Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA)

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nlne te£m hduuir l du o THE a mJ)ul£u 1 9 4 2 WILLIAM H. WALLACE III • EDITOR • • JAY WEIL, JR. • HUSIIVESS MANAGER fei„»- ■ ' - ;i». HOME OF THE ENGIN EERIIVG SCHDDL HE EDITOR AND THE STAFF OF NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-TWO PRESENT THE F R T Y - S E V E N T H EDITION OF THE , A RECORD OF EVENTS DURING THE YEAR AT TULANE UNIVERSITY, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. WE PRAISE THEE FDR THY PJl S T, D ALMA MATER! THY HANH HATH HONE ITS WDRK FULL FAITHFULLY! THE INCEIVSE OF THY SPIRIT HATH A S C E IV H E H AlVn FILLEH AMERICA FROM SEA TO SEA! ( GIBSON HALL D D I A DEAIV JAMES M. ROBERT I IV Td Dean James M. Robert — ranking Dean of the University — we proudly dedicate ttiis volume. A native son of Tulane, the Dean of the College of Engineering is admired and beloved by student and colleague alike. Endowed with a broad human understanding and a keen interest in each of his students, he has been and will be an inspiration to all of us who know him. - ' - J- - ' - I I %.,,r.- mm NEWCDMB HALL WE PRAISE THEE FDR THY PRESENT, D ALMA MATER! TODAY THY CHILDREN LDDK TO THEE FDR AHEAD! THDU LEADEST THEM TD DREAMS AND ACTIONS SPLENDID! THE HUNGER OF THEIR SOUL IS RICHLY FED! WE PRAISE THEE FDR THY FUTURE, D ALMA MATER! THE VISTA OF ITS GIDRY GLEAMETH FAR! WE EVER SHALL HE PART OF THEE, GREAT MOTHER THERE THOU WILT RE WHERE E ' ER THY CHILHREN ARE! STUDENT CENTER E WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER: THAT THE SCHOOL YEAR OF 1941-1942 BROUGHT US BOTH JOY ANB SORROW; THAT WAR WAS BECLAREB; ANB THAT A CAMPUS, LESSENEB BY THOSE WHO ElVTEREB THE ARMEB SERVICES WAS PUZZLEB AS TB THE STATUS OF THOSE WHO REMAmEB. MB WILL ALWAYS REMEMRER THAT ALL BF THE BEPARTMENTS BECIBEB TB BPERATE BN A YEAR RDUNB BASIS; THAT THE CBLLEGE BF ARTS ANB SCIENCES AMBUNCEB A NEW GRABING SYSTEM; ANB THAT THE ACTIVITY INCREASEB AS STUBENTS ASKEB FBR BEFERMENT BR INQUIREB ABBUT V-7 ANB BVS COURSES. E WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT THE NEWCDMB COLLEGE GIRLS WEMT ALL-OUT FOR PATRIOTISM HY AN MEIVDIIVG SESSIDRf OF KNITTING FOR THE REH CROSS; AND THAT THE TULANE NAVAL UNIT GRADUATEH ITS FIRST CLASS OF RE- SERVE HFFICERS. mMm WILL ALWAYS REMEMRER THAT AN UP AND DOWN FOOTDALL TEAM PRODUCED SOME OF THE MOST SPECTACULAR PLAY EVER SEEN IN TULANE STADIUM; AND THAT THE OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE OF ERNIE BLANDIN PROVED HUVI TO BE AN ALL-AMERICAN TACKLE. E WILL ALWAYS REMEMRER THAT THE BEAUTIFUL NORMAN MAYER MEMORIAL BUILDING, ROUS- IIVG THE COLLEGE DP CflMMEflCE AlVD BUSINESS ADMIIVISTMTIDIV, WAS COM PLETED AND DEDICATED; THAT INEDHMAL PARTIES WERE INITIATED AS UNI- VERSITY FUNCTIDNS; AND THAT THE ENTIRE UNIVERSITY TOOK PART IN THE PROGRAM FDR NATIONAL DEFENSE IN SUCH A MANNER THAT IT DID NOT LOSE STEP WITH ITS ORIGINAL PURPOSE. f tJ c 5f E PAUSE TO PAY TRIHUTE TO THOSE MEMRERS OF THE UNIVERSITY WHO WILL NOT SEE THIS EDITION OF THE JAMRALAYA: DR. RRANDT VAN RLARCOM DIXON, PROFESSOR HAL W. MOSELEY, DR. RAYMOND FREAS. ! THIS SECTION CONTAINS THE AHMINISTHATIVE OFFICERS OF THE FACULTY, THE OFFICERS OF THE STUHENT GOVERNING RODIES, AND THE STAFFS OF THE STUDENT ACTIVITIES -ALL OF WDICH COMES UNDER THE HEAH } Y SoldwiimyiA aUoTl it f.. his year has seen our entry into the war which I believe most of the think- ing people felt eventually would be upon us. While at first it brought confusion in our minds and in our responsibilities, our courses soon were set. The great change in the plan of the university as a consequence has been the inauguration of the twelve- month program, designed to shorten your college life. The purpose of this shortening program is not to give degrees to soldiers. I do not believe the bachelor ' s degree will materially change the effectiveness of our army. Our purpose is to more immediately supply the nation with young persons having educational background and technical knowledge necessary in the increasingly difficult and greatly augmented work of war, government, business and industry. For the individual it is to enable him to complete his education before it may be interrupted by experiences which may bereft him of the ability to study or to learn by study, or before other duties and responsibilities of life demand him. I do not believe that we must sacrifice education to win the war. It is one of the most important objects of the war. It is one of the best defenses of the country. But when war is declared longrun activities must be changed to meet the immediate emergencies. Education fundamentally is a long-run activity. It now must endure a temporary change in function. What the country immediately must have is vocational training and applied science in front of liberal arts and pure research. We may hope that the war will not be so severe as to require our complete transformation, that is of our faculty and students into soldiers, our campus into drill grounds, and our buildings into barracks. But we know that if necessity demands any or all such activities, they will come to pass. Total war may mean the total extinction, for a time at least, of Tulane University. I say this as bluntly as possible not because I think necessarily that it will happen, but because I consider it important that we understand that the setting of our work has changed. I hope this book may record the changing aspect of the University ' s life in a manner that will preserve as much as is possible the brighter and happier moments of the year. RUFUS C. HARRIS. R U F US C A H R D L L T d¥ eTaHR I S ADMINISTRATION LESLIE J. BUCHAN Dean, College of Commerce DR. ELIZABETH WISNER Dean, School of Social Work DR. J. ADAIR LYON Chairman, Courses for Teachers DR. PAUL W. BROSMAN Dean, College of Law DR. MARTEN TEN H O O R Dean, College of Arts and Sciences O icet sr V. S at4 DN I ESMOND PHELPS, A.B., LL.B President CHARLES ROSEN, A.B., LL.B ? ' " Vice-President ERNEST LEE JAHNCKE, B.E Second Vice-President MARCUS JOHNS MAGRUDER, M D. SAMUEL ZEMURRAY FLORENCE DYMOND, AB. JULES BLANC MONROE, A.B., LL.B. GEORGE ELLIOTT WILLIAMS, B.E. 5. 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. SAMUEL ALBERT LeBLANC, LL.B. LAWRENCE ANDR6 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 t22] Ctu feHt ADMINISTRATION ) 7he STUDENT CDUNCIL ROBERT BALL President of the College of KENNETH HIGGINS President of the College of Law PETER MANDICH President of the College of Arts and Sciences LOUISE NELSON President of Newcomb College LEONARD STERN President of the College of Commerce The Student Council at work. The Tulane Student Council Is composed of the presidents of the various colleges of the university. Along with Kendall Cram, the Grad- uate Manager of Student Activities, they plan the activities program for the students. The members of this year ' s Council are: James Ewin, President, Engineering; Peter Mandich, KENDALL H. CRAM Graduate Manager of Student Activities ANN PENDERSAST Secretary to the Graduate Manager Vice-President, Arts and Sciences; Kenneth Students, and also seemed to have done a very Higqins, Law; Robert Ball, Medicine; Leonard good job at it. Stern, Commerce; and Louise Nelson, Newcomb. Highest honor to a council member seems to Such a busy and peppy group seemed to have be the success of getting a date with the New- time to revise the Constitution of The Associated comb Council membc r for their annual banquet. [23] NEWCDMB OFFICERS LaREINE GLADDEN, ' 42 President ELSIE FIELD, ' 42 Vice-President EVA DOUGLAS, 43 Secretary BETTY BEYER, ' 42 Senior Representative EVA DOUGLAS, ' 43 Junior Representative ELSIE FIELD, ' 42 Senior Representative JERRY LIDDELL, ' 44 Sophomore Representative MILDRED MURRAY, ' 42 Senior Representative JULIE SAUNDERS. ' 43 Junior Representative MEMBERS MARY CAHAL, ' 42 CATHERINE CLARK, ' 42 LaREINE GLADDEN, ' 42 NITA KIDD, ' 43 LOUISE NELSON, ' 42 ELLEONORA PERRILLIAT, ' 44 PAT STITES. ' 42 LOUISE TRIMBLE, ' 42 First Row: Stites, Field. Gladden. Trimble. Cahal. Second Row: Kidd, Saunders. Clarke. Beyer, Nelson. Liddell. Murray. Third Row: Perllliat, Labry. Douglas. ( e i4eHt STUDENT GOVERNMENT First Row: Martin, Terzia, Mehaffy, Trimble, Per- Lee, Andrews, Loeb. Second Row: Williams, Cunningham, Cash, Crane, Palmer, Line, Huddleston, Shepherd, Simmons. NEWCDMB Purpose: To develop an effilcent system of self-government in all matters relating to the conduct of the members individually and as a social group. OFFICERS LOUISE TRIMBLE President MARY MAHAFFY Warren House President LILLIAN PALMER Doris Hall President MILDRED SIMMONS Secretary JEAN TERZIA East Wing President, Josephine Louise House JANE PER-LEE West Wing President, Josephine Louise House MEMBERS MARY LLOYD ANDREWS, ' 42 Josephine Louise House FRANCES CASH, ' 43 Warren House ANN CRANE, ' 44 Josephine Louise House JOYCE CUNNINGHAM, ' 44 - Warren House MARION HOPKINS, ' 44 Josephine Louise House ANNE KEENEY, ' 43 Warren House HARRIET LINE, ' 43 Doris Hall CAROLYN LOEB, 42 . . Josephine Louise House SHIRLEY MARTIN, ' 42 Josephine Louise House MARY SHEPHERD, ' 43 Josephine Louise House KATHRYN SIMMONS, ' 44 Josephine Louise House MARGARET ANN WILLIAMS, ' 43 Josephine Louise House JEAN YOUNG, ' 44 Caroline Richardson House [27] tf • . ' ' .. 3. ' fU- i First Row; Trimble, Field, Strahan, Nelson, Smith, Douglas, Hoffman. Second Row: Ginsberg, Ecuyer, Beyer, Robbert, Marion, Catial, Feldman, Vincent, Gunn, Gladden. Third Row: Hochendel, Kidd. Perrilliat, Wineman, Watson. To perform all functions of the Student Body. To form a basis for coopera- tion between faculty and students. STUDENT GDVERNMEIVT ASSDCIATIDIV LOUISE NELSON MARY SUE STRAHAN BETTY BEYER CATHERINE CLARKE CELESTE DOUGLAS ELSIE FIELD JANICE GINSBERG [28] OFFICERS PHYLLIS WATSON MABEL HOCHENDEL MOONYEEN MARION MEMBERS NELLIE MAE GUNN BETTY HARRIS HARRIET HEILDER NITA KIDD LaREINE GLADDEN LOUISE TRIMBLE ELLEONORA PERRILLIAT EDITH SMITH PAT STITES NORINNE VINCENT MARY WINEMAN Superseding the defunct " Cotillion Club, " the Lagniappes reigned this year as the campus dance organization. Composed of representatives from the organizations of good repute on the campus, it has functioned surprisingly well under the guiding hand of " Nap " Terkuhle, present plenipotentary. Their main and only presentation of the first semester was the hlomecoming Dance at which Nick Stuart, the man with the band from Movieland, rendered the music. The dance was a pip, a howling success. Again in April they surprised the stu- dent body with a name band in the person of one Charles Spivak. He brought his orchestra along, and the dance was another tremendous success. The Lagniappes have done well by themselves in their first year of existence. Next year — who knows? Maybe we ' ll be dancing in Tokyo at a Lagniappes shindig. ia niappe First Row: Parker, Ecuyer, Terkuhle, Beyer. Second Row: Schnei dau, Stites, Gladden, Bernard, T., Trimble, Ber- nard, P. tuifent CENTER COUNCIL The most industrious of the councils these days is the Student Center Council. They plan something every day and night during the year just for us poor little students. From coffee and doughnuts to the most formal teas, from getting you a date to giving you a place to bring the one you already have, from learning the conga to learning classical music, and from doing a square dance to getting " hep to that step " at a formal dance all comes from the work and planning of this busy little group of " beavers. " The Student Center Council has done the very best this year — gotten the students to the Student Center. BEA FIELD Advisor Seated: Rault, Marion. Wakeman. Wait. Field. Hopkins, Heinemann. Spencer. Standing: Grain, Ford. Murray. Stiles. standing; Robert Cole. Leonard Stern, Warren Stern, Bill Wallace, Theodore Thompson, Walter Thompson. Seated: Jav Weil, Bill Wait, Jim Ewin. The Publications Board is the middleman in Tulane Student publica- tions. It is composed of the largest number of activities bosses in any student organization, except the all-high Student Council. The members that can " yea " and " nay " are the Editor and Business Man- ager of the " hHullabaloo, " the Editor and Business Manager of the " Jambalaya, " two representatives from the student body who are class presidents, and two members of the Student Council. The Chairman of the Board is the President of the Student Council. When this solemn body needs suggestions, it looks to Mr. Simmons and Mr. Cram for able response. One of the most responsible jobs on the campus is performed by this illustrious group when they elect the Editors and Business Managers for both the " Hullabaloo " and " Jamabalaya. " KENDALL CRAM GEORGE E. SIMMONS ■ jKSfi 1 HKt mm 1 M tm )gesst Vr L m If 1 i i . ' ' 5 H m A. M HI lu V PuUicathH BOARD ROBERT ELSASSER [311 iitantni Homecoming Queen Louise Nelson receives Alumni congratulations. The Alumni Association of Tulane is a national organization which has become a salient factor in the progress of one of the South ' s oldest and greatest universities. Through it each alumnus is given an opportunity to serve and assist in the progress of the university. The officers and members of the executive committee are elected from the local clubs which are in widely separated parts of the United States, but the central office is located on the campus at the Student Center, gift of the alumni to the university. The Alumni Association has recently reorganized its class agent system, which now gives representation to each class in each college. The system will be permanent, and the agents will serve in whatever capacity the exigency of the university demancis. Under this new system, former class- mates who have drifted apart will become reacguainted. This is another step in the great growth of the Tulane Alumni Association. Lester J. Lautenschlaeger, Richard Baumbach, Leonard E. Gessner, Frank S. Cannon. President Harris and two alumni. Kendall H. Cram, Director. li A D I A I D N 3 OFFICERS COLONEL EDWARD S. BRES President LEONARD E. GESSNER Vice-President DR. JAMES M. MASON ' Vice-President FRANK S. CANNON Vice-President LESTER J. LAUTENSCHLAESER Secretary RICHARD O. BAUMBACH Treasurer KENDALL H. CRAM Director EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Arts and Sciences: L. A. DinHns, A. Newcomb: Mrs. H. M. Butler, Miss W. CInapman, F. C. Payne. Rochelle Sachet, Mrs. G. E. Gillis, Jr. Engineering: VV. J. Arr,oss, D. V. c " PT f t ' T " ' u ' c ' k. ' j " c S ' Freret, T. B. Smith. Evans, L. T. Kuhner, H. E. Meade, S. B. I 1 D Schwartz, E. C. Villere. Commerce: E. C Upton, Jr J. B. Representatives of Alumni Clubs: La- McDan.eL Jr., H. A. Monroe, Jr. p , j j McHugh, S. S. Blue, Law: M. F. Cleveland, B. D. Mintz, Dr. O. W. Moss, Dr. J. B. Harris, Dr. R. E. Brumby. V . L. Bendel, F. C. Payne, F. S. Cannon, ., J. . -- _ _ l|. _ Dr. F. C. Wilson, Dr. J. L. Taylor, Dr. Medicine: Dr. C to. Colnns, Dr. J. to. i i i j ii ■ n u u c -iu n t ,. .,, r I D TL • X I J. H. Watkms, Dr. H. H. Smith, Dr. T. Menville, Dr. J. K. Iheriot, Jr. a -r i i t ». i ■ r A. Tumbleson, Dr. J. G. McLaunn, Dr. Graduate: B. W, Yancey, J. L. Ebaugh, G. H. Beavers, Jr., Dr. C. I. Shult, Henry D. W. Godat. Menge, S. G. Vigo, C. M. Carre. t 1 COLONEL EDWARD S. BRES. President The Alumni letterman escort the Homecoming Court. 7ke Walter and Theodore Thompson, Co-Editors-In-Chief. In years past the Tulane Hullabaloo has been a rather snnall, not too well read campus something that the stu- dents had to pay for at registration time and so received whether they wanted it or not. This year it has been a noticeable fact that the hHulla- baloo has at least been read, willingly, by almost the entire student body. Newcomb subscriptions reached a new peak. Several Installments of a controversial subject at the beginning of the year might have had its Influence on the number of students who read the rag. There was the little GIpson Incident, which aroused the student body and others, and then we were entertained and enlight- ened over a period of weeks by the amazing Mr. Monroe who breezed down the highway and almost disappeared in the cloud of dirt and dust he raised. We were amused at the outset at the Thompson boys. FORD HALL, Associate Editor Teddy and Walt, who announced they would attempt to clean campus politics from the pages of the student publication, and to do whatever they could to otherwise clean up the campus, thereby gaining for themselves the nomer, " GOLD-DUST " twins. It was with quite some sur- prise that we learned they did get the Stop signs com- muted to Danger zones and other small but rankling subjects attended to. We all were grateful to the Thompsons for their con- scientious minimizing of trivial Law School data, a matter which was greatly exaggerated by some of the past edi- tors of the Hulla. Twaddler was cut from a rugged listing of " What Jerk was seen smooching in a new Pontiac in the park with what little Dorm gal? ' , to a new high in editorial-page hfulla conduct, notably the frequent absence of Twad and the substitution of student opinion trivial and sometimes national editorial matter. New makeup and layout of the paper added to Its readability this year, type and makeup changed greatly from the old hlulla. Art layouts were Instituted this year for the first time, with Jeanet Steckler of the Newcomb Art School as Layout manager. Warren Stern, Super Business Manager, has done things In the selling line too, and he Is pushing on to record-breaking ad business for the weekly. Altogether the Tulane Hullabaloo this year has come a long way over the small and unattractive papers of past years. The goal of the Hullabaloo will have almost been reached, when, sometime in the future, the paper will have a full-time staff and a press of its own on the campus. HULLABALOO . " Biw« - S WP iSMi ,- •; ' ■ jfesf -.-, . .. till 0 m a r l!J 111 i i II j i iilllllil 1 «i A TULANE STAFF NEWCOMB STAFF EDITORIAL STAFF WALTER THOMPSON Co-Editor-in-Chief THEODORE THOMPSON Co-Editor-in-Chief FORD HALL Associate Editor JANICE GINSBERG Newcomb Editor JULIAN FRERET Sports Editor ADRIAN GWIN Feature Editor NICK CARIDAS Campus Editor ELEANOR CROUCH Desk Editor BILL MINOR Assistant Editor GLORIA MONNINGER Desk Editor RICHARD HODES Assistant Sports Editor KAY BRASH Assistant Newcomb Editor LUBA BERSADSKY Assistant Feature Editor LIBBIE SEAVER Society Editor ARTHUR BOHMFALK ... Staff Cartoonist BUSINESS STAFF WARREN L. STERN Business Manager CHARLES CIPOLLA Assistant to the Business Manager CHARLES MAGINNIS Circulation Manager JEANET STECKLER Art Director EVALYN STOLAROFF Art Assistant MARY CAHAL Art Assistant JANICE GINSBERG, Newcomb Editor HELEN McGLASHEN Art Assistant LEONARD KING Advertising Salesman MERVIN COHEN Advertising Salesman JAMES OVIATT Advertising Salesman CHARLES HERRICK Advertising Salesman ill iiitw 194Z EDITORIAL STAFF WILLIAM H. WALLACE Editor-in-Chief JAMES H. FORTSON Associate Editor ROBERT L PARKER, JR Assistant Editor PAUL POTTHARST Feature Editor WILLIAM C. OWEN Activities Editor JACK McMillan Sports Editor LAWRENCE ZERINGER Organizations Editor WILLIAM MENGE Fraternities Editor JAY FANZ Class Editor PERRY L. BROWN Staff Photographer IRWIN ISAACS Staff Photographer ROBERT POTTS Staff Photographer NEWCOMB EDITH SMITH Editor MOONYEEN MARION Assistant Editor STAFF CAPPY SAUNDERS Campus Editor SYLVIA CHARBONNET Campus Editor PAT DILLON Campus Editor JINX BRES Campus Editor CONNIE GRANGER Campus Editor BARBARA SANCHEZ Campus Editor ALICE SCHOENHARDT Campus Editor BUSINESS STAFF JAY WEIL, JR Business Manager CHARLES DONNAUD Assistant JACK ROBINSON Assistant JAMES H. FORTSON Associate Editor EDWARD MARTIN Assistant C. A. EM LING Assistant NEWCOMB JANE SANDOZ Business Manager CONNIE CLAVERIE Assistant Business Manager WILLIAM H. WALLACE, III Edi+or-in-Chief We have tried to give you a true picture of this college year, and have had a lot of fun In pre- paring It. We hope that you will take the al- leged hunnor with a laugh because we want to make this volume readable for times like these. ROBERT L. PARKER, JR., Assistant Editor EDITH SMITH, Newcomb Editor JANE SANDOZ, Newcomb Business Manager A DIARY FDR THE CDLLEGIANS AT TULAIVE 1 JAY WEIL, JR., Business Manager u. s. COMMISSIONED OFFICERS S + a nd in g : Lleufenant-Commander Eaves, Commander Brittain, Captain Merrill, Lieutenant-Commander Wright, Lieutenant Wintle, Lieutenant Lucas. Kneeling: Chief Quartermas- ter Farrell, Chief Yoeman Webb, Chief Yoeman Woods, Chief Gunner ' s Mate Bernhardt. H Company Commander Lieut. V. M. Wheeler, Company Sub-Commander Lieut, (ig) R. M. Cole, Company Chief Petty Officer W. S. Goldman, Guidon Bearer Second Petty Officer H. EarL FIRST PLATOON: Platoon Commander, Lieut, (jg) W. S. Howson, Platoon First P. O. T. C. Hall, Platoon Second P. O. Pratt. First Squad: Squad P. O. 3rd. P. O., C. J. Ellis, J. Browne, Adams, D. R. Wellford, D. D. Davis, St. Clair, R. A. Murphy, Matthew, Donnaud, Second Squad: Squad P. O. 4th P. O., J. Perez, B. Owen, Joyner, L. F. Murphy, Rosman, Eason, Simpson, Trautman, Stahl. Third Squad: Squad P. O. 4th P. O., McAfee, Wicker, A. Moore, Lob, J. A. Fitzgerald, Lorlo, Kostmayer, de Simonin, E. J. Taylor. Fourth Squad: Squad P. O. 4th P. O., Burleson, Andry, Ramos, Gibert, BIythe, Brittain, Duvic, Webb. First Platoon. NAVY R. O. 7. C The entry of our country into war coincides with the graduation of the first class from the Naval R. O. T. C. At the end of this school year the forty nnembers of the senior class will divide and see service on all of the seven seas, each one contributing his share to the gigantic war output of the nation, and each one retaining within himself a small part of the " esprit d ' corps " which has developed so strongly within the members of the Tulane Naval R. O. T. C. This past year has also seen the unit reach its full capacity of two hundred and seventy-five students — a long way from the class of seventy-six of four years ago. The summer activities of this year were highlighted by a three-week training " cruise " to the Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi. The Battalion marched on the football field as part of the hHomecomIng ceremonies, and later, by invitation, marched in the Sugar Bowl. After the graduation of this year, the remaining classes are looking forward to the training period this summer, plans for which are now indefinite. CAPTAIN A. S. MERRILL COMPANY SECOND PLATOON: Platoon Commander Ensign B. Baird, Platoon First P. O., E. P. Johnson, Platoon Second P. O., C. J. Bloom. First Squad: Squad P. O. 3rd P. O., Brlgnac, Casserleigh, Ellis, Ward, Johns, Ewin, Ohmer, Harvey, Ryniker. Second Squad: Squad P. O. 4th P. O., Minor, Krieger, Attenhofer, Turchln, h ayde , H. S. Hall, Collins, J. J. Manson, Schwartz, W, P. Brown, Third Squad: Squad P. O. 4th P. C, Adey, C. O. Perez. Gulllot, West, Rooney, Bannister, Amann. Pagan, Logan, Herrlck. Fourth Squad: Squad P. O. 4th P. O.. Mossy, Darton, Wakeman, Heehs, Primos, Sanford, McConnell, Pennebaicer, Hunter. Second Platoon. — • i = 1 i l ! : 1 .t. THE SECOND Company Commander Lieut. Reuter, Sub-Company Com- mander Lieut, (jg) Frederickson, Company P. O., C. P. O.. J. M. Jennings, Jr., Guidon Bearer Second Petty Officer S. F. Perrin. FIRST PLATOON: Platoon Commander, Lieut, (jg) Fitz- gerald, Platoon P. O. 1st P. O., Vanzant; Right Guide, 2nd P. O., Riviere. First Squad: Squad P. C, 3rd P. C, Demerest; Asst. Squad Leader, Bernhardt; Simoneaux, King, Gottschall, Stan- cliff, Graham, Martin, Nyman. Second Squad: Squad P. 0„ 4th P. O., Bagot; Assistant Squad Leader McCarthy, Ferguson, Suhren, M. J. Stouse, Jr., H. K. Murray, Bres, W. M, Ellis, Jensen. Third Squad: Squad P. O. 4th P. C, B. W. Dart: Assistant Squad Leader Dillon, Crouch, Batty, Barnes, Gaienne, W. hi. Shepard, Wimberly, Bland. Fourth Squad: Squad P. O. 4th P. O., Bienvenu; Assistant Squad Leader W. D. Maginnis, Allen, McLellan, Eddy, Wright, G. W. Pigman, Jr., Daniel, Levingston. First Platoon. BATTALION STAFF Lieutenant A. L. Plauche, Lieutenant (jg) Conrad Meyer, Battalion Commander, Lieutenant Commander W. D. Shepard, Ensign B. A. Greham. Chief Petty Officer S. K. Manson. COMPANY SECOND PLATOON: Ensign Evans, 1st P. O. Alexander, 2nd P. O. O ' Connor. First Squad: Squad P. O. 3rd P. C, Barnard, Pignnan, Pastorek, Miller, Nolan, Beck, R. C. Smith, Rand, McFaul. Second Squad: Squad P. O. 4th P. O., Roberts, Fischer, Carraway. Simmons, W. G. Anderson, Hancock, Williamson, E. T. Jennings, T. Bernard, Ferine. Second Platoon. Third Squad: Squad P. O. 4th P. O. Pardum, Kevlin, O. V. LeBlanc, Thomas, Barna, J. D. Brown, Grillot, R. P. Cromwell, Bate. Fourth Squad: Squad P. O. 4th P. O. McLeod, E. McMillan, O. J. McMillan, Stuart. Allee, Jacobsen, Pritchard, Foss. Labarre. 1 : ' .-1 ;■ ' 1 ! ; ,i ' . ! : ; • - ' i i H - ■— i — , Z7- s -.10 tj£| • ' 1 " ' ' " r r--, ' -•• ' - i!i • •• " --- ;: ' : • " • t- fcAi.: " ' ' DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS Commander Lieutenant (ig) J. W. Davis, Corps First P. O., E. D. Moseley, Corps Second P. O., A. B. McCoard. CORPS Herrick, Swayne, Levy, Downey, R. E. LeBlance, Schumann, Corales, Conncll, Kidd, Prassinos, Bate, Bush, Bond, Charlstrom, Lill, Douglas, Witcher. WITH THE DRUMS. THE T H THIRD Company Commander, Lieut. D. E. Crais; Sub-Company Commander (jg) F. A. Skellie; Company P. O., C. P. O., L. L. Robein: Company Guidon Bearer, 2nd P. O. Schupp. FIRST PLATOON: Platoon Commander Lieut, (jg) Peter- son; Platoon P. O. 1st P. O., Dufour; Platoon Right Guide 2nd P. O., Willis. First Squad: Squad P. O. 3rd P. O., C. F. Maginnis; Assistant Squad Leader Wellford, Maund, Fitzpatrick, Pravel, Sellers, Landwehr, Cragon. Second Squad: Squad P. O. 4th P. O., Daubert; Assistant Squad Leader, Garbark, W. J. Murray, W. C. Murphy, Ranna, Rowland, Bruno, Baccich, M. R. Stouse. Third Squad: Squad P. O. 4th P. O., N. C. Cromwell; Assistant Squad Leader Partridge, Heausler, Pursell, Lacher, Dart, Parpal, Tessier, Koltun. Fourth Squad: Squad P. O. 4th P. C, Peters; Assistant Squad Leader McLane, Perkowski, Marshall, Sherburne, Kimzey, M. J. Duvic, Ziegler, Thrash. FIRST PLATOON rxrc COLOR GUARD irst P. O., McCampbell; Second P. O., J. F. Latham; lird P. O., J. J. Desmond; Fourth P. O., C. W. Frank. m Mm • • • • ■ .- - • . • -, ) ' f »« y , •• - l! il »J RIFLE TEAM FLAG, AND THE RIFLE M N Y SECOND PLATOON: Ensign, Sabrio; 1st P. 0„ Grush; 2nd P. 0„ Boulet. First Squad: 3rd P. C, Parker; Assistant Squad Leader, Hansen; Zeringer, Fant, Cucullu, Beatty, Hoppmeyer, Woods, Creger. Second Squad: 4th ' ' . O., Parkerson; Assistant Squad Leader, Caire; Cryer, Coate, Mabry, Clerc, Ibele, Tangue, Wakefield, R. C. Perry. Third Squad: 4th P. C, Kleck; Assistant Squad Leader, Kahao; Cannpbell, Crayson, Leonhardt, T. R. Swayze, Trufanf, Rafferty, Williams. Fourfh Squad: 4th P. 0„ Anderson; Assistant Squad Leader, Boyd; Provensal. Brink, Harris, Reuther, Reboul, Keiler, Molse. Bradburn. SECOND PLATOON The Marching Band on parade at the half. Tjlane ' s sixty-five piece band, under the direction of John J. Morrissey, associate professor of music at the university, embarked on a program which — as it was fulfilled step by step — moved it nearer and nearer to its goal of becoming " the outstanding band in New Orleans. " Making the football team ' s business its business, the band faithfully worked all fall to keep up the spirit of the boys no matter what the fates brought. Branching out a bit from the regular procedure of parading at the games between the halves, the crack marching unit paraded with the Alabama and L. S. U. bands in downtown New Orleans on the eve of both of these games, and followed The Wave to Houston for the Rice game early in the season. Homecoming brought out the band in its first appearance of the season as a concert band rather than as a drilling unit — though later the band and Naval Unit put on an exhibition together. After the football season, the boys worked untiringly on the selections for their big event, the spring concert, and for a popular concert for the post-exam Campus Night show. The Concert Band, one of the reasons why the appreciation of good music has been more fully developed here this year. The four trombones give out at the " Pop " concert. Jiving at Campus NIte. DflCHESTHA JOHN J. MORRISSEY Director The Orchestra rehearses for their Spring Concert. The Tulane Symphony has as its primary purpose to provide musical enjoyment through participation to those members of the University who play an orchestral instrument. It is their further purpose to develop a notable organization which will present to their audiences programs of the highest musical standard. The orchestra has shown itself to be a very sincere and talented organ- ization, and has undertaken the very best in classical music this year. They gave a concert in collaboration with the Tulane-Newcomb Choral groups, and of course their own Annual Spring Concert. This group has done much in recent years to make the student body more conscious and more appreciative of the finer types of music. [46] OFFICERS MAYNARD KLEIN Director MISS DOROTHY PHILIPS Teacher of Strings MISS HELEN ENSER Teacher of Wood Winds and Brass MISS NELLIE MAE GUNN President ffeufcm ORCHESTRA MAYNARD KLEIN Director The Newcomb Orchestra is in reality a training group for the more advanced Tulane University Orchestra. Students of Newcomb College are afforded the opportunity to study the various orchestral instruments under the guidance of teachers from the New Orleans Symphony Or- chestra. Members of the Freshman Sightsinging Class of the Newcomb School of Music study the orchestral instruments as part of the course in sight- singing and ear training. Those members who are found capable of the work are taken as mem- bers for the Tulane University Orchestra. [»7; OFFICERS MAYNARD KLEIN Director CAREY ELLIS President LOUIS McFAUL Vice-President ALLEN BURLESON Librarian ARTHUR BOHMFALK Assistant Librarian MEMBERS George E. Allen Joe Armstrong Norman Aronson Tom Bernard J. F. Biggart Arthur Bohmfallc Robert Bond Pearce Bradburn Harold Bres Allen Burleson Ross Cahai Joe Calhoun Sunny Campbell Edward Comer Campbell Cooksey Sam Corenswet Miller Cragon Charles Creger N. C. Cromwell George Cunningham Stephen Dart Walter Doell Herman Duncan Robert Everett Carey Ellis Scott Goldman Warren Garfunlcel Rufus Harris John Homes Rodney C. Jung John F. Lathan James K. Lees John P. Lozes Paul McGlll Armand McHenry W. Leslie McLeod Louis McFaul Aubrey L. Moore James N. Quinn Paul Stuart Donald R. Wellford David A. Warriner i m V i ccifnl GLEE CLUB NORINNE VINCENT . MARGARET JOACHIM OFFICERS . . President HORTENSIA DEL MARMOL Vice-President MAYNARD KLEIN Secretary-Treasurer Director MEMBERS First Sopranos Peggie Baker Margaret Boston Margaret Brownson Betty Burns Betty Cadzow Betty Ann Caldwell Helen Clayton Alice Daly Marjorie Davis Dottle Eaves Shirley Eberle Jean Elbe Mary Rose Everest Sue Feld " Mary Jane Fly Dotsy Follett Jane Gottschall Kathryn Gould Mary Grabner Nellie Mae Gunn Rosemary Haas Jane Hackett Jennie Horn Lana Hummel Gloria Huttner Dottle Hyatt Rosemary Janssen Elsie Landry Dora Jane Ledge rwood Lorraine Lennox Nina Many Marie Marquer Grace Murphy Georgia Myers H azel Oliver Etta -Mae Palmlsano Christin Paris Eleanor Porter Betty Regensteln Anna Marie Roy Barbara Sanchez Caryl Schmer Elaine Schneider Janet Sllberberg Virginia Smart Jane Shields Pat Sporborg Ann Springer Phyllis Stone Taylor Pat Tobin Margaret Anne Trenchard Marion Tucker Hilda Mary Voss Marion Wetzel Dottle Wood Shirley Wlederecht Claire Zander Mary Ann Zarilli Second Sopranos Mary Alpaugh Jane Alwes Eudora Baessler Ruth Bannister Betty Beyer Beverly BIsso Jean Bonner Sally Brooks Virginia Brownson Jane Buchanan Patty Burk Mariorie Burt Lucy Byrne Grace Charbonnet Charlotte Clarke Gloria Colle Ann Craig Marlon Dear lone Drackett Dorothy Dyke Dorothy Ecuyer Ercell Anita Elrod Phoebe Evans Josephine Faust Margaret Fitzsimmons ' Helen Flowers Barbara Fulton Annabelle Galle Ruth Gottesman Carolyn Graham Susan Greer Mary Guest Margaret Harris Violet Heil Lucretia Herrara Kay Hodnett Mary Hom Louise Horn Charleen Hutson Margaret Joachim Jane Johnson Aurora Karrer Eleanor Kidd Mary Knight Katherlne La Cour Ethelyn Lenfant Elaine Leverich Myrl Lenfant Emily Lipper tna Claire Madden Beth Martin Marilyn Miller Anne Moore Norris Mary Murphy Rosemary MuHer Delia O ' Shee Elleonora Perrilliat Louise Peterman Mary E. Post Ruth Rosen Betty Scott Cherrie Smith Helen Steele Tiny Umbach Carol Vanderburq Miriam Viosca Norrlne Vincent Betty Vorbusch Ruth Watts Shelby Werleln Dorothy Westover Lenore Williamson Olive Wise Alma Young Tl e Tulane THEATRE Romance in " Berkley Square. " Tense moment in " Outward Bound. ' Mixed emotions in " Jim Dandy. " MONROE LIPPMAN Director ADRIAN GWIN HEINZ THANNHAUSER , . Executive Secretory Technical Director Yvonne Anderson Doris Billingsley Ella Jane Blake Kay Brash Joan Brooks Anthony Bruno George E. Burgess, Jr. Mary Yvonne Cahal John Carnahan Don P. Claypool Connie Claverie Thomas W. Collens William Diffenderfer William J. Eckart Carter Ernst Jerry Fortson Janice Ginsberg Thomas S. Glass Jack Gordon Adrian S. Gwin Eve Heinemann Julia Herzfeld ACTIVE MEMBERS Marian Hopkins Iredell Jenkins Ed P. Jones, Jr. Lloyd Lacher Mary Leake Carol Lewis Audrey Liberman Ruth Lippman Monroe Lippman E. B. Little Carolyn Loeb George Manning Joy Mayer Arthur Meisel Julian Miester John J. Morrlssey Norris Murphy Frances Oden Jinx Peterson Shirley Pic Sylvia Pollock Ethelyn Schmidt Jane Shernnan Evalyn Rose Stolaroff Fred Skellle Sarah Wallace S. Rains Wallace William Wallace, III Margaret Watkins C. Perry Willis Mary Wlnemann Robert Woolley Betty Bartlett Winifred Behre Doris Berthelot Betty Beyer Dorothy Bonnett Estelle Brunila Norman Dinhoter Margaret Dowling Leonhard Dowty Lillian Durand Dorothy Dyke Aimee Fortson John Albert Garcia Edward Graff Mary Gray Gloria Huttner Irwin Isaacs Bob Kohn PROBATIONARY MEMBERS Jerry Liddell Jean Levy Marifrances Lowe Thomas Lupo Betty LyIe Barbara Mann Mabel McMurray Martha Mitchell Rebecca Muldrow Grace Murphy Alfred Partridge Betty Pope Helen Pope Shirley Rosenberg Jack Sail Hazel Schofleld Selma Schonbrun Magdelene Strumm Heinz Thannhauser Betty Treleaven Amelle Umbach David Verlander Dorothy Westover Dorothy White Phyllis Wilkins Emily Wood Comedy in " The Male Animal. Dr. Monroe Lippman, Director. With the completion of its fourth year, the University Theatre, under Dr. Monroe Lippman, achieved new heights in dramatic standards of quality at Tulane. " Berkeley Square, " a costume fantasy, proved so success- ful that the closing show of last season, the campus- comedy riot " The Male Animal, " was played three nights, inaugurating a new era in Tulane dramatics. A chapter of National Collegiate Players, honorary national dra- matic fraternity recognizing excellence In collegiate the- atre activity, was installed. This season the University Theatre ' s fifth, opened with " Outward Bound, " a fantasy. Following the policy of giving the best In drama, and making it available to the greatest number of students possible, the theatre decided to play four shows, three nights each. At this writing rehearsals are under way for William Saroyan ' s latest effort, " Jim Dandy, " to be pre- sented In January, followed by the Broadway comedy hit, " Mr. and Mrs. North, " in March. The University Theatre has maintained a non-political standing on the campus throughout its existence, work on two plays being the only requirement for membership. Members Include students from all colleges of the university, and many faculty members. [51] iii 1 First Row: John W. Anthony, J. W. Bean, T. O. Bell. J. N. Erwin, E. D. Finley, Ford W. Hall, G. B. M. Second Row: M. W. Monroe, B. K. Oppenheim, K. J. Saloom, M. I. Schwartzman, W. Stein, Jr., J. Wi A. Zengel. afthews. ilkinson, PHIL TRICE Business Manager THE LAW REVIEW The Tulane Law Review is a legal periodical, published quar- terly by the faculty and students of the College of Law. It is devoted to Civil Law, Comparative Law, and Statutory Inter- pretation. 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, a 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 dif- ferent 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 members of the Board, its pages are open to all contributions which meet its standards of scholarship, research and literary style. In addition 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 Quarterly, the Tulane Law Review has become recognized in the United States and abroad as a leading journal of Civil and Comparative Law. I The staff at work. PROFESSOR EUGENE NABORS Faculty Adviser 1 da " u... II • naaoa i I a n n D a - ' ' , . nx;a I ' l Bill Wait grills " Tearoom Murder " witness, Helen Charbonnet. First Column: P. L. Bernard, Jr., W. H. Bowman, S. J. Champagne, Jr., Wm. H. Church, K. D. Hig- gins. Second Column: 5. J. Keeper, P. C. Murphy, K. M. Roome, Wm. B. Wait, H. Worner, III. 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 competition 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 twelve ranking mem- bers 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 super- vise and administer the Competition. In the academic year I 940-41 , The Moot Court Competition was won by Pat F. Bass and Ford Reese. Their names were engraved on a marble plague In the College of Law Library. BOARD OF ADVISORS OFFICERS ROBERT J. FARLEY Faculty Adviser STEWART J. KEPPER Chairman WILLIAM H. CHURCH Secretary Peter L. Bernard, Jr. Patrick C. Murphy W. Hullin Bowman Kathlyn M. Roome George J. Champagne, Jr. William B. Wait William H. Church Henry Worner, III Kenneth S. Higgins Howard B. Gist, Jr. Stewart J. Kepper Theodore C. Thompson The MD DT COURT MR. ROBERT J. FARLEY The Cabinet. O. D. K. tapping ceremonies. . . . Cheerleaders at Campus Nite. . . . Klein leads the Glee Club in a new song at McAlister. THE Y.M.C.A. 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 that line, using powerful intensive service as the keynote of outstanding social action for the community. Of all of Tulane ' s organizations, none has ever offered a scope as broad and Inclusive as the cultural, educational, and service programs of the Tulane " Y. " Year after year, the finest of character-building training has been presented to hundreds of persons who have joined in the scheduled activities designed to create better feeling among the faculty, students, and the general public. Not a single student graduates from The Junior-Senior Division. EXECUTIVE CABINET PETER L. BERNARD, JR President ROBERT POLCHOW Vice-President BEN PETTY Secretary JOHN ROBERTS Treasurer VERBON F. GAY Executive Secretary KEN McWILLIAMS President, Junior-Senior " Y " JACK ROURKE President, Sophomore " Y " CHARLES HERRICK President, Freshman " Y " First Aid Class. Easter Sunrise Service. AT TULANE Tulane v ithout feeling at some time or another tlie surg- ing influence of the " Y. " Non-sectarian, the " Y " in- vites into its membership all students who are genuinely interested in the ethics and spiritual truth of the Chris- tian 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. The Sophomores. The Freshmen. GREENBACKERS Although fhe Greenbackers is one of the newer school- spirit organizations on the campus, it has done much to promote a higher spirited group of students. Constantly at work on some project, this little band of " Trojans " has prepared numerous parades and bonfires throughout the football season in order to instill in the participants for the Wave the fact that every student is rooting for them to play their best. After the football season was over, however, they did not stop but went into other fields. They have tried their hands at helping the Student Center Council with the " Saddle Shoe Stomps, " and have been a boon to this project. They are an ever-willing gang, and will pitch into anything that they think will help made Tulane a better place. [56] s t T. U. R. K. S. The Tulane Unitersity Rooters Klub is one of the honorary school-spirit organizations dedi- cated to foster that spirit which truly exemplifies the Tulanlan, and which seeks to bring together the student bodies of Tulane and Newcomb In order to organize the fervor of the rooters. They are noted for their card displays and work in conjunction with the Greenbackers in parades and bonfires. [57] THIS SECTION CDNTAINS THE SOCIAL MB MEDICAL GREEK LETTER LDHGES WITH A PICTORIAL AS WELL AS HUMOROUS (?) DESCRIPTION OF THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS FOR THE YEAR-ALL OF WHICH COMES UNDER THE HEAD OF i 1 ROBERT L PARKER, JR. Chairman and Treasurer T l ECI J r i ii B " ' This group of guys are the select from the eight- een fraternities on the campus and represent their various and peculiar (mostly this) lodges. They debate about the different problems con- nected with corraling the roust-abouts in said eighteen jobs with enough loops to please the boys and with enough finesse to please the human population. Their big achievement was the mak- ing and adopting of a constitution for them- selves. The debate for this was started at their founding on the campus. S. RAINS V ALLACE Faculty Advisor L60] TULANE PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL • OFFICERS: Dr. S. Rains Wallace, Faculty Adviser; Rob- ert L. Parker, Jr., Chairman and Treasurer; Douglas Gulley, Sec- retary. • MEMBERS, Alpha Pi Alpha: John J. Lewis, Senior; William B. Brown, Junior. Alpha Tau Omega: Frank Pennebaker, Senior; David Moore, Junior. Beta Theta Pi: Robert E. Flow- eree, Jr., Senior; Leon Trice, Jr., Junior. Delta Kappa Epsl- lon: Albert Terkuhle, Senior; Leiand Montgomery, Junior. Delta Sigma Phi: Harry Backes, Senior; Buddy Douglas, Junior. Delta Tau Delta: A. J. Nugon, Jr., Senior; Kim Brown, Junior. Kappa Alpha: Ben Lockett, Senior; Robert Leonhardt, Jun- ior. Kappa Nu: Charles Sing- erman. Senior; Arthur Gotthel, Junior. Kappa Sigma: Don Mosely, Senior; Bob Cole, Jun- ior. Phi Delta Theta: Hunter Collins, Senior; Jack Robinson, Junior. Phi lota Alpha: Man- uel Thomas, Senior; Fidel Tris- tan, Junior. Phi Kappa Sigma: Douglas Gulley, Senior; Merwin Jamison, Junior. Pi Kappa Al- pha: Robert L. Parker, Jr., Sen- ior; Allen Lill, Junior. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: George Smoot, Senior; Harry Davies, Junior. Sigma Alpha Mu: Norton Glueck, Senior; Marvin Ros- man. Junior. Sigma Chi: Al McCoard, Senior; Paul Pigman, Junior. Sigma Pi: Emile Gros, Senior; Edwin Danner, Junior. Zeta Beta Tau: Isidore Cohn, Jr., Senior; Howard Marx, Jun- ior. First Row: Clyde K. Brown, William B. Brown, Isidore Cohn, Jr., Robert M. Cole, Frederick H. Collins, Second Row: Edwin E. Danner, Jr., Walter E. Douglas, Robert E. Floweree, Jr., Norton S. Glueck, Arthur Gottlieb Third Row; Emile W. Gros, Charles D. Gulley, Merwin M, Jomieson, Robert C. Leonhardt. John F. Lewis. Fourth Row Benjamin D. A. Lill, Albert B. McCoard, Howard F. Marx, Leiand S. Montgomery, A, J. Nugon. Robert L, Parker Jr. Fifth Row: Frank M. Pennebaker, J, T. Pr.b n- n, r singerman, George F. Smoct, A. Tf-rtuM., L. r_,,, iW ' k i siii ' IM 1 C. DOUGLAS eULLEY Presldenf Founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1850, moved down here to be the first fraternity on the campus in 1858. In and around the outlying prov- inces are 38 more chapters making a total of 39 active chapters. Their colors: Black and Gold. Their flower: Chrysanthemum. Upper front window opens onto JL house, wait till the Newcomb authorities find out about that tele- scope. After many years of moving hither and yon, chapter has decided to keep this location, reasons for same being obvious. Doug Gulley is head man, there ' s a lot to Al Soule but he ' s only Vice Prexy. What money there is, is in the pockets of Dave Verlander, the guard will be increased shortly after the brothers find this out. Bob Montgomery handles whatever let- ters there might be and Anderson handles the notes. •.IN FACULTATE: Mr. Edwin W. Booth, Jr., Dr. Charles L. Brown, Dr. Arthur Caire, Jr., Mr. DuVal F. Dickey, Dr. A. V. Friedrichs, Dr. Sam hlobson, Mr. Richard Kirk, Mr. Clarence J. Morrow, Mr. Claude Simons, Jr., Dr. F. Harold Wirth, Dr. Williard R. Wirth. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Robert G. Allen, Med., ' 43; Bruce W. Alspach, ' 44; Philip hi. Alspach, ' 45; hierman W. Anderson, Jr., ' 43; Vernon W. Barrow, ' 42; Lewis C. Bryan, III, ' 42; Claude L. Buerger, Jr., Med., ' 45; Leon D. Bultman, ' 45; Louis G. Burkes, ' 45. Second Row: Andrew J. Carroll, Jr., Med., ' 42; hienry G. Casserleigh, Jr., ' 45; Richard Christovich, Jr., ' 42; William hi. Church, Law, ' 43; J. Fred Clerc, ' 45; G. Edward Conroy, Jr., ' 44; John Dane, Jr., ' 44; William D. Davis, Jr., Med., ' 43; Manuel Duvic, Jr., ' 45. Third Row: Philip M. Duvic, ' 44; Harvey Fitzpatrick, ' 44; Joe Allen Gibson, Med., ' 43; Thomas S. Glass, Law, ' 43; C. Douglas Gulley, ' 42; George B. Hall, ' 43; Merwin M. Jamleson, ' 43; M. Lee Jarrell, ' 42; Edward T. Jennings, ' 45; James M. Jennings, Jr., ' 42. Fourth Row: Leo E. Johns, Jr., ' 43; Frank P. Krieger, Jr., ' 45; Joe P. McNair, ' 44; S. Kennon Manson, Jr., ' 42; Harvey C. May, Jr., Med., ' 42; Hunter W. May, ' 42; Malcolm W. Monroe, Law, ' 42; Robert M. Montgomery, ' 44; Aubrey L. Moore, ' 45; Robert E. Newlin, ' 43. Fifth Row: Allen D. Oden, ' 45; Randolph Richmond, ' 45; Albert L. Soule, III, ' 43; A. Dale Stancliff, Jr., ' 43; Philip Taylor, Med., ' 45; Louis I. Tyler, Jr., Med., ' 43; David E. Verlander, ' 44; Thomas O. Wakeman, ' 44; Donald Wellford, ' 45; James Young, Med., ' 45. Not in Panel: William B. Craft, ' 43; Wiley L. J. Mossy, Jr., ' 43. PHI RAPPA SIGMA [6?] JOHN P. BARNES President Rumor has it that it was founded. Tentative date for this is 1868. They claim to have settled here in 1878, also claim to have 80 chapters. Colors: Garnet (red) and Gold. Flower: The Lily of the Valley. The house is located on Joseph Street but is only a way station between the Puppy hlouse and a Jernt called Fee ' s. The only man ever seen to enter said house was momma Owen. The gavel grabber is Buddy Barnes, assistant Is one Lloyd Fremaux. All scribbling is handled by Tom Wicker, the chapter counterfeiting machine is run by Jay Fanz. Would like to say more but one of their big shots is editor of this thing and it wouldn ' t get through anyhow. Biggest surprise of the year came at the party on New Year ' s Eve when all their dates cooperated. Restoratives were neces- sary In most cases. • IN FACULTATE: Dr. Octave C. Casse- grain, Dr. William V. Holloway, Dr. Arden Howell, Dr. Stuart G. Noble, Dean James M. Robert, Dr. Charles S. Williamson, Jr. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: James Alderman, ' 44; Stanley V. Asbury, ' 44; Robert C. Ball, Med., ' 42; John P. Barnes, ' 42; Hiram W. Batson, ' 42; James Booth, Med., ' 44; John F. Caraway, ' 44; James Carter, ' 45; EIroy Citron, ' 45; Tom Crea- gan, ' 43; J. Worth Davis, ' 42. Second Row: Edward Ecuyer, ' 42; John W. Fanz Jr., ' 44; Peter M. Ferguson, ' 44; Curti Fitzgerald, ' 43; John Fitzgerald, ' 44; S. B Flagg, Med., ' 42; Roy Folse, ' 45; Lloyd J Fremaux, ' 42; Ashbey Fristoe, Med., ' 44; Judge William Fuller, Med., ' 42; Mario Samboa-Vega, Med., ' 44. Third Row: Fred Guedry, ' 43; Alton Hall, ' 45; Hayn es Harkey, Law, ' 44; Martin Harthcock, Med., ' 44; Charles Herrick, ' 45; John Hill, ' 45.- Frank Hodnette, Med., ' 43; James L. Jor dan, Med., ' 42; Fred Kemp, ' 45; Roswell S. Kimball, ' 43; Hiram G. King, Med., ' 43. Fourth Row: Leonard M. King, ' 43; Allen Lill, ' 43; George McCaskey, ' 43; William D. Maginnis, Jr., ' 43; Luther Maples, ' 45; Ernest P. Miller, Jr., ' 44; Dave Monroe, ' 43; Joseph Morris, Med., ' 42; William C. Owen, Jr., ' 44; Robert L. Parker, Jr., ' 42; Charles Petteway, Med., ' 43. Fifth Row: William Provensal, Jr., ' 44; Joseph Ranna, ' 45; Robert Reinhardt, ' 45; John Roberts, ' 43; L. J. Robin, ' 43; Carl Schneider, ' 45; Samuel Scott, ' 42; James Sennett, ' 44; Jack Simons, Med., ' 42; Jack Sloan, Med., ' 44; Herbert L. Smith, Jr., ' 43. Sixth Row: Roland C. Smith, ' 44; Wilford Smith, Law, ' 42; William Talley, Med., ' 44; David Varn, Jr., Med., ' 44; Daniel L. Verges, ' 43; Wil- liam H. Wallace, III, ' 42; Jay John George Weil, Jr., ' 42; Thomas C. Wicker, ' 44; Ted Wilke, ' 45; J. Luckett Yawn, ' 42; Harold Zeringer, ' 42; Lawrence L. Zeringer, ' 44. Not in Panel: Phillip Ambler, ' 44; Robert Browning, Med., ' 44; George E. Burgess, Jr., ' 42; George Landwehr, ' 45. PI RAPPA ALPHA [65] m mmstumm MM ROBERT S. HART President Founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865, established at Tulane in 1886, at latest report there were 67 active chapters. Their colors: Crimson and Gold. Their flowers: Magnolia and Red Rose. Bobby hiart is head knocker. Poitevent is on tap as first mate. Ben Lockett takes down anything of inter- est at the meetings and has the biggest feet in town. Treasurer is another Lockett, he has big feet, too. Outstanding feature of the year was when Poitevent appeared on the campus without his crutches. Out- standing member is Lieutenant " Rex. the first " Finley, ruff, fuff Marine, who may be found at any time fol- lowing a platoon of debutantes. Mcllhenny is his drill sergeant. Biggest boon to the town was the opening of the Crimson and Gold room, it keeps them off the streets and out of the French Quarter. • IN FACULTATE: Dr. Herbert E. Buchanan, Dr. Henry Laurens, Dr. Martin T. Van Studiford, Dr. James E. Winston. KAPPA ALPHA • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: William B, Adams, ' 45; Michael G. Bac- cich, Jr., ' 45; James Bass, ' 44; Hester Bate, ' 44; Joseph Bernard, ' 44; Thomas Bernard, ' 44; Robert Bevis, ' 45; Charles Bloom, Jr., Law, ' 42; Carl Brannan, ' 44; Edmund Brown, ' 45. Second Row: C. Pitman Browne, ' 42; John M. Collier, Law, ' 44; William Ellis, ' 45; Richard A. Faust, ' 43; Edward Finley, Law, ' 43; Denton Gibbes, ' 44; Doyle Graham, ' 45; Lewis S. Graham, ' 45; Bernard Grehan, ' 42; Frank H. Hagaman, ' 45. Third Row: Robert S. Hart, ' 43; Maunsel Hickey, Law, ' 42; W. Harington Hilsim, ' 45; Stanhope Hopkins, ' 44; Kenneth Kennedy, ' 43; Robert Leonhardt, ' 43; James Lockett, ' 43; T. Benbury Lockett, ' 42; Robert Low, ' 44; Emile L. MacMillan, ' 45. Fourth Row: Edmond Mcllhenny, ' 42; J. Douglas Maginnis, ' 43; Oliver B. Miles, ' 45; Raymond R. Ferine, ' 43; Shepard F. PeTin, ' 42; Eads B. Poitevent, ' 42; Jack Pou, ' 44; John R. Pratt, ' 42; Louis V. Rand, ' 45; William Rudolf, ' 42. Fifth Row: Samuel W. Ryniker, ' 43; Arthur Seaver, ' 44; Robert R. Senter, ' 45; Harry V. Sims, ' 43; Jerry N. Sims, ' 45; William F. Stahl, ' 45; Thomas R. Swayze, ' 45; Arthur C. Waters, ' 43; Peter B. Waters, ' 45. Not in Panel: J. P. Dupont, ' 43; Robert Norman, ' 42; Jack R. Perez, ' 43; George B. Riviere, ' 42; Joseph M. Supple, ' 45; John W. Tessier, ' 45; Chester Williams, ' 44; Edward D. Ziegler, ' 43. - I [67] BRUCE BAIRD President Founded at Miami University in 1855, another of the Miami triad. Settled here in 1886. At last count, there were 96 active chapters. Colors: Blue and Old Gold. Flov er: White Rose. Seems that this outfit wants to be different so they ain ' t got no prexy; instead the line-up reads something like this: Consul, Bruce Baird; Pro-Consul, Paul Pig- man. We translate that to mean President and Vice- President, but the next one stumps us: Quaestor, that could mean either secretary, or treasurer or both or secretary or housemother or both or treasurer or housemother or both or maybe all three or then again maybe none of ' em. At any rate we would really like to meet the guy. They didn ' t mention any more of their big shots so we reckon that Dizzy Labouisse don ' t come around any more. P. S. That quaestor guy ' s name is Stewart Long. • IN FACULTATE: S. Wood Brown, Dr. Edward Callletau, Dr. Guy Cardwell, Robert Farley, Dr. Rudd Fleming, Dr. G. K. Logan, Dr. Paul Mcllhenny, Dr. Curtis H. Tyrone. SIGMA CHI • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: George Allen, ' 45; Bruce Baird, Law, ' 44; James Biggert, ' 43; Robert Bond, ' 44; David Boyd, ' 44; Tom Brittain, ' 45; John Chambers, ' 45. Second Row: Charles Creger, ' 44; Frank Denman, Med., ' 42; James Erwin, Law, ' 43; Allen Fontenot, Law, ' 44; Frank Fromhertz, ' 43; Charles Ham- mond, ' 45; Richard Hindermann, ' 45. Third Row: Tom hlood, ' 44; Paul Hoots, ' 45; Stewart Long, ' 43; Albert McCoard, ' 42; Pete McLeod, ' 43; Delord Mabry, ' 45; Warren Malhiot, ' 43. Fourth Row: Jack Mestier, ' 44; Chalin Perez, ' 44; George Pigman, ' 45; Paul Pigman, ' 43; William Reid, ' 45; Malcolm Stouse, ' 44; Jack White, ' 45. Not in Panel: Charles Justice, ' 45; Harold Stream, ' 42; Jack West, ' 45. t ' )9] ROBERT W. SCHUPP President Founded? Certainly, at V. M. I. in 1865; established at Tulane in 1887. They have 96 active chapters scat- tered around the country. Their flower, the White Tea Rose. Their colors: Sky Blue and Old Gold. Bobby Schupp conducts the meetings in a most dig- nified manner — except that he refuses to wear shoes and pants. Sam Moody looks on wistfully as the num- ber two man. Every now and then Frank Pennebaker lets a penny slip; the pennies are quickly snapped up by housemother Baumann, he must use them for food as no house improvements are noticeable. Bill Schnei- ble is the lodge ' s only known double-dipper, he holds down the jobs of Recording and Corresponding Sec- retary. Biggest improvement on the campus and its environs will be when the junk man gets Pennebaker ' s old tea-kettle (vintage of 1908). Maybe that ' s the cause of the lack of funds In the treasury. • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Dr. Nathaniel C, Curtis, Dr. Charles 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: Arthur Appleyard, Jr., ' 45; William Bauman, Lav , ' 44; Jack A. Bergfeld, Med., ' 42; John I. BIyth, ' 45; William Perry Brown, III, ' 45; hiarold D. Buck, ' 45; John S. Burwell, ' 42; Donald M. Coleman, ' 45; George C. Cooksey, Jr., ' 45. Second Row: Charles W. Darnell, Jr., ' 44; Henry J. Dauterive, ' 45; Pierre R. Dupont, ' 43; Frederick S. Ellis, ' 45; Lawrence B. Eustis, ' 43; Sam J. Fertitta, ' 45; William C. Hancock, ' 45; Donald H. Higgins, Jr., ' 45; Rene H. Himel, ' 42. Third Row: William I. Hunt, Med., ' 42; J. M. Jordan, ' 42; Nicholas E. Joyner, ' 45; Edward G. King, ' 45; George C. Manning, Jr., Med., ' 44; Hugh G. Many, ' 45; Robert A. Metheny, ' 45; Samuel S. Moody, ' 42; Frank M. Pennebaker, ' 43. Fourth Row: Paul W. Ramey, Med., ' 43; Robert W. Schupp, ' 42; George C. Sim- mons, ' 45; Ernest de SImonin, ' 45; James Spencer, ' 42; James Ward, Jr., ' 45; Henry Williams, Jr., ' 43; Robert Wooley, ' 44. ALPHA TAU OMEGA [71] JACK C. WHITESELL President Too many years ago to mention, somebody started a lodge over In Europe. They tired of things there and came over here. The result: Kappa Sigma. It came over to the University of Virginia in 1869 and trekked here in 1887. There are, by the last poll, I I I chapters, that is, in the United States. Gawd knows how many in Europe (before Adolf, of course). Big noise of the local outfit is Jack Whitesell, Don Mosely is just noisy. Head of the double-dipping department is Ross Cahal. He writes both letters and minutes. Head of the disbursing department is Gentleman Jim Oviatt. Motto of the lodge, like Sherwin-Williams: We cover the earth. • IN FACULTATE: Dr. Wiley R. Bufflngton, Dr. Bon J. DeLaureal, Dr. Ed- mund L. Faust, Col. Frederick H. Fox, Dr. Albert P. Kinnball, Dr. Edward C. King, Dr. Paul T. Talbot. KAPPA SIGMA • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Edward Adey, ' 43; James A. Alpin, ' 44: Michael H. Bagot, ' 43; Edward B. Baldlnger, Jr., ' 43; Peter L. Bernard, Jr., Law, ' 43; Joseph M. Bistowish, Med., ' 43; John W. Boebinger, ' 44; Robert Ross Cahal, ' 43; Curtis W. Caine, Med., ' 45; Edward C. Carlson, ' 45. Second Row: Robert L. Chipley, ' 44; Robert M. Cole, ' 42; Miller M. Cragon, ' 45; Gordon O. Cragwall, ' 44; Heber E. Darton, ' 44; George B. Davis, ' 44; Charles O. Donnaud, III, ' 44; Roger C. Gardiner, Jr., ' 45; Eugene J. Gibert, Jr., ' 45; P. P. Gilchrist, Med., ' 42. Third Row: Upton W. Giles, Jr., ' 44; William S. Goldman, ' 42; Aynaud M. Hebert, ' 45; L. J. Joseph, ' 42; Melvin J. Jung, Jr., ' 45; Philip J. Krupp, ' 45; Nicholas G. Kumpuris, Med., ' 43; Lloyd L. Lacher, Jr., ' 44; Louis W. McFaul, Jr., ' 43; William Kennon McWIIIiams, Jr., ' 43. Fourth Row: George T. Mellinger, Med., ' 43; Julian J. MIester, ' 43; Louis E. Ramos, ' 44; Edward hi. Sanford, ' 45; J. Carryl Seaman, Jr., ' 45; Ralph Shirer, ' 44; A. C. Suhren, Jr., ' 44; Samuel W. Sulli, ' 45; Edwin J. Taylor, Jr., ' 45; Jack C. Whitesell, ' 42; Henry Worner, III, Law, ' 43. Not in Pa nel: William Bendel, Med., ' 43; William Faulk, Med., ' 44; Raymond Gauche, Jr., ' 42; Kendall Griffith, Med., ' 44; Thomas C. Hall, Law, ' 43; E. Donald Moseley, Law, ' 44; T. J. Kiddler, Med., ' 42; G. Turner, Med., ' 42; Robert Vaccaro, ' 44; Vestie White, ' 45. r73] I V ' « -i RICHARD P. CROMWELL President Founded at Bethany College in 1859, established at Tulane in 1889. Their colors: Purple, White and Sold. Their flower: the Iris. There are 76 chapters extant. Big dawg is little man Richard Cromwell. . . . John McGraw is number two man, he just barks. hHonest Jack Grayson is the people ' s choice to handle the cash and |uggle the books. Richard Andry Is the man with the pencil that catches any stray thoughts and sets them down for posterity. The neighbors are rumored to be refugeeing out of the surrounding territory. This Is undoubtedly due to the peculiar (and loud) extra- curricular activities of " Mother " McGehee. It is not true, as rumored, that he throttles those that complain about his meals, only Roy Bartlett, who claims to be a better tennis player. • IN FACULTATE: Dr. Stanford C. Jamison, Dr. T. Hillman Olliphant, Dr. William H. Stevens, Dr. Emile Naef, Dr. Willoughby Kittredge. