Tuscaloosa High School - Black Warrior Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)
- Class of 1943
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HIS volume of the Black Wlarrior
has tried to portray a deep feeling of
gratitude to Alumni now serving our
country so courageously in the armed
In mingling the old with the new,
the Editorial Staff has endeavored to
portray the characteristic spirit of our
school, as we dream of those in the
past and prepare for a victorious fu-
As we go forth from our Alma
Mater, may we always prove Worthy
of the noblest precepts of our Alumni.
Published by the
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and Srafcfullq dedicate our
1943 BLACK zuf-muon
H. C lilliTUN PANNELL
Dr. H. C. Pannell of the University of
Alabama comes to us as successor to Dr.
Dowling. Ile is a busy executive, but his
office is always open to students, faculty
members, and friends with problems that
need his attention.
We congratulate the Board on its selection
in so capable a man! His friendly manner
and pleasing personality have already made
the students feel that they have a staunch
friend whom they may consult at any time.
Our heartiest welcome and good wishes to
you. Dr. Pannelll
HERNDON G. DCJWIJING
Our Superintendent, Dr. Dowling, has
achieved wide popularity and great success
in our midst. Under his leadership the city
schools have rapidly advanced in their meth-
ods of instructions to meet the changing
standards in the world, and our high school
has taken its place among the best of its
kind in the country. By his understanding
and wise counsel he has won a definite place
in the lives of the students.
We appreciate what he has done for us,
and we wish him the best of luck and happi-
ness in his new work as State Revenue Com-
Miss Clara L. Verner
A friend to all
The lady with a pleasing
personality, a cheery "Hello"
. and a heart of gold. That's
Our Office Helpers
Miss Susie Mae Smith, Miss
Ruby Mullenix, and Mrs. Mil-
dred Hodo are our very ca-
pable office helpers, whose
willing and never failing
services place them in the
heart of every student.
"Miss Clara" Sends Greetings to T. H. S. Alumni
Dear Boys and Girls:
To us you are still our boys and girls, often and most affectionately in
our thoughts. The vestibule of our school has become a shrine where the
chief centers of interest are crimson and black bordered panels bearing
your names. Visitors scan the lists with deep interest, and scarcely a day
passes without additions being made. Walls so adorned are hallowed walls
Beneath your names this year on homecoming day a brilliantly lighted
exhibit case displayed the trophies and loving cups that during more than
a quarter of a century you have brought home to your Alma Mater. They
celebrate your triumphs in many fields: music, journalism, and athletics.
The silver football presented by the P.-T. A. after the victory over Senn
High, Chicago, in 1926, proclaims a national championship.
Our hopes and prayers for you may be expressed best by the Fisher-
man's Benediction, anciently pronounced over departing Scandinavian
"May the Lord bless thee and keep thee, grant thee favoring winds, a
prosperous voyage, safe harbours, and stout hearts for the storm,"
CLARA L. VERNER.
Atkinson Beasley Brown Butler
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Some of the seniors have complet-
ed that task of education. They will
go and fight for the things they love
and believe in while others will stay
home and begin to make their way
in the world. There are still others
who have only completed their secon-
dary educationg they have yet to go
on to higher learning.
All of the seniors have completed
the task that they set out to do so
many years ago. They have worked
from the underdog Freshman to the
middlemen, Juniors, and on until
they reached their goal, that of the
dignified Seniors, and have received
their due respect. The cheery voices
and happy faces of these, our Seniors,
will be missed next year as they must
go on and the Juniors take over.
Prmzklwzf, ANITA APPLEYARD
V1'1'1'-I91'cs1'111'11f, TOM GRIFFITH
Sf'c1'c'1'm'y, BETSY JANE ICLAM
Ti'cfr1s111'f'1', EARL WILSON
Introduction to Junior
We, the Junior Class of
'43, have put aside the
usual pre-War activities
W i t h o u t complaint, and
with enthusiastic patriot-
ism accepted our duties in
helping to bring victory
nearer. Leaving behind a
class record of which to be
proud we have gained more
sense of responsibility and
initiative, which will en-
able us to better fulfill our
task as next year's Senior
Pires1'de1zlt, PIERCE HODNETTE Secretary, DOROTHY THORPE
Vice-President, GEORGE ALBRIGHT Treaszwefr, BETSY LAWSON
P1 CSl'df'l'IlL, TEDDY NEILSON l Sec1'eta1'y, JANE CASON
Vice-P1'esz'de11t, DOT FLEETWOOD T1'easm'e1', BILL HINTON
The Freshman Class
We entered high school
at the most crucial moment
in the history of the world.
We felt so new, so lost, so
helpless, but we wanted to
give an all-out effort to the
fight for victory, which is
carried out in every phase
of high school life. Al-
though young, we were not
too young to carry our part
of the burden, and our part
is an integral part of the
Adair, Marie . . . flowers, cute, college boys . . .
Greasepainters '41, '42, '43, Jennie Brown Hi Y
'41, '42, '43, Leaders' Club '42, '43, Garden
Club '42, Victory Corps '42, F.H.A. '41, Vice
President '42, '43, Service Club '41, '42, Hi Life
'41, Harvest Club '43, Defense Council fNu-
tritionj Chairman '43.
Aldridge, Jaclclyn . . . pug nose, black, curly hair,
gaiety . . . Greasepainters '41, Service Club '41,
'42, Leaders' Club '42, '43, President '42, Jen-
nie Brown Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Latin Club '41,
'42, Hi Life Staff '43, Harvest Club '43, Vic-
tory Corps '43, Secretary of Section '42,
Anderson, Clara . . . Cheerleader, pal of football
players, friendly . . . A Cappella Choir '41,
Glee Club '42, Head Cheerleader '43.
Appleyard, Anita . . . versatility, "Chick," repre-
sentative . . . Secretary of Section '41, C. G.
Club '41, Pep Squad '41, Service Club '41, '42,
President of Section '42, '43, Student Council
'42, '43, Who's Who '42, '43, Leaders' Club
'42, Jennie Brown Hi Y '42, '43, Spanish Club
'42, Defense Council '42, President of Senior
Class '43, F.H.A. '42, '43, President '43, Vic-
tory Corps '43, State Secretary of F.H.A., Hon-
or Society '43, Girls' State '43.
Armstrong, Palmer . . . indifferent, sleepy, but
nice . . .
Atkinson, Rebecca . . . yank, cordial, friendly . .
F.H.A. '43, Victory Corps '43.
Attwood, George . . . cute looking, Ada, girl lover
. . . Victory Corps '43.
Barton, Levern . . . timid, cute, wisecracks . . .
Baxley, 'Marjorie . . . intelligent, cute, quiet . . .
0. G. A. Club Gold Pin Award '42, Vocational
Guidance '43, Service Club '42, Harvest Club
'43, Victory Corps '43.
Beavers, Dorothy . . . jovial, haram-scaram, SWB!-It
. . . Motion Picture Committee '41, '42, '43,
Pep Squad '41, '42, '43.
Black, Leo . . . wavy haired brunette, hard worker,
bashful . . .
Bolding, Charles . . . athletic, timid, vigorous . . .
Victory Corps '43, Red Letter Club '43, Air
Cadets '42, Football Squad '42, '43.
Boothe, Opal . . . blonde hair, blue eyes, determi-
nation . . . C. G. Club '41, Leaders' Club '42,
Victory Corps '43.
Bounds, Ada Kathleen . . . majorette, constant es-
cort, petite . . . President of Section '41, Vice
President of Section '42, Secretary and Treas-
urer of Section '43, Jennie Brown Hi Y '41,
'42, '43, Spanish Club '42, Service Club '41, '42,
Greasepainters '42, '43, Black Warrior '43, Stu-
dent Council '41, Drum Majorette '42, '43, War
Stamp Committee '43, Victory Corps '43.
