University of Alabama - Corolla Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)

 - Class of 1925

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' ' , 1 .V """' t 61-U -. , " v , A 'iF'l""+'1'f ia , .9',3og,e2:nl1Qx19l:nnl.w-, fl ' W """' ' ::Av1'w:'11P Law' ninnirf-11' 111317 r - 5511, 6 'nv 'f m3,Vees4c?.':s., Q N f , t Q N S rn CL ...EL 5 Ellie Qlapntune at mark QQ wg EREIN we present our chief ad- ' D3 ministrators - the President f and his Deans-as we know iipfgg them. Also we are desirous to acquaint you with facts concerning the University and the schools thereof. Fur- thermore, as the Capstone of the state's educational system, through its extension service, this institution is touching the life of the state at all points,-in industry, in health, in justice, in society, and in govern- ment. It is the state's most historic and most famous seat of learning. . . . . -'QP N S s -sl as K ,Mem Ullu: Y S E 3 no Q 2 0 C so 3 Q 0 3 0 Q 1 Q L Q as 3 0 2 C DVGWIYPK bu Musgrave 51112 niuernitg was we We rwiiwnr mug wf W IRST-BORN child of the Commonwealth, the traditions of the University if Q'-A of Alabama are inspiring. It has furnished to Alabama its leaders both in peace and in war. It is a treasure house of established facts and fundamen- kdxf Wil tal principles, a place organized for new truth, a steadying force of civiliza- M C fi tion, and a stabilizing factor in sane progress. Its al'umni have been, in practically every community, the leaders in industry, in society, and in the professions. It has produced outstanding men both in Church and State. It is the dynamo from which has been generated the power that has, more than any other factor. determined our destiny. ill No institution can present a finer record of service. No insti- tution has grasped its opportunities with greater zeal. No institution is giving back to the commonwealth that established and is maintaining it, a richer return. No institution is fulfilling its destiny with a keener realization of its duty. QU If we may forecast the future in the light of the past, we may be permitted to prophesy even greater things for the University of our faith and loyalty. We look forward to the day when our beloved "Alabama" will be still more widely acclaimed for the service she has rendered and will continue to render in the high task to which her life is devoted. JllINOIllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIU' 5 NQHNMHHIIIHMNQNQNUINQN5 Q, into nf: ' T355-:n:I. ln cuando ' :E-:iv - --11' l EEL-.:...,-g"' - sd? -' ISE ! ' 5:5 ls? . :Q i I r I ' O o 9 a Q 9 , 01" Y u o 0 4 0 Q g 9 4 , . g ,I he nllege nf rin sinh Qrienrea F29 Bean Earnluell Q94 s - HE College of Arts and Sciences of the University is as old as the University itself. For the first forty years of the University's life this college was the University. It is the original central organization, around which have been grouped during the past lifty years the other schools and colleges that help to make up the University as it exists today. ill The aim and purpose of this college is. as it has always been, to prepare young men and young women for life in its broadest sense: to give them such fundamental training of mind and heart and spirit as will enable them to become centers of influence for good through- out the state and the nation. The other schools and colleges of the University have as their primary purpose the making of lawyers. doctors, teachers, engineers, business men. The College of Arts and Sciences strives to give to its students a broad general culture. to make them intelligent, liberal-minded. public-spirited citizens. lll'This college has of late years been limiting the range of a student's electives. The result is that an A.B. graduate Of today has not only acquired some familiarity with half a dozen of the main branches of knowledge, but has also attained a considerable mastery of one of these branches. He has by this means made some advance towards that long since unattainable ideal of edu- cation: to know something about everything, and everything about something. Ellie Svrlgunl nf nmmerre ann umneaz hminiztratinn e H29 Evan Ildihgnnh Q94 i E School of Commerce and Business Administration is the youngest of fgfvl' WWW? I . . . . . . gf Qi B the main divisions of the University. It was begun for the purpose of 1 A --s RQ al QED giving higher business training to the young men and young women of Ala- x9 f bama. Until it was opened, Alabamians had to go out of the state, to a W great distance, to secure such training as would fit them for executive posi- ' tions under the competitive conditions of today. TH The school has from the beginning met with the cordial support of the business leaders of the state, and has attracted large numbers of students. The graduates have gone into more than a dozen different branches of business. Happily, practically all of them have remained in Ala- bama. lll To lead in productive power, therefore, Alabama needs only the managerial. the directing. the risk-taking element. It must have men and women of enterprise, with the ability and the training to start, direct and carry on businesses of every kind. If these leaders of enterprise are to come from Alabama. our young people must have oppor- tunities for higher business training at home. The School of Commerce and Business Administration is furnishing these opportunities. It is, therefore, in a very true sense the key to the industrial future of our state. 4 we .cr n n n .rr a - s .aauleelallemmlmumnmlll' 'Wilwaudwzismobume r I ocxncqiolspqmq nqm ' 1' i ' . GM: ' X v.'T" ' T """' 'M "W 75ff.C'iP.f3Tf'II.1 , ,, sw. -.--1 . vnu.-mm.wmmv'q3.:f 4:7- N i"l"'J.g-----n -usu- . gym.. qnas-li'-nv - -- -f,..,. Qu-ns-fu -- -fa -favour, ' ,-,' ' Q -0. -an-.N vw, ' ,,,.. ....,,.. . X .,, ...... ... S "" " ':'.--.. N ...-.-...P 1---1 A H . ..T X Q VK 5 an in If I1 Dc D D Cf iii?-If JNIl0IIllllNlllllllllllllllllllll' U lm H u Che DllPQPufG11Qi11PPI'iI1g are erm anis O produce men. That is the purpose of the College of Engineering. For ' the industries of our state---the steel mills, the railroads, the blast furnaces. the hydro-electric companies, the coal and coke producers, the manufac- turers and the road builders-need masterful men. They need leaders to di- rect to useful ends the vast human energies and the great sources of power in nature. ill The College of Engineering gives instruction in the fundamentals ofyscience and of economics, skill in engineering technique and discipline of character. ill The laboratories of the College of Engineering have been designated, by the legisla- ture, as the oflicial state testing laboratories. In the well-equipped laboratories of the School of Mines, investigations are being carried on by students and members of the fac- ulty, in co-operation with the United States Bureau of Mines. The present research on iron ore beneficiation is expected to result in great benefit,to the iron industry and will promote conservation of the state's mineral resources. In the physical, electrical, and chemical engineering laboratories experiments are being made, in co-operation with the industries of the state, to determine improved methods and new uses for materials and power. V " ii 1 Q V o Y o ' 1 Y ' gli 01. 0 - if 'Ea Q' Q Y E li ..Bumnnumuummmmml'"" . "' ' . i"'llm NIlllllHIIONNOIOUNIQUE . '5 ' 5,:'.":' ' ' 'l::.E l '. E v.'j....-"'1'-':." -f X' 'Tef-Ezlgii . 4 E : .f X. 'J- : 7' ' ' 7:33 Q I.: 'X A X, 'Lili " ? f N Q , 1 'X 1 n i O 2 rf-ef O O O U C - 4 l ' , . , , .V . 9 '10 0 0 0 0 V Q I 0 9 o 0 0 I ' Elle Qrhnnl nf mu ses was eemgamrh U Qfqfjgg Il f ,EQ A9 We asia HE School of Law was opened, in 1872, with a six months' curriculum and no specified entrance requirements. For many years thereafter its library consisted of a few hundred volumes mainly old editions of text-books donated by the bar of the state At that time the faculty consisted of two part time men fll Slowly the standards and equipment of the school have been strengthened until today its curriculum embraces three years and its ln . . 1. I Lf - . I xX - , ' entrance requirements have been' raised to one year of college credit, with two years in 1926. Its library contains more than six thousand volumes, mainly state and federal reports. On its faculty are three full-time and two part-time instructors. Ill During its life of nfty-two years this school has shown a steady advance in all its phases. In no wise has it been unmindful that its purpose is ro train men better ro serve our stare as members of its bench and bar.- lll For the future, an increased usefulness to the state is seen. The time is not long distant when a separate building will be provided for this school and when its requirements will be still more rigid: thus will an ever-increasing number of better trained legal minds be produced, to redound to the majesty of the courts and to the honor of Alabama. CQYCQDG elunnutnn 3IOIllllllllllIIIIIIIIIHIINIIIIIU' -vb c 3 ' N ' O o pig g . W 3100 Q n ,, 0 sig I 0 D 0 O 1 V I he Qrhnnl nf ehirine we-5 we ranks N7 W, W OLLOWING its transference from Mobile, in 1920. the School of Medicine is- is now in its fifth year of residence on the University campus, where it is A K now being maintained as a two-year school. QI Forced at first to occupy mere 570 it shacks abandoned by military forces in 1918. the school is now housed in QR C ,Nb the newest and one of the most handsome buildings on the campus-Nott Hall, The twenty students who matriculated for the first year's work re- ceived their training from a faculty of three men. Nearly one hundred students enrolled for the current session. and the faculty has increased to fifteen. ill The aim of the school is not merely to equip men thoroughly with a working knowledge of the fundamental medical sciences: the spirit of original investigation is strongly encouraged. Facilities are such that extensive work of this nature is now being conducted. The Gorgas Medical Society, composed of the members of the sophomore medical class, is a potent factor in the development of those who would be acquisitive in the varied and attractive fields of med- ical research. ill With the Hrst two years of a medical course so firmly established, it is but in the nature of things that authorities have definite hopes and plans for the early establishment of the last two years of a full and complete medical course. 'UNINNHNIIINNNOMIIIllmllh .2 xt ff' - ,, 1 , uc - i 'Y ""'i' Y - Ghz Qrhnnl nf Hhuraiinn Ms nm Duster D Gmjm HE School of Education was organized in 1909, and has the same standing IT? in the University as the School of Law and the School of Commerce and W ff Business Administration. The purpose of its organization is to train super- intendents of schools, normal s:hool instructors, the teaiihers and pingiplzlls NM, of secondary schools. It is the natural out rowth of the epartments o p 1- m losophy and education, which department ivas established by the University trustees in the year 1899. ill The faculty at present consists of a dean, who is also pro- fessor of education: a professor of secondary education, and a professor of vocational edu- cation. Along with these, various professors in the College of Arts and Sciences give courses in the teaching of their respective subjects. IH The vocational department of the School of Education, the most recent addition to the department, was established, in 1918, for the express purpose of training teachers for the trade and industrial schools now being estab- lished in the state of Alabama. Ill Students who complete the prescribed academic and professional work will, upon graduation, be granted by the State Board of Education the Class A professional certificate for teaching in secondary schools. W ITH N4 E .Dan lion on-.ov an-Acco 'ocean :T.o. .nnnn Q. pconuo. 5:2-so .sooo nggr no-nn V ons.: ana A I - E z . 6 Q5 Q5 FI 3110101 I 3152 will w D I E2 H 41 Q21 I WV 5 5 Q , I - I 1. n K ld ' ! 9 QQ ll ' -- 'C UI.: ! . EPP fi gg P2 Q . T" ' K :Q . , Q D fa Q ..,...... ........ . .............. .. ....... I .... ...... . 7..:A l l,, 3 ,fu WWW i , f I 'I 4 1 ' , x 1 ,. ' . - g N ' 'YW "" Q ? wixf gi-.gin E' jim Ivnv Vice-President Graduate Class f OFFICERS REGINALD THOMAS President SHEFFus1.D OWEN Forensic Council SARA MAUD TAYLOR Poet GUIDON BAIRD Prophet 29 STANLEY DETI.IE Seoretary and Treasurer ours Postgraduate Class James J. ASHTON .......... . Birmingham Mining Engineering 6 T, T II E 4 Vvinner McGraw I-llll Book Company Prize, 1924: Mlnlng and Metallurgical Society: Junior Associate Member A. I. M. M. E.: Honor Roll, '22, '23, "Jimmie" has spent this year resoarchlng and making valuable additions to the science of mining. Ile will assuredly he a valuuhle asset to whatever company he chooses to work for. A golfer who will discuss other subjects. CLAYTON S. BRANSCOMB . . . . . . . . . Union Springs Chemiml Engineering Wi 1' 2 E . J Q-MQ . K f 5155" Alabama Power 'Company Fellowship for Chemie-al Re- search: RS. ln Chemical Enginccrlngg M.S. in Chemical Engineering. . A tranqulllzlng hit ol' sunshine whlvh has a depth effective of result without holng grave. For him Birmingham has one cardinal work. and that's a "nxlss." . MALINE BURNS . .... . Birmingham Science ll' li K, K A ll Y. W. C. A.: xV0l1lll.ll'S Council, '15-'1G. Refinement, culture, and sweetness arc typical of Miss Burns. Her whole personality breathes quiet strength and calm, HUGH A. Fowmzk . . . . . . Bessemer Science Shrine: Knights Templar: Mason: I. O. 0. F. ' XVIth o. normal college education as his possession, this gentleman came to us to Dursue his studies further. Already he has drawn attention, and each new movc is anticipated with eagerness. C. RICHARD I-Iokweman, A K TI . . . . Cleveland, Ohio Engineering A mining expert, and a man of whom Ohio may well be proud. The State has produced many grc-at mean, and now it has produced another. An unusual combination-musician und engineer. Kasrnwaox HAku'rAko . . . . . . .Tokyo, Japan Commerce Of a quiet and rotlrlng disposition, he has the appearance of seeing all and knowing all. X . I5 .,.:ONs Postgraduate Class ffl. rg' GEORGE VERNON IRONS . . . . Tuscaloosa 51" . roi !Irl.v -1- B K, K A 11, 2 fr fgfgf' A.B. U. of A.: Cro:-us-Country und Truck, '21-'24, Cnptaln " ' Trnvk and tfiroz-vs-Countl'y, '22-'23g "A" Cluhg Honor Roll, '21, '22, '23, '24: Junlor Fnrvulty, '21, '25, Fellow ln HIS- "' tory, '24, '25: Jasons: Quudrmlgleg Corolla Board, '24, '25, - 35,-, XVe're very glad to have hurl our noted "knight ol' the Cinder path" fm- mu-k with ur-1 for another ycztr. A scholar und athlete we are proud to cull our own. fa, 4' ij! JAMES Hous'roN IvEv, fl' 1' A . . . Talladega ' Art: , s , I Mnny friends hnve hor-n nmrlo by this nmn mnonxr mon from Dnvlmlsnn. An :xrrlvnt student of Emgllz-uh, and for thls ra-nson, und " lnnumerahlo othors, he is u. known favorite ol' Dr. Burnwell. ' . 1.. ' EDWIN H. MOORE, K E .... .Birmingham 9 ' fl rt: Glue Cluhg Business Staff IULUIIIICI'-Jlll1llTl0l'. "Ed" r-onxr-E to us nfter four years :tt Xvstko Forest. l'1urlnp: hls .J ya-nr here hr- has nmdo runny frlends. llc ls one of Uncle Tom's f, " favorite songstors. zz' INV, ",- ' gf-T li -fi 'lirji .-21 hlniii-15Q1.5'.5fi flat, --J.J.-,u.v::.? M , W ,XS f' "1 . 2 4- MlNNxE K. PEARsoN . . . . . Laurel, Miss. Arts 1l'BK,X A fb, K A H Chl 1'N"lt1l Phi: Knmm Deltn Pl: llylmtlng Follow ln Enprllrllll uonor non, '21, '22, '23, '24. And hm-re's nnother 1-use of "still wntvrs run elven." You know this W l 1 V ,.l , ' 1 . ' from your flrx-It nnrl your lust ll!llll'0h5l0Y'H4 of Mlnnle Kng. Slnc,-1.1 tb, 'VJ l'm-ee und lnu-lllgt-nee are clearly written on In-r fuel-. ' 1 .k' E. F. RANDALL . .... . . Marion Junction , 1 N Commcrcc I I , Comuxr-rl-c Cluhg Masonic' Club, Advertising Clulr. .b Ono of the host Alnlmmn has won from Auburn. Thoroughly con- W - seluntlous and ch-pemlzthle. , V ERNEST L. Run, E A E . . . . . Ansonia, Ohio flrls V XVQ welcome this splendid nrlrlltlon from the Buckeye Stnto-n wise, farsot-inn, und precise student. in, , Postgraduate Class who appreciate lt for lts fullness and quality. KAWAHARA SHIGETARO . . . . . . . Tokyo, Japan Cornmcrcc We are proud to welcome one of the future teachers ot' Japan to the Unlverslty. A pleasant student and an ambltlous one. Rnc1NALn E. T11oMAs, X fb . . . . Birmingham f Ari: fr B K, 1: fr T Birmingham News S4-holnrshlp: Freshman Spealmrg Glen Cluhg Blarkfrlnrsg Author Road Plays, 19225 Llteresquep Stewards' Club: Attic. Only superlatlves apply to Reginald. Handsome, and a renter of uttrm-tlon ln any literary 1.-lrcle, his voice ls a charm envied by all . . . Rich Square, N. C. ROBERT S. WEAVER . . . . , . . Rlining Engineering A man of the world ln every respert, possesslng great energy. XVe r-nnfldently expect "Bob" to scale the dlzzy heights Ol' bufliness SUCCESS. JAMES HAROLD Wnmznsroon, A X A . . Birmingham Mining Engineering 9 T Research Fellowship Bureau of Mines. A future mlnlng genius who ls not typlcal ol' geniuses. He takes his work sorlously, ls a remarkable student, yet flnds tlme for normal an-tlvltlcs. "Peggy" ls a pool shark ol' note. "WVll8.C'S that, freshman?" ' SENIOR CLASS OFFIC ERS V 33 S6I1i0I' Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Mamas ADAMS, K A . . . . Tuscaloosa Art: K .A II, fl' B K Honor Roll, '22, Mable never lets pleasure lnterfore with getting "A's." She leaves n. vacancy that ls hard to till. - WILLARD AnAMs, K A . .... . Tuscaloosa Szticnnr NVlllard wont away and left us for a whlle, but sho brought all hor sweetness and charm har-lc agaln, w0're glad to say. ORA B, Awnnusow . . . . . . Northport flrls t K .A TI, '-I1 B K Education Club: Y. W. C. A. To have her behind a thlng means lt's going through: ln other words. she ls dependable, a truly enviable thing to have said about one. Enolsrz Anoasws . . . . .Florala Arn Fellowship ln English, '24: Education Club, '24, Bright, wlnsomc. und 1'lmrl11lYli5 D0l'H0nalltles are always welcomed on any campus. That is why Eloise has made many friends at the Unlverslty. Lum Llzsms BAILEY, A 1' A . . . . Wetumpka Art: V K A rr, 11- B K Blaclcfrlars, Vice-President: Woman's Council: Exeoutlve Committee: Co-cd Eclltor Crimson-White: Corolla Board: Junlor Faculty: President Hypatla: Keystone: Pl: Trumps: Y. NV. C. A.: League of Women Voters: Education Club. From her list ol' honors we ran dlscovel' unsurpassed charm, beauty, and depth of character. Lela Leslie may be taken as a model of all that ls ilne and wholesome. jlzssua BARNARU . . . . . Birmingham Science fl' B K Intelligence, frlendllness, and perseverance radlate from this unusual glrl. Alabama has been truly fortunate to have her as a loyal student. FRANK BEDYORD BEST, All A popular among the fair sox. Louxsr Bouucwv, A A A .... . Meridian, Miss. Arts K A II Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet: Business Stuff Corolla Board: Educa- tion Club: Big Sisters: League of XVOHIBH Vots-rs: l-lypatlu. Her vlvaclty and charm go to your hond lllco rare French wine, "I think that's dumb." CLARENCE BRADLEY, fb K E . . . . . . Troy Ari: Llteresque: Attlc. "Clos-ro" possesses the energy and hralns of his illustrious lmrothor, Hugh, ln nddltlon to a genuine musical and artistic ohlllty. Ile ls a three-and-u-halI'-your man, at that. ALTA BRADFORD . . . . . . .Warrior Art: A Y. w. c. A. Maryvlllo might not lmvemenllzed that it was losing a treasure, but lt hasn'c taken 'Bama long to find out that we have gained one in Altal SC1'li01' Class Gloe Club. Frank's good looks and pleasing personality PEYTON DANDRIDGE Bum, 41 K E . . COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES . Birmingham have made him vert' . Selma O A K, 22 T, HD B K President Blackfrlars: Road Tr-lp, '22, '23, '24: Jasons: Lltceresqur, '23: Erosophlv, '21, Alabama Quxtrlranglo: Arch: Attic: Junior Favulty, '23-'24: '24-'25: Follow ln English: Corolla Board, '23-'2-4: Assistant Gm-noral Editor 1925 Co- rolla: Pan-Hellenic Council, '25, A Blaokfrlar star, following ln the stops of hls brother Johnnle: a fellowship man for two years: and the combination of brains. energy, and personality whlch the school ls proud to have produr-od. VVALTER BouLD1N, K A ..... . Scottsboro Blackfrlarsg Hammer-Jammer Staff: Honor Roll, '23. A slnc-L-ro student, but always full of fun and frollc. His high alms and matchless splrlt, that have sought out the subtle secrets of learning, destlne hlm for a If-adn-r In any walk ol' life. :, . - M, . H " , 'I' ff.'Nt VERNE BRADLEY, A X S2 . . . . Gnu voulcl not hmzlp but mlmlru n glrl fl r1.r '24g Phllomnthlm-, '23-'2fl. Alwnys present :md nlwuys ready wi have l'ouurl hlm in Latw. MARY E. B:uNsK1a1.LE, A X Sl . . . flm' Bnskvtlmll T1-nm. Mnry is 51, sine-4-ro nnd lovnhln pnl. m1tur'ucl Into Inst yunr, she wus qulclc of the cu-ucl lmskothnll tuum. WAr,'rER J. BROOKS, II K 'fl' . . . . Samson Arm 'First Llvutuurmt llenclqunrtvrs Compunyg Adv0l'tlSll1l-I Club- Calm and gentlv, :tlwuys moving along like n rlovli. Dlm-lcl stronni oi' wntor, without show or pump, hut with n. clot-pness ol' 4-Imran-tor tlmt stumps itself lnrlvllhly upon hlm, GEORGE ALEXANDER BRoNsoN, JR. . . Dadeville Ari: Junior Fnvulty. '24-'25g Honor Roll, '24g Erosophiz-, '22p Crimson-White Staff, '23-'24-'25g Corolla Bcmrd. '24-'252 President Exvelaior, '24-'255 Forunslu Councll, '24g Follow- shlp In Biology, '24-'25. You must lnuprh at hir! YUMIY Wit. but ut the salma time you urn impressed with H df-'l'll H1'l'f0UH'l1'f'H Of lmrposo that Iles hidden behind nn ovvr-ronrly smile. x WVILLIAM H. BURR, E N .... . Birmingham flrls 0 A K Knnvesg Lltl-rcsqueg Corolla Board, '23-'24, Hls brothers boast of his dolngs, thu Rlrls ol' his ncqunlntanceship, but Dean Farrah?--nh, he takes lztw, too. SeIli01' Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES . . . . Troy Scifntn who ls uurluwed with ns swuot and gc-ulnl zllspusltlon ns Vs-rm-. She- posslessuus thnsu 1-l1m'xuetoristi1-s which will surely lrrlng hor sum-1-1-ss In llfu. "'l'hnt's the truth." RICHARD BlaN'roN BRINDLIQY . . . . Hartselle Assistant Rushu-ss Mnnngvr Crimson-Whlto, '21-'22-'23. Summon' '21-'22: Huslnoss MllllltKl'l' Humnwr '22g Assistant Buslnnss Mnnngvr Corolla, '22-'23-'2Alp Erosophlr, '2lg Ex- acolslor, '21, '22, '23: Business Mmmgm' Studl-ut. D11-uutury, '23, Sumnu-r '22-'2Ilg Amlvvrtlslng Mzmngvr Alumni Nows, th FDlllljUlhU-I. Thus the profs. . Birmingham' Y. NV. U. A.: Educ-ntlon Cluhg Longue ol' Vvomun Voter-gg In spite ol' thu fnct that shu- Lo In-vurms n vatlunblo member Senior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ELlZABE'l'H CADE, Z T A . . . . . Tuscaloosa .flrls . Mc-mhor of Pan-llvlls-nlv, Sw,-rt-tnr'y ol' Knystono, '24-'25, Pl. A ronmrlmhle glrl, no:-use-sslng quulltlvs of' slnt-1-rlty :md ,.:t-nulm-nous. Not only ls Ellznheth thu- ownt-r of at host of honors from Judson H1111 WV1ll'll-l3vll1l0lll. hut also pos:-wel:-vox' ol' :L cllsposltlon that nttrm-ts ' t-olla-go lnstrurtnrn. CANNHE MAUDE CAMPBELL . . . . Pyriton flm' Cnnnlo ls ont- of the most vonsr-Ivntlous nturlc-nts tho Unlvornlty hns. Shu- holds thu knowlt-clgo ol' what trul- frlt-ntlshlp ls, und ll' nnymn-'s -ln trouble, rjnnnltvs rlght tlu-ro to ht-lp. TFIURMAN J. CAMPBELL .... . . .Pyriron Ari: Erosophlr-, '22, Exr-1-lslor, '22, '23, '24, '25, Class Ffmotluxll. '22, All-Floss Ts-nm, '22, Ciorollu Staff, '24, '25, Crlmson- NVhlto Stuff. '25, Vlc-t--Prl-sitlvnt Illxr-olslor, '25, Educ-utlon Club, '2-I. A hurcl work:-r, who knows how to enjoy llfo on thu nut:-xltlo. PAULINE CARMICHAEL . . . . . . . . . . .Montgomery A jolly, good-nnturod, and fri:-ntlly hlt ul' fomlnlnlty la Pnullnf-. All hor frlunds will voul-h for thll-1, and then soma, MARY CARROLL . ...... . Montgomery l Education Another ro:-rult from Womnnw Collvlqv. Now wo know what mode lt such n splendid school lust yi-nr. HANNA11 Clxsx, K A . . . - . Attnllu Arts Pr:-sldent ol' NVomnn's Council, '24, '25, Prosldunt Koystonn, '24, '25, Exon-utlvo Commltten, '23, '24, '25, Hylmtln, Soc- ,-,qm-y and Trunsurnr Sophomore Class, .P1Ul'Hl'lll'Ull' Coun- vll, '23, '24, '25, Keystone, '23, Y. NV. C. A. Cnhlnet, '24, '25, Trumps, XVonmn's Count-ll, '22, '23, Honor Cfomrnlttm-, '23, Y. W. C. A., Blg Slsts-r, La-agua of Women Von-rn. Hannah hns piled up the honors and the frlonds wlth faithful hands ns these thru-e yt-urs have rolls-tl along. A L-omhlnntlon of bralnn. nttructlveness, lndependenvv, and "he-nut:oup" honors. Senior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES THELMA CHENAULT . . . . . . . . Albany Hrl: One of our most energetic religious workers. NVe'1'e mighty glad sho left Judson mul came to Alnlmmn. ROBERT HUNT COCHRANE, fl' 1' A . . Tuscaloosa Arr: Blxwlcwinrs. A trndltlonnl dremnvr :md one in porputuzxl good humor. "Bob" has trlud to uvvrlook the potty things of college llfe and has nuulo hlmsull' n slum-ru and nmlnhlo compnnlon ol' those with whom he 01.11110 ln 4-ontur,-t. Wmn l-IAMPTON COLEMAN, jk., 9 2 . . . .Livingston . Scwnfe K A IT, A fl' E, fl' B K Alnhnmn Quadrangle: Phllomnthlo: Crimson-White Staff. '24, '25: Vlc-ce-l'1'o:-wlclunt Y. M. C. A.: Editor Qundrungle Nvws Lcttfer: Edu:-utlon Club: '1'rm-asuror H. S. U.: Fellow- ship ln Frenvh: Student Secretary: Monnlsh Mmnorlnl Bap- tist Church: .lunlor Faculty: Vlcu-Pruslrlmmt Senior Class: Corresponding Sucrutnry Alubmnn State B. S. U.: Black- frlurs, '25. XVnd0 has mudrr it wonderful success of hls college earner. An Honor Roll Yllllh, IL frlend ul' everyone-and whenuvur at question urls-ws about French, VVndu ls the "L-:Lt's meow." MAUDE Coornn . . . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. .4 ru Tn losing Maude, Alnlmnm wlll lm dom-lvod gf 3 brlght and viva.- clous co-od. Shu ls 11 sourvo ol' joy to hor Vrlulldn. EIARKY W. Cknnnock, 4' E K . . . Dadeville flrl: Pre-Moa Club, You 1-nn always tell Hurry. not for his loudnenn, but for his ' quietness. Harry ndhe-res atrlvtly to the maxim, "Silence ls golden." ' He is thu old element ltself. LokA1NE Camas . . . . . ,Tugqalgggg Srienre ' Shu le-1 retlcunt and true. A morn lgynl Student would be-hard to find. . .",u Q' f 9 521. Fflfflle , ,wg . Tl I s 1 - ,verb ' ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM . . . . Aliceville Sunwthlng about her one L-n.n't. know. but most llkcnhlo in every respect. Cncxw DAvmsoN . . . . . . . Montgomery Blnvkfrlmwg Corolla Board: Eclucallon Club, After hnvlng heen 4-hnrmed for so long.: hy thls golden-tongued hc-llc, we wonder who will hc under her nmgnctlv sm-ll after she lcuvcs url. LAURA Ex.lzAne1'u DAv1s . . . . Decatur K A rr, fx- is K Honor Roll: Fellowship ln English, '23-'25, XVhen fate bestows wit, hrnlns, and stoadfnstnvsn upon one, that Senior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES MARY HELENA CROSBY . . . .Tuscaloosa Arts She has hcen horn long enough to assure us shn's vlovor, witty nnrl sweet. RALPH CRUTCHER, fl' A 9 . . . . Meridian, Miss. flrts fl' B K . llonor Roll, '23-'2-Ip Trcnsuror Senior Class. A man nf unusual sc-hulnsth: nhlllty wlth nn nltrzurtlvv novsmmllly. "CruU'h" hm: n 1-num-lty for hurrl work that rlvals his popularity nn Lhre c-anipus. llls ron-ord hvru ls hut u glimpse ol' whut, success ho has ln store. ' ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM, JR., E N . . . Evergreen xlrlx 0 A K Lllorr-squcg Key-Ice. A quiet. om'nesLnnss and thoughtfulncss has boon 1-lmructorlstln of everything that he hm-x rlono whlln In our midst. A nmn whose ru-coinpllslunvnts Sneak for llminsvlvcf-1 and for tho man. person sconis unduly favored. "Miss Davis" combines all those llnu kj mu-lhutes in hor intern-sting por:-xonallty. Senior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES I MARY DONEH00, X Q . . . . . . . . . . Birmingham .flrix Mupmutln-, lovnblv, indlvldunl, combined with n goodly portion of 1-ommou sense, are the quulltlvs that make nll envious of her. Vnxomm DONOVAN, A A ,A . . . . Birmingham Arla' K A H, Ill B K Honor Hull, '22-'23, Pl, Trumps, Corolla Roxirrl, '24: Hy- pntlng Snr'retm'y Kuystunu: Varsity Basketball: Mmmgvl' '24, Unptuln '25, Girl:-1' "A" Club: Y. VV. C. A. Cnmmlttve, - '2'i '24' Wommfs tiounm-ll, '23, Svc-retarv Junior Class: , 1'i'ophut' Sunlor Glass, Llbrurlnn Mndlunl School, '23, '24, F t. L-Z, "Klub meadows, vnlvut p:'I's-mm, strutvh nn buforc llltl. Brook:-1 luugll. lilrrls Ning. Butturfllvs ilzwh lu the sunllgllt--for Vlrglnln. ls uurs." 1 :QE -or--cr-hu'a ut llnrvurd now. r,-.V gfi' WxLL1AM ST. CLAIR DONOVAN, 111 1' A . . Birmingham ' ' Q. V, A, 'v flrts ' l3lzu-ki'rlnrsg T'ruIpm'ty Manager Bluulcl'rlzu's, '23-'24, Art Ed- ltor, Illlllllllkll'-JllllllllL'l'. A mam with an ox:-optlmml nrtlstlr' nblllty und ll lovn for the lwuu' 4 , tlful. Thu futurs- muy find lllm n grunt wrltnr. Ills porsolmllty .P ' wlll make him :L lundm- ln nuy profusslou he chooses. a i N .Ac zu. - ,l LIZZIE Lma ELuo'r'1'. . . . . . . . Coatopa Education NVhen sho v:m't do it, lt just c-un't lm clone. One who never fnlls I mpull in string ol' "N:-x." HARRY ERWIN . . . . , Paint Rock f Arls " 1 Hswry hu:-x dome rfonsq-lf-utlous wurlc on thu football squad :mud m-gm-you 4-mimimidutlon for hlls purslritcnt work. Not only o4L,m1,1,,I 141,21 but promlnlng. CATIIIZRINE EVANS, II A . .... . . . Lakeland, Fla. ' flrls Bl:u'kl'rlnrH, Vlrcu-l'rfeHlrlnntg Ero:-mphlq-, '21: Class S,,,.mm,.y- 'Pru:msurm', '22: Il. 0. T. U. Sponnm- Company D, '22g YVillll01' Crimson-White H1-uuty Contest, '22g Trnnsurcr Stu- dent Voluntczurs, '22, Womx-u's Count-ll, '22: Pun-llullunlvg Educ-zttlon Club: Socrutfwy Prnsbytrwlnn Club, 1f.,.,,s,d,,m of Glrlx-1' I'1'm-slrytc-x'lnn Glass: Sovinl Sa-rvlca Cnnnnlttne, Y. VV. U. A., Iicntfuu of Vvomon Voters, Life Survlccg Big Slgturg XVOXIHLIYB Cnunvll, '24. g Bc-auty, talent, adorable wuyz-1. and n uhnrmlng personality equals Catherine. llsh 3 Esrnsk FRANK . . . ,flrts x A fr, II M E Kovstonog Hynatln: Educfntlon Club, Honor Roll, '23, Senior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND sc1ENcEs Romaar Laws FAUST . . . . . Ozark Arts' Has nn nlr about hlm that you cannot help but llko. Susw FINNELL, E II. . . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa flrt: l'zu1-I-ls-llonlv Counf-ll: Edu:-utlon Club. Susie, although of qulvt and se-hnlnrly nature, is onr' of our host- llkcrl Tuscaloosa Klrls. Sho r-nrno to us ln hr-r Sophomore your from Montevullo nntl by hor gentle dr-mennor has won 11 big place ln our hourts. KATHEMNE Lucn.1.E Fkmcrk . . .'I'uscalo0sa Arts 'll li K Honor Roll, '23, '2-lg ll:-glxnvntul Sponsor, '23. Knlhvrlne ls one of Miss Mnry':s star pupils-even the D0un's Eng- docsn'f. "plume her." . Montgomery L . Erosonhif-, '23: Corolla Board, '23. '24, '25: Crimson-White . Staff, '23, '24, '25, Summer '23g Newtonian tfluh, '23, Frmn-ll Club' '233 Tf-mug Qlulv: League of XVomon Votm-rs: Rum- mf,r,J,1mm0,- Staff' '25g Press Reports-r for Keystone: Sur-- duvmlon Club: Tronsurur Pl Mu Epsilon, Pruslrlunt rotary E Chl Dolm Phl. Esther is one of Olll' most vm-rsutl the highest plnnur-los of thc Arts--lv' more prosnlc llncs us well. Ronrnr DANIEL Gmuusow .... Art: Robert ls an rc-nl Capstone "t'uptuln. or tho populist party. " 'A's' are whole argl-!l'vg:1tloll," he says. " Ht: ls nn asset, S. R, GAkR1soN, JR. . 4 . . . . Albany .flrls A' well-known sturlont und n most nrdvnt supnortm' of ull 1-ollr-gn nr-tlvltigg, Thprr- ls a tlme for all things ln 1-ollogn and "Razr is The other of "VVolJhlc and XVazzle-." nlways on time. lo r-0-mls. Hvr tastes sour to . M ut shc's 4-lever and witty along.: . Albany In 1 'f nn outstztncliny: lr-:ulvr but they ure not the Senior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES GRANT Gn.us, A T A . . . . . Grove Hill Ari: Varsity Football, '24, '25g Captain Baseball, '24g "A" Club. Grant has won for himself n. name ln athletics that wlll never be forgotten. Ono of Alnbaxnnla "All-Southern" men ol' whom she can well be proud. SAUL M. GoLns1'E1N, K N . . . . . Birmingham flrls II M E Crimson-White. '2-l, '25, Exehanpre Editor, Summer '24: Euphlan lrlterury Sovlety, '2-1, '25: Erluvation Club, '25, Capstone Literary Society, '24g University DeMolay Club. A mind that rec-oprnlzes no obstam-les, and has therefore none tn overvorne. Alexander sez-H all, knows all, and tells all, but Saul remembers and undnn'atands ull. ' ERNRs1'xNE COOPER GoRuoN, A A A . . Birmingham Xlrls Honor Committee, '22-'23, Y. VV. C. A., League of Xvomen .V0fl!l'HQ Newtonian Math Club. , Ernestlne has proved hc-rsell' invaluable to 11 gri-at many people. We all know her and adore her. "Never would a Gordon do that." , . W-W--V -f-, ,- N., , ,,.,gf:,i .gm . N, V4-' gdfyuw- . ,, ,gm A 52 wg RM :Mil MARGARHA GoY'1'A, II A ..... . Campcche Camp flrls Education Club. This Spanish senorlta hm-I won a place ln everybocly's heart by , her quaint and charming ways, her beauty, and her sweetness. fg'r'2p3-w'w', - A H P wif-'zfg1E,v825".f 7 "1 BERNICE GRAHAM . .... . Birmingham Science fb B K Pretty, pm-tlte and blrllllkn ls our first lmnresa-ilon of her, YUQ Bernice leaves the feeling that strength and flrnmegg HB 1,4-,hind these. BENJAMIN AR'I'llUR GREEN . . . .Birmingham I Art: 0 A K Erosophlc, '21: Crlnison-VVhite Staff, '21, '22, '23, Editor '24: Corolla Board. '22. '23, Associate Editor. '24g Ex- celsior, Secretary, '2-li Executive Committee, '23: Honm' Committee, '23, '24g Jasons, Captain Company "B"g Oth- cers' Club, Alabama Quadrangle. "Zip" haw given Alabama fl Cflllcge paper with rr professional tone which does credit to hlm and his colleagues. 'X Senior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES Lucius GREEN . . . . ,Gilbertown flrts Y. XV. C. A., '24g Lu-agua of XVOYIHEII Valera. A nubstnntlul und lNAl'SA'V0I'lllL5' studs-nt. we wx-ru fortunate enough to capture from NVUIIIZLIYH Collogu. BERYL GRICE . . . . . . ,Ggngva E ducaiion A bright, L-lvvvr girl who will get the be-st out of life. XVe'll bet on Beryl. FRANK DUDLIEY GUl,l.lilDGE . . . , Verbena ' ' Art: -' ,s I ' il Frank knows you before you know him. Have you mann gm- my 3 - A' 1.-ln-1-l'l'ul as n robust 1-hlld. r-urs-ful lry lnstlm-L to leave: tho nffnlrs . A of thu uthvr fa-lluw to the other fellow? Frixnkly. we llke 1-frank, 1 iii! C5'C:,..u.f.-.. - f y 4.. A. 1 ,,. . S 1 RUFUS E. HALL . . .... . Vernon Eduralion Masonic Club: Vuluntcvr Iinndg D. A. V.: B. S. U. Cuunnil. Not Content wlth being nn vxpl-rt ln nn-rlmnlfrs, he 1:4 well nblu tu he prlncllml ol' u sl-bool. Rufus In of thu type that su:-vm-mls. VARNIZR T. HALL. . . . . . .Birmingham ' Edumlion Phllomnthlf- Llternry Sm-If-ly! Masonic Club: Edu:-ation: Fullnwshlp ln Mm-hlnv Shop. Vnrnvr ls :L nmn whum nonrly uv--rybocly gl-nulnvly llln-s. llv has un ,.mfh,1,1,. wur rm-owl, me nth-stud by tha- dw-urutluns he ls too ' modest to vvcur. FAY HAMMOND, A A l'I .... . Kosclusko, Miss. Arts PL Pnssesslng n swout, quh-t,- und pvnslve nnturv, Fay ls one who will make a big plus-C for horse-lt' ln future llfv. Shu hm-x n ph-usnnt manner that wlns over all with whom she ls thrown. 'M Senior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES KENNETH MCKELLAR HARPER, E X. . . Selma Arts U. of A. Band, '22, '23, '24, Gleo Club, '22, '23, '24, '25, Lllee Club Business Munugtr, '24, '25, Stags. A strung man, and one whom we shull hate to lose, For four years he has been one ol' 'Um-le Tonl's most consistent warblers, and the ,mst two have seen hlm ns nmnngor ol' the Glee Club. WILFORD A. I-Imuus . . . . . . Andalusia Arts s President Euphlan, '23, Law Forum, "Smiles" has ever had for hls motto, "Never be satisfied wtth your- self." No one can llnd a finer student, or better friend. MARY EVANS HARRISON, K A . . . Tuscaloosa Art: K A H, df B K Education Club, Pan-Hellenic Representative, '22, Honor Roll, '22, '23. Second of the illustrious family. lllgh grades, wit, Harrison! 'I'hnt's Mary Evans. CHARLEs VERNON HA'rcHE1"rE, X 42 . . . Marion flfts 0 A K University Band, '23-'24, Gleo Club, '23, '24, '26, Rho Alphn 'l'nu: Capstone Orchestra. '24, '25, Stags. Good nntured Charlie! He dlvldes his time between practicing for :he capstone and prepnrlnsf for his study of medicine next your. Wo wlsh hlm every sur-cess as n mush-Inn and doctor. "Oh, boy!" ROBERTA KIRKAY HAYS, K A . . . Tuscaloosa Artx X A 111 Vice-President Chi lleltrt Phi, '24-'25, Education Club, '24, Poetry Club. '22, Y. W. C- A.: League of Women Voters. A small dreamer and I1hU0H0Dher who has lots of fun and stlll mun- nges to drag down plenty ol' "A's." XVe have ambitions for Roberta along the poetic Held. DOYLE HOLMAN . . . . , Tuscaloosa Arts Corolla Staff, '24. He ls steeped ln the lore of "dark horses," and plays his hum-hes well. . Nevertheless, he makes good grades. Senior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES AREA Hucxsns, Z T A . . . . . Ashland Ari: Big Sisters: Trumps: Pan-Hellenic, '24: Educ-ation Club, '23, '24: I-lnnor Committee, '24. "A perfect woman, nobly planned, to warn, to comfort, and Com- mand." Blessed with many talents, a glrl who does everything she attempts. Arba is liked by both faculty and students. Roossvsm' Humrmuzrs . . . . . . . . . . . Somerville Art: K A rr, 4- B K President Senlor Class, '25: Vic-e-President Quadrangle: President Education Club: Y. M. C. A. Counoll: Phllomathlc Literary Society: Vice-President. Kappa Delta Pl: President Epworth League: Honor Roll, '22, '23, '24: Fellowship ln Spanish. There ls hardly a more high-minded man on our campus. Favorite saying: "Ladies and Gentle-men. I appear before you-" CLIFFORD T. INGLIS, A T 9 . . . . Madison, Fla. .flrls OAK Manager Varsity Football, '23: Kr-y-If-e, Secretary, '25: Co- rolla Board, '24-'25: "A" Club: Business Manager and Co- Founder of Rammc-r-Jammer. "Cllff's" devious ways and subtle mnfrhlnatlons have at Inst been throttlcd long enough for hlm to devote his versatile and never- tfndlng nervous energy t?J to the publlvatlon of the 1tan1mer-Jam- mer. An outstanding man of the 1-ampus. JENKINS JACKSON, 6 2 .... .Livingston flrts TKA,A1PE,f!fBK Honor Roll. '24: Intercollegiate Debating Team. Alabama vs, Mercer: Vice-President, B. S. U. Council: Newtonlan Club, '24: Euphlnn Literary Soc-if-ty: Omtor ot Senior Class: Forensic Council: Corolla Board: Commert-e Club: Gameoock Club: Alabama Quadrangle: Crimson-White Staff, '24, A leader ln church work, given unto poetry, n smart student, and one that ls liked by all. Etoxss Jsmuus, X 0 . . . - . Oneonta Art: Radiant gnille and a dlsposltlon equally bright, combined with brown eyes and beauty, captlvntes the hearts ot' both sexes. "Please let mo alone." ALPHA JERNIGAN . ..---- - Elba . Education Y, W, C, A.: -League of Wvomen Voters. This ls her first year ut 'Bama, and we sincerely regret lt ls also to be her last. ,f 1' A Senior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES R. ELTON JOHNSON . ..... . Albany Eduralion llonox' llnll, '22, This 'llnpllst london' ls rlnlnpr n xvurld nl' ymod on lhu ITLIIXINIH, XVU fuurl Huru thut hu wlll 1-outlnuu hl:-4 good wurk ln nfter lll'c. ' ' Wn.1.mM JOHNSON . . . . . . . .Huntsville . , . l Erluralion ,5 V, D Erluc-:Ltlou Club. 1 I 1 , . A wlllc-nwukn follow who IH glad lo f-we you no nmltcr NVIIO you nru, or WIIEHE---ur XVIII-IN. ll Cknws Joi-1Ns'roN . .... . Clayton fl rl: Crows pulls zluwn "A's" wlth unussuxnlng mods-sly mul than finds time tn mlnglu wllh hln mnny I'rlunLlz-x. If ynu du not knuw hlm, meet him. Yuu wlll never l'l'gl'Uf. ll. , MA'l'lI,lDA ANNE JONES, A Z . . . . . Long Bench, Miss. flrls Y. YV. C. A.: Rnmmur-Jzumncr5 Corolla, Pl. The clmrmlnlg, dnlnly, lmwlt.1-hlng 111,110 gh-1, who ln slln? Mnllldn. Anne, uf course. Nm - V CHESTER J. JORDAN . . . . . . Brewton Srienfe Glen Clull, '21, '22, '23, '24: Corolln Sltxmff, '22, '23g Mn- sunlc Club, '22, '23g Crlmsun-Whltu StnI'l', '22, '23, State C0lHlll1l.TlllC5l' D. A. V. VV. YV., '22, '23, Stnte lfh'-lmmu: Nu- tlonul Convention D. A. V. W. W., Mlnnunpolls, Minn., '23. Junk ls qultn the stuff-one ol' Uncln T0m'N Ill'Ul.4:l.Q'CPl, nn pu-tm' uf no muun nblllty, und u flue yocll-llur. Emu. Kwon, X S2 . . . . . New Orleans, Ln. - llrls ,Ziff Y. W. C. A., Blnclifrlarsg Pi. XVQ hope that Nnw Orleans will 1-:mul us mum: like Ethel, J-Im' unique Southern drnwl has captured the hearts of all. SCI1iO1' Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ' HAROLD W. KILGORE, A X A . . . ' . Jasper Ari: Exr-lmnge Editor, 1ln.mmcr-fl.uummx "Rm-er" lms persistently refused to bu dl:-xcourugoml. A lmppy gxcr- sonnllty. V , J. A. LANE. . . . . . .... . .Dndeville flrts Blmzlcfrlumg Svruh Football: Captain Connmny "Mg" Olll- Cm-S' Hluhg Euphlnn Llturary Sorvlutyg Excl-lslur Llturury Sobiuty. Alux ls curtuinly indomitable in spirit. A ronsistunt worker for Alulmmu und xt prominent student on thc umnpus. JACK LANGIIORNE, A K E . . . . Uniontown .flrls O A K Jxu-Jon:-1: Vff'l3-l'l'l'NlllllllL Jrmrnm, '2flg "A" Club, '21, '22, '23, '-eslllunl "A" Vlllll. 'L!3: Varsity lfonllrllll, '22, '23, '2'Ig 1.1-unto Uuptnln, '2fI: Key-Ice: Blur1lcl'x'Iau'sg Corolla Stuff, '23g Cl'1I1lS0ll-NVIIHIE, '2Il. .lar-lc has ulvun four yn-urs of I'nlthI'ul survive to Alztlmamnm on thu prrlcllron mul lms 1.:utl11-rod st llx-It of honors few can oquzml. NVU wlslx he had foul' yours more! . Tusmloosa KATRINA LINDGRIZN . - - - ' flrls , , ,I , . 1 1 fate has bestowed not only lun rv U' "f"' ' lntcrosllng. . Arab FRANCES LINN . - ' ' I' Educalmn I - , , . V 1 v- A so nvure Nvhfvll 'lfrmuc-us ls lll1l'lllJl!I'0ll nmonp, your friends you Nl L xuul truu l'0llll'iL1ll?- , . Cer treville Ivnv Loulsra LOGAN, A 1 A ' ' ' I flrls 131m-kfrmrs: Pl- A I ' futhonmhln, nm Ivcys , , - cent wt Wiscf un , . Ducp pools, nttlzuli,vls.'hL:T:3mu. wwsmmmy nmlws hm. uc, to bu vyvs. A Hwn-ot nm f ow ...U-C-" 1'mmm1bm'cd. "I 1lou't :my Ill - Senior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND 'SCIENCES MILTON J. Lukls . ............. Dothan Art: A4,n,o1sK Blat-ktrlurs: Phllomathlre: Fellowship French: Unlverslty Band, '23 '24: R. 0. T. C. Band, '23: Math Club, '23g Capstone, Summer '23: Corolla Board, '24, '25: Crimson- Vvhlte, '24-'25, Summer, '23: Erosophlo, '23: Junior Farulty. Pleaslng to meet ls thls hoy Lurle, and the longer you know hhn, the more do you appreciate his sterling qualltles. He has them ull. A stronlr, fnrceful, onorgvtlc and amiable personality that dls- cards everything foreign to aueoess. RU'l'soN HA1'cnE1'r LU'rz, II A . . . Montgomery Art: fl' B K Corolla Board. '22-'23, '24-'25: Ser-rotary League of Nvnmen Voters, '24-'25: Crimson-Whlte, '22-'23: Publlelty Manager ol' Erosophlv, '22-'23: University Red Cross Chairman, '22- '23: Freshman Representatlve Mllllon-Dollar Drlve: Blavk- frlnrs Road Trip, '23: La Ramhoullet, '23: First Vlce-Pres- ldent ol' Pam-l-lullenivs Council, '23-'24: Treasurer League ol' Vvomen Voters, '23-'24: Sorlal Committee Y. W. C. A., '23, '24: Keystone, '23: Co-ed Correspondent for Blrmlntrlmanx News and Molrllc Reglster, '22-'23: Honor Roll, '23-'24. Everybody knows Rutson! Bralns, talent, and exeeutlvo ahlllty mark her as sm unusual glrl. FRANK J. MAR'r1N, 2 N ...... . Gadsden Art: Arch Club: Llteresquo. A gentleman and a phllosopher. He has a. vast store ol' knowledge concealed beneath n modest demeanor. MINNH: MERLE MARTIN, K A . . .Birmingham Arla' Y. W. C. A.: Pi. HM-4 Il KGS' 01' FUNDING PPD and a smooth llne that wlll help her In Fwy tlsht Dlfllre- She has that old thlng we call personality down pat-she studies some, dances qulto a hit and loves "Doe" u. lot. Louisa MASON, II A , . . , , Humsvme Arts League ol' Wvomen Voter!-11 Y. WV. C. A.: Education Club. LOUIHG IH OUP iylllvfll SOUUIOPI1 girl-hlue eyes, golden hair, slnt-ere, and always eharming. CONDIE N. MA'l"l'HEWS ....... , Grove Hill Education Masonic Club: Fellow ln Physh-sg Education Club: Junior Faculty: Print-lpal Calvert Junior High School, '21-'24, A steady, const-lentleus, and hard-working man. 1-le ls going to make himself known in the eduratlonal wgrld, Senior C1355 COLLEGE or ARTS AND scumcgs jovcz Las Msnnmm, II A , , , ' Springfield fl rt: Y. WV. C. A. Cablnet, '21-'255 Pre id t Y , Undergraduate Representative, '22?'2g,?? Lmllhlz Qifo 251 Voters: Hall Chairman, '22-'23: Edunuuon Club. Cr' men white Staff. 