Tulane University - Jambalaya Yearbook (New Orleans, LA)

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J, t 1 ' 2 j(PLJm JbLJxJU7L-fJ 4K 217.111 ' ' «,•.■.: HARRIS D. COPENHAVER, JR., Co-Editor CARL SCHUMACHER, JR., Co-Editor THOMAS L. WILLIAMS, Business Manager PUBLISHED A N N U ALLY BY T H E STUDENTS OF TULANE UNIVERSITY OF NEWORLEANS. LA. jCjanAFOJien-ca- SEPTEMBER Sept. 15, 16, 17 — Registration — final total 6,566 — less veterans, but still a good crowd . . . Sept. 20— HULLABALOO, under the Editor- ship of Phil Harsham was given All-Annerican rating for the second straight year . . . Sept. 24 Campus Night show one of the best in years — Orchids to " Footsie " Holbrook, 1948-49 Chairman . . . Sept. 25 — Sreenies open football season with ' Bama and win in a thriller, 21-14 . . . Sept. 27 — Students begin asking about 1947-48 Jambs — referred to Steve Ellis . . . Sept. 28 — Publications Board selects Tom L. Williams as Business Manager for this Yearbook . . . :SS?r ' 1 ' -iou?L Lr r n r y% t %tt o n r p prr nnn ir je- L OCTOBER Oct- 2 — Green Wave [ourneys to Atlanta, plays conservative ball, and drops a heart-breaker to Ga. Tech, 13-7 .. . Oct. 3 — Begin taking photos for Jambs — not many show up the first week . . . Oct. 5 — Ed Martin, former Jamb Editor, appointed Editor of the Tulanian . . . Oct. 9 — In a game marred by " beaucoup penalties " Tulane downed South Carolina, 14-0 — should have been more . . . Oct. 16 — The Green Wave, playing inspired ball, defeat a favored " Ole Miss- Barney Poole " team 20-7 . . . Oct. 18 — ' 48 Jambs arrive — Copenhaver and Schumacher begin distribution . . . Oct. 18 — The TUT-Little Theatre present their first performance of year — J. B. Priestley ' s " An Inspector Calls " — not up to par . . . Oct. 21— Senator Glen Taylor speaks at Mc- Alister and actually garners a few votes . . . Oct. 23 — Tulane defeats Auburn unimpressively, 21- 6 — George Kinek is only bright spot of game . . . Oct. 25 — Homecoming Festivities start off with Radio Jamboree program . . . Oct. 27 — Dixiecrats put W. H. " Little Eva " Talbot and John U. Barr on stand to explain States Rights to the students . . . Oct. 28 — " The Mikado " opens at Dixon Hall and proves to be highly entertaining . . . Oct. 29 — Students stage big " Pep Rally " and " Shirtail Parade " downtown on eve of Homecoming football game . . . Oct. 30 — Greenies down Miss. State, 9-0, in a tight defensive battle — Kinek and Price shine — Kotteman blocks kick — Violet Whitehead is prettiest Homecoming Queen in years — Homecoming dance, under direction of Lagniappes and Bill Weil, and featuring music of Henry King, is also a big success — a good time is had by all in one of the biggest homecoming in years. NOVEMBER Nov. I — " Who ' s Who " chooses 28 students from Tulane . . . Nov. 2 — Dewey wins in Tulane Mock Election — Truman a poor third just a few votes ahead of Wallace — just goes to show you . . . Nov. 5 — Canterbury Club has a " levee party " — a religious organ- ization at that !!!... Nov. 6 — Green Wave, with Price making his bid for All American, rolls over V.M.I., 28-7 . . . Nov. 9 — Fraternities argue " pro and con " of Pan-Hel touch football and arrive at no agreement . . . Nov. 10 — Warren House defeats Doris Hall by one penetration — the gals seem to be catching on to football, but fast . . . Nov. 13 — Green Wave crushes Baylor, 35-13 — all Bowls take note . . . Nov. 13 — Kappa Sigma has first gala fraternity formal of year . . . Nov. 14 — Dekes celebrate 50th year on Tulane campus . . . Nov. 15 — Audience very receptive to TUT ' s second amusing production, " The Merchant of Yonkers " . . . Nov. 19 — " Kampus Karnival " for University Chest Drive is huge success — hats off to Torrie Jones, Chairman . . . Nov. 19 — Chi Omega Formal . . . Nov. 20 — Football team goes to Cincinnati, and squeezes by the U. of Cincinnati, 6-0 . . . Sigma Alpha Mu has annual Orchid Formal . . . Nov. 27 — Green Wave, playing like National Champs, down L.S.U. 46-0 and wait for Bowl bid, which is never received — students howl in protest. DECEMBER Dec. 3 — Pi Kappa Alpha has its Dreamgirl Formal and crowns Fran Dalton this year ' s Dreamgirl . . . Dec. 4 — Tulane downs Texas in a fast basketball game — still undefeated . . . Dec. 5 — Phi Delta Phi, honorary legal fraternity, taps 45 and honors same with a A ' r I Ul W M ' i- -L ' ' " . ' ' •?W .w J-6. Itk banquet . . . Dec. 8 — Senator Fulbright speaks on stopping Communism . . . Dec. 9 — Festival choir pre- sents Handel ' s " Messiah " — huge success . . . Dec. 10 — Delta Tau Delta Formal . . . Dec. I I — Kappa Alpha Formal . . . Dec. 14 — Xmas holidays begin . . . Dec. 14 — (At night of course ) Alpha Tau Omega formal . . . JANUARY Jan. 6 — School resumes . . . Jan. 7 — Phi Mu Formal . . . Jan. 10 — Mansour and Pennington win out in Moot Court finals . . . Jan. 14 — " The Gondoliers " , put on by Tulane-Newcomb Choral Groups, opens and " goes over big " . . . Jan. 14 — Greenies trounce L.S.U. 71-51 — Perkins stars, as usual . . . Jan. 15 — Frank Bell, Jr. elected President of A. P.O., national service frater- nity . . . Jan. 17 — Thomas C. Wicker, Jr. elected Editor-in-chief of the Tulane Law Review . . . Jan. 20 — Exams begin — oh joy !!!... Jan 21 — Publications % M ' f J 4 4 " -i I ' . J 1 4i ' ; ' « -.! ' ' JC ' -LQ-H — jfo o Th j a JUi — iM-n-d ni-fi rh _ i Mh ' H U i " t " Board names Pat McCauley and Paul Newman, Co-Editors, and Thomas McBride, Business Manager of the Hullabaloo for the rest of the school year . . . Jan. 29 — College of Commerce holds only mid-term graduation exercises for 62 Graduates . . . FEBRUARY Feb. 2, 3— Registration for 2nd " go-round " . . . Feb. A — Phi Delta Theta formal at Country Club is gala affair . . . Feb. 5— Stu- dents enjoy " Spike " Jones and his " City Slickers " at McAlister . . . Feb. 6— Frnka named S.E.C. Coach of the Year . . . Feb. 10— Archibald Mac Leish, outstanding statesman and poet, speaks on " The Nature of the World Crisis " . . . Feb. I I— Basketball team winds up 3rd perfect season on home court by downing Ole Miss, 74-34 . . . Feb. I I— Delta Sigma Phi Formal . . . Feb. 12— Alpha Epsilon Phi Formal . . . Feb. 1 3— Greenbackers honors basketball team . . . Feb. 14 — A.P.O. takes in 10 new members . . . Feb. 16 —Dr. Harvey Lee Marcoux died of heart attack at age of 50 . . .Feb. 18— Phi Kappa Sigma Formal . . . Feb. 19— Air R.O.T.C. Military Ball . . . Feb. 23— Martha Graham (Miss Hush ) comes to campus . . . Feb. 19— Anita Yancey elected President of the ■■ of mighty Kentucky. . . March 7 — Natalie Reeling elected President of Newcomb Honor Board . . . March 8 — Edmund Reggie, Senior Law Student, reads a Detective magazine and discovers that the janitor in Law School is a " Wanted Murderer — gets $100.00 re- ward and a lot of good publicity . . . March 10 — Regionnal Social Science Conference, sponsored by the Tulane Graduate School, be- gins . . . March 10 — Spring Choral concert — enjoyed by all . . . March I I — Helen Hayes tells Tulane Thesbians to let Broadway come to them . . . March I I (night) — Beta Sigma Omicron has a formal — Greenbackers has a square dance — Phi Kappa Sigmas board Presi- dent for boat party . . . March 16 — Newcomb Swimming Club (Barracudas) presents their annual water pageant — Vivian Van S! :-. - SM - Newcomb Student Body, under new petition system, suc- ceeding Bea Rault . . . Feb. 24 — Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, national honorary political science fraternity, is instituted on campus . . . Feb. 25 — Tulane and L.S.U. tie up in basketball again — we win again, 72-45, and in Baton Rouge . . . Feb. 26 — Bill Dudley, Engineering freshman and Olympic swim star is voted outstanding Southern Athlete of 1948 . . . Feb. 27 — Tulane debaters (Glendy Burke sponsored) win second place in Azalea Debate Tourney . . . MARCH March 1 — Mardi Gras — enough said . . . March 2 — Theta Nu, honorary Journalism fraternity, elects 26 — March 3 — Alpha Omega Alpha, honorary Med School fraternity, selects nine . . . March 4 — Kappa Kappa Gamma formal . . . March 5 — Tulane basketballers gain finals in S.E.C. Tournament with straight victories over Alabama, Georgia, and L.S.U. , only to go down in defeat 68-52 at the hands J ULAJ J tZJo-oJUl LI jd--JCJ JllAtj1 % Bever, President, deserves a line for a job well done . . . March 17 — Warren Mix urges Student Council action on his Loan Fund plan . . . March 18 — Fraternity Skit Nite — Delta Sigma Phi wins with ZBT a close second . . . March 19 — Football clinic and intra- squad ganne — Greens win 7-2 — Bonar and Kotteman shine . . . March 19 — Sigma Chi Formal — Mary Kay Hickey is a lovely 1949 Sweetheart . . . March 21 — Robert L. Cox elected President of Greenbackers . . . March 22 — " Pyramid Clubs " are " rage " for 2 weeks, then die out as did " Chain Letters " . . . March 25 — Kappa Alpha Theta Formal . . . March 26 — Betas, Sigma Chis, and Phi Delts get together for annual Miami Triad dance . . . March 30 — Sorority Skit Nite — AEPhis take down top honors . . . APRIL April I— (April Fool ' s Day)— AOPi Formal that night . . . April 2 — Pan-Hellenic Champagne Party and jx J,JJlhit- A In c (J j JmX Formal . . . April 4-9 — Elections hold interest on campus — Conino, Saucier, Hay- good, Roussel, Mix, Yancey, Viosca, and Davis appear to be next year ' s Student Council . . . April 5 — Roland J. Sternfels elected Speaker of Glendy Burke . . . April 6 — Bill Jenkins elected President of Theta Nu . . . April 8 — A S Dance; Delta Zeta Formal; and Nu Sigma Nu Formal . . . April 9 — Greenies ' Baseball nine plays better ball and downs Springhill, 12-4 . . . April 9 — ZTA and ZBT have formal . . . April I I — Tulane joins rest of the world in prayer for Kathy Fiscus . . . April 13-18 — Easter holidays — beaucoup house parties . . . April — Sam Parker, Jr. voted " Ugliest Man " on campus . . . April 20 — C. Stocker Fontelieu gets outstanding Thea- ter student award . . . April 21 — Pi Beta Phi Formal . . . April 22 — Barristers have another Brawl — Delta Sigma Phi has a " Sailor Party " . . . April 23 — Baseball team wins double-header from Ole Miss — Tennis Team, paced by Tuero, also wins again . . . April 29 — Campus Night, a hit again — Copenhaver introduces Jamb Beauties — Commerce Dance — Alpha Delta Pi Formal . . . April 30 — Kappa Nu Formal — Sigma Pi Formal — Phi Delta Theta South Sea Island party . . . IXjq jOjtuz aiTii d jejruLZa a The events of the year 1948-49 have made a little clearer and a little sharper the issues and the unsolved problems confronting the world today. The Class of 1949 has come now to the time when these issues and problems are theirs to meet. Society will not expect you to be master of all knowledge nor to have at hand neat answers for all the problems. The store of knowledge today is so great that no single mind can comprehend any substantial part of it, and the tempo of change in conditions is so fast that the nature of specific problems is altered while we study them. What society will expect is that you be equipped with a store of significant knowledge by which you will be able to see clearly the nature of the facts in a given situation and the bear- ing each fact has on the problem at hand. You should know how to put these facts together into a meaningful pattern which will suggest a solution to be considered. You must be dis- posed intellectually to check your solution back against the facts and forward against the possibility of an even better one. You should have a deep sense of what is good and decent, and live by such values. Because you have been afforded university advantages, there is expected of you a return in more generous portions than of others. This yearbook will bring back memories of these extraordinary days. But the clock can never be turned back. When you return to the campus Tulane will be living with a new generation, studying new problems, and meeting new needs. So it has been for over a hundred years, and so it must ever be if Tulane is to be useful. I hope that as alumni you will look courageously and hopefully toward the future. Your Alma Mater does so steadily. RUFUS CARROLLTON HARRIS EUtorbe. PinilEI! liEIlS COMMERCE BUILDING, THE NEW AND THE OLD DEAN PAUL BROSMAN Law DEAN T. T. EARLE University Colleqe DEAN MAX lAPHAM Medicine DEAN ROGER McCUTCHEON Graduate UPTOWN MEDICAL SCHOOL DEAN L J. BUCHAN Commerce DEAN FRED COLE Arts and Sciences DEAN JAMES M. ROBERT Engineering DEAN LOGAN WILSON Newcomb DEAN ANNA MANY Newcomb Dean of Women DEAN ELIZABETH WISNER Social Work H VJV re W-. 1 t :ff. N3 SJ ' m ifA ' V- jr ■I l i -Hl- ' Uti W ' J ' ' ' ■ ' •:; •J? ?10 : ' ■THE EXTRAS OF SCHOOL THAT FORM 18 nri " i irii " i PA SUCH AN INTEGRAL PART OF OUR LIFE A. WATSON CHAPMAN ! n 1 nil IS s I M n 1 fli The Tulane Alumni Association is composed of all graduates and former students of the University. The officers are housed in the Student Center Building on the campus. Records are kept on the activities of all alumni and efforts are made at all times to keep in contact with the former students. One means of achieving this is through the medium of the TULANIAN, alumni publica- tion which contains news of the University and of alumni. This magazine is sent free of charge to all graduates and former students for whom the office has correct mailing addresses. A representative from the Association welcome each A Radio Jamboree officially opens Homecoming each year Professor Henri Wehrmann and the " Boys " at a Glee Club Reunion Guests at the 1923 Medical Class Reunion Dinner: Dr. C. C. Bass, Mrs. Bass, and Dr. Rudolph Matas graduating class at Commencement. Active local alumni clubs have been organized in many parts of the United States and elsewhere. Each year the alumni sponsor Homecoming, a celebra- tion which brings many grads back to the campus for reunions and other activities. On May tenth, the birth- date of Paul Tulane, alumni meetings are held throughout the country and a memorial services is held in Princeton, New Jersey. The Third Annual Tulane Alumni Fund has been con- ducted by Class Agents and other representatives of the Association. The Fund has grown each year and is now of real benefit to the University ' s financial program. Class Agent Joe McCarron goes over fhe Fund report with his coordinator. Clayton Nairne and Fund Chairman Dick Baumbach The 1948 Homeconning Court OFFICERS A. WATSON CHAPMAN President CLAYTON L. NAIRNE First Vice-President GERALD L. ANDRUS Second Vice-President HARRY P. GAMBLE. JR Third Vice-President SHELBY FR1EDRICH5 . . . r Secretary A. BROWN MOORE Treasurer BEATRICE M. FIELD Director of Alumni Activities EDMUND B. MARTIN, JR Editor, The TULANIAN Arts and Sciences: Edvy-ard W. Owen, Jr., Bernard D. Mintz, George D. Tessier: Commerce and Business Administration: R. Lynn Colomb, J. B. Sanford, Jr., Clarence Bonnett; Engineering: Ralph H. Mann, Albert Fransen, Roy R. Bastian; Graduate: Lane C. Kendall, Janet Wallace Yancey, Harry R. Cabral; Law: Arthur C. Watson, Murray Cleveland, Noland C. Kammer: Medicine: Vance M. Strange, Ambrose Storck, Joseph S. D ' Antoni; Newcomb: Elsa Taylor, Angela Gregory, Carlotta Gillis; Social Work: Rose Hill, Dorothy Schenthal, Henry M. Rightor; Representatives At Large: Gordon F. Wilson, Charles Kohlmsyer, Jr., Angela Devlin, Raymond F. Salmen. BEA FIELD, Director of Alumni Activities HARRIS D. COPENHAVER, JR., Co-Editor CARL J. SCHUMACHER, JR., Co-Editor ! H E 19 49 This year was novel as far as the Jambalaya was concerned in that we had to sell it. Selling at $3.00 per copy we finally ended up selling Jambs to around 2,300 suckers, I mean students, which by other college standards wasn ' t bad at all. However the sale of it was not our only trouble. It seems as if when the photographer was there the students weren ' t and vice versa. As a consequence we did not finish taking pictures until February, 1949 (long after the intended deadline). Our biggest other trouble was, like all Yearbook Editors before us, procrastination in letting work pile up on us so that in March and April we really had to " hustle " to get the book out. We were fortunate to have a very wonderful staff to work with and feel that much of the credit for this book should go to them. We point with pride to our Features Section, especially the 4-color Beauty Section; the Sports Section; and the Snapshot Section. Also we are glad to have the undergraduate social fraternities back with us after a year ' s absence. No Caption is that funny J 1 II I H n 1 . . . Terry De Jaive and Kay Temple " hustled " in sale of Jambs EDITORIAL STAFF HARRIS COPENHAVER, JR Co-Editor CARL J. SCHUMACHER, JR Co-Editor WALTER SPENCE Associate Editor DORA MARTIN (Newcomb Editor) Associate Editor ANTHONY ORTEGA Associate Editor TORRIE JONES Organization Manager BOBBIE BLUM Newcomb Organizations JACK TURNER Fraternities FRANCES KENTNER Sororities JACK WEINMANN Features DABNEY EWIN Medical School Editor RUDY EASON Sports Editor REPORTERS Anne McAskill Barbara Cherry Carolyn Klein Lanier Allingham Jane Marriott Andrea Livaudais Louis J. Vergne George Adomitis Mary Finley TYPISTS Jeanne Fernandez Betty Ellis THOMAS L WILLIAMS Business Manager HE JSiBlini The business staff of the 1949 Jambalaya, with super-salesmen Mix, Kline, McLeod, and Stich, brought in more income from advertising than any previous Jambalaya staff. The office force worked very efficiently, and the entire business staff gained much valuable experience. BUSINESS STAFF THOMAS L. WILLIAMS Business Manager WARREN MIX Asst. Business Manager KEN McLEOD Assistant Warren Mix, Ja ckie Silin, and friends of the Jambalaya 24 " Obviously posed — but aren ' t they all? " CARL KLINE Assistant LOUIS VERGNE ' Assistant JOSEPH CONINO Assistant PAUL DASTUGUE : Assistant RICHARD JONES Assistant FRANK STICH Assistant PAUL MIELLEY Assistant JACQUE SILIN Assistant BETTY JEAN ROSEN Assistant CAROL HIRSCH Assistant MARY GILCHRIST Assistant WALTER SPENCE DORA MARTIN Associate Editor Newcomb Editor W " I. ' _ .. , ___ ' 55 " Dora and Annie giving out ' 48 Jambs — also part of our job " ANTHONY ORTEGA Associate Editor RUDY EASON Sports Editor Warren and Jackie in act again 25 n e i 1 11 i I A L g It was almost old home week when the Hulla- baloo staff reassembled last September. With some exceptions, last years ' crew came thru the summer unscathed and returned to wreak fur- ther journalistic mayhem. Gone but not forgotten were columnist VIC GOLD, cartoonist JIM BLITChI, copy editor DALE SOLOMON and feature editor DIANE FARRELL. Most of the faces were familiar though. PHIL HARSHAM was still around, be- ing a very capable editor while knocking out magazine articles on the side and ROSEMARY CARNES continued to focus the social lights. BILL JENKINS and ED ASHWORTH were still PAUL NEWMAN and PAT McCAULEY Co-Editors LARRY HENNESSY Business Manager on the job though under new labels, Ed took over Bill ' s job of news editor while Bill moved up to the position of Associate Editor along with new- comer PAT MACULEY from Alexandria, La. Singer LARRY HENNESSEY went right on mak- ing like an efficient business manager, aided and abetted by crony TOM McBRIDE. Another familiar face was GEORGE ADOMITIS who re- placed HANK THREEFOOT as head of the sports department. AL PERRY and JOHN GLEASON rounded out the sports staff. Replacing the glittering Gold as column- writer was small-voice-but-big-words ARTHUR BARRON while GEORGE NELSON and TOM- II 19 49 MY BEALE took up where BLITCH left off in the cartoon department, hlulla office scenery took a turn for the worse in the form of male replace- ments for Dale and Diane, to wit, PAUL NEW- MAN and CHARLES RAMOND, copy and fea- ture editors respectively. LEO COCO assisted Paul at the copy desk, while MARY DURLAND SAPP helped Rosie Carnes sift the social dirt. MARY LOU MOSSY (she of wampus-cat fame) wrote theatre reviews and CLINT EFFINGER handled news from the veteran ' s standpoint. Supplementing the staff were editorial as- sistant RALPH POOLE, FORRETT RAU, ROSIE GARCIA, BUDDY RODRIGUE and JOHN BAKER. As circulation manager, FRANCIS John Gleason and Rosemary Carnes — two Hulla standouts PLOUGH made sure the papers got to their readers, with the help of JANET SCHARFF and JANE LEVY. LEON C. SOULE was business assistant. BUSINESS STAFF LARRY HENNESSEY Business Manager TOM McBRIDE Assistant Business Manager FRANCIS A. PLOUGH Circulation Manager LEON SOULE Business Assistant JANET SCHARFF Circulation Assistant JANE LEVY Circulation Assistant Who says everybody in the Hullabaloo office reads the Hullabaloo? u liiiiE liiinsiii C. STOCKER FONTELIEU President DR. MONROE LIPPMAN Head of the Deparfment of Theater and Speech Executive Director of the New Orleans Little Theater LEO S. LAVANDERO Professor of Theater and Speech and Associate Director of the New Orleans Little Theater ETHEL BRETT Teachers in the Department of Theater and Speech GEORGE HENDRICKSON Technical Directors of the New Orleans Little Theater And she go t married a weelt later You did it, you scoundrel, says Inspector Mullin B fjHll B t, ' i W 1 K ' iHP Bi i " . 1 1 : jfc ' " ' - i fe.. ..JP 1 • I 1 . j f Am 1 1 m r i mmWi 1 nayv. S m iSfllK BS I r l ' tQ fl H j; L4 1 f w mm r V fe-K ■« «i 1 1 n n B S+ocker and the Monk Which face is yours, Lot+ie? This was the second year that TUT has worked in association with the New Orleans Little Theater, an arrangement that has attracted nationwide attention. From October through June a play was produced each month at the Little Theater. Thornton Wilder ' s " The Mer- chant of Yonkers " was one of the two brought to Dixon Hall for campus performances. " Me- morial " by Allen White, a local playwright, was given its world premiere. Among the other productions were " The Petrified Forest " , " The Glass Menagerie " , and " The Barretts of Wim- pole Street " . It ' s a plane, it ' s a bird, it ' s Mighty Mouse That ' s Hendrickson with the script JACK HALLORAN Drum Major The Tulane University Band draws ifs membership from the men students in all of the schools of the University. This year the Band performed at all the home football games during the season and was on hand in Baton Rouge to cheer our victory. The annual spring concert was held in McAlister Auditorium. null OFFICERS JOHN J. MORRISSEY Director HARRY MENDELSON, JR President FORTUNE MANNING . . . . " First Vice-President RAY MARTINEZ , Second Vice-President MORTON MADOFF Secretary-Treasurer JOSEPH STOCKWELL Librarian MARVIN GLUCKSTERN Assistant Librarian GEORGE BOILEAU Technical Director ROY GRUBB Assistant Technical Director JACK HALLARON Drum Major EUGENE WALLACE, JR Assistant Drum Major BAND MEMBERS Charles Alfaro LeRoy Allain Edward Baget Paul Blau Walter Blomeley George Bolleau Phillip Bookman Charles Buddecke Joseph Campbell Nesbit Colfharp Theodore Demuth John Ferris Lionel Flo+te Leon Gabaeff Donald Gallant Lyie Garrifty That ' s Morrissey with his back to us I A i James Guyfon Francis Suinle Roy Grubb Marvin Gluckstern Jack Hallaron Richard Hart Stanford Herron William Hess Gus HIrsch George Hunt Robert Irving Norman Katz Dewey Keen Richard Kellogg Robert Latina Harold Levey, Jr. Joel Leyner Donald Mackenroth Morton Madoff Mac Campbell Mallovy Fortune Mannlno Fred Mannlno Fred Martinez David Masur Benjamin McBeth Harry Mendel son, Jr. M. Ben Ossi Gerome Palazzoio Norwood Preto Sherman Raphael Donald Scherer L. T. Scherer, Jr. George Schroeder. Jr. Harold Smelson Robert Smith Frank Smith For the benefit of the unknowing, this spells wave Melvin Steger Joseph Stockweil Harold Tennenbaum Robert Thompson Herbert Thurber M. Kenneth Trahant Ralph Turner Charles White, Jr. Fernaud Wllloz, 3rd. John Wittmann, Jr. James Wynne Porter Warren Lynn Wooten Band and festival choir In sing session kh ' k- } - ' i. Ji M V %, - 1 ) ,. 4 i i irvfnriiniinwirrrirrii rfjMmx. _ For better student government lltJiE SliDEII (liidt MEMBERS FLOYD LEWIS, President Law NEVILLE CULL Graduate JACK TERRY, Vice-President ..:;... Medicine GERALD ROACH Commerce BEA RAULT, Secretary . Newcomb JIM SAYES (1st Semester) Social Work CY COURTNEY Arts Sciences RAYFORD ROGERS (2nd Semester) Social Work BILL WEIDNER Engineering The Student Council is the highest governing body of the Associated Students of Tulane University. It is composed of the presidents of the student bodies of each of the eight colleges of the University. The of- ficers of the Council itself are chosen by an electoral college which is made up of members elected by their respective colleges. The Council is vested with the government and super- vision of the student body and all the activities thereof. Administration of the University Student Fund is one of the major duties of the Council, along with general supervision of all student elections and providing for the election of university cheerleaders. All organizations must be approved by the Council before they can be- come official activities on the campus. Courtney, Cull, Lewis, Roach, Terry, Weidner 32 I N AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities is an organization dedicated to the recognition of outstand- ing qualities of leadership, displayed by individual college students. Members are chosen on the basis of participation in Student Activities. MEMBERS Suzanne Alcus Fred Barry Virginia Colebeck Joseph Conino Harris Copenhaver, Cy Courtney Neville Cull Emile De Armas Ed Deramee, Jr. Eustace Edwards Dabney Ewin Myrna Feinberg Richard Field Stocker Fontelieu Joan Glllis Philip hlarsham Emmett Holbrook Joyce Johnson Alton Landry Robert Longmlre Jeannine McGee Alfred Mills Hazel Muller Betty Oehmlg Guy Olivier Noel Parmental Robert Parsons George Plunkstt Gerald Roach Carl Schumacher, Jr, Norma Strafz John Terry Charles Thompson Cara E. Turner Vv ' illiam Weldner John Weinman Thomas Williams Andrew Wohlert Anita Yancey First Row: Suzanne Alcus. Virginia Colebeck. Joseph Conino, Harris Copenh aver, Jr.. Cy Courtney, Neville Cull. Second Row: Ed Deramee, Jr.. Eustace Edwards, Myra Feinberg, Richard Field, Stocker Fontelieu. Joan Gillis. Third Row: Phil Harsham, Emmett Holbrook. Alton Landry, Robert Longmire, Alfred Mills, Hazel Muller. Fourth Row: Guy Olivier, Noel Parmental, Robert Parsons, George Plunkett, Gerald Roach, John Terry, Andrew Wohlert R. V. Barnett. Neville Cull, E. L. Deramee. E. L. Edwards, Dabney Ewln, R. J. Field, R. C. Harris. W. S. Harwell, Gilbert Hetherwick, B. E. Holbrook, Thomas James, Floyd Lewis, R. A. Longmlre, Tom B. Mcintosh, A. P. Mills, G. R. Olivier, Gerald Posner, MacRae Turner BMinii lEtu urrj Omicron Delta Kappa is a national collegiate honor society of students and faculty, recognizing five phases of campus life: scholarship, athletics, social and religious affairs, publications, and speech, music and dramatic arts. Members are selected on the basis of character. unselfish leadership and service, good scholarship and fellowship. Omicron Delta Kappa was founded at Wash- ington and Lee University in 1914. Alpha Zeta Circle of Tulane University was established in 1930. OFFICERS RUFUS C. HARRIS, JR. . . . Pres dent KARLEM RIESS . Secretary and Fac EDMOND L. DERAMEE Vice-President- MEMBERS Robert V. Barnett Harry C. Frye James Lancaster Guy Olivier Robert F. Bland William M. Gordy Floyd Lewis George Plunkett Neville Cull Rufus C. Harris , Jr. Robert Longmlre Gerald Posner Edmond L. Deramee William Harwell Thomas Mcintosh Troye Svendson Eustace Edwards Gilbert Hetherwick Alfred Mills Jack Terry Dabney M. Ewin Bradford Holbrook Aubrey L. Moss McRae Turner Richard J. Field Thomas N. James Murphy Moss Jack Weinmann Harvey Fitrpatrick 34 Kappa Delta Phi is the oldest honorary leadership fraternity at Tulane, having been founded in 1904, to reward and bond together in a solid union the men who have accomplished the most for Tulane. Membership is conferred each year upon no more than ten students chosen from the junior and senior classes and the gradu- ate schools and upon one member of the faculty who have been conspicuous for school spirit and for distin- guished and unselfish loyalty to and endeavor in behalf of Tulane. Kappa Delta Phi has a two-fold purpose. It confers membership upon those singularly effective and success- ful in promoting school spirit and advancing university enterprise, and it binds together these men into an organization dedicated to further endeavor in behalf of Tulane. FLOYD LEWIS OFFICERS President ED DERAMEE, JR MURPHY MOSS, JR Secretary Vice-President Robert Bland Newell Berry Rufus Harris, Jr. Thomas James MEMBERS Thomas Mcln+osh Jerold Mclnfosh Henry Mlllon Aubrey Moore Dean Pfelffer Thomas Power, II Joseph Rauit, Jr. John Smallpage Troye Svendson n p p 1 ui i PHI Robert Bland, Ed Deramee, Rufus Harris, Jr., Thomas James, Floyd W. Lewis, Jerry Mcintosh, Thomas Mcintosh, Thomas Power, Joseph Rault 35 Newcomb Glee Club In Practice Session i I ri J I B OFFICERS YVETTE MARIE WOLFE President EVA LOUISE HELLMERS Vice-President VIVIAN VAN BEVER Secretary The men are in the middle, Girls The Glee Club has sung at both Newcomb Memorial services during the year and the spring concert. It has participated in various other choral activities, such as the Christmas concert with the New Orleans Symphony Orchestra, Easter sunrise services, the Paul Tulane Day service, and the operettas. 36 The Glee Club ' s year started with the Radio Jamboree for Homecoming. It was Mr. Rex Wilder ' s initial public psrformance with the group and they sang a campus favorite from Mr. Wilder ' s Alma Mater, " When Night Falls. " The plans for th e year include radio broadcasts, recordings of Tulane Pep songs and Alma Mater, trips to Gulf Park, Rice Institute, and concerts at some of the local hiigh Schools. For the football season, traditional serenades of the group on the campus and pep rally songs are the major issues. For basketball season they plan on having a barber shop quartet, and a songfest of Alma Maters for the Doubleheader basketball show December 4. Einar Pederson, composer of the Tulane Drinking Song Is expected back for the Christmas holidays from Texas, where he now lives. The annual party for the Glee Club will be a songfest of Barber shop Songs as it was last year. We are also planning on co- sponsoring a barber shop quartet contest with the Campus NIte program. OFFICERS CY COURTNEY President FRANKLIN Q. HURD Vice-President MICHAEL A. CARSO, II . " Treasurer Lloyd Baumer George Baus Robert Boswell Earl Breaux Kennell Brown Kenneth Byrne Julian Campbell Victor Carrattini Michael Carso James Conover Cy Courtney MEMBERS Andrew Dykers Arthur Emery William Gardner Julian Good Franklin Hurd William Jamiescn Bell Keller Jules Llazrraga Sol Litt Paul Litner Robert McAfee Lynn McCord Jerry Malinor Tom Parker Jack Ponder Kerry Redmann Gordon Sinclair Joseph Spann Dan Stewart Leonard Tunis Eddie Von Amerongen John Wall Arthur Weissmann 1 Stick your tongue in, Gordon I 1 i I I nil! Who ' s the " stoit " , Cy? Believe it or not — Dr. Garland Taylor of the Library liLJiE milEil m mum The Tulane Gilbert and Sullivan Festival Committee was formed in the spring of 1948 for the purpose of planning and presenting a festival of nine shov s (three performances of each of three popular G S operas: MIKADO, lOLANTHE, PIRATES OF PENZANCE, in October and November of 1948. About 75 other Alumni joined the organization to promote it, but above all to sing and dance again in these shows. The festival was dedicated to Leon Ryder Maxwell upon the occasion of the 25th anniversity of Gilbert and Sullivan on the cam- pus. The casts of the production were drawn from the " star " performers in the successful productions of past years. MEMBERS WM. R, SCHULTZ Chairman GARLAND F.TAYLOR Faculty Aubrey Moore, LLB.. ' 48 Annette L. Bernards Reba Nell Hoffman Herman Patricia Tobin, C.A.. ' 45 Nellie Mae Sunn Not now Aubrey — wait until the show is over : ■■ The Messiah, 1948 version Under the direction of Rex Wilder, the A Cappella Choir, connposed of the nnost advanced singers of the University both male and female, has had a highly suc- cessful season this year. Perhaps the Choir ' s highest achievement this school was the concert which they pre- sented in conjunction with the New Orleans Sympathony Orchestra. Several concerts were held again this year and among them were the annual Messiah Concert and the Spring Concert. Other activities for which the Choir furnished the music included Convocation, Easter Services, Spring Opera, and Graduation, OFFICERS ROY McEWEN President WINIFRED BEIER Secretary GIRLS Elsa Asplund Mercedes Bailey Winifred Beler Lucille Bernard Laura Cadien Connie Carter Noel Donovan Betty Eikel Francis Ford Pat Hauseal Eva hieilmers Claire Matthews Jane Parkhouse MEMBERS Carolyn Petfiss Nancy Phillips Befh Smith Norma Stratz Judith Tubb Jean Turbeville Jo Von Ehren Pat Williams Yvette Wolfe Marilyn Woodward BOYS lom bea William Bizzell Charles Brown Julian Campbell Jack Dabdoub M. E. HInman Frank Hurd Louis Larul Tom Leach Roy McEwen Buddy Moulin Kerry Redmann Bill Relnhardt Dan Stewart Paul Stuart J n The Festival Choir and a Duet 39 ear " OeEBUIPER I m imgi mmmmmm Bea and Tinlty — Frnka Where ' Ya At? Hank, Looking Pensive, Just Before L.S.U. Game HANK MILLON Head Cheer Leader RUDY EASON Assistant Head Cheer Leader Tinky Thibaut Bea Tridico Pete Roux Jackie Vizzini Donald Dauterive The cheerleaders started this season of with only three reiurning squadmen and were hard put to arrive at the Alabama game with a coordinated group. Blessed with an unusually good team to foster school spirit, they were able, with constant cajoling, to elicit a volume of cheering comparable only to Truman ' s ova- tion on his first post-election speech. Their job was not so difficult as it had been for the past few years due to the team being such a good one. All the students wanted to yell when the team was win- ning, and this year they had a chance to yell quite a lot. The Whole Group — Turn Around Tinky y M ' A. ffli.ii JEl i i First Row: Torrie Jones, Simmie Monroe, Lee Mowe, Anthony Ortega, Sherman ..aphael. Second Row: David Schaefer, James Schneider, Philip Slipakoff, ... oinmann. The purpose of the Glendy Burke Literary and Debating Society is to stimulate forensic activity among the students of the Uni- versity. Limited in its membership to 49 male students, its meetings include extemporaneous orations and debates on topics of current " - . interest. The varsity debate team is selec+ed annually from Glendy Burke to represent Tula ne University in intercollegiate debating. Among the awards given through Glendy Burice are the Cannot Medal for proficient oration on a topic related to French politics; the Terriberry Prize; and the George Prize; and the - % Glendy Burke Medal for oratory. OFFICERS ANTHONY ORTEGA Speaker FRANK BRUNO Vice Speaker JAMES SChHNEIDER Secretary Treasurer WARREN A. MIX Public Relations N HT ' SCHAEFER Parliamentarian Ij j LEE MOWE Sergeant-at-Arms WILMER hllNRICHS Historian MEMBERS Anthony Ortega, Speaker Glendy Burlce Dean Andrews Arthur Barron Don Brierre Frank Bruno Clarence Dubuy Jack Flowers Nat Halpern Wilmer Hinrichs Torrie Jones Warren Mix Simmie Monroe Lee Mowe Anthony Ortega William Ragland Sherman Raphae! David Schaefer James Schnieder Philip Slipakoff George Sladovich Harry Sneed Roland Sternfels Ronald Sturtz Jack Weinmann Edward Wright G L M I I B I i i E r J Newcomb Student Council — the usual pose OFFICERS BEATRICE RAULT President JOAN GILLIS Vice-President LANIER ALLINSHAM Corresponding Secretary CLAIRE LEWIS Recording Secretary BETTY OEHMIG Treasurer Hazel Muller Anita Yancy Elizabeth Cook Janet Levy MEMBERS Ethel Eaton Betty Turner Joyce Johnson Nornna Stratz Patricia O ' Brien Suzanne Alcus Jeannine McGee The function of this association is to form a basis for cooperation between the faculty and the students. The piloting unit in this plan is the Student Council, which is composed of the of- ficers of the association. Any needed changes in Newcomb ' s constitu- tion are proposed by the Council; all charters for organizations on campus are granted; and at all times, the actions of the Student Council strive to embody the active work of an association of able and adult individuals. The aim of the Council is an efficient and representative self-government. This year an attempt was made to create greater interest in the student body meetings by presenting outside speakers. 42 The Newcomb Honor Board functions to pro- tect the rights of the students and to help them get the most out of their college work. The honor system is that form of student government by which the students ' conduct in examinations, out- side classwork, and other moral matters of the college are vested in the students themselves, rather than in the faculty. Violators of the rules of the honor system are dealt with by Honor Board, the judiciary body of the system. OFFICERS BETTY G. TURNER ANITA YANCY . . President Secretary Pat O ' Brien Ann Brodie Elizabeth Cook Virginia Colebeck MEMBERS Myrna Felnberg Lynn Hock Joyce Johnson Janet Levy Hazel Muller Beatrice Rault Norma Stratz Newcomb Honor Board — a stern looking bunch of gals I r L OONIR UiU 43 N T m u OFFICERS JOYCE JOHNSON President ELAINE JONES . . . West Wing MYRNA FEINBERG , . . East Wing JUNE SHERROUSE Warren hiouse VIRGINIA COLEBECK . , Doris Hall Ye Olde Newcomb Dormitory Council RUTH KING President President President President Secretary MEMBERS Ann Colebeck Cai ' olyn Pattlss Mary M. Hannah Charlotte Shoaf Pat KIsber Betty Stoner Jeannlne McGee Mary Ann Thompson Camllle Moss Jean Walker Joyce Norman Chelsia Webster Isabel Peele Anita _Yancey The Newcomb Dormitory Council, which Is composed of representatives from all of the campus houses, provides the resident student government for Newcombltes living In the dor- mitories. It carries out the rules and regula- tions, tries offenders, and serves with execu- tive, judicial, and legislative powers. The Council also provides for entertainments by and for Its members, working with all dor- mitory students for an efficient system of self- government In matters relating to the conduct of Its members, both as Individuals and as a social group. It attempts In these ways to obtain a well-rounded dormitory life. Newcomb Athletic Association — all looking quite healthy u u OFFICER JEANNINE McGEE President Mary Bell Alston Janice Carter Claire Cook Margaret Field Leila Flournoy Lynn Hock MEMBERS Emily Palmer Charlotte Shoaf Susie Smith Vivian Van Sever Chelsia Webster The Newcomb Athletic Council Is the governing body of the Newcomb Athletic Association which Is composed of students who participate In athletic activities. On the council are representatives from each class, chairmen of major sports, presidents of the Individual athletic clubs, and the chairmen of the four leagues: Dixon, Gibson, Howard, and Norman. Everyone in the Athletic Association falls Into one of these four categories, as a method of competition. The results of Intramural competition may be either League or Individual victories. Trophies are awarded the winning Leagues, and gold keys go to the winners of Individual tournaments. Awards for the accumulation of individual points, which are given for all athletic participation, are, in ord er, a felt letter " N, " a silver " N " pin, and a blazer Jacket with the seal of Newcomb. These awards are given for enthusiasm and participa- tion, not merely outstanding skill in sports. 44 JSSIIS OFFICERS GERTRUDE CHITTY . . . . ' President CAROLYN PETTIS Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Jane Kit Ware Desbon Lois Bermudez Morris Middleton Joyce Harper Elizabeth Cook Lynn Hock Claire Lewis At the end of each year, ten freshmen are se- lected from the Newcomb class to become new members. Assets is an honorary organization and chooses its members on a basis of scholarship, loyalty, school spirit, and enthusiasm. Assets — at least not liabilities OFFICER VIRGINIA COLEBECK President MEMBERS Betty G. Turner Joyce Johnson Bea Rault Members of Alpha Sigma Sigma, a senior honorary society at Newcomb, are elected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and school spirit. Members are elected the spring of each year, and the following fall they serve as the executive committee for the three day orienta- tion program for new students. The president of Alpha Sigma Sigma conducts freshman class meetings until freshman officers are elected. She is also responsible for the functioning of the faculty advisory system. UPBS IIA smiiA 45 i r J ri J nil ■BH 9 1 1 »i 1 I E ' HJ ■■ 1 n j i lB H jH npp H 1 m r 0 n H 9 t F ' VH g - _.. J 1 ' i J 1 1 y mv .r- ■ ' ' ' 4 i i m Hj ti 1 1 Ipana for fhe Smile of Beaufy OFFICER JANICE CARTER President Lucile Bernard Barbara BIzzel Margaret Bingham Joyce Bruff Sheila Carme ' Deborah Carroll Lorelei Carroll Noel Donovan Esther Ewing Katherine Favrot MEMBERS Isabel Gardner hielen Ann Garrett Ann Geffkin Pat Greenfield Shirley Islciwitch Carol Layton Joyce Ludwig Jane Lee Luft Gayle M a eke n roth Joyce Mathes Merle Maumus Trudy Miangolana Isabel Peal Maureen Prothro Jackie Rauch Betty Rosen Minnette Starts Kay Threefoot Beatrice Tridico Joan White i Promoting interest in creative dancing of all types, the Newcomb Dance Club has progressed considerably under the enthusiastic direction of Miss Frances Bush. During the year the club sup- plies all ballet routines necessary operettas and other campus productions. In the spring a recital is given in Dixon Hall and each member parti- cipates. The program this year included among other numbers the ballet of the Moldau by Smetana and a group of dances from operas. Membership is obtained by try-out. 46 New members of the Barracuda Club are chosen from the annual fall try-outs. These new members are known as Baby Barracudas and are initiated into the club in the Spring as full mem- bers after participation in the swimming pageant. The Swimming Club sponsors the National Telegraphic Swimming Meet and the Newcomb intramural swimming meet. The main event of the club is the presentation of its annual water ballet. This year the Barra- cudas presented " Acquacade of Broadway, " swimming to the popular favorites taken from Broadway musicals. OFFICERS VIVIAN VAN BEVER President BEVERLY McARTHUR . .Vice-President MARTHA ZILBERMANN Secretary JOEL WOLFE Assistant Secretary BARRACUDAS Dorothy Carre i " e Claire Lewis Effle Stockton Joan Essig Beverly Mc Arthur Vivian Van Bever Natalie Gessner Diane Michaels Joel Wolfe Dorothy llley Helen Rapier Anita Yancey Chioe Lain Joyce Siekmann Martha Ztlbermann Jossy Spitz BABY BARRACUDAS Carol Brown Leah Fried lander Emily Palmer Scootie Day Marion Hodges Helen Werleln Joan Morrison iDBHIPi SlliMI 47 mis BEN lEIl OFFICERS GLORIA ANN STEWART President ROSALIE COCCHIARA Vice-President BARBARA ANNE DRESHER Secretary-Treasurer ELAINE JONES Historian DR. HARLEY GOULD Faculty DR. W. EGGLER Faculty Beta Beta Beta is an ho-norary international biological fraternity which was founded in 1921. The Beta Lambda chapter was installed at New- comb College in 1938. This society seeks to encourage scholarly attain- ment In the field of biological science by reserving Its membership for those who achieve superior academic records and who indicate special aptitude for the science. Interest is further stimulated by monthly lectures on some topic of biology or related science, given by outstanding scientists In thai field. Field trips for collective purposes are planned twice a year, which afford the members and- faculty a social outing as well as an educational trip. GLORIA ANN STEWART. President f i S i Whoever heard of collegia+e mechanics? The Student Branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers at Tulane Is one of 124 active student branches composed of students who are pur- suing courses leading to a Bachelo. ' " ' s Degree in Mech- anical Engineering. Its oblectlves are: to broaden the student ' s acquaintance with the practical side of mech- anical engineering, to keep him infor med about en- gineering progress, to develop his initiative and ability to speaK in public, to familiarize him with parliamen- 43 OFFICERS GUY R. OLIVIER Chairman LOUIS G. WINGATE Vice-Chairman WILLIAM J. GREEN Secretary IRVING A. LINDBERG, JR Treasurer MEMBERS Chester T. Alpaugh, Luther A. Armstrong, William J. Anderson, III, Walter Ascher, Theodore A. Aucoln, Jr., Carl T. Bablngton, Edward R. Baker, Henry L. Blust. Robert N. Bose, tHudson G. Boue, Thomas A. Braud. Robert S. Brush, Clarence R. Caster, Donald J, Caster. Edward A. Chmielinskl, Norman C. Cook. Ronald B. Cowart, William B. Cowart, William E. Crochet, Jr.. Paul R. Crouch, Bernard L. Crumpton, Nicholas J. Cuccia, August H. Douglas, Henry J. Franklin, Walter J. Gagnet, Jr.. Clarence L. Geier, Jr., John W. Good- wyn, William J. Green, John A. G.-ehan, Carl B. Hak- enios, Clarence F. Holthaus, Dennis J. Hayes. Sheldon C. Heath, Hans N. Helnemann, John A. Hine, James J. Kennedy. Segundo L. Labayen, Donald E. Lagarde, Irving A. Li nd berg, Jr., Mac C. Mallary, Joseph H. Maloney, Andrew E. Manyak, William E. Martin, Don- ald P. Maynard, Thomas L. McCoy, Frank V. McMillen. Gilbert Millar, Louis S. Miller, John E. Morrison, Mil- ton K. Morrison, George M. Mur. ' el, Jr.. Paul S. Noble, Anthony C. Occhipintl. Charles D. Olivier, Guy R. Olivier, Henry F. Page. Jacques H. Pessin, Robert H. Philibert, Edward L. Pick. Clay J. Pinner, Lewis L. Rftg- ers, bamuel J. Ross, Elmore F. Ruck. David H. Rust, Eugene J. Rutter. Edgar L. Schambach,_ William b. Shoenborn, Gerard H. Shonekas, Jr., David J. Songe. Luke F. Stravasnik, Leo A. Stubbs, Macy O. Teetor, Jr., Grover J. Trammel, Alfred J. Tricon, Turhan Turker, Charles J. Uthoff, Guiles G. Vicknair. Robert R. Viosca, Thomas M. Wakefield. William E. Watklns. Joe C. Wharton, John P. Wiggin, Louis G. Wingate, George R. Wood. tary procedure and organzation, and to enable him to establish fraternal contact with engineering students and practicing englnears. Activities include meetings, technical movies, inspec- tion trips, technical papers, talks, discussions, and social gatherings, with the annual banquet and annual con- vention being the highlights of each year. Awards are given each year to the most outstand- ing member, and to the student presenting the best paper. OFFICERS DIANE BOURGEOIS President BETTY BRANDEAU Vice-President BETTY FREEDMAN Secretary HOPE REID Treasurer MEMBERS Jeanne Abadie Olive Davis Frances Eagan Lorraine Fox Isabel Gardiner Regina Gunthorpe Sue Henderson Pat Hoiiseal Marilyn Lavigne Ann Levy Blanche Meyers Marilyn Rosenthal Gayle Schwa rzen bach Susie Smith Sydney Smithers Ann Stringer Oreades is an honorary organization whose pur- pose is to sustain interest in classical knowledge and to stimulate appreciation of the Classics. Yearly activities included a Saturnalia party in imitation of the old Roman holiday celebrated during December, lectures, numerous social func- tions and discussions on selected subjects. One Layer of Cheese Calte . . . and then only four showed up!! OFFICERS CLAUDINE COULANGES President PAT MAY Secretary MEMBERS Lanier Alllngham Carol Brown Ann Colebeck Virginia Colebeck Claudine Coulanges Rosita Garcia Frances Hemenway Charlotte Gilbert Peggy Jordan Virginia King Patricia May Patsy Jo McDowell Helen Messick Emma Morphy Nancy Phillips Ruth Radin Barbara Topal Reg Trotter Betty Turner Jackie Walker Marie Withers The French Club ' s aim Is to Interest students in French culture and thought. It meets several times a year to hear lectures by various speakers from the faculty and the community. In the future the group plans to extend its program to Include such events as a dramatic program, a banquet and international activities. IE [IB[IG FUiniS M u nn OFFICERS ANNA FRANCES JONES President GENIVIEVE WELBAUM Vice-President NATALIE ROELINS Secretary DEBORRAH BERRY Treasurer MRS. J. B. MARTINEZ Counsellor MEMBERS Dorothy Maness Vivian Sheridan Gertrude Chitty Sharon Mattes Charlotte Shoaf Norma Ciesi Emily Moise Carol Sue Smith Clair Cook Sayle Ma ken roth Betty Stoner Kathleen Coleman Jeannine McGehee Miliicent Smitherman Helen Deal Camile Moss Barbara Topol Myrna Fein berg Morris Middleton Madeline TumineMo Virginia Frederic Brenda Moore Genevieve Welbaum Nathalie Ganucheau Betty Oehmig Phylls Wolfe Natalie Gessner Gloria Patron Nancy White Nel! Guillot Virginia Provost Marie Withers Jane Goldman Isabel Peal Joan Arbour Joyce Harper McKee Pitts Bettie Barrere Mary Jane Higgins Ninette Perilliat Lois Bermudez Sydney Ho hen berg Gloria Ratchford Dianne Bourgeois Anna Frances Jones Joy Reinganum Armande Billion Ruth Kessler Rhoda Robinowitz Laurie Bull Frances Kentner Nathalie Roeling Virginia Bowen Ann Levy Marilyn Rosenthal Dianne Burdette Aileen Longino Betty Scharff Deborrah Berry Eleanor Luecke Elaine Sarre Joyce Caldwell Elsie Magendie Shirley Claiborne La Tertulia is the honorary Spanish Club on the Newcomb Campus. It holds meetings once a month at which there is a speaker who is an authority on his subject. This year each meeting is devoted to the music of Spain or of a Latin -American country. There are four Reunions each year to which the whole University, as well as the public, is invited; October 12, Columbus Day; A Christmas Fiesta; April 14; Pan-American Day; April 23. Cervar.tes- Dia de la Lengua. Several well-known speakers and diplomats have and will be our guests during the year. Mad Madrid Misses Young Women ' s Courting Association I. », (, L OFFICERS ETHEL L. EATON President BERYL STALL Vice-President BEVERLEY BECKER Secretary FLORA MAE ZIESLER Treasurer CABINET Bettie Ruth Barrere Joan Grattan Anna Bartels Susan Hill Deborah Berry Jane Lee Luft Lorrianne Fox Laura McClanahan MEMBERS Mary Belle Alston Betty Jane Lucas Vivian Van Bever Anne Mcintosh Patricia Burke Tricia McRaven Lorelei Carroll Ann Maddrey Pat Casso Nancy Mailer Martha Coltharp Dorothy Maness Claudine Coulanger Morris Middleton Margaret Field Virginia Probost Mildred May Foley Jane Sparkman Caroline Gavin Rose Spicola Claire R. Giovengo Pasty Earl Spring Joyce Harper Marianne Sprinkle Pollie Holden Bettie Stoner Sally James Patricia Welton Geraldine Kelly Mary Williamson Gwen Langridge Marilyn Woodward Janet Levy Any student of Newcomb College is eligible formem- bership in the Young Women ' s Christian _ Association, which meets twice monthly for open discussion, talks by outstanding civic personalities, and debates. Taking an active part in freshman orientation, the " Y, " established in 1901. presents a program of well-rounded events to aid the freshman in becoming acquainted with the activ- ities of the college. " Y " traditions are the annual Christmas and Easter parties for a group of children from a local orphanage, and the Senior Baby Contest in the spring. With other organizations of Tulane. it annually conducts the Easter Sunrise Service, held in the Quadrangle of Newcomb Col- lege. 50 ALPHA OF LOUISIANA IHPS OFFICERS KARLEM RIESS President SUSAN D. TEW Secretary MARY F. TENNEY .... Vice-President MARGARET CUNEO, GERALD HINRICHS Executive Committee MEMBERS Viron L. Barnhill Paul Ned Graffagnino Mona L. G. Krivit Pearl Singerman Elsie K. Brupbacher Betty R. Gray Phil J. Naquin, Jr. Paula F. Smith Themas E. Clapp Wnilam F Heald Denise M. Reinecke Emil K. Vela Berfl+a E. Compfon Betty R. Healy Morris F. Scharff Patricia Vonder Haar John A. Fisher Anna G. Hover David J. See! Drury W. Wall William M. Gordy S. T. Jones, III Julian H. Sims Aurelia S. Wells FACULTY t Erich A. Albrecht Rufus C. Harris Anna E. Many Clarence Scheps it Edward A. Bech+el Gerald Hinrichs Leon Ryder Maxwell Robert W. Schmied Herbert E. Buchanan Leon D. Hubert, Jr. George W. Meyer Dorothy W. Seago i Mildred G. Christian E. C. Hunter Clara M. deMilt George E. Simmons 1 Margaret Cuneo Hans B. Jonassen Rose L. Mooney Wendell H. Stephenson Adele M. Drouet Arden R. King Clarence J. Morrow Garland F. Taylor Lionel C. Durel William L. Kolb Robert M. Myers Mary F. Tenney Wm. L. Duren, Jr. G. Geoffrey Langsam Eugene A. Nabors Susan D. Tew 1 Donald Fabian Dagmar R. LeBreton Helen L. Nisbet Miriam H. Thompson j Lydia E. Frotscher Harold N. Lee Victor R. B. Oelschlager Florence W. Toppino Russel M. Geer J. Adair Lyon Graydon W. Regenos Marie J. Weiss Clarence E. Glick Champ Lyons Karlem Riess Logan Wilson Norman A. Greco John M. McBryde Fannie R. Russ Rena Wilson Doris B. Griscom Virginia F. McConnell Herbert P. Sarett Frank H. Wood Margaret Groben Roger P. McCutcheon Maridel Saunders Recognized nationally as the highe st honorary scholastic fraternity, Greek letter fraternity in the United States today. The Louisiana Phi Beta Kappa was founded at w;i tarn and Mary College in 1776. Alpha Chapter was organized at Tulane in 1909. It was founded originally as a soc al fraternity and is the oldest GEORGE N UNN OFFICERS President GEORGE PLUNKETT Secretary Lloyd W. Anderson, Jr. Alice Colleen Beacham Robert H. Bryson William B. Burns Raymond L. Carmedelle Coidwell Daniel, III John C. Dodt, III Gene Edwin Friedman Louis R. Garver Dr. Marvin Fair MEMBERS David Glover Alvin Delery Hellbach Andrew Gray Henning George A. Hunt Shepherd G. Jane Ernest Nathan Kahn Hansel O. Kincaid Elton C. Lasseiqne Joseph O. LeBlanc, Jr. Robert C. Lefler James A. Mahalec Linden Joseph Mela neon Stephen G. Mocklin Robert D. Munch Rene R. Naccari Art Oldstein George Timothy Plunkett Benjamin Roach, Jr. HONORARY MEMBER Henry Plauche IN FACULTY Lester Reed Dr. Gerald Warren Beta Gamma Sigma, a national honorary commerce fraternity was founded at the University of Illinois and the University of Wisconsin in 1913. The Alpha chapter was founded at Tulane in 1926. The purpose of this association is to encourage and reward scholarship and accomplishment in the field of business studies Dr. Paul C. Taylor Dr. Harry Mitchell Edward B. Scherich Lionel C. Schmedt Roy Jacob Segall John J. Shepperd, J Joan E. Sivendson Maurice A. Theriot, Marie L. Tureaud Patricia Jo Warner Jack W. Williams Donald Halley Jr, among students and graduates of collegiate schools of business; to promote the advancement and spread of education in the science of business; and to foster principles of honesty and integrity in business practice. un UMk 51 HI un p OFFICERS ROGERT A. LONGMIRE President GUY R. OLIVER Vice-President MILTON K. MORRISON Recording Secretary PIERRE E. HOLLOVv AY . . Corresp. Secretary MEMBERS John W. Anderson Walter W. McKernan Mac C. Mallary John E. Morrison Milton K. Morrison Guy R. Oliver George E. Pearce Grover J. Trammel! Donald W. Urquhart Daniel H. Vliet Andrew M. Wohlert Ronald B. Cowart Moise hi. Goldstein Angelo V. GracI Manuel A. Head Edwin J. hiimel Pierre E. hHolloway James J. Kennedy Alton A. Landry Anthony J. La Rocca Robert A. Longmire The Tau Beta Pi Association was founded at Lehigh University in 1885, by Edward Higgen- son Williams, Jr. It is dedicated to those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering. Its aim Is to foster a spirit of lib- eral culture in the engineering colleges of America. New members are selected from the upper scholarship brackets of the College of Engi- neering by vote of the chapter. .Tau Beta Pi was founded at Tulane in 1936. OFFICERS FREDERICK G. DEILER President DAVE BIERHORST Vice-President JOYCE M. SIEKMANN . . