Union University - Lest We Forget Yearbook (Jackson, TN)

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M ALL THE WORLD ' S A STAGE, And all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts, - ' s acts being seven ages. At first the infant. Mewling and puking in the nurse ' s arms. Then the whining schoolboy with his satchel And shining morning face, creeping like snail unwillingly to school. And then the lover, Sighing like furnace, with a woeful ballad Made to his mistress ' eyebrow. Then a soldier. Full of strange oaths, and bearded like the pard. Jealous in honour, sudden, and quick in quarrel. Seeking the bubble reputation Even in the cannon ' s mouth. And then the justice. In fair round belly with good capon lined, With eyes severe and beard of formal cut. Full of wise saws and modern instances; And so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts Into the lean and slippered pantaloon, With spectacles on nose and pouch on side, hHIs youthful hose, well saved, a world too wide For his shrunk shank; and his big manly voice. Turning again toward childish treble, pipes And whistles In his sound. Last scene of all. That ends this strange eventful history, Is second childishness and mere oblivion. Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything. William Shakespeare As You Like It, Act II. Scene VII •2 — Zke ? Staff of 1953 Editor - Carey Duncan Business Manager Juanita King Assistant Editors Christine Sisson Evelyn Holley Consulting Editor Orville Wilson Art Charles Vincent Anne Carolyn hiamilton Joan Shelton Copy Editors Class Betty Ruth Wilson Paula Clayton Virginia Sewell Peggy Jones Honors - Betty Moore Jo Ann Bazemore Mary Walker Shoaf Divina Key Organizations Thelma Crews Betty Turner Emily Wieland Jane Albritton Peggy Thorne Tenny Vincent Sports Johnny Roberts Bobby Sims Photography. - Jimmy Sherrin Charlotte Peddy Doris hlolloway James Tillman Typists Glenda Whittle Catherine Wright Bobbie Jean Strayhorn Frances Jones Lucy Nell Butler ' foreword All the world is a stage. Your years at Union comprise one act in the drama of your life. It is the aim of the Lest We Forget Staff of 1953 that through this publication you will be able to recall some of the scenes of Union activity. The year has been a good one — filled with many good things that war- rant publication in a permanent form. So it is that we now present YOU, the students, lest we forget. Places! Emotions! Lights! Curtain Going Up! -4 — li . • •.•...iv :r j . . fw r:.v J • ? ' 3n. ' ■ . .•• ,,1, ' " ' ' -. .% ' - ' -; ' |||| " ■ ' ..■41 mmtm mtilM cJ edi l i e oraet 9 ' — 5- Dedication M s.DM£ude It is said that all the world is a stage. Let us think of Union as a stage where many actors play — some major roles, some sup- porting roles, some for a brief time, others for years. We, the annual staff of 1953, choose to honor one who has served Union long and faithfully. Beginning as hostess at Crook Hall, Mrs. Luckey has proved her use- fulness in many positions on Union ' s Campus. Gracious and kind, faithful and sincere, she is an invaluable member of Union ' s cast. A great store of common sense, a love for young people, a mother ' s heart, and a love for genuineness and beauty — these are only a few of her contributions. ' Wr. 2 . W. Jack J •7 — Dear Friends: The theme " All The World ' s a Stage " chosen by the editorial staff of the year book brings vivldl-y to our minds the many dramatic events that are taking place throughout the world today. It would be impossible to review or to ap- praise the significance of national and International affairs that affect the lives of all of us. Be that as it may, regard- less of confusion that may exist in the social order, or ten- sions that tend to pull us off balance, there are always some forces that give us assurance that when the curtain is drawn and the scene is changed, certain great basic principles will still live and move on undamaged and untarnished. Such is the Christian college of which you are a part. Its influence through the years has been such as to develop Christian character and attitudes of service that have changed the scenes and have turned tragedy into victory. You as students will go your separate ways and ulti- mately will become cast in life ' s drama, taking your place upon the world ' s stage. We have utmost confidence that you will aspire to the high ideals of your Alma Mater, you will play your part well, you will create for the coming gen- erations better conditions than those which you have in- herited. Lest we forget the happy times spent in Union, the Christian spirit so contagious on its campus and the con- structive influence of fellow students and teachers, read often the pages of your yearbook, LEST WE FORGET. With all good wishes 2ljr. lAJarren It. Aoned President — 9 — oDr. Warren . AoneS, J- " resident [asaii 2).. C. „-,«., 2), ean I T a- u ■ «t3r taff and Ardministration DR. R. C. BRIGGS Dean FRANK M. BLYTHE Business Manager MRS. O. D. STONE Registrar TROY G. YOUNG Alunnni Secretary DR. J. F. RAY Audio-Visual Education tapf and y ctminidtratlon AUBREY JONES MRS. KELLY THURMAN Secretary to the President MRS. CICERO McCLURE Secretary to the Dean MRS. MARGIE VERTREES Bookkeeper taff and y dministration MRS. ETHEL LUCKEY Hostess, Student Union Building MISS WILLIE MARGARET JOHNSON Dietitian tufj ' and clniinidtrati SPURGEON BOYD Assistant in Biology B.S. Carson-Newman M.A. George Peabody FRANCIS BRIDGES g Head of Business and Ecoi S. U.S. Merchant Marine Acade B.S. Georgia Inst. Technology M.S. Georgia Inst. Technology HUGHLAN POPE Acting Head of Chemi B.S. Carson-Newman M.S. University of Georg FRANK L. WELLS Head of Education and Psychology A.B. University of North Carolina M.A. Columbia University Ph.D. University of Iowa DIXIE M. JONES Professor of Psychology A.B. Blue Mountain M.A. George Peabody Ph.D. George Peabody MAHIE SANDERS Dean of Woman Assistant in Psychology B.S. Central Missouri State M.A. Columbia University KELLY THURMAN Head of English A.B. West Kentucky State M.A. University of Kentucky Ph.D. University of Iowa — 14 — taf-f and . clminidtrati HARRIET HELEN BLYTHE Assistant Prof. English A.B. University of Oklahoma M.A., George Peabody LUCILLE ROGERS Head of Dramatics A.B., Union University M.A., Columbia University DEE E. RICE Instructor in Latin A.B.. Ouachita College B.5., Union University CAROL SANDY Acting hiead in Languages B.A., Simpson College M.A., University of Iowa WILLIE MARGARET JOHNSON Head of Home Economics B.S., Union University M.S., Iowa State RALPH DONNELL Head of Mathematics A.B., Cumberland University LL.B., Cumberland University M.A., Vanderbilt University — 15- taff and " dntinistratit WALTER KRUSCHWITZ Head of Physics Assistant in Mathematics A.B. Taylor University M.A. Vanderbilt ALTON E. HARVEY CHARLES M. DORN Head of Music Instructor in Art B.M. Mississippi Southern B.A. Peabody M.M. Cincinnati College of Music M.A. Peabody JOHN M. HUGHES Assistant in Music Graduate Diploma Carson-Newman A.B. Southwestern M.S. Juilliard School of Music Ch.M. American Guild of Organists MILCHRIST STANWORTH Instructor in Piano Northwestern University School of Mu Artists graduate diploma, Northwestern School of Music ROBERT JELKS Head of Physical Education A.B. Union University M.A. Peabody GRACE WILLIAMS Assistant in Physical Education B.S. Alabama College M.A. George Peabody — 16- tafi- and y dminidtratU R. C. BRISGS Head of Religion A.B. Southwestern State Th.M. Souttiern Baptist Semi Th.D. Southern Baptist Semi T. O. HALL Assistant in Bible A.B, Hampden-Sidney B.D. Southwestern Baptist Th.M. Southwestern Baptist CICERO McCLURE Assistant in Bible i.A. Columbia Bible College B.D. Southwestern Baptist MAX CARRINGTON Assistant in Business A.B. University of Tennesse M.A. University of Tennesse WOODROW DAVIS Acting Head in Social Science A.B. Union University M.A. George Peabody ROSA DYER RUTLEDGE Assistant In History B.S. Union University M.A. George Peabody RICHARD H. WARD Associate in Social Science A.B. Carson-Newman M.A. George