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; I j ' j ! • ' J 1 • ,. j s : ] ; ! .1 J mm 1 iHS 1 ;J , ' :v ' | 1 1 :j(-- " JtWy?. X -v . EX LIBRIS COPYRIGHT 1927 Lest We Forget Clifton J. Malone Editor-m-Chief Thomas Roote Business Manager Pprmerstudent and benevolent friend of Unaon University,, who, :mjthe capacity lot: ' a trustee and a faithful friend to the institution, lias been lending his every efTortlqward the making of a ' bigger and Better .UtiioFi,. we ithe ' -Seriitfr =.Cl;sss:Of nineteeahupdred. twenty-seven, dedi- cate this fourteenth volume of the : ; Lest We Forget. ' ! J : I : ; ; » I Entrance to bniversity Campus with Lovelace Hall and the Dining Hall in the Background. © Administration i ? ' C Q Wll!t!!!i!i!! !r ifo T[!;iitii!il!ll!!i Henry Eugene Watters, A.M.,D.D.,L.LD. President Since Dr. Watters accepted the presidency of Union University, the institution has regis- tered unprecedented growth. The attendance has swollen to the fourteen hundred mark, and the school has received recognition from colleges throughout the United States. The latest forward step at Union, in which Dr. Watters has had a part, has been the recent consolidation of Hall Moody Junior College, of Martin, Tennessee, with Union. This consolidation, it is thought, will mark another great epoch in the history of Union Univer- sity. - -I T I I T 1 ! I I , 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II ' Ij- !illT!l!nTill!l!fl l_k — r--|TTT — 1 1 TWz iTTT . , J. I ! I I L | i | I J i 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 I rpq T flil TTTrTTTTTT George Martin Savage, A.M., L.L.D. President Emeritus, Chair of French Arthur Warren Prince, A.M. Chair of Chemistry ft Isaac Newton Penick A.B., Th.M., D.D. Chair of Theology William Wallace Dunn, A.M. Chair of Physics L. R. Hogan, D.D., Ph.D. Chair of Education ZJZLZl | —ItL -- - -} l|i|iMiii|iii iilili ' iliMM ic t ' 7 i! 1 1 ui 1 1 hi ! 1 1 n TT 1 rp- - P 1 T 1 1 1 ■ I 1 4-t ! ■ l ■ T Tl!i!!!fl J-V Z 4 ill i ! ! 1 1 1 1 i i i i i I I ti 1 1 1 | j 1 1 i r ggl!!t!!!!!i!H!r r % ZT.i{jiHiiiiilTTiP H L. Dewitt Rutledge, A.M. Chan of History and Economics Charles B. Williams, A.B., M.A., B.D., D.D., Ph.D. Chair of Gree and New Testament Interpretation Charles Wesley Davis, M.S., Ph.D. Biology and Agriculture E. L. Carr, A.B., M.A. Chair of Mathematics Mrs. Mable Whitson Hardin, M.A. Chair of English - — i I 1 1 1 1 I M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i ' I 111 J 1 1 - r OT r i| I I HI I I 1 1 1 i I I i I 1 1 I I rzrz ! i .iilJ-MiMTMMiTiilMlfl 1SJ 1 1 ifiihiiilii LUilkilli iJillTf- 1 III I, I T I I I I I if ?%Wlmw £ H William L. Howse, A. Bible Print Hudson, B.S. Associate in Agriculture and Biology J. C. Dance, A.B., Th.M. English Mrs. Ruth Barnes, A.B. Chair of Latin and German Mrs. Grace Powers Hudson, B.S. Chair of Home Economics — 1 1 ii 1. 1 III 1 1 1 Mil I ih Mill Ml -do T i I ' i-i ! ii l T I I I I i !C I • I I i 1 1 M 111 1 1 . " " " T,ll " !! tig !iiiiiit!!!iiii!i i;;i}ii!i;il Tl g Miss Mary Evans Saunders, A.M. Dramatic Art Miss Catherine Routon, B.S. Home Economics Mrs. A. Warren Prince, B.M., M.M. Director of Fine Arts, Piano Mrs. E. E. Taliaferro Voice M. M. Summar Business Manager 1 I M II I M I I 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 , 1 111 J M ifiOT I! I I HI ! M 1 1 i I l i I I | I i 111 1 1 | rrz- -Tl T.l ' llli-lNimMiiTlhiHfl V2_£jL i ! 1 1 1 ■ I ■ ! ■ I i I I li 1 1 1 1 i i i n • i 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1( v i i 1 1 1 1 r r gi;!t!!!iii!!J!r r Jiii;it,i||iii|T[!| g Mrs. M. M. Summar Librarian Mrs. J. Frank Presnell Matron of Adams Hall Mrs. E. L. Stanfield Dining Hall Suberintendant Mrs. J. C. Dance Dean of Women Mrs. Anne Elizabeth Dowling Matron of Lovelace Hall Miss Vera Routon Bursar, Spanish 5L Tj|| t ilH-i!il!T!l!iiT!!l!!lfl -IV 4 4 lLuILL! ! ' I Li I U Lj j j ?f . M TYU-- ilI— Chemistry ■ - Paul Sloan, Thomas Roote, Jack McKenzie Mathematics Clifton J. Malone Physics Frank Ireland and Pete Walker Domestic Science Mary Hicks Domestic Art {Catherine Rogers English Willie Margaret Johnson and Ellen Jackson French Alberta Gillespie Biology E. M. Parrott Registrars Lelia Thomas and Bess Farmer President ' s Secretary Ethel Reed Assistants to Bursar - - - Talmage Miller and Thelma Atwood Latin Mary Edna Upchurch Page tuent -foi JTI Ti MilJ-i!il!T!l!MTl!l!!ifl XV t LiUlil! UItiMii j | ifr- }!il!ll!t!ii!ii!!i!y foZrT ' i!i!tllll!ill!ll = — li |— — Prof. Dunn, Prof. Prince, Mrs. Hardin, Mrs. Dance, Tom Slier, Leon Burnett, John H. Jones, Charles Howse, J. D. Gray, Willie Margaret Johnson, Ara Alexander, Ruby Hester, Gladys Andrews, Theodosia Irwin. I js Thomas Roote, Bessie Ray, Alfred Mooneyham, Robert Morris, Gladys Rice, Jack McKenzie, Martha Cross, Cecil Brown, Joe T. Odle, Dr. C. B. Williams, Prof. A.W. Prince, Prof. Print Hudson. mty i»i 1 I M li I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i l .l 111 ! 1 1 1AOT l! 1 1 HI ' I 1 1 1 i ■Tl T 1 1 1 1 1 1 4- 1 ! ! I ! T ! I ! 1 1 t i ! I ! ! ! 4- 1 lV i if I i ! ! I ! 1 1 i I I i i I I li 1 1 1 1 || 1 t U ' i ! i( mi lLL£ IJililNtiiiiiM ilL H Student {Activity {Association OFFICERS Cecil E. McNair Theodosia Irwin - - Mary Elizabeth Ball President Vice-President Secretary MEMBERS C. E. McNair, J. D. Wilson, Pete Walker, Paul Sloan, Herbert Burch, Mary Maude Barfield, Mabel Riley, Theodosia Irwin, Clifton Malone, Mary Elizabeth Ball, Kit Parker, Willie Margaret Johnson. r--| 1 1 ! 1 1 1 ! ! I ! 1 1 iji ! ! ri i j 1 1}| | j i qotj i i u 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 j j 1 1 1 j hi 1 1 1 rpz :T] | T i j 1 1 1 1 l-i ! 1 1 ! T ! I ! 1 1 t! ! 1 ! ! I f I XV 4 l i 1 1 ! ! I ! 1 1 1 i i i 1 1 1 t i 1 1 1 M [ [ 1 |r f - Of) =9 . ' ? = " — " ?., ' -IU. ENIOR ' 5 ' L QID Looking out mto the Great Beyond dreaming of what the future holds in store for him. H ll .. M I ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 j I J 1 1 Uz I r i I i i T i 1 1 1 ,i h I -jy Apollonian Literary Society, Presi- dent 1925- " 26; Four Square League, President 1925- " 26; Nestor Club, Secretary 1925- ' 26- ' 27; Cardinal and Cream, Associate Editor 1926- ' 27; Annual Staff 1926- ' 27; Assistant Chemistry 1924- ' 27; Students Ac- tivity Association 1926- ' 27; Adams Hall Governing Board, Vice-Presi- dent 1925- ' 26; President of Senior Class 1926- ' 27; Strickland Contestant. Major Science, Minor Education. " Earlv at morn he wa es from short repose, Whiffs the i een air and away he goes. " =zn l I ! 1 1 1 ! ! I r.n T i I M I T I I I I I . L I ! 1 1 1 ;i i III! I I | I | ! I 1 1 1 I I I ■mil hill TMf i J I I j j_ I j I I l I i I i j | I l J LJjjJj I ! i I i i I i i I Iti I i-» — TJ iiiiTx gSiiti!!iH!HiT fo TH!i!tir.iiii!ill! A. Warren Prince, A.M. Senior Sponsor; Dean; Chair of Chemistry Union University 190S — ;A.l William Jewell 1904; A.M. William Jewell 1905; Graduate Student University of Chicago; Member of American Chemical Society. " Whatsoever thy hands findeth to do, do w th all thy might. ' vGCm Irma Dickerson. A.B. DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE Palladian Literary Society; Mission Band; Y.W.A. Math Assistant; Jonesboro College 1924- ' 25. Major Math., Minor Greek. " And still the wonder grew That one small head could she knew. ' ' ' ' M. E. Whitson TRIMBLE, TENNESSEE B.S. and A.B. from Hall Moody College 1908; Principal Trimble High School 1919- ' 27. Major Education, Minor English. " There is great ability in nowmg how to conceal one ' s ability. " 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 ! Tl;l ilUi!il!T!l!HTl!li!!fl. 1QOT i ! m • i_i 1 1 hi ! 1 1 ! ! iimi XV 4t 1 7 1 1 ! ! i ! J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 rp- WiiltiiiiiliiUl gci iilitJIIIijl H 51 Ruby Cecil Hester, B.S. PADUCAH, KENTUCKY Palladian Literary Society, President 1926- ' 27; Home Economics Club, Vice- President 1926- ' 27; Student Council, Secretary 1926- ' 27; Cardinal and Cream Staff 1926- " 27; Campaign Manager for Bachelor of Ugliness 1926- ' 27; Fresh- man Adviser 1926- ' 27; Y. W. A.; Howlers; Senior Play 1927. Major Home Economics, Minor Education Hl " A merry heart goes all the day Thomas S. Roote, B.S. JACKSON, TENNESSEE Four Square League; Nestor Club; Apollonian Literary Society; Doc- tor ' s Club, President 1926- ' 27 Growlers; Business Manager of Lest We Forget 1927; Assistant in Chemistry 192.V27; Freshman Ad- viser; Honor Council. Major Chemistry, Minor Biology. " It ' s the steady, quiet, plodding ones who win m the life-long race. " Russell Moore, B.S HALLS, TENNESSEE Alpha Tau Omega; U Club; Captain Freshmen Football; Football 1925- ' 26 - ' 27; Most Valuable Football Man 1926- ' 27; Class Basketball; " Lest We Forget " 1926- ' 27. Major Science, Minor Social Science. " Doubt truth to be a liar But nei ' er doubt he lones. " 3cS ,i,,, y Vi . n " » " " •M 1 u I i f L! Trnr UilL 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 J II i ' lTJNMifl TORT hj-mI in I II ' mINIiMI ■ l niH ' i ' I ' iiTiiin jj i III al . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II ■•ijl llUi!illT!l!MTi!l!!ifl 1 ' I ' iC Wil!t!!!!!i!l{!r r j iiijitiiiii{llii!l H — ■a 2 Peabody; West Tennessee Normal; Chi Omega; Euphrosynean; Hypatia. Major Mathematics, Minor Educa- tion. " Every deed that is worth possessing paid for by strokes of daily effort. " West Tennessee State Teachers ' Col- lege; University of Tennessee. Major Home Economics, Minor Mathematics. " Her generosity is the investment from which we clip the coupons of happi- ness. " vm I I I I | I M I I | | I I I I I | I | M | 1 I I I I Ti ' l ilH-i!il!T!l!iiTi!l!!ifl 1 i l I iC 1QOT IJIIjLI Mill I I I j I IM ' UMI | XV t ihihiliin 1 1 1 iitiIiii i r 1 1 1 ' Uni fim " ! ' ! 1 !! ' ! e7t 6ot fi I ' ' ' I « ' ' ' ' 1 ' I ! i L!r=: --|_|h ii!T!!!!ll!!Til - gg- r " e i - I r 1 I i i Ti 1 1 1 ,i !t! I _,— West Tennessee State Teachers ' Col- lege; Kappa Lambda Sigma; Palladian Literary Society, Vice-President 1926 - ' 27; Annual Staff 1925- ' 27; Cardinal and Cream Staff 1925- ' 27; Student Religious Council 1925- ' 27; Home Economics Club; French Club; Y.W. A.; Freshman Adviser 1926- ' 27. Major Home Economics, Minor French. " Flower ' o the broom, Ta e away love and our earth is a tomb. " West Tennessee State Teachers ' Col- lege; Y.W.C.A.; Kappa Lambda Sig- ma; Enonian Literary Society; Y.W. A.; Hypatia Club; Howlers. Major English, Minor Education. " God made her small in order t hat He might do a more choice bit of wor ' manship. " J u - v HIJTlTffl LiLLllu I II I |||l II I ill 1 . 1 UUII QQT I llUIIMH I |i ■ j |l 1 4-1 ! 1 1 !TM ! i it! ! I ■ ■ !4-l l f Z i i ! u 1 1 1 1 1 ! i ! 1 1 n (J j I IS 1 1 it tiMMHIIlIE • " rte et. f[ TTTnjT|Tilg ILL— H — W. Thomas Siler, A.B SILERTON, TENNESSEE Alpha Phi Epsilon, President 1927; Four Square League, President 1925 - ' 26; J. R. Graves Society of Religious Inquiry, President 1926; Calliopean Literary Society; Student Counci ' 1926- ' 27; Nestor Club, President 1926; Cardinal and Cream Staff 1925 - ' 27; Annual Staff 1926- ' 27; Debating Council, Vice-President 1926; Fresh- man Adviser 1926- ' 27; Strickland Contestant. Major English, Minor Greek. " His strength is as the strength of ten Because his heart is pure. " Ernest M. Parrott, B.S. CORDOVA, TENNESSEE West Tennessee State Teachers ' Col- lege; Sigma Alpha Mu Club; Manual Arts Club; Apollonian Literary So- ciety, Vice-President 1926- ' 27; Aggie Club, Vice-President 1925- " 27; Four Square League, President 1927; Adams Hall Governing Board, Presi- dent 1925- ' 26; Annual Staff 1926- ' 27. Major Agriculture, Minor Science. " A friend, a gentleman, what more couid we say? " if , . . . . . ■ ■ ■■■■ ■ ' r ( , . t Vs i - i -i " ' ' " " U " " " V . TjTl LLLUf TTTjT iLtli iTl I I | IT I I I I II ■ ■■ ' ■ ' I I I I I I . I . I IQ2T imiui ji in ! 