Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA)

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THE YEAR BOOK OF TULANE kJ trj? -; ■• ' ' .a •• - PAUL C. POTTHARST Editor WILLIAM C. OWEN, JR Associate Editor CHARLES O. DONNAUD, III Business Manager : w-l UNIVERSITY AT NEW ORLEANS, L 5 f2 IN THIS VOLUME OF THE " JAMBALAYA " WE HAVE ATTEMPTED TO PRESENT A RECORD OF ONE YEAR OF OUR LIVES AS STUDENTS OF TULANE UNIVERSITY. IF, THEN, IN YEARS WHICH ARE TO COME, THIS BOOK WILL AID IN BRINGING BACK FOND REMEMBRANCES, IN RECALLING OLD FACES AND FRIENDSHIPS, AND THE DAYS WHICH WERE SO HAPPILY SPENT AT TULANE, THEN OUR EFFORT SHALL NOT HAVE BEEN ENTIRELY IN VAIN AND WE SHALL HAVE JUSTIFIED THE FAITH. THE EDITORS. M «vti S 1 .- i -i. ' w.t.jai ouvcd il 4 m ■ i:} ■ 9 OKcl Ct Uid A We honor Ensign Kendall H. Cram whose life was so intimately connected with the University, both as a student and later as graduate manager of student activities and director of the Alumni Association. It is altogether fitting that we pay tribute to the loyalty and devotion to duty which characterized his life and was reflected in his death. To his memory we respectfully dedicate this volume of the Jambalaya. THE HOnOR ROLL These men have made the supreme sacrifice in defense of their country. Josiah Dozier Bancroft Sylvain Clement Bouche Leon William Caraway Kendall Hutchinson Cram John Clyde Duckworth, Jr. Billy Yarborough Elliott Edward Kellerman Goodell John Mitchell Johnson, Jr. Felix Benjamin Long, Jr. Herbert James McCampbell, Jr. Cheri Anthony Miranne, III Garrold Harry Nungester William Francis Peak Ignatius Anthony Pelletere Hal Horace Perry, Jr. Nelson Randolph Slayton Richard Mark Smith Harry Eugene Teasley William Lee Tucker Jack William Wintle Samuel Zemurray, Jr. : ? ?: 5i !. ;, COMMISSIONED OFFICERS Front Row. Commander William O. Baldwin, USNR; Captain F. U. Lake, U. S. Navy (Ret.); Lieutenant Commander Edward T. Eves, U. S. Navy; Lieutenant Commander Samuel Sanders, Jr., USNR. Back Row: Lieutenant James S. Coleman, Jr., USNR; Lieutenant Commander Streuby L. Drumm, USNR (Ret.) ; Lieutenant Commander James W. Lucas, Jr., U. S. Navy (Ret.); Lieutenant Russel S. Wilkinson, USNR. Not Shown: Lieutenant Com- mander William D. Hodges. USNR. ■ 1 " 1 r " i h-r nr ISJ ' ' ' sm ' — 1 — — — 1 — i 1 ; 1 1. 1 — , — — ; — ♦; — . f -rH- — ' V,;- m 1 i . ,.,i s TlllANE UNIVERSITY U.S.NAVY .-.? : l. 4§ $ ' , I A ' ya a FIRST compfl FIRST PLATOON Platoon Commander, Lieutenant (jg) R. R. Perine; Platoon P. C, F rst P. O., N. C. Cromwell; Pla- toon Right Guide, Second P. O. Kleck. FIRST SQUAD Squad P. O. Third P. O., Squad Leader, St. Clair, Favrot, Murphy, R. A., Howells, Fant. SECOND SQUAD Murray, H. K.; Assistant Ad ms. Wellford, D. R.. Perkins, Gilbert, E. J., Squad P. O. Fourth P. O. Batty, Assistant Squad Leader Simpson, Schumann, H. M., Doswell. Kimble, Rosman, Murphy, L. P., Lob, Parkhouse, Flemi ng. THIRD SQUAD Squad P. O Fourth P. O. Fitzgerald, Squad Leader Wicker, Waguespack, Reed, Carpenter, Mayo, Trautman, Bryan. Assistant Schmitz, FOURTH SQUAD Squad P. O Fourth P. O. Darton, Assistant Squad P. O. Ramos, Rogerson, Joyner, Eason, Moore, Beythe, DeSimonIn, Taylor. - ' " V m u- ■ i. ■■. " - " ' wM ! « . ' t V " jfc fej IJPANY OFFICERS ommander, Lieutenant B. W. Dart, Jr. kub-Commander, Lieutenant C. F. Maginnis ' chief Petty Officer, W. L. Mossy, Jr. ' Bearer Second Petty Officer, L. M. King, Jr. SECOND PLATOON Platoon Commander, Ensign C, A. iurleson; Platoon P. 0.. First P. O. Labarre; Platoon Right Guide, Second P. 0. Bagot. FIRST SQUAD Squad p. 0. Third P. 0. Donnauld, Assistant Squad Leader Attenhofer, Stahl, Ellis, F. S , Herbst Johns, Vizard. Gilbert, J. H., Hall, Cha mbers. SECOND SQUAD Squad P. 0. Fourth P. 0, Campbell Assistan Squad Leader Perez, C. 0., Krieger, Burkes Bryant, Hayden, 1 Primos, Amann, Peyroux. THIRC SQUAD Squad P. 0. Fourth P. 0. Reboul, Assistant Squad Leader Turchin, Lore, Livaudais, R ooney, Be nnister. Ohmer Parra. FOURTH SQUAD Squad P. 0, Fourth P. O. Bernard, Assistant Squad Leader Stetdtman, LeBlanc, M. P., Sanford, Collins. Jordon C F., Hunter. McConnell, Strauss, Sh epherd. CAPTAIN T. B B R I T T A I N Commander T. B. Brittalr, " Captain " from March I, 1941, to January 19, 1943, who is now in command of the U.S.S. Monrovia. SECO compfln FIRST PLATOON Platoon Commander, Jeutenant ig) Mino ; Pla- toon P. O., First P. 0. McAfee; Pla oon Right Guide, Second P. O. Partridge. FIRST SQUAD Squad P. O., Third P . O. Bond; Assistant Squad Leader Bernhardt, Overstreet, LI vingston, Martin. Gaienn e. Jensen, H. C. Halvorsen. Ellis, W.. G raham. SECOND SQUAD Squad P. O., Fourth P . 0. Wellford, M.; A sslstant Squadron Leader Stancliff, McC grthy, Van Kirk, Ferguson, Bres, Waike , Babington , Bland. THIRD SQUAD Squad P. O., Fourth P O. Nyman ■ Assistant Squad Leader Dillon, Simoneau, Barnes, McLellan, Eddy, Wright Fox, McCorkie. FOURTH SQUAD Squad P. O., Fourth P. 0. McFaul ■ Assistant Squad Leader Sellers, Allen, G. E., Olsen, Hctard Rice, Wakeman, Hampton, Watrers, Fisch er. THE COLOR GUARD National Bearsr FIRST P. O. BIENVENU Battalion Color Bearer SECOND P. O. MURRAY Color Guard FOURTH P. O. OWEN Color Guard FOURTH P. O SUHREN -r- - - «-■« a S =a -r Pn _ . 1 ' 7_- COMPANY OFFICERS Company Cammtinder, Lieutenant G, E, Burgess, Jr.; Comp ' jny SubCommander, Lieutenant (jg) M. S. Poteri; Cornp.jrfy Chief Petty Officer, H. C. Daubert, -Jf - CjtynpLin Guidon Bearer. Second P, O. Kahao. ( p BATTALION STAFF Battalion Commander. Lieutenant Commander R. L. Parker; Battalion Sub- Commander, Lieutenant J. P. Brignac; Battalion Adjutant and Signal Officer, Lieutenant (jg) C. W. Frank, Jr.; Battalion Commissary Officer, Ensign J. T. Roberts; Battalion Quartermaster, Ensign R. B. Logan; Battalion Chief Petty Officer, E. J. Demarest. SECOND PLATOON Platoon Commander, Ensign Douglas; Platoon P First P. O. Pigman P. O. Caire. Platoon Right Guide, O., Second FIRST SQUAD Squad P. O., Third P. O. McLeod; Assistant Squad Leader (viclvlillan, O. J., Michael, W. Pastorek, Mc- Millan, E. L. Amoss Rand Robinson, Foss, Keiiet SECOND SQUAD Squad P. 0., Fourth P. O. Harvey; Assistant Squad Leader Schwarz, Maddox, Stuart, Eshleman, William- son, Simmons, Grillot. THIRD SQUAD Squad P. O., Fourth P. O. Heehs; Assistant Squad Leader Garaway, Kevlln, Devine, Brown, J. D., Chin, Thomas. Glass FOURTH SQUAD Squad P. O., Fourth P. O. Provensal; Assistant Squad DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS Commander, Lieutenant (jg) A. Lill; Corps First P. O., H. Chalstrom; Corps Second P. O.. F. Corales. CORPS Allee, Bush, Bate, Connell, A. M. Levy, Kidd, O. D. Schumann, Perloff, M. F. Stouse, Jr., Swayne. Witcher, Roach, Oster, Kiefer, Ferriss, Werlein. THIRD COMPANY OFFICERS Company Commander LIEUTENANT ADEY Company Sub-Commander LIEUTENANT (JG) ELLIS, C. J. Company P. O C. P. O. ANDERSON Company Guidon Bearer SECOND P. O. CROMWELL, R. P. FIRST PLATOON Platoon Commander, Lieutenant (ig) Desmond; Pla- toon P. O., First P. O, Ryniker; Platoon Right Guide, Second P. O. Purdum. FIRST SQUAD Squad P. O., Third P. O. Murray, W.; Assistant Squad Leader, Fitzpatrick, Frank, P. L., Simmons, F., Mc- Cutchen, J., Sherrouse, Wittiams, H. J., Stouse, M., McLane, Heausler, W. H. SECOND SQUAD Squad P. O., Fourth P. O. Davis, D. D.; Assistant Squad Leader Perkowski, B., Svendson, Doerries, Bruno, F. S., LeBlanc, R. E., Cragon, Duvic, M., Michael, M, A. THIRD SQUAD Squad P. O., Fourth P. O, Murhpy, W, C; Assistant Squad Leader Pursell, H., Goers, D. A., Rowland, J. M., Kolton, Ranna, Parpal, Burns, H. E, B., Gardeur, D. B. FOURTH SQUAD Squad P. O., Fourth P. O. Coate; Assistant Squad Leader Dart, S. P., Roseman, Kimzey, McGrew, Gar- Ziegler, R. M., Lewis, F. W. r iii .Mm mua T fi B i - • • 4 w . J t f SECOND PLATOON Platoon Commander, Ensign Pennebaker; Platoon P. O., First P. O. Andry; Platoon Right Guide, Second P. O. Gotschall. ; Assistant Squad Martinez, O. J., Williams, R. D., FIRST SQUAD Squad P. O., Third P. O. Ewii Leader Zeringer, Moran, F. C, McCord, W. P.. Clark, J. M., Ibele, W., Lacher, Grayson, C. J. SECOND SQUAD Squad P. O., Fourth P, O. Nolan, W. J.; Assistant Squad Leader Beatty, Bradburn, Rich, Woods, Swayze, Harris, Tangue, Cregar. THIRD SQUAD Squad P. O., Fourth P. O. Pritchard; Assistant Squad Leader Bryer, Bolton, Jenson, Leonhardt, Hoppmeyer, French, Buckner, Moise, L. L. FOURTH SQUAD Squad P. C, Fourth P. O. Daniel, W. E.; Assistant Squad Leader Cucullu, Mabry, McMahon, Hacker, Trufant, Munden, Wakefield, Mahler, K. A., Beck, J. D pflnv PETTY OFFICERS Kneeling: Thomas Anthony Farrell, C ?M, USNR; Charles Pierre Theriot, V3C, USNR; Stephen Bernard Webb, CSK, USN, (Ret.). Standing: George Leiand Lee, CTC, USN (Ret.); William Alpha Woods, CY, USN (Ret.); T. J. Lovvorn, C. Sp. (A), USNR. RIFLE TEAM First Row: D. Kleck, T. Bernard, T. Reboul, E. Sanford. J. Connell. Second Row: J. Ranna, S. Dart, C. Donnaud, H. Bate, B. Bannister. Third Row: H. Chalstrom, H. Bres, S. McGrew, B. Dart. A. Lill, B. Perkowski. . f-tf t- S i pailf - messflGE FRom During its 109th session, Tulane University, like the nation, has been transformed from a scene of peace time activity to an institution linked actively with the country ' s war effort. Many Tulane men are serving the Colors in far-off fields. Many students are enlisted in the armed services months ahead of graduation. The coming session will see many more on the campus, on active duty with the armed forces, engaged in training on the college level. Such universities as Tulane stand as the strongest bulwark of democracy and freedom. Without broad culture there can be no democracy. Without it there can be no enduring hope for any form of society to nurture the free man. Such things are won through knowledge and education. Your formal education here has been conducted pursuant to the most exalted conceptions of human life and destiny, and it is for a world toward which man is forever striving that you have been trained. It has been for you that Tulane University has existed. With a review of the past year, this book should indicate that the men and women of Tulane and Newcomb have prepared themselves for total war and expect to insure for themselves and their descendants a future worthy of their illus- trious past. RUFUS CARROLLTON HARRIS THE PRESIDENT RUFUS CRRROLLTOn HRRRIS ,l :t.- :i 3 4 " I. mif " M ' i 4 A GLIMPSE OF GIBSON HALL HOWARD-TILTON LIBRARY ' I — • " " •r ■ 4 LIBRARY PATIO « i- yiy Cfi f • n . v , v ' Nfl KA H P 4 E!-— ' : SHr B B " P, " ? " :m: . 5;Ci ; " ' —; =x; -r ■ ' — iS; ' : ' ? .-. EUTRANCE TO NEWCOMB GYM UNIVERSITY STUDENT CENTER DORMITORY TULANE GYMNASIUM McALISTER AUDITORIUM m ' ■■■ ' ■.. .i ■ ■ : ' M ijiu.y;x; i- -ii NORMAN MAYER MEMORIAL BUILDING SOCIAL SCIENCE BUILDING AcnvrnE V THE fl L u mm flssociflTion The Tulane Alumni Association 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 aluinnus is given an opportunity to serve and assist in the progress of the University. There are no membership dues, and all students FRANK S. CANNON President OFFICERS FRANK S. CANNON President LEONARD E. GESSNER Vice-President DR. D. L, KERLIN Vice-President RICHARD O. BAUMBACH Vice-President LESTER J. LAUTENSCHLAEGER .... Secretary E. CLAGGETT UPTON, JR Treasurer BEATRICE M. FIELD Director EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Arts and Sciences: A Watson Chapman, Francis C. Payne, C. Hermann Stolley. Commerce: John Byrd McDanlel, Jr., Harry A. Mon- roe. Jr., Gerald Andrus. Engineering: T. Baker Smith, Harold E. Meade. Graduate: David W. Godat, Mrs. Vernon Taylor, Mrs. Nina P. Davis. Law: Leon S. Cahn, Robert E. Brumby, Murray F. Cleveland. Medicine: Dr. Charles J. Bloom, Dr. J. Roy Theriot, Jr., Or Edward L King. Newcomb: Mrs. G. Eldridge Gillis, Jr., Miss Rochelle R. Gachet, Mrs. Robert A. Baker. School of Social York: Miss Bertha E. Schuermann, Miss Olive H. Biggar, Mrs. Miles B. Hutson. Representatives at Large: Robert A. Pierpont, Dr. Oliver Deichmann, Lienhard T. Kuhner, Miss Natalie Henican, Representatives on Athletic Council: Joseph L. Kil- leen, W. James Amoss. Albert V achenheim, Jr. 1942 Homecoming Committee. [. ' 6] E. CLAGGETT UPTON, JR., Treasurer; LEONARD E. SESSNER, Vice-President; FRANK S. CANNON, President; RICHARD O. BAUMBACH. Vice-President; LESTER J. LAUTENSCHLAEGER, Secretary. Upon leaving the University are entitled to membership in the Alumni Association. Through the medium o£ " The Tulanian " , alumni publication, former students of Tulane keep in close contact with friends and classmates. Since many of the alumni are no w in the armed services, a popular feature of the magazine is called " Tulanians in the Service " . This contains pictures of men in uniforms and data concerning their service. The Alumni Association has recently reorganized its class agent system which gives representation to every class in each college. The system will be permanent, and the agents will serve in whatever capacity the exigency of the University demands. The efficiency of the new system was demonstrated by the success of the war savings bond campaign conducted last year among the alumni. [27] BEATRICE M. FIELD Director, Alumni Relation STUDENT The Tulane Student Council is composed of the presidents of the various colleges of the University. Along with Miss Beatrice Field, the Graduate Manager of Student Activities, they plan the activities programs for the students. The members are: James Ely, Arts and Sciences; Ju lian Brignac, Commerce; Robert Grush, Engineering; Tom Harlee, Graduate School; James Erwin, Law; John Riddler, Medicine; Moonyeen Marion, Newcomb; and Thaid Morris, Social Work. It is the duty of the Student Council to represent the student body in all matters, and although most details of government are managed by the student body officers of each individual JAMES ERWIN President BEATRICE FIELD Graduate Manager of Student Activities JAMES ELY President of the College of Arts and Sciences COUNCIL college, the more important issues, such as election of all kinds, allotment of funds from the student fees to campus organizations, business contracts, selection of cheerleaders, and arbitration of disputes are under the jurisdiction of the Student Council. This year in line with the war effort they sponsored the very successful war chest and Red Cross drives, and the campaign to send cigarettes to service men overseas. This executive com- mittee has received the wholehearted cooperation of the members of the University in adapting to the many changes brought about by their accelerated program. Officers are: President, James Erwin; Vice-President, John Riddler; Secretary, Moonyeen Marion. I ROBERT BRUSH President of the College of Engineering JOHN RIDDLER President of the School of Medicine CHARLOTTE ANDERSON Secretary to the Graduate Manager MOONYEEN MARION President of Newcomb College JULIAN BRISNAC President of the College of Commerce nEUJComB HonoR board ' , . fc. ' EVA DOUGLAS President The Newconib Honor Board has jurisdiction over the con- duct of students in their relation to the college and to one another. At the beginning of the school year each fresh- man is orientated into the Honor System by taking a pledge, before the Honor Board, to abide by the regulations of Newcomb ' s Honor System. All cases of violations of the regulations of the Honor System are handled by the Honor Board. A girl who is a vio ' ater of some rule of the Honor System is penalized by the Honor Board according to her violation and the circumstances. The Honor Board also supervises elections, keeping the polls, counting the votes, etc. This year ' s president, Eva Douglas, has received perfect cooperation from all the Honor Board members and the other officers, Vice-President, Phyllis Watson; and Secretary-Treasurer, Shirley Dunlap, in fulfilling the purposes of the Honor Board — to maintain within Newcomb College a high standard of integrity and personal character. t30J The Resident Student Government Association is composed of representatives of the four dormitories. The purpose of this council is to provide self government for the resident students and to act as a jury in cases of violation of dormi- tory rules. The council has the power to mete out punishment, in the form of restriction to campus, to the offenders. As other student government bodies, the Resident Student Government Association is run on the honor system. Its officers for the past year were: Margaret Ann Williams, President; Frances Cash, Warren House President; Harriet Line, Doris Hall President; Innes Glynn Ellis, Secretary; Betty Ann Caldwell, West Wing President; J. L. House, Mary Sheppard; East Wing President, J. L. House. MARGARET ANN WILLIAMS President nEUJComB DORmiTORv council HP B wS ? H ■■j B ■r P B H JHK ' o L fcf ■ji ' " B r % HL 4 H IT. JH S J ijf 1 [JU kl HEUJCOmB STUDEdT GOUERnmEIIT flSSOCIRTIOn MEMBERS Yvonne Anderson, ' 43 Kay Brash, ' 43 Marlon Byrne, ' 45 Connie Claverie, ' 43 Eva Douglas, ' 43 Dorothy Ecuyer, ' 43 Connie Faust, ' 46 Carolyn Graham. ' 44 Julia Hertzfeld, ' 43 Nita Kidd, ' 43 Jerry Udell. ' 44 Moonyeen Marion, ' 43 Adele Reditt, ' 45 Evelyn Stolaroff. ' 43 Eleanora Perilliat. ' 44 Mary Elizabeth Sweatt, ' 43 Norinne Vincent, ' 43 Shirley Wiederecht, ' 44 Margaret A. Williams, ' 43 The Newcomb Student Government Association is the organization of student self-government at Newcomb. It consists of a legislative element, the Student Body, com- posed of the members of the college; an executive element, the Student Council which is composed of the officers of the Association, the President of the Honor Board, the President of the Schools and Classes, and the President of most major organizations; and a judicial element, the Honor Board composed of elected members. The Student Council with the President of the Association as its chairman, is the piloting unit of the self-governing body of students. It carries out the legislation of the Associa- tion and suggests any that may prove beneficial to it, charters all clubs and organizations, forms a basis for co- operation between faculty and students, and at all times embodies in its actions the active and creative spirit and ideals of an association of able and adult individuals. Officers for the past year were: Moonyeen Marion, President; Nita Kidd, Vice-President; Jerry Liddell, Cor- responding Secretary; Adele Redditt, Recording Secretary; Shirley Wiederecht, Treasurer. [32] The Student Center Council, under the direction o£ Mrs. Morphy, has carried on very successfully this year in getting the students to make more use of the Student Center. A " Meet the Team " party started off the year with hot dogs and coffee and a spectacular array of muscle men. The ghosts and goblins took over at Halloween, and for Christmas old St. Nick paid a visit with a sack full of toys and candy. The doors of the Student Center were thrown open after the basketball games and the weekly Saddle Shoe Stomps were added to by an occasional orchestra. MRS. CLIFFORD MORPHY Social Secretary STUDERT CEIITER COUHCIL Seated: Mrs. Morphy, Tim Grain, Jackie Labry. Standing: Virginia Bonck, Anne Bon ham, George McCaskey, Bob Murphy, Louis McFaul, Betty Morphy, Cora Levine. CHARLIE SPIVAK Lagniappes is an organization formed to promote school dances. Remember the Homecoming Dance? What a time was had by all with Queen Dottie Ecuyet and President Tom Bernard leading the grand march. Last year Charlie Spivack and Nick Stewart played. This year Alexander ' s ever- popular orchestra provided the music, and couples crowded the floor as always. And what about the Sophie and Paul Dance that was given in the spring? Midst cheering and applause the typical boy and girl students of Tulane University were selected and will reign as Sohpie and Paul for the year of ' 43. Here ' s for more and better student dances in the years to come! Left to right: Seated. Ellenora Perrillat, Tom Benard, Dorotdy Ecuyer. Standing; First Row, Irwin Poche, Mary Sweatt, Margaret Joacliim, Yvonne Anderson. Gloria Monninger. Charles Donnaud. LflCniflPPES Standing: Second Row, Carey Ellis, Tom Holmes, Dan Verges, Leiand Montgomery Ed Martin. [34; PUBLICRTIOn BOARD The Publication Board this year is noted for its addition of a Newcomb representative to the honorable assemblage of activity bosses and the presence of the first girl ever to edit the " Hullabaloo " . Other members are the Editor and Business Manager of the " Jambalaya " , the Business Manager of the " Hullabaloo, " a Student Council representa- tive and one from each college who must be a class president or otherwise a " smart, active, sound judging " man who holds a class office. The Chairman of the Board is the President Seated; Claverie, Erwin. Monninger. Standing: Brignac. Pottharst, King, Logan. GEORGE E. SIMMONS of the Student Council. Mr. George Simmons and Miss Bea Field keep this " ever-discussing " board from going on endlessly and advise action. 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 " Hulla " and " Jamb " . GLORIA MONNINGER Editor-in-Chief Tulane Staff, THE TULflHE HULLflBflLOO EDITORIAL STAFF GLORIA MONNINGER Editor-in-Chief EDWARD B. BALDINGER. JR Associate Editor KAY BRASH Newcomb Editor RICHARD HODES Sports Editor STEVE PERKINS Assistant Sports Editor CORA LEVINE Feature Editor JACKIE LABRY Society Editor IRWIN POCHE Staff Photographer ALICE DALY Staff Cartoonist GERALD SIMON Sports Reporter JANE MILLET Columnist BILL MINOR Columnist H. J. WILLIAMS, JR Columnist BOB RATELLE Columnist Something new was added this year. And a tradition was broken in the guise of Gloria Monninger, blonde bombshell, who became the first girl to edit the Hullabaloo in the history of Tulane. Gloria stood for streamlined makeup, timeliness, and excellent news coverage. Characterized by its balanced makeup, the Hulla gathered new friends on and off the campus this year. It deserves the traditional laurel wreath for changing the conventional editorial page to one minus column rules. It maintained a wide awake appearance by the use of white space and heavy black heads to set off the editorials and columns. Cartoons were made to conform with the lead editorial or news story each week. Like everything else, the Hulla had its ups and downs. One edition was a day late in appearing, because it broke a Navy story too soon, and had to burn a week ' s supply of foolscap. A congratulatory letter from the editor of the 24th H ' tl ' ttes, official paper published at Fort Benning, Ga., where the Tulane Medical Unit is stationed, was one of the things of which the diminutive editor is proudest. Other items of pride were a book review by Commander T. B. Brittain, formerly of the R.O.T.C., and the broadcast of an editorial written by Bill Smolkin. Monninger ruled the jurnalistic roost with a firm but gentle hand, and kept the inclined-to-wander staff in tow. The inevitable fixtures, the junior reporters, were busy [36] towing the blue pencil line. Minor ' s column, Highway, was taken over by an unknown soul named " Moe " , who articulated on everything form the erstwhile victory garden at Tulane, to Eleanor Roosevelt, the vice-president. Now it can be told that Millet, of Grist fame is a girl, whose column highlighted the editorial page with a hodge podge of information. Ed Baldinger, quiet and methodical, changed horses in mid-semester, by vacating the sports editorship to become associate editor, in the absence of Eleanor Crouch, the molasses-on-the-up-take girl, who left school via the graduation process. Kay Brush, who speaks the Queen ' s English, wielded the copy pencil over the Newcomb page. Dick Hodges, sports editor, appeared on Tuesday with copy and girl in tow. G. W. Ford, former feature editor, left Cora Levine to hold down the forst when he was whisked away from school to become one of Uncle Sam ' s favorite nephews. Leonard King, business manager, dropped in occasionally to set six pages with variations per week. Irwin Poche, Jr., camera in hand, always turned up on blue Tuesdays (copy day) to heckle the gals. It was an eventful year. The Navy couldn ' t make up its mind, and the Hulla went crazy over its indecision. But the staff came through with flying colors, and kept the rag from falling apart. LEONARD M. KING, JR. Business Manager ED BALDiNGER Associate Editor KAY BRASH Newcomb Editor BUSINESS STAFF LEONARD M. KING, JR Business Manager FRANCES HENSON . . . Assistant to Business Manager YVONNE WOODWARD Circulation Manager JOE PARTRIDGE Subscription Representative PIERRE DUPONT Advertising Salesman JOHN FANZ Advertising Salesman RICHARD LEVY Advertising Salesman NORMAN CONROY Advertising Salesman RICHARD WERLEIN Advertising Salesman THEO HARVEY Advertising Salesman EMAY BUCHANAN Sales Representative SALLY MOSS Sales Representative EVALYN STOLAROFF Art Newcomb Staff. [37] PAUL C. POTTHARST Editor-in-Chief EDITORIAL STAFF PAUL C. POTTHARST Editor-in-Chief WILLIAM C. OWEN, JR Associate Editor LAWRENCE L. ZERINGER Assistant Editor JOHN W. FANZ Feature Editor JOHN HILL Sports Editor RICHARD WERLEIN Assistant H. J. WILLIAMS, JR Assistant PERRY L. BROWN Feature Photograptier IRWIN POCHE Staff Photographer NEWCOMB CONNIE CLAVERIE Newcomb Associate Editor CAPPY SAUNDERS Assistant PAT DILLON Assistant SYLVIA CHARBONNET Assistant AUDREY CHARBONNET Assistant ROSARY BYRNE Assistant HARRIETTE CREAGAN . " Assistant HELEN TURNER Assistant BARBARA BROWN Assistant MICKEY PARLOUR Assistant CHARLES O. DONNAUD, III Business Manager The staff poses. [ THE JflmBflLflVfl This is your record of the past year. We hope that looking through it will bring back many pleasant memories. We have been forced by economic and material shortages to make quite a few changes this year, which we think have turned out pretty well. Anyway, we ' ve had a lot of fun pre- paring it. We hope that you have as much reading it. BUS CHARLES O. DONNAUD, JAMES BRYAN INESS III . STAFF . . . . Salesman RICHARD WERLEIN MAX MICHAEL . . WALTER MICHAEL MILLIE MORT . . Salesman Art Work f V ILLIAM C- OWEN, JR. Associate Editor X- LAWRENCE L 2ERINGER Assistant Editor f CONNIE CLAVERIE Newcomb Associate Editor Jambalaya Staff. THE GREenBflCKERS This year the Greenbackers are proudest of their brainchild, the T.C.V.C. What started out as an idea by which Green- backers could aid the war effort wound up being a well established organization of city-wide fame. Throughout the football season the boys and girls who make up this school spirit organization prepared the bon fires that reminded the Green Wave of the students who were rooting for the team. Officers for the past year were: Tom Holmes, president, and Lucinda Hill, secretary. John Allee Richard Andry A. A. Baltazar Wayne Beard June Beyer Doris Billingsly Robert Bond Sally Brooks Ross Cahal, Jr. MEMBERS EUse Cambone Sonny Cambell Ben Catlin Horace Chalstrom Constance Claverie Sarah Lee Creekmore Marie Louise Cuquet Heber Darton Patricia Dillon Helen Duvic Philip Duvic William Feldman Betty Finnegan Warren Garfeinkel Edward Gilly Joe Goldberg, Jr. Louis Graham Emory G ' -aves Cal Hadden William Handcock William Heausler Richard Heeks Lucinda Hill Joe Hirsch Richard Hodes Thomas Holmes Lyail Howell, Jr. Nick Joyner Eleanor KIdd Jackie Labry James Lamantia Ralph Levy Shirley Lidell Sam Logan Robert Low Mary Frances Lowe Elizabeth Ann McGehee Sc ha urn berg McGehee Charles Maginnis Barbara Mann Jack Mestler Letty Mlranne Frotcher Muller Warren Nolan MEMBERS Allen Oden Bill Owen Lester Ozio, Jr. Christine Paris Jo Ann Pincus Alec Primrose William Provensal, Jr Herbert Purcell, Jr. William Quealy James Quinn Nigel Rafferty Calista Rault Earl Robinson Ernest Roth Elizabeth Schmidt Nola Schmldtt Elaine Schneider Evelyn Senter Jane Sidenback William Stahl Barbara Stuart Malcolm Stouse A. C. Suhren, Jr. Marion Wellford Floyd Williamson Laurence Zerlnger L40] MEMBERS IN TULANE Edward Allenberg James Assunto Milton Bienvenu Carl Brannan Leon Bultman Lewis Clements Tim Crain Charles Donnaud Jules Dreyfus Bob Duffy Pete Dupont Clarence Dupre Alvin Fletrich Rodger Gardener Bill Seagen Alvin Gottschall Theo Harvey Stons Merwin Jamieson Leonard King Allen Lill Howard Marx John McGraw Leiand Montgomery David Moore Herbert O ' Donnell William Patton Chalin Perez Irwin F. Poche, Jr. Paul Pottharst John Roberts Jack Robertson Jack Robinson Fred Schuber Bob Senter Stickney T U R K S MEMBERS IN NEWCOMB Betty Biane Lyie Sis del Marmol Moonyeen Marion Joy Clay Dorothy Ecuyer Mary Guest Ida May Haydn Eve Heineman Mable Hochendel Carolyn Howell Nita Kidd Co ra Levine Carolyn Loeb Elleanora Perriliat Harriott Phelps Hazel Schofield Elsa Schwartz Evalyn Stolaroff Ann West Margaret Ann Williams Mary Wineman The Tulane University Rooters Klub, originally designed as a school spirit organization, has now donated its services to the furtherance of the war effort and is a member of the T.C.V.C. One of the outstanding projects of Turk for this year was the war bond and stamp drive, put on at the Homecoming football game, which proved to be very suc- cessful. Turk has continued to put on displays at the football and basketball games. Turk also sponsored the Paul and Sophie dance which was a unique event on the Tulane campus. Officers for the past year were: Leonard King, president, and Carolyn Loeb, secretary. m d fmTl te ? O f k DR. MONROE LIPPMAN Director THE TULflne THeATRE The Tulane University Theatre completed its fifth season under Dr. Monroe Lippman with a return from the confusion of William Saroyan ' s " Jim Dandy " to the reality of Owen Davis ' modern mystery comedy, " Mr. and Mrs. North " , and the robust humor of Shakespeare ' s " Twelfth Night " . After opening the sixth season with Booth Tark- ington ' s " Clarence " , the Theatre cooperated with the Tulane-Newcomb Choral groups in the production of the " Pirates of Penzance " . The Theatre next presented to the campus the nuisance Evelyn Heath in Twelfth Night. MR. AND MRS. NORTH Wilde and Eunson ' s " Guest in the House " . At this writing the fourth play of the year has not yet been announced. This year the Theatre has entertained 100 soldiers at each performance. Last yea r " Mr. and Mrs. North " was presented at La Garde Hospital. Next season the Theatre plans to take a more active part in the war effort by touring nearby army camps- ACTIVE MEMBERS Evelyn Bertrand Barnett Branson Hene Bennett Jane Boswell Lenore Caldwell Audrey Chevis Barbara Clennens Lewis Clennents Derdre Crager Larry Dillon Tony Edwards Daniel Gladstone Esther Finegold Doris Jean Franke! PROBATIONARY MEMBERS Francis Fort Gloria Huttner Ann Johnson Arrolyn King Elizabeth Klipsteln Katherlne Knighten Allen Knolle Marilyn Kaffle Jean Lambou Dorothy Lennox Betty Macintosh Sheila Marsh Mary Morris Frank Moran Dodle Nichols Floyd Roos Julanne Rose hlelen Rutland Earllne Rutter Adah Schnider Douglas Schumann Virginia Seale James Sennett Harriet Stern Bill Well Courtney B. Winchester Claude Vallet INACTIVE MEMBERS Ruth Lippman Iredell Jenkins R. R. Kirk George Allen Evelyn Anderson Helen Ascher James Assunto Doris Berthelot Doris Billlngsley Dorothy Brock Joan Brooks Louise Brigham Kay Brash Anthony Bruno Nan Bryne Catherine Chadwick John Chamberlln William Chamblin Barbara Conroy Norman Dlnhofer Charles Donnaud Ellen FItzglbbon Edward Graff Patsy Gibbens Rose Mary Helman Julia Herzfeld Rosemary Janssen Lawson Jenkins Lloyd Lacher Florence Lanier Harriet Laird Katherine Laird James Lamanlia Edward Lashman Joan Leva Jean Levy Jo-Ellyn Levy Oscar Levy Richard Levy Tess Levy Monroe Lippman Lorraine Lyons Mickey McGuIre Mabel McMurray Barbara Mann George Manning Jeanne Marcoux Arthur Meisel Julian Miester Aubrey Moore Beverley Morse Charlotte Myrick Lester Ozio Etta Mae Palmlsar Louise Peterman Earl Peyroux Shirley Pic Helen Pope Eleanor Porter Cala Sue Reid Alma Riess Martha Ann Rodgers Daphne Roy Marion Schexnayder Ami Sear Virginia Sidney Betty Smedes Ruth Allen Smith Jacqueline Soudens Evelvn Stolaroff Magdeline Strumm Jean Thibodoux Amelie Umbach David Verlander Herbert Vogel Bobbie Jo Volkert Cecile Well Connie Lee Weiner Doris Weinstein Dorothy Westover Barbara Lee Wilhile Robert Woolley mflTHEmflTICS CLUB MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY PHILIP J. ALSPACH ARTHUR C. APFFEL JACK BECKER DAVE BERNHARDT RUTH BIGGERS JUNE BREITENBACH RUTH CALZADA JOHN CHAMBERS, JR. GRACE CHARBONNET PHILIP CLOSMANN FLORENCE COYNE HELEN MAE DASPIT KENNETH DECOSSAS EVA DOUGLAS BETTY DURLAND GREGORY S. FERRIS EUGENE FRISCH JENNIE BELL GERMANN SYDNEY GOMLEN, JR. HERMAN J. HAUPT The " Math Club " was organized in 1940 by a group of students who thought they ' d like to enjoy a little more Euclid and Pythagoras than they got in their classrooms. With the assistance of the faculty, the organization has steadily gained prominence on the campus, and now boasts of over thirty future Einsteins. Highlight of the year was a freshman contest with a loving cup for a prize. Officers for the past year were: Joseph Zemmer, President; Irwin Isaacson, Vice-Presi- dent; Ruth Biggers, Recording Secretary; Robert Jacks, Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY JIM HENINGER . JOHN HIDALGO IRWIN ISAACSON, JR, ROBERT L. JACKS MELVIN JUNG, JR. A. METZ KAHN ETHELDA KARRER ESTHER LEVIN ALLEN LILL MARILYN L. McNEIL WALTER J. MARTINEZ ORO W, MORLIER GRACE MURPHY HAROLD ROSEN ERNEST ROTH, JR, JOHN PIERRE ST, RAYMOND DAN SCHARFF, JR. MARY AGNES SULLIVAN HILDA ZIIFLE JOSEPH L. ZIMMER [44] CflPELLfl CHOIR One of the most vital choral organizations is the A Capella Choir composed of a selected group of both Tula ne and Newcomb students and directed by Professor Maynard Klein. Not only does it give an annual spring concert but also participates in many campus activities such as singing for graduations, the Memorial Day Service, and the Easter Sunrise Service. However, it does not confine itself to college functions, for realizing its duty in the war effort, a trip was made to Camp Shelby by the group and four concerts were given for the service men. TULflHE GLEE CLUB The Tulane Glee Club is one of the oldest musical organiza- tions on the campus. Its purpose is to provide an organization which affords those interested the opportunity to sing. To those who participate it is a means of securing fellowship and cultural advancement. The club ' s repertoire is diversified and voluminous and ranges from the classics to negro spirituals and American college songs. The club gives concerts both in and out of the city and appears frequently on radio programs. It periodically combines with the Newcomb Glee Club to form the Festival Choir. Maynard Klein. Director MEMBERS First Tenors Sam Amy Sonny Campbell E. J. Hodge J. K. Lees J. R. Murray Alton Ochsner Leonard Pesses Roger Reeves George Small Joe TIppit Second Tenors John Allee John Crowther Manuel Duvic Richard Lee Campbell Logan Lawrence Mitnick Aubrey Moore Donald Wellford Marion Wellford Robert Woolley Baritones George Allen Erwln Hecker Richard Allen Calvin Hoppmeyer Philip Alspach Paul Jacobson Pearce Brad burn Frank Kennedy Arnold Cembalesl Douglas Levy Campbell Cooksey William McDowell N. C. Cromwell Francis Murphy Herman Duncan John Neel Warren Gadpaille N. C. Pharr Kearny Hacker Luis Prieto Rufus Harris Stone Stickney Basses Fred Anepohl Tom Bernard Albert Bolton Henry Dauterlve Walter Doell James Ooswell Frederick Ebel Warren Garfunkel Wilmer Hlnrichs Rodney Jung C. A. Lomax William Martin David Moodie Robert Ratelle The Glee Club at practice. George Simmons The University Chorus neuucomB glee club The Newcomb Glee Club is a very active organization on the campus, with a membership of 180 girls. Each year the club makes many public appearances, culminating in a joint concert with the Tulane Glee Club in the spring. Other important appearances this year constituted singing on the first Campus Night of the season, and also in a concert with the large Festival Choir. The music that is sung is not only in the light popular vein, but it is one of the aims of the group to further and promote the compositions of the great masters. Altos: R. Banister L. Evans D. Karter B. Roberts M Bevill H. Flower P. Lamarie B. Schreier J, Beniamin M Flower E. Lenfant V. Seale B. Bloch D. Frankel M. Lenfant B. Smedes Ivl Brochman J. Graves J. McGivney R. Smith G. Brown F. Guldry J, McNIven A. South J. Chandler K. Hahn L. Malone C Spiller A. Charbonnet M Harris C. Menendez B. Strong G. Charbonnet M Hathaway C. Mugnier R. Talley L. Clennent V. Heil J. Nyland G Thomas M Cuquet S. Heiman M Oliver K. Verlander H. Daspit J, Heymann E. Perdomo S. Weil H del Marmol K. Howard R. Power J. Wheelaha R. Dravo H. Hyman A. Redditt B. Woolf First Soprano: M Obler A. Galle S O ' Leary P. Gibbons P. Baker D. O ' Nell B. Greenwald G Baldinger E. Palmisano P. Grahan J. Barkerding C Paris V. Harper 1. Bennett M Parlour P. Hay A. Bonham A. Ramsey 1. M. Hayden M Bonnie J. Reynolds A. Higgison M Boston F. Rlcker M Hill L. Chalona D. Roy J. Hirsch C. Chisholm M Schilling B. Jenny H. Clayton J. Silberberg M Joachim B. Clemens L. Smart A. Johnson E, Crais V, Smart A. Jones A. Dendinger K. Smith E. Kidd D. Eaves W Stafford M Knight H. Edwards B. Terroy J. Lanier J. Elbe P Tobin D. Lenox C. Ellis B. Wainwright F. Liddell J. Fernandez C. Wiener B. B. Lyle J, Goltman C. Winchester M McDonough P. Goltman D. McGuire P. Goodwyn Second Soprano: B. McLeod J Gottchall 1. C. Madden K. Gould M Allen A. Marmon B. Granberry R. Ambler M Marullo J Hackett E. Anderson M Mathews H. Hawkins A. Baker O. Moran D. Hecht D. Baker M Morris M Horn J. Beck B. Morse J. Horn C. Bensabat R Muller D. Hyatt J. Bonner E. Newell E. Kenan M Bose E. Nochlin W Knight J Boswell P. Patterson K. Knighton S. Campbell E. Perrilllat H Laird G Colle H Pierce K. Laird D. Coons E. Porter E. Landry R. Copenhaver M Quibler . F. Lanier J. Dabney E. Reich L. Lempke P. Dickman G. Smith A. Luehrmann E. Dicks S. Sugg L. Lyons J. Donnan W Swain A. Marechal C. Dreffous N. Vincent M Marquer J. Durland J. Wall B. Mcintosh D. Ecuyer R. Wafts C. Milhas M Elliot D. Weinsteln J. Murphy R. Ferlisi M Wllberf J, Nichols L. Gajon H. Williams THE TULflne BRHD Most of the student activities have felt the effect of the war this year and the band is no exception. In November, Mr. J. J. Morrissey was appointed to the Specialist Corps of the U. S. Army with the rank of Captain. He was succeeded by Mr. T. S. Harllee, under whose direction the band continued successfully its program of activities. A marching band of 65 members played for all of the games, but at the end of the football season, members beg an leaving to join various branches of the armed forces, thereby forcing plans for the annual Spring Concert to be abandoned. However, the members who remained in school continued to practice until the fateful day when it was announced that the band room was to be used for other activities in the Navy training program at the University. At this time, rehearsals were tempo- rarily discontinued, while a new home for the band was being found. The band continued to rehearse at night, along with the University Symphony Orchestra, assisting in the preparation of the first performance in New Orleans of Handel ' s great composion for band. The Royal Fireworks Music. The Band on the Field Between Halves. Ji rm m [49] JUDSON DEMAREST President JOHN T. ROBERTS Vice-President PETER FERGUSON Secretary SAM LOGAN Treasurer OFFICERS William Patton John Caraway Daniel Verges CABINET MEMBERS Wendell Brock Lyall Howell G. W. Ford Clyde Noble Gordon Heffron vounG men ' s CHRisTinn RssociflTion Students at Tulane University have fund the Y. M. C. A. one of the most active and beneficial of the organizations on the campus. The Tulane " Y " recognizes that the students at a university are conscious of a need for moral improvement that is not given by the bare facilities of the University itself. It is non-secretarian and invites into its membership all students who are genuinely prepared to seek the truth of the Christian faith in terms of thought, practical daily living, and in relation to their social responsibilities. The " Y " is campus-wide in its scope. It is not a group of students out of touch with the life of the University, but a group of Christians who are seeking to serve the student body as a whole. In all its undertakings it tries to reflect credit to the University, give unity and pur- pose to the student body, and personal development to the individual student. [50] Among its events, the Newcomb Y. W. C. A. participates actively in Freshman Orientation Week, gives a Christmas party for the student body and faculty, and sponsors with the Tulane Y. M. C. A. the Easter Sunrise Service. Throughout the year the " Y " holds a variety of programs which aims at promoting school spirit and fellowship between the students and faculty. The meetings are held weekly, usually in the " Y " Room in the J. L. House. Membership is open to the entire student body. Officers are Yvonne Anderson, President; Dotty Bonnett, Vice-President; Martha Ann Rogers, Recording Secre tary; Innis Ellis, Corresponding Secretary; Dorothy Schneider, Treasurer; Miss Beth Jarman, Executive Secretary. The Cabinet members are Ruth Biggers, June Conravey, Marie-Louise Cuquct, Eva Douglas, Frances Fort, Eve Heinemann, Jerry Liddell, Shirley Liddell, Toby McCarty, Elaine McFauI, Betty Smedes, Margaret Wiedorn. vounc ujomEn ' s CHRiSTinn flssociflTion V UJ c Evelyn Anderson Yvonne Anderson Gayle Baldinger Willie Barnes Ellie Battalora Jackie Beck Clara Louise Bernard Janice Bernardi Marlorie Berry Evelyn Bertrand Ruth Biggers Dorothy Bonnett Madeleine Bose Kay Brash Leila Bridger May Bridger Dorothy Brock Anna Marie Cannaday Lois Chalona June Chandler Grace Char bonnet Audrey Chevis Ida Chung Joy Clay Titine Clark Gloria Colle June Conravey Barbara Conroy Rita Copenhaver Florence Coyne Evelyn Crajs Marie Louise Cuquet Josephine Dabney Connie Danna Helen Daspit Anna Dendinger Patty Dickman Katharine Doug las Eva Douglas lone Orackett Joan Durland Dorothy Dyke Carolyn Earl Juliet Ebel Phyllis Eckert Mary Ann Eliott Innis Ellis Kathleen Ellis Margaret Ellis Juanlta Fernandez Ellen Fitzgibbon Mary Louise Fltzslmmons Mabel Louise Flowers Frances Fort Lois Gajan Annabelle Galle Laura Genaro Joy Gomes Beth Greenwald Gloria Gresse Gene Hassinger Patty Hay Eve Heinemann Ruth Heino Thora Hickerson Kay Hopnett Lillian Hodnett Marian Hopkins Mary Hom Jonnie Horn Louise Horn Gloria Huttner Agnes lannazo Nita Jacobi Betty James Betty Jenny Ann Jones Arrolyn King Mary Knight Wilma Knight Shirley Kross Jean Lambou Ethelyn Lenfant MyrI Lenfant Frances Liddell Jerry Liddell Shirley Lidell Virginia Loebllch Marlfrances Lowe Betty Blain Lyie Mary Lou Maguire Yolande Marchesseau Jeanne Marcoux Glcria Marks Ann Marmon Toby McCarty Elaine McFauI Sybil McGee Marilyn McNeil Jane McNIven Bettye Menendez Marilyn Miller Kathleen Mlze Marion Mlze Mary Morris Charlotte Mugnier Rosemary Muller Charlot-te Myrick Merle Myrick Elsie Nieison Leiia Mays Obier Etta Mae Palmlsano Mimi Patron Patty Patterson Eleanor Porter Betty Pourciau Betty Read Alma Riess Martha Ann Rodges Mathilde Ross Helen Rutland Earline Rutter Jo Schneider Virginia Scale Gloria Shearin memBeRS Mary Virginia Sidney Betty Smedes Ruth Allen Smith Jackie Souderes Wiidora Swain Betty _Terroy Ann I relies Purlta Trelles Dorothy Tugel Dorothy Twyman Dorothy Verlander Audrey Vlcknalr Miriam Viosca Lucille VonderHaar Betty VorbuEch Marilyn Wagner Betty Wainwright Frances Walther [51] Caraway, Derbes, Wright. King Bruno. ORflTORicflL nno DeBRTinG council The Oratorical and Debating Council sponsors all forensic activities at Tulane. During its long period of existence, the Council has succeeded in achieving its goal of creating and fostering an interest in debate on the campus and of ably representing Tulane at all inter-collegiate debate tournaments. Restrictions on travel this year have com- pelled the Council to confine its activities to non- decision debates with the local high schools. The officers are John Baraway, President, and Victor Hess, Secretary- Treasurer. DCBflTinG TEflm This year was to have been a " banner " one for the Tulane Debating Team as most of the members from last year ' s team were returning but the transportation problem interferred. Under the guidance of their new coach and faculty adviser, Mr. Ray Forrester, plans were laid to visit nearby colleges and attend several tournaments. How- ever, the team had to be content with local debates, cul- minating with a non-decision affair against the University of Southern California. Members of the team were: Frank Bruno, John Caraway, Max Derbes, Victor Hess, Leonard King, Bob Woolley, and Bill Wright. [52] This organization was founded to promote interest in debating and public speaking. The activities consist of debates and discussions at club meetings as well as contests with other col- lege teams. In the past there have been debate against Oxford, University of Texas, N. Y. U., L. S. U., and others, but since Pearl Harbor, traveling difficulties have pushed this more pleasant side of forensics out of the picture. Besides out-of-town contests, the club takes part in an annual student-faculty debate, the yearly Glendy Burke-Jennie C. Nixon debate, and two prize debates: for the George Prize and the Nixon Prize. There are no eligibility require- ments for membership; interest is all that is needed. jEnniE ni»on DEBATE CLUB OFFICERS EVE HEINEMANN President KAY BRASH Chairman BEVERLY WOLF Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Emily Badt Gertrude CIenfa+ Marilyn Kaffle Jean McGIvney neujcomB rthletic council Newcomb ' s well-equipped physical education department offers various sports for each season of the year. All girls are required to take the prescribed gym courses which terminate with Junior dance the end of the third year. It is those Juniors taking Junior dance who participate in the annual May Day Pageant given in honor of the graduating class. For each major sport such as soccer, basketball, volley ball, tennis, ping pong, bowling, shuffleboard, badminton, horseshoes, and archery, there is an intramural tourna- ment. Each girl is eligible to join a team but one practice game is necessary in order to play in an intramural competition game. The athletic council which is in charge of the intramural program also manages the individual sports, and in the last week of school, award are given to those girls who have either won the individual tournaments or have adequate points for a gym award. Officers: Julia Herfeld, Chairman; Innes Glynn Ellis, Secretary-Treasurer. Members: Ruth Calzada, June Conravey, Innes Glynn Ellis, Shirley Grenier, Julia Herzfeld, Jean Hirsch, Mabel Hochendel, Jonnie Horn, Carolyn Howell, Dorothy Nolan, Calista Rault, Octavia Reynolds, Peggy Dean Tullos, Anne West, Barbara Wilhite. RHD DflnCE CLUB MEMBERS Dorothy Brock Betty BuerMe Barbara Conroy Dorothy Coons Florence Coyne Mary Louise Cuquet Mary Wineman Davis Patty DIckman Margaret Elier Connie Faust Befty Finnegan Ruth Gould Beth Greenwald Francis Guldry Ida May Hayden Katherine Howard Gloria Huttner Peggy Joyner Shirley Kross Edith Levy Merrel Loubat Betiy Blain Lyie Nettye Menendez La Varne Morris Jocelyn Nyland Betty Pope Marilyn Probst Georaianne Schmidt Ennliy Lipper Lucille Vender hiaar Barbara Wilhite m I c R n DELTA Kfl PPfl Omicron Delta Kappa was founded at Washington and Lee in 1914. Alpha Zeta Circle was established at Tulane in 1930. Omicron Delta Kappa purposes to recognize men who have attained a high standard of efficiency in col- legiate activities and to inspire others to strive for con- spicuous attainments along similar lines. In the selection of members, Omicron Delta Kappa recognizes achievement in five phases of campus life: scholarship, athletics, social and religious affairs, publication and speech and musical and dramatic arts. MEMBERS First Row: James W. Bean Peter L. Bernard, Jr., Julian Brignac, John Desmond, Gary J. Ellis, Second Row: James Ely, James Erwin, Robert Grush, Merwin Jamieson, Walter McDonald. Third Row: Louis McFaul, William Kennon McWil- liams, Herbert O ' Donnell, Theodore W. Thompson, Walter C. Thompson. [56] EVA DOUGLAS DOROTHY ECUYER MOONYEEN MARION MARGARET WILLIAMS flLPHR sicmn siGmfl Jpha Sigma Sigma was founded at Newcomb in 1916 as a Senior Honorary Society whose purpose it was to foster school spirit and loyalty among the Newcomb students. The original members were Kathleen Black, Regina Janvier, Minna Rock, Julia Schwabacker, and Hermine Uiffy. The members on the Newcomb faculty are Adele Drouet, Sally Reed, Mildred Christian, Clara Landry, and Rena Wilson. Each spring the new members are selected from the incoming senior class, and those girls chosen have been outstanding in all campus activities and have exceptional qualities of leadership, citizenship, and character. The Alpha Sigma Sigma participates quite actively in Freshman orienta- tion, both formally and informally. With the help of a few other Seniors, these girls organize the members of the Freshman class into Handbook classes for instructions in the policies of Newcomb ' s Student Government Association. The president of Alpha Sigma Sigma directs the Freshman class meetings during the first quarter of the year until the Freshman class president can be elected. The 1942-43 president of Alpha Sigma Sigma was Nita Ethel Kidd. [57] WILLIAM DAVIS. JR. CAREY J. ELLIS. JR. LOUIS W. McFAUL KflPPfl DELTA PHI Ka , appa Delta Phi was founded at Tulane University in 1904; it is an honorary fraternity for the promotion of school spirit. Each year it selects from the Junior and Senior Classes men who have been conspicuous for school spirit and for distinguished and unselfish loyalty and endeavors during their university careers. Kappa Delta Phi has a two-fold purpose: first, it confers membership upon those signally effective and successful in promoting university spirit and advancing university enterprise; and secondly, it binds together these men into an organization dedicated to further endeavor in behalf of Tulane. Members elected in 1942: William Davis, Jr., Carey Ellis, Louis McFaul, Jr.. Members elected in 1941: Pat F. Bass, James P. Ewin, Quin Gautier, Richard Lipscomb, Herman Loeb, Peter Mandich, Clarence J. Morrow. Members elected in 1940: Jack A Bornemann, Edward D. Finley, Claude Groves, J. Harvey Johnston, Sabin Landry, A. C. Martin, Jr., E. B. Martin, Jr., James R. Morrell, R. Prosser Morrow, Jr., James M. Robert, George Schneider. [58] HERBERT O ' DONNELL President T fl U BETA PI FIRST COLUMN T. A. Grain, W. J. Jacobi, J. L. Lee. J. L. Martinez, T. Parkerson. SECOND COLUMN R, A, Heehs, N. P. Jeffrey, R. D. Logan, H. F. Marx, J. J. Pastorek. Tau Beta Pi was founded at Lehigh University in 1885. La. Beta was established at Tulane in 1936. The purpose is to distinguish those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by high scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in Engineering, or by attainments in Engineering as alumni, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the Engineering colleges of America. Members in the faculty are: E. J. Angelo, J. A. Cronvich, Jerome C. Baehr, Donald Derickson, A. Lee Dunlap, J. A. Gerster, A. M. Hill, J. K. Mayer, R. L. Menuet, Henry Maddon, C. W. Ricker, James M. Robert, M. D. Ross, Reinhardt Steinmayer, C. S. Williamson, Jr., M. G. Zervigon. [59] MEMBERS First Row: Edward Allenberg, Howard Amann, Walter Andry, Jack Becker, Ben Ca+lin. Second Row: Lloyd Deluca, Peter Ferguson, Augustine Frazer, Hei- man Haupt, Gordon Joseph. Third Row: Wendell Leibe, Ralph Levy, Jack Mestier, Jack Nyman, Chester Peyronnin. flLPHfl PHI OmEGfl Fourth Row: Irwin Poche, Horace Rickey, Edward Rogers, Sidney Rosenthal, Mark Sackett. Alpha Phi Omega was founded at Lafayette College in 1925. Gamma Upsilon chapter was established in 1941. It has 100 active chapters in every major university in the country. It is a national service fraternity and is composed of students who desire to direct their energies and talents toward the benefiting of their fellow man. The purpose of the fraternity is to assemble college men in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop friendship and to promote