Peabody — 17- f resident of he student vJ)odu (l3ooou J otiand he tuclent i ouncil OFFICERS Bobby Holland, President Pete Belew, Vice-President Dottie Carlson, Secretary MEMBERS Jean Maxey, Senior Representative Jane Albritton, Junior Representative Christine Sisson, Sophomore Representative Keith hHill, Freshman Representative Charles Gaba, Publications Representative Barclay Newman, Religious Activities Representative Marvin Fitts, Panhellenic Representative Dr. Warren F. Jones Dr. R. C. Briggs Dean Mattie Sanders Acting Advisor, Walter Kruschv itz . . . and another year is past. For many it has been a period of happy labor, a time of wonderful experience, and a time of life-changing decisions. As I, a Senior, look upon my four years at Union, I see that all of these things have happened; and I will readily promise that they will be a part of every stu- dent ' s life who attends Union and who strives for them. My prayer for Union is that she will continue to bless the lives of students as she has so vividly blessed mine. Bob hlolland President of the Student Body — 19 — Seniors — 21 s. enior Vice-President BILLY BELEW Alpha Tau Omega, President; U Club; Baseball; Vice-President Student Body two years; Lest We Forget. 1952. icerd President BOB CHILDERS, B.A. Football 1949-1953; U Club ' 49- ' 53; Sigma Alpha Epsllon; Freshman, Sophomore, and Jun- ior Class Chaplain; Senior Presi- dent; Most Popular Boy, 1952; Best All Around Boy, 1952, Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Secretary-Treasurer JEAN BUTLER Secretary Senior and Sopho- more Class; Footlights Club, 1949; Euphrosanean Literary So- ciety, 1949; President of hly- patia; Miss Union, 1953; Home Economics Club; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. Chaplain BARCLAY NEWMAN BSU State and Local Presi- dent; Nestor Club President; Winner of M. E. Dodd Expository Writing Contest; President of Life Service Band; J. R. Graves Society: Student Council Mem- ber; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. — 22. MAMON ALEXANDER, A.B. ELEA NOR KATHLEEN CONNER, A.B. Chorus 1948-1952: Allegro Music Club I948-I9 ' 19- N.F.5.M. 1951-1952; YWA 1948-1953; Life Service Band; 8SU Council. BILL BAKER, A.B. Alpha Tau Omega; Band 1949-1953; Orchestra 1951-1953; Cheerleader- Track. JAMES GOTTEN A.B. Chorus President 1951-1953- Vice-Presi- dent of Nestor Club 1951-1952- Nestor Club 1951-1953; Who ' s Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities, JUNE BENNETT, B.S. Life Service Band; Prince-Davi Club, President; Student Sum sionary (8SU). EDGAR CAMPBELL. B.S. J. T. DRACE, A.B. BILL EMMIT, A.B. ub; Chorus; Male Quartet; — 23 — BYRON EPPS, A.B. Life Gra 1952 1951 1952 Serv es S 1953; 1952; Cho ce Band President jclety; BSU Execut Phratra Club, Vic Cardinal and C rus 1949-1953. BOBBY HOLLAND, A.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Student Body President 1952-1953; Editor of Lest We Forget 1952; Junior Representative to Student Council, BSU; Mi«ed Chorus- Football 1950; U Club- Who ' s Who n American Colleges and Universities- Sophomore Student Director of One Act Plav- ANN HAMILTON, A.B. GEORGE HOPKINS, A.B. SONNY HAWS, B.S. Basketball 1949-1953- Baseb 11 1949- 1953; Co-Captain Basketball 951-1952; Captain Basketball 1952-1953- Captain Baseball 1951-1952- Honorable Mention all VSAC 1952: All VSAC Te am 1953; ' ' P ' .7 " Omega; Pledge Master 1952-1953; Vice-President of U Club 1952-1953; President of Ada ms Hall 1952-1953; Senior Most Likely to Sue- GEORGE HORTON, A.B. History Club; Nestor Club- J R Graves Society; BSU. ANN HAYNES, L. V B.S. RALPH JOHNSON, . , ms»f Zeta Tau Alpha; Enonian Literary Society; Footlights Club; Sweetheart B.S. 1- € - i} of Alpha Tau Omega; Basketball Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Science Club; i ' F ' T ' Royalty 1951-1952; Football Royalty U Club; Football 1750-1952; Tennis ■ «i - 1952-1953; Cardinal and Cream Staff 1953. f4 m . . m 1950; Union University Representative ■r . J L at Strawberry Festival 1952. if A W r7 Jt-i v. k ii -24 — WAYNE JONES, A.B. History Club- Rice Latin Club; J. R. Graves Society; Life Service Band. BLANCHE MELTON, B.S. Enonian 1950-1951; BSU; Zeta Tau Alptia; Enonian 1950; Ctiorus 1950- 1953; Basketball Maid 1951: Secretary of ZTA 1951; Prince-Davis Science Club 1953. JEAN MAXEY, A.B. Rutledge History Club- Chi Omega- Hypatia; Alptia Psi Omega; Footlights Club; BSU Senior Student Council Representative; Vice-President Soph- omore; Junior Class Speaker; Most Popular Girl 1953; YWA; Cardinal and Cream Staff 1953. HUBERT NEELEY, B.S. BILLY MAX MAYO, B.S. JAMES PIRTLE, B.S. History Club; Literary Festival. THOMAS McCAGE, A.B. TED POPE Mixed Chorus 1951-1953; Metropolitan Opera Auditions 1951-1952; Allegro Club 1951-1953; Superior Honors in National Federation of Music Clubs 1952-1953: Sewanee Music Conference 1952. A.B. University Players. — 25 — GLENN RAINEY, A.B. dent; Student Council Member. ROGER TEAGUE, B.S. JOHN ROARK, B.S. BOBBY THOMPSON, B.S. Football; Basketball- U Club dent: Alpha Tau Omega Pledge ter. Treasurer. ROBERT N. SANDERS, A.B. ir Club Se, lorary Soci( and :retarv 1952-1953; Rut- History Club 1953; J. ty 1949-1953; Program President 1953- B5U Life Service Band 1950- dent 1951. DONNA THOMPSON. B.S. Zeta Tau Alpha; Treasurf Chorus: Footlights Club Alpha Psi Omega Presid Intramural Committee. Guard; scretary; ; Girls ' WAYNE STONE d PEGGY THORNE, B.S. Chi Omega Treasurer 1951-1953; Sci- ence Club 1951-1953; Annual Staff 1951- 1952; Footlights Club 1950-1951. — 26 — VALERIA VAUGHN, A.B. Life Service Band Secretary 1950.1951 YWA, Chairman of Circle 1950-1951 Rice Latin Club Secretary 1950-1952 BSU Council: Who ' s Who in Americar Colleges and Universities. PATSY WHITE, B.S. Dmega Secretary 1951-1952; Presi- 1952-1953; Footlights Club 1949- Home Economics Club 1952-1953- ce Club 1950.1953- Football Maid President of Euphrosynean 1949- BARBARA WASHAM, A.B. NANCY WILLIAMS, B.S. Chi Omega- Pledge Mistress 1951- Vlce-Presldent Junior Class- Sc Club Chaplain 1951-1952- Most ular Girl 1950-1951- Miss Union 1952; Football Royalty 1950-1951; lights Club 1949-1950- Panhel Council 1952-1953; Secretary-Trea Phratra Club 1951-1952; Euphrosy Society; Treasurer YWA 1951. ; CATHERINE WATKINS, A.B. lights; Sigma Queer I Freed-Hard ;ra Clob; C Epsilon Que an; Foot. Omega- Football CHUCK WILLIAMS, HAROLD WEST, PAT WILLS, A.B. B.S. Nestor Club 1952-1953; J. R. Graves Society Secretary 1953- Science Club 1952-1953; Annual Staff 1952-1953; Phil- Sigma Alpha Epsilon E. W. Club President 1952; Vice- 1952; Football 1949-1952. 1951 Presic Dphy Club 1953, — 27. MARY HOWELL ANDERSON, A.B. Ch; Omega: Alternate Mala to Stra» berry Queen 1953. CHARLES VINCENT, A.B. J. R. Graves 1949-1953; Life Service Band 1949-1951; Alpha Tau Omega- Lest We Forget 1953. ' ORVILLE WILSON, A.B. J. R. G.- Lest We History Club; Rice osophy Club. KENNETH MILLER, B.S. Football Squad- Track Squad; Alpha Tau Omega; U Club; Footlights Club; Most Popular Boy. et J WORLIE BALLARD JO ANN BAZEMORE FRED BIRMINGHAM TOMMY BOLEN RAYMOND CARLOCK BILL COHRELL JEWELL FELKER MARVIN Fins TED HALE JERRY HUNT GEORGE HUNTER MARJORIE KEE JOHN KNIGHT KENNETH MILLER J. M. PARKS PANSY SANDERS PEGGY SEWELL FAYE STAN FILL JOHNNIE WILKINSON CHARLES R. WILLIAMS 28 — fluniors Aunlor ( ladd f Picerd President JAMES DISMUKE Vice-President CHARLES GABA Secretat7-Treasurer JOAN SHELTON 30- JOHN ABLES JANE ALBRITTON LAMAR BOOTH JUANITA CARNEL PAULA CLAYTON JAMES BROWN BOB ATWOOD BILLY COLE JAMES CARLIN WALTER COLEMAN CAREY DUNCAN CLIFTON COURTNEY, JR. BILL CONWAY BOB DUNN BLANTON CRASS JOE COSTELLO i SUE CROCKER — 32 — BETTY FRANKLIN VERA HENRY JOHN GILBERT MAX FRENCH EVELYN HOLLEY TOM HELTON y CHARLES GAY FRED KENDALL ODIS HENDERSON ■33 — MILDRED LASATER BETTY MclLWAIN JOHN OUTLAN MARY KAY McBRIDE D. L OWENS J. D. MAY RICHARD PENUEL JO ANN MAZE — 34 — SYLVIA PHILLIPS JOYCE YOUNG BILL THOMAS JOHNNY SCONCE DON YOUNG LEE THORNTON RUTH SKELTON COY THURSTON 35 — juniors i lot [- " ictured J. W. ABNEY FLODELL APPLETON ROBERT ERNEST