'zsg Library Assistant, '22-'25: HypQmQ,,,ms0n' 'Bama wlll miss Joyce She has made her m ' ' nrl - Ing glrl, especially ln Y. W. VV1: ure stronger f0:ls,,,?:3i,,t::ut::,:J':L1n her. EDGAR C. Msnnlrr. . . . . . . . . . . Hope Hull Education - Masonic Cluhg Educatlon Cluh, Sxgrxigglcl reserved. Never much to say, but he's an fellow worth EMMA Mxcxua . . . . . . . , ,Roanoke A rt: Emmu's head ls as hrlght ln lts Interior as lt is on its exterior V1kmNlA CAROLYN MINTER, -'5 2 0 - - Blfmmgham flrts Longuc of yv0,,ml-I Voters: Y. W. U. A.: Howard College Sec- ,.0Qm.y OI- Swdnm Body, '21-lg Wnmzufs Pan-Hellenle Council: Sbkmsm. 1,-oonmlq Glune, Blrmlnghum-Southern-l-lowurd: Prm-lldent Booster Club! ViUc'Prcsid0m' Centrubuoward Club. An nddmm, U, our ,-,ummg-11 vhnrxnlm: one, nt tlmt. Good looks, tllty make her one or few so fnvored Irolse, amd lm lntelmsting pcl'SOlll by the Fates. EVELYN Emma MIXSON . - - - Fuscalnosf' Arts Y. W. U, A., Education Club. - m sanlon. ,. ,, , .. qylp, Evelyn should be n. ut 1 Im mom who N nut fllbmsl 1 - were more like her. The world wou ld he better lf there . Klrbyville, Texas Mxumun Mxxsow, X Q . . - '- - Art: Y. W. C. A. it whlc-h make her success self- -. I tl l solemn Y 1 9vlg:,l,TfuUj1Xlgu:ErT Iuxzfetlve, and with an nnvvullnli DUV"0nfUfi3. "L0t'S do this." enior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES ALICE Moouv, K A ............ Birmingham Art.: Pl. Swoetnu:-ms, prottlnfess, and n. unlquo pm'sonnl'lty r-omhlnc to nmku Alloc the klnd of A girl we all lovo. . SAM MURPHY, fl, K E ..... . Birmingham Arts "" ' ET l ' Gloo Club, '22, '23, '24: Arch Club, Exooutlvo Commlttuo, '24, Frul-slmnmn Football, '21, Attic. ' S:un's dump-wntor luuls, twmuxlng nuitnr, :md lovnhlo, ously dispo- sition hnvo mndc him at fzmllllnr figure nbnut the umnpus, unpu- ' Q ' vlully in the Glue Club screundus. There in at pllilosopllor, too, lmhlnd those whiskers. ' j PAUL GRAHAM McCL1N'rocK, II' 1' A . . Laurel, Miss. 'A .fl rl: 'I ET l . I Varsity lfootlmll, '22, '23, '24, Vnrslty Rnskotlmll, '23, '24, - . , '25, l4lf.l'l'i'HIlll01 Skull:-u: l3I1u'kl'rlm'sg Ex:-uutlvu Umnlnlttoo, . -, vgzg l-lunar Connnlttong Corolla. Stuff, '23, '24, "A," flluh, t '22, Pros-xldont "A" Club, '24, '25, Pro:-xldunt Jasons, '24-'25, " Attlo llottuntots. "Pinky" seems to hnvn taken some ztdvzmtmrc ol' all thnt college hm-1 to offer in hrondamlng lnfluonvcs. His srfholzmtlt: work has not - ,. been ni-glut-trgrl und rs big vnrlcty of other uctlvltlos have known his C0lIll7H.IllOl1SlllD nnd lundershlp. i L. S'rAN'roN MCCQLLUM, A X A . . . Bessemer Arts Sr-zthlmrwd and Blade: Blztclcfrlnrs. "Luny" has ft nplomlld taste for lltnrnturc. He ln rnserved. ynt syn'xpntlmtlcg null'-rellmxt, yrwt unsclflsh. Cupid needed nll his 1'0- sourzeofulnoss to conquer his Scotch tonaclty. H0 is almost indom- ltahlc. OFFA Smvlms MCCQLLUM, I' 2 . . . Marion Arts Unlverslty Rand, '231 Olllrroru' Cluh, '23: First Licutonnnt Company "B," '23, R. O. T. C. Rifle Team, '23, '24, I-le dousnvt profess to be :L gonlun, hut is ospuvlally undowod wlth muslvnl tnlent. You cannot help liking him, hut then, you do not want to hulp lt. Vmcxnm R. MCILWAIN, K A . . , Selma Art: fl' B K llonor Roll, '23, '24, Sevrntrtry Sonlor Class, '25g Corolla Board, '25: Y. W. C. A.: Pl. She has n hnrd time stretn-hlng her date cnrclz-1 to fill the lnw of supply und dornnnd, but shn's xt vomputfmt mmmgur. Bnsldcs "ll" for henux, Sho has "A" for grades, and is so oluslvo that we crm't nut her down in hlnclc and white. A A senior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES LEE STANFORD MCMILLAN, H K A . . Greenwood, Miss. Arts 0 A K Var:-llty Bam-lmll, '22, '23, '24, "A" Club, Jn:-wonsg Alnhnmn Qundrnnl.:leg Y. M. C. A. Cnlrlm-tp vlC0'1,l'19Sl4ll5llf. Junior - Ulm-:Hp Vlr-u-Prs-Hlmh-nl Omla-ron D4-lm Kummg Exon-utlvu V Uonnnlttm-3 Honor f,'0ll1llllllC'0: l'lotuemut Club. , ' '- 1-Hull" ls known tu 1-vuryuxlu, not only for lils uhlllty to tnss the bnsohnll over Lhu plate, but to nmkv und lcuulu friends xvhuruvur 5 he goes. iw, STIRLING SHARP McNAna, K A . . . Jackson-, Miss. ' A rf: ' Jud1'H. ' llc vunm to us ln summon' sf-huul, prol. n msn- ul' the 'R:mm spirit, l V . '- nr. . x 1-. A 1 1 . I und Umlclson lo-It :L xmnl m 1 lllq nlnn pusmnnllty lllilktnl lm ousy to I lcnuw and lmrxl tu furgut. "Aw, fnllor!" a McWHou'1'rfu, X S2 ..... . Gnylesville , ' f,-,yy A I-IAYNH . I -' . 'V A ' 'A - Edumfmn ' ' ' T. Y, XV, Cl, A.: 1.4-ngue nl' Xvumun Vols-rs. N, 1 'ffx -'L,,v,.1y, ndumblu, with IL c-nmlvutlmr nh- that all soon full for." E 1-luynlu ls onu nl' the nxvm-must :Lnsl nmst orlglnul girls on the ' 527' mmlpus. "NVQ-ll, may 1 he n baby!" ' 2 'igff z' gf' ' Filif f 1 mi.: 1 ' 1 iw. .,.-.,.,,.N l ',f.', Mnmzrn NASH Z T A - - ' ' Tunnel Springs , 1 ' 1 ' ' Art: ll . '21 '24' L...lgu,. 01' Xvoxnon Votvrs. '2:1. '24s Bly: Ss mr-I. -. 1 ' ' . , - - '23, lhrglxmntnl blr0llH0l- U Hur mughtm, ,mums to rim., V it , A . Us rlnv L, A dllhlw "'nm"n in whohohfyiwl' zwslstnxlme lf shn f-nn: lxcnme one . , , ., l - Mllllfvd IH always "hui to Alm ll number ol fllynrls lo IHIVG . ill lmvce sul. ul' tllv l'UllHUIlH wllb' HW' W buhlml. . , ,Montgomery WILLIAM C. Nm.soN, H IX A ' ' Am Flltor Urlmsrm- .. ,I .- A.. -inte A IN-llowshlp ln SlT!1niH!"hZ?2:i?f.15 :COLL T. Band. '22- :233 Whllv. '25D T'I'1"ML'Qf"lL: 322,135 Unlvur:-llty BIHN1. '22- 232 lc. 0- T- U- 1","" 1t"'u',.3,,,:4g Ellit0l'-ill-Clllvfh 19:5 um-Ulm. Sings: Julmm' Ilalglutlyll-xflx1H thu: high stumlm-ds set by pruvluus Arrluntly 4loHl'Ul-15 0 U' ' volumcrx 0 I' th le Curulln. A . Talladega SARAH OLIVER: K A ' ' Ang ,, 5 ml brilliant wlthnl. She just Till! 1'll9f"'l'lU"gly "'l"!"l"'A"t tmwilxt Kingdom now. , um cmnu 'lust yl-ur, hut IH way I SCIITOI' C1355 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Wn.uAM S. Otxvzn, A T Q . . . . . Panola Science Vnrslty Football, '21, '22, '23, '24, Varsity Baseball, '22, '23, '24, "A" Club, Knnvcs. . "Country" playa football, baseball, and was once ,even caught, to E hls great r-hngrln, ln a gxlmc ot' bridge. IIIH grcatest vlco ls that V V 1 , ,i '- , he has n chronlc case ot' "let's sit down." ' ETHEL OSBURN . . .... .Tuscaloosa ' Art: ' Asslstnnt in Home Economics, '25g! Education Club, '24. A certain enrnestnvss which we all admire. Such st quality pre- dicts success ln life for Ethel. " ALTON TAYLOR Owmcs .... . Carrollton Art: A stcmly, cons:-lentloun worker with the nhlllty to muke true friends ' -that's "Al," Popular everywhere, lt will bu exceedingly hard to find someone to take his place about the campus after he has gone. V , Gswmums OZBURN, A A A . . . . Birmingham Art: IIME,KAl'I,4vBK Junior Faculty, '23. '24. '25: Honor non, '22, '23, '2-1. "Gert" always solves her Problem and never fnlln to get the answer In the lmclc of her head. NIANCHESTER C. PAGET . . . . . .El Paso, Texas A rt: Jasons: "A" Club! Varsity '1'Y'M'k: Executlvc Committee, '22, V11I'Slty FDOUNIII, '21, '22, '23, This 'Fcxas boy ls n good and conscientious student und nn athlete of excellent quality. INEZ PATTON . . . , , ,Birmingham Art: Y. W. C. A.: Blnclcfrlars. Pep, friendliness, and charm score Inez among the most attractive co-eds at Alabama. AUs'rAvE PAUL PHILLIPS, JR-- - Scxenre Blxwlcl'l'latrS: Som-loty Edltor Cl'll1lS0ll'xVllU9. '23, '24. '25Z Staff Cawtoonlst Crimson-NVhlte: AF! Delllwlment Corolla. '22, '23I '2.l: T,-Ouymdours, '20, '21g Cotllllon Clubg White frlnrsg Prosldl-nt the "Goto" Club, '25: President Georlrlll --Cnwkm. Club." 124. '25: Chnlrmnn of Committee of the 1011-gg 431,135 gf Tw0m,y-nveg Prcslclcnt Advertising Club. "A pg' img, pl.,-lmpsl the bggt gtppreclutlon for nrt In tho Univer- lentlous work ut the Unlvernlty and has 'ou seen his fzlty 'Ho has done const' lgwe Come to him. llavo 5 onrnod the honors which 1 lnmlllosl-I lntturs? EDNA P1cRHARo . - Arls K A II yvU,m,n',, fgoumwn, '21-'22: Honor Committee, '22-'23g Vice- Pruslnlunt Y. NV. C. A.7 Hylllluu- may ho sure shc'l1 nt-ver full ln whatever Ednn's tho best yut. You sho undurtnlcos. Sho has BAYLESS W. PRICE . . . . . . . . Lexington Science K A IT, 111 B K P- ,lla t E llm Literary Society, '23-'24g Secretary of E:1Ki,:31'l1i::, '24?'lQgpl Alumni Secretory. Corolla Staff. '24-'25 ' -4 his friends hyrhls acquaintances, A smiling lud who number. tho right splrlt S6l1i01' C1355 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES J. A. PERDUE, JR., K A . . . . . Pine Bluff Ark Ari: , . Key-Ion. lc 1'-1 the flnc-St fellow among fellows. Persistent and untlrlng ln Jill' , , 4 dertalclngs. willing xtlwnrys to go to the llmlt fm th ' e many his un who number his friends. "won, listen hem-,, ROBERT KING PERKINS, II K 4, , . Ensley Arts g?r21l.m'r?t3ff' Omcewl' Club: MMM S-fffmd Battalion Another shlnlng light from ju. 0 nice boy. qt ff me Cilmllus. Really quite tt . . Birmingham Louisa PERRY, A Z. , , , , I Art: K A II, 'II B K Member Honor Committee, '23-'24 ln-ettv, sweet, rtttrnctlve and most any nice adjectlvg could be wed to tlulacrlbe this lovable senlor. . . .Atlanta, Ga. . Mobile TA Senior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CLYDE R. PRoPs'r, E A E .... . Ohatchee Arts 0 A K .Tmionsg lfnothnll, ,'22, '23, '24, Rnskutlmll, '22, '23, Bm-wlmll, '23, '24, Prosldunt Masonic Club, '24. NVo could write n hook about this loynl Hon nl' Alrtlmlnn.. Enough to say that L-verybolly knows lxlrn--m-llwolully xt certaln 'l'rl-Dc-Ita. MARGARET J. PRQWELL, K A . . .Tuscaloosa Arts Blm-kfrlursg Crimson-Whltn Stnl'I', '23, '24, '25. Mm'p:'urnt ls xt 1-urnhlnutlon ol' energy and :Lhlllty that is rnrc-ly found. WVU have Agnus Scott to thunk fm' this f!lll1I'lIlll'Il5 addition to our school. Shu mnkos "A's" ln ovcrythlng, ovun Geology 17. ANNIE REAVES . ,... . Selma Eduration When ono knows Annlo, ono discovers many nttroutlvo and frlentlly trnlts. WARREN S Rrlzsn, JR . Montgomery flrls Lnw Forum: Wlnnor Tenant Lomax and Junlor Class Modal for Orntoryg Altrernnto ol' Alnhumn llobutlng Teum, Alnhnnm vs. Goorglu, 19235 Corolla Business Starr, '24: Asst:-vtmxt Bus!- nuss Mumxgm' Corolla, '25, DeMoIfty Club, Tulane Debating Tonm at Tuluno. A good fellow and n hard worker. Sum to grasp old mlm oppor- tunlty with xt strnnglo hold.1 MARY WINIFRED Rmzvns . . . . . . . Oakland, Tenn. ' Arts ' Y. W. C. A. 1-lnr smile ls llko wm-m sunshine on qulut waters-shining ovur- vast and unfnthumc-d depths, lJ4:llL'5ll.l.h its gentle ripples. Hur swc-ret volvo and stozuly oyus hour out the SlLIl"lQ truth. CREEL RICHARDSON . . . . . Ozark Arts ' Although ol' a rntllor sorlous turn ol' mind, Cruel has rt great Influ- ence among those with whom he Comes ln contact. He is u.n all- ruund man, und one ol' our best. Senior Class COLLEGE OF .ARTS AND SCIENCES LILIAN Ross, A A A . . . . , Tuscaloosa .flrfs Blm-kfrlnrs Rolul Trlp, Sprlnp.: '22: Co-Eel "V'f1lu1 . B - hull Tcnm, '20-'21g Mlmngvr Girls' Blmlqmllgiu '1'ml,:Q' viqlgzkifh Showt-rod wlth tulunts nn wull us lumuty, sho has n fflmrmlng vIv:u-- ity. "AH cute us xx mulu wlth n 1,-:muy tall," ' Ons C. RomNsoN . . . . . . , Sylacaugn Eduralion Edu:-ntlon Uluhg Masonic Club. Tllllllgll hu hun only In-on with us uno your, wo lmvo lourm-d lu llku hlm. H' villa-hznt work ls any means of judglm: tho futuro thu llcld uf IPKiU"llU0H lf-I lrolng to lnwo one of tho bust wo 1-un olTur.' MARY VVx'A'r'1' Rusn'roN, K A . . . . Montgomery Art: Blm-lcl:l'lnl's, '23-'2-l, '24-'253 Cm-0115 Bom-dl -23,-24. I-.I'llll'll-I und lmnuty. dulrblns ln lnw and polltlus us n slmlo Issue.. n wonalorful vonlhlnntlon ol' modm-rnlty and old-time prlnclplos. Sho has hull many und vurlod U0lllDH1'llf.l0l'lS ln affairs do augur, THOMAS D. Russrzu., X 'If . . - - ' Alexander CW' ' .flrfx Arch Club. .. .. 1" - e Inq. llo hns "Tiny" is lllm his rod Linh. Ho w-lll ksop on no I tho unusunl l'0lllIllllll.li0ll ol' IL llfllflllynffisgffsmoll and " 'Wold mu of common sense. "lInvo yOU MIA l H' 5 ' GRACF SMF , , . . . Lcwisburg Srinncc K A II Flmquon muh, Y ur C, A,g League of XVomon Vntorsg or -. I . - - Capstone Lltnrnry Sovlviy- Ono mnnm how mlnmqng and llklng Grmgo. Sho is always the 1-mmo Him-erm mul Jfllly U0"'lm"'0n' VHMA Snr . 1 , , . Lewishurg 4Scienre ' K A II Flin' uhm muh, Y W, C, A,g League of Women Votorsg 4 'I ' I ' n Sm-r0l:ll'V ol' f7lll1N'-"ml Society' 24' A U I H' fm.m.m. yvifh 11 motto something Illm "n llttlo nnn- n vaers y - ' ' , ," 1 lg - w-ww now mul thvn is rt-llshnd by the host of PTH 1 lil: 'NYM un ' ' ' ' . l - nnon sunno--n. gnncrn Jurmau o n ornm- vommon thing.: wllllbli Um tion. , Senior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES FEs'rUs M. SHAMBLIN . .... . Coker Art: K KI' Many come and many go, but some are imprinted on our memories with lndollhle ink. JAMES Roscoe SHAMBLIN .... . Coker Arts K XI' It ls too soon to predict his future, hut we can see only the hrlght- cst results. P1-:ELAN SHEPHERD, fl' E K . . . . Berry Arts 4 Tennis Team. They tell us "Slster" has everyone beat a mile on the rare ol? n Ford. We believe that-and also we believe that he has everyone heat a mile with the ladies. GUY M. Smrrn . .... . . . Ralph Science Another one of those klnd nt' fellows who fools you when you look at his record on the Dean's hooks. MERLE EVERETT Smrru . . . . . . Birmingham Arts Erosophlc, '2lg Corolla, '2-1g Ppe-MQd Club, '21, He does more things on the campus than any other student yet has time to marry along the hardest course in college. He also carries quite n. hit of' prestige over at the Ranch, Ho will some day he Il great physician. ELEANOR SMITH . . . . , Gastonia Art: She ls fairly overflowing with those qualltles which malqg gf Ong un outstancllng person. Senior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES . MARTIN SMITH, JR. ........... Birmingham J Ari: fl' B K Blrwlcfrlurs, '23, '24, '25, Manager of Company, '24, '25, Road Trips, '24, '25, Honor Roll, '23, '24, Glee Club, '24, '25, Fellowship ln English, '24, Assistant ln Chemical Lab., '22, Crimson-Vvhlto Staff, '23, '24, Fenture Staff. '25, Author of Blur-kfrlnr Play, "An Adventure ln Llterachoorf' '23, Au- thor of Glen Cluh Sklts, "Tut! Tut! Tut!", '24, "One Knauuhty Knight," '25, Represented In Authology, "Some University of Alnlmmn. Poets", Jununs. A lmgt, playwright and scholar ot' no mean nblllty and one who ls domqm-fl 10 become at great llternry llght. The type of man who will reflect grunt honor on his Alma Mater. AN1'olNE1'1's SPARKS, A 1' A . . . . . . Birmingham Arts X A fb Honor Committee, Pan-Hullenlv, Rummer-Jamn1er, Y. WV. C. A.: Lengue ol' Women Voters. E I-T,-my," gr loynl friend, keen wlttecl, and known for hor lnexhnust- lhle wlt. E, VERNON S'rAnLnR, II K A. . . . . . . .Greenville .flrts Jasons, Bnsketlmll, '21, '22, '23, '24, Y. M. C. A. Cnhlnet, '23' '24, "A" Club, President Junior Class. '23, Quadrangle, Pre-Med Club, Captnln Arljutnnt, Second Battalion, Oth- .lm-S' Club, Chief Dlsclpllnarlstn. A 1,,wkeUm,11 prlnre who rules his court! Vernon is also good ln nf-ndoms und is n horn lender of men. Just you walt 'tll he gets that "ole" M.D.! . Wetumpka jj CLAHAE STORRS, X 9 - ' ' Art: Y. W. c. A.: "A" Club' , dn ire. A vnrtnln earnostness whll--h W9 an R I . Felix - J- FREEMAN Su'1'1'LE, 4' P3 K' ' . A rl: i , , . 1 , '25, Captain CO- HA- P"'Q1"":,",fofv. mkes n. keen interest ln the game of ng e . . A live wlre und ll ,U , . llfc. ' ,Qlnfi .,,V g . . Isney if' 1 Gnome 0. SWANN . ' 1 Science - s the world moving. A . tl Ht keep G"0"5" is the kind of ffflxfnvdent. and a fine fellow. ,L stnunvh l'r-lend. fl fmlgem , Masonic Club. 4 .yi NA., V1-1, Senior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES LINDA TABB, Z T A. . . . .Gallion Art: ' KI' B K I-Ionur Roll, Blat-kl'rlax-sg llall Chairman. VVlIo could want better attributes than these-beauty, grave, and charm, not to mentlun an A.B. at seventeen? Such ls Linda. LACEI' STIIPIIENS TERRY . . . . . Tuscaloosa Arts Commerce Club. A L-andldate I'oI' Honor Roll, 1'aI'-I'eaelIIm: ln his effortl-I to delve into the mysteries el' llfe. WILLIAM JEFFERSON TERRY . . . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa Science Masonlc Club: Euphlanap Education Club. Admired most hy those who know hlIn best, and known by many. CIIARLES 'I'lIlGPl'1N, JR., E X . . . . Montgomery Arts Krmvvs: Pro-Med Club: Pun-I-lellenlo Council. If you hear of an automobile accident, you can wager that Charllo was ln lt. A most likable boy, and very popular. DAN Hfuuus 'THOMAS. . . . . . .Wetumpka flrls K A II, A 'Il E, III B K Honor Roll. '23: EXCl'lSl0I'. '24: Treasurer Kappa Delta Pl: Education Clubp Phllomathlc, '25. Tho Wetumpka Hheik has come to the University, observed and learned how the host University ol' the South ls run, and is deter- mlned to establish one of his own. FRANCES THOMAS . . . . . . .Tllscaloosa A rts A girl who, throug'lI I'0l.ll' years of college life, has dgllghfgd profs, helped alonrr Ul1f0l".LlIIll.fl2i4, stood by her myrlads of friends, and has left a good record behind her. Senior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES Dom Lm: Tnom-son . .... . Brent Arts II M E Y. W. C. A.: Educ-ntlon Club, '23, Lennun nl' Xvomon Voters, '23g Om-rn Club, '23g B. S. U. Connvll, '23, Souretnry B. S. U. Council, '24, In-lc-goto to Tlluo Rldgv, '2-lg Dulegnte to IHCUFHZLUOIIRI Student G0llfK'I'0I'l0l', '24: Voluntuor Ruud, '23g Stnte Dvputntlon Uhnlrnnm of Student. Volunteer Work, '241 BM.: Sister, '24g Studont Suc1'ctm'y of Monnlsh Memo- ' rlnl, '24. Dorn Lee possesses nn nh' ol' Sweat ruflnoxnent which mnkos us ull admlro and roHDUC't 3101'- NIAUD TONSMEIRE, A A A .... . New York, N. Y. flris Y. W. c. A. '+Army ofllrers' wlvvs lmvv rm good time, Mnudlo, but for you wo son n r0H,,,,,0vnroc1 r-ottmxu wlth prim-c-urtulnvd windows, old frlondly clocks, an 4-lm nt tho gate that uLu'0ss1-s n Star." HUMPHREY C. TRAYLOR . . . . . . . . . . Wedowee IIN: Edu,-ation Club, '23, Exvnlslor, '22, '23, '24, '2l'i: S01'r0tm'y ot' Exwlgior, '23g President of Exec-lslor, '2-lg Member of Foronslc Counc-il. An unusual f-onxhlnntlon of poetic tnlent and very pructlc-nl c-ommon sonso ls found In this man. He has modestly won for himself 11 host of frluuds on the campus. . Wedowee VERNON L. TRAYLOR . - - ' A Pau,-ntlon Cluhp '1'rcrLsurer Exf'0l- . fl! Exr-olsloy-:lpflllgcsrs-lfllgliu: ,gnu wvhmm. Checkm, Toulqmmfmtl I slor' Cora fl oarc, " " ..M '- - . ,' y . l - C lmny ' 24, lllxst Lltutumngs sxjrlwr und H splondm uuwound fgllgw, Vx-rnon ls XL COIISUIUUUU . Mobile VVILLXAM H. TRUEMAN - ' ' Art: 115 A A I ., -' , ll Board, '24, ,nw wlmwslnp in Pullman'nigli-ggtflletgoro E' Forum: Sonnfrvlll1aLltu I Dr Howeqg '-aide-de-camp." Rfmdy , "Rlll"'is :Ln "A" studllflt 112' is Always around when anything ls or wit, nnd run of fun, 1 l l , . , l - rff,.,-'Lrg .11 , Boing 011- K '- . , 4?11w:.vm.1izP'fX,,',' 5 .4 Lf in- - Zn - X . Fla. ' ,. l J01: I, TURBERVILLE . - - ' Century' Arts ' Y , 5 lp X - , sunhlmrd :md Blade: Otllcers' Club: E7:ar:f3::.mS Emmys This dnshhu: YOUIIS nmn lwcozes among us, sp ,.,, mul good vommon sense. , . l-- 4 A lo ., o ff," Senior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Ausrm L. VENABLE ............ Wetumpka Science A ll' E Phllomathlc: Treasurer Phllomathlo: Phllomathlc Debatlng Team: Excelsior, '23: Secretary Excelsior, '23: Corolla Staff, '24: Assistant Business Manager Corolla, '25: Polltlral Science Club, '24: Education Club: Delegate to Blue Ridge, '24: Representative on Regional Council from Alabama. The "Governor" ls chiefly noted for his campaign visits to Monte- vallo, although he ls no mean factor in the forensic llfe of the Unlverslty. He should develop into a most effectlve polltlrlan, especially ln these days of equal suffrage. Mluzs VEN'rREss ......... . . Clayton Art: ,0AK,TKA,fI2AA Scabbard and Blade: Jasons: Phllomathic, '23, '24, '25: Ex- celsior Llterary Society, '23, '24, '2G: Crlmson-White, '23-'26: Corolla Board, '23: Editor-ln-Chief Corolla, '24: Edltor-ln- Chief Crimson-Whlte Summer of '23: Alabama vs, Missis- slppl Debatlng Team, '22: Alabama vs. Louisiana State Unl- verslty Debating Team. '23, '24: Alabama vs. Mlsslsslppl De- bating Team, '24: 'Exeelslor-Law Forum Debate, '23: Law Forum: Blackfrlars: Attic: President Erosophlc Lltorary Society: Foronslc Council, '22, '23, '24: President of Forensic Council, '24: Officers' Club. Mlles has a multltudc of talents. As a debater, successful polltl- clan, Blackfrlar star and student, he has made a remarkable reuord at the Unlverslty. Hls great Corolla wlll always identify hlm. VERGIE Vmss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bessemer Ari: A An all-round flns girl. One who makes a sympathetic, klnd, and optlmlstlc friend. Rufus A. WALKER, 41 I' A .... . Luverne Art: LUGPGSCIUHZ Arch Club. Rufus has been admired by all for long. A military genius and a student of L1l'1lIIlEl- CONRAD WALL . . . . . Forest Home Ari: 'I' B K Honor Roll, '23: Assistant ln Library, '24: Blology Fellow- shlp, '25: Statlstlelan of Senlor Class. Conrad ls a student who will some day be a real scholar. He is a gentleman and a conversatlonallst of rare charm-when one can Coax hlm to talk. EARL RUSSELL WEAVER, K A. . .Birmingham Ari: 'D B K Arch Club: Junlor Faculty: Fellowship ln French: Honor Roll. '22, '23. A striking example of tho all-round man--mental, moral. Dhyslcal. We have yet to see or hear of Earl as behaving as "lll becomes a man," and we llke hlm the more for lt. f - ..':LW .. , ' - i Kfvrna Wn,1.mMs . S finmr Semor Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Glmvlzs H. Wxmvmz, jk. .... . Birminxzh'un .flrlx ' l'I M E fh'nve-S IH ll NHKDIW-I-Z0-lum-ky r-mnhlnullon nt' hrnln 'und hnmn - A who lmrhur:-a none- or U... 1,1-,11,,,,,-V I-,.,.Hng.4 of qliqpunnnml 'tn 1 nlmtl ' ' - ' , ' -pg -,. Q Jfmlzs II, Wlfnn, K A . . . - Tuscaloosa flris "Jlm1nh-" hm-x xrrovn-n hlmwll' worthv of nn ' . ylhln' h .- . llm- hns In-1-unnu il IIIILSIUI' in history mul ,.,.u,,0mlt1,4 fin::nfI""'FuS' v'h-lu-1-41 nuthurity Ull lwnutlful vo-1-d:4. 'I K 'ul Lxlw' ANNIE MAUD VVILKINSON, K A . . gehm flrls Blue-kI'l'im':-xg Y. XV. C. A, A rum- llliXlllI'0 of wlt, Illilllllllllrll, and Inth-pt-Hl10,,,.l,Y.umthM, l i vm-rsnl puzzlv. XVe'x'4- offs-n :mln-d hm' huw Shi- dm., it but lh:::.:l om: thlng she's nlx on. ' il n. l i . . Milltown 5 ,i , A ' -1 yyhut ,mn-,, ,.f,u1,1 Um. Wirth for than hm-:nity und nhillty? Knliu ' V, ,lms hun' Hlmrt- ul' huth. - ' ,yr ,.,,, 4-xl .1 I Al. KA'l'!lI.lEIEN WILLIS, A I' A - - - 'Blfmmglmm ff flrls 'G' ,,3M: , ,, , :wsu K A U, ll' ll lx V , I, ,,-PWM L '25: I.r-nguv nl' Women Vutf-rs, 'mitigate-slflswxlt, '25: Y. -NV. C. 'A. Cnhhnzt. ,r 5 qN,l.t,tm,V -24. T,.:,n,,u,-L.,-I '24-'2Bg Key:-ltono, 255 I'4l:u-k- 'T 5 3 H . u , ,, , ' .1 1 ' ', - i'rinr:4g Pig Junior lf':u'Uli5'. 24, 35' If' 'X I ,..,,.ll' to us ull with her 1-hxwnulng annum-r ,J -' . . l I I -I' ' F V Knlhluon hu.:-1 4-mh-urod lv -I mlm: Hum in all hu vhwqeq' W tl N und Wx0llKll!l'flll ability. A H1 km-n inte-lln-1-t nnll wholvrlonue wit. Dmzowm EI,IZAUE'l'll WINTERS. U A ' .flrrx Q III H K Crlmsmm-Whlto Stuff: Hl'Cl'0U1l'3' T'fU1'H"lll"""5 POM 1""'Sh' mnn Imw Clues. ' - , I U R i I .1 -1 gm" ur I'Amour, dm-llc-lous. XVIth -, Pmhy 0' law' "ug,'IQl'12I'g,Q,Tf'1f2L1y, she :lenls out the luw to tht- l xt mind us ngllo ll onlruuting men. g , . Birmingham ' 4 K., . Senior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES VELMA WRIGHT, H A . . . . X. Wedowee Scinnnf Longun of Wvonwn Vote-rs: Y. W. C. A.: Education Club. Attrnvtlvo, umlnhle, und lovoly. vL'lIll8. shows :L uortnln llklng for uns-mln-ospuvlully "lrou." I'Il5NRY A. YOUNG, JR., E A E . . Anniston flrlx 0 A K Scevrotm'y-Trcm-muror Studont Body: Football Squad Four Ynxuw-45 Y. M. 17. A. Csthlnot, '24: Cornlln. Stuff, '24: Crim- son-Whlto, '24: Qunclwtnglo: Fellowship ln Fronvh, '24g Executivo Commlttoo, '22. As big Of hcnrt and mind nn of body. I-Io has Npeclnllzod ln foot- lmll, mud ls known to ovoryunc on tho cmnpus. CQENE MORRIS ZIEIIJMAN . . . . . Birmingham A rl: CI'llYlS0ll-Nvllltll, '21-'24: Assovlnto Edltor Summer ol' '24: Alxthnmn Intoruolloglnto llolmtlmr 'Foam vs. L. S. U.. '22g vs. Guorglu. '23: ve-1. Moruur, '23g Erosophlog Euphlunsg Pnlltlt-nl Sclenvo Clubg Capstone: Law Forum. If dl-hitting powers make tho Iuwyor, Ch-no will lm Ono nl' tho most sur,-v0ssI'ul in the profosslml. 'Q SCHOOL OF COMMERCE ' '-JV' ELmiR'1' TROY ALLEN . . . . . . . . Oxford Commrrrc Crime-ion-Whltn Starr, '23-'2lig Unrollu. Staff: Conunorro Club. '23-'25g Olllcor:-1' Ulubg tlnptnln lt. 0. T. 1.7.5 Regimental - . Adjutant. i AH though to hello his mllltztry rllgnlty, Troy has lrlosnonwd forth ns-1 n "L-uttln' up" UIIUPI' lt'1l.ill'l' Ol' tho tjrlnmon Rootcwrl. I . . n EDWARD KNOX AUSTIN . . . . . . Talladega l Commurre E Il . Pllll0Illlltlllf': Corolla Staff, '24g Vlro-President Junior Clos!-ug Follow in l1'rc-nc-hp Junlor Fnoultyg Clommerr-o Club. This husinons nmn who toawlmu Fronoh will Home Llny he IL Com- merc-lnl rnagnnte, us hls Sigma. Em kny lmllvntos. - i ' - CHARLES EDWARD BINION, II K A . . . Birmingham ,h Commerce A K XII . Glue Club, '22-'25g Varsity Qunrtottc, '22-'25g Cust gf Glmrzustorri. "Aim-1, tho Gus" und "Tut, Tut, 'l'utg" Corolla Buztrnl, '23-'illig Slugsmsslstunt Buslnvss Mnnngor Crimson- VVhltO, 'img Advortlulng Club, 'Zig Bllwlcl'rlul':-1, '25. Possussod of looks, porzmnality and it goldon tenor, this mrm Blnlon ls wull on hls wuy. Busldesi, his frank lnti-grlty :md onsy mmmi-r , prognostlcuto eminent success l'or hlm. ', Senior Class SCHOOL OF COMMERCE J. P. BURCHFIELD, JR., II K fb. . Tuscaloosa ' 1 Commerce XVQ wish to vongrntulutn tho maker 1' J, Pg . up, und J. P. demonstrates that it lsnf his fuufnems' They ham GEORGE Romarvr BYRUM, A X A . . Ensley Commcrrc The neatest and cleanest-looking man we lmw- 1 1 , Umfl- "Bob" is our mall Of Ulf? lyhlcal sul1stx1x:LlalS0lill2lzc2 nTl1f2:',43 is no doubt, but that his sum-css wlll lm flosoxvcd, Mwlucn M. CAHEEN, Z B T . . . . Birmingham C01ll1Ill'l'l'L' Erosophlv, '22g Lltorosquv, '23: Glvu Club, '23-'25 prog- ldcnt, '25g Rn,nln1or-Jxunrncr Stuff, '25g C01-gllu Bmlj-tl -Q4 '25i P5111-1'10llf"llff, '25: Mllllnn-Dollar Drlvo C0Il1ll1ltti'0I '2'g: Comnuerue Club, '22-'243 I3luclcfrlm'H. '25l Aclvfvrtlslxlgqflllllf ' i'llml who knows hnw to uonxlnlno przu-Hoo with theorv An ind x cl. 1113 hmppv uomhlnmlun ni' pursmmllty. :-wlmolnrslnlp and 0hm.m.Lm, makes hlm n nmn with whom tho world must reckon. , , . .Alexander City Cr.1N'roN JACKSON Comw, X fi' Com1nerrc A K 'I' ,i , , t St 1 L Body, '25g Vivo-Proflldent of Class, gmc Z'0C:L?t?10m,,:Tt?g0g Executive Committee, 24: Blnvk- 4 1-,.1.Q,.H. vorolm Dowd' IZ4: crimson-White Stuff. '24g LIL- 1,l.lfsqu'l,.'K-3nm,m.,.L.c gglubg Million-Dollar Drlvo Cmnmlttolcl Arvh Club: Pun-llcllenln Counril- I i KJ In P I E Une l E I tl th rwggl, pun ' func ,o oy is 11 ' unlmvofslty lHn'tU01LSy, but the wily 110 7161115 V "N1undullo1l. V N "Jim" shows hls ability- H. BLAIN Coomsk, 1' 2 . - - - - ' Jasper Commrrcc . . v -' - it Cross-Uounwy. '23"24: Connxlorcu k"23?2Fi?'ol-aX::'r1l?nz1'nry Sovlefv- '235 PhU0"mH""' 257 ' lllzmonlu 'tilnlmllgcvrotaiy ClJ!TIlTl0l'4?G Clnssil Pl'l'Sid0Ylf Unl- vorslty Endeavor: Crlvlnlrl Gross-Country, ..4. U . thing, Whlfthtll' lt he nl lmpor- A A 'mm that 'H always busy M some f n ments at on . I H, 2 n nuvm. give ygu but H. HW l 0 8 tmnu or not 0 H1 Juqt lots Ol, friends. Sitting-mul you. 110 has ' . New Mark t GORDON CUNNINGHAM . - - - - e Cofnlnnrcz' ...gn Club: Vnrslty Baseball, '22-'24- "Cub" iw n lmrrl-worker, Whosc Wmnmg wuya have Won for mm many friends hcru. l , , frlends. W1LLmM C. FINLAY ..... . . .Troy Commerce A K 'I' Junior Faculty. Another of the ever-strong renresmxtntlon from Troy, and rm glorloun Hatelllte ol' Deen Blclcly. Wllllcfs nttltude, always Frleudly, xtlwuys reserved, will make one errlm: prluk up his cars and stop before he ls aware ol' lt. GUY S. FINLEY, A T A ...... . Haleyville Commcru' Mxtnager Vnrslty Bnselmll, '25g Class Football, '21: Olllcrersl' Club: Commerce Cluhg "A" Clulrg Seztbhurd und Blade. We all llke Guy. l-lo is one that in u. true friend. As at lmselmll mmmger, he even rlvelud Huge Stlnnes or Henry Ford. Just give this Ilnunelal wlztwd U. little time and the sky will be hls llmit. JOHN Lnomum Fmzmz. . . . . . . . Greenville Commerre President Erosophiu, '22g Forensic Counullg Commerce Cluhg Masonle Club, '23g President Phllomuthiog Corolla Staff: Ed- ucation Club. John has gone through many trials ln hl:-1 mllepge c':u'e4-r, and hnraly pulled through one noeldent--nevertheless, he hes remnlned the some sturdy gentleman throughout. enior Class SCHOOL or COMMERCE Hmmm A. DAv1s ......... . . . Eufaula Commerce "A" Cluhg Varslty Baseball, '22, '23, "Shorty" used to he ft good plneh hitter ln his baseball dnyq he can stlll he counted upon ln xt tight place. EDGAR L. ENocHs, E X . . . . . . . Fernwood Com m era- A K KI' llottentot Cluhg Vlee-President Senior Commerce Cln-sq The course nt' true love never runs smooth. We wonder li llerk will make this course in Dill'- DAvmFmNs'l'la1N . . . . . . . Columbus, Mass Com marce 2 H Fellowship In Economics: Commerce Club. "have" ls not too busy clragglng down "A's" to make at host of If-nl '41 'F 5 . x Senior Class scnoor. or COMMERCE JAMES W. GACHE1' . ..... , Cp., Commcrfc Conmmorue Cluh, '22-'25. A dreamer whom wo prophesy wlll some dny make nlthvr a grgm, lnvcntor or an docllc husband. l jmwns B. GAMBILL. K E ----- .Sheffield ' Commcrre ' ' Arvh Club, Sem.-rotary-'1'renSurcr '23, '2-l. 'Q "Jimmy" is one of tho most popular men at the Cnpstnno nnd his ' g many lrlcnds lmtc to sm: hlm leuvc. Yet our loss is nnothcr's 'gnln. V Q. vnmow F. GAY . ..... . Ashland ' N Commerce ' l , Y 1-1-muamn Y. M. C. A., 'zsg Crimson-Xvhltn starr, '25, Quad- " ' I rsmglog C0lHlTll'I'4'l! Uluhg Advcrtlslm.: Cluhg Aclvnrtl:-ling: Mrln- ' ' ' . -l Flll r ' ' I t 'A ' -bf - ' ng-or Kmnpus lxufu, Buslnf-ss Mmnuxox nncl Aewor me ,f 0 "Hut BlhIo," '25: Buslnnns Mnnngor Studnnt Dlrvctnry: Ero- 1 '29 Forensic- Couna-ll '23p Steward Unlvorslty Dlnlng snph rs, . 2 1 A f . L Hull, '23-'25g Treasurer Sophomore Conlmorrve Class, '24, V rhon hnq made ru-x cllh-Icnt and cupuhlc n Y. M. C. A. President 1 C ' us tho 'University has hud. V4 4 ,. . MM . , . y . . , -. fu, J If Z-',.',",' 'F no . TUE tj, S -l 5- '-f ,qw f Lnn Gmvna . - - ' ' ' . Tuscaloosa C0lIl1IlL'fU' E 1.1, qu B K 11 ll '21g .Iunlnr Faculty: , . Y 0 Euphlunsg U0l1ll'lN'l'l'0 Lfluh, llonor t . . f ., I lmllow in ACIOUIIUIIL.. ' r i rt H I R 'Lu H A num whose fzuru ls nuvur turned to 1lg,ht ox lc - 0 q studcent. - , , . Birmingham 7, CI-IIESTER GoLos'r1nN, K N - f ' ' -1 Commerce 1 3 C I Whitt Qtnrf WZ- Pm:-l-lullenlc, '241 Commerce Lluh. .:l'IllH0ll- m . . --f 5 h know mm. 1.10 13 . "Chmh ,mmm little polzrlnmtgllrflgn ntl?c1tgoillcXxl,ulJe fc-llow. NVQ wlsh 4 H, gqml much-nt. VUWM 0 A .. ' lf- 1 d' have u good time." ' - W ,. there worc moru llku hlm- Evuym 3 ' j - . Q ,' 'S l . .-5,J1L:,f,,Q,ffr" I , 2 . , v , A . . Florence . h , Wn,LmM B. GuLLH'l'l'E, L N ' ' ' ' . C' nnzzfce , QQ. 10I il t X ,231 -24: 13, S, U. Counfr . V 1 .5 "Bm" ls mm of 111-0 ' , wllcl about' his slnglng. -.11 k ,abil -. .... ,,..I nnxarfxfxnzmus-nas--eemllk I Senior Class SCHOOL OF COMMERCE I LARUE HAIOLIIR, K A .......... . Hayneville Commerfe A K AP Key-Im-eg Knppn Alplm Footlmll Team: Iuterfruternlty Bus- ketlmll. A llkealule, 1-Ongunlnl follow who has nmstered the art ot' frlend- shlp. llo ls not plnln but hns xt touch OI' pI'nctlcstllty that is sure to brlng success ln ltny huslness undertnklng. LEWIS BERNARD HAYOOOD, II K A . . Greenville C01ll1lH'fl7L' O A K Jnsnns: .Iunlor Mnnngvr Bnsketlmll, '24g M!Ll1llL!tYI', '25g As- ' slsmnt Business Mnnztgor Crimson-White, '24g Mnnnprer, '25: Attlug Phllonmtlxlcp Conxmerue Gluh, Y Czthlnnt, '24g MH- : snnlc tlluhg Sinus. l . As Lovelorn Eflltol' llt Blue ltldge lust HUIIIIIIUT, "Shlnny" :wqulrcd ' - muvh useful exp:-I'lom-4-, which lm is flndlng useful among the Unp- ' stone lmeuulles thls your. The essence Ol' good fellowshlp. , I THEODORE L. HODsON ......... .... A thens , , Com Ill crce K COnInIerve Glulmg AHHlHlll.lN. Llln'xu'ln.n3 Corolln Stn,fI'g Asslst- nnt Buslns-ss Mzlnnpger Crlmson-Whlteg Ofllucrs' Clulrg Ex- eulslor, '2l, '22g Qundrzmgle. Hy hls Ixentlemnnly Conduct as Llbrm'y Asslstrmt nnrl sts n student, N . "Ted" lms won the respect ol' hls fellow students. And ln Onrtnln of those dwellers ln the colony west of the avenue he has lnsplred something more than respect. I 61,1 - ml, I JOSEPH RALPH HOWARD ..... . . Cullman Commerce I',!mnmvI'1:O Clubp Offlr,-cel's' Club: Ugpgglin Company HL," An unnssunmlng lk-llnw, hut one whn holds the highest Statllrlitrfls of sulmlnre-Illlp und :Ittnlnxncmt ns un ldeul. Freshmen rerronunend hlm :Ls It "W!LI'Ill weluonIer" to the Cnpstone. WILLIAM Crccn, JOHNSON .... . . Coffeeville Commerce . Uonlmewfe Club. A mlm Wllll this Hllvml-Ce name ls not unknown HYIIOTILQ' his fellows. llc ls qulot ln c-OIIVI-I'su.tlon, hut what he does speaks so loud that you cannot hear what he says. GEORGE D. KING, 2 X ..... . Gadsden Commerce A K Alf, 2 II, fn II K HOUOI' Roll, '23, '24Q JUl'llOl' Fllwfulty, '24, '25g Fellqw in fl0XT'HIl0l'l'lfLl Math, '24, 'ZEL 'Freasurm' Junior C0f'lU'l1G!l'!'G Class: Prosldont Senior Class: Commerce Clubg Uorolln Board. There nm no more honors ln slght for George, no he must ho 1-On tent to rest on hls well-euI'IIecl luurels. Our idea of tt typlmtl Alu.- bamu. man. x Senior Class SCHOOL Or COMMERCE CIIIZSTER H. KNIGIIT . . . . . . . . . Sylacauga Commerce AK'I1,EH,1I1BK Masonic Club: llonor Roll, '23, '24, Awarded Jefferson Modal, Junior Faculty, '24, Fellowship, '24, "Chet" brought a glorious rorord oi' bravery wlth llllll from l4'rnnrP, and has since attained analogous honors at Alftblllllll. Sue-I-ess ln its broad moaning was meant for men like llllll. WILMER EARLE LACEY, 1' E ....... . Bessemer Commerte CoIIInIvI'oe Clubg Library ARSlHil'l.l'lf. ll is the 1115111 who handles your troubles ln the Comlnorrre read- lng room. llld he uve-r tell you about tho young lady at Blrmlng- ham-Southern? After all, he ls ll good student and ll l'l'lt!lld Indeed. W. M. MASSEY ......... .... R ogersvillt Commfrre - 2 H Commerce Cluh: Vlc-e-Presidmxt Exvelslm-, '24g President, '25g Vive-PI'esldoIIt Otllcors' Club, First LIOLIIOIIILIIC Com- pany "C," '2-lg Lleutelxant-Colonel, '25g Corolla Staff: Crlm- son-White StxIl'l': Fellow in Eoonomlcsg Junior Fam.-ultyg Rifle Team. '24, '25- "Blll" has certainly made an enviable record whllo hcre. As n sol- dier lt seemed a Calling, as a student l'X11lllll'l0 his grades, as :L friend--well, you know you lmvn missed S0l'l1l'tlllll1.Z' if you have not made his acquaintance. Vve hate to lose hlm, but our loss ls the business woI'ld's gain. . Sheffield FELIX MENDEL, E A M . - - - - CDVIIIIIETCF U b Om rs, I . 1 2 , 'U I U0 CTI'lInson-WVlIlte, '23i .2255' Commcrce Club: lmn-Hellenic: 1:0 Deflnrs right-hmm man Since we Yvere The "DB11"'lxh?Sb1bee:ln:c:fe and most acrroInmodmlI1g.l Th!fil:UiE7C1f:S f-.h I , ma e. 2 - , , "Er-:Ice 4. lhsslsmzgrez to nvlxieve has already be!-lm mouse, Miss Mlll'Phfl-" . Montgomery TRAMMBLL HILL MILLER - - ' ' ' Commerte Cl I I 55 Commerce IUP- . Corolln. Staff. 2 t dem, a warm fl'l8lld. . l us s u "Winks" is a stucllour-I and ronsnlfmfo and a boon colrlllllnlun- A ' . Skipperville ATA. .. erce Cammsure to be his ln me fuzure. llomzk LAMAR MIXSONI lil A hard-working boy' Success Senior Class SCHOOL or COMMERCE ALVIN B. MCKAY . ..... . Pollock, Ln. Commerce Exec-utlvo and Honor Commlttoog 'l'!'HiUiUX'l?l' Senior Class: Vlee-Presldent Mnsonlu Club: Corolla Stnttg Commerce Club. A polltlc-lun, yes, one ol' tho best the ciunput-1 rtflfords. But that ls not the only dlstlnotlve ohurncterlstle he possesses. Full ot' wlt and a mam ol' sterling nblllty. Jon W. MCNORTON . ..... . Repton Commerce A K XII, 2 H President Commerce Club: Executlve Committee. Joe tnkes rt whirl nt evvrythlng, and hls onrnost efforts place him ln the fore. A nmn on the down floor. JULIAN OLIM, Z B T . .... . Sheflield Commerce l-llu chem-ful dlsposltlon' and strong lntollert have made hlm n lwonxlnent member ol' hls class. I-IENRY GRADY OLIVET ...... . . Haleyville Commerce Press Al-writ. S0l'H0nnt-nt-Arxns of Excelsior Llternry Snr-lety. This young follow ls exceptional ln every respect, and uertulnly dot-H llln: to dance," CLEVELAND A. PERRY. . . . . . . Greenville Commerce T K A Cloxnmerren Cluhg Corolla StzLt'I', '23g Vice-Prosldont Erosophlr, '21g Secretrtry Excelsior, '22p President Phllomnthlc, '24g Preslllent Formu-no Count-ll, '24g Tram-xurer Mm-lonlc Club, '24g Alnlnnnm-Sewanee lllelmte, '23p.Alabnmu-Vanderbllt Delmto, '24. . For four yr-urs "Cleve" has been wldenlng his range ol' thought, mxslmllntlng new und dltllcult subjects, and mnklng frle-nds. It see-nn-I as ll' everybody speaks to and knows "Cleve." FRED RIDOLPHI . . . . . . . Montgomery Commerce "That lclndwol' hrnlnn begat by work has for me he attrnrtlon. I prefer a bed of rose leaves, and hate the nnme of uctlon." Senior Class sCHooL or COMMERCE Jossru J. Rocsns. . .... . . . , ,gumersvme Commerre Colmnnrce Club, '23, '24g Masonic Club' '23' -24 ln "Joe" we have n. man who "jes' nmumllyu mn r t ony effort. A romnus personality who hnsltilil: gixiitlififlitlg ou vveryune. l-IYMAN Rosummnc, K N. . . . . . .Talladega Commerce Corolla Stuff. '24g Assistant Manager Crhnson-Xvhmi '25 "Tolly" ls n gentlm-man in the true sense of the word llo iq f-on sldurute, gentle, and courteous to all. He lo ks 1. i I I ' Z i , q uthern Courtosyl 4 0 . no -x. nnd ls a trun rupressntntlvm, ol .0 MARCUS C. Russnu. ..... , , ' Amana Commerce E II Honor Roll, '23: Sorwotm-y-Treasurer Slgmn Em, ost domocrntlc fr-llnws on tho campus and one of tht' One of the m , K - Hs thoroughness ln business prlnolplog I-,r0,1q1.t,, fm. most llkmd. 1' him u brllllant future ln flnnnrlnl vlrclus. . Birmingham Ronnm' Junsos SNELL . . - - - - - - Commcrre Rohort is vom, quiet and unassuming, but who knows what happens lo Ranch? Euom-is LANmn Svxus, JR. - - - - - - Aberdeen, Mlss' Commerre Vleo-President Hottontot Club: '24,' President, '25,Q Com: untrue Club' .23-.25' Sm.,-,,mry, 25: Lrlinson-Wliltex 2-1,'25d Uorolm Stun., .24' .25: Military Editor Corolla, Zlhnsocogli Lluutmmnt :intl Adilumm' iw: Cnmmnl-Coviimiinill il '22i Mmmgm. Rme Tumnl -247 Freshman +00 m tquat, . OID" J Cl I, '23, '24- Hrq ul it of honors while at Alobumu.. He behind 'Gena has nmnssed 110110 fl ls has boon ni-tlvu ln numnrous orgflnlflilgggllgl 'Whig lislcgglimfur with hlm nn onvlnhle record- Always " " ' A 1!V0l'y0ll6. . . Mobile Couis Wn.LmM Tomas. - - - ' ' , Commerce nt his frequent vlslts to fl 2 11, l-If B K I , . 1 , , A ountlng: Jun or Frwultyg i'i:iilP-r-qi:lililiuliLC'31:i1'rx1IQ:ivl1im2JlTl1: vice-President Slgmo Eta. ' 'U' A ' , C Econ, on the golf links and the highest score Colle nmkos the www . ' H9 will he u blg asset to the com- ln the mort-lnl worhl. . . Guntersville H. B. Wlmnxisk IT K 4' - - ' ' i ' ' ' ' ' Commerrf .C Cl b . 4. .. . lt Football. '21"257 ommerce U ' Jnsons. A Club. Vmrngwn and best loved men gn me Campus. "Whit" is one of the best lb .K- Ho ls Alnba1nm's greatest defenslvs ful at School ofllfoinxncicn- S6I'liO1' Class SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING WALTIIR I-I. BAILEY, III l' A ...... . Laurel, Miss. Induslrial Managcmfnt TI'r-asurm' Sunlor EllHll1lli!I'lllg Clans. Ills r-ollngo I-firm-r ls nn example oi' II. good und Llollnito purpose 0111'- I'lI-Il out uIIwIIvuI'lngly to thu I-ml. xVllltl'l' HfevIIIs In have ll.C'Lll.llI'ull :Ill the vlrtun-rx ol' Ll I-olll-go edur-IItlmI without thu vlvus. TI-IoMAs JANNIIY BALLARD . . . . . . . Troy Mining Engineering - Minlnp: und Metallurgical Sovlcty. '1'oIn comes tu us l'l'0lTl Troy, and ls proud ol' the fact. Ile ls well liked by all who know hlm, und ovvryhody lr-I IIIH l'I'lund. WlI,,LlAM T. BRl'l"l'ON, 1' E ..... . Cooksville, Miss. Engineering NVlllluIn ls well and l'nvoI'IIlrly known lmcuuse ol' the active part 'I lm tnlms III worth-whllo activities. J, ' I 5' 'f".-sz, HUGH K. BROWN .......... . Birmingham Elfrlriral E7lgi7Il'l'fi1lg "High-" Brown is mnklng lils mark in the Sulmul Of EllIs'llllf0l'll1!:- Everyone likes hlm. DANIEL CLARK .......... . Castleberry Elcclriral Enginfering 9 T, II M E, T II E, III B 'K Vlnc-President Sanlor EIIglneeI'lng Class: Fellow ln Math: Moniher A. A. E. mul A. I. E, E.: Vino'-Prleslcloiit Tnu Pl Epsilon: Honor Roll, '22, '23, '24, Dunlel, of II Hf5IlSllClVt! and gvnei-ous Iicwsonullty, has stu:-k lt out Dtlllliil, ol' ll rIeIIslLlvv and gunvrous-I porsonnllty, has ur-lI14,v,.,1 3, mm-k in svhonl that few hnvo I-qunllorl, und tlmt all muy try to emulate. C. G. COLLINS, G X ........ . . Warrior - Mining Enginvering He is FL lover nl' Oven SIJHCU51 it man of sterling clmrxuftmer, and u maker ol' 1'I'leIIc1s. o Senior Class SCHOOL or ENGINEERING CLAY E. COMEAUX ......... . Donalclsonville Electrical Engineering II M E American Institute of Electrical Englneerlngg Amorlc-an Association ol' Englneersg Knights ol' Columbus, ls a man deserving the best the world can offcr. Some day Clay - we will polnt to the position he occupies wlth II feeling of pride, AWAY . .N ...... Forrest City, Ark. Mining Engineering A. I. M. E.: Mlncrs' Cluh. h 'Bnmu splrlt instilled ln his cleepnr self. Hls Murshnll has t 0 training here will show results. MARSHALL B. CoNN 1' E . ..... . . Montgomery Faso FRANCIS CRONIER, A Mechanical Engineering A. A, E.: A. 1. E. 12.5 Honor Roll, 'zzz Ineulennnt, '24, ' -IF,-nz" spends his summer ln Montgomery loving the women, but Wh n he gets back to Alahama he makes all "A's" and loveg the B women, too. A real frlend. . , , .Cleveland, Ohio ELMER W. DANYI A T Al' ' ' , . f ' neerzng Mechanical EW' H M E, T IT E E r H Cmggg Preslclfent A. A. -F Plwiflflnf Eagan' f.'f'QfiuV1fF'5il-ally Football. '22, 'zaz Follow I-lonor Roll. ' -5 " ' ' . 1 Faculty' Jasons. V , Y 5.1 -1, Jun or v ln Mccfhnnlcnl longlnnlzlosgl. Ron 15 known by everyone on the His nhmty io make iirimln trouble Elmer ls always on hand, and campus. Wmcn one l nu ls more than wllllnli to help ull he ffl . Fort Davis TREVIILYAN DAVIS . - - - ' ' .' '-' Mining Englneeflng 'M' Corona Board, '24: Vice-President Crlmsoniwlluiclgmffis' sol-rotary A. A- E-I '255 DBMOVW A. l. . - 'I ' Club. Hn fly attractive to one and all. A nent worker nti0:'ggy5,,hligrii rfilighlfulye igound the spring from which Wo've often womll' I y, flows his incessant HGYVU wld emm . Tuscaloosa S. Enwmm DAwsoN . . I. . . .. . .- - Electrical Ef10g'f"""9 A. I. E- - I I when I-Ed" gets started at a. new ls A nundrvdi LEE' of .dlfllculty iv SNP him- thlng lt takes 0. m U - N SEIIIOI' Class SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING EDWARD DUFFY ............ New Orleans, La, Electrical Engineering . II M E .Honor Roll, '24g A. I. E. E.: Secretary Junlor Engineering Class, '24, Senlor Class, '25, "Ed" is D man ln every sense of the word, and we predlet that he wlll reach his goal. LEONARD L. EVANS . ..... . Albany Engineering A. 1. E. E.: A. A. E. Leonm-d's quiet, modest disposition makes him liked on llrst ac- quaintance. Success is sure for this type of man. Lucius GAlNns FREEMAN, fb 1' A . . . Jasper Engineering "Dlck" is a. qulet man who has never taken part arroirantly. Spltefulness is not a part of his personality, and there are those who believe that he ls one ot' the few who really understand friendship. HOWARD Knrrn GARDNER, II Q fb. . . .Montgomery Chemical Engineering I' 2 E Jllnlffl' Faculty: Fellow ln Chemistry. Keith came to us from Auburn, and has certainly absorbed that "ole 'l-Samet" spirit. NORMAN GRoss, K 2 ......... . Scottsboro Mining Engineering 9 T A- A- E-2 A. I. M. E., President, '25. As n. friend. "hy GHG" is staunch: as an engineer, he wlll be a man that will stand high ln his profession. PRESTON E. JORDAN . ......... . Cottondale Chemical Engineering 1' Z E A. A. E., '23: Junior Faculty, '24, '25p Fellow in Chem- istry, '24, '25g Alemhlc Club, '24. One of Dr. Lloyd's able assistants ln the department of Chemistry. Everyone likes Preston. Senior Class SCHOOL or ENGINEERING CHARLES MARTIN LANG. . . . . .... New Orleans La , . Eleciricul Engineering H M E 4., Vlf:-P-v , -A vu, '. Tronsum-l'. '25, N H'hhh'nt' 2" SL" 'CUNY' V ' " ' ' - "t f his friends. A popular man, who has always SGLUILCI tha, IDQDLL D ' uf, l iii by-Tl ,y l AR'l'llUR L. LILLEY , ....., , , , , . Whistler ., ,I M4-rhaniral Engincfring Junior Fm-ulty: A. A. E-2 Truck 'roam Ri Arthur is n gonlun when It roms mul has nnulu his mark In l'L-gnrd to truck events EARL S. MANN . ...... . Birmingham Enginrcring . H is at lmmt onc about whom 1 - 11 truth. UW Dlulbl. could he written with Srmuum L. MI'l'ClIlEI.I,, l' PJ . - - - - - Hartselle Civil Engineering A. ss. cv. E.: R. 0. T. G. Blind, 0 T C.: Art A. A. E.: VlC'i?