Boyd, Jon Ellen . . . majorette, nice smile, good gal
. . . Glee Club '41, Drum Majorette '41, '42,
Victory Co1'ps '43.
Brown, Herbert . . . "Pee Wee," science, laughter
. . . Boys' Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Science Club '41,
'42, '43, Air Cadet Club '42, Victory Corps '43.
Bruner, Martha . . . blonde, Studious, all 7'S . . .
Jennie Brown Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Service Club
'41, '42, Spanish Club '42, Victory Corps '43,
Honor Society '43.
Burnette, Mabel . . . from Birmingham, good sport,
energetic . . . Leaders' Club '42, Victory Corps
'43, Harvest Club '43.
Cabell, Ben . . . "The M-ad Mathematician," Office,
Granny . . . Biology Club '40, '41, Boys' Hi Y
'42, '43, Victory Corps '43.
Cardinal, Gordon . . . nonchalant, "Dopey," care-
free . . . Biology Club '41,, Air Cadet Club '42,
Football Squad '42, '43, Red Letter Club '43,
Victory Corps '43.
Carl, Bill . . . "Doc," popularity, artist . . . Band
'41, Who's Who '41, '43, President of Fresh-
man Class '41, Vice President of Section '43,
Challman, Francis . . "Yank," newcomer, indus-
trious . . .
Clements, Luther . . . books, glasses scientific . . .
Biology Club '41, Science Club '41, '42, '43,
Spanish Club '42, Victory Corps '43, Secretary
of Section '41, Honor Society '43.' E
Cohen, Bernice . . . silent, conscientious, dependa-
ble . . . Pep Squad '41, Victory Corps '43, Har-
vest Club '43.
Colburn, Geraldine . . . happy-go-lucky gal, pleas-
ant, married . . . F.H.A. '42, Garden Club '42,
Secretary '42, Biology Club '4 , Air Cadet
Club '42, ' ,f
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Conner, Nell . . . short, brunette, friendly smile . . .
D.O.D.E. '42, '43, Victor Corps '43.
Connaughton, Shirley . . . freckles, go-od speaker,
University at mid-term . . . Greasepainters '43,
B. 8x P. W. '43, Secretary of Section '43, Vic-
tory Corps '43, Harvest Club '43.
Corhell, Jai-neo . . . band jacket, photographer,
curly hair . . . Camera Club '41, D.O.D.E. Club
'41, '42, '43, Fire Brigade '42, '43, Black War-
rior Photographer '42, '43, Garden Club '41,
Victory Corps '43.
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Crane, David . . . basketball, shy, one of the Ritz
Brothers . . . Latin Club '42, Red Letter Club
'43, Basketball Squad '42, Football Squad '43,
Victory Corps '43, Honor Society '43.
Crawford, Leslie . . . easy-going, good-old boy, re-
served . . . D.O.D.E.
Daniel, Pete . . . "St, Peter," shorty, full of fun . . .
Treasurer of Section Room '41, '43, Science
Club '43, Biology Club '41, Victory Corps '43.
Davis, Bob . . . Antique can, artistic ability, tall
. . . Vice President of Section Room '41, Black
Warrior Art Staff '41, D.O.D.E. '42, '43, Vic-
tory Corps '43, Garden Club '41, Fire Bri-
Davis, G. W. . . . "Squirrel," athletic . . . Treasurer
of Section Room '41, Football Squad '42, '43,
Basketball Squad '42, '43, Red Letter Club '42,
Davis, Johnny . . . good-looking, nice, capable . . .
President of Section Room '41, '43, Vice Presi-
dent of Section Room '42, Science Club '43,
Victory Corps '43, Student Council '41, '43,
Assistant Fire Chief' '43.
Davis, Margaret . . . trombone, infectious, consist-
ent . . . Band '42, '43, Jennie Brown Hi Y '42,
'43, Air Cadet Club '42, War Stamp Commit-
tee '43, Service Club '43, Citizenship Club '42,
Honor Society '43.
Dement, Corinne . . . cheerleader, boys, happy . . .
Greasepainters '41, '42, Cheerleader '43, Sec-
retary of Section Room '42, Vice President of
Section Room '43, R.O.F.B. '41, '42, War Stamp
Deslattec, Lois . . . actress, winning ways, chit-chat
. . . C. G. '41, F.HA '42, Greasepainters '41,
'42, '43, Victory Corps '43
Dowling, Barbara . . . long hair, conversational,
capable . . . Greasepain-ters '41, '42, '43, Jen-
nie Brown Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Leaders' Club '43,
Air Cadet Club '42, Victory Corps '43, Har-
vest Club '43.
Duggar, Louise . . . Hi-Life, poetry, original . . .
Hi Life '40, Assistant Editor '42, Editor '43,
Latin Club '41, '42, Service Club '41, '42, Mad-
rigal Singers '43, Girls' Ensemble '43, Victory
Duncan, Louise . . . good-nlatured, naturalness, co-
operative . . . Victory Corps '43.
Dunn, Elizabeth . . . long brunette hair, demure,
pretty . . . F.H.A. '42, Victory Corps '43.
Eades, Audrey . . . likeable, cordial, home econom-
ics . . . F.H.A. '41, '42, Secretary '43, Victory
Elam, Betsy Jane . . . "Snakes," pleasing personal-
ity, pretty smile . . . Secretary of Senior Class
'43, Vice President of Section Room '43, Span-
ish Club '42, Band '41, '42, Hi Life Business
Staff '43, Homecoming Queen '43, Black War-
rior Editorial Staff '43, Who's Who '43.
Evans, Rele . . . impetuous, music, airplanes . . .
Boys' Hi Y '42, '43 ,Science Club '43, Band '41
'42, Victory Corps '43.
Farmer, Toni . . . Bass drum, big talk, friendly . . .
Band '41, '42, '43, Band Manager '43, Biology
Fehler, Bertha Ann . . . Southern drawl, "Babe,"
cute sweaters . . . President of Section '41,
Student Council '41, Greasepainters '41, '42,
'43, Leaders' Club '43, War Stamp Committee
'43, Victory Corps '43.
Fisher, Harold . . . four eyes, cut school, "Colonel
Fisher" . . . Boys' Hi Y '41, '42,
Forney, John . . . "Sack," food, "Swamp-ape" . . .
Boys' State '42, Who's Who '41, '42, '43, Am-
erican Legion Contest '43, Civitan Contest '42,
Auburn Contests '41, Capstone Debate Tourney
'41, '42, Student Council '42, '43, President '43,
Boys' Hi Y '41, '42, Vice President '43, De-
baters' Club '42, '43, President '42, Service
Club '41, '42, Fire Brigade '41, '42 '43, Assist-
ant Fire Chief '42, Latin Club '42, "Swing
Fever" '42, "The Merry Hvares" '43, "Tooth of
Shave" '41, President of Freshman Class '41,
Black Warrior Staff '41, '42, '43, Hi Life Staff
'41, '42, Victory Corps '43, Vice President of
District Hi Y '43, Civitan District Contest '43.
Freiley, James . . . football, wolf, "Mole" . . .
Football Squad '41, '42, Red Letter Club '42,
Frolich, Sidney . . . Plane geometry, specialty--new
freshmen girls . . . R.O.F.B. '41, '42, Garden
Gayle, Lucille . . . tall, good-natured, consistent
. . . Biology Club '41, R.O.F.B. '42, Garden
Club '41, Glee Club '41, '42, '43, Madrigal
Singers '42, '43.
Gentry, Alice . . . sweet, nice, capable . . . Pep
Squad '41, Biology Club '41, French Club '42,
Spanish Club '42.