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Dave Bierhorst Dr. F. R. Cagle Mrs. A. Chaney Aluma Frederick G. Deiler Leslie Ellis Louis Gallo Dr. E. S. Hathaway Angus E. Holmes K. E. Hyland. Jr. Rodney Jung Orren Logan Dr. Geo. H. Penn Joyce M. Sielcmann Started In the fall of 1925 as the Zoology Journal Club, members met once a week and re- ported on current articles In zoology journals. In the spring of 1926 It was reorganized on a fraternity basis and the name Beta Mu was sug- gested by Mrs. Geo. Bechtel, a member. The name comes from the words EK TOU BlOU MAN- THANE, meaning " learn from life. " Throughouf its history the primary object of Beta Mu has been to stimulate Interest in biological research. OFFICERS DAVE YOCKEY President PAT McCAULEY Vice-President PAUL NEWMAN Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS George Adomitis Edgar Ashworth Alphonse Bulliung Rosemary Cannes Leo Coco William Conery Harris Copenhaver, Everett Dane Rene Dausstn Paul Desbon Marie Rose Dw Steve Ellis Sidney Friedman John Sleason, Jr. Phil Harsham Julian Henriques Dixie Hutchinson William Jenkins wyer Patrick McCauley Wallace Miller Mary Lou Mossy Paul R. Newman Charles O ' Brien Jack Owens Paul Perret Alvin Perry James Puneky Earl Rodriguez Carl Schumacher Elmer Sharp Robert Smith Walter F, Spence Frank Stalnton Beniamin White David Yockey Theta Nu, honorary journalism fraternity, founded In 1926, seeks to stimulate all-round proficiency in ioumalism. especially among undergraduate students. Active parti- cipation in the preparation of the Hullabaloo, student newspaper, is particularly encouraged. A loving cup awarded annually for the best reporting was won last year by Philip Harsham. Theta Nu ' s informal meetings, open to all students in the journalism department, feature informative talks by professional journalists designed to keep the students posted on conditions In the field. Honorary members of Theta Nu include L. K, Nicholson, President of the Times- Picayune Publishing Co., and columnist Dorothy DIx (Mrs. Elizabeth M, Gilmer.) iini Ni Journalism honor students enjoy Pat ' s jolte Ten big Ink spots Fill! . Adviser . Adviser OFFICERS FLOYD LEWIS . Chairman CY COURTNEY Secretary MEMBERS Harris Copenhaver, Jr. John Monroe Phil Harsham Paul Newman Lawerence Hennessey Noel Parmentel Tom McBride Carl Schumacher, Jr. Pat McCauley Tom Williams MR. CLAUDE SIMONS .... DEAN GEORGE E. SIMMONS . The Publications Board is organized under the Student Council for the purpose of super- vising the official publications of the student body. The Board is composed of the president of the student Couicil as chairman, an elected member of the Student Council, the editors and business managers of the " Hullabaloo " and the JAMBALAYA. two senior class presidents chosen by the Student Council, and a repre- sentative elected by Theta Nu journalism fra- ternity. Mr. Claude Simons and Dean George E. Simmons act as advisers to the Board. The Board is responsible for the selection of the editors and business managers of the offi- cial publications, and acts as an advisory body on matters of policy concerning them. The Board has no power of censorship over tho editorial policies of the editors. BIH 53 uGNinr Somebody Give Rudy a Drink OFFICERS WILLIAM WEIL President WIL SON SHOUGHRUE " . . . Vice-President MARY WILLIAMSON Secretary E. B. HOLBROOK Sergeant-at-arms MEMBERS Lucy Adams Mary Ann Hebert Jeannine McGee Edmund Rose Tom Bowman Mary K. Hickey Bill Moore John Smallpage Mickey Carso Jimmy Huff Dick Nunnally Frank Stitch Cy Courtney Ben Joiner Betty Oehmig Flora Talmadge Virginia Day Eugenie LeDoux Robert Parsons Jack Turner Tom Deanne- Claire Lewis Ed Plauche Chelsie Webster Rudy Eason William Long Tom Power Jack Weinman Joan Essig Betty Lyons Bubber Rappeport Violet Whitehead Joan Gillis Dora Martin Beatrice Rault Anita Yancey Tom Green Beverly McArthur Jack Roberts Bobby Zetzmann Lagniappes, the Student Dance Organization, started off the year in a bang-up fashion. The Annual Freshman Dance, held fhis year as always af the Gymnasium, was a huge success. Begun with the idea of having Tulane and Newcomb Frosh come and meet at a dance, the venture has proven to be very enjoyable for everyone — including the Freshmen. This year the floor was packed with the boys outnumbering the gals three to one which made it even better as far as the girls were concerned. Of course the fact that it was held the night of the open- ing football game, and the fact that we won, helped to bring out the large attendance. The Annual Homecoming Dance, held at the Municipal Auditorium, to celebrate Homecoming was likewise a smash. Henry King and his well known orchestra provided the best all around danceable music heard down this way in many an eon. The presentation of the Homecom- ing Queen and her Court was a highlight as in the past. Air-conditioning and " requestioning " of more tables made this Homecoming Dance the best in the past three years. 54 The function of the Intramural Council is to en- courage the entire male student body to parti- cipate in organized athletic sports, and also to encourage participation in active recreation. The Intramural Council organizes and promotes com- petition between individuals and groups of stu- dents and fosters the spirit of sportsmanship be- tvveen participants and spectators. In the past year, it organized both team and individual sports. The team sports for the year were football, basketball, and Softball. The in- dividual sports included handball, tennis, swim- ming, and a cross country run. OFFICERS W. p. VON HOVEN Director D. URQUHART Associate Director C. B. Conley MEMBERS G. P. Bywafer R. J. Froeba And Monk Looks so Eager !«ii 55 ZBT take off on " Oklahoma " Addie Benjamin as " Hustle " Long rr lUNE risiiGiiiiiGiiiaiioi STAFF E. BRADFORD HOLBROOK Chairman DON MIESTER Technical Director MARY WILLIAMSON Secretary MARY WARREN Musical Director JACK TURNER Publicity Manager CREW BOB PEYROUX Assistant Stage Manager PHALLIE EVANS Make-up JIM BLEWSTER Make-up LARRY DILLON Lighting ELDON PENCE Lighting Frank Cannon Curtis Boisfonteine Robert Boh Baron Bourg Buddy Brinkman Walter Kellogg Kit Landon Harry Schmidt The purpose of this organization is to give entertain- nnent to the Tulane University personnel — prepared and presented by University personnel. This year there were four Campus Night productions. To welcome all students, the first show " The Things We Did Last Summer " was a musical resume of the things that do happen in the sum- Heaty took Footsie ' s place as top Tulane magician Footsie amuses everyone, except Pineapple 4 Hearts Del+a Sigs win again and put on fine show men. Although, this was the first show of the year, fresh- man as well as old talent was used. The second production featured the fall concert of the Tulane Band, under the direction of Dr. J. J. Morrissey, and was followed by a Campus Night variety show, based on fantasy, which can only be found in " An Enchanted Garden, " the theme of this production. For this, contrary to Tulane custom, a Mistress of Ceremonies presided. After Christmas, the traditional Fraternity Skit Night was given which consisted of a number of the campus fraternities displaying their own talents, in competition with other fraternities. The Campus Night year closed with a fourth produc- tion, the largest of the year, which included each member of the organization. Under the chairmanship of Bradford FHolbrook and the advisorship of Dr. Dan Mullin, the Organization has made changes in the content of material used and the manner of presentation to make this year one of the best for the Nighters and for University entertainment. The Barber Shop Four — nnaltes every Campus Nite Rudy and Pete commit homicide SAEs — that ' s Cabral on the floor uin OFFICERS BOB PARSONS President BOB COX Vice-President JOAN SOLOMON Secretary JOHN GLEASON Sergeant-At-Arms MEMBERS Merling Auzine Joe Harris Ralph Peterson Dot Baer Mary Henderson Charles Ramond Peter Beer Mary Jo Holland Na+alie Roehllng Bobbie Blum Harold Jamison Buddy Rose Bobby Boudreau Peggy Jordan Jay Rubin Tom Bowman Bill Keller Peter Smith Grover Bynum Carl Kline Joan Solomon Harry Cabral Mary Jane Krensky Jane Sparkman Barbara Cherry Bobby Laga- de Walt Spence Elizabeth Cook Ronnie Larla Josie Spitz Voss Cooksey Loftre Lee Bettie Stoner Margaret Conder William Long Norma Sfratz Bayles Conley Max Miller Ting Steele Robert Cox Betty Malone Clay Talbot Joan Donaldson Donald Maynard Kitty Thornton Struby Drumm Hank Millon Jean Tuberville Phallie Evans Richard McCutchen Jackie VizzinI Mary Finley Johnny McLaughlin Helen Werim Margie Gandolpho George Newborn Mary Williamson Johnny Gleason Bob Parsons Herb Wren Tommy Green Ha ' Peck Charlie Wilson isabelle Peal Sreenbackers, honorary organization for promoting school spirit, has enjoyed an extreniely successful year in fostering various student activities. To begin the year a " Get Acquainted Dance " was held for the Freshmen and new students. During the football sea- son weekly bonfires were sponsored, and green freshman caps were sold before each game. For Homecoming a " shirt-tail parade " was held on Canal Street, and prior to the Ole Miss game a large mock football signed by students of the Uni- versity was presented to Coach Frnka and the team as a symbol of the school ' s loyalty and support. Throughout the year Green backers continued to en- co ' Lrage an Interest in the various ' intercollegiate sports, such as putting on short skits between the halves of several of the basketball games. For the third consecutive year the organization sponsored a sorority and fraternity singfest. Greenbackers takes an active part in life on the campus, and Is ready v hen called upon to help with other functions. So few smiles for so much spirit Formidable Group of Eager Beavers OFFICERS CY COURTNEY President EMMETT BRADFORD HOLBROOK Vice-President BLAKE WEST Secretary MARILYN GOLL Treasurer TOM POWER . Mahout TOM LEACH Sergeant At-Arms BILL FANT Membership 1948-1949 found TUSK looking forward to better days of school spirit. With plans of the Alumni and the Board of Trustees looking to the construction of m ore dormi- tories for men and women on the campus, and a consequent closer binding of the Student Body of Tulane, the plans and functions of the Kulb were based on the future, attempting to Iron out wrinkles of coordination among the school spirit organizations on the campus. The first of these was the formation of the Pep Com- mittee, tentatively composed of the three nuclear organ- izations — Greenbackers. Cheerleaders and TUSK. First sug- gested by Tom Power, past president of TUSK, and encouragingly coordinated by Claude Simons, Jr., Direc- tor of Student Activities, the committee acted as a unit In planning bonfires, rallies, parades, and publicity for the terrific teams fielded by Tulane In all sports this year. The second plan was the orientation movie for Tulane students, which was to take the place of the conducted tours of the campus. The third TUSK proiect was the starting of the card display sections, which were fashioned after those of other Universities for the football season and the BLOCK " T " for the basketball gym, composed of Newcomb girls. The main function of the organization has been to help instil in the Tulane student a feeling of oneness with the University and a pride In the traditions of one of the leading educational institutions of America. 58 lilEiMIIIlA OFFICERS JAMES D. SCHNEIDER President E. LEE MOWE Vice-President LEATRICE GERSTENBLITH . . Secretary-Treasurer Arthur S. Barron Deborah N. Berry Virginia P. Bowen Claire J. Courtney Clive S. Cummis Brooke H. Duncan II Clinton W. Effinger Florence Effinger Sarah Virginia Frederic Lea trice Gerstenblith Shirley A. Grau MEMBERS Erv in R. Johnson Anthony J. Lowe Warren A. Mix E. Lee Mows Charles R. Murphy Noel E. Parmentel Angelo S. Pirozzi Mary hi. Rohrberger James D. Schneider Louis J. Vergne The purpose of the International Relations Club is to instruct and enlighten student opinion in current events. The members endeavor to accom- plish this by becoming acquainted with the po- litical ideas of nations of the world. Membership entitles a student to use all books furnished the club by the Carnegie Peace Foundation. L Fostering International Understanding " My Party Friends and Countrymen . FORUM BOARD VIRGINIA COLEBECK Chairman Ann Colebeck Mary Withers John Marque Noel Dillard Hugo Wedemeyer ■ Rosemary Kenety The Forum, a non-membership organization, holds weekly lecture-discussion meetings on topics of general interest. Meetings, which are open to the public, are held informally in the Student Center Lounge on Tuesday nights. A guest speaker first presents his point of view, and the floor Is then thrown open for discussion. The Forum thus affords students an opportunity to discuss topics of current Interest with authorities in the field. Some of the topics arousing the most lively campus interest this year were: " States ' Rights and White Su- premacy, " " Wallace and a Third Party, " " The Woman ' s Place, " " Existentionalism, " and " Aca- demic Freedom — Can Teachers be Commu- nists? " FIRIi 59 siFii m From liHle sprouts big carnivals grow OFFICERS G. TORRIE JONES President EDWARD NED LAMBREMONT Vice-President TOMMIE BIRDWELL Recording Secretary CHARLIE RAMOND Corresponding Secretary THEO e. SMITH Treasurer MEMBERS D Andrews N. Tordon A. Ortega R. Bahan C. Halenjos R. Parsons T. Beal R. Hargrave B. Paxton F. Bell J. B. Jones P. Perrett T. Birdwell G. T. Jones C. K. Ramond G Bynum L. Kerner S. Schwam P. Dastugue E. N. Lambremont L. Salmon C. Delaup K. Landry T. Sisson G Delery R. Mars+on G Sladovich F. Evans W. Mix T. G. Smith P Fran+z R. Moreaux M Williams R. H. Fuselier D. Muller G Wimbish D. Garrett W. Oberhelman TORRIE JONES President Founded ai Lafayette College, Easton, Pa. in 1925, Alpha Phi Omega is a Na- tional Service Fraternity composed of college and university men who desire to carry into their campus life the ideals and principles of Scouting. Gamma Upsilon chapter. In carrying out its program of service to school and community during the 1948-49 session, conducted an information both for freshmen and newcomers to the campus, ushered at Easter Sunrise Services and the spring concert, and sponsored the traditional " Ugly Mug Contest, " also, the University Chest Drive in which fraternities, sororities, and campus organizations participated. A spirit of achievement, plenty of fun, and good fellowship prevailed at the annual banquet. 60 OFFICERS PHILIP P. SLIPAKOFF President PHILIP P. SLIPAKOFF President BERND FALK Vice-President LEE BUDDECKE Secretary OTTO J. GROVER . LOUiS BROWNLEE . JAMES CRONVICH. . Activities Manager . . Program Manager . . . Faculty Adviser Olin D. Albright William " Eddie " Andrews Franklin G. Bolinger (W8YE Gus Boyd Ralf Brown (W5LKH) Louis Brownlee (W5NNW} Raymond J. Bruker Lee Buddecke (W5NIN) Al. Buston (W7GLC) James Cronvich {W5FZW) Bob L Drake Seymour J. Dreyfous Bo Eaton {W50YD) MEMBERS Bernd Falk (W5KXP} Abe Friedman H) Molse H. Goldstein Vincent L. Goodman Otto J. " Bud " Grover Roy Hagan George A. Hero 1 1 1 Paul Jensen (V 5JWX) Marvin N. Lichenstein Richard Maxwell (W5HTU) Edward A. Melcher James Murphy Richard James Norton Stan Pulitzer (W5JYK) L. Pasos Ben Sale Fred Schmidt (WSGV Z) Howard Schriefter (W5ISF) Phil Sllpakoff Jack Tallant (W5HLH) Bob Thompson Ralph L. Tyler Clem Weston, Jr. (W5KUW) Sam Wilson Arrdy Wohlert J. H. Vanos (W5AND) •Those listed with station behind their names are licensed amateurs. During the past year the Tulane University Amateur Radio Club sponsored a program of activities which was extended to include all divisions of the University. Code and theory classes for prospective amateurs were set up and conducted by the Club. Messages were handled from Tulane students to their homes as well as messages between Tulane and Georgia Tech during the football game between the two schools. An experimental television station, the first in the South, was set up by members of the Club in coniunction with the Physics Dept. and operated under the club ' s license, W5YU. New transmitters were put on the air and much government surplus electronic equipment was converted by members of the club for amateur use. A main project of the Club was the International Federation of University Radio- Clubs which will eventually bring together all university radio clubs in this country and elsewhere and will sponsor intercollegiate tournaments and schedules over the air. Movies were held at frequent intervals at club meetings and several prominent radio people addressed the club. Discussions on various phases of amateur radio were held throughout the year. A regular schedule of operation of the club ' s station, W5YU, in the Physics Building, was put into effect. The club stressed emergency preparedness this year and several pieces of emergency equip- ment were assembled. Checks were made to determine the effectiveness of the emergency equipment. The club affiliated itself with the American Radio Relay League and is taking part In the League ' s emergency preparedness program. Club members have been able to communicate with other amateurs scattered all over the world through the Club ' s station in the Physics Building. Many Interesting and novel contacts were made during the year and several new foreign countries have been added to " the Club ' s list of foreign contacts. Radio Bugs and Hams Enjoying Themselves llUm IIIIEBSIII 61 IILIIE OFFICERS GROVER TRAMWELL President G. SCHWARZENBACH Vice-President JOAN GRATTAN Corresponding Secretary LORELEI CARROLL Recording Secretary and Treasurer The Mathematical Wizards Bill Aicklen Richard E. Allan Betty R. Barrere Beverly Becker Earl T. Ballanger Henry Boesch Pa icia A. Burke Lorelei G. Carroll Barbara Cohen W. L. Duren, Jr. Ethel Eaton J. W. Ellis Emien J, Ftsher Hans Felblemann Marguerite Galloway H . G i I m o re Joan Grattan Moise H. Goldstein MEMBERS Emile C. Hattier Manuel Head G. Hirsch John Hobsen John Hodges E. Hullinghoist Dot Jung James Kennedy Anthony J. La Roc Joan Landry Ferdinand K, Levy Robert Longmire Leslie Longshore Tom Louis Clyde McDonald Louis S. Miller Frank McMillan Milton Morrison Richard Mouledous Walter Nunn, Jr. Parks B. Pedrick, Jr. J. M. Pessin B. J. Pettis Robert Pfister Clay Pinner L. Scmeed Gayle Schwa rzen bach Beryl Stall D. J. Tallant J. F. Thompson Grover Trammell Drury W. Wall A. D. Wallace E. Wohlert Flora Zelgler To foster and maintain interest In mathematics among the students of Tulane and Newcomb con- tinued to be the motivating force behind the Tulane Math Club. Organized seven years ago by W. L. Duren, the Club presents to students the opportunity to hear and give talks on the so-called " popular " subjects of mathematics. This year, under the leadership of Grover Trammell, and with the assistance of Dr. J. Thompson, student participation was placed on a competitive basis by Institution of the Math Club Prize, to be awarded at the end of each year to the student member giving the best talk. They Loolc so Phizzy-cal HUM lilllBSIlI OFFICERS BENJAMIN R. STRONG President EDWARD R. FREITAG . . Vice-President JOHN M. MIAZZA . Recording Secretary DESSAMAE HART Corresponding Secretary DR. MALCOLM L RANDOLPH Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Dr. Joseph C. Morris Dr. J. J. Kyame Dr. J. Karlem Riess Jack E. Baudean Bernard Borle John L. Braud W. Cameron Byrne Harry C. Dauberr Richard G. Davis Harvey J. Fitzpt .trick Donald Garrett Norman A. Greco Leonore Gutierrez Paul H. Lorraln Robert McP. Montgomery David Schaef-fer Fred Schmidt Powell B. Stokes T. Todd Reboul Ballard Tebo The Physics Club made Its appearance on the campus in the Spring of 1948. It was organized by a group of graduate and undergraduate students in Physics to foster and promote Interest and ac- tivity in the field of Physics. Membership is open to students, alumni, and staff members of the University Interested In the field. Its major activi- ties have been periodic programs involving lec- tures and demonstrations concerning recent work of general Interest. 62 rni siGUA liiA 1948-49 officers are Margaret Cuneo, President; Paul Brosman, Jr., Vice-President; Ethel Bronstein, Recording Secretary; Daniel Wogan, Treasurer; and Allen Gerrard, Assistant Treasurer. Is That Napoleon in the Back Row Viron Barnhlll Etfiel Bronstein Paul Brosman, Jr, Gloria Buzzelle Margaret Cuneo Jack Davis Simone Delery Adele Drouet Lionel Durel John Englekirk Donald Fabian Maud Ellen Farra Allen Gerrard MEMBERS Frank Goldman William Heald William Hunter Anna Frances Jones Helen Jordan Clara Landry Dagmar LeBreton Ondlna Lombardero Juanlta Martinez Richard McCutchen Panos Morphopoulos Manson Myers Zolla Nelken Victor Oelschlager Otto Ollvera Gladys Renshaw O ' Nell Richard Andrew Romeo Charles Sllln William Smith William Smither John Talmage Miriam Thompson Richard Thorpe Cora Elizabeth Turner Daniel Wogan Martha Worthlngton Pill _Sigma Iota was founded at Allegheny College In October, 1922 and became a national society on April 7, 1925. with the Installation of Beta chapter at the -Pennsylvania State College, The purposes and Ideals established at the beginning are still the guiding prin- ciples of +he more than forty active chapters of the Society. Phi Sigma lota encourages high scholarship and individual research In the field of the Romance languages and -Literatures and the promotion of amity between our nation and the nations using these languages. It rewards outstanding attainments In the field by admitting to membership college teachers and the very best advanced students of the Romance languages. Phi Kappa chapter was Installed at Tulane In 1947 largely through the efforts of Dr, Victor Oelschlager, who became the first president. At the monthly chapter meetings scholarly papers are presented and discussed by the members. The outstanding undergraduate paper of the year is selected to represent the chapter In the annual National Essay Contest sponsored by the Society. One " member Is also chosen to represent Phi Kappa as a delegate to the National Convention held every three years. Ach ja! Die Deu+schen OFFICERS JAMES W. HOLMES President LORELEI CARROLL Vice-President HANS W. FEI6ELMANN Secretary-Treasurer STEVAN A. COLEMAN Faculty Advisor MEMBERS D. Albright D. H. Helms, Jr. L, Bell J. W. Holmes Bobbie Sue Blanchard Rita Krestensen Karin Brandt D. Lago L. R. Brown R. J. Liplnski P. J. CangelosI M. A. Madoff R. Crawford A. H. Malus W, L. Crull Trudy Mlangolarra E. Dakutis Mrs. M. T. Moseley S. J. Danna B. Okel N. A. Davis R. L. Parsons H. Efron E. D. Pence, Jr. W. R. Eisner J. H. Phillips Dr. U. Fehlau C. Rolland H. W. Felbelmann R. J. Sehllnger W. E, Franklin. Jr. Darathy Simons Margot Frantzen Beth Smith A. R. Frederlckson O. R. Smith. Jr. L. Freese F. S. Stockwell R. Gluffria S. L. Vail W. Goedecke E, VanAmerongen M. Groben P. Warren J. Harris Dorothy Wild N. I. Hart J. V Ittman J. Harwell J. L. Wright The German Club was organized at Tulane to cultivate among the students a wholesome Interest in the German language by the presentation of German speakers, German films, and other entertainments. The club got into full swing at the beginning of the year with the Initial meeting being held at the Deutches Haus. Plans were carried out for Increasing the active membership of the club, and Ideas are being formulated for more diversified entertainment for the coming year. 63 Allii MlGi OFFICERS CHARLES F. FEE President ROBERT S. KLINE Vice-President NICKOLAS J. SCHREIBER Secretary-Treasurer Have You Any Oil in Your Backyard MEMBERS Phillip J. Scirotino Larry Usner John M. Carstens Joseph D. Williamson Leonard J. Autin Salvador T. Cristina Thomas P. Crozat Robert Seneres Richard H. Hasse H. L Hawkins William S. Jameson Guy B. Mioton John G. G ' Hern Hayward R. SantaCruz Ralph L. Tyler Reginald C. Wagner PROFESSORS AND ASSOCIATE MEMBERS John McCampbell Rhinehart Steinmayer G.E.O. is a fraternity founded for the pur- pose of honoring students of outstanding ac- tivity and scholastic ability in the study of geology. The fraternity endeavors to bring to the campus prominent geologists to lecture, and It sponsors field trips to local sites of geologic interest. Helping solve our social problems siciiLin an OFFICERS DOT SIMONS President JANET KERLIN Vice-President JOAN SOLOMON Secretary CHARLES SHEPHARD Treasurer MEMBERS Jeanne Amis Joyce Mulberg Dot Baer Blanche Myers Lucy Barrett Dot Myers Leone Block Rosemary Norton Josepti Cangleosi Anna Pandisio Jack Circle Beryl Rusakoff Noel Dillard Marietta Scheh John Duarte Myron Sheinfeld Clinton Effinger Charles Shephard Mary Hanneman Dorothy Simons R. Hayman Thomas Sissons Norman hiyams Joan Solomon Mary Jackson Sylvia Solomon Edward Johnson Jocelyn Spitz Janet Kerlin Kate Talbot Delores Krasne Martha Ann Taylor Betty Lamar Allen Tishman John Lour Madeline Tuminello E. A. Lott John Wohl David Lowry Arthur Weissman Marguerita Maldonado Daniel Wilson Jane Marriott Martha Zilberman Warren Mix The membership of the Sociology Club consists of students from both the Newcomb and Tulane Sociology departments and other interested students from allied fields. This club v«as organized in 1944 with a two-fold purpose: to foster an interest in Sociology and to allow those interested individuals an opportunity to meet and ex- change ideas. The Sociology Club meets once every two weeks and at these meetings a guest speaker is usually present. The members also have several parties during the year. 64 EMILE de ARMAS President OFFICERS EMILE de ARMAS President JOHN G. WARREN Vice-President ROBERT N. WALSH Secretary MARK P. LOWREY Treasurer MEMBERS Ervin M. Arata John McK Huddles+on, Jr. Walter J. Rooney, Jr. Lyie L. Barre James H. Kennedy Charles J. Rowe William J. Berg Gordon I. Kuhne Burl R. Sammons Raymond J. Boudreaux Kenneth C. Landry Albert J. Saputo William R. Brockway Ben K. Lohman hlarrison J. Schouest, Jr Harold C. Brumfield Marie P. Lowrey Frank R. Seavey Benedict J. Cimini, Jr. O. Ray Martin Suzanne L. Sere John W. Davis Lemuel W. McCoy Wilbur D. Starr Emile de Armas Jesse O. Morgan, Jr. Leonard Tate Frank T. Edson Salvatore C. Moschella Robert N. Walsh Milton hi. Finger Raymond E. Parkhurst John G. Warren Elmer hi. Flair John D. Parrish Thomas F. Williams Phares A. Frantz Don B. Pfefferle William H. Woodward Corrie P. Garms Mildred Poplcin Charles F. Wusthoff William P. Howard, Jr. Philip H. Roach, Jr. The Tulane Chapter of the American Institute of Architects was organized on January 6, 1947 for the purpose of establishing a liason between the student and the practitioner. Its membership is limited to third, fourth, and fifth year architecture students. The Society represents the school in all matters relating to the profession, finds employment in architectural offices for students during summer months and in gen- eral seeks to elevate the standards of the profession by stressing higher scholastic requirements. The Class of the Architects Hitii iisiiiin if iKmiun 65 iSIlim IF IlEtlBltlt OmiOBS OFFICERS ANDREW M. WOHLERT Chairman DANOEL H. VLIET Vice-Chairman DONALD W. URQUHART Secretary BONNIE E. JOHNSON Treasurer MEMBERS W. E. AicUen A. J. Bartlett L. J. Bateman H.J. Dalio S. J. Dreyfus Bernd Falk G. W. Flach Lin Ceo Gee M. H. Goldstein. Jr. V. L. Goodman H. L. Hammett, Jr. E. C. Hattier M. G. Hays M. A. Head J. A. Helmer G. A. Hero, ill E.J. Himel B. E. Johnson A. J. LaRocca R. F. Maxwell P. D. McHugh W. W. McKernan P. A. O ' Donnell M. N. Padwa G. E. Pearce Cornelius Parkins N. L. Sandelin G. C. Schroeder D. H. Vllet I. O. Vogt N. P. Watz B. A. Welsfeld A. M. Wohlert L. B. Wooten J. W. Elder The Tulane University Student Branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers provides the electrical engineering student with a society whose activities par- allel those of societies of profes- sional englnee ' -s. Student members come in contact with practicing engineers and their problems through technical study groups and ioint meetings with the grad- uate branch of the A.I.E.E. Technical activities conducted by the student branch of the A.I.E.E, are the presentation of student papers, the showing of technical movies and field trips 1o industrial plants. Social activi- ties consist of dances, wiener roasts and participation in the annual Engineer ' s Day skit and dance. Alcklen, Barflett, Bateman, Dreyfus, Elder, Falk, Goldstein, Gee, Hammett, Hattier, Hays, Head, Helmer, Himel, Johnson, Maxwell, Mc- Kernan, Pearce, Perkins, Schroeder, Vllet. Vogt. Wall, Weisfeld. Wohlert. 66 OFFICERS E. J. HEBERT President W. E. S. HANSEN Vice-President H. C. MALCHOW Secretary-Treasurer MR. F. W. MACDONALD Faculty Advisor MEMBERS F. A. Bell, Jr. G M. Suetig J. C. Bernard K. F. Gumnick L. Bodet N F. Hymel B. Jeffrey W. C. Bonie J. E. J. Brinkman J. J. Krebs. Jr. T. M. Burke H F. Le Mieux W. H. Butts J. P. McNamara A. R. Catik J. E. Meeks J. T. Chambers, Jr. W D. Miller W. R. Culpepper K. C. Overall F, J. Dalia J. L. Parker D. J. Daniels K. Petti e R. E. Du Frechou M J. Ruck L. L, Ellzey A. J. Simoneaux R. E. Evans R. K. Smith L. E. Flotte, Jr. M M. Snelling F. S. Foster, Jr. .S R. Stapleton 1. R. Foster, Jr. D E. Stevens M. M. Sauthier G J. Sullivan W. D. Grindl W D. Weidner The American Society of Civil Engineers Is primarily a technical organization which strives to advance its student members both professionally and socially. Professional advancement stems from the contacts with prominent practicing engineers who attend the monthly meetings as guest speakers. Frequent field inspection trips to local construction sites aid the members In their application of textbook theory. Representing the school of civil engineering, ASCE sponsors Its own social events to further friendship among Its members and takes an active part in the sup- port of worthy activities sponsored by the university. The campus surveyors McCrary got an eyeful of chemistry OFFICERS ALTON LANDRY President PIERRE HOLLOWAY Vice-President JAMES McCRARY Treasurer HAROLD MOKE Secretary DR. F. M. TAYLOR Faculty Advisor MEMBERS George G. Lambousy William C. Morel William A. Leftwich John G. LIpps, Jr. Thomas E. Louis William E. McWhirter John R, McLaughlin James W. McCrary, Jr. Pierre E. Holloway John W. Anderson Edward S. Atkinson Alton A. Landry Angelo V. GracI, Jr. R. L, Dahlberg Roger Knox Herbert P. GracI Thomas S. Allen Hector S. Valencia Frank R. Groves, Jr. Vernon L. Parrlsh Harold Moke Joe Landwehr This year marks the lOfh anniversary of the Ameri- can Institute of Chemical Engineers on the Tulane campus. The Tulane chapter was organized in March 1938. and Its first full school term was 38-39. In that year Professor Williamson and a group of students obtained a charter from the national headquarters and organized the nucleus of the present chapter. Time has changed the names on the membership roll, but under the guidance of Dr. Taylor our faculty advisor, our chapter has forged ahead and main- rained the ideals and standards of our predecessors. Membership In the " Institute " is open to all students interested In chemical engineering. The ad- vancement of interest in the field of chemical engi- neering and the achievement of high scholastic standards among the students in the school of chemical engineering are the ultimate obiectlves of the organization. Activities of the " Institute " Include lectures, nnovles, and field trips encouraging student interest In the profession. The " Institute " further creates a means of contact between the undergraduate and the practic- ing engineer. All this helps to breach the gap be- tween the class room theory and actual industrial practice. Although technical in nature, the " Institute " spon- sors social events which serve to strengthen the ties of friendship among the members. The chapter is also interested in aiding the students to realize their ambitions as chemical engineers. 67 ilPBI OFFICERS ALTON A. LANDRY President JOHN W. ANDERSON Vice-President ROBERT A. LONGMIRE Reporter ANGELO V. GI?ACL JR Recorder W. K. WITHERSPOON .... Master of Ceremonies NEVILLE CULL Alumni Secretary PIERRE E. HOLLOWAY Historian DR. D. A. SHIRLEY Chapter Advisor MEMBERS John W. Anderson Alton A. Landry F. J, Monteleone r. M. Birdwell Joseph C. LandwehrC. E. Owens Fred E. Bennet, Jr. Bruce LeBlanc Jose L. Perdomo Neville Cull John G. Lipps, Jr. W. Lee Poe Robert J. French Robert A. Lonqmire George A. Schmit R. B. Galbrefh Thomas E. Louis George K. Shaw Ted Goreau Robert B, Marston Sidney Vail, Jr. Angelo V. Graci, JrJ. R. McLaughlin Larry Webb Pierre E. Holloway W. E. McWhirter W. K. Witherspoon George G. Lambous Alfred P. Mills Paul Yeats H. _C. Moke Alpha Chi Sigma is a professional chemical frater- nity open to qualified men in chemistry and chemical engineering. The Alpha Tau Chapter was organized at Tulane In the spring of 1928. The three objects of the fraternity are: 1. To bind its members with a tie of true and lasting friendship. 2. To strive for the advancement of Chemistry both as a science and a profession. 3. To aid its members by every honorable means in the attainment of their ambitions as chemists throughout their lives. Active participation in Alpha Chi Sigma does not cease with the graduation of the student member. No matter where he seeks employment he will be close enough to one of the 29 professional chapters to share in its activities. The Alpha Tau Chapter sponsors annually a fresh- man essay contest in Chemistry at Tulane. It also sponsors a safety program and maintains a display case in the Richardson Chemistry Building. Chemistry or Schuffle-board Who said good-looking girls didn ' t talce chemistry? OFFICERS GAYLE M. 5CHWARZENBACH .... President GEORGE K. SHAW Vice-President GEORGE G. LAMBOUSY Secretary STANFORD P. HERRON Treasurer One ot the newest organizations of the Tulane- Newcomb campus is the Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society, which was established here during the summer session of 1945. With Dr. John Scott as its faculty advisor, the group func- tions to stimulate interest In the more modern ad- vances in chemistry. Members have the oppor- tunity to learn, and to express themselves in the various branches of their chemical interests by the presentation of originally prepared papers, and by informal discussions. SitlEII 68 JESSE O. MORGAN President OFFICERS JESSE O. MORGAN. JR President DONALD B. PFEFFERLE . ' .... Vice-P e den WILLIAM R. BROCKWAY Secrets™ KENNETH C. LANDRY TrelTuVJ, BENEDETTO J. CIMINI Seraeant t Arm PROF. CHARLES R. COLBERT ■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.-.■ . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' .Faculty Ad i=° ' MEMBERS J. B Adams J. T. Fulco C. J. Rowe L. J. Guido E. M. Arata W. J. Galloway B. L. Sammons W T Guild H. Barkley L. A. Garcia A. J. Saputo W J Hess ,., ; ' " ' " ■ ' ' • Garms H. J. Schouest J. F. Hester y- J- Berg J E Hand S. L. Sere J. McK. Huddleston ■J- B. Blitch W. P. Howard R. Z. Smith R D Irvine E. J. Bondurant R. B. Hunter W. D. Starr R E Kellogg R. J. BoudreauK J. H. Kennedy A. D. Steinberg I. J Kohler W. R. Brockway G. I. Kuhne L. Tate E. Konchagulian H. C. Brumtield K. C. Landry E. Van Amerongen T. S. Meric B. J. Callarie J. A. Lizarraga L. F. Wagner C E Murphv W. R. Campbell B. K. Lohman R. N. Walsh l. ' A ' Ochsner B. J. Cimini M. P. Lowrey J. C. Warren P M O ' Neat N. G. Colthap L. W. McCoy T. F. Williams W W Paine K. S. Conley O. R. Martin W. H. Woodward J C Path J. W. Davis J, O. Morgan, Jr. C. F. Wusthoff G E Plaxco E. de Armas S. W. Moschella E. Bentin E Polits J- T. Dent G. R. Murrell J. W. Bilotta R. D. Reed H. Diaz R. E. Parkhurst J. F. Brennan W. T Schmitt F. J. Dreyfous J. D. Parrish T. G. Chachere R. L. Schroeder F- T- Edson D. B. Pfefferle R. A. Choat J. Shelton H. M. Favrot J. B. Reed H. S. Eichenbaum R D Seay M. H. Finger P. H. Roach J. B. Freret R. E. Triche E. H. Flair J. A. Romano R. Garland R D Wynne P. A. Frantz W. J. Rooney L. A. Goldstein J. R. Young The T.A.S., with membership open to all students in Architecture, is an organization whose purpose is to foster fellowship between the students in social and academic relationships, cooperation between the school and the students, and good-will be- tween the School of Architecture and the other Engineering Schools. T.A.S. founded in 1913 is one of the oldest organizations in the College of Engi- neering. Old or new, they it for rr mu iitmnniBii sicini 69 liciiiiBS ' lECiiiiicim im Not A Suit in the Bunch OFFICERS LOUiS WINGATE President ELLIOT HEBERT Vice-President LEM McCOY Secretary ROBERT OVERALL Treasurer Chester Alpaugh Henderson Barkley Jim Blitch Roger Cox Emile de Armas Johnny Elder Lyman Ellzey Tim Favrot Elmer Flair Phares Frantz Richard Fox Walter Gagnet Richmond Galbreth MEMBERS William Galloway Jeff Green Tom Green Karl Gumnick Wermund Hansen Elliot Hebert Pierre Halloway Don LaGarde Alton Landry Henry Lemieux Bob Longmire Lem McCoy John Meeics Jessie Morgan Guy Oliver Bob Overall Don Pfefferle Walter Rooney Sam Ross Dan Vliet Johnny Warren Bill Weidner Louis Wingate Andrew Wohlert Joseph Landwehr The Engineers ' Technological Atelier was found- ed in 1936, and was originally called the Engi- neers ' Trucking Association. The E.T.A. is an hon- orary society which sponsors the annual Engi- neer ' s forum and also sponsors the Engineer ' s smoker and the Engineers ' day program whose high-light is the crowning of the queen of the Engineering student body 70 MPII II EXECUTIVE COUNCIL . WESLEY BOWMAN President ENLISTMENT VICE-PRESIDENTS . TOM QUALLS St. Charles Sunday School DOTTIE ANNE SMITH St. Charles B.T.U. TED LOWERY First Sunday School TOM KOLB First B.T.U. BILL CULPEPPER Valence and Other BILL JAMESON Social Vice-President ROSEMARY NORTON Devotional Vice-President JOAN ROEHL Secretary " HARRY ENSLEHARDT Publicity Director TOM SISSON Chapel Director MARY JACKSON Hostess-Librarian RUSSELL FOSTER Music Director EDGAR WHITFIELD Missions Director PHIL 8ULTMAN Inter-Faith Chairman DR. T. T. EARLE Faculty Advisor REV. E. V. APPLING Pastor Advisor MARY LEE VINES Student Secretary An organization which represents, includes, and unities all of the Baptist student activities on the campus, the Baptist Student Union seeks to preserve the relationship of the student with his church and to continue the religious education which his home church has begun. Thus, it acts as a connection link between the college and the church. Pledging itself to promote the Christian movement, and to spread the Christian spirit by all means and at ail times, the group welcomes those who share its ideals. In its various activities it desires to enlist Baptist students in a fellowship of church and social life; to unite the strength of the students in any program of special relig- ious emphasis which may be undertaken; to interpret the faith in a way pertinent to the needs of the day; and to unite the intellectual with the religious in such a way as to produce the Maximum Life. Must be last year ' s JAMBALAYA Why so gium, Dabney? OFFICERS DICK WILSON President HAROLD PIKE Vice-President JANET KERLIN Secretary DABNEY EWIN Treasurer BOB WITCHER Publicity Chairman THE REV. FR. ROBERT H. MANNING . . . Chaplain MEMBERS Lanier Allingham Mimi Murson Eugenia Baird Robert Mussnug Bernard Borie, Jr. Charlene McCorkle Dodle Brisby Pat O ' Sullivan Lee Buddeke Wynne Pearce, Jr. Mary Frances Bu+ler Carolyn Petti ss Hunt Comer Harold Pike Micky Cote Mary Durland Sapp Jimmy Cravy Ann Sartain Yonnie Dahl Julian Sims Dabney Ewln Bob Smith Francis Ford Joyce Staba Joan Gillis Edward Bryan Turner James K. Goodlad Philip Watson Mary Grace Jack Wetnmann Janet Kerlin Helen Werlein Yvonne Lyie Richard Wilson Fleur Marcoux Robert Witcher Mary Mattage Shirley Young Hank Millon Canterbury Club is the official national organiza- tion of the Episcopal Church on the college campus. Every member or friend of the Church is eligible to participate in its program of worship, study, serv- ice and fellowship. Pending construction of the Francis Lister Hawks Student Center, the weekly Wednesday morning serv- ices of Holy Communion and Thursday evening meet- ings and discussion groups are held in the temporary Student Room, 7020 Zimple Street, corner Audubon. The services of the Chaplain are available to all students of ihe University. lERBin Clii 71 [nmsiui niGME iSGiiiu OFFICERS HAROLD A. LEVEY, JR Presidenf LEON C. SOULE Vlce-Presidenh MYRA L. SCHWARTZ Recording Secretary FRED GUIDRY Corresponding Secretary PATSY JO McDowell Treasurer MRS. C. L. COATES Adviser MEMBERS Fred Guidry Myra L. Schwartz Frank M. Heroy, Jr. Leon C. Soule Stanley Kottemann Jack F. Steele Harold A. Levey, Jr. Norman R. Tilden Patsy Jo McDowell Christian Science Organization at the Tulane University of Louisiana was formed in Decem- ber. 1943, and is authorized by the Manual of The Mother Church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. Regular weekly testimonial meetings are held on the campus. Students and faculty members are invited to attend. The purposes of this organization are to unite the Christian Scientists within the Unl- ve " rsity in closer bonds of Christian fellowship, +0 welcome Christian Scientists entering the University; and to afford to the entire Uni- versity the opportunity to learn the truth about Christian Science as taught in the Christian Science textbooks, the Bible and " Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures " by Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science. Christian Science Organization 1 That ' s Schindler with the tie on SiiJ UiU 72 OFFICERS ALLEN SCHINDLER President LORRAINE FOX Vice-President MARILYN SOLL Recording Secretary SHIRLEY DUSSOR . . . Corresponding Secretar EMILE IBELE Treasurer MEMBERS Betty Ruth Barrere Emile " Oats " Ibele Ed Bothe Dlclc Kerwoth Karin Brandt Elearnor Luecke Lorelei Carroll Jane Lee Luft Jim Daniels Billy Relnhardt Marilyn De Wint Norman Relslng Shirley Dussor Buddy Roepe Mitzi Evans Allen Schindler Lorraine Fox John Stewart Marilyn Goll Dan Wilder William Hagstette Flora Mae Zlegler Lothar Hornuff Gamma Delta Is a National Lutheran Fraternity founded In 1934. by representatives from twenty mid -western universities. The Alpha Upsilon chap- ter was started at Tulane in 1942 and since then has been one of the leading religious organizations here. Meeting on the first and third Wednesdays of each month, the group strives to maintain and encourage Lutheran fellowship on the campus. Although primarily for Lutheran students, It wel- comes members of all faiths who wish to join in their social and religious life, Pastoral advisor is Rev. Hugo Hartmann. FlINIHl iK OFFICERS LOU WEINER President BENNETT WEINBAUM Vice-President ISABELLA BRAUDES Secretary BETTY CORNMAN Treasurer JOYCE MULBERG Elected member at large STANLEY RABIN Elected member at large MEMBERS Beryl Ames Mason Griff Beryl Rusakof Isabella Braudes Eli Harmon _ Gerson Saltz Maurice Burk Rosamond Harris Arthur Schor Joan Cahn Nathaniel Hart Gerald Scholsser Stanley Cantor Norman Hyams Stanley Schwa m Sheila Carmel Mervine Jankower Jack Sherman Eherd Cohen Mel Kahn Florence Siniarsky Ray Cohen Don Katz Irving Skiball Betty Cornman Leonard Koch Bertha Jean Stein Leonard Diamond Gertrude Koniarsky Art Steinberg Margaret Dingfelder Mary Jane Krensky Richard Steinberg Lawrence Dornfest Bertha Langer Earl Trachtenberg Myron Eichler Marilyn Lavigne Dave Tuman Steve Ellis Morrie Levy Bob Weihrauch Hans Feibleman Jerry Maliner Conrad Weil Barbara Fein berg Jordon Matlin Bennett Weinbaum Sandra Fichtner Given Midio Robert Weinreich Sewall Fine Joyce Mulberg Lou Wiener Shirley Finkelstein Alex Newman Selwyn Willig Dorothy Fisher Ann Pake Abe Winter Henry Freedman Morton Pepper Joe Wolf Ruth Fry Mildred Popkin Harry Yoffee Don Salient Stanley Rabin Edward Zaita Leatrice Gerstenblith Myron Rappaport Herbert Zeffert Marvin Gluckstern Walter Re iter The Hillel Councellorship was founded at Tulane Uni- versity in March, 1947. Its purpose is to provide informa- tion on current Jewish problems and to give to Jewish students at Tulane and Newcomb a full religious life while at school. Although founded on this campus only two years ago, the group has already made great strides and has a full orogram planned. Check that array of " Hes ■.■.w.-;...-,-.-...:-:-x.:... 49 m Fresh out of Scabbards and Blades OFFICERS CLINTON W. EFFINGER, III Captain SAM MATTINA 1st Lieutenant CHARLES MUTCHELL 2nd Lieutenant JOSEPH W. BALMER Ist Sergeant MEMBERS Phi lip E. Albrecht Sam Mattina Joseph W, Balmer Arturo Munoz- Me Howes Peter H. Beer Charles Mutchell Lawrence Campulfi Charles R, Murphy Henry G. Casserleigh, Jr. . Sam F. Parker Ray S. Clement Russell L. Parpal Bernard J. Conroy Russell M. Porter Robert L. Douglas John R, Rarick Clinton Ward Effinger, III Charles C. Sarrls Charles S, Fontelieu James D. Schneider Lyie J. Garitty Louie T. Shiell Frederick M. Guice Joseph E. Stockwell Randal A. Houldobre Ernest C. Walley Rivers R. King Eugene P. Walter Harvey F. A. Kreft William D. Wei! Wallace E. Mathes, Jr. Forrest C. Wilson Scabbard and Blade, national honorary military science society, was reactivated on the Tulane campus in 1948 after a period of wartime inactivity. At present, its rolls include thirty-seven members " chosen from outstanding cadet officers in the Air Force and Army Reserve Officer Training Corps. Scabbard Blade has sponsored several projects concerning military education Jn this city. It planned and gave the second Annual Military Ball this year, In addition to a series of informal social events such as the " famous " DUKW rides. Under the guidance of its Captain, cadet Colonel Clinton W. Effinger. Ill, the Tulane Chapter. " E-S, " has grown into a strong organization and a unifying force in the Air Force and Army R.O.T.C. units. Through its aid and influence. Scabbard Blade has attempted to maintain the high level of military Iraining in the Tulane R.O.T.C. 73 1 J OFFICERS JOHN C. DODT, III President FRANK M. CHALAIRE, III Vice-President GRACE SMITH Secretary ROBERT N. BOSE Treasurer GERALD H. SCHONEKAS, JR Marshall REV. MALCOLM B. STRASSEL Moderator COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN ANN OLIVER Religious Activities SYDNEY SMITHERS Membership GUERLAIN BEAUCOUDRAY .... Social Activities ROBERT HARGRAVE Social Activities WILLIAM J. OBERHELMAN, JR. . House Committee THOMAS R. DRUHAN. JR. . . . Editor. " The News " R. LEE CARMEDELLE Business Manager LOYCE V. BROWNSON Publicity ALBERT A. DOSKEY Sports GAYLE SCHWARZENBACH Initiation ROBERT A. LONGMIRE Reception NICK J. GAGLIANO ._ Alumni The Newman Club this year again sponsored a pro- gram of fostering the religious, Intellectual, and social Interests of the 2000 Catholic students at Tulane. " Social Responsibilities of the Catholic Student " was the Club ' s theme for the year, along with the 450 other Newman Clubs throughout the nation which comprise the Newman Club Federation. Club functions were held regularly nine times weekly. Dally rosary and weekly Communion were stressed; discussion classes in philosophy and moral theology were offered; and lectures by guest speakers were given at the weekly Tuesday afternoon meetings in Gibson Hall. In addition, the Club sponsored many other events — a retreat, two Days of Recollec- tion, a Christmas toy drive for orphans (which sup- plied three orphanages), and many social functions the Fourth Annual Newman Club Variety Show Night, a Hallowe ' en party, Christmas caroling. Twelfth Night, a St. Valentine ' s Day party, MardI Gras truck ride in the Krewe of Orlenlans, and finally a May formal to end the year on a high note of activity and achievement. Clockwise, they are Even Me+hodists learn about marriage EUn FOIN OFFICERS GRADY HORNE President CATHERINE NAEF Vice-President JOAN DONALDSON Secretary JOYCE MYERS Treasurer The Wesley Foundation for 1948 and 1949 was sponsored by Mrs. Frances Pollard and had a suc- cessful year. The many activities held by the group were enjoyed by all who participated. Activities for the year included: wiener roasts and hay rides, square dances, and Saturday afternoon get-togeth- ers to listen to out of town football games. Each Thursday afternoon from 5 to 6 a meeting of the Foundation was held at which time outside speak- ers gave talks on topics of current Interest. 74 OFFICERS WARREN A. MIX President BETTY OEHMIS Vice-President LUCILLE BLAKE Recording Secretary JOYCE JOHNSON Corresponding Secretary ANNE McASKILL. JULES LIZARRAGA . Public Relations DEBORAH BERRY Social Chairman BOB PARSONS Interest Group Chairman BETSY GARRISON. . . Inter-Faith Council Representative WARREN A. MIX, . . Inter-Faith Council Representative MISS LOUISE McCOMB Counselor MEMBERS Doug Albright Billie Harper Bert Shrine Elizabeth Barkdull Betty Hennigar Gordon Sinclair Deborah Berry Phyllis Hobbs Caryl SmidI Lucille Blake Joyce Johnson Arthur Smith Bob Bland Aubrey Liggett Frank Smith Diane Burdett Flora Lockridge Blanche Snowden Nancy Burdett Marion Loehlin Mar ianne Sprinkle Mac Bulfoch, Jr. Bob McAfee Flora Talmage Shirley Claiborne Anne McAskill Letitia Torian Harris Copenhaver Doris McHan Don Trinkle Paul Dastugue Frank McMillen Ruth Washington Kay Davis Wilbur McMillan Barbara Watson Margaret Endress Morris Middleton Marie Watson McLain Forman Warren Mix Doug Watters Bobby Frederich Donald Muller Patricia Wei ton Roslfa Garcia Paul Newell Mariorie White Betsy Garrison Betty Oehmig Mary Whitehead Angellne Goodwyn Hope Reld Leigh Williams Emily Goss Virginia Provost Patricia Williams John Hagelin Adair Ramsay Robert WImberley David Hamilton Mary Rush Barbee Winston Sancy Hamilton Bill Schoenborn Allen Wright Fellowship Suppers once a month and " cokes and con- versation " once a month have been the two forms of meetings carried out this year by the Westminster Fel- lowship, the organization on campus tor all Presbyterian students. The Fellowship suppers held In the Educational Build- ing of the St, Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church, of- ficial designated church for Presbyterian student:, are planned, prepared, and served by the students them- selves. The supper Is followed by a recreation period which Includes such things as group singing and skits. The meetings are usually concluded by a student panel discussion, a guest speaker or a film. " Cokes and conversation " is an informal discussion group held in the Canterbury Club rooms on Zimple St. Discussions led by either professors or students rang- ing from personal problems to world affairs are held at these meetings. Other activities of the Fellowship include: the prepara- tion of a handbook " The Informer " for the new Presby- terian students, an " open house " in September, the furnishing of Sunday school teachers to the local church and outpost churches and other social activities. ri mnw Mix and fellow Presby+erians seem happy about the whole thing ■sfiSi -Slv?::; OFFICERS JAMES B. BLITCH .... President KENNETH C. LANDRY . . . Vice-President SALVATORE MOSCHELLA . . . Secretary WILLIAM WOODWARD . Treasurer BUFORD L PICKENS . . , Faculty Member A. HERBERT LEVY Faculty Adviser J HERNDON THOMPSON Faculty Member MEMBERS Emile de Armas Jesse O. Morgan James B. Blitch Salvatore Moschella Raymond J. Boudreaux William Woodward Kenneth C. Landry The Gargoyle Society was founded at Cor- nell University in 1901, expanding Into a na- tional organization In 1917. The Tulane Chapter of Gargoyle, the national architectural honor society, was established In 1923. Membership in the society is the highest academic honor which a student of architecture at Tulane may attain. Qualifications for membership include high scholastic average and a demonstration of leadership in the profession of architecture. Members are selected from the 3rd, 4th, and 5th year students of the School of Architec- ture. Active alumni make up the major pro- portion of the membership, carrying and sus- taining in the profession the Ideals and tradi- tions of the Society, and materially aiding in their perpetuation. The Tulane Chapter spon- sors an annual architectural design competition open to members of the sophomore and junior classes of the school. 75 liiEB-Fnm tiiini OFFICERS WARREN A. MIX Chairman JANET KERLIN Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS BAPTIST STUDENT UNION: Dan Powell, Miss Mary Lee Vines, adviser. CANTERBURY CLUB: Janet Kerlin, Bob Witch- er, and Rev. Bob Manning, adviser, HILLEL FOUNDATION: Margaret Dingfelder. Harlan Sindell, and Dr. Zolly Levin, adviser. GAMMA DELTA: Allen Schindler. WESLEY FOUNDATION: Grady Home, and Mrs. Pollard, adviser. WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP: Warren A. Mix, Jules Lizarraga, and Miss Louise McComb, adviser. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: Patsy McDowell, Hal Levey, and Mrs. Curtis Coats, adviser. DISCIPLES: Roland Blalock, and Rev. Carnie Burchan, adviser. CHANNING: Dick Thorpe, and Rev. Alfred Hobart, adviser. The Tulane University Inter-Fa If h Council, organized in January, 1949, and open to two representatives and an adviser from each re- ligious organization on the campus, has as its purpose the promotion of religious emphasis among students and an increased understand- ing on the part of students of the fundamental tenets of all faiths represented. The Council has as one of its annual projects the presentation of a Religious Emphasis Week, embracing ad- dresses by outstanding clergymen of all re- ligious backgrounds. Merger of Religions Politicians from the old school n sicMi uriiji OFFICERS CLIVE CUMMIS President JAMES SCHNEIDER Vice-President JULIAN CAMPBELL Secretary-Treasurer DR. KALMAN SILVERT Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Elmer Freed Joseph Bloom William Gordy Juanita Weil Harry Cohen Elwood Rollins John Marque R. E. Johnson Noel E. Parmentel, Cllve S. Cummis Lionel Vasse Raphael Tuck Paul Brosman, Jr. Herbert Benefield James Schneider Wllburn Atkinson James Murphy Julian Campbell Kalman Silvert William Shaw Lennox Moak John Kieffer John Gillespie James Badeaux Pi Sigma Alpha Is a national, honorary, Political Science fraternity. Its purpose is to stimulate pro- ductive scholarship and intelligent interest in the subject of Government. Members are elected from honor students and members of the faculty in the field of Political Science. 