-l1I't!Hldl!l1L ' V '22-'23p LTnivurslty Band, '21- 245 MHJUL R- - 1 1 mg 121. Art 4 L 1 Corolla 255 Lrlrnson- su fr c, rolln., . - f, 1311! U' g NVlilLu Stiaxff: Pismo: 'rumnz OIIHWS' Club? HHN' 'l'1'fUT'- Il - 4 , -,- -1 1' ' Al I mu, when llff mode the Rlflc Tarun. Ono . 1 mlm H Hum U' f 'ixign in the Engineering School. An all- ' 01' tho most promising, round good man. 1 . Toronto, Canada JOHN W. 1x'iClJONAl,l'J . . . - - - - -1 - Mechanical Engznczrrxng , 51 .X . . . A- 1- - . -lution of -1 1 K ' Inlilllllbll Votl-Pauls ol Nvmld Wm, Amoxlumn Al-V401 Emxlnuc-rag lnlurnntlorml ASS0l'lMl0l1 01 Mmhinlsts- ' - John iq un hard workm-Y wlyggc wlnnlng ways have won for him nmny friends horu. . . g . . h GEORGE H. NASON, If A , ,' . .u . .. . . Birmingham Mining Endlnffflny 9 T ' Judo. v . -l'ht as L-an ho found. always rezuly tn his ohoson px'ol'caslon ls assured. . Ks to knowloclgo-ospgr-muy physics!- Uommtny "l." t. W ,,e.:',' '. - .' , Senior Class SCHOOL or ENGINEERING Osczm PEARSON, 1' 21 . . . . . . . . . . Cottondale Mining Engineering A. A. E.g Junior Assoelnte A. I. M. E.: First Lieutenant Ile hulls from our neighboring: vlllnge, and he hun put the town on the nntp. A very likeable fellow, und one who is u. good sport. ORVILLE A. REED, fl' E K . . I ...... . Birmingham .. Mechanical Engineering . IIME,TIIE,flfBK , , 4, eT,nM , I . 11. ' EUGENE RUTH, K N . . .... . . South Norwalk, Conn. Cifuil Engineering y A. A. E.: A. 1. M. M. E.: Cross-Country Squad. 'Genre is rt true Count-vtleut Yzmkee, and If all the fellows up there are llke him, we den't wonder nt that Stn,te's prosperity. ' J. J. SHANNON, E A E . ........ . Birmingham A Meehanieal Engineering 9 T Key-lceg Pun-Hellenic Council. A man of few words, hut you L-un count on hlm when them In anything to he done. We unn but walt to see hlm master the tasks of the world Hs he has mustered them here. CHARLES ARTHUR SOULE, 111 1' A .... . Pensacola, Fla. Ci-vi! Engineering I Blackfrlnrsg Honor Itoll, '24g Captain, R. O. T. C., '24: Saab- bard and Blade. Charlie In one whom we can enunt on to reflect eredlt on the college where he was educated. 1-ie ls slneere in his friendship and worlc alike. A. A. E.: A. I. E. E.: A. I. M. M. E.: 'Honor Roll, '22, . '23, '24, Freshmxm Football, '22, Junior Fneultyg Fellow ln ' M. E. This ind ls it boon companion, it student pm' excellence, and very, 1 ' very smart. We foresee great things for hlm. THOMAS FAY ROBINSON, X 'In . . . . . .Alexander City Eleelrxeal Engineering T II E, fb B K President Junior Enpzlneerlng '22, '23, Executive Committee: A. A. E., A. I. E. E.: Junior 1 llenor Roll, '21, '22, '23g Gln.:-us: Crimson-Nvhlte Stuff, Altermtte Honor Committee Faculty, Fellow In lJl'lLWiIlR' Though his niuknstme ls "Sleepy," he is anything: but thnt. A man who, hy his many talents nnfl stralghtforwurdness, has won every- one. He will be at great success ln engineering. Senior Class SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING jAsPER Iavmc WINGARD . . - . - ' . . Q. . . . , W1 Mxnmg Engineering I Sonvlue 9 T A. A. E.: A. I. M. M. E.: J .. . . Geology: Presldent A. I. M. M. IE.Ti?g4.FMAulty' Fellow in His qulpt, unassuming manner might voncc-xl ll 1' long' Sum' men M' t-hh" WW? QIVHEIH tggolg-1133311322 but not or . School xx reputation for doing good yvoy-K. E N M. . . . . . . owl Woons 3 . .. - . Merldmn, Miss. Engmeermg 1 in IB 11 D1'fWU0lll Ohtlinc-er :md u W0l'Qh-yvhllo friond HB t . , no SIU Er w . g on thv other hand, ls :x wizard on his guitar and xt d-n good f H e ow. SCHOOL OF LAW AMZI E. BARBER, 2 X . . . - - - - Birmingham 112 A A Law Bluckfrlars: BIKES- Amm and mg guitar are lnsenurnhle. Small wonder that ho ls so Ilovulur with the c'o-eden Gkovlsk C. BONER . - - - University Law T K 4 Masonic Club. and brnln. I-le proved the hrst the "G. C." ls o 1-omhlnntlon of HGTV? on the battle flc-llls of Fl'al1C9- The mum' is demonstrmed by fmqt that he Stands among those ot the forefront of the Law School, JAMEs MARSHALL Buwr, IR-, 4' A 9 - - Ollelika Lafw 1I'AfI1 13 I g Preslden ' Parasites: Bsuzholors. i it Christian gem! H ,, I I ' Al bumn Epi' --Il. Gmllll ngggossgjllifegtstlgfotffssc character. l-Ie leaves behind him n Btudgnt body made happier by his administration as Presldent. but R student Body saddened by me irreparable 'UBS of so pmmmem a student. t Blat-kfrlars, '24: Pres- Senior Class SCHOOL OF LAW A. H. CAkMxcuAEL, JR., 2 N . . . . Tuscumbia Lafw President Thlrd Yom' Law Class. "PrnslLlent" Archie is n steady worker and full oi' nmbltion. Ho ls very elllolent ln his work and his gl-out qualities have won hhn the admiration ol' us ull. I-Inknnm' CARMICHAEL, E N . . . . Tuscumhia Lafw fl- A A Forensic Council. l"ersL-vcmnce ls his greatest quality. Herbert follows his tasks until they are completed. He ls certain of suvuess. CLIFFORD C0'l'TI.E, lb A X . . . . Gadsden Lafw Glue Cluh, '22, '23, '24g Law Forum: Corolln Bourdg Ero- sophlc-, '21g Exoelslorg Lion 'Parrmr-sg Tonnls Club: Golf Club. A Glue Clulr performer of merit, and also one who is worthy of being mulled rt protege ot' the Deun. TENNEN1' LOMAX CRUM, A T Q . . Montgomery Lafw KI' A 'Il Knnvcsg Lion 'Dnmersp Atlus Club: Sevretnry Knavos. "Hon" is n 1-lose student oi' the female mind, possessing un intro- spection into their wllos and chlrzanury that ls dlflluult to cope wlth. HIRAM Doon . . . . . Nauvoo Lafw fl' A A Low Forum: Somerville Literary Society: Honor Roll, '23g Class Orutor: Dc-hnte Te-ani. I-Hmm is one ol' Dc-on Fzu'rnh's coming lawyers. He is a clebnter. and stlll flnrls time to check up the "A's." Buroku DoUcHsR'rY . . . . . . . . Athens Lafw Law Forum: Excelsior: Somerville: Dlcta Club. Buford Is fast bec-omlng one of Alabamws leading lnwyevsf Ask the Dean. Senior Class SCHOOL ov LAW WILLIAM H. ELLIS . . . . . Birmingham ' Law 'If A A ' 5fI?22'22l'Z.E.3f -RTW S""w"'f'1e1 Council: Besldes pursuing the ln.boI'ious st d ' 4- I. make thu Blnckfrlars. He ls sureuto, sg fmaguccggl found time to ARCIIIE H. ELLIOT. . . . . Tuscal ' - 00521 Lafw Somerville: Luw Fgrunyl Ai-ll,l. tl D ' 1' - . frsglldo fl me eans r Lht hnnd man, n hald wm.km,, and a warm SEAL FINKLIss'I'sIN . . . , . Montgomery Law One who argues fluently and nhly. If you 1 H01 try to Show him your own- 11111933 YOU zlrffzlmlilollfllolflg' View do . Birmingham Lafw Forum' Lion Tuma-ri Corolla. Erosophlcg Ex:-I-lsior: Law I D Bou.I'Ilg Gnto Club: Assistant Editor Corolla, 25. to lla lll meeting olght o'clac'k classes. N I, "Bows" chlel' dllllc-ulty seolmi Illvlclulltzllly, he has more friends thun Solomon haul wlvos. Onc- thlrd of the famous triplet. Tnolvms G. GAYLE, ju.. E N . - - - Selma Law Judes. yvo do not know whethm. pig nyes or his tonhnlquo ls to blnnm, but"'T. G." cortulnly has ll drill? Wllill U10 NMOS- H0 is just as ll0Dl.llil.I' with the mon. ' FRANK Gonnox, A X P. - - - - -M21l'i0n Law , 41 A fl' Honor Committee, '24p Executive Committee, '24g Honor Roll, '23, s enks A qulot, unassuming person I A . 1 Yhe D - WIIIGITJOLVIIIIO knowq W memo. , f any mun's friendship. bo clelgned worth! 0 , l Ronmu' C. GAluusoN, E X , . - . Senior Class SCHOOL OF LAW Doucms A. Hrsrsn, K A . . . . Birmingham Lafw Pan-Hellenlcg Arch. 'Twill be a sad day indeed for Alabama when "Doug" leaves us. The saying that "his acquaintances number' his friends" has been o. trifle' overworked, but it expresses the facts in the ease exactly. HARRxsoN Kcumuclc, 2 N . . . . . Bessemer Lafw President Class '24g Corolla Board. Is always there with the law. The professors know that he studies hy the way he recites-they even allow him to teach a class occa- sionally. JOHN KOHN, 112 A 9 . . . . . Montgomery Lafw Vice-President Class '24p Somerville: Law Forum: Jades. John is ready to step into "big league" polltlcs. but, ln so doing, he will always be hacked by his innumerable Alabama admirers. J-Ie carries with him our slneerest wishes for a splendid career. LLNORA H. LANcroRo ..... . Bessemer Lafw X A fi- Blaclcfrlars: Secretary Somerville Literary Society: Law Forum: Vice-President Low Forum, '24g Forensic Council, Corolla Board: Poet Senior Law Class: Secretary League of Women Votersg Honor Council, Hall Choirmang B. S, U, COUHCH. According to Mr' 590110. Lenora would be a Hood actress. Accord- ing to Dean Farrah she wlll make a still better lawyer. JAMES GORDON MAmsoN, A 'I' Q . . . Denbigh, Va. Law fb .A 'Iv "Mat" came to us from the faculty at Marlon, and has continued his good work under Dean Farrah's tutelage. CLYDE DANIEL McKEE, fb E K . . Notasulga Law KI' A A Honor Committee, '24, 'Zig Captain R. O. T. C., '24g Asslstant in History, '24, Assistant Business Manager Crimson- Whlte. '24, Executive Commltteeg Corolla Staff: Vlce-Pres- Ident Law Forum, '25p President University B. Y. P. U.: Philomathlc: Excelsior: Junior Faculty, '24, '25g Officers' Club, B. S. U. Council, Treasurer Llon Tamcrs' Club. This dignltled lawyer, with his stentorian voice, is well known ln forensic circles. From the assured manner in which he swings his senior walking cane lt is predicted that his success ln the legal profession is assured. Senior Class V ' ' I SCHOOL or LAW Orns O. MCGINTY. . . . . . . ,Dadevme Law Law Forum: Lion Tumersg Secretary Senior Law Class- Somervllle Llterary Society. ' Tl ls entleman has started more things in llfe than law, and has 1 H proven hlmselt 11 deadly foe to failure. EDWARD RAYMOND MURPHY . . . , Florence Law 41 A A lla Bomrd' Lnw Forum: Somervllle Literary Soelety, Coro 1 . ' ' Phllnmnthlc, '24 '25g Reporter Law Forum. 24, 24, Senior Class Prophet: Dlctu. Clubg Crimson-Xvhlte Staff. Raymond. from Florence, deserves nll that can be snld ol' n good man and true. A tireless worker in nnythlng he undertakes' he crm certainly be said to have an advantage. ' JAMss BERNARD NAU. . . . . . Birmingham Law Law Forum: Llun Tamers: Somerville: Dlctn Club. This promising pleader has been liked by all. Really nothing better cun be said of anyone- . Florence S. C. POINTEILATQ. - - - - Law qi A 4, l C cl hasn't stopped blow ng YG - gwmdgfvthlgletyzogevrgwflltxzixs Ygntikile aljlnw School, at weakener of the ne o 1 f -, , weaker sex, and il wlelder of detonntlng. snlvnsm R C PRICF . . . . . Shreveport, La. Lafw Vice Preslclont Senior Class: MIISOUIC Club? Law Forum: Sonrervllle: D- A- V- H king his debut ln the mock tlgflrlns gilgggus1ofgrl:l:nI3:1z5?g:'lg4:f Elrvpenils and will :nuke xx great jurist. , . Notasul a HENRY NEILL Secnuasr. 1 - - g Lafw Q b. Vice-President Commerce C lla Bonrdl Cflmmerce Glu ' ' F 3 S - Cars. '25i Pllllomzxthlvi Masonic Club' Law orum om ervllle ' ve, slow, and sure humor, ll of Harry! A Sun l telllgent mlnd and u How shall we toll n n always ln demand. H9 pogfessife nalrrziilmlre. truly orlglnul chnrxwtur. wh C I Senior Class SCHOOL OF LAW R. H. SI-IADDICK . .... , . . . . Lady Lake, Fla. Law Glee Club, '23, '2-ig University Shrlner Cluhg Hlstorlun, Senior Law Classy Law Forumg Llon Tnmers. A man that will be missed on the campus. "Dick" ls st clter ot' Blackstone to the finish. Too bad he ls leaving us, but we shall look forward to his achievements. JOHN RICHARD THORN1'ON, JR. . . . Three Notch Lafw 112 A A Masonic Clubg Law Forum: Lion Tumors: Secretary Lion Tamcrs, '25. Thornton ls quiet nnd unassuming, but one ot' the most valued stu- dents of the Class of '25. Hls humor makes you enjoy life and his splendid personality mnkos hlm n. welcome addition to any mzm's vocabulary of friends. CHARLES W. WARREN. . . . . . .Tuscaloosa Law 4- A qw, 4, B K Honor Roll, '22, '23. Ho tells of the "m'ofs." and we store. He meekly mentions his "A's"--Property, Torts, Constitutional Lnw-and we are still. It must be n grand 'n' glorious feeling, indeed. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE RAYMOND ROBINSON CALLAWAY . . . . Clanton Medicine K 111 G0l'gm-1 Mcdlcnl Society. Raymond has many at nicht bm-nod thy-on o'r'lof-k candles. A man who is proud of completed work, and amply justified in his pride, PRICE CLAYTON' . . ..... .Tuscaloosa Medicine 1-Ie is one of the quiet fellows. He docs things while others talk. RALPH M. CLEMRNTS . . . . . Northport Medicine fir B II Ralph ls a. perfect gentleman in every respect, and a. good sport ln addltlon. He has a certain alr of earnestness about hlm that you can't help but admire. Senior Class scIIooL or MEDICINE J. '1oM CURREY . . . . . . . . Albertville Median: fir X GOIILEIS Medic-nl Soeletyg President Freshman Medical Class '23-' 4. " Tom's concentrating: on his medical work so much th 1 . sees him, but he's there with the goods, just the snrng. one hmdly CIIARLIE DAVIS . ..... , G,-Ove Hin Medicine K III Clmrlle casts an ntmosmht-re ol' mnbltlon about him which lnsplpes those who come in r-ontnet with him. An indomitable will ls re- sponsible for his success. WAIIE I-I. GARNER . ..... u Samson Medicine fl' B IT Nvude has seldom heen known to do or say anything out of place Quite Il valuable revord for n doctor! ' ' . I 'lle Amos Cmwrx. GIPSON. . - - -i - Albf' V' MCdlC1HE fl' X . .' - Glee Club. '21-'22-'23g President Sophomore Clnss, 22 252- 1 U H I.-31,22 , . .. M41-L1 socletyg Mass 1400 Jo , - . Mcmhel Gowns L? 41 real student lf there ever was Likeztble. reonaeiexztlous. find U'uc"'l" 0110. . Centreville WILLIAM NIcIIoI,soN Jonas . . - Mndzczne :Ir B K A man who tm-klvs everything wlth an enrncstness not to be out- done. I . A uilln WlI.I.IAM R. MA'l'l'IIEWS - - -.I ' q Medzcme 41 X, CP B K I . f. . . B.S. '23: President Sophomore Class, 2-1. IYISUUCWI I1 Biology, '24-'25: Junior Faculty- tt Chad to a great mmfs fl 1 'ned the secret a u lute mm. He seems to hnve en making. A man who meets you and makes y0 Senior Class SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Iorm FRANK MEACHAM, II K fb . . . Grantville, Ga. Medirine K XI' John should certainly take buck to Georgia with htm the assurance that he has left EL mark ln Alabama that wlll be hard to equal. Tom H. Mxrcusm, ...... . Mobile Medicine Tom has fought and accomplished. A college career of usefulness has been his. JIMMIE ETHEL MONTGOMERY . . . . . . Birmingham Medicine Jimmie will be missed when she leaves Alztlmma. CHAPMAN S MOORMAN . Portsmouth, Va. Medicine qw X, zz T Chapman ls n substantial and ambitious man. He is the type who adds not only to his University, but to his department. An asset. CUMMINGS H. MCCALL, 2 N . . . .Montgomery M cdicine This henedlct ls seriously inclined, and his flue work shows that his time here has been well spent. I-lc wlll make a successful medlco. E. KARL MCLAIN, A T A .... . Louisville, Ky. Medicine f1f1sK,oMA ' Executive Council: Honor Council. Karl, one of the Kentucklans who wanted to come to rm Real School, is making u flne record umler the direction ol' the "Doctors." Senior Class scHooL OF MEDICINE WILLIAM E. PREscoT'r, JR., II K 1b . . . Birmingham Mcdirine KI' A, A K K A.B., '23, NVllllum is one ot' Dean Brooks' sure bets. He hulls from Birming- ham, and going at the rute he ls now, nothing could deny him success. EUGENE ROBBINS . . . . . . , Selma Medifine Kxlf Sigma Unsllom Omivron Delta Kunrm: Gorges Medlcnl Society. Eugene comes from Selma. He ls n. typical Alnbnmn mon--o true friend. AARON ZACK Rocsks . ..... . . Millry Medicine K 'If Pre-Med Club, '21-'23g President of Euphlnns, '22-'235 Om.. eers' Club, '24-'25-g Gorgns Medical Society, '24-'25. Zaclds all there when it.'s necessary. WILLIAM S. RUBEN, K N . . . - -TUSCFXIOOSH Mcgine Gorgits Medical Society. VVilllnm received :L lxounteous SUDPIY of Capability' and he does not full to uso lt--xt very likeable fellow. CHARLES LANGDON RUTHERFORD, A T S2 - - .. Franklin Medicine. KI' X Gorgsua Medical Society. C t lutocrnt and Dean Brooks' P. and J. Conven- M , , tlojlglziljeitt 1:43122 Lggt, but the twinkle in his eye UOCTHYH his U1-10 Self- LESLIE V. RUSH, E A E . . . . . . Meridxan, Mlss. Mcdirinc 111 X Knnvfs Club: snrmft Upsilonz Hottenrot Club! yvlqnffl' Sollh- omore Oratorlvul Contest and School Contest. 22- 23: Band. f22,f23. Capstone Qmhegu-3, '23-'243 Vice-President Senior Medical Class. Xvhat he lacks in Size is made uP ' H very busy in Medicine, he find time to "give the Indies fl trem- ln mental capacity. Although S61'li01' Class K SCHOOL OF MEDICINE STERLING MONROE SoMERsE'1'r . . . . Elba Medirine 'IJ B II Masonic Club. Squlre'll tell you he works every nlght into the "wee sma' hours." A more thoroughly honest man cannot be found. HENRY PIERCE TALB01', II K fb . . . LaFayette Medirine K 'lf l-Ienry ls a nnc young man. I-le has those sterling qualities which mark one as u gentleman. JACK H. WADE . ..... . Calhoun City, Miss. Medicina fb X VVndc halls from the "Delta State." I-Ie considers medicine the highest profession known to man. No one should have any fear ln taking n plll rolled by one who holds his chosen calling in such hlxrh esteem. J, HAROLD WATKINS, 2 N ..,. . .Troy Mfdiriue ' fb X Knavcs: Jasons: Blackfrlarsg Honor Committee, '23-'24g President Knavesg Vlce-President Gorges Medical Soclety: Freshman Declamntlon. '21: Cotllllon Club Committee. A combination of good looks, rongenlallty, democracy, strong char- acter, and n forceful intellect. Loved by many and n lover of "Minnie," A man's man. HARRY BLAIR YsA1'rs, A X P .... . Danville, Ky. Medicine fl! X Harry CMTIS to US fl'0m Virginia, and is making an exceptional record in his study ot' medicine. .......... .... .... .......... .... O ROLLA WDGMDGMD JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 85 W f ?j3,11.5,::5M:sr' wx g lut' ' 5 ,53 . V . E K 'X ii IEI ....1.... .... ..., ......... .... E2 .... li .... ER .... .......,.. LIIITOI' Class 4 COLLEGE OF ARTS VAND SCIENCES JOHN BALI. ADAMS ........ Eufaula Arts Junlor Faculty, '25, Fellowship In Political Sm-lent-eg Pre-Med Club, '24, Secretary Pre-Med Club, '2fl. John Ball tried Pre-Med one year and made A'S. Ile changed to Commerce und rated TL fellowship. l-le's reverted to Pre-Med again, and says lt dousn't make so very much difference, either way. JAMES W. Amo, Z N. . . .Birmingham -- flrls Arch: Glee Clubg Varsity Quartette, '22-'23. 1 When we look at him we think of yesterday, hut when we talk to hlm we thlnk ol' tomorrow. DRUCILLA ALBRES1' . . . . Castleberry Arts Blnekfrlars. The opposlte oi' the arropzant traits, Drucllla is n. model woman. N. T. ALBRIGI-I'l', JR. . . . . .Tuscaloosa flrt: Pre-Med Club, '22-'23, A hard-working boy. Sum-ess ls .sure to be his ln the future. CORINNE W. ALEXANDER . . Tuscaloosa flrt: ' TI M E League of Xvomen Voters: Hall Chalrman, '24, Y. W. C. A.: Freshman Math Club, '22-'23. A jolly girl, always in a good humor, ready for fun of any klnd. Bessie MAE BAIRD. . . .Tuscaloosa !Irt.r She wlll never "kneed dough," wlth her intelli- gence and adnptablllty. Swosssral. BARKSDALE, fl' 21 -K . . . Fernbank Ari.: Phllomathlc: Education Club: Corolla Board, '24-'25 Stoessol ls n, gentleman, IL student, and n. llke- ahle chap. What could he ,better'I VmcrNxA BARR1Nc'1'oN, A I' A . . Montgomery .flrls Pl, VVomen's Councll, '24, A vlvld personality-r-lover enough to conceal the depth ol' her knowledge. BENJAMIN F. Backs, fl' Z K . . Selma flrts Bennie ls llttle, hut he ', .es up for his small- nosl-: hy hls greatness. D. D. BlsNNE'1'1' ...... . Chapman Ari: Corolla Staff, '25. ' This Chapman youth ls possessed ol' bralns, looks, and, hetter yet, an orlglnal and congenial per- sonallty. S6 07 gutg IWIU f' f ., , ' lll lw' ', A, :I zu , , Jam . IIIlIlllIIIIllllIIIIlIIIIlllllllIIllllllIllllllIIIIIIlllIlllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll unior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ANDREW D. BLALOCK, fb K 22. . . .Selma Xlrls Corolln Board. 'Mg Gleo Ulub, '23-'2-11251 Hlnvlc- frlnrs, '24: Unpstone Seremulers, '23-'24-'25, llnl- . vurslty lhmfl, 'L.4: Stags. "Andy" is it nmn who goes out for everything: und usunlly comes hm-lc wlth pnrt of lt. EnNA GRAY BORDEN, A A A . . . Montgomery flrl: "Grey" is so lovable nnd such xt good sport that she ls unusually uttrnctlvc. Pretty, hut uneon- aelous ul' lt. ELVA BRINDLEY .... . Hartselle flrls A sweet rllfqmsltlon und rx remly wllllnprness to do things for others makes thls gli-l n frlencl to ull. WALfI'lER F. BRISENDEN . . . Chicago, Illinois . Slwrzal Thls youth ls n. very lmrrl und enorpretlv worker, and is fortunate ln lmvlnp.: sur-lx at plenslnp.: per- sonullty. HAEEI, BROWN, A Z. . . . . . .Ensley Arla' Y. W. ll. A.: 17:-lmsnn-Wliltv Staff: Pl: fiom- lnerce Club, '22, Pam-ltlullenlc Connell: League nl' Women Voters. Whn,t more eoulcl one wlsh for tlmn beauty null nblllty? Hazel lm:-I her slmre ot' both. FRANCIS E, BRoYLEs . . . . . . . Chase flrts Treasurer Erosoplllv, '231 Student Volunteers Y. M- U. A.1 Blue Ridge Delepsnte, '23. A qulet little thlnke with bulldog rletermlnntlon. r, who goes about hls work EDWIN G. BRUCE, A T Q . . Birmingham .flrts Knnves: .Iunlnr Mnmurvr Fmltbllll. '24- "Iteh's" elllf-leni-y and quiet cllpgnlty hnve gatsniwl 1 l r Row-A pm him nn envluble poaltlon on Iopun Tuu Omega Shylovk. HERBERT S. BUCK, E A M ..... Dothan flrts Conlnwree Club: Tennis Club. The Beau Bruminel of Dothan. A ilrm believer ln thnt l-louston County metrol10llH- HELEN CALLAN, K Q , . . . . . Gadsden Ari: Pun-Hellenle Council: Blnckfrlnrs: Vli-e-Presl- dent Lenpzue of VV -1 Voterkii Y- W- C- A. On- in whorn wt, pzht plzufe conlldenveg one L whose ldenln nre ns high ns henveu-nn ld:-nl. R., A T 52 . . Selma WAL1'0N EUGENE CALLEN, J Arts Key-Tee: Blm-lcl'rlm's, '24g Glen C Sem,-retnry Glue Cluh, '25. With hls vom-nl uhlllty, "Jm'k" has entrnm-4-cl audiences nll the wny from Ceutrevllle to Pratt- vllle. Earnest, enpuble, and very IYODUIFUW lull, '23-'24-'251 S7 A . limi ff 1 'ff . I 1X:?',i,Lg,?!'! : win . 5 ',.:ff -' ' CIWWDGWWDW T O R O L L A mtlkmtwwgj ....1.,.. .... ..., ..,...... .... E2 ..., li ...E?..1r.L,?1 LlI'1iO1' Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CA'l'lllERINli S. CALVICRT, II A . . jonesville, S. C. .flrls Y. W. U. A.: Edu:-ntlnnnl Club. Czttln-rlne 1-:une from Wlntllrep lust year. She has nnule :L renmrknble number ul' frlenrls during.: her twe yours ut the Unlverslty. Enslssu' CAMMACK . . . . . . Allen 11715 Ernest Is :L serious-leeklni.: little lmy. Ile is one el' the Celonel's llnest oillvers-to-he, und ls liked by ull who know hhn. Joie S. CAMP, E N . . . . . Manchester flrls l"x'eshnmn lfnotlmll Temn, '22: Vnrslty lfentlmll, '23-'24, "A" Club, '23-'2'lg Forexlsle Connell, '23-'24, Knzwes, '23-'24. A splencllcl Fellow, an ex:-ellent student, and on the foetlmll ilelml elle ul' 'l3zunu's hex-xt. Sroluzx' NIARGARIVI' CARD . . . Tuscaloosa flris X A Ill Pllot Svllelnmlllng Tlmlrd Nvlnner Chl Deltu. Phi Contest. "Pl-gp.:y's",wlnnlng smile :md jovlnl nature con- vrrt llll.lI'HHLLlll1'll frlenrls all who meet her. ANNIE MAY CARSON, A A A . . Kershaw, S. C. .flrls "Men can he nnnlyzedg women merely adored." frlER'l'RUDli CLAPP, A Z ..... Birmingham flrls Y. XV. C. A. Cnlrlnetg llenox' Roll, '23-'2-lg Pres- ident el' Student Volunteer' Group: State S. V. Ser-retawyq lx'lUll1ll0l' ol' l+'mn'lh Nzttlenul Student Vol- unteer Vuunvll: Ednvntlen Club. Gertrude is the kind of n. u'l1'l we nll like-n good spurt, dependable :md uttmurtlve, amd-luwe you ever seen hex' swlm? JACK CLAY, A T A ...... Birmingham flrls ' lPreslmnrn Bnselmll, '2Ilg Vlee-1'1'eslrlent Soph- omore Ulnss. Jxu'k knows how to wenr 1-luthes, shnke :L wll-keel foot, nnfl vnptlvzrte the co-eds. Beware, ull ye fulr dmnsels! PAULINIE Comm . . . . . Greenville Ari: Tllzuzlcfrlztrs. "Pup" has it twinkle in her eye which tells of 11 strung: sense uf humor. Enrrn MAY Coma, A X Q . . Mobile flrlx ' H M E T4l'llLILl0 ol' NVumen Voters: Educ-ntlon Club: Co- rulln St:rl'I', '2-1: Y. NV. U. A.: llunol' Hell, '23-'24: Bly.: Sisters, '24, Edith possesses vnre nhillty, talent, lntellevt, and :L lmppy "1"ollynnn:L" sllll'lt- AI.oNzo Comav, X 112 . . .h . Alexander City Arts 0 A K Blur-lcfrlnrs. Cluunp Plvkens vnlls "Bud" "Dr, Denny, Jr." And he ought to know! 88 C i s ll.. :ye -L , . E -less11.l2 " r .JP ' -' A ....1.... .... .... ....1.... .... 22 .ROLLA WGMUGMD 'llllllllllllllllllllllll unior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND ,SCIENCES LAURA CoL1.naR, Z T A ..... Birmingham Ari: Pun-llollnnle Repro:-sentnllve. Lnurn ls our idea ol' n. renl Amerlvun girl. She Hullnts-s ChL!lll'l'l,llllUSH und good fellewahllr. Crzcn. G. COLLINS . . . . . . . . .Guin nlrlx Um-ll wlll luring.: inte the Senior Class ei next your nll the rllprnlty nnrl reserve that one llem-mls. Bnssna JANE CONN, A 1' A . llnttieslaurg, Miss. Sprczal - Mis:-ulnslppl furnished us this fnlr one nfter Hend- fllir her to Georgia, und the UGLIIHQOIIIB rem.-lverl ll prize. Sesm Lure COUNTS . . . . . Tuscumbia .flrts Junior 1zl!lJl'l!Nl!lltlLtlY0 on Conn:-ll: Preslrlenl Rh: SiHf.l!I':-l Orgnnlzntlong Blue lllmlpre lim-lm-gzxleg Ilnll Ulmlrmnn, '22: M. S. U. VV. t,!ol1l'erom-eg Y. XV. U. A. Uluh: Key-Stone. l n Lvus lmve looked klndlv on Susle I.ee'n wow -K v , , many LL lmmeslm.-k "rnt." She's u frlenml to ull. Lois CRAIG, A A A . . . .... Jasper .flrls Corolln Bourrlg Pl. "She is llke the 11eri'un1e el' violets-nncl, some- thing: more 1lUHl'll,'.0-4HllC is like hersell. ADliANli Cumns . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa Am' Ulm-u-ly resembling her sister. she, tee, hue-1 the ndmlrnlrle fnmlly trnltbl. ARTHUR CAMl'lll5l.L CRowmsR. JR., A K li . . . . . . . . . . . .BlI'lTllIlgllIllTl xl rlx vvlvi'-l'l'l'Slll1'llt .Iunlor Ulns:-15 Kmwe:-15 Propln-t of Knuve:-1. I'onr-ne:-willy: fl mont plc-nslnp: personality nnml nn exm-eptlonnl nlvlllty for boxing, Arthur has hes-ume l extremely populnr. AR'l'l'lUR C. DAVIS . . . . . .Quinton Arts 'He in known nrouml the 4-mnpus hy hls business- llke helmvler ln both state nnml m'lvxLte mntlern. A - t welt for, oppor- xnnn who xnnkes, nnml floss no tunltlen. MARX' El.lZAIlIi'I'H DONOVAN, Ari: lloner C0llllllltf0U, '23-'2-lg . r . mittee, '24-'25g BlnelcI'l'hu':-15 Blnckfrlnr Roncl Trlll, '23-'24-'25g Keystone: Pam-llellenle, '24-'25: Y- YV- U. A.: Soc-lnl Uhnirmnn Y. XV. U. A.. '23-'242 Dull'- .nnte lu Blue lgldgpv '233 U0-Ed. Editor Urhnnon- NVhlte, '23-'24: Corolln, '24-'25Z S0l"'0ffU'y UIHSH. '2-1-'25g Pl: Blrxnlmrhnm News Sellolnrnhlp. An example Oi' why boys I1-awe hmm-. ljllllllllfl In love just :L little, nnd-vnrlety IH thc Slflvi? Of life. A Hlzu-kI'rlnr queen with :L rnre personality nnrl mlentv ol' lvrnlna 1 . - V JOHN A. DRHHIQR, II Kuflf. . . . Cllllmilu flrlx "A1hlm" I:-1 quite fend Ot' Spanish. Ask hlm. More thn.n n clever boy when you kll0W him- K A . Montgomery Qu-retnrv H oner Com- 89 f". , . X 'A --.X s..- v -.frl x 'Fm-s."95 5.'l! vf 116 . '- 'ssf "sf , O 1 ' --4-M 5' 'f 'A ill F--'R Q11-fl - A' fi' 1- ....1.... .... .... ......... .,.. E2 .... li .... E2 .,.. .......... unior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES HERMIONE DUNLAP, A 1' A . Spartanburg, S. C. Arts Blacekfrlars: Blaekfrlztr Christmas Road Trlp, '23: Y. W. C. A. Social Servlee: Second Vlee-Pres- ldent Blnckfrlars: Education Club: League of Women Voters: Pl. Whatever or wherever it ls, you can depend on "Helnle" to be there and help carry away tho honors. OSCAR LEIGH DUPRE, 111 1' A ..... Attalla A rls Seabbard and Blade: Quadrangle: Blaekfrlars: Ofllcers Club. "Dick," a fellow of worth-whllo hobbies: a unique and interesting personality. N ELIZABETH Excu .... . Fort Davis flrls II M E Honor Committee, '24: l-lall Chairman, '23: Honor Roll, '23-'24, Under Ellzabeth's eurly bob lies a brain that puts her on the Honor Roll regularly. ZoLA ALLEN EMERSON . . . . . . Anniston flrts Blaekfrlars: Woman's Counell, '23-'2-l: Secretary Y. W. C. A.. '24-'25: Geology Fellowship, '24-'25: llonor Roll, '23-'24. Think ol' ns many adjeetlves as you wlll for Zola. yet sterling and lntellectual "tlt her to a. T." Vl5RN'0N ERWIN, A A A . .... Greensboro flrls Pl. "Light your ilre and never fear. Llfe was made for love and cheer." f'Causo Ri said so!J EUGENE B. E'rHER1poE, E A E .West Point, Miss. flrts Arch Club: Sereretary-Treasurer Il-lottentot Club: President Junior Class: Scrub Football, '24. "Blacksmith" ls one of those fellows who de- serted "Ole Miss" for a sure enough good college. F. A. FARMS, II K fl: ........ Elba Arts "Flesh" does Credlt to the reputation left by his brother, "Fish, Sr." 'Nough sed. GARNE1' M. FsA1'nERs1'oN, 2 A E. . . . . . . . . . . . .Senatobia, Miss. Ari.: Knavos: Hottentots. . He is a good sport and always ln for anything, even to study. GENE L. Fuss, Z li T . . . . Birmingham Arts After having trlerl some ol' our Northern unl- versltles, 'Gene came back to us. They always do. MARX' Sl-IIRAS Frrrs, K A. . . .Tuscaloosa .4rt.r Y. W. C. A.: Blaekfrlar Road Trlp, '22-'23-'2-4: Vlce-President Blaekfrlars, '24-'25. Presenting the eharming "Fary Mitts," another vo-ed who plays n. big part ln Who's Who at Alabama. A basketball, Blackfrlar, and A-grade player. 90 "-'C'NX Q L 'El l4 nil-u r i THE COROLLA wecmeegeeg ..............................................,....,...............,,.,,,.,,,,,, unior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES ROBERT B. Foss, 'If K E . . Birmingham Arts Glee Club. Though "Bob" holds a berth on the singlng team and follows the Tide diligently, he stlll finds time t0 gather his share of A's. E. REDMOND Fox, Z B T . . . . Birmingham Ari: "Red" ls extremely fond ot' New Orleans. A lad full of spirit and the gift for onjoylng llfe. Hannmn Fkxcxs . . . . . . .Rome, Ga. .4 rl: Hildreth is rather quiet, mu Hlleak for her. I t her achievements Janome F. FULLER, JR.. . . . .Centerville Arts A tt .ntive as an animal ln search of prey, he B il, 0 ls learning. Watt-h hlm in life. Jessie L. GAY ...... . Northport flrts One of those pretty, soft-spoken co-cds who ls a sincere friend to all. LUCIAN GILLIS, A T A . . . . Grove Hill flrls K N11 Euphlans, '23-'24: Asslstant Llbraryg Rifle Team, '22. Lucian halls from down around Grove I-llll, and IS a "shelk" lf there ever was one. The ladies knows what a fine rave over hlm, and everyone fellow he ls. Some Toreador, too! JOE M. GILLMORE . . . . . . . . Jackson Arts Freshman Basketball, '22s R. O. T. C. Band. '22- '23: Unlverslty Band, '22-'23g Assistant Director University Band, '24. We proudly name Joe as the leader ot' 'Banm's Million-Dollar Band. He represents the excellent-es of college life on the campus as a frlend and a student. R. W. GoLD'rr1wAmz, K A . Arts R. O. 'l'. C. Band, '22. Whoever doognw know "Dir-k" has missed a lot. for only to know him ls to have a true friend. . Montgomery ' Judes. Ruuve GULLEY, A Z . . . . . . Tuscaloosa Art: Ruhye is fairly overflowing W whit-h make of one an outstanding DGFHOI1- lth those qualities . Albertville CHELLA I-IALL .... . . . Arts Y. W. C. A.: Delegate to Blue Ridge, '24g Dele- gate to Indianapolis Convention, '24. Bright, slnvere, and friendly, all characterlze Chnlla. She's pleasant to work wlth and Dlily with. A 9I li e ' 55, 5555 f . -el-"' U ....,.... .... .... ......... .,.. ER .... R .... El .... .......... unior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES NONA HALL ...... .... O pelika Am' Nonnfs the girl who nmlms the old saying, "good things come In smnll pncluu.res," true, THOMAS A. HAMILTON, A K E . . L . Mobile Art: Judes: Crlmson-NVhlte Stuff. "Tom" ls one of the boys from Mobile, who not only pursues nn exceptlonully heavy und cllllleult course, but mnkes flne records. JEANNE HERMAN, Z T A ..... Tuscaloosa flrts Pl, '25: VVonuLn's Counell, '25, Corolla Board, '25g Blur-kfrlnrs, '24g H. O. T. C. Sponsor, '23g Pnn- Hellenlc, '23, .Tennne hus xv. speaking n.cqun.Intnnce with every student nt thc Cnpstone. All know her merry "how-you-do." Rov G. I-Ionsou . . . . . . . . .Athens Srznnrc Excelsior, Euphlnng Education Club: President Capstone, Summer '241 Reporter Excelsior, '24g Vlee-President Y. M. C. A., Summer '23. A tnlker of' unusunl merit, n maker of friends- ln other words, n. campus success. H. J. HOLLAND ....... .Moulton Scwucf Mnsonle Club. Ilnconselously, Horace has placed hlmself before us so wevcunnot full to like and admire him. LYMAN F. IAIOLLAND, H K A ..... Mobile ' Art: Honor Roll, '22-'231 Assistant Editor Corolla, '25g Junior Faculty, '25: Alnbumn. Quudrnngleg Unl- verslty Rand, '24-'25, Fellowslllp In Spanish, '25. Smart? Yes! A Spanish shark! A frequentel' of Montevnllo, and nn nll-round true fellow. Ronnm' M, HOLMAN, K E ..... Dothan Arts Glee Club, '24-'25: Stags: Assistant Business Mon- nger Glec Club, '25, Gle Club Qun.rtctte, '25g Gleo Club Cust, "'I'ut! 'l'ut! Tut!" "One Knnughty Knight." Bob's deep-water buss, hnppy rllsposltlon, und clownlsh :miles ru-e campus features. Taking Geol- ogy XVII In Marlon, A.B. here, und :L few odd courses on the Il'll7H-EUl'0lCH, Bob! BEN A. I-IUosoN, A X A .... Montgomery Arts Scubluwd und Blade: "A," Club: Vnrslty Football, '24g Vurslty Bnslcetlmll, '24g Freshman Footbnll, Busketlmll, und Bnselmll. Everybody knows "I-HH Ben"-he is the cspeelnl fuvorlte ol' u eertnln "Cowboy," MARY Lnnn HURT, A l' A .... . Marion Ari: - Mnry Leah came, saw, :md conquered every- thing nnd everybody. JonN D. INGRAM, JR. . . . . Delta .-1rl.r Phllonmthlcg Polltlenl Sclencc Club: Business Stuff Crimson-White, '25. "lied" is n. flne friend nnd fellow of nll his class- mntes. llls eloquent address will mnko him n fn- vorlte ln nny flcld or forum. 92 "" " "" 1 V f lEi!l!g ' ' ......... .... .... ....,...4 .... QROLLA CFWUGWWH unior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ELBAER Russnu, Ivlsv . . . . . . Pinchard Arts Thoy my ho nov:-r slot-ps untll all his lessons th he flnds time to mlx nn- prl-para-d. At any ru 4, XL lut. JonN C. JAMESON, E X . . West Point, Miss. Ari: Arvh Club. VVhon n blur streak ls sm-on comlnp: drlwn tho 4-loud ol' dust, onv 1-nn he sure rnnd, follows-d hy n tlmt John ls lu-ndod that wny. SHAEFER F. JARRELL . . . .Lafayette Art: Pre--M4-d UIuh,'23-'24: Euphlnns, '23. lw nmlmlrnd. Sllnffcl' has his 1-yes on xt mllstnnt gcml. Stmulfustnoss ls to FRANK JENNINGS, ll- A 9 . . . . Eufaula flris Pun-llullonlu Counvllg Knuvosg Blxu-kfrlnr Road Trip, '24, ' ' t to know about ll thorn ls rmythlnp., you wnn Pnrls, just ask "Ezru." JAMES HoUs'roN JOHNSON, E A E . . Tuscaloosa flrls Jndvsg Svnlrlmrd and Blade: Ofllc-ers Club: Vurslty Football, '24. 1 do his star with the lndlos, und "Jimmy" has n a I IS working lmrd, und mnklng ilne progress towards stellar fxune in the football world. Club: "A" Ivrav Joi-1NsoN . . . . . . . Greensboro flrts lvr-y ls an uttrn.ctlvu cu-Cd who has lmlpc-Ll to make 311 11. vcry populnr number. NINA JouNsoN . . . . . . . Northport Art: 'Po n. fm-o lnstnntly nttrm-tlvc, this girl adds n mlnrl. Ronmrl' BRUCE JONES, 2 N. . . Jasper Art: Froshnxnn Football, '22: Vnrslty Footlmll, '23-'24: Jlulosg Executlvu Committee. Our nonillmtlun for the host-looklng football plnyor ln Dlxlo. A mnn worth lmowlntr. Loulsn JONES, K A . .... - - Tuscaloosa Ari: lndopumloncn ls hor nhlnl' nhnrn1-tlm bonror of' nn lnnor-ent oouutennnvo ibut. HS GUlfl"f'l'F! HUY93- ' l , 'vt we wish wc- dvllclously qulut mul unobtlus VPJS Snw more ol' hur. Hum-I W. JONES . . . . . Century f1rt.r Hugh has boon horn long nnougll t0 KNOW Just 1 tl om, how- Ovurylvody on thu 4-runpus. Ile kmw 1 - lb nd continues to meet vver, soon nftrr nrrlvn, n. thom. ' 93 .E-,45,:,,1v' U ' lf... r f-ij :I -A333 Gmffciiwfffflk T H E C .,.. .... ER .......... unior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES THOMAS W. JONES, JR. . . . . . Huntsville Art: Corolln Board, '22-'23-'24g Alabama Quadrangle: ltlfle Team, '25. Sodnto and tranquil untll once aroused, then displaying something wlthln that churneterlzes the superlor Ihllll. THOMAS JOYCE, II K KI' . . . .. .Tuscaloosa Arts Undoubtedly the frlcndllest, sincerest blt ol' hu- mltnlty we've rome neross yet. BARNEY B, KARRI-I, 'fl' 2 K . . . Carbon Hill Art: He ls our jelly honn from Carbon I-llll-n hoy whom everyone ztdmlres. AI,vIN SIDNEY KAR'rUs, K N . . Bessemer Arts 0 A K Fellow ln English: Phllomathlcg Blnckfrlnrsg Crimson-Whlte Stuff. '24g Corolla Board, '23g Honor Roll, '21-'23: Erosophir, '21, Sldnoy's short storles have already gained rec- ngnltlon ln the outside world. Hls llternry future ls promising. M. A. KEITH, K E ........ Selma ' Arts Alston comes to us from V. M. I. Ho likes 'Bmnn ond we like AlstoII. FRANCIS M. KOHN, fb A 9 . . Montgomery Art: Judes. A "big man" on the campus, with a true frlend for every lneh ol' his height. FRANCIS Vovo KLIYKIQNIIALI, . . . .Winfield Science Phllomnthlcg Erosophlo: Euphlrmsg Excelsior: Corolla Stuff, '23g Debntlng Tenm ot' Euphlnns vs. Litw Forum, '23g Color Bearer Co. "F", Artillery. A man of few words, yet with power to start and power to keep going. VIRGINIA LACEY, A 1' A . . . Demopolis Arts Keystone: Pun-Hollenlcg Honor Commltteog League ol' Women Voters. Ono cannot hm-lp but like VlI'glnIzL's pleasuntnvss and her love ol' the outdoors. FAY VIVIAN LAssI'I'ER . . , . Cedar Bluff Srirna' Fny ls one of the jolllest, friendliest, and most Carefree glrls to he found anywhere. MINNIE LEE, K A ...... . Selma Art: Ever bubbling over with fun and good humor, sho ls still the busiest, most etllelent llttle person you cfm lmnglnn. And she gots so mrmy letters! 9-lf 4t.nCEIw 'Sv' GWWDGW THE COROLLA socmsgsaesg ...........,......................................,..,.................................................,.,. . l1l'liO1' C1855 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES NCRVILLE R. LE1Gs Ill, A K E .... Mobile Ari: I3lnokl'rlztrs. Although thls is his flrst your ut Alnbmna. Nor- vllle has LL host ol' friends here. RUSSELL A. LEWIS ..... . Wetumpka Ari: Masonic Club: Freshmnn Bnselmll. '22, They say he spends lots of time at the Ranch- Klxthzfnls easlly understood-when one gets o. loolc SADIE LIDE . ..... . Bellev-ille Scimza' II M E Sadie is fnvored ol? the gods. Pleasant, and e heed full of sense. LEONE LEDFORD L1cH'rFoo'1' . . . . . Shorter flrtx Honor Committee, '24g Secretary-Treasurer Pre- Med Club, '23, Eresophle, '22g Girls' Rifle Tenm, '23: Y. W. C. A.: League ol' Vvomen Voters. Strong ln her studies, on the Honor Committee, and ln love, ls our ehurmlng Leone. ANNONA LINDLEY .... . . Montgomery Am "Attractive" and "lovable" are two ol' the many eompllmentury edjeetlves thut dest-rlbe Annonn. MYRNA LINDSLEY . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa . Art: She is Tuscnloosws own-very energotle and nd- mlred greatly. FRANCES Lnfscomn, II A . . . Demopolis Art: Blnekfrlnrsp Y. W. U. A.: Lengue of Women Voters. Frances is IL very delightful companion. She Came from Agnes Seott, and has proved herself the type of girl who wins the love und admire- tlon of all who know her. ROBER1' MATHERNE, A X A . . Beaumont, Tex. A rl: Edltor und Co-Founder of t e . - , Asslstnnt Editor Crimson-VVhltc. '24, '25i Corolla h Rztmmor Jmnmerg Stuff, '24-'i25g Pan-Hellenic, '25: SUIHS- "Bob" ls one of the hardest workers here. 1-Ie has done the University at renl sorvleo with the Rammer-Jammer. CLARENCE W. MA'l'PIEWS . Arts Educntlon Club, Fellow ' He takes great pleasure ln how ehemlrul theory works. ness worker. . . . .Roanoke ln Chemistry. shewlnx: the eo-eds An honest to good- JOSEPH HAKDIE MEADE, A T Q, . . Birmingham A rt: "Plein Joe," that crushing sneaks along on hls own bu gives him credit. grass-cutterl' "Joe" slness and everyone , 95 Ni 9 4 DSITI -5.1- - .- . N-' l - - - .,,, . ... -,,,,,, W ish: .1 .. . . , 45. .......... .... .... ......,.. .... 9 .... .... ,... if .......... unior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES AUS'l'IN R. MIEAIJOWS. . . . . . .Equality Sncnce Educ-ation Cluhg Phllomathlc. A man who has enjoyed his work nt the Unl- verslty and has certainly made his time count for the most. - PELI-IAM JoNnsMeRRn.1.. . . . . .Heflin Xlrls A fellow who llkes and has hls fun, yet turns ln good grades ln all courses. DAvm B. lVIxL..sa14, A K E . . Brewton Arts Jades. "Dave" has many friends on the c-anmus, chief among them belng Math and Freneh. Gusrkmn MILNER, A A A. . .Birmingham .flrts An actress, nn author, indivlduul, and oddly beau- tiful, Gustrlne seems the reincarnation of Curollnn, the heroine ot' her own story. JAMES A. MINTER, JR. . . . . Tyler Art.: One year ol' residence here shows how many friends a good soelnl mlxer can make--viz., James Mlnter. Louisa M1'rcHELL, A X Q . . . Prattville Arts Treasurer Pan-I-Iellenlu: Bly: Sister: Y. VV. C. A.: Educ-atlon Cluhg League ol' Xvomcn Voters. Her golden halr and sweet smile are u true Index to her sunny dlsposltlon. FRANK J. MIZELL, jk, . . . .Samson ' Art: Hls powerful, intent vlsmre onee frlghtened us, but now we know it ls penetrating earnestness. WILLIAM WRIGI-rr Mormon, II K 1D . . Fayette Art: Some are destined to begln ellmhlng the ladder even ln college. JAMES M. NIONTGOMERY, X 'flu . . Lincoln flrtx Seuhbard and Blade: Arch Club. Bly.:-hearted ".llm" thinks the sun rlses ln the west-down around New Orleans. MAURICE PAUL MOORIE, E A E . Senatobia, Miss. Arts 'Hottentot Club. ll' "Hut" gets nothing else out ol' college, wo are sure he wlll net a mate. A sure bet for any aer-ompllshrnent. 96 r-at l - f-M - - -.Q ,"'i3.,3.Y,,r! by ,lit re . - ,i ,kv , , I... 4:- NIllIllIllllllllllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIlllllllllllIIIIlllfwmIlllllllllllIllIlllllllllllllllllIIIIIIllIIIIllIllIIIIIIIIIlllllllllhli IIIIIII IillIIlIIllIIllIIlIIIlII unior Class :""' 'r '. 1. X' -X, COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ,. A ' O 'I ' A sh Mn.muan JOSEPIIINE Mookn, A A A . Birmingham I 'Y ,flrls Honor Roll, '23g Honor fflllllllliltlftl xv0llHlll'H Uounm-Il. ' n tho slnnrlurd It.'s 5.54-In-rully hnrd to lixu up t . . nf l'hl Hom Kummu slstvr-hut un urllst s-nn vnslly 111-sign suva-4-ss. ROBIERT F. MOSliLX', 'I' l' A . .Birminghmn xlrl: A nmn oi' thc world, "Hola" is n 1 in Gm-olupxy XVII. 1: king xl rm-ornl Josm-nrslc Nrzvn.m2 Muswmcv, A I' A . Daphne f1r1x K A II L4-m.:uv ol' XK'omr-n Vnh-rs: X. XX. 1. .. frlursg ldclur-utlnn Ulnhg llunur Holi, '23-'24Ip l'lg 1"rvshmun N1-wlnnlun t'Iuh, '23, "Jo" ls sn vursntllu thut wo In-sltutu In-fnro hor llnu of tnlunls. Shu is n sluchent, wull known nnxl well Inv:-41. A nh-llcutu 1'hl!l'lll Is uhout lu-l'. . . . .Fort Payne ' ' L' A' llluvk- FLOYD B. MCCURDY . . flris A lovm' ol' thu l'0Ul'SOH In is tln-ru with ull work, on-n l'hysh-s, und uno who nftux' thu night hm-l'urn-. JULIAN F. MCCFOWIN, A K E .... Chapman .'7r1.r Julinn's Hlxu-kfrizu' flllll0, ox:-4-llvnt svholuslh- rw-nrrl, und n,dmh'uhI4- 1-Imrzu-tux' have nmrkcll hhn HH unc ul' AhLlmnm's host. CARL MCKlNNliX', A T A . . Birmingham flrls 1 Junior Tmsuhnll Mun:u.:1-r, '2Alg Ilushu-ss Stuff' Urlnlsml-White-. Ill- Is ,Inst um- nl' thnsm- l'a-Ilmvs who is we-ll llln-xl by ull who know him. llc lHll'lN his huh' In thn- nliddlo fn hurl slgnj, shlnus his shoes, mul is wild nhout thu 1-0-ods. FRANCES MCNAIR, E II ..... Tuscrllnosu 4411: Y. NV. C. A.: Pill!-Ht'lll'llli'. All the quulllh-s whlvh ln-nd to nmkn Il f'l'llHlh5 nttrxu-tlvu and holuvud urns found In Elnnm. JAMES li, NIiI1LIi'l"l', 22 X . . Morgan City, Miss. - flrls lloltolltnt flluh. Arn "Jhnn1In's" Frcquc-nl vlslls to CHIUIIIIDUH duo to luvu For his IIUIIIU stnlc? NVU wondor. CAREY P. Nlal.soN ....... Millerville Sfirnrr l+I1'llu'utlun Uluhg I'hH0lllllUlil'Z Ifluphlnn. Ill hnvv llvvldoll to unlllv KVA only wish hu 1-on . wlth us lmforu his junior your. Loulsla NICHOLS, A Z . . . . . Tlmmnston flrls Blur-kfrlnrs' El'os0DhiC- . Inuls- IQ quivt rs-tirhip: mul nttrnl-tivo. lhosu 4 .L . , dimples huvu run nmny mun wild. 97 WEEE 'L nA'n " v' E s-sz-asm - - .,........ .... .... ......,.. .... E2 .P L A WEGMBGME unior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES DRAY'I'oN NAEoRs, fl' K 2 .... Birmingham Arts "Gentleman Nabors" from W. Nr L.: a shark for the golf game and always ready for any fun. KA'l'lIERlNE NUCKOLS . ....... Fayette Aff! President Girls' "A" Club: Varsity Basketball, '23-'24: Erosophle, '23: Corolla Board, '23: Key- stone, '24: Y. W. U. A.: Big Slsters: Vice-President Girls' "A" Club, '24. "Cowboy" is a sure-enough good Sport, and as honest as you flnd them. SAM W. OLIVER, H K A . . . . . Dadeville flrts Crimson-White Staff, '25: Excelsior Lltorary. A new man who has won a huge place ln our hearts. Personality plus smllos wln. FRANCES ORR, A A II . . . . . Birmingham Ari: Blaukfrlars: League ol' Women Voters: Y. W. C. A. "GoldlloI:ks" ln a blue silk dress and wlth a rosy peut-yet her reports show she's really qultu grown up. EDWIN C. PAGE, JR. ....... .Evergreen fl rf: True merlt and worth never found a more sulta- hle resting place than on Ed's shoulders. W. F. PALMER . . .... . . . Dothan flrls University Band, '22-'23-'24. I This Irishman has been at the Capstone long enough to make many "A's" and many friends. That's what he came here for. RUTH PALMER, A A A . . . . . Jasper Art: Girls Rifle Team, '23: Y. XV. C. A.: League ol' Women Voters. "Fljl's" a good sport, "hehe jebelng" on her way to Mandalay, meanwhile handling a Para- graph. Ut lsn't a whole Paige now.J AUGUSTA CURTIS PARR, A Z . . . Greensboro zlrls Y. W. C. A.: Honor Committee: President Pan- Hellenic Council: Keystone. So demure, so interesting, so sweet--that's Au- gusta Parr. And ln studies she stands second to 110110. HAMILTON PERKINS, A X A . . . Ensley Arts ' Assistant Cheer Leader, '23-'24-'25: Blackfrlars. "Ham" ls Alabama's all-Southern cheer leader. Full ol' life, and buhhllng over. I CLAUDE PERRY .... . . Parrish - A rl: One of the flrm of Jones 8: Perry. A genuine friend and a great player for our football team for the next two seasons. 98 mel " rflnfll 11 w THE COROLLA mggsssggwg ........,....,...,,,.,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, . unior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES ELIZABETH PERRY . . . . . . Montgomery Sauna' Y. W. C. A.: League nl' Women V0t0l'S: Ellucgg- UOH Club. '24-'25g 13. S. U., '24-'25. There aren't many girls like Elizabeth. Her 'ood qualities frlonds and associates tell her many I, So she really needs no eulogy. JOIIN AL'I'oN PHILLIPS. . .BrooksvilIe, Miss. Ari: l-lo never misses an athletic contest: an authority on sports as well as his studies. NATHAN E. PHILLIPS, X '42 . . Piper flrts The field of medic-ine has another young and Dromlslng Inllll in "Doc-." RUTH PARK . . . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa A rl: Ruth can be said to have Sweet and indelible lIl0I1l0l'y. loft behind her a LOUISE POWELL, II A .... Woodberry, Ga. Art: Attractive and clever is this fair damsel. Enter Louise-exlt worry! 1-ler wlt ls not surpassed ex- ffellt by her ablllty to compose odes. I-IAIWEY S. Pucn, ll K fl' . . . Oshkosh, Wis. Science From the coldest cllmo wlth warmest heart. REX D. ROACH ......... Geneva Arts Pre-Med Club, '22-'23-'24. Rex can study read a novel, and glve nleaslire ' rc. to some Unlverslvty miss-all in the nlght s wo Hosmnk M. ROBERSON ....... Nauvoo Art: K A H President Erosophlc, '21g Freshman Deolamatlon Contest: Phllomathleg Quadrangle: Masonlv Club. Hosmer ls a quiet, lllceable gentleman who has elected to come bar-k to his Alma Mater for hls degree. To his many former frlends he has added maIIy more. MARY RonIaR'rsoN . . . . ' . Heflin flrl: K A II Honor Roll. '23-'24: Fellowship In Educ-ation: Glrls' Basketball Team, '23-'24: Serretary Girls' "A" Club, '23-'24: Honor Connell: Education Club. Energetle, straightforward. ambitious. and truo are Mary's attributes. Her many A's show sho's smart, besides. ESTIIER ROSENFELD. . . . . .Tuscaloosa Art: A disposition that ls enviable--she takes every- "Wh It's tho use to thing ln the calm, plauld way. I worry?" 99 . ' .. -.:.e X ' 'W 'lE ....W.... .... .... .......... .... E2 .. .. SR 4 WJGMQQWWQ v unior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES NIELLIE ROWE . . . . . . . . . .Reform Ari: Education Cluh. Ulmrmlm: of nntnnor nnd oxtromoly swoot ol' disposition closr-rllu-s N1-llio oxuc-tly . ELISE Russutl., K A . . . . . Selma Ari: Pi. A heart-lwortlcor-lwnutll'ul, calm, and 'IYll'LHl'lf'Uf'. VVo'vo oI'ton wmulorod how sho nnumges them so c-lovorly, hut that is the ss-1-rot-sl1o's just hursolf. MEMMON CLEDITH SCALES. . . Coker Sriena' A lmrd workor. modost, and f-onsorvntlvo, but n. truo friend to ull who know him. J. E1,r.Io'r1' Scmmououos, K A . . Mt. Willing flrlx Corolla Stuff, '25, Ho always hits at good word for ovorylrmly, und that is one oi' thu rn-nsons for his nntny frlonds. MARY Lois SCIIARNAGEL . . . Tuscaloosa flrls Honor' Roll, '23-'24g Nowtonlnn Club. AVO lmvo yet to flnd hor Inu-king. Sho possesses 11 fnoo that rndlutos sin:-orlty. FRED L. SCOTT, E N . . . . Montgomery Arts Blau-lcl'rlnr. Congonlnl ln disposition and plonsunt in manner. En pxtssatnt, ho dom-s not soom to dlslllco tho "rLmoh" ut ull. r1'UNS'l'ALl. Snmzcv, A K E . . . Tuscaloosa flrls Tunstall possesses two qunlltlos whlvh In pur- tlr-ulztr will nmko him XL surwcoss-common sonso und nn zxgrooxthlo disposition. Tnoivms WESLEY SEWELL, II K A . . Titus flrls Sovrotxwy Clnss '23g Corolla Stuff, '25. His wortlmoss is wonmn. Though yon look the world ovc-r you will not find it num morn morlost and moro worthy oi' amy mnn's trust and Con- flclonco. WINNIE Smm-1, A A A . . . Birmingham Arts "Fr'llls mad fuss ond Irish lovo songs" romlnd us ol' Nvlnnlo. JULIHN SM1'r1-I, ju., fl' A 9 . . . . Selma Arts Klmvos: Exooutlvo Commlttoo, '24: Crimson- Whito Stuff, '241 Altorxmto llonnr Commltloo, '24. Jullon ls ft stcmly, rollnlxlo lwoyg nt lonst, that's wlmt ono ol' lust yonr's no-ods suys. IO0 ,sf 'gg mg" j ...Rf 4......l::lfl3-"IJ ' .,,,, A FMJGMDGH THE COROLLA wggewegewg 3. IIllIIIIllIIIIIlIllIlIlIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIllIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIlIIllIIIIIllIIlIIlIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII llllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIlIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll unior Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES TPIOMAS N. SNEAD . . . . . . . Gadsden flrfs Handsome und the secret sorrow ol' more thnn 0110 of the fnlr sex. IRIS PHENE SNEAD, TI A. .Gadsden flrls Educ-n.tlcn1 Club: Big Sisters: Y. W. C. A. lrls Phone vaune to us lust yenr from Brennu. Her blxufk hnlr and large expressive eyes help to nmke her one of Alu.bunm's renl benutles. Oh, XVur-r-ren! 4 Aumuw MARIIQ Smack, E II . . Miami, Fla. Special Pun-Ht-llenle Counell: Keystone: Y. NV. C. A.: Pre-Med Club. None can compare, for none is so fnlr. Levns B, S'I'liPHENS . . . . . . Skipperville Sm-nee This future sehnol teacher Impresses us by his serious mlen, und his lutent power of len.d0rsl1ln. JAMES FRANKLIN S'roNaR .... Montgomery Arts Honor Roll, '22-'23: Junior Faculty: Y. M. C. A.: Quadrangle: Delegate to Internntlomtl Students Volunteer Convention: National Students Connell, '24 A lender ln the Christian activities ol' the c-mnpus and at man in whom everyone has faith and von- fldence. CONWELL Sr-:our SYKES, A K E . Aberdeen, Miss. Arts Erosophln, '22: Crimson-White Stuff, '23-'24-'25: Uorolln Board, '23-'24-'25: Executive Committee, '24-'25: Honor Roll, '22-'23-'2-1: Hottentot Club: Judes: President Judes: Pollticnl Science Club, '23-'24: Foothull Sqund, '22: Secretory Newtonian Club, '23. An Honor Roll nmn, Conwell ls well known and liked throughout the University for his many nativ- ltles. MARTHA TAYLOR, A I' A . . . Atlanta, Ga. flrls Vive-President of Georgln Club: Y. VV. C. A.: League ol' Women Voters. Murtlm's smile rndlntes friendliness. NYC don't wonder at her string ol' llenrts. MRS. J. W. TAYLOR . . . . . Nanafalia flrls Inspiring bevnuse of her eztrnestness. RAvMoNn G. Tlaw ........ Ward Art: Education Club. A fellow who ls sincere and ln every resin-1-t :L gentlr-nmn. JAMES RonnR'r Tl'lAMES, JR., fl' A 6 . Birmingham Ari: Glen Club, '2-I. N "Bob," the popular mixer and unlversnl favorite. IOI -' Y - -qi M ' Lg, 'v " S,3.H . l'r-1-. 1' .ff ,...1.,.. .... .... .......... .... Sl .... El .... .... :fl ........,. llI1iO1' Class .,. COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES IIENRY L. r1llDWl!l.l. . . . . . . Albertville flrls , Educ-ntlon Club. Ill-nry in known us hnvlnp: put mu:-h into Uni- versity lltor:u'y soc-luty lII'u. LYMAN r.ll0Ul.MlN, 0 E . . . Mobile flrts II M E Q.. .-r ' - Junior Fm-ultyg Corolla Board, '243 Honor Roll, " '2Zl: Fvllowslmlp in Muthg Quaulmulglug Plmtogruphlu Editor' Corolla, '25. Lyxnun is onu of Dr. 0tl's-1 nhlo assi:-xtzmts. Ile 4 I:-1 qulot, ru lrrllllxnlt. stud:-nt, und ls wull llkud by ull who know hlm. jon DOWISRY rfURNER . . . Adger Arts Scvl'utm'y Mnsonlr- Club. ji .Too uttxwlmcs hlmru-ll' to Lln- wzunlorlng l'm:t with " N-lc-rlty und hulrls on. ' CnAR1.lss Twuunv, JR., fl- I' A . . jasper Arts Honor Iioll, '23. 'Q Clmrllo ls re good studs-nl and possc-asus lndl- Z vlduul trnlts of clmrxu-tvr und 1n-rsonullly. " PERRY Twrrrv, 1' E ....... Allsboro Ari: ',,- Rifle Tuning Euphlnns. I"m'ry is nn nec-urnto shot on thu rlho tomn, nnsl M- W- just us zwvurute in nmking A's on uxzmxhmtlons. A A I'I1zRcHmL WILLIAM VAN SAN1' .... Ensley ' Arts Aj". A nmn whom ull would like to know und dis- 3, r-ovur the soc-ret ol' his sternly and uunslstc-nt sf nrogrcss. HELEN WALLIS, X S2 . . . Tuscaloosa " flrts ' Tfll2l,L'lCfl'l!l.I'HI League ol' NVomon Voters: Y. XV. C. A.g Pun-lflullunlu Counc-ll. " No gre-atm' uompllmunt r-ould lm pnld to llvlun R than to 1-ull hcl' n lxrllllnnr. uollvcm-Iutlollullst. , V GRACE WARD . . .... . . Centerville Arts Y. W. C. A.: Hall Clmlrnmn: R. S. U. Coum-ll. A 1-ln-u1'y word, IL sunny srnllu, and Graco has helped somvuno :L1.:nln. Shu always dons. FRANCES VVARU, K A ...... Greensboro Arlx Frnn4'c-u lllu-:4 n In-nutlful and lovoly TOOID, to whlc-h one has to Ilnd tho kvy llufurjo one run ' enjoy lt. MEM C. Wlmn, A T S2 . . . Demopolis flrls Arvh Cluh. H1-Nlrlv:-1 gnlnlng :L prmnlna-nt nluoo on tho Knnpn. holla vout ol' nrms, Mum hun omlcxmrod hlmsc-ll' to ull who lmvu In-on ywlvllogocl to know hlm. ll: 102 7 -1. "l"f"f .1 """"'Ql "' R R. l lfg f: - ' E ......... .... ,... .,....... .... E2 .... R .... ER L A WUGMYWWF5 'L'lI1i01' Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES MARIE LOUISE Wann, K A . . . Demopolis Arts Hero we Hnd refinement and friendliness with :L flnh ol' lIIdlfl'eI'enI'e to mnke us love hex' more. She's so sweet and c-npuhle and dear! W. H. WEEKS, A X A . . . . jackson, Miss. Pre-Mad. "VVen XVlllle" has :L 'Prince ol' XVnles look, st Mlsslsslppl drowl, and lms gone hack on Mlllsnps for 'BIunn. MA'I'I'IH Sun WI-IA'I'I.Isx', A X Q . . Montgomery Ari: Newtonian Club: Keystone: Y. XV. C. A.: Corolla Bonrd, '24-'25g I"nn-Hellenic Councll, '24-'25g Rh.: Slstersg Educ-ntlon Uluhg League of Vvomon Voters. She ls It girl of high ideals nnd possesses that !ll'l0I'lllllHl.I.l0ll that ls necessary to accomplish grunt tasks. ELIZA J. WILCOX . . . . . Nokomis , Sczence , Dlgnlty combined with strength and pei-somtllty :nuke Miss NVllcox :L most interesting flgure. MARGAIIIVI' ANDERSON WILLIAMS, A A A . . . . . . . . . . . . .Laurcl,Miss. Ari: - "She'll go l'DlllI'I,ll1'll'll.f through n romplng llfe- time to the duwnlng of the judgment day." ROY R. WILKII2, 6 2 ....... Mobile .4rl.r A 'I' E Quztrlrmnrleg Bl:LI-kfrlnrsg llonm' Roll, '22-'23g Tennis Uluhg Opera, Cluhg SeeretuI'y and Treusurox' ol' Students Uounell, Y. M. C. A. An llonor Roll man. nn netor, 11 writer, n. frlend and Itltogetlxer n stabilizer ln the wheel of the University. I-Ifxzm. K. VVILLIAMS, Z T A . . Dechercl, Tenn. .flrts ltllle '1'L!ll,lTl, '23-'CHQ Blu Slsts-rs: Y. WV. C. A. Hazel left frlonds nt Rsmdolplm-Mxufon only to flnd new ones nt 'BILInn. A smart glrl, with u lovable disposition. GEORGE H. WILSON, 22 X . . Washington, D. C. Ari: I3l2l'l'kl'l'lll.l'SQ Corolla Art Stnllfg Stairs. George ls a. nmn that "rn.tes"-he is xt good artist und, ns the popular expression goes, "he's IL regular lmlles' mon." How C. WINsLE'I"I' . . . . . . . Dadeville flrls Freshman Footlmll, '22g Freshman Bnselmll, '22p Varsity Football, '24g Vurslty Brtselmll, '2f1g Bleek- frlars. I-1oyt's sterling Ch!ll'1lCtGl' makes hlm well worthy ol' representing AlI1hILmIL Oll tho 'ACPIHISOXI Tide." PERCY G. Wooo . . . . . . . . . Selma A,rt.r ' Original in his own sense and endowed withal with personal magnetism. 103 - - .. ,II I ll . - --.-1--A I . 1iEA!I'12 " +'ff In-I 1 ......... ..., .......... .... R .... L A Wfigwffflmff unior Class SCI-IOOL or COMMERCE RALPH E. Armms, 21 X . . . . Jackson Com m fra' A K Xl' X Class President, '25g Vic-e-President Cotllllon Club, '25p Corolln. Board, '25, Arrzh. A prlnce of n. fellow, and the best-loolclnp: t-ll1.7mu. Chl. Most llkuble ond one ot' Shnlerks lnslrle men. MAX S. BAUM, Z 13 T . . . . . Montgomery Commarcz' Erosophlc, '22, Commerce Club. How this boy does get hls lessons up! And they say he does o lotto eourtlng nlong with lt. MoxLEY L. BECK. . . . . . . .Glenwood Cornmcrce VVe've wntrzlmd hlm many tlmes und wondered how he keeps hls excellent sllenve. ERNHS1' BELL. . . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa Co In rn crm The mnxlm. "thought and nblllty work ln silence," might well be applied to Ernest. Louis BELL ..... . . . . . .Albany Comnlerco Club. Louis has at voice of whlc-h one might be proud, und xt reputation mnom.: freshmen. J, E. BISHOP, TI K A . . . . . Tupelo, Miss. Commerce Unlvorslty Bond, '22-'23-'24: Seronztdn-rs. '24-'155. Erk ls the newest ncqulsltlon ol' the Capstone tlI'0l'l0Sl.l'lL, and he surely does "whip" at trombone. ORMOND O. BLACK. . . . , .Tampa, Fla. Comvlwrce Euphlnn Secretary, '24, Corolla. Bourd, '24-'25, 1"m'cnsle Erlltor Crlmson-White, Asslstont Business llinnnger Corolla, '25. Ormond ls probably better known nmonp: our fnlrer element, but he eun't help belng handsome. FRANK I. Bowm . ....... Talladega C o m In ara' Junior Faculty, Fellow in Math: Honor Roll, '24: Erosophio, '22: Erosophlc Delmtlng Team, '22, Pres- ldent University Chrlstlnn Endeavor: Vice-President Unlverslty Sunday School Class: Tennis Clubp Life Service Bond: Delegate International Student Vol- untoor Conventlong Delegate to Blue Ridge, '24, Phllomuthle Llternry Soolety. Mr. Bowie ls one of Deon Bldgood's most con- selontlous nsslstnnts, who strlves nlwnys to be alert. He ls one of the outstanding rollglous workers on the enmpus. LEWIS A. BONIFAY . . . . . Andalusia Commerce Indexed by the foot that he ls on the front row ln class. JOHN MACK BROWN, K E . . . . . Dothan Commerce ' Freshman Football, '22: Varsity Football, '23-'24, Arch Club: Corolla Stnl'l', 'Z5. Alnbomn.'s dushlng, flrtshlm: hnlflmek The secret sorrow of all our eo-eds' hearts. 104 mlil l A ' 1" .. - ,1-,pw "" sll E111 . M3 ......... .... .... .......... .... E ,O L L WCEMUWW L1Ill.O1' Class SCI-IOOL OF COMMERCE Josnrn M. BREXTHNBACII, E A M . . Demopolis Commrrce Tennis Club, '23: Uommeroe Club, '23, Ser-ond Lieutenant, Co. "M", '2-ig Captain tio. "L," lt. U. T. K.. Woman hater? Not Hlnr-e he vlslterl M. S. C. XV. A real man anal a true I-CL'IllllllTH'lH. FRANK H. Bnomuuxc, A K E . .Birmingham Commcru' Newtonian, '23g University Band, '23-'2'l1 Com- merve Club, '24: Blac'lcl'rla1'sg Junior Manager Ras- ketbnll, '25p Arch. The tlnanelnl wizard ol' Unvle Tom's oabln-he makes lt where they n.ln't none. WILLIAM D. Bkl'r'r, E A E . . Birmingham Com In fra' ' Key-lee, BlaekI'rlarsg Thomas Medal: Sl'fl.lllHll'll and Blade: Vlee-President Junlor Comlnerve Ulassp Captain Co. "E." Blll seems to be learning somethlnp: ln spite ol' the fact that he ls studying Commerce. B. LA FAYlE'l'l'E B URGIN ...... Reform Com lu fra' lNVl1o r-ares to r-hallenge hlm for the Am-ountlng t tle? JULIAN BU'1'l,laR . . . . . . VVooulvi!le Commrrrrr Eunhlan Literary Sovlotyg CUll'llll1'l'l'1! Ulnb. An all-round boy who does not know how it lk-el:-1 to make below an "A." 'ICHOMAS C. BYRUM, A X A ..... Ensley lIldlQ5fl'lH! Mdlldg1'!IlfIll Sl-abbard and Blade: Manager Trzu-lc anrl Cross- Cfountry Team, '24-'25, Captain Il. 0. T. U. "Tom" ls the mentor ol' University trac-lc avtlv- ltlrrs and the "secret sorrow" ol' many a vo-ed. Downie C. CADE, fl- A 9 . .... Tuscaloosa COIlHllt'l'l'L' llld sonn-body say lt took a Tue-xenloesa boy to vatch a Tusr-nloosa belle? BROADUS M. CONNATSER, A T A . . Clanton C o m rn frm A K Nl' Exec-ullve Committee: "A" Club: Adv:-rtlsllnz fflubg Varsity Baseball, '23g Freshman Baseball, '22 "Connie" is one of those Follows that know how to be happy and aprreenble. I-Hn Stellar playing at the lnltlal sack on the baseball team has won hlm many admirers. ANDREW COIIEN, 2 A M . . . . El Paso, Tex. Comnzrrrn ' Freshman Football, '22g Freshnmn Ra:-xketlmll, '22, Freshnmn Baseball, '22, Vnrslty Football, Bas- ketball, and Baseball, "A" Club. The Texas jaekrabblt. Only 145 pounds, but a three-letter man. "Nuf sell." Enwmxo E. CRAIG . ,, . . . . Moulton C 0 rn m ara' Commoreo Club: Treasurer Junlor Cemmerve Class. In his frlenclly and wlnnlng manner he has won the admiration of the entire class. 105 VT Y , ,X -: 'W 1 Q., , Nl- ' , xl. "WMA .l'l X V, , .y CFWGNWDGW THE COROLLA WGWWEGWWD IIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIllIIIllIIllIIIIlIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIllIlIIllIIIIIIIIIllIlIIllIIIIIIIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll unior Class SCHOOL OF COMMERCE HIERSCI-IEI. F. DAVIS . . . . . . . . Coxey Cn In Ill crrt' V X Commerce Club. I-lersrrhel has eomblned scholarship with actlvo partielpatlon in outside activities. BEN M. ENIS ....... . . Fayette Commerce Varsity Football, '23-'24, Freshman Team, '22, Bfln is 11 flulet fellow, plays a consistent game ol' football, and has a truo frlend ln everyone who knows him. JAMES HARLAIN Fumml, fl' 2 K .... . . . . . . . . . .Alexander City Com m rrce IT M E Newtonian Club, Press Agent Sophomore Com- merce Class: Commerce Representative on Crimson- Wllliffl Corolla Board: Quadramrleg Commerce Club: Fellowship ln Math, Junior Faculty. A "Cutie" drags around the Ranch enough to be an authority on "figures," J. H. GLENN, 2 A E .... . Florence Commerce Arch Club. The ternptation was too great for Hayes, so he returned, determined to earn a "sheepskln." MAX GOLDBERG . . . . . . . . Sylacauga Com vu zrrcz' A business man whose systematlzetl life is varied by exelamatlnns of' "wat nlx." Gsokce ALLEN I'lAAs, A K E. . . Mobile Comlnnrre Freshman Football. '22g President Soplmnmore Class: Arvh Club: Forensic Uounellg Corolla Board: Junior Far-ultyg Fellow in Aeeountinlr. Endowed with pleasant manners and enmmon sense galore, George has endeared himself to many a heart. Wu.L1AM J. l-IANCHEY, 1' 2 ...... Troy Commcrre Commerce Club: Reporter Euphlan Literary So- ciety: University Band, '22-'23. "Bill" says Commerce is the only safe ship to take in all the storms ol' vollt-ku liI'e. We are bet- ting on hlm as the potential mllllonalre ol' the University. SANDA B. Hm.Ms . . . . . . . Blue Springs Cornmrrcc Euphlan Llterary Society: Commerce Club. A most Outstanding: example ol' the steady busl- ness man. Ho ls sure of lnevltablo success. A. EARL Kino, 1' E ....... Leighton Commarcc Commerue Club: Masonic Club. One of our deep-thinking men of affairs and friend of everyone. A good fellow among good fellows. JAMES ARCHER KING, 2 A E . . Alexander City Commerce WVlth hls happy dlsposltlon and art of quick ac- quaintance:-mhlp, he has made many friends. DONALD L. KNEER, A T A .... Peoria, lll. Commerce "Don" halls from lllinols, but he has been here long enough to make n. record along scholastic lines. He ls always friendly and well llked by his Yellow-students. 106 lgw , . , 'A i ' -' A--f f fffefs' -. ' 4 uk- VH -hui fy 7 THE COROLLA WCNWWWIZ5 ..................................................................,.1.....................,.........5..,..,.............,.............,,. 1 ........,........................,..,...,, unior Class SCHOOL OF COMMERCE ' ciiims W. Lruvr, A K E . . . rlelenn, Ark. , Com mrrn' 5. Knnvf-sg Glue Club: Crimson-White Stnl'I': Pres- ident Olllc-ers Club: Cnptnln Scnhbnrd und Hlnde. 0 'F A sweet tenor nncl nn nttriurtlve pc-rsonnllty hnve .H ,- mnde Uhnrllo popular, especially with tho fnlr sex. IIARRY A. MARTIN, 'fb I' A . . . Laurel, Miss. rr. Co m m fra' V Erosollhle, '22: Secretory Erosopllio, '22, Fresh- mnn Footlmll Team, '22, Vnrslty Squad, '23-'2-lg if Mlsslsslppl Club. "Hunk" hns' the nlrlllty to nmlce friends, hold them, and lend them. H e hns served on the foot- Iinll squad three yours. MARSHALI. MA1uuo'r'r . ..... . . Mobile Com infra' Long, toll, und l'ull oi' the makings of n fine num. r VVARU MIXON . . . . . . . Bunn, Tex. ,rw Com nzzrrrc ., Commervo Club. Q., A depemlnblo friend and rr good scholar. WM joun T. MORGAN, JR, ...... Jones Mill Co m m fra' 1 Coxnnlerm Club: Euphlnn Lltcrnry Society. ' ,O He h:Lsn't so much to sny, but wlmt. he does say Qi' monns so much. His friends ure ns numerous :Ls -,QW his ns-quulntnnuos. A mf' S'rlaR1.ING MCGAULY, II K fl' . . Montgomery Commfrrc , Fra-slnnnn Rnslcctlmll, '225 Varsity Basketball 1- Sfllmd. '21l: Corolla sniff, '22-'23, "Slum-ky's" sterling: qunlllies ure heri-toforc llll- ' snr'p:n.ssed, yet not stuck on "Stum:ky." HERBHR'l'OSll0RNE . . . . . . Birmingham Commcrre Corolla Board, '25, This stnunvh and stendy friend 1-nnnot full to -W flaunt zu. successful Ilnp: in tho eonnnerclul fleld. Eowmzo Wn.I.mM PnNN1Nc1'oN, flf 1' A . . Q53 . ......... . Birmingham I A C o m Ill era' Blur:lc1'rlxu'sg Arvh Club, Corolla Board, '2-l-'25, , "Ed" wlll mid to tlm cheer ol' nny group-nnd , look out, women! HAROLD L. RANDALL, A T A . . . Morris, Ill. Commfru' His pleasing porsmmllty und "gilt o' gulf" hnvv ' won for him mnny friends nt 'Bzunn.. Grunt tlilnge-a 2 ' nre expel-Led of hhn. Ronmrl' BRUCE Ronnlvrsow, ll' A 9 . Birmingham Comnwrm Blaurkfrlnrs. Bruoe is c-stnbllshlng himself as n lending man l thx Blur-lcfrlnrs. this yonr-eslwelnlly will L 107 . agp .M T ml vi ......... .... .... ....1..,. ,... .... .... ff: ...:,..... l1I'li01' Class SCHOOL OF COMMERCE Jon H. ROBINSON, X fl' .... Alexander City C07ll1IlL'f'C17 ' A K XI' Pun-llellenle Council: Newtonlnn Club, '23: Com- merf-e Cluh: Arch Club. "lingo" has nll the makings of n shelk, even nut- urnl lnlllfference to women. L. D. SIMPSON, 22 A E . . . . Florence Commerte Glen Club, '23-'24: Freshman Tennis Team, '24: Blm'kI'rln.rs: Key-lee. A eleun-cut All-round fellow-n fnvorlte with everyone who knows him. ' BENJAMIN SOLNICK, Z B T . . Marion Commerce "Bennie," thn.t'1n'ec'louS little r-urly-hnlred boy from Marion, has n. wny ullout hlm that the ladies Just cun't withstand. JACOB M. Sor.oMoN . . . . . Gadsden Cn1n1nrrce Kind of nature, n. herd-working student and xt gentlemen of nblllty. SAMUEL R. S'rErrrENsoN, 111 A 9 . . Birmingham Comm era' Newtonian Club: Key-Ice. ' Wlmt with blufllng the Deon and the ludlvs nt the same time, Som has his hands full. LEE SULLIVAN, 1' E- ........ Gordo Commerce Seems to have u. peeullur knock ol' getting things done. Fuovn E. TURNERz .... . Deer Park Commerce Cnmmeree Club, '22-'23-'24: Euphlnns: Excel- sior: Radio Club. His grent knowledge has given hlm n mental re- serve that ls not easily shnlcen by frlvolltles. WILLIAM A. TURNIPSEED, K A . . Birmingham Commz'rcr' Judes: Junior Faculty: Fellow ln Aeeountlng: Secretary Junlor Commerce Class. For genuine good nnture, we nomlnnte "Hill" :LH the prize specimen. He surely knows Avi-ountlnpr, too. CHESTER H. WALKER, I' E . . . . , . Ralph Com1nz'rcL' Euphlans: Commerce Club: Junior Board Stew- nrcls: Freshman Truck Tenm, '23: Vnrslty Track Temn, 24. . His genial smile ls but n. reflection of our very pxrent joy ln knowlng such an excellent 1'ellow. J. Encmk WELSH, 112 K 22 . . '. . Vinton, La. Commerce This ls one of those worldly wonders who are nlwnys rently for xmythlnp: anywhere. We hope Tulnne wlll send us more llke hlm. J, A. McCoNNELr. YOUNG .... Livingston Commerce One of Sumter County's tlnest. Of Game Cock Club fume. ' 108 4 -'11,-.4..,f'! r IllIlIIllllIllIlllllIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll unior Class SCHOCL or ENGINEERING EDWIN T. BA'I'Es. . . . . . . . .Plevna Elcclrzcal Engznccrzng A. I. E. E.: A. A. E. "Red" is an engineer ot' noto and one whose work is never overdue. WILLIAM E. BUCKLER, A T A . St. Paul, Minn. Mechanical Engineering Freshman Football, '221 Varsity Football, '23-'24g "A" Club! A. A. E. An outstanding flguro in college activities. He has those rare qualities which make him capable of su 2. ull mixing engineering with football- messl' y and making a success ot both. HOWARD G. CAMP, 2 X . . Hattiesburg, Miss. Mzmng Engineering 1-Iottentot Club. A hard worker, and o coed. Very well liked. no who ls destined to suc- WILLIAM W. Conns, E X . . . . Montgomery Chemical Enginecrmg IIME,1'ZE,9T Fellow In Mathg Knavesg Honor Roll, '24g Junior Faculty. Ono ol' Dr. Ott's able assistants in the depart- n likes "Wlll1e." ment of Mathematics. Everyo e JAMES EDWIN DEDMAN, JR. . . . . . . . . Castle Point-on-the-Hudson, New York Mining Engineering Mining and Metallurgical Society: Secretary and Treasurer Mining and Metallurgical Society, '25g Junior Member A. I. M. M. E. "Jimmie," always bubbling over with good humor, ls ns a ray of sunlight cast over the Campus. Q ROBERT N. Fos'I'ER, A T Q .... Tuscaloosa Chemical Engineering Unassumlng and determined. Certain to flnd his Proper place at the top in his chosen vocation. R. FRANK FRAZE . . . . . . . . Huntsville Engineering ' Corolla Stuff, '23-'24-'25g Rliie Team, '25, d lot Frank says little and does much. Spen s a ol' time in drawing, and who knows but what he may take "Bugs" Baer's place in the future? . Andalusia Electrical Engineering- f I A. A. E. "Ed" ls hero pursuing knowledge and is fast gaining on It. En GANTI' ......... Jol-IN W. I-IAGER .. . . . . . . . Quinton Mining Engineering 1' 2 E A. I. M. M. E.: A. A. E.: Junior Faculty, Follow In Geology. 4 long to- John and his glasses have becn so Hether that we can't think of one without the other. J. A. HEREFORD . . . . . . . . . Gurley Chemical Engineering I' Z E I Alemblc Club: Junior Faculty, Fellow ln Chem- lstryg A. A. E. James divides his time between the Ranch and hooks and knows both thoroughly. HE COROLLA szoswsasng GNWDGWWGW IIII.IIIilIIIII'IIIIIIIDlIII.Ill'Int'II.IlulII'II'IlllIIIIII'II'III'I'IIl'II'IIIIIIllI.QIl'III'IIllII.III'lII.lII.llIIIII.IlI' H 109 :Lili f-'- - --1. f-- "fix, . -C r ---- r ff .-...-..4 - I - , ff, - . 1' 'f,.3,g'.: I Ilpiii-if' ,...,.,.. ..,. ..., ..,...... .... E2 .... S2 .... .... .... it .......... l.1I1i01' Class SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING JACKSON Gmns Hl'l'Cl'lCOCK ..... Midway Electrical Enginnrring Ilonor Roll. '23g Junior Faculty, Fellow ln Phys- lvl-IQ A. A. E. The captain of the forces conlnlandcd by Dr. Haudor. Huco HoI2IIN . . . . . . . . . . Wylam Eng1m'aring Those who have run from him as freshman give ample testimony to his prowess. WAI.'I'Ifk L. JONES . . . . .... Fairfield ClIl'I!lll'lll Engirznwrirzg One whose diligent application will gain for hlm the fame he deserves. AIvI'IIUIz EDWIN LIssI.Ie. . . . .Birmingham Mmzng Erlgirwcring A. I. M. M. E.: A. A. E. None dispute or take issue wheII a fact ls an- nounced from this fountain. MELVIN J, LIVINGS . . . . . . . . . Elba Eugzncrring Alabama Power Company Scholarship. Always careful, he wlll never be trapped in I1 mistake. Cool and safe. Jess LONG, 2 N ....... Osteen, Fla. Elerlrzral Engznraring Drum Major Band, '22g Jadesg Secretary and Treasurer Junlor Engineering Class: Football Manager, '24': Business Staff Rammer-Jarnmerg Sports Editor Crimson-White, '24g Junior Faculty, Fellow ln Physics. The "strutting" manager of the "Tech Wreck- er," very studlous and pleasant. WILLIAM A. MACDONALD, H K A, Madison, N. J. Induslrial Management Forensle Council: Ser-rotary and Treasurer Jun- ior Engineering Class: President Presbyterian Unl- versity Blhle Classy Track Squad, '23-'2-lp Basket- ball Squad, '22-'23-'24g Cross Country Squad, '23. "Yank's" lingo may easily be excused ln con- sideration of his sterling qualities and fair sports- manshlp. Faux B. MCLIQAN ....... Huntsville Mechanical Engmerring Anthnrsg DeMolay5 A. A. E.: Euphlans. His intellectual prowess cannot be judged by his stature. JOIIN W. PI3IaI1soN, fb K E . . . . . Florence Cifvz! Engzrwerzng 9 T Junior Faculty, Fellow ln Surveying: A. S. C. E.: Sen-rotary and Treasurer A. S. C. E., '24. "Little Poodle" learned thc ways ot' the Cap- stone back in 1919. Don't be begulled by that inner.-ent look, girls. ED H. PRl'l'CHE'l"l', 'fb 1' A . . . .Tuscaloosa Elertriral Engmeerzng II M E Junior Faculty, Fellow ln Math: Honor Roll, '22-'23, "Tubhy" is in turn a good mathematics ln- structor and a genuine good fellow. CECII, E. RANKIN. . . . . . .Montgomery Eleclrical Egzgznenrzng Honor Roll, '23-'24g Excelsior Literary Society: A. l. E. EJ A- A- E- The efllclenoy expert of the Correspondence SclIool. IIC L-"1 gg ...eg L mi., .......... ..., .... ......... .... E2 .... E2 .... .... .... fl .......... unior Class SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING ERNEST LEONARD RAINER, 111 A 9 . Union Springs Mining Enguzcrrmg Rho Alphn Tau. One who has vontrlhuted much to the Univer- slty and who will be looked huelc upon in the future. TOMMY READ, KI' 23 K . . . '. . Tuscaloosa Engznczrring Capstone Serennclersg Unlverslty Band, '21-'2Z- '23-'24p Glee Club, '22-'24. "Tommy" ls it drummer, nntl therefore very popular with women. Tnno. W. SNEED. . . . . . . . .Albany Cifvil Efzgirzrcrirzg A. A. E.: A. S. U. E.: Newtoninn Club. "Zero" ls smnll of stnture, but ns it friend, student, and ull-round fellow, he is any nmu's equnl. ETHELRICD LUNDY SYKES. fb K 22 . . Birmingham Induxlrial Mafzagmrwnt Glee Club. '22-'23-'2-15 Cast. 'Z3: Blnckfrlnrsg Corolla Board, '22-'23-'2-1: Crimson-Nvhlto Stuff. '24: Erosophlug Aluhnmn. Power Company Svhol- nrship. "Epps" stays on the r-nmpus with us just long enough to muke the Honor Roll, and then skips around with the Glee Club and Capstone Orvhes- trn. F. J. TARPHY . ..... . Allmny Engmcrring Mlnlng Club. The xzentlenmnly 4-umluvt ol' this mnn has made him nn outstztnfllmz ehzwneter on the enmpus. PAUL H. TUBE . . . . . . . . Brookwood Ellgillfffilly "A" Club: Vnrslty Baseball, '22-'23g Cnptnln Bnselmll, '2'1Z A. A. E. I Captnln Paul, ll' you please. The Crlmsons nmrle no mlstrtke when they chose hlm euptnln for this year. 1-lls record nlone put the Crlmsons over big. MALCOLM M. WALDINO . . . . . . Opp Engineering "Shorty" ls :L steady worker who makes good grades ln u dlfllvult course. t FRANK B, WOOD .... . . . .Lincoln Cifvil Ellglnfffllly A. A. E.: A. S. C. E.: Freshman Math Cluh..'22. A gentleman from xt town that bears n great 11111110- Ronsm' ARNOLD YOUNG, II K fb . . . Cullman Ifzdzulrial Management Behlnd that quite unassuming appearance ol' hlm lies it mighty force thnt wlll some clay startle the tlnnneinl world. , ' III ? . ,... V. "'i""v 'ff- moi ' 1 L-rr V f fffff- A- '-'f' ls! f .ff ' we-.4 I' ......... .... .... ......... .... .... .... .... ff: .......... unior Class OR SECOND YEAR LAW Ram B. BARNES, JR., 112 A 6 . . . . . Opelika CI: A :Ir Blac:ki'rlarsg Key-Ice: Honor Roll, '24. Some call him "insane," but those who know hhn best revel in his wittiuisms. Kranmak BAXLEY ,. . . . . . . Dothan fl' A A Masonic Cluhg Somerville Llterury Society. Keener has not only heneflted himself while at Alabama, but many can attest his Influence. EDGAR L. BELLINGER, III 1' A . . Gadsden QI: A :Im 13.3. Unlverslty ol' Alabama, '24: Pan-Hellenic Council, 'ZGQ Secretary and Treasurer Junior Law Class: Fresllnxan Deulamatlon Contest: Erosophle. "Skeet," they say, ls soon to be among the henedlcts. Nvnll, he has all the earmarlcs ot' sue- cess. RALPH Boorn . . . . . . . . . . Booth Somerville Literary Society: Law Forum. ' Achieving proprress not by the easiest way, hut hy the quickest. F. C. BRIDGES, Tl K fl' ..... Tuscaloosa Festus has won many an admiring glam-e with his charm and curly locks. Lnwxs Knox CA'ro, A E E . . . . '. Eufaula Corolla Board: Law Forum. Can any man do more than make himself ready for emergencies? A man who is ready at any call. CLAUDE T. Co'l'roN . . . . . Dothan 'I' A A "Judge" handed out the law as justice ol' the peace ln his heloved Dothan, then came to show us what a true jurist is. W. HENRY COWAN ....... Coffeeville Law Forum: Corolla Staff. A welcome visitor and one whose knowledge ot llI'e is based on practical experience. HARVEY T. DERAMUS, K 2 ..... Verbena Knavesg Pan-Hellenic Councllg International Atlas tlluh. Another shelk from Vcrhena who essayed to dethronn Dean .Farrah--will run for Justice of the pence In next county election. JACK L. Gmnnss, E A E . . . . . . . Troy Jaden: Law Forumg Corolla Board. "Hunkle" ls another of the crew that gave up an otherwise perfectly good life in order to study law. II2 v l '-ip 4 ..ar:': f 'iv :sry A' ' 'f ' .Lei ' ' THE COROLLA WUGWWDCNWI5 ..........................,.......,.......................1...............,...............,.............,.........................,................................................. unior Class OR SECOND YEAR LAW JOIIN L. GOODWYN, 22 A E . . Montgomery 0 A K Jasons: Key-Tre: Sea-rotary Jasons: President Junior Law Class: Corolla Board, '23-'24-'253 Ex- ef-utlve UtJlllll'lltll'4'1 Honor Committee. A man who has 11111610 proud in every sense ol' the word. To know him ls to like him. PETER BRYCE PIAMILTON, A K E . . Mobile 11: A KI: Vlee-President Junior Law Class: Corolla Boarrlg Jades. "Pete" has made an excellent record as a fresh- man lawyer and is now Vice-President of' the Junior Law Class. BENJAMIN HARDEMAN, A X A . . Montgomery 'I' A A Solnmervllle Literary Society: Honor Roll, '24p B.S. University ol' Alabama, '24g' Law Forum. A man who makes Hood Hrades in law and never gives one 4-ause to chantre that first hnprt-pg- slon-fll' you know what we IIIOIHIU. ROBERT LEE HARMON, E A li . . Montgomery Jafls-sg Executive Committee. Over his shlnlnp.: fave llves a beanxlng smile. One who trles to vamp the Dean of Law. ROBERT B. HARWOOD, A K E . . . Tuscaloosa :Ir A CI: Arch Club: fBlaI-kfrlarsp President First Year Tdlw UIHSS. '24: Parasites: Exer-utlve f'01llll'lflll!0 of' Uotllllon Uluhg XVlnnvr ol' Callaghan SL Co. Prize, '24g Honor Roll, '24p President Pan-llellenlu Uounell: Staff Rammer-Jammer. Besides belnp: President ol' the Freshman Law Class, "Bob" made the hlghest average In that I-lass. Rov E. I'IIcKs, A T A . . . . . . . . Ozark B.S. Unlverslty of Alabama. '2-13 Business Man- apxer Crimson-NVhite, '23g Phllomathlrrg Excelsior: Assistant Business Manager Corolla, '22g SI,-rub Football, '20g Class Football, '22. Truly a Christian gentleman. "Jim" is oIIe ol' the cleanest fellows you ever want to meet, and a friend indeed. STILL HUNTER . . . . . . . . . Townley 'I' A A, 'ID B K, T K A Debatlnpr Team, '24: Business Manager '25 Co- rolla: A.B. University of Alabama. The great popularity ol' this man was shown in the faet that he was the only man elm-ted in the student elections ot' 1924 without a run-off. RonEE'r JONES PIUSSEY, A T Q . Memphis, Tenn. Key-Ive: Poet Freshman Law Class: Corolla Staffg "A" Clubg Track Team1 Football Squad. Tram-k star de luxe, man among men, cllf-u-rlIn- lnatlng L-hooser of ncckties aIId women. You'd llke him. DAVID EUGENE LoE, A E E . . . Montgomery An embryo lawyer with the qualltlcatlons of a real one. ROY PAUL . . . . . . . . . . . Goshen Roy has r-ertalnly reflected enormous 1-redlt on hlmsclt' by the untlrlng patience which has vhar- aeterlzed his progress. II3 VF -vm.: af' YV Y -ii n i wifi ea r'-ik.- -- vu - L- is ....1.... ..,. .... ......... .... .... li .... O LLA mlwfmwfii ' unior Class OR SECOND YEAR LAW W. J. Pincus, 22 fl' E . . . . . . Huntsville Sommerville Llternry Soc-lutyg Law Forum. Nvnlter is one of the most popular men on the eampus, and one whom everybody ls the better im' having known. Get hlm to laugh! Gli0RGli D. RAINEY. . . . . . .Cottondale .B.A. Lincoln Menxorlal University, '22. One Illllh who seems to have enough time for all things. Sober ln judgment and deliberate ln ae- tlon. V SAN'ros S. Rumkn, Ju., E X . . Mobile fl' A A A.B. University ol' Alabama, '23: 'Pt-nnls Team, '23 and '243 Tennis Doubles Cup, '23. Santos seems to have absorbed the Alahnnm splrlt so thorouprhly that he cannot leave. But who wants hlm to? We are glad that his slxth your ls not his last. JOHN Y. RUST, E A E . . . San Angelo, Tex. Arrsh Club: Law Forum: Lion Tamers Club. Carno, left, and thon came bank again. I-lls love for the Jealous Mistress was too great. Joi-iN B. Sco'1"r . . -. ..... Mt. Meigs John is n. llne student, his only weakness being with the fulr sex. , C. A. S'1'AKlzLY, JR., A T Q . . . Montgomery 'If B K, 0 A K, 'I' A 'I' A.B. University of Alabama., 'Z-1g'Key-lee: Purn- sltesg Pan-Hellenic: Count-ll: Secretary Freshman Law Class: Statistician Junior Law Classy Corolla Staff: Hammer-Jammer: Secretary Key-Ice: l-lonor Roll, '20: Junior Faculty, Follow in Englishg Scu- retary Pan-Hellenic Council, '25. So debonnalro that a laek ot' a ernase in his trousers worries hlm not. lflls ready wit, apt re- torts, and Renl'rew's dress makes hlm a grand catch, girls. L. H. WALDIQN, A E E ..... Birmingham University Band. A favorite with instructors because oi? the se- riousness of his attitude. jnssu M. WILLIAMS, JR., 'lv K E . Montgomery II M E Law Forum, '25g Forensic Council, '23g Liter- esque, '22g Erosophlf-, '221 Freshman Class Foot- ball, '21g Secretary Newtonian Club, '23. Another with forensic ambition and a reputa- tlon for plugglnp: and hard worlc to back it up. Always ready for a good dance or --1 1?J, hut as steady as nn old shoe. J-las lots of keen wlt about hlm. FRANK M, YOUNG, JR., E A E . . Birmingham Blaelcfrlm'sg Key-Ice: Treasurer Key-Ice, '25. "Tony" finds lt easier to arfqulre knowledge by attending: law classes than by studying under Dean' Biddle. 114 W. " ' zzz- nvv ' 4' ' -A..-,J nil'-u T1 GW THE COROLLA WGNWJTQWWI5 ...............,..........................................................................................................................,..........................,.......................... unior Class OR FIRST YEAR MEDICINE LEWIS GORIDON ALI.mu'I"I'oN. . . . .Warrior K Xl' A cheery word For evoryone may explain tho popularity ol' this deserving student. WII.I.IAM D. ANDERSON, fb l' A . . Tuscaloosa "Bill," wlth om' om' to Inedlr-nl lm-tures and thu otlu-I' to Cupid, finds time to dlspum-ne perpetual good l'llU0l'- JosEPII AN'I'I'IoNx' BIVONA . . Bessemer fl' B IT First Lieutonnnt Uompuny "A." "Jon" ls n. doc-tor who has llllldl! romnrlmhlo gI'Iule:4 III thot lmrdcst ol' Ill'Uf0SSlDllS. RonER'I' RussEI.L CA1m'I'IIERs, TI K fb . Oak Hill Illillesltntlngly l'G4'UllHlN'lHlLd wllc-rn-vm' worth and vlIItI':L4't1-I' urs: Iim-mlm-cl! RAI.I.s M. Cos'I'oN, A X A . . . . Birmingham 'If B H, O A K I-AH club. They say "Rollo" ls to he n dor-tor some day, but his frat brotha-I's lm-:ist he nilssod his 1-nlllng by not going into tho lll0Yli'S for "Doug" Fair- hunks. DANIEL JosEPI'I Covu: . . . Birmingham fb B II 'Prnsldont First Yom' Modlcul Classy Honor Roll. '2'l: :BllLl!lCfl'lI1I'S. "Dun" ls nomlxmtvd wlthnut doubt ns the most frloliclly and optimistic nmn in school. Russ P. CUkE'I'oN, H K fb .... Miami, Fla. Russ will mukn his advent into his uhosoii fh-ld with un zulvmxtngu 11038033011 by few. J. H. CUTCI-IIN ..... . Franklin, Vu. 'IP P 2 Equilibrium undlsturlwd by ohstaurlos whlreh Ilo- tnln the ordinary mortnl. FRED MOR'l'lMlER DowNINc, 1' E . . Tuscaloosa ' OAK A.B., '24g EUIll1lf1llS, '21-'22: 1"l'c--Mod Cluh, '22. l"I'm-Il f-nn hu told hy his-I l:iLu:lI. Ll'll.ll0I'SlllD ls wrlttun in his fm-ce. , LEO A. ELKOURIE . . . . . Birmingham 'Il B II L00 ls It 1-1-rtnlrl pursuor of nnutomy, und a vhlof uinong the merllval legions. CARL E. E'I'I-IERIIIGE . . . . Searles K XI' Curl may wr-ll lm proud of his lnfluvndv with the l'zu'ulty. ' A IIS I"'m' 'g,:i:211, , ' lll' 'ii A s s. if 'tsfzi-'IfsIu f'nEsyzgf'f K ....1.... .... .... ....1.... .... ER .... .... 3: .......... UIIIOI' Class OR FIRST YEAR MEDICINE RoI,I.ANn E. GARIINER. . . .Lakewood Tilmekfrlms. Thoso who are stomllkxst ln IL detovrnlnntlon wlll he sure to rucolve I'i1c'oI.:IIltlon, nt thu UIIl- vursity ns olsowhuru. EDWIN EVANS GIQWIN, JR. . I . Greensboro K 'If 'Phls 0InbI'yo 'llll'Illl'0 will bn lmrwd from ln later yours. Just. I-ILn't hs-lp lt! A. H. GREEN . . . . . .... . Brilliant 'I' B II Pro-Mod Club, '21-'22-'23g Svrub Football, '21: Vnrslty Bnsolmll, '22-'23-'24g "A" Club. "Huey," tho unvonsf-lous nthlvtx-, is n. flnxtornus sm'oIul IDILHUINILII amd IL brllllamt student. HUGH F. HARII, fb A 9 . . Las Cruces, N, Mex. QI: X A lZl'1LllRl'l!l' I'l'0IYl New Mvxlro ol' whom Alnhuma is proud. ln thls I-asv. 'tls lmuttvr to ror-Plvn. JOSliI'l'I I-IIQNRY I'IIaNDIeRsoN ..... Shorter III B H 'Pro-Mod Cluh, '23-'24g Tonnls Club, '23-'24. "Joe" ls I-nmhlnlni: n 1-our-so ln Mndlr-lne with one ol' Mllltnry, mid is lllalilllg' good nt both. JOIIN L. HII.I,IIoUsIf, K Z . . . . Birmingham 'Il X John ls one Hturlont who ls bound to nmlw his px-use-111-ce folt In the lnvdlvul world. You'd like him! JOIIN MASON Knvnvmv, TI K fl- . . Elba K KI' lln I'fl.ll lun lnlcl hy tho dotormlnod ah' which 110110103 IL Innn ol' stuudlness. WAI.no C. LAWRENCE, K A . . Gadsden cl: X Kay-lf-e. I VVILlrlo hns worked hnrcl this yvnr, and lf old snyillgs mvnn Imythlng, hu wlll certnlnly nmko his IIIIIVIC. WIIIIIIAM BIzR'I'RAM MARTIN . . . . Warrior K Xl' Many envy hlm the possession ol' laurols well won. BIIIVI' McCoRn . . . . . . . Gadsden ll' B 1'I Pro-Mud Club, '22-'23:,T1-nnls Club, '22g Sevre- tIu'y Pro-Mud tilulr, '23, ' Bert suys vury llttlo-mont ol' the time-but he is Illwnys Il 1'l'l0ll1I, und one whom ull like to asso- I-lnto with. W1I.I.IAIvI G. McCowN, A X A . . Hazel Green QD B .II Vnndorhllt Inuf-it bo proud to lm Jurlgod by such as "Juck." True und llkonhlu. A 116 +3 Al..ll1ll'll 4' ff' ........, .... .... ........., .... E2 ..,. El L A WUGMUGM-25 LIIIIOI' Class OR FIRST YEAR MEDICINE WILLIAM RAY MCGINTY . . . . . Camp Hill fl' B II I'3It'Il.HII'Ig' ln manner and absolutely unruflied ln demeanor, none can deny hls worth. MII.'I'oN OLIVER PARK, A X A . Culleoka, Tenn. 'II Ii II - VI1l1tll'I'IbIIt bemo:uIn-d "PI-te's" departure, but the Mtpslom- I-onquers ln Inedlelne. W. F. Plmcocx . . . . . . Vidalia, Ga. 'I' Ii II Quiet, unassuming and Ull0Ilf.l'1lSIVO, yet we wish we vould know him better. VANCE Q. RAWLS ......... Florala ID B II He alwny:-I has n good time--ho generally passes. WILI.IAIvI J. REIN ..... New Orleans, La. Known by maIIy and ndnnred for determlnatlon possessed by few. Conselentlou:-I and a type to be later famous. ' RU'I'II Fos'I'uR RonIfRTsoN, X Q .... Clayton Ser-I'etaI'y-'l'reasurer First Year Medlenl Class. Just ber-ause she wields :L wlvked kIIl1'e, ll1l'll, don't he al'I'nld-she's rl. doc:toI'ess. Lrnwoon Lows Rosrmnsno, K N . . . . . . . . . . . . Kiamesha Lake, N. Y. From the number of courses Louis has III Room 2. Smith, we deduct that he is studying to be u philosophical f?J doctor. Rmmon C. Ross . .... . . Verbena fb B II Pre-Med Club, '22-'23-'24, Treasurer Pre-Med Club, '24. This big tall boy vould be found at the 12!l.Ilf'I'l most any time lust year. Now he sem-nm to prufl-I' tlIe company of less talkative Individual:-I ln the medical building. HARRY W. ROU'I'l.EDGE . . . . . . . Ensley K XI' I This youIIg mon is n good student and ll warm friend. XVI! are expecting great things of him. CIEORGE THOMAS Rowe ...,.. Houston 'Il X Ol' small anatomy and infinite precoelty. We expel-t George will wrlte n. ITIOKIICILI textbook some day. SI'IEI.I.EY SOMERVILLE SANSIJURY, II K YP . . . . . . . . . . . . . Montgomery Z T A.B. University of Alabama, '24: Varsity Basket- ball, '21, Honor Roll, '21p Erosophlv, '20, Liter- esque, '21, Attic, '25, Vice-President Sigma Upsi- long Philonmthleg Treasurer Phllomathlc, '22: Ala- bnnm QURlIl'HIIgI8, '25, Assistant ln Library, '21-'22, I'an-Hellenic' Council, '22-'25: Vlce-President Pun- Hellenlv, '24g Jasons: Assistant III Biology, '233 Junior Faculty, '21-'24, AHSISIRIIL in English, '24- '25:.CI'Il'l1SOII-NVIIIIG Stuff, '23, '25, Corolla Board, '22-'23-'24g Business Manager 1923 Corolla: Cup- taln Cornpuny "C," '2-1. An honor student ln every endeavor, we exper-t to see hlnI reposlng beside the Dean 'ere long. And a Innn, too. ' 117 .Qs ln ,AS FIM my J' - 4-ogg, .