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' -iii v: •:■ ■ ' iKKwir •■ ■ -Site mmsm Jii ' r« M M H IWVj rj n Wl 1 " d : H r ■« • ' ■ AT WAR ' ' . -• ' ■ K- THE YEARBOOK OF TULAIVE RUFUS C. HARRIS, JR., Editor AlIRREY L. MDORE, Associate Editor JAMES J. HRYAN, Rusiness Maoager UMIVEHSIT liiK LJLJ ' e pause to remember THOSE TUlMIARfS, WHD, WITH UNSHAKABLE FAITH IN THE ULTIMATE TRIUMPH OF GOOD, HAVE GIVEN THEIR LIVES IN THEIR CDUNTRY ' S SERVICE. SUCH COURAGE ANH HEVOTIDN TD HUTY HAVE MARKEH THE GLORIOUS PAST OF OUR UNIVERSITY ANH OUR NATION, ANH HAVE SECUREH FOR US A FUTURE HEH- ICATEH TO THE IHEALS FOR WHICH THESE MEN DIED. We of ' 44 p IP W. ' h 1 1 - K. ' i w . ■t. J 1 i w S ' ' w t 1 1 , r , W ' ' ' 41 i 1 1 CAPTAIIV FORREST U. LAKE, CDMMAIVDIIVG OFFICER OF THE MVY V-12 TRAIlVfllVG UNIT, WHO HAS BE- COME, THROUGH HIS RROAO UNO ERST AlVDIIVG AlVD HIS KEEM AND SYMPATHETIC INTEREST IN STU- DENT AND COLLEAGUE ALIKE, SUCH AN INTEGRAL PART OF TULANE UNIVERSITY. THE LOYALTY AND DEVOTION TO DUTY WHICH SO CHARACTERIZED HIS BRILLIANT CAREER IN THE SERVICE OF HIS COUNTRY WILL ALWAYS RE AN INSPIRATION TO THOSE WHO KNOW HIM. TO THIS DISTINGUISHED OFFICER AND GENTLEMAN WE RESPECTFULLY DEDICATE THE NINETEEN-FORTY FOUR JAMHALAYA Top: V-12 ' s enjoy a Lagnlappe dance. Center: Hard work typifies the Commerce library. Bottom: The Navy marches to swimming. ,4 Sk B m 3i % Y f j :M VA ' iSZ iE_EJL££ TIME OUT FOR PHYSICAL TRAINING FRESHMENTS 0630 — Reveille and calisthenics 0700 — Mess 0800— Classes 1200— Mess 1300— Classes 1800 — Formation and inspection 1830— Mess 1930— Study 2130 — Free time 2200— Light ' s out THOSE NAVY BOYS ENJOY THEIR DANCES » ' 4): -Wj A FAVORITE ACTIVITY IS MESS ■iiiiaiii iia SATURDAY INSPECTION CAPTAIN F. U. LAKE professor of Naval Science and Tactics CDMMISSIOIED OFFICERS Commanding Officer CAPTAIN F. U. LAKE Executive Officer Associate Professors of Naval Science and Tactics LT. COMMANDER S. SANDERS, JR. LT. COMMANDER L. C. HODGES LT. COMMANDER B. T. WALDO LT. COMMANDER J. W. LUCAS First Row; Lieutenant Commander W. D. Hodges, Lieutenant Commander S. Sanders, Jr., Captain F. U. Lake, Lieutenant Commander J. W. Lucas, Jr., Lieutenant C. M. Ransom, Lieutenant W. L. Roney. Second Row: Lieutenant M. P. Rogers, Lieutenant E. F. Wliite, Lieutenant J. G. McKinnon, Lieutenant H. H. Fridley, Ensign G. E. Sullivan, Ensign Betty Strachan, Ensign C. L, Hepler. Not in Picture: Lieutenant Commander B. T. Waldo. FIRST Commander HEBER E. DARTON, JR. Sub-Commander . . . WALTER C. MURPHY C. P. O DAVE BERNHARDT Guidon Bearer LLOYD L. LACHER FIRST PLATOON Commander JACK PRITCHARD Platoon P. O OWEN V. LeBLANC Right Guide OSCAR J. McMILLAN First Squad William S. Adams, Michael J. Fleming, Ray O. Olsen, Anthony J. Vizard. Rutus C. Harris. William V. Trufant, Charles E. Mun- den, George L. Wagenheim. Second Squad Robert A. Murphy, Jerrold L. Carpenter, Daniel B. LeGardeur, Leo C. Lob, Owen J. Martinez, John W. Thomas, James H. Gibert, Brian J. Collins. Third Squad Wayne G. Anderson, Reuben G. Rogerson, Floyd W. Lewis, William R. Eason, Louis G. Burkes, James L. McConnell, John L BIythe. SECOND PLATOON Commander ROBERT E. LeBLANC Platoon P. O REGINALD W. BAHY Right Guide LOUIS E. RAMOS First Squad David W Beatty, Robert K. Overstreet, Philip L. Frank, Harry E. Burns, John W. Sherrouse, Frank P. Krieger, Robert D. Williams, Henry W. Herbst. Second Squad John A. McLellan, Lee F. Murphy, John L. McCorkle, Manuel Duvic, John H. Bryant, William H. Shepard, John M. Clark, Eugene J. Gibert. Third Squad Thomas O. Wakeman, George M. Baccich. Aubrey L Moore, Edward H. Sanford, Harold M. Schumann. THIRD PLATOON Commander WARREN E. IBELE Platoon P. O OTHO D. SCHUMANN Right Guide JOSEPH J. PARPAL First Squad Stephen P. Dart, Bert P. Bannister, Paul E. T. Jensen, Marion F. H. LeBlanc, Stanley Lev- ingston, Aleck Primes, Donald H, Wellford, Henry L, Johns. Second Squad James J. Bryan, Norris L. Fant, Harry J. Williams, Edwin K. Hacker, Marcel Livaudais, Herbert J. Fisher, Adair M. Chambers, Rob- ert L. Eddy. Third Squad John F. Caraway, Albert M. Bolton, Elmer C. Doerries, Edwin M. Mayo, Wallace B. Schmitz, Fred E. Roseman. COMPANY SECDMD CDMPAIVY Commander WILLIAM OWEN Sub-Commander WARREN NOLAN C. p, O THOMAS WICKER Guidon Bearer HERBERT PURCELL FIRST PLATOON Right Guide W. ST. CLAIR Platoon Commander R. A. HEEHS First P. O H. J. BRYER First Squad J. TrautTtan, C. Simoneaux. T. Svendson, W. Kimble, E. B. Martin, H. Jenson, M. Michael, M. Grillot. Second Squad R. Swayne, C. J. Babinqton, F. W. Van Kirl , F. C. Moran. J. Maddox, H. Ragland. Third Squad L. L. Dillon, J, W. Barnes, J. McCutchen, T. J. McMahon, H. B. Walker, A. A. Watters, S. J. McGrew, L. L. Moise. SECOND PLATOON Right Guide M. OHMER Platoon Commander . . . . W. PROVENSAL First P. O C. GRAYSON First Squad R. T. Cucullu, C. Eshleman, L. Rand, J. Amos, W. McCord, G. Amann, E. McMillan. Second Squad M. Stouse, P. Waguespack, E. Williamson, W. H. Michael, P. Stuart, H, Strauss, J. Brown. Third Squad L. Zeringer, J. Ranna, T. Sellers. B. Parker, W. Hoppmeyer, H. Tardy, D. Foss. THIRD PLATOON Right Guide W. HEAUSLER Platoon Commander . . N. N. AnENHOFFER First P. O E, S. GAIENNIE First Squad J McCarthy, H. Bres, P. Bradburn, R. Pastorek, R. Ziegler, E. Wright. Second Squad C. Creger, A. Bland, R. Werlein, J. Rich, L. French, E. Keiler. Third Squad W. Woods, W. Hunter, J. Chin, D. Mabry, G. Allen, T. Hayden, A. Tanque, F. Lorio. Standing: McGrew, Bres, Lt. Ccmdr. Waldo, Pursell, Wakeman. Kneeling: Brown, Bannister, Bate Sanford. RIFLE TEAM CDLDR GUARD Suhren, Wellford, Levy, Ferguson. ■ !.; - i . ■■ BATTALION STAFF Raboul, Bond, Harvey, Coate, Davit. THE DRUM J. W. Allee Commander e. E. K!dd .... Corps First P. O. DRUMS J. D. Connell Fourth P. O. H. J. FItipatrick .... Fourth P. O. D. C. Oster A. J. Robinson P. H. Roach BUGLES C. S. Witcher Second P. O. A, B. Bush Third P. O. H. M. Kiefer M. J. Stouse F. S. Ellis A. S. Hall J. K. Perloff N. B. Howells H. H. Bate TOP ROW: Porfman, Beckett, Conner, Scroggs, Stackpool, Doud. BOnOM ROW: Ratilaff, Justis, Farrell, Kerrissey, Webb. AlVD BUGLE CORPS A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT The success and perhaps the existence of political liberty depends upon the courage and personal responsibil- ity of the average citizen. On the campus of Tuiane it is our duty to nnaintain an intense culture of these qualities and make instinctive their practice and philosophy. Each one of us, whether in uniform, " essential " occupation, during wartime or during peacetime, must discharge obligations correlative to the privileges of democratic citizenship. The war work Tuiane can do and has undertaken is more than may be listed here, but her founders could take pride in her accomplishments and her sons find inspiration to carry on. Tulane ' s greatest obligation, however, made doubly imperative today, will always be to prepare students for broad understanding and de- voted citizenship. The strength of our foes lies in their love of country to a degree seldom equalled. We who fight for our country and even for others too must emulate their devotion and exceed their sacrifice. But we can have no education for civilians and education for militia — each citizen must be a good soldier, each soldier an intelligent citizen. For what each of us receives from democracy we must be prepared to help in the defense of it. As this yearbook brings back memories of these extraordinary campus days, I hope it will renew and nourish your determination to jive intelligently and courageously in the world which you shall help to make free. RUFUS CARROLLTON HARRIS HUFUS CAHRDLLTDN HARRIS EW OF NEWCOMB CAMPUS FROM McALISTER AUDITORIUM DR. MARTEN TEN HOOR Dean. College of Arts and Sciences DR. LESLIE J. BUCHAN Dean, College of Commerce NORMAN MAYER MEMO •9 ' A :W- ' irW - »v ' ,»i» ' ' 4 ' «f •4»« It: I 5 ■ ' •«iJ.c!:« 1 DR. ROGER P. McCUTCHEON Dean, Graduate School; Director, University College DR. H. W. KOSTMAYER Dean, School of Medicine _ .-•i- ' :sj. -y:-.«-.tB ' -7L :, DR. ELIZABETH WISNER Dean, Schco! of Social Work MISS ANNA E. MANY Counselor to Women, Newcomb College DR, FREDERICK HARD Dean, Newcomb College kM yW. ' yh " : • ' iP ■■ " ' ' ■ ■- t M[. M a aa«fBrt. ' i?-i 1 iniiii ht ■.- ? X%J? ' Te» ' - TILTON HALL ROBERT J. FARLEY Dean, College of Law ■« fe.j mmmm ' " ' T mm ■■ M THE MED SCHOOL MED PAIV-HELLEIVIC BROOX GARRETT Chairman Alpha Kappa Kappa Phi Chi Phi Rho Sigma F. R. FrecUeton B. Garrett N. W. Stobr G. F. Begley J. Prose A. W. Magnltily Nu Sigma Nu Ph- Delta Epsilon Theta Kappa Psi M. Harthcock 1. Dravin P. Taylor M. McCaskill W. L. Marmelzat R, Parmley Ph- Lambda Kappa P. S. Bergman G. Jaffe FIRST ROW: G. F Begley, Phillip S. Bergman, Isadora Dravin, F. R. Freckleton. SECOND ROW: Martin Harthcock, Gorman Jalte, A. W. Magnitzky, Willard L. Marmelzat. THIRD ROW: Melvin McCaskill, Ray Parmley, Jimmy Prose. Norman W. Staker. NOT IN PANEL: Phil Taylor. (33) NU SIGMA NU Founded in 1882 at the University of Michigan, Beta lota Chapter of Tulane has admirably continued to carry on the old Nu Sigma Nu tradition of feuding with Phi Chi. This pas- time seems to be their one interest during formal meetings and otherwise. Said meetings are also the scene of much important business, the topic of conversation ranging from the last party given to the next one scheduled. Martin Harthcock waves the gavel in this organization, and reminds Charles Prosser, secretary, to send out notices of monthly meetings. Leonard Knapp takes over when the president is indisposed and Karr Hinton, alias " Hitler, " sees to it that dues are paid and that no one but his personal friends raid the ice box. The Nu Slgs ' chief claims to fame are their fancy cabaret parties, with singing in the " green room " and preaching by Deacon Palfrey, the half-painted house that looks much better now, according to the members, than it did unpainted, the Laurens twins ' Model A convert- ible and their four (or more) married members. The mansion at 5018 St. Charles Ave. is the scene of many informal gatherings, the likes of which can never be equaled by the Phi Chi ' s. MEMBERS IN FACULTY Oscar Bethea, William Bradburn, Edgar Burns, O. C. Cassegraln. Sidney Charbonnet, Dean Echols, Thomas Findley, John Holmes, Allan Hill, P. H. Jones, Rudolph Matas, Gordon McHardy, Alton Ochsner, Ralph Platou, John Pratt, M. T. Van Studdiford. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Bruce Alspach, John Bassett, James Biggart, Robert Black, Howard Bordelon, Brown Boswell, Carl Brannan, Walter Brent, D. T. Brock, John Browning, SECOND ROW: Duralde Claiborne, Grundy Cooper, Frank Covert, John Craig, Harold Cummins. Jr., Durant Dabbs, Ralph Downs, Josh Esslinger, Norman Evans. Kenneth Everts. THIRD ROW: Richard Faust, Albert Fechtcl, Ben Galloway, Hale Giffen, James Gilly. Douglas Gordon, Jack Grindle. Martin Harthcock, Carol Herron, J. T. Hicks. FOURTH ROW: Karr Hinton, Jr., Clarence Imboden. Robert Jones, Leonard Knapp, Henry Laurens, John Laurens, Miles Lewis, Stewart Long, J. W Lynn. William McCall. FIFTH ROW: George McCaskey. Melvin McCaskill, Armand McHenry, Joe Mighell. Guy Oswalt, Mac Otts, Will Palfrey. Leonard Posey. Charles Prosser. Paul Ramey. Noah H. Range. SIXTH ROW: J. Newell Robinson. Ralph Ross, George Schneider, Jack Sloan, William Syll, Charles Stone. William Talley, Warren Tharp, Roy White, Gerald Williams, Mac Williams. NOT IN PANEL: Robert Arranta, James Davis, J. W. Holmes, Lee Jarrell, Leo Johns. Irving Jordan. Robert Law. Sam Moseley. Fruman Neibery. Roger Reeves. I. N. Tucker. Mike Vales. MARTIN HARTHCOCK President 135) P H I C H I Known as the poliHcians of Tulane Med. School, the Phi Chis have crashed forth this year with a galaxy of class offices. This landslide was, of course, premeditated; in fact, for years now, the Phi Chis have added prodigiously to their chapter roll, with the hope of some day getting ahead. The only drawback to their system of rushing and bidding, however, is that it Is rather hard remembering who is, and who is not a " good brother. " Several ingenious members have gravely considered giving a post rush-week party every year for the purpose of introducing the pledges to the actives. Gordon Nix is president of this convention, and Wyman Sloan relieves him on occasions. George Prather takes minutes, and Sparky Wyatt collects large enough fees each month from all members to start a new branch of the First National Bank. Their meetings are also concerned with " discussions " of the Nu Sigs, and plans for future parties — open only to Phi Chis. RUMOR has it that their parties are " mighty fine. " Outstanding members include Henry Yonge, president of the sophomore class; Keller Griffith, president of the Med. School student body; and Broox Garrett, president of the senior class. Phi Chi was founded at the University of Vermont in 1889. Omicron Chapter was established at Tulane in 1903. MEMBERS IN FACULTY George E. P. Barnes, Charles C. Bass, Woodward D. Beacham, W. R. Brewster, Eugene Countiss, William Douglas, William Ehlert, E, D. Fenner, A. V. Friedrichs, Mims Sage, Thomas A. Glass, John T. Halsey, William H. Harris, Tilghman Herring, Chaille Jamie- son, Robert C. Kelleher, H. W. Kostmayer, Edwin H. Lawson, Francis E. LeJeune, George King Logan, Randolph Lyons, H. R. Mahorner, George Martin, John Menville, Leon Menville, Milliard Miller, Ruble Moore, Neal Owens. Bjorne Pearson, Frank Ramsay, Spears Randall, Robert league, Perry Thomas, P. J. Thomas, William F. Thomas, Roy H. Turner, Willard R. Wirth. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: W. S. Alliston, Jr., W. M. Allums. H. Appleby. W. H. Batia, R. J. Barnett. R. F. Bass, P. Batson. A. H. Baum. R. H. Benbow, J. N. Bcvil, N. A. Bologna. H, L. Boyd. E. G. Burson. SECOND ROW: T. C. Bush J. O. Calhoun. J. H. Colley, W. Cookston. E. Crawford. T. C. Davis. C. H. Day. J. W. Deminq, E. J. Dickert, H. H. Dismukes, M. H. Dodson, T. C. Donald, Jr., H. L. Dupont. ' THIRD ROW: J. St. M. Dupont. A. J . Ellender. Jr.. R. S. Ellis. T. Everett. K. Everts, W. M. Farmer. N. D. Feibelman. P. S. Foster, B. Garrell, B, C. Garrett. M. L. Golden, A. M. Goggans. R. S. Graves. FOURTH ROW: B. G. Griffin. J. Griffith. P. B. Guttman. L. C. Hamilton, R. G. Handon, Jr., R, H. Hardie. E. W. Harris. Jr., L. F. Hatfaway, W. C. Hearin, J. Hicks, W. H. Higginbotham. W. B. Holmes ' . F. W. Hudgins. FIFTH ROW: S. B. " button, Jr.; W. F. John. A. Kimbriel. C. D. Knight, R. W. Kramer. G. S. Lane Jr.. R. B. Langford, W. P. Lenso, J. Lewis, R. C. Lewis, Jr.. S. Logan, A. V. W. McBee. r. C ' McMain. SIXTH ROW: E. R. Meadows. J. Meadows. J. W. Merritt. Jr.. H. J. Merritt. A. C. Miller. E. Murphy. O. G. Nix, R. O. Norton, Jr.. A. Patrick, W. J. Patton, J. P. Perrine. J. W. Pou. G. W. Prather. SEVENTH R OW: T. M. Prideaux. J. C. Prose F. M. Randall. W. (?. Randolph, C. Ray. J. G. Rohn. F. Rueckl. E. C. St. Martin. E. R. Shapard. Jr.. R. Sharp. W. P. Sloan. Jr.. A. P. Sparr. W. L. Spencer. J. T. Stanley. EIGHTH ROW: W. B. Stanton. B. L. Thompson, A. Turner. D. H. Varn. Jr.. J. Ward. S. H. Ware K. K. Wheatley. J. F. Whitman. McM. Wilkins. Jr.. J. Wilkinson. T. Williams. L. D. Wright. S. H. Wyatt. H. M. Yonge. NOT IN PANEL: Bennet. C. Halt, S. P. Sharr, Jr. President 137) PHI LAMBDA KAPPA Phi Lambda Kappa was founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1907. Psi Chapter was estab- lished at Tulane in 1924. There are now forty active chapters. The colors are blue and white; the flower, the century p lant. MEMBERS IN FACULTY WILFRED FINKLESTEIN SIDNEY JACOBS CHARLES MIDLO HYMAN MAYERSON ISADORE ROBBINS JOSEPH D. RUSS B. BERNARD WEINSTEIN MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Bob Alexander, Bernard M. Altschuler, Sam Baum, Phil Bergman, L, Biegeletsen, Lionel H, Blacltman, Bernard Blufsteln, Gene Carp. SECOND ROW: Sigmund E. Chessid, Robert Davis. Julius Finklestein, Mervin Fishman, Ira Goldman, Cy Goods+ein, Arthur Hertzberg, Gorman Jaffe. THIRD ROW: Lewis S. Kook, Jack Kushner, Jack Lehman, Allan Leonard, David Light, Rundolf London, Leslie Lalcash, Nelson Manowiti, Morty Morgan. FOURTH ROW: Bob Picard, Meyer Rosenbaum, George Schwartz, Irving Shulman, Felix Siegman, Aaron Sweet, Hyman Tolman, Charles F. Wasserman, Leonard L. Zinker. NOT IN PANEL: Herb Cohen, Jerry Forman, Marv Green, Wally Korn, Dudley Liebowltz, Norman Levy, Melvin Levin, Herbert M. Perr, Don Schwartz, Saul Siegendorf, Jerry Spltzer, Howard Todman, Ed Utkov. BERNARD M. ALTSCHULER President 139] ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA Alpha Kappa Kappa, professional fraternity, was founded at Dartmouth Medical School in 1888. Alpha Beta Chapter of Tulane was founded in 1903. There are forty-five chapters in the country. Their colors are Dart- mouth green and white, the flower being the white carnation. Hermann B. Gessner O. W. Bethea Wilbur C. Smith E. L. King Charles S. Hoibrook W, P. Bradburn, Jr. T. A. Watters Conrad G. Collins Ralph H. Heeren Emile F. Naef MEMBERS IN FACULTY Donovan C. Browne Henry J. Bayon. Jr. James C. Cole J. E. Brierre Ralph J. Christman John S. Herring Harry D. Morris Theodore L. Soniaf Richard W. Vincent J. D. Landry Lloyd J. " Hanckes Edward L. Levert J. H. Morris Travis Winsor Robert C. Day J. A. Sabafier Maxwell F. Kepi Thomas E. Weiss O. V. Preiean Robert Wood NORMAN BOOKER President FIRST ROW: Grant F. Begley. ' 14; William L. Bendel, ' 44: Norman U. Booker, ' 44: Robert T. Cale, ' 45: Ernest W. Carrigan, ' 44: Edward O. Comer, ' 46: Henry T. Cook, ' 45; Ernest B. Cunningham, ' 44 SECOND ROW: Lear W. Dane, ' 45; Lanford H. De Generes, ' 45; Frank T. Dienst, ' 46; Raymond L. Dross, ' 44; Mitchell Ede, ' 45; Lloyd C. Eyrich, ' 46; Frank R. Freckleton, ' 44; Howard D. Hardee, ' 46. THIRD ROW: Roy E. Hughes, ' 44; Wallace Hunter, ' 44; John Jofko, ' 45; Fariss D. Kimbell, ' 44; David W. Labouisse, ' 44; Harold J. McCrea, ' 44; Charles W. Mockbee, ' 44; Robert E. Moore, ' 44. FOURTH ROW: John P. Muhleisen, ' 46; Frank C. Ruys, ' 46; Ralph Shirer, ' 46; Gordon E. Soileau. ' 44; Bernard Soto, ' 46; Albert L. Steplock, ' 45; Robert B. Watkins, ' 45; George E. Welch, ' 45. NOT IN PANEL: Donald W. Grimes, ' 46; Merrill A. Proes, ' 45; Wayne Shepard, ' 46. [ 40 1 PHI DELTA EPSILDIV Phi Delta Epsllon was founded at Cornell University Medical College in 1904. Alpha lota 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. WILLARD MARMELZAT President Emile Bloch Irving Glossberg Abe Golden MEMBERS IN FACULTY Allen Goldman Julean Graubarfh Louis Levy Paul Maries Harvey Meyer FIRST ROW: Harvey Amsterdam. Harold Albert, Gerald Berenson. William Blahd, Ted Bloch, Laurence Cohen. SECOND ROW: Isadore Dravin. Eugene Hesdorffer, Joseph Hirsch, Richard Hodes, Avrohm Jacobson, Joseph Katz. THIRD ROW: Joseph King, Walter Levy, Willard Marmelzat, Harvey Mintz. Stanley Mintz. Harvey Rappeport. FOURTH ROW: William Rosenthal. Melvin Rosenthal, Irvin Schneider, Sol Stern, Gene Usdin, Maurice Weisler, Gerald Weiss. NOT IN PANEL: Mervin Cohen, Ralph Robbins. Al Schonbrun, Bernard Soloman, Hov»ard Strauss. [41] PHI HHD SIGMA In 1890 Phi Rho Sigma was founded at Northwestern University Medical School. Delta Omicron Alpha Chapter was established at Tulane in 1918. The colors are scarlet and gold; the flower is the red carnation. Granville A. Bennett Sidney Bliss Hugo T. Englehardt John V. Gooch Carl Granberry MEMBERS IN FACULTY S. Holson Roy de la Houssaye Lloyd J. Kuhn Jacques A. Magne Anees Mogabgab Marvin Smith R. M. Street Robert A. Strong William A. Wagner EMILE BERTUCCl President FIRST ROW: Thomas Baffes, ' 46; Emile A. Bertucd, Jr., ' 45; Arthur Bohmfalk, ' 46; Michael Boustany. ' 44; Rex Bunker, ' 45; George Cuellar, ' 45. SECOND ROW; Fernand J. Dastugue, Jr., ' 45; Shephard Jerome, ' 44; Rodney Clifton Jung, ' 46; Andy Lang, ' 45; William J. Langlois, Jr., ' 45; Dan Lubrano, ' 45. THIRD ROW: Wayne Magnitzsky, ' 45; Frank Mayer, ' 47; Ray Nieto, ' 44; Arthur B. Snowhite, ' 45; Norman Staker, ' 45; Thomas Wynne, ' 46. NOT IN PANEL: Arthur A. Calix; William Keating, Thomas Lyons. 142) THETA KAPPA PSI The+a Kappa Psi was founded at the Medical College of Virginia in 1879. Pi Chapter was established at Tulane in 1904. At present there are fifty- seven active chapters. The colors are green and gold; the flower, the red rose. JAMES MARTIN President Rufus H. Alldredge J. N. Ane Robert Bernhard Charles L. Brown Wiley R. Buffington MEMBERS IN FACULTY J. A. Colclough Alex R. Crebbin William H. Gillentlne Paul G. Lacroix Henry E. Menage Joseph W. Reddoch Paul W. Renken Howard H. Russell Louis A. Toth F RST ROW: Dick Allen. Robert Anderson. S. Dutf Austin. Jonn Baehr. John Barnes. Harold Bevil, Ralph Billington, Dick Black. James Booth. Ralph Bowman. SECOND ROW: Claude Buerger. Jr.; Charles Burnham. Jr.. James Caire. Ben Cobb. Clyde Curtis. Frank Denman. Ted Dombrowsky, A. K. Hall, Robert D. Hays. Jesse Lowe Henderson. THIRD ROW: Owen Johnson. Rupert Kerr. R. C. Lancaster. James Lees. Corbitt Locke. George Manning. Bill Marshall, James Martin. J. R. Martineau. Will McCall. FOURTH ROW; Charles McMillan. James Morrison George E. Muehleck Gordon Nicoll. Ray T. Parmley. James Picinich. Walter D. Presley, Hubert Prevost. J. K. Schellack. Samuel O. Smelsey. FIFTH ROW; Denton Smith. George Stewart. Phil Taylor. Durwood Thibodaux. Elton Thomas. Norman W. Todd. Terrell Tyler. Thomas Wallace. Paul Woodward. Bennett Young. James Young. NOT IN PANEL: Gilbert Adami. Robert Crossett. Kenneth Duzan, James E. Holmes. Raleigh Jackson. Nelson Karbach. Ed. Mears. Neal McCullough. A. Mortenson. Leon Myers. William Newsom. Robert Pace, John Bill Parmley. James O. Rice. John Rice. James J. Slagenhop. 143 1 HAROLD ALBERT ROBERT BARNETT MICHAEL BOUSTANY WILLIAM ALLUMS GRANT BESLEY HUGH BOYD BERNARD ALTSCHULER WILLIAM BENDEL JOHN BROWNING HARVEY AMSTERDAM NORMAN BLACK CHARLES BURNHAM GRACE ANDREW NORMAN BOOKER ELKANAH BURSON HOMER APPLEBY JAMES BOOTH ERNEST CARRIGAN MED SENIORS • HAROLD M, ALBERT, ' 44, Russellvllle, Alabama; Medicine. • WILLIAM MIMS ALLUMS, ' 44, Shrevcport, Louisiana: Medicine; Phi Chi; Kappa Alpha. Ah, those leisure nnomen + s! • BERNARD M. ALTSCHULER, ' 43, Bayonne, New Jersey; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • HARVEY JAY AMSTERDAM, ' 44, New York City, New York; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Delta Epsilon. • GRACE VERONICA ANDREW, ' 44, Bude, England; Medicine; Alpha Epsilo lota. • HOMER QUARLES APPLEBY, ' 44, Slaughter, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Lambda Chi Alpha. • ROBERT JAMES BARNETT, ' 44, Greenwood, Minnesota; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Chi; A.F.D.; L.S.E.; Symphony Orchestra. • GRANT F. BEGLEY, ' 44, Hyden, Kentucky; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council; History of Medicine Society; Owl Club. e WILLIAM LOUIS BENDEL, III, ' 44, Monroe, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Kappa Sigma. [44 1 • NORMAN ROBERT BLACK, ' 44, Cheyenne, Wyoming; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; • M. DURALDE CLAIBORNE, JR.. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Delta Tau Delta; History of Medicine Society; Owl Club. Siqma Nu; Beta Theta Pi. • NORMAN URAL BOOKER, ' 44, Naples, Florida; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. « BENAJAH BIBB COBB, ' 44, Tuskcgne, Alabama; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • JAMES LIVINGSTON BOOTH, ' 44, Jackson, Mississippi; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi; Pi Kappa Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Epsilon Delta; History of Medicine Society. • JESSE HALL COLLEY, ' 44, Troy, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Nu; Owl Club. • MICHAEL EPHREM BOUSTANY, ' 44, Lafayette, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma. • JACK CORBITT, ' 44, Hartford, Alabama; Medicine; Pi Kappa Alpha. • VINCENT PAUL CORSO, ' 44, Miami, Florida; Medicine; Phi Gamma Delta. e HUSH LEE BOYD, ' 44. Bristow, Oklahoma; Medicine; Ph! Chi; History of Medicine Society. • JOHN DURON BROWNING, ' 44, Daytona Beach, Florida; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Pi Kappa Alpha. • E, BEARDEN CUNNINGHAM, ' 44, Raleigh, North Carolina; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • EVER CURTIS (MRS.), ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine. • CHARLES JOSEPH BURNHAM, ' 44, Bay Springs, Mississippi; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • OSMOND DURANT DABBS, JR., ' 44, Gulfport, Mississippi; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society. • ELKANAH GEORGE BURSON, ' 44, Furman, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Chi. • MARION HARWOOD DODSON, ' 44, Mobile, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi; Alpha Tau Omega. O ERNEST WILLIAM CARRIGAN, ' 44, Society Hill, South Carolina; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Owl Club; History of Medicine Society; Vice-President of Senior Class. • EDWARD FRANK DOMBROWSKY, ' 44, Miami. Florida; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • SIGMUND CHESSID. ' 44, New York City, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda • ARTHUR WILLIAM ECKHOUS, ' 44, New York City, New York; Medicine; Kappa. Kappa Nu. IGMUND CHESSID M. D. CLAIBORNE, JR. BENAJAH COBB JESSE COLLEY B. CUNNINGHAM MRS. EVER CURTIS OSMOND DABBS, JR. MARION DODSON JACK CORBITT VINCENT CORSO EDWARD DOMBROWSKY ARTHUR ECKHOUS 146 1 ROBERT ELLIS HAROLD FERRIS, JR. MAX GOLDEN EILEEN ELSON JULIUS FINKELSTEIN PLACIDO GONZALEZ THEODORE EVEREH MERVIN FISCHMAN BELTON GRIFFIN KENNETH EVERTS WALTER FRIEDLAND JOHN GRIFFITH, JR. WILLIAM FARMER N. D. FEIBELMAN MARIO GAMBOA BROOX GARRETT, JR. LONGSTREET HAMILTON MARTIN HARTHCOCK MED SENIORS • ROBERT SMITH ELLIS, ' 44, Drew, Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi; Kappa Sigma; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Alpha Epsilon Delta; History of Medicine Society; Honor Council, ' 43- ' 44. Monkey see, monkey do. • EILEEN FRIEDA ELSON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Epsilon lota. • THEODORE EVERETT, ' 44, Chipley, Florida; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • KENNETH V. EVERTS, ' 44, Lake Worth, Florida; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WILLIAM MARTIN FARMER, ' 44. Samson, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi; Alpha Tau Omega. • N. DONALD FEIBELMAN, ' 44, Vicksburg, Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Nu. HAROLD AARON FERRIS, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Owl Club. • JULIUS FINKELSTEIN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa; Kappa Nu. • MERVIN EDWARD FISCHMAN, ' 44, Irvington, New Jersey; Medicine; Phi • WILLARD CLIFTON HEARIN, JR., ' 44, Greenville. South Carolina; Medicine; Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine Society. Phi Chi. • WALTER FRIEDLAND, ' 44, Hackensack, New Jersey; Medicine; Tau Epsilon Phi. JESSE LOWE HENDERSON, ' 44, Grenada, Mississippi; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • MARIO AUGU5TO GAMBOA, ' 44, San Jose, Costa Rica; Medicine; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JAMES JOHNSTON HICKS, ' 44, Enterprise, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Vice-President of Medical Student Body; Owl Club, • BROOX CLEVELAND GARRETT, JR.. ' 44, Shreveport, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Phi Delta Theta; History of Medicine Society; Honor Board; Pan-Hellenic Council (Medical), ' 42- ' 43; Medical Pan-Hellenic President ( ' 43- ' 44); Class President, ' 40- ' 4l; Class President, ' 43- ' 44; Owl Club. • JAMES KARR HINTON, JR., ' 44, Collierville, Tennessee; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Sigma Chi. • MAX LOVETTE GOLDEN, ' 44, Laurel, Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Honor Board. WENDELL BYRON HOLMES, ' 44, Tylerfown, Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi. FRANK WEST HUDGINS, ' 44, Lubbock. Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • PLACIDO OSVALDO GONZALEZ, ' 44. Ciudadtrujillo, Dominican Republic; Medicine; Phi lota Alpha. JOSEPH MONROE HUMPHRIES, ' 44, Altoona, Alabama; Medicine. • BELTON GLENN GRIFFIN, ' 44, Bessemer, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi. • GORMAN JAFFE, ' 44, New York City, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • JOHN KELLER GRIFFITH, JR., ' 44, Slidell, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Kappa Sigma; Owl Club; Omicron Delta Kappa; History of Medicine Society; Honor Board; Student Council — Tulane; Class Vice-President, ' 4l- ' 42; Honor Council, ' 42- ' 43; Medical Student Body President ( ' 43- ' 44). • SHEPARD JEROME. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma. • JEROME B. KATZ, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Delta Epsilon; Zeta Beta Tau. • LONSSTREET CAVETT HAMILTON, ' 44, Jackson, Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Chi; Owl Club. • ALBERT CARTER KIMBRIEL, JR., ' 44, Drew, Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi. • MARTIN BATES HARTHCOCK, ' 44, Clarksdale, Mississippi; Medicine; Nu • MARJORIE T. KISTER, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Epsilon Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society; Pi Kappa Alpha. Iota; Alpha Delta Pi. WILLARD HEARIN, JR. JESSE HENDERSON JOSEPH HUMPHRIES GORMAN JAFFE JAMES HICKS SHEPARD JEROME JAMES HINTON, JR. JEROME KATZ WENDELL HOLMES ALBERT KIMBRIEL. JR. FRANK HUDGINS MARJORIE KISTER 147] LEONARD KNAPP JOHN LAURENS A, S. MARSHALL DAVID LABOUISSE EDMUND LECKERT, JR. JAMES MARTIN, JR. NATHAN LAFLEUR MADISON LEE, JR. JAMES MEADOWS, JR. CHARLES LANE, JR. MEREDITH MALLORY, JR. JAMES MERRin, JR. RICHARD LANGFORD GEORGE MANNING, JR. JOSEPH MIGHELL, III HENRY LAURENS, JR. WILLARD MARMELZAT ARCHIE MILLER MED SENIORS • LEONARD KENNEDY KNAPP, ' 44, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Delta Tau Delta; History of Medicine Society; Owl Club. • DAVID WINDER LABOUISSE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Sigma Chi. Sign up, soldier. • NATHAN CURTISS LAFLEUR, ' 44, Opelousas, Louisiana; Medicine; Owl Club; History of Medicine Society. • CHARLES SPURGEON LANE, JR., ' 44, Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi; Kappa Alpha, • RICHARD BENNETT LANGFORD, ' 44, Shreveport, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Phi Delta Theta; Owl Club. • HENRY LAURENS, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Delta Psi. • JOHN LAURENS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Upsilon; History of Medicine Society. • EDMUND LAWRENCE lECKERT, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine. • MADISON JOHNSON LEE, JR., ' 44, Danville, Kentucky; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Beta Theta Pi. • MEREDITH MALLORY. JR., M , Orlando, Florida; Medicine. HARVEY HAROLD MINTZ, ' 44, Spring Hill, Alabama; Medicine. • GEORGE CHARLES MANNING, JR., ' 44, Winchester, Massachusetts; Medicine; Alpha Tau Orrega; Theta Kappa Psi; Beta Mu; University Theatre. • STANLEY ROBERT MINTZ, ' 44, Monroe, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Delta Epsilon; Sigma Alpha Mu; Beta Mu. • WILLARD LEE MARMELZAT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Delta Epsilon; Sigma Alpha Mu; History of Medicine Society; T. U. R. K.; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council; Secretary, Senior Class; Owl Club. • JAMES URBAN MORRISON, JR.. ' 44, Shreveport, Louisiana; Medicine; Thela Kappa Psi. A. SMOAK MARSHALL, ' 44, Perry, Georgia; Medicine. • JAMES CLAY MARTIN, JR., ' 44, Weatherford, Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi; Owl Club. JAMES ALLEN MEADOWS, JR., ' 44. Birmingham, Alabama; Medicine. • MELVIN ROSS McCASKILL, ' 44, Little Rock, Arkansas; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Sigma Chi; History of Medicine Society; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council. WALTER McDowell, jr., ' 44, Birmingham. Alabama; Medicine. LEE LAWRENCE NASTASI, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine. • RAFAEL NIETO-GOMEZ, ' 44, Celaya. Mexico; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma. • JAMES WRIGHT MERRITT, JR., ' 44. Colquith, Georgia; Medicine; Phi Chi; Phi Delta Theta. • OSCAR GORDEN NIX, ' 44, Opp, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi; Treasurer of Medical Student Body; Owl Club. • JOSEPH RICHARD MIGHELL, III, ' 44, Mobile, Alabama; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society. JOSE LUIS ORLICH, ' 44, San Ramon, Costa Rica; Medicine. • ARCHIE CARLISLE MILLER, ' 44, Haielhurst, Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi; Owl Club. • GUY COLEMAN OSWALT, ' 44, Mobile, Alabama; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Phi Gamma Delta; Owl Club. • WILLIAM CHARLES MILLER. ' 44, Abbeville, Louisiana; Medicine. RAY TIM PARMLEY, ' 44, Electra, Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. WILLIAM MILLER HARVEY MINTZ STANLEY MINTZ LEE NASTASI RAFAEL NIETO-GOMEZ OSCAR NIX JAMES MORRISON. JR. MELVIN McCASKILL JOSE ORLICH GUY OSWALT WALTER McDowell, jr. RAY PARMLEY [49] ALBERT PAVY WILLIAM RAMEY EUGENE ST. MARTIN ROBERT PICARD HAROLD REDD, JR. MARIDEL SAUNDERS ERNEST POSEY CHARLES RICH GEORGE SCHNEIDER CHARLES PROSSER, JR. MELVIN ROSENTHAL EDWIN SHEPARD FRANK 9UIN0NES RAPHAEL ROSS, JR, FELIX 5IEGMAN MED SENIORS • ALBERT BERCHMANS PAVY, ' 44, Opelousas, Louisiana; Medicine; Owl Club; Treasurer of Senior Class. Toughll! • ROBERT SHELLY PICARD, ' 44, Shreveport, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Lannbda Kappa. • ERNEST LEONARD POSEY, ' 44, Jackson. Mississippi; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; History of Medicine Society. • CHARLES STAVAUL PROSSER, JR.. ' 44, Alexandria, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Sigma Chi; History of Medicine Society. • FRANK JIMENEZ (PUINONES, ' 44, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Medicine. WILLIAM PAUL RAMEY, ' 44, Tampa, Florida; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • HAROLD REDD, JR.. ' 44, Lexington, Kentucky; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Tau Omega. • CHARLES ADRIAN RICH. ' 44, Gulfport, Mississippi; Medicine. 150 I • MELVIN MARCUS ROSENTHAL, ' •14, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi • GORDON EMIL SOILEAU, ' 44, Ville Platte, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Delta Epsilon; Zeta Beta Tau. Kappa. • SOL BAER STERN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Delta Epsilon; • RAPHAEL ROSS, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Siqnna Nu; Sigma Alpha Mu. Phi Delta Theta; History of Medicine Society, • EUGENE CHARLES ST. MARTIN, ' 44, Houma, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Owl Club • GEORGE BRUNUS STEWART. ' 44, Carricre, Mississippi; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi; Owl Club. ALBERT TATUM. ' 44; Medicine. • MARIDEL SAUNDERS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Epsilon lota. • DURWARD JOHN THIBODAUX. JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine: Theta Kappa Psi. • GEORGE THEODORE SCHNEIDER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Delta Tau Delta; Phc Phi; Kappa Delta Phi; History of Medicine Society; " Jambalaya " ' ; Varsity Tennis, ' 40; Intramural Council, ' 40. • NORMAN WENDELL TODD, ' 44, Hickory Flat, Mississippi; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • EDWIN RUTHVEN SHAPARD, ' 44, Muskogee. Oklahoma; Medicine; Phi Chi. • AUGUST BALDWIN TURNER, ' 44, Atlanta, Georgia; Medicine; Phi Chi; Owl Club. • FELIX ALFRED SIEGMAN, ' 44, Bioc.klyn, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • DAVID HUGH VARN, JR., ' 44, Fort Meade, Florida; Medicine; Phi Chi; Pi Kappa Alpha; History of Medicine Society. • JACK gUINBY SLOAN, ' 44, Lakeland, Florida; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Pi Kappa Alpha; Greenbackers; White Elephants. • McMURRY WILKINS, JR., ' 44, Greenville. South Carolina; Medicine; Phi Chi; Kappa Alpha. • SAMUEL OSCAR 5MELSEY, ' 44, San Antonio, Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • AH YET WONG, ' 44. Hilo, Hawaii; Medicine. JACK SLOAN SAMUEL SMELSEY GORDON SOILEAU DURWARD THIBODAUX, JR, NORMAN TODD AUGUST TURNER SOL STERN DAVID VARN, JR GEORGE STEWART McMURRY WILKINS, JR. ALBERT TATUM AH WONG MED UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • BENJAMIN L. ABBERGER. ' 46. Orlando. Florida; Medicine. • SAMUEL DUFF AUSTIN, ' 44. Harperville, Missis- sippi; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • ROBERT HENRY BENBOW. ' 45. Bryan; Texas; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi. • PAUL DAVIS ALEXANDER, ' 46. New York City. New York; Medicine. • JOHN JACOB BAEHR. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi; Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. • GERALD S. BERENSON. ' 46. Bogalusa. Louisiana; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Sigma; History of Medicine Society. • ROBERT M. ALEXANDER. ' 44. Lynbrook, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • ELAINE LOUISE ALLEN, ' 44. Phoenix. Arizona; Medicine; Alpha Epsilon lota. • RICHARD CORTEZ ALLEN. JR., ' 4t. El Campo. Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • WILEY SUTTON ALLISTON. ' 44, Fort Worth. Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • BRUCE WALTER ALSPACH. ' 46. Pascagoula, Mis- sissippi; Medicine; Phi Kappa Sigma; Nu Sigma Nu; Phi Phi. • LUIS ALVAREZ. JR.. ' 45. Santurce. Puerto Rico; Medicine. • ROBERT LAMAR ANDERSON, ' 44, Colfax, Washington; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • JUAN AROSEMENA, ' 44, Panama; Medicine. • THOMAS GUS BAFFES, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Beta Mu; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Rho Sigma; French Club. • WILLIAM HOMER BARIA. ' 44, Mobile, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi. • JOHN J. BARNES, ' 44, Winfield, Alabama; Medi- cine; Theta Kappa Psi. • ROSS FREDERICK BASS, ' 45, Hattiesburg, Missis- sippi; Medicine; Phi Chi. • JOHN WASHINGTON BASSETT, ' 44, Pine Bluff, Arkansas; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medi- cine Society. • PASCAL GAYLE BATSON, ' 44, Indianola, Missis- sippi; Medicine; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi. • ARNOLD HARVEY BAUM, ' 44, Lansing, Kansas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • SAMUEL BAUM, ' 45, Passaic, New Jersey; Medi- cine; Phi Lambda Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. • PHILIP S. BERGMAN, ' 45, New Rochelle, New York; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine Society; Class Treasurer ( ' 45). • EMILE AUGUSTUS BERTUCCI, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Chi Sigma; Beta Mu; History of Medicine Society. • JACK NUGENT BEVIL. ' 44. Hull. Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • HAROLD HESTER BEVIL. ' 44. Beaumont. Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • JOSEPH Z. BIEGELEISEN. ' 44, Jamaica, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • JAMES FLIMEN BIGGART. JR., ' 46. Lexington. Virginia; Medicine; Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu. • RALPH HOWARD BILLINGTON, ' 44, Seminole. Oklahoma; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • JOHN RICHARD BLACK, ' 46, Salt Lake City, Utah; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. 152 1 Med students work on a toughie FIRST COLUMN • LIONEL HART BLACKMAN, ' 46, Brooklyn, New York; Medicine; Band. • WILLIAM HENRY BLAND. ' 45, Chicago, Illinois; Medicine; Phi Delta Epsilon. • TED BLOCH. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medi- cine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon. • BEVERLY BLOOD, ' 45, Alexandria, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Epsilon lota. • BERNARD BLUT5TEIN, ' 44, New York, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • ARTHUR ' WILLIAM BOHMFALK, JR., ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; A Capella Choir; Band; Glee Club; Operetta; Sym- phony Orchestra; Y. M. C. A. • NINO BOLOGNA, ' 44, Shaw, Mississippi; Medi- cine; Phi Chi. • HOWARD MOORE BORDELON, ' 44, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • BROWN HILL BOSEWELL, ' 45, Montgomery, Ala- bama; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • RALPH H0L50N BOWMAN, ' 44, Corte Madera, California; Medicine; Theta Kappa PsI; History of Medicine Society. SECOND COLUMN • CARL DYESS BRANNAN, ' 46, Jackson, Mississippi; Medicine; Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu. • CECIL ROBERT BRANSON, ' 45. BIythevIlle, Ar- kansas; Medicine. • WALTER HUGH BRENT, JR., ' 46, Hammond, Louisiana; Medicine; Beta Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu. • SIMONE BROCATO, ' 45, Merlgold, Mississippi; Medicine; Delta Epsilon Sigma. • DeWITT TALMADGE BROCK, JR., ' 46, Jackson, Mississippi; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • NELSON LEON BROWN, ' 46, Mobile. Alabama; Medicine. • CONSTANCE BRUNER, ' 44, Rayne, Louisiana; Medicine. • ANTHONY J. BRUNO, ' 45. Elizabeth, New Jersey; Medicine; University Theater. • CLAUDE LEON BUERGER, JR., ' 44, Mobile, Ala- bama; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi; Phi Kappa Sigma; History of Medicine Society. • REX JAMES BUNKER, ' 44, Caguas, Puerto Rico; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma. THIRD COLUMN • THOMAS BUSH, ' 46, Shreveport, Louisiana; Medi- cine; Phi Chi. • CURTIS WEBB CAINE, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Kappa Sigma. e JAMES GERARD CAIRE, ' 44, Edgard, Louisiana; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • JOHN BERNARD CAIRE, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Delta Tau Delta. • ROBERT TORRANCE CALE, ' 45, Birmingham, Ala- bama; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • JOE D. CALHOUN. ' 45, Rayville, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society. • VICTOR FRANK CAREY, ' 46, Downsvllle, Lou- isiana; Medicine. • GENE GEORGE CARP, ' 44, Elizabeth, New Jer- sey; Medicine; Kappa Nu; Phi Lambda Kappa; His- tory of Medicine Society. • HERMINIO D. CARRIZO, ' 46, Qui Los Santos, Republic of Panama; Medicine. • DEIJING CHANG. ' 44, Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii; Medicine. Mm ' A JmL - £m L IS31 MED UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • VIRGINIA LAWSON CLOWER, ' 44, Atlanta, Georgia; Medicine; Alpha Epsilon lota. • LAWRENCE JOSEPH COHEN, ' 45, Cheyenne, Wyoming; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsi- lon; Class Vice-President (2). • HENRY THOMAS COOK, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • W. CAVITT COOKSTON. JR., ' 44, Winnfield, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Pi Kappa Alpha. • GRUNDY COOPER, ' 46, Mansfield. Louisiana; Medicine. • FRANK MORTIMER COVERT, ' 45, San Antonio, Texas; Medicine; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu. • JOHN A. CRAIG, ' 45, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • EDWARD JACOBS CRAWFORD, JR., ' 44, Shreve- port, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Phi Delta Theta. • RICHARD WARREN CREASMAN, ' 46, Mesa, Arizona; Medicine. • GEORGE CUELLAR, ' 44, Havana, Cuba; Medi- cine; Phi Rho Sigma, • HAROLD CUMMINS, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Beta Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu. • CLYDE ALLEN CURTIS, ' 46, Seattle, Washington; Medicine; PI Mu Chi; Theta Kappa PsI; History of Medicine Society. • LEAR WILLIAM DANE, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. e FERNAND JOSEPH DASTUGUE, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Class Vice-President (3). • ROBERT EDWARD DAVIS, ' 44, New York, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • THOMAS CARLYLE DAVIS, ' 45, Cherokee, Ala- bama; Medicine; Phi Chi. • CHARLES HENRY DAY, ' 44, Decatur, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi. • HAROLD LANFORD DE GENERES, ' 45, Shreve- port, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • SELIM MIGUEL DEJUK, ' 44, Puerto Limon, Costa Rica; Medicine; Phi Iota Alpha, Latin American. • RITA HORTENSIA DEL MARMOL, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana: Medicine. • JOHN WINTON DEMING, ' 44, Evergreen, Ala- bama; Medicine; Phi Chi. • NADENE DENISON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Epsilon lota. • FRANK ROLAND DENMAN, ' 44, Houston, Texas; Medicine; Sigma Chi; Theta Kappa Psi; History of Medicine Society. • JOHN WILLIAM DENSER. ' 46. Whitfield, Missis- sippi; Medicine; Alpha Sigma Delta, • ELBERT J. DICKERT, ' 45, Newberry, South Caro- lina; Medicine: Phi Chi. • THEODORE FRANK DIENST, JR.. ' 46. Shrcveport. Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Kappa Sigma. • NORMAN OINHOFER. ' 46, Brooklyn, New York; Medicine; Kappa Nu. O HENRY MOSELEY DISMUKES. ' 46. Mobile. Ala- bama; Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Chi. • THOMAS CLAUDE DONALD, JR., ' 46, Birming- ham, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • RALPH AARON DOWNS, JR.. ' 45, Pine Bluff, Arkansas; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu. [54 1 Why Army meds get more pay. FIRST COLUMN • ISADORE DRAVIN. ' 44, Meridian. Mississippi; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Delta Epsilon; Beta Mu; Band; History of Medicine Society; Pan-Hellenic Council (Med.); Symphony Orchestra. • RAYMOND LEON DROSS, ' 44, Houston, Texas; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa, • OLIVER ADKINS DUFF, " 44, Birmingham. Ala- bama; Medicine. • JULES ST. MARTIN DUPONT. ' 46, Houma. Lou- isiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • LOUIS HANSON DUPONT. ' 44, Houma, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Phi Chi. • MITCHELL EDE. ' 45. Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • ALLEN JOSEPH ELLENDER, ' 44, Houma, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Phi Chi. • CHRISTINE JAMESON ELLIS. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Tulane Medical. • GEORGE SABA ELLIS, ' 46, Marshall, Texas; Medi- cine. • JOSH J. ESSLINGER, ' 45. Florence. Alabama; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. SECOND COLUMN • ALTON NORMAN EVANS. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana: Medicine; Sigma Chi; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Sigma; Lambda Chi; History of Medicine Society. • LLOYD CHARLES EYRICH, ' At, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa. • ANTONIO MAXIMILIANO FACIO, ' 44, San Jose, Costa Rica; Medicine. • JOHN WILLIAM FAULK, ' 45, Crowley, Louisiana; Medicine; Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi, • RICHARD ALAN FAUST, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu; Omicron Delta Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • ALBERT THOMAS FECHTEL, ' 46, Jacksonville, Florida; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • JOHN PHILIP FISCHER, ' 44, Tyler, Texas; Medi- cine; A Capella Choir. • PAUL SCOTT FOSTER, ' 45, Opp, Alabama; Medi- cine; Phi Chi; Sigma Nu. • FRANK ROBERT FRECKLETON, ' 44, New York, New York; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • BEN THOMAS GALLOWAY, ' 45, Moultrie, Georgia; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Med- icine Society. THIRD COLUMN • HALE eiFFEN, ' 45, Sacramento, California; Medi- cine; Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu. • JAMES GILLY, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu; Beta Mu; French Club. • ALBERT MILTON GROGGANS, ' 44, Hissop, Ala- bama; Medicine; Phi Chi. e IRVIN ALVAN GOLDMAN, ' 45, Bogalusa, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa; Kappa Nu. • SEYMOUR GOODSTEIN, ' 45, Brooklyn, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. c DOUGLAS L. GORDON. ' 44, Baton Rouge, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu. • BENJAMIN FRANKLIN GORRELL, ' 44, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Medicine; Phi Chi; Delta Upsilon. O EDWARD DONALD GRAFF, ' 44, New York, New York; Medicine; Kappa Nu, a MARY VIRGINIA GRAHAM, ' 44, Tulsa, Okla- homa; Medicine; Alpha Chi Omega. O ROBERT S. GRAVES, ' 44, Gadsden, Alabama; Medicine, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi. ■;j -.v. ' Vi y .i 155) MED UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • JOSEPH VINCENT GREGORAni. ' 44, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Medicine. • JACK LEE GRINDLE, ' 4«, Harlingen, Texas; Medi- cine; Nu Sigma Nu. • PAUL BOYD GUTTMAN. ' 46, Corpus Christi, Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • JUDSON CAREY GWIN, ' 46, Sumiton. Alabama; Medicine. • ALLON KILLOUGH HALL, ' 46, San Anqelo, Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • HOWARD DAVIS HARDEE, ' 46, Fernandina, Flor- ida; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • ROBERT HUFF HARDIE, ' 46, Houston. Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • ERLE W. HARRIS, ' 46. Shreveport, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi. • LEONARD FRANKLIN HATTAWAY, ' 46, Waskom, Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • ROBERT GREENE HENDON, ' 44, Birmingham, Alabama; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi. • H. WALTER HENNIGAN. ' 44, Baton Rouge. Lou- isiana; Medicine. • CARROLL V. HERRON, ' 45, Monessen, Pennsyl- vania; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • ARTHUR DUKES HERTZBERG, ' 45, Bayonne, New Jersey; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • EUGENE HESDORFFER, ' 45, Canton, Mississippi; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon. • JOHN THOMAS HICKS, ' 46, Epps, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu, • WARREN HAMILTON HIGGINBOTHAM, ' 46, Houston, Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • JOSEPH ROTHSCHILD HIRSCH, ' 46, Greenville, Mississippi; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon; Greenbackers. • RICHARD SAMUEL HODES, ' 46, Miami Beach, Florida; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Delta Epsilon. • WALTER LYALL HOWELL, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Greenbackers; Honor Board; French Club; Y. M. C. A. • ROY E. HUGHES, ' 44, Gainesville, Texas; Medi- cine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • H. WALLACE HUNTER, ' 44. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • SAMERILL BENSON HUnON. ' 45, Fort Smith, Arkansas; Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Chi. • HENRY RALPH HYSLOP, ' 44, Porral, Mexico; Medicine. • C. A. IMBODEN, ' 45, Morrilton. Arkansas; Medi- cine; Nu Sigma Nu. • JAMES LINN IRVINE. ' 46, Concord, California; Medicine. • SIDNEY ITZKOFF, ' 44, New York, New York; Medicine. • AVROHM, JACOBSON, ' 44, Miami. Florida; Medicine; Phi Delta Epsilon. • ROBERT DELL HAYS, ' 44, Brady. Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • CECIL ZENO HOLT, ' 44. Gruver. Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • ANGEL JIMENEZ, ' 45. Santurcc, Porto Rico; Medicine. C66 1 A bulletin for every branch. FIRST COLUMN • IRWIN JOFFE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine. • JOHN JOFKO, ' 45, Passaic, New Jersey; Medi- cine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • OWEN BRATTAIN JOHNSON, ' 45, Peru, In- diana; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • ROBERT E. JONES. ' 44, Phoenix, Arizona; Medi- cine; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu. • RODNEY CLIFTON JUNG, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Beta Mu; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Rho Sigma; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; History of Medicine Society. • DANIEL BENJAMIN JURAN, ' 46, Houston, Texas; Medicine; Tau Delta Phi. • WILLIAM RUPERT KERR, ' 46, Houston, Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • FARISS DERRING KIMBELL, ' 46, Tucson, Arizona; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • JOHN ALFRED KING, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Medicine. • JOSEPH CLEMENT KING, ' 46, Jackson, Missis- sippi; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon. SECOND COLUMN • CHARLES DANIEL KNIGHT, ' 44, Shreveport, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Kappa Alpha. • S. LEWIS KOOK, ' 44, Jersey City, New Jersey; Medicin°; Kappa Nu; Phi Lambda Kappa. • GEORGE ELI KOURY, ' 44, Burlington, North Carolina; Medicine. • RICHARD WILLIAM KRAMER, ' 44, Jennings, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi. • JACK KUSHNER, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York; Medi- cine; Kappa Nu; Phi Lambda Kappa. • ROBERT COLUMBUS LANCASTER, ' 45, Bolton, Mississippi; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • ALBERT A. LANS, ' 44. San Juan, Puerto Rico; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma. • WILLIAM JOSEPH LANGLOIS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. • JAMES KINLER LEES, ' 44, Jacksonville, Florida; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • JACK LEHMAN, ' 44, New York, New York; Medi- cine. THIRD COLUMN • ALAN JERRY LEONARD, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Lambda Kappa; Beta Mu; Kappa Nu. • WALTER EDMOND LEVY. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon; Beta Mu; French Club; History of Medicine Society. • JAMES WILLARD LEWIS, ' 44, LaGrange. Georgia; Medicine; Phi Chi. • MILES LESLIE LEWIS, ' 44, Ada, Oklahoma; Med- icine; Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu. • ROYCE CLAY LEWIS, ' 46, Shamrock, Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • RICHARD EDWARD LIEURANCE, ' 44, Amarillo, Texas; Medicine; Alpha Tau Omega. • DAVID SAMUEL LIGHT, ' 44. Brooklyn, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • WILLIAM PHILIP LINSS, ' 44, Dayton, Kentucky; Medicine; Phi Chi. • CORBET CLARKE LOCKE. ' 46, Centic, Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • SAMUEL LOGAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Kappa Delta Phi; Greenbackers. ' i I 57 J MED UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • RANDOLPH ABRAHAM LONDON, ' 44, West Ne York, New Jersey; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • FRANK VALENTINE MAYER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Y. M. C. A. • EUGENE MOREAU MURPHEY, ' 44, Long Beach, Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi; Delta Kappa Epsiion. • STEWART McLENDON LONG, ' 45, Atlanta, Georgia; Medicine; Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu. • EDWARD RUSSELL MEADOWS, ' 44, Birmingham, Alabama; Medicine; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi. • ALEXANDER V. McBEE, ' 44, Hobbs, New Mexico; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Nu; Honor Board. • DANIEL LUBRANO, ' 44, Tampa, Florida; Medi- cine; Phi Rho Sigma. • HINTON JONES MERRITT, ' 44, Colquitt, Georgia; Medicine; Phi Chi; Phi Delta Theta. • JOHN WILL McCALL, ' 44, Jasper, Texas; Medi- cine; Theta Kappa Psi. • LESIIE I LUKASH, ' 44, New York, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • JAMES WILEY LYNN, ' 44. Belchley. Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • ALBERT WAYNE MAGNITZSKY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Glee Club; I. R. C; Campus Night; " Jambalaya " ; Y. M. C. A.; Symphony Orchestra; Pan-Hellenic Council. • CHARLES WILLIAM MOCKBEE, ' 45. Cincinnati, Ohio; Medicine; Sigma Nu; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • WILLIAM JOSEPH MOGABGAB, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Medicine. • ROBERT EMMET MOORE, ' 44, DeRidder, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; I. R. C, • WILLIAM WHITLEY McCALL, ' 45. Covington, Tennessee; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • GEORGE EDWARD McCASKEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; PI Kappa Alpha; History of Medicine Society. • NORBORN B. McCORVEY, ' 44, Ruston, Louisiana; Medicine. • MELVIN MANDEL, ' 45, Brooklyn, New York; Medicine. • MORTON B. MORGAN, ' 44, New York, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • HAROLD J. McCREA, ' 44, Everett, Washington; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • NELSON MANOWITZ, Jersey; Medicine. Jersey City, New • HERBERT LEON MOSKOWITZ, ' 44, Flatbush, New York; Medicine; Kappa Nu. • ARMAND G. McHENRY, ' 45, Monroe, Louisiana; Medicine; Delta Kappa Epsiion; Nu Sigma Nu. • WILLIAM SHERMAN MARSHALL, ' 44, Leon, Kansas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • GEORGE ERNEST MUEHLECK, ' 44, New York, New York; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • FRANK CHARLES McMAlNS, ' 44, Alameda, New Mexico, Medicine; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi. • JOHN RICHARD MARTINEAU. ' 44. Salt Lake City, Utah; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • JOHN PAUL MUHLEISEN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Beta Mu. • CHARLES DUNCAN McMILLAN, Center. Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. 158] Inspection, black polish, and shoe shine boys. FIRST COLUMN • GORDON A. NICOLL, ' 44, Palo Alto, California; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi; History of Medicine Society. • ROBERT OLON NORTON, ' 44, Louisville, Ala- bama; Medicine; Phi Chi. • STANLEY JEROME ORLOFF, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York; Medicine; Kappa Nu; Lagniappes. • OCTAVIUS McCRARY OTTS, ' 44, Mobile, Ala- bama; Medicine; Phi Gamma Delta; Nu Sigma Nu. • WILLIAM GORGAS PALFREY, ' 45, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Medicine; Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu. • THOMAS ALEXANDER PATRICK, ' 45, Fayetteville, Tennessee; Medicine; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi. • WILLIAM THOMAS PATTON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi; Beta Mu; T. U. R. K,; Y. M. C. A. • WALTER CLIFTON PAYNE, ' 46, Pensacola, Flor- ida; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JAMES PRENTISS PERRINE, ' 45, West Monroe, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi. • MARION JAMES PICINICH, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • HOWARD MILTON POPKIN, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York; Medicine. SECOND COLUMN • JACK WENDELL POU, ' 44. Shreveport, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Kappa Alpha. • GEORGE WARREN PRATHER, ' 45, St. Petersburg, Florida; Medicine; Phi Chi. • WALTER DUSON PRESLEY, ' 44, El Campo. Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • HUBERT LOUIE PREVOST, ' 45, McCool. Missis- sippi; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • THOMAS MOORE PRIDEAUX, ' 45, Lubbock, Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • LUIS CARLOS PHETO, ' 44, Panama City, Panama; Medicine; A Capella Choir. • JIMMY C. PROSE, ' 45, Grenada, Mississippi; Medicine; Theta Chi; Phi Chi; Medical Interfraternlty Council; Pan-Hellenic Council. • HOWARD QUITTNER. ' 44, Budd Lake, New Jersey; Medicine; A Capella Choir. • RAFAEL V. RAMIREZ, ' 44, Rio Pledras, Porto Rico; Medicine. • FAY M. RANDALL, ' 44, Bessemer, Alabama; Medicine; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi. • WILLIAM pUENTIN RANDOLPH, ' 44, Winder, Georgia; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. THIRD COLUMN • NOAH HASKELL RANGE, ' 46, Dallas, Texas; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • JOSEPH HARVEY RAPPEPORT, ' 45, Texas City, Texas; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Delta Epsilon; History of Medicine Society. • CHARLES JACKSON RAY, ' 45, Greenville, Ala- bama; Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Chi. • JO NEWELL ROBINSON, ' 44, Talladega, Ala- bama; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Phi Delta Theta. • JAMES GILBERT ROHN, ' 45, Visalla. California; Medicine; Phi Chi. • HAROLD LEON ROSEN, ' 44, New York, New York; Medicine; Kappa Nu. • MEYER ROSENBAUM, ' 44, New York. New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • J. WILLIAM ROSENTHAL, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Delta Epsilon; Zeta Beta Tau; Beta Mu; History of Medicine Society. • JOSEPH LEON ROSENZWEIG, ' 44. Lake Village, Arkansas; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Beta Mu; History of Medicine Society. • ALONSO R. ROY. ' 46. David, Chiriqui, Republic of Panama; Medicine. • FRANK VICTOR RUECKL, JR., ' 44, Weston, West Virginia; Medicine; Phi Chi; Kappa Alpha. m J ,.: . Ji m : :- iii ' irr. ; Jcz «i:-5 MED UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • FRANK C. RUYS. ' AA, Pittsburg. California; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • JOHN KEITH SCHELLACK. ' 46. Copan. Okla- homa; Medicine; Theta Kappa PsI. • RICHARD EVEREH SCHEURICH, ' 45. Goose Creek. Texas; Medicine. • IRVIN C. SCHNEIDER. ' 44. Chipley. Florida; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Delta Epsilon. • GEORGE SCHWARTZ, ' 44. Brooklyn. New York; Medicine; Pi Lambda Kappa. • JULES JAYE SECKLER, ' 44. New York. New York; Medicine; Tau Epsilon Phi. • ROBERT W. SHARP. ' 44, Grenada. Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Ph! Chi. • RALPH FRANCIS SHIRER. ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega. • IRVING SHULMAN, ' 44, Bayonne. New Jersey; Medicine: Phi Lambda Kappa. • VERRE SIMPSON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine. • WYMAN PLAH SLOAN, JR., ' 44, Atlanta, Georgia: Medicine; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society. • ARTHUR BRYAN SNOWHITE, ' 44, Elizabeth, New Jersey; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma. • DENTON WEYMOUTH SMITH. ' 45, Merryville, Louisiana: Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • IRVING SOKOLSKY. ' 45, Houma, Louisiana; Med- icine; Kappa Nu. • HARRY SOLOMAN, ' 45, Las Vegas, New Mexico; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Beta Mu; Phi Beta Kappa. • BARNARD SOTO. ' 46, Douglas, Arizona; Medi- cine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • ALBERT PETER SPAAR, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi. • WILLIAM SPENCER, ' 44, Sterlington, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Chi. • NORMAN WILHOIT STAKER, ' 44. Lanusa, Texas; Medicine. • JAMES FRANKLIN STANLEY. ' 45. Enterprise, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi; Pi Kappa Phi. • WILLIAM BATT STANTON. ' 44. Fort Smith, Ar- kansas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • ALBERT LOUIS STEPLOCK, ' 45, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • CHARLES TURNER STONE. JR., ' 44, Galveston, Texas; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • HOWARD STRAUSS, ' 45, Greenwood, Mississippi; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Beta Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • AVRON YUCELLE SWEET. ' 46, St. Petersburg, Florida; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • WILLIAM SYLL. ' 45, Superior, Arizona; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society. • LAWRENCE TABOR, ' 47, Brooklyn, New York; Medicine. • WILIIAM TALLY, ' 44, Stevenson, Alabama; Med- icine; Pi Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu. • TOKUSO TANIGUCHI. ' 47, Hilo, Hawaii; Med- icine. • PHILLIP WILLIAM TAYLOR, ' 44, Stephenville, Texas; Medicine; Phi Kappa Sigma; Theta Kappa Psi; Pan-Hellenic Council. • IGNATIUS TEDESCO, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Y. M. C. A. • WARREN BAYLOR THARP, ' 44, Tucson, Arizona; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • ELTON SIGREST THOMAS, ' 47, Ellisville, Missis- sippi; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. [60] Just a friendly little bull session. FIRST COLUMN • BILLY LONG THOMPSON, ' 46, Donna. Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • SAM A. THREEFOOT, MS, Selma, Alabama; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Mu. • HYMAN CYRIL TOLMAS. ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Kappa Nu; Beta Mu; Phi Lambda Kappa. • PAUL TRAUTMAN, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine. • MARTIN TURKISH, ' 44, Bayonne. New Jersey; Medicine; Kappa Nu. • LUTHER TERRELL TYLER. ' 45, Picayune, Missis- sippi; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi; History of Medi- cine Society. • GENE LEONARD USDIN, ' 47, St. Augustine, Florida; Medicine; Phi Delta Epsilon. • THOMAS HENDRIX WALLACE, ' 44, Joplin, Mis- souri; Medicine: Theta Kappa Psi. • JAMES ALTO WARD, JR., ' 44, Birmingham, Ala- bama; Medicine; Phi Chi. • STEPHEN HARRISON WARE, JR., ' 47. Houston. Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • CHARLES FELIX WASSERMAN, ' 44, New York, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. SECOND COLUMN • ROBERT BRYANT WATKINS. ' 45, Indian Springs, Georgia; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • MORRIS JACOB WEISLER. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Kappa Nu; Phi Delta Epsilon; Beta Mu • GERALD WEISS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Beta Mu; Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Delta Epsilon. • GEORGE ELLIOT WELCH. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • KENNETH KNOX WHEATLEY, ' 47, Amarillo, Texas; Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Chi. • ROY WHITE, JR.. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Beta Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu; Beta Mu; History of Medicine Society. • JOHN FARRELL WHITMAN, ' 44, Steubcnville, Ohio; Medicine; Chi Phi; Phi Chi. • JACQUES DAVIS WILKINSON, ' 44, Jackson, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Sigma Nu; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society. • GERALD STEPHEN WILLIAMS, ' 44. Paintsville, Kentucky; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • LEWIS McLAURINE WILLIAMS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu. • THOMAS KENNON WILLIAMS, JR.. ' 44, Paducah, Kentucky; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. THIRD COLUMN • SAMUEL PAUL WISE, III, ' 47, Americus, Georgia; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • EDWIN PAUL WOODWARD, ' 46, Wichita Falls, Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • LEVON DAVID WRIGHT, ' 44. Mexia, Texas; Medi- cine; Pni Chi. • SPARKMAN HARDIN WYAH, ' 45, Lulu, Missis- sippi; Medicine; Phi Chi. • THOMAS ARTHUR WYNNE, ' 45, Sierra Madre, California; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma. • RICHARD AKIRA YAMANOHA, ' 45, HIco, Hawaii; Medicine. • HENRY MAHHEW YONGE. ' 45, Pensacola, Flor- ida; Medicine; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society. • BENNETT H. YOUNG, ' 44, Opelousas, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Chi; Theta Kappa Psi. • JACK RUFUS YOUNG, ' 47. Florala. Alabama; Medicine. • JAMES E YOUNG, ' 44, Xenia, Ohio; Medicine; Phi Kappa Sigma; Theta Kappa Ssi; History of Medicine Society. • LEONARD L. ZINKER, ' 44. Brooklyn. New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. UPTOWN CAMPUS [62] ntrocli uclna the SENIOR CLASS sign on fhe dotted line. • WILLIAM SAMUEL ADAMS, ' 44, Alexandria, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S C. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • WAYNE GORMAN ANDERSON, ' 44, Shenandoah, Iowa; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; I. R. C; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • PAUL DAVIS ALEXANDER, ' 44, New York, New York; Medicine; Arts and Sciences. • RICHARD CORTEZ ALLEN, ' 44, El Campo, Texas; Arts and Sciences and Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • WALTER GILBERT ANDRY, ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; Comnnerce; Alpha Phi Omega; Glendy Burke. • BRUCE WALTER ALSPACH, ' 44, Pascagoula, Mississippi; Medicine and Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Nu Sigma Nu; Phi Phi. • NORMAN JOSEPH ATTENHOFER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. ILLIAW ADAMS PAUL ALEXANDER RICHARD ALLEN BRUCE ALSPACH WAYNE ANDERSON WALTER ANDRY NCRmaN ATTENhOFE [63] RUTH BANNISTER DAVID BERNHARDT, JR. ROBERT BOND MARY BARRETT MILTON BIENVENU ROSE BOSTON REGINALD BATTY, JR. RUTH BIGGERS FRANK BOYLAN GUY BEARD LIONEL BLACKMAN CARL BRANNAN DAVID BEAHY ELLA BLAKE MARY BRINGHURST TOM BERNARD TED BLOCK MAE BRUNO SENIORS • RUTH MAY BANNISTER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Ncwcomb; Glee Club. • MARY BARRETT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Social Work. Information in the Engineering School. • REGINALD V ORTLEY BATTY, JR.. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E., E. T. A.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • GUY WILLIAM BEARD, ' 44, Little Rock, Arkansas; Arts and Sciences. • DAVID WESLEY BEATTY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • TOM NORTON BERNARD, ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • DAVID BERNHARDT, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • MILTON JOSEPH BIENVENU, ' 44, Reserve, Louisiana; Engineering; Archi- tectural Society; E. T. A.; T. U. R. K. • RUTH EVANS BIGGERS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Mathematics Club; Y. W. C. A. [64] • LIONEL HART 6LACKMAN. ' 44, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Sciences and Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa; Band. • EMAY HART BUCHANAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Ncwconnb; Alpha Omricon Pi; Arl Club; Hullabaloo; Jambalaya. • ELLA JANE BLAKE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newconnb; Phi Mu; Art Club. • TED BLOCK, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine and Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon. • ROBERT ROTH BOND, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Chi; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Tatfrail; White Elephants. • ROSE MARGARET BOSTON, ' 44, Birmingham, Alabama; Newcomb; A Capella Choir; Campus Night; Glee Club; Operetta; Elizabethans; Festival Choir. • FRANK VERNON BOYLAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Pi; A. S. M. E. • CARL DYESS BRANNAN, ' 46, Jackson, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • MARY JEAN BRINGHURST, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Art Club. • ARTHUR BROOKS BUSH, JR , ' 44, Now Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A I. of Ch. E.; Naval R. O. T. C, Tatfrail. • MERILYN BUSH, ' 44. Monroe, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; Newcomb Student Government; Student Council; Newcomb. • JAMES GERARD CAIRE, ' 44, Edga-d, Louisiana; Medicine and Arts and Sciences; Theta Kappa Psi • JOHN BERNARD CAIRE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine and Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. e WILFORD FRANCIS CALONGE, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Gargoyle; Architectural Society; Mathematics Club. • RUTH M, CALZADA, ' 44, Gretna, Louisiana; Newcomb; Mathematics Club; Newcomb Athletic Council; Y. W. C. A. • MAE KATHRYN BRUNO, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • DORRIS TOWERS BRYAN, ' 44, San Jose, Costa Rica; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club. • JAMES JAUBERT BRYAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi; Jambalaya; Lagniappes; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Tatfrail; Publications Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Rifle Team; Business Manager, Tulane Law Review. • THORNTON L. CAPPEL. JR., ' 44, Alexandria, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; A 1. E. E. • JOHN FRED CARAWAY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Law; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Beta Phi; Omicron Kappa; Glendy Burke; Law Review (2); Naval R. O. T. C; Oratorical and Debating; Tatfrail; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. HERMINIO D. CARRIZO, ' 44, Panama; Medicine and Arts and Sciences. 30RR1S BRYAN JOHN CAIRE JAMES BRYAN WILFORD CALONGNE, JR. EMAY BUCHANAN RUTH CALZADA ARTHUR BUSH, JR. MERILYN BUSH THORNTON CAPPEL, JR, JOHN CARAWAY JAMES CAIRE HERMINIO CARRIZO 165 1 DOROTHY CARTER IDA CHUNG GERTRUDE CONNOLLY AILLEEN CASSEGRAIN JOSEPH CIES EDWIN COUSINS GRACE CHARBONNET TITINE CLARK MARGUERITE COUSIN HOPE CHENEY MARSHALL CLOUD TIMOTHY CRAIN NAT CHESTNUT MALCOLM COATE RUPERT CREBBIN ROBERT CHIPLEY, JR. EDWARD COMER CHARLES CREGER SENIORS • DOROTHY CARTER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Social Work. • AILLEEN MONTGOMERY CASSEGRAIN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; New- comb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Catholic Club. Careful, sonny! • GRACE HENRIETTA CHARBONNET, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Mathematics Club; Y. W. C. A. • HOPE WINIFRED CHENEY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A. • NAT JOSEPH CHESTNUT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Glee Club; University Theatre. • ROBERT LceROY CHIPLEY, JR., ' 44, Greenwood, South Carolina; Law and Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Hullabaloo; Naval R. O. T. C; Y. M. C. A. • IDA L. CHUNG, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • JOSEPH OWEN CIES, ' 44, Carlinville, Illinois; Arts and Sciences; Honor Board; T. U. R. K. • TITINE VILLERE CLARK, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. I 66] • MARSHALL MILTON CLOUD, ' 44. Springfield, Missouri; Engineering; A. S. • GEORGE LEWIS CUNNINGHAM, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineer- M. E. ing; Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Befa Pi; American InsHfute of Chemical Engineers. • MALCOLM M. COATE, ' 44, Arkadelphia, Arkansas; Arts and Sciences; Naval jq CUNNINGHAM, ' 44, New Orleans, Loui.iana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; R. O. T, C; Taffrail. Resident Student Government. • EDWARD O ' BRIEN COMER, ' 44, Jacksonville, Florida; Arts and Sciences and Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Glendy Burke. • AUDLEY CEDRIC CURRAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • M. GERTRUDE CONNOLLY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Spanish Club. FRANCES LAURA DAIX, ' 44, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana; Newcomb; Spanish Club, • EDWIN ROBERT COUSINS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E. • ALICE DALY, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu; Theta Nu; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; Jambalaya; Spanish Club. • MARGUERITE LALLANDE COUSIN, ' 44, Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • EDWIN EUGENE DANNER, JR.. ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Pi; Phi Phi; O. D. K.; President Class (4); Publications Board. • TIMOTHY ALBERT GRAIN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Ameri- can Institute of Chemical Engineers; E. T, A.; Honor Board; Lagniappes; Tulane Student Council; T. U. R. K.; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Chi Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Kappa Delta Phi; President College of Engineering; President Student Council; Chairman Publications Board. • STEPHEN P. DART, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce, Law; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Lagniappes. • HEBER ELMER DARTON, JR., ' 44, Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C; Kappa Sigma; Theta Nu; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; Lagniappes; Taffrail. • RUPERT HAYES CREBBIN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Jambalaya. • HELEN MAE DASPIT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Glee Club; Mathematics Club; Y. W. C. A. • CHARLES WYATT CREGER, ' 44, Cincinnati, Ohio; Arts and Sciences; Sign Chi; Naval R. O. T. C; Glee Club; Operetta; Taffrail. • DAVID DONALD DAVIS. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; A. S. M. E.; E. T. A.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ROY THOMAS CUCULLU, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C; Glee Club; Mathematics Club; Taffrail. • ROBERT EDWARD DAVIS, ' 44; Arts and Sciences; Phi Lambda Kappa. ROY CUCULLU GEORGE CUNNINGHAM, JR. JOYCE CUNNINGHAM AUDLEY CURRAN FRANCES DAIX EDWIN DANNER, JR. STEPHEN DART HEBER DARTON, JR. HELEN DASPIT DAVID DAVIS ALICE DALY ROBERT DAVIS 167] JOSEPH DeLERNO. JR. LAWRENCE DILLON YVONNE DUCKWORTH HORTENSIA DEL MARMOL FRANK DENNIS THEODORE DEXTER MURRAY DILLON ANTOINETTE DINSRANDO WALTER DOELL. JR. NYADA DUE MARIAN DUREAU ELIZABETH DURLAND WALLACE DIBBOLL, JR. BODIE DOUGLAS WILLIAM EASON LUCAS DILEO CAROL DREYFOUS AUGUST EBERLE SENIORS JOSEPH DeLERNO, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E. • HORTENSIA RITA del MARMOL, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. Student stompers take a fast one. • FRANK M. DENNIS, ' 44, Mobile, Alabama; Commerce. • THEODORE HENRY DEXTER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Sigma; Symphony Orchestra. • WALLACE BORN DIBOLL, JR , ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A. S. M E.; E. T. A.; Lagniappes. • LUCAS ANTHONY DiLEO, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • LAWRENCE LOSCH DILLON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; French Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; University Theatre. • MURRAY PATRICIA DILLON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Greenbackers; Jambalaya; Student Council; Publications Board; Newcomb; Editor of Jambalaya. • ANTOINETTE ELENA DINGRANDO, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • WALTER GEORGE DOELL, JR., ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Architectural Engineering; Gargoyle; A Capella Choir; Architectural Society; Glee Club. • BODIE EUGENE DOUGLAS. ■I ' l. New Orle ans, Louisianii; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Sigma. • ROBERT WALDO ENHOLM. ' 47. Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega, • CAROL VERA DREYFOUS. ' ■14, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsrion Phi; International Relations Club. • GORDON OVERTON EWIN. ' 44. N w Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences: Beta Theta Pi; Alpha Alpha Alpha. Phi Phi; Glee Club; Law Review; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail. • YVONNE MARY DUCKWORTH. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Hullabaloo. MICHAEL KENNETH FALLON. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences, • NYADA DUE. ' 44. Franklin. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Spanish Club, • MARIAN DUREAU. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; President Kappa Kappa Gamma. • JOHN WILLIAM FANZ, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Honor Board; Hullabaloo; Intramural Council; Jambalaya; Tulane Student Council; Junior Class President; Senior Class President; Intramural Football; Basketball; Softball; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. • THOMAS JOSEPH F6EHAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E. • ELIZABETH WARNER DURLAND, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • WILLIAM REYNOLDS EASON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C ; Taffrail; Football (4). • PETER MARSHALL FERGUSON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; A. S. M. E ; Alpha Phi Omega; Honor Board; Lagniappes; Naval R O. T. C; Taffrail Club; Y. M. C. A. .• NORMA ZIONA FINEGOLD. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Orcades. • AUGUST HENRY EBERLE, ' 44, Fredericksburg, Texas; Commerce. • INNES GLYNN ELLIS, ' 44, Rayville, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Alpha Sigma Sigma; Honor Board, Newcomb Resident Student Government; Newcomb Student Government; Newcomb Student Council; Y. W. C. A.; Presi- dent Resident Student Gov ernment Association, • BETTY LOUISE FINNEGAN. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Greenbackers; University Theatre; Dance Club. • ALDEN CHEDEL FLINT. ' 44. Baton Rouge. Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E.; Theta Chi. • LOUISE THEDFORD ELLISON. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Eta Sigma Phi; Oreades; Spectators: President Beta Beta Beta; Pyloros; Eta Sigma Phi. • JEAN HIRSH FRANK. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Intramural Council; Intramural Unit Manager; Newcomb Athletic Council; Newcomb Student Council; Chairman Newcomb Athletic Association. VINES ELLIS HOMAS FEEHAN LOUISE ELLISON PETER FERGUSON ROBERT ENHOLM NORMA FINEGOLD GORDON EWIN BETTY FINNEGAN MICHAEL FALLON ALDEN FLINT JOHN FANZ JEAN FRANK (69] CAROL FRASER RICHARD GARRESTON RICHARD GOLDBERG AUGUST FRAZER ELEANOR GATES ELBERTO RUBIO-GOMEZ ROBERT FRITZ EMILIE GAUDET RUTH GOTTESMAN GAUDENZ GADMER MARY GEFFS EDWARD GRAFF ERNEST GAIENNIE, JR. ROGER GEIBEL CAROLYN GRAHAM THOMAS GARBARK DOROTHY GLINKY CHARLES GRAYSON SENIORS • CAROL JEAN FRASER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • AUGUST HENRY FRAZER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; Glendy Burke Society. Ah! It works! • ROBERT J. FRITZ, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; A. I. E. E.; Intramural Softball; Football, Vice-Chairman A. I. E. E.; Secretary Tau Beta Pi. • GAUDENZ GADMER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. Ch. E.; E. T. A. • ERNEST S. GAIENNIE, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; A. I. Ch. E.; E. T. A.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • THOMAS JOSEPH GARBARK, ' 44, Edgewood, Penn sylvania; Arts and Sciences; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Intramural Football, Basketball. • RICHARD PAGE GARRETSON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Zela Beta Tau; A. S. M. E. • ELEANOR GATES, ' 44, Franklin, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Beta Beta Beta; Dance Club. • EMILIE JOSEPHINE GAUDET, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Uni- versity Theatre. [70) • MARY LOUISE SEFFS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Hulla- baloo; Lagniappes; Spectators. • ROGER SCHWERTFEGER GEIBEL, ' 44, Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • DOROTHY MILDRED SLINKY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • CALLENDER FAYSSOUX HADDEN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Law; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Greenbackers; Lagniappes; Pan-Hellenic Council; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. • VIVIAN MANI HAMM, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Sigma Omicron. • RICHARD MIGEL GOLDBERG, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; I. R. C. • ELBERTO GONZALES-RUBIO, ' 44, Barranguilla, Colombia; Engineering; T, S. C. E.; Architectural Society. • RUTH ESTER GOTTESMAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Sigma Sigma; I. R. C; Newcomb Pan-Hellenic; Oreades. • EDWARD DONALD GRAFF, ' 44, New York, New York; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Nu; University Theatre. • CAROLYN GRAHAM, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Alpha Sigma Sigma; Beta Beta Beta; Honor Board; I. R. C; Newcomb Student Government; T. U. R. K.; President of Honor Board. • CHARLES JACKSON GRAYSON, ' 44, Fort Necessity, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Tau Delta; Beta Gamma Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ALMA LOUISE HAMMETT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Alpha Sigma Sigma; Honor Board; Student Council Government; T. U. R. K.; President of Senior Class. • THEO HIRSCH HARVEY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Honor Board; Intramural Council; Lagniappes; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Tulane; Taffrail; T. U. R. K. • HENRY JOSEPH HAYDEL, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Y. M. C. A. • IDAMAY ANN HAYDEN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Campus Night; Cheerleaders; Glee Club; Hullabaloo; T. U. R. K.; Y. W. C. A.; Dance Club. • WILLIAM ALFRED HEAUSLER, JR., ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Alpha Chi Sigma; Band; Greenbackers; Lagniappes: Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Student Center Council; Track Team. • SAMUEL GREEN, ' 44, Albuguerque, New Mexico; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Nu. • WILLAMISE GREEN, ' 44, Mobile, Alabama; Social Work. • RICHARD ARTHUR HEEHS, ' 44, Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; E. T. A.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • MARY JESSIE GUEST, ' 44, Pascagoula, Mississippi; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; • ROBERT GREENE HENDON, JR., ' 44, Birmingham, Alabama; Arts and Sciences Newcomb Resident Student Government; T. U. R. K. (Medical); Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi; Naval R. O. T. C. SAMUEL GREEN IHEO HARVEY WILLAMISE GREEN HENRY HAYDEL MARY GUEST IDAMAY HAYDEN CALLENDER HADDEN VIVIAN HAMM WILLIAM HEAUSLER, JR. RICHARD HEEHS ALMA HAMMETT ROBERT HENDON, JR. 171] THORA HICKERSON EDWARD HOLMES ROBERT JETER. JR. LUCINDA HILL WALTER HOWELL, JR HANS JONASSEN HILDA HIRSCH MARILYN HUBER WELDON JONES JOSEPH HIRSCH WARREN IBELE DANIEL JURAN MABEL HOCHENEDEL PAULINE ILGENFRITZ AURORA KARRER RICHARD HODES WARREN JAHNCKE YVONNE KEEPER SENIORS • THORA HICKERSON, M4, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Signna Onnicron; Y, W. C. A.; Riding Club. • LUCINDA HILL, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Green- backers; Honor Board; Lagniappes. Riddle: coming in or going out? • HILDA EUPHEMIE HIRSCH, ' 44, Fa ette, Mississippi; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • JOSEPH ROTHSCHILD HIRSCH, ' 44. Greenville, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Zelta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon; Greentiackers; Lagnlappes; Naval R. O T C. • MABEL CHAUVIN HOCHENEDEL, ' 44, Houma, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; Assets- Newcomb Athletic Council; T. U. R. K. • RICHARD SAMUEL HODES, ' 44, Miami Beach, Florida; Arts and Sciences (Medical); Phi Delta Epsilon; Sigma Alpha Mu; Army. • EDWARD GERALD HOLMES. ' 44. Nt Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E.; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Softball; Football; Basketball. • WALTER LYALL HOWELL. JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences (Medical); Phi Chi; French Club; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Y. M. C. A.; Army. • MARILYN CELESTE HUBER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; Glee Club; Hullabaloo. • WARREN EDWARD IBELE. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Tau Beta Plii; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R, O. T. C; A, S. M. E.; E. T. A.; Talfrail; T, U. R. K. • BERTRAM SIMON KLE8ANOW, ' 44, Brooklyn. New York; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C; Greonbackers; T. U. R. K.; Intrannural Baioball; Basketball and Tennis. • PAULINE HUDDLESTON ILGENFRITZ. ' 44, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; New- comb; Kappa Alpha Theta, • WARREN ERNEST JAHNCKE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Pi; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Y. M. C A.; Vice-President Junior Class; Football. • ROBERT McLEAN JETER, JR.. 44, Shreveport, Louisiana; Law; Kappa Alpha; Phi Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Law Review; Student Council Tulane; Presi- dent of Law School; Vice-President Tulane Student Council; Editor, Tulane Law Review; Vice-President, Omicron Delta Kappa. • S. LEWIS KOOK. ' 44, Jersey dty. New Jersey; Arts and Sciences; Army; Kappa Nu; Phi Lambda Kappa. • RICHARD WILLIAM KRAMER. •44. Jennings. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Army; Phi Chi. • JACK KUSHNER, ' 44. Brooklyn. New York; Arts and Sciences; Army; Kappa Nu; Phi Lambda Kappa. • HANS BOEGH JONASSEN. Havgesund. Norway; Graduate School, Arts and Sciences; Honor Board; Student Council Tulane; Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; President of Graduate School; Publication Board. • WELDON RAYMOND JONES, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Pi. • JOSEPH JOHN KYAME, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • JACCPUELINE JOAN LABRY. ' 44. Shreveport. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Beta PI; Alpha Sigma Sigma; Campus Night Chairman; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Hullabaloo; Lagnlappes; Newcomb Student Government; Pan-Hellenic Council; Student Council; Newcomb; Homecoming Court (1942); Who ' s Who; Classical Club; Soph-Junior Dance Committee. • DANIEL BENJAMIN JURAN. ' 43. Houston, Texas; Commerce; Tau Delta Phi; Naval R. O. T. C. • AURORA KARRER. ' 43. Washington, D. C; Newcomb; Glee Club. • YVONNE M. KEEPER, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce. • MAURICE KHOURT, ' 44, Bastrop, Louisiana; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; Naval R. O. T. C. • • HERBERT HEINRICH LAND, JR., ' 44, Monroe, Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; Gargoyle; Architectural Society. • GRACE VERNON LAUER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Social Work. • JOHN WILLIAM LAWRENCE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Gar- goyle; Architectural Society; E. T. A EVELYN KING. ' 44. Tupelo. Mississippi; Newcomb; Chi Omega; I. R. C. • KATHERINE de VILLENEUVE LeBLANC. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; New comb; PI Beta Phi; Omicron Mu Kappa. vlAURICE KHOURT JOSEPH KYAME EVELYN KING JACQUELINE LABRY BERTRAM KLEBANOW HERBERT LAND, JR LEWIS KOOK GRACE LAUER RICHARD KRAMER JOHN LAWRENCE JACK KUSHNER KATHERINE LeBLANC (73 1 m0 OWEN LeBLANC CORA LEVINE GEORGE LONG ROBERT LeBLANC. Ill MILTON LEVIT MADELYN LULICH JAMES LEES ALLISON LEVY JOSEPH LUPO MYRL LENFANT JERRY LIDDELL INA MADDEN THAIA LEOPOLD RICHARD LIEURANCE MAC MALLARY RALPH LEVEY, JR. SAMUEL LOGAN NELSON MANOV ITZ SENIORS Waiting for a reaction, Bub? • OWEN VINCENT LeBLANC. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; A. S. C. E.; E. T. A.; Taffrail. • ROBERT EDMOND LeBLANC, III, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Electrical En- gineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Tau Beta Pi; A. I. E. E.; E. T. A.; Honor Board; Taffrail; President Senior Class; Chairman A. 1. E. E.; Secretary Tau Beta Pi; Member Louisiana Engineering Society; Tulane Publications Board. • JAMES KINLER LEES, ' 44, Jacl sonville, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Theta Kappa Psi; Naval R. O. T. C; Glee Club. • MYRL MARIE LENFANT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Oreades; Y. W. C. A. • THAIA BEATRICE LEOPOLD. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Eta Sigma Phi; Oreades. • RALPH POKORNY LEVEY. JR.. ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E.; Pan-Hellenic Council. • CORA ALICE LEVINE. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu; Theta Nu; Campus Night; Hullabaloo (Associate Editor); Lagniappes (Sec- retary); T.U.R.K.; University Theatre; Secretary Phi Mu; Vice-President Theta Nu; Student Center Council Vice-President; T. C. V. X.; Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class. • MILTON HARRIS LEVIT, ' 43, Houston. Texas; Commerce; Tau Delta Phi; Naval R. O. T. C. • ALLISON MARX LEVY, ' I ' l, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E, E.; • CAROLYN MARSHALL, ' 44, Bay S). Louis, Mississippi; Newcomb; Pi Beta A. S. M. E.; Band; E. T. A.; Honor Board; Taffrail; Vice-President Senior Class. Phi; Omicron Mu Kappa; Art Club. • JERRY ALYCE LIDDELL, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma • HELEN MAE MARSCHALL, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron; Lagnlappes; Pan-Hellenic Council; Student Council Newcomb; Y. W. Omicron Pi; Art Club; Honor Board; Newcomb Student Government; Pan-Hellenic C. A., President. Council; Student Council Newcomb; President of Newcomb Art School. • RICHARD EDWARD LIEURANCE, ' 44, Amarillo, TeKas; Arts and Sciences; • WILLIAM SHERMAN MARSHALL, JR., ' 44, Leon, Kansas; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Hullabaloo Representative for Freshman Medical Class. Theta Kappa Psi. • SAMUEL LOGAN. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Chi; « FRANCES VIRGINIA MAXWELL, ' 44, Abilene, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Kappa Delta Phi; Army; Greenbackers. Pi; Art Club. • GEORGE LONG, ' 44, Greenville, Mississippi; Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E. • MADELYN ROSE LULICH, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JOSEPH D. LUPO, ' 44, Independence, Louisiana; Commerce; Gamma lota; Phi Delta Phi. • INA CLAIRE MADDEN, ' 44, Arcadia, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Jambalaya; Operetta. • MAC CAMPBELL MALLARY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta Pi; Band; Symphony Orchestra; Naval R. O. T. C. • CLARE JOY MAYER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; University Theatre. • FRANK VALENTINE MAYER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Rho Sigma; Army; Y. M. C, A. • CAROLYN C. McEWAN, ' 44. Port Arthur. Texas; Social Work. • EDWARD RUSSELL MEADOWS, ' 44, Birmingham, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi. • JULIA ROSS MEEL, ' 44, Columbia, Tennessee; Social Work. • NELSON MANOWITZ, ' 44, Jersey City, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences; Phi Lambda Kappa; Army. • MARLOW SCHMINKE MILLER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • MARIE BAUDEON MARQUER, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta. • MARY HERRON MITCHELL. ' 44, Nashville, Tennessee; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Omicron Mu Kappa; Art Club; Hullabaloo; Resident Student Government, New- comb. MARIE MARQUER CAROLYN MARSHALL HELEN MARSCHALL WILLIAM MARSHALL, JR. FRANCES MAXWELL CLARE MAYER FRANK MAYER CAROLYN McEWAN EDWARD MEADOWS JULIA MEEL MARLOW MILLER MARY MITCHELL 175] KATHLEEN MIZE ROSEMARY MULLER JOHN McGRAW, JR. ROBERT MONTGOMERY NORRIS MURPHY JEWEL McKEE, JR. ANNE MOORE HARRY MURRAY, JR. WILLIAM McLANE JOHN MOSER HOWARD McAFEE JOHN McCLELLAN HERBERT MOSKOWITZ JOHN McCarthy MABEL McMURRAY JOHN MUHLEISEN MARY McCONNELL JESSE McNEIL, JR. SENIORS KATHLEEN DALE MIZE. ' 44, SuHport, Mississippi; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • ROBERT McPEAKE MONTGOMERY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C; Phi Kappa Sigma; Alpha Chi Signna. Surprised? • ANNE THIDA MOORE, : ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • JOHN FREDERICK MOSER, ' 44, Atlanta Georgia; Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E.; E. T. A.; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Foot- ball, Softball, Basketball. • HERBERT LEON MOSKOWITZ. ' 44, Flatbush, New Yorli; Arts and Sciences; Army; Kappa Nu; • JOHN PAUL MUHLEISEN, ' 41, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Beta Mu. • ROSEMARY CLAIRE MULLER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • NORRIS MARY MURPHY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council; University Theatre. • HARRY KEYES MURRAY, JR., ' 43, Vicksburg, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Phi; Lagniappes; Nava ' R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Intramurals; Football. 176 1 • HOWARD CARY McAFEE. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A Ca- pelld Choir. • JOHN LAWRENCE McCARTHY. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arls and Sciences; Theta Nu; Campus Night; Hullabaloo; Lagniappes; Taffrail; University Theatre, • MARY ELIZABETH McCONNELL. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newconnb; Chi Omega. • JOHN McGRAW. JR., ' 44, Lake Charles. Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Phi; A. I of Ch. E.; E. T. A.; Honor Board; Lagni- appes; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U, R. K.; White Elephants; Secretary-Treasurer Engineering Student Body; Pan-Hellenic Chairman; President Delta Tau Delta. • JEWEL CHESTER McKEE. JR.. ' 44. State College. Mississippi; Engineering; Sigma Chi; Tau Beta Pi; A. I. E. E. • WILLIAM LEE McLANE. JR.. ' 44. Charlotte. North Carolina; Law; Delta Sigma Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Honor Board; Lagniappes; Pan-Hel- lenic Council; Taffrail; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Track; Captain of Track Team; Vice-President of Law School Student Body; President of Omicron Delta Kappa. • JOHN ALLEN McCLELLAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Law; Beta Theta Pi; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Honor Board. • MABEL CLAIRE McMURRAY, ' 44. High Point, North Carolina; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; University Theatre. • JESSE McNeil, jr., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Pi. • FRANK SIMON NORMANN. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R, K.; Varsity Golf Team, ' 43; Pan-Hellenic Golf Team; Pan-Hellenic Baseball; Phi Delta Theta. • CARL J, NYMAN, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Phi Omega; Alpha Chi Sigma. • MERLIN MAURICE OHMER. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Physics Club. • STANLEY JEROME ORLOFF, ' 44. BrooHyn. New York; Medicine; Lagniappes; Kappa Nu. • WILLIAM CECIL OWEN. JR.. ' 44. Clewislon. Florida; Law; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Intramural Council; Jambalaya. ' 42, ' 43. ' 44; Moot Court Board; Naval R. O. T, C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail; White Elephants; Associate Editor. Jambalaya, ' 43; Associate Director. Intramural Council, ' 44; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities; Class President; Freshman Law; Honor Council Law, • BESSIE PAILET. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb, ' 44; Phi Sigma Sigma; Pan-Hellenic Council. • CHRISTINE E. PARIS. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Operetta; Alpha Delta Pi. • JOSEPH JOHN PARPAL. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Engineers ' Technilogical Atelier; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JANET CLARE NEUHAUSER, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • WARREN JOHN NOLAN, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Architecture; Archi- tectural Society; Engineers ' Technilogical Atelier; Naval R. O. T. C; Oratorical and Debating Club; Taffrail; Varsity Track ' 42, ' 43; Phi Phi; Delta Sigma Phi. • LAURENCE PATRICK PASQUIER. ' 44. Shreveport, Louisiana; Engineering; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Alpha Chi Sigma. • THOMAS ALEXANDER PATRICK. JR.. ' 44. Fayetteville. Tennessee; Medicine; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi. ANET NEUHAUSER WARREN NOLAN VILLIAM OWEN. JR. BESSIE PAILET FRANK NORMANN CHRISTINE PARIS CARL NYMAN JOSEPH PARPAL MERLIN OHMER STANLEY ORLOFF LAURENCE PASQUIER THOMAS PATRICK, JR. 177] WILLIAM PATTON MARION PICINICH HERBERT PURSELL. JR. RALPH PELTON JACK POU NIGEL RAFFERTY CHALIN PEREZ THOMAS POULOS RICHARD RAGSDALE, JR. ELLEONORA PERRILLIAT JOHN PRITCHARD LOUISE RAMONEDA LOUISE PETERMAN SIDNEY PROVENSAL, JR. LOUIS RAMOS SHIRLEY PIC WARD PURDUM WILLIAM RA5C0 SENIORS • WILLIAM THOMAS PATTON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Thcta Pi; Phi Chi; Beta Mu. • RALPH E. PELTON, ' 44, Houston. Texas; Commerce; Band; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Between-class pause. • CHALIN OCTAVE PEREZ, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; T. U. R. K.; White Elephants; Sigma Chi. • ELLEONORA MOSS PERRILLIAT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; A Capella Choir; Lagniappes; Newcomb Student Government; Operetta; Pan-Hel- lenic Council; Student Council, Tulane; Student Council, Newcomb; T. U. R. K.; President of Newcomb Student Government Association; Secretary of Tulane Stu- dent Council; Kappa Alpha Theta. • LOUISE BELL PETERMAN, ' 44, Alexandria. Louisiana; Newcomb Jambalaya; Newcomb Resident Student Government; University Theatre; Chairman of Newcomb Student Lecture Series; Homecoming Court; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • SHIRLEY EILEEN PIC, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; University Theatre; Zeta Tau Alpha; National Collegiate Players. • MARION JAMES PICINICH, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Theta Kappa Psi. • JACK WENDELL POU, ' 44, Shreveport, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi. 176 1 • THOMAS NICK POULOS, ' 44, Winnsboro. Louisiana; Engineering; Architectural Society. • JOHN EARL PRITCHARD. ' 44. Oak Park, Illinois; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Phi Phi; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council. • CALISTA RAULT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newconnb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Alpha Sigma Sigma; Theta Nu; Assets; Greenbackers; Hullabaloo; Newcomb Stu- dent Government; Student Council, Newcomb; Lagniappes. • STAIGG GEORGE RAY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Thirteen Club, • SIDNEY WILLIAM PROVENSAL, JR., ' 44; Slidell, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Greenbackers; Jambalaya; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. RAY RAYTOOLANE, JR., ' 42, Hosstroff, Texas; School of Soc ial V ork; t ath Club. • WARD CUMBERLAND PURDUM, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E. • THEO TODD REBOUL, III, ' 44, Hatliesburg, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T, C; President of Taffrail; Omicron Delta Kappa. • HERBERT PALFREY PURSELL, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E.; Greenbackers; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Naval R. O. T. C; Rifle Team; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Alpha Chi Sigma; Operetta. • COURTNEY RETTSER, ' 44, Memphis, Tennessee; Social Work; Alpha Omicron Pi; President of Tulane School of Social Work. • NIGEL EWING RAFFERTY, ' 44, Pass Christian, Mississippi; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi; Greenbackers. • CLARENCE GEORGE REUTHER, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E. • RICHARD WARREN RAGSDALE, JR., ' 44, Arts and Sciences. , • LOUISE MARY RAMONEDA, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Hullabaloo. • LOUIS EUGENE RAMOS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Lagniappes; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Football; Class Secretary-Treasurer ' 44. • JUNE ROSE ROEPE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; A Capella Choir (President); Campus Night; Glee Club; Honor Board; Newcomb Orchestra; Operet- ta; Student Council, Newcomb; President of Newcomb School of Music. • MARY ANN ROGERS, ' 44. Corinth, Mississippi; Tulane College of Social Work. • RUTH NATALIE ROSEN, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Sigma Sigma; I. R. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Oreades; Vice-President Beta Beta Beta. • WILLIAM ALLEN RASCO, ' 44, Brownsville, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Intra- mural Boxing, Football. Wrestling. Baseball. • ROBERT EUGENE RATELLE, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; A Capella Choir; Hullabaloo; Symphony Orchestra President; Y. M. C. A. • LOUIS JOSEPH ROSENBOHM, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Civil Engineering; A. S. C. E. • NORMA FAY ROSENSON, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. ROBERT RATELLE CALISTA RAULT CLARENCE REUTHER. JR. JUNE ROEPE STAIGG RAY MARY ROGERS RAY RAYTOOLANE, JR. RUTH ROSEN THEO REBOUL, III LOUIS ROSENBOHM COURTNEY RETTGER NORMA ROSENSON [79] SHIRLEY ROSS MARIE SCHIELE BETSY SCHUCHAT HERBERT ROTHENBERG GEORGANNE SCHMIDT OTHO SCHUMANN LLOYD ROUX NOLA SCHMITT GEORGE SCHWARTZ CLARA SAUNDERS DOROTHY SCHNEIDER RALPH SCHWARZ KATHERINE SAUNDERS EDWARD SCHNEIDER BETTY SCOTT MARION 5CHEXNAYDRE SELMA SCHONBRUN DOROTHY SCOTT SENIORS Let ' s get the right jumper, now. • SHIRLEY LENNOX ROSS. ' 44, Monroe, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences: Theta Nu; Hullabaloo. • HERBERT ROTHENBERG, ' 43, Newark, New Jersey; Sigma Alpha Mu; Band; Campus Night; Lagniappes; Pan-Hellenic Council; Symphony Orchestra; University Theatre. • LLOYD JOSEPH ROUX, ■44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Science; Kappa Delta Pi; French Club; Mathematics Club. • CLARA JULIE SAUNDERS, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club; Newcome Student Government; President of Pan-Hellenic Council; Student Council, Newcomb. « KATHERINE L. SAUNDERS, ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Ch! Omega; Greenbackers; Jambalaya; Newcomb Associate Editor; Student Council; Newcomb. • MARION MARIE SCHEXNAYDRE, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. MARIE LOUISE SCHIELE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb, • GEORGANNE CAROLINE SCHMIDT, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Spanish Club; Dance Club; Y. W. C. A. [80 1 • NOLA MAE SCHMITT, ' M, New Orleiins, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Greenbaclters; Laqniappes. • BEN MOORE SEELBINDER, ' 44, Cleveland. Mississippi; Acts and Sciences; Glee Club; Mathematics Club. • DOROTHY ELIZABETH SCHNEIDER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y W. C. A.; Riding Club. • THOMAS BENTON SELLERS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C. • EDWARD LOUIS SCHNEIDER. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E. EMILE SAUTER SHERRARD, ' 43. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • SELMA SCHONBRUN, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; University Theatre. • RALPH FRANCIS SHIRER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega, • BETSY SCHUCHAT, ' 44, Baltimore, Maryland; Social Work, • AUDREY RUTH SHUBERT, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Sigma Omicron, • OTHO DOUGLAS SCHUMANN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; I. R. C; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; University Theatre. • IRVING SCHULMAN, ' 44, Bayonne, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences; Phi Lambda Kappa • GEORGE SCHWARTZ, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Sciences; Phi Lambda Kappa. • ARTHUR JEROME SILVERMAN, ' 44, New York City, New York; Arts and Sciences; Phi Lambda Phi • RALPH J. SCHWARZ, ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; Law; Zeta Beta Tau; Glee Club; I. R. C; Law Review; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • KATHERINE SIMMONS, ' 44, Birmingham, Alabama; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta- Beta Beta Beta; Newcomb Resident Student Government. • BETTY GRACE SCOTT, ' 44, Solomons, Maryland; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Jambalaya; Newcomb Resident Student Government. • JAMES KING SIMPSON, ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: A. S. C. E.; Y. M. C. A.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. DOROTHY HYATT SCOTT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • ANNA MAE SINGER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • GEORGE ARTHUR SEAVER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; E. T. A.; A. S. C. E.; White Elephants. • MERRIL FRANCES SMITH, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Eta Sigma Phi; Oreades. SEORGE SEAVER BEN SEELBINDER IRVING SCHULMAN ARTHUR SILVERMAN THOMAS SELLERS KATHERINE SIMMONS EMILE SHERRARD JAMES SIMPSON RALPH SHIRER ANNA SINGER AUDREY SHUBERT MERRIL SMITH [81] RUTH SMITH ROBERT STUART ALTON THEARD WILLIAM ST. CLAIR SARA SUGG JOSEPH TRAUTMAN CHARLES 5TEIDTMANN ADOLPH SUHREN KATHERINE VERLANDER YVONNE STOHLMAN ROBERT SWAYNE, JR. BURTON WADE SAMUEL STOKES LAWRENCE TABOR CHARLES WASSERMAN MALCOLM ST0U5E JAMES TALIFERRO SUYTON WATKINS SENIORS A swimming we will go . . . Ha! • RUTH ALLEN SMITH, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Hullabaloo; Jambaiaya; University Theatre; La Terfulia National Collegiate Players. • WILLIAM EDWARD ST. CLAIR, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Recorder of Alpha Chi Sigma; Glendy Burke; Naval R. O. T. C; Taflrail; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. • CHARLES EDWARD STEIDTMANN, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A. I, of E. E. • YVONNE ROSE STOHLMAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • SAMUEL JOSEPH STOKES, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. C. E.; Y. W. C. A. • MALCOLM RENSHAW STOUSE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail. • ROBERT WARREN STUART, ' 44, Texarkana, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • SARA HARRIET SUGG. ' 44. Birmingham, Alabama; Newcomb; Art Club; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • ADOLPH CHARLES SUHREN, ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; E. T. A.; Greenbackers; Lagniappes; Naval R, O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. 182 1 • ROBERT JOHN SWAYNE, JR., ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; (Mechanical) En- gineering; A. S M. E.; Alpha Phi Omega; Lagniappes; Naval R. O. T. C; Taff- rail. • LAWRENCE IRA TABOR, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York. • MORRIS JACOB WEISLER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Nu; Phi Delta Epsilon; Beta Mu. • MARION WELLFORD, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigrra; E. T. A.; Glee Club; Naval R. O, T. C; Taftrail; Grcenbackers, HAMPTON TALIFERRO, ' 44, Tarry, Arkansas; Arts and Sciences; • THOMAS CAREY WICKER, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Pi Kappa • JAMES Kappa Sigma Kappa; Y. M. C. A. Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffraii; Pan-Hellenic Council, • ALTON JOHN THEARD, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Base- ball, Varsity. • SHIRLEY MAY WIEDERECHT, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu- Honor Board; Newcomb Student Government. • JOSEPH TRAUTMAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Naval R, O. T. C; Taffraii; Football. • STEWART McSHEE WILLIAMS. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Intramural Unit Manager. • KATHERINE VIOLA VERLANDER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta WALTER LEONARD WOODS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Glendy Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A.; Riding Club. Burke; Naval R. O T. C; Taffraii. • BURTON LA COUR WADE, ' 44, St. Joseph, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu; Platoon Commander. • ROBERT WOOLEY, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • CHARLES FELIX WASSERMAN, ' 44. New York, New York; Arts and Sciences; Phi Lambda Kappa. • JANET WORRELL, ' 43. Washington, D. C; Commerce. • GEORGE WYLIE WYATT. ' 44, Amarillo, Texas; Arts and Science; Danre Band. • GUYTON HAMPTON WATKINS, ' 44, New Iberia, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Glendy Burke; Y. M C. A.; Treasurer, Y. M. C. A., ' 43; Editor- in-Chief of The Wave. • MARION JUANITA ZEVELY, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Honor Board. • DOLORES VIRGINIA WATTS, ' 44; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Eta Sigma Phi; Oreades; Y. W. C. A. • LEONARD L. ZINKER, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Sciences; Phi Lambda Kappa. DOLORES WAHS WALTER WOODS MORRIS WEISLER ROBERT WOOLEY MARION WELLFORD JANET WORRELL THOMAS WICKER GEORGE WYATT SHIRLEY WIEDERECHT MARION ZEVELY STEWART WILLIAMS LEONARD ZINKER [83] UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • ROBERT JEFFERSON ABBOTT, JR.. ' 45. Baton Rouge. Loutsidtia; Enqineermg; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • EDWARD RUSSELL ABERNATHY. ' 47. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Engineering, • ELIZABETH ANN AIJIAN. ' 47. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W, C. A. • FRANCIS BERYE ALAYNICK, ' 47. Chicago. Illi- nois; Newcomb; Glee Club. • ROSALIE KNOST AMBLER. ' 46, Pass Christian. Mississippi; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Assets; Newcomb Athletic Council. • POLLY JANE AMIS. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb, • REBECCA DENTY ABERNATHY. ' 47, Pulaski. Ten- nessee • LYLEN LOUISE ALBRECHT. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • ALBERTA LOIS AMOTT. ' 47. Nashville. Tennessee; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • LUCIE LEE ABRAMSON. ' 47, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Campus Night; " Jambalaya. " • EDWARD LANE ALDERMAN. ' 47. Wartrace, Ten- nessee; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • SYLVIA RUTH AMSTERDAM. ' 47. Brooklyn. New York; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • MARSHALL ELLIOH ADAMS. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi. • HINDON TRUITT ADKISON, ' 45, Hickory. Missis- sippi; Engineering. • CAROL HELEN ADISER. ' 46. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • JOHNNY LEE ADKISSON. Savannah, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. • SOLOMON EDWARD ADLER. JR.. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • SHIRLEY CLAU AHTEN. ' 47. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • MAY BOAGM ALDISE. ' 47. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • EMILE ALITO. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Mathematics Club. • WALTER FREDERICK ALLAIRE, ' 46. Chicago. Illi- nois; Engineering. • GEORGE ALLEN. JR.. ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; University Theater. • JEANNE LEE ALLISON, ' 47. El Reno, Oklahoma; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • GEORGE HOWARD AMANN, JR., ' 44. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Pi; Alpha Phi Omega; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • EVELYN I. ANDERSON. ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Y. W. C. A.; University Theater. • JOHN ANTHONY ANDREWS. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • SAMUEL HENRY ANDREWS, ' 45, Citronelle, Ala- bama; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • FRED GEORGE ANEPOHL. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; Newman Club; A. I. of Ch. E.; Glee Club; Operetta. • ANDREW ROY ANTICICH, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E. • WELHELMINE ETHEL ARAGON, ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. I 84 I The Dean enjoys a joke. FIRST COLUMN • NATALIE RAY ARBOGAST, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • EDGAR FRANCIS ARBOUR, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Chi, • HENRY HERMAN ARMSTRONG, ' 46, Birmingham, Alabama; Arts and Sciences. • JANE FRANCES ARMSTRONG, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • ALANSON JAMES ARNOLD, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Mathematics Club. • EDWARD HENRY ARNOLD, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiara; Engineering. • LEONARD DAVID ARONSON, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Glee Club. • ADOLFO JOSE ARROCHA, ' 46, Panama City, Panama; Arts and Sciences; Phi lota Alpha. • CHARLOTTE MORSE ASHLEY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Law; Kappa Alpha Theta; Lagniappes; Moot Court Board; Oreades. • SAMUEL D. ASHON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. SECOND COLUMN BASIL ERIC ATKINSON, JR., ' 46. Lufkin, Texas; Ar+s and Sciences; Kaopa Sigma. O THEO DUNWOODY BAARS, JR., " 45. Pensacola. Florida; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. O GEORGE MICHAEL BACCICH. ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineering; Kappa Alpha; A. S. M. E.; E r A.; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. O EMIIY FLORENCE BADT. ' 46. Shreveport, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Art Club; Assets; Greenbackers; I. R. C; Jennie Nixon De- bating. o ROBERT EDWARD BAEHLER. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • BETTY STUART BOETJER. ' 47. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • RICHARD LUCAS BAGNETTO. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Mu. • LORRAINE BAHAN, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • CHARLOTTE WASHINGTON BAKER, " 47. Atlanta, Georgia; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club. • HERBERT LEE BAKER, ' 47. Shreveport. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. THIRD COLUMN • KATHERINE CAFFERY BAKER. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; " Jambalaya. " • MARGARET ELIZABETH BAKER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta. • BEATRICE J. BALDINGER. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club. • LOUISE GAYLE BALDINGER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • RAYMOND EDWARD BALL, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JOSEPH WILLIAM BALMER, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma; White Elephants. • ALBERT A. BALTAZOR, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Sigma Pi; A. I. E. E ; A. S. M. E.; Greenbackers. • GORDON SAMUEL BANGS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • BERT PRESTON BANNISTER, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Rifle Team, • JUNE CHARLOTTE BARKERDING. ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club; Newman Club; Spanish Club. t I 35 I UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • LORAINt BARLOW. ' 45, CaMisle. Kentucky; So- cial Work, • GEORGE CLARENCE BATTALORA. ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • ADRIAN CARL BENJAMIN. JR., ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • WALTER BARNA, ' 44, Clifton, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences; A. I. E. E. • BETir JEAN BAUCUM. ' 47, Haynesville, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • DOROTHY ADELE BENJAMIN. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; I. R. C. • JAMES WILLIAM BARNES. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A. I. E. E.; E. T. A.; Intramural Council; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Class President. • LESLIE Y. BARNETTE. JR.. ' 46. Shreveport. Lou- isiana; Commerce. • JOHN UEBER BARR. JR.. ' 44. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • DORALIE CHARLOTTE BARRAS. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Dance Club; Y. W. C. A. • MAi Y RUSSELL BARRET. ' 45. Charlotte. North Carolina; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Greenbackers; Class Secretary (3). • MARY F. BARRETT. ' 44, Fort Worth. Texas; Social Work. • ROBERT HOPKINS HARTLEY. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; A, S, C. E. • HENRY H. BATE, JR.. ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; Lagniappes; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • INEZ BAUCUM, ' 45, Sulphur, Oklahoma; Social Work. • WILLIAM PHILIP BEATROUS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • MAXINE BEAVERS, ' 45, Broken Bow, Oklahoma; Social Work. • JACQUELINE LOUISE BECK, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; French Club; " Jambalaya " ; Operetta; University Theater; Y. W, C. A. 9 JAMES DAUGHTY BECK, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • MICHEL A. BECNEL. ' 44. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; A. I. E. E. • HENRY DENMARK BELL, ' 47, Nashville, Tennes- see; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • SHIRLEY ANN BELL. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; University Theater; Y. W. C. A. • CLORA MAE BENNEH. ' 46. Beaumont. Texas; Engineering. • ILENE BENNETT. ' 45, Pittsburg. Kansas; New- comb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; University Theater. • CATHERINE BENSABAT. ' 45. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club. • ROBIN DALE BERCKES. ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. • CLARA LOUISE BERNARD. ' 45, New Iberia, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • BETTY BERRY. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; New- comb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; University Theater; Y. W. C. A. • MARGIE RUTH BERRY. ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; University Theater; Y. W. C. A. • LEONA BERSADSKY, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. 1 66) That payllne again. FIRST COLUMN • FRANK JOSEPH BERTUCCI, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Pi. • MAILAND BLAIR BEVILL, ' 46, Haynesville, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Operetta. • GLORIA MARIE BICOCCHI, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb. • CAROL BIERHORST, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; University Theatre; Dance Club. • CARROLL RUPERT BIGHAM, ' 45, Paris, Tennessee; Art: and Sciences. • JOHN REUBEN BISE, III, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " • LOYAL RAY BLACKWOOD, ' 47, Gadsden, Ala- bama; Arts and Sciences. • CHARLENE MARIE BLAIR, ' 46, Orange, Texas; Newcomb; Art Club. • ARCHIE BUTTON BLAND, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Nava! R O. T. C; Taffrail. • HERBERT HENRY BLEULER, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. SECOND COLUMN • JAMES BUCHANAN BLITCH, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • JOHN INNERARITY BLYTHE. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • HELEN BOARD, ' 45, Bowling Green, Kentucky; Social Work. • HENRY MAYER BOATNER, ' 47, Franklin, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • WILLIAM IRA BOBO, ' 46, Ringgold, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • HERMAN LAMAR BOESE, ' 45, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. • ROBERT RUDOLPH BOESE, ' 47, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • ROGER MILTON BOH, JR., ' 46, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • ALBERT MARTIN BOLTON, ' 46, Alexandria, Lou- isiana; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • HOLLIS C. BONDS, ' 44, Jackson, Mississippi; Commerce. THIRD COLUMN • ANNE BONHAM, ' 46, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Chi Omega; Glee Club; Newcomb Resident Student Government; Student Center Council. • MADELEINE BOSE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Assets; Glee Club; Symphony Orchestra (Vice-President); Y. W. C. A. • PAUL TALMA BOSTON, ' 45, Shamcock, Texas; Commerce; Glee Club. • CONRAD OSCAR BOSTROM, ' 46, Harahan, Lou- isiana; Engineering: Theta Xi (L. S. U.). • LUKE MARTIAL BOUDREAUX, JR., ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences, • BONNIE JEAN BOURG, ' 47, Houma, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • CONRAD ANTHONY BOURGEOIS, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce. • HARRY W. BOURGEOIS, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; A. I. Ch. E.; Band; Mathematics Club. • MAURICE TOBIAS BOURGEOIS, ' 46. Westwego, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E. • DONALD ARTHUR BOUSQUET, ' 47. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. V y - ' M ; i [87] UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • SAM ALBERT BOZEMAN. JR.. ' 45, Haynesville, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Y. M. C. A. • DONALD MUIR BRADBURN. ■44, New Orleai.s, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • FRANK PEARCE BRADBURN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta PI; Glee Club; Naval R O. T. C; Operetta; Tattrail. • IAN MUIR BRADBURN, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Ttieta Pi. • ANNIE JESS BRABSON, ' 44, Maryville, Tennes- see; Social Work. • ROSEMARY FEW BRANCH, ' 47, Little Rock, Ar kansas; Newcomb. • KATHERINE LESLIE BRASH, ' 45, Gulfport, Mis- sissippi; Law. • MARY EVELYN BRASH, ' 45, Gulfport, Mississippi; Newcorr b. • GOLDIE FAYE BREEN, ' At, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • JOYCE BRENER, ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • HAROLD ADAMS BRES, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C: Taffrail; Rifle Team. • STANLEY MARION BRESSLER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Nu; Glendy Burke; I. R. C. • BETTIE B. BREWSTER, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club. • LEILA BRIDGER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb: Phi Mu; Y. W. C. A. • MAY BRIDGER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • BETTY JANE BROCK, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • MIRIAM BROWDER, ' 47, Fulton, Kentucky; New- comb; Chi Omega. • GLORIA ANNE BROWN, ' 45, Springfield, Illi- nois; Newcomb; Alpha Epsllon Phi; A Capella Choir; Assets; Glee Club; Newcomb Resident Student Gov- ernment; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council. • JULES D, BROWN, ' 44, Pass Christian, Mississippi; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • LOUIS JOSEPH BROWN, JR., ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; Honor Board; White Elephants. e JOI- ' N STORRIE BROWNING, ' 44, Pawnee, Okla- homa; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. • JAMES WILLIAM BROWNSON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; Honor Board, Intramural Council; " Jambalaya " ; Class Presi- dent (I); Football Manager (1). • DOROTHY MARGUERITE BRUNET, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Delta Pi; Honor Board; Lagniappes. • MALCOLM JAMES BRUNET, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E.; A. S. M. E. • NORMAN GEORGE BRUNNER, ' 47, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Nu; " Hulla- baloo. " • BENJAMIN SIMON BRUPBACKER, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; A. S. M. E. • EDWARD LORIMER BRYAN-TURNER, ' 45. San- turce, Puerto Rico; Arts and Sciences; 1. R. C; Symphony Orchestra. • HENRY JOHN BRYER, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; A. I. E. E.; Taffrail Club. • ROBERT HENDERSON BRYSON, ' 45, Union City, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • IRENE RATCLIFF BUCHANAN, ' 44, Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. (88 1 Whaf, Grain, no coat!! FIRST COLUMN • JANE BUCHANAN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • EDWARD AYLETTE BUCKNER, JR , ' 45, Tallulah, Louisiana: Commerce; Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C. A. • BETTY BUERKLE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • EDWIN PHILIP BULTMAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; PhJ Kappa Sigma. • LEON DAWKINS BULTMAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; T. U. R. K.; White Elephants (i). • HERBERT WILLIAM BUNDESEN, ' 46, Petaluma, California; Arts and Sciences. • VIRGINIA HOMEYER BURCK, ' 45, Covington, Louisiana; Social Work, • ARTHUR PEMBERTON BURDON, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Phi Omega; Band; Beta Mu; Honor Board; Symphony Orchestra. O JOAN BURGUIERES, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • JOHN JOSEPH BURKE, ' 47, Pittsburgh, Penn- sylvania; Engineering. SECOND COLUIvIN • LLOYD GEORGE BURKENSTOCK, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Y, M. C. A. • LOUIS GARLAND BURKES, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C; Tatfrail. • CATHERINE BURNS, ' 45, New Orleans; New- comb; Chi Omega; Assets; Lagnlappes, • EDMOND BIET BURNS, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering. • HARRY EDWARD BURNS, JR., ' 45, Neptune Beach, Florida; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JAMES THOMPSON BURNS, JR., Covington, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • ELGIE LEE BURRUS, ' 45, Merigold, Mississippi; Engineering; Sigma Chi. a MARION CLARE BYRNE, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Assets; T. U, R. K • ROSARY B. BYRNE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Lagnlappes; Newman Club. • LYDIA r. CAFFERY, ' 47, Franklin, Louisiana; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi. THIRD COLUMN • KATHERINE SHIRLEY CAFIERO. ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Art Club; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • JOYCE MARIE CAIRE, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • JAMES ANTHONY CALCAGNO, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • LENORE LYON CALDWELL, ' 45, Birmingham, Alabama; Ne wcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Resident Student Government. • MARGARET MARY CALI, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • GERARD F. CALL, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. • JERRY C CAMBIAS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Intramural Baseball; Intramural Football. • SEYMOUR CAMBIAS, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E.; Glee Club; Mathematics Club; Y. M. C. A. • MARY VIRGINIA CAMPBELL, ' 45, Chattano:gj, Tennessee; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • THOMAS MARK CAMPBELL, ' 44, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsllon. V 189] UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • MAUD EILEEN CARDWELL, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newconnb; 2eta Tau Alpha, • CLYDE STANLEY CATHA, ' At, Baton Rouge, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • LESTER EMILE CHARBONNET, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. • JERROLD LANIER CARPENTER, ' 45, Denham Springs, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrall. • ROLAND POLK CARREKER, JR.. ' 46, Birmingham, Alabama: Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. • ROSEMARY ELIZABETH CARRERE, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Swimming Club. • WALTER CARROLL, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; " Jamba- • DOROTHY ALICE CARRUTH, ' 47, Memphis, Ten- nessee; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • EMMA DOROTHY CARTER, ' 44, Dallas, Texas; Social Work. • EDWARD AUSTIN CARY, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • JANE ALLEN CASSIDY, ' 46, Shelbyville, Ken- tucky; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A. • RODOLFO CHACON, ' 47, Heredin, Costa Rica; Arts and Sciences. • CATHERINE CHADWICK, ' 46, Bayou Goula, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; University Theatre; Tennis Club. • ADAIR MONROE CHAMBERS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • M. CAROLYN CHAMPAGNE, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb. • JUNE CHANDLER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • FRANK CAMPBELL CHAPMAN, ' 47, Rosenberg, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • HOWARD B. CHAPMAN, ' 47, WIsner, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • AUDREY MARY CHARBONNET, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; " Jamba- laya " ; Lagnlappes; Newman Club. e SIGNA LOUISE CHARBONNET, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • ALBERT MAURIN CHARLTON. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma. • FRED CHATRY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E.; Mathematics Club. • JACK WARREN CHIN, ' 45, Mobile, Alabama; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ROBERT LEE ROY CHIPLEY, JR., ' 45, Green- wood, South Carolina; Law; Kappa Sigma. • CORINNE CATHERINE CHISHOLM, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club; University Theatre. • ALICE CLARK, ' 46, Alexandria, Louisiana; New- comb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Assets; Greenbackers; Tennis Club. • JUDITH WALKER CLARK, ' 47, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • BETTY BURNS CASSITY, ' 47, Shreveport, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • CARL DAVID CHARBONNET, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. • ROBERT ALLEN CLARK, ' 46, Natchez, Mississippi; Engineering- [90 1 Don ' t take the name " mess " too literally. FIRST COLUMN • ROBERT BRADFORD CLARK, ' 45, Shreveport, Louisiana; Engineering. • WILLIAM DENLEIGH CLARKE, ' 47, Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. • LUCIA T. CLEMENT, ' 4t, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club. • MARIE ELIZABETH CLERC, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • MILLICENT MAGDALENE CLE5I, ' 47, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • PHILIP JOSEPH CLOSEMANN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Ameri- can Institute of Chemical Engineers; Mathematics Club. • CARMEN COALE, ' 47, Beaumont, Texas; New- comb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Glee Club. • CHARLOTTE KELLER COATS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. • AUDREY MARY COBB, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • LOLA PATSY COCHRANE, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. SECOND COLUMN • LEO JULES COCO. ' 46, Cottonport. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • DEAN A LEE COHEN, ' 47, St. Louis. Missouri; Newcomb; Glee Club. • FELIX COHEN, ' 45. New York, New York; Arts and Sciences. • HERMAN RUBIN COHEN, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • HERMAN COHEN, " 46, Irvington, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences. • MILTON HOWARD COHEN, ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Mu; International Relations Club. • SIDNEY ALVIN COHN. ' 44, Union Springs. Ala- bama; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. • JEANNE COLBERT, ' 47, Jackson. Mississippi; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • JOHN STUART COLEMAN, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Mu. • ROBERT MICHEAUX COLEMAN, ' 46. Clarksdale. Mississippi; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; Architectural Society. THIRD COLUMN • GLORIA FANNY COLLE, ' 45, Pascagoula, Mis- sissippi; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A. • BRIAN JAMES COLLINS, ' 44, New Otieans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council, Taffrail; White Elephants. • FORRES McGRAW COLLINS, ' 45, Arts and Sci- ences, Phi Delta Theta; Intramural (Football, Base- ball, Basketball). • MARY EVELYN COLLINS, ' 47, Brookhaven, Mis- sissippi; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • CHARLES LOUIS COLOMB, JR., ' 44, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Commerce. • JOSEPH GEORGE COLSON, ' 45, Greenwood, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • EMMA JOE COLVIN, ' 45, El Dorado. Arkansas: Social Work; " Hullabaloo. " • RAIPH EDWARD COMPAGNO. ' 45, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Civil Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi. • JAMES DAVID CONNELL, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Tulane Dance Band; Alpha Phi Omega; Band; Naval R. O. T. C; Symphony Orchestra; Taffrail; White Elephants. • JUNE ROSE CONRAVEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A.; Beta Beta Beta; Archery Club. 191 J UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • BARBARA ELVERE CONROY. ' At, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Assets; " Hullabaloo " ; Pan-Hellenic Council; University Ttie- atre; Y. W. C. A.; Newman Club; La Tertulia; Dance Club • JULIO CESAR CONTRERAS. ' 45, Panarra; Arts and Sciences; Ptii lota Alpha; Honor Board; Y. M. C A. • CHARLAINE C. COOK. ' 47. Downers Grove, Illinois; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron, • ED S, COOK, ' 46, Memphis. Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Dance Band. • THOMAS F. COOK. ' 46. Fort Worth, Texas; Arts and Sciences; " Jambalaya. " • JOHN ALDEN COOLEY, ' 45, Slidell, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Glee Club; I. R. C : Y. M. C. A. • MARGARET ANN COOPER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Y. W. C. A. • PHILIP COOPER. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • ROBERT COVENS. ' 46. Crystal Springs. Missis- sippi; Arts and Sciences • GROVER LEE COVINGTON. ' 46. Kentwood. Lou isiana; Arts and Sciences. • ROWENA COWAN. ' 46. Shreveport. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • WALLACE CRAWFORD COWAN, ' 45, Russellville, Arkansas; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • CHARLES LYNWOOD COX, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences, Delta Kappa Epsilon; Y. M. C. A. • DOROTHY JANE COX, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta PI; A Capella Choir; Glee Club. • DOROTHY CECELIA COYLE. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Social Work. • DEIRDRE CRAGER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Art Club; University Theatre. • EVELYN MAY CRAIS, ' 46, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Gl ' ee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A. • HARRIEHE ELIZABETH CREAGAN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Art Club. • HENRY LAMAR CREEL. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Mechanical Engineering. • CHARLES RODNEY CROWDER, ' 46. Langdale, Alabama; Arts and Sciences. • PHILIP HENNING CROWDER. ' 46. Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • ANITA LOUISE CROZAT, ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi. • CARMELITE CECILE CUDIA. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Glee Club. • ROBERTO CUEVAS, ' 45, Colon. Panama; Arts and Sciences; Phi lota Alpha; Honor Board; Pan- Hellenic Council; Y. M. C. A. • RITA MAE COPENHAVER. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta, • JOSEPH BROWN CORRY. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Architectural Society; Mathe- matics Club. • MILLER MURRAY CRAGER. ' 44, Alexandria, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; I. R. C, • MARY E, CRAIG, ' 44, Batesvillc. Mississippi; Social Work. • RALPH JOHN CULOTTA, ' 46, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • MARGARET LEONELLA CUNEO. ' 47. New Or leans. Louisiana: Newcomb. " I just washed my hair and can ' t do a thing with it. " FIRST COLUMN • GLADYS CUNNINGHAM, My, Summit, Missis- sippi; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • JtAN CUNNINGHAM, ' 47, Kansas City. Missouri; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. • GLENN LEE CURRIE. ' IB, Eunice, New Mexico; Commerce; Band; Glee Club. • LIONEL FRANCIS CURRIER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering. • MORTIMER FRANCIS CURRIER, 16, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • JACK DABDOUB, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E. • JOSEPHINE DABNEY, ' 46, Florence, Alabama; Newcon-b; Alplia Delta Pi; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • JOHN DANE, ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Piii Kappa Sigma; Pan-Hellenic Council. • BLAISE S. D ' ANTONI, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E. • LAWRENCE FABACHER D ' ANTONI, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. SECOND COLUMN • RENO JEAN DARET, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • EDWARD WEEKS DAUTERIVE, ' 46, New Iberia, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega. • HENRY JOSEPH DAUTERIVE, ' 45, New Iberia, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Campus Nite; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Lagniappes; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. M. C, A. • FREDDA DAVIS. 