76 0J J5 Ins ' it ! it Left to right: Capt. Otto J. Grover. U.S.A.F.; Ma|. Daniel K. Phlppen, U.S.A. F.: Col. G. F. Hcaney, Jr., U.S.A.-T.C; Lt. Col. W. F. Curry, U.S.A.F.; Lt. Col, F, L. Wood, Jr., U.S.A.F.; Mai. W. H. ICarstcdt, U.S.A.-T.C. COL. GEORGE F. HEANEY, JR., U.S.A.-T.C. Ill.IJ, First row: Col. Clinton F. Effinger, III. Second row: Lt. Col. Nolan A. Theriot. Third row: Maj. Robert G. Marchelos, Rivers R. King, Joseph E. S+ockwell. Joseph S. Ward. Fourth row: M Sgt. Philip E. Albrecht, M Sgt. Ralph H. Loewenthal. Leff to right: M Sgts. Royce, Calbrane. Howell, Schoupe. Stanton. Smith, Bennett, Edwards. 11? " ' ' m- ' " :V " t £ ' i ' l.- i . t., V •« « ( L 7i t L J -11 1 M ■ AUti AIR FORCE 1 I SM AIR FORCE 1 u Capt. Munoz-Mellowes. A. Capt, Schneider. J. D. 1st Lt. Parker S f. 1st First Flight Sgt. Rizan, S. 3. 1st Lt, Mattina 1st First Flight n. 2nd M Sgt. Wimberly. 3. G Sgt. Penne. J. 2nd Lt. Beer, 2nd Lt. Bulllu P. ng H. M A. M, Sgt. Richardson, E. M. 2nd Lt. Weil. W. Lt. Lazarre, M. M. Cpl. Cpl. ls+ Element Williams, W. L Fine, S. 3. Second Element Cpl. Johnson, E. R. Cpl. Rottienberg, M. Third Element Cpl. Boisfontaine, C. R. C. Cpl. Weil S. C. Cpl. Cpl. Cpl. Cpl. Cpl. Cpl. 1st Element Rauch. J. B Eisenstein. R. Friedman W. Thorne, T. W. Buckland. A. C. Chonet, .H. E. Second Element Cpl. Waters. P. D. Third Element Cpl. Marcus, W. Cpl. Cpl. Cpl. Cpl. hlyams, J. L. Hyatt, A. W. Maniatis, J. J. Litner, P. H. Cpl. Joseph, E. Cpl. Cameron, C. Y Cpl. Yglesias, 1. A. Cpl. Morgan, J. L. Cpl. Cislak, C. W. Cpl. Eisner, W. R Cpl. Weinreich, R. A. Cpl. Murray, J. P. Cpl. Hyams, N. Cpl. Sindell, H, W. Cpl. Steele, J. C. Cpl. Miller, J. S. Cpl. Starks, R. F. Cpl. Newburn G. G Cpl. Sladovich, G. Cpl. Hammett, R. B Cpl. Smolen, D. R. Second Flight 2nd Lt. Balmer, J W 2nd Lt. Jacobs, J. J. M Sgt. Franklin, H. J. Second Flight 1st Element Second Element Third Element 2nd Lt. Corbin, D. L. 2nd Lt. Porter, M. M. M Sgt. Monier, G. Cpl. Morales, P. H. Cpl. Wimbish, J. C. Cpl. Short. B. R. 1st Element Second Element Third Element Cpl. Hammill, H. A Cpl. Livaudals. E. F. Cpl. Smelson, tH. 1. Cpl. Manuele, J. L. Cpl. Priede, F. Cpl. Randolph, J, T. Cpl, Matlin, J, S, Cpl. Willig, S. S Cpl. Gluckstern. M. Cpl. Berger, M. E. Cpl, Zisi, W. Z. Cpl. Comeaux . . L. Cpl. Ghesqulera, W. C. Cpl. Wilder, D. L. Cpl. Parker, L. F. Cpl. Vogt, W. M. Cpl. Cox. F. R. Cpl, Brownlee, H, L Cpl. Litt, Sol Cpl. Schiale, D. J. Cpl. Dryfuse. R. H. Cpl. Behrend, W. W Cpl. Carinhas, J. 3. Cpl. Harris, D. E. Cpl. Feldman, R S. Cpl. Solodner, L. Cpl, Ellis. S. E. Cpl. Guderian. R. J. Cpl. Beal, T. P. Cpl. Schneider. S. H Cp . Wells. R. M. Cpl. St, Onge. D, G. " SI|Q g|g|Pj|ISl-W ' " ' i i winr .tit t-xf V1 -? y MIADROi 1st Lt. Wilson, F. C. A!R FORCE Capt. Walley, E. E. 1st Sgt. Mollen. S. P. 2nd Lt. Schenk, T. Rrst Flight isi Element Cpl, Nixon, W. L. Cpl. Dumestre, L. J. Cpl. Lazard, S. H. Cpl. Hammett, D. A. Cpl. Hanley, C. M. Cpl. Harris. 0. J. 2nd Lt. Small G. W. Ist Element Cpl. Joiner, B. J. Cpl. August, N. Cpl. Strauss, S. J. Cpl. Cohn, S. R. Cpl. Kempson, R. L. Cpl. Moll, M. N. M Sgt. Alker, E. C. Second Element Cpl. Restum, .A. A. Cpl. Metzger, J. A. Cpl. Stern, R. L.. Cpl. Levy, D. L. Cpl. Willis, W. J. Cpl. Gordon, L. F. Second Fliqht 2nd Lt. Guice, F. M. Second Element Cpl. Dakutis, E. Cpl. Timmis, T. W. Cpl. Lenzle, R. J. Cpl. Hyatt, J. G. Cpl. Lauaux, L. A. Cpl. Steele. J. F. 2nd Lt. Shiell, L. T. Third Element Cpl. BIythe, D. F. Cpl. Kauffman, F. D. Cpl. Friedman, H. K. Cpl. Moore, R. D. Cpl. Tramonte, F. S. Cpl. Harrnon, E. B. M Sgt. Nunn, W. M. Third Element Cpl. Hart, R. R. Cpl. Willis, J. E. Cpl. Shapiro, H. A. Cpl. Palazzola, J. J. Cpl. Oberhelman, W. J. Cpl. Pence, E. D. MURni D AIR FORCE Capt. Houidobre. R. A. 1st Lt. Clement, R. S. 1st Sgt. Roden, A. H. First Flight 2nd Lt. Douglas, R. L. 2nd Lt. Ambler. P. S. M Sgt. Tyler. R. L. Second Element Third Element 1st Element Cpl. Diblin. C. A. Cpl. Taylor, R. E. Cpl. Dore, W. E. Cpl. Eiciienbaum, H. Cpl. Cutrone, C. A. Cpl. Crary, J, O. 2nd Lt. Sarris, C. C. 1st Element Cpl. Durham, M. H. Cpl. Baus, J. B. Cpl. Waits, J, D. Cpl. Webb, W. C. Cpl. Patin, R. X. Cpl. Matthews. J. Cpl. Kline. C. A. Cpl. Nagstette, W. J. Cpl. Moll, T. J. Cpl. Weibrauch, R. Cpl. Newman. J. B. Cpl. Smith, C. H. Cpl. Lelong, F. R. Cpl. Sturtz, R. N. Cpl. Kohn, L Cpl. Ferreri, S. Cpl. Batt, J. A. Cpl. Maibach, H. Second Flight 2nd Lt. Ambler. P. S., ill. M Sgt. Shardelli. Second Elemeni Cpl. Jenkins, W. A. Cpl. Randolph, D. M. Cpl. Zaita, E. Cpl. Blumberg, E. Cpl. Berniard, R. J. Cpl. Wilson. L. W. Third Element Cpl. Parquier, C. L. Cpl. Masur, D. H. Cpl. Poirrier, W. J. Cpl. Delery, J. D. Cpl. Drost, R, K. Cpl. Sanders, M. S. Of ' ,J r:. IlliSFIBlillli cmips CADET OFFICERS Lt. Col. Mitchell, C. S. Cpl. Johnson, E. L. Major Rarick J. R. Major WaUer. E, P. Captain Murphy, C. R. M Sgt. Althans, W. K. M Sgt. Lamar, C. Sgt. Id Fontelieu, C. S. Sgt. Id Conroy, 3. ). Cpl. Bush, D. W, Top: COMPANY " A " TO. Caot. Mathes, W. E., 1st Lt. Camoulli, Sgt. Id. Gavora, G., 1st S t. Saritty, L. J. 1st PLATOON, 2nd Lt. Sardnsr, D. E., Sgt. Detelice, S J., Sgt. Phillips. E. M. Ist SQUAD, Cpls. Jacoi s, R. B., Herzfeld, S. H.. Gaudet, P. A., Morrison, J. G., Wick, A. A. 2nd SCPUAD, Cpls. Fournet, J. D., Grnnberry, W. S., Barron, A. S., Batson, -_ " .. A., Grissom, R. White, W. A., Wilson, J. M. 3rd S(?UAD, Cpls. Ward, J. W., Hijuelos L. A,, Fields, R. M., Morgan, G. F., Renaudin G. V ., Dunbar, S. R. 2nd PLATOON, 2nd Lt. Brewster, C. B., Sgt. Kunz, E. A., Sgt, Wright, R. E. Ist SQUAD, Cpls. Mays, M, A., Balmer, H. C. Oqden L. B. Wren, H. B., Leach, T. H., Franseen, L. R. 2nd SQUAD; Cpls. Relnhardt, W. B., Serna, E. C, Earlow, F. R., Heintz, L. F., Kurzman i., Miell P. F.. Orkin, M. 3rd SQUAD, Cpls., Wong, K., Harrington, W. P., Areana, J. D., Chatham, N. P., Thompson, R. E., Weyer, H. I., Wilhe ' -i, I. E. Top: COMPANY " B " rC, Capt. McCrary, J. W., Ist Lt. Thompson, J. A. Sgt. Id. Parpal, R. L., lit Sgt. Fneba, R. S. Ist PLATOON, Sgt. Durke, H. C, Sgt. Netick, J. Ist SQUAD. Cpls. Faust, J. C, Blackwell, R. E.. Flotte L. E., Hyland. A. W.. Sinclair, G. A.. Onstad, R. 2nd SQUAD, Ccli. Reiter, W. C, Pardue, V . P., Beasley, F. A., Usdin, J. A., Caplan, E. A, Myers, H. B. 3rd SQUAD. Cpls. heisig, N. W., Kisber, J., Bonura, C. M . Douglas, R., Feuillan, W. A., Wright, E. E. 2nd PLATOON, 2nd Lt. Sr sed, H. P., Sgt. Hooper, P. G., Sgt. Schwam, S. Ist SQUAD, Cpls., Peyrou- R. A., McKay, J. T., Fugler, R. J., C ' essy, R. P., Hess, W. J. Wood, H. L. 2nd SQUAD, Cpls. Daniels, D. J., Betancourt, A. A. Bookman, P. H., Kello;j, R. E., Nash, R. M., Rarick, J. B. 3rd SQUAD. Cpls. Huttner, I. W., Ernst H.-Q. Bender, R. R., Binkmann, R. R., Pinell, J. G., Grost, R. K. St ai«l|ilg BB iilia SHI B.l.T.t, CAPTAIN HARRY D. POWER, USN Pirsf Row: Capt. Harry D. Power, USN; Comdr. T. C. Edrinqton, USN; Maj. K. W. Norton, USMC. Second Row: Lt. (i.g.) R. C. Harris, Jr., USNR; Lt. Cmdr. L, L. de Latour. USN; Lt, Cmdr. G. M. Reeves, USN; Lt. J. C. Yanzant, (SC) USN. First l?ow: rNC F. W. Wtiite; Miss Beverly Roussel; CI?M Johnson. Second Row: Fire Controlman L. E. Farmer; T Sgt. J. L. Jordan; GMC A. L. Broqdon; SKC T. E. May; 503 Y . J. Holt. The Navy at Homecoming Hi, rilfiiiiii i R. L. EMERY. F. H. Blue W. P. Gardner D. E. Carson J. B. Parker L. R. PROVOSTY J. E. Jackson B. E. Blankenship C. D. McDonald W. R. Cylpeppsr E. T. PITCHER. W. L. Crull, III L. C. Leonard W. A. Moak J. L. Regan i- FIRST SQUAD . Squad Leader J. L. Hannah J. J. Sal ad i no A. W. Dykers R. A. Sterkx J. F. Hassenphjg R. I. Boudreaux R. J. Collins SECOND SQUAD Squad Leader H. B. Alsobrook P. F. Dastugue M. M. Pepper W. K. Grant A. J. Deex R. L. Schroeder, M.P.O. th:rd squad C. G. Gillette R. M. Richards D. L. Henry Squad Leader W. G. Beckham R. J. Norton A. L. Powers n-fU!flli2 FIRST SQUAD G. W. HEALY Squad Leader E, B. Ludwig A. W. Cramer D. C. Pettephar H. M. Favrot F. S. Hurd V. L. Parrlsh N. I. Hart J. F. McCloskey D. W. Stewart S. S. Hellmann SECOND SQUAD R. J. SHADER Squad Leader R. C. Kerwath R. E. Turner M. L. Page D. C. McCay H. B. Roepe B. Shrine B. Weinbaum T. F. Quails THIRD SQUAD D. P. MAYNARD Squad Leader W. J. Anderson C. F. Coulon F, H. Patterson E. Schlesinger D. F. Brignac J, R. Reid R. L. Green R. D. Reed C. T. Turner G. J. Palmer toi i Jito i itjmt i MJ FIR5T SQUAD C. C. PERKINS Squad Leader J. A. Humphreys R. S. Mussung D. M. Well S. E. LeBlanc D. E. Roach F. S. Klein SECOND SQUAD L. W. Rodrigue T. N. Hall, Jr. R. P. Sharp P. W. FLOYD Squad Leader L, E. Mailhes D. B. Jackson B. B. Okel P. B. Watson D. J. Joubert H. E. Counrhan E. M. Brignac THIRD SQUAD R. E. LaGARDE Squad Leader J, Milandin J. E. Kerrigan J. J. Simon J. P. Stewart E. S. Lindsay F. F. Willoz T. A. Stout N. M. Rando J. A. Lohman R. E. Chachera FIRST SQUAD S. VOELKER . T. R. Fadell G. M, Markey M. E. Brener R. W. Sabate J. B. JEFFREY . H. T. Howard E. M. Ashworth C. L. Lawrence H. B. Schmidt M. M. GAUTIER S. S. Benton J, E, Sammer C. S, Long C. H. Hart, Jr. S. T. Wilson L. J. Bernard S. V. 8aus W. L. Geary Squad Leader R. A. Bahan B. J. Calloway E. J. Fredericks SECOND SQUAD R. M. Wagner W. R. Newman A. T. Martinei S. P. Chapman THP.D SQUAD E. J. Bondurant A. 8. Emery J. A. Conover E. L. Ardoyno Squad Leaa r G. A. Danner R. C. Cohen F. R. Walker A. Jackson, III, M.P.O. Squad Leader F. S. Cannon W. F. Hodgden R. H. Wheat ■■ SiBi ' M. ' ir " Siilii? - T d u-a» :« B» I Li LkiuMi - McCutcheon heads pyramid Got to have the flags M i P i I ! STAFF OFFICERS BALLARD TEBO President THrFDIITT fl PAUL F. DASTUGUE Vice-President I 1 P 11 I I II JACK TURNER Secretary 1 li 1 1 H A 1 L I L BILL ANDERSON Treasurer Naval R.O.T.C. ' s social club ■ " S W ' i nl Ik ? MM, f •ii SI ' SiSSP ' • i 86 87 ff idd rsene ' uoi y yk MISS ANITA YANCEY if; MISS JOYCE JOHNSON • • ivIiAd Jfnne Cy nne K reene i MISS LANIER ALLINGHAM ■ MISS JOYCE BRUFF • -A iVllSA t uole ( todo f i MISS PEGGY O ' NIELL MISS TINKY THIBAUT • • Wl JacLWoJ.. MISS JEAN COVINGTON - MISS FRANCES KENTNER „«s(rfii w P • • m. riuti oeL 9 MISS MARION ANDRUS ■jfc ' MISS HELEN WERLEIN • • ivllAd S cootle caDa ir MISS JOEL BETH SUHREN ir MISS PHYLLIS EMLING • • • ivIUa ran cJLjalton MISS FRANCES ALEMAN i MISS DODIE BRIS • • rvllAS J etti Ljranbera ZJi urner MISS GAYLE STOCKER MISS HARTWELL WATKINS • • • CY COURTNEY President of TUSK, of A S, and of the Glee Club, Cy took the campus by storm this year. FLOYD LEWIS Floyd is an Honor Law Student (Law Review) but still finds time to run the Student Council, Pub- lications Board, and play touch football. " FOOTSIE " HOLBROOK As Campus Night Chairman Footsie has come through with the best shows we have had in years. lOEELS. m unu ■■DiP " TREEN President of Kappa Sigma and Chairman of the Pan-Hellenic Council. " Dip " also has interested himself in campus politics. THOMAS L. WILLIAMS Business Manager of the JAMB, a " wheel " In Commerce, and a boy we all like, Tom is first and foremost a married man. HARRIS COPENHAVER, JR. Cope has been a driving force on the Tulane Campus since February, 1946, and has never let up— this JAMB is his pride and Joy. ANTHONY ORTEGA Jack is taking over where Wilmer Hinrichs left off with Glendy Burke and doing a fine job- also has numerous other activities. BEA RAULT Dynamic President of the Newcornb Student Body, Bea still thinks we should play Loyola in basketball. McRAE TURNER President of Phi Delta Phi and Chairman of the Moot Court Board, Mac was the outstanding " Common-law lawyer " in Law School. NOEL PARMENTAL President of the A S Senior Class, member of the Publications Board, Noel got up a picnic one time and now he ' s In the " Big Shot " Section. DABNEY EWIN Former Cheerleader Dabney is making his mark In Med School now, but is still very active in student activities. DON LAGARDE Meet the Engineers ' St. Pat. — also on the Pan- Hellenic Council, Don is one of the Master Betas this year. JACK TERRY President of the Med School Student Body, Jack was one of the original founders of TUSK and Is also an outstanding performer on Campus Night shows. BILL WEIDNER President of the College of Engineering, Bill was also one of the ranking students in ihe " slide- rule " department. GERALD ROACH President of the College of Commerce, Gerald was an active member of the Student Council and had good grades " to boot. " WHEELS. U Win UfE RUDY EASON Rudy is the man who made us cheer and like it — also one of the most popular boys on the campus, he did the Sports Section herein. RICHARD FIELD Another former cheerleader In Med School, Dick is Prexy of Nu SIg and Is a very active member of Westminster Fellowship. BOB PARSONS Captain of the Track Team, President of Green- backers, Bob was also elected to Who ' s Who this year. 106 ROSS BUCKLEY Former President of the Dekes, President of La Societe du Droit Civil, Ross mdde better than average grades, even as a married man. ROBERT LONGMIRE An Honor Student in Engineering, Bob made ODK and has also been elected to several class offices. BILL GORDY Bill is a Phi Beta Kappa, past President of the International Relations Club, and has engaged in many other extra-curricular activities. BETTY TURNER President of the Honor Board and member of countless other Newcomb Organizations, Betty is that rare combination of beauty and brains. JACK WEINMANN Manager of the football team, President of the Taffrail Club. Jack was the " Fair-haired boy " of DKE this year. TOM WICKER Editor of the Tulane Law Review, Tom wise Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Delta Kappa Alpha. Order of the Coif, is like- Phi, Pi and married. ARRIVING FOR THE MAULING fv5 i-« - (. -i ff -.tiki 9 ■ ' «:| .V; )i t mku DON ' T BE DOUBTFUL ROUX 0 31SlAft, STATE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS w ymt 3- " ' ' " ' v4e i3U ' , of S € je W,. TaVcesi " »?r;..--« " S. tcV-; , i;f v p- ' C , rc; WJ ■(Wj= l X w.. C C V l.«» c v my l-fe. ,VJ o 1 ' li S " y x ' Sv J ' i " " : ' " ' rturLti CHOICE OR . " ; » J ' ■ ' ' ' V» S» ' -f° " ° " I EED IS A LITTLE SUCTION •■ , " ; THE PEOPLES CHOICE 0 o laK ' " »»» ,ot 1 1 ' ' « " Wo ' ' ® a03 ' .v. e A(i » ' « ' " - " J» " ' . ;c=;»: lvwv» ' [ ■ " l p og iet5 A . ;ai . . ■ A 1 v .« -aH ' oj ' -ft c e v ' " " (i £: 1 . A-, CHERE CHERE CHERIE B »or ■.• " S ,.«. •!»»-• ' , S.»» « » ■ :- ' ». iS- . e- w ® oW ' k 5 k ' JP ' 9 %€S- iTw, • cT ' Vn- " " ?. " ' .C01T fJoVS V :ait - l,.aed 0» aB W " politics ' n politicians tSlSl i«illik» WEST POINT TOtANE 11 A Or JUASSmO Fi JMUSICAL ' DlRl il Auditorium POCHE THEATRE i 3 a NEW ORLEANS I 3 Days, Beginning Thursday, February 10 »« p HEW OPLEAHS LlJrij; THUTRE PROUUCTIDHS, inc. ■l t- ' .SCRl ' -. .-- The Petrtfted Forest THE TULANE-NEWCOMB CHORAL THE GONDOLIj The King of Bara MRS G 1. JOP Arj AND SON CHICK, 6 MONTHS L ws«% 1 PLAYMATES in Unm ' ■ 41S J, .r ASUil T M «r • ., ' !¥ ' rrXJTi tV ' v ' ■ V it y? ' ' - " . T V. J LS» ' ' .... J ' jl ' A THINGS WERE R cdlKleljLri I N 4 8 1 9 4 8 - ' 4 9 COACH HENRY IS.E.C. COACH OF THE YEAR) FRNKA FRili FIIFILS nVUU Three years ago, Coach Henry Frnica arrived on Tulare ' s campus and set about the job of building a football team for Tuiane. this was to be a tough job for there was a real shortage of material and the coaching staff under Coach " Monk " Simons had been dis- banded, scattering far and wide. Coach Frnka then set about his work in a very business-like manner, doing the best he could against a tough schedule with the material on hand. Coach Frnka soothed the anguished alumni with the prophecy, " In three years I ' ll have you a bowl team. " That first year was a toughie. The schedule was rough and the men on the football team were just back from the service and not yet in top playing shape. During the second year there was criticism of the Coach and his boys for playing too close to their chest and not running wide open football. That year Tuiane set the world ' s record for Sunday, or fifth quarter quarterbacks who could spot every mistake and even many that were never made. The cry was, " " Look out for next year. " Next year arrived, and with it a great football team. As these pages will testify, the Coach and his boys came through with nine wins and one loss — one black loss to a then powerful, dreaded Georgia Tech. After that the wind picked up and the Green Wave billowed to become the most powerful football team in the South, if not one of the top in the nation. The Bowl Team was here and everyone was sure of it. We just sal back waiting for them to pick us, but the team was left waiting at the Stadium. The Bowl teams already selected feared for their reputations and passed Tuiane by for weaker clubs who would be easier to beat. In some cases even this failed which added much to Tulane ' s consternation at not having been invited to appear in a bowl. There was talk of a post season game in Ladd Stadium in Mobile or a Tulane-Army game in the Stadium, but Southeastern Conference rules prevented all of these possibilities. The cry this year is again " Look out for next year, " for the Coach and his boys will not be denied as they were this past year. The mighty Green Wave is to wash clean all of its opponents in 1949. Our Bowi Team was here on schedule and was so good that people were afraid to play the Greenies. So herein lies the Jam- balaya ' s tribute to a team that was " great in ' forty-eight. " COACH CRISP COACH VINSANT COACH PILNEY TRAINER DAYTON ' CAPTAIN " MO " O ' BRIEN ED PRICE Nation ' s Leading Ground Gainer BILL SVOBODA Most Unselfish and Best Blocking and Tackling Back JIM KEETON Most Unselfish and Best Spirited Athlete MAX DRUEN Most Unselfish and Best Blocking and Tackling Lineman COACH McELREATH COACH READ ASS ' T. TRAINER PORCHE 11! IMS GlElil HIE THE DEFENSE TEAM THE OFFENSE 12? SUA THE PUNTERS " Dink " and " Davis " TEAM 129 TIDE TURNED Again fhe Alabama Crimson Tide found Tulane a jinx as fhe Greenies upset a favored Ala- bama grid machine, 21-14. The Greenies scored fheir first touchdown In fhe second period when Bobby Jones cut back for seven yards and a tally. A 21 yd. pass from Ernst to Jimmy Glisson highlighted the drive. Soon after the third period opened, Dennis Doyle jarred Ed White and the ball and Al Waller recovered on Bama ' s 32. Price and Glisson carried the ball to the 12 and an Ernst to Glisson aerial advanced the ball to the 4. On the next play, Price circled left end for the necessary yardage. Euell Davis ' conversion was good. Bad punt by Brown gave the Greenies another opportunity. Glisson and Price toted the ball to the 20 and Ernst fired to Dick Sheffield in the end zone. Up until this point, the Tide was docile. Now the Red Elephant stampeded and Ed White and Charlie Davis sparked the drive. A Grecnie bobble gave the Crimson a fourth quarter chance and Ed Salem and handy Charlie Davis put the Tide back in the ball game. The second half Bama surge kept the Greenle fans Tulane Alabama 7 14 7 7 Sheffield Catches For Our Firsf T.D. Davis Kicks First Extra Point Nice Pick Up, Johnny Dick Hangs On Hit Him in the Mouth, Ed! on edge and it was not until Jones Intercepted a Salem pass in the closing minutes that Tulane ■fans could relax. Bama gambled from the outset. Salem and White kept pitching until their aerials connected. Rebel Steiner was the favorite target. Joe Ernst proved to be an effective " T " engineer. The virtual unknown held his own with highly-heralded Ed Salem. TECH-NICAL TROUBLE Tulane ' s Green Wave rolled to Atlanta for the second fray of the season and Georgia Tech ' s Yellow Jackets provided the sting, downing the Green ies 13-7 in a gruelling contest. Frank Zelgler, an old Tulane pigskin nemesis, gave Tech an early lead as he squirted through the line, cut for the sidelines and scored on a 53 yd. jaunt. In the second quarter, Georgia Tech added another tally when Jim Southard scored on a short quarterback sneak after a 40 yd. Southard-McCoy aeria! put the ball in scoring position. Following the next kickoff. Greenle power asserted itself. Taking the ball on their own 38, the Greenies covered 62 yds. in I I thrusts. The drive was highlighted by a 29 yd. aerial from Joe Ernst to Dick Sheffield who was finally stopped on the 6. Bill Svoboda bulled his way to the I and Ernst added the necessary yard. Both teams concentrated on defense in the second half. Frank Zeigler, Tech standout, was side- lined by injuries, but his replacement Humphreys showed well. The Greenies had two opportunities to knot the count or forge ahead when Bob Franz and demon Bounds recovered fumbles deep in Tech territory. However, the Tech line dammed the Wave. Paul Lea, Bob Franz and Rex Partridge spent most of the afternoon in the Tech backfield, stalling reverses and harrassing passers Tulane line depth became apparent as a steady stream of replacements came through with high-caliber performances. The Greenies served notice to future opponents. GAMECOCKS BAGGED A plucky flock of Gamecocks succumbed to a second half Tulane surge 14-0, before 35,000 spectators at Tulane stadium. Pre-game dope established the Greenies as prohibitive favorites but the spirited play of the South Carolina eleven frequently stalled the Frnka machine In scoring territory. Two lightning-like thrusts accounted for the tallies. Stopped on the ground, Tulane took to the airlanes. Joe Ernst pitched alternate tosses to Jones, Sheffield and Jones, placing the ball Tulane . Ga. Tech 7 7 6 Somebody Puleeze Take the Ball!! John Leaves Barney Flat Footed Tulane ..0077 S. Carolina on the 36 yd. line. Three plays later, Ernst lofted a high toss toward the end zone and Dick Sheffield gathered it In as he crossed the goal. Midway In the last period. Eddie Price circled left end for 15 yards. Four plays later, he bounced through the middle and loped to the 26. A Keeton-Doland aerial advanced the ball to the 19. With fourth down coming up and three to go, Johnny Sikora slipped through a hole on the left side of the line, outmaneuvered a host of secondaries and crossed the payoff stripe. It was the most sensational jaunt of the game. Euell ' Tiny " Davis ' second conversion completed the afternoon ' s scoring. Carolina threatened once in the second half with Bishop Strickland moving the ball to Tulane ' s 27. He managed to add seven yards before the Greenles took over on downs. Statistically, the Gamecocks were outclassed. The Greenles had a 14-6 first down edge and romped for 330 net yards gained. South Carolina managed to sift through the Greenle forward wall for a 99 yd. total. MISSISSIPPI MASTERED Blending an aerial attack and powerful line play to advantage, Tulane trounced the University of Mississippi, 20-7. The passing combination of Farley Salmon to Barney Poole was checked and the Rebels were stymied. Joe Ernst ' s passes accounted for one touchdown and set the stage for another. Dependable Eddie Price tripped through the entire Mississippi team on a 26 yard jaunt for the third tally. Paul Lea, versatile tackle, engineered the first touchdown, hie barged through the line to block Bobby Wilson ' s punt in the first period and Tulane recovered on the Mississippi 34. Price skirted left end to the 18 and Ernst flipped a pass to Joe Harper for the tally. Ragged ball handling gave Tulane a chance to push over the second touchdown when Jerry Every Now and Then This Happens He Loves You, Dolan Ernst Passes for Fifteen TIbller dropped a handoff from Salmon and Bill Svoboda recovered for Tulane on the Mississippi 28. When Tulane failed to gain on the ground, Ernst dropped back and tossed to Dlclc Sheffield on the 2. Jimmy Glisson took an Ernst lateral and slcirted right end for the vital two yards. Mississippi momentarily came to life when Dixie Howell blasted through the middle on a quick- opening play and outdistanced the Tulane secondary on a 60 yd. jaunt. The Rebels made another bid in the fourth quarter, but Emlle O ' Brien intercepted a pass on his own 5 to end the threat. The Green Wave put on an unheralded passing attack that befuddled the defending con- ference champions. AUBURN AWED In the second half, a lethargic Tulane Green Wave added Aubu Scoring three touchdo to their victim list. 21-6. The Greenies made their initial scoring threat when they marched to the Auburn eight in the second quarter but the Tiger line steadied and halted the Wave. Jlmmie Glisson, diminutive halfback provided the spark In the third period revival. With a series of pass catches and runs, he set the stage for Eddie Price ' s 15 yd, touchdown jaunt. Shortly afterwards, Auburn recovered a Tulane fumble on the Greenle 26. Crippled Travis TIdwell was rushed In and his desperate heaves advanced the ball to the Greenle five. Russ Inman cracked the Greenle line on three attempts. With the score 7-6 in its favor, the Wave roared back and scored twice. Runs by handy The Cogs of Tulane ' s Defensive Baclcfield Tulane ..7670 Ole Miss .0070 Tulane . Auburn . . 7 14 .0060 " Wait for Me. Dan! " Jimmy Sllsson brought the ball +o the Auburn ' s 32. George Kinek, sophomore halfback blasted through the middle, stormed over a pair of would-be tacklers and went the distance. Later in the fourth quarter, Bill Svoboda intercepted an aerial and the Wave took over on the Tiger 26. After two line plays, Kinek scored for the second time, making a spectacular dash through the Auburn team. Bill Svoboda and Jim Keeton Jarred all opponents who managed to sift through the Greenie forward wall. MAROONS MAROONED From a football viewpoint, hlomecoming Day was pleasant, Tulan e ' s Greenies edged a stub- born Miss. State team 9-0. Pre-game opinion seemed to favor a high-scoring tilt because of the McWilliams-Davis yardage machine. However the contest developed into a display of defensive strength which delighted the " contact " advocates of the game. " Shorty " McWilliams. a familiar opponent carried an offensive and defensive burden for three quarters. He was finally sidelined by a pulled leg muscle in attempting to stop rambling Eddie Price. McWilliams switched from his usual running game to the airlanes. His six for six record was outstanding. The score didn ' t tell the whole story. The Greenies hammered through State ' s line to roll up an overwhelming statistical advantage but State managed to hold the Wave In the shadow of the goal. As usual, dependable Eddie Price and George Kinek carried the lion ' s share of the offensive burden. Kinek, a terrific newcomer, gathering momentum with each game, rapidly developed Into a standout. Paul Lea, Bill Svoboda and Stan Kotteman were defensive standouts. " Stan-The-Man " Forward Wall Moves Out (in a Crisp Manner) Some People Never Get the Word The Hot Scoop turned in the defensive gem of the game, wading through the State forward wall and head- blocking a kick. Tulane was forced to open its " bag of tricks " to master Miss. State. KEYDETS KLIPPED Playing on even terms for three quarters, Tula enies tallied twice in the last canto to down Virginia Military Institute 28-7. Coach " Slick " Morton presented a well-drilled platoon of Keydets but the stream of Greenie replacements upset his " upset " plans. Eddie Price scored the first Wave marker on a three yard plunge that had been set up by his own 41 yd. dash. Tossing Bob Th omason came back with an aerial to Ciaude Patton and the Virginians squared the count 7-7. Patton took the short heave, reversed his field and crossed untouched on the most brilliantly executed play of the season. Price retaliated with a scintillating 72 yd. dash to give the Greenies a lead they never re- linquished. Dick Sheffield, added the conversion. The Keydets wearied noticeable in the second half under the pounding of the Tulane forward wall. In the fourth quarter, Price and Kinek alternately lugged the ball to the V.M.I. 10. The Keydets stiffened but Bill Bonar arched an end zone toss to George Kinek. Unsatisfied, the Greenies stormed back again. Following a kick exchange Joe Ernst dropped a fourth down aerial in Dick Sheffield ' s lap and the sturdy Texan waltzed over. The injury jinx fina!ly singled out the Greenies. Defensive ace, Al Waller suffered a dislocated elbow and Stan Kotteman aggravated an old knee injury. Prior to the V.M.I, game, Tulane Injuries were mostly superficial. Dicic Got It Believe It or Not Tulane ..0207 Miss. State Ed Starts Tulane V.M.I.. 14 14 7 You Know It — Joe Like Dick, Like George!!! BAYLOR BOWS The Green Wave reached a peak against Baylor, treeing the Bears 35-13. The Sreenies scored in every quarter, churning out four ground tallies and adding a touchdown aerial to complete the rout. Reliable Eddie Price set up the initial marker with a 27 yd. sweep and after Bill Bonar passed I I yards to Watkins. Price circled left end for 10 yards and the touchdown. Stung into action, the Bears bounced back with a score and conversion to knot the count 7-7. Burk ' s passing highlighted the drive. Again the Wave gathered momentum deep in their own territory and set out for a second portion of Bear meat. The payoff came on Kinek ' s circus catch of Joe Ernst ' s twenty yard toss. Sheffield ' s conversion made the score 14-7 as the half ended. Both teams scored in the third quarter but the play was too gruelling for Baylor and the " Waco Wonders " wilted. Bill Svoboda tallied from the two and Baylor bounced back with another aerial-inspired drive, with Sims passing to Flanakln for the tally. Bobby Jones Intercepted an aerial deep in Baylor territory and raced to the 19. In seven plays the Wave scored with Price turning right end for the touchdown. The final touchdown was sparked by hlomer Dedeaux ' s pass interception. Paul Bienz and Johnny Slkora alternated In lugging the ball to the five and Ray Prats capped the drive with a slant off right tackle. The Baylor ground attack was limited to 39 yards. Cold statistics revealed a hot Wave. " CINCY " NO CINCH Fur flew at Nippert Stadium as Tulane was forced to the limit to down the University of Cincinnati ' s Bearcats 6-0. The lone Greenle tally came late In the third period when George George Kinek, Leap Frogglng ' I ' Kinek ran back a punt for 38 yards +o the Bearcat 32. Eddie Price scored from the four yard line on an off-tackle slant. The Bearcats gambled from the opening whistle. In the first quarter, Bill Bonar boomed a punt to the Cincinnati 12. hield for no gain in three tries, O ' Malley heaved a long pass from behind his own goal to Hout who was downed on the Bearcat 35. Time and again the Greenies marched down the field but penalties and a stubborn Bearcat forward wall stopped the drives in payoff territory. Late in the second quarter, Ernst on passes to Sheffield put the ball on the Bearcat seven but time ran out before the Greenies could score. After the third quarter tally, Ihe Greenies started another drive from their own 47. A run by Price and a long Ernst to Watkins pass put the ball on the Cincy ten. On the next play, Ernst fumbled and Vilkoski recovered. It was the Bearcats turns to march and O ' Malley flooded the airlanes as they moved to the Tulane 20 before losing the ball on downs. Tulane Baylor 7 7 7 14 7 6 Ed Going Dick Can Kick, Too pi 1h M - fj -w m ggf -■--- Tulane ..0060 Cincinnati .0000 George Shows His Heels While L.S.U. Looks Price and Sikora teamed to drive back to Cincinnati territory and the ball was on the 20 as the game ended. Eddie Price rambled into the " 1,000 " yard circle despite voidance of substantial yardage via penalties. TIGERS TRAMPLED The Tulane grid machine capped a successful season with a 46-0 rout of arch-rival L.S.U. Appropriately enough, it was the 46th meeting. The Bengals bared their fangs In the Initial period when Ray Collins blocked Bobby Maxwell ' s kick, but the threat was short- lived. HIeld scoreless in the first quarter, Tulane started to roll and poured it on the defenseless Tigers. " Timber " !!! Hold ' im Joe, Here Comes Paul Price broke the ice with a two yard thrust through the middle. Three minutes later, Bobby Jones intercepted an L.S.U. pass on the 38 and loped to the 4. George Kinek rammed it over, generating enough power to carry the ball 20 yards instead of the necessary rew. Kinek added a third period marker on a touch-and-go play with four players handling the ball. Two Tiger defenders deflected a Greenie pass and Dick Sheffield pulled it in. As he was tackled, the ball squirted out of his hands. George Kinek picked up the loose ball and rambled the rest of the way. Five minutes later, Tulane made a sustained 68 yard drive to score again. Bill Svoboda bulled over from the I yard line. In the fourth period, the Greenies fooled L.S.U. on the moth-eaten Statue-of- Liberty play. Johnny Sikora picked up the ball and a host of blockers as he Jitterbugged 28 yards to score. Jimmy Glisson added a personal touch to the scoring spree as he covered 89 yards on a bril- liant punt return. Bill Bonar engineered the final marker driving over on a two yard quarterback sneak. ■ ' 9 LSM. . mM " Ed Gone " Clair Sans Ti+re CONNIE HANLEY IRCE SVENDSON HAL JAMISON SUS ADOMITIS BOB WELLS In there Jami Boy! mil ismimi snsii RESULTS FOR 1948-49 Date Place Nov. 22, 1948 New Orleans Nov. 24, 1948 New Orleans Dec. 3, 1948 . . Baton Rouge Dec. 4, 1948 . New Orleans Dec. 8, 1948 . . New Orleans Dec. II, 1948 New Orleans Dec. 14, 1948 . . New Orleans Dec. 18, 1948 . . New Orleans Dec, 22, 1948 . . Louisville Dec. 29, 1948 Sugar Bowl Dec. 30, 1948 Sugar Bowl Jan. 3, 1949 Gainesville, Fla. Jan. 7, 1949 . . New Orleans Jan. 8, 1949 . . New Orleans •Southeastern Con ference foe. tSEC Tou nament Opponent Score Da te Place Opponent Score . Keesler Field 83-29 Jan. 15. 1949 New Orleans L: S. U. . . . .71-51 . Pensacola N.A.S. 68-43 Jan. 22, 1949 . New Orleans Alabama . 5 1 -46 . Rice Institute 65-54 Jan. 29, 1949 . Atlanta Georgia Tech . . 56-49 . Texas . ... . 56-39 Jan. 31, 1949 . . Auburn, Ala. - . Auburn 56-51 Howard . . , 87-32 Feb. 4, 1949 . . . . Starltvllle . . Miss. State 64-50 Spring ttiil . . . 60-32 Feb. 5, 1949 . . . Oxford . . Ole Miss. . 70-44 , S. L. 1. . Texas A. M. 84-49 51-28 Feb. Feb. 1 1, 19, 1949 . . 1949 . New Orleans Tuscaloosa . . Ole Miss. . . . 74-34 Alabanna 56-40 Kentucky 47-51 Feb. 21, 1949 . . . Nashville . . Vanderbilt . 54-56 Kentucky . . 47-78 Feb. 25 1949 . Baton Rouge . . L S. U. 72-45 hloly Cross . . 81-79 Mar 3, 1949 . . Louisville . . Alabamai " . 64-42 Florida . 63-51 Mar. 4, 1949 . . . Louisville . . Georgiat . . 92-62 Georgia Tech 73-52 Mar. 5, 1949 . . . Louisville . . L. S. U.t 72-63 Miss. State . . 69-47 Mar 5. 1949 Louisville Kentucky " ! " . 52-68 Season R ecord: Wo T 24— Losf 4, Pet. .857 {Tulane score first) 142 Left to Right Top Row: Trdiner Dayton. Payton, THE S.E.C. RUNNER-UPS AND TROPHY Riffey. Adomitis, Jamison. Perkins, Svendson. Mgr. Holton, Coach Wells. Bottom Row Rlsner, Peck, Hanley, Cox, Bowman, Wells. Riffey ' s Back Hand Push Shof COMPOSITE SCORE Player Games SFA FGM Pet. FTA FTM Pet. FC TP Avg. Jim Riffey . 28 423 162 .375 78 51 .654 83 375 13.4 Warren Perkins 28 436 132 .306 129 90 .698 94 354 12.6 Virgi! Risner 28 429 146 .34! 86 47 .547 53 339 12.1 Mel Payton 28 365 136 .373 46 32 .696 42 304 10.9 Tom Bowman 28 256 93 .363 66 40 .606 52 226 8.1 Hat Peck . 28 115 32 .278 40 28 .700 45 94 2.4 Bob Wells 24 27 12 .444 16 13 .813 6 37 I.I Troy Svendson 24 41 13 .316 6 3 .500 25 27 I.I Hal Jamison 24 35 10 .286 15 6 .400 21 26 I.I Joe Cox 16 22 7 .314 8 4 .500 9 18 I.I Sus Adomitis 22 21 5 .238 II 6 .545 1 1 16 0.7 Connie Hanley 14 17 6 .353 6 2 .333 2 14 1.0 Others . 8 15 3 .200 6 2 .333 8 8 1.0 Tulane Totals 28 2202 757 .344 513 324 .632 45! ,838 65.6 Opposition 28 517 532 331 .622 409 ,365 48.8 Coach " Mighty Mite " Wells 143 Peck and Perk Nice Hook, Perk! Fans called it the best yet, this basketball team of 1948-49. Its record of 24 victories out of 28 games may not have been on a par with other years but for sheer offensive and defensive power, no team in Tulane history can compare. A total of 1,838 points rolled through the hoops under the guiding hands of such veterans as Warren Perkins, Virgil Risner, Melvin Payton, Jim Riffey, Tom Bowman and the rest. That was an average of 65.6 points per game, almost 17 better than the combined efforts of their op- ponents. For the third consecutive year, the Wave went undefeated on its home court. Away from home it ran into difficulty — thrice bouncing off impregnable, national champion Kentucky, once slipping by a razor ' s edge to Vanderbilt. But in those losses to Kentucky, it may still " There I Was Flat on My Back " 9 G- ;r ■■■■ :: M- . Uy. % ■■ ■■ 55 - -J .... Si ' -4.r}fCM 3 .. ., S- . " M " » 7 ' j yf ss. 37 ytCyl. Clair Sans Titre, Aussi take pride. Only four points made the difference in the first engagement in the cavernous Armory at Louisville. More — much more — was the dif- ference that dismal night in the Sugar Bowl doubleheader. The difference was not quite so great in the Southeastern Conference finals, and indeed the last half Greenie and Wildcat matched point for point. But a salve for injuries from the well-pared claws of the Wildcats, was three triumphs over another member of the feline household — the Tigers of L. S. U. That foursome of Perkins, Riffey, Risner and Payton ran up their sixth con- secutive victory over L. S. U. when they sprinted into an early lead and then held on gamely the rest of the way for a semi-final round triumph in the tournament. It was the second time in three years that that big four had contributed to a runner-up spot in the tournament and its season ' s showing helped gain a ninth ranking nationally in the Associated " We Dood It " Doctor Risner ' s Hot Shot Method!!! Break It Off, Big Jim Press poll. In addition, diminutive Cliff Wells was given sixth place nationally as basketball coach of the year. Riffey, Risner and Perkins were well rewarded nationally for their performances. Perkins was named to the first team in All-Tournament se- lections as was Risner. In addition, Risner was named to the conference first team of one press association and Perkins to the first team of an- other. Consistent Jim Riffey was picked on the Col- lier ' s All-South first team, the second team on both the All-Tournament and the All-Conference selections and third team on the Sporting News Ail-American. In addition, he outscored Ken- tucky ' s All-American Alex Groza in the first game against Kentucky, 22-18, leading Ken- tucky Coach Adolph Rupp to comment: " Son, you went to the wrong school. " Riffey ' s reply: " No sir, I went to the right school. " You Got It Made, Tommy! 146 Starting the season off with a rousing 83-29 triumph that was Wells ' 33rd consecutive open- ing game victory, the Wave raced away with such scores as 65-54 over Rice, 56-39 over Texas, 51-28 over Texas A. and M., 81-79 over high ranking hloly Cross, lashed Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, L. S. U., Alabama, Ole Miss, twice each in addition to single victories over Auburn and Florida during the regular season. In the tournament, it added victory No. 3 against Alabama and L. S. U., and stretched its superiority in SEC play with a 92-62 whirl- wind triumph over Georgia. Gone next year will be Warren Perkins, h al Peck, Troye Svendson, hial Jamison and some others. But not one of them will be forgotten for their contribution to this, the best of all Tu- lane basketball seasons. Never Touched Him Shoot, Tommy, He ' s Taking Off! Watch Pappy Payton. Podner The Squad Below: Inflelders Bottom: Chunkers " 3f ' BASEIUUN ism The baseball team for this year was one of the best ever put forward by Tulane and was under the guidance of Coach " Little Monk " Simons. The team won 20 out of 24 games and three of those losses were to professional teams which gave Tulane one of the best college rec- ords in the nation. The team was well balanced and had good hitting throughout, the leading stickmen being Ken Tarzetti, Warren Perkins, Stan McDermott, Ben Abadie, and Ferd Lorio. The pitching was done quite ably by Johnny Owen and Pat Rooney. The catching was well handled by Roy Barbier. The L.S.U. games went all our way as we won four of them out of a possible four. As has been said many times in years past if nothing else had happened the season was completed successfully. As stated, however, much more was done and the baseball team came up with one of the best records in Tulane ' s history. The Squad Below: Show ' im Monk Bottom: Back Stops With many of the power ' hltters gone Tulane this year looked to her pitching and defense as the source of power. The pitchers were again led by Pat Rooney and Johnny Owen, with much help by Dick Norris, Ed hiieder and Crusty Cambon. The outfield was covered like a glove by Mel Payton, Ben Abadie and Bill Leahy. The hitting was distributed a great deal among the out- fielders and first baseman Stan McDermott, and second baseman Warren Perkins. When the infielders are spoken of no one who follows Tulane baseball can help but think of shortstop McCormick ' s superb fielding and great clutch hitting, hie is potentially Tulane ' s best hope since Bobby " Golden Boy " Brown to go places in baseball. The catching was again handled by Roy Bar- bier with adequate help from Jim Rowden. ! II u I I i I i n Lead by such front runners as Paul Bienz, Spencer Johnson, Frank Burge, and hlugh Liles the Tulane track team went on to beat L.S.U. in a dual meet for the first time in a very long time. It was a big day for Tulane and the Greenies were really pounding the cinders. At the S.E.C. Paul Bienz tied the standing conference record for the hundred yard dash with a 9.5 second effort. The wind that day was a little too strong and though it didn ' t aid the the Tulanian it caused time to be disallowed for record. Spencer Johnson who had been going like a house afire all year long had a bad time at the conference and unfortunately for a great runner and great sport he seemed to go stale at the meet and was way off pace. Frank Burge was red hot and did some good running over both the high and low hurdles. Paul also won the 220 yard sprint in just above record time at the conference. Take If, Paul Ready, Sef . . . A I P I 1 I The Track team this year was again lead by Paul Bienz who after going far in the Olympic tryouts came back to run better than ever. His efforts in his heat in the N.C.A.A. were of the same time that won the event finally, but Paul had pulled a muscle and came up fourth in the hundred and third in the two-twenty. The distance men were lead by Bob Parsons who won a number of firsts in the dual meets. Troye Svendson, also, did well in the dual meets winning several discus throws. Another weight man Don Joyce, a gridster by trade, won several events in the shot put and gives Tulane a good potential weight man for next year. Tulane is looking forward to next year in track and field and has held off a number of its better boys in hopes of perhaps capturing for Tulane the S.E.C. track tourney next year. On Sky Hoolts? Toss, Troye! Top: Wade Herrin, S.E.C. Champ Above: Dick Moule Dous, S. E. C. Champ lElilS IN The tennis team at Tulane held up Its usual high standard and swept through the conference matches undefeated, In some cases losing as few as one set per match. The team was led by Jack Tuero, with Wade hHerrln, the S.E.C. " A " class champion as number two, followed by Dick Mouledous S.E.C. " B " class champ number three and hiarcourt Watters, who was runner up for the S.E.C. " B ' class championship, number four. As can be seen, we swept the S.E.C. tournament with Jack Tuero, and Dick Mouledous winning the S.E.C. doubles championship. Tulane ' s schedule against teams outside the conference was ably met and the only setbacks were a tie with Texas and a close loss to Rollins, seeded the nation ' s num- ber one collegiate team. m li 1949 The S.E.C. again was dominated by Tulane ' s greenies who came through with Jack Tuero S.E.C. " A " class champion- ship and Billy Connery S.E.C. " B " class championship. Dick Mouledous, number two on the team, joined with Tuero to win the S.E.C. doubles championship for the second straight year. Walker hHarris was the number four man on the team and played fine tennis throughout the year. The N.C.A.A. found Tuero seeded eighth, without a chance to win but rec- ognized as likely to reach the semi-finals. When the heat was on and the racquets were down, however. Jack Tuero became the National Intercollegiate Tennis Cham- pion for the year 1949. Our boy seemed to gain strength as the tournament pro- gressed and came through in fine style, beating Sam Match in a gruelling five- set battle. Jack and Dick Mouledous were defeated in the third round of the dou- bles competition in a tough and exciting match. Top: Our Number One Doubles Above: The National In+ercollegia+e (N.C.A.A.) Tennis Channp, Jack Tuero t . , ' S ' M . , " J iS , The Squad n I i 1 9 n n In 1948 the Tulane golf team had a record of two wins, three defeats and a tie. Except for the 9-9 dead- lock with Mississippi, the scores in the remaining matches were rather decisive. The Greenie golfers white washed Pensacola, 18-0, but they were swept clean by both Louisiana State and Spring Hill College, 18-0. The Wave got partial revenge from Spring Hill by Coaches Can Swing, Too lacing the Badgers by a " crap-shooting " count of I 1-7. Mighty L.S.U. did not falter in the return bout, how- ever, and Tulane suffered a IO ' 2-7 ' 2 licking. Only four golfers represented I ulane in these showings. Former city-champion, Charley Rosen, lead the linksmen as team captain. He was flanked by Ted Hewitt, Marc Lazaro, and Dick Chassee. John Gleason, Team Captain I i i l j-S - JTK-Jt.tVEVtxJhrti ' -.■LTaJ- ' i Tb ' a:« ' . -- Kg ' ' ' «g[-v-:y — L - Adomifis 19 11 I I t The 1949 golf season at Tulane experienced a post- war boom. Seven duel matches and four local tourna- ments punctuated the schedule. Tulane numbered Keesler Field and Southeastern Louisiana College as its Franz victims, but succumbed to Louisiana State and Pensacola twice and to Spring Hill College on one occasion. In local tournaments around New Orleans, Fritz Franz, team captain John Gleason, Jr., and Dick Chassee made admirable showings. Franz entered four events and each time qualified for the championship flight. Gleason and Chassee each entered two and each qualified for the top bracket once. Herb Abraham, Jim Wilson, Tom Bush, Tom Thorne and Gus Adomitis rounded out the squad. lie !uu The Frosh Football Team The freshman football team went through a rugged season of scrimmaging afternoon after afternoon with the best or one of the best football teams in the nation, the Tulane varsity. Coach Mc- EIreath had the tough, thankless job of coaching and in general being father, mother and trainer to the team. He did a swell job, and the boys on the squad this year will be heard from on next year ' s varsity, much better off for having learned about the ways, of Intercollegiate football and being guided through this rough transition period by Coach " Available " McElreath. The Frosh Basic Bisinimi The freshman basketball team Is an organization rarely men- tioned on the campus at Tulane, except for a muffled rumor sup- posedly straight from the basket mesh. Perhaps the only man who knows anything of any consequence is the Mighty Mite himself, Coach Cliff Wells. The boys played games, but behind closed doors; and the scores were never disclosed. It seems that behind Tulane ' s own Iron Curtain may well be hidden some of the power which may, when added to the present varsity, make Tulane fear no basketball team, them than wildcats included. The boys are below, and it is very probable you ' ll be cheering them next year as they help carry the Sreenles to another highly successful year. etball Team Laurds Perkins „j Risner Ri«eY " " J 5tC. Honofs ' ' " Sue » " ?, ' ;. ' " " •■• " ' ia " t " , ' = fp5» " ' " i ,wm V°v« ' ' ; !.« ' r ' :, PAUL 1-E - jckM JOE ER " ' ' - Back Pau B ' .enz Runs Hot 9.5 C. Tourney E TtliXV ' i.Vir.i.-rtrNlF virw rtnt w ■PASE.TWKNTT-SKVKM . 158 JnaJbe-n-TLd " ! P ju A 0j0-n-j0-n.i 1 " i ., e -A 159 Dl, lillNEPy-mUEIK tilNtll The Tulane Pan-Hellenic Council is an organization represenflng the seventeen fraternities on Tulane ' s campus. John Treen is chairman and Ronald Orfila is the secretary. Dr. John Stibbs is the faculty adviser. The Council is divided into two committees, Judicial and Athletic. The Judicial committee is composed of Brown, Roos and Elder. The Athletic committee is composed of hiarris, Smedigar, Mix and LaGarde. In addition to supervising inter-fraternity competition in football, baskeiball, softball, tennis, ping pong, volley ball, bridge, badminton and bowling, the council sponsors the annual Pan-hlellenic Formal, Skit Night, Fraternity song fest and the Homecoming decorations of the frat houses. 160 OFFICERS lOHN TRFFN Chairm-m RONALD ORFILA J vy niN IINCCI " ! MEMBERS Herbert Abraham Ray Froeba Alfred Lewis Frank Stich Harold Avant Leonard Fuhrer Warren Mix James Stulb Al Binder Lyie Sarrity M. J. Molony, Jr. Claiborne Talbot Robert Boudreaux Joe Harris Ronaid Orfila John Treen Paul Brosman, Jr. William Keller James Patrick Luis A. Vinas Charles Brown Donald LaGarde Leo S. Roos William D. Wgil David Conroy Ned Lambremonl " , Jr. Chandler Sherwood Herbert Wren John Eider David Levine James Snedigar Milton Janssen Prelieu Ellis Secretary First Row: Abraham Boudreaux, Brosmar, Brown, Conrov. Second Row: Elder, Fuhrer, Garrity, Harris, Janssen. Third Row: Kelle,-, Lambremont, Levine, Mix. Roos. Fourth Row: Sherwood, Snedigar, Stitch, Stulb, Weil, Wren. Smiles, Smiles, Smiles Winning Homecoming Decoration ilPHl MU OFFICERS MEMBERS BILL ROBERTS President JOHN ELDER Vice-President EDWARD HODGE Treasurer CHARLES WHITE-SPUNNER Secretary Dick Augrain John Fischer Bill McConkey James Aycock James Gentry John McKee Stewart Barnett Fred Harris Jay Molony Larry Barousse Donald Harris Larry Molony Bill Barry Spencer Harrison Bob Moore Gay Bevis Mac Hays Art Naquin Paul Bienz Edward Hodge Nick Nichols Marshall Blanchard Tom Hudson Jerry Nicholson Frank Burge Leiand Hughlett Beverly Perrin Charlie Cameron Larry Hunt Jerry Porter Bill Christovich Howell Hunt George Renaudin David Conroy Jim Humphries Jim Rives Thomas Crozat Baxter Hutto Bill Roberts Jack Daly Tommy James Walter Rooney Eugene Dauterive Robert Jernigan Gene Rutter Weeks Dauterive Joe Joachim George Seymour Louis Diamond Sargent Jones Donald Shaw Fred Dietze Nic Joyner Pete Smith Jan Dolcater Edward King Pat Steele Frank Ebel John Laberteaux Dan Stewart John Elder Buddy Loria Louis Vreeland Gary Elliott Ronnie Loria Ben Youngblood Dick Ellis Don Lutenbacher Charles White-Spunner Steve Ellis Bob Mattox Bo Willis Ashton Fischer Harvey Marcoux David Wall Alpha Tau Omega was founded at the Virginia Military Institute in 1865, and in 1887, Louisiana Beta Chapter was founded at Tulane. The fraternity colors are Old Gold and White, and the fraternity flower is the White Tea Rose. Bill Roberts is boss of the outfit with title of " Worthy Master " : Worthy Keeper of Exchequer is Edward Hodge (he collects money); Charles White-Spunner takes minutes at the meetings. The ATO ' s are most notorious among the men who know, for their " Sneaky Pete Parties " among other things. Any casual passerby, will no doubt be shocked by the delicate songs being wafted through the windows of a Saturday night, and the delicate members being wafted through the doors. 162 First Row: Augrain, Aycock, Barousse, Bienz, Cam- eron, Conroy, Dauterive, Diamond. Second Row: Ebel, Elder, Fischer, Elliott, Harris, Hays, Hodge, Hughlett. Third Row: Humphries, Hunt, James, Jones, Joyner, Loria, Marcoux, McConkey. Fourth Row: Moore, Naquin, Nichols, Perrin, Renaudin, Roberts, Rutter, Shaw. Fifth Row: Smith, Phi Kap, Stewart, Vreeland, Wall, White-Spunner, Youngblood. ■ W f m . ' • ' f ' A - 163 The Beta Wheels More Betas ill mm PI OFFICERS BROOKE DUNCAN, II President JOHN E. JACKSON, JR. . , Vlca-President SAUNDERS ALPAUGH Corresponding Secy. FRANCIS LEJEUNE, JR. . . Alumni Secretary ALYMER MONTGOMERY Treasurer DON GUINEE Assistant Treasurer BILL SANDERS Sergeant-at-Arms HERBERT WILSON .... House Manager PRIOLEAU ELLIS Pan-Hellenic Representative DON LAGARDE Pan-Hellenic Representative ACTIVE MEMBERS E. Saunders Alpaugh Chester T. Alpaugh William B. Bizzeil, Jr. Donald F. BIyths Stanley R. Bremmermann Julian C. Campbell William P. Conery, III John H. Counce. 1 1 William Dearman, Jr. August hi. Douglas, Jr. Brooke hi. Duncan. II W. H. Norman Duncan Max H. Durham, Jr. Jefferson Earle Prioleau Ellis, III H. Oliver Ernst, Jr. Issac D. S. Farrar, Jr. Stonewall J. Fell " on, Jr. John R. Flowers, Jr. Robert E. Frantz hlarry G. Frazer, Jr. hiarry Gamble, 1 1 1 John A. Gordon Donald G. Guinee Allan J. Harris Walker Harris Richard Hasse Wade J. Herren James F. Huff Jay William Israel John E. Jackson, Jr. Louis W. Jumonvilie, Jr. Joseph L. Killeen, Jr. Robert E. Lagarde Donald E. Lagardes Francis E. LeJeune, Jr. John Debose Leiong Rivers Leiong Winston Lill Alymer E. Montgomery, Jr. Levere Montgomery Lucien K. Moss George M. Murrell Mims Gage Ochsner Charles Ogden Boatner Relly. Ill Robert D. Reily John B. Richardson William F. Sanders C. Gardner Sebrella Jack F. Steele L. C. Strartman Frensky C. Terzia Swan S. Ward Clarence H. Webb, Jr. Herbert C. Wilson PLEDGES Fallon Bentz Jim Boulet demon Bounds Dan Bullington Neil Chadwick Frank ClesI Fritz Franz Harry Gould Tommy Hall Ken Hamilton Bill Hogden Arthur Hyatt John Kerrigan Pancho Matthews Buddy McArthur Jack McCloskey John Morrison Pete Phillips Forrest Rau Shelly Reinerth Gus Reynoir Dick Roach Bobby Roane Buddy Rodrique Bobby Ryan Donald Ryan Ernie Sandlin Albert Stall Jack Voelkel Hunter Wagner Fred West Under the capable leadership of " Bicycle Brooke " Duncan and " Dewey " Jackson, the Betas are expecting another great year. After losing the Pan Hel cup by a nose last year, the sons of Wooglin are all out to redeem themselves and already on their way to retain the football crown. Almost any Saturday night the repercussions of " Beta Brawls " can be heard all the way to Bourbon St. The protests of neighbors, K A " s and Newcomb house mothers are all drowned by the lusty singing of Be+a Bards. Then follow massive Loving Cups on the Newcomb Campus. There is not a dorm girl alive (unless she wears a Deke lodge button or a Wallace pin) who does not thrill to Beta serenaders in the wee hours. Despite much rivalry between house boys and others, the chapter managed to get together for 40th Anniversary Celebration and a successful Blue and White Formal to bring the year to a harmonious close. The success of Beta Xi last year Is exceeded only by the clean sweep made during the past rush week In which the ranks were bolstered by many new Woogllnites. 