1 1 • i H lLllLllLlu ti rTTTTT. U-U-ll ILL j_J_lL g?SmMTi " TMi;;}iiiiiil ALBANY, ALABAMA Queen Four Square League 1926- ' 27; Palladian, President 1926- ' 27; Y. W. A.; Student Activity Association; Cardinal and Cream Student Council 1926- ' 27; Religious Council 1925- ' 26; Girls Governi ' Freshman Adviser; Coach Senior Play. Major English, Minor History. " The rose loo s fair, but fairer we it deem For that sweet odour which doth m it live " Hvpatia 1926- " 27 .g Board Robert E. Morrison, A.B. JACKSON, TENNESSEE J. R. Graves Society of Religious In- quiry; G. M. Savage Literary Society. Major Education, Minor English. " Let us do so — aspire to live as these In harmony with truth, ourselves being true. " W. E. Perry, A.B. GATES, TENNESSEE Apollonian Literary Society. Major English, Minor History. " ?s(ever over ' Serious; not too frivolous but a rare good fellow. " ,im ■» » ' » ' i ' iS WV _y iTllTiii- II 1 1 II I III ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Mi I Ml -do T iMmimI i i t ' i I ' ' 1 1 ! M 1 1 ! i M i h 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 = Wil!t!!!lii!!t!r [!!;!tli!i!ill!l! jj= m I 1 1 Curry Hendriz Ruth Jean Carr, B.S. ShurtlefF College, Alpha Zeta; Palladian; French Club. Major Chemistry, Minor Mathematics. " Her voice was ever soft Gentle and low- -an excellent tiling in woman ISIII 11 2 Reggie Ray, A.B. NEWBERN, TENNESSEE G. M. Savage Literary Society; J. R. Graves Society of Religious Inquiry. Major Education, Minor English. " ?{ever put off till tomorrow what you can do today. " Curry Hendrix, A.B. BETHEL SPRINGS, TENNESSEE G. M. Savage Literary Society. Major Education, Minor Mathe- matics. " ' Tis mans pride to stand by helpless woman ' s side. " j ===z m • ' Or m -H ti ii i ' i- i H T l ' it I 1 JJZJLJ lfl ' i! l ! ' li| i | HlTili || I i[r- t I ! i i l if v i i i i i i r t tJilflilt!i!liii!tiI ifo Ril!itiiii!ill!!ll -P. T I | Mj llLLllU J-i !il!T!l!iiTl!l!!lfl JLV 1 1 j 1 1 I ! i ' I ! I I ti 1 1 1 1 i!illil!t!!!liii!t! %4 ii!itiililill!l[j H — Mrs. Robert E. Morrison, A.B. COLLIERVILLE, TENNESSEE Palladian; Y. W. A.; Life Service Band. Major Education, Minor English. " Devoted, anxious, generous, void of guile, .And with her whole heart ' s welcome in her smile m 11 o " 0V0 C. B. Laws, A.B. CLARKSBURG, TENNESSEE Apollonian; Dramatic Club; J. R. G. President 1926- " 27. Major Education, Minor Mathe- matics. " A modest blush he wears not formed by art Free from deceit his face, and full as free his heart. " Or= Verney E. Boyette, A.B TRIMBLE, TENNESSEE W. T. S. T. C, 1915; University of Arizona 1919- " 22. Major English, Minor Education. " Ever in the upward climb. " o ■■ s-. s A.vAvi y FTI Tiii iiUi!il!T!l!HTlll!!!fl 1V Z ill i ! ! i ! 1 1 i i i i i I I ii 1 1 1 1 j| 1L ilil J 1 1 ' 1 1 IC iiit!!!!ii!!iiT fo i;iiitiil{li{!i!I J H — 7 2 Ara Alexander, A.B. MrKENZlE, TENNESSEE Chi Omesa; Basket Ball; Vice-President of Student Queen 1926- " 27; Football Maid 1926- ' 27. Major English, Minor Education. " 1 mould applaud thee to the very echo, That should applaud again. " 1926- ' 27; S. A. E. Cecil McNair, B.S. UNION SPRINGS, ALABAMA Troy State Normal, Troy, Alabama 1923; President, Student Body 1926 ' " 27; Four Square League; Boys Gov- erning Board, President 1925- " 26; Baseball; Student Activity Associa- tion, President 1926- ' 27; Cardinal and Cream, 1925- ' 26, 1926- ' 27; G. M. S.; Lest We Forget, 1925- ' 26; Nestor Club; Freshmen Adviser; Head Cor- respondence department. Major Education, Minor History. " Love seldom haunts the beast where learning lies. " Ja mes Chester, A.B. JACKSON, TENNESSEE Major English, Minor Education. ' " The glass of fashion and the mold of form The observed of all observers. " [Xzz ■n II- , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 !l!l!HT!!l!lifl iQgT IJIIUI Jill! ' ..I 111 I I I I I |l Hill ' IT! Mil -:- rfrp- liiliililllililiit c llliillllllll g H Alberta Gillespie, B.M. SELMER, TENNESSEE Palladian Literary Society; French Club; Assistant in French; MacDowell Cluh; University Orchestra 1926- ' 27. Major Piano, Minor Violin. " She bears the mien and manner of a student " 3 George A. Payne, A.B. BARDWELL, KENTUCKY Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Cardinal and Cream 1924- ' 27; Lest We Forget 1923- ' 27; Apollonian; Home Eco- nomics Play; Senior Plav; Doctors ' Club 1923- ' 25. Major English, Minor Education. " Worry has filled many a man, why die? " ur= M. D. Hooper, A.B. DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE President, Senior Class of Hall Moody College 1924- ' 25; Calliopean; Boys Governing Board 1926- ' 27. Major Education, Minor History. " He was ever precise m promise keep ' jau ■■■ ' ■ ' l ' v _y : — i I 1 1 1 1 I M I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ■ T» T i l i.im!il!T!l!iiTi!l!!lfl " I T I I I I I it 1QOT I M I 1 i-1 ! I 111 ' I I | [I I 1 ' HI I I I y I ■ ' fa i L C l iiiiii ' iiiiiii i Tiiiiiiiiii ' .iliTiP J SSMSMM Joe Norvell, A.B. TRENTON, TENNESSEE G. M. Savage Literary Society; Basket Ball, Varsity 1926- ' 27; Class 1925 - ' 27; Baseball 1925- ' 27. Major Mathematics, Minor Science. " Talents differ; all is well and wisely put. " Alfred Mooneyham, B.S. CLIO, ALABAMA Football 1923- ' 27; Baseball 1923- ' 27; Student Coach, Football and Baseball 1926- ' 27; Cardinal and Cream Staff 1926- ' 27; Honor Council 1927; Adams Hall Governing Board, Presi- dent 1926- ' 27. Major Science, Minor English. " I m se! must mix with action, lest J wither by despair. " ,J ' f r - , -, , , - - , vv y .yJ rniTT ■ttttt 1 u . . I I I ! I I i I I I I I t | i j MiUi!n;T!i! ' iTlii!!lfi 1Q97 i ; 1 1 1 j-i ; 1 1 i i j 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 ; in 1 1 J-V4 ■ LJJ li! I I l M l I l I I It! I I ll iL ' 1 1 c liiiriiifiiiiiiNtir i tiiiitiiiiiiii!!! H — 0 Cecil A. Fesmire, B.S. JACKSON, TENNESSEE W. T. S. N., 1919; Principal Bethel Spring High School 1922- ' 26. Major Science, Minor Education. " There are no shade trees on the road to success. " i i . ' i i i ' ' William A. Rutledge, JACKSON, TENNESSEE Calliopean; Cardinal and Cream, 1926- ' 27; Lest We Forget 1926- ' 27; Tennis Club, Runner-up for champ 1926; Class Basketball. Major Mathematics, Minor Educa- tion. m -on I T ■ ! I ' JjjIiC ii I ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 lit Mil ! II nof i " 1 1 hi j 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ! 1 1 l iili-i!il!T!l!MTJ!l!!!fl 1VJ44 ihiMiliin UJlll llF LLLU Sl!t!!!iii!!t!T %i TMi!it;illlllliir o Gladys Hunt, B.S. JACKSON, TENNESSEE Major English, Minor History. " Everyone to his chosen wor " Palladian Literary Society; Life Ser- vice Band. Major Education, Minor English. " Happy am I, from care I am free, Why aren ' t they all contented li ;e me? " 8 i s v.; tt v k v l _ j y ■-, Mill 1 1 i|i 1 1 it in ii i ii ii q W i Hi-i! in ' 1 1 1 1 m i mi rp- -=p t i ' i !iii-i!iitT!i!MTl!i!!lfl l JYt ihiinliin ihUtiHh i ifr- ! I ! ! ! | it I ' Hl • in H — 111 TyfTITIinTir ijjji||ii|iiJT||Ip ill Johnnie Moore, B.S. HALLS, TENNESSEE Alpha Tau Omega; Doctors ' Club, Vice-President 1926- ' 27; Growlers, President 1925- ' 26, President 1926- ' 27; Annual Staff 1925- ' 26, 192 Adams Hall Governing Board; Freshman Adviser 1926- ' 27; Basket Varsity 1927; Class Manager 1923- ' 24; Captain 1925- ' 26; President of Tigrett Sunday School Class 1927; Union ' s Best AU- ' Round Man 1927 Major Science, Minor Mathematics. ' We flourish m our perigee and have one Titan at a time Vice- 6- ' 27, Ball. I. vH S Lyda Roy, A.B. ABBEVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Palladian Literary Society; Y. W. A.; Secretary 1923- ' 24; Student Religious Council, Secretary 1924- ' 25; Hall Governing Board 1923- ' 24, 1926- ' 27; Basket Ball 1924- ' 25. Major English, Minor Education. " For she was nist the quiet f ind natures never vary " vhose Bernice Andrews, A.B. SPRING CREEK, TENNESSEE ' Peabody; West Tennessee Normal; Chi Omega; Euphrosynean; Hypatia. Major Mathematics, Minor Educa- tion. " Every deed that is worth possessing is paid for by strokes of daily effort. " V ),,.. , - ii . - •••., , u ± l il)i-l!ll!T!l!.iTl!l!!!fl i i he 1Q97 IjlljLIJI 111 J I I I I |l rrm i hr Wil!t!!!lii!!t!r r %foZTiijj;}ji|i|jlli!Ji H — Lora Simmons, A.B. BOONEVILLE, MISSISSIPPI West Tennessee State Teachers ' Col- lege; Sigma Alpha Mu; Y. W. C. A.; La Francais Circle; Home Economics Club, Secretary; Enonian Literary Society; Hall Governing Board, Presi- dent 1926; Y. W. A.; Hypatia Club. Major English, Minor History. " Life is too short to waste. " ixr= Wilsie Benge, B.S. HUMBOLDT, TENNESSEE Hypatia Club; Palladian Literary Society, Secretary 1924- ' 25; Y. W. A.; Home Economics Club, President 1925. Major Home Economics, Minor Eng- lish. " Everything comes to one who waits, therefore why should I hurry? " ■. - . - . v i y y m , 1 1 1 P ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! ii i ri l ilH-MiiiTnniTih! I T I ! I I I if Mil 1QQT ! 1 1 ! J-i ! i in ! 1 1 ' ! 1 1 [ ' ill 1 1 if - J-V4t ifnminii iHliTilin i rf . ? w ] W riil Tiii-iJiiitjijiiTliilJifi 1QQ7 IJIIJLI jl 111 I I I j I |l XV 4 ifiiMiiili i i 1 1 lln }!_l_ rrrp 1 1 1 r TiiiTTiTTTTTlTIITTll q M H — B. C. Land, A. COVINGTON, LOUISIANA J. R. Graves Society of Religious In- quiry; Charter member of G.M. Savage Literary Society; Student at Baptist Bible Institute. Major Greek, Minor Bible. " On bravely through the sunshine and the showers ' . Time hath his wor to do and we have ours. " H. L. Atwood, B.S. ZEIGLER, ILLINOIS Rotary Club; Superintendent of City Schools. Zeigler, Illinois; Illinois Sun- day School and B. Y. P. U., Secretary 1920- ' 22. Major History, Minor Mathematics. ' 7v[one but him can be his parallel. " yj -x- " " v , Mr »u n y — i U ! 1 1 1 M i ' i M ' 1 1 1 1 u ' ; ' i hi ! m T7 ZFFr ill i HCI i 1 1 n 1 1 1 PI 1 1 1 1 hi 1 1 1 ra y iih- ' mmt TiMMifi 19x7 iiili.!.iitii. ' i.iiiliiii} I i hr W Sj jmMJSSSS . a ■i us ii i !!i| 1 1 ! | J ! ! iii! Mi!!!! io T iium m hi 1 1 j 1 1 mini ■T i i n IJ-i!il!T!l!uTiilJ-!.ifl JLVX I ihii!i!i I 1 1 i i i I ItiIIii 1 1 LLLLiC liii m ilxL = g!;!t!!!i!i!H!T rri;;j;tii||iiJT|i| g Senior Class J. Paul Sloan J. A. Hart VOLERIA HEASLET Thomas Roote Mary Hicks Bernice Andrews Lelia Thomas Thomas Siler R. E. Morrison C. B. Laws C. E. McNair George Payne W. T. McPeake Joe Norvell C. A. Fesmire Gladys Hunt Lyda Roy Irma Dickerson Wilsie Benge Leon Burnett H. L. Atwood Florence Armour Curry Hendryx Mrs. Beatrice Keeler Annie Lou Drane Linnie Hopkins Harris Robinson L. R. Wilson President Vice-President - ■ - Secretary ROLL J. W. Summers Ruby Hester Clifton Malone A. E. Gurley Cotys Willingham Sybilla Barton Theodosia Irwin Mrs. R. E. Morrison Ara Alexander Alberta Gillespie Bessie Ray Mrs. L. D. Rutledge Eva Hayes A. T. Jackson Johnnie Moore Lora Simmons Lester Moon B. C. Land Alge D. Bryant Reggie Ray Agnes Herbert Virginia Crook A. L. Davis J. O. Dearing William Estes EDUCATIOH Russell Moore Ella Waul Mrs. Frank Mercer Neli.e Mitchell E. M. Parrott W. E. Perry Verney Boyette James Chester M. D. Hooper Talmadge Miller Alfred Mooneyham William Rutledge Miriam Carter M. E. Whitson S. O. Price Mrs. Audry Barr C. M. Duvall Clayton James Ruth J. C rr A. A. McClanahan A. K. Penick P. L. Ramsei C. G. Grantham F S. Stokes You as me what an education is? How should I nowl But I have li ed to think Of these four years, as one vacation is — A time for healthy, thirsty minds to dnn And in their drinking, think} Just those two things; a life will follow soon. Or, I might say it is a crescent moon — A little thing at first but still a part Of that full-rounded life which is to come. b — i I 1 1 1 1 I ' M I I M I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -? i tI l iiU-lh ' ilTMliiT. 1 fl h I t I ! I i l if iQgT iliilnlmi iiiliTiliii |i[r? m :J,r..— ; — • -r » ! -—— — - ■ Q Si 2 i - j.r Just some Juniors spooning under the moon. H— I — — ri rn3 Aubrey Reed, President DYER, TENNESSEE Rosaline Fullerton jackson, tennessee Maggie Joe Gray jackson, tennessee B. B. OZMENT HALLS, TENNESSEE John Chambers chattanooga, tennessee Virginia Parker lexington, tennessee Elah Pickler buena vista, tennessee Hayden Stevenson martin, tennessee Norman Thornton dyer, tennessee Velma Loflin huffman, arkansas r--|l III I } ill } ! 1 GOT i ! 1 1 ' i-l 1 1 1 1 1 ' M J J 1 1 1 1 II rp- r limi||;|i!