Grace, Martha . . . Auburn, friendliness, college
boys . . . Greasepainters '42, '43, Office Runner
'42, Jennie Brown Hi Y '42, '43, Who's Who
'42, Drum Majorette '43, Leaders' Club '42,
'43, Secretary '42, Victory Corps '43, Honor
Graves, Joyce . . . pianist, pigtails, sweet . . . Latin
Club '42, '43, B. Kr P. W. '42, '43, Victory
Corps '43, Secretary of Section '41.
Griffin, Doris . . . quiet, studious, pretty writing
. . . F.H.A. '41, '42, '43, Secretary and Treas-
urer of Section '42, Nursing '42, Office Run-
ner '43, Harvest Club '43.
Griffith, Tom . . . deep voice, dramatic, Senior
English scholar . . . President of Section '41,
'42, Madrigal Singers '41, '42, '43, Grease-
painters '41, '42, Vice President '43, Boys' Hi
Y '41, '42, '43, Honor Society '43.
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Halcomb, Johnnie Lee . . . Athletic, clean cut, po-
lite . . . President of Section '43, Student Coun-
cil '43, Band '41, '42, '43, Basketball Team
'41, '42, '43, Fire Chief '42, '43, Honor So-
ciety '43, Red Letter Club '42, '43, Football
Hale, Dayton . . . bicycle, half-pint, brilliance . . .
Boys' Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Science Club '42, '43,
Spanish Club '42, Honor Society '43.
Hall, Sara . . . black eyes, cute clothes, majorette
. . . Section Program Chairman '41, Hi Life
Staff '42, '43, Band '41, Majorette '42, Science
Hardin, Inez . . . slim, energetic, independent . . .
Harvest Club '43, F.H.A. '43, Glee Club '43,
Garden Club '42, Victory Corps '43.
Harper, Louise . . . clarinet, little, cute smile . . .
Vice President of Section '41, Secretary of Sec-
tion '43, Victory Corps '43, Office Runner '41,
'42, Service Club '41, '42, B. 8z P. W. '43,
Jennie Brown Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Band '41, '42,
'43, Citizenship Club '42, Honor Society '43.
Hasty, Fred . . . band, mathematics genius, con-
genial. . . Band '41, '42, '43.
Henderson, James . . . Athletic, tries to live up to
brother Bill's reputation . . . Football Team '42,
'43, Basketball Team '42, '43.
Hendrix, Ben . . . bank, airplanes, faithful B-oy
Scout . . . Boys' State '42, Science Club '43,
R.O.F.B. '42, Band '41, '42, '43, Defense Coun-
Herrien, Marcine . . . curly hair, nonchalant, in-
dustrious . . .
Herrington, Edwin . . . friendly, cheerful, nice per-
sonality . . . Garden Club '42, Air Cadets Club
'42, Harvest Club '43.
Hickman, Myra . . . "blondie," boys, Senior English
genius . . . Vice President of Section '41, Band
'41, '42, '43, Service Club '41, Latin Club '41,
Hodo, Mildred . . . reserved-she's a Mrs., con-
genial . . . D.O.D.E. '42, '43, B. Sz P. W. '43,
Victory Corps '43, Office Helper '43, Honor
Holdsombeck, Sam . . . studious, agreeable, good
boy . . . Boys' Hi Y '41, '42, '43.
Howell, Katherine . . . Winsome creature, Jimmy,
short pretty hair . . . Vice President of Section
'42, Spanish Club '42, W-ar Stamp Committee
'43, Victory Corps '43, Who's Who '43.
Hudgins, Joyce . . . college boys, fun, cordial . . .
Garden Club '41, '42, F.H.A. '41, Victory Corps
'43, Leaders' Club '43, Harvest Club '43.
Hughes, Dorothy . . . likeable, easy-going, cute . . .
Jennie Brown Hi Y '41, '42, '43, F.H.A. '41, '42.
Hullet Bill . . , Bell, down the road a piece, another
Ritz Brother . . . Boys' Hi Y '42, '43, D.0.D.E.
Hullett, Jack . . . "Professor," original wit, smart
as a whip . . . President of Section '42, Student
Council '42, Vice President '43, Latin Club '41,
'42, R.O.F.B. '41, '42, Boys' Hi Y '42, '43,
Spanish Club '42, Hi Life Staff '42, '43,
Greasepainters '43, Honor Society '43.
Ingle, Margaret Ann . . . Physical Ed, pleasant,
conversational . . . Garden Club '41, Leaders'
James, Josephine . . . air cadets, lipstick, likes pretty
James, Marion . . . "gab," mismated socks, nice to
everyone . . . Greasepainters '41, '42, '43, Lead-
ers' Club '42, '43, Jennie Brown Hi Y '42, '43,
Black Warrior Staff '42, '43, Victory Corps
'43, Honor Society '43.
Johnson, Billie Fred . . . pretty hair, blonde, fun
. . . President of Section '41, Vice President
'43, Secretary '42, Secretary of Biology Club
'41, Student Council '41, Spanish Club '42,
Victory Corps '43.
Johnston, Raymond . . . "Hoot," smart, Senior Eng'-
glish whiz . . . President of Section '41, Treas-
urer '42, Student Council '41, Biology Club '41,
Jones, A. D .... quiet, tall and thin, prompt . .
Band '41, '42, '43.
Jones, Fredericka . . . sweater girl, perfume, poise
. . . Vice President of Section '41, Black War-
rior Staff '41, Assistant Business Manager '42,
Business Manager '43, Spanish Club '42, Jen-
nie Brown Hi Y '42, '43.
Kidder, David . . . brains, scientist, meek . . . Boys'
Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Science Club '42, '43, Span-
ish Club '42.
Kincaid Betty . . . primping, popular with Fresh-
men-especially the boys . . . Garden Club '41,
Leaders' Club '41, Harvest Club '42, Biology
Club '41, Air Cadets '42.
Koster, Gene . . . business ability, ambitious, lots
of fun . . . Treasurer of Section '41, Latin
Club '41, '42, Hi Life Staff '41, '42, '43, Busi-
ness Manager '43, Jennie Brown Hi Y '41, '42,
'43, Treasurer '43, Who's Who '42, '43, Black
Warrior Editorial Staff '43, Honor Society '43.
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A. D. Jwzes
Koster, Margaret . . . polished manners, curly black
hair, music . . . Secretary of Section '41, Latin
Club '41, '42, Secretary '42, Hi Life Staff '41,
'42, '43, Jennie Brown Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Black
Warrfor Staff '41, '42, '43, Spanish Club '42,
Service Club '41, '42, Leaders' Club '43, Who's
Who '42, '43, Honor Society '43, "Miss Tusca-
loosa High" '42.
Kyser, Esther . . . pretty, housewife, blue eyes . . .
Secretary of Section '41, '43, A Cappella Choir
'41, '42, Madrigal Singers '42, Victory Corps
'43, Chairman of Section Scrap Drive '43,
Lewis, Fred . . . bushv hair, great brain, Monnish
Drive . . . Latin Club '41, '42, Treasurer '42,
Hi Life Staff '42, '43, Black Warrior Staff '42,
Greasepainters '42, '43, President '43, Debaters'
Club '42, Victory Corps '43, Honor Society '43.
Littlefield, J. T .... school genius, well-modulated
voice, radio . . . Latin Club '41, '42, Boys' Hi Y
'41, '42, Treasurer '43, Science Club '42, Sec-
retary '43, Student Council '43, Honor So-
Madison, Jimmie . . . "Mouth," Gordo. arguments
. . . Red Letter Club '42, '43, Football Squad
'41, '42, '43.
Martin, Benny . . . Dawn Patrol, quiet, blonde . . .
Glee Club '41, '42, '43, Victory Corps '43.