164 First Row: E. S. Alpaugh, C. Alpaugh, Bentz, Bizzell, BIythe, Bremmermann, Bullington. Second Row: Camp- bell, Counce, Dearman, Douglas, Duncan, Ernest, Far- rar. Third Row: Flowers, Harris, Hodgen, Huff, Jumon- ville, Kerrigan, Lagarde. Fourth Row: Lejeune, Lelong, Lill, McCloskey, Montgomery, Morrison, Moss. Fifth Row: Ray, R. Reily, Roane, Ryan, Sandlin, Sebrella, Steele, Ward. We Are the People, People 165 HIK: : - . ' ' ' v " " ■ ■ 1 IJP B B PB flf I bL i I Vj. ' Iflil vii K K Ktf i H RB H j iV j K -l l P B V . r H B ij||]|UHAjiH ' . Hh Founder ' s Banquet Beauties and the Dekes IIFPI iPSIlfli OFFICERS SAM SANDERS President TOMMY ELLIS Vice-President NED SIMMONS Treasurer HERBERT VAN HORN ' . . Recording Secretary CHARLES DUNBAR Corresponding Secretary LEON CAMBON Historian CHANDLER SHERWOOD , Pledge Master— Pan-Hell ALFRED LEWIS Pan-Hell MEMBERS Edward Alker Henry Alsobrook Henderson Barlcley Robert White Brumfield Donald Bousquet Leon Cambon Harold Cox Rogers Cox Ranny Cox Robert Craig William De Pass Charles Dunbar O. A. Easterllng John Ellis Tommy Ellis Frank Emmeti Mortimer Favrot, Jr. James Faust Richard Fox Warren Gardner George W. Healy Colvllle Jackson Richard Jones James Kock Lee Leonard Alfred Lewis Edward Ludwig Andrew Martinez Caffery McCay Stewart Morris Robert Overall Shepard Pleasants Ledoux Provosty Kenneth Saer Samuel Sanders Roger Sharp Chandler Sherwood Julian Sherrouse Ned Simmons Robert Simpson Murdoch Snelljngs Edmund Talbot Herbert Van Horn Jack Weinmann Alonzo M. West Charles Wilson Barbee Winston John Fournet William Geary John Serber, Jr. John E. Grenler Harry I. Howard. Ill Donald Hammett Delta Kappa Epsllon was founded at Yale University in 1 844, and the Tulane Chapter, Tau Lambda was founded in 1899. Sam Sanders is the boss of the outfit, and is assisted In his duties by Tommy Ellis, the vice-president. Ned Simmons holds the power of the purse, while Herbert Van Horn is the lad who takes minutes. The Dekes are undoubtedly one of the more outstanding fraternities at Tulane due to ihelr Inane passion for the Deke Marching Song, which they yell to the complete intrigue of their neighbor;. Their other activities consist of running up and down Henry Clay Avenue at all hours, and slurping Rod ' s beer, by the bucket. 166 First Row: Alsobrook, Barkley, Brumfield, Bousquet, Cambon, R. Cox. Second Row: Craiq, DePass, Easter- ling, Favrof, Faust, Fournet. Third Row: Garner, Geary, Grenier, Jackson, Jones, Kay. Fourth Row: Lewis, Ludwig, Martinez, Morris, Overall, Pleasants. Fifth Row: Provosty, Sanders, Sharp, Sherwood, Sher- rouse, Snellings, Weinmann. Dreams -.1 167 Delta SIg Officers Yes Sir, — Kissing spreads germs m n JOSEPH MICELI President WARREN MIX Vice-President RAY FROEBA Vice-President MAX MILLER Treasurer ARTHUR HYLAND Sergeant-At-Arms BOB COLLINS Secretary MEMBERS Conrad Appel George Barlow Walter Barnes Henry Bayhi Andy Benson Howard Benson Cecil Brenson C. B. Brewster Lawrence Cannpulli Don Carson Ben Cinnini Hays Clark Bob Collins Camille Cutrone Coot Davis Grady Dinwiddie Oliver Dabezles Caldwell Daniels Paul Dastique Craig Felger Milton Finger Lionel FIdtte Hugh Fornet Earl George Al Guillott Wilbur Hantel Max Hart Harry Howard Arthur Hyland Dan Kirchenheuter A. J. Kleinschirndt Emil Kraft Peter Lampros Louis Lanaux Tom Leach Jules Lizarraga James Martin Stan McDermett Ray McGehee Jerald Mcintosh Joseph Miceli Max Miller Warren Mix Loyd Moppert Donald Muller Paul Mielly Charlie O ' Connell Joe Palermo Noel Parmentel John Parker Buster Pepper Harold Pike George Plunkett George Pratt James Pizant John Ramoneda Roy Reich Jack Rife Don Smith Wait Spence Gene St. John Ted Von Gohren Walter Von Hoven Bob Witcher Raymond Volker James Yongue Delta Sigma Phi was founded at the College of the City of New York in 1899, and Tulane ' s Chi Chapter was established in 1916. The Fraternity colors are nile green and white and the flower is the white carnation. Joseph Miceli is the president, ably assisted by his two vice-presidents, Warren Mix and Ray Froeba. Max Miller gleans th e wampum from the brothers and Bob Collins writes the chapter ' s letters. Arthur Hyland is the sergeant-at-arms. The two biggest parties of the Delta Sig ' s year are the winter formal and the inimitable Bayou Brawl. In addition, the fratres gather at the house frequently for the usual number of drinking brawls. 168 First Row: Barlow, Barnes, Bayhi, Benson, Collins, Davis, Daniels. Second Row: Dastique, Felger, Finger, Guillott, Hantel, Howard, Kirchenheuter. Third Row: Leach, Lizarraga, Martin, McDermett, Mcintosh, Miceli, Miller. Fourth Row: Mix, Moppert, Muller O ' Connell, Palermo, Parmentel, Plunkett. Fifth Rowi Praft, Ramoneda, Rife, Smith, Spence, Von Gohren, Von hloven, Yongue. This Is solid comfort 169 Delfs, Devils and Dames Bulldog sausage III Hi OFFICERS PARTIES PAUL MORPHY President FRED HARE Vice-President SIDNEY REYNAUD Treasurer THOMAS ALLEN Corresponding Secretary CHARLES RAMOND Recording Secretary PHARES FRANTZ Pledge Master Nov. 20, 1948 Costume party (Dantes Inferno) Dec. 10, 1948 Fraternity formal Dec. 18, 1948 Christmas Party Dec. 31, 1948 New Year ' s Eve Party MEMBERS Thomas Allen Bruce Ashley Robert Augustin Roland Bahan Tom Beal Frank Bell Sam Blanchard Robert Boswell Gerard Call Reginald Caro Anthony Clesi Leo Coco Robin Dahlberg Phares Frantz Robert Fuselier Hans Gruenburg Clifford Guibet Carl Halcenjos Fred Hare Don Harris Richard Howell Norwood Hymell Milton Janssen J. Boiling Jones Louis Kerner Ned Lambremont Cluis McCarthy Jerry Modenbach Paul Morphy George Newburn Donald Pettepher Charles Ramond Kerry Redmann Sidney Reynaud James Reynolds Hubert Roepe Arthur Rutherford Ken Shaw Theodore Smith Ray Sturkie Rodney Thompson F. J. Toups D. MacGregor V an Wart Joseph Viguerle Frank Vonder Harr Carl White Herbert Young 3 Under the guiding hand of president Paul Morphy. the Delts have plunged into one of their most successful years since the establishing of Beta Xi chapter at Tulane in 1889. During the past summer, actives and pledges turned out a small miracle in redecorating the house under the direction of Phares Frantz. The best party of the season in the opinion of all was the " Vive la France " party with the " Beta Xi-Clone " running a close second. Homecoming Day saw the Delts in second place with their display — brain child of Ken Shaw. A cocktail party In honor of the alumni followed Homecoming game after which all journeyed downtown to the Homecoming Dance at the city auditorium. 170 First Row: Bell, Boswell, Clesi, Hakenjos, Hymell. Sec- ond Row: Janssen, Lambremont, Modenbach, Morphy, Pettepher. Third Row: Ramond, Roepe, Shaw, Smith. Fourth Row: Vender hiarr. White, Young. Good to the last drop 171 Rushees are fhe luckiesf people K.A. ' s and Friends iippi HPm MEMBERS Dick Baccich Jim Bass George Baus Louis Bernard Buck Benton Charles Brown Gordon Clay Voss Coolcsey Cy Courtney Jack Craddock Cy Crites Jimmy Dick S+rueby Drumm Andrew Dykers Bobby Emery Buddy Emery Shirley Friend Bill Gardener Allen Gattis Mac Gautier Sen+on Granberry Lu+her Hall John Hammond Billy Hayden Joe Hero John Hobson Kay Hollisfer Kilian Huger Warren Hunt Clide Landre+h Charles LeCorgne Eugene Lozes Tony Magee John Marshall Kimo McVay William R. Moore, Jr. Ross Murrell Julian Newman Randy Newman Tommy Parker Adair Pedrick Parks Pedrick Burl Sammons Francis Scarrltt Bud Schwing Frank Smith Wilson Shirley Don Sf. Onge Jimmy S+ulb Lucius Suthon Walther Su+hon Ballard Tebo Steven Voelker Joe Ward Biake West Stuart Wooddy Leigh Williams Kappa Alpha was founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865, and Psi Chapter was founded at Tulane in 1886. The colors are Crimson and Old Gold, and the fraternity flowers are the Red Rose, and Magnolia. The crew is run by Charles Brown, ably assisted by Burl Sammons, Billy Hayden is secretary and Adair Pedrick has the power of the purse. Famed for many years for their annual Cotton Ball, the KA Rebels are maintaining that noble tradiHon, and are adding to their reputation for brawl throwing, in fact, almost any Saturday night, the Interested person can usually find some sort of mad aggregation in conclave at the house. 172 First Row: Ben+on, Courtney, Dick, Drumm, Dykers, Gattis. Second Row: Gautier, Hammond, Huger, Landreth, McVay, Newman. Third Row: A. Pedrick, P. Pedrick, Sammons, Scarritt, St. Onge, Stulb. Fourth Row: L. Suthon, W. Suthon, Tebo. Voelker, Ward, West. " — lift that barge; tote that bale " 173 " Crul!, Turner, Cannon and Women " IHPl SI Beautiful, wasn ' t it? MEMBERS Phil Albrecht John Baker Jannes Blewster Curtis Boisfontalne Robert Boh Baron Bourg Bob Breeding Warren Brennen Reginald Brinkman Robert Bruce Frank S. Cannon George Collier Ron Cowart Bill Crull Bob Danos Berkley Davis Gerald Delery El Dennon Fred Dixon Rudy Eason Homer Ellis Jack Gallion Claude Gillettee Jeff Green Robert Green Harold Hart Robert Harmon Julian Harwell Bob Hemperly Bill Hess Robert Hess E. B. Holbrook Pierre Halioway Harold Jamison Walter Kellog Claude Kelly Edward Landry Joe Landwehr Armand Legend re Edward LIndsey Sumner Long Al Lottinger Don Miester William Middleton Dick Mouledous Paul Newell Richard Norris Ed O ' Connor Eldon Pence Bob Peyroux Janar Raid Jack Roberts Dan Rogas Wilfred Roux Bob Seay Harry Schmidt Eugene Smith Donald Tinkle Robert Thompson John Treen Jack Turner Sid Vail Reggie Wagner Dick Wheat Herb Wren John Young All things being considered, Kappa Sigma Is without a doubt a fraternity on the Tulane campus. This year they had officers, Dip Treen, and Footsie Holbrook served as presidents. They had good parties, most memorable of which was the Pirate Party. They had fair athletic teams, but something went wrong, when Mackenroth, and Long got confused and won the tennis champion- ship. Also, the Kappa Sigs this ye ar had good whiskey, and bad women. 174 First Row: Albrecht, Baker, Blewster, Bolsfontaine, Brennen, Brinkman, Bruce, Collier. Second Row: Co- wart, Crull, Danos, Eason, Ellis, Galllon, Gillette, J. Green. Third Row: R. Green, Hart, Harwell, Hemper- ly, B. Hess, R. Hess, Holbrook, Holloway. Fourth Row: Jamison, Kelly, Landwehr, Legendre, LIndsey, Long, Lottlnger. Fifth Row: MIester, MIddleton, Newell, O ' Conner, Pence, Peyroux, Roberts. Sixth Row: Roux, Seay, Thompson, Turner, Vail, Wren, Young. Alcoholics 175 r«i yppi OFFICERS PLEDGE OFFICERS ' E. RONALD ORFILA President FRANK V. McMILLEN. II First Vice-President EDWARD BAGSETT Second Vice-President V ILLIAM S. JAMESON Secretary SIMMIE MONROE Treasurer ROBERT S. KLINE Pledge Director ERNEST V ILLIAM DRACKETT, Jr Corresponding Secretary EDMUND P. PIXBERG, Jr Sergeant-At-Arms HOMER K. JOHNSON, Jr. ..-. " . Sergeant-At-Arms JOHN H. PHILLIPS _ President ANDREW WHIT. CRAMER Vice-President JACK E. PONDER Secretary MEMBERS William B. Allison Edward Baggeth Harold C. Baimer Joseph W, Baimer Robert V. Barnett Emile Baumhauer John R. Bise, III Brantle Blankenship Alv yn Buckland E. Phil Bultman, Jr. Grover L. Bynum William B. Cameron Warren O. Coleman A. Whittler Cramer Joseph De Blanc, Jr. Paul Desbon Ernest Draclcett, Jr. Max E. Druen Robert N. Eddy Dyer J. Farley LocWood Fell John A. Ferris, Jr. Harvey Fitzpatriclc Fred M. Guice Robert E. Guyton Theodore F. Ha Her, Jr Herman V. Hassell William E. Hiller James W. Holmes Donald B. Jackson John B. Jameson, Jr, William S. Jameson Homer K. Johnson, Jr. Robert S. Kline John A. Lohman Cedric W, Lowtey Frank V. McMillen, II Robert L. Magee John E. Meeks Chris L. Mengis Simmie R. Monroe Russell Montgomery Aubrey L. Moore William B. Morgan Benjamin B. Okel E. Ronald Orfila Rene Paysse John H. Phillips Edmund P. Pixberg, Jr. Reuben J. Plant Jack E. Ponder J. Ford Reilley James B. Roberts Richard Ruckstuhl A. J. Schmitt Peter Schneider Peter C. Smith Frank Smolen John E. Stafford Clay E. Talbot. Jr. Edward Van Amerongen Phi Kappa Sigma, the oldest fraternity on the Tulane campus, was founded at the University of Pennsylvania, October 19, 1850. Mu Chapter came to Tulane on January 14, 1858. The year ' s social activities were started with Intensive rushing, which was climaxed by a tremen- dous punch party given in honor of the new pledges. During the football season, various sorority pledges were entertained at the house. The highlight of the year Is the annual formal given at the New Orleans Country Club. This was closely followed by the Plainsman Party and Bowery Party in so far as popularity is concerned. 176 First Row: Allison, H. Balmer, J. Balmer, Barnett, Baumhaver, Bultman, Blankenship. Second Row: Des- bon, Drackett, Ferris, Haller, Hiller, Holmes, Jackson. Third Row: J. Jameson, W. Jameson, Johnson, Loh- man, Lowery, McMillen, Meeks. Fourth Row: Monroe, Montgomery, Okel, Orfila, Pixberq, Plant, Ponder. Fifth Row: Reilley, Smith, Smolen, Stafford, Talbot, Van Amerongen. " They too sailed on " 4 ' [ ri 177 They told them they were going to d party . . , And they did PH 111 !«ni MEMBERS Gordon A. Atkinson W. Harold Avani " John A. Batt Buddy Beasley William Beckam Sterling B. Bignsr Charles Bonura James hi. Brennan Littleton Brodie Malcolm Brown C. Bayless Conley John T. Cooper James O. Crary W. H. Dudley, III Burton S. Floyd Robert Fly Earl Fredricks Walter Gagnet Samuel hiarris hiarvey Hellman John hlunt Alexander Jackson Jane Shepard Ben Joiner G. Fred Lamprecht Edward Lennox Emanuel Livaudais Sam Maclin George Maddox Robert Maxwell Richard Nash Richard Nunnally H. F. Page Leonard Parrish W. Lee Poe Carol Ray Robert Rogers Edmund Rose Thomas Ryan Jack Sammer Thomas Sandridge Robert Shader Earl Sigur R. Clyde Smith Robert Starks Hooper Stiles Frank J. Stitch, Jr. John Thompson Richard Wamsgams, Jr. Walter Ward Douglas Watters, Jr. Lowell Westermann William Willkomn Richard Wilson Robert Zetzmann Phi Delta Theta Is now in its lOOth year nationally, while Louisiana Alpha Chapter at Tulane. is in its 59th year. Local activity started on September lOth. after a highly succe ssful lOOth an- niversary celebration at Miami University, the birthplace of the fraternity. Among the highlights of the Phi Delt year were the annual South Sea Island party, the Bed- time party, the Christmas party and the Annual spring Formal, in addition to a slew of beach parties and truck rides. In the BMOC department. Phi Delt has its share. Of great importance to Frnka ' s, Greenies. were brothers, Bobby Maxwell and George Maddox. kicking and line boys respectively. 178 First Row: Batt, Beckham, Biqner, Bonura, Brodie, Charbonnet. Second Row: Conley, Cooper, Fly, Gag- net, Hunt, Jane. Third Row: Livaudais, Maclin, Max- well, Nunnaly, Parrish, Poe. Fourth Row: Rose, Ryan, Sandridge, Sigur, Starkes, Stitch. Fifth Row: Wams- gams, Watters, Wilson, Zetzmann. A stitch in time " -a -ses-T i Mx ' W j ' m r W- ' 7 mM L i imi 3 ! 01 J f W «. - i »: !SWK: :■: vt :: m, li t 4 - m . «Mt»»» 179 Pike Placed After the brawl was over PI lun am ACTIVES Henry T. Aardweg Edgar M. Ashworth, Jr Harry A. Burglass James H. Cadzow Dudley L. Corbin John S. Carinhas Robert L. Douglas Richmond B. Dennis William F. Fant Richard M. Fields Shira K. Hartley Pecoblo C. Impastato Paul E. T. Jensen John A. Jumel, III James R. Henry Ernest W. Hupperlch Leonard R. Kennedy Car! A. Kline Crawford W. Long James W. McCrary, Jr. Michael M. Maher John R. McLaughlin Robert D. Munch Sam Matttna Joe Mattlna Gilbert Morgan Louis C. Murray Samuel F. Parker Cornellous C. Perkins Edward P. Randolph, III David R. Rodrigue Matt T. Roberts William G. Roland, Jr. Walter F. Roy David H. Rust Creed B. Scogglns Harold E. R. Scherer, Jr. Bobby Glenn Smith James M. Snedigar Joseph E. Stockwell Robert E. Taylor Leo F. Wagner, Jr. Charles T. White. Jr. William D. Weil J. B. Weig Jack W. Williams Forrest C. Wilson, Jr. George R. WImblsh George R. Wood, Jr. William Z. Zisi William H. Davis Max M. MInter Walter J. Folse Maurice Therlot Russel Porter Milton F. Anton Thomas C. Creagon PLEDGES Wallace Bewley Joseph Holiday Russel! F. Ledoux Clarence J. Martin Terry T. Miller Donald M. Randolph Walter W. Whitlock During the Christmas holidays, he Pikes finally got a place they could call " home. " They moved a dozen men Into the house and settled down to a real fraternity existence. In the last two rush seasons, PIKA has pledged more rushees than any other fraternity on campus, bringing Its membership to over sixty five and placing It high among the largest fraternities at Tijlane. In addition to the regular run-of-the-mill parties, PIKA gave two highly memorable events: the Dream Girl Formal, at which Fran Dalton was elected " Dream Girl of PIKA " ; and the Fals Do Do, one of the most unusual parties of the year. 180. First Row: Aardweg, Anton, Ashworth, Carinhas, Coulon, Creaqan, Corbin, Douglas. Second Row: Fant, Hartley, Hupperlch, Innpastato, Jensen, Jumel, Kline, LeDoux. Third Row: Long, Maher, Mattina, Mc- Crary, Minter, Morgan, Munch, Parker. Fourth Row: Perkins, D. Randolph, E. Randolph, Rodrigue, Roland, Rust, Scherer, Scoggins. Fifth Row: Shrine, Smith, Snedigar, Theriot, Wagner, Weil, Wimbish, Wood, Zisi. The officers f f o f " p o 181 Must have been an Interesting remark I] iuu in m OFFICERS FRED DAUSSIN President JAMES PATRICK Vice-President BOB BOUDREAU Secretary HOWDY TRELEAVEN . Recorder BILL CORRY Correspondent KEN LANGGUTH Chronicler MIKE McNULTY Herald WAYNE VINCENT Warden BOB COX Chaplain BOB HULICK House Manager MEMBERS James Harner Biade Samuel H. Benbow Robert J. Boudreau Robert Bryson Wade Burnside, Jr. Harry Cabral, Jr. Hamilton Cage Jim Collins William Corry Robert Cox Rodney Crowder Fred Daussin Thomas Shelby Farmer Malcolm Forsyth J. Marsh Frere Gene Clankler David Grey Richard Hadden Harry Hubenthal Robert Hulick Thomas S. Kelly. Jr. Jim Kennedy Carlos Lamar Kenny Langguth Clyde LeBlanc Henry LeMIeux Guy LeMieux Andrew Mays Michael McNulty Jack Newman William P. Pardue James K. Patrick Charles Prevost Daniel Ryan Sartor, Jr. Richmond Sharb rough Wilson Shoughrue Richard S. Sterkx Douglas Stutsman Blanchard H. Texada Howdy Treleaven Wayne Vincent Eugene Lee Wallace, Jr. Philip B. Watson, Jr. Samuel G. Weliborn Jim Wilson, Jr. Ernest Allen Wright James Wynne Sigma Alpha Epsilon started its fifty-first year on the campus this fall with the introduction of its new house on Broadway. After pledging twenty-three men following rush week, SAE quickly fell into the host of high spirit that reigned with Tulane ' s winning football team and were only too sorry to see the season close in late November. With football season passed the Saturday night victory celebrations, the Sunday afternoon sorority parties, and, of course, the pledge-active foot- ball game. The annual Christmas party featured everything from Santa Claus himself to a Spike Jones orchestra composed of the members of the pledge class. Then after saying farewell to all Newcomb sororities and dormitories by serenading them with Christmas carols and fraternity songs, the brothers bid each other a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year and left for the Yuletlde vacation. The SAE black and white formal welcomed everyone back to school in January to the music of Loyd Alexander in the Tulane Room of the Jung Hotel. There were swift changes of scenery at the fraternity house as the second semester opened. Parties varied from gambling casslnos to Square Dances to MardI Gras, climaxing with the Founders Day Banquet celeb ratiing the founding of Sigma Alpha Epsilon at the University of Alaba ma on March 9, 1856. It was quite a year. 182 The men that ran the show First Row: Blake, Boudreau, Bryson, Burnside, Cabral, Collins. Second Row: Corry, Cox, Farmer, Forsyth, Frere, Hadden. Third Row: Kelly, Kennedy, Lamar, Langguth, LeBlanc, LeMieux. Fourth Row: McNulty, Patrick, Prevost, Sartor, Sharbrough, Stutsman. Fifth Row: Treleaven, Vincent, Wallace, Watson, Wellborn, Wilson, Wright. iSjisss ' iFI " P. fWisr-ifSl ' ?• iw f 4 m 183 " State Meets Fate " also showing " Return of the Grad " Cutting the chapters birthday cake siGiiA Airy i OFFICERS JACK GURRY Prior CHARLES S. ROSENBLUM Co-Exchequer JULIUS M. COHN Co-Exchequer MARTON A. MADOFF Recorder MEMBERS Beryl O. Ames Leonard Bagelman Louis Bell Robert R. Bender Alvin Binder Paul Blau Joel Cohn Julius M. Cohn Jerald Feldman Leonard A. Goldstein Lester S. Granetz Mason Griff Robert Gross Jack Gurry Alvin K. Halpern Joseph S. Harris Steven Holsman Ralph Katz Stanley Klrsmen Sannuel P. Landers Ivan R. Leopold Milton Loeb Morton A. Madoft Jordan A. Metzger Erwin Monasters Robert L. Orenstein Arnold Pesses Richard Rosen Charles S. Rosenblum Melvin Rothenberg Edward S. Schl singer Harland Sindell Irvin A. Skibell Beni Toledano John Walters Manuel Weiss Donald Wolf HHarry F. Yoffee Milton Orkin Sigma Alpha Mu was founded on the Tulane Campus in 1920 and at the annual Orchid Formal in November, the chapter celebrated its twenty-eighth anniversary. The formal was the high point of the Sammie ' s social season, Anita Fay Zinn was elected sweetheart, and the usual good time was had by everyone. In addition to the formal, the fraternity had some other top flight parties: the Plantation Party at which fried chicken was the piece de resistance; the farewell banquet; and the shipwreck party. All in all, this has been one of Sammie ' s best years on the Tulane campus. 184 First Row: Baqelman, J. Cohn, J. M. Cohn, Feldman, Goldstein. Second Row: Griff, Helpern, Landers, Levy, Gurry. Third Row: Metzqer, Monastersky, Or- kin, Schlesinger, SindelL Fourth Row: Skibell, Toledano, Wolf, Yoffee. Don ' t look so happy Arnold, your a pledge now 135 Cokes ! ! Not the Sigma Chl ' s we Icnow Awh, go ahead, take another one, no ones looking lyi OFFICERS MEMBERS WILLIAM E. WATKINS Consul RICHARD J. JOHNSON Pro-Consul EDWARD THOMAS PITCHER Annotafor FRANKLIN HILDEBRAND Tribune GEORGE D. NELSON Associate Editor DAVID HAMILTON Magister Edward S. Bagley Thomas Bowman Paul Brosman Robert Brush Donald Church Everett Dane Thomas Deana LIvingson de Lancey Lee S. Dickerson Fredrick Evans Vernon Lea Ewing Richmond Galbreath Thomas Green Earl Patten Gore Thomas L. Habig David C. Hamilton Henry Louis Hammett Robert Bernard Hammett Connie Hanley Henry Grady Harper Franklin Hildebrand " Doc " Herrmann Julius Hohenstein Richard Johnson Richard Johnson Robert Jones Henry Ketchum Sherwood Kiser Louis Phillippe Larue " Chuck " Lawrence Clinton Edward Lockard Michael Maloney Louis G. McGee, Jr. Hugh McLeod John McLeod George D. Nelson, Jr. Robert James Paterson Myron Pickens Edward Thomas Pitcher Edward McCall Plauche William Arthur Porter Tom Reising Benjamin C. Sale, Jr. Joseph Shields Catchings Baird Smith Thomas Stout William Voss Walter Waslington William Watkins Richard Weir Robert Milton Wells Clement Walker Weston Fraternity flower: White Rose. The White Cross of Sigma Chi has been proudly on the Tulane Campus since 1882. Since that date thousands of men have been initiated into Alpha Omicron chapter. And this year 67 years after that founding, Sigma Chi is carrying on in a grand and glorious fashion. This year we ardently followed the great Tulane " Green Wave " pigskin eleven. We cheered the victorious basketball team. We entertained with some fine parties that were wholeheartedly enjoyed. The fellowship was superlative and the old Sig proposition of reciprocity toward members and Fraternity was tenaciously adhered to. (Oh, Constantine) . These little morsels of college life at the old white house on 803 Pine will long be remembered by those who associated with Sigma Chi. As for " Big Wheels, " Sigma Chi has Its share. Harris Copenhaver is co-editor of the yearbook, the JAMBALAYA; Dave Hamilton Is vice-president of the Junior Class of Commerce; and we can proudly point to our finest footballer, Bobby Jones of the Greenie football varsity. (And incldently to our beautiful sweetheart, Miss Violet Whitehead, who was selected to be homecoming queen}. Guiding us through this successful year was Bill Watkins who manipulated the gavel; Richard Johnson who worked in the shadow of our consul; Tom Richer who recorded the chapter function for posterity and future Sigs; Bob Brush did the debiting and crediting; George Nelson was our " public relations " man; and David Hamilton had the nerveracklng job of educating our pledges. 186 First Row: Bowman, Brosman, Brush, Church, Dane, Deane, deLancey, Dickenson. Second Row: Evans, Ewinq, Green, hiabig, Hamilton, Hammett, Hanley, Hildebrand. Third Row: hHerrmann, hJohenstein, John- son, Jones, Ketchum, Larue, Lawrence, McGee. Fourth Row: hi. McLeod, J. McLeod, Nelson, Pickens, Pitcher, Porter, Reising, Shields. Fifth Row: Smith, Voss, Wadlington, Watkins, Wells, Weston. Maroons marooned 187 Nothing like good old cafeteria cooking The trend of the times SlliiA PI OFFICERS TOM McBRIDE President GEORGE MARKEY Vice-President OETTRICH HASS Secretary JOE RICHARDS Treasurer LOUISE HEINTZ Warden WILDER KUHN Harold MEMBERS Lee Bateman Howard Bell Edward Benton, Jr. Pat Bryer Dave Clary Clifford DeLaup Ward DeLaup Bob Eggerton Lyie Garitty Oettrlch Mass Billy Hagstette Frank Hava Louis Heintz Larry Hennessey Robert Hood Bernie Horton John Huber Dan Hurley Douglas Jaubert Bill Keller Wilder Kuhn Alan Kunz John Lopez George Markey Alvin Malus Donald Maynard Tom McBride Louis Mey Paul Naquin Ed Nolen Don Norez Bruce Nunez Harvey Oelkers Russell Parpal Norman Reisig Joe Richards Ruggles Stapleton Gerald Schwark Leon Sule August Wagner Founded: Vincennes University, 1897; Omicron, 1920. Under the able leadership of Tom McBride and his associates, and following in the footsteps of past sage Carl Dolce, Sigma Pi is recording ' 48- ' 49 as another banner year. Outstanding of accomplishment was the incorporation in the state of Louisiana the Sigma Pi House Corporation. Social items of interest include a Hallowe ' en Barn Dance with witches, punch, music dancing, and ghosts; an unusual-as recorded in the minutes- Christmas Party; a Christmas Party for the orphans which contributed its due amount of good cheer; the lavish Mardi Gras truck ride; Founder ' s Day Banquet; the famous Orchid Formal; and other less publicized events. 188 First Row: Bateman, Bell, Bryer, Garitty, Haas, Hara. Second Row: Hennessey, Hood, Huber, Hurley, Jau- bert, Keller. Third Row: Kuhn, Lopez, Markey, May- nard, McBride, Naquin. Fourth Row: Nolen, Norez, Schwark, Soule. The Christmas parfy 189 i - . « L f a " ■ T. A " " . Our new house Watching the " Fords " go by nil lEii II OFFICERS LEONARD WOLFF President JAY LEWIS RUBIN Vice-President JOEL LEWIS RUBIN Secretary ROBERT HIRSCH Treasurer MEMBERS Herbert Abraham Joe Badt Benjamin BashlnsU Robert Cohn Murry Cohen Norman Davidson John Dreyfus Seymour Dreyfus hloward Eichenbaum Willard Eisner P. J. Ekman Robert Feldman Phil Flowers Richard Garfinkel Marc Golden Bob Goldsmith Julien Good Milton Gould VIncint Goodman hiarry Hammil Julian Henriquiis Leo Heymann Roger Jacobs L. R. Jalenak Mervin Jankower Don Kahan Leon Kahn Eugene Katz Jonas Kisber. Jr. Julian Kurtz Sidney Lazard Buddy Lazarov. Donald Levy Ferd Levy Sol Lift Paul Litner Tony Lowe Howard Maibach Bob Maltz David Masur Hobart Meyer, Jr. Sol MIntz Leonard Parker Morton Pepper Leo Rocs Jerome Rosenthal Walter Schwartz Morey Sear Skippy Schlenker Ralfe Silverman Bob Sonfield Gilbert Spencer Stanley Starr Charles Stern Sam Strauss, Jr. Henry Threefoot Leonard Tunis Ralph Turner Conrad Weil Donald Weil Max Weinstein Richard Wise Pete Beer Adrian Benjamin Jerry Edelstein Robert Hirsch Leonard Wolff Joel L. Shore Jay Lewis Rubin Zeta Beta Tau was founded at the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1898, and in 1909, the Sigma Chapter at Tulane was installed. The fraternity colors are Blue, White and Gold, and the flower is the white rose. Leonard Wolff is intrusted with the job of managing the mob, and his assistant in the rather arduou!- task is Jay Lewis Rubin, not to be confused with Joel Lewis Rubin, the secretary. All mattei ' s financial are handled by Robert Hirsch. Among the social events on the Zebe calendar are the annual formal, the truck ride to Covington to meet their L.S.U. brothers, and the usual aggregation of parties during the year. 190 First Row: Abraham, Bashinski, Beer, Benjamin, Cohn, Cohen, Davidson. Second Row: Dreyfus, Eichenbaum, Eisner, Ekman, Good, hienriques, Jalenak. Third Row: Jankower, Kahan, Kahn, Kisber, Levy, Lift, Litner. Fourth Row: Maibach, Masur, Meyer, Mintz, Parker, Pepper, Roos. Fifth Row: Rubin, Sear, Sondfield, Starr, Strauss, Threefoot, Tunis, Turner. They make the President stand 191 II p p 1 i i OFFICERS E. WARREN EISNER President DAVE LEVINE LEONARD FUHRER Vice-President ACTIVES Secretary MEL WEINGARTEN Treasurer Aaron Buchsbaum Morris Burk Stanley Cantor Cllve Cummis Leonard Diamond E. Warren Eisner Stuart Farber Leonard Fuhrer David Levine Morris Levy Al Lechter Jerome Maliner Monroe Marsh Joe Nelkin Paul Newman Ned Padwa Max Pallet Stanley Rabin Gerson Saltz Saul Schneider Jack Sherman Art Steinburg Harold Smelson Ronald Sturtz Gilbert Walker Mel Weingarten Lewis Wiener Edward ZaI+a h4erbert Zeffert Kappa Nu was founded at Rochester University in 191 1. and In 1922, Sigma Chapter was installed at Tulane. The fraternity colors are purple and white and the fraternity flowers are the orchid and the gardenia. The mob is handled by E. Warren Eisner, who is assisted in this task by Leonard Fuhrer. Dave Levine Is scribe for the clan, while Mel Weingarten is responsible for paying bills and occasionally collecting dues. The chapter gives the usual bunch of parties, but all members look forward to the annual formal which is given in May. 192 Dk UGlieiK The Pan-Hellenic Council represents the co-operation and harmony maintained by the fraternities in guarding their college ' s ideals and better serving their college community. The Council is the governing body of the eleven fraternities on New- comb ' s campus; it is composed of two representatives from each frater- nity. This year, a Pan-hHellenIc Council Key was adopted for the first time on the Newcomb campus. Among the numerous welfare activities, Pan- hlellenic assisted in the Aid to St. Lo Drive and sponsored the European Clothing Drive. In addition. Sorority Skit Night again was outstanding on the enter- tainment program. The talent and ideas originated within each sorority and were most cleverly presented much to the pleasure of the entire University. A cup was awarded to the sorority which produced the best skit. Later in the year the annual Scholarship Banquet was held honoring the pledge and active member of each sorority who led their group in scholarship. 194 SUZANNE ALCUS OFFICERS President FRANCES KENTNER ANN BRODIE Treasurer REPRESENTATIVES Secretary JANE SPARKMAN JOYCE STABA PAT MAY PAT KISBER ANN BRODIE BARBARA BLUM ETHEL EATON .... CATHERINE NAEF. . . . SAYLE STOCKER . . . . JANE PARKHOUSE CHRISTHEL NUNSESSER First Row: Alcus, Blum, Eaton. . . . Alpha Delta Pi . . . Alpha Delta Pi - . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Omicron Pi Beta Sigma Omicron Beta Sigma Omicron .... Chi Omega Chi Omega Delta Zeta PATSY JO McDowell Delta Zeta MARTHA ANN TAYLOR Kappa Alpha Theia PETIE KELLY Kappa Alpha Theta DEBORAH CARROLL Kappa Kappa Gamma GEORGIA FISHER Kappa Kappa Gamma WINNIE KELLY Phi Mu GAYLE MACKENROTH Phi Mu CHARLENE McCORKLE Pi Beta Phi ELIZABETH NICHOLSON Pi Beta Phi SALLY JAMES Zeta Tau Alpha FRANCES KENTNER Zela Tau Alpha Fisher, James. Second Row: Kelly, Kentner, Kisber, McCorkle, McDowell. Fourth Row: Parkhouse, Staba, Taylor. Third Row: May, Naef, Nicholson, Nungesser. 195 Among our souvenirs Coca-Cola was there iUU n OFFICERS MARGUERITE GALLOWAY President EMMA MORPHY Vice-President NELL GUILLOT Corresponding Secretary BETH SMITH - Recording Secretary TRICIA McRAVEN Treasurer MEMBERS Pd+sy Adams Patricia Burke Louise Courtney Gate Marie Campagna Martha Marie Coltharp Doris Como Margaret Connell Kay Betty Davis Margot Frieda Frantzen M a rg a ret G a 1 1 owa y Shirley Green Fleurette Gross Nell GuiNot Sancy Hamilton Patricia S. hiinrichsen Dorothy Jung Lottie Louise Lee Nancy Lockwood Dorothy Maness Mary Matlage Rosemary McDonnell Tricia McRaven Gertrude Mlangollorra Emma Morphy Mildred Joyce Myers Effie Louise Perkins Caryl Ann Smild! Mary Elizabeth Smith Jane Sparkman Joyce Staba Gloria Stewart Mary Strausbaugh Ann Swartwout Katherlne Thornron Jacequelyn M. Vizzini Joycelyn M. Von Ehren Marilyn Woodward Alpha Delta Pi, founded in 1851. Is the oldest Greek letter sorority for women. Epsilon chapter of Alpha Delta Pi set up housekeeping at Newcomb in November of 1906. The insignia of the sorority Is a diamond shape pin set with pearls, and the flowers Is the violet. The social calendar for the year was crowded. The round of activities began with rush parties, pledging, and a dinner for the pledges. The next attraction was the weekly battles of the Green Wave, which the A. D. Pi ' s celebrated by having the door of their Pine Street domain open before all of the games. A Christmas party, the annual Spring Formal, the Founder ' s Day Banquet held May 15, and the house-party on the Gulf coast were other highlights of the social schedule. 196 First Row: Burke, Gate, Campagna, Coltharp, Frant- zen, Galloway, Green. Second Row: Gross, Hinrich- sen, Jung, Lee, Lockwood, Maness, Matlage. Third Row: McDonnell, McRaven, Morphy, Myers, Perkins, Staba, Stewart. Fourth Row: Strausbaugh, Swartwout, Thornton, Vizzini, Von Ehren, Woodward. OHic 197 Enjoying ourselves Offic i ) I Ll 1 1 1 Ll li OFFICERS MYRNA FEINBERG President FLORA MAE GALE Vice-President DIANE MICHAEL Scribe ISABEL PEAL Registrar JOAN SOLOMON Treasurer MEMBERS Suzanne Alcus Shirley Bersadsky Leone Bloch Janet Brizman Carol Brown Lucienne Brunschwic Jane Burkenroad Connie Cohen Leah Drescher Shirley Dryer Ina Lee Edrehl Myrna Freinberg Joan Field Nancy Frankel Lee Friedlander Ellen Frolichs+ein Flora Mae Gale Shirley tJlosserman Jane Goldman Gloria Goodmdn Joan Goodman Pafsy Hausmann Marion hielzberg Carol Hirsh Honey Hohenberg Sydney Hohenberg Hermine Jacobs Marjorie Kafyi Pal Kisber Carolyn Klein Margot Kramer Dot Krasne Jane Levy Marie Louise Levy Patricia May Marilyn Meyer Diane Michael Elinor Newstadt Ann Pake Isabel Peal Ruth Radin Jay Reinganum Rhoda Robinowitz Betty Jean Rosen Alyce Rosenberg Janet Scharff Ann Schornstein Betty Lee Setf Joan Solomon Jocelyn Spitz Bertha Jean Stein Kay rhreefoat Ellen Tishman Barbara Tofol Claire Walker Florence Weil Tanya Wahl Martha Zibberman Anita Fay Zinn The letters AEP, set with pearls and standing side by side, form the pin of Alpha Epsilon Phi. This pin, together with the colors, green and white, the flower [llly-of-the-valley} , and Ihe jewel (pearl) compose the insignia of Alpha Epsilon Phi. Phi was founded October 24, 1909 at New Vork ' s Barnard College; seven years later, on December 24, 1916, Epsilon chapter came to New comb, taking its place as the third oldest active chapter in the country. Since that time, Epsilon ' s girls have always taken a leading and active part in all realms of college life. Highlights of their social calendar this year included besides rush parties, the tradi- tional Green and White Tea, pledge-active get togethers, the annual banquet honoring the graduat- ing seniors and best of all the wonderful Spring Formal. Aside from strictly social activities, the girls busied themselves in playing foster parents to a little twelve-year-old French girl, victim of the war. They still had time to take a leading part in strictly college activities too, being amply represented on the Dean ' s List and in the many clubs and societies on the campus. Outstanding in college activities this year were Suzanne Alcus, President of Newcomb Pan-hellenic Council, Myrna Feinberg. Dormitory Wing President, Ann Schornstein, Secretary of the Junior Class, Martha Zllberman, Secretary of the Swimming Club and Joan Solomon, Secretary of Greenbackers. 198 First Row: Alcus, Bersadsky, Bloch, Brizman, Brown, Brunschwiz, Burkenroad, Cohen. Second Row: Edrehi, Freinberg, Field, Frankel, Glosserman, Goldman, G, Goodman, J. Goodman. Third Row: Hausman, Hirsh, Hohenberg, Kahn, Kisber, Klein, Kramer, J. Levy. Fourth Row: M. Levy, May, Meyer, Michael, New- stadt. Pake, Peal, Radin. Fifth Row: Reinganum, Rob- inowitz, Rosen, Rosenberg, Scharff, Schornstein, Seff, Solomon. Sixth Row: Spitz, Stein, Threefoot, Topol, Walker, Weil, Wohl, Zilberman, Zinn. Skit Night 199 Sharks Never mind the smile, Queenie, just sing IIPBI OFFICERS JOEL BETH SUHREN President ANN WELSH Vice-President DORA MARTIN Recording Secretary JOAN HEANEY Corresponding Secretary MARION McCUTCHEON Treasurer MEMBERS Camllle Agnew Mary Belle Alston Deanne Berkley Barbara Blum Renee Bousquef Martha hlughes Bringle Ann Brodie hlarriet Carter Barbara Cherry Ann Coleback Ann Crump Jeanne Day Noel Dillard Barbara Ferguson Pamela Floyd Carol Cranberry Anne Greene Barbara Hammett Joyce Harper Joan Heaney Jocelyn Heaney Mary Anne Hebert Catherine Hodges Marilyn Hodges Joan Kastler Sally Kastler Betty Lamar Louisa Landon Mary Landry Gwen Langridga Carol Le Corgns Edna Lee Marion Lowe Dora Martin Marion McCutcheon Morris Middleton Patricia O ' Brien Mary Elizabeth Fatten Joan Pesquie Beatrice Rault Patricia Reinerth Gene Robin Charlotte Sfioaf Blanche Snowden Evelyn Socola Anne Stringer Joel Beth Suhren Katherine Talbot Doris Tremoulet Mary Walker Anne Welsh Hazel Yarbrough Pi chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi was established at Newcomb College of Tulane University on September 8, 1898; this year marks the Fiftieth Anniversary of Alpha Omicron Pi at Newcomb. The Golden Jubilee Year was celebrated by the Pledge Banquet in September, the Founder ' s Day Ban- quet in December, the Dance in the Spring, and the Senior Banquet In May. True to its long-standing traditions, A O Pi had its share of Beauty Queens, as well as members of Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Sigma Sigma, and Assets. Beatrice Rault was elected President of the Newcomb Student Body; Patty O ' Brien served as President of the Art School. Pi chapter was also represented by members of the Honor Board, Athleric Council, House Council of the Resident Government Association, and the Jambalaya. Ann Colebeck served as President of The Forum. Other members were named to Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Truly, the Golden Jubilee Year of Alpha Omicron Pi at New- comb was one of continued service to Tulane. The pin is the letters A O Pi superimposed; the color, cardinal; the Jacqueminot Rose. jewel, ruby; the the 200 First Row: Alston, Berkley, Blum, Bousquet, Bringle, Cherry. Second Row: Crump, Cranberry, Greene, Harper, Hebert, Heaney. Third Row: Hodges, C, Hodges, M., Kastler, J., Kastler, S., Marriott, Martin. Fourth Row: McCutcheon, Middleton, O ' Brien, Pat- ton, Reinerth, Sheaf. Fifth Row: Snowden, Socola, Stringer, Suhren, Walker, Welsh. Offi( 201 Incognito! Imagine that Mi nnm OFFICERS NATHALIE ROELING President BEVERLY BLANE Vice-President NORMA STRATZ Recording Secretary BETTY MALONE Corresponding Secretary MARY ANN THOMPSON •. . Treasurer MEMBERS Mary Ann Arnold Elsa Asplundh Gerlain Beaucoudray Winnie Beier Beverly Blane Joyce Bruff Jean Celll Clementine Doskey Ethel Eaton Diane Fournet Walt rout Goedeske Gretchen Hanemann Marilyn Hanemann Marguerite Krestensen Janet Levy Jane Lee Luft Betty Malone Jocelyn Maynard Catherine Naef Joan Price Josephine Ramos Nathalie Roeling Marion Romaine Mary Durland Sapp Sydney Smithers Patsy Earl Spring Norma Stratz Mary Ann Thompson Patricia Welton Betty Jean West Founded In 1888 at Columbia. Missouri, BSO settled at Newcomb in 1929 In the form of Alpha Sigma chapter. Our colors are ruby and pink and our flowers are the Richmond and Ki I la may The gal with the gavel around the rooms Is Nathalie Roeling, and in her absence Bev Blane maintains order as well as keeping the pledges walking the chalkline. Norma Stratz, as chief minute scribbler records those items that should make history someday, while Betty Malone mass produces tons of thank-you notes and other chapter activities — In this field we Beta Sigs can ' t help but boast. Dabbling freely in campus politics, we claim Norma Stratz, President of the Music School, Ethel Eaton, President of the Y.W.C.A., and Janet Levy, President of the Freshman class. Mary Jane Thompson guards the strongbox and so effectively that we promptly reward her by paying our dues whenever she appears In rags, holding the tin cup. Our life off the campus Is highlighted by the annual Formal, Easter house party, and numerous parties and feeds which we flock to on every possible occasion. 202 First Row: Arnold, Asplundh, Beaucoudray, Beier, Blane, Bruff, Celli. Second Row: Doskey, Eaton, Four- net, Goedeske, Hannemann, Krestensen, Levy. Third Row: Luft, Maynard, Naef, Price, Ramos, Roeling, Ro- maine. Fourth Row: Sapp, Smithers, Spring, Stratz, Welton, West. Officers 203 Knit one — pearl two ed? n u OFFICERS ELAINE JONES President KATHRYN FAVROT Vice-President JANE PARKHOUSE Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS Jean Anis June Antley Eugenia Baird Elizabeth Barkdull Eonlta Benedict Margaret Bingham Beverly Brown Virginia Bowen Elizabeth Calvert Eloise Cappell Nan Dantzler Joan Donaldson Noel Donovan Jean Edwards Margaret Ann Edwards Phyllis Emiing Margaret Endress Kathryn Favrot Margaret Field Elizabeth Freret Margaret Sandolfo Elizabeth Garrison Margaret Heyer Mary Kay Hickey Phyllis Hobbs Marian Hodges Joan James Elaine Jones Janet Kerlin Ruth King Virginia King Margaret Landry Claire Lewis Andrea Livaudals Christine Mag ruder Nancy Marler Eugenia McLaughlin hlelen Messlck Dahlgren Miller Bettina Muelling Mary Blakeslee Nettleton Betty Ohemig Peggy O ' Niell Jane Parkhouse Polly Jean Phelps Molly Roy June Sherrouse Milllcent Smitherman Gayle Stocker Flora Talmage Genevieve Walker Jackie Walker Jeanne Walker Jane Kittrell Ware June Wells Mary Whitehead At the turn of the century when Newcomb was becoming famous for its southern belles, Chi Omega decided to join the roll call and established Rho chapter on the campus in 1900. The Chi Omegas are still holding up the tradition in that respect, but they also contribute to the col- lege spirit with their Interest in campus activities and their full schedule of sorority banquets, formals and bi-monthly suppers in their rooms. The sorority pin Is the Greek letters Chi and Omega, super-Imposed, one on the other. The colors are cardinal and straw, while the white carnation is the chosen flower. 204 First Row: Antley, Barkdull, Benedict, Bingham, Bow- en, Cappell, Donaldson. Second Row: Donovan, Ed- wards, J., Edwards, M., Emiling, Endress, Favrot, Field. Third Row: Gandolfo, Garrison, Heyer, Hobbs. Hodges, Jones, Kerlin. Fourth Row: King, R., King, v., Landry, Lewis, Livaudais, Magruder, Marler. Fifth Row: McLaughlin, Messick, Miller, Muelling, Nettle- ton, Parkhouse, Phelps. Sixth Row: Sherrouse, Smither- man, Talmadge, Walker, G., Walker, J., Ware, Wells, Whitehead. 205 Last minu+e cram for sorority exart Oh, some of us have seen It before! ELfi nil OFFICERS CHRISTEL NUNGESSCR President MARY FINLEY Vice-President PATSY JO McDowell Corresponding Secretary GAYLE SCHWARZENBACH Recording Secretary ANNA BARTELS Treasurer MEMBERS Janet Abadie Betty Barrere Anna Bartels Diane Bourgeois Karin Brandt Mary Jane Cam Dolores Culotta Mitzi Evans Mary Finley Mildred Foley Mary Alice Fournier Vilma Grosz Jane Johnston Noma Kirchberg Mercedes Maraist Patsy Jo McDowell Christel Nungesser Jaquelyn Rauch Gayle Schwa rzen bach Marie Louise Tureaud Nancy White Se en vears ago, in 1941, Newcomb College was invaded by a friendly group of girls known as the Delta Zetas. They founded the Beta Upsilon chapter of the national sorority comprising sixty- seven chapters. The girls brought with them their pin (Roman lamp), their jewel (diamond), and their flower (Kllarney Rose). Ever since the Delta Zetas have been active on the Tulane campus, with their Phi Beta Kappa representatives, their cheerleaders and their participation In campus organizations. We are especially proud of Gayle Schwarzenbacic, who was crowned St. Patricia at the Engineer ' s Dance; of Christel Nungesser, president, who was Secretary of the Senior Class; and of Jackie Rauch, Secretary-Treasurer of the Freshman class of Commerce. Among the many social activities, a highlight Is the annual Founder ' s Day Banquet at which the actlvec, pledges, and alumnae give skits. Under the able leadership of Christel Nungesser, Delta Zeta has made the school year a memor- able one for each of Its members. 20« First Row: Abadie, Barrere, Bartels, Brandt, Carr. Second Row: Finley, Foley, Fournier, Grosz, Johnston. Third Row: Kirshberg, Maraist, McDowell, Nungesser, Rauch. Fourth Row: Schwarzenbach, Tureaud, White. Officers 207 New Oxfords, Muggy? Doris, This is so sudden iippi yppi Giiii OFFICERS SARA EUSTIS President JOAN ARBOUR Vice-President MARY MARGARET HANNAH Recording Secretary CATHERINE DICKS Corresponding Secretary CHELSIA WEBSTER ' ■ ■ ■ Treasurer MEMBERS Lanier Allingham Ann C. Anderson Ann M. Anderson Joan Arbour Renee Aubrey Lucy Barre+t Deborah Carroll Doris Charbonnet Margaret Craig Ann Ru+h Dahl Catherine Dicks Joan Essig Sara Eustis Georgia Fisher Eleanor Francisco Virginia Frederic Isabel Gardner Natalie Gessner Ann Greenslit Sara Hall Mary Margaret Hannah Frances Hemenwey Beth Henican Margaret Hilzim Betty Jean Jones Connie Jones Ann Kendall Mary Lou Kendall Eugenie Le Dojx Betty Lyons Joan Morrison Brenda Moore Dorothey Myers Millie Nesbitt Isabel Ochsner Ninette Perrilliat Carolyn Petiss Betty Pharr Helen Preffin Barbara Saint Paul Ann Sartain Eugenia Seavey Margaret Thibaut Seorgine Thorn Betty Turner Hartwell Watkins Chelsia Webster Helen Werlein Patricia Williams Dorothy Woods Shirley Young Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded at Monmouth College, October 13, 1870 and Beha Omicron chapter was established at Newcomb on May II, 1904. The fraternity colors are dark and light blue; the flower is the fleur-de-lis. Rush week was very successful and the new pledges entertained the actives with a riproaring house party. Other highlights of the year were the annual dance, the pledge banquet, and the Founder ' s Day Banquet in May. Beta Omicron Is proud to claim as members Betty Turner, President of the Newcomb Honor Board, and Lanier Allingham, Corresponding Secretary of the Student Body. 208 First Row: Allingham, Anderson, Arbour, Charbonner, Craig, Dahl, Dicks. Second Row: Eustis, Fisher, Fran- cisco, Gardner, Sreenslit, Hannah, hHilzim. Third Row: Jones, B., Jones, C, LeDoux, Lyons, Moore, Nesbitt, Perrilliat. Fourth Row: Petiss, Pharr, Saint Paul, Turner, Watkins, Willianns, Young. Offic 209 Who said that? It ' s fun, too ufBi liin OFFICERS HAZEL MULLER President DODIE BRISBI Vice-President PEGGY JORDAN Corresponding Secretary NAT GANUCHEAUD Recording Secretary ELAINE WINGATE Treasurer MEMBERS Adrien Aitkens Francis Aleman Marllee Arnaud Lois Bermudez Dolores Brlsbi Diane Burdel+e Nancy Burde+fe Joyce Caldwell Helen Deal Claudia Ann Dyke Phallie Evans Marilyn Folse Francis Ford Sue Francis Julia Fowler Nathalie Ganucheau Charlotte Gilbert Emily Goss Blllle Harper Madeline Hattrell Mary Henderson Marls Hurt Elizabeth Janssen Helen Jordan Jessie Kelley Carol Layton Nancy Leeper Jackie Lolan Dean Magness Fleur Marcoux Claire Mathews Marilyn McKenzIe Mary Lou Mossey Hazel Muller Joyce Norman Patricia O ' SullIvan Lucy Pasquler Mary Powers Adair Ramsey May Kay Reed Mary Reindardt Patricia Scott Carol Sue Smith Martha Ann Taylor Letltia Torlan Betty Ray Trelford Barbara Watson Marie Watson Elaine Wingate Kappa Alpha Theta, founded at Indiana Asbury College (Depauw University) In Greencastle, Indiana, was the first Greek letter fraternity known among women. Alpha Phi chapter came into existence on Newcomb campus May 16, 1914. The colors are black and gold and the flower is the pansy. A successful rush season was closely followed with a delightful " KATsup " party given by the pledges for the members. In late January actives and alumnae joined joined together at the annual banquet in honor of their founders. Theta ' s social activities are highlighted with suf5pers and teas and climaxed with a gala spring house — party and formal. Alpha Phi ' s social service work for the year Included Thanksgiving baskets, a Christmas Party for a group of orphan children, and the adoption of another little Dutch boy. The members of Alpha Phi are frantically studying, endeavoring to maintain and better (heir high scholastic average (last year the Thetas held the runner-up spot). In addition to a gay social life. Kappa Alpha Theta managed to actively participate in student organization. Hazel Muller. Alpha Phi ' s president, was chosen to rule the Senior Class, and Hazel, Susie Smith and several others were outstanding In the Freshman Orientation Program, 210 First Row: Aitkens, Aleman, Arnaud, Brisbi, Burdette, D., Burdette, N., Caldwell, Deal. Second Row: Dyke, Evans, Folse, Ford, Francis, Fowler, Ganucheau, Goss. Third Row: Harper, Hattrell, Hurt, Janssen, Jordan, Leeper, Magness. Marcoux. Fourth Row: Mathews, McKenzie, Mosey, Muller, Norman, O ' Sullivan, Pow- ers, Ramsey. Fifth Row: Reed, Reinhard, Scott, Smith, Taylor, Torian, Trelford, Watson, B., Watson, G. OHic 211 Our favorite disc — Jockey What a sense of humor! rni i OFFICERS JOYCE JOHNSON President CORAL FREEMAN (not in picture) Vice-President BETTY NAIRNE Secretary LYNN HOCK , ■ ■ ■ • Treasurer BETTY STONE Historian MEMBERS Jane Annls Peggy Atkinson Lucille Blake Laura Cadlen Claire Cook Jean Covington Lorris Curry Eulalie DeBen Coral Freeman Ann Geffken Esther Gilbert Mary Gilbert Patricia Haas Mary Hanemann Lynn Hock Mary Jo Holland Alice Hoover Joyce Johnson Susan Reynolds Jones Winnifred Kelly Joan Landry Greta Le Blanc Patsy LeMieux Alline Longino Gayie M a eke n roth Merle Maumus Joyce Mathes Anne McAskill Laura McClanahan Anne Mcintosh Frances McShano Emily Moise Jacquelyn Mossier Maude Muller Betty Nairne Emily Palmer Patricia Parker Katherine Poole Joan Prlckett Maylou Renaud Susan Raynaud Sue Scherer Ann Spence Dean Stinson Betty Stoner Judith Tubb Dinah Umsted Lilian Webb Betty White Yvette Wolfe Founded in 1852 at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. Phi Mu is the second oldest sorority in the nation. Delta chapter came to the Newcomb campus in 1906. This year ' s activities began with rushing, pledging, and a banquet following the pledging ceremony. Other events for the year included a gala house party " across the lake " ... a Carnation Ball In January ... a Christmas party for a group of orphans . . . teas for the Mothers and Alumnae . . . an delicious suppers given monthly by the pledges. These suppers are followed by our traditional Phllomathean Hour, a period of educational and cultural entertainment. Phi Mu ' s colors are rose and white . . . the flower Is the Enchantress carnation. 212 First Row: Annis, Blake, Cadien, Cook, DeBen, Free- man, Gilbert, E. Second Row: Gilbert, M., Holland, Kelly, LeBlanc, LeMieux, Maumus, Mathes. Third Row: McAskill, McClanahan, Mcintosh, McShane, Nairne, Palmer, Parker. Fourth Row: Poole, Reynaud, Scherer, Stoner, Tubb, Wolfe. Officers 213 The best I ' ve heard in weeks Mirror, mirror on the wall ij n OFFICERS ELAINE SARRE President JANICE CARTER Vice-President GLORIA RATCHFORD Corresponding Secretary LUCILE BERNARD Recording Secretary HELEN ANN GARRETT Treasurer MEMBERS Lucy Adams Marlon Andrus Lucille Bernard Armande Billion Barbara Bizzell Barbara Brogan Yvonne Brown Nanette Caftre Janice Carter Dorothy Carrere Gertrude Chitty Kathleen Col eman Margaret Conder Elizabeth Cook Frances Dalton Dulaney Dart Virginia Day Evelyn Dietz Mary Jane Dillard Jane Doggett Agatha Edmund son Virginia Fairfax Edwa Farwell Leila Flournoy Mary Foster hielen Ann Garrett- Margaret Garrett Joan Gillis Marie Grehan Betsy Ludlow Griff en Dudley hiand Susan Hill Cheri hHinds Susan Hyams Chloe Lain Marie Therese Larue Jean Lawson Katherine Legend re Norma Lewis Kay Lowry Yvonne Lyie Margearet Lyons Beverly McArthur Charleen McCorkle Jeannine McGee Joan Mclntyre Nancy Moore Camille Moss Amelia Munson Elizabeth Nicholson Emilie Nott Judith Nott Betty Paul Jo Peters Pitts McKee Maureen Prothro Helen Rapier Gloria Ratchford Marie Roussel Sedley Roussel Elaine Sarre Effie Stockton Joan V hite Violet Whitehead Mary Williamson Marie Withers Joel Wolfe :sii HI The Louisiana Alpha chapter of Pi Beta Phi was founded at Newcomb in 1891. Nationally, Pi Phi was founded at Monmouth College and dates back to 1867. The flower is the wine carnation; the colors are wine and silver blue. The Pi Phis are as proud of the school officers in the chapter, such as Joan Gillis, Vice-President of the Student Body, Jeannine IvIcGee, President of the Athletic Association, Elizabeth Nicholson, President of the Senior class, and Elizabeth Cook. President of the Sophomore class, as they are of the " Beauties " , such as Violet Whitehead (also. Sweetheart of Sigma Chi), Katherine Legendre, and Gertrude Chitty. Before the chaotic fog of rush week, organization and registration had settled down on the Pi Phis, the wonderful Pi Phi Mothers completely redecorated the small abode at 7014 Zimple Street. Not only that, but the Pi Phis now have a refrigerator! As for the activities of the Louisiana Alpha chapter individually, the girls have a hand in every organization on the campus. Pi Beta Phi is well represented In La Tertulia, the French Club, Oper- etta, Festival Choir. Glee Club, Greenbackers, Lagniappes. Assets, Campus Night, Y.W.C.A., Canter- bury Club and others. :i4 First Row: Adams, Andrus, Bernard, Billion, Bizzell, Brogan, Brown, Caffrey, Carter, Carrere. Second Row: Chitty, Coleman, Conder, Dalton, Dart, Day, Dillard, Doggett, Edmundson, Fairfax. Third Row: Flournoy, Foster, Garrett, H., Garrett, M., Gillis, Grehan, Grif- fen, Hill, Hinds, Hyams. Fourth Row: Lain, Larue, Law- son, Legendre, Lewis, Lowry, Lyons, McArthur, Mc- Corkle, Mclntyre. Fifth Row: Moore, Moss, Munson, Nicholson, Nott, Paul, Pitts, Prothro, Rapier. Sixth Row: Ratchford, Roussel, M., Roussel, S., Sarre, Stock- ton, White, Whitehead, Williamson, Wolfe. Officers 215 Lots of advice! Any one got a shoe horn? Hli llfll OFFICERS NORMA CLESI Fresldert FRANCES KENTNER Vice-President VIRGINIA PROVOST Secretary ANNA FRANCES JONES Treasurer MEMBERS Deborah Berry Lydia Ann Bosworth Elyrae Ann Carroll Constance Carter Norma ClesI Ruble Crosby Adele Edwards Dorothy Jean Frazier Mary Carroll Groce Mary Holden Sally James Anna Frances Jc nes Geraldine Kelly Frances Kentner Maxine Kidd Fannie Kyker Rosa Lannar Ann Maddrey Virginia Provost Mildred Runyan Marianne SprinUe Carolyn Stroupe Marjorie White Dorothy Wild Zeta Tau Alpha, the first v omen ' s fraternity to be chartered by a special act of the legislature, was founded at Virginia State Normal College, Farmsville, Virginia, on October 15, 1898. Beta Kappa chapter became active here at Newcomb In 1927. A successful rush v eek opened the social calendar, which included throughout the year; the Founders " Day Banquet, Spring Formal. Christmas party for orphans, and several parties and suppers, as well as numerous in formal " coke " and coffee gatherings. Outstanding Zetas this year were: Anna Frances Jones, President of La Tertulia and a member of Phi Sigma lota; Debbie Berry, Treasurer of La Tertulia; and Frances Kentner, Secretary of New- comb ' s Pan-hellenic Council. Zeta has its share of " Beauties " , and members active in such organiza- tions as Tusic, Glee Club, Campus Night, the Operettas, the Jambalaya Staff and numerous others. Zeta Tau Alpha ' s colors are turquoise blue and steel gray; Its flower is the white violet. 