{ M ;i;}ii|ii||jT[j g Tyson Cole minor hill, tennessee Irene Nowell humboldt, tennessee Maggie Smith ridgely, tennessee Pete Walker flint, michigan Jransford Whitlow jackson, tennessee Mary Ellen Jackson moscow, tennessee Esta Lee Grisham baldwyn, mississippi Frank Ray newbern, tennessee Sydney Pugh halls, tennessee Christine Black minor hill, tennessee ■PI 11 u i t i ! i 1 1 iC P-- r--fm : ■ ' : ' !! jin;j!! in: ji{!jij -JQQT ' IMUi ! I m 1 1 1 1 1 |H llilll ri=- ! Miij-i!ii!T!i!MTiiii!ifi i-V4i ljjjIllLlllj I i I I ill I I n |jjl[ r r - LL [ilTriTFITTTTTT | j ig L. W. Ferrell BEAUMONT, TEXAS Lucile Deen whiteville, tennessee Mary D. McIllwain TRENTON, TENNESSEE B. M. Huey WICKLIFFE, KENTUCKY R. K. Bennett JACKSON, TENNESSEE Bessie Jones jackson, tennessee Grace Simonton brighton, tennessee Mahlon Warren humboldt, tennessee Edward Fullerton jackson, tennessee Anne Presnell jackson, tennessee r !!ll !ll[l!;i!l!iili}i!l!!iiil9aT!liim!!l}!i!!li!ili!} llljfe i!il!ll!t!!!lli!!i! fo T[iii!tiililil!ill Hermon Ross jackson, tennessee Gladys Rice covington, tennessee Helen Odle lexington, tennessee A. E. Caldwell, Jr. UNION CITY, TENNESSEE John Chambers chattanooga, tennessee Mary Laurah Mount jackson, tennessee Elizabeth Weaver jackson, tennessee David Malone jackson, tennessee Claude Burnett ridgely, tennessee Bernice Carter maury city, tennessee - n I! ; ' . 1 1 i-i ! i t ' Tj i ! ■ tT !i i i ! !fi XS i lLuIll! ninim i ifr- liliiiUC Uliilii S Nhmiwf y Mildred Laycock vancouver, b. c. J. B. Caldwell PONTOTOC, MISSISSIPPI Homer Appleton tiplersville, mississippi Carrie Belle Reynolds savannah, tennessee Lessie Mai White jackson, tennessee Robert Howard paris, tennessee John H. Jones FORT MYERS, FLORIDA Gladys Andrews spring creek, tennessee Katherine Rogers jackson, tennessee Paul Summit jackson, tennessee rip l!l| iiiLJi|i!Ti|ll ' ,}i!i!!!f| lQ ' Z MilMilUMiHlllillll [ j -m ' niir SMinn i; " Ss fe fr Tidiil Mary Dodds selmer, tennessee Len Askew jackson, tennessee Boyce Smith tiplersville, mississippi Mary Alice Loflin huffman, arkansas Willie Margaret Johnson whiteville, tennessee Dale Glover troy, tennessee E. R. Endsley LEWISBURG. TENNESSEE Grace Rhodes wynburg, tennessee Ruth Shaw ridgely, tennessee J. P. Johnson SIKESTON, MISSOURI r TjJTlJMllliilljT T, ' ll!!!fl lV i |l|l!!l!ili.l. Millin g |jjljp r - W MMSSm MMlSSS Thomas Ryker ryker, arkansas Louise Weaver jackson, tennessee Joan Patterson trenton, tennessee Charles Howse jackson, tennessee A. L. Waddle JONESBORO, ARKANSAS Kate Penick martin, tennessee Iris Adair decaturville. tennessee Marjorie Hunt jackson, tennessee m Ti;l illU!il!T!M.i}|!i!!Jf| lHXT |l|li!i!iliii|il|}illit j I i[h- 00 r 5g 9£ SOPHOMORES ' Wwe fools 11 have to study. iil lillilll ilillllllll -—I I II ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 Mi II hlii I 111 Ml qcW iMl ' i-i ji ill ' M ! ' M[ !H|!l|rp- jLlLLlluT ' ' ' ' ' ' U H — fi ' l !TfTiMi: i .i;i;{iiiiijjT[iI — -.- tI ! i 1 1 rzr| I |||| I ' M | I M jji it il ; i in j i| -JQQT IIMUI jl HI i I I M lIMIllll |f - r.?. Ti i illJ-i!ilil!l!iiT, ' !l!!!fl A V I 1 1 ! ! 1 1 1 1 i | I i i 1 1 ti 1 1 1 1 n ifc mim. gjJijiliiiitijiiiiinir Sfo JllWl I r ! I I i T i 1 1 1 , ! T I H — SOPHOMORES OFFICERS J. D. Grey J. D. Wright - - - ■ Mary E. Ball Mary Maude Barfield Martha Cross - - - - Mrs. Curry Hendrix Phillip Aquino Robert Argo Paul Baisch H. F. Baker Mary Elizabeth Ball Mary Maud Barfield Martha Basford Frances Batchelor John Beavers Mitchell Bennett Nellie Beits Bertis Billington Elizabeth Blackmon Edward Blackmon Elizabeth Brewer Louise Bumpus Herbert Burch Dorris Burgess Hubert Cannon Eldon Carter Bernice Carter Mable Cawthorn Louis Chisholm David Clark L. B. Cobb Alton Copeland Clarence Crawford Martha Cross Mrs. A. L. Davis Charles Davis Charles Deere Mabel Dowling ROLL Louise Essary Bessie Farmer Lucille Fowler Mrs. Millard Gasser J. D. Grey Sula B. Greer Sybil Grisham Irving Harris Hiram Henderson R. L. Henderson Leva Hickman Clyde Hill Ruth Holmes Grady Hughes Frank Ireland Lora Jackson Gladys Jennings Helen Juinger Mrs. Russell Koonce Russell Koonce Gordon Maness Louise McLean Jack McKenzie Thurmon McCain Troy McPeake Thalma Meek Vernon Melton Mary L. Mount Willie Murphey Allie Mae Oliver Kit Parker Elwart Pickler Ernest Pinkerton President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer - ■ ■ Reporter Katie Ray Frank Reed Mabel Riley Geneva Robertson Mildred Roote Vera Routon E. Lloyd Russell Brownie Sandling Mary Margaret Seat Marion Selp George Jackson Sims Maggie Smith Katie Stanford Nane Starnes Dick Stewart W. O. Suggs Charles Thweat Mary Edna Upchurch Mary Belle Warren Elizabeth Weaver Marden Watters Gladys Williams J. D. Wilson S. R. Woodson J. D. Worrell Esies Wilson James Dudley Wright Malcolm Younger Joe Arnold Laverne Bolerjack Martha Boone Willie Brown Thomas Jennings -vi 1:111 - T 1 . t 1 11 1 ' HI 1 T U I I ' i( TTmrr I I IT! Ill IT 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 Hi I 1 ' ■■ii! TOT iHim jl 111 J 1 1 1 1 luui , i [ 1 1 1 ! 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 i i 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 lLU FRESHMEN =: ' £) J Puzzled and Perplexed as " Freshies " often are r- " | I I | II I J | I | I II ' J f] ! I I ] Jl 1 1 ; I I -| QO 7- I j I I I LI J I I 1 I I I I j I I I ! ' 1 1 1 I I I ?r - r lTlll!li( l !l|! ' ! ! " T ' ! l!!fl X C LiUli-liliLl iiUlTillii jjjifrj.- (J 1 1 1 1 1 1 L_ m TU TrrnTrnTT H— 4 K - tr n M ! 1 1 1 1 ! I ! 1 1 ■ i j ! ! 1 1 1 ' u i [ ■ j j io T iMuj-iii m ' 1 1 yTTTT 1 1 rp- T =n ti ■ 1 1 1 ' 4-i ■ 1 1 ! T 1 1 ! 1 1 t ! ! i ! ! ! 4-1 XV t ifii!!i!nn iiUlTilin | ifr- 1 t I ! i i I if v i i i i i i r s Tii rir ' rTiiiiitiiiiii n |l 1 1 1 1 1 ih ' im ! ii IA07 ill 1 1 Li ! I 1 1| i I r rz - T! T i i iilfi!ii!T!i!iiTlli!!ifl lV t ifiihiiiiil iiiiliTiini 1 1 i r- i t l i i i I if v I ■ ! i l i r J 1 1 ii I MC Cjli|j[rr H — llMilImlli ygofo fi i ■ i ■ ■ 1 1 ■ 1 1 ■ T l " l r i i 1 1 T i i ii , t ! T I Trig FRESHMEN OFFICERS Leonord Schaefer - ' Velma Jones - - - Malcolm Thompson Leila Davis - - - - Clara Anderson George Ashby Thelma Atwood Genevieve Atvvood M. B. Ausban Irene Austin Raymond Bailey Virginia Baird Robert Baldridge Alice Ballard Thelma Barrett Hugh Allyn Mrs. J. C. Batten John P. Baucum Hugh T. Bennett Burnis Booth Alma Boswell Cecil Brown Wayman Burks Edward L. Carr, Jr. Paul Caywood Milton Chapman ' Brooksie Nelle Cooper Munson Cooper Marguerite Cox Ame iia Crihpield Bill Cunningham Pauline Currie Mrs. Austin Curtis Henry Dalton Robert Darnell Inman Davidson Joe Davis Leila Davis Juanita Davis W. Q. Daugherty Mary Doak Evelyn Dodds Wadpord Donnell Margaret Doriot Lois Easterwood Elizabeth Etheridge Sol Feld Zelma Fisher C. L. Floyd Jewel Ford Earl Franklin Roy Frazier Joseph Freeman Rosalind Gooch Ruth Elizabeth Hall Elizabeth Sue Hall Tod Harris ROLL Alice Hayes Maurine Hawkins George Henderson Mattie Herring Joe Hewgley Leila Hicks Marguerite Hicks Mabel Hoffman Zetha Hollis Helena Hoppe Virginia Houser Harris Humphreys John H. Humphreys Lloyd Hellen Dixon Johnson J. Sam Johnson Mrs. Frank Johnson Alton Jones Jim D. Jones Velma Jones Edward R. Kelty Lyrl Kennedy Cledis Kiser Ruth Lanier Mary Alice Lockwood Opal Lowrey Mrs. C. J. Malone Julian Marks Claud McAlpin J. C. McGill K. F. McRae Landis Medling Eugene Meeks Rena Mitchell Aubrey Melton William Miller Omeda Morton B. B. Murphy Madison Murchison J. T. Newsom John Nuckolls Christine Oakley Joe Odle Lacey Oliver Preston Omar Burlean Orr Almus Polsgrove Jewell Patterson Ruby Patton Faye Patton Leonard Penland Chester Pillow Ralph Poindexter Frances Poole - President Vice-Preside7it Treasurer Secretary Katherinf. Powell Jeff Pratt Addean Ray Ethel Reed Edgar Roberts Thelma Roberts Marie Robertson Willie Mae Rogers Joseph Rosenbloom Elmer Scates Bernard Scatfs Leonard Schaffer Cecil Schmidt Ohlin Siler Warren Smith Hoke Smith Elizabeth Smith Victor Sprague Lowell Stalcup Carl Stallings Evelyn Stanford T. W. Steadman H. M. Stevenson Raymond Stewart Margaret Stovall Horace Sublett Flora Switzer Guy Thomas Malcolm Thompson John Gilbert Thompson H. A. Turner Lena Ury Lewis Wahl J. P. Wahl J. M. Watson Sam Wallace Rebecca Ware Oralea Webb Carl Webb Flossie Webb Nancy Welch Minette Wheeler Hillman Willis Frank Williams Mae Williams Mary Williams Irby Williams La Nelle Wiley D. E. Wilson, Jr. Martha Louise Wilson B. O. Wolfe L. R. Wilson Roy Wright 1 I I I I I M I M | I I i I II I I I ! U i M I I =pl T i ilVi!iM!l!iiTJ!li!!fl I T ! ! i I ! i( T5W 111 JlLL I 1 1 1 I II }i | I I 1 1 1 i I i i I i i I ill I 1 1 ILL Ira i hr g l ri ; FRESHMAN DAY " " TlMlllMIMMlMlili ' lllMII ic t)T I 1 1 1 J-i 1 1 1 1 i |lii||illi||||rb- !i[fii!ii!!ii;!H!T ii Tni;!ti!iiiilliir = H Mrs. Arthur Warren Prince, B.M.. Director of Fine Arts M.M. Mrs. A. Warren Prince has been director of the Conservatory of Music, Union Univer- sity, since 1910. Mrs. Prince is widely known for her musical ability both as a teacher and as an artist. The conservatory has made splendid progress, the enrollment increasing rapidly each succeeding year. She has been organist at the First Baptist Church since 1909. Mrs. Prince is a member of the following organizations : Tennessee Federated Music Clubs, MacDowell Club of Jackson, Chi Omega and Tn Sigma Sororities and Daughters of American Revolution. ill ' Hi if ' I! 1 1 II " I i lii Ml! ' !! 1QOT i ; 1 1 1 J. i 1 1 l i 1 1 1 ■ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I it Yiliiiii Smiwrf Mrs. Arthur Warren Prince, B.M. Piano M.M. Mrs. A. W. Prince has been instructor in piano at Union University since 1910. Under her direction the department has grown rapidly, and is today considered one of the best conservatories in the South. Mrs. Prince is widely known for her musical ability and technique. She is a member of the MacDowell Club of Jackson, and Tennessee Federated Music Clubs. r " |TmTT ErH T i | i I ' HI 1 t i ! i i l iC i ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 !T!l!iiT, ' il!l!fl 192711111 II jl 111 1 1 1! 1 1 TTTTT | n=3 L II I ■ I ' U Mill l I I i I llrlllll Wllitiiiiiiiitir forT ' illitliiliillilj jg Union University Orchestra Under the leadership of Mr. and Mrs. Print Hudson the Union University orchestra was organized early in the Fall term. It is composed of twenty-seven musicians, both from the University and the city, and has exhibited unusual talent during the year. Mrs. Hudson is the Director and has been assisted by Mr. J. M. S wanner, instructor of violin, during the winter term. The personnel of the orchestra is as follows : Director — Mrs. Print Hudson, violin. Violins — Misses Beauton, Heathcock, Virginia Wright, Velma Jones, Margaret Mercer, Alberta Gillespie, Madeline Hall, Helena Hoppe; Messrs. J. M. Swanner, J. V. Allison, Edward Carr. Cello— D. E. Wilson. Cornets — Print Hudson, Leonard Schaeffer. Trombones — Preston Omar, C. C. Miller Jr. Clarinets — Miss Vara Jones, E. E. McKinney, Andy Miller. Saxophones — Misses Mary Mount, Bessie Jones; Messrs. Hebert Stephenson, Jeff Pratt, Madison Murchison. Drums — Len Askew. Pianists — Misses Sybilla Barton, Ann Presnell, Emma Laura Walker. The outlook for next year is indeed prom- ising. The prospects are encouraging for even a better and more efficient organization. Miss Helen Buck Winner of senior state prize in piano. Talented young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Buck, Jackson, Tennessee, and pupil of Mrs. A. Warren Prince, Union University. She has won state prizes in piano three times, having won the Junior State Contest in piano at Cookeville four years ago, and having won second prize in the State Juvenile Contest at Chattanooga when she was nine years of age. She is also president of the Junior McDowell Club of Jackson. I I I I | M I I 1 | I I I liiiliiiC 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 i i i ,}i 1 1 1 1 1 ii U U i ■ ' i ■ i ■ l IQOT IJIMLIM 111 J I IJ I |l JLV 4 if ii IliI 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ill iiil JJi g gll!t!!!lii!Hir i!iii;ili!!JI[!! g John M. Swanner Violin Mr. Swanner has been a student of violin, piano and organ at Beethoven Conservatory of Music, St. Louis, Missouri; Missouri State Normal; Ouachita College; and with private teachers. He has been directing theater orchestras for a number of years, and has shown himself to be a musician of excellent ability. He came to Union as head of the Violin Department in the Fall of 1926, and has accom- plished much toward the formation of a better violin Department. r-i 1 1 ! 