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Cedric Almand, Law, ' 44; Hart F. Baker, Med., ' 42; Roy Bartlett, ' 42; Thomas O. Bell, Law, ' 42; William F. Beyer, Med., ' 45; James N. Brink, ' 45; C. Kimball Brown, ' 44; Lewis Clements, ' 45; R. P. Cromwell, ' 43. Second Row: Charles A. Emiing, Jr., ' 42; Edward L. Emiing, ' 45; Jack Grayson, ' 44; Kenneth hi. Kahao, ' 43; Leonard K. Knapp, Med., ' 44; Allen Knolle, ' 43; Frank Lamothe, ' 45; John McGraw, ' 44; Conrad Meyer, III, Law, ' 44; hiarry P. Moran, ' 43. Third Row: Frotcher Mueller, ' 45; A. J. Nugon, ' 42; Ned Parkhouse, ' 45; Joe Partridge, ' 43; William L. Peters, ' 42; A. Lane Plauche, Law, ' 44; Walter T. Plauche, ' 44; Robert H. Potts, ' 43; Albert Querens, ' 45; Staigg Ray, ' 44. Fourth Row: Davis F. Reid, ' 42; Joseph Schlosser, Med., ' 42; George T. Schnleder, Med., ' 44; C. J. Thomp- son, Med., ' 43; Douglas Torre, Med., ' 43; Mottram Torre, Med., ' 43; Ray Tremont, ' 45; W. J. Verlander, ' 42; Floyd Williamson, ' 45; Philip Wimberly, Med., ' 45. Not in Panel: Augustus Anderson, Med., ' 42; Richard Andry, ' 43; R. Norman Black, Med., ' 44, N. C. Cromwell, ' 43; Clarence L. Dupre, ' 43; William, McGehee, ' 43; William C. Moss, ' 42. DELTA TAU DELTA [75] HUNTER COLLINS President Founded at Miami University, one of the Miami Triad, in 1848; established at Tulane in 1889. Their colors: Azure and Argent, which means Blue and Silver. Their flower: the White Carnation. The house is reported to be settling, this is proba- bly due to the heavy tread of the brothers dancing at their numerous parties which are probably due to the proximity of Ursuline Convent, hlunter Collins is the head man and also keeps the ice-box filled with ham and other assorted cold cuts from his unsuspecting pappy ' s meat packery. Jack Robinson is chief stooge; R. L. Gates records whatever pearls of wisdom that may be dropped at the weekly chapter conclaves; Bill Frost controls the purse strings, and has dates every night. • IN FACULTATE: Lowell Dawson, Dr. Charles W. Duval, Dr. Herman Gessner, Dr. Rufus C. Harris, Dr. H. P. Johnson, Dr. H. E. Miller, Dr. M. V. Miller, Dr. Alton Ochsner, Charles Rucker, Dr. Am- brose H. Storck. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Albert Ashley, ' 45; Luis Banos, Law, ' 42; Wayne Beard, ' 44; Charles Beckert, Med., ' 43; Michael Becnel, ' 45; Brown Boswell, Med., ' 44; Charles B. Campbell, ' 44; Hunter Collins, ' 42; Norman Conroy, ' 44; Edward Crawford, Med., ' 45; Henry Dismukes, ' 43; W. T. Eddins, ' 42. Second Row: Tynes Edmondson, ' 44; Bill Elliot, ' 43; Richard Field, Med., ' 42; James H. Fortson, ' 42; William M. Frost, ' 42; Broox Garrett, Med., ' 44; R. L. Gates, Jr., ' 42; John Glover, Med., ' 42; Jerry Gwin, Med., ' 43; W. Binion Harmon, ' 43; Sam Hutton, ' 43. Third Row: Ernest P. Johnson, ' 42; Stew- art Kepper, Law, ' 42; T. Max Kilgore, ' 42; Joe Kirby, Med., ' 42; Richard Langford, Med., ' 44, Miles Lewis, Med., ' 45; Frank Lindeman, Med., ' 43; Robert A. Lynch, Law, ' 44; F. C. McCaleb, ' 43; Jack McMillan, ' 43; 1. Chase Menefee, ' 45; James Merritt, Med., ' 44; Henry Miller, ' 43. Fourth Row: Patrick C. Murphy, Law, ' 43; Harry K. Murray, ' 44; Clyde E. Noble, Jr., ' 44; Paul C. Pottharst, ' 44; James Poyner, ' 44; Aleck Primes, ' 45; Jack Ray, ' 43; Matt Redmond, Law, ' 44; Randolph B. Robert, ' 42; Jack Robinson, ' 43; Ralph Ross, Med., ' 44; Louis H. Schopfer, ' 43; John H. Sims, ' 43. Fifth Row: William Stiles, ' 44; Paul Swearingen, Med., ' 42; C. D. Taylor, Med., ' 43; P. K. Thomas, Med., ' 43; William Valentine, Med., ' 42; J. C. Vanzant, ' 42; William Wait, Law, ' 42; John Walker, Med., ' 42; Scott Wallace, ' 43; J. P. Wiggin, ' 45; Lewis Williams, ' 43; Stewart Williams, ' 45; Carey C. Womble, Med., ' 44. Not in Panel: Elgin Cowart, ' 44; Paul HIndlang, ' 43; Henry Lochte, ' 43; F. Wltcher Mc- Cullough, ' 43; George Menefee, ' 42; R. M. Pittman, ' 44; Charles Unsworth, ' 45. PHI DELTA THETA o ' M t77] HARRY DAVIES President Founded, they say, at the University of Alabama in the year 1856; established, they allege, here in 1897. Scattered about the country there are approximately 113 chapters. Their colors: Ole Gold and Royal Purple. Big chief is little tHarry Davies, Miazzi is merely chief. Alvin Gottschall buys the records, pays the cook and rent, etc. The cute sayings of the kids are taken down by a guy named Guillot; house momma is footballer Bittman. Other notables are Mandich and McCollum. • IN FACULTATE: Dean Leslie J. Buchan, Mr. Donald Derickson, Mr. S. E. Englekirk, Dr. Gordon Johnson, Dr. J. Adair Lyons, Dr. John G. Pratt, Dr. J. Clay Walker. • IN UNIVERSITATE. First Row: Frank Baird, Med., ' 42; William Beaty, ' 45; David Bernhardt, ' 44; Rudolph Bittman, ' 43; Claude Brown, ' 43; Claude Callander, Med., ' 42; Robert Catchings, ' 45; William Chamberlin, ' 45; Wayland Coppedge, Med., ' 43; h arry Davies, ' 43. Second Row: John Dodson, Med., ' 42; Ralph Downs, ' 43; Theodore Everett, Med., ' 44; Kenneth Everts, Med., ' 44; Jack Pagan, ' 44; Vernon Pagan, ' 43; Alvin Gottschall, ' 43; Bickford Graf, ' 45; Robert Graves, Med., ' 45; Carlton Guillot, ' 44; Callender hiadden, ' 45. Third Row: Robert Hendon, ' 44; James Hicks, Med., ' 44; Robert Jacks, ' 45; Robert Jones, Med., ' 45; Morris King, Med., ' 45; Porrest Little, ' 44; Truett Long, ' 45; Woody Lovell, Med., ' 42; Peter Mandlch, ' 42. Fourth Row: James Meadows, Med., ' 44; John Miazza, ' 42; William Oser, ' 44; Charles Patterson, Med., ' 42; Clifton Payne, ' 44; James Pridgen, ' 43; Her- bert Pursell, ' 44; W. E. Riley, Med., ' 42; Ernest Roth, ' 45; Gene St. Martin, Med., ' 44; George Smoot, ' 43; William Wellborn, Med. ' 42. Not in Panel John Bennings, Med., ' 45; William Bratton, Grad., ' 43; Peter Crolich, ' 43 Jules Dupont, ' 43; Hugh Fletcher, ' 44; Henry Foss, ' 44; Francis Gill, ' 42 Harley McCollum, ' 42; Andreas V. N. Mortensen, ' 42; Harold Mullin, ' 42 Leonard Posey, Med. ' 44; Quinten Randolph, Med., ' 45. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON [79 1 CAREY ELLIS President Founded at Yale In 1844, at Tulane in 1899; 47 active chapters. Their colors: Red, Azure and Gold. Their flower: . . . the Pansy! Carey Ellis calls signals which are repeated in a small voice by Jack Schneidau. Brother Logan han- dles any and all minutes which consist mostly of notes on Terkuhle ' s constant screamings for bills to be paid and or accounts of changes in the by-laws by Don Ehrhart who takes the law school and its vice-presi- dency too seriously. Pledge master automatically went to Mike Wheeler who can out-shout and overawe any group of freshmen. Campus activities consist of keep- ing one jump ahead of the alumni landlord, the neigh- bors and the office of the President, not to mention the seventh precinct police. Outstanding contribution to the welfare of the world is not Inviting outsiders to their poisonous purple passion parties. Big improve- ment: they painted the house, this was recommended as far back as 1901. I • IN FACULTATE: Maxwell E. Lapham, Joseph McClosky, John Minor Wisdom. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Fred Barksdale, ' 44; Archie Bland, ' 45; Perry Brown, ' 42; Reggie Cocke, ' 44; Steve Dart, ' 45; Judson Demarest, ' 43; Jack Donnaud, Law, ' 44; hlerman Duncan, ' 43; Don Ehrhart, Law, ' 44; Carey Ellis, Law, ' 44; Clarence Eyrich, ' 44. Second Row: Stocker Fontelieu, ' 45; Eddie Gilly, ' 45; Jim Gilly, Med., ' 45; Theo hHarvey, ' 45; Billy hlodges, ' 45; Tommy hHolmes, ' 44; Billy Kyle, Med., ' 42; Rudy Landry, Med., ' 42; Eddie Leverich, ' 42; Dick Logan, ' 43; Gus Lorber, ' 42. Third Row: Trist McConnell, ' 43; Armand McHenry, ' 43; Louis McKnight, ' 45; Billy Menge, ' 43; Leiand Montgomery, ' 43; Albert Olivier, ' 45; Louis Pourciau, ' 42; Jack Pritchard, ' 44; James Sanchez, ' 42; Jack Schneidau, ' 42. Fourth Row: Benton Sellers, ' 45; Albert Turkhule, ' 42; Chris Tompkins, ' 44; Gibson Tucker, ' 44; Frank Voelker, Law, ' 43; Raymond Walker, ' 43; Bruce Wallace, Med., ' 43; Mike Wheeler, ' 43; Bob Whittaker, ' 44; James Wilkinson, Law, ' 42; Billy Williams, ' 45. Not in Panel: Paul Charbonnet, ' 42; Tom Collens, Law, ' 44; Ben Dart, ' 43; Edmond Deramee, ' 45; Cliff Favrot, ' 45; Jimmy McConnell, ' 45; Schaum- burg McGeehee, ' 43; Thomas Martin, ' 45; Pratt Munson, ' 43; Clarke Sal- mon, ' 43; Jimmy Schwartz, ' 44; George Tompkins, ' 42. DELTA RAPPA EPSILON f f ii,ii [81] JAMES P. EWIN, JR. President Founded at Miami University, another of the Miami Triad, in 1839. Established at Tulane in 1908. There are 90 active chapters. Their colors: you guessed it — Pink and Blue. The Rose is their flower. Dictator of the lodge and attempted dictator of the campus is Little Caesar Ewin. The Caesar Is well known for his ability in not being able to break up post-football game riots. Dictator sub one is that well known flash gun artist, Leon Trice. Controller of the Currency is Bill hfudson, who also leads the senior Civil Encineers and is also an Ensign in the Navy. The min- utes man is Ralph Merriman. Any report that all the Betas have given away their pins is a gross exaggera- tion — Claypool still has his. The house is on Audubon Street, not at the address given in the phone book, but across the street in " Ye Olde Tippe Toppe Tea Roome. " There the boys may be found at any time either talking to or waiting for their better halves and we do mean better. • IN FACULTATE: Mr. Kendall H. Cram, Mr. Sumter D. Marks. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Wayne G. Anderson, ' 44; Earl P. Bartlett, Jr., ' 44; Archie R. Boggs, Law, ' 42; Pierce Brad- burn, ' 45; William P. Bradburn, III, Med., ' 42; Herbert J. Bremmerman, Jr., ' 44; Walter H. Brent, ' 43; Lyie Carriere, ' 44; Walter Carroll, Jr., ' 45; M. Duralde Clai- borne, Jr., Med., ' 45; Don P. Claypool, ' 42; Robert J. Conroy, ' 44. Second Row: Azahel W. Cooper, ' 44; Harold V. B. Cummins, Jr., Med., ' 45; J. Everett Eaves, Jr., ' 44; William J. Eckart, Jr., ' 42; Gor- don O. Ewin, ' 44; James P. Ewin, Jr., ' 42; Robert E. Floweree, Jr., ' 42; Glen Gardi- ner, ' 45; Joseph Gilbeau, ' 45; Mason P. Gilfoll, ' 44: Rufus C. Harris, Jr., ' 45; Wolf K. Helmers, ' 43. Third Row: William O. Hudson, II, ' 42; Charles H. Knost, ' 45; James H. Kostmeyer, ' 44; Herbert H. Land, Jr., ' 44; Robert M. Lathrop, Law, ' 42; Madison Lee, Med., ' 44; Rene J. LeGardeur, III, ' 44; John L. McGee, Law, ' 42; John A. McLellan, ' 45; James J. Man- son, III, ' 45; Allen W. Martin, III, ' 43. Fourth Row: Edmund B. Martin, Jr., ' 45; Edward R. Meadows, ' 44; Ralph M. C. Merriman, Jr., ' 42; James H. Miller, Jr., ' 43; Louis L. Moise, ' 45; Edward P. Mun- son, Jr., Law, ' 42; L. Francis Murphy, Jr., ' 45; Paul S. Noble, ' 44; William T. Patton, ' 44; Humberto Quirarte, ' 42; Nigel E. Rafferty, ' 44; Richard Riley, ' 43; Jack G. Robertson, ' 45. Fifth Row: Daniel W. Sperlock, ' 43; St. John F. Smith, ' 42; Stone B. Stickney, ' 45; Edward W. Stockmeyer, ' 43; Delbert Strong, ' 44; Leon M. Trice, Jr., ' 42; Edmund R. Vales, ' 43; Marion M. Walshe, ' 44; Roy White, Jr., Med., ' 45 R. Milton Williams, ' 43; Harvey Windes, ' 45; Robert M. Woolfolk, ' 45. Not in Panel: Harry P. Dart, Law, ' 42; David D. Dixon, ' 43; Walter F. Hoge, ' 45; Walter V. McDonald, ' 43; Oscar McMillan, ' 44; William A. Smith, Med., ' 43; Miguel A. Vales, ' 42. BETA THETA PI iita ii f s n A: 1 Ml J .iw . [83] ISIDORE COHN President Founded at the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1898. Staggered down here in 1909, been here ever since. Thirty-five active chapters. Colors: Blue and White. izzy Cohn is chief dissenter but calls himself com- mander. Dirty Davis is Lieutenant Commander and Joe Goldberg handles all writing. Jules Dreyfous handles the purse strings all the while under the eagle eyes of the brethren. Apparently they believe in doing things in a tremendous way because there are not one, not two, but three housemothers. From left to right, they are Harold Marx, Howard Strauss and Eugene Hesdorffer. They don ' t say which one watches which one. Seems like there should be at least three treas- urers, too. The house Is up for sale (adv.) probably due to Internal destruction by Wolbrette. • IN FACULTATE: Dr. H. P. Marx, Dr. Melvin Steiner. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: M. B. Adelson, Jr., ' 45; Edward M. Allenberg, ' 45; James M. Ber, ' 44; Gerald Berenson, ' 43; Lawrence Cohen, ' 43; Isidore Cohn, Jr., ' 42; Sidney Cohn, ' 45; Sam Corenswet, ' 44; Arthur Davis, ' 42; Jules Dreyfus, ' 43. Second Row: Charles Frank, ' 43; Richard Garretson, ' 44; h en y Ginsburg, ' 45; Joe Goldberg, Jr., ' 43; Richard Goldberg, ' 44; hiarold Gordon, ' 45; Jack Gordon, ' 42; Harry Greenberg, Med., ' 43; Eugene hles- dorffer, ' 43; Herbert HIrsch, ' 44; Jerome Hirsch, Jr., Med., ' 43; Joseph R. Hirsch, ' 44. Third Row: Irwin Isaacs, ' 43; Irwin Isaacson, ' 45; Bernard Jacobs, ' 43; Metz Kahn, ' 45; Robert Kahn, ' 45; Jerome Katz, Med., ' 44; Norman Kaufman, ' 44; Joseph C. King, ' 44; Milton Latter, ' 44; Ralph Levey, ' 44. Fourth Row: Stanley Levingston, ' 45; Oscar Levy, ' 45; Ralph Levy, ' 45; Walter Levy, Jr., ' 43; Leo Lob, ' 45; Harold Marx, Jr., Law, ' 44; Howard Marx, ' 43; Lane Meltzer, ' 45; Floyd Roos, ' 45; J. William Rosenlhal, ' 43; Jack Rosen- thal, ' 45. Fifth Row: Melvin Rosenthal, Med., ' 43; Joe Rosenweig, Med., ' 45; Dan Scharff, ' 45; James Harding Schwab, ' 45; Charles Schwartz, Jr., ' 43; Ralph Schwartz, ' 44; Melvin Schwartzman, Law, ' 43; A. L. Shushon, ' 45; Shepard Shushon, ' 42; William Singlust, ' 44; Harry Solomon, ' 43. Sixth Row: William Stein, Law, ' 42; Leonard Stern, ' 42; Joe Sternberg, ' 45; Alvin Strauss, Med., ' 43; Howard Strauss, ' 43; Robert Turchin, ' 43; Eugene Usdin, ' 43; Harry Wagenheim, Med., ' 43; Julian Weiner, Med., ' 42; David Weinstein, Med., ' 43; Richard Weiss, ' 45. Not in Panel: Ted Bloch, ' 44; Ben Brill, Jr., ' 44; Richard Goldberg, ' 44; Tim Henlnger, ' 43; Judah Lober, ' 44; Leon Miller, ' 45; Harvey Mintz, Med., ' 44; Edward Simon, ' 43; Ber- nard Solomon, ' 44; Henri Wolbrette, ' 42. ZETA BETA TAU p i L::TW!jfr|r -Ji ' 5rv ww , -iv--- -■ ' .Z ' ' -i: ' iiiJ ' - ' M pmmmmM mtk f s f Jf? " S - ■ ' ' i jiiiiiAiiiii [8S] 9- MAURICE PICHELOUP President Founded according to their rushing propaganda at the College of the City of New York in I 899. Arrived here and stayed in 1916. Forty-five chapters extant. Colors: Nile Green and White. Flower: White Car- nation. The Board of Aldermen include Maurice Picheloup as gavel grabber and Lloyd Eagan as g. g. sub one. As Fred Heebe had the only legible handwriting they nnade him Secretary. After persuading the brethren that he was honest (and posting a bond) Fred Schuber was chosen treasurer. Monthly meetings are held at least once every semester. • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Richard O. Baumbach, Peter Mailhes, Forrest E. Oakes, John Pizzano, Dr. Howard Russell, Dr. E. Garland Walls. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: John C. Boutall, Law, ' 43; H. I. Bryer, Jr., ' 45; L. A. Chehardy, Law, ' 43; Hays Clark, ' 45; Brian Collins, Jr., ' 45; Charles J. Debaillau, Law, ' 43; Max J. Derbes, Jr., ' 44; Walter E. Douglas, ' 42; Lloyd E. Eagan, ' 43. Second Row: James A. Fitzgerald, ' 45; Warren J. Gadpaille, ' 44; C. Gulutta. ' 45; W. A. Heausler, ' 44; James D. hlebert, ' 45; Fred J. Heebe, ' 45; hHenry A. Kevlin, ' 45; Vernon R. Kroll, ' 43; Peter J. Layman, ' 44. Third Row: Ben E. Laup, ' 45; John L. McCarthy, ' 45; Paul McGill, ' 42; William McLane, ' 44; John Moser, ' 44; R. P. Nolan, ' 42; Warren Nolan, ' 44; hHerbert O ' Donnell, ' 43; Robert Oster, Law, ' 42. Fourth Row: G. C. Pelias, ' 44; Malcolm Peters, ' 43; Maurice J. Pichloup, ' 42; Irwin Poche, Jr., ' 44; F. W. Reagan, ' 45; Louis C. Scharfenstein, ' 45; Fred Schuber, ' 43; James Strickland, ' 45. DELTA SIGMA PHI [87] MARVIN ROSMAN President S. A. M. stands for any number of things among i ' hich Is SAM which has nothing to do with them or with this. A bunch of the boys got together in Nev York back in 1909 and SAM is the result. They opened for business down here in 1920. To date they count 27 active chapters. The colors: Poiple and White. Flower: Lily (unguilded). Marvin Rosman beats on the wall to keep order and is said to be president. They have no vice-president for which they are to be commended. Pencil pusher is Allen Kolter. Mr. H. Simon Kaplan, III, makes use of whatever moneys happen to be hanging around. • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Dr. Don Julian Graubarth, Sam- uel Lang, Dr. Paul L. Marks, Dr. Samuel L. Saceivitz, Dr. Herbert Weinberger. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Harvey Amsterdam, Med., ' 44; Bernard Blumberg, Med., ' 45; Simon Caplan, ' 42; Mervin R. Cohen, ' 44; Isadore Dravin, ' 44; Harris S. Dulitz, ' 45; William G. Fellman, ' 44; H. P. Garbut, ' 45. Second Row: Warren L. Garfunkel, ' 44; Norton S. Glueck, ' 43; Maurice Handelman, ' 42; Sidney Handelman, ' 45; Erwin Hecker, ' 45; Richard S. Hodes, ' 44; Edward S. Hyman, ' 44; A. B. Koltun, ' 43. Third Row: A. C. Ledner, ' 45; Alvin N. London, ' 45; Harold Lovltz, ' 45; Willard Marmelzat, Med., ' 44; Stanford Opotowsky, ' 43; Bernard Oppen- heim. Law, ' 42; John A. Prolin, ' 43. Fourth Row: J. H. Rappe- port, ' 43; Herbert Rothenberg, ' 45; L. B. Rosenweig, ' 43; Leonard M. Rosman, ' 43; Irvin Schneider, ' 42; Sol B. Stern, Jr., Med., ' 44; Paul W. Ullman, ' 44; Harold D. Victor, ' 42; Gerald N. Weiss, ' 43; Earl M. Zander, ' 45; Max P. Zander, Law, ' 44. SIGMA ALPHA [89] I I MORRIS GOLD President Latest data has it that the outfit was founded in 1911 at Rochester University. Somebody started it down here in Anno Domini 1922. Active chapters, 13. Colors: Blue and White. The boys must have hay fever, there ain ' t no flower. Most of de guys come from Brooklyn, see mug? Dey on ' y got one N ' Erleens kid, get me? Dat ' s w ' y dey built de cellar. De boss of de mob is " Two-gun " Gold, stoogin ' for him is " Toughy " Goldman. De on ' y one what can write Is Graff so he forges de minutes. " Slick " SIngerman passes de checks. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: William Axelrod, Med., ' 42; Bertram Bre+t- schneider, ' 44; Gene G. Carp, Med,, ' 45; Robert Cohen, ' 43; Norman Din- hofer, ' 43; Arthur Eckhous, Med., ' 44; Frederick Feldman, ' 45; Israel Fisher, Med., ' 43; Julius Finklesteln, Med., ' 44. Second Row: Daniel D. Gladstone, ' 45; Ervin A. Goldman, ' 43; Morris Gold, ' 42; Arthur Gottlieb, ' 44; Edward D. Graff, ' 43; Milton Jailer, ' 44; Lewis S. Kook, ' 44; Jack Kushner, ' 44; William Leon, Med., ' 43; Allen Leonard, Med., ' 45. Third Row: Arthur Meisel, ' 43; Nelson Manowitz, ' 44; Herbert L. Moskowitz, ' 44; Stanley Orloff, ' 44; Gusiave Pallet, ' 44; Irwin Rabenowitz, ' 42; Mark Sackett, ' 43; Irwin I. Schlansky, ' 45; Irving Sokolsky, ' 43; Maurice Singer, ' 42. Fourth Row: Charles Singerman, ' 43; Bernard Solomon, ' 44; Bernard Tannenbaum, ' 45; hlyman Tolmas, ' 43; Martin Turkish, Med., ' 45; hferbert P. Vogel, ' 45; Martin Watsky, Law, ' 44; Fred R. Weisen, ' 43; Morris Weisler, ' 44; Jack Zoock, ' 44. Not in Panel: Morrie Munowitz, ' 45; Nathan Reizman, ' 45; Davis Rosenthal, ' 45; Oscar Tolmas, Law, ' 44; Nathan Troum, ' 43. KAPPA NU ' a a ' ' e v o, » m 1 1 1 ' i Aii f rs ? ( H%Mm ' ' PtiM I i c a a o c li [»i J RAFAEL NAVARRO President Founded at L. S. U. in 1904, established at Tulane in 1932. Twenty-six active chapters. Their colors: Blue, Red and Gold. The flower: Red Carnation. The most Southern end of " Good Neighbor Policy " is rep- resented on the campus by Phi lota Alpha. Besides their strenuous activities as good will ambassadors they are also the university ' s foremost exponents of that well known but little played game — soccer. Chief ambassador of the outfit and its president is Don Rafael Navarre Cadiz: second in command is el Senor Osvaldo Bacido Gonzales; recording secretary is Marco Fidel Tristan; treasurer, Jorge Soto. • IN FACULTATE: Dr. Rudolph Matas, Dr. Alberto Prieto. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Fernando Alvarado, ' 43; Tomas Arias, ' 44; Fernando Chirino, Med., ' 43; Arturo Gay, ' 44; Osvaldo Gonzalez, Med., ' 44. Second Row: Rafael Navarro, ' 42; Luis Prieto, Med., ' 45; Edgardo Sllva, Med., ' 42; Frederico Smith, Med., ' 42; Jorge Soto, ' 43; Manuel C. Thomas, ' 42. Not in Panel: Aurello A. Alba, ' 42; Jorge Gasteazoro, ' 44; Frank Qulnones, ' 44; Xavier Sanchez, ' 43; Fidel Tristan, ' 42. PHI IOTA ALPHA [93 J X Founded at VIncennes University in year of 1897; established at Tulane in 1920. Twenty-eight Active Chapters. Colors: Lavender and White. Flower: Lavender Orchid. S I G II P I EARL ROBINSON, President • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Ed- ward A. Bechfel, Emeritus; Louis Bierhorst. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Frank Boylan, ' 44; Horace Chalstrom, ' 42; Edward Danner, ' 44. Second Row: Robert Duffy, ' 44; Jack Gilmore, ' 45; Emile Sros, ' 42. Third Row: Alex Locascio, ' 43; James Martin, ' 43; Jack Meyer, ' 42. Fourth Row: Richard Piske, ' 45; Earl Robinson, ' 44; Wesley Schroe- der, ' 42. Nol- in Panel: John Edge, ' 45; Earl Forstall, ' 44. I np 1 Founded at Tulane In 1940. One AcHve Chapter. Colors: Gold and Whife. Flower: Shasta Daisy. ALPHA PI ALPHA STANFORD BEVIS, President • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. First Row: Thomes G. Baffes, ' 43; W. T. Barry, ' 45; Stanford D. Bevis, ' 43; Thomas S. Bloodworth, Jr.. ' 42; William B. Brown, ' 43. Second Row: Charles A. Burleson, Jr., ' 43; Lester F. Coleman, ' 43; Henry C. Daubert. Jr., ' 43; Lloyd C. Eyrich, ' 43; Wal- ter L. Frazer, Law, ' 44. Third Row: John F. hHalligan, ' 43; James R. La- mantia, ' 43; John J. Lewis, ' 42; Milliard E. Matthew, ' 44. Fourth Row: Carl John Nyman, ' 44; Earl B. Phillips, ' 45; Donald A. Ringe, ' 43; W. E. Rooney, ' 45. LOUISE TRIMBLE President These gals come together under one roof for the purpose of having a set of rules issued for the sororities so that they will be nice little kittens instead of cats in affairs of the lodge type. Thev go about shedding their good will to all with such worthy things as their rush- ing regulations, their annual tea, and their Christmas party. These good will ambassadors also play the dual role of judge for sorority pledging and administration. • Chairman Louise Trimble • Alpha Delta PI: Frances Connely, Mildred Murray. Alpha Ep- silon Phi: Bertha Paglin, Carolyn Loeb. Alpha Omicron Pi: Cal- ista Rault, Mary Sweatt. Beta Sigma Omicron: Anna Marie Roy, Janet Schneider. Chi Omega: Elsa hloehn, Colleen Spiller. Delta Zeta: Betty Beyer, Beryl Roy. Kappa Alpha Theta: Mary Berthier, Betty Grant. Kappa Kappa Gamma: hielen Clayton, hiarriett Kostnneyer. Phi Mu: Leta Covington, Phyllis Watson. Phi Sigma Sigma: Elaine Levy, Sara Helm. Pi Beta Phi: Mary Cummins, Jane Dart. Zeta Tau Alpha: Margaret Ann Williams, Louise Trimble. PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL First Row: Mary Berthier, Betty Beyer, Helen Clayton, Frances B. Connely, Leta Covington, Mary Cummings, Jane Dart, Betty Grant. Second Row: Sara Cecile Heim, Elsa Hoehn, Harriet Kostmayer, Elaine Levy, C. R. Loeb, Mildred Murray, Bertha Paglin, Calesta Rault. Third Row: Anne Marie Roy, Janet Schneider, Caro- line Spiller, Mary Elizabeth Sweat, Louise L. Trinnble, Phyllis L. Vv ' atson, Margaret Williams. C971 PAT STITES President As one and all will agree, these chicks are proudest of the fact that one of their sisters is MARRIED. Prob- ably due to Pond ' s cold cream or Jergens ' lotion. Their activities range from athletics to the equally ridiculous. Their biggest asset is the fact that they have a house party after mid-term exams. We ' ve heard that on these house parties they — oops — Celeste Douglas and Pat Stites are In Collegiate Who ' s Who; Eva Douglas is Secretary of the Stude Council, her stooge on the council is Jackie Labry; they are well represented on Greenbackers and TURK, Betty Monrose being in both; the Intelligentsia are the two Douglasses, LeBlanc, Landry and sometimes Jones who also Is prexy of the thing. Apparently they want it known that they are (that is some of them are) pinned to various local characters, chief among whom is Charles Donnaud. Their rushing consists of numerous hair-pulling contests with the Kappas about whom they say: (2,480 words deleted by censor). The Kappas reply In kind. (See page 98.) • IN FACULTATE Alice Monroe Labouisse • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Mary Alpaugh, ' 42; Betty Ann Barrett, ' 45; Ann Bates, ' 45; Lorraine Bernard, ' 44; Sally Brooks, ' 45; Margie Carrere, ' 45; Titine Clark, ' 44; Sue Cleveland, ' 42; Anita Louise Crozat, ' 45; Mary Ann Hackett Cummins, ' 42. Second Row: Jane Dart, ' 43; Elaine Dicks, ' 44; Celeste Douglas, ' 42; Eva Douglas, ' 43; Corine Eshelman, ' 42; Phoebe Evans, ' 45; Mary Jane Fly, ' 45; Gladys Gay, ' 43; Jane Hackett, ' 45; Joan Harris, ' 45. Third Row: Mary Hercus, ' 44; Lucretia Herrera, ' 45; Chesley Johnson, ' 45; Brucie Jones, ' 43; Virginia Kyle, ' 43; Jacqueline Labry, ' 44; Katherine LaCour, ' 45; Cynthia Landry, ' 43; Katherine LeBlanc, ' 44; Elaine Leverich, ' 42. Fourth Row: Carolyn Marshall, ' 44; Mary Mehaffey, ' 42; Betty Monrose, ' 44; Jean Montgomery, ' 44; Milli Mort, ' 42; Sally Gray Parker, ' 44; Alice Patton, ' 45; Harriott Phelps, ' 45; Courtney Proffltt, ' 44; Ruth Provosty, ' 45. Fifth Row: Betty Shelton, ' 43; Betty Shober, ' 42; Carolyn Sloan, ' 45; Pat Stites, ' 42; Shelby Werlein, ' 43; Ann West, ' 45; Audley Wheeler, ' 45; Barbara Lee Wllhite, ' 43; Lenore Williamson, ' 45. Not in Panel: Eleanor Logan, ' 43; Nancy Miles, Special Sl-udent; Elizabeth Harrison Monrose, Special Student. PI BETA PHI [99] EDITH SMITH President They say that they (I) play bridge; (2) study; (3) are noisy; (4) nosy; (5) nice; (6) double-dippers; (7) double- crossers. Quite an imposing record. They self-admit- tedly mix in anything whether it ' s any of their business or not. This is certainly not a virtue. They have some alleged claims to fame (they say), chief of which is the noisiest thing this side of a naval battle, naturally we mean Spennie Spencer who, by a concerted vote of the music lovers of the university was sent to New York to flabbergast the entire nation with something called the Booglle Wooglie Piggie. The above is con- sidered a doubtful asset by one and all. Besides the above they have numerous members scattered around in campus activities of various importance, to-wit: Col- legiate Who ' s Who, Dotty Ecuyer and Edith Smith; Campus Nite chairman. Dotty Ecuyer. A young lady who was chosen to be soloist with the New Orleans Symphony Orchestra, her name is Miss D. Ecuyer. They also claim positions as business manager of this thing, Newcomb editor of the same; business manager for the Nulla; boss of the French Club (questionable asset, probably a liability). All in all they are indeed all ' round gals, they say. • IN FACULTATE: Mrs. Dagmar Le Breton, Miss Anna E. Many, Miss Gladys Anne Renshaw. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Betty Ann Bartlett, ' 45; Doris Billingsley, ' 44; Joel Bond, ' 44; Margaret Brownson, ' 45; Virginia Brownson, ' 42; Emay Buchanan, ' 44; Patricia Burk, ' 45; Marion Byrne, ' 45; Nan Byrne, ' 45; Alleen Cassegrain, ' 44. Second Row: Sylvia Charbonnet, ' 45; Margaret Dowling, ' 45; Dorothy Ecuyer, ' 43; Innes Ellis, ' 44; Betty Jane Fiedler, ' 45; Ruth Fish- ofer, ' 45; Leia Mae Fournet, ' 44; Jane Gallaher, ' 42; Beth Glass, ' 45; Kath- erine Gould, ' 44. Third Row: Betty Granberry, ' 45; Harriett Greenleese, ' 45; Lana Hummel, ' 45; Moonyeen Marlon, ' 43; Gayle Marschall, ' 42; Helen Mar- schail, ' 43; Margaret Martinez, ' 45; Tommye MIrandona, ' 45; Marion Mize, ' 45; Calista Rault, ' 44. Fourth Row: Rose Marie Robin, ' 44; Jane Sandoz, ' 42; Marion Sandoz, ' 45; Alice Schoenhardt, ' 43; Edith Smith, ' 42; Gloria Spen- cer, ' 45; Mary Elizabeth Sweatt, ' 43; Patricia Wilds, ' 45; Dorothy Wood, ' 45. Not in Panel: June Carpenter, ' 43. ALPHA OMICRON PI [101] ELSA HOEHN President They have been very busy this year — they say. What v i+h a dizzy whirl of parties, dates, banquets, etc., the poor girls haven ' t had time to turn around. This went on until December, then, and we quote, " things be- came soberer. " To bad, eh, girls — but what a hang- over! As is everyone else they are busy knitting, saving silver paper, buying bonds, etc. Oh, yes, they run a lending library at Touro. When she can spare time from Terk, Elsa hloehn raps the gavel. Other officers are Simmons, Cash, Kinabrew, Hopkins and Jones. Where ' s Balmer? They ha ' . ' e two members in Who ' s Who (and who hasn ' t), Nita Kidd and Norinne Vincent. Ah! hlere ' s Balmer, she was in the home- coming court. • IN FACULTATE: Elizabeth Edwards, Clara Lewis Landry, Bertha Latane. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Mary Lloyd Andrews, ' 42; Kathryn Balmer, ' 43; Mary Russell Barrett, ' 45; Bettie Brewster, ' 45; Betty Caldwell, ' 43; Eliz- abeth Calvert, ' 45; Frances Cash, ' 43; Rupert Crebbin, ' 45; Marion Dear, ' 45; Carter Ernst, ' 45. Second Row: Barbara Faulk, ' 45; Carolyn Graham, ' 44; hiarriet hteidler, ' 42; Dorothy hielm, ' 45; Elsa Hoehn, ' 42; Dorothy M. Hopkins, ' 44; Caroline Howell, ' 45; Sara Virginia Jones, ' 42; Mary Kellogg, ' 45; Nita Kidd, ' 43. Third Row: Alice Kirabrew, ' 42; Mimi McConnell, ' 45; Elizabeth Anne McGehee, ' 44; Martha Mitchell, ' 45; Mary Herron Mitchell, ' 45; Ann Moore, ' 45; Betty Morphy, ' 45; Delia O ' Shea, ' 45; Julie Saunders, ' 44; Katherine Saunders, ' 44. Fourth Row: Betty Scott, ' 45; Mildred Anne Simmons, ' 43; Collen Spiller, ' 43; Helen Steele, ' 45; Nadine Steinmayer, ' 45; Betty Stevens, ' 44; Peggy Tullos, ' 45; Barbara Vatter, ' 44; Norrlne Vincent, ' 43; Olive Wise, ' 45. Not In Panel: Gladys Mayer, ' 44; Betty Pope, ' 44. CHI OMEGA [1031 EVELYN SENTER President All propaganda to the contrary, the Kappas are just like the rest of the female social organizations. They give a couple of dances at which the Kappas have a wonderful time, they knit (which Is meritorious), they have their pet charities and so on. All in all it ' s really pretty dull. They are known and reknown for their un- fortunate propensity for accepting Beta pins. There was a time when even — well that ' s another story. They have a custom that we think is unique among sororities, it Is what is called a standards committee. From what we understand Its aim Is to keep the poor freshmen from falling Into the same pitfalls that their older sis- ters have blundered into. It is felt that this is neces- sary due to the proximity of the K A house. Their extra-curricular activities consist mainly of saying that the PI Phi ' s are (Ed. note, at this point there came a brief 50,000 word dissertation on Pi Phi. We don ' t believe that the two are very friendly). • IN FACULTATE: Miss Alice Paricerson, Miss Betty Raymond, Miss Sally Reed, Miss Dorothy Seago, Miss Florence Smith. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: June Barkerding, ' 45; Frances Blackmer, ' 44; Betty Budge, ' 43; Marilyn Bush, ' 45; Catherine Clark, ' 42; Charlotte Clark, ' 45; Helen Clayton, ' 43; Patricia Cook, ' 45; Marion Crawford, ' 45; Sarah Lee Creekmore, ' 43. Second Row: Mary Cutting, ' 44; Nancy Dillard, ' 45; Marion Dureau, ' 44; Betty Durland, ' 44; Dorothy Eaves, ' 45; Jean Flower, ' 45; Dixie Friedericks, ' 44; Alma hiammitt, ' 44; Lillian Hammond, ' 45; Mercedes Harris, ' 42. Third Row: Betty Hill, ' 44; Charlotte Hillyer, ' 44; Mabel Hochendel, ' 44; Sally Holbrook, ' 44; Janet Jones, ' 44; Edith King, ' 45; Harriet Kostmayer, ' 42; Polly Lane, ' 45; Harriet Line, ' 43; Nina Many, ' 45. Fourth Row: Gertrude Munson, ' 45; Georgia Ruth Myers, ' 45; Louise Peterman, ' 45; Virginia Porter, ' 44; Barbara Sanchez, ' 45; Elsa Schwartz, ' 43; Evelyn Senter, ' 43; Virginia Smart, ' 45; Dorothy Westover, ' 45. Not in Panel: Gloria Hill, ' 43; Patricia Tobin, ' 45; Nathalie Scott, ' 44; Lois Jean Young, 44. KAPPA KAPPA [105] MARY CAHAL President The Phi Mu ' s won the Campus Nite Skit Kontest last spring. There can be no doubt about this. Ask one of ' em. Further, Phi Mu has had the highest scholas- tic average of any sorority on the Newcomb campus for the WHOLE session, 1940-41. There can be no doubt about this. Ask em. They, too, have numerous biq-shots on the Newcomb campus, said big-shots being Mary Cahal, president of the Art School; Mary Cahal, vice-president of the stude body; Mary Strahan, secretary of the stude body; Mary Strahan, president of A. S. S., vice-president of the student center coun- cil. And also they are represented in Who ' s Who with . . . you guessed it, Mary Cahal, Mary Strahan and a new one, Phyllis Watson. The yard adjacent to their rooms contains (I) a bar- becue pit; (2) a fish pond (no fish); (3) an old trailer; (4) a 12-pound shot, and (5) a convertible Ford of re- cent vintage. " IN FACULTATE: Eunice Bassich, Kathryn Hanley, Dorothy Nungesser Riccluti, Jean Till, Margaret Lee Wendt. o IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Barbara Allen, ' 45; Ella Jane Blake, ' 44; Barnett Branson, ' 45; Joan Brooks, ' 43; Mary Cahal, ' 42; Else Capo, Law, ' 42; Leta Covington, ' 43; Ann Craig, ' 45; Joyce Cunninghann, ' 44; Alice Daly, ' 44. Second Row: Marjorie Davis, ' 45; Patricia Dillon, ' 44; Kathryn Edwards, ' 43; Dorothy Gotch, ' 45; Constance Granger, ' 44; Doris Gros, ' 44; Rosemary Haas, ' 45; Lucinda hiill, ' 44; Louise hlorn, ' 45; Dorothy hHyatt, ' 44. Third Row: Mary Catherine Kelly, ' 42; Cora Levine, ' 44; Muriel Lyons, ' 42; Ina Claire Madden, ' 44; Roberta Martin, ' 45; Toby McCarty, ' 45; Elaine McFaul, ' 45; Jane McNiven, ' 43; Adele Redditt, ' 45; Winnie Stafford, ' 45. Fourth Row: Mary Sue Strahan, ' 42; Lydia Tilden, ' 45; Amelie Umbach, ' 45; Marie Louise Wakeman, ' 42; Phyllis Watson, ' 43; Ruth Gordon Watts, ' 44; Mary Louise Weber, ' 43; Marian Wetzel, ' 44; Shirley Wiederecht, ' 44; Claire Mae Zander, ' 45. PHI MU [107] CAROLYN ROBBERT President Celebrated their ninetieth anniversary last spring in Hot Springs (hot water), Va. . . . Quite a shindig, they describe It as being beautiful but we know what they mean. . . . Moved Into new quarters last fall for no apparent reason, but again we know. . . . They wish to go on record as saying that rushing was a lot of fun (!)... first people ever known to make such a statement. . . . hlonored (?) their pledges with several (two) informal parties, Including a Winter For- mal . . . when will a sorority do something different? . . . effusively greeted their Province Prexy . . . darned near broke em . . . then the actives caught back when they told the pledges to give them a round of parties . . . apparently they go from one round of their own parties to another . . . very monotonous. o FRATER IN FACULTATE Mrs. Charlotte Boatner • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Ruth Albrecht, ' 42; Jean Bonner, ' 43; Betty Sue Burns, ' 44; Marjorle Burt, ' 45; Frances Connelly, ' 43; Nejada Due, ' 44; Erwin Gant, ' 42; Gloria Gaunt, ' 43; Nellie Mae Gunn, ' 42. Second Row: Elvia hlamilton, ' 42 EInnire Le Blanc, ' 43; Dorothy Magee, ' 45; Marie Marquer, ' 43 Joy Mayer, ' 44; Rose Mary Mayes, ' 43; Virginia Maxwell, ' 44 Mildred Murray, ' 42; Frances Oden, ' 43. Third Row: Lillian Palmer, ' 43; Christine Paris, ' 45; Robertine Rhymes, Law, ' 42; Carolyn Robbert, ' 42; Josephine Robertson, ' 44; Hazel Schofield, ' 45; Marion Starts, ' 42; Elizabeth Watters, ' 44; Yvonne Wood- ward, ' 42. Not In Panel: Azaleigh Baker, ' 45; Marjorie Kister, Med., ' 44. ALPHA DELTA PI [1091 BARBARA MARTIN President Something about Theta Lips smiling . . . others laugh . . . turned their jernt into a first- aid station after rush week and revived each other (why?) . . . got all tangled up in politics and came away with three or four offices . . . at Christmas they threw a party for their four children (censored) . . . they then came up with a Christmas formal, the highlight of which was a genteel brawl among the sisters to see who would get whose picture took . . . they then provided the dorm gals with a real feed (rushees attention!) at the annual banquet . . . after above it is easy to believe the rumor that they are broke. • IN FACULTATE Mildred Christian, Adele M. Drojet • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Charlotte Ashley, ' 44; Peggy Baker, ' 45; Wilma Baker, ' 43; Grace Beatrous, ' 42; Florence Benson, ' 43; Mary G. Berthier, ' 42; Virginia Bres, ' 46; Statira Butman, ' 45; Anne Crane, ' 45. Sec- ond Row: Talicia Crawford, ' 45; Alice Dayries, ' 42; Shirley Dunlap, ' 44; Carol Jean Fraser, ' 44; LaReine Gladden, ' 42; Jane Gottschall, ' 45; Betty Grant, ' 43; Susan Greer, ' 42; Mary Grey, ' 46. Third Row: Betty Harris, ' 45; Elaine htedges, ' 45; Anne hHenderson, ' 45; Polly Hoffman, ' 43; Isabelle Holland, ' 43; Polly Huddleston, ' 43; Margaret Joachim, ' 43; Clayton Kil- patrlck, ' 45; Mary Knight, ' 45. Fourth Row: Marjorle Lewis, ' 44; Barbara Mann, ' 45; Barbara Martin, ' 44; Shirley Martin, ' 44; Aleene Mueller, ' 45; Patty Northway, ' 45; Barbara Jane Peck, ' 43; Elleonora Perrilliat, ' 44; Kath- ryn Simmons, ' 44. Fifth Row: Barbara Stewart, ' 45; Betty Strachan, ' 42; Gwen Buhler Talbot, ' 42; Jean Terzia, ' 42; Dorothy Upchurch, ' 45; Betty Waggaman, ' 45; Mary Lucille Ward, ' 43; Jean Whidden, ' 44; Dorothy White, ' 45; Harriet White, ' 42. Not in Panel: Mary B. Haney, ' 44. KAPPA ALPHA THETA [lUJ EVALYN STOLAROFF President Being different, or trying to be anyway, from the ordinary run of the mill sororities, the A. E. Phi ' s, like the Sigma Chi ' s, don ' t go in for this president, vice- president stuff. They have a dean and a sub-dean. They are, respectively, Evalyn Stolaroff, who acts, and Julienne Benjamin, who is pinned to a guy. Their big- gest moment came when they agreed to forego cor- sages for their formal and turn the money over to the British War Relief. The B. W. R. immediately coun- tered with cute little buttons for the girls. This might have gone back and forth forever but one of the par- ties ran out of dough and we don ' t mean the B. W. R. They call special attention to Muriel Silber who is pres- ident of the Archery Club and " loves her shooting. " They are, they say, well represented on the campus. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Julienne Benjamin, ' 43; Betty Bloch, ' 45; Gloria Brown, ' 45; Bertha Bodenheimer, ' 44; Marjorie Cahn, ' 44; Doris Crane, ' 44; Jean Dresner, ' 44; Carol Dreyfous, ' 44; Jean Elbe, ' 44; Elaine Feld, ' 44. Second Row: Suzanne Feld, ' 44; Janice Ginsberg, ' 42; Gail Haus- man, ' 42; Carolyn Heldman, ' 45; Julia He zfeld, ' 43; Jacqueline Hayman, ' 43; Dorothy Hiller, ' 42; hiilda Hirsch, ' 44; Jeen hHirsch, ' 44; hHarriet hlynnan, ' 45. Third Row: Jane Lazard, ' 43; Edith Levy, ' 45; Jo Ellyn Levy, ' 45; Audrey Liber- man, ' 44; Emily Lou Lipper, ' 45; Blanche Lischkoff, ' 42; Carolyn Loeb, ' 43; Betty Lowenstein, ' 45; Fleurette Lurie, ' 42; Emily Mayer, ' 45. Fourth Row: Bertha Paglin, ' 42; Jo Ann Plncus, ' 45; Sylvia Rollick, ' 44; hianna Bettye Prins, ' 42; Dorothy Rolnick, ' 45; Julanne Rose, ' 45; Jean Rosenberg, ' 45; Selma Schonbrun, ' 44; Jane Seidenbach, ' 43. Fifth Row: Muriel Selver, ' 42; Jane Sherman, ' 43; Ruth Simon, ' 45; Peggy Sporberg, ' 44; Jeanet Steckler, ' 42; Evalyn Stolaroff, ' 43; Sylvia Weill, ' 43; Rita Worms, ' 43; Lorraine Wormser, ' 43. ALPHA EPSILON PHI 0 fV [113] LOUISE TRIMBLE President J Been on the campus for all of fifteen years . . . amused themselves with a Founder ' s Day Birthday Party with ice cream n ' cake n ' other sundries (non-alcoholic) . . . adopted a family at Christmas (amusement?) ... the usual winter dance . . . also the usual knitting . . . optimis- tically plan a banquet In May . . . brag about Pic who is in the Theatre, Sugar Williams, otherwise known as the Texas Tornado, Louise Trimble who is vaguely responsible for the out- fit and has her fingers In practically everything on the campus . . . they wind up by saying that they are looking forward to a big year soon. • FRATER IN FACULTATE Rose LeDIeu Mooney • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. First Row: Robin Ahrens, ' 45; Ruth Barrow, ' 45; Tilly Broussard, ' 45; Doris Bryan, ' 44; Dale Buchanan, ' 45; Ethelyn Cousin, ' 42; Marguerite Cousin, ' 44; Jean Hayward, ' 42. Second Row: Rosemary Janssen, ' 45; Jane John- son, ' 45; Eleanor Kidd, ' 45; Mabel McMurray, ' 44; Shirley Pic, ' 44; Patricia Platte, ' 45; Helen Pope, ' 45; Cala Sue Reid, ' 45 Marjorie Rotharmel, ' 45. Third Row: Margaret Schilling, ' 45 Elizabeth Schmidt, ' 43; Jo Anne Smith, ' 44; Louise Trimble, ' 42 Susan Uhl, ' 45; Carol Vanderburg, ' 45; Shirley Van Lue, ' 42 Phyllis Wilkinson, ' 45; Margaret Anne Williams, ' 43. Not in Panel: Anne Keeney, ' 43. ZETA TAU ALPHA 1115] AUDREY FLAUTT President Audrey Flautt is prexy. . . . Dot Schreiber Is next in line of procession. . . . Sororities always seem to have two secretaries. . . . Yvonne (recording secre- tary) and Mary Margaret Verlander (corresponding secretary) are these two. hHelen Duvic is knitting a money-bag and has been busily procuring the contents thereof all year. Astounded rushees with such sundry things as Eskimo, Mexican, Red and White checkered parties. Once entertained pledges of the other sorori- ties with a Circus Party, including Pink Lemonade, Clowns, Peanuts et al. . . . They have been knitting sweaters, sweaters and more sweaters for the Red Cross. This year they have decided to purchase a Defense Bond with some of the money that usually goes toward their Spring Formal. They present an English award each year to the sophomore attaining the highest average. (Editor ' s note: It Is needless to sav that the above was written by a Beta Sigma Omicron.) • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Yvonne Anderson, ' 43; Margery Berry, ' 45; Hope Cheney, ' 44; lone Drackett, ' 45; Helene Duvic, ' 43; Dorothy Dyke, ' 43; Beryle Elmendorf, ' 45. Second Row: Au- drey Flautt, ' 43; Frances Fort, ' 45; Muriel Fournet, ' 45; Shirley Car- rot, ' 42; Dorothy hHartley, ' 42; Thora hHickerson, ' 45; Gloria Huttner, ' 45; Jerry Liddell, ' 44. Third Row: Shirley LIddell, ' 44; Jennie Mayer, ' 42; Grace Murphy, ' 44; Norris Mary Murphy, ' 44; Louise Ramoneda, ' 43; Marlon Reese, ' 45; Anna Marie Roy, ' 43; Ethelyn Schnnidt, ' 44. Fourth Row: Dorothy Schneider, ' 44; Janet Schneider, ' 42; Dorothy Schrelber, ' 43; Audrey Schubert, ' 45; Mary Margaret Verlander, ' 43; Audrey Vicknair, ' 45; Betty Vor- busch, ' 45; Alma Young, ' 43. Not in Panel: Mary Ann Follett, ' 43; Yvonne Keifer, ' 45. BETA SIGMA OMICRON tll7] MARIE LOUISE CUQUET President They got founded at Miami University in 1902 by the first six women to be admitted to the joint. It Is the only N. P. C. sorority there. (Ed. Is that for or against them?) They claim a number of national projects each of which Is designed to do somebody some good. This Is questionable. The national outfit claims a number of distinctions, chief of which Is a quarterly publication and something or other called State Day. The latter is rather obscure and is not generally mentioned. They are proudest of their Trio, Ida Mae hHayden, Marie Cuquet, and Betty Lyie, who sing " Jim " or something. Other hot shots Include Betty Beyer and Miriam Wild. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Jane Alwes, ' 43; Betty Beyer, ' 42; Estelle Brunila, ' 42; Gloria Colle, ' 45; Marie Louise Cuquet, DELTA ZETA ' 43; Mary Jane Dingey, ' 44; June Elliot, ' 43; Josephine Faust, ' 45; Betty Finnegan, ' 44. Second Row: Ida Mae Hayden, ' 44; Jeanne Klepinger, ' 43; Shirley Kross, ' 44; Merrel Loubat, ' 45; Betty Blain Lyie, ' 45; Gloria Marks, ' 45; Nettye Menendez, ' 44; Merle Myrick, ' 45; Georgette Robert, ' 45; Bettye Schattenberg, ' 45; Georganne Schmidt, ' 44; Ann Trellis, ' 45; Purlta Trellis, ' 45; Mlrian Viosca, ' 45; Lucille Vender hHaar, ' 45; Dolores Watts, ' 44; Miriam Wild, ' 42. Not in Panel: hHelen Eble, ' 44; Kathleen Roome, Law, ' 45; Beryl Roy, Graduate School, ' 42; Muriel Smith, ' 44. [119] Founded at Hunter College in 1913. Established at Tulane in 1934. Twenty-one Active Chapters. Colors: King Blue and Sold. Flower: American Beauty Rose. PHI SIGMA SIGMA JEANETTE SILBERBERG. President • IN UNIVERSITATE. First Row: Marjorie Cohen, ' 44; Ruth Feldman, ' 42; Ruth Goldman, ' 43. Second Row: Ruth Gottesman, ' 44; Pauline Greenspan, ' 45; Sara hielm, ' 42. Third Row: Dorothy Levin, ' 44; |i Annelia Levy, ' 45; Eialne Levy, ' 43; Vera Levy, ' 45. Fourth Row: Bessie Pallet, ' 44; Beulah Pallet, ' 45; Ruth Rosen, ' 44; Jeanette Silberberg, ' 43. Not in Panel: Adeline A. Rabln- owitz, ' 42. a lie Organized in April, 1923, for the purpose of securing cooperafion among the several fraternities, and pre- serving standards of membership. MEDICAL PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL JOSEPH T. AINSWORTH, President • OFFICERS: Joseph T. Ainsv orth, President; J. W. Dodson, Jr., Vice- President; J. L. Edwards, Secretary- Treasurer. • MEMBERS, Alpha Kappa Kappa: T. C. Keller, C. hH. hlouse. Nu Sigma Nu: John W. Dodson, Jr., J. L. Ed- wards. Phi Chi: Joseph T. Ainsworth, Daryl P. h arvey. Phi Delta Epsilon: Julian Weiner, Jerome Hirsch. Phi Lambda Kappa: Arnold Royals, Ben Groner. Phi Rho Sigma: John T. Karaphillis, Maurice W. Geldert. Theta Kappa Psi: Robert C. Ball, A. Appleyard. First Row: Joseph T. Ainsworih, Arthur Appleyard. Jr., Robert C. Ball, John W. Dodson, Jr. Second Row: Joshua L, Edwards. M. W. Geldert. E. B. Groner. Daryl P. Harvey. Third Row: Jerome B. Hirsch. Jr.. Curtis R. House, John T. Karaphillis. Fourth Row: Theodore C. Keller. Arnold Royals, Julian Weiner. I 1 Founded at University of Vermont and Louisville Medical School Consolidated In 1905; established at Tulane in 1902. Sixty-five Chapters. Colors: Olive Green and White. Flower: Lily of the Valley. Pro- fessional Medical Fraternity. PHI CHI JOSEPH T, AINSWORTH, President • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Dr. Georeg E. P. Barnes. Dr. Charles C. Bass, Dr. W. R. Brewster, Dr. Eugene Countiss, Dr. William Douglas, Dr. William Ehlert, Dr. E. D. Fenner, Dr. A. V. Fried- richs, Dr. Mims Gage. Dr. Thomas A. Glass, Dr. John T. Halsey, Dr. William H. Harris, Dr. Tilgh- man Herring, Dr. Chaille Jamieson, Dr. Robert C. Kelleher, Dr. H. W. Kostmayer, Dr. Edwin H. Lawson, Dr. Francis E. LeJune, Dr. George King Logan, Dr. Randolph Lyons. Dr. H. R. Mahorner, Dr. John Menville. Dr. Leon Menville, Dr. Hilliard Miller, Dr. Ruble Moor, Dr. Neal Owens, Dr. Frank Ramsay, Dr. Spears Randall, Dr. Robert league. Dr. Perry Thomas, Dr. P. J. Thomas, Dr. William F. Thomas, Dr. Roy H. Turner, Dr. Willard R. Wirth. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Jo- seph T. Ainsworth, ' 42; William M. Allums, ' 44 Homer 0- Appleby. ' 44; Frank J. Baird, ' 42 Geroge S. Barnes. ' 42; Arnold Baum, ' 45; J. J Bennett. ' 43; Hugh Lee Boyd. ' 44; Hal D. Broad head. ' 42. Second Row: J. A. Chamberlain, ' 42 Jesse Colley. ' 44; James C. Crabtree, ' 43; Ed ward Crawford. ' 45; Whitmarsh Crumpton, ' 42 P. M. Davis, ' 43; Lorry C. Delambre, ' 42; John Deming. ' 45: Hansen Dupont. ' 45. Third Row E. Edward Ellis. ' 43; Robert S. Ellis, ' 44; Theodore Everett, ' 44; R. D. Field. ' 42; G. B. Flagg. ' 42 Joe Gardner. ' 43; George J. Gatoura, ' 43; J. B Gilbert. ' 42; Stephen Graham. ' 45. Fourth Row Robert Graves. ' 45: Lee E. Hale, ' 43; Longstreet C. Hamilton, ' 44; Daryl P. Harvey, ' 43; Willard Hearin, ' 44; James J. Hicks. ' 44; William I. Hjnt, ' 42; Lee W. Johnson. ' 43; James L. Jordan, ' 42. Fifth Row: Charles Knight, ' 45; Charles S. Lane, Jr., ' 44; Richard Langford. ' 44; Woodrow W. Lovell, ' 42; James Meadows, ' 44; James Mer- ritt, ' 44; Charles B. Mitchell, ' 42: K. Ramsay O ' Neal. ' 43; Donald F. Overdyke. ' 42. Sixth Row: Charles A. Patterson. ' 42; Marcel Patterson, ' 43; Charles H. Petteway, ' 43; Frank M. Philipi, ' 43; James Prose, ' 45; Quentin Randolph. ' 45; John Riddler, ' 43; W. E. Riley. ' 42; Harry Rollings. ' 43. Seventh Row: Eugene St. Martin. ' 44; Edward Shapard. ' 44; Trippe Slade, ' 45; Wyman Sloan, ' 45; Albert Spaar, Jr.. ' 45; J. Paul Swearingen, ' 43: Knox Tate. ' 43; T. J. Thompson. ' 43; August B. Turner. ' 44; David Varn, ' 44; James Ward, ' 45; W. Charles Warner. ' 43; MacMurray Wil- kins, Jr., ' 44; Jack Wilkinson. ' 45; Joseph Wil- son. ' 42. Not In Panel: Wiley Alliston, ' 45; Au- gustus W. Anderson, ' 43; R. F. Bass. Jr.. ' 45; Jack Bevil. ' 45; Nino Bologna. ' 45; E. George Burson, Jr.. ' 44; Cavitt Cookston. ' 45; Allen Ellender. ' 45; William Faulk. ' 45; Walter C. Friday, ' 43; F. B. Gooch, ' 43; John K. Griffith, ' 44; Zeno Holt, ' 45; Frank W. Hudgins, ' 44; Albert C. Kimbriel. ' 44; William Linns. ' 45; Gordon Nix, ' 44; Thomas Prideaux. ' 45; Gordon Smith. ' 45; William L. Smith. ' 43: William Spencer. ' 45; Dennis W. Sullivan, ' 43; John Teverbaugh. ' 45; David Wright, ' 45; Roy Young. ' 43. ' Founded at Darfmoufh Medical College In the year 1888; established at Tulane in 1903. Forty-five Ac- tive Chapters. Colors: Dartmouth Green and White. ALPHA KAPPA RAPPA JOHN G. WAFER, President • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Dr. Oscar W. Bethea, Dr. William P. Bradburn, Dr. Joseph E. Brierre, Dr. Donovan C. Brov ne, Dr. Ralph J. Christman, Dr. James C. Cole, Dr. Conrad G. Collins, Dr. Robert C. Day Dr. James F. Gavin, Dr. Hermann B. Gessner, Emeritus; Dr. Lloyd J. Hanckes. Dr. Ralph H. hieeren. Dr. John S. hHer- ring, Dr. Charles S. hiolbrook. Dr. Edward L. King, Dr. Joseph D. Landry, Dr. Edward L. Levert, Dr. hiarry D. Morris, Dr. Emile Naef, Dr. Joseph A. Sabatier, Dr. Court- land P. Smith, Dr. Wilbur C. Smith, Dr. Theodore L. Sonlat, Dr. Paul T. Talbot, Dr. Richard W. Vincent, Dr. Theodore A. Watters, Dr. Travis WInsor. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: John T. Barwick, ' 43; hiarold Beddoe, 43; Grant F. Begley, ' 44; William Beyer, ' 45; Joseph Bistowish, ' 43. Second Row: Norman Booker, ' 44; George H. Brandeau, ' 42; Arthur A. Calre, ' 43; William Carrl- gan, ' 44; Bearden Cunningham, ' 44. Third Row: Stuart DeLee, ' 42; Raymond Dross, ' 45; Robert Freckleton, ' 45; Curtis House, ' 43; Wallace Hunter, ' 45. Fourth Row: Ted C. Keller, ' 42; Hanckes Klein, ' 42; Harold McCrea, ' 45; Ted Millinger, ' 43; Charles V. Menendez, ' 43. Fifth Row: Robert Moore, ' 45; Joseph H. Morris, ' 42: Claude M. Pasquler, ' 43; Merrill Prows, ' 45; William Rawlings, ' 43. Sixth Row: Frank Ruys, ' 45; Joseph Schlosser, ' 42; Warren Sergent, ' 42; Gordon Soileau, ' 44; Horace Stovall, ' 43; John G. Wafer, ' 43. Not in Panel: William Bendel, ' 44; Roy Hughes, ' 45; David Labouisse, ' 44; J. P. Melvin, ' 43; Charles Mockbee, ' 45; Charles Miller, ' 44; Anton Reel, ' 45. JACK SIMONS, President • IN FACULTATE: Dr. Rufus H. Alldredge, Dr. J. N. Ane, Dr. Robert Bernhard, Dr. Charles L. Brown, Dr. Wiley R. Bjffington, Dr. J. A. Col- clough. Dr. Alex R. Crebbin, Dr. William H. Gillentine, Dr. Paul G. Lacroix, Dr. Henry E. Menage, Dr. Joseph W. Reddoch, Dr. Paul W. Renken, Dr. Howard H. i ussell, Dr. Louis A. Toth. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Robert Allen, ' 43: Robert Anderson, ' 45: Arthur Appleyard. ' 43: J. W. Austin, ' 42t Robert Ball, ' 42: John J. Barnes, ' 45; Walter Batson, ' 43: Jack Bergfeld, ' 43. Second Row: Harold Bevil, ' 45: Ralph Bill- ington, ' 45: James L. Booth, ' 44; Ralph Bowman, ' 45: William Bradley, ' 42; Claude Buerger, Jr., ' 45: Charles J. Burnham, ' 44; M. B. Burrls, ' 43. Third Row: R. A. Carsley, ' 42; Andrew Carroll, Jr., ' 42; Ben Cobb, ' 44: Clyde A. Curtis, ' 45: V. A Davidson, ' 42; W. D. Davis, Jr., ' 43; Frank R. Denman, ' 45; Ted Dombrosky, ' 44. Fourth Row: J. L. Dunagin, ' 43; Guy Dunning, ' 42 Robert W. Ferguson, ' 43: Samuel Fertitta, ' 43 William D. Fitzgerald, ' 43; William Futch, ' 42 Richard Garre, ' 42; J. T. Garren, Jr., ' 43. Fifth Row: Joseph Allen Gibson, ' 43: David G. Green- lees. ' 43; Richard Hamill, ' 43; Jack Hays, 43: Robert Hays, ' 45; Winston Heibner, ' 42: Marion Hurt, ' 43: Clifton Hutto, ' 45. Sixth Row: George N. Irvine, ' 43; Morris Kilgore, ' 42; Elton McAmis, ' 42; Leeves McCarty, ' 42; George Manning, ' 44; James C. Martin, Jr., ' 44; James Mills, ' 42; J. U. Morrison, ' 44. Seventh Row: George E. Mueh- leck, Jr., ' 45; Lee Roy Murphree, ' 42: Gordon Nicoll, ' 45; Ben Parker, ' 43; Ray T. Parmley, ' 44; Floyd L. Peninger, ' 42; Walter D. Pressley, ' 45: Jack Simons, ' 42. Eighth Row: J. J. Slaugenhop, ' 44; Samuel Smelsey, ' 44; Denton Smith, ' 45: Rob- ert Smith, Jr., ' 42; Philip Taylor, ' 45: Durwood Thibodaux, ' 44; Louis I. Tyler, Jr., ' 43; G. I. Walker, ' 42. Ninth Row: Thomas H. Wallace, ' 45: Joseph Ward, ' 42; W. R. Whitehouse, ' 42; Charles Wilson, ' 43; Claude Workman, Jr., 42: Bennett H. Young, ' 45; James E. Young, ' 45. Not in Panel: Duff Austin, ' 45; Joseph Gale, ' 43: Jesse L. Henderson, ' 44; Meredith Maiiory, ' 44; G. H. Savage, Jr., ' 43; Norman W. Todd, ' 44. Founded at Medical College of Virginia in the year 1879; established at Tulane in 1904. Thirty-one Active Chapters. Colors: Gold and Green. Flower: Red Rose. THETA KAPPA PSI ' 1 _- |-;i Founded at University of Michigan in year of 1882; established at Tulane in 1910. Forty Active Chap- ters. Colors: Wine and White. Flower: Red Car- nation. N U SIGMA N U THOMAS HART BAKER. President f% f • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Dr. John J. Archi- nard, Dr. Phillip J. Bayon, Dr. Edgar Burns. Dr. Octave C. Cassegrain, Dr. John S. Couret, Dr. Charles Craig, Emeritus; Dr. Charles Duval, Dr. H. Echols, Dr. Irving Hardesty, Enneritus; Dr. George Hardin, Dr. William Harris, Jr., Dr. War- ren H. Herbert, Dr. Clement R. Jones, Dr. Phillip H. Jones, Dr. Lucien Landry, Dr. Frank Lock, Dr. Meries G. Lynch, Dr. Rudolph Matas, Emer- itus; Dr. Edward D. Matthews, Dr. Alton Ochsner. Dr. Albert B. Pitkin, Dr. John G. Pratt, Dr. Am- brose H. Storck, Dr. Martin T. Van Studdiford, Dr. Richard P. VIeth, Dr. E. Garland Walls. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Thomas Hart Baker, ' 42; Charles F. Beckert, 43; William P. Bradburn, III, ' 42; Richard H. Butler. ' 42; Claud G. Callender, ' 42: Martin D. Clai- borne, Jr., ' 44. Second Row: Wayland T. Cop- pedge, Jr., ' 43; Arthur C. Davidson, ' 42; John W. Dodson, ' 42; Joshua L. Edwards, ' 43; Kenneth B. Everts, ' 44; George E. Felknor, Jr., ' 43. Third Row: John R. Glover, ' 42; Jerry 8. Gwin, ' 43; Martin B. Harthcock, Jr.. ' 44; Stanford F. Hart- man. ' 42; Alfred Quinn Hyde, ' 43; Leonard K. Knapp. ' 44. Fourth Row: William Nash Kyle. " 42: Rudolph M. Landry, ' 42; Henry Laurens, Jr.. ' 44; John Laurens, II, ' 44; Madison J. Lee, Jr.. ' 44; Frank H. Lindeman, Jr.. ' 43. Fifth Row: William G. Nichols, Jr., ' 42; Richard E. Nicholson, ' 42: John W. Overstreet. Jr., ' 43; John Y. Pearce, ' 43: James E. Pridgen, ' 43; Charles S. Prosser. Jr., ' 44. Sixth Row: William P. Ramey, ' 44; William C. Robinson, ' 42; Raphael Ross, ' 44; George T. Schneider, ' 44; Jack Quinby Sloan, ' 44; Charles D. Taylor, Jr., ' 43. Seventh Row: Petty K. Thomas, Jr., ' 43; Henry H. Tift, III, ' 42; William N. Valentine, ' 42; John C. Walker. Jr., ' 42; Robert B. Wallace, Jr., ' 43. Not in Panel: Ralph C. Bethea, ' 44; Norman R. Black, ' 44; John Duron Browning, ' 44; Osmond D. Dabbs, ' 44; Melvin R. McCaskill, ' 44; Joseph R. Mighell, III ' 44; Ernest L. Posey, Jr., ' 44; Harold Redd, Jr., ' 44. Founded at Northwestern University In the year of 1890; established at Tulane in 1918. Thirty-six Active Chapters. Colors: Scarlet and Gold. PHI R H SIGMA HARRY L. ZENGEL, JR., President • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Sidney Bliss, M.D.; Roy E. de la Houssaye, M.D.; Hugo T. Englehardt, M.D.; John B. Gooch, M.D.; Carl Granberry, M.D.; S. Holson, M.D.; Lloyd J. Kuhn, M.D., Jacques A. Magna, M.D.; Anees Mogabgab, M.D.; Marvin Smith, M.D.: R. M. Street, M.D.; Robert A. Strong, M.D.: William A. Wag- ner, M.D. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Emile BertuccI, ' 45; Michael Boust- any, ' 44; Art Callx, ' 44; George Cuellar, ' 44; Ferdinand J. Dastugue, Jr., ' 45. Sec- ond Row: Chares Daunis, ' 43; Leiand P. Durant, ' 42; John Albert Garcia, ' 42; George V. Gardiner, ' 42; Maurice W. Geldert, ' 43. Third Row: John Theo Kara- phillls, ' 42; John J. A. Levy, ' 42; Daniel Lubrano, ' 45; Adrian Rich, ' 44; John SIl- verlo, ' 45. Fourth Row: Pedro A. Suau Perez, ' 42; Johnson Lee Turnage, ' 42 hiarry L. Zengel, Jr., ' 42. Not in Panel Jack Corbitt, ' 44; htoward Crawford, ' 45 Shepard Jerome, ' 44; hlarold Morris, ' 43 Albert W. Magnltzky, ' 44; Raphael NIeto ' 44. Founded at Cornell University !n year of 1904; estab- lished at Tulane in 1918. Fifty-three Active Chapters. Colors: Purple and White. Flower: Hyacinth. PHI DELTA EPSILON JULIAN WIENER, Preiidcnt • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Dr. Emile Block, Dr. Irving S. Glassberg, Dr. Abe Golden, Dr. Allen Gold- man, Dr. Julian Granbath, Dr. Louis K. Levy, Dr. Paul L Marks, Dr. Harry Meyer, Dr. Melvin D. Steiner. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. First Row: Harvey J. Annsterdam, ' 44; Isadore S. Dravin, ' 45; Harry B. Greenberg, ' 43. Second Row: Je- ronne B. Hirsch, Jr., ' 43; Warren M. Jacobs, ' 42; Jerome B. Katz, ' 44. Third Row: Willard L. Marmeizat, ' 44; Melvin M. Rosenthal, ' 44; Irwin C. Schneider, ' 45. Fourth Row: Sol B. Stern, Jr., ' 44; Alvin W. Strauss, Jr., ' 43; Mortimer S. Weinstein, ' 43- Julian Wiener, ' 42. Founded at University of Pennsylvania in 1907; estab- lished at Tulane in 1910. Twenty-four Active Chap- ters. Colors: Blue and White. Flower: Century Plant. PHI LAMBDA KAPPA ARNOLD ROYAL, President • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Dr. Wilfred Finkelstein, Dr. Sidney Ja- cobs, Dr. Isadore Robbins, Dr. J. D. Russ, Dr. B. B. Weinsteln. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Robert Alexander, ' 45; Philip S. Bergnnan, ' 45; Bernard Blutstein, ' 45; Gene G. Carp, ' 45. Second Row: Signnund Chessid, ' 44; Julius Finkelstein, ' 44; Mervin Fisch- man, ' 44; Israel Fisher, ' 43. Third Row: Ben Groner, ' 43; Sidney Itz- koff, ' 45; Gorman Jaffe, ' 44; Wil- liam Leon, ' 43. Fourth Row: Alan J. Leonard, ' 45; Norman J. Levy, ' 45; David S. Light, ' 45; Randolph A. London, ' 45. Fifth Row: Leslie I. Lukash, ' 45; Morton B. Morgan, ' 45; Herb Perr, ' 45; Meyer Rosenbaum, ' 45; Arnold Royal, ' 42; Jerome J. Spitzer, ' 45. Not in Panel: Bernard M. Altschuler, ' 44; Irwin Joffe, ' 45; Robert Picard, ' 44; Felix Seigman, ' 44; Edmund Utkov, ' 45. I np Founded at University of Michigan in fhe year of 1890; established at Tulane in 1919. Twenty-four Active Chapters. Colors: Black, White, and Green. Flower: White Carnation. ALPHA EPSILON IOTA ATTIE GAINES LEEVES. Presidenf • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Dr. Wilhelmina Bacher, Dr. Marie Dees- Mattingley, Dr. Grace Goldsmith, Dr. Louise Ireland-Frey, Dr. Maud Loeber, Dr. Georglana von Longeo- man. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE: Attie Gaines Leeves, Trinidad M. Ramos, Lillian H. Robinson, Virginia Shipman. Not in Panel: Sara Griffin Mills, Anne Reagan, Lillian Harris Robinson, Uca Simms, Margaret Stuntz, Carolyn Talley. THIS SECTIDIV CDIVTAIIVS SOME DF THOSE GIRLS WHOM THE EHITDH BELIEVES HAVE BEAUTY MH CHARM, ALOIVG WITH SOME OF THE PERSONALITIES OF TULAIVE AlVD IVEWCOMR-ALL DF WHICH COMES UIVDER THE HEAD OF ry€WtU ' € f . f. - 1 •(!? ViA t ' it MISS CARTER ERNST i MISS SYLVIA C hi A R B O N N E T ■ t v 0 . ' . v . ' MISS LETTy MIR ANNE MISS ANN CRANE imiintiimiiiinai iJr MISS LOUISE NELSON T MISS BETTY G R A C E SCOTT ,» ' " sT Blaclcouf boogie. Lover-boy Lill shoveling it out. Commerce studes get stewed " Ec " and " Mother " Ray i (with Instructors). a rug. DAN :%y i - 9 yw i ' M e- ' - ' 4 1 Crowds watch " Ol ' Man Now look at the birdie Mose (a slic in the process k chiclten crowing ' Dream-boaf rocking " a+ a Saddle-shoe Stomp. A formal drag — and we do mean drag. The " Y ' s " excuse for this — to honor the frosh. C E S Hawaii, here I come!! A la Arthur Murray stooges. Newcomb sirens await the call to action. who ' s that on your left, Lu — Slop pulling my leg, Woman. Farewell to an unbeaten team. As It appeared to the photographer. Set that 7 ! l? light outa my eyes. TRIPS Sweating blood in the Rice fiasco. Did you smell that sour one? ' Roused Rice roo+ers. This bird cooked our goose. To the right, top to bottom: This way to your seat. pal. Deep in the heart of Texas. " Yes, indeed! " we at least have a band. Just arrived and ready to blow. That isn ' t Wheeler in her coat, EIroy. . •r-T-- " .. (fiffT ' " . -rf- ■■ ' ■ ' ' - ' 1. Some group put on fhls sitit at Newcomb — you guess. 2. Refugees from a draft board register for civilian defense. 3. Christmas comes In spite of Pearl Harbor. 4. Civil sllp-stlckers at summer camp. 5. Invoking team. 6. The closest we could get to the architects life class. 7. A great, big, helluva sompin aruther — maybe. 8. " Smiling Bob, " was your hand perspiring? 9. Weil man goes wild. 10. A. P. O. " Books for service men " drive. I I. She was waiting for Santa Claus, 12. Our country cousins entertain with " Tiger Rag. " 13. High-schoolers see how Its done. 14. Back for more coffee and sinkers at the Center. 15. Wheeler was bashful the first time. 16. This 15-jewe! model has its points. 17. Wait sees the light — and he ' s NOT on his knees, 18. " I wonder what this is, " THiy SECTION CDIVT VIIVS THE PDRTR IITS AND RECDHDS OF ACHIEVEMENT DP THE STUHENTS IN THE VARIOUS COLLEGES, AS WELL AS SOME INFORMAL SHOTS OF STUHENT LIFE-ALL OF WHICH COMES UNDER THE HEAR F i l ij j 0 KXWxWV OFFICERS STUDENT BODY ROBERT CALVIN BALL President WOODROW WILSON LOVELL Vice-President LONGSTREET CAVETT HAMILTON Secretary ROY O. YOUNG Treasurer SENIOR CLASS CHARLES A. PATTERSON President CHARLES W. WHITMARSH Vice-President ROBERT A. CARSLEY Secretary FRANK J. BAIRD Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS JOHN G. RIDDLER President WILLIAM RAWLINGS Vice-President DENNIS W. SULLIVAN Secretary SOPHOMORE CLASS JESSE COLLEY President KELLER GRIFFITH Vice-President LEONARD KNAPP Secretary EUGENE ST. MARTIN Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS ROBERT GRAVES President WILLIAM F. BEYER Vice-President HAROLD CUMMINS • Treasurer " ' ' HIS ONL ( . l SN. A wti- ,, VV i-- = " - . I c I n E y FIRST COLUMN • NICK JOSEPH ACCARDO, Patterson, Louisiana. • JOSEPH THOMAS AINSWORTH, Raymond, Mississippi; Phi Chi, Kappa Alpha; B,S. Degree, Millsap College; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council, President (4); Owls Club. • JESSE WILLIAM AUSTIN, Forest, Mississippi: Theta Kappa Psi; Owls Club. • WILLIAM AXELROD, Houston, Texas; Kappa Nu. • FRANK JEWELL BAIRD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Chi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Owls Club. • THOMAS HART BAKER, West Helena, Arkansas; Nu Sigma Nu, Delta Tau Delta; B.S. Degree, Wash- ington and Lee; History of Medicine Society; Owls Club. • ROBERT CALVIN BALL, Richton, Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi, Pi Kappa Alpha, Omicron Delta Kappa; Student Body President; History of Medicine Society; Owls Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; Student Council; Honor Council President. • DENZIL GERALD BARKER, Darfork. Kentucky. SECOND COLUMN • GEORGE SPENCER BARNES, Belioni, Mississippi|lBlLChi, Kappa Sigma • WALTER POLK BATSON, Sylacauqa, Al abamJl 1«6t« appa Psi; History of Medicine Society. • BERNARD MORRIS BLUMBERG, Savannah, Georgia; Si ma Alpha Mu - ' T WILLIAM PLUMMER BRADBURN, III, New briians Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu, Beta Theta Pi. • WILLIAM ||flTt« BRAD LEY, JR., Greenvillef%outh CarolifiS; Theta Kappa Psi; B.S. Degree The Citadel. • GEORGE HENO-iBllAbtDAU, Shreveport, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa, Delta Kappa Epsilon; Honor Council (3). • HAL DeV((i,NN BROADHEAD, Montgomery, Alabama; Phi Chi; B.A. Degree, University of Alabama; History of Me Hcine Society.Wi • RICHARD HARVEY BUTLER, Lexington, Kentucky; Nu Sigma Nu, Sigma Chi; History of Medicine Society. m9 " " FIRST ROW • JOSEPH BRENT CALLAHAN, Baton Rouge. Louisiana; Phi Chi. X - J (o v vA V. • CLAUDE GROVER CALLENDER, Edwards. Mississippi; Nu Sigma Nu. Sigma Alpha p fon; History of Medicine Society: Owls Club. • ANDREW JACKSON CARROLL, JR.. New Orleans. Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Sigma; B.S. Degree, Tulane Un ' versity. 14 • ROBERT ARMSTEAD CARSLEY, Canton, Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi; Owls Club; Class Secretary (4). ;N CHAMBERLAIN, Houston. Tex t PJii Chi. • RICHARD HENRY CORALES, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa. -, • SEVMOUR BERKIARD CREPA, Brooklyn, New Yotft iB. egree, Tulane Lfnivw ■stty. jM CHARLES WHITMARSH CRUMPTON, Minden, Louisiana; Phi Chi, Delta Kappa Epsilon; History of J MMedicine Soet hi: Owls Club; Student Body Secretary (2); Honor Council (3); Osss Vice-President (4). WILLIAM GARY CUMBIE, Troy, Alabama; Phi Chi; A.B. Degree, Universit of Alabilnia. • ARTHUR CLEVELAND DAVIDSON, Greenville, Mississippi; Nu Sigma Njilf Delta Kapp Epsilon op n • VANDA ARTHUR DAVIDSON, JR., Ruston, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi; Owls Club. y • -lORRY ,CO( STANTS DELAMBRE, Houston, Texas; Phi Chi; B.A. Degree, Rice Institute. • STUART DeLEE, Shreveport, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa, Lambda Theta Chi. • JOHN WALTER DODSON, JR., Hot Springs, Arkansas; Nu Sigma Nu, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; History • ' - if " edicine Society; Owls Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; B.S. Degree, University of Arkansas. [156] r FIRST COLUMN • SLATER MATHEW DOZIER, Chance, Alabama; Phi Chi, Alpha Epsilon Delta, • GUY JENNINGS DUNNING, JR., Linden, Alabama; Theta Kappa Psi. • LELAND PRIDE DURANT, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Phi Rho Sigma; Intramural Council; Class Secretary (2); Pan-Hellenic Council (2, 3); B.5. Degree, Tulane University. • BEN PICKERING EVANS, Water Valley, Mississippi; Phi Chi, Kappa Alpha; Owls Club. • RICHARD DAVID FIELD, Shaw, Mississippi; Phi Chi, Phi Delta Theta. • GEDDES BROADWELL FLAGG, JR., Gulfport, Mississippi; Phi Chi, Pi Kappa Alpha. • JUDGE WILLIAM FULLER, Norton, Virginia; Pi Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM DUMAS FUTCH, St. Petersburg, Florida; Theta Kappa Psi; History of Medicine Society. SECOND COLUMN • AUGUST VINCENT GAFFORD, Boiling, Alabama; Phi Chi; B.A. Degree. University of Alabama. • JOHN ALBERT GARCIA, Austin, Texas; Phi Rho Sigma; B.A. Degree, Texas University. • GEORGE VICTOR GARDINER, Lafayette, Louisia nf ' ' ' ' ° Sigma. • PETER RICHARD SARRE, Amarillo, Texas; Theta Kappa, Psi. • JAMES BUim TT GiIbERT, Lexington, Keniji 0 ' §%, ' ' ' . ' ' ' ° Theta; B.S. Degree, University of Kentucky. . • ■i S G1 JOHN RICHARD GLOVER, Springfield, Tennessee; Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Theta; History of Medi- LLIKvGttCtTtRIST, Courtland, Alabama; Kappa Sigma; History of Medicine Society. cine Society. • THEODOftt JAMES GR-A BLE. St. Petersburg, Florida; Phi Delta Theta. Alpha Epsilon Delta; B.S. Degree, University of Florida. . ' FIRST ROW HENRY CALVIN GUYNES, Hearne. Texas- , U U. STANFORD FRANKLIN HARTMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu. • GORDON HEALEY, Webb City, Missouri; Theta Kappa PsI. " • WINSTON CHl ftJ jHILL HEIBNER, St. Petersburg, Florida; Theta Kappa Psi; History of Medicine Society. V y ' - l ( . vWVt • WILUAM IRE ' Ssf ' HUNT, Greenville, Missis - hi_ Chi, Alpha Tau Omega; History of Medicine Society; Owls Club • WARREN MAUIHtE JACOBS, New Orleans,_J.py ' si a; Phi Delta Epsij.er!; Delta Epsil - JBB. Deqree. Tulane Uni- NO JARRELL, RuH Kentucki a OW appa Alpha V " " ' JAME?t QSYETTE JORDAN, JR., Huntsville, Alabama; Phi Chi, Pi Kappa JOHN THEO KARAPH1LLI5, Tarpon Springs, Florida; Phi Rho Sigma; Piri- kjknifciCouncil (3, 4) • THEODORE CANEPA KELLER, Jacksonville, Florida; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Pan-tftllenic Council. ' J? - • MORRIS WARDKILSORE, Goose Creek, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi; B.A. Degree, Southern Methodist Unrversityr • JOSEPH HILLIARD KIRBY, JR., MulHns, South Carolina; Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Theta, Omicron Delta Kappa; Kappa Delta Phi; B,S. Degree, Tulane University. ( HANCKES AUGUST KLEIN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa; B.S. Degree, Tulane Uni- versity; Class Vice-President (2). -%i ' i V i FIRST COLUMN • WILLIAM WALSH KYLE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu, Delta Kappa Epsilon; History of Medicine Society. • RUDOLPH MATAS LANDRY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu, Delta Kappa Epsilon; History of Medicine Society; Owls Club. ' ' b».1 ' • ATTIE GAINES LEfVES, Tallulah. Louisiana; IpM ilon lota. • JOHN JACOB Lfey New Orleans, Louisiana; Ph ' l Rlio Sigma, Sigma Plii Epsilon; White Elephants (I). ' ' - ' ..n • WOODRc W WILSON LOVELL, Hot Springs, Arkans jPhi Chi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Student Body Vice-Presidentrf4); n»r)dClub, President (1). I " " • ARTHUR BAINS LUNIN, Brooklyn, New York, B.S. Degree, Tulane University. • ELTON LE McAMIS, Port Gibson, Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi. • RALPH L EVES McCAtlflf, Texarkana, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi; History of Medicine Society. SECOND COLUMN • JAMES THOMAS McQUITTY, Blairstown, Missouri; Owls Club. • HARVEY CRAIG MAY, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma. • JAMES COBB MILLS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Pappa Psi. • CHARLES BALDWYN MITCHELL, JR., Starkville, Mississippi; Phi Chi, Kappa Alpha. • JOSEPH HENRY MORRIS, Maysville, Georgia; Alpha Kappa Kappa, PI Kappa Alpha. • JAMES NICHOLAS MULLINS, Tyler, Texas; Alpha Kappa Kappa, Lambda Chi Alpha. • LEE ROY MURPHREE, Okolona. Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi, Lambda Chi Alpha; History of Medicine Society. • WILLIAM GEORGE NICHOLS, JR., Orlando, Florida; Nu Sigma Nu, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Beta Mu; History of Medicine Society; Class President (4); Freshman Football; Varsity Football (2, 3, 4); Boxing (4). [ 159] FIRST ROW • RICHARD EDWIN NICHOLSON, Dallas, Texas; Nu Sigma Nu, Beta Mu; History of Medicine Society: B.S. Degree, Tulane University. • MYRTLE SMITH-PRUITT, Cheneyville, Loulsian ri ) ■0 " %J ' As yV silorV V • DONALD FENTON OVERDYKE, JR., Shreveport. Louisiana; Phi Chi, Delta Kappa EpsilorP • CHARLES ARCHLY PATTERSON, Brookhaven, Mississippi; Phi Chi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Omicron Delta Kappa; Historjf. f Medicine Society; Owls Club; Class President (4); Honor Council. GER, Alexandria, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. O, Dallas, Texas. • WILLIAM ' HEflff PLAGEMAN, Shiner, Tex jMl) J . y New Orleans, t uisiana; Alph DAD MARGARITA RAMOS ( [keep ff a Epsilon lota fj tMI a WINSTON EREnE RILEY, Eudora, Arkansas; Phi Chi, Sigma Alpha Epsiki • EARL WELCH ROBINSON, Nash, Oklahoma; History of Medicine Society • LILLIAN ETHEL HARRIS ROBINSON, Helena, Oklahoma; Alpha Ejjgfon Iota, Kappf iKappa Gamma Phi Beta Kappa, Chi Delta Phi, Phi Sigma. • WILLIAM CLICK ROBINSON, Lexington, Kentucky; Nu Sigma Nu, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ARNOLD ROYAL, Birmingham, Alabama; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine Society; Pan- Hellenic Council; Baseball (2). 1 . • JOSEPH VINCENT SCHLOSSER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa. Delta Tau Delta, Beta u; History of Medicine Society. [160] I A 0 FIRST COLUMN • WARREN FELIX SERGENT, Whitesburg. Kentucky, Alpha Kappa Kappa. • CHARLES RUSSELL SHERMAN Summerdale. Alabama. • WILLIAM MORGAN SHERRILL, Houston, le%ai; A. Degree, Rice Institute; Owls Club, Secretary. • EDGARDO RAMON SUVA, Rio Piedras, P. R.; Ptii lota Alpha. • JACK HAMBLEN SIMONS, Newgulf, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi, Pi Kappa Alpha. • FEDERICO AWBEIWO SMITH, JR., TegucigalE|f Honduras; |i lota Alpha. ROBERT NELSON SMITH, JR., Mission, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi, Sigma Nu; Honor Board. • ROSS JOSEPH STROBLE, Covington, Louisiana. { SECOND COLUMN • PEDRO AGUSTIN SUAU PEREZ, San Juan, P. R.; Phi Rho Sigma. • EDWIN CORNELIUS SWEENEY, Paris, Kentucky. • VICTOR EMMANUEL TEDESCO, New Orleans, Louisiana. • HENRY HARDING TIFT, Tifton, Georgia; Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Theta; History of Medicine Society; Owls Club. • JOHNSON LEE TURNAGE, Kosciusko, Mississippi; Phi Rho Sigma, • WILLIAM NEWTON VALENTINE, Kansas City, Missouri; Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Theta; History of Medicine Society; Owls Club. • WILLIAM BEVERLY VIRGIN, Montgomery, Alabama; Phi Chi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; B.A. Degree, University of Alabama; Owls Club. • GRANVILLE INMAN WALKER, JR., Homing, Oklahoma; Theta Kappa Psi, Phi Gamma Delta; History of Medicine Society. - m- [161] FIRST ROW • JOHN CHILDRESS WALKER, JR.. Jackson, Mississippi; Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Theta. VJj t4 ' yv Wr»v • JOE WOODWARD WARD. Poplar Bluff, Missouri; Theta Kappa Psi. WILLIAM CHARLES WARNER. Grenada, Mississippi; Phi Chi. • HINTON WRIGHT WATERS, JR., Opp, Alabama; Phi Chi; B.A, Degree. University of Alabama. • ZEPyAJNIA H BRANCH WEINGART. JR., Lecompte, Louisiana; B.A. Degree, Louisiana College. i X • WILLIAM REVERE WELLBORN, JR., Elkin, North Carolina; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WILLIAM RIGC VhITEHOUSE, Cleburne, TBras; , Thl:ta Kappa Psi. KEtP Of ' " ' ' ECOND ;ROW ■;JI ' a, - ( »- vixP JULIAN WIENER, Canton, (vtississippi; Phi Delta Epsilon, Zeta Beta Tau; Hlstory_ PJ(teaicine Society; r f ran-Hellenic Council; B.S. Degree, Tulane University. y ' i " x JAMES WISE WIGGINS, Estancia, New Mexico; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Owls Club; , Honor Board m D I c I n E • JOSEPH LORENZO WILSON, Colorado Springs, Colorado; Phi Chi. -jj V CLAUiyE-++6NRY WORKMAN, JR., McCormick, South Carolina; Theta Kappa Psi. • RICHARD BRANDON WRIGHT, JR., Salisbury, North Carolina. • HARRY LOOMIS ZENGAL, JR., New Orleans. Louisiana; Phi Rho Sigma. • MORTON MOSES ZISKIND, New York, New York; History of Medicine Society; Owls Club. JUniOR CLASS FIRST COLUMN • ROBERT GLENN ALLEN, Pascagoula, Mis- sissippi: Theta Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Sigma. • WALTER JOHNSTON ALVES, Guntersville, Alabama. • ARTHUR APPLEYARD, JR., St. Petersburg, Florida; Theta Kappa Psi. Alpha Tau Omega; Pan-Hellenic Council. • JOHN FREEMAN BARWICK, Louisville, Geor- gia; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • CHARLES FILSON BECKERT, Gadsden, Ala- bama; Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Theta. • HAROLD LEROY BEDDOE, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • JOHN JACKSON BENNETT, JR., Ruston, Louisiana; Phi Chi, Lambda Chi Alpha. • JACK ARTHUR BERGFELD, New Braunfels, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi, Alpha Tau Omega. • JOSEPH MICHAEL BISTOWISH, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa, Kappa Sigma; Boxing. • DENZIL RUSHING BLUE, Hurtsboro, Alabama; Phi Chi. • JAMES CURTIS CRABTREE, JR., Birmingham- Alabama; Phi Chi. • CHARLES RAY DAUNIS, Westwego, Louis- iana; Phi Rho Sigma. • PAUL McMILLIAN DAVIS, JR., Ruston, Louis- iana; Phi Chi. • WILLIAM DUNCAN DAVIS, JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa; History of Medicine Society; Hullabaloo. • JAMES FREDERICK DUMAS. Foley, Alabama. THIRD COLUMN • JAMES LOVE DUNAGIN, Decatur, Missis- sippi; Theta Kappa Psi. • JOSHUA LEROY EDWARDS, Lake City, Florida; Nu Sigma Nu, Kappa Alpha; History of Medicine Society; Pan-Hellenic Council. • ERNEST EDWARD ELLIS, Waynesboro, Mis- sissippi; Phi Chi, Sigma Nu. • GEORGE ECKEL FELKNOR, JR., Meridian, Mississippi; Nu Sigma Nu; B. A. Degree, Mary- lie College. SECOND COLUMN • CLYDE WILSON BROWN, Birmingham, Ala- bama; Phi Chi. ' A • MALCOLM BATES BURRI5. Clinton, Missis-7 sippi; Theta Kappa Psi. n • ARTHUR ANTHONY CAIRE, III, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • FERNANDO CHIRINO, Hershey, Cuba; Phi lota Alpha. V - % %. • WAYLAND THOMAS COPPEDGE, JR., Jack- sonville Florida; Nu Sigma Nu, Sigma Alpha Epsllon i ibJ ROBERT WHITE FERGUSON, Tampa, Florida; Ii tAI Sjheta Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Theta. • ' SAM JOSEPH FERTITTA, Beaumont, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi, Alpha Tau Omega. ■ K :ISRAEL FISHER, Magee, Mississippi; Phi Lambda Kappa, Kappa Nu. • WILLIAM DAKIN FITZGERALD. Okolona, Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi, Theta Kappa Nu, Alpha Epsllon Delta. • JOSEPH EGGLESTON GARDNER, Green- wood, Mississippi; Phi Chi, Phi Delta Theta. • J. T. SARREN, JR., Turnersville, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. ' ICSSa ' ;. , 1 % 4 , V Wv, fi FIRST ROW • GEORGE JAMES GATOURA, AusHn, Texas; Phi Ch!. • MAURICE WESLEY GELDERT, New Orleans. Louisiana; Phi Rho Sigma; Boxing (3. 4). • JOSEPH ALLEN GIBSON, Baton Rouge, Louis- iana; Theta Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Sigma; Band. a HARRY BERTRAND GREENBERG. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Epsiion, Zeta Beta Tau • DAVID LINDESAY GREENLEES, Greensboro, Alabama; Theta Kappa Psi. • EDWIN BEN GRONER. Shreveport, Louisiani Phi Lambda .Kappa, Alpha Epsiion Pi • MARION WEST HURT, Mayfield, Kentucky; Theta Kappa Psi. • ALFRED QUINN HYDE, Long Leaf, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu; B. S. Degree, Tulane University. • GEORGE NORCROSS IRVItv|E, ' S T, McCaney, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi, PfitTTeiifa- Theta. • ALBERT FRAWLEY JACKSON, JR., Eutaw, Alabama; Phi Chi. • LEE WHITE JOHNSON, Columbia, Missis- sippi; Phi Chi, Sigma Alpha Epsiion, Omicron Delta Kappa. fi ' .; m ' THIRD ROW %«fP|IRAM GORDON KING, Bessemer, Alabama; ' i Phi Chi, Pi Kappa Alpha. .W K f FRANK GLIS RUMPURIS, Little Rock. Ar- ansas; Kappa Sigma. • JERRy BOMAR S VIN, Ada, Oklahoma; Nu, " jT " fe Sigma Nu, Phi Delt ' 5 ' Theta. — " ■ ' my ' y ■•Wifr LEE EDWYN HALE, Lubbock, Texas; Phir Chiy , _-- ., ==:-. 7 ' ' • WiffAM LEON, New .:-®.leans, Louisiana; N RICHARD GLENN HA(MJl-Lf ' €S ' ' Cruce,l, h ew ; V ' Phi Lambda Kappa, Kappa Nu, Beta Mu; His- Mexico; Theta Kappa Psi-t ' _ tory of ,lyde icine Society, - ; JAMES T!. HARDWICK, Slocomb, Alabama; ' v ' , FRANK HENRY LINDEI SSJ " ?Jr., Leesburg, ' bi t t j tory of jl de icine Socis Florida; Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Dettai Theta; Class President (I). SEG D ROW • LOUIS MAYER, ' JH.. Batcjif Ifcuge, Louisiana. 2 1 • DARYL PRESTON HARVEY, Glasgow, Ken- tucky; Phi Chi, Kappa Alpha; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil. • JACK ROSS HAYS, Brady, Texas; Theta Kap- pa Psi. JRGIL HERNDON, Sheffield, Ala- • JEROME BYRON HIRSCH, JR., Greenville, Mississippi; Phi Delta Epsiion, Zeta Beta Tau; Pan-Hellenic Council. Jyl i CURTIS RAY HOUSE, Naples, Florida; Al- pha Kappa Kappa; Pan-Hellenic Council. • GEORGE THEODORI MELLIKfER, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Aloha Kappa ' vlCappa, Kappa Sigma. 4r V • CHARLES VACCARO MEN BEZ, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • DON CARLOS McCUNE MUSSER, Salt Lake City, Utah. • KELLY RAMSAY O ' NEAL, Saucier, Mississippi; Phi Chi, Sigma Phi Epsiion. • JOHN WILLIAM OVERSTREET, JR., Starlc- ville, Mississippi; Nu Sigma Nu, Kappa Alpha; History of Medicine Society. [164] • JAMES PAUL SWEARINGEN, Shreveport, Louit- iona; Phi Chi, Phi Delia Theta. • JAMES KNOX TATE. Bolivar Tennessee; Phi Chi. Kappa Sigma. Tau Kappa lota. • CHARLES DANIEL TAYLOR. JR.. Pass Chris- tian. Mississippi: Nu Slgnna Nu. Phi Delta Theta; History of Medicine Society. • PERRY KING THOMAS. JR.. Tupelo. Missis- sippi; Nu Sigma Nu. Phi Delta Theta, • CONE JOHNSON THOMPSON. JR.. Tyler Texas; Phi Chi. Delta Tau Delta. • DOUGLAS PAUL TORRE. New Orleans, Louis- iana; Delta Tau Delta. Phi Beta Kappa FIRST COLUMN • BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PARKER, Foxworth, Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi, Sigma Phi Epsilon. • CLAUDE MAURICE PASQUIER. JR., Shreve- port, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • MARCEL PATTERSON. Rotan. Texas; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society. • JOHN YOUNG PEARCE, Ballinger, Texas; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society. e RAMBERTO ANTONIO PeREZ-RIBI6. Ponce. Porto Rico; B. S. Degree, University of Puerto Rico. • CHARLES HUBERT PETTEWAY. Lakeland, Florida; Phi Chi. Pi Kappa Alpha; B.S. Degree, Tulane University. • FRANK MARION PHILLIPPI, JR., Camden, Alabama; Phi Chi, Sigma Chi. • JAMES EDWARD PRIDGEN, Cuero, Texas; Nu Sigma Nu, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WILLIAM RAWLING5, Sandersville, Georgia; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Student Body Secretary (2); Class Vice-President (3). • PAUL BERNARD REASER, New Orleans, Louis- iana. • JOHN GARTH RIDDLER, Ft. Smith, Arkansas; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society: Class Presi- dent (3). SECOND COLUMN • HARRY EVANS ROLLTnGS, Hatticsburg, U i- fj i ° ' ' S - Augustine. Florida; sissippi; Phi Chi, Kappa Sigma. [■ ' ■ ' •jy Xj THIRD COLUMN o MOTTRAM PETER TORRE. New Cleans. Louis- iana; Delta Tali Delta. • WALTER JACQUES TRAUTMAN. JR.. New Orleans. Louisiana; Psi Upsilon; History of Medi- cine Society. • LOUIS IRA TYLER. JR., Baton Rouge. Louis- iana; Theta Kappa Psi. Phi Kappa Sigma. • JOHN GILL WAFER. JR., Shreveport, Louis- iana; Alpha Kappa Kappa. iTci, m km • HARRY HART WAGENHEIM, Pensacola. Florida; Zeta Beta Tau; History of Medicine So- lety. ROBERT BRUCE WALLACE, JR., Alexandria, isiana; Nu Sigma Nu, Delta Kappa Epsilon. VIRGINIA SIhIP I I. Bartlesville. Oklahog ; |ta Beta Tau. • ANTHONY OTO, Tampa, Florida. • HORAC£ ! HENRY STOVALL, New Orleans, Louisiana; A ' lpha Kappa Kappa, Sigma Pi. • ALVIN WEIL STRAUSS. JR., Little Rock. Ar- kansas; Phi Delta Epsilon, Zeta Beta Tau. ORTIMER SAMUEL WEINSTEIN, New York, Nev© York; Phi Delta Epsilon. • THOMAS ST. GERMAINE WHITECLOUD, Lac Du Flambeau. Wisconsin; History of Medicine Society; Honor Board. • CHARLES MONROE WILSON, Dallas, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi; History of Medicine Society. • CAREY CLAYTON WOMBLE. JR.. New Or- leans, Louisiana. V . i.l ;w TT ha. " iM. -flf A . • ' Vl FIRST ROW • ROBERT MARTIN ALEXANDER, ' 45, Lynbrook, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. • WILLIAM MIMS ALLUMS. ' ' 14, Shreveport, Louisiana; Phi Chi, Kappa Alpha; History of Medicine Society. • LOUIS ALVAREZ, JR., ' 45, Santurce, Puerto Rico. • HARVEY JAY AMSTERDAM, ' 44, New York, New York; Phi Delta Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Mu; History of Medicine Society; B. S. Degree, Tu- lane University. • WILLIAM FREDRICK BEYER, JR., ' 45, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa, Delta Tau Delta. • RALPH HOWARD BILLINGTON, ' 45, Semi- nole, Oklahoma; Theta Kappa Psi. x - ' ip!- (4-vvvyvi-s • ROBERT LAMAR ANDERSON, ' 45, Colfax, Washington; Theta Kappa Psi. Ub ©.JUAN AF WvfJublic of Pan. • HOMER gUARLES APPLEBY, ' 44, Slaughter, Louisiana; Phi Chi, Lambda Chi Alpha; History of Medicine Society; B. S. Degree, Louisiana State University. IK O BERNARD BLUTSTEIN . J45 N ew York, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. " " " " s! " ' " • NORMAN URAL BOOKER, ' AA, Naples. Flor- ida; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • JAMES LIVINGSTON BOOTH, ' 44. Jackson. Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi, Pi Kappa Alpha. Omicron Delta Kappa. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pi Kappa Delta; History of Medicine Society. • HOWARD MOORE BORDELON, ' 45. Lake | Charles, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu. R05EMENA, ' 45. Panama City, Re. ama. JOHN JAHU BARNES. ' 45. v lhfield. Al bama; Theta Kappa Psi. THIRD ROW • BROWN HILL BOSWELL, ' 45, Montgomery, Alabamar Nu Sigma Nu. Phi Delta Theta. • MICHAEL EPHREM BOUSTANY, ' 44, Lafayette, ( Louisiana; Phi Rho Sigma. JTIEDICIhE ©HJ: WASHINGTON BASSETT, ' 45, Pine Bluff, g , r LPH HOBSON BOWMAN,, ' 45, Corte Ma- dera, California; Theta Kappa Pji-I • HUGH LEE BOYD, ' 44, Bristow, Oklahoma; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society. • CONSTANCE BRUNER, ' 45,. yne, Louisiana. rkam VNu Sigma Nu. • ARNOLD HARVEY BAUM, ' 45, Kansas City, Kansas; Phi Chi. SECOND ROW • GRANT FORRESTER BEGLEY, ' 44, Hyden. Kentucky; Alpha Kappa Kappa. o PHILIP SANDLER BERGMAN, ' 45, New Rochelle, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. o EMILE AUGUSTUS BERTUCCI, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Rho Sigma, Alpha Chi Sig- ma, Beta Mu; Campus Night (3, 4); Glendy Burke {2, 3, 4); B. S. Degree, Tulane Univer- sity; Intramural Basketball, Football, Soccer, Softball. • HAROLD HESTER BEVIL, ' 45, Beaumont, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. • CLAUDE LEON BUERGER, TR., ' 45, Mobile Alabama; Theta Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Sigma. • REX JAMES BUNKER, ' 45, Caguas, Puerto Rico. • CHARLES JOSEPH BURNHAM, ' 44, Bay Springs, Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi. • CURTIS WEBB CAINE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • ARTHUR ADOLPH CALIX, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Rho Sigma, Sigma Pi, Campus Night; Y. M. C. A. ' " s:. i PH: ! - ' fe FIRST COLUMN • GENE GEORGE CARP, ' 45, Elizabeth. New Jersey; Phi Lambda Kappa, Kappa Nu. • ERNEST WILLIAM CARRIGAN, JR., ' AA, So- ciety Hill, South Carolina; History of Medicine Society. e DEI JING CHANG, ' 45, Honolulu, Hawaii. • SIGMUND CHESSID, ' 44, New York, NewS vC York; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine , EDWARD FRANK DOMBROWSKY, ' 44, Miami, Society Florida; Theta Kappa Psi. • MIGUEL SELIM DEJUK, ' 45, Puerto Limon, Costa Rica. • JOHN WINTON DEMING, ' 45, Evergreen, Alabama; Phi Chi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • NADENE DENISON. ' 45, Spartanburg, South Carolina. • FRANK ROLAND DENMAN, ' 45, Houston, f -T xas; Theta Kappa Psi, Sigma Chi. MARTIN DURALDE CLAIBORNE, JR., ' 44, : - New Orleans, Loi IaAa; Nu Sigma Nu, Beta. Th-ta Pi. iwjiaAa • BENAJAH BIBB COBB, ' 44, Tuskegee. Ala- bama; Theta Kappa Psi. • JESSE HALL COLLEY, ' 44, Troy, Alabama; Phi Cni, Sigma Nu. • VINCENT PAUL CORSO, ' 44, Miami, Florida; Phi Gamma Delta; B. S. Degree, University of Florida. • EDWARD JACOBS CRAWFORD, JR., ' 45, Shreveport, Louisiana; Phi Chi, Phi Delta Theta; Intramural Unit Manager. • GEORGE CUELLAR, ' 44, Miami, Florida; Phi Rho Sigma; B, S. Degree, Tulane University. SECOND COLUMN • HAROLD VAN BUSKIRK CUMMINS, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu, Beta Theta Pi, • ERNEST BEAROEN CUNNINGHAM, ' 44, Raleigh, N. C; Alpha Kappa Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • CLYDE ALLEN CURTIS, ' 45, Seattle, Wash- ington; Theta Kappa Psi. • FERNAND JOSEPH DASTUGUE, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Rho Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa; International Relations Club. ISADORE DRAVIN, ' 45, Meridian, Mississippi; Phr Delta Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Mu, Beta Mu; Band; Symphony Orchestra. THIRD COLUMN • RAYMOND LEON DROSS. ' 45, Nashville. Tennessee; Alpha Kappa Kappa. O HANSON LOUIS DUPONT. ' -IS. Houma. Louis- iana; Phi Chi. • ARTHUR WILLIAM ECKHOUS, ' 44. New York. New York; Kappa Nu; Glendy Burke. O ROBERT SMITH ELLIS, ' 44. Drew, Mississippi; Phi Chi. Kappa Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta; B. A. Degree. University of Mississippi, O EILEEN FRIEDA ELSON. ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana. • THEODORE EVERETT, ' 44, Chipley, Florida; Phi Chi. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • KENNETH VICTOR EVERTS. ' 44. Lake Worth. Florida; Nu Sigma Nu. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ANTONIO MAXIMILIANO FACIO. ' 45, San Jose, Costa Rica. • JULIUS FINKELSTEIN. ' 44, New Orleans. Louis- iana; Phi Lambda Kappa. Kappa Nu; B.S. Degree. Tulane University. • JOHN PHILIP FISCHER. ' 45. Tyler. Texas. » . S3S " 1167] «•» 0 f SLir Ci y l A y A FIRST ROW • MERVIN EDWARD FISCHMAN. ' 44. Irvington, New Jersey; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine Society; B. S. Degree, Tulane Univer- sity. • FRANK ROBERT FRECKLETON. ' 45, New York, New York; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • MAURO AUGUSTb GAMBOA-VEGA, ' 44, San Jose, Costa Rica; PI Kappa Alpha. • BROOX CLEVELAND GARRETT, JR., ' 44, Shr vepSrt, touisiaria; Phi Chi, Phi Delta Theta. • WILLIARD CLIFTON HEARIN, JR.. ' 44, Green- ville, South Carolina; Phi Chi. Kappa Alpha; History of Medicine Society. • JAMES JOHNSON HICKS, ' 44, Enterprise, Alabama; Phi Chi, Sigma Alpitw EpTilon. • HAROLD WALLACE HUNTER ' ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • ANDREW CLIFTON HUTTO, JR., " 45. Gulf- port, Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi. SIDNEY ITZKOFF, ' 45, New York, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. • ' iAUES JOSEPH GILLY, III, ' 45. New Orleans, ' Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Beta Mu; French . V;:-- Club. THIRD ROW • PLACIDO OSVALDO GONZALEZ, ' 44, ommwTSS - can Republic; Phi lofa Alpha. " y » GORMAN JAFFE, -44, ' New York, New York; ' ' yi Phi Lambda Kappa. History of Medicine Society; S. Degcee-iHTulane University. KEEP l T; -J?«BERf ELIJAH JON " iJB, Phoenix, Ari- EPHEN HARRIS GRAHAM, JR., ' 45, .are l V • ROBERT 5CHUESSLER fePAVES, ' 45, Sdfisdcn, V ' I ° " ; ' ' ' " 3 " ' " Xiabama; Phi Chi, ' sigma Alpha Epst J " " 5 • JEROME BERTRAM KATZ, ' 44, New Orleans, ADRIAN JOHN GRUBER, ' 45, Brooklyn, New Louisiana; Phi Delta EpsiloD, Zettf Beta Tau, Phi tV ' ti ' i York; Phi Sigma Delta Beta Kappa • CALVIN MORRhS KING, 45. SECOND ROW 6 LONGSTREET CAVETT HAMILTON. ' 44, Jack- son, Mississippi; Phi Chi. Sigma Chi, Omicron Delta Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • MARTIN BATES HARTHCOCK. JR.. ' 44, Clarksdale, Mississippi; Nu Sigma Nu, Pi Kappa Alpha; History of Medicine Society. • JOHN MELVIN HASTIE, ' 45. Stockton, Ala- bama. ML ROBERT BELL HAYS. ' 45. Brady, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. Sylvester, Geor- gia; Nu Sigma Nu, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JOHN ALFRED KING, ' 45, New Orleans. Louis- iana, [i = • I • LEONARD KENNEDY jCNAPP, ' 44, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu, Delta Tau Delta. • CHARLES DANIEL KNIGHT, ' 45, Shreveport, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • NATHAN CURTISS LAFLEUR, ' 44, Opelousas, Louisiana; History of Medicine Society. • CHARLES SPURGEON LANE, JR., ' 44, Hat- tiesburg, Mississippi; Phi Chi, Kappa Alpha. [1681 FIRST COLUMN • ALBERT ANDREW LANG, ' 45, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico. • ALEXANDER VAN WINKLE McBEE, ' 45, Hobbs, New Mexico; Sigma Nu. • NORMAN BUSH McCORVEY, ' 45, Ruston, Louisiana. • RICHARD BENNETT LANGFORD, ' 44, Shreve- port, Louisiana; Phi Ctii, Phi Delfa Theta. , HAROLD JOSEPH McCREA, JR., ' 45, Ever- -. ett, Washington; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • WILLIAM JOSEPH LANGLOIS, JR., ' 45, New W_ Orleans, Louisiana. i--fi ' GEORGE CHARLES MANNING, JR., ' 44, Winchester, Massachusetts; Theta Kappa Psi, • HENRY LAURENS, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, i ' :ol--i " Omega. Beta Mu; University Theatre. Louisiana; Nu Slgfna Nu, Delta Psi; History of i ' .;tej:: Medicine Society, ' ' i AV v i ' V • JOHN LAURENS, II.;M, New Orleans, LouiSf Mu ' « A iana; Nu Sigma Ni , Delta Psi, Phi Beta Kappa " • MADISON JOHNSON LEE, JR., ' 44, Danville, Kentucky; Nu Sigma Nu, Beta Theta Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • JACK LEHJi AN, ' 45, Brooklyn, New York. O ALAN JERRY LEONARD, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Lambda Kappa, Kappa Nu, Beta Mu. • NORMAN JOEL LEVY, ' 45, New Brunswick, New Jersey; Phi Lambda Kappa. WILLARD LEE MARMELZAT, ' 44, New Or- Louisiana; Phi Delta Epsilon, Sigma Alpha THIRD COLUMN • JAMES CLAY MARTIN, JR., ' 44, Weatherford, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. • JAMES ALLEN MEADOWS, JR., ' 44, Birming- ham, Alabama; Phi Chi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JAMES WRIGHT MERRITT, JR., ' 44, Colquitt, Georgia; Phi Chi, Phi Delta Theta. • JAMES WILLARD LEWIS, ' 45, LaGrange, Georgia. SECOND COLUMN • MILES LESLIE LEWIS, JR., ' 45, Ada, Okla- homa; Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Theta. • DAVID SAMUEL LIGHT, ' 45, Brooklyn, Now York; Phi Lambda Kappa. • RANDOLPH ABRAHAM LONDON, ' 45, West New York, New Jersey; Phi Lambda Kappa. • DANIEL LUBRANO, JR., ' 45, Tampa, Florida; Phi Rho Sigma. • LESLIE IRVING LUKASH, ' 45, New York, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. • WILLIAM JOSEPH MOGABGAB, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • ROBERT EMMET MOORE, ' 45, DeRidder, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • MORTON B. MORGAN, ' 45, New York, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. • JAMES URBAN MORRISON, JR., ' 44, Shreve- port, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • GEORGE ERNEST MUEHLECK, JR., ' 45, New York, New York; Theta Kappa Psi. • LEO LAWRENCE NASTASI, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; B. S. Degree, Tulane Univer- sity. • GORDON ALFRED NICOLL, ' 45, Palo Alto, California; Theta Kappa Psi. r 169] f r mj rs iiiiL - •. ijik • C| rs. ' C FIRST ROW • JO NEWELL ROBINSON, ' 45, Talladega, Ala- bama; Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Theta. • JOSE LUIS ORLICH, ' 44, San Ramon, Costa Rica. • OCTAVIUS McCRARY OTTS, JR., ' 45, Mobile, Alabama; Nu Sigma Nu. • RAY TIM PARMLEY, 44, Electra, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. • HERBERT MILTON PERR, ' 45, Newark, New Jersey; Phi Lambda Kappa. • HOWARO MI| New YorR. ,. POPKIN, ' 45, Brooklyn, • WALTER DUSON PRESLEY, ' 45, El Campo, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. ' ' ■ • LUIS CARLOS PRIETO. JR., ' 45, Panama, Re: public of Panama; Phi lota Alpha. „ • JAMES CLINTON PROSE. ' 45. Grenada, Mis- ' sissippi; Phi Chi, Theta Xi. % CHARLES STAVAUL PROSSER, JR., ' 44, Alex- andria, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu, Sigma Chi; Hisfory of Medicine Society. • MEYER ROSENBAUM, ' 45, Bronx. N. Y.; Phi Lambda Kappa. • MELVIN MARCUS ROSENTHAL, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Epsilon, Zeta Beta Tau; B.S. Degree, Tulane University. • JOSEPH LEON ROSENZWEIG, ' 45, Lake Vil- lage, Arkansas; Zeta Beta Tau; Intramural Base- ball, Boxing. THIRD ROW • RAPHAEL ROSS. JR.. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Theta; His- tory of Medicine Society; B. S. Degree, Tulane y ' University. w IJV- ' m4 D I c I n £ SECOND ROW • MERRILL SEYMOUR PROWS, ' 45, Logan, Utah; Alpha Kappa Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Delt a. a • HOWARD QUITTNER, ' 45, Brooklyn. New York; Festival Choir. • ' WILLIAM PAUL RAMEY, ' 44, Tampa, Florida; Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha Tau Omega; History of Medicine Society, • WILLIAM QUENTIN RANDOLPH. ' 45. Win- der, Georgia; Phi Chi. H • CHARLES ADRIAN RICH, " 44, Gulfport. Mis- — ' stHippi; Phi Rho Sigma; History of Medicine So- ciety. ' • FRANK CONSTANTYN RUYS, ' 45, Pittsburg. California; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • EUGEtvJE CHARLES ST. MARTIN, ' 44, Houma, Louisiana; Phi Chi. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Class Treasurer (2). • GEORGE THEODORE SCHNEIDER. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Phi, Kappa Delta Phi; History of Medicine Society; Varsity Tennis (2, 3); Class Vice-president ( I }, Secretary-Treasurer (2); Intra- mural Council (2, 3); Honor Board {I, 2, 3, 4); B. S. Degree. Tulane University. • IRVIN CULMON SCHNEIDER, ' 45. Chipley. Florida; Phi Delta Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Mu. • JULES JAYE SECKLER, ' 45, Brooklyn, New York; Tau Epsilon Phi. 9 EDWIN RUTHVEN SHAPARD, JR., ' 44. Musko- gee, Oklahoma; Phi Chi; History of Medicine So- ciety. • JOHN SILVERIO, JR., ' 45, Tampa, Florida; Phi Rho Sigma. • VERRE ELIZABETH SIMPSON. ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. : cs a, a 3f ' . J FIRST COLUMN • CLEM TRIPPE SLADE. " ' 15, Avondale, Georgia; Phi Chi. • JAMES JAY SLAUGENHOP. ' 14, Vernon, Texas; The+a Kappa Psi, Sigma Nu. • JACK QUINBY SLOAN, ' 44, Lakeland, Flor- ida; Nu Sigma Nu, Pi Kappa Alpha; Greenback- ers; White Elephants; B. S. Degree, Tulane Uni- versity. • WYMAN PLATT SLOAN, JR., ' 45, Atlanta, Georgia; Phi Chi. • SAMUEL OSCAR SMELSEY. ' 44, San Antonio, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. • DENTON WEYMOUTH SMITH. ' 45, Merry- ville, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • ARTHUR BRYAN SNOWHITE, ' 45, Elizabeth, New Jersey; Beta Mu. • GORDON EMIL SOILEAU, ' 44, Ville Platte. Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • ALBERT PETER SPAAR. JR.. ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Cht, Kappa Alpha. • JEROME JOSEPH SPITZER, ' 45. Brooklyn, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. • PHILLIP WILLIAM TAYLOR, ' 45, Stephenvllle, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Sigma. • IGNATIUS TEDESCO, JR., ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana. • DURWARD JOHN THIBODAUX, JR., ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi; B. S. De- gree, Tulane University. • PAUL TRAUTMAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society. • MARTIN TURKISH, ' 45, Bayonne, New Jer- sey; Kappa Nu; Glee Club. • AUGUST BALDWIN TURNER, ' 44. Atlanta, Georgia; Phi Chi, Sigma Chi. THIRD COLUMN • DAVID HUGH VARN, JR., ' 44, Fort Meade, Florida; Phi Chi, Pi Kappa Alpha; History of Medicine Society. • THOMAS HENDRIX WALLACE, ' 45, Joplin, Missouri; Theta Kappa Psi. • JAMES ALTO WARD, JR., ' 45, Birmingham, Alabama; Phi Chi. Alpha Tau Omega. • ROY WHITE, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Nu Sigma Nu, Beta Theta Pi, Beta Mu. SECOfffi COLUMN ' • NORMAN WILHOIT STAKER, ' 45, Lamesa Texas. , Jk McMURRY WILKINS, jr., ' 44, Greenville. i South Carolina; Phi ChJ. New Orleansvf • SOL BAER STERN, JR., ' 44, Louisiana; Phi Delta Epsilon; Sigma Alpha Mu; B. S. Degree, Tulane University. • GEORGE BRUNUS STEWART, ' 44, Carriere, Louisiana. -m • WILLIAM ASPER TALlVj ' 45, Stevenson, Ala- bama; Nu Sigma Nu, Pi kappa Alpha » JAC9UES DAVIS WILKINSON, ' 45, Jackson, Louisiana; Phi Chi, Sigma Nu. •, AH YET WONG, ' 44, Hilo, Hav aii. • ■ RICHARD AKIRA YAMANOHA, ' 45, Hilo, Hawaii. • BENNETT HEND ERSON YOUNG, ' 45, Opelou- sas, Louisiana: Theta Kappa Psi. • JAMES ELGIN YOUNG. JR., ' 45, Houston, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. Phi Kappa Sigma. .Wjillkll C O rv. OFFICERS STUDENT BODY KENNETH DYKE HIGGINS President THOMAS GLASS Vice-President CONRAD MEYER, Ml Secretary SENIOR CLASS WILLIAM B. WAIT President EDWARD MUNSON . Vice-President ELSA CAPO Secretary JUNIOR CLASS JAMES BEAN - President PATRICK MURPHY Vice-President EDWARD ECUYER Secretary FRESHMAN CLASS LANE PLAUCHE President DONALD EHRHART Vice-President HAYNES HARKEY Secretary FIRST ROW • JOHN WOOD ANTHONY, Opelousas, Louisiana; Beta Mu; Freshman Forensic Council; Glendy Burke; International Relations Club; Law Review; Oratorical and Debating Council; B.A. Degree. Tulane Uni- versity; Who ' s Wtio Among College Students (5). • JOSE LUIS BANCS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Alpha Alpha;. B. B.A. Degree. Tulane University; Greenbackers; Glee Club; Boxing; Track; La Societe du Droit Civil, • THOMAS OVERTON BELL, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Alpha Alpha, Phi Delta Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa; La Societe du Droit Civil; Law Review. lOND ); Hull. If • ARCHIE RAYMOND BOGGS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi, Theta Nu; Glendy Burke (I, 2); Honor Board (2, 3); Hullabaloo (2, 3, 4, 5), Editor-in-Chief (5); Handbook Editor (4). • LLOYD PAUL BOUTTE, New Iberia, Louisiana; La Societe du Droit Civil. • WILLIAM HULLIN BOWMAN, New Orleans, Lpuisiansj Moot Court Boarcl,_ uisian ; f4 :-v iV- ' ' ' seconV row — ir CE CAPO, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi jWu; Class Secretary (6) e ' ti • GEORGE JOHN CHAMPAGNE, JR., Breaux Bridge, Louisiana; Alpha Al a-- lph La Societe du Droit Civil; Moot Court Board. • WARREN GRAVES, Shreveport, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Phi. • MAUNSEL WHITE HICKEY. New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Beta Gamma gma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Alpha Alpha; B.B.A Degree, Tulane University; Hullabaloo; Law Re w; Student Body President (4); Student Council (4). • KENNETH DYKE HIGGINS, Benton, Tennessee; Honor Board; Moot Court Board; Student Council Secretary-Treasurer; Student Body President; B.A. Degree, Transylvania College; Who ' s Who in American Universities. • STEWART JOSEPH KEPPER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta, Phi Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi,; Moot Court Board; B.A. Degree, Tulane University; Hullabaloo Business Manager (5); Jambalaya Business Manager (3). , ■■■ » t FIRST COLUMN • ROBERT MARTIN LATHROP, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Football Manager (I); Interna- tional Relations Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Greenbackers (2, 3); Cotillion Club (3); Class Vice-President (3); Class President (4); Intramural Unit Manager (4. 5); Honor Council (4); Baseball (4); B.A. Degree. Tulane University. • JOHN LEROY McGEE, Hammond, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • GEORGE BERNARD MATTHEWS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Alpha Alpha Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi; Law Review; B.A. Degree, Tulane University. • MALCOLM ILFR B MONROE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Phi; A Capella Choir; Band; La Societe du Droit Civil; Law Review, Book Review Editor; Class Vice-President (I); B.A. Degree, Tulane University. • EDWARD PRESTON MUNSON, JR., Napoleonville, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi, Phi Phi, Phi Delta Phi; Baseball (3); A Capella Choir (3); Glee Club (I, 3); Class Vice-President (6); Thirteen Club (1); T. U. R. K. (5). • BERNARD. KAHN OPPENHEIM, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu, Phi Beta Kappa; Infra- mural Unit Manager; La Societe du Droit Civil; Law Review; B.A. Degree, Tulane University; Intramural Basketball, F6p,tbal; Student Body Secretary-Treasurer (5). • ROBERT JOSEPH OSTER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi, Phi Phi. • ROBERTINE JUANITA RHYMES, Monroe, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi. SECOND COLUMN • LILLIAN ELIZABETH RIDNOUR, New Orleans, Louisiana. • KATHLYN MAE ROOME, New Orleans, Louisiana; Moot Court Board. • KALISTE JOSEPH SALOOM, JR., Lafayette, Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; Pi Gamma Mu, Pi Kappa Delta; La Societe du Droit Civil; Law Review; B.A Degree, Southwestern Louisiana Institute. • WILFORD MURRAY SMITH, Bogalusa, Louisiana; PI Kappa Alpha; Glendy Burke, International Relations Club; Oratorical and Debating Council; Y. M. C. A.; B.A. Degree, Tulane University. e WILLIAM STEIN, JR., Natchez, Mississippi; Zeta Beta Tau; Ldw Review. • PHIL TRICE, New Orleans, Louisiana; PI Kappa Delta, Alpha Chi; Glendy Burke Secretary; Law Review Business Manager; Oratorical and Debating Council Chairman; Class President (5); Varsity Debate Team (3, 4, 5, 6); B.A. Degree, Trinity University. • WILLIAM BRADLEY WAIT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta, Phi Delta Phi; Hullabaloo; Moot Court Board; Oratorical and Debating Council; Class President (6). • JAMES WILKINSON, III. New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsllon, Phi Delta Phi; Law Review. r 17 1 ' m ■ K ( — -» ?r t vi yvt FIRST ROW • EDWARD KING ALEXANDER, ' 43, Oakdale, Louisiana: La Societe du Droit Civil. • CEDRIC THURSTON ALMAND, ' 44, Haynes- ville, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Alpha Alpha. O STANLEY LEE AULTMAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; Y, M. C. A.; Var- sity Baseball. • BRUCE BAIRD, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Signna Chi, Uphe Alpha Alpha; Glendy Burke; Naval R. O. T, ' C; Stripers; Taffrail; T. U. R. K.; Y. M. C. A. • JAMES WESLEY BEAN, ' 43, Marryville, Louis- iana; La ;:Societe du Droit Civil; Law Review; Class President (5). O PETER LOUIS BERNARD, JR., ' 43, New Qr leans, ' ' Louisiana; Kappa Sigma, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Glendy Burke; Hullabaloo; Moot Court Board; Y. M. C. A. President, Cabinet; Lag- niappes; B. A. Degre?, Tulane University. e CHARLES JAMel ' BLOOM, II, ' 44, New Ory leans, ■ Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Alpha Alpha- Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. m JOHN CHARLES BOUTALL, ' 43, Jeffers. Parish, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; B arefr Tulane University. j,— i BURLJE.. -BROWN, ' 44, New Or ' pati .Ts Louisiaira--- Alpha ' " Pi Alpha, ZMS) Mu; Glendy Burke; Honor Board; International Rela- tions Quh an-Helienic Council. - " k- e EDWARD PAUL ECUYER, ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Greenbackers; Class Secretary-Treasurer (5). • DONALD BOND EHRHART, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Class Vice- President (4). ' --. r • CAREY JAMES ELLIS, JP(,.. JJ4jRayville, Louis- iana; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Alpha Alpha, Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Phi; Glee Club President (4); Greenbackers President (4); Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Varsity Boxing (2); Class President (2); Class Vice-President (3). THIRD ROW • JAMES NEWTON ERWIN, JR., ' 43, Oakdale, Louisiana; Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Phi; La So- ciete du Droit Civil; Law Review. • EDWARD DAVIS FINLEY, ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Omicron Delta Kappa, (Alpha Alpha Alpha, Kappa Dfftta Phi. Phi Beta C ppa; La Societe -du Droit Civil; Law Review; A. Degree, Tulane University. • ffi5§ ! iRK V [fONTENOT, ' 44, Mamou, Louis- iana! S rtia ' Cbi, Alpha Alphai Alpha. • JAMES HARRIS FORTSON. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Phi Omega; Camera Club; Jambalaya (I, 2, 3, 4), Assistant Editor (3), Associate Editor ,(4); Lagniappes; University Theatre. L SK10(ND ROW I t If i If FRED JAMES CASSIBRY, ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; B. A. Degree, Tulane University. • LAWRENCE ABRAHAM CHEHARDY, ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi. • WILLIAM HENRY CHURCH, ' 43, New Or- leans, Louisiana; PJii Kappa Sigma; La Societe du Droit Civil; K oot Court Board. • JOHN MARSHAtL COLLIER, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. • CHARLES JOSEPH DEBAILLON, JR., ' 43, Lafayette, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; La So- ciete du Droit Civil. e JOHN SHELBURNE DONNAUD, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glee Club (I, 2); Jambalaya (I, 2); Operetta (I); ' if ' M. C. A. (I, 2, 3). e THOMAS SAMUEL GLA S, ff9. New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kap a Sigma: National Colle- giate Players, President; University Theatre; Var- sity Football (3, 4, 5); 5tu4ent|_fcdy Vice-Presi- dent; Varsity Track (4, 5). . } 1 • FORD WINSTON HALL, y. Commerce, Texas; Phi De4t 7hi; Hullabal ; La Societe du Droit Civil; Taw Review. A; ' • HAYNES LOUIS HARKEY, JR., ' 44, Lake Providence, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha. • DONALD HUGH HIGGINS, JR., ' 44, Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Club (I); Hullabaloo (3); cil (2, 3); Thirteen Club (3, 4); University Theatre (2, 3). New Glee Pan-Hellenic Coun- (I); T. U. R. K. (2); Cotillion Club • RENE HECTOR HIMEL, iana; Alpha Tau Omega. ' 44, Franklin, Louis- [176] FIRST COLUMN • JOHN FRANCIS LATHAM, ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; Signna Chi; Naval R. O. T. C. • RICHARD JAMES LeBLANC, M4, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • ANDREW LANE PLAUCHE, ' 44, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Glendy Burke; Sreenbackers; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C. Battalion Commander (3), Sub-Commander (4); Oratorical and Debating Council; Stripers; Taff- rail; Class President (4). • MATT COOK REDMOND, JR., Monroe, Louis- iana; Phi Delta Theta. • JOHN JOSEPH LEWIS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Pi Alpha; French Club; Pan- J— Hellenic Council; Y. M. C. A. K J, BASIL JOHANN RUSOVICH, ' 44, New Orleans, .-, yi A .Tiuisiana; Glendy Burke; International Relations • MARJORIE LYKCH, ' 44, Point, Texas. • ROBERT ALEXXNOER LYNCH, ' 44, Point Texas; Phi Delta Theta. . i: . • PAUL McGILL, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Lours iana; Delta Sigma Phi; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. M. C. A. • HAROLD MARX, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Ze+a Beta Tau, Alpha Alpha Alpha, Inter- national Relations Club Vice-President (3); Glendy Burke Speaker (4); Oratorical and Debating Coun- cil; Varsity Debate Team. • CONRAD MEYER, III, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Delta Tau Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Phi, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers; Taffrail; Pan- Hellenic Council: Student Body President (4); Student Body Secretary-Treasurer (5); Student Council President (4); Varsity Boxing (2, 3); B. A. Degree, Tuiane University. • ELIZABETH HENRI EHA MYERS, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; B. A. Degree, Tuiane Univer- sity. SECOND COLUMN • RAYMOND FRANCIS MONTGOMERY, ' 44, New Orleans, La. • PATRICK CALVERT MURPHY, ' 43, Natchi- toches, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court Board; Class Vice-President; B. A. Degree, Louisiana State Normal. • ALINE JOEL NOBILE. ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; B. A. Degree, Newcomb College. • CHARLES DANIEL PIQUE, ' 43, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Glendy Burke; B. A. Degree, Tuiane University. tl J Uuisi, 1j ' - Club. ;:4 i ity Tennis (2, 3, 4) • MELVIN IRA SCHWARTZMAN, ' 43, San Fran- cisco, California; Zeta Beta Tau; Law Review; • J ,CK LACEY SIMMS, ' 44, Leesville, Louis- ana. THIRD COLUMN • IRVIN SAMUEL SMITH, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; B. A. Degree, Louisiana State Uni- versity. • HAROLD DAVID VICTOR, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu. • FRANK VOELKER, JR., ' 43, Lake Providence, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi; Glee Club. • MARTIN SAMUEL WATZKY, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Nu; B.A. Degree, Tuiane University. • MARVIN LEROY WIGLEY, ' 44, Jonesboro, Louisiana. • CHARLES PERRY WILLIS, ' 44, Opelousas, Louisiana; Glendy Burke; Naval R. O. T. C; Oratorical and Debating Council; Taffrail; Uni- versity Theatre. • HENRY WORNER, III, ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Moot Court Board; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Varsity Football Manager; B. A. Degree, Tuiane University. • MAX PHILIP ZANDER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu; Glendy Burke. • ANDREW ZENGEL, ' 43, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Phi Beta Kappa; Intramural Unit Manager; La Soclete du Droit Civil; Law Review; B. A. Degree, Tuiane University; Varsity Basketball (4, 5). 1177) andlch, Spencer, McCaskey, Harvey, Sellers. I E n C E s OFFICERS STUDENT BODY PETER MANDICH President ISIDORE COHN Vice-President FRED ALBERT 5KELLIE, JR Secretary-Treasurer SENIOR CLASS JAMES W. SPENCER, JR President ROBERT E. FLOWEREE Vice-President THOMAS S. BLOODWORTH, JR Secretary-Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS GEORGE E. McCASKEY President HENRI WOLBRETTE Vice-President ARMAND McHENRY Secretary-Treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS THEO. HIRSCH HARVEY, JR President WILLIAM C. FELLMAN Vice-President CRAWFORD D. GIBBES, JR Secretary-Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS TOM SELLERS President PETE WALTERS Vice-President FRANK P. KRIEGER Secretary-Treasurer i V ' - l (A ' fy J yi V ' " fC FIRST ROW • CEDRIC THURSTON ALMAND, Haynesville, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Alpha Alpha. • LOUIS ALVAREZ, JR., Santurce, P. R. ' - • STANLEY LEE AULTMAN. New Orleans; Alpha Phi Omega; Y. M. C. A.; Varsity Baseball. • BRUCE BAIRD, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Glendy Burke; Naval R. O. T. C; Strlperj; Taffrail; T. U. R. K.; Y. M. C. A. NS BARl (1); V«rsity Tennis Capta • ROY ROBBINS BARTLETT, II, New Orleans Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Honor Board; Thirteen Club • HIRAM WATKINS KOSTMEYER BATSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha 1 LlAM FREDERICK BEYER, JR., Lake Charl«s ' Louisiana; Alphfl- Kappa Kappa, Delta Tau Delta. [KEEP f KtjS Tt UAS STUART BLOODWORTH, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Pi (Alphas Glendy Burke Av- of (2, 3, 4); international Relations Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Oratorical and Debating Coun fPflfrf); Pan-Hellenic r r|i Council (3)?% . C. A.; Class Secretary-Treasurer (4). " 5 X I I --TTT " ' - ' fl R T s ' ' if n D " ■ ' cl s • CHARLES JAMES BLOOM, II, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, AlplT»._A| Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • HOV ARD MOORE BORDELON, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu. • BROV N HILL BOSV ELL. Montgomery Alabama; Nu Sigma Nu; Phi Delta Theta. • HAROLD MORGAN BRITT, Winter Garden, Florida. • CLAUDE LEON BUERGER. JR., Mobile, Alabama; Theta Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Sigma. • REX JAMES BUNKER, Caguas, P. R. £180] FIRST COLUMN • CURTIS WEBB CAINE. New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Siqma. e GENE GEORGE CARP, Elizabeth, New Jersey; Kappa Nu, • ALVIN RICHARD CHRISTOVICH, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Glendy Burke; Honor Board; International Relations Club; Y. M. C. A. • DON PEARSON CLAYPOOL, Morehead, Kentucky; Beta Theta Pi; University Theatre. • ISIDORE COHN, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; 2eta Beta Tau, Beta Mu; French Club; Glendy Burke; Honor Board; Pan-Hellenic Council; Student Body Vice-President. • JOHN MARSHALL COLLIER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. 9 FREDERICK HUNTER COLLINS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; Greenbackers; Jam- balaya; Pan-Hellenic Council. • DAVID EMILE CRAIS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; Greenbackers; Intramural Unit Manager; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers; Taffrail; T. U. R. K. SECOND COLUMN • EDWARD JACOBS CRAWFORD, JR., Shreveport, Louisiana; Phi Chi, Phi Delta Theta; Intramural Unit Manager. • HAROLD VAN CUMMINS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • JOHN CYPRIEN DALIER, New Orleans, Louisiana International Relations Club; Intramural Unit Manager. r ' • JAMES WORTH DAVIS, Arlington, Virginia; Pi Kappa Alpha; A Capella Choir; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers ' ; Taffrail. , , , - i • FRANK ROLAND C ' DENMAN, Houston, Texas; , ffa KapB| Psi, Sigma Chi. • I5AD0RE DRAVIN, Meridian, Mississippi; Phi Delta Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Mu, Beta Mu; Band; Symphony Orchestra, • CHARLES, F. DUFOUR. Shreveport, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C; Football (I, 7, 3, 4); Baseball (I, 2. 3, 4).; , • JACOB EHRENREICH, Ferndale, New York. y i -0 FIRST ROW • CAREY JAMES ELLIS, Rayville, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Alpha Alpha Alpha, Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Phi; Glee Club President; Greenbackers President; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Class President (2); Vice-President (3); Varsity Boxing (2). . ' A y ' — I GrewibacKgrs; Honor • CHARLES ALEXIS EMLING, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Gre: Board; Jambalaya; White Elephants (1). • JOHN PHILIP FISCHER, Tyler, Texas. • ROBERT EDMUND FLOWERREE, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Honor Board; Pan- Hellenic Council: Class Secretary-Treasurer (I, 2), Vice-President (4). ( . XWK • ASHBY JACKSON FRISTOE, New Orleans. Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Glee Club; Honor Board; Y. M.-.C. ; Boxing (2), ' -- i ' • VANCE EDGAR ALLEN GEIER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Y. M. C. A. JAMES JOSEPH GILLY, III, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsijaji, jifa Mu; French Club. J - ' J O u. M mk rf s » THOMAS SAMUEL GLASS, New Orleans, Louisia Phi Kappa Sigma; National CoUegiatc Players; . (i Oniversif iMjfe; Varsity Football. M MARVIN GRi ooklyn, New York. m T sri ni) ADRIAN JOHN GRUBER, Brooklyn. New York; Phi Sigma Delta. • ADRIAN SUTTON GWIN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omc a; Campus Nite;. Honor Board; Operetta; University Theatre Executive Secretary; Y. M. 0. A.; National Collegiate PIAy rs President; Hullabaloo Feature Editor. ' • DONALD HUGH HIGGINS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Glee Club (I); Hulla- baloo (3); Cotillion Club (2, 3); Pan-Hellenic Council (2, 3); Thirteen Club; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre (2). RENE HECTOR HIMEL, JR., Franklin, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Green- ackers. I V.- CHARLES HARRIS HUNT. JR., Bisbee, Arizona. FIRST COLUMN • ESTHER ROBERTS HUNT, Bisbec, Arizona; Phi Lambda Pi, Theta Nu; Hullabaloo. • HAROLD WALLACE HUNTER, New Orleans, Louisiana, • SIDNEY ITZKOFF, New York, New York. M • OWEN BRATTAlN.JK)HNSON, Peru, Indiana; A pa iella Choir; Glee Club; Football (I, 2, 3, 4). • HANS BOEGrt JONASSEN, Haugesund, Norway; Alpha Chi Sigma; Mathematics Club. • LEON JULES JOSEPH, New Orleans, Louisfana; Kappa Sig a. • JOHN JOSEPH KEESE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Delta Pi; Intramural Football, Basketball, Baseball. if • THOMAS MAXWELL KILUGORE, Lisbon, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta. SECOND COLUMN • CALVIN MORRIS KING, Sylvester, Georgia; Nu Sigma Nu, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JOHN ALFRED KING. New Orleans, Louisiana. • BERNARD ALOYSIUS KROBERT, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin; Alpha Phi Omega; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Football (I, 2, 3, 4); Basketball (2); Baseball. • ALBERT ANDREW LANG, Rio Piedras, P. R. • WILLIAM JOSEPH LANGLOIS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana. • JOHN FRANCIS LATHAM, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C. • JACK LEHMAN, Brooklyn, New York. • ALAN JERRY LEONARD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Lambda Kappa, Kappa Nu, Beta Mu. »» ft ' ' ft- 0 m r :: FIRST ROW • JAMES WILLARD LEWIS, LaGrange, Georgia. .• ' VT ' iiit V vr • JOHN JOSEPH LEWIS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Pi Alpha; F req.ch jC l ub ; Pan-Hellenic Council: Y. M. C. A. MILES LESLIE LEWIS, JR., Ada, Oklahonna; Phi Delta Theta. • DA aitSAli(UEL HS T, Brooklyn, New York. 3 - " a fr GORDON EDWARD LIPSCOMB, Atlanta, Georgia; Greenbackers X, • RANDOLPH ABRAHAM LONDON, West New York, New Jersey; Vairsi.tjjfeeball (2); Intramura JV SASIfcL LUBRANO, JR., Tannpa, Florida; Phi Rho ' Sigma. l ;.J - LESLIE lRVlNGJ.yKASH, New York, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. s£: w • PAUL McGILL, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Siqnna Phi; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. M. C. A. • PETER MANDK H, Gary, Indiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Phi; Honor Board; Student Council Vice-President; Student Body President; Honor Council Chairman; BasketbaH (I, 2, 3, 4), Football (I, 2, 3, 4), Captain (4). CLARA MARIE MANUEL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Camera Club; French Club; Honor Board. ' % HAROLD MARX, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Glendy Burke: International Relations Club; Oratorical and Debating Council: Varsity Debating. [184] FIRST COLUMN • JACK FRANCIS MEYER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi, Alpha Phi Omega; Band; Honor Board; International Relations Club; Y. M. C. A. • WILLIAM JOSEPH MOGABGAB, New Orleans, Louisiana. • WILLIAM BLANC MONROE, JR., New Orleans, .Loijisiana; Sigma Chi, Omicron Delta Kappa; Glendy Burke; Hullabaloo; Oratorical and Debating Coun(|]. w v • RAYMOND F.MOfclTGOMERY, New Orleans, Louisialii. NECA l «0 • SAMUEL SENECA lilOODY, JR., New Orle M LouiS ; Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Glendy Burke; Jamba ' aya (I, 2, 3). ' • MORTON B. MORGAN, New York, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. • GEORGE MARIUS MORLIER. New Orleans, Louisiana; Mathematics Club. SECOND COLUMN • HARVEY GEORGE O ' CONOR, Hot Springs, Arkansas; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ROBERT LYON PARKER, JR.. Birmingham, Alabama; Pi Kappa Alpha; Honor Board; Jambalaya Fea- ture Editor (3), Assistant Editor (4); Naval R. O. T. C; Lagniappes Executive Council; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil Chairman; Taffrail; Intramural Football, Basketball. • JINX PETERSON, Shreveport, Louisiana; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers; Taffrail; Uni- versity Theatre; Y. M. C A. O BENJAMIN ABY PETTY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Mu, Eta Sigma Phi; Classical Club; Y. M. C. A. • ANDREW LANE PLAUCHE, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Alpha Alpha, Omicron Delta Kappa; Glendy Burke; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Battalion Commander (3), Battalion Sub-Commander (4); Oratorical and Debating Council; Stripers; Taffrail; Class President (4). • ROBERT WILLIAM POLCHOW, New Orleans, Louisiana; Glendy Burke, Secretary-Treasurer; Honor Board; International Relations Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (4), Vice-President (4), Freshman Adviser (4). • HOWARD MILTON POPKIN, Brooklyn, New York. I 185] Bl Wl ff l ft li ■ , AAf ' -i ' FIRST ROW • LUIS CARLOS PRIETO, JR., Panama, R. P.; Phi lota Alpha. • HUMBERTO QUIRARTE AVROCATO, Juarez, Mexico. • HOWARD QUITTNER, Brooklyn, New York; Festival Choir. %yjl[ Ur,f% Ay • DAVIS FOLKES REID, Amite, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Honor Board; Hullabaloo; International Wk LLOYD JAMES REUTER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers; Taffrail. • MEYER ROSENBAUM, Bronx, Nev Yo(k. A A J " [ i r A? ' ' V j, « £i JOSEPH LEON ROSENZWEIG, Lake Village, Arkansas; Zeta Beta Tau, Beta Mu; Baseball (1); Boxing (I). !;• BASIL JOHANN RUSOVICH, New Orleans, Louisiana; International Relations Club; NjSlendy Burke. SABRIO III, New Orleans, Louisiana; French Club; Intramural Unit Mariager; Naval IP ' Taftrail; Intramural Basketball, Football, Softball, Soccer. StJC ' sShNEIDER, Chipley, Florida; Sigma Alpha Mu. • CURTIS5 JOSEPH SCHROEDER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Camera Club. • SAMUEL MELVILLE SCOTT, Oakdale, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha. yy FIRST COLUMN • ELIZABETH SEAVER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Nu; Groenbackers; Hullabaloo Society Editor; Junior Prom Committee; Cotillion Club, Executive Committee (3). • JULES JAYE SECKLER, Brooklyn, New York; Tau Epsilon Phi. • LYALL GUTHRIE SHIELL. JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Intramural Unit Manager; Varsity Track Man- ager (3); Varsity Track (4); " B " Football. • ASHLEY JACOB SHOCKET, New Orleans, Louisiana; Honor Board; Mathematics Club. • JOHN LATOUR SILVERIO, JR., Tampa, Florida; Phi Rho Sigma. • JOHN HOMER SIMS, JR., Poughkeepsie, New York; Phi Delta Theta; Honor Board; Varsity Foot- ball (3, 4). • FRED ALBERT SKELLIE, JR., Long Beach, Mississippi; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers; Taff- rail; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. SECOND COLUMN • ST. JOHN FRANCIS SMITH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Varsity Football (2, 3, 4); Varsity Basketball (2, 3, 4). • ARTHUR BRYAN SNOWHITE, Elizabeth, New Jersey;;|et6 Mu. • ALBERT PETER SPAAR, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Chi, Kappa Alpha. • JAMES WOODBURN SPENCER, New Orleans Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Alpha Alpha; A Capella Choir; Campus Nite; French Club Vice-President; Glee Club; Glendy Burke; Honor Council; Hullabaloo; Inteniational Rel ions Club; Operetta ' ; Y. M. C. X ' .; Class President (4). • WARREN LEE STERN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo Business Manager. • GLENN ERWIN TAYLOR. New Orleans. Louisiana; Track (I. 2, 3). • IGNATIUS TEDE5C0, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana. •y -■,, 1 " Wl Sl FIRST ROW • MANUEL CARNEADO THOMAS. Wheeling, West Virginia; Phi lota Alpha: Varsity Football (3, A). ■ ,wVv • EMMETT YOUNG TH0MA50N, New Orleans, Louisiana; A Capella Choir; Glee CU B; Herror Board; Operetta; University Theatre. • MARTIN TURKISH, Bayonne, New Jersey; Kappa Nu; Glee Club. HAROLD DAVin VFOIOR, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma A pha Mu. • J HN ' SWMPTER WALKER, JR. New Orleans, Louisiana; Honor Board. • WILLIXM HENRY WALLACE, III, Corpus Christi, Texas; Pi Kappa Alpha; A Capella Choir (I, 2); Glee Club (I, 2); Jarrbalaya {I, 2, 3, 4), Assistant Editor (2), Associate Editor (3), Editor-in-Chief (4); Publications Board; Greenbackers (3); Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges. ., ■ I H j J " ■ " ly o • l?AyiD ALEXANDER WARRINER, JR., New ' Ort ny ' jLouisiana; AlptlS ' Phi Omega; Glee Club; Honor Board; Operetta. • CHARLES PERRY WILLIS, Opelousas, Louisiana; Glendy Burke; Naval R. O. T. C bratorical and Debating Council; Taffrail; University Theatre. - • CHARLES PHILLIP WIMBERLY, York, Alabama; Delta Tau Delta. • RICHARD AKIRA YAMANOHA, Hilo, Hawaii. • HAROLD JOSEPH ZERINGER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Band (I, 2, 3); Green- ' A ' kers (3, 4); Honor Board (I, 2, 3, 4); International Relations Club. [188] JUniOR CLASS ff ia ' FIRST COLUMN • FERNANDO ALVARADO, San Jose, Costa Rica; Phi lota Alpha; Intramural Chess, Soccer, • HERMAN W. ANDERSON, JR., Brookhaven, Mississippi; Phi Kappa Sigma, Beta Mu; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • THOMAS GUS BAFFES, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Alpha Pi Alpha, Beta Mu; French Club; Glendy Burke; International Relations Club. • MICHAEL HARDIE BAGOT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Oratorical and De- bating Council. • EDWARD BLEIKE BALDINGER, JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Freshman Foren- sic Council; Hullabaloo; Y. M. C. A. Vice- President (2); Football Manager (2); Intramural Basketball, Football, Softball. • SAMUEL BAUM, Passaic, New Jersey; Phi Eta Sigma. • GERALD SANDERS BERENSON, Bogalusa, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; Y. M. C. A. • STANFORD DAWSON BEVIS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Pi Alpha, Beta Mu; Glee Club; Glendy Burke; International Relations Club. • JAMES FLIMEN BIGGART, JR., Mullens, West Virginia; Sigma Chi; Glee Club; Y. M C. A. • ARTHUR WILLIAM BOHMFALK, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; A Capella Choir; Band; Cam pus Nite; Glee , t lub; Hullabaloo; Operetta Symphony Orchestra: Y;. M. C. A.; Festival Choir Junior Prom Corrtmift e, e CHARLES ALLEN BURLESON, JR., Erie, Penn- sylvania; Alpha Pi Alpha; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; TaHrail. • LEWELL COLBERT BUTLER, Shreveport, Louis- iana. • ALBERT DAVID CAIRE, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JOE DAVIDSON CALHOUN, Ruston, Louis- • HORACE BROWNELL CHALSTROM, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Camera Club; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • LAWRENCE JOSEPH COHEN, Cheyenne Wyoming; Zeta Beta Tau; Y. M. C. A. THIRD COLUMN • ROBERT BERNARD COHEN, New York, New York; Kappa Nu. • RICHARD PEYTAVIN CROMWELL, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • EGBERT BOB CR05SETT, Anthony, New Mex- ico. • ELEANOR JOSEPHINE CROUCH, New Or- leans Louisiana. » BERNARD CUTLER, New York, New York; Honor Board. , I ' I [S CpND .COLUMN . • WALTER WGH BRfeNT, JR., Hammond Louis- iana; Beta Theta Pi; Y. M. C. A. • CLAUDE LAMAR BROWN, Mobile, Alabama; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Honor Board. • EDMUND. GRAVES BROWN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. iJl. • ANTHONY JOSEPH BRUNO, Elizabeth, New Jersey; Glee Club; University Theatre. , • LEAR WILLIAM DANE. New Orleans. Louis- iana Glee Club. ;« HENRY CONRAD DAUBERT, JR., New Or- eaps, Louisiana; Alpha Pi Alpha; Naval R O. T. C; Taffrail. • NORMAN DINHOFER, Brooklyn, New York; Kappa Nu; University Theatre. • HENRY MOSELEY DISMUKES, Mobile, Ala- bama; Phi Delta Theta. • CHARLES OSCAR DONNAUD, III, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; T. U. R. K.; Yachting Associa- tion. «?, W " , i. WO, ( . x yy f FIRST ROW • JOHN AARON DOWNS, JR., Pine Bluff, Arkansas; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. o PIERRE RADFORD DUPONT, New Orleans, Louisiana: Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Phi; Glendy Burke; Honor Board; T. U. R. K. • MITCHELL EDE, Haffiesburg, Mississippi. • LAWRENCE BRES EUSTIS, New Orleans, Louis- lina; Alpha Tau OtfKba; Gamma Epsilon Omega. • ROBERT VVALTER ' ' EVERETT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Gamma Epsilon Omega; Glee Club. • L,t«m 9pHARLES EYRICH, New Orleans, LouisiW; )wharfI(,, Alpha; Mathematics Cl.i«)5. - • STANFORD PHILIP HERRON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; Band; Camera Club; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A. • EUGENE HESDORFFER, Canton, Mississippi; Zeta Beta Tau; Band. N HUTTOI I FT. Smith. • VERNON CLARENCE FAGAN, Texarkai Texas; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. y ; • RtCHARD ALAN FAUST, New Orleans, Lo) is=;„ fo M lapa; Kappa Alpha; Honor Board; White Ele- ' • " • ants (I); Football .-— - ' ' ' m ' GERVAIS WEIL FQ«D, Jg Xake fch r V. Louisiana; Glendy Burkfl; -international ReUtions ' Club; Y. M C,,— A. t tudent Centg Souncil; Football " ' ■ • SAMERILL BENSO Arkansas; Phi Delta Theta • BERNARD LANDAU JACOBS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; Camera Club; Honor Board; Y. M. C. A.; Class Secretary-Treasurer (2). • MARION LEE JARELL, Alexandria, Louis- iana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Greenbackers. THIRD ROW JOHN JOFKO, Passaic, New Jersey; Phi 1 Sigma. ' « LEO ERNEST JOHNS; J=(ofcsville, Texas; Phi iTKappa Sigmaj,,.©ffe nb ' ackers: Y. M, C. A. y 3 Aipna; H f .VAN GOLDMAN, Bogalusa, Louis- SECOND ROW • SEYMOUR GOODSTEIN, Brooklyn, New York. • EDWARD DONALD GRAFF, New York, New York; Kappa Nu; University Theatre. • FREDERICK ERNEST GUEDRY, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Y. M. C. A.; Basebalt. • FREDERICK JACOB REAGAN HEEBE, Gretna, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; International Rela- tions Club. ' Or ARTHUR DUKES HERTZBERG. Bayonne, New Jersey. • LEONARD jMUELLER KING, JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Glendy Burke; Hullabaloa;- Naval R. 04 .; Taffrail; T. • WILKES ALLEN KNOLLE, N«w Orleans, Louis- iana; Delta Tau Delta; Slee Club; Operetta; Y. M. C, A. • VERNON RAYMOND KROLL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Si ma Phi; enbackers; White Elephants (I). " ' ft£ert • BERNARD LAHASKY, New Orleans, Louis- iana, • RICHARD- HONG WAh lLEE. Honolulu, Hawaii; Glee Club. • DUDLEY LEIBOWITZ, Brooklyn, New York. • ROBERT CRAWFORD LEONHARDT, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Glendy Burke; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil. • WALTER EDMOND LEVY, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau, Beta Mu; French Club; Honor Board; International Relations Club. r H I IllM fflllli FIRST COLUMN • PHILIP OSCAR LICHTBLAU, Union City, New Jersey. • BENJAMIN DUNCAN ALLEN LILL, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail; White Ele- phants (1). • STEWART McLENDON LONG, Atlanta, Geor- gia; Sigma Chi; T. U. R. K. ,, i • FOSTER COLLl ' hJs McCALEB, JR., New Ibe ria, Louisiana; Pht Delta Theta. • WILLIAM WHITLEY McCALL, Covington, Tenn. • GEORGE EDWARD McCASKEY, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Honor Board (I, 2); Intramural Council (2, 3); T. U. R. K.; Class President (I. 3); Class Vice-Presi- dent (2); Honor Council (3); White Elephants (I); Baseball (2, 3). • LOUIS WILLIAM McFAUL. JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma, Alpha Alpha Alpha, Gamma Epsilon Omega; Campus Nite; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taff- rail; White Elephants (I); Class President (2); Class Secretary-Treasurer (1). • ARMAND GOLDSMITH McHENRY, JR., Mon- roe, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glee Club; Honor Board; Y. M. C. A.; Class Secretary- Treasurer (3); Intramural Unit Manager (2); Boxing (I). • WILLIAM LESLIE McLEOD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • WILLIAM KENNON McWILLIAMS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma, Gamma Epsi- lon Omega; Campus Nite; Honor Board; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (I, 2, 3); President (2, 3); Bas- ketball (I, 2, 3); Football Manager (I, 2, 3); Baseball (3); Intramural Soccer, Football, Base- ball (I, 2, 3). SECOND COLUMN • CHARLES FREEMAN MAGINNIS, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Gamma Epsilon Omega; Green- backers; Honor Board; Hullabaloo; Jambalaya; Naval R. O. T. C. • WILLIAM DANIEL MAGINNIS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; PI Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Football (I, 2, 3). • MELVIN MANDEL, Brooklyn, New York; Glee Club; Operetta. • GEORGE PEABODY MARKS, III, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • HUNTER WILLYARD MAY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C. A. Cabi- net. • ARTHUR MURRAY MEISEL, Brooklyn, York; Kappa Nu; University Theatre. New • WILLIAM CLARK MENGE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Alpha ' Alpha; Honor Board; Hullabaloo; Jambalaya. • JULIAN JAMES M1E5TER, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Kappa Sigma; Band; University Theatre. • HENRY KINGKADE MILLER, Shreveport, Louis- iana; Phi Delta Theta; Glee Club; Honor Board; White Elephants (I); Intramural Football, Base- ball; Junior Prom Committee. • WILSON FLOYD MINOR, Bogalusa, Louisiana; Hullabaloo; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Intra- mural Basketball, Football, Baseball. THIRD COLUMN • HARRY PRESTON MORAN, JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. • RAFAEL NAVARRO, JR., Arroyo, Puerto Rico; Phi lota Alpha. • VINCENT ANTHONY PACIERA, New Orleans, Louisiana; Band; Symphony Orchestra. • MALCOLM SIDNEY PETERS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Basketball Manager (I), Assistant Var- sity Manager (2); Intramural Football, Basket- ball, Soccer, Softball (I, 2, 3). • PAUL OCTAVE HEBERT PIGMAN, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council. • IRVING PLUTZER, New York, New York. • ROBERT HOLLINGSWORTH POTTS, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Camera Club; White Elephants (I). • HOWARD HARVEY PRUE, Brooklyn, New York; Band; Campus Nite; Symphony Orchestra. • JOSEPH HARVEY RAPPEPORT, Shreveport, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu; Camera Club. • CHARLES JACKSON RAY, Greenville, Ala- bama; Phi Delta Theta; Honor Board; White Elephants. a n [1911 FIRST ROW KERMIT RHEA, Jonesboro, Arkansas. • GEORGE FITZGERALD SMOOT, Wetumpka, Alabama; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K. ? ( ' •v i Vt. • DONALD ARTHUR RINGE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Pi Alpha; Glendy Burlie; International Relations Club Vice-President (3). • J. WILLIAM ROSENTHAL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau, Beta Mu; A Capella Choir; Honor Board, t, • HERBERT ROTHEhlBERG, Newark, New Jer- sey; Sigma Alpha Mu; Camera Club; Univer- sity Theatre; Y. M. C. A. ILLIAM SACKEn, New Orleans, Lout AiW; pjspa Nu. ' -- • IRVING SOKOLSKY, Houma, Louisiana; Kappa Nu. - ,,__ • HARRY N. SOLOMON. Las Vegas, New Mex- ico; Zeta Beta Tau, Beta Mu; Boxing Manager (1). • HOWARD BURTON STRAUSS, Greenwood, Mississippi; Zeta Beta Tau. • LAWRENCE IRA TABOR, Brooklyn, New York. • CHARLES FREDERICK THOMASON. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Hullabaloo. » • BERNARD SALOMON, New Orleans, Loui5--?B» ' fe Kvv CM, THIRD ROW iana; Kappa Nu; Glee Club; Baseball (I); Intra- mural Soccer, Footb all, Free-throw, Horseshoes. nV C • MONROE STANLEY SAMUELS, Brooklyn, t ew V ' A • HYMAN CYRIL TOLMAS, .New Orleans, Louis- Vjana; Kappa Nu.. ._ _, TOw! CHARLES SCHWARTZ, JR., New f)rl(i ns, vx Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tai v A+pfia Alpha Alpha Glendy Burke; Intfimaflojial Relations Clob. DANIEL HERBERT SCHWARTZ, Brooklyn, New A f JF ' York; Tau Epsilon Phi. ifl» EMILE SAUTER SHERRARD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Mathematics Club. SECOND ROW • RALPH FRANCIS SHIRER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Band. • SAUL SIEGENDORF, Passaic, New Jersey; Intramural Football, Handball. • ERNEST POSEY de SIMONIN, Pretoria, South Africa; Alpha Tau Omega; French Club; Na- val R. O. T. C; Y. M. C. A. ,„» HARRY VERNON SIMS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. I 1S21 • EUGEME- LEONARD USDIN, St. Augustine, f (£ SS P f fa I Beta Tau, Alpha Phi Omega; I Gl rK ' fiu ' rkei-iC M. C. A. ' ' ' • LbRING SCOTT WALLACE, Port Arthur, Texas; Phi Delta Theta. • ROBERT BRYANS WATKINS, Indian Springs, Georgia. • ROBERT HAROLD WEGENER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Gamma Epsilon Ome . • GERALD NAT WEISS, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Sigma Alpha Mu, Beta t u; Honor Board. • HENRY ELLIOTT WILLIA»y)$, JR., Tampa, Florida; Alpha Tau Omega; ilival R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • LEWIS McLAURINE WILLIAMS, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta, Beta Mu; French Club; Jambalaya. • ROBERT MILTON WILLIAMS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Jambalaya Business Manager (2). • JACK RUFUS YOUNG, Florala, Alabama, UnDERGRflDUflTES FIRST COLUMN • WILLIAM BERNAM ADAMS, ' 45, Canton, Mrs- slssippi; Kappa Alpha. • MAURICE BERNARD ADELSON. JR., ' 45, Hol- landale, Mississippi; Zeta Beta Tau; Band; Cam- pus Nite; Y. M. C. A. ' " • KARL MICHAEL AIJIAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. ' v l O SAMUEL DANIEL ASHEN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • NORMAN JOSEPH AHENHOFER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. lJACK baker, ' 44, Bogalusa, Louisiana. " ' " » " iAMES CLARK BASS, ' 44, Jackson, Missis- sippi; Kappa Alpha; Y. M. C. A. l ' WAYNE ALEXANDER BEARD, ' 44, McComb • PAUL DAV iXL6XAfffER, ' 44, New YorkM k :„i„t„„;. p ; n.i,. Th=». New York. f .. • BRUCE WALTER ALSPACH, ' 44, Pascagoula, Mississippi; Phi Kappa Sigma. • WAYNE GORMAN ANDERSON, ' 44, Shenan- doah, Iowa; Beta Theta PT; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Tennis. • WALTER GILBERT ANDRY, III, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega. • CHARLES F. ANEPOHL, JR., ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Freshman Forensic Council; Glendy Burke; Y. M. C. A. • ISMAEL ANGULO, JR., ' 44, Tampa, Florida. • TOMAS RODRIGO ARIAS, ' 44, David, Pan- ama; Phi lota Alpha. SECOND COLUMN • JOSEPH SCOTT ARMSTRONG, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Glee Club; Track; Intramural Basketball, Football. Softball. • ELLIS ARONSON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Glendy Burke; Hullabaloo; Intramural Basketball, Football. • STANLEY VINCENT ASBURY, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; PI Kappa Alpha; Interna- tional Relations Club; Y. M. C. A.; Football (I. 2). • ALBERT AUGUSTUS ASHLEY. ' 44, Montgom- ery, Alabama; Phi Delta Theta. Mississippi; Phi Delta Theta. O wilLIAM THOMAS BEATY, JR., ' 44, Union South Carolina; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Y. M. 0. A. THIRD COLUMN • DAVID BERNHARDT, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • BOBBY BEVIS, ' 45, Arcadia, Florida; Kappa Alpha. • JOSEPH Z. BIEGELEISEN, ' 44, Jamaica, New York. • LIONEL HART BLACKMAN, ' 44, New York, New York; Band. • KENNETH GEORGE BLACKWELL, ' 44, New Orleans Louisiana. • JOHN WILLIAM BOEBINGER, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • ROSCOE OSMOND BONISTEEL, JR., ' 44. Ann Arbor, Michigan; Basketball (I); Golf (2). • DAVID FRENCH BOYD. JR., ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Rifle Team. • SAM ALBERT BOZEMAN. JR., ' 45, Haynesville, Louisiana; Y. M. C. A. • FRANK PEARCE BRADBURN, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. L V " f o [ 193 1 -s . .I ' l T ' ■=. f { •Uvv Vt FIRST ROW • CARL DYESS BRANNAN. ' 44, Jackson, Mis- sissippi; Kappa Alpiia; Honor Board; Thirteen Club (I). • HERBERT JOHN BREMERMANN, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta PI; Thirteen Club (I). O BERTRAM DONALD BRETTSCHNEIDER, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York; Kappa Nu. • CLYDE KIMBALL BROWN, ' 44, Wilmette, III; Delta Tau Delta; Pan-Hellenic Council; Thirteen Club (I); T. U. R. K.; Track. • i4mAK ERRY BROWN, III. ' 45, New Or- leans, ' Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Hullabaloo; Honor Board. ¥ memMuat ft R T S ' s c I E n 1 1 • FRANK SILVO BRUNO, ' 45, New Orleans, _. ' t Louisiana; Freshman Forensic Council; Glendy jT " - -_ J JOSEPH SUPPLE BRUNS, ' 45, New Orleans. " — - .-. ..Tt u ' siana. 1 -•--BAROLD DODD BUCK. ' 45. Columbus. Geor- gia; Alpha Tau Omega; Thirteen ClubV " " : ' ! • LEON DAWKINS BULTMAN. ' 45. New Or- ' leans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; White Ele- phants. SECOND ROW • BERNARD BURACK, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York. • JAMES GERARfi. CAIRE, ' 44, Edgard. Louis- • JOHN BERNARD CAIRE, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana. • JOHN FRED CARAWAY, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Glendy Burke; Honor Board; International Relations Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Oratorical and Debating Club; Taff- raTf; White Elephants (I); Y. M. C. A.; Fresh- man Forensic Council President ( I ). D S • LYLE FRANCIS CARRIERE. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; French Club; Glee Club; Glendy Burke; Green backers; Hullabaloo; University Theatre. e WALTER CARROLL. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • JAMES HENRY CARTER, JR. ' 45. Hatties- burg, Mississippi; Pi Kappa Alpha. • FABRICIUS HUMBOLDT CASON. JR.. ' 44. Jasper, Florida. • ROBERT FRANKLIN CATCHINGS. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ' THIRD ROW • WILLIAM DUNSTAN CHAMBLIN. ' 45. Blythe- ville, Arkansas; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Univer- sity Theatre; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. Secretary. , I ROBERT Lel OY CHIPLEY. JR., ' 44, Green- ' wood, ' " South Cbrotina; Kappa Sigma; Camera Club; Hullabaloo; Naval R. ,0. T. C. (I); Y. M. C. A.;.Tfinnis. • CHARLES WILLIAM CIPCTLl A. ' 44. Jersey ' City. New Jersey; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Glendy Burke; International Relations Club; Jambalaya; Oratorical and Debating Council. • MALCOLM MOORE COATE, ' 44, Arkadel- phla, Arkansas; Naval R. O. T. C. • OSCAR RINGGOLD COCKE. ' 45, Ellendale, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Basketball, Tennis. • MERVIN RUDOLPH COHEN, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York; Sigma Alpha Mu; Hullabaloo; Y M. C. A. • SIDNEY ALVIN COHN, ' 45, Union Springs, Alabama; Zeta Beta Tau; Hullabaloo. • EDWARD O ' BRIEN COMER, ' 44, Jacksonville, Florida; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. M. C. A. • ROBERT JAMES CONROY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. -X » il A FIRST COLUMN 9 GEORGE CAMPBELL COOKSEY, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Glee Club; Operetta. • ASAHEL WALKER COOPER, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • SAM CORENSWET, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; Camera Club; Glee Club. • MILLER MURRAY CRAGON, JR., ' 45, Alex- andria, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. • GORDON OWEN CRAGWALL, JR., ' 45, Gar- den City, New York; Kappa Sigma. • CHARLES WYATT CREGER, ' 44, Cincinnati, Ohio; Sigma Chi; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C. 9 CHARLES WHEELER DARNALL, JR., ' 44, Franklin, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Green- backers; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. • STEPHEN PLAUCHE DART, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Thirteen Club. • HEBER ELMER DARTON, JR., ' 44, Houston, Texas; Kappa Sigma; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • HENRY JOSEPH DAUTERIVE, JR., ' 45, New Iberia, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Glee Club; White Elephants. SECOND COLUMN • ROBERT EDWARD DAVIS, ' 44, Brooklyi York; Alpha Phi Omega. C- N, • ANTHONY JOHN DeLUCCA, ' 45, New Or lea ans, Louisiana. V • BODIE EUGENE t)dUGLAS, " 44, New QrV leans, Louisiana. - • HARRIS ' SOBEL 0ULIT2. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu; Camera Club; Glendy Burke. • ALBERT PETER DUREAU, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • JAMES EVERETT EAVES. . JR.. ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Y. M, C. A. • WILLIAM TYNES EDMONSON, ' 44, Birming- ham, Alabama; Phi Delta Theta. • THOMAS MORGAN EDWARDS, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana. • WILLIAM MOORE ELLIS, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; N aval R, O. T. C; Thirteen Club. • GORDON OVERTON EWIN. ' 44. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Thirteen Club; Y. M. C. A. THIRD COLUMN • WILLIAM GERSON FELLMAN. ' 44. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu; Band; Cam- era Club; Glendy Burke; Honor Board; Hulla- baloo; International Relations Club; Y, M. C. A.; Class Vice-President (2); Band; Assistant Librarian. • ROY GEROD FOLSE. ' 45. Donaldsonville, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Camera Club; Honor Board; International Relations Club. • JEROME BERNARD FORMAN, ' 44. New York. New York. • AUGUST HENRY FRAZER. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana, Alpha Phi Omega. • BERTRAM FREEDMAN. ' 45. Wakefield. New York. » WARREN JOSEPH GADPAILLE. ' 44. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta. • HYMAN PAUL GALBUT, ' 45, Miami Beach. Florida; Sigma Alpha Mu; Camera Club; Glendy Burke; International Relations Club; Y. M. C. A. • ARTHUR EMIL GAY, ' 45, Paris. France; Phi lota Alpha. • CRAWFORD DENTON GIBBES, JR.. ' 44. Lau- rel, Mississippi; Kappa Alpha. Alpha Alpha Alpha; Freshman Forensic Council; Y. M. C. A.; Class Secretary-Treasurer (2). • UPTON WRIGHT GILES, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; French Club. S a. V - tMl , v i V«» 0 V FIRST ROW • MASON PILCHER GILFOIL, 44, Lake Provi- dence, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • RUSSELL HARDY DEAN GILLESPIE, ' 45, Jack- sonville Beach, Florida. • EDWARD JOSEPH GILLY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • JOHN HAILEY GILMORE, ' 45, Hew Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Cannera Club. • KENIIY MARTIN GINSBURG, ' 45, Laurel, Mis- _ sissipmN Zeft ' Beta Tau; Glendy Burke. 7 • DANIEL DAVID GLADSTONE, ' 45, Brooklyn, New York; K ppa Nl|.;, THEO HIRSCH HARVEY. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Honor Board; Intramural Council; Naval R. O. T. C; Taff- rail; Thirteen Club. • AYNAUD MAURICE HEBERT, ' 45; ew Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Y. - M. C. A. • ERWIN HECKER. ' 45, Washington, District of Columbia; Sigma Alpha Mu; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • HARRY LEONARD HEINTZEN. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana. THIRD ROW • ROBERT GREENE HENDON, JR., ' 44, Bir- mingham, Alabama; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Greenbackers. tararOkl ' .y CslJ FREDERICK HOLLIES GUIDRY, ' 45 ' vvja||eans, Louisiana. , New Q( ' - ' - -. ' JOSEPH ALLEN GU[LBEAU, 4Pv, Texas; Beta Theta Pi; Band. CHARLES NAYLANO HERRICK, JR., ' 45, K yNew Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Band; " reshman Forensic Council; Hullabaloo; Naval k- ? ;STQ ' f fV lhite Elephants; Freshman Y. M. -tiHARLES GULOTTA, ' 45, New Or- ' vflS ns.N uisiana; Delta Sigma Phi. |C. A. ffitsidS • VICTOR. ' Mb ' SVELL HESS, JR., ' 44, New Or- Means, Louisiana; Freshman Forensic Council; Glendy Burke; Oratorical and Debating Coun- M • HENRY JOHN HllJ €tfRANc| JR., ' 44, Me- flTR T S EnCE i ' " . ! s s SeS D ROW • CHARLES HAMMOND, ' 45, Columbia, Mis- sissippi; Sigma Chi. • WILLIAM CARY HANCOCK, ' 45. Richmond, Virginia; Alpha Tau Omega; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. V, • CALVIN HUNTER HARLAN, ' 45, Humphrey, Arkansas. • WILLET BINION HARMON, ' 44, Apopka, Florida; Phi Delta Theta. • RUFUS CARROLLTON HARRIS, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail. tairie, Louisiana, y • JOHN GRISWOLD f|Hal Jl New Or- leans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alph flY. M. C. A.; University Theatre. • WILLIAM HARRINGTON H|CaiM, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alph§ • RICHARD LANE HINDERMANN, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; White Elephants. • WILMER GLAUNER HINRICHS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Band; Y. M. C. A. • JOSEPH ROTHSCHILD HIRSCH, ' 44, Green- ville, Mississippi; Zeta Beta Tau; Band; Honor Board; Intramural Unit Manager; Y. M. C. A.; Basketball, assistant manager. r 196] FIRST COLUMN • SIMON HERBERT HIRSCH, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana: Zeta Beta Tau; Glee Club. • RICHARD SAMUEL HODES, ' 44, Mianni Beach, Florida; Sigma Alpha Mu; Band; Camera Club; Glendy Burke; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; Inter- national Rel ations Club; Y, M. C, A. • STANHOPE FELIX HOPKINS, ' 44, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. • CALVIN CARL HOPPMEYER, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • WALTER LYALL HOWELL, JR., ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; French Club; Honor Board; Y. M. C. A. • THEODORE MALCOLM HUGHES, ' 45. Jetfer- sonville, Indiana. • EDWARD SIDNEY HYMAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu; Camera Club; Glendy Burke; Honor Board; International Rela- tions Club; Y. M. C. A. a SOL LEWIS KOOK, ' 44, Jersey City, New Jersey; Kappa Nu. • JAMES HIRAM KOSTMAYER. ' 44. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Beta Theta PI; Naval R. O. T. C. • RICHARD WILLIAM KRAMER. ' 44. Jennings, Louisiana. • FRANK PETER KRIEGER, JR.. ' 45, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Hullabaloo; Naval R. O. T. C. • PHILIP JOSEPH KRUPP. III. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; White Elephants, • JACK KUSHNER, ' 44, New York, New York; Kappa Nu. THIRD COLUMN • LUCIUS SIDNEY LaBRUYERE, JR., ' 45, Mar- rero, Louisiana. • M. MILTON JALLER, ' 44, New York, New York; Kappa Nu; University Theatre. • ALBAN EMILE JOFFRION, ' 45, Laurel, Mis- sissippi; Band; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A.; Festival Choir. • FREDERICK N. KEMP, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Pi Kappa Alpha. SECOND COLUMN • FRANK EUGENE LAMOTHE, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; White Ele- phants; Y. M. C. A. • JOSEPH DOMENICO LAZZARA, ' 44, Tampa, Florida. • JAMES KINLER LEES, ' 44, Jacksonville, Flor- ida; Glee Club; Operetta. tjt DIXON GEARHART LeGROS, ' 44, New Or- i 9 i ans, Louisiana; Campus Nite. m • HENRY ALEXANDER KEVLIN, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval ' ■ - ' -ii v ' ' jK O. T, C; Taffrall. |ri|f ALPH • EDWARD CORBIA LeMEILLEUR. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Band. • ROSWELL STIGLETS KIMBALL, JR., Bf t Mississippi; Pi Kappa Alpha; Intramural Cour cil. • JOSEPH CLEMENT KING, ' 44, Jackson, Mis- sissippi; Zeta. Beta Tau; Glendy Burke; Honor Board; Internaiional Relations Club; Y. M. C. A. (■:■ • BERTRAM ' SIMON KLEp i|,NOW, ' 44, Brook- lyn, New York; Y. M. C. A. " ' ' ;-:-y Ofrfaans, Louisian ONSE CHARLES LETELLIER, ' 45, New a; Band; Honor Board, • RALPH LEVY, JR., ' 45, Memphis, Tennessee; Zeta Beta Tau. • WILLIAM FORREST LIHLE, ' 44, Wetumpka, Alabama; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • LEO CHARLES LOB, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Zeta Beta Tau; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrall. J FIRST ROW • ALVIN NEWMAN LONDON, ' 45, Hatties- burg, Mississippi: Sigma Alpha Mu; Band: Glendy Burl e: Y. M. C. A. • TRUETT GEORGE LONG. ' AS, Ridgeland, South Carolina; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; White Ele- phants: Y. M. C. A. • MILLARD EMILE MATTHEW, Ml. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Pi Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C. • EDWARD RUSSELL MEADOWS, ' 44, Cirming- ham, Alabama; Beta Theta Pi. leans, Louisiana; D Ita VSIgma Pht; Y. M. C. A. 1 • BENJAMIN EDWARD LOUP, ' 45, New Or- • HAROLD LOVITZ, ' 45. Jacksonville. Florida; Sigma Alpha-Mu. • RdBERT DWsSSrLOW, ' 44, Fort WorthT Texas; Kappa Alpha; Greenbackers; Y. M, C. A. • JOHN LAWRENCE McCARTHY, ' 44, Ne ' Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O. T. O.; Taffrail • EDWARD FRANKLIN lRt?fe , ' 44, Clear- water, Florida; Band; Campus Nite; Glee Club. • CHASE IRVING MENEFEE, ' 45, Shreveport, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; Intramural Basketball; White Elephants. • JAMES JO HN EDMOND MESTIER, ' 44, St. Kitts, Leeward Islands, B. W. I.; Sigma Chi; Greenbackers; Y. M. C. A.; Track (I, 2). m THIRD ROW jBjT SAMUEL ■ " rTeans Louisi » ROBERT ANDRUS METHENY, ' 45, Savannah, Missouri; Alpha Tau Omega. EL JASON McGREW, ' 45, Nevi Oj ' leans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Y. M. i ' V«„JOHN ALLAN McLELLAN, ' 44, New, Or leans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Naval R. O T. C. ffRTifftiD . MAC CAMPBELL MALLARY. ' 44. New Or- ' ' jBans, Louisiana; Band. SECOND ROW • NELSON MANOWITZ, ' 44, Jersey City, New Jersey; Kappa Nu. X • JAMES JACKSON MANSON, III, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Beta Theta P;i Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Y. M. C. A. • LUTHER WHIT MAPLES. JR., ' 45, Gulfporf, Mississippi; Pi Kappa Alpha. • ERNEST PETER MILLER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha, a||al R. O. T. C. WILLIAM SHERMAN MARSHALL, ' 44, Leon, ansas; Basketball. • VAL CHARLES MOGENSEN] ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Honor Board. e LOUIS LeCORGNE MOtSE, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • ROBERT McPEAKE MONTGOjvlfRY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa ' Sigma; Honor Board. • MELVIN MOORE, ' 44, New York, New York; Hullabaloo; Mathematics Club. • HERBERT LEON MOSKOWITZ, ' 44, New York, New York; Kappa Nu. • ALLYN MILES MUNSER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana. 0 ' ' FIRST COLUMN • HARRY KEYES MURRAY, JR., ' 44, Louisville, Kentucky; Phi Delta Theta: Naval R. O. T. C; Football (I); Rifle Team. • CLYDE EVERETT NOBLE, JR., ' 45, Crowley, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; Tulanians; Synnphony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A. • WALTER CLIFTON PAYNE, ' 44, Pensacola, Flor- ida; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JAIME PENNE, ' 45, Nev Orleans, Louisiana. • MARION JAMES PICINICH, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Camera Club. • IRWIN FELIX POCHE, JR., ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi, Alpha Phi . Omega; Camera Club; Y. M. C. A. • CARL JOHN NYMAN, ' 44, New Orleans, -, Louisiana; Alpha Pi Alpha, Alpha Phi Omega.rv ' i I ' v i ' • IV ' i PAUL CHRISTIAN POTTHARST, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; Jambalaya; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • NATHANIEL JOHNODDO, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Y. M. C. A : - • STANFORD LESTER OPOTOWSKY, ' 44, New ' Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu. ' • RAMON ADRIAN ORIOl, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • STANLEY JEROME ORLOFF, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York; Kappa Nu. • WILLIAM WILFRED OSER, JR., ' 44, Alexan- dria, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Green- backers. • WILLIAM CECIL OWEN, JR., ' 44, Clewiston, Florida; Pi Kappa Alpha; Greenbackers: Honor Board; Intramural Council; Jambalaya; Naval R. O. T. C. • GUSTAVE LOUIS PAILET, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Nu; Intramural Basketball, Foot- ball, Softball. SECOND COLUMN • WILLIAM DALLAS PARKER, ' 44, Pachota, Mis- sissippi; Football. • EDWARD DEMAREST PARKH0U5E, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Glee Club; White Elephants. • JOHN BILL PARMLEY, ' 44, Electra, Texas. • WILLIAM THOMAS PATTON, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Glee Club; Honor Board; Operetta; T. U. R. K.; Y. M. C. A. T. U. R. K.; Intramural Basketball; White Ele- phants. • JACK WENDELL POU, ' 44, Shreveport, Louis- iana; Kappa Alpha. THIRD COLUMN • JAMES ALEXANDER POYNER, ' 44, Dothan, Alabama; Phi Delta Theta. • JOHN EARL PRITCHARD, ' 44, Oak Park, Illinois; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Intramural Council; Naval R. O. T. C. • SIDNEY WILLIAM PROVENSAL, JR., ' 44, Slldell, Louisiana: Pi Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Y. M. C. A. • ALLEN EUSTIS QUERENS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Band. • JAMES HARRISON QUINN, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Intramural Football. • LOUIS VATTER RAND, II, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisana; Kappa Alpha. • ROBERT EUGENE RATELLE, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Classical Club; Y. M. C. A.; Festival Choir. • STAIGG GEORGE RAY, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Thirteen Club. • THEO TODD REBOUL, ' 44, Hattlesburg, Mis- sissippi; Camera Club; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JOSEPH ERNEST REEKS, ' 44, Shreveport, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. [199] -»- r " . ' . • .v ' H ' FIRST ROW • WILLIAM ARCHER REID, ' 45, Atlanta, Geor- gia; Sigma Chi; White Elephants. • ROBERT JOHN REINHARDT, M5, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; International Relations Club. • ROBERT RANDOLPH RICHMOND, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana, Phi Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C. A. • JACK SAS(b WINTER ROBERTSON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana, Beta Theta Pi; T. U. R. K. • -V BASSE JOSEPH ROBIN, JR., ' 45, New Or_-_. lea ls Nttiuislana; Pi Kappa Alpha. • MARLOU SCHMINKE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana. • ENNO AUGUST SCHOENHARDT, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana. ■44, • EDWARD AUGUSTUS ROGERS, JR., ' 44, N«|i Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega. • FLOYD DAVID ROOS, ' 45. Shreveport, Louis tt ' « r ' ianay ta Beta Tau; Glendy Burke. k T J ANIEL ROSE, JR., ' 44, New Orleans L( " •_ JACK SONTHEIMER ' ROSENTHAL,J ; ash i; ingfon. District of Columbia; Zcfa feti Tau; Vi Glee Club. • JAMES HARDING SCHWAB, ' 45, Cincin- nati, Ohio; Zeta Beta Tau;., .Gle,e_ Club; Interna- tional Relations Club. • GEORGE SCHWARTZ, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York; Y. M. C. A. • RALPH JACOB SCHWARZ, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Glendy Burke; Naval R. O. T. C; Taff- rail. • JOSEPH CARRYL SEAMAN, ' 45, Waterproof, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. T ilRD Rf6w • THOMAS- BENTON SELLERS, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • JAMES BERT SENNETT, ' 44, Sheldon, Illinois; Pi Kiab ' pa Alpha; Band; Symphony Orchestra. H M KM SIDNEY ROSENTHAL, JR., ' 44, New Orl M?|Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; Band. leans. w ' I I 1 ' I ' ■ w . jV ' gr.i.-. ' !r: M W A ft ' .y - v. ■ M TRT TIJ SECOND ROW • LEONARD MAURICE ROSMAN, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu; Glendy Burke; Naval R. O. T. C; Y. M. C. A. • JOHN ALBERT ROSS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Camera Club. • LLOYD JOSEPH ROUX, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana. • SEYMOUR IRVING SALLOWAY, ' 44, Peabody, Massachusetts; Oratorical and Debating Coun- cil; Intramural Basketball. • ROBERT REID SENTER ' Louisiana; Kappa Alpha • LAWRENCE SHAPTri York. New Orleans Brooklyn, New • WILLIAM HOMER SfttPARB ' , ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Band; Naval R. O. T. C. • ARTHUR JEROME SILVERMAN, ' 44, New York, New York; Pi Lambda Phi. ; • JERRY NICHOLS SIMS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. • ROLAND COLONGNE SMITH, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C. • HARRY SPIRO, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana. • DANIEL WEBSTER SPURLOCK, JR., ' 44, Shreveport, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. t200] FIRST COLUMN • WILLIAM FITZGERALD STAHL, ' 45, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C. • JOSEPH AVROME STERNBERG, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau. • STONE BOULET STICKNEY, ' 45, Mobile, Ala- bama; Beta Theta Pi; Glee Club. i • LANGDON HENRY STONE, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alph _ Tau Omega; Glendy Burke. ' ' v) • HERBERT HALL VOGEL, ' 45, New York, New York; Kappa Nu. • CHARLES FELIX WASSERMAN, ' 44, New York, New York; Honor Board. • PHANOR BREAZEALE WATERS, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Glendy Burke; Y. M. C. A. Ml j? ' ) SUYTON HAMPTON WATKINS, ' 45, New eria, Louisiana; Glendy Burke; Y. M. C. A. )k • MALCOLM RENSHAW 5T0USE, ' 44, New O Sf leans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; Greenbackers; . i val R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JAMES CHESTER STRICKLAND, ' 45, Tampa, Florida; Delta Sigma Phi; Glee Club; White Elephants. • DELBERT PEMBROKE STRONG, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiaria-; Beta Theta ' .PI. • RAYMOND SUAREZ, ' 44. Tampa, Florida. • AVRON YUCELLE SWEET, ' 44, St. Peters- burg, Florida. • JOSEPH TRAUTMAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Football. SECOND COLUMN • RAY CLIFFORD TREMONT, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. • WILLIAM VON PHUL TRUFANT, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C. • JAMES GIBSON TUCKER. JR., ' 44, Leiand, Mississippi; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Alpha Alpha. • PAUL WARREN ULLMAN, ' 45, New York, New York; Sigma Alpha Mu; Hullabaloo; Y. M. C. A. • DAVID ELMORE VERLANDER, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma, Alpha Phi Omega; University Theatre. V;: i WALTER GOETZ WEDIG, JR., ' 44, Now Or- ieans, Louisiana. THIRD COLUMN • MORRIS JACOB WEISLER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Nu. • CORNELIUS DEE WHITE, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi. • THEODORE HERMAN WILKE, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Interna- tional Relations Club; Y. M. C. A. • STEWART McGEHEE WILLIAMS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • HARVEY EUGENE WINDES, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Theta PI; Thirteen Club. • JACK MARION WITCHEN, ' 45, Pascagoula, Mississippi. • WILLIAM EVERARD WRIGHT, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Freshman Forensic Council; Glendy Burke; Oratorical and Debating Council. • EARL MARVIN ZANDER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu; Y. M. C. A. • LAWRENCE LOUIS ZERINGER, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; PI Kappa Alpha; International Relations Club; Jambalaya; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants (I). • LEONARD ZINKER, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York; Y. M. C. A. r 201 I - - ' i ( M . li ' K faii c ..t i ' sm - Ewin, Cole, O ' Donnell, Grain, Fin ley. R I n G OFFICERS STUDENT BODY JAMES PERKINS EWIN President SHEPARD FRANCIS PERRIN, JR Vice-President FAURIE EUGENE FERCHAUD Secretary-Treasurer SENIOR CLASS ROBERT COLE President WALTER J. VERLANDER Vice-President SANTOS V. SHIELDS Secretary-Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS HERBERT O ' DONNELL, JR President RICHARD B. LOGAN, JR Vice-President NEILL P. JEFFREY, JR Secretary-Treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS THIMOTHY GRAIN President ALLISON LEVY Vice-President WILLIAM BARNES Secretary-Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS LEONARD FINLEY President WARREN HOPPMEYER Vice-President JOHN WILLIAM BARNES Secretary-Treasurer .v ' W jj. y- ' yl t ' •Vv A ' ' » . FIRST ROW • MARTIN SIMON BAER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American Institute of Chemical Engi- neers. • VERNON WYATT BARROW, Money, Mississippi; Phi Kappa Sigma; American Institute ot Electrical Engineers. • HAROLD CLARENCE BECKER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American Institute of Electrical Teclinolog Engineers; Engineers [TeGhnological Atelier. BLAK • RALPH EDGAR- BLAKE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers. • " " S . • JOHw DIXON BRUNS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers. • ROBERT MERRILL COLE, St. Louis, Missouri; Kappa Sigma, Phi Phi; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Honor Board; Naval R. Oj L-Cr; Pan-Hellenic Council; Stripers; Taffrail; T. U. R. K.; Class President (4); Basketball (I); Intramural Basketball, Football, Soccer, J - II SECOND. OW I C .m ' ' • GEORGE LAWHON CRAIN, Shreveport, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Alpha Chi,,Sftfma; JAmerican Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers. SYLVESTER HUBBARD CROCHET, Houma, Louisiana; Architectural Society, EfiGinEERt O ARTHUR gUENTIN DAVIS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Taufj i ifecfural So ty President; Camera Club; Hullabaloo; T. U. R. K. President; Gargoyle. • Theodore WILLIAM DIETZE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta PI; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Mathematics Club. • STANLEY GEORGE DINKEL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta PI; American Institute Electrical Engi- neers, Chairman; Engineers Technological Atelier; Louisiana Engineering Society. 