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Second Row Roy Hughes ' 44 Theodore Keller ' 42 Hanckes Klein ' 42 J, G. L. Lester ' 41 Theodore Mellinger ' 43 Charles Miller ' 44 Joseph H. Morris ' 42 Francis Nicholson ' 41 NOT IN PANEL Davis Laboiusse ' 44 J. P. Melvin ' 42 James Mullins ' 42 Claude Pasquier ' 43 Charles Rich ' 44 Third Row Robert Rawdon ' 41 William Rawlings ' 43 H. Guy Riche ' 41 J. A. Risser ' 41 J. V. Schlosser ' 42 Horace Stovall ' 43 Arthur Tedford ' 41 Frank Tugwell ' 41 William Wellborn ' 42 Charles Sherman ' 44 Gordon Soileau ' 44 Herbert Webb ' 43 John G. Wafer ' 43 AlfiUa Kofi pxi KofifUji PI CHAPTER Professional Medical Fraternity. Founded at Medical College of Virginia In Year of 1879. Established at Tulane In 1904. Thirty-one Active Chapters. Colors: Gold and Green. Flower: Red Rose. FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. J. N. Ane Or P. G. Lacroix Dr. R. H. Alldredge Dr. P. A. Mcllhenny Dr. Robert Bernhard Dr. H. E. Menage Dr. Charles L. Brown Dr. J. W. Myers Dr. Earl Z. Brown Dr W. H. Perkins Dr. W. R. Buffington Or J. M. Ramage Dr. W. W. Butterworth (Emeritus) Dr. J. W. Reddock Dr. J. A. Colclough Dr. A. F. Reed Dr. A. R. Crebbin Dr. P. W. Renken Dr. W. H. Gillentine Dr H. H. Russell Dr. F. J. Kinberger Dr J. T. Sanders FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE First Row Robert G. Allen ' 42 Arthur Appleyard ' 43 J. W, Austin ' 43 R. B. Austin ' 41 Walter Batson ' 42 Jack Bergfeld ' 43 Griff Bilbro ' 41 W. S. Bradley ' 42 Charles Burnham ' 44 Malcolm Burris " 43 A. J. Carroll ' 42 Ben Cobb ' 44 E. Aubrey Cox ' 41 Robert C. Ball ' 42 Robert Carsley ' 42 Robert Ferguson ' 43 Second Row V. A. Davidson . ' 42 William D. Davis ' 43 James Dunnegan ' 43 Guy Dunning " 42 A. A. Enzor " 41 Dakin Fitzgerald ' 43 Bill Futch ' 42 Joseph Gale ' 43 Richard Garre ' 42 J. T. Garren ' 43 Joseph Gibson ' 43 Jack Hays ' 43 W. C. Heibner ' 42 Third Row Marion Hurt ' 43 Charles Kessler ' 41 Morris Kllgore ' 42 Marvin N. Lymberis ' 41 Leeves McCarty ' 42 Meredith Mallory ' 44 George Manning ' 44 J. C. Martin ' 44 Robert J. Meade ' 41 J. V. Morrison ' 44 Lee Roy Murphree ' 42 Ray Parmalee ' 44 Floyd Penninger ' 42 Not in Panel David Greenlees ' 44 Jesse Henderson ' 44 Elton McAmIs ' 43 Charles H. Savage . . . _ ' 43 Donald Thibodaux ' 44 Joe Wark ' 42 Fouri-h Row Walter Presley ' 44 A. J. Richardson. Jr ' 41 L. S. Robinson, Jr. ' 41 Jack Simons ' 42 James Jay Slaughenhop ' 44 Sam Smelsey ' 44 R. N. Smith ■■42 Norman Todd ' 44 John Tribie ' 41 Louis Tyler ' 43 A. L. Walker ' 42 Bill Whitehouse " 42 Jack L. Wright ' 41 Charles Wilson ' 42 C. H. Workman, Jr ' 41 Itetcu ICG p pxi_Pii 1 .- ' m. «: ; BETA IOTA Professional Medical Fraternity. Founded at University of Michigan in 1882. Established at Tulane i 1910. Forty Active Chapters. Colors: Wine and White. Flower: Red Carnation. Dr. John J. Archlnard Dr Philip J. Bayon Dr. Edgar Burns Dr. Octave C. Cassegrain Dr. John S. Couret Dr. Charles Craig (Emeritus) Dr. Charles Duval Dr. H. Echols FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. Ralph G. Greenlee Dr. Irving Hardesty (Emeritus) Dr George Hardin Dr Warren H. Hebert Dr. Clement R. Jones Dr. Philip H. Jones Dr. Lucien Landry Dr. Frank Lock Dr. Merier G. Lynch Dr Rudolph Matas (Emeritus) Dr. Alton Ochsner Dr. Albert B. Pitkin Dr. John G. Pratt Dr. Ambrose H. Storck Dr. Martin T. Van Studdiford Dr. Richard P. Vieth Dr. E. Garland Walls Dr. John Weed FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE First Row Sam C. Atkinson. Jr ' 41 Charles Beckert ' 43 James C. Belk ' 41 Ralph Bethea ' 44 Norman R. Black ' 44 William P. Bradburn, III ' 42 Edward S. Bres. Jr ' 41 John Browning ' 44 Richard H. Butler ' 42 Claude G. Callender ' 42 Duralde Claiborne ' 44 Jason Collins ' 41 Second Row W. P. Coppedge, Jr ' 43 Durant Dabbs ' 44 Arthur Davison ' 43 John W. Dodson, Jr ' 42 E. W. Edwards ' 43 Kenneth V. Everts |44 George Felknor ' 43 Robert W. Forsythe ' 41 John P. Glover ' 42 Jerry B. Gwin ' 43 Elmer J. Harris ' 41 Martin B. Harthcock ' 44 Third Row Karr Hinton ' 44 Quinn Hyde ' 43 James H. Johnston . . ' 41 Joseph H. Kirby ' 42 Leonard K. Knapp ' 44 William Kyle ' 42 Rudolf M. Landry ' 42 Henry Laurens ' 44 John Laurens ' 44 Madison Lee. Jr ' 44 Frank Lindeman ' 43 Jack C. McCurdy ' 41 John F. McKenney, Jr ' 41 Fourth Row William G. Mason ' 41 Arthur Miller, Jr ' 41 Vernon Nichols ' 44 William G. Nichols, Jr ' 42 Richard E. Nicholson ' 42 Guy C. Ostwalt ' 44 John W. Overstreet ' 43 James M. Packer ' 41 John Y. Pearce ' 43 Ernest L. Posey ' 44 James Pndgen ... . .... ' 43 Charles Prosser ' 44 Paul W. Ramey . . ' 44 Fifth Row Harold Redd William C. Robinson . Ralph Ross, Jr. ... George Schneider - . . Jack P. Sloan ' 44 ■42 ' 44 ' 44 44 James M. Sutton ' 41 C. D. Taylor ' 43 P. K. Thomas ' 43 William N. Valentine ' 42 John C. Walker ' 42 Arthur J. Wallace ' 41 R Bruce Wallace ' 43 Arthur G. Williams ' 41 Not in Panel Thomas H. Baker ' 42 Arthur Davis ' 42 Stanford H. Hartmann ' 42 Melvin R. McCaskill ' 44 Joseph R. Mighell III ' 44 Henry H. Tiff, III ' 42 jf fu Bi(f4fVCiHu DELTA OMICRON ALPHA CHAPTER Professional Medical Fraternity. Founded at Northwestern Medical School in 1890. Established at ■ Tulane in 1918. 36 Active Chapters. Colors: Scarlet and Gold. Sidney Bliss, M.D. Roy E. De la Houssaye, M.D. Hugo T. Englehardt, M.D. John B. Gooch, M.D. Carl Cranberry, M.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE S. Hobson, M.D. Lloyd J. Kuhn, M.D. Jacques A. Magne, M.D. Anees Mogabgab, M.D. Marvin Smith, M.D. R. M. Street, M.D. Robert A. Strong, M.D. William A. Wagner, M.D. Julius M. Wallner, M.D. First Row Michael Boustany ' 44 Louis Ray Cabiran ' 41 Art Calix ' 44 George Cuellar ' 44 Charles Daunis ' 43 Second Row Leiand P. Durante ' 42 John Albert Garcia ' 42 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE George V. Gardiner ' 42 Maurice W. Geldert ' 43 John Theo Karaphillis ' 42 Third Row John J. A. Levy ' 42 Theodore F. Treating ' 41 Frederick A. Wild, Jr ' 41 Richard Wright ' 42 Harry L. Zengel, Jr ' 42 Not in Panel Jack Corbitt ' 44 Harold Morris ' 43 Raphael Nieto ' 44 Pedro A. Suau Perez ' 42 Victor E. Tedesco ' 42 Johnson Lee Turnage ' 42 Jl Ui HUo ' BiXj fuxi [ tM ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER Professional Medica F raternity. Founded at Cornell University In 1904. Es+c bllshed at Tulane In ; 1918. 53 Active Chapters. Colors: Purple and White. Flower : Hyacinth. FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. Emile B och Dr. Allen Goldman Dr. Paul L Marks Dr. Irving S Glassbe rg Dr. Julian Graubath Dr. Harry Meyer Dr. Abe So den Dr. Louis K. Levy FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Dr. Melvln D. Stelner First Row Second Row Third Row Harvey Amsterdam . . . . ' 44 Jerome HIrsch . ' 43 Sol Stern ... ' 44 Gilbert Balkin . . . . . . ' 41 Warren Jacobs Jerome Katz Harvey Mintz . ' 42 . ' 44 . ' 44 Alvln Strauss E L. Wagner . . ... ' 43 ' 41 . . ' 41 George Dorfman . . . . . ' 44 Mortimer Welnstein ... ' 43 Harold Ginsberg . . . Harold Greenberg . . . . ' 41 . . ' 43 Stanley MIntz Albert Schonbrun . ' 44 . ' 44 Isadore Wiener ' 41 Victor Witten . . . ' 41 NOT IN PANEL Harold Albert . . . ■. . . ' 44 Melvln Rosenthal , ' 44 Harry Wagenhelm . . . ' 43 Willard Marmelzat . . — . . ' 44 2 u elta Cf2A uL u Julian Wiener . . . ' 42 ' 1. ■ 1 1 ■ -4 ' PSI CHAPTER Professional Medical Fraternity. Founded at University of Pennsylvania in 1907. Established at Tulane in 1910. 24 Active Chapters. Colors: Blue and White. Flower: Century Plant. F RAT RES IN FACULTATE Dr. Sidney Jacobs Dr. Isadore Robbins Dr. J. D. Russ Dr. B. B. Weinstein First Row Bernard M. Altschuler ' 44 Signnund Chessid ' 44 Joel I. Corn ' 44 Arthur W. Eckhous ' 44 Julius Finklestein ' 44 Israel Fisher ' 43 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Second Row Irving S. Fox ' 41 Harold R. Goldfarb ' 41 Gorman Jaffe ' 44 William Leon ' 43 Leon Marcus ' 41 Seymour M. Miller ' 41 Third Row Arnold Royal Morris Schapiro Felix Seigman Milton Turner Edward Utkov ' 42 ' 4! ' 44 ' 41 ' 44 Not in Panel Edwin Ben Groner ' 43 Robert Picard ' 44 ■ing Sheen ' 44 Plu Jla PtMcia tCcufifUL MU CHAPTER Founded at University of Michigan in 1890. Established at Tulane In 1919. 24 Active Chapters. Colors: Black, White. Green. Flower: White Carnation. Professional Fraternity. FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. Wilhelmina Bacher Dr. Marie Dees-Mattlngly Dr. Grace Goldsmith Dr. Louise Ireland-Frey Dr. Maud Loeber Dr. Georglana von Longeoman FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE First Row Hermeiinda Cambra ' 41 Margery Goldberg ' 4! Violet Halfpenny ' 4! Marianne Hood ' 41 Attie Gaines Leeves ' 42 Anne Reagan ' 43 Second Row Lillian Harris Robenson Virginia Shipnnan . . . Uca SImms Margaret Stuntz . . . Carolyn Talley .... ' 42 ' 43 ' 43 ' 43 ' 43 Not in Panel Ruth Ga-cia Healy ' 42 Sara Griffin Mills ' 42 Trinidad Ramos ' 42 IpJtXl Cfli4lo4t 9oid. We believe in the tenets of abiding truth which is the guiding star of our Order. We believe in the helping hand which Is the bar which binds us In our calling. We believe in the unity of service to one another which lends to the weary a word of cheer, to the poor a portion of our share, to the weak a need of pity, to the stricken a voice of comfort, to the old a nnemory of youth, and to the wayfarer a help along to the journey ' s end. Our emblem will always be an inspiration to duty, remembering it stands for ex- cellence in all things, purity of purpose and honesty of method and effort, with the blessing of an Alma Mater upon each who bears our badge of honor. May our lives lie among the stars which light the way to the great mystery, and may we so live that when we reach the end of the road we may find the veil, which parted leads to the heights of everlasting peace. Sic ad Astra! STARS AND BARS CHAPTER (To be worthy to serve the suffering) OFFICERS DR. LLOYD HANCKES President DR. ALTON OCHSNER Counsellor DR EARL ZOLLICOFFER BROWNE Vice-President DR. MICHAEL DE BAKEY Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS ELECTED FROM CLASS OF 194! First Row Harold Samuel Ginsberg Joe Albert Risser James Cooley Belk Louis Ray Cabiran James Harvey Johnston, Jr. Samuel Gwin Robbins Second Row John Bowles Trible Arthur J. Wallace, Jr. Victor Herbert WItten HONORARY MEMBERS DR. MAXWELL LAPHAM, Dean . . Tulane School of Medicine DR. HAROLD CUMMINS . Professor of Microscopic Anatomy FACULTY MEMBER DR. EUGENE LeJEUNE . . . Professor of Oto-Laryngology AlpJixi Om exfa AlpJui i iiSxxiA I .itit iiismiis si im iiii rs liuiijii iti iii A Junior-Senior Interfrafernity Honor Society for the maintenance of high standards in the Medical School. Founded at Tulane in 1921. OFFICERS HARRY C. TILLER .... President SAMUEL GWIN ROBBINS . Vice-President WILLIAM GRAY MASON Secretary JASON HAYDEL COLLINS Treasurer MEMBERS First Row John Curtis Asher Jason Haydel Collins Robert Wallace Forsythe Richard Baker Austin, Jr Emelious Aubrey Cox James Frank Giadney. Jr. Ellsha Judkins Cain. Jr. Second Row James Harvey Johnston, Jr. Willis Holder Jondahl William Gray Mason James Malcolm Packer John Wade Long Carl Seepe Nadler, Jr. Joe Albert Risser Marvin Nicholas Lymberi Third Row Samuel Gwin Robbins Elbert Joque Soskis Harry Corbett Tiller Arthur G. Williams. Jr. Orville Patten Stone John Bowles Trlble Arthur J. Wallace. Jr. Not in Panel Henry Comfort Hudson Walter Samuel Williams : OmU GluL iHiii Member of the American Association of History of Medicine. Purpose: To unassumingly indulge In articulate thought on the history of medicine for the mutual profit and pleasure of the membership. To foster scholarship, and stimulate the maintenance of the finer tradition of the humanities In medicine. OFFICERS R. M. LAN DRY L. R. MURPHREE President Vice-President C. M. WILSON J. WIENER . W. J. TRAUTMAN Treasurer Secretary Corresponding Secretary Dr. A. E. Fossier Dr. C C. Bass Dr. Elizabeth Bass Dr. C. G. Collins Dr. tHarold Cummins Dr. E. C. Faust R S. Allen W. P. Batson J. W. Dodson J. L. Edwards R. W. Landry W, Leon F. C. Rehfeldt E. W. Robinson T. H. Baker R. C. Ball J. T. Barwick G. F. Begtey H. L. Beddoe J. A. Bergfeld E. L. Feenberg G. E. Felknor F. H. Lindeman W. W. Lovell A. Royal J. V. Schlosser E. W. Edwards E. B. Ferguson P. P. Gilchrist Dr. Maxwell Lapham Marie Louise Marshal Dr. H. S. Mayerson Dr R. S. Munger HONORARY MEMBERS Dr. Rudolph Mates FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. J. H. Musser Dr. Alton Ochsner Dr. I. L. Robbins Miss Alice Rogers FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE First Row H. Broadhead R. H. Butler A A. Caire C. G. Callender Second Row W. D. Futch J. R. Glover J. F. Gale J. B, Gwin Third Row M. N. Lymberis L. R. Murphree R. L. McCarty W. G. Nichols Fourth Row J. H. Simons W. J. Trautman C. D. Taylor J. B. Trible Not In Panel G. M. Martin J. G. Riddler H. hi. Morris C. H. Savage M. Patterson H. H. Tift Dr. H. E. Sigrist J. A. Chamberlain C. W. Crumpton W. C. Heibner W. I. Hunt R. E. Nicholson J. W. Overstreet L. I. Tyler W. N. Valentine S. A. Trufant H. H. Wagenheim L. Whifecloud Dr. Willie Sawatz Dr. E. P. Thomas Dr. Roy H. Turner Dr. B. B. Weinstein W. P. Davis W. W. Kyle C. A. Patterson J. Y. Pearce G. I. Walker J. C. Walker J. Wiener J. L. Wilson M. M. Zlskind cMntoA f, 0 MedicUte BooLetif, LEFT TO RIGHTr CARL DAILEY, WILLIAM WESTERFIELD, PHIL TRICE, AND MOREAUX JUMONVILLE OFFICERS OF THE CLHSES STUDENT BODY CARL F. DAILEY President WILLIAM P. WRIGHT Vice-President EDWARD D. FINLEY Secretary-Treasurer SENIOR CLASS WILLIAM WESTERFIELD President MAX MORELOCK Vice-President NAUMAN SCOTT Secretary-Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS PHIL TRICE President ROBERTINE RHYMES Vice-President JAMES WILKINSON Secretary-Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS MOREAU JUMONVILLE President ROBERT OLIVER Vice-President JAMES ERWIN Secretary-Treasurer t 194] b . -•■(,-5 --- 1 ; J .-i-v- ' Si jL: -: r - r - 5fe- ' ' v,. ' N, «:f k -iSferwt- . i« r:- u ' . ' , ,rir rK| K; W « ' Law Review at Work ROBERT A. PEIRCE Business Manager JlG4AJl KeiUeiu First Row: J. Anthony, D. Becker, T. Bell, F. Bronfin. Second Row; M. HIckey, F. Lob, G. Matthews, J. Miller. Third Row: M. Monroe, M. Morelock, B. Oppenhelm, A. Ralston. Fourth Row: L. Rosenson, K. Saloom, W, Stein, W. Wester- field, S. Wright. GEORGE A. WILSON, Faculty Advisor BOARD OF EDITORS LEONARD H. ROSENSON Editor-in-Chief D. HANLIN BECKER Civil Law Editor W. W. WESTERFIELD, JR Statutory Interpretation Editor FRED BRONFIN Book Review Editor A. E. RALSTON, JR Secretary FERDINAND M. LOB Index Editor SIDNEY WRIGHT Index Editor John Wood Anthony George B. Matthews Bernard K. Oppenheim Thomas O. Bell Joseph Bayard Miller Kaliste J. Saloom, Jr. Maunsel White Hickey Malcolm W. Monroe William Stein, Jr. Max M. Morelock ROBERT A. PEIRCE Business Manager- The Tulane Law Review is a legal periodical, published quarterly by the; faculty and students of the College of Law. It is devoted to Civil Law,, Comparative Law, and Statutory Interpretation. The Board of Editors is. composed of honor students in the Junior and Senior classes of the College.. Their function is to comment upon various phases of the law as well as recent- decisions of the courts. They are assisted by a Board of Alumni Editors, ai Board of Advisory Editors and a staff of Contributing Editors who represent: the highest type of lawyers and legal scholars in this country and throughout;- the world. The Board of Editors pride themselves upon their use of the comparative method of legal research, believing that to reveal the praiseworthy qualities as well as the shortcomings of different systems of law is an effective check upon tendencies to accept any one system as immutable. Although most of the material published In the Review Is written by mem- bers of the Board, its pages are open to all contributions which meet its standards of scholarship, research and literary style. In addlton to the student material, the Review also contains articles of interest written by members of the legal profession. Since its foundation in 1929 as the successor to the Southern Law Quar- terly, the Tulane Law Review has become recognized in the United States and abroad as a leading journal of Civil and Comparative Law, WM w The Moot Court system in the College of Law is especially designed to train students in the preparation and argument of cases. It is this practical aspect of the legal profession towards which the efforts of the Com- petition are directed. Technical training in research, brief writing, and forensics, the ordinary tools in the trade of a lawyer, form the foundation of the moot court work. The Board is composed of 12 ranking members of the Senior and Junior Classes. The work of the Board is to prepare the facts to be argued, to sit as justices on the Supreme Court of the State of Tulane, and generally to supervise and administer the Competition. In the a cademic year 1939-40, The Moot Court Com- petition was won by Hugh M. Wilkinson, Jr., and Joseph J. Picclone. Their names were engraved on a marble plaque in the College of Law Library. BOARD OF ADVISERS OFFICERS PAT FARRINGTON BASS •. . . . Chairman WILLIAM P. WRIGHT ' Secretary STEWART J. KEPPER Secretary ROBERT FARLEY Faculty Adviser MEMBERS PAT FARRINGTON BASS STEWART J. KEPPER GEORGE J. CHAIMPAGNE, JR. PETER R. MONROSE CARL F. DAILEY HOMER M. RANKIN GERALD MITCHELL DILLON STANLEY W. RAY. JR. EDWARD GOODELL KATHLYN M. ROOME WARREN GRAVES JAMES WILKINSON •WILLIAM P. WRIGHT, JR. ' Called into active service, U. S. Army, February 20. 1941. Senior Moot Court Trial First Row: P. Bass, C. Dailey, G. Dillon Second Row: E. Goodell. S. Kepper, H. Rankin Third Row S. Ray, K. Roome, W. Wright Senior 1 J First Row: THOMAS BARR. Ill New Orleans, La, PAT FARRINGTON BASS, ' !• A 9, A K, ' I A I ' . . New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya " (I, 2, 3, 4), Editor (5); Moot Court Board (4, 5), Chair- man (5); Pan-Hellenic Council; White Elephants; Social Club, Man- ager. DAVID HANLIN BECKER New Orleans, La. A T A, A A A, A •!•, I IS K B.A. Degree, Tulane University. Slendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; Greenbackers; Honor Board; La Societe du Droit Civil; Law Review; Spectators; University Theatre; White Elephants; Class President (4). Second Row: FRED BRONFIN, K . , B K New Orleans, La. B.A. Degree, Tulane University. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; Law Review; Spectators. ALICE MORGAN BYRON, K A 6 New Orleans, La. NOEL JOSEPH CIPRIANO, THT New Orleans, La. B.S., Louisiana State Univer sity. Third Row: FRED ALBERT COON, JR Monroe, La. CARL FRANCIS DAILEY, OAK Balboa, C. Z. Honor Board; Moot Court Board; Student Body President (6); Student Council; Football (I, 2, 3. 4), Alternate Captain (4). PIERRE RENAUD de la VERGNE, 1 A ' ! New Orleans, La. B.A., Notre Dame. La Societe du Droit Civil. Fourth Row; GERARD M. DILLON New Orleans, La. Moot Court Board. WALTER FREDERICK EIGENBROD New Orleans, La. B.A. Degree, Louisiana State University. Class President (5). RICHARD ANDREW ERASER, JR., K A Many, La. B.S., Centenary. Fifth Row: LONNIE GERSIN HARDY, TE T n Oil City, La. LOUIS Mcknight JONES, ■! a e, ! a New Orleans, La. " Hullabaloo " (3, 4), Business Manager (4); Football (I); Boxing (3, 4, 5); White Elephants; " T " Club. DAY ALFRED LINDBURG, ATA New Orleans, La. B.A., University of Iowa. [198] Senior 9 First Row: FERDINAND M. LOB, Z U T l ' B K, II M New Orleans, La. B.A. Degree, Tulane University. La Soclete du Droit Civil; Law Review; Spectators. JOSEPH BAYARD MILLER Waterproof, La. A T S2, ' I ' A I», [» ' I ' . AAA B.A. Degree, Tulane University. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Soclely; Green backers; Interna- tional Relations Club; " Jambalaya " ; Law Review; Moot Court Board, Secretary (5), Chairman (6); Pan-Hellenic Council; Class Vice-President (5). MAX MAURICE MORELOCK, B K, ' I A «I ' Haynesvllle, La. B.A. Degree, Tulane University. Law Review; Thirteen Club; Glee Club; Band; A Capella Choir; Class Vice-President (5); International Relations Club. Second Row: AUGUST A. NOBILE, JR New Orleans. La. B.A. Degree, Tulane University. ROBERT ALLAN PEIRCE New Orleans, La. Law Review, Business Manager (6). McMICHAEL PONDER. S X New Orleans, La. Third Row: ALFRED MAX FORTH New Orleans, La. ALEXANDER ERWIN RALSTON, JR., Z «I E .... New Orleans, La. B.A., Tulane University. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; Law Review. HOMER MEADE RANKIN New Orleans, La. A K E, A «[ ' . A K, K A ! B.A. Degree, Tulane University. Intramural Council, Director (6) ; Track; Class Vice-President ( I ) ; Pan- Hellenic Council, Secretary (4). Fourth Row: STANLEY WHITMIRE RAY, JR.. ATA New Orleans, La. B.A, Degree. Tulane University. Green backers; Moot Court Board; " T " Club; Thirteen Club; Basketball. WILBUR FORD REESE, B 9 H, A «[ ' New Orleans. La. Intramural Unit Manager; " Hullabaloo " ; Cheerleader. LEONARD H. ROSENSON, A S N. l K «1 .... New Orleans, La. B.A. Degree, Loyola University; M.A. Degree, Louisiana State University. La Soclete du Droit Civil; Law Review, Editor-In-Chlef; Spectators. Fifth Row: NAUMAN STEELE SCOTT. AKE Alexandria, La. B.A., Amherst College. MATTHEW CAREY THOMPSON Monroe, La. B.A., Spring HIM College. LEE LESLIE WATSON, JR New Orleans, La. SIDNEY WRIGHT. ZBT Eunice, La. B.A., Tulane University. La Soclete du Droit Civil; Law Review. J THE n [199] i u First Row: JOHN WOOD ANTHONY. -42. li M New Orleans. La. B.A. Degree, Tulane University. Freshman Forensic Council; Glerdy Burke Literary and Debating So- ciety, Speaker; Intemat ' onal Relations Club; Law Review; Oratorical and Debating Council, Chairman (4) ; Terri berry Contest Winner; Glendy Burke Oratorical Medal. JOSE LUIS BANOS, ' 42, ' t A 9, A A A New Orleans, La. B.B.A. Degree, Tulane University. Green backers: G!ee Club; Boxing; Track. JAMES WESLEY BEAN, ' 43 Merryvllle. La. Second Row: THOMAS OVERTON BELL. ' 42 Lak e Charles, La. A T i, f A , A A A B.A., Tulane University. La Societe du Droit Civil; Law Review; Spectators; Thirteen Club. PETER LOUIS BERNARD, JR., ' 43, K 1, A A A . . . New Orleans. La. CDtllllon Club, Chairman; Y. M C. A., Vice-President; Tulane Hand- book, Editor, Business Manager. FRANKLIN PIERCE BERRY, 43, -h A G Homer, La. Third Row; ARCHIE RAYMOND BOGGS. ' 42. B H, N . . New Orleans, La. B.A.. Tulane University. " HuMabd!oo, " Editor. JOHN CHARLES BOUTALL. AS Jefferson Parish, La. B.A., Tulane University. LLOYD PAUL BOUTTE, ' 42 New Iberia, La. B.A.. Southwestern. La Societe du Droit Civil. Fourth Row: ELSA ALYCE CAPO, ' 42, " l M New Orleans, La. WILLIAM HENRY CHURCH, ' 43, l K 1 New Orleans. La. HARRY LEE DEAS. JR.,. ' 43, 4 K S, A X 1 New Orleans. La. American institute of Chemical Engineers; Varsity Golf. Fifth Row: CHARLES JOSEPH DEBAILLON. JR., " 43, A Z «I . . . . Lafayette. La. B.A., Southwestern. Band. JOHN ATKINS DYKES, ' 43. 2 A E Shreveport. La. B.A., University of Alabama. EDWARD P. ECUYER. ' 43. KKA New Orleans. La. Glee Club; Careen backers. JAMES NEWTON ERWIN. JR., ' 43. 1 X Oakdale. La. [200] 4 xie uyuiAMiie First Row: RALPH JOSEPH FERNANDEZ, ' 43 Wallace, La. Band. EDWARD DAVIS FINLEY, ' 43. K A, O A K, A A A . New Orleans, La. " Hullabaloo " (2, 3), Business Manager (3); Intramural Council; Spec- tators; " T " Club; Varsity Boxing; Student Body, Secretary (4); Creen- backers; VVhite Elephants. HENRY CARTER FOSS, ' 43, SAE Chicago, III. Second Row: JULIAN PAYNE FRERET, ' 42, A T S2, B K ... New Orleans, La. B.A. Degree, Tulane University. " Hullabaloo, " Sports Editor (6); Student Body, President (4); Student Council (4). HOWARD BATTLE GIST, JR., ' 43, K A Alexandria, La. THOMAS SAMUEL GLASS, ' 43, K S New Orleans, La. University Theatre; Varsily Football. Third Row: EDWARD KELLERMAN GOODELL, ' 42, l K S . . . New Orleans, La. B.A. Tulane University, tvloot Court Board. WARREN GRAVES, ' 42, K A Shreveport, La. B.A., Centenary. Moot Court Board. FORD WINSTON HALL, ' 43 Comnnerce, Tex. B.A., East Texas State Teachers College. Fourth Row: JAMES WELLS HAMMETT, ' 43, K A Shreveport, La. B.A., Washington and Lee. TOM COONEY HALL, ' 43, K 1, t New Orleans, La. Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. MAUNSEL WHITE HICKEY, ' 42 New Orleans, La. K A. A K, B r 2, A A A B.B.A. Degree, Tulane University. " Hullabaico " ; Law Review; Student Body, President (4); Student Council (4). Fifth Row: MOREAU JAMES JUMONVILLE, ' 43, A K E, New Orleans, La. B.A. Degree, Tulane University. Cotillion Club; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Intramural Unit Manager; Pan-Hellenic Council; " T " Club; Thirteen Club; Intramural Basketball, Tennis; Varsity Football; Class President (5). STEWART JOSEPH KEPPER, ' 42, $ A 9, , A . New Orleans, La. B.A. Degree, Tulane University. " Hullabaloo " (4, 5), Business Manager (5); " Jambalaya, " Business Manager (3); Moot Court Board. WILLIAM HOWARD KUNTZ, ' 43, K 2 New Orleans, La. Cheerleader (I, 2, 3, 4), Head (4); Cotillion Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; " T " Club; T. U. R. K.; Varsity Boxing. [201] u iijcienxyuicLuiieA J v ViJ ' KV ' iif ' ?fHSrii ' ' t)l ' ' ' « ' ■ " " wm " m 1 ■ ■ i-il ■ it fK] - ' l 1 a i km k • .:m i First Row: JOHN FRANCIS LATHAM, ' 43, S X New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrall. ROBERT MARTIN LATHROP, ' 42, li 9 n New Orleans, La. B.A. Degree, Tuiane University. Intramural Unit Manager; International Relations Club; Cotillion Club; Class Vice-President (3), President (4); Greenbackers; Baseball. LEE PHILIP LOTTINGER, JR., ' 43, £ E, A !! Houma, La. Cotillion Club; Glee Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K.; Track. JOHN L. McGEE, ' 42, Ben Hammond, La. Intramural Unit Manager; " T " Club, President (5), Vice-President (2); Basketball; Track. Second Row; BUCK W. McNEIL, 42 Lubbock, Tex. B.A., Texas Tech. GEORGE BERNARD MATTHEWS, ' 42 New Orleans, La. K A, ' [• B K, A A A, I A B.A. Degree, Tuiane University. Law Review; Spectators. HENRY ALVAN MENTZ, ' 43, A T A, A A A Hammond, La. Honor Board; International Relations Club, MALCOLM WILFRED MONROE, ' 42, ■!. K S, A . New Orleans, La. Band; La Soclete du Droit Civil; Law Review; Spectators; Class Vice-President (4). Third Row: PATRICK CALVERT MURPHY, ' 43, i A 9 Natchitoches, La. B.A., Louisiana State Normal. ALINE J. NOBILE, ' 43 New Orleans, La. ROBERT EUGENE O ' BRIEN, ' 42 Shreveport, La. WILLIAM JOSEPH O ' HARA, JR., ' 43, B 9 H .... New Orleans, La. Varsity Baseball. Fourth Row: ROBERT BLOUIN OLIVER, ' 43, B 6 II Monroe, La. Cotillion Club; Greenbackers; Intramural Council; Thirteen Club; Varsity Golf, Class Vice-President (4). BERNARD KAHN OPPENHEIM, ' 42, S A M, 1. B K . New Orleans, La. B.A. Degree, Tuiane University. Law Review. ROBERT JOSEPH OSTER, ' 42, A S I New Orleans, La. B.A Degree, Tuiane University. WILLIS THOMAS OWENS, JR., ' 43 Haynesville, La. Fifth Row: CHARLES DAN PIQUE, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Soclery. EDMUND RIESNER POWERS, ' 43, 2 A E Houston, Texas Pan-Hellenic Council. ROBERTINE JUANITA RHYMES, ' 42, A A H Monroe, La. B.A., Newcomb College. Class Vice-President (5). LILLIAN ELIZABETH RIDNOUR, ' 42 New Orleans, La. [202] HxieAxyu uiMxite . First Row: KATHLYN M. ROOME, ' 42, ]J I» A New Orleans, La. B.A., Newcomb College. Mcot Court Board. HENRY CLARENCE SABRIO. ' 43 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Naval Publication, Sports Editor; Intra- mural Basketball, Football, Softball, Soccer. KALI5TE JOSEPH SALOOM, ' 42, IT K A, H I ' M, A «I 12, Lafayette, La. B.A. Degree, Southwestern Louisiana Institute, La Societe du Droit Civil; Law Review. MELVIN IRA SCHWARTZMAN, ' 43, Z B T New York. N. Y. Varsity Tennis. Second Row: JAMES CORBETT SENTER, JR., ' 43 New Orleans, La. A T S2, A K. A A A. B K B.A. Degree, Tulane University. Student Body, President (4); Student Council. BELL F. SIEGEL. ' 43 New Ycrk. N. Y. M.S., Simmons College; B.A., University of Michigan. WILFORD MURRAY SMITH, ' 42, 11 K A Bogalusa, La. B.A. Degree. Tulane University. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; International Relaiions Club, ' President (4); Oratorical and Debating Council; Y. M. C. A. WILLIAM STEIN, JR., ' 42, Z B T Natchez. Miss. Law Review. Third Row: BARRY STUBBS, ' 43, AKE Monroe, La. B.A., Yale University. Glee Club. WILLIAM ROBERT TETE, ' 43 K S New Orleans, La. Greenbackers; Oratorical and Debating Council; Pan-Hellenic Council. EMMETT YOUNG TH0MA50N. JR.. ' 43 New Orleans. La. Band. WALTER CHILLINGWORTH THOMPSON, ' 43, N .... Kenner, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; " Hullabaloo. " Associate Editor (4); International Relations Club; Bardies. Fourth Row: OSCAR J. TOLMAS, ' 43. K N New Orleans. La. Band; Glee Club; Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society, Vice- Speaker; International Relations Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; Specta- tors; Bardies, President. PHIL TRICE, ' 42, [ K A, A X New Orleans. La. B.A. Degree, Trinity University. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society. Secretary-Treasurer; Ora- torical and Debating Council, Treasurer; Class President (2). FRANK VOELKER, JR., ' 43, A K E Lake Providence, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " WILLIAM BRADLEY WAIT, ' 42, I A 6 New Orleans, La. B.A. Degree, Tulane University. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; Oratorical and Debating Council, Chairman; White Elephants. Fifth Row: WILFORD STANLEY WALLER, ' 43, A T fi Shreveport. La. B.A., University of Alabama. JACKSON P. WARD, JR.. ' 42. IN New Orleans, La. HENRY WORNER, III., ' 43, K S New Orleans, La. Football Manager. WILLIAM P. WRIGHT, JR., ' 42 Charleston, Mo. B.S., University of Missouri. Moot Court Board; Student Body Vice-President; Student Center Council. m H El [203] If m Ill ji _ l_ .. Jf - f - ) •;:• - f! ■ ' f •.? ' " cij . First Row: P. Bas!, D. Becker, T. Bell, P de la Vergne, L. Jones, S. Kepper Second Row: G. Matthews, J. Miller, M. Monroe, M. Morelock, H. Rankin, F. Reese Founded at Michigan in 1869. Established at Tulane in 1911. Purpose: To promote a higher standard of professional ethics and culture in Law Schools throughout this country. OFFICERS W. FORD REESE President PIERRE de la VERGNE Treasurer JOSEPH BAYARD MILLER Secretary WILLIAM W. WESTERFIELD Historl MEMBERS PAT F. BASS JOSEPH BAYARD MILLER D. HANLIN BECKER THOMAS BELL PIERRE de la VERGNE CARNEAL GOLDMAN LOUIS JONES STEWART KEPPER GEORGE MATTHEWS MALCOLM MONROE MAX M. MORELOCK EDWARD MUNSON HOMER RANKIN W. FORD REESE WILLIAM W. WESTERFIELD JAMES WILKINSON 1204] ijiw ' iSfM ' ! ' ' mmmm La Societe du Droit Civil was founded in 1938 by a group of Law students who were interested in extra-curricular research and discussion of Louisiana legal history and civil law. At stated intervals nneetings are held at which papers are pre- sented by members of the group, followed by general round table discussion by the other members and their guests. These papers are bound and placed in the Tulane Law Library. In the brief period of its existence, La Societe has made a marked contribution to Louisiana legal culture. PIERRE de la VERGNE President THOMAS BELL Secretary C. J. MORROW Faculty Adviser LEONARD OPPENHEIM Faculty Adviser tm Firs Row; L. Ba.ios, D. Becker, T. Bell Second Row: L. Boutte, P. de la Verqne, L. Jones Th rd Row: F. Lob, M. Monroe, K. Saloom MEMBERS LOUIS BANOS THOMAS BELL EUGENE BOUTTE HANLIN BURKE GEORGE CHAMPAGNE PIERRE de la VERGNE LOUIS McK. JONES FERDINAND LOB FRANK MORTON MALCOLM MONROE C. J. MORROW LEONARD OPPENHEIM KALISTE SALOOM 1205: LEFT TO RIGHT: K. HODGE, L. S T O L L E N W E R C K, E. R E N A U D, M. MARION, M. HOCHENEDEL OFFICERS OF THE CLHSES STUDENT BODY KATE HODGE President DONA THISTLETHWAITE Vice-President RUTH GORDON Corresponding Secretary ROUTH TROWBRIDGE Recording Secretary PAT STITES Treasurer MARY JANE HUTSON President of Student Council SENIOR CLASS LOUISE STOLLENWERCK President ELIZABETH DAVIES ALLEE Vice-President MAIDA MOTER Secretary JANE HINDS Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS ESTHER RENAUD President M ' ADELE SCOTT Vice-President CLESTE DOUGLAS Secretary BETTY SCHOBER Treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS MOONYEEN MARION President ROSEMARY MAYES Vice-President MARIAN FOLLETTE Secretary NITA KIDD Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS MABEL HOCHENEDEL President SHIRLEY LIDDELL Vice-President [206] J i. ' :- ' ' -- Se4 yUt « ■v ll [l] J First Row: ELISABETH DAVIES ALLEE New Orleans, La. Senior Class Vice-President (4}; Lampyrids. THERESA RAY ANDERSON, X f! Jackson, Tenn. Art Club; International Relations Club; Resident Student Government. HARRIETTE ANNE ARMSTRONG Atlanta, Ga. Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. Second Row: BETTY BETHEA. KKT, AIS New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Greenbackers; T. U. R. K. SARA ANN BLOCH, A E Selma, Ala. Pan-Hellenic Council. HELEN MARGARET BRES, KAG New Orleans, La. Pan-Hellenic Council. Third Row: FRANCES ELIZABETH BROOKS, Z T A Summit, N. J. CATHERINE ADELAIDE BROOKSHIRE Kaplan, La. A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; University Theatre. BARBARA DEAN CAMPBELL, A H New Orleans, La. Art Club, Treasurer; " Jambalaya, " Newcomb Editor; Student Govern- ment. Fourth Row: ALICE OSWALD CARTER, KAG New Orleans, La. GRACE CHAVANNE, K K I ' New Orleans, La. ELIZABETH CATHERINE COATE . Arkadelphta, Ark. Glee Club; Lampyrids; Y. W. C. A. Fifth Row: SARA ELIZABETH COBB, ZTA Dallas, Texas Art Club; Resident Student Government. HENRIEHA COLLEY, X a Grantville, Ga. Art Club; Camera Club. DOROTHY MAE COOLEY, M Slidel, La. Spanish Club; Oreades. [208] SenloAA. First Row: ELENOR RAMSAY CREBBIN. AAA New Orleans, La. Classical Club; Greenbackers. ALMA CECILE DRESNER. A E I» New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Dance Club; T. U. R. K. ETHELYN BRINGIER EVERETT. B 1 A New Orleans, La. " Hullabaloo " ; Spanish Club, President; University Theatre. Second Row: MARIE LOUISE EYRICH Natchez, Miss. HELEN COYLE FERRANDOU, A O H New Orleans. La. Cotillion Club, Executive Committee; Greenbackers; " Jambalaya. " RACHEL LEAH FINEGOLD New Orleans, La. University Theatre. Third Row: JEANNE OLIE FINKE, BSO New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; International Relations Club; La TertuIIa; Handbook Editor; Pan- Hellenic Council; Student Council. SARAH ELLEN GILLESPIE, AAH ' Hattiesburg. Miss. Resident Student Government. MARGARET GLENN, AOn Lincolnton. N. C. Art Club, President; Camera Club. Fourth Row: BEHY LEE GOUGH New Orleans. La. Glee Club; Operetta. CAROLYN VIVIAN GRIFFITH, A A n Slidell, La. Spanish Club. ANNE GORDON HARPER. KAG Augusta, Ga. House Council. Fifth Row: MARTHA LILLY HARPER, KAG Minden. La. Resident Student Government; Student Government; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil; Student Council. CATHERINE UkWi. HARRIS, K K T New Orleans, La. EMMA BARBARA HARRISON, i M Forest, Miss. Cotillion Club; Greenbackers. u [209] Senio- U « MIMI ELIZABE TH HARRY, K K T, 8 N New Orleans, La. " Hullabaloo, " Society Editor, " Jambalaya, " Newcomb Business Man- ager. JANE ELIZABETH HINDS, f .M New Orleans, La. Class Vice-President (3); Class Secretary (4); Glee Club; Lampyrids; University Ttieatre. BETTY CHAUVIN HOCHENEDEL, K K T, A S S .... Houma, La. Art School President; Art Club; Athletic Council; Student Government; Student Council. Second Row: KATE HODGE, M, A S S New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Student Government; Student Council; T. U. R. K.; Y. W. C. A.; Who ' s Who in American Universities and -Colleges. MARY JANE HUTSON, BIO, ASS New Orleans. La. President Student Council; Student Government; T. U. R. K. HENRIETTE JANICE KAHN, A E New Orleans, La. Art Club; Jennie Nixon Debating. Third Row: ALMA FRANCES LECKERT New Orleans, La. LELLA MARY LEVINE, M New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; Lampvrids. ANNETTE SHIFRA LISITZKY New Orleans, La. A Caoella Choir; Glee Club; Orchestra, Librarian. Fourth Row: CAROLYN ALICE LONG, B 1 A New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Lampyrids; Pan-Hellenic Council. EVELYN THOMPSON LOWE, K K T New Orleans, La. JANE MclNTOSH, ZTA Memphis, Tenn. Art Club. Fifth Row: ARDATH MARY MARKEL. A O n, 9 N New Orleans, La. Class Treasurer (3); " Hullabaloo, " Newcomb Editor; La Tertulia; Stu- dent Government. RENiE DAVID MIE5TER, M, A £ 2 New Orleans, La. Pan-Hellenic, Secretary-Treasurer; Glee Club; Operetta; University Theatre. FRANCES WHITE MORRISS Birmingham, Ala. Art Club. [210] Senio- 6. r-irst Row: MAIDA KATHLEEN MOTER New Orleans, La. Class Treasurer (4); Dance Club; Lampyrlds; Athletic Council; Student Council. LOIS GLENNON MURPHY Gretna, La. ALINE JOEL MOBILE New Orleans, La. Second Row: ADELE LEAH PICK New Orleans, La. NADINE ESTHER ROBBERT, .A. A n, K A n .... New Orleans, La. Cheerleader; Cotillion Club; Dance Club, Treasurer; Jennie Nixon De- bating; Lampyrids; Pan-Hellenic Council; Spanish Club, Corresponding, Secretary; T. U. R. K. PATRICIA ROBERTSON, AOH New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya " ; Pan-Hellenic Council. Third Row: ISABEL ANN SALOOIvi, n r M, H K A Lafayette, La. " Hullabaloo. " ELIZABETH GALLIANO SANDOZ, A It ' New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya. " HILDA ROSE SCHNEIDER New Orleans, La. International Relations Club; Jennie Nixon Debating; Lampyrids; Y. W. C. A. Fourtti Row: ELIZABETH SHOAF New Orleans, La. Glee Club. MARY C. SINCLAIR, K K F New Orleans, La. Campus Night, Chairman; International Relations Club; Student Coun- cil, Vice-President; Executive Committee. LOUISE HARRISON STOLLENWERCK, A A H ... Uniontown, Ala. Class President (4); Lampyrids; Resident Student Government; Student Government; Student Council. Fifth Row: MARY AGNES SULLIVAN New Orleans, La. Lampyrids: Athletic Council; Tennis. MYRTLE GLADYS SWAYNE New Orleans, La. Music School President; A Capella Choir; Glee Club, Accompanist; Orchestra, President (3), Vice-President (4); Student Government; Operetta; Student Council; Symphony Orchestra. [211] in n ' ■ ' ■ - ' ¥i u IHI n OL ' ■ ' ' ' " " M Senior u V a First Row: BETTY TANENBAUM. Z T A Waco, Texas Art Club; Pan-Hetlenic Gouncil; University Theatre; Mistress of Dec- oration. MARY LOUISE THALHEIM Gretna. La. DORA SUTLIFFE THATCHER, A A H Houma, La. Oreades. Second Row: DONA THISTLETHWAITE, KKT Opelousas. La. Student Body Vice-President; Student Center Council; Art Club; Resi- dent Student Government; Student Government; Blackout Club; Women ' s Christian Temperance Union. EDITH ALICE TROTTER New Orleans. La. Orchestra; Dance Club. MURL ANNA UMBACH New Orleans, La. Dance Club; Orchestra. Third Row: MARY ELIZABETH VENTURELLA, 9 N New Orleans. La. Oreades; " Hullabaloo, " Assistant Newcomb Editor; Jennie Nixon De- bating. FRANCES WATSON. KKT Memphis, Tenn. Athletic Council; Resident Student Government; Y. W. C. A. ELINOR TERRY WELSH, KKT New Orleans, La. Fourth Row: MARGARET LEE WENDT, l M New Orleans, La. Art Club; Cotillion Club; Glee Club; Lampyrids. GLORIA MAE WIMBERLY New Orleans, La. MARY ANN ZARRILLI New Orleans, La. Glee Club. " ftv f ' " ' P [212] unlCf First Row: CAROLYN BARBARA ALBRECHT, A A II New Orleans La. Lampyrids. RUTH ELIZABETH ALBRECHT, A A H New Orleans La. International Relations Club, Secretary; Lampyrids. MARY ALPAUGH, II B New Orleans La. La. EUNICE JANE ALWES, B A Donaldsonville University Theatre. Second Row: MARY LLOYD ANDREWS, X S2 Brunswick, Ga. Assets; Athletic Council; T, U. R. K. ADELINE ARONSON, I 2 2 New Orleans La. Glee Club; International Relations Club; Pan-Hellenic Council. GRACE PHYLLIS BEATROUS, K A 9 New Orleans, La. Art Club. BETTY BERNHARD Birmingham Ala. Art Club; Dance Club. Third Row: LUBA BERSADSKY New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Operetta; Oreades. MARY GERTRUDE BERTHIER, K A 9 Monterrey, Mexico Pan-Hellenlc Council. BETTY BERNICE BEYER, B A New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Jennie Nixon Debating; Y. W. C. A. KATHRYN EUGENIE BLISH Shreveport, La. Fourth Row: MARTHA JEAN BOLDING, K A 9 Wichita Falls, Texas Art Club; International Relations Club. VIRGINIA SYBIL BROWNSON, A II New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Catholic Club; Glee Club; Orchestra; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council. VIOLET ESTELLE BRUNILA, B A New Orleans, La. Spanish Club, Recording Secretary; Y. W. C. A. GWENDOLYN RUTH BUHLER, K A 9 New Orleans, La. Lampyrids. Fifth Row: LUCY ANITA BYRNE New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Jennie Nixon Debating; Tennis. MARY YVONNE CAHAL, M New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; Greenbackers; University Theatre, Executive Secretary; Y. W. C. A. MAIZIE MARIE CARAVELLA La Place, La. LEAH ELIZABETH CASTILLON New Orleans, La. Dance Club. T H E.i s [213] s D[ uhIoa6. First Row: SUE CLARK CLEVELAND, II I! I Memphis, Tenn. ETHELYN CATHERINE COUSIN, Z T A Slireveport, La. Greenbackers; University Tfieatre, ALICE FILLEUL DAYRIES, K A 9 New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya. " JOSEPHINE CELESTE DOUGLAS, n B I New Orleans, La. Class Treasurer, (3); Attiletic Council. Second Row: DOROTHY DOWLING New Orleans, La. Camera Club; Lampyrids. AUDREY LORRAINE DUFFY Gretna, La. CATHERINE STEELE DUNCAN, A IF New Orleans, La. KATHRYN EDWARDS, ' l M Atlanta, Ga. Art Club; University Theatre. Third Row: CORINNE AUGUSTIN ESHLEtvlAN, IT B f New Orleans, La. DORIS URSULA FAGAN New Orleans, La. Catholic Club. SADIE RUTH FELDMAN, S 2 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; International Relations Club. CLAUDIA PEGGY FENNO, K K r New Orleans, La. Assets; University Theatre. Fourth Row: FLORA MAE FERAUD New Orleans, La. ELSIE TERESA FIELD Mobile, Ala. International Relations Club; Jennie Nixon Debating; Y. W. C. A. MARY BOOTHE FRANCIS Atlanta, Ga. Cotillion Club; University Theatre. JANE ELIZABETH GALLAHER, A n New Orleans, La. Fifth Row: CORINNA ERWIN GANT, AAIX Burlington, N. C. Glee Club; Operetta. SHIRLEY ADEIE GARROT, BSO New Orleans, La. Camera Club; " Jambalaya " ; Lampyrids; Y. W. C. A. JANICE SHIRLEY GINSBERG, A E Alexandria, La. Assets; " Hullabaloo " ; International Relations Club, Treasurer; Jennie Nixon Debating, Chairman; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre; Finance Committee. LA PEINE HILL GLADDEN, K A 9 New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Student Council; Y. W. C. A.; Hockey. [214] QuHiXf First Row: SUSAN ODEN GREER, KA0 Shreveport, La. Glee CIud; Orchestra; Operetta. VIOLET MAY GREMAR, M New Orleans, La. Dance Club; Glee Club. FRANCES GRIFFIN, 11 B 1 Ann Arbor, Mich. Art Club; Glee Club; Orchestra; Symphony Orchestra. NELLIE-MAE GUNN, Adn New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Glee Club, President; International Relations Club; Orchestra: Operetta; Y. W. C. A. Second Row: MARY ANN HACKETT, 11 B New Orleans, La. Lampyrids. IDA SLYVIA HART Jackson, Miss. DOROTHY WILHELMINA HARTLEY New Orleans, La. GAIL HAUSMANN, A E f . . . . ' New Orleans, La. International Relations Club. Third Row: JEAN ADAIR HAYWARD, ZTA Kansas City, Mo. Y. W. C. A. HARRIET HEIDLER, X fl Mt. Vernon, III. Art Club; International Relations Club; Resident .Student Governnnent. SARA CECILE HEIM, £2 New Orleans, La. Classical Club; Cotillion Club; Glee Club; University Theatre. GLORIA BETTY HILL, KKT New Orleans, La. Art Club. Fourth Row: DOROTHY HELEN HILLER, A E « New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; Water Color Club. MILDRED AMELIE HILLER New Orleans, La. Art Club; University Theatre. ELSA HOEHN, X n New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Greenbackers. TATIANA HOFSTRA New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. Fifth Row: JANE JORDAN, X a Victoria, Texas Art Club; Cotillion Club. WESTLEY RITA KAISER New Orleans, La. Glee Club. MARY CATHERINE KELLY, M New Orleans, La. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; " Jambalaya. " ALICE ANNE KINABREW, X n New Orleans, La. Glee Club. u [215] f rn P i J L - unlo First Row: VIRGINIA BAUMAN KYLE, n B New Iberia, La. Art Club; International Relations Club; Blackout Club; W. C. T. U. EUNICE ANN LANPHERE, Z T A Wichita Falls, Texas Art Club. ROSE HARDING LAPEYRE, X fl Jacksonville, Fla. Art Club. MARY LORENA LEAKE New Orleans, La. University Theatre. Second Row: DORA JANE LEDGERWOOD Hot Springs, Ark. A Capella Choir; Dance Club; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A. MARY ELAINE LEVERICH, HB New Orleans, La. Pan-Hellenic Council. BLANCHE LISCHKOFF, AE$ Pensacola, Fla. International Relations Club. EMILIE ELLIOT LOCASCIO, A Tt New Orleans, La. T. U. R. K. Third Row: MARIAN BARBARA LOTRUGLIO New Orleans, La. Classical Club; International Relations Club; La Tertulia. MELBA EVELYN LOU BAT New Orleans, La. FLEURETTE ADORSE LURIE, A E New Orleans, La. Glee Club; International Relations Club. MURIEL ANN LYONS, ■! M New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; Operetta; Water Color Club. Fourth Row: GAYLE RHOADE5 MARSCHALL, A n New Orleans, La. SHIRLEY JEAN MARTIN, K A 9 Wichita Falls, Texas Art Cub. JENNIE LINCOLN MAYER, B 2 New Orleans, La. MARY LANGLEY MEHAFFY, n B J Little Rock, Ark. International Relations Club; Resident Student Government. Fifth Row: VERNA MAE MEYER New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Orchestra; Operetta. BERTHA ROSE MILLER New Orleans, La. ELVIA MARIE MORALES New Orleans, La. Jennie Nixon Debating. MILDRED DUTARTRE MURRAY, AAH Vidalia, La. Pan-Hellenic Council; Student Council, Secretary. [216] U444tiO Firsf Row: MARIAN LLOYD NASH . . . Gretna, La. lOUISE COURTIN NELSON New Orleans La. Class Vice-President, (3); Cotillion Club; T. U. R. K.; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Junior Dance. EMILY RITA OHLSEN New Orleans, La. LILLIAN NEELY PALMER, AAE Waynesboro, Ga. Art Club; University Theatre. Second Row: JANE PER-LEE Liberty, Mo. Art Club; Classical Club; University Theatre. MARION RITA PEYTRAL, B20 New Orleans, La. Jennie Nixon Debating; University Theatre. IRENE LOUISE PFAFF New Orleans, La. Classical Club; Glee Club; Operetta. JULIA LEE REED New Orleans, La. Classical Club; International Relations Club; Jennie Nixon Debating; Lampyrids. Third Row: ESTHER LOUISE RENAUD, KAO Fort Wortti, Texas Class President (3); -Art Club; Assets; Resident Student Government; Student Government; Student Council. ELLA AGATHA RICHEY ' . New Orleans, La. Art Club. CAROLYN ELSA ROBBERT, AAH New Orleans, La. Assets; CheeHeader; Classical Club; Cotillion Club; Dance Club; Spanish Club; Student Government; T. U. R. K. WARTIME ROBERTS, KAG Port Arthur, Texas Fourth Row: ANNA MARIE ROY, BSO New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; Operetta. JANE GORDON SANDOZ, AOH New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya. " ELIZABETH SCHMIDT, Z T A New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Greenbackers. EUNICE AUDREY SCHMITT New Orleans, La. Fifth Row: JANET CLARA SCHNEIDER, BSD New Orleans, La. Camera Club; Oreades; Pan-Hellenic Council. SHIRLEY VERONICA SCHOENDORF New Orleans, La. " Hullabaloo. " ALICE WILHELMINA SCHOENHARDT, A n . . . New Orleans, La. International Relations Club; " Jambalaya. " AMELIE KATHLEEN SEEMANN New Orleans La. pH E u [217] 1 ] Ounlo ' fW First Row: JEANNETTE ANN SILBERBERG, ■!• :; S Clarksville, Texas Glee Club. EDITH CATHERINE SMITH, A n New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; " Jambalaya. " MILDRED CHEROKEE SMITH New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Assets; Glee Club; Operetta. MARION CAROLYN STARTS, A A H New Orleans, La. Second Row: BEULAH STERBCOW New Orleans, La. Classical Club; Internationa: Relations Club; Jennie Nixon Debating; Orctiestra; Symptiony Orctiestra. MARGARET VIRGINIA 5TE ART New Orleans, La. Art Club; International Relations Club; Lampyrids; Y. W. C. A. LOUISE PATTERSON STITES, II I! Louisville, Ky. Assets- Cotillion Club; T. U. R. K.; Student Body Treasurer; Class President (2); Pan-Hellenic Council. MARY SUE STRAHAN, M New Orleans, La. Classical Club; Colillion Club; Student Council; Y. W. C. A., President. Third Row: PATRICIA VINER SUTHERLAND, X S! San Francisco, Calif. Art Club; University Ttieatre. AMYE JEAN TERZIA, KAS Monroe, La. Art Club; Cotillion Club; Dance Club; Resident Student Government; Student Government; T. U. R. K. ETHEL ELIZABETH TRELEAVEN New Orleans, La. Y. W. C. A. LOUISE LYMAN TRIMBLE, ZTA Shreveport, La. Art Club- International Relations Club; Resident Student Government; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K., Secretary-Treasurer; University Theatre. Fourth Row: SHIRLEY MAE VAN LUE, ZTA New Orleans, La. Classical Club; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A. MARY MARGARET VERLANDER, B S New Orleans, La. Art Club; Y. W. C. A. MARIE-LOUISE WAKEMAN, I M New Orleans, La. Dance Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Jennie Nixon Debating, Secretary-Treasurer; Student Government, Corresponding Secretary; Lampyrids; T. U. R. K.; Y. W. C. A. JEAN WALKER, KKT Shreveport, La. Art Club; University Theatre. Fifth Row: ANN BERNADINE WALLIS, Aill Houston, Texas Y. W. C. A. CORINNE ADELE WATERMAN, K K T New Orleans, La. MATHILDE MIRIAM WEIL, AE New Orleans, La. Glee Club. MIRIAM CATHERINE WILD, B A Memphis, Tenn. Sixth Row: THAIS MARGARET WILD New Orleans, La. Lampyrids. EREN YVONNE WOODWARD, A A K Picayune, Miss. Glee Club; Orchestra; Basketball; Hockey. LORRAINE ERNESTINE WORMSER, A E Jeanerette, La. Glee Club. SYLVIA YONKELOWITZ New Orleans, La. International Relations Club. t21S] Jl Hxlle uyuAxlUuAie First Row; BETTY JANE ALEXANDER, ' 44, ' I ' M New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; Y. W. C, A. SYDNEY ALTSCHULER, ' 44 Kansas Cit , Mo. YVONNE EDWINA ANDERSON, ' 43, B 2 n . . . . New Orleans, La. Art Club; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A., Cabinet. CHARLOTTE MORSE ASHLEY, ' 44, K A New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; Y. W. C. A. JEAN STEWART BAILEY, ' 44 Houston, Texas Second Row; WILMA MAY BAKER, ' 43, K A New Orleans, La. KATHRYN MAE BALMER, ' 43, X SJ New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Operetta. RUTh MAY BANNISTER, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. RUTH LUCILE BARROW, ' 44, Z T A Houston, Texas Art Club; International Relations Club; " Jambalaya. " JULIENNE ZOE BENJAMIN, ' 43, A E ! New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Operetta. Third Row: FLORENCE DELPHINE BENSON, ' 43, K A 9 Austin, Texas Glee Club; Operetta. MARIE LORRAINE BERNARD, ' 44, 11 B New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya. " MARGARET DOROTHY BETHEA, ' 44 Ft. Sam Houston, Texas Art Club; Dance Club. JUNE TAYLOR BEYER, ' 44, B !• A New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. DORIS CROCKETT BILLINGSLEY, ' 44, A n ... New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. Fourth Row: ELLA JANE BLAKE, ' 44, I M New Orleans, La. University Theatre. JOEL MARIE BOND, ' 44, A II New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club. ANNE ELIZABETH BONDY, ' 44 New Roads, La. Glee Club. JEAN LAURINE BONNER, ' 43, A A H New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A. CHARLOTTE JANE BOWMAN, ' 44 Harllngen, Texas Orchestra. Fifth Row: MARTHA FOLDS BRADFORD, ' 44, M New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; Operetta. KATHERINE LESLIE BRASH, ' 43 Gulfport, Miss. Assets ' " Hullabaloo " ; Jennie Nixon Debating; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. JUNE ELISE BREITENBACH, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Y. W. C. A. MARY JEAN BRINGHURST, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Art Club. JOAN MARIE BROOKS, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; University Theatre. Sixth Row: ADELINE EDWINA BROSSETTE, ' 44 New Orleans, La. MAE KATHRYN BRUNO, ' 44 New Orleans, La. DORIS TOWERS BRYAN, ' 43, Z T A San Jose, Costa Rica Art Club. EMAY HART BUCHANAN, ' 44. A O H New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club. MARY FRANCES BURKE, ' 43 Hot Springs, Ark. Art Club; Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. MM H Ei [219] 1 ] 4 ullje uyuAxlUuite First Row: ELIZABETH SUSAN BURNS, ' 44, A A IT Macon, Ga. Dance Club; Glee Club. CECILE EVELYN BURTA, ' 44 Little Rock, Ark. MARJORIE SYBIL CAHN, ' 44, A E I New Orleans, La. Dance Club. RUTH MAE CALZADA, ' 44 Gretna, La. ELISE CAMBON, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Second Row; FRANCES GARROTT CASH, ' 43, X SJ Memphis, Tenn. AILLEEN MONTGOMERY CASSEGRAIN, ' 44, A n New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. HELEN ANN CHARBONNET, ' 44, X fi New Orleans, La. Glee Club. SYLVIA ANNE CHARBONNET, ' 44, A H .... New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " HOPE WINIFRED CHENEY, ' 44, B S New Orleans, La. Glee Club. Third Row: IDA CHUNG, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. EDITH ELIZABETH CLARK, ' 44 Atlanta, Ga. Glee Club. TITINE VILLERE CLARK, ' 44, n B i New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " : " Jambalaya. " CONSTANCE HESTER CLAVERIE, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; Operetta; University Theatre. HELEN RUTH CLAYTON, ' 43, KKT Winnetka. III. A Capella Choir; Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; Operetta. Fourth Row: JANE CLARK CLEVELAND, ' 44, H B Memphis, Tenn. Art Club; Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " HARRIETTE CLOUGH, ' 44, X S2 Memphis, Tenn. International Relations Club. DOROTHY ANNE COFFEY, ' 43 Birmingham, Ala. Art Club. DORIS COHEN, ' 44 Chicago, III. Dance Club; " Jambalaya. " JERRY COLE, ' 44 Dyersburg, Tenn. Glee Club. Fifth Row: FRANCES BISLAND CONNELY, ' 43, A A H . . . . New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Operetta. MARGUERITE LALLANDE COUSIN, ' 44, Z T A . . . . Shreveport, La. Art Club; University Theatre. LETA l?EMBERT COVINGTON, ' 43, M Summit, Miss. Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. FLORENCE MAY COYNE, ' 43 Gretna, La. ANNE COMPTON CRANE, ' 44, K A 9 Birmingham, Ala. Art Club; " Jambalaya. " Sixth Row: SARAH LEE CREEKMORE, ' 43, K K T New Orleans, La. Art Club. JOYCE CUNNINGHAM, ' 44, I M Summit, Miss. MARIE LOUISE CUQUET, ' 43, B i A New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Glee Club; Operetta; Oreades; Y. W. C. A. BILLIE TOM CURBY, ' 44 Austin, Texas MARY CURTIS CUTTING, ' 44, K K F New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; Dance Club. C220J iixlle uyiGxL xiteA. First Row: LAURA FRANCES DAIX, ' 44 Jefferson Parrish, La. ANNA MAY DALIER, ' 43 New Orleans, La. ALICE MARY DALY, ' 44, M New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " CONCETTA MARIE DANNA, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Classical Club; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. ROSEJAY ELISABETH DANNA, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. Second Row: CLARA JANE DART, ' 43, II B I New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; " Jambalaya. " HORTENSIA RITA del MARMOL, ' 44 New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Glee Club. MARIE LOUISE DENNY, ' 43, A A H New Orleans, La. ELAINE REILY DICKS, ' 44, H B t New Orleans, La. Art Club; " Jambalaya. " MURRAY PATRICIA DILLON, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " Third Row: EVA CARLIN DOUGLAS, ' 43, H B I New Orleans, La. Assets; Athletic Council; Student Council. JEAN AMALIA DRESNER, ' 44, A E I New Orleans, La. Dance Club; Glee Club. CAROL VERA DREYFOUS, ' 44, A E New Orleans, La. Glee Club. NYADA DUE, ' 44, A A n Covington, La. Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. SHIRLEY RANDOLPH DUNLAP, ' 44, K A 9 ... New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " Fourth Row: LILLIAN ELIZABETH DURAND, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " MARIAN LOUISE DUREAU, ' 44, K K T New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " YVONNE HELEN DUREAU, ' 43, K K F New Orleans, La Art Club. MARY OLIVIA DURHAM, ' 44 Ft. Smith, Ark. Dance Club; Glee Club; International Relations Club; Jennie Nixon Debating; University Theatre. ELIZABETH WARNER DURLAND, ' 44, K K T . . . New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " Fifth Row: HELEN CLAIRE DUVIC, ' 43, B S New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. DOROTHY DYKE, ' 43, BSD New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. EMMA CAROLINE DYKES, ' 43, K K T Columbus, Ga. " Hullabaloo. " LYDIA BRANDON EAVES, ' 44, K K T New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club. JULIET ALICE EBEL, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Sixth Row: DOROTHY WORDEN ECUYER, ' 43, A O H New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Assets, President; Glee Club; Operetta; T. U. R. K. JEANNE ADELE ELBE, ' 44, A E Denver, Colo. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " JUNE LUCIA ELLIOTT, ' 43, B A New Orleans, La. Lampyrids; Y. W. C. A. INNES GLYNN ELLIS, ' 44, AOH Rayville, La. Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya. " ELEANOR ENGLISH, ' 43, HB Beaumont, Texas Art Club; International Relations Club; Blackout Club; W. C. T. U. ft Sai ' . ,A h . , , , i , . ,-_■ 1- • ■ .. I • f 1 f " ' A ,. « iHrr u 1 ] [221] Hxxenjcyuixx44XAie sm:2X . -jja! imd§k k First Row: CARTER ERNST, ' 44. X S Petersburg, Va. Art Club; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. GERTRUDE ELIZABETH FAGEN, ' « New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A. SUZANNE CAMOR5 FAUST, ' 44, « M New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. ELAINE MURIEL FELD, ' 44, A E 1 Kansas City, Mo. " Jambalaya. " SUZANNE FELD, ' 44 Memphis, Tenn. A Capella Choir; Glee Club. Second Row: SUZANNE MAE FELD, ' 44, A E i ' Kansas City, Mo. " Jambalaya. " JOAN AMELIA FELSENTHAL, ' 43, A E Glencoe, III. " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. NORMA ZIONE FINEGOLD, ' 43 New Orleans, La. BETTY LOUISE FINNEGAN, ' 44, B A New Orleans, La. Glee Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. BEVERLY NELL FISK, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Third Row: MARIE LOUISE FITZSIMMONS, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Y. W. C. A.; Glee Club. AUDREY VALERIE FLAUTT, ' 43, B S New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. BETTE JANE FLEISCHER, ' 43, A E Cincinnati, Ohio ELINOR RAE FLICK, ' 44 Joplin, Mo. Art Club; " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. CAROLYN MOORE FOLLETT, A O H Jennings, La. Fourth Row: DOROTHY JANE FOLLETT, ' 44, B S New Orleans, La. " Hullabaloo " ; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. MARY ANN FOLLETT, ' 43, BSO New Orleans, La. Class Corresponding Secretary (2); Assets; T. U. R. K. SOLIDELLE FELICIT6 FORTIER, ' 43, A O H . . . . New Orleans, La. " Hullabaloo. " LELA MAE FOURNET, ' 44, A H New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " CAROL JEAN ERASER, ' 44, KAB New Orleans, La. Glee Club. Fifth Row: ANNE CRAWLEY FRIEDRICHS, ' 43, X !! New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Y. . C. A. DIXIE ELIZABETH FRIEDRICHS, ' 44, K K T . . . . New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club. JANE FRIEDRICHS, ' 44, X 8 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. GRACE KATHERINE GALLAGHER, ' 44, 4 M . . . New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " ANNABELLE CLAIRE GALLE, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Orchestra; Operetta; Y. W. C. A. Sixth Row; FRANCES ELIZABETH GALLOWAY, ' 43, A A H . . Montgomery, Ala. Art Club: Dance Club; International Relations Club; " Jambalaya " ; T. U. R. K. ELEANOR MARIE GATES, ' 44, X f! Franklin, La. Dance Club; Glee Club. GLORIA HERLIHY GAUNT, ' 43, A i H New Orleans, La. Art Club; " Jambalaya. " ELIZABETH MILDRED GEARY, ' 44, X a New Orleans, La. Art Club; International Relations Club; " Jambalaya. " ATHALIE MARIE GENERES, ' 43, H £ New Orleans, La. Classical Club; Y. W. C. A. [222] iulleAxyu4Ai4xiteA First Row: YVONNE AUDREY GOLDENBERG, ' 43 New Orleans. La, University Ttieatre. RUTH GOLDMAN. ' 43. l i; 1 Bogalusa. La. International Relations Club. RUTH ESTHER GOTTESMAN. ■44. I S X New Orleans, La. Glee Club. KATHRYN WHITNEY GOULD, ' 44, A n .... New Orleans, La. A Capeila Choir; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Jennie Nixon Debating. CAROLYN GRAHAM, ' 44, X fi New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " Second Row: CONNIE MAY GRANGER, ' 44, M . . New Iberia, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " MILDRED ELIZABETH GRANT, ' 43, K A 9 New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club. PEGGIE LOU SCHALL GRAY, ' 44, A A n Houma, La. A Capeila Choir; Campus Nite; Dance Club; Glee Club. SHIRLEY CLAIRE GRENIER. ' 43 New Orleans, La. DORIS ROSEMARY GR05, ' 44, M . New Orleans, La. Glee Club: " Jambalaya. " Third Row: ALMA LOUISE HAMMETT. ' 44, K K T New Orleans. La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. MARY BRANCH HANEY. ' 44. K A 9 Tallmadge. Ohio Art Club; Glee Club. JANE HARRIS, ' 44, M Evansville, Ind. Ar ' r Club; Glee Club; International Relations Club; " Jambalaya. " IDAMAY ANN HAYDEN, ' 44 New Orleans, La. VIRGINIA WIGHT HEDGES, ' 44, K A 9 Wichita, Kan. Art Club; Dance Club; Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " Fourth Row: EVE HEINEMANN, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " : Jennie Nixon Debating. PATRICIA SHEFFIELD HENDERSON, 44, n B . . . Jackson, Miss. Art Club; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. ELINOR IRENE HEME, ' 44 Omaha, Neb. Art Club; " Hullabaloo ' ' ; " Jambalaya " : Jennie Nixon Debating; Uni- versity Theatre. MARY CAROLYN HERCUS, ' 44, n B Hot Springs, Ark. A Capeila Choir; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. JULIA HAGEDORN HERZFELD, ' 43, A E West Point, Ga. " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. Fifth Row: ALVIS SHIRLEY HEUMANN, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. ELIZABETH HIGHTOWER, ' 44, M Hattiesburg, Miss. " Hullabaloo " : International Relations Club; " Jambalaya. " ELIZABETH HILL, ' 44, K K T Alexandria, La. " Jambalaya. " LUCINDA WALLER HILL, ' 44, !■ M New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " CHARLOTTE WATERMAN HILLYER, ' 44. K K T . . New Orleans, La. Glee Club; University Theatre. Sixth Row: HILDA EUPHEMIE HIRSCH, ' 44. A E Fayette, Miss. JEAN LYNN HIRSCH, ' 44, AE New Orleans, La. Glee Club. MABEL CHAUVIN HOCHENEDEL, ' 44, K K T Houma, La. Art Club; Dance Club; Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; Y. W. C. A. ROSE MARYE HODGE, ' 43, AGE New Orleans, La. A Capeila Choir; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Operetta. MARGARITA DAGMAR HOF5TRA, ' 43 New Orleans. La. Dance Club; Y. W. C. A. [223] ' Unde uyiaaMcUe . ,,.. .» k iMT H i mmmm uu First Row: SARAH HUNTER HOLBROOK, ' 44, K K T New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. ISABELLE CHRISTIAN HOLLAND, ' 43, K A 9 . . . Liverpool, England A Capella Chcir; Dance Club; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Operetta. MARY HOtvl, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Jennie Nixon Debating; Y. W. C. A. DOROTHY MARION HOPKINS, ' 44, S fl Gultport, Miss, " Hullabaloo " ; International Relations Club; Jennie Nixon Debating; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. ROSEMARY ALICE HUBBARD, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. Second Row: PAULINE RAE HUDDLESTON, ' 43, K A G . . . Oklahoma City, Okla. Art Club; International Relations Club. LINDA ANNETTE HUDSON, ' 43, X fi New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " CHARLEEN ETHEL HUTSON, ' 44, B S New Orleans La. Art Club; Glee Club. DOROTHY SHARP HYATT, ' 44, M New Orleans, La. Glee Club. SHIRLEY REBECCA HYMAN, ' 44 Lufkin, Texas Third Row: MARGARET IRWIN JOACHIM, ' 43, K A 9 . . . . New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Glee Club. JANET JUNE JONES, ' 44, KKT New Orleans, La. " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. SARA CATHRYN JONES, ' 43, n B Chattanooga, Tenn. SUZANNE JONES, ' 43, HB New Orleans, La. Greenbackers; " Hullabaloo. " JANE BERNICE KAUFER, ' 44, B A Christobal, C. Z. Glee Club. Fourth Row: ANNE CONABLE KEENEY, ' 43, Z T A Summit, N. J. International Relations Club; Art Club. MARY ELIZABETH KEYSER, ' 44 R. Sill, Okla. University Theatre. NITA ETHEL KIDD, ' 43, X C New Orleans, La. Class Treasurer (2); Art Club; Assets; T. U. R. K.; Y. ' . C. A., Cabinet. DOROTHY MAY KILLEEN, ' 45, A A H New Orleans, La. MARJORIE LOUISE KILLEEN ' 43, A A H New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya " ; Operetta; University Theatre. Fifth Row: JEANNE LOWESS KLEPINGER, ' 43, B A New Orleans La. Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Y. W. C. A. JACQUELINE JOAN LABRY, ' 44, n B Shreveport, La. " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya, " LENICE JOSEPHINE LARKIN, ' 44 San Antonio, Texas ELSIE FAY LAUBENGAYER, ' 44 New Orleans La. Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. ELMIRE MARIE LeBLANC, ' 44, A A H Napoleonville, La. Dance Club; Glee Club. Sixth Row: KATHERINE de VILLENEUVE LeBLANC, ' 44, n B I . . New Orleans, La. Danca Club; Glee Club. DOROTHY MAY Le BRETON, ' 43, B 2 New Orleans, La. University Theatre. MARY LOUISE LEGGETT, ' 44, n B Joplin, Mo. Art Club; International Relations Club. MARY ELIZABETH LEMARIE, ' 43, A H New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club. [224] 4 xie uyuuii4xde First Row: ETHELYN THELMA LENFANT, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. MYRL MARIE LENFANT, ' 44 New Orleans, La, Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. THAIA BEATRICE LEOPOLD, ' 44 . New Orleans, La. Classical Club; " Jambalaya. " OPHELIA THERESA LESTER, ' 43 Key West, Fla. DOROTHY LEVIN, ' 44, S 1 New Orleans, La. Internatlcnal Relations Club. Second Row: ESTHER SAMUEL LEVIN, ' 43 New Orleans, La. ELAINE LEVY, ' 43, I 2 i: New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Pan-Hellenic Council. FRANCES IRMA LEVY, ' 44, A E I ' New Orleans, La. Dance Club; " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. JEAN LEVY, ' 43 Glencoe, III. " Jambalaya. " MATHILDE LEVY ' 44, A E I Shreveport, La. Dance Club. Third Row: VERA LEVY ' 44 fl» Z X New Orleans, La. International Relations Club. CAROL ELIZABETH LEWIS, ' 43 Detroit, Mich. " Jambalaya. " MARJORIE GORDON LEWIS, ' 43, K A 9 New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; Operetta. AUDREY LIBERMAN. ' 44, A E Chattanooga, Tenn. " Jambalaya " ; Art Club; University Theatre. JERRY ALYCE LIDDELL, ' 44, BIO New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. Fourth Row: SHIRLEY MAE LIDDELL, ' 44, B S O New Orleans, La. Glee Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. HARRIET LINE, ' 43, KKT Missoula, Mont. Dance Club; Glee Club; Athletic Council; Operetta; University Theatre. ANNETTE LIVINGSTON, ' 44, X £3 Atlanta, Ga. Art Club; " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. MARION GOLDEN LLOYD, ' 44, B I A New Orleans, La. CAROLYN ROSA LOEB, ' 43, AE Shreveport, La. Cotillion Club; " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya " ; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre. Fifth Row: LUCILLE MARIE LOUBAT, ' 43 New Orleans, La. CORNELIA McCHESNEY, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club, SARA PATRICIA McCORD, ' 44, Z T A Little Rock, Ark. Art Club; Dance Club. ELIZABETH ANNE McGEHEE, ' 44, X fl Lafayette, La. Cheerleader; Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " M ARY ESTHER McGLATHERY, ' 44, A A. II New Orleans, La. Glee Club. Sixth Row: COLINDA WHYTE McKENZIE, ' 43, Z T A New Orleans, La. International Relations Club. BARBARA LEGENDRE McMILLAN, ' 44, H B . . . New Orleans, La. Art Club. MABEL CLAIRE McMURRAY, ' 44, Z T A High Point, N. C. JANE LINTON McNIVEN, ' 43, M New Orleans, La. Dance Club; Glee Club; Orchestra; Operetta. INA CLAIRE MADDEN, ' 44, I M Arcadia, La. Glee Club. UM. 1 J [225] iw?i sss- 1 ] First Row: ANNA MARIE M ANSI ARACINA, ' n, H X !■ . . . New Orleans, La. Classicol Club. MOONYEEN MARION, ' 43, A II New Orleans, La. Class President (2); Assets; " Huliabaloo " ; " Jambalaya " ; Student Government; Student Council; T. U, R. K. MAR IE BOUDEAN MARQUER, ' 43, A A n New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Catholic Club; Glee Club; Operetta. HELEN MAE MARSCHALL, ' 43, A n New Orleans, La. CAROLYN MARSHALL, ' 44, II U 1 Bay St. Louis, Miss. Art Club; Dance Club; Archery. Second Row: BARBARA CATHERINE MARTIN, ' 43 K A 9 ... . New Orleans, La. Art Club. CLARE JOY MAYER, ' 44, A A IT New Orleans, La. Glee Club. ROSE MARY MAYES, ' 43, A A n New Orleans, La. Classical Club; President Glee Club; Jennie Nixon Debating; Y. W. C. A.; Class Vice-President (2). MARIE ANTOINETTE MENENDEZ, ' 44, B -I ' A . . . New Orleans, La. Gleo Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. MARTHA RAINEY METEER, ' 44, A O n New Orleans, La. I Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " Third Row: LOIS JEAN MEYER, ' 44 Houston, Texas " Jambalaya. " NATHALIE RITA MIESTER, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Jennie Nixon Debating; Y. W. C. A. ELIZABETH MILLS, ' 44, Z T A Virginia, III. University Theatre. MARILYN MILNER, ' 44 Alton, III. LETTY MIRANNE, ' 43, KAG New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya. " Fourth Row: MARY HERROU MITCHELL, ' 44, X S Nashville, Tenn. Art Club; University Theatre. ELIZABETH MONROSE, ' 43, HB New Orleans, La. Art Club; Greenbackers; T. U. R. K. ELIZABETH JOY MOORE, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; Operetta. EMILY ANN MORGENSTERN, ' 43, A E I Jacksonville, Fla. Assets; " Jambalaya " ; Jennie Nixon Debating; University Theatre. MILDRED MORT, ' 43, HB Omaha, Neb. Art Club; International Relations Club. Fifth Row: ALEENE LENORE MUELLER, ' 44. KAG Sheffield, Ala. Art Club; Dance Club; Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " RITA MAE MULLER, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Y. W. C. A. ROSEMARY CLAIRE MULLER, ' 44, KAG New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club. GRACE CONSTANCE MURPHY, ' 44, B £ . . . . New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya " ; Y. W. C. A. NORRI5 MARY MURPHY, ' 44, B 2 New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya " : University Theatre. Sixth Row: VERLYN ROLFS MURPHY, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. LILLIAN NAIHAUS, ' 43 New Orleans, La. GLORIA MARGARET NAPOLITANO, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Art Club. MARJORIE NETTLES, ' 44 New Orleans, La. University Theatre. JANET CLARE NEUHAUSER, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. a J ' - [226] ndenxi adudt First Row: MARY LOUISE NICHOLS, ' 43, A O n Birmingham, Ala. Art Club; Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " BEATRYCE NICKOLL, ' 43, A E I . . Milwaukee, Wis. " Jambalaya. " BETIY JANE NOLAN, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Y. W. C. A. DOROTHY MARIE NOLAN, ' 43 New Orleans, La. BETTY GRAY NORVAL, ' 44, X £2 Buffalo, Wyo. International Relations Club; Jennie Nixon Debating; Y. W. C. A. Second Row: FRANCES VERLIN ODEN. ' 44, A A n New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; Y. W. C. A. ALICE MARY O ' KEEFE, ' 43 Biloxi, Miss. Glee Club; Operetta. HAZEL ARABELLA OLIVER, ' 44, B S Crosby, Miss. Glee Club; Orchestra. BESSIE PAILET, ' 44, ' !• X S New Orleans, La. MARY MARGUERITE PALMISANO, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. Third Row; SALLY GRAY PARKER, ' 44, HE New Orleans, La. " Hullabaloo " ; International Relations Club; " Jambalaya. " BARBARA JANE PECK, ' 43, KAG Sicily Island, La. Art Club. ELLEONORA MOSS PERRILLIAT, ' 44, KAG ... New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Hullabaloo. " MARI JO PHIPPS, ' 44 Harlington, Texas Glee Club. SHIRLEY EILEEN PIC, ' 44, ZTA New Orleans, La. Glee Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. Fourth Row: MARION LUCIE PLAUCHE, ' 44, H B New Orleans, La. Art Club; International Relations Club; Y. W. C. A. SYLVIA POLLOCK, ' 44 Ada, Okla. Art Club; " Jambalaya " : University Theatre. JANE ELIZABETH POPE, ' 44, X S2 New Orleans, La. Art Club; International Relations Club. VIRGINIA POMEROY PORTER, ' 44, K K F . . . . . ' Fort Wayne, Ind. Art Club; Glee Club. SARA BETT5 PRIDE, ' 44, X S2 Huntsville, Ala. Art Club; International Relations Club. Fifth Row: MARY ROSA PRIETO, ' 43 Panama City, R. P. ELISE COURTNEY PROFFITT, ' 44, n B Butte, Mont. A Capella Choir; Art Club; Glee Club; University Theatre. LOUISE MARY RAMONEDA, ' 43, B Z New Orleans, La. Art Club; Camera Club. CALISTA ANNA RAULT, ' 44, A O 11 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya " ; Jennie Nixon Debating. MERLE ALICE RAYNER, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. Sixth Row: CLAIRE MARIE REYNAUD, ' 43, B i A Gretna, La. MARY WILMARTH RHODES, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; University Theatre. MARY LEE RIDGEWAY, ' 44 Galveston, Texas Art Club. GLORIA DOMINICA RISC, ' 43 New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Art Club; Operetta. ROSE MARIE ROBIN, ' 44, A H New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " Seventh Row: YOLANDA RA9UEL RODRIGUES, ' 43 Panama Ciiy, R. P. Glee Club; Oreadcs. JUNE ROSE ROEPE, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. CONSTANCE FENNELL ROSAMOND, ' 43, X fi . . . Memphis, Tenn. " Jam.balaya. " RUTH NATALIE ROSEN, ' 44, S S New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Orchestra. NORMA FAY ROSENSON, ' 44 New Orleans, La. International Relations Club. % H E [227] u 1 J i xxe uyuAxii UAie First Row: MURIEL ELIZABETH ROSHKO, ' 43, A n . . . . New Orleans. La. Art Club; " Jambalaya. " MARJORY DEE ROTHARMEL. ' 44, Z T A New Orleans. La. Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " : University Theatre. EDNA MAE ROUPRICHT, ' 43 Gretna, La. ANN FRANCES RUBEL, ' 43, A E Aberdeen, Miss. " Jambalaya " : University Theatre. MARGARET ALICE SAAL, ' 43, A E ' ! New Orleans, La. Assets. Second Row: JOYCE MARIE SAKS, ' 43 Birrringham, Ala. ALTHEA KATHLYN SAMPSON, ' 44, B 2 O . , . . New Orleans, La. " Jambelaya " ; Y. W. C. A. CLARE JULIA SAUNDERS, ' 43, X 9. New Orleans, La. International Relations Club: Art Club. KATHERINE L. SAUNDERS, ' 44, X Q New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " BETTIE MAE SCHATTENBERG, ' 44, B ■! A New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " : University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. Third Row: ETHELYN SCHM IDT, ' 44, BSO New Orleans, La. University Theatre. NOLA MAE SCHMITT, ' 44, Z T A ......... New Orleans, La. " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya " : University Theatre. DOROTHY ELIZABETH SCHNEIDER, ' 44, BSO.. New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. LOLA ALINE SCHNELL, ' 44 Marrero, La. Glee Club. SELMA SCHONBRUN, ' 44 Brooklyn, N. Y. Fourth Row: ELSA SCHWARTZ, ' 43, KKT New Orleans, La. Assets; Classical Club; Glee Club; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre. ELIZABETH JANE SCOTT, ' 44 Detroit, Mich. NATALIE VIVIAN SCOTT, ' 44, K K T . Alexandria, La. " Jambalaya " : University Theatre. NATALIE SEBULSKY,, ' 43, A E I Clarksdale, Miss. " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre. MARY ANNE SEE, ' 44, X SI Atlanta, Ga. " Jambaiaya. " Fifth Row: JANE SEIDENBACH, ' 43, A E ' I ' New Orleans, La. EVELYN ELSA SENTER, ' 43, K K T New Orleans, La. Art Club; Greenbackers. JOSEPHINE THERESA SFERRUZZA, ' 44 Greenville, Miss. Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. BETTY SHELTON, ' 43, HE College Station, Texas Art Club; Dance Club; " Jambalaya. " MARY SHEPHERD, ' 43, AiH Chattanooga, Tenn. Sixth Row: KATHERINE SIMMONS, ' 44, K A 8 Birmingham, Ala. Art Club; International Relations Club; " Jambalaya. " MILDRED ANNE SIMMONS, ' 43, X S2 Eldorado, Ark. Art Club; Glee Club. JANET LOUISE SIMON, ' 44 St. Louis, Mo. Glee Club; University Theatre. MARY GLENN SNYDER, ' 44, n B Roswell, N. Mex. Glee Club. DONNA JEAN SPENCE, ' 44 Lake Wales, Fla. Y. W. C. A. Seventh Row: CAROLINE LOUISE SPILLER, ' 43, X fi Hammond, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; Operetta. MARGARET ANNE SPORBORG, ' 44, A E ... . Miami Beach, Fla. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " JOY MARIE STECKLER, ' 44, Z T A New Orleans, La. Art Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. CLARISSE EMILY STEEG, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Jennie Nixon Debating; Y. W. C. A. BETTY LEWIS STEVENS, ' 44, X !2 New Orleans, La. [22S1 ulleA yuiciMXite Firsf Row: KATHERINE FERGUSON STEWART, ■14, M . . . New Orleans, La. GLORIA MARIE STOCKTON, ' 43 New Orleans. La. Classical Club. EVALYN ROSE STOLAROFF, ' 43, A E ' l ..... New Orleans, La. Arf Club; Glee Club; Operetta; University Theatre. SHIRLEY MARY STRAUVEN, ' 43, Z T A New Orleans, La. Art Club; Classical Club; Spanish Club; Y. W. C. A., Secretary. MARY ELIZABETH SWEATT, ' 44, A O H Gulfport, Miss. " Jambalaya. " Second Row: DOROTHY ZINA TOLMAS, ' 43, i 2 New Orleans, La. International Relations Club; Jennie Nixon Debating. JANE HELEN TROIE, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. ROUTH TROWBRIDGE, ' 43, 11 B I Franklin, La. Student Body, Secretary; Art Club; Assets; Resident Student Govern- ment; Student Government; T. U. R. K. DOROTHY ROBERTA TURNBULL, ' 43, A n . . . Mlanni Beach, Fla. Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; Operetta; University Theatre; Oreades; Sophomore Drag, Chairman. KATHERINE VIOLA VERLANDER, ' 44, B 2 ... New Orleans. La. Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. Third Row; ALICE NORINNE VINCENT, ' 43, X S2 Lake Charles, La. Glee Club; Resident Student Government; Operetta; University Theatre. LUCILLE MARIE VONDER HAAR, ' 44. B A . . . New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. MARY LUCILLE WARD, ' 43 K A New Orleans, La. Dance Club; " Jambalaya " : Art Club, MARGARET EMILIE WATKINS, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Orchestra; University Theatre. PHYLLIS LUCILE WATSON, ' 43, M New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya " ; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council. Fourth Row: BERNADINE WATTERS, ' 43 Haynesville, La. ELIZABETH FOY WATTERS, ' 44, A A n New Orleans, La. Glee Club RUTH GORDON WATTS, ' 44 ■. . . Bryan, Texas Dance Club; Glee Club; Orchestra. SHIRLEY WEIL, ' 43, New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Jennie Nixon Debating; Operetta; Oreades. SYLVIA WEILL, ' 43, A E New Orleans, La. Glee Club; University Theatre. Fifth Row: MARGARET SHELBY WERLEIN, ' 43, H B . . . . Vicksburg, Miss. Classical Club; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Jennie Nixon Debating; Orchestra; Operetta. MARY CATO WHELCHEL, ' 44, X S! Atlanta, Ga. " Jambalaya. " JEANNE RIHL WHIDDON, ' 44 Mexico City, Mexico Art Club. JANICE ESTELLE WHITE, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. LUCY WHITE, ' 43, A A n New Orleans, La. Art Club; Glee Club; " Jambalaya " : Operetta; University Theatre. Sixth Row: SHIRLEY MAY WIEDERECHT, ' 44, I M New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " MARGARET ANN WILLIAMS, ' 43, Z T A . . . College Station, Texas Art Club; Assets; " Hullabaloo " : Resident Student Government; Pan- Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K. MARY HENRIETTE WINEMAN, ' 43 Detroit, Mich. Art Club; Dance Club; " Hullabaloo " : University Theatre. GRACE WITSELL, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Y. W. C. A. MAY LIN WONG, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. Seventh Row: PATRICIA ELIZABETH WOODWARD, ' 44, X fi . . . College Park, Ga. " Jambalaya. " RITA CHARLES WORMS, ' 43, A E New Orleans, La. Glee Club. GRACE PATRICIA RUTTEDGE YEARGER, ' 43, 1 M . . Alexandria, La. Glee Club; Classical Club; Y. W. C. A. ALMA BERRYMAN YOUNG. ' 43, BIO New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Operetta. LOIS JEAN YOUNG, ' 44, KKT Flint, Mich. " Hullabaloo. " » t.h;ej u [229] D LEFT TO RIGHT: C. MEYER, W. S T E E G, R. HART, M c F A U L, W E N D T OFFICERS OF THE CEHSES STUDENT BODY CONRAD MEYER, III President JOHN MILLER BRYAN, JR Vice-President WILLIAM CHALMERS BROTHERS Secretary-Treasurer SENIOR CLASS WALDORF A. STEEG President R. MARK SMITH Vice-President JAMES E. WRIGHT, JR Secretary-Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS ROBERT HART President CAREY J. ELLIS Vice-President ISADORE COHN Secretary-Treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS LOUIS W. McFAUL President GEORGE E. McCASKEY Vice-President BERNARD E. JACOBS Secretary-Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS FRED WENDT President JACK BREMERMANN Vice-President BEN BRILL Secretary-Treasurer [230] 1 ■ r " } v rri;. ' ' f ' T ■ ■ a i " ' -f . »:-i , - - ■tea z,: = =..£11-. Senio l fcOLLEGE OF f 4: u u J First Row: EMILE BERTRAND ADER New Orleans, La. Honor Beard; International Relations Club; Intramural Basketball. Softball. Soccer. BERNARD MORDECAI ALTSCHULER Bayonne, N. J. HARVEY JAY AMSTERDAM, S A M. ■! A E New York, N. Y. Cotillion Club; Honor Board; Symphony Orchestra; Class President (I), Vice-President (2), Secretary-Treasurer (3). Second Row: JOHN JACOB BAEHR, JR., A X 1, B M New Orleans, La. Honor Board; " Hullabaloo " Circulation Manager; " Jambalaya " ; Y. M. C. A. WILLIAM COURTS BAUMAN, A T Q Shreveport, La. Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Operetta. WILLIAM LOUIS BENDEL, JR., K 1 Monroe, La. Honor Board. Third Row: PETER LOUIS BERNARD, JR., K £. A A A New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club Chairman; Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; Honor Board; " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya " ; Y, M. C. A. Adviser (I). Vice-President (4); Tulane Handbook Editor and Business Manager. EMILE AUGUSTUS BERTUCCI, JR., B M, A X S .New Orleans, La. Camera Club (3, 4); Campus Nite (3, 4); Glee Club; Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; Honor Board {3, 4); International Relations Club; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Basketball, Football, Base- ball, Volleyball. NORMAN ROBERT BLACK, A T A, N 2 N Cheyenne, Wyo. Fourth Row: BERNARD BLUTSTEIN New York, N. Y. .1 RICHARD CAMP BORDEN, KI Washington, D. C. FRED HAROLD BREKKE New Richmond, Wis. Football (I, 2, 3, 4); Baseball (3, 4). m mi ■ [232] • Senior First Row: WILLIAM CHALMERS BROTHERS, K A Shreveport. La. Intramural Unit Manager; Pan-Hellenic Council; Thirteen Club; Honor Board; Student Body Secretary-Treasurer (4). HERBERT SEYMOUR BROWN New York. N. Y. LOUIS DAMIAN BROWN New Orleans, La. Honor Board; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. Second Row: JOHN WILLIAM BRYAN. JR.. B G H, A X S . . . Bay St. Louis, Miss. Honor Board; Student Body Vice-President; Student Center Council Vice-President. EDMUND MAURICE BURAS, JR New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Alpha Chi Sigma Essay Award. JAMES DOYLE BYRNE. JR.. 11 K A New Orleans, La. University Theatre. Third Row: ARTHUR ADOLPH CALIX, X n, P 1 New Orleans, La. Campus Nite; Cotillion Club. EDWIN JOSEPH CELLOS New Orleans. La. Honor Board. SIGMUND CHESSID New York, N. Y. Fourth Row: WILLIAM HENRY CHURCH. K 2 New Orleans. La. MARTIN DURALDE CLAIBORNE, JR., B II. N S N. New Orleans. La. DON PEARSON CLAYPOOL. BGH Morehead. Ky. University Theatre. COLLEGE OF £233] • SeniaU • COLLEGE OF u y First Row: WILLIS MONROE COCHRANE. K £ .... West Palm Beach, Fla. JOEL IRVING CORN Long Beach, N. Y. Basketball (1), Baseball (2); Intramural Basketball (3, 4), Baseball (3), Football (3); Glee Club (2). MILDRED MINDERMAN CRAWFORD New Orleans, La. Second Row: JOSEPH JAMES CREELY New Orleans, La. GEORGE CUELLAR, tP2 Miami, Fla. FERNAND JOSEPH DASTUGUE, JR New Orleans, La. Honor Board; International Relations Club; Intramural Basketball, Football: Soccer, Sottball. Third Row: GEORGE DORFMAN, i . M, ' b A E New Britain, Conn. ARTHUR WILLIAM ECKHOUS, K N, A K . New York, N. Y. Glendy Burke Lilerary and Debating Society. EDWARD PAUL ECUYER, II K A New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Greenbackers. Fourth Row: KENNETH VICTOR EVERTS, N I N, £ A E .... Lake Worth, Fla. RALPH JOSEPH FERNANDEZ Wallace, La. Band. I JULIUS FINKELSTEIN, K N New Orleans, La. Fifth Row: EDWARD DAVIS FINLEY, K A, d K, A A A ... New Orleans, La. Intramural Council; Spectators; " T " Club; " Hullabaloo " Business Manager (3); Student Body Secretary (4); Vaisity Boxing [2, 3); Green- backers (1 2, 31: White Elephants (I). AUGUST FREDERICK FISCHER, JR New Orleans, La. " T " Club Secretary-Treasurer; University Theatre. mMmmiKm " f K " [234] Senior iCHMAN tANTZ, JR Band; Symphony Orchestra , JR RIEDLAND, T E I . . . . 5ARRETT, JR., ' h A 0, ' 1 ' , TLING, « K S . Football {!, 2, 3, 4). ;t, jr., k a jlendy Burke Literary and ASS, K 1 ■ersity Theatre; Varsity Foo ' .DBERG MARVIN GREEN Brooklyn, N. Y. TOM COONEY HALL, K 2, New Orleans, La. Greenbacfcers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. Fifth Row: IRA BROWN HARKEY, JR., A K E New Orleans, La. HARRY ELBERT HAYS, S X Denison, Texas " T " Club; Varsity Football (I, 2, 3, 4); Track (I, 2. 3. 4). ALGIE WALTON HILL, K K T, 9 N Montgomery, Ala. " Hullabaloo. " First Row: MERVIN EDWARD FISCHMAN . . . . Irvi ngton. N J. LOUIS THEODORE FRANTZ, JR. ... Band; Symphony Orchestra. New Orleans, La. WALTER LEE FRAZER, JR New Orleans, La. Second Row: WALTER FRANKLIN FRIEDLAND, T li I . Hack ensack. N J. BROOX CLEVELAND GARRETT, JR., ' h A 0, •!