Matthews, Maxine . . . True to the Air Corps, nurse,
blonde . . .
McAllister, Juanita . . . gossip-gal, office runner,
smiles . . . Biology Club '41, Pep Squad '41,
Spanish Club '41, Fire Brigade '40, F.H.A. '42,
'43, Office Runner '43, Hi Life Staff '42, '43.
McCracken, Dewey . . . sports, blondes. football
jacket . . . Red Letter Club '41, '42, '43, Foot-
ball Squad '42, Basketball Squad '43, Manager
of Football Team '41, '42,
McCray, Sara Louise . . . curls, dainty, little . .
Biology Club '41, Victory Corps '43.
MeGiffert, Townley . . . debater, opinion, congen-
ial . . . Greasepainters '41, '42, '43, Debate
Squad '42, '43, County Winner of Civitan Con-
test '41, Second Place in District of' Birming-
ham News Contest '42, Student Council '43,
President of Section '43, Boys Hi Y '41, '42,
'43, Band '41, '42, '43, Hi Life Staff '43, Black
Warrior Staff '43, Boys' State Representative
'43, Third Brigade Fire Chief '43, Service Club
'41, District Birmingham News Contest Winner
McGraw, Lila . . . all-around, likable, football boys
. . . Vice President of Section '41, Leaders'
Club '41, '43, President '41, Who's Who '41,
'42, '43, Secretary of Section '43.
Mims, Randolph . . . artistic ability, sportsmanship,
popularity . . . Football Squad '41, '42, '43,
Captain of Team '43, Red Letter Club '42, '43,
Black Warrior Staff '43.
Mims, Ruth . . . 7's, money manager, quiet . . .
Latin Club '41, '42, R.O.F.B. '42, '43, Leaders'
Club '42, Vocational Guidance Club '43, Sec-
retary of Vocational Guidance Club '43, War
Stamp Committee '43, Secretary of Section '41,
Treasurer of Section '42, Service Club '41, '42,
'43, Citizenship Club '42, Victory Corps '43.
Moore, Mary Lee . . . full of fun, short, laughter
President of Section '41, Leaders' Club '42,
Treasurer of Section '43, R.O.F.B. '41, '42, '43,
Morrison, Billy . . . characteristic walk, "Body the
Dumbo," a devoted Senior Math student . . .
Boys' Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Biology Club '41, Vic-
tory Corps '43.
Nedoss, Marilyn . . . clothes, long curly hair, clari-
net . . . Latin Club '41, '42, Band '42, '43.
New, Billy . . . "Shorty," quiet, cute smile . . . Vic-
tory Corps '43, Motion Picture Committee '42,
Noland, Frances . . . studious, pretty hair, nice
figure . . . Greasepainters '41, '42, '43, Secre-
tary '43, Service Club '41, '42, Citizenship Club
'42, Hi Life Staff '43.
Norton, Larry . . . scientific genius, loud shirts,
good 'ole boy . . . Biology Club '41, President
'41, Latin Club '41, '42, Boys' Hi Y '42, '43,
Science Club '42, '43, Treasurer '43, Service
Club '42, '43, Vice President of Section '42,
'43, Honor Society '43.
Norton, Mary Anne . . . pretty hands. characteris-
tic walk, cute . . . Greasepainter '41, '42, '43,
Hi Life Staff '41, '42, '43, Who's Who '41,
Black Warrior Staff '41, '42, '43, Freshman
Editor '41, Junior Editor '42, Senior Editor '43,
Jennie Brown Hi Y '41, '42, '43, President '43,
Service Club '41, '42, '43, Library Staff '41,
Pep Squad '43, Victory Corps '43, Harvest
Club '43, Air Cad-ets '43, Honor Society '43.
Parker, Alsey . . . airplanes, dark complexion, bas-
ketball . . . Camera Club '41: Science Club '43,
Victory Corps '43, Basketball Squad '43.
Partlow, llouise . . . sincerity, p-opularity, good stu-
dent . . . Service Club '41, '42, '43, Latin Club
'41, '42, Vice President '41, President '42,
President of' Section '41: Vice President of Sec-
tion '43, Jennie Brown Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Vice
President '42, Secretary '43, Secretary of Re-
gional District of Hi Y '43, Band '41, '42, Hi
Life Staff '41, '42, Leaders' Club '43, Presi-
dent '43, Group Leader '43, Who's Who '41,
Greasepainters '41, '42, Treasurer '42, Vice
President of Juni-or Class '42, Victory Corps
'43, Citizenship Club '42, Honor Society '43,
Assistant Editor of Black Warrior '42, Editor of
Black Warrior '43, D. A. R. Good Citizenship
Patton, Frank . . . "Casanova," friendliness, Dawn
Patrol . . . Vice President of Section '41, Boys'
Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Service Club '41, '43, Biol-
ogy Club '41, Greasepainters '42, '43, President
of Section '43, Student Council '43, "Merry
Hares" '43, Football Squad '43.
Pharr, Sara Nell . . . good fun, lik-able, sincere . . .
Library Staff '42, '43, Greasepainters '41, '42,
'43, Jennie Brown Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Leaders'
Club '43, Service Club '41, '42, Honor So-
Phillips, Ed . . . "Stringbean," cheerful, good work-
er . . . D.O.D.E. Club '42, '43, Madrigal Singers
Phillips, Eunice . . . band, black hair, frank . .
Band '41, '42, '43.
Phillips, Rona Mae . . . beauty, popularity, spon-
sor . . . Girls' Ensemble '42, Madrigal Singers
'41, '42, Biology Club '41, Football Sponsor '43.
Jim in ie
J. T. Littlefield
Sara Louise MeCray
Mary Lee Moore
Mary Anne Norton
Sara Nell Plzarr
Rona Mae Phillips
-L'-'f ,kr -
Porter, Betty . . . knitting, "Peachie," college boys
. . . Secretary of Section '41, Black Warrior
Staff '41, '42, Hi Life Staff '41, C. G. Club '41,
Latin Club '42, Leaders' Club '43, Jennie Brown
Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Service Club '41.
Price, Betty Jane . . . friendliness, bows, Selma
. . . Greasepainters '41 '42, '43, Black Warrior
Staff '41, '42, Secretary of Section '42, Jennie
Brown Hi Y '41, '42, '43, C. G. Club '41, Vic-
tory Corps '43.
Price, Margaret . . . generous, sweet disposition,
7's . . . Victory Corps '43, Library Staff '43,
Honor Society '43.
Quinn, Rayden . . . "Speedy," Mobile gals,
"Peachie" . . . Secretary of Section '41, Grease-
painters '41, '42, '43, Service Club '41, '42,
Boys' Hi Y '41, '42, Secretary '43, Auburn
Delegate '41, Student Council '42, Band '42,
'43, Victory Corps '43, President of Section '42.
Ray, Ruth . . . beauty, soldiers, artistic . . . F.H.A.
l '41, '42.
Richardson, Fredericka . . . half-pint, smart, trum-
pet music lover . . . Greasepainters '41, '42,
'43, Jennie Brown Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Service
. Club '41, '42, Band '42, Hi Life Staff '42, '43,
Office Runner '43, Victory Corps '43, Honor
Robinson, Juanita . . . pompadour, boys, fun . . .
Bl0l0g'y Club '41, Black Warrior Staff '41, Glee
Club '41, '42, Leaders' Club '41, '42, Drum
Rodenberry, James . . . band, likeable, wise-cracker
. . . Band '41, '42, '43, Stamp Committee '43.
E' Rowe Betty . . . dependable, horses, jolly . . . Biol-
ogy Club '41, Jennie Brown Hi Y '41, '42, '43,
Hi Life Staff '41, '42, '43, Black Warrior Staff
'43, Latin Club '41, '42, Library Staff '43,
Service Club '41, '42, Victory Corps '43, Hon-
or Society '43.