BROWN CHARLES CURRIER ORVIND DANGEAU PAUL R. DRUM GENE GARRETT HARRISON GOOCH MIL LIARD GOODE JACK HALLIBURTON BURKE HERRON BILL HINTON PAUL HOLMES ROBERT INGRAHAM TROY LEWIS LOGAN LEWIS VIRGINIA LEWIS CARL LONG BILLY McKISSACK ROBERT K. MORRIS ROGER MURRAY JO ANN ROBERTS JERRY JOHN ROBERTS BOBBY SHANDS RUSSELL WADDELL — 36- Sophomores 2 opnomore ( iadd v wi icer6 President LEON MORRIS Vice-President TOMMY SMOTHERS Secretary-Treasurer KITTY RAMSEY — 38- vii MARIE ARMSTRONG W. E. BLALACK ALICE CLEMENT DORIS CRAWFORD BOB ARNOLD NANCY BREWER ROYCE CRUCE KENNETH CROCKER ASHLEY CHERRY DOROTHY CASH JANELL COHRELL CHARLES DOLLAR — 39 — CHARLES EDMONDS BARBARA HARWELL W. C. HENLEY JOAN JETER ELAINE ELKINS CHARLYNE HATHAWAY HARRELL HERRIMAN ALBERTINE KYKER CHARLES HARRIS JIM HAYES DIXIE HOWSE BILL McAFEE ■40- HUTSON McCORKLE BOBBY JOE MORRIS TOM NAEF RICHARD ROSS HESTER McGILL DAVID MONTGOMERY CHARLOTTE PEDDY JOHN STOVALL JOE MILLER NANCY MURPHY BARBARA POPE BOBBIE JEAN STRAYHORN — 41 RICHARD SUDMALIS ZANE WELLS PETE WILLIS ROSANNE WILSON ANITA TOLLEY EMILY WIELAND BILLY WALKER onhoftiorcji i lot J ictiired HAROLD ALEXANDER JULIA BENNEH RUSSELL BRANDON RUTH BROGDON JAMES ROBERT BROWN KENNETH BURKE WILLIE SUE CARRINGTON ROBERT CHARLES COBURN JACK CRISWELL DONALD DEATON CLINTON EDMISTON EDGAR GARY LeROY GRISSOM KENNETH HAWKINS HARLAN HOGG SADIE LOU JOHNSON JUANITA KING DAVID LUCKEY BENNIE MORRISON BOBBIE MULLINS TURK MURCHISON ROE NEAL ANNA LAURA PALMER JACK POLLARD JOHN ROBERTS EVERETTE BURTON ROBNEH WILL ROGERS VIRGINIA SEWELL JOYCE SHELTON MARY WALKER SHOAF CHRISTINE SISSON CHRISTINE TAYLOR PEGGY WALKER WILLIAM RAY WHITLOW DAVID WILLIAMS JOHN WOMACK ■42 — freshmen reskman ( ta6S fPicerS Chaplain GENE McKAY Secretary-Treasurer CAROLYN JACKSON ■44 — MARJORIE ABERNATHY GENE ATKINS MARY ATWOOD V-- JOE FRANK BARNETT LUCY NELL BUTLER CHARLES RAY BOGGAN HERRON BOND CLOVIS CARTER MARY CARTER HENRY BRUKARDT ROBERT BURKHEAD •45- JERRY GATES JANICE COGBILL DONALD COLEMAN CHARLOHE COOK GUY CORBIN HAROLD COSBY WILLARD CAYCE THELMA CREWS GEORGE CROCKER ANITA CROUCH EVELYN DONNELL IRBY CRAWFORD — 46- DOROTHY DURHAM BILLY HAMMONDS VERNON FORSYTHE CHARLES DYER DORIS SUE HARDEE JOHNNY FANNING EUGENE HALL BOBBY GOODMAN MAC FIELDS ALFRED HART HENRY GREEN WAYNE HEGLAR JOYCE HENRY PAULINE HOLBROOK JIMMIE JOHNSON FRANCIS JONES PEGGY A. JONES DORIS HOLLOWAY CARLIE ANN KING REX KING itt LEONARD LOYD A. Q. McCLANAHAN PATSY RICKS BETTY MOORE J. B. McCOMMON ELIZABETH RIDDLE HERRON MORRIS PAUL McNEESE JOHNNY ROGERS SYBYL McPEAKE JIMMY ROOKS MARY PEARSON — 49 — ROBERT SAUNDERS BILLIE THOMAS MARION SMITH JEANETTE SCOTT RALPH THOMAS ' :iB HAROLD SMITH BILLY SERATT BETTY TIPLER DOVEY STAFFORD RUSSELL TUCK SUE TAYLOR ■50- PAT VINSON JACKIE WEAVER GLENDA WHITTLE ANNA WILLIAMS BETTY RUTH WILSON CATHERINE WRIGHT RONNIE WYLIE ' EDWIN YOUNG BETTY TURNER BETTY WILLIAMS MARJORIE YAGER 51 — freshmen If lot J- icturea PAUL ALLEN JOE BEARD BILLY BLANKENSHIP MARIAN BLAYLOCK CECELIA BOYER SPENCER BROWN KENNETH BRUMLEY DORTHA FAYE CAROTHERS MARTHA ANN CARRINGTON WILLARD CAYCE BENNIE CRENSHAW TED DUFFEY ANNA DUNN ROBERT DuVALL EVELYN DONNELL MARTHA EDWARDS RONALD ENOCH BETH EOFF TOM FINNELLY GEORGE FISHER HARRY GARLAND KEITH HILL CAROLYN HUME PEGGY F. JONES GLEN KING J. D. LANE CHARLES MARAMAN JUSTINE MOORE JAMES NORWOOD ROBERT PAFFORD BOBBY PARRISH MURRAY PEARSON BEVERLY PICKLER THOMAS PINSON MAX PRIVETT BILL RAY JERRY REPLOGLE JOHN ANDREW ROBERTS JIMMY SHEARIN FORREST SHEARON LaVERNE SLOVER NORRIS SMITH EDDIE TRUETT TENNY VINCENT RAYMOND WHEELER LARRY WHITE MARTHA F. WILLIAMS GLENDA WINCHESTER JOE MACK WOOD 52 — qmppp iiiiiiif MOHOtS AMONG STUDENTS IN AHERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities " is a national publication in which the biographies of out- standing college students appear. Persons named for this honor are selected on the basis of character, leadership, and scholarship, as well as participation in extra-curricular activities. Public recognition of the worthy achievement of eight of the students of Union University has been made by their selection for this honor. Their pictures and thumb-nail sketches are given on the following four pages. We are proud of every one of them and believe they will bear their honors humbly and effectively in the years to come. — 54 — Aean (f uitei Jean Butler from Jackson, Tennessee has been a campus leader for four years. In her senior year she was selected by the student body as Miss Union University and was also elected secretary of the senior class. She is now president of Hypatia. While a sopho- more she served as secretary of the class. WL ' s WL ll5arciau r le, Magnetic character is the most noticeable factor in Barclay Newman. To see him is to be inspired. This Jackson, Tennessee boy has served as both state and local president of the Baptist Student Union. Last year he won the M. E. Dodd Expository Writing Contest. In his senior year he served as student council representative. 55 — Ualeria i auann Charm and personality characterize Valeria Vaughn from Nashville, Tennessee. She has not only been an outstanding student at Union, excelling in dramatic activities, but she has also served as secretary of the Life Service Band, secretary of the Rice Latin Club, and she has often been a member of the Baptist Student Union Council. WU WL George hlopkins has been a great inspira- tion to all the students during his years in Union. He is from Atlanta, Georgia, hie was a member of the band, the Philosophy Club, and the Nestor Club, an organization which honors outstanding scholarship. He has dem- onstrated a well-rounded personality. 56- d ob { niiclt A winning personality is the keynote of Bob Childers. He serves now as president of the Senior class, hie was elected Most Popular Boy and Best All Around Boy last year by members of the student body, hie was an out- standing member of the football squad all four years. Bob is from Memphis, Tennessee. WU WL AameS k oiie From Jackson, Tennessee. Jim Gotten has proved himself an unusual student, hie has served as Minister of Music at the Calvary Baptist Church at Jackson, Tennessee. V e was elected president of Union ' s Mixed Chorus for two straight years, hie is a member of the Nestor Club and has served as vice-president of that organization. — 57 — ed J ate Ted Hale is anofher excellent musician. Ted, from Eus+is, Florida, has served as organ- ist at Calvary Baptist Church at Jackson, Tennessee, He was chosen as organist for the Union Student Religious Emphasis Revival for two years straight. Ted has proved himself a well-rounded person. WL ' . WL V obbu J oiiand Bobby Holland serves this year as President of the Student Body. Last year he was elected by the students as the editor of the annual, Lest We Forget. He has proved himself a leader In every field of activity. He was a member of the Football Squad In 1950. — 58- m u nion It arte 6 Ljabc — 59 — jnion Aean d uttei — 60- rednman f rlnceiS CAROLYN JACKSON S ophomore J rinceSi VIRGINIA SEWELL c f Aunlor I rincedd JANE ALBRITTON Senior rincedd CATHERINE WATKINS h (Jj e5t .ywtt round (l3o f I vlarvln itti — bl (Is e5t ll . round KJiri r odanne i L udon ■b3- •64- ivlodt J- oputar LjM Aean Ivlaxeu — 65- _J ( ywee odanne vi ilAon WiL S £Q. ueen L atherine lAJatk inA football v ' ueen ( utnerine lA aiL ini m freshman tinceSA LUCY NELL BUTLER opnomore rinceSd ROSANNE WILSON a . Aunior f finceAi JO ANN ROBERTS Senior J- ' rinceAS ANN HAYNES (AJashetbatl q i ueen lttu IKamSeu 70- fH JOYCE HENRY junior J rinceAS PAULA CLAYTON c fej Sophomore f rincedd ROSANNE WILSON Senior f rinceAA FAYE STANFILL If hit J andsome lAJo ¥ WorL EJtaJ — 11- Senior lfl lo6t cJ iheiu to Succeed onnu J i awA — 73— i 74- ■75 — f ti ' awberru Q ueen j „- , nn i v laze — lb- Jird WaiJ CATHERINE WATKINS Second iVlalci TENNY VINCENT — 11 trawberru yo ueen m. jo nn Wo 78 V re senting In January the students elected ten girls by ballot, and these were designated as Union ' s ten most beautiful girls. Each girl had her picture made, and the pictures were sent to the