• X . . . Sh revepo rt. La. PHILLIP HENRY GENTLING, « K 2 . Football (1,2 3, 4 ■ . Roc Tester, M nn. Third Row: HOWARD BATTLE GIST, JR., K A . . . . Al exandr a. La. LEONARD GLADE Camera Club; Glendy Burke Literary and Debc New ting York, Society N Y. THOMAS SAMUEL GLASS, K 1 . . University Theatre; V arsity Football New Orleans, La. Fourth Row: DONALD DAVID GOLDBERG . New York, N Y. COLLEGE OF , [235] Senlo d. First Row: ELDRIDGE MOSELEY MINE, JR., A K E, A X S ... New Iberia, La. University Tfieatre; Y. M. C. A. GORMAN JAFFE New Yorit, N. Y. RODNEY CLIFTON JUNG, B M New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Honor Board. Second Row: HERBERT WALTER KAISER, JR., H K A New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Glee Club; International Relations Club; Operetta; Y. M. C. A. (I, 2, 3, 4}, Cabinet (2); Junior Prom Committee; Freshman Hop Committee. JEROME BERTRAM KATZ, ZBT, I AE New Orleans, La. Glee Club (I); Beta Mu (2, 3). LEONARD KENNEDY KNAPP, A T A, N 2 N .... Lake Charles, La. Honor Board. Third Row: RICHARD BENNETT LANGFORD, A 0, X .... Shreveport, La. WILLIAM WALTER LEAKE, JR., S X, A A A, i . New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Honor Board; T. U. R. K.; White Elephants; Boxing (3): Golt (3); Intramural Softball. RICHARD HENRY LIPSCOMB Birmingham, Ala. Campus Nite Director; Glee Club President; Operetta; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. Fourth Row: ALBERT WAYNE MAGNITZKY New Orleans, La. Glee Club; International Relations Club; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Football; Basketball. MEREDITH MALLORY, JR., X , 6 K Orlando, Fla. GEORGE CHARLES MANNING, JR Maplewood, N. J. A T Si, e K , B M Thirteen Club; University Theatre. Fifth Row: MELVIN HOWARD MATTILA Nashwauk, Minn. HENRY ALVAN MENTZ, ATA, AAA Hammond, La. Honor Board; International Relations Club. CONRAD MEYER, III., A T A. A A A, A K . . . New Orleans, La. Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Student Body President (4); Student Council President (4); Taffrail; Boxing; Class President (2, 3). [236] Sefua First Row: ELIZABETH HENRIETTA MEYERS, li ' !• A . . . . . . New Orleans, La. HARVEY HAROLD MINTZ, Z B T, !■ A E . . . . . . Spring Hill, Ala. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; International Rela ions Club; " T " Club. STANLEY ROBERT MINTZ, i A M, B M . . . . Monroe, La. Second Row; LEO LAWRENCE NASTASI . . . New Orleans, La. WILLIAM JOSEPH O ' HARA, JR., B 9 H . . . . . . New Orleans, La. Baseball. ROBERT BLOUIN OLIVER, B 9 11 . Monroe, La. Cotillion Ciub; Greenbackers; Intramural Council; Thirteen Club; Class Vice-President (4); Varsity Golf (3). Third Row: RAY TIM PARMLEY, GK Electra, Texas LEONARD JOHN PETERS Hot Springs, Ark. C. DAN PIQUE New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society. Fourth Row: RAY CLINT PRUITT Lake Charles, La. WILLIAM PAUL RAMEY, ATSi, N2N Tampa, Fla. WIRT ADAMS RODSERS, JR., K S Bastrop, La. Greenbackers; Honor Board; " Hullabaloo. " Fifth Row: JOHN CECIL ROLFS New Orleans, La. HAROLD LEON ROSEN, K N New York, N. Y. Baseball; Football. RAPHAEL ROSS, JR., i i9, N2N New Orleans, La. COLLEGE OF [237] SeHAJCf . COLLEGE OF First Row: BERYL MILDRED ROY, B A, 9 N, K A H .... New Orleans, La. " Hullabaloo " ; Pan-Hellenic Council; University Theatre. THEOBALD ROBERT RUDOLF, JR., K A New Orleans, La. White Elephants. HENRY CLARENCE SABRIO New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffraii; Sports Editor Taffrail Publication; Intra- mural Basketball, Football, Softball, Soccer. Second Row: DANIEL LIGHTBOURNE SCHMUCKER, S A E, B M, New Orleans, La. Honor Board; Y. M. C. A. GEORGE THEODORE SCHNEIDER New Orleans, La. A T A, N S N, , K A Band; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Intramural Council; Thirteen Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; T. U. R. K.; Class Vice-President (1), Secretary- Treasurer (2); Varsity Tennis (2, 3). AL BARNETT SCHONBRUN, i A M, A E Tampa, Fla. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society. Third Row: MARJORIE MALTRY SCHWEICKHARDT. B A . . New Orleans, La. HARRY SHEPARD, JR., G N Muskogee, Okla. " Hullabaloo. " FELIX ALFRED SIEGMAN Brooklyn, N. Y. Fourth Row: JACK pUINBY SLOAN, HKA, N2N Lakeland, Fla. Greenbackers; White Elephants. RICHARD MARK SMITH, ATA Bay St. Louis, Miss. Honor Board; Class Vice-President (4). WALDORF AARON STEEG, 2 A M, B M New Orleans, La. Honor Board; University Theatre; Class President (4); Publications Board (4); Track (2). Fifth Row: SOL BAER STERN JR., i; A M, A E New Orleans, La. History of Medicine Society. WILLIAM JASPER TALLEY, nKA Stevenson, Ala. JAMES EDWARD TAYLOR, K A Shreveport, La. [238] SenlctAA. First Row: WILLIAM ROBERT TeTE, K S New Orleans, La. Greenbackers; Oratorical and Debating Council; Pan-Hellenic Council Chairman (3, 4). EMMETT YOUNG THOMASON, JR New Orleans. La. Band. WALTER CHILLINGWORTH THOMPSON, 6 N Kenner, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; " Hullabaloo " Associate Editor; International Relations Club; Bardies, Secretary-Treasurer. Second Row: OSCAR J. TOLMAS, K N New Orleans, La. Band; Glee Club; Glendy Eurke Literary and Debating Society, Vice- President; Honor Board; International Relations Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; Spectators; Bardies, President. ISRAEL TRESTMAN, 9 N New Orleans, La. Freshman Forensic Council, Vice-President; Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; " Hullabaloo " ; Honor Board; Varsity Football Man- ager. EDMUND SEYMOUR UTKOV New York, N. Y. Third Row: DAVID HUGH VARN, JR., n K A Fort Meade, Fla. JACKSON P. WARD, IN New Orleans, La. MARTIN SAMUEL WATSKY, K N New Orleans, La. Fourth Row: RALPH MILTON WENZEL, i Ae Tucker, Ark. A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Honor Board; Operetta; Football (I, 2, 3, 4); Intramural Handball. JACK CARL WHITESELL, K S Kansas City, Mo. Glee Club. JAMES NORMAN WILSON, JR., 1 E New Orleans, La. Fifth Row: RICHARD McDonnell woodruff, a K K . . . . New Orleans, La. Band {I, 2. 3, 4); Symphony Orchestra (I, 2, 3, 4). HENRY WORNER, III., K S New Orleans, La. Football Manager. JAMES EDWARD WRIGHT, JR New Orleans, La. Honor Board; International Relations Club; Y. M. C. A.; Class Secre- tary-Treasurer; Intramural Basketball, Football, Soccer, Softball. A . .A ;. ,fe. n t2?9] 9unlo COLLEGE OF First Row: ARELIO ALFONSO ALBA, I I A Panama, R. P. CEDRIC THURSTON ALMAND, A T i, A A A .... Haynesville, La. Band. LOUIS ALVAREZ POU Santurce, P. R. STANLEY LEE AULTMAN New Orleans, La. Y. M. C. A. Second Row: BRUCE BAIRD, JR., S X New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; T. U. R. K.; Y. M. C. A. ROY ROBBINS BARTLETT, II., i T A New Orleans, La. Honor Board; " T " Club; Thirteen Club; Varsity Tennis. HIRAM WATKINS KOSTMAYER BATSON, H K A . . New Orleans, La. PASCAL GAYLE BATSON, JR., S X Indianola, Miss. Honor Board; University Theatre. Third Row; JACOB BERNSTEIN Brooklyn, N. Y. V ILLIAM FREDERICK BEYER, JR., ATA Lake Charles, La. Honor Board. CHARLES JAMES BLOCK, A 6 Gary, Ind. Glee Club; Football; Basketball; Track. THOMAS STUART BLOODWORTH, JR New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; International Relations Club (I, 2, 3), President (3); Y. M. C. A.; Bardies. Fourth Row: CHARLES JAMES BLOOM, II., K A, A A A ... New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. REX JAMES BUNKER Caguas. P. R. CLAUDE LEON BUERGER, JR., i K2 Mobile, Ala. Greenbackers. GEORGE EVANS BURGESS, JR., n K A New Orleans, La. Campus Nite; Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; Interna- tional Relations Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; University Theatre. Fifth Row: OVID BERN BUSH, JR Atlanta, Ga. CURTIS WEBB CAINE, K S New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Operetta; Y. M. C. A. Council. SALVADOR LUCAS CANALE New Orleans, La. GENE GEORGE CARP, K N Elizabeth, N. J. Camera Club; Glee Club. [240] OuniCf First Row: HORACE BROWNELL CHALSTROM, in New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffraii; Y. M. C. A. EMANUEL CHOPER, K N Woodbridge. N. J. Glee Club. ALVIN RICHARD GHRISTOVICH, JR., I K S . . . . New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; International Relations Club; Y, M. C. A. LAWRENCE JOSEPH COHEN, Z B T Cheyenne, Wyo. Second Row: ISIDORE COHN, JR., ZBT New Orleans, La. Camera Club; Glendy Burks Literary and Debating Society; Pan-Hel- lenic Council; Class Secretary-Treasurer (3). JOHN MARSHALL COLLIER, K A, A A A New Orleans, La. FREDERICK HUNTER COLLINS, JR., ! ' A 9 New Orleans, La. Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council- DAVID EMILE CRAIS New Orleans, La. Naval R. O T, C; Taffraii. Third Row: JAMES WORTH DAVIS, JR., HKA Galveston, Texas Band; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffraii; University Theatre. MURRAY LEONARD DORFMAN Brooklyn, N. J. ROGER HART DOYLE, IX New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; Pan-Hellenic Council. ISADORE DRAVIN, 2 A M, B M Meridian, Miss. Band; Symphony Orchestra. Fourth Row: CHARLES DUFOUR Shreveport, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Football; Baseball. DONALD BOND EHRHART, AKE New Orleans, La. CAREY JAMES ELLIS, JR., AKE Rayville, La. Glee Club Vice-President; Greenbackers; Honor Board; " Jambalaya " ; Naval R. O. T. C; Class President (2), Vice-President (3); Boxing (2); " T " Club. CHARLES ALEXIS EMLING, JR., ATA New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Greenbackers; White Elephants. Fifth Row: JOHN PHILIP FISCHER Tyler, Tex. Glee Club; Operetta. ROBERT EDMUND FLOWERREE, JR., Ben .... New Orleans, La. Class Secretary-Treasurer (I, 2). FLORENCE SMITH FOLLANSBEE, A H New Orleans, La. JEROME BERNARD FORMAN Brooklyn, N. Y. COLLEGE OF [241] ' ;i ' ? ' J i iCOLLEGE Of u • l4 HiO • First Row: " " KERMIT FRYMIRE, KS New Orleans, La. Y, M. C. A.; Intramural Track; Baseb ill. STEPHEN PAUL GASPERECZ, JR., A 2 . New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. ■I . New Orleans, La. Y. M. C. A. JAMES JOSEPH SILLY, III., A K E, B M . New Orleans, La. Second Row: ARNOLD SYLVAN GOLDSCHLAG, SAM Brooklyn, N. Y. Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Operetta; Oratorical and Debating; University Theatre. CHARLES RICHARD GOODWIN Birmingham, Ala. ADRIAN JOHN GRUBER Brooklyn, N. Y. ADRIAN SUTTON GWIN New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Operetta; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. Third Row: ROBERT SHARP HART, K A New Orleans, La. Honor Board; " T " Club; Basketball; Track; Class President (3). DONALD HUGH HIGGINS, JR., A T fl, A A A . . New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K. RENE HECTOR HIMEL, JR., AT £2, AAA Franklin, La. Glee Club: Greenbackers. LOUIS JOHN HINDELANG, JR. ... New Orleans, La. Fourth Row: WILLIAM SCOTT HOWSON, JR New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. ESTHER ROBERTS HUNT, i An Brisbee, Aril. HAROLD WALLACE HUNTER New Orleans, La. Camera Club; Y. M. C. A. SIDNEY ITZKOFF New York, N. Y. Fifth Row: MARION LEE JARRELL, ' I ' K 2 Alexandria, La. PEDRO ANTONIO JIMSNEZ Caguas, P. R. OWEN BRATTAIN JOHNSON • " " " ■ ' " = ' ■ A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Football. MYRON KASS. K N, B M Naw Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Glee Club. [242] OuhIo 4. First Row: JOHN JOSEPH KEESE New Orleans, La. Inlramural Basketball; Baseball. THOMAS MAXWELL KILLGORE, I ' A Lisbon, La. CALVIN MORRIS KING, XAE Sylvester, Ga. EUGENE ANTOINE KRAEMLR, JR New Orleans, La. Second Row: LOUIS OSCAR LAMBIOTTE Fort Smith, Ark. ALBERT ANDREW LANG Rio Piedras, P. R. WILLIAM JOSEPH LANGLOIS, JR., B M New Orleans, La. Y. M. C. A. JACK LEHMAN Brooklyn, N. Y. Third Row: ALAN JERRY LEONARD, K N, B M New Orleans, La. JOHN JOSEPH LEWIS, JR New Orleans, La. Y. M. C. A. MILES LESLIE LEWIS, ' tie Ada, Okla. GORDON EDWARD LIPSCOMB Birmingham, Ala. Fourth Row; RANDOLPH ABRAHAM LONDON West New York, N. J. Intramural Basketball. DANIEL LUBRANO, JR Tampa, Fla. LESLIE IRVING LUKASH New York, N. Y. EDWARD MILES McCORMICK Gretna, La. Fifth Row: GEORGE EDWARD MacDONALD, 2 A E New Orleans, La. PAUL McGILL, JR., AS New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. FREDERICK WILLIAM MAHER, JR New Orleans, La. Y. M. C. A.; Varsity Boxing; Intramural Basketball, Football. PETER MANDICH, SAE Gary, Ind. Varsity Football, Basketball. Sixth Row: CLARA MARIE ANNE MANUEL Pass Christian, Miss. HAROLD MARX, JR., ZBT, AAA New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; International Relations Club Vice-President; Oratorical and Debating Council. EDWARD STEWART MAUNSELL, II., K A New Orleans, La. Thirteen Club; T. U. R. K.; Track. JACK FRANCIS MEYER, 2 H New Orleans, La. Band; International Relations Club; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M, C. A. Seventh Row: THEO FRANK MIDDLETON, B 6 H New Orleans, La. WILLIAM BLANC MONROE, JR., £ X New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; " Hullabaloo " ; Oratorical and Debating Council. SAMUEL SENECA MOODY, JR., A T fl, A A A ... New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " MORTON B. MORGAN New York, N. Y. |!a). a CQLLEGE Q£ . fV ii U 1 JL [243] 9u4 lOA. COLLEGE OF U U First Row: ANDREAS VERNON MORTENSEN. i: A E Mobile, Ala. ELVIN BAYARD NOXON Houston, Tex. HARVEY GEORGE OCONOR Hot Springs, Ark. " Hullabaloo " ; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. ROBERT LYON PARKER, JR., HKA Cincinnati, Ohio " Jambalaya " ; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail. Second Row: JINX PETERSON Shreveport, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; University Theatre; Y. U. C. A. BENJAMIN ABY PEHY, B M, H 2 f New Orleans, La. Y. M. C. A. ANDREW LANE PLAUCHE, A T A, A A A Lake Charles, La. Glendy Buike Literary and Debating Society; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Spectators; Taffrail. JACK PADEN POLLOCK, K S New Orleans, La. Greenbackers; V hite Elephants; Y. M. C. A. Third Row; HOWARD MILTON POPKIN Brooklyn, N. Y. LUIS CARLOS PRIETO, JR., I A Panama City, R. P. A Capella Choir; Glee Club. HUMBERTO QUIRARTE, ■! I A Juarez, Mexico HOWARD QUITTNER Brooklyn, N. Y. Glee Club; Operetta. Fourth Row: ROBERT ROGER REEVES Harrisonburg, La. Glee Club. DAVID FOLKE3 REID, ATA Amite City, La. Honor Board; International Relations Club. LLOYD JAMES REUTER New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. GEORGE BOUTCHER RIVIERE, K A New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Track. Fifth Row: MEYER ROSENBAUM Bronx, N. Y. ALVIN JACOB RUBIN West Warwick, R. I. BASIL JOHANN RUSOVICH New Orleans, La. International Relations Club. IRVIN CULMON SCHNEIDER, £AM Chipley, Fla. Sixth Row: CURTISS JOSEPH SCHROEDER, £ E New Orleans, La. Camera Club. SAMUEL MELVILLE SCOTT, HKA Oakdale, La. ELIZABETH 5EAVER New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; " Hullabaloo. " JULES JAYE SECKLER, TE I New York, N. Y. Seventh Row: CHARLES ALFRED SHIELDS, ATA New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya " ; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. LYALL GUTHRIE SHIELL, JR New Orleans, La. Y. M. C. A. JOHN SILVERIO Tampa, Fla. JOHN HOMER SIMS. JR., A 9 Poughkeeptie, N. Y. Honor Board; Football; Baseball; Basketball. [244i Qi44€4MA First Row: FRED ALBERT SKELLIE, JR Long Beach, Miss. Naval R. O. T. C; Taltrail; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. ST. JOHN FRANCIS SMITH, Ben New Orleans, La. " T " Club; Varsity Football; Basketball. ARTHUR BRYAN SNOWHITE Elizabeth, N. J. ALBERT PETER SPAAR, JR., K A New Orleans, La. Second Row: JAMES WOODBURN SPENCER, JR New Orleans, La. A T fi, A A A, B IT e A Capella Choir; Campus Nite- Glee Club; Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society: Honor Board; " Hullabaloo " ; International Relations Club; Operetta; Y. M. C. A. WARREN LEE STERN New Orleans, La. Honor Board; " Hullabaloo. " AVRON YUCELLE SWEET, K N St. Petersburg, Fla. GLENN ERWIN TAYLOR, JR New Orleans, La. Trsct (2. 3). Third Row: DANIEL RAYMOND THORNTON, JR., K A Meridian, Miss. SAM ABRAHAM THREEFOOT, Z B T, B M Selma, Ala. Band; Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; Track. HYMAN CYRIL TOLMAS, K N New Orleans, La. GEORGE HAMILTON TOMPKINS, 4 K E Washington, D. C. Fourth Row: NATHAN TROUM, K N Bayonne, N. J. Cotillion Club. MARTIN TURKISH, K N Bayonne, N. J. Cotillion Club; Pan-Hellenic Council. WILLIAM TREVILIAN TURNER, JR., A 9 ..... New Orleans, La. MIGUEL ANGEL VALES, Ben Merida, Mexico Fifth Row: HAROLD DAVID VICTOR, SAM New Orleans, La. Honor Board; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. M. C A. JOHN SUMPTER WALKER New Orleans, La. " Hullabaloo. " WINSTON WAKEFIELD WALKER, ATS!, ... New Orleans, La. WILLIAM H. WALLACE, III., H K A New Orleans, La. A Capella Ctioir; Glee Cub; Greenbackers; " Jambalaya " Assistant Editor (2), Associate Editor (3); Freshman Y. M. C. A.; University Theatre; Social Club. Sixth Row: PHILIP MATHER WALMSLEY, K A New Orleans, La. DAVID ALEXANDER WARRINER, JR New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Honor Board; Operetta; Y. M. C. A. HOLMAN RUTHERFORD WHERR ' TT New Orleans, La. ROY SAUNDERS WHITE, JR., B 6 n, B M New Orleans. La. Seventh Row: CHARLES PERRY WILLIS Marksville, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Oratorical and Debating Council; Taffrail; University Theatre. CHARLES PHILLIP WIMBERLY, ATA York, Ala. Intramural Unit Manager. AKIRA RICHARD YAMANOHA Hilo, Hawaii HAROLD JOSEPH ZERINGER, JR., H K A New Orleans, La. Band; Greenbackers; Honor Board; International Relations Club. COLLEGE OF [245] COLLEGE Ol= •.V. ' ' i«?C ' 1 ' u U J l4 ide uyva(inaieA. First Row: PAUL DAVE ALEXANDER, M4 New York, N. Y. PAUL EUGENE ALLEMANDI, ' 43, ! K S New Orleans, La. Football. BRUCE WALTER ALSPACH, ' 44, K S Pascagoula, Miss. HERMAN WEATHERBY ANDERSON, JR., ' 43 .... Brookhaven, Miss. ! ' K r Band; Glee Club; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. Second Row: WAYNE GORMAN ANDERSON, ' 44, B 9 IT ... . Shenandoall, Iowa RICHARD GEORGE ANDRY, ' 43, ATA New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T C; Taffrail. WALTER GILBERT ANDRY, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. CHARLES FREDERICK ANEPOHL, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Third Row: I5MAEL CUELLAR ANGULO, JR., ' 44 Tampa, Fla. TOMAS RODRIGO ARIAS, ' 44 David, R. P. MALCOLM DOUGLAS ARNOULT, ' 43, S « E . . . . New Orleans, La. Y. M. C. A. ELLIS ARONSON, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Fourth Row: STANLEY VINCENT A5BURY, JR., ' 44, n K A . . . . New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Freshman Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Football, Baseball. NORMAN JOSEPH ATTENHOFER, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. THOMAS GUS BAFFES, ' 43 New Orleans, La. JACK BAKER, ' 44 Bogalusa, La. Fifth Row: EDWARD BLEIKE BALDINGER, JR., ' 43, K E .... New Orleans, La. Freshman Forensic Council; Freshman Y. M. C. A.; Football Manager; Y. M. C. A. Vice-President (2). JAMES CLARK BASS, ' 44, K A Jackson, Miss. LOUIS TULANE BASS, JR., ' 43, ATA Ogden, Utah Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; T. U. R. K.; White Elephants. WAYNE ALEXANDER BEARD, ' 44, A G McComb, Miss. Sixth Row: FRANK HAYNE BEATROUS, ' 43, K A New Orleans, La. EUGENE KIRK BELL, ' 43, i KS Clovis, Calif. HERBERT FRANK BENNERFIELD, JR., ' 44 Gretna, La. MAURICE TENNEY BENEDICT, JR., ' 43, A 9 ... . Lawrence, Kan. Seventh Row: COLEMAN JOSEPH BERANGER, ' 43 New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta. GERALD SANDERS BERENSON, ' 43, Z B T Bogalusa, La. DICK BERNHEIM, ' 44 Gulfport, Miss. FOLSE JOSEPH BERTAUT, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Football. [246] i xie uyuxxlUudeA. First Row: ALVIN CARMELO BER1UCCI, MS New Orleans. La. Y. M. C. A. STANFORD DAWSON BEVIS, ' 43 New Orleans. La. Camera Club. JOSEPH ZACHARY BIEGELEISEN, JR., ' tl Jamaica. N. Y. JAMES FLIMEN BIGGART, JR.. ' 43, Z J. Mullens. W. Va. Honor Board. Second Row; KENNETH GEORGE BLACKWELL, ■44 New Orleans. La. SYDNEY BLETTER. ' 44 Brooklyn. N. Y. TED BLOCH. ' 44, Z B T New Orleans. La. Band; Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; " Hullabaloo " ; International Relations Club; " Jambalaya. " ARTHUR WILLIAM BOHMFALK. JR., ' 43 New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Bjnd; Glee Club; Operetta; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A. Third Row: ROSCOE OSMOND BONISTEEL. JR., ' 44 Ann Arbor. Mich. Basketball. ST. PAUL BOURGEOIS. III. ' 43. AKE Jeanerette. La. University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. DAVID FRENCH BOYD. JR.. ' 44, S X Long Beach, Calif. Naval R. O, T. C; Taffrail. TRAVIS HARDY BOYKIN, JR., ' 44. n K A Hattiesburg, Miss, Glee Club; Freshman Y. M. C. A. Fourth Row: CARL DYESS BRANNAN, ' 44, K A Jackson, Miss. HERBERT JOHN BREMERMANN, JR., ' 44, Ben.. New Orleans, La. Class Vice-President (I). WALTER HUGH BRENT, ' 43 B 9 H Hammond, La. BEN B. BRILL, JR., ' 44, ZBT New Orleans. La. Fifth Row: HAROLD MORGAN BRITT. ' 43 Winter Garden. Fla. CLAUDE LAMAR BROWN. JR., ' 43, S A E Mobile, Ala. CLYDE KIMBALL BROWN, ' 44, ATA Wilmette, III. Honor Board; " Jambalaya " ; Thirteen Club. WILLIAM BURLIE BROWN. ' 43 New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; International Relations Club; Bardies. Sixth Row; ANTHONY JOSEPH BRUNO. ' 43 Elizabeth, N. J. ALBERT HERMANCE BUBB, ' 44, K A Monroe, La. Naval R. O. T. C. SIDNEY DUDLEY BULLARD, ' 43 New Orleans, La. HUGH PAUL BURBANK, ' 44 Bay St. Louis, Miss. Band. Seventh Row: CHARLES ALLEN BURLESON, JR., ' 43 Erie, Pa. A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail. LEWELL COLBERT BUTLER, JR., ' 43, B 9 H Shreveport, La. ALBERT DAVID CAIRE, ' 43, ( KZ New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. JAMES GERARD CAIRE, ' 44 Edgard, La. Glee Club. P.VK . i i. COLLEGE OF [247] l ndeAxyuuiuxiie . r COLLEGE OF ' 1 ' " " ' First Row: JOHN BERNARD CAIRE, ' 44, K S New Orleans, La. JOE DAVIDSON CALHOUN, JR., ' 43 Ruston, La. Glee Club; Honor Board; Operetta. CLIFTON CAMPBELL, ' 44 Pensacola, Fla. Campus Nite; Glee Club. CHARLES BOYLE CAMPBELL, JR.. ' 44, i A 9 . College Station, Texas Camera Club; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants; Freshman Y. M. C. A. Second Row; JOHN FRED CARAWAY, ' 44, n K A New Orleans, La. Freshman Forensic Council; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C.; Taffrail; University Theatre; White Elephants; Freshman Y. M. C. A. HERMINIO DOLORES CARRIZO, ' 44 Ocu, R. P. EDMOND LUCIEN CASSOU, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. ROBERT LeROY CHIPLEY, ' 44, K i Greenwood, S. C. Naval R. O. T. C; Freshman Y. M. C. A. Third Row: MALCOLM MOORE COATE, ' 44 Arkadelphia, Ark. Naval R. O. T. C. MERVIN RUDOLPH COHEN, ' 44, SAM Brooklyn, N. Y. EDWARD O ' BRIEN COMER, ' 44 Jacksonville, Fla. Glee Club. ROBERT JAMES CONROY, ' 44, B 9 H New Orleans, La. Fourth Row: HENRY THOMAS COOK, ' 43 i; A E New Orleans, La. Y. M. C. A. ASAHEL WALKER COOPER, ' 44, B 9 H New Orleans, La. Glee Club. SAM CORENSWET. JR., ' 44, ZBT New Orleans, La. Camera Club; Glee Club; Operetta. ELGIN COURTLAND COWART, JR., ' 44, A 9 . . . Fort Gaines, Ga. Fifth Row: GORDON OWEN CRAGWALL, JR., ' 44, K 1 . . East Williston, N. Y. SIDNEY JOSEPH CROCHET, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Baseball. NICHOLAS CLAY CROMWELL, ' 43, ATA New Orleans, La, Glee Ciub- Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail; Whit e Elephants; Y. M. C. A. RICHARD PEYTARIN CROMWELL, ' 43, ATA ... New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. Sixth Row: SHERWOOD ARTHUR CUYLER, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Y. M. C. A.; Football. LEAR WILLIAM DANE, ' 43 New Orleans, La. LEONARD JOSEPH DANIELS, JR., ' 44, A 9 ... . Shreveport, La. LAWRENCE FABACHER D ' ANTONI, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. Seventh Row: CHARLES WHEELER DARNALL, ' 44, A T (2 Franklin, La. Glee Club; White Elephants; Freshman Y. M. C. A. HEBER ELMER DARTON, JR., ' 44, K S Danville, Ark. " Hullabaloo " : Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. GEORGE BEL DAVIS, ' 44, K S New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M. C. A. ROBERT EDWARD DAVIS. ' 44 Brooklyn, N. Y. r248] HxXje uyuixiMxiteA First Row: HENRY CONRAD DAUBERT. JR., ' 43 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. FREDERICK GEORGE DEILER, ' 43 New Orleans, La. GEORGE DEN6GRE, ' 44, K . ' BMokI, Miss. LAWRENCE LOSCH DILLON, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. NORMAN DINHOFER, ' 43, K N Brooklyn, N. Y. Second Row: HENRY MOSELEY DISMUKES, ' 43, ' I ' A Q Mobile, Ala. CHARLES OSCAR DONNAUD, III., ' 43, K S . . . . New Orleans, La. Campus Nite; Cheerleader, Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; T. U, R. K. JOHN SHELBURNE DONNAUD, ' 43, A K E .... New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; Operetta; Y. M. C, A. BODIE EUGENE DOUGLAS, ' 44 New Orleans, La. LEONARD LOUIS DOWTY, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Honor Board. Third Row: JAMES EVERETT EAVES, JR., ' 44, B 9 11 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. MITCHELL EDE, ' 43 Hatliesburg, Miss. EDWARD LANGHOFF EMLING, ' 44, ATA .... New Orleans, La. Honor Board; " Jambalaya " ; White Elephants President. ROBERT WALTER EVERETT, ' 43 New Orleans, La. GORDON OVERTON EWIN, ' 44, Ben New Orleans, La. Glee Club. Fourth Row: LLOYD CHARLES EYRICH, JR., ' 43 New Orleans, La. Y. M. C. A. STEPHEN COLEMAN FARNUM, ' 44. A T A New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M. C. A. JOHN JACOB FARRELL, 44, A 9 New Orleans, La. Cheerleader; " Jambalaya " ; T. U. R. K. RICHARD ALAN FAUST, ' 43, K A New Orleans, La. Honor Board: White Elephants; Football. WILLIAM GERSON FELLMAN, ' 44, SAM New Orleans, La. Band; Camera Club; Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; International Relations Ciub; Freshman Y. M. C. A. Fifth Row: JAMES SCOTT FLOWER, ' 44, K A New Orleans, La. Football. ALLEN RAY FONTENOT, ' 43, S X Mamou, La. HEWITT BATES FOX, ' 44, ATA New Orleans, La. Freshman Forensic Council; Glee Club; White Elephants. AUGUST HENRY FRA2ER, ' 44 New Orleans, La. WARREN JOSEPH GADPAILLE, ' 44, AS New Orleans, La. Glee Club; University Theatre; Freshman Y. M. C. A. Sixth Row: PIERRE DeGRANGE GELPI, ' 44 New Orleans. La. CRAWFORD DENTON GIBBES, JR., ' 44, K A Laurel, Miss. UPTON WRIGHT GILES, JR., ' 44, K S New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M. C, A. MASON PILCHER GILFOIL, ' 44, B H Lake Providence, La. CARROLL ALLEN GIRAUD, ' 43. K S New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. [249: 4 xie uyu4xl44xiteA. COLLEGE OF n y y First Row: JACK ASHLEY GOLD, ' 43, SAM Shreveport, La, Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; International Relations Club. IRVIN ALVAN GOLDMAN, ' 43, K N Bogalusa, La. SEYMOUR GOODSTEIN, ' 43 Brooklyn, N. Y. EDWARD DONALD GRAFF, ■43, K N New York, N. Y. EMORY LEA GRAVES, ' 44, ATS Slidell, La. Second Row: JOHN RICHARD GRIFFITH, ' 43, ATA Monessen, Pa. TOMMY GEORGE GROSSMAN, ' 44, X A M Milwaukee, Wis. FREDERICK ERNEST GUEDRY, JR., ' 43, 11 K A . . . New Orleans, La. Y. M. C A.; Baseball; Intramural Basketball. MAX GUINN, ' 43, -I-AG Ducktown, Tenn. EDMOND MILTON HALEY, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. Third Row: MILTON JOSEPH HARGIS, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. WILLET BINION HARMON, ' 43, •[• A Apopka, Fla. FRANCIS MARION HARRIS, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Band. JIMMIE TOOKE HARRIS, ' 43, SAE Shreveport, La. CHARLES EDGAR HART, ' 44, £ X Pine Bluff, Ark. Glee Club; White Elephants; Freshman Y. M. C. A. Fourth Row: THEO HIRSCH HARVEY, JR., ' 44, A K E New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Thirteen Club; Y. M. C. A. JAMES THOMAS HAWTHORNE, ' 44 Oconee, Fla. WALLACE SANFORD HEBERT, ' 44 New Orleans, La. ROBERT GREENE HENDON, JR., ' 44, S A E .... Birmingham. Ala. White Elephants. ROBERT SMITH HENDRICK, ' 44, t A 9 Shreveport, La. Fifth Row: SIMEON KAHN HENINGER, JR., ' 43, Z B T Monroe, La. Band; Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society. ARTHUR ANSELM HEROLD, JR., ' 43, Z B T Shreveport, La. Greenbackers; " Hullabaloo " ; Assistant Tennis Manager. STANFORD PHILIP HERRON, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Band; Campus Nite; Glee Club; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A. ARTHUR DUKES HERTZBERG, ' 43 Bayonne, N. J. EUGENE HESDORFFER, ' 43, ZBT Canton, Miss. Sixth Row: VICTOR HOWELL HESS, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. ARCHIBALD THOMAS HIGGINS. JR., ' 44, K 2 Gretna, La. Cheerleader; Freshman Y. M. C. A.; White Elephants; T. U. R. K. JOSEPH ROTSCHILD HIRSCH, ' 44, ZBT Greenville, Miss. Band; Freshman Y. M. C. A. SIMON HERBERT HIRSCH, ' 44, ZBT New Orleans, La. Camera Club; Glee Club. RICHARD SAMUEL HODES, ' 44, S A M Miami Beach, Fla. Band. ■Wi [250] Hxlle uyuAJUuiteA First Row: CLAUDE BLUFORD HOGAN, ' 44, A K E Hogansvllle, Ga. Glee Club: Naval R. O. T, C. JOHN ANDREW HOMES, ' 43 New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. M. C. A. STANHOPE