-5 nkkwnetdg.-"Is: ' CF'rWr5GWW.f5GW THE COROLLA. ?i Q UHI01' Class OR FIRST YEAR MEDICINE Frcsws M, SIIAMBLIN . . . . . . . Coker K KI' Ill- npr-mls llttlu tlmn lonflng around, l.lmt's why llmsn who :tru ll:-ltr-rl ns his I'rluncl ll.II'lJI'0I'IlLLU tho honor. JAMES R. SI1AMm.lN. . . V. . . Coker K HI' 'l'o know tlmls mml ls to lllm hlm. And better om' knows hlm, the more uma llkus hlm. SAM W. Slllil.'l'0N ......... Guin A gm-:ut doctor lu thu mnklng. Sucvus:-1 for lllm ls on tho wny. VVn,lav Rmfus SMl'l'II . . . . . .Tuscaloosa K AI' tirlmson-XVhltr: Stn.IT, '25, A I'n-lluw who Hnys llttlu lrut knows and does I1 Wllnlu IDI. JAMES BOWDOIN S'1'APLE'1'0N, 'II K 'D . . Dothan 1gI'llH0llIllC, '22, "Hu:-lc" ls suvh n qulot fe-llow, hut he ham hls fun. Ask hlm how thu ronclx urn to Montcvnllu. FRANK S'r1'r1' . ........ Wehzulkee Frank I:-1 famous for the 1'n'-gulnrlty nl' hl:-1 nt- ll'IllIltIlC'tt ut Snnrlny school and for his smlln, thut wcm'L como off. Ronlclu' PAUL STOCK ...... Birmingham ' fI1 B TI Vlr-u-Prnslrlcnt .I"l'I?f-IIIIIIIIII Mndlonl Cluss: Exec- ntlvce Uommlttuup Junior Faculty: Honor Commit- l,l-l', '24, lla: novm' mmln loss than nn "A" in Acudmn work-is now cz1,r'r'ylng First Yom' Medlclno and holding.: n fellowship nt the same tlmc. ISAAC C. SUMNIER ..... . . . Hamilton l'rr--Mm-rl filuln, '23g Clmlrmnn Progrmn Commit- tor-, I'rv-Mull Club, '2flg Marlon County Medical Sl'IIOIiLl'HIlID, '25. Nome 1-nn lmnst n. vumtlnulnry c-qunl tn Isnrtc. llarvr- you lu-mul lt flow? Romckw' Powlau. TIIIOMAS, Z! A E . . . . . . . . . . . . San Antonio, Tex. ' Judes. ffznura uve-1' from Unlvm-Hlly ul' Texas to joln Donn Ilroolcs' force ol' "Bono1'H." VVll.l.IAM Llilf Tucxran ...... Cullman fl' X 'llonm' Roll, '2-lg Mnsfmlr: Club. Sr-1-Inns, wrpnbll-, l'1'lr-mlly. A mun who mnkvs llrmm' 1-ull mlvsurvus crm-dll. 1015 I. Tunlakvxmla . ..... Century, Fla. all X Ono ol' tlm wlttlust mon on tho r-nmpus. llls rnru pl-rsmmllty has vollor-tual for hlm rt host oi' l'x'lunrlH. SAMUIEI. Eowmzn WASSON, II K A . Athens, Gu. fl' li II A.l4. Unlvurslty nl' 'lfmlrmsseo, '24, 'I'r-nun-:-lar-n ment, us hm-r bust whnu ,"Ecl" loft tlmt llwqllurloll, Suvll 1-xlnm-rlty nnrl plc-n:-nultnoss ure l'm'lti0:4. II8 .,. A-mf 'E - E M--fx:-az.-. .ggrx-l ...,.... 1 .... .... ..,...... .... S2 ,... .... 11.35 WDGMUGMF5 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS x19 lm -mg, .. if-Q - THE COROLLA WDGWWTFWD IIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllIllllllllIIII!-llllflllllllllIlllllmllllgllllllllllIIllI!lQQi!lllljQMUlllllllllllllulglllIlwilllllllllllilllIllyllmjmlyglllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllylllllwlllllllllllllullllllllllll ei Sophomore Class 4 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES A CuA1u.1as LANE ADl5llCI!0Mlllli, E N . . Tuskegee Arla' EVHLYN ADAMS, K A . . . . Mobile Sjmria! NVILLIAM F. ADAMS, K E .... . Ozark Arls N4'NN'l.IJlllllll rflulr, '2'Ig 'lfh'osoplll1-. '2-lg llouol' Roll, 'lilly l'Ul'Hlfil. StuI'I', '24, 'ZZ53 14'ol'1-nrllc c'oumwiIg Slam:-1. VVAl.'l'liR Anol.Pu, fl- 21 K . . Mobile flrlx ' JULIAN A1.ANo, E A M . . . Birrninghmn flrls R. li. ALllRl'l"l'0N, K E . . . Andalusia ffrls ' . Arn-ln rflulr. ' CLAUDE lIAc:of:o AI.liXANlllill, -Iv I' A . Birminglmm xlrls Aw-ll cilulr. I VV11.l,xAM VVAluucN ANlDIillSfJN, fl' K E . . . . . . . . . . . . . llelcun, Ark. f1rl.v flloo tllulv, '24-'25: lllzu-lcI'1'l:u'sx, 'Z5p Ar:-h, 25. R0lll5R'l' E. ASHCRAI-"r, Z2 A IC . . Florence !lrI.r Gln-u fllulr. Clauas'1:lc BAu.m', A A A . . . Faunsdalc ' flrls GWlaNo01,YNla BAIKD, A X 52. .Talladega flrls Girls' lilflo 'l'1-nm, '24: Y. XV. C. A.: Eilu- vntlon Ululxg L1-:xx.:'l1o ol' Wommn Vutm-rr-s. Cl.ll"lf0lKlJ BAKER . . .' . . Tuscaloosa Arls ' Co-Ed Hai:-llcollmll 'l'1-mn, '24. X Wu.l.1AM AI,'l'0N' BARNli'l"l' . . . . Rogcrsville ,flrlx ' Mlmluzn BlzAl.1c, ll A . . . Montgomery Arts Ni-wtonlnn filulvp llunm' Roll, '2flg Koystonug A l'l1Il-Hl'lll'llll' Couu:-ll: Y. NV. C. A. Culi- lnvtg Hull Clmlrnmn, '2fIg Longuu of Wom- an Voters. I 20 f-A-:, i .v - W GNWDGWWEGN T IIIIII L L A QGNWDWWJ llllIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIlIIllIlIIlIIllIIIllIllIIIIllljlIIIIIlIIlIlllllllllllllllllllwlll if-.1 Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Loulsn BEALLE ..... A rls Dmus HEARD, X S2 . . . . Arts 'Honor Roll: Y. W. U. A.: Luiuxuc Voters. EDWARD A. BEAVEN, JR., Z N . Arts LEON E. BENsoN, Pl N . '. Arts Judes. Ru'rn BILLINGS, A Z . . Arts Pun-1-lollunlug Pl. REBECCA ERLINE BLACK . Arts CAROLYN BLUE . .... . Arts .Blm-kI'rlm':-11 Y. XV. U. of Women Voters. . . Evergreen A. Unlrlnotg Luuguc . . Northport . Gadsden ul' W'omun . Andalusia . Tuscaloosa . Athens Union Springs WALTER S. BR1'r'r, E N . . Eufaula ' ' Ari: CLEMEN1' BROOKS . . . . . . Skinnerton 4 Scimzcu Ecluuntlun Club. ANNE Bovn . . . . . . . . Miami, Fla. Arlx . Y. W. C. A. DAVID CARROLL Bynum . . . . Cleveland, Miss. Arts Honor' Roll. '24: li. O. T. C. Fuotlmll Uhmnplonship Team, '24g Sucrutnry Dc- Molny Lllulrg ,llottcntot Cluhg Tennis Club, Corolla Staff, '24, '25, AnELAmE BYRUM, K A . . . . Birmingham Arts ' N4AN CALLAN, X Q . , . . . . Gadsden Arts Blmekfrlnra: Lcuguc of Vllonxun Voters: Y. W. C. A. JACKSON CALVIN, K A , . . . Decatur Art.: Bluckt'x'lursg Judes. 121 f lil 1 4' T Q",,,,9 -shawn . fi- , L , X H lv-,V ' ,i fig y .1:lQ3LHl QQ-yu,-gan iffy, ,. W- - ' E . 'ii i : -Li, ....+.... .... .... .......... .... li ,... E3 .... .......... SAUNDERS B. CARSON, E X . . Ari: TOM E. CIIADWICK . . . - Arts PRICE C1-IENAUL1' . . . . Science Euphlnn Society: Eduoutlon lmll Sqund. , LORIE CmuE'1'znURG . . . Arts jEwE1.r. CLEMENS . . . Arts RUBY CLEMENS .... Arts jon G. Cocxcn ..... .flrls CAROLINE COOK, A A A . . Arts TOMMIE Co'r'roN . . . . flrls STEPHENS CkocKE'r'r, X 11- . . Arts MAIICILE CRUTCIIER, A 1' A. Xlrls CL11-'1-'okn M. CRYER. . . Arts Jo11N C. Culms, E N . . . flrls Knuvus. JAMES Oms DAVHE ..... flrls 122 Honor Roll. '23. Newtonian Club. l Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Columbus, Miss. . Boaz . Danville Club: Foot- . Tuscaloosa . Scottsboro . Scottsboro . Dcmopolis . Birmingham . Eclectic . Moultrie, Ga. Newtonian Mnthcnmtlcs Souluty, '23-'24. . . Tuscaloosa . .Anniston . . Greensboro . . . Munford Euphlans, '23g Treasurer Euphluns, '24. ,sl .Cr-.. ' " fu ' .- --, ' ll-l - l3 . --, Y ---. ' ' E QV GWWDWWDW T HE COROLLA wzawgcgwwg llIllllllllllIllllllIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIllIllllIIHIIIlIIIIIllIIIIIIIIlIIllIlllIIIIlllIlIllllllIlllIIIIlIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIII lllillllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIllIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllll Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Ecnlzlu' H. VAN Diamncn . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 'flrts Auslstnnt Edllor Uorolln, '25, 'lCrosopl1lv, '25, Excelsior Llternry Society, '25, Bluvk- frlurs, '25, D0Molny Club, '25, Hummer- JIIITIIIIOF Staff, '25, Vurslty Ilulmtlllg Tc-nm, '25. Glaokola H. DENNY, JR., E X . . University flrlx 1"I'l'HhIlll'l.ll Bunk otlmll, Ex DIELOKES Dunols, A A A. flrls DoUcl.As G. Fnfn, 'If K E . Arls lt. O. 'l'. C, Bnnd, '25, llnlv Cracker Club. ELLEN Fusmmo, A 1' A . . . .Birchwood, Whit flrls FRANCIS WOODWARD Folwlzv Ari.: X A KI' ocrullvo Connell. . . .Fort Payne . Fayetteville, Ga. erslty Band, '25 e Bear Lake, Minn. . . Moulton Honor Roll, '24, Soi-rotary-Tronsuror Xvom- mfs Council, '25, Y. WV. Cuhlnot, '25, Ex- oc-utlvu Committee, '25, Assistant Editor Corolla, '25, W0mnn's Count-ll, '24-'25, Co- rolla. Board, '24-'25, Y. NV. C. A.: Lunguo of Women Voters, Educntlon Club. Lan FORNEY ...... Ari: X A KID . . . .Moulton Koystonn, '25, T'rcsldvnt 1l'n.ll Chnlrmon, '25, Crimson-Xvhllo Stuff. ' Tionrd, '25, WVlnnur Soc-ond 25, Corollu Chl Dullu Phl Prize, '24, lilnll UlHlll'll'lll,l'I, '25, Emluvn- tlon Club, Y. W. fr. A.: Lfvuuufv of Women Voters, Socretury ol' Chl Dnltn. Phl. Plcucv C. FOUNTAIN, 111 K E . . . Monroeville Art: Ln.1.lAN FRANKLIN . . . . Birmingham flrls Lurlnnz AUBIIEY FULLER . . Hartselle flrls El.IZABlE'l'II GEISIE, A A A. .D:1ws0n, Gu. Scmnrn IIlaLlaN GmsoN, A 1' A . . . . . Birmingham flrlx A 1'Hl'l.L'kl'l'llll'H. '25I HOIIOI' Roll. '23l WV0mlUl'5 Count-ll, '25. MARX' CFILES, A 1' A . . . . Birmingllflm flrls Y. VV. C. A., Lcnlruo of XVOIUUII Votc-rs. VVILMA Gnfson, A x 'sz . . . Albertville Arts x23 .E2a,,,,: S, , Ll 1 lf my A -1'-' GMEGMJQW T H. .5 97 .... El .... .... .... .... 5: .......... i Sophomore Class E COLLEGE OF ARTS' AND SCIENCES XVILLIAM R. Gl.ADWlN . .'Mount Vernon, N. Y. Arts Glue Cluh. EMANUEI. G0l.lJS'l'l5lN, K N. .Birmingham .4rI.r Erosoplmlo Llterury Sooloty, '23g Clmlrmnn l'l'llHl'I'l.l1l Uommlttmeg Nuwtonlnn: Euphlan, '2flg llonor Roll, '23g Corolla Board, '24g ln-MoIn.yg Pre-Lnw. AI.nnR'rA GOSSE1"l' . . . . Mobile , Art: Nuwtonlun fflulu, '24: Honor Roll, '24p Y. VV. U. A. 5 E Z 5 L' Z .. 5 2 3 ua jj 3 E BP E 'E E: 5 U: A . 1 3. m1 b 1 3 so Z :J ... 7' zz: E 5 4 -. 6 if 2: Z ' Q 1 ' fd. YS 5 'EETM 2-. 2 gr: Z 5, v- -1 E . 13' Q ' O I-4 ci ., .. fi P "' 6 1.1 2 ' :' 5 7-'1' w ' Q ' S 53 nf: E' 4 5 3 E S' D O Q4 Q1 D E S" "1" I? D 75 75 5 O -Z '-4 F '-5' -4 YN 4 Z3 m O SB O O Ui FJ ' A rl: k 1 1 Arts DWIGHT R. HENDERSON . . Gaylesville Arts lIn1.EN I-IENRY, A I' A . . .Tuscaloosa Arts Y. W. cr. A. I'IUnma'1' B. I-IERREN, 2 N . . Anniston i .flrts - Kmivc-sg Blnc:kI'rl:1l'S. Rnnnmk I-In.I. . . ..... . Russellville flrlx 'Blll.f'lIl'l'ill.l'Sl Uorolln Board. Ronmvr McC1.1a1.l.AN Hn.L, fb K 2 . . Florence Art: GI:-11 Club, '24-'25g Blu1:lcl'rlau'R, '24-'25g ll. A. 'l'.3 l'l'lmsnn-Whltv Stuff: Sings. Romani' S. Him., ju., II K A . . Montgomery Arts l Crlnison-Vvhltu Sml'I': Corolln. Stuff. X Mv11'1'I.n l4IoosoN , . . . . Athens flrls 124 af- ' -ff.. ' E30 X .QQWZ-5.13--M -- 1 yu. - -1 LDV. , 455' if-f .i.. .E ......... ,... .... ..,,..,,., .... 9 ROLLA WFWWDGMD A Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES lllnwlcn I-Ionmzk .... . Albertville Ari: Lu.r,mN l'Io1.1.ANn . . . . Scottsboro flrlx KA'l'Ili Num. I'Io1.Mrzs, II A . . Dothan flris X A 'If lCros4opl1l1-, '24g llonor Roll, '24: L:-uguo of Wmnon Voters: Y. W. U. A.: I-lull Uhnlr- nmn, '24g vvlllllvl' ol' Rlrmlnglmnl Nc-ws S1-lmlurshlp, '24. EDWARD W, I-Iowzn, A K E. . . .Marion f1rl.v Arvh Ulubg fforulln Stuff: Blur-kfi'lnrH. Lli0'l'A D. I-Iur.sAR'r . . . . Tuscaloosa Arr: MARY Vnzcmm I-IUNTHR, A X S2 . . . Mobile Ari: Corolla Board, "24: Erosophlc, '23g Y. NV. C. A.: Etluvutlon Ulubg 1.1-argue of Vvomun Voters. PAULINE Emu HUNTER, A X Sl. . .Mobile .4rI.f Honor Roll, '2-I: Lvuguo ol' XVnm0n Votvrrlg Y. W. tj. A.: I'hlul'uLlon Club. Luvmvx Huxronn, TI A . . . Mobile flrls ILA JAMES . . . . . . Brent flrrs Y. W. C. A. Jnssnz Lista Jomzs . . . . . Andalusia ' .flrts EVELYN Knum' . . . . . Hazen flrlx JOHN W. ICm.m', JR., A T Q . . Montgomery flrrx Loursn Km.I.v . . . . . . I-Inzen i .flrtx JAMES O. KIENAN, ll' lt' A - 1 Selma Ari: 125 I ,I 'VW 42' ,.-,,.,,, H., W 71,1 . 'U ' A M 4 I-n WWJGNWF T H E .. .... .... R .,.. li .... El .... .... li .......... Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES YEA'rMAN KING . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa Ari: f?liNEVA Knuw . . . . . . . .Albertville Arts Y. W. C. A.: llonor Commlttoop Education Clulrg Louguu ol? Woman Votors. LUCILLE Kosrma ..... . . Tuscaloosa Art: W. C. KYLE, JR. .... . . Tuscaloosa, Ari: T1-mo. M. LAMENSDORF, E A M . . Shaw, Miss. Arts PIIAROS RUFUS L1zs'1'Eu, TI K A . Waynesboro, Ga. Art: Delegate to Loulsvllle Convention, '23g Corolla Bourdg Cruclcor Club. ALICE MAE L1v1Ncs'1'oN . . . . Montgomery ffrls 1 MIRIAM Aus'rlN LocKE, H A. . Mobile Arts Corolln Board: Crimson-NVhlt0, '24-'25g Erosophlc, '24p Honor Roll, '2flg Luugue of Women Votersg Y. WV. C. .A. I Woonm Lovrin . .... . . Millry Arts LILLIAN Luslc, Z T A . . . Guntersville Arts Corolln. Board: Y. W. C. A.: Langue ol' Women Voters: l'u.n-1-Iulls-nlr-, '25, CHAMP LYONS, 'If A 9 . . . . Mobile Art.: Corolla Sln.l'l'g 1iln.clcl'rl:u's. RUTH MACMll.1.EN, K A . . Demopolis Art: Plg Blnrelcfrlmwg Sponsor of Company "L," R. O. T. C. JULIAN Dossr MANCII. . . . . Andalusia Arts Ewgcolslor Llt.m'nry Sooloty. JOHN S. MARKS, A T Q.. . Montgomery 5 Arts 126 lEIl"l lun 'F' "iv GWWDGNWDGW T 'I'I'lII' ull. 'I" 'III IIII 'I.IIl'III Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES HELEN MAssEY . . . Arts WlNS'l'0N R. MAxwIzI,L . . . . Tuscaloosa Arts l'Imu3nR1' R. Mmm, 'If 1' A . . Lexington, Miss. Arts Glue Club: Rho Alpha 'l'uu. JIESSIE MAI MILLER, A X St . . . . Albany Arts Blmwkfl'in.r Rond Trip, '24-'255 El'OHDl1l1lC, '245 Langue of Womon Voters: Y. W. C. A. LAURA DART MILLER, A 1' A . . . . Eutaw Arts SIDNEY A. Ml'l'CI'lIEl4l, . . . . Warrior Arts Al.I.liN P. Mme, II K fl' . . Tuscaloosa Arts 'FRIELLE MOON, K A . . . . . Montgomery Arts 13ll'l.Ckl'l'llll'RQ Erlutrutlon Club. LILA S. Moonn, I' 21 . . . Huntsville Arts ' WILLIAM MORIIISON, E X . . . . . Selma Arts Vm':sll,y Football Squad, 'Z4. NokA Mucxnn, A Z . . n- GrCCr1Sb0r0 Arts Ronmvl' MUNIIINIE . . . - JHSPCY Arts RUBY Mukvlrlualz V. .G. . - Acton Arts GARNE'l' MCADAMS, K A . . - - Mllbile A Arts I President Nowtonlmi Club. '23-'2'11,Blf1 t'1'lm'sg Sophomore 1lom'usuntm.lvo at Wom- ' ' - W. C. A.: P1- ans Lounuilg Y. . . Meridian, Miss. cli- , 127 v I .qu 'VA VH -tfi'-Tl i f 7 WWJGNWGN IIII C O R O . Sophomore Class V l COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 1 Grioncn C. MCCLURE . . . McKenzie V Arts CA'rumuNe McCo1.l.uM, A 1' A . -. Greensboro Art: S'l'liRI.INC P. MCDONALD, jk., X 111 . . Sylacauga Arts Erosophlr- Llternry Sovlety, '241 Blfwk- frlursg Uorullu. Stuff, '24g Crimson-Whlte Stuff. '24-'25. AULTA Lee MCELRATH . . . Cedar Bluff Ari: ART:-lun BrzNNn'r MCLEAN . . Mobile ' Arts I3lnekf'rliu'sg Crimson-Whlte Stuff, '24-'25g Unlverslly Band, '24-'25: R. O. T. U. Bend, '24-'25g Rnmmer-Jammer Stuff. Doucms C. McLicon . . . . University Arls Qnrnllu Stul'l', '2l1. JAMES B. McLus'rnR, fb A 0 . . . Birmingham Arts THOMAS I-I. NICNEILI., Jn., fb K E . Estill, Miss. Arts Hottentot Club. JouN D. MCQUHHN, JR., -If A 6 . . Tuscaloosa A rt.: Knnvres. JACK Donns MCSPAIDIDEN, K A . . Birmingham Art: Arch Club. PAULINE NEIGHBORS . . . .Moundville A rlr NOWl0Iliflll Club, '23g Honor Roll, '235 Y. W. C. A.p League of Women Voters. RonER'r H. Nix, E A E . .Bolling Arts Key-lee . W. A. O'BnmN, T K fl' . . Montgomery - Arts President AJS. Sophomore Ulu:-is. GLADYS Fumran Ocnnsuv, A Z . . . Centerville Arts Undergraduate Rnpresmltntlve Y. W. C. A.: W Honor Committee: Vlen-President Soph- ' omore Class: Blzurlcfrlnrsg League of Wom- . en Votersg Erosophlv, '23. 128 .l 4 :Ili 'iv' A fl GWWDGWWDGW T H E Sophomore Clas COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Emu Or.1M. . . . . . .ShefEeld 1 Arts Glzokcn RAIFORD Omvma. . . Ilolt Arts NEILSON BRIGGS O'R1sAR, TI K flf. . .Jasper Arts llnivs-rulty Band: Corolla 'Bonrdg Il. O. T. C. Bnnd. SARAH Ona, K A . . . . . . Tuscaloosa Arts Pun-I I ullunlc. Mlmm. PA'r'roN, K A . . . . . Tuscaloosa Arts MARY Tom PIEACOCK . . . . . Birmingham Arts Y. W. C. A.: llunpruc nl' NVKHIIUII VOL1-rs. Pm'x,I.1s PERKINS, A A A . . Birmingham Arts 1:lllU'lCl'l'llLl'q' Honor Uommltloog A. Uulrlnufg' Lcupxuc of Nvomuu V1 Bram F. P1l11.L1Ps .... Arts EARLE T. PIIILLIPS, E N . .Pine Arts Arch Club. FREDERICK W. P1cK1-man, jk. . Arts 14'l'UShll1lLll Football, '23: Varsity S Monuu PIZITZ, II I' 21 . . Arts Y. W. C. A. ED1'mPooL . . . . . Scicnrc MARGARET PRIDE, K A , . Arts Vmcmm PRIDE, K A . . Arts ' Blackfrlnrs. S Y. NV. C. Ill! 1'3- . Sylacauga Bluff, Ark. . Mobile quurl, '2fi. . Tuscaloosa . Coker Tuscaloosa . Tuscaloosa 129 """""7lil 2 l .gp V1 .1 . 'Kwai l llll"", A-T344--1 Wfw fin. all lr .-','.'7f,v4:1 " ..., .... lr L A WEGMUGMU .......... .... .... ....1.... .... ER .... .... .....,..,. Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES RICIIARD P. PROWELL, 'Iv 1' A . . Tuscaloosa .flrls BInukI'I'lnrI-Ig Prosldmmt EI'osoplIlo Lltcrnry Sn'-Iety, '24g Rho Alplm 'l':Iu: '.l'I'I:nsIII'cI' SODh0lYl0l'P Arts und Sl,1lUl1'7'JH Claus. MARY V. PYRON, A A A ..... Collinsville Art: Pl. VERA RANEY, A I' A . . . Minneapolis, Minn. Arts CHARLES RAY, A X A . . .Bessemer flrts OPAL RAYBURN ..... . Sardis,, Miss. Arts HAYDEN RAYNOR . .- ..... Montgomery Arla' Euphlnus, '23g N1!WtOllliLll Club. '23g Ex- celsior Lltornry Soclctyg DuMo!II.y Clubp C'-vrolln. Stuff. CLARENCE Z. RonIaR'I's . . . Heflin llrls University Mnvonic: Club. PIENRY C. RODGERS, II, 1' A . Hattiesburg, Miss. . Ari: VIRGINIA ROQUIZMORIE, A A A . . Montgomery Arts Rlflu Team. MARY EVANS Rosle, A A A. . Tuscaloosa flrls GI.,AnYs ROSENIIERG, II 1' 22 . Tullahoma, Tenn. .flrfs Biz: Slstvrg Edna,-ntlnn Club: Y. VV. C. A.: Ilcmzuc of VVoIIIcII Voters. MILIIREII ROSISNBIERG, II I' Z . Tullahoma, Tenn. flrls Big Slstorg EIluI'IILlon Clubg vY. W, C. A. l I-IYMAN RosIINIvIII.n, E A M . . Tuscaloosa Arts ' GRAHAM MOORE RUsII'I'oN . . Montgomery ' Ari: Erosophimzg Glcc Cluhg Corolla Staff. 130 79 G lil? u tv . I :A -if-L FWWEGNWDW THE COROLLA QWWDGNW 9. IIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIIIIllIllIIIIIIIIllIllIllIIIIIllIIIllIIIIllIIlllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIlIIIIIllIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIliIIllIIIIIIllIllIIIIIllIllllllllllllllllllllll S0ph0l'I'l01'6 Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ANNABEL RUs'r1N . . . . Tuscaloosa Art: MARY ELIZABETH RU'1'1-1ER1foRD, Z T A . Franklin ' Science ANNE LOUISE RUTLEDGE, 21 II . . Selma Arts Y. W. C. A.: Education Club: Pan-Hellenic. ISABEL SCI-IARNAGEL . . . . . . Tuscaloosa 4 Arlx Honor Roll, '24g Newtonian Club, '24, FRANK DUNCAN SCO'l'l', 2 N . . ' . Montgomery A rt: Key-Ice. HUBERT J. ScRUcGs, 112 2 K . . . Birmingham Arts Corolla Staff, '24-'ZGQ Crimson-White, '25: DeMolay Club, '25. ALFRED SEAL, K N . . . . Ensley Science Pro-Med Clubg Erosophic. JACK R. SEALs, 'Iv K E . .... Birmingham Arts CHARLES PARKER SEDBERRY . . Wetumpka Arts BRYANT SELLS, A T Q . . . Birmingham Arts Blackfrlars' Road Trip, '23-'24: KOY-T001 Rho Alpha Tau: Circulation Manager ol' the Rammer-Jammer: Wilmer Of TIIOYHHS Medal, '24. CLARE SHANNON, E TI . . . Evergreen I Arts . X A 111 Honor Roll, '24g Erosophlc Literary S0- rolla Board: Crim- oity: Education Club: Co son-White Staff. MARY MORGAN Sl-1EPPARn . . Central Mills Arts CYEORGIS ERWIN SLEDGE, fl, 1' A . . Greensboro Arts ' AUGUSTA SMALL, H A . . - - - -.Linden Arts Blaclcfrlarsg Corolla Board. v I 131 . , W , 1 lll K --5, , - "" " "ff----V -fin es:-L l "Fr" " vgf- f'il':?1 -if 'wi,J3AH .slE::B!4 .,m S- ......... .... .... ..,....... ..., E .... EZ .......... CLAUDE L. SMITH . . . . A rt: Itlfic TDILIII. jon J. SMI'I'II, Ju., Tunnl, '24-'25. RANDDLPII SIvII'I'II, 'If A 6 . Arts 6 N E Roy SPIVIIY . . . . Art: JAMES ELLIS SI'o1"I'swooD. Arts CDIIIIIII-I'c'0 Cluh, '24g Honor CLAIIK S'I'AccmIs, K E . . Arts RU'I'I-I S'I'I2I2r,n, A 1' A . . Arts i EI.IZABE'l'l'I S'I'nPIII:Ns . . . i Art: TI M E Sophomore Class I COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES Hazel Green '25g Corolla Staff, '25, A X A . . Meridian, Miss. Arts Hottontutsg Hhu-kfrlnrs. JOIINNIII MARIE SMITII . . . Northport ' Art: LAWRENCE R. SMI'I'I-I, A X A . . Montgomery Arts LUcII.n SMI'I'II, A A A . . Birmingham V Arts LUNY I. SIvII'I'I-I ..... . Grove Oak Arts VII-o-T'roa1IlI-Imt Euph inns: ' Erosoph lug Trnc-k . Selma . Troy . . Mobile ou, '24, . Benton . . Eutaw Birmingham Nowtonlnng CI'InIsIoI1-Whltv Stuff: Uorolln Flomwlg EIluc'IItlDII Cfluhp LI-nguv ol' NVDIIII-II Voters. MARY S'l'IiPIIENSON . . . . Selma Arts BAss GRIQIIND S'I'oKns, Ib I' A . . . Cordova Arts UII!voI'r-Ilty iB1'Llld, '24-'25. 132 MX 9 -un m s GN WSG? TH E COROLLA 635253525 Sophomore C1 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND CI-IARI,Es Sco'I"I' SYKIES, A K E Arts Jrulcsg I'lott0IItotsg 1lnlv0I':4lty JULIA TARVIER . . . . .flrls Jol-IN A. Tl'lAMES, fb A 0 . Arts DANIEI. I-I. TIIoMAs, fb A 9 . . flrlx BllL1'ii l'I'l:IrS. LENA MAE TI-IoMI'soN . . flrls Y. W. C. A.: TA-ugmxo nl' Women Votvrsg Hulml' Roll, '24. VIRGINIA LUMSDIEN TONSMIEIRE, A A A . . . . . . . . . . .NewYork,N.Y. Arla' flnptnln Girlz-I' Rlflu '1'n-nm, '2Alg CARRIE VEAI., Z T A . . . Art.: SDOIISOI' ol' Second Bnttullrm, CECII. THEODORE VVADSWOR'I'l'I Arts Eullhluns. ERMINE WALKER, A X S2 . . Am Y. W. U. A.: lmmxuv ol' NVD ELiU'i'RtiOll Club: Uornlln Bonrc lenlc. FRANCIS PALMER WARD . . . . Mobile flrls Hlm-lcl'I'luI'sg Art Stull' Illllllllllll'-JIlllllllfll'1 NVlImeI' 'Art Llulltorxt, '2fl. GLADYS WARD, A Z . . . . Tuscaloosa ' Arts - CI.oIE GRACE WARR . . . . Clayton I Srirnfn LucII.I,E WARREN . . . . . New Market Scicnrn ' W. F. Wmss, JR., E A E . -MOH!!-I0m0fY flrls KIIIIVI-sg S0f'l'I'iflll'y SODil0II1 . Jackson, Miss. 355 SCIENCES Rumi, '2-1. . Opelika . Birmingham . Prattville . Brent Y. NV. C. A. . . Tuscaloosa R. O. T. C. . Easonville . Montgomery mmm VotuI's: lp l'n.n-Hul- nro Cllnss. 133 l la.. ,A fm ,LJ N 7511 mlm-1: .11 GWWGWWW THE COROLLA WDGWWDGNWD 1lIIllIIIIlIIIIIIllIlIIIIIIIllIlllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIlIlllIlIIIIIIllIIlIlIlIlIlIllllllilllllllllllllll llllllllIllllllllllllllllIIlIllllllllllllllllllllll flrlmson-White Stuff: Coroll ARTHUR EARL BASS. . . . Commerce V J. L. BLACKLIDGE ..... Commerce Commorco Clu 1 SAM BLOCK, Z B T . . . . I Commerce FLEMING V. BRASEIELD . . . Commerce I JAMES M. BROWN, fb Z K . I Commerce Commerce Club, Coro Commerce A K 'I' HURSCIIEL CALDWELL, Z X . 134- Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES FREDRICA WIIEELER, K A . . Greensboro Speczal HOYLE B. VVILLIAMS, fb K 2 . . Montgomery Ari: SIDNEY JAMES WILLIAMS . . Tuscaloosa Arts DoRo'I'IIv WILSON, A I' A ..... Brilliant Arlx Blnr1kr'rlnrfIg Y. W. C. A. GEORGIE WOLF, JR. . . . . Montgomery Ari: ' INZER B. WYA'l'I', JR., A X A . . Huntsvillb Arts A 412 E Presidvnt Erosoplllc, '24 5 Blrwk frlnrsg FL Tlonrd: Phil- onmlhlug Junior Munugvr Trunk :mtl Cross Country T4-nm: Svcrrftnry Furollslc Coun- rllg Varsity Debating T1-nm. '24. SCHOOL OF COMMERCE . . .Jones Mill Commerce Cluh. . Moselle, Miss. ll. . Memphis, Tenn. . . Tuscaloosa . . . Tuscaloosa lla Stuff. CIIEs'I'ER CALDWELL, E X . .Blytheville, Ark. Commerce Club, Froslilmul Baseball. . Blytheville, Ark. Commerce- A K Il' .Froshnmn Football, '23g Froahnmn Busa- lmll, '23. JAMES L. CARTER. . . . . . . .Mumford Commerce ClllTll'l10l'0I'f flluhg Ctwolln Stuff, Euphlnnn, we .-:U ii" Q- ....+.... .... .... ......... .... E2 ...li...P L L A WDGEWJCFWD Sophomore Class SCHOOL OF COMMERCE Home SIvI1'I'I-I CIIAMPION . . . Opp 1 Conmwrcn CIIARI.us EDWARD CLARK .... Russellville C01llIIlL'fCL' f'l1Ilnnmthlc LltoI'm'y Society: Corolla Stuff: Commorm-e Clulr. GIEORGE HENRY CI-IARLES, A E E . . Tuscaloosa Commerce WILLIAM H. COGGINS, A T A . . Birmingham Commercc WILI.1AIv1 A. COLLIER, JR., A K E . Tuscaloosa Commerce A K XI' JoIIN A. CoRR . . . . . . . Birmingham Commrrru' C0llll'IlCl'C0 Club. W. I'IAMII,'I'oN CRAWFORD, 2 X. . . . . . . . . . . . . Iiattiesburg, Miss. Commerce Ilottuntot Club. GLENN CRXSMAN, E X . . . Selma Comm crm' Alnlmmn Gall' TUIUYI, '23-'24g- SoI:I'ntm'y- '1'I'cIIsuI'uI' Alnlmmam Golf Club: "A" Club. DAvII: CRocRII'I'I', X III . . . .Moultrie, Ga. Commerce Jon E. DENIIAM, E X . . . Hattiesburg, Miss. I Commcru' Rho Alpha Tau: ,llottontot Club. CECIL J. DORSIEY . . . . . . Opp Commfrce I'IOWlil.L B. DUGGER, fl' K E . Clarksdale, Miss. ' CommL'rcc A. L. ELLIS ....... . Elba . Commfru' ' . jasper C. L. ELLIS, II K fb . . . Commerce ,,, l 135 -.,., ..,. , A-, A.. w w - fs -- Y-..f...:-...Fl 'figiff iji H - fi 'K 1 H- QS? ,Eh -u IlII'II'I C O R O L L A WDGNWDGWWD Sophomore Class l SCHOOL OF COMMERCE STANLEY M. ERDREICH, Z B T . . Birmingham Commcrcz' GEORGE B. FISHER . . . . . Mobile Commerce Corollo. Stuff, 'ZGQ Commerce Club. '25, DAISY Lucu.LE FLIPPEN, A Z . . . Sheliield Commerce ' Corolln. Stu.l'l', '24g Commorco Club. EZEKIEI. C. GATHINGS, II K A . .Tuscaloosa Commerce Corolla. Board: Commorr-e Club, '23-'24g Tram-xuror Commoruo Club, '24: Assistant Buninosx-1 Mrmugor Crimson-NVhlto, '25g Ex- colnlor Lltorury Society: EUlllllllHS. JEAN MARGARE'l' CSRAIIAM, II A . Roberts, Wis. Cofnmcrca Y. W. C. A. F. Ric:-luv GREEN . . . . . . Tuscaloosa Commcrcc FRANK L, HAGAN, E A ld . Elizabethtown, Ky. ' Commerce Fox I-I. HARMON, A T A . . . Troy Co m m fra' Coimnorrc Club. G. M. HAWKINS . . . . . . Midland City Commrrce J. B. GORDON I-IEMRREE . . . Bridgeport Co m In crm Roy N. I-IERE1foRo . . . . . Gurley Commerce 1"I'0Sl'llllll.l'l Football Tonmg Commorco Club. IsAooRE Hoocras . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa Cqmmcrre Erosonhlo, '24. LEO BRYANT Horn, fl' 1' A . . Mobile Commerce GEORGE C. Joi-1NsoN . . . . . . . Athens Commerce Corolla Slnffg Commerce Club. 136 4511. .l-l "l.l..n.Lu- GWWDGWWDGW THE COROLLA wzaawmagweg IllllIIllIlIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIIIIIIIlIIIIllIllIIIIllIllllllIlllIIIllllllllllllIllllIllllllIlIlIIIllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIllllllllllIllIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIllIlIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIII Sophomore Class SCHOOL OF COMMERCE i . l THOMAS KENT. . . . . . .Birmingham Com m cron X Commerce Club. l'IERMAN T. KYLE .... . Hartselle Commerce Commerce Club: Vluo-President Soplxonxoro Class, HARRY B. LACKEY . . . . . Tuscaloosa , Commerce Ncwtonlnn Club, '23g Commnruc Club, '24, JAMES TIIEODORIE LEACI-I . . . Dadeville Commerce Comnierco Club. WALTER H. Lzzvv, Z ll T . . . Birmingham COIIllllL'fCt' OscAR Luwxs . . . . . . . Greenville Commerce Connnorcu Club. JOHN ROY LONG . . . . . . . Repton Commarre Commun-ue Club. MAx LONG . . . . . . . . Perry, Fla. Commcrfc W. A. LOvu'1"1', JR., fl, K E . . Monrocville Co m m frm Commerce Club. ARTHUR MAR'I'lN . . . . . . Clayton ' ' Commcrrc WALTER R. MEADOWS . . . .Alexander City Commcruf Conimcruu Club. XJOIIN E. Mn,1.1aR . . . . . .Montgomery Commerce BIRD I-I. Ml'l'Clll5LL . . . . -Elbn Comrncrcc WAI.'rER L. MORRIS, 'Ir K E . . . Decatur Commerce ' 137 ' ff -r ' it ll' V- "W "3" " .. .q ,mfg ll ' ' gf . " 'JAN' ....,.... .... .... .......... .... E .... SR .......... Sophomore Class SCHOOL OF COMMERCE Com Ill crm Commerce Club. JAMES CmL'roN Rosn, 1' E . Commvru' SAM ROSENBAUM, Z li 'l' . . C0lIlIIlL'fCL' DAv1n RoslzNFlal,n, 21 A M . Commeru' Freshman Football, '24g . . . WILLIAM A. Ross . . . . Commcrcn 138 '-.JH rw' .Tf"wi' i V ! ,!g... ,-3:,5y f2 . i V i i' ,- " "A ,, - ..'11-:.+i"' Vurslty, '25. M. H. IVICDOWIELL, E A E . . . Ensley Commfrrzr University Bend. AI.BER'l' GORDON MCLHAN . . Crichton Commcrca' DeMoluy Club: Commerce Club. Wu.LlAM B. McMn.r.AN, JR. . . .Tuscaloosa if CommL'rcL' Gxsokcxs Nnwxnuc . . . .West Helena, Ark. Commvrrz' Commerce Club. MAURICH OLIM, Z A M . . . . Shell-ield C 0 m 111 fra' Mnxrou E. PFLEGER . . . . . Mobile COIIIIIIUYCL' Commerce Club: Corolla Stuff. Exlaks PLYLAR . . . . . . . America Commerce Commerce Club. EVERE'l"l' PRUET, X 111 . . . . . . Anniston Cammfrcc Ronum' C. RlsYNo1.ns, K 2 . . . . Ozark Commerce A K 'I' Rho Alphn Tnu, '23-'2fl. Wn.I.mM S. Romans. . . . . .Hartselle Greenwood, Miss. . Meridian, Miss. Ensley . Selma GWWDGWWDGW T Illl IIII' IIII IO L L A WDQNWJGESWE Sophomore Class SCHOOL OF COMMERCE , MURRAY L. SCREVIEN . . . . . . . Mobile C01l11IlL'fCL' BA'I'I'LE S. SEARCY, fl' A 9 . . . . Tuscaloosa Com1nnrcv WILLIAM L. SIMS. . . . . .Jones Mill C01ll1Il6I'CL' Commerce Cluh. HENRY SMITH, 'IF 22 ..... Blytheville, Ark. Commerce Commerce Clulmg University Band. WALLACE L. SOCKWELI., 1' E . . . Russellville Commcrcn Unlvm-Huy Band: R. 0. T. C. Erma, '23-'24g CDIlH'lH!l'lJO Cluh. AI.MoN S'1'AnI.ER, II K A. .Greenville Commerre Unlvcrnlty Bond: Commerce Club: Quad- rmiglog EI'osopl1lc', '2-lg Dolugnto to Blue lildgu, '24g :Fl'0ShII1l1ll Buskotlmll, '23-'24, I-IARvIsY TERREI.L . . . . . .Arab Commerre CARI. BLAKE TIIOMAS, 1' E . . Montgomery Commcrne Proslclmxt Sophomoru Comme:-oo Commerce Club. CIILSSQ WILLIAM I-IAMIL'roN THOMAS, A 21 E . Eufaula Commnrce BlnIfkt'I'im'H: SoL'I'0tm'y Sophomoro Class: COl'HlI'lL!I'lJ0 Cluhg Corolla Boxxrmlg Scrub foot- bull. JOHN R. THOMAS. . . . . .Birmingham Commvru' Commeruo Club. JACK '11H0RING'l'ON, fb A 9 . . Montgomery C01ll7IlL'I'C8 Rho Alplm Tnu. KU'I'cHnR TIIRIam'oo'I', Z B T . Meridian, Miss. C01ll1I1!?l'CL' Corolla. Bonrd. . Opp Jlcsslz WALDING . '. . . . . Cmnrnercn Erosophlc, '23-'24g Comme x . . J. C. WASIIINGTQN . A ..... Pheba, Miss. Commcrre 1 I rc 0 Club 139 :,Q ,E lil "" ff ff-f ....1.... .,.. .... .....,.... .... E2 .... li ..., E2 ...,...... I 1 1 Sophomore Class SCHOOL OF COMMERCE MORRIS F. WATSON, OE X .... Montevallo Commarce EDWARD WEIR . . . . . . . Prattville C07ll1IlI'fCt' xnomnwrva Club. EDGAR E. WELCH, E X . . . .Tuscaloosa Commerce A K 11' C. C. WHITE, A T A . . . . . Boothton C07ll7!H'fL'L' Gif0KGlf C. WILLIAMS . . . . . Bridgeport C01I17Ill?f'L'L' f'onnnr-rr-O Club: Si-f-retury-Twnsurnr Com- nn-rf-o Sophomore Class. JAMES R. W1LI.iAMs . . . . . Tuscaloosa Commerce FLOYD ZIHOLER . . . . . . .Greenville C07ll7IH5'fl'l' SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING FRANK L. AnnO'r'r, TI K A . . Greenwood, Miss. Engineering llouol' Roll, '24p Hottentot Club. THOMAS DYER Al'iliRNA'l'HY, II K A . Birmingham Mining Engineering M. I. M. M. E.: Masonic Club. C. M. Avkns, A T A. . . . . . Tuscaloosa Chemical Enginfnring IIORACE POWELL BAKER . . . . .Tuscaloosa Cifuil Engincefing A. A. E. R. H. BAUGII, A K E ..... Birmingham Enginmfring 1 Golf Tvmn, '24-'25 :President Golf Cluhp l "A" Clubg Honor Roll, '24g Skulls. FRANK S. BLACKFORD, KI, K E '. . Birmingham Chemical Engineering ' Arch Club. - JOHN M. CARDWELL, JR, .... Montgomery Mechanical Engineering Vlc-D-Prmlsldunt ol' Sophomore I Englneorlng ' Clns:-ig A. A. E. 140 Q' fr d nl:-u fy ......... .... .... ......... .... S25 .... ULLA WUGMUGEW SOpl.'lOlTlO1'C Class SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING O T. ALFRED Cox, A T A . . . Tracy City, Tenn. lilcclriral Enginerring A. A. E.g Tunnls Tomn. I-IERIIERT DAVIS, TI K fb. . . . . .Clanton Chemifal Engineering Musonlc Club. CI.IEEoRn DURIIAM. . . . Engineering FRANK L. EA1-MAN. . . . Errgimwing WILLIAM H. EVANS, A T Q . b Engirzeering EDWIN J. FORD, 111 E K . . Ellgillfffillg ROSEMOND C. GRAY . . . . Engirmerirzg WILLIAM O. HARRIS, A T A . Fort Payne . Tuscaloosa Florence . .Montgomery . . Selma . Huntsville Cifvil Enginrcrhzg A. A. '23p Corolla Art stuff, '23, EARL W. I'IuE'r, ID E K . . . . . .Mobile Efcclriral E1Igi1mrI'i1zg EUGENE IL. JONES ..... Cleveland, Ohio Chmniml Engirzfaring Newtonian Cluhg A. A. E. LESLEY LEETWICH ..... . . . Mobile Industrial Ellgillfffillg Glce Club, '23-'24-'25, M. T. MAXWELL, JR., fl' E K . . . Tuscaloosa I Cifvil Enginfcring JAMES FARLEY MAXWEI,I. . . . . I:'11gi1m'riIIg WlI.SON SPANN lVlAR'l'lN . . Erzgirmerirzg Tuscaloosa . Stewart I4I -.-W -.. A --, .- . ' Iv . A I " I I 1 L.lL ,L Kl'!'1 ....,.... .... .... .......... .... E2 .... R .... ER .... .... .... fi .......... A. A. A. FRANK 142 Sophomore Class SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING l'IOMER I-I, MUl.l.lNS, H K A . . . Monroe: La. Cifvil Engineering Honor non, I.. s. U., '23-'24, LEvERE'I'I' M. MOORE, fb A 9 . . . Birmingham Electrical Engineering DONALD H. MCCUAIO, 9 2 . . . Birmingham Engineering Prnsldont Sophomore Engines-ring Gloss: A. E.: Honor Roll, '24g Alnbnmn. Power Company Sc-holnrshlp. MAl'lI.0N L. NORMAN . . . . . Birmingham Engineering JAMES H. Rlvns, 1' 2 ..... Birmingham Ci-vil Engineering ' I JOHN WILLIAM ROBERTSON . . . .Tuscaloosa Chemical Engineering JOHN E. SHARPE ..... .Gadsden Engineering OSCAR C. SKELTON ...... Birmingham Mining Engineering T. M. M. E.: Souretnry-Tronsurer Soph- ' omorc Engineering. PAUL M. SPEAKE, K A. . . . .Huntsville ' Mechanical Engineering Honor Roll, '24g Crimson-White Stuff: Co- rolln Staff: A. A. E.: Newtonian Club, '24. SEWELI. S'I'. JOHN ....... Birmingham Electrical Engineering A. E.: A. I. E. E.: A. I. M. M. E.g Honor Rollg Newtonian Club: Alnbmml Power Company Scholarship. DAVID BEN TALIAEERRO . . . . Birmingham Chemical Engineering SAM S. TAYI.0R . . ..... . Fairfield Engineering A. A. E.7 DoMoluy Club. MARION TOLBER'l' . Colorado Springs, Col Ci-vil Engineering KENNE1'lI HOFF-MAN WARREN, I' E . . . . . . . . . . . .Kingston,N.Y Chemieal Engineering 'Honor Roll, '2-lg A. A. E. ,g, nEKl-v I '-"' --H1211 ' ' ' - f-G -- 4 - ,......... .... .... ...,..... .... ER ...F 0 L L A WJGMJGWU Sophomore Engineering FRXANK J. WES'l', fb E K .... Montgomery Engincrrring Sophomore Pre-Med Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES Louis H. ANDERS ........ Northport Pre-Med W. J. BARBER ....... . . Butler . Pre-Mrd . Pro-Mud Club, '24-'25. WILLIAM H. BARNARD . . . . . Union Grove Pre-Mad Q Pre-Med Club. H. Y. BEDINGIPIELD ....... Rogersville Pre-Med Pru-Mod Uluh. TI1oMAs L. BENNli'l"I', A T ll .... Florence Pre-Mud Key-Ice. JoIIN W. BocoEss, JR. . . . . . Woodstock Pre-Mad 1'I'm:-Mull Club, '24-'Lllig Pledge Phi Chl. JosIzPI1 H. BROWN ..... . Birmingham Pre-Med Treasurer' Pro-Mod Club. PERCY A. BRYANT, JR. ...... Stockton Pre'-Med lt. O. T. C. Band: University Band: Pro- Mutl Club. HAROLD R. CIIAsoN, A K E . . . Montgomery Pre-Mad Pre-lVI,ud Cluhg Newtonian Club, '24: Rho Alpha Tau, '24g Coxjollu. Staff, '25: Stags. DEAN COLEMAN ....... Canton, Miss. Pre-Mfd JAMES PoR'I'ER COLLIER, A K E . . Tuscaloosa Prz'-Mfd N Blat-lcfI'im's, '24-'2Gg Pro-Mud Liluh. CIIALMERS D. COLLINS. . . . . . .Atmore Przr-Med Pre-Med Club. GRADY DUNN . . . I. . . . Hamilton N Pre-Med T43 NE' mil 64- 'fefe' "" fei2'rs:?' V' W 3 ' ' ' -A .,,.MssSL?..p I ,Ig1':5g! J. I- .. ,ij 4 :Il-1: -i' ......... .... .... ....+,... ..., ER .... li .,.. E2 .... ..,. .... :fl ........,. - Corolla Stuff, '25g Pro-Mod Prz'-Mrd Goona S. Lars ...... Pre-Med Pre-Mad HUGII M. MASON ..... Pre-Iliad WAL'l'ER JOHN MAXWELL . . Pro-Med ' WALLACE Donns MINo'I', K A Pre-Med N Key-IL-c. J.WAl.'l'0N LlPSCOMB,JR.,2X .- Pro-Med Club. SOPIXOYTIOTC P1'e'MCd Class l COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES MARVIN M. ELLIo'I'I' . . . . . Carrollton Pro-Meri W. F. ENGl.EBliR'l', A E E . . . Tuscaloosa Pre-Med club, '25. ARCIIIII PAUL EvANs ..... , Norfhporg Pre-Med fl' B II joIIN FIORHLLA ....... Birmingham Pnf-Mad Pre-Med Club. DAVID FULLER, JR. .... . Montgomery Prn-Med Erasoplllc. DAVID PERRY I-IENuIzRsoN . . . . Athens Prr-Mad Pre-Med Club. FoN'I'AINI2 I-IoLLIs . .... . .Butler Pre-Mrd EUGENE HARRIS JoIINsoN . . . . Greenville Pre-Med Honor Roll, '24g Pre-Med Club. WILLIAM BERRET KESSIIER, 27 N . . Montgomery Corollu. StII.t'l'1 Pre-Mod Club. . . .Opp Columbus, Miss. Phl Chl Pl0dI.:I-5 Hottuntot Club. . Livingston . . Sheffield . . Tuscaloosa 544 151 5 .Q.f"A A I " 7 ......... .... .... ......... .... 52.35 Q L L A WGWWYMD Sophomore Pre-Med Class .COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES DAVID R. MURPI-mv, JR., fl- 1' Pr:--Mrd Erosopble, '2-l. JOHN Wzfuswn MCKIBBON . . Pm'-Mrd E E X Pre-Med Club. CLIFFORD Pokrnk Powm.L . . Pre-Mad A . . Daphne . Mumford . . .Crossville Pre-Med Club: Cross Country, .'235 S4-rub Basketball, '24g Trmilc, '2-lg Excelsior, '25, EDWARD joslapu RENEKE . . . . . .Mobile Pflf-Mfzi Corolla, '23-'24: l're-M1-fl Clul Preslclent Pre-Med Club, '2 Member K. O. C. Club. 1, '23: Vlve- 4g llunorury ADRAIIAM K. R1'r'rENarzkc, Z B T . . . . Montreal, Que. 1'fL'-Med WlLl.lAM C. ROBliR'l'S, lI K fl- . . Dorlmn l'r1'-Mfd Kumm 1'sl Pledge. HOWARD Russau. .... . . Hartselle Prv-Med , Pre-Med Club. EDGAR M. SCO'l"l' . . . . . . . Birmingham Przr-Mad Erosophlr-, '23-'2-lg Trensurur Nnwtonluns, '24: Secretary H241 l're-Med Clubg Phi Chl Pledge. AR'l'llUR L. SEALE. . . . . .Moundville Pnr-Med Pre-Med Club. DAVID F. Snmlsks . . . . .Quinton . Pfr'-M1'd Pre-llled Club, ':54: l'rm-sldent Pre-Med Club, 'Elly Corolla Bfvurll, '25, VVILLIAM Ronnm' SIMMONS . . . Berlin Pre-Med FLOYD P. Smrru. . . . . .Albertville l'fr'-Mvzl Pre-Meal Club: Mnsonle SAMUEL RALPH S'l'lEl'lll5NS . . . Pre-Mad DAMoN M. SURGIENER, A X A . Pre-Med Club. . . . Elbn . Harlan, Ky. 145 Q l ll 'Wi l m ! iff . felnww uw. , '44 L'-'Aww--wa'-f ......,.. .... ..,. ..,...... E...9..!?..9 .ELL A Sophomore pTC'MCd Class COLLICGIC OF ARTS AND SCIENCES PAUL M. '1'uoMvsoN . . ..... Citrnncllc l'l'1'-M1'rl li XI' Rmcmzn 'fll0RN'l'0N .... . . . Rogcrsvillc l'l'1'-Mr'rf l'1'm--Moml lilulr. S'l'Iil.I. BLAKE '1'RAYl.0R . . . . Lumnr l'r'1'-M1'1l l'1'1:-Mud f'IlIIn. ELLIS L. WILLIAMSON, A X A .... Curley l'l'r'-M1'4l A I!EAlj'l'lFUl, SECTION OF OUR CAMPUS , 4 . I ' ' 1 I :g- :. vi' I 'Iuka-KYB,-1'.Qfhi WEEE THE COROLLA agzsmaggaag ..............,...,.,..............,.,,,. ,,,, , ,, Sophomore Class OR FIRST YEAR LAW J. W. ARl'lU'l'HNO'l', JR, . . . . . . . Marion Lafw CHARLES A. BALL, fb A 9 . . . Montgomery Lafw PERCY R. BROWN, A K I+! . . Birmingham Lafw Svnlrlmmwl und Tllmlup Glue Ulnhg Arch Club. RICHARD BENTON BRINDLEI' . .Hartselle Lafw A As:-Ilstnnt Busulnoss M1LlllLLfl'I' Crimson-Wlilto, '21-'22-'23, SLllllllll'l' '21-'23: Business Mun- uger Sunmwr '23g Asslstzmt Business Munugser Unrolln.'22-'2-1: Erosuphlv, '21p Exvolslor, '21-'22: Buslnuss Mnnugur Stu- Ilunt Dlrcr-tory, '23: Sumrner ol' '22-'23: Advurtlnlng Mzmngur Alumni Nowi, '24g I'1lll0llllI.HllC, '23-'2-l. MIKE SoLLIE BRUNSON . . . . . Elha Lafw BURNS CLARK . . . . . . . Jasper Lafw FRANKLIN COLEMANQ E X . . Mobile Lafw 0 A K STANLEY CONRAD DE'l'I.IlE, 'Il 1' A . . Tuscaloosa Lafw Lltcresquug Ser-rctury-'1'r'uasIurur Litur- enqueg Cnptxxln R. 0. T. C.. '24Z Fellow- .I nlor Fm-ultyg Ship ln Polltlcul S1-lonuug u B.S. in Comlnernc, '24. S'I'ANI.EY DUNN . . . . . Hamilton Lafw AIIEXANIJER CIIIISON, JR., 111 A 9 . . Birmingham Lafw Classy Vico- Presldcant F'l'P!-llllllllll Law President olf Kuuvus. A CHARLIE W. GRIFFIN, 'If A 6 . . . Lafayette Lafw FRANCIS H. HARE, K A. 4 .Monrneville Lafw Critlc oi' 1927 Law Class. . . .Andalusia WILroRn A. ZHARRIS . . . Lafw Prnsldent Euplllzmn, '23g Law Forum. RALEXGI-I MCGl'IIiE JENKINS, B 9 H . Birmingham Lafw ' A II iv, II A II Kr-y-Tcu. vi T47 -' .g ' 'bu ' lt' .3 " . ?YY,..,, lf' A .,..,.... .... .... ..,...... .... .... ER .... .... .... fl .......... Sophomore Class OR FIRST YEAR LAVV EMMETT LANNING, K 21 . . Lafw VVILLIAM G. LINDSEY . . . Lafw CARTER MANASCO .... La-w FRANK J. MAR'l'IN, E N . . Lafw NORMAN S. MORGAN, II K fb. Lafw VVILLIAM B, MCAFEE, fb K E Lafw Low Forum. lV1OR'l'0N NEsMl'rn, A K E . . Lafw , Ill:-xturlnn l"X't'f-llllllllll Law Vlnrmg S'rAcY F. PLANK, 111 A 0 . . . Lafw Koy-Ive. NORMAN SPANN . . . . Lafw Lrawrs VAs'r1NE STABLER, H K A . Lafw Birmingham . Butler . Townley . Gadsden . Oxford . Albany Birmingham Knnvf-s. Birmingham . I-Ieadland . Greenville TLS., '23: Sucretm'y-'1'ru:wurox' Commorz-n Uluh, '22: Vivo-Prusiclmlt Comniorc-o Club, '23: Unptnln R. O. T. C., '23g Varsity Bus- kvthull mul Tr'nr-k,- '22g Tronsurvr Grud- untu Flnss, '24, Asslslrult In 'l'ruuHurvr's mm-1-, -23. T. COOPER VAN ANTWERP, Lafw Koy-Inn. lVllLl5S VE N'rREss .... Lafw o A K, T K A, I. FRED WALLACE, K A . Lafw A K E . Spring Hill . Clayton fl' A A . . York vlf'tl-1w'l'l'Hlll0llt Ifrvshmnn Lnw Class. ROBliR'l' CLARENCE WILLIAMS, II K fb . Anniston Lafw GENE MORRIS ZEIDMAN . . . Birmingham .Lafw 1"rlmson-XVhltv, '21-'22-'23-'24: Assor-into Editor, Summer ol' '24g Alnhnnm Intvrvol- logluto Ili-hntlng Tunm vs. L. - S. U.. 22, Alfxlmnw. vs. Gi-nrgln, '23, Alnhnnm vs. Mor:-1-r, '23: Erosophlv, Euphlunsg Polit- Ivnl S1'll'll1"f' f'luhg Cnpxlnnug Law Forum. 148 Gal' -i f " li "T Ji j ""'l f'.1vE .a:::H! - ,,,,,M. - . ., 5. WWGWWGN THE .COROLLA WWWWWI35 r- w-.v:v.ww. :- H 1. f.,1.N,:f, ,,'. 1 I 4- . - , I.,H.,,u1,q-m135l.,f,,j5,, ,fmugm www.. ,,L.l,,,fV-,,,,,f ,V ., 4. 1,4 . ,, , , 7 A I K t , I ,w-W. -Y.,-al . ..,, wi mt, I I 1 I I I If nm, II Q 1" I f-,,,a.::,, , , I' w if 4-:ff I gy-If V I , I I , f . 1 I I I I I , I I , ,. I ,. I V ,, I . I 2 I ' I IIIIIIIAFQTSII 'I"IDf SCIENCES 6 ,I I-F V . , 'KT' 'A AI A 1 www, muzv I ' H. BENNETT Vitu V 5.5mm-5. IHIIIIISE PS: 2 I I I u I .IJ T BRDWN L,I'I5lNTYPE.? ,Q 'I-IEFF Q ,A I 'L-V , K 55.3, X -In I PRE5.Q.W.I.' , . .NLFPE5 A D.H-THDMDSDN u mass. ...I I FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 149 ...lf -ffr ff E- f N , rf, . ww.. --. GWWDGWWQW THE COROLLA WDGWWDGNWI5 llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIIIIlllllllllllllllulllIIIIIIIgummyuwIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIllIIIIIIIlljllllllllllllllllllll FTCSIIIHISH Solon:-u. Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CI.AY'I'oN ABRAMS ....... Tuscaloosa Ari: I+IARRIn'I'I'.GI5oRGn ACRliE, K A . . . Mobile Arts RonIzR'r FRANKLIN ADAMS, 22 X. . .Jackson Ari: VERNON ALIIRIGIIT .... . Tuscaloosa Arts jAIvIIss CAI.IIouN AI.IsoN . . . . Selma Arts MARGARli'I' ALLMAN, II A . . . Whistler Arts Erusmphlc. EI.IiAm2'I'II ANDERSON, K A . . . Montgomery Arts LE MIzRI.E ANDREWS,.IT A . . . . Mobile Art.r Y. XV. C. A.: League ol' Women Voters. ROBERT Amo, II K III . . . . . . Jasper Ari: VIRGINIA A'I'KlNSON . . . . Tuscaloosa Ari: BAnvIz Bess BAILEY, A 1' A . . . Decatur Ari: CA'l'Ill.l2EN BAKER, A A A . . . Tuscaloosa Arts CI-IARI.Ias E. BARRETT' . . . . Mobile Arts MARX' BA'I'Ics . . . . . .Plevna Ari: NIaI.I.u BARNIe'I'1' ....... Corinth, Miss. Arts IERIN BIIARDHN . ....... Centerville Arts Curnlln Stuff: llillllllllll'-JIl.l'l'll'llf'l' Stuff. BIs'r'1'Y BELL, II P 21 . . . . . . Montgomery Arts I-IIzI,nN I-IIes'I'nR BI2NNIe'I'r, A 1' A . . . Mobile Arts Sm'I'f-tnry FI'K'HhlIHllI CIIISH ol' Arts und 150 If it I-1 'A """ f'mf',l . 'l?-::ll! - ' 'W . . - - - A ......... .... .... .......... .... S2 .... EE .... E2 L A MIM-DGMF5 Freshman Class ' COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES MILDRED BENNETT, A X Q. . .Birmingham A rts ALBERT BURTON BOUTWELL . Arts President Erosophlt: Llturfwy Sm-Ietyg Pres- ident FI'esl1nmn Y. M. C. A.: Philonmthlu LltO1'zu'y Socluty: Euphlun lrltm-rm-y Soci- ct ' Assistant Business Munuger Crimson- Y1 - Whltcg Corolla. Stuff. . . .Greenville LOUISE BOYKIN . . . . . . Tuscaloosa Arts EARL BRADLEY . . . . . . Albany Arts JAMES BRANYON . . . . . .Fayette Arts BETTY BROWN, A A A . . . Birmingham Arts Blnckl'rIul's. MARGARE1' BROWN, X Q . . Birmingham Arts JENELLE BROWN, X Q . . . . Tuscaloosa Arts Blnckfrlm's. CHARLEY BURLESON . . . . Guin Arts JOE WILLIAM BURLESON . . . . Hartselle' Arts ORLANDO BUSBY . . . . .Mobile Arts Educntlou Club. JOHN W. CARLTON . . . . .Birmingham Arts BEATRICE CARVER . .. . . .Gordo Arts MARTHA E. CIIENAULT . . Albany Arts JOHN HENRY CHAPMAN, JR. . . Montgomery Arts MARY L. CHENAULT. . . . . . . .Albany ' ' Arts Erosophlu Lltcrnry Soclcty. KATHLEEN CHTLTON . . . . . . . Parrish Arts Erosophlc Lltorury Society. ' BOB COKER, JR. . . . . . . . Warren, Ark. Arts ' . ISI 3 4 -EI:-1 v - -- I li' V Af:- . - - - '- ." ' , 3 ' -East ' I ......... .,.. ..,. .,...,.., .... El ,... li ..,. ER .... A .......... Freshman DoRo'I'IIv CoI.I,INs . . . Arli- LURA FRANCES CooN'I'z, A Z Arts MARX' Cos'I'oN ..... Arts ' Arlr DAVID DARIJIEN .... Arts JOIIN DD'rI.Ie, 'If 1' A . . Arts LII,I.lIi MAY Ckoox, Z 'I' A . EDWIN DIIVVEESII, II K A . Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES . . Geneva . . .Sedalia, Mn. Birmingham . . Franklin . . Northport . .Tuscaloosa EI'oHo1IlIlI- Lltr-I'm'y Soclutyg BllLI!lCrl'lHI'H1 Corolln. SIIIt'I'g R,fl.IXlI1ll?I'-JIIJIIIIIISI' SlnI'1', '25, Philadelphia, Miss. Arts Ilottuutot, '25, MAR'I'IIA DOMINICK, Z T A . . . . Tuscaloosa Arts FAI' S'I'. CLAIRE DONOVAN, A A A . Birmingham Arts PERCY J. Dos'I'nR ..... . . Florala Arts MilS0lllC Club. HIUGII R. DowI,INc, K E . .,.. Greenville Arts Ulm Alpha 'l'nu, Vlvv-I'I'm-xlrluvlti lCI'm-Ioph- II: IIILI-I'III'y Soclutyg Corolla, Stuff. PAuI,INIz DRDADDN, 22 II ..... Evergreen Arts ARNOLD EDWARDS, 'I' I' A . . . . Birmingham Arts LACEY EDMUNDSON, A X A . . Bessemer Arts EUGIINIA EDWARDS, A I' A .... Wetumpka Arts C. CIIII-"I'oN FERRELL, 'Ir A 6 , . . Birmingham Art: WII,I.IAIvI PERRY FIDLER . . Birmingham Artx MARE' FORBIS ...... Plain Dealing, La. Arts ' Corolla Stuff. 152 , 4-1 In ui .44-f' Y, -Suv - GMBCQMIJGW THE' COROLLA aamwgcmwg 'llllIIIIIIIIIIIlIlllllIIIIIIIllllllIIIIllIIlllllIllIllIIlIIllIllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIIlllIIIIIllIllllllllllIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll F1'6S1'lI'I'la1'1 Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES X ELIzAnE'I'I-I Fos'I'ER, K A . . . . . Tuscaloosa Arts MAYOR Fos1'ER . . . . . . . Roanoke Art: WALTER M. Fos'I'ER, A T Q . . . . Tuscaloosa Arts FRANCES FULLER, Z II . . . . . Doyline, La. Arts GEORGE GALLACIIER, 1' Z . . . . Jasper Arts GRACE GALLAGIIER. . . . . .Tuscaloosa Arts ALEX M. GARIIER, fb A 6 , . . Birmingham Arts LOUISE GARDINER, X Q . . . Memphis, Tenn. Arts CLARENCE GARRY . . . . . . . . Oneonta Arts El'0S01llliU LltuI'm'y Socluty. EVA MAE GlI,BER'I'- . . . . C . . Tuscaloosa Arts M. A. GRAY, JR., K A .... Meridian, Miss. Arts WILLIAM GREENE .... . Flomaton Arts SARA GRIFFIN, A l' A .... Meridian, Miss. Arts CLAIRE HALL ...... . . Dothan ' . Arts Y. XV. C, A.g Lcnguu of Women Voters. ELSIE HALL ....... . . Opelika Arts Erosophlc Club. 'FRANCES HEMLEI' HAMPSHIRE, K A . . Mobile Special NELLIE BuR'I'oN HARD . . . . . Tuscaloosa Arts N BESSIE HARDY, 2 II. . . . .Bessemer Arts 153 ll 35 ffl .ul-lu ,A, X fr : . li II" I- -- -go, i A T3 ' 17Ffii'fif'y ' JE' ,i"f zfe'f'f ' '-4-I -.. ,. IL: :Lim ' - v" ...,....., ..., .... .......... .... 92 .F 9 L L A 154 Qlgwx 4 EE:-vu COLLEGE OF ARTS Luicu PIARRISON, fb K 2 THELMA HART . . . . Nl5'l'l'A PIEARN . . . . RICHARD HENDERSON, fl' A 9 . . SADIE Hlcxnv, II A . . WILLIAM L. HOUSEMAN, fb 1' A BESSIE HOWELl.S ..... NELAH BELL HUR'l"l' . . . . EL1zAnE'1'H JENNINGS . . . . . FERN JINKS . . . '. . . . SAXON JOHNSON . . . GEORGE Jor1Ns'roN, A K E FRANCES JONES . . . . HOWARD H. JONES, X fl' . F1'6ShlTlaI1 Class AND SCIENCES . Montgomery Ripley, Tenn. . Balboa, Canal Zone . . Troy . New Castle ELAINE DOROTHY I-IICRMAN, A Z . Birmingham CHARLES HOHENBERG, Z B T . . . Wetumpka HARRY HOLDER ....... Birmingham Frei-rlmmn Football Tonm. LARRY HORNTHAL, A X SZ. . .Norfolk, Va. . .Birmingham . .Birmingham . Sweetwater . Tuscaloosa Three Notch . Prattville . .Birmingham . . Highland Home . . Bessemer GNWDGWWDGW THE COROLLA WDGWWDGWWD AIIIlllllIliIIIIllllllllIIIIllIIIIIIIllllliIllIlllllllllllllllllllllll IllllllllllIIllIllIIllIllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIllllllllIllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllIllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll F1'6Sl'lTI'l8.I1 Class 'COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES MARY W. JONES, K A . . . .flrls FRANK JOYCE, H K fb . . . Arts Corolla. Stuff. CLIFFORD KILGROW, K A . . Arts JACOB L. KocH, Z B T . . flrls Do'r LASSETER ..... Arts Erosuphlc. I-IAzEL LAssE1'ER ..... flrts CHRISTINA LEARE .... Arts IIAROLD LEwxNsoN .... Arts WALLACE H. LINDSEY . . Arts ADELE LITTY, X Q .... Arts CALVIN O, LYLE, E A E Ari: LEONARD MACON, 2 X . . . Arts . . Tuscaloosa . .Tuscaloosa . . Montgomery . . Demopolis . Cedar Bluff . Cedar Bluff . . Birmingham . Rochester, N. Y. . Butler . Memphis, Tenn. Lauderdale, Miss. . . .Wetumpka Rho Alpha Tau: Corolla Staff. C. E. MALoNE, JR., 2 N . . Ari: M. CLANTCN MANc1L . . Art: S. B. MARKS ...... , Arts TELFAIR JAMES MASIIBURN, ' Ari: C. E. MA1'1'HEws. . . Arts JAMES C, MAYs, IR., H -K Arn' Freshman Y. M. fl. . . . .Albany . . Andalusia . . Montgomery JR.. . .Flomaton Grove Hill ,A .... Cropwell A. Cnblnnt. 155 'G' lil ...W... .... .... .......... .... 3 .... li .... ER .... .......... A rl: PAULINI5 NoR'roN, 2 H . . Arls JoIIN T. OcI.n'rRI2I2, E A E . Art.: Gnokcs O'RI2AR, II K Il' . . , Arts KA'I'HmuNs OznURN. . . Arts l 156 AIINER JAMES 1VfCIN'l'YRE,2 X . Hottentotag DeMoluy Clulmg Freshman Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES MARGARE'l' MAYO .... . . Brewton Arts C. H. MlDDl.E1'ON . . . . .Jones Mills Arls LUCILLE Mll.l.ER, K A . . . . . Brewton Arts Blmrkfrlnrs. ANI'I'A MI'rcHnI.L, A X S2 . . . . Prattville Arts League ol' Vvomon Voters: Y. XV. C. A. MAGGIE Lua Ml'l'CllELL, 22 II . . Warrior Arts CARRIKLAW MIXSON . . . . .Tuscaloosa , Art: - RUTH MIZE . .... . .Tuscaloosa Arts RUBLII Moon . ...... Birmingham Arts CHARLES Moons .... . . . Clanton Arts JOHN K. MURPHY, A T 0. . .Birmingham Art: OLIVIA MURPHY ..... . .Tuscaloosa Ari: Rosle MACKENZIE .,.. . Holt Ari: Wll.I.lAM DUNCAN MCARTIIUR, A T 0 . . . . .' ........ Birmingham Arts JAMES MCDONALD, X Ill . .... Sylacauga Art: Freshman Football Team. West Point, Miss. Rifle Team. . . . Decatur . Union Springs . . Jasper . .Birmingham ll E ' E l I -r 8:0 - GWWHGNWDW llll III. "II'III' III' Illl 'HO L L A WDQQWQWWE IllIIIIIIIIlllllIlIIIIIIIllllllIIIIIIIIIIlllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FI'CSl'1lTl3.n Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ROIIRRI' J. PARK, II K II' .... . . . Troy A rt: 'UIIlvI1I'slty Band. MARY PA'I'I'oN, K A . . . Arts WILLIAM PARTI,ow, A K E . Arts 13ilfLI'lil'I'li'lI'S, HENRY PA'I"I'oN, II K A . . Arts FRANK PAYNI2. . . . . Art: ELIzAum'II PENRUDDOCKE . Arts MARIR PI-III.IPsoN. . . . Art: DAVIS PoR'I'eR . . . . . Arts RUTI-I POWELL . . . . . Arts SARAH PRICE . . . . . . Art: ALICK RAcsoAI.I2, A I' A. . Arts RonIzR1'RAMsI2Y . . . . . Art: MARGARET Rem, K A . . Arts Blnulcfrlnrs. . Tuscaloosa . Tuscaloosa . Acworth, Ga. . New Market . .Birmingham . . Tuscaloosa Tylertown, Miss. . Northport . WVaycross, Ga. . .Bessemer . .Dothan . .Tuscaloosa N A 1' A . Baltimore, Md. AI.YcIz H. RIcIIARoso , ' ' rl: A Blur-lI l'rlm'II: Ciornlln Ronrd. PAULINI2 RILEY. . . . . . . . .Bessemer Arts Y, W, C. A.: HonoI'uI'y MI-mha-I' of Som- vrvlllo Literary Sovlvty. EI.IzAIm'I'II ROBINSON . . . Birmingham Arts M,LIq0 Rumm . . . . . .Tuscaloosa Arts l CoI.vIN W. SAI,I.I2Y . . . . . . Tuscaloosa Arts 157 'fa i1."'. lm ....1.... .... ..., ......... .... E2 .... R .... E2 .... .... ...ff .......... Science Y. W. C. A. Erosophlvg Y. W. C. A. 158 51,3 4 1I:l Freshman Class COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES FREDA ScHwAR'1'z, II P 2 .... Biloxi, Miss. JOHN Aucusrus SEALS, fl: K 2 . . Birmingham Arts Glee Club: Corolla Stuff. ' LX HENRY SUE SHURETT. . . . . . .Rockford Arts JUNIUS S1Ms. . . . . . . .Selma Arts BIRDA NAOMISMITH. . . . . .Girard Arts LEWIS A. SMITH, II K A . . . . Birmingham Arts Erosophlcg Corolla Staff. JAMES SMn'H'. . . . . . . .Birmingham Arts President Freshman Class: Freshman Foot- ball Team. DANIEL L. Sr. JOHN . . . . . Hartselle Sczenre HELEN BOXLEY STAMPS. . . . .Birmingham Arts NAN STAPLES . . . . . .Winona, Miss. Art: HAROLD STEPHENS . . . . Andalusia Arts JOHN W. SUTTLE . . . . .Felix Arts ALLEN MCMILLAN TARTT, A T Q . Livingston Ari: R. O.. T. C. Brmdg University Bond. MARY Rv'rH THOMPSON. . . . . .Coker Arts JAYNE TUCKER . . . . . . .Woodlawn Art: Y. W. c. A. ...,.,.,. .... ,.,. .......... .... E2 .... EZ A WUGWWJGMU Freshman Class 'COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES JACK TURNER, A T Q ..... Birmingham A rl: Bluekfrlarsg Glee Club: Corolla Stuff: Cap- stone Orchestra. MARY E1'rA TYNDALL . . .BrooksviIle, Miss. Ari: JACK WALKER, A K E .... Columbus, Miss. Arts Hottentot Club. BENNIE LEE WALTERS. . . .Notasulga Art: Erosophie. SIMON WAMPOLD, JR, .... . Montgomery Arts Erosophicg Excelsior. Joi-IN Cox WEBB, A T Q . Art: MARGARET WEEE . . . ' Art: Y. VV. C. A.: Honorary ville Literary Soelety. MARGENE WELCH, A A A Arts MINNEOLA WHA1'l.EY, A X Arts League of Women Vote . Demopolis . .McCalIa Member Somer- Q . vsp Y. MARGARET Wxcm' . . . . Art: NELLIE WlCl'IT . . . . - Ari: SUSYE WILKINS, II A . . Art: EMILY W1NsLE1'r, K A . . Art: NELL WOODALI., Z T A. Arts . Tuscaloosa Montgomery VV. C. A. . . Calhoun . . Calhoun Birmingham Tuscaloosa Guntersville Bluckfrlarsg Erosophiifi Y- W- C- A- EMMETT R, WO0T1'ON,'fI?'A 9 . Hattiesburg, Miss. A rl: ' Gleo Club: Hammer-Jammer. T59 3 4 :nw riff on - A Er ' ? ......... .... .... ......,.. .... E2 .... .... .,.. :il ...,.,.... ' F1'6S1'l!1f13!'l P1'6'L3.W Class Pre-Lafw LEON ARCHER . . - Pre-Lafw CARL BooTH ....... ' Pre-Lafw PAULBOWERS . . . . . . . Pre-Lafw FuLf1'oN B. CLARK, K A . . . Pre-Lafw DILEURN DEBARDELEEEN. . . Pre-Lafw MARGARET FEALY ..... Pre-Lafw RAYMOND D. FOWLER .... Pre-Lafw RoEER'1' G. Gn.LEsP1E, A T A . Pre-Law G. D. HALSTEAD ...... - Pre-Lafw Aucusrus J. I-IARRxs, Z B T . . ' PM-Lafw Club. , Pre-Lafw Pre-Lafw HENRY MAYFIELD . . . . . A Pre-La-w NATHAN MILLER . . . . . Pre-Lafw REUEEN SHALER PA1'1'oN . Pre-Lafw 1 ROY H. PETTY ...... Pre-Lafw ' ELL1oT'G. RICKARBY .... i Pre-Lafw r6o 1 Freshman Football. COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES GEORGE W. ANDREWS, JR., E N . Union Springs . .Westover Manager Freshman Football Team. . . Mobile . Crossville A Crimson-Whlte Stuff: Erosophlc. Birmingham . Wetumpka Birmingham Carbon Hill . Madison . Headland Montgomery Erosophlcg Excolsiorp DoMolayg Tonnls AUBREY HAYES ....... Savannah, Ga, Bluclcfrlarsg' Freslmmu Football Team. HAL W. HOWARD . . . . . .Birmingham . Tuscaloosa . Selma . Hattiesburg, Miss. Collinsville . . Mobile E E ,", 1 4 4 51 -if ......... .... .... ....,.... .... E2 .... 3 O L L A Wf5f3-Mfif-M25 Freshman P1'6'L3W Class 'COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES EDWARD SAUNDERs .... . . Bessemer Pre-Lafw C. PARIS SHIREY ..... . . Tullassee Prn-Lafw Excelsior Lltorury Society. R. E. STREET ........... Selma Prf-Lafw WAL'l'ER M. S'I'UAR'I' .... . Bay Minette Prg-Lafw WALLACE D. WAL'I'ERs, II K A .... Troy Pre-Lafw .llllll'lil'l'll1l'l-li lCl'USODllll'Q Uurulln Stuff: Ex- I-ulnlorg Scum-tuI'y Pre-LILW Club: Cvlxnsun- White Staff. F1'CS1'1l'I1aI1 Pre-Med Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES WILLIAM C. ARIIERY ....... Anniston Pre-Mod Glue Ululr. CIIAUD B. BLACKWELL, 21 N . . Greenville Prn-lllvd Pre-Meri Clulv. BAILEY BOWLINE ..... . Selma Pre-Med CPEORGE BU'l'l'liRLliY .... . . Prichard Pre-Mad J. C. CAMERON ..... Birmingham Pre-Med C. S. Co'I'LIN, JR. ..... . . Mobile Pre-Med JAMES S, DEAN, A T S2 . . . . . Opelika Przr-Mad llnlvuI'slty Bumlp Glue Club: UZLDSLUIIU OI'- r-IIIII-1tI'IL., ' WILLIAM 'I-I. DERAMUS, K E . . Verbena Pre-Mad, Pre-Mud Club. JACK BERNARIJ DISMUKES . . . . Geneva Pre-Mer? HORACE G. FRANKLIN . . . . Thorsby ' Pre-Mad VVALTER S. GAR1fIEI.n, K E . . . Dothan Pre-Med LEMLEY GARRARIQ .... . . Boaz Pri'-Med Erosophlv. CLARKE H. GILl.l5SPY, K Z . . Birmingham Pre-Med Glec Club. 161 'fm 04 .tzfF:fL-,Qg- ' 'Q' ' I -gov ......... ..,. .... .......... .... .... Pre-Med 1 62 Freshman Pre'M6d Class - COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES GILBERT GREENE ....... Birmingham 'Pre-Med RonIsR'I' FRANK HIGGINS ..... Wetumpka Pre-Med RICIIARIJ M. HOBBIE, JR., fb A 6 . Montgomery Pre-Med SIIRRLOCK W. HoI.MIzs, A T A . . Tuscaloosa Pre-Med WILLIAM SrIIzRwoon ISRAEL, 2 M . .Johns Pre-Med Pro-Med Club. LEWIS MORRIS LI'rI'LIz, A T I2 . . . Maben Pre-Med , RAYMOND MACKIN .... Birmingham Pre-Mad l REYNOLDS MOORE ..... . Lincoln Pre-Med SAM V. MCCALL, dl 2 K. . .Tuscaloosa Pre-Med I Pro-Med Club. JULIAN NANcIz ...... . . Florence Pre-Med ' WILLIAM JENNINGS OWINGS . . Sylacauga Pre-Med SAM AUSTIN PERRY .... .ILincoln Pre-Med WELLARD PHARISS ..... . . Center Pre-Med JOIIN O. PRUETI' .... . A. Weogufka Pre-Med Pro-Mod Club. WILLIAM MOCK RoU'roN . . . Greenville Pre-Mad Pre-Mod Club. ' CHARLES RICHARDSON .... . . Ashland Pre-Mad WILLIAM B. RILEY .... . Tuskegee Arts' Vice-President Clnssg Erosophlc. AARON ROSENFELD, 2 A M . . . . . Ensley in . . -I ' -Xzug.!--Iri:EB!5.1. f ' 1 - Gwziffwiica THE COROLLA wgrmagmag IllIllIlllIIIIlllllllIllllllIlllIllllllIllllIIllllllllIIIIIIlIlllllIllIIllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIllllllll F1'CSl'1I'I1aI'l P1'C'M ed Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES J. AI.'I'oN SANFORD, A T A . . . . , Ryland Pre-Med JULIAN A. SHEPIIIIIID .... . . Berry Pre-Med JACK S. SHIPII, II, E K ...... Anniston Pre-Med WvA'I'I' C. SIMPSON, 2 A E . . . . . Florence Pre-Med Alnlmmn Power Company Scholarship: Bluckfrinrsz Pre-Med Club. WILLIAM J, SLAPPEY .... . .Roanoke Pre-Med HOMER C. SPRINGER ...... Tuscaloosa Pre-Med J. VERNER SPRINGER ...... Tuscaloosa Pre-Med NED R. Srunns, A K E . . . . . Birmingham Pre-Med Blackfrlars: Rho Alpha Tau. JoIIN THOMASON ....... Guntersville Pre-Med . Birmingham D. MICIIAEI. TRIPE . . . . Pre-Med Pre-Med Club. JQIIN K. 'TURBERVILLE . . . . Pre-Med ALPIIIaNsI Voss, E X . . . Pre-Med jon WALDISN ...... Pre-M ed RAYMOND WALLACE . . . . ' Pre-Med THOMAS F. WILLIAMS . . . Pre-Med Erosophlcg University Gaoncn A. WRIGPIT, 2 A E . . Pre-Med Rho Alphn Tnu. JOHN A. WRIGH1' ..... Pre-Med LouIs DIxoN WIIICIIT, A' E E Pre-Med Pre-Med Club. . Century, Fla. . Columbia, Tenn. . Florence . Montgomery . . .Hartford Band. . Union Springs . . . Wedowee . . . Gatlsden 163 ta lllWlki -- --f -A -- - -- --i1::fY -V g-A.g,:,' ,X III' , :7ff51.gsiI. I-, i ,wi .A I..-Guru-.. -I ......... .... .... ......... .... E2 .... ER .......... F1'6S1'1I'!18.!'1 Class SCHOOL OF COMMERCE FRANK RUEUS ANDIERSON ..... Georgiana Commerrr EDWARD BEATTY, K A . . . . Birmingham Commerce Corolla Stuff. JULIUS BLACII, Z ll T . . . . Birmingham Commerre CHARLES D. BocAR'r . . . . , Scottsboro Commnrcr' BRUCE BRoWN .... . . . Dolomite Commerce ' CIIESLIEY B. BROWN . . . . . Jasper Commerfe HENRY T. BROWN, K 22 . . . Dothan Commerce Sm-retury Frnsllrxmll Claw:-xg li'1'm-slmmn Foot- lmll, '24: Stags. ERNEST BRYAN, JR. . . . . . . . Greenville ' Commerce EIINEY ADDXSON CAMP, JR,, E N . Columbiana Co m m era' Gloe Club: Erosnphlr: Lltvrnry Sm-luty: f'UllllIl0I'l'l! Ululrg Rho Alplm Tuup Y. M. C. A. Cublnot. WALLACE EZRA CARDWELL . . Hartford Commerte PAUL CAS'l'l.l2BliRRY, JR. . . . . Easonville Q Commrrte ' EARLE I-I. CATIIEY . . . . . . Florence Commerfr' xiii! GLEN CUANEY, A T A . . . . Huntsville Q Commerce WAl.I.ACE WESLEY CLEPPER. .... . . . . . . . . South Pittsburg, Tenn. Commerce JEFF J. COLEMAN, 9 E . . . . Livingston Commeree Vice-President Freshman Commerce Class: Commerve Club: Erosophlc Literary So- m-letyg Erosophlu Representative to Foren- slug Editorial Stuff. Crimson-YVhllog Busi- ness Stuff, Rummm'-Jnmmer1 Vice-Prefv idfent Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. J. R. COLEMAN ....... Midland City Commerre ALLEN P. CUCULLU, A T Q . . Lynchburg, Ya. Commerce Knnvos. EDWARD G. DOUGLAS, 2 A E . .Birmingham Commerce 164 L" gli ' lll'l ii 'A U 3 15 +bi1,Ra ...R.1.iHz4 .:ff - 'E E ' Freshman Class SCHOOL OF COMMERCE RALPH DowLINc, A E E . . . . . Dothan Commerce J. CLEMSON DUCKWORTH, X dv . . . Tuscaloosa Commerce Commerce Cluhg Rho Alpha Tau. LAWRENCE DUNCAN . . . . . . .Aliceville Commerce CHARLES ERIJMAN, A X A . . . . . Mobile ' Commerce WILLIAM HENRY GAMBILL, K 2 . . . Shellield Commerce Rho Alpha. Tau. JOHN GILBERT . . . . . . . .Mobile Commerce JOHN B. GLENN . . . . . Brooksville, Miss. Commerce WILBUR H. GLENN, K E . . . . Birmingham Commerce VERCIAL JAMES GREENE . . . Lumberton, Miss. C01!l7IH,'ff8 WILLIAM DAVIS HAAs, A K E . . . . Mobile ' Com1nerce JAMES A. HALSE. . . . . . .Montgomery Commerce EDWARD HAMILTON, II K fb. . . .Jasper Commerce MELVIN C. HEINZ, E X . . . . . Selma ' Commerce CLIFFORD HILL. . . . . . . .Paint Rock Commerce J. THOMAS HOLLAND . . . . . . . Athens Commerce L University Bahdg Commerce Club. JOHN LEONARD HOLLINGSWORTH . . . Lincoln Commerce ALBERT HUGHES . . . . . . Hartford Commerce N 165 X 3 4 mi'-Ti NH ...,...,. ,... .... ....,.... .ER .... EE .... El .......... SYDNEY HOWARD HYTKEN, K N Commerce Corolla Staff, '24 ROBERT JEFFRIES, fb I' A . . . Commerce Rho Alpha. Tau CORINNE JI-ZNNINGS. . . . . Commerce VICTOR EWING JOHNSON. . . Commerce Commerce Club. H WALTER MCCAULEY JORDAN, E x66 l Freshman Class SCHOOL or COMMERCE . Ruleville, Miss. . Laurel, Miss. . .Tuscaloosa . . Greenville A E. . . Meridian, Miss. Commerce FRANK KENDRICK . . .i . . , . Florence Commerce FRED S. KEY, 2 X ...... Mayfield, Ky. ' Commerce Rho Alpha Tau. ' CHARLES A. Koi-IN, JR., Z B T . . Montgomery Commerce W. N. LANDERS, 111 K 2 . . Forrest City, Ark. Com1nerce ROBERT W. LANE ...... . Gadsden Commerce ROBERT LOVEMAN ..... . . Gadsden Commerce HOMER D. LUCKY, A 2 E .... Moundville Commerce STUART MACKOWN, A X A . . Kenwood, N. Y. Commerce Rho Alpha Tau. MORRIS B. MALONE, E A E . . . Dothan Commerce ERNEST L. MARRURY, II K 112 . . . Dothan Commerce X 3 -BIT-:H tv IFS r'rE' , E 5 ......... .... .... .......... ,... R .... E? L L A WDGMDGME Freshman Class SCI-IOOL OF COMMERCE .FRED MAY,'1' 2 ...... Blytheville, Ark. Commerce WALTER Sco'r1' MlN'l'l5R, JR. . . Bridgeport Co rn meree Commerce Club. HARRY Ml'l'Cl'IELL ,. . . . . Macon, Miss. Commerce DnFoRRes'r MORGAN . . . . . Dothan Commerce En E. MCGEE. . . . . . .Fernbank Commerce LAWRENCE MCINTYRE, 9 E . . jasper Commerce Prosldont Freshman Class. Commerccg Commerce Club. ALLENJ.NlX . . . . . . .Opp Commerce THOMAS CLYDE PIERCE, II K fb. . .Troy Commerce Commerce Club. N. FRANK PRIDGEN, II K A . . . Dothan Commerce University Band. Josem D. ROSENBERGER . . . . Birmingham Commerce , FRED SALIBA. . . . . . . .Ozark Co m m eree T. J. SHELNUTF. . . . . . .Roanoke ' ' Commerce Commerce Club. OLIVER BRAGDON SMITH, K A . . . Tuscaloosa Commerce Rho Alpha Tnu. BERNARD M. SOLOMON, E A M . . Montgomery Commerce NED W. SOWLE. . . . . .Tuscaloosa Commerce 4 Cecn. S1'RAwnRmcs . . . . . .Vernon Commerce 167 PQ 84 ntllwl fd v ---'AA' 'f--' -' ...f -:sau " yr 'A ll' - j-9,4 ' ' f -A --fm -U.-. W ,.....,.. .... .... .......... .LH .... li .... E2 ........ PIz'rI'us M. SU'I"I'LIz. . . . Commerce ERNEST TAYLOR . . . . . Commerce JAMES KIaRNIzY TIsRRIzLL . . . Commerce Commerce ,Cluh, MARCUS TIIALI-IIzIMIzR, Z B T . ' Commerce CLAUDE THOMPSON . . . . Commerce GEORGE L, TIIoMPsoN, E N . Commerce Com m erce HENRY K. ToIsNIzs . . . . Commerce JoIIN WILEY VINING, A 2 E . Commerce Commerce Club E. C. WALL, JR., 2 A E . . Commerce JoIIN WATSON . . . . . . Commerce AARON HARRY WElNS1'ElN, K N Commerce JAMES H. WELSH, 111 K E . . Commerce WILLIAM WILKINSON, K A . . Commerce WILLIAM L. YANCEY, A T A . Commerce HARRY K. YouNc. . . . . ' Commerce 168 Commerce Club. Rho Alphu Tau. Commerce Club. Commerce Club: Hottentot Freshman Class SCHOOL or COMMERCE . Tuscaloosa . Mobile . . Foley '25. . Selma . . Monroeville . . Valley Head Commerce Club: Rho Alpha. Tnu. JOHN H. TlP'l'0N, fb K 2 . . Forrest City, Ark. . Mobile . Eufaula . Sardis, Miss. Club, . Lincoln Birmingham . Vinton, La. Hernando, Miss. . Cedartown . West Blocton .,,y7DI4 -:nw n MA' ,I , .N ......... .... .......... .... li .... ER P11 A WDCFWJWWJ F FTSSIITDBH Class Q lf 5. ' SCHOOL OF COMMERCE Ex K, PAUL C. ZEAGLER, K E ..... Andalusian C01Il1llL'I'CL' Rho Alpha Tau. STANLEY E. ZIEGLER. . . . . .Prichard Commerce' Freshman Class SCHOOL or ENGINEERING JDIIN GAs'I'oN AIKIN, JR, ..... Stockton Mvchaniral Engmcrring CHARLES P. AI.MoN, JR. ...... Florence Electrical Engifmfring ERNEST JACKSON BARBER . . . . . .Butler Mcchaniral Erzgzrlearing HENRY I. BAKER . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa Efzginrerifzg MERRILI. M. BRoYI.Es . . . Johnson City, Tenn. Cifvil Enginccring EDWARD BURDIN . . . . . . . . Bessemer Ci-'uzl 'Erzgzfwcrzrzg University Bundg DcMolny Cluh. WILLIAM JELKS CABANISS, 2 A li . Birmingham Chzrmzcal Engznecrzuy Erosophlr: SI-I'rutnI'y Classy A. 'A. E.: Rho Alplm Tau. HARRY CATIIA .......... Jasper Elnrlriral E ngumcrzug PETER CANE . . . . . . . . . Mobile Engznrerzng 4 OLMSTEAD COPELAND . . . . . . Tuscaloosa Ellyl!ll'Bfl1lg HAROLD F. CULLEN . . . . . . Birmingham Engzncfrlng RICHARD S. EVANS, dw K Z .... Birmingham lndzzslrial Management ORMOND FRAzIIIR . . . ' Engumerzng KING Fos'I'ER, K E . . . . . E71gllll'L'f1Ilg WooLsEY FINNELL, X 112 , .. . Engznrerzng Rho Alpha. Tau. . Albany X Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa 169 8 QEITI ... 114. ...... A- .,,,--- - X, ' ,u llll I Ls, -- . -MN Www h' "if GWWDGWWGW THE COROLLA WDGWWDGWWD F1'CS11l'I18.I1 Class SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING J. B. HEREFORD ......... Gurley Electrical Engineering PAUL I-Ioncas, PE. . . . . . . .Florence Chemical Engineering 'CALVIN JONES, JR., A T Q .... Birmingham Engineering JOIIN H. KARIIII ....... Carbon Hill V Engineering JoIIN W. KESSLER, 2 N .... Montgomery Engineering VERNON LIsF'I'wIcII, X fl' . . . . . . Mobile Engmeerzng Rho Alplm Tnug Gloo Club: UIIlvm'slty Band. JOIIN Kean LI'I'I'LIi, fb K E .... Tuscaloosa Engineering JAMES R. MAxwI1I.I, ....... Sheffield Electrical Engineering LUCIAN MANESS . . . . . . . . .Albany Engineering Mlnlng Club. ERNIss'I' MANN. . . . . . . . .Stevenson Engineering WILLIAM H. MURPI-IRER, fl' A 9 . . . . Troy Electrical Engineering Unlvorslty Band. RoIsI2R'I' VIc'I'oII MUs'I'IN . . . . Dusham, Miss. . Engineering PIITIIR EDWARD MARTIN ...... Mobile Electrical Engineering Josnvu R. Mosnv, A K E . . . . Helena, Ark. Mlllllly Engineering Fruslxmxm Football Squudg A. A. E. GEORGE OLS!-IN . . . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Mechanical Engineering DoMolIIy Clubg A. A. E. RoIIIzIa'I' CIICII. PIIII.I,IPs. . . . . . Altoona Engineering JoIIN C. PUGII, fb K 2. . . .Birmingham Electrical Engineering Corolla Board: Treasurer Clnss. 170 IIII In " L, ' ' 'I GMDGMEGW THE COROLLA wgaowggwg Freshman Class SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Ronmrr WILLIAMS Ronnms . . . . 'Tuscaloosa Chrmiml Engmrrring , J.l'.RUS'l'1N . . . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa Elnclrifrzl E ngimw'ing J. Loom Scuucos . . . . . . Altoona Enginrrrzng MARVIN L. SowI2I.I. . . . . . . Brewton Engmncring Jon SWINK, JR., A X A ...... Minter Electriral Enginwvring llnukv S'roIcIzs, fl- I' A . . . . . . Cordova Engznrfrzng Unlvorslty Bnmlg li. 0. T. C. Ruud. PRESTON R. SAVAGE. . . . . . .Coal City Commrrruzl Enginrz-ring Oscmz HUNDLEY TuoMPsoN, A X A . . . Robu Mzning Enginfrrzng Rho Alphu Tau: Vlce-President Cluss. JAMES PIIILLIP TERRIEY ...... Stockton Ci-'vil Enginnrrzng CIIARLIES E. VINcIfN'I', II K A . . Birmingham Elcdrzral Ellglllffflilg Alulmnm Powter Uonxpuny Scholurshlpg Fl'0Shllll1.ll Footlmllg Freslmmn 13mIlmt- hull. E, I-I. Win-son ....... . Albany Engineering A. A. E. O'I'I'Is WARD ....... . Dothan ' E nginrering JoIIN A. WIN'I'nRs, JR. ..... McWilliams Elcrlriml Enginfrrzng W. B. YOUNG, TI K Ill. . . . Cullman Enginrrrzng f Ulllvurslty Rand. RAT FRHSIIMAN, A E E . . . Angora Junction Cmnpu: li T T , Triple-TIII1-ntnr All-AlllPI'lK'Kl.I1. '28g Score- tnry Doon of "K" Hall: Krupper Roll: Advortlt-:Ing Club: Guard, Hockey TKYHIIII Prlvnto R. O. T. C.: Corolla Board. 171 ft H'7"l'f5f v,!!!uiEE!l! ' ' QWWWWECF4 THE COROLLA WCFWWW15 1IIIIllllIIllIllllIIIIIIIIllIlIIIIllIIllIlIllIIIIIllIlIllIIIIIIIIlIIIIllIIlIIlIllIllIIlIIIIIIIIIIIlIllIIIlllil!IllIllIllIllllIlullllqlllullliwlIi-willllIIIlIllIIIllllllllluillllIuyiwIIIIIlIIIIIIllllIIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllll I i i I t 1 l I ' i 4 i x , . JK ,, I 1 i i 1 ' W ' , -il P'- . L' i it , fn lal'1'0-Qllififlll DR. Al,l!IER'l' iil'R'I'ON Mnolui, MA., Pl1.D. QClticagnj ljfllll nf Grmlualu Sffmol AUTHOR or "CONSCRlP'i'ION .mn C0Nlf1,1c'1' IN 'rms cnxl-'lclmlcR,xcx'," Asn 'KIIISTORY 01-' ALAHAMA Axn nun I-l5oPLra" Nu one has ever come with more rapidity into the admiration, respect and esteem of the Student Rody. liis achievements are Il sound basis for our pride in his presence. VVe feel that a stronger tribute could ll0t be paid to any man. 17: Zbxff Y Qfwlr-v . .,.. .f-. ..... ....... 0 - O fr Wa M E96 9 QQ 6 ,.... ............ N ......... .. ........... Q .W W ' ' v x mv ' , Q, ..,,.........,... .. ........... ........ .... N zfqf Q .......,. ..., .......... ,... E .... E2 ....,..,,. REGU LAR ARIXIY STAFF REGULAR ARMY NON-COMMISSIONED STAFF 176 1 -f-- 'ggi X ' mfr! ! Yrlr fvfn? --7 U1 if ,gp w - in , ' J Q. ......... .... .... ........ .... .... .... 5: .......... BEN A. HUDSON . . WILLIAM M. MASSIiY E. TROY ALLEN . . L. L. EVANS . . . T. C. BYRUM . . I Regimental Staff . . . .l . . . . . . . . . . . Cadot Colonfl . . . Cadet Lieutenant-Colonol . . . . Cadvt Captain and Adjutant . . . . Cadrt Captain and Supply Officer . . . . . . . . . .Cadal Captain and Pvrxonncl fldjutant MISS EVRINN ADAMS, Sponxor First Battalion Staff .Second Battalion Staff C. W. LAUVIE ......... Major R. K. PERKINS ......... Major A. Z. ROGERS .... Captain and fldjutant E. V. S'I'AIII.IiR . . . Captain and fldjutanl MIss LucII.LIa MILLER, Sponsor MIss FRANCES r11H0MAS, Sponsor Third Battalion Staff S. L. Ml'l'CPIE'LI. ....... . ........ Major C. E. RANKIN . .......... Captain and Adjutant MISS MARIE SMI'I'II, Sponsor 177 IHBIH Cx C IFl"l ! f- ' -' --. ....,.... .... .... ....... .F O R9 L L A P. C. GlI.I.lI.AND W. A. PIARRIS . G. S. FINLEY . W. J. Bkooxs . J. F. SU'I"l'Lli . J. R. IIowARn . J. A. BxvoNA . Headquarters Company ' Mxss Mumusn Moolua, Sponsor Company HAQL- Infantry Miss ANNIE MAUD VVILKINSON, Spnnmr . . . Captain First Lieutenant First Lieutenant First LiL'utt'nant . . . Captain First Lieutenant First Lieutenant 1 78 ' ....1.... ..., .... ......,,. .... R ...Ei .... ER .... .... .... 52 .......... B. A. GREEN . . W. H. KIARNIER . . C. DAv1s . . . R. R. C1u.1.owAv . . J. M. Mmuum' . A. II. Lms . . Company NB"- Infantry Miss Iimlsla jlixxxxs, Sponsor Company HCw- Infantry Miss Num. VVoolm1.l., Sponsor .. . . . Captain I"ir.vl Lirulfnanl First Livulenant . . . .Capiain First Liculonanl First Lieutvnanl 179 ......... .... .... ......,.., .... E2 .... Ei .... .... .... :Tk .......... J. I. Tumfxvu.l.ls . W. R. Smml . . J. M. MoN'1'GoMlcRv VV. D. BRl'l"l', jk. . R. E. JOHNSON . T. L. HODSON . . C. VV. 'FOENES . . Mums Vuxnuass . Company NDN- Infantry Miss MARGHNM VVELCII, Sponsor ompany uEH- Coast Artillery Mxss MARY RUSll'l'ON, Sponsor . . . Captain First Licutrnant First Lieutenant . . . Captain First Lieutenant First Lieutenant First Lioutrnant First Lieutenant 180 Swf if ffs gf X534 n IT1 4....""' ,...1.... .... .... .......... .... E2 ..., E2 .... .... .... 55 .......... 0. L. DUPRH . A. D. I-IQLMAN G. R. BYRUM . L. S. MCCUl.'I,0M W. C. Jo11NsoN E. L. Svxas . . C. A. PEARsoN . ompany "FH-- Coast Artillery Miss EMMA' VVlNSI.Ii'I"l', Spomor Company NIM- Engineering Miss clARNli'l' MCAUAMS, Sponsor . . . Captain l"ir.fl Lifulrnanl Firsl l,iful1-nan! Firsl Lifuhrnanl First Livulvnant . . .Caplain Firxt Livutvnanl 181 ....1.... .,.. .... ......... .... E2 .... EE .... SR .,.. ....,..... J. H. JouNsoN . . I. M. BRliI'l'liNBACII J. R. IIowARn . . Faux Mlmnm. . H. C. TRAYLQR . Company NKN- Engineering Mxss RUTH SCARHOROUGII, Sponsof Company MLN- Infantry Miss RUTH MCMILLAN, Sponsor . . Captain . . . Caplain . . . Captain First Liculcnanl First Liculcnant 182 a ' "" A . ISI! A x an . 51--, WWCFWDGW THE COROLLA QGMDGME5 ullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIllIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Company NNIN- Infantry J. A. LANE. . .............. . . . .Caplain V. L. 'FRAYLOR . . ............... . . Firsl Lifulrmznl Miss FRANCES HAMPSIIIRIE, Sponsor Anti-Aircraft Artillery Detachment S'l'liRI.ING NICCEAULEY. . ....... 4. . . . . ....... . Captain II. K. CPARDNHR . . . ............ . . First Li1'1lfl'lId7lf Miss IIAZHI. Iiuovw, Sfsomor n--uv 183 n V. TRAYLOR, V. L. MCCOLLUM, L. S. ....1.... .... ,... ........., .... ER .... EE .... ER ...:,..... C. VV. LAUVE ..... W. M. MAssEv . . E. V. S'I'AnI.ER ALLEN, E. T. BIVONA, J. A. BRITT, W. D. BREITENBACII, J. M. BROOKS, W. J. BYRUM, G. R. BYRUM, T. C. CALLOWAY, R. R. DAVIS, C. DUPRE, O. L. EVANS, L. L. FINLEY, G. S. GARDNER, H. K. GARNER, VV. H. GILLILAXD, P. C. Offlcers Club OFFICERS MEBIIZERS CPREHN, B. A. HARRIS, W. A. HODSON, T. L. HOLMAN, A. D. HOWARD, J. R. IPIUDSON, B. A. JOHNSON, J. H. JOHNSON, VV. C. JOHNSON, R. LANE, J. A. LAUVE, C. W. LEE, A. H. MCGAULEY, S. MAssEY, W. M. MARRIOTT, J. M. I84. residfni Vice-President . . S eU'1'!ar y- Trr-amrn' MENIJEI., F. M I'I'cHEI.L, S. MONTGOMERY, J. M. PEARSON, O. A. RANKIN, C. E. ROGERS, A. Z. SMITH, W. R. Su'I'1'LE, J. F. STAELER, E. V. SYKES, E. L. TURBERVILLE, J. TOENES, C. W. TRAYLOR, H. C VENTRESS, M. Er. L.: unfit Q:-,gg I f ,-1 -V , - I Y 'I-I f--V.- f .. .. . . . . . . N E -.I I " 'W-gf, , f 59,-U 'n V-'JI . H4311 -. fx' , - 1 A .- - lrwznn .far ' - L ,EI ......... .... .... ......... .... .... E2 ..,. ..,, L A WGMFGMU Rifle Team CAPTAIN I-IoIINIs'I'I'Is . . WV. M. Mfxssux' . . . . Cnplailz MIEMIIERS BROWN MAXWELL, J. F. CA'I'I-Im' MI1'cIIIzLL COLLINS RICE ENGLEBIERT RICKARBY FImzIs ROSENFELD PIOLLIS SMITIYI, G. JONES SMITII, C. L. MCINTYIQH STIIICIQLIINIJ Mzxssax' fCAP'l'AlNJ S'I'. JoI-IN MAXWELL, W. J. SWINIQ TWITTY , 135 EF'-' f I -I- ' Coach GWWGWWGW THE COROLLA WDGWWHGWWD flllIIIIIICIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllmjlllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllIllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIllIIXIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllll r. CAIVITAIN BUIi'1'0N CAPTAIN HOllNl'I'l"lfI4I In :mlm-1-lutinlm ul' tln- unth'Inp.: 4-I'l'orts ul' tln-ew twu 5:4-nth-nwn lu In-ttm-1' Mllltanry ut Alllhlllnfl, nml to Nm- au. ull tlmvs thx- vh-wpmlllt ol' Lhl- Htuah-nl, this pmgu is mu:-mL anl'l'1-1-liulmtm-ly 111-nil:-nu-nl hy those who lmvc lwrolhn-41 umh-1' Lln-m. "THE COLORS" 186 '- T- -f . '7 W ' . " -' g'--'MA' iz.. ff lj'.'f?fg:! 1 4... " 4-' if . F Q Q .- s f N: g! Q' Q Q Q 41 M Wu 2 5 '92 fra , , 35 M1 5 V 22 Q- ,cn was an 9 ' -' D 0 O 0 In I 0 on n V I Q 5 ' A ll V 5 ' M - - . ' o 4 0. n 4 ' .N A af I 5 A S H I I . 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In a small meas- ure, outstanding events of the year are given in pictorial form and in chronological order, although on account of the early delivery of COROLLA material some events of last year must be substituted for the same ones of this year. It is to be. hoped that the cul- mination of our endeavors to por- tray our "Capstone" in action will be favorably received by the re- cipients of the COROLLA. Whm+ Kind Qfii 05 99 Theparaaie beiween elves bcffhe wl'li1'e--sljrisf W . Barney Sparky 5fLll"1S ING of ual Cprowcler' snaps one on raw: gf 'Al Sbonfe-.,+he Human Cfarbia e4Cram err-male 33+ is rneeis clqtalle Di V 5 Je-153 fha? Sfruffinu H+ He drurn mefor' Ou ' X I x, Q, 1 4. f x ,ll Ill ra x , . A . "7 ed WM Ol G xsirahon 5 24' NICG ball 'E-'W-"' The one and only-'O Cphampf glmshinQ"'GlmShin,Q-1' masl'winQ"'Cr'z1shin5,fA pie-ecafersff . GTG? ,l ' 3411.-'V'-,., yy' - o a c h J r' 3 C" , ., All Amer-:ca-m--2 A W noiableis. . 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Phi Delta Thrta Phi Gamma Delia FREEMAN SUTTLE PEY'1'oN Bum Phi Kappa Sigma VERNON STAB! ER P1 Kappa fllpha SHELLIEY SANSEURY P1 Kappa Phi JACK Si-1ANNoN Sigma Alpha Epnlon Framx MENm1 Sigma Alpha Mu CHARLES TPIICPFNT Sigma Chi ORMOND SGMERVILLE Sigma Nu BROADUS M CoNNA1s1R Dr-lla Tau Dflia MAUIQICE CAHFIN frm Bria Tau . Phi Sigma Kappa 215 N HA' 'mf-Y .Hi fi . 1, , X A, ....fig -Y -Y 'R ' .H 4 'f' ' -v , - -- ' -1 ,v'f'.- , m u , . . -f . h ',,,.!,. .. i n Y ,,fp- . -- ' -- :E-. . f ef' ' -1? - 216 MA. , , ,. .HLA-QL Jig ri W ! xxxx .I-, w I I, it-It 373.3 7 .. , ,, ,, , gs' - 11" " " ' 4" GWWDGWWDGN IIII l.I' lllllllll IIII Il" III' IIII LA WDGWWDWWD Delta Kappa Epsilon Founded at Yale University in 1844. Forty-four Active Chapters. Colors-Crimson, Azure and Flower-Pansy. Publication-"The Delta Kappa Epsilon Quarterly." Old Gold. FOUNDERS W. W. A'l'WA'l'I-IR G. F. CHESTER W. B. JACOBS IE. G. BAR'l'LE'l'T J. B. CONYNGHAM E. V. KINGSLEY F. B. BIELLINGER I-I. CASE R. C. CORNELI. J. M. DONOIIO R. B. DUGGER JAMES H. FITTS T. I. FRANKLIN W. W. I-IORTON C. N. RIGHTER E. B. SIIAPLEIGH Psi Chapter Established in 1847. Re-established in FRATRES T. O. FOSTER BRYANT GULLEY E. C. GULLEY T. J. HILL FRATRES IN TOM GARNER IN UREE G. D. JOHNSTON F. G. NEILSON F. D. PARIIAM S. H. SI-ROTT F ACULTATE HUDSON STRODE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE T. D. SHERWOOD A. E. STETSON 0. W. STOWE Q ROBERT VAN DE G E. E. VERNER J. A. VERNER A. S. WYMAN RAAFF Class of 1925 JOHN MILLER LANGHORNE GEORGE HAMILTON STUBBS, JR. Class of 1926 FRANK HARDY BROMBERG TIIOS. ALEXANDER HAMILTON DAVID BRENT MILLER ARTHUR CAMPBELL CROwDER,JR.CIIARLEs WILERED LAuvE WILEY TUNSTALL SEARCY GEORGE ALLEN HAAS PETER BRYCE ROBERT I-IENRY BAUGI-I, JR. HAROLD REUBIEN CHASON PERCY RIVERS BROWN GEORGE BUSCII . GEORGE JOHNSTON, JR. WILLIAM DAVIS I-IAAS NORVELLI-I ROBERTSON LEIGH III CONWELL SHOUP SYKES JULIAN FREDERICK MCGOWIN Lafw Class of 1926 HAMILTON ROBERT BERNARD HARWOOD Class of 1927 JAMES PORTER COLLIER EDWARD WOOIJFIN HOwzE WILLIAM ALEXANDER COLLIER CHARLES SCOTT SYKES Lafw Class of 1927 MORTON NESMITH Clan o f 1028 HENRY SHERWOOD MCCARTY JOSEPH ROYAL Mosm' 217 THOMAS COOPER VAN ANTWERP WILLIAM DEMPSEY PARTLOW EDMUND RUCKER STUEES JACK WALKER I O 1 nnnlf --. - I- IIII I...-I 1'-3151.211 H-A. as I-If ,WJ Vi.:-V . .S V1 -'3',b:7t A ntilw O' GWWCFWJGF THE COROLLA . 1 my , - ' f z V Q!! I" . 'fixf V H U 4 y .. H H i1 , 1 . , J ,, 1 il H' . X V l- . M? Fix XM-,1 .2 1'-fm 'v .M li! ff X-ff' UE LTA 218 A ' , f ir-g,w ' f'-S-Lga gsfaagffff - 1 ....,.... .... .... .......... .... E2 .... Ei .... E3 ...L L A WHGWJGMD Phi Gamma Delta Founded nt VVRISIHIIQUJII and Jefferson on May I, 1848. Sixty-six Active Clmplers. Colors-Royal Purple and VVhite. Flower-I'Ieliotrope. PllbliC1lfi0ll-wlxlltf Phi Gamma Delta." FOUNDERS DANIEL WEns'rER CRoE'rs NAEMAN FLIETCIIIER J. 'l'r-:Mx-LE'1'oN McCAR'rv JAMES El.I.1o'r, JR. LUCIEN ADAMS B. T. CoI.I.lER C. M. Fl'l"I'S JDDN M. CIALLALIEE IC1.1.lS BAILEY flRIiGG SAMUEL B liA'I"l'Y VVILSDN Theta Chapter Established in 1855. FRA'rR1zs IN URBE DR. J. A. MAXWIiI.I. DR. JOSEPH IE. SIHRIA' JOSEPH H. MCGUIIRE JOSEPH S. RICE C. N. MAXWELL, JR. JAMES RICE A I-IAYSE 'FUCKIER GEORGE N. MAXWELI, LUTIIER M. MAXWEI.I.,JR. FRATRES IN FACULTATE ' J. E. Llv1NGs'1'oNE FRED R. NIAXWIELL, JR. GORDON D. PALMER R. G. McWn.1.1AMs La-w Class of 1926 I.. BIiI.I.lENGliR S. C. I7l5'I'I.H5 P0.ffyl'I1liIll1l6 JAMES II. IVEY Class of 1925 C. R. Ivrsv' R. H. COCDRANE, JR. W. S. DONOVAN P, G, MCCHNTQCK R. A. VVALKER L. G..FREEMAN C. A. SOULE VV. II. BAILEY ' Clzm' of 1926 ' VVILLIAM D. ANDERSON HARRY A. MARTIN E. VV. PENNINGVDN E. H. PRI'l'CHIE'I'l' O. I.. IJUPRE R. F. NIOSIZLEY, JR. U. J. VV. PETERS, JR. C. IE. r1'WlEliDY, JR. Class of 1927 CLAUDE ALIEXANDIER DAVID R. MURPHEY, JR. H. C. ROGERS BASS Sv,-mms JAMES OWEN KIENAN R. P. PROWELL CEHORGH IE. SLEDGE BRYANT IIQW R. B. JEFFRIES IIIENRY STOKES H ERDER1' ME EK Class of 1928 ROBERT IIENIJHRSON W. L. HOUSEMAN .219 ARNOLD IEDMDNDS JDIIN Dli'I'l.lE HD vi "'w"' 5lf - V' '-" F- 'E ' -K--'fm fififf-4-fix. E. I "- 4 uh. - L4 220 ....,.... ..., .... ......... .... ER .... R ..,. ER .... P A WEGMUGMYT5 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Founded at the University of Alabama, I856. Ninety-four Active Chapters. Colors--Old Rose and Royal Purple. Flower-Violet. Publication-"RecOrIl of Sigma Alpha Epsilon." FOUNDERS NATIIAN ELAM COCKRELL VVADE I-I. FOSTER NOIILE LEsI.IE DliV0'l"l'IE AIINER EDWIN PATTON TIIOMAS CIIAI-EL COOK SAMUEL M. IDIENNIS JOIIN WEEE KERR JOIIN B. RUDOLIIII Alalaama Mu Chapter FRATRIES IN UREE W. W. BRANDON EDWARD DEGRAFFENRIEID C. M. HANNA J, R, ML-LUKE S. F. CLABAUGL-I CY HART ' L. B. IIERIILIN G, R. ROW FRATER IN l'lACUI.TA'1'lE J. R. MCLURE FRATRES IN UNlVERSl'FA'FE Class of 1924 E. L. RUII Class of 1925 GUY M. COLE R. CLYDE PROPST JOIIN J. SIIANNON I-IENRY A. YOUNG M1-diral Class nf 1925 BEDFORD F. FLOTD LESLIE V. RUSII WILLIAM D. BRl'l"l' LLIEWELLYN D. SIMPSON BERNEY HENDERSON Class of 1926 ARCl'IlE KING EUGENE B. ETIIIERXDGE JAMES JOI-INSON J. H. GLENN Medica! Class of 1926 ROBERT TIIOMAS DURWARD JACK L. CHDIJIENS ROIIERT L. HARMON ROBERT ASIIGRAET HENRY NIACDOWIQLL WILLIAM CABANISS CALVIN LYLE WYAT1' SIMPSON ,gf-14-E? ' -Q Lafw Class of 1926 FRANK M. YOUNG JOIIN L. GOODWIN EDGAR VVILKINSON Class of 1927 ROBERT GORDAN ROIIERT H. NIK ' WILLIAM WEISS Class of 1928 EDWARD DOUGLASS MORRIS B. MALONE EDWIN WALL 22I G. M. FEATI-IERSTONE JAMES l'lliNDERSON MAURICE P. MOORE O. VVRIGIIT ROBERT T. GOODWIN JOIIN Y. RUST FRANK I-IAGON CLIFTON E. NEWTON WALTER M. JORDAN rllOMPIE OGLETREE GEORGE WRIGHT Wllfft ll T. H 1?.,.9.9?..R .... E2 .... ..,. .......... I I f 222 --- V -H - - M ww nqvffu. - , ...f "1 Y ' -- E "MB 'fi-'Q il 5" 5425 . -1:m:H!44 - - 53525535259 THE COROLLA WZWWDGWWD 3IllIll!IIuiIIIIlIIIlgIlIIlIIIIIIIIIIIllIIllIllIIlIIllIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIEIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIllIIllIIIIIIIIlIIllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIlIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll Kappa Sigma Founded at the University of Virginia in 1867. Colors-Scarlet, Green, und White. Flower- ' 1.ily-of-tllc-Valley. Publicution--"The CZlCilICCllS.,' FOLINIJIIRS G. M. ARNOLD W. G. McCoRMAcIc F. C. NICODIEMUS J. C. Bom EIIMUNII I.Aw ROGERS Beta Chapter l?RA'I'RIas IN URIIII IC. II. IIINGIIAM JAMIIS F0s'I'IcR J. J. PA'I"l'0N VV. C, SnMIgRvII,I,gg K. S. EILAIIASII A Il. G. IVICGAIIICY W. R. I'A'I"I'nN C, C, VIQRNER M. T. ELAIIASII DR. IIIIRRIIRI' I'A'I"I'oN SAUI. SMI'I'II T. B. WARIJ FRATRIIS IN FAcuI.'I'A'I'I2 VV. P. O'I'fI' MII.I.IEIl VVILLIAMS 1"RA'I'RIIs IN UNlVlERSl'l'A'l'IE l'o.flf1rrI1fI1aI1' IEIIWIN II. M0014 Ii ' l.'l1I.v.v of 1925 R0nIIR'I' Il. IIIN'I'oN B, N, Gpmgg JAMIIS B. fiAMlIII.I., JR. VV. II. BARNIIS J. M. BROWN VVILLIAM AIIA Ms RonIaR'r Al.UIll'l"I'fJN JAMIfs CULLIIIR I70S'l4IfIl TOI.HEIl1' BROWN WILIIUR GLENN JAMIzs SIIIRLIIY cilllfd' nf 1926 R. M. IIOLMAN Lafw Clasx of 1926 II. T. DIIRAMUS Class of 1927 M. A. KIaI'I'II R. C. RIax'NoLns Lafw Class of 1927 IEMMII'I"I' VVAL'I'IzR LANNINI: 'Class of 1928 VVILLIAM T. DIIRAMUS N. F. PRIDGIIN IIIIGII DOWLING KING Fos'I'nR 223 B. M. HARLEY J. I.. IIII.I.IIOUSII CLARK S'rAcnnRs CLARK GII.I.IiSI'II5 AIi'l'l1UIl RALLS VVILLIAM I-I. GAMRILL VV. S. f:ARl"IIEI.ll, JR. PAUL ZIZAGIIAR ,,2'i,, .Q I - ---' . ' ' Ilvw .. 2... ,,. , ,Wm V-nf . is - ,N 'N 1 . "w-1'fFw'i,4.T- " 21. -1. 1 ' nu 4-1,1 .......... .... .... ....1.,.. .... E2 .... .... .... 53 ....,..... V 1 224 ......... .... .... ......,.. .... E2 .... li .... .... ..., L A WEGWWGMJ Founded at Virginia J. F. HOPKINS R. C. ALLISON HUNTER BURNE'1'r 13. H. Fos'I'ER Sigmia Nu Military Institute in 1869. Ninety Active Chapters. Colors-Old Gold Black, and White. Puhlicutioll-"TlIe Delta." , FOUNIIERS J. W. I-IoI'soN JAMES RILEY Theta Chapter Established in 1874. FRATRES IN URBE REGINALII SMITII PEARSON GRIMES W. D. HAYES H. F. FARRIS SAM FRIEDMAN V. H. FRIEIIMAN GREENIfIEI.I1 QUARI.Es VV. A. LELANIJ S. A. MooRE W. H. NIcIIoLS H. B. F051-ER F. F. GATLIN JAMES HAYES J, C, KIRK O. CL GRIMES SIDNEY LEAcII FRATRES IN UNIVERSlT.4TE Poslgradzzaln' C. H. FOSTER Clam of 1925 WILLIAM H. BURR ARTIIUR CUNNINGIIAM CIIAS. M. CURTIS FRANK J. MARTIN Sfnior La-w A. H. CARMICIIAEL, JR. T. G. GAX'I.E, JR. HARRISON KENIIRICR T. H. CARMICIIAEL H I M. L, ROMNSON , SI'f07ld Ymr Mfdmm' J. I-IARoLn WA'I'RINs Junior Lafw ORMONII SOMERVILLE, JR. Class of 1926 J. W. AIRD SAM BRI'I'ToN JoIIN GAMIILE JESS 0. LONG, JR. EDWARD F. AVERYT R. L. COPE, JR. BRUCE JONES E, M. LOVHLACE J. S. CAMP FRED L. Sco'r'r Class of 1927 CI-IAS. L. ABERCROMBIE JQIIN C. CUR'I'Is I-IUIIERI' I-IERREN LEON E. BENSON' 'II-IoMAs M. GIIOI.S'l'ON BERRET1' KESSI.ER En A. HEAVEN, JR. WIIILIAM HAMILTON EARLE T. PIIII.I.II's WALTER S. BRIIVI, JR. Class of 1928 FRANK D. Sco'I"I' GEO. W. ANDREWS, JR. CIIAS. E. MAl.0NE, JR- CLAUDE BI.AcRwEI.I.! GEORGE L. TIIoMPsoN JoIIN W. KESSLER ARCIIIE LEACI-I, JR. WILLIAM GI.ADWIN EIINEY A. CAMP, JR. l ' 225 L-, ---2 ,. - ,. ' ' I1I' . . , - . ' ' V A "' 'ns l j Y vifgg i , . . L -- .l f ' 1 A fi" ....,.... .... ,,,, ,, ,,, ,,,, gy IGROLLA WCFWGWWI5 Q' 4, 'ix-'E' 5 K' 3 'QQNQ7-rf , ., W- , N 1 , ' , ,g Q- A A A 5 - L ' Q Q Q S ' 3 ' 2 . W.: 5 Q . W WT. 1 . 5 ' Q 1 -Q B M., f. Q , A 'f E, QV f5Q Q. 1 f"1' gf ,A . M 1 . M ...K , 5. . N I, fn Q . A - Q , ,,, - Q 'Q , ma 1 1 gs Q 1 W ,- K AQ, ,,.., A wh -Q -Q , Q g A -1 Q Q' ? 1. 1 H1 W " 15' QQ QQ X -Q ' ' ' 'Q' QI 1 J , ' " Q? D' why . WM... Q ':1"n-ll! Q ,QA ' , gif 4 'fu 2 A! . , - -I liz: ,.,..,v,5,,fif 5 E .. - ,.,,,, ' Q W H- .. as 11' f" A Q' gf...-.k:.QJi'EQ.fJ -. AJ.. 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QE' 226 ,,-cr,-,3,,k X mlm Q1 If Y, ,K . will Q 'wig ' ' ......,.. .... .... ......... .... GRO!-LA WJGMEGMH Sigma Chi WUI .YY fl? . ily, 1 . Founded nt Miami University in 1855. Eighty-two Active Cliupters. Colors-Blue and Gold, Flower-White Rose. Publicntions-"Sigma Chi Qu:Irterly" :Ind "Sigma Chi Bulletin." FOUNOERS 'IQIIOMAS COWAN BELL DANIEL WILLIAM COOPER BENJAMIN l7lA'l"l' IIUNKLIE JAMES PARKS CAl.DWlil.l. ISAAC M. JORDAN FRANKLIN I'lOwARn Scomfx' VVXLLIAM LEWIS LOGE wOOn Iota Iota Chapter Estnblislled in I876. FRATRIES IN U REE E. A. AI.s'roN R. BOONE VVILLIAM H. MORGAN FRANK B. PROPs'r GEORGE AI.s'I'ON, JR. C. C. LONG COLLINS PROFSI' WILLIAM RAIFORI, J. R. M. ALs'I'ON CECIL MOIQGAN HERIIERI' PRoFs'I' C, L, SMALLWOOD FRATRES IN FAGULTATE GEORGE I'I, DENNY JAMES S. '.l'HOMAS FRATRIES IN UNlVl2RSl'I'A'l'lE Claxx of 1925 IEEGAR L. ENOCIIS lf. TANNER JOHNSON RALFII MACON IQIENNIETII M. HARPER GEORGE D. IKING CIIARI.Es IIQIHGPIEN, JR, ' Lafw Class of 1925 ' AMZI G. BARRIER ROBERT C. GARRISON Class of 1926 RALFII E. AnAMs FRANKLIN COLEMAN JOIIN C. JAMESON MORRIS WVM-SON IIOWARD G, CAMP JESSE A. GRIFFIN JAMES B. NlillI.li'l"l' GEORGE II, WILSON ' llllfw Claus of IQEA SAN'1'Os S. RUIIIRA, JR. Class o f 1927 IIERSCIIEI. CAl.llWliI.l. GEO. ll. DIENNY, JR. JESSE PUGU ' CIIIESTIER CAI.lJWlfl.l. XVAIJFON LIPSCOMB EDGAR li. WEI,CII E. GLENN CRXSMAN VVILLIAM MORlilSON SAUNDIERS B, CARSON Clam of 1928 ROrsER'r F. AnAMs JOE DENIIAM FRED S. KEY A. J' MCINNRR IIAMII.'rON CRAWFORD lVllil.VlN C. IIEINZ T. LEONARII MACON A, JI, V055 227 . 4 '-Q?'.g,'ll Y li,L.' .., 4,. 'E-MWA """ f1.,pE.E . ':m4!i!,g.if ' ' 3 ......... .... .... .......... .... S2 .... R ..i. ER .......... .....f ,NM ,A.. , kv mf,-,xg 7 I 13 M 'I' "V: , .'3 H y V Q 4, V D L A THEH N 228 - "if ......... .... .... ...,...... .... 52 .... ER .... ..., .... 