John Robert Powers Modeling Agency in New York City for judging. From these ten girls, Mr. Powers selected four — an Annual Queen, Princess, and two Maids. With pride we present to you — Tlie Hnnual Koyalty of 1953 nnual v ( ueen idd oA nn I V laze y nnual l- ifl nncedd W--.. Waru CarU Arnnuul ivlaid ivIiAd L atnerlne l Uatk ini nnual If vluid ivIiAd Ulrainia Jewell ytkep L nt ried ' -I- ' OrgaHizatious L E S T CAREY DUNCAN Editor Once again the sfaff of Lest We Forget is presenting the result of long hours of work, sleepless nights, and overcut classes. We have tried to present a beautiful volume, sinnple in theme and profuse in pictures. We have tried to faithfully pre- sent to you this year at Union University. CHARLES SABA Editor The press has come to be synonymous with ■freedom of expression. In America that freedom extends even to the college campus. An unbiased publication, the Cardinal and Cream is a credit to Union University, and the pride of its students. THELMA CREWS c A R D I N A L a n d c: r •: -• of Founded at Virginia Military Institute, Richmond, Virginia, September I I, 1865 Colors: Sky Blue and Old Gold Flower: WhI+e Tea Rose A flashback of the year ' s activity shows that 1952-53 has been a most memorable year for Beta Tau. Participation in every area of school life shows the versatility of the " typical fellows " of Union ' s campus. These Beta Tau boys especially excel in the field of athletics. In football many im- portant positions were occupied by A.T.O ' s. Jewel Felker served as co-captain of the team. In basketball the A.T.O ' s. ran rampant; Sonny hiaws being a co-captain of the team. Brother hHaws was further honored by being placed on the V.S.A.C. tournament team, and by receiving the Delay trophy. In all other sports the A.T.O ' s. were always there to spark the teams. There were many other honors won by A.T.O ' s. Charles Gaba was elected as " Mr. Union " and was also editor of Cardinal and Cream. Sonny hiaws was selected as " Sen- ior Most Likely to Succeed. " Billy " Pete " Belew was elected Vice-President of the Senior Class and Vice-President of the Student Body. Leon Morris was President of the Sopho- more Class, Tommy Smothers was Vice-President of the Sophomore Class, and Jack Cris- well was Chaplain of the Sophomore Class. Carey Duncan was editor of the Lest We Forget. By combining numerous parties and socials, beautiful banquets, genuine brotherly fellowship, a wonderful SVveetheart, and Mother Ed, one has a clear picture of the won- derful year experienced by the brothers of Beta Tau. BILLY BELEW W. M. CHARLES GABA W. C. BOBBY THOMPSON W. K. E. CAREY DUNCAN W. S. First Row: Raymond Carlock, Walter Coleman, Bill Conway, Guy Corbin, Kenneth Crocker Second Row: Bob Dunn, Harold Fitts, Bud Gary, Jack Halliburton, Sonny Haws. Third Row: Hutson McCorlcle, Paul McNeese, Joe Miller, Leon Morris, D. L Owens. Fourth Row: Bobby Parrish, Richard Ross, Forrest Shearon, Charles Vincent. Billy Walker. Fifth Row: Squirt Miller. ;ll, Donald Keith Hill, Not Pictured: Babe Felker, David Lucfeey, Tommy Smothers. Kenneth Hawkins, Bubba Arnold, Jack C Deaton, Wes Forsythe. Joe Woods, Harrison Gooch. Bobby Goodman, Hugh Harvey, Buddy Pears- Paul Holmes, Bobby Moore, Larry White, Irby Crawford, Tom Rnnelly, John A. Roberts, John L. Roberts, Jimmy Shearin. Eddie Truett, Wayne Heglar. Tennessee C ta y hapter 4 ' P ' on Founded at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, March 9, 1856. Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold Flower: Purple Violet For the Sons of Minerva 1952-53 has been a year of wonderful fellowship. The Coronation Banquet and the Crowning of Miss Catherine Watkins as Queen highlighted the season of many social meetings. Founders ' Day Banquet, Spring Splash, Christmas Party for the underprivileged boys, hayride, open house and numerous other gatherings at the house have proved that S.A.E ' s. and their dates know how to enjoy themselves. An extra special treat came when Dr. Hugh Raines, prominent Memphis physician, Invited the chapter over for an evening of fun, food and fellowship. Recognizing the quality of the men of S.A.E., the campus has bestowed upon them many honors. Bob Holland led the Student Body as its President; Bob Childers was elected President of the Senior class as was James DIsmuke of the Juniors and Bobby Briggs of the Freshmen. Ted Hale, Bob Childers and Bob Holland were elected to Who ' s Who. Most Handsome Boy was Worlie Ballard and Best-AII- Around Boy, Marvin Fitts. On the B.S.U. Council Bob Holland was First Vice-President; Glenn Rainey, Treasurer; and Charles Dollar, " Baptist Student Magazine " representative. Leading the cheerleaders was Gene McKay. The Math Club had for Its President and Vice-President respectively, Jerry Hunt and Billy McKIssack. Charles Dollar acted as President of the Latin Club with James DIsmuke as Vice-Presi- dent. In the realm of sports S.A.E ' s. showed their versatility by participating in every major sport. Charles (Chuck) Williams commanded Union ' s football team as Captain. First Row: Glenn Rainey, Charles Gay, John Outlan, Bob Childers. Jerry Hunt. Second Row: Burke Herron, Bob Holland, Pat Wills. Jim Hayes, James Dismuke. IniEkr First Row: Joe Barnett, Charles Boggan, Herron Bond, Bobby Briggs, Don Coleman. Second Row: Charles Dollar, Ronald Enoch, John Fanning, Mac Fields, Marvin Fit+s. Third Row: Billy Hammonds, Ralph Johnson, Gene McKay, Herron Morris, Bobby Morris. Fourth Row: Tommy Naef, Max Privett, Will Rogers, Jimmy Rooks, Charles Williams. Not Pictured: Worlie Ballard, Tommy Bolen, Ted Hale, Bill McKissack, Tom Helton, Russell Waddell, Robert DuVall, Ray Powell, Billy Rhea Daster, Carl Jones, Bradley Pinson, Jerry Replogle, Bob Sims, Edwin Young, Bill Blankenship. Ulpdiion ojr L ki VJmeaa Founded at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arlcansas, April 5, 1895. Colors: Cardinal and Sfraw. Flower: White Carnation Chi Omega has had a most successful year under the leadership of Patsy White, President; Paula Clayton, Vice-President Jane Albritton, Secretary; Peggy Thome, Treasurer; Faye Stanfill, Pledge Mistress. The girls have made quite a record for themselves by capturing many of the honors on the campus. Among the honors cap- tured are: S.A.E. Queen, Football Queen, Most Popular Girl, Cheerleaders, Football Maid, Basketball Maids, Student Council Members, Class Princesses, First-Second-and Alternate Maids to Most Beautiful Girl. These and other honors made Chi Omegas outstanding co-eds on the campus. Fall and Spring Eleusinia, a weiner roast, a skating party, the formal banquet honor- ing the pledges, and a spring hayride were " he high spots on the Chi Omega social cal- endar. First Row: Patsy Vi hite, Jane Aibritton, Peggy Thorne, Fa e Stanfill. Nancy Williams. Second Row: Catherine Watlcins, Mary Walker Shoaf, Flodell Apple+on. Joan Shelton, Jo Ann Bazemore. First Row: Mary Howell Anderson, Nancy Brewer, Lucy Nell Butler, Sue Crocker, Lalah Gee. Second Row: Doris Hardee, Joyce Henry, Doris Holloway, Carolyn Hill, Frances Jones. Third Row: Carlie Ann King, Jean Maxey, Nancy Murphy, Virginia Sewell, Bobbie Jean S+rayhor Fourth Row: Betty Tipler, Emily Wieland, Catherine Wright, Mrs. L. D. Rutledge. Not Pictured: Paula Clayton, Peggy Jones, Evelyn Donnell, Tenny Vincent, Sara Cox. — 93 of meau f Leta uu ipna pi Founded at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, October 15, 1898. Colors: Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray Flower: White Violet 1 952- 1 953 has been a busy and happy year for the " blue and gray " girls at Union. Wonderful parties including a " Mardi Gras " banquet have combined to make this year a spotlight year; one filled with fun and entertainment for the Zetas. A flashback of the year ' s activity reveals that this likeable, personable group of co- eds took an active part in all phases of campus life, and that they made quite an out- standing name for themselves by capturing a host of Union ' s most coveted titles. Dixie Howse was