1 1 1 ! ! I ! 1 1 1 i ! I ! 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 ! ! ! ! 1 Tl llilii It If i iiUi!ii!T!i!iiTl!l!!ifl JLV4 i 1 1 i 1 1 1 I i i 1 1 Til in | i jr l- ilLLLiU w IW 1 !!!i H T T rntiTiiyillil! a Mrs. E. E. Taliaferro Voice The Voice Department is indeed fortunate in having as its head Mrs. Edward E. Talia- ferro. Mrs. Taliaferro is a native of this city. The enrollment of the department is in- creasing and the outlook for the coming year is very promising. Mrs. Taliaferro has studied with the best teachers in America. For several years she had a private studio in Nashville. She was elected head of the Voice Department in Union University in the fall of 1924. Under her leadership the Department shows much development and we are sure this will steadily increase. - l IM|ilM|i|||lllliliil|ll|M J itIm!! jf| Mi ll li-i 1 i 1 1 i t iilL 19 T iHiiniiii 1 i iiiifiiiii i in nil 1 1 in ! 1 1 1 1 m ! hi 1 1 irp- 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 i i i i i i ! i iii i 1 1 1 1 IT-,- till 1 1 1 r ggj lil|!i!i:i!iili r iiM lti! ;|ii|T|TI H Expression and Dramatic Art Miss Mary Evans Saunders, A.M. Expression and Dramatic Art Member of the National Association of Teachers of Speech, The Drama League of America, and the National Story-Tellers League; Secretary of the Tennessee Oratorical League. She has been head of Lake Junaluska Summer School of Dramatic Art, succeeding Byron W. King. The Department of Expression and Dramatic Art has shown marvelous improvement under the direction of Miss Saunders. , , ■ M I ' 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I i l|M 111 1 1 1 -dfiOT l! 1 1 HI ! I 1 1| i I III 1 1 1 ■ 1 1 1 1 1 I R - ijl ilU-MiMT Ti!l!!!fl 1 1 7 illlhliili ' iiillJillli li iHf i t i ' 1 1 1 if v 1 1 1 1 1 1 r ■ I ■ ■ 1 1 ■ 1 1 1 " { 1 1 J i SJzzE I I I T i i I i ,1 !t! I t_TZ-- F -A Home Economics Mrs. Print Hudson, Dean, B.S. Home Economics Under the able direction of Mrs. Print Hudson, the Department of Home Economics is making splendid progress. She has charge of the Art Department, which includes courses in Art, clothing, and Hone Economics Education. Mrs. Hudson received a B. S. degree from Union University in 1923. She has done Graduate work in Peabody College, has Smith Hughes Vocational Qualifications, and was Associate Professor of the Home Economics Department, Union University 1923 ' ' 26. Mrs. Hudson secured Smith Hughes Qualifications for Union University and was President of West Tennessee Home Economics Association 1925- ' 26. At present she is State Chair- man of Committee on Home Decoration. Ill I Tl I ll-Ill! I 1 1 1 1( 1T1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ! ■ it! ! I ! ! I f ! 1QQT i|iMi-i!Mii ! H ! 1 1 1 1 1 ii J-V44 ifiiiiiliin hili Tilin ILL jjjjj V H — zzLL ES IJr lllllllIll!!!!! ' Foods and J [utrition - Miss Catherine Routon, B.S. Miss Catherine Routon attended Union University 1922-25. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Home Economics from George Peabody College for Teachers in June 1925, and since that time has taught in Union University. She has under her direction classes in Cookery, Dietetics, Nutrition, Practice House and Household Administration. mw IJ-i!iliT!l!nTi!l!!lfl JLVX i ill i ! ! 1 1 1 1 i i i i i 1 1 ti 1 1 1 1 hi hr. v i : i . i ; r BOOK4 -»? -» . ' ■ Publications (l(O i — . , ■ . ' ( ,, ,Gin rxTTT — ' I ' ll I ! i TT H- Ifl ' l !tJiii ' ii!tii gsuaajScfrt- hTTTTTTTUTiTRTT rate r» || THE STAFF Editor Clifton J. Malone Business Manager Thomas Roote Associate Editors Ara Alexander, Johnnie Moore Class Editors Theodosia Irwin, Voleria Heaslet Cartoonists William Rutledge, Thomas Jennings Literary Editors George Payne, Virginia Parker, Tom Siler, Lelia Thomas, John H. Jones Snap-Shot Editor Paul Sloan Fine Arts Editor Sybilla Barton Poet Frank J Ray Athletic Editor Claude Burnett Joke Editor Russell Moore Advertising Manager Leon Burnett Circulating Manager Ernest M. Parrott —-| 1 1 ! 1 1 1 ! I ! 1 1 1 1 j ! 1 1 1 ! ! I j j j ! ! i qot 1 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 j m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 rb- fH i ti ' 1 1 1 1 j-i ! 1 1 ;T! M ■ it. 1 ! i ! ! ! f I XV 4 I ifuhilu HtHiii i r- g gll!t!!!iii!H!r r rr.iij|Hiiii|jT[jj g Thomas S. Roote Business Manager Clifton J. Malone Editor-in-Chief 1 1 1! II I ! ' I ! M ' i 1 ' I 1 1 i|i in J M iriOT I! I Mil ! I 1 1 1 I I I M 1 1 1 I II 1 1 1 I r - tTi |Tij i ■ ■ -■ ! ■ I !T! I ■ ■ itj!i !! 8-S-l 19V7 iH I ! j i ! ! I ■ ! i J 1 1 1 jj 1 1 1 tt i j j i[r r - TTTn BUDGET of The " LEST WE EORGET " For the Scholastic Year beginning September 13, 1925 and Ending May 24, 1927. INCOME Annual Sale (Not Dry Goods. See Jokes) • ■ $1535.00 Advertisements ' - 950.00 Contribution from Jack-leg Alley 0.15 Editor ' s New Wife (unknown value) 25.00 Seventy-five Prints for the " Bachelor of Ugliness " - - - 45.00 $2555.15 EXPENDITURES Free Air for Editor ' s Ford $0000.10 Engraving - 250.00 Printing and Binding 1000.25 Ice Cream Cone for Bill Rutledge (A Sundae Nut) 0.05 One Account Book for Accounting 0.25 Three Penny Pencils and one Eraser 0.50 Roll of Films for Snap-Shot Editor 0.50 Powder for Snap-Shot Editor (Not Talcum) 5.00 Toy Pistol Caps for Snap-Shot Editor ' - ' ' . ' L0 ° Cheese and Crackers for the Staff 3.00 Stamps 16.00 Moore ' s Studio 500.00 Interest on 1925- ' 26 Annual Debt 250.00 Chewing Gum — to pass away the time - - - 2.00 Annual Banquet ------ 0.42 Total Expenditures $2029.07 Balance for Back Debt! ! ! 526.08 Total Income - - $2555.15 1 I I I I I I M n Tijliii IT ' 1 ' I ' lC !i ' llT!l!MTi!l!!ifi 19 T iiiilHU LLi ! i ! ' in i Mi i n 1 1 i-l • I 111 j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II U_ Mlf pill 1 LI jjg]] • — » — Cardinal dndCream Staff- f m- jj«j| . .•. ' THE STAFF Editor-in-chief Charles Howse Associate Editors George Payne, Paul Sloan Sport Editor C. E. McNair Society Editor Catherine Rogers Exchange Editor Jack Sims Columnist Voleria Heaslet Campus Editor Ruby Hester Conservatory Reporter Helen Buck Religious Activities Editor Tom Siler Jo e Editor William Rutledge Literary Editors - ■ Lelia Thomas, John H. Jones, Herbert Burch, Bessie Jones Alfred Mooneyham, Leon Burnett, Mary Maude Barfield Business Manager Aubrey Reed Assistant Business Manager - Claude Burnett - 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 ! 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 ! ! ! ! i o T ' ! ' I ! i » ! l ' ! ' ! ! I ' ! !!i|!i|rp- -T T i 1 1 1 1 4- 1 ! 1 1 ? T 1 1 ! i ■ t ! ! l S ! ! J- 1 lV i ifiiMiiiin ihMtiIIii | ijrt " " IT I ! I I I l( ' I ' M ' I I tiitill!t!!!lli!!t!l - I ITnTITTITnilM Aubrey Reed Business Manager Charles Howse Editor ' in-Chief |iijii!|M|iN;||!i ' iil!|[!j! 1QOT ijhui I I m 1 1 1 j I ill 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Tr = ! | ni»J-i!ii!T!i! ' iTl!i!!lfl XV 4 I ULllLllI ■ 1 1 1 jj 1 1 1 » | j r- I t i ! I I I |f v tfO X ° fc v .- ; — ■ ■ — =- ■_ ;QS © Fraternities Wil!t!!il!i!H!r r jbZTii;j|Hiiii|{li|ll 1TTT _i_Ui Chi Omega Sorority Colors: Cardinal and Straw Founded at University of Arkansas. Fayetteville, Ark., April 5, 1895. Flov White Carnation FOUNDER? Jean Vincenheller Ina Mae Boales Dr. Charles Richardson Alice Simonds jobelle holcomb PUBLICATIONS The Eleusis Helen Nieman, Editor The Mystagogue Annie C. Whiteside, Editor The Owl Helen Nieman, Editor CHAPTER PUBLICATION The Upsilon Hoo Hoo Mary Elizabeth Ball, Editor Grace powers Catherine Routon voleria heaslet Mary Anna Tomlin Katherine Rogers Mildred Roote Mary Maud Barfield Bernice Andrews Esta Lee Grisham Carol Whitson Elizabeth Hall Upsilon Chapter Established 1904-1911 Re-established June 2, 1924 SORORES IN FACULTATE SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE CLASS OF 1927 Mrs. A. W. Prince Mrs. M. M. Summar Ara Alexander class of 1928 Gladys Andrews class of 1929 Bertis Billington PLEDGES Willie Mae Rogers Velma Jones Mary Williams Ruth Shaw Bessie Jones Gladys Jennings Mary Elizabeth Ball Leila Davis Zelma Fisher Juanita Davis rosaland gooch — 1 1 1! ii I Ml! Mil ' 1 1 ill ' ! UMM 1QQT i ' iiili j i iii 1 1 1 HTTT I r r pTi ti M il III hli! Tl!l!!!fl J-V t i l-i i ! f 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i 1 1 1 ft 1 1 1 1 I fFrj: " " IT I ' I I I if V I i I I I i I g gll!t!!!ili!!til fo ililtiililillil! jg " ' • ; ;__ ' -51 Til| iilJ.i!i ' l!T!l!MT!!l!!Jfl WXT ihliiliili ' lilllllllli 11 i h- i t 11 1 1 1 if y I ! 1 1 1 1 §MNW H Sigma Alpha Epsilon Founded at University of Alabama March 9, 1856 Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold Flower: Violet FOUNDERS Noble Leslie DeVotie John B. Rudolph John Webb Kerr Abner Edward Patton Wade Foster Samuel Martin Dennis Nathan E. Cockrell Thomas C. Cook PUBLICATIONS The Record William C. Levere, Editor Phi Alpha Lawrence Foreman, Editor Lions Paw Convention Daily CHAPTER PUBLICATION Lion Roars Charles Howse, Editor FRATRES IN FACULTATE Professor W. L. Howse FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE class of 1927 George Payne Leon Burnett Wendell Spraggins class of 1923 David Malone Charles Howse Bransford Whitlow Robert Howard Doris Burgess class of 1929 Estes Wilson Herbert Burch William Suggs John Beavers PLEDGES John Chambers Clyde Hill Hillman Willis Robert Argo Edward Carr Joe Hewgley Dixon Johnson Leonard Schaefer Tod Harris Cecil Brown Robert Baldridge Marden Watters ■ T] T i I i illJ-iiil! T !l!MTJIl!!!fl 1 t M i 1 1 if !! iQgTlilllflliiHIiiliHliJTJ I IjIjfj, gS53iaiiii 5 g -T! T 1 ' 1 ! 1 1 4-i ! 1 1 !T! I ! ■ it! ! 1 ! ! !4-l 19 4 ill 1 ! ! 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 I I ill 1 1 1 J | if?- 1 T I ' I I I l( I I ' ' ■ ' I ' I gj lii- AIpha Tau Omega Founded at Virginia Military Institute September 11, 1865 Colors: Sky Blue and Old Gold Otis A. Glazebrook FOUNDERS Erskin M. Ross OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS The Alpha Tau Omega Palm Congress Daily Flower: White Tea R.ose Alfred Marshall Frank W. Scott, Editor CHAPTER PUBLICATION The Beta Tau Out ' oo Clifton J. Malone, Editor BETA TAU CHAPTER Installed February 23, 189J FRATRE3 IN FACULTATE Dr. G. M. Savage Dr. C. W. Davis Coach, Roy Stewart FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE CLASS OF 1927 class of 1923 Claude H. Burnett C1AS3 of 1925 Clifton J. Malone J. A. Hart, Jr. John H. Jones Sidney Pugh Russell Moore John Moore Aubrey Reed Don Wilmoth Jack Sims J. D. Wright Richard Stewart Frank Reed Munson Cooper Grady Hughes Don Elgin Wilson Irvin Harris J. D. Gray Martin Key PLEDGES George Henderson Warren Smith Charles Davis W. Q. Daugherty Raymond Stewart Paul G. Caywood Lowell Stalcup -—? r H 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 - o t i ! 1 1 ' i- 1 i • » i n 1 1 ! 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 n r q TlIlIl I Tinnifi ml ■ 1 1 a 8 1 ! 1 1 ■ i ■ i ■ 1 1 t ■ 1 1 1 1 1 1 { I {Tyj i!ilfil!t!!!lii!!t!r fo ii!itiiiiiillii ' } ' H — ycMpha | J J vb« Omega £ «» — 1 1 |i ii I m 1 1 ii iii 1 1 1 hi ii 11 1 ii a s ij 1 1 hi ' 1 1 ii 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 in i r rrrz 1 t I ! i i l if y I ' ' ' i i r U- 1 TTTfl i jitiii H — TF est tOe for-p Qt 1 1 • 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 I r i I l 1T1 1 1 1 rrl M | 1 1 J H 111 Alpha Phi Epsilon Honorary Literary and Debating Society Fraternity Founded at Atlanta Georgia April 29, 1918 Colors: Garnet and Green Floiver: Red Rose FOUNDERS Representatives of the Philomathic Literary Society of the University of Alabama, the Wirt of Auburn, the Phi Gamma of Emory University, the Franklin of Howard College, the Hermaean of the University of Mississippi, the Mu Sigma Rho of Richmond University, the Stewart of Southwestern Presbyterian University, the " Varsity Club of Stetson Univer- sity, and the Chi Delta of the University of Tennessee. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION The Garnet and Green Charles R. Morse, Editor ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Established January 27, 1927 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. C. B. Williams J. C. Dance FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE J. D. Grey Paducah, Kentucky Kit Parker Bradford, Tennessee John Hall Jones Ft. Myers, Florida Clifton J. Malone Jackson, Tennessee Clayton James Milan, Tennessee J. W. Thomas Siler Silerton, Tennessee Nane Starnes ' ' ' ' ,.,,.. Asheville, N. C. =pl Tlj I LilHlilill II | I | P I 1 I I I I hilllilllf! q«W i J 1 1 1 Ll 1 1 ili 1 1 M I | 1 1 1 hi 1 1 Hjjiig: -— I ! U I : I ! t ! J 1 1 i i » i ! ! " 17; »_ 1 1 ! ; | j { 1 1 ! i 1 1 ? | [ L £E " ■fjilljlk " ' - ' ! " !■ j ' i ' " ' ! ' !! I -I X V » ifiiliiliin i.iUt , ijillTf- ill— E»J Council ' Sigma Aljbha Epsilon Charles Howse Bransford Whitlow Bessie Jones Claude Burnett Herbert Burch Chi Omega Voleria Heaslet Alpha Tau Omega John H. Jones Ara Alexander Aubrey Reed E _7 . T i i ilH-i!il!T!IMiTi!l!!lfl i-VXi LJJjJLLi MtiIIii | if? : -— -z ■■ " Clubs re© 9 w, -.j ,. ==,. O l!ll!il!t!!!!ii!!iS- %fo TTTTmi !!!r H — Four Square Club ACTIVE MEMBERS Pete Walker Len Askew H. F. Baker Mitchell Bennett Prof. J. C. Dance Jack McKenzie C. E. McNair Talmadge Miller Jake Johnson Nane Starnes Charles Deere Joe Davis Ernest Parrott Thomas Roote Tom Siler J. Paul Sloan Mahlon Warren Dr. C. B. Williams Cotys Willingham PLEDGES Joseph Freeman Madison Murchison Elwart Pickler Hugh Bennett r--| I 1 1 • i M I ' 1 1 1 1 1 i i Q07 1 1 1 1 li j 1 1 1 1 TTTTT irp- vP, T 1 i illJ-i!il!T!l! ' iT, ' il!l!fl i-VX i ifiil!i!ui 1 1 1 1 llTillii 1 1 1 [?- 1 t 1 ' 1 1 1 if t 1 ■ 1 1 1 1 r 1 j Ll " -t— " - 4T ) lourSquw r I - i l|iiiMi|i|iii ill iii ' MiMM - o ! T illiuiii 111 ' 1 1 TTTTT 1 1 rp- " 1 T I ' I I I l ' I ' ' I ' I I J -rprr — V H — mMMm MMS Trig A. A. McClanahan Dale Glover Jake Johnson Clifton Malone Thomas Siler Paul Sloan Boyce Smith Pete Walker C. E. McNair Talmadge Miller Prof. A. W. Prince Thomas Roote COTYS WlLLINGHAM OFFICERS FIRST TERM Thomas Siler President Clifton Malone Vice-President Paul Sloan Secretary S ° Treasurer C. E. McNair C. C. Reporter Thomas Roote Tell Leader second term Talmadge Miller - - - A. A. McClanahan COTYS WlLLINGHAM Pete Walker - - - Dale Glover President ' - - ' Vice-President Secretary Treasurer - - - C. C. Reporter Tell Leader THIRD TERM Clifton Malone Boyce Smith Pete Walker Paul Sloan ' ■ President - - Vice-President Secretary 1 Treasurer Tell Leader — 1 Mil - =n t i i ill Ht " i i hf MiU ' t!!! |l,, i! l i!i!! 1QQ7 i|i mh ! mi ' 1 1 j • i u miii J- 1 ! 1 1 ! T ! I ! » i t ! ! I ! ! ! f I JLV 4 ! I ! n i i i i i 1 1 till 1 1 i ■LL lLLL r g;i!t!!i!ii!Hir r ii;iitii{iMlli!i l M voleria heaslet - - Theodosia Irwin Anne Presnell - - ' - - - President Vice-President Secretary Ruth Shaw Gladys Andrews Lora Simmons Bernice Andrews Virginia Parker Mrs. Hardin ' ' Ryan Stewart Dorris Kirkman Nell Mitchell Willie M. Johnson Christine Black Katherine Rogers Grace Hudson Mrs. L. D. Rutledge Maggie Smith Faculty Adviser " i 1 1! ii I Ml !IM| Niiii ' ill!!!! qqt iiuum m j i i . mini irp- pn Ti I ' i i 14-1 ■ 1 1 !Ti 1 1 1 it!! I ! ! ! 4-l 1 3 ZZ i 1 1 ! ! 1 1 1 1 1 i ! i i I I n 1 1 1 1 | i[rl: I T I ' I I I if ) I ! ! I ' I I I JTTTITi 1 1 1 m s u 5 m i rril - ! " !!- ■ : 8 ;i!8:i!3TlTTr pig ffl " | fflk OFFICERS FIRST TERM: Present, Katherine Rogers; Vicj-PrMidtnt, Christine Black; Secretary and Treasurer, loan Patterson. SECOND TERM: Presi dent, Katherine Rogers; Vice-President, Ruby Hester; Secretary, Lucile Deen; Treasurer, Lena Ury. — 1 1 M ii I ! 1 1 ! 1 1 ill n i nil in ' 1 1 moT i!iiij.i!ini m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j rTTT = " — F51 Tiii iilJ-i!ii!T!i! iT!li!!ifl 19 1 ihihilliililili ' iliil | ![?- JjJLulif ViUjlir ;S ll LI H — Thomas Roote - Jack McKenzie Vernon Melton Andrew Miller - - President Secretary Treasurer C. C. Reporter Philip Aquino Cecil Brown Tyson Cole Charles Davis Charles Deere John Nuckolls Johnnie Moore Jame; Newsom Jack Poindexter Herbert Stevenson Victor Stripling Lewis Wahl David Malone Wayman Burk fr r--| 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ij 1 1 j j J i Q07 i ] 1 1 1 Li 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 2 — I T I ' I I I if V I i I i I i H Mi nyt. fi ' i H — m I TiiiiitiiiiiiM Leon Burnett, President; " E. M. Parrott, Vice-President; " MARTiN Key, Secretary and Treasurer. Paul Summitt, Edward Blackmon, J. D. Jones, Edward Fullerton, Print Hudson, Cotys Willingham. D. E. Wilson, President; Lelia Thomas, Vice-Tresidznt; Jewell Patterson, Secretary and Treasurer. Roll: Ruth Jean Carr, Maggie Joe Gray, Alberta Gillespie, Leon Burnett, Thelma Atwood, Henry Dalton, Bessie Ray, Bernice Carter, Julian Marks, Edward Carr, Flossie Webb, Dr. Savage. - t] T I II i t i ! 1 1 1 iT J-i!il!T!l!nTlll!!ifl X.V44 iHiiniiNi IiUItiMii f — i ■ if i ' l!t!!iiii!l|jT %ifo llMi ' ll ' ll lr l I 1T1 il 1 1 J!|l ILL- Debating Club OFFICERS John H. Jones ' President Willie M. Johnson Secretary Claud Burnett Ohlin Siler Leon Burnett Victor Sprague Martha Cross Nane Starnes Mabel Dowling Mahlon Warren L. W. Ferrell J. D. Wilson I. D. Grey Estis Wilson Charles Howse George Henderson Joe Odle Margaret Stovall Kit Parker Pete Walker Ernest Pinkerton Clayton James T. H. Ryker Clifton Malone -Tl =nTT aliim f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l|M I 1 1 1| I in ! iUi!i.liT!l!ii T !!l!!lfi XV 41 ihiMiii n 1 1 1 1 iiTiiin i ■ miiiCre Srmw 1 U H — vVm i yftssJMtoem OFFICERS Sybilla Barton - - ' - Mary Hicks - - - Mar " Elizabeth B ll Mrs. A. W. Prince - President - Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer ■ - ■ Chapter Mother Catherine Routon Mrs. Print Hudson Ara Alexander Leila Davis Velma Jones Mrs. A. W. Prince Sybilla Barton Mary Hicks Mary Elizabeth Ball . It ' i 1 1 1 4- ' ! i i ! T ? I ! i i t! i I ! ! ! 4-1 1 9 1 if 1 1 ! ! I ! i I i I i ! i 1 1 It 1 1 1 f Ifr- t I ! i 1 1 if y i ■ 1 1 1 1 r 1 }!i[!il!t!!!ilii!l!r r forT ii;itiiiii|jT[ij g Dramatic Club Virginia Baird Dorothy Louise Burgess Mitchell Bennett William Caldwell Leila Davis Evelyn Dodds Mary Sue Eubanks Sarah Elston Addie Hundley George Henderson Margurite Hicks Agnes Herbert Dixon Johnson Margaret Key C. B. Laws Julian Marks Ruth Merriwether Lucile McClure Rita Pontius Jack Poindexter Mary D. Rose Marie Robertson Gladys Rice Margaret Stovall Malcom Thompson Joe Varnell Billy Varnell Elsie Wolfe Mary Williams Sam Wallace Eula May Williams J. D. Wilson Page one hundred three . ii M II " I ill l| i 10QT ill l m ! 1 1 ii u -T 1 , T i l iiU-MillTHhiTilllMfl JLV4i ill 1 1 ! i ! 1 1 i ! i i i 1 1 1 " i t I ' 1 1 1 ■( ill TT 1 r FH Mill S TTTT itt U. Club J. P. Johnson President R. K. Bennett Alfred Mooneyham Claud Burnett Sidney Pugh John Jones Joe Norvell S. O. Price Dick Stewart Herman Ross John Chambers Len Askew Russell Moore Almer Sublett Roy Stewart Hayden Stevenson Victor Stripling J. A. Hart Boyce Smith Pace one hundred foi i I j 1 1 Ml I M 1 1 ' M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 I l liU.|!iuT!iniTi!l!!lfl 1 T U I I ' iC t097 ijiijn ji hi 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 rr — ILLLU or -i n ¥ ' ?= (== . C j yg ©£) © © Societies to h » e K M = 5 i » e 5 Q © = Wll!t!ii!ii!!tiT !liitillilil?i!| g Apollonian Literary Society OFFICERS OF ' 26 AND ' 27 FALL TERM Clifton Malone - - President Thomas Roote Vice-President George Payne Secretary W. E. Perry Treasurer WINTER TERM Aubrey Reed President E. M. Parrott Vice-President Frank Reed Secretary Joe Davis Treasurer spring term Aubrey Reed President Madison Murchison Vice-President Joe Davis Secretary and Treasurer Aubrey Reed Madison Murchison W. E. Perry Joe Davis George Payne E. M. Parrott John Thompson George Henderson A. B. Polsgrove Thomas Roote Paul Sloan Herman H. Ross Frank Reed Norman Thornton Hoke Smith John Chambers Leon Burnett Grady Hughes Jack McKenzie Clifton Malone B. B. Ozment —-| i Mil I MM I!!!!!! Hi! -t! t i i n I l-i! .1 mi ' IiILllLT ..TTTTTT iMTHhiTJilMifl 1QQT i ! 1 1 i i-i ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 ! ill 1 1 1 r q XV4t |i|ij ii| i|i| ■ i ■ 1 1 ti 1 1 | i ijjljfr gil!tl!!i!i!H!T ifoMi!i;it!;ii!ilIi!} H — n .-« Page one hundred i -Tj ti l ilH-i!il!T!lhiTi!l!!!fl 19 1 ill Jhl i ■ l i I i I i I lH 1 1 it 1 1 Ifr- Wil!tiJ!lii!!t!r fo Ttli!itiililillil ' = H — I Calliopean Literary Society OFFICERS OF " 26 AND ' 27 HALL TERM Tom Siler - President }. D. Gray Vice-President David Malone Secretary WINTER TERM J. D. Gray - ■ ' - President Nane Starnes - Vice-President C. B. Pillow Secretary SPRING TERM Homer Appleton President B. B. Murphy Vice-President Edward Carr - - Secretary Edward Carr Emil Silverstein Lloyd Hellen L. W. Ferrell Marden Watters Victor Sprague Philip Aquino William Rutledge Aubrey Melton Tom Siler William Hooper Roy Frazier J. D. Gray Charles Deere W. J. Freeman R. B. Howard D. E. Wilson, Jr. Joe Odle Hillman Willis Hayden Stevenson David Malone Bransford Whitlow Nane Starnes B. B. Murphy Pete Walker Thomas Jennings Eldon Carter Charles Howse Joe Arnold J. T. Newsom Paul Baisch Henry Dalton Clyde Hill Homer Appleton Lewis Wahl A. L. Waddle -— 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 ! 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ! MM MM o T ' ! ' I ! Ll i ' ! 1 1 ! ' ! ! ! i ' ImT " F z r T! Ti l lili-Mii!T!lhiTi!i!.!:!fl l fZi ih i ! ! 1 1 1 1 n i 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 n | i hi ' 1 T I I I I l( I I ' M ' I I J gfIiiIfll!t!!!!ii!lt!r r j i;iJi}iiiiiiJTfj H — :z Tl | l|ii!!!lii!!ij!! " i| !!}!!!! 1Q97 i } 1 1 } li m j 1 1 j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 nun irp- i1iImiI( " ' ■ |! " ! - ! LLLilliliilil X V iHihilun iiiiiTilin i ?- 1 1 1 1 ic iliJ-Mi [UN H st yd Qt fp !!!!!!! Mil] rrra i l l I T i 1 1 1 it !t! I G. M. Savage Literary Society OFFICERS OF ' 26 AND ' 27 FALL TERM L. A. Moon President Kit Parker - - Vice-President Clarence Crawford Secretary WINTER TERM Kit Parker President Thomas Ryker Vice-President Bernard Scates Secretary SPRING TERM Frank Ray President Bernard Scates Vice-President Herbert Stevenson Secretary R. K. Bennett Mitchell Bennett Inman Davidson John H. Jones Bernard Scates Clarence Crawford Herbert Stevenson T. I. Miller COTYS WlLLINGHAM J. B. Caldwell Tyson Cole L. A. Moon Malcolm Younger Kit Parker Thomas Ryker Elmer Scates Ernest Pinkerton C E. McNair Frank Ray Sam Johnson Elwart Pickler Jeff Pratt J. D. Wilson Hugh Bennett Claude Burnett Clayton James -Tj Tijl lllli!il!T!lhiT!!l!!i!l 1Q 7 iHiiniiir i i i i iiliiiii i Ml Mi-ill HI ' 1 1 } 1 1 1 i ! 1 1 1 M 1 Tt - 17, " tiling !!ilfll!t!!!IIi!!t! 3 %fo Tii!iltiiiiiliii!IJ 1 I M II 1 1 1 1 ! II UN I ill Mill III -if t}T ijl |iii ' I ill i I i i i 1 1 1 1 111 II irpz VH Ti l iiltiMiiT Till!! If I W i ihlhiiiliiiiilllillM ;i l[r- I T I j I I I if I I ' I ! I I X U I I I I I in iiiiiiii ' .ii Sr r I 1 ! 1 1 » 1 »| M r, . I r i l i iTi ii ni h tTT TTrq Enonian Literary Society Motto: Colors: Hitch Your Wagon To A Star Pink and White OFFICERS OF ' 26 AND ' 27 FALL TERM Ara Alexander President Joan Patterson . . . Vice-President Gladys Andrews Secretary Mary E. Ball - - Treasurer Malcolm Thompson C. C. Reporter WINTER TERM Mary E. Ball President Mary Hicks Vice-President Mary M. Barfield Secretary Velma Loflin Treasurer Malcolm Thompson C. C. Reporter SPRING TERM Mary Hicks President Lucile Deen Vice-President Bessie Jones Secretary Zelma Fisher Treasurer Malcolm Thompson C. C. Reporter Mildred Roote Anne Presnell Bertis Billington Mary Maude Barfield Mary Hicks Carrol Whitson Christine Oakley Evelyn Dodds Omeda Morton Thelma Barret Frances Poole Mrs. Audrey Barr Carrie Belle Reynolds Louise Wilson Katie Stanford Bessie Jones Velma Jones Ara Alexander Gladys Andrews Joan Patterson voleria heaslet Nelle Mitchell Lora Simmons Mary Edna Upchurch Irene Nowell Catherine Rogers Gladys Jennings Marguerite Hicks Lucille Deen Elizabeth Blackman Willie May Rogers Zelma Fisher Elizabeth Etheridge Malcolm Thompson Mary Laura Mount Thelma Roberts Frances Batchelor Mary Elizabeth Ball Iris Adair Mrs. Gasser Esta Lee Grisham Jewell Patterson Christine Black Mary Alice Lockwood Margaret Stovall Mary Emily Blackmon Mary Williams Mary Doak Elizabeth Sue Hall Lora Jackson Mary Ellen Jackson Nell Betts Mary Alice Loflin Velma Loflin Sybilla Barton Mildred Laycock Grace Rhodes Rosalind Gooch Page one hundred twelve .1 1 1 1 I I I I 1 1 Ml I 1 1 1 1 .. i ' l iiulilMTlMiiTl!!!! fl-ft-M I ' lC nnTT • in ic t)7 iNmlmI in 1 1 1 ii jTTTTTnrTrF- lV t i j-i i ! ! i ! 