Samuel, Carolyn . . . flirt, lots of fun, "flippant"
Hi Life Staff '41, '42, '43, Bla k Warrior Staff
'42, '43, Jennie Brown Hi Y 'A, '42, '43, C. G.
Club '41, Latin Club '41, '42, Greasepainters
'41, '42, '43.
Scarborough, Darnell . . . "Casanova," good dancer,
congenial . . . Glee Club '41, '42, '43, Madrigal
Singers '41, '42, '43, Mixed Ensemble '41, '42,
'43, Boys' Ensemble '42.
Sehueuler, Doris . . . long blonde hair, pleasing dis-
position, smile . . . Jennie Brown Hi Y '42, '43,
Victory Corps '42, Service Club '42, '43, Honor
Shultz, Rudy . . . newcomer, university, friendly . .
Shamblin, Dori: . . . popular, brainy, "Olice Oyl"
. . . Band '41, '42, Latin Club '41, '42, Jennie
Brown Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Hi Life Business Staff
'41, Hi Life Editorial Staff '42, '43, Who's
Who '41, Service Club '41, '42, Victory Corps
'43, Honor Society '43.
Shurrette, Betty . . . saxophone, red curls, little . . .
Band '41, '42, '43, War Stamp Committee '43.
Simmons, Hazel . . . independent, fun, sweet . .
A Cappella Choir '41, '42, '43.
Sims, Mary Louise . . . pleasant, cute, dignified . . .
Victory Corps '43.
Smith, Burton . . . beautiful hair, exotic, cute
clothes . . . Hi Life Staff '41, '42, '43, Grease-
painters '41, '42, '43, Black Warrior Editorial
Staff '42, '43, Black Warrior Business Staff '41,
Spanish Club '42, Victory Corps '42,
Smith, lvy . . . "Toby," "Little Willie."
Smith, Juanita . . . drummer girl, attractive, ca-
pable . . . Band '41, '42, '43, Victory Corps '43.
Smith, Rush . . . navy man, tux, ladies' man . . .
Boys' Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Biology Club '42, Har-
vest Club '43, Band '41, '42, '43, Victory
Smith, W. D .... motorcycle, expression, loyalty . . .
D.0.D.E. Club '42, '43, Madrigal Singers '42,
A Cappella Choir '41, '43, R.O.F.B. '41, '42,
Snipes, Ina Faith . . . good music, thorough, de-
pendable . . .
Stone, Clara . . . friendly, jovial, good student . . .
Victory Corps '43.
Storey, Frank . . . beanies, conscientious, talkative
. . . Sports Editor of Hi Life '43, Air Cadets
Club '42, Greasepainters '42, '43, Fire Brigade
'42, '43, Spanish Club '42.
Sullivan, Elaine . . . song-bird, pretty hair, Lily
Pons . . . Secretary of Section '43, Grease-
painters '41, '42, '43, Girls' Sextette '41, '42,
'43, Hi Life Staff' '43, A Cappella Choir '41,
Madrigal Singers '42, '43, Leaders' Club '42,
Service Club '41, '42, Citizenship Club '42,
Honor Society '43.
Sumner, Dorothy . . . friendly, go-od worker, help-
ful . . . Pep Squad '41, Spanish Club '42, Jen-
nie Brown Hi Y '42, '43, Library Staff '43,
Swindle, Dorothy . . . Johnny Lee, University, re-
serve . . . Band '41, '42, '43, All State "B"
Band '42, C. G. Club '41, Treasurer of Section
'43, Honor Society '43.
Hlrzry Louisf' Sims
IV. D. Smith
Ina Fuitlz Snipes
Taliaferro, Jackie . . . cute lil' figure, tardy, Mort
Greasepainters '41, '42, '43, Hi Life Staff' '41,
'42, Black Warrior Staff '41, '42, Spanish Club
'42, Victory Corps '43.
Tatum, Mary Margaret . . . musical ability, curls,
meek . . . Band '41, '42, '43, Jennie Brown Hi
Y '41, '42, '43, War Stamp Committee, '43,
Spanish Club '42, Student Council '41, Service
Club '41, Honor Society '43.
Taylor, Marjorie . . . gossip, low voice, expressive
. . . R.O.F.B. '43, Leaders' Club '43, Victory
Terry, Thomas . . . draftee, Cabel, "push-its" . . .
Vice President of Section '42, Motion Picture
Committee '41, '42, Hi Life Staff '43.
Thames, Virginia . . . complimentary, friendly, gum
. . . A Cappella Choir '43.
Thomas, Oliver . . . "Ollie," moody, Pinehurst,
Whistler . . . Secretary of Class '40, '41, Fire
Brigade '41, '42, President of Class '42, Vice
President of Science Club '41, '43, President
of Science Club '43, Boys Hi Y '43, Vice Presi-
dent of Student Council '42, '43.
Tillman, Doris . . . blonde, clarinet, good typist . . .
Service Club '41, Band '4l,n'42, '43, Leaders'
Club '42, D.O.D.E. Club '43.
Thrower, Lula Anne . . . out-of-town boys, full of
fun, slender . . . R.O.F.B. '41, Band '42, '43,
Motion Picture Committee '42.
Toler, Deuie . . . twin, naturalness, calm . . .
Toler, Enie . . . twin, cooperative, good-natured . . .
Townsend, Louise . . . music, pretty, Mrs. Sham-
blin's standby . . . R.O.F.B. '41, '42, '43, Sec-
retary of Leaders' Club '43, Madrigal Singers
'41, '42, '43, Girls' Ensemble '42, '43, Service
Club '41, '42, Honor Society '43.
Turner, Edna T .... reserved, just-so hair, good
grades . . . Pep Squad '41, Consumer Girls '40,
'41, President of Section '42, Vice President of
Section '41, Vocational Guidance Club '41,
Treasurer '43, Secretary of Section '40, Girls'
Ensemble '42, '43, Madrigal Singers '42, '43.
Veal, Ron . . . "Veal Chops," friendly, congenial
. . . R.O.F.B. '41, Boys' Hi Y '41, '42, Science
Walker, Annie Lou . . . blonde, lively, laughter . . .
F.H,A. '41, '42, '43, R.O.F.B. '41, '42, '43,
Garden Club '42, Motion Picture Committee
'42, Library Staff '43.
Walters, Kathleen . . . likable, enthusiastic, care-
free . . . F.H,A. '42, Motion Picture Commit-
Ward, Pete . . . fistic ability, razor blades, witty
. . . Hi Life Staff '42, '43, Boys' Hi Y '41, '42,
Way, Nedra . . . brunette beauty, cute clothes, U.
of A. gal . . . Greasepainters '41, Treasurer '42,
'43, Jennie Brown Hi Y '42, '43, Library Staff
'41, '43, Student Council '42, President of
Section '42, Vice President of Section '43,
Honor Society '43.
Wells, Lorie . . . navy man, handsome, generous
. . . Band '41, '42, Spanish Club '42, Boys' Hi
Y '41, '42, '43.
White, Jimmy . . . rest, infectious laugh, artistic
. . . Secretary of Section '43, Greasepainters
'42, '43, Boys' Hi Y '42, '43, Hi Life Staff '42,
'43, President of Section '42, Black Warrior
Staff '42, Student Council '42, Debaters' Club
Willmon, Nell . . . sedate, pleasing smile, reserve
. . . F.H.A. '42, R.O.F.B. '42, Vocational Guid-
ance Club '42, '43, War Stamp Committee '43,
Girls' Ensemble '43, Pep Squad '41,
Wilson, Earl . . . "Wop," one of the Ritz Brothers,
coal black hair . . . R.O.F.B. '41, Biology Club
'41, President of Section '42, Student Council
'42, President of Section '43, Treasurer of Sen-
ior Class '43, Student Council '43, Photography
Wilson, Mary Evelyn . . . meek, long pretty hair,
"My Buddy" . . . Treasurer of Section '41,
Treasurer of Freshman Class '41: Band '41,
'42, Treasurer of Section '43: Treasurer of
Student Council '43, Who's Who '42, Motion
Picture Committee '43.