1 1 A L ' EDWIN DOUGLAS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; American Society of Civil Engineers; Band; Engineers Technological Atelier; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan- Hellenic Council; Taffrail; Jambaiaya Representative; Freshman Track, Basketball. [204] FIRST COLUMN • HOLMES EARL, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society of Civil Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • WILLIAM JOSEPH ECKART, JR., New Iberia, Louisiana; Beta Tlieta Pi; Architectural Society; Univer- sity Theatre. • JAMES PERKINS EWIN, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Phi; American Society of Civil Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Honor Board; Student Council President; Student Body President; T. U. R. K. • FAURIE EUCENE FERCHAUD, Baion Rouge, Louisiana; Tag Bjta Pi; American Institjte of Electrical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Student Body Secretary-Treasurer. • IRWIN FRANKEL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Chemical Engineers; Band (I, 2, 3); Louisiana Engineering Society. • FREDERICK SEVERIN FREDERICKSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers; Taffrail. • CHRISTOPHER PAUL GADSDEN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Mathematics Club. SECOND COLUMN • MORRIS HERMAN SOLD, Niagara Falls, New York; Kappa Nu; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. • WILLIAM SCOTT GOLDMAN, Waterproof, Loulsiaiih; Kappa Sigma; American Society of Civil Engi- neers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C: Taffrail. • ARTHUR WILLIAtii ' GOODWIN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American Institute of Chem- ical Engineers. j f.; :- . ' y » |f • JACK GORDON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Zefa Beta Tau; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers TechnplfSgical Atelier; University Theatre; Varsity lp:plf; Intramural Basketball, Football, Baseball. " : ■ - ; I GRANT, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society of Mechanical Engl- • ARTHUR AtfGUSTIN ( • BERNARD ALBERT GREHAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; American Society of Civil Engi- neers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers; Taffrail. • MILTON FORTUNE HILBERT, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Chemical Engi- neers; Band President; Engineers Technological Atelier; Intramural Unit Manager; Symphony Orchestra; T. U. R. K.; Intramural Basketball, Softball, Football, Soccer. FIRST ROW • WILLIAM OTIS HUDSON, II, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; American Society of Civil Engi- neers, President; Engineers Technological Atelier, President. .¥ Vl U. • ESMOND JOHN KEATING, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engi- neers Technological Atelier. 9 JAMES WESLEY LEAKE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Architectural Society. • EDWARD BRAS EEt, LEVERICH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Yachting Association. • ELU Sv LEVlN, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. Vice-Chairman (3), S CT ary (4); Band: Jambataya Representative (3); Louisiana Engineering Society (3, 4). • JEFFERSQW DA LEVINE, New Orleans. Louisiana ' ; Atpha Chi Sigma; American Institute of Chem- ical Engineers. " ,1 ■iT- ' • ' I KEEP ' ■ " ' ' " - ON D OW ■, V i l ' ' ' ' . m THOMAS BENBURY LOCKETT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; American Society of Mechan- (Jw pv|t§al Engin Mi, SPALDING KENAN MANSON, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa 5igm AVierican Society ■of Civil Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants (I); Y. M. 0. A. • JOHN MARTIN MIAZZA, New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha " Epsilon, Tau BeMlPI; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Louisiana Engineering Society. - X. • WILLIAM AUGUST MOD, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. £11 G I n £ £ h ill G • GLADYS ARDELL NOLAN, Jacksonville, Florida; Gargoyle: Architectural Society. O RALPH PETER NOLAN, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers. FIRST COLUMN • SHEPARD FRANCIS PERRIN, JR., New Orleans. Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Alpha Chi Sigma; Annerican Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Class Vice-President (I), Secretary-Treasurer (2); Student Body Vice-President; Baseball (I, 2); Intramural Baseball, Football, Basketball, Soccer. • HAROLD EUGENE PIQUi, New Orleans, Louisiana; Architectural Society; Mathematics Club; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Lagniappes. .1 • LOUIS LAWRASON POURCIAU, New Roads, ' t oui iana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; American Institute of Electrical Engineers, • IRWIN ABE RABENOVITZ, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Nu; American Institute of Chemical Engi- neers; Glee Club; Louisiana Engineering Society, • ROGER MAURICE SANDERFORD, JR., Waco, Texas; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. • OSCAR SCHNEIDAU, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Phi; American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; T. U. R. K.; Lagniappes. • WALTER " " DORM AN SHEPARD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Omicron Delta Kappa; Gargoyle; Achitec- tural Society; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers; Taffrail; T. U. R. K.; B.S. Degree, Tulane University. SECOND COLUMN • JOHN JOSEPH SHEPPARD, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. • RAYMOND SHERRARD, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. • SANTOS VINCENT SHIELDS, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society of Civil Engineers, Secretary; Band; Honor Board; Hullabaloo; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Class Secretary-Treasurer (4). • MAURICE SINGER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Nu; Architectural Society; Band; Camera Club; Mathematics Club. • SPENCER GRAY SMITH, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. • JOHN ROBERT TU5SON, Gretna, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Chi Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Louisiana Engineering Society. a WALTER JAY VERLANDER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Honor Board; International Relations Club; Y. M. C. A.; Class Vice-President (4). [207: " W .A dlM FIRST ROW • WILLIAM B. CRAFT, Walerproof, Louisiana. »N ' - f VvyVt • EDWARD ALONZO ADEY, III, New Orleans, Louisiana: Kappa Sigma; American Society of Civil Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • JAMES ARMSTRONG ALPHIN, Eldorado, Arkansas; Kappa Sigma, Gamma Epsllon Omega. • NORMAN AARON ARONSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa NiTi .A Capella Choir; Archi- tectural Society; Gifee )Club; Operetta; Festival Choir. XA • FRANCIS RQWEN BARNARD. JR.. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Sigma Phi EpsMon; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. « THOMAS COSGROVE CREAGON. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Chi Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engi- neers. . • CLYDE JOSEPH CUCULLU. New Orleans. Louisiana; American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers. 9 ROBERT WILLIAM CUMMINS, New Orleans. Louisiana; Architectural Society. • HARRY RICHARD DAVIE5, New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Pan-Hellenic Council. f-v • JOSEPH GRIMA BERNARD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Architectural Society, • MILTON JOSEPH BIENVENU, Reserve, Louis- isana; Architectural Society; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail, T. U. R. K. VA■• ' ' i- • JOHN FRANCIS BOWEN, JR., New Oriels, .V auisi na; American Institute of Electrical ngif rna; • PERRY LAWRENCE BROWFJ. New Ibei Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Architectural Society; Glee Club; Jambalaya Staff ' Phbtog- raphsr; Operetta. VICTOft H BRUNO. New Orleans. Louis- iana; Archltectu rm. Society; Symphony Orchestra. SECOND ROW Baseball. h - THIRD ROW • JOHN HENRY BRUNS. New Orleans, Louis- iana; Tau Beta Pi; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers; Intramural Football; Basketball. • JOHN SPOTSWOOD BURWELL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. • HUBERT CLOTWORTHY. JR.. New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers; Louisiana Engineering Society. • LESTER FERDINAND COLEMAN. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Pi Alpha; American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers; Y. M. C. A. • EDWARD JUDSON DEMAREST. New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Architectural Society; Intramural Unit Manager; Naval R. O T. C; Taffrail. Y. M.C. A. JOHN JACOB DESMOND. Hammond, Louis- ana -i £Ei f ri Society; Naval R. O. T. C. • HERMAN JOHN DUNCAN, JR., Alexandria, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon Architectural Society; Glee Club; Y. M. C. Ai t • ROBSON BRANAN DUNWODY, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Chi SlgrTia; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. ' • JAMES ANTHONY EVANS,. ' l ie Orleans, Louis- iana American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers; Taffrail. • RICHARD CURTIS FITZGERALD, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Al ha; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Maval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. , , " • ALVIN SCHAAF FLETTRICH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Architectural Society; T. U. R. K.; Y. M. C. A.; Track (I). • JOHN FRANCIS FORTIER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers; Honor Board. • CHARLES WILLIAM FRANK, New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Treasurer; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Rifle Team. [208] FIRST COLUMN • FRANK CHARLES FROMHERZ. New Orleans, Louisiana: Sigma Chi; American Society of Civil Engineers: Engineers Technological Atelier; Yachting Association. • FREDERICK ALBERT G1E5EMANN, New Or- leans, Louisiana; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Intramural Basketball, Softball, Foot ball. • ALVIN GOSMAN GOTTSCHALL, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Sigma. Alpha Epsllon; American i Society of Mechanical Engineers; International Relations Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Thir- , teen Club (I); T. U._ R. K.; Y. M. C. A.; Louis- ' ' iana Engineering Society. • ROBERT JOSEPH ©RUSH, New Orleans, Louis- iana; American Society of Xechanical Engineers; Naval R. O. T.fC; fSffilii; Football (I, 2, Varsity (2, 3). h ' ■ X • JOHN FRANCIS HALLIGAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Pi Alpha; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. • NORMAN GERALD HAMM, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers, Treasurer. • FRANCIS JACK HIGGINS, New Orleans, Louisiana: American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers; Louisiana Engineering Society. • IRWIN HERMAN ISAACS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Camera Club; Jambalaya Staff Photographer; University Theatre. • WILLIAM JAMES JACOBI, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers. SECOND COLUMN • NEILL PRES5LEY JEFFREY, Jeanerette, Louis- iana; American Society of Civil Engineers, Re- cording Secretary; Engineers Technological Ate- lier; Honor Board; Mathematics Club; Y. M. C. A,; Class Secretary-Treasurer (3). • JAMES MORTON JENNINGS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Louisiana Engineering Society; Intramural Baseball, Ping- Pong. • ERNEST PRESTON JOHNSON, JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; American So- ciety of Civil Engineers; Eqgineers Technolog- ical Atelier; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ROY ERNEST JOHNSON, New Orleans, Louis- iana; American Society of Civil Engineers, Treas- urer; Band; Engineers Technological Atelier; Y. M. C. A.; Varsity Baseball; Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball, Soccer. • PAUL MARTIN KOREN, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Alpha Chi Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Y. M. C. A. • ANTHONY EDWARD LABARRE, New Orleans. Louisiana; American Institute of Chemical Engi- neers; Naval R. O. T. C. • EDWIN ALBERT LAFAYE. JR.. New Orleans. _ Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; American Society . of Mechanical Engineers; Camera Club, Presi- ;acnt. Y. M. C. A. ' f ' JAMES ROGERS LAMANTIA, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Pi Alpha; Architectural So- cietV, Greenbackers; Y. M. C. A. • LOUIS JOSEPH LE CARPENTIER. New Or- leans, Louisiana; American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers. THIRD COLUMN • JOSEPH THOMAS LEE, New Orleans, Louis- iana; American Society of Civil Engineers, Vice- President; Engineers Technological Atelier; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Football, Basketball, Soft- ball, Soccer. • RICHARD BLAND LOGAN, New Orleans, Louisiana: Delta Kappa Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Engi- neers Technological Atelier; Glee Club; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Y. M. C. A. • ALBERT BABCOCK McCOARD, New Orleans, Louisiana: Sigma Chi, Phi Phi; American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers; Intramural Unit Manager: Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil; Taffrail; White Elephants (I); Boxing (I, 2); Intramural Football, Basketball, Soccer, Base- ball. • TRIST BRINGIER McCONNELL, Monroe, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; American Insti- tute of Electrical Engineers; Y. M. C. A.; Intra- mural Football, Basketball, Tennis. • PETER ALBERT McLEOD, JR., Laurel, Missis- sippi; Sigma Chi; American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C. C JAMES HENRY MARTIN, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi, Phi Phi. • JOHN LUIS MARTINEZ, New Orleans, Louis- iana; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. • HOWARD FLEMIN MARX, Monroe, Louis- iana; Zeta Beta Tau; American Society of Me- chanical Engineers; Band; Pan-Hellenic Council. • JAMES HUGH MILLER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. -m w r A [209] ' ( •l vA ' Uv EiioililERinG PIRST ROW • WILEY LYONS MOSSY, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma, Alpha Chi Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C; American Institute of Chem- ical Engineers. • GEORGE KING PRATT MUNSON, Jeanerette, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • ROBERT EWING NEWLIN. New Orleans, Louis- iana; Phi Kappa Sigma; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Y. M. C. A.; Class Secre- tary-Treasurer (I, 2); Intramural Basketball, Foot- ball, Baseball. • HERBERT O ' DONNELL. JR.. New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi, Tau Beta Pi; Amer- ican Society of Civil Engineers; Engineers Tech- nological Ataller; Honor Board; Intramural Unit Manager; Mathematics Club; T. U. R K.; Y. M. C. A.; Yachting Association; Class President (3); Intramural Basketball. Football, Softball, a " . • THOMAS BIOSSAT PARKERSON. Lafayette. Louisiana; Sigma Chi; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C. O JOSEPH ARLINGTON PARTRIDGE. JR.. New Orleans, Louisiana ;--Dtelta Tau Delta; ArchitectuT ral Society; Naval R. O. T. C. O JOHN JOSEPH PASTOREK, New Orleans i ' Louisana; Alpha Chi Sigma; American Ir tituw | of Chemical Engineers. 1. • FRANK MARTIN PENKJEBAKERT New Orle ns. ' Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; American Society of Civil Engineers; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan- Hellenic Council; Taffrail; Thirteen Club. • RAYMOND ROBERT PERINE, JR.. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; American So- ciety of Mechanical Engineers; Giee Club; Intra- mural Council; Nava R. O. T. C; Taffrail; While Elephants. • JOHN TAYLOR ROBERTS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Chi Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Fresh- man Forensic Council; Honor Board (I); Jamba- laya; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; T. U. R. K.; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A., Treasurer; Junior Prom Committee. o WILLIAM BLACKBURN RUDOLF, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; American So- ciety of Mechanical Engineers; White Elep hants (I); Yachting Association. • SAMUEL WESLEY RYNIKER. New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taff- rail; Thirteen Club. • ROBERT EDWARD SCHNEIDER, JR.. New Or- leans. Louisiana; American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers. THIRD ROW SECOND ROW • ALDEN JOSEPH PERRY, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Architectural Society. JOI- N GALBRAITH PRATT. JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C. • WARD CUMBERLAND PURDUM, New Or- leans, Louisiana; American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. O OLE MANN RIBBER, Dry Prong, Louisiana. • LOUIS LEO ROBEIN, Destrahan. Louisiana; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engi- neers Technological Atelier; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ROBERT WILLIAM SCHUPP. New Orleans. ., Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; American Society f Mechanical Engineers; Engineers Technolog- yjcal Atelier; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White JElephants (1); Y. M. C. A. • HERBERT LEARY SMITH, JR.. Shreveport, f| Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; A Capella Choir; Architectural Society. , • HpMER DELPH SOLANAS, New Orleans, , ' Louisiana; American Society of Civil Engineers, • ALBERT LEE SOULE, III, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Phi Kappa Sigma; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Engineers Technological Ate- lier; Greenbackers; Y. M. C. A. • ARTHUR DALE STANCLIFF jSr., New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Aijierican Society of Civil Engineers; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta. • HAROLD ANDREW TIMKEN. JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Y. M. C. A.; Track; Intramural Basket- ball, Soccer, Football. Softball. ' • DANIEL LEON VERGES, New Orleans. Louis- iana; Pi Kappa Alpha; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Y. M. C. A., Secretary (2), Cabinet (3). • ARTHUR CARROLL WATERS, JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; American So- ciety of Civil Engineers; White Elephants; Yacht- ing Association; Intramural Football, Basketball. • ROBERT EMMETT WHEELAHAN, New Or- leans, Louisiana; American Society of Civil Engi- neers. UnDERGRflDUflTES FIRST COLUMN • WILLIAM SAMUEL ADAMS, ' 44, Alexandria, Louisiana; American Society of Civil Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • JAMES OTHELL ALDERMAN, ' 44, Brookhaven, Mississippi; Pi Kappa Alpha; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Y, M. C. A. • GEORGE EDWIN ALLEN, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail. • PHILIP HALLIDAY ALSPACH, ' 45, Pasca- goula, Mississippi; Phi Kappa Sigma. • ANDREW ROY ANTICICH, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • GEORGE MICHAEL BACCICH, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C. • ALBERT AURILIOUS BALTAZOR, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society of Me- chanical Engineers. • BERT PRESTON BANNISTER, leans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. New Or- • FRED COPELAND BARKSDALE, JR., ' 44, Alex- andria, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsllon; Archi- tectural Society; Y. M. C. A. • WALTER BARNA, ' 44, Clifton, New Jersey; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. SECOND COLUMN • JAMES WILLIAM -BARNES, ' 45, New Orleansi " Louisiana; Intramural Unit Manager; Naval R. O. T. C. • WILLIAM THOMAS BARRY, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Pi Alpha; A Capella Choir; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Operetta. • ROBERT HOPKINS HARTLEY, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; American Society of Civil Engi- neers. • HENRY HESTER BATE, JR., ' 45, Caracas, D. F., Venezuela; Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • REGINAtO WORTLEY BAHY, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; American, Institute of Chem- ical Engineers; Naval R. O. " T. C; Taffrail. ¥ m • JACK GEORGE BECKER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers; Y. M. C. A. • MICHEL ALCIDE BECNEL, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta. • WILLIAM JOSEPH BERG. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers. • LESTER WILLIAM BERGERON. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Band; Y. M. C. A. • RUSSELL RAYMOND BIAGGNE, ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana. THIRD COLUMN • ARCHIE BUTTON BLAND, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsllon; Architec- tural Society; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Thir- teen Club. • FRANK VERNON BOYLAN. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; American Society of Me- chanical Engineers; Camera Club. • HAROLD ADAMS BRES, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail • JAMES NATHAN BRINK, ' 45, Kansas City, Kansas; Delta Tau Delta; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Thirteen Club; Y. M. C. A. • THOMAS BALDWIN BRITTAIN, JR., ' 45, Rich- mond, Kentucky; Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C; -Taffrail • CLARENCE PITMAN BROWNE, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Architectural Society. • HENRY JOHN BRYER, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taff- rail. • LOUIS GARLAND BURKES, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT ROSS CAHAL, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. M. C. A. • HENRY GEORGE CASSERLEIGH, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. ay irp t V-iWUv FIRST ROW • BENJAMIN SHIELDS CATLIN, JR., ' 44, Pica- yune, Mississippi; Alpha Phi Omega; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Camera Club; Y. M. C. A.; Football. • JOHN TAYLOR CHAMBERS, JR., Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi. ■45, New • RALPH STUART CHEVIS, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Architectural Society; Glee Club. :, • HAYS BLACKMAN CLARK, JR., ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Deti a STgma Phi; Y. M. C, A. • EDWARD LE VIS CLEMENTS, JR.. ' 45, Lake CharleSf oijTsiaha; Delta Tau Delta; Architec- tural Society; Band; Thirteen Club. ' • JOSEPH FRED GLERC, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C. • PHILIP JOSEPH CLOSMANN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. . ' , y - ,, JOHIsKANTHONY COCHRANE, ' 45, New Or- , ■, Mns, LbuUiana. • DONALD MacMILLAN COLEMAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisana; Alpha Tau Omega;,A,Thirteei • BRtAN JAMES -COLLINS,- ' tS, New Gffi s, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O. T. C Hi Krail; WWte»Elephants. SECOND, ROW JOSEPH BRIAN CORRY, ' 45, New Orleans, JLouisiana; Architectural Society; Glee Club. MELVIN COURSON, ' 45, Bagdad, Florida. • TIMOTHY ALBERT CRAIN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Chemical Engi- neer ; Engineers Technological Atelier, Honor Board; Intramural Council; T. U. R. K.; Class President (2); Student Center Council. e PAUL REYNOLDS CROUCH, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrall; Y. M. C. A. • RAY THOMAS CUCULLU, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Electrical Engi- neets ' t-Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail. • GEORGE LE ' V IS CUNNINGHAM, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Glee Club. • WALTER ELBERT DANIEL, ' 44, Birmingham, Alabama; American Society of Me anical Engi- neers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. v r • GEORGE BEL DAVIS, ' 44,-Wew teans, Louis- iana; Kappa Sigma; American Institute of Chem- ical Engineers; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Ping- Pong. • CHARLES CUNEO DEANO, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • JOSEPH MAYBIN DeFRAITES, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. THIRD ROW l ' jG EPH De LERNO, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, iiftsiana; American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers. (J-;- • WALLACE BORTI IBOLL, JR., ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana;. merican Society of Mechan- l fl Engineers; r Engineers Technological Atelier; ramural SoffKall.. . .i , FRANK KEITH ' BOBBINS, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, LouIsTana. jJ C| WALTER GEORGE DOELL, JR., ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Architectural Society; Glee Club; Y. M C. A. • WALTER ANDREW lSoUdETV ' I ' S, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Architectural Society. • DENIS JAMES DOWNEY, ' ' 44, iNsw Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Cfiernical Engi- neers; Naval R. O. T. C. 1 ' • LEO FRANCIS-%ijFRECHOU, 0 New Or- leans, Louisiana; Architectural S y; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Softball, Basketball. • MANUEL DUVIC, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Phi Kappa Sigma. • PHILIP MANUEL DUVIC, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taff- rail; Yachting Society. • FREDERICK STEPHEN ELLIS, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C. [212] FIRST COLUMN • JACK FISCHER FAGAN, M4, New Orleans, Louisiana: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • THOMAS JOSEPH FEEHAN, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Band; Y. M. C. A. • FREDERICK FELDMAN, ' 45, New York, New York; Kappa Nu. • MILTON LEWIS FERGUSON, ' 45, Haynesville, Louisiana; Band. • PETER MARSHALL FERGUSON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • HERBERT JOHN FISCHER, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JAMES FITZGERALD, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; White Elephants; Intramural Football, Basketball. O JOHN ALLOY FITZGERALD, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • HARVEY JOSEPH FITZPATRICK, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • CHARLES FREDERICK FLACK, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • GUADENZ GADMEft, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Y. M. C. A, • ERNEST SEYMOUR GAIENNIE, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Chem- ical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C. • RICHARD PAIGE GARRETSON, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; Camera Club. • THOMAS JOSEPH GARVEY, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • EUGENE JOHN GIBERT, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C. THIRD COLUMN • RUBIO ELBERTO GONZALEZ BURGOS, ' 44, Colombia, South America; Architectural Society: Y. M. C. A. • HAROLD ALPER GORDON, ' 45, Merigold, Mississippi: Zeta Beta Tau; Glee Club; Glendy Burke. • DOROTHY ELIZABETH GOTCH, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Architectural So- ciety; Y. W. C. A. • BICKFORD CHARLES GRAF, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Y, M. C. A. • DOYLE ALEX GRAHAM, ' 45, Canto, Missis- sippi; Kappa Alpha; American Society of Me- i,chanical Engineers; Y. M. C. A. SECON© ' COLUMN m • CHARLES STOPKER FONTELIEU, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Archi : fectural Society; Glee Club. • ARTHUR WADE FOSS, JR., ' 45, New Or leans, Louisiana; American Institute of Chem- ical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. O EUGENE ARTHUR FR15CH, JR.. ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • ROBERT JACOB FRITZ, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana. ' • THOMAS ALVIN FROMhIERZ, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. ,- jj ' ' i EDWARD CARLTON GUILLOT, JR., ' 44, New y ' A ©rleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Amer- A i .ican Institute of Electrical Engineers; Engineers Technological Atelier; Naval R. O. T. C; Taff- rail; T. U. R. K.; Y. M. C. A. . ' ALTON STEWART HALL, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffliil; White Elephants. • MIGUEL HASBUN, ' 45, El Salvador, South America. • JAMES EDGAR HASSINGER, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • EMILE CLARK HATTIER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. k C . g FIRST ROW • HERMAN JOSEPH HAUPT, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Y. M. C. A. • JACK EMMET HAWKINS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • THOMAS HAYNES HAYDEN, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C. • WILLIAM ALFRED HEAUSLER, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Band; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail, • HENRY LeROY JOHNS, JR., ' 45, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Architectural Society; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • ELDRIDGE PHILLIP JONES, JR., ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; University Theatre; Y M. C. A. e JAMES JULIUS JONES,- ? 57- Ponchatoula, Louisiana; Band. • NICOLAS EVERETT JOYNER, ' 45, Belcher, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Naval R. O. T. C. • MELVIN JOSEPH JUNG, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • JAMES DONALD HEBERT, ' 45, New Orleans, _ Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Intramural Basket? J: ' 7 ball. Football. THIRD ROW • RICHARD ARTHUR HEEHS, ' 44, Memphisl S J BRAHAM METZ KAHN, ' 45, New Orleans, Tennessee; American Society of Mechanical Engi- Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; American Institute neers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; of Chemical Engineers; Y. M. C. A. : " Yachting Association. , ' ' . - " ' A A ' ' ; k NORMAN.JACQUES KAUFFMANN, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, " Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; Amer- , , - JOHN ULYSSES HIDALGO, ' 45, New Orjfean : " ' ' Louisiana; Band; Y. M. C. A. V» EDWARD GERALD HOLMES. ' 44, N Or- teans, Louisiana; American Institute of Eltftc rical Engineers; Y. M. C. A. ElM PAUL FROST HOOTS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- TjfAna; Sigma Chi. SECOND ROW • WARREN HERBERT HOPPMEYER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Y. M. C. A.; Class Vice- President. • JAMES DANIEL HORNEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. ssi _ " • IRWIN ISAACSON, JR.. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Band; Y. M. C. A. • ROBERT LEROY JACKS. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers; Y. M. C A. I lean Institute of Electrical Engineers; Camera » ED-vVARD HAYES KEILER, M5, New Orleans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C; Y. M. C. A. • GARY EUGENE KIDD, jj«!?»l4, Columbia, Louisiana; Naval R. 0 ' .; llffrail. • JOHN HOWARD KIMZEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. G.;. Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. • EDWARD I ORGE KING, JR ' ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Orpega; Glendy Burke; White Elephants. • DAVID MILBURN KLECK, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Baseball Man- ger. • WILLIAM ALFRED KLEIN, JR., ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • CHARLES HUGHES KNOST, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. FIRST COLUMN • LLOYD LEWIS LACHER, JR., ' 44, New Or- leans. Louisiana: Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. • HERBERT HEINRICH LAND, JR., ' 44, Mon- roe, Louisiana: Beta Theta Pi; Architectural So- ciety. • CLARENCE WILLIAM LANE, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; American Society of Mechan- ical Engineers. - • PETER JAMES LAUMAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Band. • JOHN WILLIAM LAWRENCE, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Architectural Society. • OWEN VINCENT LeBLANC, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society of Civil Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ROBERT EDMOND LeBLANC, III, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ALBERT CHARLES LEDNER, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu; Architectural Society; Band; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. • RENE JOSEPH LeGARDEUR, III, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta, Theta Pi. • WENDEL GEORGE LEIBE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; Band; Symphony Orchestra. SECOND COLUMN • RALPH PORKORNY LEVEY, JR., ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers. • MAURICE LEVIN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Band. • ALLISON MARX LEVY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Electrical Engi- neers; Band; Engineers Technological Atelier; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • OSCAR ZACHARY LEVY, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; American Insti- tute of Chemical Engineers; University Theatre. • JAMES ANDREW LOCKEH, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Hullabaloo; Track. • GEORGE LONG, ' 44, Greenville, Mississippi; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Y. M. C. A. • HOWARD CARY McAFEE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Football (1). • SAMUEL HARRISON McAFEE, JR. Orleans, Louisiana. ' 44, New ;.• WILLIAM JOSEPH McCAULEY, ' 45, New Or- ■ leins, Louisiana; Architectural Society. ■ • JOHN McGRAW. JR.. ' 44, Lake Charles. Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; American Institute Chemical Engineers. f% THIRD COLUMN • LOUIS CLAY Mcknight, jr., ' 45. ciinton, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glee Club; Y. M. C A. • WILLIAM LEE McLANE, JR., ' 44, Springfield, Illinois; Delta Sigma Phi; Architectural Society: Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Intramural Basket- ball; Track. • EMILE LEGENDRE McMILLAN, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JOE PERKINS McNAIR, ' 44, McComb, Mis- sissippi; Phi Kappa Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Intramural Unit Manager; Softball. • DELORD RENFREW MABRY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C. • HUGH GREEN MANY, ' 45, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega. New Orleans, o EDMUND BUns MARTIN, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Jambalaya; Na- val R. O. T. C. • AUBREY LEE MOORE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta: Taffrail: White Elephants. • JOHN FREDERICK MOSER, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineers Tech- nological Atelier; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Base- ball, Basketball. • EDWIN LEE MOWE, JR., Louisiana; Band; Y. M. C. A. ' 45, New Orleans, r ' i ■■ ' i. iil ' . ' asm I FIRST ROW • HERBERT PALFREY PURSELL, JR.. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Amer- ican Institute of Chemical Engineers; Greenback- • RICHARD F0RT5CHER MULLER, ' 45, New ,„. aval R. O. T. C; Taffrall; Y. M. C. A.; Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Glee Club; Yachting Association. Wliite Elephants. O LEE FRANCIS MURPHY. JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail; Thirteen Club; Y. M. C. A. • GLORIA MARgXRET NAPOLITANO, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Architectural Society. • PAUL SHANER NOBLE, ' 44, Marrero, Louis- iana; Beta Theta Pi; American Society of Me- chanical Engineers, • WARREN JOHN NOLAN, ' 44, New Orleans; Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Architectural ciety; Naval R. O. T. C. _ THIRD ROW 0 ' - vill i , Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsrion; A hi JN • WILLIAM EUGENE ROONEY, ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisi n ; Alpha Pi Alpha; Naval R. O. ROSEN, ' 45, New Orleans, • JOSEPH JOHN RANNA, ' 45, -New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha, i al R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. " ' ' " ' ' • FRANK WILLIAM REAGAN, ' 45, Bogalusa, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Y. M. C. A. 9 PLEZ Z. REID, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Y. M. C. A. • EARL SHERWOOD ROBINSON, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Phi Phi; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Greenbackers. CHESTER ARTHUR PEYRONNIN, JR., ' 45, ( fw New V " ' Louisiana; Y. M. C. A. • GEORGE WOOD PIGMAN, JR., ' 45, New ;.J Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; White Elephants. SECOND ROW • RICHARD ADOLPH PISKE, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Y. M. C. A. •■ ' WALTER FLOWER PLAUCHE, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; American So- ciety of Mechanical Engineers. • TOMMY NICK POULOS, ' 44, Winnsboro, Louis- iana; Architectural Society. •X V BERNARR ROE PRAVEL, ' 45, Houston, Texas; Glee Club; Taffrail. • LOUIS JOSEPH ROSENBOHM, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Y. M. C. WJnerican Society of Civil Engineers. f pMi, ERNEST ALOYI SKJS R0TH 1( ' 45. New Orl leans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Y. M. C. A. • LOUREY JOSEPH ST. PIERRE ' 45. Destrehan. Louisiana; Y. M, C. A. • JOHN PIERRE ST. RAYMOKI?. ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. rjr • EDWARD HUGH SANFORD. ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O. T- C; Taffrail, White Elephants. • LOUIS CHARLES SCHARFENSTEIN, ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Architec- tural Society. • DAN SONTHEIMER SCHARFF, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Y. M. C. A. [216] FIRST COLUMN • BETTIE MAE SCHATTENBERG, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; Architectural So- ciety; Y. W. C. A. • KARL SCHNEIDAU, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Ctiemical Engi- neers. • CARL DEPUEDE SCHNEIDER, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Hullabaloo:lj International Relatloris- Cl t " - • JEFFERSON HENRYL SCHNEIDER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Architectural Society. • CHARLES WARREN SCHROEDER, ' 45, Ne , Orleans Louisiana. ' tJ • GEORGE ARTHUR SEAVER, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; American So- ciety of Civil Engineers; White Elephants {!). • SAMUEL WALLACE SULLI, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Architectural Society. • ROBERT JOHN SWAYNE, JR., ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Band; Naval R. O. T. C; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A. • ALBERT OSCAR TANGUE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C. ' ■ BERNARD TANNENBAUM, ' 45, New York, :w York; Kappa Nu. • LESLEY FISHER TANNER, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans. Louisiana. • AUSTIN VIADERO SIERRA, JR., leans, Louisiana. ' 45, New Or- • GEORGE CLARKE SIMMONS, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau v mega; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Y. M. C. A. • JAMES KING SIMPSON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society of Chemical Engi- neers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JOHN EDWARD SJUNNESSON, ' 45, Chicago, Illinois; Y. M. C. A. SECOND COLUMN • CHARLES BOERNER SKINNER, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • CHARLES EDWARD STEIDTMANN, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. • SAMUEL JOSEPH STOKES, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Amercan Society of Chemical Engi- neers; Camera Club; Y. M. C. A. • PAUL SARDIUS STUART, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ADOLPH CHARLES SHUREN, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; American So- ciety of Mechanical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. THIRD COLUMN • EDWIN JOHN TAYLOR, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma, Alpha Phi Omega; Naval R. O. T. C; Football Man- ager (1). • LENORE CLARA ULLRICH, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Architectural Society. • THOMAS OLIVER WAKEMAN, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants (1). • WILLIAM VAUGHAN WALKER, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana • DONALD RANDOLPH WELLFORD, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; White Elephants; Intramural Basketball. • JOHN PAUL WIGGIM, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta. • CHARLES BRENT WILLIAMS, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • ESMAR KAISER WILLIAMSON? ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • WILLIAM FLOYD WILLIAMSON, JR., ' 45, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Archi- tectural Society; Y. M. C. A. • ROBERT MOORE WOOLFOLK, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Thirteen Club. [217] c The Coliyfe jtf onnmerce and Business A ministration is typified by that spirit of " If It ' s business, I know all about it " look that " makes the rest of the University feel like paupers in knowledge. Their constant shop- talk about accounting, production, labor, and their new home on the campus always make them divisible from the other students on the campus. They are quite sure that the new library is no good, compared to theirs, even though they have never dark- ened the doors of the new one. The College of " Practicians in Business " will remember to their dying day their password— " Set the facts. " stern, Weil, Brignac, Bernard, Hodges. m m E R c £ t OFFICERS STUDENT BODY LEONARD MAYER STERN. JR President EADS BUTTS POITEVENT Vice-President MIRIAM RUTH CHEVIS Secretary-Treasurer SENIOR CLASS JAY WEIL President PETER PELLIGRINI Vice-President ALVIN P. JURISICH Secretary RALPH MERRIMAN Unit Manager JUNIOR CLASS JULIAN P. BRIGNAC President MERVIN M. JAMIESON Vice-President JULES DREYFUSS Secretary LOUIS SCHOPFER Unit Manager SOPHOMORE CLASS THOMAS BERNARD President EARL BARTLETT Vice-President MILTON LATTER Secretary THOMAS HOLMES Unit Manager FRESHMAN CLASS WILLIAM HODGES - President VIVIEN HAMM Vice-President JOHN TESSIER Secretary EDWARD JENNINGS Unif Manager % ss: i Jt. l. iij .j,r; j ? r .;L fej:: K »1= ' - ' ' :; " »:-x .3 " ' --■ j ' .ll.iiM ■- ' -f -rii-J . kif i Is p-i r " i .- FIRST COLUMN • DOUGLAS CARRICK AUGUSTIN. New Orleans, Louisiana, • GERTRUDE FAY BALKIN, Drew, Mississippi. O JOHN PETERS BARNES, New Orleans, Louisiana; PI Kappa Alpha, Beta Gamma Sigma. • PHILLIP ADRIAN BODET, III, New Orleans, Louisiana; Intramural Football, Baseball, Basketball, Soccer. • LEWIS CALVIN BRYAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Phi. o MYRON BURNSTEIN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Phi Omega; Glee Club; Intramural Basketball, Soccer. Softball. • SIMON DRESNER CAPLAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu. SECOND COLUMN • JOHN FRANCIS CARUSO, New Orleans, Louisiana; Y. M. C. A. • WILLIAM THEODORE EDDINS, Slidcll. Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; A Capella Choir (I, 2, 3); Band (I, 2, 3); Glee Club (I, 2). • JAMES HARRIS FORTSON, New Orleans, Louisiarifl-.JPhi Delta Theta, Alpha Phi Omega; University Theatre; Camera Glut,; Jambalaya, Assistant Ed ' iioW VVyS), Associate Editor (4); Intramural Football, Soccer (3, 4). Ci F. ' Sh I M, • WALTER LEE fRAZEl , Algiers, Louisiana; Alpha Pi Alpha; B.A. Degree, Tulane University. f n: 1 • LLOYD JAMES FREMAUX, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Phi; Glee Club (I); Intra- mural Council; White Elephants (I); Y. M. C. A. (2). I • WILLIAM MAYHEW FROST, Shreveport, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta, Phi Phi. • RICHARD LEE GATES, JR., Alexandria, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta. -m m FIRST ROW • ADDLEY HOGAN SLADDEN, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; Band; Greenbackers; Y. M. C. A.; Varsity Baslietball Manager (3); Freshman Handbook Activities Editor (4). o EMILE VICTOR GROS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Camera Club; Greenbackers; Pan-Hel- lenic Council; Y. M. C. A. (I, 2, 3); Intramural Basketball. 7 f vv T l Uyr y A e CHARLES Pfl la4| GULLEY, Pascagoula, Mississippi; Phi K, Pan-Hellenic CooncfT; T. U. R. K.; Class Secretary-Treasurer (2, 3); • e f ' WTHyME HAMILTON, New Orleans;-t,0Jiisiana; Alpha Delta Pi. appa Sigma, Phi Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma; Lagniappes. • MAURICE KRAUSS HANDELMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu. r J y 3 • FiaVo HOWELL, JR., New Orleans, Loi I KEEP or V SECOND ROW -:§ • SARA VIRGIN11 S)0NES, Tchula, Mississippi; Chi Omega. JOHN McSHANE JORDAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega, • ALVIN PETER JURISICH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Track (I, 2, 3); Class Secretary-Treasurer (4). • FRANCIS HOPE LEE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Intramural Chess. • JOSEPH FREDERICK AUGUSTE LORBER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Phi; Pan- Hellenic Council (3); Thirteen Club (1); Yachting Association. • RUSSELL ANDRES LUGO-VINA, San Juan, P. R. FIRST COLUMN • HERBERT JAMES McCAMPBELL, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JOHN MICHEL MAHLER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha fhi Omega. • RALPH MAYNARD MERRIMAN, Erie, Pennsylvania; Beta Theta Pi, Phi Phi; Band; Intramural Unit Manager. • JULES GUSTAVE MOLLERE, Ponchatoula, Louisiana; Intramural Football, Track. IM • ALBERT JOSEPH NUGON, JR., New Orleans, ouisiW Oelta Tau Delta; Greenbackers: Pan-Hellenic Council. W s • BERTHA PAGLIN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Hullabaloo; Newcomb Pan-Hellenic Council; University Theatre. • PETER MICHEL PELLEGRINI, JR.. New Orleans, Louisiana; Band; Honor Board; Class Vice-President (3, 4); TrackS , SECOND COLUMN • WILLIAM LeMONNIER PETERS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. • MAURICE JOSEPH PICHELOUP, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi, Phi Phi, Delta Sigma Pi; Band (I, 4), Manager Band (3); Pan-Hellenic Council (2, 3); Golf Team (2, 3); Glee Club (2); B A. Degree, Tulane University • EADS BUTTS POITEVENT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. Phi Phi; Greenbackers;, Thirteen Club (I); Class Vice-President (I, 2); Student Body Vice-President, Track. • JOHN WALLACE QUINN, Pascagoula, Mississippi; Fhi Kappa Psi. Q RANDOLPH BEAUREGARD ROBERT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Hullabaloo. « JAMES ROCpUET SANCHEZ, New Orleans, Loui;iana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Intramural Football, Basketball. Baseball. ELIZABETH KOEBEL 5CHOENBERGER, Buras, Louisiana £223] 1 " -m fRi Wl FIRST ROW • WESLEY JOHN SCHROEDER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Camera Club; Glee Club; Glendy Burke; Y. M. C. A. .CVV 4 wyvv. " i - • MARJORIE CAROL SEEMANN, New Orleans. Louisiana. • SHEPARD HERMAN SHUSHAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau. • LEONARD MAYER STERN, JR., Camden, Arkansas; Zeta Beta Tau, Omicron Delta Kappa; Green- backers (3); Honor Board (2, 3, 4); Intramural Unit Manager (3); Student Council; Student Body Presi- dent:_ lajsr. resideTit- m- Varsity Football (2, 3, 4); Quarterback ' s Club Award (3); Publications Board. • AiSNES BETTY STRACHAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Beta Gamma Sigma; A Capella Choir; International Relations Club. Y YW • ALBERT TERKUBtE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Grcenbacl Ss T ' an-Hellenic Coun- ty ' ij ci I; Thirteen Club (I); Varsity Basketball (2); Lagniappes President. ..- ' -SECOND ROW H K:f ' ' f LEON MILLER TRICE, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Sreenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Coun- JV Fsfil; Jambalaya (I, 2). JOE COURTENAY VANZANT, Houston, Texas; Phi Delta Theta; Naval R. T. C; Varsity Football. entm cttmmERCi • JAY JOHN WEIL, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Phi, Alpha Phi Omega; Green- backers; Honor Board; Pan-Hellenic Council (3); Class President (3, 4); -Publications BMrd; Jambalaya Business Manager. " S ' • VIRGIL MAXEY WHEELER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Intramural Unit Manager; Naval R. O. T. ' C; Stripers; Taffrail; Intramural Basketball, Football; Varsity Baseball (I, 2, 3). • JAMES LUCKETT YAWN, JR., Opalousas, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Intramural Council Director; Varsity Tennis (2, 3); Varsity Baseball. • JAMES BERTHELOT YENT, New Orleans, Louisiana. [224] J IP J U n I R CLASS FIRST COLUMN • HERBERT BARTON. New Orleans, Louisiana; a JOE GOLDBERG, Belzoni, Mississippi; Zeta Beta Tau; Greenbackers. Glee Club. • WILLIAM COURTS BAUMAN, Shreveport Louisiana; Alpha Tau- Omega. • CHARLES SUMNER BELL, New Orleans, Louis- iana. „ • GEORGE BARTLETT HALL, Alexandria, Louis- ' ' iana; Phi Kappa Sigma. | ' A v» ROBERT SHARP HART, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Kappa Alpha; Basl etball. m • RUDOLPH LEON BITTMAN. New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Varsity Football. • HENRY BENJAMIN BRADFORD, II, New " rt leans, Louisiana. • JULIAN POCHE BRIGNAC, Lutcher, Louisiana; Honor Board; Naval R, O. T. C; Taffrail; Varsity Football; Track. • MARIAM RUTH CHEVIS, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Honor Board; Student Body Secretary-Treas- urer, • FRED JULIUS CORALES, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Alpha Phi Omega; Naval R. O. T. C; Taff- rail. • JULES HENRY DREYFUSS, Shreveport, Louis- iana; Zeta Beta Tau; T. U. R. K.; Class Secre- tary-Treasurer. • WILTON KEITH DUCKWORTH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Band; Camera Club; Campus Nite; Glendy Burke. • WOLF KARL HELLMER5, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Beta Theta Pi; University Theatre. • THOMAS JAMES HOOD, Amite, Louisiana; Sigma Chi. THIRD COLUMN • EUGENE EDWARD HUPPENBAUER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana. • MERWIN MERCIER JAMIESON, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Honor Board; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K.; Y. M. C. A.; Class Vice-President (I, 3). • THOMAS FRANCIS JORDAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Y. M. C. A. (I). • GORDON LOUIS JOSEPH, New Orleans, Louisiana. • ASHTON STROUD JUNKER, New Orleans, Louisiana. r- » SECOND COLUMN • LLOYD EDWIN EAGAN. New Orleans, Louis- iana; Delta Sigma Phi; White Elephants (I); Y. M. C. A. • BILLY YARBOROUGH ELLIOTT, Fort Worth, Texas; Phi Delta Theta. • DOROTHY LEE EVERSMEYER. New Orleans. Louisiana. • ISABEL JUDITH FISHER, New Orleans, Louis- iana. • NORTON SHUSHAN GLUECK, New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil. • KENNETH HANSON KAHAO, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. • EDWARD MOSES KAPLAN, Brookline, Massa- chusetts • KENNETH CHEW KENNEDY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. • JEANNE LOWESS KLEPINGER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; Y. W. C. A.; Spanish Club; Junior Prom Committee. • ALLEN BUSCH KOLTUN, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Sigma Alpha Mu; International Relations Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Intramural Basketball, Football Soccer, Softball. [225] i_ ' yf t ' v vuv FIRST ROW • ALEXANDER ANTHONY LO CASCIO, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Campus Nile; Y. M. C. A. • STEPHEN ANTHONY LONGO, New Orleans, Louisiana; Band {I, 2, 3,); Symphony Orchestra (I, 2, 3); Y. M. C. A. (2, 3). • CLIFFORD CHARLES LOSBERG, JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana. • JOHN HENRY McMILLAN, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Phi Delta Theta; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; Jambalaya Sports Editor. • EDMUND MclLLHENNY, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Kappa Alpha; Yachting Association. S JOHN TILGHMAN ROBINSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; Jambalaya; Pan- Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K.; White Elephants (I); Class President (2). • LEO BERNARD ROSENZWEIG, Houston, Texas; Sigma Alpha tvtu; Camera Club; Y. M. C. A. O LOUIS HARDING SCHOPFER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; Varsity Basketball, Tennis. • DOROTHY CAROLINE SCHREIBER, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron. • FRED JOSEPH SHUBER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; T. U. R. K. Juhim ClaM tQmm £ R c £ • JOHN DOUGLAS MAGINNIS, New Orleaps Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. • WARREN SELDEt MALHIOT, New Orleans Louisiana; Sigma CHi. " ALLEN WALKER MARTIN, III, Bogalusa„ Lou - -- Ian ; Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Alpha Alphl. i • DAVID MONROE, .N ' brleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alph ; -Tracks! I, 2, 3); Cross ) Coun- try (2, 3). j " ' - " " " LELAND STANFORD MONTGOMERY, New s, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Pan- Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K. SECOND ROW O BEN GEORGE PERKOWSKI, New Orleans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. EARL BR1CKLE HILIPS, New Orleans, Louis- iSfla; Alpha Pi Alpha; Y. M. C. A.; Baseball. • JOHN ALLEN POLIN, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Sigma Alpha Mu; International Relations Club. • BERNARD FRANCIS PRACKO, Tarentum, Penn- sylvania; Varsity Football, Baseball. V RICHARD GROVES RILEY, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Beta Theta Pi. fe THIRD ROW m ' ' f ' » MURIEL SILVERMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana. yhm CHARLES S4NGERMAN, New Orleans. Louis- rana; Kappa Nu; Glee Club; Pan-Hellenic Coun- , • ' AL-VEfrer Fj RENCE SMITH, New Orleans, LouisiaiiaJJ V - ' ' • GEORGE HENRY SOTO, Panama City, Repub- lic of Panama; Phi lota Alpha. , i • ROBERT LOUIS TURCHIN, Miami Beach, Flor- ida; Zeta Beta Tau; Naval R. p. T. C; Taffrail; Football; Track. iw - Wk • EDMUND RANDOLPH VAL S, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Grieenbackers. • RAYMOND BOND WALKpT, ' ' New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Football (I, 2, 3). • MACRERY BRITTON WHEELER, JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Varsity Basketball, Track. • ANDRE VICTOR WOGAN, New Orleans, Louis- iana. • ELAINE ANNE WORNER, New Orleans, Louis- iana. UnOERGRflDUflTES FIRST COLUMN • MAURICE MARC ALEXANDER, ' 44, Kenner, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • EDWARD MARK ALLENBERG, ' 45, Memphis, Tennessee; Zeta Beta Tau. • JAMES SAMUEL ASSUNTO, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Cheerleaders; T. U. R. K.; Y. M. C. A. • GEORGE HOWARD AMANN, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Naval R, O. T. C • ALBERT FREDERICK BACKER, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • EARL PUTMAN BARTLETT, JR., ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Thirteen Club (I); Tennis; Class President (I); Class Vice- President (2). • ESTHER BARTON ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • JAMES MICHAEL BER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; Jambalaya. • TOM NORTON BERNARD, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail O JOHN INNERARITY BLYTHE, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega. a ROBERT ROTH BOND, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Sigma Chi; Glee Club; Green ' jackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants (I). y - SECQNP COLUMN • CHARLES BOYLE CAMPBELL, JR., ' 44, Col- lege Station; Texas; Phi Delta Theta; Greenback- ers; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail; White Elephants (I); Festival Choir. • EDWARD CHARLES CARLSON, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C, A.; Football Assistant Manager. • DAVID ELROY CITRON ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Cheerleaders; Jamba- laya; T. U. R. K.; Whife Elephants; Y. M. C. A. • ALBERT HARRY COHEN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Intramural Basltetball, Softball. • GEORGE EDWARD CONROY, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma. a NORMAN STEPHEN CONROY, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta. • WILLIAM BIGGS COX, ' 44, Now Orleans, Louisiana. • JOHN DANE, JR., ' 44. New Orleans, Louis- iana; Phi Kappa Sigma; White Elephants (I). • EDWIN EUGENE DANNER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. M. C. A. • LAWRENCE FABACHER D ' ANTONI, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • MAXIME JOSEPH DERBES, JR., ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Camera Club; Glee Club; Intramural Debating. THIRD COLUMN • YVONNE MARY DUCKWORTH, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • ROBERT JOHN DUFFY, ' 44, Columbus, Ohio; Sigma Pi; Basketball; Golf. • ANNETTE MAE ELSON, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana. • EDWARD LANGHOFF EMLING, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Jambalaya; White Elephants. • CLARENCE CHARLES EYRICH, JR., ' 44, Natchez Mississippi; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Foot- ball. • JOHN WILLIAM FANZ, JR., ' 44. New Or- —Jeans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Hullabaloo; ' - " ' ntramural Council; Jambalaya; Intramural Bas- " ketball. Baseball, Football. • ABRAHAM SAUL FELDMAN, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • GLENN MATHENY GARDNER, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Tennis. • ROGER CARLYLE GARDNER, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Cheerleaders; T. U. R K.; Y. M. C. A. • WARREN LEON GARFUNKEL, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Operetta; Y. M. C. A. • WILLIAM JOSEPH GEAGAN, JR., ' 45, Now Orleans, Louisiana. » • id ' ' r r f r -»-? ? U 9 ,V A ' i ? tV Wi Vtr FIRST ROW • DOROTHY MILDRED SLINKY, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • ARTHUR GOTTLIEB, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York; Kappa Nu; Pan-Hellenic Cou ncil. • LEWIS SPENCE GRAHAM, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Ipha; Naval R. O. T. C. • CHARLES JACK GRAYSON, JR., ' 44, Fort Necessity, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Naval R. O. T. C. • - CALLENDER FAIPSOUX HADDEN, JR., ' 45 New Orleans; Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; White Elephants; Y.M. C. A. • FRANK HENRY HAGAMAN, ' 45, Jackson, Mis-:;__ sissippi Kappa AI Ma. m, VIVIAN MARIE HAMM, ' 45, New Orjiani «» - Louisiana; Honor Board; Class Vice-Prfsidi • SIDNEY HANDELMA-N, ' 45, Hattlesbi sissippi; Signna Alpha Mu; Y. M. C. , • WELDON RAYMOND JONES, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Y. M. C. A. • ROBERT HENRY KAHN, ' 45, Pensacola, Flor- ida; Zeta Beta Tau; University Theatre. • MARSHALL KALEN, ' 44, New Yofk, New York. • MURIEL ALYCE LAMBERT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Y. W. C. A. • MILTON HERMAN LATTER, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; Greenbackers; Jambalaya; Class Secretary-Treasurer. O STANLEY LEVINGSTON, ' 45, Ruleville, Mis- sissippi; Zeta Beta Tau; Alpha Phi Omega; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • AMELIA GERTRUDE LEVY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Sigma Sigma. THIRD ROW EDWARD JOSEPH LUDMAN, ' 45, New Or- h EDWARD I • iKSf McNEIL. JR.. ' 45, , Orleans, Louis- % V ILUAM HENRY HODGES, JR.. 