Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA)

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" d: P S ' i— A piAAWi, r1 i -L-i: i £- andsawne Edifices Reflect a Mighty Gra Tulane Stadium. (2) Charity Hospital and Hutchinson Memorial. (3) Norman Mayer Memorial. (4) McAlister Auditorium. (5) Gibson Hall. (6) Howard-Tilton Library. (7) Student Center. (8) Newcomb Hall — Across The Quadrangle. t t wness€Bge irown The President I his is the fiftieth yearbook of the students of Tulane University. Fifty classes have sought to preserve the memories of un- dergraduate days in the pictures of the JAMBALAYA. In that desire the undergraduate of today does not differ from the undergraduate of 1896. The world each class has faced has changed, but expanding fron- tiers in commerce, industry and science have challenged continuously the energies and brainpower of every class. The responsibility of protecting our social gains together with the opportunity of ad- vancing frontiers in the social sciences as well as the physical sciences belong to the graduate of today. Such a task will challenge the utmost of our intellectual resources. To accom- .j plish it the graduate must continue to be a student, in un- dergraduate days the individual lived in a state approaching the ideal — free of responsibility for his physical existence and finding mental stimulation and social companionship among his fellows and the scholars around him. The pleasures and joys of those days are recalled in this book. I hope that their recollection in the future will bring you to con- tinued union with Tulane University. f . Miufus Carrolltan Harris The m ttuwnni m tssociaiion LILIAN HAMMOND Alumni Day Queen Tulanians on leave spend Alumni Day at Tulane. OFFICERS GEORGE T. WALNE President E. CLASGEH UPTON Vice-President LESTER J. L UTENSCHLAEGER Vice-Prejident BERTHA E. SCHEUERMANN Secretary DR. WALTER O. MOSS Vice-President A, WATSON CHAPMAN Treasurer BEATRICE M. FIELD Director The Tulane Alumni Association is a national organization which has become a salient factor in the progress of one of the South ' s oldest and greatest universities. Through it each 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. At present there are several thousand Tulane alumni in the armed services. Through " The Tulanian " and the " Tulaniappe " , alumni publications, they are informed of university affairs and of the activities of their classmates and friends. The alumni office maintains constant correspondence with Tulanians who write in for news. A memorial plaque has been set up in the Tulane Library in honor of those Tulanians who have made the su- preme sacrifice in this war. The Tulane Alumni Association has been very active in the " Monk " Simons Memorial Swimming Pool Fund Drive. Through the efforts of Its members substantial contributions have been secured toward the realization of a swimming pool at Tulane in memory of " Big Monk. " BEATRICE M. FIELD Director of Alumni Relations GEORGE T. WALNE President Graduates of ' 94 return for fiftieth reunion. lasses Iniroducinff HINDON ADDKISON WALTER ALLAIRE ROBIN AHRENS ELAINE ALLEN AURELIO ALBA WILEY ALLISTON, JR. ROBERT ALEXANDER PHILIP ALSPACH The Senior Ctass 9 HINDON TRUITT ADDKISON. ' IS, Louisville. Mis- sissippi: Engineering; A. S. M, E.; Football • WALTER FREDERICK ALLAIRE, ' 45. Chicago, Illinois; Engin erlng; A. I. of Ch. E. O ROBIN LEAH AHRENS. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisi- ana; Arts and Sciences: Zeta Tau Alpha: Thefa Nu, President; " Hullabaloo, " Editor-in-Chief; Who ' s Who; Honor Council; Spectators; Greenbackers, Secretary; Publications Board; Lagniappes; Theatre. • AURELIO ALFONSO ALBA. ' 44. Ocu. Republic of Panama; Law; Phi Delta Phi. • ROBERT MARTIN ALEXANDER, ' 45, Lynbrook, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medi- cine Society. • ELAINE LOUISE ALLEN. ' 45. Phoenin. Arizona; Medicine: Alpha Epsllon Iota. s WILEY SUnON ALLISTON, JR.. ' 45. Fort Worth, Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society. • PHILIP H. ALSPACH, ' 44. Pascagoula, Mississippi; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A. S. M. E. Dean Leslie J. Buchan, College of Commerce. POLLY AMIS TOMAS ARIAS ROBERT ANDERSON ALANSON ARNOLD ANDREW ANTICICH JUAN AROSEMENA The Senior Class SAMUEL AUSTIN LAMIA AZIZE GILBERT BARKER. JR. JUNE BARKERDING CHARLES BABINSTON FRED BARKSDALE. JR. MARGARET BAKER WALTER BARNA RAYMOND BALL JOHN BARNES WILLIAM BARIA ROBERT BARNES 22 MARY BARRET ARNOLD BAUM ROBERT BARTLEY BERNARD BAU5 RICHARD BARTON ILENE BENNEH ROSS BASS PHILIP BERGMAN JOHN BASSETT JANICE BERNARDI PASCAL BATSON. JR. MARGIE BERRY • POLLY JANE AMIS. ' " iS. New Orleans. Louisi- ana: Newcomb. • ROBERT LAMAR ANDERSON. ' •15, Colfai. Wash- ington; Medicine: Theta Kappa Psi. • ANDREW ROY ANTICICH. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineering: Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Chi Sigma: A. I. of Ch. E. • TOMAS RODRIGO ARIAS, ' 45. David. Repub- lic of Panama: Law: Phi Delta Phi. O ALANSON JAMES ARNOLD, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering: Tau Beta Pi: A. S. M. E,: Math Club: Class Vice-President (3). • RAYMOND EDWARD BALL, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences and Law: Sigma Al- pha Epsilon. • WILLIAM HOMER BARIA. ' 45. Mobile. Ala- bama: M ' edicine: Phi Chi. • GILBERT HAMILTON BARKER, JR.. ' 45. Wash- ington. D. C: Engineering: Sigma Chi: Band: Taf- frail. • JUNE CHARLOTTE BARKERDING. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana: Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma; War Forum: Spanish Club; Newman Club. • ROBERT HOPKINS BARTLEY. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineering; T. S. C. E. • RICHARD ALAN BARTON. ' 45. Columbia. Mis- souri: Engineering: T, S. C. E • ROSS FREDERICK BASS. ' 45. Hattiesburg. Mis- sissippi; Medicine; Phi Chi. • JOHN WASHINGTON BASSETT. ' 45. Pine Bluff, Arkansas; Medicine: Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council; Alpha Omega Alpha. • PASCAL GAYLE BATSON. JR,, ' 45. Indianola, Mississippi; Medicine; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi, O JUAN AROSEMENA. ' 45. Panama City. Pana- ma: Medicine. • SAMUEL DUFF AUSTIN. ' 45. Harperville. Mis- sissippi; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi; Owl Club. • LAMIA AZIZE. ' 44. Rio Piedras. Puerto Rico; Social Work; War Forum; American Association of Social Workers; College of Social Workers of Puerto Rico. • CHARLES JOSEPH BABINGTON. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Engi- neers ' Technological Atelier; Taffrail. • MARGARET ELIZABETH BAKER, ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Newcomb Student Government Association; Honor Board; Pan- Hellenic Council; Newcomb School of Music, Presi- dent. • FRED COPELAND BARKSDALE. JR.. ' 45. Alex- andria, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsi- lon; Architectural Society. • WALTER WILLIAM BARNA. ' 44. Clifton, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences; Student Council: Student Body President: Honor Council, President. • JOHN JAHU BARNES, ' 45, Winfield. Alabama; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • ROBERT VINSON BARNES. ' 45. Atlanta, Geor- gia; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Intramural Softball, Football. • MARY RUSSELL BARRET. ' 45. Charlotte, North Carolina; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Greenbackers. • ARNOLD HARVEY BAUM, ' 45. Lansing, Kansas; Medicine: Phi Chi; Owl Club; Class President (4). • BERNARD VILLARS BAUS. ' 45. Gramercy. Lou- isiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; Alpha Chi Sig- ma; A. 1. of Ch. E. • ILENE FRAY BENNEH, ' 45, Pittsburg. Kansas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Theatre. • PHILIP SANDLER BERGMAN. ' 45. New Ro- chelle. New York; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine; Medical Pan- Hellenic Council; Alpha Omega Alpha. • JANICE CLAIRE BERNARDI. ' 45, Gretna. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Newman Club. • MARGIE RUTH BERRY, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron, 23 Dean Robert J. Farley, College of Law. EMILE BERTUCCI. JR. BERNARD BLUTSTEIN HAROLD BEVIL NINO BOLOGNA JACK BEVIL DONALD BONE The S e n i a r Class MURIEL BONIE RALPH BOWMAN DOROTHY BONNETT DONALD BRADBURN HOWARD BORDELON CECIL BRANSON CONRAD BOSTROM KATHERINE BRASH BROWN BOSWELL STANLEY BRESSLER CONRAD BOURGEOIS EUGENE BROWN 24 CONSTANCE BRUNER ROBERT BUCK DOROTHY BRUNEI EDWARD BUCKNER, JR. MALCOLM BRUNEI CLAUDE BUERGER, JR. BENJAMIN BRUPBACHER BETTY BUERKLE JOHN BRYANT REX BUNKER MIKE BUCHAh;AN ARTHUR BURDON a EMILE AUGUSTUS BERTUCCI, JR.. ' 44, Now Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Chi Sigma; Beta Mu; Alpha Omega Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa; History of Medicine Socletv; Glendy Burke; Newman Club; Medical Student Body, Vice- President; Medical Pan-Hellenic; I. I. Lemann Award; Walter Reed Memorial Gold Medal. • BROWN HILL BOSWELL, ' 45, Montgomery, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Delta Theta: Nu Sigma Nu. • CONRAD ANTHONY BOURGEOIS, ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma PI. • MALCOIM JAMES BRUNEI, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Engineers ' Technological Atelier. e BENJAMIN SIMON BRUPBACHER. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi. e HAROLD HESTER BEVIL. ' 44, Beaumont, Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa PsI. e RALPH HOBSON BOWMAN. ' 45, Corte Madera, California; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi; History of Medicine Society; Owl Club. o JOHN HAYWOOD BRYANT, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; Gamma Delta; Glee Club; Taffrail. e JACK NUGENT BEVIL, ' 45, Hull, Texas; Medi- cine; Phi Chi. e BERNARD BLUTSTEIN, ' 45, New York City, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • NINO A. BOLOGNA. ' 45 Shaw. Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Blue Key; Owl Club. • DONALD EDWIN BONE. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi. » MURIEL EVELYN BONIE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Hullabaloo; Math Club; Spec- tators; Newman Club. « DOROTHY LUCILE BONNETT, ' 45, New Or. leans, Louisiana; Law; Moot Court, » HOWARD MOORE BORDELON, ' 45, Lake Char- les, Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Owl Club. • DONALD MUIR BRADBURN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Beta Mu. a CECIL ROBERT BRANSON. ' 45, BIythevIlle, Arkansas; Medicine. a KATHERINE LESLIE BRASH, ' 45, Gulfport, Mis- sissippi; Law; Phi Beta Kappa; Class Vice-President (I). (3). e STANLEY MARION BRESSLER, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Nu; Glendy Burke; Greenbackers; I. R. C; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil. e EUGENE LACROIX BROWN, ' 45. Wheatley, Arkansas; Engineering; Taffrail. e CONSTANCE BRUNER, ' 45, Rayne, Louisiana; Medicine. o MIKE EDWARD BUCHANAN, ' 44, Memphis, Tennessee; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E. s ROBERT H. BUCK. ' 44, Eugene, Oregon; Arts and Sciences and Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • EDWARD AYLETTE BUCKNER, JR., ' 45. Tallu- lah, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Sigma, a CLAUDE LEON BUERGER, JR., ' 45, Mobile, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Kappa Sigma: Theta Kap- pa Psi, s BETTY BUERKLE, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. a REX JAMES BUNKER, ' 45, Caguas. Puerto Rico; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma. a CONRAD OSCAR BOSTROM, ' 45, Harahan, Lou- isiana; Engineering; T. S. C, E. a DOROTHY MARGUERITE BRUNEI, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Delta PI; " Jambalaya " ; Greenbackers; Lagniappes. a ARTHUR PEMBERTON BURDON, ' 44. Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences and Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; Beta Mu. 25 Dean Hiram W. Kostmayer, School of Medicine. HARRY 8URNS. JR. CURTIS CAINE HOWARD BUSBY LENORE CALDWELL NANINE BYRNE ROBERT GALES The Senior C i a s s ARTHUR CALIX DEI CHANG JERRY CAMBIAS FRED CHATRY SEYMOUR CAMBIAS. JR. CLEVELAND CHIN MARY VIRGINIA CAMPBELL GENE CARP JACK CHIN PHILIP CLOSMANN JERROLD CARPENTER VIRGINIA CLOWER 26 JOHN COCHRANE ROBERT COLEMAN. JR. WILLIAM COOKSTON. JR. WALTER CORCORAN GLORIA COLLE JOSEPH CORRY THOMAS COLLENS DOROTHY COYLE RALPH COMPAGNO CHARLES CRADY. Ill JUNE CONRAVEY MILLER CRAGON. JR. • HARRY EDWARD BURNS. JR.. ' 45. Neptune Beach. Florida; Arts and Sciences; Taffrail Log; Y, M. C. A.; TaHrail. O HOWARD LESTER BUSBY. ' 45, Dallas. Texas; Commerce: Glee Club. • NANINE BRENT BYRNE. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • CURTIS WEBB CAINE. ' 45. New Orleans. Lo isiana: Medicine; Kappa Sigma. • JERROLD LANIER CARPENTER. ' 45. Denham Springs. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences; Taffrail Log; Taffrail: War Forum. • DEI JINS CHANG. ' 45, Honolulu. The Hawai- ians; Medicine. • FRED M. CHATRY, ' 45. New Orleans. Louisi- ana; Engineering; A. I. E. E.; Y. M. C. A,; Techni- Torque. • CLEVELAND CHIN. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisi- ana; Commerce. • THOMAS WHARTON COLLENS. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Law; Delta Kappa Epsiion; Phi Delta Phi; National Collegiate Players; Moot Court. Chairman (3); Theatre; Class Vice-President (2), (3); Kappa Delta Phi. • RALPH EDWARD COMPAGNO. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana: Engineering: Delta Sigma Phi; T. S. C E. • JUNE ROSE CONRAVEY. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Beta Beta; Newcomb Athletic Council; Y. W. C. A.; Newman Club. e LENORE LYON CALDWELL, ' 45. Birmingham, Alabama: Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. e ROBERT J. CALES. ' 45. Ralston. Oklahoma: Arts and Sciences. • ARTHUR ADOLPH CALIX. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine: Sigma Pi; Phi Rho Sigma. • JERRY CALDWELL CAMBIAS. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce. a SEYMOUR CAMBIAS. JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A, I. E. E.; Glee Club; Math Club; Y. M. C. A.; Techni-Torquc, Editor. a MARY VIRGINIA CAMPBELL. ' 45. Chattanooga. Tennessee: Newcomb; Chi Omega. e JACK WARREN CHIN. ' 45. Mobile. Alabama: Engineering: A. S. M. E.; Engineers ' Technological Atelier; Taffrail. • PHILIP JOSEPH CLOSMANN. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Alpha Epsiion; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E. e VIRGINIA LAWSON CLOWER, ' 45. Atlanta, Georgia; Medicine: Alpha Epsiion lota. • JOHN ANTHONY COCHRANE. ' 44. New Or- leans. Louisiana: Engineering: Kappa Sigma; A. S. M. E. • ROBERT MICHEAUX COLEMAN. JR.. ' 45, Clarksdale, Mississippi; Engineering: Beta Theta Pi; Gargoyle; Architectural Society; Lagniappes; Stu- dent Center Council. • WILLIAM CAVITT COOKSTON. JR., ' 45. Winn- field. Louisiana; Medicine: Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi. • WALTER GEORGE CORCORAN. ' 45. Nauga- tuck, Connecticut; Commerce; Student Body Presi- dent. • JOSEPH BRIAN CORRY, ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Architectural Society. • DOROTHY CECELIA COYLE, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana: Social Work; Student Body President. • CHARLES C, CRADY. Ill, ' 44, Fort Worth, Texas: Law; Phi Delta Phi; " Law Review " ; Publica- tions Board; Glendy Burke; Student Body President; Student Council, Vice-President; War Forum; Kappa Delta Phi. • GENE GEORGE CARP. ' 45. Elizabeth. New Jersey; Medicine; Kappa Nu; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • GLORIA FANNY COLLE, ' 45. Pascagoula, Mis- sissippi; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Gamma Delta; Glee Club; Operetta. • MILLER MURRAY CRAGON, JR., ' 44. Alexan- dria. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sigma; War Forum, President: Vice-President of Student Body. 27 Dean Roger P. McCutcheon, Graduate School. EDWARD CRAWFORD, JR. MARION CRAWFORD GEORGE CUELLAR HAROLD CUMMINS. JR. ANITA CROZAT CLYDE CURTIS The Senior Class LOWELL DABBS CHARLES DAY JOHN DABDOUB. JR. MARION DEAR RUSSELL DAHLSTROM KENNETH DECOSSAS SAYLE DAHMER FRANK de SRAAUW RENO DARET, JR. MIGUEL DEJUK FERNAND DASTUGUE. JR. JOHN DEMING 28 NADENE DENISON EDWIN DOERRIES FRANK DENMAN ELMER DOERRIES WARREN DESHOTELS DOROTHY DOWLINS ALVIN DEWS HELEN DOWLINS THOMPSON DIETZ ISADORE DRAVIN EVALYN DOOLEY RAYMOND DROSS • EDWARD JACOBS CRAWFORD. JR.. ' 45. Shreve- port. Louisiana: Medicine; Phi Chi; Phi Delta Theta; Owl Club. • MARION CRAWFORD. ' 45, Shrcveport. Louisi- ana; Netvcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • ANITA LOUISE CROZAT. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; " Jambalaya. " • GEORGE CUELLAR, ' 45, Havana. Cuba; Medi- cine; Phi Rho Sigma. • HAROLD CUMMINS. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Beta Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society: Owl Club. e CLYDE ALLEN CURTIS, ' 45, Seattle. Washing- ton; Medicine: Theta Kappa Psi; Pi Mu Chi: History of Medicine Society. • LOWELL PARKER DABBS, ' 45, Little Rock, Ar- ttansas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Tau Gamma; N. R. O, T. C. Pistol Team; Taffrail. • JOHN SAINT DABDOUB. JR.. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; A. S, M. E.; Engineers ' Technological Atelier; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club. • RUSSELL ARNOLD DAHLSTROM, ' 45. Mt. Pros- pect. Illinois; Engineering: T. S. C. E.; Band; Infra- murals. • GAYLE PAULA DAHMER. ' 45, New Orlean Louisiana; Newcomb. • RENO JEAN DARET. JR.. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineering. s FERNAND JOSEPH DASTUGUE, JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana: Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa; Owl Club. Secretary. • CHARLES HENRY DAY. ' 44. Decatur. Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi. e MARION SUZANNE DEAR. ' 45. Alexandria. Louisiana: Newcomb; Chi Omega. o KENNETH MILES DECOSSAS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering: Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Chi Sig- ma; Gamma Delta; A. I. of Ch. E. e FRANK ROBERT de GRAAUW. ' 44. Abbeville, Louisiana: Engineering: Theta Kappa Phi; Alpha Phi Omega; T. S. C. E. e MIGUEL S. DEJUK. ' 45. Puerto Limon. Costa Rica. Central America; Medicine: Phi lofa Alpha. • JOHN WINTON DEMING. ' 45. Evergreen. Ala- bama; Medicine: Phi Chi; Alpha Omega Alpha; Owl Club. O NADENE DENISON. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine: Alpha Epsilon Iota; Alpha Omega Alpha. • FRANK ROLAND DENMAN. ' 45. Houston. Tex- as; Medicine; Sigma Chi; Theta Kappa Psi; His- tory of Medicine Society. • WARREN JULES DESHOTELS. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences: Math Club. • ALVIN BURNS DEWS. ' 45, Hatfiesburg. Mis- sissippi; Engineering: Sigma Chi; A. S, M. E. • THOMPSON MACK DIETZ. ' 45. Liftle Rock, Arkansas; Arts and Sciences: Taffrail. e EVALYN HEARD DOOLEY. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Chi Omega. • EDWIN WILLIAM DOERRIES. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana: Commerce: Delta Sigma Phi; Gam- ma Delta; Greenbackers; Class President (3). • ELMER CLEMENT DOERRIES. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Taffrail. e DOROTHY DOWLINS. ' 44. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Law; Phi Beta Kappa; Law Review. Edifor- in-Chief; Class President (3). • HELEN DOWLING. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisi- ana: Engineering: Alpha Delta Pi; A. I. E. E.; Math • ISADORE DRAVIN. ' 45. Meridian. Mississippi; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Delta Epsilon; Beta Mu; History of Medicine Society; Band; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council. • RAYMOND LEON DROSS. ' 45. Houston. Texas; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. 29 Dean James M. Robert, College of Engineering. EVELYN DUCKWORTH SHIRLEY DUNLAP YVONNE DUCKWORTH HANSON DUPONT OLIVER DUFF CHARLOTTE DUPUY The Senior C i a s s 2k DOROTHY EAVES JANET ESTOPINAL SHIRLEY EBERLE ANTONIO FACIO MILES EDDARDS. JR. ADRIENNE FARRELL ALLEN ELLENDER, JR. BARBARA FAULK CHARLES ESHLEMAN JOHN FAULK, JR. EDWARD ESTES. JR. FRANCIS FAVALORO 30 ELLIOTT FEIGENBAUM JOHN FITZGERALD GENEROSA FERNANDEZ MICHAEL FLEMING BEnY FIEDLER MARY JANE FLY ESTHER FINEGOLD PRESCOTT FOLLEn LEONARD FINLEY MURIEL FOURNET JOHN FISCHER PHILIP FRANK • EVELYN RUTH DUCKWORTH, ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana: Commerce; Hullabaloo; Student Body Secretary, • EDWARD RICHARD ESTES, JR., ' IB, Richmond. Virginia: Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; T S. C. E. • ESTHER FINESOLD, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisi- ana; Newcomb; Theatre; War Forum. • YVONNE MARY DUCKWORT H, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Commerce; " Hullabaloo " ; Student Body Secretary, • OLIVER ADKINS DUFF, ' 45, Birmingham, Ala- bama; Medicine. • JANET MARIE ESTOPINAL, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Spectators: Newman Club. • ANTONIO MAXIMILIANO FACIO, ' 45, San Jose, Costa Rica, Central America; Medicine. • LEONARD MATTHEWS FINLEY, ' 44, New Oi leans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; Om cron Delta Kappa; Tau Beta Pi; Kappa Delta Ph A. I. of Ch. E.; Engineers ' Technological Atelier; Student Council. President; Student Body President Class President (I), (2); Football (2), (3), (4) Basketball (2). (3), (4). • SHIRLEY RANDOLPH DUNLAP. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • HANSON LOUIS DUPONT, ' 45, Houma. Louisi- ana: Medicine; Phi Chi. • CHARLOTTE HILLYER DUPUY, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gam- ma; Art Club; Newcomb Student Government As- sociation; Honor Board; Pan-Hellenic Council, • DOROTHY ELIZABETH EAVES, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; New- comb Honor Board; Greenbackers. • SHIRLEY ROSEMARY EBERLE, ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • MILES LEROY EDDARDS. JR.. ' 44. Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Engineering; A, I. E. E. • ALLEN JOSEPH ELLENDER, JR., ' 45. Houma. Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi. • CHARLES LEVERICH ESHELMAN. ' 45, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Alpha; Pan- Hellenic Council; Taffrail; Intramural Football, Soft- ball. e ADRIENNE JANE FARRELL. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • BARBARA FAULK. ' 45. Monroe. Louisiana; New- comb; Chi Omega; Newcomb Student Government Association; Pan-Hellenic Council; Student Body Vice-President. • JOHN WILLIAM FAULK. JR., ' 45, Crowley, Lou- isiana; Medicine: Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi. • FRANCIS JOSEPH FAVALORO. ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana: Engineering; A 1, E, E.; Y. M. C. A. • ELLIOn MICHAEL FEIGE NBAUM, ' 45. San Francisco, California; Arts and Sciences; Intramural Football, Softball. • GENEROSA FERNANDEZ, ' 44, Santurce, Puerto Rico; Social Work; War Forum; American Asso- ciation of Social Workers: College of Social Work- ers of Puerto Rico, • BETTY JANE FIEDLER. ' 45, Memphis, Tennessee; Newcomb: Alpha Omlcron PI. • JOHN PHILIP FISCHER, ' 45, Tyler, Texas; Medi- cine; Delta Upsilon; Alpha Omega Alpha; A Cap- pella Choir, • JOHN ALLOY FITZGERALD, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; A. I. E, E. • MICHAEL JOHN FLEMING, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Taffrail Log; Taffrail. • MARY JANE FLY, ' 45, Summit. Mississippi; New- comb; PI Beta Phi; A Cappclla Choir; Glee Club; Operetta: Old Maids Klub. • PRESCOTT HERRICK S. FOLLETT, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana: Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • MURIEL MARCIA FOURNET, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omlcron; New- man Club. • PHILIP LEON FRANK. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Taffrail. 31 H -% J B H ™ B ' i H 1 1 1 ;-% 1 ' .. " ' " " ' wrs. - R Dean George E. Simmons, College of Arts and Sciences. FRANK FRECKLETON RUTH FREIBAUM LAWRENCE FRENCH MARJORIE FRIEDMANN THOMAS FROMHERZ MARIA FULHAM The Senior C i a s s BARBARA FULTON FRANCIS FURR BARBARA GARDNER JENNIE SERMANN JAMES GIBERT FRANCES GILES ALEX GILLESPIE JAMES GILLY, III ALBERT GOGGANS MYRON GOLDSWORTHY MARION GOODWILL DOROTHY SOTCH 32 MARY GRAHAM WILLIAM GREIG BEnY GRANBERRY FORREST GROGAN ROBERT GRAVES MARGARET GRUNDMANN PAULINE GREENSPAN ROSEMARY HAAS JOSEPH GREGORATTI EDWIN HACKER PATRICIA GREHAN LILIAN HAMMOND « FRANK ROBERT FRECKLETON. ' 45. New York. New York; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa: Medical Pan-Hellenic. • FRANCES M. GILES. ' 45. Salt Lake City. Ulah; Social Work. • ROBERT SCHUESSLER GRAVES. ' 45. Gadsden, Alabanna; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Phi Chi; Owl Club. • RUTH JOAN FRIEBAUM. ' 45. Anniston. Ala- oama; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Jennie Nixon; I. R. C. s ALEX THARP GILLESPIE. ' 45. Avoca. Texas; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Delta. • PAULINE GREENSPAN. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb, • LAWRENCE CORNWALL FRENCH. ' 45. Bing- hamton. New York; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi; Art Club; Taffrail. • JAMES JOSEPH GILLY. 111. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisian a: Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Beta Mu, • JOSEPH VINCENT GREGORAHI. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Medicine. e MARJORIE CAHN FRIEDMANN. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; War Forum. • THOMAS ALVIN FROMHERZ, ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi; T, S. C. E. • MARIA LOUISE FULHAM, ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Eta Sigma Phi; Oreades; Spec- tators; Y. W, C. A. • BARBARA FULTON. ' 45. Des Moines. Iowa; Newcomb. • FRANCIS KNOX FURR. ' 45. Pontotoc. Missis- sippi; Engineering; Taffrail. • ALBERT MILTON GOGGANS. ' 44. Hissop. Ala- bama; Medicine: Phi Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. • MYRON JAMES GOLDSWORTHY. ' 45. Reno. Nevada; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. e MARION JASPER GOODWILL. ' 45. MInden. Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Nu; Alpha Chi Sig- ma. • DOROTHY ELIZABETH GOTCH. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana: Engineering; Phi Mu; Architectu- ral Society; Lagniappes. • PATRICIA ANN GREHAN. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • WILLIAM SMITH GREIG. ' 45. Van Buren. Ark- ansas; Arts and Sciences; Taffrail. e FORREST DAVID GROGAN. ' 45. Deport. Tex- as; Engineering. e MARGARET ELAINE GRUNDMANN. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce. • ROSEMARY ELIZABETH HAAS. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Math Club. • BARBARA JEANETTE GARDNER. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Beta Beta; Tennis Club; Spanish Club. e JENNIE BELL GERMANN. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Math Club. • JAMES HOWARD GIBERT. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; Architectural Society; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail. • MARY VIRGINIA GRAHAM. ' 45. Tulsa. Okla- homa: Medicine; Alpha Chi Omega; Alpha Epsilon lota. e BETTY GRANBERRY, ' 45. New Orleans. Louisi- ana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI; " Jamba laya, " Newcomb Associate Editor; Newcomb Student Gov- ernment Association: Pan-Hellenic Council; Who ' s Who; Publications Board. • EDWIN KEARNY HACKER. ' 45. Pensacola. Hor- ida; Engineering; Beta Theta PI. • LILIAN HAMMOND. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisi- ana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Beta Beta Beta; Alpha Sigma Sigma; Art Club; Newcomb Student Government Association. President; Honor Board; Lagniappes; Student Center Council; Student Council. Vice-President; Theatre. 33 Dean Logan Wilson, Newcomb College. JAMES HA5SINGER. JR. AYNAUD HEBERT ROBERT HAYS ERWIN HECKER JEROME HEARD SORDON HEFFRON, JR. The Senior Class SHIRLEY HEIMAN DOROTHY HENDERSON CHARLOTTE HERMAN BETTY HILL MARGARET HENLEY DURELL HILLER. JR. WALTER HENNIGAN. JR. ROBERT HINSON 34 FRANCES HENSON JOHN HODGES HENRY HERBST EDWIN HOFMAN MARY HOSS JAMES HUDGENS ZENO HOLT AILEEN HUMMEL JONNIE HORN H. WALLACE HUNTER LOUISE HORN JULIAN HUNTER ALBERT HOTARD CHARLEEN HUTSON NORMAN HOWELLS GLORIA HUTTNER • JAMES EDGAR HASSINGER. JR . ' «. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Engineering: Tau Beta PI: T. S. C. E. • ROBERT DELL HAYS, ' 45. Brady. Texas: Medi- cine; Theta Kappa PsI. • JEROME LESTER HEARD. ' 45. Shreveport. Lou- isiana: Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Beta Mu; Kappa Delta Phi; Greenbackers: Pan-Hel- lenic Council; Class President (3). • FRANCES EUGENIA HENSON. ' 45. Corinth. Mis- sissippi; Newcomb. • HENRY WILLIAM HERBST. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering; Tatfrail; T. S. C. E. • CHARLOTTE ASHLEY HERMAN. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Law; Kappa Alpha Theta: Oreades; Laqnlappes; Moot Court. Chairman (3): Law Re- view. • JONNIE MARIE HORN. ' 45. Lucedale. Missis- sippi; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Beta Beta Beta; Alpha Sigma Sigma. President; Assets: Newcomb Athletic Council; Newcomb Dormitory Council. President; Honor Board. • LOUISE RYDER HORN, ' 45. Monroe. Georgia; Newcomb; Glee Club; Theatre; Y. W. C. A. » ALBERT E. HOTARD. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisi- ana; Engineering: T. S. C. E. • AYNAUD MAURICE HEBERT, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences and Medicine; Kappa Sigma; Beta Mu. • ERWIN HECKER. ' 44. Washington. D. C; Arts and Sciences and Medicine; Sigma Alpha Mu; Beta Mu. s WALTER GORDON HEFFRON. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsi- lon; A. I. E. E.; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club; Campus Night; Y. M. C. A. • SHIRLEY HEIMAN. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta. • DOROTHY ROBERTA HENDERSON. ' 45. Birm- ingham. Alabama; Commerce. • MARGARET ROSALIE HENLEY. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • H. WALTER HENNIGAN. JR.. ' 45. Baton Rouge. Louisiana; Medicine. • BEnY ANN HILL. ' 45, Alexandria, Louisiana Newcomb: Alpha Delta Pi. • DURELL ALPHEUS HILLER. JR.. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sig- ma. • ROBERT DOWLING HINSON. ' 45. Montgomery. Alabama: Engineering: T. S. C. E. • JOHN RAYMOND HODGES. ' 45. Little Rock, Arkansas: Arts and Sciences; Tatfrail; Newman Club. • EDWIN STEWART HOFMAN, ' 45, Memphis, Tennessee; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Tatfrail; Foot- ball; Intramural Baseball. • MARY EOLA HOGG. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisi- ana; Commerce; Class Vice-President (4). • CECIL ZENO HOLT. ' 45. Gruver, Texas; Medi- cine; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society; Owl Club; Student Council; Student Body President. • NORMAN BRUCE HOWELLS. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering; Kappa Sigma: A. S. M. E.; Tatfrail; Y. M. C. A. • JAMES J. HUDGENS. ' 44. Theadore. Alabama; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E. • AILEEN MARIE HUMMEL. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; " Jamba- laya " : Art Club; Greenbackers; Lagniappes. e H. WALLACE HUNTER, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; History of Medicine Society. a JULIAN CUNNINGHAM HUNTER. ' 45. Lake Charles. Louisiana; Law; Phi Delta Phi. • CHARLEEN ETHEL HUTSON, ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Sigma Omicron. • GLORIA MARY HUTTNER. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Lag- niappes; Theatre; Y. W. C. A.; Archery Club; New- man Club. 35 Dean Elizabeth Wisner, School of Social Work. HENRY HYSLOP ALICE JACKSON SIDNEY ITZKOFF AVROHM JACOBSON ROBERT JACKS WARREN JAHNCKE The Senior Class BETTY JAMES WILLIAM JOHNSON ROSEMARY JANSSEN EUGENE JONES FRANCIS JAUBERT, JR. JACK JONES PAUL JENSEN JO MARIE JONES IRWIN JOFEE ROBERT JONES RICHARD JOHNSON ERNEST JOUBERT. Ill 36 PEGGY JOYNER HUGH KIEFER MOREAU JUMONVILLE WILLIAM KIMBLE JANE KAHN JOHN KING SHIRLEY KARTUS SEME KLEGAR MARY STUART KELLOGG GLORIA KLEKMAN ELEANOR KIDD ELIZABETH KLIPSTEIN • HENRY RALPH HYSLOP, ' 45. Parrol Chih lahua, Mexico; Medicine; Alpha Omega Alpha. • SIDNEY ITZKOFF. ' 45. New York. New York; Medicine. • ROBERT LEROY JACKS. ' 44. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Engineerinq; Sigma Alpha Epsllon; A, I . of Ch. E.; I. R. C: Math Club, President (3) . (4); War Forum; Y. M. C, A,: Newman Club. • PAUL EDWARD JENSEN. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; A. I. of Ch. E.; Engineers ' Technological Atelier; Pan- Hellenic Council; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • IRWIN JOFFE. ' 45. Springfield. Massachusetts; Medicine. • RICHARD McELHINEY JOHNSON. ' 45. New Orleans, Lo ' jisiana; Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E.; Y. M. C, A. • JANE SHERMAN KAHN, ' 45, New Orleans. Lou islana; Social Work. « SHIRLEY LENA KARTUS. ' 45. Montgomery. Ala- bama; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. 9 MARY STUART KELLOGG. ' 45. Fort Washington. Pennsylvania; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Alpha Sigma Sigma; Newcomb Dormitory Council; Newcomb Stu- dent Government Association; Honor Board. Presi- dent, • ALICE JANE JACKSON. ' 45, Kansas City. Mis- souri; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Newcomb Dormi- tory Council; Spectators. • WILLIAM COOPER JOHNSON. ' 45. Roxie. Mis- sissippi; Engineering; Tau Beta PI; A. S. M. E. • EUGENE WESLEY JONES. ' 45. Marshall, Texas; Engineering; A. S. M. E. • MILDRED ELEANOR KIDD. ' 45. Mansfield. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Glee Club; Hul- labaloo; A CappeNa Choir; Operetta; Newcomb Dormitory Council; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council. • AVROHM JACOBSON, ' 45. Lakewood. New Jer- sey; Medicine; Phi Delta Epsllon; History of Medi- cine Society. • WARREN ERNEST JAHNCKE. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma PI; Alpha Phi Omega; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council; Student Coun- cil ; Y. M. C. A.; Student Body President; Honor Board; Football. • BETTY JAMES. ' 45. Gulfport. Mississippi; New- comb. • JACK RICE JONES. " 45. Trezevant. Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Glee Club. • JO MARIE JONES. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Mu; Baptist Student Union; Class Secretary (2) . • ROBERT ELIJAH JONES, ' 45, Phoenix. Arizona; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Epsllon; Nu Sigma Nu. • ERNEST LOUIS JOUBERT, III, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. e HUGH MARTIN KIEFER, ' 45. Bay St. Louis. Mis- sissippi; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsllon; A. S. M. E.; Taffrail. • WILLIAM AITKEN KIMBLE. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsllon; A, S. M. E.; Engineers ' Technological Atelier; Green- backers; Taffrail; Track. • JOHN ALFRED KING. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisi- ana; Medicine. • ROSEMARY CLAIRE JANSSEN, ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; " Hulla- baloo " ; Theatre. • FRANCIS LEON JAUBERT. JR.. ' 44. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences and Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; eta Mu; Newman Club; Honor Council (I). • PEGGY ELIZABETH JOYNER. ' 45, New Orleans; Louisiana; Newcomb; Newcomb Athletic Council; Newcomb Dance Club. President; Newman Club. • MOREAU JAMES JUMONVILLE. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Law; Delta Kappa Epsllon; Phi Del- ta Phi; Phi Phi; Kappa Delta Phi; Publications Board; Honor Board; Pan- Hellenic Council; Green- backers; Class President (I). (3) (4); Basketball. • SEME SHIRLEY KLEGAR. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Commerce. • GLORIA M. KLEKMAN, ' 45. Forest Hills, New York; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; I ' . R. C; Ten- nis; Spanish Club. • ELIZABETH KLIPSTEIN. ' 45. New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Commerce; Zeta Tau Alpha; Lagniappes. 37 Say when. CHARLES KNIGHT ETHELYN KOCH NATHANIEL KNIGHT. JR. STANLEY KOLTUN ELAINE KNOWLES GORDON KOON The Senior Class mmtZA GEORGE KOURY JAMES LARKIN ROBERT KREUTZER MARION LEBLANC. JR. PHILIP KRUPP. JR. JACK LEHMANN ELSIE LANDRY RENE LEHMANN 38 MINNA LANE ALAN LEONARD WILLIAM LANGLOIS. JR. EDITH LEVY JO-ELLYN LEVY DAVID LIGHT NORMAN LEVY WILLIAM LINS5 SOLINE LEVY MARCEL LIVAUDAIS. JR. FLOYD LEWIS VIRGINIA LOEBLICH JAMES LEWIS CAMPBELL LOGAN. JR. MILES LEWIS, JR. RANDOLPH LONDON • CHARLES DANIEL KNIGHT, ' 45, Shrcveport, Louisiana; Medicine; Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi; Omi- cron Delta Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha; Kappa Delta Phi; History of Medicine Society; Owl Club, President; Class President (4). • NATHANIEL BUTLER KNIGHT. JR.. ' 44. Gretna. Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi; Order of the Coif; A. I. E. E.; Math Club. • ELAINE XAVIER KNOWLES. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Newcomb Dance Club; Math Club; Newman Club. • ETHELYN MARIE KOCH. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Math Club, President. • MINNA WADDELL LANE. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Span- ish Club; Class Secretary (4). • WILLIAM JOSEPH LANGLOIS. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha; Owl Club; Class Vice-President (4). • JAMES RICHARD LARKIN. ' 45. Harwich. Mas- sachusetts; Arts and Sciences; Phi Eta Sigma; New- man Club. • MARION FRANCOIS HOA LEBLANC. JR.. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; Taffrail; Newman Club. • NORMAN JOEL LEVY. ' 45. Highland Park. New Jersey; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa: History of Medicine Society. • SOLINE LEVY. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce. e FLOYD WALLACE LEWIS. ' 45. Kentwood. Lou- isiana; Commerce; Beta Theta PI; Kappa Delta Phi; Taffrail Log; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail: Y. M. C. A.; Baptist Student Union; Class President (4). • JAMES WILLARD LEWIS, ' 44. La Grange. Georgia; Medicine; Phi Chi; Owl Club. • MILES LESLIE LEWIS. JR.. ' 45. Ada. Oklahoma: Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu. • STANLEY PHELPS KOLTUN. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Band. • JACK LEHMAN. ' 45. New York. New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. DAVID SAMUEL LIGHT, ' 45. Brooklyn. New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • GORDON DALE KOON. ' 45. Arvada. Colorado: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Taffrail. • GEORGE ELI KOURY. ' 45, Burlington. North Carolina; Medicine. • ROBERT CHARLES KREUTZER. ' 45, St. Louis, Missouri; Engineering; PI Kappa Alpha. • RENE LEHMANN. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Theta Nu; " Hullabaloo " : Specta- tors: War Forum. Chairman. • ALAN JERRY LEONARD. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa; Kappa Nu; Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Mu; Alpha Omega Al- pha; History of Medicine Society. • WILLIAM L. LINSS. ' 45. Dayton, Kentucky; Medicine; Ph! Chi. • MARCEL LIVAUDAIS. JR.. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. O VIRGINIA MAE LOEBLICH, ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " ; Spectators; The- atre; Y. W. C. A. • PHILIP J. KRUPP. JR.. ' 44, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences and Medicine: Delta Sig- ma Phi; Theta Kappa Psi; Beta Mu. • EDITH LEVY. ' 45, Glcncoe, Illinois; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Art Club; Newcomb Dance Club; War Forum. • GEORGE CAMPBELL LOGAN. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineering: Engineers ' Techno- logical Atelier, o ELSIE KATHERINE LANDRY. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • JO-ELLYN LEVY. ' 45. Shreveporf. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi: Newcomb Dormitory Council; Jennie Nixon; I. R. C, President; Theatre. • RANDOLPH ABRAHAM LONDON, ' 45, West New York. New Jersey; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. Fifteen-minu+e intermission. MERREL LOU8AT LESLIE LUKASH JOHN LOZES. JR. BETTY-BLAIN LYLE DANIEL LUBRANO. JR JAMES MADDOX The Senior C i a s s HENRY MASEE, JR. BATYA MALLET THOMAS MARLOWE MARY MARTIN ALONZO MANN OWEN MARTINEZ BARBARA MANN PHILIP MASQUELETTE ROY MANNING JULIE ANN MAHES WILLIAM MANNING ALEXANDER McBEE 49 TOBY Mccarty JEAN McSIVNEY JAMES McCONNELL. JR IRIS McSLOTHLIN NORBORN McCORVEY SAMUEL McSREW HAROLD McCREA BETTY McLEOD JOHN McCUTCHEN, II CLIFTON MEADOR ELAINE McFAUL ROBERT MEIERS a MERREL MARJORIE LOUBAT, MB, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta. • WILLIAM BARTHOLOMEW MANNING, ' 44, Malvern. Arkansas; Engineerinq; Pi Kappa Alpha; A. I. E E. • HAROLD J. McCREA. ' 44. Everett. Wastiinqton; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Owl Club, e JOHN PAUL LOZES, JR., ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineerinq; A. I E. E.; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club. • DANIEL LUBRANO. JR., ' 45. Tannpa. Florida; Medicine. • LESLIE I. LUKASH. ' 45. New Yorli, New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • BETTY-BLAIN LYLE, " 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Zeta; A Cappella Choir; " Jam- balaya " ; " Hullabaloo " ; Campus Niqht; Cheer- leader; Pan-Hellenic Council; Theatre. • JAMES DAVID MADDOX. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineerinq; Delta Kappa Epsilon; A. S. M. E.; Engineers ' Technoloqical Atelier; Taffrall. e HENRY C. MASEE. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Slqma; Lag- niappes: Y. M. C. A. • BATYA NAOMI MALLET. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. e THOMAS KEMP MARLOWE, ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana: Law; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court. Secre- tt-ry: Student Body Vice-President; Class Secretary (3). • MARY LEE MARTIN. ' 45. Oklahoma City, Okla- homa; Newcomb, c OWEN JOSEPH MARTINEZ. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Taffrall; Y. M. C. A, e PHILIP ABBOTT MASQUELETTE, ' 45. Houston, Texas; Commerce; Slqma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Phi Omega; Kappa Delta Phi; Laqniappes; Student Council; Canterbury Club; Student Body President. • JULIE ANN MATTES. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Commerce. « ALEXANDER V. W. McBEE. ' 45. Hobbs. New Mexico; Medicine; Siqma Nu; Phi Chi; Owl Club; Honor Council. 9 JOHN CHAPMAN McCUTCHEN. II, ' 45. Los Anqeles. California: Law; Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court; Taffrall Log; Taffrall. • ELAINE THELMA McFAUL, ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Newcomb Student Government Council; Pan-Hellenic Council. Secre- tary; Y. W. C. A., President; Spanish Club; Canter- bury Club. a JEAN McGlVNEY. ' 45, New Or leans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; " Jambalaya " ; Jennie Nixon. Vice-President; Newman Club. • IRIS CLAIRE McSLOTHLIN. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo, " Newcomb Edi- tor; Newcomb Student Government Association; Spectators; Theatre; Newman Club. a SAMUEL JASON McGREW. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Glee Club; Taffrall Log; I. R. C; Taffrail Club; Theatre; Y. M. C. A. • ALONZO GREENLAW MANN, ' 45, Marianna. Arkansas: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Taffrall Log; Greenbackers; Taffrall. • TOBY McCARTY. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Newcomb Honor Board; Green- backers; Y. W. C. A. • BETTY PRAH McLEOD. ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma; Green- • BARBARA MANN, ' 45, Fort Sam Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Beta Beta Beta; Newcomb Dormitory Council; Theatre. • JAMES VERNON McCONNELL, JR.. ' 45. Shreve- port. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Tau Delta Tau; " Hullabaloo " ; Spectators; Class President (4). • CLIFTON LEON MEADOR. ' 45. Dumas. Arkansas: Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; Taffrail. a ROY HENRY MANNING. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • NORBORN BUSH McCORVEY. ' 45. Junction City. Arkansas; Medicine. o ROBERT LEE MEIERS. ' 45, Enid. Oklahoma; Arts and Sciences and Medicine: Phi Chi. Ain ' t love grand? JOSEPH MEIMAN JOHN MEYER BUSTER MELTON MAX MICHAEL AURELIO MESSINA WALTER MICHAEL The Senior Class KENNETH MILLER ROBERT MOORE WILLIAM MILLER FRANCIS MORAN. JR. MARTHA MITCHELL MORTON MORGAN CHARLES MOCKBEE ORA MORLIER WILLIAM MOGABSAB VAL MOGENSEN GEORGE MUEHLECK. JR ALEENE MUELLER 42 EBB MUNDEN BARBARA O ' CONNOR JANE MUNSON JAMES OHLSEN, JR. EUGENE MURPHEY MADELEINE OLDENBURG GORDON NICOLL HOWARD OLSON ROBERT NORTON, JR. RALPH OR.PYS LORRAINE NUNGESSER DONALD OSTER C JOSEPH GEORGE MEIMAN. ' 45. Covington, Kentucky: Arts and Sciences. • VAL CHARLES MOGENSEN. ' 44, New Orleans, • JANE HACKEn MUNSON, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana: " Hullabaloo " : Theatre. Louisiana:- Newcomb: Pi Beta Ptii. • BUSTER J. MELTON, ' 45, Tyler. Texas: Engineer- ing: Kappa Sigma, • ROBERT EMMET MOORE. ' 44. De Ridder. Lou- isiana; Medicine: Alpha Kappa Kappa • EUGENE MOREAU MURPHEY. ' 45. Gulfport, Mississippi: Medicine; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Chi. • AURELIO PASCAL MESSINA, ' 45. Vicksburg, Mississippi: Medicine. e JOHN FRANCIS MEYER, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana: Law; Sigma Pi; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court; Y. M. C. A.: Student Body President. e FRANCIS CLARENCE MORAN, JR., ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Taffrail Log; Glendy Burke; Sreenbackers; Taffrail; Football; Intramural Football, Baseball, Track; Newman Club; White Elephants. • GORDON A. NICOLL, ' 45, Bronicville. New York; Medicine; History of Medicine Society. • ROBERT OLON NORTON, JR.. ' 45. Louisville. Alabama; Medicine: Phi Chi; Sigma Chi, • MAX A. MICHAEL, ' 45. Washington, D, C; Commerce; PI Kappa Alpha; Greenbackers; Taffrail. o WALTER JAMES MICHAEL. ' 45. Washington. D. C; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Greenbackers; Taffrail. • KENNETH POCHE MILLER. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha; A. S, M. E.; Engineers ' Technological Atelier. • MORTON B, MORGAN, ' 45. New York. New York; Medicine: Phi Lambda Kappa. • ORA W, MORLIER, ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Math Club; Gamma Delta. • GEORGE ERNEST MUEHLECK. JR., ' 45, New York. New York; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi, e LORRAINE FRANCES NUNGESSER. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Theatre. • BARBARA A. O ' CONNOR. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana: Commerce: Class Secretary (4). e JAMES PHILIP OHLSEN. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering: A, I. E. E. • MADELEINE ADRIENNE OLDENBURG. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb. • WILLIAM JAMES MILLER, ' 45, Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Engineering: Sigma Chi; A. S. M. E. o MARTHA KATHLEEN MITCHELL, ' 45. Nashville, Tennessee: Newcomb; Chi Omega; Assets. • ALEEENE MUELLER, ' 45, Sheffield, Alabama; Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; " Hulla- baloo " ; Newcomb Dance Club; Old Maids Klub; Theatre; Art Club. e HOWARD M. OLSON, ' 45. Sheldon, North Da- kota; Engineering; Taffrail; Gamma Delta; • RALPH EDWARD ORPYS, ' 45. Clifton. New Jersey; Law; Moot Court. • CHARLES WILLIAM MOCKBEE. ' 45. Cincinnati, Ohio; Medicine: Sigma Nu; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • WILLIAM JOSEPH MOGABGAB, ' 45, New Or- leans, Louisiana; Medicine. e CHARLES EBB MUNDEN. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce and Law; Plii Kappa Sigma; Taffrail Log; Glendy Burke; Greenbackers. Presi- dent; Taffrail; Class President (I), (2); Intramural Athletics. a DONALD CLAUDE OSTER, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Sigma Phi; Gamma Delta; Greenbackers: Taffrail; White Elephants: In- tramural Softball, Baseball, Football; Class Secre- tary (3). 43 Thirsty, Corky? OCTAVIUS OTTS. JR. MURRAY PADWA ROBERT OVERSTREET NINA MANY PAGE IRENE OWEN BEULAH PAILET The Senior Class ETTA MAE PALMISANO BLANC PARKER HARRIOTT PHELPS ALAN PINCUS ROBERT PAYNE RICHARD PISKE. JR. JAMES PENDERGRASS LOUIS POLIZZI JOSEPH PERLOFF HOWARD POPKIN HERBERT PERR RUTH POWER JOHN PRENDERGAST WALTER PRESLEY FRANCISCO RAMOS-ISERN FAY RANDALL LUIS PRIETO, JR. EDWARD RANDOLPH. Ill COURTNEY PROFFITT WILLIAM RANDOLPH JAMES PROSE WESLEY RANSON HOWARD OUITTNER ADELE REDDITT • OCTAVIUS McCRARY OTTS. JR., ' 45. Mobile. Alabama: Medicine: Phi Gamma Delta: Nu Sigma Nu: Owl Club. • HERBERT MILTON PERR. ' 45, Newark. New Jer- sey: Medicine: Phi Lambda Kappa: History of Medicine Society. • COURTNEY PROFFITT, ' 45 Casper. Wyoming: Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi: Art Club; Campus Night. • ROBERT KINNEAR OVERSTREET, ' 45. Jackson. Mississippi: Engineering: Kappa Alpha: Architectural Society: Taffrail. • HARRIOTT KINLOCH PHELPS. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi: " Jambalaya " : " Hullabaloo " : Spectators. • JAMES C. PROSE, ' 45, Grenada. Mississippi; Medicine: Thcta Xi: Phi Chi: Owl Club; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council. • IRENE ALEXANDER OWEN, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb • ALAN SIDNEY PINCUS, ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Engineering: A. I. E. E. • HOWARD QUITTNER. ' 45, Budd Lake. New Jersey; Medicine; A Cappslla Choir; Glee Club. • MURRAY NED PADWA. ' 45. New Orleans, Lou isiana; Engineering; Kappa Nu; A, I. E, E. • NINA MANY PAGE, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou- isiana: Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma • BEULAH PAILET. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb. O ETTA MAE PALMISANO. ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana: Newcomb; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; " Hullabaloo " ; Spectators, Provost; The- atre; Y. W. C. A.; Newman Club. • BLANC AIREY PARKER. ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Commerce: Kappa Alpha; Greenbackers; Taffrail: Class Vice-President (3). • ROBERT DEXTER PAYNE, ' 45. Memphis. Missouri Engineering; A. I. of Ch. E. • RICHARD A. PISKE. JR.. ' 44, New Orleans, Lou- isiana; Engineering; Sigma Pi; Gamma Delta; A. S. M. E.; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. M. C. A. • LOUIS A. POLIZZI, ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences and M.edicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Beta Mu. s HOWARD MILTON POPKIN. ' 45, New York, New York; Medicine. • RUTH DRUHAN POWER. ' 45 New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb: Glee Club; Operetta; A Cappella Choir; Newman Club. e JOHN LUKE PRENDERGAST, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; A. S. M. E.; Class President (4). • FRANCISCO RAMOS-ISERN, ' 45, Caguas, Puerto Rico; Arts and Sciences. • FAY MARTIN RANDALL. ' 45. Bessemer. Ala- bama; Medicine: Pi Kappa Alpha; Owl Club. • EDWARD PHILIP RANDOLPH. Ill, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Eta Sigma Phi; Spectators; War Forum; Y M. C. A. e WILLIAM 9UENTIN RANDOLPH. ' 44. Winder, Georgia; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Owl Club. • WESLEY JOSEPH RANSON. ' 44. Bay St. Louis, Mississippi: Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E. • JAMES LEONARD PENDERSRASS, ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M, E. • JOSEPH KAYLE PERLOFF. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences: Taffrail Log; I. R. C; Taffrail: War Forum. • WALTER D. PRESLEY. ' 45. El Campo. Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • LUIS CARLOS PRIETO. JR., ' 45, Panama. Re- public of Panama: Medicine: A Cappella Choir. • ADELE ADAH REDDIH. ' 45. Columbia. Lou- isiana; Newcomb: Phi Mu; Alpha Sigma Sigma; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club; Who ' s Who; Newcomb Dormitory Council; Newcomb Student Government Association; Honor Board; Pan-Hellenic Council: Class President (4). 45 Eager beaver. MARIAN REESE ALMA RIESS ARTHUR REGOHAZ JOHN ROARK JACK RICH ALAN ROBINSON The S e n i a r C i a s s JO ROBINSON ROBERT ROSEWALL REUBEN ROGERSON ERNEST ROTH. JR. JULANNE ROSE FRANK RUECKL. JR. HAROLD ROSEN FRANK RUYS MEYER ROSENBAUM BARBARA SANCHEZ JOSEPH ROSENZWEIG WALLACE SCHMITZ 46 PARKER SCHNEIDAU JEANNE SHIELDS IRVIN SCHNEIDER AUSTIN SIERRA. JR. JULES SECKLER ROBERT SENTER ARMANDO SILVA-BEAUCHAMP VERRE SIMPSON ROBERT SHARP JAMES SLAUGENHOP WALTON SHERR0U5E, JR. WYMAN SLOAN. JR • MARIAN REESE. ' IS. Mcrriam, Kansas; New- comb; Befa Sigma Omicon; Beta Beta Beta; Swim- ming Club. • ARTHUR NEWTON REGOTTAZ, ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E. • JACK RICH. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Com- merce; Zeta Beta Tau; Tatfrail Log; Greenbackers; Taffrail; Intramural Softball, Football. • ALMA COLLINS RIESS, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Beta Beta; Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • HAROLD LEON ROSEN. ' 45, New York. Now York; Medicine; Kappa Nu. • MEYER ROSENBAUM. ' 45, New York. New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • JOSEPH LEON ROSENZWEIG. ' 45. Lake Village, Arkansas; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau. • ROBERT OSCAR ROSEWALL. ' 45. Baton Rouge. Louisiana; Engineering: Alpha Chi Sigma. e ERNEST A. ROTH. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Green- backers; Lagnlappes; Pan-Hellenic Council. • JULES JAYE SECKLER, ' 45. Brooklyn. New York; Medicine. • ROBERT REID SENTER, ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences and Medicine; Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu. • ROBERT WILLIAM SHARP. ' 45, Grenada. Mis- sissippi; Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Chi. • JOHN WALTON SHERROUSE. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; A. S. M. E.; Engineers ' Technological Atelier; Taffrail. • JOHN W. ROARK, ' 45. Jacksonville. Texas; Arts and Sciences; Band. • FRANK VICTOR RUECKL. JR., ' 45. Weston, West Virginia; Medicine. • JEANNE SARA SHIELDS, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb, • ALAN J. ROBINSON, ' 45, New Orleans, Lou isiana; Commerce: Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineers Technological Atelier. President (2); Taffrail Log Co-Editor; Cheerleader; Greenbackers. Vice-PresI dent; Pan-Hellenic Council. Secretary; Taffrail; Y M. C A.; White Elephants; Intramural Baseball Football. Softball; Class President (I). (2). • FRANK C. RUYS. ' 45. Berkeley, California; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • BARBARA MARY SANCHEZ. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • AUSTIN VIADERO SIERRA, JR.. ' 44. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E. • ARMANDO SILVA-BEAUCHAMP. ' 45. Comuy, Puerto Rico; Arts and Sciences; Phi lota Alpha. • JO NEWELL ROBINSON. ' 45. Talladega, Ala- bama; Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu; Owl Club; " Hullabaloo. " • REUBEN GOODWIN ROGERSON. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Taffrail Log; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A.; Football. • JULANNE ROSE, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Jennie Nixon; I. R. C. • WALLACE BENJAMIN SCHMITZ. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Taffrail; Football. • JOHN PARKER SCHNEIDAU. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; " Jambalaya, " Business Man- ager; " Hullabaloo " ; Campus Night, Chairman; Greenbackers; Lagnlappes, Vice-President; Publica- tions Board; Student Center Council. • IRVIN C. SCHNEIDER, ' 45, Chipley. Florida; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Delta Epsilon. • VERRE ELIZABETH SIMPSON. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Delta Pi; Alpha Epsilon lota. • JAMES JAY SLAUGENHOP. ' 45. Vernon, Texas; Medicine; Sigma Nu; Theta Kappa PsI. • WYMAN PLATT SLOAN, JR., ' 44, Atlanta, Georgia; Medicine; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society; Owl Club; Student Body Secretary; Class Secretary (2). 47 It rained that day. ELIZABETH SMEDES ARTHUR SNOWHITE FRED SMITH TOMAS SOSA JAMES SNELL. JR. ALBERT SPAAR. JR. The Senior Class WILLIAM SPENCER JEROME SPITZER JOHN STRAUSS TROYE SVENDSON NORMAN STAKER WILLIAM TALLY WILLIAM STANTON HERBERT TARDY, JR. BARBARA STEWART PHILLIP TAYLOR CHARLES STONE IGNATIUS TEDESCO 48 ROBERT THEAUX MARTIN TURKISH RAYMOND THIBODEAUX LOUISE UERSAK PATRICIA TOBIN AMELIE UMBACH ANDRE TOUZET ELIZABETH VALLAS PAUL TRAUTMAN WILLIAM VAN KIRK PEGGY TULLOS AUDREY VICKNAIR • ELIZABETH DE KOVEN SMEDES. ' 45. Cade. Louisiana: Newcomb; Glee Club; Operetta; Y. W. C. A. • BARBARA ANN STEWART. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta: Green- backers. • ELIZABETH PATRICIA TOBIN. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Assets; Cam- pus Night; Newman Club, • FRED NEWMAN SMITH. ' 45. New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Arts and Sciences and Medicine. • JAMES HUNTER SNELL, JR,. ' 45. Lancaster. South Carolina: Engineering; A. I. E. E. • ARTHUR BRYAN SNOWHITE. ' 45. Elizabeth. New Jersey; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Beta Mu. • TOMAS DOMINGO SOSA. ' 45. Caracas, Vene- zuela. South America; Arts and Sciences; Phi lota Alpha. a CHARLES TURNER STONE. ' 45, Galveston. Texas; Medicine: Nu Sigma Nu. « JOHN L, STRAUSS. ' 45, Mobile, Alabama: Commerce: Zeta Beta Tau; Tatfrall. • TROYE ANTHONY SVENDSON. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Fhl; Pan-Hellenic Council. Secretary: Taffrail; White Elephants; Basketball; Football; Track. • WILLIAM JASPER TALLY, ' 45. Stevenson. Ala- bama; Medicine; PI Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu. • ANDRE CHARLES TQUZET. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana. Arts and Sciences and Medicine; Beta Mu; Theta Kappa PsI; Intramurals. • PAUL TRAUTMAN. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; History of Medicine Society. • PEGGY DEAN TULLOS. ' 45. Shreveport. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • MARTIN TURKISH. ' 45. Bayonne. New Jersey: Medicine; Kappa Nu. e ALBERT PETER SPAAR. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi. e WILLIAM L. SPENCER, ' 45, Sterlington, Lou islana; Medicine; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Chi, • JEROME JOSEPH SPITZER. ' 45, Brooklyn. New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • NORMAN WILHOIT STAKER, ' 44, Lamesa. Texas; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Pan-Hellenic Council. e HERBERT EDWARD TARDY, JR., ' 45, New Or- leans. Louisiana; Engineering: A. I. E. E.; Math Club; Taffrail. e PHILLIP WILLIAM TAYLOR. ' 45, Stephenville. Texas; Medicine; Phi Kappa Sigma; Theta Kappa PsI, • IGNATIUS TEDESCO. ' 45. N w Orleans. Louisi- ana; Medicine: Phi Rho Sigma; Newman Club, • ROBERT LAURENT THEAUX. ' 44. Lafayette. Lou- isiana; Engineering: T. S. C. E. a LOUISE PAPPE UERSAK. ' 45, Kingfisher. Okla- homa; Medicine; Alpha Epsllon iota. • AMELIA ALCEE UMBACH, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce: Phi Mu; Lagniappes. • ELIZABETH JANE VALLAS. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Y. W. C, A, • FRANK WILLIAM VAN KIRK. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Chi; Glee Club; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail: Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Football, Softball. e WILLIAM BATTE STANTON. ' 45. Fort Smith, Arkansas: Medicine; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society. • RAYMOND JOSEPH THIBODEAUX. ' 44, Napol- eonvllle. Louisiana; Engineering; T. S. C. E. • AUDREY ADAIR VICKNAIR. ' 45, Gretna. Lou- isiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Green- backers. 49 Steady now . . , MIRIAM VIOSCA BETTY VORBUSCH POACHE WAGUESPACK. JR. HAROLD WALKER. JR. MARIE WAGGAMAN THOMAS WALLACE The Senior Class LUTHER WALLER. JR. ANDREW WHITMAN JAMES A. WARD, JR. JACQUES WILKINSON JAMES H. WARD GERALD WILLIAMS KENNETH WARREN HARRIET WILLIAMS 50 CHARLES WtAIHERLY STEWART WILLIAMS WILLIAM WHITE THOMAS WILLIAMS. JR. LENORE WILLIAMSON RICHARD YAMANOHA WILLIAM WILLIS. JR. BENNETT YOUNG RODNEY WILLOUGHBY JAMES YOUNG TROY WILSON. JR. CLAIRE ZANDER OLIVE WISE MARJORIE ZENGEL LEVON WRIGHT BRYAN ZIEGLER • MIRIAM ADRIENNE VIOSCA. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Befa Beta Beta; Greenbackers: Newman Club. • KENNETH C. WARREN, ' 45. Morrisville. Penn- sylvania: Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma: Bas- ketball: Baseball. • WILLIAM DAVID WILLIS. JR.. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana: Engineering; Kappa Sigma: A. I. E, E.; Techni-Torgue. • BETTY KATHRYN VORBUSCH, ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb: Beta Sigma Omicron; Pan- Hellenic Council: Y. W. C. A., Vice-President. • CHARLES H. WEATHERLY. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering: Tau Beta Pi: A. S. M. E.: Malii Club. • RODNEY ERWIN WILLOUGHBY, ' 45, Fort Worth, Texas: Commerce: Sigma Alpha Epsllon: Class President (3). • MARIE ELIZABETH WAGSAMAN, ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana: Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta; Lagniappes. • F. POCHE WASUESPACK. JR.. ' 45. New Or- leans, Louisiana: Commerce: Kappa Alpha: Green- backers; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail. • HAROLD BOYLSTON WALKER. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Chi; A. I. of Ch. E.; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail: Intramurals. e THOMAS HENDRIX WALLACE. ' 45, Joplln. Mis- souri; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi; Owl Club. • LUTHER HILL WALLER, JR.. ' 45. Montgomery, Alabama; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Engi- neers ' Technological Atelier; Taffrail. • WILLIAM JOSEPH WHITE. ' 45, Knoxville. Ten- nessee: Arts and Sciences; Phi Gamma Delta. • ANDREW PETER WHITMAN. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; T. S. C. E.; Student Body President; Class President (3). • JACQUES DAVIS WILKINSON. ' 45. Alexandria, Louisiana: Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Nu: History of Medicine Society. • GERALD STEPHEN WILLIAMS, ' 45. Paintsville, Kentucky: Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • HARRIET WILLIAMS. ' 45. New O rleans. Lou- isiana; Newcomb. • STEWART McGEHEE WILLIAMS. ' 45. New Or- leans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences and Medicine; Beta Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu. • TROY LEONARD WILSON. JR.. ' 44. Alexandria, Louisiana: Engineering; Alpha Phi Omega; T. S. C. E. s OLIVE KATHERINE WISE, ' 45, Warren. Arkansas; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Theatre. • LEVON DAVID WRIGHT. ' 45. Mexia. Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. s RICHARD AKIRA YAMANOHA, ' 45. Hilo, Hawaii; Medicine. • BENNETT HENDERSON YOUNG, ' 45, Opelousas, Louisiana; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • JAMES ELGIN YOUNG, ' 45, Houston, Texas; Medicine: Phi Kappa Sigma; Theta Kappa Psi. • CLAIRE MAE ZANDER, ' 45, New Orleans. Lou- isiana; Phi Mu; " Jambalaya. " • JAMES ALTO WARD, JR., ' 45, Birmingham. Ala- bama; Medicine; Phi Chi. O THOMAS KENNON WILLIAMS. JR., ' 45, Pa- ducah. Kentucky: Medicine: Phi Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • MARJORIE ALNA ZENGEL. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. e JAMES HANNAH WARD, ' 44, Hope, Arkansas; Engineering; A. I. E. E. • LENORE WILLIAMSON. ' 45, Pine Apple, Ala- bama; Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi; Old Maids Klub. • BRYAN WELDON ZIEGLER. ' 45. Dallas. Texas; Commerce; Glee Club. 51 . ' " l. - f Corny background. Other Classes FIRST ROW O CHARLES MARIEN ABADIE. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Enqlneeinq: A. L t. E.; Band; I. R. C; Newman Club: Intramural Football. Softball e BENJAMIN L. ABBERSER. JR.. ' 47, Orlando. Florida; Medicine. • PERRY ALICE ABBOTT. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Wesley Foundation. e DANIEL GERALD ABBRUZZESE. ' 46. New York. New York; Commerce e DANIEL WILLIAM ABEL. JR., ' 46. Peoria. Illinois; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta; Band. • EDWARD RUSSELL ABERNATHY. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • WILLIAM McKINLEY ABLES. JR.. ' 46. South Pittsburg. Tennessee; Engi- neering; A. 1. E. E. • LUCIE LEE ABRAMSON. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Band; " Jambalaya " ; Newcomb Dance Club; Campus Night; Spectators; Theatre. • CONSTANCE RUTH ACKMAN Epsilon Phi. SECOND ROW Mobile. Alabama; Newcomb; Alpha • MARY EMILY ACREE. ' 48. Mobile, Alabama; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI. • GILBERT ERNEST ADAMl. ' 46. Winters. Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psl. • JOSEPH ADAMS. ' 48. Lakeland. Florida; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psl. • EDWARD S. ADLER. JR.. ' 46, Arabi, Louisiana; Y, M. C. A.; Engineering; Intramural Football. • HARMAN CHARLES ASNEW, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • SHIRLEY CLARE AHTEN, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • ELIZABETH ANN AIJIAN. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. THIRD ROW • LYLEN LOUISE ALBRECHT, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A.; Gamma Delta. • MARY BOAGNI ALDIGE. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • WILLIAM OLLIE ALEXANDER. JR., ' 46. Eldorado. Texas; Engineering; A. I. E. E. • JULIUS MOSBY ALFORD. ' 46. McComb, Mississippi; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • ERROLL WARREN ALLEN. ' 48, Oklahoma City. Oklahoma: Medicine. • MARY LUMPKIN ALLEN, ' 48. Nashyille. Tennessee; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • NANCY NUNEZ ALLEN. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club; Assets; Lagniappes. • JAMES THOMAS ALLEY, ' 46. Birmingham, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Tennis. L L. i New Orleans. Louisiana: Delta Zeta; Glee FIRST ROW ■ JEANNE LEE ALLISON ' 47 El Reno, , Oklahoma; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • WILLIAM BARTLETT ALLISON, ' 46, Meridian, Mississippi: Phi Kappa Sigma, • AURELIE ANN ALOST. Club; " Hullabaloo. " • JOHN HUBBARD ALVIS, ' 46, Rochester, Texas: A. I. E. E. • ROSALIE KNOST AMBLER, ' 46, Pass Christian, Mississippi: Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Assets; Athletic Council; Tennis Club; Newman Club. • BETTY AMIS, ' 48 New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club. • ALBERTA LOIS AMOTT, ' 47. Nashville, Tennessee; Newcomb; Alpha Omi- cron Pi; Spectators. • SYLVIA R. AMSTERDAM, ' 47, New York, New York; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. C EVELYN IRMA ANDERSON. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences; Beta Sigma Omicron; Theta Nu; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Operetta; Theatre; Y. W. C. A. SECOND ROW • OSCAR MORRING ANDERSON, ' 46, Huntsville. Alabama; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; Taffrail. • ANNA ANDOLLINA. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Law. • NATALIE RAY ARBOGAST, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb, • FRANCIS LAV RENCE ARMSTRONG, ' 46, Havana, Cuba; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; Glee Club. • JANE FRANCES ARMSTRONG. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha, • NEIL AUGUST ARMSTRONG, III. ' 47, Chalmette, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; " Jambalaya " ; Newman Club, • EDWARD HENRY ARNOLD, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. E. E.; Newman Club. • LEONARD DAVID ARONSON, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Glee Club; Operetta. • ADOLFO JOSE ARROCriA, ' 46. Panama City. Panama; Arts and Sciences; Phi lota Alpha; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council; Theatre; Y. M, C. A. THIRD ROW • DAVID FRANK ARTHUR, ' 46, Haleyville. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • MERLIN JOSEPH AUZINE, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • JEAN NORMA VEGNO, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • ALBERTO ERNESTO AYES DE BRAM, ' 46. La Ceiba. Honduras; Arts and Sciences: Track. 9 LIONEL JULIUS BABIN, ' 47. Houma, Louisiana; Engineering. • EMILY FLORENCE BADT. ' 46, Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; " Hullabaloo " ; Honor Board; Greenbackers; War Forum. • JOHN JACOB BAEHR, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine: Theta Kappa PsI; Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; History of Medicine Society; " Jambalaya " : " Hullabaloo " : Class Treasurer (3), • BETTY STUART BAETJER. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Phi Mu. • THOMAS GUS BAFFtS. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana: Medicine: Phi Rho Sigma: Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Mu. FOURTH ROW • CHARLOTTE WASHINGTON BAKER, ' 47, Atlanta, Georgia: Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • CLAUDE MOSLEY BAKER JR., ' 48, Minden, Louisiana; Medicine: Theta Kappa Psi, • HERBERT LEE BAKER, ' 46. Shreveport Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; Taffrail. • KATHERINE CAFFERY BAKER, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. • THOMAS GAYTHER BAKER, ' 46, Ardmore, Oklahoma; Arts and Sciences. • BEATRICE J. BALDINGER, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club, A Capeila Choir; Operetta, • LOUISE GAYLE BALDINGER, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Phi Mu: Glee Club; Greenbackers; Y. W. C. A. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and • WILLIE DEE BARNES, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb. • RAYMOND EDWARD BALL, Sciences and Law. 53 " Concentration " camp. Other Classes FIRST ROW • ROBERT VERNON BARNETT. ' 47. Camden. Alabama; Arts and Sciences. • STEWART ROLAND BARNETT, JR.. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. • LARRY M. BAROUSSE, ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Football. • HAROLD A BARR, JR.. ' 46. Port Arthur. Texas; Engineering; Delta Tau D " lta. • JOHN UEBER BARR. JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta; Greenbackers. • DORALIE CHARLOTTE BARRAS. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Dance Club; Y. W. C. A. • B. JAIME BARRAZA. ' 46 David. Chlrlgul. Panama; Arts and Sciences. • LIONEL GENNARO BARRAZA. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. SECOND ROW • NORMA LYNN BARTELS. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A. • RONALD ALAN BARTLETT. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Slqma. • ROBERT FREDERIC BARTUSCH, ' 46. Memphis. Tennessee; Commerce. • BENJAMIN BASHINSKI. JR.. ' 47, Macon, Georgia; Arts and Sciences. • FRANK JOSEPH BASILE, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • WILLIAM LANG BASS. JR.. ' 47. Laurel. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. • JOSE JULIAN BASSO. ' 45, Santurce, Puerto Rico; Arts and Sciences; Phi Eta Mu, • HIRAM W. K, BATSON, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi. THIRD ROW • DIXIE HILDA BATTY. ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • BETTY JEAN BAUCUM. ' 47. Haynesville, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta • JOHN E- BAUDEAN. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • JULIAN FEARING BAUM. ' 45. Elizabeth City. North Carolina; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; " Hullabaloo " ; Glendy Burke; Spectators; War Forum. • SAMUEL BAUM, ' 46, Passaic, New Jersey; Medicine; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Lambda Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa. • LLOYD SAMUEL BAUMER, JR.. 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • LUCIE HILL BAXTER, ' 48, Charlotte. North Carolina; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club. • JOHN EBEN BAYLES. ' 46. South Orange. New Jersey; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; Band. FIRST ROW • WILLIAM PHILLIP BEATROUS, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • JACQUELINE CECILE BECK. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; " Jambalaya " ; Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • LOUIS ARTHUR BEECHERL, ' 45. Dallas, Texas: Engineering: Delta Tau Delta; Alpha Chi Sigma. • LEE F. BEETS. ' 46. Paola, Kansas; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; A Cap- pella Choir. • JOSEPH CALE BEISSNER. ' 46. San Antonio, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • HENRY DENMARK BELL, ' 46. Nashville. Tennessee; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Glee Club. • SHIRLEY ANN BELL. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Spanish Club: Y. W. C. A. • VINCENT PATRICK BELLA. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. • ROBERT HENRY BENBOW, ' 46. Bryan, Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SECOND ROW • WILLIAM JOHN BENEDICT. ' 46. Grand Junction. Colorado: Arts and Sciences. • DOROTHY ADELE BENJAMIN. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; I. R. C. • JACK CHARLES BENJAMIN. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Scieaces. • JAMES ARTHUR BENJAMIN. ' 46, Mobile. Alabama; Arts and Sciences. • CARROLL ADKINS BENNEH. ' 46. Henderson. Kentucky; Engineering; A. I, E. E. • LOUISE ANN BENNETT. ' 48. Big Springs. Texas; Newcomb. • JOHN RUSSELL BENSEN. ' 46. Grant. Florida; Engineering. • ROBIN DALE BERCKES, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club. • GERALD S. BERENS ' ON. ' 46. Bogalusa. Louisiana; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon; History of Medicine Society. THIRD ROW • DOROTHY KATHERINE BERNHARD, ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; New- comb: Alpha Omicron Pi. • BETTY LOUISE BERRY. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Assets; Newcomb Student Government Association; Green- backers; Y. W. C. A.- Student Body Recording Secretary. • FREDERICK BRADSTREET BERRY, ' 4B. Arkadelphia. Arkansas: Arts and Sciences. • FREDERICK HENRY BERRY. JR.. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sitjma. • NEWELL HALL BERRY ' 46, Fullerton, California; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • LEONA BERSADSKY ' 47 New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club: I. R. C; Theatre. • WILLIAM DALLIS BETHEA. JR., ' 47, Laurel, Mississippi: Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha: Band; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • MAILAND BLAIR BEVILL, ' 46. Haynesville, Louisville. Louisiana: Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; A Cappella Choir. • THOMAS ZACHARY BIBB, ' 46. Sweetwater. Texas: Arts and Sciences: Taffrail. FOURTH ROW • JANE ELIZABETH BIEDERMAN. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • JAMES FLIMEN BIGGART, JR., ' 46. Lexington. Virginia; Medicine; Sig- ma Chi: Nu Sigma Nu. • WILLIAM THOMAS BILBRO. ' 46. Frisco City. Alabama; Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT MARIUS BILLET. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • FRANCOISE JEANNE BILLION, ' 48, Paris. France; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. • JOHN REUBEN BISE, III. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma. • CLARENCE LEO BLACK, JR.. ' 45, Bogalusa, Louisiana; Engineering. • JOHN RICHARD BLACK, ' 47. Salt Lake City. Utah; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • LIONEL HART BLACKMAN, ' 47, Brooklyn, New York; Medicine: Phi Lamb- da Kappa. 55 Other Classes Dear Mom ... or Is if? FIRST ROW « LOYAL RAY BLACKWOOD. ' 44. Gadsden. Alabama: Arts and Sciences: Alplia Phi Omega. • WILLIAM HENRY BLAHD, ' 46, Chicago, Illinois; Medicine; Phi Delta Ep- silon. e BARBARA BLAIR. ' 48. San Antonio, Texas; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • JOAN MAY BLAIR, ' 48. Panama City, Florida; Newcomb. • JOHN B, BLAKE, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineering. • ROBERT FAULK BLAND. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • WALTER E. BLATT. ' 46, Toledo, Ohio; Commerce. • TED BLOCH. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Beta Mu; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Epsilon; History of Medicine Society. SECOND ROW • BEVERLY BLOOD, ' 46. Alexandria, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Epsilon lota. a GLADYS MARIE BLOOM, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; Newcomb Dance Club. • HERBERT BLOOM, ' 47, Brooklyn, New Yorli: Arts and Sciences. • ROBERT PINSON BOBO, ' 46. Clarksdale. Mississippi; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; Band; Glee Club; Operetta; Symphony Orchestra: Taffrall. • HERMAN LAMAR BOESE, ' 48, Ft, Lauderdale, Florida; Medicine; PI Kappa Alpha; Theta Kappa Psi: White Elephants; Y, M. C. A. • ROBERT RUDOLPH BOESE. ' 46, Ft, Lauderdale, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha; Y, M, C. A. • ROGER MILTON BOH. JR., ' 46, Bay St, Louis, Mississippi; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; A. I. E, E. • ARTHUR WILLIAM BOHMFALK. JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medi- cine; Phi Rho Sigma; History of Medicine Society; A Cappella Choir; Band; Glee Club; Operetta; Spectators; Y, M, C. A. THIRD ROW • RICHARD REISER BOND. ' 46, San Francisco, California; Commerce; In- tramural Softball; Alpha Phi Omega. • ANNE MILLEDGE BONHAM, ' 46. Lake Charles, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Newcomb Dormitory Council; Student Center Council. • JAMES STUART BOREN. ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma. • ERIN ADELINE BORN, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • MADELEINE SUZANNE BOSE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club; Assets. • WILLIAM WYATT BOTTOMS, ' 46, Geneva, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Glee Club, • EUSTATIA EUGENIA BOUNCHAUD, ' 48, New Roads, Louisiana; New- comb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Newman Club, • RUTH CHARLOTTE BOULET, ' 48, Larose, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI; Y, W, C. A. i ' M FIRST ROW • MARGARET GLORIA BOURG. ' IS, New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron • GERALD FRANCIS BOURGEOIS, ' fl. New Orleans. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. • FREKit BOUSTANY. JR.. ' 47. Lafayette. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • VIRGINIA PRICE BOWEN. ' 18, Atlanta. Georgia; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee CluD. • BARBARA BOWMAN. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • SAMUEL MALCOLM BOYD. JR.. MS. Monticello. Arkansas; Commerce. • SAM ALBERT BOZEMAN. JR.. ' 48. Haynesville, Louisiana; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • IAN MUIR BRADBURN. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • CHARLES CALVIN BRADDOCK. ' 46. Bastrop. Louisiana; Commerce. SECOND ROW • LUCY MALTBY BRANDON. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb. • CARL DYESS BRANNAN, ' 47. Jackson. Mississippi; Medicine; Kappa Al- pha; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society; Lagniappes; Kappa Delta Phi. • MARY EVELYN BRASH. ' 47. Gulfport. Mississippi; Newcomb; Jennie Nix- on; Theatre. • JANE LOUISE BRATTON, ' 48. Memphis, Tennessee; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha: Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • DESMOND EUGENE BREWER. ' 46. Denison. Texas; Arts and Sciences. • BEHIE BUNCOMBE BREWSTER, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Chi Omega. • LEILA BRIDGER. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; " Jam- balaya " ; Lagniappes; Pan-Hellenic Council; Theatre. • MAY BRIDGER. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • ELIZABETH MARY BRIGTSEN. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. THIRD ROW • MIRIAM BROWDER. ' 47. Fulton. Kentucky; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • EDWARD ALLEN BROWN. ' 46. Anniston. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta I ' i. • ERNEST RICHARD BROWN, ' 46. Pryor. Oklahoma: Commerce; Glendy Burke: Spectators; War Forum. • JAMES BROOKS BROWN. ' 46. Tallassee. Alabama; Medicine: Pi Kappa Alpha: Phi Chi. • JORDAN BROWN, ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Law. • NELSON LEON BROWN. ' 46. Mobile. Alabama; Medicine: Beta Beta Beta. • THOMAS JACOB BROWN. ' 47. Hoisinqton. Kansas; Arts and Sciences. s BETTY HANNA BROWNE. ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • JAMES WILLIAM BROWNSON. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; A. S. M. E.; Engineers ' Technological Atelier; " Jamba- laya " . Co-Editor; Publications Board; Lagniappes. President: Pan-Hellenic Council: Student Center Council; Class President (l|. (2). • OLIVE BEVERLY BRUFF. Omicron; Glee Club. FOURTH ROW ' 48. San Antonio. Texas; Newcomb; Beta Sigma • ANTHONY JOSEPH BRUNO. ' 46. Elizabeth, New Jersey; Medicine; The- atre: Newman Club. • ELSIE KATHRYN BRUPBACHER. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb. • DORRIS TOWERS BRYAN. ' 45. San Jose. Costa Rica; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • LLOYD MONROE BRYAN. ' 46. Archer, Florida- Engineering- Taffrail- Y. M. C. A. • ANNE BRYAN-TURNER. ' 48, Santurce. Puerto Rico; Newcomb. c EDWARD LORIMER BRYAN-TURNER, ' 46, Santurce. Puerto Rico; Arts and Sciences: Glee Club; War Forum. • ROBERT HENDERSON 6RYSON. ' 46. Union City. Tennessee: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • DONALD CHARLES flUBLITZ, ' 46, Edgerton. Wisconsin; Arts and Sciences. 57 Other Classes Microbe hunters. FIRST ROW • BLISS 5 BUCHAN. ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; " Jambalaya " . • IRENE RATCLIFF BUCHANAN. ' 46. Shreveport. Louisiana: Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Newcomb Dormitory Council; Oreades. • ROBERT H. BUCK. ' 48, Eugene. Oregon; Medicine. • GROVER WADE BURDIN. ' 47. Lafayette, Louisiana; Law. a ARTHUR PEMBERTON BURDON, ' 48, Houston. Texas; Medicine. o JOAN BURGUIERES. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Newcomb Athletic Council; Intramurals. DOROTHY KAf BURK, ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Theatre. JOHN JOSEPH BURKE, ' 45. Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania; Engineering. SECOND ROW • LLOYD GEORGE BURKENSTOCK. JR.. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences: Y. M. C. A. • JAMES MONTGOMERY BURLINGAME. ' 46. Hammond. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • NOEL HINSON BUTLER. JR.. ' 46, Benton. Arkansas; Commerce. • LUCIUS McCUTCHEN BUTTS, JR., ' 47, Natchez, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • WELDON JOSEPH BUWE. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Sigma Phi. • MARION CLARE BYRNE. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; " Hullabaloo " ; Art Club; Assets; Theatre. • ROSARY BRENDA BYRNE. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Al- pha Omicron Pi; " Jambalaya " ; Lagniappes; Newman Club. • CAROL WINSTON BYRNS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Law. THIRD ROW • GEORGE HILL CADY, ' 46, Fort Erie. Ontario. Canada; Engineering. • LYDIA T. CAFFERY. ' 47. Franklin. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; Newcomb Do ' -mltory Council; Student Center Council. • KATHERINE SHIRLEY CAFIERO. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Art Club: Y. W. C. A. • PAUL THOMAS CAINE, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences • AUDREY ANN CAIRE. ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JOHN B. CAIRE ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society. • JOYCE MARIE CAIRE. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • ROBERT TORRANCE CALE. ' 46, Birmingham, Alabama; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. FIRST ROW SECOND ROW • JOE D. CALHOUN. ' 46. Rayville. Louisiana: Medicine: Phi Chi: History of Medicine Society; Class President (3). • AUDREY CALI, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb- New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; • CORAL MARIE CALONSNE, Y, W, C, A. • CHARLES ROLLIN CAMP, JR.. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • SARA LUCILLE CAMPBELL. ' 46. Section. Alabama; Social Work, • RAFAEL CANTON. ' 47. Panama. Panama; Medicine; Phi lota Alpha. • JOAN CANTRCLL. Thcta; Glee Club. Gadsden. Alabama; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha • VERL LINDEL CAPPS. ' 45, Blair, Oklahoma; Engineering. • MAUDIE EILEEN C ARDWELL. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Zefa Tau Alpha. • FRANCIS HOWARD CARNES. ' 46. Mexico City, Mexico; Arts and Sciences; Boxing. Birmingham. Alabama; Commerce; ' 46, Jackson, Mississippi; Arts and • GILBERT MILTON CARPENTER, ' 46, Pi Kappa Alpha; Y. M. C A. • STANLEY HAMMACK CARPENTER. Sciences: Kappa Sigma, • LYDIA JEANNE CARR. ' 48. Victoria. Texas; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • ROSEMARY CARRERE, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; " Jambalaya " ; Swimming Club. • DOROTHY ALICE CARRUTH. ' 47. Memphis. Tennessee: Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Newcomb Dormitory Council; Spectators. • EDWARD AUSTIN CARY. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Beta Theta Pi; Phi-Chi; Beta Mu; History of Medicine Society. • SHELDON VICTOR CASS. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • BEnY BURNS CASSITY, ' 47. Shreveporf. Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. THIRD ROW • DAVID Z. CAUBLE. III. ' 46, Tuscaloosa. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; Taffrail. • ALTON BENNEFT CAUSEY. ' 46. Kentwood. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega • RODOLFO CHACON. ' 46. Heredia. Costa Rica; Arts and Sciences. • CATHERINE CHADWICK. ' 46, Bayou Goula, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Tennis Club; Newman Club, • LOIS ROSEMARY CHALONA, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Glee Club; Math Club. O WILLIAM DUNSTAN CHAMBLIN, ' 48. BIytheville. Arkansas: Medicine; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Theta Kappa Psi; Theatre. • CLARENCE J. CHAMPION. JR.. ' 45. LaPine, Alabama; Engineering; T. S. C. E. • JUNE CHANDLER. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • FRANK CAMPBELL CHAPMAN. ' 46. Rosenberg. Texas; Arts and Sciences: Phi Kappa Sigma; Intramural Football. Softball, FOURTH ROW • ELSIE RITA CHARBONNET. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • LESTER EMILE CHARBONNET. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • SIGNA LOUISE CHARBONNET. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; " Jambalaya " . • CATHERINE TERESA CHARLES. ' 48. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; New- comb; PI Beta Phi. • GEORGE PETER CHERGOTIS. ' 46. Bayonne. New Jersey: Arts and Sciences. • ROBERT LUTHER CHERRY. ' 45, Denison, Texas; Engineering. • WILLIAM ASHLEY CHERRY, ' 46, Halls, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. • JOHN CHIARO, ' 46, Grand Junction, Colorado; Commerce. • BILLIE M. CHILDRESS. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; I. R. C; Y. W. C. A. 59 Other Classes FIRST ROW • CORINNE CATHERINE CHISHOLM, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Com- merce; Phi Mu. G PHYLLIS ANN CHURCH, ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; " Ja Tibalaya " . YVONNE MARit CLAIBORNE, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alp a Omicron Pi; Giee Club. • ROBERT ALLEN CLARK, ' 46, Natchez, Mississippi; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; Intramural Football, Sodball. e SAMUEL BRUCi-. CLARK, ' 47, Marlin, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Band; Boxing; Orchestra, e WALLACE HENDE, SON CLARK, JR., ' 48, LaSrange, Georgia; Medicine; Phi Chi. • MASON E. CLARSON. ' 46, St. Petersburg. Florida; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta; Glee Club. Simple Simon. e BEVERLY CLERC, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. SECOND ROW • MARIE ELIZABETH CLERC, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu, • MILLICENT MAGDALENE CLESI, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb. • CHARLOTTE KELLER COATS. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI; Glee Club; " Jambalaya " . • LAYTON LEE COATS. ' 45. Monroe. Louisiana; Commerce. • AUDREY MARY CATHERINE COBB. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; New- comb, • PATSY COCHRANE, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Laqniappes. • DEANE LEE COHEN, ' 47, St. Louis, Missouri; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " ; I. R. C. • LAVl RENCE JOSEPH COHEN. ' 46. Cheyenne. Wyoming; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon. THIRD ROW • MILTON HOWARD COHEN. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Mu; Glendy Burke; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council, • JOY MARIE COHN, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • SIDNEY ALVIN COHN, ' 48, Union Springs, Alabama; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Beta Mu; Phi Delta Epsilon. • ANN BIBB COLEMAN, ' 48, Birmingham, Alabama; Newcomb. • CHRISTOPHER L. COLEMAN, JR., ' 46, Jackson, Mississippi; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta • ROBERT GREGORY COLGAN, ' 46, Phoenix, Arizona; Engineering, • WILLIAM JEWELL COLLIER, ' 46, Albany, Missouri; Arts and Sciences; Band. • BETTY EDYTHE COLLINS ' 46, Savannah, Georgia; Social Work, FIRST ROW • MARY EVELYN COLLINS, ' 47, Brookhaven, Mississippi; Newcomb; Piii Mu. • N. WESLEY CCLLINS JR., ' 46, Shrnveport, Louisiana; Commerce • JOHN ROBERT COMBOY, ' 46. Independence. Missouri; Commerce. • EDWARD O ' BRICN COMER, ' 47, Jaclcsonville. Florida; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Befa Mu; Giendy Burlte; Y. M. C. A. • BERTITA COMPTON, ' 48, Siireveport. Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club. • ROBERT PATRICK CONNELLY. ' 46. Tonopah, Nevada; Engineering; Taf- frail. • BARBARA ELVERE CONROY. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Assets; Newcomb Dance Club; Theatre; Y. W. C. A.; Class Secretary (3). • ADELE DELEON CONSELYEA. ' 46. Houston. Texas; Social Work; Alpha Delta Pi. • CHARLAINE CATHERINE COOK. ' 47, Downers Grove. Illinois; New- comb; " Hullabaloo " ; Art Club. SECOND ROW • CHARLES STANLEY COOK, ' 46, Monroe, Louisiana; Commerce. • EVA M. COOK, ' 46. Downers Grove. Illinois; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " ; War Forum. • HENRY THOMAS COOK. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Beta Mu. • CYNTHIA LEE COOKE, ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. c LANE B, COOKE, JR., ' 46, Dallas. Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • MARY ELIZABETH COONEY. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Pi Beta Phi. • HYMAN HURWITZ COOPER. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences, • JAMES E COOPER, 47. Crossett. Arkansas; Arts and Sciences; Band. • MARGARET ANNE COOPER, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. THIRD ROW • PHILIP COOPER. JR.. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Phi DeLa Theta; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • DONALD DWIGHT COORDES, ' 46, Pulaski, Virginia; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • EDGAR COREY, " 48, Skiatook, Oklahoma; Law; " Law Review " ; Class President (1). • ROBERT LAUGHLIN COUCH. JR., ' 46, Tullahoma, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. « FRANK MORTIMER COVERT, III ' 46. San Antonio. Texas; Medicine; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu. • ROWENA COWAN. ' 46 Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club. • DEIRDRE CRAGER. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Art Club, President; War Forum, Secretary; Theatre. • GRETCHEN ELIZABETH CRAGER, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Theatre. • JOHN A. CRAIG. ' 46, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Delta Tau Delta. FOURTH ROW • MARY VIRGINIA CRAIN. ' 48, Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. 9 EVELYN MAY CRAIS. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; Operetta; Greenbackers; Y. W. C. A. s RUFUS EDGAR CRAVEN. ' 46. Wilder. Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. • BETH CRAWFORD. ' 48 Gretns. Louisiana; Newcomb; Newman Club. S PATRICIA CRONIN. ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JOSEPH WILLIAM CROOKSHANK, Kappa Psi. • MARGARET FRANCES CROSSAN, ' ■ Purdin. Missouri; Medicine; Theta New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • CHARLES RODNEY CROWDER. ' 46. Langdale. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • THOMAS PALFREY CROZAT. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. 61 The conversational type. Other Classes FIRST ROW • JAMES NORTON CRUMBLEY. ' 46, Cedartown. Georgia; Commerce. • CARMELITE CECILE CUDIA, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Zeta; " Hullabaloo " ; Theatre. • FLAVIN CORNELIUS CULLERTON. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. • MARGARET CUNEO, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • GLADYS CUNNINGHAM, ' 47, Summit, Mississippi; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • JEAN CUNNINGHAM. ' 47, Kansas City, Missouri; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " ; War Forum • SHIRLEY FLO CUNNINGHAM. ' 48. Baton Rouge. Louisiana; Newcomb. • LIONEL FRANCIS CURRIER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; T. S. C. E.; Phi Delta Theta. SECOND ROW • MORTIMER FRANCIS CURRIER, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • JOSEPH THURSTON DABNEY, JR., ' 4S, Livingston, Texas: Medicine; Theta Kappa PsI. • JOSEPHINE DASNEY, ' 46, Florence, Alabama; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; I. R. C; Math Club. • LEAR WILLIAM DANE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council; Class Secretary (3). • CALDWELL DANIEL. Ill, ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Football. • PAUL BERNARD DARON, ' 48, Gulfport, Mississippi; Medicine. • EDWARD WEEKS DAUTERIVE, ' 46, New Iberia, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; " Hullabaloo " : Intramural Boxing, • HENRY JOSEPH DAUTERIVE. JR., ' 48, New Iberia, Louisiana; Medicine: Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Chi; Greenbackers, President: Lagniappes. THIRD ROW • BETTY RUTH DAVIS, ' 48, Hughes, Arkansas; Newcomb. • ELLIN LEE DAVIS, ' 48. B ooklyn, New York; Newcomb. • FREDDA DAVIS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; " Hulla- baloo " ; Theatre. • JANE DAVIS, ' 46, Decatur, Alabama; Social Work. • ROBERT EDWARD DAVIS, ' 47, Brooklyn, New York; Medicine: Phi Lamb- da Kappa. • JAMES HARDISON DAVISON, ' 45, Athens, Georgia; Commerce: Phi Delta Theta; Lagniappes: Student Body Vice-President. • HENDRIX AUERA DAWSON. JR.. ' 46. Jackson, Mississippi; Engineering; A. S. M. E. • MASON FREDERICK DAY. JR., ' 46, Blytheville, Arkansas; Engineering: Delta Kappa Epsilon. YvV ; FIRST ROW • ISAAC DAYAW, ' 44. Tampa. Florida; Arts and Sciences. • NANCY TENISON DEANE, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi; " Hullabaloo " . • PAUL EUGENE DEBLANC. JR.. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • FREDERICK ARTHUR DECKBAR. JR., ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A 1. of Ch. E.; Band; Intramurals: Newman Club. • JOHN DONALD DE FRANCESCO. •46, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Arts and Sciences. • LANFOND HAROLD DE GENERES. ' 44. Shreveport, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • MARION MARIE DELCROIX. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • ALBERT THOMAS DELERY, ' 47. Arabi, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • GUSTAVE FRANK DELERY, III, ' 46, Gretna, Louisiana; Engineering. SECOND ROW • FRANCIS MAYNARD DELORME, ' 46, Whitehall, New York; Commerce; Delta Sigma Phi. • MARTIN DEMOUY, ' 46. Mobile. Alabama; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • BEN WITCHER DENNY, ' 48, Childress, Texas; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • GLEN RITA DERBES. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Mu; Lagniappes; Newman Club. • E. C. DESHAUTREAUX, JR., ' 47, Kenner. Louisiana; Engineering. • EARL PETER DESSELLE. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • CARL LESLIE DEUEL, ' 47. Kansas City, Missouri; Arts and Sciences. • GLORIA C. DE VALCOURT, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • MIMI BARRINGTON DE WELLS. ' 48, Atlanta, Georgia; Newcomb. THIRD ROW • WARD DE WITT, JR.. ' 46. Nashville. Tennessee; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; Greenbackers; Tatfrail. • DOROTHY DIBOLL, ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Phi Mu. • DOUGLAS HART DIBOLL, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; White Elephant.s; Architectural Society. • ELBERT JACKSON DICKERT, ' 46, Newberry, South Carolina; Medicine; Phi Chi. • FREDERICK NORTON DICKMAN. JR., ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences: Delta Kappa Epsilon; Glee Club; Orchestra; Y. M. C. A.; Canterbury Club; Festival Choir. • ELIZABETH JANE DICKS, ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Beta Beta Beta; " Jambalaya. " • FRANK THEODORE DIENST, JR,, ' 47. Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Kappa Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • LUCAS ANTHONY DILEO, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana: Medicine: Phi Rho Sigma. • LORRAINE MARY DILLMANN. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb. FOURTH ROW • ALBERT ANTHONY DINGRAUDO. ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Glendy Burke. • NORMAN DINHOFER, ' 46. Brooklyn, New York; Medicine. • MILTON LOUIS DINKEL. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • ELODIE EMELDA DIODENE, ' 47. Gretna, Louisiana; Newcomb: Math Club; Y. W. C. A. e HENRY MOSELEY DISMUKES. ' 46, Mobile, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society. • RUTH LAURETTE DIHO. ' 48, Paducah, Kentucky; Newcomb. • WALTER EVERETT DOANE, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana: Law; Sigma Chi. • CHARLES PARTIN DODD, ' 44, Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma: Tatfrail; Theatre, • ALBERTUS FREDERICK DODSON, ' 47, Wilber. Nebraska; Arts and Sciences. Other Classes FIRST ROW • JOHN CASPER DODT. Ill, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineering: Alpha Chi Sigma: A. I. of Ch. E. S ARDYTHE MARY DONNAUD. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta. • BILLIE MARIE DOSS. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb: Alpha Omicron Pi. • JOHN TUCKER DOUGLAS. JR.. ' 47. Bains. Louisiana: Engineering. • LUCIAN DOUGLASS, JR.. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences: Delta Sigma Phi: Glendy Burke. • RALPH AARON DOWNS. JR.. 46 Pine Bluff. Arkansas: Medicine: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Nu Sigma Nu • BARBARA DRACKETT. 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb: Phi Mu; Glee Club: Y. W. C. A. In+erdlgitation. • ROBERT WARREN DRAFF! N. ' 46. Atokoa. Tennessee: Commerce. SECOND ROW • DONNA RUTH DRAVO. ' 47, St. Petersburg. Florida: Newcomb: Alpha Delta Pi: Slee Club. • SEYMOUR JOSEPH DREYFUS. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineering: Zeta Beta Tau: Band: Glee Club: Operetta: Greenbackers: Pan-Hellenic Council: Basketball, Manager: Intramural Softball. • E. LENORE DRUEDING. ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb: Slee Club: Y. W. C. A. • GLORIA ELEANOR DUDDEN. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb. • EDWARD JAMES DUFFIN, ' 46, San Antonio, Texas: Arts and Sciences; Boxing. • COY DAYNE DUKE, ' 46, Sharon, Tennessee; Commerce. • JAMES CONDREY DUNAVANT, ' 46. Richmond. Virginia; Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigma • JULES ST. M. DUPONT. ' 46, Houma, Louisiana: Medicine: Phi Chi; Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon. THIRD ROW • VERNON JOHN DUPRE. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Commerce. • JANET DUPUY, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb. • RAYMOND HENRY DURHAM. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana: Commerce: Y. M. C. A. • JOAN PROCTOR DURLAND, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • CARMEN MARY DUVIC ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. • KENNETH R. DUZAN, ' 47, Drexel, Missouri; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • CAROLYN FONTAINE EARL, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron: Art Club; Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • OSCAR EWING EARNHARDT. JR.. ' 46. Wilmington, California; Com- merce. FIRST ROW • JACK JOHNSON EASOM. MS. Walnut Grove, Mississippi; Medicine. • FRANCISCO JOSE ECHESARAY, ■47, Arecibo. Puerto Rico: Arts and Sciences. e LEE WIL5EY ECUYER, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • JEAN EDDY, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Jennie Nixon. • MITCHELL EDE, ' 46, Hattiesbutg, Mississippi; Medicine; Alptia Ptii Alpha; Beta Mu; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • JAMES RICHARD EDGETT, JR.. ' 44. Memphis, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences. • CHARLYNE GAY EDWARDS, ' 48, Kinqsport. Tennessee; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • HELEN CECILS EDWARDS. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Mu. • RAY OMER EDWARDS, JR., ' 48, Jacksonville. Florida; Medicine; Nu Sig- ma Nu; Beta Theta Pi. SECOND ROW • VALERIE EDWARDS. ' 48, Baltimore Maryland; Newcomb; Glee Club. • ALBERT JOHN EHLERT. ' 44. Waterproof. Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi • VIVIAN CLAIRE EIGENBROD, ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb. • HAROLD JAMES EGENES, ' 46, McCallsburg, Iowa; Arts and Sciences; Gamma Delta; Glee Club • DOROTHY LOUISE EGLIN, ■46, Shreveport, Louisiana; Social Work. • FERNANDO ELIZONDA. ' 46, Monterrey. W. L.. Mexico; Engineering; Phi lota Alpha. • BENNIE ELLENDER. JR.. ' 45, Sulphur. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Football. S LOUIS JOSEPH ELLIOTT. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon; A. S. M. E.; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council. • ARTHUR 5TANWOOD ELLIS. ' 44 New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. THIRD ROW • GEORGE SABA ELLIS, ' 47. Marshall, Texas; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Theta Kappa. • HOWARD E. ELI IS, ' 45, Greenville. Texas; Engineering. • LESLIE LEE ELLIS, ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sigma; " Hullabaloo " . • LOIS ALEDA ELMER, ' 44 New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; " Hullabaloo " : Art Club. S JOHN DURR ELMORE. ' 44, Montgomery. Alabama; Medicine: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi. • LAMAR EMBRY. ' 47. Jonesboro, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • HUGH KING ENGLISH ' 48, Dallas. Texas; Medicine: Phi Chi. • PAUL GRIFFITH ENNS. ' 44. Inman. Kansas; Commerce. • JEAN JOYCE EPPS. ' 47, Atlanta. Georgia; Commerce; Delta Zeta; " Hulla. baloo " ; Campus Night; Theatre; Y. W. C. A. FOURTH ROW 9 CARMEN MARGARITA ESPADA. ' 48. San Juan. Puerto Rico; Newcomb. • JOSH JENNINGS ESSLINSER. ' 46. Horence. Alabama; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • ANNETTE PAT EVANS. Lake Providence. Louisiana: Newcomb. • WALTER RICHARD EVERY, ' 44. Daytona Beach, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Class President (I) • DABNEY MINOR EWIN, ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: Beta Theta PI; Glee Club; Operetta; Taffrail; Intramurals; " Jambalaya. " a DOROTHY IRENE EWING, ' 47. Shreveport. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; A Cappella Choir; Glee Culb; Operetta; Assets. • ALBERT LOBDELL EXLINE, ' 48, Dallas. Texas; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Kappa Sigma. • LLOYD CHARLES EYRICH, JR.. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana: Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa. • MARY ANGELINA FAILLA, Lafayette, Louisiana; Newcomb. 65 Can ' t you add? Other C I €M s s e s FIRST ROW • JO ANN FAITH, ' 46. Winnfield. Louisiana; Social Work. • ROBERT O. FALES, ' 46. Needham. Massacfiusetts; Engineering. • DONALD F. FANT, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • SHIRLEY FRANCES FASSBENDER, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Newcomb Dance Club; Newman Club, • CONNIE FAUST. " 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Assets; Newcomb Athletic Council, Chairman; Newcomb Student Government Association, Recording Secretary; Lagniappes; Student Center Council; Span- ish Club; Swimming Club; Class President (I). • RICHARD ALAN FAUST. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu; Beta Mu; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; History of Medicine Society; White Elephants; Football; Who ' s Who; Class President (2). • WILLIAM DAVID FAUST. " 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • BEVERLY ANN FAVROT. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; " Hullabaloo " . SECOND ROW • C. ALLEN FAVROT, " 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • FRANK BERANEK FEATHER. ' 47, Mesilla Park, New Mexico; Arts and Sciences; Band. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha • CORALEE FEIBLEMAN. Epsilon Phi. • NOLLIE CARPENTER FELTS, JR.. ' 47. Hattiesburg. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • JUDY CATHERINE FERGUSON, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Spectators; War Forum. • WILLIAM LORING FERGUSON. JR.. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • JEANNE FERNANDEZ, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Spanish Club; Newcomb Dance Club- Newman Club. • DICK FIELD, JR., ' 46. Centreville, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Green backers. THIRD ROW • INA LAURELLE FILLMORE. ' 48, Atlanta. Georgia: Newcomb; Slee Club; Weslev Foundation. Secretary. • JOHN JOSEPH FINESAN. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • BETTY FIRNBERG, ' 47, Monroe. Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • ELAINE ALTHEA FIRSTENBERS, ' 48. Jersey City. New Jersey; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Plii. • MERLE ELIZABETH FISCHER, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • ELY FISHER. ' 46. New York. New York; Commerce. • JERRY FITZPATRICK. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Lagniappes; Student Center Council; Wrestling; Intra- mural Football. • ANNE CLARE FLAHERTY, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. FIRST ROW • LOIS CHRISTINE FLURRY. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • ALICE LOUISE FLYNN ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb. • ALVARO FONSECA, ' 45. San Jose. Costa Rica; Arts and Sciences; Phi lota Alpha; Greenbackers. • THEODORE JAMES FONTELIEU. JR.. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • ROBERT WAYNE FORD, ' 46, St. Augustine, Florida; Comrrerce. • ARTURO VIRSILIO FOSSAS. ' 46. San Juan, Puerto Rico; Arts and Sciences. • THEODOR THOMAS FOSSUM. ' 46. Miami. Flarida; Engineering; Taf- frail. • PAUL SCOTT FOSTER. ' 46. Opp. Alabama; Medicine; Sigma Nu; Phi Chi. • SALLY FOSTER, ' 48, Monroe. Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. SECOND ROW • BETTY WOOLF FOWLER, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club; Art Club; Assets; Greenbackers; War Forum. • LEONARD SHERMAN FOX. ' 45. Boston. Massachusetts; Arts and Sciences. • RICHARD BEAUFORT FOX. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon, • VIKKI FOX. Dresden, Tennessee; Medicine. • ALBERT FRAENKEL. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; " Hullabaloo " : Class Vice-President (I). • WILLIAM JOHN FRAERING, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; A. S. M. E. • FYRNE M. FRANCIONI. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • DORIS JEAN FRANKEL. ' 46. Danville. Kentucky; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " . • FORREST HENRY FRANTZ ' 46, Coplay, Pennsylvania; Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sigma: Gamma Delta; Taffrail. THIRD ROW • ELLEN LUCILLE FREEMAN, ' 48, Hopkinsville, Kentucky; Newcomb; Spec- tators. • ERIC VANCE FREEMAN. ' 45. Biloxi. Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. • LORRAINE ELIZABETH FREEMAN. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " : Swimming Club; Assets, • MARY LYNN FREEMAN, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • ALICE LA VERNE FRELLSEN, ' 48, Baskin. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi: Glee Club. • FAY BETH FREY. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. • DAVID BEER FRIED. JR., ' 47, Vicksburg, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau. • GENE EDWIN FRIEDMAN, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana: Commerce; Glendy Burke. • ANDREW V. FRIEDRICHS. JR.. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. FOURTH ROW • NELL FRIEDRICHS. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega • FREDERICK ROBERT FRIZELLE, JR., ' 46, Waialua. Oahu. Hawaii; Engi. neering. • WILLIS RAY FR ' E, ' 46, Minden, Louisiana; Commerce. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; • MONICA AIMEE FUSELIER Delta Zeta; Newman Club. • HARRY JOSEPH GABRIEL. JR.. Sciences. ' 47. Ponchatoula. Louisiana; Arts and • BENJAMIN THOMAS GALLOWAY, ' 46, Moultrie. Georgia; Medicine: Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society. S MEARL GALLUP. ' 46. Woodland, California; Commerce. • MARIA A. GARCIA. ' 48. Leonardo. New Jersey; Newcomb; Spanish Club; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • OSCAR 6. GARCIA-RAMIREZ. ' 48. Aguadilla. Puerto Rico; Medicine. 67 Shorfchanged? Other Classes FIRST ROW • JOSE R. SARCIA-SUAREZ. ' 47, Santurce, Puerto Rico; Arts and Sciences. • BELA JIRDEN GARET, ' 16, San Pedro. California; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; Greenbackers; Class President (I). • LOUIS BENED ' CT GARIEPY. ' 48. Monroe. Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sig- ma Nu. • JEANNE GARRETSON. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Assets; Cheerleader. • H. FLOOD MADISON GARRETT, ' 47. Monroe, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences: Delta Kappa Epsilon. • ROSEMARY GARRETT, ' 47, Hillsboro. Texas; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • CAROL A. GATES. ' 47. Franklin. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • MARTHA CLAIRE GATES, ' 46, Mt. Willing, Alabama; Social Work. SECOND ROW • JEANNE E. GAUDET. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • MARY JO GAUTREAUX, ' 48, White Castle. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • JOANNA GEE. ' 48. Atlanta, Georgia; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club. • ERIC FRANCIS GEIGER, ' 45, Lake Butler, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Glee Club; I. R. C. • ELSIE MARIE GELPI. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; " Hullabaloo " ; Newman Club. e JAMES HOWARD GENTRY, ' 45, Montgomery, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Band; Glee Club; Operetta. • GEORGE R. GERHARD, ' 46, Monroe, Louisiana; Engineering; Band. • PATSY JAY GIBBENS. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Assets; Newcomb Athletic Council; Lagniappes; Theatre. THIRD ROW • SARAH ELKEN GIBSON, ' 46. Port Arthur, Texas; Newcomb. • WILLIAM CARLILE GIBSON. ' 46, Thomasvillc, Georgia; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • ANN GILEA. M7. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • KENNETH RAY GILLELAND. ' 46, Hobart. Oklahoma; Arts and Sciences. • BETSIE GILLESPIE, ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • ROBERT ROSE GILLESPY, JR., ' 48, Birmingham, Alabama; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • MARGARET ELIZABETH GILLIAM. ' 48, Corpus Christi. Texas; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha The+a. • LEVI GILLIKIN. JR.. ' 46. Norfolk. Virginia; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. FIRST ROW • ROSLYN ELAINE GINSBURG. ' 48, Lewisburg, Tennessee; Newcomb • CARL JOSEPH GIORDANO, ' 47, Philadelphia. Pennsylvania: Arts and Sciences. • ROBERT LOUIS SIRAUD. JR., ' 47 New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering • HARRY JOHN GLASS, II, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Law; Phi Kappa Sigma; Glendy Burke; Greenbaclters; I. R. C; Pan-Hellenic Council: Taffrail. • LEAH ROSE GLASSER. ' 47, Augusta, Georgia; Newconnb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • ARTHUR DEAN GLICK. ' 45, St. Louis. Missouri; Engineering; Sigma Pi; A. I. E. E. • RUTH ADELF GOEBEL. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • SOPHIE GOLDENBERG. ' 47. Pensacola. Florida; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " ; Campus Night; I. R. C; War Forum. • BOBBY MORRIS GOLDSMITH. ' 47, Lal e Charles. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau; Spectators; Y. M. C. A. SECOND ROW • BETTIE MAE GOLDSTEIN-. ' 47, Shreveport, Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Jennie Nixon; I. R, C • DORIS JOY GOMES. ' 46 New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Newcomb Dance Club. • MARY JOAN GONIA. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb: Phi Mu. • ROBERT FREDERIC GONS.OULIN. JR.. ' 47, Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • ELIZABETH GOOD, ' 47. Van Wert. Ohio; Newcomb. ■ LOUIS KAUFMAN GOOD. JR.. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau; T. S. C. E.; Y. M. C. A.; Intramural Football. Softball. • PAUL EDWARD GOODE. ' 46. Meridfan, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences • SEYMOUR GOODSTEIN, ' 46. Brooklyn. New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • JENNINGS WILSON GOODWIN. ' 45. Florence. Alabama; Engineering. THIRD ROW • PATRICIA WHITE GOODWIN, ' 46, Charlotte, North Carolina: Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; Spectators. • WILLIAM LEWIS GORDON. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau; A. 1. of Ch. E.; Theatre. • SAMUEL DAVIS GORE, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Arts and Sci ' ences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • EILEEN GRACE GOTT. ' 46. Greeneville. Tennessee; Social Work. • LOUISE MILDRED GOTTESMAN. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Sigma Sigma; I. R. C; Pan-Hellenic Council; War Forum. • RUTH ESTHER GOTTESMAN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Social Work; Phi Sigma Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. • RUTH lOLA GOULD, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Delta Zeta; " Hullabaloo " ; Art Club, • JOHN THOMAS GOURLEY. ' 46, Filer. Idaho; Commerce: Delta Tau Delta. • CARMELO GRAFFAGNISII. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. FOURTH ROW • PAUL NED GRAFFAGNINO. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • STEPHEN HARRY GRAHAM. JR.. ' 46. Laredo. Texas; Medicine: Phi Chi. • ROBERT NEWTON GRANTHAM, ' 46, Jackson. Mississippi; Engineering: Kappa Sigma: Band; Glee Club; Taffrail. • BETTY HATCLIFF GRAY. ' 48. Shreveport. Louisiana: Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • DUNCAN MONTGOMERY GRAY, ' 47. Jackson. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences: Delta Kappa Epsilon. • HOWARD PEYTON GREEN, JR.. ' 46, Danville. Virginia; Arts and Sciences; Glee Club. • MARION BERRY GREEN. ' 48. Paducah, Kentucky; Newcomb; Glee Club. • THOMAS ZOPHER GREEN. ' 46. Crawfordsville. Indiana; Engineering: Taffrail. • WILLIAM JEFFERSON GREEN. ' 46. Shamrock. Texas; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. 69 Don ' t open fill Christmas. Other Classes FIRST ROW • MIRIAM GREENBERG. ' 46. Atlanta. Georgia; Newcomb; Spanish Club. • REBA GREENBERG. ' 48, Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb. • RITA MAE GREGORIO. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • HAROLD SIMON GREHAN, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. • ROBERT HUGHES GREHAN. " 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM WALTON GRESHAM, JR.. ' 46. Indianoia, Mississippi; Engi- neering; Delta Kappj Epsilon. U. A, GRIMES, ' 46. Kaufman, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Taffrail. • JACK LEE GRINDLE, ' 48, Harlingen. Texas; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. SECOND ROW • AUDREY T. GROS, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • JANE ANN GROS. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Mu; Lagnlappes. • HERBERT PETER GR05SIM0N. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering: A. I. E. E.; Engineers ' Technological Atelier; Newman Club; Class Vice- President {2}. • JEAN DORIS GROSSMAN, ' 48. Corpus Christl, Texas; Newcomb. • FRANK G. GRUICH, ' 46. Biioxi. Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi; Beta Beta Beta. • CORALIE MARIE GUARINO, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " ; Art Club; Newman Club. • JOAN ELISE GUI BET. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • CHARLES EDWIN GUICE. JR.. ' 46. McComb. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Glee Club. THIRD ROW • DANIEL DICKS GUICE. ' 46. Bilox!. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • FRANCES WINIFRED SUIDRY, ■46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Operetta; Dance Club, Vice-President. • MARION ANTOINE SUIDRY. ' 46, Lafayette, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • JOSEPH A. SUILBEAU. JR.. ' 48. Newqulf. Texas; Medicine; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi. • ALBERT COLLINS GUILLOT. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • DORIS MAE GURTNER. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Theatre; Y. W. C. A. • MARY HAASE, ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. • CARL NE ' vVTON HAGGARD, ' 48, Lexington, Kentucky: Medicine: Theta Kappa Psi; History cf Medicine Society. FIRST ROW • MARTHA ELIZABETH HAIRSTON, ' 46, Warrer. Arkansas; Social Work. • ALLON KILLOUGH HALL. JR . ' 47. Dallas, Texas; Medicine; Theta Kap- pa Psl. • LYRA ANN HALPER. ' 48. Dallas, Texas; Newcomb. • DERYL ELIZAPETH HAMILTON. ' 48. ShreveporJ. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • JOHN McFARLAND HAMILTON. ' 46. Lebanon. Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WARREN REED HAMPTON. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arfs and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omeqa; Glee Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. M, C. A. • CAROL M. HAMRICK ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • WALTER LAWRENCE HANING. ' 46, Stillwater. Oklahoma: Arts and Sciences. • CHARLES OVERTON HARDEY, ' 47. Shreveport. Louisiana; Law. SECOND ROW • ELLEN JEAN HARDIN. ' 48 Shreveport. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Al- pha Theta. • HAZEL CLAIRE HARDY. ' 48, Lecompte, Louisiana: Newcomb; Chi Omeqa. • W. ROBYN HARDY, JR.. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta • PATRICIA ANN HARMAN Zeta. • ALICE JOY HARPER, ' 48, Monroe, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club. • AUGUSTA GARDINER HARPER, ' 47. Minden. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kap- pa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Newcomb Honor Board. • VYVIAN EMMA HARPEj . ' 46, Monroe, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Al- pha Theta. • FRIEDRICHS HENRY HARRIS. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences: Alpha Tau Omeqa; Newman Club; Intramural Tennis. • NINA SUE HARRIS ' 47, Columbia, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club. THIRD ROW • ROBERT OTIS HARRIS, 111. ' 46. Mobile, Alabama; Medicine; Sigma Al- pha Epsilon; Phi Chi, • ROSEBUD RUTH HARRIS. ' 46. Brooklyn. New York; Commerce. • CAROL BERNARD HART. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; " Jam- balaya " . • DESSAMAE HART. ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • MADIE MAGGARD HARVEY, ' 46, Fort Worth, Texas; Social Work. • GENE CATHERINE HASSINGER, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. • MARCIA CAROLYN HATHAWAY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Elizabethans; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club, President; Operetta; Festival Choir. • MAURICE FRANCIS HATREL. JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engi- neering; A. I, E. E. • HERBERT EARL HAUER. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. FOURTH ROW • ALFRED KENNETH HAWKES. ' 48. Goulds. Florida; Medicine. • HARRIET VIRGINIA HAWKINS. ' 46. Dallas. Texas; Newcomb; Chi Omeqa. • MILLO MARION HAWTHORNE. ' 45. Crossville, Illinois; Engineering; A, I, E. E. • YVONNE HAYES. ' 47, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Newcomb; Kappa Al- pha Theta. • RANDOLPH ARNOLD HAYNES, JR., ' 45, Austin, Texas; Commerce. • EDWIN GARWOOD HAYS, ' 46, Lexington, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • MAGRUDER GOLDMAN HAYS, ' 47, Waterproof, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omeqa, • ALAN MICHAEL HAZEN, ' 46, Shreveport, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi, • DOROTHY MATHILDE HEALEY, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Art Club. 71 Peepshow. Other Classes FIRST ROW e BETTY RUTH HEALY. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " : Newcomb Dance Club; Newman Club. • AYNAUD MAURICE HEBERT. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences and Medicine. • RENEE MARIE HEBERT. ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. • DOROTHY WATKINS HECHT. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Ptii. • ERWIN HECKER. ' 48. Washington. D. C; Arts and Sciences and Medicine. • MARIANNE HEINEMANN. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • WILLIAM ARTHUR HELSETH. ' 46. Jacksonville. Florida; Engineering; Taffrail. • ROY ALDERMAN HENDERSON. ' 46. Lake Placid. Florida; Arts and Sciences. SECOND ROW • PEGGY HENDREN, ' 47, Kansas City. Missouri; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Samma; Glee Club; Art Club. • CHARLES GORDON HENGER. ' 47, Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. BETTY CAROL HENRY. ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • WARREN BARCLAY HENRY, ' 48. Chattanooga. Tennessee; Medicine. • FRANK MELVILLE HEROY, JR.. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • DANILO A. HERRERA, ' 47. Heredia. Costa Rica; Arts and Sciences. • ARTHUR DUKES HERTZBERG. ' 46. Bayonne. New Jersey; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • HELEN LOIS HERZSTEIN. ' 48, Dallas. Texas; Newcomb. THIRD ROW • EUGENE HESDORFFER ' 46. Canton. Mississippi; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon. • FRANK RUFUS HESS, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma. • LEO EDWARD HEYMANN. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau. • BETSY ANN HEZLEH. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Glee Club; Operetta. • ANN HIGGISON, ' 46. Mobile. Alabama; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club; Newcomb Dormitory Council. • CATHERINE HILDEBRAND, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • H, JACK HINRICHS, ' 46. New Orleans. Louis iana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Wesley Foundation; Intramural Softball; " Techni-Torque. " • JOE ELBE HIRSCH. ' 46. Middletown. Missouri; Arts and Sciences. • ELA HOCKADAY. FIRST ROW Fort Worth. Texas; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo • RICHARD SAMUEL NODES, ' 47. De Land, Florida: Medicine; Sigma Alplia Mu; Plii Delta Epsilon, • ANN HODGE, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; New- comb Dance Club; Y. W. C. A. • EVELYN ANN HODGES. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • CHARLES LAMBERT HOFFMAN. ' 44. Pensacola. Florida; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Delta Theta . • DANIEL HUBERT HOFFMAN. JR.. ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • FRANK BRYAN HOGAN. ' 46. Hattiesburq. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. • LAMAR ADOLPH HOKANSON. ' 44. Austin, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • EMMETT BRADFORD HOLBROOK, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineer- ing; Kappa Sigma; " Jambalaya " ; Glendy Burke; Campus Night. SECOND ROW • WINNIE OLA HOLDEN. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • HUGH REDNINE HOLDER. ' 46. Newport. Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. • BETTY JEAN HOLLAND. ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • DORCAS NOEL HOLLINGSWORTH. ' 48. Lexington. Kentucky; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Cheerleader; War Forum. • PIERRE EARL HOLLOWAY. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • CAROLYN HOLMES, ' 48. Bay Minette, Alabama; Newcomb; Delta Zefa. • FREDDIE HOM. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • RUTH SHIPPEN HOPPE. ' 48. Atlanta. Georgia; Newcomb; Glee Club. • LEO GALLASPY HORAN. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. THIRD ROW • GLORIA TOLSTOY HORWITZ. ' 48. Wichita Falls. Texas; Newcomb. • ANNA GIBSON HOVER, ' 48. Gulfport. Mississippi; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club. e FRANK ALBERT HOWARD. ' 47. Enid. Oklahoma; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • ANN HOWELL ' 48. Alexandria. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • ANN ROBINSON HOWELL. ' 48. Atlanta. Georgia; Newcomb: Chi Omega; Glee Club. • G. JEAN HOWELL. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • WALTER LYALL HOWELL, JR.. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana: Medicine: Phi Chi; Phi Beta Kappa; Kappa ' Delta Phi; History of Medicine Society; Greenbackers; Y. M. C. A.: Omicron Delta Kappa. • GLORIA MAE HOWELLS. ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • MARJORIE HOWENSTEIN. ' 47. Cape Girardeau. Missouri; Commerce. FOURTH ROW • JAMES HAROLD HOYLE, ' 46, Gulfport, Mississippi; Engineering; A. I. • CAROLYN ELIZABETH HUBELE. ' 46, New Orleans Louisiana- Newcomb Glee Club; Art Club. o LUCILLE MIGNONNE HUCK, ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb Delta Zeta; " Hullabaloo ' ; Theatre; Newman Club. • ADELAIDE HUEY. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi Art Club; Intramurals. • GEORGE A. HUFF. ' 46. Har risonburg. Louisiana: Engineering. • JOYCE HELEN HUFF. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb- Delta Zeta; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Theatre. • JOE H. HUGGHINS. ' 46. Bryan. Texas; Arts and Sciences: Alpha Phi Omega; Band. • BEVERLY LODGE HUGHES. ' 46. Gulfport. Mississippi; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. • HELENA SHIRLEY HUMMEL. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club; " Jambalaya " : " Hullabaloo. " 73 Through for the day. Other CttBsses FIRST ROW • JOHN LEONARD HUNT. ' 45. Rosepine. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. • DEE R. HUNTER, ' 46, American Fork. Utah: Commerce: Pi Kappa Alpha. • MAYS BOSWALL HUNTER. ' 45. Macon. Mississippi; Engineering. • PATRICIA JEANNE HUNTER, ' 48. Houston. Texas: Newcomb; Zcta Tau Alpha: Glee Club. • SHIRLEE MAE HUPPENBAUER. ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Theatre. • PEGSY JEAN HURLEY. ' 48. San Antonio. Texas; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • SAMERILL BENSON HUTTON. JR., ' 48, Fort Smith. Arkansas; Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Chi. • MAY HYMAN, ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; " Hullabaloo " : Art Club: Assets; I. R. C; Theatre; War Forum; Y, W. C, A, SECOND ROW • AGNES ANN lANNAZZO, ' 4t, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • MONITA MARIE IMBERT. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta. • JULIUS EMANUEL ISAACSON, JR.. ' 44. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; " Hullabaloo " : Theatre. • MARJORIE ISAACSON, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • ROSLYN ISON. " 47. Atlanta. Georgia; Newcomb; Chi Omega; " Jam- balaya " ; Art Club; Newcomb Dance Club, • DALTON M. IVINS, ' 46, Memphis, Tennessee; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta. • ADELE NORCOM JACKSON, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • ANN ELIZABETH JACKSON, ' 48, Shreveport, Louisiana: Newcomb. THIRD ROW • BEVERLY BRITTON JACKSON, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JOEL MATHEWS JACKSON. JR.. ' 47. Lecompte. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • MARY ALICE JACKSON, ' 47. Monroe, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Y. W. C. A. • NITA ELSIE JACOBI, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce, • PAUL OSWALD JAGGER, ' 45, Pueblo, Colorado; Arts and Sciences. • DEWITT BASS JAMES. ' 46. Midnight. Mississippi; Medicine; Kappa Alpha; Ph! Chi. • FRED RICHARD JAMES. ' 46. Prague. Oklahoma: Arts and Sciences, • THOMAS NAUN JAMES, ' 46, Amory, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Band; Glee Club; Operetta; Symphony Orchestra; Green- backers; Y. M. C, A. FIRST ROW • JOHN BROADUS JAMESON. ' 47, Camden. Arkansas; Arts and Sciences. • MARION LEE JARRELL. ' 44. Alexandria. Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Phi Kappa Sigma. • FRANCIS LEON JAUBERT, JR.. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences: Medicine. • HERBERT LEON JEFFORDS. JR.. ' 47. Bainbridge. Georgia; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. • BETTIE ANN JELKS. ' 48 New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • MARION F. JENNINGS. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; " Hullabaloo " ; Spectators. • ALETHIA EDITH JENSEN. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; New- man Club. • ROBERT HOWARD JERNIGAN. ' 46. Dunedin. Florida; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega; Glee Club; Pan-Hellenic Council. • OLIVE LYNN JEWELL. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. SECOND ROW • RAFAEL ANGEL JIMINEZ. ' 46. San Juan. Puerto Rico. • JOSEPH W. JOACHIM. JR.. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences: Alpha Tau Omega; " Hullabaloo " ; Newman Club. • ALBAN EMILE JOFFRION, ' 48. Laurel. Mississippi; Medicine: Theta Kappa Psi. • JOHN JOFKO, ' 46, Passaic, New Jersey; Medicine: Alpha Kappa Kappa. • BETTE WINIFRED JOHN. ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi, • BARA MAE JOHNSON, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • CHARLES OWEN JOHNSON. ' 46. Monroe. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • DOROTHY DALE JOHNSON. ' 47. Columbia. Mississippi; Newcomb; Glee Club. • EUGENE BONNIE JOHNSON. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. THIRD ROW • GLORIA VIRGINIA JOHNSON, ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. • KENNETH SAMUEL JOHNSON, JR., ' 47, Sebring, Florida; Arts and Sciences. • OWEN BRATTAIN JOHNSON, JR., ' 46, Peru, Indiana; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi; Class Vice-President (1) • PHYLLIS MOREON JOHNSON, ' 47, Brookhaven, Mississippi; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Operetta: " Jambalaya " ; Assets; Newcomb Student Gov- ernment Association: Newcomb Honor Board; Class President (2), • RICHARD JAY JOHNSON, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: Sigma Chi. • ANNE ELIZABETH JOHNSTON. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; " Jambalaya. " • CHARLES J. JOINER. ' 46. Monroe. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • CURTIS WHITTEMORE JONES, JR.. ' 45. Benton, Arkansas: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • FLORENCE PIERPONT JONES. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. FOURTH ROW O LLOYD CLARK JONES, ' 46, Wharton, Texas; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Chi; Wrestling: Football. • LORYS SUE JONES. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " : Art Club; Wesley Foundation, • MARGARET ADELE JONES, ' 47, Kankakee, Illinois; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. c MARGUERITE ANN JONES. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club- Operetta; Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. W, C. A, e MURIEL ELAINE JONES, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Zeta. • ROBERT EUGENE JONES, ' 47, Benton, Arkansas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Band- • VIRGINIA JONES, ' 48 Alexandria, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma • CARMEL BARBARA JORDAN, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb, • CAROLINE RAU JORDY, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Theatre. 75 Have you heard about Other Classes FIRST ROW a KENNETH LLOYD JORNS, ' 48, Tulsa. Oklahoma: Medicine: Lambda Chi Alpha: Sword and Kev: Who ' s Who. e RODNEY CLIFTON JUNS. ' 44, New Orleans, Louisiana: Medicine: Phi Rho Sigma: Beta Mu: Phi Beta Kappa: History of Medicine Society: A Cappella Choir: Glee Club; Operetta; Class Treasurer (2): Student Body Treasurer (3). • ADOREE IRENE JUNSUA. ■48. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb. • CHARLES NEWMAN KAHN, JR.. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineer- ing: Zeta Seta Tau: A. S. M. E.: Math Club. e LEON KAHN, ' 18, Sebring. Florida: Medicine: Zeta Beta Tau: Phi Delta Epsilon. e LEONA WEIL KAHN, ' 48, Jackson, Mississippi: Alpha Epsilon Phi: " Jambalaya. " o SERGEI KAMPAKIS. ' 46. Birmingham. Alabama: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Alpha: Taffrail Club. • MAXINE KAPLAN. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb: Phi Sigma Sigma: Spectators SECOND ROW • HARRIET BETTY KARCHMER, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Eta Sigma Phi; La Tertulia: Oreades. • NORMAN THEODORE KARCHMER. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Y. M. C. A. • DORIS MAE KARTER. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Phi Mu; Lagniappes; Math Club. • CAROLINE RAE KARTUS. ' 47. Montgomery. Alabama; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; " Hullabaloo " ; I. R. C. • SAM KARTUS. Bessemer. Alabama; Medicine: Phi Delta Epsilon. • ANNA WOODWARD KASTLER. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron PI, • BURTON KATZ. ' 46. New York. New York; Medicine. • DAVID KATZ. ' 46. New York. New York; Arts and Sciences; " Hullabaloo. " THIRD ROW • DOROTHY KATZ. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; War Forum. • DOROTHY ELIZABETH KATZER. ' 48. Fort Smith. Arkansas; Newcomb. • SUSAN KEENAN, " 46, Shreveport. Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • RICHARD MARSHALL KEISER. ' 46. Harlingeh. Texas; Commerce; Delta Tau Delta; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council. • DOLORES MARY KELLEY ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Oreades; Newman Club; Y. W. C. A. • EDLEA JANICE KELLY ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; " Jam- balaya " : Class Treasurer (3), • L. ELIZABETH KENAN ' 45, Selma, Alabama; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club. • MILES PAUL KERNAGHAN. ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Chi. FIRST ROW • JOSEPH LAWRENCE KILLEEN, JR.. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engi- neering; Beta Theta PI; Football. • WAYNE WORDEN KILLION, ' 46. Foley. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • FARISS DERRING KIMBELL. ' 47. Tucson, Arizona; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • JOSEPH CLEMENT KING. ' 47. Jackson. Mississippi; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa, • RICHARD HARDING KING. ' 46. Louisville. Kentucky; Commerce: Alpha Phi Omega, Vice-President; Class President (!); Band. Vice-President; " Hulla- baloo " ; Wesley Foundation. • WILLIAM FOLLFTT KING, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • ALMON GERARD KIRKWOOD. " 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi. • JOHN KLEMIC. ' 46, Nesquehoning. Pennsylvania; Arts and Sciences. • MAX BERNARD KLENBERG. ' 47, Atlanta, Georgia; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; " Hullabaloo. " SECOND ROW • WILKES ALLEN KNOLLE. ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine: Delta Tau Delta; Theta Kappa Psi. • JOEL MARCELLA KNOWLES. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Newcomb Dance Club; Newman Club. • BETTY JANE KOENIG. ' 47. Miami, Florida; Newcomb. • SHIRLEY ADEL KOLTUN, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; " Hulla- baloo. " • S. LEWIS KOOK, ' 47, Jersey City, New Jersey; Medicine; Kappa Nu; Phi Lambda Kappa. • WALLACE KORN, ' 46. Brooklyn. New York; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa. • JAMES LEROY KOTCH. ' 45, Little Rock, Arkansas; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Chi Sigma; A. I. of Ch. E. • EUGENE A, KRAEMER. JR., ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Chi Sigma. • FRITZI YSABELITA KRANZ. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Zeta; Gamma Delta. THIRD ROW • MARIE ROSE KRUMER, ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • PHILIP J. KRUPP. JR.. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences and Medicine; Beta Mu; Theta Kappa Psi; Delta Sigma Phi. • COLEMAN KUHN. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi. • JACK KUSHNER. ' 47, Brooklyn, New York; Medicine; Kappa Nu; Phi Lambda Kappa. • FANNIE LAVEu ' -E KYKER. ' 48. Hattiesburg. Mississippi; Newcomb; Spanish Club; Newcomb Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; " Hullabaloo, " • GUY CLAYTON KYNERD. ' 46. Meridian, Mississippi; Engineering; Kappa Sigma; A. I. E. E. s JOYCELYN LABICHE. ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • ALICE CLAIRE LACASSIN. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Law. • LASLEY KIRK LACEWELL, ' 46 Beaumont. Texas; Engineering; A, I. E. E.; Y. M. 0. A. FOURTH ROW e JOSEPH ALCIDE LACOUR. JR.. ' 45. Meridian, Mississippi; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; Alpha Chi Sigma. e RANDALL O ' CONNELL LAFFRE. ' 46. Mobile, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • ROSE MARIE LA FRANCA, ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. a CHARLES ANTHONY LA FRATTA. ' 47. Richmond. Virginia; Arts and Sciences; Band. • HARRIET HELENE LAIRD, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; New- comb Glee Club; Operetta; Theatre; Newman Club. • KATHARINE EUNICE lAIRD. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Newcomb Glee Club; Operetta; Theatre; Newman Club. a CLAIRE LOUISE LALLY. ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Newman Club. » HERBERT CHRISTOPHER LAMBERT, JR., ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. • JEAN RUTH LAMBOU. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Theatre; Y. W. C. A, 77 Could this be the library? Other C I €B s s e s FIRST ROW • ROBERT LAMAR LAMBRIGHT, JR., ' 47, Jackson, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. « ROBERT COLUMBUS LANCASTER. ' IS, Bolton, Mississippi: Medicine: Tlieta Kappa Psi, s GLORIA STELLA LANDAICHE. ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • MARILYN LYDIA LANDWEHR. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newconnb. • HARRIET LANS. ' 47. New York. New York; Newcomb: " Hullabaloo " : I. R. C: War Forum; Y. W. C. A. • ALVIN HAROLD LASSEN. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Greenbackers. O A, C. LASSITER, ' 46, Cleveland, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha: Band; Taffrail Club. • CLARENCE CLAYTON LASTER. ' 45, Vivian, Louisiana; Engineering; A. I. SECOND ROW • JOHN ALBERT LAURENT. JR , ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering, • PAUL DOUGLASS LAWLER, ' 46, Huntsville, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • RUSSELL GRANT LAZENBY, ' 46. Nashville, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. • GEORGE SITUS LEACHMAN. ' 46. Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • BEVERLY JOAN LE BLANC, ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb, • CLYDE HOA LE BLANC, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • CULLEN JOSEPH LE BLANC ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Band. • MARY FRANCES LE BLANC. ' 47, Scott, Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Delta PI. THIRD ROW • RICHARD JAMES LE BLANC, ' 46, Donaldsonvllle, Louisiana: Law; Moot Court; Student Body Secretary. • EDV ARD NORMAN LEE, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • GRIFF C. LEE. ' 47, Anguilla, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. • JAMES KINLER LEES, ' 47, Jacksonville, Florida; Medicine: Theta Kappa Psi. • ARNOLD KENNETH LEFKOVITS. ' 46, Bessemer, Alabama; Arts and Sci- ences; Taffrail. • MARIE LOUISE LE GARDEUR, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • JAMES JOSEPH LEGEAI. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineering: Delta Sigma Phi. • MILDRED CLAIRE LEGEAI, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Newman Glee Club; Y. yi . C. A. • JEAN MARIE LEGENDRE. Omega; " Jamba laya. " FIRST ROW ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi • MARION LOUISE LEGENDRE. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Newcomb Glee Club; Lagniappes; Student Center Council. • WALTER JOHN LEGER. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • LINDEN BENTLEY LEJEUNE, ' 48. Kaplan. Louisiana; Newcomb. • MARGUERITE MALKSON LELAND. ' 48. Bar Harbor. Maine; Newcomb. • MARGARET STANLEY LEMARIE, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • MERLE ELIZABETH LEMIEUX. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu • WILLIAM FREDERICK T. LENFESTEY. ' 46. Tampa. Florida; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • EUGENE EDWIN LEON, JR., ' 46. Chalmette. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. SECOND ROW • MARIAN ROSE LEOPOLD. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Spec- tators; War Forum. • ROSALIE LEVIN. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Siqma Sigma. • ERNEST LEE LEVINGSTON, ' 46, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Engineering; Theatre. • A. HERBERT LEVY. JR.. ' 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi. • AUDREY HELEN LEVY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Spanish Club; Ne.wman Club. • CAROLYN LEVY. ' 48. Houston. Texas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • EOLA LOUISE LEVY. ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • RICHARD LESLIE LEVY. ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Y. M. C. A. • ROSEMARY D. LEVY. ' 47. Kansas City. Missouri; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; I. R. C. THIRD ROW • TESS ANN LEVY, ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Theatre. • WALTER EDMOND LEVY, JR.. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana: Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon; Beta Mu; History of Medicine Society. • BILLY ORVILLE LEWIS. ' 47, Kentwood, Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Thcta Pi, • GEORGE N. LEWIS, ' 45, Bartow, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • LOYCE FRANCES LIDDELL. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Art Club. • ROMMIE JEAN LIDDELL. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Simga Omicron. • HUGH ALLEN LILES, ' 44. Birmingham. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Track Team (I). • EMILY LOU LirPER. ' 46. Houston, Tcnas; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Newcomb Dance Club; War Forum • SARA LISENBY. ' 48, Almore. Alabama; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. FOURTH ROW • ROBERT H. LISTER. JR.. ' 47, Birmingham, Alabama; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi; Pi Kappa Alpha; History of Medicine Society. • CORBET CLARKE LOCKE, ' 47, Center, Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • BETTY JOY LODWICK, ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • ROBERT LOGAN. ' 47. Denison Iowa; Arts and Sciences; Football (I). • SAM LOGAN. ' 47 New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Beta Mu; Kappa Delta Phi; History of Medicine Society; Greenbackers; Lagniappes. • WALMSLEY SYLVESTER P. LOKER. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Football (I). • CLARENCE ALBERIC LORIO, ' 47. Baton Rouge. Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • HATTIE IRMA lORIO, ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Theatre. • PAUL HENRY LORRAIN. ' 44. Melder, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Taffrail, 79 Other Classes FIRST ROW s RICHARD MOORE LOTSPEICH. ■«. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Intramural Softbali, Baseball. DAVID E LOVEIvlAN. ' 48. Gadsden, Alabama; Medicine; Pi Kappa Alptia; a WILLIAM MAXWELL LUCAS, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Commerce; " Hullabaloo " ; Glendy Burke. • ADELE LUEHRMANN, ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. e JOHN H. LUFT. ' 47, Mobile, Alabama; Arts and Sciences. f« furuRc or CZfCHOSLOWKIA ' ' ' ■■ ' ' ■ ' " " ■ill iri lli • GLORIA ELIZABETH LUSHER. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce. • JOYCE DAPHNE LUTZ. ' 48. Tampa Florida; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. Lucky Czechoslovaltia. • GEORGE DEWEY LYONS, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Band. SECOND ROW • DONLEEN CAROL MACDONALD, ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • MARY MOSS MADISON, ' 46. Bastrop. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • BEnY MAGEE, Theta. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha • AZALEIGH BAKER MAGINNIS. 44, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; A Cappella Choir; Elizabethans; Glee Club. • BETTY ANNE MAILHES. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • JULIA AGNES MALONEY. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce. • MELVIN MANDEL. ' 46. Brooklyn. New York; Medicine. • PHILIP CHARLES MANGELSDORF. ' 46. Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Taffrail. THIRD ROW • JOHN BENJAMIN MANN, JR.. ' 46. Mulberry. Florida; Engineering; Kappa Sigma: Taffrail. • ANTONIA MANOS. ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb. • NELSON MANOWITZ. ' 47, Jersey City. New Jersey; Medicine; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • GEORGE MARKHAM MARCH. ' 48. Mobile. Alabama; Medicine. • LAWRENCE NOLAN MARCHAL, ' 46. Gary. Indiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Band. • LEE DEMELMAN MARCUSE. ' 48, Scarsdale, New York; Newcomb. • ALYCE M. MARECHAL. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • VERNON STANLEY MARET, JR.. ' 46, Gonzales, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Band. FIRST ROW SECOND ROW • ABRAHAM MARKOSIAN. ' 46. Salt Lake City, Utah; Commerce; Gamma Delta. • BERTHE LATHROP MARKS. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; Laqniappes, • CHARLES GALE MARKWARD. ' IB. Fort Wortti, Texas; Medicine: Alpha Kappa Kappa. • MARY MARSH. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • ROBERT CURTIS MARSHALL. JR.. ' 45. San Antonio. Texas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Football. • BETTY MARTIN, ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • MARCELLA BEARING MARTIN. ' 46, Macon, Georgia; Social Work. • JOHN RICHARD MARTINEAU. ' 47. Salt Lake City. Utah; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • CARMEN PILAR MARTINEZ. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta. • HECTOR ANIBAL MARTINEZ. ' 48, Ceiba. Puerto Rico; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • DICK MARTORELL, ' 46. Tampa. Florida; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. • MARY FRANCES MARULLO. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • M. ANN MASON ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; " Hullabaloo " ; Lagniappes. • JACK RUDOLPH MASSEY. ' 46, Norwalk, California; Arts and Sciences; Glee Club. • LOUIS T. MASTOS. " 46. Los Angeles. California; Commerce. LEONA JOY MATTES. " 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • MARILYN MATTHEW. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb: Alpha Omicron Pi. • CHARLES VAUGHAN MATTHEWS. ' 47. Independence. Missouri; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW • LOUIS BROWN MAHHEWS. JR.. ' 46. Jackson. Tennessee; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Phi Omega. • WILLIAM ROBERT MAnOX. ' 47. New Sciences: Alpha Tau Omega. Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and • EL5A TOTLI MAUFFRAY, ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb. • FELICE EGAN MAURER, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma; " Jambalaya " ; Assets; Spanish Club; Class Vice-President (2). • PATRICIA ANN MAXWELL. ' 47, Cookyille, Tennessee: Newcomb: Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " : Spectators. • WANNA JOYCE MAY, ' 48. Mobile. Alabama; Newcomb. • FRANK VALENTINE MAYER. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma; Y. M. C. A. • JULIA ALICE MAYER, ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Theatre. • ANNE SAMS MAYFIELD, ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • EDWIN MARION MAYO. ' 45, Harahan. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi. » JOHN WILL McCALL. JR.. ' 47. Jasper. Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Ps!. • WILLIAM WHITLEY McCALL, ' 46. Coyington. Tennessee: Medicine: Nu Sigma Nu. • GEORGE EDWARD McCASKEY. JR.. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Medi- cine; Pi Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; History of Medicine Society; Director Intramural Council (I): Class President (I). (3): Class Secretary (4); Who ' s Who. • BITZA L. McCAY, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi. • LOWELL REECE McCLARY. ' 47. Knoxyille Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Y. M. C. A. • BEVERLY SHAW McCLURE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Theatre. • SUZANNE MYRTHE McCONNELL, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • WILLIAM CROWDER McCORD. Sciences: Delta Sigma Phi. Shreveport, Louisiana: Arts and 81 Other Classes Escape. FIRST ROW e WILLIAM PALMER McCORD, ' 45. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: Kappa Alpha: Engineers ' Technological Atelier: Taffrail. a ROBERT MOORE McCOWN, ' 46, Mobile, Alabama: Engineering: Beta Theta Pi: Glendy Burlie: Taffrail. e STANLEY JOSEPH McCUNNEY, JR., ' 46, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania: Arts and Sciences. o MARION F. McDonald. ' 46, Kansas City. Missouri: Comnnerce: Pi Kappa Alpha, • MARTHA LISE McDONOUSH, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb: P! Beta Phi, • DAVID HENRY McGEE, ' 46, Monroe, Louisiana: Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha: Band: Y, M. C. A, • SIBYL LETITIA McGEE, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Commerce: Delta Zeta: " Jambalaya " : Pan-Hellenic Council: Theatre: Y, W. C. A, • NOELLE THERESA McGOEY, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb. SECOND ROW • ROBERT ASHLEY McGOWAN, ' 46, Hawthorne, Nevada: Arts and Sciences: Glee Club. • ROBERT STEPHENS McGREGOR, ' 47, Hattiesburg, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. • CHARLES EDMUND McHALE, JR., ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineer- ing: Taffrail: Theatre, • JEANNE MARIE McHENRY, ' 48, Miami Beach, Florida: Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta: Glee Club, • BETTY MclNTOSH. ' 46, Savannah, Georgia: Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi: " Hullabaloo " : Newcomb Dance Club: Spectators, • TOM MclNTOSH, ' 46, Gulfport, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences: Delta Sigma Phi: Cheerleader: Lagniappes: Pan-Hellenic Council; Student Center Council; Taffrail; Theatre; Y. M. C. A.; Intramurals; Swimming Team; Class President (2). • BILLY DEAN McKNEELY. ' 48. Cherokee, Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • NANCY JANE McLARTY. ' 47, Atlanta, Georgia; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Assets; Spectators, THIRD ROW • MARY HOWARD McLAUGHLlN, ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club. • DONALD CHARLES McLEAISH, ' 46, Beaumont, Texas; Arts and Sciences, • CECIL BROWN McLEOD. ' 47, Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. • CHARLES DUNCAN McMILLAN, ' 47, Paris, Texas; Medicine; Phi Kappa Sigma; Theta Kappa Psi. • FRANK V. McMILLEN. ' 46. Columbia, Tennessee; Engineering; Phi Kappa Sigma; Taffrail; Y. M. C. A. • LUCIE HESTER McMURRY, ' 48, Atlanta, Georgia; Newcomb; Alpha Omi- cron Pi. • MARK R. Mc ?UINN, ' 46, Chattanooga, Oklahoma; Commerce. • WILLIAM CHARLES McQUINN, ' 46, Greenwood, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Tau Omega. ' M i ' FIRST ROW • ANDREW JOSEPH McWHORTER, ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineer- ing; Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT RICHARD MEIER. ' 46. Canton. Ohio; Arts and Sciences. • ROBERT LEE MEIERS. ' 48, Enid. Oklahoma; Arts and Sciences and Medicine. • ARTHUR MURRAY MEISEL. ' 46. Brooklyn. New York; Medicine; Kappa Nu; National Collegiate Players; Spectators; Theatre; War Forum. • FRANK STANLEY MENDEL. ' 46. Saginaw, Michigan; Arts and Sciences. • CHALITA MAE MENENDEZ. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Newman Club. • HELEN ELIZABETH MERIWETHER, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: New- comb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club; Operetta; Assets. • ROBERT ERLE MERRILL, ' 46. Birmingham. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; A Cappella Choir; Greenbackers. • HINTON JONES MERRITT. ' 47, Coiguitt, Georgia; Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Chi. SECOND ROW • SELMA MEXIC. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • PEGGY M. MICHEL. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • MARJORIE JULIENNE MILAM, ' 48, North Carrollton. Mississippi; New- comb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Glee Club; Theatre. • SALVATORE NICHOLAS MILAZZO. ' 45. Elizabeth, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences; Y. M. C. A. • CARMEL ELISE MILHAS. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana: Commerce; Phi Mu. • BETTY JEAN MILLER. ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • BETTY LOU MILLER, ' 47, Gretna, Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A.; Gamma Delta. • CECIL BESSIE MILLER. ' 47, Gretna, Louisiana: Newcomb; Wesley Founda- tion. • MERTON EARL MILLMAN, ' 47, Houma, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. THIRD ROW • HENRY ARMAND MILLON. ' 47, Altoona, Pennsylvania; Arts and Sciences: Delta Sigma Phi; Glee Club: Operetta; Glendy Burke; Theatre. • ELAINE FAY MILLS. ' 47. San Antonio. Texas; Newcomb. • CHARLES POTTER MILNE. ' 46. San Dimas. California; Engineering; Glee Club. • ALBERT N. MIMS, JR., ' 47. Drift. Kentucky; Arts and Sciences. • WALTON WILLIS MINCHEW, JR., ' 46. Breckenridge. Texas: Arts and Sciences. • JOHN KENNEDY MINYARD. JR.. ' 48, Jackson. Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Chi. • JERRYE JOAN MIRANDONA. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • TOMMYE GERMAINE MIRANDONA. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; New- comb: Alpha Omicron Pi. • JACK E. MOLESWORTH. ' 46, Kansas City. Missouri; Commerce: War Forum. FOURTH ROW • LARRY JOSEPH MOLONY. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Tau Omega. • MARGARET MOLONY. ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • FRANK DOUGLAS MONTAGUE. JR.. ' 46, Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Engi- neering; Beta Theta Pi; Tatfrail. • JAMES N. MONTGOMERY, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering- Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • PHILIP RUSSELL MONTGOMERY, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Com- merce; Phi Kappa Sigma. • WILLIAM PEYTON MOOMAW. ' 45. Staunton, Virginia; Commerce: Delta Tau Delta. • AL JOSEPH MOORE, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Glendy Burke. • HELEN SHAVER MOORE, • JAMES GENTRY MOORE, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. Amarillo, Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. 83 Frustrated Freshman. Other Classes FIRST ROW • SUSAN C. MOORE. ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi. • MARIE ODETTE MORAN. ' t. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newconnb; Pi Beta Phi. • FRANK JAY MORGAN. JR.. ' 4B. Marion, Mississippi; Medicine; Sigma Nu; Theta Kappa Psi. • JENE BERRY MORGAN. JR.. ' 46, Glendale. California; Commerce. • ELIZABETH MORPHY. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Alpha Sigma Sigma; Art Club; Newcomb Honor Board; Campus Night; Lagniappes; Student Center Council; Art School President. • ALTON JOSEPH MORRIS. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • BEVERLY VAIRIN MORRIS, ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • JOSEPH ALOYSIUS MORRIS. ■47. Bronx. New York; Arts and Sciences. SECOND ROW • SHIRLEY JEAN MORRIS, ' 47. Houston. Texas; Newcomb. • BEVERLY CLAIRE MORSE, ' 46. Kansas City. Missouri; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art Club. • ANDREAS V. N. MORTENSEN. ' 46. Mobile. Alabama; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Theta Kappa Psi. • POPE LLOYD MOSELEY III ' 46. Meridian Mississippi; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • HERBERT LEON MOSKOWIT2 ' 47, Flatbush, New York; Medicine; Kappa Nu. • CLEMENT MURFHY MOSS, JR.. ' 46. Lake Charles. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi; Alpha Phi Omega; Band; Glee Club; Operetta; " Jambalaya, " . Co-Editor; Publications Board; Glendy Burke. Vice-President (2); Greenbackers; Theatre; Honor Board; Class Vice-President (2); Y. M. C. A.. Cabinet. • SALLY RAE MOSS ' 46 New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • WILLIAM MAURICE MOTEN. ' 46. Western Grove, Arkansas: Arts and Sciences. THIRD ROW • FRANCIS PRESTON MOTTRAM. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; Pan-Hellenic Council. • ALCEE GONZAGUE MOUTON. ' 47, Lafayette. Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ences. • ROBERT AIDEN MUDD. ' 45. Birmingham. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • RUDOLPH JULIUS MUELLING. ' 46. Gulfport. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. • CHARLOTTE MUGNIER. ' 46. Chalmefte. Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Operetta; " Hullabaloo " ; Spectators. • JOHN PAUL MUHLEISEN. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Beta Mu. • FRED J. MULLER. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; " Jambalaya. " • LOUISE MOORE MUNSON. ' 46. Jeanerette, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. FIRST ROW • NICKIE MUNTEAN, JR , ' 47. Youngstown, Ohio; Arts and Sciences. • SHIRLEY MUROV, ' 47. Shreveport. Louisiana; Ncwcomb; Slee Club. • MICHAEL THOMAS MURPHY. ' 4S. Mobile. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. • SIDNEY AUGUSTINE MURRAY. ' 46. Vidalia. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Band; Newman Club. • MARLON LOUISE MURTISHAW. ' 46. Bossier City. Louisiana: Engineering. • ROBERT WOODROW MYERS. ' 4S. Chattanooga. Tennessee; Medicine. • PHIL JOSEPH NAQUIN. JR.. ' 47. Thibodaux, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences, • JEAN BRYANT NASH, ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • LILLIAN MARY NEGUELOUA, ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. SECOND ROW • JOSEPH WILLIAM NELKIN. ' 47. Houston. Texas; Arts and Sciences; Glendy Burke; War Forum. • PAUL ASHBEL NEWELL, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • W. TAYLOR NEWSOM, ' 45, Coleman. Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi; History of Medicine Society. • JOSEPH ROY NEWSOME. ' 45, Natchez. Mississippi; Engineering. • BETTE NICOLL. ' 48, Charlotte. North Carolina; Newcomb; Glee Club. • JACK ALTON NIELSEN. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • WILLIAM FLORENCE NIELSEN, III ' 47. Little Rock. Arkansas; Arts and Sciences. • CHARLIE RAY NIX. ' 48. Ellisyille, Mississippi; Law. • KENNETH GORDON. NIX. ' 47. Spartanburg, South Carolina; Medicine; Phi Chi; History of Medicine Society THIRD ROW • MAUDE GLORIA NIXON. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Zcts; " Hullabaloo " ; Y. W. C. A. • WILLIAM ROBERT NIXON. ' 47. Pine BluH. Arkansas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • JACOUELYN ANN NOELL. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. • TOM DAV1I3 NORMAN. ' 48. Haynesville. Louisiana; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. • JANET ANN NORTHROP. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • BRUCE N. NUNEZ. ' 47. Arabi, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Gamma Delta: Y. M. C. A. • GEORGE HENRY NUSLOCH. JR.. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineer- ing; Phi Kappa Sigma. • JOHN BARTLETT NUTTER. ' 47. Tegucigalpa. Honduras; Arts and Sciences, e FREDRIK FURMAN NYBERS. ' 47, Wichita. Kansas; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu. FOURTH ROW • JOCELYN ALICE NYLAND, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; A Cappella Choir; Newcomb Glee Club; Operetta; Spanish Club. • CLIFFORD OLIVER NYMAN. ' 46. Lockport. Illinois: Engineering; Taffrail. HENRY WARREN OBAUGH. ' 46. Staunton. Virginia; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • LEILA MAYS OBIER. ' 46. Plaquemine, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; I. R. C; Pan-Hellenic Council. • JOEL ANN O ' BRIEN. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • ANTHONY JOSEPH OCCHIPINTI. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineer- ing. • JOHNNY LOCKWOOD OCHSNER, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences: Beta Theta Pi. • PAT ELIZABETH O ' CONNOR, ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Newman Club. • LEWIS GUY ODOM. JR.. ' 46. Mobile. Alabama; Engineering: Phi Kappa Sigma; Taffrail. £5 What ' s so funny? Other Classes FIRST ROW • WILLIAM GLEN ODOM. ' 47. Haynesville. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. o JOSEPH ROBIE OELKERS. JR.. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • HILAIRE duBERTRAND OSDEN. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences: Beta Theta Pi. • WILLIAM WRIGHT OGDEN, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sci- ences; Beta Theta Pi. a ROY RYOICHI OHTANI. ' 48, Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii; Medicine, a TAKESHI OKANO, ' 48. Keauiio.u. Kona. Territory of Hawaii; Medicine. • PATRICK GORDON O ' KEEFE. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering. • ADA MAE OLDENBURG. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb. SECOND ROW • GEORGE ALVIN OLDENBURG. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • SHEILA NATALIE O ' LEARY. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi. e VIGGO B. OLSEN, ' 47. Omaha. Nebraska; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • MILTON CLARENCE O ' NEAL. JR.. ' 46 Port Arthur. Texas; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. o DORIS MAE O ' NEIL. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club; Lagnlappes. • JAMES FRANCIS O ' NEIL. JR.. New Orleans. Louisiana: Commerce: Delta Sigma Phi. • MARGARET O ' NEIL ' 48. Rome, Georgia; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. • JOAN H. OPOTOWSKY. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; " Hulla- baloo " : I- R- C.; Theatre. THIRD ROW • STANLEY JEROME ORLOFF, ' 47, Brooklyn, New York; Medicine: Kappa Nu. • WALTER ERIC OST. ' 46. St. Joseph. Michigan; Engineering. • JANE OWEN. ' 46. Dadaville. Alabama; Social Work. • COURTNEY E. OWENS. ' 46. Washington. D. C; Commerce. • LESTER JEMISON OWENS. ' 45. Chattanooga. Tennessee; Engineering; Band • MARY ANNE OWENS, ' 48, Heflin, Alabama; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. • ROBERT OLIVER OWENS. ' 46, Houston, Texas; Arts and Sciences: A Cappella Choir; Band; Glee Club. • GEORGE WILLIAM PAETH. ' 48. Vancouver. Washington; Medicine. FIRST ROW • JACK ANDRUS PAGE. ' 48, St. Petersburg. Florida: Medicine. • SHIRLEY PAILET, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb: Phi Siqnna Sigma: Pan-Hellenic Council. • WILLIAM SORSAS PALFREY. ' 44. Baton Roucge. Louisiana: Medicine: Kappa Alpha: Nu Sigma Nu. • AUBREY K. PALMER. JR.. ' 45. Oxford, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. • ELTON LAMAR PALMER. ' 46. Aberdeen. South Dakota: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sigma: Tatfrail • JOSEPH ORMA PALMITER, ' 46. Jamestown. Pennsylvania: Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. • PAULA HUSHES PARKER. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma. • BETTY LISENBY PARMLEY, ' 46, Atmore. Alabama; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • JOHN B. PARMLEY, ' 47, Electra, Texas: Medicine: Kappa Alpha; Theta Kappa Psi. SECOND ROW • MARTHA MADGE PARMLEY, ' 48 Electra Texas; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • BILLY JOE PARNELL. ' 48. Mt. Vernon. Texas; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi • NICK PAUL PARRINO. JR., ' 46, Independence. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • KATHERINE ISABELLE PARTRIDGE. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta: " Hullabaloo " ; New- man Club. • BERNARD S. PATRICK. ' 48. Corinth, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. • THOMAS ALEXANDER PATRICK, JR., ' 47, Fayetteville Tennessee; Medicine: Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi. • HAROLD BLACKSHEAR PAnERSON, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Chi. • BEN KEATON PATTON. JR., ' 45. Sulfport, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Glendy Burke. • ' WILLIAM THOMAS PATTON, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Theta Pi;- Phi Chi; Beta Mu; Kappa Delta Phi; History of Medicine Society: Band; Glee Club; Operetta: Greenbackers; Laqniappes; Y. M. C. A.; T. U. R. K.; Honor Board; Class President (I). THIRD ROW • JEANNE THERESE PAVY, ' 48, Opelousas. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • WALTER CLIFTON PAYNE. JR., ' 47, Pensacola. Florida; Medicine; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Beta Mu; Phi Chi. • JOHN L. PEARSON. ' 46. Rosedale, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • ERNEST EMILE PECHON. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; T. S. C. E.; Football. • GEORGE WAYLAND PECK. ' 47, Phoenix, Arizona; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma; Band. a LISE BRANDT PEDERSEN. ' 47, Lake Charles, Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi: Beta Beta Beta; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " : Theatre. • BLISS PEDERSON. ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb- Alpha Delta Pi- Art Club. s FRANCIS DALLAS PEEL, ' 46, Greenville, North Carolina; Engineering. c CHARLES GORDON PEERMAN. JR., ' 46. Nashville, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FOURTH ROW • NORVIN LEROU PELLERIN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A. S. M. E. • ROSEMONDE STEVENS PELTZ, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb: Glee Club; Art Club; Spectators; Y. W, C. A. • JOHN AMBROSE PENDERGRASS. ' 46, Fort Payne. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma: Intramural Softball. • PATRICIA ANN PERES. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Newman Club. • FELICIEN PERRIN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Engineers ' Technological Atelier. • JAMES PRENTISS PERRINE. ' 45, West Monroe, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi WILLARD DENA PFEIFFER, ' 47, Trumbull, Nebraska; Arts and Sciences. JOHN GRAY PFRIMMER, ' 46. Mobile. Alabama; Engineering: Taffrail. ADELAIDE PHILLIPS, ' 48, Kansas City, Kansas; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi. Chi. 87 Other Classes FIRST ROW • MARION JAMES PICINICH. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana: Medicine, e ELAINE SALLY PJCKUS, ' 48 Sioux City. Iowa; Newcomb. • ROBERT ALVIN PIERPONT, JR.. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineer- ing; Sigma Chi; A. I. of Ch. E. • DORIS LUCILLE PIERSON. ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • ROBERT HUNTER PIERSON. ' 48, Alexandria, Louisiana; Law. • MICHAEL HUSH PIPER. JR.. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineering. e BETTY LEE PISKE. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha, e THEODORE ROBERT PUTS. ' 46, Tampa, Florida; Engineering: Taffrail. The end of a perfect day. • REUBEN JACKSON PLANT. JR., ' 46, Tallassee. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. SECOND ROW • JAMES JOSEPH PLAUCH6. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Kappa Sigma. S ENOS ROGERS PLEASANTS. ' 46, Grenada, Mississippi; Commerce. • ROBERT WILLIAM POLCHOW. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Law; Moo) Court; Glendy Burke. o LOUIS A. POLIZZI. " 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences and Medicine. 9 WILLIAM EARL POLK, JR., ' 46, Corning. Arkansas; Commerce; Glendy Burke. • ALBERT ERSKINE PONS, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Lagniappes; Y. M C. A. • ROSLYN DOROTHY POPKIN. ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb. • SALVADOR VINCENT PORTERA, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. o DOROTHY LYNf. POST. ' 48. Alexandria, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. THIRD ROW • JACK WENDELL POU ' 47, Shreveport. Louisiana: Medicine; Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi; Baseball. • BETTY POURCIAU, ' 46, New Roads. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; Newcomb Athletic Council; Honor Board; Old Maids ' Klub. • WILLIAM HENRY POWELL. JR., ' 45, Birmingham, Alabama; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; Y. M. C. A.; Alpha Phi Omega. • GEORGE WARREN PRATHER. ' 46, St. Petersburg. Florida; Medicine: Phi Chi. • ALBERT MILES PRATT, II, ' 4S. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • RAY PRESCOTT. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club. • FRANK R. PRESTON. ' 48, Maywood, Illinois; Medicine. • TOM MOORE PRIDEAUX, ' 46. Lubbock. Texas; Medicine. • MARY ROSA PRIETO. ' 46. Panama City. Panama; Medicine; Alpha Epsi- lon lota. FIRST ROW • MARY FRANCES PRIOLEAU, ' IS, Daytona Beach, Florida: Newcortib. • MICHEL OLIVIER PR0V05TY, ' 46 New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta PI. • ALBERT ELIAS PUKOF. ' 47 New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce. • STANLEY MORRIS PULITZER, ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Mu; Glee Club • IRA WILLIAM PYRON. JR.. ' 47. Memphis, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. e ELAINE ADELE pUERENS. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • HERVE PAUL RACIVITCH, JR . ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Glendy Burke; Theatre. e DOROTHY MARION RAND. ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club • JAMES BENNETT RANDALL, ' 45, Jackson. Mississippi; Commerce; Kappa Sigma; Football. SECOND ROW • VINCENT PAUL RANDAZZO. JR . ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences- • GEORGE GIBSON RANDOLPH. ' 47. Batesvllle. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. • NOAH HASKELL RANGE. ' 47. Dallas. Tex as; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society. • BECKY LEE RATCLIFFE ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; PI Beta Phi. • EDMANN J. RATHKE ' 46, Santa Ana. California; Arts and Sciences; Taffrall. • ELIZABETH MARGARET RAU. ' 48, Gretna. Louisiana; Newcomb. • HELEN ELIZABETH RAULT, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • JOSEPH MATTHEV RAULT, JR., ' 46, New Orleans Louisiana; Engineering; Beta Theta PI; Engineers ' Technological Atelier; " Hullabaloo " : Tatfrail Log; Glendy Burke; Cheerleader; Greenbackers; Lagnlappes; Taffrall; Y, M. C. A.; Newman Club; Track. • ERV IN JAMES RAUSCH. ' 48, Ablta. Springs. Louisiana; Law; Glendy Burke THIRD ROW • RAYMOND LEIGH RAWLS, ' 46. South Norfolk. Virginia; Engineering; Sigma Chi; Tatfrail; Wrestling. • CHARLES JACKSON RAY, ' 46. Greenville, Alabama; Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Chi. • BETTY FAVROT READ. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • GAIL READ, ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gam- ma; " Jambalaya " ; " Hullabaloo " . • BERNARD WYATT REAMS. ' 46. Portsmouth. Virginia; Engineering. • JAMES JOSEPH REEVES, ' 46. Bessemer. Alabama; Commerce. • CHARLES ECKFORD REID. JR., ' 46. Greenville. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Band. • CHARLES LAURENCE REID. ' 48. Clayton. Alabama; Medicine. • PATRICIA LOUISE REILLY. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kap- pa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club. FOURTH ROW • DENISE MARIE REINECKE. ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; New- man Club. • ROBERT MILTON REINHARDT. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • JEANNETTE VAUGHAN RENEGAR. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; New- comb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • ROBERT DOUGLAS REPASS. ■46, Norton. Virginia; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Taffrall • ALTHEA DORIS REUTHER. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce. • CHARLOTTE REYNOLDS. ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • JANE CREWS REYNOLDS. ' 46. Caruthersville. Missouri; Newcomb; Glee Club; Campus Night. • MAE HARRELL REYNOLDS. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Swimming Club, • MARY BETH REYNOLDS. ' 48 New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. 89 Other CI €B s s e s FIRST ROW • WILLIAM C. REYNOLDS. JR., ' 46. Birmingham. Alabama; Engineering; Sigma Chi; Engineers ' Technological Afeller; Football; Intramurals. • PATRICIA RHODES. ' 48. Gretna, Louisiana; Newcomb; Gamma Delta. • JANIE RHYMES ' 46. Rayvilie. Louisiana: Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi. • JOHN B. RICE. JR.. ' 47. Alexander City. Alabama; Medicine; Theta Kap- pa Psi; Lambda Chi Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa. • FLORENCE HARRIS RICKER, ' 46, Tulsa. Oklahoma: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pr; Newcomb Student Government Association; Newcomb Honor Board; Greenbackers; Student Center Council; Class President (3). • JOAN ELIZABETH RICKERT. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " . • HARRY MACKIE RICKETTS. JR.. ' 48. Dallas. Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • JOSE M. RIGAU. C. A. Santurce. Puerto Rico; Arts and Sciences; Y. M Bull session. • DONNIE WELDON RIGGS, ' 46, Jacksboro, Texas: Arts and Sciences; Alpha Phi Omega. SECOND ROW • JEN RIVES. ' 47. Mansfield. Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Glee Club. • FLORENCE ROBERTS. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • JOHN LOUIS ROBERTS. ' 46. Pratt City. Alabama; Arts and Sciences. • COLLEEN MARIE ROBINSON. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta. • HARRY CARTER ROBINSON. JR., ' 46. Augusta. Georgia; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • KENNETH BLAIR ROBINSON. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. • RALPH GEORGE ROBINSON. ' 46, Louisville, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences. • HAROLD ROCKAWAY. ' 46, Brocjklyn, New York; Arts and Sciences: Sig- ma Alpha Mu. • EDWARD DWIGHT RODDA. ' 45. Okmulgee. Oklahoma; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. THIRD ROW • MARGARET EMMA RODGERS. ' 48. Atmore. Alabama; Newcomb. • JANE BRUCE RODRipUE, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Glee Club; Assets; Oreades; Cheerleader; Greenbackers; Lagniappes; Spectators. • CARMEN SYLVIA RODRIGUEZ. ' 48, Ponce, Puerto Rico; Newcomb. • FELIX ROBERTO RODRIGUEZ, ' 47. Caracas. Venezuela. South America; Arts and Sclences. • JAMES GILBERT ROHN, ' 46. Vlsalia. California; Medicine; Phi Chi. • BETTY ROONEY. ' 48. Memphis. Tennessee; Newcomb. • WESLEY B. ROOT. JR.. ' 45. Baton Rouge. Louisiana; Engineering; A. S M. E. • MARGERY JEANNE ROSE. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • RUTH NATALIE ROSEN. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Social Work; Phi Siqma Sigma; Phi Beta Kapp.a. FIRST ROW SECOND ROW • SIDNEY LEE ROSENBAUM, ' 47. Meridian. Mississippi; Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau; Band; " Hullabaloo " ; Y. M, C. A. • EVELYN ROSENBERG. ' 47, Joplin. Missouri; Newcomb; Alpha Epsllon Phi; Jennie Nixon; I. R. C. • DORA ROSENFIELD, ' 48, Montgomery, Alabama; Newcomb. • ARNOLD JACK ROSENTHAL. ' 48. Alexandria, Louisiana; Law, • J. WILLIAM ROSENTHAL ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Beta Mu. • SHIRLEY INEZ ROSENTHAL. ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsllon Phi; Glee Club; I. R. C. • SEYMOUR ROSENWASSER. ' 46. Brooklyn. New York; Arts and Sciences; Band. • KATHERINE ALICE ROSS. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; " Jambalaya " ; " Hullabaloo " ; Art Club. • MARTIN ERNEST ROSS. ' 44. Pino Bluff. Arkansas; Commerce. • MAY ROSS. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Theatre. • LOUIS CHARLES ROUDANE, ' 46, Los Angeles. California; Engineering. • ALONSO RAMON ROY, ' 47. David. Chirlgui. Republic of Panama; Medi- cine; History of Medicine Society, • JAY LEWIS RUBIN. ' 47. San Antonio. Texas; Arts and Sciences; Band; " Hullabaloo " . • ALICE RUIZ. ' 48, Santurce. Puerto Rico; Newcomb. • EARLINE LEAH RUTTER. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Theatre; Y. W, C. A. • lONE MARY RYAN. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Operetta; Newman Club. • DONALD LEE SAFERSTEIN, ' 46. Oklahoma City. Oklahoma; Commerce. • JOSE RICARDO SALCEDO. ' 45, Maralaibo, Venezuela; Arts and Sciences. THIRD ROW • JACK SALL. ' 46. Paterson. New Jersey; Medicine. • RICHARD GEORGE SALOOM. ' 47. Lafayette. Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Phi Omega. • NORMAN LEROY SANDELIN. ' 46. Forest Park. Illinois; Arts and Sciences. • WILLIAM GILLIS SANDERS. ' 47, Mobile. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • JOSE VICENTE SANTOS. ' 47. Caquas. Puerto Rico; Arts and Sciences. • A. LESTER SARPY. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Law; Phi Delta Phi; " Law Review " ; Glendy Burke; War Forum. • J. K. SCHELLACK. ' 47. Copan. Oklahoma; Medicine; Theta Kappa PsI. • WILLIAM CHRISTIAN SCHEPPESRELL. JR.. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Newman Club; Intramurals. • DONALD ROY SCHERER. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Band. FOURTH ROW • HAROLD EMILE ROBERT SCHERER, JR.. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce, • ALLEN LEWIS SCHINDLER. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Gamma Delta. • LEWIS KENT SCHLUMBRECHT ' 45 New Orleans Louisiana; Engineering ' A. S. M. E. • EMILY ELIZABETH SCHMIDT. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Glee Club; Spectators, • MARY LOUISE SCHMIDT. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana- Newcomb- Phi Mu. • ALPHONSE JOSEPH SCHMITT. JR., ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • COLEMAN SAMUEL SCHNEIDER. ' 47. Port St. Joe, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Mu; Band. • MAHHEW PETER SCHNEIDER, JR.. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineer- ing; Phi Kappa Sigma. • HENRY A. SCHNITTKER. ' 46. Cullman. Alabama; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Phi Omega; Newman Club. 91 ■MilHiMgiHI(iH81tt SSSSSBU SURiPi She ' s gof him cornered. Other Classes FIRST ROW • HERMAN BERNARD SCHOENBERGER, ' IB. Buras, Louisiana; Law; Moot Court. • FELICIA SCHORNSTEIN, ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. e BARBARA ANNE SCHREIER, ' 44. Morgan City, Louisiana: Newcomb; Al- pha Epsilon Phi; War Forum. • HENRY H. SCHULTE, JR., ' 47, Miami. Florida; Arts and Sciences. • HAROLD MAITLAND SCHUMANN, ' 45, Gretna. Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Sigma Phi. • AUDREY ADRIENNE SCHWARK. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Newcomb Dance Club; Newman Club. • FRED DORIAN SCHWARZ. ' 45. Chicago. Illinois; Commerce; Alpha Phi Omega; Sigma Pi; A Cappella Choir; Band; Operetta; " Hullabaloo " ; Business Manager; Publications Board; Theatre; Y. M. C. A.; Canterbury Club. • CAROLYN BETH SCHWING. ' 48, New Orle ans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kap- pa Kappa Gamma. GUY B. SCOGGIN, ' 46 New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta. Pi. SECOND ROW • DOROTHY SUE SCOTT, ' 47, Memphis, Tennessee; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Glee Club. • REBEKAH SCOTT. ' 48 Atlanta. Georgia; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club. • RUSSELL SCOTT. JR.. ' 46 Houston. Texas; Arts and Sciences: Phi Delta Theta. • SAMUEL MELVILLE SCOTT. ' 46, Oakdale, Louisiana: Medicine; Pi Kappa Alpha. Jacksonville, Florida; Newcomb; Pi • CATHERINE ISABELLE SEALS. Beta Phi. • AMI WINIFRED SEAR. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Spanish Club. • DAVID JOHN SEEL. " 45. Bradenton, Florida; Arts and Sciences; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club. • DORIS RAE SEELIG, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; " Hullabaloo " ; Art Club. • LOIS SEIDENBACH. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsi- lon Phi. THIRD ROW • ERNEST EDWARD SELLERS. ' 46. Memphis. Tenness ee; Engineering. • ROBERT REID SENTER, New O.rleans, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences and Medicine. • MARIANNE SEWELL. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Kappa Al- pha Theta: Orcadcs; " Hullabaloo " ; Y. W. C, A. • DONALD ANDREW SHARP, ' 47, University City, Missouri: Arts and Sciences. • DONALD PRICE SHAW. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • FLETCHER HORACE SHAW. ' 46, St. Joseph, Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. • JACgJUELYN FRANCES SHAW. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • GLORIA JOSEPHINE SHEARIN, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. • MARY ELLEN SHEEHAN, Omega. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Chi Ni.iLviyi ' L ' FIRST ROW • JOHN JOSEPH SHEPPERD. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • HELEN ELIZABETH SHERRARD. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Glee Club. • ETHELYN ALEXANDER SHERROUSE. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; New- comb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; " Jambalaya " ; Art Club. • BEVERLY MARIE SHERWOOD. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta; Newman Club. • RALPH FRANCIS SHIRER. JR., ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Beta Mu; Alpha Phi Omega. • JACK MARWOOD SHORT, ' 45, Chattanooga, Oklahoma; Arts and Sciences. • ROGER BRYAN SHOWS, ' 46, Ward, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; Taffrall; Track; Intramural Swimming. • JOYCE MARGARET SIEKMANN, ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • ABE SILVER, JR., " 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; Band; Campus Night; Class Vice-President (1); " Hullabaloo, " Sports Editor. SECOND ROW • ARTHUR JEROME SILVERMAN, ' 48, New York, New York; Medicine; Pi Lambda Phi; Beta Mu; Theatre, • SAUL AL SILVERMAN, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences, • BOWIE KERMIT SIMMONS, ' At, Mobile, Alabama; Engineering; Band; Glee Club; Operetta. • KIRKSEY SIMMONS, ' 46 New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; A Cappella Choir. • JACK LACEY SIMMS, ' 46, Leesville, Louisiana; Law; Phi Delta Phi; " Law Review " ; Moot Court, • HENRY SERSON SIMON, 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences: Zeta Beta Tau; Pan-Hellenic Council. • JULES EDWARD SIMONEAUX. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; T. S. C. E. • ARTHUR JAMES SIMS. ' 46. Hobe-Sound, Florida; Arts and Sciences. • PEARL SINGERMAN, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Spectators. THIRD ROW CLARICE CHAUVIN SLAGLE, ' 46, Monroe, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Assets; Newcomb Dormitory Council; Greenbackers • LEE WOOTEN SLAGLE, ' 48, Monroe, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega. • MARJORIE MAY SLOAN, ' 48. Centcrville, Michigan; Newcomb, « RALPH SLOVENKO, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Nu; T. S. C. E.; " Hullabaloo " ; I. R. C; Theatre; Y. M. C. A.; Boxing; Intra- murals. • DENTON W, SMITH, ' 45, Merryville, Louisiana; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi, • FLOYD AMES SMITH, ' 46, Jackson, Mississippi; Engineering: Beta Theta Pi; Band; Y. M. C. A.; Boxing. • FRED NEWMAN SMITH. ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences and Medicine. • GLORIA SMITH, ' 46, White Plains. New York; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Lagnlappes. • HAROLD LIDDELLE SMITH. ' 48. Talladega, Alabama; Medicine. FOURTH ROW • HARRY BEAMAN SMITH, ' 46, Statesboro, Georgia; Engineering, • IRA THOMAS SMITH, ' 46, Falfurrias, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • JAMES EDWIN SMITH. ' 45. Carthage, Mississippi; Commerce, • JOSEF RILEY SMITH, ' 47, Pine Blutf, Arkansas; Arts and Sciences, • LESLIE MERLE SMITH, ' 46, Norman, Oklahoma; Commerce. • MIRIAM SMITH, ' 47, Jonestown, Mississippi; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club; Newcomb Dormitory Council. • PAULA FRANCES SMITH. Gulfport. Mississippi; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • MARTHA ADELAIDE SMITHER, ' 47, Huntsville, Texas; Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club, • GLORIA LILLIAN SMITHERMAN, ' 47, Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Assets; Dormitory Council; Tennis Club, 93 An English scholar. Other Classes FIRST ROW • JERRY SMITHERMAN, ' 45. Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Om!- cron Pi; Oreades. e CLARENCE HAAS SMELLING. JR.. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineer- ing; T. S. C. E.; Glendy Burke; Y M. C. A. • JOHN CLELAND SNODGRASS. ' 45. Temple. Texas; Arts and Sciences: Sigma Cni; Theta Nu. e MARILYN SOCLOS, ' 47. Pensacola. Florida; Newcomb; Phi Sigma Sigma. • MARIE LOUISE SOCOLA. ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • IRVING SOKOLSKY. ' 45, Houma. Louisiana; Medicine; Kappa Nu. • LESTER SOLOMON. ' 46. Brooklyn. New York; Arts and Sciences. a JACQUELYN SOUDERES. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; " Hullabaloo " ; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council; Theatre. • JOHN E. SPAETH, ' 46. Los Angeles, California; Commerce. SECOND ROW • WILLIAM GILBERT SPARGO. ' 45. St. Louis. Missouri; Engineering. • JANICE BELLE SPIRO. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Sigma Sigma; Dance Club; Spectators. • PETER JOHN SPOTO. ' 46. Tampa. Florida; Arts and Sciences. • BETTY ADELE STAFFORD. ' 48. San Antonio. Texas; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • NANCY LEA STALLWORTH, ' 48. Columbus. Mississippi; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club. • LOUISE AMELIA STANFIELD. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. • JAMES FRANKLIN STANLEY. ' 46. Enterprise. Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi; Pi Kappa Phi. • MAURICE OUINTON STAPP. ' 46. Austin, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • MINNEnE LOUISE STARTS, ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Dance Club; Y. W. C. A. THIRD ROW • EDWIN FREDERICK STAUSS, ' 46. Louisville. Kentucky; Engineering; Basket- ball; Football; Gamma Delta. • JACKLYN LOUISE STEEG. ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • HERBERT CHARLES STEELE. ' 47, Battle Creek. Michigan; Arts and Sciences. • HANS FRED STEEN. ' 46. Long Island. New York; Engineering; Intramural Baseball. • LORRAINE STEIDTMANN. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • SAMUEL GIDEON STEINER, III, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. • McDonald lee Stephens. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • TEMPLE JAY STEPHENS. ' 45. Moberly. Missouri; Engineering: Phi Delta Theta; A. S. M. E. • WILLIAM PAUL STEPHENS. ' 46. Atlanta. Georgia; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. FIRST ROW • HARRIET BETH STERN. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb: " Hulla- baloo " ; Theatre. • HERBERT STERN, JR., ' 47 New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; Band. • JOANNE STERN, 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • CLAUDE W. STEVENS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Architec- tural Society; Operetta; Symphony Orchestra. • GRANT MELVIN STEVENS. ' 47, Hutchinson, Kansas; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta; Track. • HARRIET LOUISE STEVENS. ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb • FRANK BLAIR STEWART, ' 46. Memphis. Tennessee; Engineering. • JAMES HERBERT STEWART, ' 48. Liqon, Kentucliy; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • HELEN MARGARET STICH. ' 47, New Orleans Louisiana; Newcomb; Y. W. C. A. SECOND ROW • NELLIE DEAN STINSON, ' 48. Jonesboro, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club. • JERRY ANN STIVERS. ' 48. Cleveland. Tennessee; Newcomb. • CHARLES CUPPY STOCKTON, ' 46, Crockett, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Sigma. • JAMES ANDREW STOCKTON, ' 46, Kingsvillo, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. • MARTHA SUE STOKES. ' 45, Gadsden. Alabama; Newcomb; Alpha Omi- cron Pi. • BEBE STONE, ' 45. Decatur. Alabama; Social Work. • MARIE HARRIET STOUSE. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; " Jambalaya " : " Hullabaloo " ; Lagniappes; Class Secretary (2); Newman Club. • PIERRE JOSEPH STOUSE, JR.. ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; A. I. E. E. • HENRY HONORE ST. PAUL. Ill, 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Greenbackers. THIRD ROW • CONRAD JOSEPH ST. PIERRE. ' 46, Gretna, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. e ERNEST KNOX STRAHAN. JR.. ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; A. S. M. E.; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Council. THOMAS EVEREH STRAIN. ' 48, Shreveport. Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Chi; Kappa Alpha. • JOHN J. STRATE, ' 45, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; A. S. M. E. • HOWARD B. STRAUSS. ' 46. Greenwood. Mississippi; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Beta Kappa; History of Medicine Society. • LUKE FRANK STRAVASNIK. ■ ' 46, Johnstown, Pennsylvania; Engineering; Sigma Chi; Taffrail, • PATRICIA LOUISE STRECKFUS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Club; Art Club. • ROSALYN STREIFFER. ' 47 New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • FRED EDWARD STULL, JR,. ' 45. Jonesboro. Arkansas; Arts and Sciences; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club. FOURTH ROW • DOLORES STURCKEN. ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana- Newcomb; Phi Mu; Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. • DALE HASKELL STURDY, ' 48, Daytona Beach Florida; Newcomb; Glee Club. • MARIE LOUISE SULLIVAN, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Delta Zeta; " Hullabaloo " ; Theatre. • CHARLES WELDON SUMMERS, ' 46, Hallsville Texas- Arts and Sciences- Taffrail. • WALTER JOSEPH SUTHON, ' 47. Now Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha. • EVERETT CLAYTON SUTTER. ' 48. Pryor. Oklahoma; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • WILDORA JEAN SWAIN, ' 46, Kansas City, Missouri; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. • AVRON YUCELLE SWEET, ' 46. St. Petersburg, Florida; Medicine: Phi Lambda Kappa. • SUE SWITZER. ' 47, Beaumont, Texas; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Glee Club; Art Club; Newcomb Dance Club. 95 Watch that level. Other CI €B s s e s FIRST ROW • JAMES DEAN SWORD. ' 45, Jonesville, Virginia; Arts and Sciences; War Forum; Intramural Softball. Baseball. • MARY MARGARET SWORDS. ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Y. W, C. A. • WILLIAM HENRY SYLL, ' 46, Superior. Arizona; Medicine; Nu Siqma Nu. • EDMOND EARL TALBOT ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • EILEEN MARIE TALBOT, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha; Newman Club. • JULIAN C. TALLICHET, JR., ' 47, Dallas. Texas; Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Theta. • TOKUSO TANI3UCHI, ' 47. Hilo, Hawaii; Medicine. • WALTER BYRON TAPPEN. ' 46, Hamilton. Indiana; Arts and Sciences. • THOMAS EDGAR TATE. ' 46, Waldron. Arkansas; Commerce. SECOND ROW • GILBERT HENRY TAUSCH. ' 46, San Antonio, Texas; Arts and Sciences. • BARNEY TAYLOR, JR., ' 46, Hull, Texas; Commerce. • DOUGLAS GORDON TAYLOR, ' 47, Miami, Florida; Arts and Sciences; Delta Siqma Phi. • LAWRENCE R. TAYLOR. JR.. ' 46, Dallas, Texas; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Taffrail; Theatre; Intramurals. • MARILYN ELLEN TAYLOR, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu. • SAMUEL CLAYTON TAYLOR, ' 48, St. Francis, Kansas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • THOMAS NANETTE TAYLOR, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Delta Zeta. • WATSON ROBBINS TAYLOR, ' 46, Montgomery, Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; Taffrail; Baseball. o ALLEN LAVAUGN TESTON, ' 46, Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Commerce. THIRD ROW • JOHN ELVIN TEVERGAUGH, ' 45. Ponca City, Oklahoma; Medicine; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Chi. • AND. EW HENRY THALHEIM, JR.. ' 46. Gretna, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Siqma Phi; Gamma Delta; " Jambalaya " ; Y, M. C. A.; White Elephants • WILLIAM DENNIS THAMES, JR , ' 48, Lufkin. Texas; Medicine. • WARREN BAYLOR THARP, ' 47. Tucson. Arizona; Medicine. • JEAN FRANCES THIBODEAUX. 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Math Club; Theatre; Newman Club. • ELTON SIGREST THOMAS, ' 46, Ellisville, Mississippi: Medicine: Theta Kappa Psi. o EUGENE JOSEPH THOMAS, ' 45, Jackson. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. • HARDIE LEE THOMAS. ' 46. El Dorado, Arkansas; Engineering. • WESLEY LYNK THOMAS. ' 46. Coon Rapids. Iowa; Arts and Sciences; Taffrail. FIRST ROW • WILMER JONES THOMAS. JR., ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. • EDWIN ARDOIN THOMPSON. Mt, Villc Platte. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • JAMES LEE THOMPSON. ' 47. Heflin. Alabama; Arts and Sciences • JOHN SUMPTER THOMPSON, ' 46. McComb. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT GOODWIN THOMPSON. ' 45. Booneville, Mississippi; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Phi Omega. • HENRY KUTCHER THREEFOOT, ' 47. Selma. Alabama; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; " Hullabaloo " ; Y. M. C. A. • SAM A. THREEFOOT. ' 44, Selma, Alabama; Medicine; Zeta Beta Tau; Beta Mu; Phi Beta Kappa. • TERESA TIDMORE. ' 48. Atlanta. Georgia; Ncwcomb; Chi Omega. • HENRY KEENER TIPPINS. ' 46, Geneva. Alabama; Medicine; Phi Chi. SECOND ROW • HELEN LOUISE TISDALE. ' 48, Monroe. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club. • MABEL KALANIALLI TODD. ' 48. Hilo, Hawaii; Newcomb. • MARY MARGARET TODD. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kap- pa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club; Art Club. • HYMAN C. TOLMAS, ' 46 New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Kappa Nu; Phi Lambda Kappa; Beta Mu. • EUGENE FERRELL TOMPKINS. ' 46. Wynnewood. Oklahoma; Commerce. • OCTAVE JOSEPH TOURNILLON. JR., ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Engi- neering. • ANDRE CHARLES TOUZET. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine. • MARY JEAN TRAMMELL, ' 48. Atlanta. Georgia; Newcomb; Glee Club. • JEAN POWELL TRAVIS, ' 48, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. THIRD ROW • WILLIAM LEE TRAVIS. II. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi. • JOHN SPEIR TREEN. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering: Kappa Sigma. • FRANCES ELIZABETH TRUITT, ' 47, Norfolk, Virginia; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. Art Club; Y. W. C, A. • NETTIE NELL TbUSTY, ' 47, Cotton Valley, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Alpha Theta. • GEORGE WILLIAM TUCKER, ' 46, Crowley, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • IRENAEUS NICHOLSON TUCKER. JR.. ' 46. Racine. Wisconsin; Medicine; Nu Sigma Nu; Delta Tau Delta. • JAMES DAVID TUFTS, II. ' 47, Destrehan, Louisiana; Engineering: Delta Tau Delta. DOROTHY MAE TUGEL. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. • FRANCES JANE TUMINELLO, ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. FOURTH ROW • AUGUSTA MATHILDE TURNER. ' 47. Atlanta, Georgia; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Art Club. • RALPH JULIAN TURNER, ' 47, Ruleville, Mississippi; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau. • LUTHER TERRELL TYLER, ' 46, Picayune, Mississippi; Medicine; Theta Kap- pa Psi; Owl Club; Medical Pan-Hellenic Council. • FELIX E. TYPALDOS. ' 46. Panama City, Panama; Arts and Sciences. • JENNIFER ANN URQUHART, ' 48, London, England; Newcomb; Glee Club. • GENE LEONARD USDIN. ' 47. St. Augustine. Florida; Medicine; Phi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Phi Omega; History of Medicine Society. • EMILE I. VACANT, JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering. • LEOPOLDO B. VALDES. ' 46. Habana. Cuba; Engineering; A. I. E. E.; I. R. C; Newman Club. • HENRIETTE VALLON. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Lagniappes. Other Classes FIRST ROW o JACK FRANCIS VANEK. ' 46, St. Louis Missouri; Engineering. • HERBERT WOOD VAN HORN, JR . ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineer- ing; Delta Kappa Epsilon. e MAX OSWELL VAN LANDINSHAM. ' 45, Louisville. Mississippi ; Commerce, • ENOCH JAMES VANN. JR., ' 45, Cleveland. Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. C JULIE VOORHIES VASS ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi; " Hullabaloo " . • ROBERT KENNETH VAUGHN, ' 44 Monessen, Pennsylvania: Engineering • BEVERLY RAE VtDRENNE. Club. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Glee Must be summer. e ELAINE VERLANDER. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. V . C. A. BEVERLY ANN VILLARS. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Phi Mu, SECOND ROW THIRD ROW • EVA STUART VOELKER. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club. • EDWARD CHARLES VOLKERT. ' 47. Cincinnati. Ohio; Alpha Tau Omega, • HEDA FRANCIS LOUISE VON MEYSENBUG. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta PI; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " . • PATRICIA VONDER HAAR. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • PETRONILLA MARIE VOORHIES. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb; Glee Club; Newcomb Dance Club. • CHARLES RAY VORIS, ' 44. Guthrie. Oklahoma; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; Band. • VICTOR CREIGHTON VYBIRAL. ' 44. Newport. Nebraska: Arts and Sciences. • ALBERT SEYMOUR WADE. ' 46. Middletown. Indiana; Arts and Sciences. • LOIS WAGNER. ' 48, Detroit. Michigan: Newcomb. • MARILYN WASNEEl, " 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron; Y. W. C. A. • BURT WOLAND WALDEN. ' 48. Landrum. South Carolina; Medicine. e JOHN EDWARD WALKER. ' 47. Pass Christian. Mississippi; Engineering; " Hullabaloo " : Spectators. • NATALIE DALE WALKER ' 48. Spartanburg, South Carolina; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • VERA ANNA WALKER. ' 47. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Zeta Tau Alpha. • JANET FLETCHER WALL. ' 45. New Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce; Phi Mu; Cant-erbury Club; Class Secretary (2). • FRANCIS JOSEPH WARREN. JR., ' 44. New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineer- ing. • JAMES LEMUEL WARREN. JR.. ' 44, Pratt. Kansas; Engineering. • WALTER LEROY WARREN. ' 46. Beaver Falls. Pennsylvania; Engineering. , ' ' ,iilJ FIRST ROW • ROBERT ARUNDALE WARRINER, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • CHARLES FELIX WASSERMAN, ' 47, New York, New York; Medicine; Phi Lannbda Kappa. • HENRY HARCOURT ' vVATERS, ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Engineering; Engineers ' Technological Atelier; Greenbackers; Taffrail; Tennis; Class Secre- tary (2), • ANN WATKINS, ' 47, Lake Charles Louisiana; Newcomb; Chi Omega; Glee Club. • GUYTON HAt«(PTON WATKINS, ' 46, New Iberia, Louisiana; Law; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Delta Phi; Glendy Burke; Y, M. C. A.. Secretary (I). President (3); " The Wave " . Editor; Student Body Secretary; Kappa Delta Phi. • WILLIAM ALTER WATSON, JR,, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • MARGARET ROGERS WATT. ' 48. Thomasvllle, Georgia; Newcomb, SECOND ROW • THOMAS EVANS WATTS, JR.. ' 46. Camden, Arkansas; Commerce; Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon. • EUGENE FREDERICK WEBER. ' 46. Streator. Illinois; Engineering. • BARBARA BAY WEDEMEYER, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Spectators, • HAROLD HARVEY WEDIG, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Spectators. • GORDON ALBERT WEESE, ' 46, Crooksvllle, Ohio; Arts and Sciences. • PAUL F. WEHRLE, ' 48. Tucson, Arizona; Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi; Alpha Tau Omega. • CECILS WEIL. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon • ALFRED ADAIR WATTERS, JR., ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Ph ; Assets; Pan-Hellenic Council; Theatre; Tennis Club. Sc ences; Phi Delta Theta; " Hullabaloo " ; Greenbackers; Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil Taffrail; Canterbury Club; Tennis. • MAXWELL D. WEIL. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Englneeri fig. • JAMES COOPER WATTLEY. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering; A. 1, E. E. • TRUDY WEIL. ' 48, Alexandria, Louisiana; Newcomb. THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW • GLORIA RAY WEINBERGER. ' 48, New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb. • EPHRAIM FRED WEINIGER, ' 46, Irvlngton, New Jersey; Arts and Sciences. • DORIS EVELYN WEINSTEIN. ' 46, St, Augustine, Florida; Newcomb; Glee Club; Newcomb Dance Club; Newcomb Dormitory Council. • MAX WEINSTEIN. JR.. ' 47 Charleston. Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Zeta Beta Tau; Band. • MORRIS JACOB WEISLER. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Phi Delta Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; Kapp Nu; Beta Mu. o BARBARA JOAN WEISS, ' 48, Chicago, Illinois; Newcomb. a GERALD N. WEISS, ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana; Medicine; Beta Mu; Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Delta Epsilon; History of Medicine Society. e GEORGE ELLIOT WELCH. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Beta Mu, • RICHARD O. WERLEIN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi; Taffrail Log; Campus Night; Greenbackers; Taffrail; Theatre, • MARGIE WEST, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; " Jambalaya " . • JAMES HAROLD WETZEL, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Commerce. • CLYDE HILL WHALEY. ' 17. Stephens, Arkansas; Arts and Sciences. • NORMAN DALE WHARTON. ' 47. Kansas City, Kansas; Arts and Sciences • KEITH JOHN WHEELAHAN, JR., ' 45, Algiers, Louisiana; Engineering; Alpha Phi Omega; Band. • CHARLES WILLIAM WHITE. ' 46. Water Valley, Mississippi; Arts and Sciences; Taffrail. • JOHNNY H. WHITE. ' 46, Blytheville, Arkansas; Arts and Sciences; Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon. • MARTHA FAY WHITE, ' 47, LeCompta, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club, • MARY MINA WHITENER, ' 47, Alexandria, Louisiana; Newcomb: Chi Omega. In the groove. Other Classes FIRST ROW • JEAN BABB WHITTEN. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb. • SAM GERALD WHITTEN. ' 46. Boqata, Texas: Commerce. • JACK RAY WICKER. ' 46. Dallas. Texas: Arts and Sciences. • GLENDORA LEE WIEGAND. ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb: Pi Beta Phi: Slee Club. e HARRY ERNEST WIEGEL. JR., ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering: Kappa Sigma: A. S. M. E. • CONNIE LEE WIENER, ' 46. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb: Glee Club: " Hullabaloo " : Spectators: Theatre: Y. W, C. A. • JOHN B. WIER. ' 47. New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering. • MARION MARIE WILBERT, ' 46, Donaldsonville, Louisiana: Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma: Glee Club, SECOND ROW • JOHN EDWARD WILDE. ' 47, Ponchatoula. Louisiana: Arts and Sciences. • NANCY WARRENA WILKINS, ' 47, Dallas, Texas: Newcomb: Kappa Alpha Theta: Newcomb Dance Club. • WILEY MORRIS WILKINSON. JR., ' 46, McComb, Mississippi: Arts and Sciences. • ANN McCRERY WILLIAMS, ' 47, Dallas, Texas: Newcomb: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Glee Club. • ELMER V. WILLIAMS. ' 47. Arvoda, Colorado: Arts and Sciences. • JOHN HERBERT WILLIAMS, ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Engineering: Sigma Chi: Engineers ' Technological Atelier: Glendy Burke: Greenbackers: Taffrail. • JOSEPH NEWTON WILLIAMS, JR.. ' 46. Nashville, Tennessee: Arts and Sciences: Glee Club. • LEWIS McLAURINE WILLIAMS. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana: Medicine. THIRD ROW • LORRAINE MARGARET WILLIAMS, ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana: New- comb; Beta Sigma Omicron: Assets: Newcomb Dance Club. • PHYLLIS LEOLA WILLIAMS. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb. • THOMAS JACKSON WILLIAMS. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: Engineer- ing. • LEONARD W WILLIS, ' 47, Bainbridge, Georgia: Arts and Sciences: Al- pha Tau Omega • GLENDINE F WILSON, ' 47, Selma, Alabama; Newcomb; Newcomb Stu- dent Government Association. • JULIA ELIZABETH WILSON. ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb. • ROBERT CRAIG WILSON. ' 46. Churchville. Virginia: Arts and Sciences. • JACK ARTHUR WINDERS. ' 46, Bristol, Tennessee; Engineering; Sigma Nu. 1 - .)- fc 1 jT FIRST ROW • CAROLYN BRASWELL WINLINS. ' 48. New Orleans, Louisiana: Newcomb; Alpha Delta PI, • PEGGY DOUGLAS WINLINS. ■«. New Orleans. Louisiana: Newcomb, • MARTHA VAIRIN WITHERSPOON. ' 46. New Orleans. Louisiana: New. comb: PI Beta Phi. • IRENE WITT, ' 47, Columbus, Georgia; Newcomb, • ROGER WITHERS WITT, ' 48, Clarence, Missouri: Medicine; Theta Kappa Psi. • THOMAS DEW ' TT WOFFORD, JR,, ' 46, Drew. Mississippi; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha, • BETTY WOLBRETTE. ' 48. Shreveport, Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Jennie Nixon; I. R. C. • ROBERT LAWRENCE WOLFE. ' 47, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences; Alpha Tau Omega. • MARVIN LEE WOLFF, ' 48, Indianola, Mississippi; Medicine; Phi Delta Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa. SECOND ROW • ANN C. WOOD ' 4i. Hew Orleans. Louisiana; Commerce. • CHARLOTTE WOOD, ' 48, Houston, Texas; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gam- ma; Art Club. • CLARENCE L. WOOD. JR.. ' 46. Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Arts and Sciences, e MAURICE WOOD. ' 4i. Dallas. Texas; Arts and Sciences. • EDWIN PAUL WOODWARD, ' 47, Wichita Falls; Medicine; Phi Gamma Delta; Theta Kappa Psi. • ELEANOR WOODWARD ' 47, New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • ROSALIE ELIZABETH WOOLFLEY, ' 47, Sparta. Wisconsin: Newcomb; Alpha Omicron Pi. • GERALD MARKS WORMSER. ' 46, Jeanerette. Louisiana; Commerce; Zeta Beta Tau; " Hullabaloo " ; 1. R. C; War Forum. • BEULAH WRIGHT. ' 47. Eunice. Louisiana; Newcomb; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Glee Club; Theatre. THIRD ROW • COUNT NAVARRO WRIGHT, JR,. ' 45. Corsicana. Texas; Commerce. a JANET WRISHT. ' 48, Port Washington, New York; Newcomb: Beta Sigma Omicron. • KENNETH LLOYD WRIGHT. JR., ' 48. Tulsa. Oklahoma; Medicine; Phi Rho Sigma: Alpha Epsilon Delta. • ERNEST JOSEPH WROTEN. ' 46. Brusly, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences, e GEORGE WYLIE WYATT, ' 48. Amarillo. Texas; Medicine; Phi Chi. • ALLIE AVICE WYLER, ' 48. New Orleans. Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sig- ma Omicron. • JERRY MARGARET WYLER. ' 43. New Orleans, Louisiana; Newcomb; Beta Sigma Omicron. • KENNETH WARNER YODER, ' 46, Stuttgart, Arkansas: Engineering; Kap- pa Sigma; Glee Club; Band; A Cappella Choir. • LAVERNE YOFFIE. Sikeston. Missouri; Newcomb. FOURTH ROW • HENRY MAHHEW YONGE, ' 45, Pensacola, Florida; Medicine: Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi- Phi Beta Kaopa; Omicron Delta Kappa; History of Medicine Society; Student Body President; Class President (2). • ROBERT GEORGE ZEHR, ' 46, Bemis. Tennessee; Arts and Sciences. • GEORGE MIKE ZIEGLER. ' 46, New Orleans, Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. • MARTIN HARRIS ZIEGLER. ' 46. Brooklyn. New York; Engineering. • MYRA ADELE ZIIFLE, 46. Gretna. Louisiana; Newcomb; Gamma Delta; Math Club. • RUTH CLAIRE ZIIFLE, ' 46, Gretna, Louisiana; Newcomb; Gamma Delta; Math Club, o ANDRE HAROLD ZILBERMANN, ' 45, New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineering: Sigma Alpha Mu; A. S. M. E.; Pan-Hellenic Council; Taffrail. • LEONARD L. ZiNKER. ' 47. Brooklyn. New York; Medicine; Phi Larnbda Kappa. • JACK ZOLLER. ' 46, New Orleans. Louisiana; Arts and Sciences. thletics TUIANE DR. WILBUR C. SMITH Athletic Director Tulane ' s fhird wartime year was marked by splendid success in the sports field. The University continued intercollegiate athletics in every sport and gave much emphasis to the physical education program. Tu- lane ' s Naval Unit proved a " shot in the arm " to every sport. Basketball got 1944 off to a flying start. The Wave finished second to Kentucky in the S. E. C. tourney and beat L. S. U. in four games. Baseball followed, and found the Greenies winning six of eleven games. Tennis and golf were other undertakings which went well. The Tulane tennis team came through a hard season with flying colors, winning four of six matches. The golf team duplicated the feat of the tennis team by winning its only two matches from the Ole War Skule. The track and field squad placed third in the conference meet, though it lost a dual meet to L. S. U. And the 1944 football season was one of Tulane ' s most colorful. The Green Wave ended with a record of four wins against three losses, but in victory or defeat Tulane gridmen turned in thrilling performances. A post-season check of the records showed the Greenies to be among the nation ' s most powerful elevens. The Tulane powerhouse averaged over 300 yards per game rushing, tops for the nation. And in addition to the established sports, Tulane athletes scored successes in Other fields. Go- ing in for wrestling, a student-coached team won the A. A. U. title and V-12 athletes gave Tulane a championship in the Servicemen ' s Track meet. Gilbert Roy won the 38th Jackson Day Run for Tulane. And 1944 brought up a host of new names to be added to the long list of famous Greenie athletes. Football provided W. A. " Dub " Jones, Leonard Finley and Joe Renfroe. The cage game had Alex Athas and Ferd Lorio. Athas again shone in track. Golf furnished Charlie Rosen, and baseball entered Jack Pou, Hugh Taylor, and Ken Tarzetti. 104 Athletic A ssaciatiotB Coaches Page, Simons, and Haynes. HORACE C. RENEGAR Director of Public Relations CLAUDE " LITTLE MONK " SIMONS Head Coach Coach " Little Monk " Simons opened his -f-hird season as head football coach faced by the Herculean task of pre- paring an inexperienced Tulane team for the mighty Irish of Notre Dame. The odds were great, but the young Greenies battled the Ramblers from the first to the very last whistle. They lost 26-0, but in the losing crowned their efforts with praise. " Dub " Jones ' performance rated him as the No. I back on the field. And the Wave picked up 202 yards in making 10 first downs to 18 for the Irish. A hurried 46-hour trip proved a big handicap. i r 9- sjAf Top: Jones takes the ball wifh Robinson blocking. Cenfer: Two husky Irish players try to stop the Wave. Bottom: The Greenies leave the tield at half- time. Top: Some fancy blocking gives the Wave a nice gain. Bottom: Renfroe is tem- porarily out in the clear on the start of a long run against the Irish. " DUB " JONES Left Half It ' s a wide end run against the Owls in the Tulane Stadium. Tulane ' s true powerhouse rolled to a convincing 21-0 victory over Rice in the first home appear- ance. Since the Owls had finished up L. S. U. the previous week, a tough fight was looked for. But the Tidal Wave rolled full force to amass 360 yards in making 22 first downs to 7 for Rice. Coach Simons kept the score down by playing his subs for experience in the second half. " Dub " Jones earned more glory with a 65-yard punt return, and freshman Marvin McCain earned him- self a starting berth by his performance. " Number- less " Jim Randall had the fans raving with a thrill- ing last-period dash. Mighty Len Finley ' s defensive work and field generaling was a feature, while tiny Ed Hofman, smallest starter in the nation, teamed with Gaston Bourgeois for line honors. Other good performances were turned In by Sam Molloy and Ray Olsen at the ends. A high spot of the game was the showing made by the No. 2 Tulane forward wall. LEONARD FINLEY Quarterback JOE RENFRQE Right Half Returning to grid warfare, after a year ' s lay-off, a typical Auburn Tiger team lay in wait for Tulane and fought 60 nninutes before being downed 16-13 in one of the most thriliing of all football games. After sub Jim Randall had dashed 45 yards in the closing minutes, " Dub " Jones ' field goal gave the Greenies victory No. 2. Greenie power generated 394 yards and 16 firsts, but Auburn ' s Kuykendall kept the Tigers always in the game. Ben Ellender ' s passing was a feature. Trainer Luchslnger helps Finley off the field after an injury in the Auburn game. Finiey played a fine defensive ganne, and his loss in this game and those in the last of the season was sorely felt. Bottom: Only a handfu! of men remain on their feet, and although it ' s five Tigers against two Greenies, the Wave makes a substantial gain through the ?V " HARRY ROBINSON Fullback Top: The Green Wave backfield advances toward the Mustang line to lead Interference for a long right end run. Bottonn; Renfroe punts from the Tulane goal line to play it safe against the 5, M. U. Mustangs. The Wave had to come -from behind fo turn back S. M. U., but Tulane power wrote in a lopsided 27-7 win. A record- smashing 88-yard run by Harry Robinson unleashed pent-up fury, which was turned on in netting 474 yards. The Mustangs couldn ' t cope with the versatile Greenie backs such as " Joltin " Joe Renfroe, Marvin McCain, " Dub " Jones, and Robinson. This was the final game for 17 squadmen, including the irreplaceable Finley and Ellender. Tulane ' s bid ■for national prestige was blasted by a Georgia Tech team that withstood an early " invasion " and came back to mop up by 34-7. The Greenies literally swept Tech from the field, scoring in the first few minutes and being stopped at the goal line a second time. After a half-time 7-6 lead, Jones went out and Frank Broyles with Dinky Bowen razzle-dazzled the Wave into defeat. The loss of Finley and others was sorely felt as Tech hit for four scores on passes. But the Wave gained 224 yards. Tech throws a spectacular pass. ELLIOTT IGLEHART Guard RAY OLSEN End GASTON BOURGEOIS Guard Pechon is stopped by four Tech men. m,m Harry Robinson carries the ball for a Tulane gain. In a spectacular game of long runs and offensive play, the Greenies rolled through the mud to a 36-20 win over Clemson — the fourth of the season. Jones went for 78 yards, Robinson for 85, and Renfroe and Mc- Cain made other long TD runs to turn back an in- spired Tiger eleven. The caravan of backs netted 533 yards in making 18 first downs. " Ike " Iglehart and Fred Roseman were aces in the forward wall. Top: It looks like a touchdown. Center: McCain picks up yardage through the line. Bottom: Jones is off on a long end What would have gone down as one of the Green Wave ' s finest seasons was marred by an L. S. U. Tiger team that rose to the heights to battle Tulane off its feet and win a 25-6 victory. A hungry Tiger was seek- ing its second win of the season, and though they weren ' t rated a chance, the Bayou Boys came up with a superb effort. They made not one error, and an inspired line put the brakes on Tulane ' s powerful offensive. Y. A. Tittle struck through the air time and again, and was the difference in the two teams. After it had checked an early Green Wave drive, L. S. U. came into its own and wrote finis to a Tulane season of four wins and three losses. L. S. U. Action Shots. Top: L. S. U. is about to be stopped for no gain. Center: " Dub " Jones rips through the L. S. U. Line. Bottom: L. S. U tries left end. FRED ROSEMAN Tackle LcROY SCHNEIDER Tackle J%1 m " Joltin ' Joe " Renfroe runs the Tigers ' right end. Top: Out In the clear but for one man. Bottom: A beautiful spiraling punt, Joe. 113 A gymless Tulane basketball team, made up entirely ot V-I2ers, gave the Green Wave by far Its best season in over a decade. Major triumphs were scored by this scrappy quint, which beat L. S. U. In all four games, finished second to Kentucky In the S. E. C. tourney, and won fifteen of twenty games in season play. Alex " Greek " Athas, pride of the team, tied the conference record by netting 28 points to lead an upset win over Georgia Tech. All games were played on " foreign " courts, which fact makes this record even more remarkable. The first team was made up of Athas and Ferd Lorio at forwards, Clyde Catha at center, and Ray Olsen and Bob Shearman at guards. Hugh Taylor was outstanding as a sub, and made second team All-S. E. C, while Athas and Lorio were honored on the first " five. " Coach Vernon " Lefty " Haynes, in his second season as cage coach, led the team to fifteen victories over every available service teann in the vicinity, except for losses to such powers as Pensacola and Keesler. The Greenies played a spirited series with the local Y. M. H. A., and won two of three gannes. At the season ' s end, Tulane was a match for any competition. The Wave beat the Tiger in his own lair in two straight one-point victories, and then proved its superiority by two more victories here, the last game by 66-44. Tulane drew a first round bye at Louisville and then scored a smashing 66-55 surprise win over Tech with " Greek " going all out in a 28-point effort. In the finals with Kentucky, a high class Wildcat team turned back the gallant efforts of a fighting Green Wave, 62-46, but once again Tulane was a power in conference basketball. BtBshethaii ALEX " GREEK " ATHAS First Row: Cafha, Warren. Svendson, TanettI, Olsen, Taylor, Haynes. Second Row: Lorio, Sherman. Lyon. Finley. Athas. Stauss. Little Lefty Haynes. trol f-mi ' m " » s ?, 4 r- r fifs; " " -VN[ S E A S O N ' S Tulane 78 Tulane 41 Tulane 47 Tulane 60 Tulane 53 Tulane 59 Tulane 69 Tulane 46 Tulane 53 Tulane 57 Tulane 65 Tulane 80 Tulane 50 Tulane 43 Tulane 43 Tulane 38 Tulane 42 Tulane 41 Tulane 66 Tulane 49 Tulane 66 Tulane (S.E.C. finals) 46 RECORDS Houma N. A. Base . 24 Y. M. H. A 28 Algiers Naval Station 3 1 N. O. Army Air Base 23 Y. M. H. A 56 Jackson Barracks . . 32 Y. M. H. A 31 Algiers Naval Station 24 Coast Guard Barges . 31 Jackson Barracks . . 36 Delta Shipyard ... 57 Armed Guard Center 3 I Pensacola Air Station 72 Pensacola Air Station 50 L S. U 42 L S. U 37 Keesler Field .... 46 L. S. U 39 L. S. U 44 Keesler Field .... 54 Georgia Tech (S. E. C.) 55 Kentucky 62 BOB SHERMAN FERD LORIO CLYDE CATHA BtBsehtBH The Greenie baseballers baHed .545 in winning six of eleven games. The Wave and Tigers split even in a four-game series, and Coach Simons ' boys turned in wins over Jacl(Son Barracks, Lagarde, and the Armed Guard twice. They lost to a crack Keesler Field nine in two tilts. Previewing the season, the collegians gave the New Orleans Pelicans a rough time before bow- ing 7-5. Med student Jack Pou turned in some sparkling fielding around the keystone. Elon- gated Hugh Taylor was the ace of the mound corps, with Russ Lazenby listed number two. Ken Tanetti, gangling first-sacker, and Ed Pal- mer led the hitting department. Pete Mailhes took over the team in June and entered it in the U. S. O. summer play. tjx-j; " Top: R. Taylor. Enns, Laienby, Warren, Peterson, Ellender, H. Taylor. Bottom: Hess, Kennedy. n r« ' J ' V t - i KEN TARZETTI k ' {-t Top: Dews, Waldrop, Pou, Dufrechou. Bottom: Palmer, Tanffltti, Randall. 119 Track The track and field sport proved to be Tulane ' s most unsuccessful undertaking. With few talented veterans, the abbreviated season was a welcome feature. The Green Wave lost a pair of dual meets to the Tech Yellow Jackets and closed the season by losing a spirited meet to the Bayou Bengals. The Greenies were rated a chance to win, but after a hard and close fight the Tigers were victorious, 64 I 2 to 52 I 2. Tech took the conference meet with 90 points, L. S. U. was second with 65, and the Wave took third with 47. Alex Athas again gave Greenle rooters something to howl about as he copped 16 points and won top honors. Early in the season Tulane competed in the S. L. I. relays. FORREST E. OAKES Former Track Coach. Director of Physical Training WERNER LUCHSINGER Track Coach First Row: Luchslnger. Rault, Athas, Jones, Shows, Svendson. Roseman. Renfroe. Oelkers. Second Row: Hodges. Ellis, Kimble. Simon. Lyies, McCoy, Favrot. Third Row: Williams. Maxwell, Corbell. Thompson. Amoss, Rembert. GARY ALBERTINE Tennis Tulane ' s clay court racque+eers played as fine a schedule as could be arranged and came through a tough season with four victories and two defeats. The Green Wave was fortunate indeed to enjoy the services of one of its greatest tennis stars as coach. Lieutenant Ernie Sutter, brother of Cliff, and Southern Inter-collegiate champ in his own right, was the " informal " coach of the team. After being wounded in North Africa, Ernie returned home from the wars and took on the job as net coach voluntarily. In their first match of the season the Wave netters bested the N. O. Lawn Tennis Club 4-2, but in the second a veteran City Park team scored a 6-0 win over the Greenies. Start- ing college play, Tulane journeyed to Houston to score a clean sweep in six matches over Rice. L. S. U. was the next victim, taking not a match in six. But a fine Georgia Tech team kept up the Tech win streak by defeating the Wave 5-1. In the final match of the season Tulane beat the Tigers in Baton Rouge 5-1. The entire squad was made up of naval students and included Gary Albertine, Walter Russell, Paul Napolitano, Harcourt Waters, Adair Watters, Arnold Lefkovits, and Herbert Baker. Albertine was the team ' s No. I player throughout the season, while the other three players changed many times. HARCOURT WATERS WALTER RUSSELL ADAIR WAITERS MEMBERS SIDNEY JONES WALTER RUSSELL GARY ALBERTINE HARCOURT WATERS HERBERT BAKER ARNOLD LEFKOVITS ADAIR WAITERS OSCAR ANDERSON, Manager Gnii Coach Innes Millar ' s golf team took up the record-breaking streak which the cage team had begun early in the season. And they chalked up another first. The Greenie links team won not only its first match in history from the Ole War Skule, but twice defeated the L. S. U. sockers. Playing their first match of the season, the Wavemen beat the Tiger in its own lair, 10-8. Not an L. S. U. team since 1927 had lost a match on its own course. Then the Tulanians scored again by 12 1 2 to 5 1 2 in a match here at Auburn. The team ' s only veteran was diminutive Charlie Rosen, who captained the squad. During the season Charlie brought more honors to Tulane by winning the city golf championship. After a large group of hopefuls had started the season. Jack Bartlett, Wilmore " Buddy " Cox, Tom Bush, Karl Humes, and Rosen emerged as the team ' s No. I players. Millar ' s squad took part in several practice matches and had considerable success. t ' . The most interesting part ot the interfratemity competition on the campus is the Pan-Hellenic Sports program. The lead-off sport for the 1945 cup was swimming, and the results of the meet showed that several fraternities had an equally good start on the cup as far as amassing points was concerned. The next activity was Softball, which was fol- lowed by bowling, basketball, and touch football. After these and several other events have been completed, the fraternity having the most points tvill be declared the winner of the cup. Pan-MMellenic SPORTS 125 In t r tB I ' 3M u r a I s With the current three-semester, year-round school year has come to Tulane a much broader and more diversified program of intramural athletics. The physical training de- partment has planned and carried out extensive activities Softball is one of the matn Intramural sports. 126 Any baslcefball game Is fasf and furious. jj in the field of sports, for both the regularly scheduled classes for the Holmes ' Cup. Each event is looked forward classes and also free periods, during which many various to with great anticipation. The events and when they take competitions are held. Based around the sports attracting place this year are as follows: tug-o-war, December; touch the most interest — that is, touch football, basketball, soft- football, January; basketball, February; track and field, ball, and track and field — the intramural program includes March; softball, April; baseball. May; and swimming, June, also such sports as tennis, soccer, boxing, wrestling, and The council members for the cup competition are the presi- handball. An interesting sideline of this activity is the dents and vice-presidents of the freshman and sophomore annual competition between the freshman and sophomore classes in Arts and Sciences, Commerce, and Engineering. 127 ntnpus Life The selection of the 1945 JAM BALA YA beauties rrni JL - • • ' W: gpj personalities was made by an entirely new sys- Mjadies tern. Nominations for the beauty section were made by the submission by any student of the name of his or her nominee, and each nominee handed in a picture. Students of sophomore standing or above only were eligi- ble. To handle the selection, a special committee was named, composed of the three highest JAMBALAYA editorial officers, the Student Council president, the Newcomb student body president, the JAMBALAYA business manager, two faculty members, and a naval battalion commander. Through an interview and three eliminations, the five beauties were selected. The same committee- chose the personalities, whom they considered separately from the beauties. c r fjViiss cA r y ' rvic r MifJ J lT v VM v»t A I t ' yV i s y[ ic J CQLCy ' t y i (yV iss ctty ( [Ac yyUy C n Vi ( Hi- pi Cvivi 7 Vr ic r vit Campus Personal DICK FAUST, listed In Who ' s Who. president of the Med. Sophomores is a member of K. A., Nu Sigma Nu, Beta Mu, Kappa Delta Phi. O. D. K., History of Medicine, and White Elephants. He also lettered In football. BETTY-BLAIN LYLE. of the College of Commerce, is a member of Delta Zeta. A Cappella Choir, JAMBALAYA, " Hullabaloo, " Cheerleaders, and Pan- Hellenic Council, and has been active in Campus Night and Theatre. FLOYD LEWIS, president of Senior Commerce class and Beta Theta Pi, worked on " Taffraii Log, " and is a member of Who ' s Who, Kappa Delta Phi, Pan- Hellenic Council. Taffraii, and B. S. U. BETTY GRANBERRY, Newcomb associate editor of the JAM- BALAYA, and president of A. O. PI, Is a member of Newcomb Student Council, Pan-Hellenic Council, Who ' s Who, and Publications Board. ALAN ROBINSON, president of Freshman and Sophomore Commerce classes, is a member of Pi K. A., E. T. A., Cheerleaders, Greenbackers, Pan-Heilenic Council, Taffraii, White Elephants, and Who ' s Who. MARTY STUART KELLOGG, president of Honor Board and Chi Omega, is a member of Alpha Sigma Sigma. Who ' s Who. Newcomb Dorm Council, and Newcomb Student Coun- cil. 136 i i £ e s CONNIE FAUST, past president of Newcomb Fresh- man class and chairman of Newcomb Athletic Coun- cil, is a member of Pi Beta Phi. Assets, Who ' s Who. Newcomb Student Council, Student Center Council, Lagniappes, Spanish Club, and Swimming Club. HENRY YONGE, president of Med School and of Student Council, is a member of K. A., Phi Chi. Phi Beta Kappa. O. D. K.. and History of Medi- cine. LEONARD FINLEY, past president of Engineering and of Student Council, lettered in Football and Basketball, is a member of K. A., O. D. K.. Tau Beta Pi. Kappa Delta Phi, E. T, A., Who ' s Who, and A. I. Ch. E. He was also Freshman and Sophomore class president. FRED SCHWARZ, College of Commerce, is " Hulla- baloo " Business Manager, and a member of Alpha Phi Omega, Who ' s Who, Sigma Pi, Publica- tions Board, Theatre, Y. M. C. A., Band, A Cappclla Choir, and Operetta. EMILE BERTUCCI. vice-president of the Med School, and past president of Phi Rho Sigma, is a member of Who ' s Who, Alpha Chi Sigma. Beta Mu, A. O. A., O. D. K., History of Medicine. Glendy Burke, Med Pan-Hellenic, and Newman Club. He received the I. I. Lemann Award and the Walter Reed Memorial Gold Medsl. JONNIE HORN, president of Alpha Sigma Sigma and Newcomb Dorm Council, is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha, Who ' s Who, Tri-Beta, Assets. Newcomb Athletic Council, and Honor Board. 137 TROYE SVENDSON, College of Arts and Sciences, president of Delta Sigma Ptil and Pan-Hellenic Council, is a member of Taffrai! and White Ele- phants. He also lettered in Basketball and Track. CHARLES CRADY was president of Law School, vice- president of Student Council, and is active in Phi Delta Phi, the " Law Review, " Publications Board, Who ' s Who, Glendy Burke, War Forum, and Kappa Delta Phi. DOROTHY COYLE is president of the School of Social Work and has been active as a member of the Student Council. She is listed in Who ' s Who. FLORENCE RICKER, Newcomb Junior class presi- dent, is a member of A. O. Pi, Newcomb Student Council, Honor Board. Student Center Council, Who ' s Who. and Greenbackers. ZENO HOLT is past president of Med School, and a member of the Student Council. Phi Chi, Owl Club, and History of Medicine. BILLY PATTON. past president of the Freshman Meds, is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Thela Pi, Phi Chi, Beta Mu, Kappa Delta Phi, History of Medicine, Greenbackers, Lagniappes. T. U. R. K., Who ' s Who, and Honor Board. C a wn p u s JP e r s a n a i CHARLES KNIGHT, president of Senior Meds and of Owl Club, is active in K. A., Phi Chi. O. D. K., A. O. A., Who ' s Who, Kappa Delta Phi. and History ot Msdicine. THOM COLLENS, more and Junior Moot Court, is a Phi, Kappa Delta vice-president of his Sopho- Law classes and chairman of lember of D. K. E., Phi Delta Phi. Who ' s Who. Theater, and ELAINE McFAUL, president of Y. W. C. A., is a member of Who ' s Who, Phi Mu, Newcomb Student Pan-Hellenic Council, Spanish Club, and Canterbury Club. Council ADELE REDDITT, president of Newcomb Senior class and of Phi Mu. is a member of Alpha Sigma Sigma, Who ' s Who, Newcomb Dorm Council, Newcomb Student Council, Pan-Hellenic Council. A Cappella Choir, and Glee Club. ROBIN AHRENS, editor of the " Hullabaloo " and president of Theta Nu, Is a member of 2eta Tau Alpha, Who ' s Who, Spectators, Green backers. Publications Board. Lagniappes, and Theater, GUYTON WATKINS. secretary of Law School, editor of the " Wave, " and president of Y. M. C. A., is a member of PI K. A.. Glendy Burke, and Phi Delta Phi. i t i e s HULL MILITAR Y. Captain F. U. Lake U. S. N. (Ret.), Commanding Officer The Naval R. O. T. C. and V-12 units at Tulane have played a very active part in the life of the school since July, 1943. Up until November, 1944, the unit was composed of over eleven hundred trainees; however, at this time the Tulane unit, as well as many others throughout the country, experienced a thirty per cent cut. It still remains one of the largest and best, nevertheless. The Tulane unit undoubtedly has some of the finest and most capable officers on its staff, and can be particularly proud of the fact that its Commanding Officer, Captain Forrest U. Lake, was an instigator of the program and, incidentally, recently won a citation for his work. At the present time the future of the V-12 program cannot be known, but without question, its existence at Tulane University marks an important period in the history of the school. i, I i m FIRST COMPANY Commander F. C. MORAN. JR. Sub-Commander J. L. CARPENTER C. P. O B. A. PARKER FIRST PLATOON Commander F. W. LEWIS Platoon P. O H. M. KIEFER J. T. Alley W. W. Sresham. Jr. W. J. Amoss, Jr. L. H. Hickman O. M. Anderson, Jr. G. D. Koon E. A. Brown J. R. Larkin E. W. H. Brown A. K. Lefkovlts L. M. Bryan D. B. LeSardeur W. J. Charles B. L. Lewis D. Z. Cauble T. B. Mclnfosh P. Cooper F. V. McMlllen, II J. F. Corn M. A. Michael. Jr. J. W. Cox W. J. Michael P. S. Craig E. L. Palmer, R. J. Denissen H. M. Olson E, C, Doerries, Jr. F. E. Roseman D. M. Helm F. L. Warren P. L. Frank J. H. Williams K. R. Sllleland SECOND PLATOON Commander C. L. MEADOR Platoon P. O J. R. HODGES H. L, Baker M. Livaudais. Jr. D. H. Barr P. H. Lorrain F, A. Bell, Jr. D. E. Loye J. H, Bryant W, C. McCord H, E. Burns, Jr. J. D. Maddox B. J. Corbell P. C. Mangelsdorf W. C. Gibson D. B. Martin R. H. Havner L. L. Merrill W. S. Greig F. D. Montague. Jr. W. A. Helseth L. S. Odom, Jr. C. V, Hinton M. C. O ' Neal. Jr. K. C, Ives J. G. Pfrimmer H. W. Joslin J. W. Rayburn S. Kampakis W. C. Scheppegrell D. K. Kohler R. O. Werlein C. W. Lanehart THIRD PLATOON Commander E. S. HOFMAN Platoon P. O J. W. CHIN W. L. Carter O. J. Martinei R. G. Colgan T. R. Pitts W. L. Connelly, Jr. J. M. Rault. Jr. L. P. Dabbs T. C. Rumph R. B. Cowart E. G. Russell, Jr. T. M. Dietz C. E. Schatz T. T. Fossum S. K. Sharpless J. W. Elder J. B. Smallpage F. H. W. Frant! J. E. Smith J. H. Gibert L. R. Taylor, Jr. H. J. Glass, II W. R. Taylor E. K. Hacker L. H. Waller.. Jr. A. M. Hazen H, H. Waters P. E. T. Jensen W. E. Watkins W. W. Killion J. W. Winder! C. E McHale, Jr. A. H. Zilberman J B. Mann. Jr. First CotnpiBny mmm ij ini " »i ■: ;f-: H ? It! » Second CotnptBny i, i i, !, [ SECOND COMPANY Commander R. O. OLSEN Sub-Commander J. L. McCORKLE C. P. O S. J. McSREW FIRST PLATOON Commander T. A. SVENDSON Platoon P. O W. A. KIMBLE J. E. Abbott W. J. Green C. J. Babrngton F. D. Grogan F. L. Armstrong N. F. Hemel T. G. Baker F. J. Kilgore H. K. Barnett D. J. Kraft J. C. Benjamin G. S. Leachman J. T. Bonnen C. C. Nyman I. T. Carr N. V. O ' Neal D. M. Coulter R. S. Rogerson C. A. Dalton E. E. Sellers W. L. Davis J. W. Sherrouse. Jr. J. C. Dunavant R. B. Shows C. F. Etiiridge, Jr. J. D. Tallant W. D. Faust F. W. Van Kirk M. J. Fleming F. P. Waguespack, Jr. J. L. Gammell T. M. Watson J. W. Goad C. Wiley T. Z. Green SECOND PLATOON Commander . . . W. B. SCHMITZ Platoon P. O . . H. M. SCHUMAN G. H. Barker, Jr. H. A. Mackey T. Z. Bibb A. G. Mann W. C. Carrutli J. S. Martin J. M. Clark H. A. Millon R. P. Connolly L. E. Moore L. C. French K. S. Olson L. Gillikin, Jr. A. A. Papaminas B. M. Hamman T. E. Perkins J, J. Hein, Jr. E. J. Rathke R. D. Hurlbert. Jr. J. Ricli F. R. James W. E. Shoup A. Jones. Jr. W. P. Stephens D. P. Kyle C. W. Summers W. J. Leahey H. B. Walker, Jr. G. M. Leavines B. W. Webb H. A. Liles THIRD PLATOON Commander .... . A. A. WAnERS, JR Platoon P. 0. . . . . . . H. E. TARDY, JR C. P. Dodd J. N. Satterwhite F. K. Furr R. T. Smart M. J. Soldsworthy E. F. Strauss S. J. Green F. B. Stewart H. W. Herbsl W. L. Warren R. R. Higgins, Jr. R. Vandermeulen A. C. Lassiter R. K. Vaughn E. M. Mayo W. L. Thomas C. E. Munden 1.. F. Stravasnik W. J. Peterson J. L. Strauss W. E. Pollard C. W. White M. H. Randolpll Beni. Whiteley. Jr. R. L. Rawls G. E. Wright R. D. Repass H. E. Wright, Jr. S. J. Ross Cawntnissianed Officers First Row: Lieutenant J. G. Burton, Lieutenant Commander S. Sanders, Jr., Captain F. U. Lake, Lieutenant Commander W. D. Hodges, Lieutenant Connmander C. W. Petrie, Lieutenant Commander J. G. McKinnon, Lieutenant H. H. Fridiey. Second Row: Lieutenant J. E. Cobb, Lieutenant D. A. Kennedy, Lieutenant (igl J. R. Tench, Lieutenant M. P. Rogers, Lieutenant E. S. Gard, Lieutenant C. M. Ransom, Lieutenant (jg) G. E. Sullivan, Ensign D. E. Steeves. COLOR GUARD Burns, Doerrles, Frank, Waguespack. THE DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS D W Abel Jr S H Barker, Jr., R. P. Bobo, R. Cockrell. R. N. Grdntham. J. A. Grimes, N. B. Howells, D coster, ' J.K. Perloff, C. E. Reid, P. H. Roach, Jr., C. R, Vcris, W. W. Klllion, I. T. Carr, C. W. White, G. M. Leavins. BATTALION STAFF Eshleman, McCord, Robinson, Viiard, LoBlanc. CHIEF PETTY OFFICERS S. B. Webb. L. G. Lee. T. A. Farrcll. G. R. Bradbury, M. F. Comer. The whole unit stands Saturday inspection. SECOND BAHALION STAFF THIRD BATTALION STAFF SECOND BATTALION STAFF Commander . . . Petty Officer . . Third Company . Fourth Company Fifth Company . K. J. WHEELAHAN E. M. FEIGENBAUM .... F. E. KELLY . . . D. C. BUBLITZ . . . A. C. BUXTON THIRD BATTALION STAFF Commander J. R. BISE, III Petty Officer A. C. DELLACOSTA Sixth Company B. L. MOORE Seventh Company G. A. WEESE Eighth Company R. A. DAHLSTROM 12 THIRD COMPANY Commander F. E. KELLY C. P. O J. T. MAY First Platoon Commander . . . K. LACROIX First Platoon P. O S. H. CADY Second Platoon Commander, V. P. CHRONIS Second Platoon P. O C. L. SCOTT Guidon Bearer .... J. H. THOMSON, JR. FOURTH COMPANY Commander D. C. BUBLITZ C. P. O J. WATTLEY First Platoon Commander . H. M. COWART First Platoon P. O R. O. FALES Second Platoon Commander ... J. PETERS Second Platoon P. O V. CAPPS Guidon Bearer P. J. BRAUD FIFTH COMPANY Commander A. C. BUXTON C. P. O C. E. OWENS First Platoon Commander, C. B. WELBORN First Platoon P. O J. D. MORGAN Second Platoon Commander, F. M. DELORME Second Platoon P. O H. F. STEEN Guidon Bearer N. D. WHARTON SIXTH COMPANY Commander B. L. MOORE C- P. O M. A. HAWK First Platoon Commander . . D. T. RAWLS First Platoon P. O R. L. FANCHER Second Platoon Commander, R. A. ANDERSON Second Platoon P. O L. G. PENCE Guidon Bearer H. E. ELLIS SEVENTH COMPANY Commander G. A. WEESE C- P. O CM. POWELL First Platoon Commander . . . J. F. WATERS First Platoon P. O. . . . C. M. MOSS, JR. Second Platoon Commander, L. B. MATTHEWS Second Platoon P. O J. E. ROGERS Guidon Bearer G. M. CARPENTER EIGHTH COMPANY Commander R. A. DAHLSTROM C. P. O J. N. WILLIAMS First Platoon Commander, R. A. HENDERSON First Platoon P. O. . . . O. A. EASTERLING Second Platoon Commander, F. C. CHAPMAN Second Platoon P. O E. FISHER Guidon Bearer R. M. LOTSPEICH OFFICERS . . . . T H I n n COMPANY FIRST PLATOON SECOND PLATOON A J. Arnold T. E. LInder H. T. Addkison F. E. Kelly B. V. Baus M. F. McDonald J. E, Allain J. A. LaCour Jr. F. L. Beets A Markosian W. F. Allaire R. LindsPV. Ji. J. R. Benson J. T. May R. V. Barnes S. Louchis C. L Black K. P. Miller R. A. Barton T. S. McDaniel H P. Boardman W. J. Miller J. C. Beiisner M. R. McQuinn D. E. Bone J. P. Ohisen. Jr. W, T. Berner. Jr. M. L. Monk E. E. Bradford W. T. Pietrzak C. O. Boitrom N. Muntean. Jr. S H. Cadv D S. Price C. C. Braddock E. E. Pechon S. Cambias. Jr. C. P. Read. Jr. N. H. Butler, Jr. A. S. Pincus C. J. Champion M. P. Reeves F. M. Chatry J. W. Pope J, Chiaro A. N. Reqottaz V. P. Chronis W. H. Powell. Jr. R. E, Compagno M. W. Rhodes J. R. Combov J. B. Randall, jr. O E. Earnhardt. Jr. W. B. Root. Jr. R. W. C-avcia ' t W. C. Reynolds. Jr J. S. Enos N. L. Sandelin A B. Dews W. W. Robert E. R. Cstes, Jr. H. B. Smith J. S. Draqo R. Rouques R. W. Ford J. H. Snell. Jr. A. T. Edqerton. Jr. R. O. Rosewall R. L. Gaqnard A. L. Teston H. J. Eqenes W. W. Rumans H S. Henninq J. H. Thomson. Jr F. J. Favoloro C. L. Scott R. D. Hlnson H. E. Trieb G. J. Flynn B. K. Simmons H A. Jackson A. S. Wade M. Gallup J. J. Strata W A. Jones W. J. Watson M. J. Goodwill T. E. Tate c J. Kahn M. White W. C. Johnson C. G. Thomas K. D. LaCroix R. A. White E. W. Jones W. A. Tierney L. Y. Lewis. Jr. S. G. Whitten J. Kane W. D. Willig. Jr. J. E. Wilso.i V I ' i § »« » t J, _ »4 ij, % II i b I » M i I » 9 . I i FIRST PLATOON SECOND PLATOON D. G. Abbruize:e A. Calcote S. H. Boyd. Jr. W. E. Hawkins W H. Abel D, P. Camarata. Jr. E. L. Bryan-Turner R. N. Helm C. C. Acker E. J. Capper D. C. Bublits J. R. Herrinqton R. E. Allan W. B. Chandler, Jr. W R. Camp A. H. Janssen C. M. Allen W. A. Cherry C. W. Campbell R. W. Laplante L, R. Ballage M. E. Clarson V. L. Capps C. F. Lav A. R. Barton L. L. Coats C. L. Coleman L. L. Lenz F. J. Baslle W. J. Collier P. N. Comeaux J. W. Lyon J. E. Bayles H. Cowart C. S. Cook M. L. McAuliffe, Jr W J. Benedict R. W. Draffin D. D. Coordes P. R. McCouch L. H. Bengtson. Jr. C. d: Duke W G. Corcoran S. P. Mahler J. A. Benlamin R. W. Evans R. E. Craven E. J. Peters N H. Berry R. 0. Fales R. C. Crockett. Jr. J. J. Reeves S. P. Berry J. W. Fowler W Currier L. W. Salathe K. G. Binqemann W. R. Frye W A. Dirks E. C. Sharp W . E. Blatt D. Hassakis V. J. Dupre R. B. Sowards J. D. Blum C. G. Lob C O. Ford J. E. Spaeth R. M. Boh. Jr. W. D. Pfeiffer E. M. Ford A. Stockstrom R. P. Bond N. P. Roussos J. J. Frick W. B. Strohm C P. Boyle S. Stern. II A. F. Garland H. R. Stuber P. J. Braud J. H. Stock B. G. Grishman H. E. Sunn E. L. Brown F. J. Warren. Jr. J. M. Hamilton W. R. Timman T. J. Brown J. C. Wattley T. K. Harrah J. S. Treadwell J. J. Burke E. W. Wilkerson. Ill R. L. Harris J. H. White J E. Byrd. Jr. T. D. Wofford. Jr. N J. Haupt B. W. Ziegler FOUR T H COMPANY 165 4- 1 - ■ i M $ % ii « »i ' FIFTH COMPANY FIRST PLATOON C. W. Beamon L. R. Ledbetter J. B. Benton R. E. Leiqh F. B. Berry B. N. Levisay H. H. Bowers D. T. Lindimore T. D. Boyle F. F. Lipscomb W. E. Bright J. C. McConnico C. L. Cox. Jr. M. McCord W. L. Ferguson. Jr. J. B. Morgan R. J. Field, Jr. C. E. Owens M. R. Greer H. B. Patterson W. L Haninq C. D. Pears M. F. Hatrel. Jr. W. E, Polk W. A. Hill B. W. Reams C. L. Hoffman R. F. Samuel F. B. Hoqan C. L. Schulti H. R. Holder F. C. Schultz J. E. Honsinqer F. H. Siiaw J. G. Home. Jr. C. H. Sheffrey F. A, Howard M. L. Simmons. J R. E. Huqties. Jr. T. H. Smitii. Jr. J. F. KIciber S. G. Stciner. Ill J. L. Kotcli P. W. Sweeny R. C. Kreutzer G. P. Swenson B. F. Landreth R. L. Talkinqton M. Lasky R. E. Walters C. B. Welborn SECOND PLATOON w T. Bilbro S. R. McEwen N. A. Buranat D. H. McGee F. O. Burqe. Jr. W R. Nixon A. C. Buxton V. B. Olsen D. E. Buxton W E. Ost J. W. Cameron B. S. Patrick S. H. Carpenter F. J. Patterson O D. Carter R. G. Richardson J. N. Crumbley N. A. Saigh. Jr. J. L. Dean H F. Steen F. M. Delorme C S. Stewart M Demouy H H. St. Paul. Jr. H G. Doran N. J. Sylvester P. G. Enns B. Taylor. Jr. F. R. Friielle A. H. Thalheim, Jr J. H. Gentry R P. Terry W U. Giessel H L. Thomas, Jr. M A, Guidry W A, Thomas R. P. Gulley E F. Tompkins W G. Heffron. Jr. J. H. Wetiel R. L. Levy N D. Wharton D. J. Hyde K. W. Yoder R. L. McCroskey R. L. Younq F. E. McDonald R. A. Younq 0. D. Zachnarv FIRST PLATOON E. R. Brown C. P. Milne J. B. Chumley. Jr. J. E. Miller C B, Crites D. M. MIshek J. E. Crowell, Jr. J. E. Molesworth L. H. Devine A. R. Moore E. E. Donahue B. L. Moore C L. Doolin W. M. Moten J. R. Edgett. Jr. A. G. Mouton R. L. Fancher. Jr. R. J. Muellinq, Jr. M A. Hawk H. W. Obaugh A M. Henreckson R. J. Plant. Jr. B. E. Johnson. Jr. D. T. Rawls R, M. Keiser J. C. Renfrow R. A. McGowan H. H. Schulte. Jr. R. S. McGregor J. R. Snnith J. W. McKay T. J. Stephens T. L. McNeely, Jr. D. L. Thomas W C. McQuinn W. J. Thomas. Jr. J. D. Mahoney J. S. Thompson, Jr R. E. Marshall T. L. Trenchard J. R. Massey J. L. Webb. Jr. L. T. Mastos C. H. Whitaker J. E. Meeks R. F. Wolfson B. J. Melton M. Wood R. E. Merrill J. W. Young R. S. Zehr SECOND PLATOON H. C. Aqnew W. C. Alexander. Jr. J. M. AHord Alvis Anderson J. H. R. A. D. F. Arthur R. V. Barnett R. F. Bartusch E. M. Baumhauer, Jr. W. R. Bayer L. L. Benedetto H. D. Casey E. S, Coleman J. E. Cooper F. C. Cullerton E. L. Davis J. C. Durham H. E. Ellis C. Featherston G. D. Frank A. D. Glick P. E. Goode J. T. Gourley S. L. Hinton S. W. Win J. E. Hirsch L F. Ingram P. W. Jolly. Jr. R. L. Laakso B. Louviere R. G. Meyers P. Newell R. Newsome G. Peerman. Jr. G. Pence R. Pleasants W. W. Simpson F. A. Smith J. W. Smith E. E. Spencer. Jr. J. C. Tallichet, Jr. J. U. Thibodcau J. F. Vanek M. G. Vanlandinqham E. J. Vann. Jr. A. E. Vansinden. Jr. T. E. Watts. Jr. W. M. Wilkerson. Jr. R. C. Wilson iman s J¥ T a COMPANY wl H] S E V E N T H C O M P A iV F FIRST PLATOON SECOND PLATOON H, E. Bflumqarten C. R. Morris G. M, Carpenter L. B. Matthews L. A. Beecherl. Jr. P. L. Moseley. Ill C. Clark. Jr. G. E. Motal C. R. Bricker C. M. Moss. Jr. L. W. Bouer A. B. Paulson. Jr R. L. Couch. Jr. W. F. Nielsen. Ill L. Embry R. J. Pritchard M. F. Currier J. C. O ' Brien W. J. Fraering G. G. Randolph M. F. Day R. L. Page R. B. French R. C. Read A. T. Delery J. 0. Palmiter D. B. Fried D. H. Reaves C. L. Deuel J. Patrick H. J. Gabriel. Jr. F. W. Reckling F. N. Dickman, Jr. R. L. Patterson F. A. Garrett. Jr. R. C. Reld A. F. Dodson R. D. Payne H. W. Garrett J. W. Roberts G. B, Doelling N. L. Pellerin C. M. Geyer J. E. Rogers R. L. Dorsev. Jr. G. L. Petri D. M. Gray. Jr. M. E. Ross W. D. Drauqhton T. B. Portwood. Jr. E. J. Green S. G. Sanders D. R. Duncan C. M. Powell C. D. Greene R. B. Schelleci C. J. Everhardt. Jr. H. C. Robinson. Jr. G. J. Grunblatt J. M. Short W. E. Fox R. J. Rothell R. A. Hackett J. A. Stockton R. K. Goode W. G. Spargo H. D. Hastings S. W. Sulli E. G. Hays G. W. Tucker C. N. Kahn J. D. Sword P. H. HIncs W. N. Veale. Jr. J. A. Knight W. B. Tappen L. A. Hokanson W. C. Walker L. W. Lassiter R. L. Ward John Klemic J. F. Waters W. F. Lenfestey T. L. Ward G. N. Lewis A. L. Watson J. F. Mackenzie J. W. Warden G. C. Logan W. A. Watson. Jr. J. C. Malone P. Wcllcr. Jr. W. B. Mask G. A. Weese J. J. Marlcelli R. C. Williams J. R. Wicker M. R. Wilson. Jr. i i i % 9 I 0 jil ilm || | | m S mB gm FIRST PLATOON SECOND PLATOON J. E. Baudean 1. Kleiman R. S. Anderson R. L. Maqee J. A. Bender W. L. Kump J. C. Barnett 1. R, Maiors T. E. Cox J. H. Mears. Jr. f. C, Chapman G. A. Masek H A. Dawson R. R. Meier R. A. Dahlstrom C. V. Matthews L. J. Develle A, Mims. Jr. E. L. Demmon. Jr. K R. Mayo H F. A. Diem W. W. Mmchew. Jr. E. Fisher E. M. Moore O A. Easterlinq W. E. O ' Ouinn R. D. Gaines L. .1. Moyers M L. Giskin B I. Patterson H L. Hanna J. W. Mundinger C. E. Guice C. G. Ravburn D. M, Ivlns R. 0, Owens R. A. Henderson R- E. Reynolds D D. Jarrell H E. Ponsonby A. J. Hirt M. Rhodes C. M. Kerby D. A. Sharp L. G. Horan D. W. Riggs W G. Kinq A. L. Siekinq. Jr. A. Huff J. W. Roark C C. Klav A. J, Sims D. R. Hunter J. L. Roberts L. K. Lacewell. Jr. C. G. Skidmore W H. Ingram, Jr. H. T. Robinson, Jr R, L. Lambrlqht, Jr. F. C. Smart. Jr. J. L. Jeiks III C. E. Rode L. C. Le Blanc 1. T. Smith F. D. JoHrion D. E. Ryder A R. Lee H. N. Stall K. W. Johnson D. L. Saferstein G C. Lee H. C. Steele M L. Johnson H. J. Schlager H F. Lemieux D. L. Stephens R. E. Jones C, J. Schumaciier . Jr. R. T. Liles M. L. Stephens S. T. Jones. Ill K. S. Smith F. B. Livingston G. M. Stevens J. D. Kabler L. Solomon R. F. Logan J. C. Todd M Kant S, D, Thompson R. M. Lotspeich T. R. Wenger R. C. Kelly E. J. Wroten H P. Luckett J. N. Williams. Jr. E I G B T H COMPANY 169 Top: Look at fhls one. Botfom: Sign language. Cafeteria in Hutchinson Memorial. ARMY A J% Professional co-operation. MED ST The Arnny passes in review. Elevator service between floors. B NAVY The inspecting parly makes its tour. U D E N T S Top: See that guy over there? Bottom: Drop by drop. Marching in review in front of McAlister Auditorium. Top; At work in the library. Bottom; Concentration in the lounge. More A R M Y A] The cafeteria line. MED ST MU-«, ;- f f r % M 1 ? r V Out in front. In cadence, countl 9 WAVY Lounging. U D E N T S Top: A contrast In unifornns. Bottonn: Fact and fiction. i. rffawBEzaiions S t u d e n t Council BEATRICE FIELD Graduate Manager of Student Activities km i FIRST ROW: Barns, Corcoran, Coyle. SECOND ROW: Holt, Jahncke, Masquelettc. OFFICERS March, 1944 LEONARD FINLEY President CHARLES CRADY Vice-President LILIAN HAh IMOND Secretary 176 % FIRST ROW: Crady, FInley, Hammond. SECOND ROW; Whitman, Yon9e. OFFICERS November, 1944 HENRY YONGE President LILIAN HAMMOND Vice-President CARL SCHUMACHER Secretary MEMBERS CARL ALPER Graduate Scliool WALTER BARNA College of Arts and Sciences WALTER CORCORAN College of Commerce DOROTHY COYLE School of Social Work CHARLES CRADY College of Law LEONARD FINLEY College of Engineering LILIAN HAMMOND Newcomb College ZENO HOLT School of Medicine WARREN JAHNCKE College of Commerce HANS JONASSEN Graduate School PHIL MASQUELETTE College of Commerce JACK MEYER College of Law CARL SCHUMACHER College of Arts and Sciences ANDREW WHITMAN College of Engineering HENRY YONGE School of Medicine Student government at Tulane is organized along simple and well defined lines. The University has manifested great confidence in the student body by giving the students free range in the direction and control of its own affairs. Each class in each college selects its class officers and in addition each college is governed by its student body officers. Each separate college has its own honor board composed of carefully selected students. The Student Council, the highest student governing body on the campus, is composed of the various college presi- dents, of which there are eight. The Student Council has the power to determine the policies of student gov- ernment, to recognize and supervise all student activities, to interpret the constitution of the Associated Students of the Tulane University of Louisiana, and to allocate and supervise the expenditure of student fees. 177 standing: Berry. Clark, Morphy, Faust and Ricker. Seated: Reddltt. McGlothMn, Horn, Kellogg. Hammond. Faulk, Dupuy, McFaul and Baker. MEMBERS Peggy Baker Belly Berry Alice Clark Charlolle Dupuy Barbara Faulk Connie FausI Belty Granberry Lilian Hammond Jennie Horn Phyllis Johnson Mary Stuarl Kellogg BeHy Morphy Elaine McFaul Iris McGlolhlin Betty Pourciau Adele Reddi+I Florence Riclcer LILIAN HAMMOND President The Newcomb Student Council is the executive element of the Newcomb Student Government Association. It is connposed of officers of the association, the president of 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 of the Student Council are: President, Lilian Hammond; Vice- President, Barbara Faulk; Corresponding Secretary, Betty Pourciau; Recording Secretary, Betty Berry. I 1111 Siud e n t C a u t3 c i I 178 i ri J J II B G n a r B a a r d The Newcomb Honor Board is responsible for upholding the rules of Newcomb ' s Honor System, and for punishing any student who breaks the rules contained therein. Each student, 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 elections, keeping the polls, counting the votes, etc. The officers are: President, Mary Stuart Kellogg; Vice-President, Adele Redditt; Secretary, Dorothy Eaves. MARY STUART KELLOGG President MEMBERS Emily Badt Peggy Baker Dorothy Eaves Lilian Hammond Augusta Harper Jonnie Horn Phyllis Johnson Mary Stuart Kellogg Toby McCarty Betty Ivlorphy Betty Pourciau Adele Redditt Florence Ricker Standing: Pourciau, Harper, Ricker. Seated: Horn, Redditt, Kellogg, Hammond and Morphy. 1 J n o wn o y €f u n The purpose of the Newcomb Dormitory Council 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 dormitories, is run on the honor system, and the council has the power to punish offenders by restric- tions to the campus. The officers are: President, Resident Student Government Association, Jonnie Horn; Secretary, Resident Student Government Association, Elizabeth Wheless; President, East Wing of J. L. House, Barbara Mann; President, West Wing of J. L. House, Jo-Ellyn Levy; President, Lemonier House, Anne Bonham; President, McKay Hall, Clarice Slagle; President, Doris Hall, Doris Weinstein. Rosalie Ambler Irene Buchanan Lydia Caffery Dorothy Carruth Betty Davis Frances Egan Vivian Harper Ann Higgison MEMBERS Alice Jane Jackson Eleanor Kidd Adele ReddiH Eleanor Reich Octavia Reynolds Gloria Smitherman Olive Wise Top Row: Harper, Davis, Wheeless, Higgison, Smitherman, Carrufh. Second Row: Egan, Ambler, Slagle, Bonham, Caffery, Buchanan, Reich. Bottom Row; Redditt, Kidd, Mann, Horn, Levy and Wise. JONNIE HORN President OA f Ahrens, Lewis, Crady, Moss. Schwari. Field. ;r, 1 Publicaiians B a a r d MEMBERS Robin Ahrens Bill Brownson Charles Crady Betfy Granberry Warren Hugo Moreau Jumonville Floyd Lewis Murphy Moss Parker Schneidau Fred Schwari ADVISERS Dean George E. Simmons Miss Beatrice M. Field DEAN GEORGE E. SIMMONS Adviser The Publications Board is composed of the editors and business managers of the JAMBALAYA and the HULLABALOO, two senior class presidents selected from any colleges of the University by the Student Council, the president of the Student Council, another representative from Student Council selected by its members, and a representative from Newcomb College. The chairman of the Board is the Student Council president, and the advisers are Miss Beatrice M. Field, Graduate Manager of Student Activities, and Mr. George E. Simmons of the Journalism Department. The Board elects the editors and business managers of publications and advises the staffs in all matters pertaining to the publications. This year ' s members were Leonard Finley, Henry Yonge, Charles Crady, Moreau Jumonville, Floyd Lewis, Bill Brown- son, Murphy Moss, Parker Schneidau, Robin Ahrens, Fred Schwarz, Betty Granberry, and Warren Hugo. 181 BILL BROWNSON Co-Editor MURPHY MOSS Co-Editor THE 4 J The " Jamb " Office never looked this neat. This is the organization whose efforts result in your yearbook, which celebrates its Golden Jubilee this year. We have tried to present a true picture of the progress of the University for the past fifty PARKER SCHNEIDEAU Business Manager BETTY GRANBERRY Newcomb Associate Editor years. We hope that you will enjoy this JAMBALAYA and that it will bring back nnany pleasant mennories in the years to come. J A M B A L A Y A The Newcomb staff checks the files and the dummy. STAFF MURPHY MOSS Co-Editor WILLIAM BROWNSON Co-Edifor J. PARKER SCHNEIDAU Business Manager BETTY GRANBERRY . . . Newcomb Associate Editor FRED SCHWARZ .... Assistant Business Manager CAROL HART Sports Editor rr L 11 r I 11 L HullabfBloo HULLABALOO STAFF ROBIN AHRENS Editor-in-Chief FRED SCHWARZ Business Manager WILLIAM LUCAS . . . Assistant Business Manager JULIUS ISAACSON Circulation Manager IRIS McGLOTHLIN Newcomb Editor CARL SCHUMACHER Associate Editor SID PATE Associate Editor (November) VAL MOGENSEN Feature Editor A3E SILVER Sports Editor RENE LEHMANN Assistant Editor JAMES McCONNELL Sports Editor EVELYN ANDERSON . . . Staff Assistant Feature Editor (November) HOWARD BAKER. JR Photograplier CLAUDE VALLET. JR Circulation Manager MAY HYMAN Cartoonist JOE GLICKSTEIN Photographer ELA HOCKADAY Photographer JOEL JACKSON Circulation Manager CHIEF W. C. JURKIEWICZ Cartoonist ROBIN AHRENS Editor-in-Chief 1944 marked the beginning of a new " Hullabaloo. " Just as the University itself experienced many changes in its rapidly accelerating wartime conditions, the " Hullabaloo " evolved both physically and in its administration into a different style composed of the many nuances introduced during the year. The most outstanding change was the reduction of the " Hullabaloo " format to tabloid size. Makeup, less conservative in style, became more of a black and white contrast, with the accent, as nearly as supply rationing and budget would allow, on pictures of campus life. With its allotment of eight tabloid-size pages a week, the staff was able to arrange the paper into sections, with an ad-less editorial page, a column page, one for features, and one or two sports pages. With these additions, there was more scope for originality in makeup arrangements. Under its new policy, the " Hullabaloo " became an expres- sion of campus life. News was found everywhere — in class- rooms, in campus conversation, in dormitories — and much of it was featurized to add more interest and play of imagina- tion. Campus opinion was given first place on the editorial page, as heated debates about everything from interna- tional problems to wartime corsages rose in the Letters column, The Forum, and Tulane Talk. The students them- selves took an active interest in the publication through their contributions, suggestions, and irate but appreciated anonymous criticisms found in the " Hullabaloo " box. It was a Tulane paper — of, for and by the University itself. Run without outside censorship, it can, through its files, present a clear picture of Tulane, 1944. Faced with the problems of a constantly changing student roll, the staff was arranged on a revolving basis, with column, picture, and feature deadlines individualized to prevent an access of last- minute bedlam, and revolving columns which were the prod- uct of the entire staff rather than one writer. Reporters were arranged on revolving beats, making assigned contacts every week with eyes and ears open for news-angles that Joel Jackson, Fred Schwarz, William Lucas, Howard Ginsberg. miglrf not be reported through other channels. Earnest in their endeavors, the staff worked as a unified assembly- line, despite holidays or exam schedules. For the first time, the " Hullabaloo " came out in fifty-one issues, vacationing only for the Christmas holiday, when neither Tulane nor Newcomb were in session. Another major innovation was the change in publishers. 1944 saw the " Hullabaloo " moved from a downtown printer to the University Press, where Mr. Huber and his staff took personal interest in " Hullabaloo " problems. More convenient in every respect, its greatest contribution was to " Hullabaloo " morale be- cause it was now and for the first time completely a product of Tulane. Under the capable business management of Fred Schwarz, who had many employment difficulties, the " Hulabaloo " broke all previous records for advertisement and circulation, as former Tulanians all over the world wrote in for copies of their school paper. The appointment of staff officers also set a new precedent when Robin Ahrens, the first junior to be appointed Editor-in-Chief and the third girl student to be assigned the position, was the first editor to be reelected for a second term. With Carl Schumacher, Jr., associate editor until November, and Sidney Pate, who succeeded him, staff positions were capably managed by Feature Editors Val Mogensen and Eve Anderson, and New- comb Editor Iris McGlothlin, who, together with their large staff of reporters and columnists, contributed many of the valuable and original suggestions which effected the new revamped editions of I944 ' s " Hullabaloo. " 185 O wn i c r a WB Delta K €Bp p a FIRST ROW; Bertucci, Dasiuque. Faust. SECOND ROW: Finley. Howell, Knight. THIRD ROW: McCaskey, Patton, Yonge. The first chapter of O. D. K. was organized at Washing- ton and Lee in 1914. The Alpha Zeta Circle was estab- lished 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 fel- low 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: scholar- ship, athletics, social and religious affairs, publication 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 cam- pus affairs. Those selected this year were Dr. John M. Fletcher, professor of psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences, and Lester J. Lautenschlaeger, vice-president of the Tulane Alumni Association. OFFICERS March, 1944 Charles Knight President Richard ' Faust Vice-President Hans Jonassen Secretary Leonard Finley Treasurer Dr. Harold Cummins Faculty Adviser November, 1944 George McCaskey President Richard Faust Vice-President Carl Alper Secretary Lyall Howell, Jr Treasurer Dr. Harold Cummins Faculty Adviser MEMBERS UNIVERSITY Carl Alper Emile Berlucci, Jr. Fernand Dasfugue, Jr. Richard Faust Leonard Finley Lyall Howell, Jr. Hans Jonassen - Charles Knight Robert Le Blanc George McCaskey, Jr. William Patton George Schneider Henry Yonge FACULTY Dr. Harold Cummins Dr. Iridell Jenkins Dr. John Fletcher Prof, Ray Forrester Lester Lautenschlaeger 1 18a] Kappa Delta Phi is the oldest honorary leadership fra- ternity on the campus, having been established at Tu- lane in 1904. Each year it selects -from the Junior and Senior classes and Post-Graduate Schools, ten or a fewer number of new members plus a faculty member. Those men are selected who have been conspicuous for school spirit and for distinguished and unselfish loyalty and endeavors during their university careers. The func- tion of this fraternity is two-fold. It confers membership to those signally effective and successful in promoting university spirit and advancing university enterprise. It likewise binds together these men in an organization dedicated to further endeavor in behalf of Tulane. OFFICERS Richard Fausf President Samuel Logan Vice-President George McCaskey, Jr. Secretary-Treasurer Dean Leslie Buchan Counsellor K a p p a D e I i a Phi FIRST ROW: Brannan, Collens, Crady, Faust, Finley. SECOND ROW: Heard, Howell, Jumonville, Knight. Lewis. THIRD ROW: Logan, Masquelette, McCaskey, Patton. Watkins. NOT IN PANEL: Jonassen. The S t u d e tu t Center standing: Moss, Watklns. Allain. Corcoran. Rault, Moran. Cockrell, Mcintosh. Kneeling: Faust, Caffery, Bondham, Legendre, Ricker, Church, Buchan. Those winding stairs Jam session. Council Chess and bridge. Musicians and stompers. OFFICERS TOM MclNTOSH President ANNE BONHAM Vice-President LYDIA CAFFERY Secretary MEMBERS Dan Abel Dick Cockrell Betty Morphy Joe Allain Walter Corcoran Murphy Moss Anne Bonham Connie Faust Sid Pate Bill Brownson Dick Field Joe Rault Bliss Buchan Jerry Fitzpatrick Florence Ricker Lydia Caffcry Jean Flower Al Robinson Audrey Charbonnet Lilian Hamnnond Parker Schneidau Phyllis Church Marion Legendre Larry Taylor Bob Coleman Tom Mcintosh Guyton Watkins Frank Moran After almost two u ' ars of Inactivity because of the heavy loss of members with the sudden war changes on the campus, the Sreenbaciters, honorary school spirit organiza- tion, was reorganized In June when Robin Ahrens, via the " Hullabaloo " , called all old members together {four to be exact) , elected temporary new members and officers. Including Henry Dauterlve, president; Ebb Munden, vice-president; and Robin Ahrens. secretary-treasurer. With Dauterlve ' s transfer, Munden became presi- dent and Alan " Rabbit " Robinson, vice-president. The Executive Committee con- sists of Robin Ahrens, Sam Logan. Toby McCarty, Ebb Munden, Joe Rault and Alan Robinson. Their first contribution to the campus was the sponsorship of the weekly stomps, for the summer, which Involved composing guest lists of Newcombltes and future Newcombites to dance with Tulanlans while Newcomb was on Its summer vaca ■,ion, With the coming of the football season, Greenbackers found Itself faced with a long calendar of " musts " for any school spirit group. Talcing part on the orientation program, they Introduced the freshmen to the school and Its spirit, getting them ready with cheers, and songs for the coming games. Bonfires were held before every home game, card displays attempted, and yell meets sponsored every Wednesday night just to keep up the excitement. One of the most outstanding campus contributions to the war effort was the Greenbacker Waste Paper Drive, under the chairmanship of Bob Merrill. Consisting of nothing but hard work and little glory, the committee ' s efforts were commended by Student Council for service to the University ' s war effort. fmw eenhack e w s MEMBERS Robin Ahrens John Martin Adolpho Arrocha Bob Merrill Emily Badt Jack Meyer Sayle Batdlnqer Walter Michael Al Baltazor Frank Moran John Barr, Jr, Murphy Moss Betty Berry Ebb Munden Stanley Brassier Toby McCarty Dot Brunet Betty McLeod Signa Charbonnet Tom Mcintosh Milton Cohen Doris O ' Neil Evelyn Crais Donald Oster Robert Cuedas Murry Ned Padwa Ed Doerrres Blanc Parker Dorothy Eaves Mickey Parlour Janet Estoplnal Rochard Piske Betty Fernberq Joe Rault Dick Field Eleanor Riech Alvaro Fonseca John W. Roberts Jeanne Garretson Alan Robinson Jim Glbert Jane Rcdrigue Eddy Gilly Ernest Roth Harry Glass Jack Rich Jerry Heard Florence Ricker Aynaud Hebert Barbara Schirer Joe HIrsh Parker Schneldau Dorcas Hollingsworth Clarice Slaqle Lana Hummel Barbara Stewart Bob Jernigan Jackie Souderes Anne Johnston Ray Tremont Dick Kaiser Billy Van Kirk Eleanor Kidd Audrey Vicknair Bill Kimble Mimi Viosca Alvin Lassen Harcourt Waters Julian LIcher Bill Watson Sam Logan Bob Watters Betty-Blain Lyle Poche Waugespack Lon Mann Buddy Werlein Herber Williams 190 MEMBERS Carl Brannan Sam Logan Leila Brldger Marion Legendre William Brownson Ann LeJeune Dorothy Brunei Henry Magee Katherine Burns Berthe Marks Rosary Byrne David Martin Corinne Chishoinn Philip Masquelette Patsy Cochrane Ann Mason Robert Coleman Betty Morphy James Davison Thomas Mcintosh Glen Derbes Doris O ' Neill John Derrick Ronald Orfila Connie Faust William Patton Jerry Fltipatrlclc Albert Pons Patsy Gibbens Joseph Rault Jane Gros Jane Rodrlgue Lilian Hammond Ernest Roth Lana Hummel Parker Schneidau Phyllis Johnson Carl Schumacher Doris Karter Marie Stouse Dodo Kellogg Ann Tulles Elizabeth Klipstein Tiny Umbach Jim Larlcin Henriette Vallon Befty Waggaman L €B g n i a p p e s T he Lagniappes is a student organization which originates, plans and conducts all student dances. An orientation dance began the past year ' s activities. A formal dance was given in honor of the Newcomb fresh- men at the end of September. In December a University-wide dance with music by George Olsen ' s band, was the highlight of the season. On Homecoming Day a formal ball took place at the Tulane Room in honor of the Campus Queen and Court. Officers of the organization are: Bill Brownson, president; Parker Schneidau, vice-president; Dorothy Brunet, secretary-treasurer. ALAN ROBINSON . Head Cheerleader DICK FIELD TOM MclNTOSH JANE RODRIGUE JEANNE GARRETSON DORCAS HOLLINGSWORTH BETTY BLAIN LYLE 19 DAN GUICE Assistant JOE RAULT Assistant CHEER LEADEnS T u I iB n e Theatre The Tulane University Theatre, under the direction of Monroe Lippman, completed its seventh season with the hilarious Broadway success " My Sister Eileen, " which was thoroughly enjoyed by a capacity audience. The eighth season opened with Robert Sherwood ' s comedy, " The Queen ' s Husband. " The second production of this year was a stylized modern dress version of Shakespeare ' s " Macbeth. " At the time of this writing the third production had not been announced. Director: Dr. Monroe Lippman; Officers: Deirdre Crager, Executive Secretary; Fred Schwarz, Business Manager; Virginia Sid- ney, Librarian. DR. MONROE LIPPMAN. Director i y r V Evelyn Anderson Evelyn Bertrand Mary Brash Thorn Collens Deirdre Crager Jack Fielding William Gordon Lucie Lee Abramson Adolfo Arrocha Charloffe Baker Edward Baldwin Roberf Bartusch Dof Burlc Judith Clarlc Wallace Clark Grefchen Crager Carmelite Cudia Charles Dodd Seymour Dreyfus ACTIVE MEMBERS May Hyman Julius Isaacson Ernest Levingston Betty Blain Lyie Charles McHale, Jr. Iris McGlothlin PROBATIONARY MEMBERS Harold Egenes Frank Feather Esther Finegold Lilian Hammond Rosemary Janssen Edith Levy Virginia Loebllch Jose Lopez Bob McCroskey Tom Mcintosh Betty Morphy Paul Newell Sam McGrew Val Mogensen Frank Moran Herve Racivitch, Virginia Sidney Larry Taylor Richard Werlein Harold Patterson Jaime Penne Lise Pedersen Andrew Reck Felix Rodrigues Ricardo Salcedo Fred Schwan Hans Solum Tomas Sosa Jean Thibodeaux Connie Wiener Jesse Wilson Jr. 195 C a tn p MB s " A behanding. " Betty Morphy and Danny Abel, Campus Night Chairmen. The TuUnians swing out on Campus Night. Kappa Sigs in 196 Night About six Campus Night productions are presented during the year, all composed, directed and acted by the students. The first show, in the form of a welcome, is part of the orienta- tion program at the opening of Newcomb College. Another show is usually part of the Alumni Day program. During the past year the theme of the spring production was the Show Boat, and in August, Campus Night was instrumental in bringing to McAlister Auditorium the broad- cast of the Coca-Cola Spotlight Band program featuring George Olsen and his orchestra. A fra- ternity and a sorority night close the year ' s performances. Chairmen: Dan Abel, Betty Morphy, Parker Schneidau. Performers, The " Tulanians " , with Pete Mahler, Dan Abel, Dick Cockrell, Penny Bobo, Lucie Lee Abramson, Bob McCroskey, Betty Blain Lyie, Minnette Starts, Betty Ruth Davis, Pat Tobin and Medical Sextet, Steve Loyacano, Leonard Claret, Edward Bryan-Turner, Jim Davidson, The Tumblers, Emmet Holbrook. The Delta Sigs give out on Fraternity Night with a touching epic. Technicolor. T h e Sand The Tulane University Band, composed of Navy trainees and civilian students, has carried on a successful season. The band has been on hand for every home football game and made a trip to Baton Rouge for the Tulane-L. S. U. game. Two formal ap- pearances at McAlister Auditorium con- cluded the year ' s program. Officers: Robert Owens, president; Richard King, vice-president; Seymour Dreyfus, Secretary. TOM HARLLEE, Director 1 i 7 » ; i 1 p- as«»» Ktstr e ■ % ' Charles Abadie R. W. Allen Dan Abel Lionel Babin. Jr. Thomas Baker Gilbert Barker Jim Barnett, Jr. William Bass. Jr. John Bayles John Bensen William Befhea John Blum Penny Bobo Gerald Bourgeois Walter Burch, Jr. H. D. Casey J. E. Chapman Sam Clark William Collier James Cooper Russell Dahlstrom Fred Deckbar. Jr. Milton DInkel Emile Dishautreriux. Seymour Dreyfus Frank Feather Elliott Feigenb.ium James Gentry George Gerhaid MEMBERS Robert Ghrlst Robert Grantham Carol Greene Fred Haeuser, Jr. G. R. Howe Joe Hugghins Robert Jones Richard King Joseph Kluchin Stanley Koltun Chris Kontos Charles La Fratta Arthur Lassiter Clarence Laster Cullen Le Blanc Griff Lee J. Littrell George Lyons. Jr. Lowell McClary David McGee Irving Majors Larry Marchal Vernon Marett Richard Marshall Sidney Murray Bruce Nunez Lester Owens Robert Owens Bernard Patrick George Peck Salvador Portera Charles Reid. Jr. James Renfrew Philip Roach John Roark Edgar Robertson Sidney Rosenbaum Seymour Rosenwasser Ernest Roth Jay Rubin Donald Safersteln D. R. Scherer Coleman Schneider K. Sewall Abe Silver Bowie Simmons A. Smith C. K. Smith Floyd Smith John Snodgrass Herbert Stern Ralph Turner Charles Voris Gordon Weese Max Welnstein, Ted Wenqer Keith Wheelahan Paul Yaclch Kenneth Yoder Jr. MAYNARD KLEIN Director of Choruses. The Tulane Glee Club is composed of approximately fifty members who, during the past year, presented programs designed to make the leisure hours of the V-12 boys worth- while. The members participated as a group in " Trial by Jury " and " Pinafore, " the Festival Choir, and in the an- nual Choral Festival Concert, as well as giving their yearly formal concert. The club is interested in promoting com- munity singing on the campus at meetings of the Student Body. Officers for this year have been: John Thomson, president; Fred Stull, vice-president; Jimmy Sentry, secre- tary. Sam Boyd Ernest Brin John Bryant Edward Bryan-Turner Norman Burandt Walter Burch John Cameron Mason Clarson William Connely Don Dexter Charles Dodd MEMBERS Harold Egenes Nollie Felh Jimmy Gentry R. D. Hurlbert Tommy James Bob Jernigan Rodney Jung D. E. Loye Samuel McGrew Robert McCroskey Henry Milan Charles Milne Julius Muelling Robert Owens Richard Page Frank Schuti Fred Schwarz Donald Shaw Bowie Simmons Bill Thomas Kenneth Yoder Bryan Ziegler T u i tM n e dice Club THE SLEE CLUB AT ONE OF ITS PRACTICES IV . THIS NEWCOMB GROUP LIVES UP TO ITS NAME JVe §v c o tn b Giee Ciub The Newcomb Glee Club is composed of approximately 150 girls whose only prerequisites for membership are love for and interest in singing, and attendance at re- hearsals. Each year the girls sing for the Christmas Me- morial 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: Marcia Hatha- way, president; Eleanor Kidd, vice-president; Azaleigh Maginnis, secretary. MEMBERS Firsf Soprano Perry Abbott Alice Frellsen Helen Overton Barbara Blair Marion Green Isabelle Partridge Virginia Cleaver Betty Holland Florence Roberts Bertita Compton Ann Jones Martha Smither Evelyn Crais Joycelyn La Biche Nancy Stallworth MImi de Wells Linden Le Jeune Jennifer Urguhart Carmen Duvic Donleen Mac Donald Natalie Walker Sally Foster Shirley Jean Morris Ann Williams Fyrne Francloni Second Soprano Beulah Wright Aurelie Alost Mailand Bevill Miriam Browder Betty Amis Barbara Bowman Madeleine Bose Lucie Baxter Lucy Brandon Ann Bryan-Turner Dorothy Burk Joan Can+rell Pat Evans Cora Lee Feibleman Laurelle Fillmore Carol Gates Anna Hover Betsy Hezlett Natalie Hicks Ann Howell Jean Howell Pat Hunter Lumpkin Allen Charlotte Baker Audrey Cali Lydia Carr Cynthia Cooke Louanne Cuenod Barbara Drackett Lenore Drueding Janet Dupuy Valerie Edwards Jane Brafton Beverly Bruff Catherine Charles Charlyne Edwards Bette John Dorothy Dale Johnson Phyllis Johnson Fannie Kyker Aialeigh Maginnis Lee Marcuse Marjorle Milam Margaret O ' Neill Mary Owens Charlotte Reynolds Mary Reynolds Jen Rives First Al+o Mary Jo Gautreaux Jean Hardin Ela Hockaday Ruth Hoppe Gloria Howells Beverly Jackson Bette Jelks Virginia Jones Anne Landry Claire Legeal Second Al+o Barbara Fletcher Carol Hamerick Mary Alyce Jackson Jane Rodrlgue Margaret Rodgers Felicia Schornstein Dorothy Scott Lee Slagle Lorraine Sfeldtmann Sue Stokes Dale Stundy Louise Tisdale Mary Jean Trammeil Adine Wallace Irene Witt Peggy Leiand Betty Martin Julia Mayer Dorothy Post Patricia Reilly Emily Schmidt Catherine Seals Paula Smith Dean Stinson Julia Wilson Patsy Maxwell Heda von Meysenburc Margaret Watt Mary Mina Whitener 201 Under the direction of Mr. Maynard Klein, the A Cappella Choir is connposed of a select group of fifty singers chosen from the students, faculty, and alumni of Tulane and New- comb. This honorary group is made up of the best voices to be found by audition. This organization, 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 ad- dition, has broadcast over several national radio hook-ups. The president for the past year was Patricia Tobin. MEMBERS First Soprano First Tenor Peggie Baker Robert McCroskey Dorothy Ewing Arthur Radlauer Mary Jane Fly Fred Stall Fyrne Franclonl Bill Thomas Maria Garcia Kathryn Gould Second Tenor Etta Mae Palmlsano Harold Egenes tsabelle Partridge Fred Schwan Second Soprano Bowie Simmons Beatrice Baldinger John Thomson Mailand Bevlll Bari itone Carmon Duvic Eleanor KIdd Norman Burandt Betty Meriwether Helen Overton Noilie Felts Robert Owens Patricia TobIn Bryan Ziegler Alto Bass Carol Hamerick Arthur Bohmtalk Marcia Hathaway John Cameron Shirley Helman Jimmy Gentry Isia Klein Rodney Jung Azaleigh Maglnnis Kirksey Simmons Ruth Power Kenneth Yoder A. CappeiitB Choir M, 1 fv G J r n The O p e r e i t €B Scenes from Gilbert and Sullivan ' s " Trial by Jury " and " Pinafore. " One of the busiest organizations on the campus Dr. Maxwell, Director of the School of Music, acted this past year was the Student Opera Group. as artistic director, while Maynard Klein acted as Its first production of the season was " Trial by general director. Later in the year, the group, Jury " and " Pinafore, " the seventeenth Gilbert under the same direction, will present " Beggar ' s and Sullivan presentation to be given by the group. Opera, " famous 18th century ballad opera. 203 JVar Foruwn Speakers ' plaHorm; Dr. Terhune as chairman. Informality is the main feature of the Tulane-Newcomb War Forum. Its weekly meetings, which are held in the easy-chaired Student Center in the winter and in the air- conditioned Library in the summer, are attended by stu- dents of all colleges, faculty members and interested people of the community. The Forum ' s topics are introduced in about fifteen minutes by a speaker, who is usually a faculty member, though at times he may be an " authority " or a student. The speakers and topics are selected by the stu- dent-faculty War Forum Board, a student member of which leads the discussion as a moderator. 7Qi BOARD MEMBERS ReneLehmann Chairman Julian Baum Vice-Chairman Elaine Allen Secretary Dr. Harold N. Lee Faculty Adviser MEMBERS Judy Ferguson Stanley Orloff Michael Fleming Gene Petri Jorie Gasteazorro Lester Solomon Harriet Karchmer John Tallant Marian Leopold Barbara Wedemeyer Edith Levy Dr. Howard Johnson Elaine Maer Miss Betty Raymond Herbert Moslcowitz Mrs. Shula Wallance Dr. Logan Wilson NEWCOMB The purpose of the International Relations Club is to in- struct and enlighten student opinion in current events. The members endeavor to accomplish this by becoming acquainted with the political ideas of the participants of this World War and by ascertaining our own war aims. They are assisted in this aim at Newcomb by the Student Lecture Committee. Membership entitles a student to use all books furnished the club by the Carnegie Peace Foun- dation. Officers of the Organization are: Jo-Ellyn Levy, president; Betty Goldstein, vice-president; May Hyman, secretary-treasurer. In iemaiiantBl Re la ii a n s Club FIRST ROW; Deane Cohen, Josephine Dabney, Bettie Goldstein, Louise Cottes- man, May Hyman. SECOND ROW: Maxine Kaplan, Caroline Kartus. Shirley Kartus, Shirley Koltun. Jo-Ellyn Levy. THIRD ROW: Leila Obler, Joan Opotowsky, Marilyn Soclof, Rosalyn Strreffer, Betty Wolbrette. NOT IN PANEL: Dorothy Davis, Rena Weiner. Irene Whitt. FIRST ROW: Melvin Auzine. Richard Barton, Julian Baum, Ernest Brown. Wade Burdin, Milton Cohen, Charles Crady, Albert Dingraudo, Lucian Douglas. SECOND ROW: Gene Friedman, Harry Glass, Em- mett Hoi brook, William Lucas, Robert McCown, John McCutchen, THIRD ROW: A. J. Moore, Frank Moran, Mur- phy Moss, C. E. Munden, Joseph Nelkin, Ben Patton. FOURTH ROW: Robert Polchow, William Polk, Herve Raceivitch, Jr.. Joseph Rault, Erwin Rausch, Lester Sarpy, Clarence Snelling. Guyton Wat- kins. Herbert Williams, NOT IN PANEL: Edward Baldwin, Leonard Claret, Nester Currault, James Farr, Wil- liam Giltharpe, J. B. Kahn, An- drew Reck, F. J. Sparks. The Glendy Burke Li+erary and Debating Society Is the oldest club at Tulane. Membership is limited to 48 male students of the University, as each member represents one of the 48 states in club arguments. Its purpose Is to foster Interest in literary and forensic activities and to this end an appropriate program Is planned. OFFICERS 1943-44 1944-45 Robert Polchow President Herve Racivifch, Jr President Murphy Moss Vice-President William Lucas Vice-President Herve Raclvifch .... Secretary-Treasurer Clarence Snelling .... Secretary-Treasurer Melvin Auzine Richard Barton Julian Baum Ernest Brown Wade Burdin Milton Cohen Charles Crady Albert Dingraudo Lucian Douglas Gene Friedman Harry Glass Emmett Hoibroolc William Lucas MEMBERS Robert McCown John McCutchen A. J. Moore Frank Moran Murphy Moss C. E. Munden Joseph Nelkin Ben Patton Robert Polchow William Polk Herve Raclvltch, Joseph Rault Erwin Rausch Lester Sarpy Clarence Snelling Guyton Watklns Herbert Williams Edward Baldwin Leonard Claret Nester Currault James Farr William Giltharpe J. B. Kahn Andrew Reck 206 T h e t a JV u Theta Nu, honorary journalism fraternity, was founded at Tu- lane in 1925, and was reorganized in 1930. Its purpose is to encourage journalism activity at Tulane and to aid in develop- ing undergraduate participation in the " Hullabaloo " through- out the year. The officers are: Robin Ahrens, President; Evelyn Anderson, Secretary. Robin Ahrens Evelyn Anderson Ernest Brin Rene Lehmann James McConnelt MEMBERS Car) Schumacher, Jr. Jack Snodgrass Ann Springer Hugh Taylor FACULTY ADVISER E. Sir FIRST ROW: Ahrens. Anderson. SECOND ROW: Lchrr ann. Snod- grass. McConnell. NOT IN PANEL: Brin, Schumacher. Springer. Jennie JVixan Debate Club The purpose of the Jennie C. Nixon Debate Club is to promote student interest in public speaking. The activities consist of debates and floor discus- sions held in the bi-monthly meetings. Prize de- bates and inter-collegiate contests are held through- out 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 speaking is the only requisite for membership. The officers of this organization are: President, Dorothy Davis; Vice-President, Jean Mc- Givney; Secretary, Mary Brash; Treasurer, Betty Wolbrette. FIRST ROW: Brash. Eddy. SECOND ROW: Goldstein, Levy. THIRD ROW: McGivney, Sloan. Wolbrette. NOT IN PANEL: Davis. Firsf Row: Robin Ahrens, Evelyn Anderson, Julian Baum, Edward Bryan-Turner, Judy Ferguson, Ellen Freeman, Ruth Gottesman. Second Row: Frances Suldry, Maxine Kaplan. Harriet Karchmer, Rene Lehmann. Third Row: Marian Leopold, Pat Maxwell, James McConnell, Iris McGlothlin, Betty Mcintosh, Charlotte Mugnier, Etta Mae Palmisano. Fourfh Row: Edward Randolph, Jane Rodrigue, Emily Schmidt, Pearl Singerman, John Walker. Barbara Wedemeyer, Harold Wedig. Nof in Panel: Edward Baldwin, Ernest Brin, Judith Clark, Millicent May, Sidney Pate, Jack Tallant, Jo Watts. The Spectators, a literary group which flourished a number of years ago and was reorganized last year, has as Its purpose the friendly consideration of original compositions, whether In prose or verse, and the conduct of informal discussions of matters pertaining to literature. The mon thly publica- tion of the society is called the " Tatler, " and the annual anthology is " The Spectator. " OFFICERS Etta Mae Palmisano Provost Robin Ahrens Chancellor Judy Ferguson Clerk Louise Ellison and Judy Ferguson Anthologers ir The Tulanlans swing out for a Student Stomp. Here is a smooth Campus Night number. The Tulanians is a dance band made up principally of V-12 students. The band has played for student stonnps, Campus Night programs and Lagniappes dances. Some of its members took part in a Varsity Show at L. S. U. before the Tulane-L. S. U. football game. A performance was given at La Garde Hospital in November. This colorful and enthusiastic group has played a very active part in the life of the students of the University. The officers are: Student Director, Pete Mahler; Business Manager, Paul Mecouch. The members are: Daniel Abel, Lucie Lee Abramson, Gilbert Barker, John Bayles, Karl Bingeman, Penny Bobo, Donald Bublitz, Joseph Chapman, Samuel Clark, Richard Cockrell, Betty Ruth Davis, Miles Greer, Thomas Harrah, Betty-Blain Lyie, Pete Mahler, Jack Mahoney, Philip Mangelsdorf, Richard Marshall, Mark Mc- r m rmi m • Quinn, Paul Mecouch, Robert Myers, Robert Owens, Bernard Patrick, N. A. M nC M E§§€§nEt§nS Saigh, jr., R.F.Samuel, Ployd smith, John Thompson. 209 BETTY-BLAIN LYLE Vocalist JVetvcawnh A thletic j ssaciaiian OFFICERS Connie Fausf Chairman June Conravey Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Rosalie Ambler Alice Clark Jennie Germann Pafsy Gibbens Ann Hodge Jonnie Horn Peggy Joyner Bitia McCay Nancy McLarty Ann West All students registered in the Physical Education Department of Newcomb are members of the Athletic Association and are eligible to join its sports ' clubs (Dance, Tennis, Swimming and Archery Clubs), and to participate in its Intramural Program which includes tournaments of team sports (basket-ball, soft-ball, volley- ball, and soccer), and individual sports (badminton, tennis, bowl- ing, ping-pong, shuffleboard, horseshoes) and a swimming meet. Faculty Adviser Miss Ruth White The Athletic Council is the governing body of the Association. Top Row: Zlifle, West, McCay. Germann, Ziifle, Joyner, Clark, White. First Row: Horn. Faust, Ambler and Hodge. .Besf feet forward in front of the mirror. Above: They can almost fly. Right: Jumping 1 for Joy. MEMBERS Doralee Barras Roslyn Ison Gladys Bloom Linden LeJeune Beverly Bruff Betty Mcintosh Barbara Conroy Marjorie Milam Shirley Fassbender Minnette Starts Jeanne Fernandez Sue Switzer Joy Gomes Teresa Tidmore Betty Healy Petronella Voorhies Ann Hodge Nancy Wilkins Dance Club OFFICERS Peggy Joyner President Frances Guidry . . . Vice-President LILIAN HAMMOND JONNIE HORN MARY STUART KELLOGG BEHY MORPHY ADELE REDDIH A senior honorary society, Alpha Signria Signna was organized at Newcomb in 1916 for the purpose of promoting school spirit and loyalty among the Newcomb students. Each spring, those juniors who have exceptional qualities of leadership, citizenship and character are elected to membership. At the beginning of each school year Alpha Sigma Sigma participates in the fresh- man 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 1944-45 president of the society was Jonnie Horn. JONNIE HORN President Alpha Sigma S i g wn a 212 B e t €B Beta Beta FACULTY Tri Beta, an honorary biological fraternity, recently celebrated the second anniversary of its founding on this campus. Formerly Lampyrids, it became affiliated with Beta Beta Beta on October 10, 1942. June Conravey is president; Barbara Gardner, vice-president; Marian Reese, secretary-treasurer; and Alma Riess, historian. T. T. Earle H- M. Gould Mary McCIInfock Kdtherlne Simmons ACTIVE MEMBERS June Conravey Marian Reese Barbara Gardner Octavia Reynolds Jonnie Horn Alma RIess Barbara Mann Mi mi Viosca Harriet Williams PROVISIONAL MEMBERS Helen Ahmann Janice Bernard! Jane Dicks Julia Fassbender Lilian Hammond Lorrene Henderson Miqnonne Huck Doris Lurie Jeanne Marcoux Ann Mayfield Challta Menendei Betty Meriwether Lee Morris Lise Pedersen Nancy Pratt Joyce Slekmann Eileen Talbot Elaine Verlander U». J fc j s s e t s Assets, an honorary freshman society, was founded at Newcomb in 1938. It is composed of freshman leaders chosen for their school spirit, loyalty, and scholar- ship. They are selected at the end of their freshman year by the Assets of the preceding class and play a prominent part in freshman orientation during their sophomore year. The officers are: President, Felice Maurer; Secretary-Treasurer, Nancy McLarty. FIRST ROW: Betty Berry, Dot Swing, Lorraine Freeman. May Hyman, Phyllis Johnson. Felice Maurer. SECOND ROW: Nancy McLarty. Betty Merriwether, Gloria Smitherman. Jane Rodrigue, Lorraine Williams. 