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcorr.b; Phi Mu; " Hullabaloo " ; Y. W. C. A. • RICHARD G. DAVIS, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • NANCY TENNYSON DEANE, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; PI Beta Phi; Glee Club. • MARION SUZANNE DEAR, ' 45, Alexandria, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • FREDERICK ARTHUR DECKBAR, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Band; Symphony Or- chestra. • KENNETH MILES DECOSSAS, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Chemical Engineering: A. I. Ch. E.; Math Club. • LEE CAREY DEES, ' 45, Amite, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. THIRD COLUMN • GUSTAVE FRANK DELERY, ' 46, Gretna. Louisiana; Engineering. • ANNA JOYCE DENDINGER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y, W. C. A. • PEYTON LINWOOD DENMAN, ' 46, Lufkin, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; White Elephants. • GLEN DERBES, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; University Theatre. • WARREN JULES DESHOTEL. ' 45, New Orleans, Lou ' slana; Arts and Sciences; Math Club. • GLORIA CATHERINE DeVALCOURT, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • WARD DeWITT, ' 46, Nashville, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. • ALVIN BURNS DEWS, ' 45, Hattiesburg, Missis- sippi; Engineering. • DOUGLAS HART DIBOLL, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epslton; White Elephants; Architectural Society. • FREDERICK NORTON DICKMAN, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsllon; Glee Club. it J [ Yi: .J. 193 1 UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • EMMY LOU DICKS, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Operetta. • GRETA CAMERON DONALDSON. ' 46. Daytona Beach, Florida; Engineering. • THOMAS LEONCE DUGGAN, ' 47, Yazoo City, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. • ELIZABETH JANE DICKS. ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; " Jamba- laya " ; Glee Club. • WILLIAM JAMES DIFFLEY, ' 46, Bessemer, Ala- bama, Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • ALBERT ANTHONY DINGRAUDO, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • ELODIE EMELDA DIODENE, ' 47, Gretna, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • EVELYN HEARD DOOLEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • KATHARINE J. DOUGLAS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Y. W. C. A. • DOTTIE DOWLING, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Law; Phi Beta Kappa; " Law Review. " • HELEN DOWLING, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Delta Pi; Mathematics Club. • WILLIAM LAND DUNCAN, ' 47, Vivian, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • SHIRLEY RANDOLPH DUNLAP, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • DONALD ALFRED DUNNINSTON, ' 45, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Engineering. • ALIDA CAROLYN DUREAU, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • MALCOLM SORRELL DISIMONE, ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Y. M. C. A. • EDWIN WILLIAM DOERRIES, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Sigma Phi. • JOHN SWEENEY DRAGO, ' 47, Mobile, Alabama; Engineering. • DONNA RUTH DRAVO, ' 46, St. Petersburg, Flor- ida; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club. • JOAN PROCTOR DURLAND, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • MANUEL DUVIC, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A. I. of E. E.; Naval R. O. T. C. • ELMER CLEMENT DOERRIES, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrall. • LaVERAL ESTHER DONAGHEY, ' 47, Mobile. Ala- bama; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • MARY CATHERINE DRENNAN, ' 46, Palatka, Florida; Social Work. • EVELYN RUTH DUCKWORTH, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; " Hullabaloo " : Class Secre- tary-Treasurer (I); Honor Board (1). • JAMES ROLAND DYKES, ' 44, Farmerville, Lou- isiana; Commerce: Kappa Sigma. • CAROLYN FONTAINE EARL, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana, Newcomb; Art School; Art Club; " Hulla- baloo " : Y. W. C. A. • PATRICK PAUL DONAHUE. ' 47, Covington, Lou- isiana; Engineering. • GLORIA ELEANOR DUDDEN, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JOHN RICHARDS EARLY, ' 46, Indianola, Missis- sippi; Commerce. 194 1 Mall. FIRST COLUMN • DOROTHY ELIZABETH EAVES, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club; Newcomb Student Government. • OLIVE EUSTIS EAVES, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Ptii, • SHIRLEY ROSEMARY EBERLE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alptia Beta Lambda; Glee Club. • ALTA lONE EDWARDS, ' 46, Terrell, Texas; New- comb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Newcomb Resident Student Government; T. U. R. K. • HELEN CECILE EDWARDS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; " Jambalaya. " • HUBERT BRUCE EDWARDS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • FRANCES IRENE EGAN, ' 44. Biloxi, Mississippi; Newcomb: Zeta Tau Alpha. • FERNANDO ELIZANDO, ' 46, Monterey, Mexico; Engineering: Phi lota Alpha. • MARGARET LOUISE ELLER, ' 46, Arlington, Vir- ginia; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • LOUIS JOSEPH ELLIOTT. ' 45, New Orleans, Lou - isiana; Mechanical Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; ' T. U. R. K. SECOND COLUMN • FREDERICK STEPHEN ELLIS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Alpha Tau Omega; A. S. C. E.; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail; T. U. R. K. • KATHLEEN GORDON ELLIS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; T. U. R. K. • LESLIE LEE ELLIS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. • PEGGY ELLIS, ' 46, Rayville, Louisiana; New- comb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Y. W. C. A.; W. C. T. U. • RICHARD PARKE ELLIS, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Glee Club. • LOIS ALEDA ELMER, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Art Club; " Hullabaloo. " • ROBERT WALDO ENHOLM. ' 46, Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. • JEAN JOYCE EPPS, ' 47, Atlanta, Georgia; New- comb; Delta Zeta; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • CHARLES LEVERICH ESHLEMAN, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council. • DONALD JAMES ESTOPINAL, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. THIRD COLUMN • JANET MARIE ESTOPINAL, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Spanish Club; Newman Club. • DANIEL GOODE EVANS. ' 46, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • DAENEY MINOR EWIN. ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Glee Club; Operetta. • GORDON OVERTON EWIN, ' 43, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Phi Phi; Glee Club; " Law Review " ; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail. • DOROTHY IRENE EWING, ' 47. Shreveport, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club. • COLMAN E5KOVICH, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Campus Night. • WILFRED CLARK FAGOT, ' 45. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Mathematics Club. • WILLIAM FOSTER FANT, ' 46, Memphis, Ten- nessee; Arts and Sciences; " Hullabaloo. " • DONALD SIRAULT FARRAR. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • ADRIENNE JANE FARRELL, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; T. U. R. K. fid ? 195 1 UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • SHIRLEY FRANCES FASSBENDER. ' 47, New Or leans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • JUDY CATHERINE FERG ' USON. ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha, • RUTH CAROLINE FISCHOFER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. • BARBARA FAULK, ' 45, Monroe, Louisiana; New- comb; Chi Omega. • JEANIE A. FERNANDEZ, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • KENNETH FISHER, ' 45, Longview, Texas; Com- merce. • CONNIE FAUST, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Assets; Lagniappes; Student Council; T. U. R. K. • JEAN LOUISE FAUST. ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • JUANITA MARIE FERNANDEZ, ' 46, Wallace, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • BETTY JANE FIEDLER, ' 45, Memphis, Tennessee; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI. • JOHN ALLOY FITZGERALD, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana, Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; A. I. E. E. • HARVEY JOSEPH FITZPATRICK, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; " Jambalaya " ; Tatfrail. • FRANCIS JOSEPH FAVALORO. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Y. W. C. A.; Mathematics Club. • C. ALLEN FAVROT, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • ELMER CLYDE FEAGAN. ' 46. Hamlin, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • EDITH HELEN FEILD, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb • MARY MALLORY FINCH, Austin, Texas; Post- graduate; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • ELSIE MARILYN FINLEY, ' 47, Haynesville, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • ALBERT FORREST FINNEGAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • BETTY FIRNBERG, ' 47. Monroe, Louisiana; New- comb; Chi Omega. • JERRY FITZPATRICK, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Lagniappes. • PATRICK KELLY FITZWILLIAM, ' 46. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • LOUIS J. FLAHERTY, ' 46, Meridian, Mississippi; Engineering. • MICHAEL JOHN FLEMING, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ROBERT JAMES FENSTERMACHER. ' 45, Mur- freesboro. Tennessee; Engineering. • HERBERT JOHN FISCHER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Naval R. O. T. C; Tatfrail. • GLORIA MARIE FLOTTE, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana, Engineering. • FRANK EDGAR FERGERSON. ' 46, Bogalusa, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • FRED F. FISHMAN, ' 46, Irvington, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences. • JEAN FLCvVER. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Wi-L.. : •: ' S5! • What was that figure? FIRST COLUMN • HELFN FRANCES FLOWERS, ' 45. Ruleville, Mis- sissippi; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • LOIS CHRISTINE FLURRY, ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • MARY JANE FLY, ' 45, Summit, Mississippi; New- comb; Pi Beta Phi; Omicron Mu Kappa; Glee Club. • ALICE LOUISE FLYNN, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • JAMES OTTIS FOSLEMAN, ' 45, Pollock, Lou- isiana; Engineering. • PRE5COTT HERRICK FOLLEH, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; A. S. C. E. • ALVARO FONSECA, ' 45, San Jose, Costa Rica; Arts and Sciences; Phi lota Alpha. • THEODORE JAMES FONTELIEU, ' 46. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • ARTHUR WADE FOSS, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; PI Kappa Alpha; Intra- mural Council; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrall. • ARTURO VIRGILLO FOSSAS, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Arts and Sciences. SECOND COLUMN • HELEN LEE LORICE FOSTER, ' 46, Seminole. Okla- homa; Social Work. • PATSY GENE FOSTER. ' 47, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • MURIEL MARCIA FOURNET, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Newman Club. • WILLIAM JOHN FRAERING, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; White Ele- phants. • GORDON DAVID FRANK. ' 45, Morrilton, Ar- kansas; Arts and Sciences. • PHILIP LEON FRANK. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau; A. 5, M. E.; Naval R O. T. C; Taffrail. • DOPIS JEAN FRANKEL. ' 46. Danville. Kentucky; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; I. R. C; University Theatre. • ROBERT MORRIS FRANKLIN. JR.. ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; White Elephants; Y. M. C. A. • AVA LOU FREED, ' 46, Dallas, Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club. • LORAINNE ELIZABETH FREEMAN, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Phi. THIRD COLUMN • RUTH JOAN FRIEDBAUM, ' 45, Anniston. Ala- bama; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; I. R. C; Jennie Nixon Debating Club. • LAWRENCE CORNWALL FRENCH. ' 45. Bing- hampton. New York; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi; Naval R. O. T. C. • RICHARD A. FRENCH. ' 45. Ferriday, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • ANDREW V. FRIEDRICHS. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. • EUGENE ARTHUR FRISCH. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E. • THOMAS A. FROMHERZ, ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi • GEORGE JAMES FRUTHALER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Symphony Orchestra. • MARIE LOUISE FULHAM, ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • FRANCIS KNOX FURR. ' 45. Pontotoc. Mississippi; Engineering. • NICHOLAS JOSEPH GAGLIANO. ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Math Club. ji W ' [071 UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • LOIS GAJAN, ' 45, New Iberia. Louisiana; New- comb; Y. W. C. A. • R. CAROL GATES, ' 47, Franklin, Louisiana; New comb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. • GEORGE RODNEY GERHARD, ' 47, Monroe, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • NATHALIE M. GALLE, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • DAVID GANSAR, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Nu; Math Club. • BARBARA JEANNETTE GARDNER. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • WARREN LEON GARFUNKEL. ' 43. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Mu; A Capella Choir; Campus Night; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council. • JEANNE GARRETSON. ' 47. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Newcomb Athletic Council. • HARRY WARREN GARRETT. ' 46, Vivian. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • RICHARD JOSEPH GARVEY, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • TOMMY JOSEPH GARVEY. ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E.; Mathematics Club. • ADRIENNE MAGRUDER GASTON. ' 47, Monroe, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • JEANNE ELISE GAUDET, ' 46, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • J. CLYDE GAUTHIER, ' 46, Jennings, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. MARY JO GAUTREAUX, ' 47. White Castle. Lou- iiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • RICHARD JOSEPH GEBHART. ' 45. Baton Rouge. Louisiana; Commerce. • ELSIE MARIE GELPI. ' 47. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; University Theatre. • JOYCE L. GELPI. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • LAURA GENARO. ' 46. Dallas. Texas; Newcomb; Art Club. • JAMES HOWARD GENTRY, ' 47, Montgomery, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Band; Symphony Orchestra. • JOSEPH ANTHONY GERACHE, ' 47, Vicksburg, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. • JENNIE BELL GERMANN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Mathematics Club. • BETHOE ALICE GESSNER, ' 47, Waycross, Georgia; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • PATRICIA JAY GIBBENS, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Assets; Newcomb Athletic Council; T. U. T. • CHARLES FREDERICK GIBBINS. ' 45. Meridian, Mississippi; Commerce; Delta Sigma Phi; Symphony Orchestra. • EUGENE JOHN GIBERT, JR., ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Tatfrail; T. U. R. K. • JAMES HOWARD GIBERT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; Architectural Society; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrall. • REBECCA NORMAN GILBERT. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Art Club. • ALEX THARP GILLESPIE, ' 45, Avoca, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • EDWARD JOSEPH GILLY, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Intramural (Baseball, Basketball and Football), (981 Engineering hath some fatal charnn! FIRST COLUMN • KENNEDY JOSEPH GILLY, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • HENRY MARTIN SINSBURG, ' 44. Laurel. Mis- sissippi; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Glendy Burke; Symphony Orchestra. • JOSEPH LOUIS GIRODO, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • JOHN HARRY GLASS, II. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; I. R. C. • SOPHIE MAE GOLDEN. ' 47. Pensacola, Florida; Newcomb; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Y. W. C. A. • BETTIE MAE GOLDSTEIN. ' 47. Shreveport. Lou- isiana. Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi, • JEANNE LOUISE GOLTMAN. ' 46. Memphis, Ten- nessee; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club. • PEGGY HELEN GOLTMAN. ' 46, Memphis, Ten- nessee; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • DORIS JOY GOMES. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • LOUIS KAUFMAN GOOD. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau. SECOND COLUMN • JENNINGS WILSON GOODWIN, ' 46. Florence. Alabama; Engineering. • PATRICIA WHITE GOODWIN. ' 46, Charlotte. North Carolina; Newcomb; Glee Club; T. U. R. K. • WILLIAM LEWIS GORDON. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau; A. I. of Ch. E. • DOROTHY ELIZABETH SOTCH. ' 44. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Mu; Architectural Society; Lagnlappes. • lOUISE GOTTESMAN. ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Sigma Sigma; I. R. C. • IRWIN LEONARD GOULD. ' 46. Revere, Massa- chusetts; Arts and Sciences. • RUTH ZOLA GOULD, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; University Theatre; Dance Club; Y. W. C. A. • BETTY GRANBERRY. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; " Jambalaya " ; Pan- Hellenic Council; Glee Club. • ROBERT NEWTON GRANTHAM, ' 47, Jackson. Mississippi; Aart and Sciences. • MIRIAM GREENBERG. ' 46. Atlanta. Georgia; Newcomb; University Theatre. THIRD COLUMN • PAULINE GREENSPAN. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • BETH GREENWALD. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • PATRICIA ANN GREHAN. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • GLORIA PALMALITE GRESSE, ' 46, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana; Newcomb. • MALVERN ULYSSES GRIFFIN. ' 45. Hunfsville, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • MARION CHARLES GRILLET, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrall; A. 5. M. E. • JANE ANN GROS. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Mu; Lagnlappes. • HERBERT PETER GROSSIMON, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • RUTH NAOMI GROSSMAN, ' 45. Miami. Florida; Social Work. • MARGARET ELAINE GRUNDMANN, ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce. 199) UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • CORALIE MARIE GUARINO. ' 17. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb. • ROBERT HOMER GUESS, ' 46, Brookhaven, Mis- sissippi; Engineering, • FRANCES WINIFRED GUIDRY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; I. R. C; Glee Club; " Hulla- baloo " ; Y. W. C. A.; Dance Club. • MARION ANTOINE GUIDRY, ' 43, Lafayette, Lou- isiana; Engineering. • JOAN ELISE GUIBET, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alptia Delta Pi. • DORIS MAE GURTNER, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • EUGENE DANIEL GUY, ' 47, Birmingham, Ala- bama; Arts and Sciences. • ROSEMARY ELIZABETH HAAS, ' 45, New Or- leaiis, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • EDWIN KEARNY HACKER, ' 46, Pensacola, Flor- ida; Electrical Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • CALLENDER FAYSSOUX HADDEN, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Phi; Greenbackers; Lagnlappes; Pan- Hellenic Council; White Elephants. • FRED RICHARD HAEUSER. JR., ' 47, New Or leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Band. • ANDREW DAWS HAGAN. ' 47, Sylacauga, Ala- bama; Arts and Sciences. • KAY HAHN. ' 46, Memphis, Tennessee; New- comb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; 1. R. C. • LORRAINE DORIS HAIK, ' 45, Bogalusa, Lou- isiana; Social School. • ALTON STUART HALL, ' 44. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E.; Taffrail; Naval R. O. T. C. • EDMON CIRAUT HALL, ' 44. Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences: Phi Delta Theta. • JOHN McFARLAND HAMILTON. ' 44, Washing- ton, D C; Arts and Sciences; Y. M. C. A. • HENRY LOUIS HAMMET, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • LILLIAN HAMMOND. ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club. • WARREN REED HAMPTON, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • JOYCE SARAH HARKEY, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • PEGGY HAROLD, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • AUGUSTA GARDINER HARPER, ' 47, Minden, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club. • VYVIAN EMMA HARPER, ' 46, Monroe, Louisiana; Newconib; Kappa Alpha Theta. • DOT R. HARRIS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Glee Club. • NINA SUE HARRIS, ' 47, Columbia. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club. • ROBERT L. HARRIS, ' 47, Hollywood, Alabama; Arts and Sciences. • RUFUS CARROLLTON HARRIS, JR., ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Vice-President Class (2); Secretary Class (3); Beta Theta Pi; Intra- mural Council; " Jambalaya, " Editor ( ' 44); Lag- nlappes; Naval R, O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail: Who ' s Who; Publications Board; Tennis (2, 3). • FREDRICK NEWTON HARRISON, JR., Yaioo City, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. • GENE CATHERINE HASSINGER, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A. [100] There ' s something about a sailor FIRST COLUMN • JAMES E. HASSINGER, JR., ' IB. New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering: A. S. C. E. • MARCIA CAROLYN HATHAWAY, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana: Newcomb: Kappa Alplna Theta: A Capella Choir: Glee Club: Operetta: Elizabethans. • HARRIET VIRGINIA HAWKINS, M6, Dallas, Texas: Newcomb: Chi Omega: Glee Club. • YVONNE HAYES, ' 17, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta. • KITTY D. HAYNE, ' 47, Alexandria, Louisiana: Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma. • WILLIAM PHILIP HAYNE, ' 46, Alexandria, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • EDNA AMANDA HAYNES, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Social Work. • RANDOLPH ARNOLD HAYNES, JR., ' 45, Austin, Texas; Commerce. • BETTY RUTH HEALY, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JEROME LESTER HEARD, ' 44, Shreveport. Lou- isiana, Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; T. U. R. K. SECOND COLUMN • AYNAUD MAURICE HEBERT, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Beta Mu. • DOROTHY WATKINS HECHT, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • ERWIN HECKER, ' 44, Washington, D. C; Arts ana Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. • WALTER GORDON HEFFRON, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Y. M. C A. • WARREN JONAS HEIMAN, ' 46, San Francisco, California; Arts and Sciences. • MARIANNE HEINMANN, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • RUTH ELIZABETH HEINE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omlcron; Art Club; Y. W. C. A. • ROSEMARY HELDMAN, ' 46, Cincinnati, Ohio; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; I. R. C; University Theatre. • MARTHA BOORD HELM, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club. • ANN HENDERSON, ' 45, Wichita, Kansas; New- comb; Kappa Alpha Theta. THIRD COLUMN • LARRENE HENDERSON, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • PEGGY HENDREN, ' 47, Kansas City, Missouri; Newcorrb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • ANTHONY HEZEKIAH HENLEY, ' 47, Bogalusa, Louisiana: Engineering. • BILLY G. HENLEY, ' 45, Mountain View, Okla- homa; Arts and Sciences. • MARGARET ROSALIE HENLEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • OLIVIA HERRYHILL, ' 46, Oklahoma City, Okla- homa; Social Work. • FRANK RUFUS HESS, ' 47. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering. • BETSY ANN HAZLETT, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- .isiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • LAURENCE HIRSCH HICKMAN. ' 47. VIcksburg, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. • ROBERT MILLER HICKS, ' 44, Temple, Texas; Com- merce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. , t: llMl UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • ANN HIGGISON, ' 46, Mobile. Alabama; New- comb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. • CATHERINE HILDEBRAND, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb. • BETTY ANN HILL, ' " 14, Alexandria, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • MARGARET HILL, 46, Alexandria, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • DURELL ALPHEUS HILLER, JR., ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • H. JACK HINDRICHS. ' 47. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering. • ROBERT DOWLING HINSON, ' 46, Montgomery, Alabama; Engineering. • ANN HODGE, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Y. W. C. A. • EVELYN ANN HODGES, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • ROY JOHN HAMILTON HODGES. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsllon; Greenbackers; Honor Board; Lagnlappes. • HAROLD HOFFMAN, ' 45, DaTlas, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • MARY EOLA HOGG. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • PRESTON LEONIDAS HOLDEN. ' 46, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Engineering. • CLARA JANE HOLIDAY, ' 47, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • DOUGLAS WILLIAM HOLLAND, ' 46, Gladwater, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • VAN ELDON HOLZSCHUH, ' 44. Vallejo, Cali- fornia; Arts and Sciences. • MARY McNEIL HOPKINS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi. • CALVIN CARL HOPPMEYER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; " Hullabaloo " ; Intra- murals. • WARREN HERBERT HOPPMEYER, ' 44. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; A. S. M. E.; E T. A.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrall; T. U. R. K.; Editor " Tecni-Torque. " • LEO GALLASPY HORAN, ' 46, Jackson, Missis- sippi; Arts and Sciences. • JONNIE MARIE HORN, ' 45, Lucedale, Missis- sippi; Zeta Tau Alpha; Assets; Glee Club; Honor Board; Newcomb Athletic Council; Y. W. C. A.; Secretary Student Government (2). • LOUISE RYDER HORN, ' 45, Monroe, Georgia; Newcomb; Phi Mu; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • ROLAND FRANK HOTARD, JR.. ' 45, Winter Park, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Beta Mu. • EDV ARD GUSTAVE HOTH, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • KATHERINE MAY HOWARD, ' 46, Palm Springs, California; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • LUTHER EDWARD HOWELL, JR., ' 46, Monroe, Louisiana: Engineering. • NORMAN BRUCE HOWELLS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrall. • JAMES HAROLD HOYLE, ' 46, Gulfport, Missis- sippi; Arts and Sciences. • CAROLYN ELIZABETH HUBELE, ' 47. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • LUCILLE M. HUCK, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Dance Club; Newman Club. [ 102 ] Star-gazing. FIRST COLUMN • ADELAIDE PRESTON HUEY, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiand; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi. • JOYCE HELEN HUFF. ' 47. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta. • FRANCES PELZER HUGER, ' 47, Charleston. South Carolina; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • RALPH GORDON HUGHES. ' 47. McAllen. Texas; Engineering. • AILEEN MARIE HUMMEL, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha O micron Pi; Glee Club;, " Jambaiaya. " • H. SHIRLEY HUMMEL. ' 47. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo. " • JOSEPH LEV HUNT. ' 46. Ft. Worth. Texas; Arts and Sciences. • FRED HUNTER, ' 45. Bowling Green, Missouri; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. • MAYS BOSWELL HUNTER. ' 46, Macon, Missis- sippi; Engineering. • CHARLEEN ETHEL HUTSON, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. SECOND COLUMN • GLORIA MARY HUTTNER. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Assets; " Hullabaloo " ; Lagnlappes; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • HOPE HUTTNER, ' 43. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A. • WILLIAM BAXTER HUTTO. ' 47. Gulfport, Missis- sippi; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. • DONALD JOSEPH HYDE. ' 44, Mobile. Alabama; Engineering. • HARRIET ESTHER HYMAN. ' 45, Helena. Arkansas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta. • MAY HYMAN, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; New- comb, Art Club; Campus Night; " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambaiaya " ; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • AGNES ANN lANNAZZO, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • RICHARD INGOLIA. ' 46. New Orleans. Lou- isiana, Arts and Sciences. • MARTHA WEATHERLY INZER, ' 47. Gadsden. Alabama; Newcomb. • IRWIN ISAACSON. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau. THIRD COLUMN • ROSLYN ISON, ' 47, Atlanta. Georgia; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club; Dance Club; " Jambaiaya. " • KENNETH CLAYTON IVES, ' 47. Lake City, Flor- ida; Arts ana Sciences; Band. • ROBERT LEROY JACKS. ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Newman Club; A. I. of Ch. E.; Latin American Relations Club; Mathematics Club; Y. M. C. A. • ABBEY ORME JACKSON. ' 47. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • ALICE JANE JACKSON, ' 45. Kansas City, Mis- souri; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; " Hullabaloo. " • NITA ELSIE JACOBI, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce. • PAUl LEWIS JACOBSON. ' 45, Rye. New York; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. • TOMMY NAUM JAMES. ' 47, Amory, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Band; Glee Club; Symphony Orchestra. • ROSEMARY CLAIRE JANSSEN. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; " Hullabaloo " ; Operetta; University Theatre. • CHARLES CLEMENT JAUBERT, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. i ' V - i ' y U li03] UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • GERARD WILLIAM JAUCHLER. ' 4 7, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • MARION JENNINGS. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisi- ana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; " Hullabaloo. " • CATHERINE ELIZABETH JENNY. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • EDITH ALETHIA JENSEN. ' 47, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • PAUL EDWARD JENSEN. ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; Taffraii; Y. M. C. A. • ROBERT HOWARD JERNIGAN, ' 47. Dunedin. Florida; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Band; White Elephants. • OLIVE LYNN JEWELL, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • ALBAN EMILE JOFFRION. ' 47. Laurel. Missis- sippi; Arts and Sciences; Symphony Orchestra. • ANDREW SPHINX JOHNSON, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Law. • BONNIE EUGENE JOHNSON. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • PAUL EARNAL JOHNSON, " JR.. ' 46, Lutcher. Louisiana; Atts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. • PHYLISS MORETON JOHNSON, ' 47, Brookhaven, Mississippi; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • ANNE ELIZABETH JOHNSTON, " 47. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • DOROTHY MARIE JOHNSTON, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Art Club. • GUERITE EMILY JOHNSTONE. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta. • BESSIE MAE JONES, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Social Work. • CURTIS WHIHEMORE JONES. ' 45, Denton. Ar- kansas, Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • GEORGE EMERSON JONES, ' 45, Trenton. Ten- nessee; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Varsity Football. • JO MARIE JONES, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Mu. • MARGARET ADELE JONES. ' 47. Kankakee. Illi- nois; Newcomb; Newcomb Resident Student Govern- ing Council; Newcomb Student Government. • MARGUERITE ANN JONES, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club; Glee Club; Operetta. • SIDNEY DINKINS JONES, JR.. ' 46. Jacfcson, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; Beta Mu; Green backers; Intramural Council; Intramural Unit Manager. • WALTER STEPHEN JORDY, ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • PEGGY ELIZABETH JOYNER, ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • FRANK BAILEY JUDEN. ' 45. Bay St. Louis. Mis- sissippi; Engineering; Architectural Society. • MELVIN JOSEPH JUNG. ' 44, New Orleans. Lou- isiana. Engineering; Kappa Sigma; A. S. M. E. • ENID HERMAN JUNCKER, ' 44. Seguin, Texas; Commerce. • MARILYN JO KAFFIE. ' 46. Shreveport. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; International Relations Club; Oratorical and Debating; University Theatre. O ABRAHAM METZ KAHN. ' 44, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Engineering; A. I. of Ch, E.; Zeta Beta Tau. • CHARLES JULES KAHN. ' 47. Pensacola, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. .-??; ' - R. O. T. C. summer drill makes every " Mac " shipshape. FIRST COLUMN • CHARLES NEWMAN KAHN, MS, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau. • LEONA WEIL KAHN. ' 17, Jackson. Mississippi; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; " Hullabaloo. " • THOMAS SOUDER KANE. ' 44, Kearny, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • MAXINE KAPLAN, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Sigma Sigma. • ROBERT KAPLAN, ' 47, Taunton, Massachusetts;, Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Glee Club. e DORIS MAE KARTER, ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; University Theatre. • SHIRLEY KARTUS, ' 45. Montgomery. Alabama; Newcomb. • DOROTHY KATZ, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • LEONARD ABRAHAM KATZ. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • GEORGE KAUFMAN, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana, Commerce. SECOND COLUMN • Sl-E MARSCHALL KEEFE, ' 47, Medina, Ohio; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • ROY JAMES KEEL, JR., ' 47. Gulfport, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. • EDWARD HAYES KEILER, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Taffrall; Y. M. C. A. • WILLIAM J. KELLER. JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Pi. • MARY STUART KELLOGG, ' 45, Washington, D. C; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Honor Board; Newcomb Resident Student Government. • EDLEA JANICE KELLY, ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isia,ia: Newcomb, • THOMAS JOSEPH KELLY. ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • LILLIAN ELIZABETH KENAN, ' 46, Selma, Ala- bama; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club; Glee Club. e HENRY A. KEVLIN, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; International Relations Club; Taffrall; Track Team. • GARY EUGENE KIDD, JR., ' 44, Columbia, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Taffrail. THIRD COLUMN • MARVIN JAMES KILLMER, ' 47, Crowley, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • WILLIAM AITKEN KIMBLE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A. S. M. E.; E. T. A.; T U. R K.; White Elephants. • RAYMOND BRYAN KING, ' 47, Fort Worth, Texas; Arts and Sciences. e RICHARD HARDING KING, ' 46, Louisville, Ken- tucky; Commerce; Symphony Orchestra. • FANNY CHASE KIRKPATRICK, ' 47, Houston, Texas; Commerce; Kappa Alpha Theta, 9 DAN LEON KIRSCHENHEUTER, ' 46. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Boxing; Football. • SEME SHIRLEY KLEGAR. ' 47. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Commerce. • GLORIA M. KLEKMAN, ' 45, Forest Hills, New York, Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; " Hullabaloo " ; International Relations Club; Y. W. C. A. • JAMES LOUIS KLINEFELTER, ' 45, Tuscaloosa, Ala- bama, Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. 9 ELIZABETH KLIPSTEIN, ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Commerce; Zeta Tau Alpha; Lag.iiappes; University Theatre. iy I , J V sJ ss il-k i|p 7 to ; (105 1 UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • MARY EUGENIA KNIGHT, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • WILMA KNIGHT, ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newconrib; Kappa Alpha Theta. • KATHERYN GAIL KNIGHTON. ' 46. Birmingham, Alabama; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Art Club. • ELAINE XAVIER KNOWLES. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Mathematics Club. • JOEL MARCELLA KNOWLES. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • FRANK PETER KRIEGER. ' 44. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Taffrail. • PHILIP J. KRUPP, jR.. ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana, Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi. • GEORGE LEE KUNTZ, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Symphony Orchestra. • ALICE CLAIRE LACA5SIN, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Law. • LLOYD LEWIS LACHER, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Band; Lagniappes; Symphony Orchestra; Taffrail; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. • JEAN RUTH LAMBOU, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • CONWAY ROE LAMMERS, ' 47, Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; White Ele- phants. • ALTON A. LANDRY. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • LAURA BARELLI LANDRY, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi. • JAMES F. LANE, ' 46, Midland, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • ETHELYN MARIE KOCH, ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Mathematics. • BEHY JANE KOENIG, ' 47, Miami, Florida; New comb. • SHIRLEY KOLTUN, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo. " • DAVID ALEXANDER KOHWITZ. ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana. • FRITZI KRANZ, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta. • JOSEPH ALCIDE LaCOUR, JR.. ' 46. Meridian. Mississippi; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. • PAUL GEORGE LACROIX. JR., ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. • ROSE MARIE LA FRANCA, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • HARRIET HELENE LAIRD, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Slee Club; Operetta; Univer- sity Theatre. • KATHARINE EUNICE LAIRD. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Operetta; Univer- sity Theatre. • MINNA WADDELL LANE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; La Terfulia. • HARRIETT DOROTHEA LANG, ' 47, Forest Hills, New York; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Y. W. C. A. • FLORENCE LELIA LANIER, ' 45, Thibodaux, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • KATHLEEN ELAINE LANIER, ' 46, Thibodaux, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • MONRO BANISTER LANIER, II, ' 46, Birming- ham, Alabama; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. [106] Boulder Dam or Engineering Building? FIRST COLUMN • JAMES RICHARD LARKIN, ' 46, Harwich, Massa- chusetts; Arts and Sciences. • CLANCY A. LATHAM, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • GRACE VERNON LAUER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Social Work. • RALPH LAZARUS, ' 46, Valdosta, Georgia; Com- merce. • FRED GEDION LeBLANC, ' 47, Bogalusa, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • GEORGE RAYMOND LeBLANC, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • MARION LeBLANC, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering • MARY FRANCES LeBLANC, ' 47, Scott, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • MARION LOUISE LEGENDRE, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • ANN LeJEUNE, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. SECOND COLUMN • MARGARET STANLEY LEMARIE, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • HENRY FISHER LeMIEUX, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; White Elephants. • DOROTHY MAY LENNOX, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI. • ED. N. LENNOX, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • MARIAN ROSE LEOPOLD, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiara; Newcomb. • JACOUELIN LOUISE LeROI, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Swimming Club. • JOAN ELKAN LEVA, ' 46, Selma, Alabama; New- comb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; I. R. C; University Theatre. • DOUGLAS POKORNY LEVEY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. e DAVID CHARLES LEVIN, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce; Kappa Nu; Y. M. C. A. • MAURICE LEVIN, ' 44, Engineering; Kappa Nu; A. T. E. E.; Band; Mathematics Club; Y. M. C. A. THIRD COLUMN • STANLEY LEVINGSTON, ' 44, Ruleville, Mississippi; Commerce: Zeta Beta Tau; A. P. O.; Alpha Phi Omeg a; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Track. • AUDREY HELEN LEVY, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • EDITH LEVY, ' 45, Alencoe, Illinois; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Art Club. • ELAINE MARTHA LEVY, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • HENRY NATHAN LEVY, ' 47, Bogalusa, Louisiana; Engineering. • JO-ELLYN LEVY, ' 45, Shreveport, Louisiana; New- comb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; " Hullabaloo " ; I. R. C; Jennie Nixon Debating; University Theatre. • KATHERINE LEVY, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • LEON CHARLES LEVY, ' 46, Lafitte, Louisiana; Commerce: Zeta Beta Tau; Y. M. C. A. • OSCAR ZACHARY LEVY, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; University Theatre. • ROSEMARY D. LEVY, ' 47, Kansas City, Missouri; Newcomb: Alpha Epsilon Phi; Oratorical and De- bating. ♦ . ' .l :« ' P ' -J-v,VL!-ija3 W [X07) UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • SOLINE M. LEVY, ' -(i. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • TESS ANN LEVY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcnmb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; " Hullabaloo " ; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre. • FLOYD WALLACE LEWIS, ' 45, Kentwood, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; I. R. C; Naval R. O. T. C, Taffrail; Taffrail Log, ■42- ' 43, ' 43- ' 44. • GEORGE LEWIS, ' 46, Bartow, Florida; Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi; Softball (I, 2). • ISABEL S. LEWIS. ' 47, Danville, Virginia; Chi Omega. • JULIAN LIGHTER, ' 46, Birmingham, Alabama; Commerce; Kappa Nu. • LOYCE FRANCES LIDDELL, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • THOMAS A. LITTLE, ' 46, LaGrange, North Caro- lina; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • CHESTER GODFREY LOB, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • LEO CHARLES LOB, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • BETTY JOY LODWICK, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • VIRGINIA MAE LOEBLICH , ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " ; University The- atre; Y. W. C. A.; Spectators. • GEORGE C. W. LOGAN, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; A. S. M. E.; E. T. A. • FERNAND DeBOISSAC LORIO, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Football; Baseball; Basketball. • JOHN PAUL LOZES. JR., ' 44, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Engineering; A Capella Choir; A. T. E. E.; Glee Club. • MILDRED RUTH LUBRITZ, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Sigma Sigma; Glee Club. • ADELE LUEHRMANN, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • SAM CHARLES LU5C0, ' 47, Vicksburg, Missis- sippi; Arts and Sciences. • BETTY BLAIN LYLE. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; A Capella Choir; Campus Night; Cheerleader; Glee Club; Operetta; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre; Vice-President of Dance Club; Spectators. • DELORD RENFROW MABRY, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Chemical Engineering; Sigma Chi; Alpha Chi Sigma; Naval R. O. T. C; A. I. of Ch. E. • JAMES BOOTH MACY, ' 47, Morehead, North Carolina; Arts and Sciences. • PHILIP McGOWAN LIGHTFOOT, JR.. ' 45, Tus- kegee, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ROYALL THOMAS LILES, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • MERREL MARJORIE LOUBAT, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta Sorority; Y. W. C. A.; Spanish Club. • BERNARD LOUVIERE, ' 47, Jeanerctte, Louisiana; Engineering. • ROBERT LEE MACY, ' 47, Lawrenceburg, Indiana; Arts and Sciences. • JAMES DAVID MADDOX, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • BETTY LISENBY, ' 45, Atmore. Alabama; New- comb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • DAVID E. LOVEMAN, ' 46. Gadsden, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Band. • STEVE B. MADDOX, JR., ' 46, Fort Worth, Texas; Arts and Sciences. Pity the poor reviewing officers , FIRST COLUMN • HENRY C. MASEE, JR.. ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Glee Club; Lagniappes; Y. M. C. A. • BETTY ANNE MA1LHE5, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu, • GLADYS MARY MALCOLMSON, ' 47, Desfrehan, Louisiana; Newconnb; Glee Club. • BATYA N. MALLET, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • BARBARA MANN, ' 45, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Greenbackers; Uni- versity Theatre. • VIRGINIA MANSFIELD, ' 47, Atlanta, Georgia; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • NINA MANY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; New- comb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • ALYCE M. MARECHAL, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club. • BERTHS LATHROP MARKS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Dance Club. • ANN MARMON, ' 46, Memphis, Tennessee; New- comb; Alpha Omicron PI; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. SECOND COLUMN • DOROTHY RAND MARSHALL, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • DAVID BOUCHER MARTIN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; A. i. E. E. • EDMUND BUTTS MARTIN, ' 44, New Orleans, Loui ' iana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; A. 1. of Ch. E.; E. T. A.; Greenbackers; " Jambalaya " ; Lagniappes (President); Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JOSEPH OWEN MARTINEZ, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Varsity Baseball. • JOHN WALTER MARTINY. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; A. I. E. E. • LANE HICKS MASHAW, , ' 46, Lewisville, Ar- kansas; Arts and Sciences. • ANN MASON, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; New- comb; Alpha Omicron Pi; " Hullabaloo. " • ERNEST LOIS MA5S0N, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • THOMAS MATHERNE, JR., ' 47, Houma, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • MARILYN MATTHEW, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. THIRD COLUMN • LOUIS BROWN MATTHEWS. JR.. ' 47, Jackson. Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. • JULIA ANN MATTES. ' 46. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Commerce. • MARJORIE ELIZABETH MAUBERRET. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • FELICE EGAN MAURER, ' 47, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; " Hulla- baloo. " • ROBERT M. MAY. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu. • RUTH NANETTE MAYER, ' 47, Denver. Colorado; Newcomb; Alpha Epsllon Phi; International Relations Club; Oratorical and Debating Society. • ANNE SAMS MAYFIELD. ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI. • CURTIS COLLIER MAYFIELD. JR.. ' 47. Canton. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. • GEORGE ERMENT MAYNAUD, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • SIDNEY LIONEL MAZER. ' 47, Birmingham. Ala- bama; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Nu; Band; " Hulla- baloo. " •v ? - . 1109] UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • JOHN EUGENE MEEKS, ' 45, Savanna. Georgia; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • RAZELE MIDLO, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • TOMMYE GERMAINE MIRANDONA, ' 45, New Orhans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omi ' cron Pi. • MOLLYE LOUISE MEGGINSON, ' U, Thomasville, Alabama; School of Social Work. • CHALITA MENENDEZ. ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Newman Club; Y. W. C. A. • MARGERY SUE (.iENDES, ' 47. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; B. F. A.; Alpha Delta Pi; Art Club; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • HELEN ELIZABETH MERIWETHER, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. • ROBERT ERLE MERRILL. ' 45, Woodward, Ala- bama; Arts and Sciences. • MAX A. MICHAEL, ' 45, Washington, D. C; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • SALVATORE NICHOLAS MILAZZO, ' 46, Elizabeth, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences. • CHARLOTTE JEAN MILGRAM. ' 47. Kansas City, Missouri; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; Jennie Nixon Debating. • CARMEL ELISE MILHAS, ' 47. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • ANDREW HERRON MILLER, ' 45, Memphis, Ten- nessee; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • BETTY LOU MILLER. ' 47, Gretna, Louisiana; Newcomb. • CECIL BESSIE MILLER, ' 47, Gretna, Louisiana; Newcomb. • MARTHA KATHLEEN MITCHELL, ' 45, Nashville. Tennessee; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Assets. • MARION VIRGINIA MIZE, ' 45. GuHport, Mis- sissippi; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • VAL CHARLES MOGENSEN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Honor Board. • JOY EILEEN MOHANA, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; School of Social Work. • LOUIS LeCORGNE MOISE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • BERNARD VICTOR MONTELEONE, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • JAMES NELSON MONTGOMERY, ' 46. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WALTER JAMES MICHAEL, ' 45, Washington, D. C; Commerce; PI Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C. Taffrail. • PEGGY MICHEL. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Y. W. C. A. • CHARLES MARVIN MICIOTTO. ' 45, Crowley, Lou- isiana; Engineering • JAMES ELDRED MILLER, ' 45, Huntsville, Ala- bama; Arts and Sciences; Y. W. C. A. • ELAINE FAY MILLS. ' 47, San Antonio, Texas; Newcomb. • JERRYE JOAN MIRANDONA, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • AUBREY LEE MOORE, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Honor Board; " Jamba- laya " ; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail; University Theatre; White Elephants. • LEWIS FRANK MOORE. ' 45. Shreveport, Lou- isiana; Arfs and Sciences; Band; Dance, Student Di- rector. I 110] Don ' t FIRST COLUMN • LILLIAN BRISHIN MOORE, ' 46, San Antonio, Texas; Social Work. • FRANCIS C. MORAN, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Ptii; Naval R. O. T. C; Tatfrall; University Theatre; White Elephants. • ODETTE MORAN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • DOROTHY MOREL. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Zeta Tau Alpha. • ORA W. MORLIER, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Mathematics Club; Newcomb Swimming Club. • BETTY MORPHY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club; Lagniappes; Pan- Hellenic Council. • PAUL HENRY MORPHY, JR., ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • SHIRLEY JEAN MORRIS, ' 47, Houston, Texas; Newcomb. • MARY HENRIETTA MORRIS, ' 46, Laurel, Missis- sippi; Newcomb; University Theatre. • DONALD TAYLOR MORRISON, ' 44, Galveston, Texas; Arts and Sciences. SECOND COLUMN • JACK LIONEL MORRISON, ' 46, Daytona Beach, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • VIRGINIA H. MORROW, ' 46, Shreveport, Lou- isiana; Social Work; Sigma Kappa. • BEVERLY CLAIRE MORSE, ' 46, Kansas City, Mis- souri; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club; Uni- versity Theatre. • SALVATORE CHARLES MOSCHELLA, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • CLEMENT MURPHY MOSS, JR., ' 47, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Band; " Jambalaya " ; Operetta; Glee Club; University The- atre. • JAMES BLANTON MOSS, JR., ' 44, Clovis, New Mexico; Arts and Sciences. • SALLY RAE MOSS, ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsllon Phi; I. R. C. • FRANCIS PRESTON MOTTRAM, ' 47. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; White Elephants. • FRANCES ELAINE MOYER, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • RUDOLPH JULIUS MUELLING, ' 47, Gulfport, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Glee Club; Operetta. THIRD COLUMN • CHARLOTTE MUGNIER, ' 46, Chalmette, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Spec- tators. • RICHARD FROTSCHER MULLER, JR., ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; A. S. M, E.; Greenbackers. • ROSEMARY LOUISE MULLER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; " Hullabaloo " ; Newman Club; University Theatre. • CHARLES ELBERT MUNDEN, III, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Taflrail; President, Sophomore Class. • JANE HACKETT MUNSON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi; Honor Board. • SHIRLEY MUROV, ' 47, Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo. " • DOROTHY JEAN MURPHEY, ' 46, Ardmore, Okla- homa; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; A Capella Choir; Glee Club. • LEE FRANCIS MURPHY. JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta PI; A. S. M. E.; E. T, A.; " Jambalaya " ; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrall; T. U. R. K. • MICHAEL THOMAS MURPHY, ' 47, Mobile, Ala- bama; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. • ROBERT ALOYSIUS MURPHY, JR., ' 44, Vreden- burgh, Alabama; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta; Honor Board; Naval R. O T. C; Taffrall; T. U. R. K.; President, Junior Class; President, Student Center Council; Who ' s Who. ..r: r i ' lUl] UNDERGRADUAT FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • SIDNEY AUGUSTINE MURRAY. ' 47. Vidalia, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Band. • JAMES MYRE. ' AT, Sulphur Springs, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • JOHN LEWIS McCORKLE. ' ' 4B. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; T. U. R. K.; Taffrail; Naval R. O. T. C. • GEORGE BIERCE McCULLOUGH, ' 44, Tyler, Texas; Commerce; University Theatre. • CAROLYN C McEWAN. ' 47, Port Arthur, Texas; Social Work. 9 ELAINE THELMA McFAUL, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Vice-President, Spanish Club; Y. W. C. A.; Vice-President, Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. • CHARLOHE MYRICK, ' 45, Puerto Armuellis, Panama; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; " Hullabaloo " ; Uni- versity Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • VERNELL JACKSON McALPIN. ' 47, Marian, Illi- nois; Arts and Sciences; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo. " • TOBY Mccarty, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Y. M. C. A. • BITSA McCAY, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • HOYT ALONZO McCLENDON, ' 47, Birmingham, Alabama; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma. • BEVERLY SHAW McCLURE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • THOMAS EARLE McCONNELL, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; I. R. C. • WILLIAM PALMER McCORD, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • KATHLEEN MARIE McCULLOUGH, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club; Glee Club. • LEO PATRICK McCURNIN, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Pre-Med. • JAMES EDWIN McCURRY, ' 47, Texarkana, Ar- kansas; Arts and Sciences. • JAMES CADEAN McDO NALD, JR., ' 47, Wisner, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • MARION F. McDONALD, ' 47, Kansas City, Mis- souri; Arts and Sciences; Freshman Vice-President. • MARTHA LISE McDONOUGH, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • ROBERT EDWIN McDOWELL, ' 44, Ringgold, Louisiana; Engineering. • WILLIAM ERNEST McDOWELL, ' 45, Monroe, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glee Club. • SIBYL LETITIA McGEE, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Delta Beta; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • ELSiE JEAN McGIVNEY, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club; " Jam- balaya " ; Jennie Nixon Debating; Operetta; T. U. R. K. • IRIS CLAIRE McGLOTHIN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " ; University The- atre. • NOELLE THERESA McGOEY, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • SAMUEL JASON McGREW, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Glee Club; I. R C; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Uni- versity Theatre. • BEfTY MclNTOSH, ' 47, Savannah, Georgia; Pi Beta Phi; " Hullabaloo " ; University Theatre. • JERALD STIGLETS MclNTOSH, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • THOMAS B. MclNTOSH, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. [112 1 Just enough left for cigarettes and soap. FIRST COLUMN • LAUBENE McKEE. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JOSEPH POWER McKELL, MS. Grenada. Missis- sippi; Arts and Sciences. • WIlLIAM LEE McLANE. JR., ' 43, Charlotte, North Carolina; Arts and Sciences and Law; Honor Board. Lagniappes; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taftrail; Delta Sigma Phi; Pi Kappa Sigma; Phi Delta Phi. • NANCY McLARTY. ' 47, Atlanta, Seorgia; New- comD; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo. " • JOHN ALLEN McLELLAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences and Law; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T. C; Beta Theta Pi; Alpha Alpha Alpha. • BETTY PRATT McLEOD, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • JOHN PATRICK McMAHON, ' 47, Shreveport, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Sigma. • THOMAS JAMES McMAHON, JR., ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Alpha; Naval R. O. T. C; Taftrail. • EMILE LEGENDRE McMILLAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiara; Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Kappa Alpha. • FRANK VINCENT McMILLEN, II, ' 47, Columbia, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; " White Elephants. SECOND COLUMN • JOSEPH ANDREW McWHORTER, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering. • JOHN DAVID McWILLIAMS, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Lagniappes; T. U. R. K;. Kappa Sigma. • MARGARET McWILLIAMS, ' 45, Gulfport, Missis- sippi; Social Work. • JEAN BRYANT NASH, ' 47, Gretna, Louisiana. • JUIIA ROSS NEEL, ' 44, Columbia, Tennessee; School of Social Work; Alpha Omicron Pi. • LILLIAN U. NESUELOUIA, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu. • REUBEN PAUL NELSON, ' 47, Pelican, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • WILLIAM MILLER NELSON, JR., ' 45, Yazoo City, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; White Elephants. • AUDREY NETHERTON, ' 47. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Delta 2eta; " Hullabaloo " ; Univer- sity Theatre; Y. W. C. A.; Newman Club; Spectator ' s Club. • PAUL A. NEWELL. ' 44. Caitilla. Honduras; Engi- neering. THIRD COLUMN • JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH NICHOLS. ' 46, Atlanta, Georgia; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club; " Jambalaya " ; Pan-Hellenic Council; University The- atre. • WILLIAM SMITH NICOLL, JR., ' 47, Colorado Springs. Colorado; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • GLORIA M. NIXON, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Y. W. C. A. • ELLEN NOCHLIN, ' 46, Mayfield, Kentucky; New- comb; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo. " • THOMAS HOWARD NOLAN, ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; Whiie Elephants. • JAMES RICHARD NORMAN, " 47, Jennings, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. • TOM DAVID NORMAN, ' 46, Haynesville. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • NANCY JANE NUNEZ. ' 46. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Art Club; Assets; Honor Board; Alpha Omicron Pi. • LORRAINE FRANCES NUNGESSER. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Alpha Beta Lambda. • JOCELYN ALICE NYLAND, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; A Cape I la Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Alpha Delta Pi; La Tertulia (Spanish Club). % I J i I 1113) UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • DOROTHY CHARLOHE NYMAN. ' 47. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. • LEILA MAYS OBIER. ' 46, Plaquemine, Louisiana; Nev-connb; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; Alpha Delta Pi. • JOEL ANN O ' BRIEN. ' 47. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Kappa Alpha Theta. • ANTHONY JOSEPH OCCHIPINTI. ' 46. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce. • PATRICIA VERINICE O ' CONNOR, ' 47, New Or- lean:, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta. • WILLIAt WRIGHT OGDEN, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiara; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • MARIE THERESA O ' HARA. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A.; Delta Zeta; Dance Club. • JAMES PHILIP OHL5EN, JR.. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. T. E. E.; Mathematics Club. • JOEL MADDEN OLIVER, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • DORIS MAE O ' NEIL, ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Alpha Delta Pi. • HELEN JOAN OPOTO ' WSKY, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " ; I. R. C. • EDWARD RONALD ORFILA, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • EDWARD BUTLER ORY. ' 47. Lake Charles. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • DELIA H. O ' SHEE. ' 45, Alexandria, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • DONALD CLAUDE OSTER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Naval R, O. T. C; Taffrail; Delta Sigma Phi. • ROBERT KINNEAR OVERSTREET, ' 45. Jackson, Mississippi; Engineering; Architectural Society; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; T. U. R. K.; Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM CECIL OWEN, JR., ' 44, Clewiston Florida; Arts and Sciences, Law; Greenbackers Honor Board; Intramural Council; Moot Court Board Naval R. 0. T. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail White Elephants; Pi Kappa Alpha; Pi Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Class President. Freshman Law; Asso- ciate Editor, " Jambalaya (3); Associate Director, Intramural Council; Who ' s Who; Honor Council, Law. • JANE ALBERT OWINGS. ' 47. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Alpha Omicron Pi. • CLYDE SHELTON PACE, ' 45, Winona, Mississippi; Electrical Engineering. • MURRAY NED PADWA. ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Kappa Nu. • SHIRLEY PAILET. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Phi Sigma Sigma. • VIRGIL MAX PAINE, ' 46, Orange, Texas; Com- merce. • ELTON LAMAR PALMER, ' 47. Aberdeen. South Dakota; Arts and Sciences. • ROBERT L. PALMER, ' 47, Dallas, Texas; Engi- neerinc,; Architectural Society. • BLANC AIREY PARKER, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Kappa Alpha. • GEORGIA WILLIAM PARKER, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Social Work. • ALEX LEON PARKS. ' 47, Brundidge. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • MICKEY G. PARLOUR, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; " Jam- balaya " ; Alpha Omicron Pi. • KATHERINE ISABELLE PARTRIDGE, ' 47 New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • ROBERT DEWEY PAHERSON, ' 46, Tupelo, Missis- sippi; Arts and Sciences; Football. (114 1 Astronomy lab gazes at the heavens. FIRST COLUMN • ALICE BATCHELOR PATTON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Art Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; Pi Beta Phi. • MARY LOUISE PAYNE, ' 46, Greenville, Missis- sippi; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • CHARLES GORDON PEERMAN, JR., ' 47, Nash- ville, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • LI5E BRANDT PEDERSEN, ' 47, Lake Charles, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • NORVIN LeROY PELLERIN, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; White Elephants. • ROSEMONDE STEVENS PELTZ. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JAMES LEONARD PENDERGRASS, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. T. E. E.; Glee Club; Mathematics Club. • JOHN AMBROSE PENDERGASS, ' 47, Fort Payne, Alabama; Arts and Sciences. • PATRICIA ANN PERES, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • BEHY ANN PEREZ, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. SECOND COLUMN • BENJAMIN PERKOWSKI, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Law; " Law Review " ; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JOSEPH KAYLE PERLOFF, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; I. R. C; Naval R. O. T. C: Taffrail. • CHARLES ALBERT PERRENOD, JR., ' 44. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; Campus Night; Sigma Pi. • WALTER DONALD PERRO, ' 47. Hodge, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • LEONARD PESSES, ' 46, El Dorado, Arkansas; Sigma Alpha Mu. • HARVEY JACQUES PESSIN, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • JULIA PETERMAN, ' 46, Alexandria. Louisiana; Newcomb, Kappa Kappa Gahima. • SHIRLEY CATHERINE PETERS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A.; Delta Zeta; Newman Club. • CHESTER ARTHUR PEYRONNIN, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Alpha Phi Omega; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Football, Softball, Boxing. • RITA CLARE ANN PFLUEGER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; University Theatre; Tulane Newcomb; Newman Club; Delta Zeta. THIRD COLUMN • CHARLES OLIVER PHILLIPS, JR., ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Pi. • HARRIETT ANN PIERCE, ' 46, Caruthersvillc, Mis- souri; Newcomb; Glee Club; Kappa Alpha Theta; Dance Club. • ROBERT ALVIN PIERPONT, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • ALAN SIDNEY PINCUS, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering. • JO ANN PINCUS, ' 44. San Antonio, Texas; New- comb; Assets; Greenbackers; Honor Board; New- comb Student Government; Student Council, New- comb, Alpha Epsilon Phi; President, Junior Class; Tenis Club. • CARLOS A. PINZON. ' 45, Panama; Arts and Sciences; Phi lota Alpha. • RICHARD A. PISKE. ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Pan-Hellenic Council; Sigma Pi. • IDDO PITTMAN, ' 46, Hammond, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • REUBEN JACKSON PLANT, JR., ' 47, Tallassee, Alabama; Arts and Sciences. • LOUIS ANTHONY POLIZZI, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Mu. IU5] I W UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • ALBERT ERSKINE PONS, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; " Hullabaloo " ; Sigma Pi. • CHARLES LEE POPE, ' 47, Zachary, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. • ELIZABETH POURCIAU, ' 44, New Roads, Lou- siana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; O. M. K. • RUTH DRUHAN POWER, ' 47. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Newcomb Orchestra; Operetta. • JAMES ALEXANDER POYNER, ' 44, Dofhan, Ala- bama; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • DALTON PREJEAN, ' 47, Lafayette, Louisiana; Engineering. • RAY PRESCOTT. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • AVA HAMILTON PRICE (MRS.), ' 45, Logansport, Louisiana; Social Work. • ALECK PRIMOS, ' 44, Jackson, Mississippi; Com- merce; Greenbackers; Naval R. O. T. C; Pan- Hellenic Council; White Elephants; Phi Delta Theta. • MARILYN C. PROBST, ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " ; Newcomb Orchestra; Symphony Orchestra; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A.; Dance Club. • COURTNEY PROFFITT, ' 45, Casper, Wyoming; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • MARIE JACQUELINE PROVOSTY, ' 46. New Or leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi. • RUTH PROVOSTY, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Art Club; Pi Beta Phi. • RUBEN A. PUERTA, ' 44, Panama City, Republic of Panama; Arts and Sciences; Pan-Hellenic Council; Phi lota Alpha. • STANLEY MORRIS PULITZER, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Glee Club; Sigma Alpha Mu. • ALLAN EUSTIS pUERENS. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. • ELAINE ADELE OUERENS, ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • RAOUL I. RABINER, ' 46, Perth Amboy, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo. " • SAUL FREDERICK RABINER, ' 47, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Mu. • ANDREW RAETZSCH, ' 44, Seguin, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • JAMES DOUGLAS RASLAND, ' 46, Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • LOUIS V. RAND, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C; Kappa Alpha. • JACOB COWPER RANDALL, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. e EDWARD PHILIP RANDOLPH, III, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Y. M. C. A.; PI Kappa Alpha. • JOSEPH JOHN RANNA, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Mechanical Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Pi Kappa Alpha. • WESLEY JOSEPH RANSON, ' 44, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi; Engineering; Newman Club; A. T. of Ch. E.; Mathematics Club; Alpha Chi Sigma. • GEORGE EDWARD RAPIER, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana. • MYRON H. RAPPEPORT, ' 44, Texas City, Texas; Engineering. • BRUNET JULES RATEAU, JR., ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. • CAROLINE S. RAU, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; University Theatre; Alpha Omicron Pi. IU61 I T B -7 SB j gS - ' ■ m i n % %■ V ' X. .S s«£ We ' re looking, too! FIRST COLUMN • JOSEPH MATTHEW RAULT, JR., ' 47. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Cheerleader; " Hullabaloo " ; Beta Theta Pi. • BETTY FAVROT READ, ' 46, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gannma. • WILLIAM M. REDDING, ' 47, Amarillo, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • ADELE ADAH REDDITT, ' 45, Columbia. Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Newcomb Orchestra; New- comb Student Government; Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council; Student Council, Newcomb; Corresponding Secretary of Student Body; Recording Secretary of Student Body; Festival Choir. • MARY LOUISE REED, ' 47, Miami. Florida; Social Work. • MARIAN REESE, ' 45. Merriam. Kansas; Newcomb; Art Club; " Hullabaloo " ; I. R. C; Symphony Or- chestra; Historian, Beta Beta Beta; Corresponding Secretary, Beta Beta Beta; Beta Sigma Omicron. • ARTHUR NEWTON REGOHAS, ' At. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Mathematics Club. • ELEANOR ALICE REICH, ' 46, Fort Worth, Texas; Newcomb; Art Club; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Secret ry of Sophomore Class; Kappa Alpha Theta. • WILLIAM ARCHER REID, ' 45, Atlanta, Georgia; Arts and Sciences; T. U. R. K.; Sigma Chi. • JOHN FORD REILLEY, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Y. M. C. A.; Phi Kappa Sigma. SECOND COLUMN • SYLVIA MIRIAM REINER, ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • ALICE WANDA MARIE REMES. ' 44. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JEANNEHE VAUGHAN RENEGAR, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Alpha Omicron Pi. • JOHN JOSEPH REVISORE. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • JANE CREWS REYNOLDS, ' 46, Caruthersville, Missouri; Arts and Sciences; Newcomb; A Capella Choir; Glee Club. • MAE HARRELL REYNOLDS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Swimming Club. • WILLIAM CUMBERLAND REYNOLDS, JR., ' 47, Birmingham, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • JACK RICH, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engi- n eering: Naval R, O. T. C; Tatfrail; Zeta Beta Tau. • ANNA LEE RICHARDS. ' 45, Richwood, West Vir- ginia; Arts and Sciences. • JEANNEnE ANN RICHARDS. ' 45. Richwood, West Virginia; Arts and Sciences. THIRD COLUMN • FLORENCE HARRIS RICKER. ' 47, Tulsa, Okla- homa; Newcomb; Glee Club; Treasurer of Sopho- more Class; Alpha Omicron Pi. • JOAN ELIZABETH RICKERT. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • ALMA COLLINS RIESS, " 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Newcomb Athletic Council; Uni- versity Theatre; Y. W. C. A,; Newcomb Swimming Club; Beta Beta Beta. • JEN RIVES. ' 47, Mansfield. Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • BETTY LOU ROBERTS, ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • FIORENCE TAYLOR ROBERTS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; Phi Mu. • JAMES WILLIAM ROBER50N. ' 47. Pontotoc, Mis- sissippi; Engineering. • ALAN JILLSON ROBINSON. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Cheerleader; E. T. A.; Green- backers; Honor Board; Naval R. O. T, C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Pi Kappa Alpha; President of Sopho- more Engineers. • COLLEEN MARIE ROBINSON, ■47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • HARRY CARTER ROBINSON. ' 47. Augusta, Georgia; Arts and Sciences. ' 0 i i ' 1117) UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • EDWARD DWIGHT RODDA. ■45, Okmulgee. Okla- homa; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • JULANNE ROSE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Assets; I. R. C; Jennie Nixon Debating. • JACQUELINE S. ROTHROCK, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JANE BRUCE RODRIGUE, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Newman Club; Spectators; Delta Zeta. • FREDERICK ELLSWORTH R05EMAN, ' 45, Sulphur, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E.; Taffrail. • DAPHNE MARGERY ROY, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb: Glee Club; University Theatre; La Tertulla; Delta Zeta. • MARY ANN ROGERS, ' 44, Corinth, Mississippi; School of Social Work. • REUBEN GOODWIN ROGERSON, ' 45, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Delta Sigma Phi. • WILLIAM GRAHAM ROLAND, ' 46, Vicksburg, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. • GLORIA MAE ROLFS, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering. • DAVID MONROE ROOKS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • WALTER JOSEPH ROONEY, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; University Theatre. • FLOYD DAVID RODS. ' 44, Shreveport. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Glendy Burke; I. R. C; Uni- versity Theatre. • HAROLD ALLEN ROSEN, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; A. 1. E. E.; Mathematics Club. • EVELYN ROSENBERG, ' 47, Joplln, Missouri; New- comb; I. R. C; Jenny Nixon Debating. • SHIRLEY INEZ ROSENTHAL, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • LESTER ROSENZWEIG, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • KATHERINE ALICE ROSS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • MAY ROSS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; New- comb; Glee Club. • ERNEST ROTH, JR., ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E.; Greenbackers; Pan- Hellenic Council. • PAUL RUBIN. ' 47, Jersey City, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences; " Hullabaloo " ; I. R. C; Baseball Team; Football Team. • FRANK RUSSUM, ' 44, Perkinston, Mississippi; Commerce; Band; Campus Night; Cheerleader; Glee Club, I. R. C. • HELEN TEMPLE RUTLAND, ' 46, St. Petersburg, Florida; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • EARLINE LEAH RUTTER, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • JACKIE RYAN, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Delta Zeta. • CAROLYN ANDERSON SADLER, ' 47, Helena, Arkansas; Newcomb. • OGDEN NASH 5AIK, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering. • JOSEPHINE ROSE, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • RICHARD ROBERT ROTHARMEL, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • BARBARA MARY SANCHEZ, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Kappa Gamma. (U81 Our tailor will fit you in the next room. FIRST COLUMN • MARGERY ANNE SANDFIELD, ' 46, San Anfonio, Texas; Newcomb. • CLARA LAWSON 5ANP0RD. ' 47, Wetumpka, Alabama: School of Social Work. • EDWARD HUSH SANFORD, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; E. T. A.; Naval R. O T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants; Kappa Sigma; Phi Phi. • JACK EMMANUAL SASSONE, ' 46, Osyka, Mis- sissippi; Arts and Sciences. • JAMES LANE SAULS, ' 47, Areola. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • H. A. SAWYER, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Honor Board; Delta Alpha Epsilon. • WYNN ALBERT SAYMAN, ' 47, Alexandria, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • THOMAS M. SAYRE, JR., ' 46, Rayville, Lou- isiana, Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • DAN SONTHEIMER SCHARFF, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; Y. M C. A. • DONALD B. SCHELL, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; E. T. A.; Varsity Baseball. SECOND COLUMN • WILLIAM CHRISTIAN SCHEPPEGRELL, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • LEWIS KENT SCHLUMBRECHT, ' 47. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering. • FREDERICK HENRY SCHMIDT, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E. • A. J. SCHMITT, JR., ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • WALLACE BENJAMIN SCHMITZ, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O T. C; Taffrail; Varsity Football. • JEAN OPLE SCHNEIDER, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • MATTHEW PETER SCHNEIDER, JR., ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; White Elephants. • JOHN JOSEPH SCHOENHARDT, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • GERARD HARRY SCHONEKAS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • MOISE SCHORNSTEIN, JR., ' 46, Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. THIRD COLUMN • BARBARA SCHREIER, ' 46, Morgan City, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club. • BETSY SCHUCHAT, ' 44. Baltimore, Maryland; Social Work. • CARL JOSEPH SCHUMACHER, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; " Hullabaloo. " • HAROLD MAITLAND SCHUMANN, ' 46, Gretna, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; T. M. C. A. • RALPH J. SCHWARZ, JR., ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Law; Zeta Beta Tau; Glee Club; I. R. C; " Law Review " ; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JACK CARL SCHWEGMANN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Pi. • GUY BRUCE SCOGGIN, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. • DOROTHY SUE SCOTT, ' 47, Memphis, Tennessee; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • FOSTER PHILIP SCOTT, ' 47, Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • AMI WINIFRED SEAR, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " ; " Jambalaya " ; Uni- versity Theatre. 1119 J V k k y UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • LOIS SEIDENBACH, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • DENISE CLEVELAND SESSUMS. ' 46, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi; A Capella Choir; Assets; Green backers; Honor Board; " Hulla- baloo " ; Newcomb Student Government; Student Council, Newcomb; President of Sophomore Class; Spectators. • MARIANNE SEWELL. ' 46, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Y. W. C. A. • CHARLES WALTER SHARP, ' 44. Edinburg. Texas; Arts and Sciences. • JOHN WINDFIELD SHARP. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; " Hullabaloo " ; University Theatre; Alpha Tau Omega. • GLORIA JOSEPHINE SHEARIN, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A.; Beta Sigma Omicron. • WILLIAM HOMER SHEPARD. ' 44. Longbeach. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Band; Glee Club; Naval R. O. T. C. • JOHN WALTON SHERROUSE. JR.. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail, Beta Theta Pi. • CHARLES B SHERWOOD. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • EVELYN SH IDLER. ' 47. Pawhuska. Oklahoma; School of Social Work. • DANIEL FRANCIS SHIELDS, ' 47, Bridgeport. Ohio. Engineering. • JEANNE SARA SHIELDS. " 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; " Jambalaya. " • ESTELLE JEANNE SHIRLEY. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • GASTON ANDERSON SHUMATE, III, ' 45, Dallas, Texas; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • JOAN SHWARTZ, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • BARBARA ANN SHWAYDER, ' 47, Denve Colo- rado; Newcomb; Glee Club. • MARY VIRGINIA SIDNEY. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; University Theatre. • HERSCHEL SIDRANSKY. ' 47, Pensacola, Florida; Arts and Sciences. • AUSTIN VIADERO SIERRA. JR.. ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. T. of Ch. E. • ABE SILVER, JR.. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; " Hullabaloo. " • ANNABELLE CHASSIE SIMMONS. " 47. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JAMES MAURICE SIMMONS, ' 46, Willis Point. Texas; Commerce • HENRY GERSON SIMON. ' 47. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. • CARLTON SALVIS SIMONEAUX, JR.. ' 44. Mar- rero, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • GERALD NICHOLLS SIMS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • FLORENCE SINGLETARY. ' 47. Beaumont, Texas; Newcomb; Delta Zeta. • CLARICE CHAUVIN SLAGLE. ' 46. Monroe. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Assets; Newcomb Resident Student; Chi Omega. • RALPH SLOVENKO. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; " Hullabaloo " ; Kappa Nu. • JOHN EDWARD SJUNNESSON. ' 46. Chicago. Illinois; Engineering; A. S. C. E. • JOHN BENTON SMALLPAGE. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Class Officer; Unit Manager. 1120] Looltmg for something? FIRST COLUMN • VIRGINIA ANNE SMART, ' 45. New Orleans, Lou- isiand; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club; Pan-Hellenic Council. • ELIZABETH DeKOVEN SWEDES, ' 45. Cade, Lou- isiana; Newcomb: Glee Club; Operetta; University Theatre; 1. W. C. A. • GLORIA MAY SMITH. ' 46, Miami, Florida; New- comb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Lagniappes; T. C. V. C. • MIRIAM RUTH SMITH. ' 47, Jonestown. Missis- sippi; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • WILLIAM ISAAC SMITH. ' 46, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi. • WILLIAM LAWRENCE SMITH. JR., ' 47, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • MARTHA ADELAIDE SMITHER, ' 47. Huntsville. Texas; Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. • GLORIA SMITHERMAN, ' 47, Shreveport. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • JERRY SMITHERMAN. ' 46. Shreveport. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omrcron Pi. • CLARENCE HAAS SNELLING. JR.. ' 47, Metairie, Louisiana; Engineering. SECOND COLUMN • MARILYN SOCLOF. ' 47. Pensacola, Florida; New- comb, Phi Sigma Sigma; Glee Club. • A. M. SOMERS, ' 47, Ontario, California; Arts and Sciences; Honor Board; President, Freshman Class. • MERCEDES SONTHEIMER, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb: I. R. C; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • TOMAS DOMINGO SOSA, ' 47. Caracas, Vene- zuela; Arts and Sciences; Phi lota Alpha. • JACQUElYN SOUDERES. ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; " Hullabaloo " ; T. U. R. K.; Y. W C A. • CHRISTINE MARPUERITE SOULE, ' 47, Spring- field, Pennsylvania; School of Social Work. • ALICE ALEXANDER SOUTH. ' 46. Frankfort, Ken- tucky; Newcomb; Chi Omega; A Capella Choir; Art Club. • ANDREA C. SOYLAND. ' 46. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • VINCENT DE PAUL SPEAR. JR.. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • EARLE E. SPENCER, ' 47. Pinebluff, Arkansas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. THIRD COLUMN • JANICE BELLE SPIRO, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Campus Night; " Hullabaloo " ; Y. W. C. A. • FRANK ROSS STAINTON. JR.. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • BREWSTER GEORGE STALTER. ' 46. Newark. New Jersey; Commerce. • MINNETTE LOUISE STARTS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Cheerleader; Y. W. C. A.; Dance Club. • BERNARD MEYER STEINAU. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • KATHERINE WILLIFORD STEPHENS, ' 47, Helena, Arkansas; Social Work. • HARRIET BETH STERN, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " ; University Theatre. • JOANNE STERN. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • JULIAN P. STERN. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • BARBARA STEWART, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta; Greenbackers. JUL w 11211 UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • CHARLES scon STEWART. ' 44, Shreveport. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma Epsilon. • ERNEST KNOX STRAHAN. JR., 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. • DOROTHY EMMA SUMNER. ' 47. Santa Anna. Texas, Social Work. • JACK K. STEWART. ' 44, Monahans. Texas; Arts and Sciences. • JOHN L. STRAUSS. ' 45. Mobile, Alabama; Com- merce; Zeta Beta Tau; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • E. PATRICIA SUnON. ' 47. New Orleans, Lo isiana; Newcomb. • HELEN MARGARET STICK. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • PATRICIA LOUISE 5TRECKFUS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • MARY LOU SUTTON, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • STONEWALL BOULET STICKNEY. ' 44. Mobile. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Beta Mu; Glee Club. • HATTIE MARY STREHLE. ' 47. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • TROYE ANTHONY SVENDSON. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O, T. C; Taffrail; White Elephants; Basketball. • JOE T. STOKER. ' 45. Baton Rouge. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; A Capella Choir; Lambda Chi Alpha. • ROSALYN J. STREIFFER. ' 47. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • WILDORA JEAN SWAIN. ' 46, Kansas City, Mis- souri; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. • MARIE HARRIET STOUSE. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. • BARBARA R. STRONG. ' 46. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; Tennis Club. • SUE SWITZER. ' 47. Beaumont. Texas; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; Art Club. • MAURICE JEAN STOUSE. JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • PAUL SARDIUS STUART, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; A Capella Choir; A. S M. E.; E. T. A.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. » EILEEN MARIE TALBOT, ' 47, New Orleans. Lou- jiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • PIERRE JOSEPH STOUSE. JR.. ' 46. Woggaman, Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. • ROBERT ISADORE SUD, ' 46, Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. • ALBERT O. TANGUE. JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • HENRY HONORE ST. PAUL. Ill, ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A.; Delta Kappa Epsilon, • MARIE LOUISE SULLIVAN. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Glee Club. • LESLIE FISHER TANNER, JR., ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; T. S. C. E.; Mathematics Club. • CONRAD JOSEPH ST. PIERRE. ' 47, Gretna, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • GERALD ALOYSIUS SULTENFU5S. ' 47, Tampa, Florida; Arts and Sciences. • ANTHONY SALVADOR TAORMINA, ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. [122) Interesting, isn ' t It! FIRST COLUMN • HERBERT EDWARD TARDY, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana: Electrical Engineering; A. 1. E. E.; Mathe- matics Club; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • MURIEL DOROTHY TATE, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • BEVERLY TAYLOR, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Art Club; Sreenbackers; Univer- sity Tteatre. • GEORGE WATSON TEBO, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; Glee Club. • ANDREW HENRY THALHEIM, JR., ' 47, Gretna, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; White Elephants. • CHARLES EDWARD THERIOT, ' 45, Kaplan, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • JOHN EDGAR THIBAUT, ' 47, Napoleonville, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • JEAN FRANCES THIBODEAUX, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; University Theatre. • JOHN STEPHEN THOMAS, ' 47, Bedford, Ohio; Arts and Sciences. • JOHN HERNDON THOMSON, ' 46, Ashevllle, North Carolina; Engineering; A Capella Choir; A. I. E. E.; Glee Club. SECOND COLUMN • JOHN S. THOMPSON, ' 47, McComb, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Dance Band. • SAMUEL JACK THOMPSON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • LEWIS STEPHENS TILGHMAN, JR., ' 45, Meridian, Mississippi; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • FLORENCE JANICE TILL, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " • CLAIRE PEGEEN TINKLER, ' 44, Saint Francisvillc, Louisiana; Newcomb. • ELIZABETH PATRICIA TOBIN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A Capella Choir; Assets; Glee Club; Newcomb Or- chestra; Operetta; Class Representative to Newcomb Alumnae Association. • MARY MARGARET TODD, ' 47. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • JOY ALETHA TONEY, ' 46, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • WILLIAM GEORGE TOUJOUSE, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Architecture. • JOSEPH TRAUTMAN, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Law; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. THIRD COLUMN • WILLIAM LEE TRAVIS, II, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; White Elephants. • CAROLYN TRAWICK, ' 47, Dothan, Alabama; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • ANNA CELIA TRELLES, ' 45. Tampa, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Delta Zeta; Greenbackers; Lagnlappes. • PURITA GEORGINA TRELLES, ' 45, Tampa, Flor- ida; Newcomb; Delta Zeta. • RAY CLIFFORD TREMONT, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana, Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. • FRANCES ELIZABETH TRUITT, ' 47, Norfolk, Vir- ginia; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A. • WILLIAM VON PHUL TRUFANT, ' 44, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; I. R. C; Lagniappes; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • NETTIE NELL TRUSTY, ' 47, Cotton Valley, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club. • DOROTHY MAY TUGEL, ' 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb: Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A. • PEGGY DEAN TULLOS, ' 45, Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. J. m. L._ [123] UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • AUGUSTA MATHILDE TURNER, 47, Atlanta, Georgia; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • HELEN EILEEN TURNER, ■46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Art Club; T. U. R. K.; " Jamba- laya, " • JOYCE BRISBANE ULMER, ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Glee Club; " Hulla- baloo " ; Y, W, C. A, • AMELIE ALCEE UMBACH, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Mu; T. U. R. K.; Uni- versity Theatre. • FIGUEROA LEOPOLDO VALDES, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; I. R. C. • ELIZABETH JANE VALLAS, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A.; La Tertulia. • CLAUDE PETER VALLET, JR., ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; " Hulla- baloo " ; University Theatre; Y. M. C. A. • HENRIETTE VALLON, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • OSCAR A. VANDENBOOM, ' 47, DeRidder, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences. • JACK FRED VARNELL, ' 46, Italy, Teias; Com- merce. • JULIE VOORHIES VASS, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. • DOROTHY BELLE VERLANDER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • ELAINE CATHARINE VERLANDER, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. • HARRY SMITH HALL VERLANDER, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • AUDREY ADAIR VICKNAIR, ' 45, Gretna, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Greenback- ers; Y. W. C. A. • RODNEY MOSS VINCENT, ' 46, Lake Charles, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta. • BETTY JEAN VINSON, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Y. W. C. A, • HARRY LORRIMER VIOSCA, JR., ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering. • ANTHONY JOSEPH VIZARD, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • EVA STUART VOELKER, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • HERBERT PAUL VOGEL, ' 44, Brooklyn, New York; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Nu; University Theatre. • MARY LOU VOGEL, ' 47, Los Angeles, California; Newcomb. • HENRY RICHARD VOGT, ' 43, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce. • HEDA FRANCIS VON MEYSENBUG, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • PETRONILLA MARIE VOORHIES, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Dancing. • BETTY KATHRYN VORBUSCH, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " ; University The- atre; Y. V . C. A. Secretary. • BETTY WAGGAMAN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Lagniappes; T. U. R. K. • FRANK WILLIAM VAN KIRK, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Chi; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • MIRIAM ADRIENNE VIOSCA, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Newman Club; Y. W. C. A. • MARILYN " WAGS " WAGNER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. 1124 1 .■.-:i?s i.. ■ 4C: Hot stuffi FIRST COLUMN • WILLIAM E. WAGNON, JR., ' 44, Palestine, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • THOMAS OLIVER WAKEMAN, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Naval R, O. T. C; Taffrail; T. U. R. K.; White Elephants. • BURTON WALKER, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. • HAROLD BOYLSTON WALKER, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi; A. t, of Ch. E,; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • JAMES HUBERT WALKER, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • JANE MONTGOMERY WALKER, ' 43, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club. • VERA ANNA WALKER, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • JANET FLETCHER WALL, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce; Phi Mu; Mathematics Club. • CLIFFORD LUTHER WALLACE. ' 44. San A n- tonio, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • LUTHER HILL WALLER, JR., ' 45, Montgomery, Alabama; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SECOND COLUMN • FRANCES ELAINE WALTHER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • BENJAMIN FLOYD WALTON, ' 44, Houma, Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Band. • SARAH ANN WARREN, ' 46. Mayfield. Kentucky; School of Social Work. • BERTHA MOLLY WASHASTROM, ' ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • HENRY HARCOURT WATERS, ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • ANN WATKINS, ' 47, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Slee Club; Y. W. C. A. • GUYTON HAMPTON WATKINS, ' 44, New Iberia, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Glendy Burke; Y. M. C. A. • WILLIAM ALTER WATSON, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • A. ADAIR WATTERS. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Tennis Team. ' 43; Intramural Basket- ball and Touch Football. • JAMES COOPER WATTLEY, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; A Capella Choir; Glee Club. THIRD COLUMN • CHARLES H. WEATHERLY, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Mathematics Club. • JAMES L. WEBB. ' 45, Leland, Massachusetts; Arts and Sciences. • BARBARA DAY WEDEMEYER, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • CECILE WEIL. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; New- comb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Assets; Pan-Hellenic Council; T. U. R. K.; University Theatre; Tennis Club. • SAMUEL PULLIAN WEILAND. ' 46, Nashville, Ten- nessee, Arts and Sciences. • RENA WEINER. ' 47. Tupelo. Mississippi; New- comb; I. R. C. e EPHRAIM FRED WEINISER. ' 47. Irvington. New Jersey; Arts and Sciences. • DORIS EVELYN WEINSTEIN. ' 46. St. Augustine. Florida; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; I. R. C; Jennie Nixon Debating; University Theatre; Newcomb Intramurals; Dance Club; Festival Choir. • ABRAHAM WEISLER. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Engineering; Kappa Nu; Glendy Burke; " Hulla- baloo " ; I. R. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; Symphony Orchestra. • JACK PAUL WEISS. ' 46, Perth Amboy. New Jersey; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Glee Club; Tennis Sguad. -.-: !Mu, 1125] UNDERGRADUATES FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • GEORGE HENRY WEISSBORN, ■46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • J. PATRICK WHELAN, ■44.. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Commerce. • MARION MARIE WILBERT. ■46. Donaldsville, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • DONALD RANDOLPH WELLFORD. ' 44. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A. S. C. E,; E, T, A.; Glee Club; ■ ' Jambalaya " ; Naval R. O. T. C; Operetta; Taffrail; White Elephants; Intramural Basketball and Football. • PHYLLIS BOWMAN WELLFORD. ' 47. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. • RICHARD O. WERLEIN. ■45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Naval R. O. T C; Taffrail. • ANN BOYD WEST. 45. New Orleans. Louisian Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • MARGIE WEST. ' AT, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Dance Club; Glee Club. • MAIA WESTON. 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • F. B. WESTPHAL. ' 47. Houston. Texas; Engineer- ing. • KEITH JOHN WHEELAHAN. JR., 46, Algiers. Louisiana; Engineering. • JOHN WHITAKER. JR., ' 46, Woodville, Missis- sippi; Arts and Sciences. • AYLMER VIRGINIA WHITE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Delta PI; A. I. of Ch. E.; Honor Board; Mathematics Club. • MARTHA FAY WHITE, ' 47. Lecompte, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • MARY MINA WHITENER, ' 47, Alexandria, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • ANDREW PETER WHITMAN, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; T. S. C. E.; Mathematics Club. • JEAN BABB WHITTEN, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • HARRY ERNEST WIEGEL, 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • CONNIE LEE WIENER, 46, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Art Club; Glee Club; " Jamba- laya " ; University Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • CLEO DUKE WILDER, JR.. ' 47. Paris. Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Tennis Team. • HARRY JOHN WILLIAMS. JR.. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Lagniappes; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Spectators. • JOHN HERBERT WILLIAMS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • LEONARD CHARLES WILLIAMS, ' 45, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • LORRAINE MARGARET WILLIAMS, ' 47, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A. • ROBERT DAVIDSON WILLIAMS, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Track Letterman, ' 43. • WALWORTH FORMAN WILLIAMS, ' 47, Alex- andria, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • E5MAR KAISER WILLIAMSON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; A. S. C. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. I 126 J Aren ' t grand marches wonderful . . . FIRST COLUMN • LENORE WILLIAMSON. ' 45, Pine Apple, Ala- bama; Ncwcomb; Pi Beta Phi; T. U. R. K. • WILLIAM FLOYD WILLIAMSON, JR., ' 44, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; Architectural Society; E. T. A.; Sreenbackers; Pan- Hellenic Council. • WILLIAM DAVID WILLIS, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • F. GLENDINE WILSON, ' 47. Selma, Alabama; Newcomb. • JULIEN GREAVES WILSON, ' 47, Tupelo, Missis- sippi; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta; Symphony Orchestra. • LOUIS G. WINGATE. ' 47. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • OLIVE KATHERINE WISE, ' 45, Warren, Arkansas; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • CHARLES SWANSON WITCHER, ' 44, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • GERALD MARKS WORMSER, ' 46, Jeanerette, Louisiana: Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau. SECOND COLUMN • BETTY WOLBRETTE. ' 46. Shreveport. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; I. R. C; Jennie Nixon Debating. • LEONARD MENAGE WOLFF. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Green- backers • ANN COLLINS WOOD, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce. • HELEN JEAN WOOD, ' 47, Evanston, Illinois; Newcomb. • CECIL LAMBERT WOODFIN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; School of Social Work. I ELEANOR WOODWARD, ' 47, New Orleans, Lou- iiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • ROSALIE ELIZABETH WOOLFLEY, ' 43, Ft. Meade, Maryland; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. • ROBERT MOORE WOOLFOLK, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; A. I. ot Ch. E. • BEULAH WRIGHT, ' 47, Eunice, Louisiana; New- comb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; " Jambalaya. " THIRD COLUMN • GRADY H. WRIGHT, ' 44. Weatherford. Texas; Commerce. • BOB KEEN WYLIE, ' 44, Lubbock, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • MILES PRATT WYNN, ' 45, Honolulu, Hawaii: Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • WILLIAM BAKER WYNN, ' 45, Honolulu, Hawaii; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • ROLAND LAWRENCE YOKUM, ' 47, Ponchatoula, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • CLAIRE MAE ZANDER. ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; University Theatre. • RAIFORD MICHELL ZIEGLER. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Naval R. O. T. C; Taffrail. • ANDRE HAROLD ZILBERMANN. ' 46, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Mu; A. S. M. E.; Mathematics Club. • EDWARD HERMAN ZUNKER, ' 44, Seguin, Texas; Commerce. ..y. w J 1127) Dawn patrol over Iceland. U. S. Navy Observation plane patrol- ing as the sun rose at 1:00 a. m. ■-,-Mmtimniwnaiiie.v. ■- ■ -:i.. ' s Hi»stf.i« " ' " -• • " " r ILEIICS Yea! Greenies! [133] HORACE C. RENEGAR WAR TIME SPORTS AT TULAIVE Sports of the past year were in general very successful. Al- though war naturally limited their scope, the Navy program added to their popularity and success. Travel difficulties interfered with the trips that are usually made, but this problem was solved by arranging games and meets with near-by schools and groups. In these contests Tulane came out on the top end of the score most of the time. As long as possible, war time sports will continue, and will lack none of the thrill of peace time activities. [194] . ' ■ ' .1 : r. V . .»■] -?- J ; .;-■ J-. THE GREEN WAVE DR. WILBUR C. SMITH TULANE ATHLETIC COUNCIL MEMBERS Judge George Janvier Mr, Bernard Grehan Mr. W. James Amoss Professor William L. Duren Professor Paul C. Taylor Professor Ernest Scott Barr Professor George Simmons Secretary Mr. Joseph L Killeen Dr. Wilbur C. Smith Ex Officio HONORARY MEMBERS Mr. George G. Westfeldt Mr. Timothy Grain Dn I A J Student Representative r. Douglas Anderson ' 7:) ' ' % Greatly responsible for the successful foofball season in 1943 are the coaches. Head Coach " Little Monk " Simons ' hard work turned the team into a powerful eleven. He was aided " LiniE MONK " SIMONS Head Football Coach by Assistant Coach Vernon Haynes. Since so many of the boys are Navy men, the service contributed Ensign Thomas O ' Boyle and Chiefs Jack Stackpool and Walter Jurkiewicz to the coaching staff. In the midst of the season, with the death of Claude " Big Monk " Simons, the team and the school lost a trainer and friend of long standing. Despite this sad experi- ence, the team came through with a very successful year. THE COACHES Chief Jurkiewicz, Mr. Haynes, Coach Simons, Ensign Hepler, Chief Staclipooi. THE FANS THE FOOTBALL TEAM FDDTBALL AT TULAIVE Although pitted against six powerful opponents in 1943, the Green Wave ended the season with three victories and three losses. In the first ganne, with Memphis Air Tech, the Wave lost 41-7, but this defeat was followed by a score of 33-0 against the Rice Owls. The next week, Tulane played a thrilling game against S. M. U., which ended in a 12-6 victory. Opposed then by a fine Georgia Preflight eleven, the Greenies scored 13 points to Preflight ' s 14. Georgia Tech dealt the Green Wave a hard blow in a game ending 33-0. The concluding game of the year was a triumph — L. S. U. was overpowered by the spirited Tulane team, and a score of 27-0 was a good one to close a season of football for the Green Wave. Shiver on a reverse — S. M. U. MEMPHIS AIR TECH Tulane began the 1943 season with a heartbreaking defeat accompanied by a score of 41-7. The vic- tor in the contest was a hard-fighting Memphis Air Tech squad. Shiver goes against L. S. U. Bailey snags another 6 points — S. M. U. RICE Tulane traveled to Houston for Its twenty-seventh game with the Rice Owls. A 33-0 score in the Wave ' s favor proved the trip well worth while. NOT QUITE A TOUCHDOWN— PREFLIGHT Air Tech stopped dead!? Stretch, Joe! — Georgia Tech In a very Interesting and tough game with Southern Methodist ' s Mustangs, the Greenies chalked up a second victory, this time by a 12-6 score. A crowd of 22,000 saw this first meeting in history between Tulane and S. M. U. The Wave ' s scoring came in the first and last periods, and the Mustangs ' in the last. " GREEN " GREENIES SLIP THE BALL— MEMPHIS AIR TECH Bucket gives ' em Ihe business S. M. U. Jones hits full stride. Finley after a high one. MEMPHIS AIR TECH Pumblel MEMPHIS ABOUT TO BE HALTED By a close and hard won score of 14-13 the Georgia Preflighters overcame Tulane in a game full of fhrills and good football. Having just lost several key men, the Green Wave found it hard to hold back the strong opposing eleven. Although the Wave ' s yardage gained surpassed that of the Skycrackers, an extra point was the deciding factor. The feature of the game was the Wave ' s defensive play. ( 141 J GEORGIA PREFLIGHT FINLEY PULLS IN ONE FOR A GREENIE TOUCHDOWN— GEORGIA TECH The Sreen Wave tries for a gain. — S. M. U. GEDRGIA TECH The Green Wave suffered its worst defeat of the season at the hands of a rough and ready Georgia Tech eleven — final score, 33 to 0. The powerful Yellow Jackets used all the strategy at their finger tips and marched to victory, despite a lively defensive on the part of the Greenies. L. S. U. Employing an extrennely potent line and some fine backfield play, Tulane came through its annua! tilt with L. S. U. bearing flying colors. All the scor- ing was done in the last two quarters. Forming a perfect conclusion to any year of Tulane football, the L. S. U.-Tulane game of 1943 gave witness to the strength of a well-trained Greenle eleven. 27-0 was the final score. S, M. U. SNAGS ONE OUT OF BAILEY ' S HANDS Shiver heading for Preflight. Renfroe at flank speed against Preflight. TRACK Captained by Bill McLane, coached by Mr. Forrest " Fritz " Oakes, and managed by Bill Witcher, the Greenie track team enjoyed a happy year. They ended the season winning two out of three meets attended. The un- successful venture was an S. E. C. meet in Birmingham. The flying colors were the result of a triangular meet at Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and one with L. S. U. In New Orleans. Kevlin, Nolan, Turchin, Little, Hunter, Heausler, McLane. BILL McLANE (144 1 THE TRACK TEAM Oelkers gives fhe weighf men some pointers Coach Cakes and the champ talk things over. 1145] Lyn tki D I A M D IV D Tulane ' s baseball team completed the season with nine wins and eight losses. Although each team was played more than once, the teams played were: N. O. Naval Air Base, N. O. Naval Train- ing Station, Jackson Barracks in New Orleans, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, and L. S. U. Coach: Claude " Little Monk " Simons. Manager: Jack Dabdoub. .i «, i7 - - ftjy ' J Jj , TOP: GIVE ' EM THAT PEP, COACH. ABOVE: THE INFIELD ARTHUR PORTER JOE POURCIAU FRED GUEDRY OWEN MARTINEZ LETTERMEN JOE RENFROE KEN McWILLIAMS JULIAN BRIGNAC ED LUDMAN OLTEN HEBERT DONALD SCHELL LOUIS BLANDA JACK POU LOU THOMAS [147] TEIVNIS TEAM The Tulane Tennis Team, holding up precedence of former years, finished another successful season wi+houf the loss of a mafch. Led by Captain Earl Bartlett, the tennis team won four matches and tied one against for- midable opponents. Opening the season on March 30 against the New Orleans Lawn Tennis Club, the Greenies were leading 3-0 when the matches had to be halted on account of rain. Next on the Greenies ' list was the City Park Tennis Club which proved easy prey and was de- feated 6-0. Then on April 3 were the matches with Texas, which proved to be the best of the season, ending in a 3-3 tie. For their next match the racqueteers traveled to Atlanta to meet the Georgia Tech team. The Greenies were leading 3-0 when the matches had to be called off on account of rain. The following week the team had an open date to prepare themselves for the round-robin meet the following week with Rice and the New Orleans Lawn Tennis Club. Tulane won this meet also, by defeating Rice 6-0 and the New Orleans Lawn Tennis Club 4-2. The final match of the season proved to be the most colorful, for Rollins appeared with a team composed of three girls and one boy. The number one player for Rollins was red-headed Pauline Betz, national women ' s champion of the United States. The team had little trouble, however, defeating them 6-0. Although there was no Southeastern Conference tournament this year, two members of the team, Bartlett and Anderson, proved their worth by competing In the National Inter-Collegiate Tournament held at Evanston, 111. Bartlett received a number four seeding and advanced to the quarter-finals where he was upset by James Evert, fifth seeded player from Notre Dame. Anderson, likewise, advanced to the quarters where he was defeated by Francisco Segura, number one seeded player of the tourney, 6-3, 6-3. in doubles, Bartlett and Anderson advanced to the semi-finals before they were defeated. Lettermen for the past year in order of their rank on the team were: Bartlett, Anderson, Rufus Harris, Jr., Bob Chipley, and Jack Bremmerman. EARL BARTLETT WAYNE ANDERSON BREMMERMAN, HARRIS, ANDERSON, BARTLETT RUFUS HARRIS BOB CHIPLEY JACK BREMMERMAN G D L F The Tulane golf team, under the coaching of Mr. Innes Miller, finished another successful season with three victories and one defeat. This year ' s team was composed of Robert Duffy, Ralph Levey, David Moore, Frank Norman, Charlie Rosen, and Ralph Whittaker. THE GOLF TEAM FRANK NORMANN RALPH LEVEY CHARLES ROSEN THE WHOLE SQUAD LINES UP The list of victories of the team, captained by Duffy, included Georgia Tech, L S. U., and a Cannp Harahan team. The only defeat was suffered at the hands of the same L S. U. team that was later outpointed by the Tulanians. DAVID MOORE SCHEDULE April 10 Tulane 13 1 2 Georgia Tech 4 1 2 April 20 Tulane 4 1 2 L. S. U 13 1 2 April 29 Tulane 3 1 I 2 Camp Harahan .... 41 2 May I Tulane 13 1 2 L. S. U 4 1 2 - — . j j% - ■■■■i, : , BOB DUFFY IIVTRAMURAL ATHLETICS The current three-semester, twelve-month school year under which Tulane now operates has fostered a much broader and diversified intramural program. With the Navy ' s fullest cooperation the students have been offered participation in such sports as football, basketball, soft- ball, tennis, handball, soccer, boxing, wrestling, etc. The governing body for all intramural activities is the. Intra- mural Council. Headed by Theo Harvey the council is composed of the following members: William Owen, vice- president; John Oelkers, adviser; Arthur Foss, William Barnes, Henry Cabirac, Rufus Harris, Todd Reboul, Sid- ney Jones, Hubert Walker, John Smallpage, Robert Murphy, John McGraw, Toy Williamson, Hal Walker, Mac Brunet, Herman Bouse. ' • f- ■ P A IV - H E L L ATHLETICS Softball was the lead-off sport in Pan-Hell ' s new year- round program. Commencing shortly after the Navy " took over " on July I, the tournament was concluded early in September. The Betas won the cup to take a lO-point lead for the 1943-44 Pan-Hell Cup, winning handily over the Sigma Chi ' s in the final game. Basket- ball came next, and with it 10 points for the K. A. ' s, who defeated the Delta Sigs in the finals. Coming from behind in the second half, the K. A. ' s completely out- played the Delta Sigs to retain the basketball cup another year. Deke was the other semifinalist, succumb- ing to the faster, more experienced K. A. team in another stubborn contest. [153] IVEWCOMB The Newcomb A+hle+ic Department has endeavored to offer a variety of sports in a year-round program. All students are required to take the prescribed athletic courses which continue through their Junior year. The intramural program arranges the girls into teams which compete in baseball, basketball, volley ball, and soccer. Trophies are awarded the winners in the Individual tournaments, such as ping-pong, bowling, shuffleboard, archery, tennis, and badminton. Gym Night brings forth the winners in the various sports, both individual and team. The year comes to a close with the annual May Day Dance presented by the Juniors to the graduating class. Modern William Tells are these girls talcing part in Newcomb archery. Here a quintet demonstrates proper form. ATHLETICS [156 J - 5 ;,. ' ' ■- MISS ANN HIGGISON MISS ISABEL LEWIS 1 " ■ . iJ iT f y g ifci. .. .- v, ... . ' ■■ t .i MISS BETTY LINDSEy AllSb DOROTFiy GOTCH MISS DOROTHY LENNOX ELLEONORA PERRILLIAT CONNIE FAUST JACKIE LABRY P E R S JERRY LIDDELL COURTNEY RETTGER CALiSTA RAULT CORA LEVINE A L I T I E S .« art ' ! AUDREY CHARBONNET PATRICIA DILLON LOUISE PETERMAN BMOC ' S TIM GRAIN, master politician and ladies ' man, is president of the Tulane Student Body. The College of Engineering, of which he is president, claims him as an honor student. His keys number those of Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Chi Sigma, O. D. K., Kappa Delta Phi, E. T. A., Lagniappes. and Turk. He Is also a member of Honor Board and chairman of Publications Board. THEO HARVEY is student commander of the V-12 Unit at Tulane. He heads Arts and Sciences Student Body; he is a member of Intramural Council, Turk, and the Scabbard and Blade. He Is also president of Delta Kappa Epsilon social fraternity. DICK FAUST, a student in the College of Medicine, is student captain of the Army Medical Unit. He is a member of Kappa Alpha, Nu Sigma Nu. Omicron Delta Kappa, and History of Medicine Society. Dick heads the Freshman Medical Class and has lettered twice In varsity football. (168 1 RUFUS HARRIS, editor of the 1944 " Jambalaya, " Is a Junior in Arts and Sciences and a member of the R. O. T. C. He was chosen for Who ' s Who. He has lettered in tennis for two years, is a member of the Publications Board and the Intramural Council. He is secretary of the Pan-Hellenic Council and a member of Beta Theta Pi social fraternity. JOHN McGRANV is second only to Tim Grain as a big-wig in the College of Engineering, as he is secre- tary-treasurer of Engineering student body, member of A. I. of Ch. E., E. T. A., Turk, Honor Council, and Alpha Chi Sigma. He served as president of Delta Tau Delta, and as chairman of Pan-Hellenic this past year. LEONARD FINLEY is a junior in the College of Engi- neering, and a member of E. T. A. and Kappa Alpha social fraternity. An outstanding athlete, he has lettered in both basketball and football. BOB MURPHY, president of the College of Commerce, is the only member of Omicron Delta Kappa from the Junior Class. He is president of the Student Center Council and a member of Phi Delta Theta. He was also chosen for Who ' s Who. WILLIAM CECIL OWEN is commander of the First Company in the R. O. T. C. unit. He is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences and a freshman in Law. Bill heads the freshman Law class, is a member of O. D. K., Who ' s Who, and associate director of the Intramural Council. He was associate editor of the " Jambalaya " In his [unior year. BOB JETER, presideni of the Law School. Is editor of the " Tulane Law Review, " a member of O. D. K., and vice-president of Tulane Student Council. He is a member of Kappa Alpha and Phi Delta Phi fraternities. JOHN GRIFFITH, president of the School of Medicine, is from Slldeli, Louisiana. A few of his activities Include: Omicron Delta Kappa, Owls Club, and History of Medicine Society. He is a member of Phi Chi Medical Fraternity. [169] BEATRICE FIELD Director of Alumni Relations OFFICERS Richard O. Baumbach President George T. Walne Vice-President Lester J. Lautenschlaeger Vice-President E. Claggett Upton, Jr Vice-President Bertha E. Schuermann Secretary A. V atson Chapman Treasurer Beatrice M. Field Director EXECUTIVE COMMIHEE Arts and Sciences: Stanley S. Morris, C. H. Stolley, Francis C. Payne. Commerce: Shelby Friedrlchs, Gerald Andrus, Harry A. Monroe, Jr. Engineering: V . Claiborne Perrilliat, Harold E. Meade, T. Baker Smith. Graduate: M.-s. Nina P. Davis, James Todd, Mrs. Vernon Taylor. Law: Leon S. Cahn, Murray F. Cleveland, Robert E. Brumby. Medicine: Dr. Charles J. Bloom, Dr. Edward L. King, Dr. J. Roy Therlot, Jr. Newcomb: Mrs. George Mayer, Mrs. Robert A. Baker, Miss Rochelle R. Gachet. School of Social Work: Mrs. May Fletcher Dykes, Mrs. Miles B. Hutson. Miss Olive H. BIggar. Representative at Large: Robert A. Plerpont, Dr. Oliver Delchmann, Miss Natalie Henlcan, Harry P. Gamble, Jr. [170] THE TULAIVE ALUMNI ASSDCMTIDIV The Tulane Alumni Association is a national organization which has become a salient factor in the progress ot one of the South ' s oldest and greatest universities. Through it each alumnus is given an opportunity to serve and assist in the progress of the University. There are no membership dues. All graduates and former students of Tulane University are members of the association. During the past year the interests of the group have been devoted to those activities pertinent to the war effort. Active participation In the Coast Guard Volun- teer Port Security Force and the Blood Donor Service has been urged upon all members. At present there are several thousand Tulane alumni In the armed services. Through " The Tulanian " , alumni publication, they are in- formed of university affairs and of the activities of their classmates and friends. The alumni office maintains con- stant correspondence with Tulanians who write in for news. A memorial plaque has been set up in the Tu- lane Library in honor of those Tulanians who have made the supreme sacrifice in this war. I 171 1 - ' % STUDENT COUNCIL BEATRICE FIELD Graduate Manager of Student Activities TIM GRAIN ELLEONORA PERRILLIAT I I ' Z I Top Row: Keller Griffith, Medicine; Theo. Harvey, Arts and Sciences; Robert Jeter, Law. Bottom Row: H. B. Jonassen, Graduate School; Robert Murphy, Commerce; Courtney Rettger, Social Work. COUNCIL TIUOTUY A rPAlw f President of Student Council TIMOTHY A, GRAIN J p j|j „, , College of Engineering J. K. GRIFFITH President of College of Medicine THEO HARVEY President of College of A. and S. BOB JETER President of College of Law HANS JONASSEN President of Graduate School ROBERT MURPHY President of College of Commerce ELLEONORA PERRILLIAT President of Newcomb College COURTNEY REHGER President of School of Social Work The presidents of the various colleges of the University comprise the Tulane Student Council. This year ' s mem- bers are Tim Crain, Engineering; Theo Harvey, Arts and Sciences; Jay Fanz, Commerce; Robert Jeter, Law; Court- ney Rettger, Social Work; Elleonora Perriiliat, Newcomb; and Hans Jonassen, Graduate School. Minor problems and disputes are handled in the individual colleges by their student officers; but in case of campus-wide issues. the Student Council must use its jurisdiction. Some of these administrative functions are: elections of various kinds, allotment of activity fees to various recognized organizations, selection of cheerleaders, handling of busi- ness contracts, and arbitration of disputes. With the appearance of the Navy on the campus, the Student Council has had to cope with many new problems. The officers of this committee are: president, Tim Crain; ' ice-president, Robert Jeter; secretary, Elleonora Perriiliat. 1173 1 MEMBERS N E W C D M B S T U D E IV T GDVERIVMEIVT ASSDCIATIDN Robin Ahrens Merilyn Bush Patty Dillon Innes Ellis Connie Faust Jean Hirsch Frank Carolyn Graham Alma hiammett Jackie Labry Jerry Liddell Helen Mae Marschall Elleonora Perrilliat Jo Ann Pincus Calista Rault Adele Redditt June Rose Roepe Kappy Saunders Julie Saunders Denise Sessums Shirley WIederecht The executive element of this organization is the Student Council, composed of the officers of the association, the president of the Honor Board, the presidents of the schools and classes, and the presidents of the more prominent activities on the campus. The other two elements of the Newcomb Student Government Association are the legislative element, the Student Body, and the judicial element, the Honor Board. Officers for the past year were: Elleonora Perrilliat, president; Shirley Weiderecht, vice-president; Adele Redditt, corresponding secretary; Connie Faust, recording secretary; Merilyn Bush, treasurer. 11741 The Newcomb Honor Board is responsible for upholding the rules of Newcomb ' s Honor Sys- tem and for punishing any student who breaks the rules contained therein. Each freshnnan, upon entering Newcomb, signs a pledge before the Honor Board to abide by the rules of the Honor System. The Honor Board, in addition to its judiciary duties, supervises all elec- tions, keeping the polls, counting the votes, etc. This year ' s officers were: Carolyn Graham, president; June Rose Roepe, vice-president; Nancy Nunez, secretary. MEMBERS Innes Ellis Senior Carolyn Graham Senior Alma Hammeft Senior Lucinda Hill Senior Jonnie Horn Senior Jackie Labry Senior Helen Marschall Senior Jane Hackett Munson Junior Nancy Nunez Sophomore Elleonora Perrilliat Sen ior Jo Ann Pincus Junior June Rose Roepe Senior Denise Sessums Sophomore Betty Berry Freshman IV E W C D M B H D IV D R BOARD 1175) NEWCDMB DORMITDRY CDUNCIL The purpose of the Resident Student Government Association is to develop an efficient system of self-government, and to act as a jury in cases of violation of dormitory rules. The association, composed of representatives of the dormi- tories, is run on the honor system; and the council has the power to punish offenders by restrictions to the campus. The officers are: Innes Glynn Ellis, president. Resident Student Government Association; Mary Stuart Kellogg, sec- retary. Resident Student Government Association; Mary Herron Mitchell, presi- dent, West Wing J. L. House; Catherine Simmons, president, East Wing J. L House; Joyce Cunningham, president, Lemonier House; Natalie Scott, presi- dent, McKay Hall. MEMBERS Rosalie Ambler Sophomore Ann Bonham Sophomore Gloria Brown Junior Lenore Caldwell Junior Joyce Cunningham Senior Ruth Orano Sophomore Tony Edwards Junior Peggy Ellis Sophomore Mary Guest Senior Eleanor Kidd Junior Louise Peterman Senior Peggy Dean Tullos Junior Elizabeth Wheless Sophomore Olive Wise Junior [176] PUBLICATIDIVS BOARD To elect the editors and business managers for both the " Jannbalaya " and the " Hulla- baloo, " and to settle the general problems that naturally arise in university publications are the well-met tasks of the Publications Board. It is composed of the above four officers, the president of the Student Coun- cil, and tv o class presidents selected from any college of the University. The board chairman is the Student Council president. Acting as advisers are Miss Beatr ice Field and Mr. George E. Simmons. 1177 1 JAMBALAYA BUSINESS STAFF JAMES J. BRYAN Business Manager DOROTHY BRUNEI BILL CAPO STEPHEN P. DART ROBERT FRANKLIN RUTH GOULD BEHY GRANBERRY JEAN McGIVNEY SIBYL McGEE MICKEY PARLOUR MARILYN PROBST HENRY ST, PAUL, III J, P. SCHNEIDER ART WALTER S. JURKIEWICZ, USNR Chief Specialist Kappy Saunders, Eddie Martin I 178 I Here is the organization whose year ' s work results in your annual, a record of Tulane University for the war year 1944. We hope that it has captured the work, the play, and the progress exhibited on the campus this year, and that the picture presented is a true one. EDITORIAL STAFF RUFUS C. HARRIS. JR Editor-in-Chief AUBREY L. MOORE Aisociate Editor EDMUND MARTIN Ajtiitant Editor L. FRANCIS MURPHY Fraternity Editor HARVEY FITZPATRICK Organization Editor DONALD WELLFORD Organization Editor GEORGE I. WAGENHEIM Sports Editor BILL PROVENSAL Sports Editor KAPPY SAUNDERS Newcomb Editor PATRICIA DILLON Newcomb Editor WALTER CARROLL. JR Ptiotographer TOM COOK Photograptier ASSISTANTS; Betty Cranberry. Murphy Moss, Bill Brownson, Louise Pererman. STAFF: Jackie Becl(. Mickey Parlour. Jane Dicks. Audrey Charbonne . Frances Liddell. John Bise, Lana Hummel. Helen Turner. David Martin, Roslyn Ison. Jeanne Shields, Tommye Mirandona, Dick Garretson. Jose Rose. Rosary Byrne, Janice Till, Bunny Reynolds, Connie Weiner. Floyd Lewis. JIMMY BRYAN Business Manage " AUBREY MOORE Associate Editor Bill Brownson, Betty Granberry, Murphy Moss — Editorial Staff. 1179 1 TULAIVE HULLABALDD JESSE McNEIL, JR. Business Manager This was a year of firsts for fhe " Hullabaloo, " student newspaper. Among the precedents broken were: pub- lishing the paper on a year-round basis; choosing a New- comb girl for editor-in-chief; having co-associate editors; selecting a junior for Newcomb editor; putting out the paper with a military background; and inaugurating sev- eral new departments and columns. On July I, 1943, the -new and very green staff faced the nation-wide man- power shortage, which suddenly has come close to home and is most acute. Editor-in-Chief Calista Rault, Asso- CALISTA RAULT Editor-in-Chief ciate Editors Cora Levine and John McCarthy, Feature Editor Mary Seffs, Sports Editor Sidney Mazer, New- comb Editor Robin Ahrens, and Society Editor Jackie Labry, however, managed to get the paper out every Friday, often to their own amazement. Among the new features that surprised, delighted, and intrigued the stu- dent body were: cartoons on Navy life by a mysterious Boga; amusing and meaningful poetry by V-I2er Earl Morgan, Jr.; Downtown Doc, a column for and by the medics, and which confused us ignorant laymen; S. O. S., about the V-12 ' s virtues and vices; and lots and lots of pictures to the chagrin of Business Manager Jesse Mc- Neil. He and Circulation Manager Carl Schumacher controlled the financial and distribution side of the " Hulla. " Besides these, there were always Newcomb Sophies and Tulane Macs adding to the general enter- tainment, welfare, and excitement around the not-too- tidy, and not-too-big office. 1180 1 USINESS STAFF JESSE McNEIL, JR Busineis Manager CARL SCHUMACHER . . . Circulation Manager CLAUDE VALLET . , Subscription Repreicntatlve VERNELL McALPIN .... Advertising Salesman KING NUNGESSER .... Advertising Salesman PARKER SCHNEIDAU . . . Advertising Salesman EDITORIAL STAFF CALISTA RAULT EdItor-in-Chlet CORA LEVINE Associate Editor JOHN L. McCarthy Associate Editor ROBIN AHRENS Newcomb Editor SIDNEY L. MAZER Sports Editor MARY SERFS Feature Editor JACKIE LABRY Society Editor DICK CRON Staff Photographer EMAY BUCHANAN Staff Cartoonist MARY HERRON MITCHELL . . . Staff Cartoonist ABE SILVER, JR Assistant Sports Editor GEORGE C. MANNING, JR. . . Medical Editor EARL MORGAN, JR Staff Assistant STUDENT CENTER CDUNEIL The S+udenf Center Council is one of the busiest organizations on the campus. Under the direction of Mrs. Morphy and Mrs. Dun- wody, it has made the Student Center prac- tically home to the V-12 students. In addi- tion to the Friday afternoon dances to the tune of an orchestra, the record machines were continually supplied with the latest numbers. Bridge seems to have been one of the most popular entertainments, and the tournaments were very successful. Officers for the past year were: Bob Murphy, presi- dent; Cora Levine, vice-president; Betty Morphy, secretary and treasurer. Members were: Ann Bonham, Tim Crain, Gordon Ewin, Connie Faust, Jean Flower, Bill Heausler, Jackie Labry, John McCarthy, Jimmy Mc- Connell, Calista Rault. Sfudent Center Council poses for its formal photograph. Scene from an average day ' s gathering on the second floor of the Student Center. Crowd en route to Friday afternoon Student Stomp. (183 1 TULAIVE THEATRE DR. MONROE LIPPMAN The Tulane Universify Theafre completed its sixth season under Dr. Monroe Lippman with Kaufman and Hart ' s popular " You Can ' t Take It With You " . This year the seventh season was opened with " Androcles and the Lion " , a satiric and always timely play by George Ber- nard Shaw. Following the successful collaboration of last season, the theatre again cooperated with the Tulane- Newcomb choral groups in the production of the " Yeo- man of the Guard " . William Saroyan ' s " Razzle Dazzle " , consisting of three short plays, " Hello, Out There " , " People With Light Coming Out of Them " , and " Radio Play " , was presented next to the campus. The fourth production of the year has not been announced at the time of this writing. This year, following their policy of the past, the theatre has entertained 100 service men at each performance. I 184] Scene from " Androcles and the Lion " . Dr. Monroe Lippnnan Director OFFICERS Shirley Pic Executive Secretary Marion Schexnaydre Libr ACTIVE MEMBERS George Allen Helen Anderson Helen Ascher James Assunto Adrian Benjamin Doris Berthelot Mary Brash Nan Byrne Catherine Chadwick John Chamberlain Barbara Conroy Deirdre Crager Thomas Collens Roy Cucullu Lawrence Dillon Norman Dinhofer Esther Finegold Patsy Gibbens William Gordon Rosemary Heldman Rosemary Janssen Lawscn Jenkins Lloyd Lacher Harriet Laird Katherine Laird Florence Lanier Joan Leva Jo-Elien Levy Oscar Levy Richard Levy Tess Levy George Manning Jeanne Marcoux Mabel McMurray Arthur Meisel Aubrey Moore Beverly Morse Norris Mary Murphy Charlotte Myrick Lester Oiio Louise Peterman Earl Peyroux Shirley Pic Alma Riess Daphne Roy Marion Schexnaydre Ami Sear John Sharp Virginia Sidney Betty Smedes Ruth Allen Smith Jacqueline Souderis Claude Vallet Herb Vogel Bobbie Jo Volhert Ceclle Well Connie Welner Doris Welnstein Robert Woolley PROBATIONARY MEMBERS Robin Ahrens Nat Chestnut Jim Connell Thomas Cook Cameron Donaldson Jerome Fidleman Emille Gaudet Virginia Loebllch Howard McAfee George McCullough Sam McGrew Jack Morrison Betty Lyie Murphy Moss King Nungessor Walter Rooney Lloyd Roux Arthur Silverman I !85 I TULARE BAND TOM HARLLEE Director ' i : %. ; ri ,■-.- ' ?»