Winston, Henry . . . howling Hank, scatterbrains,
winning ways . . . Secretary of Section '41, Bi-
ology Club '41, Vice President of Secti-on '42,
Boys' Hi Y '42, '43, Basketball Squad '42, '43,
Treasurer of Section '43.
Wolfe, Harry . . . victim of Sr. English, indiffer-
ent, timid . . .
Wood, Betty Louise . . . modesty, attractive, easy-
going . . . Spanish Club '42, Vocational Guid-
ance Club '43, Victory Corps '43, Honor So-
Wood, Peggy Ann . . . lots of fun, petite, big smile
. . . Girls' Ensemble '43, Latin Club '42, Madri-
gal Singers '43, Pep Squad '41, Honor So-
Wood, Thomas Earl . . . kind, poise, little . . Band
'41, '42, '43, Motion Picture Committee '42,
Wooldridge, Bob . . . God's Gift to Women, deter-
mined, President of Dawn Patrol . . . President
of Section '41, Student Council '41, Cheer-
leader '42, '43, Boys' Hi Y '41, '42, '43, Who's
Who '42, '43, Treasurer of Junior Class '42,
Debater '43, Fire Brigade '42, '43.
Wright, Doris . . . sedate, brunette, lipstick . . .
Wright, Willena . . . music, jokes, sweet . . . Latin
Club '41, '42, Biology Club '41, Leaders' Club
'43, Honor Society '43.
Yeatman, Annie Mae ...N courteous, independent,
industrious . . . Band '43.
Daffron, Bobby . . . capable, nice, pleasant . ., .
Garden Club '41, Harvest Club '43, Victory
Jlury lllurguref Tatum
Lulu Anne Tlzrower
Erlnu T. Turner
Annie Lou Wullfer
.Vary Evelyn Wilson
Belly Louisv U'00d
Peggy Ann Wood
Tlzonzus E. Wood
Annie Mae Yvrlfnzan
Section Il - l
Bill Curtiss ..... President
George Albright . Vice-Pres.
Catherine Push . Sec'y-Trezxs.
First l'1lIl'.' Hrown, Alston,
Avery, Ernest, Avery. Elton,
Barton, B r y il n t , Hartee,
Second ron-.' Curtiss, Babb,
Cooper, Carter, Cash, Huck,
Third row: Belk, Bowen,
Herryhill, Albright, limeli-
ncll, Brown, Clark.
Abscnl: Harlow, Fauble, Col-
Section II - 2
Harvey Edwards . President
Don Fisher .... Vice-Pres.
Audrey Gust .... Sec1'etary
Betty Gilbert . . . Treasurer
First ronx' Cornelius, Ed-
wards. E., Evans, Fellows,
Gast, Graham, Franklin, du
Second rolr: Farr, Dockery.
Copeland, Rice, Ellis, Cum-
Third Voir: Edwards, H.,
Cudworth, Darby, Farabee,
Fitts, Dugins, Culberson.
Absent: Culpepper, Davis,
Dunn, Edgeworth, E l 21 ni .
Gaddis, Garner, Gilbert, Du-
Section II - 3
Pierce Hodnette . . President
Chris Kyle .... Vice-Pres.
Melvin Johnson . . Secretary
Elizabeth Jaudon . Treasurer
First rozr: Howton, Hughes.
M., Kizzire, Hearn, Gresham.
Hutchins, E. M., Johnston.
Second row: Johnson, Hod-
nette, Hicks, Robert, Hanley
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Hobson, Hairless. Hughes, J.
Fourflz J'0H'.' Kirkley, Holder
Hutchins. G, llilburn, Hicks
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FEATS an DEFEATS
The T. H. S. gridders opened their '42 season by meeting the Pickens County eleven
on Van de Graaff field. T. H. S. started rolling early in the game, when Bear backfield
ace, Lewis Ball, took the ball on the first play from scrimmage and ran 65 yards for a
touchdown. The Tuscaloosa eleven could not be stopped, and they pushed across a score
in every period of the game. Pickens' only score came late in the fourth period, when
Roger Simpson caught a sixteen-yard pass for the visitor's score. The final score was
T, H. S. 26 - Pickens County 6. Ball, Pearson and Freiley were outstanding for the
Black Bears, while Simpson and Elmore were the loserls main threats.
The lllaek llears played host to the
Holt lronnien for their second con-
test of the season. This was the thir-
teenth contest between these two
teams, and both were out for victory.
Roth teams played swell defensive
football, but neither was able to cross
the otber's goal line. Although the
game was recorded as a scoreless tie,
the Bears had the edge in the statis-
tics. The Bears made four first downs
while holding Holt to only two, and
the T. ILS. team gained a total of
seventy yards from scrimmage. Holt
could advance only sixteen yards.
Captain Randolph Minis, Frank Cum-
mings and G. W. Davis were the stars
for T. ll. S.
Columbus to engage the Columbus
Generals. VVith an entirely new back-
field and a revised line starting the
game, the Bears looked as if they
were going to take a terrible beating
from the much heavier Columbus
team. The Columbus eleven crossed
the goal twice in the first half and
twice in the second half to win the
game 24-0, but the Black Bears had
put up a scrappy game and had made
the visitors work hard for every score.
VVhile the Bears did not score they
did move the ball within the Columbus
twenty-yard line several times, but
lacked the power to score. For a crip-
pled team, the Bears played well and
we were proud of them, even in de-
With five of its first string players
unable to play because of injuries re-
ceived in the previous games, the
T.ll.S. football team journeyed to
COACH FRANK KENDALL
Firsl 1-ou'.' Minis, Curtis, Freiley, Holding, Sexton, Cummings, Kirkley, Halcomb. '
Sm-mul roui: Nix, Spradley, Pearson, Graves, Albright, Watts, Madison, Walker. Cardinal.
Third rouu' Coach Frank Kendall, Cox, Stewart, Carl, O'Neal, Shultz, Henderson, Lett, McGraw, Champagne.
Ifoiu-Ili row: Wilson, lVlcCracken, Davis, Varner, Holley, Nash, Mills, Christian, and Robert Lee Sexton, manager of the teal'
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For their fourth game of the season the Black
Bears traveled to the capitol city of Montgomery
to engage the Sidney Lanier Poets. The Bears, still
crippled with injuries, suffered their worst defeat
of the season at the hands of the Poets. The Poets
started with plenty of power at the opening game,
and did not stop until they had scored thirty-four
points, holding the Bears sco1'eless. The victors piled
up two hundred and thirty yards from scrimmage,
while holding the Bears to a minus sixteen. The
T. H. S. boys we1'e never able to get their offensive
going, and could not put up much defense against
the powerful Poets.
A crippled but inspired T. H. S. eleven met their
traditional rivals, the County High Wildcats, at Van
de Graaff field on October 16. The inspired Tusca-
loosa team tamed the Wildcats in every respect and
won the game 6-0. The Bears made their winning
touchdown in the second period. After a sustained
drive had taken them to the 'Cat eighteen-yard line,
Gene Pearson took the ball and galloped the remain-
ing eighteen ya1'ds for the Bear SC01'G. The Bears
won only by one touchdown, but the1'e was no ques-
tion as to the superior team on the field that night.