4 WGMRGMF-5 Phil Delta Theta Foundecl at Miami University ill 1848. Ninety-two Active Chapters. Colors-Argent and Azure. Flower-VVhite Carnation. PublicatioIIs-"Scroll of Phi Delta Theta" and "The Palladium." FOUNIJERS ROBliR'l' TI-IoMI'soN DRAKE RoI:ER'I' MORRISON ARIIIVAN WALKER RODGERS JoIIN WoLIfE LINIILEY ANIIREW WA'I"I's ROGERS JoIIN MCMILLAN WILSON F. H. AUs'I'IN L. CIIARKSON H. CI.EMEN'I's RUSSELL COHIEN G. B. FRIERSON Alabama Alpha Chapter ' V Established in 1877. FRATRES IN URIBIE MAXWELL Moom' WASHINGTON Moom' C. M. MURPIIX' W. B. OLIVER B. S. SEARCY H. VAN IIE GRAAF FRATRES IN FACULTATE W. B. SAFIfoI.n WM. T. VAN IIE GRAAF J. A. SEARCI' G. H. SEARCY H. B. SEARCY A. I-I. SNow A. V. VAN me GRAAF J. G. l70S'I'l2R S. B. I-IARwoon D. D. lVlCfiIlfFliR'l' l J. D. MCQUEEN F. M. Moom' FRATRES IN UNlVERSITA'l'E Clam of 1925 RALIIII CRU'I'cIIER Clan' in Lafw I JAMES M. BURI' JoIIN P. KOl'lN Clzux of I926' All0l.PlI C. CAIIE. JR. FRANK W. JHNNINGS REGINALII B. LANIER JULEN I.. SMITII, JR. LIEVERRET M. MooRE FRANK M. KOIIN R. B. ROBERTSON, JR. SAMUEL R. S'I'EPIIENsoN Class in La-w REID BARNES School of Mrdicim' . HUGII PIARIE Class of 1927 CIIAMI- LvoNs JoIIN D. MCQUIEIEN, JR. DANIEI. I-I. TIIOMAS JAMES B. MCI.liS'l'llR RANnoLI'II SMITI1 JACK TIlORlNG'I'0N, JR. Class in Lafw 'CI-IAs. A. BALI. ALEXANDER GIBSON, JR. CIIARLEs GRIFFIN STACY F. PLANK ' Claxs of 1928 ' CLIIf'I'oN FERRELI. R. M. I-IOIIIIIE BA'I"I'I,E S. SEARCY ALEXANIIER M. GARIIER WM. H. MURPIIREE JoIIN TIIAMES R. A. I-IENnERsoN A ERNEST RAINER EMMETT Woo'I'I-EN 229 llllllflfl ll 'x --3'-L 4 .......... .... .... ......,.. .... Q .P L A ' 230 1 3'4"-f wi ff' ,,,A -Qfg.g ,f:: ' ': E " E-i'vH W ,'. S' 4 E Q 5 J. W. KELLY, JR. ....1.... .... .... .......... .... E2 .... E? L L A WUGMQCMU Alpha Tau omega Founded at Vil'l.'QllllZl Military Institute iII I865. Eighty-fouI' Active Chapters. Colors-Old Gold and Sky Blue. Flower-VVlIite Tea Rose. PublicntioII--"AlplIzI Tau Omega Palm." FOUNIIERS 0'rIs ALLEN GI.AzEnRO0Ic ALI-'RED MARSIIALI. ERSRINE MAYO Ross JAMES F. AI.s'I'oN BASIL M. BURKS HENRY T. BURKS HAROLD CRUTCIIER, JR. J. P. CRU'l'ClIl5R, JR. FRANK S. DANIEL SIIALER C. HOUSER CI.IIfIfoRn T. INGLIS '1'. LOMAX CRUM lin G. BRUCE T. L. BIzNNE'1"I' R. JAMES DEAN VV. M. FOSTIER CALVIN JONES J Beta Delta Chapter Estzllmlished iII I 885. FRATRES IN URIIE DEVANE K. JONES IIENRI' A. JONES JOIIN R. lflENNl5DY O. P. KENNEIII' lCnwARn F. LEACII R. F. I.IsI-"I'wIcII LIIRQI' H. VVo0nRUIfIf G. A. DANIEL J. L. DANIEL VV. J. DEVERE RICIIARII C. FOS'I'liR H. R. HANSON BEVIIRIA' P. I'llEAD FRATRES IN FAcUI.'rA'1'E VV. A. I.ELANn, SR. LOUIS P. MCGEE CLIIf'I'0N H. PENICK J. C. PERKINS VV. H. RYAN B. C. WILLIAMS filEORGl5 LANG VVM. CIIAMI' PICRENS R. E. CIIRISTIAN FRATRIES IN UNlVlIRSl'l'A1'li Class of 1925 WM. S. OLIVER C. S. SMI'I'II W. F. CANNON Class in lwL'tfil'illl' C. L. RU'l'lllERl"0RD Class in La-w JAMES G. MAIJISON SAM C. POINTER Class of 1926 R. N. FOSTIER W. H. EVANS R. F. SAI.MoN J. I-I. MIIAEE M. C. VVIIIIII VV. E. CALLIEN Class in Lafw , J. IIUSSEI' ' CIIAS. A. S'rAREI.I' Class of 1927 S. MARKS ROBERT RAINIEY B. M. SELI.s ALLEN P. CUCULLU Class of 1928 LEWIS LI'I"I'I.E DUNCAN MCARTIIUR JOIIN K. -MURPIIX' 231 ALLEN TAR'I"I' .TACK TURNER JOIIN C. Wrann 9 A IKIFII- ,.,. Y ' A,,,L.,.,, P+,-G. N NNI ,-II IIII ' AI'fg1ug"',z2.f -- - mf GWWQGWWDG? THE COROLLA t. .F 232 4 .,- . --f ,,, .w u' . .. ,, .1-- e1-tx I lfmg1',." f- g4'f1,,:'-- " 'ix-415 . "k:r'!! ' -gi-v .. IIllllIIIIIlIIllIIIIIIIIIIIllllIllIIIIIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllll GWWDWWW IIII l.Il I'IIIIIIl IIII L L A WGNWCFW Kappa Alpha Founded at Washington :Ind Lee University in I866. Fifty-six Active Chapters. COlOrs-CriIn- S0n and Old Gold. Flowers-Magnolia and Red Rose. Publication-"Kappa Alpha Journal." FOUNDERS VVILIIIAM NELSON SCO'I"I' WILLIAM A. WALSII S'I'ANIIOPE M. SCo'I"I' JAMES WARD YVOOIJ MARION COOPER T. W. CIIRISTIAN C. II WALTER BOULDIN WALKER BROACII, JR. LARUE HAIGLER Alpha Beta Chapter Established in I 885. FRATRES IN URDE GLENN FOSTER C. B. CRIMES F. D. GULLEY FRATRES IN FACULTATE W. L. STEIJIIENS R. R. WALLACE BARNWELI. ALS'I'oN FI'rTs FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1925 JOIIN KNOX KIERSIIAW S'I'IRLING SHARP MCNAIR CQIZORGE HENRY NASON Class in Lafw DOUGLAS ARNOLD HESTER Class of 1926 JOIIN ARMER PIZRDUE, JR. If.ARL RUSSELL WEAVER JAMES IIENLEY VVEBB RICHARD W. GOI.D'rIIVVAI'I'E JAMES SCARIIOROUOII, JR. ALLISON T. S. HUBIERT WM. ANDREW TURNIPSEED Class in Lafw WILLIAM JEFF PIARALSON Class in Mcdifinf WALDO CAMP LAWRENCE Class of 1927 JOSEPH JACKSON CALVIN VVALLACE DODDS MINO1' JACK DODDS MCSPADDEN PAUL MEREIDITH SIAEAKE ,Class in Lafw FRANCIS. HUTCIIESON HARE JAMES FRED WALLACE EDWARD TROY BEATTY, JR. CORNELIUS H. BIEDENIIARN E - Class of 1928 FULTON BENSON CLARK, JR. MARVIN ALLEN GRAY, JR. JOS. CLIFFORD KILGROW, .JR. 1 233 . BRAGC SMITII WILLIAM GLENN WILKINSON 6-is " .ff Jfymi llljw,.' m f- - A IM. . , -- +6--v f YL... FQ-JM ,,tifi,.g1f. W I W!'lln,Fl'sII . . , ' ' 1 ,. vi, . f ., .4 ' 4' i,,,A,4i' '. wa , 234. ik- ' ' ' .......,. .... .... .......... .... E2 .... R .... S3 .... WBC'-MYJGWE Phi Kappa Sigma Founded at the University of Pennsylvziniru in 1850. Thirty-olie Active Chapters. Cplors-Gold and Black. Flower-ChrysaIItlIemIIIn. I FOUNDERS .J ALFRED VIc'I'OR DUPON'I' ANDREWS ADAMS RIPKA DUANE WILLIAMS JAMES BAYARD HODOE JOHN 'PIIORNE STONE SAMUEL B. VV. MI'I'cI-IELL Alpha Kappa Chapter Established in 1903. I FRATRES IN UREE J. C. PERSONS KENNETII M. MCDONALD I BENJAMILN I. HARRISON FRATRES IN FACULTATE BENJAMIN I. HARRISON KENNETH M. Mc'DONAI.n FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1925 PEYTON D. Bmn f CLARENCE BRADLEY SAMUEL D. MURPI-II' 1 JESSE M. WILLIAMS, Class of 1926 ' X ANDREW D. BI.AI.OcIc ROBERT B. FORE VVM. W. ANDERSON, JR. FRANK S. HLACKFORD BD. KNOX BOYD I-IOWELL B. DUGGER DOUGLAS G. FIIIE , RICHARD S. EVANS M. LEIGH HARRISON WM. NEWTON LANDERS DRAYTON NABERS JOIIN W. PEERSON Class of 1927 PERCY C. FOUNTAIN JAMES I. FIARRISON, JR. WILLIAM A. LOvE'I'I', JR W. BRYAN MCAFEE Clafx of 1928 JOHN K. LI'I"rI.E JOIIN C. PUGH 235 LUNDY SVRES J. EDGAR WliI.SlI ROBERT M. HILL THOMAS H. McNEII.I., JR. WALTER L. MORRIS JACK R. SEALS HOYLE B. WILLIAMS JOIIN A. SEALS JOHN I-I. TlP'l'0N JAMES I-I. WELSH i 1 -ax? ,H hw Lf' I .AIfEiHI"'-'Vi ' Q I ' ? 236 ......... .... .... .......... .... E2 .... E? .... P L A W-fic?-'MDGMI5 Zeta Beta Tau Founded at the City College of New York in 1898. Thirty-three Active Clmpters. Colors-Light Blue Zllld VVlIitc. Flower-VVhite Rose. Publication-"Zeta Bern Tau Quarterly." BRRNARD BLOCK I. DIELSON AARON DRucIIIaR B. C. I3IIRIaNRIzIcII FOUNDIERS AARON IEISMAN DAVID LIavINIe M. M. EICIIDR I Psi Chapter Established in I 916. 1"RA'I'I2R IN FAcUL'I'ATIz FRIID A. LIawIs FRATRES IN URIID DAVID I,IKlENliI'l'Z Lows POSNIER BERNARD SAX H. B. SIIIaIfIfIIcI.D ICDWIN ROSIENI-'ISLD I,.IsIa D. BLACK FRATRIIS IN UNIVlEllSITA'l'lE Class of 1925 MAURICII M. CAIIIIDN JULIAN OLIM Clan of 1926 MAX S. BAUM JIEAN L. Fuss RIEDMOND Fox BENNIE SDLNICK SAM BLOCK S'I'ANLIcI' M. ERDRIIICII CIIAS. A. KDIIN, JR. CIIAs. M. HQIIENDRRG Class of 1927 VVALTIIR I-I. LIIVY KU'I'cIfIIcR '1'IIRIaIcIfoo'I' Class of 1928 MARCUS E. r1xIIAI.lllElMlER JULI-US BLACII JACOB L. KOCII 237 SAM H. ROSENBAUM ARRAIIAM K. RI'1"I'ENBliRG J. D. ROSIENBERCER AcUs'I'Us J. HARRIS, JR. W4 3 ' " -. W "rin BX ee I Be ef -I - ' GWWJGWWW THE CGROLLA WGWWGW515 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIIIllllIlllllIIIIIIIllwmglllgllIllIllIIFQEII!IllIllIllyllllIllIllIIIIIIIIIIIllIINlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIllllllIlllllgllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 238 -iv ......... .... .... .......... .... li .... E? L L A WDGMDGWU Pi Kappa Phi l'oumled at the College of the City of Charleston in 1904. Thirty Active Chapters. Colors and White. Flower-Red Rose. Publication-"Star and Lamp." Fou N IJERS A. A. Kli0llC, JR. SIMON FOGARTY, JR. Omicron Chapter Estzlhlishecl in 1917. FRATRES IN UIIBE IIERMAN F. BURCHFIIELIJ Rov R. FAUCli'l"l' S. P. FAUCli'l"l' W. J. BROOKS J. LUKE SEWIELL R. A. YOUNG T. A. JOYCE HERBIERT DAVIS A. P. MIZE, JR. T. CI.m'E PIERCE ROBERT ARGO WILI.IAIvI YOUNG S. W. BAILEY N. S. MORGAN R. R. CARo'I'IIERs W. E. PREsco1'r J. M. KIMMEY DR. J. L. SIIAMBLIM FRATRES IN UNIvERs1'rA'I'E Class of 1925 J. P. BURCIIEIIZLE Class of 1026 J. A. DREIII-21, JR. S'l'liRl.lNU MCGAULY H. S. PUGII Class of 1927 W. C. RonER'I's Clam' af 1928 En l'lAMIl.TON IEARNEs'r I.. MARBURX' RonER'r RAMSEY Class in Lafw F. BR Class in Mrdicinc Russ CURETGN S. S. SANSBURY 239 L. M. MIXSON A. B. WRlGll'F DICK PRICE R. K. PERKINS H. B. WIIITAKER F. A. FARRIS W. B. MONROE LACY ELLIS NHILSEN O'REAR DICK IfIAIvII31ER RoI1ER'I' PARKS GEORGE O,RlZAR . R. C. WILLIAMS "' FRANK MEACPIAM J. B. S1'AIfLE'roN H. P. TALBOT 'faux B Kllwn in V,,. . lia r . 'EI Goh GWWEGWWGW T H E C O R III' IIIIIIII 240 ...- xtcr . .:.,,' - rm x v ', ,lf , i "' IE 'ffm1X , ii:-e asg?:f2 " E Wigwam ........ 1... ,... .......... .... E2 .... ..., .... fi ,......... Lambda c1aaA1PI.a Founded nt Boston University in IQOQ. Sixty-six Active Chapters. Colors-Purple, Green, and Gold. Flower-Violet. Publication-"Purple, Green, :Ind Gold." F OU NIJERS PERcIvAL C. MORSE CLYDE K. NICIIOLS Alpha Phi Zeta FRATRES IN UREE II. R. FAUClET'I'E CARI. C. JAMISON FRATRES IN FACULTATE BROOKS FOREIIANO E. G. I-IOwE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Poslgraduaic GEORGE R. BYRUM, JR. Q L. S'rAN'rON MCCOLLUM , TIIOMAS C. BYRUM BEN I-IUOSON HAROLD WITIIERSPOON Class of 1925 NELSON E. HOLLOMON Class of 1926 WALTER H. WEEKS I-IAROLO W. KII.GORE ROBERT MATPIERNE Class in Lafw BEN FIARDIEMAN GERMAIN HARRI RALLS M. COs'1'oN J. I-IAMIL'rON PERKINS, JR. IN7ER B WYAII R . . "", J . LAWRENCE R. SMITH Class in Mcdirim' M. O. PARKS Class of 1927 LUTIIER H. ANDERSON JOE J. SMITII, JR. ELLIS L. WILLIAMSON GUY TAPIA Class in Lafw D. J. PONCELER, JR. JAMES O. I-IUNOLEY TIIOMPSON STUART MACKOWN MAI.COI.M Ross Class of 1928 JOSEPII SWINK, JR. CHARLES ERIIMAN M. DABHS, JR. 241 LESLIE WM. BENTON SOwEI.L TIIURSTON WARREN O. H. WARREN, JR. JOE FLIPPEN s JACK MCCOWN GERALD STONE CIIARLES M., RAY DAMON SURGENER LACY EDMUNDSON, JR. FRANK SMITII WILLIAM MCLAUGIILIN A I x ff jf- . MJT A----w E " "" Ei?.99F 'l1!f ff2' 'E E 'THE co RoLLA 242 , ijfmil , , Qwa fesfszg zff -f "ii i ......... .... .... ......... .... E2 .... li .... El ..., .... ff: .......... Sigma Alpha Mu Founded at the College of the City of New York ill 1909. Thirty-one Active Chapters. Colors- Purple and Wlhite. Flower-Lily. Publication-"The OCf!lg0lllZlll.,, A FOUNDERS LI5s'I'ER CoIInN l'lYMAN I. JACOBSON ARRAIIAM N. KERNER AI1oLI'II FABIS JACOB KAIILAN DAVID B. LnvINsoN SAMUEL GINsnIaRG IRA N. LIND Tau Chapter Establishecl iI1 1919. FRATRES IN URI212 W. P. BI,ooM B. F. RosENFnI.n BIQRNARI1 BROWN J. I-I. r1lEMlERSON FRATRIES IN UNIVIQRSITATIE Clan of 1925 FIeI.Ix MIINIJEI, Class of 1926 JosIaPI1 M. BRIaI1'IzNnAcII l'lERBllR'I' S. BUCK ANDREW COHEN Class of 1927 JULIAN ALANI1 ' MAURICH OLIM DAVID ROSENFELD TIIRoI1oRIa LAMuNsnoRIf I-IYMAN RosENFI2I.I1 Class of 1928 WILLIAM ISRAEL ' BIQRNARIJ M. SOLOMAN AARON RosnNFIzLn 5'-+3 f .- ' I' ll" ' ,T'2- "g'---f-Y-H - E1 'W" Q4iE - 'lE'!!, " ' fl ' .,.- -aiu' - GWWJWWW THE COROLLA WWWWW IIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIll-UUIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQUDEIIIIlllliyluglllIIIllllllIILIIIYIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillIIIIIIIllIIIIIlIllllllllllllllllIlillllllllllllllllllllllllll 244- ...,..... .... .... ,...,.... .... ER .... SR .... .... A WGMQC3-M9 Chi Phi Founded at Princeton in 1824. Twenty-eight Active Chapters. Colors-Scarlet and Blue. Publication-"Chi Phi Clmkettf' Tau Chapter Establishcd in 1919. FRATIER IIN FAcU1.TA'1'D I-Iucn D. PALI.IS'l'I5R FRATRES IN UN1v12Rs1'1'A'rE l'os1gradua1r.r W. S11mv1-'11aLD OWEN Rrac1NA1.D E. THOMAS Class of 1925 Gnokcls O. Sillilfl'Ilil.lJ C. JACKSON Colm' 'IQIIOMAS F. ROBINSON 'IXIIOMAS D. Russ1a1.1. CnAk1.ns V. I'IA'I'CIlli'l"I'E Class of 1926 .Ima II. ROBINSON JAMES M. MoN'1'coM1aRY A, Comix' N. EDWIN PHILLIPS Clan' of 1927 S'l'EPIllEN CRocK1a'r1' MARION A. L1soNARD IEv1sR1'1"r PRU1'r'r DAVID Cnocxmwr S'rlsk1.1NG P. MCDONALD, jk. Class of 1928 CLIEMSON DucKvvoR'r11 JAMES T. McDoNA1.D VVO0Lsm' F1NN1a1,L VERNON LEFTWICII HOWARD H. JONES FRATER IN Umm L150 C. 'TURNER 245 GWWGNWDGW THE COROLLA QGWWGWWZZ5 '4 we H+ fx : k il 5 4gE2?j'f' 'fig 'is- Vs.- in 246 -' Y ,., . 41" " 7 5 GWWGWWGN THE COROLLA WGWWEGWWD JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIlllllIllllllllIlIIlIIIlIlllIIlIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIllllIIIlllIlIVIIIllIIIIIIIIIIlIlIIIlilIlIIIIIllIIIIIIIIlllIIIIlllllIIllIIIIIIlIIIIlIIIIIIlllllIllllllllllllllllllllll Kappa Nu Founded at the University of Rochester in 1911. Colors-Purple and VVhite. Flower-Pink Carnation. FOUNDERS IIARo1.n Lravn Josuufx Brfkwimnrrr l josm-11 LAZARUS Ama LEV1' Moxms LAzARsouN Louis Go'r'1'1.11zn Pi Chapter Established in 1921. FRATRES IN UNlVERS11'ATIE ,Class of 1925 Curcswrzk GOLIISTIEIN SAUL M. fi0LDS'l'liIN Euulawrc R0'rll IIYMAN ROSIENISERG A. Smmn' KAu'1'Us Class of 1926 Louis Roslawmckc Class of 1927 ALFRED SEAL EMANUEL GOLns'r1zIN Class of 1928 i Snwm' H. l'IY'1'KlaN AARON H. VVliINS'l'l5IN 1 247 A 4-g b' 248 ' ' A -' " ?z,3fH il5i!!g 5f 55" ...,..... .... .... .......... .... E2 .... E .... ER L A WDGMEGMU Pi Kappa Alpha 'wif A I wi Founded at University Of Virginia, March I, 1868. Colors-Garnet and Old Gold. Flower- Lily-Of-the-Vnlley. Publications-Qunrterly, "Shield and lDlZll"l'l0lHlQU Arinnnlly, "Dagger and Key." FOUNDERS FREDERICK SOU'I'IIGA'l'l5 'FAYLOR JULIHN EDWARD VVOOD JAMES BENJAMIN SOLATER Ll'l"l'I.Ii'l'0N '1lAZEWlil.l. VVAIILIER ROIIERTSON HOWARD WllI,l,XAM Al,y5xAN,,,3R Gamma Alpha Chapter ALBERT BRANSCOMB A. LEWIS DAWSON EUGENE R. DAWSON ALEERT BRANSCOMB CHARLES EDWARD BINION LEWIS BARNARD I-IAYGOOD JOIIN ERSKINE BISHOP LYMAN FAITII HOLLAND FRANK LYNCH Annm' THOMAS DYER ABERNATIIY HARRY I-'IOLMAN H I5 NDON EDWIN DEWEESE ROEERT LEE FRAZIER WILIIIAM HICKMAN FRATRES IN U REE J. FRANK LIVINGSTON VVILBUR D. SOUTII JACK P. lVl0N'l'COMlERX' FRATRES IN FACULTATE JACK P. lVl0N'l'GOMERY FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE School of Lafw LEWIS VASTINE STABLIER School of Mrdifinc SAMUEL EDWARD VVASSON, JR. Class of 1925 LEE STANFORD lVlClVllI.LAN- Class of '1926 ' WILLIAM ALIs'rAIR MCDONALD Class of 1927 EZEKIAL CANDLER GA'I'HINGs R. SOMMIERVXLLE HILL, JR. PHAROS RUEUS LIiS'l'ER Class of 1928 JAMES CAMRLE MAvs lVlA'l'IlEW HENRY PA'I'l'0N' FRANK PRIDGEN LEWIS ARIs'I'A SMITH 2-1-9 V JOIIN J. SPARKMAN M. P. WEIGEI. H. J. VVILLIAMS JOIIN SPARKMAN WVILLIAM CARROLL NELSON EARNEs'r VERNON STABLIER . ?lAMUEL WILLIAM OLIVER 1IIOMAs WESLEY SEWELL HOMER HORACE MUI,I.INS ALMON CLARK STABLIER RICHARD ALONZO NUNNIELLY CHARLES EDGAR VINCENT WAI.LACE DAREY WAL'I'ERs CLARENCE MEAIJOWS H'-F' ....,.... .... .., ...,..,., ... ..., E2 ,... ,... ..,, ft .....,..,. 250 ......... .... .... ......,,.. .... E2 .... li .... SR L A WEWWT-M9 Phi Sigma Kappa Founded at Massachusetts Agricultural College in I873. Thirty-eight Active Chapters. Colors-Magenta and Silver. Publication-"'1'l1e Signet." FOUNDERS JAIIEZ W. CLAY HENRY HAGNIE FREDERICK G. CAMPBELL Josnm-I F. BARRli'IA'l' XIENOS Y. CLARK w7II,LI,XM P, BRQOKS Gmicron Deuteron Chapter FRATER IN FACULTATE A. B. MooRE FRATRIIS IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1925 IIARRY CRADDOCK J. F. SU'l"l'l.l5, JR. Cl.m'E Mdlqlili ORVILLIE REED PHIELAN SHIEPHIERIJ Clan of 1926 STOIESSIEL BARKSIJALIE IIENJAMIN BIEHRS JAMES FULLER Class of 1927 WALTER Anormlr TOM lVlAXWlELL JAMES BROWN TOM REED J. FORD IIUEER1' SCRUGGS ALLEN IfIARGRovE FRANK VVIEST Class of 1928 GEORGE BU'l"l'liRLlZY . SAM lVlCCAl.L lfilkll l'lUli'l"I' JACK SUIPI' JonN KARRII 251 l---X ' f-Q V-. , ' 1 ff l' 1-l " ""'a'f', ..,...... .... ..,. ..,..,... E .... 52? .... OLLA 252 + J Q9-11-E+ W- - GNWDGWWDGW THE COROLLA WDGNWDGFWE5 llIIIlllllIIIIIllIllIllIllIIllIllIIIIIllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllIIllIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIlIIIIIIIIIlIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIllIllIIllIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Delta Tau Delta Founded :lt Bethany College in 1859. Colors-Purple, Gold, and VVhite. Flower-Pansy. Publication: "The Rninbowf' Seventy-one Active Chapters. FOUNDERS RICHARD I-I. Aufman jonN C. Jonxsox: EUGENE FPARR ALEXANDER C. EARL Delta Eta Chapter FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Pougradualrs KPUIDON T. BAIRIJ Rm' E. Hicks Class of 1925 IELMHR W. DANY GUY S. FINLM' LAMAR MlxsoN Class of 1926 EMILE BARNES BROAIJUS M. CoNNA'rsRR DoNALn L. Kmznk WILLIAM E. BUCKLIZR GRANT fill.l.lS CARI. T. MCKINNIEX' JACK CLAY LUQIAN Gn.I.rs IIARoLn L. RANDALL Clan of 1927 MOR1'0N AYRES Wn.1.1AM O. IIARRxs CJLEN S. CHANEY Fox H. IIARMON Wn.I.xAM H. COGGINS FOREST B. LOWRY T. ALFRED Cox Cnm.sHA C. VVHITE Clan of 1928 RomsR'1' G. fPlLl.IiSPlIi SIIHRLOCK W. HOLMES J. Al.'l'0N SANFORD XVILLKAM L. YANCIEY 253 - 6- . f M W- AH E 'W' if? " E ' " 'G ++ , . + ,,1, 11, 1 , 1. 1, 1 1 ,, ,, ' 234i ----K - fr .. !- 4 w TE' fm- - 451 'li5.!!!"' " E Founded :xt the University ......... .... .... .......... .... E2 .... E2 .L L A WDGMQGMF5 BLA1N1s I-I. COONIER WILMHR E. LAclcx' PERRY A. T wl'1"ry EARL A. Kmn JOSIEPI J. CHILTON Rosa KENNI5'I'lI H. VVARRIZN HENRY SMl'm Gamma Sigma of Alabama in Januzxry, 1922. Colors-Light Pink and Light Blue. Flower-VVhite Rose. FRATER IN FACULTATE DR. S'r1awAR'r J. LLox'n FRATRIBS IN U NIVIERSITATE Class of 1925 SIIERRILI. L. Ml'rc1u1LL FRED F. CRONIRR Class of 1926 CHHs'rlaR I-I. WALRRR VVILLIAM L. I'IANcum' Jo11N L. SULLIVAN Ifirxl Year Mvdirinc 1 H. Curcmxs Frusn M Class of 1927 EARL B. TnoMAs WALLACE L. SocRwliLr Class o f 1928 DowN OSCAR PIEARSON SIIIVERS O. MCCOLLUM WM. T. BR1'r'roN Wx'A'1'r L. I-IEFLIN ING, JR. M. L. NORMAN LILA S. MOORE JAMES Rlvas PAUL Honmss Fluan M. MAY CHARLES P. ALMON GEORGE L. GALLACIIIER PLEDGES RUss1zLL A. Lewis' CHARLES D. BocAR'r ROY 'vV. MCKHNZIE 255 ffr--. :YS P lffm-1 -A2 -LAT W.. ff . .-7, . 2 -2 LL. .'E,7,Uw:,N . :E . 11" 1.5 . ll '- -.. 1, . ' L: , Q- fr ' A -iv .. I uf 96,34 1 wn GWUGMJW T H E.. . .C .Q .... R .... E2 ...,,..... , sf , .Q21L-sfg-1.1-'i Q' 1 .' ' E 256 , ,,,, -giriEe?s?jg?.M W 4 Yn2rn", .. , 11 1 6 Azi fnf---W .M E f' h-iff?1,,3g,B tf5Fli5!1!i .f4 ' 4 E GWWDGNWUW THE COROLLA WJGWWESWWD JIIIIIIIllIIIIllIIIIllIIIIIIIllIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIlIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIllIIIIllllllllIIllIIIIIIIHllllIIIlIIIIllIIllIlIlllIlllllIIllIIIIIIIIlllllIIIIIlI'IIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll , .- Delta Sigma. Epsilon i Founded :lt the University of Alabama in 1923. Colors-Gold and White. Flower-Fleur de Lis. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1926 LEWIS KNOX CA'I'o DAvm EUGENE LOE LUclUs I-I. VVALOEN FRED MCLENIION X I Class of 1927 DON J. BARBER L. B. LE'rcI-IER JOSEPH E. CAMPIIELI. W. HAMILTON THOMAS GEORGE H. CHARLES PAUL L. WHITE W. F. ENcLEnER'r HUIIERT E. W1sE Glas: of 1928 E. RALPH DOWLING LESLIE PAYNE HOMER D. LUCKY JOHN W. VINING JOHN WESLEY L. DIxON WRIGHT 257 lm GWWGWWJGW THE COROLLA WCWWGWW IIIIIllIIIllIllIlIIllllIIIIIIIllllIlllllIIIIIT!-IlIlIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIllIIIIlIlllllIIIIlllllllllllilllllllllllIlllllIIIllllllllllllllllilllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1'i4 , ,4., CY, h 41, -f 'If 'A M ' ibn my -j fMt m . ,, f ff' ' gQf g ,TgfW' Q' ' 258 4 I"'5m"'N "W r "mg WE! Q2-1' -1 X 1 CAWWDGWWDGN THE COROLLA WDGWWDWWD Theta Sigma 1 A 1 H A1 Founded nt University of Alabama in 1925. Colors-Old Gold and Blue. Flower-Pansy. FRATRES IN UN1VERSl1'ATE Class of 1925 WADE I-I. COLIJMAN, JR. JlaNK1Ns JACKSON Class of 1926 Rox' VVILKE INMAN TOULMIN , Claxs of 1927 DONALD MCCUAIG JAMES Sl'0'l"l'SWO0D llommx Wrucm' Class of 1928 JEFFERSON COLEMAN LAURENCE C. MclN1'vmz EAuNl2s'r Tnvmk 2 5 9 I lIIlI'II' O R IO L L A WGWWCFW i 260 ......... .... .... ....,..... .,.. S2 .... 5 OLLA W3-MQGME g 4.15. Arch Club An Interfraternity Social Orgnnizntioln Selected from the Upper Classes. OFFICERS PERCY R. BROWN ..... ..... ....' . P resident FRANK MARTIN . . . . Vice-President J. B. GAMBILL, JR .... ..... S ecratary JOHN MACK BROWN . . . . . Treaxurw' PEYTON D. Bmn . . Mancha! MERIISERS RALPH E. ADAMS JESSIE A. GRHEFEN JOHN C. JAMESON JESSIE S. PUGH J. B. GAMBILL, JR. ROBERT ALBRITTON JACK COLEY THOMAS RUSSELL JAMES NIONTGOMIERY JOE ROBINSON MARION LEONARD 'FIIOMAS f3HOLS'l'0N EO. KNOX BOYO FRANK BLACKFORD WM. W. ANDERSON PEYTON D. Bmn lVlII.'l'0N WEEE lJOUGI,Ass I-IEs'rER JO!-IN Rusr JEAN ETHERIDGE PERCY BROWN GEORGE HAAs FRANK BROMBERG EDWARD Houzs EOWARO PENNINGTON J. W. HH.LHOusE JAMES AIRD JACK MQSPADIDEN Rvws WALKER JOHN MACK BROWN EARL PHILLIPS lIAvEs CJLENN ROnER'r MOSLEY GEORGE SHEFFIELO FRANK MARTIN GUY COLE 261 .......... ,.,, ,.., . F3..S2...E...O L L A WEGMUGM-'5 262 WWW .......... .... .... ....,.... ..., .... S2 .... .... .... fi .......... x'0W X 'S X 4 'Q V P , N xx! 719. .3 NN J I as A. I I, V, I je ,L '1 I L ' f'lQfq'Q,, M IW If I I .af . - - I 1 I -rf, ' ' ' 'vfyl f' f If I E' 7 x If L' MWIIII S 'V ' Y E F L E , 6 ff'f ' My H li lk gg I .1 Nl V LIS w I yy? ,V in QLI!-,,...f:!g1l:V'?b rligjlf' - XX l -'fl' I 7 I . Nj 2711! K ' E' 11 1 , ' " -4.1 1 u L WI W O h. f Key-Ice Il Intcrfraternity Social Club. OIWIFICIERS GOODWIN . . . ..... .... . l'rf.cidcnt Rpm BARNES , , , . . Vilfv-l'l'L'Ji1ln'lll F. M. YOUNG . . . . . Trmsurcr C. T. INGLIS . Secretary V lW:EMBERS E. F. AVEIIYT REID BARNES TOM BENNE'I"I', jk. W. D. BkI'r'I' WALTON CALLEN A. CUNNINGIIAM J. L. GOODWIN LARUE HAIOLER WILLIAM HAMIL'I'ON JIMMIE Hoon Bon I-IUssEY WO C. T. INcI.Is RALEIGII JENKINS KNOX KERSI-IAW J. M. LAGNIIORNE W. C. LAWRENCE Donns MINO1' JULIAN MCGOWAN FRED Sco'r'I' BIIi'AN'I' SELLS J. J. SHANNON LUKE SIMPSON C. S. SMITH ORMOND SOMERVILLE C. S. STAKELY SAM STEPIIENSON COOPER VAN ANTWERII R. H. Nxx J. A. PEEOOE DAN 'FIIOMAS S. F. PLANK F. D. Sco'I"r F. M. YOUNG 263 5.-1-Q- rfff ff'I - .. .M -2 !!1!'Q ' ' 11 1 M, 2 64 ......... ..., .,.. ......... .... E2 .... R .... EZ ...L L A W9GMFf'3Mf5 if J. HAROLD WA'I'RINs . ALEX. GIBSON . . . LOMAX CRUM . L. V. RUSH GARNE'F FEA'l'IlliRS'I'ROM WILLIAM I-I. BURR FRANK JENNINGS . JIM BURT JULIAN SMI'I'II CHARLES TIIIOI-EN RALPH MACON WILLIAM W. Conns GRAHAM McCLIN'I'ocIc WILLIAM S. OLIVER ED. BRUCE A AII Ilmterfraternity Social . 3 . 176 S I X . 4 ,11- s Kn HVCS OFFICERS MEBIIIIERS ARTHUR CROWIJISR ALLEN CUCULLU ROY SMITII JOIIN MCQUEEN BOD BAUGII MOR'l'0N NIasMI'I'II JOHN KEI.LX' I-IERSHEI. CALDWELI. CPIEORGE STUBHS PETE CAMI' CHARLES CURTIS TIARVEY DERAMU5 265 1 I f I 45131 ,X K! J' 57 Club. . . . . . Prcszdenl . . Ifia'-Prvsidvnl . . Secretary- Treasurer CHARLES LAUVE AL RIvEs M. L. ROBINSON J. HAROLD WA'I'IcINs IIUDERI' HERRIN' JOIIN CURTIS WILLIAM WIEISSV BEDFORD F. FLOYD ALEX GIBSON FARLEY SALMON LOMAX CRUM POOLIEY I-IUDERT JH . "i?:I!li!'f f? -- --.. -- ' Mr I If' . ,,,.. L C YH - I cxwzsawme THE CORIOLLA wsczwfsczws 266 ...-hifi' ' WWWWGW THE COROLLA WDWWDWWD llllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllmuwlllllllllIulil!fwlllllllIUIllllllllllllllwmuljlwJIUHIIIlllllllIlllllllIIIIIIllIGIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII M X A ,Af -f ' - Jacles A Social llllil Literary lntcrfrzlternity Organization. CUNWIELI. Svmas. . . R0llIiR'l' GOODWIN Jlass I.ONG CHARLES BALL WAI.'l'IiR liR1'r'r VVAIHHR BROACII JACK CAI.vxN RALPH CRUTCIIICR T. G. GAvx.n JACK GHHHaNs OIPITICIERS Pr'r.rid1'11t . . Ifirf-l'r'r.ridr11I . . Srnvlary- TI'l'IIJllf'I'f Mlih'IliliIiS RICHARD c:0I.D'l'IlVVAl'I'li Plmak Bxvcrc I'IAMH.'rON 'THOMAS IIAMH.'rON Ronmu' HARMON JAMHS JOHNSON BRUCE JONES FRANK KOIIN JOHN KOIIN PAT IWCNAIR DAVID MlI.I.l5R GEOKOH NAsON CHARLES Svxlss Roulawx' THOMAS WILLIAM 'FURNIPSEIED D. VVRIGIVI' 2 6 7 GNWGWWHGF THE coRoLLA wacawzsswza l - ' 4-ng 1 r 1 , 1 E i I ' X 1 1' 11--1,-fw' 1:15 flfggw-.3-4 268 QMDGMDCF THE COR O L L A WDGWWDFWWD IIIIIllIIIIlIIIIllIllIllIIIllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIlIIlIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIllIlIIIIIIIIlIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIlIIIIllIIIIlIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIlIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIllIllIIIIllIIIIIIIIllIIIIlIIIIIIIlllmllllllllllllllllll If,-'I cy Q I :LAN 3? M JKJ XI xx P ' .rl 1 , hh Y sf iff A , I 9 VI I V J M pm' U, fl" 'II '! .II I II WI, , Stags An Illterfrnternity Social Cluh OFFICERS Bon HOLMAN ..... ..... . I . GHORGli WIIISON . . . . . . . . CIIAIILII: BINION . . . . Treasurer MEMIIIIRS CHARLIE I'IA'rcHIs'I"I'Is Glaokcli WILSON Bon MATIIIIRNE IQENNETH IIARPER Bon HILL SIIINNY I-IAvGooII JIMMIE Fos'I'uR Sumf OWENS 269 AMZI BARBER CIIARLIE BINION ANIII' BLALOCK BILLY AIIAMS Rlan BROWN HAL CIIAsoN WILLIAM NELSON Bon PIOLMAN -QQ l WM Nr GWWDGWWDW THE COROLLA WDWWBGNWD !IIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIllIlIIIIIlIIIIIIIllIlIlIIllllIIlIIllllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 270 ....1.... .... .... .......... .i.. E2 .... E2 .L L A WUGWWJCXMB W. D. McAR'l'11uR . . . WILLIAM CABANISS IEHNEY CAMP, JR. JOE DENHAM En Doucr,Ass CLEMSON DucKwoR'm CI.nf1'oN FERRELL XWOOLSHY FINNELI. WILLIAM I-I. flAMBl.IE ALEXANDER GAEEEE WILLIAM GLADWIN I EER, l I?- 9 M5 M -0.7 ' Rho Alpha Tau . . . . . 1't'1'5izfn'llf . Vim-ln'Ji4l4'11t Freshmzln Intcrfrntcrnity. Founded in 1923. OFFICERS HUGH A. DQWLING . . . D I-IUNDLEY THOMPSON . . . . . . Swcrrlary EARNEST L. RAINIER . . . Trwuurcr M EM E ERS M. A. GRAY, JR. S'l'liWAR'I' MACKOWN Romani' IIILI, LEONARD MACON W. I.. HOUSHMAN H EEEER1' MEIEK JACK JEEFRIES . HENRY MCCARTY GEORGE Joi-1NSoN BRAGG SMITH CALVIN JONES Nun S'runns FRED KEYES fPli0RGE rI'Il0MPSON NEWTON LANDHRS J, II, Tm,-ON VERNON LIEFTWICII GEORGE VVRIGIIT X JAMES LESLIE PAUL ZEAGLER , LEWIS LI'I'TI.E 271 ,, . W.- W. .-.L f fm. --.,g31,,g:L,f A-- W -S w W.. R.. Q1 im .....,. .... .... .......... .... E2 .... EE .... ER .......... Composed of SEVEN members of the student body, this club henceforth bases its claim for existence in its endeavors for the good of its Alma Mater and its members. "All for om' one for all." 272 We CFWEGMDQW T H ....+.,.. ..., E2 ,... E .... E3 .... .......... fx 73 .,.....,. ..., COROLLA mzmmswzs 1 A 4 I 274 'M ..'ff.Q ,i.- - -. I ,Q-,Qt Q f.Trb ug '- - V ,V HW:-WV mm 'Liga " ...,1.... ... . .... ......... .... R .... R .... E2 .... ..,. .... :TE .......... Kappa Delta Founded up Virginia State Normal Svlmol on October, 12, 1897. Forty-eight Active Chapters. Colors-Green and VVlIite. Flower-VVhite Rose. PllbiiCZlfi0l1'-HAHQCIOSJ, LENDRE ASIIMORE LOUISE ADAMS WILLARD ADAMS EVELYN ASIILEY ELINOR BARNWELL JANNE'l"l'E Fos'I'ER ANI'I'A GARDEN Fo U N DERS MARY S. SPARKS SARA TURNER Zeta Chapter listablislmed March 12, 190+- SORORES IN UREE KATIILEEN MAxwEI.L LILLIAN CUNNINGIIAM CIIARI.o'I"I'E DENNY RUTII W. FI'r'I's ELIZABlE'III FOSTER MARY B. CLAIIAUGI-I CAMILLE WRIGIl'l' LILIAN HILL ADHLYN Hoon ELIEANOR JoIfINsoN MARGARET Ll'l"I'LE CQLADYS WARD DAIIIINE CUNNINGIIAM SOROR ES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1925 JULIA G. TX'I.ER DoRo'I'IIY MONNISII AIRA MooDY ADELLE MoN'I'coMERY LUCIIIE PA1"I'oN OLIVER VHRNIER MARGARET MCGIEIE VVILLNRIJ ADAMS MAIILE ADAMS IAIANNAII CASE MARY EVANS I-IARRIsoN CAMERON BRAME EI.IzADE'I'II DONOVAN MARY FI'l"I'S LOUISE JONES EVELYN ADAMS ADELAIDE BYRUM GARNET MCAIJAMS HARRIE1' ACREE ELIZABE'I'IrI ANDERSON ELIZABETH FOSTER "Pledges, ANNIE MAUD WII,RERsoN RoEER'I'A I-IAYs MERLE MARTIN VIRGINIA MCILWIKIN ALICE MOODY Clam of 1926 MARY COLEMAN CAROLYN LASLIIE MINNIE LEE 0 Class of 1927 RU'I'II McMII.I.AN r1iRELL MOQN SARA ORR Class of 1928 MARY JONES LUCILE MILLER '275 SARA OLIVER MARGARET J. PRowEI.I. MARY W. RUsII'I'oN PAGE 'IQIIOMPSON HOPE MCMILLAN EI.IsE RUSSELL FRANCES WARD MARIE LOUISE VVEBB MADLE PA'I"I'oN A 9"MARcARE'I' PRIDE WVIRGINIA PRIDE MARY PA'I'I'oN MARGARET REID EMILY VVlNSLl'.'I'T .I ,,-, ,2 -ga... 11 V' T 4" -il' ....1.... ...l .,., ..l...... R O L L A W'-jawgsmfj 276 ,,..,.... .... .... .......... .... E2 .... li .... El .... .......... Delta Delta Delta Founded at Boston University on 'IlllZlIlliSglVlIILI live, 1888. Sixty-six Active Chapters. Colors- J H V ELEANOR DORcAs POND Silver, Gold, and Blue. Flower-l ansy. PII.l1lication-"'1'lIe rl.ll'ltlCllt. FOUNOERS ISABEL MORGAN BREED lDA SHAW MARTIN X ANNIELA AEEOI' FLORENCE ISABEL STIEWART Delta Mu Chapter Estzllmlishcd iII 1914. SORORIES IN UREE l5liR'l'llA IIOUSMANN EARLINIE DURRIET BURNIES MARGARli'l' FOSTIER LOUISE BOULIGNY VIRGINIA DONOVAN EDNA GRAY BOROEN ANNIE MAE CARSON LOIS CRAIG CELISSTE BAILEY CAROLINE COOK DOLLY Dunoxs KA'I'III.EEN BAKER BE'I"rY BROWN ' SOROR IES IN UN IVIERSITATIE Class of 1925 ERNliS'I'lNl5 GORDON Q1liR'l'RUDli OEEURN Class of 1926 MARIE DEAL VERNON ERWIN CIUSTRINE MII.NER MARGARET WILLIAMS Class of 1927 ELIZABIETII CEISE MARY PYRON PIIYLLIS PERKINS VIRGINIA TONSMlilRE Class of 1928 FAY DONOVAN KA'l'l'1ERlNE OznuRN 5'-77 CARRIE MAE fiRlMliS NINA MAE SIIEI-ARO MAIIII 'l'0NSMIiIRIi LILIAN ROSE MILOREII J. MOORE RUTII PALMER WINNIE SMI'rII VIRGINIA ROCOUEMORE MARX' EVANS Rosle LUcII.I.E SMI'I'II MARX' MORGAN SIIEPPARO MARGENE WELCPI E-, , I Innfdillf 4" .......... .... .... ...,..... .... ERE .... ..., E2 ,... . .. .... 5? ..,...., . 278 ......... .... ..., ....,,,.. ,... ER .... li ..., ER .... A zet. Tau Alpha Founded at Virg'iIIiII State Normal iII 1898. Thirty-nine Active Chapters. Colors-Steel Gray I Zlllil Turquoise Blue. Flower-NVhite Violet. PllhllC1lti0lliu'.lillClTliSf' ALICE COLEMAN E'I'I'IIcI. COLEMAN PIELEN CRAWFORD JANE Aus'I'IN - SARAII ADAMS LALIEAII BuRNE'I"r FRANCES B. CONNOR FOUNDERS ALICE JONES MARY JONES Rum' LIEIGII Nu Chapter l'i0lllltlCll ill IQIO. SDRDRES IN URRE EI.lZABlC'l'lI P. Gooma ELEANOR IIIENDIERSON BIERYL MCCANN 1-IELEN MCGIl?lfliR'I' DHLIA LEWIS FRANCES Y. SMI'I'II ALICE WELCII ANNIE PARIIAM EUIJORA Y. PISARSON IMIZLDA K. PERRY Ru'I'II O'NEAL REID WILLIE VEAL SHWIELL SORORES IN UNIvERsI'I'A'rE Clan of 1925 EI.IZABlE'l'II CADE MIIIIJRISID NASII AREA HUCRAIIA LINDA VIKABB Class of 1926 LAURA CoLI.IER JEANNE I-IERMAN HAZEL WILLIAMS Class of 1927 LILLIAN LUSK MARY RUTIIIERFORD CARRIE VEAI. Class of 1928 LILLIE MAY CRooR MARTIIA DOMINICK MARX' S'I'RINcrIzLLow NELL WooDAI.L 279 ,R " " " 4 ......... .... .... ...,.,,.1 .... EM? O L L A WEGMYWWU 280 ...... .... .... .......,. .... E2 .... 3 O L L A WJGWWDGMD hi Omega Founded at the University of Arkansas on April 5, 1895. Seventy-one Active Chapters. Cardinal and Straw. Flower-White Carnation. Publication-"Elusis." FoUN1mRs ' INA MAIE Bouas ALICE CAREY SIMONIIS JORRLLE I'IoLcozvm JIEANNA M. VlNclsN111zLLRR Nu Beta Chapter Estziblislied in 1921. SoRoRl2s IN Ullllli DoR1s CARMER q7ANDA Dmmua Eiivrrm LLox'n C1:cn.R CUNNINGHAM Biassnc Frrrs Biassna NIEILSON MARX' SLoss Amer: VVYMAN SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1925 MARY DONEII00 Enoisis JENKINS Ernm. KIEIIOE IAIAYNIE MCWIIOR'I'lER Mn.nR1zn MIXSON RUT11 ROBIERTSON FRANCES r1'll0MAS Glas.: of 1926 TIRLEN CALLRN I-IRLRN WA1.1.1s CLAIRE S1'oRRs Class of 1927 Dmus Hman I.ols Blau. MARGARET CAF1-'Rn NAN CALLICN Class of 1928 J1cNls1.1.1a BROWN KA1'llI,El!N l.fllIl.'l'0N Lofnsn KHKRDNER Amgmi L1'r'1'Y MARGARET BROWN I 281 ,- F.. ,..., , Lw. v:7i-, A A ---h-,.,.-,..,-. Wm 95 151311 .11-isizi i ' ' E 'E-P' Colors- C'-WWGM-'5Cm T H E .... E2 .... R .... E3 .... ff: .......... 282 '?"' 'Y ......... .... .... ....,..... .... E2 .... R .... ER A WQGMUWWJ Alpha Gamma Delta Founded nt the University of Syracuse on May 30, 1904. Colors-Red, Buff, and Green. Flower-Red and Buff Rose. Publicatimm-"'1'l1e QllSlI'f6l'ly.U FOUNDERS JHNNIE C. Trrus lCnI'I'II MAcC0NNI2I.I, GRACII A. MOSIIIER E'I'Im1. E. BROWN EMILY H. BU'I"I'IcRIfIlII.n GEORGIA DICROVIIR V FLORA M. KNIGIl'l' Psi Chapter Est:Ihlisl1ed November 18, 1922. SORORES IN UNIVISRSITATE Gradualr' SARAII MAUIJIE 'TAYLOR Class of 1925 I LELA I,IasI.IIa BAILIIY I IVEY Louxsra LOGAN GIEORGIA O'rIs IEs1'lII.I.Iz SIIRIIIIARI1 MARGUIiRl'I'E SIIIIPIIARII MARX' L. SNIDIER JosIa1'I1INIz MURPIIRY AN'I'0iNH'l"l'E SPARKS KA'l'IlI.lEEN WII.I.Is - Class of 1926 VIRGINIA LACIIY MAR'l'lIA r1'AYLOR VIRGINIA BARRINc'I'oN IIIIRMIIJNII DUNLAI' Class of 1927 MARX' GII.Ias IIIeI,IaN HENRY MARX' LIQAII I-IUR'I' CATIIIIRINII MCCOLLUM Bussm CONN MARCIIIIE CRU'I'cIIIaR E1.I,IeN FI.I2MINn IIIQLIIN GIBSON LAURA DART MII.I.liR VIIRA RANIIY - DoRo'I'IIY WII.s0N Clan of 1928 UBABYIE Blass BAILIIY EUCIENIA EnwARI1s IIIISTIIR BENNli'l"l' ' SARA GRIFFIN MARGARIVI' CROWII ALICE RAnsnAI.I2 AI,YcII RIcIIARnsoN RUTII S'I'IzIaI.Ia 2 8 3 I15l..,.-,a:1. 1, .,,, , ......... .... ..,....... .... Ei .... E2 ....,..... Q0- fix. 284 1' ....1.,.. .... .... .......... .,.. ER .... EE .... ER .... ...,...... Delta Zeta Founded at Miami University On October 24, 1902. Forty-five Active Chapters. Colors-Rose and Nile Green. Flower-Killarney Rose. PIIhlicatiOn-Lamp. FOUNUIIRS JULIA HIsIIOI' COLIIMAN MAYnIzI.I.n M. HAGIIMANN MARY COLLINS GALBRAI'I'I'l ANNA KEEN DAVIS ANNA SIMMONS FRIEDLINE ALFA LLOYD HAYES Alpha Gamma Chapter Estzxhlislmcl September 9, 1922. SOROR IN URIIE LOUISE WRIGIII' SOROR IN FACULTATE LOUISA MUs'I'IN SORORES IN UNIVIERSITATE Class of 1925 LOUISE PERRY 'JAIIYRA MUCRLII MA'l'Il.lJA ANNE JONES Clam of 1926 HAzI2L BROWN LOUISE NICKOLS GERTRUDA CLAPP AUGUs'I'A PARR RUBY CiULLEY Class of 1927 9 EMMALINIQ ARMIzN'I'ROU'I' RUTH BILLINGS Jessm ARMEN'I'ROU'l' DAISEY FLIPPEN NORA MUCKLE GLAIIYS OGLESBY Class of 1928 LURA COONTZ ' DOROTHY HICKMAN GLAIIYS XVARD 285 , ray, ,,,, . .,, ', 1' L'I , w-- ,if f me , , I 11 CQFWDCFWW THE COROLLA WWWGWW Q l Q " V , 45 lg Q - 1 ' V x - f:o1w:-sa-'4'.'o'.'-'6'2'! 'Q A A - Qt" 'V ,P . 286 GWWDGWWGW THE COROLLA WWWJCFWI5 llIIIllllIIIIllllIIIIIlIIIIlIIllIlIllllIIIlIlllIIlllIlIIllIIIIIIIIIIlIIllIlIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIlIIllIIIIIIIIIIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllIlllllIIIIIIIIlIIllllIlllIIllIIIIlIIIlllIIIIIIlllIIllIIIIIIIIIIlllIlIllllIllllllllllllllllllllllll Alpha Cllui Omega Founded at DePauw University on October 15, 1885. Forty-four Active Chapters. Colors- Scarlet and Olive Green. Flower-Red Carnation. Publication-"'1'he l.yre." FOUNDERS ANNA ALLEN BERTIIA DlzNIs'roN Brcssm GROOMS OLIVE BUIlNE'l"I' AMY DuBois ES'l'IiLl.lE LrzoNARn NlsI,x,1R GAMBLIE Alpha Upsilon Chapter SORORIES IN UmvuRsn-Ariz Class of 1925 VIERNE BRAm,uv MARY BRrNsRm.1,12 Class of 1936 A Loulsia M1'rc1nar.r. MA'r'rm Sun VVllA'l'LliY I3nl'1'n Coma Class of 1927 jlcssna MAI iVllI.l.l5R GWlENll0l.X'Nl5 BAIRIJ WILMAR GIPSON MARX' IIUNTER ELI!! IIUNTHR . ERMINE VVM-KHR Class of 1928 MILDRED BliNNl5'l"l' MINNROLA VVI'lA'I'I.EY LARRY l'IORN'l'IlAL ANNA lVlI'l'CllIil.l. 287 ....1.... .... .... .......... .... F? .33 .... .... :TE .......... n 1 1 w 288 ......... .... .... ......... .... E2 .... R .... S3 ..L L A WDWWEGM5 Pi Alpha Founded :It the University of Alabama iII May, 1922. Colors-Crimson and Blue. Flower-Red Rose. FOUNDERS KA'I'IfIliRINE DAVIS Bnssm LOUISE S1'ANnIIfIIR SORORES IN UNIvIzRsITA'I'I2 Class of 1925 CATI-IERINE EVANS RUTsoN Lu'I'z DoRo'rHA WINTERS MARGARITA GoY'I'A LOUISE MAsoN VIILMA WRIGIIT JOYCE MERRIAM Clam o f 1926 CATIIERINI5 CALvnR'I' LOUISE Powm,L FRANCES LIPSCOMB IRIS PI-IRNI3 SNIEAD Class of 1927 MILDRED BEALE MIRIAM LOCKE JEAN MARGARET GRAI'IAM AUGUSTA SMALL LUvI3'rA I-IUxIfoRn KA1'IE NISLL I'IOLMlES Class of 1928 MARGARET ALLMAN LEMIERLE ANIIRIIWS SADIII I-IIcIcIzv SUSYE WILKINS 289 'WJ R U "7""f5,L 'r1"i!!!3if1 1' 5 GMJGWWQGW T H E C O R O fi ..,:...... 290 ww-' rw-M1 hHwQr ...,..... .... .... ......... .... E25 .... OLLA Wffffd-MDWW-f-5 Founded Sigma Pi September, 1923, :lt the University of Alalmmn. Colors- ' Flower-Pink Rose. FQUNIJERS FIIANCIIS MCNAIR Louxsn Boom: SORORIES IN LIRBE Mus. B. QUINN I.oUIsIs BooNIc Evm JoIINs SORORES IN UNIvIIRsI'1'A'rE Class of 1925 Susm FINNIILI. Clay.: of 1926 FRANCES MCNAIR MARIE SPIECK Class of 1927 CLAIIII SIIANNON LoLIIsn RU'l'LlilJCI5 Class of 1928 PAULINII NORTON BESSIE I-IARIIY FRANCES FuI.I,IcIz PAULINII DRIIAIIIIN MAGGIII Lmz MI'rcIIIII.I. 291 Pink and Green GMQWWDQW T H C .... E2 .... E ..., EZ .... .......... Pi Rho Sigma Founded September 15, 1924, at the University of Alabama Flower-White Carnation. FOUNDERS MILIJREIJ ROSENBIERG BETTY BELL MoLLxE PIZITZ SORORES IN UNIVIERSITATE Class of 1927 Gnzmvs ROSENEERG IVIILDRED ROSENBIERG MOLLIE Pxzrrz Class of 1928 FREDA SCIIWARTZ BETTY BELL 292 Colors-Green and White Gmnv-s ROSENBERG FREDA SCHWARTZ W' N' ......... .... .......... .... E2 .... R .... E3 A WEGMQUMD I N E Womenqs Pan-Hellenic Council of 1925 Orgzxnized in May, 1913. OFFICERS AUGUSTA PARK ..... .... .... . I 'rfsirlrni DoR0'I'1IA W1N'I'ERs . . - Sfffflllfy LOUISE MI'I'cIIELL . . - - . . Trvasurer MEMBERS LOUISE MI'l'ClIliI,l, . ERMINE VVALKIER . MA'I"I'IE SUE WuA'1'I.EY . VIRGINIA BARRINGTON VIRGINIA LACIEY . . AN'l'0INIE'l"l'li SPARKS . HELEN CALIJEN . . MARY DONHIIOO . . HELEN VVALLACIE . VIRGINIA DONOVAN VERNoN IRWIN . . . . VIRGINIA VIQONSMIQIRIC . . RUTII BILLINGS . . I-IAZEI. BROWN. . . . Alpha Chi Omfga . Alpha Chi Omega . Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Gamma Della Alpha Gamma Della i 'Alpha Gamma Drlfa , . . Chi Omnga . . . Chi Omcga , . . Chi Omega . Dalia Drlla Drlla . Drlla Dvlla Dalia . Delta Drlla Drlla . . . . Dfrlla Zrrla , . . Della Zcla 293 AUGUSTA PARK . . HANNAII CASE. . . . EI.IZAl!l5'l'Il DONOVAN SARA ORR ..... NIXLDRIED BEALE . . RU'I'soN LU'l'z . . DoRo'rIIA WIN'I'ERs . LoUrsE RU'I'I.liDGli . MARII5 SPECK . . FRANCES MCNAIR . El.IZAllli'l'll CADE . LAURA CO'I.I.IliR . LII.I.IAN LUSK . . . .Dflla Zffa . Kappa Dflla . Kappa Delta . Kappa Dalia . Pi Alpha . .Pixllpha . . Pi Alpha . Sigma Pi . . .Sigma Pi . Sigma Pi Zfla Tau Alpha Zfla Tau Alpha Zzrla Tau Alpha ,- -v, -,i- A ' NN" - WJ" qf i -f --- W E 1 -'E .,....... ..., ..., ....,..... ..., S2 .... R .. . 9 ..,. .,.. fi ,......... w . 294 1 ...,...... .... ,... ...,1.... .... Q. R 0 L L A WUGMEGMD II ...JLJ Q I I-.I-l4k.w.x.-Q., PI An lIItcI'soI'oI'ity Soeinl Clulm f0llllKlCLl at RHllCl0lI7h'MHCllll VVomuII's College, May I, 1904, ' Estrnlmlislwcl at University of Alabama November zo, 1923. FAI' I'IAIvIMoNII . . . MERLE MAR'l'IN . . JEAN I-IERMAN CAMERON BRAME l.EI,A LIESLIIS BAILEY VIRGINIA BARRINc:'I'oN I'IAzEI. BROWN LoIs CRAIG VIRGINIA LACIEY Ru'I'II MAcMII.I. IOSEPIIINIE MURI MERLE MAR'l'lN ALICE Moom' OFFICERS MEMBERS IEI.IzAIIE'1'II CAIIE VIRGINIA DONOVAN ELIZABIZTII DONOVAN HERMIONIE DIJNLAI' VERNON ERWIN - . . President . . . Srcrclary . . T rcasurcr FAY HAMMOND JEAN HIERMAN MATILIIA JONES ETIIEI. KEYIIOE MARX' LEE LEACII CIARNIZT MCAIJAMS IIN VIRGINIA MCIIIWAIN 'III' I-IANIE MCWllOR'l'ER MARX' PYRON EI,IsE RUssELI. LII,I.IAN Rose MAR'l'lIA TAYLOR CARRIE VEAI. DoRo'rIII' WII.soN KA'I'IlIIl5EN WlI.IIlS 295 , .. , ,, ,, , rx f- 'Ii 37 II 'Il C ' -f ' I: " -II"llF' l'fFI!!!g-gf: - ' C312 9 -if .... .... .... .... .......... .... 52 .... R .... E2 .... .......... 296 f f--- ,a f-. , ,N,, M, 'V 4 , YL, , , , E ,,2'1sb,4ggf45H ,EIB . l 1 "iv - ......... .... .......... .0 R 0 L L A WDGMDGMD Phi Beta Pi Founded at University Of Pittsburgh on March IO, 1891. Forty-one Active Chapters. Colors White and Emerald Green. Flower-White Chrysanthemum. Publi- IJ cation-"Phi Beta Pi Quarterly. S1gma Chapter Established in 1906. FRATER IN URIIE DR. W. E. WILSON FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. CLYDE BROOKS, Dean DR. A. E. LAMIIER1' W. C. LANcs'rON LOUIS B01-TA ROY R. KRACKE RALPII MCBURNEY JAMES lgECK Class of 1925 RALPH CLEMENTS SIDNEY COLLINS HUEY GREEN LOWIELL COLEMAN WADE GARNER NICK JONES BROWNE LINDER STERLING SOMMERSli'1"1' Clan' of 1926 JosEPII BIVONA PAUL GILLILAND WILLIAM MCGINTY DAN COYLE JOE HENDERSON MILTON PARK RALLS Cos'rEN BERT MCCORD FRANK PIZACOCK LEO ELKOURIE WILLIAM MCCOWN VANCE RAwI,g RAMON Ross ROBERT STOCK EDWARD WASSON PLEDGES NEWT' ALERIOIYIT, '26 DEAN COLEMAN, '27 EDWARD RENEKE, ,27 JOIIN ADAMs, '25 ARCIIIE EVANS, ,27 REX ROACH, '26 DON BARBER, ,27 PA'I"rON EVANS, '25 LEROY SALTER, ,27 JOE BROWN, ,27 LEROY LE'rcIIER, '26 ALTON SANFORD, ,27 WILLIAM CARR, '27 WINIJAIII. IJEACOCK, '27 WAI,-rEE'WEEk5, '25 MALCOLM Ross, ,27 JACK PIASTINGS, y27 297 ....,.... .... .... .......,.. .... E2 .... E .... EZ .......... 298 ....,.... .... .......... .... E2 .... li .... S3 L A WUGWZGMF Kappa Psi Founded at the Medical Cnllege of Virginia in 1878. Eighty-IIine Active Chapters. Colors- ' Scarlet and Gray. Flower-Red Czxrnzltion. Pmlbliczltion-"Tl1e Mask." PRI2ss ELDRIDGE, JR., M.D. F. A. KAY, M.D. F. W. LAWRBNCII, M.D. R. C. PARTLOW, M.D. W. D. WALKER, M.D. FOUNDERS J. B. JONES, M.D. Iota Chapter . FRATRES IN URBE W. D. PARTLOW, M.D. J. S. TARWATER, M.D. G. W. SALLEY, M.D. HARVIEY SIvII'I'II, M.D. JOIIN SIIAMBLIN, M.D. W. G. SHAMBLINI, M.D. ROY FAUCBTTIQ ' ALBIIRT TATUM FRATER IN FACULTATE ALSTON FITTS, M.D. Q FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1925 F. MBACIIAN PRICE CLAYTON R. R. CALLAWAY CIIARLIB DAVIS W. R. SMITI-I NIIAL MORRIS F. M. SIIAMBLIN H. W. ROU'l'LlElJGIi J. A. Z. ROOIIRS E. A. ROBBINS I-I. P. rfALBO'l' ' Class of 1926 C. E. E'I'IIIsRIncIa J. M. KIMMIEY J. N. WOOLB O. D. YARIIROUGII J. E. SBAY W. B. MAR'l'lN J. R. SIIAIvIBLIIvI E. E. fiEWlN ' L. G. ALBRI'I"I'oN PLEDGES ' R. R, CAROTUERS EUCLID ISBBLL O. L. BURTON J. B. STA,.LEf,-ON HOWARD RussI2LL F. A. FARRIS S. S. SANSBURY W. F. BARBER J. H. FARRIOR S. J. NETHERY IQERMER BROWN ARTIIUR DAVIS PIsRcx' BRYANT ,LUCIAN GILLIS P. M. VFIIOMPSON W. C. ROBERTS PAUL WIIITII V, Q. RAWLS W. A. O'BRIENl 299 ,-H IBM I I ,A 'ws- dw? 4 IWII 4. THE COROLLA WWWDWW goo . JOE TOM CURRY JAMES II. WA'rRINs ....1..,. .... ..., ...... .... EZ .... R .... E2 .......... Phi Chi Founded nt Louisville Medical College in 1894. Fifty-four Active Cllnpters. Colors-VVhite and Olive Green. FlOwer-Lily-Of-the-Valley. Publication--"'1'lIc Phi Chi Qu:II'terly." FOUNDERS SIIELIIY CHAPMAN, M.D. W. B. GAssE'I'I', M.D. G. E. fiARl, M.D. J. M. FLOWERS, M.D. HARRIS KELLEY, M.D. Iota Chapter Iistulmlished in 1903. FRATRIES IN URDE ALS'I'oN NIAXWIELL, M.D. J. QC. SHIRLEY, M.D. A. C. I-I. '.l.'AYl.OR, M.D. T. H. PA'r'rON, M.D. D. W. WARD, M.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE GEORGE T. PACK, M.D. JOE T. CATER, B.S. ' IVAN C. BERRY, B.S. S'I'AKIiI.Y lIA'l'Cllli'l"l'lf, ILS. FRATRES IN U NIVERSITATE Class of 1925 WM. ROSIHR MA'l'llliWS BEDFORD FLOYD, JR. CLAUDE H. FORD AMOS C. GIESON JOE 'IQUBERVILLIE GEORGE ROWE CIIARLES 'TIIIGPEN HARRY CRADDOOK CONRAD WALL N. EDWIN PI-IILLIPS T. L. BENNETT RALPH CRU'I'cI'IER JOHN BOGGESS LESLIE RUSII CIIARLES RU'rI1ERIfORD JACK I-I. WADE -TOM MI'I'CIlliI.L Class of 1926 JOIIN I-IILLIIOUSE I'IUGll I-IARE WILLIAM '.l.lUCKliR PLEDGES RALIIIVI MAGON GEORGE BRONSON CHARLES I'IA'l'CHli'I"I'lE JAMES I.IPscOMII D. O. WRIGIII' EDGAR Sco'I"r 301 CIIAIIMAN MOORMAN IIARRI' YEATS MARSIIAL HOGAN WILLIAM BUNTIN, JR .VVALIJO LAWRENCE E. VERNON STABLIER RoEER'r COCIIRANIS JAMES ILXIRD WILI.IAM NELSON GEORGE GRAY E. T. WILLIAMSON Donns MlN0'l' - H-V---V - . E. ---4 Y ' lmfik- f X - , L - ...-.,,-,A, - -1- .- H-S-35 302 E V' ' EW "A.'. g i f1':f " ' E l I aw THE COROLLA azcmwzgwwg .,....................................................................................,....................,........,....,,.,,.......,,,,.., Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity F :ded at Yale University in 1898. Forty-seven Active Chapters. Colors-Olcl4Gold and ou 1 Purple. Flower-Red Carnation. Publication--"The Phi Alpha Delta Quarterly." John Tyler Morgan Chapter Established in 1922. FRATRIES IN URBE Lmcu M. CLARK JouN C. PHARSON FRATRES IN FAcUL'rA'rE JOHN J. SPARKMAN AL. J. RIVIES HONQRARY Mizmmm PROF. J. V. MAS'l'lERS FRATRES IN UNlVlfRSl'1'A'.l'E Claus of 1925 AMZI G. BARBER J. I-I. CURRY M. I. JACKSON S. W. BAILEY i'IlRAM Donn C, D, MCKHE W. G. BLACK B. T. 1JoUc:HRR'rY E. R. MURPIIX' T. I-I. CARMICIIAIEL WM. II. ELLIS J. R. TIl0RN'l'ON, JR. Class of 1926 Krzuwmz BAXLEY W. J. I-IARAl.soN C. T. Co'r'roN S'rxLL 'l'lUN'l'l5R BEN. J. I'IARDEMAN SAN'ros S. RUMRA Class of 1927 Fns'1'Us C. Bnuncns FRANKIAN COLEMAN ROY E. Hxcxs WM. H. TRUMAN MILES VENTRESS 303 ll ' r"'r 'WW .Jj'j12g. .,-, i . :gat if la fi tslr Hlaeyfgf X 1.1 ' 304 1 A f 2-1. 44,9 ,, 'LI 'l'N , ' 'S-" .,......, .... ..., .......... .... ER .... li .... E2 .... 5: .......... Phi Delta Phi lnternational Legal Fraternity, Founded at the University of Michigan in 1869. Fifty-four Active Inns. Fifteen 'l'housand Memhers. Colors-VVine Color and Light Blue. Decfaffenried Inn Founded as a Local Fraternity September 9, 1920, under Name of Phi Alpha Pi. Chartered as an Inn of Phi Delta Phi on May 6, 1922. FRATRES IN URM: Gov. WxI.LmM VV. BRANDON Junoic l'IliNRY B. Fosrisk J. E. LIVINGSTON Iinwmm lJr:GkArruNR1ls1m W. J. Fos'rreR Juocn BERNARD Hmzwoon FRATRES IN UN1vERs1TATE Class of 1925 J. M. Buwr, JR. FRANK GORDON T. I.. CRUM J. G. MAmsoN S. C. Po1N'rnR M. L. RomNsoN VV. C. VVARREN C'las.t of 19.26 - R. B. BARNES, JR. R. T. GOODWYN, JR. E. L. BlZLLliNGliR P. B. I'IAMn.'roN R. B. HARWOOIJ C. A. S'rAKELY, JR. ORMOND SOMIERVILLIE, Jia. PLEDGE JNO. I.. GOODWYN 305 T1----"' ' 'I ' Wifi' lil' 'fi' H IV, 1 " ----2-2. WWA, M"" W e-iii1 'g ' - J ' ' , 'I , , f 'f""",7! 