service to humanity. Fifth Row: Ralph Sirer, Edwin Taylor, Gene Usdin, Peter Verlan- der, Richard Weiss. Not In Panel: Arthur Burdon, James Connell, Ed Sjunnson. [60] PHI PHI r HUNTER COLLINS Prtiident Phi Phi Fraternity was founded at the University of California and was established at Tulane University in 1927. Its members are selected from the Junior and Senior members of several of the social fraternities on the campus, one member from each fraternity. Its purpose primarily is to promote good fellowship and cooperation between the represented fraternities, and secondarily, to advance the standing of all fraternities through yearly projects of a financial, social, or academic nature. MEMBERS IN TULANE First Row: Carl Brannan, ' 44; Horace Chalstrom, ' 43; Richard P. Cromwell, ' 43; James Ely, Jr., ' 43. Second Row: Merwin M. Jamie- son, ' 43; Richard Logan, ' 43; W. Kennon McWilliams, Jr., ' 43; Clif- ton Payne, ' 44. Third Row: John Roberts, ' 43; Willard P. Schneible, ' 43; Fred Schuber, ' 43; Edmund R. Vales, ' 43. [61] MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY First Row: E. A. Adey, III, ' 43; Bill Barnes, ' 45; John Bruns, ' 43; Ross Cahal, ' 44; Tim Grain, _ ' 44; George Davis, ' 45. Second Row: Wallace Diboll, ' 44; Phil Duvic, ' 44; James Evans, ' 43; Leonard Finley, ' 45; Frank Fromher+z, ' 43; Robert Grush, ' 43. Third Row: Edward Guillot, ' 44; Nor- man Hamm, ' 43; Dick Heehs, ' 44; Warren hloppmeyer, ' 45; Neill Jeff- rey, ' 43; Roy Johnson, ' 43. Fourth Row: Paul Koren, ' 43; Owen Le Blanc, ' 44; Joseph T. Lee, ' 43; Al Levy, ' 44; Dick Logan, ' 43; Trist McConnell, ' 43. Fifth Row: John McGraw, ' 44; John Martinez, ' 43; James Miller, ' 43; John Moser, ' 44; Wiley Mossy, ' 43; Robert Newlin, ' 43. Sixth Row: Herbert O ' Donnell, ' 43 Bill Rudolf, ' 43; Arthur Seaver, ' 44 Al Soule, III, ' 43; A. G. Suhren, ' 44 Tom Wakeman, ' 44. Not In Panel: John Allee, ' 44; Louis Robein, ' 43. Th EncmEER ' S TECHnOLOGICflL ATELIER he Engineer ' s Technological Atelier was founded at Tulane in 1936. The purpose of this organization is to closer coordinate the students in the various branches of Engineering. Election to the organization is on the basis of interest shown in the school and popularity among the students. Some of the activities sponsored by the E. T. A. are " Engineer ' s Day " at the football game, the " Engineer ' s Forum " , and the Engineering School ' s " St. Patrick ' s Day " dance which is rapidly becoming an event for the entire University. [62] flmERICfln SOCIETV OF mECHflniCflL MEMBERS First Row: A. A. Baltazor, ' 45; B. P. Bannister, ' 45; W. J. Berg, ' 45; W. B. Brock, ' 43; J. S. Burwell, ' 43; C. R. Caster, ' 45; H, Clotworthy, ' 43; J. Cochrane, ' 45, Second Row: J, S. Dabdoub, ' 43; W. E. Daniel, ' 45; L. B. De Luca, ' 45; W. B. Diboll, Jr., ' 44; J. A. Evans, ' 43; B. H. Flake, ■43; J. F. Fortier, Jr., ' 43; E. Frisch, Jr., ' 45; R. Garretson, ' 44. Third Row: A. Gottschall, ' 43; E. C. Grace, ' 44; F. K. Harrison, Jr., ' 45; H. J. Haupt, Jr., ' 45; R. A. Heehs, ' 44; J. U. Hidalgo. ' 45; I. Isaacson, Jr., ' 45; J. M. Jennings, Jr., ' 43; M. J. Jung, ' 45. Fourth Row: G. E. Kidd. Jr., ' 44; E. G. King, Jr., ' 45; P. J. Lauman, ' 45; W. G. Leige, ' 45; R. B. Logan, ' 43; J. L. Martinez. ' 43; H. F. Marx, ' 43; S. H. McAfee, Jr., ' 44; R. F. Muller, Jr., ' 45. Fifth Row: W. C. Murphy, ' 45; R. R. Ferine, Jr., ' 43; F. G. Perrin, ' 45; C. A. Peyronnin, Jr.. ' 45; R. PIske, Jr., ' 45; W. F. Plauche, ' 45; W. B. Rudolf, ' 43; S. W. Ryniker, Jr., 43; J. P. St. Raymond. ' 45. Sixth Row: E. H. Sanford, ' 45: C. D. Schneider, ' 45; R. E. Schneider, Jr., ' 43; R. W. Schupp, ' 43; P. S. Stuart, ' 45; A. C. Suhron; R. J. Swayne, Jr., ' 44; R. O. Wakeman, ' 44; R. M. Zlegler, ' 45. Not In Panel: F. J. HIggins, ' 44; W. E. Ibele, ' 44; L J. Le Car- pentier, ' 43; A. J. Pitcher, ' 45; L. C. Ripley; D. Schell, ' 45. EnCinEERS The Tulane Student Branch of the A. S. M. E. is one of many similar organizations to be found in colleges and universities throughout the country. Its purpose is to unify the efforts of the mechanical engineering students in the direction of their profes- sional careers, to study and discuss contemporary developments in the field of engineering as a whole, to give valuable experience in public speaking through the medium of technical papers, to sponsor and promote social activities for the cultivation of good fellowship and to prepare the student engineer to take an active part in the Senior branches of the Society upon graduation. [63] The Student Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers was instituted at Tulane University in 1933. The purpose of this organization is to develop a pro- fessional attitude in the students and to help them in their work by bringing them into contact with experienced members of the profession and with examples of the work being done by those members. The Student Chap- ter is composed of seniors, juniors, and sophomores in the school of Civil Engineering and carries on its work mainly through lectures by outstanding men and field trips to locations at which engineering work is actually in progress. Since its beginning, the Tulane A. S. C. E. has been the only Student Branch in the country to receive the letter of commendation from the National Society every year. nmERicnn SOCIETV OF CIUIL EHGinEERS MEMBERS First Row: W. S. Adams, ' 44. Second Row: E. A. Adey, ' 43; R. Bartley, ' 45; J. T. Chambers, Jr., ' 45; D. D. Davis, ' 44; G. B. Davis, ' 45; F. S. Ellis, ' 45. Third Row: F. Feldman, ' 45; F. C. From- herz, ' 45; T. Fromherz, ' 45; J. E. hHas- singer, ' 45; W. hi. Hoppmeyer, ' 45; N. P. Jeffery, Jr., ' 43. Fourth Row: R. E. Johnson, ' 43; J. M. Krebs, ' 45; O. V. LeBlanc, ' 44; J. T. Lee, ' 43; hi. O ' Donnell, Jr., ' 43; F. M. Penne- baker, ' 43. Fifth Row: M. Rappeport, ' 45; H. B. Rickey, Jr., ' 45; L. Rosenbohm, ' 44; G. A. Seaver, ' 44; J. K. Simpson, ' 44; H. D. Solanas, ' 43. Sixth Row: A. D. Stancliff, ' 43; S. J. Stokes, ' 44; A. O. Tangue, ' 45; M. Well- ford, ' 45; R. E. Wheelahan, ' 43; E. S. Wright, ' 45. Not in Panel: T. M. Burke, ' 45; R. E. Cieutat, ' 45; J. M. DeFraites ' 45. [64] MEMBERS First Row: Fred Barbdale, Milton Bien- venu, Archie Bland, Dorothy Brock, Perry Brown. Second Row: Victor Bruno, R. S. Chevis, Judson Demarest, John Desmond, Wal- ter Doell. Third Row: Walter Doucet, Leo Drefre- chou, hlerman Duncan, Alvin Flettrich, C. S. Fontelieu. Fourth Row: Elberto Gonzalez, Dorothy Gotch, hi. Johns, James Lamantia, hler- bert Land. Fifth Row: A. C. Ledner, James Mc- Carthy, Warren Nolan, Albert Olivier, Bob Overstreet. Sixth Row: Joseph Partridge, T. N. Poulos, hierbert Smith, Samuel Sulli, W. F. Williamson. Members Not In Panel: B. G. Buquoi, T. L. Cahill, W. F. Calongne, R. Farns- worth, J. G. Finney, James Gibert, L. J. Justrabo, Frank Juden, William Mc- Cauley, John Neel, L. G. Scharfenstein, Kenneth league. TULflnE flRCHITECTURflL SOCIETV The organization was founded at Tulane in 1913. Its purpose is to supplement classroom work, encourage interest, promote fellow- ship, and provide social contacts with each other and with the faculty. Officers for the past year were: John Desmond, President; Milton Bienvenu, Vice-President; Perry L. Brown, Secretary; B. G. Buquoi, Treasurer; Judson Demarest, Sergeant-at-Arms. [65] MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY First Row: Albert A. Baltazor. J. Wil- liam Barnes, Michel A. Becnel, Jack G. Becker, J. Bowen, Malcom J. Brunet, John H. Bruns, Jr. Second Row: Henry J, Bryer, Jr., Clyde J. Cucullu, Roy T, Cucullu, Joseph J. De Lerno, Jr., Manuel Duvic. Jr., John A. Fitzgerald, Rob- ert J. Fntz. Third Row: Thomas J. Garvey, Jr., Bickford C. Graf, E. Carlton Guiliot, Norman G. hiamm, Edward G. Holmes, William J. Jacobi, Lloyd L. Lacher. Fourth Row: Robert E. Le Blanc, 111, Rene Le Gardeur, Maurice Levin, Allison M. Levy, Oscar Levy. Trist McConnell, Walter J. Martiny. Fifth Row: James H. Miller, Robert E. Newlin, Harold A. Rosen. Emile S. Sherrard, Albert L. Soule, III, Charles E. Steldtmann, Jr., Harold A. Timken, Jr. Not In Panel: Walter Barna. Jack Beck, Tom Garrity, Roy Manning. James Martin, Fred Schmidt. nmERicnn insTiTUTE ELECTRICAL EnGIREERS Tulane University Branch. Established at Tulane in 1936, the organization seeks to advance knowledge of the theory and practice of electrical engineering and its sciences by supplementing the formal courses of instruction with the presentation of technical papers and the visitation of points of engineering interest; moreover, it strives to bring the students in closer professional and social contact with each other, with the faculty, and with practicing engineers. Projects involving experimentation and a certain degree of research are particularly encouraged. Officers for the past year were: Norman G. Hamm, Chairman; Trist B. McConnell, Vice-Chairman; William J. Jacobi, Secretary; Allison M. Levy, Treasurer; and Ernest J. Angelo, Counselor. [66] nmERicnn inSTITUTE OF CHEiniCflL EncinEERS Established here in 1938, the Tulane Student Chapter has encouraged student interest in the profession of chemical engineering, by maintaining contacts with practicing engineers. A second, and supplementary role has been played by the organization in bringing members and faculty into more intimate contact with each other. During the year, some of our local professional men have delivered addresses on such sub- jects as, " Industrial Safety Engineering " , " Engineering, Past, Present and Future " , and " Plant Management " . Membership is open to all men interested in the advancement of the Chemical Engineering profession. Chapter Councilor is Dr. F. M. Taylor. Members in faculty: C. S. Williamson, Jr., J. A. Gerster, F. M. Taylor. Officers: C. W. Frank, Jr., President; W. Batty, Vice-President; A. E. Labarre, Jr., Secretary; J. T. Roberts, Treasurer. MEMBERS First Row: R. Bat+y, ' 44; A. B. Bush, ' 44; R. Cahal. ' 44; P. Clos- mann, ' 44; L Coleman, ' 43; E. Cousin, ' 44; T. Crain. ' 44. Second Row: T. Creagan, ' 43; G. Cunningham, ' 44; R. Dunwody, ' 43; T. Feehan, ' 44; R. Fitzger- ald, ' 43; H. Fitzpatrick, ' 44; C. W. Frank, ' 43. Third Row: G. Gadmer, ' 44; J. Halligan, ' 43: W. Heausler, " 44; P. Koren, ' 43; A. E Labarre, ' 43; J. McGraw, ' 44; J. Moser, ' 44. Fourth Row: W. L. Mossy, ' 43; L Pasquier, ' 44; J. J. Pastorek, ' 43; H. Pursell. ' 44; J. Roberts, ' 43; D. Verges, ' 43; J. Zatarain, ' 43. Not In Panel: J. Allee, ' 44; L. Frantz, ' 43; E. Gaiennie, 44; I. Isaacs. ' 43; R. Levey, ' 44; G. Long, ' 44; A. McCoard, ' 43; G. Osterman, ' 44; J. Pratt, ' 43: C. Reuther, ' 44; L. Robein, ' 43; E. Schneider, ' 44. [67] MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY First Row: Timothy Grain, ' 44; Thomas C. Creagan, ' 43; George L. Gunningham, ' 44; Bodie E. Douglas, ' 44; Robson B. Dunwody, ' 43. Second Row: Thomas J. Feehan, ' 44; August H. Frazer, ' 44; Gau- denz Gadmer, ' 44; John F. hHal- ligan, ' 43; Paul M. Koren, ' 43. Third Row: Anthony E. Labarre, ' 43; Schaumberg McGehee, ' 43; John McGraw, ' 44; Robert M. Montgomery, ' 44; John F. Moser, ' 44. Fourth Row: Wiley Mossy, ' 43; John J. Pastorek, ' 43; hierbert P. Pursell, ' 44; Thomas Cedric Sid- ney, ' 43; Daniel L. Verges, ' 43. Not in Panel: John Allee, ' 44; Wortley Batty, ' 44; Arthur B. Bush, ' 44; Edwin R. Gousins, ' 44; C. J. Nyman, ' 44; G. G. Reuther, ' 44. MEMBERS IN FACULTY Thomas B. Grumpier, Jack A. Ger- ster, Francis McB. Taylor, G. S. Williamson, Jr. flLPHfl CHI sicmn The Alpha Chi Sigma fraternity was organized at the University of Wis- consin, late in 1902, by a group of undergraduates who were fellow students in chemistry at that time. The objects of the fraternity they organized are: (1) To bind its members with a tie of true and lasting friendship. (2) To strive for the advancement of chemistry both as a science and a profession, and (3) To aid its members by every honorable means in the attainment of their ambitions as chemists throughout their mortal lives. The Alpha Tau Chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma was installed at Tulane University in the spring of 1928. In its efforts to further the aims of the fraternity the Alpha Tau Chapter has sponsored two chemistry essay contests every year, one in the public high schools and one for Freshmen chemistry students at Tulane; has assumed the management of the display case in the Richardson Memorial Chemistry Building, and has initiated a safety program in the Chemistry Department. [68] I leu comb inTERnflTionflL ReinTions club The purpose of the International Relations Club is to study and discuss events which are taking place in the world today, and the situations which led up to them. We have endeavored to do so by be- coming acquainted with the idealogies of the countries engaged in the great global struggle going on today, and we have tried to ascer- tain just what our own war aims are. The club has also cooperated with the Student Lecture Committee for the purpose of presenting lectures to keep the student body informed on international hap- penings. SHIRLEY WEIL President MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY First Row: Julianne Benjamin, Dorothy Bon- net, Goldie Breen, Doris Jean Frankel. Second Row: Ruth Gottesman, Carolyn Graham, Marilyn Kaffie, Dorothy Katz. Third Row: Joan Leva, Sally Moss, Julanne Rose, Ruth Rosen. Fourth Row: Marianne Sewell, Phyllis Wat- son, Doris Weinstein, Betty Wolbrette. MEMBERS UJHITE ELEPHflnTS Phi Kappa Sigma Durell Hiller Emile Ecuyer Albert Charlton Kappa Sigma Preston Foilett John Stephens James Gilbert This Freshman Honorary Society was founded at Tulane in 1921 for the promotion of school spirit. Each year the fraternities that are members send their three Fresh- men representatives to the organization meeting, where they get their first taste of campus politics. Aside from taking an annual field day on which this society appears in white gowns on the Newcomb campus and at the football game, and stirring the righteous indignation of the S. P. C. A., this organization annually presents a trophy to the most outstanding member of the Freshman class of the entire University. William Kimble served as Big Tusk and John Stephans as Little Tusk. PI Kappa Alpha Alan Robinson Bradford Kelly Herman Boese Alpha Tau Omega Robert Moore John Daly Donald Biythe Delta Tau Delta John Browning William Wilkes Jack Petagna Sigma Alpha Epsllon William Kimble Wlnfred Moncrief Alan Ternbough Delta Sigma Phi Donald Oster Troye Svendson Frank Moran, Jr. First Row: Biythe. Boese, Browning, Charlton, Daly, Ecuyer, Follett. Second Row: Gibert. Hiller. Kelly, Kimble, Moncrief. Moore. Moran. Third Row: Oster, Petagna. Robinson, Stephans. Svendson, Turnbough, Wilkes. C70] ASSETS " Assets " was founded at Newcomb in 1938. It is an honorary Freshman society composed of girls who have been out- standing in school spirit, leadership, and scholarship. These girls are chosen at the end of their Freshman year by the " Assets " of the preceding class. " Assets " assist in the program of orientation carried on at the beginning of the following school year. Officers for the past year were: Gloria Brown, President, and Martha Mitchell, Secretary. MEMBERS First Row: Catherine Bondy, Gloria Brown, Tookie Byrne. Second Row: Johnny Horn, Gloria hluttner, Martha Mitchell Third Row: Jo Ann Pincus, Eleanor Porter, Julian Rose. Fourth Row: Pat Tobin, Ann West. Not in Panel: Elizabeth Calvert. MEMBERS IN FACULTY May A. Allen Ernest Riedel Beatrice Field Graydon W. Regenos Russell M. Geer Mary A, Sollman MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Eleanor Bentley Thaia Leopold Dorothy Beckmeyer Anna Mangiaracina Georgette C. Coleman George Marks Wilomette A. Colley Gloria Monninger Leia Mayer Crawford Alfred Mound Louise Ellison Irene Pfaff Maria Fulham Muriel Smith Athalie Generes Beulah Sterkcow Ernest George Jean Pill Mason Gilfoil Ermlnia Wadsworth Gene Lavengood Miriam Wild ETfl S I G m fl PHI Eta Sigma Phi, national honorary classical fraternity, was founded at the University of Chicago in 1914 and became nationalized in 1924. The organization has forty-four chap- ters throughout the United States. The Tulane chapter of Alpha Chi was founded in 1936. Its purposes are to develop and promote interest in classical study among the students of colleges and universities. Officers for the past year were: President, Athalie Generes; Vice -President, Anna Marie Mangiaracina; Secretary, Thaia Leopold; Treasurer, George P. Marks, III. [71] Standing: Carolyn Graham, Mary Rosa Prieto, Shirley Wiederecht, Joy Rogers, Gloria Gaunt, Helen MacGlashan, Elsa Nielsen, Julia Herzfell, Middle Row: Lillian Naihaus, Margaret Saal, Evelyn Stolaroff, Margaret Wie- dorn, Clarisse Steeg. Ruth Rosen. Seated: Lucille Loubat, Janet Neuhauser. Connie Claverie. Verlyn Murphy. Members Not in Picture: Shirley Grenier, Mildred Simmons, Louise Ellison, Eve Heinemann, Suzanne Jones. BETR BETA BETA Tri Beta is a new organization on the campus this year. Formally Lampyrids, they were initiated into the national fraternity on October 10. At their installation Dr. W. K. Butts, regional pres- ident, officiated and the chapter from Springhill came to the banquet. Needless to say a good time was had by all. Connie Claverie is President; Verlyn Murphy, Vice-President; Lucille Loubat, Secretary-Treasurer, and Louise Ellison, Historian. This year they have undertaken a new program of student lectures to stimulate undergraduate research and so far the efforts have yielded such varied results as lectures on endocrinology, photo- synthesis, and medical art. ORDER OF THE COIF The Order of the Coif is the oldest national honor legal society organized for the recognition and advancement of high standards of scholarship in law. The Tulane Chapter was installed in 1931. Officers for the past year included Walter J. Suthon, Jr., President and Ray Forrester, Secretary. STUDENT MEMBERS ELECTED 1942-1943 JAMES W. BEAN JAMES N, ERWIN, JR. MELVIN I. SCHWARTZMAN FACULTY MEMBERS ELECTED 1942-1943 RALPH J. SCHWARZ Professor of Law Emeritus LEONARD OPPENHEIM HONORARY MEMBER ELECTED 1942-1943 GEORGE H. TERRIBERRY 172) h -rS OREflDES The Oreades is an honorary organization formed at Tulane University in 1939 to sustain interest in classical knowledge, and to make more persons aware of how important the knowledge imparted through Latin and Greek is in the world today. Yearly activities include a Saturnalian party, in imitation of the old Roman Holiday which was celebrated during the middle of December. The last activity of this year by the members of the organization was the presentation of the Most ' tllaria, a Latin comedy by Plautus, translated by the several students of Latin into colloquial English. Officers for the past year were: Pres- ident, Myrl Lenfant; Vice-President, Thaia Leopold; Secretary, Ruth Bannister; Treasurer, Muriel Smith. FIrsf Row: Ruth Bannister, June Breitenbach, Ida Jung, Marie Louise Cuquet, Connie Danna. Second Row: Juliette Eble, Maud Ellen Farrar, Carol Freret, Maria Fulham, Athelee Generes. Third Row: Violet Heil, Myrl Lenfant, Ester Levine, Thaia Leopold, Anna Man- giaracina. Fourth Row: Irene Pfaff, Muriel Smith, Phyllis Watson, Dolores Watts, Shirley Wiederecht. Not in Picture: Ruth Gottesmann, Yolande Rodrigas, Shelby Werlein. FACULTY MEMBERS L. J. Buct an Paul C. Ta ylor Seymour 1. Harris Ross M T ump F, Santry Reed STUDENT J. C. V 1 • MEMBERS an Kirk James S. Assunto Merwin M Jamison Charles S Bell Ashton S. Junker Julian P. Brignac Clifford C Losberg, Jr. Charlie J Grayson, Jr. George E. Nunn George B Hall Milton Rose Fa . Rosenson • y P abenovitz HONORARY MEMBERS F. J. Hag aman E. Davis M cCutchon Leon Charles Simon BETA Gflmmn siGinn Beta Gamma Sigma is a National Honorary Commerce Fraternity. It was founded at the University of Wisconsin and the University of Illinois in 1913. Alpha Chapter of Louisiana was established at Tulane in 1926. The purpose of the organization is to bestow recognition upon those who have upheld a high standard of scholarship in the field of Commerce. [73] ?ROF£SSIOHAl O CHOOl o SSES UT ' DR. H. W. KOSTMAYER Dean, School of Medicine mCDICRL pfln-HELienic council First Row: Appleyard, Begley, Daunis, Gar- rett, Geldert, Groner. Second Row: Harvey, Hirsch, Marmelzat, Melvin, Parmley, Pridgen. MEMBERS: Alpha Kappa Kappa: Grant F. Begley, Joseph Perrin Melvin, Jr. Nu Sigma Nu: James Pridgen, Melvin McCaskill. Phi Chi: Daryl P. Harvey, Broox Garrett, Jr. Phi Delta Epsilon: Jerome Hirsch, Jr., Willard Marmelzat. Phi Lambda Kappa: Ben Groner, Gorman Jaffe. Phi Rho Sigma: Maurice Geldert, Jr., Charles Ray Daunis. Theta Kappa Psi: Arthur Appleyard, President, Ray Parmley. P H I C H I Phi Chi was founded at the University of Vermont in 1889 and at the Louisville Medical College in 1894. The two orders were consolidated in 1905. Omicron Chapter was established at Tulane in 1903. At present there are sixty-five active chapters. The colors are white and olive; the flower, the lily of the valley. Officers for the past year were: Daryl Harvey, President; Long- street Hamilton, Vice-President; John Deming, Secretary; an d Charles D. Knight, Treasurer. MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY Dr. George E P. Barnes, Dr. Charles C. Bass, Dr. W. R. Brewster. Dr. Eugene Countiss, Dr. William Douglas, Dr. William Ehlert. Dr. Fenner. Dr. A. V. Friedrichs, Dr. Mims Gage. Dr. Thomas A. I n. ' a :ii: u u — : n.. TTl. l,™a ' n E. D. , n. I. riicjiii-iia L i, I VI una Glass, Dr. John T. Halsey Dr. William H. Harris. Dr. Tilghma ' n Dr. Robert C. Kelleher, Dr. H. W. Dr. Francis E. LeJune, Dr. Herring, Dr. Chaille Jamieson Kostmayer, Dr. Edwin H. Lawson, — . _- _, George King Logan, Dr. Randolph Lyons, Dr. H. R. Manhorner Dr. Hohn Menville. Dr. Leon Menville, Dr. Millard Miller, Dr. Ruble Moore, 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. MEMBERS IN TULANE First Row: William Mims Allums, ' 44; Gus Anderson. ' 43; J. p. Appleby, ' 44- B. J. Barnett, ' 44; Ross F. Bass, ' 45; H. Batson, ' 46; Robert Benbow. ' 46; J. Bennet, ' 43; J. Bevil, ' 45; D. Blue, ' 44; Nino A. Bologna, ' 45; C. Brown, ' 46; J. Calhoun, ' 46; J. Colley, ' 44. Second Row: L. Cook, ' 46; J. Crabtree, ' 43; E. J. Crawford, ' 45; K. Davis, ' 46; M. Davis, ' 43; John W. Deming, ' 45; H. Desmukes, ' 46- Ellbert Dickert, ' 46; Hanson Dupont, ' 45; Jules Dupont ' 46; Albert Ehlert ' 46- Allen Ellender, ' 45; E. E Ellis, ' 43; William Faulk ' 45. Third Row: D. Feibleman, ' 44; J. Flowers, ' 46; Walter Friday, ' 43; J Gardner ' 43- Brooks Garret, ' 44; G. Gatoura, ' 43; M. Golden, ' 44; Robert Graves. ' 45; Belton Griffith, ' 44; L. E. Hale, ' 43; James L. Hardwick ' 43; Darrel Ha rvey. ' 43; Willard Herrin, ' 44; W. Holmes. ■46; C. tHolt, ' 45. Fourth Row; F. Hudqins, ' 44; Gordon King, ' 46; Charles D. Knight, ' 45; Charles Lane, ' 44; Richard Langford. ' 44; William Linss, ' 45; James Meadows ' 44; J. Merritt, ' 44; A. C. Miller, ' 44; Gordon Nix. ' 44- R O ' Neal ' 43; Marcel Patterson. ' 43; J. Perrin, ' 46; C. Pette- way ' 43; Frank Phillippi, ' 43. Fifth Row: Charles Pinkerson, ' 46; W. Pope, ' 43; A. Prather, ' 46; James Prose ' 45; J Ray ' 46; puentin Reynolds. ' 45; J. A. Riddler, ' 43; J. Rohn ' , ' 46; H. Rollings, ' 43; A. St. Martin, ' 44; E. Shapard. ' 44; Wyman Sloan, ' 45; W. L. Smith, ' 43; A. Spaar, ' 45; James Stanley, ' 46. Sixth Row: Dennis Sullivan, ' 43; P. Swearingen, ' 43; J. K. Tate, ' 43; C Thompson Jr., ' 43; A. Turner, ' 43; D. Varn, ' 44; J. Waller, ' 46; James A. Ward. ' 45; Ferrell Whitman, ' 45; M. Wilkins. ' 44; J. D. Wilkinson. ' 45; P. Wimberly, ' 46; David Wright, ' 45; Sparkman Wyatt, ' 46; Roy Young, ' 43. Not in Panel: Wiley Alliston, ' 45; E. L. Bagwell, ' 46; Arnold Baum, ' 45- Hugh L Boyd. ' 44- A. Burson ' 44; C. Cookston, ' 45; M. Dodson, ' 43- T C Donald ' 46- Robert Dyer, ' 45; Robert Ellis. ' 44; T. Everett. ' 44; Paul Foster, ' 46; F. Gooch, Jr.. ' 43; B. F. Gorrell, ' 45; S. Graham. ' 46; Longstreet Hamilton, ' 44; J. Hicks, ' 44; Sam Hutton ' 46; A. Kimbriel, ' 44; James Lewis, ' 45; A. McBee, ' 45; Frank Phillippi. ' 43; Tom Prideaux, ' 46; R. Smith, ' 44; William Spencer ' 45- W B Stanton ' 45; Ed Taylor, ' 46; J, Teverbaugh, ■46- H. ' Young, ' 46. MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. Hermann B. Gessner, Dr. O. W. Bethea, Dr. Wilbur C. Smith, Dr. E. L. King, Dr. Charles S. Holbrook, Dr. W. P. Bradburn. Jr., Dr. T. A. Watters, Dr. Conrad G. Collins, Dr. Ralph H, Heeren, Dr. Emile F. Naef, Dr. Donovan C. Browne, Dr. Henry J. Bayon, Jr., Dr. James C. Cole, Dr. J. E. Brierre. Dr. Ralph J. Christman. Dr. John S, Herring, Dr. Harry D. Morris. Dr. Theodore L. L. Soniat, Dr. Richard W. Vincent, Dr. J. D. Landry, Dr. Lloyd J. Hanckes, Dr. Edward L. Levert, Dr. James F. Gavin, Dr. Travis Winsor, Dr. Robert C. Day, Dr. J. A. Sabatier, Dr. Maxwell F. Kepi, Dr. Thomas E, Weiss, Dr. O. V. Prejean, Dr. Robert Wood, Merrill S. Prows. MEMBERS IN TULANE First Row: J. T. Barwick, ' 43; H. L. Beddoe. ' 43; G. F. Begley, ' 44; J. A. Bistowish, ' 43; A. A. Caire, ' 43; R. T. Cale, ' 46; E. W. Carrigan, ' 44. Second Row: H. Cook, ' 46; E. B. Cunningham. ' 44; H. L. DeGeneres, ' 46; Raymond ' Dross, ' 45; Mitchel Edes, ' 46; F. R. Freckleton, ' 45; C, R. House, ' 43. Third Row: R. E. Hug hes. ' 45; H. W, Hunter, ' 45; John Jafko, ' 46; H. J, McCrea, ' 45; G. T. Mellinger, ' 43; J. P. Melvin, ' 43; C. V. Menendez, ' 43. Fourth Row: C. W. Mockbee, ' 45; R. E. Moore, ' 45; C. M. Pasquier, ' 43; W. R. Rawlings, ' 43; A. Steplock, ' 46; H. H. Stovall, ' 43; F. C. Ruys, ' 45; J. G. Wafer, ' 43. Not in Panel: W. L. Bendel, ' 44; N. U. Booker, ' 44; D. Labouisse, ' 44; G. E. Soileau, ' 44; Robert Watkins, ' 46. flLPHR KRPPA KflPPfl Alpha Kappa Kappa was founded at Dartmouth Medical School in 1888. Alpha Beta Chapter was established at Tulane in 1903. There are now forty-five active chapters. The colors are Dart- mouth green and white; the flower, the white carnation. Officers for the past year were: John Wafer, President; Claude Pasguier, Vice-President; Robert Moore, Recording Secretary; William Rawlings, Corresponding Secretary; and H. L. Beddoe, Treasurer. THETfl KflPPfl PSI Theta Kappa Psi was founded at the Medical College of Virginia in 1879. Pi Chapter was established at Tulane in 1908. At present there are fifty-seven active chapters. The colors are green and gold; the flower, the red rose. Officers for the past year were: Jack Bergfeld, President; Malcolm Burris, Vice- President; Sam Smelsey, Recording and Corresponding Secretary; and J. T. Garren, Jr., Treasurer. MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. Rufus H, Alldredge, Dr. J. N. Ane, Dr. Robert Bernhard, Dr. Charles L. Brown, Dr. Wiley R. Bufflngton, Dr. J. A. Cclclough, Dr. Alex R. Crebbin, Dr. William H. Glllentine. Dr. Paul G. Lacroix, Dr. Henry E. Menage, Dr. Joseph W. Reddoch, Dr. Paul W. Renken, Dr. Howard H. Russell, Dr. Louis A. Toth. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY First Row: Gilbert AdamI, ' 45; Robert G. Allen, ' 43; Robert Anderson, ' 45; Art hur Appleyard, Jr., ' 43; Duff Austin, ' 45; John L. Barnes, ' 45; Jack A. Bergfeld, ' 45; Harold Bevil, ' 45; Claude Buerger, Jr., ' 45; Charles Burnham, Jr., ' 44; M. B. Burris, ' 43. Second Row: Ben Cobb, ' 44; Robert Crosset, ' 46; Clyde A. Durtis, ' 45; W. D. Davis, Jr., ' 43; Frank R. Denman, ' 45; James L. Dunagin. ' 43; Ted Dombrosky, ' 44; Jack Edson, ' 46; Robert Fergerson, ' 43; Sam Fertitta, Jr., ' 43; William D. Fitzgerald, ' 43. Third Row: J. T. Garren, Jr., ' 43; Joseph Allen Gibson, ' 43; David G. Greenlees, ' 43; Richard Hamill, ' 43; Jack R. Hays, ' 43; Robert D. Hays, ' 45; James Holmes, ' 46; Marion Hurt, ' 43; George N. Irvine, ' 43; Robert Lancaster, ' 46; George Manning, ' 44. Fourth Row: J. C. Martin, ' 44; J. U. Morrison, ' 44; A. Martenson, ' 46; Leon Myers, ' 46; William Newsom, ' 46; Robert Pace, ' 46; Ben Parker, ' 43; Ray T. Parmaley, ' 44; Walter Pressley, ' 45; James O. Rice, ' 46; C. H. Savage, ' 43. Fifth Row: J. J. Slagenhop, ' 44; Samuel Smelsey, ' 44; Den+on Smith, ' 46; George Stuart, ' 44; Durwood Thibodaux, ' 44; Norman W. Todd, ' 44; Louis Tyler, ' 43; Terrell Tyler, ' 46; Thomas Wallace, ' 45; Charles Wilson, ' 43; Bennett Young, ' 45; James Young, ' 45; Not in Panel: Ralph Billlngton, ' 45; James L. Booth, ' 44; Ralph Bowman, ' 45; Joseph Gale, ' 43; Jesse Lowe Hender- son, ' 44; Owen Johnson, ' 46; George E. Muehleck, ' 45; Gordon Nicoll, ' 45; Phil Taylor, ' 45. [80 1 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. Oscar Bethea, Dr. William Bradburn, Dr. O. C. Casse- qrain, Dr. Sidney Charbonnet, Dr. Dean Echols, Dr. Thomas Findley, Dr. P. H. Jones, Dr. Gordon McHardy, Dr. Rudolph Matas, Dr. Alton Ochsner, Dr. John Pratt, Dr. Ambrose Stork, Dr. Van Studdiford. MEMBERS First Row: John W. Bassett, ' 45; Charles Beckert, ' 43; Nor- man Black, ' 44; Howard Bordelon, ' 45; John Browning, ' 44; Durald Claiborne, ' 44; Wayland Coppedge, ' 43; Frank Covert, ' 46; John Craig, ' 46. Second Row: Buddy Cummins, ' 45; Durant Dabbs, ' 44; Buddy Downs, ' 46; Joshua Edwards, ' 43; Norman Evans, ' 46; Dul e Everts, ' 44; Dick Faust, ' 46; George Felknor, ' 43; Bin Gallo- way, ' 46. Third Row: Jerry Gwin, ' 43; Martin Harthcock, ' 44; Carrol Herron, ' 46; Karr Hinton, ' 44; A. Quinn Hyde, ' 43; Lee Jarrell, ' 46; Leo Johns, ' 46; Lenard Knapp, ' 44; Henery Laurens, ' 44. Fourth Row: Frank Lindeman, ' 43; George McCaskey, ' 46; Armond McHenry, ' 46; Guy Oswalt, ' 44; John W. Over- street, ' 43; Will Palfrey, ' 46; John Y. Pearce, " 43; Jim Pridgen, ' 43; Charles Prosser, ' 44. Fifth Row: Paul Ramey, ' 45; Harold Redd, ' 44; Ralph Ross, ' 45; George Schneider, ' 44; Jack Sloan, ' 44; William Syll, ' 46; William Talley, ' 45; C. D. Taylor, ' 43; P. K. Thomas, ' 43; Bruce Wallace, ' 43. Not in Panel: James Biggert, ' 46; Brown Boswell, ' 45; Hale Giffen, ' 46; Clearence Imboden, ' 46; Bob Jones, ' 45; Madi- son Lee, ' 44; Miles Lewis, ' 45; Stuart Long, ' 46; J. W. Lynn, ' 46; William McCall, ' 46; Melvin McCaskill, ' 44; Joe Mighell, ' 44; Mac Otts, ' 45; Lenard Posey, ' 44; Joe Robinson, ' 45; Charles Stone, ' 43; I. N. Tucker, ' 46; Michael Valies, ' 46; Roy White, ' 45; Gerald Williams, ' 45. 1 tjK 41 Atri MM ( Sl l nu sicmn nu Nu Sigma Nu was founded at the University of Michigan in 1882. Beta Iota Chapter was established at Tulane in 1910. At present there are forty-one active chapters. The colors are wine and white; the flower, the red carnation. Officers for the past year were: James Pridgen, President; Jerry Gwin, Vice-President; Martin Harthcock, Recording Secretary and Corresponding Sec- retary; and Karr Hinton, Treasurer. (811 MEMBERS IN FACULTY Sidney Bliss, Hugo T. Englehardt, John V. Gooch, Carl Cranberry, S. Holson, Roy de la Houssaye, Lloyd J. Kuhn, Jacques A. Magne, Anees Mogab- gab, Marvin Smith, R. M. Street, Robert A. Strong, William Wagner. PHI RHO siGmn Phi Rho Sigma was founded at Northwestern University Medical School in 1890. Delta Omicron Alpha Chapter was established at Tulane in 1918. At present there are thirty-five active chapters. The colors are scarlet and gold; the flower, the red carnation. Officers for the past year were: Maurice Geldert, President; and Ray Nieto, Vice-President. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY First Row: Emile Bertucci, ' 45; Michael Boustany, ' 44; Rex Bunker, ' 45; Art Calix, ' 44. Second Row: Charles Daunis, ' 43; Maurice W. Gel- dert, Jr., ' 43; Andrew Lang, ' 45 A. W. Magnltzhy, ' 44; Raphail Nieto, ' 44. Not in Panel: Ferdinand J. Dastugue, ' 45; Shepard Jerome, ' 44; William J. Langlois, ' 45; Harold H. Morris, ' 43; Adrian Rich, ' 44; Arthur B. Snowhite, ' 45; Norman W. Staker, ' 45. [82] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. Gilbert Balkin, Dr. Emile Bloch, Dr. Irving S. Glassberg, Dr. Abe Golden, Dr. Allen Goldman, Dr. Julian Granbath, Dr. Louis K. Levy, Dr. Paul L. Marks, Dr. Harry Meyer, Dr. Melvin Dr. Stelner. MEMBERS IN TULANE First Row: Harvey J. Amsterdam, ' 44; Gerald Ber- enson, ' 45; William H. Bland, ' 45; Laurence Cohn, ' 45; Isadore Dravin, ' 45; Harry Greenberg, ' 43. Second Row: Eugene Hesdorffer, ' 45; Jerome B. Hirsch, Jr., ' 43; Avhrom Jacobson, ' 45; Walter Levy, ' 45; Willard L. Marmelzat, ' 44; Stanley R. MIntz, ' 44. Third Row: Harvey J. Rappeport, ' 45; William Rosenthal, ' 45; Irvin S. Schneider, ' 45; Sol B. Stern, Jr., ' 44; Alvln W. Strauss, Jr., ' 43; Howard Strauss, ' 45; Gerald N. Weiss, ' 45. Not in Panel: Harold M. Albert, ' 44; Jerome B. Katz, ' 44; Harvey H. MIntz, ' 44; Melvin Rosenthal, ' 44; Al Schronbrum, ' 45. PHI DELTA EPSILOn Phi Delta Epsilon was founded at Cornell University Medical College in 1904. Alpha Iota Chapter was established at Tulane in 1918. At present there are fifty-four active chapters. The colors are purple and white; the flower, the hyacinth. Officers for the past year were: Jerome Hirsch, President; Harry Green- berg, Vice-President; Harvey Amsterdam, Corresponding and Recording Secretary; and Stanley Mintz, Treasurer. [83] OliT MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. Wilfred Finklestien, Dr. Sidney Jacobs, Dr. Isa- ' dore Robbins, Dr. J. D. Russ, Dr. B. B. Weinstein. PHI LflmBDfl KflPPfl Phi Lambda Kappa was founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1907. Psi Chapter was established at Tulane in 1924. There are now forty active chapters. The colors are blue and white; the flower, the century plant. Officers for the past year were: William Leon, President; Ben Groner, Vice-President; Norman Levy, Secretary; Bernard Altschuler, Treasurer; and Robert Alexander, Sergeant-at-Arms. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY First Row: Bernard Altschuler, Sam Baum, Philip S. Bergman, Gene G. Carp, Julius Finklestein, Marvin Fischman, Israel Fischer, Jerry Forman. Second Row: Irving Goldman, Ben Groner, Dudley Leibowitz, Jack Lehman, William Leon, Alan J. Leonard, Norman J. Levy, David Light. Third Row: Randolph A. London, Mel Mandel, Morton B. Morgan, Saul Siegendorf, Felix Siegman, Avron Sweet, hHyman Tolmas, FHoward Todman. Not in Panel: Robert Alexander, Bernard Blustein, Sigmund Chessid, Gorman Jaffe, Leslie 1. Lukash, hiebert Perr, Robert Picard, Meyer Rosenbaum. 184] MEMBERS First Row: A. W. Anderson, J. F. Barwick, J. J. Bennett, Jr., M. B. Burris, W. T. Coppedge, E. W. Edwards, Wm. D. Fitzgerald. Second Row: Walter C. Friday, Jr., Jerry B. Gwin, James Hardwick, Daryl P. Harvey, Don O. Musser, John Wm. Overstreet, Jr., C. W. Pasquier, Marcel Patterson. Third Row: J. Y. Pearce, J. W. Pope, James E. Pridgen, John G. Riddler, W. J. Trautman, Jr., John G. Wafer, Jr., Charles M. Wilson, Roy Young. Member Not In Panel: Frank M. Phillippi, Jr. UJ L CLUB The Owl Club was founded at Tulane in 1921. The purpose of the organization is to promote higher standards of scholarship and ethics in the School of Medicine. Officers for the past year included: John William Overstreet, Jr., President; Daryl P. Harvey, Vice-President; John G. Wafer, Jr., Treasurer; and Don O. Musser, Secretary. [85] FIRST ROW • ROBERT GLENN ALLEN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pii i Kappa Sigma. Theta Kappa Psi; History of Medicine Society. • WALTER JOHNSTON ALVES, New Orleans, Louisiana. • AUGUSTUS WILLIAM ANDERSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta, Phi Chi; Owl Club. SECOND ROW seniOR mcDicflL BUFORD JOSEPH AUTIN, New Orleans, Louisiana. ALLEN ALVES ANDERSON AUTIN APPLEYARD BARWICK BECKERT BEDDOE BENNETT BERGFELD BISTOWISH BLUE a ARTHUR APPLEYARD, JR., St. Petersburg, Florida; Alpha Tau Omega, Theta Kappa Psi; Pan-Hellenic Council President. • JOHN FREEMAN BARWICK, Louisville, Georgia; Alpha Kappa Kappa. THIRD ROW • CHARLES FILSON BECKERT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta, Nu Sigma Nu. • HAROLD LEROY BEDDOE, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Kappa Kappa; History of tvledicine Society. • JOHN J. BENNETT, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Chi; Owl Club. FOURTH ROW • JACK ARTHUR BERGFELD, New Braunfels, Texas; Alpha Tau O.Tieqa, Theta Kappa Psi. • JOSEPH MICHAEL BISTOWISH, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma, Alpha Kappa Kappa. • DENZIL RUSHING BLUE. New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Chi. I, Zi ■ ' BROWN DAUNIS E. EDWARDS BURRIS CAIRE P. DAVIS W. DAVIS J. EDWARDS ELLIS CHIRINO DRESKIN FELKNOR COPPEDGE DUMAS E. FERGUSON CRABTREE DUNAGIN R. FERGUSON FIRST ROW • CLYDE WILSON BROWN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • MALCOLM BATES BURRIS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • ERVING ARTHUR DRESKIN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu. • JAMES FREDERICK DUMAS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • ARTHUR ANTHONY CAIRE, III, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • JAMES LOVE DUNAGIN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • FERNANDO CHIRINO, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi lota Alpha. • W. T. COPPEDGE, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Nu Sigma Nu; Owl Club. THIRD ROW EDWIN WILTZ EDWARDS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Owl Club. • JAMES C. ClABTREE, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Chi, Phi Chi. • JOSHUA LEROY EDWARDS, Lake City, Florida; Kappa Alpha, Nu Sigma Nu. SECOND ROW • CHARLES RAY DAUNIS, Westwego, Louisiana; Phi Rho Sigma; Pan-Hellenic Council. • PAUL McMILLIAN DAVIS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • WILLIAM DUNCAN DAVIS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma, Theta Kappa Psi, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Phi, Alpha Omega Alpha. ERNEST EDWARD ELLIS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • GEORGE E. FELKNOR, JR., Meridian, Mississippi; Nu Sigmc Nu; History of Medicine Society; B.A. Degree, Maryville College. EDWARD BERNARD FERGUSON, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana. 9 ROBERT WHITE FERGUSON, Tampa, Florida; Phi Delta Theta, Thnta Kappa Psi. [87] FERTIHA GATOURA GWIN r m mm FISHER GELDERT HALE FITZGERALD GIBSON HAMILL FRIDAY GREENBERG HARDWICK GARDNER GREENLEES HARVEY GARREN GRONER HAYS FIRST ROW • SAM JOSEPH FERTIHA. New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega, Theta Kappa Psi. • ISRAEL FISHER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Nu, Phi Lamb- da Kappa. • WILLIAM DAKIN FITZGERALD, Okolona, Mssissippi; Theta Kappa Psi. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Theta Kappa Nu; Y. M. C. A. • HARRY BERTRAND GREENBERG, New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau, Phi Delta Epsilon. • DAVID LINDSAY GREENLEES, Greensboro, Alabama; Theta Kappa Psi. • EDWIN BEN GRONER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Lambda Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Pi; Pan-Hellenic Council. • WALTER C. FRIDAY, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Chi; Honor Council. • JOSEPH EGGLESTON GARDNER, Greenwood, Mississippi; Phi Delta Theta, Phi Chi. • J. T. GARREN, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. SECOND ROW • GEORGE JAMES GATOURA, Austin, Texas; Phi Chi. THIRD ROW • JERRY B. GWIN, Ada, Oklahoma; Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu. • LEE EDWYN HALE, Lubbock, Texas; Phi Chi. • RICHARD GLENN HAMILL, Las Cruces, New Mexico; Theta Kappa Psi. • JAMES L. HARDWICK, Slocomb, Alabama; Phi Chi; Owl Club. • MAURICE WESLEY GELDERT, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Rho Sigma; Pan-Hellenic Council. JOSEPH ALLEN GIBSON, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma, Theta Kappa Psi. • DARYL PRESTON HARVEY, Glasgow, Kentucky; Kappa Alpha, Phi Chi; Pan-Hellenic Council; Owl Club; B. S. Western Kentucky State Teachers ' College. • JACK ROSS HAYS, Brady, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. [88 1 FIRST ROW • HARRY VIRSIL HERNDON, Jemison, Alabama. • JEROME BYRON HIRSCH. JR.. New Orleans, Louisiana; Zefa Beta Tau. Phi Delta Epsilon; Pan-Hellenic Council. • CURTIS RAY HOUSE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa. SECOND ROW • MARION WEST HURT, Mayfield, Kentucky; Theta Kappa Psi. seniOR meoicflL • ALFRED OUINN HYDE, Long Leaf, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu. • GEORGE NORCROSS IRVINE, JR., McCamey, Texas; Phi Delta Theta, Theta Kappa Psi. HERNDON HIRSCH HOUSE HURT HYDE IRVINE JACKSON JOHNSON KING KUMPURIS LEE LEON THIRD ROW • ALBERT FRAWLEY JACKSON, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • LEE WHITE JOHNSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa. • GORDON H. KING, New Orleans. Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Chi. FOURTH ROW • FRANK GUS KUMPURIS, Little Rock. Arkansas; Kappa Sigma. • HENRY MILLARD LEE. New Orleans, Louisiana. • WILLIAM LEON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Nu, Phi Lambda Kappa, Beta Mu; History of Medicine Society. FIRST ROW MOE LERMAN. Spring Valley, New York. • FRANK HENRY LINDEMAN, JR., Leesburg. Florida; Phi Delta Theta, Nu Sigma Nu. LOUIS MAYER, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. SECOND ROW SEniOR mCDICRL LERMAN MELLINGER MUSSER PARKER LINDEMAN MELVIN O ' NEAL PASpUIER MAYER MENENDEZ OVERSTREET PATTERSON m%i ■ K M ■ v ■ B In n IHIt yyav , J Hj 1 1 • GEOR€.E THEODORE MELLINGER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma, Alpha Kappa Kappa. • JOSEPH PERRIN MELVIN, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi, Alpha Kappa Kappa; Pan-Hellenic Council. • CHARLES VACCARO MENDENDEZ, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa. THIRD ROW • DON CARLOS MUSSER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Owl Club; Phi Beta Pi; Alpha Chi Sigma. • KELLY RAMSAY O ' NEAL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Phi Epsllon, Phi Chi. c JOHN WILLIAM OVERSTREET, JR., Starkville, Mississippi; Kap- pa Alpha, Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society; Owl Club; President 1942-43; Honor Council, 1741-42. FOURTH ROW • BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PARKER, Foxworth, Mississippi; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Theta Kappa PsI. • CLAUDE MAURICE PASQUIER, JR., Shreveport, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Owl Club. • MARCEL PATTERSON, Rotan, Texas; Phi Chi; Owl Club. PEARCE PEREZ-RIBIE PETTEWAY PHILLIPPI RAWLINGS REAGAN REASER RIDDLER SHIPMAN SIMMS SLAUGHTER SMITH POPE ROLLINGS SPOTO PRIDGEN SAVAGE STOVALL FIRST ROW • JOHN YOUNG PEARCE, Ballinger, Texas; Nu Sigma Nu; Owl Club; History of Medicine Society. • RAMBERTO ANTONIO PEREZ-RIBIE, Ponce, Puerto Rico; B.S. Degree, University of Puerto Rico. • CHARLES HUBERT PETTEWAY, Lakeland, Florida; Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Chi. • FRANK MARION PHILLIPPI, JR., Camden, New Jersey; Sigma Chi, Phi Chi. • JAMES WILLIS POPE, Doucette, Texas; Phi Chi; Owl Club; Class President. 1942-43. • JAMES EDWARD PRIDGEN, Cuero, Georgia; Sigma Alpha Ep- silon, Nu Sigma Nu; Owl Club; Pan-Hellenic Council. • JOHN GARTH RIDDLER, Fort Smith, Arkansas; Phi Chi, Omi- cron Delta Kappa; History of Medicine Society; Owl Club; Class President, 1941-42; President of Medical Student Body; Vice-Pres- ident of Student Council; Honor Council, 1941-42-43; B.S., Univer- sity of Arkansas. • HARRY EVAN ROLLINGS. New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sig- ma, Phi Chi. • CHARLES HENRY SAVAGE, JR., New Orleans Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. THIRD ROW • VIRGINIA SHIPMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon lota. 9 UCA FRANCES SIMMS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon lota. SECOND ROW • HOWELL WILLIAM SLAUGHTER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM RAWLINGS, Sandersville, Georgia; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • ANNE MAY REAGAN, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Alpha Epsilon lota. • PAUL BERNARD REASER, New Orleans, Louisiana. • WILLIAM LAMAR SMITH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • ANTHONY JOHN SPOTO, Tampa, Florida. • HORACE H. STOVALL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi, Alpha Kappa Kappa. [9i; STRAUSS TAYLOR TRAUTMAN STUNTZ M. THOMAS TRUFANT SULLIVAN P. THOMAS TYLER SWEARINGEN THOMPSON WAFER TALLEY D. TORRE WAGENHEiM TATE M. TORRE WALLACE FIRST ROW SECOND ROW • ALVIN WEIL STRAUSS, JR., Little Rock, Arkansas; Zeta Beta Tau, Phi Delta Epsilon. • CHARLES DANIEL TAYLOR. JR., Pass Christian, Mississippi; Phi Delta Theta, Nj Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society. • MARGARET ESTELLE STUNTZ, New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon lota. • MERRICK DOWDELL THOMAS, Miami, Florida; Phi Chi. • DENNIS WILLIAM SULLIVAN, JR., San Francisco, California; Phi Chi. • PERRY KING THOMAS, JR., Tupelo. Mississippi; Phi Delta Theta, Nu Sigma Nu. • JAMES PAUL SWEARINGEN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta. Phi Chi. • CONE JOHNSON THOMPSON. JR.. New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta, Phi Chi. • CAROLYN DOWNS TALLEY. New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon lota. • DOUGLAS PAUL TORRE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. Phi Beta Kappa. • JAMES KNOX TATE. III. New Orleans. Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. Phi Chi. Theta Kappa lota. • MOTTRAM PETER TORRE. New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. [92) THIRD ROW— Opposite Page a WALTER J. TRAUTMAN, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Psi Up- slion; History of Medicine Society; Owl Club. • SAMUEL ADAMS TRUFANT, III, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; History of Medicine Society. • LOUIS IRA TYLER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma, Theta Kappa Psi. • JOHN GILL WAFER, Shreveport, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Owl Club • A ' j • HARRY H. WAGENHEIM, New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; History of Medicine Society; Glendy Burke. e ROBERT BRUCE WALLACE, JR., Alexandria, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu. senioR mcDicflL FIRST ROW WATERS WHITECLOUD YOUNG • JOHN HENRY WATERS, New Orleans, Louisiana. SECOND ROW • HERBERT MITCHELL WEBB, Lakeland, Florida; Delfa Chi. • DAVID WEINSTEIN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau. • THOMAS ST. GERMAIN WHITECLOUD, Lac DuFlambeau, Wis- consin; History of Medicine Society; Class Treasurer, 1940-41; Honor Board, 1941-42. THIRD ROW • CHARLES MONROE WILSON, JR., Dallas, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi; History of Medicine Society; Owl Club. • CAREY CLAYTON WOMBLE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta. • ROY YOUNG, Port Arthur, Texas; Phi Chi; Owl Club. WEBB WILSON [93] junioR mcDicflL FIRST ROW • WILLIAM MIMS ALLUMS. New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Phi Chi. SECOND ROW • MICHAEL EPHREM BOUSTANY, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Phi Rho Sigma. THIRD ROW • VINCENT PAUL CORSO, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Phi Gamma Delta; B.S. Degree, University of Florida. • BERNARD M. ALTSCHULER, Bayonne, New Jersey; Phi Lambda Kappa. • HARVEY AMSTERDAM. JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu, Phi Delta Epsilon; History of Medicine Society, • HOMER QUARLES APPLEBY, Slaughter, Louisiana; Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society; B.S. Degree, Louisiana State University. • JOHN DURON BROWNING. Daytona Beach, Florida; Pi Kappa Alpha, Nu Sigma Nu. • CHARLES JOSEPH BURNHAM, Bay Springs, Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi. • ARTHUR ADOLPH CALIX. New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma PI, Phi Rho Sigma. • ERNEST BEARDEN CUNNINGHAM. Raleigh. North Carolina; Alpha Kappa Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • OSMOND DURANT DOBBS. JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu. • EDWARD FRANK DOMBROWSKY. Miami, Florida; Theta Kappa Psi. • ROBERT JAMES BARNETT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi, Phi Chi, • ERNEST WILLIAM CARRIGAN. JR., Society Hill, South Carolina; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • ARTHUR WILLIAM ECKHOUS. New Orlean Louisiana; Kappa Nu. • GRANT F. BEGLEY. Hyden, Kentucky; Alpha Kappa Kappa; History of Medicine Society; Pan- Hellenic Council. • M. DURALDE CLAIBORNE, JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; Beta Theta PI, Nu Sigma Nu. • EILEEN FRIEDA ELSON, New Orleans, Lou- isiana. • JACK NUGENT BEVIL. Hull, Texas; Phi Chi. • NORMAN ROBERT BLACK, Cheyenne, Wy- oming; Delta Tau Delta, Nu Sigma Nu, History of Medicine Society. • BENAJAH BIBB COBB, Tuskegee, Alabama; Theta Kappa Psi. • JESSE HALL COLLEY, Troy Alabama; Sigma Nu. Phi Chi. • KENNETH V. EVERTS, New Orleans, Louisi- ane; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Nu Sigma Nu. • WILLIAM MARTIN FARMER, Samson, Ala- bama; Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Chi. • HOWARD MOORE BORDELON, Lake Charles. Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu. • JACK CORBITT, Hartford. Alabama. • N. DONALD FEIBELMAN. New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Nu, Phi Chi, Pi Kappa Pi. FIRST COLUMN • JULIUS FINKELSTEIN. New Orleans. Louisi- ana; Kappa Nu, Phi Lambda Kappa. • MERVIN E. FISCHMAN. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • FRANK ROBERT FRECKLETON, New York, New York; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • BROOX CLEVELAND GARRETT, JR., Shreve- port, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta, Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society; Pan-Hellenic Council; Class President. 1940; Honor Board. 1940-41-42; B.S. Degree, Tulane University, 1941. • MAX LOVETTE GOLDEN, Laurel, Mississippi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Chi, Alpha EpsIIon Delta. • PLACIDO OSVALDO GONZALEZ, Dominican Republic; Phi lota Alpha. • BELTON G. GRIFFIN, Bessemer, Alabama; Phi Chi. • MARTIN BATES HARTHCOCK. New Orleans. Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha, Nu Sigma Nu; His- tory of Medicine Society. • WILLARD CLIFTON HEARIN, JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society. • JAMES KARR HINTON, JR., Colliervllle, Tennessee; Sigma Chi, Sigma Nu. SECOND COLUMN • WENDELL BYRON HOLMES, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • FRANK WEST HUDGINS, Lubboci!, Texas; Piii Chi. • ROY EUGENE HUGHES, II, Gainesville, Texas; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • AVROHM JACOBSON, Miami, Florida; Phi Delta Epsilon; History of Medicine Society; B.A. Degree, University of Michigan. • LEONARD KENNEDY KNAPP, New Orleans, Lcuisiana; Delta Tau Delta, Nu Sigma Nu; His- tory of Medicine Society; Honor Board; Class Secretary, IMI-42; Class President, 1942-43. • CHARLES SPURGEON LANE, JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Phi Chi. • RICHARD BENNETT LANGFORD, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta, Phi Chi. • HENRY LAURENS, JR., New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Delta Upsilon, Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha Ep- silon Delta; History of Medicine Society. • JOHN LAURENS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Upsilon, Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Delta; History of Medicine So- ciety. • NORMAN JOEL LEVY, New Brunswick, New Jersey; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine Society; B.S. Degree, Rutgers University. THIRD COLUMN • DAVID SAMUEL LIGHT. Broolilyn, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine So- ciety. • WALTER McDowell, jr.. New Orleans, Louisiana. • A. WAYNE MAGNITZKY, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Phi Rho Sigma; Glee Club; I. R. C; Symphony Orchestra: Y. M. C. A. • GEORGE CHARLES MANNING, JR., Win- chester, Massachusetts; Alpha Tau Omega, Theta Kappa Psi, Beta Mu; Thirteen Club; University Theatre. • WILLARD LEE MARMELZAT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu, Phi Delta Epsilon; History of Medicine Society; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil; T. U. R. K. • JAMES C. MARTIN, JR., Weatherford. Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. • JAMES ALLEN MEADOWS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Chi. • JAMES WRIGHT MERRITT, JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta, Phi Chi. • ARCHIE CARLISLE MILLER, Hazelhurst, Mis- sissippi; Phi Chi. • STANLEY ROBERT MINTZ, Monroe, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu, Phi Delta Epsilon, Beta Mu. rK 0 fc ' ' ■a- i» itk .M JUniOR mEDICflL FIRST ROW • CHARLES W. MOCKBEE, Cincinnati, Ohio; Sigma Nu, Alpha Kapp a Kappa. SECOND ROW • WILLIAM PAUL RAMEY, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Alpha Tau Omega, Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society. THIRD ROW e SAMUEL OSCAR SMELSEY, San Antonio, Texas; Theta Kappa PsI. • JAMES URBAN MORRISON, JR., Shreveport, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • LEO LAWRENCE NASTASI, New Orleans, Louisiana. • RAFAEL NIETO, Celaya, Mexico; Phi Rho Sigma. e GORDON NIX, Opp, Alabama; Phi Chi. • GUY COLEMAN OSWALT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu. a WILLIAM GORGAS PALFREY, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Nu Sigma Nu. • RAY TIM PARMLEY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi; Pan-Hellenic Council. • HAROLD REDD, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega, Nu Sigma Nu. • RAPHAEL ROSS, JR.. New Orleans, Louisi- ana; Phi Delta Theta, Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society; B.S. Degree, Tulane Univer- sity. • EUGENE CHARLES ST. MARTIN, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Chi. • GEORGE THEODORE SCHNEIDER, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta, Nu Sigma Nu, Kappa Delta Phi, Phi Phi; History of Medicine Society; Varsity Tennis, 1939-40; Honor Board, 1938-39-40; Class Vice-President, 1938; Class Sec- retary, 1939; Intramural Council, 1939-40. • EDWIN RUTHVEN SHAPARD. JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society. O FELIX ALFRED SIEGMAN, New York, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine Society. 9 JAMES SLAUGHENHOP, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Sigma Nu, Theta Kappa Psi. • JOE SMITH, New Orleans, Louisiana. • SOL BAER STERN, JR., New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Sigma Alpha Mu, Phi Delta Epsilon. • GEORGE BRUNUS STEWART, New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • ALBERT F. TATUM, JR., Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Phi Gamma Delta. • DURWARD JOHN THIBODAUX, JR., New Or- leans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi; B.S. Degree, Tulane University. • AUGUST BALDWIN TURNER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • DAVID HUGH VARN, JR., Fort Meade, Flor- ida; Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Chi; History of Med- icine Society. • CHARLES STAVAUL PROSSER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society. 9 JACK g. SLOAN, Lakeland, Florida; Pi Kappa Alpha, Nu Sigma Nu; Greenbackers; White Elephants, 1938. • McMURRY WILKINS, JR., Greenville, South Carolina; Kappa Alpha, Phi Chi. Llijllli r UnOERGRflDUflTeS FIRST COLUMN • GILBERT ERNEST ADAMI, ' 46, Winter; Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. • FERNANDO ALVARADO, ' 46, San Jose, Costa Rico. • LUIS ALVAREZ. JR., ' 46, Santurce, Puerto Rico. • ROBERT LAMAR ANDERSON, ' 45, Colfax, Washington: Theta Kappa Psi. • SAMUEL DUFF AUSTIN, ' 45, Harperville, Mississippi: Theta Kappa Psi. • JOHN JACOB BAEHR, JR., ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana: Alpha Chi Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa; Hullabaloo: Y. M. C. A. • THOMAS GUS BAFFES, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana. • JOHN JAHU BARNES, ' 45, Winfield, Ala- bama: Theta Kappa Psi. • ROSS FREDERICK BASS, ' 45, Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Phi Chi. • JOHN WASHINGTON BASSETT, ' 45, Pine Bluff, Arkansas; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Med- icina Society. SECOND COLUMN • HIRAM WATKINS K. BATSON. ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Chi. • SAMUEL BAUM, ' 46, Passaic, New Jersey. • ROBERT HENRY BENBOW, ' 46, Bryan, Texas; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Chi. • GERALD SANDERS BERENSON, ' 46, Bogo- lusa, Louisiana. • PHILIP S. BERGMAN, ' 45, New Rochelle, New York; Zeta Beta Tau. Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • EMILE AUGUSTUS BERTUCCI, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Chi Sigma, Phi Rho Sigma, Beta Mu; Glendy Burke; History of Med- icine Society; Honor Board, 1938-39-40-41; B.S. Degree, Tulane University. • HAROLD HESTER BEVIL, ' 45, Beaumont, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. • WILLIAM HENRY BLAND, ' 45, Chicago, Il- linois; Phi Delta Epsilon. • ARTHUR WILLIAM BOHMFALK, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana. • NINO A. BOLOGNA, ' 45, Shaw, Mississippi; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Chi. THIRD COLUMN • SIMONE BROCATO, ' 46, Merlgold, Missis- sippi; Hullabaloo: B.S. Degree, Loyola Univer- sity. • NELSON LEON BROWN, ' 46, Mobile, Ala- bama. • ANTHONY JOSEPH BRUNS, ' 46, Eliiabeth, New Jersey. • CLAUDE LEON BUERGER, JR., ' 45, Mobile, Alabama; Phi Kappa Sigma, Theta Kappa Psi; History of Medicine Society. • REX JAMES BUNKER, ' 45, Caguas, Puerto Rico; Phi Rho Sigma • CURTIS WEBB CAINE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • JOE D. CALHOUN, JR., ' 46, Rayvllle, Lou- isiana. • ROBERT TORRENCE CALE, ' 45, Birmingham, Alabama; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • GENE GEORGE CARP, ' 45, Elizabeth, New Jersey; Kappa Nu, Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • DEI JING CHANG, ' 45, Honolulu, T. H. UnOERGRRDUflTES FIRST ROW • LAWRENCE JOSEPH COHEN, ' 46, Cheyenne, Wyoming. • HENRY THOMAS COOK, ' ■(6, New Orleans, Louisiana. • LANE BUTLER COOKE, JR.. ' 45, Dallas, Texas; Delta Chi, Phi Chi. • FRANK MORTIMER COVERT, ' 45, Austin, Texas; Nu Sigma Nu. • JOHN A. CRAIS, ' 46, Austin, Texas; Nu Sigma Nu. • EDWARD J. CRAWFORD, JR., ' 45, Shreve- port, Louisiana: Phi Delta Theta, Phi Chi. • HOWARD HUGH CRAWFORD, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Lambda Delta, Phi Rho Sigma. • E, B. CROSSETT, ' 46, La Union, New Mexico. • HAROLD CUMMINS, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta PI, Nu Sigma Nu. SECOND ROW • CLYDE ALLEN CURTIS, ' 45, Seattle, Wash- ington; Phi Mu Chi, Theta Kappa PsI; History of Medicine Society; B.S. Degree, University of Washington. • FERNAND JOSEPH DASTUGUE, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Beta Kappa; B.S. Degree, Tulane University. • LANFORD HAROLD DeGENERES, ' 45, Shreve- port, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • MIGUEL SELIM DEJOK, ' 45, Puerto Limon, Costa Rico, C. A.; Phi lota Alpha. • JOHN WINTON DEMING, ' 45, Evergreen, Alabama; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society. • NADENE DENI50N, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana. • FRANK ROLAND DENMAN, ' 45, Houston, Texas; Sigma Chi, Theta Kappa Psi; History of Medicine Society. • ELBERT JACKSON DICKERT, ' 46, Newberry, South Carolina; Phi Chi. THIRD ROW • NORMAN DINHOFER, ' 46, Brooklyn, New York. • HENRY MOSELY DISMUKES, ' 46, Mobile, Alabama. • RALPH AARON DOWNS, ' 46, Pine Bluff, Arkansas. • I5AD0RE DRAVIN, ' 45, Meridian, Mississippi; Sigma Alpha Mu, Phi Delta Epsilon, Beta Mu; History of Medicine Society; Band; Symphony Orchestra; B.S. Degree, Tulane University. • RAYMOND LEON DROSS, ' 45, Houston, Texas; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • JULES ST. MARTIN DUPONT, ' 46, Houma, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Chi. • MITCHELL EDE, ' 46, Hattlesburg, Mississippi. • ALBERT JOHN EHLERT, ' 46, Waterproof, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma, Phi Chi. FOURTH ROW • JACK LEIGH EIDSON, ' 46, Houston, Texas; Phi Kappa Sigma, Theta Kappa Psi, Alpha Phi Omega. • ALLEN JOSEPH ELLENDER, ' 45, Houma, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • ALTON NORMAN EVANS, ' 46, Norman, Ok- lahoma; Sigma Nu, Nu Sigma Nu. • JOHN WILLIAM FAULK, JR., ' 45, Crowley, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma, Phi Chi. • RICHARD ALAN FAUST, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana. • JOHN PHILIP FISCHER, ' 45, Tyler, Texas; A Capella Choir. • JACK WILSON FLOWERS, ' 46, Waco, Texas; Phi Chi. • JEROME BERNARD FORMAN, ' 46, New York. New York. • THOMAS CARLYLE DAVIS, ' 46, Cherokee, Alabama; Phi Chi. • HANSON LOUIS DUPONT, ' 45, Houma, Lou- isiana; Phi Chi. • PAUL SCOTT FOSTER, ' 46, Opp, Alabama; Sigma Nu, Phi Chi. FIRST COLUMN • JACK FRANKEL, ' 46, Jamaica, L. I. • WILLIAM DONALD FRANKLIN, ' 46, Ken Gardens, New York. • BENJAMIN THOMAS GALLOWAY, ' 46, Moultrie, Georgia; Nu Sigma Nu. • JAMES GILLY, III, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Beta Mu; French Club, • IRVIN ALVAN GOLDMAN, ' 46, Bogolusa, Louisiana. • ROBERT SCHUESSLER GRAVES, ' 45, Gads- den, Alabama; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Chi. • ROBERT DELL HAYS, ' 45, Brady, Tenas; Theta Kappa Psi. • CARROLL VINCENT HERRON, ' 46, Monessen, Philadelphia; Nu Sigma Nu. • EUGENE HESDORFFER, ' 46. Canton, Missis- sippi. • JAMES EDWARD HOLMES, ' 46, San Antonio, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. SECOND COLUMN • CECIL ZENO HOLT, ' 45, Gruver, Texas; Phi Chi. • H. WALLACE HUNTER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa; History of Med- icine Society; B.S. Degree, Tulane University. • SIDNEY ITZKOFF, ' 45, New York, New York; B.S. Degree, Tulane University. • MARION LEE JARREL, ' 46, Alexandria, Lou- isiana. • RAFAEL ANGEL JIMENEZ, ' 45, Santurce, Puerto Rico. • JOHN JOFKO, ' 46, Passaic. New Jersey. • LEO E. JOHNS, JR., ' 46, Floresvllle, Texas. • RODNEY CLIFTON JUNG, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Mu; Glee Club. • CHARLES DANIEL KNIGHT, ' 45, Shreveport, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society; Class President, 1943. • ROBERT COLUMBUS LANCASTER, ' 46. Bol- ton, Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi. THIRD COLUMN • ALBERT A. LANG. ' 45, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Phi Rho Sigma. • WILLIAM JOSEPH LANGLOIS, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • JACK LEHMAN, ' 45. New York, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. • ALAN JERRY LEONARD, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Mu, Phi Lambda Kappa, Kappa Nu. • DUDLEY LEIBOWITZ, ' 46, Brooklyn, New York. • WALTER E. LEVY, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana. • WILLIAM P. LINES, ' 45, Dayton, Kentucky; Phi Chi. • RANDOLPH A. LONDON, ' 45, West New York, New Jersey; Phi Lambda Kappa. • DANIEL LUBRANO, JR., ' 45, Tampa, Florida; Phi Rho Sigma. • GEORGE E. McCASKEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Secretary of Freshman Class. UnD6RGRflDUflT£S FIRST ROW • HAROLD J. McCREA, ' 45, Everett, Washing- ton; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • ARMAND G. McHENRY, 46, Ivlonroe, Lou- isiana. • MELVm IvIANDEL, ' 46, Brooklyn, New York. • ARTHUR MULLAY IvIEISEL, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York. • ROBERT E. MOORE, ' 45, DeRldder, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • MORTON B. MORGAN, ' 45, New York, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. • ANDREAS V. MORTENSEN, ' 46, Mobile, Ala- bama. • ED ' WARD L. MYERS, ' 46, Joplin, Missouri; Theta Kappa Psi. • WILLIAM T. NEWSOM, ' 46, Coleman, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. SECOND ROW • BOB PACE, JR., ' 46, Wichita Falls, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. • JAMES P. PERRINE, ' 45, West Monroe, Lou- isiana; Phi Chi. • CHARLES PINKERSON, ' 46. Gainesville, Flor- ida; Phi Chi, Phi Delta Theta. • HOWARD M. POPKIN, ' 45, Brooklyn, New York. • GEORGE W, PRATHER, ' 46, St. Petersburg, Florida • WALTER D. PRESLEY, ' 45, El Campo, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. • LUIS CARLOS PRIETO, JR., ' 45, Panama, Re- public of Panama. • JIMMY C. PROSE, ' 45, Grenada, Mississippi; Theta Xi, Phi Chi. • H. H. gUIRANTE, ' 46, Juares-Chic, Mexico. THIRD ROW • HOWARD QUITTNER, ' 45, Budd Lake, New Jersey. • RAFAEL RAMIREZ, ' 46, Rio Piedraf. • WILLIAM 9. RANDOLPH, ' 45, Winder, Geor- gia; Phi Chi; S. A. E. • JOSEPH H. RAPPEPORT, ' 46, Shreveport, Louisiana. • CHARLES J. RAY, ' 46, Greenville, Alabama. • JAMES O. RICE, ' 46, Seattle, Washington; Theta Kappa Psi. • JAMES G. ROHN, ' 45, Visalia, California; Phi Chi. • J. WILLIAM ROSENTHAL, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana. • J. L. ROSENWEIG, ' 45. Lake Village, Ar- kansas; Zeta Beta Tau. FOURTH ROW • FRANK C. RUYS, ' 45, Pittsburg, California; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • JACK SAIL, ' 46, Paterson, New Jersey. • IRVIN SCHNEIDER, ' 45, Chipley, Florida; E. A. M., Phi D. E. • DANIEL H. SCHWARTZ, ' 46, Brooklyn, New • JULES J. SECKLER, ' 45, Brooklyn, New York; Tau Epsilon Phi. • SAUL SIEGENDORF, ' 46, Passaic, New Jer- sey. • WYMAN P. SLOAN, JR., ' 45, Atlanta, Geor- gia; Phi Chi, Sigma Pi. • DENION W. SMITH, ' 46, Merryville, Louisi- ana; Theta Kappa Psi. • ARTHUR B. SNOWHITE, ' 45, Eli7abeth, New Jersey. FIRST COLUMN • HARRY N. SOLOMON, ' •(6. Las Vegas, Cali- fornia. • ALBERT PETER SPAAR, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Phi Chi; B.S. Degree, Tulane University. • JAMES FRANKLIN STANLEY, ' At. Enterprise, Alabarna; Pi Kappa Phi, Phi Chi. • ALBERT LOUIS STEPLOCK, ' 45, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • HOWARD B. STRAUSS, ' 46, Sreenwald, Mis- sissippi. • AURON Y. SWEET, ' 46, St. Petersburg, Florida • WILLIAM H. SYLL, ' 46, Superior, Arizona; Nu Signna Nu. • WILLIAM J. TALLY, ' 45, Stevenson, Alabama; Pi Kappa Alpha, Nu Sigma Nu. • IGNATIUS TEDE5C0, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Y. M. C. A. • SAM A. THREEFOOT, ' 46, Selma, Alabama. SECOND COLUMN • NORBAN WENDELL TODD, ' 46; New Or- leans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • HOWARD FRANKLIN TODMAN, ' 46, New York, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. • HYMAN CYRIL TOLMAS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana. • PAUL TRAUTMAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Chi Phi; History of Medicine Society. • MARTIN TURKISH, ' 45, Bayonne, New Jer sey; Kappa Nu. C LUTHER TERRELL TYLER, ' 46, Picayune, Mis- sissippi Theta Kappa Psi. • THOMAS HENDRIX WALLACE, ' 45, Joplin, Missouri; Theta Kappa Psi; History of Medicine Society. • JARVIS RUDOLPH WALLER, ' 45, Haynes- ville, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • JAMES ALTO WARD, Jr., ' 45, Birmingham, Alabama; Phi Chi. • GERALD M. WEISS, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana. THIRD COLUMN • GEORGE E. WELCH, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana. • JOHN FARRELL WHITMAN, ' 45, Steuben- ville, Ohio; Chi Phi, Phi Chi; History of Med- icine Society. • JACQUES DAVIS WILKINSON, ' 45, Jackson, Louisiana; Sigma Nu, Phi Chi. • HARRY WILSON, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana. • CHARLES PHILLIP WIMBERLY, ' 46, York, Alabama; Delta Tau Delta, Phi Chi. • LERON DAVID WRIGHT, ' 45, Mexia, Texas; Phi Chi. • SPARKMAN HARDIN WYATT, ' 46, Lula, Mis- sissippi; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Chi. • BENNETT H. YOUNG, ' 45, Opelousas, Lou- isiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • JAMES ELGIN YOUNG, ' 45, Houston, Texas; Phi Kappa Sigma, Theta Kappa Psi; History of Medicine Society. • RICHARD A. YAMANOHA, ' 45. Hilo, Ha- ROBERT J. FARLEY Dean, College of Law ELLIS GIST VOELKER Phi Delta Phi was founded at the University of Michigan in 1869. White Inn Chapter was established at Tulane in 1911. There are now sixty-two active Inns and Barristers ' Inns. The colors are Claret Red and Pearl Blue; the flower, the Jacqueminot Rose. The purpose of this organization is to promote a higher standard of professional ethics and culture in this and other law schools and in the profession at large. PHI DELTA PHI OFFICERS Class 1942 FRANK VOELKER, JR Maglsfer ROBERT M. JETER Exchequer JAMES N, ERWIN Clerk CAREY J. ELLIS. J R Historian Class 1943 DONALD B. EHRHART Magister ROBERT M. JETER Exchequer JAMES N. ERWIN Clerk CAREY J. ELLIS, JR Historian FACULTY MEMBERS 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. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Donald Ehrhart Carey J. Ellis, Jr. James N. Erwin Robert M. Jeter Paul Pigman Chapman Reynolds Henry Williams [103] THE L fl UJ R e U I E UJ BEAN BROWN CARAWAY ELLIS ERWIN HIMEL JETER LYNCH MARX SCHWARTZMAN The Tulane Law Review, successor to the Southern Law Quarterly, is recognized internationally as one of the world ' s outstanding journals of civil and comparative law. It was the first law review to be published in the State of Louisiana and is one of the primary research sources for Louisiana lawyers and scholars. The work of publication is done by a Board of Editors composed of honor students in the Tulane College of Law, with the advice and aid of the faculty and alumni. The war has had its effect on the personnel of the Review but not on the quality of its content. The Board of Editors numbers nearly twenty members under normal conditions. During this year 1942-43 the Board, at one time, had four members. But this small Board has valiantly and unselfishly shouldered the task of editing an excellent volume. In doing so they have brought honor to themselves and to the University. The greatest credit is due the editors-in-chief. James W. Bean editing the first two issues of the year, was a splendid, conscientious editor. The normal labor and responsibility of the office was greatly increased by the shortage of personnel. When Mr. Bean graduated at the end of the first term he was succeeded by Carey J. Ellis, Jr., the present editor, who has followed, with the same skill and loyalty, the example of his predecessor. The present Board (March, 1943) consists of James N. Erwin, Jr., Robert M. Jeter, Jr., Marjorie Lynch, and John F. Caraway. The following were mem- bers of the Board during the year but are now with the armed forces: William Burlie Brown, Rene H. Himel, Jr., Ralph N. Jackson, Harold Marx, Jr., Max P. Zander, and Melvin I. Schwartzman. Appreciation should be expressed to the faculty for unusual efforts in preparing leading articles and guiding student efforts during the year. Oscar J. Tolmas, Richard D. Norton, and Aurelio A. Alba acted at various times during the year as business manager. Miss Gertrude Stein, the Secretary of the Review, served throughout the year with her customary energy and loyalty. And while there may be no such thing as an indispensable man, the Tulane Law Review believes it has the indispensable woman. [1041 THE mOOT COURT The Moot Court competition in the College of Law operates so as to give the student training in some of the more practical aspects of the practice of the legal profession. Through specialized training in the preparation and argument of cases, the student is introduced to what in the future will be his stock in trade. Research, brief writing, and court room technique are stressed and every effort is made to aid participants along these lines. The Board is composed of ranking members from all classes in the college. The work of the Board is to prepare the facts to be argued, to sit as justices on the Supreme Court of Tulane, and generally to supervise and administer the competition. The Moot Court competition for the year 1942 was won by Peter Bernard, Michael CuUigan, and Howard Gist. Donald Ehrhart was the winner for the year 1943. MEMBERS FERD F. STONE . . . Faculty Adviser 1942 BOARD PETER BERNARD Chairman DONALD EHRHART .... Secretary Howard Gist Allen Fontenot Aline Noblle Theodore Thompson 1943 BOARD DONALD EHRHART .... Chairman LOUIS McFAUL Secretary Charlotte Ashley Allen Fontenot John Lewis [105] SEniOR LflUJ FIRST ROW SECOND ROW • JAMES WESLEY BEAN, Merryville, Louisiana; Omicron Delta Kappa; La Societe du Droit Civil; Law Review. e ALINE JOEL MOBILE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Moot Court Board; Vice-President Senior Class of Law School. • PETER LOUIS BERNARD, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Y. M. C. A.; Bachelor of Arts, Tulane, ' 41; Moot Court Board, Chairman; Y. M. C. A. President; Vice- President, Junior Class. • EDGAR ARTURO OBREGON, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Phi iota Alpha. • MELVIN IRA SCHWARTZMAN, Los Angeles, California; Zeta Beta Tau; Law Review; Varsity Tennis Squad {I, 2, 3, 4); Varsity Tennis Team (2, 3, 4). • MICHAEL EMMETT CULLIGAN, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana. • THEODORE WALL THOMPSON, Kenner, Louisiana; Moot Court Board; Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa; Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class; B.A., Tulane, ' 41. • JAMES NEWTON ERWIN. JR., Oakdale, Louisiana; Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa; President, Student Council; President, Law Student Body; Editor-in-Chief, Tulane Law Review; President La So- ciete Du Droit Civil. • WALTER CHILLINGWORTH THOMPSON, Kenner, Louisiana; Theta Nu, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa; La Societe du Droit Civil; B.A., Tulane, ' 41; Book Review Editor of Tulane Law Review. • HOWARD BATTLE GIST, JR., Alexandria, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court Board; President Senior Law Class. • OSCAR J. TOLMAS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Nu; Band; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; I. R. C; Oratorical and Debating; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil; University Theatre; Business Manager, Tulane Law Review; Chaplain and Sergeant-at-Arms of Senior Class of College of Law; Vice-Speaker of Glendy Burke; President of Bardies; B.A. Degree, ' 41. • WILLIAM EVERETTE GREENLEES, Greensboro. Alabama; Phi Delta Phi. • FRANK VOELKER, JR., Lake Providence, Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi, Delta Kapff ' ia Epsilon. CULLIGAN ERWIN GIST GREENLESS OBREGON SCHWARTZMAN T. THOMPSON W. THOMPSON TOLMAS VOELKER UnDERGRRDUflUS FIRST ROW • CHARLOTTE MORSE ASHLEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Tlieta; Oreades. • JOHN FRED CARAWAY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Freshman Forensic Council; Glendy Burke; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants; President, Freshman Law Class; Chairman. Oratorical and Debating; Member of Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. • NICHOLAS N. CARIDAS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Glendy Burke; Hullabaloo; I. R. C; Law Re- view, ' 46. SECOND ROW • ROBERT LEE ROY CHIPLEY, JR., ' 44; Kappa Sigma; Hullabaloo; Tennis (I, 2, 3). • CHARLES C. CRADY, III, ' 46, Fort Worth, Texas. • DOROTHY RITA DOWLING, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana. THIRD ROW • DONALD BOND EHRHART, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi; Sec- retary, Moot Court Board; Vice-President, Law School Student Body. • CAREY JAMES ELLIS, JR., ' 44; Rayville, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Phi, Alpha Alpha Alpha, Phi Delta Phi; Law Review. Naval R. O. T. C; Scabbard and Blade; Taffrail. • ALLEN R. FONTENOT, ' 44, Mamou, Louisiana; Sigma Chi, Alpha Alpha Alpha; La Societe du Droit Civil; Moot Court Board. FOURTH ROW • JACK ASHLEY GOLD, ' 46, Shreveport, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu. • LEO M. KING, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana. • MARJORIE LYNCH, ' 44, Point, Texas; La Societe du Droit Civil; Law Review; Secretary-Treasurer; Class of ' 44. FIFTH ROW • L. W. McFAUL, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma, Alpha Alpha Alpha, Kappa Delta Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa; Naval R. O. T C; Taffrail; White Elephants. • V. A. PACIERA. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana. • BEN PERKOWSKl. JR , ' 46; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. SIXTH ROW • HOUSTON CHAPMAN REYNOLDS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana. • CHARLES SCHWARTZ, JR., ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana. ACADEMIC SCHOOLS JAMES M. ROBERT Dean, College of Engineering BELOW, FIRST ROW • EDWARD A. ADEY. Ill, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; A. S. C. E.; E. T. A.; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Scabbard and Blade. • FERNANDO ALVARADO, San Jose, Costa Rica; Arts and Sciences. • YVONNE EDWINA ANDERSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Newcomb Student Government; Newcomb Student Council; LJniversIty Theatre; Y. W. C. A.; Lagniappes. • RICHARD GEORGE ANDRY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Tau Delta; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • CtHARLES F. ANFPOHL, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Glendy Burke; 1. R. C; Y. M. C. A. • MALCOLM DOUGLAS ARNOULT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Honor Board. • SAMUEL ANDREW ARNY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Mu. BELOW, SECOND ROW • JAMES SAMUEL ASSUNTO, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Campus Nite; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. • THOMAS GUS BAFFES, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Mu; Alpha Pi Alpha, French Club. • MICHAEL HARDIE BAGOT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Freshman Forensic Council; Naval R. O. T. C; Oratorical and Debating; Taffrail; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. • WILMA MAY BAKER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • EDWARD BLEIKE BALDINGER, JR., New Orleans, Lousiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma, Freshman Forensic Council; Honor Board; Hullabaloo; Y. M. C. A. Hullabaloo Sports Editor; Freshman Handbook Sports Editor; Intramural Basketball, Football, Softball; Y. M. C. A. Vice-President; Football Manager. seniOR CLASS • KATHRYN MAE BALMER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Pan-Hellenic Council. • GEORGE RICHARD BARRETT, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. ADEY ASSUNTO ALVARADO BAFFES ANDERSON BAGOT ANDRY BAKER ANFPOHL BALDINGER ARNOULT BALMER ARNY BARRETT ABOVE, FIRST ROW • EARL P. BARTLETT. JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi; Pan-Hellenic Council; Tennis Team; President 13 Club; Class President, 1940-41, Class Vice-President, 1941-42. • HERBERT BARTON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; National Association of Cost Accountants. BELOW, FIRST ROW • WALTER HUGH BRENT, JR., Hammond, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • ELSIE JUNE BREITENBACH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Oreadcs; Mathematic Club. • SAMUEL BAUM, Passaic, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences; Phi Lambda Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma. • CHARLES SUMNER BELL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Gamma Sigma; Academic Board; Class President. 1942-43; National Association of Cost Accountants. • JULIENNE ZOE BENJAMIN, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; I. R. C; Operetta. • ROMAN WALTER BENTZ, Hericon, Wisconsin; Arts and Sciences. • JULIAN POCHE BRIGNAC, Hester, Louisiana; Commerce; Omicron Delta Kappa; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers; Taffrail; Tulane Student Council, Football, Baseball; President Commerce Student Body; Class President, 1941-42. BELOW, SECOND ROW • JOAN MARIE BROOKS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; University Theatre. • JAMES MICHEL BER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; Intramural Football. Softball, Basketball. • PERRY LAWRENCE BROWN, New Iberia, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Architectural Society; Jambalaya. ABOVE, SECOND ROW • GERALD SANDERS BERENSON, Bogalusa, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau, Phi Delta Epsilon; Honor Board. • TOM NORTON BERNARD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Alpha; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail; Lagniappes. • ARTHUR WILLIAM BOHMFALK. JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; A Capella Choir; Band; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; Operetta; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A.; Senior Prom Committee. • JEAN LAURYINE BONNER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A.; Festival Choir. • JOHN FRANCIS BOWEN, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. 1. E. E. • HENRY BENJAMIN BRADFORD, II, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; National Association of Cost Accountants. • KATHERINE LESLIE BRASH, Gulfport, Mississippi; Newcomb; Assets; French Club; Hullabaloo; Jennie Nixon Debating; Newcomb Student Government; Univer- sity Theatre; Y. W. C. A.; Class Treasurer, 1941-42; Newcomb Editor of the Hulla- baloo, 1942-43. • VICTOR HUGO BRUNO, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Architectural Society; Symphony Orchestra. BRENT BROOKS BREITENBACH BROWN BRIGNAC BRUNO A. BRUMS CALHOUN J. BRUMS CAMBON BURGESS CAMPBELL BURLESON CARPENTER BURWELL CASH CAIRE CHALSTROM CALDWELL CHEVIS BELOW, FIRST ROW • MERVEN CHUN, Honolulu, T. H.; Arts and Sciences. • COMMIE HESTER CLAVERIE, Mew Cileans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Beta Beta: Glee Club; Greenbackers; Operetta; Jambalaya; Newcomb Student Council; University Theatre; Mewcomb Associate Editor Jambalaya; President Beta Beta Beta; Student Center Council, Ctialrman Junior Prom Committee, Class Treasurer, 1942-43; Catholic Club; Publication Board; Homecoming Court; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; College Gift Chairman. • JOY CLAY, New Oi leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi, Theta Mu; Hullabaloo; T. U. R K.; Y. W C. A. ABOVE, FIRST ROW • ANTHONY JOSEPH BRUMS, Ellzabelh, Mew Jersey; Arts and Sciences; Univer- sity Theatre. • JOHN HEMRY BRUMS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E.; E. T. A. • GEORGE EVAN BURGESS, JR.; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Epsllon Delta; Naval R. O. f. C; Taffrall; UnlversHy Theatre; Y. M. C. A. • CHARLES ALLEN BURLESON, JR., Erie, Pennsylvania; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Pi Alpha; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers, Taffrall; Class President, 1942-43. BELOW, SECOND ROW • HELEN RUTH CLAYTON, Winnetka, Illinois; Mewcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta. • HUBERT CLOTWORThY, JR., Mew Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E. • DOROTHY ANNE COFFEY. Birmingham, Alabama; Newcomb; Art Club. CHUN CLAYTON CLAVERIE CLOTWORTHY CLAY COFFEY • JOHN SPOTSWOOD BURWELL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; A, S M. E,; E. T. A.; Y. M. C. A. • ALBERT DAVID CAiRE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrall. • BETTY CALDWELL, Shieveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. ABOVE, SECOND ROW • JOE D. CALHOUN, JR.. Rayvllle, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Chi, Beta Mu. • ELISE CAMBON, Mew Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Art Club; Greenbackers; University Theatre. • CHARLES BOYLE CAMPBELL, JR., College Station, Texas; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Naval R, O. T C; Operetta; Taffrail; White Elephants; Festival Choir. • JUNE ELIZABETH CARPENTER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club. • FRANCES GARRATT CASH, Memphis, Tennessee; Mewcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club; Newcomb Resident Student Government. • HORACE BROWMELL CHALSTROM, Mew Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Pi; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T, C; Taffrall; Y. M. C. A.; Phi Phi. • MIRIAM RUTH CHEVIS, Mew Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Class Secretary- Treasurer, 1942-43; Student Body Secretary-Treasurer, 1940-41. BELOW. FIRST ROW • ALBERT HARRY COHEN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Intramural Soft- ball, Football, Basketball. • LAWRENCE JOSEPH COHEN. Cheyenne. Wyoming; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. Phi Delta Epsilon; Y. M, C. A.; Class Treasurer. • LESTER FERDINAND COLEMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Pi Alpha; A. I. of Ch E.; Y. M. C. A. • FREDERICK HUNTER COLLINS. JR., New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta, Phi Phi. Greenbackers; Student Center Council. e MARTIN FRANKLIN COMER. Gary, Indiana; Arts and Sciences; Football, Track. Basketball. o FRANCES BISLAND CONNELY, New Orleans; Newcomb, Alpha Delta Pi; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council. e HENRY THOMAS COOK, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Kappa Kappa, Beta Mu. BELOW. SECOND ROW a FREDERICK J. CORALES. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Phi Omega; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. DR. MARTEN TEN HOOR Dean. College of Arts and Sciences • LETA REMBERT COVINGTON, Summit, Mississippi; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Newcomb Resident Student Government; Pan-Hellenic Council. • FLORENCE M. COYNE. Gretna, Louisiana; Newcomb; Dance Club; Mathematics Club; Y. W. C. A. • CHARLES C. CRADY. III. Fort Worth, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Honor Board; Glendy Burke; Oratorical Debating. • THOMAS COSGROVE CREAGAN, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Chi Sigma; A, I. of Ch. E. • NICHOLAS CLAY CROMWELL. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Glee Club; Naval R O. T. C; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail; White Elephants. • RICHARD PEYTAVIN CROMWELL. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. Phi Phi; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. senioR CLASS A. COHEN CORALES L. COHEN COVINGTON COLEMAN COYNE COLLINS CRADY COMER CREAGAN CONNELY N. CROMWELL COOK R. CROMWELL MISS ANNA E. MANY Counselor to Women, Newcomb College CELOW, FIRST ROW • E. B. CROSSETT, Lii Un:on, New kexico; Arts and Sciences; Theta Kappa Ps!. • ELEANOR JOSEPHINE CROUCH, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Theta Nu; Hullabaloo; I R. C, President Theta Nu, 1942-43; Associate Editor Hullabaloo, 1942-43. • CLYDE JOSEPH CUCULLU. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; A, I, E. E,; Intramural Football. o MARIE LOUISE CUQUET, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; A Capella Choir; Campus Nite; Oreades; Dance Club; French Club; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Operetta; Y. W. C. A., Aavertising Manager of Dance Club. • BERNARD CUTLER. New York City, Arts and Sciences. • ANNA MAY DALIER, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Classical Club; French Club. • JOHN DANE. JR.. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma; Pan-Hellenic Council. BELOW, SECOND ROW • CONCETTA MARIE DANNA, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Oreades; Y. W. C. A. • EDWIN EUGENE DANNER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Pi; Honor Board; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. M. C. A. • CLARA JANE DART, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Pan- Hellenic Council. • HENRY CONRAD DAUBERT, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Pi Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • HARRY RICHARD DAVIES, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. senioR CLASS • MARY WINEMAN DAVIS, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Dance Club; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre; Secretary-Treasurer of Dance Club, 1942-43; Art " Club; President Dance Club. 1941-42; Hullabaloo; Newcomb Athletic Council, 1941-42; Newcomb Student Government, 1941-42. • ERNEST POSEY de SIMONIN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; French Club; Glendy Burke; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. CROSSETT CROUCH CUCULLU CUQUET DANNA DANNER DART DAUBERT DAVIES CUTLER DALIER DAVIS DANE deSlMONIN DEMAREST DOUGLAS DERBES DOWNS DESMOND DRAYFUS DINHOFER DUCKWORTH DISMUKES DUVIC DOELL DUNCAN DONNAUD DUNWODY ABOVE. FIRST ROW BELOW, FIRST ROW • E. JUDSON DEMAREST, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Architectural Society; Naval R. O. T. C; Talfrail; Y. M. C. A.; Class Secretary-Treasurer, 1942-43. • JOSEPH BENTON DUPONT, Thibodaux, Louisiana; Corrmercc; Kappa Alpha; Intramural Unit Manager; Golf Team. • MAXIME JOSEPH DERBES, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Sigma Phi; Camera Club; Glee Club; Intramural Unit Manager; National Associa- tion of Cost Accountants. • PIERRE RADFORD DUPONT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Phi; Glendy Burke; Hullabaloo; T. U. R. K. • JOHN JACOB DESMOND, Hammond, Louisiana; Engineering; Omicron Delta Kappa; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Scabbard and Blade; Gargoyle; Vice-President of College of Engineering, 1942-43; President of School of Architec- ture, 1942-43; Co-Editor of the Taffrail Log, 1942-43. • DOROTHY DYKE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • NORMAN DINHOFER, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Nu; University Theatre. • HENRY MOSLEY DISMUKES, Mobile, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta, Phi Chi. BELOW, SECOND ROW • LLOYD EDWIN EAGAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Sigma Phi; White Elephants; Y. M. C A. • HAZEL FLORENCE DOELL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • CHARLES O. DONNAUD, III, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Jambalaya Business Manager; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; T. U, R. K. ABOVE, SECOND ROW • JULIET ALICE EBEL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb, Oreades; Y. W. C. A. • PHYLLIS SHIRLEY ECKERT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • EVE CULIN DOUGLAS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb, Pi Beta Phi; Honor Board; Mathematics Club; Newcomb Student Council; Y. W. C. A. • RALPH AARON DOWNS, JR., Pine Bluff, Arkansas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu. • JULES HENRY DRAYFUS, Shreveport, Louisiana; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; Honor Board; T. U. R. K.; Class Vice-President, 1942-43. • WILTON KEITH DUCKWORTH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Band; Camera Club; Campus NIte; Freshman Forensic Council; Oratorical and Debating. • HELEN CLAIRE DUVIC, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Greenbackers. • HERMAN JOHN DUNCAN, JR., Alexandria, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Architectural Society; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • ROBSON BRANAN DUNWODY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E. J. DuPONT EAGAN P. DuPONT EBEL DYKE ECKERT ECUYER FANZ EDE FAUST ELY ESTOPINAL EVANS EVERSMEYER EYRICH FELDMAN FISHER FITZGERALD FITZSIMMONS FLAKE BELOW, FIRST ROW • AUDREY VALERIE FLAUTT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron. • ALVIN SCHAFF FLETTRICH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Architectural Society; T. U. R. K. • MARY ANN FOLLETT, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Assets; T. U. R. K.; Corresponding Secretary of Class. 1940-41; Recording Secretary of Class, 1941-42. ABOVE, FIRST ROW • DOROTHY WORDEN ECUYER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI; A Cape I la Choir; Assets; Campus Nite; Glee Club; Honor Board; Operetta; Newcomb Student Council; T. U. R. K.; Festival Choir; President of Senior Class; Vice-President of Lagniappes; President of A Capella Choir; Accompanist for Tulane Glee Club; Who ' s Who; Homecoming Queen; President of Assets. • MITCHELL EDE, Hattiesburg. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Pi Alpha. BELOW, SECOND ROW • GERVAIS WEIL FORD, JR., Lake Charles, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Glendy Burke; Honor Board; Hullabaloo; I. R. C; Y. M. C. A.; Kappa Delta Pi; Student Center Council; War Forum Board. • JAMES ANDREW ELY, JR., Shaw, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi, Phi Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa; Tuiane Student Council. • VIVIAN LOUISE ESTOPINAL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JAMES A. EVANS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; E. T. A.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrall; Scabbard and Blade; Tulanian Business Manager. • JEROME BERNARD FORMAN, New York City; Arts and Sciences; Phi Lambda Kappa. • DOT LEE EVERSMEYER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Secretary-Treasurer of School of Commerce. • JOHN FRANCIS FORTIER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E. PAGES Hi 117 • LLOYD CHARLES EYRICH, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha PI Alpha; Y. M. C. A. FLAUTT FORD FLETTRICH fORMAN FOLLETT FORTIER ABOVE, SECOND ROW • JOHN WILLIAM FANZ, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Honor Board; Hullabaloo; Intramural Council; Jambalaya; Class President 1941-42 and 1942-43; Intramural Softball, Football. Basketball. • RICHARD ALAN FAUST, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Nu Sigma Nu, Kappa Alpha, Beta Mu; White Elephants; Football. • A. SAUL FELDMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • ISABEL JUDITH FISHER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • RICHARD CURTIS FITZGERALD New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; Scabbard and Blade; A. I. of Ch. E. • MARIE LOUISE FITZSIMMONS. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Tulane Mathematics Club; Y. W. C. A, • BEN H. FLAKE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E, BELOW, FIRST ROW • LELA MAE FOURNET, Metairie, Louisiana; Nowcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • CHARLES HILLIAM FRANK, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau; A. I. of Ch. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; President of A. I. of Ch. E. • JACK FRANKEL, Jannaica, Long Island; Arts and Sciences. • WILLIAtv DONALD FRANKLIN, Kew Gardens, New York; Arts and Sciences. • FRANK CHARLES FROMHERZ, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigrra Chi; A. S. C. E.; E. T. A.; Tulane Yachting Club. • WARREN JOSEPH GADPAILLE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta. • EARL B. GAINES, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. BELOW, SECOND ROW • ANNABELLE CLAIRE GALLE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A. CAPTAIN F. U. LAKE Professor of Naval Science and Tactics • WARREN LEON GARFUNKEL. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Alpha tvlu; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Operetta; Y. M. C. A.; Vice-President of Glee Club. • GLORIA HERLIHY GAUNT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Art Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; Beta Beta Beta; Spanish Club. • tvtARJORIE GEIER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • ATHALIE MARIE GENERES, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Eta Sigma Phi; Classical Club. • JOE GOLDBERG. JR.. Belzoni, Mississippi; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; Green- backers; Basketball Manager, 1941-42. • IRVIN ALVAN GOLDMAN, Bogalusa, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Lambda Kappa, Kappa Nu, seniOR CLASS FOURNET GALLE FRANK GARFUNKEL FRANKEL GAUNT FRANKLIN GEIER FROMHERZ GENERES GADPAILLE GOLDBERG GAINES GOLDMAN DR. ELIZABETH WISNER Dean. School of Social Work BELOW, FIRST ROW • RUTH GOLDMAN, Bogalusa, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Sigma Sigma; I, R. C; Pan-Hellenic Council • ARTHUR GOTTLIEB. Brooklyn. New York; Commerce; Kappa Nu; Pan-Hellenic Council; Intramural Basketball. Baseball. FootbalL • ALVIN GOSMAN GOTTSCHALL. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A. S, M. E.; I. R. C; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail; Thirteen Club; T. U. R. K.; Y. M. C. A.; Louisiana Engineering Society. • MILDRED ELIZABETH GRANT. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Pan-Hellenic Council. • SHIRLEY CLAIRE GRENIER. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Beta Beta; Newcomb Athletic Council; Newcomb Intramurals. • ROBERT JOSEPH GRUSH. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Omicron Delta Kappa; A, S. M. E.; E. T. A.; Student Council. • FRED ERNEST GUEDRY. JR., New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Varsity Baseball; Y. M. C. A. BELOW, SECOND ROW • RODNEY CLARKE HAASE, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce. • GEORGE BARTLETT HALL. Alexandria., Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma, Beta Gamma Sigma. Pi Kappa Delta. • JOHN FRANCIS HALLIGAN. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Pi Alpha. Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E. • NORMAN GERALD HAMM, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: A. I. E. E.; E. T. A.; Treasurer of A. I. E. E.. 1941-42; Chairman of A. I. E. E., 1942. • HOWARD DARIS HARDEE. Fernandina. Florida; Arts and Sciences. SEniOR CLASS • WILLET BINION HARMON. Apopka, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • FRANCIS MARION HARRIS. JR., New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences: Alpha Pi Alpha, Beta Mu; Band; Honor Board; Symphony Orchestra. GOLDMAN HAASE GOTTLIEB GOTTSCHALL GRANT HALL HALLIGAN HAMM GRENIER HARDEE GRUSH HARMON GUEDRY HARRIS HEBERT HOLBROOK HEEBE HOTARD HERZFELD HUPPENBAUER HESDORFFER JACOBI HEYMANN JAMIESON HODNETT JARRELL HOFSTRA JEFFREY ABOVE, FIRST ROW WALLACE SANFORD HEBERT. New Orleans, Louisiana: Commerce. • FREDERICK JACOB REASON HEEBE. Gretna, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi. • JULIA HAGEDORN HERZFELD, West Point, Georgia; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Ptii; Newcomb Athletic Council; Newcomb Resident Student Government; Univer- sity Theatre; Beta Beta Beta. • EUGENE HESDORFFER, Canton, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau, Phi Delta Epsilon. BELOW, FIRST ROW • JAMES MORTON JENNINGS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: Ph! Kappa Sigma; A. S. M. E.; Glee Club; Secretary of A, S. M, E.; Intramural Base- ball, Football; Instructor in Naval Science; Louisiana Engineering Society. • MARGARET IRWIN JOACHIM, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Newcomb Student Government; Oper- etta; Vice-President of Glee Club, 1941-42; President of Glee Club, 1942-43; Fes- tival Choir; Lagniappes; Catholic Club. • JOHN JOFKO, Passaic, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Kappa Kappa, Phi Kappa Sigma. • JACQUELINE HEYMANN, Lafayette, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon, Phi; Glee Club. • MARY KATHERINE HODNETT, Winter Haven, Florida; Newcomb; Art Club. • MARGARITA HOFSTRA, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Classical Club; Dance Club. BELOW, SECOND ROW • LEO E. JOHNS, Floresville, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma, Nu Sigma Nu. • ROY ERNEST JOHNSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. C. E.; Band; E. T. A.; Y. M. C. A., Varsity Baseball; Intramural Basketball. Softball, Football. ABOVE, SECOND ROW • BRUCIE JONES, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. Beta Beta Beta; Greenbackers. • SALLY HUNTER HOLBROOK, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Pan-Hellenic Council; University Theatre. • JANE M. HOTARD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • EUGENE EDWARD HUPPENBAUER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce National Association of Cost Accountants. • WILLIAM JAMES JACOBI, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; A. I. E. E.; Secretary of A. I. E. E., 1942-43. • MERWIN MERCIER JAMIESON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Ph! Kappa Sigma, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa; Honor Board; Pan- Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K.; Y. M. C. A.; Lagniappes Executive Council; Chair- man and Treasurer of Tulane Pan-Hellenic Council; Class Vice-President, 1939-40 and 1941-42; National Association of Cost Accountants. • MARION LEE JARRELL, Alexandria, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Kappa Sigma. • NEILL PRESSLEY JEFFREY, JR., Jeanerette, Louisiana; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; A. S. C. E.; E. T. A.; Honor Boaid Secretary-Treasurer, Engineer Student Body. JENNINGS JOHNS JOACHIM JOHNSON JOFKO JONES JONES KLEPINGER JORDAN KNOLLE JOSEPH KOLTUN JUNKER KOREN KARSTENDIEK LABARRE KIDD LAFAYE KINS LAMANTIA BELOW, FIRST ROW • CYNTHIA HYDE LANDRY. New Orleans. Louisiana; Ncwcomb; Pi Beta Phi; French Club; Literary Club. • JOSEPH THOMAS LEE, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; A. S. C. E.; E. T. A.; Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball. Soccer; Vice-Pres- ident of A. S. C. E., 1941-42; President of A. S. C. E.. 1942-43; Secretary of E. T. A.; Treasurer of Tau Beta Pi; Louisiana Engineering Society. ABOVE, FIRST ROW • DOROTHY ANN JONES, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Mu. • THOMAS FRANCIS JORDAN, Plainfield, New Jersey; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. • GORDON LOUIS JOSEPH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Phi Omega. • RICHARD HONG WAH LEE. Honolulu, Hawaii; Arts and Sciences; Glee Club; Operetta. • ASHTON STROUD JUNKER. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • MARJORIE CLARE KARSTENDIEK, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. BELOW, SECOND ROW • DUDLEY LEIBOWITZ, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Sciences; Phi Lambda Kappa. • ESTHER SAMUEL LEVIN. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Mathematics Club; Classical Club. • NITA ETHEL KIDD, Baton Rouge. Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Honor Board; Newcomb Student Government; Newcomb Student Council; T. U. R. K.; President of Alpha Sigma Sigma, and President of Chi Omega. • LEONARD MUELLER KING, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences;- PI Kappa Alpha; Hullabaloo; Naval R. O, T. C; Oratorical and Debating; Taff- rail, T. U. R. K. O JEAN LEVY, Glencoe, Illinois; Newcomb; Operetta; University Theatre. LANDRY LEIBOWITZ J. LEE LEVIN R. LEE LEVY ABOVE, SECOND ROW • JEANNE LOWESS KLEPINGER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Senior Dance Committee; Spanish Club. • WILKES ALLEN KNOLLE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Glee Club; Operetta. • ALLEN B. KOLTUN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Mu; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrall; Intramural Softball, Football. Basketball. • PAUL MARTIN KOREN, New Oileans. Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E.; E. T. A.; Y. M. C. A. • ANTHONY EDWARD LABARRE, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E.; Naval R. O. T. C. • EDWIN ALBERT LAFAYE. JR.. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; General Manager of Techni-Torgue. • JAMES ROGERS LAMANTIA. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; Architectural Society; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A.; Senior Dance Committee. BELOW, FIRST ROW • WALTER EDMOND LEVY, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon; Beta Mu; Frencti Club; I. R. C. • MARJORIE GORDON LEWIS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Ncwcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Camera Club; Hullabaloo; Pan-Hellenic Council. • ROY MILTON LEWIS, LaCrossc, Wisconsin; Commerce. • SHIRLEY MAE LIDDELL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb, Beta Sigma Omi- cron; Greenbackers; Mathematics Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A.; Sec- retary, Y. W. C. A. • DAVID LIDSKY, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Sciences. • RICHARD EDWARD LIEURANCE, Amarillo, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. • BENJAMIN DUNCAN ALLEN LILL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Cheerleaders; Hullabaloo; Mathematics Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Stripers; Taffrail; T. U. R. K.; White Elephants; Head Cheerleader; Student Lieutenant (j.g.). BELOW, SECOND ROW • HARRIET LINE, Missoula, Montana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Dance Club; Newcomb Resident Student Government; University Theatre. 