213 COREY CRADY DOROTHY DOWLING Editor-In-Chief MARJORIE LYNCH JACKSON, Editor-in-Chief for the June, 1944, Issue KATHERINE L. BRASH. Civil Law and Statutory Interpretation Editor A. LESTER SARPY Book Review Editor CHARLES C. CRADY, III Book Review Editor through the October, 1944, issue EDGAR COREY Index Editor WILLIAM E. WRIGHT Index Editor JACK L. SIMMS Secretary RAYMOND EDWARD BALL, RALPH N. JACKSON RAY FORRESTER Faculty Adviser MARGUERITE G. STEIN Secretary tt is parficularly appropriate that Louisiana, famed among American sfates as a civil law jurisdiction, should be the home of one of the world ' s out- standing journals of civil and comparative law. It Is the oldest law review now published In the State of Louisiana, and Its accumulation of legal materials has become one of the fundamental research sources for Louisiana lawyers and for scholars of civil and comparative law internationally. The Review has a Board of Contributing Editors composed of famous scholars In civil and comparative law from various parts of the world; a Board of Advisory Editors, headed by Mr. Monte M. Lemann of New Orleans, made up of many of the leading lawyers of the State; a Board of Alumni Editors constituted of former student members of the Law Review Board who are expected to contribute material. The bulk of the exacting and time-consuming work of the Review Is contributed, however, by the Student Board of Editors, with the direction and assistance of a faculty adviser and the members of the faculty. This Student Board Is composed of the honor students of the College. Law review work is universally recognized to be of unique and unusual value In the training of a student for the law. During the war the personnel of the Student Board has been reduced from an average of twenty members to an average of six or sven. The fact that the Review has continued publication during this critical period has been due to the capable and unselfish devotion of the few who have borne the heavy duties and responsibilities. The appreciation of the Law School and the University is due all the members of the Board for their joint achievements and particu- lar credit is due Dorothy Dowling, Editor-in-Chief for 1944- 1945; Marjorle Lynch Jackson, Edifor-In-Chief for the June, 1944, Issue and Katherlne L. Brash, Civil Law and Statutory Interpretation Editor for 1944-1945. No mention of the organization would be complete without reference to Miss Stein, the secretary who, during many years of devoted and efficient service has been a substantial factor In the successful progress and Increase In prestige of the Tulane Law Review. The Moot Court system in the College of Law is especially designed to train students in the preparation and argument of cases. It is this practical aspect of the legal profession toward which the efforts of the competition are directed. Technical training in research, brief-writing, and forensics — the ordinary tools in the trade of a lawyer — form the foundation of the Moot Court work. The Board is composed of students who are chosen for their high degree of scholarship. The work of the Board members is to prepare the facts to be argued, 1o sit as justices Maai C a u r i THE BOARD OF ADVISERS Thomas Collens Chairman John McCu+chen, II Secretary Leonard Oppenhelm Faculty Adviser on the Supreme Court of the State of Tulane, and generally to supervise and administer the Competition. In the academic year 1943-1944, the Moot Court Competition was won by Thomas Collens and Aurelio Alba. MEMBERS Dorothy Bonnetf Carol Byrns Callender Hadden, Jr Thomas Marlowe John Meyer Charles Munden Robert Polchow Herman Schoenberger Ernest Sutter 215 FIRST ROW: Buchanan, Cronin, DrackeH. Fulham, Jennings, Karchmer. SECOND ROW: Kelley, McGoey, Post. Rodngue, Sewell, Smitherman, Truit+. NOT IN PANEL: Calvert. Davis, Douglas, Eddy. George. Levy, Mize, Wolf. O r e tB d e s The Oreades is an honorary organization formed at Tuiane 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. Officers of Oreades are: president, Maria Fulham; vice- president, Dorothy Davis; secretary, Dolores Kelley; treas- urer, Jane Rodrigue. Irene Buchanan Elizabeth Calvert Paf Cronin Dorothy Davis Katherine Douglas Barbara Draclcett Jean Eddy MEMBERS Maria Fulham Rosel George Marion Jennings Harriet Karchmer Dolores Kelley Katherine Levy Noelle McSoey Marion Miie Dorothy Post Jane Rodrigue Marianne Sewell Jerry Smitherman Frances Truitt Beverly Wolf MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss May Allen Miss Yvonne Sfohlman Miss Mary Sollmann Miss Mary Tenny Harriet Karchmer, Delores Kelley. Edward Randolph, Jane Rodrigue. NOT IN PANEL: Ann Springer, Beverly Wolf. Eta Siffma JPhi Eta Sigma Phi, national honorary classical fraternity, was founded at the University of Chicago in 1914 and became nationalized in 1924. The organization has forty-four chap- ters throughout the United States. Alpha Chi chapter was founded at Tuiane in 1936. The purposes of the fraternity are to develop and promote interest in classical study among the students of colleges and universities. The of- ficers are: president, Edward Randolph; vice-president, Yvonne Stohlman; secretary, Mrs. Glen Clasen; treasurer, hiarriet Karchmer. Maria Fulham Harriet Karchmer Dolores Kelley MEMBERS Beverly Wolf Edward Randolph Jane Rodrigue Ann Springer 216 V -?▼ W « f, FIRST ROW: Alba, Arias, Collens, Corey, Crady. SECOND ROW: Hunter, Jumonville, Marlowe, Mundcn, Sarpy, Watkins. NOT IN PANEL: Ball, Hadden, Mc- Cutchen, II, Meyer, Polchow, Simms, Sutter. Phi Delia Phi MEMBERS Aurelio Alfonso Alba Tomas Arias Raymond Ball Thomas Collens Edgar Corey Callender Hadden, Jr Julian Hunfer Moreau Jumonville John McCufchen, 11 Thomas Marlowe John Meyer Charles Munden Robert Polchow Lester Sarpy Jack Simms Ernest Sutter Guyton Watkins Phi Delta Phi was founded a the University of Michigan in 1869. White Inn Chapter was established at Tulane In 191 I. 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 this organization is to promote a higher standard of professional ethics and culture in this and other law schools and in the profession at large. Officers: William Wright, president (Nov. 1944); Charles Crady, president (July 1944). Beta G a m tn a S i g wn a Beta Gamma Sigma was -founded at the University of Illinois and the University of Wisconsin in 1913 as a national honorary commerce fraternity. The Alpha chapter was established at Tulane in 1926. Members are selected from the senior class of the College of Commerce and Business Administration who have upheld high scholastic standards throughout their college careers. FIRST ROW: Dorothy Henderson, Mary Hogg. SECOND ROW: Floyd Lewis, John Strauss. NOT IN PANEL: Gaston Shumate, III. 217 ,w % .i il ' . ' ? " ' • » EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE GERALD PENCE Chairman CLIFFORD SHEFFEY Secretary J. N. Crumbley Dan Rawls EARL PETERS Louis Mastos Walter Corcoran ex-officpo Richard Page Forrest Lipscomb MEMBERS Dan Abbruzzese Julius Alford Roy Anderson Lee Ballage Francis Beets Shelton Berry Walter Blatt Richard Bond Samuel Boyd Charles Braddock Ernest Brown Noel Butler. Jr. Gilbert Carpenter John Chiaro Joseph Chumley, Jr. Wesley Collins John Comboy Preston Comeaux Donald Cocrdes Walter Corcoran Robert Craycraft Robert Crockett. Jr. Julian Crowell, Jr. James Crumbley Warren Currier Curtis Doolin Robert Draffin Dayne Duke Vernon Dupre Oscar Earnhardt, Jr. Paul Enns John Enos Richard Evans Clement Ford Eugene Ford John Frick Willis Frye Mearl Gallup John Gourley Miles Greer Bobby Grisham Aaron Hawk William Hawkins Jack Honsinger Robert Hughes Dee Hunter Richard Keiser Francis Kelley Joe Knight Raymond Laakso Charles Lay Lee Ledbetter Rnbert Leich Richard Levy Forrest Lipscomb John McConnico Mark McQuinn Philip Mahler Abraham Markosian Louis Mastos Paul Mecouch 218 Jack Molesworth Jesse Morgan Pope Moseley Jerry Moyer Henry Obaugh John O ' Brien Wayne O ' QuInn Richard Patrick Lloyd Pence Earl Peters Rogers Pleasants Earl Polk Harry Ponsonby Raymond Pritchard Dan Rawls Frederick Reckling James Reeves Marion Reeves John Roberts Martin Ross Donald Ryder Donald Saferstein Clifford Sheffey Willis Smith Howard Smith Lester Solomon John Spaeth ' James Stock Thomas Tate Barney Taylor Allen Teston Joseph Thibodeau Herman Trieb Robert Ward William Watson Thomas Watts James Wetzel Sam Whitten Richard Williams John Young Bryan Ziegler Oak Leaves The Oak Leaves was founded at Tulane University in Oc- tober, 1944, as the organization of the Naval trainees who are following the Supply Corps program in the College of Commerce and Business Administration. The name is derived from the Oak Leaves Insignia worn by a Supply Corps officer of the Navy. The organization holds semi- monthly meetings for discussion of common problems and for the showing of appropriate Naval training films. Social events are featured approximately once a month and group tours to points of interest about the city are arranged more frequently. First Row: Page, Corcoran, Sheffey, Mastos, Crumbley Second Row: Alford, Pence, Rawls, Peters, Lipscomb. v r " MEMBERS Ray Blackwood Richard Bond Henry Cablrac, Jr. Verl Capps Gilbert Carpenter Frank DeGraauw Albert Fraenkel Joe Hugghins Richard King Philip Masquelette Louis Matthews Murphy Moss William Powell Donald Riggs Richard Saloom Henry Schnittker Fred Schwan Robert Thompson Gene Usdin John Wheelahan Troy Wilson Alpha Phi Omega was founded af Lafayette College in 1925. Gamnna Upsilon chapter was established in 1941. It has 100 active chapters — one m every major university in the country. It is a national service fraternity and is composed of students who desire to direct their energies and talents toward the benefitting of their fellow man. The purpose of the fraternity is to assemble college men in the fellowship of the Scout oath and law, to develop friendship, and to promote service to humanity. Some of the activities of APO on the campus during the past year include the sponsoring of a blood donor drive which saw 193 students contribute to the Red Cross Blood Bank dur- ing one month, assisting the TUT In student ticket distribu- tion, ushering at a football game, aiding the Alumni Office In Mailing the TULANIAN, and the establishing of a cam- pus touring committee. OFFICERS July — November, 1944 William Powell President Richard King Vice-President Richard Bond Secretary Troy Wilson Treasurer November, 1944— March, 1945 William Powell President Louis Matthews Vice-President Fred Schwarz Setretary Donald Riggs ...... Treasurer FIRST ROW: Blackwood, Bond, Capps, Carpenter. DeSraauw, Fraenkel. Hugghins, King. SECOND ROW: Masquelette, Matthews, Moss, Powell. THIRD ROW: Riggs, Saloom, Schnittker, Schwarz, Thompson, Usdin, Wheelahan, Wilson. Alpha Phi Ownega i M The Owl Club FIRST ROW: Baehr, Benbow. Calhoun, Cohen, Dupont. SECOND ROW: Faust, Galloway, Jung, Lancaster. McCaskey. THIRD ROW: Prather, Ray, Scott, Tyler, Yonge. NOT IN PANEL: Flowers, Holmes, James McHenry, PInkoson, Rappeport, Taylor, White, Whitman. OFFICERS FARRELL WHITMAN Pres;dent ROBERT LANCASTER Vice-President ROY WHITE Secretarv The Owl Club was founded at Tulane in 1921. 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: Farrell Whitman, president; Robert Lancaster, vice-president; Roy White, secretary. John Behr Robert Benbow Joe Calhoun Lawrence Cohen Julen Dupont Richard Faust Jack Flowers Ben Galloway James Holmes DeWitt James Rodney Jung Robert Lancaster MEMBERS George McCaskey Armand McHenry Charles Pinkoson George Prather Joseph Rappeport Charles Ray Sam Scotf Edward Taylor Terrell Tyler Roy White Farrell Whitman Henry Yonge 221 ROW: Baffeas, Berenson. Bloch, Brannan. Burden, Caire, Cary. Calhoun. Crookshank. SECOND ROW: Dickert. Dismukes, English, Exiine. Faust, Galloway, Garcia, Gariepy, Grindle, Haggard. THIRD ROW: Hall, Hecker, Hirsh, Howell, Jaubert, Joffrion, Jung, Kahn, Kraemer, Krupp. H i s t a r y a i The History of Medicine Society of Tulane Uni- cates to new members and the presentation of versify was founded during the academic year of awards. Among these are the Rudolph Matas 1933-34 due to the interest and efforts of Gor- Award for the best student paper of the year, don Holcomb, Gus Dawson, and Bernard Wein- and the 1. I. Lemann Award for the best student stein. At that time, all the papers were presented discussion of a paper during the year. New mem- by guest speakers or members of the faculty. bers are elected from the freshman class near the Three years later, the plan of having student mem- termination of the academic year. Basis of se- bers alternate with faculty members in presenting lection is scholastic standing, interest in the His- papers was adopted. The annual banquet is the tory of Medicine, faculty recommendations, and scene for the presentation of membership certifi- vote-in by members of the Society. The officers 222 are President, Gene Usdin; Vice-President, Lyall Howell; Senior Secretary, Sam Logan; Junior Secretary, Richard Levy; Treasurer, Will McCall; Executive Committee Chairman, Billy Patton. Thomas Baffes Gerald Berenson Ted Bloeh Carl Brannan Arthur Burden John Caire MEMBERS Robert Lancaster Walter Levy Samuel Logan Nelson Manowitz Charles Markwood Frank Mayer Edward Gary Joseph Calhoun Joseph Crookshanlt Elbert Diclcert Henry Disnnukes Hugh English Albert Exiine Richard Faust Benjamin Galloway Oscar Garcta-Ramirei Louts Gariepy Jack Grindle Jack Haggard Allon Hall Edwin Hecker Joseph Hirsh Lyall Howell. Jr. Francis Jaubert, Jr. Alben Joffrion Rodney Jung Leon Kahn Eugene Kraemer Philip Krupp John McCall, Jr. William McCall Robert Meters Kenneth Nix William Patton Thomas Patrick, Jr. George Prather Noah Range Charles Reid John Rice Harry Ricketts, Jr. William Rosenthal Alonzo Roy Richard Saloom John Schellack Arthur Silverman James Stewart Warren Tharp Gene Usdin Burt Walden Gerald Weiss Lewis Williams Marvin WolH Henry Yonge Medicine Society FIRST ROW: Lancaster. Levy, W. E.. Logan, Manowiti, Markwood, Mayer, McCall, J. W., McCall, W. W., Meiers, Nix. SECOND ROW: Patton. Patrick. Prather, Rangee, Reid. Rice, Rickets, Rosenthal, Roy, Saloom. THIRD ROW: Schellack, Silverman, Stewart, Tharp, Usdin, Walden, Weiss, Williams, Wolff, Yonge. ntn -— _ MM - - V • dent: Charles Wea+herly, vice-president; Bern- ard V. Baus, recording secretary; and William The Tau Beta PI association was founded at Le- C. Johnson, corresponding secretary, high University in 1885 by Edward Higginson Williams, Jr. Louisiana Beta was established at Tulane in 1936. The purpose is to mark in a fit- ting manner those who have conferred honor up- on their Alma Mater by distinguished scholar- MEMBERS ship and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges of America. Officers are Alanson J. Arnold, presi- Andrew whifman Andrew Anticlch Alanson Arnold Richard Barton Bernard Baus Benjannin BrupbacHer Phillip Closmann Kennefh Decossas Leonard Finley Eugene Frisch James Hasslnger Irwin Isaacson William Johnson Alan Pincus John Prendergast Harold Rosen Charles Weatherly FIRST ROW: Anficich, Arnold, Barfon. Baus. Brupbacher, Closmann, Decossas. SECOND ROW: Finley, Hasslnger, Johnson, Pincus. Prendergast, Weatherly, Whitman. NOT IN PANEL: Frisch. Isaacson, Rosen. 224 ik FIRST ROW: Antlcich, Baus. Beecherl. Bryant, Buchanan. SECOND ROW: Closman, Deckbar, Decossas. Dodt. Goodwill, Hess THIRD ROW: Hudgens, La- Cour, LeBlanc, Pierpont, Ranson. Sierra. NOT IN PANEL: Edgerton, Gamlin, Kotch, Kurica, LaCroin, Linden. Marshall. Roques, Roseman. Rosewall, White. Woolfolk. The Alpha Tau Chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma was organized at Tulane in the spring of 1928. The objects of the fraternity are: to bind its mem- bers 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 at- tainment of their ambitions as chemists through- out their mortal lives. In its efforts to further the aims of the fraternity the Alpha Tau Chap- ter sponsors every year two chemistry essay contests, one In the public high schools and one in the freshman chemistry class. It also has in- itiated a safety program in the Chemistry De- partment, and manages a display case in the Richardson Memorial Chemistry Building. Alpha Chi Sigwna 225 FIRST ROW: Charles Babington. Ponry Bobo, Bill Brownson. Malcolm Brunet, Seymour Cambias, Jack Chin, Jack Cochrane. SECOND R,OW: Bob Coleman, Jack Dabdoub, Leonard Finley, Herbert Grossimon, Gordon Heffron, William Herbst, Joe Killeen. THIRD ROW: Bill Kimble, Campbell Logan, Jimmie Maddox, Billy McCord, Billy Miller, Kenny Miller, Fred Muller. FOURTH ROW: Sus Perrin, Joe Rault, Bill Reynolds, Henry St. Paul, Luther Waller, Har- court Waters, jimmie Wattley, Herbert Williams. NOT IN PANEL: Vasso Chronis, Hugh Kieler, Dave Martin, Fred Roseman, Bob Woolfolk. Engineers Technalagical Atelier The Engineers ' Technological Atelier was -founded at Tuiane in 1936. The purpose of this organization is to coordinate more closely 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. Sonne of the activities sponsored by the E. T. A. are: " Engineers ' Day " at the football game the " Engineers ' Forum, " and the Engineering School ' s " St. Patrick ' s Day " dance which has become an event for the entire University. The officers are: Gus Perrin, president; Harcourt Waters, vice- president; Joe Rault, secretary-treasurer. 226 The organization was founded at Tulane in 1913. Its purpose is to supplement classroom work, encourage interest, promote fellowship, and provide social contacts with each other and with the faculty. Tulane A.w chitectur€Bt Society FIRST ROW: Fred Barksdale, Bob Coleman. Brian Corry, Jimmy Gibert. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Gotch Perrine, Marion Mertishaw, Anthony Occhipinti, Sob Overstreet, Claude Stevens. NOT IN PANEL: Robert Cummins, John Fickllng. Eugene Guerre, William KIngsmill, Robert Palmer. The Tulane Student Chapter of this group was established in 1938, and has encouraged interest in the profession of Jk wn e r ica n Mns iiiu te at Chewnical Engineers chemical engineering. A 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 profes- sion. Officers are: President, Kenneth LaCroix; Vice- President, Thomas Edgerton; Secretary, James Kotch; Treasurer, William Gordon. FIRST ROW: Walter Allaire. Andrew Anticich. Bernard Bans, Louis Beercheri, Mike Buclianan, Phillip Closmann. Frederick Deckbar. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Decossas, John Dodt, Leonard Finley. Marion Goodwill, William Gordon. Frank Hess, James Hudgens. THIRD ROW: Robert Jacks, Richard Johnson, James Kotch. Joseph Lacour. Robert Pierpont. Robert Rosewail. Austin Sierra. NOT IN PANEL: Fred Anepohl. Clara Bennett, Willie Chin. Tom Edgerton. Metz Kahn, Kenneth LaCroix. Rodney RoquGS. Alymer White. Robert Woolfolk. , M mm ik Q r V " FIRST ROW: William Alexander, John Alvis, Edward Arnold. Donald Bone, John Burke, Seymour Cambias. Verl Capps. Fred Chatry. SECOND ROW: Helen Dowling, Robert Fales, John Fitzgerald. Arthur Glick. Herbert Gossimon, Maurice Hatrel, Millo Hawthorne, Gordon Heffron. THIRD ROW: Nathaniel Knight. Lasley Lace- well. John Laurent. John Lozes, Roy Manning, Jarr.es Ohisen. Robert Payne, Alan Pincus. FOURTH ROW: Arthur Regottaz. James Snell. Pierre Stouse, Herbert Tardy. Leopoldo Valdes. James Wattley. William Willig. NOT IN PANEL: Albert Baltazor. Eugene Brown. Albert Buxton. George Flynn, Morris Kant. Leslie Lassiter. Henry LeMieux. Chester Lob. James Maricelll. David Martin. John Meeks, William Rumans. The Tulane University Branch was established at Tulane in 1936. The organization strives to advance knowledge of the theory and practice of electrical engineering and its science by supplementing the formal courses of instruction with the presentation of technical papers and the visitation of points of engineering interest; and to bring the students in closer professional and social contact with each other, with the faculty, and with practicing engineers. Pro- jects involving experimentation and research are particularly en- couraged. The officers are: Seymour Cambias, chairman; William Willig, vice-chairman; Alan Pincus, secretary; and Arthur Regotta z, treasurer. A wnerican Institute at Electrical Engineers 229 Awnerican Saeiety at 3MechiMnical Engineers The Tulane Student Branch of the A. S. M. E. is one of the many engineering organizations to be found throughout the country in colleges and universities. 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. The officers are: Chairman, Alanson Arnold; Vice- Chairman, James Maddox; Secretary, William Kimble; Treasurer, Philip Roach. FIRST ROW: Truitt Addkison, Alanson Arnold, Robert Barnes, John Bayles, Malcolm Brunet, Benjamin Brupbacher, John Cochrane, Jack Dabdoub. SECOND ROW: Hendrix Dawson, Frank Delery, Alvin Dews, Elmer Doerries, William Fraering. Jack Hinrichs, Edwin Hofman, Norman Howells. THIRD ROW: William Johnson, Eugene Jones, Charles Kahn, William Kimble, Williams King, Robert Kregtier. Campbell Logan, James Maddox. FOURTH ROW: Kenneth Miller, Frank Mottram, Norvin Pellerin, James Pendergrass. Gus Perrin, Richard Piske, John Prendergast, Bill Reynolds. FIFTH ROW: Wesley Root, Louis Roudane, Lewis Schlumbrecht, Bowie Simmons, Ernest Strahan, John Strate, Charles Weatherly. Harry Wiegel. NOT IN PANEL; Walter Berner, Franklin Cardwell, Ralph Gagnard, Stavros Louchis, Bernard Louviere, Donald Nestler, Algoth Paulson, Robert Reid, Philip Roach, Lloyd Salathe. Temple Stephens. ■.i-:i The Tulane Society of Civil Engineers was inaugurated at Tulane In 1944. 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. FIRST ROW: Richard Barton, Conrad Bostrom, Clarence Champion, Ralph Compagno, Lionel Currier, Russell Dahlstrom. Frank de- Graauw. Edward Estes. SECOND ROW: Tom Fromherz, Louis Good, James Hassinger, William Herbst, Albert Hotarf, Mays Hunter, Ernest Pechon, Jules Simoneaux. THIRD ROW; Ralph Slovenko, Clarence Snelling, Robert Theaux, Jean Thibodeauit, William Watson, Andrew Whitman, Troye Wilson. NOT IN PANEL: Joseph Allain, Richard Allen, Chester Beaty, Artie Calcote, John Drago. Alton Hendrickson. Robert McDowell. Frank Mitchell. Willie Morgan, Charles Moschella, William Robert, Robert Hinson. Tulane Sacieiy at Ci il It is composed of seniors, iuniors, and sophomores in the Mi Mm MMW WM t tW School of Civil Engineering and carries on its work through lectures and trips. The officers are: President, James Hassinger; Vice-President, Andrew Whitman; Secretary- Treasurer, Richard Barton. 231 GUYTON WATKINS President F. 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 Easter Sunrise Service, sponsored annually by the Tulane Y.M.C.A and the Newconnb Y.W.C.A, has a definite place in the religious life of New Orleans. The success of the 1944 Blood Donor drive was due partially to the interest taken in it by the Y.M.C.A. The " Y " cooperates with all organizations and agencies that will aid the stu- dent in living more richly and fully, both in the future and while he is at the University. Mennbers of the Cabinet are: Guyton Watkins, William Bethea, Gordon Heffron, Murphy Moss, Albert Pons, Joe Rault, Clarence Snelling. The 1944 Easter Sunrise Service was held in Dixon Hall because of bad weather. P 4 i - - . " f ;i- i- »» ■ ,- ' rA FIRST ROW: Anderson. Cafiero. Fulham, McCarty. SECOND ROW: McFaul, Sewell. Smedes, Vallas. 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 a recreational or social service meeting. Some of the interesting meetings have been those to which mem- bers of the Tuiane " Y " were invited. Topics of common interest are 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: Elaine McFaul president; Betty Vorbush, vice-president; Maria Louise Fulham, secretary; Jeanne Marcoux, treasurer. Members are: Elizabeth Aijian, Lyien Albrecht, Evelyn Anderson, Dixie Batty, Shirley Bell, Evelyn Blust, Ruth Bouiet, Betty Brock, Betty Browne, Beverly Bruff, Catherine Cafiero, Audrey Call, Rose Chin, Beverly Clerc, Joy Cohn, Ber- tida Compton, June Conravey, Cynthia Cooke, Mary Crain, Mar- garet Crossan, Margaret Cuneo, Eiodie Diodine, Katharine Doug- las, Barbara Drackett, Jean Eddy, Charlene Edwards, Valerie Ed- wards, Vivian Eigenbrod, Merle Fischer, Ellen Freeman, Maria Ful- ham, Maria Garcia, Mary Gautreaux, Ruth Goebel, Sophie Golden- berg, Mary Gonia, Betty Gray, Deryl Hamilton, Joy Harper, Anna Hover, Jean Howell, Patricia Hunter, Mary Jackson, Fannie Kyker, Harriet Lang, Frances Liddell, Rommie Jean LIddell, Toby Mc- Carty, Elaine McFaul, Mary Moss Madison, Betty Magee, Jeanne Marcoux, Carmen Martinez, Jacquelyn Noell, Helen Overton, Doris Pierson, Helen Rault, Charlotte Reynolds, Mary Reynolds, Alma Reiss, Margery Rose, Marianne Sewell, Betty Smedes, Paula Smith, Lou Stanfield, Lorraine Steidtmann, Dean Stinson, Marilyn Taylor, Mabel Todd, Betty Vallas, Betty Vorbusch, Natalie Walker, Adine Wallace, Julie Wilson, Carolyn Winling, Allie Wyler, Jerry Wyler. Y. fV. C. A. ELAINE McFAUL President 233 REV. WILLIAM H. GEREN Director OFFICERS. (Left to Right): Joe Hugghins. Jennie Horn. Louis Matthews, Rev. Bill Geren. Floyd Lewis, Braxton Patterson, Verle Capps. Ann Hodge, Warren Tharp. The Baptist Student Union is a connecting link be- tween the Campus and the Church. We seek to grasp and preserve the values of each, and to unite the intellectual with the religious in such a way as to produce the Maxinnum Life. In this era of rapid change, we seek to grasp the vitality of Christianity, and to interpret our faith in a way that will be pertinent to the needs of the day. Our program includes promotion of the activities of the Churches of New Orleans, Campus Re- ligius Meetings, and a social program of variety and color. The Baptist Student Union welcomes those who share these ideals with us. B fB p ii s i S i u d e n t tin i a n Gypsy Party. 234 Wall, Phelps. Schwarz, Evans, Townes. Canterbury Club The Tulane-Newcomb Canterbury Club was organized in May 1944. It is a member of the National Association of Canter- bury Clubs which had its beginning at New York State Teach- ers College in 1918. The Canterbury Clubs have been or- ganized nationally to serve In aiding in the extension of Christian endeavor and fellowship in college life. All Epis- copal students attending Tulane and Newcomb are eligible for membership. Clearly defined aims are set forth in six fields of activity which include Prayer, Study, Service, Giv- ing, Evangelism, and Unity. Among the projects undertaken since its reorganization was the opening of a Service Center at Christ Church Cathedral to provide recreation for service- men at Tulane, the establishing of a lay readers group, and the sending of delegates to the Episcopal College Conference at Louisiana State University. Officers: Fred Schwarz, presi- dent; Harriot Phelps, vice-president; Janet Wall, secretary; Dick Evans, treasurer; Student Worker, Hallie Townes. MEMBERS William Benedict Louise Bennett Bob Bermudez Barbara Blair Lucy Brandon Bet+ie Brewster Jim Burllnqame Eddie Buckner Forres Collins Milter Craqon Mary Grain Marqaret Cuneo Donald Dexter Ted Dexter Katharine Douqlas Barbara Drachett Dick Evans Dabney Ewin Ellen Freeman Charles Frederick Carol Gates Ann Giles Ruth Gould Duncan Gray Dorothy Hecht Harvey Henninq Ann Hiqqison Ela Hockaday Ann Howell Nifa Jacobi Emile Joffrion Frank Joffrion Florence Jones Muriel Jones Dick Kelser Laura Landry Linden LeJeune Merrel Loubat Beverly McClure Tete McConnell Elaine McFauI Mary Moss Madison George Marck Jeanne Marcoux Philip Masqueletfe Mary Matthews Milllcent May Anne Mayfleld Betty Meriwether Juliun Muellinq Jocelyn Nyland Dorothy Nyman Ronnie Orfila Harriott Phelps Albert Pons Betty Pourciau Mary Prioleau Jack Roberts Francis Sadler Fred Schwarz Clarice Slagle Lee Slagle Marjorie Sloan Betty Smedes Kent Smith Lorraine Steidtmann William Thomas Mary Trufant Billy Tucker Anne Bryan-Turner Edward Bryan-Turner Betty Vallas Harold Walker Janet Wall Bobby Watters Allie Wyler Jerry Wyler MEMBERS Lyien AlbrecKf Erin Born Evelyn Blust John Bryant Donald Bublitr Gloria Colle Kenneth Decossas Sus Delery Eiodie Drodene Edwin Doerries Harold Egenes Forrest Franfz Robert Geraud Ruth Goebel Joy Gomez Audrey Gros Joyce Huff Rosemary Janssen Fritizi Krantr Marilyn Landwehr Abe Marltosian Betty Miller Ora Morlier Howard Olsen Donald Oster Richard PIslce Patricia Rhodes Lloyd Salathe Allen Schindler Cliff Sheffey Edwin Stauss Andrew Thalheim Ruth Zlifle Myra Ziifle G a wn wn €B D e I t iB Gamma Delta is a National Lutheran Fraternity founded in 1934 in Chicago by representatives from twenty mid-western universities. Under the guidance of Pastor Lineberger, Alpha Upsi- lon chapter was started at Tulane in 1942. Officers: President, Donald Oster; Vice-President, Abe Markosian; Corresponding Secretary, Joyce Huff; Recording Secretary, Myra Ziifle; Treas- urer, Betty Miller, Pastoral adviser is Pastor H. B. Roepe. 236 REV. ROBERT E. TRACY Chaplain Charles M. Abadie Joseph Allain Neil Armstrong Alanson Arnold Edward Arnold, Jr, June Barkerding Eustatia Barrauchaud Colleen Beacham Janice BernadI Emile Bertucci John Braud Gladys Bloom Stuart Boren Madeleine Bose Robert Bose Margaret Bourg Malcolm Brunei Anthony Bruno Lloyd Burkenstock Henry Cabirac Audrey Calre Audrey Call Cora! Calongue Lydia Carr Lois Chalona Elsie Charbonnet Anthony Chetta Phyllis Church Marion Clerc Dolly Coyle Be h Crawford Pat Cronin Carmelite Cudia Shirley Cunningham Frederick Deckbar Marion Delcroix A. Thomas Delery Warren Deshotels Ardythe Donnaud Helen Dowling •Miss Adele Drouet •Prof. Lionel Durel Margaret Espada Janet Estopinal Annette Evans Shirley Fassbender Jeanne Fernandez Betty Finnegan Merle Fischer Michael Fleming Maria Garcia J. L. Girardo Harry Glass, III Robert Gonsoutin Herbert Grossimon Coralie Guarino Vivian Hamm Jean Hassinger John Hodges Fred Hubert Mignonne Huck Mary Jo Hurtt Charleen Hutson Agnes lannazzo Robert Jacks Edith Jensen John Jofco Peggy Joyner Joseph Kluchin Anne C. Kock Joycelyn Labiche Anna Lacassin Harriet Laird Katherine Laird Edwin Laizer, Jr. Alton A, Landry Mr5. Clara Landry James Larkin Marion LeBlanc Cullen J. LeBlanc Mrs. Dagmar LeBreton Marie L. LeGardeur James J. Legeai Bernard Louviere Martin McAuliffe. Jr. Jack McCoMum Jean McGivney Noelle McGoey Iris McGlothin Mary H. McLaughlin Joseph Maloney Mrs. Juanita Martinez Angela Maynon George Maynard Chalita Menendez James J. Mericelli Paul Miles Robert Montgomery Sidney Murray Anthony Occhipinti Earl Peters Gilda Pizzo Jame Plauche Ruth Power Jacqueline Provosty Ruth Provosty Joseph Rault Annabelle Reckner Miss Gladys Renshaw J. L. Roberts Jane Rodrigue Carmen S. Rodriguez Elizabeth Rooney Alice Ruiz Jackie Ryan Rosario Schelleci William Scheppegrell Helen Sherrard Audrey A. Schwark Charles C. Schott William Seller Elizabeth Shoughro Jules E. SimoneauK Marie Socola Jacguelyn Souderes Marie Stouse John D. Strate Patsy Strekfus John D. Tallant Uriel J. Theriot J ean Thibodeaux Pat Tobin J. D. Tufts. Ill Francis Warren L. L. Warren Leopoldo Valdes Miriam Viosca James Wetzel Andrew Whitman Rosalie Woolfley ♦Denotes members of Faculty JANE RODRIGUE President JVetvman Club 237 HV e si e y Faundatian The Tulane University Wesley Foundation represents The Methodist Church at work in this college community, seeking to provide for the spiritual, moral, and social needs of students, its objectives include the following: (I) to lead students to become followers of Jesus Christ and into a vital, personal relationship with God; (2) to develop a supporting group In which individuals will mutually strengthen one another in Christian living; and (3) to help create a new world order embodying Chris- tian ideals and conserving the highest human values. From its organization in September, 1944, the Wesley Foundation at Tulane has sought to develop techniques for achieving these goals. Personal counseling and specific encouragement of private devotions have sought to develop meaningful personal religion. Wholesome recreation, such as a Hobo Hike and Cocoa Convivial, as well as a variety of speakers and forum leaders have aimed to develop a sup- porting group engaged in Christian living. The Wesley Foundation at Tulane has made also some concrete contribution toward a new world order through its participation in the Methodist Student Fellowship Fund. The Westminster Fellowship of students is the Christian faith at work in the lives of students in institutions of higher education, who are members of or have given a preference for the Presbyterian Church as a channel of Christian expression. Organization, program emphasis, and varied service and social activities are the means whereby the Tulane-Newcomb group of Presbyterian stu- dents seek to experience and express vital, victorious Christian living through Jesus Christ. Every Thursday afternoon at five o ' clock the Westminster Fellowship meets as a group for practical and inspirational thought and fellowship. The officers are: Bill Thomas, president; Gayle Baldinger, vice-president; and Charlotte Reynolds, secretary-treasurer. fVe siminsier Feltanvship MRS. RICHARD D. CURLEY Dlractor 239 I ra tern iiies The twelve sororities at Newcomb are united under the Pan-Hellenic council, to which each group sends two representatives. To them falls the task of making and enforcing rushing rules. The Council plans the intersorority athletic and stunt competitions. The Newcomb War Bond Booth has been run successfully for the past two years by Pan-Hellenic. This organization gives sorority life a purposeful meaning and promotes good feeling among the groups. The officers are: Presi- dent, Charlotte Dupuy; Secretary, Elaine McFaul; Treasurer, Jackie Souderes. Newcomb J « « - CHARLOTTE DUPUY President Heilenic Council First Row PEGGIE BAKER Kappa Alpha Theta LEILA BRIDGER Ph! Mu MARION BYRNE Alpha Omicron Pi JOSEPHINE DABNEY Alpha Delta Pi CHARLOTTE DUPUY Kappa Kappa Gamma BARBARA FAULK Chi Omeqa PATSY GIBBENS Pi Beta Phi Second Row LOUISE GOTTESMAN Psi Sigma Sigma ANN JONES Beta Sigma Omicron ELIZABETH KLIPSTEIN Zeta Tau Alpha BETTY-BLAIN LYLE Delta Zeta ELAINE McFAUL . . . . ' Phi Mu SYBIL McGEE Delta Zeta BETTY MclNTOSH Pi Beta Phi Third Row TOMMYE MIRANDONA Alpha Omicron Pi LEILA OBIER Alpha Delta Pi SHIRLEY PAILET Phi Sigma Sigma JACKIE SOUDERES Zeta Tau Alpha BETTY VORBUSCH Beta Sigma Omicron CECILE WEIL Alpha Epsilon Phi BEULAH WRIGHT Alpha Epsilon Phi NOT IN PANEL CHERIE BENSABAT Chi Omega ALICE CLARK Kappa Kappa Gamma MARGARET ELLER Kappa Alpha Theta 243 The Epsilan Chapter FIRST ROW: Avegno, Bose. Brunet, Cochrane, Dabney. Dravo. Freeman. SECOND ROW: Frellsen, Gee, Goebel, Suibet, Hamrick, Healy. Henry. THIRD ROW: John. Johnson. LeBlanc. Maginnls. McGivney, Nyland, Obier. FOURTH ROW: O ' Leary, Partridge, Pedersen, B., Pcdersen, L., Swords, Von Meysenbug, Wlnllng, White, M. Alpha Delta Pi was founded at Wesleyan Female College. Epsilon chapter at Newcomb was installed in 1906. The colors are pale Blue and White, and the flower is a single purple Violet. The officers are : President, Dorothy Brunet; Vice- President, Josephine Dabney; Secretary, Jocelyn Nyland; Treasurer, Helen Dow- ling; Pan-Hellenic Delegates, Josephine Dabney and Leila Obier. 244 Jean Avegno, Charlotte Baker, Madelyn Bose, Dorothy Brunet, Ann Bryan-Turner, Patricia Cochrane, Adele Conselyea, Mar- garet Crossan, Josephine Dabney, Dorothy Davis, hlelen Dowling, ' Ruth Dravo, Loraine Freeman, Alice Frellsen, Joanna Gee, Ruth Soebel, Joan Guibet, Carol hiamrick, Dor- othy hiealy, Betty hienry, Betty Ann hiill, Bette John, Gloria Johnson, Mary LeBlanc, Claire Leqeai, Azaleiqh Maqinnis, Jean Mc- Givney, Jocelyn Nyland, Leila May Obier, Shiela O ' Leary, Doris O ' Neil, Isabelle Par- tridge, Bliss Pedersen, Lise Pedersen, An- drea Soyland, Dale Sturdy, Mary Margaret Swords, Hebda von Meysenbug, Carolyn Winling, Aylmer White, Martha White. llPBi lEll PI DOROTHY BRUNET President The Epsilan Chapter FIRST ROW: Ackman, Amsterdam. Badt. Benjamin, Bennett, Bersadsky, Burk, Feibleman, SECOND ROW: Firstenburg, Frankel, Freibaum, Garretson, Halper. Glasser, Goldstein, Goltman. THIRD ROW: Hyman, Isaacson, Kartus, C, Kartus, S., Klekman, Levy, C, Levy, E., Levy, J. FOURTH ROW: Levy, T., Lipper, Lutz, Ivlarcuse, Moss, Pickus, Rose, Rosenberg. FIFTH ROW: Rosenfield, Sctiornstein, Schreier, Seidenbach, Stern, Wagner, .Weil, Weinstein, Wolbrette. Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded at Barnard College in 1902. In 1916 the Epsilon chapter was installed. Their colors are Green and White. The Lily-of-the-Val- ley is their flower. The officers are: Dean, Jo-Ellyn Levy; Sub-Dean, Emily Badt; Treasurer, Cecile Weil; Scribe, Ruth Joan Freibaum; Pan-Hellenic Delegates, Ce- cile Weil and Beulah Wright. 246 Constance Ackman, Sylvia Amsterdam Emily Badt, Dorothy Benjamin, llene Ben- nett, Leona Bersadsky, Dorothy Burk, Co- ralie Fiebleman, Elaine Firstenburg, Dorie Frankel, Ruth Friebaum, Jeanne Garretson, Leah Glasser, Betty Goldstein, Peggy Golt- man, Kay Hahn, Lyra Halper, Gloria Hor- witz. May hlyman, Caroline Kartus, Shirley Kartus, Gloria Klekman, Margie Isaacson, Carolyn Levy, Edith Levy, Jo-Elleyn Levy, Tess Levy, Emily Lipper, Joyce Lutz, Lee Marcuse, Sally Moss, Elaine Pickus, Julanne Rose, Evelyn Rosenberg, Dora Rosenfield, Marcelle Sabel, Marjorie Sandfield, Felicia Schornstein, Lois Seidenbach, Barbara Shreier, Joanne Stern, Lois Wagner, Cecile Weil, Doris Weinstein, Betty Wolbrette. JO-ELLYN LEVY President m m m 111 im Li jiL I D The Pi Chapter FIRST ROW: Acree. Allen, Amott. Berckes, Bernhard. Biederman. Bouanchaud. Boulet, Byrne, M. SECOND ROW: Byrne N., Byrne, R., Charbonnet, Claiborne, Coats, Cooper, Doss, Duvic, Fiedler. THIRD ROW: Cranberry, Higgison, Hover, Hummel, A., Hummel, S., Jordy, Kastler, Keenan, Lemarie. FOURTH ROW: Madison, Mason, Matthew, Mayfield. Meriwether, McMurray, Milan, Mirandona, J., Mirandona, T., Northrup. FIFTH ROW: Pavy, Pourciau, Renegar, Ricker, Smitherman, Stokes, Stouse, Travis, Vass, Woofley. Alpha Omicron Pi was founded at Barnard College in 1897. In the following year Pi chapter was installed at Newcomb. The fraternity color is Cardinal and the flower is the Jacqueminot Rose. The officers are: President, Betty Granberry; Vice-President, Betty Jane Fiedler; Treasurer, Nancy Allen; Recording Secretary, Nan Byrne; Corresponding Secretary, Lana Hunnmel; Pan-Hellenic Delegates, Marion Byrne and Tonnmye Mirandona. 248 Mary Emily Acree, Nancy Allen, Alberta Amott, Robin Berckes, Dorothy Bernhard, Jane Biederman, Dinky Bouanchaud, ' Ruth Boulet, Marion Byrne, Nanine Byrne, Rosary Byrne, Elsie Charbonnet, Yvonne Claiborne, Charlotte Coats, Margaret Ann Cooper, Louanne Cuenod, Billie Doss, Carmen Du- vic, Betty Jane Fiedler, Betty Cranberry, Ann Higqison, Anna Hover, Lana Hummel, Shirley Hummel, Carolyn Jordy, Anna Kast- ler, Elizabeth Kenan, Peggy Lemarie, Jac- quelin LeRoi, Mary Madison, Ann Mason, Marilyn Matthev , Ann Mayfield, Betty Meriwhether, Lucie McMurray, Marge Mil- am, Jerrye Mirandona, Tommye Mirandona, Ann Mormon, Janet Northrup, Jeanne Pavy, Betty Pourciau, Jeanette Renegar, Florence Ricker, Jerry Smitherman, Sue Stokes, Marie Stouse, Jean Travis, Julie Vass, Rosalie Woolfley. BETTY GRANBERRY President i ImWiti m i The Alpha Sigwna Chapter FIRST ROW: Bartels, Berry, B.. Berry, M., Bourq, Bruff, Conroy, Crais, Earl. SECOND ROW: Fournet, Frey, Haase, Hebert, Hutson, Huttner, Jones, Kelley. THIRD ROW: Liddell, Noell, Reese, Shearin, Starts. Swain, Truitt, Tuqel. FOURTH ROW: Verlander. Vicknair, Vorbusch, Wagner, Williams, Wright, Wyler, A., Wylcr, J. Beta Sigma Omicron was founded at the University of Missouri in 1888. The Al- pha Signna chapter was established in 1929. Ruby and Pink are their colors, Rich- mond and Killarney Roses their flowers. The officers are: President, Barbara Con- roy; Vice-President, Marian Reese; Recording Secretary, Gloria Shearin; Corres- ponding Secretary, Marilyn Wagner; Treasurer, Evelyn Anderson; Pan-Hellenic Dele- gates, Ann Jones and Betty Vorbusch. 250 Evelyn Anderson, Norma Bartels, Betty Ber- ry, Margie Berry, Margaret Bourg, Beverly Bruff, Barbara Conroy, Evelyn Crais, Penny Darling, Carolyn Earl, Muriel Fournet, Fay Frey, Mary Haase, Gene Hassinger, ' Renee Hebert, Charleen Hutson, Gloria Huttner, Ann Jones, Dolores Kelley, Rommie Lid- dell, Angela Moynan, Jackie Noell, Dorothy Nyman, Nancy O ' Donnell, Marion Reese, Gloria Shearin, Minette Starts, Wildora Swain, Frances Truitt, Dorothy Tugel, Elaine Verlander, Audrey Vicknair, Betty Vorbusch, Marilyn Wagner, Lorraine Williams, Janet Wright, Ellie Wyler, Jerry Wyler. BARBARA CONROY Presidant 11 The itha Chapter FIRST ROW: Amis. Barrett, Baxter. Bonham, Bowen, Brewster. Browder. Buchan. SECOND ROW: Campbell. Casslty. Chadwick, Compton. Dear, Dooley. Edwards. Faulk. Firnberg. THIRD ROW: Foster. Friedrichs. Hardy. Hawkins, Howell, Ison. Kellogg, Legendrc, Luehrmann. FOURTH ROW: McConnell. Mitchell. Morphy. Post. Priolcau. Scott. Sheehan. Slagle, C, Slagle. L. FIFTH ROW: Smith. Smitherman. Stallworth, Tidmore. Tullos, Turner, Watklns, Whltencr, Wise. Chi Omega was founded in 1895 at the University of Arkansas. In 1900 Rho chapter was installed at Newcomb. Their colors are Cardinal and Straw, their flower a White Carnation. The officers are: President, Mary Stuart Kellogg; Vice- President, Betty Morphy; Secretary, Bettie Brewster; Treasurer, Jean Louise Faust; Pledge Mother, Clarice Slagle; Chapter Correspondent, Catherine Bensabat. 252 Betty Amis, Mary Barrett, Lucie Baxter, Catherine Bensabat, Ann Bonham, Virginia Bowen, Bettie Brewster, Tommie Browder, Bliss Buchan, Catherine Burns, Mary Camp- bell, Betty Cassity, Catherine Chadwick, Bertita Compton, Marian Dear, Evalyn Dooley, Charlene Edwards, Barbara Faulk, Jean Faust, Edith Field, Betty Firnberg, Sal- ly Foster, Nell Friedrichs, Hazel Hardy, Hariett Hawkins, Martha Helm, Ann How- ell, Roslyn Ison, Mary Kellogg, Kathleen Lanier, Jean Legendre, Isabel Lewis, Adele Luehrmann, Millicent May, Suzanne Mc- Connell, Martha Mitchell, Betty Morphy, Dot Post, Mary Prioleau, Mary Sheehan, Clarice Slaqle, Lee Slagle, Miriam Smith, Gloria Smitherman, Nancy Stallworth, Te- resa Tidmore, Peggy Tullos, Matilde Turner, Adine Wallace, Ann Watkins, Elizabeth Whelis, Mary Whitener, Olive Wise. MARY STUART KELLOGG President i ri 1 The BetiB Upsilan Chapter FIRST ROW: Abbott, Most, Colle, Estopinal, Fuselier, Gelpi. SECOND ROW: Harman, Holmes, Huck, Huff, Imbert, Jennings. THIRD ROW: Jones. Lally, Loubat, Lyie. Martinez, McGee, Menendez. FOURTH ROW: Nixon, O ' Connor, Robinson, Rodrigue, Sherwood, Taylor, Viosca. Delta Zeta was founded in 1902 at Miami University. The Beta Upsilon chapter was installed in 1938. The colors are Old Rose and Nile Green. The flower is the Kill- arney Rose. The officers are: President, Miriam Viosca; Vice-President, Janet Es- topinal; Recording Secretary, Merrel Loubat; Corresponding Secretary, Anne Trel- les; Treasurer, Gloria Colle; Pan-Hellenic Delegates, Betty-Blain LyIe and Sybil McGee. 254 Perry Abbott, Aurelie Alost, Gloria Colle, Carmelite Cudia, Jean Epps, Janet Estopi- nal, Monica Fuselier, Elsie Gelpi, Pat Har- man, Dot Harris, Carolyn Holmes, Mig- nonne Huck, Joyce Huff, Monita Imbert, Marion Jennings, Muriel Jones, Fritzi Krantz, Claire Lally, Muriel Loubat, Betty-Blain Lyie, Carme Martinez, Sybil McGee, Cha- lita Menendez, Gloria Nixon, Pat O ' Connor, Colleen Robinson, Jane Rodrigue, Daphne Roy, Beverly Sherwood, Marie Louise Sulli- van, Nannette Taylor, Anne Trelles, Miriam Viosca. MIRIAM VIOSCA President ri J L rr I im The A lpha Phi ChtBptew FIRST ROW: Allison, Baker, Baucum. Bevlll, Blair, Caldwell, Cantrell. Chandler, Davis. SECOND ROW: Delcroix. Donnaud, Dunlap, Ewing. Farrell. Gilliam, Hardin, Harper. A.. Harper. J. THIRD ROW: Harper. V.. Hathaway. Hayes. Jackson, Johnson. Landaiche, Lisenby. Magee. Maloney. FOURTH ROW: Mann. Marechal. McHenry, Michel. Miller, Mueller. O ' Brien. Parmley, B.. Parmley. M.. Querens. FIFTH ROW: Reynolds. Rutter. Sewell. Smith, Stewart, Tisdale. Trusty. Waggaman. Watt. Wilkins. Kappa Alpha The+a was founded at DePauw University in 1870. The Alpha Phi chap- ter was installed in 1914. Black and Gold are their colors. The Pansy is their flower. The officers are: President, Barbara Mann; Vice-President, Barbara Stewart; Cor- responding Secretary, Gloria Smith; Recording Secretary, Vyvian Harper; Treas- urer, Adrienne Farrell; Pan-Hellenic Delegates, Peggy Baker and Margaret Eller. 256 Jeanne Allison, Peggie Baker, Betty Bau- cum, Mailand Bevill, Barbara Blair, Lenore Caldwell, Joan Can+rell, June Chandler, Rita Copenhaver, Betty Ruth Davis, Marion Delcroix, Ardythe Donnaud, Shirley Dun- lap, Margaret Ellen, Dorothy Ewing, Adri- enne Farrell, Peggy Gilliam, Jean Hardin, Augusta hlarper, Joy h arper, Vyvian Har- per, Marcia Hathaway, Yvonne Hayes, Beverly Jackson, Phyllis Johnson, Gloria Landaiche, Sarah Lisenby, Betty Magee, Peggy Maloney, Barbara Mann, Alyce Marechal, Jeanne McHenry, Peggy Michel, Betty Miller, Aleene Mueller, Joel O ' Brien, Betty Parmley, Madge Parmley, Elaine Querens, Eleanor ' Reich, Charlotte Rey- nolds, Eariene Rutter, Marianne Sewell, Gloria Smith, Ann Springer, Barbara Stew- art, Louise Tisdale, Nettie Nell Trusty, Bet- ty Waggaman, Margaret Watt, Nancy Wilkins. iffl m m BARBARA MANN President The BettB OwnicrawB Chapter FIRST ROW: Amfaler, Barkerding, Browne, Buchanan, Carruth, Church, Cowan, Crane, Crawford, Dicks, SECOND ROW: Dupuy, Durland, Eaves, Favrot, Fowler, Gray, HamiHon, Hammond, Hendran, Hodges. THIRD ROW: Hollingsworth, Howell, Jones, Lane, LeSardeur, Marks, Maurer, McLeod, Morris, Munsen. FOURTH ROW: Owens, Page, Parker, Read, B., Read., G., Reilly, Ross, Schwing, Sherrouse, Tobin. FIFTH ROW: Todd, Urquhart, Vallon, Voelkei;, Walker, West, Wilbert, Williams, Wood, Woodward. BS Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded at Monmouth College in 1870. Beta Omicron chapter was installed at Newcomb in 1904. Their colors are Light Blue and Dark Blue. The flower is the Fleur-de-lis. The officers are: President, Dorothy Eaves; Standards Chairman, Charlotte Dupuy; Pledge Captain, Alice Clark; Treasurer, Polly Lane; Corresponding Secretary, Joan Durland; Scholarship Chairman, Lilian Hammond; Registrar, June Barkerding. 