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glee Club; Honor Board; Thirteen Club; Class Presi- dent; Intramural Basketball. • THOMAS CLEAVES HOLMES, JR., 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glee y Club; Greenbackers; Intramural Unit Manager; n r Thirteen Club. Band. • RAFAEL RUSSELL MARf iL:: . New Orleans, Louisiana; Y. M. C. A , -%M? El SECOND ROW • WARREN ERNEST JAHNCKE, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Y. M. C. A. • EDWARD THEODORE JENNINGS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Intramural Unit Manager; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • DOROTHY MARIE JOHNSTON, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • DANIEL ADOLPH MAYER, V44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Y. M. C. A. • LANE NORMAN MELTZER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; Tennis Manager (t). • ELLIS MINTZ, 44, New OrJ|aifs. Louisiana. • ROBERT ALOYSIUS MURPHY, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C. • ALLEN DOWNS ODEN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma. • JAMES ROBERT OVIATT, ' 44, Cleveland Ohio; Kappa Sigma; Hullabaloo; White Elephants (I). • LESTER THOMAS OZIO, JR, ' 44, Morgan City, Louisiana; Band; Y. M. C. A. 12281 FIRST COLUMN • GERALD CONSTANTINE PELIAS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Basketball, Baseball. • CHALIN OCTAVE PEREZ, ' 44, Ddlcour, Louis- iana; Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C; White Ele- phants (I). • RAY CARTER PERRY, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C. • HELEN CORA POOL, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana. • ALECK PRIMOS, ' 45, Jackson, Mississippi; Phi Delta Theta; Naval R. O. T. C; White Elephants. • NIGEL EWING RAFFERTY, ' 44, Pass Christian, Mississippi; Beta Theta Pi; Naval R. O. T. C. O LOUIS EUGENE RAMOS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma, Alpha Phi Omega; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • GEORGE ROBERT RICHARDSON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana. • ROSE FAY RABENOVITZ, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana. • GEORGETTE JEANNE ROBERT. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta. • MILTON ISRAEL ROSENSON, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • SHIRLEY HOPE SMITH, •44, Bay St. Louis. Mississippi. • WILLIAM STILES, ' 44, Shreveport, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; Student Center Council. • EDWIN WILLIAM STOCKMEYER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • ALVIN THEORIN STOLEN, JR., ' 44, Eau Claire, Wisconsin; Phi Delta Theta; Football, Basketball, Golt. o THOMAS RANDOLPH SWAYZE, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Thirteen Club. THIRD COLUMN • CHRISTOPHER TOMPKINS, ' 44, Washington, District of Columbia; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Base- ball; Basketball, Intramural Basketball, Football, Baseball. • MARION MITCHELL WALSCHE, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi, T. U. R. K.; Foot- ball, Basketball. • FRED ROBERT WEISEN, ' 45, New York, New York, Kappa Nu. • RICHARD LAWRENCE WEISS, ' 45, Indian- apolis, Indiana; Zeta Beta Tau; Band, Camera Club. • ROBERT VERNARD WHITTAKER, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon. F • THOMAS CAREY WICKER, JR., " 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. SECOND COLUMN _ j c.; Oratorical and Debating; Taffrail; Intra- - y mural Tennis, Baseball. • HOWARD RUBANOW, ' 45, Brooklyn, New ?J57 ' 1 York; Camera Club; ratoricaI and Debating |VM?j|i WALtER LEONARD WOODS, ' 45, New Or- Council. (-■ " ' ' ' V 4 " ' Louisiana; Glendy Burke; Naval R. O. T. ' Vfe I University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. • DAVE JERRY SAIL, r45. New Orleans, Louis- r - % I- • IRWIN ISAWo ' York; Kappa Nu l • ROBERT CUNNINGHAM WOOLLEY, " 44. New l --. j % - y Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Campus ? SKLANSKY, ' 44, New York. New 7 Nite Glee Club; Glendy Burke; Oratorical and ew York, New • AUDREY RUTH SHUBERT. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron. • ABRAHAM LAZARD SHUSHAN, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau. • WILLIAlit WINTER SINGLUST, ' 44, Shreve- port, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; Camera Club. Debating; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. • ALICE JANET WORRELL, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana. • MARION JUANITA ZEVELY, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • JACK SACHER ZOOCK, ' 45, Jersey City, New Jersey; Kappa Nu. . It. f ikfk j r x:--n A c Newcomb College contains tl tions " l r fhe ho ' mj ig hep3K % T t the campus. The fair dSlrilsels " vno make " goo-gJRl eyes at night prove that they fiave a normal amount of intelligence when they get in class. They are also knittin ' , and some not for Britain, but they always seem iih ifilSrofessors think so. Some of p " whili or fneir gab- " , as a ll othef boys, think that they drej| ' t|||||| asbn we don ' t maliJE iiieiiiean ' s Harris, Perrilliat, Kidd, Stites, Nelson, E G £ OFFICERS STUDENT BODY LOUISE NELSON President MARY SUE STRAHAN Vice-President PHYLLIS WATSON Corresponding Secretary MABEL HOCHENDEL Recording Secretary MOONYEEN MARION Treasurer SENIOR CLASS LOUISE STITES President ELSIE FIELD Vice-President MARIAN NASH Secretary MARY CATHERINE KELLY Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS NITA KIDD President EVELYN STOLAROFF Vice-President MARGARET ANN WILLIAMS Secretary KAY BRASH Treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS ELLEONORA PERRILLIAT Piesident KATHERINE LeBLANC Vice-President MARIAN HOPKINS Secretary-Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS BETTY HARRIS President BETTY JANE FIEDLER Vice-President MERILYN BUSH Secretary-Treasurer FIRST ROW CAROLYN BARBARA ALBRECHT, Ne« Orleans, Louisiana; Lampyrids. .• ' tV 1 V-. ■ • RUTH ELIZABETH ALBRECHT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; International delations Club Treasurer; Lampyrids. ' , ' ' " ' ' ' - • MARY ELIZABETH ALPAUGH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. • EUNICE JANE ALWES, Donaldsonville, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; Classical Club; Festival Choir; Operetta; Glee Club. , MARY LLOYD ANDREWS, Brunswick, Georgia; Chi Omega; Assets; Resident Student Government. ' l GRACE PHYLLIS BEATROUS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Classical Club. BETTY BERNHARD, Birmingham, Alabama; Art l D ce Club. A A XSitk BERSADSKY, h)ew Orleans, LotiSlana; Classical Club; Hullabaloo; Operetta. MARY GERTRUDE BERTHIER, Monterrey, N L., Mexico; Kappa Alpha Theta; Pan-Hellenic Council; Sf r A • BETTY BERNICE BEYER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Jennie Nixon Debating Club; Mathematics Club; Student Government; Pan-Hellenic Council; Newcomb Student Coun- cil; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. President; Lagniappes. AjLs • SHIRLEY ELIZABETH BIALAS. Gretna, Louisiana. • KATHRYN EUGENIE BLI5H. New Orleans, Louisiana. d J omB • VIRGINIA SYBIL BROWNSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Onnicron. Pi; A Capella Choir; Glee Club President (3); International Relations Club; Orchestra; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council; Catholic Club; Archery (3); Homecoming Court (3). • VIOLET ESTELLE BRUNILA, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A.; Spanish Club President. [2r] FIRST COLUMN • LUCY ANITA BYRNE. New Orleans, Louisiana; French Club; Glee Club; Jennie Nixon Debaling Club; Swimming, Tennis. • MARY YVONNE CAHAL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Art Club; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; Stu- dent Government; Newcomb Student Council; Art School President; University Theatre; Y, W. C. A. Cabinet; National Collegiate Players. • MAIZIE MARIE CARAVELLA, La Place. LouisiallB. V • CATHERINE STEELE CLARKE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A Capella Choir; Assets (I): Glee Club; Student Government; Operetta; Newcomb Student Council; Music School Presi- dent; Class Treasurer (1). • SUE CLARK CLEVELAND, Memphis, Tennessee-; Pi Beta PIVJ. ___ - • ETHELYN CATHERINE COUSIN, Shreveport, Louisiana; Zeta Tau Alpha; Greenbackers; University Theatre. • MARY HACJ ETT CUMMINS. New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Lampyrids. % • ALICE FILLEUL DAYRIES, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Thcta. SECOND COLUMN • JOSEPHINE CELESTE DOUGLAS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Student Government; Ath- letic Council Chairman; Finance Committee; Executive Committee; Class Treasurer (3). • DOROTHY DOWLING, New Orleans, Louisiana; Lampyrids. • AUDREY LORRAINE DUFFY, Gretna, Louisiana. • EILEEN FRIEDA EL50N, New Orleans, Louisiana; Lampyrids; Classical Club. • CORINNE AUGUSTIN ESHLEMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi. • DORIS URSULA FAGAN, New Orleans, Louisiana. • SADIE RUTH FELDMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Sigma Sigma; International Relations Club President; Jennie Nixon Debating Club. • FLORA MAE ALICE FERAUD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Dance Club. [233] FIRST ROW • ELSIE TERESA FIELD, Mobile, Alabama; International Relations Club; Jennie Nixon Debating Club; Chairman of Debate (2), President (3, 4); Mathematics Club Recording Secretary; Student Government; Newcomb Student Council Vice-President; Y. W. C, A, Cabinet; Class Vice-president (4); Executive Com- mittee. ■ .Wv Ms, %pr tv- va • JANE ELIZABETH GALLAHER. New Orleans, Louisana; Alpha Omicron Pi; French Club Secretary (3), President (4); Executive Committee. • CORINNA ERWIN GANT. Burlington, North Carolina; Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club, • SHIRLEY ADELE GARROT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Camera Club; Y. W. C. A.; Lampyridsj-;;gatffio1Tc £IUVX • JANICE SHI E« JNSBERG, Alexandria, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Fhi, Theta Nu; Assets (I); Hulla- baloo Newcomb Editor; International Relations Club; Jennie Nixon Debating Club; Student Government; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre; Finance Committee; Novel Club; Executive Committee. .p LAREIt lE HILL GLADDEN, New Orleans, LouU{jPfe ' J- ' ' V mb Student Council President; Y. W. C. A. V i X u r WS pa Alpha Theta 5iud€fit Government; New- ■ i ■ IjSAN ODEN GREER, Shreveport, L,ouisia[ia; Kapp!( NELLIE MAE GUNN, New Orleans, 3); Orchestra President (4), Vice-Presi ibmmittee. SECOND ROW , Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; A Capella Ch ; leeiClub President ident (2); Student Government; Operetta; Y. W Ci A. Executive MERCEDES LUCILLE HARRIS, Hew Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gam DOROTHY HARTLEY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Lampyrids. 7 l uJcomB GAIL HAUSMANN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; International Relations Club. • JEAN ADAIR HAYWARD, Kansas City, Iviissouri; Zeta Tau Alpha; Y. W. C. A. HARRIET HEIDLER, Mt. Vernon, Illinois; Chi Omega; Art Club; University Theatre. SARA CECILE HEIM, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Sigma Sigma; International Relations Club. FIRST COLUMN • DOROTHY HELEN HILLER. New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Art Club; Dance Club. • MILDRED AMELIE HILLER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Art Club. • ELSA HOEHN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Chi Omega; Greenbackers Secretary; Pan-Hellenic Council; Class Treasurer (2); Homecoming Queen (3). • TATIANA HOFSTRA, New Orleans, Louisiana; Dance Club; Y. W. C. A.; Lampyrids. • WESLEY RITA KAISER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club; International Relations Club; Spanish Club. • t )ARY CATHERINE KELLY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Class Treasurer (4). • ALICE ANNE KINABREW, New Orleans, Louisiana; Chi Omega; Handbook Committee; Postmistress. • HARRIET CARPENTER KOSTMAYER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Lampyrids (I, 7. 3, 4). SECOND COLUMN • JEANETTE MARY KYAME, New Orleans, Louisiana; Mathematics Club. • GRACE VERNON LAUER, New Orleans, Louisiana. • MARY LORENA LEAKE, New Orleans, Louisiana; University Theatre. • DORA JANE LEDGERWOOD, Hot Springs, Arltansas; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A. • MARY ELAjISt CEVKIKH, New Orleans, Louisial a; PrBefa Phi; Glee Club. • BLANCHE p. Archery Club. ■ ■ ' ' CHKOFF, Pensacola, Florida; Alpha Epsilon Phi; International Relations Club; • MARIAN BARBARA LOTRUGLIO, New Orleans, Louisiana; Classical Club; International Relations Club; Spanish Club. • MELBA EVELYN LOUBAT, New Orleans, Louisiana. Ml W FIRST ROW • FLEURETTE ADOREE LURIE. New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi. .WV • MURIEL MARY ANN LYONS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Art Club; Dance Club7- • GAYLE RHOADES MARSCHALL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi. • JENNIE LINCOLN lylAYER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Lampyrids • MARY LA1NJ.LEY..MEHAFFY, Little Rock, Arkansas; Pi Beta Phi; Resident Student Government, M { )1 • V ftrH MAfe CLAIRE MEYER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A.; Catholic Club; Festival Choir; Spanish Club. ! ' ?u iAi.i- mk • BERTHA ROSE MILLER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Lampyrids. jf ■ ; I SECOND ; ROW « " ' ' eWia marie MORALfe i New Orleans, Louisiana; Jennie N ixoiupibt fijig Club. • MILDRED DUTARTRE MURRAY. Vidalla, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; Catholic Club; Lampyrids; Pan- fdV " Ki Hellenic Council; Newcomb Student Council. , p. O MARIAN LLOYD NASH, McDonoghville, Louisiana; Chapel Chairman; A| tic Council; Executive jf;)jCommittee; Class Secretary (4). I • LOUISE COURTIN NELSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Sigma Sigma; Student i yernment Asso- ciation President; Student Council; Newcomb Student Council; T. U. R. K.; Y. W. C. A.; Ofass Vice-Presi- dent (3i Class SeaeJary (2). 1 ' ■■- JANE PER-LEE, Liberty, Missouri; Art Club; French Club; Resident Student Government Association. IRENE LOUISE PFAFF, New Orleans, Louisiana; Classical Club; Operetta (2, 3.) I CATHERINE SOPHIA POWERS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Journal Club. [236] FIRST COLUMN • HANNAH BETTY PRINS, Kansas City, Missouri; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Art Club; Archery Club; Interna- tional Relations Club. O JULIA LEE REED, New Orleans, Louisiana; International Relations Club; Jennie Nixon Debating Club, • CAROLYN ELSA ROBBERT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Sigma Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi; Assets (I); Cheerleaders; Classical Club; Dance Club Vice-President; Mathematics Club; Student Government Association; Pan-Hellenic CouncM; T. U. R. K.; Spanish Club. ' O JANE GORDON SANDOZ, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; Jambalaya Newcomb Business Manager. • EUNICE AUDREY SCHMITT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Mathematics Club. • JANET CLARA SCHNEIDER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Journal Club. • SHIRLEY VERONICA SCHOENDORF, New Orleans, Louisiana. • AMELIA KATHLEEN SEEMANN, New Orleans, Louisiana. SECOND COLUMN • MURIEL DOLORIS SELBER, Shreveport, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Archery Club; Athletic Council. • BEATRICE ELIZABETH SHOBER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi. • EDITH CATHERINE SMITH, New Orleans, Louisiana.; Alpha Omicron Pi; Jambalaya Newcomb Editor; Student Governments Association; Pan-Hellenic ' Council; Class Vice-President (2); Catholic Club; Lam- pyrids; Who ' s WhO ' Among Students in American Colleges. O MILDRED CHEROKEE SMITH, New Orleans, AjjUsVM ' ; A Capella Choir Treasurer; Assets President (I); Glee Club VitferPrcsident (2, 3); Operetta. f ' M Nr • MARION CAROLYN STARTS , New Orlca) touisiana; iR ha Delta Pi; Lampyrids. • JEANET IRMA " ' STECKLER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Art Club; Hullabaloo; Lam- pyrids. • BEULAf;i ' ., TERBCOW, New Orleans, Louisiana; Eta Sigma Phi; Classical Club; International Relations Club; Jennie Nixon Debating Club; Orchestra; Symphony Orchestra. • MARGARET VIRGINIA STEWART, New Orleans, Louisiana; International Relations Club. i FIRST ROW • LOUISE PATTERSON STITES. Louisville. Kentucky; PI Beta Phi. Alpha Sigma Sigma; Assets (1); Stu- dent Government Association; Pan-Hellenic Council; Newcomb Student Council; T. U. R. K.; Class Presi- dent (2); Student Body Treasurer; Class President (A); Laqniappes; Executive Committee. • MARY SUE STRAHAN. New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu. Alpha Sigma Sigma; StuowH. Government Association; Y. W. C- A. Cabinet; Lampyrids; Student Body Vice-President. •- " " " ' " i - • GWENDOLYN BUHLER TALBOT. New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Lampyrids. .:t.4 • AMYE JEAN TERZIA, Monroe, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Resident Student Government Association; Student Government Association; T. U. R. K. yf ViWUv fif V . ELIZAB l Spanish Cli d I I dent; ETHOL ELIZABETH TRELEAVEN, New Orleans ' . Louisiana; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. Vice- President; Spanish_CJub Secretary; Swimming; Tanms • LOUISE LYMAN TRIMBLE. Shreveport. Louisiana; Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Sigma Sigma; Art Club; Resident Student Government Association President; Student Government Association; Pan-Hellenic Council v ' ;3 President; Newcomb Student Council; T. U. R, K. Secretary-Treasurer; Lagniappes. MAE VAN LUE, New Qrlear . uisiaW jZeta Tiai Wia - SECOND ROW IL[J)»ijM Y VOSS. New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club; Operetta. B • MARIE-LOUISE WAKEMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Jennie c Deb fing Club; T. U. R. K.; Lampyrids; Student Center Council VIce-Chairman. • HARRIET CRENSHAW WHITE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha heta. • MARIAN CATHERINE WILD, Memphis, Tennessee; Delta Zeta, Eta Sigma Phi; Classical Club. • THAIS MARGARET WILD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Lampyrids. • EREN YVONNE WOODWARD, Picayune, Mississippi; Alpha Delta Pi. • SYLVIA YONKELOWITZ, New Orleans, Louisiana; International Relations Club. JUniOR CLASS FIRST COLUMN • YVONNE EDWINA ANDERSON, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A., Treasurer. • FRANCES GARROTT CASH, Memphis, Tennes- see; Chi Omega; Art Club; Resident Student Government Association ,• CONSTANCE H. CLAVERIE, New Orleans, ,1 ,; j Louisiana; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Operetta; • WILMA MAY rAKER, New Orleans, LouisJ jVyaambalaya Assistant Newcomb Business Man- iana; Kappa Alpha Theta. ager; University Theatre; Junior Prom Commit- ( ' iW tc6 Chairman; Lampyrids; Catholic Club. • KATHRYN MAt BaIUER, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Chi Om (_ :g;. j .. HELEN RUTH CLAYTON, Winnetka, Illinois; , Y ' ' v l(a ' ppa Kappa Gamma; A Capella Choir; Glee • JULIENNE ZQE BENJAMIN, New Orleans ' Louisiana; Alpha Epstlon Phi; Glee Club; Inter- national Rel fions Club -Jambalaya; Operetta; University Theatre. vVv ' e JEAN LAURINE BONNER, New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Delta PI; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; „6peretta; f. W. C. A.; Festival Choir. • KATHERINE LESLIE BRASH, Gulfport, Mis- sissippi; Assets {I); Hullabaloo; Jennie Nixon Debating Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • JUNE ELISE BREITENBACH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Classical Culb; Mathematics Club; Y. W. C. A. • MARY JEAN BRINGHURST, New Orleans, Louisiana; Art Club. • JOAN MARIE BROOKS, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Phi Mu; University Theatre; Lampyrids. SECOND COLUMN • DORIS TOWERS BRYAN. San Jose, Costa Rica; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club. a BETTY BUDGE, Las Vegas, New Mexico; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • DOROTHY ANNE COFFEY, Birmingham, Ala- bama: Art Club. O BETTY ANN CALDWELL, Shreveport, Louis- iana: Chi Omega; Glee Club. • ELISE CAMBON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Art Club; Greenbackers: University Theatre. Club; Operetta. • FRANCES BISLAND CONNELY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; Operetta; Pan-Hel- lenic Council; Festival Choir. THIRD COLUMN • GERTRUDE CONNOLLY, New Orleans, Louis- lana. • LETA REMBERT COVINGTON, Summit, Mis- sissippi; Phi Mu; Glee Club (I, 2); Resident Stu- dent Government Association (2); Pan-Hellenic Council • FLORENCE MAY COYNE, Gretna, Louisiana; Archery Club; Catholic Club; Y. W. C. A. • MARIE LOUISE CUpUET, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Delta Ze a; Classical Club; French Club; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A.. Recording Secretary: Junior Prom Committee. • JANE DART, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi. e EVA CARLIN DOUGLAS, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Pi Beta Phi; Athletic Council; Newcomb Stu- dent Council; Y. W. C. A. • HELEN CLAIRE DUVIC, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Greenbackers. • JULIET ALICE EBEL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Classical Club. • DOROTHY DYKE, New Orleans. Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Glee Club; Uni- versity Theatre; Y W. C, A. Cabinet. [230] ■ I ,y T ' t ' .a-vyVt FIRST ROW a DOROTHY WORDEN ECUYER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; A Capella Choir; Assets President (I); Campus Nite Chairman; Glee Club; Student Government Association; Operetta; T. U. R. K.; Tulane Glee Club Accom- panist; Lagniappes Executive Committee; Junior Prom Committee. • KATHRYN E DWARDS, Atlanta, Georgia; Phi Mu; Art Club; Car e a Club. e JUNE LUCIA ELLIOTT, Nev Orleans, Louis- iana; Delta Z4ta: T. U. R. K.; Y. W. C. A.; Lam- pyrlds. • )i| El|iA, TH FA LoijK6(ra, A CipelTa Choir retta; ' Y W. C. A. FAGAN, New Orlea; v Glee Club; Oj e BEVERLY NELL RISK, New Orleans, Louisiana, Greenbackers; Swimming, Tennis. - , y A • ' AUDREY VALERIE FLAUTT, New Orleans, ' ' AjB Lxiuisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Cam ' S. ' Cera Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. V .f C. • aNNABELLE CLAIRE GALLE, V;_L lsiana; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W--p- A.; Ijjr g tic CI J»; -FestIval Choir. -3i -S, o GCORIA HERLIHY GAUNT, New Orleans, «fW- fe- Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; Art Club; Catholic f i Club; Spanish Club; Lampyr • POLLY HOFFMAN, Wichita Falls, Texas; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club. • ISABELLE CHRISTIAN HOLLAND, Liverpool, England; Kappa Alpha Theta; Festival Choir. • MARY MOM, New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; ArchlfyClub. " • PAULINE RAE HUDDLESTON, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Resi- dent Student Government Association. • MARGARET IRWIN JOACHIM, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; A Capella Choir; Operetta; Glee Club Vice-President; Catholic Club; Festival Choir. ArT . iud; am- E, New Oi eans, Juhict ClaS npyrlds. ., J GLADYS LODOISKA GAY, New Orleans, » Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi. SECOND ROW • RUTH GOLDMAN, Bogalusa, Louisiana; Phi Sigma Sigma; International Relations Club. O BETTY GRANT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alptia Theta; Pan-Hellenic Council. • JACQUELINE HEYMANN, Lafayette, Louis- iana; Alpha Epsllon Phi, Archery Club. • JULIA HAGEDORN HERZFELD, West Point, Georgia; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Jambalaya; Ath- letic Council; University Theatre. THIRD ROW • CHESLEY ELIZABETW ' - JOHNSON, New Or- leans, LouisIarrfft Pi Beta Phi; Camera Club. • SARA CATHRYN JONES, Chattanooga, Ten- nessee; Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; Hullabaloo; inter- nafionaiiUelatol Club; Y. W. C. A. • SUZANNE JONES, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Lampyrids; Greeobackers. O NITA ETHEL KIDD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Chi Omega; Resident Government Association; Newcomb Student Council; T. U. R. K.; Class President (3). e VIRGINIA BAUMAN KYLE, | ew Iberia, Louis- iana Pi Beta Phi. t • CYNTHIA HYDE LAN RT-i ' New Orleans, Louisiana; PI Beta Phi; Frencff Club. • JANE LAZARD, Highland Park, Illinois; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Hullabaloo; International Relations Club. • ESTHER SAMUEL LEVIN, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Classical Club. • ELAINE LEVY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Sigma Sigma; Pan-Hellenic Council. [240 1 FIRST ROW • JEAN LEVY, Glencoe, Illinois; Art Club, Hulla- baloo; University Theatre; Swimming Club. • MARJORIE GORDON LEWIS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Camera Club; Y. W. C. A. • MILDRED MORT, Fort Omaha. Nebraska, Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; International Relations Club. • LILYAN NAIHAUS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Lampyrids. • DOROTHY MARIE NOLAN. New Orleans, - ' j, Louisiana; Art Club; Camera Club; Jambalaya; Swimming Club. • HARRIET LINE, Missoula Montana; Kappaj -A ; ll_ l PALMER, Waynesboro, G. Kappa Gamma; Dance Club; Resident Student -- 1 -L k ai u r. ii d- a i r i u. d ,--j„ c , appa Government Association; University Theatre. • CAROLYN ROSA LOEB, Shreveport, La. Alpha Epsilon Phi; Resident Student Govern- ment Association; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre; Homecoming Cbtirt. • LUCILE MARIE LOLfBAT, New Orleans, Louisiana. • JANE LINTbN McNIVEN,, New Orlean s, Louis- iana; Phi Mu; Glee Club; OpeVetta. • HELEN LOUISE MACGLASHAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; Lampyrids. • MOONYEEN MARION. New Orleans, Louis- iana; Alpha O micron Pi; Jambalaya; Newcomb Assistant Editor; Student Government Association; T. U. R. K.; Class President (2); Student Body Treasurer (3); Assets. • MARIE BAUDEAN MARQUER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Catholic Club; Festival Choir, SECOND ROW • HELEN MAE MARSCHALL. New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Omicron PI. • SHIRLEY JEAN MARTIN. Wichita Falls, Texas; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Hullaba- loo; Resident Student Government Association. • ROSE MARY MAYES, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; Dance Club; Classical Club; Glee Club; Jennie Nixon Debating Club; Class Vice-President (2), Treasurer (3). V ' V . ; ; Alpha Delta Pi; Art Club; Resident Student Government Association. • BARBARA JANE PECK, Sicily Island, Louis- iana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club, • MARY ROSA PRIETO, Panama City, Republic of Panama. THIRD ROW • LOUISE MARY RAMONEDA, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Cam- era Club. • ELLA AGATHA RICHEY. New Orleans, Louis- iana; Art Club. • GLORIA DOMINICA RISO. New Orleans, Louisiana; Art Club; Operetta. e YOLANDA RApUEL RODRIGUEZ, Panama, Republic of Panama; Classical Club; Hullaba- loo; Spanish Club; Archery Club. • JOY GRETCHEN ROGERS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Lampyrids. • ANNA MARIE ROY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Glee Club; Operetta; University Theatre. • CLARA JULIA SAUNDERS, New Orleans. Louisiana; Chi Omega; Art Club; Student Gov- ernment. • ELIZABETH SCHMIDT, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Zeta Tau Alpha; Green backers. • ALICE SCHOENHARDT, New Orleans. Louis- iana; Alpha Omicron Pi. 1241] I i FIRST ROW • ELSA SCHWARTZ, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Assets; Classical Club; French Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K. • JANE SEIDENBACH. New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Jambalaya. O EVELYN ELSA SENTER, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; Classical Club; Green backers; Pan-Hellenic Council; Uni- versity Theatre. uston, Texas; Pi Beta • BETTY Phi; Art Club, MARY SHEPARD, Chattanooga, Tennessea; Art Club; Classical Club; International Relation V Club; ' Resident Student Government Associatioril e JANE MARION SHERMAN. Atlanta, Georgia Alpha Epsilon Phi; Jambalaya; University Thea ™- J • JEANNETTE ANN SILVERBERG. Clarksvil, Texas; Phi Sigma Sigma; Glee Club; Inter na- tional Relations Club; Pan-Hellenic Festival Choir. • MARY MARGARET VERLANDER. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Y. W. C. A. • ALICE NORINNE VINCENT, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Chi Omega; Glee Club President; Student Government Association; Operetta; Fes- tival Choir; Executive Committee; Finance Com- mittee. • MARY LUCILLE WARD. New Orleans, Louis- iana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Dance Club. • PHYLLIS LUCILE WATSON, New Orleans. Louisiana; Phi Mu; Hullabaloo; Student Govern- ment Association; Pan-Hellenic Council; Student Body Corresponding Secretary. Co nci Dorado, • MARY LOU WEBER. Phi Mu. New Orleans, Louisiana; HI uul m B • MILDRED ANNE SIMMONS, El Arkansas; Chi Omega; Resident Student: Gov- ernment Association; Operetta; Lampyrids. • CAROLINE LOUISE SPILLER, Hammond, Louisiana; Chi Omega; A Capella Choir; Gtee Club; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council. SECOND ROW • EVALYN STOLAROFF, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Art Club; Hullabaloo; T. U. R._ K.; University Theatre; Lampyrids; Class Vrce-President (3). • PHYLLIS CATHERINE STONE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club; University Theatre. • MARY ELIZABETH SWEATT, Gulfport, Mis- sissippi; Alpha Omicron Pi; Jambalaya; Pan-Hel- lenic Council, • DOROTHY ZINA TOLMAS, New Orleans, Louisiana; International Relations Club; Jennie Nixon Debating Club. THIRD y« SHIRLEY WfIL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee iCIub; Internationa! Relations Club; Operetta; Festiiv iQhoif. ' I Orlaar • SYLVIA WEILL, New Orlaans, Alpha Epsilon Phi; Archery Club. Louisiana; ) • MARGARET SHELBY WERLEIN, Vicksburg, Mississippi; Pi Beta Phi; Clasilcal, Club; Glee Club; Orchestra; Operetta; FestiKal Choir. • BARBARA LEE VWLHITE, Perkins, Oklahoma; Pi Beta Phi; Dance Club; Hutlablloo; Basketball. • MARGARET ANN WILLIAMS, College Station, Texas; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club; Assets; Hulla- baloo; Resident Student GoverRrnent Associa- tion; Pan-Helleni5 , Council; T. U. R. K.; Class Secretary. ,; I e MARY HENRIETTE WINEMAN, Detroit, Michi- gan; Dance Club; Newcomb Athletic Council; Student Government Association; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre. • RITA WORMS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • LORRAINE ERNESTINE WORMSER, Jeaner- ette, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Archery Club. • ALMA BERRYMAN YOUNG, Jacksonville, Florida; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club. UnDERGRflDUflTES FIRST COLUMN • ROBIN LEAH AHRENS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Tau Alpha; Hullabaloo. • CORA LUCKETT ALEXANDER, ' 45, Alexan- dria, Louisiana. • BARBARA ALLEN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Phi Mu; University Theatre. • EDITH ARNOLD, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; University Theatre. • HELENE ROSE ASHER, ' 45. Jackson, (vlissis- sippi; Art Club; Hullabaloo; International Rela- tions Club. • CHARLOHE MORSE ASHLEY, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; French Club; Jennie Nixon Debating Club; Festival Choir; Literary Club. • GLORIA BACHRACH, ' 45, Decatur, Illinois. • MARGARET ELIZABETH BAKER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. Theta; A Capella Choir; Glee Club. • RUTH MAY BANNISTER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club; Operetta. • JUNE CHARLOTTE BARKERDING, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • MARIE ELEANOR BAHALORA, ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; University Theatre. O ILENE FRAY BENNETT, ' 45, Pittsburg. Kan- sas. • FLORENCE DELPHINE BENSON, ' 44, Austin, Texas; Kappa Alpha Theta. • CLARA LOUISE BERNARD, ' 45, New Iberia, Louisiana; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A • MARIE LORRAINE BERNARD, ' 44. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Art Club. THIRD COLUMN • MARGIE RUTH BERRY. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A. • RUTH EVANS BIGGERS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Y. W. C. A. • DORIS CROCKETT BILLINGSLEY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; Operetta; Uni- versity Theatre; Art School Council. • BEVERLY JOY BISSO, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Glee Club. :- e FRANCES BLACKMAR, ' 44, Columbus, Geor- gia; Kappa Kappa Gamma; International Rela- tions Club. SECOND COLUMN • MARY RUSSELL BARRETT. ' 45, Charlotte North Carolina; Chi Omega; Art Club. • BETTY ANN BARRETT. ' 45, Decatur. Illinoistjy ' Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. B ' • RUTH LUCILE BARROV , ' 44. Houston, Texas; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club. • BETTY ANN BARTLETT, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; University Theatre; Intramural Representative (1) • ANN BATES, ' 45, Baton (Touge, Louisiana; Pr Beta Phi; Art Club; Glee Club. t ' z , ELLA JANE BLAKE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- ' iana; Phi Mu; Art Club; University Theatre; Y. ■VV. C. A. lipBETTY LEMMEL BLOCH, ' 45, Napoleonville, LoSii na; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Art Club; Glee Cluf • BERTHA OMEGA BODENHEIMER, ' 44, Shreve- port, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club. • BARBARA BOND, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Orchestra; Y. W. C. A. • JOEL MARIE BOND, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club. A.. ■ ' Vi {■ l U. A, FIRST ROW • MARY WINIFRED BRANDON, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • BARNETT BRANSON, ' -IB, Atlanta, Georgia; Phi Mu; Art Club; Riding Club. e VIRGINIA BOSTICK BRES, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Cath- olic Club; Glee Club; hlullabaloo; Jambalaya. • BETTIE BUNCOMBE BREWSTER, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana: Chi Omega; University Theatre. • M 3t=BSlDGER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • W|T6 BRING HURST. ' 45. New Orleans, Loifc.J iana; Y. V. C. A. ■ • EMAY HART BUCHANAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; A rt Club. • JANE BEULAH BUCHANAN, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Glee Club. , ' is, Austin, • TRULA DALE BUCHANAN Zeta Tau Alpha; Glee Club e MARY ELIZABETH BUERKLE, ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Dance Club; Glee Club. • SONJA BUNGE, ' 44, Port Arthur, Texas; Dance Club; Intramural Soccer, Baseball, Deck- Tennis; Horseshoes. Tennis. THIRD ROW f. ' it • MARY BURNAM BRITTAIN, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. ' ' ■ ' ' • DOROTHY GARNER BROCK, ' 45, Durante, jaPj Mexico; Dance Club. ' . -i -. x ' f k pALLY BLANCHE BROOKS, ' 45, fcrney T s; i Bteta Phi; Glee Club. J „r ' " - ' - ' v- c? • ADELINE EDWINA BROSSETTE. ' 44rT ew Or- • MARY PATRICIA BURK, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club; Hulla- baloo; University Theatre; Y W. C. A. I . ia ELIZABETH -SUSAN BURNS, ' 44, Macon, Geor- I gia; Alpha Dfilta Pi, Dance Club; Glee Club; i Opp fW C. A. r) i 51? - ■• ' ' !L J ' • MARJORIE MARSHELL BUOT, ' 45, Pit+sview, 7 Alabama: Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. " — ■ 1 leans, Louisiana; Classical Club. ,ND ROW • TILLY ROSE BROUSSARD, ' 45, Bossier City, Louisiana; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club; Y. W. C. A. e ANNE WETHERALL BROWN, ' 45, Water Val- ley, Mississippi; Art Club. V - . - -■ • GLORIA ANNE BROWN, ' 45, Springfield, Hinois:.. AIpha _ Epsilon Phi; A Capella Choir; Glee Club. ,- O MARGARET ROWAN BROWNSON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club; Catholic Club; Festival Choir. ■ ' 1. l MAE KATHRYN BRUNO, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana. O MERILYN FLOWER BUS " M5; onroe, Louis- iana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; Inter- national Relations Clubf ' Y. W. C. A. • STATIRA GRANT BUTMAN " 45, Fremont. Ohio; Kappa Alpha Thet ; University Theatre. O MARION CLARE BYRNE, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi. Ji • NANNIE BRENT BYRNE, J , New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club; Glee Club. • BETTY JEAN CADZOW, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • MARJORIE SYBIL CAHN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • ELIZABETH BASS CALVERT, ' 45, Greenville, Mississippi; Chi Omega; Art Club; Hullabaloo. [244] FIRST COLUMN • BARBARA ANN CAMPBELL, ' 45, Bel Air, Maryland; Riding Club; Intramural Deck-Tennis. • MARJORIE MARIE CARRERE, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; Hulla- baloo. • PEARLE WHITE CARTWRIGHT, ' 44, Osceola, Arkansas; Pi Beta Ptii. • AILlEEN MONTGOMERY CAS5EGRAIN. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alptia Omicron Pi; Cattiolic Club; University Theatre. • GRACE HENRIETTA CHARBONNET, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Classical Club; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; Festival Choir. • SYLVIA ANNE CHARBONNET, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; Jambalaya; University Theatre. • HOPE WINIFRED CHENEY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A. • TITINE VILLERE CLARK, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi. • CHARLOTTE BYRD CLARKE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • CLARA LUCILLE COATES, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. SECC ICOLUMN • MARJORIE COHEN, ' 44, Bogalusa, Louis- iana; Phi Sigriiai Siqm ; International Relations Club. i I l K • i- • GLORIA FANNY COLLE, ' 45, Pascagoula, Mississippi; Delta 2eta; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • JUNE ROSE CONRAVEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Y. W. C. A.; Archery Club. • PATRICIA ' GLADNEY COOK, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club. • MARGUERITE LALLANDE COUSIN, ' 44, Shreveport, Louisiana; Zeta Tau Alpha. O ANN WEBB CRAIG, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Phi Mu; Glee Club. O ANNE COMPTON CRANE, ' 44, Birmingham, Alabama; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Resi- dent Student G-vernment Association. • DORIS CRANE, ' 44, Chicago, Illinois; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • MARION CRAWFORD, ' 45, Shreveport, Louis- iana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; Interna- tional Relations Club. • TALICIA DIANE CRAWFORD, ' 45, Ada, Okla- homa; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club. THIRD COLUMN • RUPERT HAYES CREBBIN, 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Chi Omega; Hullabaloo. SARAH LEE CREEKMORE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Greenback- ers. « ANITA LOUISE CROZAT, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. e JOYCE CUNNINGHAM, ' 44, Summit, Missis- sippi; Phi Mu, Resident Student Government Asso- ciation. ' i MARY CURTIS CUTTING, ' 44, New Orleans, uisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club. » GAYLE PAULA DAHMER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • ALICE MARY DALY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- ianaj; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Spanish Club. o HELEN MAE DASPIT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Y. W. C A. » MARJORIE ROSE DAVIS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Glee Culb; Y. W. C. A. « VIRGINIA ELIZABETH DAWSON, ' 45, Alton, Illinois; Hullabaloo; International Relations Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. ., .• ' Vl ' ' v fl " " t wyvi FIRST ROW • MARION SUZANNE DEAR, ' 45, Alexandria, Louisiana; Chi Omega; Glee Club. • MARY PATRICIA DICKMAN, ■«, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Dance Club; Glee Club; Uni- versity Theatre. • ELAINE REILY DICKS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; Dance Club. • NANCY DILLARD, ' 45, Wichita Falls, Texas; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; Glee Club. • MURRAY PATRICIA DILLON, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Jambalaya; University Theatre; Greenbackers. • MARY JANE ' Louisiana; Delta Zeta; Y. W. C. A, lackers. V IE " Dlh NGEY, ' 44, New Orle W ' • JEAN ELIZABETH DONALSON, ' 45, Weslaco Texaff lee Club. • EVALYN HEARD DOOLEY, ' 45, New Qrla. Louisiana. • LILLIAN ELIZABETH DURAND, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Art Club; University Theatre. • MARIAN DUREAU, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club. • BETTY WARNER DURLAND, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • DOROTHY ELIZABETH EAVES, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • SHIRLEY ROSEMARY EBERLE, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Glee Club. • HORTENSIA LULU EBLE, ' 45, La Fourche, Louisiana. THIRD ROW 4 ' JEANNE ADELE ELBE, ' 44, Denver, Colorado; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; Operetta; Uni- versity Theatre; Fe lJyaU Choir; Freshman Beauty Court. - " • INNES SLYNN ELLIS, ' 44, Rayville, Louisiana; y Alpha Omicj n Pi. Glee Club; Athletic Coun- j.[ cil;.-OtnY ity -Theatre; Fesfival Choir. » ' MARGARET VIRGInU ' DOWLING, ' 45 Mo- V AKTi ' - ' ' ' ' — bile, Alabama; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club; „,-„«, ,,,-nwr-w .-, i.-k,rN.- ».- ,..- , ;,.; u 1, u , II • -. TL i • BERYL HERVEY ELMENOORF, 45, Galveston, . ' f Hullabaloo; University Theatre. _ , ,.. . . . , , ' Texas; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club. J ' l? ANN tth etaM uate d. in ui to me lONE DRACKETT, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; Uni- versity Theatre; Y. W. C. A. SECOND ROW • JEAN AMALIA DRESNER, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Dance Club; Glee Club; Operetta; Festival Choir. • CAROL VERA DREYF0U5, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Art Club, Hulla- baloo. • NYADA DUE, ' 44, Franklin, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; Intramural Chairman; Archery Club. • SHIRLEY RANDOLPH DUNLAP, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Glee Club. • CARTER ERNST, ' 44, Petersburg, Virginia; Chi Omega; Art Club; Hullabaloo; University Theatre. • JANET MARIE ESTOPINAL, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Y. W. C. A.; Catholic Club. • PHOEBE AIREY EVANS, ' 44, Memphis, Ten- nessee; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. • MARY ROSE EVEREST, -45, Council Bluffs, Iowa; A Capella Choir; Glee Club. • THELMA CLAIRE FALGOUST, ' 45, Vacherie, Louisiana. • BARBARA FAULK, ' 45, Monroe, Louisiana; Chi Omega; Art Club; Glee Club. • JOSEPHINE ANN FAUST, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; Achery. iUA ' ? : Ifc--J .v rsT ! :»-rti r -r ' M--jni2ir- FIRST COLUMN • ELAINE MURIEL FELD, ' 44, Kansas City, Mis- souri; Alpha Epsllon Phi. • SUSANNE FELD. ' 44, Memphis, Tennessee; Glee Club; Operetta. • SUSANNE M. FELD, ' 44, Kansas City, Mis- souri; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Hullabaloo. • CAROL JEAN FRASER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta. • MARGARET FREEMAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana. • RUTH JOAN FREIBAUM, ' 45, Annrsfon, Ala- bama; International Relations Club. • DIXIE ELIZABETH FRIEDRICHS, ' 44, New Or- 1eans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art ' ■ ' dub • BETTY JANE FIEDLER, ' 45, Memphis, Ten - nessee; Alpha Onficron Pi; University Theatre JW MA A LOUISE FULHAM, ' 45, New Orleans, • BEHY LOUISE " FINNEGAN leans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; C Dance Club; Y. ' W. C. A. O RUTH CAROLINE FISCHOFER, leans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club; University Theatre. e JEAN FlSh R, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Jennie Nixon J bating Club. • ELLEN ' CTORIA FITZGIBBON, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Art Club; Dance Club. • JEAN LOUISE FLOWER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • HELEN FRANCES FLOWERS, ' 45, Ruleville, Mississippi; Glee Club; Hullabaloo. • MARY JANE FLY, ' 45, Summit, Mississippi; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. SECOND COLUMN • DOROTHY FOLLETT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Beta Sigma Omicron. • FRANCES GLENN FORT, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana: Beta Sigma Omicron; International Relations Club; Y. W. C. A. O AIMEE L. FORTSON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Hullabaloo; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. O LELA FOURNET, ' 44. New Orleans, Louis- iana; Alpha Omicron Pi; University Theatre. o MURIEL MARCIA FOURNET, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana: Beta Sigma Omicron. • CAROL JANE FRANK, ' 45. Cincinnati, Ohio. ■ Ebuisiana. ' 44, New Or- V T Camera Club ' J ' " ' ' COLUMN ' 45, H ' H m • BARBARA FULTON, ' 45, Des Moines, Iowa; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; Riding Club. • EMILIE JOSEPHINE GAUDET, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • REBECCA NORMAN GILBERT, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • BETH ODILE GLASS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Alpha Omicron Pi; University Theatre. • RUTH ESTHER GOTTESMAN, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana: Phi Sigma Sigma; Classical Club: Glee Club; Hullabaloo. • JANE AUSTIN GOTTSCHALL, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • KATHRYN WHITNEY GOULD, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; A Capella Choir; Assets; Glee Club; Jennie Nixon Debat- ing Club; Operetta. • CAROLYN GRAHAM ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana: Chi Omega; Glee Club; Lampyrids. • BETTY MAE GRANBERRY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club; Uni- versity Theatre- t CONNIE MAY GRANGER, ' 44, New Iberia, Louisiana: Phi Mu; Jambalaya. • HARRIET VIRGINIA GREENLESE, ' 45, Mem- pnis, Tennessee; Alpha Omicron Pi; University Theatre. [247] ir ■ f . -i ' ji . tv FIRST ROW • PAULINE GREENSPAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Sigma Sigma. • MARY CATHERINE GREY, ' 45, Destrehan, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Uni- versity Theatre. • DORIS ROSEMARY GROS. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Jambalaya; Uni- versity Theatre. ti y , • MARY JESSIE GUEST, ' 44. Pascagoula. Mis- sissippi; Zeta Tau Alptia; Glee Club. • RPSEMARY ELIZABETH HAAS, ' 45. New Orlealis, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Uni- versity Theatre. ■i ' - ' -k— • JANE CAROLINE HACKETT, ' 45, New OP leans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. • ALMA LOUISE HAMMETT. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; University ,x-v Theatre. LIj aN HAMMOND, ' 45, New Orleans, j-bui: appa Kappa Gamma; Art Club] I BETTY B. HARRIS, ' 45, Birmingftam, Afebama Kappa Alpha Theta. l • JOAN HARRIS, ' 45, Galveston, " exas; Pi Beta ;s t Club. • CAROLYN HELDMAN, ' 45, Cincinnati, Ohio: Alpha Epsllon Phi; Archery Club. • DOROTHY HELM, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Chi Omega; Glee Club . • ANN HENDERSON, ' 45, WlSita, Kansas; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art .Club; International Relations Club. • PATRICIA SHEFFIELD HENDERSON, ' 44, Jackson, Mississippi; Pi Beta Phi; Art Club. • MARGARET ROSALIE HENLEY, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana: Y. W. C. A. THIRD ROW ?i FRANCES EUGENIA HENSON, ' 45, Corinth, Missrsssippi; Orchestra; Y. W. C. A. • MARY HERCU5, ' 44, Hot Springs, Arkansas; Pi Beta Phi; A, Capella Choir; Operetta. • LUeRrCTAT! ELISA HERRERA, ' 45, Guate- mala City, Guatemala; Pi Bel Phi; Glee Club. • TtHQTlA HICKERSON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; ' Beta Sigma Omlcr f w amera Club; Y. W. C. A. • ELIZABETH HILL, ' 44, Kappa Kappa Gamma tlH4ei ' M4Ui SECOND ROW e MARGARET PRUDENCE HARRIS, ' 45, Yeadon, Pennsylvania; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • IDAMAY ANN HAYDEN. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; Cheerleaders; Dance Club; T. U. R K. • ELAINE GRACE HEDGES, ' 45, Wichita, Kan- sas; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • SHIRLEY HEIMAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Glee Club; Festival Choir. • EVE HEINEMANN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Assets; Hullabaloo; Jennie Nixon Debating Club, Secretary-Treasurer; T. U. R. K.; Uni- versity Theatre; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Student Center Council. jria, Louisiana: • LUCINDA HILL, ' M, Ne(v OVieans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Greenbackers. .„ • CHARLOTTE WATERMAN HILLYER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; University Tteatre. -==-, • HILDA HIRSCH, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; International Relations Club; Jambalaya. • JEAN LYNN HIRSCH, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; Athletic Council; Tennis. • MABEL CHAUVIN HOCHENEDEL, ' 44, Houma, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; Assets; Student Government Association; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre. [248] FIRST COLUMN • SALLY HOLBROOK, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; University Theatre. • DOROTHY MARION HOPKINS, ' 44. Guifport, Mississippi; Chi Omega; Assets; Hullabaloo; Jennie Nixon Debating Club; Resident Student Government Association; University Theatre Y W. C. A.; Class Secretary-Treasurer (2); Student Center Council Secretary (2). • JONNIE MARIE HORN, ' 45, Lucedale, Mis sissippi; Glee Club; Y. ' w, C. A. • LOUISE RYDER HORN, ' 45, Monroe, Georgia Phi Mu; Glee Cli t. • CAROLYN Chi Omega; Glee Club. HOWBLL.t •«) 45, Atlanta, Georgia,: • AILEEN MARIE HUMMEL, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club; Glee Club. • CHARLEEN ETHEL HUTSON, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Glee Club; Newcomb Athletic Council; Archery Club. • GLORIA UKKi HUTTNERf ' tS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • DOROTHY SHARP HYATT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Jambalaya. • HARRIET ESTHER HYMAN, ' 45, Helena, Ar- kansas; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; Symphony Orchestra. • ROSEMARY CLAIRE JANSSEN, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Zeta Tau Alpha; Glee Club. SECOND COLUMN O JANE ELIZABETH JOHNSON. ' 45, Sour Lake, Texas; Zeta Tau Alpha; Dance Club; Glee Club. e JANET JUNE JONES, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • PEGGY ELIZABETH JOYNER, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • MARY STUART KELLOGG, ' 45, Monroe. Louis- iana; Chi Omega; Art Club; Hullabaloo. • PATRICIA JOAN KELLY, ' 45, Pasadena, Cali- fornia; Classical Club. • MILDRED ELEANOR KIDD, ' 45, Mansfield, Louisiana; Zeta Tau Alpha; Glee Club. • MARTHA CLAYTON KILPATRICK, ' 45, Mon- roe, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Hullabaloo. • EDITH HUMPHREY KING, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club. • AUDREY MARIE KIRSCHNER, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • GLORIA MIRIAM KLEKMAN, ' 45, Forest Hills, New York; Glee Culb; Hullabaloo; Jambalaya; Defk Tennis. • VELIZABETH KLIPSTEIN, ' 45, New Orleans, Loursiana. THIRD COLUMN • MARY EUGENIA KNIGHT, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Hulla- baloo; Jennie Nixon Debating; Y. W. C. A.; Soccer; Baseball, Deck Tennis. • SHIRLEY WATSON KROSS, ' 44, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Delta Zeta, Camera Club; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • JACQUELINE JOAN LABRY, ' 44, Shreveport, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Classical Club; Hullaba- loo; Jambalaya; Student Government Associa- tion; Newcomb Student Council. • KATHERINE BROWN LaCOUR, ' 45, LaCour, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; Hullabaloo. • MINNA WADDELL LANE, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • LENICE LARKIN, ' 44, San Antonio, Texas; C ' assical Club; Y. W. C. A. • ELMIRE M. LeBLANC. ' 44, Napoleonville. Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; Camera Club. O KATHERINE deVILLENEUVE LeBLANC, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Classical Club. e ETHELYN THELMA LENFANT. ' 44. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A. O MYRL MARIE LENFANT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Classical Club; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A. O THAIA BEATRICE LEOPOLD, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Eta Sigma Phi; Classical Club. 1 ' % FIRST ROW • DOROTHY LEVIN, ' 14, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Phi Sigma Sigma. • CORA ALICE LEVINE, ' AA New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Hullabaloo; T. U. R. K. • MILDRED ROBBINS LEVITAN, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • EDITH LEVY, ' 45, Glencoe. Illinois; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Dan e jiClub; University Theatre. • JO-ELLYN LEVpi ' , Shreveport, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Pfri AJ hnie Nixon Debating Club. • BETTY BLAIN LYLE, ' 45, New Orleans. Louis- iana; Delta Zeta; Glee Club; Unlversitv Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • LORRAINE EVELYN LYONS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana: Glee Club. • BESSIE LEE McCARTY, ' 45, NeW Orleans, Louis- iana; Phi Mu; Y. W. C. At- ; -- • MARY ELIZABETH McCONNELL, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Chi Omega. • ELAINE THELMA McFAUL. ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. w Orleans. Louisiana; Phi-, , • AUDREY LIBERMAN, ' 44, Chattanooga, Ten;? nessee; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Art Club; Univei sity Theatre; Operetta. y.y i • JERRY ALYCE LIDDELL, ' 44, New Orleans, A Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Dance Cluby : ' vfHuljabaloo; Newcomb Student Council; UnFversiy heatre; Y. W. C. A. EY MAE LIDDELL, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Band; Glee ' ' I Gtub; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; University Thea- ;tMe- ,W. C. A.; Riding Club. Kt4» EMILY LEE UPPER, ' 45, Houston, Texas; Alpha ■f ' ?|Epsilon Phi; Dance Club; Glee Club. I " " SECOND ROW • BETTY LISENBY, ' 45, Afmore, Alabama; Dance Club; Hullabaloo. ,• VIRGINIA MAi LOEBLICH, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • MERREL MARJORIE LOUBAT, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; Y. W. C. A. • MARIFRANCES LOWE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. " ' BETTY LOV ENSTEIN, ' 45, Detroit, Michigan; Alpha Epsilon Phi. THIRD ROW il j|aELIZABETH ANNE McGEHEE, ' 44, Lafayette. ; t9uisiana; Chi Omega; Art Club; Greenback- " O MABLE CLAIRE McMURRAY, ' 44, High Point, Nortb--Gar(j)MTat Zeta Tau Alpha. feP ' I H I .n 5 , I • MARILYN LUCILE McNift, ' 45, New Or- ' leans, Louisiana; Catholic Club. ; • INA CLAIRE MADDEN, ' 44, Arcadia, Louis- iana; Phi Mu; A Capella Choir; Festival Choir; Glee Club; Operetta. e ELAINE D. MAER, ' 45, Miami, Florida; Glee Club; International Relations Club; Jennie Nixon Debating Club. • DOROTHY DODDS MAGEE. ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; University Thea- tre; Y. W. C. A - • BATYA NAOMI MALLET, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • BARBARA CANE MANN, ' 45, Burlington, Vermont; Kappa Alpha Theta; University Theatre. • NINA MANY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • YOLANDE BARBARA MARCHES5EAU, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Hullabaloo; Jennie Nixon Debating Club. FIRST COLUMN • GLORIA ETHELYN MARKS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; Jennie Nixon Debating Club; University Ttieatre; Y. W. C. A, • MARJORIE EVELYN MARKS, ' 45, Woodmere, Long Island, New York; Hullabaloo. • HORTENSIA RITA del MARMOL, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; T. U. R. K. • CAROLYN MARSHALL, ' 44, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi; Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; Dance Club; Tennis; Archery; Hoctcey. • BARBARA CATHERINE MARTIN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Lampyrids; Dance Club. • BETH DEAN MARTIN, ' 45, El Dorado, Arkan- sas; Glee Club. • MARY LEE MARTIN, ' 45, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Jennie Nixon Debating Club; Uni- versity Theatre. • ROBERTA MARIE MARTIN, ' 45, St. Martin- ville, Louisiana; Phi Mu; University Theatre. • BETTY HOWCOTT MONROSE, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; Groen- backers; T. U. R. K. • JEAN MONTGOMERY, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi. ' 44, New Orleans, • ANNE THIDA MOORE, ' 44, New Orleani, Louisiana; Chi Omega; Glee Club; Hullabaloo. • BETTY MORPHY, 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Chi Omega. • ALEENE MUELLER, ' 44, Sheffield, Alabama; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; University Thea- tre. • MARGARET TREDWAY MARTINEZ, Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron ' 15, Pi. New • VIRGINIA MAXWELL, ' 44, Abilene, Texas; Alpha Delta Pi; Art Club. • CLARE JOY MAYER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Alpha Delta Pi; University Theatre. SECOND COLUMN • EMILY MAYER, ' 45, Cincinnati, Ohio; Alpha, Epsilon Phi; Dance Club; Hullabaloo. • NETTYE MENENDEZ, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Delta Zeta; Camera Club; Dance Club; Y. W. C. A. THIRD COLUMN • REBECCA THEODOSIA MULDROW, ' 45, Carls- bad, New Mexico; Hullabaloo; University Thea- tre; Y. W. C. A. • ROSEMARY CLAIRE MULLER, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Operetta; Festival Choir. • GERTRUDE GRANGER MUNSON, ' 45, Napo- leonville, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Hullabaloo. • GRACE CONSTANCE MURPHY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. • NORRIS MARY MURPHY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; Newcomb Athletic Council; University Theatre; Riding Club. " W-» GEORGIE RUTH MYERS, ' 45, Dallas, Texas; f] JCappa Kappa Gamma; A Capella Choir; Glee -A flub. • MERLE MYRICK, ' 45, Puerto Armuelles, Re- public of Panama; Delta Zeta; Y. W. C. A. • TOMMYE GERMAINE MIRANDONA, ' 46, He-ii-X SM Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha p -- . . Glee Club. W A— V • MARTHA ICATHLEEN " MITCHELL, ' 45, Nash ville, Tennessee; Chi Omega; University Theatre. • MARY HERRON MITCHELL, ' 44, Nashville, Tennessee; Chi Omega; Art Club; International Relations Club; Y. W. C. A. • MARIOM VIRGINIA MIZE, ' 45, Gulfport, Mis- sissippi; Alplra Omicron f Y. W. C. A. JANET CLARE NEUHAUSER, ' 44, New Or- micron Pi; Art Club;: ' Mais, Louisiana. • VENDA PATRICIA NORTHWAY, ' 45, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club. O LORRAINE FRANCES NUNGESSER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; University Theatre. • FRANCES VERLIN ODEN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; University Theatre. Y. W. C. A. A V I FIRST ROW • MARIE LOUISE ODENDAHL, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana. a HAZEL ARABELLA OLIVER, ' 44, Crosby, Mis- sissippi; Glee Club; Orchestra; Operetta. • DELIA HOOE O ' SHEE, ' 45, Alexandria, Louis- iana; Chi Omega; Glee Club. e IRENE ALEXANDER OWEN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. ' • BESSIE PAIL ' ET , ' ' i ' - ew Orleans, Louisiana. " m • BEULAhL.EAlLET, ' AS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Si Sti igma, Interilational Relations Club. • ETTA MAE PALMlSANO, ' 45, New Orleans, ' Louisiana; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Hulla- baloo; Festival Choir. - • EDNA CHRISTINE PARIS, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; A Capella Choir; Glee 0ub; Operetta. SALLY GRAY PARKER, ujiiana; Pi Beta Phi. •■ ALICE BATCHELOR PXhSTC leans, Louisiana; Pi,, Beta Phi; Hullabaloo SECOND ROW HESTER RU ' S PEIRCE, ' 45, New Orleans, , ' ; ' Louisiana; Glee TSlub; Jambalaya; University Theatre. • ELLEONORA MOSS PERRILLIAT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Assets; Dance Club; Glee Club; Student Government Association; Operetta; Newcomb Student Coun- cil; T. U. R. K.; Class President (2). V...LOUISE BELLE PETERMAN, ' 44, Alexandria, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club; University Theatre. a HARRIOTT KINLOCH PHELPS, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; Hulla- abaloo. • SHIRLEY EILEEN PIC, ' 44, New Orleans, J 1 i q Msiana; Zeta Tau Alpha; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil; University Theatre. [252] • JO ANN PINCUS. ' 45. San Antonio, Texas; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Jennie Nixon Debating Club; Swimming Club. • PATRICIA JANE PLATTE, ' 45, Vicksburg, Mis- sissippi; Zeta Tau Alpha; Festival Choir; Glee Club; University Theatre. • SYLVIA POLLOCK, ' ' 44, ' Ata, Oklahoma; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Art Club; Operetta; Univer- sity Theatre. a ROSEMARY KATHERINE POOL, ' 45, Rock- ford, Illinois. • HELEN RIVIERE POPE, ' 45, Atlanta, Georgia. Zeta Tau Alpha; Hullabaloo; University Theatre. J THIRD ROW 1 ELEANOR HAWLEY PORTER, ' 45, Galveston, ' teitas; Glee Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A,: Festival Choir. • VIRGINIA POMEROY PORTER, ' 44, Fort ;Wayne, Indiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art MARY ELEANOR POST, ' 45. Biloxi, Missis- f ' srppi; Glee Club; Internationa! Relations Club; POMERC la; Kapp Club fF ' • MARY ELE i ' srppi; Glee Club; International Relations (Jlub; Jennie Nixon Debating Club; Orchestra; Univer- 1 sity Theatre; Soccer, Baseball, Deck Tennis. • VIRGINIA ALICE POTTER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Y. W. C. A,; Festival Choir. • RUTH DRUHAN POWER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club. s ELISE COURTNEY PROFFITT, • ' 44, Butte, Mon- tana; Pi Beta Phi;, Art Club; Hullabaloo; Uni- versity Theatre. • RUTH PROVOSTY, ' 45, Ne Orleans, Louis- iana; Pi Beta Phi; Art Club. • CALISTA RAULT, ' 41, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Alpha Omicron Pi; Assets; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; Jennie Nixon Debating Club; Pan- Hellenic Council; Student Center Council. • ADELE ADAH REDDITT, ' 45, Columbia, Louis- iana; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Festival Choir. • MARIAN REESE, ' 45, Merriam, Kansas; Beta Sigma Omicron; Hullabaloo; University Theatre. FIRST COLUMN • BETTY MATILDA REGENSTEIN, ' 45, Atlanta, Georgia; Glee Club. • CALA SUE REID, ' 45, Leesville, Louisiana; Zeta Tau Alptia; Y. W. C. A.; Art Club. • JANET FORD REILLEY, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; University Ttieatre. • ALMA COLLINS RIESS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana. • JOSEPHINE BARNES ROBERTSON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi. • ROSE MARIE ROBIN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron PI; Art Club. • MARTHA ANN RODGERS, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Hullabaloo; Archery Club. • JUNE ROSE ROEPE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Orchestra; Operetta. • DOROTHY ELAINE ROLNICK, ' 45, Chicago, Illinois; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Hullabaloo; Uni- varsity Theatre. . • JULANNE ROSE. ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Hullabaloo; Jennie Nixon Debating Club. • RUTH NATALIE ROSEN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Sigma Sigma; Classical Club; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; International Relations Club; Festival Choir; Lampyrids. SECOND COLUMN • JEANNE ELIZABETH ROSENBERG, ' 45, Norr , folk, Virginia; Alpha. Epsilon Phi; InternationaJ) Relations Club; Archery Club. • SHIRLEY MADELIt E., ROSENBERG, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; University Theatre. , • NORMA FAY ROSENSON, ' 44, New Orlea i Louisiana; International Relations Club. • MARJORY DEE ROTHARMEL, ' 44, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club. • BARBARA MARY SANCHEZ, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club Jambalaya. • MARION WILBURN SANDOZ, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana: Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club; Hullabaloo. • KATHERINE L. SAUNDERS, ' 44, Now Orleans, Louisiana; Chi Omega; Jambalaya; University Theatre. • MARIE LOUISE SCHIELE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • MARGARET NORTON SCHILLING, ' 45, Ma- rietta, Georgia; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club; Jennie Nixon Debating Club. • ETHELYN SCHMIDT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Glee Club; University Theatre. • GEORGANNE CAROLINE SCHMIDT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; Jennie Nixon Debating Club; Y. W. C. A.; Tennis. THIRD COLUMN • NOLA MAE SCHMITT, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Hullabaloo; University Theatre. • DOROTHY ELIZABETH SCHNEIDER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Camera Club; Classical Club; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; Y. W. C. A.; Cabinet. • ELAINE AUDREY SCHNEIDER, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Glee Club. • LOLA ALINE SCHNELL, ' 44, Marrero, Louis- iana. • HAZEL SCHOFIELD , ' 45, Macon, Georgia; Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club; University Theatre; ' 1. Y. W. C. A. - i ' CW SELMA SCHONBRUN, ' 44, Brooklyn, New XPfork; Alpha Epsilon Phi. » V BETTY GRACE SCOTT, ' 45, Sewanee, Tennes- see; Ch ' Omega; Glee Club. •t ELIZABETH JANE SCOTT, ' 44, Detroit, Mich- ig h; Hullabaloo; University Theatre. ' dEANNE SARAH SHIELDS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club. • KATHERINE SIMMONS, ' 44, Birmingham, Ala- bama; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Resident Student Government Association; Class Presi- dent (I). • RUTH M. SIMON, ' 45, Montgomery, Ala- bama; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Dance Club; Glee Club. 1 . •« r I r % •■•-iBK. ? t ' y y A • DONNA JEAN SPENCE, ' 44, Lake Wales; Florida, Y. W. CV A. Council. GLORIA MERLE SPENCER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi, Cheerleader; Dance == - f tplub; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; ,T. U. R. K ; 1 t niversity Theatre; l 5tud Center FIRST ROW • ADELINE SINGER, ' 45, Oklahoma City. Okla- homa: Glee Club; Hullabaloo. e MARY CAROLYN SLOAN, ' 45, Lakeland. Florida; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. • VIRGINIA ANNE SMART. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. e BETTY DeKOVEN SMEDES. ' 45, New Iberia. Louisiana; Glee Club; International Relations Club; OrchestrarftW. C. A.; Socc er; Baseball. e JOANNE SMITH. ' 44, Little Rock, Arkansas; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club; University Theatre. • RUTH ALLEN SMITH, ' 45, New Orleans, iana; Glee Club. S7 1 =° RGARET ANNE SPORBORG. ' 44. Miami Beach, Florida; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Festival Choir Glee Club ' Operetta. • ANN BLAli E SPRINGER, ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; iee Club. y ntuj SECOND ROW • WINNIE MAE STAFFORD, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Phi Mu. • HELEN BURGESS STEELE. ' 45, Ripley, Tennes- see; Chi Omega; Glee Club; Jennie Nixon De- bating Club. a THELMA STEINBERG, ' 44, Scottsboro, Ala- bama. e NADYNE SIBB5 STEINMAYER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Chi Omega. • BETTY LEWIS STEVENS, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Chi Omega; University Theatre; Glee Club. O BARBARA ANN STEWART. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Hullabaloo; Jen- nie Nixon Debating Club. " " . -.— O MADELENE VIRGMMJI UMM, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Hullabaloo; University Thea- tre. • LOIS ELLEN TALBOT, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • BEVERLY CLAIRE TAYLOR, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club; University Theatre. • LYDIA MAY TILDEN, ' 45. Winter Garden, Florida; Phi Mu; University Theatre. THIRD ROW • JOY, ALETHA TONEY, ' 45, New Orleans, 9 ANA CELIA TRELLES, ' 45, Tampa. Florida; Delta Zeta; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • PURITA GEORGINA TRELLES. ' 45, Tampa, Florida; Delta Zeta; Y. W. C; ' ' . . • MARGARET ANNE TRENCHARD, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club. o JANE HELEN setts. L Boston. Massachu- • MARILYN A. TUCKER. ' 4j Kansas City, Mis- souri; Glee Club; Festival C r. a PEGGY DEAN TULLOS, ' 45, Shreveport. Louis- iana; Chi Omega; Art Club. • SUSAN TALBOT UHL, ' 45, Daytona Beach, Florida; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club. e AMELIE ALCEE UMBACH, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Jambataya; Uni- versity Theatre; Festival Choir. • RUTH DOROTHY UPCHURCH, ' 45, Lebanon. Illinois; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club. ' ' . FIRST COLUMN • CAROL MARIE VANDENBURG, ' 45, Chatfa- nooga, Tennessee; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • BARBARA WINSATE VATTER, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Chi Omega; Art Club; Inter- national Relations Club; Y. W. C. A. • KATHERINE VIOLA VERLANDER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; t-lullabaloo; University Thea-i tre; Y. W. C. A.; Ridjhg Club. 1 • AUDREY ADAII VICKNAIR, ' 45, Gretna, Louis- iana; Beta Sigma Otnitrop; Y. W. C. A. • MIRIAM ApRiENNE VIOSCA, ' 45, New Or. ' j leans, Louisiana: ' Delta Zeta; Glee Club; Y. W.: 7 C. A.; Swimmiffi. A l v ' ? ' • LUCILLE l s.Rir VOKlDtl HAAR, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; ' Delta Zeta; Camera Club; Dance Club; Y. W, C. A. • BETTY KATHRYN VORBUSCH, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; Hullah joo; Jennie Nixon Debating Club; University Theaire. • MARIE ELIZABETH WAGGAMAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta, Glee Club; Jambalaya. • MARGARET EM I LIE WATKINS, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; University Theatre. • BETTY FOY WATTERS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- iana; Alpha Delta Pi; Operetta; Y. W. C. A. O DOLORES VIRGINIA WATTS, ' 44. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; International Rela- tions Club; Y. V ' . C. A. SECOND COLUMN « RUTH GORDON WATTS, ' 44, Bryan, Texas; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Newcomb Orchestra; Ope- retta; Symphony Orchestra. a ELAINE MARION WEIL, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Y, W. C A. • ARTA J. WERNER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana. • ANN BOYD WEST, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana; PI Beta Phi; Glee Club. • DOROTHY E(?UEN WESTOVER, ' 45, Corona del Mar, California; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; University Theatre. • MARION ELAINE WETZEL, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Univer- sity Theatre. • AUDLEY IVENS WHEELER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; PI Beta Phi; Glee Club; Jambalaya. • JEANNE RIHL WHIDDON, ' 44, Mexico City, Mexico; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Dance Club; International Relations Club; Spanish Club. ,i DOROTHY MAE WHITE, ' 45, Monroe, Louls- a; Kappa Alpha Theta; University Theatre. • r.HIRLEY MAY WIEDERECHT, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Classical Club; Glee Club. VaTRICIA wilds, ' 45, Saint Joseph, Louls- iarra i Alpha Omicron Pi; Hullabaloo. THIRD COLUMN • PHYLLIS GUTHRIE WILKINSON, ' 45, Hous- ton, Texas; Zeta Tau Alpha; Jambalaya; Univer- sity Theatre. • HARRIET WILLIAMS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louis- • LENORE WILLIAMSON, ' 45, Pine Apple, Ala- bama; PI Beta Phi; Glee Club. « OLIVE KATHERINE WISE, ' 45, Warren, Arkan- sas; Chl Omega; Glee Club. O BEVERLY WOLF, ' :5, Worthinglon, Minne- sota; Jennia Ni.xon Debating Club. • DOROTHY KATHLEEN WOOD, ' 45, Mobile Alabama; Alpha Omicron Pi; A Capella Choir; Glee Club. a EMILY KATHRYN WOOD, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Art Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. 9 LOIS JEAN YOUNG, ' 44, Flint, Michigan; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Resident Student Gov- ernment Association. a CLAIRE MAE ZANDER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Jambalaya; Uni- versity Theatre. O MARJORIE ANNA ZENGEL, " 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. O GERALDINE ZOLLER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louis- iana. [255] ' sa ' ;W ' KiS ' -iTj ii I ' " ♦ f ■ THIS SECTIDIV CDIVT IIIVS THE COACHES AIVD ATHLETES DF BOTH THE MAJOR AIVH MINOR SPORTS, AS WELL AS ACTION SHOTS OF TULANE ' S ACCOMPLISHMENTS ON THE FIELB OF PLAY -ALL OF WHICH COMES UNHER THE HEAR DF SQ l lt€t CCd H I : FOOTBALL fl T SCHEDULE Tulane 21; Boston College 7 Tulane 32; Auburn Tulane 9; Rice Tulane 52; North Carolina Tulane 13; Ole Miss Tulane 34; Vanderbilt Tulane 14; Alabama Tulane 45; N. Y. U Tulane 0; L. S. U 10 6 20 14 19 19 [258] Tulane ERREST BLflnDin After paqes of type, numerous pictures, and reanns of paper had been used to express the united opinion of all who saw him, Ernie Blandin has proven himself an even greater All- American because he is the same quiet, modest boy that he was before he had convinced any • flLL-flmERicfln fan of his greatness. Throughout the years that he has been here at school, he has endeared himself to all who have been fortunate enough to know him, and he has gained the respect of his team-mates, class-mates, professors, and fans. [259] p ct t fl D m I n The athletics for the year 1941-42 was, with one or two exceptions, very disappointing due to the lack of experienced material. However, a change in the coach- ing staff and teams with a year ' s experience make the prospects for next year somewhat brighter. After a brilliant start, the football team turned out to be a hot and cold team, probably the biggest dis- appointment of the year. At the end of the season, we had won five, lost four. The basketball squad, without the services of a single letterman, took a very extensive road trip at the begin- ning of the season. On the road and at home, the Greenies were usually on the short end of the score. hHowever, they played some very spectacular ball, nearly always losing in the last few minutes when the experience of the opponents seemed to come through. Since the squad consists mostly of sophomores, future prospects Qre very bright. I S T R fl T I n The story Is the same for the track team, with only one or two lettermen out. hHowever, some good material was discovered that can be developed. The one bright spot of the season was the tennis team. Led by Billy McGehee and Lou Schopfer, the boys won all matches. After that, they went to Nashville and won the Conference Championship, which Tulane seems destined to win for the next several years because of the wealth of tennis material. The baseball team, under the direction of " Little Monk " Simons, displayed a good deal of spirit in win- ning over half of their games. The golf team was only mediocre, losing all of their matches. The program of physical training for everyone was developed by Coach Cakes, who had installed an " obstacle course. " CHARLES RUCKER Assistant Coach " LITTLE MONK " SIMONS Backfield Coach " LEFTY " HAYNES End Coach f Ih C©A€IHIHSf ' Da ref ' s a bum " — or " We wui robbed. " [262] Tulane played its first season in 1941 under an all-alunnni coaching staff. This staff, headed by Lowell P. " Red " Dawson, included: Claude " Little Monk " Simons, Jr., backfield; Charles Ruclcer, line; Vernon " Lefty " Haynes. ends; Thonnas O ' Boyle, assistant line; Pete Malhles, Redshirts; Robert " Jitterbug " Kellogg, freshmen: and Carl Dailey and Fred Cassibry assistants to Maihles and Kellogg. This was a well-balanced staff, and in spite of an unsuccessful season, their good work was apparent. The addi- tion of Haynes as end coach definitely paid off in the brilliant work of Bill Hornick, Gordon English, Martv Comer, and Jay Rowland. The fine passing attack that the Wave used this season was due to the work of Simons and Haynes. Rucker developed Ernie Blandin into an almost unanimous All-American tackle. Jack Tittle, Walt McDonald, and Bob Glass were also named on many all-conference teams, and Larry Rice was named center by a wide margin on the all-conference sophomore team. The coaching staff turned out a woll-drilled, versatile team. " RED " DAWSON Head Coach TAFF ROBERT KELLOGG, Freshman Coach " BIS MONK " SIMONS, Trainer P 4 s B . 1 wL H TOMMY O ' BOYLE, Freshman Line Coach PETE MAILHE5, Assistant Coach t -? V ' 3Fx " Plufo " Wolbretfe leads " Bernie " Pracko through the Boston line. CAPTAIN PETE MANDICH Revenge is sweet and the Green Wave dipped deep in this one for a crushing 21-7 victory over the once potent Eagles of Boston College. The Greenies showed terrific power in subduing the Sugar Bowl champs, and completely out-played them. Sparked by Bubber Ely, Lou Thomas, Bob Glass, Walt McDonald, Gordon English, and Harley McCollum the lads in Green seemed destined for big things. The Wave threw an electric shock into the crowd of 43,000 fans on the first play when, contrary to all expectations, they completed a forward pass for a neat gain. This pass was only a forerunner of things to come. Passing was to be the order of the day in this and succeeding games for at last Red Dawson had the material and coaching aid to develop a fine aerial attack. The great showing of the Greenies in this opening game raised the hopes of all Wave supporters, but unfortunately these rabid rooters were unable to divine the future. Sadder tales were to be written. Giving another display of power and versatility, the mighty Green Wave routed Auburn ' s Plainsmen in an impressive 32-0 win. The Greenie linemen almost stole the show from the more spectacular backs. Jack The business end of a shovel pass. THE T U L fl n E TEA PflRTV on Tittle, guard; Ernie Blandin, Charlie Dufour, tackles; and Bill Hornicl;, end, were outstanding. The Wave ran and passed the Plainsmen dizzy. Lou Thomas, Walt McDonald, Bubber Ely, and Bob Glass led the Greenle offense. McDon- ald repeated his pass-catching performance of the Boston College game, calling plays well and turning in top-notch performances at blocking and tackling. The Plainsmen ' s chief weapon, or at least the only effective weapon they had in this game, was some beautiful spot-kicking by " Monk " Gaf- ford. Auburn as usual had a fighting team that wouldn ' t quit trying, but in this game they were completely outclassed by a Green Wave team that played a superlative game. Once more revenge was sv cet for the Greenies. " Moon " Mulllns snags a high one. TULOnE ' S GflmE ROMAN BENTZ, Tackle JULIAN BRIGNAC. Halfback RUDY BITTMAN, Guard MARTY COMER, End Just before our first score. Disaster struck with a heavy hand. The mighty Wave was humbled by the Rice Owl. The Wave showed up as superior in the statistics, having about a three to one edge on the Owls, but the scoreboard read Rice 10, Tu- lane 9. Lady Luck put on her long black gown and sat on the Rice bench while her step-sister, all dolled up in the role of a vamp, came over to bewitch the Greenies. Miss Fate really gave the lads a going over beginning with a fumble at the beginning of the game on the Rice 6-yard line. Chief factor in the Wave defeat was the great quick- kicking of the Owls. " Stoop " Dickson and Bob Brumley of the Owls were shining lights for their team, Dickson doing most of the kicking. Scoring for the Greenies were Bob Glass who made a 52-yard run and then three plays ice . . . CHARLES DUPOUR. Tackle JAMES ELY, Halfback OUR FIRST UPSET BUT UJ£ BROUGHT Home some rice for our jflmBRLRVR An extra point for Tulane. Rice end bags a long pass. later drove over for the lone touchdown, and Charley Dufour v ho blocked a Rice punt for a safety. Outstand- ing for the Wave besides Glass and Dufour were Ernie Blandin, Jack Tittle, Jimmy Thibaut, and Lou Thomas. The great had fallen, and North Carolina ' s Tarheels were next. The mighty Green Wave hit its peak in this one. The sons of Tulane could do no wrong. With Lou Thomas starting the fireworks by returning the opening kick-off 102 yards for a touchdown, the Greenies were off on a scoring spree to drown the once mighty Tar hleels, 52-6. This was a day for the Tulane left halfbacks. Thomas, besides the opening score, romped home three more times, and threw a pass to Walt McDonald for a fifth marker. Bubber Ely took the only other Tar hieel kick-off, the one following their lone score, and racked up a six- point marker after a beautiful 97-yard run. Bob Glass also scored one to make it a perfect day for the left halfbacks. Besides their scoring sprees, these boys turned in brilliant performances, and Lou was the best man on the field for the day. Close behind for starring roles were big Walt McDon- ald, one of the greatest Tulane quarterbacks of all time; " Wild Bill " Hornick, who turned in an All-American per- formance at end; and Jack Tittle, a running guard, who blocked with precision and deadly power. Seldom has a Green Wave team risen to such a peak, for these Tar hleels were not easy. The Greenies literally exploded, and the fragments of Tar Heels could not stop the terrific power and passing game that was turned loose against them. This was a game that Wave fans would long remember and talk about. [267] CM m I CD U noR Lou Thomas blocks Carolina drive. Brignac starting on long run. GORDON ENGLISH. End ?OB GLASS, Halfback Ole miss ujins " Too many hands . , Bob Glass breaking into the open for a first The Rebels of Ole Miss came down to hand Tulane Its second defeat of the year and to mar the Greenle home- coming. The Wave played a fine game but the fast and tricky Rebels were too much. Ole Miss won this revival of an old series by the score of 20-13 led by the touchdown twins of hiapes and hHovius with the able assistance of JacKie Flack. Junie hlovius scored on a 77-yard run; Jackie Flack romped 49 yards and Merle hiapes went over from the one-yard line after a sustained march of 80 yards. The Wave made its first score on a 44-yard pass from Lou Thomas to Walt McDonald; and the final Greenie marker came on a one- foot buck by Bob Glass after the Wave had driven 61 yards. Tulane, as usual, outplayed the Rebels and in between scores made several threats, but each time they were stopped. The Greenies were again led by the boys who were becoming consistently dependable, Walt McDonald, Lou Thomas, and Bob Glass in the backfield, and Ernie Blandin, Jack Tittle, and Larry Rice In the line. This was just a smart, fast, and tricky Rebel squad play- ing heads-up ball while the Greenies let down a little and could not seem to muster the punch necessary to cross [269] TOM GLASS, Quarterback BOB GRUSH, Quarterback WILLIAM HORNICK. End VIC KLEIN. Tackle the final stripe. The Greenie backers looked forward to untied, unbeaten Vanderbilt. Surging back to the form that had given them a smash- ing victory over Carolina, the Greenies swept over the Vanderbilt Commodores to remove those highly esteemed gentlemen from the ranks of gridiron greatness by a score of 34- M. For the first time, this edition of the Green Wave showed that they could come from behind, when Vanderbilt had swept down the field on a beautifully exe- cuted drive for first score in the first five minutes of play. Sparked by Bob Glass and two previously obscure right halfbacks, Johnny Sims and St. John Smith, Tulane roared back to score five times. Three of these scores were the culmination of long drives, and two came on short drives. Walt McDonald, turning in a game that placed him among Tulane ' s football immortals, called his plays like a true veteran quarterback. His blocking was as fine as wa s ever seen on Dudley Field in Nashville. To top off his performance. Big Mac caught two beautiful touchdown passes. Also outstanding in this mighty display of power and versatility were Bernie Pracko at fullback, Bill hHornick at end, and Jack Tittle and Henri Wolbrette at guards. The Greenies on this day were insurpassable and played the kind of game that coaches dream about. The greatest in-and-out team in the nation was definitely " in, " and the Green Wave became a tropical heat wave. The fol- lowers of the Olive and Blue were hopeful for the follow- ing week-end when the Wave would have to meet the mighty Crimson Tide of Alabama. If the Wave should be up, the fans knew they couldn ' t be taken. In one of the finest football games that fans of the Southland have ever seen, and one that broke a Southern attendance record, the Crimson Tide of Alabama handed 34-1 4 Tumne trouiices " Time out! " Vandy ' s classy maJoreHes. 1 t270] HARLEY McCOLl.UM. Tackle ■MM iSKT ' ll WALTER McDonald, Quarterback VaH etl ilt Commodores recover Greenle fumble. Praclto on a reverse around end for eight yards. the Green Wave its third defeat of the season. Trailing in the last five minutes to play, the boys from the Cap- stone drove down to a touchdown that gave them a 19-14 victory. The only mar to an otherwise near-perfect game was a bad piece of officiating on this final drive when Jimmy Nelson, ' Bama ' s highly rated back, intention- ally threw the ball away on an attempted pass because he was trapped. The penalty for this offense was not called, and the Tide went on to score. Johnny Sims, Wave right halfback, was the most con- sistent ground gainer of the day with a remarkable 5.1- yard average in twelve tries at lugging the leather. Nelson, on the same number of tries, netted only eight yards, for an average of .7 yard. The Greenies scored on two brilliant passes, and came within a hair of scoring twice more by the same method. Both teams played well, and 53,000 fans went home thor- oughly convinced that they had seen two of the nation ' s finest elevens in action. Other outstanding men for the Greenies in this battle were Ernie Blandin, Walt McDonald, Jack Tittle, Bob Glass, Lou Thomas, Bill h-lornick, and Sims, who was un- stoppable. The Wave, determined to keep up their fine play, moved on to Gotham for the game with New York University. [271] VVa ' ie " 3 VaW -(•lie. ' :i « " A well-earned rest. The Green Wave romped to a 45-0 victory over the Violets of New York University be- fore 8,100 spectators in the Yankee Stadium. The hap- less Violets were never in the ball game and Coach Dawson did everything to keep the score down. Tulane ' s two great left halfbacks added another chap- ter to their duel. Bob Glass and Lou Thomas, neck and neck in performance all season, sparked the Wave again THE UlflUE Cnn ' T TURn THE BERNARD PRACKO, Fullback LAWRENCE RICE, Center JAY ROWLAND, End C272] JOHN SIMS, Halfback ST. JOHN SMITH, Halfback Bob Glass kicks out of danger from behind own goal line. Johnny Sims rips through the Tigers. OUR GflmE UIITH THE TIGERS " Lemme a " m. " i. ST. n. JAMES THIBAUT, Fullback LOU THOMAS, Halfback in this fray. Thomas showed some more of his great run- ning form by breaking loose for long gains. Walt Mc- Donald also had a great day, and two second string ends turned in fine games, Marty Comer and Jay Rowland. With the Violets using a nine-man line to stop the Greenies ' powerful running attack, the lads in Green re- sorted to their well-developed passing game to score almost at will. The crowd was disappointingly small, but the Greenies were warming up for their forth-coming L. S. U. battle. hard. Probably they were trying too hard. Nothing would go right for the Green. Passes to McDonald that had clicked all year were broken up by Tiger center Bernie Lipkis who stuck with Mac every time he crossed the line of scrimmage. This reverse for the Wave kept up the in-and-out rec- ord that started after the two consecutive victories over Boston and Auburn. There were four afternoons during this season when the power and versatility of the Greenies would not click, and this was one of those days. Walt Smith gets off a beauty. This was the heart-breaking climax to a heart-breaking season. For the first time the 1941 Green Wave was out- played. The Bayou Bengals came down from Tigertown as high as any football team could be. The Wave, out to avenge last year ' s defeat, was highly favored, but for once the bookies were wrong, to the tune of 19-0. The Tigers played the finest game they played all sea- son. Everything they did was right. The Greenies fought McDonald, Lou Thomas, Bob Glass, Ernie Blandin, and Charley Dufour turned in their consistently goo d games. Of these boys, Lou and Walt had another year of eligi- bility ahead. Bob Glass, Blandin, Dufour, Jimmy Thibaut, Captain Pete Mandich, hiarley McCollum, Jack Tittle, St. John Smith, and hiarold Muilin played their last game for the Wave against the Tiger, and Tom Glass, out with a broken jaw, had already played his final time. MANUEL THOMAS. Guard JACK TITTLE, Guard HENRI WOLBREHE, Guard [275] HENRY WORNER. Manager CAPTAIN KEN McWILLlAMS Stolen catches the rebound. Sa ketl all • • For the first time in years, we saw the Tulane basketball squad get out on that court and make some of the best teams in the business quake at least for a while. The Greenies were playing the best basketball that they knew how to play, and the spec- tators were very pleased to see some real games for a change. The lot of the Wave was hard, however, because captain Kent WALTER McDonald, Guard LOU THOMAS, Forward McWilliams got to play in only the first few games and was laid up for the rest of the year. The cagers in green did have a losing season, but the fact that they lost every game by such a small margin proves how wide awake they were. Outstanding play during the season was seen from McWilliams, Bob Duffy, who broke the Tulane scoring record, Malcolm Peters, Walt McDonald, and Lou Thomas. r BOB DUFFY, Center MALCOLM PETERS, Guard Kneeling: Coach Simons, Captain McWilliams. Standing: McLain, McDonald, Weber, Wheeler, Duffy, Bonisteel. Peters, Hart, and Thomas. ' ? lSf iC u J ■r: ,J ■nx y.-mf Tulane gets the tip-off against the Rebels. Tulane Tulane Tulane Tulane Tulane Tulane 25; vs. Mississippi State Tulane 27; vs. Ole Miss . . . Tulane Tulane BOX SCORE . 33; vs. Seton Hall 52 . 32; vs. University of Baltimore 35 . 46; vs. Scranton 39 . 33; vs. Alabama 42 . 27; vs. Alabama 36 28 2! 36; vs. Ole Miss 30 31; vs. Mississippi State 32 Tulane 43; vs. Georgia Tech. Tulane 46; vs. L S. U. . . 52 5! Tulane 49; vs. L S. U 50 Tulane 50; vs. Auburn 41 Tulane 44; vs. L S. U 48 Tulc 26; vs. L. S. U. 37 [278] JOE CIES, Guard LOUIS BLANDA. Forward MIKE WHEELER, Center DUFFY BREAKS TULANE SCORING RECORD Duffy drops one for fhe Wave. ROSCOE BONISTEEL, Forward JOE GOLDBERG, Manager THE CnmPUS COURTSTERS The Tulane Tennis Team was represented by two sophomores and three juniors, and played like seasoned seniors to finish the season by an- nexing the Conference Championship. The Wave netters, lead by Bill McGee and Captain Roy Bartlett, withstood the gruelling schedule that Coach Pare had made for them (X ' cCf and came away with a clean slate. Helping these two win every match were Lou Schopfer, Mel Schwartzmann, and Luckett Yawn. During the course of the season, the Greenies conquered such teams as Vanderbilt, Alabama, Princeton, Rice, Texas, Georgia, and L. S. U. In winning the Conference Championship, the Wave won third and fourth places in the " A " singles and first place in the " A " doubles. In the " B " department Greenies won first and sec- ond places in the singles and first place in the doubles. LOU SCHOPFER. No. 2 Position [280] MEL SCHWARTZMAN. No. 3 Position H-X, t AL BODNEY Clean-up man in the lineup a e The Wave Nine came up with a better season than they had experienced in some time. They won over half of their ball games, and some of the sopho- more talent looked like they would produce a good brand of bail in the coming years. VIRGIL WHEELER Center fielder and slugger Strike!!! FRED BREKKE, Catcher . irsi 9 S i $ 4 IW , The Varsity Squad looks p.-c-tty for their picture. Sparked by such stellar lights as Albert Bodney, Fred Brekke, Cy Corbin, Sidney Crochet, Virgil Wheeler, and Edward Cellos, the Wave produced a fast and spirited teann. T 1 3. —■ i ■ t, _rr:? i _« B K i ' ' ; lwlk : mf pig « 4tt ' «MH i. ' :iK o P :n m niiimrnS Another Tiger strikes out. SID CROCHET, Pitcher PAUL ALEMANDI, Catcher [283 1 ED CELLOS. Second baseman ' , Rip and Roman getting pointers from an " Old Hand, " yulaHe 6 Ttack Coach Oakes talks it over with the boys. The Tulane track team had one of its poorest seasons in years. The Greenie tracksters participated in three dual meets and were decisively beaten in each one. Alabama handed the Greenies their first defeat in a meet held at Tuscaloosa, 83-35. In this meet the Wave won only four firsts. Monroe, Maunsell, McGee, and Collins accounted for a majority of the Wave ' s points. Ole Miss ran over the Wave, 79-49. Dave Monroe turned in another fine performance. Dave won the mile and two-mile runs which made him high-point man for the Greenies. In their final dual meet of the year, the Greenies were soundly whipped by the Bayou Tigers. Billy Brown was the high-point man of the meet, with thirteen points. Monroe won the mile run. Collins and Bentz gave a good account of themselves in the weight events. The Greenies finished in seventh place in the S. E. C. meet at Birmingham, with 12 1-2 points. Rip Collins, Stewart Maunsell, Roman Bentz and Dave Monroe ac- counted for the Wave ' s points. Up and over with an onlooker. The team and its coaches. Coach Turpie and his boys. HARRY DEAS The Greenies participated In their first dual match of the year with L. S. U. at New Orleans. Led by Lee Ramsel, the Tigers crushed the Wave, 15-3. In a return match played at the end of the season on the L. S. U. links, the Tigers once again decisively beat the Wave, 15 1-2 — 2 1-2. In their next match the Wave was beaten by Ole Miss, I I 1-2—2 1-2. J. C. Rolfs playing In the No. 4 position, defeated Al Gardner which accounted for the squad ' s first Intercollegiate victory of the year. The team finally hit Its stride against Vander- bllt. In a match played at Athens, Ga., the Greenie llnksmen trimmed the Commodores in decisive fashion. The entire Greenie squad, which was composed of Don O ' Neil, hlarry Deas, Ellis Woodward, and J. C. Rolfs, showed a great deal of possibility in this match. DON O ' NEIL ELLIS WOODWARD JOHN ROLFS . JL. I m% MEMBERS George McCaskey, Ray Perine. Jay Fanz, Ross Kimball, William Owen, Theo Harvey. Ben Dart, Louis McL. Williams, Tim Grain, Jack Prifchard, Lloyd Fremaux, Lucke+t Yawn. council EMMETT PARE. Faculty Adviser STAFF JAMES LUCKETT YAWN, JR Director LLOYD FREMEAUX Assistant Director J. EMMETT PARE Supervisor The purpose of the Intramural Council is to encourage the entire male student body to participate in organized athletics, and also to encourage participation in whole- some, active, and healthful recreation. The Council has therefore organized and promoted com- petition between individuals and groups of students, and has fostered the spirit of fair play and sportsmanship between participants and spectators. SPORTS Strike one on a professor. Sophs win fhe fug-o-war for the first time in years. A. S.-Med touch football game . A. ' s battle. . Engineers and B. B. Intramural sports during the past school year have been varied more than ever before. In consequence of this, more students than ever before participated in the pro- gram- Football, basketball, soccer, softball, tennis, track, and handball were the most popular in the intramural competi- tions while horseshoes, freethrow, bridge, chess, and checkers catered to less contestants but saw just as keen competition. The good work of the Intramural Council is realized by the tremendous response to the call for competition in all of the tournaments that they introduce. - " -nmi ( ' bV Vm ►sssHI ishb..! iMt M fet T»y- ' ' ' i " ' jr H Pitching (horseshoes). - RS ' x M No splinters here. The Dean strikes. inTRflmURflLS A drip and a drizzle ... A toss-up . . . ???? . . . Through the air in desperation. Modern daughters of old Bill Tell. . A lady ' s dive, the bird. From one dive to another. . . . Swatting ATHLETICS A kick in the pool. Old Bill Tell ' s daughters (front view). A stab in the heart. Figures on the floor . , . Two Iclnds of figures in the water. Shooting the sky. Newcomb ' s well equipped department of physical education offers a variety of sports in a year round program. All freshmen must take the prescribed athletic courses, continuing with one elective through their junior year. Each year there is interclass competition in basketball, hockey, and swimming. For trophies in archery, tennis, bowling, badminton, ping-pong, shuffleboard, fencing, and deck tennis a spring tournament is held. There are also classes in folk, tap, and modern danc- ing culminating in the dancing classes ' annual May Day Pageant. Gym Night annually displays the stars of fencing, tumbling, apparatus work, and Danish gymnastics. Practicing proposals. Asleep in the deep. THIS SECTION CDIVTAIIVS A RECORD OF THE HDIVDRARY FRATER- NITIES AlVD ORGANIZATIONS WHICH GIVE THE STUHENI MEMHERS A CLOSER CONTACT IN OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES-ALL OF WHICH COMES UNDER THE HEAH OF (iM Q ' CC lXWtio A mu ' ni ' i • ■ -i -i 7 K i H- J PHI BETA KAPPA ALPHA OF LOUISIANA CHAPTER • Founded at the College of William and Mary; Tulane Chapter organized 1909. OFFICERS ROSE L. MOONEY President GRAYDON W. REGENOS . . . Vice-President SUSAN D. TEW Secretary-Treasurer • ELECTED, 1941: Emile Bertrand Ader; John Jacob Baehr, Jr.; Fer- nand Joseph Dastugue, Jr.; Elizabeth de Bolle Dixon; Ethelyn Bringier Everett; Jacob Faust, Jr.; Edward Davis Finley; Ira Brown Harkey, Jr.; Mary Jane Hutson; Rodney Clifton Jung; Jerome Bertram Katz; William Walter Leake, Jr.; Evelyn Thompson Lowe; Conrad Meyer, III; Leonard John Peters; Nadine Esther Roy; Beryl Mildred Roy; Hilda Rose Schneider; Harry Shepard, Jr.; Elizabeth Shoaf; Louise Harrison Stollen- werck; Mary Agnes Sullivan; Theodore Wall Thompson; Walter Chilling- worth Thompson. BETA GAMMA SIGMA 1 o FACULTY MEMBERS: Marvin J. Barloon, L. J. Buchan, Robert W. Elsasser, F. Santry Reed, Ross M. Trump, Jay C. Van Kirk. • STUDENT MEMBERS: John P. Barnes, Myron Burnstein, C. Douglas Gulley, Seymore J. Harris, Peter M. Pelligrini, Leonard M. Stern, Jr., Agnes Betty Strachan. • HONORARY MEMBERS: F. P. Hagar an, E. Davis Mc- Cutchin, Leon Charles Simon. ALPHA CHAPTER OF LOUISIANA • National Honorary Commerce Fraternity. Founded at the University of Wisconsin and the University of Illinois, in 1913. In- stalled at Tulane in 1926. [294] ORDER DF THE EDIF • STUDENT MEMBERS ELECTED 1941-1942: John W. Anthony, George B. Matthews, Kaliste J. Saloom, Jr., William Stein, Jr. • HONORARY MEMBERS: Joseph W. Carroll, Victory Leovy, J. Blanc Monroe, Other C. Mouton, Charles A. O ' Neil, Chief Justice, Louisiana Supreme Court; Esmond Phelps, Charles Rosen, Horace B. White. • FACULTY MEMBERS: Paul Brosman, Wood Brown. Charles E. Dunbar. Jr., Robert J. Farley, William R. Forrester, Rufus E. Foster, Mitchell FranMln, Rufus C. Harris, Judge George Janvier. Samuel Lang, Monte M. Lemann, Sumter D. Marks, Jr.. James J. Morrison, Clarence J. Morrow, Eugene A. Nabors, Ferdinand F. Stone, Walter J. Suthon. Jr., Rene A. VIosca, Judge William W. Westerfleld, George A. Wilson, John M. Wisdom. • ALUMNI MEMBERS: St. Clair Adams, Jr., Ellis Barnes, Fred Bronfin, Edmund N. Cahn, E. B. Charbonnet, Jr.. Murray F. Cleveland, Fernando J. Cuquet, Jr., C. GIraud Davidson, James J. Davidson, Jr., Moise W. Dennery, Edward Dubulsson, Allain de C. Favrot, Robert E, Friedman, David Gertler. Leon S. Haas, Jr., John W. Harrell, Charles M. Horton, Jr., Leon D. Hubert, Jr., Charles Janvier, Nathanial B. Knight, Jr., Abe. B. Kupperman, Hubert A. Lafarque, Austin W. Lewis, Harry McCall, Jr., Hugh McCloskey, Joseph J. McCloskey, Jr., James D. McNeill, Bessie Margolin, Charles D, Marshall, Fontaine Martin, Jr., Kalfors K. Mlazza, A. Dallam O ' Brien, Jr., John E. Parker, Ashton Phelps, Joseph J. PIccIone, Keith M. Pyburn, Alexander E. Ralston, Jr., Mervin H. RIseman, Leonard H. Rosenson, L. Julius Samuel. Marjorle J. Smith, George M. Snellings, Jr., Molse S. Steeg, Jr., John R. Stewart, Charles Tiche, Arthur C. Watson. Robert Welnstein, William W. Wester- fleld, Jr., Morris Wright. Fred Zengel. • The Order of the Coif is the oldest na- tional honor legal society organized for the recognition and advancement of high standards of scholarship in law. The Tu- lane Chapter installed in 1931. ETA SIGMA PHI • National Honorary Classical Fraternity. ALPHA CHI CHAPTER Established at Tulane in 1936. Founded at University of Chicago. Purpose: To foster the study of the ancient classics; to en- hance the appreciation of Greek and Ro- man culture and to promote good will and friendship among classical students. OFFICERS MIRIAM WILD Prytanis JOSEPH MARCHESE Grammateus ANNA MANGIARACINA .... Chrysophylax ATHALIE GENERES Pyloros • MEMBERS IN FACULTATE: May A. Allen, Russel M. Geer, Ernest Riedel, Graydon W. Regenos, Mary A. Sollmann, Jane McCanless, Gloria Monninger, Benjamin A. Petty, Irene Pfaff, Beulah Sterbcov , Miriam Wild. 9 IN UNIVERSITATE: Georgette C. Coleman, hielen Eble, Louise Ellison, Beatrice Field, Athaiie Generes, Mason Gilfoil, Thaia Leopold, Anna Mangiaracina, George Marks. • HONORARY MEMBERS: Louise Friedrichs. Mary Stevens. • RESIDENT MEMBERS: Dorothy Beckemeyer, Eleanor Bentiey, Merce- des Vulliet Bonner, Amelia Plant Clark, Willomette A. Colley, Leia Moyer Crav ford, Joseph Marchese, Mary Pearce, Jean Till, Annie M. Goldenberg Welsch. [295] • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Robert C. Ball, Thomas O. Bell, Gary J. Ellis, Jr., James P. Ewin, Jr., Edward D. Finley, Maunsel W. Hickey, ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER S+ewart J. Kepper. Second Row: Joe H. Kirby, . Jr., Pete Mandich, Conrad Meyer, III, William B. Monroe, Jr., Charles A. Patterson, A. Lane Plauche, Walter D. Shepard, Leonard M. Stern, Jr. Not i in Panel: Julian P. Freret, Theodore W. Thompson, Walter C. Thompson. HMICHDIV DELTA • Founded at Washington and Lee in 1914. Estab- Jl I " " fl lishedatTulanein 1930. [296] . • IN FACULTATE: Ernest J. Angelo, James A. Cronvich, Donald Derickson, A. Lee Dunlap, J. A. Gers+er, Arthur M. Hill, J. K. Mayer, Robert L. Menuet, C. B. Norrls, C. W. Ricker, Jannes M. Robert, M. D. Ross, Erich R. Stephen, Francis M. Taylor, C. S. Williamson, Jr., M. G. Zervigon. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Martin S. Baer, Hal C. Becker, Ralph E. Blake. Second Row: John D. Bruns, Theodore W. Dietze, Stanley G. Dinkel. Third Row: Faurie E. Ferchaud, Irwin Frankel, Chris- topher P. Gadsden. Fourth Row: Arthur W. Good- win, John M. Miazza, John R. Tusson. • Established at Tulane in 1936. Founded at Le- high University in 1885. To mark in a fitting man- ner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and ex- emplary character as undergraduates in Engineer- ing, or by attainments as alumni in the field of Engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the Engineering colleges of America. TAU BETA PI LOUISIANA BETA CHAPTER ( I - -W " Ji-V . « ' ii [2973 OFFICERS MARY SUE STRAHAN President CAROLYN ROBBERT Secretary-Treasurer • MEMBERS: Louise Nslson, Carolyn Robbert, Louise Patterson Stites, Mary Sue Strahan, Louise Trimble. • Honorary Senior Fraternity for the purpose of promoting college and class spirit and governing freshmen until their election. ALPHA SIGMA SIGMA U98J • MEMBERS ELECTED IN 1938: John P. Adams, Robert Blum, Abe B. Kupperman, Ray H. Miller, Alvin G. Monfgomery, William M. Payne, Homer M. Rankin, Joseph Riorda, Ernest M. Sutter. KAPPA DELTA P H I • MEMBERS ELECTED IN 1939: Joe L. Abrams, Dr. Morton A. Aldrich, Allain deC. Favrot, Joe - . Kirby, Jr., Paul G. Krueger, Charles W. Nelson, Einar N. Pederson, Wilbur Ford Reese, Mervin - . Riseman, Bascom D. Talley, William W. Young. • MEMBERS ELECTED IN 1940: Jack A. Bome- mann, Edward D. FInley, Claude Groves, J. hiarvey Johnston, Sabin Landry, A. C. Martin, Jr., E. B. Martin, Jr., James R. Morrell, R. Prosser Morrow, Jr., James M. Robert, George Schneider. PW— Pi Ellis, Ewin, Finley, KIrby, Mandich. • MEMBERS ELECTED IN 1941: Pat F. Bass, Carey Ellis, James P. Ewin, Quin Gautier, Richard Lipscomb, hHerman Loeb, Peter Mandich, Clarence J. Morrow. • 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 during their university careers. 1299] OFFICERS DR. LLOYD HANCKES President DR. EARL ZOLLICOFFER BROWNE Vice-President DR. ALTON OCHNER Counsellor DR. MICHAEL DeBAKEY Secretary-Treasurer • HONORARY FACULTY MEMBER: Dr. Wilbur C. Smith, Professor of Gross Anatomy. • MEMBERS ELECTED FROM THE CLASS OF 1942, First Row: Robert Armstead Carsley, Rudolph Matas Landry, James Cobb Mills, Lillian Ethel Robinson, William Click Robinson, Joseph Vincent Schlosser. Second Row: Jack STARS AND BARS CHAPTER (To be worthy to serve the suffering) ' - ' ( ALP ALP HA HA D ME G A hlamblen Simons, Victor Emmanuel Tedesco, Henry Harding Tift, William Newton Valentine, James Wise Wiggins, Mar- tin Moses Ziskind. • 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 leads 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 com- fort, to the old a memory 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 honest of method and effort, with the blessing of an Alma Mater upon each who be ars 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! [300] - - f u ,Jf , j Bj D W L CLUB 7 -«. ■■ BS ' ' - " - ..-. .MH _ ,— . » 1 sy „___ ™___ __________ OFFICERS WOODROW W. LOVELL President T. HART BAKER Vice-President JAMES A. CHAMBERLIN Treasurer WILLIAM M. SHERRILL Secretary [3011 • MEMBERS, First Row: Joseph T. AInsworth, ' 42; Jesse W. Austin, ' 42; Frank J. Baird, ' 42. Second Row: T. Hart Baker, ' 42; Robert C. Ball, ' 42; Joseph B. Callahan, ' 42. Third Row: Claude G. Callender, ' 42; Robert A. Carsley, ' 42; James A. Channberlin, ' 42. Fourth Row: Charles W. Crunnpton, ' 42; V. Arthur Davidson, Jr., ' 42; John W. Dodson, Jr., ' 42. Fifth Row: Ben P. Evans, ' 42; William I. Hunt, ' 42; Rudolph M. Landry, ' 42; Woodrow W. Lovell, ' 42. Sixth Row: James T. McQuitty, ' 42; Charles A. Pat- terson, ' 42; William M. Sherrill, ' 42; hHenry - . Tift, Jr., ' 42. Seventh Row: William N. Valentine, ' 42; William B. Virgin, ' 42; James W. Wiggins, ' 42; Mortom M. Zlskind, ' 42. • Founded at Tulane in 1921. Purpose: For the promotion of higher standards in the School of Medicine. OFFICERS WALTER TRAUTMAN, JR President JOSEPH V. SCHLOSSER Vice-President WILLIAM B. STANTON Secretary J. W. OVERSTREET, JR Corresponding Secretary M. B. HARTHCOCK, JR Treasurer • HONORARY MEMBERS: Dr. A. E. Fossier, Dr. A. Levin- son, Dr. Rudolph Matas, Dr. H. E. Sigerist. • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: Dr. Elizabeth Bass, Dr. C. C. Bass, Dr. C. G. Collins, Dr. Harold Cummins, Dr. E. C. Faust, Dr. Maxwell Lapham, Dr. H. S. Mayerson, Dr. J. H. Musser, Dr. Alton Ochsner, Dr. I. L. Robbins, Dr. Willi Sawitz, Dr. E. P. Thomas, Dr. Roy H. Turner, Dr. B. B. Wein- stein. • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: W. M. Allums, H. J. Amsterdam, H. Q. Appleby, T. H. Baker, R. C. Ball, W. P. Batson, J. L. Booth, H. L. Boyd, H. Broadhead, E. W. Carrigan, Jr., S. Chessid. Second Row: C. W. Crumpton, B. Cunningham, J. W. Dodson, M. E. Fischman, W. D. Futch, HISTORY DF MEDICIIVE SOCIETY B. C. Garrett, Jr., P. P. Gilchrist, J. R. Glover, L C. Ham- ilton, M. B. Harthcock, Jr., W. C. Hearin, Jr. Third Row: W. C. Heibner, W. I. Hunt, G. Jaffe, L K. Knapp, W. W. Kyle, N. C. Lafleur, R. M. Landry, H. Laurens, Jr., J. Laurens, M. J. Lee, Jr., R. L. McCarty. Fourth Row: L. R. Murphree, R. E. Nicholson, J. W. Overstreet, C. A. Patterson, C. S. Prosser, Jr., W. P. Ramey, C. A. Rich, J. G. Riddler, E. W. Robinson, R. Ross, Jr., A. Royal. Fifth Row: J. V. Schlosser, G. T. Schneider, E. R. Shapard, Jr., H. H. Tift, W. Traut- man, Jr., W. N. Valentine, D. H. Varn, Jr., G. I. Walker, J. Wiener, C. M. Wilson, M. M. Ziskind. Not In Panel: B. M. Ahschuler, R. C. Bethea, N. R. Black, D. Dabbs, Jr., R. D. Dyer, R. L Ellis, J. K. Griffith, Jr., M. Mallory, Jr., M. P. McCaskill, Jr., J. R. Mighell, 111, E. L. Posey, Jr., F. A. Siegman, R. C. Smith, W. B. Stanton, J. B. Trible, H. H. Wagenheim, T. Whitecloud, J. F. Whitman. o Member of the American Association of History of Medi- cine. 