1 ' " 1 m ■ml ' IPP 1 iHi DR. FREDERICK HARD Dean, Newcomb College • ALEX A. LoCASCIO, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Pi; Campus Nite; Y. M. C. A. • CAROLYN ROSA LOEB, Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Honor Board; Hullabaloo; Newcomb Resident Student Government; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K,; University Theatre; Homecoming Court; Class Secretary, 1942-13. • RICHARD BLAND LOGAN, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Phi, Tau Beta Pi; A. S. M. E.; E. T. A.; Honor Board, Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers. • STEPHEN ANTHONY LONGO, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Band; Y. M. C. A.; Symphony Orchestra. • CLIFFORD CHARLES LOSBERG, JR.. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Gamma Sigma. » LUCILLE MARIE LOUBAT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Beta Beta. SCniOR CLASS LEVY LINE M. LEWIS LOCASCIO R. LEWIS LOEB LIDDELL LOGAN LIDSKY LONGO LIEURANCE LOSBERG irLL LOUBAT DR. ROBERT P. McCUTCHEON Dean, Graduate School, Director, University College BELOW, FIRST ROW • FOSTER COLLINS McCALEB, JR., Houma, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • GEORGE EDWARD McCASKEr, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ences; Pi Kappa Alpha, Nu Sigma Nu; White Elephants; T. U. R. K.; Glee Club; Honor Council; Baseball; Class President, 1937-40; Class Vice-President, 1740-41; Intramural Council Director. • ALBERT BABCOCK McCOARD, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi, Phi Phi; A. I. of Ch. E.; White Elephants; Boxing; Track; Intramural Football, Basketball, Baseball. • TRIST BRINGIER McCONNELL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; A. I. E. E.; E. T. A.; Y. M. C A. S WALTER VINCENT McDONALD, Struthers, Ohio; Arts and Sciences; Omicron Delta Kappa; Honor Board; Varsity Basketball; Co-Captain of Varsity Football; Vice-President of Arts and Sciences. • LOUIS WILLIAM McFAUL, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma, Alpha Alpha Alpha, Kappa Delta Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa; Naval R, O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants, Football; Student Center Council; Class Secretary-Treasurer, 1939-40; Class President, 1940-41. • SCHAUMBURG McGEHEE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Chi Sigma; Greenbackers. BELOW, SECOND ROW • PAUL McGILL, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi. • HELEN LOUISE MacGLASHAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Hulla- baloo; Beta Beta Beta. • ARMAND GOLDSMITH McHENRY, Monroe, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Nu Sigma Nu. • PETE ALBERT McLEOD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JANE LINTON McNIVEN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Operetta; Newcomb Orchestra. SCniOR CLASS • WILLIAM KENNON McWILLIAMS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma, G. E. O., Phi Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa; Campus Nite; Honor Board; Y. M. C. A.; Basketball; Baseball; Football Manager; Intramural Football, Soccer, Handball, Softball; President Y. M. C. A., 1940-41 and 1941-42; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Honor Council; Campus Nite Committee, 1942-43; Home- coming Committee, 1941-42 and 1942-43; Freshman, Sophomore, Junior Dance Com- mittee; Freshman Orientation, 1941-42 and 1942-43. • CHARLES FREEMAN MAGINNIS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Gamma Epsilon Omega; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers; Taffrail; Scabbard and Blade. McCALEB McGILL McCASKEY MacGLASHAN McCOARD McHENRY McCONNELL McLEOD McDonald McNIVEN McFAUL McWILLIAMS McGEHEE MAGINNIS J. MAGINNIS W. MAGINNIS MALHIOT MANDEL MANGIARACINA MARION MARKOV ITZ MARQUER MARKS A. MARTIN B. MARTIN J. MARTIN MARTINEZ MARX ABOVE, FIRST ROW • JOHN DONELAS MAGINNIS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. Intramurals. BELOW, FIRST ROW • LOUIS MASUR, JR.. Monroe, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Epsilon Pi. • WILLIAM DANIEL MAGINNIS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Honor Board; Football; Student Body Secretary-Treasurer, 1942-43. GERTRUDE ELIZABETH MEAD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • WARREN SELDEN MALHIOT, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • MELVIN MANDEL, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Sciences; Phi Lambda Kappa. • ARTHUR MURRAY MEISEL, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Nu; University Theatre. • ANNA MARIE MANGIARACINA. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Eta Sigma Phi; Oreades. • MOONYEAN MARION, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Assets; Newcomb Honor Board; Newcomb Student Government; Newcomb Student Council; T. U. R. K.; President of Newcomb Student Government Associa- tion; President of Newcomb Student Council; Student Center Council; Treasurer of Newcomb Student Body, 1941-42; Class President, 1940-41; Alpha Sigma Sigma; Secretary of Tulane Student Council. BELOW, SECOND ROW • JULIAN JAMES MIESTER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Band; University Theatre; Y. M, C. A. • NOTHALIE RITA MIESTER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JEROME MARKOWITZ, New York, New York; Arts and Sciences. ABOVE, SECOND ROW • HENRY KINGHADE MILLER, Shreveport, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta; Honor Board; White Elephants; Intramural Football, Baseball, Basket- ball; Junior Prom Committee. • MARIE BAUDEAN MARQUER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; A Capclla Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A.; Festival Choir; Catholic Club. • GEORGE PEABODY MARKS, 111, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Eta Sigma Phi. a ALLEN WALKER MARTIN. 111. Bogalusa, Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. Alpha Alpha Alpha. • BARBARA CATHERINE MARTIN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club. • JAMES HENRY MARTIN, JR.. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Pi, Phi Phi, • JOHN LUIS MARTINEZ, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma, Tau Beta PI; A. S. M. E.; E. T. A. • HOWARD FLEMIN MARX, Monroe. Louisiana; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau. Tau Beta Pi; A. S. M. E.; Cheerleaders; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K. MASUR J. MIESTER MEAD N. MIESTER MEISEL MILLER MILLER MORRI! MILLET MORT MINOR MORTENSEN MINTZ MOSSY MONNINGER MURPHY MONROE MURRAY MONTGOMERY NAIHAUS BELOW, FIRST ROW ABOVE, FIRST ROW • ROBERT EWING NEWLING, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A. I. E. E.; E. T. A.; Y. M. C. A.; Class Secretary-Treasurer (I. 2); Intra- mural Football, Baseball, Basketball. • JAMES HUGH MILLER. JR.. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; A. I, E. E.; E. T. A. • ELSE MYRTLE NIELSEN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Beta Beta; Y. W. C. A.; Chapel Chairman. • JANE CARROLL MILLET, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta, Theta Nu; Hullabaloo. • BEHY JANE NOLAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • WILSON F. MINOR, Bogalusa, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Hullabaloo; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Scabbard and Blade. BELOW, SECOND ROW • ELLIS MINTZ, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • DOROTHY MARIE NOLAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Swimming Club. • GLORIA ADELE MONNINGER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Editor of Hullabaloo; Lagniappes; Eta Sigma Phi, Theta Nu; Oreades. • HERBERT O ' DONNELL, JR.. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, Delta Sigma lota, Omicron Delta Kappa; A. S. C, E.; E. T. A.; Honor Board; Intramural Unit Manager; Mathematics Club; T. U. R. K.; Vice-President Class (2); President Class (3); President E. T. A.; President Tau Beta Pi; Intramural Basketball. Football, Baseball. • LESTER THOMAS OZIO, JR., Morgan City, Louisiana; Commerce; Band (I, 2, 3); Campus Nite; Greenbackers; University Theatre (2, 3); Y. M. C. A. (2). • DAVID MONROE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; P! Kappa Alpha; Var- sity Track ( ' 41, ' 42, ' 43); Track Captain ( ' 43); Cross Country ( ' 40, ' 41, ' 42, ' 43); Cross Country Captain ( ' 43). • LELAND STANFORD MONTGOMERY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsllon; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K. NEWLING NOLAN NIELSEN O ' DONNELL NOLAN OZIO ABOVE, SECOND ROW • LaVERNE MORRIS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Dance Club. • MILLY MORT, Panama; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; Jambalaya; Pan- Hellenic Council. • ANDREAS VERNON NEILS MORTENSEN, MobilD, Alabama; Arts and Science; Sigma Alpha Epsllon; Theta Kappa Psi. • WILEY LYONS MOSSY, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; Alpha Chi Sigma. A. I. of Ch. E.; E. T. A.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • VERLYN ROLFS MURPHY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Beta Beta. • WILLIAM JENNINGS MURRAY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Thirteen Club. • LILLIAN NAIHAUS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Beta Beta. BELOW, FIRST ROW • VINCENT ANTHONY PACIERA, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science, • TOM BIOSSAT PARKERSON, Lafayette, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi; Tau Beta Pi; A. S, M. E.; Naval R, O. T, C; TaffraiL • JOSEPH ARLINGTON PARTRIDGE, JR., Lal e Charles. Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; Architectural Society; Hullabaloo; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; University Theatre. • CHARLES FRANCIS PASQUIER, Shreveport, Louisiana; Commerce; National Association of Cost Accountants. 9 JOHN JOSEPH PASTOREK, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma, Tau Beta Pi; A. I. of Ch. E. • BARBARA JANE PECK, Sicily Island, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club. • FRANK (vlARTIN PENNEBAKER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; A. S. C. E.; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Thirteen Club. BELOW, SECOND ROW • CHALIN OCTAVE PEREZ, Dalcour, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; T. U. R. K.; White Elephants. o RAYIvtOND ROBERT PERINE, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; A. S. M. E.; Intramural Council; Naval R. O. T. C; Stripers; Taffrail. • BEN PERKOWSKI, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • IvtALCOLtvt SIDNEY PETERS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Delta Sigma Phi; Honor Board; Intramural Unit tvlanager; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; National Society of Scabbard and Blade; Assistant Basketball Man- ager (I, 2); Varsity Basketball (3, 4); Intramural Football, Basketball; Soccer, Softball; Class Secretary-Treasurer (4). • JOHN ALLEN POLIN, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Mu; Pan- Hellenic Council. LESLIE J. BUCHAN Dean, College of Commerce • HELEN CORA POOL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Comme rce; Honor Board; Uni- versity Theatre; Secretary-Treasurer Junior Year. • BERNARD F. PRACKO, Tarentum, Pennsylvania; Commerce; Football (I, 2, 3, 4); Baseball (2, 3, 4); Basketball (3, 4). seniOR CLASS PACIERA PEREZ PARKERSON PERINE PARTRIDGE PERKOWSKI PASQUIER PETERS PASTOREK POLIN PECK POOL PENNEBAKER PRACKO HORACE RENESAR Director of Public Relations BELOW, FIRST ROW • GEORGE WARREN PRATHER, St. Petersburg, Florida; Arts and Science; Phi Chi, Beta Mu. • MARY ROSA PRIETO, Panama; Newcomb; Beta Beta Beta, • HUMBERTO QUIVANTE, Juares, Chih-Mexico; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi. • ROSE FAY RABENOVITZ, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • JOSEPH HARVEY RAPPEPORT, Shreveport, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Delta Epsilon, • CHARLES JACKSON RAY, Greenville, Alabama; Arts and Science; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Chi; Honor Board; White Elephants. • ROBERT ROGER REEVES, Harrisonburg, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Mu. BELOW, SECOND ROW • CREIGHTON RHEA, Jonesboro, Arkansas; Arts and Sciences; Y. M. C, A.; Football (I, 2, 3, 4). • LOUIS RICHMAN, New York, New York; Arts and Science. • DONALD ARTHUR RINGE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Pi Alpha; I. R. C. • JOHN TAYLOR ROBERTS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Phi; Scabbard and Blade; A.- I, of Ch. E. (2, 3, 4); Freshman Forensic Council; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C. (I, 2, 3, 4); Stripers (4); Taffrail (I, 2, 3, 4); T. U. R. K. (I, 2, 3, 4); White Elephants (I); Y. M. C. A. (I, 2, 3, 4); President Freshman Y. M. C. A. (I); Secretary Freshman Forensic Council (1); Vice-President Freshman Engineering Class (1); Treasurer Y. M. C. A. (3); Vice- President Y. M. C. A. (4); Treasurer A. I. Ch. E. (4); Student Ensign; Quarter- master Officer, Naval R. O. T. C. (4). • JOHN TELGHMAN ROBINSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K.; White Elephants; Class President (2). senioR CLASS • YOLANDA RAPUEL RODRIGUEZ, Panama, Republic of Panama; Newcomb; Classical Club; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; Secretary Archery Club; Recording Sec- retary Spanish Club. • JOY GRETCHEN ROGERS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Beta Beta. PRATHER PRIETO QUIVANTE RABENOVITZ RHEA RICHMAN RINGE ROBERTS RAPPEPORT ROBINSON RAY RODRIQUEZ REEVES ROGERS ROHRBACKER SALL «n«i R05EN50N SALLOWAY ROSENTHAL SALOMON ROY SAMUELS RUDOLF E. SCHMIDT RYNIKER P. SCHMIDT, JR. SACKETT SCHNEIBLE ABOVE, FIRST ROW • GORDON WILLIAM ROHRBACKER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • MILTON ISRAIL ROSENSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; National Association of Cost Accountants. BELOW, FIRST ROW • ROBERT EDWARD SCHNEIDER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E. ALICE SCHOENHARDT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • J. WILLIAM ROSENTHAL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon; Beta Mu. • ANNA MARIE ROY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Camera Club; Glee Club; Operetta; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • WILLIAM BLACKBURN RUDOLF, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; A. S. M. E.; E. T. A.; White Elephants. • SAM WESLEY RYNIKER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Thirteen Club. • MARK WILLIAM SACKETT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Kappa Nu, Alpha Phi Omega; Glee Club; Glendy Burke; I. R. C; University Theatre. ABOVE, SECOND ROW • JACK SALL, Paterson, New Jersey; Arts and Science. • SEYMOUR IRVING SALLOWAY, Peabody, Massachusetts; Arts and Science; Oratorical and Debating; Baseball; Intramural Softball. Basketball. • BERNARD SALOMON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Kappa Nu; Glee Club; Intramural Football, Softball, Soccer, Free Throw; Baseball (I). O MONROE STANLEY SAMUELS New York, New York; Arts and Science. • ELIZABETH SCHMIDT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Greenbackers. • pete:? CHARLES SCHMIDT. JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A. O WILLARD PAUL SCHNEIBLE, Rome, New York; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Phi; President, Alpha Tau Omega. • LOUIS HARDING SCHOPFER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta; Intramural Unit Manager; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Tennis. ' 4l- ' 42, BELOW, SECOND ROW • DOROTHY CAROLINE SCHREIBER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Sigma Omicron. • FRED J. SCHUBER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Sigma Phi, Phi Phi; Honor Board; T. U. R. K.; Vice-President, Student Body. • ROBERT WILLIAM SCHUPP, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; A. S. M. E.; E. T. A.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. SCHNEIDER SCHREIBER SCHOENHARDT SCHOPFER SCHUBER SCHUPP C. SCHWARTZ D. SCHWARTZ E. SCHWARTZ SEIDENBACH SENTER SHERMAN SHIRER SINGERMAN SIDNEY SIEGENDORF SILBERBERG SILVERMAN SIMON SIMMONS BELOW, FIRST ROW HERBERT LEARY SMITH, JR., Shreveporl, Louisiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; A Capeiia Choir; Archilectural Society; University Theatre. ABOVE. FIRST ROW • CHARLES SCHWARTZ, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Zeta Beta Tau; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Glendy Burke (Vice-President); I. R. C; War Forum Board. • SHIRLEY HOPE SMITH, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi; Commerce. • HOMER DELPH SOLANAS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. C. E. BELOW, SECOND ROW • HARRY N. SOLOMON, Las Vegas, New Mexico; Arts and Science; Zeta Beta Tau, Beta Mu. • GEORGE HENRY SOTO, Panama City; Commerce; Phi lota Alpha. • ALBERT LEE SOULE, III, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phr Kappa Sigma; A. I. E. E.; E. T. A.; Greenbackers; White Elephants. • DANIEL HERBERT SCHWARTZ, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Science; Phi Lambda Kappa. • ELSA SCHWARTZ, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; T. U. R. K. • JANE SEIDENBACH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Greenbackers. • EVELYN ELSA SENTER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council. • JANE MARION SHERMAN, Atlanta, Georgia; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; University Theatre. • RALPH FRANCIS SHIRER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; Band; Y. M. C. A. ABOVE, SECOND ROW H. SMITH SOLOMON S. SMITH SOTO SOLANAS SOULE • CHARLES SINGERMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Nu; Na- tional Association of Cost Accountants. • THOMAS CEDRIC SIDNEY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Mu, Alpha Chi Sigma. S SAUL SIEGENDORF, Passaic, New Jersey; Arts and Science; Phi Lambda Kappa; Intramural Football; Phi Eta Sigma. e JEANNETTE ANN SILBERBERG, Clarksville, Texas; Newcomb; Phi Sigma Sigma; A Capella Choir; Art Club; Glee Club- Pan-Hellenic Council. • MURIEL SILVERMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • EDWARD H. SIMON, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau. O MILDRED ANNE SIMMONS, El Dorado, Arkansas; Newcomb; Chi Omega, Beta Beta Beta; Newcomb Resident Student Government, East Wing President. BELOW, FIRST ROW • CAROLINE LOUISE SPILLER, Hammond, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council (3); Festival Choir; Lagniappes (3). • ARTHUR DALE 5TANCLIFF, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A. S. C. E.; Camc-ra Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • CLARISSE EMILY STEEG, Nev Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Beta Beta; Jennie Nixon Debating. • EDWIN WILLIAM 5TOCKMEYER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • EVALYN ROSE STOLAROFF, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Ep- silon Phi; N. C. P.; Beta Beta Beta; Art Club. Dance Club; Honor Board; Hul- labaloo; Student Council, Newcomb; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre; President Art School; National Collegiate Player; Who ' s Who. • HOWARD B. STRAUSS. Greenwood, Mississippi; Arts and Science; Zeta Beta Tau, Phi Delta Epsilon, • MARY ELIZABETH SWEATT, Gullport, Mississippi; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Pan-Hellenic Council; Newcomb Student Council; Lagniappes. BELOW, SECOND ROW • AVRON YUCELLE SWEET, St. Petersburg, Florida; Arts and Science; Phi Lambda Kappa. • LOUIS EMILE THOMAS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. CHARLES FREDERICK THOMA50N, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ences; Theta Nu. • SAM A. THREEFOOT, Selma, Alabama; Arts and Science; Zeta Beta Tau; Beta Mu; Band. • HAROLD ANDREW TIMKEN, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E.; E. T. A.; Intramural Softball, Football, Basketball. ROBERT WAUCHOPE Director, Middle American Research Institute • DOROTHY ZINA TOLMAS, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • HYMAN CYRIL TOLMAS, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Nu, Beta Mu, Phi Lambda Kappa. SEniOR cmss SPILLER SWEET STANCLIFF THOMAS STEEG THOMASON STOCKMEYER THREEFOOT STOLAROFF TIMKEN STRAUSS D. TOLMAS SWEAH H. TOLMAS ROBERT J. USHER Librarian BELOW. FIRST ROW • FIDEL TRISTAN, San Jose, Costa Rico; Commerce; Phi lota Alpha; Pan-Hel- lenic Council; Pan-Hellenic Representative. • ROBERT LOUIS TURCHIN, Miami Beach, Florida; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Varsity Track; Intramural Football, Basketball. • DOROTHY TURNBULL, Miami Beach. Florida; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Oreades; Student Center Council, • GENE LEONARD USDIN. St. Augustine, Florida; Arts and Science; Y. M. C, A. • EDMUND RANDOLPH VALES. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi, Phi Phi. • DANIEL LEON VERGES, New Oileans, Louisiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E.; Honor Board; Y. M. C. A., Secretary (2); Cabinet (3, 4); Editor-in-Chief, Student Handbook; Class Vice-President (4); Lag- niappes. • DAVID ELMORE VERLANDER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma, Alpha Phi Omega; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. BELOW, SECOND ROW a MARY MARGARET VERLANDER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Y. W. C. A. • NORINNE VINCENT, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; A Capella Choir, Glee Club; Honor Board-,, Newcomb Resident Student Government; Operetta; Newcomb Student Council; Finance Committee; President of Newcomb Music School; President of Newcomb Glee Club (3). • MARY LUCILLE V ARD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • DORIS MAE WARE, New Orleans, Louisiana, Newcomb. SEniOR CLASS • PHYLLIS LUCILE WATSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Classical Club; Honor Board, I. R. C. Secretary of Student Body (3); Vice-Pres- ident. Honor Board; Class Vice-President. e MARY LOUISE WEBER. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • ROBERT HAROLD WEGENER. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. TRISTAN TURCHIN M. VERLANDER VINCENT TURNBULL WARD USDIN WARE VALES WATSON VERGES V EBER D. VERLANDER WEGENER EIL WEISS WELCH WERLEIN WHEATLY WHEELAHAN WHITTAKEP. lEDOM WIELL WILHITE WILLIAMS WITSELL WOGAN WOOLLEY ABOVE, FIRST ROW • SHIRLEY WEIL. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; I. R. C; Op- eretta; President of Newcomb I. R. C. BELOW, FIRST ROW RITA WORMS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi, • GERALD N. WEISS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Mu, Sigma Alpha Mu, Phi Delta Epsilon. • GEORGE E. WELCH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Alpha Kappa Kappa. Alpha Pi Alpha. • MARGARET SHELBY WERLEIN, Vicksburg. Mississippi; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Classical Club; Newcomb Orchestra; Symphony Orchestra; Spanish Club; La Ter- tulla. • KENNETH KNOX WHEATLEY. Amarlllo. Texas; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. a ROBERT EMMETT WHEELAHAN. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. C. E. • ALMA BERRYMAN YOUNG. PIneville. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omlcron. • JULES FRANK ZATARAIN. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E. BELOW, SECOND ROW • JOSEPH LAWRENCE ZEMMER. JR.. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Science; Mathematics Club. e ROBERT VERNARD WHITTAKER. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Golf Team. • HILDA MAY ZIEFLE, Gretna, Louisiana; Newcomb; Mathematics Club; Y. W. C. A. ABOVE. SECOND ROW TALON ZIPPER, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce. • MARGARET SCHELBER WIEDOM. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Beta Beta. Beta Mu; Y. W. C. A. • SYLVIA WIELL, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • BARBARA LEIGH WILHITE, Perkins. Oklahoma; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi, Dance Club; Newcomb Athletic Council; Operetta; University Theatre; President Dance Club. • MARGARET ANN WILLIAMS, College Station, Texas; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Alpha Sigma Sigma; Art Club; Assets; Newcomb Resident Student Gov- ernment; Newcomb Student Government; Pan-Hellenic Council; Newcomb Student Council; T. U. R. K.; Secretary. Junior Class; President. Resident Student Govern- ment; Newcomb Chairman; T. U. R. K. • GRACE MARIE WITSELL. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; La Tertulia. • ANDRE VICTOR WOGAN. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • ROBERT CUNNINGHAM WOOLLEY. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega; Campus Nite Chairman; Glee Club; Glendy Burke; Oratorical and Debating; University Theatre Business Manager; Y. M. C. A. WORMS ZEMMER YOUNG ZIEFLE ZATARAIN ZIPPER FIRST ROW • WILLIAM SAMUEL ADAMS. Alexandria, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. C. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; TaHrail; Y. M. C. A. • BRUCE WALTER ALSPACH, Pascagoula, Mississippi; Arts and Science; Phi Kappa Sigma. • RICHARD CORTEZ ALLEN, JR., El Campo, Texas; Arts and Science; A Capella Choir; Glee Club. • CHARLES ALEXANDER ANDERSON, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Taffrail. • WAYNE GORMAN ANDERSON, Shenandoah, Iowa; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Naval R. O, T, C; Taffrail. • WALTER GILBERT ANDRY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Phi Omega; Glendy Burke. • MICHAEL ANGELO, Jersey City, New Jersey. • ROSEMARY ANZALONE, Independence, Louisiana; Arts and Science. o TOMAS RODRIGO ARIAS, David, Panama; Arts and Science; Y. M. C. A. O ELLIS ARONSON, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Science; Glendy Burke; Football; Basketball. SECOND ROW • NORMAN JOSEPH ATTENHOFER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JACK BAKER. Bogalusa, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • ALBERT A. BALTAZOR, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; En- gineering; A. I. E. E.; A. S. M. E.; Greenbackers. • RUTH MAY BANNISTER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Classical Club; Glee Club; Oreades. • FRED COPELAND BARK5DALE, JR., Alexandria, Louisiana; En- gineering; Delta Kappa Epsllon; Architectural Society; Y. M. C. A. • RICHARD ADAMS BARNES, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • REGINALD WORTLEY BATTY, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; En- gineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail, a WILLIAM C. BAUMAN, Shreveport, Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. • WAYNE ALEXANDER BEARD, McComb, Mississippi; Arts and Science; Phi Delta Theta; Greenbackers. • HERBERT FRANK BENNERFIELD, JR., Gretna, Louisiana; Arts and Science. THIRD ROW e FLORENCE DELPHINE BENSON, Austin, Texas; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • DAVID BERNHARDT, JR., New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Science; Sigma Alpha Epsllon; Mathematics Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JOSEPH Z. BIEGELEISEN. JR., Jamaica, New York; Arts and Science. • MILTON JOSEPH BIENVENU, Reserve, Louisiana; Engineering; Architectural Society; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; T. U. R. K. • RUTH EVANS BIGGERS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Mathematics Club; Y. W. C. A. • ELLA JANE BLAKE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Art Club; University Theatre. e LIONEL HART BLACKMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Band. • TED BLOCK, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Zeta Beta Tau, Beta Mu; Glendy Burke. • ROBERT ROTH BOND, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Chi; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil; Taffrail; White Elephants. • DOROTHY LUCILE BONNETT, New Orleans, Louisiana; New- comb; I. R. C. FOURTH ROW— Opposite Page • ROSE MARGARET BOSTON, Birmingham, Alabama; Newcomb; A Capella Choir; Campus Nite; Glee Club; Operetta; Festival Choir. • FRANK V. BOYLAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Pi; A, S. M. E. • ROY E. BRADY, Norco, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E. • CARL DYESS BRANNAN; Arts and Science; Kappa Alpha, Phi Phi; Honor Board; Thirteen Club; T. U. R. K. • MARY JEAN BRINGHURST, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JAMES JAUBERT BRYAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • HERBERT JOHN BREMERMANN, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Thir- teen Club. • BERTRAM DONALD BRETTSCHNEIDER, Brooklyn. New York; Arts and Science; Kappa Nu. • DORIS TOWERS BRYAN, San Jose, Costa Rica; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club. • HENRY JOHN BRYER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E ; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. FIRST ROW • ELZA VANCE BULLOCK, Augusta, Georgia; Arts and Science; Phi Delta Theta; Camera Club; Y. M. C. A. • PAUL MEREDITH BUNN, Waynesboro, Tennessee; Arts and Science. • BERNARD BURACK, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Science. • ARTHUR B. BUSH, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma. A. I. of Ch. E.; Band; Naval R. O. T. C; Taff- rail. • ROBERT ROSS CAHAL, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineer- ing; Kappa Sigma, A. I. of Ch. E., E. T. A.; Greenbackers. t " IF ■■ii il V " S KT F i k ( ■ H — 1 JUniOR CLASS SECOND ROW • MARJORIE SYBIL CAHN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Art Club. • JAMES GERARD CAIRE, Edgard, Louisiana; Arts and Science; French Club. • JOHN B. CAIRE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • RUTH CALZADA, Gretna, Louisiana; Newcomb; Mathematics Club; Newcomb Athletic Council; Y. W. C. A. • HERMINIO DOLORES CARRIZA, Ocu, Republic of Panama; Arts and Science. THIRD ROW • F. H. CASON, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • AILEEN MONTGOMERY CASSEGRAIN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; French Club; Catholic Club. • BEN SHIELDS CATlIN, JR., Picayune, Mississippi; Engineering; Kappa Sigma, A. I. of Ch. E., Alpha Phi Omega; Greenbackers; Mathematics Club; Y. M. C. A. a GRACE HENRIETTA CHARBONNET, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Classical Club; Glee Club; Mathematics Club; Y. W. C A • HOPE WINIFRED CHENEY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Riding Club. FOURTH ROW • IDA L. CHUNG, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Oreades; Y. W. C. A. • TITINE VILLERE CLARK, Naw Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Y. W. C, A.; Tennis Club. • MALCOLM M. COATES. Arkadelphia, Arkansas; Arts and Sci- ence; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • MARJORIE COHEN, Bogalusa, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Sigma Sigma; Art Club; Pan-Hellenic Council. • MERVIN RUDOLPH COHEN, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Science; Sigma Alpha Mu. FIRST ROW • EDWARD O ' BRIEN COMER, Jacksonville, Florida; Arts and Science; Beta Mu; Glee Club. Glendy Burke. • GERTRUDE CONNOLLY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Spanish Club. • ROBERT JAMES CONROY, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi • SAM CORENSWET, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ence; Zeta Beta Tau. • EDWIN ROBERT COUSINS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineer- ing; Alpha Chi Sigma, A. I. of Ch. E. SECOND ROW a ELGIN COURTLAND COWART, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • TIMOTHY ALBERT CRAIN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma, A. I. of Ch. E., E. T. A.; Honor board; T. U. R. K,; Class President, ' 42- ' 43; President, Student Center Council. • SARALEE CREEKMORE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • CHARLES WYATT CREGER, Cincinnati, Ohio; Arts and Science; Sigma Chi; Glee Club; Naval R, O. T. C. • ROY THOMAS CUCULLU, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineer- ing; A. I. E. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. JUniOR CLASS THIRD ROW • GEORGE LEWIS CUNNINGHAM, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: Alpha Chi Sigma, A. I. of Ch. E. • JOYCE CUNNINGHAM, Summit, Mississippi; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Newcomb Resident Student Government. e ALICE DALY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Phi Mu; Spanish Club; Hullabaloo; Jambalaya. s WALTER E. DANIEL, Birmingham, Alabama; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Naval R O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. e HEBER ELMER DARTON, JR., Houston, Texas; Arts and Science; Kappa Sigma, Beta Mu; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; Naval R. O. T. C ; Taffrail. FOURTH ROW • HELEN MAE DASPIT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Mathematics Club; Y. W. C. A. • DAVID DONALD DAVIS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A S. C. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. O ROBERT EDWARD DAVIS, New York, New York; Arts and Sci-- ence. e THEODORE HENRY DEXTER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. 9 JOSEPH DELERNO, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E, E.; Y. M. C. A. FIRST ROW— Opposite Page • WALLACE BORN DIBOLL, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; En- gineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A. S. M. E.; E. T. A. e ELAINE REILY DICKS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi B3ta Phi; Dance Club; Y. W. C. A. a LUCAS ANTHONY DiLEO, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Y. M. C. A.; Football; Alpha Pi Alpha. • LAWRENCE LOSCH DILLON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. o MURRAY PATRICIA DILLON, New Orleans, Louisiana; New- comb; Phi Mu; Greenbackers; Jambalaya. 9 ANTOINETTE ELENA DINGRAUDO, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • WALTER GEORGE DOELL, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; En- gineering; A Capella Choir; Architectural Society; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. M. C. A 9 WALTER ANDRE DOUCET, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; En- gineering; Architectural Society; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. • BODIE EUGENE DOUGLAS, New Cleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Alpha Chi Sigma. • LEONHARD L. DOWTY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ence; University Theatre. SECOND ROW • CAROL VERA DREYFOUS. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club. e LEONARD LOUIS DREYFUS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Com- merce. • NYADA DUE, Franklin, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • LEO FRANCIS DUFREC HOU, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineer- ing; Architectural Society; Intramural Football, Basketball; Varsity Baseball. • ROBERT JOHN DUFFY, Columbus, Ohio; Commerce; Sigma Pi; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K.; Basketball; Solf. • SHIRLEY R. DUNLAP, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Honor Board. • LILLIAN ELIZABETH DURAND, New Orleans, Louisiana; New- comb; Art Club; University Theatre. • MARIAN DUREAU, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • ELIZABETH WARNER DURLAND, New Orleans, Louisiana; New- comb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Mathematics Club. • JAMES EVERETT EAVES, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi; Y. M. C. A. • CLARENCE CHARLES EYRICH, JR., Natchez, Mississippi; Com- merce; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Football. • CLIFFORD F. FAVROT, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Y. M. C. A. e THOMAS JOSEPH FEEHAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineer- ing; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E.; Band (2, 3); Y. M. C. A. • ELAINE FELD, Kansas City, Missouri; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • SUZANNE M. FELD, Kansas City, Missouri; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. FOURTH ROW • WILLIAM G. FELLMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ence; Sigma Alpha Mu; Band; Camera Club; Glendy Burke; Green- backers; Honor Board; Hullabaloo; I. R. C; Y. M. C. A. • PETER MARSHALL FERGUSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; En- gineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; A. S. M. E.; Alpha Phi Omega; Naval R. O, T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C, A. • ROSEMARY PATRICIA FERLISI, Birmingham, Alabama; New- comb; Art Club; Campus Nite; Glee Club; Newcomb Orchestra; Operettj; Symphony Orchestra. • BETTY LOUISE FINNEGAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Dance Club; Greenbackers. THIRD ROW • JEANNE ADELE ELBE, Denver, Colorado; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council. • INNES GLYNN ELLIS, Rayville, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Newcomb Athletic Council; Newcomb Resident Student Government; Y. W. C. A. • CARTER ERNST, Petersburg, Virginia; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club; University Theatre. • HERMAN JOSEPH ESTRADE, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • GORDON OVERTON EWIN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Honor Board; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. e JOHN ALLOY FITZGERALD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineer- ing; Pi Kappa Alpha; A. I. E. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • HARVEY JOSEPH FITZPATRICK, New Orleans, Louisiana; En- gineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • CAROL JEAN ERASER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. o AUGUST HENRY FRAZER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Alpha Chi Sigma, Alpha Phi Omega; Glendy Burke. 9 ROBERT J. FRITZ, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E. O GAUDENZ GADMER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E.; Y. M. C. A. FIRST ROW • RICHARD PAIGE GARRETSON. Nev gineering: Zeta Beta Tau; A. S. M. E. • ELEANOR MARIE GATES, Franklin, Beta Phi; Dance Club Orleans, Louisiana; En- Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi • EMILIE JOSEPHINE GAUDET, New Orleans, Louisiana; New- comb; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • MARY LOUISE GEFFS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ence. • CRAWFORD DENTON GIBBES, JR., Laurel, Mississippi; Arts and Science; Kappa Alpha, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Glee Club; Class Sec- retary-Treasurer (2); Class President {3); Honor Council {3). • MASON PILCHER GILFOIL, Lake Providence, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi, Eta Sigma Phi, Alpha Alpha Alpha. • DOROTHY MILDRED GLINKY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Com- merce. • ELBERTO GONZALEZ-RUBIO, Barranquilla, Colombia; Engineer- ing; Architectural Society; Intramural Football, Basketball. • RUTH ESTHER GOTTESMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Sigma Sigma; Oreades; Greenbackers; I. R. C. • KATHRYN WHITNEY GOULD, New Orleans, Louisiana; New. comb; Alpha Omicron Pi; A Capeila Choir; Assets; Glee Club; Operetta. SECOND ROW • EUGENE CORNELIUS GRACE, New Orleans. Louisiana; gineering; A. S. M. E.; Intramural Football, Softball. En- • CAROLYN GRAHAM, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega, Beta Beta Beta; Honor Board; I. R. C; Newcomb Student Council; Junior Class President. • EMORY LEA GRAVES, Slidell, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Alpha Tau Omega; Greenbackers; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. • JEANNE GRAVES, Monroe, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club. • CHARLES JACK GRAYSON, Fort Necessity, Louisiana; Com- merce; Delta Tau Delta; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • GORDON B. GSELL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • MARY JESSIE GUEST, Pascagoula, Mississippi; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; T. U. R. K. EDWARD CARLTON GUILLOT, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsllon; A. I. E. E.; E. T. A.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • PAUL BOYD GUTTMAN, Corpus Christi, Tenas; Arts and Sci- ence. • ALMA LOUISE HAMMETT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Jennie Nixon Debating. THIRD ROW • THEO H. HARVEY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Delta Kappa Epsllon; Honor Board; Hullabaloo; Intramural Coun- cil; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail; Thirteen Club; T. U. R. K. • IDAMAY ANN HAYDEN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Cheerleaders; Dance Club; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; T. U. R. K. • WILLIAM ALFRED HEAUSLER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; En- gineering; Delta Sigma Phi.; A. I. of Ch. E.; Band; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • RICHARD ARTHUR HEEHS, Memphis. Tennessee; Engineering; Tau Beta PI, Phi Kappa Sigma; A. S. M. E.; E. T. A.; Greenback- ers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Vice-President. En- gineer {3). • ROBERT GREENE HENDON, JR.. Birmingham, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsllon, Beta Mu; Pan-Hellenic Council. • ROBERT SMITH HENDRICK, Shrcveport, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • TIM HENINGER, Monroe, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; French Club; Honor Board; Mathematics Club; Pan-Hel- lenic Council; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. • GEORGE WILLIAM HERRING, Meridian, Mississippi; Arts and Science; Kappa Sigma. • VICTOR HOWELL HESS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Glendy Burke; Oratorical and Debating. Freshman For- ensic Council. s HENRY JOHN HILDEBRAND, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science, Hullabaloo FOURTH ROW— Opposite Page • ELIZABETH HILL, Alexandria. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kap- pa Gamma. • LUCINDA HILL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Greenbackers; Newcomb Student Council. • CHARLOTTE WATERMAN HILLYER. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; Camera Club. • HILDA EUPHEMIE HIRSCH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • JEAN LYNN HIRSCH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Intramural Council; Intramural Unit Manager, Tennis. o JOSEPH ROTHSCHILD HIRSCH, Greenville, Mississippi; Arts and Science; Zeta Beta Tau; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Y. M, C. A.; Basketball; Varsity Manager. • RICHARD SAMUEL HODES, Miami Beach, Florida; Arts and Science; Sigma Alpha Mu; Band; Camera Club; Glendy Burke; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; I. R. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. M. C. A. O MABEL CHAUVIN HOCHENEDEL, Houma, Louisiana; New- comb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; Assets; Newcomb Athletic Council; T. U. R. K. • ARTHUR F. HOGE, Fort Smith, Arkansas; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi. • EDWARD GERALD HOLMES, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineer- ing; A. I. E. E.; Y. M. C. A. FIRST ROW • THOMAS CLEAVES HOLMES, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Greenbackers; Intramural Coun- cil; Student Center Council; Lagniappes. • MARY HOM, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; Archery Club. • DOROTHY MARION HOPKINS, Gulfport, Mississippi; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Honor Board; Newcomb Resident Student Government; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. W. C. A.; Vice-President, Student Center Council; Secretary; Pan-Hellenic. • STANHOPE FELIX HOPKINS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Kappa Alpha. • JACK HOROWITZ, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Science; Y. M. C. A. SECOND ROW • WALTER LYALL HOWELL, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Mu; French Club; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Y. M. C. A. • DOROTHY SHARP HYATT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club. • NORMAN KAUFFMANN, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineer- ing; Zeta Beta Tau; Track. • GARY EUGENE KIDD, JR., Columbia, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ROSWELL S. KIMBALL, Biloxi. Mississippi; Arts and Science; Pi Kappa Alpha; Intramural Council. THIRD ROW • EVELYN KING, Tupelo, Mississippi; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club; I. R. C; University Theatre. • JOSEPH CLEMENT KING, Jackson, Mississippi; Arts and Sci- ence; Zeta Beta Tau, Beta Mu; Glendy Burke; Honor Board; I. R. C; Y. M. C. A. • DAVID MILBURN KLECK, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • S. LEWIS KOOK, Jersey City, New Jersey; Arts and Science; Kappa Nu. • ROBERT D. KORTE, Metropolis, Illinois; Arts and Science; Sigma Chi. FOURTH ROW • JAMES HIRAM KOSTMAYER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi; Track. • RICHARD WILLIAM KRAMER, Jennings, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • JACK KUSHNER, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Science; Kappa Nu. e JACQUELINE JOAN lABRY, Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Classical Club; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Hulla- baloo. • LLOYD LEWIS LACHER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineer- ing; Kappa Sigma; A. I. E. E.; Band; Naval R. O. T. C; Symphony Orchestra; Taffrail; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. 1 Win mm 1 ■ i r 1 1 m 1 HI 1 JUniOR CLASS JUniOR CLASS FIRST ROW • KATHERINE BROWN LaCOUR, LaCour, Louisiana; Newcomb; P! Beta Phi; Y. W. C. A. • HERBERT H. LAND, JR.. Monroe. Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; Architectural Society. • FLORENCE LELIA lAUIER, Thibodaux. Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; University Tfieatre, • JOHN WILLIAtvl LAWRENCE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engi- neering; Architectural Society. O JOSEPH D. LAZZARA, Tampa, Florida; Arts and Science. SECOND ROW O OWEN VINCENT LeBLAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineer- ing; A. S. C. E.; E. T. A.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • KATHERINE DeVILLENEUVE LeBLANC, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi, Classical Club. • ROBERT EDMOND LeBLANC, III, New Orleans. Louisiana; En- gineering; A. I. E. E.; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Secretary-Treasurer. Junior Class Engineering. • JAIvtES KINLER LEES, Jacksonville, Florida; Arts and Science; Band; Glee Club; Operetta; Symphony Orchestra, • RENE JOSEPH LeGARDEUR, III, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engi- neering; Beta Theta Pi; A. I. E. E. THIRD ROW • DIXON GEARHART LeGROS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Delta Tau Delta; Campus Nite. • ETHELYN THELMA LENFANT, New Orleans, Louisiana; New- comb; Arts and Science; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • tvlYRL MARIE LENFANT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb: Classical Club; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A, • THAIA BEATRICE LEOPOLD, New Orleans. Louisiana; New- comb; Eta Sigma Phi; Oreades. • RALPH POKORNY LEVEY. JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engi- neering; Zeta Beta Tau; A. -I. of Ch. E. FOURTH ROW • CORA ALICE LEVINE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ence; Phi Mu; Hullabaloo; T. U. R. K. • MILDRED ROBBINS LEVITAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; New- comb. • ALLISON MARX LEVY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Delta Sigma; A. I. E. E.; Bard; E. T. A.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • RICHARD WARREN LEVY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Zeta Beta Tau; Hullabaloo; University Theatre. • JERRY ALYCE LIDDELL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Newcomb Student Government; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. W. C. A.; Dance Club; Hullabaloo. FIRST ROW— Opposite Page • WILLIAM FORREST LITTLE, Wetumpka, Alabama; Arts and Sci- ence; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • HENRY FREDERICK LOCHTE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Phi Delta The a. • SAMUEL LOGAN, New Orleans. Louisian ; Arts and Science; Beta Mu; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Y. M. C. A.; Basketball; Football; Soccer. e ROBERT EDWARD LOW, Fort Worth. Texas; Arts and Science; Kappa Alpha; Greenbackers. • EVELYN LOUISE LUEHRMANN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Com- merce; Chi Omega e MADELYN ROSE LULICH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • SAMUEL H. McAfee, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Y. M. C. A. • JOHN LAWRENCE McCARTHY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • LAWRENCE NEIL McCULLOUGH, Albuquerque, New Mexico; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi. e JOHN McGRAW, JR., Lake Charles, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E.; E. T. A.; Pan- Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K. SECOND ROW • ELIZABETH ANNE McGEHEE, Lafayette. Louisiana; Ncwcomb; Chi Omega; Greenbacl ers; Newcomb Resident Student Government. • WILLIAM LEE McLANE. Charlotte. North Carolina; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil; Taffrail; Basketball; Track. • JOHN ALLAN McLELLAN. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi. Alpha Alpha Alpha; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Y. M. C. A. • MABEL CLAIRE McMURRAY. High Point, North Carolina; Nev - comb; Zeta Tau Alpha; University Theatre. • INA CLAIRE MADDEN. Arcadia. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Newcomb Resident Student Govern- ment. • SIDNEY MALITZ, New York, New York; Arts and Science; Tau Delta Phi. • MacCAMPBELL MALLARY. Metairie. Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ence. Band. • ALBERT IRVING MALLER. Jamaica. New York; Arts and Sci- ence. • ROY HENRY MANNING. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • NELSON MANOWIT2, Jersey City. New Jersey; Arts and Sci- ence. THIRD ROW • CAROLYN MARSHALL. Bay St. Louis. Mississippi; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi; Art Club; Dance Club. • HELEN MAE MARSCHALL. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI; Art Club; Pan-Hellenic Council. • WILLIAM SHERMAN MARSHALL. JR., Leon. Kansas; Arts and Science; Basketball. • WILLIAM BUFORD MARTIN. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Phi Delta Theta. • MILLARD E. MATTHEW. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sci- • ALFRED THOMAS MAUND, Jennings, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ence. • VIRGINIA MAXWELL, Abilene. Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Delta PI; Art Club. • CLARE JOY MAYER. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; University Theatre • EDWARD RUSSELL MEADOWS. Birmingham. Alabama; Arts and Science; Beta Theta PI. • EDWARD FRANKLIN MEARES. Clearwater. Florida; Arts and Science; Band; Campus Nite; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. FOURTH ROW O BENJAMIN MUELLER MELLON. Honeydew. Georgia; Com- merce. • NETTYE MENENDEZ, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Dance Club; Y. W. C. A. • JAMES JOHN EDMOND MESTIER. St. Christopher. British West Indies; Arts and Science; Sigma Chi. Alpha Phi Omega; Green- backers; Naval R. O. T, C; Y. M. C. A.; Track; Tulane Yachting Association. e KURT MARTIN MISLOW. New York. New York; Arts and Sci- ence; Glendy Burke. MARY HERRON MITCHELL. Nashville. Tennessee; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club; Newcomb Resident Student Government. • KATHLEEN DALE MIZE, Gulfport, Mississippi; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI; Y. W. C. A. • VAL CHARLES MOGENSEN. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Science; Honor Board. • ROBERT McPEAKE MONTGOMERY, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Science; Phi Kappa Sigma. Alpha Chi Sigma. • ANNE MOORE, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • MELVIN MOORE. Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Science; Alpha Phi Omega. FIRST ROW • MELVIN MORRELL, RIdgewood, Long Island, New York; Arts and Science. • JOHN FREDERICK MOSER, JR.. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engi- neering; Delta Sigma Phi, Alpha Chi Sigma; E. T. A.; Y. M. C. A. • HERBERT LEON MOSKOWIT2, Flatbush. New York; Arts and Science; Kappa Nu. • JOHN PAUL MUHLEISEN. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Mu; Band; French Club. • ROSEIvlARY CLAIRE MULLER. New Orleans, Louisiana; New. comb; Glee Club; Operetta; Festival Choir. C ALLYN FRANCIS MILES tvlUNGER. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Science. • GRACE CONSTANCE MURPHY. New Orleans. Louisiana: New- comb; Beta Sigma Omlcron; Mathematics Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. e NORRIS MARY MURPHY. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; Pan- Hellenic Council; University Theatre. • WALTER C. MURPHY. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • HARRY KEYES MURRAY, JR.. Vicksburg. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Football. SECOND ROW • JANET CLARE NEUHAUSER. New Orleans. Louisiana; New- comb; University Theatre. • CLYDE EVERETT NOBLE. JR.. Crowley. Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ence; Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Operetta; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A.; Tennis; Soccer. • CARL JOHN NYMAN. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ence; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • MERLIN MAURICE OHMER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Physics Club. • STANFORD L. OPOTOWSKY. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Sigma Alpha Mu. • STANLEY JEROME ORLOFF. Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Science; Kappa Nu; University Theatre; Football. O JAMES ROBERT OVIATT. Shaker Heights, Ohio; Commerce; Kappa Sigma; Pan-Hellenic Council. • WILLIAM CECIL OWEN. JR., Clewiston. Florida; Arts and Sci- ence; Pi Kappa Alpha; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Intramural Council; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants; Jambalaya (2. 3); Associate Editor (3), • MARGARET PACE. San Antonio, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Art Club. • BESSIE PAILET, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Sigma Sigma. THIRD ROW • CHRISTINE PARIS. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Operetta. • JOHN BILL PARMLEY, Electra, Texas; Arts and Science; Kappa Alpha. e THOMAS ALEXANDER PATRICK. JR.. Fayetteville, Tennessee; Arts and Science. o WILLIAM THOMAS PATTON. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi. Beta Mu; Glendy Burke; Honor Board; T. U. R. K.; Y. M. C. A.; Football; Basketball. • LAWRENCE PATRICK PASQUIER. Shreveporf, Louisiana; Engi- neering; A. I. of Ch. E. • WALTER CLIFTON PAYNE. Pensacola. Florida; Arts and Sci- ence; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Beta Mu. Phi Phi. • ELEONORA MOSS PERRILLIAT. New Orleans, Louisiana; New- comb; Kappa Alpha Theta; A Capella Choir; Campus Nite; Glee Club; Newcomb Student Government; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil Newcomb Student Council; T. U. R. K.; Lagniappes, • LOUISE BELLE PETERMAN, Alexandria. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Jambalaya; Newcomb Resident Student Gov- ernment; University Theatre • SHIRLEY EILEEN PIC. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Pan-Hellenic Council; University Theatre. • MARION JAMES PIONICH, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Camera Club. FOURTH ROW— Opposite Page • CARLOS A. PINZON. Panama, Republic of Panama; Arts and Science: Phi lota Alptia. • IRWIN FELIX POCHE, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Delta Sigma Phi; Alpha Phi Omega; Camera Club; Hulla- baloo; Lagniappes; Jambalaya; T. U. R. K.; Y, M. C. A. • PAUL CHRISTIAN POTTHARST, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Phi Delta Theta; Intramural Unit Manager; Jambalaya Editor (3); T. U. R. K. • ROBERT HOLLINGSWORTH POTTS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Delta Tau Delta; Camera Club; White Ele. phants. • JACK WENDELL POU, Shreveport, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Kappa Alpha. • THOMAS NICK POULOS, Winnsboro, Louisiana; Engineering; Architectural Society. • WARD CUMBERLAND PURDUM, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engi- neering; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O, T. C; Taffrail. • JAMES ALEXANDER POYNER, Dothan, Alabama; Arts and Science; Phi Delta Theta. • JOHN EARL PRITCHARD, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Alpha Alpha; Intramural Council; Naval R. O. T. C. • COURTNEY PROFFITT, Butte, Montana; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi; Art Club. FIRST ROW • SIDNEY WILLIAM PROVENSAL, JR., Slidell, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Greenbackers; Campus Nite; Jam- balaya; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • HOWARD HARVEY PRUE, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Sci- ence. • HERBERT PALFREY PURSELL, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; En- gineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E.; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A,; Yach ting Association. • JAMES HARRISON QUINN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Opereffa, Track; Festival Choir. • NIGEL EWING RAFFERTY, Pass Christian, Mississippi; Com- merce; Beta Theta PI; Greenbackers. JUniOR CLASS SECOND ROW • LOUISE MARY RAMONEDA, New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Camera Club; Hullabaloo. • LOUIS EUGENE RAMOS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Sigma, Alpha Phi Omega; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Baseball; Football. • ANN ROBERTA RAMSEY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • ROBERT EUGENE RATELLE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; Operetta; Sym- phony Orchestra; Y M. C. A.; Festival Choir. • CALISTA RAULT, New Orleans, Louisiana Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Assets; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; Newcomb Athletic Council; Pan-Hellenic Council. THIRD ROW • THEO TODD REBOUL, Hattlesburg, Mississippi; Arts and Sci- ence; PI Kappa Alpha; Camera Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ROBERT RANDOLPH RICHMOND, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Phi Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C. A. a RALPH LEO ROBBINS, Alexandria, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Sigma Alpha Mu; Y. M. C. A. • JOHN GANO WINTER ROBERTSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta PI; T. U. R. K. • EARL SHERWOOD ROBINSON, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering, Sigma PI, Phi Phi; A. S. M. E.; Greenbackers. FOURTH ROW • JUNE ROSE ROEPE. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Newcomb Orchestra; Operetta. O EDWARD A. ROGERS, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arfs and Science; Beta Mu, Alpha Phi Omega. • RUTH NATALIE ROSEN. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Sigma Sigma; I. R. C; Festival; Beta Beta Beta. O LOUIS JOSEPH ROSENBOHM, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engi- neering; A. S. C. E.; Y. M. C. A. e SIDNEY ROSENTHAL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ence; Alpha Phi Omega; Band. ; FIRST ROW • NORMA FAY ROSENSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • SHIRLEY LENNOX ROSS, Monroe, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • DAVID ROTHBART, New York, New York; Arts and Science; Alpha Phi Omega; Band; Hullabaloo; Symphony Orchestra. O HERBERT ROTHENBERG, Newark, New Jersey; Arts and Sci- ence; Sigma Alpha Mu; Band; Camera Club; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M. C A. • LLOYD JOSEPH ROUX, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ence; French Club; Mathematics Club. SECOND ROW • WILLIAM E. ST. CLAIR, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ence; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants. O MARGARET ALICE SAAL, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Beta Beta Beta; Assets. • FCC. DeJAVIER SANCHEZ, Carolina, Puerto Rico; Arts and Science; Phi lota Alpha, • CLARA JULIA SAUNDERS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club. • KATHERINE L SAUNDERS, New Orleans, Louistana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Jambalaya. JUniOR CLASS THIRD ROW • ENNO AUGUST SCHOENHARDT, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • GEORGANNE CAROLINE SCHMIDT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Dance Club; Spanish Club. e MARLOU SCHMINKE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ence; Beta Mu. • NOLA MAE SCHMITT, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Greenbackers. • DOROTHY ELIZABETH SCHNEIDER. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Camera Club; Classical Club; Mathematics Club; Y. W. C. A.; Riding Club. FOURTH ROW • SELMA SCHONBRUN, Brooklyn, New York; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; University Theatre. • GEORGE SCHWARTZ, Brooklyn, New York Arts and Science. • RALPH J. SCHWARZ, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Zeta Beta Tau; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Glendy Burke; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. O NATALIE VIVIAN SCOTT, Alexandria, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club. e GEORGE ARTHUR SEAVER, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Engi- neering; Kappa Alpha; A. S. C. E.; E. T. A.; White Elephants. FIRST ROW— Opposite Page e IRWIN ISAAC SHLANSKY, Brooklyn, New York; Commerce; Kappa Nu. O IRVING SHULMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. O ARTHUR J. SILVERMON, New York, New York. Arts and Sci- ence; Pi Lambda Phi. e KATHERINE SIMMONS, Birmingham, Alabama; Newcomb; Kap- pa Alpha Theta; Newcomb Resident Student Government. o JAMES KING SIMPSON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. C. E.; Naval R. O. f. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • R. W SMITH, Shreveport, Louisiana. a WILLIAM SMOLKIN, Mobile, Alabama; Arts and Science; Kappa Nu; Hullabaloo. e DONNA JEAN SPENCE, Lake Wales, Florida; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. O BERNARD M. SOLOMON, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Zeta Beta Tau. SECOND ROW • CHARLES EDWARD STEIDTMANN. JR.. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. 1. E. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. « SAMUEL JOSEPH STOKES. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineer- ing; A. S. C. E.; Camera Club; Y. M. C. A. e ALVIN r. STOLEN, JR.. Eau Claire, Wisconsin; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta; Football; Basketball; Golf. • MALCOLM RENSHAW STOUSE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Sigma Chi; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • PAUL SARDIUS STUART. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A Capella Choir; A. S. M. E.; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • RAYMOND JULES SAUREY, Tampa. Florida; Arts and Science. • ADOLPH CHARLES SUHREN. JR.. New Orleans. Louisiana; En- gineering; Kappa Sigma; A. S. M. E.; E. T. A.; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • ROBERT JOHN SWAYNE. J.R.. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engi- neering; Alpha Phi Omega; A. S. M. E.; Band; Naval R. O. T. C; Symphony Orchestra; Taffrail. • LAWRENCE IRA TABOR. Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Science. THIRD ROW • JOSEPH TRAUTMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • CLAUDE MERRILL TRAWICK. Macon. Georgia; Arts and Sci- ence; Alpha Tau Omega. • WILLIAM VON PHUL TRUFANT, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Science; Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C. • JAMES GIBSON TUCKER, JR.. Leiand. Mississippi; Arts and Science; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Alpha Alpha Alpha. • KATHERINE VIOLA VERLANDER. New Orleans. Louisiana; New- comb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Riding Club. • LUCILLE MARIE VONDER HAAR. New Orleans, Louisiana; New- comb; Delta Zeta; Camera Club; Dance Club; Y. W. C. A. a BURTON LaCOUR WADE, St. Joseph, Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ence. • V ALTER G. WEDIG, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Y. M. C. A.; Baseball; Basketball; Softball. • THOMAS OLIVER WAKEMAN. New Orleans. Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Engineering; A, S. M. E.; E, T. A.; Naval R. O, T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants. FOURTH ROW • CHARLES FELIX WASSERMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • DOLORES VIRGINIA WATTS, New Orleans. Louisiana; New- comb; Delta Zeta; Classical Club; Y. W. C. A. 9 MORRIS JACOB WEISLER, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Kappa Nu, Beta Mu. • THOMAS CAREY WICKER. JR.. New Orleans. Louisiana; Com- merce; PI Kappa Alpha; Glendy Burke; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan- Hellenic Council; Taffrail; Intramural Basketball. Football. Softball. Tennis. • SHIRLEY MAY WIEDERECHT. New Orleans. Loulsana; New- comb; Phi Mu; Classical Club; Oreades; Beta Beta Beta. • HARVEY EUGENE WINDES. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arfs and Science; Beta Theta Pi. • JACK RUFUS YOUNG. Florala, Alabama; Arts and Science. • LAWRENCE LOUIS ZERINGER, New Orleans, Lousiana; Arts and Science; Pi Kappa Alpha; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; I, R. C; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail, White Elephants; Intramural Softball, Basketball; Jambalaya (2, 3); Assistant Editor (3). • LEONARD ZINKER, Brooklyn. New York; Arts and Science. FIRST COLUMN • LOUIS ABRAHAM. ' Ai, Lacoochee, Florida; Arts and Science. • MARSHALL ELLIOTT ADAMS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi. • WILLIAM BERNAM ADAMS, MS, Canton, Mis- sissippi; Arts and Science; Kappa Alpha. • CAROL HELEN ADIGER. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • ROBIN LEAH AHRENS, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Sreenbackers; Hullabaloo; Operetta; University Theatre. • PHILIP ERNST ALBRECHT, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • PAUL D. ALEXANDER, ' 46, New York City, New York; Arts and Science; Y. M. C. A. • GEORGE EDWIN ALLEN, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta. • MARGUERITE ALLEN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisi- ana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta. • ROBERT LLOYD ALLEN, ' 45, Biloxl, Mississippi; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C. • EDWARD MARK ALLENBERG, ' 45, Memphis, Tennessee; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; Alpha Phi Omega; T. U. R. K. • PHILIP H. ALSPACH, ' 45, Pascagoula, Missis- sippi; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A. S. M. E.; Glee Club; Mathematics Club; Operetta. • GEORGE HOWARD AMANN, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, La.; Commerce; Alpha Phi Omega; Naval R. O. T. C; Talfrall. • ROSALIE KNOST AMBLER, ' 46. Pass Christian, Miss ' ssippI; Newcomb; Glee Club. e EVELYN IRMA ANDERSON, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • FREDERICK ROBERT ANDREWS, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences, • FRED GEORGE ANEPOHL, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Glee Club. • ANDREW ROY ANTICICH, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Enginee.-ing; A. I. of Ch. E. • HELENE ROSE ASCHER, 45, Jackson, Mississippi; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Art Club; Hullabaloo; University Theatre; Archery Club; Intramurals. • SAMUEL D ASHON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisi- ana; Arts and Sciences; Y. M. C. A. e GEORGE MICHAEL BACCICH, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. GLORIA BACHRACH, ' 45, Decatur, Illinois; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Dance Club; Univer- sity Theatre. SECOND COLUMN THIRD COLUMN • MARY ELIZABETH BACON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Delta Pi. • EMILY FLORENCE BADT, ' 46, Shreveport. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Jennie Nixon Debating. • LORRAINE BAHAN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Jambalaya. • CLAUDE MOSLEY BAKER, ' 45, Minden, Louisi- ana; Arts and Science. • DEMETRA ANN BAKER, ' 46, Caruthersville, Mon- tana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • MARGARET ELIZABETH BAKER, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta. • M. AZALEIGH BAKER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisi- ana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta. • LOUISE GAYLE BALDINGER, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • RAYMOND EDWARD BALL, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • BERT PRESTON BANNISTER, ' 45; New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • PRESTON MONROE BANNISTER, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • JUNE CHARLOTTE BARKERDING, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club; University Theatre; Festival Choir; Intra- murals. • JAMES WILLIAM BARNES, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A. I. E. E.; E. T. A.; Honor Board; Intramural Council; Intramural Unit Manager; Naval R, O. T. C; Taff- rail; Y. M. C. A.; Secretary-Treasurer of Sophomore Class; Intramural Basketball, Baseball, Football. • WALTER SIDNEY BARNES, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • WILLIE D. BARNES, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W C. A. O BETSY BARRETT, ' 45, Decatur, Illinois; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. a MARY RUSSELL BARRET, ' 45, Charlotte, North Carolina; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club; Green- backers. • JACQUELINE CECILE BECK, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Dance Club; French Club; Gloe Club; Greenbackers; Hul- labaloo; Oratorical and Debating. • JAMES D. BECK, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • JACK GEORGE BECKER, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Alpha Phi Omega; A. i. E. E.; Mathematics Club; Y. M. C. A. • MICHEL A. BECNEL, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; A. I. E. E.; Y. M. C. A. • HARRY THOMAS BEGG, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Sigma Phi; Track. • ILENE FRAY BENNETT, ' 45, Pittsburg, Kansas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; University Theatre. • CATHERINE DUNBAR BENSABAT, ' 46, Memphis, Tennessee; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club. • D MILTON BENTON, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • WILLIAM JOSEPH BERG, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E. • RICHARD GERSON BERMAN, ' 46, New York, New York; Arts and Science; Sigma Alpha Mu; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; Y. M. C. A. • GERARD HENRY BERNARD, JR., ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering. • JANICE CLAIRE BERNARDI. ' 46, Gretna, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • MARGIE RUTH BERRY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisi- ana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Jennie Nixon Debating; Y. W. C. A. • EVELYN L. BERTRAND, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C A. • MAILAND BLAIR BEVILL, ' 46, Haynesville. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Dance Club; Glee Club. • FRANK JAMES BEYER, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C. A. 9 CAROL CLEON BIERHORST, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; University Theatre. UnDERGRflDURTES • ROBERT HOPKINS BARTLEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. V. E. • DAVID WILLIAM BIERHORST, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Sigma Pi. • HENRY H. BATE, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisi- ana; Arts and Science; Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • THOMAS LOYAL BATE, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; Thirteen Club. O ELLIE BATTALORA, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zcta; Art Club; Dance Club; Uni- versity Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • DAN TROY PEATTY, ' 44. Birmingham, Alabama; ' Arts and Science: Sigma Chi. • CHARLENE MARIE BLAIR, ' 46, Longview, Texas; Newcomb; Art Club; University Theatre. • RICHARD F. BLAKE. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Y. M. C. A. • ARCHIE BUTTON BLAND, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Archi- tectural Society; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • HARRIET H. BLISH, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. tI4 ' l FIRST COLUMN • BETTY LEMMEL 8LOCH. ' 45, Napoleonville, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club, • DONALD FORBES BLYTHE, Mt, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; White Elephants. • JOHN INNERARITY BLYTHE. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega; Naval R. O. T. C; TaHrail. • C. ADRIEN BODET. JR., ' 44, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; Hullaballoo. • HERMAN LAMAR BOESE. ' 46. Ft. Lauderdale. Florida; Arts and Science; Pi Kappa Alpha; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. • ALBERT MARTIN BOLTON, ' 46, Alexandria, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • CATHERINE COURTNEY BONDY, ' 45, New Roads, Louisiana; Newcomb; Assets. • ANNE MILLEDGE BONHAM, ' 46, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club; Univer- sity Theatre. • MURIEL EVELYN BONIE, ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • SALLY BROOKS. ' 45. Forney, Texas; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Greenbackers. • JANE C. G. BOSWELL, ' 44. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club; Glee Club; University Theatre. • JOHN BLUE BOSWELL. ' 46, Montgomery, Ala- bama; Arts and Science; Phi Delta Theta; Intramurals, • WILLIAM P. BOSWORTH, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science. • HARRY WHITNEY BOURGEOIS. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Band. • BELLE WADE BOWEN, ' 46, Greenville, Missis- sippi; Newcomb. • LUKE MARTIAL BOUDREAUX, JR., ' 46, Erath, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C. A. • SAM ALBERT B02EMAN, ' 45. Haynesville. Lou- isiana; Arts and Science; Y. M. C, A. • DONALD MUIR BRADBURN. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi. • FRANCIS PEARCE BRADBURN, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail. • MARY WINIFRED BRANDON. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • WALTER FELIX BRAUER, ' 45. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science. • GWENDOLYN MARTHA BREAUX. ' 46. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Student Government. SECOND COLUMN THIRD COLUMN I HENRY MARMAND6 BREAUX, ' -16, Houma, Lou- siana; Arts and Science. • MALCOLM JAMES BRUNEI, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I E. E.; Y, M, C. A. • GOLDIE FAYE BREEN, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Plii Sigma Sigma; Art Club; I. R. C. • HAROLD ADAMS BRES, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • VIRGINIA BOSTICK BRES, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club, • STANLEY MARION 6RESSLER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Nu. • LEILA BRIDGER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Jambalaya; Y. W. C. A. • MAY BRIDGER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Y. W. C. A. • LOUISE BRIGHAM, ' 46, Winter Haven, Florida; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • MARY BURNAM BRITTAIN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • DOROTHY GARNER BROCK, ' 45, Durango, Mex- ico; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Dance Club; Archi- tectural Society. • WENDELL BILLY BROCK, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Y. M. C. A. • RUTH BROSNIAK, ' 45, Newark, New Jersey; New- comb. • AIMEE EUGENIA BROWN, ' 46, Natchez, Missis- sippi; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • BARBARA BROWN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Dance Club; Hullabaloo; Jambalaya. • GLORIA ANNE BROWN, ' 45, Springfield, Illinois; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A Capella Choir; Assets; Operetta. • JORDAN BROWN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • O. WHARTON BROWN, ' 45. Monroe, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • WILLIAM EDWARD BROWN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Sigma Chi. • WILLIAM PERRY BROWN, III, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Alpha Tau Omega; Honor Board; Hullabaloo; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • JOHN STORRIE BROWNING, ' 46, Pawnee, Okla- homa; Arts and Science; Delta Tau Delta; White Elephants. • WILLIAM E BROWNING. ' 45, Daytona Beach, Florida; Arts and Science; Pi Kappa Alpha; Intra- mural Council. • FRANK SILVO BRUNO, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science; Glendy Burke; I. R. C; Naval R. O. T. C; Oratorical and Debating; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • EMAY HART BUCHANAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club; Hullaballo. • JANE BUCHANAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y, W. C. A. • EDWARD AYLETTE BUCKNER, ' 46. Tallulah, Lou- isiana; Commerce; Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O. T, C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • BETTY BUERKLE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Dance Club. • BERNARD LOUIS BUKAREST, ' 45, Newark, New Jersey; Arts and Science. • LEON DAWKINS BULTMAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Phi Kappa Sigma; T. U. R. K.; White Elephants. • FORTUNE ANSELM BURBANK, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • ARTHUR PEMBERTON BURDON, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Band; Honor Board; Symphony Orchestra; Track. e LOUIS GARLAND BURKES, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • CATHERINE BURNS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club. • HARRY EDWARD BURNS, ' 46, Neptune Beach, Florida; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • MERILYN BUSH, ' 45, Monroe, Louisiana; New- comb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; University Theatre. • STATIRA GRANT BUTMAN, ' 45, Fremont, Ohio; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club. • MARION CLARE BYRNE, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Assets; Honor Board; Newcomb Student Government; Student Coun- cil. • NANINE BRENT BYRNE, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; University Theatre • ROSARY B BYRNE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club; Jambalaya. • HENRY ANTHONY CABIRAC, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Hullabaloo. • THOMAS LOE CAHILL, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering. • LENORE CALDWELL, ' 45, Birmingham, Alabama; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club. UnDERGRRDURTES • DOROTHY MARGUERITE BRUNET, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Delta Pi. • GERALD CALDWELL CAMBIAS, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce. [147] FIRST COLUMN • SEYMOUR CAMBIAS. JR., ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Y. M. C. A. • ETIENNE DANA CAMBON, JR., ■44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Phi Delta Theta, • LEWISE MARIE CAMP, ' 46, Atlanta, Georgia; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club. • ANNA MARIA CANNADAY, ■46. Memphis, Ten- ne ise: Newcomb; Art Club; Hullabaloo; Y. W. C. A. • GLORIA MARGUERITE CANTELLI, ■45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • PAULINE CARIDAS, 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Oreades. • JERROLD LANIER CARPENTER, 46, Denham Springs, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Band; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail • MARJORIE M. CARRERE, 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • RICHARD JOSEPH CARRERE, 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • LYLE FRANCES CARRIERE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi; French Club. • WALTER CARROLL, 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta PI. • JAMES HAROLD CARTER, ' 45, Shreveport, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science. • EDWARD AUSTIN CARY, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi; Band. • CLARENCE ROBERT CASTER, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; A, S. M. E. • ARNOLD ABRAHAM CEMBALEST, ' 46, Lawrence, New York; Arts and Science; Kappa Nu; Glee Club. • CATHERINE CHADWICK, ' 46, Bayou Goula, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; University Theatre; Tennis Club. O LOIS ROSEMARY CHALONA, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • JOHN H. CHAMBERLAIN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Y. M. C. A. • ADAIR MONROE CHAMBERS. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C. • JOHN TAYLOR CHAMBERS, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi; A.. S. C. E.; Mathematics Club; Y. M. C. A. • WILLIAM DUNSTAN CHAMBLIN, ' 45, BIythevIlle, Arkansas; Arts and Science; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre. • JUNE CHANDLER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Univer- sity Theatre; Y. W. C. A. CUT 18-H [148] SECOND COLUMN THIRD COLUMN • AUDREY MARY CHARBONNET, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club; Jambalaya. • SYLVIA ANNE CHARBONNET, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Jambalaya. • ALBERT MAURIN CHARLTON, ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma; White Ele- phants. • AUDREY BARBARA CHEVIS, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; University Theatre; Y. W, C. A. • RALPH STUART CHEVIS, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Architectural Society. • CLEVELAND CHIN, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • JACK WARREN CHIN, ' 46. Mobile. Alabama; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • WILLIE CHIN. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engi- neering e CORINNE CATHERINE CHISHOLM. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; fjewcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club; University Theatre. • LOUIS LEIGH CLAIBORNE. ' 46. New Roads. Louisiana; Arts and Science. • AMELIE JANET CLARK. ' 46. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • ANNE RUSSELL CLARK, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Hullabaloo; University Theatre • CATHERINE ALICE CLARK. ' 46. Alexandria. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma, • HAYS B. CLARK. JR., ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce. • BARBARA CLEMENS. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; University Theatre. • LUCIA T. CLEMENT. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. • EDWARD LEWIS CLEMENTS, ' 46, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; 13 Club; T U R. K.; Tennis Manager. e JOSEPH FRED CLERC. ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma; Honor Board; Secretary-Treasurer. Freshman Class, • MARIE ELIZABETH CLERC. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • PHILIP JOSEPH CLOSMANN. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A.. I. of Ch. E.; Mathematics Club; Y. M C. A, • CLARA LUCILLE COATES. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • JOHN ANTHONY COCHRANE. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineering; Kappa Sigma; A, S. M. E. • CHARLES SHIPLEY COE. ' 45. Ponsacola. Florida; Arts and Science; Alpha Tau Omega. o SIDNEY ALVIN COHN. ' 45. Union Springs. Ala- bama; Arts and Science; Zeta Beta Tau; I. R, C; Y. M. C. A. • JOHN S. COLEMAN, JR., ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Science. • GLORIA FANNY COLLE. ' 45. Pascagoula, Mis- sissippi; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A, • ALLAN DAVID COLLEY. ' 46. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. • BRIAN JAMES COLLINS, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail; White Elephants. • FORRES McGRAW COLLINS. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta; Intramurals. • RALPH EDWARD COMPASNO, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi. • JUNE ROSE CONRAVEY, ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Newcomb Athletic Council; Y. W. C. A.; President. Archery Club; Y, W, C, A. Cabinet, • BARBARA ELVERE CONROY, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Dance Club; Hullabaloo. • GEORGE EDWARD CONROY. JR.. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma; Track Manager. 1942, • NORMAN STEPHEN CONROY, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta; Hullabaloo; Pan-Hellenic Council. • PATRICIA GLADNEY COOK. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; University Theatre; Art School Executive Com- mittee. • CAMPBELL COOKSEY. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisi- ana; Arts and Science; Alpha Tau Omega, • ROY PHILIP COOKSTON. ' 45, Alexandria. Lou- isiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma. • JOHN ALDEN COOLEY, ' 46. Slidell, Louisiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • DOROTHY ARTENE COONS. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Dance Club; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A, • RITA MAE COPENHAVER. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • JOSEPH BRIAN CORRY, ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Engineering; Architectural Society; Y, M, C. A, • MARGARET ANN COUNCE, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • DEIRDRE CRAGER, ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Art Club; University Theatre. • MILLER MURRAY CRAGON. JR.. ' 45. Alexandria, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O T. C. UnDERGRflDUflTES FIRST COLUMN • EVELYN MAY CRAIS, ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omlcron; Glee Club; University Theatre; Y. W, C. A. • LEWIS, BIENVENU CRAWFORD, JR., ' Ai, New Iberia, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Jambalaya. • MARION CRAWFORD, ' 45, Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • TALICIA DIANE CRAWFORD, ' 45, Ada. Okla- homa; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; I. R. C; University Theatre; Archery Club, _ • HARRIEHE ELIZABETH CREAGAN. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Art Club; Jambalaya. • RUPERT HAYES CREBBIN. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana. Newcomb: Chi Omega; French Club. • ANITA LOUISE CROZAT. ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • JOHN SAINT DABDOUB. ' 45. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E. • JOSEPHINE DABNEY. ' 46. Florence. Alabama; Newcomb; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • JOHN T. DALY. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega; White Elephants. • LAWRENCE F. D ANTONI. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • STEPHEN PLAUCH DART. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glendy Burke; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • HENRY JOSEPH DAUTERIVE. JR.. ' 45. New Iberia. Louisiana; Arts and Science; Alpha Tau Omega; Campus Nite; French Club; Glee Club; Glendy Burke; Y. M. C. A. • DANIEL DAVIS. ' 46. New Iberia, Louisiana; Com- merce; Sigma Alpha Mu; Y. M. C. A. • GEORGE BEL DAVIS. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: Kappa Sigma; A. S. C. F,.; E. T. A.; Intramural. • RICHARD GORDON DAVIS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • MARION SUZANNE DEAR, ' 45, Alexandria, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • KENNETH MILES DECOSSAS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Mathematics Club; Y. M. C. A. • SAVERE J- DE FELICE, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science; Hullabaloo; Y. M. C. A. • JOSEPH MAYBIN DeFRAITES, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: Y. M, C. A. • LLOYD BUSING DeLUCA, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering: Alpha Phi Omega; A. S. M. E. • ANNA JOYCE DENDINGER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. [1501 SECOND COLUMN THIRD COLUMN • EDMOND LEON DERAMEE, ' 45, Thibodaux, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • GLEN R, DERBES, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; University Theatre. • WILLIAt HARRY DERBINS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Delta Sigma Phi. e WARREN JULES DESHOTELS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • PETER JOSEPH DEVINE, ' 46, Gretna, Louisiana; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taflrail; Y. M. C. A. • JOHN JOSEPH DEVLIN, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana, Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Y. M. C. A. • ADELMO DIAZ, ' 46, Caracas, Venezuela; Arts and Science; Phi lota Alpha. • IvIARY PATRICIA DICKtvlAN. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Alpha Delta Pi; Dance Club; Glee Club; Operetta; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • EtvlMY LOU DICKS. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club. • GLENN HERtvtAN DIETERICH. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • MALCOLtvl SORRELL DISIMONE. ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Delta Sigma Phi; Y M C. A. • EDGAR BRIGHT DIXEY, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C. A. • FRANK KEITH DOBBING, JR., ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E, • CCOKSEY DODSON. ' 45, BIytheville, Arkansas; Arts and Science; Pi Kappa Alpha; Hullabaloo. • KATHARINE JANVIER DOUGLAS, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Y, W, C, A, • HELEN DOROLING, ' 46 New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Delta Pi. • tvlARSARET VIRGINIA DOWLING, ' 45, Mobile, Alabama; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club. • ANN lONE DRACKETT, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • DONNA RUTH DRAVO, ' 46, St. Petersburg, Flor- ida; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club. • LLOYD LEONARD DRURY, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering • EVELYN RUTH DUCK ' vVORTH, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Honor Board; Secretary-Treas- urer of Class. • YVONNE tvlARY DUCKV ORTH, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • HARRIS SOBEL DULITZ, ' 46, Covington, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Sigma Alpha Mu; Camera Club; Glendy Burke; Honor Board. • ALBERT PETER DUREAU, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science; Y. M. C. A. o JOAN PROCTOR DURLAND, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • MANUEL DUVIC. JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A. I. E. E.; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • PHILIP MANUEL DUVIC, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; E. T. A.; A. S. M. E.; Greenbackers. • LAWRENCE PETER DUVIGNEAUD, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Y. M. C, A. UnDERGRflDUnUS • EDWIN WILLIAM DOERRIES. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Sigma Phi. • ELMER CLEMENT DOERRIES, JR., ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • WILFRID GREGORY DOLAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • VERA DOMBECK, ' 46, Brooklyn, New York; New- comb. • CHARLES ALBERT DONNELLY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • EVALYN HEARD DOOLEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • WAYNE EDWARDS DOSS, ' 46, Monroe, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • JAMES TEMPLE DOSWELL. II, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; Glee Club; Naval R, O. T. C; Taffrail. • CAROLYN FONTAINE EARL. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Art Club; Hullabaloo; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • WILLIAM REYNOLDS EASON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • DOROTHY ELIZABETH EAVES, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • OLIVIA EUSTIS EAVES. ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; University Theatre. • FREDERICH CHARLES EBEL, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; PI Kappa Alpha; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • SHIRLEY ROSEMARY EBERLE, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Dance Club. • JULES ALFRED ECHELMAN, ' 46, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Science. • EMILE HENRY ECUYER, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science; Phi Kappa Sigma; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. [ni ] FIRST COLUMN • LORRAINE ELISE EDLER. ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • ALTA lONE EDWARDS, ' 44. Terrell. Texas; New- comb; 2eta Tau Alpha; Arf Club; University Theatre. • HELEN CECILE EDWARDS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club. • MARGARET LOUISE ELLER, ' 44, Abington, Vir- ginia; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Dance Club; University Theatre. • MARY ANN ELLIOTT, ' 44, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Newcomb Student Government; University Theatre; Y. W, C, A. • F. STEPLIEN ELLIS. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; A, S. C. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • KATHLEEN GORDON ELLIS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • MARGARET CASWELL ELLIS. ' 44, Rayville, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI; Hullabaloo; Y. W. C. A. • WILLIAM MOORE ELLIS. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Arts and Science; Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; 13 Club; Freshman Football. • LOIS ALEDA ELMER, ' 44, New Or ' eans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; University Theaire; Y. W. C. A. • CHARLES LEVERICH ESHLEMAN, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Kappa Alpha. • JANET MARIE ESTOPINAL, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Spanish Club; Catholic Club. • LOIS EVANS. ' 44. Corsicana. Texas; Newcomb; Glee Club. • COLMAN. EZKOVICH. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Arts and Science; Campus Nite. • YVONNE LOUISE FANZ, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; University Theatre. • PATRICIA FARNSWORTH, ' 44. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • ADRIENNE JANE FARRELL, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • BARBARA FAULK. ' 45. Monroe, Louisiana; New- comb; Chi Omega; Art Club. • CONSUELO FAUST. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Dance Club; Honor Board; Newcomb Student Government; Student Council — Newcomb; University Theatre. • JEAN LOUISE FAUST, ' 44. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • FRANCIS JOSEPH FAVALORO. ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Y. M. C. A. • TOM B. FAVROT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. [152] fmEmn SECOND COLUMN THIRD COLUMN • SAMUEL DOMONICK FAZZIO, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Band; Y. M. C. A. • FREDERICK FELDMAN, ' 15, New York, New York; Engineering; Kappa Nu; A. S. C. E. • MARKS FELLMAN, ' At, Plaquemine, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • JUANITA MARIE FERNANDEZ, ' 44. Wallace, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • GEORGINE ALMA FIELD, ' 46, Mobile, Alabama; Newcomb. O BETTY JANE FIEDLER, ' 45, Memphis, Tennessee; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Newcomb Resident Student Government. O LEONARD MATTHEWS FINLEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; E. T. A.; Class President; Football (1, 2). • JOHN G. FINNEY, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering. • PHYLLIS JOY FISCHEL, ' 46, Brooklyn, New York; Commerce. • EDWARD DANIEL FISCHER, JR., ' IS, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi; Football. • RUTH CAROLINE FISCHOFER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club; University Theatre; Festival Choir. o ELLEN VICTORIA FITZGIBBON, ' 46, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Art Club; Dance Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • MICHAEL JOHN FLEMING, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arts and Science; Naval R. O. T. C, Taffrail. • JEAN LOUISE FLOWER, ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Arts Club; Hullabaloo. • HELEN FRANCES FLOWERS, ' 45, Rulevillc, Mis- sissippi; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; Operetta. • MARY JANE FLY, ' 45, Summitt, Mississippi; New- comb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; Operetta. PRESCOTT HERRICK FOLLETT, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; White Ele- phants. • CHARLES STOCKER FONELIEU. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Archi- tectural Society; Operetta; Y. M. C. A. • FLORENCE VURNER FORD, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • FRANCES GLENN FORT, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • FRANK RATLIFF FORTENBERRY, ' 46, Columbia, Mississippi;! Arts and Science. • DONALD L. FORTIER, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science. • ARTHUR WADE FOSS, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; A. I. of Ch. E,; Intramural Council; Naval R. O, T. C; Tattrail. • MURIEL MARCIA FOURNET, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club. O LEONARD SHERMAN FOX, ' 46, Boston, Massa- chusetts; Arts and Science; Y. M. C. A. • PHILIP LAON FRANK, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau; A, I. of Ch. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • DORIS JEAN FRANKEL, ' 46, Danville, Kentucky; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; I. R. C. • AVALON FREED, ' 46, Dallas, Texas; Newcomb; Glee Club. • RUTH JOAN FREIBAUM, ' 45, Anniston. Alabama; Newcomb; I. R. C. • LAWRENCE CORNWALL FRENCH, ' 46, Bingham- ton. New York; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi; Naval R. O. T. C. • ANDREW VALOIS FRIEDRICHS, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Campus Nite; Y. M. C. A. • EDWIN SCRENEN FRIERSON, ' 46, Shreveport, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Phi Delta Theta, a JAMES NORWOOD FRIERSON, ' 46, McCamey, Texas; Arts and Science; Phi Delta Theta. • EUGENE ARTHUR FR15CH, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Mathematics Club. • ALLEN JOHNSTON FIRSTOE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • SALLY SARAH ANNE FRITH, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • THOMAS ALVIN FROMHERZ, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi; A. S. C. E. • MARIA LOUISE FULHAM, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Eta Sigma Phi; Classical Cljb. • BARBARA FULTON, ' 45, Dcs Moines, Iowa; New- comb. • BURREL GADDY, ' 46, El Paso, Texas; Arts and Science; Delta Sigma Phi. • CLEMENT CARRINGTON GAINES, ' 46, New York, New York; Engineering. • LOIS GAJON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Glee Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • RICHARD BRIERRE GALBREATH, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciance; Sigma Chi; Y. M C. A. • BARBARA JEANNETTE GARDNER, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb. UnOERGRflDUflTES 11531 FIRST COLUMN • GLENN MATHENY GARDNER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • ROGER CARLYLE GARDNER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Sigma; Cheerleader; T. U. R. K.; Y. M. C. A. » TOMMY JOSEPH GARVEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E,; Mathematics Club. • JEANNE ELISE GAUDET, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • LEO JOSEPH GAUDIN, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering. • WILLIAM JOSEPH GEAGAN, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; S gma Pi; T. U. P.. K.; Y. M. C. A. • LAU.RA JOSEPHINE GENANO, ' 46, Dallas. Texas; Newcomb; Art Club; Y. W. C. A. e JENNIE BELL GERMANN, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Mathematics Club. • PATSY JAY GIBBENS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana, Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; Jambalaya; Uni- versity Theatre. • EUGENE JOHN GIBERT, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail. • JAMES HOWARD GIBERT, ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engmeering; Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C; White Elephants. • REBECCA NORMAN GILBERT, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • SUE SENNYE GILHAM, ' 45, Alexandria, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • EDWARD MORRIS GILLIGAN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Y. M. C. A. • EDWARD JOSEPH GILLY, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Greenbackers. a KENNEDY JOSEPH GILLY, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • HENRY MARTIN GINSBURG, ' 45, Laurel, Mis- sissippi; Arts and Science; Zeta Beta Tau; Glendy Burke; Symphony Orchestra. • DANIEL DAVID GLADSTONE. ' 45, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Science; Kappa Nu. • HARRY JOHN GLASS, II, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Phi Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ALICE PICKSLAY GLENNY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Y. W. C. A. • FREDERICK WILLIAM GOEBEL, ' 46, Algiers, Lou- isiana; Arts and Scence; Y. M. C. A. • JANIS GOLDMAN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Hullabaloo. I 154 I SECOND COLUMN THIRD COLUMN • JOY DORIS GOMES. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • HAROLD A. GORDON. ' 45, Merigold. Missis- sippi: Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau. • SANFORD DANIEL GORDON, ' 45, Newark, New Jersey; Arts and Science. • ROSEMARY HAAS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; University Theatre. • EDWIN KEARNY HACKER, ' 46, Ponsacola, Flor- ida; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C- Taffrail. • JANE CAROLINE HACKETT. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. • DOROTHY ELIZABETH GOTCH, ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Mu; Arch ' tectural Society. • JEAN LOUISE GOTTMAN, ' 46, Memphis, Tennes- see; Newcomb. • PEGGY HELEN GOTTMAN, ' 46, Memphis, Ten- nessee; Newcomb. • JANE AUSTIN GOTTSCHALL. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • IRWIN L. GOULD, ' 46, Revere, Massachusetts; Arts and Science. o RUTH lOLA GOULD. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; University Theatre. C BICKFORD C. GRAF, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E.; Y. M. C. A. a BEITY SRANBERRY. ' 45, New Orleans, Lousiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. • MARIAM GREENBERG, ' 46, Atlanta, Georgia; Newcomb. a PAULINE GREENSPAN. ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • BETH GREENWALD. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Dance Club; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • PATRICIA ANN GREHAN, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. • ELAINE GRUNDMANN. ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce. • FREDERICK MILLER GUICE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Phi Kappa Sigma; Band; Y. M. C. A.; Head Drum Major, Band. • FRANCE WINIFRED GUIDRY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Dance Club; Glee Club. • FREDERICK H. GUIDRY, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science; Honor Board; Hullabaloo. • JOSEPH ALLEN GUILBEAU. JR.. ' 45, Newgulf, Texas; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi. • JAMES CHARLES GULOTTA, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Delta Sigma Phi. • JACK GURRY. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engi- neering; Band. • CAL F. HADDEN. JR.. ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Green- backers; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. • KATHARINE LUCILE HAHN, ' 46. Memphis, Ten- nesee; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club. • ALTON STEWART HALL, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; A. I. of Ch. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • BEBE CAROL HAM, ' 46, Clarksdale, M ' ssissippi, Newcomb; Jambalaya. • VIVIAN MARIE HAMM, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce; Beta Sigma Omicron. • CHARLES EDWARD HAMMOND. ' 45, Columbia, Mississippi; Arts and Science; Sigma Chi; Glee Club. • WARREN REED HAMPTON. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y M. C. A. e WILLIAM GARY HANCOCK, ' 45, Richmond, Vir- ginta; Arts and Sc ' ence; Alpha Tau Omega; Green- backers; Honor Board; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A.; Secretary-Treasurer of Sophomore Arts and Science. SIDNEY HANDELMAN. ' 45, Hattiesburg, Missis- sippi; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Mu; Honor Board; President of Sophomore Class. • PEGGY HAROLD, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. O VYVIAN EMMA HARPER, ' 46, Monroe, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club. • RUFUS CARROLLTON HARRIS, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta -Pi; Glee Club; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffra ' il; Varsity Tennis; Vice-President, Sophomore Class, • FREDERICK K. HARRISON. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E. s GENE CATHERINE HASSINGER, ' 46. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JAMES EDGAR HASSINGER, JR., ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. C. E.; Y. M. C. A. • MARCIA CAROLYN HATHAWAY, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; A Capella Choir; Glee Club. • EMILE CLARK HATTIER. ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; A, I. of Ch. E. s HERMAN JOSEPH HAUPT, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engneering; Alpha Phi Omega; A. S. M. E.; Mathematics Club; Y. M. C. A. • HARRIET VIRGINIA HAWKINS, ' 46, Dallas, Texas; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club; University Theatre. UnOERGRflDUflTES [155] FIRST COLUMN • IJATTY HAY. At, New Orleans, loulsiana: New- comb; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • THOMAS HAYNES HAYDEN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • JEROME LESTER HEARD, ii, Shreveport. Lou- isiana; Arts and Science; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Y. M. C. A. • AYNAUD MAURICE HEBERT. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sc ' ence; Kappa Sigma. • ERWIN HECKER. ' 45. Washington, D. C; Arts and Science; Sigma Alpha Mu; Honor Btjard. • DOROTHY WATKENS HECHT. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; Jam- balaya; University Theatre. • W GORDON HEFFRON, JR.. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. O SHIRLEY HEIMAN. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Operetta; A Capella Choir. • RUTH ELIZABETH HEINO, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou ' siana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Y. W C. A. • JOSEPH WALTER HEINT2, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. e LOUIS EWING HEINTZ, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering, • HARRY LEONARD HEINTZEN. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Science; Y. M. C. A. e ROSEMARY HELDMAN, ' 46, Cincinnati. Ohio; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; I. R. C; Universiiy Theatre. e ANNE HENDERSON. ' 45, Wichta. Kansas; New- comb; Kappa Alpha Theta. e HENRY WILLIAM HERBST, ' 46, New Orleans, Lojisiana; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail Club; Y. M. C. A. • HAROLD LOUIS HERRMANN, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Y. M. C. A. a THO:?A HICKERSON. ' 45. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A.; Riding Club. O JOHN U. HIDALGO. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Band; Mathematics Club; Y. M. C. A. e ANN HIGSISON, ' 46, Mob le. Alabama; New- comb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. C JOHN G. HILL, JR.. ' 45. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science; Pi Kappa Alpha; Jambalayo; Y. M. C. A. • MARGARET HILL. ' 46. Alexandria. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. e DURRELL A. HILLER, JR., ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Band; White Elephants. L156] SECOND COLUMN THIRD COLUMN • ALVIN JOSEPH HINSLE, ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering. o CHARLEEN ETHEL HUTSON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omlcron; Art Club. • WILMER GLAUNER HINRICHS, ' 45, New Or- lears. Louis ana; Arts and Science; Band; Glee Club; Horor Board; Symphony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A. • JOHNICE MILDRED HIRSCH. ' 46, Opelousas, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsllon Phi; Glee Club. • ELBERT JAMES HODSE, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana, Engineering; Glee Club. • ROY JOHN HAMILTON HODGES, ' 46. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsllon; Horor Board; University Theaire, Class Vice-President, l942- ' 43. • WILLIAM HENRY HODGES, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsllon; Intra- mural Council. e LILLIAN DONNA HODNETT. ' 46, Winter Haven, Florida; Newcomb; Art Club. • RALPH RAMOND HOGAN, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • MARY EOLA HOGG, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce • HUGH ESTES HOLLON, ' 45, Montgomery, Ala- bama; Arts and Science; Sigma Alpha Epsllon. • DARWOOD W. HOLM, ' 45, Eau Claire, Wiscon- sin; Commerce; Football. • CALVIN CARL HOPPMEYER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Glee Club. • WARREN HERBERT HOPPMEYER, ' 45. New Or- leans. Louis ' ana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; A. S. C. E.; E. T. A.; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Vice-President, Sophomore Engineering Class. • PAUL FROST HOOTS, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • JONNIE MARIE HORN, ' 45, Lucedale, Missis- sippi Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Assets; Glee Club; Newcomb Atl letic Council; Newcomb Resident Stu- dent Government: Y. W. C. A. • GLORIA MARY HUTTNER. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Assets: Glee Club; Hullabaloo; University Theatre; Y. W, C. A.; Jambalaya. • HARRIET ESTHER HYMAN. ' 45, Helena, Arkansas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Symphony Orchestra. • AGNES ANN lANNAZZO, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- is ana; Newcomb: Y. W. C. A. 9 GEORGE A. ISAAC, JR., ' 45. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering. e IRWIN ISAACSON, JR.. ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau; A. S. M. E.; Band; Mathematics Club; Y. M. C. A. a ROBERT LEROY JACKS. ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Mathe- matics Club; Y. M. C. A.; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E. e JACK TOM JACKSON. ' 46. Monroe, Lou ' siana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi; Football; President, Freshman Arts and Science. « NITA ELSIE JACOBI. ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. a PAUL LEWIS JACOBSON, ' 45, New York, New York; Arts and Science; Zeta Beta Tau. • SHERWOOD ARTHUR JACOBSON, ' 46, Sanford, Florida; Arts and Science; Sigma Alpha Mu; Y. M. C. A.; University Theatre; Honor Board; Glendy Burke; Freshman Forensic Council. • WARREN ERNEST JAHNCKE, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma PI; Honor Board; Y. M. C. A.; Football; Vice-Pres ' dent. Sophomore Class. C BETTY JAMES, ' 46, Gulfport, Mississippi; New- comb; Y. W. C. A. e ROSEMARY CLAIRE JANSSEN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Hullabaloo; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council; University Theatre. e FRANCIS LEON JAUBERT, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science. UnDERGRRDURTES • LOUISE RYDER HORN, ' 45, Monroe, Georga; Newcomb; Phi Mu; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • KATHERINE MAY HOWARD, ' 46, Camp Polk, Louisiara; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Dance Club; Glee Club. O EDWARD THEODORE JENNINGS, ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma; Naval R O. T. C. • HANS CHRISTIAN JENSEN, ' 45, New Orleans. Louis ' ana; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • CAROLYN HOWELL. ' 45. Atlanta, Georgia; New- comb; Chi Omega; Intramural Council; T. U. R. K. • PAUL EDWARD JENSEN, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; PI Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; A. I. E. E. • ROBERT COCHRAN HUEY. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. e EMILE ALBAN JOFFRION, ' 45, Laurel, Missis- sippi; Arts and Science; Symphony Orchestra. • WARREN RICKS HUGO, ' 45, Metairie, Louisiana; Commerce. • AILEEN MARIE HUMMEL, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club; Fest val Choir. • WILLIAM CYRUS HUNTER. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana: Commerce; Sigma Pi; Intramural Unit Manager; Naval R. O. T. C. a HENRY LeROY JOHNS. JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; Architec- tural Society; Naval R. O. T, C; TaffraJ. • ALLEN HENRY JOHNESS, II, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega; French Club; Operetta, • ERIC FRITHJOF JOHNSEN. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Band. I 1571 FIRST COLUMN • JANE ELIZABETH JOHNSON, ' 45, Sour Lake, Texas; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club; Dance Club. • KATHARINE HICKMAN JOHNSON, ' At, Harvey, Louisiana; Commerce, • CURTIS WHITTEMORE JONES, ' 45, Benton, Ar- kansas; Arts and Science; Sigma Chi. • JAMES JULIUS JONES, ' 44, Ponchatoula, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; Band; Y. M. C. A. • JO MARIE JONES, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Mu. • MARGUERITE ANN JONES, ' 46, New Orleans, Louis ' ana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; Jambalaya; Y. W. C. A. • RICHARD GEORGE JONES, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Comm erce; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • SIDNEY DINKINS JONES, JR., ' 46, Jackson, Mis- sissippi; Arts and Science; Kappa Alpha. • WELDON RAYMOND JONES, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Pi; Y. M. C. A. • CLARENCE EUGENE JORDAN, ' 46, Montgomery, Alabama; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Tatfrail; Y. M. C. A. • NICOLAS EVERETT JOYNER, ' 45, Belcher, Lou- isiana; Engineer ng; Alpha Tau Omega; A. I. of Ch. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • PEGGY ELISABETH JOYNER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Dance Club. • FRANK BAILEY JUDEN, ' 45, Bay St. Louis, Mis- sissippi; Engineering. • MELVIN JOSEPH JUNG, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; A. S. M. E.; Mathematics Club; Intramural Football, Baseball, Basketball. • A. METZ KAHN, ' 45. New Orleans. Lousiana; engineering; Zeta Beta Tau; A. I. of Ch. E.; Mathe- matics Club; Y. M. C. A. • ROBERT HENRY KAHN, ' 45, Pensacola. Florida; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; University Theatre. • TERRY KANE, ' 46, New York, New York; Arts and Science. • THOMAS SOUDER KANE, ' 45, Kearny, New Jer- sey; Arts and Science; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • MARILYN JO KAPPIE, ' 46, Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; I. R. C.; Jennie Nixon Debating. • DORIS MAE KARTER, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club; University Theatre. • SHIRLEY KARTUS, ' 45, Montgomery, Alabama; Newcomb; University Theatre. • DOROTHY KATZ, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Sigma Sigma; Art Club; I. R. C. [ 1581 SECOND COLUMN THIRD COLUMN • EDWARD HAYES KEILER, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O. T. C; Tatfrail; Y. M. C. A. • WILLIAM J. KELLER. JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Sigma PI. • WILLIAM E. KELLNER, ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Jambalaya; Y. M. C. A. • MARY STUART KELLOGG, ' 45, Monroe, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club; Honor Board; Hullabaloo; Newcomb Resident Student Government, • EDLEA JANICE KELLY. ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • HENRY BRADFORD KELLY, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; PI Kappa Alpha; White Ele- phants. • MEADE PATRICK KELLY, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce. • THOMAS JOSEPH KELLY, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louis ' ana; Arts and Science; Band. • L. ELIZABETH KENAN, ' 46, Selma, Alabama; Newcomb; Art Club; Glee Club. • FRANK BERNARD KENNEDY, ' 46, Biloxi, Mis- sissippi; Arts and Science; Phi Kappa Sigma; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • LEONARD ROBERT KENNEDY, ' 46, Lake Provi- dence, Louisiana; Arts and Science; PI Kappa Alpha. • HENRY ALEXANDER KEVLIN, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Delta Sigma Ph ; Naval R. O. T. C ; Taffrail. • MILDRED ELEANOR KIDD, ' 45, Mansfield, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Operetta. • CLAYTON KILPATRICK, ' 45, Monroe, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • WILLIAM AITKEN KIMBLE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Naval R O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants. • JOHN HOWARD KIMZEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • JEAN KINCANNON, ' 46, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Delta Tau Delta; 13 Club. • ARROLYN MAE KING. ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • EDWARD GEORGE KINS, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; A. S. M. E.; Glendy Burke; White Elephants. • MARY EUGENIA KNIGHT, ' 45, Now Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A, • WILMA KNIGHT, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • KATHERYN GAIL KNIGHTAN, ' 46, Birmingham, Alabama; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Glee Club; Uni- versity Theatre. • CHARLES HUGHES KNOST, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. • ELAINE XAVIER KNOWLES, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou ' slana; Newcomb. • ETHELYN MARIE KOCH, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • JOHN MAUTEMPS KREBS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. C. E. • ALLEN POLLOCK KROYH. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering a SHIRLEY WATSON KROSS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Dance Club; Y. W. C. A. • PHILIP JOSEPH KRUPP, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science. • MARJORIE M. KUNTZ, ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce. • OVIDE LaCOUR, III, ' 46, LaCour, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • DORIS MYRTLE LAFIANZ, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • HARRIET HELENE LAIRD, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; University Theatre. • KATHARINE EUNICE LAIRD, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; University Theatre. • JEAN RUTH LAMBOU. ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • ELSIE KATHERINE LANDRY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • JANE LANIER, ' 46, Lake City, Florida; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club; Glee Club. e MERIA WADDELL LANE, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- is ' ana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. UnDERGRflDUflTES • SEME SHIRLEY KLEGAR, ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce. • GLORIA MIRIAM KLEKMAN. ' 45. Forest Hills, New York; Newcomb; Univers ' ty Theatre; Intramural Tennis Team. • ELIZABETH KLIPSTEIN, ' 45. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Hullabaloo; Uni- versity Theatre. • CLANCY A. LATHAM, JR.. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • LAURA MARIE LATINO, ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • PETER JAMES LAUMAN. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; A. S. M. E.; Band. [159] FIRST COLUMN • MARION HEOA LeBLANC. JR.. Mi. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: Naval R. O. T. C. • ALBERT CHARLES LEDNER. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Eng neering; Architectural Society; Uni- versity Theatre; Y. M. C. A. • DANIEL BUCHANAN LeGARDEUR, ' 4i. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi; Naval R. O. T. C; Y. M. C. A, • RENE LEHMANN, 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science. • WENDE GEOR3E LEIBE. ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; A. 5. M. E.; Alpha Phi Onnega; Band; Y. M. C. A. • PEGGY LEMARIE, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. • LOIS MARIE LEMKE, ' 46, Prnceton, Illinois; New- comb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club. e DOROTHY LENNOX, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Jambalaya. • GRENES JOHN LENNOX, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. o THOMAS NEWMAN LENNOX, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Football. • JOAN LEVA, ' 46, Selma, Alabama; Newcomb; Alpha Epsllon Phi; I. R. C; University Theatre. • DOUGLAS POKARNY LEVEY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • DAVID CHARLES LEVIN, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce; Kappa Nu. • MAURICE LEVIN, ' 45, New Orleans, Loulsana; Engineering; Kappa Nu; A. I. E. E.; Band; Mathe- matics Club. • AMELIA G. LEVY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • ARNOLD L. LEVY. ' 46, Montlcello, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Nu; Y, M. C. A. • AUDREY HELEN LEVY, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • JO-ELLEN LEVY, ' 45, Shreveport, Louisiana; New- comb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Jennie Nixon Debating. • OSCAR ZACHARY LEVY, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E.; University Theatre. • RALPH LEVY, JR., ' 45, Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Science; Zeta Beta Tau; Alpha Phi Omega. • RICHARD LESLIE LEVY, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce. • SOLINE M. LEVY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. tl60] SECOND COLUMN • TESS ANN LEVY, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Hullabaloo; University Theatre. • FLOYD WALLACE LEWIS, ' Ab. Kentwood. Lou- isiana; Ai+s and Science; Naval R, O. T. C; Taffrail. THIRD COLUMN e CHARLES JULIUS LUGENBUHL. ' 46, New Or- leans, Louis ' ana; Engineering. • BETTY BLAIN LYLE, ' 45, Now Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zota; A Capella Choir; Campus Nite; Cheerleaders; Dance Club; Glee Club; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • GEORGE N. LEWIS. ' 46. Bartow. Florida; Arts and Science. • LOYCE FRANCES LIDDELL. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Arts and Science; Beta Sigma Omicron; Dance Club; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; Jambalaya; Mathematics Club; Y. W. C. A. • EMILY LU LIPPER, ' 45, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Operetta. e BETTY LISENBY, ' 45, Atmore, Alabama; New- comb; Kappa Alpha Theta; University Theatre. • MARCEL LIVAUDAIS. JR., ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y, M. C. A. • LEO CHARLES LOB, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JAMES ANDREW LOCKETT. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; A. S, M. E.; Track (2, 3). • VIRGINIA MAE LOEBLICH. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Y. W, C. A. • GEORGE C. W. LOGAN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Oper- etta; Y. M. C. A. • C. A. LOMAX, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science, Delta Tau Delta; Honor Board; Operetta; 13 Club; Y. M. C. A. • ALVIN NEWMAN LONDON, ' 45, Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Glendy Burke; Honor Board; Y. M. C. A. • MERREL MARJORIE LOUBAT, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Dance Club; Pan- Hellenic Council. • LEO ALBERT LOUBERE, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Y. M. C. A. • DAVID E LOVEMAN, ' 46. Gadsden, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Band. • MARIFRANCES LOWE, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Greenbackers; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • RICHARD HILL LOWENBURG, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; Y. M. C. A. • CARLOS JOSEPH LOZANO, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • LUD MAURY LUDLOW, ' 46, Jackson, Mississippi; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • EDWARD JOSEPH LUDMAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Honor Board; Y. M. C. A. • ETHEL ADELE LUEHRMANN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club. • LORRAINE EVELYN LYONS. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; University Theatre; Festival Choir. • JAMES RICHARD McCARTHY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Architectural Society. • TOBY McCARTY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Y. W. C. A. « COYLE REDDITT McCHESNEY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • BEVERLY SHAW McCLURE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • JAMES LOGAN McCONNELL. ' 46. Waveland. Mississippi- Engineer ng; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Cheer- leaders; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; T. U. R. K.; Y. M. C. A. O MARY ELIZABETH McCONNELL. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club. • WILLIAM PALMER McCORD. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T, C. • JOHN CHAPMAN McCUTCHEN. II, ' 46, Los Angeles, California; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C. • SARAH LOU McCUTCHEN, ' 45, BIythevIlle, Ar- kansas; Newcomb. • MARTHA McDONOUGH, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. S WILLIAM ERNEST McDOWELL, ' 45. Monroe. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • EMANUEL THOMAS McEVOY. JR., ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Pi; Y. M. C. A. • ELAINE THELMA McFAUL, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Honor Board; Spanish Club; Y. W. C. A. • SIBYL L. McGEE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • JEAN McGIVNEY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • SAMUEL JASON McGREW. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C; Y M. C. A. • BETTY MclNTOSH. ' 46. Savannah. Georgia; New- comb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. • JOSEPH TIMOTHY McKAY. JR.. ' 46, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • GEORGE EDWARD McLEAN. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: Kappa Sigma; Glee Club. UnOERGRRDUflTES [161] FIRST COLUMN • BEHY PRAH McLEOD, ' At, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma; S!ee Club. • LOUISE A. McMAHON, ' -li. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu, • THOMAS JAMES McMAHON. Ai, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • FRED McMANIS. JR.. 46 Houston. Texas; Engi- neering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A. 5. M. E. • EMILE LESEHDRE McMILLAN. ' IS. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JESSE McNEIL. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce. Sigma Pi. Alpha Phi Omega; Band; Sym- phony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A. • MARILYN LUCILE McNEIL, ' S. New Orleans. Louis ' ana; Newcomb; Mathematics Club; Y. W, C. A, • WILLIAM ARTHUR McNICHOLS, JR., ' 45, Dixon, Illinois; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Phi. • DELORD RENFREW MABRY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C. • JAMES DAVID MADDOX, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Naval R O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • DOROTHY DODDS MAGEE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • HENRY C. MAGEE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C. A. • MARY LOU MAGUIRE, ' 46, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • LUCRETIA MALONE. ' 45. Talladega. Alabama; Newcomb; Art Club; Glee Club. • BARBARA MANN. ' 45. Burlington, Vermont; New- comb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Greenbackers; University Theatre. • FREDERICK MANN. ' 45. New York, New York; Arts and Sciences. • NINA MANY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; New- comb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • YOLANDE BARBARA MARCHESSEAU, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Jennie Nixon Debating; University Theatre. • JEANNE MARIE MARCOUX, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y, W. C. A. • ALYCE M. MARECHAL, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • CHARLES GRILLOT MARIO, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • GLORIA ETHELYN MARKS. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Dance Club; Jennie Nixon Debating; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. SECOND COLUMN THIRD COLUMN • ANN MARMON, ' 46, Memphis, Tennessee; New- comb; Alpha Omcron Pi; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • OLIVER BEIRNE MILES, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • SHEILA MARSH, li. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; University Theatre. • CARMEL ELISE MILHAS, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club. • DOROTHY RAND MARSHALL, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • BENJAMIN BERNARD MARTIN, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • DAVID BOUCHER MARTIN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. • EARLE NORMAN MARTIN, JR., ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering. O EDMUND BUTTS MARTIN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; Greenbackers; Jambalaya; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ROBERTA MARIE MARTIN, ' 45, St. Martinville, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. 9 THOMAS LEON MARTIN, ' 46, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • OWEN JOSEPH MARTINEZ, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. O WALTER JOHN MARTINY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering; A. I. E. E.; Mathematics Club. • MARY FRANCES MARULLO, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana, Newcomb; Glee Club; University Theatre. • JAMES EDWARD MASSEY, ' 46, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: Commerce. • JULIE ANN MATTES, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce. • ROBERT MARCUS MAY, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. • JACQUELINE MAYHEW, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • IRVING CHASE MENEFEE. ' 45, Shreveport, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • CHALITA MAE MENENDEZ, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Glee Club; Cath- olic Club. • LOUIS IRVING MEYERSON, ' 46, Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Y. M. C. A. • MAX A. MICHAEL, JR., ' 46, Washington, D. C; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ERNEST PETER MILLER, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Intra- mural Council; Y. M. C. A. • KENNETH POCHE MILLER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Y. M. C. A. • MARILYN BARBARA MILLER, ' 45, South Bend, Indiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • ANTHONY JOSEPH MINALDI, ' 46, Morgan City, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • BELLA LEAH MINTZ. ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • TOMME GERMAINE MIRANDONA, ' 46, New- comb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club; Jambalaya. • MARTHA KATHLEEN MITCHELL, ' 45, Nashville, Tennessee; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club; Assets. e LAWRENCE LEON MITNICK, ' 46, New Haven, Connecticut; Arts and Sciences; S ' gma Alpha Mu; Glee Club; Y M. C. A. • MARION VIRGINIA MIZE, ' 45, Gulfport, Missis- sippi; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Y. W, C. A. • LOUIS LeCORGNE MOISE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Naval R. O, T. C. • WINFRED HARMON MONCRIEF, ' 46, HatHes- burg, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Eps Ion; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. • GEORGE P. MONTAGNET, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • DAVID scon MOODIE, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Glee Club; Operetta. • AUBREY LEE MOORE, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • ROBERT M. MOORE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega; White Elephants. • FRANK C. MORAN, JR., ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants. • ODETTE MORAN. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. • WILLIAM BROWN MORGAN, II, ' 46. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. UnDERGRRDUflTES • WALTER JAMES MICHAEL, ' 46, Washington, D C, Cornme ' ce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T, C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • SALVATORE NICHOLAS MILAZZO, ' 46, Elizabeth, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences. • BETTY MORPHY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club; Jambalaya. • MARY HENRYETTA MORRIS, ' 46. Laurel. Missis- sippi; Newcomb; Glee Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. [163] FIRST COLUMN • BEVERLY MORSE, ' 46, Kansas City, Missouri: New- comb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club; Glee Club; Uni- versity Theatre. • SALLY RAE MOSS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Hullabaloo; I. R. C. • CHARLOTTE MARIE MUGNIER. ' 46, Chalmette. Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • RICHARD FROTSCHER MULLER, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; A. S. M. E.; Greenbackers. • ROSEMARY LOUISE MULLER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Jambalaya; Y. W. C. A. e C. EBB MUNOEN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louis ' ana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma; Glendy Burke; Naval R. O. T. C; TatfraiL • MORRIS MURRAY MUNOWITZ, ' 45, New York, New York; Engineering; Kappa Nu; Basketball. • GLENDY JOHN MUNSON, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma, • JEAN MURPHY, ' 46, Ardmore, Oklahoma; New- comb; Kappa Alpha Theta; A Capella Choir; Glee Club. • CHARLES ROY MURPHY, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Pi; Y. M. C. A. • LEE FRANCIS MURPHY, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineer ' ng; Beta Theta Pi; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail. • ROBERT ALOYSUIS MURPHY, JR., ' 45, Vreden- burgh, Alabama; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JAMES ROBERT MURRAY, JR., ' 46, Pascagoula, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • DONALD TOWNSEND MYERS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • CHARLOTTE MYRICK, ' 46, Puerto Armuelles, Panama; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; University Theatre; Y. W. C A, • MERLE MYRICK, ' 46, Puerto Armuelles, Panama; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Y. W. C. A. • JOHN IRWIN NEEL, ' 45, Monroe, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • EMMEH CLEVELAND NEILL, JR., ' 46, Vicksburg, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • STANLEY NELSON, ' 45, New York, New York; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Nu. • EDYTH RAYMOND NEWELL, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH NICHOLS, ' 46, Atlanta, Georgia; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club; Glee Club; University Theatre. • ELLEN NOCHLIN, ' 46, Mayfleld, Kentucky; New- comb; Phi Sigma Sigma; Art Club; Glee Club. SECOND COLUMN THIRD COLUMN • WARREN JOHN NOLAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; Architectural Society; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Tatfrail. • EDWARD DEMAREST PARKHOUSE, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma; French Club; Glee Club; Honor Board; Operetta. • VENPA PATRICIA NORTHWAY, 45, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • NANCY JANE N UNEZ, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club. • JOCELYN ALICE NYLAND, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; A Capella Choir; Dance Club; Glee Club; Riding Club. • LEILA MAYS OBIER, ' 46, Plaquemine, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • EMILE EDWARD O ' BRIEN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • EDWARD WILLIAM ALTON OCHSNER, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Band; Glee Club. • ALLEN D ODEN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma, Greenbackers. • MARIE LOUISE ODENDAHL, ' 45. Metairie, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • SHEILA NATALIE O ' LEARY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club; University Theatre. • MARY LEE OLIVER, ' 45, New Orleans, Lousiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Glee Club; Orchestra. • ALBERT GILBERT OLIVIER, JR., ' 45, St. Martin- ville, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Architectural Society. • NICHOLAS JOSEPH OLIVIER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • RAY OSCAR OLSEN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O. T. C; Tatfrail. • DORIS MAE O ' NEIL, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • WILSON McKERALL O ' NIELL, ' 45, Franklin, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • DELIA HOOE O ' SHEE, ' 45, Alexandria, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • DONALD CLAUDE OSTER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants. • ROBERT KINNEAR OVERSTREET, ' 46, Jackson, Miss ' ssippi; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • IRENE ALEXANDER OWEN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. « ETTA MAE PALMISANO, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A.; Festival Choir. • BLANC AIREY PARKER, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce; Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • WILLIAM P. PARKHOUSE, ' 46, New Orleans. Lou- is ' ana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T, C; Taffrail. • MICKEY C. PARLOUR, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club; Jambalaya. • NOEL EDWARD PARMENTEL, ' 46, Algiers, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Y. M. C. A. • PAUL G. PARRA, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C. O PATTY L. PATERSON, ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • MARIE T. PATRON, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • ALICE BATCHELOR PATTON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Jambalaya. • MARY LOUISE PAYNE, ' 46, Greenville, Missis- sippi; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club. • GERALD CON5TANTINE PELIAS, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Sigma Phi; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Basketball, Football, Softball. • JAMES LEONARD PENDERGRASS. ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering. • ELSA WANDA PERDOMO, ' 46, Havana, Cuba; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club. • NEWTON STEPHENS PERKINS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineer ' ng; Delta Sigma Phi; Hullabaloo; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JOSEPH KAYLE PERLOFF, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce: Zeta Beta Tau; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. e CHARLES ALBERT PERRENOD, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Pi; Band; Cam- pus Nite, • FELICIEN GUS PERRIN, ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E. • LEONARD PESSES, ' 46, El Dorado, Arkansas; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Mu; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Y. M. C A. • JOHN C. PETAGNA, ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce; Delta Tau Delta; White Elephants. • CHESTER ARTHUR PEYRONNIN, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Alpha Phi Omega; Y. M. C. A. • EARL JOSEPH PEYROUX, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana: Commerce; Delta Tau Delta; Campus Nite; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • RITA CLARE PFLUEGER. ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; University Theatre. • CALVIN JEROME PFLUG, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Y. M. C. A. UnOERGRRDUnTES [165] FIRST COLUMN • NEWTON TAYLOR PHARR, ' At, New Iberia, Lou- isiana: Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • HARRIOTT KINLOCH PHELPS, ' • S, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; T. U. R. K.; University Tlieatre. • CALHOUN WILLIAMSON PHIFER, M6. Jackson, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. • HARRIETT ANN PIERCE, ' 44, Caruttiersville, Mis- souri; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; A Capella Choir; Slee Club. • ALAN SIDNEY PINCUS, ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E. « JO ANN PINCUS, ' 45, San Antonio, Te xas; New- comb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Assets; Greenbackers; Jennie Nixon Debating; Tennis Club. • RICHARD A. PISKE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Pi; A. S, M. E.; Alpha Phi Omega; Y M. C. A. • JACK W. PITKIN. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta; Y. M. C. A. • WALTER F, PLAUCHE, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; A. S. M. E.; Mathematics Club. • LOUIS ANTHONY POLIZZI, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Camera Club. • ROSEMARY KATHERINE POOL, ' 45, Rockford, Illinois; Newcomb. • HELEN RIVIERE POPE, ' 45, Chicago, Illinois; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; University Theatre. • ELEANOR HAWLEY PORTER, ' 45, Galveston, Texas; Newcomb; Art Club; Assets; Glee Club; Op- eretta; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A.; Secretary- Treasurer of Art School Student Body. • GLAUCO JOSEPH POSSENO, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • WILLIAM KNOX POU, ' 46, Plant City, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • ELIZABETH P. POURICIAU, ' 46, New Roads, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Y. W. C. A. • HOYT POWELL. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • RUTH DRUHAN POWER, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Operetta. • HOWARD CHARLES PRATT, JR., ' 45. Fort Smith, Arkansas; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta PI. • ALVIN THEODORE PRECHTER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • ALECK PRIMOS, ' 45, Jackson, Mississippi; Com- merce; Phi Delta Theta; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C. • SIDNEY JOSEPH PRINTZ, ' 46, New York, New York; Arts and Sciences. SECOND COLUMN THIRD COLUMN • MARILYN CLIFFORD PROBST. ' It. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Campus NIte; Uni- versity Theatre. • MARIE JACQUELINE PR0V05TY, ' 46. New Or- leans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Art Club. • RUTH PROVOSTY, ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • RUBEN A. PUERTA. ' 45. Panama City. Republic of Panama; Arts and Sciences. • ALLAN EUSTIS QUERENS, ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. Alpha Phi Omega. • PEGGY DEAN QULLOS. ' 45. Shreveport, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Newcomb Athletic Council. • MORRIS JOSEPH RABE. ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering. • JAMES DOUGLAS RAGLAND, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • EDWARD PHILIP RANDOLPH. III. ' 46. New Or- leans. Louisana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JOSEPH JOHN RANNA. ' 45. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrall; Y. M. C. A. • WESLEY JOSEPH RANSON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E. • MYRON RAPPAPORT, ' 45, Chrcveport, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Mu; A. S. C. E. • CAROLINE SCHOLARS RAU, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club; Glee Club; University Theatre. • JOHN B. REA, JR., ' 46, McComb, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Band; Symphony Orchestra. • BEHY FAVROT READ, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisi- ana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Y. W, C. A. • FRANK WILLIAM REAGAN, ' 46, Bogalusa, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi. • ADELE ADAH REDDITT, II, ' 45, Columbia, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Newcomb Orchestra: Newcomb Student Government; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council; Recording Secretary of New- comb Student Body; Festival Choir. • GUY DEAN REED, ' 45, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Arts and Sciences. • MARIAN REESE, ' 45, Merriam, Kansas; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Hullabaloo; Pan-Hellenic Coun- ciL • ELEANOR ALICE REICH, ' 46, Ft. Worth, Texas; Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Glee Club. • CALA SUE REID. ' 45, Leesville, Louisiana; New- comb; Zeta Tau Alpha; University Theatre. • JANE CREWS REYNOLDS. ' 46, Caruthersville, Missouri; Newcomb. • LEO REILLY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Com- merce. • NATHAN HERMAN REIZMAN, ' 45, Chicago, Illinois; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Nu. • LEO OTT RHEA. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E. • JAMES LOWRY RICE, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C. • JACK RICH, ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engi- neering; Zeta Beta Tau; Taffrall; Y. M. C. A. • GLEN HALL RICHTER, ' 46, Ennis, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • FLORENCE HARRIS RICKER, ' 46, Tulsa, Okla- homa; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. • HORACE BUSHNELL RICKEY, Jr., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. C. E.; Alpha Phi Omega. • ALMA COLLINS RIESS, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; University Theatre; Y, W. C. A. • BETTY LOU ROBERTS. ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; University Theatre. • ALAN JILLSON ROBINSON, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; A. I. of Ch. E ; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A., President. • CHARLES WESLEY ROBINSON, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. • MARTHA ANN RODGERS, ' 45, Shreveport, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Hullabaloo; University Theatre; Y, W. C. A. • ARNESTO JOSE RODRIGUEZ, ' 46, Habana, Cuba; Engineering; Y. M. C. A. • GOODWIN ROGERSON, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrall; Y. M. C. A. • JULIUS HENRY ROLFS, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • DOROTHY ELAINE ROLNICK, ' 45, Chicago, Illi- nois; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; War Forum. • WILLIAM EUGENE ROONEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha PI Alpha; A, I. of Ch. E.; Naval R. O T. C; Taffrall; Y. M. C. A. • FLOYD DAVID ROOS, ' 45, Shreveport, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Glendy Burke; Y. M. C. A • JULANNE ROSE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Assets; French Club; I. R. C; University Theatre. UnOERGRflDUflTES • WILLIAM ARCHER REID, ' 45, Atlanta, Georgia; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • FRED E. ROSEMAN, ' 46. Bossier City. Louisiana; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C. [ 167] FIRST COLUMN • CHARLES ROSEN, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau. • HAROLD ALLEN ROSEN. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Nu; A. I. E. E.; Math- ematics Club; Y. M. C. A. • JEANNE ELIZABETH ROSENBERG. ' 45. Norfolk. Virginia; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; I. R. C. • JACK SONTHEIMER ROSENTHAL. ' 45. Washing- ton. D. C; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. • IRWIN ROSENZWEIS. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisi- ana; Commerce; Kappa Nu; Glee Club. • JOHN ALBERT ROSS. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisi- ana; Engineering. • MATHIDLE LAURANS ROSS. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Y. W. C. A. • ERNEST A. ROTH. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Greenbackers; Mathematics Club. • ALONSO R. ROY. Unclassified. Panama. Republic of Panama; Arts and Sciences. • DAPHNE MARGERY ROY. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Glee Club; Univer- sity Theatre. • HELEN TEMPLE RUTHLAND. ' 46. St. Petersburg. Florida; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club; Y. W. C. A. • EARLINE LEAH RUTTER. ' 46. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Hullabaloo. Y, W. C. A. • LOUREY JOSEPH ST. PIERRE, ' 46, Destrchan, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Band; Y. M. C. A. • JOHN PIERRE ST. RAYMOND. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; A, S, M. E.; Mathematics Club. • BARBARA MARY SANCHEZ. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • MARION WILBURN SANDOZ. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club. • EDWARD HUGH SANFORD. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering: Kappa Sigma; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. • DAN SONTHEIMER SCHARFF. JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau; A. I. of Ch. E.; Mathematics Club; Y. M. C. A. • MARIE LOUISE SCHIELE. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • MARGARET NORTON SCHILLING. ' 45, Marietta, Georgia; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club; Glee Club. • G. ADOLPH SCHMIDT, ' 46, Pass Christian. Mis- issippi; Arts and Sciences. • JOHN PARKER SCHNEIDAU, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce. SECOND COLUMN THIRD COLUMN • CARL D. SCHNEIDER, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; A. S. M. E. • HERBERT JOSHUA SHULMAN, ' 46, Bayonne, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences. • ELAINE AUDREY SCHNEIDER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Greenbackers. • ELIZABETH M. SHUTTS, ' 45, Lake Charles, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club. • HERMAN BERNARD SCHOENBERGER, ' 46, Buras, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Y. M. C. A. • BARBARA ANNE SCHREIER, ' 46, tvtorgan City, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club. • HAROLD MAITLAND SCHUMANN, ' 46, Gretna, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • FREDERIC DORIAN SCHWARZ, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Summer Festival Choir; Brotherhood ot St. Andrew. • HAROLD SIMON SCHWEITZER, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • BETTY GRACE SCOTT, ' 45, Sewanee, Tennessee; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club. • JOSEPH CARRYL SEAMAN, JR., ' 45, Waterproof, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. • FLORIAN RAMON SEAL, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • VIRGINIA 5EALE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Dance Club; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • AMI WINIFRED SEAR, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; University Theatre. • BERE ELLIS SELF, ' 46, Mobile, Alabama; Arts and Sciences. • MAXIM SELTZER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • AUSTIN VIADERO SIERRA. JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E. • MARJORIE ANN SILER, ' 46, Cottonwood, Ari- zona; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • FISHER EDWARD SIMMONS, JR., ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. • GERALD T. SIMON, ' 46, Miami Beach. Florida; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. • RUTH M. SIMON, ' 45, Montgomery, Alabama; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • RONALD ANTHONY SIMONE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • CARLTON SALVIS SIMONLAUX, JR.. ' 45, Mar- rero, Louisiana; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JERRY NICHOLLS SIMS, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • CLARISE CHAUVIN SLAGLE, ' 46, Monroe, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club. o GEORGE WILSON SMALL, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • ELIZABETH BRANDON SMART, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • VIRGINIA ANNE SMART, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club UnDERGRflDUflTES • ROBERT REID SENTER, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; T. U. R. K. • DENISE CLEVELAND SESSUMS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; A Cappella Choir; Hullabaloo. • MARIANNE SEWELL, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisi- ana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; I. R. C. • BETTY DeKOVEN SMEDES, ' 45, Cade, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Glee Club; Operetta; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • FRANK BOATNER SMITH, ' 46, Gulfport, Mis- sissippi; Engineering. • FRED NEWMAN SMITH, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Y. M. C. A. • GLORIA JOSEPHINE SHEARIN, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. • WILLIAM HOMER SHEPARD, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Band; Naval R. O. T. C. • EMILE SAUTER SHERRARD, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: A. I. E. E.; Mathematics Club. • JEANNE SARAH SHIELDS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • GLORIA SMITH. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Univer- sity Theatre. • KATHLEEN PALMER SMITH, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • WILLIAM ISAAC SMITH, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi. • MERCEDES SONTHEIMER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • AUDREY RUTH SHUBERT, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Sigma Omicron. • TOMAS DOMINGO SOSA, ' 46, Caracas, Vene- zuela; Arts and Sciences; Phi lota Alpha. [169] FIRST COLUMN • JACQUELYN LAURA SOUDERES, ■46. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; 2eta Tau Alpha; Hulla- baloo; University Theatre. • EVAN RAGLAND SOULE. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma. • ALICE ALEXANDER SOUTH, ' 4i, Frankfort, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; A Cappella Choir; Art Club; Glee Club. • GEORGE SPENCER, ' 46, Tallulah, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Y, M. C. A. • WINNIE MAE STAFFORD, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club! • PERRY ROGER STAUB, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Sigma Pi. • NADYNE GIBBS STEINMAYER. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • JOHN EDWARD STEPHENS. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; White Ele- phants. • HARRIET BETH STERN, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; University Theatre. • JOANNE STERN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; University Theatre. • JULIAN P. STERN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • BARBARA STEWART, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Greenbackers; Jennie Nixon Debating. • GEORGE STOCKING STEWART, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha, Y. M. C. A. • STONEWALL BOULET STICKNEY, ' 45, Mobile, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta PI; T. U. R. K. • SAM PAYNE STONE, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta PI; Y. M. C. A. • MAURICE JEAN STOUSE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi; Band; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • PATSY LOUISE STRECKFUS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • CLARENCE E. STRINGER. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • BARBARA RUSH STRONG, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; Glee Club; Tennis Club. • SAMUEL WALLACE SULLI, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; Architectural Society. • TROYE A. SVENDSON, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisi- ana; Arts and Science; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants. • WILDORA JEAN SWAIN, ' 46, Kansas City, Mis- souri; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Dance Club; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. SECOND COLUMN THIRD COLUMN • THOMAS RANDOLPH SWAYZE, ' 45, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; 13 Club. • ALBERT OSCAR TANGUE. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana, Engineering: Delta Sigma Phi; A. S. C. E.; Naval R, O. T. C; Taffrail, • LESLIE FISHER TANNER, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering • SUSAN TALBOT UHL, ' 45, Daytona Beach, Flori- da; Nowcomb; 2eta Tau Alpha; Art Club. • PAUL WARREN ULLMAN, ' 45, New York, New York; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Hulla- baloo. • AMELIE ALCEE UMBACH, ' 45, New Orleanf, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; T. U. R. K.; Univer- sity Theatre. • HERBERT EDWARD TARDY, JR., ' 46, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail • BEVERLY C. TAYLOR, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Art Club; Glee Club; University Theatre. o BETTY FRANCES TERROY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A, • WILLIAM JOHN TESSIER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; 13 Club: Football. • JEAN FRANCES THIBODEAUX, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; University Theatre. • S. GRADY THIGPEN, ' 46, Picayune, Mississippi; Commerce- Phi Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C. A. • EUGENE JOSEPH THOMAS, ' 46, Jackson, Mis- sissippi; Arts and Sciences. • CLAIRE PEGEEN TINKLER, ' 46, Jackson, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • JOE ALVIN TIPPIT, ' 45, Monroe, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Glee Club. • PATRICIA E. TOBIN, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A Cappella Choir; Assets; Glee Club; Operetta. • CHRISTOPHER TOMPKINS, ' 45, Washington, D. C; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • ELIZABETH JANE VALLAS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • FRANK WILLIAM VAN KIRK, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • CLAUDE PETER VALLET, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C. A. • LACHLAN MAURY VASS, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • DOROTHY BELLE VERLANDER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A. • KATHRYN VERLANDER, ' 46, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • AUDREY ADAIR VICKNAIR, ' 45, Gretna, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A.; Archery Club. • P. A. VIGLIA, ' 45, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • GERALD FLOYD VILLARS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • RODNEY MOSS VINCENT, ' 46, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; Band. • MIRIAM ADRIENNE VIOSCA, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Y. W. C. A. UnOERGRRDUflTES • ANA CELIA TRELLES, ' 45, Tampa, Florida; New- comb; Delta Zeta; Y. W. C. A. • HERBERT PAUL VOGEL, ' 45, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Nu. • PURITA GEORGINA TRELLES, ' 45, Tampa, Flori- da; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. W. C. A. • RAY CLIFFORD TREMONT, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. • WILLIAM EDWARD TUCKER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; University Theatre. • DOROTHY MAE TUGEL, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A. • ALANSON VIVRETTE TURNBOUGH, ' 46, Jack- son, Mississippi; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Hullabaloo; White Elephants. • HELEN EILEEN TURNER, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Art Club; Jambalaya; University Theatre. • DOTTIE TWYMAN, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Y. W. C. A. • BOBBIE VOLKERT, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb: University Theatre. • BETTY KATHRYN VORBUSCH, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; Jennie Nixon Debating; Y. W. C. A. • GEORGE I. WAGENHEIM, ' 45, Pensacola, Flori- da; Commerce; Naval R. O. T. C. • BETTY WAGGAMAN, ' 45. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta; T. U. R. K. • MARILYN " WAGS " WAGNER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • WILLIAM ELI WAGNON, ' 46, Palestine, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • LESTER W. WAINER, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Kappa Nu. [171] FIRST COLUMN • BETTY WAINWRIGHT, ' 46. New York, New York; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; Hulla- baloo: University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • F. POCHE WAGUESPACK. ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Alptia; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ROBERT FRIDGE WAKEFIELD. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Y. M. C. A. • HAROLD BOYLSTON WALKER. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi; A. I. of Ch. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. e WlLLIAIvl VAUGHAN WALKER. ' 46. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Engineering. • JANET FLETCHER WALL. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi tvlu; Glee Club; University Theatre. O FRANCES ELAINE WALTHER. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • WALTER SEYMOUR WARHEIT. ' 46. New York. New York; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Nu. e KENNETH CLARENCE WARREN. ' 46. Trenton. New Jersey; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • PHANOR BREAZEALE WATERS. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; Honor Board; Intramural Unit Manager; Oratorical and Debating. e GUYTON HAMPTON WATKINS. ' 45. New Iberia. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Glendy Burke; Y. M. C. A. 9 ALFRED ADAIR WAHERS, JR.. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; Naval R. O. T. C. • CHARLES H. WEATHERLY. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • MARGARET ANN WEAVER. ' 46. Atlanta, Geor- gia; Newcomb. • CECILE WEIL. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; New- comb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; University Theatre; Tennis Club. • DORIS EVELYN WEINSTEIN. ' 46. St. Augustine, Florida; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; I. R. C; University Theatre; Festival Choir; Newcomb Intramurals. • FRED ROBERT WEISEN. ' 45. New York. New York; Commerce; Kappa Nu; Pan-Hellenic Council. • ABRAHAM WEISLER, ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Kappa Nu. • RICHARD LAWRENCE WEISS, ' 45, Indianapolis. Indiana; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau. Alpha Phi Omega; Band. • FREDERICK WILLIAM WEISSBORN. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • DONALD RANDOLPH WELLFORD. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E.; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail. • MARION WELLFORD, ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A. S. C. E.; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taf- frail; Y. M. C. A. SECOND COLUMN THIRD COLUMN • RICHARD O. WERLEIN. ' 16, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Science; Beta Theta Pi; Cannpus NIte; Hullabaloo; Jambalaya; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ESMAR KAISER WILLIAMSON, ' 44, New Orfeans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; A. S. C. E,; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ARTA JAN WERNER, ' IB, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. o LENORE WILLIAMSON, ' 45, Pine Apple, Ala- bama; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • ANN BOYD WEST, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Assets; T. U. R. K. • BARBARA L. WEST, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • MAIA WESTON, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Newcomb Athletic Council; University Theatre. • JANE KATHERINE WHEELAHAN. ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club. • JOHN PATRICK WHELAN, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • ELIZABETH WILMER WHELESS, ' 46, Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • AYLMER VIRGINIA WHITE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana, Engineering; Alpha Delta Pi. • CORNELIUS DEE WHITE. JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • DOTTY WHITE, ' 45, Monroe, Louisiana; New- comb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • ANDREW PETER WHITMAN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • WARREN DAVIS WHITTINGTON, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • CONNIE LEE WIENER, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Art Club; Glee Club; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • JOHN PAUL WIGGIN. ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; Y. M. C, A. • MARION MARIE WILBERT, ' 46, Donaldsonville, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • WILLIAM HAROLD WILKES, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Tau Delta; White Ele- phants. • PHYLLIS GUTHRIE WILKINSON, ' 45, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha, • CHARLES BRENT WILLIAMS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsllon; A. I. of Ch. E.; A. S. C. E. • HARRY JOHN WILLIAMS, JR.. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Hullabaloo; Jambalaya; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • ROBERT DAVISON WILLIAMS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Naval R. O. T. C; Track. • WILLIAM FLOYD WILLIAMSON, JR., ' 45, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; Architectural Society; Greenbackers. • WILLIAM DAVID WILLIG. JR., ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C. A. • WILLIAM BENJAMIN WILTENMUTH, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • COURTENEY BELLE WINCHESTER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club. • DAVID DANIEL WINSTON, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce. o OLIVE KATHERINE WISE, ' 45, Warren, Arkansas; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club. • BETTY WOLBRETTE, ' 46, Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; I. R. C. • JEROME WOLF, ' 45. New York, New York; Arts and Sciences. • WALTER LEONARD WOODS, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Commerce; Glendy Burke; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. • BETTY WOOLF, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. ROBERT MOORE WOOLFOLK, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; A. S. C. E. • ELLIS GARY WORK, ' 45, Pensacola. Florida; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • EDWIN SHELBY WRIGHT. ' 45. Vicksburg, Mis- sissippi; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; A. S. C. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • IMA POLEKAT YOUNG, ' 46. Skunk Hollow, Kentucky. • CLAIRE MAE ZANDER. ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; University Theatre. • WILLIAM GEORGE ZETZMANN, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • MARION JUANITA ZENELY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Beta Lambda. • RAIFORD MICHEL 2IESLER. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • ANDRE HAROLD ZILBERMANN. ' 46. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Mu; Y. M. C. A. UnDERGRflDUflTES • STEWART McGEHEE WILLIAMS, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • JERRY ZOLLER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A.; Spanish Club. [173] ROSTER OF STUDENTS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR IN THIS BOOK COLLEGE OF LAW SENIORS Fred James Casslbry New Orleans. La. Henry Carter Foss JUNIORS New Orleans, La. John Joseph Lewis, Jr., . . New Orleans, La. FRESHMEN Aurelio Alfonso Alba. Ocu. Herrera, Rep. Panama Emily Ashmore New Orleans, La. Dorothy Lucille Bennett .... New Orleans, La. Charles Cecil Crady Fort Worth, Texas Guy Albert Delande New Orleans, La. Leonard Mueller King. Jr. Robert Crawford Leonhart Louis William McFaul, Jr. Richard Douglas Norton . Ralph Edwards Orpys . . Vincent Anfhony Paciera . New Orleans, La. New Orleans. La. New Orleans, La. . . . Harvell, Ark. . . Clifton, N. J. New Orleans. La. Benjan-iin Perkovski New Orleans, La. Paul Octave Hebert Plgman . . New Orleans, La. Charles Schwartz, Jr New Orleans, La. Harry Vernon Sims, Jr New Orleans, La. Henry Elliot Williams, Jr. .... Tampa, Fla. NEWCOMB SENIORS Phyllis Shirley Eckert New Orleans, La. Gloria Hili New Orleans, La. Sara Jones Chattanooga, Tenn. Loraine Lermox New Orleans, La. Eleanor Logan New Orleans, La. Helen Mae Marschall New Orleans, La. Margaret E. Mayne New Orleans, La. Mary Morres Laurel, Miss. Ella Rickey New Orleans, La. Adrienne Rickert New Orleans. La. Jennie Ross New Orleans, La. Edna Mae Ramprid Gretna, La. Mary Sheperd Chattanooga, Tenn. Mary Elizabeth Sweatt Gulfport, Miss. Eren Yvonne Woodward .... New Orleans, La. SPECIAL STUDENTS Rosemcry Haas New Orleans, La. Jane Hackett New Orleans, La. Margaret Pace San Antonio, Texas JUNIORS Evelyn Anderson New Orleans. La. Evelyn Bertrard ..... ... New Orleans, La. Doris Billingsley New Orleans. La. Mae Bruno New Orleans, La. Elizabeth Burns Mason. Ga. Mariorie Cahn New Orleans, La. Marguerite Cousin Shreveport, La. Loura Frances Daix Jefferson, La. Hortensia del Marmal New Orleans. La. Louis Ellison New Orleans, La. Norma Finigoed New Orleans. La. Carol Freret New Orleans, La. Gloria Lillian Garic New Orleans, La. Jean Montgomery New Orleans, La. Violet Mary Heil New Orleans, La. Hilda Eayette Hirsh Mississippi Kathllen Jaffe Dallas, Texas Aurora Karren New Orleans, La. Elmlre Marie Le Blanc . . . Napoleonville. La. Jean Montgomery . New Orleans, La. Irene L. Pfaff New Orleans, La. Jane Elizabeth Pope New Orleans, La. Lola Schnall Marrero. La. Muriel Smith New Orleans. La. Ruth Allen Smith New Orleans, La. Yvonne Stokleman New Orleans, La. Katherine Verlander New Orleans, La. Ruth Watts Bryan, Texas Jean Weinberg Cpuincy, Fla. Harriet Williams New Orleans, La. SOPHOMORES Mary Barret Charlotte. N. C. Marie E. Battalora New Orleans, La. Clara Louise Bernard New Iberia, La. Beverly Bisso New Orleans, La. Elizabeth Calvert Greenville, Miss. Gayle Paula Dahmer New Orleans. La. Jean Cal Donnan Rollam, Mont. Ester FInegald New Orleans, La. Muriel Marcia Fournet New Orleans, La. Joan Staples Harris Galveston, Texas Margaret Rosalie Henley . . . New Orleans, La. Frances Eugenia Henson Corinth, Miss. I 174] Ethelda Nelle Karrer New Orleans, La. Ethyl Koch New Orleans, La. Gertrude Ross Legett New Orleans, La. Barbara Sylvia Lerman Brooklyn, N. Y. Edith Levy Glencoe, III. Emily Lou Lipper Houston, Texas Betty Lowenstein Detroit, Mich. Nina Many New Orleans. La. Mary Lee Martin Oklahoma City, Okla. Margaret Martinez New Orleans, La. Marie Menendez New Orleans, La. Ora Wilhemine Morlier .... New Orleans, La, Mary Emily Nelson New Orleans, La. Lorraine Nungesser iNew Orleans, La. Madeline Oldenburg New Orleans, La. Beulah Pallet New Orleans, La, Jewell Parkerson Lafayette, La. Adele Adah Redditt Columbia, La. Marian Reese Merrlam, Kan, Mary Joy Reynolds .... West Palm Beach, Fla, Marion Schexnaydre New Orleans, La. Hazel Schofield Macon, Ga. Jane Seeman New Orleans, La. Adeline Sarah Singer , , . Oklahoma City, Ofela. Anna Mae Singer New Orleans, La, Carol Stickney Smith New Orleans, La, Betty Stevens New Orleans, La, Magdelene Virginia Sfrumm . , New Orleans, La, Sara Harriett Suzz Birmingham, Ala, Miriam Adrlenne Vtosca . . , , New Orleans, La, Dorothy Equen Westover, Corona del Mar. Calif. Ruth Beverly Wolf New Orleans, La, ,Marjorie Anna Zengel New Orleans, La, FRESHMEN Shirley Ades Lexington, Ky. Wilhelmine Aragon New Orleans, La. Althea Baehr New Orleans, La. Ruth Blust New Orleans, La. Madelene Bose New Orleans, La. Madlyn Brachman Fort Worth, Texas Catherine A. Breaux Morgan City, La. Gertrude Cieutat Arabi, La. Mary Dawson Morgan City, La. Dorothy Mae Doose New Orleans, La. Maud E. Farrer New Orleans, La. Mabel S. Flowers Chattenberg, Tenn. Margaret Freeman New Orleans, La. Charlotte H. Fremaux New Orleans, La. Mariorie B. Garie New Orleans, La. Patricia W. Goodwin Charlotte, N. C. Frances M. Grace Hot Springs, Ark, Gloria P, Gress New Orleans, La. Marie Harris New Orleans, La. Helen M. Hildreth Akron, Ohio Mary A. Jackson New Orleans, La. Catherine E. Jenny New Orleans, La. Ann Johnson Houston, Texas Emilie Kahn New Orleans, La, Virginia M. Kent St. Simon Isle, Ga, Cathryn G. Knighton Birmingham, Ala. Doris Kristofferson New Orleans, La. Doris Jane Lee Hot Springs, Ark. Sadie Lomm Houston, Texas Dorothy Joyce McGuire .... New Orleans, La. Mary B. Mathews New Orleans, La. Jocelyn A. Nyland New Orleans, La. Mary S, Parlour New Orleans, La, Marie Patron New Orleans, La, Octavia Reynolds Albany, Ga. Mary Lou Ritchie New Orleans. La, Elizabeth Anne Shanghro . . . New Orleans, La. Mary Virginia Sidney New Orleans, La, Kathleen Palmer Smith New Orleans, La, Mary Lou Sutton New Orleans, La, Gloria Thomas New Orleans, La, Joy Althea Toney New Orleans, La. Gretchen Mary Trufant .... New Orleans. La. Veronica Wandless Galveston, Texas Louise Heilperus Weiss Shreveport. La. Frances Elizabeth Woolf .... New Orleans, La. Hilda May Ziifle Gretna, La. Ruth Caire Ziifle Gretna La. ARTS AND SCIENCES SENIORS Luis Alvarez, Jr Santurce, Puerto Rico James Flimen Biggart. Jr. . . , Mullens. W, Va. Claude Lamar Brown. Jr. Mobile, Ala. Anthony Joseph Bruno Elizabeth, N. J. Andrew George Bucaro , . . New Orleans, La. Alvin Cohen New Orleans, La. Herbert Cohen Brooklyn, N, Y. Lear William Dane New Orleans, La. Benjamin Wall Dart, Jr New Orleans, La. James Francis Domingues . . . New Orleans, La. Thomas Joseph Garbark .... Edgewood, Pa. Harold Gllck Bronx, N. Y. Seymour Goodstein Brooklyn, N. Y, Adrian John Gruber Brooklyn, N. Y. Arthur Dukes Hertzberg Bayonne, N. J. Mrs. Esther Roberts ' Hunt . . . New Orleans, La. Samerili Benson Hutton, Jr, . . Fort Smith, Ark, Burton Katz Brooklyn, N. Y. Wallace Korn Brooklyn. N. Y. Robert Crawford Leonhardt . . New Orleans, La. Melvin Howard Levin Wlnthrop, Mass. Philip Oscar Lichtblau Union City, N. J. Stewart McLendon Long Atlanta, Ga. William Whitley McCall . . . Covington, Tenn. Frank Witcher McCutlough . . Huntington, W. Va. Herbert Eugene Mauterer . . . New Orleans, La, Harry Preston Moran, Jr New Orleans, La. Frank B. O ' Leary, Jr. New Orleans, La. Ralph Edward Orpys Clifton, N. J. Paul Octave Hebert Pigman . New Orleans, La. Abraham Jacob Rubin Warwick, R. I. Alan Barnett Schonbrum . . . New York, N. Y. Samuel Melville Scott Oakdale, La. Lawrence Shapiro Brooklyn, N. Y. Harry Vernon Sims, Jr New Orleans. La. Irving Sokolsky Houma, La. Oscar F. Tristan San Jose. Costa Rico Nathan Troum Bayonne. N, J. Robert B. Watkins Indian Springs, Ga. Harrison M. Weber Biloxi, Miss. Henry E. Williams, Jr Tampa, Fla. Lewis McL. Williams New Orleans, La. JUNIORS Louis Charles Blanda Harvey. La. Joseph Owen Cies Carlinvllie, Tenn. Douglas James Clark Jollet, III. Frederick George Deller . . . New Orleans, La. Donald Warren Dike Whitewater, Wis. Thomas Morgan Edwards . . . New Orleans, La, Herman Joseph Estrade .... New Orleans, La. Jorge Gasteazoro. La Celba, Atlanklda, Honduras Ernest Rightor George .... New Orleans, La. Richard Mlgel Goldberg .... New Orleans, La. David Greer Houston, Texas Carleton Hale, Jr. New Orleans, La. Simeon Kahn Heninger, Jr Monroe, La. Milton Sidney Holland Shreveport, La. William Martin Kaldem Joliet, 111. Bertram Simon Klebanow . . . Brooklyn, N. Y, Joseph John Kyame New Orleans, La. Frank Valentine Mayer New Orleans, La. Ridgely Molse, Jr New Orleans, La. Manuel J. Pelleterl, Jr New Orleans, La. Joseph Seward Pourclau .... New Orleans, La. Staigg George Ray New Orleans, La. Lester James Reed ...._. New Orleans, La. Joseph Frank Relth, Jr New Orleans, La. Robert Lawrence Rice, Jr Gulfport, Miss. Jay Miller Rowland, Jr Hot Springs. Ark. Hyman H. Ruchelman Brooklyn, N. Y. James Bert Sennett Sheldon, III. John Blackshear White Headland, Ala. Robert Matthew Wilhelml Jolret, HI. Chester Arthur Williams, Jr.. Murfreesboro, Tenn, Richard McDonnell Woodruff . New Orleans, La. William Everard Wright . . . New Orleans, La. SOPHOMORES Weston Wilbur Ackermann . . . New Orleans, La. Karl Michael Aljlan New Orleans, La. Philip St. George Ambler . . Pass Christian, Miss, Arthur Charles Apffel .... New Orleans, La. Michael Lucas Bagnetto .... New Orleans. La, Richard John BaMn, Jr Sawyervllle, 111. Manuel Gutierrez Balmaseda , , . Havana. Cuba Oscar Wharton Brown. Jr Monroe, La. Joseph Supple Bruns New Orleans. La. Julio Cesar Contreras, Jr David, Panama Roberto Guillermo Cuevas. Jr Colon. Republic of Panama [175] Nestor Lubin Currault, Jr Westwego, La. Robert Lee Eddy. Jr New Orleans, La. George Edgar Eick Sanford. Fla. Lawrence B. Epstein Bayonne, N. J. Wllloughby Brooke Fox . . . . New Orleans, La. Bertram Freedman Wakefield, N. Y. Hyman P. Galbret Miami Beach, Fla. Maurice B. Gatlln, Jr New Orleans, La. Olton Hebert New Iberia, La. Thomas R. Heintz Hartford, Wis. Milton Hero New Orleans, La. Archibald T. Higgins, Jr. Gretna. La. Roland F. Hotard Winter Park, Fla. Bernard L. Jacobs New Orleans, La. John W. Kilpatrlck Ackerman, Miss. Frank P. Krleger, Jr New Orleans, La. Louis E. Lashman, Jr. New Orleans, La. Lawrence G. Lavengood Tulsa, Okla. George B. Lucas Franklin, La. John V. Mauterer New Orleans, La. Charles M. Mintz Plainfield, N. J. Richard K. Munson Clinton, La. Gustave L. Pailet New Orleans, La. Warren D. Pays New Orleans, La. Warren C. Perkins New Orleans, La. Arthur L, Porter New Orleans, L.a William L. Quealy Methuen, Mass. Louis V. Rand, II New Orleans, La. Joseph A. Renfroe Fort Meyers. Fla. Leonard M. Rosman New Orleans, La. Thomas B, Sellers, Jr New Orleans, La. George C. Simmons New Orleans, La. Theodore Solomon Steelton, Pa. Harry Spiro, Jr New Orleans, La. Joseph A. Sternberg New Orleans, La. Bernard M. Tetek Gary, Ind. John W. Thomas New Orleans, La. Andre C. L. Touzet New Orleans, La. Vestle B. White Arkansas City. Kan. Jack A. M. Wittels Brookl yn. N. Y. FRESHMEN Dara Esilda Arrocha Panama John Floyd Arrowood Willard, Ohio Charles Joseph Arthur New Orleans, La. Alexander Athas New Orleans, La. George Clarence Battalora, Jr. New Orleans, La. Lynn Michael Bernard Westwego. La. Thomas Edwin Bonner New Orleans, La Wallace Elmer Bordelon_ . New Orleans. La. Waiter Breltman Brooklyn, N. Y. Ernesto G. Brin Managua. Nicaragua Lawrence John Callahan . . . New Orleans. La. Jack George Caminita . . . New Orleans. La. John Anthony Campora .... New Orleans, La. Vincent Caruso New Orleans, La. Robert F. Catchlngs New Orleans. La. Donald MacMIIIan Coleman. . New Orleans, La. David Harry Dannheiser Pensacola, Fla. Edward Joseph Deano .... New Orleans, La. Bennie Ellender, Jr Sulphur, La. Louis Joseph Elliott New Orleans, La. Willie John Evans Alexandria, La. Davis James Farrier Sulphur, La. Alvaro Solorzano Fonseca . San Jose, Costa Rica Edward Llewellyn Fortney . . . New Castle, Pa. George James Fruthaler . . . East Orange, N. J. Daniel Alfred Goers Gary, Ind, Lucien Dewey Grandeury . . . New Orleans, La. John Frederick Green Shelbyville, Ky. Robert Pollock Grlgg, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. William Leonard Grisoli .... New Orleans. La. Norman Sverre Halvorsen . . . New Orleans, La. Merle Edwin Hanson, Jr Chicago, Ml. Joseph Keith Hardle New Orleans, La. Trion Tate Harris New Orleans, La. Aaron Harold Hartman . New Orleans, La, Robert Donald Hodgson . . . New Orleans, La. Richard Kerwin Ingolla .... New Orleans, La. Robert Adam James New Orleans, La. Charles Clement Jaubert .... New Orleans, La. Robert Thompson Jellison . . Salt Lake City, Utah Sam Kartes Bessemer, Ala. Harold Leslie Kearney, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. Oliver Joseph Key, Jr New Orleans, La. Robert Ray Lively Transylvania, La. Kearney Arthur Mahler Houma, La. Casimo Vincent Matassa . . . . New Orleans. La. Malcolm Morris Miller .... New Orleans, La. Anees Mogabgab New Orleans, La. Colburn Hoyt Moncrief Sterlington. La. Jaime Penne Mercredlta, Puerto Rico Lawrence John Pfeffer .... New Orleans, La. Donald Burvant Pfefferle .... New Orleans. La. William Knox Pou Plant City. Fla. William Betron Ragland . . Lake Providence, La. Robert John Relnhardt . . . New Orleans, La. George Hardy Robinson . . Homer, La. Leonard Rappolo, Jr New Orleans, La. John Forrest Roupe ... New Orleans, La. Molse Schornstein, Jr Houston, Texas Philip James Sclortino .... New Orleans, La. Charles Ryal Swain New Orleans, La. Charles Randolph Unsworth, . . New Orleans, La. Louis Charles Weiss New Orleans. La. David Hoover Yockey . New Orleans, La. Walter Donald Young Little Rock, Ark. COMMERCE SENIORS Walter Lee Frazer, Jr. New Orleans, La. Thomas James Hood Amite, La. Robert Leon Indest, Jr New Orleans, La. Kenneth Hanson Kahao Kahns, La. Alma Frances Leckert New Orleans, La. Joseph Dominick Lupo New Orleans, La. George Edwin Nunn New Orleans, La. Richard Groves Riley New Orleans, La. Charles Slngerman New Orleans, La. James Berthelot Yent .... New OrleaRS, La. JUNIORS Thomas Newton Calhoun .... New Orleans, La. Harry Lee Crane, Jr New Orleans, La. William Voelkel Engelhardt . . New Orleans, La. Marshall Kalen New York, N. Y. Rafael Russell Marino .... New Orleans, La. Letty Miranne New Orleans, La. David William Moore Galveston, Texas Waldimiro Reboredo. . . Norte, Camaguey, Cuba Harry Silverman New Orleans, La. SOPHOMORES Robert Russell Bain, Jr. ... . New Orleans, La. Cedric Audley Curran .... New Orleans, La. Lewis Spence Graham New Orleans, La. Henry Joseph Haydel New Orleans, La. Yvonne Marie Keefer New Orleans, La. Stanley Levingston Rulevllle, Miss, Leo Miller, Jr New Orleans, La. Albert Edward Moulin, Jr.. . . New Orleans, La. Robert Milton Pittman Plain Dealing, La. Aaron Lester Sarpy New Orleans, La. Audrey Ruth Shubert New Orleans, La. William Fitzgerald Stahl . . . New Orleans, La. [176] FRESHMEN Louis Garland Burkes . . , . New Orleans, La. David EIroy CHron New Orleans, La. Carolyn Barbara Davies .... South Bend, Ind. Robert Paul Haas Memphis, Tenn, William John Lashley, Jr. . . . Nev Orleans, La. Maurice Little New Orleans, La, William McElroy Queens Village, N. Y. Donald Charles McGuire Joseph Koy!e Perloff Whit Gilmer Reed , , . John Leopold Strausc Nc-v Orleans, La, New Orleans, La, . Memphis, Tenn, , . Mobile, Ala PART TIME STUDENTS Charles Gaston Gould Willie D. Gowland , New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. William Beverly Jones New Orleans, La. Jack Kamaiko New Orleans. La. Leo Morsholl La Poutge Searcy Maynard Pa ' er New Orleans, La, Nev Orleans, La, ENGINEERING SENIORS John Sidney Duhe - , Louis Theodore Frantz, Jr. . , Hahnville, La. Louis Joseph Le Carpentter . New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. William Edgar Mallett New Orleans, La. John G, Pratt, Jr. New Orleans, La. Louis Leo Robein, Jr. John Y. Taylor . , Destrehan. Lo, . Nev Orleans, La. JUNIORS John W. Alle New Orleans, La. Ernest 5. Gaiennle New Orleans, La, Francis Jack HIggins New Orleans, La. Warren Edward Ibele - . . New Orleans, La. Basil Lavlfola .... George Long Howard Cary McAfee Sustaf Frank Osterman New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Joseph John Parpal . . . Clarence George Reuther . Leonard Charles Ripley, Jr. Emile Sauter Sherrard . . New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La, New Orleans, La, New Orleans, La. SOPHOMORES Gordon Samuel Bangs , , New Orleans, La. Waltern Barna Clifton, N. J. David Wesley Beatty New Orleans, La. Jules Brown .... . . Pass Christian, Miss. Beniamin Simon Brupbacher , , New Orleans, La. Burt George Buquol Baton Rouge, La, Thomas Mason Burke New Orleans. La. Wilford Francis Calongne . . . New Orleans. La. Roland Ernest Cieutat, Jr. , Arabl, La. James David Connell New Orleans, La. Blaise Salvadore D ' Antoni David Morley Fralser - . Robert Anthony Generes Harold Morris Gnesin Marlon Charles GrlMot . Lawrence James Justrabo Nathaniel Butler Knight, Jr, John Paul Lozes, Jr. . . Oscar James McMillan, Jr. 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 Hugh Green Many . . Richard Lloyd Pastorek Arthur James Pitcher, Jr. John Luke Prerdergast . Donald Bernard Schell Frederick Henry Schmidt Edward Louis Schneider Otto Douglas Schumann John Selinka, Jr, ... Charles Swanson Witcher 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 New Orleans. La FRESHMEN Emile Allto, Jr New Orleans, La. Robert Lloyd Allen BIloxI, Miss. Walter James Amoss New Orleans, La. Alanson James Arnold .... New Orleans, La. Charles Joseph Bablngton . . New Orleans, La. Frank Joseph Basile, Jr. . . New Orleans, La. Joseph Fernand Bassett . - . . New Orleans, La. John Haywood Bryant . . , . New Orleans, La. John Paul Byrne New Orleans, La. Roy Gregory Cabeilero . , . , New Orleans, La. Juan Harold Carreras, Jr. . . . New Orleans, La. Fred M. Chatry New Orleans, La. John Mark Clark Memphis, Tenn. Thomas Dean Clark ... New Orleans. La. Robert Nelson Crews New Orleans. La. Reno Joseph Daret, Jr New Orleans. La. Norrls LaDew Fant New Orleans, La. Richard Armstrong Farnsworth , New Orleans, La. Gregory Stark Ferriss New York, N. Y. Herbert John Fisher New Orleans, La. Charles Frederick Flack .... New Orleans, La. William Pat Fox New Orleans, La. Joseph Julian Fraychlnaud, Jr, . New Orleans, La. Nicholas Joseph Gagliano . . . New Orleans, La. Sidney Gamlen, Jr Greenwood, Miss. David Gansar New Orleans La. Thomas Anthony Garrity . . New Orleans, Emile Edwin Gautler ... . New Orleans, Harry Goldschmiedt New Orleans, Dea Salone Herren, Jr Harahan, Albert Etienne Hotard New Orleans Norman Bruce Howells , . . New Orleans Richard McElhiney Johnson . . New Orleans, John Joseph Kain New Orleans, Frederick William Keese .... New Orleans Hugh Martin Klefer . New Orleans Xavier Alexis Kramer, Jr, . . . McComb, I Richard Joseph Lampton . . . New Orleans Ronald Joseph Licciardi . , . New Orleans Fernand Lorle New Orleans James John Lynch, Jr New Orleans William Joseph McCauley, Jr. New Orleans John Lewis McCorkle New Orleans Louis Clay McKnIght, Jr Clinton Joseph Fleming Maes, Jr. . . , New Orleans Edwin Marlon Mayo Harahan Joseph William Miller New Orleans p-iur-iond Amos Mix New Orleans, Donald Eugene Nestler . ... New Orleans John Stewart Neville New Orleans, Clinton Ray Newton New Orleans La. King Fred Nungesser, Jr. . La. James Philip Ohisen. Jr. La. Murray Ned Padwa . . . La. George Edmund Pearce, Jr La. Vincent Ray Perrin, Jr, La. John Joseph Rein . . La. Frank Edmund Riso La. Joseph Raymond Riso . . La. Philip Henry Roach. Jr. La. Rodney August Rogues . . fiss. Louis Charles Scharfenstein La. Wallace Benjamin Schmitz La. Leo Arthur Schott . . La. Charles Warren Schrosder La. Thomas Payne Sherburne, Jr, La. John Walton Sherrouse. Jr_ La. John Edward Sjunnessen La. John McClellan Smith La. Henry Norman Stall . La. Maurice Jean Stouse La. Leo Arthur Stubbs La, Edwin John Taylor. Jr. La. Robert Louis Vacarro La. Robert Joseph Villars La. Anthony Joseph Vizard John Clifton Young New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New 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. Gretna, La. Orleans. La. Orleans, La. Orleans. La. Orleans. La- Orleans. La. Orleans. La. Orleans. La. . Baker La, r 17?] FEATURE O m MISS MARION DEAR MISS MIMI BROWN MISS MARION BYRNE ETT MISS JACQUELINE MAYHEW MISS ALICE PATTON MISS CAROL JEAN ERASER w mmmtm " ' ' ■ ACQUELINE LA MISS ELLEONORA PERRILLIAT MISS LILLIAN HAMMOND MISS LEILA BRIDGER A MISS VIRGINIA BONCK MISS CORA LEVINE MISS AUDREY CHARBONNET MARY GUEST MISS JANE HACKETT MISS DOROTHY EVERSMEYER MISS BETTY MORPHY MAR A MISS SALLY BROOKS MISS MARION DAVIS MISS BETTY WAGGAMAN ETTY LIF BOBBY GRUSH. President of the Engineering Student Body, is also a varsity football player and a member of Omicron Delta Kappa. LEONARD KING, a freshman law student, is kept quite busy with the jobs of Hullabaloo Business Mana- ger and President of TURK. Leonard is a member of the N.R.O.T.C., the Publication Board, and a PI Kappa Alpha. EARL BARTLETT, Tulane ' s contribution to the tennis world, is Southeastern Conference Singles Champion. Earl is also a mem- ber of the Pan-hlellenic Council and a Beta Theta Pi, JOhIN DESMOND. President of the Archi- tectural School, Is from Hammond, La. He is a member of ODK, Scabbard and Blade, N.R.O.T.C., and has been Co-Editor of the Taffrail Log. JIMMY ERWIN is President of the Student Council. He Is a nfiember of Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi, and Sigma Chi, as well as Editor of the Tulane Law Review and a member of the Publications Board. BOB PARKER, Battalion Commander of the N.R.O.T.C, Editor of the Taffrail Log, and member of Scabbard and Blade, hails from Birmingham, Ala. Bob has been President of Tulane Pan-Hellenic and Assistant Editor of the Jambalaya. He is a member of Who ' s Who and a Pi Kappa Alpha. TOM HARLLEE Is both a professor and a student. Tom is professor of German and French, Director of the Tulane Band, and quite active In theatre work, and at the same time is a student in the Graduate School. HERBERT O ' DONNELL is a member of Tau Beta Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Delta Sigma Phi. Besides being class President, Herble is President of E.T.A. LOUIS McFAUL, freshman lawyer, is a member of DDK, AAA, Kappa Delta Phi, and Kappa Sigma. He is also on the Student Center Coun- cil, is Campus Nite Ch airman, and quite active in athletics. T H E V E fl R B E G I n s Above: Bridge or lunch. . . . The Betas have their own system of bidding. . . . " Captain " Brittain announces the lucky ones that made the R. O. T. C. . . . The lawyers have their day. Below: Graduation, candidates and faculty. T H E V E fl R B E G I n s Above: Commander Parker tells +hem all about It. . . . The R. O. T. C. Dance. . . . Lu and some of her stooges. Phi Phi Formal. Below: King sets the Frosh straight. . . . Freshmen orientation. T H E D fl n c E S Above: The Phi ' s really enjoyed themselves here. Below: A couple of Phi Del+ in- formals. T H E B R fl UJ L S Above: At the P! K. A. Pais Do Do. . . . It ' s on the house. . . . That Jack Is really a hep-cat. . . . K. A. Cotton Ball. . . . Kappa Sig Pirate Party. Below: They say that water would rust their stomachs. . . . Campbell smiles for the camera. H J. ■ . c|». Bf il U B A HLa __ L3i " J ' c fl m p u s Above: The K. A. ' s at home. . . . Kangaroo Courh . . . Tea room scene. . . . Keep your eyes on the cards there. Below: The freshmen get wet. . . . The Alpha Phi Omega ' s on a picnic. fl c T I U I T I E S Above: Nice going, Speedy! Below: A freshman ' s idea of college life, kind of confused. . . . The meds study. Top, Left: Perry and Irwin, fhe Jamb ' s expert photog- raphers. Top, Right: Oh, Lord! Not again! Left: Oh, Bill, are you working or . . . . . . Summer camp for the Engineers. . . . This lucky freshman caught the bou- quet. Above: How do you do it, Poche? Right: Oh, Johnny, Oh! n T H E c m p u s I . - Leff: This Is whaf one foo many does for you. Above, Leff: So drink - chug - a - lug. Above, Right: Whaf ' s good in the fifth. Bob? Right: Marshall. ATHirncs HORACE C. RENEGAR TULANE ATHLETIC COUNCIL MEMBERS Dr. Wilbur C. Smith George Janvier Professor George Simmons Bernard H. Grehan Albert Wachenheim, Jr. Joseph L. Killeen W. J. Amoss Professor William Duren Professor Ernest Scott Barr Professor Paul C. Taylor HONORARY MEMBERS Dr. Douglas Anderson George G. Westfeldt STUDENT BODY REPRESENTATIVE James Erwin fl VEflR OF SPORTS AT The year turned out to be another mediocre one as far as sports at Tulane were concerned. This, however, was to be expected as many of the boys left school to volunteer for the Army, Navy, and Marines. The football team continued to win every other game even under the guidance of Little Monk. Lefty Haynes took the basket- ball team in hand and showed the crowd a smooth- working ball team. The track team enjoyed a fair season, but the baseball team had it tough most of the time. As in the previous year, the tennis team proved to be the one bright spot in the Tulane sports world. Coach Fare ' s boys winning the Southeastern Conference Championship for the second straight time. Prospects for the coming year are bright in spite of the number of boys leaving school as new talent is constantly being discovered. " LITTLE MONK " SIMONS Head Football Coach THE COACHES " Little Monk " was named head football coach effective April 1. He joined the Tulane staff as head coach in basketball and assistant football coach in 1938, after serving three years as head football coach and athletic director at Transylvania College in Lexington, Ky. Charlie Rucker was elevated to chief assistant football coach and head line coach. Rucker was captain of the Wave 1928 and all-Southern tackle in 1929. He came to Tulane in 1936. " Lefty " Haynes was named assistant coach and Robert Kellogg was made backfield coach. The work of this new staff was exemplified by the unquenchable spirit shown by the Tulane football teams. " BIG MONK " SIMONS Trainer CHARLES RUCKER Assistant Coach ROBERT KELLOGG Backfield Coach VERNON HAYNES Assistant Coach - ' Jb-i T ft v • WALTER McDonald Co-captain, Cpuarterback THE SEflSOn BEGinS The Wave opened its season with an unexpected and very impressive win over the Trojans of Southern California by a score of 27-13. In the first quarter Ely scored from the nine-yard line on a drive which started from the Trojans ' 43-yard line. Lou Thomas scored the second touchdown on a beautiful 64-yard punt return, behind excellent blocking by Walt McDonald. A poor punt by Hey wood gave the Greenies the ball on the Trojans ' 44 yard line from where Ely and Thomas alternated carrying the ball to score in only six plays. Renfroe set up the final score for the Greenies by intercepting a Trojan pass and racing to Southern California ' s 23. Fischer tore around right end for 19 yards and Pittman crashed over on the next play. Grush kicked the point. With the game on ice, Little Monk took his first string line out and Trojans managed to score on a sustained drive of 90 yards. Capitalizing on a Greenie fumble in the closing minutes, the Trojans scored again on a plunge by Hardy from the one yard line. WILLIAM MAGINNIS Guard DARWOOD HOLM Guard Thomas picks up ten yards. Led by Monk Gafford, AII-American back, the Plainsmen from Auburn walloped the Wave 27-13. Auburn scored first but the Greenies soon tied the score, Grush taking a lateral from Thomas and running 16 yards for the touchdown. Beginning the second half, the visitors got the ball on Tulane ' s 12-yard line as a result of a poor punt and Irby scored standing. Undismayed, the Greenies bounced right back. Sparked by Thomas and Pracko, the Wave drove 55 yards for the scor e. A beautiful 30-yard pass from Gafford to Clayton accounted for the third Auburn touchdown. The Greenies then launched a desperate passing attack but Pitt- man ' s pass was intercepted by Finney on the Wave ' s 40. A few plays later Irby again scored. ROBERT GRUSH Quarterback THOMAS HEINTZ Tackle [2091 UJ£ BEAT RICE— THEn GEORGIA! Renfroe eludes a Rice tackier. Flashing a brilliant open attack and a vastly improved line, the Greenies came back and upset the unbeaten Rice Owls 18-7. Thomas threw a 40-yard pass to Comer for the first score. The try for extra point was missed. Early in the second period, Rice marched down to the Greenies ' 16, from where Eikenberg faded back and shot a pass to Williams in the end zone. Bowen ' s kick was good and Rice led 7-6. But only for a minute!! for a few plays later Thomas heaved a 50-yard pass to Porter for the Wave ' s second score. In the third quarter a Tulane drive was halted on Rice ' s 36. Thomas made a beautiful placement to give the Wave an additional three points. In the final period, Brignac got off a beautiful kick to the Rice two. An attempted pass on a fake kick was knocked down by Grush for an automatic safety. Lou Thomas heads for a score in the Rice game. LOUIS THOMAS Halfback . lTIj BERNIE PRACKO Fullback w .V. S 21! ■■ ' ■«i»iW r-f fTTf ftn »- » - i, :pt; »» ' .i ll V yj- - ' - ' iJ ' , - .«» a JACK PORTER End JOSEPH RENFROE Hdlfback JOSEPH CIES End " Grez " Bentz breaks through into the baeklield. Twenty thousand spectators saw a spirited Tulane team go down for one of the worst defeats in Tulane history before the mighty Georgia Bulldogs. Georgia scored in the first period when Sinkwich scored on a short gain. The Greenies made a brief bid in the second quarter when the Wave marched to the four, but Thomas was thrown for a loss, and the ball went over to Georgia on downs. The half ended with Georgia lead- ing 7-0. In the second half, Sinkwich passed to Davis for two touchdowns in rapid succession, then Trippi ran 63 yards for another score. Tulane unleashed a desperate but futile passing attack. Trippi intercepted one of Key ' s tosses, returned it for a touchdown and Jim Dodd, on a spinner, ran through the entire Tulane team for 40 yards and the final tally. TIUO SUCCESSIUE UICTORIES The Greenies scored first on a pass from Thomas to Comer. Undismayed, the Tar Heels struck back and tied the score on a pass from Cox to Tanty. A few plays later Fischer flipped a pass to McDonald which was good for 47 yards and a score. In the third period the Wave added a field goal from the 10-yard line followed a few minutes later by a 28-yard dash through the entire Tar Heel team by Thomas. In the final period the Tar Heels marched 75 yards for their second touch- down. A desperate last-minute pass by the Tar Heels was intercepted by Ely, Brignac picked up 15 yards, and Thomas passed to Comer for the score. Final score, Tulane 29, North Carolina 14. In this see-saw battle the Wave finally broke the MARTIN COMER End RICHARD FAUST Tackle BERNARD TETEK MICHAEL BALEN Tackle r LAURENCE RICE Center ROMAN BENTZ Tackle MILTON PITTMAN Fullback LEONARD FINLEY Quarterback " Little Monk " gives the team final Instructions. old " win one and lose one " jinx. Vandy scored first on a sustained drive of 50 yards. Early in the second quarter a lateral-forward from Grush to Thomas to Comer gave the Greenies a score. Later in the quarter, the Wave added their second score on runs by Thomas and Fortier. In the third quarter Vandy evened the score on a plunge by Rohling and then took the lead on Webb ' s pass to North over the goal. Key, who entered the game in the fourth quarter, completed two spec- tacular passes to Comer for the Wave ' s last two scores. The final score was Tulane 28, Vandy 21, Vandy ' s Rohling makes five yards around end. A tricky offense by Mississippi State scores a touchdown. TUJO mORE DEFERTS The Mississippi State Maroons defeated the Wave, 7-0, in a very stubbornly fought game. The score was a true indica- tion of the closeness of the contest, Tulane making 12 first downs to 11 for State. The lone tally came in the second quarter when Lamar Blount got loose around right end for 18 yards and pay dirt. Shuflf, who kicked the extra point later tried for a field goal, which missed by inches. Tulane threatened twice in the first period and again in the third when they marched to State ' s eight yard line. However they lacked the scoring punch and the spark which had been provided in past games by Thomas who remained on the sidelines with injuries suffered in the Vandy game. igpMMiWM ' IJ ill W ' »- ' Lead by an array of former AII-Americans and professional players, the Naval Aviators showed too much power and defeated a crippled Wave team 7-0 in the Greenies last home game of the 1942 season. With Filchock and Tully carrying the ball, the powerful Pre-flighters marched 49 yards for the only score of the day, and Bobby Foxx kicked the goal. For the second consecutive Saturday Tulane was without the services of Thomas and although Key, Brignac, Fischer, and Renfroe tried valiantly, they were unsuccessful against the Navy. Tulane ' s only real thrust came in the closing minutes of the fourth quarter when they marched down to the Sky-cracker ' s 12-yard line. Thomas was sent in after four tries and completed a pass to Comer on the three as the game ended. ALTON HEBERT Center JAY ROWLAND End Renfroe leaps high for a pass in the game against the Naval aviators. I The Tigers retain the " rag " another year. THE FinflL JAMES ELY Co-captain, Halfback Coaches and players alike exercise sideline strafegy. f fiprf t ' V : X ' 1 ( % ' t GflmE UJITH L S. U. The Tigers catch a pass in the end zone. Starting out cleanly played this game wound up in one of the wildest ever played between traditional rivals. After a scoreless first half, the Wave got a break early in the third period when a Tiger fumble was recovered by Green. Tulane scored from the 12 yard line on a perfect pass from Thomas to McDonald. The Tigers came back at once with runs by Dark and Glamp to place the ball within the Greenies ' 15 yard line. Dark finally twisted across on fourth down. At the beginning of the final period, L. S. U. ' s Montgomery scored on a beautiful 41 yard run. Then followed the wildest two minutes of football ever seen. Ely fumbled the kickoff and L. S. U. recovered. On the next play Ely recovered a Tiger fumble. On the fol- lowing play L. S. U. recovered Key ' s fumble. After three line plays failed to gain, Dark ' s kick was blocked by Green. Dark recovered the blocked kick on his 35, but Tulane was penalized 15 yards for piling on and 15 more when Coach Simons rushed on the field to protest. Tulane, seeing red by now, launched a desperate pass attack which ended when L. S. U. intercepted. Gorinski scored from the 10 on a reverse, making the final score 18-6 for L. S. U. ED DERAMIE Guard CLARENCE EYRICH Guard [217] VERNON HAYNES Coach BASKETBALL The Wave opened its season with a convincing 48-38 victory over the Ole Miss Rebels. Bob Duffy scored 19 points to lead all scorers. Center Ray Poole led the Ole Miss scorers with 13 points. Peters and Warren showed remarkable improvement in Tulane offensive formation, breaking up the Rebel defense which had held in the first period. Mississippi State downed the Greenies 37 to 24 in the second game of the season. Tulane led at the half 20-14, but the Maroons defense tightened as the Greenies weakened and the Greenies were held to nine points in the second half. E. Bledsoe led the Maroons with 11 points while McDonald and Duffy score seven apiece. Exhibiting a strong attack in the second half after being held to six points in the first half, the Wave downed Alabama 41-32. Once again Duffy led the Greenies with 16 points. The Crimson Tide came back in the final game of the series and downed the Wave, 48-30. The Greenies lacked the second-half scoring power they showed in the first game. Athas, Peters, and Duffy stood out for the Wave cagers. Ole Miss avenged a defeat suffered at the hands of the Wave in the opening game of the season by coming from behind in the waning moments of the game to defeat the Greenies 37-34. Duffy scored 18 points to be high-point man. Mississippi State battled the Tulane basketeers on even terms with the execption of Bob Duffy. The Maroons were unable to stop Bob as he popped the basket 12 times from the floor, and once from the foul lines to give him a total of 25 points. The final score was Tulane 58, Mississippi State 43. The Wave VARSITY SQUAD ALEX ATHAS traveled up to Atlanta where they were handed a 60-36 licking by Georgia Tech in a rough and tumble game. Captain Jack Lane of Tech paced the Jackets scoring with 17 points. The Wave prepared for their annual four-game series with the Bayou Bengals by dusting off the Auburn five 50-30. The Greenies jumped to the lead early in the first period and were never in trouble. Duffy led Tulane with 22 points while Burton sparked Auburn with 15. L. S. U. ran up a 91-57 score on the Wave in the opening game at the Tulane gym. The Bengals were without the services of the ace John Chaney but apparently they didn ' t miss him. Brian of the Tigers scored 28 points, followed by Duffy with 23 and Lowther of the Bengals with 21. The Greenies came close to upsetting the Tigers in the second period by putting on a spurt in the second half. At one time the Wave held a 10-point advantage but the Tigers settled and came through with a 59-57 win. For the second successive night Brian led the Tiger scorers with 21 points. Athas and Duffy scored 16 apiece. The Tigers trailed the Wave until the last four minutes of the game but Brian pulled the game out of the fire and the Tigers won the third game by one point, 35-34. Brian had 17 points for the Tigers while Duffy had 14. The Tigers took the series final by a 46-40 score. Tulane managed to stop Brian but Bobby Lowther was hot and accounted for 15 points, and Duffy scored 13 points for the Wave. This gave Duffy a total of 199 points for the season and an average of 16.5 points per game which made him leader in both departments for individual scorers of the S. E. C. The Greenies were defeated 48-31 by Kentucky, defending champions in the first round of the S. E. C. tournament played at Louisville, Ky. Kentucky was upset in the finals by Tennessee 33-30. WALT McDonald JOE HIRSCH, MANAGER BOB DUFFY MALCOLM PETERS LEONARD FINLEY KEN WARREN BflSKeTBflLL pcRSonnEL LOUIS BLANDA KEN McWILLIAMS Tulane 48 Tulane 29 Tulane 41 Tulane 30 Tulane 34 Tulane 58 Tulane 36 Tulane 50 Tulane 57 Tulane 57 Tulane 34 Tulane 40 Tulane 31 Ole Miss 38 Miss. State 37 Alabama 32 Alabama 48 Ole Miss 37 Miss. State 43 Georgia Tech 60 Auburn 30 L. S. U 91 L. S. U 59 L. S. U 35 L. S. U 46 Kentucky 48 BEN ELLENDER TROY SVENDSON m jM i M " j y ne L onfe erence CrU MP o The Tulaine Tennis Team, led by Earl Bartlett, won the Southeastern Conference tennis championship for the second straight year. The Wave had little trouble in defeating the New Orleans, La., Tennis Club, Rice, Texas, Harvard, and Vanderbilt. The Greenies played a 3-3 deadlock with the L. S. U. Tigers in their final match of the year. In the Conference championship held at the Tulane Tennis Stadium, the Wave swept all three championships. Bartlett defeated Jacobi of L. S. U. in a brilliant five set match in the " A " singles. Lou Schopher won the " B " singles in decisive fashion. The number two doubles team of Schopher and R. Bartlett beat the number one pair from L. S. U. of Jacoby and Umstaedter CAPTAIN EARL BARTLEH BILLY McSEHEE LOU SCHOPFER [222] MEL SCHWARTZMAN Coach Emmett Pare and the tennis squad. in the biggest upset of the tournament, and then went on to defeat E. Bartlett and McGehee, the number one Tulane team, in the finals. The national inter-collegiate tennis tournament was held at Tulane commencing on the 23rd of June. Bartlett, who was seeded seventh, and Lou Schopher were the Greenie entrants. Schopher was defeated in th e first round by Rodgers of Rice but Bartlett managed to advance to the quarter-finals where he was beaten by Emery Neals of Stanford. Bartlett and Schopher, fourth seeded doubles team, were defeated by Schroeder and Dee of Stanford. The Stanford team completely dominated the tournament as Schroeder beat Dee, a teammate for the singles championship and Schroeder paired with Dee to win the doubles crown from the number two doubles team from Stanford of Wade and Neale. Earl Bartlett was ably assisted during the season by Billy McGehee, Lou Schopher, Captain Roy Bartlett, Wayne Anderson, and Mel Schwartzman. ROY BARTLETT [223] Captain Monroe, Lockett, and McLane. on THE CinOER PATH gh hurdles. Coach Oaltes and the Greenie track squad. Headed by Captain Dave Monroe, the Tulane track team showed a great deal more promise than Greenie tracksters of the past few years. The Wave opened its season in the old stadium against a powerful Alabama team. Although the Wave was beaten, the boys showed surprising strength and allowed the Tide to sweep only one event. The final total showed Alabama 66Y2 points, Tulane 45 V2- Tulane ' s next dual meet was against Ole Miss. The Wave hit its stride and Monroe, Bentz, Howell, McLane, and Landry each scored double wins. Eubanks of the Rebels was high point man with 13. Tulane ran up 75 points against 37 for Ole Miss. The following week the Greenies ran into L. S. U., who swamped Coach Oakes ' boys 89 to 23. Monroe and Bentz each scored double wins and McLane finished second in the half-mile to keep the Wave from being shut out. At the conference meet in Birmingham, the Wave scored 1 1 points. Monroe lost a heartbreaker to Ball of Auburn in the two-mile run by just two yards. Bentz finished second in the shot put and fifth in the discus and McLane finished fourth in the half mile to account for the Wave ' s points. Captain Dave Monroe, Roman Bentz, Bill McLane, Floyd Howell, George Landry, Vic Klein, Jimmy Kostmayer, Jack Mestier, Gibson Tucker, and Manager Ed Conroy were awarded sweaters at the completion of the season. RT TULflne • Monroe winning the two mile. .♦ • Coach Kellogg and the baseball squad. .« «• •.■«s ' 2Sr ai jM. . y: BASEBALL The team suffered quite a number of tough breaks, losing several games by very close margins. The Greenies opened the season with a doubleheader against Illinois Wesleyan. Although they out- hit their opponents both games, the Wave lost, 16-11 and 4-2. In the next game the Pelicans had little trouble in dusting off the Wave, 6-1. The Greenies showed a good deal of improvement against Mississippi State, although losing both ends of a double- header again. Lack of hitting power cost these games. The second game was a pitching duel between Yawn and Spraggins, State finally winning, 3-2. Against Ole Miss, Tulane finally drew blood, splitting a doubleheader, winning the first, 9-2, and losing the second, 16-4. This brought up the four-game series with L. S. U. They took the first, 5-4, but Tulane came back strong in the second to win, 7-6. The next day was a different story, L. S. U. winning both games with ease. TEAM • LOUIS BLANDA , . . . . . . 