The Bears got a quick jump on the Wildcats and
with Cummings, Bear guard, placing punts deep
into County High territory, kept the 'Cats well away
from the Bear goal during most of the game. Gene
Pearson sparked the Bear backfield while Freiley,
Kirkley, and Mims led the line play for the Bea1's.
The T. H. S. team, fighting with the spirit of real
Black Bears, held a strong Anniston eleven to four-
teen points, but were unable to cross the goal mark-
er, and lost a hard fought game to the Bulldogs,
14-0. The Bears' defensive play was probably the
best of the season in this game. The Bulldogs, time
and time again, drove deeply into Black Bear terri-
tory, but the Bears with grim determination, fought
back and allowed them to cross the line only twice.
The line play of Halcomb, Mims, Kirkley, and Crane
was outstanding for the Bears. With the Bulldogs
rated a 20 or 25 point winner before game time, we,
around T.H. S., are proud of the swell game our
team played against Anniston. One thing certain,
the Bulldogs knew they had played a tough ball
club after the game with T. H. S.
Displaying plenty of offensive power, the Black
Bears downed the Brookwood Panthers 32-0. Lewis
Ball scored three of the Bear touchdowns, while
Gene Pearson and G. W. Davis collected the other
two. The victorious Bears made two hundred and
forty-three yards rushing, and collected fourteen
first downs-holding Brookwood to four. The Bears
won this game with ease, and Coach Kendall let his
entire squad take part in the game, using second
and third stringers during most of the game.
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RANDOLPH MIMS, Captain
RANDOLPH MIMS, Captain fEndJ-"Randy" led the
Bears through the '42 season, and led them well.
Mims was not an outstanding pass receiver, but his
defensive play was plenty good. He is now playing
for a larger team-Uncle Sam's Army.
BILL CURTIS-Curtis, along with Kirkley, held down
the first string tackles in the Bear line and was
cited several times for his outstanding line play.
LEWIS BALL-"Greasy" was the Bear high scorer
for the past season. Ball was a hard, fast runner
that opposing lines hated to meet.
JACK KIRKLEY-Playing his second year for T.H.S.,
Jack did over his share of work in the Bear forward
wall. T. H. S. will lose a valuable man if Kirkley
does not come back next year.
BILL CURTIS LEWIS BALL JACK KIRKLEY
C1m1viPAr:Na, MADISKPN, Cuivnviinos, FREILEY, CARDINAL
FRANK CuMM1N1:s AND JAMEs FRE1Li-:Y-t'Pe-
dro" and "Fritz" were by far the leading line-
men of the Bears. Both missed some action
because of injuries, but when they were both
in the lineup, opposing teams were plenty W01'-
ried by these two crashing guards.
DAVID CRANE!-D21Vlfl, a newcomer to T. H.S..
made an outstanding record for his first year
of football. Crane alternated at center, guard,
and tackle, and p1'oved himself a dependable
lineman throughout the whole season.
CIIARLES Bo1.n1No-Charles was the ball snap-
per for the Bears, and his play at center was
a credit to himself and to the team.
On Friday the thirteenth, the Black
Bears tangled with the Bessemer Tig-
ers, and it seems that "Iii" is the
Bears' unlucky number. Holding a
13-155 tie with the Tigers at the half,
and having an edge in the statistics,
the Bears let the Tigers push twelve
points over in the last half, and lost
the game 24 to 13. Gene Pearson
scored the first touchdown of the
game for the Bears, and Charles Bold-
ing intercepted a Tiger pass and
scored the other Bear touchdown. But
in the second half it was all Bessemer,
and defeat for the Bears. The T.H.S.
team was doing all right until they
reached the number "IES" on Friday
For their final game of the season
the Tuscaloosa Black Bear football
team traveled to Selma for their game
with the Selma Tigers. For the first
period the Bears made a real game
of it and held the Tigers scoreless.
Then the old injury jinx, which was
with Tuscaloosa all season, began
taking Bear players f1'om the game.
JAMES MADISKJN, GORDON CARDINAL, ELBERT
Nix AND Gaonom WALKER-These boys did not
get the starting position often, but they earned
their letter and dese1've special praise for their
service during the season. They were classed
as second stringers, but saw much action all
season. and filled in well for injured Bear
linemen in many games.
ED STORY-Ed started the season for the Bears
at the blocking back position, but was taken
out of the lineup because of an operation, and
did not return until the last of the season.
While he played only a short time for the
Bears, his blocking ability and defense play
won him a letter and praiseworthy mention.
CRANE, Bo1,D1NG, CUMMINGS, FREILEY TH,RT,,
Freiley and Storey were injured and
had to be taken out of this game.
Taking advantage of this the Tigers
pushed over twenty points in the sec-
ond period and came back to score
twelve in the final half, winning the
game 32-0. Although Selma won by a
large score, they did not show very
much power, doing most of their scor-
ing with passes. Bear linemen, though
defeated, played a bang-up game.
Special credit goes to Gordon Cardi-
nal, substitute Bear guard, who was
a constant threat to the Selma backs,
and played a good game despite a
Three wins, five losses, and one tie
was the record of the 1942 T.H.S.
grid team. This record could have
been better, but it has been worse.
Considering the fact that old man in-
jury stayed with them all year, we
felt that the team did well. We sa-
lute Coach Frank Kendall and each
Black Bear played for the fine spirit
they have shown all season. It is such
fighting spirit as this that makes the
Black Bears a highly respected 'op-
ponent year after year.
W. T. WATTS-Watts alternated with Lewis
Ball at the fullback position this season, and
is counted on to carry the pigskin again for
the Bears next season.
DEWEY MCCRACKEN, Tnoivms GRAVES AND
GEQRGE ALBRIGHT-These three Black Bears,
along with Watts, made up the second string
Bear backfield. This combination worked well
in several games for the Bears, and since the
Bear backfield was reorganized several times,
each of these boys did more than their share
of ball carrying.
PEARsoN, WATTS, ALBRIGHT, SPRADLEY
G. W. DAVIS-This fleetfooted Bear back was
hampered by injuries part of the season, but
in several games he thrilled the crowd and
chalked up needed yards for the team, by
breaking through opposing linemen for con-
Our Sincere Thanks to the Bear Subs
To those members of the "suicide squad," who
get all of the rough work and none of the
glory in football, we offer our sincere thanks
and hope that you will keep on fighting with
that Black Bear spirit until you attain success
-rHmTv.rHREE MCCRACKEN, GRAVES, WATTS
GENE PEARS4lNIHPt'illlL1tH was the Hear lnro-
ken field runner for the past season. Although
he was hampered lay injuries part of the sea-
son, lie ehulked up many yards for the team
and was a hard taekler on defense.
.loiiN L1-ii: llAI.l'UMBf 'John Lee held down one
end in the llear lineup, and his play, hoth
offensive and defensive, was swell. He also
added points for the Bears with extra points
VICToR SPRADLEY-"Vic" opened the season for
the Bears at the left-halflmack position, but was
injured in the second game and did not return
to the lineup until late in the season. While
his services to the team were cut short, when
Spradley was playing, he sparked the attack
and grained much yardage for T. H. S.
HILL SExToN-"Swie" earned his letter at een-
ter this season. Aside from being: a good line-
man, Sexton could lve depended on to 'teheer
up" the lmoys when things got a little tough.
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The Tuscaloosa High cagers wound
up this season with a record of six wins
against six losses. The Bears took two
victories from Holt, won two and
dropped one to County High, were vic-
torious over Gorgas once and lost one
to them, in winning the Tuscaloosa
County basketball crown. In addition to
these victories over county rivals, the
Bears had one win over Bessemer, while
losing to Selma once, and Sidney Lanier
T. H. S. entered the District Tourna-
ment in Bessemer, winning its first two
games from Dora and County High,
but the Bears lost out in the semi-finals
to the District champions, Phillips High
of Birmingham. T. H. S. also lost the
consolation game to Corner, and wound
up in fourth place.