1 1 1 ■ i.illTilin ' ij|i[r r - i!il!li!t!!!l ' i!!t!r Tt;l!!tiilllllIi!l H— — -i 1 1! ii I Ml! INI 1 " iii I iliiM! o )T » ! M » j- i ! i m I m | j iiMii|iiir - ill jlLililill Till!! If! XV t i L i i ! ! i ! ■ I i ■ iiillTillii i i[7i- " I T I j I I I if M ' M ! I I I 1 1 M 1 1 IC j|i|i!n -— U 111 -Tl mriii7Tnir itoZTti!i!}ij;i!il?g Euphrosynean Society Motto: Together hand in hand, for all that is beautiful in art, science, and literature. Colors: Rose and Silver OFFICERS FOR YEAR Bernice Andrews President Thelma Atwood Vice-President Ruth Shaw Secretary Margaret Doriot Treasurer Mrs. Koonce Marsha! Bernice Andrews Thelma Atwood Genevieve Atwood Martha Cross Leila Davis Juanita Davis Margaret Doriot Louise Essary Ruth Shaw Bessie Farmer Ruth E. Hall Ruth Holmes Mrs. Russell Koonce Virginia Parker Mabel Riley Lena Ury Mary Belle Warren Page one hundred fourteen ! 1 1 i i 1 1| 1 11 ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 | M M ill - ill!!! ! ' " iijifl T I ' I I I if TSTz I j-l I ! ! I i I I I I I I I I I T I 1 I II I lfrt: 1 I i ! i ! i I. MmmS jSI12SiSSSS H— L== Page ant hundred fifteen }!ll ilii.l!liiT.iiill!!ii!!fi 19 47 iHliiiiinii|iiiiiiiii t jijifc- " T I ! I I I l( U I I I I 1 1 H — i ilfi ' li!!!iii!!t!r r %forTiiiiiti;iiiil] " iIIg H — i Palladian Literary Society Motto: Taste, Industry, Wisdom. Colors: Green and White OFF CERS OF ' 26 AND ' 27 FALL TERM Theodosia Irwin President Lelia Thomas Vice-President W. Margaret Johnson - - Secretary Mary D. McIlwain • - - Treasurer Bernice Carter - - Marshall winter term Ruby Hester - ' - President Ruth J. Carr Vice-President Bessie Ray - - - - - Secretary Mary D. McIlwain Treasurer Grace Simonton ■ . , Marshall SPRINf: TERM Lyda Roy ' - President Mrs. R. E. Morrison - Vice-President Florence Armour Secretary Mary D. McIlwain ' ■ ■ Treasurer Kate Penick ■ Marshall Florence Armour Irene Austin Wilsie Benge Glenn Bolin Alice Ballard Amelia Crihfield Katherine Caldwell Bernice Carter Marguerite Cox Mary Dodds Rosalind Fullerton Alberta Gillespie Maggie Jo Gray Sula B. Greer Agnes Herbert Ruby Hester Virginia Houser Marjorie Hunt Theodosia Irwin Willie M. Johnson Mrs. Beatrice Keeler Opal Lowrey Mrs. Clifton Malone Flora Switzer Helena Hoppe Rena Mitchell Ruth Lanier Landis Medling Mary D. McIlwain Mrs. R. E. Morrison Allie Mai Oliver Roberta Oliver Kate Penick Elah Pickler Addean Ray Bessie Ray Ethel Reed Gladys Rice Geneva Robertson Marie Robertson Lyda Roy Mrs. L. D. Rutledge Brownie Sandling Marion Self Grace Simonton Elizabeth Smith Maggie Lou Smith Lelia Thomas Oralee Webb Nancy Welch LaNelle Wiley May Williams Flossie Webb Mabel Hoffman. Mrs. J. C. Dance Mrs. A. E. Dowling Mrs. -M. W. Hardin TTTTTi F51 ti| liiHiiiiliii !ii!T!I!iit!!i!!!H -iV t ihi. ' nl hMtiIIim Mir p 61 A Pf nA — ' L S Vw fe Pagt? one hundred serence — 1 1 1 1 ii I Ml ! M il n i iii ' iiiijii -JoOt ill iui ! i hi ' i i « • i i ! miiii irF- -Tl T!{l iili-i!il!T!i!i| T !!l!!!fl lV i ill I ! ; I i i I i i I . I I I ii 1 1 1 1 | fc miLiiif UlLUil THX llilill!!!!;i;!M!li- c llli}||||lil!T|IIg H FT1 J. R. Graves Society of Religious Inquiry OFFICERS FALL TERM T. C. Ury President W. C. Nevil Vice-President L. A. Moon Secretary L. W. Ferrell Corresponding Secretary L. R. Woodson • Treasurer WINTER TERM L. A. Moon President A. A. McClanahan Vice-President Victor Sprague Secretary Thomas Siler Corresponding Secretary T. C. Ury - - - Marshal! J. D. Grey Chorister spring term A. A. McClanahan President W. C. Nevil - - - - Vice-President R. E. Morrison Secretary Paul Baisch Corresponding Secretary L. B. Cobb Chorister E. B. Abbington A. A. McClanahan R. K. Bennett W. C. Nevil Paul Baisch Joe T. Odle J. P. Baucum Dr. I. N. Penick Alton Copeland C. B. Pillow L. B. Cobb A. B. Polsgrove Dr. E. L. Carr Thomas Ryker J. B. Caldwell Thomas Siler J. C. Dance Dr. G. M. Savage L. W. Ferrell Victor Sprague J. D. Grey Bernard Scates Dr. L. R. Hogan H. A. Turner Dr. J. F. Hailey T. C. Ury W. L. Howse Dr. H. E. Watters John H. Jones Dr. Chas. B. Williams L. A. Moon L. R. Woodson Robert E. Morrison M. A. Younger B. B. Murphy Page one hundred eighth ii ' ! M! I " !!!! ' ' ' ! ! ' }!!!! 1Q97 ' inuii mi 1 1 • ! « iuuiiii n=- i n IJ-i!il! T !l!uT!!l!!!fl iV4t i7ii!!i!n IItiMm i | i [hr. y i ■ ! i ! i r. }iillil!t!!!!ii!ltir r %forTiiii|{ij||ijJI H — II !l! 1- i-U- 1 - fflGvafMj Society %2li%iou$ 0nqniry Page one hundred nil b--i 1 1 ! 1 1 1 ! ! I ! 1 1 1 1 ! i ! 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 ! | ! ! i qot I ! 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j f| 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 rp- hTiIiIiI ' J-V UiLLLiiuu ' i " lTtl| ii, ;;}}[rf- 1 TTTT OFFICERS Nane Starnes Mary Belle Warren Lelia Thomas ' ' ' - President - Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer Mrs. Beatrice Keeler Malcolm Younger Mabel Riley Martha Cross Catherine Caldwell Joe Odle L. A. Moon Chester Pillow Nane Starnes Mary Belle Warren Lelia Thomas Page one hundred twenty 1 I I! II I ! 1 1 ! 1 1 III II 1 1 11 1 lii ! M -gflOT I! I I HI ! M 1M I l M I 1 1 i in 1 1 I ? " yH Ti I I I U-i! il !T Ti!l!!lfl IWZ liiiiiiiiliiiiUllillii j | i{?- h t i ' 1 1 1 if y I ' ' 1 1 1 r li!t!!!lli!!t!r fo Tn;i;tiillllllill H — FALL TERM: President, Mary Eli:abeth Ball; Vice-President. Gladys Rice; Secretary, Mary Belle Warren; Treasurer, Grace Simonton. WINTER TERM : President, Mabel Riley ; Vice-President, Grace Simonton ; Secretary, Ruth Holmes; Treasurer, Jewel Patterson. SPRING TERM: President, Mabel Riley; Vice-President, Grace Simonton; Secretary, Ruth Holmes, Treasurer, Jewel Patterson. ,. II I I 1 1 i ||M I II |I||I|1MM TcUFt i ' ImM ! I UN M i 1TTTLTT LlLlLi (J j I J il I K. llil MTT I Tt iiiniinilM ]! H mwtm Gife Service $and ' OFFICERS FIRST TERM: President, L. W. Ferrell; Vice-President, Victor Sprague; Secretary, Gladys Rice. SECOND TERM: President, Victor Sprague; Vice-President, Kate Penick; Secretary, Mary Dee McIlwain. THIRD TERM: President, Kate Penick, Vice-President, Bessie Ray, Secretary, Irene Austin. E. B. Abbington, Irene Austin, J. P. Baucum, J. B. Caldwell, Miriam Carter, Mrs. J. C. Dance, L. W. Ferrell, Agnes Herbert, Mary Dee McIlwain, Joe T. Odle, Kate Penick, C. B. Pillow, Bessie Ray, G ladys Rice, Thomas Ryker, Bernard Scates, Victor Sprague. Baptist Student Union OFFICERS President, Nane Starnes, Vice-President, Mary Belle Warren, Secretary, Irene Austin. ROLL Irene Austin, Martha Cross, J. D. Grey, John H. Jones, Mrs. Beatrice Keeler, L. A. Moon, Joe T. Odle, Kate Penick, Mabel Riley, Nane Starnes, Mary B. Warren, Malcolm Younger, and Rev. W. L. Howse, faculty member. Page one hundred twentyt — I I 1 1 1 1 I M 1 1 1 1 I M 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ] 1 1 l=n T i l llU-l!i ' l!T!l!MTi!l!!!fl I T I ! I I I if IQ2T Ml HUM 111 J I I I |l JMITI | n== ■ j- 1 1 ! ■ ■ ! ■ 1 1 i i i i I ItiIIii 1 1 i [r? r I i I I I i r BGDK5 FT FJ fflj IliL td ' J r! g S T " W. W. Dunn Athletic Director Claude Burnett Business Manager Student Player Roy Stewart Associate Coach Head Coach-elect Page one hundred twenty-three F-T| t! l ilUi ' !illT!M.iTi!l!!8f I t ! ! ' i I i( | 1Q97 i 1 1 ) J- 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 J 1 1 1 M 1 1 I -1V4 I ifllMlil I I I 1 1 1 1 mini 1 imjjg Miss Mary Maude Barfield, Queen of the BulUog eleven, and her two maids of honor. Misses Bertis Billington and Ara Alexander, were a continued source of inspiration to the Canines as they battled on the grid. Alfred Mooneyham, 185, fullback, Clio, Alabama. Four year man, Lost by graduation. Sydney Pugh, Captain, 210, center, Halls, Tennessee. Two year man, will probably return next fall. Herman Ross, 185, guard, Jackson, Tennessee. First year on varsity squad, return man. Jake Johnson, Captain elect. 185, tackle, Chalybeate, Mississippi. Three year man, promising pilot for next year. Bernice Ozment, ISO, fullback, Maury City, Tennessee. Former Hall-Moody star, return man. J. A. Hart, 155, halfback, Halls, Tennessee. Two year man, lost by graduation. Page one hundred twenty-Jive Len Askew, 180, center, Jackson, Tennessze. First year on varsity squad, return man. Russell Moore, 145, quarterback, Halls, Tennessee. Two year man, lost by graduation. Page one hundred iwtntysxx John Chambers, ISO, end, Georgia. Two year man, will return next fall. Havden Stevenson, 175, tackle, Martin, Tennessee. Former grid veteran of Hall-Moody, return man. Richard Stewart, 170, end, Lexington, Tennessee. First year on varsity squad, return man. Victor Stripling, 165, halfback, New Mexico. Former Rust College star of Texas, return man. Page one hundred twenty seven gp S Varsity Squad The year of 1926 was Union ' s first year in S. I. A. A., and she had far greater opposition than she, heretofore, had had. With one team and relatively few substitutes she faced on the gridiron as many as three fresh teams in a single fray. Fighting against enormous odds the Bulldogs pulled through with the best season in the history of the institution. SEASON RESULTS Union 7 Centenary 47 Union 20 Millsaps 19 Union 7 Georgetown 20 Union ' ' - 7 Murray Normal ------- Union Ouachita College 39 Union U. T. Doctors 6 Union - - - - 21 West Tenn. Normal Union 7 Mississippi College 21 Union 6 Univ. of Chattanooga 24 Men playing on the varsity squad were : Pugh, (c) center; Johnson, tackle; Mooneyham, fullback; Moore, quarter; Hart, half; Stripling, half; Ozment, full; Stephenson, tackle; Suggs, guard; Askew, center; Ross, guard; Stewart, end; Chambers, end; Smith, end; Burnett, tackle; Glover, guard; Miller, half; Wilmoth, half; Norvell, half; Sublett, end; McNair, quarter; Maness, tackle. Fpl Ti l iiUl!.i!T!lhiTl!l!!ifl 1 T U H ' if JQ97 IN MINI 111 I I IN |ll i-V i. |l|l!!llll Hill 1 1 1 r Wl!!t!Ji!ii!H!y j T[!!!;}ili;illi!li Freshman Football The past football season produced a great Freshman team, a team with a record ot five victories and no de- feats, scoring 110 points to opponents 14. The first undefeated team that Union has ever had. The team was composed mainly of high school stars, many of whom were picked on all-star teams but who did not allow their individuality to take the place of team work. The first game, with Ripley High, was in the nature of a practice game and was won by the Pups 25 to 0. The next game was with Tilghman High of Paducah, Kentucky, and the Freshmen won by the score of 22 to 0. Next the strong Castle Heights Military Academy invaded the campus and went back to Lebanon with the short end of a 13 to 7 score. Then the Mississippi Heights team came down from its lair on Blue Mountain to receive a severe drubbing from the Bullpups, the score being 38 to 0. The final game was with Hall-Moodv [unior College of Martin, and was a real test for the Freshmen. The Pups rose to the heights that day and after a bitter struggle, emerged victorious with a 12 to 7 score. No other team in the history of Union has made such a record. The team was captained by " Red " Caywood, All West-Tennessee quarterback from Newbern, who proved to be a real leader and a brainy field general. The business manager was Sam Wallace, a halfback from Jackson High, who held the position of Utility back. Eighteen sweaters and numerals were awarded. Men receiving theni were: Reed, Johnson, McAlpin, and Wilson, ends; Hughes, Cooper, Wright, and Sublett, tackles; Smith, Russell, and Jones, guards; Baldridge and McRae, centers; Caywood, quarter-back; Stewart, left-half; Hellen, nght-fialf. Stalcup, full-bac , Wallace, utility back- Ausban and Miller would undoubtedly have made numerals but for illness. With this array of material to pick from the varsity should have nothing to worry about for the next three years. SEASON RESULTS Ripley - - Paducah ' - Castle Heights M. H. A. - Hall-Moody Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen - 25 - 22 - 13 ' 38 ' 12 110 ' I M I I M 1 I I | | I 1 1 I II •nJTi! iMl-i!iiiT!l!iiTi!i!!lfl FlTi ' i i iif 1 1Q97 IjllUlM HI I I I J I IIIM1 J-V4J ifiihiiiin iniiTiliii LJil Wi!!ti!!iIi!Hir r rTiijjitiiiii{ili|li H — LETTER MEN Stewart - Stripling - - Chambers - Moore Sublett - Burnett - ' Norvell - . . . Forward Forward ■ ■ - - Center ■ Guard Guard and Captain Guard Forward SEASON RESULTS Murtreesboro Normal 40 Univ. of Chattanooga 4 ' Cumberland University 23 Hall-Moody 49 Bemis Y. 24 Bethel College. Ky. 42 Hall-Moody 45 Bethel College 25 West Tenn. Teachers - 32 Murfreesboro Normal 38 Bethel College 31 Murry Normal 31 Bemis Y. 33 Union Union Union Union Union Union Union Union Union Union Union Union Union Total 458 - 27 (there) - 30 (there) - 22 (there) - 30 (here) - 34 (here) - 30 (here) - 35 (there) - 26 (there) - 26 (here) - 35 (here) - 42 (here) - 24 (here) - 36 (there) 397 AlL 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 Tij l liH-liiHT Ti!l!!ifl i 1 1 if TMT u jlni ! 