2B JULIAN BRIGNAC . . . . . C STANLEY AULTMAN . . . LF CHARLES DUFOUR . . ... IB FREDERICK GUEDRY . . . . . P CARLETON HALE . . . . . . SS JOHN McGEE . . . . . . RF JOSEPH POURCIAU . . . . . P JOHN SIMS . . . 3B WALTER WEDIG . . . . . . C VIRGIL WHEELER . . . . . . CF LUCKETT YAWN . . . . . . . P ROBERT F. KELLOGG Coach ANDREW BUCARO . . Manager CHARLES UNSWORTH Manager 1226] VIRGIL WHEELER Tulane rooters have often seen this trio in football togs. [227] n E lu c m B ATHLETICS The Newcomb Athletic Department has endeavored to give to the fairer sex a large variety of sports. The program requires that all students receive in- struction in several sports in their Freshman year and thereafter they are allowed to elect any one course for an additional two years. Teams are or- ganized and a series of tournaments are arranged for the team sports. Trophies are awarded the in- dividual winners in archery, bowling, ping-pong, tennis, fencing, badminton, and schuffleboard tournaments. Gym Night brings forth the winners in the individual sports and the course is climaxed by the annual May Day Dance. [228] •iiiicalk £229] i I i FRAvrsRMrnE o M : DR. PAUL TAYLOR Faculty Adviser Alpha Tdu Omega David Moore Billy Hancock Kappa Nu Arthur Gottlieb Fred Weisen Pi Kappa Alpha Allen Lill Thomas C. Wicker Beta Theta Pi E. P. Bartlett, Jr Gordon Ewin Kappa Sigma James R. Oviatt E. J. Gibert Sigma Alpha Epsilon Alvin Gottschall Robert hlendon Delta Kappa Epsilon Leiand Montgomer-y Theo Harvey Phi Delta Theta J. T, Robinson Norman Conroy Sigma Alpha Mu Jack Polin Richard Hodes Delta Sigma Phi William McLane Brian Collins. Jr. Phi lota Alpha Fidel Tristan George Soto Sigma Chi Paul Pigman Robert Bond Delta Tau Delta N. C. Cromwell John McGraw Phi Kappa Sigma Merwin Jamieson John Dane, Jr. Sigma Pi Edwin E. Danner, Jr. Robert Duffey Kappa Alpha Lewis S. Graham William Ellis Zeta Beta Tau Howard Marx Tim Heninger 232 3 TULRne Pfln-HELLEnic council JAMES OVIATT Chairman First Row: Bartlett, Bond, Collins, Conroy, Cromwell, Dane, Danner. Second Row: Duffy, Eliis, Ewin, Gibert, Gottlieb, Gottschall, Hancock. Third Row: Harvey, Hendon, Henlnger, Modes. Jamieson, Lill, McGraw, McLane. Fourth Row: Marx, Montgomery, Oviatt. Polin, Robinson, Tristan, Weiser, Wicker. [233] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Mr. Walter E. Blessey, Mr, Edwin W, Boath, Dr. Charles L. Brown, Dr. Arthur Caire, Mr. Duval F. Dickey. Dr. A. V Friedrichs, Dr. Sam Hobson, Mr. Richard Kirk. Mr. Clarence J. Morrow, Mr. Claude Simons, Dr. F. Harold Wirth. Dr. Williard R. Wirth. MEMBERS IN TULANE Class of 1943 Robert G. Allen, Med., J. William Barnes. Wil- liam D. Davis, Jr., Med., Joe Allen Gibson. Med., George B. Hall, Merwin M. Jamieson. James M. Jennings, Jr.. John L. Martinez. Wiley L. J. Mossy, Jr.. Robert Newlin, Albert Soule, A, Dale Stancliff, Jr., Louis I. Tyler, Jr.. Med. Class of 1944 Bruce W. Alspach, G. Edward Conroy, John Dane, Jr., Philip M. Duvic, Harvey Fifzpatric, Richard A. Heehs, Robert M. Montgomery, David Ver- lander, Jr., Thomas C. Wakeman, Marlon Wellford. Class of 1945 Philip H. Alspach, Claude L. Buerger, Jr.. Med., Leon D. Bultman, Louis G. Burkes, J. Fred Clerc, Roy P. Coolcston, Manuel Duvic, Edward Jennings, Frank Krieqer, Jr., Aubrey L. Moore, Allen D. Oden, Edward D. Parkhouse, Randolph R. Rich- mond, Philip Taylor, Med., Donald Wellford, James Young, Med. Class of 1946 Albert M. Charlton. Edgar B. Dixey. Emile Ecuyer, Jack Eidson, Med., Harry J. Glass, II. Fred M. Guice. Durell A. Hiller, Jr., M. Lee Jarrell, Med.. Leo E. Johns. Jr.. Med., Frank B. Kennedy, Jr., Fred McManis, Henry C. Magee, George P. Mon- tagnet, Jr., William B. Morgan, Jr., C. Ebb Mun- den. III. Glendy J. Munson, Jr.. Evan R. Soule, Grady Thigpen, Jr., Ken Warren. [234] PHI KflPPfl sicmn Phi Kappa Sigma was founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1850. Mu Chapter was established at Tuiane in 1858. At present there are thirty-nine active chapters. The colors are black and gold; the flower, the chrysanthemum. The officers for the past year were: Bruce Alspach, President; Bob Mont- gomery, Vice-President; Donald Wellford, Secretary; Ned Conroy, Treasurer. BRUCE ALSPACH President First Row: Allen, B. Alspach, P. Alspach, Barnes, Buerger, Bulln-ian, Burkes, Charlton, CI ere, Conroy, Cookston. Second Row; Dane, Davis, Dixey, M, Duvic, P. Duvic, Ecuyer, Eldson, FItz pa trick, Gibson, Glass, Guice. Third Row: Hall, Heehs, Hiller, Jamieson, Jarrell, E. Jennings, J. Jennings, Johns, Kennedy, McManis, Magee. Fourth Row; Martinez, Montagnet, Montgomery, Moore, Morgan, Mossy, Mundon, Munson. Newlin, Oden, Parkhouse. Fifth Row: Richmond, A. Soule, E. Soule, StancUff, Thigpen, Tyler, Verlander, Wakeman, Warren, D, Wellford, M. Wellford, Young, [235] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. Oclave C. Cassegrain, Dr. William V. Hollo- way, Dr. Arden Howell, Dr. Stuart G. Noble, Dean James M. Robert, Dr. Charles S. Williamson, Jr. MEMBERS IN TULANE Class of 1943 Harold Beddoe. Med., George Burgess, Tom Crea- gan, Cur+Is Fitzgerald, Fred Guedry, Frank Hod- nette, Med., Roswell Kimball, Gordon King. Med., Leonard M. King, Allen LIII, William Maginnis, Dave Monroe, Robert Parker, Charles Petteway, Med., John Roberts, William H. Slaughter, Med.. hierbert Smith. Daniel L. Verges. Class of 1944 James Booth. Med., John Browning. Med., John Caraway, Tom Edwards, John W. Fanz, Jr., Peter Ferguson. John Fitzgerald, Marlo-Gamboa Vega, Med., Martin Harthcock, Med., Ernest Miller, Jr., William Owen, William Provensal, Jr., Todd Re- boul, Jack Sloan, Med., William Talley, Med., David Varn, Jr., Med., Tom Wicker, Lawrence L. Zerlnger. Class of 1945 William Browning, EIroy Citron, Cooksey Dodson, Arthur Foss, Alton Hall, Charles Herrick, John Hill, Roy Johns, Joseph Ranna. Carl Schneider, Guyton Watklns Class of 1946 Hiram Batson, Med., Herman Boese, Alden Cooley, Fred Ebel, Paul Jensen, William Kellner. Bradford Kelly, Leonard Kennedy. David Loveman. George McCaskey, Med., Max Michael, Jr., Walter Mich- ael, E. P. Randolph, III, Robert Relnhardt. Alan Robinson, Sam Scott, Med., George Stewart, William Tucker. Robert Wakefield, H. J. Williams. [236] PI KflPPfl RLPHfl Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Vir- ginia in 1868. Eta chapter was established on the Tulane campus in 1878. At present there are 80 active chapters. The colors are garnet and old gold; the flower is the lily of the valley. The officers for the past year were: Dan Verges, President; Fred Guedry, Vice- President; Todd Reboul, Secretary; Tom Wicker, Treas- urer; and Billy Provensal, house manager. DAN VERGES President First Row: Batsom, Beddoe, Boese, J. Browning, W, Browning, Burgess, Caraway, Cooley, Creagan, Dodson. Ebel. Fanz. Second Row: Fergueson, J. Fitzgerald, R. Fi+zgerald, Foss, Guedry. Hail, Hartiicock, Hill, Jensen. Johns, Kellner, Keliy. Third Row: Kennedy. Kimball, G. King, L. King. Lill, Loveman. McCaskey, Maginnis, M, Michael. W. Michael. Miller, Monroe. Fourth Row: Owen, Petteway. Provensal, Randolph, Ranna, Reboul. Roberls, Robin- son, Schneider, Slaughter, Sloan. Fifth Row: Smith, Stewart, Tally, Tucker, Varn, Verges, Wakefield. Watkins, Wicker. Williams, Zeringer. [237 J KflPPfl flLPHfl Kappa Alpha was founded at Washington and Lee Univer- sity in 1865. Psi chapter was established at Tulane in 1882. At present there are 67 active chapters. The colors are crimson and old gold; the flowers, magnolia and red rose. The officers for the past year included: Denton Gibbs, Number One; Sam Ryniker, Number Two; Ray Ferine, Number Three; Chester Williams, Number Four; and Carl Brannon, house- manager. MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. Herbert E. Buchanan, Dr. Henry Laurens, Dr. Martin T. Van Studdiford. Dr. James E. Winston. MEMBERS IN TULANE First Row: William B. Adams, ' 45; George M. Baccich, ' 45: H. H. Bate, ' 44: Thomas N. Bernard. ' 44: Carl D. Bran- nan, ' 44; Richard Carrere, ' 46: Temple Doswell, ' 46: Joseph B. Dupont, ' 43: William Ellis, ' 45. Second Row: Charles Eshleman, ' 46: Dick Faust, ' 43: Leonard Finley, ' 45: C. Denton Gibbs, ' 44: Howard B. Gist, ' 43, Law; Stanhope Hopkins, ' 44: Sidney Jones, ' 46: Jim Lockett, ' 43; Robert Low, ' 44. Third Row: Billy McCord, ' 46: Jimmy McMahon, ' 46; Emile McMillan, ' 45; Douglas Maginnis, ' 43: Oliver Miles, ' 45: Emmett C. Neill, ' 46: McKerall O ' Neill, ' 45: Bobby Over- street, ' 46. Fourth Row; Blanc Parker, ' 46: John Parmley, ' 44; Ray Ferine, ' 43; Jack W. Pou, ' 44; William Pou, ' 46; Jimmy Rice, ' 46; Will Rudolf, ' 42; Sam W. Ryniker, ' 43. Fifth Row: Arthur Seaver. ' 44; Robert Senter, ' 45: Jerry Sims, ' 45; Billy Stahl, ' 45; Tommy Swayze, ' 45; John Tessier, 45: Poche Waguespack, ' 46; Pete Waters, ' 45; Esmar Williamson, ' 46. Not In Panel: Lewis Graham. ' 45; Keith Hardie, ' 46; Robert Leonhart, ' 43; John Pratt, ' 42; Louis V. Rand, ' 45; Harry Sims. ' 43; Joe Supple, ' 45; Chester A. Williams, ' 44. MEMBERS IN FACULTY S. Wood Brown, Dr. Edward Crillitan, Dr. Guy Cardwell, Robert Farley, Dr. Rudd Fleming, Dr. G. K. Logan, Dr. Paul Mcllhenny, Dr. Curtis H. Tyrone. MEMBERS IN TULANE First Row: George Allen, ' 45; Dan Beatty, ' 46; Robert Bond, ' 44; William Brown, ' 46; John Chambers, ' 45; Charles Cregar, ' 44; Frank Denman, ' 45, Med.; James A. Ely, ' 43; James Erwln. ' 43, Law. Second Row: Alton Evans, ' 46; Allen Fontenot, ' 44, Law; Frank Fromherz. ' 43: Thomas Fromherz, ' 45; Richard Gal- breath, ' 46; Charles Hammond, ' 45; Paul Hoots, ' 45; Curtis Jones, ' 45: Marcel Livaudais, ' 46. Third Row: John McCutchen, ' 46; Pete McLeod, ' 43; De- lord Mabry, ' 45; Warren Malhiot, ' 43; Jack Mestier, ' 44; Tom Parkerson, ' 43; Chalin Perez, ' 44; William Reid, ' 45; Malcolm Stouse, ' 44. Fourth Row: Maurice Stouse. ' 45; Sam Trufant, ' 43, Med.; Van Trufan. ' 45; William Van Kirk, ' 46; Lochlan Vass, ' 46; William Wagnon. ' 46; Harold Walker, ' 46; Jack White, ' 46. Not In Panel: James Biggert, ' 43; David Boyd, ' 44; Fred Cassibry, ' 43. Law; W. Brook Fox, ' 44; Tom Hood, ' 43; Norman Halvorsen, ' 46; Lonestreet Halvorsen, ' 44, Med.; David W. Labouisse, ' 44; Stewart Long, ' 46 Med.; Albert McCoard, ' 43; Melvin McCooke, ' 46; Paul Pigman, ' 45, Law; August Turner, ' 44, Med. S I G m fl CHI Sigma Chi fraternity was founded at Miami University in 1855. Alpha Omicron chapter was established at Tulane in 1886. At present there are 100 active chapters. The colors are blue and old gold; the flower is the white rose. The officers for the past year were: Chalin Perez, Consul; Jack White, Pro- consul; Malcolm Stouse, Annotator; Tom Parkerson, Quaestor; Pete McLeod, Quaestor, [239] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. Nathaniel C. Curtis, Dr. Charles Eshelman, Dr. Allen C. Eustis, Dr. Raymond Freas, Dr. Frederick Hard, Judge George Janlver, Dr. Randolph Lyons, Warren E. Wilson. niPHfl TflU OmEGfl Alpha Tau Omega fraternity was founded in 1865 at Virginia Military Institute. Beta Epsilon chapter was established at Tulane in 1887. At present there 92 active chapters. The colors are sky blue and old gold; the flower, white tea rose. The officers for the past year were: Willard Schneible, Worthy Master; William Hancock, Worthy Chaplain; David Moore, Worthy Keeper of the Exchequer; and Pierre Dupont, Worthy Scribe. MEMBERS IN TULANE First Row: Thomas Bate, ' 46; William Baumann, ' 44; Donald BIythe, ' 46; John I. BIythe, ' 45; Perry Brown, ' 45; John Bur- well, ' 43; Charles Coe, ' 45. Second Row: Allen Colley, ' 46; George C. Cooksey, Jr., ' 45; Ernest De Simonin, ' 43; Jack Daley, ' 46; Henry Dauter- Ive, ' 45; Pierre Dupont, ' 43; Frederick S. Ellis, " 45. Third Row: Andrew Freidrichs, ' 46; Emory Graves, ' 44; Wil- liam Hancock, ' 45; Allen Johness, ' 46; Thomas Jordan, ' 43; Nicholas Joyner, ' 45; Edward King, ' 45. Fourth Row: Richard Lieurance, ' 43; Robert Moore, ' 46; Frank Pennebaker, ' 43; Willard Schneible, ' 43; Robert Schupp, ' 43; Claude Trawick, ' 43; Robert Wooley, ' 44. Not in Panel: Donald Coleman, ' 45; Hugh Mant, ' 45; David Moore, ' 44; George Simmons, ' 45; Henry Williams, Jr., ' 43. [240] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. Wiley R. Buffington, Dr. Bon J. DeLaureal, Dr. Edmond L. Faust. Col. Frederick H. Fox, Dr. Albert P. Kimball, Dr. Edward C. King, Dr. Paul T. Talbot. MEMBERS IN TULANE First Row: Edward A. Adey, III, ' 43; Michael H. Bagot, ' 43 Edward B. Baldinger, Jr., ' 43; Milton Benton, ' 46; Peter L Bernard, Jr., ' 43, Law; Frank Beyer, ' 46; Joseph M. Bisto wich, ' 43, Med.; Edward Buckner, ' 46; Ross R. Cahal, Jr., ' 45 Second Row: Curtis W. Caine, ' 45. Med.: Ben Catlin, ' 45 Robert L. Chipley, ' 45, Law; John Cochrane, ' 44; Miller M Cragon, Jr., ' 45; Heber E. Darton, Jr.. ' 44; George B Davis, ' 45; Charles O. Donnaud III, ' 43; William Faulk, ' 45 Med. Third Row: Sandy Follett, ' 46; E. J. Gibert, Jr., ' 45; Jim Gibert, ' 47; Aynaud M. Hebert. ' 45; George Herring, ' 45; James Jones, ' 45: Melvin J. Jung, Jr., ' 45; David M. Kleck, ' 44; Nicholas G. Kumpuris, ' 43, Med. Fourth Row: Lloyd L. Lacher, Jr., ' 45; Harold Ludlow, ' 46; Louis W. McFaul, Jr., ' 45, Law; Sam McGrew, ' 46; W. Ken- non McWilliams, ' 43; Theodore G. Mellinger, ' 43, Med.; Julian J. Miester, ' 43; James R. Oviatt, ' 45; Louis E. Ramos, ' 44. Fifth Row: Edward H. Sanford, ' 45; J. Carryl Seaman, ' 45; Ralph L. Shirer, Jr., ' 43; George Spencer, ' 46; John Stephens, ' 46; A. C. Suhren, Jr., ' 44; Samuel W. Sulli, ' 46; Claude Vallet, ' 46: William Willig, ' 46; Edwin S. Wright, ' 45. Not In Panel: Charles Babington, ' 46; William Bendel, Jr., ■43, Med.; Dan Sores, ' 46; J. Kendall Griffith, ' 44, Med.: A. T. Higgins, Jr., ' 45; Joseph E. Reeks, ' 45; Robert L. Vaccaro, ' 45. Kflppfl siGmn Kappa Sigma was founded at the University of Virginia in 1869. In 1889 Sigma chapter was established at Tulane. At present there 110 chapters. The colors are scarlet, white, and emerald green; the flower is the lily of the valley. Officers for the past year included: Ross Cahal, President; Ken McWilliams, Vice-president; Ed Baldinger, Secretary; Joe Reeks, Grand Master of Ceremonies; Jim Oviatt, Treasurer; Heber Darton, house manager. [241] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. Rufus Harris, Dr. Charles W. Duval, Charles Rucker, Dr. Ambrose H. Storcic, Dr. hierman Gess- ner. Dr. H. E. Miller. Dr. M. V. Miller, Dr. Alton Oschner. MEMBERS IN TULANE Class of 1943 Charles Beclcert, Med., Charles Boyle Campbell, Jr., F. h,, Collins, Jr., W. Binlon Harmon, Jerry Gwin. Med., Henry F. Lochte, F. Witcher McCul- lough, hvsnry F. Miller, F. C. McCaleb, J. T. Robinson. Ralph Ross, Louis Schopher, C. D. Tay- lor, Med., P. K. Thomas, Med., Kenneth Knox Wheatley. Class of 1944 Wayne A, Beard, Brown Boswell, Elza Vance Bul- lock, Elgin Cowart, Robert Smith Hendricks, Broox Garret, Med., Richard Langford, Med., William B. Martin, James Merritt, Med., Harry K. Murray, Clyde Noble, James L. Poyner, Paul Christian Pottharst, Ralph Ross, Med., Alvin T. Stolen, Carey Womble. Class of 1945 Michel Bechnel, Norman Stephen Conroy, Ed Craw- ford, Med., Miles Lewis, Irving Chase Meneffe, Robert Milton Pittman, Aleck Primos. Charles R. Unsworth, J. P. Wiggins. Class of 1946 John Boswell, Etionne D. Cambon, Jr., Forres Mc- Graw Collins, Richard Q. Farnsworth, Edwin Frier- son, James Norwood Frierson, Robert C. Huey, Sam Mutton, Robert A. Murphy, Donald T. Myers, John Pitkin, Charles Jackson Ray, Med., Charles Westley Robinson, Alfred Adair Watters, Jr., Lewis Wil- liams, William G. Zetzmann, Jr. [242] PHI DELTA THETfl Phi Delta Theta was founded in 1848 at Miami Univer- sity, Ohio. Louisiana Alpha chapter was established at Tulane in 1889. At present there are 106 active chap- ters. The colors are argent and azure ; the flower, the white carnation. The officers for the past year were: Sonny Campbell, President; Paul Pottharst, Vice-Presi- dent; Jimmy Poyner, Secretary; Wayne Beard, Treas- urer; and Harry Murray, house manager. C. B. CAMPBELL, JR. President First Row: Beard, Bechnel, Beckert, Boswell, Bullock, Cambon, Campbell, F. Collins, H. Collins. Second Row: Conroy, Cowart, Crawford, E. Frierson, J, Frierson, Garret. Gwin, Harmon, Hendricks. Ttiird Row: Huey, Lang- ford, Lochte, Martin, K leneffe, tvterritt, tvliller, Murphy, Murray. Fourtti Row: Murray, Myers, McCaleb, Noble, Pitkin, Poyner, Pottharst, Primos, Ray, Robinson. Fifth Row: J, Robinson, Ross, Schopfer, Stolen, Taylor, Thomas, Watters, Wheatley, Wiggins, Zetzmann. r24j] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. Stanford C. Jamison, Dr. Willoughby KIttredge, Dr. Emile Naef, Dr. T. Hillman Olliphant, Dr. William H. Stevens. DELTA TflU DELTA Delta Tau Delta fraternity was founded at Bethany College in 1859. Beta Psi chapter was established at Tulane in 1889. There are now 75 active chapters. The colors are purple, gold, and white; the flower, the iris. The officers for the past year included: John McGraw, President and house-manager; Jack Grayson, Vice-president; Ed Clement, Corresponding Secr etary; Richard Mueller, Recording Secretary, and Floyd Williamson, Treasurer. [244] MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY First Row: Richard Andry, ' 43; Norman Black, ' 44, Med.; John Browning, 46: Lewis Clements, ' 45; N. C. Cromwell, ' 43; R. P. Cromwell, ' 43; Jack Grayson, ' 44. Second Row: Gene Kincannon. ' 46; Leonard Knapp, ' 44. Med.; Allen Knolle. ' 43: James Lamatia, ' 44; Dixon Le Gros, ' 44; C. A. Lomas, ' 46; John McGraw, ' 44. Third Row: Frotcher Muller, ' 45; Joe Parteidge, ' 43; John Petagna, ' 46; Earl Peyroux, ' 46; Walter Plauche, ' 44; Robert h . Potts, " 43; Allen E. Querens. ' 45; George T. Schneider, ■44, Med. Fourth Row: C. J. Thompson, ' 43. Med.; Douglas Torre, ' 43. Med.; Motram Torre, ' 43, Med.; Ray Trement, ' 45; Rodney Vincent, ' 46; William Wilkes, ' 46; Floyd Williamson. ' 45; Philip Wimberly, ' 45, Med. Not In Panel: Cedrlc Almand, ' 44, Law; Edwin Hansen, ' 46; Kenneth Kahao, ' 43; Staigg Ray, ' 44; Bernard Tetek, ' 45, MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dean Leslie J. Buchan, Mr, Donald Dericbon, Mr. S. E. Englekiric, Dr. Gordon Johnson, Dr. J. Adair Lyons, Dr. John G. Pratt, Dr. Clay Walker. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY First Row: Raymond Ball, ' 45; David Bernhardt, ' 44; William Chamblin, ' 45; Philip Closman, ' 45; Wayland Coppedge, ' 43, Med.: Harry Davies. ' 43; Wallace Diboll. ' 44; Ralph Downs, ' 45, Med. Second Row: Kenneth Everts, ' 44, Med.; Edward Gilligan, ' 46; Alvin Gottschall, ' 43; Robert Graves, ' 45. Med.; Carlton Guillot, ' 44; Callender Hadden, ' 45; Robert Hendon, ' 44; Hugh Hollon, ' 45. Third Row: Robert Jacks, ' 45; Thomas Kane, ' 45; William Kimble, ' 46; Leo Laubere, ' 46; Forrest Little, ' 44; James Meadows. ' 44, Med.; Andreas Mortenson, ' 45, Med.; Win- fried Moncrief, ' 46. Fourth Row: Clifton Payne, ' 44; James Pridgen, ' 43, Med.; Herbert Purcell. ' 44; William Quinton Randolph, ' 45, Med.; Julius Rolfes, ' 46; Ernest Roth, ' 45; Gene St. Martin, ' 44, Med.; Alanson Turnbough, ' 45. Not In Panel: John Bennings, ' 45, Med.; Claude Brown, ' 45, Med.: Theodore Everett, ' 44. Med.; Henry Foss. ' 44; James Hicks, ' 44, Med.; Robert Jones, ' 45, Med.; Leonard Posey, ' 44, Med. SIGmfl flLPHfl EPSILOn Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the University of Alabama in 1856. Tau Upsilon chaper was established at Tulane in 1897. At present there are 113 active chapters. The colors are royal purple and old gold: the flower is the violet. The officers for the past year included: Alvin Gotschall, President; Bill Chamberlain, Vice-president and house- manager; Ernest Roth, Secretary; Forest Little, Treasurer. [245] DELTA KflPPfl EPSILOn Delta Kappa Epsilon was founded at Yale University in 1844. Tau Lambda chapter was established at Tulane in 1898. At present, there are 47 active chapters. The colors are crimson, blue, and gold; the flower is the pansy. The officers for the past year were: Judson Demarest, President; Dick Logan, Vice-president; Leland Montgomery, Recording Secretary; Gibson Tucker, Corresponding Secretary; and Herman Duncan, Treasurer and house manager. MEMBERS IN FACULTY Allain Favrot, Maxwell E. Lapham, Joseph McClosky, John Minor Wisdom. MEMBERS IN TULANE First Row: Fred Barksdale, ' 44; Archie Bland, ' 45; Albert Bolton, ' 46; Perry Brown, ' 43; Wharton Brown, ' 45; Lewis Crawford, ' 46; Steve Dart, ' 45; Edmon Deramee, ' 45; Jud- son Demarest, ' 43; John Devlin, ' 46. Second Row: hierman Duncan, ' 43; Don Ehrhart, ' 43, Law Carey Ellis, ' 43, Law; Clarence Eyrlch, ' 44; Cliff Favrot, ' 44 Thomas Favrot, ' 46; Stocker Fontellew, ' 45; Eddie Gllly, ' 45 Jim Gilly, ' 45, Med.; Kennedy Gilly, ' 46. Third Row: Theo hHarvey, ' 44; Jerry hieard, ' 46; Gordon hHeffron, ' 46; Billy Hodges, ' 45; Roy hlodges, ' 46; Tommy Holmes, ' 44; Richard Jones, ' 46; Ovide LaCour. ' 46; Camp- bell Logan, ' 46; Dick Logan, ' 43. Fourth Row: Jimmy McConnell, ' 45; Trist McConnell, ' 43; Bill McDowell, ' 45; Schaumberg McGehee, ' 43; Armand McHenry, ' 45, Med.; Jimmy Maddoz, ' 46; Thomas Martin, ' 45; Leland Montgomery, ' 43; Jack Neel, ' 45; Albert Olivier, ' 45. Fifth Row; Newton Pharr, ' 46; Jack Pritchard, ' 44; Jimmy Small, ' 46; Chris Tompkins, ' 44; Gibson Tucker, ' 44; Frank Voelker, ' 43, Law; Bruce Wallace, ' 43, Med.; Bob Whittaker, ' 44; Bill Williams, ' 45. Not In Panel: Ben Dart, ' 43; O. J. Key, ' 45; Louis Mc- Knight, ' 45; Benton Sellers, ' 45; Billy Williams, ' 45. [246] MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY First Row: Wayne Gorman Anderson, ' 44; Earl Putnam Bartlett. ' 44; Donald M. Bradburn, ' 46; Francis P. Bradburn, ' 45; Herbert J. Bremmerman, Jr., ' 44; Walter H. Brent, ' 43; James J. Bryan, ' 45; Lyie F. Carrlere, ' 44; Walter Car- rol, Jr., ' 45; Edward A. Gary, ' 46; Martin D, Claiborne, Jr., ' 43. Second Row: Robert J. Conroy, ' 44; Harold V. Cummings, Jr., ' 44; James E. Eaves, ' 44; Gordon O. Ewin, ' 44; Edward D. Fisher, Jr., ' 45; Lawrence G. French, ' 46; Glenn M. Gardner, ' 45; Mason P. Gilfoil, ' 44; Joseph A. Guilbeau, Jr., ' 45; Edwin K. Hacbr, ' 46; Rufus C. Harris, Jr., ' 45. Third Row: Arthur F. Hoge, ' 46; Jack T. Jackson, ' 46: Charles H. Knost, ' 46; James H. Kostmayer, ' 44; Herbert H. Land, ' 44; Daniel 8. LeGardeur. ' 46; Rene J. LeGardeur, ' 44; Lawrence N. McCullough, ' 44; John A. McLellen, ' 44; Allen W. Martin, ' 46; David B. Martin, ' 46. Fourth Row: Edmund B. Martin, 45; Edward R. Meadows. ' 44; James H. Miller, ' 43; Louis L, Moise, ' 45; Lee F. Murphy, ' 45; Edward A. Ochesner, ' 46; William P. Parkhouse, ' 46; A. T. Patrick, ' 44; William T. Patton, ' 44; Howard C. Pratt, ' 45; Humberto Quirarte, ' 45. Fifth Row: Nigel E. Ratferty, ' 44; John G. Robertson, ' 45; Fisher S. Simmons, Jr., ' 46; Stonewall B. Stickney, ' 45; Ed- win W. Stockmeyer, ' 43; Sam P. Stone, ' 46; Edmund R. Vales, ' 43; Richard O. Werlein, ' 46; Steward M. Williams, ' 45; Harvey G. Windes, ' 45; Robert M. Woolfolk, ' 45. Not In Panel: Walter James Amoss, ' 46; Tryon T. Harris, ' 46; John L. McCorkle, ' 46; Oscar J. McMillan, ' 44; James Man- son ' 46; John W. Sherrouse, ' 46; Miguel A. Vales, ' 45; Roy White, Jr., ' 43. BETA T H E T fl PI Beta Theta Pi was founded at Miami University in 1839. Beta Xi chapter was established at Tulane in 1908. At present there are 90 active chapters. The colors are pink and blue; the flower is a rose. The officers for the past year were: Ed Vales, President; Mason Gilfoil, Vice-president; Gordon Ewin, Secretary; Ed Meadows, Treasurer; and Allen Martin, house manager. [247] Q p Z E T fl BETA T n U Zeta Beta Tau was founded at the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1898. Sigma Chapter was established at Tulane in 1909, At present there are 31 active chapters. The colors are blue, white, and gold; the flower, the white rose. The officers for the past year were: Harold Marx, President; Ted Block, Vice- president; Tim Henninger, Secretary; Joe King, Treasurer, and Ed Allenberg and Harold Gordon, house managers. [248] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. H, P. Marx, Dr. Melvin Steiner. MEMBERS First Row: Edward M. Allenberg, ' 45; James M. Ber, ' 44 Gerald Berenson, ' 43; Ted Bloch, ' 44; Lawrence Cohen, ' 43 Sidney Cohn, ' 45; Sam Corenswet, ' 44; Jules Dreyfuss, ' 43 Charles Frank. ' 43; Philip Frank, ' 46. Second Row: Richard Garretson, ' 44; hlenry Ginsburg, 45; Joe Goldberg, Jr., ' 43: Harold Gordon, ' 45; Harry Green- berg, ' 43. Med.; Tim Heninger, ' 44; Eugene Hesdorffer, ' 43; Jerome Hirsch, Jr., ' 43, Med.; Joseph R. Hirsch, ' 44; Irwin Issacson. " 45. Third Row: Paul Jacobson, ' 45; Metz Kahn, ' 45; Robert Kahn, ' 45; Norman Kauffmann, ' 44; Joseph C. King. ' 44; Douglas Levey. ' 46; Ralph Levey, ' 44; Ralph Levy, ' 45; Richard Levy, ' 46; Walter Levy, Jr., ' 43; Leo Lob, ' 45. Fourth Row: Richard Lowenburg, ' 46; Howard Marx, ' 43: J. . Perloff, ' 46; Jack Rich, ' 46; Floyd Roos, ' 45; Charles Rosen, ' 46; J. William Rosenthal, ' 43; Jack Rosenthal, ' 45; Joe Rosenzweig, ' 45, Med.; Dan Scharff, ' 45; Charles Schwartz, Jr., ' 43. Fifth Row: Ralph Schwarz, ' 44; Melvin Schwartzman. ' 43, Law; Edward Simon. ' 43; Bernard Solomon, ' 44; Harry Solo- mon, ' 43; Alvin Strauss, ' 43. Med.; Howard Strauss, ' 43; Robert Turchin, ' 43; Harry Waggenheim, ' 43. Med.; David Weinstein, ' 43, Med.; Richard Weiss, ' 4 5. Not In Panel: D. H. Dannheisser, ' 46; Richard Goldberg, ' 44; Robert Haas, ' 46; Irvin Isaacs, ' 43; Bernard Jacobs. ' 43; Sam Kartus. ' 46; Jerome Katz, ' 44, Med.; Stanley Livingston, ' 45; Leo Miller, ' 45; Malcolm Miller, ' 46; Harvey Mintz, ' 44. Med.; Melvin Rosenthal. ' 43, Med.; Moise Schornstein, ' 46; A. L. Shushan, ' 45; Joe Sternberg, ' 45; John Stress, ' 46. MEMBERS IN FACULTY Richard O. Baumbach, Peter Mailhes, Forrest E, Oakes, John PIzzano, Dr. Howard Russell, Dr. E. Garland Walls. MEMBERS IN TULANE First Row: Marshall E. Adams, ' 46; Harry T. Begg, Jr., ' 46: Adrien C. Bodet, .Jr., ' 46; Brian Collins. ' 45; Ralph E. Compagno, ' 46: Maxima J. Derbes, Jr., ' 43; Malcolm S. Dlsimone, ' 46; Edwin W. Doerries. ' 46; Lloyd Eagan, ' 43. Second Row: Burrell Gaddy, ' 46; Warren Gadpaille, ' 44; Jimmy Gullotta, ' 45; William Heausler, ' 44; Fred Heebe, ' 43: Warren H. Hoppmeyer, ' 45; Edward H. Keller, ' 45; Henry Kevlin, ' 45; Peter J Lauman, ' 45. Third Row: Paul McGill ' 43; William McLane, ' 44; Franic C. Moran, Jr., ' 46; John F. Moser, Jr., ' 44; Warren Nolan, ' 44; Herbert O ' Donnell, ' 43; Ray O. Olsen, ' 43; Donold C. Oster, ' 46; Jerry Pelias, ' 45; Stephens N. Perkins, ' 46. Fourth Row: Malcolm Peters, ' 43; Calvin J. Pflug, ' 46; Irwin Poche, ' 46; Frank W. Regan, ' 46; Goodwin R. Rogerson, ' 46; Fred Schuber, ' 43; Harold Schuman, ' 46; William I. Smith, Jr., ' 46; Troye A. Svendson, ' 46; Albert Tangue, ' 45. Not In Panel: Lawrence Chehardy, ' 43, Law; William Doug- las, ' 43; Lane Miller, ' 43; William Quealy, ' 45. DELTA SIGmn PHI Delta Sigma Phi was founded at City College of New York in 1899. Chi chapter was founded at Tulane in 1916. At present there are 43 active chapters. The colors are nile green and white; the flower is the white carnation. The officers fo r the past year were: Warren Nolan, President; Brian Collin, Treasurer; Bill Heausler, Secretary; Bill Quealy, house manager. [249] siGmfl flLPHfl mu Sigma Alpha Mu was founded at the City College of New York in 1909. Sigma Gamma chapter was established at Tulane in 1920. At present there are 35 active chapters. The colors are purple and white; the flower is the purple aster. The officers for the past year were: Jack Polin, President; Warren Gar- funkle, Treasurer; Richard Hodes, Secretary; Sidney Handel- man, house manager. [250] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. Don Julian Graubarth, Samuel Lang, Dr. Paul L. Marks, Dr. Samuel B. Saiewitz, Dr. Herbert Weinberger. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY First Row: Harvey J. Amsterdam, ' 44, Med.: Richard Ber- man, ' 46: Mervin R. Cohen, ' 44: Daniel Davis, ' 46: Isadore Dravin, ' 45, Med.: E. Arthur Dreskin, ' 43, Med.: Harris Sobel Dulltz, ' 45: William Gerson Fellman, ' 44: Warren L. Ger- tunkle, ' 44. Second Row: Jack A. Gold, 45, Law: Sidney Handelman, 45: Erwin Hecker, ' 46: Richard S. Hodes, ' 44: Sherwood Jacobson, ' 46; Allen Koltun, ' 43; Alvin N. London, ' 45: Willard Lee Marmelzat, ' 44, Med.; Robert May, ' 46. Third Row: Irving Meyerson, ' 46: Stanley Robert Mintz, ' 44, Med.: Lawrence Mitnick, ' 46; Stanford L. Opotowsky, ' 43; Leonard Pesses, ' 46; Jack Allen Polin, ' 43; J. Harvey Rappe- port, ' 46, Med.; Myron Rappeport, ' 44. Fourth Row: Ralph Robbins, ' 44: Herbert Rothenberg, ' 43; Irvin Culmon Schnieder. ' 45, Med.; Gerald Simon, ' 46; Sol B. Stern, ' 44, Med.; Paul W. Ullman, ' 45; Gerald Mat Weiss, ' 46, Med.; Andra Zilberman, ' 46. Not In Panel: Leonard M. Rosman, ' 45; Al Schonbrum, ' 46. First Row: Stanley M. Bressler, ' 46; Bertram D. Brettsch- neider, ' 44; Gene Carp, ' 45, Med.; Arnold Cembalest, ' 46; Norman Dinhofer, ' 46, Med.; Arthur Eckhous, ' 44, Med.; Frederick Feldman, ' 45; Julius Finkelstein, ' 44, Med.; Israel Fisher, ' 43, Med.; Daniel Gladstone, ' 45. Second Row: Irvin Goldman, ' 46, Med.; Arthur Gottlieb, ' 44; Lewis S. Kook, ' 44; Jack Kushner, ' 44; William Leon, ' 43, Med.; Alan Leonard, ' 45, Med.; David Levin, ' 46; Maurice Levin, ' 45; Arnold Levy, ' 46; Arthur Meisel, ' 46, Med. Third Row: hlerbert Moskowitz, ' 44; Morris Munowltz, ' 45; Stanley Nelson, ' 45; Stanley J. Orlotf, ' 44; Nathan Reizman, ' 45; Harold Rosen, ' 45, Med.; Irwin Rosenzweig, ' 46; Bernard Salomon, ' 43; Irwin Shalansky, ' 44; Charles Singerman, ' 43. Fourth Row: William Smolkin, ' 44; Hyman Tolmas, ' 46, Med.; Martin Turkish, ' 45, Med.; Herbert P. Vogel, ' 45; Lester Wainer, ' 46; Walter Warheit, ' 46; Fred R. Weisen, 45; Abraham Weisler, 46; Maurice Weisler, ' 44. Not In Panel: Walter Breitman, ' 46; David Gauser, ' 46; Edward D. Graff, ' 43; Gustave Pallet, ' 45; Irving Sokolsky, ' 46, Med.; Nathan Troum, ' 46, Med. K fl P P fl n u Kappa Nu was founded at the University of Rochester in 1911. Sigma chapter was established at Tulane in 1922. At present, there are 14 active chapters. The colors are purple and white. The officers for the past year were: Ed Graff, Presi- dent; Jack Kuschner, Vice-president; Herbert Moskowitz, Secretary; Lewis Kook, Treasurer. [25U MEMBERS IN FACULTY Edward A. Bechtel, Emeritus. MEMBERS IN TULANE Class of 1943 Horace B. Chalstrom, Edwin E. Danner, Jr., Alexander LoCasio, Jr., James Mar- tin, Jr. Class of 1944 Frank Boylon, Robert J. Duffy, William Geagan, William Hunter, Warren Jahncke, Jesse McNiel, Earl Robinson. Class of 1945 Albert Baltazar, David Bierhorst, Richard Piske. 1 i»lv» : ' M Class of 1946 John Arrowood, Weldon Jones, William Keller, James Lynch, Emanuel McEvoy, Charles Murphy, Charles Perrenod, John Rein, Perry Staub. [252 1 s I G m fl PI Sigma Pi was founded at Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana, in 1897. Omicron chapter was established at Tulane in 1920. There are now 27 active chapters. Their colors are lavender and white and their flower is the lavender orchid. The officers for the past year were: Robert Duffy, President; Edwin Danner, Vice-President; Will Geagan, Treasurer; and Weldon Johns, Secretary. ROBERT DUFFY President First Row: Baltazar, Bierhorst, Boylan, Chalstrom, Danner, Duffy, Geagan. Second Row: Hunter, Jahncke, Jones. Keller, LaCascio, McEvoy, McNeil. Third Row: Martin, Murphy, Perrenod, Piske, Robinson. Staub. [253] MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY First Row: Miguel Dejuk, Osvaldo Gonzalez, Edgar Obregon, Carlos A. Pinzon. PHI lOTfl ALPHA Phi Iota Alpha was founded at Louisiana State University in 1904. Deha chapter was established at Tulane in 1932. At present there are 26 chapters. The colors are blue, red, and gold; the flower is the red carnation. Officers for the past year included: Oswalde Gonzales, President; Carlos Pinzon, Vice-President; Edgardo Obregon, Secretary; George Soto, Treasurer; Robert Ugarte, house manager. [254] Second Row: Francisco Javier Sanchez, Tomas Domingo Sosa, Jorge E. Soto, Fidel Tristan. Not In Panel: Julio Contreras, Jorge Gas- teasoro, Alvaro Fronseca, Arnesto Rodri- guez, Frank Lopez, Alonso Roy, Roberto Cuevas, Ruben Puerta. c V oRORrnE o MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Alpha Delta Pi: Gloria Gaunt, Elmir Le Blanc. Alpha Omicron Pi: Calista Rault, Helen Mar- schall. Alpha Epsilon Phi: Caro- lyn Loeb, Jean Elbe. Delta Zeta: Purita Trellis, Merrel Loubat. Beta Sigma Omicron: Marion Reese, Morris Mary Murphy. Chi Omega: Kathryn Balnner, Marion Hopkins. Kappa Alpha Theta: Marjorie Lewis, Ellea- nore Perrilliat. Kappa Kappa Gamma: Mabel Hochendel, Sal- ly Holbrook. Phi Mu: Leta Cov- ington, Adel Redditt. Phi Sigma Sigma: Marjorie Cohen, Ruth Goldman. Pi Beta Phi: Jane Dart, Millie Mort. Zeta Tau Alpha: Rosemary Janssen, Shir- ley Pic. t2 6l neujcomB pnn-HELLEiiic council MARY ELIZABETH SWEATT Chairman First Row: Balmer, Cohen. Cbving+on, Dart, Elbe. Goldman, Gaunt, Holbrook. Second Row: Hopkms, Janssen, Lewis, Loeb, Loubat, Marschall, Mart. Murhpy. Third Row: Pic. Perrilliat, Rault. Redditt, Reese, Sweatt, Trellis. [257] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Alice Monroe Labouisse. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Class of 1943 Jane Dart, Eva Douqias, Brucie Jones, Sarah Catherine Jones, Cynthia Landry, Eleanor Loqan, Mildred Mort, Betty Shel- ton, Shelby Werlein, Barbara Lee Wilhite. Class of 1944 Loontine Clark, Elaine Dicks, Jackie Labry, Kotherine LeBlanc, Carolyn Marshall, Jean Montgomery, Courtney Profitt, Peggy RIckert. Class of 1945 Betsy Barrett, Sally Brooks, Margery Car- rere, Anita Louise Crozat, Mary Jane Fly, Jane Hackett, Joan hHarris, Katherine La- Cour, Alice Patton, hHarriott Phelps, Ruth Provosty, Joy Reynolds, Ann West, Lenore Williamson. Class of 1946 Ann Clark, Kathrine Douglas, Olive Eaves, Connie Faust, Patsy Gibbens, Patsy Gre- han, Dorothy hiecht, Ann Johnson, Martha McDonough, Betty Mcintosh, Odette Moran, Jacqueline Provosty, Barbara Strong. [258] PI BETH PHI Pi Beta Phi sorority was founded in 1867 at Monmouth College. Louisiana Alpha chapter was established at Newcomb in 1891. At present there are 83 active chapters. The colors are wine red and silver blue ; the flower, the wine carnation. The officers for the past year were: Brucie Jones, President; Cynthia Landry, Vice-President; Jane Hackett, Treasurer; Titine Clark, Recording Secretary; and Millie Mort, Corresponding Secretary. BRUCIE JONES President First Row: Barret, Brooks, Carrere, A. Clark. L. Clark, Crozat, Dart. Dicks. Second Row: Kathrine Douglas, Eaves, Fly, Gibbens, Grehan, Hackett, Hecht, Jones. Third Row: Labry. LaCour. Landry, LeBlanc, McDonough, Mcintosh, Marshall, Moran. Mort. Fourth Row: Patton, Phelps, Proffitt, J. Provosty, R. Provosty, Strong, Werlin, West, Wilhite, Williamson. [259] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss Anna Many, Mrs. Dagmar Lebre+on, Miss Gladys Renshaw. Class of 194 3 June Carpenter, Dorothy Ecuyer, Leia Mae Fournet, Moonyeen Marion, Alice Schoen- hardt, Mary Elizabeth Sweatt, Dorothy Turnbull. Class of 1944 Emay Buchanan, Aileen Cassegrain, Sylvia Charbonnet, Innes Ellis, Katherine Gould, Helen Marshall, Kathleen Mize, Calista Rault, Nola Mae Schmitt, Doris Billingsley. Class of 1945 Marion Byrne, Nan Byrne, Margaret Dowl- ing, Betty Jane Fiedler, Ruth Fischofer, Betty Granberry, Lana Hummel, Tommye Mirandona, Marion Mize, Marion Sandoz, Margaret Martinez. Class of 1946 Jane Boswell, Rosary Byrne, Audrey Char- bonnet, Lucia Clement, Peggy Ellis, Sally Frith, Ann Higgison, Peggy Lemarie, Dot Lennox, Ann Marmon, Nancy Nunez, Mickey Parlour, Betty Pourciau, Caroline Rau, Florence Ricker, Maia Weston, Mary Katherine Sayre. [260] flLPHfl omicRon PI Alpha Omicron Pi sorority was founded in 1897 at Barnard College. Pi chapter was established at New- comb in 1898. At present there are 49 active chapters. The color is cardinal; the flower, the Jacqueminot rose. The officers for the past year were: Moonyeen Marion, President; Helen Marshall, Vice-President; Alice Schoenhardt, Recording Secretary; June Carpenter, Corresponding Secretary; and Innes Ellis, Treasurer. MOONYEEN MARION President First Row: Boswell, Buchanan, M. Byrne. N. Byrne, R Byrne, Carpenter, Cassegrain. A, Charbonnet, S. Char- bonnet, Clement. Second Row; Dowling, I. Ellis, M. Ellis, Ecuyer, Fiedler, Fischoter, Fournet, Frith, Gould, Gran- berry. Third Row: Higgison, Hummel, Lemarie, Lennox, Marion, Marmon, Marschall, Mirandonna, K. Mize, M. Mize, Nunez. Fourth Row: Parlour, Pourciau, Rau, Rauit, Ricker, Sandoz, Schmitt, Schoenhart, Sweatt, Turnbull. Weston. [261] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Clara Lewis Landry, Bertha Latane, Mary Lloyd Andrews. Class of 1943 Kathryn Baimer, Frances Cash, Nita Kldd, Mildred Ann Simmons, Colleen Spiller, Norinne Vincent. Class of 1944 Carolyn Graham, Marion hlopkins, Evelyn King, Mary hHerron Mitchell, Ann Moore, Elizabeth Ann McGehee, Cappy Saunders, Julie Saunders. Class of 1945 Mary Russell Barrett, Catherine Chadwick, Rupert Crebbin, Marion Dear, Evelyn Dooley, Carter Ernst, Pat Farnsworth, Bar- bara Faulk, Sue Benninq Gilham, Jean Graves, Carolyn Howell, Mary Stuart Kel- loqg, MImi McConnell, Martha Mitchell, Betty Morphy, Dee O ' Shea, Betty Pope, Betty Grace Scott, Nadine Steinmayer, Betty Stevens, Peggy Deane Tulles, Olive Wise. Class of 1946 Catherine Bensabat, Anne Bonham, Cath- erine Burns, Jean Louise Faust, Beth Green- wald, Harriet Hawkins, Stella Hllliard, Adel Luehrmann, Mary Louise Payne, Alice South, Elizabeth Whelis. [262] CHI m E G fl Chi Omega was founded at the University of Arkansas in 1895. Rho chapter was established at Newcomb in 1900. There are 96 active chapters at present. The colors are cardinal and straw; the flower, the white car- nation. Serving as officers for the past year were: Nita Kidd, President; Frances Cash, Vice-President; Evelyn King, Secretary; Julie Saunders, Treasurer; and Carolyn Graham, Pledge Master. NITA KiDO President First Row: Balmer, Barret, Bensabat, Bonham, Burns, Cash, Chadwick, Crebbin, Dear. Second Row: Dooley, Ernst, Farnsworth, Faulk, Faust, Gilham, Graham, Graves, Greenwald. Third Row: Hawkins, Hopkins, riowell, Ke ' logg, Kidd, King, Luehrmann, McConnell, McGehee. Fourth Row: Martha Mitchell, Mary Mitchell, Moore, Morphy, O ' Shea, Payne, C. Saunders, J. Saunders, Scott. Fifth Row: Simmons, South, Splller, Stelnmayer, Tullos. Vincent, Whells, Wise. [263] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss Frances Bush, Miss Alice Parkerson, Miss Elizabeth Raymond, Miss Sally Reed, Miss Dorothy Seogo, Miss Florence Smith. Class of 1943 Helen Clayton, Sara Lee Creekmore, Mar- ion Dureau, Betty Hill, Sarah Holbrook, Harriet Line, Nina Many, Elsa Schwartz, Evelyn Senter. Class of 1944 Elizabeth Durland, Alma Hammett, Char- lotte Hillyer, Mabel Hochenedel, Louise Peterman, Nathalie Scott. Class of 1945 June Barkerding, Merilyn Bush, Patricie. Cook, Dorothy Eaves, Jean Flower, Lillian Hammond, Minna Lane, Jacquelin May- hew, Barbara Sanchez, Virginia Smart, Patricia Tobin, Dorothy Westover. Class of 1946 Aimee Brown, Louise Camp, Alice Clark, Margaret Ann Counce, Marion Crawford, Joan Durland, Alice Glenny, Marie Harris. Margaret Hill, Betty McLeod, Betty Reid, Elizabeth Shutts, Betty Smart, Marion Wil- bert, Betty Woolf. £264] Kflppfl KRPPfl Gflmmn Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority was founded in 1870 at Monmouth College. Beta Omicron chapter was estab- lished at Newcomb in 1891. At present there are 74 active chapters. The colors are light and dark blue; the flower the fleur-de-lis. The officers for the past year were: Evelyn Senter, President; Marion Dureau, Stand- ards Chairman; Betty Hill, Treasurer; and Harriet Lyon, Secretary. EVELYN SENTER President First Row: Barkerding, Brown, Bush, Camp, Clayton, Clark, Cook, Counce, Crawford. Second Row: Creekmore, Dureau, E. Duriand. J. Durland, Eaves, Flower, Glenny, Hammett. B. Hill. Third Row: M. HIM, C. Hlllyer, Hoch- enedel, Hoi brook. Lane, Line, McLeod, Many, Mayhew, Peterman. Fourth Row: Reld, Sanchez, Schwartz, Scott. Senter. Shutts, V. Smart, B. Smart, Tobin, Wllbert. [265] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Eunice Bassich, Ruth Dickey, Kathryn Hanlry, Laura Bodie Jones, Jean TilL Class of 1943 Joan Brooks, Lata Covington, Dorothy Jones, Jane McNiven, Phylhs Watson, Mary Lou Weber. Class of 1944 Joyce Cunningham, Alice Daly, Murray Patricia Dillon, Lucinda Hill, Dorothy hlyatt, Cora Levine, Ina Claire Madden, Ruth Watts, Shirley Weiderecht. Class of 1945 Bsrnett Branson, Mae Bridger, Dorothy Gotch, Rosemary hiaas, Louise hlorn, Jo Marie Jones, Toby McCarty, Elaine Mc- Faul, Roberta Martin, Adele Reddltt, Win- nie Mae Stafford, Beverly Taylor, Amelie Umbach Claire Mae Zander. Class of 1946 Lorraine Bahan, Gayle Baldinger, Ella Jane Blake, Leila Bridger, Louise Brigham, Cor- rine Chlsholm, h arriette Creagan, Helen Edwards, Lois Elmer, Yvonne Fanz, Helen Hildreth, Doris Karter, Louise McMahon, Carmel Milhas, Kathleen Smith, Dorothy Twyman, Janet Wall, Jane Wheelahan. [266] P H I m u Phi Mu was founded in 1852 at Wesleyan College in Georgia. Delta chapter was established at Newconib in 1906. There are at present 62 active chapters. The colors are rose and white; the flower, the enchantress carnation. The officers during the past year were: Phyllis Watson, President; Leta Covington, First Vice- President; Dorothy Hyatt, Second Vice-President; Jane McMiner, Secretary; Joyce Cunningham, Treasurer. I PHYLLIS WATSON President First Row: Bahan, Baldlnger, Blake, L. Bridget. M. Brldger, Brlgham, Brooks, Chisholm. Covington. Second Row: Creagan, Cunningham, Daly. Dillon, Edwards, Elmer. Fanz, Gotch, Haas. Third Row: Hill, Horn, Hyatt, D. Jones, J. Jones, Karter. Levine, McCarty, McFaul. Fourth Row: McMahon. McNiver, Madden, Martin. Milhas. Redditt, Smith, Stafford, Taylor. Fifth Row: Twyman, Umbach, Wall, Watson, Weber, Weiderecht, Wheelahan, Zander. [267] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Ruth Albrecht, Class of 1943 Jean Bonner, Joy Clay, Frances Connely, Trudy Connoly, Gloria Gaunt, Marie Marquer, Margaret Pace. Class of 1944 Mary Elizabeth Bacon, Azaleigh Baker, Bettie Burns, Nyada Due, Joy Mayer, Vir- ginia Maxwell, Christine Paris, Elmire Le Blanc, hHazel Schofield. Class of 1945 Dorothy Brock, Patricia Dickman, Helen Dowline, Marifrances Lowe, Dorothy Magee, Barabara West. Class of 1946 Wilhelmine Aragow, Madeline Bose, Doro- thy Brunet, Jo Dabney, Ruth Dravo, Jean McGivney, Jocelyn Nyland, Leila May Obier, Sheila O ' Leary, Elsa Perdomo, Aylmer White. I [268] flLPHfl DELTA PI Alpha Delta Pi was organized at Wesleyan Female Col- lege, Macon, Georgia. Epsilon chapter at Newcomb College was founded in 1906. At present there are 60 active chapters. The colors are pale blue and white and the flower is a single purple violet. The officers for the past year were: Frances Connely, President; Gloria Gaunt, Vice-President; Elmire LeBlanc, Secretary; and Joy Mayer, Treasurer. FRANCES CONNELY President First Row; Bacon, Baker, Bonner, Brock, Brunet. Clay, Connely, Connoly. Second Row: Dickman, Due, Dowline, Dravo, Gaunt. Lowe, McGivney, Magee. Marquer. Third Row: Mayer, Maxwell, Nyland, Obier, O ' Leary. Paris, Perdomo, West, White. [260] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss Christian, Miss Bessant. Class of 1943 Charlotte Ashley, Wllma Baker, Florence Benson, Betty Grant, Pauline llgenfritz, Margaret Joachim, Marjorie Lewis, Barbara Martin, Shirley Martin, Barbara Jane Peck, Mary Lucille Ward. -Class of 1944 Carol Jean Fraser, Elleonora Perrilllat, Kath- erine Simmons. Class of 1945 Margaruite Allen, Margaret Baker, Vir- ginia Bres, Statira Butman, Talicia Craw- ford, Shirley Dunlap, Jane Gottschall, Ann Anderson. Claylon Kilpatrick, Mary Knight, Betty Lisenby, Barbara Mann, Patricia Northway, Barbara Stewart, Marie Eliza- beth Waggaman, Dorothy White. Class of 19 6 Demetra Baker, Mailand Bevill, Leonore Caldwell, June Chandler, Rita Copenhaver, Emmy Lou Dicks, Maraaret Eller, Vivian Harper, Marcia hiathaway, Wilma Knight, Lois Lemke, Dorothy Jean Murphey, Har- riet Pierce, Eleanor Riech, Mathilde Ross, Marianne Sewell, Gloria Smith, Frances Walther, Courtney Bell Winchester. [270] KflPPfl flLPHfl THETR Kappa Alpha Theta was founded at DePauw University in Indiana in 1870. Alpha Phi chapter was established at Newcomb in 1914. There are 65 active chapters at present. The colors are black and gold; the flower, the black and gold pansey. The officers during the past year were: Betty Grant, President; Katherine Simmons, Vice-President; Carol Fraser, Recording Secretary; Barbara Martin, Corresponding Secretary; and Wilma Baker, Treasurer. BETTY GRANT President First Row: Allen, Ashley, 0. Baker, M. Baker, W. Baker, Benson, Bevlll, Bres, Butman. Second Row: Caldwell, Chandler. Copenhaver, Crawford. Dicks, Dunlap, Eller, Fraser, Gottschall. Third Row: Grant, Harper, Hathaway. Henderson, Joachim, Kilpatrlck, M. Knight, W. Knight, Lemke. Fourth Row: Lewis, Lisenby. Mann. Martin, Murphey, Northway, Peck. Perrilliat. Pierce, Riech. Fifth Row; Ross, Sewell. Simmons, Smith, Stewart, Waggaman. Ward, Walther, White, Winchester. [271] Class of 1943 Julienne Benjannin, Julia Herzfeld, Jac- queline Heymann, Carolyn Loeb, Margaret Saal, Jane Seidenbach, Jane Sherman, Evelyn S+olaroff, Sylvia Weill, Rita Worms. Class of 1944 Marjorie Cahn, Carol Dreyfous, Jeanne Elbe, Elaine Feld, Suzanne Feld, Hilda Hirsch, Jean Hirsch Selma Schonbrun. Class of 1945 Helene Ascher, Gloria Bachrach, llene Ben- nett, Betty Bloch, Gloria Brown, Helen Flowers, Harriet Hyman, Jo Ellyn Levy, Emily Lipper, Jo Ann Pincus, Dorothy Rol- nick, Julanne Rose, Jeanne Rosenberg, Ruth Simon, Edith Levy, Betty Lowenstein. Class of 1946 Emily Badt, Doris Frankel, Janis Goldman, Katharine Hahn, Rosemary Heldman, John- ice Hirsch, Marilyn Kaffie, Joan Leva, Tess Levy, Sally Rae Moss, Barbara Schreier, Jo- anne Stern, Cecile Weil, Doris Weinstein, Betty Wolbrette. [272] RLPHfl EPSILOn PHI Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded at Bainard College in 1909. Epsilon chapter was established at Newcomb in 1916. At present there are 26 active chapters. Their colors are green and white; their flower is the lily of the valley. The officers for the past year were: Julia Hertzfield, President; Jane Schenhack, Vice-President; Carol Dreyfaus, Secretary; and Selma Schonheur, Treasurer. JULIA HERTZFIELD President First Row; Ascher, Bachrach. Badt, Beniamin. Bennett. Bloch, Brown, Cahn, Dreyfous. Second Row; Elbe, E. Feld, S. Feld, Flowers, Frankel, Goldman, Hahn, Heldman, Herzfeld. Third Row; Heymann, H. Hirscii, J. Hirsch, Johnice Hirsch, Hyman, Kaffie. Leva, J. Levy, T. Levy. Fourth Row; LIpper, Loeb, Moss, Pincus. Rolnick, Rose, Rosenberg, Saal, Schonbrun, Schreier. Fifth Row; Seldenbach, Sherman, Simon, Stern. Stolaroff. Weil. Weill. Weinstein. Wolbrette. Worms. [273] MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. Rose Mooney. Class of 1943 Doris Bryan, Elizabeth Schmidt, Margaret Ann Williams. Class of 1944 Marguerite Cousin, Jean Donnan, Mary Guest, Mabel MacMurray, Colinda Mc- Kenzie, Shirley Pic. Class of 1945 Robin Ahrens, Johnnie Horn, Rosemary Janssen, Jane Johnson, Eleanor Kidd, Eliza- beth Klipstein, Lucretia Malone, hlelen Pope, Cala Sue Reid, Margaret Schilling, Susan Uhl, Phyllis Wilkinson. Class of 1946 Tony Edwards, Katherine Howard, Jane Lanier, Beverly Morse, Josephine Nichols, Helen Rutland, Earleen Rutter, Jackie Souderes. r274] ZETR TflU RLPHfl Zeta Tau Alpha was founded October 15, 1898, at the Virginia State Normal School. Beta Kappa Chapter was established at Newcomb in 1927. At present there are sixty-three active chapters. The colors are turquoise blue and steel gray, the flower is the white violet. Margaret Ann Williams served as President during the past year. MARGARET ANN WILLIAMS President First Row: Ahrens, Bryan, Edwards, Guest, Horn. Howard. Second Row: Janssen, Johnson. KIdd. Klipstein, Lanier. Mac Murray. Third Row: Morse, Nicols, Pic, Pope, Reid, Rutland. Fourth Row: Rutter, Schilling, Schmidt, Souderes, Uhi, Wilkinson, Williams. 1275] Class of 1943 Yvonne Anderson, Helen Duvic, Dorothy Dyke, Audrey Flautt, Mary Ann Foliett, Shirley Liddell, Norrls Mary Murphy, Louise Ramoneda, Anna Marie Roy, Dorothy Schreiber, Mary Margaret Verlander, Toni Younq. e Class of 1944 hlope Cheney, Jerry Liddell, Grace Murphy, Dorothy Schneiber, Audrey Shu- bert. Katherine Verlander, Yvonne Keifer. Class of 1945 Frances Fort, Muriel Fournet, Vivian hHamm, Thora Hickerson, Gloria FHuttner, Marian Reese, Audrey Vicknair, Betty Vorbusch. Class of 1946 Evelyn Anderson, Jackie Beck, Margie Berry, Barbara Conroy, Dorothy Coons, Evelyn Crais, Anna Dendinger, Juanita Fernandez, Ruth hieino, Carl F utson, Ann Jones, Frances Liddell, Jeanne Marcoux, Martha Ann Rodgers, Gloria Shearin, Wil- dora Sevain, Dorothy Tugel, Dorothy Ver- lander, Marilyn Wagner, Betty Wainwright. [276] BETA sicmn omiCRon Beta Sigma Oniicion was founded in 1888 at Columbia, Missouri. Alpha Sigma chapter was established at Newcomb in 1929. At present there are 16 active chapters. The colors are ruby and pink and the flowers are the Richmond and Killarney roses. The officers for the past year were: Jerry Liddell, President; Mary Margaret Verlander, Vice-President; Yvonne Anderson, Corresponding Secretary; Hope Cheney, Recording Secretary; and Grace Murphey, Treasurer. JERRY LIDDELL President First Row: E, Anderson, Y. Anderson, Beck, Berry, Cheney, Conroy, Coons, Crais, Dendinger. Second Row: Duvic, Dylte, Fernandez, Flautt, Follett, Fort, Fournet, Hamm. Heino. Third Row: Hickerson, Hutson, Huttner, Jones, J. Liddell, F. Liddell, S. Liddell, Marcoux, Murphy. Fourth Row: Murphy, Ramoneda, Reese, Rodgers, Roy, Schneiber, Schreiber, Shearin, Shubert. Fifth Row: Sevain. Tugel. D. Verlander, K. Verlander. M. Verlander, Vicknair, Vorbusch, Wagner, V alnwright, Young. [277] Class of 1943 Mary Louise Cuquel. Class of 1944 Betty Finnegan, Idamay Hayden, Nettye Menendez, Georganne Schmidt, Lucille Vender Haar, Dolores Watts. Class of 1945 Ellie Battalora, Gloria Colle, Janet Estop- inal, Shirley Kross, Merrel Loubat, Betty Blain Lyie, Gloria Marks, Merle Myrick, Ann Trelles, Purita Trelles, Miriam Viosca. Class of 1946 Carol Bierhorst, Ruth Gould, Katheryn Knighton, Sybil McGee, Charlita Menen- dez, Rosemary Muller, Charlotte Myrick, Mary Lee Oliver, Rita Claire Pflenger, Marilyn Probst, Daphne Roy, Marjorie Ann Siler. [278] DELTA Z E T fl Delta Zeta was founded in 1902 at Miami University, There are at present 61 active chapters. The colors are old rose and Nile green; the flower, the Killarney rose. During the past year Marie Louise Cuqeret served as President, Merill Loubet as Vice-President, Ada Mae Haden as Secretary, and Betty Fennigan as Treasurer. MARIE LOUISE CUQUET President First Row: Battalora, Blerhorst, Colle, Cuquet, Estopinal, Finnegan, Gould. Second Row: Hayden, Knighton, Kross, Loubat, Lyie, Marks, McGee. Third Row: C. Menendez, N. Menendez, Muiler, C. Myrick. M. Myrick, Oliver, Pflenger, Probst. Fourth Row: Roy, Schmidt, Slier, A. Trelles, P. Trelles, Viosca, Haar, Watts. [279 3 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY First Row: Goldie Breen, ' 46; Marjorie Cohen, ' 44; Ruth Goldman, ' 43; Ruth Got- tesman, ' 44. PHI siGHifl sicmn Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority was founded at Hunter College November 26, 1913. Psi Chapter was established at Newcomb in 1934. At present there are nineteen active chapters. The colors are king blue and gold, the flower is the Egyptian rose. Jeannette Silberberg served as President during the past year. [ 280 ] Second Row: Dorothy Katz, ' 46; Ellen Noch- lin, ' 46; Bessie Pailet, ' 44; Ruth Rosen, ' 44; Jeannette Silberberg, ' 43. u 1 1 J J s 1 1 -K CHARLIE DONNAUD Business Manager MILLY MORT S + aH Artist dedicated to tfx e and to the girl Pi Opportunity ' ' Success or failure comes from within. " ... 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