T. H. S. guard Jimmy Sewell won the
second string guard position on the All-
District team, while John Lee Halcomb,
Ed Story and Frank Cummings were
selected as three of the outstanding
players of Tuscaloosa County. Halcomb
was the high scorer for the Black Bears
this season, with 110 points.
A complete record of the Black Bear
games is on the next page.
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HO U R SUCIETY
From the upper portion of the Senior Class
each year are chosen outstanding students for
membership in the National Honor Society. These
students are chosen for their scholarship, charac-
ter, leadership, and service.
lts emblem, a flaming torch: its colors, blue
and goldg and its motto, "Light Is the Symbol of
Truth," all symbolizes the bearing of light into
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ents, Crane, Davis.
Grace, Griffith, Halcomh,
Hodo, Hullctt, James, Koster,
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Following the plan of Democracy that our na-
tion is founded upon, we, here at T. H. S. have the
privilege of selecting room presidents to make up
a governing body. This year the council was un-
der the competent leadership of John Forney.
Other officers who served the student body were
Oliver Thomas, vice president, Jack Hullet, sec-
retary, and Mary Evelyn Wilson, treasurer.
The council meets weekly to decide upon proj-
ects for the betterment of our school, and it, also,
discusses the needs and interests of the student
We do appreciate this privilege of self-govern-
ment and value it very highly. With Miss Clara as
faculty advisor, this year's council is truly func-
tioning for the good of every student.
Fusf low: Thomas, Vice President, Hullett, Secretary, XVilson M In
Treasurer, Appleyard, Davis, Halcomb.
Second now: Littlefield, McGiffert, Patton, Wilson, E., Edwards, Hodnctte
Plesldent John Forney Thzrd low: Moore, Sewell, Thorpe, Burton, Cason, Hamner. -
F ourfh row: Johnson, Malone, Neilson, Skelton, Thomas, Wright.
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Strike Up the Band
It is not Alexander's Ragtime Band, but Colonel
Hutler's high stepping, pep-calling, soul inspiring
band. They have never failed to help with every
program, and they have added many enjoyable fea-
tures, including two eoneerts, one given at the Tus-
caloosa High Sehool Auditorium, the other at the
Foster Auditorium in honor of the Air Fadets now
located at the University of Alabama. ln addition
to that, the T. H.S. Hand has been very faithful
to the Black Bears all during the year in spite
of transportation difficulties. The manager, Tom
Farmer, and his assistant, Eugene lllake, who is
now serving in the Marines, have assumed mueh
responsibility in arranging for all the band trips
made during: the 1942 football season.
We have enjoyed every prog'ram given by the band
in assemblies during' the year.
-, Bounds, Hall, Cups, Robinson, Boyd, Lawrenee, MeCulloug'h, Malone.
Svvonrl mum' Col. if. K. Ilutler. Du Plantier, Putnam, VVood, Tatum, Gibson, Evans, Cooper, Tillmzin, Kirk, Blank
man, King, llarksdale, Flements.
Third rozr: Smith, C'udworth, Sanford, Maharrey, Hutchins, Girtman, Parker, Berman, Nedoss, Johnson, Harpei
Ivilllllill nm-.' Thaxton, Lewis, MeGiffert, Quinn, Peterson, Duggrins, Overton, Hickman, White, A., White, L
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Svrviftlr l'IPl4'.' Hasty, Davis, Edwards, Patterson, Jones, Swindle, Nelson, Holcomb, Verner, Eugene Blake 1.-Xssist
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This year, the Hz' Life afforded much pleasure and enter-
tainment for the student body.
The staffs cooperated fully with the Alumni Association
in sending copies to T. H. S. Alumni who are now in the service.
Three copies were dedicated especially to these men and women.
In these issues were letters from men on the battlefronts.
The editor for this year's Hi Life was Louise Duggar, who
did a splendid job of editing. Gene Koster was the "Money-
minder," and she also, did a fine task with the pecuniary affairs
as business manager. The Whole staff with their new faculty
advisor, Mrs. C. T. Oliver, succeeded in doing a worthy job Well.
Editor Advisor Business M imager
LoU1sE DUGGAR MRS. C. T. OLIVER GENE KOSTER
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For the past nine months the Black Warrior
editorial staff has waded through shortages of
all kinds to bring you the annual year book.
Only through complete comradeship and close
harmony has the staff been able to accomplish
this primary aim. Editors Partlow and Lawson
under the careful supervision of Miss Jewel
Echols have worked energetically and unceas-
ingly to bring you this 1942-43 Black Warrior.
Without the work of the business staff, war
or no war, there could be no Black Warrior.
Therefore, our gratitude and congratulations
go out to them this year for an excellent piece
of work despite the unfavorable conditions.
Under the leadership of Miss Rubye Gulley
the staff, with business manager, Fredrika
Jones, has worked together with zest and has
achieved the all important task of financing
this 1942-43 Black Warrior.
Under the able supervision of Miss Em Donoho
the photography class has, for the first time,
taken over the responsibility of making pic-
tures for our annual. They have done a splen-
did job and the results of their efforts adorn
our pages. The staff consists of: Drake Pen-
ick, Bill Garthwaite, Thomas Kidd, Joe Nuck-
ols, and James Corbell.
The art staff has worked untiringly in the
cause of adding color to this year's book. They
have stuck faithfully to their brushes and
palettes to bring about their desired results.
Miss Ann Moseley, chief of the artists, had as
her staff members Jim Fitts, Mary Farley
Alston, and Randolph Mims.
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BARN-11-3 . . Vice-I'res.
EADES . . . Sl'!'l'l'flIl'jl
MILLS .... T1'r'ux1a1'er
HEARN . . . Reporter
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Bartee, Eades, A.,
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McAllister, Tom l in,
Lawless, Fitts, Nix.
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Pugh, Hughes, Eades,
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QUINN .... Sr'r'Vctu1'y
FORNEY . . V-I'resifIvuf
THOMAS . . . I'rf'side11I
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Parker, Be r r y h i l l .
Brown, Hale, New.
Second roze: E V ans ,
Winston, Farabee, Fish-
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Norton, VVhite, Kidder,
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lianis, Hullett, J.
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lw, Patterson. Fitts,
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JAS. FREILEY . . Pres.
GEQ. ALBRIGHT VfPrvs.
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BILL SEXTON . . Trcflzs.
First 1'on'.' Davis, Frei-
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THORPE . . I'i'ce-President
PARTLOW . . . . Secretary
KOSTI-JR . . ....... Treasurer
First rrrw: Koster, Norton, Part-
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Parker, Richardson, Porter.
lVlAXWELL . . . . President
COOPER . . . Vice-Presiderzf
PEARSON . . . . Secfrefary
SHIRLEY . . . .... . . Treasurer
First rmr: Shirley, Maxwell.
Second row: Adams, Lewis, Aus-
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Fourth row: Newell, Brown, Mar-
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Fifth ro-uv: Farr, Carter, Meehan,
Weaver, Skelton, Graves, Jaudon,
Sirfh rfrw: Kyle, Keller, Fitts,
THOMAS . . . . President
VVINSTON . . . Vice-President
LITTLEFIELD . . . . . Secretary
NORTON . . . . Treasurer
First row: Norton, Littlefield,
Sz'c'nnd raw: Evans, Brown, Hale,
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HOME AND CLUB HOUSE FURNISHINGS, CHINAWARE, GLASSWARE,
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in Hawaii, the Philippines, Africa and numerous other spots '
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Jewelers and Opticians
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