1 1 j! 1 1 j ■ 111 1 1 llM I I I I I I I I I iTll III J , Ft? I I I I I I i f in H — — ? y£ tDe forgot jT 1 1 ii« 1 1 1 1 1 sTT . i l l 1T1 1 1 1 ,1 !t ! I urn ILL " jj_ -t — After completing an undefeated football season the Fre-hman kept their banner afloat by launching into tl season ever had at Union, winning eighteen out of twenty-si x games. Five of the defeats hold against tne Freshrr on a training trip during the Christmas Holidays by such teams a s the Cairo Aces, the Campbell ir.depend ' Center Quintet Members of the squad were: Caywood, Stalcup, McAlpin, Reed, Miller. Stevenson, Stewart, Thompson, and Subl ost successful Basketball ere handed out to them of Paducah, and the La JUNIOR BASKETEERS— Wmnzrs of Class Tournsy In the class basketball tournament held in the University gymnasium tne week oi February the twenty-first, the Junior quintet emerged victors. They defeated the Freshmen runners up in the finals by the score of 16 to 13. The tournament was supervised by Hayden Steven- son and Victor Stripling, " gym " instructors. The quintet consisted cf WUmoth (c), F; Thornton, F; Huey, C; Oiment and Johnson, G; Morn ' s and Reed, G. The All Star team selected from the four class teams consisted of: Russell Moore, Senior, F; Warren Smith, Sophomore, F; B M. Huey, Junior, C; B. B. Ozment, Junior, G; and Frank Ireland, Sophomore, G. T jlU illTilMlT !l!! fl " I T I I I I 1 ( IQ2T TTM ill i jll | I hi i I I J I I I Mil mill 1 1 i J i i mini . U_ iiia MliiitliiliiiUJl S fr nTTT|TTTJT|TI 5L Under the captaincy of Miss Ara Alexander the Terriers of ' 26 and ' 27 had an excellent season, scoring 202 points during the season while their opponents scored only 171. RESUME OF SEASON West Tenn. Business College Hall-Moody College - Bethel College Hall-Moody College - - - West Tenn. Business College Bethel College West Tenn. Business College Univ. of Mississippi - - - Total 16 16 24 23 25 20 14 32 171 Union 15 Union 29 Union 34 Union • ' - - - 22 Union - - 25 Union 22 Union 29 Union 26 Total - 202 Nancy Welch, forward; Mane Robertson, forward; Leila Davis, forward; Ara Alexander, jumping center and captain; Katie Stanford, side center; Evelyn Stanford, side center; Esther Carr, side center; Sula B. Greer, guard; Grace Rhodes, guard; Elizabeth Smith, guard. Page one hundred thi mTiP T I ! i n lij 1 1 1 ;r I ' m ini m ! ' ! 1QOT i!MUi 1 1 m " 1 1 h 1 1 1 nil u !T!l!nTlil!!!f t lVJ t ifiihilili.i.illiilin ii 2 I ■ jJIL Ml!tllilll!lti H — f est iO e yor($Qt 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . I rj l l I T i 1 1 1 it !t TTTTT 1 ll l L_: A move to place Union ' s track team on a par with the best in the S. I. A. A. Conference was begun when Leon Burnett was ap- pointed track coach. Coach Burnett has made a brilliant record on the cinder path during the past three years, and is expected to put Union ' s track team on the map this year. In his first year he repeatedly outrun all contestants in West Tennessee at any distance from one to five miles. He won the Jackson Y. M. C. A. Turkey Day Marathon for two consecutive years, breaking all records of the course. He was winner also in the Union University Marathon; winner of Y. M. C. A. road race; runner-up in the Y. M. C. A. Christmas Day Marathon for former marathon winners. He took a complete course in Track Coaching at the University of North Carolina last year and is prepared to put out a winning teim. Leon Burnett Track Coach SCHEDULE FOR THE YEAR The schedule for the year has not yet been completed. Arrangements are being made for Union to participate r S. I. A. A. Meet at Birmingham, Alabama. Dual Meet with Tennessee Teachers ' College. Dual Meet with Bowling Green. — 1 1 II ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 III 1 1 1 li ' MlM Fri i }|i| lili!!ii!Ti|hiTiJl!!if! T t M l l I if i(±t T ! 1 1 ! J- 1 1 1 hi ! 1 1 ji 1 1 j ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 i-V 4 I LJLLllil 1 1 1 1 ' i ' 1 1 til in j Mi]iT[ [ii;i}iiiiiilIiIug H Stars in the Limelight J. D. Wright, dash; J. D. Worrell, high and broad jump; Aubrey Reed, hurdle; Victor Stripling, dash; Leon Burnett, distance; John Jones, Jield events; Robert Morris, distance; Roy Frazier, distance; Charles Deere, dis- tance; Joe Norvell, field events. J. D, Wright, Captain Wright has proved his artistry on the cinder path. He was High Point man in the All-West Tennessee meet held at Memphis two years ago, and has helped to flv the colors of Jackson High School in many frays. He is an artist in the dash. He flew the colors of Union Freshmen last year in the inter-class meet. Due to the S. I. A. A. ruling, which barred Freshman from competing in inter -collegiate meets, he never had an opportunity to represent Union in the varsity meets. It is expected that he will help raise the Cardinal and Cream to a higher peak this year. Page one hundred thirtyfoi 11 l ! Tij 1 1 1 I J-i ! 1 1 !T! I ! i it, ' !1 ! ! 1 I I I iC Jmr ! u mi i hi j 1 1 mini 7l li! I ! I I I I 1 1 1 1 I T I 1 1 lis siiitiif g pi!il!!iii!H!r %fo TMIi!ti!iilill!!i g VARSITY BASEBALL The first workouts for the baseball season of " 21 were conducted in the gymnasium, and these began before the Girls ' High School Basketball Tournament came to Union. With the advent of sunny weather the Bulldogs began practice on the athletic field and a good showing they made with Captain Mooneyham in the position of catcher, Ozment at the initial sack, Stripling at second, McNair at shortstop, Price and Clark at third, and all snapping it up very well. In the outer garden were Norvell, Sims, Chambers, Miller, and Stewart. There was some dope to the effe:t that the pitching staff would be very weak, but with Ross, Bennett, Stewart, and other aspiring pitchers in the box for batting practice it seemed that quite a bit of entertainment could be offered to opposing batters. Huey grabbed them almost anywhere behind the bat and seemed to be at home there. Chisholm and Harris handled them- selves and the ball well and seemed to at home on the diamond. Captain Mooneyham, because of his wonderful ability on the diamond and his experience in baseball, was able to set a good ex- ample in handling the stick and the ball and Coach Stewart worked hard with the boys and continually cautioned them not to hurt their arms or try to overdo the thing at the outset. The good beginning which the club was making seemed to indicate that the Bulldogs would go through a very pleasa nt and successful season in the spring of ' 27- SCHEDULE March 25-26 — Hall-Moody — There March 31 -April 1— Bethel College— There April 2 — University of Wisconsin — At home April 8-9 — Murray Kentucky Normal — There April 13-14 — West Kentucky Normal — There April H-16 — Bethel College, Kentucky — There April 20-21 — Tennessee Polytechnic Institute — There April 22-23 — Cumberland University — There April 27-28 — Tennessee Polytechnic Institute — At home April 28-30 — Cumberland University — At home May 6-7 — Bethel College — At home May 13-14 — Hall-Moody — At home : hundred thirtyfivt Capt. Alfred Mooneyham, C. ItilLilit J.V44 ifiihiliii. iiiiiriiiii 1 1 j_LlL P 1 1 ! 1 1 1 IC tl jjM [Si !Tll u e fSet jilMi ' llHIlfT I r i I I 1T1 1 1 1 ,i !t! TTrg While the Bulldogs were fighting on the grid this season, the game was being played in the grand stand by the Howlers and Growlers, those two loyal pep squads who stood valiantly behind in victory and defeat. The Growler Club, composed of young men, was founded by " Snookie " Newman in 1926, and the Howler Club, composed of young women, was organized at the same time by Miss Carolyn Fisher. Since their organization, these clubs have played a big part in instilling pep in the student body of Union. These two pep clubs have been assisted in their work bv the Freshman Howlers, a band of loyal Freshman girls who have gained the recognition of being the peppiest bunch of co-eds on the Hill. John H. (Parson) Jones. Cheer Leadet Parson has served well in his capacity as cheer leader. He was formerly an athlete, having received a serious iniurv in his neck while playing football two years ago. Though unable to play on the field Parson has put his whole life in the cause of athletics at Union by leading the student body to a better appreciation of their teams. Bobby Howard, Asst. Cheer Leader Bobby has been faithful at his post, always at the games, always full of pep, always manifesting it by his leading of yells. Page one hundred thirtys ilMiiilf 1 I II II I I 1 1 1 1 1 l|l I I 1 1 i ' MIM M jaqt M 1 1 Hi ! I l i | i I I i i 1 1 i 111 1 1 I rr -Tj Tl;l illl-i!il!T!l!iiTi!l!!ifl WXZ ill I ! j 1 1 1 1 ■ i I ! i I I ti 1 1 it j i I ri- TliilMir -_ ___ _ Miss Gladys Andrews Union Us Best All-around Girl -I - MM — ■-■! Miss Ara Alexander Good Queen of S. A. E. Miss Elizabeth Sue Hall Siueen of A. L. S. Miss Mary Elizabeth Ball Dream Girl oj the Medicos T ;.frjr- EHS9I rtC Miss Mary Maude Barfield Queen of the Bulldogs Miss Theodosia Irwin Four Sauare Girl Ml I I I I I It gj M Mmiiiilill rzri 1 1 ! 1 1 1 ! ' ! 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 ! u 1 1 ' t=?. Ti illJ-i!il!T!l!.ir!ll!!!fl I T I ■ I I I if 19 27 HI I . i- 1 ! I I 1 I J I I J • | I I I I 1 l!l!l 1 1 I i I 1 1 lllll Siiiti LLil p j I ! i i | it f ' iiiTTTfTTTTTTTTFfi nST tA :--| iiliiiiliii ' !!!!! 111 !!!!!!!! 1Q97 in nil j I m ; 1 1 j 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 irb- _T] T i i illJ-i!illT!l!uTill!!ifl iV t ifii!!i!nn rillii hi hr. I T ! ! U ! i( V I j i i i i r (J 1 1 1 1 1 1 It g|!il|TTMI!TTl] » J t W $B -_ -4 ? Kampus f odtsk Page one hundred fm — 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 ! 1 1 ! I M i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 ! 1 1 -ic t r ii 1 1 iTi 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r- — --T] T illJ-ii.MT }i!i!!!f| 19xTi ' i|l!{-|ili}|i!ilitJiili I fc JLLLLLLLtt V I i I i I i r SMS MMSMM Epii ii !iiiiiii;tiiiii}iM nyr f! IQ T IMMJ-IJI 111 i I I M |M Hi . n? nimii iJiifiiitiiiiiiJHir fo TniiitiiiiiilllllP h — ZZ!Z Page one hundred fi ty-on 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 i r 0 T I ! 1 1 1 L I ' I 1 1 1 i | I i I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l Rrz l}}M ill|.l!ii!T!i!l|}i!i!!iii 19 7 itil!!ii!iiii|il|}illit t jj}l[r r - TTK H fJiliilWiiiiiiHii SSBTEKlMJl Page one hundred fiftyt r--| 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 ! » J ! 1 1 1 1 ; • ! i s ; ' ; iqot mimlmI m i | In ill Mi II m—; r.T " . T i i illJ-i!il!T!l!nTi!l!!ifl V X t i h 1 1 M 1 1 1 i i I i i I I ii 1 1 1 1 hi [m- K T i ! 