216 First Row: Bosworth, Carroll, Carter, Clesi, Crosby. Second Row: Frazier, Groce, James, Jones, Kelly. Third Row: Kentner, Kyker, Maddrey, Provost, Runyan. Fourth Row: Sprinkle, Stroupe, White, Wild. Officers 217 1 ' ' 4 1 y J I A k nil r L i F 111 •; I L ' tT p " 5ST_Wi Eyi iA ycA JOSEPH EDWIN ALLAIN ADRIAN C. BENJAMIN, JR. NATHAN GUY BEARD HERBERT BREMERMANN, JR. • JOSEPH EDWIN ALLAIN, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; La Societe Du Droit Civil • NATHAN GUY BEARD, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • ADRIAN C. BEN- JAMIN. JR., Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; Moot Court. • HERBERT JOHN BREMERMANN, JR., Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • ELLIOT ROSS BUCKLEY. Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; La Societe Du Droit Civil. C HARRIS D. COPENHAVER. JR.. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; President, Sophomore, and Junior Class; Phi Delta Phi; Who ' s Who; Theta Nu; La Societe Du Droit Civil; Editor, JAMBALAYA; Pan-Hel- lenic Council; T.U.S.K.; Y.M.C.A.,- Publication Board. • JOHN WALTER COX, Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Law Review; Order of the Coif. • EDMOND L. DERAMEE, JR., Law; Thibodaux, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Whos Who; Moot Court. • EUSTACE LOUIS EDWARDS. Law; Many, Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who; Law Review. • GEORGE CHARLES EHMIG, Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • SAM CORONNA GAINSBURGH, Law; Alexandria, Louisiana; Lew Review. • WARREN LEON GARFUNKEL. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu; Moot Court. O HERBERT JULIAN GARON. Law; N ew Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Epsilon Pi. • CAROTHERS GARRISON, Law; Laurel. Mississippi. • ERNEST R. GEORGE, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana. • FREDERICK H. GUIDRY, Law; New Orleans. Louisi- ana; Christian Science Organization. ABOVE BELOW ELLIOT ROSS BUCKLEY SAM C. GAINSBURGH HARRIS COPENHAVER, JR. WARREN LEON GARFUNKEL JOHN WALTER COX HERBERT JULIAN GARON EDMOND L. DERAMEE, JR. CAROTHERS GARRISON EUSTACE LOUIS EDWARDS ERNEST R. GEORGE GEORGE CHARLES EHMIS FREDERICK H. GUIDRY RUFUS C. HARRIS, JR. WILLIAM C. JONES GILBERT L. HETHERWICK JOHN P. JORDAN WILMER G. HINRICHS GEORGE J. KAMBUR GEORGE W. HODGES, JR. FLOYD WALLACE LEWIS CALVIN C. HOPPMEYER MARCEL LIVAUDAIS, JR. HARRY HARDING HOWARD THOMAS B. MclNTOSH, JR. ABOVE • " UFUS C. HARRIS. JR.. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Thefa Pi; Kappa Delta Phi; Omlcron Delta Kappa; Law Review; Phi Delta Phi; Whos Who; Baptist Student Union; Tennis. • GILBERT L. HETHERWICK, Law School; Shreveport, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha, Omicron Delta Kappa; Order of the Coif; Phi Delta Phi; Law Review, • WILMER G. HINRICHS. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Glendy Burke, • GEORGE W. HODGES, JR., Law; Graduate School; Ashville, Alabama; Delta Sigma Phi. • CALVIN C. HOPPMEYER, Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Vice-President, ASS 1942; Phi Delta Phi; Theta Nu; Gamma Delta. • HARRY HARDING HOWARD. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; President, Unit Manager Freshman Class; Vice-President, Sophomore Class; Whos Who; JAMBALAYA; Hullabaloo; Publications Board; Newman Club; Glendy Burke; Pan Hellenic Council; Greenbackers; Tulane Veterans Association. 9 WILLIAM C. JONES, Law; Pensacola, Florida. • JOHN P. JORDAN, Law; Mansfield, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; President Senior Law Class. • GEORGE J. KAMBUR, Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Upsilon Beta Lambda; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court. • FLOYD WALLACE LEWIS, Law; Kentwood, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; President Student Council; President Law Student Body; Order of the Coif; Beta Gamma Sigma; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Whos Who; Law Review; Publications Board; Baptist Student Union; University Student Council. • MARCEL LIVAUDAIS, JR.. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • THOMAS B. MclNTOSH, JR., Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; President A X S Sophomore Class 1944; Vice-President ASS Student Body 1945; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Whos Who. BELOW • GENALO M. McMillan. Law; McComb, Mississippi. O C. MURPHY MOSS JR.. Law; Lake Charles, Louisiana; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Order of the Coif; Phi Delta Phi; Who ' s Who; Law Review. • JOHN M. MYERS, JR., Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi, La Societe Du Droit Civil. • PETER GEORGE PETRO, Law; Lafayette, Louisiana. GENALO M. McMillan JOHN M. MYERS, JR. C. MURPHY MOSS, JR. PETER GEORGE PETRO Pennington and Mansour. Moof Court Winners ll NIEGEL EWINS RAFFERTY A. J. RESWEBER EDMUND M. REGGIE JOHN G. W. ROBERTSON • NIEGEL EWING RAFFERTY, Law; Pass Christian, Mississippi; Beta Theta Pi. • EDMUND M. REGGIE, Law; Crowley. Louisiana; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • A. J. RESWEBER, Law; St. Martinvillc, Louisiana; Vice-President Law Junior Class. 1948,- Phi Delta Phi. La Societe Du Droit Civil; President Law Senior Class, 1949. • JOHN GANO WINTER ROBERTSON, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana. • LOYALL G. SHIELL, JR., Law; New Orleans, Louisiana. O JAMES H. STROUD. Law; Shreveport, Louisiana. • MATTHEW R. SUTHERLAND, Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Secretary.. Treasurer. A S 1947; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Law Review. • TROYE ANTHONY SVENDSON. Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Who ' s Who; Basketball Team; Track. • ROSEMARY TORBET, Law; Homer, Louisiana; Alpha Chi Omega. • McRAE TURNER, JR., Law; Gulfport, Mississippi; Secretary, Sophomore Class Eng., 1946; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court; Omicron Delta Kappa. O ROBERT L. VICKERS. Law; Shreveport, Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • THOMAS C. WICKER. JR.. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Delta Phi; Law Review; Order of the Coif. • ANDRE V. WOGAN, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi; La Societe Du Droit Civil. ABOVE BELOW LYALL G. SHIELL, JR. JAMES H. STROUD MATTHEW R. SUTHERLAND TROYE A. SVENDSON ROSEMARY TORBET McRAE TURNER, JR. ROBERT L. VICKERS THOMAS C. WICKER. JR ANDRE V. WOGAN -gA ABOVE • MILTON FARRIS ANTON, Law; McComb, Mississippi; Pi Kappa Alpha; President, Glendy Burke. • JACK CHARLES BENJAMIN, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • RAYMOND STARNS BENNETT, Law; Amite, Louisiana; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • JAMES M. BURLINGAME, Law; Hammond, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • PHILIP CHARLES CIACCIO, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Phi Delta Phi. • JOHN T. COOPER, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Ph! Delta Theta. • SROVER L. COVING- TON, Law; Kentwood, Louisiana. • RODNEY CROWDER. Law; Langdale, Alabama; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WILLIAM HARDY DAVIS, Law; Tyler, Texas; Pi Kappa Alpha. • ALVIN RUDY EASON, Law; Monroe, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma, JAMBALAYA; T.U.S.K.; Glendy Burlce; Campus Night; Cheerleaders; Lagniappes. • THOMAS C. W. ELLIS, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon, President. • A. CRAIG FELGER, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi. BELOW • FALVEY JEROME FOX, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana. • CARLOS A. GONZALES, Law; Puerto Rico. • WILLIAM M. GORDY, Law; New Iberia, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Phi Sigma lota; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • JOHN WARREN HAYGOOD. Law; Shreveport, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Moot Court; La Societe Du Droit Civil. FALVEY JEROME FOX WILLIAM M. GORDY CARLOS A. GONZALES JOHN WARREN HAYGOOD Derby Day — and Reggie tells the boys how I i f Ljnderat ' ucluated EMMEn B. HOLBROOK. JR. JOHN SMOKER HUNT WILLIAM H. HOPPER JOSEPH J. JACOBS • EMMETT BRADFORD HOLBROOK. JR., Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Secretary-Treasurer A S Student Body 1946, 1947; Omicror Delta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Who ' s Who; Campus Night; Laqniappes; T.U.S.K. • WILLIAM H. HOPPER, Law; Lucedale. Mississippi. • JOHN SMOKER HUNT. Law; Ruston, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta. • JOSEPH J. JACOBS. Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; A.R.O.T.C; Law Review. ABOVE • MILTON WILLIAM JANSSEN. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; La Societe Du Droit Civil; Pan Hellenic Council • THOMAS L. KELLY, Law.- New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ALFRED S. LANDRY, Law.- New Iberia, Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court. • RICHARD LESLIE LEVY, HI, Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu. • WILLIAM C. LONG, JR.. Law; Thibodaux, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Who ' s Who; JAMBALAYA; Publications Board; Greenbackers. • ALLEN J. LOTTINGER. Law; Houma. Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • WILLIAM MAXWELL LUCAS. JR., Law; New Orleans. Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau. • TOM McBRIDE. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Hullabaloo; Publications Board. JOSE T. MARRERO-RIVERA. Law; Morovis, Puerto Rico;. • ALVERT MINTZ, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau. • SIMMIE RAY MONROE. Law; Alexandria, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; La Societe Du Droit Civil; Glendy Burke. • PAUL H. MORPHY, JR., Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. BELOW MILTON WILLIAM JANSSEN THOMAS L. KELLY WILLIAM M. LUCAS, JR. TOM McBRIDE ALFRED 5. LANDRY RICHARD LESLIE LEVY, III WILLIAM C. LONG, JR. ALLEN J. LOTTINGER JOSE T. MARRERO-RIVERA ALVERT MINTZ SIMMIE RAY MONROE PAUL H. MORPHY, JR. Im l IL mM y.i PAUL ASHVEL NEWELL ROBERT H. OSWALD CHESTER L. PAS(?UIER, JR. PHILIP NEMOURS PECQUET JOSEPH M. RAULT, JR. CARL J. SCHUMACHER, JR. ALBIN P. SCOTT M. LEONARD SEAR W. DEAN PFEIFFER GEORGE SPENCER CHARLES RAYLAND PREVOST RICHARD A. THALHEIM ABOVE • ' ' ASHVEL NEWELL, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma, A Cappella Choir; Westminster Fellowsiiip. • ROBERT H. OSWALD, Law; Pascagoula, Mississippi. • CHESTER L. PA5 ?UIER, JR., Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • PHILIP NEMOURS PECQUET. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana. • W. DEAN PFEIFFER, Law; Trumbull, Nebraska; Pi Kappa Alpha; Kappa Delta Phi. O CHARLES RAYLAND PREVOST, Law; Franklin. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JOSEPH M. RAULT, JR.. Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Kappa Delta Phi; Phi Delta Phi; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • CARL J. SCHUMACHER, JR., Law; Moot Court Board; Kappa Sigma; Co-Editor, JAMBALAYA. • ALBIN SCOTT. Law; Alexandria, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Vice-President, Freshman Law; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • M. LEONARD SEAR, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; La Societe Du Droit Civil; JAMBALAYA. T.U.S.K. • GEORGE SPENCER, Law; Tallulah. Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • RICHARD A. THALHEIM, Law; Gretna. Louisiana. BELOW • ELLIS THOMPSON. Law; Lake Charles, Louisiana; Phi Delta Phi; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • JOHN SHELDON TOOMER. JR., Law; Lake Charles, Louisiana. • LUDWIG H. VON GOHREN. JR., Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi. • DAVID CONNER TREEN, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana,- Kappa Sigma; President ASS Frosh Class IMS; Moot Court; T.K.A.; Phi Delta Phi. • AUGUST RAYMOND TREUTING, Law; New Orleans. Louisiana. • HAROLD H. WEDIG, Law; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Phi Delta Phi; La Societe Du Droit Civil. • JACK COLLINS WIMBISH, Law; Shreveport, Louisiana. ELLIS THOMPSON DAVID TREEN JOHN S. TOOMER, JR. LUDWIG VON GOHREN. JR. AUGUST TREUTINb HAROLD H. WEDIG JACK COLLINS WIMBISH Senior Phi Delta Phis r I I I E L ! i Ml White Inn of Phi Delfa Phi International Legal Fraternity was established at Tulane in 1911, Members are selected on the basis of scholarship and ethics. Its aims are the promotion of legal training and ethics. Projects for this year include a lending library for law students needing textbooks, and the awarding of a legal text to the Senior law student whose scholastic average has proved most from his Freshman year to his Junior year. The national fraternity was founded in 1 869 at the University of Michigan and is the oldest professional fraternity in America. OFFICERS First Semester THOMAS B. MclNTOSH, JR F. McRAE TURNER, JR MATTHEW R. SUTHERLAND . . CHARLES J. BOUDREAUX Second Semester , Magister Exchequer . . . Clerk . Historian F. McRAE TURNER, JR. . C. MURPHY MOSS, JR. ANATOLE J. RESWEBER , WILLIAM B. RAGLAND, CLARENCE J. MORROW . . . . Magister . . . Exchequer Clerk . . . . Historian Faculty Adviser MEMBERS Milton F. Antone Walter F. Brauer Nathan G, Beard Adrian C. Benjamin Jack Benjamin Lucien C. Bertrand John A. Boatner, Jr. Charles J. Boudreaux Frank S. Bruno Andrew G. Bucaro Elliott R. Buckley Kenneth G. Burgess Edward M. Carmouche Jr. Philip C. Ciaccio Harris D. Cope n haver, Jr. Warren C. DeBrueys Edmond L. Deramee, Jr. Donald D. Doerr Eustace L. Edwards George C. Ehmig Harold A. Eichsteadt Bernard P. Evans Gene E. Friedman Sam C, Gainsburgh Warren L. Garfunkel Vance M. Gilmer Kennedy J. Gilly Robert H, Gipson, Jr. William M. Gordy Frederick H. Guidry Rufus C. Harris, Jr. John W. Haygood Edward M. Heller Gilbert L. Hetherwick Emmett B. Holbrook, Jr. Calvin C. Hoppmeyer Eugene E, Huppenbauer, Thomas H. Jackson, Jr. Joseph J. Jacobs Nibert J, Johnson William C, Jones George J. Kambur Alfred S. Landry Elton C. Lasselgne Eugen H. Lawes Floyd W. Lewis Marcel Livaudals, Jr. Thomas B. Mcintosh, Jr. Michael J. Maloney. Jr. Philip Mansour Robert M. Moore C. Murphy Moss, Jr. John M, Myers, Jr. David R. Nermann C. L. Pasquier Newton T. Pharr William B. Ragland, Jr. Joseph M. Rault, Jr. Anatole J. Resweber James D. Rives, Jr. John C. W. Robertson George H. Robinson Alphonse J. SchmJtt, Jr. Carl J. Schumacher, Jr. Matthew R. Sutherland William S. Stone James H. Stroud Roland J. Sternfels Troye A. Svendson Ellis W. Thompson David C. Treen F. McRae Turner, Jr. Ben L. Upton Robert L. Vlckers Bennett J, Voorhtes, Jr Thellie B. Waggoner Harold H. Wedig Thomas C. Wicker. Jr. Andre V. Wogan Frank V. Zaccaria Juniors and a few scattered Seniors The Moot Courf Is an imporlant organ of the law school, designed to supplement knowledge gained by students in the classroom and the library by practical experience in the analysis, preparation, and argument of cases. Each student in the law school Is required to present two moot court cases during his freshman year. The Junior-Senior Competition is open to members of the Junior class on a voluntary basis. The climax of this elimination series, which extends through two years, is the final case which is argued before the Judges of the Circuit Court of Appeals of the Parish of Orleans. The winners of the 1948-1949 competition were James F. Pennington and Philip Mansour. Their names will be Inscribed on a plaque located In the lobby of Tll+on Hall. The Judges of the Moot Court are chosen in equal number from the Junior and Senior classes on a scholastic basis. It is their function to draft fact situations involving moot points of law, perform the administrative duties of the court, and sit as Justices of the Supreme Court of the State of Tulane. The Judge gives the boys the law II i 0! ci I n B I i II Adrian Carl Benjamin, Jr. James Denis Cowper Edmond Leon Deramee, Jr. Bernard Palissy Evans Gene Edwin Freldman Warren Leon Garfunltel hHerbert Julian Garon MOOT COURT BOARD John Warren hiaygood Frederick Jacob Reagan hieebe George James Kambur Alfred Smith Landry Alphonse Joseph Schmitt, Jr. Charles hlenry Netter William Betron Ragland, Jr. John Giles Roberts Marcel Livaudais, Jr. Carl Joseph Schumacher, Jr. William Stanley Stone David Conner Treen Francis McRae Turner, Jr. Ben Lewis Upton These boys write and judge those screwy cases " - - - tl Prexy Ross Buckley gives the word fo C. J. and distinguished speaker La Socie+e du Droit Civil was formed at Tulane In 1938 by a group of law students who were interested in extra-curricular research and discussion of Louisiana legal history and the Civil law. The interest of the Society is not confined to the legal systems of Louis- iana and France, but those occupy an outstanding position In their work. The Society was not active during the war, but was reactivated In 1946 and has been one of the most active organizations around Law School since Its reactivation. This year the mem- bership Is at its pe k and likewise the organization has taken on more endeavors. Monthly dinner meet- ings are held at which time outstanding guest speakers talk to the Society and good fellowship abounds. Also a prize Is awarded once a year for the best historical legal paper written by any student In the Tulane Law School. Clarence J. Morrow and Ferdinand Falrfas Stone acted as co-faculty advisers this year. The present membership has done much to improve the program in general of La Societe and is carrying on the high Ideals of the Society In fine fashion. U lEIE II IMII OFFICERS ELLIOT ROSS BUCKLEY MARCEL LIVAUDAIS . . . President Vice-President HARRIS COPENHAVER, JR. GEORGE EHMIG .... Secretary . Treasurer Charles A. Anderson M. D. Armagnac Nathan Beard Jack C. Benjamin R. S. Bennett S. C. Bertrand John Boatner Charles J. Boudreaux Elliott Ross Buckley Kenneth Burgess James Burllngame hi arris D. Cope n haver Warren De Brueys Ed Eberle George C. Ehmig Herbert Garon William Gordy John W. Haygood Milton Janssen MEMBERS Irwin Johnson Joseph Joachim Alfred Landry Marce! LIvaudais William Lucas Larry Maloney Michael Maloney John M. Myers C. H. Netter David Norman Dean Pheiffer Russell Porter William B. Ragland Joe M. Rault Edmund M. Reggie Anatole J. Resweber Alphonse J. Schmitt Albion " Beano " Scott Morey Sear Carl J. Schumacher Jerry Sims Fred Smith Roland J. Slernfels Ed Stockmeyer Ellis Thompson R. L. Vlckers Bennett Voorhies Harold Wedig Andre V. Wogan That ' s Vice-Prexy " Lick " with his eyes closed Esfablished in 1929, the Tulane Law Review is devoted to the civil law, Comparative law, codification and statutory interpretation. Edit- ed by a student board under the supervision of a faculty advisor, the Review is published quarterly and enjoys an enviable and respect- ed position among leading American legal periodicals. Well some are on +he law review I m i I HI u! V J GILBERT L. HETHERWiCK , EUGENE E. HUPPENBAUER, JR. CHARLES J. BOUDREAUX , , JOHN W. COX OFFICERS FALL SEMESTER Edifor-in-Chief Civil Law Editor Statutory Interpretation Editor Book Review Editor C. MURPHY MOSS, JR Secretary JOHN H. BALDWIN, JR Index Editor FLOYD W. LEWIS Index Editor THOMAS C. WICKER, JR Index Editor THOMAS C. WICKER, JR. C. MURPHY MOSS, JR. . FLOYD W. LEWIS . . . . Lucien C. Bertrand, Jr Harold A. Eichsteadt Sam C. Gainsburgh SPRING SEMESTER Editor-in-Chief RENE LEHMANN Book Review Editor Civil Law Editor EUSTACE L. EDWARDS Index Editor Statutory Interpretation Editor ROLAND J. STERNFELS Index Editor WILLIAM M. GORDY Secretary OTHER BOARD MEMBERS Roberf H. Gipson, Jr. Rufus C. Harris, Jr. May Bamforfh Huberf Joseph J. Jacobs Elton C. Lasse!gne Philip Mansour Thomas B. Mclnfosh, Jr. Robert M. Moore Mental giants of law school George H. Robinson Matthew R. Sutherland Zue Vance S i lSSSSSSSSSSSl!S eS l ,S:imK !f flSS3SaS ral liTBl: SiT IVAN STUART ALTMAN JACK BARRY RAFAEL ALVAREZ-RIVERA MARY THOMPSON BEAMAN A. E. ANDERSON, JR. MARIA TERESA BERIO ROBERT BARNES FRED B. BERRY EVELYN KUINLAM BARRAZA CHAPMAN BERTINOT, JR. JAIME BARRAZA MICHAEL ROLAND BLAIS ABOVE • ' ' ' ' ' STUART ALTMAN, Medicine; Louisville, Kentucky; Phi Lambda Kappa; Historian of Medical Society. • RAFAEL ALVAREZ-RIVERA, Medicine; Puerto Rico. • A. E. ANDERSON, JR., Medicine; Tampa, Florida; Phi Chi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. O ROBERT BARNES, Medicine; Camden, Arkansas; Phi Chi. • EVELYN KUINLAM BARRAZA, Medicine; Puerto Rico; Alpha Epsilon lota. • JAIME BARRAZA, Medicine; Republic of Panama. • JACK BARRY, Medicine; Newberry, Florida; Theta Kappa Psi; V ho ' s Who. • MARY THOMP- SON BEAMAN, Medicine; Tampa, Florida; Alpha Epsilon lota. O MARIA TERESA BERIO, Medicine; Puerto Rico; A.E.I. • FRED B. BERRY, Medicine; Benton Arkansas; Theta Kappa Psi. • CHAPMAN W. BERTINOT, JR., Medicine; Lafayette, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • MICHAEL ROLAND BLAIS, Medicine; Daytona Beach, Florida; Phi Rho Sigma; Newman Club. BELOW O RAFAEL BLASINI-SANTIAGO, Medicine; Puerto Rico. • ROY FRANKLIN BRABHAM, Medicine; Atlanta, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. • SHERMAN HERBERT BRUCKNER, Medicine; Los Angeles, California; Phi Delta Epsilon. • ROBERT HEYBURN BULLINGTON, Medicine; Fort Smith, Arkansas; S.A.E.; Phi Chi; Owl Club. RAFAEL BLASINI-SANTIAGO SHERMAN H. BRUCKNER ROY FRANKLIN BRABHAM ROBERT H. BULLINGTON Moore looks like a Phi Chi, but Lindeii could be a Nu Sig ' s dates ' - %im : -m Ji 1 Eyi L4 (ycA GEORGE W. BURKE RICHARD E. CALDWELL THOMAS C. BUSH GEORGE JOSEPH CARUSO • GEORGE W. BURKE. Medicine; McAlester, Oklahoma. • THOMAS C. BUSH, Medicine; Shreyeport, ABOVE Louisiana; Phi Chi. • RICHARD EUGENE CALDWELL, Medicine; Baldwyn, Mississippi; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Phi Chi. • GEORGE JOSEPH CARUSO, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Rho Sigma. • WILLIAM ASHLEY CHERRY, Medicine; Halls, Tennessee; Theta Kappa PsI; Honor Council; Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; Owl Club. • MAURICE ALLEN CLAMAN, Medicine; Los Angeles, California; Phi Delta Epsilon; Owl Club. • HERMAN REUBN COHEN, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Lambda Kappa; Historian of Medical Society. • CLAYON S. COOK, Medicine; Hattlesburg, Mississippi; Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi; AA.A.; JAMBALAYA. • JUAN LUIS CORRA, Medicine; Panama. • MARJORIE DALE, Montgomery. Alabama; A.E.I. • HARRY K. DANIELSON, Medicine; Chicago, Illinois. • JOHN WILLIAM DENSER, Medicine; Wh itheld. Mississippi. • DAVID D. DICKWORTHY. Dry Prong. Louisiana. • PRISCILA DIAZ, Medicine; Puerto Rico. • JEROME HARRIS DONCHIN, Medicine; New York City, New York. • MILTON EICHLER, Medicine; New York City, New York; Historian of Medical Society, BELOW WILLIAM ASHLEY CHERRY HARRY K. DANIELSON MAURICE ALLEN CLAMAN JOHN WILLIAM DENSER HERMAN REUBEN COHEN DAVID D. DICKWORTHY CLAYTON S. COOK PRISCILA DIAZ JUAN LUIS CORREA JEROME HARRIS DONCHIN MARJORIE DALE MILTON EICHLER l?nrB7 WILLIAM E. FARIS FRERE JOHN MARSH, JR. CHARLESS FARWELL JAMES H. GENTRY NOLLIE C. FELTS. JR. JOHN R. GIBSON RICHARD J. FIELD, JR. PAUL EDWARD GOODE ALVARD FONSECA JOHN A. HALL, JR. AUDREY VIOLA FONTNOTE CHARLES E. HAMILTON ABOVE • WILLIAM E. FARIS, Medicine: Birmingham, Alabama; Delta Tau Delta; Phi Chi. • CHARLES FAR- WELL. Medicine; New Orleans. Louisiana; Nu Sig Nu; Historian of Medical Society. • NOLLIE C. FELTS, JR., Medicine; Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Signna Chi. O RICHARD JENNINGS FIELD, JR., Medicine; Center- ville, Mississippi; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Nu Sig Nu; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who. Historian of Medical; Owl Club; Pan Hellanic Council. • ALVARD FONSECA, Medicine; Costa Rica. • AUDREY VIOLA FONT- NOTE, Medicine; New Orleans. Louisiana. • FRERE JOHN MARSH. JR., Medicine; Chattanooga, Tennessee; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi; Historian of Medical; Festival Choir. • JAMES H. GENTRY, Medicine; Mont- gomery, Alabama; Alpha Theta Omicron; Phi Chi; Historian of Medical; Owl Club; Festival Choir; Baptist Student Union. • JOHN R. GIBSON, Medicine; Portland, Oregon; Nu Sig Nu; Medical Student Body Treasurer. 46-47; Junior Class Treasurer, 47-48; Alpha Omicron Alpha; Historian of Medical; Owl Club, President. • PAUL EDWARD GOODE, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana. • JOHN A. HALL, JR., Medicine; Palm Beach, Florida; Nu Sig Nu. • CHARLES E. HAMILTON, Medicine; Altus, Olilahoma; Theta Kappa Psi; Phi Beta Kappa. BF I n W • JAMES WESLEY HENDRICK, Medicine; Keichville. Louisiana; Kappa Sig. • MARY LU MURRAY HICK ■- " - MAN, Medicine; San Angelo, Texas; Historian of Medical Society. • RICHARD V. HICKMAN. Medicine Navy Base, South Carolina; Alpha Omicron Alpha; Historian of Medical Society. • GUY MORGAN HICKS, JR.. Medicine; Shreveport. Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu; Historian of Medical Society, • ASAICHI S. HIESHIMA, Medicine; Chicago, Illinois. • ROBERT ERB HIGGS, Medicine; Oakland. Call fornia; Phi Chi; Honor Council Representative, Sophomore; Beta Beta Beta. O JOE ELBE HIRSCH. Medicine Middletown, Missouri. • ARTHUR F. HOGE, JR.. Medicine; Fort Smith, Arkansas; Alpha Kappa Kappa • LEO G. HORAN, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu; Kappa Sigma; Secretary, Junior Class, 47-48; Phi Beta Kappa; Historian of Medical; Owl Club. • JONNIE MARIE HORN, Medicine; Lucedale, Mississippi- Alpha Epsilon lota; Zeta Tau Alpha; Alpha Sigma Sigma; Assets; Beta Beta Beta; Who ' s Who • LOUIS B. HUGHES, Medicine; Austin, Texas; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu. • THOMAS NAUM JAMES. Medicine; Amory. Mississippi; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Chi; Vice-President. Junior Class. Medical. 47-48 Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; Who ' s Who; History of Medicine; Owl Club. JAMES WESLEY HENDRICK JOE ELBE HIRSCH MARY MURRAY HICKMAN ARTHUR F. HOGE, JR. RICHARD V. HICKMAN GUY MORGAN HICKS. JR. LEO G. HORAN JONNIE MARIE HORN ASAICHI S. HIESHIMA LOUIS B. HUGHES ROBERT ERB HIGGS THOMAS NAUM JAMES V I ' - J v " wifsir Eyi L4 (ycA MARGARET LOUISE KERR ALVm H. LASSEN KATHRYN J. KREIGER GEORGE N. LEWIS O MARGARET LOUISE KERR, Medicine; Fayetteville, Arkansas; Alpha Epsilon lota; Kappa Gamma; History of Medicine; Pan Hellenic. • KATHRYN JOHANNA KREIGER, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon lota; History of Medicine. • ALVIN H. LASSEN, Medicine; New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine. • GEORGE N. LEWIS, Medicine; Bartow, Florida; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi; Phi Beta Kappa, Owl Club. ABOVE O ROYALL T. LILES, JR., Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • JACOB C. LIPPINCOTT, Medicine; Stratford, New Jersey; Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha Omega Alpha. • TREVE B. LUMSDEN, JR.. Medicine; LeGrande, Oregon; Theta Kappa Psi. • JEANNE MARIE MARCOUX, Medicine; New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon lota; Secretary, Class. ' 46- ' 47; Alpha Omega Alpha; Beta Beta Beta; Phi Beta Kappa; History of Medicine. • WILLIAM ANDERSON McBRIDE, Medicine; Black Mountain. North Carolina; Nu Sigma Nu. O • LOUIS KENNETH McCOWAN, Forrest City, Arkansas; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi. • WILLIAM CHARLES McpUlNN, Medicine; Greenwood, Mississippi; Alpha Tau Omega. • JOHN F. MONROE, Medicine; Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Nu Sigma Nu; President. Senior Class, (Medical); Publication Board. • ROBERT L. MOORE, Medicine; Union, Mississippi; Phi Chi. • JACK MOORE, Medicine; Wharton, Texas; Phi Chi, President; Owl Club; Medical Pan Hellenic Council. • THAYER K. MORROW, JR., Medicine; Peoria. Illinois; Nu Sigma Nu. • WILLIAM MAURICE MOTEN, Medicine; Western Grove, Arkansas. BELOW ROYALL T. LILES, JR. JACOB C, LIPPINCOTT WILLIAM C, McOUlNN JOHN F. MONROE TREVE B. LUMSDEN, JR. ROBERT L. MOORE JEANNE MARIE MARC JACK MOORE WILLIAM A. McBRIDE THAYER K. MORROW, JR. LOUIS KENNETH McCOWN WILLIAM MAURICE MOTEN ??S 1 S Sks! ° tflfc Tfc m JAMES W. NOBLE ROBERT H. POTTS, JR. RALPH FREDERICK NUZUM VLADIMIR REICZIEWCZXSKI MARIO PALAFOX M. W. RHODES ROBERT H. PALMER, JR. RUSSELL O. RIGBY MILAM B. PHARO EDWIN RIVERA JOHN W. ROARK REUBEN J. PLANT, JR. ABOVE • JAMES W. NOBLE, Medicine; V oodland, California. • RALPH FREDERICK NUZUM, Medicine; Yakima, Washington; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi. • MARIO PALAFOX, Medicine; El Paso, Texas; Phi Rho Sigma. S ROBERT HAMILTON PALMER. JR., Medicine; Greenville. Texas; Phi Chi; Vice-President. Senior Class; History of Medi- cine; Owl Club. • MILAM B. PHARO, Medicine; Port Arthur. Texas; Phi Chi. • REUBEN JACKSON PLANT. JR., Medicine; Tallasscc, Alabama; Phi Kappa Sigma; Nu Sigma Nu. • ROBERT HOLLINGSWORTH POTTS, JR.. Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Phi Chi; President, Junior Medical. ■47- ' 48; Owl Club. • VLADIMIR REICZIEWCZXSKI, Medicine; Moscow, Russia; Politburgo; Wallace for President Club. • M. W. RHODES. Medicine. Terrell, Texas; Alpha Omega Alpha; Owl Club. • RUSSELL O. RIGBY. Medicine; Shroveport. Louisiana; Phi Chi; Owl Club. O EDWIN RIVERA. Medicine; Cabo Roio. Puerto Rico. • JOHN W. ROARK, Medicine; Troup. Texas; Phi Chi. BELOW • IRVING LOUIS ROSEN. Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Lambda Kappa; History of Medicine. • H. A. RUSSELL, JR., Medicine; Murfreesboro. Tennessee; Phi Chi. • RICHARD OLIVER RUTLAND. JR., Medicine; Eufaula. Alabama; Nu Sigma Nu. Q JAMES HARRY SAFT. Medicine; Houston. Texas; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon; Medical Pan Hellenic, Vice-President, ' 48- ' 49: History of Medicine. • HAROLD J. SHANER, Medicine; Dayton. Ohio; Nu Sigma Nu. • WILLIAM L. SHEAD. Medicine; Norman, Olilahoma. IRVING LOUIS ROSEN JAMES HARRY SAFT H. A. RUSSELL, JR. HAROLD J. SHANER RICHARD O. RUTLAND, JR. WILLIAM L. SHEAD Nu Sig Banquet 8yiAA ytA. JAMES E. SHROPSHIRE, JR. DAVID L. STEPHENS WILLIAM R. SORUM A. L. STEPLOCK • JAMES E. SHROPSHIRE. JR., Medicine; Birmingham, Alabama; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Chi; Vice-Presi dent, Sophomore Class, Medical, 1946. • WILLIAM R. SORUM, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana. • DAVID L. STEPHENS, Medicine; Gadsden, Alabama; Owl Club. • A. L. STEPHLOCK, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana. • BRUCE SULLIVAN, JR., Medicine; Fort Worth, Texas; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine. • M. THOMAS SUMMAR. Medicine; Dallas, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. • WILLIAM C. SUPER, Medicine; Pittsburgh. Pennsyl- vania; History of Medicine. • JOHN H. TERRY, Medicine; Galesburg. Illinois; Beta Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu; President. Medical Student Body; Vice-President, University Student Council; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who History of Medicine; Owl Club; Medical Pan Hellenic Council. • ANDREW HENRY THALHEIM, JR., Medi cine; Gretna, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Phi Chi; Gamma Delta. • EUGENE JOSEPH THOMAS; Medicine Jackson, Mississippi; Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi. • LEE H, TRAPP, Medicine; Nettleton, Mississippi; Phi Chi Beta Beta Beta; Owl Club. • GEORGE WILLIAM TUCKER, Medicine; Crowley. Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu Delta Kappa Epsilon; Owl Club. • WARD TURNER. Medicine; New Orleans; Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu • JACK FREDERICK WISMAN, Medicine; Lincoln, Nebraska; Sigma Nu; Nu Sigma Nu. • ISADORE YAGER, Medicine; Brooklyn, New York; President, History of Medicine, ■48- ' 49; Owl Club. • SAMUEL JOHN ZOE- CKLER, Medicine; Davenport. Iowa; Alpha Omega Alpha; Owl Club. ABOVE BELOW BRUCE SULLIVAN, JR. LEE H. TRAPP M. THOMAS SUMMAR GEORGE WILLIAM TUCKER WILLIAM C. SUPER WARD TURNER JOHN H. TERRY JACK FREDERICK WISMAN ANDREW H. THALHEIM, JR. ISADORE YAGER EUGENE JOSEPH THOMAS SAMUEL JOHN 20ECKLER MAURICE B. ADELSON. Ill JAMES FAIRLY ALISON. JR. JAMES C. ATKINSON JO INDIAN AZTEC BYRON S. ALLEN, JR. JOHN ROY BANE, JR. LeROY C. ANTROBUS KIRK KENNETH BARNES RAUL A. ARMSTRONG ROBERT V. BARNETT ROSA ASMAR-KALIL RICHARD J. BARRY ABOVE BELOW • MAURICE BERNARD ADELSON, III, Medicine; Hollandale, Mississippi; Zeta Beta Tau. • JAMES FAIRLY ALISON, JR., Medicine; Selma, Alabama; Phi Chi. • BYRON S. ALLEN. JR., Medicine; Houston, Texas; Theta Kappa Psi. • LeROY C. ANTROBUS. Medicine; Tucumcari. New Mexico; Nu Sigma Nu. • RAUL A. ARMSTRONG. Medicine; Ponce. Puerto Rico; Phi Rho Sigma. • ROSA ASMAR-KALIL. Medicine; Santurce. Puerto Rico; Alpha Epsilon lota. • JAMES C. ATKINSON. Medicine; Scooba, Mississippi; Nu Sigma Nu; Freshman Medical Representative to Hullabaloo and JAMBALAYA. • JO INDIAN AZTEC. Medicine; Yucatan Peninsula. Mexico. • JOHN ROY BANE, JR., Medicine; Jackson, Mississippi; Theta K appa Psi. • KIRK KENNETH BARNES, Medicine; Spokane, Washington; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi. • ROBERT V. BARNETT. Medicine; Camden, Alabama; Omicron Delta Kappa; History of Medicine Society; Baptist Student Union. • RICHARD J. BARRY. Medicine; Shreveport. Louisiana; Phi Chi. • EMILE M. BAUMHAUER, JR., Medicine; Meridian, Mississippi; Phi Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT R. BOESE. Medicine; Ft. Lauderdale. Florida; Pi Kappa Alpha; Theta Kappa Psi. • FREM F. BOUSTANY, JR., Medicine; Lafayette, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Theta Kappa Psi. • FREDERICK R. BRADEN. Medicine; Huntington, West Virginia; Phi Chi. EMILE M. BAUMHAUER, JR. FREM F. BOUSTANY, JR. ROBERT R. BOESE FREDERICK R. BRADEN " Richardson Memorial " GERALD EDWARD BRANDES WALTER H. BRENT CHARLES W. 6RICE. JR. MASON EUGENE BROCK i J u I ly nuerar actuated ■9 • GERALD EDWARD BRANDES, Medicine; Victoria, Texas, e WALTER H. BRENT. Medicine; Hammond, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu. • CHARLES W, BRICE. JR., Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi; Honor Council (I); Vice-President Class (2). • MASON EUGENE BROCK. Medicine; Grapevine. Texas; AROTC. ABOVE • GEORGE F. BROWN. Medicine; Tupelo. Mississippi; Phi Chi. • WILLIAM P. CAGLE. III. Medicine; Los Angeles, California. • HENRY S. CARTER. Medicine; Pineville, Kentucky; Phi Chi. • ROBERT T. CATES, Medicine; Longview. Mississippi. • HORACE C. CLAYTON. Medicine; Leeds, Alabama. • ROBERT B. CLIFTON, Medicine; Shreveport, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • HERMAN COHEN. Medicine; Miami Beach. Florida. O HORACE ROBERT COOK, Medicine; San Francisco, California. • DAVID BERRY DALE. Medicine; Prentiss. Mississippi; Nu Sigma Nu. • THOMAS MOORE DAVIS, Medicine; Meridian, Mississippi. • D. D. DELGADO, D.D.S., Medicine; El Paso, Texas. • JAMES ROBERT DIXON, Medicine; Alberta, Alabama; Theta Kappa Psi. BELOW GEORGE F. BROWN WILLIAM P. CAGLE, Ml HERMAN COHEN HORACE ROBERT COOK HENRY S. CARTER DAVID BERRY DALE ROBERT T. CATES THOMAS MOORE DAVIS HORACE C. CLAYTON D. D. DELGADO ROBERT B. CLIFTON JAMES ROBERT DIXON JOHN A. EDWARDS, JR. RUDOLF M. FLASDICK THEODORE G. ELCHOS DREW GIESEN DABNEY MINOR EWIN UPTON WRIGHT GILES TOM K. FARRIS ROBERT H. GOODMAN GWINN FINCHER GEORGE B. HALLIDAY SEWALL S. FINE DOYLE R. HAMILTON, JR. ABOVE BELOW • JOHN ARCHIBALD EDWARDS, JR., Medicine; Anniston, Alabama; Phi Chi. O THEODORE GEORGE ELCHOS, Medicine; Vicksburg, Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi; Beta Beta Beta. • DABNEY MINOR EWIN, Medi- cine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi; President, Freshman Medical Class, ' 47- ' 48; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who; History of Medicine; JAMBALAYA; Canterbury Club; TUSK. • TOM K. FARRIS, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine Society. • GWINN FINCHER, Medicine; El Dorado, Arkansas; Phi Chi. • SEWALL S. FINE, Medicine; Boston, Massachusetts; AROTC; Squadron B; Band; Hillel Foundation; Intercollegiate Zionist Federal of Am. • RUDOLF M. FLASDICK, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • DREW GIESEN, Medicine; Radford, Virginia. • UPTON WRIGHT GILES, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT HERMAN GOODMAN, Medicine; Jersey City, New Jersey; Phi Lambda Kappa. • GEORGE B. HALLIDAY, Medicine; Mobile, Alabama; Theta Kappa Psi. • DOYLE ROACH HAMILTON, JR., Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Chi, Treasurer, Junior Class; Baptist Student Union. • WILLIAM ROBYN HARDY, JR., Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi; History of Medi- cine Society. • WILLIAM STEWART HARWELL, Medicine; Shreveport, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Vice-Presi- dent, Sophomore Class, ' 48- ' 49— Medical; Omicron Delta Kappa. • GENE C. HASSINGER, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon lota; History of Medicine Society. • DANILO ANTONIO HERRERA, Medi- cine; Heredia, Costa Rica; Central America; Phi lota Alpha. WILLIAM ROBYN HARDY, JR. WILLIAM S. HARWELL GENE C. HASSINGER DANILO A. HERRERA What? No Cadavers? I )v f- - " I H H H ■ v -rr M 1 j L H fei p ( C I iin BERNARD T, HICKMAN JERRY PAT HOUGH i r J u J a Ulncierar actuate A ' 9 RICHARD S. HOLLIS ALEXANDER WIRT HULETT • BERNARD T. HICKMAN. Medicine; Louisville, Mississippi; Theta Kappa Psi. • RICHARD 5. HOLLIS. Medicine; Amory, Mississippi; Phi Chi. O JERRY PAT HOUGH, Medicine; Harlingon, Texas; Sigma Chi. • ALEXANDER WIRT HULETT. Medicine; Charleston, Mississippi; Phi Chi. ABOVE O ROBERT E. IVY, Medicine; Hollandale, Mississippi; Phi Chi. • JOHN D. JACKSON. Medicine; Danville. Kentucky; Nu Sigma Nu. • ELIZABETH C. JONES. Medicine; Branford, Florida, CHARLES J. KAHN, Medicine, Pensacola, Florida; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon. • DAVID KATZ. Medicine; Brooklyn. New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. • HERMAN EDWARD KELLUM, JR.. Medicine; Haynesville, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • DONALD E. KILLELEA. Medicine. Wichita Falls, Texas; Phi Chi. • GAYLORD S. KNOX, Medicine; New Orleans. Louisiana; Nu Sigma Nu; History of Medicine. • ALOYSIUS LEO KUNTZ, Medicine; South Bend, Indiana. SAUL FRANCIS LANDRY. JR., Medicine; Houma, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • LEON LENOIR, JR., Medicine; Gulfport. Mississippi. O SAMUEL L. LIEBER, Medicine; Shreveport, Louisiana; Phi Delta Epsilon; Phi Sigma Delta; Who ' s Who. BELOW ROBERT E. IVY DONALD E. KILLELEA JOHN D. JACKSON GAYLORD S. KNOX ELIZABETH C. JONES ALOYSIUS LEO KUNTZ CHARLES J. KAHN SAUL FRANCIS LANDRY. JR. DAVID KATZ LEON LENOIR, JR. HERMAN E. KELLUM. JR. SAMUEL L. LIEBER ZELIG HERBERT LiEBERMAN CLU FLU LUSK CECIL ROY McEWEN. JR. WILLIAM E. McGEE, JR. CARL A. McCANDLISH HUSH C. McLEOD. JR. L. N. McCULLOUSH, JR. JOHN A. McLEOD WILLIAM Y. McDANIEL JOHN T. MILAM RICHARD A. McELROY ROBERT M. MILLER ABOVE • ZELIG HERBERT LIEBERMAN, Medicine; San Antonio, Texas; Phi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Omega Alpha; Pan Hellenic Council. • CLU FLU LUSK, Medicine; Eros, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • CARL A. McCANDISH, Medicine; Delhi, Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Chaplain, 1948-1949. • LAWRENCE NEIL McCULLOUGH. JR., Medicine; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Theta Kappa Psi, Treasurer. Medical Student Body, Sophomore. • WILLIAM YOUNG McDANIEL, Medicine; Tuscumbia, Alabama; Theta Kappa Psi. • RICHARD A. Mc- ELROY. Medicine; Richmond, Virginia; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Westminster Fellowship. • CECIL ROY Mc- EWEN, JR., Medicine; Brookhaven, Mississippi; Kappa Sigma. Theta Kappa Psi; A Cappella Choir. WILLIAM E. McGEE, JR., Medicine; Macon. Mississippi; Nu Sigma Nu. • HUGH CARROLL McLEOD. JR.. Medicine; Hattiesburg. Mississippi; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi. • JOHN ANGUS McLEOD, Medicine; Hattiesburg. Mississippi; Sigma Chi. Phi Chi; Pre-Medical Society. • JOHN T. MILAM, Medicine; Sissonville, West Virginia. • ROBERT MORGAN MILLER, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. BELOW • JAMES ALBERT MITCHELL, Medicine; Sheffield. Alabama. • RONALD B. MITCHELL. Medicine; Leipsic. Ohio; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JAMES B. MOSS. Medicine; Clovis, New Mexico; Theta Kappa Psi. • HENRY CLIFFORD MULLINS. JR., Medicine; Tuscaloosa. Alabama; Phi Chi. JAMES ALBERT MITCHELL JAMES B. MOSS RONALD B. MITCHELL HENRY C. MULLINS. JR. Do n ' t worry Sambo, they won ' t get you next Hey Ma, look at me i r J LI [li LI nderar actuates ■9 • FARRELL R, NICHOLSON, Medicine; Marrero, Louisiana. • JOHN LOCKWOOD OCHSNER, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Nu Sigma Nu. • JOHN B. O ' KEEFE, Medicine; Biloxl, Mississippi; Phi Chi. • RICHARD EUGENE PERRY, Medicine; Gainesville, Florida; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • JOHN E. PITTMAN, JR., Medicine; Enterprise, Alabama; Nu Sigma Nu; President, Sophomore Class, ' 48- ' 49; History of Medicine. • GERALD E. POSNER, Medicine; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Phi Delta Epsilon; Beta Gamma Sigma; Omciron Delta Kappa. • HENRY WILLIAM POST, Medicine; Denver City, Texas; Phi Chi. • MORTON H. RACHELSON, Medicine; Flushing, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa, Tau Epsilon Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. • LEONARD ROLFES, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi. • BERT ROOD, Medicine; Jackson- ville, Florida; Phi Chi. • FLOYD DAVID ROOS, Medicine; Shrcveport, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau, Phi Delta Epsilon. • SEYMOUR FRED ROSENWASSER, Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana; Ph! Lambda Kappa; Presi- dent, Affiliate Chapter of American Chemical Society, ' 45- ' 46; History of Medicine Society. BELOW FARRELL R. NICHOLSON JOHN L. OCHSNER JOHN B. O ' KEEFE HENRY W. POST MORTON H. RACHELSON LEONARD ROLFES RICHARD E. PERRY BERT ROOD JOHN E. PITTMAN, JR. GERALD E. POSNER FLOYD DAVID ROOS SEYMOUR F. ROSENWASSER GLENN B. RUFFIN HENRY L. 5HERR0D, JR. RANDOLPH RUTLEDSE PETER JOHN SPOTO GERALD SANDLER JOHN L. STEWART JACK SARTIN JAMES H. STILES, JR. JAMES W. SEWELL MICHAEL H. SULAK JESSE Q. SEWELL HART SYLVESTER ABOVE • SLENN B. RUFFIN, Medicine; Laurel, Mississippi; Phi Chi; President, Freshman Medical Class, ' 48- ' 49. • RANDOLPH RUTLEDSE, Medicine; Floydada, Texas; Phi Chi. • GERALD SANDLER, Medicine; Brooklyn. New York; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Phi Lambda Kappa; Pan Hellenic Council- • JACK SARTIN, Medicine; Columbia. Mississippi. • JAMES WESLEY SEWELL, Medicine; Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Phi Chi; Phi Delta Theta. • JESSE QUIMBY SEWELL. Medicine; Bay St. Louis. Mississippi. • HENRY LAMBERT SHERROD. JR., Medicine; Birming- ham. Alabama; Phi Chi. • PETER JOHN SPOTO. Medicine; Tampa, Florida; Phi Rho Sigma. • JOHN L STEWART. Medicine; Farmervllle, Louisiana. • JAMES HOOPER STILES, JR., Medicine; Lubbock, Texas; Phi Chi. • MICHAEL HUNTINGDON SULAK. Medicine; Upper Darby, Pennsylvania; Nu Sigma Nu. • HART SYLVESTER, Medicine; Ville Platte, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Intramural Council; Pan Hellenic Council; Blue Key. BELOW • GEORGE TEMPLE, Medicine; Budc. Mississippi; Theta Kappa PsI. • WALTER HARMON TILL, Medicine; Elmore, Alabama; Phi Chi; Lambda Chi Alpha. • JOHN C. TOMLINSON, Medicine; Gulfport, Mississippi; Phi Chi. • THEODORE P. VOTTELER, Medicine; Dallas, Texas; Phi Chi; Honor Council, ' 48- ' 49. GEORGE TEMPLE JOHN C. TOMLINSON WALTER HARMON TILL THEODORE P. VOTTELER One ' s in Pre-Med - ' Ul -. • t- The Joker Is In Med School i ri J u in Lfnderai ' aduaCed • H. AUBREY WHITE. JR., Medicine; Alexandria. Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi. • OLLIE P. WILLIAMS, g E L O W Medicine; Shreveport, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • ROBERT R. WILSON, Medicine; Shrevcport, Louisiana; Phi Chi. • SAMUEL B. WHITTEN, Medicine; Jaclcsonvillc, Florida; Tau Epsilon Phi; Phi Lannbda Kappa. • JAMES P. WOOD, Medicine; Clinton, Mississippi; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • V. WILLIAM WOOD, Medicine; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Phi Chi. • GERALD G. WOODRUFF, JR., Medicine; Anniston, Alabama; Phi Chi. • FRED S. WOODWORTH, Medicine; Coahuila. Mexico; Theta Kappa Psi. • CHARLES N. WRIGHT, Medicine; Jackson, Mississippi; Phi Chi; Pi Kappa Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa. H. AUBREY WHITE, JR. OLLIE P. WILLIAMS ROBERT R. WILSON SAMUEL B. WHITTEN JAMES P. WOOD V. WILLIAM WOOD GERALD G. WOODRUFF, JR. FRED S. WOODWORTH CHARLES N. WRIGHT Dr. Cobb Pilcher and Dr. Rudolph Matas I sad ore Yager, President; Leo Horan, Vice-President; Treasurer Richard Smith, Secretary; Milton Eichler, uinon IF ill ri J Basing its selection of membership upon interest in the group, scholastic standing, faculty recommendation and group approval, the hiistory of Medicine Society each year elects from the freshman class those fulfilling these standards. Founded in 1933, through the stimulus of Gordon Holcomb, Gres Dawson and Bernard Weinstein, the organization is primarily interested in tracing the de- velopment and factual information in its field. At each meeting guest speakers and members of the medical school staff present paper on medical history. An annual event is the spring banquet, at which time the newly elected are presented with membership certi- ficates, the officers for the next semester are introduced and awards to members are made. Among these are the Rudolph Mates Award for the best student paper present- ed during the year, the I. I. Lemann for the best dis- cussion of a paper, and the B. B. Weinstein for the most outstanding individual research done by a Student mem- ber. Officers this year have been Isadore Yager, president; Leo Horan, vice-president; Richard Smith, Secretary; Mil- ton Eichler, Treasurer. MEMBERS James Altgelt Ivan Al+man Virginia Apter John Arnold Philip Astor Robert Barnett Bob Barnes, Jr. Andrew Barry Fred Berry John Bise Mason Brock Craig Cantrell Yale Citrin Herman Cohen Clayton Cook Sol Courtman Thonnas Edwards Milton Eichler Dabney Ewin Richard Ewin Harry Fair, Jr. Tom Farris Charles Farwell. Jr. Richard Field, Jr. John Frere, Jr. John Gibson Paul Graffagnino V IIIIam Hardy, Jr. Gene Hassinger Robert Hendrlck Mary Lu Hickman Richard Hickman Alexander Hulett Leo Horan Louis Hughes Everett Irvine Robert Ivy Thomas James Robert Jernlgan Gordon Kelly Margaret Kerr Gaylord Knox Kathryn Krleger James Lancaster Alvan Lassen Clu Flu Lusk Robert Magee Jeannee Marcoux Foster McCaleb, Jr. Christopher Mengis Donald Morrison Francis Nicolle Francis Pearce, Jr. Van Buren Philpot, Jr. John Pittman, Jr. Lewis Post Lamar Puryear. Jr. Floyd Roos Irving Rosen Semour Rosenwasser Daniel Russel. Jr. Randolph Rutledge George Sackett, Jr Wayne Shepard Julian Sims Rayford Smith, Jr. Richard Smith Walter J. Stuckey, Melvin Sullivan, William Super John Terry George Tucker John Turner, Jr. Patricia Webb Harry Whayne Nell Williams Jack Wisman James Williams, Isadore Yager Samuel Zoeckler Jr. Jr. Jr. 246 nni mn kun The society is composed of regular members con- sisting of medical men and women who, as under- graduates, have given promise of becoming leaders in their professions, honorary members consisting of physicians who have attained distinction in a worthy line of human endeavor, and of persons, whether physicians or not, who have gained unusual recognition in fields related to medicine. The aims of the society are the promotion of scholarship and research in medical schools, the encouragement of a high standard of character and conduct among medical students and grad- uates, and the recognition of high attainment In medical science and related fields; and the creation of a fund to aid deserving students In the School of Medicine of Tulane University of Louisiana. OFFICERS WILLIAM CHERRY President JEANNE MARCOUX Vice-President DR. EDWIN S. KAGY .... Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS hienry Blackburn, William Cherry Clarence Denser Edwin Lee Sarlett John R. Gibson Mary L. Hickman Richard Hickman Guy Hicks, Jr. Samuel T. Jones Roy Ledbetter, Jr. Herbert Lie barman Jacob C. Lipplncott Frank London Sylvester McDonnleal, Jr, Jeanne Marie Marcoux Maj. William Rhodes. Jr, Melvin Sabshin David John Seel Richard T. Smith Samuel J. Zoeckler W. A. Cherry. G. M. Hicks, J. R. Gibson, Z. H. Lieberman, J. C. Lippincott, J. M. Mar- coux, M. W. Rhodes, S, J. Zoeckler. Whoever heard of Owls studying Medicine The Owl Club is an organization composed of twenty-four seniors in the School of Medi- cine elected yearly on the basis of their char- acter, personality, scholastic Interest. The pur- pose of the club is to promote better student- faculty relationships so that both parties may benefit from constructive criticism in order to maintain and advance scholarship, teaching, and ethics at the Medical School. In addition, the organization Is pledged to several projects, such as gathering Information of aid to junior and senior students In the se- lection of Internships, and has taken leadership In sponsoring the Tulane Medical Research Fund, for the promoting and financing of wider research at the School of Medicine. OFFICERS JOHN GIBSON President MAURICE CLAMMEN .... Vice-President BILL CHERRY Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Jack Barry Tommy James Dick Rutland Bob Bulling ton George Lewis David Stephens Bill Cherry Jack Moore Tommy Summar Maurice Ctammen Bob Potts Jack Terry Dicic Field Bob Palmer Lee Trapp Jimmy Gentry Major Rhodes Bill Tucker John Gibson Russel RIgby Isedore Yeager Leo Horen John Roark Sam Zoeckler iL un 247 R. J. BARRY, President ilDIUl rilHlHi Medical School Pan Hellenic Council was established in April, 1923, with the purpose of securing cooperation among the nnember fraternities and for preserving standards of membership. The mem- ber fraternities are Alpha Epsilon lota. Alpha Kappa Kappa, Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Chi, Phi Lambda Kappa, Phi Rho Sigma, Theta Kappa Psi. The council directs and controls all medical school fraternity athletic competition and in addition it sponsors the annual Medical Pan hiellenic Dance. 248. First row: R. J. Barry. M. R. Blals Second row: Richard Field, Moe Claman Third row: Kathryn Krieger, Jack Moore, Irving Rosen 249 i OFFICERS RICHARD J. FIELD President RICHARD O. RUTLAND Vice-President JAMES W. LANCASTER Secretary CHRIS. L. MENGIS Treasurer P. NED GRAFFASNINO Historian JAMES E. ALTGELT Custodian DON MORRISON Library MEMBERS Thomas E. Abernathy James E. Ai+gelt Leroy C. An+robus John H. Arnold James C. Alklnson William L Bass, Jr. John R. Bise, III Walter H. Brent Joe Frank Brothers Thomas J. Brothers David S. Buell Ralph H. Cameron, Jr. Craig G. Cantrell David B. Dale Ted K. Dampeer Warren G, Darty Thomas S. Edwards Joseph L. Ewing, Jr. Tom K. Farris Charles A. Farwell Richard J. Field, Jr. John R. Gibson Paul Ned Gratfagnino John A. Hall. Jr. Charles P. Hargis James hi. Harrison Guy M. Hicks, Jr. Charles R. Hogue Milton J. Hoffman Leo G. Horan Louis B. Hug hes Noel V. Ice John D. Jackson John B. Jameson, Jr. Fred B. Jones James W. Lancaster Gordon B. Kelly Gaylord S. Knox William A. McBride Foster C. McCaleb, Jr. William E. McGee, Jr. James T. Maddox Robert L. Magee Christopher L. Mengis John F. Monroe William D. Monroe Donald T. Morrison Thayer K. Morrow John L. Ochsner Francis M, Pearce, Jr. John E. Pittman, Jr. Reuben J. Plant, Jr. Daniel A. Russell, Jr. Richard O. Rutland George L. Sackett Billy P. Sammons H. Jack Shaner Rayford A. Smith, Jr. Richard T. Smith Julian H. Sims John P. Schneider John E. Stafford Albert F. Stratton, Jr. M. Bruce Sullivan John H. Terry Jack E. Thielen George W. Tucker Peyton R. Tunstall, Jr. Ward Turner John C. Turnham, Jr. William W. Walker, Jr. Harry U. Whayne James Williams, Jr. Jack F. Wisman Marvin E. Chernoslcy Irvin Clayton Edward B. Leverich Nu Sigma Nu was founded at the University of Michigan in 1882. and the Beta lota Chapter was established at Tulane in 1910. The Chapter ' s beautiful and ample house is conveniently located on St. Charles Avenue and is the scene of frequent and memorable parties. The fraternity ' s activities are presided over by Dick Field, ably assisted by vice-president Dick Rutland, recorded by Jim Lancaster, and reluctantly paid for by Chris Mongis. Its chief sources of pride are its excellent library and the annual Rudolph Matas Lectureship. The latter, established in 1947, has fhus far sponsored lectures by the eminent Doctors Alfred Blalock and William Menninger. 