FELIX HOPKINS, ' 44, K A New Orleans, La. WALTER LYALL HOWELL, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M. C. A. SAMERILL BENSON HUTTON, JR., ' 43, I A ... Fort Srrith, Ark. " Jambalaya. " Second Row: ALBERT LEWIS HYMAN, ' 43, S A M. B M New Orleans, La. Camera Club; Glendy Burke Liierary and Debating Society; Interna- tional Relations Club Librarian. EDWARD SIDNEY HYMAN, ' 44, 2AM New Orleans, La. Camera Club; Honor Board; Internationa! Relations Club; Freshman Y. M. C. A. BERNARD LANDAU JACOBS, ' 43, Z B T New Orleans, La. Camera Club; Honor Board; Class Secretary-Treasurer (2). FOSTER MATTHEW JOHNS, JR., ' 43, BOH.... New Orleans, La. Thirteen Club. LEO EARNEST JOHNS, JR., ' 43, i K £ Floresville, Texas Third Row: JOSEPH CLEMENT KING, ' 44, ZBT Jackson, Miss. International Relations Club; Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society. LEONARD MUELLER KING, JR., ' 43, n K A . . . . New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. SOL LEWIS KOOK, ' 44, K N Jersey City, N. J. JAMES HIRAM KOSTMAYER, ' 44, Ben New Orleans, La. VERNON RAYMOND KROLL, ' 43, AS New Orleans, La. Greenbackers; White Elephants. Fourth Row: JACK KUSHNER, ' 44, K N Brooklyn, N. Y. Intramural Basketball. JOSEPH DOMENICO LAZZARA, ' 44 Tampa, Fla. FRANCIS AUSTIN CALISTE LEDET, ' 43, S X . . ■ Houma, La. RICHARD HONG WAH LEE, ' 43 Honolulu, Hawaii Glee Club. JAMES KINLEY LEES, ' 44 Jacksonville, Fla. Glee Club. Fifth Row: DUDLEY LEIBOWITZ, ' 43, K N Brooklyn, N. Y. DIXON GEARHART LeGROS, ' 44 New Orleans, La. LEONARD LEON, ' 43, K . New Orleans, La. Symphony Orchestra. ROBERT CRAWFORD LEONHARDT, ' 43 New Orleans, La. K A, A A A Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; Greenbackers; Honor Board. WALTER EDMOND LEVY, JR.. ' 43, ZBT New Orleans, La. Honor Board; International Relations Club. Sixth Row: VINCENT ANTHONY LIBERTO, ' 43 Laurel, Miss. ALLEN LILL, ' 43, KKA New Orleans, La. Band; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants. ELLIOT JAMES LOCASCIO, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M. C. A. SAMUEL LOGAN, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M. C. A. GEORGE TRUETT LONG, ' 44 , S A E RIdgeland, S. C. Seventh Row: STEWART McLENDON LONG, ' 43, 2 X Atlanta Ga T. U. R. K. ROBERT EDWARD LOW, ' 44, K A Fort Worth, Texas FOSTER COLLINS McCALEB, JR., ' 43, A 9 Houston, Texas WILLIAM WHITLEY McCALL, ' 43 Covington, Tenn. Honor Board. GEORGE EDWARD McCASKEY, JR., ' 43, H K A . . New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Honor Board; Intramural Council; Class President (1), Vice-President (2); Baseball. COLLEGE QFk £251] ' ' - ' m - { AeAxyixsxLuitel COLLEGE OR ' - mi, J First Row: LOUIS WILLIAM McFAUL, JR., ' 43, K 2. A A A . . New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Jambalayd " ; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail; White Elephants; Class Secretary-Treasurer (I). President (2). WILLIAM ROBERT McGEHEE, ' 43, ATA Ossinlng, N. Y. Tennis. SAMUEL JASON McGREW, ' 44, K I New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M, C. A. ARMAND GOLDSMITH McHENRY, JR., ' 43, A K E ... Monroe, La. Intramural Unit Manager; Boxing; Track. WILLIAM LESLIE McLEOD, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. M. C A. Second Row: JAMES VERNON McMULLEN, ' 44, S A E Victoria, Texas White Elephants. WILLIAM KENNON McWILLIAMS, JR., ' 43, K 2 . . New Orleans, La. Honor Board; Y, M. C. A. Cabinet President (2); Basketball; Football Manager; Campus Nite. CHARLES FREEMAN MAGINNIS, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Greenbackers; " Hullabaloo " ; Naval R. O. T. C; " Jambalaya. " WILLIAM DANIEL MAGINNIS, JR., ' 43, H K A . . New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Football. MacCAMPBELL MALLARY, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Band. Third Row: MELVIN MANDEL, ' 43 Brooklyn, N. Y. Glee Club; Intramural Soccer. GEORGE PEABODY MARKS, III., ' 43 New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; International Relations Club. WILLIAM SHERMAN MARSHALL, ' 44 Leon, Kan. ALLEN WALKER MARTIN, HI., ' 43. B 6 n, A A A . . Bogalusa, La. MILLARD EMILE MATTHEW, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Fourth Row: ALFRED THOMAS MAUND, JR., ' 44 Jennings, La. Band; Naval R. O. T. C. HUNTER WILLYARD MAY, ' 43, K S New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. M. C. A.; Boxing. ROYAL ANTHONY MAYON, ' 44 Morgan City, La. Football. EDWARD RUSSELL MEADOWS, ' 44, B 6 H Birmingham, Ala. ARTHUR MURRAY MEISEL, ' 43, K N Brooklyn, N. Y. University Theatre. Fifth Row: JAMES JOHN EDMOND MESTIER, ' 44, S X .... St. Kitts, B. W. I. JULIAN JAMES MIESTER, ' 43, K 2 New Orleans, La. Band; Y. M. C. A. HENRY KINGKADE MILLER, ' 43, A Shreveport, La. White Elephants. WIL SON FLOYD MINOR, ' 43 Bogalusa, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. ROBERT McPEAKE MONTGOMERY, ' 44, K S ... New Orleans, La. Sixth Row: RICHARD ALBERT MORVANT, ' 44, K A Thibodaux, La. Band. HERBERT LEON MOSKOWITZ, ' 44, K N Brooklyn, N. Y. JOHN PAUL MUHLEISEN, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Band. HARRY KEYES MURRAY, JR., ' 44, A 6 Louisyille, Ky. Naval R. O. T. C; Football; Rifle Team. WILLIAM JENNINGS MURRAY, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. Seventh Row: JAMES WILLIS NELSON, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; Oratorical and Debating Council. JOHN REXFORD NORTH, JR., ' 44, K S New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M. C. A. CARL JOHN NYMAN, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R, O. T. C; Taffrail. MERLIN MAURICE OHMER, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C. STANFORD LESTER OPOTOWSKY, ' 43, SAM ... New Orleans, La. [252] inde uyiGxIUude First Row: STANLEY JEROME ORLOFF, ' 44, K N New York, N. Y. ENRIQUE ALBERTO ORITZ, ' 44 San Jose, C. R, WILLIAM CECIL OWEN, JR., ' 44. H K A Clewlston, Fla. Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; While Elephants. VINCENT ANTHONY PACIERA, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Band; Symphony Orchestra. GUSTAVE LOUIS PAILET, ' 44, K N New Orleans. La. Second Row: JOHN BILL PARMLEY, ' 44 Electra, Texas DAN THOMAS PATTERSON, ' 44. n K A Murfreesboro, Tenn. Freshman Y. M. C. A. WILLIAM THOMAS PATTON, ' 44, B 6 11 New Orleans. La. Band; Glee Club; Operetta; Freshman Y. M. C. A. Vice-President. IRA FREDERIC? PEAK, JR., ' 44, A T S! Aberdeen, N. C. Glee Club; Thirteen Club. JOHN RENfi PEREZ, JR.. ' 43. K A New Orleans. La. Naval R. O. T. C; Thirteen Club; T. U. R. K. Third Row: RAFAEL JOSE P6REZ, ' 44 Caracas. Venezuela EARL BRICKLE PHILIPS, ' 43 New Orleans, La. MARION JAMES PICINICH, ' 44 New Orleans, La. PAUL OCTAVE HEBERT PISMAN. ' 43. 2 X, A A A . New Orleans. La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail: White Elephants. CARLOS ANTONIO PINZON, ' 43. I A Panama. R. P. Fourth Row: FRANCIS AZZO PLOUSH, ' 44. ATA New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M. C. A. IRWIN FELIX POCHE, JR., ' 44, A £ New Orleans, La. University Theatre; Freshman Y. M. C. A.; Camera Ciub. PAUL CHRISTIAN POTTHARST, ' 44. t A 9 . . . . . New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; White Elephants. ROBERT HOLLINGSWORTH POTTS, ' 43. ATA... New Orleans. La. Camera Club; White Elephants. JACK WENDELL POU, ' 44, K A Shreveport. La. Fifth Row: MICHAEL STEPHEN POWER, JR.. ' 44 New Orleans, La. Band. JAMES ALEXANDER POYNER. ' 44. A Dothan. Ala. LESTER GEORGE PRICE, ' 43, ATA Houston, Texas A Capella Choir; Glee Club. JOHN EARL PRITCHARD. ' 44, AKE Oak Park, III. Naval R. O. T. C. ROBERT ELMER PROCTOR, ' 44 Charlotte. N. C. Sixth Row: SIDNEY WILLIAM PROVENSAL. JR., ' 44, n K A Slidell, La. Freshman Y. M. C. A. HOWARD HARVEY PRUE, ' 43 Brooklyn, N. Y. Band; Track. JAMES HARRISON QUINN, ' 44 New Orleans. La. Glee Club. JOSEPH HARVEY RAPPEPORT. ' 43, SAM Shreveport. La. Camera Club. CHARLES JACKSON RAY. ' 43. Ae Greenville, Ala. Honor Board; White Elephants. Seventh Row: STAIGG GEORGE RAY. ' 44. ATA New Orleans, La. THEO TODD REBOUL. ' 44 Hattiesburg. Miss. Camera Club; tfonor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. LESTER JAMES REED. ' 44 New Orleans, La. International Relations Club. JOSEPH FRANK REITH, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Baseball; Basketball. PETER JOSEPH RICCA, ' 44 New Orleans. La. EGE U 1 J 1253] ■■ • iiW ' ' «v 4 txlleAxyiculUuAie4. COLLEGE OF. J UL First Row: HORACE BUSHNELL RICKEY, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. LESTER HARVEY RIFKIN, ' 44 Brooklyn, N. Y. Campus Ni+e; " Hullabaloo. " DONALD ARTHUR RINGE, ' 43 New Orleans, La. International Relations Club. JOSEPH FELIX RIZZO, JR., ' 43 New Orleans, La. FRANK HOLLEYWORTH ROARK, JR., ' 44, K S . . . New Orleans, La. Honor Board; Naval R. O- T. C; Football. Second Row: JACK GANO ROBERTSON, ' 44, B 9 n New Orleans, La. Glee Club. EDWARD AUGUSTUS ROGERS, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M. C. A. WARREN JOSEPH ROGERS, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. DANIEL ROSE, JR., ' 44, SAM Providence, R. I. J. WILLIAM ROSENTHAL. ' 43, Z B T New Orleans, La. Band. Third Row: SIDNEY ROSENTHAL, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Band. LLOYD JOSEPH ROUX, ' 44 New Orleans, La. MARK WILLIAM SACKETT, ' 43, K N New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; Bardies Historian. WILLIAM EDWARD ST. CLAIR, ' 44, S E New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants. BERNARD SALOMON, ' 43, K N New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Bardies; Intramural Soccer, Softball; Baseball. Fourth Row: LOUIS HARDING SCHOPFFR, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Varsity Tennis. CHARLES SCHWARTZ, JR., ' 43, Z B T, A A A . . . New Orleans, La. Camera Club; Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; International Relations Club. GEORGE SCHWARTZ, ' 44 New York, N. Y. JAMES PORCH SCHWARTZ, ' 44, A K E New Orleans, La. Glee Club. RALPH JACOB SCHWARZ, JR., ' 44, Z B T New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. Fifth Row: RALPH FRANCIS SHIRER, JR., ' 43, K 2 New Orleans, La. Y. M. C. A. IRVING SHULMAN, ' 44 Bayonne, N. J. HARRY VERNON SIMS, JR., ' 43, K A New Orleans, La. MARION ELMO SMITH, JR., ' 43 New Orleans, La. ROLAND CALONGNE SMITH, ' 44, n K A New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. I. C. Sixth Row: GEORGE FITZGERALD SMOOT, ' 43, S A E Wetumpka, Ala. IRVING SOKOLSKY, ' 43. K N Houma, La. BERNARD MELVILLE SOLOMON, ' 44, Z B T . . . . New Orleans, La. HARRY N. SOLOMON, ' 43, Z B T Las Vegas, N. Mex. Boxing Manager (I). THEODORE SOLOMON, ' 44 Steelton, Pa. Band. Seventh Row: JOSEPH SPEAR, JR., ' 43 New Orlea ns, La. CLYDE RICHARD STANLEY, ' 44, 2 H New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M. C. A. SOL STEM PEL, ' 43, K N Elmont, N. Y. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society. MURRAY STOCK, ' 44 New York, N. Y. EDWIN WILLIAM STOCKMEYER, ' 43, B 6 K . . . . New Orleans, La. " irr ' " ' .rB [254 J • 4njde uyu4xluuxie4. First Row: LAWRENCE AUGUSTUS STONE, II., ' 43, A T S . , New Orleans, La. White Elephants. MALCOLM RENSHAW STOUSE, ' 44, S X New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Tatfrail. HOWARD BURTON STRAUSS, ' 43, Z B T Greenwood, Miss. RAYMOND SUAREZ, ' 43 Tannpa, Fla. LAWRENCE IRA TABOR, ' 43 Brooklyn, N. Y. Band. Second Row: CHARLES FREDERICK THOMASON, ' 43 New Orleans, La. JACK WADDELL THOMSON, ' 43, S X New Orleans, La. WIECK WILLIAM TIMI5H, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C. JOSEPH TRAUTMAN, ' 44 New Orleans, La. CLAUDE MERRILL TRAWICK, JR., ' 43, ATS Macon, Ga. Third Row: OSCAR FERNANDO TRISTAN, ' 43 Costa Rica JAMES GIBSON TUCKER, JR., ' 44, A K E Leiand, Miss. Glee Club; Intramural Basketball, Football. MALCOLM STICKLE Van de WATER, ' 44, 2 X Stuart, Fla. Glee Club; Freshman Y. M. C. A. DAVID ELMORE VERLANDER, JR., ' 44, K 2 ... . New Orleans, La. JOHN McCarthy ward, ' 43, K 2 Little Rod, Ark. A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta. Fourth Row: ROBERT BRYANS WATKINS, ' 43 Indian Springs, Ga. MORRIS JACOB WEISLER, ' 44, K N New Orleans, La. GERALD NAT WEISS, ' 43, Z A M : . New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society. MARION WELLFORD, ' 44, K A New Orleans, La. FRED AUGUST WENDT, JR., ' 44, K £ New Orleans, La. Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Class President (1); Football. Fifth Row: JIM BOB WHITE, JR., ' 43, Ae Shreveport, La. " Jambalaya. " DONALD WYNN WHITE, ' 44, K A Alexandria, La. WILLIAM LANE WHITMAN, ' 43 New Orleans, La. ROBERT LADD WILLARD, ' 43, ATA New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail. CHESTER ARTHUR WILLIAMS, JR., ' 44, K A . . . Murfreesboro, Tenn. Sixth Row: LEWIS McLAURINE WILLIAMS, ' 43, A 6 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. ROBERT MILTON WILLIAMS, ' 43, Ben New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya " Business Manager. ANDRe ' VICTOR WOGAN, ' 43, S H New Orleans, La. Glee Club. HENRI WOLBRETTE, II., ' 43, ZBT Shreveport, La. Football. ELLIS MALLAM WOODWARD, ' 43, K A New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Golf. Seventh Row: WILLIAM EVERARD WRIGHT, ' 44 New Orleans, La. LAWRENCE LOUIS ZERINGER. ' 44, H K A New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants. EDWARD GEORGE ZIEGLER, ' 43, K A New Orleans, La. " Hullabaloo, " LEONARD ZINKER, ' 44 Brooklyn, N. Y. .i .A,, .. J 1 JL [255] ul - " ■■ ' ■ ' ' icy i ? . :. ' ' - LEFT TO RIGHT: J. McCARRON, J. P O L A C K, J. EWIN, A. S O U L E. T. GRAIN OFFICERS OF THE CEHSSES STUDENT BODY JOSEPH W. McCARRON, JR President WALLACE B. MALLU Vice-President WALTER D. SHEPARD Secretary-Treasurer SENIOR CLASS JOSEPH POLACK President ROBERT BASNETT Vice-President FRANCIS ORY Secretary-Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS JAMES EWIN President ROBERT COLE Vice-President WILLIAM HUDSON Secretary-Treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS ALBERT LEE SOULE, III President HERBERT O ' DONNELL, JR Vice-President ROBERT NEWLIN Secretary-Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS TIMOTHY A. CRAIN President SAMUEL J. STOKES Vice-President CLARA L. ANTIN Secretary-Treasurer [25£] 1 J - 1 . ' • ' „ -c,;-j- P- ■-. 4- . : ;%ar3; k ;c- ■se-- ' « 5 • ? 1 . ' a - s?e WW ' - i COLLEGE OF 1 ] • Senior • First Row; JACK ANDREW ALLISON, A T S2, Biloxi, Miss. American Society of Civil Engineers Secretary (4); Intrannural Basket- ball (I. 2). JOHN EVERETT ARNOULT, 2 E, A X Z New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Camera Club President. ROBERT THOMAS BASNETT, T B H New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers Chairman (4); American Society of Mechanical Engineers Secretary (3); Engineers Technological Atelier; Class Vice-President (4). Second Row: JOHN LOUIS BELL New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ROBERT EDWIN BELL, JR New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier. WALTER JAMES BINNINGS New Orleans, La. Gargoyle. Architectural Society; T. U. R. K. Third Row: GEORGE NARCISSE BISCHOF New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. RODNEY ALFRED BLACK, T B n New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Basketball, Football. HENRY JOSEPH BULTMAN, JR., K S. A X S . . New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Greenbackers. Fourth Row: WILLIAM RICHARD BURK, JR., H K A New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers, Vice-President (3), President (4). EDMUND ROSS BUXTON, JR Cincinnati, Ohio American Society of Civil Engineers. PAUL GIBERT CHARBONNET. JR., IKE New Orleans, La. Architectural Society Vice-President. Fifth Row: JOHN CONDIT CULBERTSON, A K E New Orleans, La. ,, American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Thirteen Club; Basketball. ' ARTHUR DAVIS, ZBT New Orleans, La. Gargoyle. Architectural Society Treasurer; Cotillion Club; " Hullabaloo " ; T. U. R. K. Vice-President. j HARRY LEE DEAS, JR., K 2, A X S New Orleans, La. I American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Varsity Golf (2, 3). [258] Senio 6. MANUEL JOSEPH DeLERNO, T B E New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Vice-Choirman (3), Secre- tary-Treisurer (4); Band (I, 2, 3). FRANCIS ANTHONY del MARMOL, K r New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Campus Nile Chairman; T. U. R. K.; Cheerleader {I, 2, 3, -(), Head (4). JAMES THOMAS DWYER, JR New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Second Row: RAY ARTHUR DYKE, JR., K 2 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Intramural Unit Manager; Y. M. C. A. LLOYD PURUES FADRIQUE, .V T New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers Secretary; Engineers Techno- logical Atelier Vice-President; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. CHARLES HENRY FLOWER, K A New Orleans, La. Architectural Society; " T " Club; Football (I); Varsity Football (2, 3, 4); Track. Third Row: MAURICE JOSEPH GELPI, ATA New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Band. WILLIAM EDWARD GREVE New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. WALTER RALEIGH GULLEY, JR., K 2, A X £ . . Pascagoula, Miss. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Greenbackers. Fourth Row; DOUGLAS CLIFFORD HALLEY New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers. RICHARD ALAN HERROD, JR St. Rose, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; American Society of Me- chanical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier, Vice-President (3), Secretary (4); Class Secretary (2). HORACE SLEET HENDERSON, A X 2, T B H ... New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Fifth Row: WILLIAM CHARLES HILDEBRAND, JR., 2 X ... . New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. MARY CLARE HOGG, B 2 New Orleans, La. Architectural Society. BERNARD LACOSTE KIERNAN, JR New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier. ., [239] COLLEGE OF 1 ] Se4UXiA First Row: CHARLES ROBERTS LAMKiN, A K E . . . . Architectural Society. Alexandria, La. GEORGE MURRAY LEAKE. HKA New Orleans. La. II A Cdpella Choir; Architectural Society; Cotillion Club; Operetta; T. U. R. K. JAMES WESLEY LEAKE. HKA New Orleans. La. Architectural Society. Second Row: BYRON LA2AR LEVY, Z B T. T B R New Orleans. La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers Chairman. JOHN DONALD LOCKWOOD. JR., 4» K S New Orleans. La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers. JOSEPH WILLIAM McCARRON. JR New Orleans. La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Honor Board; Student Council Secretary; Student Body Presi- dent (4); Football (I, 2, 3); Basketball (I, 2); Class President (I. 2, 3). Third Row: WALLACE BERTRAND MALLU. T B H New Orleans. La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Class Secretary-Treasurer (3) ; Student Body Vice-President (4) ; Student Center Council (4) ; Intramural Basketball. Baseball. Football, Softball. JOFFRt PERSHING MERCIER New Orleans. La. Engineers Technological Atelier. ROBERT KENNETH MICHAELS. IX Orlando. Fla. Fourth Row: STENNING COATE MURPHY. K A. A X S New Orleans. La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. STANLEY LEWIS NYHAN Waterloo. Iowa Football. COLLEGE a [260] GLADYS ARDELL NOLAN Gaigoyle. Architectural Society. Fifth Row: CLAUDE HENRY OAKLAND, Ben, Architectural Society; T. U. R. K. Jacksonville, Fla. Monroe, La. FRANCIS CORKERY O ' CONNOR New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier. SenlCf • First Row: FRANCIS JOSEPH ORY. i: n New Orleans. La. American Society of Civil Engineers; Honor Board; Pan-Hellenic Council; Class Secretary-Treasurer (4). JOSEPH ALBERT POLACK, T B II, O A K New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier Secretary (3); Class Vice-President (3), President (4). LIGOURI OSWALD RAMM Metairie. La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Second Row: PAUL HARDING RICKER, TBH Wakefield. Mass. American Society of Civil Engineers. WALTER DORMAN SHEPARD New Orleans, La. Gargoyle Architectural Society; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; T. U. R. K.; Student Body Secretary-Treasurer (4). ALLEN NATHAN SMITH. SAM New Orleans. La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Class Baseball, Boxing, Football. Third Row: ALWYN SMITH. JR.. n K A New Orleans. La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Operetta; Glee Club; Track. HAROLD HENRY STREAM. JR.. A X S, 2 X ... . New Orleans. La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. ARTHUR WENDEL STOUT. JR.. 2 X, T B n .... New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Pan- Hellenic Council; White Elephants. Fourth Row: CHARLES EDWARD KNIGHT STRONG. A K E ... New Orleans. La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Thirteen Club. GEORGE HUTCHINSON THOMPSON. A X S ... New Orleans. La. A Ca pel la Choir; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Cotillion Club Executive Committee; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. President. WILLIAM ANDREW WOOD. JR.. T B H. A X £. K S. Mobile. Ala. A Capella Choir; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. COLLEGE OF W - • L. te [261] WM I] ■-nm m «fv " COLLE E OP .ifiiisiiiiii : 1 First Row: HARRIE WILSON BACKES, JR., A 2 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Pan-Hellenic Council. FRANCIS ROWEN BARNARD, JR., 2 ■! E New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan- Hellenic Council; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. VERNON WYATT BARROW, 1 K2 Money, Miss. American Institute of Electrical Engineers. Second Row: HAL CLARENCE BECKER New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers. JOSEPH GRIMA BERNARD, K A New Orleans, La. Architectural Society. RALPH EDGAR BLAKE New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Third Row: PERRY LAWRENCE BROWN, AKE New Iberia, La. Architectural Society. JOHN SPOTTSWOOD BURWELL, A T a New Orleans, La. Engineers Technological Atelier; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ROBERT MERRILL COLE, K £ South Bend, Ind. American Instirute of Chemical Engineers; Cotillion Club; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail President; T. U. R. K.; Class Vice- President; Intramural Basketball, Football, Softball, Soccer. Fourth Row: GEORGE LAWHON CRAIN, K A, A X £ Shreveport, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. SYLVESTER HUBBARD CROCHET Houma, La. Architectural Society. HARRY RICHARD DAVIES, SAE New Orleans, La. Fifth Row: THOMAS BAYNE DENEGRE, JR., K A Biloxi, Miss. Naval R. O. T. C. STANLEY GEORGE DINKEL New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers. WALTER EDWIN DOUGLAS, JR., A £ " f New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers; Band; Engineers Technological Atelier; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Basketball, Track; Freshman Y. M. C. A. [262] First Row; HOLMES EARL, A l n New Orleans, La, American Society of Civil Engineers; Noval R. O, T. C; Taffrail; Y. M C. A. WILLIAM JOSEPH ECKART, JR., BOH New Iberia, La. Architectural Society; University Theatre. JAMES ANTHONY EVANS New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. Second Row. JAMES PERKINS EWIN, JR., UGE New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier. President (3); Honor Board; Intramural Council; Thirteen Club; T. U. R. K. President; Class President {2, 3); Tennis Manager (3); Class Basketball, Baseball. MAURICE CASPER FELIX, K N New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. FAURIE EUGENE FERCHAUD, T B H Waveland, Miss. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Cotillion Club; Engineers Technological Atelier; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. Third Row: RICHARD CURTIS FITZGERALD, JR., n K A . . . . New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. BENJAMIN HENRY FLAKE New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. IRWIN FRANKEL New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Band. Fourth Row: CHRISTOPHER PAUL GADSDEN New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers. MORRIS HERMAN GOLD, K N Niagara Falls, N. Y. WILLIAM SCOTT GOLDMAN, K S Waterproof, La. American Society of Civil Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. Fifth Row: ARTHUR WILLIAM GOODWIN New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. JACK GORDON, Z B T New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Englnee ' s; University Theatre; Golf. BERNARD ALBERT GREHAN, K A New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. COLLf(SE OP itt W. [263] COLLEGE OF .ii«lill« i; First Row: MILTON FORTUNE HUBERT, JR New Orleans. La. American Ins+I+u+e of Chemical Engineers; Band; Intramural Unit Manager; Symphony Orchestra; T. U. R. K. EDWIN JACOB HILLER, JR.. Z B T New Orleans. La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. WILLIAM OTIS HUDSON. II.. B 9 n New Orleans. La. American Society of Civil Engineers, Vice-President (3); Engineers Technological Atelier; Honor Board; Y. M. C. A.; Class Secretary- Treasurer (3); Baseball. Second Row: JAMES MORTON JENNINGS, JR., K S New Orleans. La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A., Treasurer {3}. ESMOND JOHN KEATING New Orleans. La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier. GEORGE OTTO LABORDES. AS New Orleans. La. Architectural Society; Band; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Y. M. C. A.; Track. Third Row: JOHN MARION LACHIN, JR.. AS New Orleans. La. Gargoyle; Architectural Society. EDWARD BRASWELL LEVERICH, A K E New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemica ' Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Y. M. C. A. ELLIS LEVIN New Orleans. La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers Vice-Chairman; Band, Pub- licity Director. Fourth Row: ARTHUR HERBERT LEVY, JR.. AS New Orleans. La. Architectural Society; Band. THOMAS BENBURY LOCKETT, K A New Orleans. La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Track. ALBERT BABCOCK McCOARD, JR.. S X Covington. La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants; Boxing; Track. Fifth Row: SPALDING KENAN MANSON. JR.. K S New Orleans. La. American Society of Civil Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. JAMES HENRY MARTIN. JR.. S K New Orleans. La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Cotillion Club. JOHN MARTIN MIAZZA. SAE New Orleans. La. CHERI ANTHONY MIRANNE III New Orleans. La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. [264] Qid nian d. First Row: RALPH PETER NOLAN, JR., AS New Orleans, La. American Society oF Mechanical Engineers. SHEPARD FRANCIS PERRIN, JR., K A, A X i , . . . New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; " Hullabaloo " ; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Class Vice-Presi- dent (I), Secretary-Treasurer (2). HAROLD EUGENE PIQUi New Orleans, La. Architectural Society; Junior Prom Chairman; Y. M. C. A., President (3). LOUIS LAWRASON POURCIAU, A K E New Roads, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. Second Row: JOHN GALBRAITH PRATT, JR., K A New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. LOUIS LEO ROBEIN, JR Destrehan, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Naval R. O. T. C.; ' Taffrail. WILLIAM WARREN ROBERT New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers. DANIEL BARTLEY ROGAN New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers; Y. M. C. A. Third Row: WILLIAM BLACKBURN RUDOLF, K A New Orleans, La. DOUGLAS SCHERER, KS New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. OSCAR SCHNEIDAU, JR., AKE New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; T. U. R. K.; Y. M. C. A. ROBERT WILLIAM SCHUPP, ATS2 New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. Fourth Row: JOHN JOSEPH SHEPPARD, JR New Orleans. La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers. RAYMOND SHERRARD, JR New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers. SANTOS VINCENT SHIELDS New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers; Band; Y. M. C. A.; Boxing. MAURICE SINGER, K N New Orleans, La. Architectural Society; Band; Camera Club; Symphony Orchestra. Fifth Row: SPENCER GRAY SMITH New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. JOHN JOSEPH TREUTING New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. JOHN ROBERT TUSSON Gretna, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. WALTER JAY VERLANDER, ATA New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vice-Chairman: Engineers Technological Atelier; International Relations Club; Y. M. C. A. COLLEGE OFk [265] ' sM 5 ( " 1 ] «s • 4 xlle uyuiJli4xzte COLLfei ' i First Row: : EVA ELIZABETH ACKERMAN, ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; International Relations Club. EDWARD ALONZ ADEY, III., ' 43, K S New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers; Naval R. O, T. C; Taffrai Y. M. C. A. CHARLES ALEXANDER ANDERSON, JR., ' 43 Leesville, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; TafI rail. CLARA LEE ANTIN, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Architectural Society; Class Secretary-Treasurer (I). Second Row; NORMAN AARON ARONSON, ' 43, K N New Orleans, La. Architectural Society; Glee Club; Operetta. NICHOLAS FELIX BALLAY, JR., ' 44 Gretna, La. FRED COPELAND BARKSDALE, JR., ' 44, A K E . . . . Alexandria, La. Architectural Society. ROBERT HOPKINS BARTLEY, ' 44, K S New Orleans, La. Third Row: HENRY HESTER BATE, JR., ' 44, K jV New Orleans, La. Naval R. 0. T. C; Taffrail. REGINALD WORTLEY BATTY, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Tafl rail; Symphony Orchestra. BENNIE HAYSE BELL, JR., ' 4 4, A 2 ' I New Orleans, La. White Elephants; Freshman Y. M. C. A. WILLIAM JOSEPH BERG, ' 44 New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Fourth Row: ■• . MILTON JOSEPH BIENVENU, JR., ' 43 Reserve, La. Architectural Society; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. NUTE ARNOLD BLUE, JR., ' 44, AS New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M. C. A. JAMES BRYANT BOOTH, ' 43. K S New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; White Elephants. FRANK VERNON BOYLAN, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Fifth Row: CLARENCE PITMAN BROWNE, ' 43, K A New Orleans, La. Architectural Society. VICTOR HUGO BRUNO, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Architectural Society; Symphony Orchestra. HENRY JOHN BRYER, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. ROBERT ROSS CAHAL, JR., ' 44, K X New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. Sixth Row: BENJAMIN SHIELDS CATLIN, JR., ' 44, AS .... Picayune, Miss. Camera Club; White Elephants; Freshman Y. M. C. A. HUBERT CLOTWORTHY, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. LESTER FERDINAND COLEMAN, ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Y. M. C. A. GEORGE EDWARD CONROY, JR., ' 44, K S . . . New Orleans, La. Intramural Basketball. Seventh Row: JOHN GORDON COOPER, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Architectural Society. WILLIAM BEN CRAFT, ' 43, [ K S. A B New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Basketball, Football, Soccer, Baseball. TIMOTHY ALBERT GRAIN, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Honor Board; Intramural Unit Manager; Class President, I. [266] 4 jde uyu4j44xite4. First Row: THOMAS COSGROVE CREAGAN, ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers, CLYDE JOSEPH CUCULLU, ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers. ROY THOMAS CUCULLU, ' 44, A T B New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C. ROBERT WILLIAM CUMMINS, ' 43, B 9 11 New Orleans, La. Architectural Society; Thirteen Club. Second Row: GEORGE LEWIS CUNNINGHAM, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. WALTER ELBERT DANIEL, ' 44 Birmingham, Ala. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. JOSEPH DeLERNO, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. EDWARD JUDSON DEMEREST, ' 43, A K E New Orleans, La. Architectural Society; Glee Club. Third Row: JOHN JACOB DESMOND. ' 43 Hammond, La. Architectural Society; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Intramural Basketball. WALLACE BORN DIBOLL, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. PA UL EDGAR DOLHONDE, JR., ' 44 Independence, La. Naval R. O. T. C, WALTER ANDREW DOUCET JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Architectural Society. Fourth Row: DENIS JAMES DOWNEY, ' 44, AS New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C. HERMAN JOHN DUNCAN, JR., ' 43, A K E Alexandria, La. Architectural Society; Glee Club. R03S0N BRANAN DUNWODY, ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. ROLAND MAURICE DURAPAU, ' 44 Hahnville, La. Fifth Row: JACK FISCHER FAGAN, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Na -al R. O. T. C. THOMAS JOSEPH FEEHAN, ' 44 New Orleans, La. CHARLES EDWIN FELDER, ' 43 McComb, Miss. American Society of Civil Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. PETER MARSHALL FERGUSON, ' 44, H K A New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers; Glee Club; Freshman Y. M. C. A., Treasurer. Sixth Row: CLARENCE BEAU FERNANDEZ, ' 44, 2 A E New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. JOHN ALLOY FITZGERALD, ' 44 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Freshman Y. M. C. A. JACK PETER FITZNER, ' 44 New Orleans, La. HUGH ROYAL FLETCHER, ' 44 Pontiac, Mich. Seventh Row; HERBERT LOUIS FORET, ' 44 New Orleans, La. EARL LOUIS FORSTALL, ' 44, i; E New Orleans, La. CHARLES WILLIAM FRANK, JR., ' 43, Z B T . . . . New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. ROBERT JACOB FRITZ, ' 44 New Orleans La. a. .. K i, A_ t.. QQLLEGE OF [267] 1 ] l i xSe uyuixLdjaie . COLLEGE OF :iiiiilpi, 9 J First Row: FRANK CHARLES FROMHERZ, ' IS New Orleans. La. American Socie ty ot Civil Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier. GAUDENZ GADMER, ' 44 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Freshman Y. M. C. A. ERNEST SEYMOUR GAIENNIE. JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C. RICHARD PAIGE GARRETSON, ' 44, Z B T New Orleans, La. Camera Club. GEORGE HUTTON GEISSERT, JR., ' 44, S X New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. Second Row: FREDERICK ALBERT GlESEMANN, ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural Basketball, Football, Softball. ALBERT BROWN GORDON, ' 44 Huntington, W. Va. Naval R. O. T. C. ALVIN GOSMAN GOTTSCHALL, ' 43, S A E . . . . New Orleans, La. International Relations Club; Naval R. O, T. C; Taffrail; Thirteen Club; Y. M. C. A. EDWARD CARLTON GUILLOT, JR., ' 44, £ A E . . . New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. JOHN EDWARD GUST, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Third Row: JOHN FRANCIS HALLEGAN, ' 43 New Orleans, La. EDWARD NED HALPRIN, ' 44, SAM New Haven, Conn. Football (I). NORMAN GERALD HAMM, ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Y. M. C. A. FREDERICK KOECHLI HARRISON, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. JACK EMMET HAWKINS, ' 44 New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Fourth Row: JOHN HUTCHINSON HEARNE, ' 44, K A Shreveport, La. Architectural Society. WILLIAM ALFRED HEAUSLER, JR., ' 44, A 2 . . . New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants; Freshman Y. M. C. A. IRWIN HERMAN ISAACS, JR., ' 43, Z B T New Orleans, La. Camera Club. WILLIAM JAMES JACOBI, ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers. NEILL PRESSLEY JEFFREY, JR., ' 43 Jeanerette, La. American Society of Civil Engineers. Fifth Row: ERNEST PRESTON JOHNSON, JR., ' 43, A 9 . . . New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Football, Softball. ROY ERNEST JOHNSON, ' 44 New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers; Band; Engineers Technological Atelier; Y M. C, A.; Varsity Baseball; Intramural Basketball, Football Softball. ELDRIDGE PHILLIP JONES, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. University Theatre; Freshman Y. M. C. A. NORMAN JACQUES KAUFFMANN, JR., ' 44, Z B T. New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Camera Club; Glee Club. FRANCIS JOSEPH KELLEY, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Sixth Row: GARY EUGENE KIDD, JR., ' 44 Columbia, La. Band; Naval R. O. T. C, JOHN HOWARD KIMZEY, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Freshman Y. M. C. A. WILLIAM ALFRED KLEIN, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. PAUL MARTIN KOREN, ' 43, 2 E New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Y. M. C. A. LOUIS HENRY KRIEGER, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Freshman Y. M. C. A. [268] i fc s ' a ia S First Row: ANTHONY EDWARD LABARRE, JR., ' 43 New Orleans, U. American Institute of Ctiemical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taifrait. LLOYD LEWIS LACHER, JR., ' 44, K r New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Freshman Y. M. C. A. EDWIN ALBERT LAFAYE, JR., ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Camera Club President; Opeietia; Y. M. C. A. JAMES ROGERS LAMANTIA, JR., ' 43 New Orleans, La, Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. Second Row: HERBERT HEINRICH LAND, JR., ' 44, B II Monroe, La. Architectural Society. ROBERT GATLIN LANDRY, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. CLARENCE WILLIAM LANE, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Y. M. C. A. PETER JAMES LAUMAN, ' 44, A S ! New Orleans, La. Band; Taffrail; White Elephants; Freshman Y. M. C. A. Third Row: JOHN WILLIAM LAWRENCE, ' 44 New Orleans, La. OWEN VINCENT LeBLANC, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C. ROBERT EDMOND LeBLANC, III., ' 44, 2 A E . . . . New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. JOSEPH THOMAS LEE, ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers. Fourth Row; WENDEL GEORGE LEIBE, ' 44, £ n New Orleans, Pa. Band; Symphony Orchestra; Freshman Y. fvl. C. A. RALPH POKORNY LEVEY, JR., ' 44, Z B T ...... . New Orleans, La. ALLISON MARX LEVY, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. DAVID POKORNY LEVY, ' 44. Z B T New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. Fifth Row; JANET LEVY, ' 44, A E New Orleans, La. Architectural Society. MARVIN JOSEPH LINDSAY, ' 44 New Orleans, La. RICHARD BLAND LOGAN, JR., ' 43, A K E New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. THOMAS JOSEPH LUPO, ' 43, Z Tl New Orleans, La. Architectural Society; Camera Club; Glee Club; Y. hA. C. A. Sixth Row; WILLIAM DONALD LUTES, ' 43 Moundsville, W. Va. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. HOWARD GARY McAFEE, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. TRIST BRINGIER McCONNELL, ' 43, A K E Monroe, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural Basketball. Tennis. EDWARD JOHN McGARRY, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Seventh Row: JOHN McGRAW, JR., ' 44, A T A Lake Charles, La. White Elephants. PETE ALBERT McLEOD, JR., ' 43 Laurel, Miss. American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. OSCAR JAMES McMillan, jr., ' 44, B e n .... New Orleans, La. JOE PERKINS McNAIR, ' 44, K Z McComb. Miss. dm r [269 1 COLLEGE OF Wftae acuia d First Row: WILLIAM WARREN McPHiLLIPS, ' 44, A K E New Orleans, La. Glee Club; " Hullabaloo. " PETER WESTERVELDT MANY, ' 44, A T £! New Orleans, La. White Elephants. JOHN WARREN MARSHALL, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Band. HOWARD FLEMIN MARX, ' 43, Z B T Monroe, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers; BancJ. EDWARD CRESSEY MERRILL, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. Second Row; ERNEST PETER MILLER, JR., ' 44, n K A New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Freshman Y. M. C. A. JOHN FREDERICK MOSER, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Freshman Y. M. C. A. WILEY LYONS MOSSY, JR., ' 43, K S New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chem " cal Engineers; Nava! R. O. T. C; Taffrail. GEORGE KING PRATT MUNSON, ' 43, A K E Jeanerette, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Intramural Basketball. WALTER CHRISTOPHER MURPHY, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Third Row: PAUL SHANER NOBLE, ' 44, Hen Marrero, La. WARREN JOHN NOLAN, ' 44, A S New Orleans, La. Architectural Soc ' ety; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. HERBERT O ' DONNELL, JR., ' 43, A i; I New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers; Cotillion Club; Engineers Tech- nological Atelier; Honor Board; Y. M. C. A.; Class Vice-President (2). THOMAS BIOSSAT PARKERSON, ' 43, S X Rayne, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. JOSEPH JOHN PARPAL, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Fourth Row: JOSEPH ARLINGTON PARTRIDGE, JR., ' 43, ATA. New Orleans, La. Architectural Society; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. JOHN JOSEPH PASTOREK, ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. FRANK MARTIN PENNEBAKER, ' 43, A 1 9. New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Thirteen Club. RAYMOND ROBERT FERINE, JR., ' 43, K A New Orleans, La. " Hullabaloo " : Intramural Council; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants. JOHN WALTER PERKOWSKI, ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Y, M. C. A. Fifth Row; ALDEN JOSEPH PERRY, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Architectural Society. WALTER FLOWER FLAUCHE, ' 44, ATA New Orleans, La. LEO CARL POSSENO, ' 43 New Orleans, La. TOMMY NICK POULOS, ' 44 Winnsboro, La. Architectural Society. WARD CUMBERLAND PURDUM, ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Naval R. O. T, C; Taffrail. Sixth Row: HERBERT PALFREY PURSELL, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. CLARENCE GEORGE REUTHER, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C. ROBERT MILTON RHOADES, ' 44, H K A Euclid, Ohio Band; Glee Club; Operetta; Freshman Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Football, Basketball. NED WEST RICHARDSON, ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Glee Club; Operetta. PHILIP GEORGE RICKS, ' 43, AS New Orleans, La. Band; Engineers Technological Atelier. Seventh Row: JOHN TAYLOR ROBERTS, ' 43, n K A New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; T. U. R. K.; Y. M, C. A. Treasurer (2). EARL SHERWOOD ROBINSON, JR., ' 43, Z Tl . . . . New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. NEWTON YOUNG ROBINSON, ' 44, A 9 New Orleans, La. JOHN WALTER ROCK, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Architectural Society; Freshman Y. M. C. A. JOHN CHARLES ROURKE, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M. C. A. [270] Hxie uyuiXjtidxiieA First Row: SAM WESLEY RYNIKER, ' 43, K A New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Talfrail. JAMES JOSEPH ST. GERMAIN, ' 44 New Orleans, La. EDWARD HUGH SANFORD, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffroil. ALBERT JOSEPH SAPUTO, ' 44, S n New Orleans, La. Band; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A. DONALD BERNARD SCHELL, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Second Row; KARL SCHNEIDAU, JR.. ' 44 New Orleans, La. EDWARD LOUIS SCHNEIDER, ' 44 New Orleans, La. ROBERT EDWARD SCHNEIDER, JR., ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. OTTO DOUGLAS SCHUMANN, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C. GEORGE ARTHUR SEAVER, ' 44, K A New Orleans. La. White Elephants. Third Row: EDWARD HIRSCHFIELD SIMON, ' 43, , 1! T . . . . New Orleans, La. HERBERT LEARY SMITH, JR., ' 43, n K A Shreveport, La. A Capella Choir; Architectural Society; Operetta; Y. M. C. A. HOMER DELPH SOLANAS, ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Sociefy of Civil Engineers. ALBERT LEE SOULE. III., ' 43, t K 2 New Orleans, La. American Institule of Electrical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Honor Board; Intramural Council, Unit Manager; Y. M. C. A.; Class President (2); Intramural Basketball, Football, Soccer. Baseball. CHARLES ELMER SPAHR, JR., ' 44, ASH Gretna, La. Fourth Row: ARTHUR DALE STANCLIFF, ' 43, I K S New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. CHARLES EDWARD STEIDTMANN, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C. JOEL LLOYD STEPHENS, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Symphony Orchestra. SAMUEL JOSEPH STOKES, ' 44 New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers; Camera Club; Class Vice-Presi- dent (1); Freshman Y. M. C. A. WILLIAM JOHN STOWELL, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Fifth Row: DELBERT PEMBROKE STRONG, ' 44, B 9 H New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C. ADOLPH CHARLES SUHREN, JR., ' 44, K S New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society; Freshman Y. M. C. A. ROBERT JOHN SWAYNE, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Band; Symphony Orchestra; Freshman Y. M. C. A. HAROLD ANDREW TIMKEN, JR., ' 43 New Orleans, La. Amerrcan Institute of Electrical Engineers; Y. M, C. A., Track; Intra- mural Basketball. Football, Softball. MALCOLM JOHN TUOHY, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C. Sixth Row: ROBERT LOUIS VACCARO, ' 43, K 2 New Orleans, La. D ANIEL LEON VERGES, ' 43, HKA New Orleans, La. American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Y. M, C. A., Secretary- Treasurer (2); Sophomore Drag Committee. WILLIAM CASIMIR VILA, ' 44 New Orleans, La. WALTER KOELLEIN VIVRETT, ' 44 Nashville. Tenn. Architectural Society; Glee Club. THOMAS OLIVER WAKEMAN, ' 44, K 2 New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants. Seventh Row: ARTHUR CARROLL WATERS. JR., ' 43, K A New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers; White Elephants; Intramural Football, Basketball. WILLIAM TOMPKINS WEST. JR., ' 44, A T S2 . . . . New Orleans, La, ROBERT EMMETT WHEELAHAN, ' 43 New Orleans, La. American Society of Civil Engineers. CHARLES BROWN WILLIAMS, JR., ' 44, ■! K S . . New Orleans, La. Architectural Society; White Elephants. CRIPPS KNIGHTON WILLIAMS, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M. C. A. 1 ifc. ,.fc, COLLEGE OF [271] F,:l; F._. ' ,: E. Ackerman, J. Arnoult, H. Backes, F. Barnard, W. Batty, R. Bell, J. Booth, H. Bultman, R. Cole, L. Coleman. G. Grain, J. Gulbertson Second Row: hi. Deas, F. del Marmo!, R. Dunwody, J. Dwyer, R. Dyke, L. Fadrique, M. Felix. I. Frankel, A. Goodwin, J. Gordon, W. Greve, W. Gulley Th ' rd Row: H Henderson, M. Hilbert, E. Keating, E. Leverich, J, McCarron, A. McCoard. W. Mossy, G. Munson, S, Murphy, J, Pastorek, J. Perkowski, S. Perrin Fourth Row: J. Polack, L. Ramm, R. Riley, L. Robein, D. Scherer. A. Smith, A. Stout, H. Stream, C. Strong. G. Thompson. J. Tusson. W. Wood Founded at Philadelphia in 1908. Established at Tulane in 1938. Student Chapter. OFFICERS W. A. WOOD, JR President W. R. GULLEY, JR Vice-President L. P. FADRIQUE Secretary J. GORDON Treasurer MEMBERS Eva E Ackerman . . Everett Arnoult . . . David L. Asher . . . Harry W. Backes, Jr. Martin S. Bear . . . F. R. Barnard .... Wortley Batty . . . Robert E. Bell, Jr. . . Phillip H. Bohne . . James Bryant Booth . Henry J. Bultman . . Robert M. Cole . . S. F. Coleman . . . George L. Crain . . John C. Culbertson . Harry L. Deas. Jr. . . Carlos de la Vega . . Francis A. del Marmol Robson B. Dunwody . J. T. Dwyer Ray A. Dyke L. P. Fadrique M. L. Felix Owen H, Foss Robert Foster ......... I. Frankel Arthur Vv ' . Goodwin, Jr Jack Gordon William E. Greve Walter R. Gulley, Jr J. S. Zemmer [272] ' 43 •40 ' 41 ■42 ' 42 ' 42 ' 44 ' 41 ■J9 ' 42 ■41 ' 42 ■42 ' 43 ' 41 ' 41 ' 41 ■41 ' 43 ' 41 ■41 ■41 ■42 ■40 ' 43 ■42 ' 42 ' 42 ■41 ' 41 Horace S. Henderson ' 41 Milton F. Hilbert. Jr ' 42 Esmond J. Keating ' 42 Hermann Kopper ' 13 Edward B. Leverich 42 Jeff D. Levlne 42 Sylvia Anais Maceo 41 Joseph W. McCarron. Jr. ... 41 Albert B. McCoard 42 Wiley L. J. Mossy. Jr ' 43 George P. Munson ' 43 Stenning Murphy ' 41 John J. Pastorek ' 43 Shepard F. Perrin, Jr ' 42 J. W. Perkowsky ' 42 J. A. Polack ' 41 Irwin Rabenovitz ' 42 L. O. Ramm ' 41 Richard G. Riley ' 42 L. L. Robein, Jr ' 42 Douglas Scherer ' 42 Oscar Schneider, Jr ' 42 Allen N. Smith ' 41 Arthur W. Stout, Jr ' 41 Harold H. Stream, Jr ' 41 C. E. Strong ' 41 George H. Thompson 41 John R. Tusson 42 Henry Wolbrette ' 42 W. A. Wood, Jr ■41 42 OFFICERS ROBERT T. BASNET! Chairman ELLIS LEVIN Vice-Chairman MANUEL J. De LERNO Secretary-Treasurer C, B. NORRIS Counselor GRADUATE STUDENTS Milton R. Jolnnson SENIORS Robert T. Basnett Rodney A. Black Manuel J, De Lerno Douglas C. Haley Richard A. Herod, Jr. J. Donald Lockwood, Jr. Wallace B. Mallu Francis C. O ' Connor JUNIORS Vernon W. Barrow Harold C. Becker Theodore W. Dietze Stanley G. Dinkei Faurie E. Ferchaud Christopher P. Gadsden Ellis Levin James A Martin, Jr. John J. Sheppard Raymond Sherrard F. K. Shealy SOPHOMORES John F. Bowen, Jr. John H. Bruns Clyde Cucullu James A. Evans F. Albert Giesemann Norman G. Hamm William J. Jacobi Trist B. McConnell Robert E. Newlin Albert L. Soule, III Harold A. Timken. Jr. FRESHMEN Hugh R. Fletcher Norman J. Kauffmann, Jr. Louis H. Krieger Basil Lavitola Marvin J. Lindsay leci ilocd uf4Mee i6. Established at Tulane in 1936. Tulane University Branch. Purpose: Advancement of knowledge of theory and practice of electrical engineering and the allied sciences. First Row: V. Barrow, R. Basnett. H. Becker, R. Black, C. Cucullu, M. De Lerno, S. Dinkei, J. Evans, F. Ferchaud, H. Fletcher. Second Row: C. Gladsden, F. Giesemann, D. Haley, N. Hamm, R. Herrod, W. Jacob ' , N. Kautfmann, L. Krieger, E. Levin, M. Lindsay. Third Row: J. Lockwood, T. McConnell, W. Mallu, J. Martin, F. O ' Connor, J. Shepard, R. Sherrard, A. Soule, H. Timken. [273] First kow: t. Adey, J. Allison, W. Burke, E. BuKton, W. Douglas, H. Earl, J. Ewin, C. Felder, F. Fromherz Second Row: W. Goldman. B. Grehan, W. Hudson, N. Jeffrey. E. Johnson. R. Johnson, J. Lee, S. Manson, H. O ' Donncll Third Row: F. Ory, F. Penebaker, P. Ricker, W. Robert. D. Rogan, S. Shields, A. Stancliff. H. Solanas. A. Waters, R. Wheelehan Founded at New York in 1852. Established at Tulane in 1933. Tulane Student Chapter. Pur- pose: To develop a professional aspect in Civil Engineering Students by offering them opportuni- ties to become acquainted with practicing engi- neers and their work. OFFICERS WILLIAM R. BURK President W. O. HUDSON, II Vice-President J. A. ALLISON Secretary SANTOS V. SHIELDS Recording Secretary BERNARD A. GREHAN Treasurer MEMBERS 1 E. Adey J. A. Allison W. R. Burk E. R. Buxton W. E. Douglas H. Earl J. P. Ewin C. Felder F. Fromherz W. S. Goldman B. A. Grehan W. O. Hudson, II N. P. Jeffrey E. P. Johnson R. E. Johnson J. Lee S, K. Manson H. O ' Donnell F. Ory W. Painter F. Pennebaker P. Ricker W. E. Robert D. B. Rogan H. Samuelson S. V. Shields A. D. Stancliff H. D, Solanas A. C. Waters R. Wheelehan [274] OFFICERS BYRON L. LEVY Chairman WALTER J. VERLANDER Vlce-Chairman ARTHUR A. GRANT, JR Secretary ■SPENSER SMITH Treasurer ERIC R, STEPHAN Honorary Chairman MEMBERS Robert T. Basnett John Louis Bell William Joseph Berg George N. Bischof Ralph E. Blab Huburt Clotworthy, Jr. George Lewis Cunningham Wallace B, Diboll Jr. Clarence J. Fernandez Ben H. Flake John Francis Fortier, Jr. F. S. Fredericlcson, Jr. Maurice Joseph Gelpi Arthur A. Grant, Jr. Jack Emmet Hawkins Richard Alan Herrod, Jr. Francis John Higgins B. L. Kiernan, Jr. Edwin Lafaye Wilbur Paul Lafaye J. H. Le Blanc, Jr. Byron Levy Eugene H. Llllis Thomas Benbury Lockett Richard Bland Logan, Jr. William Donald Lutes Peter McLeod, Jr. John L. Martinez Howard F. Marx Jotfre P. Mercier G. H. Menefee C. A. Miranne, III Ralph P. Nolan, Jr. Tom B. Parkerson Raymond R. Ferine, Jr. Ward Cumberland Purdum Earl S. Robinson, Jr. Sam W, Ryniker, Jr. Robert Edward Schneider, Jr Alwyn Smith, Jr. Spencer Smith Walter J. Verlander |yn;i.y Tulane University Ctnapter. Purpose: To supple- ment class work and to encourage interest in the Engineering profession by technical meetings and industrial field inspection trips. First Row: R. Basnett. J. Bell, W. Berg, G. Bischof, R. Blake, tt. Clotworthy, G. Cunningham, W. Diboll, C. Fernandez Second Row: B. Blake, M. Gelpi, J. Hawkins, R. Herrod. E. Lafaye, B. Levy, W. Lutes, P. McLeod, H. Marx. Third Row: C. Miranne, T. Parkerson, R. Ferine, W. Purdum, E. Robinson, S. Ryniker, R. Schneider, S. Smith. W. Verlander [275] First Row; C. Antin, N. Aronson, F. Barksdale, J. Bernard. M. Bienvenu, W. Binnings, P. Brown. P. Browne, V. Bruno. P. Charbonnet. J. Cooper. S. Crochet Second Row: R. Cunnmins, A. Davis, E. Demarest, J. Desmond, W. Doucet, H. Duncan. W. Eckart. C. Flower. J. Hearne. M. Hogg, G. Jaborde, J. Lactiin Third Row: J. Lamantia. C. Lamkin. H. Land. J. Lawrence, G. Leake, J. Leake, A. Levy. J. Levy. T. Lupo. G. Nolan, W. Nolan, C. Oakland Fourth Row: J. Partridge. A. Perry, H. Pique, T. Poulas, J. Rock. A. Saputo. W. Shepard, M. Singer. H. Smith. W. Vivrett, C. Williams Founded at Tulane In 1913. Purpose: To supple- ment classroom work by establishing closer re- lations, both socially and professionally, among Tulane architectural students. iip m§m-mmM m " m OFFICERS WALTER D. SHEPARD President PAUL G. CHARBONNET Vice-President JOHN M. LACKiN Secretary ARTHUR S. DAVIS Treasurer WALTER J. BINNINGS Sergeant-at-Arms MEMBERS Clara Lee Antin Mary Clare Hogg Norman A. Aronson George O. Laborde Fred. C. Barltsdale, Jr. John M. Lachin Joseph G. Bernard James R. Lamantia Milton J. Bienvenu Charles R. Lamlcln Walter J. Binnings Herbert H. Land, Jr. Perry L. Brown John W. Lawrence Pittman C, Browne George M. Leake Victor H. Bruno James W. Leake B, G. Buquoi Herbert A. Levy W. J. Calongne, Jr. Janet Levy Paul G. Charbonnet, Jr. Thomas J, Lupo Gordon J. Cooper Ardell G. Nolan Sylvester H. Crocket Warren J. Nolan Robert W. Cummlngs Claude H. Oakland Arthur S. Davis Leo Oppenhelmer Judson E. Demarest Joseph A. Partridge John J. Desmond Alden J, Perry Walter G. Doell. Jr. Harold E. Pique Walter A. Doucet Tommy N. Paulos Leo J. Dufrechou John W. Rock Herman Duncan Albert J. Saputo William J. Eckart Walter D. Shepard Alvln S. Flettrlch Maurice Singer Henry C. Flower Herbert L. Smith. Jr. Rublo Elbert Gonzalez Walter K. Vivrett John H. Hearne Charles B. Williams. Jr. James A. Williams [276] OFFICERS JAMES P. EWIN, JR President LLOYD P. FADRIQUE Vice-President RICHARD A. HERROD, JR Secretary PHIL G. RICKS Treasurer MEMBERS Robert E. Bell John S. Burwell Ray A. Dyke, Jr. James P, Ewin Lloyd P. Fadrique Faurie E. Ferchaud Frank Fromherz William S. Goldman Richard A. Herrod, Jr. William C, Hildebrand, Jr. Esmond J. Keating Bernard L. Kiernan Joseph H. Le Blanc, Jr. Joseph W. McCarron, Jr. Joffre P. Mercler Francis C. O ' Conner Herbert O ' Donnell Shepard S. Perrin, Jr. Joseph A. Polack Phil G. Ricks Louis L. Robein, Jr. Robert W. Schupp Albert Soule Walter J. Verlander Founded at Tulane in 1936. Purpose: Organized to advance the interest of the Engineering pro- fession and to bring the students into closer con- tact with each other and with the faculty. First Row: R. Bell. J. Burwell, R. Dyke, J. Ewin, L. Fadrique, F. Ferchaud, F. Fromherz, W. Goldman Second Row: R. Herrod, W. Hildebrand, E. Keating, B. Kiernan, J. McCarron, J. Mercier. F. O ' Connor, H. O ' Donnell Third Row: S. Perrin, J. Polack, P. Ricks, L. Robein, R. Schupp, A. Soule, W. Verlander [277] § i :. ' ' ' Lrr-- ' - v,-. ' :W LEFT TO RIGHT: G. BONNELL, Q. GAUTIER, JAY WEIL, JACK ROBINSON, EARL BARTLETT OFF CERS OF THE CEHSES STUDENT BODY GRAHAM BONNELL President A. C. MARTIN, JR Vice-President R. LEE VANDERPOOL, JR Secretary-Treasurer SENIOR CLASS pUIN GAUTIER President WALTER DUeEASE Vice-President SEYMOUR HARRIS Secretary-Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS JAY WEIL President PETE PELLIGRINI Vice-President C. O. GULLY Secretary-Treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS JACK ROBINSON President EDMOND R. VALES Vice-President JULIAN BRIGNAC Secretary-Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS EARL BARTLEn President BOB WHITTAKER Vice-President WILLIAM ELLIS Secretary-Treasurer [278] u l[t[ ••. i ..- .-;jH... y,,; SenioA . !.,, --ixvJ m k k k ;. u -0. AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION [280] First Row: GRAHAM CHARLES BONNELL, K S, A K, B T 2. Terre Haute, Ind. Class Secretary-Treasurer (2); Class Secretary-Treasurer (3); Student Body President; Cotillion Club; Honor Board; " Hullabaloo " ; Student Council; Social Club, President. GAILON TOWERS BRYAN Limon, Costa Rica JOHN FRANCIS CARRERE, K A New Orleans, La. JACK LOUIS DARAY, JR., ' I ' A 9, I I Flossrroor, III. Intramural Unit Manager; " T " Club; Golf Team, Captain. Second Row: PHYLLIS MAE DERBES, Z T A New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; University Theatre. ELEANOR ELIZABETH DIXON, K K F New Orleans, La. WALTER JOHNSON DUEEASE, A T S!, f I .... New Orleans, La. Class Vice-President (4); Cotillion Club; T. U. R. K. HENRY STEAGALL EASON, K S New Orleans, La. Football. Third Row; MOSE ISAAC ELLIS Pensacola, Fla. Symphony Orchestra. HERMES QUIN GAUTIER, K A, Pascagoula, Miss. Class President (4); Cotillion Club; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Intramural Council; Pan-Hellenic Council. BILL GIBSON, I K S New Orleans, La. Band, Drum Major; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A. EARL R. HAAS, A i ■! New Orleans, La. Fourth Row: SEYMOUR JACQUES HARRIS, B T S New Orleans, La. Class Secretary-Treasurer (4); Honor Board. LOUIS Mcknight JONES, 1 a e, a New Orleans, La. " Hullabaloo, " Business Manager (4); Football (I); Boxing (3 4, 5); White Elephants; " T " Club. WILLIAM HOWARD KUNTZ, K S New Orleans, La. Cheerleader (I, 2, 3, 4), Head; Cotillion Club (4); Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil (2); " T " Club; T. U. R. K. (3). JAMES VICTOR LeLAURlN, n K A, New Orleans, La. Greenbackers (I, 2, 3, 4), Executive Council (4); International Rela- tions Club (I, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (2), Vice-President (3); Pan-Hellenic Council (2, 3); White Elephants (I). Fifth Row: ARNOLD J. LEVY, ZBT New Orleans, La. LEAH ISOLENE LEVY, I S S New Orleans, La. Pan-Hellenic Council. BOYD HENRY LEWIS, ■! A 9 New Orleans, La. HERMAN LOEB, ZBT Shreveport, La. Class Vice-President (3); Cotillion Club (2, 3, 4); Honor Board (2. 