elected cheerleader for the second consecutive year and secretary of the Footlights Club. Rosanne Wilson was chosen " Sweetheart of A.T.O. " , Basketball Maid, Football Maid, and " Best-All-Around Girl " , Dottie Carlson acted as secretary to the Student Council. Jo Ann Roberts was chosen Football Maid, Donna Thompson was elected president of Alpha Psi Omega. Mary Kay McBride was elected treasurer of Alpha Psi Omega, secretary of Minerva Club and campus beauty, and Vice-President of the Foot- lights Club. Ann Haynes was chosen Football Maid and a campus beauty. Kitty Ram- sey received the secretaryship of the Sophomore class and Basketball Queen. Carolyn Jackson received the secretaryship of the Freshman class. Freshman Princess, and a cam- pus beauty. Glenda Whittle was chosen a campus beauty and A. Q. McClannahan was elected cheerleader and a campus beauty. Dottie Carlson Jo Ann Roberts Marjorie Kee Donna Thompson Mary Kay McBryde Barbara Washam First Row: Cecilia Boyer, Clovis Carter, Janice Cogbili, Charlotte Cook, Thelma Crews. Second Row: Barbara Harwell, Charlyne Hathaway, Ann Haynes, Polly Holbrook, Dixie Howse. Third Row: Carolyn Jackson, A. Q. McClanahan, Blanche Melton, Betty Moore, Anna Laura Pal Fourth Row: Mary Ruth Pearson, Beverly Pickler, Kitty Ramsey, Jeanette Scott, Christine Sisson. Fifth Row: Christine Taylor, Betty Turner, Betty Ruth Wilson, Rosanne Wilson, Glenda Whittle. Sixth Row: Mrs. Dee E. Rice. Not Pictured: Joyce Shelton, Anita Tolley, Patsy Ricks. •95- ELIZABETH LOYD Sponsor DONNA THOMPSON President JEAN MAXEY Secretary MARY KAY McBRIDE Tredsurer Jiipka f- sl yJt meaa 9 ' CAREY DUNCAN Alpha PsI Omega, the national honorary dramatic fraternity on Union ' s campus, strives to advance dra- matics to a continually rising level. Each member has been elected to membership on the basis of meritorious personal achievement in school dramatics. DON YOUNG JOAN JETER CHARLOHE PEDDY ■96 — CHARLES SABA PresidenT CAREY DUNCAN First Vice-President DONNA THOMPSON Second Vice-President DIXIE HOWSE Treasurer ooiilahts i lub ' 9 The Footlighfs Club is under the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Loyd, director of the Speech Department. Membership of the Club is composed of students who have shown an interest In and a talent for work in the fields of speech and dramatics. CHARLES GABA CAREY DUNCAN DONNA THOMPSON MARY KAY McBRYDE JEAN MAXEY DIXIE HOWSE DONNA THOMPSON CHARLYNE HATHAWAY MARY WALKER SHOAF MEMBERS BOB ATWOOD BENNIE MORRISON JOAN SH ELTON BETTY TIPLER BILLY WALKER JOAN JETER TOMMY HELTON KATHRYN WATKINS CHARLOHE PEDDY TOMMY SMOTHERS MARY ATWOOD ZANE WELLS VIRGINIA SEWELL PAULA CLAYTON CHARLOTTE COOK LUCY NELL BUTLER SYBLE McPEAK FRANCES JONES First Row: Bob Atwood, Mary Atwood, Gene McKay, Betty Tipler, Bennie Morrison. Second Row: Joan Jeter, Mary Walker Shoaf, Kathryn Watkins, Billy Walker, Syble McPeak. MRS. BLYTHE Sponsor JEAN BUTLER President DOniE CARLSON Vice-President JEAN MAXEY Secretary-Treasurer J « Hi ana w Hypatia, composed of junior and senior girls possessing a high scholastic record, is an exclusive literary club. Twice each month the club meets to enjoy a review and crit- icism of some outstanding literary work. The meetings have proved invaluable in pre- paring the members for participation in clubs of this kind after they leave school. MEMBERS JEAN BUTLER DOTTIE CARLSON JEAN MAXEY FLODELL APPLETON SUE CROCKER MARY HOWELL ANDERSON JO ANN ROBERTS VALERIA VAUGHN MARJORIE KEE ANN CAROLYN HAMILTON JANE ALBRinON JOAN BAZEMORE RUTH SKELTON MRS. F. M. BLYTHE, Sponsor MARY HOWELL ANDERSON FLODELL APPLETON JANE ALBRinON JOAN BAZEMORE ANN CAROLYN HAMILTON SUE CROCKER CHARLES DOLLAR JAMES DISMUKE VALERIA VAUGHN President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer CAROLYN HILL he f ice oLatin i lub ELIZABETH RIDDLE HAROLD COSBY MRS. DEE E. RICE Sponsor CLIFTON COURTNEY, JR. GENE ATKINS The Rice Latin Club is an organization of students making high grades in Latin. The purpose of this club is to increase a member ' s knowledge of Latin and gain an insight into the Roman civ- ilization, its laws, customs, religion and ordinary life, with a consequent appreciation of our in- debtedness to the past. DOROTHY CASH BOBBY GOODMAN CHARLES EDMONDS Tommy Naef, Vice-President: Jean Maxey, Secretary; Roy Eiliott, Treasurer; Mary Howeil Anderso Jackson Sun Reporter. ke l utledae J onoraru J isloru L luo CHARLES DOLLAR BOBBY SANDERS MAMON ALEXANDER JIMMY PIRTLE The Rutledge Honorary History Club, an outgrowth of the Union University History Club, organized on November 18, 1929 for the pur- pose of encouraging a higher standard of scholarship, of gaining a greater appreciation of history, and of keeping abreast with the rapid world movements, is composed of members of the Social Science Faculty and of students either majoring or taking a first minor in his- tory and who meet scholastic requirements. This club meets monthly and makes an historical tour each spring. GEORGE NORTON CHARLES WILLIAMS MRS. L. D. RUTLEDGE Sponsor MR. R. H. WARD Sponsor MR. T. W. DAVIS Sponsor r ledtor i lub Lgk " First Row; Barclay Newman, President; Jim Co+ten, Vice-President; Bob Sanders, Secretary-Treasurer; Troy Young, Sponsor; George Norton, Second Row: Lee Thornton, Bill Thomas, Charles Williams, George Morton, James Carlin. The Nestor Club, rated as Union ' s Phi Beta Kappa, consists of a faculty sponsor and twelve young men ranking highest in scholarship in the upper classes. The organization rneets nine times during the year, once in joint session with hlypatia. After dinner, a paper is read by a member on any topic in which he is particularly interested and a joint discussion of current development follows. r vlinerva ( tub After a period of inactivity at Union University, the Minervas reorganized in the fall of 1950. The club is composed of the house mother, mothers, sisters, and sweethearts of the men of Tennessee Eta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. Monthly meetings are held in the chapter house on the second Thursday evening. Standing: Mrs. Harry Hudson; Jo Ann Maze; Catherine Watkins, Queen; Mary Kay Mc- Bryde, Secretary-Treasurer; Geraldine Ed- wards: Mrs. Wm. H. Bond. Seated: Mrs. Kenneth Fanning: Mrs. W. F. McKissack, President; Mrs. Percy Glisson, Chapter mother; Mrs. B. J. Barnett; Mrs. H. H. Replogle. — 101 ■ rince-alJauh Science L iua OFFICERS President June Bennett Vice-President George Crocker Secretary Billy Walker The purpose of this club Is to stimulate and perpetuate an Interest In the Natural Sciences. Qualifications for membership are a major or a minor In one of the three sciences, Physics, Chemistry, or Biology, and a sincere interest in science. Each month, by rotation, one of the departments presents an excellent program connected with the work and study of that department. MEMBERS Virginia Sewell Harold Cosby James Carlin Patsy White George Hunter Troy Lewis Russell Tuck Tenny Vincent Carl Long Flodell Appleton Donald Montgomery David Luckey WJLu Wad Cid The Mallory Math Club is an organization for Ihose students who have completed four quarters of college mathematics. This club Is dedicated to the memory of the late Dr. James Mallory. The purpose of the club Is to encourage students to better scholarship In the field of mathematics. Meet- ings are held twice a month presenting ma- terial which would not be given in the class- room. 102 — Keligious MtMH s A, N. LjraueS c ocietu r The J. R. Graves Society of Religious Inquiry was founded in 1877. The Socie+y helps the ministerial students to become familiar with their future problems and work. The purpose of this Society is to aid in qualifying Its members for the gospel ministry by gaining practice in correctly expressing themselves in public and by extending their In- formation on all religious questions. Bill Affolter Harold Alexander James Allen Gene Atkins Ormond Barnes Bobby Brlggs R. C. Briggs Henry Brukardt Kenneth Brumley K. E. Burke Bob Burton Bernard Campbell Wlilard Cayce Ashley Cherry Bob Childers Harold