258 Rosalie Ambler, June Barkerding, Anne Brown, Irene Buchanan, Dot Carruth, Phyl- lis Church, Alice Clark, Judith Clark, Row- ena Cowan, Mary Crane, Marion Crawford, Jane Dicks, Charlotte Dupuy, Joan Dur- land, Dottie Eaves, Beverly Favrot, Betty Fowler, Betty Gray, Daryl Hamilton, Lilian Hammond, Peggy Hendren, Evelyn Hodges, Dorcas Hollinqsworth, Ann Howell, Virginia Jones, Polly Lane, Marie Louise Legardeur, Berthe Marks, Felice Maurer, Betty McLeod, Beverly Morris, Louise Munson, Mary Owens, Nina Page, Paula Parker, Betty Read, Gail Read, Pat Reilly, Katherine Ross, Carolyn Schwing, Ethelyn Sherrouse, Pat Tobin, Mary Margaret Todd, Jennifer Urquhart, Henrietta Vallon, Eva Voelker, Natalie Walker, Margie West, Marion Wil- bert, Ann Williams, Charlotte Wood, El- eanor Woodward. DOROTHY EAVES President The Delta Chapter FIRST ROW: Allen. Baetier. Baldinger. B., Baldinger, G.. Bridger, L., Bridger. M., Childress, Clerc. Collins. SECOND ROW: Cunningham. Davis, Diboll. Drackett. Elmer. Fischer, Freeman, Gautrcaux. Giles. THIRD ROW: Gonia. Haas. Harris, Hodge. Holland. Horn. Hurley. Jewell. Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Karter. Lemieux. Mailhes, McCarty. McClure. McFaul. McLoughlin. Negueloua, Roberts. FIFTH ROW: Schmidt. Smith, Socola. Steidtmann Stinson. Sturckon. Taylor. Villars. Zander. Phi Mu was founded at Georgia Wesleyan College in 1852. Delta chapter was established at Newcomb in 190 6. Rose and White are their colors. The Enchan- tress Carnation is their flower. The officers are: President, Adele Redditt; Vice- President, Toby McCarty; Secretary, Jane Gros; Treasurer, Doris Karter; Pledge Director, Rosennary Haas; Pan-Hellenic Delegates, Leila Bridger and Elaine Mc- Faul. 260 Lumpkin Allen, Lorraine Bahan, Bet+y Baet- jer, Beatrice Baldinger, Gayle Baldinger, Leila Bridger, May Bridger, Billie Childress, Corinne Chisholm, Marie Clerc, Mary Col- lins, Cynthia Cook, Gladys Cunninghann, Fredda Davis, Glenn Derbes, Dorothy Di- boll, Barbara Drackett, Helen Edwards, Lois Elmer, Merle Fischer, Lynn Freeman, Mary Jo Gautreaux, Ann Giles, Mary Joan Gonia, Janie Gros, Rosemary hiaas, Nina Sue Harris, Ann Hodge, Betty Holland, Louise Horn, Peggy Hurley, Olive Jewell, Dorothy Johnson, Jo Marie Jones, Doris Karter, Merle Lemieux, Toby McCarty, Elaine McFaul, Beverly McClure, Mary Mc- Loughlin, Betty Mailhes, Carmel Milhas, Lillian Negueloua, Dorothy Gotch Ferine, Adele Redditt, Florence ' Roberts, Mary- Louise Schmidt, Paula Smith, Marie-Louise Socola, Lorraine Steidtmann, Dean Stinson, Dolores Sturckon, Marilyn Tucker, Amelie Umbach, Beverly Villars, Janet Wall, Claire Mae Zander. ADELE REDDITT President U i The A.lplt€B Chapter FIRST ROW: Baker, Billion, Bloom, Burguieres, Caffery, Carrere, Charbonnet, Charles. SECOND ROW: Crozat. Deane, Faust, Fly, Gates, Gibbers, Goodwin, Grehan. THIRD ROW: Hecht, Huey. Jackson, Johntson, Jones, Leqendre. McCay, McDonougn. FOURTH ROW: Mcintosh, McLarty, Moore. Moran, Munson, O ' Neill, Phelps, Phillips, FIFTH ROW: Proffitt. Rand, Ratcliff, Rhymes, Seals, Smither. Wiegand, Williamson, Witherspoon. Pi Beta Phi was founded at Monmouth College in 1867. Newcomb ' s Alpha chap- ter came on the campus in 1891. Their colors are Wine and Silver Blue. The flower a Wine Carnation. The officers are: President, Connie Faust; Vice-President, Dor- othy Hecht; Treasurer, Patsy Grehan; Corresponding Secretary, Betty Mcintosh; Recording Secretary, Martha McDonough; Rush Captain, Patsy Sibbens. 262 Kit Baker, Francolse Billion, Gladys Bloom, Joan Burguieres, Lydia Caffery, Rosemary Carrere, Signa Charbonnet, Catherine Charles, Betty Cooney, Anita Crozat, Nancy Deane, Katharine Douglas, Connie Faust, Mary Fly, Carol Gates, Patsy Gib- bens, Pat Goodwin, Patsy Grehan, Barbara hHarvey, Dottie hiecht, Mary hlopkins, Ade- laide hHuey, Adele Jackson, Ann Johnston, Florence Jones, Anne Koch, Ann Landry, Laura Landry, Marion Leqendre, Ann Le- Jeune, Mary Matthews, Bitza McCay, Mar- tha McDonough, Betty Mcintosh, Nancy McLarty, Susan Moore, Odette Moran, Jane Munson, Peggy O ' Neill, Hariott Phelps, Adelaide Phillips, Mary Phillips, Courtney Proffitt, Dorothy Rand, Becky Ratcliff, Jane Rhymes, Catherine Seals, Etheldra Smith, Martha Smither, Ann West, Glenny Wiegand, Lenore Williamson, Martha Witherspoon. D CONNIE FAUST president FBI The Beta Kappa Chapter FIRST ROW: Ahrens, Armstrong, Bratton, Cardwell. Carr. SECOND ROW: Garrett, Hezlett, Horn, Hunter, Jackson, Janssen. THIRD ROW: Keenan, KIdd. Morse, Rives, Ross, Scott. FOURTH ROW: Sherrard, Souderes, Stafford, Switier, Talbot, Walker. Ze+a Tau Alpha was founded at Virginia State Normal in 1898. Newcomb ' s Beta Kappa chapter was installed in 1927. Their colors are Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray. The White Violet is their flower. The officers are: President, Eleanor Kidd; Vice-President, Beverly Morse; Secretary, Jane Armstrong; Treasurer, Jackie Sou- deres; Pan-Hellenic Delegates, Elizabeth Klipstein and Jackie Souderes. 264 Robin Ahrens, Jane Armstrong, Jane Brat- ton, Maudie Cardwell, Louise Carr, Jean Clowder, Barbara Fletcher, Rosemary Gar- rett, Betsy Hezlett, Jonnle Horn, Patricia Hunter, Alice Jackson, Rosemary Janssen, Susan Keenan, Eleanor Kidd, Elizabeth Klipstein, Jackie Moore, Dottie Morrel, Beverly Morse, Catherine Ricks, Jen Rives, Mary Ross, Dot Scott, Helen Sherrard, Jackie Souderes, Betty Stafford, Sue Swit- zer, Eileen Talbot, Vera Walker. ELEANOR KIDD PresldenJ nil lii i D Ll 11 I Med t a n - The officers of the Medical Pan-Hellenic Council for 1944 were: President, James Prose; Vice-President, Phil Taylor; Secre- tary-Treasurer, John Bassett. The 1945 officers are: President, Terrell Tyler: Secretary-Treasurer, Marvin Green. Newly elected members for 1945 are: Nu Sigma Nu, Palfrey and Brannan; Phi Chi, Benbow and Patton; Theta Kappa Psi, Tyler and Rice; Phi Lambda Kappa, Green and Kushner; Phi Delta Epsilon, Berenson and Hirsh; Phi Rho Sigma, Bohmfalk and Lyons; Alpha Kappa Kappa, Dane and Eyrich. The 1944 mem- bers were: Nu Sigma Nu, Bassett and Otts; Phi Chi, Prose and Benbow; Theta Kappa Psi, Tyler and Taylor; Phi Lambda Kappa, Bergman and Green; Phi Delta Epsilon, Dravin and Berenson; Phi Rho Sigma, Bertucci and Staker; Alpha Kappa Kappa, Freckleton and Dane. 266 TERRELL TYLER President Hellenic Council Firsf Row JOHN BASSETT Nu Sigma N. BOB BENBOW Phi Chi PHIL BERGMAN phi Lambda Kappa GERALD BERENSON phi Dslfa Epsllon EMILE BERTUCCI ph; |,h„ ;;,„, LEAR DANE . Alpha Kappa Kappa ISADORE DRAVIN phi Delta Epjilon Second Row FRANK FRECKLETON Alpha Kappa Kappa ► AC OTTS Nu Sigma Hu JAMES PROSE Phi Chi NORMAN STAKER ph, Rho Sigma PHIL TAYLOR Thefa Kappa Psi TERRELL TYLER Theta Kappa Psi NOT IN PANEL MARVIN GREEN Ph; Lambda Kappa 267 The Beta lata Chapter FIRST ROW: Basseft, Biggart, Bordelon, Boswell. Brannan, Covert, Craig. SECOND ROW: Cummins, Denny, Downs, Edwards, Esslinger, Exiine, Faust. THIRD ROW: Galloway, Gariepy, Gillespy, Gilly, Grindle. Jarrell, Jones. FOURTH ROW: Lewis. McCall, McCaskey, Norman. Nyberg, Otts. Palfrey, Range. FIFTH ROW: Robinson, Stone, Syll, Talley, Thames, Tharp, Tucker, Williams. B Nu Sigma Nu was founded in 1882 at the University of Michigan. The Beta lo+a chapter was established at Tulane in 1910. The colors are Wine and White. The flower is the Red Carnation. The 1944 officers were: John Bassett, president; How- ard Bordelon, vice-president; Charles Stone, secretary; William Syll, treasurer. The 1945 officers are: Will Palfrey, president; Dick Faust, vice-president; George McCaskey, secretary; Dick Creasman, treasurer. 268 MEMBERS IN FACULTY: John J. Archinard, Phil- lip J. Bayon, Hardee Befhea, Edgar Burns, Octave C. Cassegrain, Louis S. Charbonnet, Dean H. Echols, Peter Everett, Thomas Findlay, Irving Hard- esty, Warren H. hiebert, Allan Hill, Richard G. Holcombe, John A. Holmes, Harvey Johnson, Phil- lip H. Jones, Lucien Landry, Mercer G. Lynch, Ru- dolph Matas, Edward Matthews, Gordon McHardy, Alton Ochsner, Thomas Osgaard, Ralph Platou, John Pratt, Ambrose H. Storck, Martin T. Van Studdiford, Norton W. Voorhies, E. Garland Walls. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: Maurice Alexander, Bruce Alspach, Robert Arrants, John Bassett, Dan Beatty, James Biggart, Howard Bordelon. Brown Boswell, Carl Brannan, DeWitt Brock, Grundy Cooper, Frank Covert, John Craig, Richard Creas- nnan, Harold Cummins, O. P. Daly, James Davis, Benjamin Denny, Ralph Downs, Ray Edwards, Josh Esslinger, Norman Evans, Lobdell Exiine, Richard Faust, Albert Fechtel, Benjamin Galloway, Louis Gariepy, Hale Giffen, Robert Gillespy, James Gilly, Douglas Gordon, Jack Grindle, Hurst Hatch, Carol Herron, James Holmes, Clarence Imboden, Marion Jarrell, Leo Johns, Robert Jones, Irvine Jordan, Carl Kesmodel, Miles Lewis, Stewart Long, Robert Low. James Lynn, William McCall, George McCaskey. Armand McHenry, Samuel Moseley, Tom Norman. Frederick Nyberg, Octavius Otts, William Palfrey, Noah Range, Roger Reeves, Jo- seph Robinson, Robert Senter, Charles Stone, Wil- liam Syll, William Talley, William Thames, Warren Tharp, Iraneus Tucker, Miguel Vales, Roy White, Gerald Williams, James Williams, McLauren Wil- liams, Stewart Williams. WILLIAM PALFREY President 1 1 The Ownicran Chapter FIRST ROW: Allen, Alliston, Bana, Bass, Batson. H,, Batson, P.. Baum, Benfaow, Bevll, Bologna. SECOND ROW: Brown. J. B.. Caire. Calhoun, Gary, Clark. Cooke, Cookston, Crawford, Day, Deming. THIRD ROW: Dkkert, Dismukes, Dupont, H. L., Dupont, J., Ehlert, Ellender, Elmore, Faulk, Foster, Soggans. FOURTH ROwi Graham, Graves, Gruich, Guilbeau, Harris, R., Holt, Howell. Hutton, James, Knight. FIFTH ROW: Lewis, J. W., Linss, Logan, McBec, McKneely, Meiers, Merritt, Minyard, Moore, Murphy. SIXTH ROW: Nix. Norton, Patrick, Patton, Payne, Perrine, Pou, Prather, Prideaux, Prose. SEVENTH ROW: Randolph, Ray, Ricketts, Rohn| Rueckl. Sharp, Sloan, Spaar, Spencer, Stanley. EIGHTH ROW: Stanton, Strain, Taylor, S. C, Tippins, Ward, Wilkinson, Williams, T., Wright, Wyatt, Yong ' e. Phi Chi was founded at the University of Vermont in 1889. The Omicron chapter was established at Tulane in 1902. The colors are Olive Green and White, and the flower Is the Lily of the Valley. Officers for 1944 were: Wyman Sloan, presi- ding senior; Robert Benbow, presiding junior; Milton Talbot, secretary; John Der- rick, treasurer. The officers for 1945 are: Robert Benbow, presiding senior; Lyall Howell, presiding junior; Milton Talbot, secretary; Sam Taylor, treasurer. 270 Thomas Wallace William Thomas MEMBERS IN FACULTY: Owen Agee, George E. P. Barnes, Charles C. Bass, Woodward Beacham, William Boles, James Chamberlain, William Clark, Samuel Colvin, Eugene Countiss, William Douglas, Allan C. Eus+is, A. V. Friedrichs, Mims Gage, Shelley Gaines, Elbert Giles, Thomas A. Glass, John T. hialsey, William H. hiarris, Tilghman Herring. Joseph Hopkins, Challle Jamieson, Jack R. Jones, Cheney Joseph, Robert C. KeHeher, William Kittredge, H. W. Kostmayer, Edwin Lawson, Francis E. Lejeune, George King Logan, Randolph Lyons, Howard Mahorner, Marcus J. Magruder, James Mc Lester, John Menville, Leon Menvllle, Ruble Moor, Neal Owens, Charles Patterson, Buarne Pear- son, Frank Ramsay, Spears Randall, Byron Stuart, John Snavely, Perry Thomas, P, J, Thomas, William F. Thomas, Walker Thompson, Roy Turner, James Watkins, Charles H. White, Carl Wilen, Williard Wirth, Charles C. Wood. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: Wallace Aderhold, Aaron Al- lert, Warren Allen, Wiley Alliston, Jr., Herman Anderson, William Baria, Ross Bass, Hiram Batson, Pascal Batson, Jr., Arnold Baum, Robert Benbow. Jack Bevil, Nino Bologna, Claude Brown, Jr., James Brown, Vance Bullock, Bush, Jack Caire, Joseph Calhoun. Edward Cary, Clark, Re id Clan ton. Howell Coe, Lane Cooke, Cookston, Elgin Cowart, Edward Crawford, Jr., Davis, Charles Day, John Deming, John Derrick, Elbert Dickert, Jr., Henry Dismukes, T homas Donald, Jr., Hanson Dupont. Jules Dupont, Craddock Duson, Jack Easom, Al- bert Eh lent, Allen Ellen der, Jr., John Gil more, John Faulk, Jack Flowers, John Ford, John Fort, Paul Foster, Albert Goggans. Stephen Graham, Jr., Robert Graves, Frank Grulch, Joseph Gilbeau, Paul Guttman, Robert Hardle, Erie Harris, Jr., Robert Harris, Leonard Hattaway, Davis Haughton, Robert- Hendon, Jr., Warren Higginbotham, Zeno Holt, Lyall Howell. Carl Humes, Samerlll Hutton, Jr., Dewitt James, Charles Knight, Richard Kramer, John Laf- ferty, James Lewis, Royce Lewis, Jr., William Llnss, Forrest Little, Sam Logan. Alexander McBee, Francis McMelns, Bill McKneely, Edward Meadows, Robert Meiers, HInton Mer- ritt, John Minyard. Mims MltcheN, James Moore. Eugene Murphey, 111, Kenneth Nix, William Nobles, Jr., Robert Norton, Jr., Alex Patrick, William Patton, Clifton Payne, James Perrine, Charles Peterson. Charles PInkoson, Jack Pou, James Poyner, George Prather, Tom Prideaux, James Prose. Fay Randall. William Randolph, Charles Ray, Harry RIcketts, James Rohn, Frank Rueckle, Lewis Rutledge, Robert Sharp, John Shriner, Wyman Sloan, Jr., Albert Spaar, Jr., William Spencer, James Stanley, William Stanton, Stone Stickney, Tom Strain, Al Sullivan, Milton Talbot, James Taylor, Vann Taylor, Sam Taylor, Keener Tippins, James Ward, Jr., Stephen Ware, Jr., Jack White, Phil White, John Whitman. Philip Windrow. Jacques Wilkinson. Alban Williams. Chester Wil- liams, Thomas Williams, Sam Wise, Levon Wright, George Wyatt, Sparkman Wyatt, Henry Yonge. ROBERT BENBOW President PI 1 J The A lpha lata Chapter FIRST ROW: Bererson, Bland, Bloch, Cohen, L., Dravin, Hecker. SECOND ROW: Hesdorffer, Hirsch, Hodes, Jacobson, Kahn. THIRD ROW: Kartus, King. Levy, W., Rosenthal, Schneider. FOURTH ROW: Silverman, Usdin, Weisler, Weiss, Wolff., Phi Delta Epsilon was founded at Cornell University in 1904. The Alpha lota chap- ter was established at Tulane in 1918. The colors are Purple and White, and the flower is the Hyacinth. The officers for 1944 were: Lawrence Cohen, president; Avrohm Jacobson, vice-president; Eugene Hesdorffer, secretary; William Rosen- thal, treasurer. The officers for 1945 are: William Rosenthal, president; Gerald Berenson, vice-president; Morris Weisler, secretary; Gene Usdin, treasurer. 272 MEMBERS IN FACULTY: Emile Bloch, Irv- ing Glossberg, Abe Golden, Allen Gold- man, Julean Graubarth, Louis Levy, Paul Marks, Harvey Meyer. D i MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: Gerald Beren- son, William Blahd, Ted Bloch, Emmanuel Bresler, Lawrence Cohen, Sidney Cohen, Isadore Dravin, Erwin Hecker, Eugene Hes- dorffer, Joseph Hirsch, Richard hlodes, Ber- nard Jacobs, Avrohm Jacobson, Leon Kahn, Sam Kartus, Joseph King, Richard Levy, Walter Levy, hiarvey Rappeporf, Ralph Robbins, William Rosenthal, Al Schonbrum, Irvin Schneider, Arthur Silverman, Bernard Solomon, Gene Usdin, Morris Weisler, Gerald Weiss, Marvin Wolff. WILLIAM ROSENTHAL President The Mtelia Ownicran A.lpha Chapter FIRST ROW: Baffes. Bertucci, Bohmfalk, Boren, Bunker, Calix. SECOND ROW: Cuellar. Dastugue, Dileo, Ellis. Jung, Kraemer. THIRD ROW: Langlois. Lubrano, Mayer, Snowhife, Staker, Tedesco, Wright. Phi Rho Siqma was founded at Northwestern University Medical School in 1890. The Delta Omicron Alpha chapter was established at Tulane in 1918. The colors are Scarlet and Gold, and the flower is the Red Carnation. Officers for 1944 were: Emile Bertucci, Jr., president; Thomas Baffes, vice-president; William Keat- ing, secretary; William Langlois, Jr., treasurer. The officers for 1945 are: Rodney Jung, president; Thomas Baffes, vice-president; Francis Jaubert, secretary; George Ellis, treasurer. 274 MEMBERS IN FACULTY: Granville A. Ben- nett, Sidney Bliss, Hugo T. Englehardt, John Y. Gooch, Carl Cranberry, S. Holson, Roy de la Houssaye, Lloyd J. Kuhn, Jaques A. Magne, Anees Mogabgab, Marvin Smith, R. M. Street, Robert A. Strong, William A. Wagner. • MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: Thomas Baffes, Emile Bertucci, Arthur Bohmfalk, Jr., Stev - art Boren, Rex Bunker, Arthur Calix, George Cuellar, Fernand Dastugue, Jr., Lucas Di- Leo, George Ellis, Jorge Gasteazoro, Fran- cis Jaubert, Rodney Jung, William Keat- ing, Eugene Kraemer, William Langlois, Jr., Dan Lubrano, Thomas Lyons, Frank Mayer, Louis Polizzi, Arthur Snowhite, Norman Staker, Ignatio Tedesco, Kenneth Wright, Thomas Wynne. RODNEY JUNG President The Pi Chapter FIRST ROW: Adami, Adams, Anderson. Austin, Baehr. Baker. Barnes. Bevll. Black. SECOND ROW: Boese. Buck. Buerger, Crookshank. Curtis. Dabney. Daron, Denman, Duzan. THIRD ROW: Hall, Hays, Joffrion. Johnson. Knolle. Krupp. Lancaster. Lees. Lister. FOURTH ROW: Locke. March, Martlneau. McCall. IvtcMillan, Mortensen, Muehleck. Newsom. Page. FIFTH ROW: Parmley. Parnell. Presley. Rice. Schcllack. Snnlth, Stewart. Sutter, Taylor. SIXTH ROW: Thomas. Touzet. Tyler. Walden. Wallace, Wehrle. Witt. Woodward. Young. B., Young. J. Theta Kappa Psi was founded at the Medical College of Virginia in 1879. The Pi chapter was established at Tulane in 1904. The colors are Gold and Green, and the flower is the Red Rose. Officers for 1944 were: Thomas Wallace, prytan; Phillip Taylor, vice-prytan; Samuel Austin, recording secretary; James Lees, cor- responding secretary; Robert Lancaster, bursar. The officers for 1945 are: Robert Lancaster, prytan; Robert Pace, vice-prytan; Paul Woodward, recording secretary; John Martineau, corresponding secretary; J. K. Schellack, bursar. 276 MEMBERS IN FACULTY: Rufus H. Allredge, J. N. Ane, Robert Bernhard, Charles L. Brown, Wiley R. Buffington, W. W. Butterworth, J. A. Colclough, Francis C. Coleman, Alex R. Crebbin, Williann H. Gillenfine, Paul G. Lacroix, Paul A. Mcllhenny, Joseph W. Reddoch, Adrian F. Reed, Paul W. Renken, hlowar d H. Russell, Louis A. Toth. ll FT i llL 1 m Di I MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: Gilbert Adami, Bar- nette Adams, Jr., Robert Anderson, Samuel Aus- tin, John Baehr, Jr., Claude Baker, John Barnes, hlarold Bevil, John Black, Herman Boese, Robert Buck, Claude Buerger, William Crookshank, Egbert Crossett, Clyde Curtis, Joe Dabney, Paul Daron, Glenn Davis, Frank Denman, Kenneth Duzan, Carl Haggard, Allon Hall, Robert Hays, James Holmes, Gregory Hoskins, Roland Hotard, Jr., Emile Jof- frion, Owen Johnson, Thomas Kane, Rupert Kerr, Ralph KIdd, Jr., Allen Knolle, Philip Krupp, Jr., Robert Lancaster, James Lees, Robert Lister, Cor- bet Locke, John McCall, Jr., Charles McMillan, George March, Jr., John Martineau, Edward Meares, Andreas Mortensen, George Nuehleck, Jr., William Newsom, Robert Pace, Jr., Jack Page, John Parmley, Billy Parnell, Walter Presley, Hubert Prevost, James Rice, John Rice, Jr., John Schellack, Marion Shelton, Douglas Sherrill, Denton Smith, James Stewart, Everett Sutter, Philip Taylor, Elton Thomas, Andre Touzet, Terrell Tyler, Burt Walden, Thomas Wallace, Paul Wehrle, Robert Witt. Paul Woodward, Bennett Young, James Young, Jr. ROBERT LANCASTER President Alpha Kappa Kappa was -founded at Dartmouth Medical School in 1888. The Alpha Beta Chapter was established at Tulane in 1903. The colors are Dartmouth Green and White, and the flower is the White Carnation. The officers for 1944 were: Bob Moore, president; Lanford DeGeneres, vice- president; Howard Hardee, secretary; Frank Ruys, treasurer. The officers for 1945 are: Lanford DeGeneres, president; Bernard Soto, vice-president; Prentiss Parker, secretary; Howard Hardee, treasurer. ROBERT MOORE Presidenf FIRST ROW: Cale, Comer. Cook, Dane, DeGeneres. SECOND ROW: Dienst, Dross, Ede, Eyrich, Freckleton. THIRD ROW: Hunter. Jofko, Kimbell, Markward, McCrea. FOURTH ROW: Mockbee, Moore, Muhleisen, Ruys, Shirer, Walsh. NOT IN PANEL: Ford, Grimes, Hardee, Parker. Prows, Soto, Toma. The A tphtM BettB Chapter ill im im 278 i mn The M si C htBpte w FIRST ROW: Alexander. Baum. Blackman. Blutstetn, Carp, Davis. SECOND ROW: Goodstein, Herfzberg, Kook, Korn. Kushner, Levy. THIRD ROW: baum, Spitier, Sv eet, Tolmas, Zinker. NOT IN PANEL: Cohen, Forman, Goldman, Green, Levin, Liebowitz. Schwartz, D,, Schwartz, G., Shu] Morgan, Perr, Rosen- man, Slegendorf. IRWIN GOLDMAN President Phi Lambda Kappa was founded at the University of Pennsylvania In 1907. PsI chapter was established at Tulane In 1924. The colors are Blue and White, and the flower Is the Century Plant. Officers for 1944 were: Herbert Perr, president; Irwin Goldman, vice-president; Arthur Hertzberg, secretary; Allan Leonard, treasurer. The officers for 1945 are: Irwin Gold- man, president; Marvin Green, vice-president; Saul Slegendorf, secretary; Charles Wasserman, treasurer. Tulane JP iM n ' TROYE SVENDSON President The Tulane Pan-Hellenic Council is the governing body of the seventeen Greek-letter fraternities on the Campus. Each fraternity selects two of its members as representa- tives to the council, but each fraternity has only one vote on all matters. The purpose of the Pan-Hellenic Council is to bring about a deeper un- derstanding among its members through the promotion of closer relation- ships. This is largely accomplished by the sponsoring of intra-fraternity competition in scholarship, sports, and the Campus Night productions. A formal Pan-Hellenic dance is given annually in the Tulane Room. The officers for the July semester were: Jimmy Gibert, president; Alan Robin- son, secretary. The officers for the November semester are: Troye Svend- son, president; Floyd Lewis, secretary. The faculty adviser is Dr. Thornton Terhune. } MMelienic C o u n c i i First Row ADOLFO ARROCHA Phi Iota Alpha STANLEY BRESSLER Kappa Nu BILL BROWNSON Phi Kappa Sigma SEYMOUR DREYFUS Zeta Beta Tau LOUIS ELLIOTT Sigma Alpha Epsilon CHARLES ESHLEMAN Kappa Alpha JAMES GIBERT Kappa Sigma HARRY GLASS Phi Kappa Sigma WARREN HAMPTON Alpha Tau Omega Second Row JEROME HEARD Delta Kappa Epsilon RICHARD KEISER Delta Tau Delta FLOYD LEWIS Beta Theta Pi TOM Mcintosh Delta Sigma Phi PRESTON MOTTRAM Delta Tau Delta ROBERT MUDD Phi Delta Theta RICHARD PISKE Sigma Pi ALAN ROBINSON PI Kappa Alpha E. A, ROTH, JR Sigma Alpha Epsilon Third Row HENRY SIMON Zeta Beta Tau ERNEST STRAHAN Alpha Tau Omega TROYE SVENDSON Delta Sigma Phi WILLIAM VAN KIRK : ■ Sigma Chi POCHE WAGUESPACK Kappa Alpha HAROLD WALKER Sigma Chi WILLIAM WATSON Kappa Sigma A. A, WATTERS. JR Phi Delta Theta ANDRE ZILBERMANN Sigma Alpha Mu NOT IN PANEL KENNEDY GILLY Delta Kappa Epsilon JOHN McCORKLE Beta Theta Pi 281 The MjauisiatBU Beta Epsilan Chapter FIRST ROW: Barnett. Barousse, Causey. Crozat, Dauterive. E., Dauterive, H.. Friedrichs. SECOND ROW: Garet. Gentry, Hampton, Harris, Hays. James, THIRD ROW: Jernigan, Joachim, Lambert, Loker, Martorell, Mattox, McOuinn. FOURTH ROW: Molony, Palm iter. Strahan, Volkert, Willis. Wolfe. Alpha Tau Omega was founded at the Virginia Military Institute in 1865. The Louisiana Beta Epsilon chapter was established at Tulane in 1887. The officers are: Worthy Master, Robert W. Jernigan; Worthy Chaplain, James H. Gentry; Worthy Keeper of the Exchequer, Thomas N. James; Worthy Keeper of the An- nals, Joseph Joachim; Worthy Scribe, Alton Bennett Causey. Colors: Old Gold and Sky Blue. Flower: White Tea Rose. 282 MEMBERS IN FACULTY: Nathaniel C. Cur- tis, Charles Eshleman, Allan C. Eustis, George Janvier, Randolph Lyons, Logan Wilson. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: Stewart Bar- nett, Larry Barousse, Norman Burandt, Frank Burge, A. B. Causey, Thomas Cro- zat, Henry Dauterive, Weeks Dauterive, ' Richard Ellis, Andrew Friedrichs, B. J. Car- et, James Gentry, William Hancock, War- ren Hampton, William Hancock, Friedrichs Harris, Magruder Hays, Fred Hunter, Thom- as James, Herbert Jeffords, Robert Jerni- gan, Donald Hurlbert, Herbert Lambert, Robert Lindsey, Walmsley Loker, Richard Martoreii, Robert Mattox, William Mc- Quinn, Gordon Meriwether, Lawrence Mo- lony, Joseph Palmiter, Ernest Petitjean, Ernest Strahan, Edward Volkert, Burton Walker, Leonard Willis, Robert Wolfe. ROBERT JERNIGAN President 111 1 111 n p, ' ' j_ i ' -J fSMi ' oi ' trnJ t ' " CccJi i I ' ri i- The JSeia Xi Chapter FIRST ROW: Anderson, Bobo, Bradburn. D., Bradburn. I., Brown. Burlingame, Gary. SECOND ROW: Coleman, Cummins, Ewin, French, Guilbeau, Hacker, KMIecn, Laffre. THIRD ROW: Lewis, B., Lewis, F., Lewis, G., Mangelsdorf. McCown, Montague, Moss, Ochsner, J. FOURTH ROW: Ogden, H., Ogden, W., O ' Neal, Patrick, Patton, Provosty, Rault, Sanders. FIFTH ROW: Scoggin, Sherrouse, Smith, Steiner, Stephens. Stouse, Werlein, Williams. Beta Theta Pi was founded at Miami University in 1 839. The Beta Xi chapter was established at Tulane in 1908. The officers are: President, Floyd W. Lewis; Vice- President, Robert M. Colennan; Recording Secretary, Richard O. Werlein; Corres- ponding Secretary, Murphy Moss; Alumni Secretary, Dabney M. Ewin; Treasurer, David B. Martin. The colors are Pink and Blue, and the flower is the Rose. 284 MEMBERS IN FACULTY: Phillip Bayon, Charles Hume, Francis LeJeune, Sumpter Marks, John Menville. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: Oscar Ander- son, Penny Bobo, Donald Bradburn, Ian Bradburn, Ed Brown, Jim Burlingame, Bill Capo, Edward Cary, Robert Coleman, h ar- old Cummins, Dabney Ewin, Larry French, Joseph Guilbeau, Kearny Flacker, Jack Jackson, Joe Killeen, Randall Laffre, Dan LeGardeur, Billy Lewis, Floyd Lewis, George Lewis, Phil Mangelsdorf, David Martin, John McCorkle, Robert McCown, Frank Mon- tague, Murphy Moss, Alton Ochsner, John- ny Ochsner, Larry Ogden, William Ogden, Milton O ' Neal, Lex Patrick, Billy Patton, Mike Provosty, Joe Rault, Bill Sanders, Guy Scoggin, Walton Sherrouse, Walter Simp- son, Ames Smith, Gid Steiner, Donald Ste- phens, Stone Stickney, Pierre Stouse, Tony Vizard, Buddy Werlein, Roy White, Stewart Williams, Robert Woolfolk. FLOYD LEWIS President The T€BU LawnbdtB ChtBpter FIRST ROW: Agnew, Barksdale. Bland. Covert, Day. Dickman. SECOND ROW: Faust. Ferguson. Field, Fox. Garrett, Silly. THIRD ROW: Sore, Gray, Gresham. Heard. Heffron. Logan, Maddox. FOURTH ROW: Pearson. Robinson. St. Paul. Talbot, Tucker, Van Horn. Wattley. Delta Kappa Epsilon was founded at Yale University in 1844. The Tau Lambda chapter was established at Tulane in 1899. The officers are: President, Fred Barks- dale; Vice-President, Edward Silly; Recording Secretary, Henry St. Paul; Treas- urer, John Devlin; Corresponding Secretary, Norton Dickman; Historian, William Tucker. The colors are Red, Azure, and Gold, and the flower is the Pansy. 286 MEMBERS IN FACULTY: Maxwell E. Lap- ham, Joseph McCloskey, John Minor Wis- dom. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: Herman Ag- new, Edward Baldwin, Fred Barksdale, Rob- ert Bland, Wharton Brown, Lucius Butts, Etienne Cambon, Frank Covert, Lynwood Cox, Mason Day, John Devlin, Norton Dickman, Jack Easterling, William Faust, Loring Ferguson, Richard Field, Richard Fox, Flood Garrett, Edward Gilly, James Gilly, Kennedy Gilly, S. D. Gore, Duncan Gray, William Gresham, Jerome hleard, Gordon hieffron, Campbell Logan, Feltus Leak, James Maddox, Armand Mch enry, Kenneth Muller, John Pearson, John Rew, Carter Robinson, John Shriner, Henry St. Paul, Edmond Talbot, William Tucker, Her- bert Van Horn, James Wattley, James Wil- liams, Louis Wingate. FRED BARKSDALE President IL I The Chi Chapter FIRST ROW: Buwe, Compagno. Delorme, Doerries. Douglas, Estes. SECOND ROW: Kirkwood, Knight, Krupp, Kuhn, Legeai, Lyons. THIRD ROW: McCord, Mcintosh, Millon, Moran, O ' Neil, Oster, Rogerson. FOURTH ROW: Schmltz, Schumann, S»cndson, Taylor, D., Taylor, L., Thalhelm, Travis. Delta Sigma Phi was founded at the College of the City of New York in 1899. The Chi chapter was established at Tulane in 1916. The officers are: President, Troye Svendson; Vice-President, Frank Moran; Secretary, Ralph Compagno; Co- Treasurers, Edwin Doerries and Donald Oster; Historian, Andrew Thalheim; Ser- geant-at-Arms, Ray Olsen. The colors are Nile Green and White, and the flower is the White Carnation. 288 MEMBERS IN FACULTY: Peter Maihies Forrest E. Oakes, John Pizzano, Howard A. Russell, E. Garland Walls. FIT jL i DU MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: Weldon Buwe, Carl Carruth, Leonard Claret, Ralph Com- paqno, Francis Delorme, Edwin Doerries, Lucian Douglas, John Durrett, Edward Estes, Almon KIrkwood, Nathaniel Kniqht, Philip Krupp, Coleman Kuhn, James Legeai, George Lyons, Edwin Mayo, William Mc- Cord, Thomas Mcintosh, Lane Miller, Ar- mand Mlllon, Frank Moran, Ray Olsen, James O ' Nell, Donald Oster, Goodwin ' Rogerson, Wallace Schmltz, Harold Schu- mann, Troye Svendson, Douglas Taylor, Lar- ry Taylor, Andrew Thalheim, William Travis. TROYE SVENDSON President The Sigwna Chapter FIRST ROW: Bartlett, Berry, Bilbro, Boh, Buckner, Carpenter, Cochrane, Demouy. SECOND ROW: Dodd, Ellis, E«line. Follett. Gibert, Gillespie, Gillikin, Grantham. THIRD ROW: Green, Guice, Hauer, Hebert, Holbrook, Holloway, Horan, Howells. FOURTH ROW: Jackson, Lambright, Mann, McGrew, McWhorter, Melton, Murray, Newell, Nielson. FIFTH ROW: Palmer, Thonnas, Thompson, Treen, Watson, Wiegel, Wier, Willig, Yoder. Kappa Sigma was founded at the University of Virginia in 1869. The Signna chap- ter was established at Tulane in 1887. The officers are: Grand Master, Aynaud Hebert; Grand Procurator, John Mann; Grand Scribes, Claude Vallet and Leslie Ellis; Grand Treasurer, Edward Buckner; Grand Master of Ceremonies, James Gib- ert. The colors are Scarlet, White, and Green, and the flower is the Lily of the Valley. 290 MEMBERS IN FACULTY: Wiley R. Bu ffing- ton, Boni J. DeLaureal, Edmond L. Faust, Frederick H. Fox, Albert P. Kimball, Edward C. King, Forrest U. Lake, James J. Pollard, Paul T. Talbot. urn MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: Ronald Bart- lett, Fred Berry, William Bilbro, Roger Boh, Edward Buckner, Stanley Carpenter, Ira Carr, John Cochrane, Mac Cowart, Charles Dalton, Martin Demouy, Charles Dodd, Les- lie Ellis, Lobdell Exiine, Prescott Follett, James Gibert, Tharp Gillespie, Levi Gilli- kin, Robert Grantham, William Green, Charles Guice, FHerbert FHauer, Aynaud Hebert, Emmett hlolbrook, Pierre hHolloway, Leo FHoran, Norman FHowells, Joel Jackson, John Jelks, Robert Lambright, Fred Lowe, John Mann, Samuel McGrew, Andrew Mc- Whorter, Buster Melton, Sidney Murray, Paul Newell, Jack Nielson, Elton Palmer, Carl Schumacher, Eugene Thomas, John Thompson, John Treen, William Watson, Harry Wiegel, J. B. Wier, William Willig, Kenneth Voder. AYNAUD HEBERT President The JLauisianiB A lpha Chapter ROW: Armsfrong. Barr, Berry. Brown. Clark. SECOND ROW: Clarson. Coleman. Cooper. Coordes. Davison, DeWitt. THIRD ROW: Hoffman. Howard, Hughe!. Hutfon, Mudd. Scott. FOURTH ROW: Stephens. Stevens, Talllchet. Voris. Watters. Williams. Phi Delta The+a was founded at Miami University in 1848. The Louisiana Alpha chapter was established at Tulane in 1889. The officers are: President, Adair Wat- ters; Corresponding Secretary, Newell Berry; Recording Secretary, J. D. Kabler; Treasurer, Russell Scott; Historian, Melvin Stephens. The colors are Azure and Argent, and the flower is the White Carnation. 292 MEMBERS IN FACULTY: Charles W. Du- val, Rufus C. Harris, H. P. Johnson, Hilliard E. Miller, Alton Ochsner, Charles Rucker, Ambrose hi. Storck, J. R. Tench. • MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: Francis Arr - strong, John Barr, Newell Berry, Thomas Brown, Vance Bulloch, hienry Casey, Rob- erf Clark, Mason Clarson, Christopher Coleman, Philip Cooper, Donald Coordes, James Davison, Ward DeWitt, Charles hloffman, Frank hHoward, Beverly Hughes, Samerill Hutton, J. D. Kabler, James Mc- Eachern, Stanley McEwen, Warren McKay, Robert Mudd, Donald Myers, James Poy- ner, James Richardson, Harry Robinson, Russell Scott, Temple Stephens, Melvin Stevens, Julian Tallichet, Charles Voris, Adair Watters, Philip Vv ' hite, Lewis W - liams. ADAIR WATTERS President DU :ii r J m rr L 1 TIFT - 1 The 3Mu Chapter FIRST ROW: Allison, Alspach. Arthur, Baker, Bise, Browrson, Buerger. SECOND ROW: Chapman, DeBlanc, Dunavant, Fitipatrick, Glass, Hiller, Jarrell. THIRD ROW: Lorlo, Lorrain, Magee, Marchal, McMMIen, Merrill, Montgomery. FOURTH ROW: Munden, Nusloch, Odom, Olsen, Peck, Pendcrgrass, Plauche. FIFTH ROW: Plant, Schmitt, Schneider, Stockton, Taylor, Warren, Young. Phi Kappa Sigma was founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1850. Mu chap- ter was established at Tulane in 1858. The officers are: President, Harry J. Glass; First Vice-President, Robert Merrill; Second Vice-President, Paul Lorrain; Secretary, A. J. Schmitt; Treasurer, John Meeks. The colors are Black and Gold, and the flower is the Chrysanthemum. 294 MEMBERS IN FACULTY: Walter E. Bles- sey, Charles L. Brown, Arthur A. Caire, Jr., Andrew V. Friedrichs, Sam Hobson, Rich- ard R. Kirk, Clarence J. Morrow, Karlenn Riess, Claude Simons, Jr., Willard R. Wirth. D MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: William Alli- son, Bruce Alspach, Philip Alspach, Herman Anderson, David Arthur, Herbert Baker, John Bise, Bill Brownson, Claude Buerger, Frank Chapman, Paul DeBlanc, Clyde Doug- las, James Dunavant, Jerry Fitzpatrick, Har- ry Glass, Durell Hiller, Leo Ingram, Lee Jar- rell, Leo Johns, Clarence Lorio, Paul Lor- rain, Henry Magee, Lawrence Marchal, Charles McMillan, Frank McMillen, John Meeks, Robert Merrill, Terry Mitchell, Rus- sell Montgomery, Ebb Munden, George Nusloch, Louis Odom, Viggo Olsen, George Peck, John Pendergrass, Reuben Plant, James Plauche, Alphonse Schmitt, Peter Schneider, Charles Stockton, Philip Taylor, Kenneth Warren, James Young. HARRY GLASS President The Eia Chapter FIRST ROW: Barton, Batson, Baum. Beets. Bethca, Boese. H., Boese, R., Bond. SECOND ROW: Carpenter, Cookston. Fitzgerald, Hunter, Jensen, Killion. Kreutier, Lassiter. THIRD ROW: Lawler. Loveman, Manning. Matthews, McCaskey, McDonald. McGee. Michael, M. FOURTH ROW: Michael. W.. Miller, Molesworth. Murphy, Pfeilfer, Powell. W,. Randall, Randolph. FIFTH ROW: Reams. Robinson, A.. Robinson. K., Schnittker. Scott. Tally. Thompson. Wofford. Watkins. Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Virginia in 1868. The Eta chap- ter was established at Tulane in 1878. The officers are: President, Alan J. Robin- son; Vice-President, Henry Powell; Recording Secretary, Robert Thompson; Cor- responding Secretary, Paul Jensen; Treasurer, Marion McDonald. The colors are Garnet and Sold, and the flower is the Lily of the Valley. 296 MEMBERS IN FACULTY: Octave C. Cassegrain, William V. Holloway, Arden Howell, Stuart G. Noble, James M. Robert, Charles S. Williamson. • MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: Richard Allen, Robert Anderson, Jim Barnett, Alan Barton, Hiram Bat- son, John Batton, Julian Baum, John Bayles, Fran- cis Beets, William Bethea, Herman Boese, Richard Bond, James Booth, John Browning, Gilbert Carp- enter, R. P. Carreker, John Chamberlain, William Cookston, J. Corbitt, John Fitzgerald, Joe Fow- ler, Mario Gamboa, Martin Harthcock, Dee Hun- ter, Paul Jensen, Wayne Killion, Richard Kline, Robert Kreutzer, Benjamin Landreth, A. C. Lassi- ter, Jr., Paul Lawler, Charles Lay, David Loveman, John Lyon, John Mackenzie, W. B. Manning, Char- les Matthews, George McCaskey, Marlon Mc- Donald, David McGee, Max Michael, Walter Michael, Kenneth Miller, Jack Molesworth, Michael Murphy, Robert Myers, Coultas Pears, Willard Pfeiffer, Charles Powell, William Powell, Fay Ran- dall, E. P. Randolph, Dan Rawls, Bernard Reams, Alan Robinson, Kenneth Robinson, Mike Schnittker, Samuel Scott. Edgar Sharp, Jack Sloan, William Talley, R. G. Thompson, B. Tucker, David Yarn, Guyton Watkins, Thomas Wofford. ALAN ROBINSON President PI iffl m The Tau Upsilan ChtBpter FIRST ROW: Armstrong, Ball, Bell, Bryson. Closmann. Crowder. SECOND ROW: Diboll, Goode, HamiHon. Jacks, Johnson, Kimble. THIRD ROW: Lenfestey. Masque- lette, Muller, Pellerin, Roth, White. Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the University of Alabama in 1856. The Tau Upsilon chapter was established at Tulane in 1897. The officers are: President, William A. Kimble; Vice-President, Ernest A. Roth, Jr., Secretary, Louis J. Elliott; Treasurer, Philip Masquelette. The colors are Old Gold and Royal Purple, and the flower is the Violet. 298 MEMBERS IN FACULTY: Leslie J. Buchan, Donald Derickson, S. E. Englekirk, Gordon Johnson, Adair Lyons, Jolnn G. Pratt, Clay Walker. [Ll 1 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: Neil Arm- strong, Raymond Ball, Henry Bell, Rodney Browning, Robert Bryson, Harry Cabral, Philip Closmann, Rodney Crowder, Doug- las Diboll, Louis Elliott, Paul Goode, Cal Hadden, John Hamilton, Robert Jacks, Eu- gene Johnson, William Kimble, Henry Le- Mieux, Thomas Lenfestey, John Martin, Philip Masquelette, James Miller, Fred Mul- ler, Sidney Pate, Norvin Pellerin, Gordon Pierman, Charles Rodinger, Ernest Roth, Earl Spencer, Thomas Watts, John White. WILLIAM KIMBLE President The A.lpha Omicran Chapter FIRST ROW: Barker. Benjamin, Bone, Couch, Dews. Felts. Fromheri. Gibson. SECOND ROW: Green. Hazcn. Henger. Johnson. Jones, C, Jones, L., Jones, R., Kernah- gan. THIRD ROW: Leachman. Livaudais, Mann. Marshall. McCutchen. Moseley. Nixon. Patrick. FOURTH ROW: Patterson. Pierponf, Pyron, Rawls, Reid. Repass, Reynolds, Rodda. FIFTH ROW: Shaw, Short, Snodgrass, Stockton. Stravasnick, Van Kirk. Walker. Williams. Sigma Chi was founded at Miami University in 1855. The Alpha Omicron chapter was established at Tulane in 1886. The officers are: Consul, William Reynolds; Pro- Consul, Herbert Williams; Annotator, Harold Walker; Quaestor, Robert Pierpont; Tribune, Harold Patterson. The colors are Blue and Old Gold, and the flower is the White Rose. 300 MEMBERS IN FACULTY: S. Wood Brown, Guy Cardwell, Robert Farley, Paul Mcll- henny. 1 ii MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: Joe Allain, Gil Barker, Dan Beatty, James Benjamin, Donald Bone, Charles Bricker, Bob Couch, Jack Craig, Burns Dews, Nollie Felts, Tom Fromherz, William Gibson, Tom Green, Robyn hiardy, Alan hiazen, Gordon hlen- ger, Richard Johnson, Bob Jones, Curtis Jones, Lloyd Jones, Miles Kernahgan, George Leachman, Kenneth LeCroix, Mar- cel Livaudais, Alonzo Mann, Robert Mar- shall, John McCutchen, Bob Meyer, Pope Moseley, Bill Nixon, Bernard Patrick, Har- old Patterson, Bob Pierpont, Bill Pyron, Ray Rawls, Charles Reid, Bob Repass, Bill Rey- nolds, Dwight Rodda, Donald Shaw, Jack Short, Jack Snodgrass, Jim Stockton, Luke Stravasnick, William Van Kirk, hiarold Walk- er, William Watkins, hlerbert Williams. WILLIAM REYNOLDS President The SiffnBa Chapter FIRST ROW: Aronson, Bashlnski, Berenson, Bloch, Cohen, Cohn, Dreyfus, Fraenkel. SECOND ROW: Frank, Fried, Goldsmith, Good, Gordon, Heymann, Hirsch, Hofman. THIRD ROW: Kahn, C. N,, King, Levy, R., Levy, W., Rich, Rosenzweig, Silver, Sinnon, FOURTH ROW: Stern, Strauss, H., Strauss, J., Threefoot, H., Thrcefoot, S., Turner, Weinstein, Wormser. Zefa Beta Tau was founded at Jewish Theological Seminary in 1898. The Sigma chapter was established at Tulane in 1909. The officers are: President, Charles N. Kahn; Vice-President, Henry Simon; Secretary, William Gordon; Treasurer, Louis Good. The colors are Blue, White, and Gold, and the flower is the White Rose. 302 MEMBER IN FACULTY: Melvin D. Steiner. • MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY: Leonard Aron- son, Ben Bashinski, Gerald Berenson, fed Bloch, Lawrence Cohen, Sidney Cohn, Sey- mour Dreyfus, Albert Fraenkel, Gordon Frank, Phillip Frank, David Fried, Robert Goldsmith, Louis Good, William Gordon, Eugene Hesdorffer, Leo Heymann, Joseph Hirsch, Eddie Hofman, Bernard Jacobs, Charles J. Kahn, Charles N. Kahn, Joseph King, Jack Kleban, Richard Levy, Walter Levy, Mart Millman, Jack Rich, Sidney Ros- enbaum, William Rosenthal, Joe Rosenz- weig. Jay L. Rubin, Abe Silver, Henry Simon, Bernard Solomon, hiarry Solomon, Herbert Stern, Howard Strauss, John Strauss, Henry Threefoot, Sam Threefoot, Ralph Turner, Max Weinstein, Gerald Wormser. CHARLES KAHN President ZEII FT i J.. I m Delta Tau Delta was founded at Bethany College in 1859. The Beta Xi Chapter was established at Tulane in 1 889. The officers are: President, Richard Keiser; Vice-President, Allan Querens; Corresponding Secretary, Preston Mottram; Recording Secre- tary, William Fraering; Treasurer, John W. Roberts. The colors are Purple, White, and Gold, and the flower is the Iris. h r i 1 Kii i RICHARD KEISER President FIRST ROW: Barr, Baumer. Beecherl, Dabdoub. SECOND ROW: Duffin, Finnegan, Fraering. Gourley, Ivins. THIRD ROW: Keiser. Moomaw, Mottram. Tufts, Vanek. NOT IN PANEL: Garth, McClure, Querens, Roberts, Sowards, Tasewell, Tremont. bili Vi k The Beta Xi Chapter r J rr rr LI HI FIT jL.. 304 liFPHlPIl T h f P s i Chapter FIRST ROW: AHord, Baus, Bcatrous. Brannan, Cauble. Ecuyer. SECOND ROW: Eshleman, Faust, Finley, Grchan, H., Grehan, R., Guice. THIRD ROW: Kampakls, McCord, Meador, Overstreet, Palfrey, Parker. FOURTH ROW: Pou, Pratt, Senter, Shows, Suthon, Taylor, Waquespack. NOT IN PANEL: Abbot, Brock, Low, Morris, Sevier, Stahl, Stephens, Stulb, Williams. WILLIAM McCORD President Kappa Alpha was founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865. The Psi Chapter was established at Tulane in 1886. The officers are: Number One, William P. McCord; Number Two, Blanc A. Parker; Number Three, Poche Waguespack; Number Four, Leonard Finley; Number Five, Charles Eshleman; Number Six, William Beatrous. The colors are Crimson and Old Gold, and the flowers are the Magnolia and Red Rose. Kappa Nu was founded at the University of Rochester in 1911. The Sigma Chapter was established at Tulane in 1922. The offi- cers are: President, Stanley Bressler; Secretary, Fred Rabiner; Treasurer, Ralph Slovenko. The colors are Blue and White. STANLEY BRESSLER President fIRST ROW: Bressler, Carp, Dinhofer, Kook. Kushner. SECOND ROW: Leonard. Meisel, Moskowitz, Orloff, Padwa. THIRD ROW: Slovenko, Sokolsky, Tolmas, Turkish, Welsler. NOT IN PANEL: Flnklestein, Gansar, Goldman, Rabiner, Troum. The S i g m tt Chapter lUPlii 306 DU Tl i IIPBI Th tfelta C h tB p i e r FIRST ROW: AdoKo Arrocha. Alberto Ayes de Bram. Mtquel Deiuk. SECOND ROW: Fernando Elizondo. Alvaro Fonseca. Tomas Sosa. NOT IN PANEL: Juan Acevedo, Rafael Canton, Roberto Cuevas, Luis Davila, Karl Lairtus, Waldo Rodriguez. ALVARO FONSECA President ■A Phi lota Alpha was founded in 1904 at Louisiana State University. The Delta Chapter was established at Tulane in 1932. The officers are: Alvaro Fonseca, president; Juan Acevedo, vice-president; Alberto Ayes de Bram, secretary; and Fernando Elizondo, treas- urer. The colors are Blue, Red and Gold; the flower is the Red Carnation. Sigma Alpha Mu was founded at the College of the City of New York in 1909. The Sigma Gamma Chapter was established at Tulane in 1920. The officers are: President, Andre Zilbermann; Secretary, Harold Rockaway; Treasurer, Alvin Lassen. The colors are Purple and White, and the flower is the Lily. ANDRE ZILBERMANN President FIRST ROW: Cohen, Dravin. Hecker. Modes. SECOND ROW: Karchmer. Klenburg. Lassen, Pulitzer, Rockaway. THIRD ROW: Schneider, C, Schneider, I.. Zilbermann, Zoller. NOT IN PANEL; Ginsburg, May. tvleyerson, tvlintz, Pesses, Pivnik, Rapperport, Robbins, Schonbrum, Weiss. J. The Sigwn€B GiMwnwna ChtMpier 308 PI I 1 T h e O wn i c r n n Chapter FIRST ROW: Baltazor, Bourgeois, Crews, Landrien. Le Beuf. SECOND ROW: McCurley, Meyer, Phillips, Pisl e, Schwarz. NOT IN PANEL: Higgins, Stevenson, Wedig. RICHARD PISKE Presidenf Sigma Pi was founded at Vincennes University in 1897. The Omicron Chapter was established at Tulane in 1919. The officers are President, Richard Piske; Vice-President, Albert Baltazor; Secretary, John Francis Meyer; Treasurer, Harold Wedig. The colors are Purple and Silver, and the flowers are the Lavender Orchid, Lilac, and the White Rose. In tppreciaii€tn . . . • As the pages of this fiftieth JAMBALAYA go to press we feel that we have completed a pleasant task. That our efforts may be comparable with the fine work of the JAMBALAYA staffs of the last half century is our sincere hope. It has been our aim to incorporate in this volume Tulane as it is today, and to sug- gest the accomplishments and progress of the years spanned by the annual publication of the year book. To mention by name all those to whom we are indebted for the success of this Jubilee JAMBA- LAYA is impossible. We are grateful to that first staff which began the JAMBALAYA and to all the other staffs who have continued their efforts by presenting an annual record of each successive year. We thank all those who have in any way contributed to the production of this fiftieth volume, and hope that we have succeeded in bringing together a description of the year which will evoke happy memories in the years to come. m mag A di ertisewtuen is •: • %ZZz MoMJct $le«i lib a at a DINKIER HOTEL Since the average person spends about a third of his life in bed, we pay particular attention at Dinkier Hotels to the selection of comfortable beds and mattresses. You ' ll appreciate our efforts the next time you visit one of these hospitable hotels. n ATLANTA r »e An%h n BIRMINGHAM The Tufwiler n MONTGOMERY. TAe Jefferson Davis n MOBILE The Baffle House n NEW ORLEANS The Sf. Charles n SAVANNAH The Savannah n NASHVILLE The Andrew Jackson n GREENSBORO The O. 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We know . . . we ' ve installed a new 40,000 horsepower unit ordered early in 1941 ... a $2,860,000 addition, together with the other heavy equipment and facilities necessary for its operation. In this business being ahead of time stood us in good stead when war came. Every call from war Industries and the military forces has been met promptly and In full, without inconvenience to another single cus- tomer. It ' s a record we ' re proud of — one we hope always to maintain. We ' re glad we COULD plan and build ahead — that this Is a country where men can use their brains and time and money to anticipate the future. Let ' s keep it that way! neui oRLEflns Public Service SHReUEPORT EnGRRumc COmPRRV SHREVEPnRT, LOUISIANA ZJkls i5ooh id in a dSound KIRGS KRAFT COUER S. o H • » THIS BOOK D E S I C n E D A n D P 2_ cmsun n T E D By ■ p R 1 n T 1 n G c m p A n Y n A S H V 1 LLE o o (D 1 ■■ ' - " ■« ' ' - ' » ' - ' wi= i ' firii . 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Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 1

1944

Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA) online yearbook collection, 1946 Edition, Page 1

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Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA) online yearbook collection, 1947 Edition, Page 1

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Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 1

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