250 251 mi OFFICERS JACK MOORE Presiding Senior THOMAS DAVIS Presiding Junior THEODORE P. VOTTELER Secretary ROBERT IVY Treasurer MEMBERS James Alison, Jr. August Anderson Robert Barnes Richard Barry Jesse Belyeu Bob Bernhard Whitney Boggs Jacob Bos William Box Fred Braden Earl Brandon, Jr. George Fisher Brown Robert Brown Robert Bullington Thomas Bush R. E. Caldwell George Campbell David Carlton hlenry Sproles Carter William Larkin Carter Robert Clifton James Wesley Coker James William Connelly Clayton Cook Thomas Davis John Edwards John Ely Dabney Ewin Richard Ewing William Faris Harry Fair Lawrence Fincher Rudolf Flasdick John Frere John C. Fridge, Jr. Henry Guerriero Thomas Guyton Doyle Hamilton William Hardy John Harrington Fred Harris William Harwell Robert Hendrick Robert Higgs Dr. Robert F. Holdren Richard S. Hollis Ed Hudgens Alex Hulett Robert Ivy Thomas James Donald Killelea John Kitchings J. Thomas Krueger George Lewis Clu Flu Lusk Lawrence McGee Hugh Carroll McLeod, . John Angus McLeod Donald McMahon, Jr. Dembo Montgomery Robert Lee Moore Jack Moore Henry C. Mullins. Jr. Emmett C. Neil! Francis Nicolle Ralph Nuzum William G. Odom John O ' Keefe William Pacetti Robert Palmer Milam Pharo James Pierce Henry Post Robert Potts Lamar Puryear William Richardson Russell Rigby John Roark Albert Rood Glenn B. Ruffin Randolph Rutledge James Sewell Charles Selah Henry Sherrod John Shriner Earl Spencer Hugh Gene Steele James Hooper Stiles Andrew Thalheim Walter Till John Tomlinson Lee Trapp James Van Pelt Theodore Votteler Gordon Walker Aubrey White, Jr. Phil White Ernest Williams Olie Penn Williams Robert R. Wilson Virgil William Wood Gerald Woodruff Charles Wright Phi Chi was founded at the University of Vermont in 1889 and has been at Tulane since 1902. Famous for quiet parties and clean skits, they point with pride to their big house and the Jeff Miller library. Jack Moore swings the gavel and Tom Davis is Presiding Junior. Ted Votteler scribbles notes and Bob Ivy collects the bills. Hank Sherrod is House Mouse. Biggest " wheels " in the chapter are Snake Moore, Tom Davis, Tommy James, and Glenn Ruffin. Offic IBlll liPPl P8I OFFICERS MEMBERS JACK BARRY , Prytan TOM SUMMAR Vice-Prytan HOLLY GRIMM Co-Rush Captain BOB BOESE Co-Rush Captain ROSS DAVIS House Manager S. F. LANDRY. JR Recorder KIT CARSON Bursar E. RIZZOLO Librarian NELSON BOUDREAUX Chaplain GEORGE BENNETT Sergeant-at-Arms RITUAL OFFICERS J. KIMBELL Councilor K. BROWN " Temple Aid J. MOSS Herald Gaulman Abshire Byron Allen Richard Allen John Roy Bane, Jr. Andrew J. Barry George E. Bennett Fred B. Berry Chapman W. Bertlnot Robert R, Boese Nelson Boudreaux Frem F. Boustany, Jr. Roy Brabham Charles W. Brice Kennell P. Brown Thomas Calmpa Thomas D. Campbell Arthur J. Carson Robert T, Cates William A. Cherry John S. Davis Ross Davis James Dixon Volla A. Dunham Ted Elchos Robert J. Fairchild Ira E. Gaddy, Jr. Warren Sadpallle Ralph Gardner Bennett Holly Grimm George Halllday Charles E. Hamilton Bernard Hickman Carter Holcomb Wallace E. Irvine Woody Jacobs Car. Jarrell Samuel T. Jones. Ill Herman Kellum James H. KImbell Saul F. Landry, Jr. Royall T. Liles Treve B. Lumsden Lawrence N. McCullough William McDanlel Ray McEwen Ray McNamee John T. Milam Robert Miller Peter J. Morgane James B. Moss Ermlmlo Rlzzolo Leonard J. Rolfes Jack Sartin Fred M. Shell Wiley Smith Otto C. Stelnmfiyer William A. Stephens Thomas M. Summar Joseph R. Swartwout George Temple Stanley W. Ullom Spencer Walton John Weiss John C. Wells John B. WIthrow Fred S. Woodworth Ernie Young Theta Kappa PsI began the new year in a new house at 1939 South Carrollton Avenue. Everyone put out a lot of elbow grease getting things ship-shape for Rush Week. The big events of the year were the Cadaver Ball, French Quarter Party, Cajun Party, Spring Formal, and many other informal parties. Their chief contribution to Medical Pan-Hellenic this year is Its president. Jack Barry, who, also, runs things down Theta Kap way. 254 t ' •SSf " WSr 7) m. Hpu nppi npn OFFICERS WAYNE SHEPARD President JOHN TURNER Vice-President JIM WOOD Secretary GREGORY FERRIS Treasurer MEMBERS Bill Cagle Gene Cooper Gregory S. Ferris V. B. Jackson Carl A. McCandlish Richard A. McElroy Edward Morgan Richard E. Perry Allen Read Wayne Shepard Lynne J. Taylor John Turner E. W, Wilkerson James Wood Alpha Kappa Kappa was founded at Dartmouth Col- lege in 1888. Alpha Beta chapter was instituted at Tu- lane November 24, 1903, as successor to Zeta chapter of Phi Kappa Psi. After having suffered severely during the war years from the loss of her house and many of the local alumni to the armed services. Alpha Beta was completely reorganized last year, and with the purchase of a new house on St. Charles Ave. looks forward to a repetition of her long and honorable history. The annual house dance in April and the sporadic parties given sev- eral times each month highlighted the social season. JlFIl EPSIlli ini OFFICERS K. J. KREIGER President P. WEBB Recording Secretary V. APTER Vice-President K. BACHMAN Corresponding Secretary C. DENNING Treasurer MEMBERS Helen Ahmann Virginia Apter Rosa Asmar Katherine Bachman Evelyn Barraza Mary Beaman Louise Benneft Maria Teresa Berio Margaret Bolton Mary John Brown Ana Carrera Carolyn Denning Priscilla Diaz Nina Bass Goss Julia Hart Mary Sue Hart Gene Hasslnger Alpha Epsilon lota Is the only women ' s medical frater- nity at Tulane. Social activities this year included a " get- acquainted " picnic for the freshman girls (with beer), a Christmas party, the annual Powder Puff Ball, and the Senior Banquet in May. Mary Louise Hinson Jonnie M. Horn Elizabeth Jones Mildred Kenny Margaret Kerr Ruth Kirchstein Kathryn Krieger Jeanne Marcoux Louise Markham Frances Mayfield Betty Noxon Cecilia Reichert Emmasue Snow Sarah Stewart Patricia Webb Priscilla Wells Nell Williams inactive) Medical Interest is stimulated by sponsoring a series of guest lectures with attendance open to the faculty and student body. 257 r I I Mi s I G y i OFFICERS MICHAEL BLAIS President DAVID REIVE Vice-President PETER SPOTO Secretary RAUL ARMSTRONG Treasurer MEMBERS Raul A. Armstrong Michael R. Blais Gernon Brown, Jr. Maxuell Carrol George Carusso Ray Morgan The Phi Rhos got their start at Northwestern Univer- sity in 1 890. The Delta Omicron Alpha chapter was established at Tulane in 1918. Mike Blais is the president oi the group, Dave Reive is vice-president, Pete Spoto, secretary and Raul Armstrong, treasurer. This year has been full of activity, starting with the repairing and paint- Mario Palafox Lester Ploss David Reive Jesse Sewell Carlos G. Santoro Peter J. Spoto ing of the old house at Maple St. by the mennbers them- selves. The alumni were present for the house warming that followed, as well as for the after-the-game-parties and the big hialloween Dance, for which the house was beautifully decorated. Their colors are scarlet and gold. p 1 1 I A M n A n r r i OFFICERS IRVING ROSEN President SEYMOUR ROSENWAS5ER Treasurer SOL I. COURTMAN Vice-President ROBERT GOODMAN Ass ' t. Sec. YALE CITRIN Secretary IVAN ALTMAN Sergeant-at-Arms MEMBERS Philip Astor Ivan Altman Herbert Bloom David Caul Yale Citrin hlerman R. Cohen Sol I. Courtman David Feigenbaum Averam Finger Bert Click Robert Goodman David Katz Phi Lambda Kappa was founded on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania in 1909 by a group of 14 men. Since that historic date, the fraternity has grown rapidly. Chapters are active at forty of the nation ' s medical schools. The reasons for this marked ispread are obvious if one could just examine the Preamble to the National Constitution. This states that the aims of Phi Lambda Kappa are to foster and maintain in the medical pro- Alvin Lassen Alan Lipton Maxwell Littman Max Pallet Lewis 1. Post Morton Rachelson Irving L. Rosen Seymour Rosenwasser Gerald Sandler Murray Schechter Gilbert Vi alker Samuel V itten fession a spirit of fraternalism and of mutual aid and moral support, to promote and advance the concepts of the medical sciences, to inistil! and maintain in the hearts of our Praters a love for and a loyalty to their Alma Mater and its ideals, and to inculcate such Ideals as will result in actions worthy of the highest precepts of human endeavor. Psi chapter came to Tulane ' s campus in 1925. r ei Hill E F s 1 1 Hi MEMBERS Beniamin BashinskI Sherman Lee Bruckner Maurice Claman Lawrence Gomberg Charles Kahn Samuel L. Lleber Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity was founded at Cornell University in 1904. Alpha lota chapter appeared on Tulane ' s campus in 1918. The main activities of the year centered around monthly lectures, Panhellenic ac- tivities, Saturday night parties, and picnics. Dr. Jules Davidson, distinguished alumnus, was elected Grand Con- sul of the National Fraternity. The fraternity was led this Zelig Lieberman Berirand Myers Gerald Posner Floyd Roos James Satt Coleman Schneider year by Zelig Leiberman, president; Gerald Posner, vice- president; Lee Bruckner, secretary-treasurer. Jame.s Saft and Zelig Lieberman were Panhellenic representatives. In campus activities Zelig Lieberman was elected presi- dent of the Owl Club for the coming year; James Saft served as vice-president of the Med School Pan fHellenic; and Gerald Posner was treasurer of the sophomore class. 1 J IDll rr r I n u 11 Social Worker Yuspeh " Hustling " For Glenn Taylor D p I Q O MERLIN J. AUZINE, Commerce Graduate School; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Alpha Chi Sigma; Greenbackers. • ROBERT FAULK BLAND, Graduate School; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Kappa Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Tau Beta Pi; Who ' s Who; President, Junior Class, ' 47; President, Senior Class, ' 48. • THOMAS C. CREAGAN. Graduate; Commerce; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha. • RUBIE SAUNDERS CROSBY, Social Work; Roswell, New Mexico; Zeta Tau Alpha. • NEVILLE L. CULL, Graduate School; Douglas, Arizona; Alpha Chi Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; Who ' s Who; President, Graduate School, 1948-1949. • DONALD FELDMAN, Graduate; New Orleans, Louisiana. • ARTHUR L. GILMORE, JR., Graduate; Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Zeta Sigma; Student Body, President, 1942-1943; Who ' s Who, Mathematic Club. • FRANK PERRY GOLDMAN, Graduate; Alluvial City, Louisiana; Sociology Club; IRC; Phi Sigma lota. • RICHARD H. HAASE, Graduate; Webster Groves, Missouri; Beta Theta Pi. O SUZANNE HODGMAN, Graduate; Oak Forest, Illinois. • FLORENCE A. KELLY, Social Work; New Orleans, Louisiana: Alpha Chi Omega. © ANDREW L. KERN, Graduate; New Orleans, Louisiana. MERLIN J. AUZINE ARTHUR L. GILMORE, JR, ROBERT F. BLAND FRANK P. GOLDMAN THOMAS C. CREAGAN RICHARD H. HAASE RUBIE SAUNDERS CROSBY SUZANNE HODGMAN NEVILLE L. CULL FLORENCE A. KELLY DONALD FELDMAN ANDREW L. KERN 262 L Santa Claus must be in social work, too, Eh Keller • FANNIE LaVELLE KYKtR, Graduate; Hattiesburg. Mississippi; Zeta Tau Alpha; President, YWCA; Glee Club; Operetta; JAMBALAYA; Hullabaloo; Art Club; Dance Club; La Tertulia; Baptist Student Union; Deutciies Vcrein; French Club. • JING HO LING, Social Work; Tacoma, Washington. • ALFRED P. MILLS, Graduate School; Fallon, Nevada; Theta Chi; Alpha Chi Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Xi; Sigma Pi Chi, President. • EDWIN LEE MOWE, JR., Graduate; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Pi. • ARTHUR G. NUHRAH, Graduate School; New Orleans, Louisiana. • GEORGE T. PLUNKETT, Graduate; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delia Sigma Phi; Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class, 1947-1948; Beta Gamma Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who, • EDWARD P. RANDOLPH, III, Graduate; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Eta Sigma Phi; President. 1945; Phi Beta Kappa. • ALMA LOUISE SMITH, Social Work; Baltimore, Maryland. • BARBARA STEWART, Buffalo, New York; Kappa Alpha Theta. O SARA TWIGGS, Social Work; LaGrange, Georgia. • MILTON CONRAD VIGO, Graduate; New Orleans, Louisiana. • DRURY WILLIAM WALL, Graduate; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Beta Kappa; Wesley Foundation; Glendy Burke; Mathematic Club; Physics Club. FANNIE LaVELlE KYKER JING HO LING EDWARD P. RANDOLPH, III. ALMA LOUISE SMITH ALFRED P. MILLS BARBARA STEWART EDWIN LEE MOWE, JR. SARA TWIGGS ARTHUR G. NUHRAH GEORGE T. PLUNKETT MILTON CONRAD VIGO DRURY WILLIAM WALL 263 HO v R.D-T!LTON MEMOPJM LIBRAHY SENIORS AND UNDERSRADSIN S , mBsmmm ' wssmmmim ' " " jfHSSS mmm m- m SiM m mmmmm i m t nm iw 1 1 mm mm Jt iJL_j:iXL!U!jLa NEWCOMB, ENGINEERING, AND COMMERCE HENRY T. AARDWES. JR. SUZANNE ALCUS JANET MARIE ABADIE ROBERT MITCHUM ARTHUR M. ADOLPH JOHN W. ANDERSON WILIAM E. AICKLEN, JR. ERVIN M. ARATA MATTHEW ALBERT JOAN ARBOUR PHILIP E. ALBP.ECHT JOHN ARENA ABOVE • HENRY THOMAS AARDWEG, JR., Business Administration; Greenville, Mississippi; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JANET MARIE ABADIE, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta. • ARTHUR M. ADOLPH, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • WILLIAM EDWARD AICKLEN, JR., Engineering; New Orleans; American Institute Electrical tngineers. • MATTHEW ALBERT, Arts and Sciences; Hartford, Connecticut; Alpha Phi Omega. • PHILIP E. ALBRECHT, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Student Body, Vice-President, 1947-1948; Pan Hellenic; Scabbard and Blade. • SUZANNE ALCUS, Newcomb; New Or- leans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; President, Newcomb Pan Hellenic Council; Student Government Association. • ROBERT MITCHUM, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Reefer Club. • JOHN W. ANDERSON, Engi- neering; Nashville, Tennessee; Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; American Institute Chemical Engineers; Techi- Torque. • ERVIN M. ARATA, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Tutane Architectural Society; American In- stitute Architecture. • JOAN ARBOUR, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; Newman Club. • JOHN ARENA, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. BELOW • JOHN B. ARLT, JR., Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • WALTER ASCHER, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • JAMES FRANKLIN AYCOCK, Arts and Sciences; Hollywood, Florida; Alpha Tau Omega. • CARL THOMAS BABINGTON, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineers; E.T.A. JOHN B. ARLT, JR. JAMES F. AYCOCK WALTER ASCHER CARL T. BABINGTON Miss Hickey Cup A% Eyi LyUCrty MILTON E. BAILEY JOSEPH W. BALMER, JR. ALBERT BALDWIN, JR. ROBERT J. BANNON • MILTON E. BAILEY, Arts and Sciences; DcRidder, Louisiana. • ALBERT BALDWIN. JR., Business Adnninis- tration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • JOSEPH W. BALMER, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Scabbard and Blade. • ROBERT J. BANNON, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon. ABOVE • ROY J. BARBIER, Arts and Sciences; Marrero, Louisiana. • LAURENT M. BAROUSSE. JR., Business Adminis- tration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega. • LYLE L. BARRE, Engineering; Shreveport. Louisiana; Tulane Architectural Society; Alpha Tau Alpha. • A. J. BARTLETT, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana. • BENJAMIN BASHINSKI, JR., Arts and Sciences; Macon, Georgia; 2eta Beta Tau; Phi Delta Epsilon. • LEE J. BATEMAN, Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Pi; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • HENRY JOSEPH BAYHI, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sig; Newman Club. • PETE BEER. Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; A.R.O.T.C; Zeta Beta Tau; Glee Club; " Hullabaloo " ; Scabbard and Blade; Campus Night; Greenbackers. • WINIFRED BEIER, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; A Cappella Choir; Operetta. • FRANK A. BELL, JR., Engineering; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Delta Tau Delta; Alpha Phi Omega; President. American Society Civil Engineers; Tau Beta Pi. • EMITA PRENTISS BENEDICT. Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana; Chi Omega. • FRED E. BENNEYT, JR., Arts and Sciences; Monroe, Louisiana; Alpha Chi Sigma. BELOW ROY J. BARBIER LAURENT M. BAROUSSE, JR. A. J. BARTLETT LYLE L. BARRE BENJAMIN BASHINSKI, JR. HENRY J. BAYHI PETE BEER WINIFRED BEIER FRANK A. BELL, JR. EMITA P. BENEDICT LEE J. BATEMAN FRED E. BENNETT, JR. KATHERINE L. BERNARD WILLIAM B, BIZZELL, II. SHIRLEY BERSADSKY E. BEVERLY BLANE DONALD J. BERTUCCI LEONE BLOCK STERLING B. BIGNER BARBARA JO BLUM ARMANDE BILLION BETH BOHNSTORFF JOSEPH A. BIRDSALL. JR. ROBERT N. BOSE ABOVE • KATHERINE LUCILE BERNARD, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; A Cappella Choir; Festi- val Choir; Opera; Operetta; Dance Club; Newman Club; Big Sister. • SHIRLEY BERSADSKY, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A Cappella Choir; Festival Choir; Glee Club; Opera; Operetta; Hillel; Forum; International Relations Club. • DONALD J. BERTUCCI, Arts and Sciences; Memphis, Tennessee; Deutches Verein. • STERLING BURTON BIGNER, Arts and Sciences; Shreveport. Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta. • AR- MANDE BILLION, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; La Tertuila. • JOSEPH A. BIRDSALL. JR., Business Administration; Lockport, Louisiana. • WILLIAM B. BIZZELL II, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; A Cappella Choir; Opera; Operetta. • E. BEVERLY BLANE, Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; La Tertulia; Wesley; Tennis Club. • LEONE BLOCK, Newcomb; Thibodaux. Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • BARBARA JO BLUM, Newcomb; Donnaldsonville, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; Pan Hellenic; Greenbackers; JAt (BALAYA. • BETH BOHNSTORFF, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Baptist Student Union; University Theatre. • ROBERT N, BOSE, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Unit Manager, Senior Class; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Newman Club. BELOW • ROBERT LEE BOSWELL, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. • EDWAKU A. rt. BOTHE, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Gamma Delta. • BENJAMIN D. BOURGEOIS. JR., Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • VIRGINIA PRICE BOWEN, Newcomb; Atlanta. Georgia; Chi Omicron. ROBERT LEE BOSWELL BENJAMIN BOURGEOIS, JR. EDWARD A. R. BOTHE VIRGINIA P. BOWEN The perennial survey Lin Gee and John Hine 4 iAf iyiAAO cA. EARL A. BREAUX E. J. BRINKMANN WARREN E. BRENNEN L. MAYO BRODIE • EARL A. BREAUX, Business Administration; Mathews. Louisiana; Glee Club; Operetta. • WARREN EDWARD BRENNEN, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • E. J. BRINKMANN, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Civil Engineers. • L. MAYO BRODIE, Business Adminis- tration; Boston, Massacfiusetts; Ptii Delta Theta. • PAUL W. BROSMAN, JR., Arts and Sciences; N.R.O.T.C; Sigma Ctii; Taffrail; Pan Hellenic. • CHARLES H. BROWN. Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • LOYCE VICTORIA BROWNSON, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Y.W.C.A.; Newman Club. • ROBERT S. BRUSH, Engineering; Ponca City. Oklalioma; Sigma Chi; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • ROBERT H. BRYSON, Business Administration; Port Neches. Texas; Si gma Alpha Epsilon. • EDWIN PHILIP BULTMAN, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Baptist Student Union; Interfaith Council. • THOMAS M. BURKE. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Civil Engineers. • WILLIAM H. BUTTS, Engineering; Yakima. Wash- ington. • NANETTE CAFFERY, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Festival Choir; Glee Club; Art Club. • ROBERT F. CAHN, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau. • JULIAN C. CAMPBELL. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club; Opera; Operetta. • RAYMOND LEE CARMEDELLE. Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Newman Club. ABOVE BELOW PAUL W. BROSMAN. JR. CHARLES H. BROWN LOYCE V. BROWNSON THOMAS M. BURKE WILLIAM H. BUTTS NANETTE CAFFERY ROBERT S. BRUSH ROBERT F. CAHN ROBERT H. BRYSON EDWIN P. BULTMAN. JR. JULIAN C. CAMPBELL RALMOND L. CARMEDELLE 4j 151 IS) LORELEI G. CARROLL DOROTHEA PATRICIA CASSO JAMES D. CART FRANK A CHALAIRE JANICE CARTER JOHN T. CHAMBERS CONSTANCE CARTER FRANK PAUL CICERELLO MARY KATHLEEN CARTER ACHILLE E, CLARK, JR. HENRY G. CASSERLEIGH, JR. HAROLD M. CLEMENT ABOVE ° LORELEI G. CARROLL. Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Dance Club; Deutches Verein; Mathamatics Club; Student Affiliate: of American Chemical Society. • JAMES D. CART, Business Administration; Bradley. Illinois. • JANICE CARTER, Newcomb; Pi Beta Phi; Dance Club. • CONSTANCE CARTER. Newcomb. Biloxi. Mississippi; Zcta Tau Alpha. A Cappella Choir; Glee Club; Opera; Operetta; Newman Club; Pan Hellenic. • MARY KATHLEEN CARTER. Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana. • HENRY GEORGE CASSER- LEIGH JR.. Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. • DOROTHEA PATRICIA CASSO, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Y.W.C.A. • FRANK A. CHALAIRE III. Pre Medical; St. Bernard, Louisiana; Theta Kappa Psi; Newman Club; Deutches Verein. • JOHN T. CHAMBERS. Engineering; Sigma Chi; New Orleans. Louisiana; American Society of Chemical Engineers. • FRANK PAUL CICERELLO. Business Arministration; Bradford, Pennsylvania. • ACHILLE E. CLARK. JR., Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • HAROLD M. CLEMENT, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. BELOW • MARVIN A. CLEMENT. Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • BARBARA LEE COHEN, Newcomb; Lynchburg, Virginia. • VIRGINIA WITHERS COLEBECK. Newcomb; Greensboro, Alabama; Newcomb Athletic Association; Who ' s Who; Dormitory Council; Honor Board; Forum. • JOHN A. COLLINS, Arts and Sciences; Carteret, New Jersey; Glee Club; Newman Club. MARVIN A. CLEMENT VIRGINIA W. COLEBECK BARBARA LEE COHEN JOHN A. COLLINS " Unhand me you brute " sk £ t i4 cytA CHARLES L. COLOMB, JR. NORMAN C. COOK CLAIR COOK DUDLEY L. CORBIN. JR. • CHARLES L. COLOMB. JR., Business Administrative; New Orleans, Louisiana. • CLAIR COOK, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu. • NORMAN C. COOK, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • DUDLEY L. CORBIN, JR., Business Administrative; Phi Kappa Alpha. • BETTY CORNMAN, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Beta Beta; Hillel; Intercollegiate Zionist Federa- tion of America. • HAROLD J. COUNCE, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. • JOHN H. COUNCE II, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Pre-Med Society. • CY DAVID FRAN- CIS COURTNEY, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Glee Club; Publications Board; Deutches Verein; University Student Council; T.U.S.K.; Honor Board. • RONALD B. COWART. Engineering; Wauchula. Florida; Kappa Sigma; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • A. ROGERS COX, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; American Society Civil Engineers; E.T.A. • WILLIAM EARL CROCHET, JR.. Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • PRUL R. CROUCH, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • DOMINIK L, CUCCIA. Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. • OLIVE S. CUMMIS, Arts and Sciences; Maple- wood. New Jersey; Kappa Nu; JAMBALAYA; Hillel; International Relations Club; T.U.S.K.; Vice-President Senior Class. • FRANK J. DALIA. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Newman Club; American Society Civil Engineers. • HAROLD J. DALIO, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers. ABOVE BELOW BETTY CORNMAN WILLIAM E. CROCHET, JR. HAROLD J. COUNCE PRUL R. CROUCH JOHN H. COUNCE II DOMINIK L. CUCCIA CY DAVID F. COURTNEY OLIVE S. CUMMIS RONALD B. COWART FRANK J. DALIA A. ROGERS COX HAROLD J. DALIO kA ih 15|T W n iT " 7! tt I ::: | ™ I f?5i EVERETT DANE EMILE DE ARMAS COLDWELL DANIEL Ml LLOYD B. DE LUCA EUGENE W. DAUTERIVE AUGUSTUS HENRY DENIS CARRUTHER J. DAVIS, JR. PAUL MARTIN DESBON, JR. RICHARD M. DAVIS, JR. ALFRED J. DIAMOND WILLIAM B. DEARMAN, JR. LEONARD DIAMOND ABOVE • EVERETT DANE, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; " Hullabaloo. " • COLDWELL DANIEL III, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sig. O EUGENE W. DAUTERIVE, Arts and Sciences; New Iberia, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega. • CARRUTHER J. DAVIS, JR., Arts and Sciences; Terry, Mississippi; Delta Sig; Baptist Student Union. © RICHARD M. DAVIS, JR., Business Adminisfration; Bastrop. Louisiana. • WILLIAM B. DEARMAN, JR., Arts and Sciences; Purvis, Mississippi; Beta Theta Pi. • EMILE DE ARMAS, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Who ' s Who; E.T.A.; President, American Institute of Architecture; Gargoyle. • LLOYD B. DE LUCA, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • AUGUSTUS HENRY DENIS, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • PAUL MARTIN DES- BON, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Theta Nu. • ALFRED J. DIAMOND, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Chemical Engineers. © LEONARD DIAMOND, Arts and Sciences; Brooklyn, New York; Kappa Nu; Hillel; T.U.5.K. BELOW • LEE S. DICKERSON, Business Administration; Fort Worth, Texas; Sigma Chi. • CATHERINE DICKS, New- comb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Operetta; Baptist Student Union. O JOHN CASPER DODT III, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; President. Newman Club. • NOEL DONOVAN. Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Chi Omega; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Dance Club; Newman Club. LEE S. DICKERSON JOHN CASPER DODT III CATHERINE DICKS NOEL DONOVAN Every senior should have one L Eyutd o o . AUGUST H. DOUGLAS, JR. JACK L. DOWNING ROBERT L. DOUGLAS ERNEST WILLIAM DRACKEH • AUGUST H. DOUGLAS. JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; American Society Mechan- ical Engineers. • ROBERT LIVINGSTON DOUGLAS, Business Adnainistration; St. Petersburg. Florida; Pi Kappa Alpha; President, Senior Class; Vice-President, Commerce Student Body; N.R.O.T.C.; Rifle Team; Scabbard and Blade. • JACK L. DOWNING. Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. • ERNEST WILLIAM DRACKETT, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma. ABOVE • SEYMOUR J. DREYFUS, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Zeta Beta Tau; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • BROOK H. DUNCAN II, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; President, Freshman Class. • DAVIS TSZ-CHEE DUNN. Business Administration; Shanghai. China, e O. A. EASTERLING, JR., Arts and Sciences; Monroe. Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • ETHEL L. EATON, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron; President, Y.W.C.A.; Pan Hellenic; Math Club. O CLINTON W. EFFINGER III. Arts and Sciences; Palm Beach, Florida; R.O.T.C; Band; Dance Orchestra; " Hullabaloo " ; Wesley Foundation; Radio; Scabbard and Blade; Sociology Club; International Relations Club; T.U.S.K. • JOHN W. ELDER, En- gineering; Birmingham, Alabama; Alpha Tau Omega; American Institute Electrical Engineers; E.T A,; Pan-Hellenic. • GEORGE BENNETT ELLIOTT, JR., Business Administration; Pikeville, Kentucky. • LYMAN L. ELLZEY, Engi- neering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Civil Engineers; E.T. A. • SARA EUSTIS, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • WILLIAM J. EVANS. Arts and Sciences; Alexandria, Louis- iana. • GEORGE CLARK EYRICK, Business Administration; Natchez, Mississippi. BELOW SEYMOUR J. DREYFUS BROK H. DUNCAN II DAVIS TSZ-CHEE DUNN JOHN W. ELDER GEORGE B. ELLIOTT, JR. LYMAN L. ELLZEY O. A. EASTERLING, JR. SARA EUSTIS ETHEL L. EATON WILLIAM J. EVANS CLINTON W. EFFINGER Ml GEORGE CLARK EYRICK OWEN FRANCIS FALCON CHARLES FRANK FEE, JR. BERND FALK MRYNA FEINBERG WILLIAM FOSTER FANT AVRAM FINGER STUART D. FARBER GEORGIA SEAGO FISCHER ISAAC STAMPS FARRAR, JR. DOROTHY S. FISHER KATHRYN M. FAVROT E. HARDING FLAIR ABOVE • OWEN FRANCIS FALCON, Arts and Sciences; Norco, Louisiana. • BERND FALK, Engineering; New Or- leans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers; Radio Club. • WILLIAM FOSTER FANT, Arts and Sciences: New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; T.U.S.K. • STUART D. FARBER, Arts and Sciences; San Antonio, Texas; Kappa Nu; Hillel; Interfaith Council; Campus Night; Physics Club. • ISAAC STAMPS FARRAR, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • KATHRYN M. FAVROT, Newcomb; New Or- leans, Louisiana; Chi Omega. • CHARLES FRANK F EE, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Gamma Epsilon Omega. • MRYNA FEINBERG, Newcomb; Dallas, Texas; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Dormitory Council; Honor Board; La Tertulla. • AVRAM FINGER, Arts and Sciences; New York, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. • GEORGIA SEAGO FISCHER, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Greenbackers. • DOROTHY SAMUELSON FISHER, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana. • E. HARDING FLAIR, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; E.T.A.; Tulane Architectural Society; American Institute Architecture. BELOW • CHARLES STOCKER FONTELIEU, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; A.R.O.T.C: Delta Kappa Ep- silon; Vice-President, Arts and Sciences Student Body; Scabbard and Blade; Radio Workshop; National Collegiate Players President; Cinema Guild. • DONALD L. FORTIER, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Football. • ALLDEN ROY FREDERICKSON, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Civil Engineers. • CORA FREEMAN, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu. CHARLES S. FONTELIEU ALLDEN ROY FREDERICKSON DONALD L. FORTIER CORAL FREEMAN Irish Royalty Don La Garde Gayle Schwartzenbach ■ ■ « P c . -, :w Syt iyMycA. EDWARD R. FREITAS RAYFIELD S. FROEBA, JR. SIDNEY FRIEDMAN RUTH MADELINE FRY • EDWARD R. FREITAS, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Physics Club. • SIDNEY FRIEDMAN, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • RAYFIELD S. FROEBA, JR., New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sig; Intramural Council. • RUTH MADELINE FRY, Newcomb; Lake Charles, Louisiana. • HOWARD OLIN GAFFORD, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • WALTER JOSEPH SAGNET, JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; American Society Mechanical Engineering; E.T.A. • MARGUERITE HARRELL GALLOWAY, Newcomb; Mobile, Alabama; Alpha Delta Pi. • LYLE J. GARITTY. JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Band. • GARLAND E. GARNER, Arts and Sciences; Bogalusa, Louisiana; A.C S. • LIN CEO GEE, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineering. • TOM GILLEN, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Wesley Foundation; Sociology Club; Psychology Club. • CARLOTTA J. SILLIS, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Honor Board; Assets; Student Government; Canterbury Club. • FRANK J. GIHRINTANO. JR., Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • MOISE H. GOLDSTEIN, JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American institute Electrical Engineering. • JOHN W. GOODWYN, Engineering; Saginaw, Michigan; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • WILLIAM B. GORDON, Arts and Sciences; Liberty, Mississippi. ABOVE BELOW HOWARD OLIN GAFFORD WALTER J. GAGNET, JR. MARGUERITE H. GALLOWAY LYLE J. GARITTY, JR. GARLAND E. GARNER TOM GILLEN CARLOTTA J. GILLIS FRANK J. GIHRINSTANO, JR. MOISE H. GOLDSTEIN, JR. JOHN W. GOODWYN LIN CEO GEE WILLIAM B. GORDON ild l S I , H I THEODORE N. GOREAU MARIE LEMORE GREHAN ANGELO V. SRACI, JR. BETSY LUDLOW GRIFFIN HENRY E. GRAHAM, III ALBERT C. GUILLOT JOAN GLYMER GRAHAN RICHARD I. HADDEN THOMAS Z. GREEN HENRY J. HAFFNER, JR. WILLIAM J. GREEN HENRY L. HAMMEn. JR. ABOVE • THEODORE NELSON GOREAU, Arts and Sciences; Memphis, Tennessee; A.C.S. • ANGELO VINCENT GRACI. JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; A.C.S.; Tau Beta Pi; Newman Club; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. • HENRY EUGENE GRAHAM, III, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. • JOAN GLYMER GRATTAN, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Festival Choir; Y.W.C.A.; Math Club; Student Affiliates of American Chemical Society. • THOMAS Z. GREEN, Engineering; Crawfordsville. Indiana; Sigma Chi; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Engineer ' s Technological Atelier; Greenbackers; Lagnlappes. • WIL- LIAM J. GREEN, Engineering; Shamrock, Texas; Kappa Sigma; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Engineer ' s Technological Atelier. • MARIE LEMORE GREHAN, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; Operetta; Newman Club. • BETSY LUDLOW GRIFFIN, Newcomb; New York. New York; Pi Beta Phi. • ALBERT C. GUILLOT, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi. a RICHARD I. HADDEN, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • HENRY J. HAFFNER, JR., Busi- ness Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • HENRY L. HAMMETT, JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi; American Institute Electrical Engineers. BELOW • JOHN P. HAMMOND, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. • WERMUND EMANUEL SCHROEDER HANSON. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Chemical Engineers; Engineer ' s Technological Atelier. • PHIL HARRIS, Business Administration; Jackson, Mississippi. • PHILIP HARSHAM. Arts and Sciences; Carter. Kentucky; Theta Nu; Who ' s Who; " Hullabaloo " ; Publication ' s Board; Wave; Gamma Delta; Radio Workshop. JOHN P. HAMMOND PHIL HARRIS WERMUND E. S. HANSON PHILIP HARSHAM Ah I know ' d it, sistas! jff » fffl Syi iA o cA. SHIRA K. HARTLEY, JR. HANK HATTY EMILE C. HATTIER DENNIS JOHN HAYES. JR. • SHIRA KANAR HARTLEY, JR., Arts and Sciences; Hazlchurst, Mississippi; Pi Kappa Alpha, • EMILE C. HATTIER, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • HANK HATTY, Arts and Sciences; Lafitte, Louisiana. • DENNIS JOHN HAYES, JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineers. ABOVE • MAGRUDER GOLDMAN HAYS, Engineering; Waterproof, Louisiana; Alpha Thcta Omicron; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • MANUEL A. HEAD, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American In- stitute Electrical Engineers. • JOAN V. HEANEY, Business Administration; Alpha Omicron Pi. • ROBERT FRANKLIN HEMPERLEY, Arts and Sciences; Shreveport, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • ELIZABETH SUE HENDER- SON, Newcomb; Hattiesburg, Mississippi. • LAWRENCE HENNESSEY, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Publications Board. • JULIAN N. HENRIQUES, Arts and Sciences; Pensacola, Florida; Zeta Beta Tau; JAMBALAYA; " Hullabaloo " . • DOC HERRMANN, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi. • STANFORD P. HERRON. Arts and Sciences; Stamford, Connecticut; Band; Student Affiliates of American Chemical Society. • MARGARET ANNE HEYER, Newcomb; Chattanooga, Tennessee; Chi Omega. • JOHN V. HIDALGO, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • ROGER T. HELDENBRAND, Business Administration; Brooldyn, New York. BELOW MAGRUDER G. HAYES JULIAN N. HENRIQUES MANUEL A. HEAD JOAN V. HEANEY DOC HERRMANN STANFORD P. HERRON ROBERT F. HEMPERLEY MARGARET ANNE HEYER ELIZABETH S. HENDERSON LAWRENCE HENNESSEY, JR. JOHN V. HIDALGO ROGER T. HELDENBRAND JAMES WAYNE HILL BARBARA JO HOLMES WILLIAM EUGENE HILLER ANDRES H. HORCASITAS EDWIN J. HIMEL JAMES W. HOLMES EDWARD JOSEPH HODGE BARBARA E. HOWELL JULIUS W. HOHENSTEIN ROBERT LEE HUBER PIERRE E. HOLLOWAY LELAND R. HUGHLEH ABOVE BELOW • JAMES WAYNE HILL, Business Administration; Indianola, Mississippi. • WILLIAM EUGENE HILLER, Arts and Sciences; Dallas, Texas; Phi Kappa Sigma. EDWIN J. HIMEL. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • EDWARD JOSEPH HODGE, Business Administration; Irvington, New Jersey; Alpha Tau Omega. • JULIUS W. HOHENSTEIN, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Chi. • PIERRE E. HOLLOWAY, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineer ' s Technological Atelier. • BARBARA JO HOLMES, Newcomb; Gulfport. Mississippi. • JAMES W. HOLMES. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Deutches Verein. • ANDRES H. HORCASITAS, JR.. Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Newman Club. • BARBARA E. HOWELL, Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana; Camera Club. • ROBERT LEE HUBER, Arts and Sciences; Aurora, Illinois; President Sophomore Class 1947; American Veterans Committee. • LELAND R. HUGHLETT. Arts and Sciences; Tampa, Florida; Alpha Tau Omega. • NORWOOD F. HYMEL. Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. • P. CHOBY IMPASTATO, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; PI Kappa Alpha, Newman Club. • MARJORIE ISAACSON, Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Radio Club; University Theatre. • SHIRLEY ISKIWITCH, Newcomb; Memphis. Tennessee; Dance Club. NORWOOD F. HYMEL MARJORIE ISAACSON P. CHOBY IMPASTATO SHIRLEY ISKIWITCH Atomic Architects l P JOHN B. JAMESON, JR. DOROTHY JEAN JENNINGS SHEPARD GIRAULT JANE PAUL E. T. JENSEN • JOHN B. JAMESON. JR.. Medicine; Camden, Arkansas; Phi Kappa Sigma; Nu Sigma Nu; Phi Beta Kappa. • SHEPARD GIRAULT JANE, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; Canterbury Club; Pan-Hellenic Council. • DOROTHY JEAN JENNINGS, Newcomb; Lubbock. Texas; Delta Zeta. • PAUL E. T. JENSEN. Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Baptist Student Union. ABOVE • BONNIE EUGENE JOHNSON, Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsllon; American Institute Electrical EnglneGrlng. • TRACEY CARLISLE JOHNSON, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • ANNA FRANCES JONES. Newcomb; Dyersburg. Tennessee; Zeta Tau Alpha; La Ter+ulia. • MARY ELAINE JONES, Newcomb; Nashville, Tennessee; Chi Omega; Treasurer of Senior Class, Corresponding Secretary of the Student Body. 1948; Beta Beta Beta; Who ' s Who; Dormitory Council. • RICHARD G. JONES, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; President Engineering Class 1745; JAMBALAYA. • SARGENT F. JONES. II, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Physics Club. • PEGGY JORDAN, Newcomb; Chattanooga. Tennessee; Kappa Alpha Theta; French Club; Greenbackers. • NICOLAS E. JOYNER, JR., Business Administration; Minden, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega. • ALLEN JUMEL, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha. • LOUIS WALTER JUMONVILLE. JR.. Arts and Sciences; Napoleon- ville, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • MELVIN KAHN, Arts and Sciences. Brooklyn. New York; Hillel Foundation. • ROYCE P. KAUPP, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. BELOW BONNIE EUGENE JOHNSON TRACEY CARLISLE JOHNSON ANNA FRANCES JONES MARY ELAINE JONES RICHARD G. JONES PEGGY JORDAN NICOLAS E. JOYNER, JR. ALLEN JUMEL LOUIS W. JUMONVILLE. JR. MELVIN KAHN SARGENT F. JONES. I ROYCE P. KAUPP WILLIAM J. KELLER, JR. JEAN L. KINCANNON WINIFRED M. KELLY R. RICHARDSON KINS JAMES J. KENNEDY DAN KIRSCHENHEUTER, JR. JANEY KERLIN MARION PATRICIA KISBER HANSEL OLIVER KINCAID STANLEY C. KOTTEMAN LEROY H. KING V. LECLERE KRENTEL ABOVE WILLIAM J. KELLER, JR.. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Pan-Hellenic Council; Green- backers; Physics Club. • WINIFRED M. KELLY. Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Pan-Hellenic Council; Newman Club. • JAMES J. KENNEDY, Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana. • JANEY KERLIN. Newcomb; Shreveporf, Louisiana; Chi Omega; Sociology Club. • HANSEL OLIVER KINCAID. Business Admin- istration; Jacksonville, Florida; Baptist Student Union. • JEAN L. KINCANNON. Business Administration; Lake Charles. Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. • LEROY H. KING, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. • R. RICHARDSON KINS, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; A.R.O.T.C; Beta Theta PI; Scabbard Blade. • DAN KIRSCHENHEUTER, JR.. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Vice- President Freshman Law, ' 48; Football letter. 1943; Honor Board. 48-49. • MARION PATRICIA KISBER, Newcomb; Jackson. Tennessee; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Operetta; Dormitory Council. • STANLEY C. KOTTEMAN, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi. President Sophomore Class, ' 47. • J. V. LECLERE KRENTEL. Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Newman Club. B E L O W SEGUNDO LYNCKER LABAYEN. JR.. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • DON LAGARDE. JR., Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi; Junior Class Vice-Presi- dent. ■47- ' 48; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Engineer ' s Technological Atelier; Newman Club; Pan-Hellenic Council. • BETTY JACKSON LAMAR. Newcomb; Birmingham, Alabama; Alpha Omicron PI. • E. N. LAMBREMONT, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Telta; Alpha Phi Sigma; Festival Choir; Pan-Hellenic Council; T.U.S.K. SEGUNDO L. LABAYEN. JR. BEHY JACKSON LAMAR DON LASARDE, JR. E. N. LAMBREMONT Stick with me, Babe Byi i4 (yc6. ALTON ALPHONSE LANDRY JOSEPH C, LANDWEHR KENNETH CHARLES LANDRY BERTHA DIANA LANGER • ALTON ALPHONSE LANDRY, Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Chi Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Who ' s Who; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineer ' s Technological Atelier; Newman Club. • KENNETH CHARLES LANDRY. Engineering; Baton Rouge. Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; Gargoyle; A. I. A.; Phi Eta Sigma; Tulane Architectural Society; Newman Club. • JOSEPH CLARKSON LANDWEHR, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Chi Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineer ' s Technological Atelier. • BERTHA DIANA LANGER, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Hillel Foundation. • LEOPOLD MARSHALL LAPOUTSE, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • JOHN FURNISS LAUR. Arts and Sciences; Fairfield, Connecticut; Band. • WILLIAM O. LAVIN. Business Administration; Hutchinson, Minnesota; Junior Class Pressident ' 48. • J. HOLLIS LAWRENCE, Business Administration; Mansfield, Georgia. • CHARLES H. LAY. Arts and Sciences; Del Rio. Texas. • MARC LAZARO. JR.. Business Administra- tion; New Orleans, Louisiana; T. Club. • WILLIAM J. LEAHEY, Arts and Sciences; Renss, New York. • CLYDE J. H. LE BLANC. Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana: Sigma Alpha Epsilon; American Society Civil Engineers. • DONALD EARL LE BRUM. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • LOTTIE LOUISE LEE. Newcomb; Tallulah, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; Canterbury Club; Greenbackcrs; Theatre. • JOHN DUBOSE LELONG, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • HENRY F. LE MIEUX, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Secretary Senior Class. American Society Civil Engineers; Engineer ' s Technological Atelier; Tau Beta Pi. ABOVE BELOW LEOPOLD M. LAPOUTGE WILLIAM J. LEAHEY JOHN FURNISS LAUR CLYDE J. H. LE BLANC WILLIAM O. LAVIN DONALD EARL LE BRUM J. HOLLIS LAWRENCE LOTTIE LOUISE LEE CHARLES H. LAY MARC LAZARO, JR. JOHN DUBOSE LELONG HENRY F. LE MIEUX ! r n ,ryj« " I : " i MARIE LOUISE LEVY RALPH H. LOEWENTHAL WINSTON CARRINGTON LILL JOHN BYRON LOGAN IRVING A. LIND6ERG, JR. CRAWFORD W. LONG AUTRY PAUL LINDSEY WILLIAM C. LONG JOHN G. ROBERT A. LIPPS. JR. LONGMIRE NANCY LOCKWOOD MARGARET LYONS ABOVE • " " ARIE LOUISE LEVY. Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • WINSTON CARRINGTON LILL. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • IRVING AUGUSTUS LINDBERG. JR., Engi- neering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineering. • AUTRY PAUL LINDSEY, Business Administration; Jackson, Mississippi. • JOHN G. LIPPS, JR.. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Chi Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineering. • NANCY LOCKWOOD, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louis- iana; Alpha Delta Pi; Art Club. • RALPH H. LOEWENTHAL. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Army R.O.T.C. • JOHN BYRON LOGAN, Arts and Sciences; Lafayette, Louisiana. • CRAWFORD WILLIAM- SON LONG, Arts and Sciences; Jacksonville, Florida; Pi Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM C. LONG, Law; Thibodaux, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Band; JAMBALAYA; " Hullabaloo " ; Canterbury Club; Greenbackers; International Relations Club. • ROBERT A. LONGMIRE. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Omicron Delta Kappa; Tau Beta Pi; Who ' s Who; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Engineer ' s Technological Atelier; Techi-Torque; Newman Club; Math Club; Student Affiliates of American Chemical Society. • MARGARET LYONS, Newcomb; Jackson, Mississippi; Pi Beta Phi. BELOW • ANNE McASKILL, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Westminster Fellowship; T.U.S.K. • ROBERT W. McCANN. Business Administration; Shreveport, Louisiana. • PATRICK E. WcCAULEY, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Theta Nu; " Hullabaloo. " • LAURA McCLANAHAN, Newcomb; Columbus, Mississippi; Phi Mu; Y.W.C.A.; Baptist Student Union; English Club. ANNE McASKILL PATRICK E. McCAULEY ROBERT W. McCANN LAURA McCLANAHAN IK H 1 tym. ■ ' ' T 1- " .■ ' ' wHL a 4 Rn - i m. ' i E « s| K .4MiiHL ' B H - ' Wr ' i 0 ill li m 8yi iyU(ycA CHARLENE W. McCORKLE JAMES WATT McCRARY. JR. LEMUEL W. McCOY MARIAN McCUTCHON • CHARLENE WOOD McCORKLE. Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Pan-Hellenic Council; Canterbury Club; Young Republican; College Branch of League of Women ' s Voters. • LEMUEL W. McCOY, Engineering; Rayville, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Engineer ' s Technological Atelier; Tulane Architectural So- ciety; A.I.A. • JAMES WATT McCRARY, JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Chi Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. • MARIAN McCUTCHON, Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi. • STANLEY McDERMOTT. JR.. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Class Manager; Law Freshman; Baseball. • JEROLD S. MclNTOSH, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Kappa Delta Phi; Westminster Fellowship; Intramural Council; Pan-Hellenic Council; Sreenbackers. • WALTER W. McKERNAN. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Newman Club; Radio Club; Math Club. • LLOYD A. Mclaughlin, jr.. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Vice-President Junior Class, 48; Alpha Phi Omega; Newman Club; T.U.SK. • NORMAN W. McLEOD, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • FRANK V. McMILLEN. II, Engineering; Columbia, Tennessee; Phi Kappa Sigma; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • VIRGINIA MARY MACAGNONI. Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Glee Club; Art Club; Newman Club. • DEAN MAGNES5. Newcomb; McMinnville, Tennessee; Kappa Alpha Thcta. • CHRIS- TINE MAGRUDER, Newcomb; Jackson. Mississippi; Chi Omega. • JOHN L. MAHONY, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • MONA A. MAILHES, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Newman Club. • JEROME S. MALINER, Arts and Sciences; Brooklyn, New York; Glee Club; Hillel. ABOVE BELOW STANLEY McDERMOTT, JR. VIRGINIA M. MACAGNONI JEROLD S. MclNTOSH DEAN MAGNESS WALTER W.: McKERNAN CHRISTINE MAGRUDER LLOYD A. Mclaughlin, JOHN L, MAHONY NORMAN W. McLEOD MONA A. MAILHES FRANK V. McMILLEN, II JEROME S. MALINER MAC CAMPBELL MALLARY BETTY MARIE MARTINEZ ALBERT L. MANGIN, JR. LILLIAN C. MAS5ININI FORTUNE V. MANNING CARL W. MATHEWS. JR. ROBERT G. MARCHELOS JOE MATTINA JOHN A. MAR9UE SAM MAniNA BENJAMIN B. MARTIN, JR. WILLIAM ROBERT MATTOX ABOVE MAC CAMPBELL MALLARY. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Band. • ALBERT L. MANGIN, JR.. Business Administration; Biloxi, Mississippi. • FORTUNE V. MANNINO, Arts and Sciences; Mississippi City, Mississippi; Band; Psychology Club. • ROBERT GEORGE MARCHELOS, Business Administration; Army R.O.T.C; Pensacola, Florida; Delta Sigma Phi. • JOHN A. MAR(?UE, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • BENJAMIN BERNARD WARTIN, JR., Business Admin- istration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • BETTY MARIE MARTINEZ, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • LILLIAN C. MASSININI, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; T.U.S.K. • CARL W. MATHEWS, JR., Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • JOE MATTINA, Arts and Sciences; Tampa, Florida. • SAM MAT- TINA, Business Administration; Tampa, Florida; Pi Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM ROBERT MATTOX, Business Admin- istration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega. p c I Q W • RICHARD F. MAXWELL, JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. • CHARLES A. MAY, JR., Arts and Sciences; Natchez, Mississippi. • JOHN E. MEEKS, Engineering; Savannah, Georgia; Phi Kappa Sigma; American Society Civil Engineers; Engineer ' s Technological Atelier. • JOSEPH T. MICELI, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Unit Manager Senior Class; Newman Club. RICHARD F. MAXWELL, JR. CHARLES A. MAY, JR. JOHN E. MEEKS JOSEPH T. MICELI Eyi u ytA DONALD J. MIESTER JACOB CLEMENT MINOR MAX EMERY MILLER MAX M. MINTER • DONALD J. MIESTER, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Campus Night; Radio Work- shop; University Theatre. • MAX EMERY MILLER, Business Administration; Mobile, Alabama; Delta Sigma Phi. • JACOB CLEMENT MINOR, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Newman Club. • MAX M. MINTER, Business Administration; Galveston, Texas; Pi Kappa Alpha. • BARBARA J. MITCHELL, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • STEPHEN G. MOCKLIN. Busi- ness Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Gamma Sigma. • JERRY MODENBACH, Business Administra- tion; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Secretary-Treasurer of Business Administration. • MAURICE B. MOLLO, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • PHILIP RUSSELL MONTGOMERY. Business Admin- istration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma. • NORMAN W. MOORE. Business Administration; Marion, Arkansas. • LLOYD E. MOPPERT. Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi. • JESSE O. MORGAN, JR., Engineering; Crowley, Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; Gargoyle; President Tulane Architectural Society; Engineer ' s Technological Atelier; A. I. A. • EDWARD RENE MORPHY, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Civil Engineers. • JACK L. MORRISON, Arts and Sciences; PI Kappa Alpha; New Orleans, Louisiana. • MILTON K. MORRISON, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • SALVATORE CHARLES MOSCHELLA, Engineering; Elmhurst, New York; Tulane Architectural Society; Gargoyle. ABOVE BELOW BARBARA J. MITCHELL STEPHEN S. MOCKLIN JERRY MODENBACH MAURICE B. MOLLO PHILIP R. MONTGOMERY NORMAN W. MOORE LLOYD E. MOPPERT JESSE O. MORGAN, JR. EDWARD RENE MORPHY JACK L. MORRISON MILTON K. MORRISON SALVATORE C. MOSCHELLA KATHERINE CAMILLE MOSS BETTY NAIRNE MARY LOUISE MOSSY MARY B. NETTLETON RAYMOND ALFORD MULLEN HAROLD D. NEUBERGER HAZEL A. MULLER ELIZABETH L. NICHOLSON ROBERT D. MUNCH GLORIA M. NIXON CHARLES ROY MURPHY PAUL SHANER NOBLE ABOVE • CATHERINE CAMILLE MOSS, Ncwcomb; Lake Charles, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Dormitory Council; La Tertulia; Canterbury Club. • MARY LOUISE MOSSY, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta. • RAYMOND ALFORD MULLEN, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana. • HAZEL A. MULLER, Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Secretary Junior Class ' 48; President Senior Class; Who ' s Who; Campus Night; Honor Board; Student Council; Student-Faculty Relations Committee. • ROBERT D. MUNCH, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Secretary Freshman Class ' 46. • CHARLES ROY MURPHY, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Sigma Pi; Scabbard i Blade; Army R.O.T.C. • BETTY NAIRNE, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; Newman Club. • MARY BLAKESLEE NETTLETON, Newcomb; Covington. Virginia; Chi Omega. • HAROLD R. NEUBURGER, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • ELIZABETH LEE NICHOLSON, Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; Pan-Hellenic Council. • GLORIA M NIXON. Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta. • PAUL SHANER NOBLE. Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; Vice-President Freshman Engineers ' 45; President Sophomore Class ' 46; American Society Mechanical Engineers. BELOW • EDWIN A. NOLEN, Business Administration; Jackson. Mississippi; Sigma Pi. • JOYCE R. NORMAN, New- comb; Houma, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha Theta; Dormitory Council. • CHRISTEL M. NUNGESSER, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; Secretary Senior Class; Pan-Hellenic Council. • EMILE " MOE " O ' BRIEN, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. EDWIN A. NOLEN JOYCE R. NORMAN CHRISTEL M. NUNGESSER EMILE " MOE " O ' BRIEN M l SyiAA ytA. PATTY O ' BRIEN PATRICK A. O ' DONNELL MINNIE OCHSNER SUY RICHARD OLIVIER • PATTY O ' BRIEN, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi; President Student Body, ' 48; Art Club. • MINNIE OCHSNER, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • PATRICK ALFRED O ' DONNELL, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • GUY RICHARD OLIVIER, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; President American Society Mechanical Engineers; Secretary- Treasurer Junior Class, ' 48; Secretary-Treasurer Engineering; Student Body; Omicron Delta Kappa; Tau Beta Pi; Who ' s Who; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Engineer ' s Technological Atelier; Newman Club. • ANDREW ORESTANO, Arts and Sciences; Tampa, Florida. • E. RONALD ORFILA, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Canterbury Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; Laqniappes. • RICHARD L. ORR, Business Administration; Laurens, Iowa. • ANTHONY ORTEGA, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Phi Omega; Glendy Burke; Speaker; JAMBALAYA. • ROBERT CLYDE OVERALL, Engineering; Trenton, Tennessee; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Vice-President Senior Class; American Society Civil Engineers; Engineer ' s Technological Atelier. • CHARLES ERNEST OWENS, Arts and Sciences; Pensacola, Florida; Beta Theta Pi; Alpha Chi Sigma. • SAM F. PARKER. JR., Business Administration; Foley, Alabama; Army R.O.T.C; Pi Kappa Alpha; President Sophomore Class, ' 47; Baptist Student Union. • NOEL E. PARMENTEL, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Who ' s Who; JAMBALAYA; Publications Board; Intramural Council; Forum; International Relations Club; Pi Sigma Alpha. • ROBERT LEE PARSONS, Arts and Sciences; Malta Bend, Missouri; Sigma Nu; Alpha Phi Omega; President Greenbackers; Lagniappes; Track. • BERNARD PAXTON, Arts and Sciences; Birmingham, Alabama; Alpha Phi Omega; Newman Club. • GEORGE E. PEARCE, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American Institute Electrical Engineering. • ADAIR LYON PEDRICK, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. ABOVE BELOW ANDREW ORESTANO SAM F. PARKER, JR. E. RONALD ORFILA NOEL E. PARMENTEL. JR. RICHARD L. ORR ROBERT LEE PARSONS ANTHONY ORTEGA, JR. BERNARD PAXTON ROBERT CLYDE OVERALL GEORGE E. PEARCE CHARLES ERNEST OWENS ADAIR LYON PEDRICK " P«n BT »r JACQUES H. PESSIN DON E. PFEFFERLE CHARLES PICpUE, JR. WILLIAM LEE POE. JR. WILLIAM J. PHELAN MARK MAURICE PORTER ROBERT A. PHILIBERT DANIEL B. POWELL, JR. BENJAMIN M. PHILLIPS WILLIAM T. POWER, II CLAY J. PINNER RAYMOND JOHN PUJOL ABOVE JACQUES H. PESSIN. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Math Club. • DON E. PFEFFERLE. Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Engineer ' s Technological Atelier; Tulane Architectural Society; Newman Club; A. I. A. • WILLIAM J. PHELAN, Business Administration; Emmetsburg, Iowa. • ROBERT A. PHILIBERT, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana. • BENJAMIN M. PHILLIPS, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • CLAY J. PINNER, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society t echanlcal Engineers; Math Club. • CHARLES PIQUE, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • WILLIAM LEE POE, JR.. Arts and Sciences; Birmingham, Alabama; Phi Delta Theta; Alpha Chi Sigma. • MARK MAURICE PORTER, Arts and Sciences; Meridian, Mississippi; Army R.O.T.C. • DANIEL B. POWELL, JR., Arts and Sciences; Harahan, Louisiana; Baptist Student Union. • WILLIAM THOMAS POWER, II, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsllon; Kappa Delta Phi; Who ' s Who; Campus Night; Lagniappes; T.U.S.K. • RAYMOND JOHN PUJOL, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. B E L O W ■ ' - QHINLIVAN, JR., Business Administration; Hammond. Louisiana. • CHARLES L. RALLS, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • DOROTHY K. RAPPEPORT. Newcomb; Fort Smith, Arkansas. • MYRON H. RAPPEPORT, Business Administration; Fort Smith. Arkansas. JAMES S. QHINLIVAN. JR. DOROTHY K. RAPPEPORT CHARLES L. RALLS MYRON H.. RAPPEPORT Le MIeux is listening for a change Eyi iA ytA. GLORIA ANN RATCHFORD JOHN HENRY RIFE, III JOHN FORD REILLEY HAROLD L. RISSS • GLORIA ANN RATCHFORD, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana: Pi Befa Phi: Glee Club; Operetta; La Ter- tulia. • JOHN FORD REILLEY, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma. • JOHN HENRY RIFE III, Business Administration; McComb, Mississippi; Delta Sigma Phi. • HAROLD L. RIGGS, Busi- ness Administration: Port Arthur, Texas. • GERALD E. ROACH, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Who ' s Who; University Student Council. • WILLIAM F. ROBERTS. Arts and Sciences; Birmingham, Michigan; Alpha Tau Omega. • GERALD J. ROB- INSON, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • DAVID R. RODRIGUE. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha. • DONALD L. ROSE, Arts and Sciences; La Cygne, Kansas. • EDMUND C. ROSE. JR., Arts and Sciences; New Iberia, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; Greenbackers; Lagniappes. • ALYCE KAHN ROSENBERG, Newcomb; Greenwood, South Carolina; Alpha Epsilon Phi. • EDWIN ROBERT ROSEN- BAHM, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Gamma Delta. • SAMUEL J. ROSS, Engineering; Girard, Ohio; American Society Mechanical Engineers; E.T.A.; Band; Newman Club. • CHARLES P. ROTH, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • FREDERICK D. RUBINS, Business Administration. New Orleans, Louisiana. ABOVE BELOW GERALD E. ROACH WILLIAM F. ROBERTS GERALD J. ROBINSON DAVID R. RODRIGUE DONALD L. ROSE EDMUND C. ROSE, JR. ALYCE KAHN ROSENBERG EDWIN R. ROSENBAHM SAMUEL J ROSS CHARLES P. ROTH, JR. FREDERICK D. RUBINS DAVID H. SCHAEFER THOMAS J. SANDRIDSE. JR. DAVIS H. RUST EUGENE JAMES RUTTER CHARLES R. SANS HAYWARD R. SANTA CRUZ OSDEN N. SAIK ELAINE MARIE SARRE BILL P. SAMMONS ANTHONY SAVOCA SAMUEL SANDERS. Ill ROBERT F. SCHAFF ABOVE BELOW • DAVID H. SCHAEFER, Arts and Sciences; New York, New York. • DAVIS H. RUST, Engineering; Monroe, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • EUGENE JAMES RUTTER, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Newman Club. • OGDEN N. SAIK, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • BILL P. SAMMONS, Arts and Sciences; El Dorado, Arkansas; Nu Sigma Nu; Medical School Honor Board. • SAMUEL SANDERS III, Ar+s and Sciences; Haver- town, Pennsylvania; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • THOMAS JEFFERSON SANDRIDGE.JR., Arts and Sciences; Monroe, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta. • CHARLES R. SANG, Business Administration; Kansas, Missouri; Baptist Student Union. • HAYWARD ROBERT SANTA CRUZ, Arts and Sciences; Biloiri, Mississippi; Gamma Epsilon Omega. • ELAINE MARIE SARRE, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Pi Beta Phi, President. • ANTHONY SAVOCA, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega; Newman Club. • ROBERT F. SCHAFF, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • THEODORE SCHENK, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • DONALD ROY SCHERER, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Band; Gamma Epsilon Omega. • L. T. SCHERER, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Band. JAMES D. SCHNEIDER, Arts and Sciences; Monroe, Louisiana; Scabbard and Blade; International Relations Club. President; Glendy Burke. THEODORE SCHENK L. T. SCHERER, JR. DONALD ROY SCHERER JAMES D. SCHNEIDER Kampus Kernival ' m «3J -. mm ■g ' SMtl m Y: ' a 1 SyiAAO ' cA JAMES SCHNIDER N. J. SCHREIBER. JR. GEORGE C. SCHROEDER, JR. JOYCE BEHY SCHROEDER • JAMES SCHNIDER, Arts and Sciences; Monroe, Louisiana; Kappa Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; IRC, Presi- dent; Glendy Burke. • GEORGE C. SCHROEDER, JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers; Band. • NICHOLAS J. SCHREIBER, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisi- ana; Gamma Epsilon Omega. • JOYCE BETTY SCHROEDER, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. • GAYLE MARIE SCHWARZENBACH, Newcomb: New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta 2eta. • PHILIP J. SCIOR- TINO, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Gamma Epsilon Omega. • GEORGE KENDALL SHAW. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Alpha Chi Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Student Affiliate of American Chemical Society. • JUNE SHERROUSE, Newcomb; Monroe, Louisi- ana; Chi Omega; Dormitory Council; Student Government Association; History Club. • CHANDLER B. SHERWOOD, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Pan Hellenic Council. • LOUIS THERIOT SHI ELL, Business Administration; Mandeville, Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; Scabbard and Blade; A.R.O.T.C. • EDGAR EARLE SIMMONS, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • GORDON SINCLAIR, Arts and Sciences; Chicago, Illinois; A.R.O.T.C; Glee Club; Westminster Fellowship; Psychology Club. • DAVID E. SLAGLE, Business Administration; Poland, Ohio. • PHIL SLIPAKOFF, Business AdmlnTsTra- tion; New Orleans, Louisiana; Band; JAMBALAYA; Radio Club; Forum; International Relations Club; Radio Work- shop; University Theatre; T.U.S.K. • GEORGE WILSON SMALL, Arts and Sciences; A.R.O.T.C; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • CATCHINGS BAIRD SMITH, Business Administration; Greenwood, Mississippi; Sigma Chi. ABOVE BELOW GALE SCHWARZENBACH EDGAR EARLE SIMMONS PHILIP J. SCIORTINO GORDON SINCLAIR GEORGE KENDALL SHAW DAVID E. SLAGLE JUNE SHERROUSE PHIL SLIPAKOFF CHANDLER B. SHERWOOD GEORGE WILSON SMALL LOUIS THERIOT SHIELL CATCHINGS BAIRD SMITH y iWT " PETER C. SMITH GEORGE ROY SPEAR PRIM B. SMITH. JR. JOYCE STABA ROBERT K. SMITH JOHN E. STAFFORD THEODORE G. SMITH FRANK R. STAINTON JOAN ROSALYN SOLOMON BERYL EDITH STALL LEAN C. SOULE GLORIA ANN STEWART ABOVE PETER C. SMITH. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Pre Medical Society; Green- backers. • PRIM B. SMITH, JR., Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Tau Omega. • ROB- ERT K. SMITH, Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; American Society Civil Engineers. • THEODORE G. SMITH, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta; Alptii Phi Omega; Glee Club. • JOAN ROSALYN SOLOMON, Newcomb; Las Vegas. New Mexico; Alpha Epsilon Phi; French Club; Greenbackers. • LEAN C, SOULE, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Sigma Pi. • GEORGE ROY SPEAR, Arts and Sciences; Childress. Texas. • JOYCE STABA, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; Pan Hellenic; Canterbury Club. • JOHN E. STAFFORD, Arts and Sciences; Franklinton, Louisiana; Phi Kappa Sigma; Nu Sigma Nu. • FRANK R. STAINTON, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Theta Nu. • BERYL EDITH STALL. Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Festival Choir; Y.W;C.A.; Math Club; Student Affiliate of American Chemical Society. • GLORIA ANN STEWART, Newcomb; New Orleans. Louisiana; Alpha Delta Pi; Beta Beta ' Beta; JAMBALAYA; Newman Club; Deutchcs Verein; Math Club; Student Affiliate of American Chemical Society. BELOW • ROY STEWART, Business Administration; New Orleans. Louisiana. • FRANCES GAYLE STOCKER. Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Chi Omega; Pan Hellenic Council. • CHARLES GRESS STOKES, JR., Business Admin- istration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • E. T. STONECIPHER, Arts and Sciences; La Crosse, Indiana. ROY STEWART CHARLES G. STOKES. JR. FRANCES GAYLE STOCKER E. T. STONECIPHER The Joy of Winning Eyi i4 y ' cA NORMA 5TRATZ JOEL BETH SUHREN BENJAMIN R, STRONG WALTER J. SUTHON • NORMA STRAT2, Ncwcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Sigma Omicron: President, Music School; A Cap- pella Clioir; Glee Club; Operetta; Honor Board; Student Government Association; Grcenbackers. • BENJAMIN R. STRONG, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Tlieta Pi; President, Physics Club. • JOEL BETH SUHREN, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi. • WALTER J. SUTHON. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; Secretary-Treasurer, Arts and Sciences Student Body, " 48. • JOAN E. SVENDSON, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Gamma Sigma. • MARTHA ANNE TAYLOR, Newcomb; Durham, North Carolina; Kappa Alpha Theta; Pan Hellenic. • MACY ORVILLE TEETOR, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • MAURICE A. THERIOT. JR., Business Admin- istration; New Orleans. Louisiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; JAMBALAYA. • NOLAN A. THERIOT, Arts and Sciences; A.R.O.T.C; New Orleans. Louisiana; Scabbard and Blade. • JACK EDWIN THIELEN, Arts and Sciences; Lake Charles, Louisiana; Phi Delta Theta; Nu Sigma Nu. • WARREN L. THOMAS, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana. • HENRY K. THREEFOOT, Arts and Sciences; Selma, Alabama; Zeta Beta Tau. • BENI B. TOLE- DANO, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; S.A.M. • GROVER J. TRAMMELL, JR., Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Math Club. • REGINALD TROT- TER, JR., Arts and Sciences; Monticello, Arkansas; French Club. • MADELINE MARY TUMINELLO, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana. ABOVE BELOW JOAN E. SVENDSON WARREN L. THOMAS MARTHA ANNE TAYLOR HENRY D. THREEFOOT MACY ORVILLE TEETOR BENI B. TOLEDANO MAURICE A. THERIOT, JR. GROVER J. TRAMMELL, JR. NOLAN A. THERIOT REGINALD TROTTER, JR. JACK EDWIN THIELEN MADELINE M. TUMINELLO rt i " 751 v PEYTON R. TUNSTALL, JR. EMILE T. VACANT, JR. MARIE LOUISE TUREAUD SIDNEY L. VAIL, JR. BEHY GRAMLING TURNER HECTOR VALENCIA CHARLES J. UTHOFF, JR. VIVIAN L. VAN BEVER RALPH JULIAN TURNER ARTHUR N. VICKNAIR LAWRENCE USNER DANIEL H. VLIET ABOVE • PEYTON RANDOLPH TUNSTALL. JR., Arts and Sciences; Mobile, Alabama: Nu Sigma Nu. • MARIE LOUISE TUREAUD, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Zeta; Newman Club. • BETTY GRAMLINS TURNER, Newcomb; Spartanburg. Soutii Carolina; Assets; Kappa Delta Pi; Plii lota Sigma; Honor Board; Phi Beta Kappa. • RALPH JULIAN TURNER, Business Administration; Ruleville, Mississippi; Zeta Beta Tau; Band. • LAWRENCE USNER. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Gamma Epsilon Omega; New- man Club. • CHARLES JOSEPH UTHOFF, JR.. Engineering; New Orleans. Louisiana; American Society Meciian- ical Engineers. • EMILE T. VACANT, JR., Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • SIDNEY L. VAIL, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans. Louisiana; Kappa Sigma. • HECTOR VALENCIA, Engineering; Caracas, Venezuela; Alpha Chi Sigma; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Newman Club. • VIVIAN LUCILLE VAN BEVER. Newcomb; Pineville, Kentucky; Glee Club; Opera; Operetta; Swim Club; President, Baptist Student Union. • ARTHUR N. VICKNAIR, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. • DANIEL H. VLIET, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; President, Senior Class; Tau Beta Pi; American Institute Elecertcial Engineers; E.T.A. BELOW • IRVIN O. VOGT, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • FRANK VON DER HAAR, JR.. Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Tau Delta. • WALTER P. VON HOVEN, JR., Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Sigma Phi; Westminster Fellowship. • ALBERT L. VOSS, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana. IRVIN O. VOGT FRANK VON DER HAAR, JR. WALTER P. VON HOVEN. JR. ALBERT L. VOSS He ' ll do it every time ff ,:i9 ifi ' P rf - ' I Eyutd ycA. WILLIAM M. VOSS THOMAS M. WAKEFIELD F. A. WAGUESPACK, JR. GILBERT HAROLD WALKER • WILLIAM M. VOSS, Business Administration; Little Rock, Arkansas; Sigma Chi. • FRANCIS A. WAGUES- PACK, JR., Arts and Sciences; Vacherie, Louisiana; Newman Club. • THOMAS MURRELL WAKEFIELD. Engi- neering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • GILBERT HAROLD WALKER, Arts and Sciences; Brooklyn, New York; Phi Lambda Kappa. • JOSEPH PAUL WARD, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha. • SWAN WARD. Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Beta Theta Pi. • JOHN S. WARREN, Engineering; Lake Providence, Louisiana; Tulane Architectural Society; American Institute Architecture; E.T.A. • MARY GARRARD WARREN, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Baptist Student Union; Campus Night. • WILLIAM E. WATKINS, Engi- neering; Helena, Arkansas; President, Sigma Chi; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • NELS P. WAT2, Engineering: Plateau, Alabama; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • BILL WEIDNER, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; President, Engineering Student Body; Who ' s Who; American Society Civil Engineers; E.T.A. • BILLY A. WEISFELD, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; American Institute Electrical Engineers. • ELAINE BRESLER WEISS, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana. • S. ARTHUR WEISSMAN, Arts and Sciences; New York, New York; Festival Choir; Glee Club; Opera; Hillel. • MARY ANN WELSH, Newcomb; Shreveport, Louisiana; Alpha Omicron Pi. • BLAKE WEST, Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Kappa Alpha; T.U.S.K. ABOVE BELOW JOSEPH PAUL WARD SWAN WARD BILL WEIDNER BILLY A. WEISFELD JOHN G. WARREN MARY GARRARD WARREN ELAINE BRESLER WEISS S. ARTHUR WEISSMAN WILLIAM E. WATKINS MARY ANN WELSH NELS P. WATZ BLAKE WEST JOE WHARTON JACK WAYNE WILLIAMS C. S. WHITE-SPUNNER, JR. EUGENE CANNON WILSON EDGAR A. WHITEFIELD T. G. WING CORNELIUS GLENN WHITLEY ELAINE WINGATE WILLIAM D. WEIL LOUIS GILLILAND WINGATE J. MORTON WILLIAMS ANDREW M. WOHLERT ABOVE BELOW • JOE WHARTON, Engrncsrinq; Amarillo. Texas. • CHARLES S. WHITE-SPUNNER. JR.. Arts and Sciences; Mobile, Alabama; Alpha Tau Omega. • EDGAR A. WHITEFIELD, Arts and Sciences; Picayune, Mississippi. • CORNELIUS GLENN WHITLEY, Arts and Sciences; Biloxi, Mississippi. • WILLIAM D. WEIL, Business Ad- ministration; New Orleans, Louisiana; A.R.O.T.C.; Pi Kappa Alpha; Dance Orchestra; JAMBALAYA; Intramural Council; Pan Hellenic Council; Scabbard and Blade; L agnlappes; Campus Night; University Theatre. • J. MOR- TON WILLIAMS, Arts and Sciences; Jacksonville, Florida; Alpha Phi Omega; Deutchcs Verein. • JACK WAYNE WILLIAMS, Business Administration; Port Arthur, Texas; Pi Kappa Alpha. • EUGENE CANNON WILSON, En- gineering; Monticello, Mississippi; American Society Mechanical Engineers. • T. G. WING, Arts and Sciences; Shavf, Mississippi; A.R.O.T.C. • ELAINE WINGATE, Newcomb; Beaumont, Texas; Kappa Alpha Theta. • LOUIS GILLILAND WINGATE, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Delta Kappa Epsilon; American Society Mechanical Engineers; E.T.A., President. • ANDREW M. WOHLERT, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Tau Beta Pi; Who ' s Who; American Institute Electrical Engineers; E.T.A.; Radio Club; Math Club. • YVETTE MARIE WOLFE, Newcomb; New Orleans, Louisiana; Phi Mu; A Cappclla Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Newman Club. • LYNN B. WOOTEN, Engineering; New Orleans, Louisiana; Band; Wesley Foundation. • JAMES A. YONGUE, Business Administration; Delta Sigma Phi; Jacksonville, Florida. • JOSEPH EDWARD YOUNS, Business Administration; New Orleans, Louisiana; Newman Club. • GEORGE MIKE ZIEGLER, JR., Arts and Sciences; New Orleans, Louisiana; Baptist Student Union; Student Affiliate of American Chemical Society, YVEHE MARIE WOLFE LYNN B. WOOTEN JAMES A. YONGUE JOSEPH EDWARD YOUNG GEORGE MIKE ZIEGLER, JR. Give me a little Itiss, willya hon? LIVUEHGflADUATES 298 JEANNE M. ABADIE New Orleans. La. Newcomb Oreades. DOUG ALBRIGHT Carlsbad, New Mexico Arts and Sciences Westminster Fellowship; TUSK. HENRY B. ALSOBROOK, JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Delta Kappa Epsilon. HERBERT S. ROBERT B. ABRAHAM ACOMB, JR. Memphis, Tenn. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Commerce Zeta Beta Tau. Newcomb Vice-President. Sopho- more class; Newman Club. FRANCES LANIER ALEMAN ALLINGHAM New Orleans, La. Lafayette, La. Newcomb Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Kappa Kappa Gamma,- Hullabaloo. Secretary Newcomb Student Body; Assets; Canterbury Club; French Club; Swimming Club; Newcomb Stu- dent Council. MARY BELLE JAMES N. ALSTON ANAGNOS Covington, Tenn. Wichita Falls, Tex. Newcomb Alpha Omicron Pi; JAMBALAYA; YWCA; Wesley Foundation; TUSK. BETTY ANN ADAMS New Orleans, La. Newcomb Beta Beta Beta; ley Foundation. JANE ALUS Port, Arthur. Texas Newcomb Chi Omega; Art Club. ANN CHRISTIAN ANDERSON New Orleans, La. Newcomb KaDpa Kappa Gamma. LUCY ADAMS York. Ala. Pi Beta Phi; Campus Night; Lagniappes, Radio Workshop. WILLIAM B. ALLISON, JR. tvleridian. Miss. Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Sigma. MARION ANDRUS New Orleans. La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club,- TUSK. ADRIEN AITKENS New Orleans. La. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Hullabaloo; La TertuHa. EDWARD S. ALPAUGH New Orleans, La. Commerce Beta Theta PI; Vice- President Sophomore Class. C. JANE ANNIS New Orleans, La. Newcomb Phi Mu. Transfer Student From L.S.U. JUNE ANTLEY Marietta, Ga. Newcomb Chi Omega; Class Sec. ' 49; Glee Club; Bap- tist Student Union. FORREST BAKER New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Hullabaloo. MARILEE ARNAUD New Orleans, Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Newman Club. La. MARY ANN ARNOLD Vlcksburg, Miss, NewComb Beta Sigma Omicron; JAMBALAYA; Univer- sity Theatre. RICHARD W. NEIL DOT CHRIS G. LEONARD N. HUGH R. AUGRAIN AUGUST BAER BAFFES BAGELMAN BAKER New Orleans. La. New York, N. Y. Bay City, Tex. New Orleans, La. Port Arthur. Tex. Wood River. III. Commerce Arts and Sciences Newcomb Arts and Sciences Commerce Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega. AROTC. Greenbackers; Univer- sity Theatre. Sigma Alpha Mu. HAROLD C. BALMER New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Sigma; AROTC. ELIZABETH BARKDULL New Orleans, La. Newcomb Chi Omega; Westmin- ster Fellowship. Mike, Looking Despondent After the Game JR. EDGAR ASHWORTH, Norfolk. Va. Sophomore Pi Kappa Alpha; NROTC; Hullabaloo; Tdffrail Club. ELSA A5PLUNDH Bryn Athyn, Pa. Newcomb Beta Sigma Omicron; A Cappela Choir; Glee Club; Operetta, DEANNE BARKLEY New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alpha Omicron PI. HENDERSON BARKLEY, III New Orleans, La. Architecture Delta Kappa Epsilon; ETA; T. Arch. Soc. TED A. AUCOIN New Orleans, Engineering ASME. GEORGE BARLOW Rosebud, Tex. Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Phi. adk k m UIVDEHGHADUATES 300 WALTER S. BARNES New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Phi. WILLIAM G. BECKHAM, JR. Shreveport, La. Arts and Sciences NROTC. WILLIAM J. BERG New Orleans, La. Engineering T. Arch Soc; AIA. BETTIE RUTH BARRERE Houston, Tex. Newcomb Delta Zeta; La Tertulia; YWCA; Gamma Delta: Math Club; TUSK. HOWARD BELL Hot Springs, Ark. Arts and Sciences Sigma Pi. DONALD J. BERTUCCI Memphis, Tenn. Arts and Sciences Deutches Vereln. ANNA BARTELS New Orleans, La. Commerce Delta Zeta; JAMBA- LAYA; YWCA; West- minster Fellowship. JOHN H. BELL Hobart, Ind. Arts and Sciences PAUL BIENZ Fort Wayne, Ind. Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega. JOHN AUGUST BATT New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta. ANDREW E. BENSON New Orleans, La. Engineering Delta Sigma Phi. GUERLAIN M. BEAUCOUDRAY New Orleans. La. Newcomb Beta Sigma Omicron; Newman Club; French Club. BUCK BENTON New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha. BEVERLY BECKER New Orleans, La. Newcomb YWCA; Math Club; TUSK. FALLON W. BENTZ New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi. MARGARET FOX THOMAS M. BARBARA BINGHAM BIRDWELL, JR. BIZZELL Greenwood, Miss. New Orleans, La. Newcomb Newcomb Engineering Pi Beta Phi; Operetta Chi Omega; Sec. Fresh. NROTC: Alpha Phi Art Club; Dance Club Class 48-49; JAMBA- Omega; Alpha Chi Wesley Foundation. LAYA; Dance Club; Sigma. Wesley Foundation. Frani and Rooney Making A Sale MARILYN BLACKMAN New Orleans, La. Newcomb RUSSELL PAUL BLOCK Kenner, La. Arts and Sciences MARGIE C. BONNER Birmingham. Ala. Newcomb JAMES BLAKE Lake Charles, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SCOTT BLOMELEY Prince Bay, Staten Is- land, N. Y. Arts and Sciences Band; Freshman Foot- ball. CHARLES M. BONURA Fort Lauderdale, Fla Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta. LUCILLE M. BLAKE New Orleans, La, Commerce Phi Mu; Westminster Fellowship. DONALD F. BLYTHE New Orleans, L Engineering Junior Beta Theta Pi; PHILLIP H. BOOKMAN Jersey City, N. J. Arts and Sciences AROTC; Band. The Best We ' ve Had ELDON C. BLANCHER New Orleans. La. Commerce BRANTLE E. BLANKENSHIP Birmingham, Ala. Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Sigma; Pn Med Society. JAMES CLAUD BLEWSTER Magnolia, Ark. Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma; Baptist Student Union; Campus Night. LARRY CURTIS FRANKLIN BODET BOISFONTAINE BOLINGER New Orleans. La New Orleans, La. Niles, Mich. Engineering Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences ASCE. AROTC; Kappa Sigma; Hullabaloo; Campus Night; TUSK. Radio Club. LYDIA ANN ROBERT J. DONALD J. BOSWORTH BOUDREAU BOUSpUET Newcomb Lake Charles, La. Arts and Sciences Zeta Tau Alpha; JAM- Commerce BALAYA,- Dance Club. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Pan Hellenic Council; Greenbackers. Delta Kappa Epsil 0 UIVDEHGRADUATES 302 RENEE MARIE BOUSQUET New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alpha Omicron Pi. MARTHA H. BRINGLE Covington, Tenr. Newcomb Alpha Omicron Pi; Art Club; YWCA; Baptist Student Union. CHARLES W. BOUSTANY Lafayette, La. Arts and Sciences REGINALD BRINKMANN Shreveport. La. Commerce AROTC; Kappa Sigma; Campus Night; TUSK. THOMAS S. BOWMAN Wabash. Ind. Commerce Sigma Chi; Greenback- ers; Lagniappes; Bas- Icetball. DOLORES Y. BRISBI New Orleans, La. Newcomb College Kappa Alpha Theta; Dance Club; Canter- bury Club. PHIL CAROL LYNN CHARLES L, YVONNE M. ROBERT N. HAZEL JOYCE BROU BROWN BROWN, JR. BROWN BRUCE, JR. BRUFF Ocean Springs Miss. Chicago, III. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. San Antonio, Tex. Engineering Newcomb Arts and Sciences Newcomb Engineering Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi; Kappa Alpha; A Cap- Phi Beta Phi; Art Club; Kappa Sigma; ASCE. Beta Sigma Omicron; Swimming Club. pella Choir; Club; Operetta; Glee Pan Newman Club; Surf. Dance Club; Campus Nite; Radio Workshop; Hellenic; Greenbacker. University Theatre. PRENTISS R. BOYT McComb, Miss. Commerce JANET BRIZMAN San Antonio, Tex. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi; JAMBALAYA; TUSK. KARIN BRANDT New Orleans, La. Newcomb Delta Zeta; Gamma Delta. ANN BRODIE New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alpha Omicron Pi; Operetta; Honor Board; Pan Hellenic Council. STANLEY R. BREMERMANN New Orleans, La. Commerce Beta Theta Pi. BARBARA BROGAN La. New Orleans, Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; TUSK. I ' ll Bite Bruce. When? HAROLD BRUMFIELD Hammond, La. Enaineerina T. Arch. Soc. JIMMIE BUGG Tampa, Fla. Arts and Science Pre-Med. Soc. JANE E. BURKENROAD New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi. ROBERT WHITE BRUMFIELD McComb, Miss. Arts and Sciences Delta Kappa Epsilon. DAN BULLINGTON Fort Smith, Ark. Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi. PATRICIA ELLEN BURKENROAD Omaha, Neb. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi; TUSK. LUCIENNE BRUNSCHWIG Providence, R. I. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi. AUBREY F. BURAS. JR. New Orleans. La. Engineering Sec.-Treas. Soph. Class. WADE W. BURNSIDE. JR. Neweliton, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Epsil Wesley Foundaalon. Check fhe Hot Number on the Piano PATRICK BRYER New Orleans, La. Engineering Sigma Pi; NROTC; Taf- frail Club. DIANE E. BURDETT Fla. Jacksonville. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta. GEORGE P. BYWATER New Orleans, La. Engineering Sophomore Engineering Class Sec.-Treas.; NROTC; ASME; New- man Club; Intramural Council; Taffrail Club. JOSEPH W. BUCHANAN, JR. New Orleans, La. Commerce Beta Theta PI. NANCY BURDETT Jacksonville. Fla. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta. HARRY R. CABRAL, JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Greenbackers, 1948. AARON LEVY BUCHSBAUM Savannah, Ga. Commerce Kappa Nu; Hillel Foundation; Int. Zion- ist Fed. of Am. PATRICIA BURKE New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alpha Delta PI. YWCA; Newman Club; Math, Club. LAURA I. CADIEN Natchez, Miss. Newcomb Phi Mu; Baptist Student Union. UIVDEHGHADUATES 304 JOYCE L CALDWELL Little Rock, Ark. Newcomb Kappd Alpha Theta; La Tertulia. JOHN S. CARINHAS. JR. Patterson, La. Arts and Sciences Pi Kappa Alpha. DAVID R. CARROLL Jackson, Miss. Arts and Sciences L. FERRIER CAMBON New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Delta Kappa Epsilon. WILLIAM E. CARLISLE Pensacoia, Fla. Arts and Sciences ELLERY F. CARVER Colo. Springs, Colo. Arts and Sciences Wesley Foundation. CHARLES Y. CAMERON Birmingham, Ala. Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega. SHEILA RUTH CARMEL New Orleans, La. Newcomb Dance Club. LOUISE C. CATE La Ceiba, Honduras. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club. MARIE CAMPAGNA New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi. ROSEMARY V. CARNES New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences Hullabaloo; Campus Night. CAROLYN JEAN CELLI New Orleans. La. Newcomb Beta Sigma Omicron; Dance Club; Newman Club. JOSEPH D. CAMPBELL New Orleans, La. Engineering AROTC. MARY JANE CARR New Orleans, La. Newcomb Delta Zeta; Glee Club; Wesley Foundat ' on. PHILIP J. CENTANNI New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences ELOISE CAPPEL Alexandria. La. Newcomb Chi Omega; Wesley Foundation DOROTHY C. CARRERE New Orleans, La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Newman Club; Swimming Club. JOYCE CERNIGLIA La. New Orleans, Newcomb Glee Club; Newma Club, O ' NEAL CHADWICK Bayou Soula, La. Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi. JACK H. CIRCLE Kiowa, Kas. Arts and Sciences CONSTANCE COHEN Dallas, Tex. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi. Conrdentially!!! DORIS MARY CHARBONNET New Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Kappa Gamma; Newman Club; TUSK. ROBERT E. CLAYTON Amarillo, Tex. Arts and Sciences Wesley Foundation. IRVING M. COHEN Nashville, Tenn. Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau. RUBERT H. CHARBONNET New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta. ANTHONY J. CLESI, JR. New Orleans, La. Delta Tau Delta. JOEL COHN Newark, N. J. Commerce Sigma Alpha Mu. Why fhe Tux. Dabdoub? BARBARA CHERRY Covington, Tenn. Newcomb Alpha Omicron Pi; Greenbackers; Newc. Intramurals. NORMA S. CLESI New Orleans, La. Newcomb Zeta Tau Alpha; La Tertulia; Greenbackers. JULIUS M, COHN New Orleans, La. Commerce Sigma Alpha Mu. GERTRUDE CHITTY Fla. Jacksonv Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Assets; Dormitory Council; La Tertulia. M. F. (HAM) CLINTON Osceola, Ark. Commerce President F r e s h r Class, 48-49. SYLVAN R. COHN Union Springs, Ala. Commerce AROTC. DONALD R. CHURCH New Orleans, La. Commerce Sigma Chi. Arts and Sciences CAROLYN COHEN New Orleans, La. Newcomb KATHLEEN COLEMAN Shreveport, La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; JAMBA- LAYA; Art Club; La Tertulia; Newman Club. UNDERGRADUATES 306 GEORGE B. COLLIER New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma. MARTHA COLTHARP New Albany, Miss. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club; YWCA; Wesley Foundation. CLINTON F. COULON, JR. New Orleans, La. Engineering JAMES B. COLLINS Houston, Tex. Commerce Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MARGARET CONDER Ft. McPherson, Ga. Pi Beta Phi; Junior Class Representative to Honor Bd; Canterbury Club; Greenbackers. KENT H. COURTNEY New Orleans. La. Commerce TUSK. JOHN A. COLLINS New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Tulane Glee Clu Newman Club. JOSEPH A. CONINO New Orleans. La. Commerce Vice-President StudenI Body; Who ' s Who; JAMBALAYA; Newman Club; Glendy Burke; Campus Night; TUSK; Delta Sigma Phi. NANCY COVINGTON Magnolia. Miss. Newcomb Phi Mu; Operetta. LEONARD COLLINS Biloxi, Miss. Engineering C. BAYLESS CONLEY. JR. Orlando, Fla. Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta; Vice- Pres. Junior Class. 48- 49; Intramurals; Green- backers. JOE COX Logansport, Ind. Arts and Sciences Basketball. BOB COLLINS New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences NROTC, Delta Sigma Phi; Taffrail Club. DAVID J. CONROY New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega; Sec. -Sophomore Class 47-48; Pan Hellenic Council. ROBERT H. COX New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Delta Kappa Epsilon. JAMES TED COLSON Drifton, Fla. Arts and Sciences Newcomb WILLIAM E. CORRY New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROBERT L. cox Pine Blulf. Ark. Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Epsilon. And Lil ' Aubrey Has His Eyes Closed MARGARET CRAIG New Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; Westminster Fellowship, WILLIAM R. CULPEPPER New Orleans, La. Engineering NROTC; ASCE; Bap- tist Student Union. JIMMIE DANIELS New Orleans, La. Engineering AROTC; Gamma Delta; ASCE. ROBERT E. CRAIG, III New Orleans. La. Engineering Delta Kappa Epsilon. ANTONIO M. CUNILLERA Dominican Republic. Arts and Sciences ROBERT M. DANOS New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma. HENRY R. CRAWFORD Buras. La. Arts and Sciences Deutches Verein. MORTIMER L CURRAN New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences TUSK; Newman Club,- Tulane Young Republi- can Club. DULANEY DART New Orleans, La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Surf Maga- zine. The Wave Rolls On (The Ramp) BILL ANN CRULL CRUMP Jackson, Miss. Dundee, Miss. Arts and Sciences Newcomb Kappa Sigma; NROTC; Alpha Omicron Pi JAMBALAYA; Campus Night; TUSK. ANNA RUTH ETTA ROSE DAHL D ' ALFONSO Fort Worth, Tex. New Orleans, La. Newcomb Newcomb Kappa Kappa Gamma; Newman Club. Canterbury Club. PAUL VAL J. DASTUGUE DAUTERIVE. JR New Orleans, La. Violet, La. Commerce Engineering NROTC; Delta Sigma Phi; President Sopho- more Class; Chess Club; Taffrail Club; Glee Club; JAMBA- LAYA; Westminster Fel- lowship; Glendy Burke. CARL A. CULICCHIA Donna. Tex. Arts and Sciences FRAN DALTON Forest City, N. C. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi. NORMAN S. DAVIDSON Memphis, Tenn. Commerce Zeta Beta Tau. UNDEHGHADIJATES 308 VIRGINIA DAY Shreveport, La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi. LIVINGSTON De LANCEY New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi. ROBERT L. DILLENKOFFER New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences HELEN C. DEAL New Orleans. La. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Westminster Fellowship. WILLIAM De PASS New Orleans, La. Engineering Delta Kappa Epsilon. M. KELLY DISTEFANO. JR. Roseldnd, La. Arts and Sciences THOMAS N. DEANE New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Clii; Lagniappes; TUSK. MARILYN L. DeWINT New Orleans, La. Newcomb Gamma Delta. TUSK. JANE DOGGETT Nashville, Tenn. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Hullaba- loo; Art Club; Wesley Foundation; Intramu- rals. EULALIE DEBEN New Orleans, La. Newcomb Phi Mu; Art Club; New- man Club. LOUIS E. DIAMOND Houston, Tex. Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega. JACK DO LAND Lake Arthur, La. Arts and Sciences ARTHUR DEEX Berea, Ohio Engineering NROTC; President En- gineering Freshman Class; Taffrail Club. ROBERT J. DICK Tulsa, Okla. Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha. JOAN DONALDSON Little Rock, Ark. Newcomb Chi Omega. JAMBA- LAYA; Wesley Founda- tion; Greenbackers; University Theatre. TERRY LYNN DeJAIVE New Orleans. La. Newcomb MARY JANE DILLARD New Orleans, La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; Baptist Student Union. CLEMENTINE DOSKEY New Orleans, La. Newcomb Beta Sigma Omicron; Festival Choir; New- man Club. It Ain ' t That Bad. Light-Horse Roughing It!!?? ROBERT L. STREUBY L J. WARDY ARCELIO W. H. NORMAN SHIRLEY L. DRAKE DRUMM, JR. DUCOTE DUCREUX DUNCAN DUSSOR Memphis, Tenn. New Orleans, La. Cottonport. La, Chitre, Republic of New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Engineering Arts and Sciences Engineering Panama. Commerce Newcomb Sec.-Treas. Junior Class; NROTC; Kappa Alpha; Commerce Beta Theta Pi. Gamma Delta. AIEE. Greenbackers; Editor of ETC. Newman Ciub. MARQUETTE E. LORRAINE A. CLAUDIA ANN ANDREW W. EARL FRANK J. DUST DUVOISIN DYKE DYKERS, JR. GEORGE, JR. EBEL, JR. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. h (arshall, Tex. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Engineering Commerce Newcomb Engineering Engineering Engineering Kappa Alpha Theta; Kappa Alpha,- Glee Delta Sigma Phi. Alpha Tau Omega; Glee Club; Wesley Club; Operetta. ASME. Foundation: Fr e n c h Club. AGATHA INA LEE MARGARET ANN EUGENE J. HOWARD MYRON EDMONSON EDREHI EDWARDS EHRHART EICHENBAUM EICHLER New Orleans. La. Pensacola, Fla. Oakdale, La. New Orleans, La. Little Rock. Ark. Brooklyn. N. Y. Newcomb Newcomb Newcomb Arts and Sciences Engineering Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi; TUSK. Alpha Epsilon Phi. Chi Omega,- Art Club NROTC. Zeta Beta Tau; AROTC; Pre-Med. Society; Hil Canterbury Club. T. Arch. Soc. lei Foundation; Int Zionist Fed. of Am. UIVDERGHADUATES 310 BETTY EIKEL New Orleans. La. Newcomb A Cappella Choir; Fes- tival Choir. RICHARD P. ELLIS New Orleans, La, Arts and Sciences NROTC; Alpha Tau Onnega. PAUL ESTACHY Arts and Sciences New Orleans, La. E. WARREN EISNER Brooklyn, N. Y. Arts and Sciences Kappa Nu. PHYLLIS EMLINS New Orleans, La. Newcomb Chi Omega; Glee Club; Art Club. EMILE F. EVANS New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Phi. WILLARD R. EISNER New Yorl , N. Y. Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau; AROTC; Pre-Med. See; Hulla- baloo; Deutches Verein; Glee Club. MARGARET ENDRESS Fort Worth, Tex. Newcomb Chi Omega; Westmin- ster Fellowship. PHALLIE EVANS Lake Piovldence, Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; JAMBALAYA; Hullaba- loo; Newman Club; Campus Night; Green- backers; Urchin. La. PERRY J. EKMAN New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau. HARRY L ENGELHARDT New Orleans, La. Engineering AtEE; Baptist Student Union. BILL D. EVANS Sedalia, Mo. Commerce GARY C. ELLIOTT Houston, Tex. Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega, ENSENAT Merida, Yucatan, Newcomb VERNON L. EWING, JR. New Orleans. La. Engineering HOMER G. ELLIS Biloxi, Miss. Arts and Science Kappa Sigma OLIVER ERNST New Orleans. La. Commerce AROTC; Beta Theta Pi, ELAINE FABACHER New Orleans, La. Newcomb The Team On Saturday Night VIRGINIA FAIRFAX New Orleans. La. Newcomb PI Beta Phi; Art Club; Newman Club. JERALD FELDMAN New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Mu. MARY PATRICIA FIN LEY New Orleans, La. Newcomb Delta Zeta; Greenback- ers. HERMAN (Corlcy) FALBAUM New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Wesley Foundation. JEFFREY L. FELL Shreveporf, La. Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Sigma. JOHN S. FISCHER New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega; Physics Club. ELTON E. FALLON New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences JOHN A. FERRIS, JR. Corpus Christi, Tex. Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Sigma; Alpha Alpha Phi Omega; Pre-Med. So- ciety; Band; Newman Ciub. JOHN W. FISCHER Bangor, Pa. Arts and Sciences Pancho Your Date, Daisy Mae THOMAS S. FARMER New Orleans, La. Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JOANY FIELD Detroii ' , Mich. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon JAMBALAYA. MORRIS FISCHER New Orleans, La. JAMES C. FAUST New Orleans, Commerce Delta Kappa Epsilon. La. MARGARET FIELD Lake Charles, La. Newcomb Chi Omega; Athletic Council. LEILA FLOURNOY New Orleans, La. Pi Beta Phi; Canter- bury Club; Intramural Council. HENRI M. FAVROT, JR. New Orleans, La. Engineering Delta Kappa Epsilon; NROTC; ETA; T. Arch. Soc; Taffrail Club. MILTON H. FINGER Youngstown, Ohio. Engineering Delta Sigma Phi. JOHN ROBERT FLOWERS, JR. New Orleans, La. Beta Theta Pi; Glendy Burke. UNDERGRADUATES 312 PEGGY FLOWERS New Orleans, La. Newcomb Wesley Foundation, MARILYN DILL FOLSE New Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Newman Club. MARY ALICE FOURNIER New Orleans, La. Commerce Delta Zeta; Newman Club. PAUL W. FLOYD. JR. Houston. Tex. Arts and Sciences NROTC; Wesley Foun- dation; Taffrail Club. HARRIET RUTH FORCADE New Orleans, La. Newcomb JUDY FOWLER Port Arthur, Tex. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Intramurals. ROBERT M. FLOYD, JR. New Orleans ' , La, Commerce Sec.-Treas, Class, 1948-49. MALCOLM FORSYTH Alexandria, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SUE FRANCIS Hattiesburg, Miss. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Baptist Stu- dent Union. ROBERT T. FLY Houston, Tex. Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta. MARY R. FOSTER New Orleans, La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Canterbury Club. ELEANOR FRANCISCO Lafayette, La. Newcomb Kappa Kappa Gamma; JAMBALAYA: Wesley Foundation. MILDRED MARY FOLEY New Orleans, La. Commerce Delta Zeta: JAMBA- LAYA; YWCA; Newman Club. DIANE FOURNET New Orleans, La. Newcomb Beta Slqma Omicron; Physics Club. NANCY FRANKEL Toronto, Canada. Newcomb BERNARD M. FOLSE Thibodaux, La. Commerce JOHN D. FOURNET New Orleans, La- Arts and Sciences Delta Kappa Epsilon, H. J. FRANKLIN New Orleans. La. Engineering Who Said Violet Didn ' t Drink MARSOT FRANTZEN New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi. Glee Club; Newman Club. NATHALIE GANUCHEAU New Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta. HELEN ANN GARRETT Shreveport, La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi: Club, JEAN FRAZIER Shreveport, La, Newcomb Zeta Tau Alpha; Glee Club; Baptist Student Union, TUSK. ROSITA GARCIA Wilmington, Newcomb Hullabaloo. MARGARET B. GARRETT Shreveport, La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi. LEONARD FUHRER Alexandria, La. Arts and Sciences Kappa Nu; Pan Hel- lenic; Radio Workshop. ISABEL HUNT GARDNER New Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Kappa Gamma; Festival Choir; Oper- etta; Art Club; Dance Club; Oreades, ELIZABETH R. GARRISON New Orleans, La. Newcomb Chi Omega; Westmin- ster Fellowship; Uni- versity Theatre. In The Evening By the Lamp-Lite JOHN H. GALLION New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma, NROTC; Canterbury Club; Taff- rail Club. J. WARREN GARDNER New Orleans, La. Commerce Delta Kappa Epsilon. ROY NEWELL GASTON New Orleans, La. Engineering DAVID ABRAHAM GALO Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Arts and Sciences WILLIAM P. GARDNER New Orleans, La. Engineering Kappa Alpha; NROTC. ALLEN OAKLEY GATTIS El Paso, Tex. Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha. MARGEE GANDOLFO New Orleans, La. Newcomb Chi Omega; Sec. Fresh- man Class 47-48; Pres. Sophomore Class 1948- 49; Newman Club; Greenbackers. DONALD GARREH Westweqo, La. Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Omega. MARVIN M. GAUTIER Pascagoula, Miss. Engineering Kappa Alpha; NROTC; ASCE. UIVDEHGHADUATES 314 CAROLINE GAVIN Serasotd, Fla. Newcomb MARY GEALES GILCHRIST Gilchrist, Ore. Commerce JAMBALAYA; Canter- bury Club. JOHN GLEASON, JR. Arts and Sciences Shaker Heights, Ohio. Hullabaloo; Newman Club; Green backers; Golf Team. WILLIAM L GEARY New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Delta Kappa Epsilon; NROTC; Pres. Freshman Class 1948-49. KENNETH RAY GILLELAND Chickasha, Okla. Arts and Sciences Baptist Student Union; Gamma Epsilon Omi- SHIRLEY GLOSSERMAN Lockhart, Tex. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi. NANCY RENAIR GEHR Alexandria, La. Newcomb CLAUDE G. GILLETTE, JR. Stuttgart, Ark. Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma. WALTRAUT GOEDECKE Hallettsville, Tex. Newcomb Beta Sigma Omicron. LEATRICE J. GERSTENBLITH Brooklyn. N. Y. Newcomb Hillel Foundation; Relations Club. JARED GILMORE Morgan City, La. Arts and Sciences JANE E. (EYES) GOLDMAN St, Petersburg, Fla. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Ptii. La Tertuiia; Int. Relations Club. ESTHER WALTON GILBERT New Orleans, La. Newcomb Phi Mu; Glee Club. GERALDINE A. GINSBURG New Castle, Pa. Newcomb LEONARD A. GOLDSTEIN Beaumont, Tex. Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Mu; Hil- lel Foundation. MARY GILBERT New Orleans, Newcomb Phi Mu; Glee Club. La. MARY FRANCES GIORDANO Newcomb Bogalusa. La. MARILYN GLADYS GOLL New Orleans, La. Newcomb TUSK: Gamma Delta. Hey Babe-e-e-e HERNANDO GOMEZ Bogata, Col., S. A. Arts and Sciences CAROL GRANBERRY New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alpha Omicron Pi; Club. ANN IRENE GREENSLIT New Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Kappa Gamma; Treas. Sophomor Class; .a,i l. w. JULIAN H. GOOD New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau; Glee Club; Operetta. SHIRLEY ANN . GRAU New Orleans, La. Newcomb Int. Relations Club. JOHN EDWARD GRENIER New Orleans, La. Engineering Delta Kappa Epsilon; AlofCE. GLORIA JEAN GOODMAN Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi; Art Club. ROBERT GREEN Wichita, Kas. Arts and Sciences NROTC; Kappa Sigma. MASON GRIFF Waltham, Mass, Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Mu; Hil- lel Foundation; Deut- ches Verein. Life Gets Tedious JOAN GOODMAN New York. N. Y. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi. SHIRLEY E. GREEN Houston, Tex. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi; Hulla- baloo; Art Club,- TUSK. MARY CARROLL GROCE Victoria, Tex. Newcomb Zeta Tau Alpha, ' Glee Club; Canterbury Club. EMILY GOSS Shreveport, La. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Glee Club. ANNE GREENE Birmingham, Ala. Newcomb Alpha Omicron Pi. FLEURETTE GROSS New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club; Gamma Delta. SONNY GOULD Tulsa, Okla. Arts and Sciences PATTY GREENFIELD La. New Orleans, Newcomb Dance Club; Canter- bury Club. VILMA ANN GROSZ New Orleans, Commerce Delta Zeta. !ja ' .-:r«T?T,JJ»«WP ■ UNDERGRADUATES 4a a« JK H|j9% T- lll X j 316 RAYMOND E. GRZELEWSKI New Orleans, La. Commerce JACK GURRY New Orleans, La. Commerce Sigma Alpha Mu. JACK D. HALLARON New Orleans, La, Commerce Newman Club; Head Drum Major. JAIME GUACHALLA Bolivia, S. A. Arts and Sciences JAMES ROY GUYTON, JR. Tupelo, Miss. Arts and Sciences Band: Baptist Student Union; TUSK. TED F. HALLER, JR. New Orleans, La. Commerce Phi Kappa Sigma. WILTON J. GUILLORY New Orleans, La. Arts and Scien ces o. L HAAS, JR. Vacherie. La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Pi. ALVIN K. HALPERN New Orleans, La. Commerce Sigma Alpha Mu. NELL E. GUILLOT New Orleans, Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi; La Ter- tulia. La. DAVID COWLE HAMILTON Little Rock, Ark Commerce Sigma Chi; Vice-Presi- dent Junior Class 1948. DONALD G. GUINEE New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi. GRETCHEN HANEMANN New Orleans, La. Newcomb Beta Sigma Omicron. AL GUIRARD St. Martinville, Commerce TOM CARL B. TOMMY HABIG HAKENJOS HALL Jasper. Ind. New Orleans. La. New Orleans, La. Commerce Engineering Commerce Sigma Clii; Uni Mgr., Delta Tau Delta: Alpha NROTC: Beta Theta P Junior Year. Phi Omega: ASME; Greenbackers. MARILLYN HANEMANN New Orleans. La. Newcomb Beta Sigma Omicron Ptomaine Tavern ' s Desert CONNIE HANLEY Jacksonville, III. Commerce AROTC; Sigma Chi; Vice-President Com- merce Class 1948; bas- ketball. MARY M. HANNAH Shreveport, La. Newcomb Kappa Kappa Gamma; Dormitory Council. ROBERT V. HASKELL New Orleans. La. Engineering La. MARIE M. HATREL New Orleans, Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; Newman Club. WILBUR C. HANTEL New Orleans, La. Engineering Delta Sigma Phi. JOYCE DONALD J. JOSEPH S. HARPER HARRIS HARRIS Memphis, Tenn. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Newcomb Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Mu Alpha Omicron Pi La Alpha Tau Ome g : Greenbackers. Tertulia; YWCA. AROTC. HERBERT E. HAUER New Orleans, I Engineering AIEE. Move Your Nose, Stoclcer, We Can ' t See ROBERT L. ELI B. BILLIE A. HARGRAVE HARMON HARPER Wichita Falls, Tex. New York, N. Y. Monroe, La. Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Newcomb Alpha Phi Omega; AROTC; Hillel Founda- Kappa Alpha Newman Club; Campus tion; Int. Zionist Fed. Glee Club. Night; Radio Work- of Am. Int. Rela tions shop. Club; Radio Work hop. WALKER C. HAROLD JULIAN L. HARRIS HART, JR. HARWELL New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Tonkawa, Okla. Beta Theta Pi; Tennis Engineering Arts and Scien Team. Kappa Sigma, ' Tau Kappa Sigma; 1 Kappa Alpha. Society. PATZY HAUSMANN New Orleans, La. Commerce Alpha Epsilon Phi. FRANK A. HAVA New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Pi. MARY ANNE HEBERT New Orleans, La. Commerce Alpha Omicron Pi; Lagniappes; Newman Club. mm " UNDERGRADUATES 313 EVA LOUISE HELLMERS New Orleans, La. Newcomb A Cappella Choir; Fes- tival Choir; Glee Club; Opera; Operetta; New- man Club. SUSAN HILL Lake Charles, Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; YWCA; Westminster Fellow- ship. La. ROSLYN HIRSBERG Friars Point, Miss. Newcomb JOHN A. HELMER New Orleans, La. Engineering Newman Club; Math. Club; AIEE. MARGARET HILZIM New Orleans. La. Newcomb Kappa Kappa Ganr EMILY ROSE HIRSCH Opelousas, La. Newcomb K. WILLIAM HESS Kenner, La. Engineering Kappa Sigma; AlofCE. CHERI HINDS Niagara Falls, N. Y. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; In murals: TUSK. CAROL LORCH HIRSCH Dallas. Tex. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Pi, ROBERT TALMAN HESS New Orleans, La. Engineering Kappa Sigma; ASME; Campus Night. JOHN A. HINE Port Arthur. Tex Engineering ■MARVIN A. HIXON Naples. Fla, Arts and Sciences Pre-Med Society. WILLIAM J. HESS, JR. New Orleans, La. Engineering AROTC: T. Arch. Soc. Band; Newman Club. CHARLES F. HINRICHS Arts and Sciences Theta Chi. PHYLLIS HOBBS Newcomb Chi Omega; Glee Club; Wesley Foundation. FRANK HILDEBRAND Jennings, La, Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi; Westmin- ster Fellowship; Deu - ches Verein. PAT SULLIVAN HINRICHSEN Houston. Tex. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi; New- man Club. WILLIAM F. HODGDEN Valleio. Calif. Engineering Beta Theta Pi; NROTC; Taffrail Club. Breaking Training, Eh Maddox? CATHERINE Z. HODGES New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alpha Omicron Pi. ROBERT E. HOOD New Orleans, La. Commerce Sigma Pi; Urchin. JOHN E. HUDSON, JR. Covington, La. Arts and Sciences Vice-President Freshman Class 48-49. GERALD R. HOEHN New Orleans, La. Commerce RAY s. HOOPER Boling, Tex. Arts and Sciences AROTC. JIMMY HUFF Shreveport, La, Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi; Lagniap- pes. HONEY HELEN HOHENBERG Memphis, Tenn. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi; Relations Club. MARILYN JUNE HOPPMEYER New Orleans, La. Newcomb KILLIAN L HUGER, JR. New Orleans, La. Commerce Kappa Alpha. MARY JO HOLLAND New Orleans, La. Newcomb Phi Mu; Greenbackers, HARRY T. HOWARD New Orleans, La. Commerce Delta Kappa Epsilon. Now Isn ' t This Absurd JOSEPH C. HOLLiDAY New Orleans, La. Commerce JOHN J. HUBER, JR. New Orleans. La. Engineering Sigma Pi. JAMES A. HUMPHREYS, JR. Memphis, Tenn. Engineering Alpha Tau Omega; NROTC. LAWRENCE HUNT, JR. McComb, Miss. Commerce Alpha Tau Omega. JERRY HONEYCUTT Hawkins, Tex. Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Phi; West- minster Fellowship. FRANK HUDSON Eagle Pass, Tex. Arts and Sciences Sec.-Treas. Freshman Class 1948. ERNEST W. HUPPERICH, JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences AROTC; Pi Kappa Alpha. IIIVDEHGHADUATES 320 DANIEL P. HURLEY Brooklyn, New York Arts and Sciences Sigma Pi; NROTC; Taffrail Club. DONALD B. JACKSON McComb, Miss. Engineering Phi Kappa Sigma. BILL JAMESON Camden, Ark. Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Sigma. Glee Club: Baptist Stu- dent Union; Gamma Epsilon Omicron. MARIS D. HURT Coconut Grove, Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta Fla. JOHN E. JACKSON, JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences NROTC; Beta Theta Pi; Taffrail Club. HAROLD A. JAMISON Logansport, Ind. Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma; Green- backers; Basketball. SUSAN PERCY HYAMS New Orleans. La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; Westminster Fellowship. SHIRLEY MOORE JACKSON New Orleans. La. Newcomb MERVINE JANKOWER Rayne, La. Commerce Zeta Beta Tau. EMILE F. IBELE, JR. New Orleans, Commerce HERMINE JACOBS Rosedale, Miss. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi. ELIZABETH J. JANSSEN New Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Treasurer Sophomore Class. ROBERT DUKE IRVINE New Orleans. La. Engineering T. Arch Society. LEO RICHARD JALENAK, JR. Memphis, Tenn. Commerce Zeta Beta Tau. JAMES BECK JEFFREY Jeanerett, La, Engineering NROTC; ASCE; Taff- rail Club. COLVILLE C. JACKSON, JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Delta Kappa Epsilon. SALLY JAMES Swarthmore, Pa. Newcomb Zeta Tau Alpha; JAM- BALAYA; Pan Hellenic; Westminster Fellowship; TUSK. D. LAINE JOHNSON Saucier, Miss. Arts and Sciences This, My Friends, Is A Record HOMER K. JOHNSON. JR. Kenner, La. Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Sigma. G. TORRIE JONES Jackson, Miss, Arts and Sciences Delta Tau Delta; Alpha Phi Omega; Alpha Chi Sigma; JAMBALAYA; Glendy Burke. LEON KAHN Morgan City, La. Commerce Zeta Beta Tau. RICHARD JAY JOHNSON New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi. FOSTER JONES Atlanta, Ga Newcomb MARGIE KAHN Indianapolis, Ind. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi. JANE EVELYN JOHNSTON New Orleans. La. Newcomb Delta Zeta: Hullabaloo: Newman Club, ROBERT T. JONES Houston, Tex. Engineering Sigma Chi. ANDREA E. KAMBUR New Orleans. La. Newcomb Newman Club. And This Year We Really Did BEN J. JOINER, JR. Cliarlotte, N. C. Commerce Phi Delta Theta; AROTC; Westminster Fellowship; Lagniap- pes. DOUGLAS JOUBERT New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Pi; NROTC; Newman Club; Taffrail Club. JOAN KASTLER New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alpha Omicron Athletic Council. BETTY JEAN JONES Newcomb Kappa Kappa Gamma. DOROTHY JUNG New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi; Math. Club. SALLY KASTLER Newcomb Alpha Omicron PI, GORDON S. JONES New Orleans, La. Engineering Canterbury Club. DON BERNARD KAHAN Mission, Kas. Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau; Foot- ball. WILLIAM KAY University Hts, Ohio Engineering Delta Kappa Epsilon. UinEHGHADUATES 322 CLAUDE J. KELLY. JR. New Orleans, La. Engineering Kappa Sigma; New man; ASCE. HANK KETCHUM Galveston, Tex. Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi. GERALDINE M. KELLY Monterrey. Mexico Newcomb Zetd Tau Alpha. FERDIE KIBODEAUX Jennings, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi. JAMES H. KENNEDY Gulfport. Miss. Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Tulane AIA; T, Arch So- ciety. NANCYE M. KIMMEL Miami, Fla. Newcomb Westminster Fellowship; TUSK. JONAS CAROLYN BLUM CARL A. WALTER SCOTT LEONARD J. A. KISBER, JR. KLEIN KLINE KNIERIEMEN KOCH KOOB Jackson, Tenn. New Orleans, La. San Antonio, Tex. Jersey City, N. J. San Antonio, Tex. New Orleans, La Arts and Sciences Newcomb Commerce Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Engineering Zeta Beta Tau- TUSK. Alpha Epsilon Phi; TUSK. Pi Kappa Alpha; Greenbackers. NROTC. AlorCHE; TUSK. FRANCES M. KENTNER New Orleans, La. Newcomb JAMBALAYA; Pan Hel- lenic Council. RUTH PERKINS KING Leesville, La. Newcomb Chi Omega; Dormitory Council; Canterbury Club. JOHNNY KERRIGAN Pass Christian, Miss. Engineering Beta Theta Pi. VIRGINIA KING Leesville, La. Newcomb Chi Omega, TERRY KESSLER Kenmore. N. Y. Commerce NOMA MAE KIRCHBERG New Orleans. La, Commerce Delta Zeta. Which Proves — All the Bones Are Connected MARGOT KRAMER Michigan City, Ind. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi; JAMBALAYA; Hullaba- loo. ROBERT LAGARDE New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi; NI OTC. GLIDE VERNON LANDRETH, JR. Oakland, Miss. Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha. MARGUERITA K. KRESTENSEN Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Newcomb Beta Sigma Omicron; Glee Club; Gamma Delta; TUSK. CHLOE LAIN Delray Beach, Fla. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi. E. B. LANDRY New Orleans, La. Engineering Kappa Sigma; Secre- tary Freshman Engineer- ing. WILDER K. KUHN New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Pi. CARLOS LAMAR Mevico D. F., Mexico Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Epsilon; AROTC. MARGARET LANDRY Houma, La. Newcomb Chi Omega. Alun Wheels Visit Ole War SIcule STANTON LEE KURZMAN Brookline, Mass. Commerce Sigma Alpha K TUSK. GEORGE G. LAMBOUSY Jennings, La. Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma; Al- of ChE; Student Af- filiates of Am. Chem. Soc. KEN LANGGUTH New Orleans, La. Commerce Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JOHN K. LABERTEAUX Niles. Mich. Engineering Alpha Tau Omega; Glee Club; Techni-Tor- que; Radio Club. c. p. LAMPROS Rome, Ga. Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Phi; Can- terbury Club. LOUIS PHILIPPE LARUE New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi; A Cappella Choir; Festival Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; JAMBALAYA; Fencing Club. JACQUELINE LAFRANCA New Orleans, La. Newcomb SAMUEL P. LANDERS Deal, N. J. Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Mu. MARIE T. LARUE New Orleans. La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Art Club; Newman Club. UIVnERGHADU lTES 324 JAMES ALLAN LASTRAPES New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences GEORGES E. LeBLANC, JR. Paincourfvijle, La. Arts and Sciences NROTC. ARMAND A. LEGENDRE, JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences NROTC; Kappa Sigma. A. KNIGHT LAVENDER New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences GRETA LeBLANC New Orleans, La. Newcomb Phi Mu; Newman Club; TUSK. KATHERINE LEGENDRE New Orleans, La, Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; Operetta. CHUCK LAWRENCE New Orleans. La. Commerce NROTC; Sigma Chi. ALBERT N. LECHTER Newark, N. J. Commerce Kappa Nu; Hillel Foundation. FRANCIS E. LeJEUNE, JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi. JEAN LAWSON New Orleans, La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; Newman Club. EUGENIE LeDOUX New Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Kappa Gamma; Lagniappes; TUSK. PATRICIA JANE LEMIEUX New Orleans, La. Newcomb Phi Mu. PAUL A. LEA Overton, Tex. Arts and Sciences A Cappella Choir; Fes- tival Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; TUSK. RUSSELL F. LeDOUX Port Arthur, Tex. Arts and Sciences Pi Kappa Alpha. L. C. LEONARD New Oileans, La. Engineering Delta Kappa Epsilon; NROTC; Taffrail Club. TOM LEACH New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Phi; TUSK. NANCY LEEPER New Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta, DAVID J. LEVINE Roxbury, Mass, Engineering Kappa Nu; Pan lenic Council. We Were Hard Up For Snaps wheels Of Progress FERDINAND K. JANE S. JANET M. ALFRED L CLAIRE NORMA LEVY LEVY LEVY LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Amite, La. Amite, La. Naval Station, Algiers Arts and Sciences Commerce Newcomb Arts and Sciences Newcomb Newcomb Zeta Beta Tau; Math. Alpha Epsilon Phi; Beta Sigma Omicroni Delta Kappa Epsilon; Chi Omega; Recording PI Beta Phi; Newcomb Club. JAMBALAYA; Hull loo. aba- Freshman Class Presi- dent 1948; Honor Board. Pan Hellenic Council. Secretary of Student Body 48-49; Swimming Club. English Club; SURF. AUDREY H. JOHN E. E. S. RICHARD J. PAUL H. .. SOL LIGGET LINDNER, JR. LINDSEY LIPINSKI LITNER LITT Valley Forge, Pa. New Orleans, La. Elsa, Tex. Erie, Pa. Great Neck, N. Y. Chicago, III. Newcomb Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Commerce Arts and Sciences Festival Choir; Glee NROTC; Westminster AROTC; Zeta Beta Tau; AROTC; Zeta Beta Tau; Club. Fellowship: Taffrail Club. Glee Club; Taffrail Club. Glee Club; Hullabaloo. ANDREA EMANUEL F. JULES JACK SUMNER JOHN L. LIVAUDAIS LIVAUDAIS, JR. LIZARRAGA LOHMAN LONG LOPEZ, JR. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La, Anniston, Ala. Arts and Sciences Newcomb Commerce Engineering Engineering Arts and Sciences Sigma Pi, Chi Omega; JAMBA- Phi Delta Theta; Delta Sigma Phi; Sec- Kappa Sigma: NROTC; LAYA; Dance Club. AROTC. retary Treasurer Fresh ' man Class ' 48 Engineer Taffrail Club. NROTC. UIVDEHGHADUATES 326 MANUEL RONNIE THOMAS E. LOPEZ LORIA LOUIS Managua, Nicaragua New Orleans. La. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Engineering Alpha Tau Omega; Pre- Alpha Chi Sigma medlcal Society; Green- AlofChE; Math. Club. backers. EDWARD B. JANE LEE YVONNE LUDWIG LUFT LYLE New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Bay City, Tex. Engineering Newcomb Newcomb NROTC; Delta Kappa Beta Sigma Omicron; Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club Epsllon. Dance Club; YWCA; Gamma Delta; TUSK; Intramurals. Canterbury Club. JOHN F. McCLOSKEY, JR. New Orleans. La. Commerce Beta Theta Pi; NROTC. WILLIAM B. McCONKEY Jackson, Miss. Commerce Alpha Tau Orr NROTC. GRACE ADAIR McCONNELL New Orleans, La. Newcomb TED LOWREY Hot Springs. Ark. Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Sigma; Pre- Med Society; Baptist Student Union. BETTY LYONS Jackson, Miss. Newcomb Ka ppa Kappa Gamma; Lagniappes; TUSK. CHARLENE W. McCORKLE New Orleans, La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Pan Hel- lenic Council; Canter- bury Club; Young Re- publican Club; Wom- en ' s Independent Vot- ers. KAY LOWRY Tyler. Tex. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi. ROBERT W. McAFEE New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences Festival Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; West- minster; Fellowship. THOMAS L. McCOY, JR. New Orleans, La. Engineering ASME. BETTY JANE LUCAS New Orleans, La. Newcomb YWCA; Glee Club. BEVERLY ANN McARTHUR New Orleans. La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Assets; A Cappella Choir; Festi- val Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; Newman Club; Campus Night; Lagniappes; Swimming Club. MIRIAM McDERMOTT New Orleans, Newcomb Glee Club; Club. La. One of the Editors Was a Sigma Chi CLYDE D. McDonald Greenville. Miss. Engineering NROTC. MARYLEN McKENZIE Pawhuska, Okla. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Canterbury Club; Uni- versity Theatre. FRANCES McSHANE Greenwood. Miss. Newcomb Phi Mu; TUSK. ROSEMARY M. McCONNELL New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi; Ne man Club; TUSK. EUGENIA McLaughlin New Orleans, La. Newcomb Chi Omega; Intramu als; TUSK. KIMO WILDER McVAY Honolulu, Hawaii Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha. PATSY JO McDOWELL Napoleonville, La. Newcomb Delta Zeta; Festival Choir,- Pan Hellenic; Christian Science Org. KENNETH McLEOD. JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences JAMBALAYA. GAYLE MACKENROTH New Orleans, La. Newcomb Phi Mu. There Goes Long Again LOUIS G. McGEE. JR. New Orleans, La. Commerce Si gma Chi. JACK McNEELY New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences University Theatre, SAM E. MACLIN Sherman, Tex. Commerce Phi Delta Theta. MARION ANNE MclNTOSH New Orleans, La. Newcomb Phi Mu; YWCA. MICHAEL J. McNULTY, JR. Franklin, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Epsilon. PAUL F. MADDALENA Trenton, N, J. Arts and Sciences JOAN MciNTYRE New Orleans. La, Newcomb Pi Beta Phi. TRICIA McRAVEN Little Rock, Ark. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi; New man Club; Cinem. Guild. ANN MADDREY Fort Worth. Tex. Newcomb Zeta Tau Alpha. UNDERGRADUATES 328 CHARLES H. MAGEE New Orleans. La. Arfs and Sciences Kappa Alpha. JAMES MANIATIS Bryan, Tex. Arts and Sciences Pre-Medlcal Society. JANE MARRIOTT Chicago, III. Newcomb Alpha Omicron PI; Newman Club; Intra- murals; Sociology Club. A. MICHAEL MAHER Houston, Tgx. Arts and Sciences Pi Kappa Alpha. MERCEDES E. MARAIST New Orleans, La. Newcomb Delfa Zcta; New Club. MICKEY MARSH New York Cify Engineering HOWARD MAIBACH New York. N. Y. Arts and Sciences Zeta Befa Tau; NROTC. FLUER MARCOUX New Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; JAMBALAYA: Canter- bury Club. BOB MARSTON New Orleans, La. Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma. LOUIS E. MAILHES New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences NROTC. HARVEY L. MARCOUX, JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega. CLARENCE J. MARTIN New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences PI Kappa Alpha; Fenc- ing Club. MICHEL G. MAILHES New Orleans, La. Commerce. GEORGE M. MARKEY, JR. New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences NROTC; Sigma Pi,- Taff- rail Club. DORA MARTIN New Orleans, Newcomb Alpha Omicron PI; As- sets; JAMBALAYA; Campus Niqht; Lag- niappes. La. DOROTHY MANESS New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi; " fcrtulia. NANCY JANE MARLER Cleveland. Tenn. Newcomb Chi Omega. ANDREW T. MARTINEZ New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences NROTC; Delta Kappa Epsilon. . ' . - Expecting A Hurricane? RAY P. MARTINEZ New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Pi; Band Vice- President; Band; New- man Club. MERLE MAUMUS New Orleans, La. Newcomb Phi Mu: Dance Club; Newman Club. SUE MAYNARD New Orleans, La. Newcomb Beta Sigma Omicron; Festival Choir; Glee Club; Newman Club. DAVID MASUR Monroe, La. Commerce Zeta Beta Tau. DINK MAXWELL Dallas, Tex. Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta. M. ANDREW MAYS New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Epsilon. President 1948-49. JOYCE MATHES New Orleans. La. Newcomb Phi Mu; Dance Club. CHARLES J. MAY New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences HARRY MENDELSON, JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Band; Librarian 1947-48, Genius??? (Eason) At Work WALLACE E. MATHES, JR. Munford, Ala. Arts and Sciences AROTC; Scabbard and Blade. PATRICIA MAY New York, N. Y. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi; Pan t-lellenic Council; French Club,- TUSK. HELEN ■MESSICK New Orleans, La, Arts and Sciences Chi Omega; Glee Club; Westminster Fel- lowship. MARY MATLAGE t-louston, Tex. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi. E. PAUL MAYEUX, JR. New Orleans. La. Engineering AIEE. JORDAN A. METZGER Woodmere, L. I. N. Y. Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Mu; AROTC. CLAIRE MATTHEWS Wellington, Kas. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club. DONALD P. MAYNARD New Orleans, La. Engineering NROTC; Sigma Pi; Tatfrail Club,- ASME; Greenbackers. HOBART MEYER, JR. Pensacola, Fla. Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau. rUDERGHADUATES 330 MARILYN DIANE ELIZABETH ANN GERTRUDE M. WILLIAM McL. PAUL F. MEYER MICHAEL MICHAELS MIDDLETON MIDDLETON MIELLY, JR. Shreveport, La Paducah, Ky. Chicago, III. Hammond, La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Newcomb Newcomb Newcomb Newcomb Engineering Arts and Sciences Alpha Epsllon Phi. Alpha Epsilon Phi. Festival Choir; Glee Club; Operetta; West- minster Fellowship; Ra- dio Workshop; Univer- sity Theatre; TUSK. Alpha Omicron Pi; As- sets. Kappa Sigma; ASME. AROTC; Delta Sigma Phi. JOHN E. DAHLGREN RICHARD M. SAUL A. C. G. ELISE MILLER MILLER MILLS MINTZ MITCHELL, JR. MITCHELL Hardy, Ark. New Orleans, La. New Orleans. La. New Orleans. La. Birmingham, Ala. Burlington, Iowa Arts and Sciences Newcomb Commerce Engineering Commerce Newcomb Chi Omeqa; Intramur- Baptist Student Union. ZBT; JAMBALAYA; AROTC; Scabbard and Glee Club; Newman als. TUSK. Blade; Baptist Student Union. Club. CAROLYN JEAN WARREN A. HAROLD C. ERWIN FRANK J. A. E. MITZ MIX MOKE MONASTERSKY MONTELEONE, JR. MONTGOMERY, JR. Houston, Tex. New Orleans. La. New Orleans, La, New Orleans. La. New Orleans, La. Monroe, La. Newcomb Arts and Sciences Engineering Arts and Sciences Engineering Commerce JAMBALAYA. Delta Sigma Phi; Glee Club; JAMBALAYA: In- terfaith Council; West- minster Fellowship; Glendy Burke; Pan Hel- lenic; Campus Night; Int. Relations Club; Chairman Easter Sunrise Service. AlofChE. Sigma Alpha Mu; A Cappella Choir; Festi- val Choir; Glee Club; Hillel; Int. Zionist Fed. of Am; Campus Night. Alpha Chi Sigma; AlofChE. Beta Theta Pi. A. O. MONTZ Lions, La. Engineering EMMA MORPHY New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi. Man From BRENDA MOORE New Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; La Tertulia. MORRIS S. STEWART. JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Delta Kappa Epsilon. JOHN B. MOORE Oklahoma City, Okla. Arts and Sciences JOHN G. MORRISON New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences AROTC; Beta Theta Pi. JAMES J. DONALD STAN MULLEN MULLER MULLER New Orleans, La. New Orleans, la. New Orleans, La Engineering Commerce Engineering AIEE. Delta Sigma Phi; Alpha Phi Omega; Westmin- ster Fellowship. Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star NANCY K. MOORE New Orleans, La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi. LUCIEN K. iMOSS Lake Charles. La. Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi; Secretary Treasurer Junior Class. AMELIA R. MUNSON Napoleonville, La. Newcomb Pi Phi; Glee Club; Can- terbury Club. ARTHUR MORGAN Ellisville, tvliss. Arts and Sciences BETTINA E. MUELLING Gulfport, Miss. Newcomb Chi Omega; Club. LORRAINE I. MURPHY Bloomfield, N. J. Newcomb GILBERT MORGAN Maplewood, N. Engineering AROTC; Pi K A. V. JOYCE MULBERG Key West, Fla. Newcomb Hillel Foundation; Int. Zionist Fed. of Am. GEORGE M. MURRELL New Orleans, La. Engineering Beta Theta Pi. UIVDEHGHADUATES 332 MADELINE A. CHARLES YOLANDA RICHARD M. EMILE H. DONALD U OCCHIPINTI OCCHIPINTI OCAMPO NUNNALLY NOTT NORES New Orleans, La. New Orleans. La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La, New Orleans, La. Tampa, Fla. Newcomb Engineering Newcomb Arts and Sciences Newcomb Engineering Baptist Student Union. Phi Delta Theta; C terbury Club; Lagnl pes. an- ap- Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; Intramurals. Sigma Pi. JOHN NICKINOVICH Seattle. Wash. Commerce GEORGE D. NELSON, JR. Daphne, Ala. Commerce AROTC; Sigma Chi; Hullabaloo. NICK C. NICHOLS Pasadena, Tex. Arts and Sciences Alpha Tau Omega. PAUL NAQUIN Napoleonville, La Engineering Sigma Pi; AIEE. ELINOR NEWSTADT Shreveport, La, Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi. ARTHUR J. NAQUIN New Orleans, La. Commerce ATO. RANDY NEWMAN New Orleans, La. Commerce Kappa Alpha; NROTC. CATHERINE NAEF Jackson, Miss, Newcomb B50; JAMBALAYA; Pan Hellenic; Wesley Foun- dation; University The- atre. ALEX NEWMAN Reynosa, Temps, Mexico Arts and Sciences Hillel Foundation; Int. Zionist Fed. of Am. JOYCE MYERS Birmingham, Ala. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi. MILLIE NESBITT Birmingham, Ala. Newcomb Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; Newman Club; Int. Relations Club. BOB MUSSNUG Floral Parle, N. Y. Arts and Sciences NROTC; Canterbury Club; Taffrail Club. Too Much Millc Brings About a Situation Lilce This CHARLES B. O ' CONNELL Pensacola. Fla. University College Delta Sigma Phr. M. BEN OSSI Jacksonville, Fla. Arts and Sciences Band. GEORGE J. PALMER. JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma; NROTC. EDWIN M. O ' CONNOR. Ill Dallas, Tex. Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma; Vice- President Sophomore Class. PATRICIA NAN O ' SULLIVAN New Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Canterbury Club. ANNA RITA PANDISCIO Fitchburg, Mass. Newcomb Sociology Club. BENJAMIN OKEL Montgomery, Ala. Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Sigma; NROTC; Taffrail Club; Deutches Verein. WILLODEAN PACKWOOD New Orleans, La. Newcomb Art Club; TUSK; Chan- ning Club. FRANCISCO PAREDES, JR. Honduras, C. A. Arts and Sciences ANN OLIVIER New Orleans, L Newcomb Newman Club. ANNE WEIL PAKE Mobile, Ala. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi. J. R. DUSTY PARKER Houston. Tex. Engineering NROTC; Delta Phi ; JAMBALAYA; AIEE; Newman Club; Taffrail Club. Sigma Bremmerman: Hey Sam. How Ya ' Feel? w ] J ' CHARLES D, OLIVIER New Orleans, La. Engineering ASK4E. JOSEPH P. PALERMO New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Phi. LEONARD F. PARKER Pensacola, Fla, Commerce AROTC; ZBT. MILTON R, ORKIN Danbury, Conn. Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Mu; AROTC. EMILY F. PALMER Mobile, Ala. Newcomb Phi Mu; Athletic Coun- cil; Canterbury Club; Swimming Club. PATRICIA PARKER San Antonio. Tex. Newcomb Phi Mu; Wesley Foun- dation, «. Ti - ■ ' = ' %i UNDERGRADUATES 334 JANE M. VERNON L. LEANDRO JAMES KARON FRANK H. MARY E. PARKHOUSE PARRISH PASOS PATRICK PATTERSON, JR. PATTON New Orleans, La. Monahans. Tex. Managud. Nicaragua Camden, Ark. New Orleans, La. Whitehaven, Tenn Newcomb Engineering Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Commerce Newcomb Chi Omega; A Cappel- NROTC; Taffrail Club. Newman Club; Radio Sigma Alpha Epsilon; NROTC; Baptist Stu- Alpha Omicron P a Choir; Canterbury Club. Pan Hellenic. dent Union; Taffrail Intramurals. Club. Club. BETTY ISABEL ASHTON J. RALPH PARKS B. RICHARD G. PAUL PEAL PECQUET PEDERSON PEDRICK, JR. PEET Shreveport, La. Webb, Miss. New Orleans, La. Culver, Ind. Arts and Sciences New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Brooklyn, N. Y. Engineering Newcomb Newcomb Engineers KA; Math. Club. Pi Beta Phi. Alpha Epsilon Phi; Freshman Honor Board Representative 47-48; House Council, 48-49; Dance Club; La Tertu- lia; Greenbackers. AlofChE. ANITA ELDON D. MORTON M. CORNELIUS C. EFFIE LOUISE J. PAUL PELIAS PENCE, JR. PEPPER PERKINS PERKINS PERRET New Orleans, La, Fort Smith. Ark. Denver. Colo. Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio New Orleans, La. Newcomb Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Engineering Newcomb Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma Vice- NROTC; Zeta Beta Tau. PiKA; AIEE; Taffrail Alpha Delta Pi; TUSK. President Sophomore Club. Class 48-49; Campus Night; Deutches Verein; Phi Ba Sigma. And None Are Barracudas Quite An Array of Lads and Lassies NINETTE BEVERLY CARL DONALD C. CAROLYN ROBERT A. PERRILLIAT PERRIN PERRY PETTEPHER PETTIS PEYROUX New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Yonkers, N. Y. New Orleans, La. Baton Rouge, La. New Orleans. La. Newcomb Arts and Sciences Commerce. Engineering Newcomb Commerce Kappa Kappa Gamma; NROTC; Alpha Tau NROTC. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Kappa Sigma; Campus La Tertulia; Newman Omega. A Cappella Choir; Night. Club; TUSK. Glee Club; Art Club; Canterbury Club. BETTY POLLY JEAN E. W. MYRON A. ANTHONY EDWARD T. PHARR PHELPS PHILLIPS. JR. PICKENS, JR. PITALA PITCHER New Orleans. La. Monroe, La. Lake Charles, La. Deland. Fla. Bay St. Louis, Miss. Springfield, La. Newcomb Newcomb Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences. Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma; Chi Omega. AROTC; Beta Theta Pi. Sigma Chi. Sigma Chi; NROTC. Canterbury Club; Intramural Sports. McKEE EDDIE SHEPARD RICHARD C. JACK KATHERINE PITTS PIXBERG PLEASANTS, JR. POLK PONDER POOLE Fort Smith. Ark. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Corning, Ark. Dallas, Tex. Atlanta, Ga. Newcomb Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Commerce Arts and Sciences Newcom b Pi Bela Phi; La Tertulia; Phi Kappa Sigma. Delta Kappa Epsi on; Wesley Foundation. Phi Kappa Sigma; Glee Phi Mu. Wesley Foundation. President F r e sh m a n Club; TUSK. Arts and Sciences 1947- 48; Secretary Treasurer Sophomore Arts and Sciences 1948-49. UIVUEHGHADUATES 336 RALPH W. POOLE, JR. Norfolk, Va. Arts and Sciences Hullabaloo; TUSK. WILLIAM A. PORTER Valdosta, Ga. Commerce Sigma Chi. MARY C. POWER Newcomb Kappa Alpha T Glee Club,- TUSK. GEORGE H. PRATT Amarillo, Tex. Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Phi. JOAN ELLEN PRICE Port Sulphur, La. Newcomb BSO; Glee Club. MAUREEN PROTHRO Shreveport, La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Dance Club; Westminster Fel- lowship. VIRGINIA LeDOUX THOMAS F. JEANNE RUTH ELAINE CHARLES K. PROVOST PROVOSTY pUALLS QUERENS RADIN RAMOND, II San Leandro, Calif. Alexandria, La. Burlington. N. C. New Orleans, La. Norfolk, Va. New Orleans. La, Newcomb Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Newcomb Newcomb. Arts and Sciences 2eta Tau Alpha; La Ter- NROTC; DKE. NROTC; Baptist Stu- Art Club; TUSK. Delta Tau Delta; Alpha tulia; Westminster Fel- dent Union; Taffrail Phi Omega; Hullaba- lowship. Club. loo; Gamma Delta; Greenbackers; Math, Club; Psychology Club. JOHN V. VINCENT JOSEPHINE G. ADAIR DON M. SHERMAN F. RAMONEDA RAMONEDA RAMOS RAMSEY RANDOLPH RAPHAEL New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Patterson, La. Goliad. Tex. New Orleans, La. New Haven, Conn. Commerce Commerce. Newcomb Newcomb Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Delta Sigma Phi; New- BSO. Art Club. AROTC; PiKA, Band; Glendy Burke; man Club. Campus Night; Radio Workshop. 1+ Looks Like Love HELEN JERRY B, RAPIER RARICK New Orleans La. Goshen. Ind. Newcomb Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi; Newman AROTC. Club; Swimm inq Club; Intramurals. MAY KAMMER REED New Orleans. La. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta. GENEVIEVE REINHARD New Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; JAMBALAYA; Newman Club. JAMAR REID Woodville. Tex. Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma. W. B. RE INHARDT New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences AROTC. FORREST RAU New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi. MAY VIRGINIA REID New Orleans, La. Newcomb Baptist Student Union. TOM REISING Evansville, Ind. Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi. Seymour Seems To Have 1+ Made JACKIE WALTER C. RAUCH RAY New Orleans, La. Andalusia, Ala. Commerce Arts and Sciences Delta Zeta; Dance Phi Delta Theta. Club; Newman Club. ROBERT REILY New Orleans, Commerce Beta Theta Pi. HAROLD G. REISS New York, N. Y. Arts and Sciences Operetta. PATRICIA REINERTH New Orleans, La, Newcomb AOPi; JAt BALAYA, GEORGE W. RENAUDIN New Orleans, La, Arts and Sciences AROTC; Alpha Tau Omega. EDWARD S. REED New Orleans, La. Commerce Sigma Chi. JOY REINGANUM Chicago. III. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon Phi; Tertulia. A. ALBERT RESTUM Allentown, Pa. Commerce AROTC. UJVDEHGRADUATES 338 SUSAN REYNAUD Lutcher, La. Newcomb PI Mu: Newman Club. ROBERT L. ROANE Jeanerette, La. Engineering HERBERT B. ROEPE New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences NROTC; Delta Tau Delta; Gamma Delta. LEO SIDNEY ROOS New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau; Glee Club; Operetta; Pan Hellenic. LEWIS L. ROGERS Moss Point, Miss. Engineering ASME; Baptist Student Union. DIANA ROSAMOND New Orleans, La. Newcomb Art Club: Newman Club. JACK R. ROBERTS New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma; New- man Club; German Club; Lagniappes. BOB ROGERS Lake Charles, La. Arts and Sciences Pre-Med Society. BETTY JEAN ROSEN Fori- Worfh, Tex. Newcomb Alpha Epsllon Phi; JAMBALAYA; Dance Club. RHODA MAE ROBINOWITZ Houston, Tex. Newcomb Alpha Epsllon Phi; Tertulla. MARY ROHRBERGER New Orleans. La. Newcomb Int. Relations Club. BEVERLY SUE ROSEN Bessemer, Ala. Newcomb. LOUIS W. RODRIGUE New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences NROTC; Beta Theta Taffrail Club; Newm Club; Hullaballoo. WILLIAM G. ROLAND, JR. VIcksburg, Miss. Commerce Pi Kappa Alpha; Vice- President Freshman ' A6. LORRA ' NE E. ROSMAN New Orleans, La. Newcomb. NATHALIE ROELING New Orleans, La. Newcomb BSO; Honor Board Representative; Fresh- man; La Tertulla; New- man Club; Green back- ers. MARION L ROMAINE New Orleans, La. Newcomb BSO; Glee Club; Wes- ley Foundation; Intra- murals. CLAIRE A. ROUFF New Orleans, La. Newcomb. m ' W t f- - ' r A- - ,- - ■ SJt.5 Ast ' i ' IL _„ Fresh Fish Connotes Commerce MARIE H. ROU5SEL New Orleans, La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club. WILLIAM F. RUSSELL Paducah. Ky. Engineering AlEE. JOHN K. SAER New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Delta Kappa Epsllon. SEDLEY ROUSSEL New Orleans. La. Newcomb PI Beta Phi; Glee Club; TUSK. GERALD L. RUSSO New Orleans, La. Engineering. BURL R. SAMMONS Sedalia, Mo. Engineering Kappa Alpha; T, Society. WILFRED F. ROUX New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma; Cheer- leaders; Green backers. ROBERT N. RYAN New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi. ERNEST E. SANDLIN New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi. Seymour Has His Bow-Tie On Again MICHAEL J. RUCK New Orleans, La. Engineering ASCE,- Newman Club. THOMAS E. RYAN New Orleans, La. Commerce USNR; Phi Delta Theta. MARY DURLAND SAPP Greensboro, N. C. Newcomb BSO. ANNETTE F. RUCKSTUHL New Orleans, La. Newcomb Newman Club. DON ST. ONGE Hobe Sound, Fla. Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha; AROTC. DANIEL RYAN SARTOR, JR. Alto, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Epsllon MARY RUSH Meridian, Miss. Newcomb Hullabaloo; Westmin- ster Fellowship; Univer- sity Theatre. BARBARA ANNE ST. PAUL New Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Kappa Gamma; Art Club; Newman Club; TUSK. F. M. SCARPITT. JR. St. Petersburg, Fla. Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha, UIVDERGHADUATES 340 EDGAR LOUIS SCHAMBACH New Orleans, La. Engineering Gamma Delta; ASME. MARIETTA E. SCHLEH New Orleans. Newcomb JERRY SCHWARK New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Pi, BEHE SCHARFF Waco, Tex. Newcomb AEPhI; U Tertulia EDWARD S. SCHLESINGER Jackson Heights. N. Y. Arts and Sciences NROTC; Sigma Alpha Mu; JAMBALAYA,-Taff- rail Club. WILFRED A. SCHWARTZENBUR Engineering JANET CAROL SCHARFF Kansas City, Mo, Newcomb AEPhi: Hullabaloo: TUSK. HARRY B. SCHMIDT, JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences NROTC; Campus night; Taffrail Club. CREED B. SCOGGINS Fort Worth, Tex. Arts and Sciences PiKA. HAROLD E. R. SCHERER, JR. New Orleans, La. Commerce PiKA. HENRY A. SCHNITTKER. JR. Cullman. Ala. Commerce. AUDREY SCOTT New Orleans, La. Newcomb SUE ALLEN LEWIS SCHERER SCHINDLER New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La Newcomb Commerce Phi Mu; La Tertulia; Gamma Delta. Newman Club; French Club. GERARD H. SCHONEKAS. JR. New Orleans, La. Engineering ASME; Newman Club. PATRICIA SCOTT Wharton. Tex. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Canterbury Club. ANN SCHORNSTEIN New Orleans, La. Newcomb AEPhi; 48-49; Secretary Junior Class. FRANK R. SEAVEY Aberdeen, Miss. Engineering AIA, Blow It Out ROBERT D. GARDINER BETTY LEE MIMI RICHMOND F. ROGER SEAY SEBRALLA SEFF SEGALL SHARBROUGH SHARP Mayfield. Ky. Memphis. Tenn. Alexandria, La. New Orleans. La. Holly Bluff, Miss. New Orleans Engineering Commerce Newcomb Commerce Arts and Sciences Commerce Kappa Sigma. Beta Theta Pi. AEPhi; Beta Beta Beta. SAE. DKE. DONALD P. SHAW Managua, Nicaragua Arts and Sciences ATO; Swimming Team. CHARLOTTE SHOAF Covington, Tenn. Newcomb ACPI; Athletic Coun- cil; Dormitory Council; La Tertulia. DICK SHEFFIELD Kirbyvllle, Tex. Arts and Sciences BERT SHRINE, JR. Miami, Fla. Engineering PiKA; NROTC; West- minster Fellowship: Taffrail Club. JULIAN M. SHERROWSE, JR. New Orleans, La, DKE. ANN E. SHUMATE New Orleans, La. Newcomb. The Honey Dreamers GEORGE SHIBLEY, JR. BIythville. Ark. Arts and Sciences TUSK. LOUIS E. SIGUR New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta. JOSEPH W. SHIELDS. JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi, JACQUELINE SILIN New Orleans, La. Newcomb Canterbury Club; Fes- tival Choir; Glee Club; JAMSALAYA. SIMON SKIPPY SHLENKER. Ill New Orleans, La. Commerce Zeta Beta Tau. DARATHY JEAN SIMONS New Orleans, La. Newcomb Sociology Club. LNDEHGHADUATES 342 THOMAS S. SIMS Cen+Grvllle, Miss. Commerce Wesley Foundation. GEORGE SLADOVICH, III New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Omeq Glendy Burke. MELLICENT SMITHERMAN Shreveport. La. Chi Omega; La Tertu- Newcomb lla. HARLAN W. SINDELL Miami Beach, Fla. Arts and Sciences AROTC; Sigma Alpha Mu; Pre-Med Society; Hillel. GOBBY GLENN SMITH Shreveport, La. Arts and Sciences PiKA; Canterbury Club. SYDNEY SMITHERS New Orleans, La. Newcomb BSO; Glee Club; Ore- ades; Newman Club. FLORENCE SINIAWSKY New Orleans, La. Newcomb Hillel; Int. Zionist Fed. of Am. SUSIE SMITH Dallas. Tex. Newcomb Vice-President Junior Class; Assets; Kappa Alpha Theta; Athletic Council; La Tertulia; Areades. FRANK E. SMOLRN Unionville, Conn. Arts and Sciences Phi Kappa Sigma, THOMAS EARL SISSON Birmingham, Aia, Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Omega; Bap- tist Student Union. c. o. SMITH, JR. New Orleans. Engineering AIEE. JAMES M. SNEDIGAR Miami Beach. Fla. Commerce PiKA; Secretarv Treas- urer Sophomore Class 1947. IRVIN A. SKIBELL Greenville, Tex. Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Mu; Hillel. G. DREUX SMITH New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences. MURDOCK SMELLING Gulfport, Miss. Engineering DKE; ASCE. NORMAN C. SLADE Margarita, Canal Zone Arts and Sciences LOUIS DAVID SMITH New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences Wesley Foundation. BLANCHE SNOWDEN Baton Rouqe. La. Newcomb AOPi; Westminster Fel- lowship. Tulane ' s Fastest Five EVELYN SOCOLA New Orleans, La. Newcomb AOPi; Newman Club. JAMES E. SPRINKLE New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences. BERTHA JEAN STEIN Newcomb AEPhi. Greenville. Miss. ROBERT i. SONFIELD New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau. iMARIANNE SPRINKLE Marion, Va. Newcomb Zeta Tau Alpha; YWCA; Westminster Fellowship. MARY JOE STERNBERG Gulfport, Miss, Newcomb Glee Club; Operetta; Art Club; Newman MARY LOU SOUDAIN New Orleans. La, Newcomb A Cappella Choir; Glee Club. WALTFR G. SQUIRES, JR. Ocala, Fla. Arts and Sciences. BRUCE A. STEVENSON New Orleans. La. Engineering Sigma Pi; Honor Board Member 1948. Pfeffelle Went To the Homecoming Dance, Did You? CHARLES C. SPENCE Ellisville, Miss. Arts and Sciences Newman Club. ROBERT STARKS Memphis, Tenn. Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta; AROTC: TUSK. DAN STEWART Mlnden, La. Arts and Sciences NROTC; Alpha Tau Omega; A Cappella Choir; Festival; Choir; Glee Club. JOCEIYN H. SPITZ Glencoe, III. Newcomb AEPhi; Green bac leers; Swimming Club. STANLEY STARR Memphis, Tenn. Commerce Zeta Beta Tau. JOHN A. STEWART New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Gamma Delta. PATSYEARL SPRING New Orleans, La. Newcomb BSO; YWCA. JACK FROST STEELE Monroe. La. Commerce AROTC; Beta Theta Pi. FRANK J. STICH, JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta; Vice- President Freshman Class; President Junior Class; Pan Hellenic Council; Lagniappes; TUSK. LNDEHGHADUATES 344 EFFIE STOCKTON New Orleans, La. Newcomb Pi Beta Phi; Newman Club; Swimming Club; Intramurals. CAROLYN Z. STROUPE La. New Orleans Newcomb Zeta Tau Alpha TUSK. MRS. DOROTHY A. SWARTWOUT Waco, Tex. Newcomb ADPi. BETTIE STONER Greenwood. Miss. Newcomb Phi Mu; Dormitory Council; La Tertulia; Baptist Student Union; Greenbackers, JAMES L STULB JR. New Orleans, La. Commerce Kdppa Alpha. CLAY E. TALBOT New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Pan Hellenic Council; Phi Kappa Sigma; Greenbackers. MARY HELEN STRAUSBAUGH Atlanta, Ga. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi. DOUGLAS A. STUTSMAN New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences SAE. FLORA TALMAGE New Orleans, La, Newcomb Chi Omega; Glee Club; Operetta; Dance Club; Westminster Fel- lowship; Lagniappes. SAM STRAUSS, JR. Little Rock, Ark. Commerce ZBT; AROTC. GEORGE J. SULLIVAN New Orleans. La. Engineering ASCE. RICHARD P. TAYLOR New Orleans. La. Commerce Wesley Poundation. ROBERT E. STREECK New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Wesley Foundation; tramurals; Track. MILTON A. SURLES Lakeland. Fla. Arts and Sciences. BALLARD W. TEBO New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences NROTC; Kappa Alpha; Taffrail Club; Physics Club. ANNE BAILEY STRINGER New Orleans, La. Newcomb AOPi; Orcades; JAM- BALAYA. LUCIUS F, SUTHON New Orleans, La, Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha. ROBERT E. THOMPSON McComb, Miss. Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma; Band; Radio Club; TUSK. Hurry, Hurry, Step Right Up KITTY THORNTON Boyce, La. Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi. BETTY RAY TRELFORD Houston, Tex, Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; JAMBA- LAYA; Canterbury Club. JULES J. TUREAUD New Orleans, La. Engineering. KAY THREEFOOT Memphis. Tenn. Newcomb Alpha Epsilon; Dance Club. LOUIS PHILIP TRENT Jackson, Mich, Arts and Sciences. CLYDE T. TURNER Greenwood, Miss. Engineering K Sigma; ASCE; JAM- BALAYA; Taffrail Club; Campus Night: Lag- niappes; TUSK; Taff- rail Log. BARBARA ANN TO POL Greenville. tsHiss. Newcomb AEPhi; La Tertulia. JUDITH TUBB West Point, Miss. Newcomb Phi Mu. AUGUST A. VAN, JR. New Orleans. La Commerce. John L. Lewis Will Hear About This TISH TORIAN Goliad, T ex. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Glee Club; Westmin- ster Fellowship. WILLIAM T. TUCKFR McComb, Miss. Engineering Vice-President Sopho- more Engineering Class 48-47. EDDIE VAN AMERONGEN Amsterdam, Nether- lands Phi Kappa Sigma; T. Arch. Society; Glee Club; Newman Club. CHRIS TRAICOFF Mariana, Ark. Graduate Chi Omega. LEONARD TUNIS New York, N. Y. Arts and Sciences Zeta Beta Tau; Glee Club. M. DREUX VAN HORN, II Pass Christian. Miss. Arts and Sciences. HAROLD H. TRELEAVEN New Orleans, La. Commerce SAE. JEAN TURBEVILLE Dallas, Tex. Newcomb Glee CJub; A Cappel- la Choir; Greenback- ers; Baptist Student Union. LOUIS J. VERGNE Orocouis. Puerto RJco Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Omega; JAMBALAYA; Newman Club; Int. Relations Club: TUSK; Pre-Med Society. UIVDEHGRADUATES 346 WAYNE VINCENT Lake Charles, La. Commerce SAE. JO VON EHREN New Orleans, La. Newcomb Alplia Delta Pi; TUSK. NATALIE LOUISE WALDAUER Greenville. Miss. Newcomb. FERDINANDO F. VIZZL Tampa. Fla. Arts and Sciences. LOUIS C. VREELAND New Orleans. La. Arts and Sciences ATO; Glendy Burke; Greenbackers. CLARE FRANCES WALKER Jacksonville. Fla. Newcomb AEPhl. JACKIE VIZZINI New Orleans, La, Newcomb Alpha Delta Pi; Cheer- leaders; Greenbackers. HOWARD M. WADE El Dorado, Ark. Arts and Sciences. GENEVIEVE WALKER Alexandria, La. Newcomb Chi Omeqa. HARVEY M. VLAHO Arts and Sciences. WALTER J. WADLINGTON. Biloxi, Miss. Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi. JR. JACKIE WALKER Monroe, La, Newcomb Chi Omeqa. STEPHEN VOELKER, JR. New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha. L. FRED WAGNER. JR. New Orleans, La. Engineering PiKA; Wesley Founda- tion; University The- atre. MARY M. WALKER New Orleans, La. Newcomb AOPi; TUSK. W. M. VOGT, JR. New Orleans, La. Engineering AROTC. RICHARD M. WAGNER Pass Christian, Miss. Commerce NROTC; Taffrail Club. GENE WALLACE Tallulah, La. Arts and Sciences SAE; Band. What the Hell Is the 27 For? ERNEST C. WALLEY New Orleans, La Commerce AROTC. GROVE MARIE WATSON New Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Westminster Fellow- ship; Intramurals. CONNIE WEIL. JR. Alexandria, La. Commerce AROTC; Zeta Beta Tau. RICHARD M. WAMBSGANS New Orleans, La. Engineering Phi Delta Theta. PHILIP B. WATSON, JR. St. Joseph, La. Arts and Sciences NROTC; SAE; Canter- bury Club. JOHN G. WEINMANN New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences NROTC; DKE; Secre- tary Treasurer Arts and Sciences Student Body 48-49; ODK; Who ' s Who; JAMBALAYA; Canterbury Club; Glendy Burke; Taffrail Club; Lagniappes. JAMES W. WARD Shreveport, La. Arts and Sciences AROTC; Phi Delta Theta. WALTER R. WATSON New Orleans, La. Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma. MAX WEINSTEIN Charleston, Miss. Commerce Zeta Beta Tau. The Catalogues Are Inside JANE K. WARE New Orleans, La. Newcomb Chi Omega; Assets; Swimming Club. DOUGLAS S. WAITERS. JR. New Orleans, La. Commerce Phi Delta Theta. C. HERBERT WEISER New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences. HARTWELL WATKINS Aberdeen, Miss. Newcomb Kappa Kappa Gamma Glee Club. ROBERT WEIHRAUCH Worcester, Mass. Arts and Sciences AROTC; Zeta Beta Tau. WILLIAM C. WEISSBORN La. New Orleans, Commerce. Sigma Alpha Epsllon. BARBARA WATSON Now Orleans, La. Newcomb Kappa Alpha Theta; Westminster Fellowship. FLORENCE WEIL Montgomery, Ala. Newcomb AEPhi; Hillel. SAMUEL G. WELLBORN New Orleans. La. Engineering UNDERGRADUATES 348 JUNE WARREN WELLS Memphis, Tenn. Newcomb Chi Omega. ROBERT M. WELLS New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences AROTC; Sigma Chi; Vice-President Freshman Class 47-48: Pre-Med. Society; Basketball. PATRICIA WELTON Moorcfield. W. Va. Newcomb BSO: YWCA; Westmin- ster Fellowship; TUSK. BUD DOROTHY ANN MILTON L. WHITNEY WILD WILLIAMS Maywood, III. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Commerce. Newcomb Arts and Sciences Zeta Tau Alpha; New- Kappa Alpha. man Club. BETTY JEAN WEST Macon. Ga. Newcomb BSO; Baptist Union; TUSK, ROYSTON WESTMARK Pensacola, Fla. Arts and Sciences. c. w. WESTON, JR. New Orleans, La. Engineering Sigma Chi. CARL JOAN R. MARJORIE NANCY H. MARY WARD VIOLET MARIE WHITE WHITE WHITE WHITE WHITEHEAD WHITEHEAD New Orleans, La. Little Rock, Ark. El Dorado. Ark Pensacola. Fla. Windna. Miss. Memphis. Tenn. Commerce Newcomb Newcomb Newcomb Newcomb Newcomb Delta Tau Delta. Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club; Zeta Tau Alpha; West- Delta Zeta. Chi Omega; Westmin- Pi Beta Phi; Dance Dance Club; Canter- minster Fellowship. ster Fellowship. Club; Lagniappes; Op- bury Club. eretta. PATRICIA WILLIAMS Dallas, Tex. Newcomb Kappa Kappa Gamma; Glee Club; Operetta; JAMBALAYA; We s t- minster Fellowship. MARY M. WILLIAMSON Pine Apple, Ala. Pi Beta Phi; Campus Night; Greenbackers; Lagniappes. FERNAND F. WILLOZ, III New Orleans, Li Engineering NROTC; DTD; Taffrail Club. Typical? CHARLES JAMES CLARK WILSON WILSON, JR. Neosho, Mo. Gulfport, Miss. Arts and Scie ices Arts and Sciences DKE; Pre-Med Soc lety; SAE. Westminster Fellow ship; Greenbackers. JESSEF JOEL WOLFE WOLFE New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Commerce. Newcomb HERBERT B. WREN Texarkana, Ark, Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma; Presi- dent Sophomore Arts and Sciences 48-49; Pre-Med Society; Wes- ley Foundation; Green- backers. Pi Beta Phi; Canterbury Club; Intramurals; Swimming Club. ALLEN WRIGHT Abilene, Tex. Arts and Sciences SAE; Deutches Verein; Westminster Fellowship. RICHARD W. WILSON New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta; Can- terbury Club. GEORGE O. WOODS New Orleans, La. Commerce. JOHN WRIGHT Pocahontas. Ark. Arts and Sciences Wesley Foundation. Typical? GEORGE R. WI.MBISH Monroe, La. Arts and Sciences PKA; APO; T. Arch So- ciety. MARILYN WOODWARD Picayune, Miss. Newcomb ADPi; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club; Opera; Operetta; YWCA. JAMES E. WYNNE New Orleans, La. Arts and Sciences SAE-Band. STANLEY R. WLEKLINSKI East Chicago, Ind. Commerce AROTC. WILLIAM H. WOODWARD Lake Charles, La. Engineering Gargoyle; AIA. ROBERT D. WYNNE Engineering SAE. TANYA M. WOHL Tampa. Fla. Newcomb AEPhi; French Club. CAROL P. WOOLWINE Nashville, Tenn. Newcomb. HARRY F. YOFFEE Jax, Fla. Arts and Sciences SAM; Hillel. HARVEY R. BERT JOHN R. PETER A. SHIRLEY BEN HERBERT W. YOUNG YOUNG YOUNG YOUNG, JR. YOUNG YOUNGBLOOD ZEFFERT Springfield. Mass. New Orl cans. La. Ponchatoula, La. Engineering Monterrey, N. L., Mex. Wesson, Miss. Brooklyn. N. Y. Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Engineering ASME, Newcomb Arts and Sciences Engin eering Pred-Med; Hillel. Delta Ta u Delta. Kappa Signna; T, Arch, Kappa Kappa Gamma. ATO. KN; ASME: Pan Hel Society. lenic Council. BOB ROBERT E. FLORA MAE MARTHA ANITA FAY WILLIAM Z. ZELENY ibI MANN ZIEGLER ZILBERMANN ZINN ZISI New Orleans, L a. New Orle ans. La. New Orleans, La. New Orleans. La. Galveston, Tex. Boston, Mass. Engineering Arts and ' Sciences Newcomb Newcomb Newcomb Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Theta; Laq- La Tertulia. " Oreades; AEPhi. AEPhi. PiKA. niappes. YWCA; Gamma Delta; Math Club: TUSK. UIVDEHGHADUATES Kappa SIg Wolf vs. the Baylor Bear Chaucer Most " Certainly " Is the Best 350 Iff m [ ' VT ' T ' WITH THE WHITE SHIRT ( anellits WHITNEY NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ORLEANS Established 1883 FOR OVER 65 YEARS, THE WHITNEY HAS PRO- VIDED CONTINUOUS SERVICES TO THE BANKS AND INSTITUTIONS THAT ARE BUILDING THE SOUTH MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MERICAN industry will grow in dir ec+ proportion to the quality of our citizenry. We look to our institutions of higher learning in Louisiana to turn out graduates so trained that they can and will build the future prosperity and greatness of our state, and we expect an important share of this training to be done in The Tuiane Univer- sity of Louisiana. Louisiana State Rice Milling Company, Inc. America ' s Largest Rice Millers MAIN OFFICE: ABBEVILLE, LOUISIANA WE SPECIALIZE IN QUALITY PRODUCTS UNDER WATER MAID MAHATMA F.A.G. BRANDS wtwasict CONSULT AN EYE PHYSICIAN FOR EYE EXAMINATION BARNETT OPTICAL CORPORATION WM. J. HAGSTEHE Op+halmic Dispensers QUALITY— ACCURACY— SERVICE Ra. 4711— Ra. 7414 833 Common Sf. New Orleans 12, La. HAEMER ' S BARBER SHOP 8112 Oak Street Opposite Whitney Bank In Business Over Fifty Years Now " Air-Conditioned " For Your Comfort Solicits Your Patronage 3 Barbers in Attendance First Class Sh 36 Shine Departmeni Hours: — 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Saturdays: — - 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. OAK STREET RESTAURANT OYSTER HOUSE HOME OF FINE FOODS Home Made Chili, Sea Food, Gumbo, Fresh Oysters, Shrimp, Fish, Crabs, Chicken, and Sandwiches of All Kinds Draught Beer in Frozen Glasses Students Cordially Invited 8242 Oak St. Quincy Pace, Prop. W. H. CURTIN CO. Laboratory Apparatus Reagents Spencer and Bausch Lomb Microscopes 2800 Frenchman St. New Orleans, La. SCHNEIDER BRICK AND TILE CO., LTD. Facebrick Building Brick Clay Roofing Tile Farm Drain Tile STRUCTURAL TILE Sales Office — Raymond 2855 I 101 A Pere Marquette BIdg., New Orleans La. PLANT. Slidell, Louisiana ELM SERVICE STATION ROLAND B. ARMAND, Prop. ROAD SERVICE General Repairs — Parts — Battery Service — Ac- cessories — Tires Tubes — Tire Repairing — Washing — Greasing — Work Guaranteed 7329 Freret St., Corner Lowerline Walnut 8504 STYLISH SHOES FOR COLLEGE GIRLS YOUNG MEN ' teen-age by Buster Brown Jarmin Pedwin HAASE ' S SHOE STORE 81 19-2! Oak St. JAUBERT BROTHERS. INC. THE HOME OF JUST BETTER SHIRTS All Cotton Goods 200 Magazine St. Mag. 3995 HENRY KRAAK FLORIST 1425 ELEONORE STREET UP I ! : When Others Wouldn ' t Phone Temple 5505 DAVIS-WOOD LUMBER COMPANY, Inc. NEW ORLEANS, U. S. A. 1620 Airline Highway E. A. MclLHENNY AVERY ISLAND, LOUISIANA Grower of " Plants for the South " Specialist in Camellias, Bambco and Landscape Plants. Available: Rare Camellia Book Translation of: MONOGRAPH OF THE GENUS CAMELLIA By the Abbe Berlese and Nouvelle Iconographie Des Camellia By Verschaffelt The Tour Through " Jungle Gardens " is Educational in Itself Open from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. AUTO PAINTING AND REPAIRING CO., INC. Boyle and Oustalet 24-Hour Gas and Wrecker Service 1725 Dufossat St. — Between Dryados and Danneel Ja. 4801 Established 1904 EmileM. Bahst Company MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATIONS Heating — Industrial Piping — Plumbing 1050 Camp Street RAymond 3324 RAymond 3325 DIBERT BANCROFT AND ROSS CO.. LTD. SO YEARS IN BUSINESS IN NEW ORLEANS SUGAR MILL MACHINERY DREDGE BOAT MACHINERY STEEL CASTINGS FOR RAILROADS AND MARINE WORK STEEL, BRASS, AND IRON FOUNDRIES ROBINSON LUMBER CO. NEW ORLEANS, LA. EXPORT LUMBER Pine and Hondouran Mahogany We Ship to All Parts of the World photography unlimited 730 gravier st phone canal 4283 call us for pictures at dinners parties dances weddings GULF COAL AND COKE CO. COAL COKE FUEL OILS Ma. 1455 P.O. Box 1086 GEO. B. MATTHEWS AND SONS, INC. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Manufacturers of High Grade Horse and Mule, Dairy, Poultry Feed and Mashes ADLER ' S New Orleans ' Finest Jewelers USE QUALITY UNION COFFEE IT ' S BETTER EXTRA FLAVOR IN EVERY CUP MERCHANT COFFEE COMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS B. C. CASANAS, President GEO. E. FLETTRICH, Secretary-Treasurer CANDIES Supplied the Cafeteria by PURITY-REISS CANDY COMPANY Since 1859 M. D. KOSTMAYER GENERAL INSURANCE 709 UNITED FRUIT BUILDING Raymond 6151 COLLEGE RINGS SORORITY PINS FRATERNITY KEYS SPECIAL DESIGNS CREATED BERNARD GRUNNING " Better Jewelry " 146 Baronne Street SERVING BUSINESS INDUSTRIES SINCE 1904! Commercial Stationery — Office Furniture — Files and Filing Supplies — Printing — Lithographing — Engraving — A. B. Dick Mimeographs and A. B. Dick Supplies " Everything for your Office " DAMERON-PIERSON CO.. LTD. RAymond 1204 400 Camp Street New Orleans W N O E THE JAMES A. NOE STATION " MUTUAL BROADCASTING SYSTEM " 50.000 Watts Day 5,000 Watts Night Studi OS — St. Charles Hotel James E. Gordon, General Manager 1060 on Your Dial Ra. 0423 THE ORIGINAL P. J McMAHON SONS. INC. Gal 2141 4800 Canal Street near cemeteries Not affiliated with any other Funeral Home of similar name Jim McMahon, President Bert McMahon, Vice-President Phone CA 3619 fWA 2277 Napoleon Avenue Wharf ight Phones- WA II95-W [WA 6I0I-J Phone UP 1820 THOS. W. HOOLEY SONS Machine and Boiler Works Marine Work a Specialty 5. J. CHEATHAM UP 0876-J 1026-36 Tchoupitoulas Street NEW ORLEANS, LA. TROPICAL PRESS OFFSET— COMMERCIAL PRINTER Canal 1294 510 Camp Street NEW ORLEANS 12, LA. EDDIE SCHNEIDER N. E. ROSS DEVOE RAYNOLDS CO., INC. The First American Paint Maker Established 1754 Paints — Varnishes — Brushes — Wallpaper ART MATERIALS Raymond 7295 329 Baronne St. New Orleans 12, La. Ma 3477— Ra 6985 Ch 4792 CLIFF PROBST AUCTIONEER-REALTOR 427 Carondelet St. N. O. 12, La. • To " wn Clotkes . . . • • . Country Clotkes Town and Country 1432 St. Charles Ave. • O ' SHAUGHNESSY SERVICE, INC. 4 — Texaco Service Stations — 4 40 — Bowling Lanes — 40 101 Airline Highway LESSONS BY APPOINTMENT Temple 5577 Laboratory Apparatus and Reagent Chemica • ••• I. L um CO., Limited Established 1866 NEW ORLEANS, LA. MAJORS MEDICAL BOOKSTORES Three stores to serve you with any medical book in print. Subscriptions solicited for all medical periodicals in the English language. A full line of books is carried in stock at all times so that immediate delivery can be made. J. A. MAJORS CO. New Orleans 12 Dallas I Ailan+a 3 TULANE AND NEWCOMB STUDENTS For a lot of fun for a little money go to the Penny Arcade at 620 Canal Street next to the Tudor and Globe Theatres. hHere you can have your photograph taken automatically for 15c or for 25c you can make a recording of your voice delivered in an envelope ready for mail- ing. THE PENNY ARCADE 620 Canal Street COMFORTAIR COMPANY AIR CONDITIONING— HEATING ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS 9 I 3 Magazine St. Phone CAnal 9733 Browns fKX. CREAM DELICIOUS and NUTRITIOUS FOOD COMPLIMENTS OF UNITED FRUIT COMPANY friend ot the UlniverAitu yf COMMERCIAL RECEIVERS TRANSMITTERS SOUND EQUIPMENT A. C. DENNY RADIO SALES— SERVICE CA 6109 510-512 St. Charles St. New Orleans, La. EASTMAN KODAK STORES Incorporated EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC A Complete Line of Photographic Merchandise and Accessories 928 Canal St. New Orleans, Louisiana " LADDERS OF ALL TYPES FOR ALL PURPOSES " • Complete Stocks BALDWIN SUPPLY CO. 519 South Peters Street CAnal 9713 E. W. MARKS COMPANY WA 4122 7300 PRYTANIA STREET NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA SANITATION SUPPLIES FOR HOTELS INDUSTRIAL PLANTS, HOSPITALS, ETC. DISTRIBUTORS OF FRANKLIN RESEARCH COMPANY (Wax, Rubber Gloss Cleaner, Floor Seals, Etc.) COLGATE-PALMOLIVE-PEET COMPANY {Bulk Soap Powder, Package Bar Soap and Liquid Hand Soap) WHOLE-PRESERVED Louisiana STRAWBERRIES " The Best You Ever Tasted ' " It Pays To Play " FORMERLY " DUNLAP ' S " Specialists in all types of athletic equipment 138 Carondelet St. MAgnolia 5891 COMPLIMENTS OF FREEPORT SULPHUR CO. (Producers of Crude Sulphur) NEW ORLEANS PORT SULPHUR THE LOUBAT GLASSWARE CORK CO. Established 1875 Cooking and Serving Equipment and Supplies for Bars, Hotels, Restaurants, Cafeterias, Clubs, Hospitals and Institutions. 510-520 Bienville Street NEW ORLEANS Ma 2811 A. J. COLFRY ART TERRAZZO CO. TERRAZZO FLOORS, VESTIBULES, WAINSCOTING AND STAIRS NEW ORLEANS 12, LA. " When Better Terrazzo Is Installed, We Will Install It " INVEST YOUR SAVINGS AND EARN A GOOD DIVIDEND I TV MASSN. LET US FINANCE THE PURCHASE OF YOUR HOME GEORGE STAHLER, President A Savings Institution Since 1893 OFFICE 344 Baronne Street NEW ORLEANS JOSEPH MIRANNE, Sec.-Treas., Mgr. R. P. FARNSWDRTH cn„ INC. • . Kjenerat y onttaclor • NEW ORLEANS HOUSTON STAUSS AND HAAS Incorporated 514 CAMP STREET SELLING QUALITY TOOLS FOR OVER 42 YEARS SJ-aitn and ntearltu The Pan-American Life Insurance Company was founded on the above and is dedicated to the principles that safety to our policyowners and service to our agents comes first — Knowing that Life Insurance is based on human needs and problems we offer 66 policy plans, substandard insurance and flexible underwriting all backed by a career contract for career men — " Largest Legal Reserve Life Insurance Company in Louisiana " " Over 350 Million of Insurance in Force " For Information Contact B. B. MACFARLANE Supervisor for Louisiana I 102 Whitney BIdg. PANAMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. NEW ORLEANS U. S. A. CRAWFORD H. ELLIS, President EDWARD G. SIMMONS, Executive Vice-President EASY TO MAKE! You ' d be surprised how wonperfuU, easy it is — and how in- expensive — to make fur- niture for your own home ... to build shelves ... or to do your own repair jobs. DIXIE LUMBER COMPANY sfocks lumber and plywood for every need, in many species of woods and in various sizes and thicknesses. Call on us — we will be glad to help you with the details. DIXIE LUIVIBER COMPANY 8201 FIG STREET (I block off Carrollton Ave. Walnut 9500 As Always . . . for fine feminine apparel quA.Mcu| i. CO t LIMITED In Every Firmament One Star is always Brighter than all the Rest. In the Camera and Photographic Business in New Orleans HarCam Phvtv Supply Shvp 21 S BAR NNE ST,..NEVyVRLEANS Owned and Operated by HAR FILMS, INC. 600 BARONNE STREET New Orleans RELIGIOUS FILMS Movies — Sound Machines — Film — Film Production — Film Library FOR BEST ENGINE PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMICAL OPERATION USE AUTO-LITE RESISTOR SPARK PLUGS PLUS SHALER RISLONE AND KARBOUT " When you buy the Genuine remember where you bought it " A. S. Aloe Company " The World ' s Largest Surgical Supply House " The One Stop Source of Supply for the Physician, Hospital and Clinical Laboratory New Orleans Branch CA 7741-42-43-44 1425 TULANE AVENUE Loveliness and smartness . . . that ' s the keynote of M.B. ' s Junior Shop . . . where clothes have been selected and confirmed for their fashion-rightness by the pretty coeds of Newcomb. The leading fashion center in New Orleans for style-con- scious young women . . . season after season . . . Shop the JUNIOR SHOP, Second Floor, MAISON BLANCHE! 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YOU LIKE IT KEEP YOUR CROWD TOGETHER RIDE TECHE GREYHOUND LINES Offers convenient service daily to practically every section of the United States at astonish- ingly low prices. ATTRACTIVE RATES FOR CHARTER COACHES TONTINE ni«Tll -iM7lillHT£0 WKDOK SNIDI CLIIH COMPLETE WINDOW SHADE SERVICE We Measure We Manufacture We Install We Repaint We Clean We Repair VENETIAN BLINDS • Aluminum-Flexalum Slats • Steel-Acme Slats • Wood-Cedar or Basswood Free Estimates TONTINE SHADE SHOP Raymond 7409 1 533 Prytania Street New Orleans, Louisiana STANDARD DUPLICATORS (No Stencil - No Gelatin - No Ink) STATIONERY LOOSE LEAF FORMS BUSINESS CONTROLS, INC. 728-730 Poydras St., New Orleans, La. Phone Magnolia 1161 FOR FINE PHOTO SUPPLIES Always a complete stock of world-famous cameras and equipment, yours on easy terms. o 320 Baronne Street Opposite Public Service GULF RADIO AND TELEVISION SCHOOL Since 1925 LEARN Television Radio Electronics OPERATING COURSES: Marine — Broadcasting — ( AM-FM-Televislon) — Air- lines — Police SERVICING COURSES: Television Receivers — Home Radios (AM and FM) Auto Radios — Ship to Shore — Public Address Sys- tems — Communication Receivers — Marine Equipment Approved For Veteran Training Call-MAgnolia-3435 137 CARONDELET ST. OFFICE EQUIPMENT BUREAU Office, Bank, Library and School Equipment 614 Gravier Street NEW ORLEANS 12, LA. ASBESTONE CORPORATION Manufacturers of ASBESTOS CEMENT ROOFING SIDING NEW ORLEANS, LA. WE ARE JUST A MATTER OF HOURS FROM YOU ACCURACY All orders are carefully checked before ship- ment. PROMPTNESS Express, mail, truck and train speed our de- livery to you shortly after the order is re- ceived. FAIR DEALING Our Policy — To serve the pharmacists of Louisiana economically, fairly and to pro- mote ideas that will build business for you. McKESSON ROBBINS, Incorporated NEW ORLEANS DIVISION New Orleans 7, La. Phone RAymond 2101 I PLACE U0 CktUtiaH Ibht Exclusive with Holmes ORIGINALS MEU ORmNS ALL TULANE NEUtOMB GO TO OLD SOUTHPORT Corner Mon+icello Ave., and Oak St. WISHES SUCCESS TO THE 1949 FOOTBALL TEAM rl ERBERT ILLER Since 1919 FIRE FIGHTING HEADQUARTERS 52 I Gravier St. New Orleans COMPLIMENTS OF AUGUST GALLO 4109 Eden St. CASAMENTO ' S RESTAURANT . 7 1 30 Freret St. CHARLIE ' S RESTAURANT . .4510 Dryades St. . . . where good things need not be expensive, and inexpensive things have to be good. SodcSiouxV 110 YEARS OF FINE APPAREL FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN Greetings to the Jambalaya From TABASCO The Sauce Supreme Not only the s+andard of fine seasoning lfiroughou+ the world for more than seven+y-five years, but ono of the open secrets of master chefs! There are countless uses for TABASCO in every day dishes, but use it with discrimination — a few diops to make food tantalizing; a generous amount to make food hot. Summertime means Barbecue Time! For that extra some- thing in your barbecue sauce, try TABASCO — once tried, always used! Manufactured by MclLHENNY COMPANY AVERY ISLAND, LOUISIANA COMPLIMENTS OF STAUFFER ESHLEMAN CO., LTD. WHOLESALE HARDWARE IMPORTERS and EXPORTERS Phone MA 5621 5 1 I Canal Street New Orleans ne - " lace to o fot the 1 lamed you [ k at iJc iek 9 NEW 311 BARONNE STREET ORLEANS 12, LOUISIANA SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES ARROW SHIRTS JARMAN SHOES - O oing on i% ...then GO BY BUS Travel Southern Trailways for an economical and pleasant vacation trip. 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