♦ » •; ■,t " " • I ■ • xJ y Ui.J " ... r Suffering the ill effects of the war as much as any other organiza- tion, the band had to work hard to overcome the difficulties it encountered. Since the old band room is now a dormitory, a new practice hall had to be constructed in the stadium. Then it was only with difficulty that enough band members were found to fill it, because of Naval restrictions and the activity caused by Tulane ' s streamlined program. However, the group, directed by Mr. T. S. Harllee, participated in activities Including broad- casting on a nation-wide scale and added spirit to pep meetings. As a valuable sideline several members organized an all-Navy swing band, which achieved great popularity. MEMBERS Karl Aijian Joe Hugghins D. L. Berry Kenneth Ives E. Breitman Tom James James Brent Robert Jerrigan Harry Bourgeois Roy Keel J. L. Carpenter T. J. Kelly Roland Carrelcer Richard King David Carson David Loveman Arthur Collins M. C. Mallary E. 1. Cook Sidney Mayer J. T. Connell DeWitt McGee Frederick Deckbar Murphy Moss Leonce Duggan Donald Oster S. J. Dreyfuss P. H. Roach, Jr. M. L. Eakin Frank Russum Jim Fruthaler Charles Sawyer C. F. Gibbins Jim Sentry M. C. Graham John Thompson W. Heausler B. F. Walton J. E. Ham Carrol Webb Harold Hoffman Conrad White James Hoyle Cotton White [187] THOMAS S. HARLLEE Conductor ROBERT E. RATELLE President MADELEINE BOSE MYRTLE SWAYNE Vice-President . . . Secretary Victor Bruno Violins Emile Joffrlon Ted Dexter Hilda Yonkelowitz Isia Klein Marion Reese Vincent Paciera Frederic Schwarz Doris Miller Henry Glnsburg Wendel Leibe Mary E. Agregaard Edward Bryan-Turner Mary Anne Elliott Violas William Penfound Victor Bruno Cellos Nadine Warner Buelah Sterbcow Basses Myrtle Swayne Marion Fraychinaud Marie Wiedorn Philip Sciortino Flutes Claude Stevens Karl Aifian T, L. Dugqan STUDENT CONDUCTORS Warren Garfunkel ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL Clarinefs James Fruthaler James Sentry Thelma Heckert Kenneth Teague Durell Hiller Robert Ratelle Oboes Lane Miller Charles Glbbins Bass Clarinet Kenneth Teague Saxaphones Richard Hodes Durell Hiller James Pendergrass Ted Bloch Trumpets Clyde Noble Wilmer Hinrichs Mac Mallary Lloyd Drury Richard King SYMPHDIVY DRCHESTflA If Is +he primary purpose of this organization to provide nnuslcal enjoy- nnent through participation to those mennbers of the University who play an orchestral Instrunnent. It Is our further purpose to develop a notable organization which will present to our audiences progranns of the highest musical standard. Thomas S. Harllee, conductor; Robert R. Ratelle, president. Bassoon John Rea Frani Coreth Horns Robert J. Barnett James Cook Richard Nieto Edwin L. Mowe Wendel Leibe Baritone Paul Muhleisen Trombones John Roupe Arthur Burdon Tympani Donald Mackenroth Thomas James Percussion Robert Ratelle Robert Swayne James Connell David Rothbart Arthur Radlauer Harp Madeleine Bose Librarians Robert Ratelle James Fruthaler James Gentry 1188 1 MEMBERS Charlotte Ashley Jackie Labry Hester H. Bate Lloyd Lacher Tom Bernard Cora Levine Dorothy Brunet Richard Levy James Bryan Jerry Liddell Kathertne Burns Sam Logan Tom Campbell Eddie Martin Audrey Charbonnet John McCarthy Titine Clark Henry Magee Tim Grain John McGraw Steve Dart Bill McLane Heber Darton Dave McWilliams Henry Dauterive Betty Morphy Wally Diboll Harry Murray Connie Faust Ronnie Orfila Pete Fergerson Stanley Orloff Jerry FItzpatrick Elleonora Perrllliat Mary Geffs Albert Pons Alice Glenny Louis Ramos Dorothy Gotch Calista Rault Jane Gros Herbert Rothenberg Gal Hadden Nola Mae Schmitt Rufus Harris Dale Stancliffe Theo Harvey A. C. Suhren Bill Heausler Bob Swayne Lucinda Hill Ann Trelles Joe Hirsh Von Trufant Roy Hodges Betty Waggaman Gloria Huttner H. J Williams Elizabeth Kllpstein Bill Zetzmann LAGIVIAPPES The Lagniappes in ifs third year of existence surpassed even the first two In fulfilling the purpose for which the organization was intended: the promotion of school dances. Under the resourceful leadership of Eddie Martin, more parties were given than ever before, most of them for the benefit of the V-12 boys. In addi- tion to the outside orchestras that played for some of the dances, the excellent Navy band was at many of the hops to keep the " cats in the groove. " Here ' s hoping next year ' s dances will be as successful as the ones this season. h I » TULAIVE GLEE ELUB The Tulane Glee Club Is composed of fifty members who, during the past year, presented programs designed to make the leisure hours of the V-12 boys worthwhile. The members participated as a group in the " Yeomen of the Guard, " the Festival Choir, and in the annual Choral Festival Concert, as well as giving their yearly formal concert. The club is interested in promoting community singing on the campus at meetings of the Student Body. Officers for this year have been: Aubrey Moore, president; Gordon Heffron, vice-president; Donald Wellford, secretary. Oh! What you said! MEMBERS J. Thompson T. James w Parker w Tebo R. Ratelle H. O, Brown J. D. Little S Heffron E. J. Brinn M Wellford M Moss E. Bryan-Turner 5. Dreytus F. N. Dickman J. Mueliing w S. Aiken W R. Hampton D. Aiken A. L. Moore w Shepard D. Wellford J. Penderqrass A. Bohmfalk S. McSrew H. McAfee J. Huggins B. M. Seelbinder W Deell P. Brad burn J. Wattley T. Ward L. Aronson D. Ewin J, Dabdoub D, Smith R. Jung [190] " y— M wiwwy- l r THE UNIVERSITY CHORUS ■ii NEWCDMB GLEE CLUB The Newcomb Glee Club is composed of 180 girls whose only pre- requisites for membership are love for and interest in singing, and attendance at rehearsals. Each year the girls sing for the Christmas Memorial Service, present at least one formal concert, and act as the nucleus in a concert with the large Festival Choir. The officers for the past year were Peggie Baker, president, and Eleanor Kidd, vice-president and secretary. N. Kidd J. Huff L. Schneid D. LaVeral M. Stouse B. McCay M. Hopkins A. Johnston L. Abramson L. Freeman D. Weinstein A. Higgison M. Bevill S. Hariiey R, Woolfley MEMBERS P. Wcllford B. Hezlett K. Baker 1. Partridge S. Ciiarbonnet C. Milgram E. Dicks M. Tate C. Pates E. Hodges N. Trusty E. Voelker M Wilbert J. Dicks P. Streckfus B. Wright E. Merriwether J. Colbert S. Rosenthal L. Caffery R. Peltz S. Hummel C Cudia P. Foster J. Renegar M. Huber A Mason F. Huger C Coates S. Switier S. Heinman B. Goldbloom D. Carruth B. Alaynick A. Harper B. Baucum M. Payne J. Garreston G. Colle P. Johnson M. Hathaway M. Lubritz S. Murou B. Smedes L. Bersadsky M. Vagel A. Watkins M. White B. Kaening J. Vass B. Perei A. Redditt S. Ahten D. Harris F. Suidry C. Baker G. Charbonnet H. Daspit L. Pedersen J. Fernandez R. Bannister J. Nyland H. Pierce H. Hyman J. Rickert H. Von Meysenbug A. Crozat L. Landry M Smith N Harris E. Talbot S. Pallet P. Walton C Magnier K. McCullough N Deane Y. Hayes M Lenfant H Flowers M . Soclay J. Epps J. McSivney C Coats E. Perrilliat M . M. Todd R. Berckes V Mansfield H. Field K. Lanier M. Legendre C. Paris M. West H. Vallon M. Helm G. Malcomson J. Reynolds K. Ellis G. Baldinger P. Goodwin L. Obier E. Palmisano P. Amis B. Clemens K. Laird P. Voorhies K. Cafiero C. Hubele D. Ewin J. Allison J. Ryan A. Jones F. Roberts P. Goltman J. Rodrigue B. Baldinger P. Tobin J. Murphey A Marechal A Richards M Fly M Smithers N McLarty J. O ' Brien J. Till J. Owings A Luehrmann D Roy D Coi (191) THE OPERETTA One of the busiest organizations on the cannpus this past year was the Student Opera Group. Its first production of the season was the " Yeoman of the Guard, " the sixteenth Gilbert and Sullivan operetta to be given by the group. This particular selection, however, presented in cooperation with the Tulane University Theatre, was perfornned for the first time in New Orleans. Dr. Maxwell, Director of the School of Music, acted as artistic director, while Maynard Klein acted as general director. Later in the year, the group, under the same direction, presented " Orpheus, " by Gluck, a classic opera based on a Greek mythological story. The A Capella Choir carried the burden of the performance, and the dances were arranged by Miss Frances Bush and the Newcomb Dance Club. I1S2 1 A CAPELLA CHDIH Under the direcfion of Mr. Maynard Klein, the A Capella Choir is composed of a select group of fifty singers chosen from the students, faculty, and alumni of Tulane and Newcomb. This honorary group is made up of the best voices to be found by audition. This organiza- tion, which confines itself to the more difficult and unusual choral masterpieces, enjoys a national reputation. It has appeared on programs for the Music Education National Conference and, in addi- tion, has broadcast over several national radio hook-ups. The presi- dent for the past year was June Rose Roepe. First Soprano Mdrguer P. Baker D. Ewing K. Gould J. Reynolds P. Tobln J. Murphy E. T. Palmisano Second Soprano E. Perrilliat B. B. Lyie M, Swayne 1. C. Madden M. Bevill C. Paris First Alto D. J. Cox S. Brown S. Heinrian R. Power J. Nyland H. Hyman Second Alto D. Lurle A. South M. Hathaway M. L. Cuguet J. R. Roepe First Tenor P. Walton P. H. Fischer A. Radlauer P. Stuart M. Quittner L. Pesses Second Tenor A, Moore H. O. Brown J. Thonnson W. Tebo H. McAfee Baritone L. Priero Pendergrass T. Loses Bass G. Hetfron A. Bohmfolli R. Ratelle Wist W. Shepard W. Doell Seel THE ELIZABETHANS [193 1 Y.M.C.A. The " Y " is non-sectarian, and participation in its activities is open to every student in the University. It is governed by student officers and an appointed cabinet. The program of the " Y " consists of lectures by prominent speakers on topics of interest to all students, open forums on vital subjects, and social functions. The Easter Sunrise Service, sponsored annually by the Tulane Y. M. C. A. and the Newcomb Y. W. C. A., has a definite place in the religious life of New Orleans. The " Y " cooperates with all organizations and agencies that will aid the student in living more richly and fully, both in the future and while he is at the University. OFFICERS WILLIAM E. ST. CLAIR President Vice-President GUYTON WATKINS . . . Treasurer JOHN CARAWAY . . . . WILMER HEINDRICKS . Secretary E. Russell Abernathy Gus Delery Anthony Hezekiah Hensey Leon Levy Charles Phillips Carl Schumacher T. Addkison Edward P. DeWitt Frank R. Hess Philip Liqhtfoot Dan Pinckney John Smaltpaqe Edward S. Adier, Jr. A. J. Dramond Edwin S. Hofman Robert Lindsey Rueben Plant Clarence Sneliing Harold A. Armand Thomas Leonce Dugqan George P. Hopkins L. V. Liverra Lee Pope Vincent Spear Albert Armstrong Johnny Early Edward Hoth Robert Magoni Michael Quin Joe Spears Bob Baehler Billy Edwards Sheldon Hoth James Maricelli trman Rawls Don Spencer Robert Baggell H. B. Edwards James Hudgens George Maynard John Reilley Harold Spikes Ben Bailiff Reginald W. Ensminger. J r. Joe Hugghins James McDonal d Jose Riqay Henry St. Paul Joe Baricer Roy Faulks B. L. Hughes R. B. Means James Roberson Conrad St. Pierce Bernard V. Bavs August Faust Ralph C. Hughes John Meeks Carter Robinson James Taliaferro John Reuben Bise Kenneth Tarzettj John T. Blanchard Andrew Thalheim C. O. Bostrom M 1 [? H I l I V T I c Glenn Torres E. Phil Bultman i IVl L 1 h I 1 G Leopolda Valdes Joe Bulwer Harry Verlander Hubert Bundeser Francis Waguespack Lloyd G. Burkenstoctt, Jr. James Otis Fogleman Mays Hunter Frank Mitchell Rafael Rodriguez Burton Walker Elgie Lee Burrus Robert M. Franklin Tommy James William Nelson Alver Rogers B. F. Walton Aubrey Lee Carter Nick Francovich Paul Johnson George Nicoud William Roland James Webb Howard B. Chapman Francis Knox Furr Robert Jones Glen Nordyke Stewart Roy Ephriam Weiniger Cland Clark Richard A. French George William Junkin Tom David Norman Paul Rubin C. Duke Wilder Herman Cohen Jack Grant Noell C. Kerr Clyde Pace Frank Russum William Wolf Milton M. Cole Ed. H. Grinnell A. S. Kleinschmidt Robert Paraviclni Charles Sawyer Grady Wright George A. Cook, Jr. Robert H. Guess Harold Kreisler John Pearson H. A. Sawyer Bob Wylie Billy Joe Corbell Stanely Guy Tommy Lawrence Jo hn Pendergrass Thomas Sayre Roland Yokum Harry Creel Jeff 0. Hamley David C. Lehman Frederic Pepper John Schoenhardt Old Glory waves over sunrise service, Easter, 1943. isssm • ' .: i Elizabeth Aljlan Evelyn Anderson Doralie Barras Shirley Bell Janice Bernard! Betfy Berry Evelyn Blust Betty Brock Miriam Browder Irene Buchanan Katherine Cafiero Mandie Cardwell Jane Cassidy Grace Charbonnet Mary Collins June Conravy Charlaine Coolc Evelyn Crais Jean Cunningham Gloria De Valcount Dorothy Doose Katherine Douglas Juanita Fernandez M Alice Flynn Frances Fort Muriel Fournet Maria Fuiham Lois Gajan Vivian Hamnfi Gene Hassinger Betty Healy Marianne Heinemann Ruth Heino Ann Hodge ' Carl Hutson Hope Huttner May Hyman M B Martha Juger Ann Jones Gloria Klekmann Bettyjane Koenig Jean Lambou Katherine Levy Frances Liddell Jerry Liddell Jeanne Marcoux Peggy Michel Toby McCarty Elaine McFaul Audrey Netherton Gloria Nixon R Patricia O ' Connor Leila Obier Marie Louise Payne Rosemonde Pelti Shirley Peters Betty Lee Pislce Alma Reiss Florence Roberts Carolyn Sadler Marianne Sewell Betty Swedes Carol Smith Minette Starts Frances Truitt Joyce Ulmer Elizabeth Vallas Miriam Viosca Betty Vorbuch Marilyn Wagner Bertha Washastrom Ann Watkins Lorraine Williams Any member of Newcomb College is eligible for membership in the Y. W. C. A. Meetings are held twice monthly, one a business meeting and one recreational or social service meeting. Some of the most interesting meetings have been those to which members of the Tulane " Y " were invited. Topics of common interest were discussed in open forum. The " Y " plays an important role in Freshman Orientation Week as well as in other activities throughout the year. The officers this year were: Jerry Liddell, president; Elaine McFaul, vice-president; Betty Vorbusch, secretary; Mary Horn, treasurer. Y.W.C.A 1195] IVEWCDMB ATHLETIC COUNCIL 1196] The students of Newcomb have access to a well-equipped physical education de- partment which offers various sports for each season of the year. All girls are required to take the required gym course, which is terminated by Junior dance in the third year. Those girls taking Junior dance participate in the annual May Day Pageant, given in honor of the graduating class. There is an intramural tournament for each major sport, including basketball, volley ball, soccer, tennis, badminton, ping-pong, bowling, shuffleboard, horseshoes, and archery. Each girl is eligible to join a team, but must play in one practice game before participating in an intramural competition game. The athletic council is in charge of the intramural program, and also manages the individual sports. Awards are given in the last week of school to girls who have either won the individual tournaments or have adequate points for a gym award. AND DANCE CLUD MEMBERS L. L, Abrahmson B. Conroy J. Brenner M. Eller J. Epps B. Finnegan R. Gould F. Guldry I. M, Hayden B. Healy R. Ison M. Jennings P. Joyner M. Legendre E. Levy B. B. Lyie J. Mayer B. Mcintosh E. Perrilliat H. Pierce M. Probst G. Schmidt M. L. Sullivan S. Switzer P. Voohries M. West E. Woodward i i CHEERLEADERS JIM McCONNELL ALAN ROBINSON TOM MclNTOSH IDA MAY HAYDEN BETTY BLAINE LYLE MINETTE STARTS DAN EVANS JERRY MclNTOSH ASSISTANTS JOE RAULT DAN STOKES TULANE AND L. S. U. CHEER LEADERS I 199 I FIRST ROW: Innes Ellis. Carolyn Graham, Alma Hammett. SECOND ROW: Jacqueline Labry, Elleonora Perrilliat, Calista Rault. ALPHA SIGMA SIGMA A senior honorary society, Alpha Sigma Sigma was organized at Newcomb in 1916 for the purpose of promoting school spirit and loyalty among the Newcomb students. Members of the faculty are Mildred Christian, Adele Drouet, Clara Landry, and Rena Wilson. Each spring, those juniors who have exceptional qualities of leader- ship, citizenship and character are elected to membership. At the beginning of each school year Alpha Sigma Sigma participates in the freshman orientation program, and late in the year it organizes the freshman handbook classes for instruction In the policies of the Newcomb Student Government Association. Also the president of Alpha Sigma Sigma holds the freshman class meetings for the first quarter until they elect their own president. The 1943-44 president of the society was Alma Hammett. [ 200 J OFFICERS Marilyn Kaffie President Jean McSivney Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. George McGregon Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Emily Badt Jean Goltman Charlotte Milqram Mary Brash Peggy Goltman Nancy McLarty Judith Clarke Rosemary Levey Evelyn Rosenberg Dorothy Davis Joe Ellyn Levy Barbara Schreier Joan Freibaum Ruth Mayer Barbara Shv ayder Betty Goldstein Betty Wolbrette The purpose of the Jennie C. Nixon Debate Club is to promote student interest in public speaking. The activities consist of debates and floor discussions held in the bi-nnonthly meetings. Prize debates and inter-collegiate contests are held throughout the year. The club also takes part in the annual student-faculty debate, the yearly Glendy Burke-Jennie C. Nixon Debate, and two prize debates, for the George Prize and the Nixon Prize. An interest in public speak- ing Is the only requisite for membership. JEIVWIE IVIXDM DEBATE CLUB THE GROUP BELOW ARE: C. S. Pollock. Mary Brash, Rosemary Heldman. Peggy Scltman, Jo Ellyn Levy. Marilyn Kaffie, Charlotte Milgram, Betty Mae Goldstein. Barbara Swayder. Ruth Joan Freibaum, Evelyn Rosenberg, Rosemary Levy. [2011 FIRST ROW: Emile Alito, Alanion Arnold, Harry Bourgeois. Ruth Calzado. Seymour Cambias, Grace Charbonnet. SECOND ROW: Fred Chafry, Philip Closmann, J. Brian Corry, Kenneth Decassas, Warren J. Deshotels, Helen Dowling. THIRD ROW: W. C. Fagot, Jennie Belle Germann, Robert L. Jacks, Elaine Knowles ' , Ethelyn Koch, Maurice Levin, FOURTH ROW: Ora W. Mortler, James Ohisen, Jr., James Pendergrass, Lloyd Roux, Ben M. Seelbinder, Leslie Tanner. FIFTH ROW: Herbert Tardy, Janet Wall, Charles Weatherly, Aylmer White, Andrew Whitman, Andre Ziblerman. NOT IN PANEL: Evelyn Blust, ' Helen Daspit, Francis Fort, Sydney Gamblin, Rosemary Haas, Doris Karter, Donald Nestler, Allan Pincus, Jean Thibadeaux, George Tucker, Amelie Umbach, J. C. White, Myra Ann Ziifle, F. Favaloro. MATH CLUB The Tulane-Newcomb Math Club, founded In 1940, has steadily gained prominence on the campus and now boasts of over sixty student " Ein- steins. " The mathematical wizards in charge this year are: Robert L. Jacks, president; Helen Dowling, vice-president; Philip Closman, secre- tary; and Warren Deshotels, treasurer. [ 202 I The purpose of the International Relations Club is to instruct and to enlighten student opinion. It is not to support exclusively any one view as to how best to treat the conditions which now prevail throughout the world, but to fix the attention of the students on those underlying principles of international conduct, of international law, and of International organization which must be agreed upon if a peaceful civilization is to continue. IIVTER- IVATIDNAL HELATIDIVS CLUB FIRST ROW: W. Anderson, S. Bressler. E. L. Bryan-Turner, M. H. Cohen, A. Cooley, M. Cragon, H. Glass. SECOND ROW: R. M. Goldberg, H. A. Kelvin. F. Lewis, W. Magnifzky, T. McConnell, S. J. McGrew, J. Perloff. THIRD ROW: P. Rubin, T. Russum, O. D. Schurrann, R. J. Schwarz, Jr., W. P. Trufant, F. L. Valdes, A. Wcisler. NOT IN PANEL: K. Bennerfield, J. Bridgewater, J. Crowther, N. Davis, L. Epstein, R. Lehmann, R. Moore, A. Oshner, G. Siman, G. Lavengood. I 203] Founded at the University of California, the Phi Phi Fraternity has been active on the Tulane cannpus since 1927. From the junior and senior members of several of the active social fraternities are chosen its mem- bers, one from each fraternity. Phi Phi has for its aims the promotion of good fellowship and coopera- tion betv een the represented fraternities, and the PHI PHI advancement by annual projects of varying nature the standing of all fraternities. Officers for the past year were: Bobby Bond, president; Gordon Ewin, vice- president; Harry Murray, treasurer. FIRST ROW: Bruce Alspach, Edward Danner, Gorden Ewin, Cal Hadden, John McGraw. SECOND ROW: Harry Murray, Warren Nolan, Bill Owen, Jack Pritchard, Eddy Sanford. NOT IN PANEL: Leonard Finley, Dave Moore. Bobby Bond. (204 1 4 ' FIRST ROW: Joseph W. Balmcr, Jr., Roger M. Boh. Jr., Louis J. Brown, Jr., Peyton L. Denman, Jr., Douglas H. Diboll, William Fracring, Robert Jernigan, Conway Lammers. SECOND ROW: Henry F. LeMieux, Frank V. McMillan, II, Preston Mottram, William Nelson, Thomas H. Nolan, Norvin Pellerin, Andrew H. rhalheim, Jr., William L. Travis, II. NOT IN PANEL: Robert M. Franklin, Matthew P. Schneider, Jr. This freshman society was founded at Tulane in 1921 for the promotion of school spirit. Each year the WHITE ELEPHAIVTS fraternities that are members elect three representa- tives. The organization takes an annual field day on which it appears in white gowns on the Newcomb campus and at one of the football games during the half period. One of the activities of this organization is the presentation of a trophy to the outstanding freshman in the University. I 205 J DMICRDIV DELTA KAPPA FIRST ROW: Tim Grain, Ed Danner, Dicl( Faust. SECOND ROW: Tlieo Harvey, R. M. Jeter, Bill McLane. THIRD ROW: Bob Murphy, Bill Owen, Todd Reboul. NOT IN PANEL: Charles Crady. The first chapter of O. D. K. was organized at Washington and Lee in 1914. The Alpha Zeta Circle was established at Tulane in 1930. The purpose of O. D. K. is to recognize men who have maintained a high standard of efficiency in college activities and to encourage their fellow students to strive for outstanding achievements along these same lines. The five standards for which members of O. D. K. are selected are recognized as follows: scholarship, athletics, social and religious affairs, publica- tion and speech, and musical and dramatic arts. In addition to selecting outstanding students for membership in O. D. K., each year the fraternity honors faculty and alumni in " tapping " one or two of their group outstanding in campus affairs. Those selected this year were Robert J. Farley, Dean of the Tulane College of Law; Captain Forrest U. Lake, Commanding Officer of the V-12 Unit; and Watson Chapman, graduate of the College of Engineering and treasurer of the Tulane Alumni Asso- ciation. 1 206 1 The Owl Club was founded at Tulane In 1921. This year it had twenty-three mennbers. It is a junior- senior interfraternity honor society whose purpose Is to promote higher standards of scholarship and ethics in the School of Medicine. The organization ' s officers for the past year were: Keller Griffith, president; Guy C. Oswalt, vice-president; Norman Booker, sec- retary; and J. C. Martin, Jr., treasurer. D W L CLUB FIRST ROW: G. F. Begley, N. R. Black. E. W. Carrigan, Jr., J. H. Cooley, H. A. Ferris, Jr.. B. C. Garrett. Jr.. J. K. Griffith. SECOND ROW: L. C. Harrilton, J. J. Hicks, L. K. Knapp. N. C. LaFIeur, R. B. Langford. W. L. Marmelzot, J. C. Martin, Jr. THIRD ROW: A. C. Miller, G. Nix, G. C. Oswalt, Jr.. A. B. Paney, G. B. Stewart, E. C. St. Marfin, A. B. Turner. NOT IN PANEL: M. Mallory, Melvin McCaskill. (207) T A U B E T A P I FIRST ROW: B. S. Brupbacker, T. A. Grain, G. L. Cunningham, Jr.; SECOND ROW: D. D. Davis, R. J. Fritz. R. A. Heehs. THIRD ROW: W. E. Ibele, R. E. Le Blanc, J. C. McKee. NOT IN PANEL: L. M. Finley. The Tau Beta PI Association was founded at Lehigh University in 1885 by Edward Higginson Willianns, Jr. Louisiana Beta was established at Tulane in 1936. The purpose is to mark in a fitting nnanner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engi- neering, 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, Henry Maddon, Reinhardt Steinmayer, C. S. Williamson, Jr., M. G. Zervigon. Officers: R. A. Heehs, president; T. A. Grain, vice-president; G. L. Cunningham, recorder. 208] The Engineers ' 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 activi- ties sponsored by the E. T. A. are " Engineers ' Day " at the football game, the " Engineers ' Forum, " and the Enqineering School ' s " St. Patrick ' s Day " dance which is rapidly becoming an event for the entire University. EIVGIIVEERS ' TECMDLDGICAL ATELIER FIRST ROW: Mike Baccich. J. William Barnes, Reginald Batty, Milton Blenvenu, Tim Grain, David Davis, Wallace Diboll, Pete Gadmer. SECOND ROW: Ernie Gaiennle, Richard Heehs, Warren Hoppmeyer, Warren Ibele, William Kimble, John Lawrence, Owen LeBlanc, Robert E. LeBlanc. THIRD ROW: Al Levy, George C. W. Logan, Eddie Martin, John McGraw, John Moser, Lee F. Murphy, Jr., Warren Nolan, Joe Parpal. FOURTH ROW: Alan Robinson, Ed Sanford, Don Schell, Arthur Seaver, Paul Stuart, A. C. Suhren, Donald Wellford, Marion Wellford, Floyd Williamson. NOT IN PANEL: John Allee, Jim Amoss, Leonard Finley, Roy Johns, Sam Stone. AMERICAN INSTITUTE DF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS The Tulane University Branch was established at Tu- lane in 1936. The organization strives to advance knowledge of the theory and practice of electrical engineering and its science by supplennenting the formal courses of instruction with the presentation of technical papers and the visitation of points of engi- neering interest; and to bring the students in closer professional and social contact with each other, with the faculty, and with practicing engineers. Projects involving experinnentation and a certain degree of research are particularly encouraged. FIRST ROW: A. A. Baltazor, W. Barna, J. W. Barnes. M. Becncl, M. Brunet, H. J. Bryer, J. Burke, S. Cambias, T. Cappel. SECOND ROW: A. Chambers, F. Charty, J. DeLerno, E. Doerrics, H. Dowling, M. Duvic, J. Fitigerald, A. Flint, R. Friti. THIRD ROW: T. 1. Garvey, E. K. Hacker, E. Holmes, W, Keller, R. LeBlanc, M. Levin, J. Lozes, D. B. Martin, W. J. Mortiny. FOURTH ROW: J. McKce, J. Olilsen, J. Pendergrass, H. Rosen, F. H. Schmidt, E. S. Sherrard, C. E, Steidmann, H. Tardy, J. N. Thomson. NOT IN PANEL: N. Knight, R. Manning, J. H. Ware. FIRST ROW: F. Anepohl. A. Anticich, R. W. Batfy, H. W. Bourgeois. A. B. Bush, P. Closman, E. Cousins. T. Grain. G. Cunningham. SECOND ROW: K. M. Decossas, T. Feehan, H. J. Fitzpatrick. C. Sadmer, E. S. Gaiennie. W. C. Gorden. A. Hall. R. L. Jacks, A. M. Kahn. THIRD ROW: R. Levey, G. Long, D. R. Mabry, E. B. Martin, J. McGraw, E. McMillan, J. Moser, J. Pasouier, H. Pursell. FOURTH ROW: W. J. Ranson, C. Reuther, A. J. Robinson, F, E. Roseman, E. A. Roth, E. Schneider, A. V. Sierra, Jr., H. R. Walker, A. V. White, R. Woolfolk. NOT IN PANEL: L. Finley, I. Isaacs, O. J. McMillan. Established here in 1938, the Tulane Student Chapter has en- couraged student interest in the profession of chemical engi- neering by maintaining contact with each other. A second and supplementary role has been played by the organization in bringing members, faculty, and practicing engineers into more intimate contact with each other. 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, J. A. Gerster, F. M. Taylor. Officers: R. U. Batty, president; T. A. Crain, vice- president; E. Gaiennie, secretary; A. M. Kahn, treasurer. AMEHICAIV IIVSTITUTE DF CHEMICAL ElVGIIVEERS I 211 I AMERICAN SOCIETY DF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS FIRST ROW: A. J. Arnold, G. M. Baccich, A. A. Baltzor, M. T. Bourgeois, F. V. Boylon, M. J. Brunet, B. 5. Brupbacher. SECOND ROW: M. M. Cloud, H, L. Creel, J. S. Dabdoub, B. S. D ' Antoni, W. B. Diboll, P. M. Ferguson, P. S. Frank. THIRD ROW: E. A. Frisch, R. Garreston, M. Grillot, R. A. Heehs, W. E. Ibele, 1. Isaacson, M. Jung. FOURTH ROW: W. Kimble, C. A. Latham, A. M. Levy, G. C. W. Logan, J. D. Maddox, R. F. Muller, L. F. Murphy. FIFTH ROW: H. C. McAfee, J. J. Parpal, C. A. Peyronnin, R. Piske, W. C. Purdum, J. Ranna, E. H. Sanford. SIXTH ROW: D. Schell, C. S. Simoneaux, P. S. Stuart, A. C. Suhren, Jr., R. J. Swayne, R. M. Ziegler, A. H. Zilberman. NOT IN PANEL: J. T. Blanchard, J. P. Byrne, J. Cochrane, J. D. Curlec, J. Devlin, E. C. Grace, A. L. Melancon, P. J. Melancon, W. C. Murphy, S. H. McAfee, R. L. Pastorek, J. L. Prendergast, I. C. Rawls, P. Roach, J. J. Taurtana. The Tulane Student Branch of the A. S. M. E. is one of the many engineering organizations to be found in colleges and universities throughout the country. Its purpose is to help train for and to encourage interest in engineering as a profession by studying and discussing contemporary developments in the field of mechanical engineering. I 212 1 The Tulane Society of Civil Engineers was inaugurated at Tulane this year. It was founded to replace the Student Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers whose charter was relinquished because the activities of the chapter were retarded by the war. The purposes of the organization are: to develop a professional attitude in the students, and to help them in their work by bringing them in contact with experienced men in their profession. It is composed of seniors, juniors, and sophomores in the School of Civil Engineering and carries on its work through lectures and trips. The officers for this year are: D. D. Davis, president; J. Hassinger, vice- president; Rosenbohm, secretary; W. Hoppmeyer, treasurer. FIRST ROW: W. S. Adams, T. D. Baars. R. H. Bartley, R. E. Campagno, D. D. Davis, F. S. Ellis, P. H. Follett, SECOND ROW: T. A. Fromherz, E. Rubio-Goniales, J. E. Hassinger, Jr., W. H. Hoppmeyer, O. V. LeBlanc, M. H. Rappeport, L. J. Rosenbohm, THIRD ROW: G. A. Seaver J. K. Simpson, S, J. Stokes, J. E. Sjuhnesson, L. F. Tanner, D. R. Wellford, A. P. Whitman. NOT IN PANEL: J. W. Theall, R. J. Thibodeaux, T. L. Wilson. TULAME SOCIETY OF CIVIL ElVGIIVEEHS 1 9 ■ ■ ■1 w ' wj 1 l . P_f FIRST ROW: A. Anticich. R. W. Batty, A. B. Bush. E. R. Cousins, T. A. Cra!n, G. L. Cunningham, B. E. Douglas, T. H. Dexter. SECOND ROW: T. J. Feehan, A. H. Fraier. G. Gadmer. A. S. Hall. W. A. Heausler. D. R. Mabry. J. McGraw. Jr.. R. Montgomery. THIRD ROW: J. F. Moser. C. J. Nyman. L. P. Pasquier, H. P. Pursell, W. J. Ransom. C. G. Reuther. W. E. St. Clair, A. V. Sierra. NOT IN PANEL: F. G. Anepohl. K. M. Decossas, E. S. Gaiennie, J. J. Hudgens, O. J. McMillan. L. J. Reed. E. L. Schnieder. R. M. Woolfolk. ALPHA C H I SIGMA The Alpha Tau Chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma was organized ai Tulane in the spring of 1928. The objects of the fraternity are: to bind its members with a tie of true and lasting friendship; to strive for the advancement of chemistry both as a science and as a profession; and to aid its members by every honorable means in the attainment of their ambitions as chemists through- out their mortal lives. In its efforts to further the aims of the fraternity the Alpha Tau Chapter sponsors every year two chemistry essay contests, one In the public high schools and one in the freshman chemistry class. It also has initiated a safety program in the Chemistry Department, and manages a display case in the Richardson Memorial Chemistry Building. [214] The organization was founded at Tulane in 1913. Its purpose is to supplennent classroonn work, encourage interest, promote fellowship, and provide social con- tacts with each other and with the faculty. Officers for the past year were: Milton J. Bienvenu, Jr., presi- dent; John W. Lawrence, vice-president; Wilford F. Calongne, treasurer; Dorothy E. Sotch, secretary; Elberto Gonzales-Rubio, sergeant-at-arms. TULAIVE ARCHITECTURAL SOCIETY FIRST ROW: MiHon Bienvenu, Wilford Calorgne, Robert Coleman, Brian Corry, Douglas Diboll, Walter Doell, James Gibert, Elberto Gonzales-Rubio. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Gotch, Frank Juden, Herbert Land, John Lawrence, Warren Nolan, Robert Overstreet, Robert Palmer, Thomas Poulos, William Toujouse. NOT IN PANEL: Henry Johns, Benjamin Roth, C. W. Stevens. Kenneth Teague, William Williamson. 215] LAW REVIEW BOARD OF EDITORS ROBERT McLEAN JETER. JR Editor-in-Chief MARJORIE LYNCH JACKSON . Civil Law and Statutory Interpretation Editor DOROTHY DOWLING Index Editor CHARLES C. CRADY. Ill Book Review Editor BENJAMIN PERKOWSKI Secretary Aurelio A. Alba Gordon O. Ewin Katherine Brash Ralph N. Jackson John F. Caraway Ralph J. Schwan, Jr. RAY FORRESTER Faculty Adviser MARGUERITE G. STEIN Secretary As fhe gateway to Latin America, it is proper that New Orleans should be the home of one of the oldest and most outstanding journals of civil and comparative law in this hemisphere. The Tulane Law Review, successor to the Southern Law Quarterly, was founded in 1916 as the first law review of this state. It is published by the students of the law school with the aid and counsel of the faculty. Through the years It has gained International fame and distribution and has become one of the fundamental re- search sources for Louisiana lawyers and for scholars of civil and comparative law. But of equal importance has been Its service as a training and proving ground for the FIRST ROW: Katherine Brash. Dorothy Dowling, Gordon Ewin. SECOND ROW: Robert Jeter, Benjamin Perkowski, Ralph J. Schwant, Jr. ablest students of the Tulane Law School. Currently, the Board of Editors is faced with the double task of sustaining the quality of the Review with a very small staff. Be- fore the war the board numbered about twenty members. During the war the membership has been as low as four. A fine tradition is being established for the future by those now on the Review. Particular credit is due the editor- in-chief, Robert McLean Jeter, Jr., who has served with exceptional diligence and distinction. The secretary of the Review, Miss Gertrude Stein, has labored with her usual unselfish and tireless devotion. [216] " Oyez! Oyez! " echoes up and down the halls and out the ivy-fringed windows. Thus it is that Tulane laymen are once again informed thaf the Moof Court is in session. Gone from the stacks are the bleary-eyed mooters. Now the hours of work, on briefs that aren ' t, are behind — in front, three black-robed judges. Moot Court members eight have conjured the facts of these mock cases; opposing teams of freshmen and upperclassmen alike will strive to tear them apart. Just how well they do this ultimately determines which upperclassmen shall set the stone-cutter ' s chisel chip- ping in the winner ' s plaque. Mentor Oppenheim aids and instructs the board members, who are chosen for their high degree of scholarship. And heading this group is Char- lotte Ashley — a mere woman — the first girl chairman in the history of the board. MOOT COURT BOARD OF ADVISORS OFFICERS Charlotte Ashley Chairman Thomas Marlowe Secretary Leonard Oppenheim Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Charlotte Ashley Dorothy Bonnett John Caraway Thomas Collens Allan Fontenot Thomas Marlowe Ralph Orphys William Owen PHI DELTA PHI Phi Delta Phi was founded at the University of Michigan in 1869. White Inn Chapter was established at Tulane in 1911. There are now 62 active Inns and Barristers ' Inns. The colors are claret red and pearl blue; the flower, the jacqueminot rose. The purpose of j this organization is to promote a higher standard of professional ethics and culture in ' ■ ■J " j this and other law schools and In the profession at large. The members are: Charles ' Crady, president; Robert McL. Jeter, Ralph Jackson, Thom Collens, Moreau Jumonville, John F. Caraway, Aurelio Alba, John Allen McLellan, Thomas Rodrigo Arias. J. F. CARAWAY R. M. JETER J. A. McLELLAN THOMAS N. BERNARD, JR. TIMOTHY A. GRAIN WALTER L. HOWELL, JR. SAMUEL LOGAN ROBERT C. C. WOOLLEY KAPPA DELTA PHI One of the older honorary fraternities, Kappa Delta Phi, began its career at Tulane in 1904. In 1943 the following members were elected: Edward B. Baldinger, Jr., Thomas Nor- ton Bernard, Jr., Timothy Albert Crain, E. Judson Demarest, Walter Lyall Howell, Jr., Leonard M. King, Jr., Samuel Logan, George E. McCaskey, Jr., Forrest E. Cakes, Earl Sherwood Robinson, Jr., Robert C. C. Woolley. [218 1 MEMBERS James S. Assunto Julian P. Brignac Charlie J. Grayson, Jr. George E. Nunn Rose Fay Rabanovitz Milton I. Rosenson BETA GAMMA SIGMA Befa Gamma Sigma Is a national honorary commerce fraternity. This organization was founded at the University of Illinois and the University of Wisconsin in 1913. Tulane ' s chapter, Alpha, was established in 1926. All who have upheld the high stand- ards of scholarship in the field of commerce are shown due recognition by this organization. Assets, an honorary freshman society, was founded at New- comb In 1938. It Is composed of freshman leaders chosen for their school spirit, loyalty, and scholarship. They are selected at the end of their freshman year by the Assets of the pre- ceding class and play a prominent part In freshman orientation during their sophomore year. FIRST ROW: Rosalie Ambler. Emily Badt. Madeline Bose. SECOND ROW: Catherine Burns. Allie Clark. Barbara Conroy. THIRD ROW: Connie Faust. Patricia Gibbens. Nancy Nunei. FOURTH ROW: Clarice Slagle. Cecile Weil. NOT IN PANEL: Betty Woolf Fowler, Octavia Reynolds. ASSETS BETA BETA BETA Tri Beta, an honorary biological fraternity, recently celebrated the first anniversary of its founding on this campus. Formerly Lampyrids, it became affiliated with Beta Beta Beta on October 10, 1942. Louise Ellison is president; Marian Reese, vice- president; June Conravy, secretary-treasurer; and Mimi Viosca, historian. MEMBERS June Conravey Carol Dreyfous Louise Ellison Eleanor Gates Carolyn Graham Barbara Mann Janef Neuhauser Marian Reese Alma Riess Ruth Rosen Katherine Simmons Miriam Viosca Shirley Wiederecht NEWEDMB INTEBMTIDIVAL HELATIDNS ELUB FIRST ROW: Emily Badt, Dorothy Beniamin, Leona Bersadsky, Carol Dreyfous, Louise Ellison, Ruth Gottes- man. SECOND ROW: Kay Hahn, Rosemary Heldman, May Hyman. Joan Leva, Carolyn Marshall, Ruth Mayer. THIRD ROW: Marian Reese, Julianne Rose. ' Ruth Rosen, Rene Weiner, Doris Weinstein, Betty Wolbrette. NOT IN PANEL: Louise Gottesman. Marilyn Kaffie, Joan Opotowsky, Marilyn Soclof, Rena Wiener. The purpose of the International Relations Club is to instruct and enlighten student opinion in cur- rent events. The members en- deavor to accomplish this by becoming acquainted with the political ideas of the participants in this World War and by ascer- taining our own war aims. They are assisted in this aim at New- comb by the Student Lecture Committee. Membership entitles a student to use all books furnished the club by the Carnegie Peace Foundation. I 220 I 1 ' , L :i,., We 9 1 ' q 1 I ii died ■ DREADES May Allen MEMBERS IN FACULTY Mary Tenney Mary Sollmann The Oreades is an honorary organization formed at Tulane University in 1939. Its purpose is to sustain interest in classical knowledge, and to make more persons aware of the importance of knowledge imparted through Latin and Greek 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. FIRST ROW: Ruth Bannisfer, Grace Charbonnet, Louise Ellison. SECOND ROW: Maria Fulham, MyrI Lenfant, Tiiaia Leopold. THIRD ROW; Muriel Smith, Yvonne Stohlman, Dolores Watts. Eta Sigma Phi, national honorary classical fraternity, was founded at the University of Chicago in 1914 and became nationalized in 1924. The Tulane chapter of Alpha Chi was founded in 1936. The organization has forty-four chapters throughout the United States. The officers for the past year were: president, Thaia Leopold; vice- president, Gene Lavengood; secretary, Muriel Smith; treasurer, Maria Fulham. [221] MEMBERS IN FACULTY May A. Allen Graydon W. Regenos Beatrice Field Ernest Riedel Russell M. Geer Mary A. Sollmann MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Dorathy Beckmeyer Gene Lavengood Eleanor Bentley Thaia Leopold Anna Marie Clasen Alfred Mound WilomeHe Colley Irene Pfoff Genget+e Collman Edward Randolph, II Lela Crawford Muriel Smith Louise Ellison Beulah Sterbcon Carol Freret Yvonne Stollman Maria Fulham Erminea Wadsworth Athalie Generes Dotores Watts Miriam Wild ETA SIGMA PHI r- nfi ' ■% ' Mi: ;- f -» »». 1. The Governor revi ews. 2. The court and escorts. 3. First inspections. 1. Don ' t peek. 2. In front of old Bruff Commons. 3. Three to one. 4. Meds at v ork. 5. It says here . . . 6. Odd partner. 7. Your deal. 8. Not a cadavet, anyway. 9. Aw, shucks. 10. Hmmmm . . . 1. Baumbach crowns Labry. 2. Pikes reading TIME? 3. The Chief demonstrates. 4. A bar full of Chis. 5. Shall we dance? 6. Where to, mates? 7. Burlesque? 8. The Betas watch a game. 9. Modern technique. 12. Nature study. 10. E. T. A. tossing. I 3. Pan-hel softball fans. ,; I I . Some practice. ( [224] Walt till the prof sees 2. Ipana? 4. Leg art. 7. 1 got it! 9. Chug-a-lug, this! 3. Concentration. 5. 6. Courtin ' on the campus. Leisure tinne. 8. Bored? 10. A mouthful [ 225 1 1 . B!g dance. 2. Jack Point performs. 3. Mutt and Jeff. 4. Now if he had gone around . . . 5. Beta barn dance. 6. Good to the last drop. 7. " Chief " ses- sion. 8. It ' s this way. 9. Pre-game meeting. 1 . Deal me In. 2. My dough, please. 3. Navy food. 4. Wash- woman. 5. Slumber- time. 6. Mess line. 7. Parade. 8. One, two, three, four. 9. Crow and company. 1. Chaperone. 2. Fan closeup. 3. And Coca-Cola was fhere. 4. Make that dafe, girl. 5. Two plus two is four. 6. Patio sun-bathing. 7. The books are straight- ened. 8. Happy couple. 9. Veronicas? 10. Form? I I. True sailors. 12. Newcomb studies. 13. Hey, babe! 14. Patio sights. I 5. The Big Tusk himself. 16. Well, sometimes, any- way. . 1. Sinatra fans? 2. Outdoor class. 3. Heat of the brawl. 4. Jdliblrds. 5. A smile for the photo- grapher. (230) 6. A study of purses. 7. Amused. Ifcf a 1. Number, please. 3. Joke. 2. Is this Newcomb? 4. Hustle. 5. Hot dog! 6. Come on, TULANE! 7. Bull formation. I 23)1 1. Hot foot. 2. Three ' s a crowd. 3. Legs in swimming. 4. Detail. 5. Just begin- ning. 6. Corot or Carroll? 7. Through for the day. 8. What, no bottle? 1. B. S. O. gathering. 2. Patio talk. 3. Lunchtime. 4. More food. 5. Navy re- cruits. 6. No Navy? 1. Convulsions. 2. Learning to create. 3. Theta bull session. 4. Ah, me! 5. All together now. 6. Just plain talk. 7. Nature lovers. 8. Bridge and bull. 9. How candid? 10. Art. I I. Patios are interesting. 12. Must be a magazine. I 3. Sewing circle. 14. Watch the birdie, boys. 15. True relaxation. I 6. Fresh out of class. I 236 I 2= Several hundred miles south of Pearl Harbor in warm South Pacific waters, a destroyer is snapped in silhouette against the setting sun. The picture was made from the flight deck of an aircraft carrier. pir »% » S ' " JWi 1 ' • j-r mmm0 l» »m ::3Wfe,- .- •: SL.- II NEWcn HELLENIC JULIE SAUNDERS President Alpha Del+a PI: Christine Paris, Patricia Dickman. Alpha Epsilon Phi: Cecile Weil, Gloria Brown. Alpha Omicron Pi: Helen Marschall, Betty Granberry. Beta Sigma Omicron: Jerry Liddell, Norris Murphy. Chi Omega: Julie Saunders, Betty Morphy. Delta Zeta: Purita Trelles, Gloria Marks. Kappa Alpha Theta: Elleonora Perrilliat, Carol Fraser. Kappa Kappa Gamma: Virginia Smart, Charlotte hHillyer Dupuy. Phi Mu: Adele Redditt, Elaine McFaul: Phi Sigma Sigma: Bessie Pailet, Ruth Gottesman. Pi Beta Phi: Jackie Labry, Alice Patton. Zeta Tau Alpha: Dodie Nichols. FIRST ROW: Gloria Brown. Ruth Gottesman. Betty Granberry. Jacl ie Labry, Jerry Liddell. SECOND ROW: Elaine McFaul, Helen Ma-sctiall. Betty Morphy, Norris Murphy. Dodie Nichols. THIRD ROW: Bessie Pailet, Alice Patton. Elleonora Perrilliat, Adele Redditt. Julie Saunders. Cecile Weil. NOT IN PANEL: Virginia Smart, Charlotte Dupuy, Patricia Gibbens. Chris- tine Paris, Purita Trellis. Gloria Marks, Carol Fraser, Ruth Rosen. C2411 L T A PI The Alpha Delta Pis have spent the better part of the year trying to get the five pounds of candy the engaged girls ' men owe the chapter and listening to Jean McGivney rattle on about the Newman Club. The BIG formal was the Black Diamond dance. The excuse used: to honor the pledges. Pledges replied with the usual Christmas Party for those WONDERFUL active members. More seri- ous things accomplished: quote, We ' re doing some sort of war work. Unquote. Ruled over by Joy Mayer with Siba Maxwell filling the vice-president ' s seat. On down the line of Big Shots are: Alymer White, Maisie Obier, and Dorothy Brunet. The girls of the purple violet first got together at Wes- leyan Female (?) College in Georgia and drifted over to Newcomb in 1906 where they ' re still drift- ing around. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Wilhemlne Aragon, Charlotte Baker, Madeleine Bose, Dorothy Brunet, Patsy Cochrane, Trudy Connoly, Dorothy Jane Cox. SECOND ROW: Jo Dabney, Helen Dowling, Ruth Dravo, Nyada Due, Lorraine Free- man, Bethoe Gessner, Joan Guibet, THIRD ROW: Betty Ann Hill, Mary Frances LeBlanc, Marie Marquer, Virginia Max- well, Joy Mayer, Jean McGivney, Margery Mendes, Jocelyn Nyland. FOURTH ROW: Leila Mays Obier, Doris O ' Neil, Christine Paris, Andrea Soyland. Ruth Allen Snnith, Betty Vinson, Alymer White, Martha Fay White. NOT IN PANEL: Dorothy Davis, Sheila O ' Leary, Elsa Perdomo, Elizabeth Neuhauser, Patricia Dickman, La Veral Donaghey. JOY MAYER President 1243) D IV PHI The A. E. Phis got a start in life at Bainard College in 1909. Seven years later Newcomb began put- ting up with them. Their flower, lily of the valley, preserves their pet color scheme, green and white. The gal with the club is none other than Jo Ann Pincus; Julanne Rose is her pinch-hitter. In typical style, the bunch needs a lot of secretaries to take down all the dope. The recorder is Sally Moss, and the letter writer is Jo Ann Stern. Jo Ellen Levy holds the purse. These girls really like Jo for a name, don ' t they? MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Sylvia Amsterdam, Emily Badt, Dot Benjamin, lllene Bennet, Leona Bersadsky, Gloria Brown, Carol Dreytous, Helen Flower. SECOND ROW: Jean Frank, Doris Jean Frankel, Ava Lou Freed, Ruth Friebaum, Jeanne Garretson, J. L. Galtman, P. H. Galtman, Betty Mae Goldstein, Kay Hahn. THIRD ROW: Rosemary Hellman, Hilda Hirsch, H. E. Hyman, M. J. Katfie, Leona Kahn, Gloria Kleckman, Joan Leva, Edith Levy, Jo Ellyn Levy. FOURTH ROW: Rosemary Levy, Tess Levy, Ruth Mayer, Charlotte Milgram, Sally Moss, Jo Ann Pincus, Julanne Rose, Evelyn Rosenberg, Shirley Rosenthal. FIFTH ROW: Selma Schonbrun, Barbara Schreer, Lois Seidenbach, Melcedes Son- theimer, Joanne Stern, Cecile Weil, Doris Weinstein, Betty Wolbrette, Beulah Wright. NOT IN PANEL: Marilyn Caffey. , JO ANN PINCUS President I 24b I C R D IV PI Got started in 1897 at Barnard College — started gossiping at Newcomb in 1898. They ' re still at it! Calista Rault pounds the hammer (they had to hock the gavel to help pay for the big dance they held in February). She is also editor of the " Hulla- baloo. " Bushy Buchanan waits for Calista to get sick so she can swing the hammer. (Innes Ellis, head of J. L., waits for Bushy.) Kathryn Gould writes pretty little invitations, while Ailleen Cassegrain keeps the deep, dark secrets in a confused state of order. Ruth Fischofer begs for money to get afore- mentioned gavel out of the pawn shop. Helen Mar- schall leads the Art School, and Marie Stouse is vice- prexy of the Freshman class. The rest of the girls knit. They say they ' ve done lots of things this year, but they can ' t remember what! MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Alberta Amott, Robin Berckes, Emay Buchanan, Marion Byrne, Rosary Byrne, Ailleen Cassegrain, Audrey Charbonnet, Lucia Clemenf, Charlotte Coats. SECOND ROW: Margaret Ann Cooper, Innes Ellis, Margaret Ellis, Betty Jane Fiedler, Ruth FIschofer, Betty Sranberry, Ann Higgison, Lana Hunnnnel, Shirley Hummel. THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Kenan, Peggy Lemarie, Dorothy Lennox, Jacqueline Le Roi, Ann Marmon, Helen Marschall, Ann Mason, Marilyn Matthew, Ann Mayfield. FOURTH ROW: Elizabeth Meriwether, Jerry Mirandona, Tommye Mirandona, Nancy Nunez, Jane Owings, Mary Parlour, Elizabeth Perez, Elizabeth Pourciau, Caroline Rau. FIFTH ROW: Calista Rault, Jeanette Renegar, Florence Ricker, Nola Schmitt, Jerry Smitherman, Marie Stouse, Julie Vass, Phyllis Wellford, Maia Weston, Rosalie Wool- fley. NOT IN PANEL: Nanine Byrne, Kathryn Gould, Anna Kastler. CALISTA RAULT President 1247 1 M I C H IV The B. S. O.s chief claim to fame is that they prac- tically make up the entire population of the library. Result: high grades — Katherine Verlander manages all weighty affairs, as president, while Norris Mary Murphy keeps order in her absence — and lords it over the pledges. Marion Reese and Ann Jones hold down the two secretarial jobs and Margie Berry keeps the books balanced. They rave about their four engaged sisters, their Founders ' Day Banquet in December, and the visit their national president paid them in January. The Beta Sig ' s dabble in campus politics, claiming Jerry Liddell, president of the Y. W. C. A., and Betty Berry, president of the Freshman class. They show their leaning toward higher education by presenting an English award to the Sophomore attaining the high- est average, and toward the lighter side of life by throwing two or three gay parties a year. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Elizabeth Aijian, Evelyn Anderson, Jackie Beck, Betty Berry, Margie Berry. Hope Cheney, Barbara Conroy. SECOND ROW: Charlaine Cook, Evelyn Crais, Jean Cunninghann, Muriel Fournet, Vivian Hannm, Gene Hassinger. Ruth Heino. THIRD ROW: Thora Hickerson, Charleen Hutson, Gloria Huttner, Hope Huttner, Ann Jones, Jerry Liddell. Loyce Liddell. FOURTH ROW: Norris Mary Murphy, Dorothy Nyman, Louise Ramoneda, Marlon Reese, Dorothy Schneider, Gloria Shearin. Audrey Shubert. FIFTH ROW: Wildora Swain, Frances Truitt, Elaine Verlander, Katherlne Verlander, Audrey Vi cknair, Betty Vorbusch, Marilyn Wagner, Lorraine Williams. NOT IN PANEL: Frances Fort, Jane Cassidy, Anna Joyce Dendinger, Juanita Fernandez, Dorothy Tugel, Dorothy B. Verlander. KATHERINE VERLANDER President (249) A SDHDfllTY Claim to -fame of this organization is the fact that there are MORE chapters of Chi Omega in the country than there are of any other sorority. If you don ' t believe the above statement, ask any Chi O, and she will rattle off the number of chap- ters, number of alumni associations, etc. . . . it ' s a phobia! Established in 1895 at the University of Arkansas, Rho Chapter was founded at Newcomb in 1900. Since that date Rho Chapter has per- ennially " built their castles of cardinal and straw " during Rush Week and succeeded in trapping a few rushees in said castle. Builder-in-chief for the 1943-44 season is Carolyn Graham (alias Twerp). When Twerpie needs assistance, Mary Herron Mitchell helps. Evelyn King is the taker of the minutes and Julie Saunders assumes the thankless job of treasurer. Pledge captain ' s shoes are occu- pied by Mimi McConnell. When unoccupied with a round of parties and dates, the Chi Omegas may usually be found standing together in student body elections . . . it ' s another phobia! MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Mary Russell Barrett, Katherlne Bonsabat, Ann Bonham, Betty Brewster, Miriam Browder, Catherine Burns, Mary Virginia Campbell, Betty Burns Cassity, Cath- erine Chadwiclt. SECOND ROW: Rupert Crebbm, Marion Dear, Evelyn Dooley, Barbara Faulk, Jean Louise Faust, Betty Fernberg, Carolyn Graham, Beth Greenwald, Sara Harkey. THIRD ROW: Harriet Hawkins, Martha Helm, Roslyn Ison, Mary Stuart Kellogg, Evelyn King, Kathleen Lanier, Isabel Lewis, Adele Luehrmann, Martha Mitchell. FOURTH ROW: Mary Herron Mitchell, Anne Moore, Betty Morphy, Mary Elizabeth McConnell, Delia O ' Shea, Mary Louise Payne, Julie Saunders, Katherine Saunders, Betty Grace Scott. FIFTH ROW: Clarice Slagle, Miriam Smith, Gloria Smitherman, Alice South, Peggy Dean Tullis, Mathilde Turner, Ann Watkins, Mary Mina Whitener, Olive Wise. NOT IN PANEL: Evelyn Luehrmann, Suzanne McConnell, Edith Helen Field. CAROLYN GRAHAM President 1251 I L T A IJL TA SDHDRITY " School for Cheerleaders, " they call their organiza- tion, and rightly so. At this point the Delta Zeta ' s claim two of the three Newcomb cheerleaders, namely, Idamay Hayden and Betty Blain Lyie. Give them time and they ' ll make it unanimous! The girls are also very talented — they say. To prove that statement, the Delta Zeta ' s may be seen — and heard — on all campus night programs. Another of their perennial accomplishments is placing in sorority skit night! The other sororities, for lack of a chorus line, have come to expect this. Offi- cers include: Betty Finnegan, president; Idamay Hayden, vice-president; Mimi Viosca, secretary; and Merrel Loubat, treasurer. Founded in 1902 at Miami University, there are 64 active chapters. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Carol Bierhorst, Gloria Colle, Carmelite Cudia, Jean Joyce Epps, Janef Estopinal, Betty Finnegan, Elsie Gelpi, Ruth Gould. SECOND ROW; Idamay Hayden, Dorothy Harris. Mignonne Huclc. Joyce Huff, Marion Jennings, Margie Johnstone. Katheryn Knighton, Fritzie Kranz. THIRD ROW: Merrel Loubat, Betty Blain Lyie, Sybil McGee. Charlita Menendei, Rosemary Muller, Charlotte Myricic, Audrey Netherton, M. G. Nixon. FOURTH ROW: Patricia O ' Connor, Marie O ' Hara, Shirley Peters, Rita Claire Pflue- ger, Marilyn Probst, Jane Rodrigue, Daphne Roy, Jackie Ryan, FIFTH ROW: Florence SIngletary, Georganne Schmidt, Marie Louise Sullivan, Ann Trelles, Purita Trelles, Joyce Ulmer, Miriam Viosca, Dolores Watts. BETTY FINNEGAN President 1253 1 T H E T A The Thetas were born in 1870 at DePauw (someone says that ' s Brooklyn for " hand " ), and they have been living here since 1914. For colors they prefer black and gold, with a pansy colored ditto. Kath- erine Sinnmons wields the club, substituted for by Barbara Mann. When Shirley Dunlap has scribbled all the bull, Barbara Stewart puts it in the mail. Mary Knight may be found guarding the strongbox. The Thetas influence campus activities through vari- ous offices held by their members; especially Nonnie Perrilliat, who does a good job of heading the Student Body. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Jean Allison, Charlotte Ashley, Margaret Baker, Betty Baucum, Mailand Bevll, Lenore Caldwell, June Chandler, Jeanne Colbert, Rita Copenhaver. SECOND ROW: Emmey Lou Dicks, Shirley Dunlap, Margaret Eller, Dorothy Ewing, Adrienne Farrell, Carol Jean Fraser, Adrienne Gaston, Peggy Harold, Augusta Harper. THIRD ROW: Vivian Harper, Marcia Hathaway, Yvonne Hayes, Ann Henderson, Pauline llgenfriti, Phyllis Johnson, Mary Knight, Wilma Knight, Fanny Kirkpatrick. FOURTH ROW: Betty Lisenby, Barbara Mann, Alycee Marechal, Peggy Michel, Dorothy Jean Murphy, Joel O ' Brien, Elleonora Perrilliat, Harriet Pierce, Elaine Querens, Eleanor Reich. FIFTH ROW: Marianne Sewell, Katherine Simmons, Gloria Smith, Barbara Stewart, Muriel Tate, Janice Till, Nettie Nell Trusty, Marie Elizabeth Waggaman, Jane Walker, Frances Walther. NOT IN PANEL: Aliene Mueller. KATHERINE SIMMONS President [ 255 1 K A GAMMA Maybe that Standards CommiHee is at the bottom of all the confusion. Nobody knows exactly whose standards or what standards it is supposed to up- hold, but, aside from that, we see that the Kappas are pretty much like the Pi Phis after all. On Oc- tober 13, 1817, at Monmouth College the first Kappa Chapter was founded. Beta Omicron Chap- ter was established at Newcomb in 1891. The ' 43- ' 44 bunch is bossed by Mickey Dureau (when said boss isn ' t thinking of Gibson Tucker), who is backed up by Bitsy Hammett, chairman of that Standards thing. Mabel Hochendel is secretary, Polly Lane collects dues, while Louise Peterman is pledge driver. The Kappas also contribute to the war effort by having a big debate yearly as to whether or not they should have that formal. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Rosalie Ambler, June Barkerding, Irene Buchanan, Merityn Bush, Dot Carrufh, Alice Clarlt, Judilh Clark, Rowena Cowan. SECOND ROW: Jane Dicks, Marian Dureau, Betty Durland, Jean Durland, Dorothy Eaves, Jean Flower, Bitsie Hammett, Lillian Hammond. THIRD ROW: Kitty Hayne, Margaret Hill, Peggy Hendron, Mabel Hochendel, Evelyn Hodges, Marilyn Huber, Frances Huger, Minna Lane. FOURTH ROW: Nina Many, Berthe Marks, Felice Maurer, Betty Mcleod, Joel Oliver, Julia Peterman, Louise Peterman, Betty Read. FIFTH ROW: Katherine Ross, Virginia Smart, Mary Margaret Todd, Patricia Tobin, Henriette Vallon, Eva Stuart Voelker, Marjorie West, Marion Wilbert, Eleanor Wood- ward. NOT IN PANEL: Marion Crawford, Charlotte Dupuy, Alice Glenny, Natalie Scott. MARIAN DUREAU President 1257 1 D H D R I T Y C ' est la guerre! And those Phi Mus certainly do realize it. They say they spent almost $ 1 ,000 on War Bonds last year, and are also very proud of the number of their sisters who are doing their part In the " effort " as nurses aides. In spite of the war though, their social calendar was highlighted with such events as their big formal and banquet (those V-12 ' s do come in handy) last December, as well as numerous teas for national officers. And there were just plain " get-togethers. " With a certain amount of politicing they put some of their sisters into campus offices this year — and consequently you will find on the list of Who ' s Who the names of Shirley Weiderecht, Patty Dillon and Adele Red- ditt. Ruling over the Phi Mu clan for the year are Lucinda Hill, who has the title of prexy, aided by Dottie Scott, vice-president, and Cora Levine (the belle of Tulane!), who takes the minutes at their weekly meetings, while Ella Jane Blake handles the financial situation. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Elizabeth Bae+jer, Lorraine Bahan, Bealrice Baldlnger, Gayle Baldinger. Ella Jane Blake, Bonnie Bourg, Leila Bridger, May Bridger, Corrinne Chisholnn. SECOND ROW: Mary Collins, Harriet Creagan, Gladys Cunningham. Joyce Cun- ningham, Alice Daly, Fredda Davis, Glen Derbes, Patricia Dillon, Helen Edwards. THIRD ROW: Lois Elmer, Mary Jo Gautreaux, Dorothy Gotch, Jane Sros, Rosemary Haas, Nina Sue Harris, Lucinda Hill, Ann Hodge, Louise Horn, Olive Jewell. FOURTH ROW: Jo Marie Jones, Doris Karter. Sue Kiefe, Cora Levine, Ina Claire Madden, Elizabeth Malhles, Virginia Mansfield, Toby McCarty, Beverly McClure, Elaine McFaul. FIFTH ROW: Carmel Milhas, Lillian Negueloua. Adele Reddltt. Florence Roberts. (Mrs.) Dorothy Scott. Beverly Taylor, Amelie Umbach. Janet Wall, Shirley Wied- erecht, Claire Mae Zander. LUCINDA HILL President 1259 1 I G SIGMA Phi Sigma Sigma, which was founded at Hunter College in 1913, invaded the Newcomb campus in 1934. They are known mainly for their scholastic standing which is consistently high. Their social activities each year include a Found ers Day Ban- quet (like every other sorority) and a Blue Room party, of which they are very proud. At Newcomb they seem to specialize in being the pride of the sociology and psychology departments. Their of- ficers for the present year are: Bessie Pailet, presi- dent; Ruth Gottesman, secretary; and Ruth Rosen, treasurer. S D H D R I T Y MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Louise Goftesman, Rita Gottesman, Maxine Kaplan, Mildred Lubritz. SECOND ROW: Bessie Pailet, Shirley Pailet. Ruth Rosen, Marilyn Soclof. Rena Weiner. BESSIE PAILET President P H I We guess that the reason the Pi Phis wear their arrow at an angle is so it can ' t be mistaken for a Kappa key. At any rate, this age-old feud seems to be the basis of most of the queer goings-on in the two qroups. This charming group was started in 1867 at Monmouth College. Louisiana Alpha Chapter was founded at Newcomb College in 1891. They are quite proud of the fact that several of their sisters are pinned, engaged, or generally quite the stuff. Another doubtful honor of which they boast is the number of PI Phi ' s names appearing on the roster of the " Old Maids Kiub. " We some- times hear of their war work, their outstanding con- tribution being the foregoing of all debutante parties for the duration. Titine Clark is gavel waver of the organization. Others contributing to the conversation may be Babsy LeBlanc, vice-presi- dent; Eleanor Gates, secretary; and Jane Hackett Munson, who holds up the financial end. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Katherine Baker, Joan Burguiere, Lydia Caffery, Rosemary Carrere, Sig- na Charbonnet, Titine Clark. Anita Louis Croiat, Nancy Deane. SECOND ROW: Katherine Douglas, Olive Eaves, Connie Faust, M. M. Finch, Mary Jane Fly, Carol Gates, Eleanor Gates, Patsy Gibbens. THIRD ROW: Patsy Grehan, Dorothy Hecht, Mary McNeil Hopkins, Adelaide Huey, Abby Jackson, Anne Johnston, Jacqueline Labry, Laura Landry, Katherine LeBlanc. FOURTH ROW: Ann Lejeune, Marion LeGendre, Carolyn Marshall, Bethia McCay, Martha McDonough, Betty Mcintosh, Nancy McLarty, Odette Moran, Jane H. Munson. FIFTH ROW: Alice Patton, C. Proffitt, Jacqueline Provosty, Ruth Provosty, Denise Sessums, Martha Smither, Barbara Strong, Ann West, Lenore Williamson. NOT IN PANEL: Ann Johnson, Mary Matthews, Harriot Phelps. TITINE CLARK President I 263 1 ALPHA - V ' W Zeta Tau Alpha was founded at Virginia State Nor- mal School in 1898. Beta Kappa invaded Newcomb in 1927. Mary Guest is prexy (also pinned). She keeps strict order with the help of V. P. Eleanor Kidd. Rosemary Janssen calls the roll while Jonnie Horn begs for dues. They are well represented in campus activities by Shirley Pic, secretary of T. U. T., and by Robin Ahrens who handles the Newcomb side of the " Hullabaloo " and also holds a position in Who ' s Who. At Christmas time these Zetas livened up the Tea Room with bright trimmings and a tree for their Santa Claus party. Hear tell they ' re still blessing the powers-that-be for getting into the Tea Room. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Jane Armstrong, Maudie Cardwell. Carmen Coale, Marguerite Cousin, Toni Edwards, Frances Egen, Judy Ferguson. SECOND ROW: Mary Guest, Elizabeth Ann Hezlett, Jonnie Horn, Katherine Howard, Alice Jane Jaclcson, Rosemary Janssen, Elizabeth Kllpstein. THIRD ROW: Mabel MacMurray, Marie McCollough. Dorothy Morel, Beverly Morse, Dodie Nichols, Shirley Pic, Jen Rives. FOURTH ROW: May Ross, Helen Rutland, Dorothy Sue Scott, Jackie Souderes, Mary Strehle, Sue Switzer, Carolyn Trawick, Vera Walker. NOT IN PANEL: Robin Ahrens. Eleanor Kidd, Betty Lee Piske, Margie Pomes. MARY GUEST President [265] EIVIC CDUIVCIL Individual fraternities are bad enough, but when they all get together into a representative council, there is no end of trouble. Each frat sends one or two of its biggest bull-shooters to uphold (?) its own reputation when the fight starts. Aubrey Moore, as chairman of the melting pot, tries to hold every- body in line. When he is exhausted Secretary Rufus Harris assists. Of course, there are many minor difficulties — Theo Harvey never attends a meeting; Bill Owen can ' t understand why everyone doesn ' t see it his way; Warren Garfunkel argues that after all is said and done, Commerce is much the best school; and Jimmy Bryan makes sure everyone knows how it is done in Beta. But still Pan-Hellenic manages to maintain a united front. PAUL TAYLOR AUBREY MOORE Faculty Adviser MEMBERS Chairman FIRST ROW: T. Bernard, R. R. Bond, J. J. Bryan, B. J. Collins, R. Cuevas, J. Dane. S. P. Dart, E. E. Danner. SECOND ROW: H. J. Dau+erlve, F. S. Ellis, C. Eshleman, W. Sarfunkel, E. J. Gibert, J. H. Gibert, C. F. Hadden, R. C. Harris, Jr. THIRD ROW: T. H. Harvey, P. L. Jacobson, R. P. Levey, Jr.. A. L. Moore, J. Mc- Graw, W. J. Nolan, F. S. Nermann, W. C, Owen, FOURTH ROW: R. A. Piske, A. Primos, E. A. Roth, Jr., H. Rothenberg, M. R. Stouse. A. Weisler. T. C. Wicker, W. Williamson. NOT IN PANEL: D. Levin, F. Triston. i " F RUFUS HARRIS, JR. Secretary D M E G A fj Founded in 1865, Alpha Tau Omega increased its chapter nunnber by one when Tulane ' s chapter opened for business in 1887. The so-called Worthy Master calls himself Henry Dauterive. His special assistant, who no doubt goes by the name of Un- worthy Master, is Bob Woolley. Keeping the ex- chequer, whatever that might be, is assigned to Steve Ellis, but we can ' t help it. The Worthy Annals are kept by the Worthy Keeper of the Annals, Worthy Ed King. And so we reluctantly bid fare- well to tropical Alpha Tau Omega, to its brilliant shades of Sky Blue and Old Gold, and to the floral magnificence of its White Tea Rose. (Those boys just love adjectives, don ' t they ?) MEMBERS IN FACULTY Nathaniel C. Curtis, Charles Eshelman, Allan C. Eustis, Frederick hHard. George Jan- vier, Randolph Lyons. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: W. G. Andry, J. I. BIythe, C. Charbonnef, E, Dauterive, H. Dauterive, M. H. Dodson, S. Ellis. SECOND ROW: R. Ellis, R. Enholm, W. M. Farmer, R. Franklin, A. Friedricns, J. Gentry, W. Hampton. THIRD ROW: F. Hunter, W. Hutto, R. Jernlgan, C. Lammers, M. Lanier, R. E. Lier- ance, G. C. Manning, Jr. FOURTH ROW: H. Redd, Jr. D. Rooks, W. Rooney, J. Sharp, W. L. Spencer, E. Strahan, B. Walker. NOT IN PANEL: D. Gibbs, W. Hancock, Thomas James, P. Johnson. W. Williams, R. Wooley. HENRY DAUTERIVE Pi-esfdent 1269] T A PI Sixty-nine years after the establishment of Beta Theta Pi at Miami University, the Beta Xi chapter came forth in a haze of baby pink and blue on the Tulane campus. This was in the year 1908. Since then the boys have sported their roses, in proper dignity (?), from classroom to dance hall; that is, until the Navy outlawed boutonnieres. Scutter Murphy commands the Hungry Greeks, and is re- lieved by Stone Stickney in seeing that nothing intoxicating is drunk in the room, located now at 7070 Zimple Street. Of course, there are always sidewalks; but the alumni never seem to notice. Buddy Werlein takes notes and John McLellan sees to it that the boys contribute monthly. That man, again. Stone Stickney, leads the pledges on the road of right. The Betas ' claim to fame is their almost perennial winning of the Pan-Hellenic Cup which, no doubt, is authoritative enough. When last seen, every member of Beta Xi was working on the " Jamb. " Blame them for this! MEMBER IN FACULTY Sumpter Marls MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Wayne Anderson, Donald Bradburn, Ian Bradburn, Pearce Bradburn, Walter Brent, Jannes Bryan, Ted Cary, Duralde Claiborne, SECOND ROW: Robert Colennan, Harold Cummins, Dabney Ewin, Gordon Ewin, Lawrence French, Kearney Hacker, Rufus Harris, Herbert Land. THIRD ROW: George Lewis, Floyd Lewis, David Martin, Edmund Martin, John Mc- Corlde, John Allan McLellan, E. R. Meadows, Louis Moise. FOURTH ROW: Murphy Moss, Lee Francis Murphy, Jr., William Ogden, Lex Patrick, Billy Patton, Nigel Rafferty, Joseph Rault, Guy Scoggin. FIFTH ROW: Walter Sherrouse, Gaston Shumate, III, Stone Stickney, Pierre Stouse, Jr., Anthony Vizard, Richard Werlcin, Roy White, Stewart Williams, Robert Woolfollc, Jr. NOT IN PANEL: Walter Carroll, William Capo, Glenn Gardener, Daniel LeGardeur, Rene LeGardeur, Oscar McMillan, Sam Stone, Jr. FRANCIS MURPHY President ' 1 ' .J )i TsT 1 271 1 D K iwmmi p s I LD M Born at Yale University in 1844, the old Deke Lion grew restless in his limited confines and rambled south to leave its mark on the Tulane campus in 1899. (The campus never quite recovered.) At present there are 47 active chapters roaming around loose somewhere. The pack ' s colors are red, azure, and gold; every loyal brother sports a pansy. All the brethren cry " Ugh " to Theo Harvey, the Great White Father, at the weekly pow-wows. When Theo is attending to more urgent business, usually the R. O. T. C. battalion which he commands or the A. and S. student body of which he is the prexy, Archie Bland takes over the chief ' s job. Ken Gilly takes notes at the meetings and helps brother Ed collect what money the fellows can spare from their French Quarter budget. The healthy alumni chapter works over the freshies for pledges. Their main pastimes seem to include drinking all of Rod ' s beer before he can ice it (led by Brother Pritchard) and keeping all the people who live between Canal Street and Baton Rouge awake all night with their peppy parties. MED PAIV-HELLEIVIC BROOX GARRETT Chairman Alpha Kappa Kappa Phi Chi Phi Rho Sigma F. R. Freckleton B. Garrett N. W. Stoker G. F. Begley J. Prose A. W. Magnitiky Nu Sigma Nu Ph- Delta Epsilon Theta Kappa Psi M. Harthcock 1. Dravin P. Taylor M. McCaskill W. L. Marmelzat R. Parmley Phi Lambda Kappa P. S. Bergman G. Jaffe FIRST ROW: G. F Begley, Phillip S. Bergman, Isadore Dravin, F. R. Freckleton. SECOND ROW: Martin Harthcock, Gorman Jaffe. A. W. Magnitzky, Willard L. Marmelzat. THIRD ROW: Melvin McCaskill, Ray Parmley, Jimmy Prose. Norman W. Staker. NOT IN PANEL: Phil Taylor. (33) NU SIGMA NU Founded in 1882 at the University of Michigan, Beta. Iota Chapter of Tulane has adnnirably continued to carry on the old Nu Sigma Nu tradition of feuding with Phi Chi. This pas- time seems to be their one interest during formal neetings and otherwise. Said meetings are also the scene of much important business, the topic of conversation ranging from the last party given to the next one scheduled. Martin Harthcock waves the gavel in this organization, and reminds Charles Prosser, secretary, to send out notices of monthly meetings. Leonard Knapp takes over when the president is indisposed and Karr Hinton, alias " Hitler, " sees to it that dues are paid and that no one but his personal friends raid the ice box. The Nu Sigs ' chief claims to fame are their fancy cabaret parties, with singing in the " green room " and preaching by Deacon Palfrey, the half-painted house that looks much better now, according to the members, than it did unpainted, the Laurens twins ' Model A convert- ible and their four (or more) married members. The mansion at 5018 St. Charles Ave. is the scene of many informal gatherings, the likes of which can never be equaled by the Phi Chi ' s. MEMBERS IN FACULTY Oscar Bethea, William Bradburn. Edgar Burns, O. C. Cassegrain. Sidney Charbonnet, Dean Echols, Thonnas Findley, John Holmes, Allan Hill, P. H. Jones, Rudolph Matas, Gordon McHardy, Alton Ochsn er, Ralph Platou, John Pratt, M. T. Van Studdiford. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Bruce Alspach. John Bassett, James Biggart, Robert Black, Howard Bordelon. Brown Boswell, Carl Brannan, Walter Brent, D. T. Brock, John Browning. SECOND ROW: Duralde Claiborne, Grundy Cooper, Frank Covert, John Craig, Harold Cummins, Jr., Durant Dabbs, Ralph Downs, Josh Esslinger, Norman Evans, Kenneth Everts. THIRD ROW: Richard Faust, Albert Fechtei, Ben Galloway, Hale Giffen, James Gilly. Douglas Gordon, Jack Grindle. Martin Harthcock, Carol Herron, J. T. Hicks. FOURTH ROW: Karr Hinton, Jr., Clarence Imboden, Robert Jones, Leonard Knapp. Henry Laurens, John Laurens, Miles Lewis, Stewart Long, J. W Lynn, William McCalt. FIFTH ROW: George McCaskey, Melvin McCaskill, Armand McHenry, Joe Mighell, Guy Oswalt, Mac Otts, Will Palfrey, Leonard Posey, Charles Prosser. Paul Ramey, Noah H. Range. SIXTH ROW: J. Newell Robinson, Ralph Ross, George Schneider, Jack Sloan, William Syll, Charles Stone, William Talley, Warren Tharp, Roy White, Gerald Williams, Mac Williams. NOT IN PANEL: Robert Arranta, James Davis, J. W. Holmes, Lee Jarrell, Leo Johns, Irving Jordan, Robert Law, Sam Moseley, Fruman Neibery, Roger Reeves, I. N. Tucker, Mike Vales. MARTIN HARTHCOCK President [35 1 P H I r H I Known as fhe politicians of Tulane Med. School, the Phi Chis have crashed forth this year with a galaxy of class offices. This landslide was, of course, premeditated; in fact, for years now, the Phi Chis have added prodigiously to their chapter roll, with the hope of sonrie day getting ahead. The only drawback to their system of rushing and bidding, however, is that it is rather hard remembering who is, and who is not a " good brother. " Several ingenious members have gravely considered giving a post rush-week party every year for the purpose of introducing the pledges to the actives. Gordon Nix is president of this convention, and Wyman Sloan relieves him on occasions. George Prather takes minutes, and Sparky Wyatt collects large enough fees each month from all members to start a new branch of the First National Bank. Their meetings are also concerned with " discussions " of the Nu Sigs, and plans for future parties — open only to Phi Chis. RUMOR has it that j-heir parties are " mighty fine. " Outstanding members include Henry Yonge, president of the sophomore class; Keller Griffith, president of the Med. School student body; and Broox Garrett, president of the senior class. Phi Chi was founded at the University of Vermont in 1889. Omicron Chapter was established at Tulane in 1903. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: W. S. Alliston Jr., W. M. Allums, H. Appleby. W. H. Batia, R. J. Barnett, R. F. Bass. P. Batson, A. H. Bau ' m. R. H. Benbow. J. N. BevM. N. A. Bologna. H. L. Boyd. E. G. Burson. SECOND ROW: T. C. Bush J. O. Calhoun. J. H. Colley. W. Cookston. E. Crawford. T. C. Davis, C. H. Day, J. W. Deming. E. J. Dicker . H. H. Dismukes. M. H. Dodson, T. C. Donald. Jr., hi. L. Dupont. ' THIRD ROW: J. St. M. Dupont. A. J. Ellender. Jr., R. S. Ellis. T. Everett. K. Everts. W. M. Farmer. N. D. Feibelman. P. S. Foster. B. Garrell. B. C. Garrett. M. L. Golden. A. M. Goggans, R. S. Graves. FOURTH ROW: B. G. Griffin J. Griffith P. B. Guttman. L. C. Hamilton. R. G. Handon. Jr.. R H. Hardie E. W. Harris. Jr.. L. F. Hattaway, W. C. Hearin, J. Hicks, W. H. Higginbotham, W. B. Holmes ' . F. W. Hudgins. FIFTH ROW: S, B, Hutton. Jr.; W. F. John. A. Kimbriel. C. D. Knight. R. W. Kramer. G. S. Lane Jr.. R. B. Langford. W. P. Lenso, J. Lewis, R. C. Lewis. Jr., S. Logan. A. V. W. McBee. r. C ' McMain. SIXTH ROW: E. R. Meadows, J. Meadows, J. W, Merrift, Jr., H. J. Merrift, A. C. Miller. E. Murphy O. S. Nix. R. O. Norton. Jr., A. Patrick, W. J. Patton, J. P. Perrine. J. W. Pou, G. W. Prather. SEVENTH ROW: T. M. Prideaux, J. C. Prose, F. M. Randall. W. Q. Randolph, C. Ray, J. G. Rohn, F. Rueckl, E, C. St. Martin, E. R. Shapard, Jr.. R. Sharp. W. P. Sloan, Jr., A. P. Sparr, W. L. Spencer, J. T. Stanley. EIGHTH ROW: W. B. Stanton, B. L. Thompson, A. Turner, D. H. Varn, Jr., J. Ward, S. H. Ware K. K. Wheafley, J. F. Whitman, McM. Wilkins, Jr., J. Wilkinson. T. Williams L. D. Wright. S. H. Wyatt. H. M. Yonge. NOT IN PANEL: Bennet, C. Halt. S. P. Sharr. Jr. GORDON NIX President 137 1 PHI LAMBDA KAPPA Phi Lambda Kappa was founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1907. Psi Chapter was estab- lished at Tulane in 1924. There are now forty active chapters. The colors are blue and white; the flower, the century plant. MEMBERS IN FACULTY WILFRED FINKLESTEIN SIDNEY JACOBS CHARLES MIDLO HYMAN MAYERSON ISADORE ROBBINS JOSEPH D. RUSS B. BERNARD WEINSTEIN MiMHiiiiMaiiaMttBiMvHrinaMta MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Bob Alexander. Bernard M. Altschuler, Sam Baum, Phil Bergnnan, L. Biegelelsen, Lionel H. Blackman, Bernard Blutstein, Gene Carp. SECOND ROW: Sigmund E. Chessid, Robert Davis. Julius Finlclestein, Mervin Fishnnan, Ira Goldman, Cy Goodsteln. Arthur Hertzberg, Gorman Jaffe. THIRD ROW: Lewis S. Kook, Jack Kushner, Jack Lehman, Allan Leonard, David Light, Rundolf London, Leslie Lakash, Nelson Manowitz, Morty Morgan. FOURTH ROW: Bob Picard, Meyer Rosenbaum, George Schwartz, Irving Shulman, Felix Siegman, Aaron Sweet, Hyman Tolman, Charles F. Wasserman, Leonard L. Zinker. NOT IN PANEL: Herb Cohen, Jerry Forman, Marv Green, Wally Korn, Dudley Llebowlti, Norman Levy, Melvin Levin, Herbert M. Perr, Don Schwartz, Saul Slegendorf, Jerry Spitzer, Howard Todman, Ed Utkov. BERNARD M. ALTSCHULER President 139) ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA Alpha Kappa Kappa, professional fraternity, was founded at Dartmouth Medical School In 1888. Alpha Beta Chapter of Tulane was founded in 1903. There are forty-five chapters In the country. Their colors are Dart- mouth green and white, the flower being the white carnation. Hermann B. Gessner O. W. Bethea Wilbur C. Smith E. L. King Charles S. Holbrook W. P. Bradburn, Jr. T. A. Watters C onrad S. Collins Ralph H. Heeren Emile F. Naef MEMBERS IN FACULTY Donovan C. Browne Henry J. Bayon. Jr. James C. Cole J. E. Brierre Ralph J, Christman John S. Herring Harry D. Morris Theodore L, Soniaf Richard W. Vincent J. D. Landry Lloyd J. ' Hanckes Edward L. Levert J. H. t orris Travis Winsor Robert C. Day J. A. Sabatier Maxwell F. Kepi Thomas E. Weiss O. V. Preiean Robert Wood NORMAN BOOKER President FIRST ROW: Grant F. Begley. ' 44; William L. Bendel, ' 44; Norman U. Booker, ' 44; Robert T. Cale, ' 45; Ernest W. Carrigan, ' 44; Edward O. Comer, ' 46; Henry T. Cook, ' 45; Ernest B. Cunningham, ' 44- SECOND ROW: Lear W. Dane, ' 45; Lanford H. De Generes, ' 45; Frank T. Dienst, ' 46; Raymond L. Dross, ' 44; Mitchell Ede, ' 45; Lloyd C. Eyrich. ' 46; Frank R. Freckleton, ' 44; Howard D. Hardee, ' 46. THIRD ROW: Roy E. Hughes, ' 44; Wallace Hunter. David W. Labouisse, ' 44; Harold J. McCrea, ' 44; Charles W. Mockbee, ' 44; P. Muhlelsen. ' 46; Frank C. Ruys, ' 46; Ralph Shirer, ' 46; Gordon E. Soiieau. Robert B. Watkins, ' 45; George E. Welch, ' 45. NOT IN PANEL: Donald W, Shepard, ' 46. MOl 44; John Jofko, ' 45; Fariss D. Kimbell, ' 44; Robert E. Moore, ' 44. FOURTH ROW: John ' 44; Bernard Soto. ' 46; Albert L. Steplock, ' 45; Grimes, ' 46; Merrill A. Proes, ' 45; Wayne PHI DELTA EPSILDIV Phi Delta Epsilon was founded at Cornell University Medical College in 1904. Alpha lota Chapter was established at Tulane in I 9 I 8. At present there are fifty-four active chapters. The colors are purple and white; the flower, the hyacinth. WILLARD MARMELZAT President Emile Bloch Irving Giossberg Abe Golden MEMBERS IN FACULTY Allen Goldman Juledn Graubarth Louis Levy Paul Marks Harvey Meyer FIRST ROW: Harvey Amsferdam, Harold Albert, Gerald Berenson. William Blahd. Ted Eloch, Laurence Cohen. SECOND ROW: Isadore Dravin, Eugene Hesdorffer, Joseph Hirsch. Richard Hodes, Avrohm Jacobson, Joseph Kati. THIRD ROW: Joseph King, Walter Levy, Willard Marmelzat, Harvey Mintz, Stanley Mintz, Harvey Rappeport. FOURTH ROW: William Rosenthal, Melvin Rosenthal, Irvin Schneider, Sol Stern, Sene Usdin. Maurice Weisler, Gerald Weiss. NOT IN PANEL: Mervin Cohen, Ralph Robbins, Al Schonbrun, Bernard Soloman, Howard Strauss. [41] PHIHHD SIGMA In 1890 Phi Rho Sigma was founded at Notihwestern University Medical School. Delta Omicron Alpha Chapter was established at Tuiane in 1918. The colors are scarlet and gold; the flower is the red carnation. Granville A, Bennett Sidney Bliss Hugo T. Englehardt John V. Gooch Carl Granberry MEMBERS IN FACULTY S. Holson Roy de la Houssaye Lloyd J. Kuhn Jacques A. Magne Anees Mogabgab Marvin Smith R. M. Street Robert A. Strong William A. Wagner EMILE BERTUCCl President FIRST ROW: Thomas Baffes, ' 46; Emile A. Bertucci, Jr., ' 45; Arthur Bohmfalk, ' 46; Michael Boustany, ' 44; Rex Bunker, ' 45; George Cuellar, ' 45. SECOND ROW: Fernand J. Dastugue. Jr., ' 45; Shephard Jerome, ' 44; Rodney Clifton Jung, ' 46; Andy Lang, ' 45; William J. Langlois, Jr., ' 45; Dan Lubrano, ' 45. THIRD ROW: Wayne Magnitzsky, ' 45; Frank Mayer, ' 47; Ray Nieto, 44; Arthur B. Snowhite, ' 45; Norman Staker, ' 45; Thomas Wynne, ' 46. NOT IN PANEL: Arthur A. Calix; William Keating, Thomas Lyons. [42] THETA KAPPA PSI Theta Kappa Psi was founded at the Medical College of Virginia in 1879. Pi Chapter was established at Tuiane in 1904. At present there are fifty- seven active chapters. The colors are green and gold; the flower, the red rose. JAMES MARTIN President Rufus H. Alldredge J. N. Ane Robert Bernhard Charles L. Brown Wiley R. Buffington MEMBERS IN FACULTY J. A. Colclough Alex R. Crebbin William H. Gillentlne Paul G. Lacroix Henry E. Menage Joseph W. Reddoch Paul W. Renlen Howard H. Russell Louis A. Toth FIRST ROW: Dick Allen. Robert Anderson, S. Duff Austin, John Baehr, John Barnes, Harold Bevil, Ralph Billington, Dick Black Jarres Booth, Ralph Bowman. SECOND ROW: Claude Buerger, Jr.; Charles Burnham, Jr., James Caire, Ben Cobb, Clyde Curtis, Frank Denman, Ted Dombrowsky, A. K. Hall, Robert D. Hays, Jesse Lowe Henderson. THIRD ROW: Owen Johnson Rupert Kerr, R. C. Lancaster, James Lees, Corbitt Locke, George Manning, Bill Marshall, James Martin, J. R. Martineau, Will McCall. FOURTH ROW: Charles McMillan, James Morrison, George E. Muehleck. Gordon Nicoll, Ray T. Parmley, James Picinich, Walter D. Presley, Hubert Prevost, J. K. Schellack, Samuel O. Smelsey. FIFTH ROW: Denton Smith, George ' Stewart, Phil Taylor, Durwood Thibodaux, Elton Thomas, Norman W. Todd, Terrell Tyler, Thomas Wallace. Paul Woodward, Bennett Young, James Young. NOT IN PANEL: Gilbert Adami, Robert Crossett, Kenneth Duzan, James E. Holmes. Raleigh Jackson. Nelson Karbach, Ed. Mears, Neat McCullough, A, Mortenson, Leon Myers, William Newsom, Robert Pace, John Bill Parmley, James O. Rice, John Rice, James J. Slagenhop. (43 1 HAROLD ALBERT ROBERT BARNETT MICHAEL BOUSTANY WILLIAM ALLUMS GRANT BEGLEY HUGH BOYD BERNARD ALT5CHULER WILLIAM BENDEL JOHN BROWNING HARVEY AMSTERDAM NORMAN BLACK CHARLES BURNHAM GRACE ANDREW NORMAN BOOKER ELKANAH BURSON HOMER APPLEBY JAMES BOOTH ERNEST CARRIGAN MED SENIORS • HAROLD M. ALBERT, ' 44, Russellville, Alabama; Medicine. • WILLIAM MIMS ALLUMS, ' 44, Shreveport, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Kappa Alpha. Ah, those leisure momenfs! • BERNARD M. ALTSCHULER, ' 43, Bayonnc, New Jersey; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • HARVEY JAY AMSTERDAM, ' 44, New York City, New York; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Delta Epsilon. GRACE VERONICA ANDREW, ' 44, Bude, England; Medicine; Alpha Epsilon lota. • HOMER PUARLES APPLEBY, ' 44, Slaughter, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Lambda Chi Alpha. i| ] • ROBERT JAMES BARNETT, ' 44, Greenwood, Minnesota; Medicine; Phi Chi; j Sigma Chi; A.F.D.; L.S.E.; Symphony Orchestra. ; • GRANT F. BEGLEY, ' 44, Hyden, Kentucky; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council; History of Medicine Society; Owl Club. I • WILLIAM LOUIS BENDEL, III, ' 44, Monroe, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Kappa Sigma. i [44] • NORMAN ROBERT BLACK, ■44, Cheyenne, Wyoming; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Delta Tau Delta; History of Medicine Society; Owl Club. • M. DURALDE CLAIBORNE, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Beta Theta Pi. • NORMAN URAL BOOKER, ' 44, Naples, Florida; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. BENAJAH BIBB COBB, " 44, Tuskegee, Alabama; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • JAMES LIVINGSTON BOOTH, ' 44, Jackson, Mississippi; Medicine; Thefa Kappa Psi; Pi Kappa Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Epsilon Delta; History of Medicine Society. • JESSE HALL COLLEY, ' 44, Troy, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Nu; Owl Club. • MICHAEL EPHREM BOUSTANY, ' 44, Lafayette, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma. • JACK CORBITT, ' 44, Hartford, Alabama; Medicine; Pi Kappa Alpha. • VINCENT PAUL CORSO, ' 44, Miami, Florida; Medicine; Phi Gamma Delta. • HUSH LEE BOYD, ' 44, Bristow, Oklahoma; Medicine; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society. • JOHN DURON BROWNING, ' 44, Daytona Beach, Florida; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Pi Kappa Alpha. • E. BEARDEN CUNNINGHAM, ' 44, Roleigh, North Carolina; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; History of Medicine Society. EVER CURTIS (MRS.), ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine. • CHARLES JOSEPH BURNHAM, ' 44, Bay Springs, Mississippi; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • OSMOND DURANT DABBS, JR., ' 44, Gulfport, Mississippi; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society. • ELKANAH GEORGE BURSON, ' 44, Furman, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Chi. • MARION HARWOOD DODSON, ' 44, Mobile, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi; Alpha Tau Omega. • ERNEST WILLIAM CARRIGAN, ' 44, Society Hill, South Carolina; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Owl Club; History of Medicine Society; Vice-President of Senior Class. • EDWARD FRANK DOMBROWSKY, ' 44, Miami, Florida; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • SIGMUND CHESSID, ' 44, New York City, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda • ARTHUR WILLIAM ECKHOUS, ' 44, New York City, New York; Medicine; Kappa. Kappa Nu. SIGMUND CHESSID M. D. CLAIBORNE, JR. BENAJAH COBB JESSE COLLEY E B. CUNNINGHAM MRS. EVER CURTIS OSMOND DABBS, JR. MARION DODSON JACK CORBITT VINCENT CORSO EDWARD DOMB. OWSKY ARTHUR ECKHOUS 14 1 ROBERT ELLIS HAROLD FERRIS, JR. MAX eOLDEN EILEEN ELSON JULIUS FINKELSTEIN PLACIDO SONZALEZ THEODORE EVEREH MERVIN FISCHMAN BELTON GRIFFIN KENNETH EVERTS WALTER FRIEDLAND JOHN GRIFFITH, JR. WILLIAM FARMER MARIO GAMBOA LONGSTREET HAMILTON N. D. FEIBELMAN 8ROOX GARRETT, JR. MARTIN HARTHCOCK MED SENIDflS • ROBERT SMITH ELLIS, ' AA, Drew, Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi; Kappa Sigma; Gamma Sigma Epsllon; Alpha Epsilon Delta; History of Medicine Society; Honor Council, ' 43- ' 44. Monkey see, monkey do. • EILEEN FRIEDA ELSON, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Epsilon lota. • THEODORE EVEREH, ' 44, Chipley. Florida; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • KENNETH V. EVERTS, ' 44, Lake Worth, Florida; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WILLIAM MARTIN FARMER, ' 44, Samson, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi; Alpha Tau Omega. • N. DONALD FEIBELMAN, ' 44, Vicksburg, Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Nu. • HAROLD AARON FERRIS, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Owl Club. • JULIUS FINKELSTEIN, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa; Kappa Nu. • MERVIN EDWARD FISCHMAN, ' 44. Irvlnqton, New Jersey; Medicine; Phi • WiLLARD CLIFTON HEARIN, JR., ' 44, Greenville. South Carolina; Medicine; Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine Society. Phi Chi. • WALTER FRIEDLAND, ' 44. Hackensack. New Jersey; Medicine; Tau Epsilon Phi. • JESSE LOWE HENDERSON. ' 44, Grenada. Mississippi; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • MARIO AUGUSTO GAMBOA, ' 44, San Jose. Costa Rica; Medicine; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JAMES JOHNSTON HICKS. ' 44. Enterprise. Alabanna; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Vice-President of Medical Student Body; Owl Club, • BROOX CLEVELAND GARRETT, JR., ' 44, Shreveport, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Phi Delta Theta; History of Medicine Society; Honor Board; Pan-Hellenic Council (Medical). ' 42- ' 43; Medical Pan-Hellenic President ( ' 43- ' 44); Class President. ' 40- ' 4l; Class President. ' 43- ' 44; Owl Club. • JAMES KARR HINTON. JR.. ' 44. Collierville. Tennessee; Medicine; Nu Signna Nu; Sigma Chi. • MAX LOVETTE GOLDEN. ' 44. Laurel. Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Honor Board. • WENDELL BYRON HOLMES. ' 44. Tylertown. Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi. • FRANK WEST HUDGINS. ' 44. Lubbock. Teias; Medicine; Phi Chi. • PLACIDO OSVALDO GONZALEZ. ' 44. Ciudadtruiillo. Dominican Repubiic; Medicine; Phi lota Alpha. • JOSEPH MONROE HUMPHRIES. ' 44. Altoona, Alabama; Medicine. • BELTON GLENN GRIFFIN, ' 44, Bessemer, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi. • GORMAN JAFFE, ' 44, New York City, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • JOHN KELLER GRIFFITH. JR.. ' 44, Slldell, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Kappa Sigma; Owl Club; Omicron Delta Kappa; History of Medicine Society; Honor Board; Student Council — Tulane; Class Vice-President, ' 4l- ' 42; Honor Council, •42- ' 43; Medical Student Body President ( ' 43- ' 44). • SHEPARD JEROME. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma. • JEROME B. KATZ, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Delta Epsilon; Zeta Beta Tau. • L0NG5TREET CAVEH HAMILTON, ' 44, Jackson, Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Chi; Owl Club. • ALBERT CARTER KIMBRIEL. JR.. ' 44. Drew. Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi. • MARTIN BATES HARTHCOCK, ' 44, Clarksdale, Mississippi; Medicine; Nu • MARJORIE T. KI5TER. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Epsilon Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society; Pi Kappa Alpha. lota; Alpha Delta Pi. WILLARD HEARIN, JR. JESSE HENDERSON JOSEPH HUMPHRIES GORMAN JAFFE JAMES HICKS SHEPARD JEROME JAMES HINTON, JR. JEROME KATZ WENDELL HOLMES ALBERT KIMBRIEL. JR. FRANK HUDGINS MARJORIE KISTER [47! LEONARD KNAPP JOHN LAURENS A. S. MARSHALL DAVID LABOUISSE EDMUND LECKERT, JR. JAMES MARTIN. JR. NATHAN LAFLEUR MADISON LEE. JR. JAMES MEADOWS. JR. CHARLES LANE. JR. MEREDITH MALLORY. JR. JAMES MERRITT. JR. RICHARD LANGFORD GEORGE MANNING. JR. JOSEPH MIGHELL. Ill HENRY LAURENS. JR. WILLARD MARMEL2AT ARCHIE MILLER MED SENIORS • LEONARD KENNEDY KNAPP. ' AA, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Delta Tau Delta; History of Medicine Society; Owl Club. • DAVID WINDER LABOUISSE. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Sigma Chi. Sign up, soldier. • NATHAN CURTISS LAFLEUR, ' 44, Opelousas, Louisiana; Medicine; Owl Club; History of Medicine Society. • CHARLES SPURGEON LANE, JR., ' 44. Hattiesburg. Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi; Kappa Alpha. • RICHARD BENNETT LANGFORD, ' 44, Shreveport, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Phi Delta Theta; Owl Club. • HENRY LAURENS, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Delta Psi. • JOHN LAURENS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Upsilon; History of Medicine Society. • EDMUND LAWRENCE LECKERT, JR., ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine. • MADISON JOHNSON LEE, JR., ' 44, Danville, Kentucky; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Beta Theta Pi. Delta Tau Delta fraternity was founded at Bethany College in 1859. Beta Psi Chap- ter was established at Tulane in 1889. There are now 75 active chapters. The colors are purple, gold, and white; the flower, the iris. JOHN McGRAW President MEMBERS IN FACULTY Stanford C. Jamison, W. E. Kittredge, Jr., Emile F. Naef, T. Hillman Olliphant. W. H. Stevens. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Norman Black, John S. Browning, Jack Caire, William Fraering, C. J. Grayson. SECOND ROW: Leonard Knapp, John McGraw, Jr., Preston Mottram, Frotcher Muller, Billy Nelson. THIRD ROW: Allan F. Querens, S. G. Ray, George T. Schneider. R. C. Tremont, R. M. Vincent, W. F. Williamson. NOT IN PANEL: Louis Beatrouve. E. L. Clements, J. L. Kincannon, John Roberts. I. N. Tucker, Neal Welsh. LPHA RIVITY Kappa Alpha was founded af Washington and Lee University in 1865. Psi Chapter was established at Tulane in 1882. There are 67 active chapters. Colors: crimson and old gold. Flowers: magnolia and red rose. ARTHUR SEAVER President MEMBERS FIRST ROV : W!ll!am M. Allums, George M. Baccich. Hester H. Bate, Billy Beatrous. Thomas N. Bernard, Carl D. Brannan. Charles Eshieman. SECOND ROW: Richard Faust. H. Giffen, R. M. Jeter, Sidney Jones, Walter Jordy, Charles Daniel Knight, Joseph Alelde La Cour. Jr THIRD ROW: Paul Lacroix, Charles S. Lane, Jr., F G. Le Blanc. Thomas A. Little. Billy McCord, James McMahon. E. L. McMillan. FOURTH ROW: Robert Overstreot. Will Palfrey. Blanc Parker, Jack W. Pou, Louis Rand. Frank Rueckl. Wynn Sayman. FIFTH ROW: Arthur Seaver, Jerry Sims. A. P. Spaar. Watson Tebo. H. H. Waters. McMurry Wilkins, Jr.. Esmar Williamson. NOT IN PANEL: Bernard Ross. Robert Culpepper, Tommy Edgerton. Leonard Finley. Al Fritchie, James Harris. Tom Harvey, Robert Lov». J. W. Lynn. John Palmley, Happy Sevier, Malcolm Sevier, Poche Waguespack, Chester A. Williams. 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. ITY ABE WEISLER President MEMBERS IN FACULTY Herbert E. Buchanan, Henry Laurens, Martin T. Van Studiford, James E. Winston. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Stanley M. Bressler, N. G. Brunner, Gene Carp, Norman Dinhofer, Arthur Eckhous, Julius Finlcelstein, David Gansar, SECOND ROW: Irvin Goldman, E. D. Groff, Lewis S. Kook, Jack Kushner, Alan Leonard, David Levin, tvlaurice Levin. THIRD ROW: Julian Lichter, H, L. Moslcowiti, S. L. Mozer, Stanley Orlatf, tvlurray N. Padwa, Fred Rabiner, Harold Rosen. FOURTH ROW: Irvin Sokolsky, Ralph Slovenko, Hyman Tolmas, Martin Turkish, Herbert P. Vogel, Abraham Weisler, M. J. Weisler. NOT IN PANEL: Bertram M. Brettschneider, Arnold Levy, Arthur Meisel, Nathan Traum. A,::: A In 1904 Phi lota Alpha was founded at Louisiana State University. In 1932 the Delta Chapter was established at Tulane. The colors are blue, red, and gold; the flower is red carnation. CARLOS PINZON President MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Adolfo Arrocha, Julio C. Contreras, Roberto Cuevas. Miguel Dejulc. Fernando Eliiondo. SECOND ROW: Alvaro Fonseca, Osvaldo Gonzalez. Carlos A. Pinion, Ruben A. Puerta, Tomas Sosa. NOT IN PANEL: Fidel Tristan, Adan de Urriola. Ernesto Velasco. Sigma Alpha Mu was founded at City Col- lege 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. WARREN GARFUNKEL President MEMBERS IN FACULTY Don Julian Graubarth, Paul L. Marks, Samuel B. Saiewitz, Herbert Weinberger. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Harvey J. Amsterdam. Milton Cohen. Isidore Dravin, Warren Garfunkei. Samuel Green, Erwin Hecker, Richard Hodes. SECOND ROW; R. Kaplan, Willard Marmelzat, Robert May, Stanley Mintz, Leonard Passes, Stanley Pulitzer, Raoul Rabiner. THIRD ROW: Harvey Rappeport, Herbert Rothenberg, Irvin Schneider, Sol Stern. Gerald Weiss, Jack Weiss, Andre Zllberman. NOT IN PANEL: Mervin Cohen, Allen Koltun, Irving Meyerson, Ralph Robbins, Al Schon- brun. A Zeta Beta Tau was founded at the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1898. Sigma Chapter was established at Tulane in 1909. At present there are 3 1 active chapters. The colors are blue, white, and gold; the ■flower, the white rose. §;. % IRWIN ISAACSON President MEMBERS IN FACULTY H. P. Marks, Jr.. Melvin D. Steiner. MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Leonard Aronson, Gerald Berenson. Ted Bloch, Lawrence Cohen. Sidney Cohen. Philip Frank. Richard Garretson, Henry Ginsburg, Richard Goldberg. SECOND ROW: Louis Good, William Gordon. Eugene Hesdorffer. Joseph R. Hlrsch, Irwin Isaacson, Jr., Paul Jacobson, Charles Kahn, Charles N. Kahn, Metz Kahn. THIRD ROW: Jerome Katz, Maurice Khourt, Joseph C. King, Douglas Levey, Leon Levy, Ralph Levey, Stanley Levingston, Walter Levy, Leo Lob. FOURTH ROW: Harvey Mintz, Jack Rich, Floyd Roos. J William Rosenthal, Melvin Rosenthal, Joe Roseniv eig, Dan Scharff. Morlse Schornstein, Ralph Schwarz. FIFTH ROW: Abe Silver, Henry Simon, Harry Solomon. Howard Strauss, Joe Strauss, Robert Sud, Sam Threefoot. Leonard Wolff, Gerald Wormser. NOT IN PANEL: James M. Ber, D. H. Danheisser, Seymour Dreyfus, Eddie Hoffmann, Bernard Jacobs, Richard Levy, Jack Rosenthal, Edward Simon, Bernard Solomon. THE CD-DPERATION DF THE OFFICE DF PUBLIC RELATIONS OF THE NAVY HEPARTMEIVT IIV FURIVISHIIVG THE PHOTOGRAPHS FDR THE COVER, TITLE PAGE, AND DIVISION PAGES OF THIS VOLUME IS ACKNOWLEDGED WITH SINCERE APPRECIATION HY THE STAFF DF THE JAMBALAYA. t %. ' -i -- Y-; ' .■?:.?» " • ■ ' •; . -= " •• ..■..■•, ■ ,.■•■■•:,■..■ ' . ' .r • •••••• ■ • TO TULANE ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A • GREATEST STORE SOUTH u-12 nnuRL uniT Once again Tulane has proven its merit by being selected •JL- along with 150 other colleges throughout the nation as a train- - ing base for a V-12 naval unit. Maison Blanche salutes you! • OUR flRmCD SERUICE UniFORm CERTRE • . . , Everything you need, from head to toe, is conveniently ar- ranged in this department that comprises our entire fifth floor. • • • • WHITNEY NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ORLEANS Established 1883 rii- ' :L ' a 5J -I! 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Jhe J ome oP yQ uaiitu i lotned f L ABICHE ' S 3 I I Baronne Street THE SOUTHERN MARIGOLD 619 Royal Street SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN Our Speciality LAURA H. RESSEL, Prop. THE LOUBAT GLASSWARE CORK CO. Established 1 875 Cooking and Serving Equipment and Supplies for Bars, Hotels, Restaurants, Cafeterias, Clubs, Hospitals and Institutions. 510-516 Bienville Street 233 Decatur Street NEW ORLEANS BUY IV D S BUY ■ mm.mmiu ur .tr SHOP FOR SMART YOUNG WOMEN COLLEGE FROCKS NETTIE S. KING 1020 Lowerline Street Just around the corner from Newcomb WA 6510 COMPLIMENTS TH E CITY OF NEW ORLEANS ROBERT S. MAESTRI MAYOR JESSE S. CAVE JOSEPH P. SKELLY DR. FRANK GOMILA FRED A. EARHART Salute • • • TO TULANE AT WAR You ' re in there pitching now — with new rules and regulations, tailor-trimmed courses of study, dormitories converted into bar- racks, the cafeteria, a mess hall, and over 1,200 boys in uniform — all adding up to Tulane at war. Being in the middle of things you can feel something of the patriotism that spurs on the serious work, the untiring effort. The glamour of a uniform has turned into down-to-earth responsibility. This is your war now — not only your country ' s. Your pay check isn ' t a fortune we know, but it ' s easy to save some in War Bonds or Stamps every month — especially when you know that the Bonds you buy — buy the bombs you ' ll need in battle. And to those of you who don ' t wear Navy blue or Army khaki — War Bonds and Stamps can be your way of contributing to Tulane ' s vital part in our fight for freedom. They ' re for sale on the campus — make it a habit to stop at the booth regularly. Remember — the boys in blue back you. You back them with Bonds. ncui oRLcnns Public Service COMPLIMENTS OF FREEPDRT SULPHUR CD. NEW ORLEANS FREEPORT, TEXAS NEW YORK PORT SULPHUR, LOUISIANA HOUSTON SUBSIDIARIES CUBAN-AMERICAN MANGANESE CORP. CUBAN MINING CO. 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