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 traditions of the humanities in medicine. £302) OFFICERS MALCOLM W. MONROE Magister EDWARD P. MUNSON, JR Exchequer STEWART J. KEPPER Clerk GEORGE B. MATTHEWS Historian • FRATRES IN FACULTATE: S. Wood Brown, Jr., Robert J. Farley, W. Ray Forrester, Sumter D. Marks, Jr., Clarence J. Morrow, Eugene A. Nabors, Ferd F. Stone, Walter J. Suthon, Jr. PHI DELTA PHI LOCAL CHAPTER WHITE INN • FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Thomas O. Bell, ' 42; James N. Erwin, ' 43; Warren Graves, ' 42. Second Row: Ford W. Hall, ' 43; Stewart J. Kepper, ' 42; George B. Matthews, ' 42. Third Row: Malcolm W. Monroe, ' 42; Edward P. Munson, Jr., ' 42; Patrick C. Murphy, ' 43. Fourth Row: Frank Voelker, Jr., ' 43; William B. Walt, ' 42; James Wil- kinson, III, ' 42. Not in Panel: hloward B. Gist, Jr., ' 42; William E. Greenlees, ' 42; Robert B. Oliver, ' 43. • Founded at Michigan In year of 1869. Estab- lished at Tulane In 1911. Sixty-two active chapters. Colors: Claret Red and Pearl Blue. Flower: Jacque- minot Rose. Purpose: To promote a higher stand- ard of professional ethics and culture In this and other law schools and In the profession at large. [303] OFFICERS KALISTE J. SALOOM, JR President GEORGE J. CHAMPAGNE, JR Secretary CLARENCE J. MORROW Faculty Adviser • FACULTY MEMBERS, Mitchell Franklin, Leonard Oppenheim. STUDENT MEMBERS, First Row: Edward K. Alexander, James W. Bean, Thomas O. Bell. Second Row: Lloyd P. Boutte, George J. Champagne, Jr.; William Church. Third Row: Charles J. DeBaillon, Jr., James N. Erwin, Jr., Ed- ward D. Finley. Fourth Rov : Ford W. Hall, Mal- colm W. Monroe, Kaliste J. Saloom, Jr., Andrew Zengel. Not in Panel: Paul McGill, Jr., William B. LA SDCIETE DU D H D I T CIVIL Wait, Marjorle Lynch, Allen R. Fontenot, Yoshinobu Kagawa, William B. Brown, Bruce Baird, Jr., Harold Marx, Francis R. Morton, Walter Thompson, Ber- nard Oppenheim. • 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 meetings are held at which papers are presented by members of the group, followed by general round- table discussion by 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. [304] OFFICERS JACK GORDON President SHEPARD PERRIN Vice-President MILTON F. HUBERT Secretary CHARLES W. FRANK Treasurer American Institute of Cliemical Engineers • MEMBERS, First Row: James Alderman, ' 44; Martin Baer, ' 42; William Barry, ' 44; Wortly Batty, ' 44; Ross Cahal, ' 44 Ben Catiin, ' 44; Robert Cole, ' 42; Lester Coleman, ' 43 Thomas Cregan, ' 43; George Crain, ' 42; Tim Crane, ' 42 Second Row: C. W. Cunningham, ' 44; George Davis, ' 44 Dennis Downey, ' 44; R. B. Dunwody, ' 43; Jack Pagan, ' 44 Thomas Feehan, ' 44; Curtis Fitzgerald, ' 43; hHarvey Fitz- patrick, ' 44; Arthur Foss, ' 45; Charles Frank, ' 43; Irwin Frankel, ' 42. Third Row: Pete Gadmer, ' 44; E. Gaiinnie, ' 44; A. W. Goodwin, ' 42; Jack Gordon, ' 42; John Halligan, ' 43; M. F. Hilbert, ' 42; Irby Isaacs, ' 43; Metz Kahn, ' 45; Esmond Keating, ' 42; John Kimzey, ' 45; Paul Koran, ' 43. Fourth Row: A. E. Labarre, ' 43; E. B. Levrich, ' 42; Ralph Levey, ' 44; J. D. Levine, ' 42; George Long, ' 44; A. B. Mc- Coard, ' 43; John McGraw, ' 44; J. P. McNair, ' 44; William Mod, ' 42; John Moser, ' 44; John Pastorek, ' 43. Fifth Row: S. F. Perrin, Jr., ' 42; John Pratt, ' 43; Herbert Purcell, ' 44; I. Rabenovitz, ' 42; Louis Robein, ' 43; John Roberts, ' 43; Dan Scharff, ' 45; Karl Schneidau, ' 44; Oscar Schneidau, ' 42; J. R. Tusson, ' 42; Dan Verges, ' 43. Not in Panel: Harrie Backes, ' 42; Arthur Bush, ' 44; E. Cousins, ' 44; Louis Frants, ' 43; Wiley Mossy, ' 43; Albert Moulin, ' 44; Clarence Reuther, ' 44; Edward Simon, ' 43; Jules Zatarain, ' 43. - ' T ' ». c • Established at Tulane in 1938. Founded at Philadelphia in 1908. Purpose: To encourage interest in the profession and to establish closer relations among Chemical Engineering students. miamm [305] OFFICERS STANLEY G. DINKEL Chairman CHRISTOPHER P. GADSDEN Vice-Chalrman ELLIS LEVIN Secretary NORMAN G. HAMM Treasurer • MEMBERS, Firsf Row: Walter Barna, Vernon Barrow, Har- old Becker, Jack Becker, John Bowen, John Bruns, Jr., hienry J. Bryer, Jr., Clyde J. Cucullu, Roy T. Cucullu. Second Row: Theodore W. Die+ze, Joseph DeLerno, Jr., Stanley G. Dinkel, Faurie E. Ferchaud, Christopher P. Gadsden, Fred- erick A. Giesennanri, E. C. Guillot, Jr., Norman G. Hamm, Edward G. Holmes. Third Row: William J. Jacobi, Eldrldge American Institute nf Electrical Engineers p. Jones, Jr., Norman Kauffmann, Ellis Levin, Maurice Levin, Allison Levy, Trist B. McConnell, James H. Miller, Jr., Robert E. Newlin. Fourth Row: Herbert O ' Donneli, Louis L. Pourciau, Roger M. Sanderford, Jr., John J. Shepard, Raymond Sherrard, Albert L. Soule, III, Charles E. Steidt- man, Jr., Harold A. Timkin, Jr. Not in Panel: Robert J. Fritz, Basil Lavitola, Robert E. LeBlanc, III, Roy W. Man- ning, Peter W. Many, Maurice B. O ' Neil, Jr. • Tulane University Branch. Established at Tulane in 1936. To advance knowledge of the theory and practice of elec- trical engineering and its sciences by supplementing the formal courses of instruction with the presentation of the technical papers and the visitation of points of engineering interest; and to bring the students in closer and professional and social contact with each other, with the faculty, and with practicing engineers. t306] OFFICERS WILLIAM O. HUDSON . President JOSEPH T. LEE Vice-President SANTOS V. SHIELDS Secretary NEILL P. JEFFREY Recording Secretary ROY E. JOHNSON Treasurer American Society of Civil Engineers imi j-- V N mm • MEMBERS, First Row: W. S. Adams, ' 44; E. A. Adey, ' 43; R. Bartley, ' 44; W. E. Douglas, Jr., ' 42. Second Row: H. Earl, ' 42; J. P. Ewin, ' 42; F. C. Fromherz, ' 43; W. S. Goldman, ' 42. Third Row: B. A. Grehan, ' 42; W. O. Hudson, II, ' 42; N. P. Jef- frey, ' 43; E. P. Johnson, Jr., ' 43. Fourth Row: R. E. Johnson, ' 43; O. V. LeBlanc, ' 44; J. T. Lee, ' 43; S. K. Manson, Jr., ' 42. Fifth Row: H. O ' Donnell, Jr., ' 43; F. M. Pennebaker, ' 43; L. Rosenbohm, ' 44; G. A. Seaver, ' 44. Sixth Row: S. V. Shields, ' 42; J. K. Simpson, ' 44; H. D. Solanas, ' 43; A. D. Stancllff, ' 43. Seventh Row: S. J. Stokes, ' 44; A. C. Waters, Jr., ' 43; R. E. Wheelahan, ' 43. Not in Panel: D. D. Davis, ' 44; W. E. Hansen, ' 44; J. Odlne, ' 44. • Established at Tulane In 1933. Founded at New York In 1852. Purpose: To develop a professional aspect In Civil Engineering students by offering them opportunities to become acquainted with practicing engineers and their work. [307] OFFICERS ARTHUR A. GRANT, JR Chairman WALTER J. VERLANDER Vice-Chalrman GEORGE MENEFEE Secretary WALLACE B. DIBOLL Treasurer N. L. BUCK Honorary Chairman ' ; American Snciety at Mechanical Engineers • MEMBERS, First Row: Albert A. Baltazar, Lester W. Ber- geron, Ralph Blake, John D. Bruns, John S. Burwell, Wallace B. Diboll, Philip Duvic, P. M. Ferguson, John F. Fortier, Jr. Second Row: Fred S. Frederickson, Morris PH. Gold, Alvin G. Gottschall, John R. Goller, Doyle A. Graham, R. L. Grush, R. A. PHeehs, Francis J. Higgins, Irwin Isaacson, Jr. Third Row: J. M. Jennings, Jr., David M. Kleck, Edwin La- faye, Clarence W. Lane, Louis J. LeCarpentier, Ben Lockett, Richard B. Logan, Pete McLeod, Jr., John M. Miazza. Fourth Row: Paul S. Noble, Ralph P. Nolan, Jr., Tom B. Parkerson, Richard Piske, Jr., William B. Rudolf, Robert W. Shupp, A. C. Suhren, Jr., Robert Swayne, Jr., Walter J. Verlander, T. O. Wakeman. Not in Panel: W. Cameron Byrne, J. S. Duhe, George Menefee, J. J. Parpal, Jr., Leon- ard Ripley, John Y. Taylor, Joseph L. Wymer. • To help train for and to encourage interest in engineering as a profession. [308] OFFICERS ARTHUR DAVIS President JOSEPH G. BERNARD Vice-President PERRY L. BROWN Treasurer JOHN DESMOND Secretary MILTON BIENVENU Sergeant-at-Arms • MEMBERS, First Row: Norman Aronson, Fred Barksdale, Joseph Bernard, Milton Bienvenu, Archie Bland, Perry L. Brown, Pi+tman Browne, Victor Bruno, R. S. Chevis, E. L. Clemenfs, Silvester Crochet, Robert Cummins. Second Row: Arthur G. Davis, Judson Demerest, John Desmond, Walter Doe!!, Walter Doucet, L. Duffrechon, Herman Duncan, Wil- liam Eckart, Alvin Flettrich, C. Stocker Fontelieu, E. Gon- zales-Rubio, Dorothy Gotch. Third Row: Roy Johns, James Lamantia, hierbert Land, J. Lawrence, James Leake, A. C. Ledner, W. J. McCauley, W. McLane, G. Napolitano, A. Nolan, W. Nolan, Albert G. Olivier. Fourth Row: A. Perry, hiarold Pique, Joseph Partrige, T. Poulos, L. C. Scharfen- stein, B. Schattenberg, Maurice Singer, Walter Shepard, Tulane Architectural Society IWJ ! . Herbert Smith, S. W. Sulli, J. H. Schneider, L Ullrich, W. F. Williamson. Not in Panel: Frank N. Brocato, B. G. Buquoi, W. F. Calongne, J. B. Carry, Paul G. Charbonnet, J. G. Cooper, L. J. Justrabo, George Laborde, Thomas Lupo, Leo Oppenheimer, E. N. Roositer, A. Saputo. • Founded at Tulane in 1913. To supplement classroom work, to promote fellowship, develop interest and provide social activities among Tulane architectural students. [309] OFFICERS WILLIAM O. HUDSON, II President F. E. FERCHAUD Vice-President PHIL RICKS Secretary HERBERT O ' DONNELL Treasurer N. L BUCK Faculty Adviser • MEMBERS, First Row: Edward A. Adey, III, ' 43; James O. Alderman, ' 44; Hal C. Becker, ' 42; Rob- ert R. Cahal, ' 44; Robert M. Cole, ' 42; Timothy A. Grain, ' 44; Wallace D. Diboll, ' 44; Stanley S. Dinkle, ' 42; Walter E. Douglas, ' 42. Second Row: Holmes Earl, ' 42; James P. Ewin, ' 42; Faurie E. Fer- chaud, ' 42; Frank C. Fromherz, ' 43; Christopher P. Engineers Technoloqical Atelier Gadsen, ' 42; William S. Goldman, ' 42; Jack Gor- don, ' 42; Bernard A. Grehan, ' 42; Robert J. Grush, ' 42. Third Row: Milton Hllbert, ' 42; William O. Hudson, II, ' 42; Nelll P. Jeffrey, ' 43; Ernest P. John- son, ' 42; Roy E. Johnson, ' 43; Esmond J. Keating, ' 42; Joseph T. Lee, ' 43; Edward B. Leverlch, ' 42; Allison M. Levy, ' 44. Fourth Row: Richard B. Logan, ' 43; Spalding K. Manson, ' 42; John F. Moser, ' 44; Herbert O ' Donnell, ' 43; Shepard F. Perrln, ' 42; Louis L. Robein, ' 42; Oscar Schneldau, ' 42; Albert L. Soule, III, ' 43; Walter J. Verlander, ' 42. Not in Panel: Carleton E. Gulllot, ' 43; Phil G. Ricks, ' 42. • Established at Tulane in 1936. Organized to ad- vance the Interest of the engineering profession and to bring the students Into closer contact with each other and the faculty. [310] OFFICERS BEHY BEYER President BEHY TRELEAVEN Vice-President MARIE LOUISE CUQUET Recording Secretary MARION HOPKINS Corresponding Secretary YVONNE ANDERSON Treasurer Ynuiiij Women ' s Christian Association • FACULTY ADVISERS: Frances Bush, Mildred Christen, Lydia E. Frotcher, Mrs. Frederick Hard, Elizabeth Malone, Anna E. Many, Valeris Powell, Dorothy Seago, Florence Smith, Mary Tenney, Geraldine Wallace. • MEMBERS: Cora Alexander, June Beyer, Clara Louise Bernard, Margie Berry, Ruth Biggers, Ella Jane Blake, Bar- bara Bond, Dorothy Bonnett, Kay Brash, Patsy Buck, Mar- jorie Burke, Betty Burns, Estelle Brunila, Betty Cadzow, Mary Cahal, Ruth Calzeda, Grace Charbonnet, hlope Cheney, Gloria Colle, June Conravey, Florence Coyne, hielen Mae Daspit, Marjorie Davis, Mary Jane Dingy, Celeste Douglas, I „ eM Eva Douglas, lone Dracket, Dorothy Dyke, Janet Estopinal, hHelen Eble, Josephine Faust, Elsie Fields, Audrey Flautt, Dorothy Follet, Francis Fort, Aimee Fortson, Muriel Fournet, Barbara Fulton, LaReine Gladden, Dorothy Gotch, Nellie Mae Gunn, Paggy Harris, Eve Heinemann, Margaret Hen- ley, Thora Hickerson, Jonnie Horn, Gloria Huttner, Mary Katherine Kelley, Nita Kidd, Mary Knight, Shirley Kross, Jerry Liddell, Shirley Liddell, Merrel Loubat, Marifrances Lowe, Betty Blain Lyie, Dorothy Magee, Gloria Marks, Toby McCarty, Elaine McFaul, Marilyn Miller, Marion Mize, Rebecca Muldrow, Grace Murphy, Merle Myrick, Louise Nelson, Mary Palmlsano, Virginia Potter, Eleanor Porter, Betty Schattenburg, Jo Schneider, Hazel Schofield, Betty Smedes, Cherrie Smith, Donna Jean Spense, Mary Sue Strahan, Lois Talbot, Ann Trelles, Purita Trelles, Georganne Schmidt, Lenore Ullrich, Audrey Vicknair, Mirian Viosca, Betty Vorbush, Carol Vanderberg, Lucille VanderHaar, Dolores Watts, Margaret Weldorn, Emily Wood. [311] OFFICERS ELSIE FIELD President LUCY BYRNE Chairman of Debate EVE HEINEMANN Secretary-Treasurer ALFRED PARTRIDGE Coach itdndlriq- O nsberq. Helnemann. Field. Burn. SiHing: Martin, Levy. Wolf. Schnelling. Vorbush. Brash. Sterbcow. Fischer. JEHNIE C. MIXDN DEBATING ELUB • FACULTY ADVISERS: Ruth Lawson, Anna Many, Edward Stone. • MEMBERS: Charlotte Ashley, Betty Beyer, Kay Brash, Lucy Byrne, Ruth Feldman, Elsie Field, Jean Fisher, Janice Ginsberg, Kathryn Gould, Eve hleine- mann, Marlon Hopkins, Mary Knight, Jo-Ellyn Levy, Elaine Maer, Gloria Marks, Mary Lee Martin, Bob- bie Marchesseau, Elvla Morales, Jo Ann PIncus, Peggy Post, Calista Rault, Julia Reed, Julanne Rose, Margaret Schilling, Clarisse Steeg, Helen Steele, Beula Sterbcow, Barbara Stewart, Dorothy Tolnnas, Betty Vorbush, Marie Louise Wakeman, Beverly Wolf. • Purpose: To foster Interest In public speaking and debating on the campus. [312] Duckworth, King, and Waters. DEBATIIVG TEAM . f " " ' Vf ' ' " MR. PARTRIDGE, Coach The Debating Team at Tulane has appeared only this year on the Tuiane campus. Of course, Tulane had had debate teams before this time, but the organization into a permanent organization under the guidance of their faculty adviser, Mr. Al Partridge, has proved that an organization of this sort was needed. They go into the mechanics of debating and also learn technique, besides the regular order of preparing debates against other colleges. Before very long, this baby organization should ripen into a powerful and commanding source of knowledge in extra-curricular activities. Not in the picture are: John Caraway, Frank Bruno, Charles Herrick, and Bob Woolley. DHATDHICAL AUD DEBATIIVG EDUIVCIL Top Row: Monroe. Bagot, Wait, Smith. Bottom Row: Marx. Willis, Trice, Anthony. The Oratorical and Debating Council is the father of all debate organizations at Tulane. Their purpose — to foster de- bating, encourage oratory, and sponsor freshman debating — is one which they may proudly say has been achieved in the many years that they have so desired to do. OFFICERS JANE GALLAHER President JAMES W. SPENCER, JR Vice-President LUCY BYRNE Secretary WALTER E. LEVY, JR Treasurer • MEMBERS, First Row: Thomas Baffes, Lucy Byrne, Isidore Cohn, Jr., Marie Louise Cuquet, Jane Gallaher, Walter Lyall Howell, Cynthia Landry. Second Row: Walter E. Levy, Jr., John Lewis, Clara Marie Manuel, Jane Per-Lee, Lisa Schwartz, Ernest de Simonin, James W. Spencer, Jr., Lewis M. Wil- liams. Not in Panel: Emile Ader, Anna Daller, Guy Delalande, Eleanor Glynn, James Gllly, III, Evelyn Lowe, RIdgly Molse, Frank Morton, Rosemary O ' Shea, Leonard Peters, Albert Schmidt. FRENCH • Founded at Tulane in 1941. Purpose: To further Interest In French culture on the campus and |j Jj U XJ throughout the city. [314] • IN FACULTATE: Dr. Paul C. Taylor, Mr. C. J. Morrow, Mr. K. H. Cram. • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Walter G. Andry, Stanley L. Aultman, Jack G. Becker, Lester Berg- eron, Myron Burnstein, Benjamin S. Catlin, Fred J. Corales, Peter M. Ferguson, James H. Fortson, August Frazer, Addley h . Gladden, Jr. Second Row: Adrian S. Gwin, Stanford Herron, Gordon L. Joseph, Bernard A. Krobert, Edwin Lafaye, W. G. Leibe, Stanley Levinqston, John M. Mahler, Jack Nyman, Earl B. Philips, Irwin F. Poche. Third Row: Louis Ramos, Edward A. Rogers, Jr., Sidney Rosen- thal, Jr., Kaliste Soloon, Robert Swayne, Edwin J. Taylor, Gene Usdin, David Verlander, David A. A L P H I PHI OMEGA GAMMA UPSILON CHAPTER j - ¥ f ■ W ' 1 f m, r ' ;, ii it..i Warriner, Jr., Jay G. Weil, Jr., Richard L. Weiss. Not in Panel: Sydney Gamlin, Jr., George L. Land- wehr, Alexander Maccall, Leo Miller, Jr., Frank B. O ' Leary, hHorace B. Rickey. • Founded at Lafayette College in 1925. Estab- lished at Tulane in 1941. Ninety-six active chapters. Colors: Blue and Gold. [315] OFFICERS ARCHIE BLAND, JR President FRANCIS MURPHY Vice-President JOHN TESSIER Secretary-Treasurer • MEMBERS, First Row: Archie Bland, Jr., ' 45; James Brink, ' 45; Harold Buck, ' 45. Second Row: Louis Clements, ' 45; Donald Coleman, ' 45; Stephen Dart, ' 45. Third Row: William Hodges, Jr., ' 45; Francis Murphy, ' 45; Louis Rand, ' 45. Fourth Row: Thomas Swayze, ' 45; Harvey Windes, ' 45; Rob- ert Woolfork, ' 45. Not in Panel: John Tessier, ' 44; Jack Agurcia, ' 44; Carl Brannon, ' 44; Jack Bremermann, ' 44; Kim Brown, ' 44; Bill Ellis, ' 44; Gordon Ewin, ' 44; James Flowers, ' 44; Theo Harvey, ' 44; Tom Holmes, ' 44; Warren McPhillips, ' 44; Paul Noble, ' 44; Fred Peak, ' 44; Staigg Ray, ' 44; Harry Alcott, ' 43; Earl Bartlett, Jr., ' 43; Robert Cummins, ' 43; Benjamin Dart, Jr., ' 43; Alvin Gottschalk, ' 43; Kenneth Kahoa, ' 43; Glenny Parker, ' 43; Jack Parker, ' 43; Jack Pennebaker, ' 43; Jack Perez, ' 43; Sam Ryniker, ' 43; Lester Smith, ' 43; Claude Trawick, ' 43; Roy Bartlett, ' 42; Forbes Bastian, ' 42; Harold Cummins, ' 42; R. E. Flow- erree, Jr., ' 42; John Jordan, ' 42; Stewart Maunsell, ' 42; Steed McSee, ' 42; Charles Miller, ' 42; Eads Poitevent, ' 42; Randy Roane, ' 42; Albert Terkuhle, ' 42; G. H. A. Thomas, Jr., ' 42. 1 3 CLUB • Honorary Freshman Interfraternity Club tor the purpose of furthering the interest and ideals of Tulane, both in scho- lastic and athletic activities. [316] OFFICERS P H I P H I CONRAD MEYER, III President AL McCOARD, JR Secretary JAY WEIL, JR Treasurer • MEMBERS, First Row: Robert Cole, Pierre R. Dupont, Wiiiiam H. Frost. Second Row: C. Doug- las Sulley, Albert B. McCoard, Jr., Peter Mandlch. Third Row: Ralph E. Merriman, Jr., Conrad Meyer, III, Robert Oster. Fourth Row: Eads Butts Poitevent, Earl Sherwood Robinson, Jr., Oscar Schneidau, Jr., Jay John George Weil, Jr. • Established at Tulane in 1927. Founded at Uni- versity of California. A junior-senior organization to promote fellowship and offer service to the uni- versity. 0 ii ■iO [317] • IN FACULTATE: Rufus C. Harris, Paul Brosman, Ferdinand Stone. ■ • IN UNIVERSITATE, First Row: Wayne Anderson, ' 44; Bruce Baird, ' 42; Charles Bloom, ' 42; Charles Cipolla, ' 44. Second Row: R. Collier, ' 42; Cary Ellis, ' 42; Gordon Ewin, ' 44; Allen Fontenot, ' 43. Third Row: Denton Gibbs, ' 44; Pllcher Gilfoil, ' 44; Theo hiarvey, ' 44; Don hHiggins, ' 42. Fourth Row: Rene Himel, ' 42; Robert Leonhardt, ' 43; Louis Mc- Faul, ' 43; John McLellan, ' 44. Fifth Row: Allen Martin, ' 43; hHarold Marx, ' 42; William Menge, ' 43; hHarry Moran, ' 44. Sixth Row: Paul Pigman, ' 43; Lane Plauche, ' 42; Jack Pritchard, ' 44; Randolph Beauregard Robert, ' 42. Seventh Row: Charles Schwartz, ' 43; Ralph Schwartz, ' 44; hHarry Sims, ' 44; Gibson Tucker, ' 44. Not In Panel: Don Mose- ley, ' 44. • Founded at the University of Illinois in 1920. Established at Tulane in 1928. Three active chap- ters. ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER [318] OFFICERS SHEPARD F. PERRIN, JR Master Alchemist HANS JONASSEN Vice-Master Alchemist GEORGE GRAIN Treasurer ROBSON B. DUNWODY Recorder FRED BOETTNER Reporter HARRIE W. BACKES Master of Ceremonies • IN FACULTATE: Thor as B. Grumpier, Raymond Frees, Jack A. Serster, Arthur O. Kastler, Fred H. Pollard, Francis McB. Taylor, C. S. Williamson, Jr. • UNDERGRADUATES, First Row: George Grain, Thomas G. Greagan, Robson B. Dunwody, hHans Jonassen, Paul M. Koran. Second Row: Jeff D. ALPHA CHI SIGMA ALPHA TAU CHAPTER Levlne, Wiley Mossy, John J. Pastorek, Shepard F. Perrln, Jr., John R. Tusson. Not in Panel: hiarrle W. Backes, Fred Boettner, Schaumberg McGehee, Gedric Sydney. • Established at Tulane In 1928. Founded at Uni- versity of Wisconsin in 1902. To promote the ad- vancement of chemistry as a science and a pro- fession. [H9] f p OFFICERS BRIAN J. COLLINS Big Tusk D. ELROY CITRON Little Tusk P • First Row: Bul+man. Citron. Collins. Cragon. Dauterive. Fitzgerald. Hadden, Hall. Second Row: Hancock, Herrick. HInderman, King. Krupp, Lamothe, Long. Moore. Third Row: Muller, Parkhouse, Pigman, Reid. Sanford. Strickland. Wellford. • MEMBERS, Delta Tau Delta: Ned Parkhouse, Frank Lamothe, Frotsher Muller. Sigma Chi: Wil- liam Reid, George Pigman, Richard hiinderman. Pi Kappa Alpha: Alton Hall, Charles Herrick, Elroy Citron. Phi Kappa Sigma: Leon Bultman, Aubrey Moore, Donald Wellford. Kappa Sigma: Edward Sanford, Phillip Krupp, Miller Cragon. Delta Sigma Phi: Brian Collins, Jim Fitzgerald, Jim Strickland. Alpha Tau Omega: Edward King, William Han- cock, Henry Dauterive. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Cal Hadden, Truett Land. WHITE ELEPHANTS • Founded and established at Tulane in 192 I. Pur- pose . . . Freshman society for the promotion of school spirit. [320] OFFICERS JOY ROGERS President JOAN BROOKS Secre tary-Treasurer LAMPYHIDS IL " t " • MEMBERS ON THE FACULTY: Florence Brooks Kreeger, Rose Beeson St. Martin. • MEMBERS, First Row: M. G. Berthier, ' 42; Joan Brooks, ' 43; Connie Claverie, ' 43; Mary H. Cum- mins, ' 42. Second Row: Dottle Dowling, ' 42; June Elliott, ' 43; Shirley Carrot, ' 42; Carolyn Graham, ' 44. Third Row: Gloria Guant, ' 43; Dorothy Hart- ley, ' 42; Eve Helnemann, ' 44; Tatlana Hotstra, ' 42. Fourth Row: Brucie Jones, ' 43; Harriet Kostmayer, ' 42; Helen MacGlashan, ' 44; Jennie Mayer, ' 42. Fifth Row: Bertha Rose Miller, ' 42; Mildred Murray, ' 42; Lillian Nalhaus, ' 43; Louise Nelson, ' 42. Sixth Row: Joy Rogers, ' 43; Ruth Rosen, ' 44; Marlon Starts, ' 42; Evalyn Stolaroff, ' 43. Seventh Row: Mary Sue Strahan, ' 42; Given Talbot, ' 42; Marie Louise Wakeman, ' 42; Thais Wild, ' 42. Not In Panel: Betty Battaile, ' 43; Shirley Grenler, ' 43; Emily Ohise n, ' 42. [321] D fl E A D E S OFFICERS ANNA MARIE MANGIARACINA Presfdent MIRIAM WILD Vice-President HELEN EBLE Secretary YOLANDA RODRIGUEZ Treasurer Juliet Ebel, Helen Eble, Phyllis Eckert, Louise Ellison, Norma Finegold, Carol Freret, Athalie Generes, Ruth Gottesman, Patricia Kelly, Jacqueline Labry, Lenlce Larkin, Kathryn LeBlanc, MyrI Lenfant, Thaia Leopold, Esther Levin, Anna Marie Man- giaracina. Rose Mary Mayes, LaVerne Morris, Elsie Nielsen, Irene Pfaff, Carolyn Robbert, Yolanda Rodriguez, Ruth Rosen, Dorothy Schneider, Mary Shepard, Muriel Snnith, Buelah Sterb- cow, Shelby Werlein, Shirley Wiederecht. • MEMBERS: Jane Alwes, Grace Beatrous, June Braetenbach, Adeline Brosette, Pauline Castrinos, Grace Charbonnet, Marie Louise Cuquet, Eiline Curralt, Anna Dalier, Concetta Danna, • Established at Tulane University in 1939. Founded at New- comb College in 1939. Purpose: To sustain interest in classical knowledge and to stimulate an appreciation of the classics. OFFICERS MABEL HOCHENDEL President EVE HEINEMANN Secretary • MEMBERS: Kathryn Gould, Eve hleinemann, Mabel Hoch- endel, Marion Hopkins, Eleonora Perrilllat, Calista Rault. A • Founded at Newcomb in 1938. Honorary leadership and scholastic Freshman Society. [3223 s;SOu ' lEWCDMB D IIVCE CLUB • OFFICERS: Mary Wineman, Presi- dent; Carolyn Robbert, Vice-Presi- dent; Margarita Hofstra, Secretary- Treasurer; Sonja Bunge, Publicity Manager. • MEMBERS: Dorothy Brock, ' 45; Betty Buerkle, ' 45; Sonja Bunge, ' 44; Betty Burns, ' 44; Patty Dickman, ' 45; Jean Dresner, ' 44; Billy Ferand, ' 42; Betty Finnegan, ' 44; Ida May Hay- den, ' 44; Dorothy Hlller, ' 43; Mar- garita Hofstra, ' 43; Jane Johnson, ' 45; Edith Levy, ' 45; Jerry LIddell, ' 44; Harriet Line, ' 43; Emily Lipper, ' 45; Betty Lisenby, ' 45; Emily Mayer, ' 45; Nettye Menendez, ' 44; La ' Verne Morris, ' 43; Elleonora Perrilliat, ' 44; Betty Pope, ' 44; Carolyn Robbert, ' 42; Ruth Simon, ' 45; Gloria Spencer, ' 45; Lucile Vonderhaar, ' 44; Jean Whiddon, ' 44; Mary Wineman, ' 43. • Established at Tulane in 1938 to create enjoyment and interest in modern dancing. The Athletic Council ATHLETIC COUNCIL OF IVEWCOMB • OFFICERS: Celeste Douglas, Chairman; Eva Douglas, Secretary-Treasurer. • FACULTY: Miss Wallace, Miss Pornell, Miss Bush, Miss Smith. • MEMBERS: Sonja Bunge, Mary Cummins, Joyce Cunningham, Celeste Douglas, Eva Douglas, Nyada Due, Innes Glynn Ellis, Julia Herzfeld, Jean Hirsch, Charleen Hutson, Norris Murphy, Marion Nash, Muriel Selber, Mazie Wiedorn, Mary Winemann. £323] OFFICERS MRS. FLORENCE S. FOLLANSBEE President MRS. ESTHER HUNT Vice-President MRS. VELMA JONES Secretary MRS. NINA SVENDSON Treasurer • HONORARY MEMBERS: Mrs. Rufus C. Harris, Dr. Marie Dees Mattingly, Dr. Martha McDonald, • MEMBERS: Mrs. Claire Agnew, B.A., ' 39; Mrs. Irma Barrow, Mrs. Leia Crawford, B.A., ' 18, M.A., ' 40; Mrs. Stella Daugherty, B.A., ' 34; Mrs. Martha Dowell, B.S., ' 24; Mrs. Katherine Ervin, B.A., ' 34; Mrs. Florence Follansbee, B.A., ' 42; Mrs. Alice hHardison, B.A., ' 41; Mrs. Adrienne hlottinger, B.A., ' 32; Mrs. Esther Hunt, Mrs. Adela Hutson, B.A., ' 12; Mrs. Gladys Jones, B.A., ' 29, M.A., ' 40; Mrs. Velma Jones, Mrs. Allegra LaPralrie, B.A., ' 34; Mrs. Helen Moak, B.A., ' 40; Mrs. Helen Rumold, Mrs. Mary Sanders, B.A., ' 39; Mrs. Nina Svendson, Mrs. Marguerite Taylor, B.A., ' 23; Mrs. Louise Trout, B.A., ' 38; Mrs. Edna Wagner, M.A., ' 31, M.S.W., ' 40; Mrs. Azalie Ziegler, B.M., ' 36. PHI LAMBDA PI • BETA CHAPTER: Founded at Louisiana State University in 1935. Established at Tulane in 1937. Colors: Light Yellow and Nile Green. Flower: Jonquil. Purpose: To stimulate and encourage higher education annong married women. [324] ROSTER OF STUDENTS WHOSE PICTURES DID NOT APPEAR IN PANEL COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Ernest Elmer Blandin Kelghley, Kan. Thomas W. CoKens, Jr New Orleans, La. Martin Franklin Comer Gary, Ind. Howard Hugh Crawford Germany William C. Diffenderfer Pensacola. Fla. Gordon Clark English Midland, Texas Ralph Joseph Fernandez Wallace, La, Raymond Gauche, Jr New Orleans, La. Robert Lloyd Glass . Orlando, Fla. Riley Lynn Humphreys KnoxvIlJe, Tenn. Irwin Joffe Springfield, Mass. Eugene An+olne Kraemer, Jr. . New Orleans, La. SENIORS Betty Anne Llpper Houston, Texas George West Liskow Lake Charles, La. Harley Raymond McCollum Tulsa, Okla. Charles Curtis McKIrahan . . . New Orleans, La. Andreas V. N, Mortensen . . , New Orleans, La. Edward Donald Moseley .... New Orleans, La. William Coakley Moss Bogalusa, La. Harold Allen Mullin Bogalusa, La. Ray Edward Nugent Jena, La. Arthur George Nuhrah Arabi, La. John Joseph Owens New Orleans, La. Ray Clint Prultt Lake Charles, La. Frederick Philip Rochlin Berv yn, III, George Boutcher Riviere .... New Orleans, La, Irving Sheen Nev York City. N, Y, William L, Spencer, Jr Sterlinton, La. Alvin Well Strauss, Jr Little Rock, Ark. James Edward Taylor Shreveport, La, James Pierre Thibaut New Orleans, La, Jack Allen Tittle Marshall, Texas George Hamilton Tompkins . . Washington, D, C. Edmund S. Utkov .... New York City, N. Y. Miguel Angel Vales Merida, Mexico Holmes Phares Williamson Soso, Miss, Aurelio Alfonso Alba Costa Rica Malcolm Douglas Arnoult . . . New Orleans, La. George Richard Barrett .... New Orleans, La. Roman Walter Bentz Horlcon, Wis. Andrew George Bucaro .... New Orleans, La. Merven Chun Honolulu AlvIn Cohen New Orleans, La. Herbert Cohen Brooklyn, N. Y. Henry Thomas Cook New Orleans, La. Peter Vincent Crollch Mobile, Ala. Nicholas Clay Cromwell .... New Orleans, La. James Joseph Curro Gulfport, Miss. Sherwood Arthur Cuyler .... New Orleans, La. Beniamin Wall Dart, Jr New Orleans, La. Guy Delande New Orleans, La. James Francis Domlnguez . . . New Orleans, La. Jules St. Martin Dupont Houma, La. James Andrew Ely, Jr Shaw, Miss. Joseph Anthony Failla Lafayette, La. Felix Adam Foret, Jr New Orleans, La. Jack Frankel Jamaica, N. Y. William Donald Franklin . . New Gardens. N. Y. JUNIORS Thomas J. Garbark Pittsburgh, Pa. Harold W. Gllck Bronx. N. Y. AlvIn Haber Brooklyn, N. Y. Carleton Hale. Jr New Orleans, La, Martin F. Hennessey San Antonio, Texas William M. T. Hornlck La Belle, Pa. William Scott Howson New Orleans, La. William Knox Jernlgan Brewton, Ala. Daniel Gordon Johnson Palatka, Fla. Burton Katz Brooklyn, N. Y. Wallace Korn Brooklyn, N. Y. Melvin Howard Levin Wlnthrop, Mass. David Lidsky Brooklyn, N. Y. Frank Witcher McCullough . Huntington, W. Va. Walter Vincent McDonald .... Struthers, Ohio William R. McGehee .... Cold Springs, N. Y. Eugene Thomas Mcllvalne, Jr. . Jacksonville, Fla, Frederick William Maher, Jr. . New Orleans, La. Jerome Markowitz Brooklyn, N. Y. Albert Ersklne Martin, Jr Atlanta, Ga. William Henry Mathews .... New Orleans, La. Allen Lane Miller, Jr, Destrehan, La. Gloria Adele Monnlnger .... New Orleans, La, Frank Bradford O ' Leary, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. John Rene Perez, Jr New Orleans, La. William Pomerantz Spring Valley, N, Y. George Warren Prather ... St. Petersburg, Fla, George Wilson Reese, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Crelghton Rhea Jonesboro, Ark, Louis Richman Brooklyn, N. Y, Abraham Jacob Ribin . . . West Warwick, R, I, Peter Charles Schmidt, Jr. . . New Orleans, La, Emanuel Sam Seitlln Miami, Fla. Cedric Thomas Sidney New Orleans. La. Louis Emile Thomas New Orleans, La. Claude Merrill Trawick, Jr Macon, Ga. Oscar Fernando Tristan San Jose, C. R. Douglas Randolph Venable .... Columbus, Ga. Harrison Morton Weber .... New Orleans, La. George Elliott Welch Julian Hurley Wilkenfeld Houston. Texas Henri Wolbrette, II Shreveport, La. Joseph Lawrence Zemmer, Jr. . New Orleans, La. Edward George Ziegler .... New Orleans, La, Philip St. George Ambler, Jr Pass Christian, Miss. Samuel Andrew Amy New Orleans, La. Richard Adams Barnes, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Leroy Barnidge Shreveport, La. Herbert Frank Bennerfleld, Jr. ... Gretna, La. Joseph August BIsso New Orleans, La. Louis Charles Bianda Harvey, La. Ted Bloch New Orleans, La. Warren Gilbert Brown Bloomlngton, Ind. Paul Meredith Bunn Murfreesboro, Tenn. Hermlnio Dolores Carrizo . Ocu, Los Santos, R. P. Joseph Owen Cles Carllnvllle, HI. Elgin Courtland Cowart, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. Frederick George Deller .... New Orleans, La. Lucas Anthony DILeo New Orleans, La. Lawrence Losch Dillon New Orleans, La. Leonhard Louis Dowty New Orleans, La. James Knobloch Faget Lisbon, Portugal Jorge Gasteazoro La Celba, Honduras Ernest Rlghtor George . . . . New Orleans, La. Richard Migel Goldberg Chicago, III. Beniamin Locklin Goldstein . . New Haven, Conn. Gordon Bernard Gsell New Orleans, La. Alfred Reece Hale New Orleans, La. Francis Marlon Harris. Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. SOPHOMORES Alexander Vernon Maccall Corona, Long Island, N, Y. Albert Irving Mailer Jamaica, N. Y. John Douglas Marshall, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. Alfred Thomas Maund, Jr Jennings, La. Frank Val Mayer New Orleans, La. Rrdgely Molse, Jr New Orleans, La. John Paul Muhlelsen New Orleans, La. William Jennings Murray . . . New Orleans, La. Thomas David Odie Flint, Mich. Merlin Maurice Ohmer .... New Orleans, La. Manuel Jacob Pelleterl .... New Orleans, La. Joe Seward Pourciau, Jr. ... New Orleans, La. Simeon Kahn Henlnger, Jr Monroe, La. Stanford Philip Herron New Orleans, La, Milton Sidney Holland Shreveport, La. Jack Horowitz Brooklyn, N. Y. Karl Treat Humes St. Petersburg. Fla. Niels Winchester Johnson . . , New Orleans, La. Eoward Haskell Kerner .... Miami Beach, Fla. Victor Henry Klein Erie. Pa. Joseph John Kyame New Orleans, La. George Etienne Landry .... Port Arthur, Texas Judah Raymond Leber Bronx, N. Y. Henry Frederick Lochte .... New Orleans, La. Samuel Logan New Orleans, La. Jesse Steed McGee New Orleans, La. Schaumberg McGehee . . . . New Orleans, La. Lester James Reed New Orleans, La. Joseph Frank Reith, Jr New Orleans, La. Robert Lawrence Rice, Jr. . . . Birmingham, Ala. Melville Gordon Rosen Brooklyn, N. Y. Marvin Rosman New Orleans, La. Jay Miller Rowland, Jr Hot Springs, Ark. William Edward St. Clair . . . New Orleans, La. Jack Sail Paterson, N. J. Francisco de Javier Sanchez . , , Carolina, P, R. Albert Carl Schmidt New Orleans, La. James Porch Schwartz New Orleans, La. Irving Shuiman Bayonne, N. J. Dant Bell Slack New Orleans, La. Bernard Melville Solomon . . . New Orleans, La. Bernard Matthew Tetek Gary, Ind. Frank Anthony Uddo New Orleans, La. Robert Louis Vaccaro New Orleans, La. John McCarthy Ward New Orleans. La. Charles Leonard Weber Cairo, I II. Marion Wellford Gretna, La. John Blackshear White Headland, Ala. Chester Arthur Williams, Jr.. Murfreesboro, Tenn. NIchitas Nicholas Caridas. Island Patmos, Greece William L. McLane, Jr Charlotte, N. C. Ralph E. Orpys Clifton, N. J. Weston Wilbur Ackermann . . New Orleans, La. Jorge Alonso-Bermudez Havana, Cuba Isidore Ladlslas Alvarez, Jr. . . . Caguas, P. R. FRESHMEN John Peter Anderson New Orleans, La. Jose Aleiandro Arguello . . Manauga, Nicaragua Mike John Balen, Jr Sawyervllle. III. Manuel Gutierrez Balmaseda . . . Havana, Cuba David William Blerhorst .... New Orleans, La. Bernard Louis Bukarest Newark, N. J. Arthur Pemberton Burdon . . . New Orleans, La. Louis Peter Caioleas New Orleans, La. James Harold Carter Shreveport, La. Julio Cesar Contreras . . . David, Chiriqu!, R. P. Roberto Guillerno Cuevas, Jr. . . . Colon, R. P. Nester Lubin Currault, Jr Westwego, La. Norman Arthur Davis Algiers, La. Edmond Leon Deramee, Jr. ... Thibodaux, La. Wilfrid Gregory Dolan New Orleans, La. Laurence Charles Dugan .... New Orleans, La. Lawrence Peter Duvigneaud, Jr. . New Orleans, La. William Reynolds Eason .... New Orleans, La. Robert Lee Eddy, Jr New Orleans, La. John Floyd Edge Willard, Ohio Laurance Batlin Epstein Bayonne, N. J. Colman Ejkovich ...:.... New Orleans, La. Jerome Arnold Finer Paterson, N. J. Edward D. Fischer, Jr New Orleans, La. Laurence Peter Forstall .... Donaldsonville, La. George Delbert French Memphis, Tenn. Louis James Gallo New Orleans, La. Sydney Gamlen, Jr New Orleans, La. Maurice Brooks Gatlin, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. Constantine E. Gianopulos . . New Orleans, La. Emory Lea Graves New Orleans, La. Adolph Grishman New Orleans, La. Leslie Stephen Hall New Orleans, La. Ben Loeb Harris Torrington, Conn. Olton Hebert New Iberia, La. ThoRias Robert Heintz Hartford, Wis. Joseph Cunningham Hero . . . New Orleans, La. Mervin George Hingle Port Sulphur, La. Arthur Franklin Hoge, Jr Fort Smith, Ark. Darwood Wendell Holm . . . . Eau Claire, Wis. James Louis Holomon New Orleans, La. Roland Frank Hotard, Jr. . . . Winter Park, Fla. Maurice Stone Jaber Fort Smith, Ark. Francis Leon Jaubert, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Curtis Whittemore Jones Benton, Ark. Charles Graham Justice, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. Enoch Karrer, Jr New Orleans, La. Morton Edward Kaufman . . . New Orleans, La. Oliver Joseph Key, Jr New Orleans, La. Lawrence Gene Lavengood Tulsa, Okla. Louis Andrew Lay New Orleans, La. Thomas Newman Lennox " . . . . New Orleans, La. George Bond Lucas New Orleans, La. John Victor Mauterer New Orleans, La. Randell Sebastian Mayer, Jr. . New Orleans, La. Joseph Maumas Meraux .... New Orleans, La. Charles Max Mintz Plainfield, N. J. Kurt Martin Mislow New York, N. Y. Joe Louis Monti South Standard, III. Richard Kell Munson Clinton, La. Elwyn John Nicholson Eunice, La. Warren Daniel Pays New Orleans, La. Warren Charles Perkins .... New Orleans, La. Louis Anthony Polizzi New Orleans, La. Arthur Lemarie Porter New Orleans, La. William Lot Ouealy Methuen, Mass. Nathan Herman Reizman Chicago, III. Joseph Asbury Renfroe Fort Myers, Fla. Jaime Jose Rivas Casugas, P. R. Arnold Jack Rosenthal Alexandria, La. Edward Oliver Sanchez Camaguey, Cuba Henry Frederick Scanlan .... New Orleans, La. Albert F. Schweitzer New Orleans, La. Maxim Seltzer New York, N. Y. Theodore Solomon Steelton, Pa. Manuel Jose Soto New Orleans, La. Maurice Jean Stouse, Jr New Orleans, La. Clarence Edward Stringer . . . New Orleans, La. William John Tessier New Orleans, La. John William Thomas New Orleans, La. Keith LaVerne Thrash New Orleans, La. Andre Charles Leon Touzat . . New Orleans, La. Ismael G. Velasquez New Orleans, La. Peter Albert Viglia Lake Charles, La. Thomas M. Wakefield New Orleans, La. Harold Alex Walzer New Orleans, La. Stephen Bernard Webb .... New Orleans, La. John Graham Whitbeck .... New Orleans, La. Frank White Memphis, Tenn. Vestie Byron White Arkansas City. Kan. William Benjamin Wiltenmuth ..New Orleans, La. COLLEGE OF COMMERCE Joseph Benton Dupont Thibodaux, La. Robert Leon Indest, Jr New Orleans, La. SENIOR Francis Lampton Gill New Orleans, La. JUNIORS Roy Milton Lewis LaCrosse, Wis. Louis Masur, Jr Monroe, La. John Robert Norman, III ... New Orleans, La. Gordon William Rohrbacker . . New Orleans, La. William Paul Schneible Rome, N. Y. SOPH OMORES Richard George Andry New Orleans, La. Harry Lee Crane New Orleans, La. David Frank Dixon New Orleans, La. Leonard Louis Dreyfus New Orleans, La. Robert Russell Bain, Jr New Orleans, La. Robert Charles Bohn New Orleans, La. Ben B. Brill, Jr New Orleans, La. Fortune Anselm Burbank .... New Orleans, La. Cleveland Chin New Orleans, La. Cedric Audley Curran New Orleans, La. Edward Hilton Daniels, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. Marielle Edna Emling New Orleans, La. Louis Bernard Gernhauser . . . New Orleans, La. Henry Joseph Haydel New Orleans, La. Clarence Louis Dupre, Jr. . William Voelkel Engelhardt Peter Emmet Parkerson . . . New Orleans, La. . New Orleans, La. . New Orleans, La. FRESHMEN Warren Ricks Hugo Metarie, La. William Cyrus Hunter New Orleans, La. Yvonne Marie Keefer New Orleans, La. George Langstaff Landwehr . . New Orleans, La. Frank Pierson Lewis New Orleans, La. Leo Miller. Jr New Orleans, La. Letty Bonck Miranne New Orleans, La. John Rexford North New Orleans, La. Peter Jack Panno New Orleans, La. Charles Francis Pasquier Shreveport, La. Harry Silverman New Orleans, La. Milton Burke Singleton New Orleans, La. Mareo Fidel Tristan .... San Jose, Costa Rica Robert Milton Pittman .... Plain Dealing, La. Guy Frank Roddy Lutcher, La. Miguel Arzel Rodriguez . . Santure, Puerta Rico Clarke Salmon, Jr New Orleans, La. Aaron Lester Sarpy New Orleans, La. Roy Michael Streckfus, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Joe Maurice Supple New Orleans, La. John Patrick Whelan New Orleans, La. Robert Davison Williams . . . New Orleans, La. David Daniel Winston, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. COLLEGE OF LAW SENIORS Henry Plauche Dart, 111 .... New Orleans, La. Julian Payne Freret New Orleans, La. Yoshinobu Kagawa Honolulu, T. H. Edward Achilles Kalinski .... New Orleans, La. Francis Russle Morton Nashville, Tenn. Thomas Wharton Collens, Jr. . New Orleans, La. Henry Carter Foss New Orleans, La. Ralph Newman Jackson . . . . Pt. Neches, Texas Raymond Victory Bouche . Nashville, Tenn. Michael Emmett Culligan, Jr. . New Orlenas, La. Howard Battle Gist, Jr Alexandria, La. William Everette Greenlees . . New Orleans, La. FRESHMEN Robert McLean Jeeter, Jr Shreveport, La. George West Liskow Lake Charles, La. Arthur P. Miles New Orleans, La. Edward Donald Moseley .... New Orleans, La. Thomas Cooney Hall New Orleans, La. John George Miller New Orleans, La. Robert Blouin Oliver Monroe, La. Fort Pipes, Jr New Orleans, La. Oscar Judah Tolmas New Orleans, La. Howard Bentley Newcomb . . . New Orleans, La. Charles Arthur Patout Jeanerette, La. Joyce Agnes Perez New Orleans, La. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Harris Wilson Backes . Walter Cameron Byrne New Orleans, La, New Orleans, La. SENIORS Paul Gilbert Charbonnet, Jr. John Sidney Duhe John Rudolph Goller, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La, New Orleans, La. Leo Max Oppenhelmer Harold Henry Stream, Jr. Nev Orleans, La, Nf: Ofl ' ;4ns, La, William Paul Boulet New Orleans, La. Charles Louis Fischer, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Benjamin Henry Flake New Orleans, La. John Wesley Alle New Orleans, La. Charles Alexander Anderson, Jr. . New Orleans, La. Arthur Brooks Bush, Jr New Orleans, La. Wilford Francis Calonone, Jr. . New Orleans, La. Edwin Robert Cousins New Orleans, La. David Donald Davis New Orleans, La. Riley Brown Fell New Orleans, La. Jack Peter Fitzner New Orleans, La. JUNIORS Earl Byrd Gaines New Orleans, La, Philip George Ricks New Orleans, La. Edward Htrschfield Simon . . . New Orleans, La. SOPHOMORES Louis Theodore Frantz, J ELgene Cornelius Grace Warren Edward Iberle . Basil Lavitola Roy Henry Manning . . Peter Westerveldt Many George Hard! man Menefee Albert Edward Moulin, J John Lopez Odlno , . . . New Orleans, La. . New Orleans, La. . New Orleans, La. . New Orleans, La. . New Orleans, La. . New Orleans, La, . New Orleans, La. . New Orleans, La. . New Orleans, La. John Yerger Taylor , . Joseph Lawrence Wymer Jules Frank taiaraln , , New Orleans, Ld. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Maurice Bernard O ' Neil, Jr. Joseph John Parpal .... John Walter Perkowski . . George Peter Prassinos . , Clarence George Reuther, Jr, Leonard Charles Ripley . . George Chester Schroeder. Jr Otho Douglas Schumann , , Nev Orleans, La. Nev Orleans, La, New Orleans, La, Nev Orleans, La, New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La- New Orleans, La, Nev Orleans, La. Arthur Maximilian Adolph, Jr. , New Fred George Anephol, Jr. . . . New Joseph Fernand Bassett .... New David Wesley Beatty New Lloyd Henry Bourgeois, Jr. . , New Frank Nicholas Brocato .... New Wendell Billy Brock New Jules Deslage Brown New Malcolm James Brunet .... New Benjamin Simon Brupbacher . . New Burt George Buquoi New Victor Joseph Buras New Thomas Mason Burke New Edward Joseph Buwe, Jr. ... New John Paul Byrne New Clarence Robert Caster, Jr. . . New Roland Ernest Cieutat, Jr. . . . New James David Connell New John Gordon Cooper, Jr. ... New Karl Lehman Cooper New John Saint Dabdoub New Blaise Salvador D ' Antoni, Jr. . New Kenneth Miles Decossas .... New Lloyd Busing DeLuca New Norris LaDew Fant New Leonard Matthews Finley . . . New Earl Louis Forstall New David Morley Fraiser New Robert Anthony Generes .... New FRESHMEN Orleans La. Harold Morris Gnesin .... New Orleans La Orleans La. Marion Charles Grillot . . . New Orleans La. Orleans La Wermund Emanuel Schroeder |- ansen .... Orleans La. New Orleans La Orleans, La. Thomas Morris Healy, Jr. . . New Orleans La. Orleans La. Paul Hindelang New Orleans La. Orleans La. George Avenue Isaac .... New Orleans La. Orleans La. Milton Felix Jacobsen .... New Orleans, La. Orleans La. Hans Christian Jensen .... New Orleans, La. Orleans La. Milton Gustave Johnson . . . New Orleans, La. Orleans La. Lawrence Joseph James Justrc bo Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Orleans, La. Nathaniel Butler Knight, Jr. . . . . Gretna, La. Orleans, La. John Mautemps Krebs New Orleans, La. Orleans, La. George Otto Laborde New Orleans, La. Orleans, La. Albert Leon LeBreton. Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Orleans. La. Fernand de Boessac Lorio . . . New Orleans, La. Orleans, La. John Paul Lorez, Jr New Orleans, La. Orleans, La. Thomas Joseph Lupo New Orleans, La. Orleans, La. James Richard McCarthy , . . New Orleans, La. Orleans, La. James Logan McConnell . . . , New Orleans, La. Orleans, La. Oscar James McMillan, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. Orleans, La. Thomas Leon Martin New Orleans, La. Orleans, La. Morriss Murray Munowitz . . New Orleans, La. Orleans, La. Walter Christopher Murphy . . New Orleans, L.a Orleans, La. Joseph Anthony Neyrey . . . , New Orleans, La. Orleans, La. Lawrence Patrick Pasquler . . . New Orleans, La Orleans, La. Richard Lloyd Pastorek . . . . New Orleans, U Orleans, La. James Leonard Pendergrass . . New Vincent Raymond Perrin, Jr. . . New Arthur James Pitcher, Jr. . . . New John Luke Prendergast New Douglas Carroll Prrtchett . . . New Wesley Joseph Ranson New Leo Ott Rhea New Horace Bushnell Rickey. Jr. . . New David Rosenthal New Edwin Noone Rossiter New Albert Joseph Saputo New Donald Bernard Schell .... New Edward Louis Schmidt, Jr. . . . New Edward Louis Schneider .... New Frederick Dorian Schwarz . . . New John Selinka, Jr New Thomas Payne Sherburne, Jr. . New George Clarke Simmons . . . New Carlton Salvis Slmoneaux, Jr. Roland Julius Sternfels .... New William Casimtr Vila, Jr. ... New Frederick William Weissborn. Jr. New Jackson Ballantyne West . . . New William Tompkins West, Jr. . . New Wesley Forres Wimberly . . . New Charles Swanson Witcher . . . New Edwin Shelby Wright New Raiford Mechell Ziegler .... New Orleans. La. Orleans, La. Orleans, La, Orleans, La. Orleans, La. Orleans, La. Orleans, La, Orleans, La. Orleans, La. Orleans. La. Orleans. La. Orleans, La. Orleans, La. Orleans. La, Orleans. La, Orleans, La. Orleans. La, Orleans. La. Marrero. La. Orleans, La. Orleans. La. Orleans. La. Orleans, La. Orleans. La. Orleans, La. Orleans, La. Orleans, La. Orleans, La. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Joseph James Cochrane, Jr, SENIORS La Mesa, N. M. Edgar Leon Feinberg Tampa. Fla. Augustus William Anderson . . Hammond, La. Buford Joseph Autin Houma. La. William Axelrad Houston, Texas Edward Burke Winslow, Ariz. Erving Arthur Dreskin Dunellen, N. J. Edwin Wiltz Edwards Gulfport, Miss. Edward Bernard Ferguson. Jr. . New Orleans, La. Walter Clarence Friday. Jr. . . . Starkville, Miss. Joseph Francis Sale Chillicothe, Miss. Peter Richard Garre Amarillo, Texas Frank Branch Gooch, Jr Houston Texas JUNIORS Homer Dale Kirgis Cawker City. Kan. Henry Millard Lee Columbus, Ohio Moe Lerman Spring Valley. N. Y. Geoffrey Mathews Martin . New York City, N. Y. Joseph Perrin Melvin, Jr Jackson, Miss. Sara Brinson Griffin Mills . . . New Orleans, La. Harold Hollingsworth Morris, Jr. . Villanova, Pa. James Willis Pope Ducette, Texas Anne May Reagan Tulsa, Okla. Charles Henry Savage, Jr Crichton Ala. Uca Frances Simms Skiataric, Okla. Howel William Slaughter . . . New Orleans. La. William Lamar Smith Wetumpka. Ala. Margaret Estelle Stuntz ... St. Petersburg ' . Fla. Dennis William Sullivan. Jr. . Los Angeles. Cal. Carolynn Downs Talley Dallas, Texas Merrick Dowdell Thomas, Jr Miami, Fla. Samuel Adams Trufant, III . . . New Orleans. La. John Henry Waters Lowell. Ariz. Herbert Mitchell Webb, Jr Lakeland. Fla. Roy Young Port Arthur, Texas Harold Marcus Albert Russellvllle, Ala. Bernard Mordecai AHschuler . . . Bayonne, N. J. William Louis Bendel, Jr Monroe, La. Ralph Chambers Bethea Jackson, Miss. Norman Robert Black Cheyenne. Wyo. John Duron Browning .... Daytona Beach, Fla. Elkanah George Burson, Jr Furman. Ala. JacK Corbitt Hartford, Ala. Ever Louise Coner Curtis . . . New Orleans, La. Osmond Durant Dabbs, Jr. ... Gulfport. Miss. Elizabeth Clark Dimick .... New Orleans, La. Marie Louise Eyrich Natchez, Miss. Jacob Faust, Jr New Orleans, La. Harold Aaron Ferris. Jr New Orleans. La. Walter Franklin Fnedland . . Hackensack. N. J. Elaine Louise Allen Phoenix, Ariz. Wiley Sutton Alliston, Jr. . . . Fort Worth. Texas Samuel Duff Austin Harperville. Miss. Ross Frederick Bass Hattiesburg. Miss. Jack Nugent Bevil Hull, Texas Nino Anthony Bologna Shaw, Miss. Cecil Robert Branson Blythevllle, Ark. Virginia Lawson Clower Atlanta, Ga. William Cavitt Cookston, Jr. ... Winfield, La. Howard Hugh Crawford .... New Orleans, La. Alien Joseph Ellender, Jr Houma, La. John William Faulk, Jr Crowley, La. SOPHOMORE John Keller Griffith, Jr Slidell, La. Marldel Saunders Hack .... New Orleans, La. Jesse Lowe Henderson Grenada, Miss. James Karr Hinton. Jr Collierville, Tenn. Frank West Hudglns Lubbock. Texas Shepard Jerome San Juan. P. R. Albert Carter Kimbrlel Drew. Miss. Majorie Therese KIster New Orleans, La. David Winder Laboulsse .... New Orleans, La. Edmund Lawrence Leckert, Jr. . New Orleans, La. Melvln Ross McCasklll Little Rock, Ark. Albert Wayne Magnltzky . . . New Orleans, La. Meredith Mallory, Jr Orlando, Fla. Andrew Smoak Marshall Perry, Ga. FRESHMEN Margaret Lamar Fulkerson . . . . E! Paso, Texas Zeno Cecil Holt Gruver, Texas Arden Howell New Orleans, La. Roy Eugene Hughes. II Gainesville, Fla. Riley Lynn Humphreys .... New Orleans. La. Henry Ralph Hyslop Parral, Chlh., Mex. Avrohm Jacobson Miami, Fla. Louise Pappe Jersak Kingfisher, Okla. Irwin Joffe Springfield, Mass. Grant Carl Johnson Noblesville, Ind. Clifford Harold Lassen . . . South Pasadena, Cal. William Philip Linss Dayton, Ky. Joseph Richard Mighell. Ill .... Mobile, Ala. Wliliam Charles Miller Abbeville. La. 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Phone RAymond 1204 CONSULT AN EYE PHYSICIAN FOR EYE EXAMINATION BARNETT OPTICAL CORPORATION WM. J. HAGSTETTE Prescription Opticians QUALITY — ACCURACY — SERVICE 833 Connmon St. RA. 7414 New Orleans, La. TURNING A SWAMP INTO JOBS In a remote corner of the Mississippi Delta, a waste of marshland has been converted into one of the nation ' s greatest Sulphur mines. This Grande Ecallle mine of the Freeport Sulphur Company is producing at top speed to supply America ' s wartime Sulphur needs and to help achieve ultimate victory. To the young men of Louisiana, the development of Grande Ecaille means even more than a source of Sulphur for steel, petroleum refining, rubber, pulp and paper, explosives, fertilizer and scores of other industries. It means new iobs, new livelihoods and new opportunities for those preparing today for the long years that stretch ahead. FREEPORT SULPHUR COMPANY NEW ORLEANS, LA. PORT SULPHUR, LA. NEW YORK, N. Y. FREEPORT, TEXAS JAUBERT BROTHERS THE HOME OF JUST BEHER SHIRTS All Cotton Goods 200 Magazine St. Mag. 3995 UNDERWOOD ELLIOTT FISHER COMPANY Typewriters, Accounting Machines, Adding Machines, Carbon Paper, Ribbons and other Supplies One Park Avenue New York, N. Y. 324 Camp Street, New Orleans, La. SALES AND SERVICE EVERYWHERE Laboratory Apparatus and Reagent Chemicals • • • • 1. L um CO., Limited Established 1868 NEW ORLEANS, LA. Opportunity ' ' Success or failure comes from within ' ... In this, the richest country in the World, there is good business ahead for those who have confidence in the future and themselves. The experience and facilities of this bank have started many small businesses on the road to success. Youth- ful industry will find the Whitney a valuable ally in planning for tomorrow. WHITNEY NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ORLEANS Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation There is a Whitney NATIONAL Bank in Your NEIGHBORHOOD Total Reserve $170,000,000 SuiCattR. QUALITY SELLS CLOVERLAND Pasteurized Grade " A " Milk of Superior Flavor and CLOVERLAND SUPREME ICE CREAM " DELICIOUSLY DIFFERENT " CLOVERLAND DAIRY PRODUCTS COMPANY Incorporated GALVEZ 4133 " IT CAME FROM ADLER ' S " Pride o-f ownership of merchandise purchased from Adler ' s is the customer ' s tribute to an unvarying adherence to standards upon which this business is founded. Coleman E. Adier Sons INCORPORATED Manufacturing Jewelers 722-724 Canal Street M. D. KOSTMAYER INSURANCE AND BONDS LIFE INSURANCE 709 UNITED FRUIT CO. BUILDING RAymond 6151 . . . where good things are not expensive, and inexpensive things HAVE to be good. oAclmux FINE APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN, BOYS AND GIRLS COMPLIMENTS OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS ROBERT S. MAESTRI MAYOR JESSE S. CAVE JOSEPH P. SKELLY DR. FRANK GOMILA FRED A. EARHART c ommefce J. A. MAJORS COMPANY MEDICAL BOOKS OF ALL PUBLISHERS 1301 Tulane Avenue NEW ORLEANS, LA. Medical Arts Building DALLAS. TEXAS s sua " A . t . ' " j fcfr-n " - -i. - ' ' - RENT THE EMBASSY CLUB Exclusively for your next dance and enjoy the conveniences that It alone can offer . . . portcachere, private parking, spacious porch, separate cocktail lounge, etc. Call DON PORTER WAInut 1077 Day or Nite UNITED FRUIT COMPANY 32! St. Charles Avenue NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA NEW ORLEANS ' MOST COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE Mail or Phone Your Order RA. 9611 ROEBUCK AND CO. FOf N erKLy fe ibl en i an ' s Our congratulations to the graduating class of 1942 and best wishes to those students who have yet to complete their task. !» A G SANDWICH SHOPS 8 Convenient Locations THIS BOOK IS BOUND IN A KINGSKRAFT COVER Manufactured by The Kingsport Press Incorporated KINGSPORT, TENN. Producers of Fine Covers for All Purposes FOR NEARLY A QUARTER CENTURY Quality Clothing for the Entire Family LABICHE ' S THREE ELEVEN BARONNE ARNAUD ' S CUISINE DELICIEUSE " Dans le Coeur du Vieux Carre " 811-819 Rue Bienville Ma. 5433 MANY SPECIALTIES WITH THE SUPREME FLAVOR. DISTINCTIVE OF NEV ORLEANS »x L ' EXTRAVACANCE du PARFAIT- IN WINES AS IN GOOD FOOD IT IS THE GOAL WORTH TRYING TO ATTAIN— WE ARE TRYING " KEEP YOUR CROWD TOGETHER Charter a Supercoach AIR-CONDITIONED CLEAN COMFORTABLE TECHE GREYHOUND LINES Offers convenient service daily to practically every section of the United States at astonishingly low prices LONG TIME LIMIT ON ROUND-TRIP TICKETS INQUIRE BUS STATION, CANAL, CORNER OF VILLERE Raymond 9371 ■BENNETT ' S Photo INC. MY CAMERA SLUNG ON MY SHOULDER- AND A PRETTY GIRL ON MY ARM! CAMERAS FILMS SUPPLIES What a combination! A pretty girl is like a melody — and a fine camera a joy ■forever. This modern " fun recorder " holds Sports! Picnics! School Days! — all these " past performances " on film for many years to come. Consider one today. • HOME MOVIE SCREENS • DARK-ROOM EQUIPMENT • MOVIE CAMERAS PROJECTORS EXPERT- KODAK FINISHING Fa st Service BENNETT ' S TLh Inc. Three-Twenty Baronne St. (Opposite Public Service BIdg. COMPLIMENTS OF NEW ORLEANS OFFICE LIBERTY i MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY ' ' your friend on the highway 819 Maritime Building RA. 7201 Flowers for All Occasions M 2600 St. Charles Avenue JA. 3944 JA. 2032 New Orleans, La. TERRY AND JUDEN Master Craftsmen With 20 Years of Experience and Service in Making, Naval, Army and Marine Uniforms 143 Carondolet St. RA. 6765 THE STORE THAT APPRECIATES YOUR PATRONAGE TSUIZL MAYER 1 = 11 LTD MAIN STORE COLLEGE SHOP 823 Canal Street Freret and Broadway 2240 Highland Avenue Birmingham EASTMAN. AGFA AND DUPONT FILMS Argus, Kodak, Leica, Contax, B H Cameras For Perfect Developing and Printing HarCam Ph tv Supply Shvp 2IS BARS7NNE St.. -New Orleans A K E Fl ower 1 TT K A Lay Of: A T A F lovoct- v 1 v - A;»v K Z ' IrJQ 0oshy 1©L©] , i K ?S A T a Flower Rose iiS) - ' " . 5 5) , i _— — k COMPLIMENTS OF FRIENDS OF THE UNIVERSITY ROBINSON LUMBER CO. LUMBER— CROSSTIES— PILING Delivered Anywhere In the World • MA. 3623 127 hHibernia BIdg. New Orleans, La. GEO. B. MATTHEWS AND SONS, INC. New Orleans, Louisiana Manufacturers of High Grade Horse and Mule, Dairy, Poultry Feed and Mashes " Stop at the Sign of the Flying Horse " RUCKSTUHL ' S SERVICE STATION Washing and Greasing — Complete Tire and Battery Service 6225 South Claiborne St. WA. 2225 WA. 9157 THE AMBASSADORS ORCHESTRA Sweeping the Campus In a Modern Miller Manner Thirteen Pieces With Music Sweet and Solid J. N. Faust— CR. 7855 Geo. Schroeder — FR. 5715 Town Clotkes . . . . . Country Clotnes Town and Country 1432 St. Charles Ave. FEE ' S RESTAURANT AND BAR QUALITY PACKAGED GOODS EXCELLENT FOOD 1419 Joseph St. UP. 9470 only a few yards to go . . . Washington Broad arrollton Cl orne Broadmoor Service Joe Rebaudo uptown 8789 Inut 0950 V Miro J frerei Robert ' L. J. Kerne jt WAInut 090 Howard Delacroix uptown 9088 Laurel Henry Clay Chas. Welnharf uptown 9101 ' EEH3 St. Charles Fern St. Charles Service WAInut 3353 Uptown Auto Supply. Inc., J. Ward Guillot, Pres. 4816 Prytania St. Upt. 7500 PAN-AM STATION Fern Hickory WAInut 7865 PAN-AM (Other Pan-Am Stations conveniently located in all parts of City.) RECORDS— PHONOGRAPHS— RADIOS Always the Latest COMPLETE STOCKS OF ALL RECORDS VICTOR— COLUMBIA— DECCA The Finest in Radios Magnavox and R. C. A. Victor at G. SCHIRMER OF LA., INC. 130 Carondolet St. New Orleans Stop at . . . MAPLE STREET SERVICE STATION OIL LUBRICATION TIRE BATTERY SERVICE Located near the Campus . . . 7503 Maple St. Wa. 9350 HAUSMANN, INC. 730 CANAL STREET MANUFACTURING JEWELERS SPECIALIZES IN FRATERNITY AND COLLEGE JEWELRY DINE AND DANCE AT J StnAl New and Modern RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE No Minimum or Cover Charge 5236 Canal Blvd. Au. 6641 FROM TO BUnONS BEDS . . . there ' s nothing you won ' t find here. Fashions, and furniture, costume jewelry, and china, shirts, and things for the kitchen sink ... we could go on forever. We ' re a whole shopping center rolled into five floors. V hatever it is, you ' ll find it at . . . h ' V C-the.AdmvRAl) TQP(RE:) I ' )P-[NLE.V TEARING- UIMS LP- AWAY RQM TUE D BS JkOWgl CHALMETTE OIL DISTRIBUTING CO., INC. FUEL OILS ALL TYPES ALL GRADES COMPLETE DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE Daily Tested for Quality — Accurate Meter Measuring Delivery Trucks Fuel Oil ESSO OIL BURNERS Sales — Insfallafions — Service All Ofher Makes Repaired — Serviced GAIvez 3 III YOU CAN HELP UNCLE SAM NOW! 1 w Tm m By tar buying War Stamps, you ' re helping to build planes, iks, boats ... to buy bandages ... by getting your stamps regularly, savings grow into bonds quickly. r BUY WAR STAMPS AND " LICK " THE OTHER SIDE Slw L-i- 5Ufv 1 iANS amps for sale for your convenience at our office at 317 Baronne Street, First Floor PUBLIC SERVICE, INC. NEW ORLE TO THE MEMBERS OF THE TULANE R. O. T. C. SENIOR CLASS CONGRATULATIONS AND MAY YOU SERVE GLORIOUSLY IN THE YEARS AHEAD Yours is a responsibility which will be as- sumed cheerfully and adnninisfered with all the honor and glory the heritage of Naval tradition has established. To you we extend our best wishes for your future success. hHolmes Naval uniforms are skillfully de- signed for best appearance, for complete comfort and durability, and are made to give long wear. Prices? Agreeably low. D. H. HOLMES CO Limited pointed o4f J V on J ailtaille, Ve eiiee Zn fAaviH( U4f. fD y u IIPII! SU e4J-e42J0 ' f Jlo444A.iana


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