Cosby Junior Courtney Irby Crawford Jack Criswell Royce Cruce C. p. Currier Orvin Dangeau Charles Dollar Paul Drum Ted Duffey Byron Epps Charles Edmonds Rudolph Fitts Max French Charles Gaba Harry Garland Hilliard Goode Bob Goodman H. C. Green, Jr. MEMBERS H. M. Gregory D. S. Hall T. O. Hall Charles Harris Carl Hart Odls Henderson George Horton George Hunter Wayne Jones Fred Kendall Rox King Bill McAfee Cicero McClure D. B. McCommor Gene McKay Ewell McKinnie Paul McNeese J. D. May Charles Maraman Harold Skaggs Bob Morris Harold Smith Leon Morris Norris Smith Tommy Naef Robert Shands Hubert Neely Dovey Stafford Wilburn Nelson Carnel Thedford Barclay Newman Bill Thomas Perry Parker William Thornton Jack Pollard Coy Thurston J. F. Ray James Tillman Bill Rogers Charles Vincent Bob Sanders Maxell West Robert Saunders Zane Wells Johnny Sconce Bill Whitlow Bill Seratt Pete Willis Forrest Shearon Ronnie Wylie First Row: Dr. R. C. Briggs, Coy Thurston. Second Row: Charles Vincent, Max West, Ronald Wylie, Pete Willis Gene Atkins. Third Row: Bill Seratt, Johnny Sconce, Bob Sanders, Perry Parker. First Row: Barclay Newman, Hubert Neely, Leon Morris, J. D. May, Paul McNeese. Second Row: Gene McKay, Bill McAfee, Odis Henderson, Carl Hart, H. C. Greert Third Row: Bob Goodman, Max French, Charles Edmonds, Byron Epps, Charles Dollar. Fo urth Row: Irby Crawford, Clifton Courtney, Harold Cosby, Willard Cayce, Bill Affolter. 105- ' ■k First Row: Barclay Newman, President: Elaine Elkins, Second Vice-President; Jean Maxey. Third Vice- President; Jo Ann Maze, Secretary; Glenn Rainey, Treasurer. Second Row: Charlotte Peddy, Hostess: Jean Butler. Publicity; Mary Kay McBryde, Religious Editor; Emily Wieland, Pianist; Byron Epps, Workshop Chairman. uptidt S tudent l lnion ( ouncii The Baptist Student Union is more an organism than an organization. It has as its purpose to link the local churches with the college students and to enlist the students in the service of Christ while in college. esLife Service (I5anci Life Service Band is an organi- zation made up of men and women whose purpose in life is winning people to Christ. This purpose has been a- chieved through mission ac- tivities which include: jail ser- vices, street services, etc. y.w. . Watcliword: They that are wise shall shine as the brightness of the ■firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars forever and ever.— Daniel 12:3. Aim: Our aim is to unite the young women of the Southern Baptist Churches and colleges in an enduring missionary enterprise through which they shall show forth the beauty of holiness. " That in all things He might have the pre-emi- nence. " — Col. 1:18. Dedication: ... I will seek to maintain for myself a high standard of Christian living and will seek to be an example to others. I will strive to make my personal appearance, speech, and manner such as becomes the purity and beauty of Christlike character, living a radiant and convincing life in all social relationships. OFFICERS RUTH SKELTON President PEGGY WALKER Vice-President RUTH BROGDON Secretary EMILY WIELAND Treasurer CIRCLE CHAIRMEN JANE ALBRITTON Circle I MAMON ALEXANDER Circle 2 CHRISTINE SISSON Circle 3 CAROLYN JACKSON Circle 4 MRS. S. F. BOYD Sponsor i BM • .1 FOOTBALL The Union Bulldog gridiron squad started practice the first of September, during the hottest part of the year. Need- less to say, they soon warmed to the task before them. Forty-five men reported for practice and only twenty-six stayed out for football. The Bulldogs played their first game on September 20 against a mighty Flor- ence State team. The Bulldogs were outweighed and did not have the ex- perience of the Florence State team. They therefore came out on the short end of the 51-7 score. The Bulldogs next went to Mississippi College where on the first play they scored a touchdown but it was called back. The next time the Bulldogs got the ball they again scored a touchdown, but this time it counted. The extra-point was wide. Later Missis- sippi College scored and made the extra- point to win 7-6. Delta State came next and the Mississippi boys won 37-0. These three games, however, showed promise of things to come and they did. On October II, the victory hungry Bulldogs took the field against U. T. of Martin. When the game was over there was nothing left of the Martin team. The score was 40-7. Probably the best game of the season was played against Austin Peay. It was a very hard fought contest. Player after player was Injured, and before long re- serve strength began to count. The Bull- dogs were deep in Austin Peay territory many times, but they could not score. However, before the game was over, Walter Coleman ran eighty yards and with superb blocking scored the touch- down. The game ended 40-7 in favor of the Governors. The hfomecoming game was played on October 24 with Union ' s Bulldogs losing 24-7. Louisiana College beat the Bull- dogs 49-19 in a grueling contest on November I. The next two games Union showed great Improvement and com- pletely overwhelmed Georgetown and Southwestern by scores of 14-6 and 35-0 respectively. 1952 SCHEDULE Union Universify Bulldogs n 7 Florence State 51 n 6 Mississippi College 7 n Delta State 37 ■ n 40 U. T. of Martin 7 n 7 Austin Peay 40 n 7 Howard College 49 n 19 Louisiana College 49 in 14 Georgetown 6 ■ n 35 Southwestern FOOTBALL ROSTER 3 Position Weight Tommy Bolen B 180 Huntingdon, Tenn. Bob Childers T 200 Memphis, Tenn. Walter Coleman B 180 Trenton, Tenn. Don Deaton E 175 Jackson, Tenn. Charles Dollar C 165 Memphis, Tenn. Jewel " Babe " Felker G 180 Corinth, Miss., Co-Cc ptaln Jerry Hunt T 200 Jackson, Tenn. Carl Long B 160 Jackson, Tenn. Kenneth Miller B 160 Corinth, Miss. Bobby Joe Morris E 190 Springfield, Tenn. John Roberts G 195 Lexington, Tenn. Richard Ross E 160 Paris, Tenn. Bobby Thompson E 185 Corinth, Miss. Pat Wills B 185 Memphis, Tenn. John Abies E 180 Kosciusko, Miss. Bud Gary E 180 Carney ' s Point, N.J. Irby Crawford G 165 Memphis, Tenn. Joe Costello G 180 Flora, Miss. Bill Ray C 185 Jackson, Tenn. Russell Waddell B 165. Jackson, Tenn. Clinton Edmlnson B 170 Munford, Tenn. Jack Halliburton B 165 Ripley, Tenn. Jimmy Dismuke G 165 Jackson, Tenn. D. L. Owen B 184 Friar ' s Point, Miss. •BUI Conway B 181 Birmingham, Ala. Glenn King E 185 Henderson, Tenn. Guy Corbin E 180 Spring Hill, Tenn. Chuck Williams T 190 COACHES Union ' s athletic program this year was under the direction of Athletic Director and Head Coach Robert Jelks and Assistant Coach Harold Koffman. Both a well-rounded varsity and intra- mural program was provided, affording each student an opportunity to partici- pate in some form of athletics. Coach Robert Jelks was born in Tyler- town, Mississippi and attended high school there. Upon graduation he en- tered Pearl River Junior College at Poplarville, Mississippi where he lettered in five sports. He entered Union Uni- ersity in ' 36 and took an active part In both football and basketball. He re- ceived his Master ' s Degree from George Peabody College. For nine years he coached at Grove High School in Paris, Tennessee, where he produced some of the state ' s finest football and basket- ball teams. For a short interval during World War II he came to Union as physical education Instructor In the Air Corps Unit stationed here. He came to Union as athletic head the year before last to replace Coach Turney Ford. Assistant Coach Harold Koffman was born at Trenton, Tennessee. He attended High School here In Jackson, Tennessee and later taught class and physical edu- cation at Jackson Junior High School. He graduated from Union University in 1950. He has been In the Marines and the Marine Reserve. He has four years of coaching experience. Coach Koffman has been quite active here at Union both as a business man and a coach. He Is in charge of the book store, head coach of baseball, coach of " B " team in basket- ball and assistant football coach. Nashville, Tenn., Co-Captain — I 12 FELKER, Co-Captain; JELKS, Coach; WILLIAMS, Co-Captain KOFFMAN, Coach KENNETH MILLER, Back