1 1 1 if ni i ■ 1 1 1 1 r Soph.: I understand Anne is fond of her dogs. A. Reed: I should say so. She won ' t go anywhere unless I call a taxi. The Photography for this Annual and twelve other editions of Lest ' V cF or get Produced by The Moore Studio " We Put Personality in Pictures ' Prof. : How did you like Paris? Grad.: Aw, they speak too much French there. QJXi X£ " Why did they shape the stadium like a horseshoe? " " Because you ' re lucky to get in it. " THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY " The Beeches, " Louisville, Kentucky COIV.PIETELY NEW SUBURBAN HOME MODERNLY EQUIPPED AND ADMIRABLY SITUATED The School for Preachers Genuine Christian Scholarship Unique Practical Work Plan World-wide Gospel Program Missionary and Evangelistic Zeal Numerous Student Pastorates Apartments for Married Students No Tuitions — Aid — Minimum Costs WORLD FAMOUS FACULTY OF SOUND CHRISTIAN THINKERS HEAD- ING TWELVE SCHOOLS ERVICE is more than Efficiency. Efficiency is per- fection, but Service is this same flawlessness, together with the added something which comes with the personal interest of an individual or a corporation. We believe this is a goal toward which we all can strive. GULF, MOBILE NORTHERN RAILROAD CO. The Road of Service " Penny for your thoughts? " " No I don ' t wanta turn pro. " s = Frosh.: Lay down pup; lay down! Good doggie, lay down, I say. Soph.: You ' ll have to say, " Lie down " . That ' s a Boston terrier. = a " We keep the most Collegiate Goods in Town " We served Union in 1871 and we are serving Union in { )27 MAY WE CONTINUE SUCH A RECORD OF SERVICE At HOLLAND DRY GOODS CLOTHING COMPANY JACKSON, TENNESSEE McCall-Husjhes Clothing Co. CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS FOR MEN AND BOYS Corner Lafayette and Church Sts. Jackson. Tennessee We carry a full line of Candy and Specialties at all times. HARDY CANDY CO. " If It ' s New We Have It " We Are For Union Cumb. Phone 613 Home Phone 24S 537 S. Royal Street Jackson ' s Leading Shoe Store Visitor: Are you a student? S. Wallace: No, I just go to college here. QJK= £) G 0= =0 ) Prof.: Give me a sentence with the word, vermin. J. Marks: Before I go fishing. I go vermin J. C. EDENTON COMPANY Wholesale Grocers 249-251 West Main Street JACKSON, TENNESSEE BUICK EXIDE BATTERIES GENERAL CORD TIRES Reliability, Long Life, Dependability YARBROUGH MOTOR CAR CO. 213 Y. Main St. Cumb. Phone 429 Stylish, Up-to-Date FOOTWEAR and HOSIERY For young men and young women at remarkably low prices at The Sample Shoe Store WHY PAY MORE? Buy for cash and pay less. " We sell the same shoes for less moncx. " Proud Father: I understand son, your school now boasts of a glee club. The Son : No, sir, we don ' t boast of it. QJX-- ■■ D (ftC= n Oh: Wouldn ' t your Mother be shocked if she could see you in that bathing suit? My: She sure would. It ' s hers. Professor: And did I make myself plain? D. Stewart : No, God did that. Morgan-Hitchcock " Alzcays Your Money ' s Worth " At Company W. C. DIFFEE CO. Fine Tailoring Manufacturers of Gents ' Furnishings Jackson, Tenn. BUTCHERS ' and PACKERS ' MEAT SKEWERS FLAG. FLORAL AXD CANDY STICKS Have Your Engraving done at Bruton Printing Co. DOWELS. Engraved Cards VENEER High-Grade Printing 115 E. College Street Jackson, Tenn. Jackson. Tennessee Wood-Mosaic Co. Bedna Young Lumber INCORPORATED Co. Jackson, Tennessee OUR AIM: HARDWOOD LUMBER Quality - Service FLOORING AND FIRST VENEERS 214 E. Lafayette Street Always in the market for Mill and Offiice : Belmont Avenue and White Oak, Poplar, Walnut N. C. St. L. R. R. Logs and Standing- Timber. Jackson, Tennessee yx-- = £ 3 C= =5 " Peg wears awfully tight shoes, doesn ' t she? " " Sure; it ' s the only chance she has to be squeezed. " " Why was your letter so damp? " " Postage due, I guess. " GEM THEATER " We fit i lasscs that fit " DR. A. WEINBERG We Appreciate Your Patronage ,?i Years Experience in this Profession in Europe and America 205 E. Baltimore Street Always 10c and 20c Climb. Plione 2259 UNION ' S BUSINESS APPRECIATED Drs. Gobelet Gobelet C o.m p I i in e n t s Eyesight Specialists of Gobetct ' s Classes arc Scientifically Correct lo ' i Discount to Students. LYRIC THEATER Do not neglect your eyes. Lenses Manufactured in Our Own Labora- tory. We give QUALITY, which in GEM ICE CREAM CO. turn gives SERVICE, at Manufacturers of SOL. LOEB CO. QUALITY ICE CREAM BRICK and FROZEN LADIES ' READY-TO-WEAR SPECIALTIES MILLINERY CORSETS Phones : Cinnb. 522 Home 608 and HOSIERY 100 East Alain Street 103 College Street Phone 67 Jackson, Tenn. Jackson,, Tenn. QJX-- : D (?50= wt Martha: I heard you refused a job of president of a company. P. Sloan : Yes, there was no chance for development. J HEATING J PLUMBING, HEATING, ROOFING OR TIN WORK Cumb. Phone 2 Z Material and Workmanship Guaranteed Estimates Free SANITARY PLUMBING METAL WORKS FRANKLAND CARRIAGE CO. " We repair everything on a ear cxeept the engine " Corner Market and Chester ACKSON, TENNESSEE SODAS CIGARS CANDIES We welcome you, UNION STUDENTS Johnson ' s and SopJiic Mae Candies at Heflev-Daniel Soda Room Lawrence Stores, Inc. GROCERIES " Sold Right " All kinds of SCHOOL SUPPLIES, CANDIES, FRUITS, ETC. We are always glad to see Union students in our store. Prof. Rutledfre : What is a western settler? T. Cole: The contents of a six-shooter. zx-- --V B ENGRAVINGS FOR ALL PRINTING PURPOSES g cdfHxmjes and j£bz Tlnxjrxutirujs to firiatiru one ormore coiors TERRE HAUTE ENGRAVING CO. TERRE HAUTE. INDIANA si Sa IjourStory inft ' clure jx i yesAdlhitigllntold. l ®G G X ( C X G J png-JohnsonT ' rinting £o. PRINTERS OF THE 1927 " Lest We Forget ' Programs • Menus Souvenir Booklets Always a new idea to inspire you Always ready to serve Union University and its students @e G o em9e (?N= Louis: What do you do for exercise? Lois: Oh, I let my flesh creep. ■-vn REMEMBER The first money you earn should buy a life insurance policy. For you will want to borrow money sometime and your hanker will think more of you, if you have your insurance. Investments, too, when you an ready for them. A. V. PATTON Security National Bank Bids You Can ' t Beat Them I Iart-Schaefner Marx Clothes, m a n ii att a n s 1 1 1 rts , ECnox and Dobbs Hats Edwin Clapp and Walk-Over Shoes • ' ' ,• sell everything that men wear, Men wear everything that we sell. " G. H. Robertson Co. Dress Well and Succeed SECURITY NATIONAL BANK THIS BANK SOLICITS YOUR BUSINESS AND PROMISES YOU EVERY COURTESY AXD CARE IX ANY MATTERS ENTRUSTED TO US. OFFICERS Bruce Mitchell President I. B. TigrETT ' ice-President J. J. Hicks Vice-President A. V. Patton Cashier P. C. Stovall Assistant ( ' ashier " The University Bank " Sadie : If a girl committed suicide, would they ship her body? Pattie : Nope, they ' d campus the ghost. (HA-- --KD c c= --OfZ " You can always pick a college man out of any crowd. " " Yes, too bad they are so untidy. " LEXINGTON INN C o in p I i m e n s JUST OFF THE CAMPUS Where the University Boys ami Girls Eat of THE GRAND LEADER SANDWICHES Cold Drinks Cigars Candy Counter, Curb and Campus Service Guy Carroll John Linton ROSSER SHOE CO. C o in p I i in e n t s FASHION of FOOTWEAR Alexander-Lanier SMART AND SNAPPY NEW MODELS — in the very latest designs, in all leathers, FOR THE COLLEGE CHAPS DddbbBrdtherb MOTOR CARS ALWAYS A Wise Invesment NOW Better Than Ever Before CADE MOTOR CAR CO. 347 N. Royal Street Cumb. Phone 274 " Are yoa going to send me violets every day? " " No. I ' ll send you up a package of seed and you can raise ' en yourself. QJK-- =K£ G 0= s tft) Minister: Where do all the bad boys go, Johnny? Johnny : To Canada, where do you think they get it? ONE PRICE Two, Three. Four or Five Passengers ANYWHERE IN CITY by YELLOW CAB FOR 50c Courtesy Our Motto CALL DAY OR NIGHT Phone 156 212-14 E. Baltimore Jackson, Tennessee Meet your friends at B. B. DRUG CO, H. J. Berryhill. Mgr. The place where Union students trade. ' IVE POINTS BOTH PHONES 140 SAY IT WITH FLOWERS " With v S v Flowers Main and Church Phones 16 BUDDE WEIS Manufacturing Company Designers and Builders of HIGH-GRADE CHURCH FIXTURES BANK FIXTURES WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICES PRICES REASONABLE Jackson, Tennessee " What is a pessimist? " " A man who won ' t milk a cow because he is afraid the milk ' s already sour. " QJK= - ' D c= Judge: Are you guilty or not guilty? Prisoner: It seems to me that that is a mighty personal question. : tfd He (proposing ardently): You ' re one in a million. She: Your chances are about the same. STOP and EAT at the CORNER TEA ROOM Cumb. No. 2113-W MRS. K. S. MOFFAT. Prop. Cold Drinks, Cream, Candies, Fruits, Calces, Pies, Bread, Sandwiches. Etc. Union Students Are Invited to Eat With Us Cor. Stoddert and Lexington Ave. .1 kson, Tennessee Quality Merchandise For Young Women — Gossard Corsets KavsEr Silk Hose and Underwear Fine Garments and Hats For Young Men — Manhattan Shirts Stetson Hats Manasco Underwear Fixe Clothing Brooks News Company Memphis Commercial Appeal A Specialty in St. Louis, Chicago. Nashville, New York and Memphis Papers Cigars, Candies, Magazines South Liberty St. Both Phones 217 WILSON-GEYER CO. Wallpaper, Paint, Glass, Var- nishes, Brushes, Mirrors, Tap- estries, Artists ' Supplies 307 E. Main St., Opposite City Hall Wilson-Geyer Building Don ' t Say Varnish — Say " 16 " McGee-Ross Hard- ware Company Queensware and Glassware D. M. Sporting Goods MacGregor Golf Clubs A Complete Line of HARDWARE and Anything in the Hardware Line Phone 148 C 111 p I i in cuts of MARLOWE THEATER e = -- S CTK= = Lab Assistant: Here ' s a list of the objects found in an ostrich ' s stomach. How shall I file it? Scientist: Oh, just label it " Table of Contents. " Thompson Baking Co. A CLEAN NEW BAKERY Modern Shop Methods, Etc. acksox , Ten n ESSE ! MOORE ' S STYLE SHOP LADIES ' READY-TO-WEAR and MILLINERY Phoenix I [osiEry Luxite Underwear Fi : What ' s a myth? Do: A myth ' s a female moth C o in p I i 111 e n t s of Henderson ' s Pharmacy CREGO OLD STAND We welcome Union students } ACKSONj TENN ESSEE HIGH QUALITY Gooch-Edenton Hdw. Co. Dealers In Hardware, Implements, Stoves, Mouse Furnishings, Etc., Etc. in E. Lafayette to 112 E. College St. Both Phones No. 50 LOW PRICES A Pupil ' s Idea of What Is A Creditor Buying on credit instead of paying cash apparently lias its ludicrous side- in Prague as well as in this country. According to the " Humoristicke " a com ' c weekly printed in Prague, a teacher asked a young pupil, " What is a Creditor? " The pupil quickly drew from his ob- servation at home and replied : " A man who must be told that my father is not at home. " Paying cash as you go has no at- tending embarrassments — it assures a life of independence. You are permited to buy where you will and where you can get the most in quality and satisfaction for what you pay. J. C. PENNEY CO. 109 E. Lafayette Street UNION STUDENTS, TRADE WITH GOOCH PITTMAN CLEANERS and HATTERS TAILORS " We Press Ymir Suit While You Waif Specializing in HAT WORK Cumb. Phone 143 No. 883 S. Royal St. Jackson, Tennessee Yandell Conger BUILDING MATERIALS and CONCRETE BUILDERS JACKSON, TENN. QJA-- -- D (?K ; --WZ Stude (explaining problem to dumb brother) : Now suppose you borrowed ten bucks from me. Not So Dumb Brother: Yah — to make it harder, suppose you borrowed ten bucks from me. E. E. Taliaferro JEWELER HATCHES, DIAMONDS and FIXE JEWELRY Union ' s work appreciated at WOOTON ' S STUDIO Come and Have Your Picture Made With Us. Jackson, Tennessee When You Patronize THE Liberty Self-Service Store You are not only getting the most choice Groceries and Meats at the lowest consist- ent prices, but you are boosting a home- owned store and therefore boosting [ACKSON H. W. PETERS COMPANY Boston ' s Largest Manufacturing Jewelers Class Rings and Pins - Society Emblems Main Offiice : 5174-5178 WASHINGTON ST. Boston, Mass Factory : WEST RONBURY Mass. " Fighting is all right, provided you do it intelligently. " Yes, but you can ' t always find a smaller man. " Q = -- D G " What ' s the idea, Pete, wearing your socks wrong side out? " " There ' s a hole in the other side. " ■■ fo Newsboy: Extra- extra paper! Passerby: All right, if you have an extra one, I ' ll take it — thanks. QJXr- = D r? y -f Ij crtfcmrffi " fr j " X3w5 S py? ' % ' r §S§iS2 i- ' nE loS rjTiT - SSfefeii p$i - ' N Q rT. " ii|iii«ur |g§li§ " r t i?b S


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