4); " Hullabaloo " (4); Pan-Hellenic Council; " T " Club; T. U. R. K. (2, 3, 4), President (3). First Row: JULIAN LENWOOD McPHILLIPS, A K E New Orleans, La. ALBERT CONGDON MARTIN New Orleans, La. A X ■!•, K A I ' , O A K Student Body Vice-President; Student Center Council Ciioirnnan; Cotil- lion Club; Greenbackers, President; Honor Board. ISAAC SACKIvlAN MARX, ZBT Monroe, La. Greenbackers: Basketball. Second Row: LEONARD SIMMONS MARX New Orleans, La. EMMETT JOHN MERCIER New Orleans, La. ROLAND THOMAS PERTUIT, AS , New Orleans, La. Pan-Hellenic Council; " T " Club; Y. M. C. A.; Basketball (I, 2, 3); Baseball (I). Third Row: JAMES ENGELMANN REID, B 9 H New Orleans, La. Class Secretary-Treasurer (I); Pan-Hellenic Council, Secretary; Ttiirteen Club. CHRIS REUTER New Orleans, La. CARLOS HUMBERTO RUBIO Guatemala City, Guatemala Fourth Row: RALPH RUSAN, JR., Ae New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Greenbackers. BYRON WEBRE STINSON New Orleans, La. ERNEST JOSEPH TRICHE, JR Havana, Cuba Fifth Row: R. LEE VANDERPOOL, JR., S A E, Galveston, Texas Student Body Secretary-Treasurer; Cotillion Club; Honor Board; Pan- Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K. ROGER CRAWFORD WHITE, JR., AKE Monroe, La. Glee Club; University Theatre. MAX PHILIP ZANDER, SAM New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke. u - J T «f ji [281] AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OiMUO u OL u n UL AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION First Row: DOUGLAS CARRICK AUGU5TIN New Orleans, La. GERTRUDE FAY BALKIN Drew, Miss. JOHN PETERS BARNES, II K A New Orleans, La. HENRY BENJAMIN BRADFORD, II New Orleans, La. Second Row: MYRON BURNSTEIN New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Intramural Soccer; Intramural Basketball. JOHN FRANCIS CARUSO, :; n New Orleans, La. Y. M. C. A. ST. MARC JOSEPH FLOTTE New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. JAMES HARRIS FORTSON, 4 9, A 1 t! New Orleans, La. Camera Club; " Jambalaya " {I. 2, 3); University Theatre; Intramural Soccer. Third Row: LLOYD JAMES FREMAUX, 11 K A, ' 1 ' New Orleans, La. Glee Club (I); Intramural Council (2, 3); White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. (2). WILLIAM MAYHEW FROST, 4 9 Shreveport, La. RICHARD LEE GATES, 1 A 9 Alexandria, La. ANDREW PRICE GAY, K A New Orleans, La. Thirteen Club. Fourth Row; ADDLEY HOGAN GLADDEN, JR., A -l ' S2 New Orleans, La. Band (I, 2, 3); Y. M. C. A. (I. 2, 3); Varsity Basketball, Assistant Manager (2); Varsity Basketball, Manager (3). EMILE VICTOR GROS, S n New Orleans, La. Camera Club; Y. M. C. A.; Intramurals (2, 3). CHARLES DOUGLAS GULLEY, K 2 Pascagoula, Miss. Junior Class Secretary-Treasurer; Honor Board; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K. ELVIA CATHERINE HAMILTON. A A II New Orleans. La. Cotillion Club. Fifth Row: MAURICE KRAUSS HANDELMAN, 1 A M New Orleans, La. WOLF KARL HELLMER5, B 9 11 New Orleans, La. University Theatre. FLOYD HOWELL, JR., S n New Orleans, La. Track (2). SARA VIRGINIA JONES. X fl, A S S Tchula, Miss. Pan-Hellenic Council. Sixth Row: JOHN McSHANE JORDAN. A T S2 New Orleans. La. ALVIN PETER JURISICH New Orleans, La. Track. FRANCIS HOPE LEE New Orleans, La. J. F. AUGUSTE LORBER, JR., A K E, I New Orleans, La. Pan-Hellenic Council. [282] OuHiXf First Row: ARTHUR LEON LOWE, JR., ' ! K 2 New Orleons, Ld. White Elephants. HERBERT JAMES McCAMPBELL, JR New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. EDMUND MclLHENNY, K A New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; " Hullabaloo " ; International Relations Club; Classical Club. JOHN MICHEL MAHLER, A ' ! S2 New Orleans, La. Second Row: RALPH MAYNARD MERRIMAN, BGH Erie, Pa. Band. JULES GUSTAVE MOLLERE, i 11 Ponchatoula, La. Naval R, O. T. C; Football; Track. ALBERT JOSEPH NUGON, JR., ATA New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club: Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council. BERTHA PAGLIN, AE New Orleans, La. Jennie Nixon Debating Third Row: PETER MICHEL PELLEGRINI New Orleans, La. Class Vice-President (3); Band; Honor Board; Trad. WILLIAM LeMONNIER PETERS, JR., ATA New Orleans, La. EADS BUnS POITEVENT, K A New Orleans, La. Class Vice-President (I); Class Vice-President (2); Greenbackers; Thirteen Club; Track. JOHN WALLACE QUINN Crisfield, Md. Fourth Row: RANDOLPH BEAUREGARD ROBERT, A 9, A A A . New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; White Elephants. JAMES ROCQUET SANCHEZ, A K E New Orleans, La. Intramural Basketball (I, 2, 3); Intramural Football (I, 2, 3). WESLEY JOHN SCHROEDER New Orleans, La. MARJORIE CAROL SEEMANN New Orleans, La. Fifth Row: SHEPARD HERMAN SHUSHAN, Z B T New Orleans, La. LEONARD M AYER STERN, JR., ZBT Camden, Ark. Class President (2); Greenbackers (2); Honor Board (2); Junior Class Unit Manager; Varsity Football. ALBERT TERKUHLE, AKE New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Greenbackers; " Jambalaya " ; Pan-Hellenic Council; Thirteen Club; Varsity Basketball {I, 2, 3). JOSEPH C. VANZANT, Ae Houston, Texas Naval R. O. T. C; Football. Sixth Row: JAY JOHN G. WEIL, JR., HKA, A i n New Orleans, La. Class President (3); Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council. VIRGIL MAXEY WHEELER New Orleans, La. Intramural Unit Manager; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Intramural Football; Intramural Basketball; Varsity Baseball. JAMES LUCKETT YAWN, HKA Opelousas, La. Intramural Council; Varsity Tennis (I, 2). JAMES BERTHELOT YENT New Orleans. La. in jU . rnr r ■ WW [283] AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION J ipllf h M .hMy d u n AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION l ndeAxyiadi xUe . f m First Row: JAMES SAMUEL ASSUNTO, ' 44 New Orleans, La. MILDRED RUTH AVEGNO, ' 44 New Orleans, La. EARL P. BARTLEn. JR., ' 44, BGH New Orleans, La. Class President (1); Tennis. HERBERT BARTON, ' 43. K N New Orleans, La. Glee Club. CHARLES SUMNER BELL, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Second Row: JAMES MICHAEL BER, ' 44, , B T New Orleans, La. TOM NORTON BERNARD, ' 44, K A New Orleans, La. A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail; White Elephants. JANET MARY BIERHORST, ' 44, B A New Orleans, La. RUDOLPH LEON BITTMAN, ' 43, i; A E New Orleans, La. Varsity Football. ROBERT R. BOND, ' 44, 2 X New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants. Third Row: SIMON DRESNER CAPLAN, ' 43, 1 A M New Orleans, La. GEORGE ALBERT CARPENTER, ' 44, A I !J New Orleans, La. LYLE FRANCIS CARRIERE, ' 44, B E New Orleans, La. MIRIAM RUTH CHEVIS, ' 43 New Orleans, La. OLIVER LYONS CLARKE, ' 43, A K E New Orleans, La. Intramural Unit Manager; T. U. R. K. Fourth Row: WILLIAM THOMAS COATS, JR., ' 43, I A 9 .... New Orleans, La. T. U. R. K. JOSIE TERESA COLE, ' 43 Ancan, Canal Zone NORMAN STEPHEN CONROY, ' 44, A 6 New Orleans, La. FRANK CHARLES CZERNY, JR., ' 44, K S New Orleans, La. Pan-Hellenic Council. JOHN DANE, JR., ' 44, 1 K S New Orleans, La. White Elephants. Fifth Row: EDWIN EUGENE DANNER, ' 44, 2: H New Orleans, La. MAXIME JOSEPH DERBES, JR., ' 44, A 2 New Orleans, La. Camera Club; Glee Club. GELON HANN DOSWELL, ' 43, A T Q New Orleans, La. Greenbacke rs, Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Whife Elephants. JULES HENRY DREYFUSS, ' 43, Z B T Shreveport, La. T. U. R. K. LEONARD LOUIS DREYFUS, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Freshman Forensic Council; Glendy Burke Literary and Debafing Society. Sixth Row: WILTON KEITH DUCKWORTH, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Band; Campus Nite; Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society. ROBERT JOHN DUFFY, ' 44 Columbus, Ohio CLARENCE LOUIS DUPRE, ' 43, ATA New Orleans, La. LLOYD EDWIN EAGAN, ' 43, AS New Orleans, La. Catholic Club; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. WILLIAM MOORE ELLIS, ' 44, K A New Orleans, La. Honor Board; Thirteen Club; Class Secretary-Treasurer (I); Freshman Football. Seventh Row; DOROTHY LEE EVERSMEYER, ' 43 New Orleans, La. JOSEPH ROGER FABRE, ' 43 Norco, La. JOHN WILLIAM FANZ, ' 44, 11 K A New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya. " ISABEL JUDITH FISHER, ' 43 New Orleans, La. WARREN LEON GARFUNKEL, ' 44, 2 A M New Orleans. La. A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta. OS , ' [284] l i uie uyuAAMxiteA. First Row: DOROTHY MILDRED SLINKY, ' 44 New Orleans, La. NORTON GLUECK, ' 43, 1 A M New Orleans, La. JOE GOLDBERG, JR., ' 43, Z I! T Belzoni, Miss. Greenbackers. MARTIN MILLER GOLDBERG, ' 44, Z B T . . . . West Hartford, Conn. ARTHUR GOTTLIEB, ' 44, K N Brooklyn, N. Y. Second Row: CHARLIE JACK GRAYSON, ' 44, ATA Fort Necessity, La. Naval R. O. T C; Taffrail. JOHN BAPTIST GREMILLION, ' 43, 11 K A Alexandria, La. Y. M. C. A. RODNEY CLARKE HAASE, ' 43 New Orleans, La. EDWARD WHITE HARDIN, ' 43, ATA New Orleans, La. THOMAS CLEAVES HOLMES, ' 44, A K E New Orleans, La. Glee Club; Thirteen Club. Third Row: THOMAS JAMES HOOD, ' 43, S X Amite, La. CHARLES VICTOR HUDSON, ' 44, 1 H New Orleans, La. EUGENE EDWARD HUPPENBAUER, JR., ' 43 New Orleans, La. Band. MELVILLE JOHN JACOBSON, ' 44, S A M Milwaukee, Wis. MERWIN MERCIER JAMIESON, ' 43, K S . . . . New Orleans, La. T. U. R. K. Fourth Row: THOMAS FRANCIS JORDAN, ' 43, A T fi New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M. C. A. ASHTON STROUD JUNKER, ' 43 New Orleans, La. MARSHALL KALEN, ' 44 New York, N. Y. KENNETH CHEW KENNEDY, ' 43, K A New Orleans, La. ROSWELL STIGLETS KIMBALL, ' 43, II K A Biloxi, Miss. Glee Club; Y. M. C. A.; intramural Football; Intramural Baseball; IntTvimural Soccer; Golf. Fifth Row: ALLEN BUSCH KOLTUN, ' 43, SAM New Orleans, La. Glee Club; International Relations Club; Intramurals. MURIEL LAMBERT, ' 44 New Orleans, La. MILTON HERMAN LATTER, ' 44, Z B T New Orleans, La. Intramural Unit Manager. ALEXANDER ANTHONY LoCASCIO, JR., ' 43, 2 K . New Orleans, La. Campua Nite; Cheerleader. HENRY FREDERICK LOCHTE, ' 43, A 9 St. Petersburg, Fla. " Jambalaya. " Sixth Row: JAMES ANDREW LOCKETT, ' 43, K A New Orleans, La. STEPHEN ANTHONY LONGO, ' 43, 2 H New Orleans, La. Band; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A. CLIFFORD CHARLES LOSBERG, JR., ' 43 New Orleans, La. WALTER NORMAN McHENRY, ' 44, 2 n Somonauk, III. Seventh Row: JOHN HENRY McMillan, ' 43, a e New Orleans, La. Greenbackets; " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya. ' JOHN DOUGLAS MAGINNIS, ' 44, K A New Orleans, La. Basketball (I). ADOLPH MAGRUDER, ' 44, A 9 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. WARREN SELDEN MALHIOT. ' 43, S 2 New Orleans, La. W i [285] AND BUSINIS MiNISTRATION 4 den yiad44 iteA. AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION First Row: RAFAEL RUSSELL MARINO, ' 44 New Orleans, La. DANIEL ADOLPH MAYER, ' 44, SAM New Orleans, La. ELLIS MINTZ, ' 44 New Orleans, La, DAVID MONROE, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Track. LELAND STANFORD MONTGOMERY, ' 43, A K E . . New Orleans, La. T, U R. K. Second Row: DAVID WILLIAM MOORE, ' 44, A T Galveston, Texas JOHN ROBERT NORMAN, III., ' 43, K A New Orleans, La. Whfte Elephants. MARTHA WHITESTINE ORCHARD, ' 43 New Orleans, La. PAUL WHITESTINE ORCHARD, ' 43 New Orleans, La. JAMES ROBERT OVIATT, ' 44, K S Cleveland, Ohio White Elephants. Third Row: LESTER THOMAS OZIO, JR., ' 44 Morgan City, La. Band. EDMUND SLENNY PARKER, ' 44, A K E New Orleans, La. Thirteen Club; Freshman Basketball. GERALD CONSTANTINE PELIAS, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Freshman Y. M. C. A.; Basketball. CHALIN OCTAVE PEREZ, ' 44, S X Dalcour, La. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants. BEN GEORGE PERKOWSKI, ' 43 New Orleans, La. Naval R. O. T. C. Taffrail. Fourth Row: RAY CARTER PERRY, JR., ' 44 New Orleans, La. JOHN ALLEN POLIN, ' 43, 2AM Tulsa, Okla. HELEN CORA POOL, ' 44 New Orleans, La. ' Y. W. C. A. ROSE FAY RABENOVITZ, ' 44 New Orleans, La. NIGEL EWING RAFFERTY, ' 44, B 8 TT Pass Christian, Miss. Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Freshman Y. M. C. A. Fifth Row: LOUIS EUGENE RAMOS, ' 44, K S New Orleans, La. Nava! R. O. T. C; Freshman Y. M. C. A. GEORGE ROBERT RICHARDSON, ' 44 New Orleans, La. RICHARD GROVES RILEY, ' 44, Ben New Orleans, La. JOHN TILGHMAN ROBINSON, ' 43, A 9 New Orleans, La. " Jambalaya " ; T. U. R. K.; White Elephants; Class President (2). GORDON WILLIAM ROHRBACKER, 43 New Orleans, La. Sixth Row: MILTON ISRAEL ROSENSON, ' 44 New Orleans, La. LEO BERNARD ROSENZWEIG, ' 43, SAM Houston, Texas MARVIN ROSMAN, ' 43, SAM New Orleans, La. Glendy Burke ..Iterary and Debating Society. WILLARD PAUL SCHNEIBLE, ' 43, A T S2 Rome, N. Y. DOROTHY CAROLINE SCHREIBER, ' 43, B S .... New Orleans, La. [286] 4 deAxyiaduateA. Firs) Row: FRED JOSEPH SCHUBER, ' 43, AS New Orleans, La. T. U. R. K. HARRY SILVERMAN, •44 Now Orleans, La. MURIEL SILVERMAN, ' 43 New Orleans, La. CHARLES SINGERMAN, ' 43, K N New Orleans, La. Glee Club: Pan-Hellenic Council. Second Rcw: MILTON BURKE SINGLETON, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Band. WILLIAM WINTER SINGLUST, ' 44, Z B T Shreveport. La. Band; Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society, ALVENA FLORENCE SMITH, ' 43 New Orleans, La. JAMES MONROE SMITH, ' 44 Leander, La. Naval R. O. T. C. Third Row: WILLIAM STILES, ' 44, A Shreveport, La. " Hullabaloo " : " Jambalaya. " NORMAN WESLEY STIVERS, ' 44 Bastrop, La. Glee Club. AGNES BETTY STRACHAN, ' 43 New Orleans, La. PERRY JOHN SUTHERLAND, ' 44, B 9 n Taxco, Mexico Fourth Row: LEON MILLER TRICE, JR., ' 43, BSE New Orleans, La. Green baclcers; " Jambalaya. " CASTRO FIDEL TRISTAN, ' 43, I I A San Jose, Costa Rica ROBERT LOUIS TURCHIN, ' 43 Miami Beach, Fla. Naval R. O. T. C; Football (I, 2). ROSALIE EVELYN VACCARO, ' 43, B A New Orleans, La. Cotillion Club; Glee Club. Fifth Row: EDMUND RANDOLPH VALES, ' 43, B 6 H New Orleans, La. Class Vice-President (2); Honor Board. MARION MITCHELL WALSHE, ' 44 New Orleans, La. SIDNEY ARTHUR WEISS, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Glee Club. JAMES FRANCIS WELDER, ' 44, ' i ' A 6 Victoria, Texas White Elephants. Sixth Row: JOHN PARHAM WERLEIN, ' 44, B 9 H New Orleans, La. MACRERY BRITTON WHEELER, JR., ' 43, A K E . . . New Orleans, La. Varsity Basketball; Track. ROBERT VERNARD WHITTAKER, ' 44, A K E .... New Orleans, La. Class Vice-President (I); Honor Board; Freshman Y. M. C. A. THOMAS CAREY WICKER, JR., ' 44, H K A New Orleans, La. Freshman Forensic Council; International Relations Club; Naval R. O. T. C. Seventh Row; WALTER LEONARD WOO ' S, ' 44 New Orleans, La. University Theatre; Freshman Y. M. C. A. ELAINE ANNE WORNER, ' 43 New Orleans, La. ALICE JANET WORRELL, ' 44 New Orleans, La. Y. W. C. A. JACK SACHER ZOOCK, ' 44, K N Jersey City, N. J. [287] UL AND BUSINESS DMINISTRATION CAMPUS y ORGANIXATIONS PUl lieia KofifLa ALPHA OF LOUISIANA CHAPTER Founded at The College of William and Mary in 1776 Tulane Chapter organized 1909 OFFICERS 1940-1941 EUGENE A. NABORS President ROSE L MOONEY Vice-President SUSAN D. TEW Secretary-Treasurer Oscar Bacltstrom, Jr. Thonnas Overton Bell Sue Eleanor Bentley Marguerite Hays Bendy Woodley Clark Campbell Charlotte Emily Carter Paul Clark John MInto Dawson Lois Elizabeth DeBakey William Tyler Fray, Jr. Adele Evelyn Kohlman Godfrey Emile Mann ELECTIONS 1940 George Bernard Matthews Helen Ross Moak Edwin Evariste Moise Thais Amelia Morris Bernard Kahn Oppenheim Durant Harry da Ponte Mary Alma RIess Frances Cordelia Senter James Corbett Senter William Stein, Jr. Douglas Paul Torre Andrew Zengel H O N«0 lieta Qa4ft4na Six fta A R Y National Honorary Commerce Fraternity Founded at University of Wisconsin and University of Illinois, 1913 ALPHA CHAPTER OF LOUISIANA Installed at Tulane in 1926 Marvin J. Barloon FACULTY MEMBERS L. J. Buchan Robert W. Elsasser F. Santry Reed Ross M. Trump Jay C. Van Kirk STUDENT MEMBERS Graham C. Bonnell Phyllis M. Derbes Seymour J. Harris R. Lee Vanderpool F. P. Hagaman HONORARY MEMBERS E. Davis McCutcheon Leon Charles Simon [290] Qfide ajj the CcU The Order of fhe Coif is the oldest national honor legal society organized for the recognition and advancement of high standards of scholarship In law. The Tulane Chapter Installed in 1931 Fred Bronfin STUDENT MEMBERS ELECTED 1940-1941 Alexander Erwin Ralston, Jr. Leonard Henry Rosenson Joseph W. Carroll Victor Leovy Paul Brosnnan Wood Brown Charles E. Dunbar, Jr. Robert J. Farley St. Clair Adams, Jr. Ellis Barnes Edmond N. Cahn E. B. Charbonnet. Jr. Murray F. Cleveland Fernando J. Cuquet, Jr. C. Giraud Davidson James J. Davidson, JY. Moise W. Dennere Edward Dubuisson J. Blanc Monroe Other C. Mouton William Ray Forrester Rufus E. Foster Mitchell Franklin Rufu ' s C. Harris Allain de C. Favrot Robert E. Friedman David Gertler Leon S. Haas, Jr. John W. Harrell Charles M. Horton, Leon D. Hubert, Jr. Charles Janvier Nathaniel B. Knight. O R C A HONORARY MEMBERS . Charles A. O ' Neill Chief Justice Louisiana Supreme Court FACULTY MEMBERS Esmond Phelps Charles Rosen William Weeks Westerfleld. Jr. Horace B. White Judge George Janvier Samuel Lang Monte M. Lemann Sumter D. Marks, Jr. ALUMNI MEMBERS Abe B. Kupperman Hubert A. Lafarque Austin W Lewis Harry McCall, Jr. Hugh McCioskey Joseph J. McCioskey, Jr. James D. McNeill Bessie Margolin Charles D. Marshall James J. Morrison Clarence J. Morrow Eugene A. Nabors Ferdinand F. Stone Fontaine Martin, Jr. Kalford K. Miazza A. Dallam O ' Brien, John E. Parker Ashton Phelps Joseph J. Piccione Keith M. Pyburn Mervin H. Riseman L. Julian Samuel Walter J. Suthon. Jr. Rene A. Viosca Judge William W. Westerfleld George A. Wilson John M. Wisdom Marjorie J, Smith George M. Snel lings, Moise S. Steeg, Jr. John R. Stewa Charles Titche Arthur C. Watson Robert Weinstein Morris Wright Fred Zengel Jr. !: A T I O N S yj eta Suftna PUi i ALPHA CHI CHAPTER Founded at University of Chicago Established at Tulane in 1936 May A. Allen Russell M. Geer IN FACULTATE Graydon W. Regenos Ernest Riedel Mary A. Sollmann Eleanor Bentley Georgette C. Coleman Beatrice Field IN UNIVERSITATE Athalie Generes Anna Mangiaraclna Joseph Marchese Benjamin A. Petty HONORARY MEMBERS Louise Friedrichs Mary Stevens Irene Pfaff Miriam Wild Dorothy Beckemeyer Amelia Plant Clark RESIDENT MEMBERS Willomette A. Colley Leia Moyer Crawford John Dowling Mary Pearce Louis Scheuer Jean TIN Mercedes Vulliet Annie M. G. Welsch [291] First Row: P. Bass, G. Bonnell, C. Dailey, E. Finley, M. Hickey. H. Johnston, J. Klrby. Second Row: A. Martin, C. Meyer, J. Poiack, H. Rankin, F. Reese, J. Senter, A. Wallace. ALPHA ZETA CIRCLE OFFICERS MAUNSEL HICKEY President EDWARD FINLEY Vice-President PAT F. BASS Secretary CONRAD MEYER. Ill Treasurer H MEMBERS PAT F. BASS GRAHAM BONNELL CARL DAILEY EDWARD FINLEY MAUNSEL HICKEY HARVEY JOHNSTON JOE H. KIRBY, JR. ALBERT C. MARTIN, JR. CONRAD MEYER, III. JOSEPH A. POLACK HOMER M. RANKIN WILBUR FORD REESE JAMES SENTER ARTHUR J. WALLACE, JR. WILLIAM W. WESTERFIELD [292 I FRATRES IN FACULTATE James A. Cronvich Donald Derickson A. Lee Dunlap Frederick H. Fox J. A. Gerster Arthur M. Hill J. K. Mayer Robert L. Menuet L. B. Neubert C. B. Norris C. W, Ricker James M. Robert M. D. Ross Glenn E. Seidel Erich R. Stephan Francis M. Taylor C. S. Williamson, Jr. M. G. Zervigon ?iy ' FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Robert T. Basnett ' 41 Rodney A. Black ' 41 P. W. Bohne ' 40 Manuel J. De Lerno- • .... ' 41 Faurie E. Ferchaud ' 42 Horace S. Henderson ' 41 Byron L. Levy ' 41 Wallace B. Mallu ' 41 Joseph A. Polack ' 41 Paul H. Ricker ' 41 Arthur W. Stout, Jr ' 41 William A. Wood, Jr ' 41 LOUISIANA BETA CHAPTER Founded at Lehigh University in 1885. Established at Tulane in 1935. Colors: Seal Brown and White. Purpose: To mark in a fitting manner those v ho have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in Engineering, or by attainments as alumni in the field of Engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges of America. First Row: R. Basnett. R. Black, M. De Lerno, F. Ferchaud, H. Henderson. Second Row; B. Levy, W. Mallu, J. Polack, P. Ricker, A. Stout, W. Woods. [293] Hb B. Bethea. B. Hochenedel, K. Hodge. M. Hutson, S. Jones. The members of Alpha Sigma Sigma are selected from the Junior Class of Newcomb College on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and school spirit. The organization carries on an extensive program of charitable and relief work, cooperat- ing throughout the year with the student govern- ment officers and various campus organizations. OFFICERS BETTY BETHEA . . . LILLIAN ALEXANDER . . . . President Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS LILLIAN ALEXANDER BETTY BETHEA BETTY HOCHENEDEL KATE HODGE MARY JANE HUTSON SARA VIRGINIA JONES ' mi. Alp.Ua SlatfUk Siatna Established at Tulane in 1915 for the purpose of promoting college and class spirit and governing freshmen until their elections. [294] OFFICERS CLAUDE GROVES President EDWARD FINLEY Vice-President A. C. MARTIN, JR Secretary-Treasurer DEAN J. M. ROBERT Faculty Counselor MEMBERS ELECTED IN 1937 B. Tartt Bell Norman Buckner Moise Dennery Rufus C. Harris Richard C, Keenan Robert P. Lockett, Jr. Hugh McCloskey Norman C. Melun Wilt7 C. Ott Moise S. Steeg, Jr. R. Miller Upton MEMBERS ELECTED IN 1938 John P. Adams Robert U. Blum Abe B. Kupperman Ray H. Miller, Jr. Alvin G. Montgomery William M. Payne Homer M. Rankin Joseph Riorda Ernest M. Sutter MEMBERS ELECTED IN 1939 Joe L. Abrams Charles W. Nelson Dr. Morton A. Aldrich Allain DeClouet Favrot Joe H. Kirby, Jr. Paul G. Krueger Einar N. Pederson Wilbur Ford Reese Mervin H. Riseman Bascom D. Talley William W. Young MEMBERS ELECTED IN 1940 Jack A. Bornemann Edward D. Finley Claude Groves J. Harvey Johnston Sabin Landry A. C. Martin, Jr E. B. Martin, Jr. James R. Morre R. Prosser Morrow, J James M. Robert George Schneider First Row: E. Finley, tt. Johnston. Second Row: J. Kirby, A. Martin, tt. Rankin, F. Reese, G. Schnelde Kappa Delta Phi is an honorary fraternity for the promotion of school spirit. It selects each year from the Junior and Senior classes men who have been conspicuous for school spirit and for distin- guished and unselfish loyalty and endeavor dur- ing their university careers. [295] F. Follansbee. E. Hunt, E. La Prairie. OFFICERS MRS. C. E. LaPRAIRIE President MRS. D. P. TAYLOR Vice-President MRS. W. B. FOLLANSBEE Treasurer MRS. C. H. HUNT, JR Secretary MRS. W. H. DAUGHERTY Corresponding Secretary MEMBERS MRS. W. H. DAUGHERTY MRS. W. B. FOLLANSBEE MRS. CHARLES H. HUNT, JR. MRS. M. B. HUTSON MRS. C. E. LaPRAIRIE . MRS. D. P. TAYLOR MRS. W. R. ZIEGLER PUiMamixia Pi HONORARY MEMBERS MRS. RUFUS C. HARRIS DR. MARIE BRYD DEES-MATTINGLY DR. MARTHA W. McDONALD Established at Tulane in 1937 Founded at Louisiana State University in 1935 Purpose: The stimulation and encouragement of higher education among married women students. [296] OFFICERS JAMES FLOWER President WARREN McPHILLIPS Vice-President PAUL NOBLE Secretary-Treasurer Ue " Ui iteeH Ciuo- CLASS OF ' 44 Jack Agurcia Carl Brannon Jack Bremermann Kim Brown Bill Ellis Gordon Ewln Staigg Ray James Flower Theo Harvey Tom Holmes Warren McPhlliips Paul Noble Fred Peat CLASS OF ' 43 Harry Alcott Glenny Parker Earl Bartlett, Jr. Robert Cummins Benjamin Dart, Jr. Alvin Gottschalk Kenneth Kahao Claude Trawick Jack Parker Jack Pennebaker Jack Perez Sam Ryniker Lester Smith CLASS OF ' 42 Roy Bartlett Forbes Bastian Harold Cummins R. E. Fiowerree. Jr. Donald Higgins John Jordan Stewart Maunsell Steed McGee Charles Miller Eads Poitevent Randy Roane Albert Terkuhle First Row: C. Brannon. J. Bremerman, K. Brown. Second Row: W. Ellis, G. Ewin, J. Flower. Third Row: T. Harvey, T. Holmes, W. McPhillips. Fourth Row: P. Noble, F. Peak, S. Ray. G. H. A. Thomas. Jr. CLASS OF ' 41 William Brothers George Manning John Culbertson William Murray Andrew Gay Robert Oliver Foster Johns James Reld Gus Lorber Edward K. Strong George Schneider Honorary freshman interf paternity club to further interest and ideals of Tulane, both in scholastic and athletic activities. [2971 First Row: K. Brash. E. Douglas. D. Ecuyer, M. Follett, N. Kidd. Second Row: M. Marion, E. Morgenstern, M. Saal, E. Schwartz, R. Trowbridge, M. Williams. Founded at Newcomb in 1938. Honorary Freshman Society. Mennbers elected for leadership and scholarship. OFFICERS DOROTHY W. ECUYER President MOONYEEN MARION Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS KATHERINE BRASH EVE C. DOUGLAS DOROTHY ECUYER MARY ANN FOLLETT NITA KIDD MOONYEEN MARION EMILY MORGENSTEIN MARGARET SAAL ELSA SCHWARTZ ROUTH TROWBRIDGE MARGARET ANN WILLIAMS my • [298] OFFICERS QUIN GAUTIER President GUS LORBER Secretary WILLIAM LEAKE Treasurer phi PUl MEMBERS LOUIS CALVIN BRYAN JACK LOUIS DARAY, JR. LLOYD JAMES FREMEAUX HERMES QUIN GAUTIER THOMAS C. HALL WILLIAM WALTER LEAKE JOSEPH F. A. LORBER CLAUDE HENRY OAKLAND ROLAND THOMAS PERTUIT GEORGE THEODORE SCHNEIDER R. LEE VANDERPOOL, JR. WINSTON W. WALKER (SPHINX OF TULANE) Founded at California. Established at Tulane in 1927. Purpose: A Junior-Senior organization to promote fellowship. First Row; J. Daray, L. Fremeaux, Q. Gautier, T. Hall, W. Leake. Second Row: G. Lorber, C. Oakland, R. Pertult. S. Schneider, R. Vanderpool, W Walker. [299] First Row; C. Almand, B. Baird, C. Bloom J Collier R Doyle, C. Ellis. Second Row: A. Fontenol, D. Higgins. R. Himel, R. Leonhardt, A. Martin, H Marx Third Row L. McFaul, 5. Moody, P. Pigman, R. Robert. L. Plauche, C. Schwartz. fHonorary Pre-Legal Fraternity. Founded at University of Illinois in 1920. Established at Tulane in 1928. ALPHA CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE Rufus C. Harris Paul Brosman Ferdinand Stone M M mi AtpJ Alft ka Alfika MEMBERS Cedric Almand ' 42 Bruce Baird ' 42 Charles Bloom ' 42 John Collier ' 42 Roger Doyle ' 42 Carey Ellis ' 42 .Allen R. Fontenot ' 43 Donald Higgins ' 42 Rene Himel ' 42 Robert Leonhardt ' 43 Allen Martin ' 43 Harold Marx ' 42 Louis McFaul ' 43 Samuel Moody ' 42 Donald Moseley - ' 42 Paul Pigman ' 43 Lane Plauche ' 42 Randolph Robert ' 42 Charles Schwartz ' 43 [300] OFFICERS GORDON DOREMUS Master Alchemist EARL CLAIBORNE Vice Master Alchemist OWEN H. FOSS Treasurer SHEP PERRIN Recorder CARLOS de la VEGA Reporter HAROLD STREAM Master of Ceremonies Mfi: :: MMM m IN FACULTATE Thomas B. Grumpier Raymond Frees Arthur O. Kastler Hal W. Moseley Fred H. Pollard Francis McB. Taylor C. S. Williamson, Jr. GRADUATE SCHOOL William Atkinson ' 39 Harold M. Busey ' 39 Earl B. Claiborne ' 39 Gordon Doremus ' 39 Owen H. Foss ' 40 Godfrey Mann ' 40 UNDERGRADUATES J. Everett Arnoult -. ' 41 John J. Baehr , ' 41 Emile Bertucci ' 41 John Bryan ' 41 Henry Bultman ' 41 George Grain ' 42 Carlos de la Vega ' 41 Walter Gulley ' 41 Horace Henderson ' 41 Eldridge Hine " ' 4i P. Stenning Murphy ' 41 Shepard F. Perrin, Jr ' 41 Harold H. Stream ' 41 George Thompson ' 41 William A. Wood ' 41 ALPHA TAU CHAPTER Founded at University of Wisconsin in 1902. Established at Tulane in 1928. Purpose: To promote the advancement of chemistry as a science and a profession. First Row: J. Arnoult, J. Baehr, E. Bertucci, J. Bryan, H. Bultman, G. Grain, S. Doremus, W. Gulley. Second Row: H. Henderson, E. Hine, G. Mann, S. Murphy, S. Perrin, H. Stream, G. Thompson, W. Wood. [3011 First Row: P. Bernard, R. Bond, 5. Campbell, J. Carraway, B. Ca+lin, J. Dane, C. Darnall, E. Emiing, H. Fox, E. Graves. Second Row: C. Guillot, C. Hart, W. Heausler, A. Higgins, S. Hopkins, P. La u man, R. Le Blanc, J. McGraw, V. McMullen, P. Many. Third Row: J. Oviatt, W. Owen, C. Perez, P. Pottharst, G. Seaver. W. St. Clafr, T. Wakeman, J. Welder, C. Williams, L. Zerlnger. Established at Tulane In 1921 — Founded at Tulane in 1 92 1 . Purpose: Freshman Society for the Promotion of School Spirit. OFFICERS EDWARD L EMLING Big Tusk CHARLES W. DARNALL Little Tusk Alpha Tau Omega Charles W. Darnall Emory L, Graves, Jr. Peter W. Many Delta Sigma Phi Ben S. Catiin William A. Heausler Pete Lauman Phi Delta Theta Sunny Campbell Paul C. Pottharst James F. Welder, Jr. Phi Kappa Sigma John Dane, Jr. Thomas O. Wakeman Charles B. Williams, Jr. Delta Tau Delta Edward L. EmIIng Hewitt Bates Fox John McGraw, Jr. Kappa Alpha Thomas N. Bernard Stanhope Felix Hopkins G. Arthur Seaver Pi Kappa Alpha John F. Caraway William C. Owen Lawrence Louis Zerlnger Sigma Alpha Epsllon Calton Guillot Robert LeBlanc Vernon McMullen White Zle pJi atd m Kappa Sigma Albert Heffner Archie Hlgglns James Oviatt Sigma Chi Robert R. Bond Charles Hart Chalin O. Perez Sigma Phi Epsilon James D. Connell Walter E. St. Clair [302] OFFICERS MURL ANNA UMBACH President CECILE DRESNER Vice-President NADINE ROBBERT Secretary-Treasurer BABSY LE ANC Corresponding Secretary BETTY BERNHARD Publicity Manager a?i ' ' . 