BOBBY THOMPSON, End BILL CONWAY, Back I 13 — KING Fullback HUNT Tackle iiiip«i£iii .. =v OWENS Back KING, Guard CRAWFORD, Guard ROSS End LONG Back 14 — RAY, Center WADDELL, Back FELKER, Guard MORRIS, En COLEMAN Back " ' " If BOLEN Back HALLIBURTON Back k. DEATON End First Row: Halliburton, Miller, Bolen, Murray Second Row: Coleman, Forsythe, Owens GARY End DISMUKE Guard CONWAY, MURCHISON, WADDELL, EDMISTON, STAFFORD EDMISTON ' ' ., ' BASKETBALL This season ' s basketball team will long be remembered as Haw ' s and Company. With such specialities as Sonny Haw ' s dangerous crip shot, J. M. Parks ' tip-ins. Raymond Carlock and Kenneth Hawkins ' outside shots, the Bulldogs from Union U. were not to be denied. For reference ask Southwestern, Bethel, David Lipscomb, Lincoln Memorial, Freed-Ha rd eman, Austin Peay, Florence State, Howard and Middle Tennessee. Parks will be remembered for his 33 points against Lincoln Memorial in the V.S.A.C. tournament. Haws for a mag- nificent job as captain and for scoring 34 points against Austin Peay. Carlock was not to be denied with his 21 points against Middle Tennessee and Hawkins with his usual 7 to 14 points against any opponent. The centers did not hit as well as last years ' , but with a combina- tion of Deaton, Truett, Morris, and Gar- rett, who will all be back next year, Union U. won many outstanding games. It will be hard to replace such fine players as Parks, Haws, Carlock, Worlie Ballard and Billy Mayo. Remaining players include Hutson McCorkle, Ken- neth Hawkins, Richard Ross, Bobby Joe Morris, Don Deaton. Wayne Heqiar, Eddie Truett, Don Coleman, Guy Corbin and Glenn King. 1952-1953 SCHEDULE in 65 Florence State 81 in 57 Austin Peay 70 n 55 Die Miss 96 n 69 Murray State 96 n 69 Arkansas State 96 in 87 Freed-Hardeman 54 in 86 Florence State 83 in 68 Southwestern 40 in 77 Bethel 74 in 89 Howard College 86 n 57 David Lipscomb 67 n 91 M.T. S. C. 74 n 61 Arkansas State 76 n 56 Delta State 74 n 78 Arkansas State 81 n 88 David Lipscomb 82 n 73 Delta State 78 n 94 Austin Peay 83 n 59 M. T. S. C. 62 n 93 Freed-Hardeman 55 n 92 Southwestern 79 n 69 Bethel 63 V.S.A.C. TOURNAMENT n 80 L. M. U. 72 n 58 East Tennessee State 66 n 68 ... David Lipscomb 64 1952-1953 ROSTER Position C Name Morris. Bobby Joe Springfield, Tenn Mayo, Billy Bemis, Tenn. Parks, J. M. Paducah, Ky. Carlock, Raymond Guntown, Miss. Deaton, Don Jackson, Tenn. McCorkle, Hudson Halls, Tenn. Haws, Sonny ' Paducah, Ky. Hawkins, Kenneth Selmer, Tenn. Ross, Richard Paris, Tenn. Garrett, Gene Corinth, Miss. Coleman, Don Central City, Ky. Heglar, Wayne Humboldt, Tenn. Truett, Eddie Jackson, Tenn. Corbin, Guy Spring Hill. Tenn. King, Glenn Henderson, Tenn. Ballard, Worlie Hamilton, Ala. ' Captain F F F F G G G C G G C F F G Height 6 ' 5 " 5 ' l I " 6 ' 2 " 6 ' 2 " 6 ' 3 " 6 ' I " 5 ' ll " 5 ' 6 " 5 ' I I " 6 ' 4 " 6 ' 0 " 6 ' 2 " 6 ' 3 " 6 ' 0 " BASKETBALL The 1952-1953 Bulldog Hoopsfers proved to be one of the most improved teams to represent Union on the hard- wood in many years. After defeating Bethel 69-63, the Bulldogs wound up in second place in the V.S.A.C. Conference and third in the V.S.A.C. tournament. The nucleus of this year ' s team was formed around six returning lettermen from last year ' s squad. This group of Union lettermen received able support from a host of new-comers, who helped the Bulldogs tremendously. With this group of prospects and lettermen Coach Robert Jelks formed a team that was soon to show the ability it possessed. The Bulldogs had an overall season record of 13 wins and 12 defeats includ- ing tournament play. Many of these losses were very close games and the Bulldogs played excellent ball. After the season got rolling the Bull- dogs showed everyone the reason that they wound up in second place in the V.S.A.C. One of the Bulldogs ' best games was played against Bethel for the final game of the season. It was a nip and tuck battle that saw the Bulldogs come from behind, 13-18 at halftime. But Union outscored Bethel 20-15 in the third period and 14-10 in the last, to beat Bethel 69-63. SONNY HAWS, Captain 3rd Team VSAC Conference All Tournament VSAC J. M. PARKS 3rd Team VSAC Conference All Tournament VSAC I 17- :5S: RAYMOND CARLOCK Fcrward WORLIE BALLARD Guard KENNETH HAWKINS Guard PARKS, HAWS, MORRIS, HAWKINS, CARLOCK BOBBY JOE MORRIS Center HUTSON McCORKLE Forward DONALD DEATON Forward GENE GARREH Center BILLY MAYO Forward ( neerieucli: LUCY NELL BUTLER, GENE McKAY, JOYCE HENRY A. Q. McCLANAHAN, BOB BURTON, DIXIE HOWSE » , rach MEMBERS J. M. Parks, Captain Kenneth Miller Don Deaton Eddie Truett Guy Corbin Charles Dollar hHutson McCorkle Rex King Jack hHalliburton Bill Baker Bobby Joe Morris Walter Coleman James Dismuke SCHEDULE April I I Sewanee April 15 Die Miss, Union, Southwestern April 24 Arkansas State, Union, Bethel May 4 Murray State May 9 T. I. A. C. — 121 — April 3 April 7 April 16 April 21 April 22 tennis CO-CAPTAINS Don Young Leonard Brown Edwin Young SCHEDULE Illinois Sfate Normal April 27 David Lipscomb April 29 Paducah Junior College May I Memphis State May 7-9 Ole Miss Bethel David Lipscomb Memphis State T. LA. C. U. T. Medical Division MEMBERS Baker Leonard Loyd Don Coleman Carl Long Ralph Johnson Charles Gaba Keith Hill Ray Powell Troy Lewis — 122 -t? n i . 1 I- " . " »r. ' ■ -m .. • i It - l adebalt SCHEDULE Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr May May May May May May May I 10 I 14 I 15 I 18 I 21 I 23 I 4 6 8 15 18 21- 23 Milkin Winona M.T. David Lipscomb David Lipscomb Memphis State Southwestern Memphis State Austin Peay M.T. Florence State Southwestern Austin Peay Play-offs MEMBERS Sonny Haws First Base Pete Belew Second Base Russell Waddell Short Stop John Gilbert Third Base Joe Costello Catcher Harrison Gooch Left Field John Abies Center Field D. L. Owens Right Field Kenneth Hawkins Right Field Leon Morris Pitcher Bobby Goodman Pitcher Clinton Edmiston Pitcher Wayne Heglar Pitcher Ralph Thomas Pitcher Gene McKay Right Field Jimmy Johnson Pitcher T « tl " 123 e =T a yCLL MEMBERS Richard Ross " Squirt " Miller Bill Ray James Dismuke Jack Crisweil Hutson McCorkle Charles Dollar Leonard Brown Don Young D. L. Owens Troy Lewis Charles Williams Pat Wills Bob Childers Bobby Thompson Sonny Haws Carl Long Raymond Carlock Kenneth hHawklns Bobby Joe Morris Worlie Ballard Jerry Hunt Babe Felker Walter Coleman Pete Belew John Roberts Ralph Johnson Tommy Bolen One of the outstanding clubs on the campus is the " U " Club. This club is composed of Varsity lettermen in football, basketball, baseball, tennis, and track. The purpose of the " U " Club is to promote better understanding and cooperation among athletic teams of the college, and to establish athletic activities in keeping with the high purpose of sportsman- ship and education. The highlight of the club was the annual banquet honoring each member for his participation in the club and in the sports program of Union. vTr=-:3aHr onnu J a fonnu .J awi WINNER OF THE DE LAY ATHLETIC AWARD — 125 — JMH i. , J i-i ne mporiance of (I3eina C rneAt By Oscar Wilde CAST Algernon Moncrieff Carey Duncan Cecily Cardew Lucy Nell Butler Jack Worthmgton ;. Tommy Smothers Gwendolyn Fairfax Joan Jeter Canon Cha usable J. W. Abney Miss Prism Valeria Vaughn Lady Bracknell Charlotte Peddy Butler Billy Vi alker ne L lnion i lniuersitu f- iauers We UdlC Mr. Alton Harvey and Peggy Sewell, Voice Student tuclio The Union University Girls ' Trio Mr. John Hughes and Elaine Elkins, Organ Student Miss Clovis Carter The Union University Male Quartet 127- o UNION UNIVERSITY FOUNDED 1834 A i, iiiiiL ' « y rein in ci n WeeL iAdvertisements FINE YEARBOOKS LAYOUT SERVICE PERSONAL ATTENTION EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS AIDS McCOWAT ME RCER PRESS CLOSE COOPERATION WITH STAFF AND ADVISER PLANNED BUDGET POSITIVE DELIVERY DATE JACKSON. TENNESSEE Play Refreshed . . . Have A Coke Before the ;jnie. duiint; the g,qme. jfter the game, a frosty bottle of lee- cold Coca-Cola is so icfreshini;. BOIIIED UNDER AUTHORITY OF The COCA-COLA COMPANY B ' COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS Jockson, Tennessee For Your Gifts and Jewelry Needs Come to ROBERT ' S ' JACKSON ' S FRIENDLY JEWELRY STORE " Engraving for Fraternities and Sororities " For The Best In Sporting Goods " come to FRANKLAND ' S Market and Chester Phone 7-5573 — 133 A Personal Invitation to You Dr. Dobbins and DIAN O; TUB SCHOOL OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Dr. McCaU PRBSIOBNT Ot SOUTHBEN SBMINASV to consider the advantages of attending The School of ReHgious Education at Southern Seminary " ■ " ■p YOU are planning a career of Christian service after graduation, the com- i t paratively new field of Religious Education offers a challenge and an Opportunity. Southern Seminary, world-famous for its School of Theology and nationally known for its distinguished School of Church Music, has now established a School of Religious Education — a two-year course earning the degree of Master of Religious Education. fWe should like to send you catalog and illustrated brochures giving full particulars, including courses of study in each of the three Schools of the Seminary. WRITE — NOW ! Southern Baptist THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY LEXINGTON ROAD, LOUISVILLE, KY. Duke K. McCall, President THEOLOGY • RELIGIOUS EDUCA.TION • CHURCH MUSIC — 134- YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lafayette at Cumberland DR. W. FRED KENDALL. Pastor 135 — jm DRINK DrPepper Use NATURAL GAS for COOKING WATER HEATING REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING and HEATING IVESr TENNESSEE CAS CO. Compliments of Ideal Plumbing And Heating Company — 136 — SECOND NATIONAL BANK JACKSON, TENNESSEE Capital and Surplus $500,000.00 OFFICERS FRANK B. CALDWELL Chm. of Board JOHN SAWYER Cashier R. M. WISDOM _ President ALVIN MOORE Assistant Cashier PAUL H. RUSSELL Vice-President ROBERT H. HAMILTON Asst. Cashier CLINT ROWLETT ._ Vice-President NORRIS WARLICK _ Asst. Cashier MRS. GRACIE MILLS _ Asst. Cashier FOR SMART CAMPUS FASHIONS . . . Naturally it ' s Jackson ' s Greatest Store Since 1871 Featuring Favorite Campus Names like McGregor, Jantzen, Helen Harper, University Club, Bobby Brooks, Nardis and many more. TRANSPORTATION FOR ALL THE NATION " Greyhound Bus Terminal Main and Cumberland Streets Jackson, Tennessee Phone 7-1573 137—; Englewood Baptist Church Humboldt Highway George Hunter, Pastor Kenneth Burke, Song Director WHITtOW ' S SPORTING GOODS Complete Line of ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT FOR ALL SPORTS 215 N. Market Jackson, Tennessee Davidson Motor Company AUTHORIZED HUDSON DEALER Sales — Parts — Service Used Cars Bought and Sold Phone 2-1881 444 Poplar Jackson, Tenn. The Camera Shop " Everything for Photography " 212 East Main Phone 7-9971 Jackson, Tennessee Compliments of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSON Charter Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Serving this section since 1873 — 138 — Compliments of Warren ' s Grocery And Market IRBY STREET AT UNION UNIVERSITY MEGEE ROSS in EAST HARDWARE i.+ east LaFasetteSt ° f| ' ' ; College St COMPLIMENTS L. P. JACKSON Quality Jewelers JACKSON, TENNESSEE COMPLIMENTS OF Smith Furniture Company One of the South ' s Leading Furniture Stores JACKSON, TENN. 139- NELCOME STUDENTS! TO THE WEST JACKSON BAPTIST CHURCH (CORNER OF CAMPBELL AND DEADERICK) Our bus circles the campus four times Sundays and twice on Wednesday nights. YOU WILL FEEL AT HOME IN THIS FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE YOU ARE ASSURED OF EDUCATIO NAL AND SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH OPPORTUNITIES FOR SERVICE REV. T. O. HALL. Pastor 140 — EOUTHERN SUPPLY " ' ■ • WlTH THE MABUf ACTuaiB I y. COMPANY PLUMBING, HEATING, ELECTRICAL AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES JACKSON, TENN. McCALL HUGHES VARSITY TOWN CLOTHES 1 14 N. Liberty COMPLIMENTS MURPHY TRACTOR COMPANY iH L r TRACTOR POPLAR EXT. SALES SERVICE PARTS JACKSON, TENNESSEE ea rotf FARM EQUIPMENT PHONE 2-1361 osen XHWs YOUR STORE FOR FAMOUS BRANDS 210-212 E. Lafayette Phone 7-3343 — 141 — EVERYBODY KNOWS IT Experience is the best teacher! NEW ORLEANS BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY And the pUce to get real, honest-+o-goodne$$ pastoral ost unique mission ssion experience is on the nerica— New Orleans! Scholarly Faculty Effective Evangelism Practical Missionary Activities Otteri standard daqrati B.D. Th.M., Th D., B.R.E. M RE . B.S.M.. and MS M 1220 Washington Av S. M. LAWRENCE COMPANY COAL • COKE . ELECTRIC FANS • ALUMINUM AWNINGS ALUMINUM SCREENS • CARRIER AIR CONDITIONING 532 E. Chester Phone 7-8536 FOR YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS SEE . . . TENNESSEE VALLEY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY HOME OFFICE — JACKSON, TENN. G. T. HOLLAND, President In Jackson It ' s SLIPPER SHOP 142 Sttja Apparel Compliments of BOND ' S ' ' Jackson ' s Leading Shoe Store COMPLIMENTS THE NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE OF JACKSON JACKSON TENNESSEE Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments of Glen-More Clothes — 143 — THE W. p. Dabney Son NEW SOUTHERN For All Your Social Activities Furniture Co. Remember THE READ HOUSE COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Chattanooga, Tenn. HOT POINT APPLIANCES THE OWENSBORO Church Street where College Passes Owensboro, Ky. Jackson, Tenn. Phone 7-5516 Are Also ALBERT NOE HOTELS BURNLEY ' S WOOTTON ' S STUDIO FLOWER SHOP Baltimore St. PORTRAIT FRAMES AND " ALWAYS WELCOME COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHS AT CHARLIE ' S " 207 E. Main St. Phone 7-9036 — 144 — CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH James A. Canaday, Pastor NEAREST THE CAMPUS A BEAUTIFUL HOUSE OF WORSHIP WARMEST CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP WHERE EVERY STUDENT IS WELCOME 145- Fox Restaurant 203 E. MAIN ST. JACKSON. TENN. JOHNSEY ' S SHOE AND SPORTING GOODS REPAIR N. Royal I. C. R. R. Telephone 7- 1082 . FRED JOHNSEY HARRY JOHNSEY CO. PAINT— WALLPAPER VENETIAN BLINDS HIGHLAND COLLEGE PHONE 7-7976 MOVING CRATING AND STORAGE Telephone 7-1496 RUSSELL TRANSFER CO. 117 EAST COLLEGE STREET J. M. LANKFORD JACKSON. TENNESSEE 146 — Lexington Inn Compliments of THE BOOTERY Compliments BLACK And WHITE STORE i onaratuiauons Scenic Pernor 6 II I E. Lafayette Phone 7-6366 WEST ' S RESTAURANT JOHN A. WEST, Owner ULTRA MODERN AIR CONDITIONED 218 East Main Street JACKSON, TENN. JACKSON MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Located on Hollywood Drive At Hollywood Cemetery Gate JACKSON, TENN. — 147- Jfndex Administration and Staff 10-13 Ads 1 3 I - 1 47 Barton Hall 5 Campus Scenes 20 Christmas Parade 1 24 Classes _..... _ 2 I -52 Freshman 43-52 Juniors _ 29-36 Seniors 2 1 -28 Sophomores 37-42 Dedication 6-7 Faculty 14-17 Foreword _. 4 Honors 53-84 Annual Royalty _ 79-84 A T O Sweetheart _ 66 Basketball Royalty 70-7! Best All Around Boy _ 62 Best All Around Girl 63 Class Princesses 6 1 Footba 1 1 Roy a Ity 68-69 Miss Union _ :...60 Most Handsome Boy 72 Most Popular Boy 64 Most Popular Girl 65 Mr. Union 59 S A E Queen _ 67 Senior Most Likely to Succeed 73 Strawberry Royalty 76-78 Who ' s Who _ 54-58 I ntroduction I -3 Music Studio - _ 127 Organizations _ 85- 1 02 Alpha Psi Omega 96 Alpha Tau Omega 88-89 Annual Staff _ __ 86 Cardinal and Cream Staff. 87 Chi Omega 92-93 Footlights Club _ 97 Hypatia 98 Mallory Math Club _ 102 Minerva Club 101 Nestor Club 101 Prince-Davis Science Club 102 Rice Latin Club 99 Rutledge History Club 100 Sigma Alpha Epsilon _ 90-91 Zeta Tau Alpha , _ 94-95 President ' s Message 8-9 President of the Student Body 18 Religious Activities 103-108 B S U 106 J R G 104-105 Life Service Band 106 Revival _ 1 08 Y W A 107 Snaps 1 09- 1 1 128-130 Sports _ 111-125 Baseball 1 23 Basketball I 16-119 Cheerleaders 1 20 De Lay Trophy 1 25 Football 112-115 Tennis 1 22 Track 1 2 1 U Club 1 24 Student Council 1 9 Union University Players 126 — h


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