3 oHce GluL MEMBERS Dorothy Bethea Sonja Bunge Bettie Burns Leah Castillon Mary Cutting Jean Dresner Mary Durham Peggie Gray Idamay Hayden Virginia Hedges Anne Hilburn Mabel Hochenedel Mayvente Hofstra Elmlra Le Blanc Matilde Levy Harriet Line Carolyn Marshall Pat McCord Jane McNiven Malda Moter Aleene Muller Elleanora Perrllllat Carolyn Robbert Betty Shelton Edith Trotter Marie-Louise Wal eman Ruth Watts Mary V ineman First Row: D. Bethea, L. Castillon, E. Burns, M. Cutting, J. Dresner, M. Durham, P. Gray, I. Haydon, V. Hedges. Second Row: M. Hochenedel, M. Hofstra, K. LeBlanc, M. Levy, H. Line, 5. McCord, J. McNiven, C. Marshall, M. Moter. Third Row: A. Muller, E. Perrllllat, C. Robbert, B. Shelton, E. Trotter, M. Wakeman, R. Watts. M. Wineman. [303] Pirst Row: C. Albrechf, k. Albrecht, B. Allee, M. Andrews, G. Berthiei, J. Brooks, G. Buhler, E. Coare, D. Dowlmg, J. Elliott, b. Garrett, G. Gaunt. Second Row: S. Grenier, M. Hackett, D. Hartley, J. Hinds, T. Hofstra, M. Hutson, R. LaPeyre, L. Levlne, C. Long, B. Miller, M. Moter, M. Murray. Third Row: L. Naihaus, L. Nelson, E, Otilsen, N. Robbert, H. Schneider, E. Smith, M. Starts, L. Stollenwerck, M. Strahan, M. Sullivan, M. Wakeman, M. Wendt, T. Wild. Established at Tulane in 1929. The purpose of this organization is to further an interest in, and develop a greater knowledge of biological subjects. OFFICERS ELIZABETH COATE President MARY JANE HUTSON Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS ON THE FACULTY Florence Brooks Kreeger Lillian Kyame Dixie Tharp Mayer Rose Beeson St. Martin MEMBERS JiaMi p4f.fU(IU iff .flsMn; u ' W Carolyn Albrecht Ruth Albrecht Beth Allee Mary Lloyd Andrews Gertrude Berthier Joan Brooks Gwendolyn Buhler Elizabeth Coate Dorothy Dowling June Elliott Shirley Garrott Gloria Gaunt Shirley Grenier Mary Hackett Dorothy Hartley Jane Hinds Tatiana Hofstra Mary Jana Hutson Harriett Kostmayer Rose LaPeyre Leila Levine Carolyn Long Bertha Rose Miller Edith Moore Maida Moter Mildred Murray Lillian Naihaus Louise Nelson Emily Ohisen Jenny Payne Nadlne Robbert Hilda Schneider Edith Smith Marian Starts Louise Stollenwerct Mary Sue Strahan Mary Agnes Sullivan Marie-Louise Wakeman Margaret Lee Wendt Thais Wild C3041 W APPHECIATION For kind cooperation in the publication of the 1941 " Jambalaya, " the editorial staff pauses to express its deep appreciation to: Messrs. W. A. Benson, R. 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Imagine what terror would strike the hearts of our enemies when they look up and see themselves being at- tacked by the mighty mastodons of Tulane. " Lowell Potter Dawson, head football coach: " I too think the idea wonderful. At any rate the team couldn ' t be any worse than the lightweight aggregation I turned out last year. If the idea goes through I hope to be able to recruit the entire line from the young ladies of the Commerce School. These belles should be a definite asset to any foot- ball team, that is mentally and physically but not morally. " THE SWAMP THAT BECAME A MINE In 1933 and 1934. the noise and clatter of con- struction machinery replaced the croak of the bull- frog and the cry of the gull on a lonely section of Plaquemines Parish marshland. 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Madelyn Rose Lultch New Orleans, La. Adelaide Celina Rickert .... New Orleans, La. Evelyn Ruth Smith Waukegan, III. Mary Baldwin Smith New Orleans, La. Hannah Betty Prins Kansas City, Mo. Beatrice Elizabeth Shober . , . New Orleans, La. Margaret Elaine Soloman .... Houston, Texas Jeanet Irma Steckler New Orleans, La. Hilda Mary Voss New Orleans, La. LaVerne Morris New Orleans, La. Mary Emily Nelson New Orleans, La. Else Myrtle Nielsen New Orleans. La. Ida Catherine Pavy Opelojsas, La. Dorothy Reiner New Orleans. La. Adrlenne Villa Rickert New Orleans, La. Joy Gretchen Rogers New Orleans, La. Elma Lois Schroeder New Orleans, La. Jane Marion Sherman Atlanta, Ga. Sybil Wilkinson Stevens .... New Orleans, La. Hilda May Zlifle Gretna, La. Deborah Pinner Lyons New Orleans. La. William Miller Owen New Orleans, La. Doris Lucille Polrrler Vacherle, La. Dolores Pumilla New Orleans, La. Barbara Orne Ralney New Orleans. La. Ann Roberta Ramsey New Orleans, La. Dorothy Marlon St. Raymond . New Orleans, La. Mary Glenn Snyder Roswell. N. Mex. Ruth Barbara Stall New Orleans. La. Theima Stlenberg Courtland, Ala. Yvonne Rose Stahlman New Orleans, La, Ellse Helen Talmage New Orleans. La. Dorrs Mae Ware New Orleans, La. Dolores Virginia Watts .... New Orleans, La. Margaret Schelker Wiedorn . . New Orleans, La. Harriet Williams New Orleans, La. Dorothy Ellen Zebal Myrtle Grove. La. COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES SENIORS John Maurice Abrams, Jr. James Anthony Badame . Franklin Pierce Berry, III Leonard Romeo Bertolino New Orleans, La. Albert Andrew Bodny Gary. Ind, . San Jose, Calif. William Howard Brinkman . . . New Orleans, La. . . . Homer, La. Claude Leon Buerger. Jr. Theodore, Ala. New Orleans, La. Fred James Cassibry New Orleans, La. George Sumpter Clay Meridi an. Miss. Hazen Wood Cole New Orleans. La. Reynolds Malone Collins .... Baton Rouge. La. Thomas John Conroy New Orleans, La. Jack Corbitt Hartford. Ala. Edward Frank Dombrosky Miami. Fla. Charles Constantine Parrel!, Jr. New Orleans, La. Jacob Faust, Jr New Orleans, La. Harold Aaron Ferris, Jr Atlanta, Ga. Wilbur Otis Fogg Dallas. Texas Henry Carter Foss Chicago, III. Calixto L. Garcia-lniguez Guama, Orlente, Cuba Claude Groves, Jr. Ft. Smith, Ark. Roman Walter Bentz Horlcon, Wis. Ernest Elmer Blandin Kelghley, Kan. Joseph Brechte! New Orleans, La. Norman Nelson Burwick Port Arthur. Tex. Thomas Wharton Collens, Jr. . New Orleans, La. Martin Franklin Comer Gary. Ind. Edward Jacobs Crawford, Jr. . . Shreveport, La. Howard Hugh Crawford .... New Orleans, La. Beniamin Crump, 111 New Orleans. La. Harold Van B. Cummins. Jr.. . New Orleans, La. John Cyprien Dalier New Orleans, La. James Francis Dominguez . . . New Orleans, La. Gordon Clark English Midland, Texas Raymond Gauche. Jr New Orleans, La. Robert Lloyd Glass Massillon, Ohio Michael Hardie Bagot New Orleans, La. Samuel Baum Passaic. N. J. Howard Moore Bordelon . . , Lake Charles, La. Brown Hill Boswell Montgomery. Ala. Andrew George Bucaro .... New Orleans, La. Daryl Merton Cable Brookville, Pa. Cyril Walter Carbon, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Klllian Loew Charbonnet . . . New Orleans, La. Alvln Cohen New Orleans, La. Herbert Cohen Brooklyn, N. Y. Marx Cohen, Jr New Orleans, La. James Joseph Curro Gulfport, Miss. Benjamin Wall Dart, Jr New Orleans, La. William Charles DIffenderfer . . . Pensacola, Fla. Lonnie Vienne Dunckelman . . . Natchitoches. La. James Andrew Ely, Jr Sha ' , Miss. Lawrence Bres Eustis New Orleans, La. Felix Adam Foret, Jr New Orleans, La. Jack Frankel Jamaica, L. 1., N. Y. William Donad Franklin , . . New Gardens, N. Y. Thomas Joseph Garbark Edgewood, Pa. Harold W. Glick Bronx, N. Y. James Franklin Adams . . . New York City, N. Y. Stanley ArboczewskI Weirton, W. Va. Samuel Andrew Amy New Orleans, La. Curtis Lee Attaway, Jr Villa Platte, La. Richard Adams Barnes, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. Leroy Barnldge Shreveport, La. William B. Bellamy .... Okahoma City, Okla. David Bernhardt, Jr New Orleans, La. Louis Charles Blanda Harvey, La. Cleo Orville Blandin Keighley, Kansas John Bochnicka N. Judson, Ind. Leonard Joseph Bowers ... New Orleans, La. Bertram Donald Brettschnelder . Brooklyn, N. Y. William Henry Briede, III . . , New Orleans, La. William Brownstein New Haven, Conn. Paul Meredith Bunn Cowan, Tenn. NIchltas Nicholas Carldas . . . New Orleans, La. Rene Nicholas Chehardy .... New Orleans, La. Joseph Owen Cies Carllnvllle, ill. Charles William Cipolla . . . Jersey City, N. J. Oscar Ringgold Cocke Ellendale, La. Samueo Diaz Panama, R. P. Lucas Anthony DiLeo New Orleans, La. Allan Melbourne Dulaney .... Mt. Vernot, III. Edmund Thomas Dulcet .... South Bend. Ind. Joseph Hamilton Echezabal . . New Orleans. La. Thomas Morgan Edwards . . . New Orleans. La. James Knobloch Faget .... New Orleans. La. SENIORS Frank Helion Hardenstein . . . New Orleans, La. Jerome Byron Hirsch, Jr., . . Greenville, Miss. George Denegre Hopkins . . . New Orleans, La. Alfred Quinn Hyde Long Leaf, La. Walter John Jung, Jr New Orleans, La. John Francis Latham New Orleans, La. Henry Millard Lee El Paso, Texas Charles Vaccaro Menendez . . . New Orleans, La. Bernard Mount, Jr. Montgomery, Ala. JUNIORS Irwin Joffe Springfield, Mass. Leon Jules Joseph New Orleans, La. Burton Katz Brooklyn, N. Y. John Alfred King New Orleans, La. Bernard Aloysius Krobert . . . Beaver Dam, Wis. James Willard Lewis . . . . . . LaGrange, Ga. David Samuel Light Brooklyn, N. Y. Harley Raymond McCollum . . . Stillwell, Okla. Charles Curtis McKlrahan . . , New Orleans, La. Herbert Eugene Mauterer, Jr. New Orleans. La. William Joseph Mogabgab , . New Orleans, La. Raymond F. Montgomery . . . New Orleans, La. George Marlus Morller .... New Orleans, La. Edward Donald Moseley .... New Orleans, La. William Coakley Moss Bogalusa, La. Edward Leon Myers Joplln. Mo. SOPHOMORES Preston O. Gordon Magee. Miss. George Monroe Gregory, Jr Wynne, Ark. Carleton Hale, Jr New Orleans, La. Frederick Jacob Reagan Heebe . . . Gretna, La. Martin Francis Hennessey, Jr. . San Antonio, Tex. William Michael Thomas Hornlck , , La Belle, Pa. Riley Lynn Humphreys New Orleans, La. John Joseph Ibert New Orleans, La. Daniel Gorden Johnson Palatka, Fla. Hans Boegh Jonassen New Orleans, La. Ralph Edward Klnnebrew .... Long View, Texas Wilkes Allen Knolle New Orleans, La. Bernard Lahasky New Orleans, La. Mefvin Howard Levin Winthrop, Mass. Philip Oscar LIchtblau Union City, N. J. Schaumburg McGehee New Orleans, La. William Henry Mathews .... New Orleans, La. William Clark Menge New Orleans, La. John Joseph Mikonowicz . . , . New Orleans, La. Allen Lane Miller, Jr. , ... Destrehan, La. Fernand Joseph Mire, Jr. , . , New Orleans, La. Harry Preston Moran, Jr. ... New Orleans, La. Rafael Navarro, Jr Arroyo, P. R. FRESHMEN Paul Albert Ferrara New Orleans, La. Harry Crawford Ferrell, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. George Gasteazoro LaCelba, Honduras Ernest Rightor George .... New Orleans, La. Beniamin Locklln Goldstein . New Haven, Conn. Hector Francisco Gonzalez ..... Moca, P. R. Conrad Harrison Goodwin . . . Waynesboro, Va. Edward Randolph Goodwin . . . Waynesboro, Va. Gordon Bernard Gsell New Orleans, La. Joseph Ward Guillot, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Alden Edward Hagardorn . . . New Orleans, La. Alfred Reece Hale New Orleans. La. Albert William Heffner, Jr Phillpp. Miss. Henry John Hlldebrand .... New Orleans, La. Alton Bernard Humphrey, Jr. . New Orleans, La. John Jofko Passaic, N. J. Victor Henry Klein Erie, Pa. Wallace Korn Brooklyn, N. Y. Stephen Joseph Kriston Valparaiso, Ind. Joseph John Kyame New Orleans, La. Bernard Lawrence Lampo . . . New Orleans, La. Herma Burke Landreneau .... Vllle Platte, La. George Etienne Landry Port Arthur, Tex. Judah Raymond Lober Bronx, N. Y. Raymond Philip Luthringshause n New Orleans, La. John Lawrence McCarthy . . . New Orleans, La. William Lee McLane, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Alexander Vernor Maccall . . . London, England Thomas Joseph O ' Boyle Hobart. Ind. Charles Adrian Rich Gulfpo ' t, Miss. Leonard Scott Sauer Kildare, Okla. Irving Sheen Brooklyn, N. Y. Durward John Thlbodaux, Jr. . New Orleans, La. Theodore Wall Thompson Kenner, La. Harry Hart Wagenhelm Pensacola, Fla. Leslie Lee Watson, Jr New Orleans, La. David Weinstein St. Augustine, Fla. Ray Edward Nugent Jena, La. Arthur George Nuhrah New Orleans. La. John Joseph Owens New Orleans. La. Charles William Peterson Mobile, Ala. Robert William Polchow .... New Orleans, La. Joseph Leon Rosenzwelg . . . Lake Village, Ark. Daniel Herbert Schwartz . . New York City, N. Y. Ashley Jacob Shocket New Orleans, La. Will ' am L. Spencer, Jr Sterlington, La. Jerome Joseph Spitzer Brooklyn. N. Y. Ignatius Tedesco. Jr New Orleans. La. Pierre James Thibaut New Orleans, La. Manuel Carneado Thomas. Jr. . Wheeling, W. Va. Robert Bernard Thompson .... Vllle Platte, La. Jack Allen Tittle Marshall, Texas Malcolm Victor O ' Hara .... New Orleans, La. Donald Edward O ' Nell .... Ann Arbor, Mich. Ralph Edward Orpys Clifton, N. J. George Warren Prather ... St. Petersburg, Fla. George Wilson Reese, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Crelghton Rhea Jonesboro, Ark. Kermit Rhea Jonesboro, Ark. John Menvllle Sartin New Orleans, La. Peter Charles Schmidt, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Emanuel Sam Seitlein Miami, Fla. Frank Asbury Sewell Boyce, La. Emile Sauter Sherrard New Orleans, La. Thomas Cedric Sidney New Orleans, La. Saul Siegendorf Passaic, N.J. William Terrel Slstrunk . . . New Orleans, La. William Mason Smith New Orleans, La. Louis Emile Thomas New Orleans, La. Gerhard Henry August Thomas New Orleans, La. Harrison Morton Weber . . . New Orleans, La. Robert Harold Wegener .... New Orleans, La. George Elliot Welch New Orleans. La. Jack Rufus Young Florala, Ala. John Douglas Marshall, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Frank Val Mayer New Orleans, La. Edward Franklin Meares .... Clearwater, Fla. BurnJe Noel Mire, Jr New Orleans, La. Val Charles Mogensen New Orleans, La. Ridgely Molse, Jr New Orleans, La. Michael Jahnssens Molony, Jr. . New Orleans, La. Allyn Miles Munger New Orleans, La. Leonard Novltch Hoboken, N.J. Santiago Jose Pa niello Tampa, Fla. William Dallas Parker Pachuta, Miss. Walter Clifton Payne Pensacola, Fla. Emanuel Jacob Pelleterl .... New Oreans, La. Gordon Duane Peterson Sparta, Wis. Robert Milton PIttman .... Plain Dealing, La. Calvin Robert Polndexter Enid, Okla. Joseph Seward Pourclau .... New Orleans, La. Robert Eugene Ratelle New Orleans, La. Alvln Edmond Rellly New Orleans, La. Robert Lawrence Rice, Jr Gulfport, La. Stephen James Richard .... New Orleans, La. Warren George Rodick .... New Orleans, La. Jay Miller Rowland, Jr Hot Springs, Ark. Jack Sail Paterson, N. J. Edgar Emile Sauls New Orleans, La. Roy Leonard Saux New Orleans, La. Albert Carl Schmidt New Orleans, La. Enno August Schoenhardt, Jr.. New Orleans, La. Adrian Manuel Serrano Isabella, P. R. Lawrence Shapiro Brooklyn, N. Y. Dant Bell Slack Louisville. Ky. Manuel Jose Soto New Orleans, La. Robert Ormerod Preusser Houston, Texas James Floyd Currie Atmore, Ala. Nadene Denison . Fort Bennlng, Ga. Yvonne Marie Duplantler . . . New Orleans, La. Edith Hampton Flynn Union. S. C. Thomas T. Glass New Orleans, La. Dale Lamar Harper Brandon, Miss. Noel Avis Braniff New Orleans, La. Philip Tristam Gardner .... Pensacola, Fla. William Dlffenderffer Gude, Jr. New Orleans, La. Mrs. Helen Thompson Hill - . . New Orleans, La. FRESHMEN Tommy Peter Stokes New Orleans, La. Alvin Theorin Stolen Eau Claire, Wis. Philip Goode Stringer New OrJeflns, La, John Nick Tuminello Shreveport. Lo, SPECIAL STUDENTS Mrs. Myreta Leora Stephan . , Nev Orleans. La, PARTIAL STUDENTS Grace Louise Julian New Orleans, La, Kathleen Mary Keese New Orleans, La. Michael John Kyame New Orleans, La. Mrs. Clara Moul Lentz New Orleans, La. Dan Francis Moorer New Orleans, La. Fort Pipes, Jr. New Orleans, La. PART-TIME STUDENTS Henry Marshall Kopman , Mariorle Kroll Newell Morgan Leslie , . Melvin Marcus Rosenthal , New Orleans, La, . New Orleans, La. . New Orleans, La, , New Orleans, La. Frank Anthony Uddo Washington, D. C, Wolter Goetz Wedig, Jr, . , . Nev Orleans, La. Earl Whigham New Orleans, La. Samuel Tyson Roberts, Jr DeRidder, La. Durant Harry doPonte New Orleans, La, Audrey Malvino St. Raymond . New Orleans, La. Barry Stubbs Monroe, La, Elizabeth Williams New Orleans, La. Mary Bright Wilson New Orleans, La. Jack Chalmers Herman .... New Orleans, La, Joseph Milton Scorsone , . . New Orleans, La, Richard Clifford Patrick Selther New Orleans, La. Polly Sharp New Orleans, La. Columbus Floyd New Orleans, La. UNCLASSIFIED STUDENTS David Hoyle Haire New Orleans, La. Leonard Oppenhelm New Orleans, La. Joe Eltidge Thigpen Bay Springs, Miss, Robert Wallace Adamson Spokane, Wash, COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING SENIORS Joseph Hugh Le Blanc. Jr.. . Sylvia Anals Maceo New Orleans, La. . . Havana, Cuba Stephen Wallace Painter New Orleans. La, David Levy Asher New Orleans, La. Martin Simon Baer New Orleans, La. George Forbes Bastian , . . . New Orleans, La. John Dickson Bruns, Jr New Orleans, La. Theodore William Dletze . . . New Orleans, La. William Paul Boulet New Orleans, La. John Francis Bowen, Jr New Orleans, La. John Henry Bruns, Jr New Orleans, La. Walter Cameron Byrne, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. Charles Louis Fischer, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. AlvIn Schaaf Flettrlch New Orleans, La. John Francis Fortier, Jr New Orleans, La. Earl Byrd Gaines New Orleans, La. Robert Joseph Grush New Orleans, La. William Samuel Adams Legion, Texas James Othell Alderman . . , . Brookhaven. Miss. John Wesley Allee New Orleans, La. Arthur Charles Apffel New Orleans, La. Albert Aurllious Baltazor . . . New Orleans. La. Walter Barna Clifton, N. J. Isaac Kenneth Baru Springfield, Mass. David Wesley Beatty New Orleans, La. Lester William Bergeron .... New Orleans, La. Russell Raymond Biaggne - . . New Orleans, La. Oscar Manuel Blanco Lima, Peru Burt George Buquol Baton Rouge, La. Arthur Brooks Bush. Jr New Orleans, La. Wilford Francis Calongee, Jr. . New Orleans, La. Clarence Robert Caster, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. Francis lldefonso Cervantes . . New Orleans, La. James David Connell New Orleans. La. Ewin Robert Cousins New Orleans, La. William Biggs Cox New Orleans. La. Blaise Salvador D ' Antoni . . . New Orleans. La. David Donald Davis New Orleans. La. JUNIORS Riley Brown Fell New Orleans, La. Fred Severin Frederickson, Jr. New Orleans, La. Arthur Augustin Grant, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. Wilbur Paul Lafaye New Orleans, La. William August Mod New Orleans, La. SOPHOMORES Jack Francis Hlggins New Orleans, La. Herman Antonio Kopper . , Grecia, Costa Rica Louis Joseph LeCarpentier . . New Orleans, La. Jefferson Davis Levlne New Orleans, La. Eugene Hubert LIllIs New Orleans, La. Jesse Steed McGee New Orleans, La. Paul Kenney Malone New Orleans, La. John Luis Martinez New Orleans, La. George Hardiman Menefee . . . Gulfoort, Miss. FRESHMEN Walter George Doell, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Leo Francis Dufrechou New Orleans, La. Philip Manuel Duvlc New Orleans, La. Harvey Joseph Fitzpatrlck . . New Orleans, La. David Morley Fralser New Orleans, La. Elbetto Gonzalez Rublo Burgos Colombia, S. A. Eugene Cornelius Grace .... New Orleans, La. Osmond Burk Green New Orleans, La. Sidney L. Grillot, Jr New Orleans, La. Guy Aubin Gulllot New Orleans, La. Wermund E. S. Hansen .... New Orleans, La. Richard Arthur Heehs Memphis. Tenn. Roland Colsson Hlggins .... New Orleans, La. Paul Edward HIndelang Carrollton, III. William Philip HIndelang . . . New Orleans, La. Edward Gerald Holmes .... New Orleans, La. Warren Edward Ibele New Orleans, La. George Aveneau Isaac, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. David Milburn Kleck New Orleans, La. John Mautemps Krebs New Orleans, La. Salvador Kury San Miguel, El Salvador Joseph Bartholomew Mongogna . . . Kenner, La. Leo Max Oppenheimer .... New Orleans, La. Irwin Abe Rabenovitz New Orleans, La. John Louis Smith. Jr Covington, La. Carlos Jose de la Vega Ramona, Cuba James Hugh Miller. Jr New Orleans. La. Robert Ewing Newlin New Orleans. La. Maurice Bernard O ' Nell, Jr. . . New Orleans. La. Frederick Henry Schmidt .... New Orleans, La. Paul Harris Tessler New Orleans, La. Joseph Lawrence Wymer .... New Orleans. La. Jules Frank Zataraln Algiers. La. Joseph Lawrence Zemmer . . . New Orleans. La. Basil Lavltoia Elizabeth, N. J. George Long Greenville. Miss. Samuel Harrison McAfee. Jr. . New Orleans. La. Roy Henry Manning New Orleans, La. Joseph Anthony Neyrey .... New Orleans. La. John Lopez Odlno . . Puerto Cabeza. Nicaragua Jose Fernando Oiler Panama City, P. R, Cedric Frank Riche New Orleans. La. Leonard Charles Ripley Roselle, N. J. Louis Joseph Rosenbohm . . . New Orleans, La. Edwin Noone Rossiter New Orleans, La. George Chester Schroeder, Jr, . New Orleans, La. John Selinka White Plains, N. Y. James King Sipson New Orleans, La. Charles Boerner Skinner, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. Edward Alexander Thlstlethwalte . Opelousas. La. Anthony Joseph Wagener . , . New Orleans, La. Frank Robert Williams Ontario, Canada James Armand Williams .... New Orleans, La. Charles Swanscn Witcher . . . New Orleans. La. Philip Adrian Bodet, III . New Orleans. La. COLLEGE OF COMMERCE JUNIORS Lewis Calvin Bryan New Orleans, La. Francis Lampton Gill New Orleans, La. Hector Ralph Scalzo New Orleans, La. Julian Poche Brtgnac Hester, La. Frederick Julius Corales .... New Orleans, La. Joseph Benton Dupont Thibodaux. La. William Theodore Eddins Slidell, La. Edward Elioft Estes New Orleans, La. SOPHOMORES Robert Leon Indest, Jr New Orleans, La. Gordon Louis Joseph New Orleans, La. Russell Andres Lugo-Vina .... Santurce, P. R. Louis Masur, Jr Monroe, La. Harold Allen Mullin Bogalusa, La. Bernard Francis Pracko Tarentum, Pa. Elizabeth Koebel Schoenberger .... Buras, La. George Henry Soto New Orleans, La. Raymond Bond Walker .... New Orleans, La. John Edmund Wheelahan . . . New Orleans, La. Maurice Marc Alexander, Jr Kenner, La. Henry Roberts Alker, Jr. ... New Orleans, La. Albert Emile Briede, III ... . New Orleans. La. Albert Harry Cohen New Orleans, La. James Mitchell Coleman . . . New Orleans, La. David Covert New Orleans, La. Harry Lee Crane, Jr New Orleans, La. FRESHMEN John Baptiste De Luca, Jr. , New Orleans, La. Clarence Charles Eyrlch, Jr. . New Orleans, La. Abraham S. Feldman New Orleans, La. Ralph Camors Grlmaldi . . - , New Orleans, La. Milton Sidney Holland, Jr. . - New Orleans, La. John Murphy Hooten Bay Harbor, Fla. Kenneth Hanson Kahao Kahns, La. UNCLASSIFIED Juan E. Agurcia Tegucigalpa, Honduras Clarence Joseph Golomb Oshkosh. Wis. Richard Henry Mousel ... . New Orleans, La. Stafford Henry Nothacker . . . New Orleans, La. Peter Jack Panno New Orleans, La. Arnold Jack Rosenthal .... New Orleans. La. John Forres Roupe New Orleans, La. Charles Stuart White ..... New Orleans, La. Agnes Betty Strachan New Orleans, La.- PART-TIME Henry Joseph Jumonville, Jr, . New Orleans, La. Wayatt Samue ' Rogers New Orleans, La. SPECIAL J. Martin Karpen Chicago, III Francis Carter Coleman Jackson, Miss. Nick Joseph Accardo Patterson, La. Thomas Hart Baker West Helena, Ark. Robert Calvin Ball Richton, Miss. Denzil Gerald Barker Darfork, Ky. Bernard Morris Blumberg Savannah, Ga. Joseph Brent Callahan .... Baton Rouge, La. Robert Armstead Carsley Canton, Miss. Joseph James Cochrane, Jr. . La Mesa. New Mex. Richard Henry Corales .... New Orleans, La. Seynnour Bernard Crepea Brooklyn, N. Y. Lorry Constants Delambre .... Houston, Texas Stuart DeLee Shreveport. La. Judge William Fuller Norton, Va. Buford Joseph Autin Houma, La. John Thomas Barwick Louisville, Ga. John Jackson Bennett, Jr Ruston, La. Edward Burke New Orleans, La. Fernando Chirino Alonzo. Central Hershey, Cuba James Curtis Crabtree, Jr. . . Birmingham, Ala. Erving Arthur Dreskin Dunellen, N. J. Edwin Wlltz Edwards Gulfport, Miss, Edward Bernard Ferguson, Jr. . New Orleans, La. Robert White Ferguson Tampa, Fla. Sam Joseph Fertitta, Jr Beaumont, Texas Walter Clarence Friday, Jr. . . . Balboa, C. Z. George James Gatoura Austin, Texas Harold Marcus Albert Russellville, Ala. Bernard Mordecai Altschuler . . Bayonne, N. J. Norman Ural Booker Naples, Fla. Hugh Lee Boyd Bristow, Okla. Elkanah George Burson, Jr Furman, Ala. Ernest William Carrigan, Jr. . Society Hill, S. C. Jesse Hall Colley Troy, Ala. Jack Corbitt Hartford, Ala. Ernest Bearden Cunningnham . . Raleigh, N. C. Ever Louise Conner Curtis . . New Orleans, La. Elizabeth Clark Dimick .... New Orleans, La. Rcsbert Dreher Dyer Houston , Texas Eileen Frieda Eison New Orleans, La. Theodore Everett Chipley, Fla. Jacob Faust. Jr New Orleans, La. Harold Aaron Ferris. Jr New Orleans. La. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE SENIORS Henry Comfort Hudson . . Durant, Miss. JUNIORS August Vincent Gafford Boiling, Ala. James B-urnett Gilbert Lexington, Ky. Philip Phillips Gilchrist Auburn, Ala. Theodore James Grable ... St. Petersburg, Fla. Stanford Franklin Hartman . . New Orleans, La. Gordon Healey Webb City, Mo. Elton Lee McAmis Port Gibson, Fla. Joseph Perrin Melvln, Jr Jackson, Miss. James Nicholas Mullins Tyler, Texas William Henry Plageman Shiner, Texas Myrtle Lee (Smith) Pruitt .... Cheneyville, La. Trlnodad Margarita Ramos . . New Orleans, La. Edgardo Ramon Sllva Torres , Rio Piedtas, P. R. SOPHOMORES Frank Branch Gooch, Jr Houston, Texas David LIndesay Greenlees . . . Greensboro, Ala. Edward Ben Groner Shreveport, La. Harry Virgil Herndon Sheffield. Ala. George Norcross Irvine, Jr. . . McCamey, Texas Frank Gus Kumpurls Little Rock, Ark. Henry Millard Lee El Paso, Texas Moe Lerman Spring Valley, N. Y. Geoffrey Matthews Martin . . New York, N. Y. Harold Holllngsworth Morris, Jr. . Villanova, Pa. Claude Maurice Pasquier, Jr. . . Shreveport, La. Marcel Patterson Rotan, Texas Ramberto Antonio Perez RIbie . . . Ponce, P. R. FRESHMEN Roger Baker Fuson Hazard, Ky. Mario Augusto Gamboa-Vega . San Jose, C. R. John Keller Griffith, Jr Slidell, La. Marldel Saunders Hack .... New Orleans. La. Jesse Lowe Henderson Grenada. Miss. Frank West Hudglns Lubbock, Texas Charles Harris Hunt, Jr Bisbee, Ariz. Shepard Jerome San Juan, P. R. Albert Carter Kimbriel Drew, Miss. Mariorie Therese Kister .... New Orleans, La. David Winder Labouisse .... New Orleans. La. Edmund Lawrence Leckert, Jr. . New Orleans, La. Melvln Ross McCaskill Little Rock, Ark. Andrew Smoak Marshall Lakeland, Fla. James Allen Meadows, Jr. . . . Birmingham, Ala. Joseph Richard Mighell. Ill ... Mobile. Ala. Bernard Maurice Schnur Trenton. N, J, Rosser Joseph Stroble, Jr Covington, La. Pedro Agustin Suau Perez .... San Juan, P. R. Edwin Cornelius Sweeney Paris, Ky. Victor Emmanuel Tedesco . . . New Orleans, La. Henry Harding Tift Tlfton, Ga. Johnson Lee Turnage Lake, Miss. William Beverly Virgin .... Montgomery, Ala. Joe Woodward Ward .... Popular Bluff, Mo. HInton Wright Waters, Jr Opp, Ala. Zephaniah Branch Welngart, Jr. . . Leompte, La. Julian Wiener Canton, Miss. Claude Henry Workman, Jr. . . McCormlck, S. C. Morton Moses Ziskind New York, N. Y. James Willis Pope Ducette, Texas John Garth Riddler Fort Smith, Ark. Charles Henry Savage, Jr Crichton, Ala. Howel William Slaughter , , . New Orleans, La. Dennis William Sullivan, Jr. . Los Angeles, Calif. James Knox Tate Bolivar, Tenn. Samuel Adams Trufant, 111 . , New Orleans, La. John Gill Wafer, Jr Shreveport, La. Harry Hart Wagenheim Pensacola, Fla. John Henry Waters Lowell, Ariz. Herbert Mitchell Webb, Jr. . . . Lakeland. Fla. Thomas St. Germain Whitecloud . Covington, La. Roy Young Port Arthur, Texas Rafael Nieto Gomez .... Celaya, Gto. Mexico Gorden Nix Opp, Ala. Jose Luis Orllch San Ramon, C. R. Albert Berchams Pavy, Jr. . . . Opelousas, La.. Robert Shelly Picard Shreveport, La. Charles Adrian Rich Gulfport, Miss. Edwin Ruthven Shapard, Jr. , . . Muskogee, Okla. Irving Sheen . . ., Brooklyn, N. Y. Charles Wicker Sherman . . , Montgomery, Ala. Robert Craft Smith New Orleans, La. Gordon Emil Sioleau Ville Platte, La. Ourward John Thibodaux, Jr. , . New Orleans, La. August Baldwin Turner Atlanta, Ga. John Farrell Whitman .... Steubenfille, Ohio McMurry Wllkins, Jr Greenville, S. C. [ UiUl [ r ' ' i 1 ' , , ' i: ' . : ■■f ; ■ x.-f- r- ' ' !■ , ' ' v.: " ' JB ' i . " ' ' ' ■ -i ! : i %: :y ' ■:; f ? : ' X: ;j: ; A,-. .-v. -V


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