'L"'N" ."' ' " ..' ". ' 3 z l 306 ......... .... .... ,.,...... .... R .... .... .... xi .......... GNWDWWDGW THE COROLLA WEGWWGWWD Alpha Kappa. Psi Founded at the School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance, New York University, 1904. Forty- one Active Chapters. Colors-Blue and Gold. Flower-Chrysnntllemum. Publication-"Alpha Kappa Psi Diary." FOUNDERS NATHAN LANE, JR. WM. 0. TREMAINE ROBERT S, DQUGLASS DANIEL F. DUFF MORRIS S. RACHMIE I-IUIIERT M. Wnmm' GEORGE L. BERGER F. R. LEACI-I HOWARD M. JEFFERSON I. R. CAMP Alpha .Rho Chapter FRATER IN FACULTATE LEE BIDGOOD F RATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Po.I'lgrad1uile.I' CIIFIS'I'l'iR I-I. ICNIGIIT GUYDON T. BAIRD Class of 1925 JACK COLEY WM. C. FINLEY WM. B, SOWELL EDGAR L. ENOCIIS GEORGE D. KING Jon M. MCNOR'l'0N LARUE HAIGLER Class of 1926 RAL:-II ADAMS GEORGE HAAs BROADUS CoNNA'I'sER JOE S. ROBINSON Class of 1927 CHESTER CALDWELL I-IERscHELI. CALDWELL ROBERT C. REYNOLDS W. A. COLLIER, JR. MARION LEONARD 307 -,-,v,,,,..,, A- - , , - A ' II'-"' - j-: W ' Mn- A ---2 , IW 1 -1-v G54 THE COROLLA IlllllllIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllIIIlmillllllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIllIllIllIllIIlIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIllIIIlllllfumflrljuIIUIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIllIIIIIllllllulmllIllIllllllIlllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 54 'n E 2 1 ., 1 fi: ,V ,A in ,-v 1 1 1 X k M 1 - 1 A , , V Q ' s yn' ,Ffh ai! 308 wig 4.ffim y ........., ..., .... ....1.... .... 52 .... R .... SZ ...... Theta Tau Founded at the University of Minnesota in 1904. Colors-Dark Red and Gold. Flower- Jucqueminot Rose. Publication-"The Gear." Mu Chapter Ifstnhlisliecl Jillllllll'-Y 31 1922. FRATRES IN FACULTATE F. D. DIEVANEV I-I. D. PAI.Lxs'1'lsk B. VV. GANmzUn Graflualnxv J. J. Asn'roN , J. I-I. Wrrmsusvoow E. L. Run FRATRES IN UN1v1zus1'rAT12 Claxs of 1925 J. I. Wmrzmm B. N. Gkoss J. J. SUANNON G. II. NAsoN T. F. Ronmson D. I-I. Wnrrn DANIEL CLARK G. M. Cpma CJa.v.v of 1926 J. O. LONG VV. E. BUCKLIER S. A. BRx'r'roN J. II. PIEARSON W. VV. Conns Clzm' of 1927 R. II. Bzxucn K Pro f cssio nal l:'1zgi11m'ringj 309 e, eiiii H e 3 w,.F . i:e..:!.,.4f ' Q- v - CFWCIWWCW THE COR O L L A WEGWWEGWWD lilHI!!IIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIllIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIllIIIIlIi'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll --f-31. r-L4 if 1-4 ' Alpha Phi Epsilon ffln Ilonorary Dnbaliug Sorinly Fralnrnityj Founded at the University of Alabama, 1918. Twenty Active Ch'1ptcra ALPHA CHAPTER ' Oxfmclsks VARNER HALL . .... .... . I-IOSMEK ROBERSON . .... . GEORGE BRONSON . . . MEMBERS FRANK Bown: GEORGE BRONSON , VlCL'Pf1'.fll1!'7ll . . Secretary RoosEvEL'r I-Iummuusx' JENKINS JACKSON WADE I-I. COLEMAN, JR. MILTON LUK1E JOHN FRAZIER I CLYDE MC.KEE VERBON GAY HosMER ROBERSON VARNEK HALL DAN THOMAS Rov PIICKS AUSTIN VENAELE Mums VEN'rKEss R Roy W1LKE INZER WYATT 310 E-is sl 'H-TW' -H+--A --f1.--W - 1- L , 4 Vf wff A ' ,, xx T ' I ,mm f,,1Z7,,4f'f.--'K f .4-.1 -,ff . ' Jah .- - ,X ui .Lf A, I 'I A- ' ' ...................--- 311 :gsm-.-,V Wm . -- -f v T A- ww ? 'i" 'l!.! . wf N , T' ,...1,,.. .... .... ..,...,.. ..,. ..,. E3 PJ? GEORGE IRONS CI-IARLEs STAKELY W. R. MATTXILWS ORA ANDERSON MABLE ADAMS JESSIE BARNARD LELA LESLIE BAILEY PEYTON BIEI3 WALTER BOULDIN DANIEI. CLARK SANFORD CLARK WADE COLEMAN RALPII CRUTCIIER VIRGINIA DONOVAN ' LAURA DAVIS KATIIERINE FRAKER LEE GLOVER Phi Beta Kappa ACTIVE STUDENT MEMBERS REGINALD THOMAS MINNIE KAY PEARSON STUDENT INITIATES FOR I925 BERNICE GRAIIAM MRs. MARJORIE GREEN BEATRICE HANNON MARY EVANS IIARRISON ROOSEVELT HUMPHREY JENKINS JACKSON . GEORGE KING CIIESTER KNlGEl'F MII.1'0N LURIE RUTSON LUTz VIRGINIA MCILWAIN RICIIEEOURG McWII.LIAMs SIIEEEIELD OwENs GER'YRUDE OZDURN 312 S'I'II.L HUNTER SARAH MAUD 'TAYLOR C. E. WILLIAMS LOUISE PERRY BAYLESS PRICE ORVILLE REED TIIoMAs F. 'ROBINSON J. MARTIN SMITH LINDA TAEE DANIEL H. TIIoMAs COLLE ToENEs CoNRAD WALL W. C. WARREN EARL- WEAVER MRS. CLARA WILLIAMS KATIILEEN WILLIS DOROTHY WINTERS ,I mnfn H1 Q -A., 4-'ff Q ' ' 9'f.f-..- ff l' rv' Vg:- " ' ll ....W.... .... .... ....1.... .... ERR ..., .... E2 LLA WCFWJQWW5 Phi Beta Kappa Honorary Scholastic Fraternity. Founded at William and Mary College, December 5 I776 Ninety eight Active Chapters. Publication: "The Phi Beta Kappa Key Alabama Alpha Chapter Established in 1851. Twelfth in Order of Establishment FACULTY MEMBERS DR. GEORGE I. ADAMS DEAN CnAs. I-I. BARNWIZLL DEAN LEE Bmcoon DR. GEORGIE BROWNELI. PRESIDENT GEORGE DENNY DEAN JAMES J. DOSTER MR. BROOKS FOREIIAND MR. TOM GARNER DR. JOHN Y. GRAHAM MR. BEN HARRISON MR. S1-IALER I-IOUsER PROFESSOR E. G. I'IowE DR. LEO H. IQING DR. GEORGE LANG DR. S'1'EwAR'1' J. I.l.oYn MR. W. R. MA'l'lIEWS DR. JACK MONTGOMERY DR. A. B. MOOIKE DR. G. T. PACK MR. GORDAN D. PALMER MR. W. E. PA'l"I'ERSON DR. WM. B. SAFEOLE MR. W. C. SALLEY DR. EUGENE SM1'1'1-I MR. JOIIN J. SPARKMAN PROFESSOR E. H. STROIJE ' DR. JAMES S. TnoMAs MR. Amo L. VVl'II'l'I2lIURS'l' 313 .... A -f- '- 'N llVf'LH ' - 'T-zz -.sw QWWGWWQW THE COROLLA WWWDWW 'llIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIllllIlIllIIIIIIllIVIIIlilllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllIllIllIIIllllllIIIIlIIIllllllIIIIIIIllIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllQIHIIIllllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllgwjl fe' I Fill IlIlHHH! uumnu A ,, X is' mn MW Wk N , V . f Q- ' , Mwslvnfwwvfifw-W1 'wa-1f+.fwiw' 3 ' W 'W 'HM''A-,hr-'-w-3,11-ww rirAvfw1MWJWHMWW'-'M' I ww, 7""' 'kr ' ' vim. " 314 PM - L ' H 'l,u 1 K1l"i'- Ilzrvfip A im A fr q eaaamfe " PMDWEDGE THE COROLLA WESGWWEZSCFWE5 3. llllIIIIllIIlIIIIllIIIIIIllIIIIIIIllIllllilIIIIIIllIIlllIIIIIIllIllllllIIIllllllllIIIIIIIlillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIllIIIIIIllIlIIIIIIIllIIIIllIIIIIIIllIIIlIIIIllIllIlllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Omicron Delta Kappa. A National Honorary Society Founded at Washington and Lee University in 1914, Basing Its Membership on Leadership in Athletics, Scholarship, Publications, Forensic, and Social Activities. IOTA ClRCLE BIEMBERS ON THE FACULTY GEORGE LANG GEORGE H. DENNY GORDAN D. PALMER BROOKS FOREHAND OFFICERS CLHTFQRD T, INGLIS . . . . - . - . . . . - . . . . Pffiidflll L. S. MCMILLAN . .... . . . Vice-Preridfrzt . . . Secretary ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM . . PEv'roN D. Bum . . . . MEMBERS SIDNEY KAR'l'US CLIFFORD T. INGLIS L. B. HAYooon RALLS Cos1'oN CHARLES V. I'IATCHE'I"l'E L. S. MCMILLAN JOHN L. GOODWIN CHARLES STAKELY Wn.LrAM H. BURR PEYTON D. BIEE. JOHN M. LANGHORNE I'IENRY A. YOUNG . 315 . Treasurer R. F. COLEMAN JAMES BUR1' EUGENE ROBBINS JOHN W. LoNo CLYDE PROPST FRED M. DOWNXNG ALONZO COLEY R. FARLEY SALMON BEN A. GREEN MILES VENTREss T. A. WARREN ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM JACK COLEY 4 n l'1l Q ' E' c i wi J WWGWWJC3 THE COROLLA UEIEEHITFIIUII!Illllylufllw!ullllllIIIlllllIUIIIII!IviuwmwllllI-wwljU11IIIIllIQIIIIIIIIIlQllllmjulrl!-IIllQIIllIIIljlIHIIIIflIIIIHIIllllIIII!ll!IIIIIIIIllllIllIYIIllIIIII!IIIIIIIllllwlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII W N x . 316 ...,..... .... .... ...,,.... .... ..., E2 ,... ..,. ,......... Kappa Delta Pi Honorary Educational Fraternity. Founded at the University of Illinois on june 8, 1911. Twen- 1 ty-five Active Chapters. Colors: Pale Blue and Crimson. Publication: "The Kappa Delta Pi Record." - FOUNDERS W. C. BAGLEY DR. H. T. MUSSELMAN Xi Chapter Established in May, 1922, FRATRES IN FAcUL'1'AT13 A. B. MOORE J. J. Dos'rER ' J. R. MCCLURE V. P. McK1N1.EY W. E. PA'l"l'lillSON FRATRES IN lJNIVERSlTATE Class of 1923 DR. T. L. KELLEY LEO H. KING A. L. W11rrE11URs1 A. L. W1u'rE11URs'r C. E. WILLIAMS Class of 1924 M1NN1E KAY PEARsoN SARA11 MAUD TAX'I.0li MRS. E. C. WRIGII1' X Class of 1925 HURs'r MAULDIN GERTRUDE OZBURN LOUISE PERRY ROOSEVELT HUMPIIREYS - MAELE ADAMS ORA ANDERSON I JESSIE BARNARD Initiate: CATHERINE FRAKER GEORGE IRoNs EDNA PICKARD B. W. PRICE DAN L. THOMAS KA'r111.EEN W11.L1s L. F. CORLEY LAURA DAVIS H. A. FOVVLIER BERN1cE GRAIIAM VARNER HALL MARY EVANS HARRISON JOSEPHINE MURPPIEY HosMER ROBERSON MARY ROBERTSON LELA LEsL1E BAILEY MAL1NE BURNS CANNIE CAMPEELI. ELIZABETH CLARKE WADE COLEMAN E GRACE SELF VELMA SELF 317 " ti' L I GWWJGNWGN THE COROLLA WEGWWGWWI5 1 , .. , . , . - . ... ......w K ,n ,Y fr , 1 'Q f w 318 MMV ....l .Q AZ GWWDGWWGW' T H E COROLLA WDWWDCQWWI5 iIIIIlllIIIIIIllIlIIlIlllllIIIIIlIllIlllIIIllIIllIllIIlIllllllIIIIllIllIIIIllIllIlllllIIlIIIIIlllllIIIIllIIIIlllIIIIlIIIIllIlllIIIIlIIIIllIIIIlIllIIIllIlllIIIlIllIIIIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIlllllIIIIIIIllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll Pi Mu Epsilon Alabama Chapter Established at the University in 1922. FRATR ES IN FACULTATE W. T. OTT FREE A. LEWIS OSCAR DAIILENE A. R. BAUDIER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE DANIEL CLARK Gui' M. COLE C. E. COMIEAUX E. W. DANY GOREAN DAVIS EDWARD DUF1-'Y ES'l:IlER FRANK CORINNE ALEXANDER ROBERT BAUDER FRANK I. BOWIE W. W. Conns Class of 1925 S. M. Ci0LDS'l'IilN GEORGE KING C. M. LANG GERTRUOE OZRURN O. A. RIQED . T. F. ROBINSON G. I-I. WEAVER Class of 1926 ELIZAEETII EICII J. H. FULLER N ELMER A. IVEY KATIE KIiLSOE SADIIE LIDE E. H. PRI'l'CIlli'l"I' ELIZABETII A. S'l'EPllliNS LYMAN TOULMIN Class of 1927 Enmr COLE I. D. MANCILI. DORA LEE THOMPSON CLEOPIIAS WII.III'I'E Special MRS. HATTON 319 T N 'Y H1.2f'f' E ' "'... - --.. 'IRAQ , . . .. -rx-',,. -'TSN' 'Il I 1 .-?'.u'. ', E "" N- A ' YL E- Z3 'iv Q I w N Tau Pi Epsilon fllonorury Euginvcringj OIPFICERS T. F. ROBINSON . . . ...... . . . . Prnsidcnt DANIEL CLARK . . ..... Vice-Pm-.vidcnt O. A. REED . . ............ Secrclary-Treasurer FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ' Gradual: Mnmbcr J. J. ASII1'0N Class of 1925 DANIEL CLARK IELMER W. DANY EDWARD DUFFY O. A. REED ' T. F. ROBINSON ' I. J. SHANNON J. I. WINGARD Class o f 1926 ROBERT W. BAUDHR C. E. RANK1N Jnss 0. LONG E. I-I. Plu'rcnm'1' 320 .,....... .... .... .......... .... SR .... EE .... E3 A WDGMUGMQ Sigma Eta I'loIIorzIry Fraternity, School of Commerce. FIIATRES IN F ACUNLTATE 0 DEAN Lula Bmcooo Pnor. H. H. CHAPMAN FIIATIIES IN UNIVERSITATE E. K. AUs'I'IN G. D. KING G. T. BAIRII C. H. KNIGPI'f " DAVID FIsINs'I'nIN J. VV. McNoR'I'oN LEE GLovIIk - W. M. Mzxssm' W. S. OWEN M. C. Russnm. C. W. Towns INITIATES Fora 1925 RALPH E. ADAMS MAX GOLDBERG FRANK I. Bowne CIIARI.ns W. LAUVE JAMES H. FuLI.I2R Jon ROBINSON 32K I"-"I 'A"" -:.-- I1:f'..w "' .. -'g I iEi!!j:.i+?' ' GMEGWJGN T H E ....1.... ,... E2 .... E ..1. ER .... ... 1....Q 3:2 f 1 i 1-2 ......... ..., .... ....,.... .... E2 .... .... .... fi .......... Chi Delta Phi International Collegiate Literary and Honorary Society, Founded at the University of Tennessee on October 30, 1916. Colors-Blue and Gold. Flower-Pansy. Delta Chapter Established in 1921. S:mRoRI2s IN FACULTATE MARY BURKE I MRS. SUE GUNTIER SOROR IN URBE KATIIRRINE KARKIIUFF SORORES IN FACULTATII Class of 1924 MINNIE KAY PEARsoN Clan of 1925 MARY IRIINE CARROLL RoI3IsR'1'A I-IA1's ESTIIER FRANK LENORA LANGIPORIJ AN'I'oINIa1"I'Ia SPARKS Clan of 19.27 DORIS BEARD MARGARET CARD FRANCES FoRNIzv LEE FORNEY KATIE NELL HOLMES TRRLLE MooN CLARR SI-IANNON 323 - I., -- I 'T lI1f'ff'. - ,, , f F XE' ' -J 'T ll., --JV l I-'FF' 'f-, -iff? --1"'-,ix L - W 1: piH .a:::ll!, ll if 4 ,144 TY 7 H T H E co R OIEIIM3 IIII .Gamma Sigma Epsilon fllonorary Chzrmizialj U Established in 1919 at Davidson College. Six Active Chapters. FOUNDERS L. P. Goon DELTA BETA Established in 1923. MEMBERS J. J. ASHTON W. W. Couus. C. E. BRANSCOMB GUY COLE H.'K. GARDNER Joi-IN HAGER JAMES I-IERE1foRn S. A. BR1'r1'oN 324 M. R. DoUELEs PRESTON JORDAN GEORGE NASON JASPER WINGARD ' " "' - . ' lla , Hi, ' : Fl ,lzn n ' -ip! ' 'l 'f-1 ....,.... .... ,... ....1.... .... El ...li Q L L A WFGMDCFWD Scabbard and Blade, Founded at University of VViscOIIsin in 1904. Sixty Active Chapters. Colors-Red, White, 'md Blue. Publication-'lThe Scabbard and Blade." COMPANY "K," FIFTH REGIMENT Established in I923. FRATRES IN FACULTATE COLONEL PEGRAM WIIITWORTH, INF. CAPTAIN M. C. HANOWERK, C.A.C. LIEUT.-COLONEL H. L. BUTLER, C.A.C. CAPTAIN L. S. DILLON, C.E. LIEUTENANT W. T. VAN DE GRAAP, INF. CAPTAIN L. A. HOIINETTE, INF. CAPTAIN V. S. BURTON, INF. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE' CAIIET COLONEL B. A. HUDSON CAOET CAIIET 'MAJGR C. W. LAUVE CADET CAIJET CAPTAIN W. D. BRITT CADET CAIIET CAPTAIN T. C. BYRUM CAIIET CADET CAPTAIN O. L. DUPRE CAOET CADET CAPTAIN J. H. JOHNSON CAOET CAOET CAPTAIN C. E. RANKIN CAPTAIN E. V. STAELER CAPTAIN J. I. TURBERVILLE FIRST LIEUT. G. S. FINLEY FIRST LIEUT. L. S. MCCOLLUM FIRST LIEUT. J. M. MONTGOMERY FIRST LIEUT. M. VENTRESS CAPTAIN S. MCGAULY CADET CADET SECOND LIEUT. P. R. BROWN ALUMNI IN UNIVERSITATE A I INP.-O.R.C. SECOND LIEUT. C. A. SOULE, C.E.-O,R,C, SECOND LIEUT. W. S. OWENS, INF.-O.R.C. SECOND LIEUT. W. B. SOWELL, INF.-O,R,C, SECOND LIEUT. B. E. COMPTON, 325 V - e --- -fe, -- A ' lm! - t-v .:f.v,7V 4 3.21, . ' Til A 31 4' , -ii ....,.... .... .... ......... .... E2 .,.. li .... E2 .... .... .... fl .....,.... Jasons Founded in 1913 The Senior Honor Society, the basis of whose membership is all-round ability, participation In college activities, personality and character, scholarship, and promise of future success. MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY LEE Bmcoon W. B. SAEEoI,n BROOKS FOREIIAND JOHN M. GALLALEE W. T. VAN on GRAAFF P. G. MCCLlN'l'0CK . . JACK LANGI-IoRNE . . . JOIIN L. GOODWIN PEYTON D. Bum ELMER DANE JOHN L. GOODWIN BEN A. GREEN L. BERNARD HAvGoon OFFICERS MEMBERS GEORGE V. IRONS JACK M. LANcIIoRNE P. G. McCI.IN1'ocx L. S. MCMILLAN R. C. PROPST SIIELLEY SANSBURY 326 . . . . . Prarident . . Vic:-President . . Secretary- Treasurer J. NIARTIN SMITH E. 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W 338 f x2J'x'i" GWWJGWWDW THE COROLLA WGNWDGWWE5 llIllIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIllIlIIIIIIIIllIllIllIlllIIINllIllIIIIllIlllIIlIllIIlllllIIIIIIIIlIIllIllIlllIIIIIIIllIlllllIIIIIIIllllllIIIIIllIlIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIIIIllIllllllllIllilllIllIIIIllllIIIIllIllllllIllllllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllplllll Student Government Association. 1924-25 OFFICERS JAMES M. BURT ........ . . President JACK COLEY .... . . Viee-1're.cidenl HENRY A. YOUNG, JR. . . . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer BEN A. GREEN ....... ..... E dilor-in-Chief Crimson-IVhzlf BERNARD L. HAYGOOD . . . . . Bu.vine.v.v Manager Crimson-While WILLIAM C. NELSON . ..... Editor-in-Chief Corolla STILL HUNTER . . . Business Manager Corolla EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BEN A. GREEN CoNwEI.I. SYKES BROAIJUE M. CoNNA'I'sER L. S. MCMILLAN A. B. MCKAY JOE McNoRToN ' CLYEE MCKEE E. K. MCCLAIN BRUCE JONES JAMES STONER JULIAN SMITII GEORGE DENNY, JR. ToM ROBINSON HONOR COMMITTEE BEN A. GREEN I ' JAMES STONER L. S. MCMll.I.AN A. B. MCKAY CI.vnE MCKEE E. K. MCCLAIN CONWELI. SYKES 339 '1 5 ' I , I I - 1 ....,.... .... .... ..,....... .... .... .... EZ .......... I WOTHCn,S CO1.1I1Ci1 OFFICERS HANNAII CASE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . President LELA LESLIE BAILEY . .... . Vice-Prexidcnt FRANCES FORNEY . . . Secretary-Treasurer EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE FRANCES FORNEY LIELA LESLIE BAILEY HANNAI-I CASE MEIIIEERS LELA LESLIE BAILEY SUSIE LEE CoUN'I's CAMERON BRAME CA'I'IAIIZRlNE EVANS HELEN CALLAN FRANCES FORNIZY HANNAII CASE HELEN Gmsov JEANNE HERMAN flARNE'l' MAcAnAMs NIILDRIED MOORE ELIzAnE'I'II PENRUnnocRE 340 -"- 'T - ' I+ I. -- NI ILIIII. I . - Y , -JA I I . If., 'f'7.'fYA1-T-' 0 1 . 'T?E!!!fL'ff-I' 1' 'J HE COROLLA WGWWEGWWU 'II""" Hg: '''''''''""""""""""""'-"'"""""""""'""""'"""""""'""""""""""""""" 5 """"""""""""'"""""""""""""" The Keystone ' . .' . 1 '- - ' 'I I ' - Composed of the Pl'CSlllClltS of Vdllflllh Wmnum OIg.InIi.ItIons. I ' CJFFICERS , . HANNAII CAsIa . ..... . .... ' ' .j ', '.1fr"5'd"" VIRGINIA LACIIY . . . , ' ' ' ,V""'I "'5""'A 1iLIzAnIf'rI1 CAUII .... - - - -'V""'f"J' LRR FORNIIY . . . . . . Irramrvr IEs'1'IuzR FRANK .... . . lZnP0"f'f" M IBM IIIQRS I-IANNAI1 CAsIz . VIRGINIA LAcIav . . EI,IzAnIz'I'II CAIJII . Lma FoRNm'. . Es'1'If1I3R FRANK . Iovcn MERRIAM . . MARY RounR'I'soN. . ICA'I'l'HiRINE NUcRoI.s . SUSIE LEE CoUN'I's . ELlZABIi'l'I'I DONOVAN . VIRGINIA DONOVAN . MARIE Smzcx . . . LI2I.A LESLIE BAILEY . KA'rIII.IanN VVILLIS . . AUGUSTA PARK . - - MARY DoNm'Ioo. . . . MA'l"1'IE SUE WIIATLEY MII,nRnn BEAILE . . . FAY HAMMOND . . . . l'r1'.vidr'nt lVoma11'.r Connril . . l'r1fsid:'nt f1lf1l1a Gamma Drlla . . . I'r1'sid1'11l Zfla Tau f1lpha . . . Prrxificlzl Ilall Chairmrn . PI'L':9i!fI'Ill Chi Drlla Phi . . Prf.vidcnl Y. W. C. XI. . . Pffiirflfllf Honor Counril . . l'r1r.vid1'nt Co-Ed "ff" Club . . . . l,l'l'.fiIlI'71f Big Sisfcrs . . . Prfsidrnt Kappa Dalia . l'rrsidrfnt Della Dflia Drlla . . . . . . l'r05idcl1t Siglllll Pi l'r1'sid1'nl Ilypatians and of Trumps Pr1'.vidrnl L1-agun of IVOIIIHI Volfrs . . I'r4'.viduul PIU!-lIl'Hl'Ili!' and of Dflla Zffa . . . . . I'r1rsizl1'nt Clli Omfga . . . 1'rcsidrIzt fllpha Clli Ornrga . . . I'rcsidrnl Pi fllplla . . . . Przfsidzrnl Pi 341 ,MF X - Lg , .v! - ., ,AM 'il - I P! . '!.l! ' -if THE CORWOLLA WJWWJGWW 2 L I 1 342 THE COROLLA wzscgmzcjwga ..................,...................,..,............W......................,............................. . ..,.............,................................................ .. a s 3 .2 ,lf - 525' , I f 7 ,jf XX f ,, J Fifi E o F Z l. L' Composed Onl If FEAE. Hottentot Club y of Mississippi Boys at the University. OFFICERS EUGENE SYKES ...... ...... . . . , P,-e,i,1e,,i JDIIN C. JAMIESON . . . ..... . Vice-President EUGENE ETIIRIDGE . . . Secretary-Treasurer MlElXfIl3ERS . FRANK AEEGTT . . . Greenwood CALVIN LYLE . I-lauderdale VVAL'l'IiR BAILEY . . . . Laurel GRAHAM McCLINTocK . . . . . Laurel En. KNox BOYD . . . . Clarksdale AENER J. MCINTYRE . . . . West Point WALTER Bl'0AClI . . . Meridian L. S. MCMIl.l.AN , Greeiiwood CARROLL BYRD . . . . Cleveland STERLING MCNAIR , , Jackson I-IowARD CAMP . . . . Hattiesburg TIIoMAs MCNEIL , , Eeiiii SAUNDERS CARSON . . . . Columbus HARRY MARTIN . , , Laurel I-IAMiI.ToN CRAWFORD . . Hattiesburg HEREERT MEEK . . Lexington JOE DENIIAM . .... . . Hattiesburg M. P. MooRE . , Senatobia EDWIN DEWEESE , . . . Philadelphia JAMES NEDLETI' . Morgan City EDGAR ENOCI-IS . . . . . . Fernwood L, V. RUsI-I . . , , Meridian EUGENE ETI-IRIDGE .... . West Point JoE J. SMITH . . , , Mei-idinn ciARNET'l' FEA'1'I-lERS'l'0NE . . . Senatobia' CHARLES SvKEs . . , Jackson B. F. FLOYD .... . . Senatobia CoNwEI.I. SYKES . , , Aljerdeen JEssIE CrRlFFIN .... . Hattiesburg EUGENE SYKES . . , , Aberdeen NUSUM Horggnppru , . . Columbus JACK WALKER . , Coininbiis A. T. S. I'IUBER'l' . . . . Meridian ED. WALL . . , I Sai-dis JGIIN C. JAMESON . . . West Point WALTER WEEKS . , , Jackson JACK JEFFERIIZS . . . . Laurel PIUBERT WISE . . . , , Aberdeen Meridian EMMETT WooTEN . Hattiesburg WAI.'l'0N JoRDAN .' - - WALTON LII-scoME . . Columbus 343 - ' .l'i"" 1s'i.f ,.a:i. ' lu. I uieasfe ge - 1 rl THE CQRQLLA wzswzscrgwzzs L 4 1 ki i 344 ..,...... ..., .... ......... .1.. E2 .... .... .... if: .......... University Masonic Club OFFICERS CLYDE R, PROPS1- t , . . . . . . . . . Preszdrnl A, 13, MCKAY. I , . lfirc-I'r1'.vidm1t J. D. TURNER l , , . - ..... . . . SI'U'l'fIll'y E. C. BOUTWEIL . Cm'rr.rpom1z11g Sfrrrlary C, A. PERRY . . . . Trwasurfr Dunn Brooks In-nn -l"lll'l'llh 1'x'ol'. 1-'ulllsls-1' 1'x'ol'. Muslurs Prof. McClure 'Jllllgll T. D. Abvrnnthy A. E. Ashton S. W. Bnllvy Il. A. Bnlrd G. C. Bonur ' Jus. G. Tmxlr-y Keener Buxloy E. li. llrs-xvton J. M. Bruls-y W. B. Buntln XV. 1'. Calhoun H. C. Cnrgllo Prlcu Clayton TT. T3. Connex' J. H. Curry Hvrbvrt Duvls B. H. Dorroh WVool M mm ERS IN FACULTY 1'rul'. Rnwllnson Ihr. M cliurm-y ln-. l.mnlu-rt I rr. Lxm gslon I lr. Lung' Ill-of. Nd Illvinprston Dr. J. S. Tllonms HV. VV. Il. S:ll'l'olml Uolunvl ,Bnllvr Uolom-I Whltworth HoNo1aAuv MEMBERS sz-y Finm-Il J. l'. Mulvin ll. L. Smlth Jlllll-Tl! NV1lIll'l' Smith STUDENTS P, J. lmstm' U. N. Lfllll-Z' li. S. Dunn R. A. La-wls J. lb pwnzur Ralph Mau-on A. gg' Gipson O. M. 1VlnLln-xvs W, M. Godsl-y Hurst Mnulmlln TIL A. Fowlvr 111. K. llluhuin 1my,,,,,,,.1 1.1.,w1..,- lc, rf. lw--1---lu H. E. Hull V. 'I'. ITnll L. B. Hnygood M. D. Tlolmn - J. l'l'oll:xnd ll. Stlll Huntor . T. .Tnvkson I Tm. n ll knit.: 'I'. H. 1VlIll'lu-ll tl, II. Mr:C':Lll Mldrllutml C. H. fl. S. Mom-mon Shoflh-hl Uwf-n Rohn-rson Rnnalnll P Robinson H. M. Rup:0l'H Burton 'I I odnul Lo llamdxva-rule Cup! :mln Ulllllilfll Ullllllllh S1-rgvnnl G1'm'g'ory E. Klng Al Rlvvs ll. II. Rudd H. N. S1'14'l'vst Sultl-1' Smith G. N. Smith H. Shuddlc-lc S. M. Slll'l'l0l'S1'tt J. .'l'. Spurknmn Jus. R. Thompson J. R, 'l'hm'nlon, Jr. 'l'. M. Towns NV. E. 'l'1l0Iu'x- XV. J. 'IH-1'l'y ll. L. 'I'Idws-ll llnul 'Puhbs Leroy F. P. me A7-..4.:o:f, 7,1 if ' :fi if N wfml ' M IG. lf. Pnl A. Johnson 0. .. U' .I I -lu U. Z. 'R0lN'l'l5l U- l ' .1 t Juv J. 345 ' 7' gf, M. glilll W .1 ......... .... .... ......... .... .... .......... w 1 Y 346 "" -' 4. '-' - ' 1-1 1' YHlf"",'. 'i l ,K I' is -f E 1ssfyz.2f2 ' PEI fr' ' " 'S ......... .... .... .......... .... S2 .... E .... E2 .... ..x. .......... X av' XE 1 5. K Q x EITI1 3 2 6 OXO? 'ii S V :Fi Q c-I .' I-I a Q 7 2,4 .V Q J- fig . S1 QF 1 . Q University DeMo1ay Club Founded September 30, 1924. OFFICERS FOR 1924 TREVELYN DAvIs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Prexidcnt MERLE E. SMITH .... D. C. BYRD . . . . J. H. Scxuccs CIIARLES BLONDHEIM C. M. Boom E. F. BURDIN O. L. Busnv D. C. BYRD P. J. CANE A. C. Ckowmsu TREVELYN DAVIS E. H. vAN DELIIEN . H. R. DOWLING S. M. ERDIIEICII PAUL FINK WIIIFRED FULTON SAUI. M. GoI.ns'I'EIN . . Vice-President . . Secretary-Treaxurer . . . . Correxpoixding Sctrelary MEMBERS EMANUEL GoLDs'I'EIN T. A, HARGROVE Gus HAIuzIs, JR. J. H. KARRH CIIAs. A. KOPIN J. J. MAYFIELII L. C. MCINTYRE A. J. MCINTYIIE A. G. MCLEAN J. E. MILLER F. J. MIZliLL R. V. MUS1'IN I-I. G. OLIVET GEORGE OLsEN 347 HAYIJEN RAYNOR O. A. REED W. S. REESE E. G. RICKARBY H. W. ROUTLEDGE l E. I-I. SAUNDERS JOHN Scuok J. H. Scnuccs M. E. SMITH BENJAMIN SOLNICK J. T. SWINK S. S. TAYLOR J. R. TAYLOR --,,,g,,..-.D,f - , - , ' !llv' ETL I "lf'Ei!i!.' v1 - H THE COROLLA WDGWWGNWI5 I 348 'l' s CFWEZCFWGFE THE COROLLA WDCFWWW IllIllIIIllIllIIIIllIllIIIIllIIllllIIlIIIIIIIIllIllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlmlllIllllllllIllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII -+ X fm W E 333 N W U V fg W A ,,, E E- HW W y ' A H The Hcatew Club A Political cJl'j.UllliZZlti0ll Founded in 1924. OFFICERS A. P. PIIILLIPS, JR. .... ..... . . . Chirf Crabbfr of the Deal JACK LANG1-1oRN . . . .... Grabber of the Deal MILES Vl5N'l'RliSS ..... . . . Krcjmr of fha Dcfcit RAYMOND MURPIIEY ...... Snmnrcr of fha Salfuc r11HE GA'1'ES r1'ROY ALLEN BENTON BRINDLIEY -Gm' F1N1.Ev En. BOUTWIELL BEN COMPTON BEN GREEN Bon GARRISON RonER'r IIxN'roN - RoEER'r MA'l'lll5RNlE RoosEvEr.'1' IIUMm1R1Es JEsslE GRIFFIN LENORA LANG1foRn CLYDE McKEE P. G. McCL1N'1'ocu JIMMIE HICKS CLOSE SHAVERS BILL NELSON BERNARD HAx'coon 349 -- 1,-. f-WA-14 WE" W 'Eff A .V -5'-ui' .....,,,. .... ..,. ..,...... .... ER .,.. li ..., El .... ........., Program, Firsl Pot Boilers." Mary Fltts Ellzabeth Donovan Hermlono Dunlap Blacicfriar Calendar "Professional Collegians" SCRSOII Trip.' "After the Ball," "How He Lied to Her Husband," "The Valiant," "The Julian MuGowln James M. Burt Hudson Strode Road Company John Levert Peyton D. Blhb George H. Stubbs Centreville, Nov. 22, Prattville, Nov. 23. Program, Srcond Trip: "After the Ball," "How He Lied to Her "The Pot Boilers." Road Company Elizabeth Donovan James M. Burt. Reid Barnes Hermione Dunlap. Jullan M1-Gowln George H. Stubbs Mary Fltts Hudson Strode Peyton D. Bibb J. Martin Smith Wllllam Donovan Bryant Sells Husband," "The Valiant," Bryant Sells Wllllam Donovan J. Martin Smlth Marion, Nov. 27: Greensboro, Nov. 283 Selma, Nov. 29, Dernopolis, Nov. 30, Carrollton, Dec. x. Program, Tusraloosa lfngagrmcnl, Dfc. 4: "My Lady's Dress," "Modcsty," "The Valiant," "The Pot Boilers." Program, Third Road Trip: "The VVidow's Husband," "The Valiant." Road Company Mary Fltts Jessle Mal Mlller Peyton D. Bibb Frank Jennlnprs Elizabeth Donovan James M. Burt Hudson Strode "Bob" McConnell Hope MaeMlllen Julian M4-Gowln. George 1-l. Stubbs J. Martin Smith York, March 21,3 Livingston, March 22, Bessemer, March 243 Gadsden, March 25, Hunts- ville, March 265 Florence, March 27, Russellville, March 28g jasper, March 29. Program, Tusraloosa lingagrmcnt, April 5: "The Widow's Husband," "The Valiant." With the road cast. Fourth Road Trip: Program and road company same as for third trip. Centreville, April 21, Montgomery, April 22, Andalusia, April 23, Greenville, April 24.1 Evergreen, April 25, Mobile, April 26. SEASON 1924-25-Set in 14-pt. Program First Trip: "All Gummed Up," "Her Russian Soul," "The Storm," "The Lollard." R oar! Company llermlone Dunlap Mary lfltts Walter Tiouldln Jullan Mefiowln Jessie Mal Miller Hudson Strode Bruce Robertson Champ Lyons Ellzabeth Donovan Bryant Sells Frank Jelllllngs J. Martin Smith Greensboro, Nov. 245 Marion, Nov. 25, Uniontown, Nov. 265 Demopolis, Nov. 27, Aliceville, Nov. 28, Carrollton, Nov. 29. Program Tuscaloosa Engagemonl, DN. 8: "All Gummed Up," "Her Russian Soul," "The Storm," "The Lollard." Road cast, with addition of Frances P. Ward and Miles Ventress. Chaporon on trips: Mrs. Frank Scott, of Montgomery 350. Q' 1 -ff ff x 1 ali "' M-Qj,vH .ue::-:ll f 'ii ......... .... . ... ,........ .... E2 .... E3 .... .... E .......... The Blaclcfriar Players Direction: HUDSON STRODE Management: J. MARTIN SMITII .OFFICERS PEYTON D. BIBB . . . . President JULIAN MCGOWIN ...... Secretary MARY FITTS . . . . Vice-President J. MARTIN SMITH . Manager and Treasurer HERMIONE DUNLAP . . Vice-l're.eidenl CHAMP LYONS . ..... Technician MEMBERS DRUCILLA ALBREST LELA LESLIE BAILEY AMZI BARBER N ANDREW D. BLALOCK CAROLINE BLUE PEYTON D. BIBB CHARLES E. BINION WALTER BOULDXN WILLIAM BRITT FRANK BROMBERG BETTY BROWN JENELLE BROWN JAMES M. BURT JACK CAIQLEN HELEN CALLAN NAN CALLAN JACK CALVIN BRYAN CHANCEY MAURICE CAHEEN J. P. COLLIER ROBERT COCIIRANE WADE H. COLEMAN, JR. ALONZO COLEY BESSIE J. CONN JOHN DETLIE ELIZAEETH DONOVAN WILLIAM S. DONOVAN WILLIAM B. GUELLE'I1'E WILLIAM HAMILTON FRANCES HAMPSHIRE HUBERT B. HERREN RHEDIAR HILL ROBERT M. HILL AUBREY L. HAYES EDWARD I'IoWzE FRANK JENNINGS SIDNEY A. KARTUS ETHEL KEHOE J. ALEX. LANE , LENORA I-IXLANGEORIJ NQRVILLE Q-LEIGII 'FRANCES LIPSCOMB C. A. A. LOPEZ-TRELLES MlL'I'0N J. LURIE RUTSON I.UTz CHAMP LYONS R. F. MOSELEY, JR. LUCILE MILLER CPUSTRINE MILNER 'TRELLE MOON JOSEPIIINE MURPIIEY JESSIE MAI MILLER JULIAN MCGOWIN ARTHUR B. MCLEAN HERMIONE DUNLAI' O. L. DUPRE WILLIAM H. ELLIS ZoI.A EMERSON CATHERINE EVANS MARY FITTS W. C. GANNAWAY ROLAND E. GARDNER IEIELEN GIBSON GILBERT B. GREENE GARNET MCADAMS RUTH MACMII.I.EN S. P. MCDONAI.lJ, JR. HENRY S. MCCARTV LOUISE NICHOLS GLADYS OGLESBY FRANCES ORR PIIYLLIS PERKINS HAMILTON PERKINS MARGARET PROWELL FRANK YOUNG 351 RICHARD PROWELL WILLIAM PARTLOW EDWARD PENNINGTON VIRGINIA PRIDE A. P. PHILLIPS INEZ PATTON HOSMER M. ROEERSON AARON ROSENFELD ALYCE RICHARDSON AL G. RIVES MARGARET REID JOE J. SMITH J. MARTIN SMITH, JR. GEORGE H. STUBBS NED STUEBS LLEWELLYN SIMI-sox WYATT SIMPSON ROY SPIVEY E. LUNDY SYKES CHARLES SOULE AUGUSTA SMALL LINDA TABB JACK TURNER W. HAMILTON THOMAS DAN H. THOMAS JOHN A. THAMES MII.ES VENTRESS EGBERT H. VAN DELDEN ROY WILKIE ' FRANCES P. WARD WALLACE WALTERS HELEN WALLIS INZER B. WYATT, JR. ANNIE MAUD WILKINSON NELI. WOODALL GEORGE WILSON HOYT C. WINSLETT W 'K -7 ,,, 42, 1. N 'iff -I N fn - -.. ig ET " "iv THE COROLLA WDCFWCFWD 1? GWWGWWGW THE COROLLA WGWWEGWWD IIIIIllllllllllllllllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIllllIllIlllIlllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIlllIllIllIIIIlllllllllfllIllIIIHIIIIIIllIIIIIIIllllillllllIllIlIIIllllIIllllllIllllllIIIIIIIIIUIIIlllllllIIIIIllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIII UNxvnksx'1'v OF AI.ABAMA GLM: Cum, Simson: 1924-25 Top Rnfw: SIMPSON, Iixsuolf, CAGLIC, Smrrll, BLALOCK, I'I0I.MAN, FLIPPIEN, IIILI., Fmua, '1'1IOMAS, DEAN Third Row: Svxras, CAl,I.1aN, UA'l'ClIl5'l"l'li, Hncsr, IIARPIQR, L. 1,IiF'I'VVICll, '1'URNlcR, MCCARTY, LAUVI5, ASllCRAIf'l', Gu1.1.rs'1"1'r: ' N K S1-com! Rofw: CIQUMPTON, C0'l"l'l.lE, Rlmn, WOOTON, Mmufllv, Cmkxrclz, IIARMON, GLADWIN, Aknlzkv, CAMP, Cmualaw Bottom Rafw: AIRID, ANDERSON, BROWN, SEALS, Mlimc, G1I.Llssl'Y, V. LH1"'l'WICII, MOORE, BINXON, Puml "True VARSITY QUAR'l'IE'l'," "Bon, LUKE, BILL, ANO C1lARLua" 353 fi 'mf O .. - :L-:Jw 4.56 .....,.,, .... .F C 0 R O L L 4 . 354 Egdg f wf ......... .... .... ....1.... .... S2 .... .... .... fb ...,.,,... Y. M. C. A. ' OITFICICRS, IQ24-25 JOHN SPARRMAN ........ General Secretary . . ' ...... President . . Vice-President . . . . . . . . . . . Treasurer . . . . . . .Assistant Secretary . . . . 1 . . President Freshman Cabinet V im-1'rfsirlcnt Freshman Cabinet VEREON F. GAY . . WADE COLEMAN, JR. . DR. JACK P. MONTGOMERY . . ROY WILKIE ...... AI.IsER'I' BOUTWELL . JEFF COLEMAN . . . EXECUTIVE COUNCIL I EHNEY CAMP ROY I'IIcRs RoOsEvEI.'r HUMPHREY J. C. MAYS L. C. McIN'rvRE CARL MUSGROVE L. S. MCMII.I.AN C T. J. SI-IELLNLVI' VERNON STABLER JAMES S'I'ONER AnvIsoRY BOARD DR. GEORGE LANG, Chairman T. A. AMEROSE ALBERT L. BRANSCOMB DR. GEORGE H. DENNY VEREON F. GAY DR. JACK P. MONTGOMERY J. T. HORNE SAUL SMITII JAMES STONER Q C. E. WILLIAMS The Young lVIen's Christian Association of the University of Alabama is an organi- zation Of students and faculty existing for the following purposes: I. "To lead students to faith iII God through Jesus Christ as their Divine Lord and Saviour, according to the Holy Scriptures." 2. "'To lead them into the membership aIId service of the Christian Church." 3. "TO promote their growth iII Christian faith and character, especially through the study of the Bible." I Q 4. "To train them for Work and leadership in applying the principles of Christ to the problems of human society." 5. "To the world." A Win their life devotion to the purpose of Christ for the evangelization of 355 . - ra IIIA a t 1-'21 rsiylu -+sesIt4Efe' ' ef ,........ .... .... .......... FE .... 9 .EMO L H53 355 GWWDGWWCIW THE COROLLA WDGWWGWW IllIIIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIllIlIIlIIIIIllIllIllIIIIIllIllIllIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIIlllllllllllllllllllllll The Alab ama uadrangle The Alabama Quadrangle aims to promote the four things that are necessary in the development of the all-round maII--the spiritual, the intellectual, the physical and the social phases of college life. Its membership is drawn only from those students who have shown themselves to have the highest ideals of Christian life and who strive to eII- courage tlIe high spirit of honor at OuI' University. . CDFFICIERS FOR 1924-25 JAMI5s F. STONHR ..... ........... . . . . . Prcsidenl R. PIUMPIIRIEY ..... . . . . Vic:-President E. VERNON STAIILER ..... ......... S ccrelary WADIE H. COLEMAN, JR. . . ELTON JOIINSON ALMON S'l'AliI.liR C. E. VVIIILIAMS M IEMIIIERS PIsI"I'oN Bum FRANK Howna FRANCIS BROYLIIS l'IIaRscnuI.L CAl.IlVVl21.l. VVAOII I'I. COLEMAN, JR. OSCAR L. DUPRE J. I'I. FULLER BENJAMIN A. CIRIHEN . Dcfvolional Sc-crclary . Edilor Nwws-Lrl.'rr . . . . Trmsurcr . Sergeant-ni-Arrns VIIRRON GAY rl.'lHi0IlORIi I.. lIOnsON LYMAN F. I-IOLLANII RoosIcvIcL'I' HUMIIIIRIEY JIINRINS JACKSON ELTON JOIINSON TOM JONES Lina S. lVlClVlIl.l.AN HOSMIER M. RoIIeRsoN ALMON C. S'I'ABI.liR VERNON S'I'Alll.liR JAMIIS F. -S'I'ONIaR LYMAN '1'0ULMlN CnARLIas Twmam' ALTO I.. VV III'I'nI-IURs1' C, E. WILLIAMS Rox' VVILKIE 357 Wir? l ff Y '?' GMDGMDQW .T ....,.... .... .... 9 .... .... :E ...,...... r 5 5 358 ' ,L --It-W " mr-3 -3-.. E -Qesawzw' R WL.. W ' ' -is WWGWWGW THE COROLLA WDGWWDGWWI5 C 5-I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIImillllIIIIIIIIlIlllIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIlIlllIIIIIIIIlIll!IlIIllIllIIllIllIlllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIlIIIIllIIlIllIllIlllIIII'IllIIIIlllllIIlllllIllIIllIlllIllIIIlIlllIllIlllIlllIllIlllllillllllllllllllllll Y.W. C. A. Cabinet for 1924-1925 -JOYCE MI5RRlAh'I ....... ...... . . . President EDNA PICKARD '. . . . Vice-Presidmzt ZOLA EMERSON . . . . . . . Secretary IQATHLEEN WILLIS . ........ . Treasurer GLAIJYS OGLESEY . . Un1ln'grrzduate Rzrpresentati-ve Chairmen of Committees MIi,I7RlElJ BIEALE . ................ . Ifizuznce CAROLINE BLUE . . , jlluyig LOUISE BOULIGNY . . , Social CiER'I'RUDE CLAIDP . , , Bible FRANCES FORNEY . , , Publifify PHILLYS PERKINS . . . Social Ser-viva ANTOINETTE SPARKS . . , , jllimon HAZEI, WILLIAMS . . . .Membmwhip NATIONAI. OBJ IECTIVEI ' "We unite in the determination to live lllll'CSCl'VCdiy Jesus' law of ,love in cvcry relationship, and so to know God." 359 in! iw .......... .... .... .......,.. ,... E2 .... .... .... 53 .......... I University O. E. S. Club OFFICERS LENORA H LANGIORD . . .... . Prmdem CALNIE CAMPBELL . . . ..... Vzcv Prmdmt WINIIRED Rlanvns . .... . . Sccrclary-Treasurer MINNIII KAY PEARSON . . , Publicity Agent MEMBERS Jnssm BARNARD CANNIE CAMPIIHLI. TIIIZLMA CIIIzNAuI,'I' NI21'I'A HHARN KATIE KliI.SOE LENORA LANcFoRn 360 I-IAzI2I. LAssI'I'I2R EI.IZABE'l'II NIIAI. MINNIII KAY PEARSON ELIZAIIETII PERRY WINIIfRI:n Rmsvns GI.AoYs Rosnnnuuc Nix? ' 'EW ffm ' , -MW YY V ,, -X, ,, X .. --N ' - , , ,. ,. ,. . i. R .. - ,IA ,L ,-7,f, fry -N' a 1 riff -A 4 3 .LM . I W -L, lg. ,..., ,,.- -. 'if GMDf'1M?fGW T H E C .R .... E3 .... .......... Composed of SuU1ferQCbu niyA' men at fha UTlLV8ffSLtj1 Jef Rwnd TSW. JenM M Mlm. . I , Q N NRL '. : 'DJ Hugh n. 4 'Q A ,f OHHff1 Ql1vGP Allen Tartt ,+Sec.- N - ' ,- ffrblfr' V ki ".i"l',-1215 lx L f'--757: , ' ' " , V . K, - LM W fwL,T:W,giini5g? I x 51. ' A "A' k f' Qffi? 5N1 F T43iiQ ?5'?l gsT? f f if Made H.COfemem ,ri Pres. D J.A.'M0CoTzn5nfY '1ng4 -Frei? I 361 f- "-n:5' -E- ,, W'5V' ,, ' -ju " . 'W' "" Y A ' K ' ff- 's.' - 'F'H!gfZf' 'S mamma? TIE .... .... .,.. ERR ,... .... E2 .... .... .... if ,..,...... 36 WWDGWWGW THE COROLLA W This is an organization named iII honor 6 ,,.p1-4 Gorgas Medical Society ng Founded at the University of Alabama ill 1920. of the noted surgeon-general and our esteemed ZllllmIlllS, William C. Gorgas. Its purpose is to promote a close association and good fellowsslup 'Imong the medical students of the' University, and also to promote a spirit of interest and InvestI glllOll designed to stimulate actual research work in I HONOIIARY lVIIiMBERS nedical sciences. DR. CLYDE BROOKS DR. RALPII MCBURNEY LAMBHIIT DR. GEORGE T. PACK DR. AVERY E. RAYMOND CALLowAY PRICE CLAYTON L. H. COLEMAN SIDNEY COLLINS JOE TOM CURRY CHARLIE DAVIS B. H. DORROII B. F. FLOYD CLAUDE FORD WADE GARNER AMos'GIPsoN MARSIIALI. HOGAN WILLIAM JoNEs MEMBERS W. C. LANGs'I'oN B. G. LINDER RALPII MCBURNEY CUMMINGS MCCALL E. K. MCLAIN W. R. MATIIEWS P. H. MAYI-'IELD J. F. MEACIIAM TOM MI1'CIllil.l. JIMMIE MQNTGDMERY C. F. MOORMAN LONNIIE B. MOSLEX' W. E. PREsco1vI', JR. 353 EUGENE ROBBINS A. Z. ROGERS WILLIAM RUBENS LESLIE V. Rusn C. L. RUTIIEREORD JAMES SEAY S. M. SOMMERsE'I'r H. P. 'FALBOT JACK WADE J. I-I. WA'I'RINs J. H. WooI.If A. D. YARDROUGII HARRY YEA1'I's E ,MH E . mums ' i"' --.... 5 1 H lt E O 2 I?" + GMDGMUGW ..... .,.. .... ...,..... .... ER .... ..,. .... :ik .......... University Band Director OFFICERS R. S. Goonm .... ...... . . . . . . . JOE M. GxLMokE . . . Student An-islant Direrlor Tom REID . . . . . . Drum Mayor W. F. PALMER . . Businen Manager MEBTBERS Cornets- Clarinets- Saxoplzoncx- BAxLEY Jo!-1NsoN CARD BMNYON, J. SOLNICK HoLLANn BECKETT, RAY MURPHREE McLAm DEAN WILLIAMS HOLLAND PRIDGEN Bovu TAR1'r STOKES SMITH SEXLAUAN McDowELL l BLONDI-IEIM D,-um,-.. A lto.r- YOUNG Sroxlas BRANYON, W. H. PARK LEWIS NETHERY, S. C. Tfomlmmfs... CHANCEY HNUU3 BECKETT, R. UREAR 31-ABLER Nix Lsmwxcn Baritones- BURDEN MCBRIDH Fm! BRYANT Socxwau. SCHOR GLENN Cy mbal.v- 13155011 NETHERY RUTLEDGE Bass- Fussau. 365 'idi-"gap, Q 4 1111 v- T,.,T.YE, NE , mm ' if-,f ,i-.,.E.Ew,E,..-.. - - 1 ,G ' -uiv in ......... .... .... ....... .... S2 .... EE .... .... .... fi .......... 366 ......... .... .... ...,1.... .... .... .... .... fl .......... The M1n1ng anal. Metallurg1cal Soc1ety Organized September, I922. Aflilizlted with the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers. Purpose: The purpose of this Society is to promote better fellowship among its members and to study InoderII engineering problems. " OFFICERS, I924.-25 l B. NORMAN GROSS . . . . .... - ..... ..... . . . Pm-.ridvnt TREVELYAN DAVIS . .... . . . . . . . . Vine-President JAMES E. DEDMAN, JR. . . . Secrelary-Treasurer MEb4BERS In Fmrulty . I-I. D. PAI.LIs'I'ER J. R. CUDWORTII Postgrrzdurzie JAMES J. ASII'I'oN CIIARLES R. I-IoRwEIIEI. ERNEST L. RUII ROIIER'I' S. WEAVER Seniors MARSIIALI. B. CGNNAWAY C. CiRADY COLLINS 'FREVELYAN DAVIS H. Klil'l'II GARDNER B. NORMAN GROSS Juniors SAM ABNEY BRI'I"I'oN HowARn G. CAMP JAMES E. DEDMAN, JR. RoEER'I' N. FOSTER JAMES II. Wl'l'IlERSl'O0N EARI. S. MANN fiEORGE H. NASGN ORVILLE A. REED EUGENE Ro'I'Ir J. I. WINGARD JGIIN W. IIAGER AR'I'IIUR E. LESLIE ERNEs'I' L. RAINHR FRANK rIlARPEY MAI.coI.M M. WALIIING SofIlIonm1'1'.v TIIOMAS D. ABl5RNA'l'll!' CARI. T. BARRE'I"I' VVII.I.IAM T. BARRl5'I"l' GEORGE S. CARI.'I'oN EIIWIN J. FGRII, JR. OSCAR C. SKEI.'l'0N I-I. SEwEI.I. S'I'. JoIIN GEORGE TOMLINSON Frrxlzllzmz HENRY-J. HAGER RALI-II R. I'IlNZ LUCIAN MANESS O. HUNELEY Tl'IOMPSON ABNER C. WILKERSON 367 g 1 I 'sleep' w e-. e ee if ixv xil niiil"1:..L,4l ' Y .....,... ..,. ,... ....,,... ,... R .... E ,.., E2 .... .......... Civil Engineers Society., U. of A. STUDENT CHAPTER A. S. C. E. D. H. WIIl'fE ..... S. L. MI'I'cIIIzLL . J. W. PEERSON GEOII I-I. P. BAKER E. F. BUIIDIN J. E. CAMIIIIIILL W. H. EVANS W. B. BARNES J. W. FLIIIPEN B. H. I-IENIIERSQN GE J. DAVIS' S. OFFICERS MEMBERS In Faculty . . . . . . . . Prcsidml . . . . . Vice-Prvsidcnt . . Secratary-Treawrcr SIIALER C. I-IoUsER In Urziversily L. MITCHELL D. H. WIIITE J. W. PEEIzsoN P. E. WIIITE J. I-I. RIVES F. B. Woon A. I-I. RonEs E. M. Woons E. Ro'I'II C. C. CLAYTON T. W. SNEAD J. C. DURIIAM C. A. SOULE W. O. I-IARIIIS 368 ,,. , mf ' ..I ,gp v5 .I.e'+-TIE!! I- ......... .... .... .......... .... SR .... EE .... E2 .... .... .......... i American Institute of Electrical Engineers LEONARD L. EVANS . . . . DANIEL CLARK. . . . CHARLES M. LANG CHARLES M. LANG . CLAY E, COMEAUX . S. E. DAWSON . . EDWIN T. BATES IAIUGII K. BROWN DANIEL CLARK CLAY COMEAUX FRED CRONIER ' S. E. DAWSON ' OIFFICERS 'First Sl?lIl6'.Yf!?l' Sezrrnzzl Szfnzrsicr MEMBERS In Faculty FRED R. MAXWELL, JR. In University EDWARD DUFFY LEONARD EVANS BRADFORD I-IADNOT JACKSON J. I-IITCHCOCK ORMOND W. FRAZIER PIENRY S. ST. JOHN 369 1'rc.rid1-nt If i cc-1're.sidmIl S ccrcla r y- Treasurer . . . . 1'rI'.s'idn1t - - . Via'-PN'5ic1I'Ill . Senrlary-Tr'eas1zr'cr CHARLES LANG JESS 0. LONG ROBERT MUSTIN CECIL RANKIN ORVILLE REED TIIOMAS ROBINSON ' 3'Qm I fit S TH S' 4- 1 THE COROLLA WDWWDGNWI5 ! , W 370 'LW' ' and ,..,....., .... ,.., .....,,., .... ER .... ER .... .... ,.., ff: American Association of Engineers LINIVICRSITY OF ALABAMA Cl-IAPTICR listzllmlished in I 9 I 9. OIFIFICERS - EI.MIfR VV. DANY ..... .... ....... . I 'rrxidrnt I. I. WINGARD .... . - ..... If'icf-l'rr.cidrnf 'FREVHLYAN DAVIS .... . . . . SI'rn'laI'y-Trf11.vI1rf'r FRANK W. VVOOIJ . . . . . Program Sfrrwlary ORvILI,Ia A. RIIIID .... Publicily Agent CIIARI.Izs ALMDN POWIILI. BAKER IEDWIN T. BA'I'Ics W. IE. BUCKLHR Joslcmr E. CAMIIIIIILI. L. '1'. CASSON DANIIII. CLARK C. F. COMIIAUX F. F. CRDNIIQR ELMER W. DANY MIIMDDRS 'l'RIcvIIIA'AN IDAVIS EDWARD DUI-'I-'Y J. C. DURHAM PAUI. IIoDc:Iss ICU-maNIa L. JONES P. E. MARTIN . S. L. MI'I'cIIIcI.I. PAUL MORRIS JNO. VV. IVICIUONALD D. H. MCQUAIG GEORGE OI.sI2N O. A. REIID TOM F. ROBINSON IEUGIQNIQ L. Ro'r1I J. II. RIVIES MARVIN L. SowIzI.I. PAUI. M. SPIQAKIQ II. S. S'I'. JoIIN SAM S. rFAYLOR J. I. VVINGARD FRANK W. VVOODS I 3 7 I 1'?X 322232352 QSM .L HI-I 'IOHOD V'I MGM .......... .... .... ,........ .... E2 .... R .... E3 .... P A MAURICE CAHEEN T. J. HAMMER The Advertising Club EXECUTIVE OFFICERS MAURICE CAHEEN ................ . . .... . President WILLIAM B. GULLETTE . . ...... Vice-President CHARLES E. B1N1oN .... . . Serrelary-Treasurer RALPH ADAMS .... .... H istorian T. J. HAMMER . . . Counsellor MEMBERS WALTER J. BROOKS B. M. C0NNA'rsER E. F. RANDALL JULIAN OLIM MAURICE CAHEEN VERBON F. GAY BENTON BRINDLEY MAX SYLVIAN BAUM I 373 - W Y -'v fwrizw J E ff' K?3,lpgH ..a:::.:l1! ' CSMISQWWGK T H YE C 0 RNO L L A WDGWWDGWWD I .. . 1 V+ ,.G,'-"3'.1'..g D I u I I W l ,,. .J ., X '1: 1 -' .A , ..,. V ' wx 1.1 l' l .fyw ,ai , wgrw Eff? '24 .nf , r,., , 374 Ti' agua. , ....1..., .... .... .......... .... E3 .... R .... .......... Somerville Literary Society OIPFICERS Gkovuz C BONLR . . . . . . . . . . . . Pr,-mimi WILLIAM II LLLIS . . . .... . Vice-Prcszdcnl LENORA H. LANGFORD - - . Secretary-Trea.rurer Mumnnns KEENIER BAXLEY BILL BLACK G. C. Homin RALPH Boo'1'1I VV. P. CALHOUN L. K. CA'ro S. F. COMMANDER B. T. DoUcu1ak'rx' GORDON DAv1s HIRAM Donn A. I-I. ELL1o'1' W. H. ELLIS PAUL FINK W. A. HARRIS BEN I-IARUHMAN J. W. HIEMPIIILL I-IORNE D. E. Lola IAQNORA LANGFORD O. O. MCf3IN'l'Y J. B. NAIL Rov PAUL R. C. PRICE D. S. SA'I"l'ERWIll'I'E HARRY SEGREST LUcIUs WALDRON 375 "U Y 1 my Ifllf' Y . 'uylfr 0 1 m L..!iw- - I M 'J' 1 .......... ..,. .... ......... .... E2 .... S2 .... .... ..,....... 375 -HM --.Twi g - --. ' 'xvewyi w:E:E!ff:r - ......... .,.. .... ......... .... E2 .F 0 L L A W?-Mimi-T5 ff 'Q . n l Illllm. A- . K. . I ., 1, M gl., l 4. V ly, 7 K l' " iifylf- 79' i- "ffV IW' rgillvil h C - -xg 4 "XX Law Forum The Law Forum was first organized at the University many years ago, the exact date being unknown. It was forced to disband during the war, but was reorganized in October, 1919 It IS a society of law students devoted to debating and public speaking, and holds weekly meetings OFFICERS MII.LIARn I. JACKSON ..... ..... .... . P roszdfnt CLYDE D. McKEE ..... ...... V ice-Prosirlz-nt J. R. rI'I'IORNTON, JR .... . . Secretary-Treasurer WILLIAM I-I. ELLIS . . . Forensic Council EUGENE ZEIDMAN . . . Sorycanl-at-firms F. L. SMYER . . . Reporter MEMBERS T. I-I. CARMICIIAEL M. I. JACKSON Rov PAUL A. ,H. CARMICIIAEL, JR. J. P. KOIIN, JR. W. S. RIEESE S. T. COMMANDER W. P. CALI-IoUN B. T. DAUGIIERTY BILL ELLIS SEAL FINKLESTEIN PAUI. FINK WILEORD A. HARRIS PATRICK B. I-IARRIS MISS LENORA LANGFORD O. O. MCGINTY C. D. McKEE W. B. MCAFEE J. B. NAIL R. C. PRICE W. J. PRICE 377 H. N. SEGRES1' F. L. SNYIIER J. R. rrl'IORNTON, MILEs VEN'I'REss J. M. WILLIAMS EUGENE ZIEIDMAN RALPII Boo'I'I-I A. I'I. ELI.I0'I' -4-fm -'-A- -' "'- "fi ' I' 'm ln' v' ,, '- gh ' Mk , .- ff-I ts?.f1rl .,.Ir:faIz .Eff ' - ' I - I 5 4 A I 1 I I v V p n 378 M ISM R ERS ..,...... .... .... ......... .... ER .... E .... ER L A WQGMUGMY5 .- I X If 3 XI. B .SRM HM Pre-Medical Club I I'urf:o.re.' TO bring together in close association those students taking pre-medical work nt the University of Alnbnmn. Meetings are held every alterlmte 'l'nesda1y evening in the clnb room. All students taking pre-medical work Zl1'C eligible for membership. OFFICIERS DAVID F. SELLERS . . . . lvvsiduuf J. H. BROWN ........ Tn-amrrr EDWARD J. RIINIIKII .... lfim'-l'ra.vida'nl JOIIN B. ADAMS . . Corrcspomling Sr-crrlmy EDGAR M, SCO'r'r, JR. . . Rmronling Scrrflary DAVID FULLIIR, JR. . . . SL'fgL'IIlll'lll-f1I'lllJ JOIIN B. ADAMS TOM ANDIIRSON W. II. BARNARD J. II. BROWN C. K. BROWN J. W. BOGGIES W. B. BOWLINII P. A. BRYANT G. O. BROUSSIEAU WM. Y. CLARK DDAN COLIIMAN C. S. CO'rLIN I..' G. Com J. M. CRAWFORD, M. M. ELI.l0'l"l' W. F. I3NoI.IsnIIR'I' H. G. FRANKLIN UAVIIJ FULLIIR, JR. R. I.. fiARRAllD W. M. GODSIIY O. M. HARRIS RICHARD M. Ilonnna, sf F. 'JARRIILL E. H. JOHNSON I-IOOII M. MASON FRED MII.I.l5li VV. J. OWINOS J.'C. 0'GWYNN W. II. PIIACOCK EDWARD J. RENDRII LIEROY SALTIIR VV. C. SIMPSON W. R. SIMMONS AR'r1IUR L. SIcALs DAVID F. SELLERS TIERRY SELLERS FLOYD SMITII RIZEDIER r.l'I10RN'I'ON PAUL TNIIOMPSON JOIIN M. TIIOMASON EDWARD LED TRAMMIILI. S. B. '1'RAvLoR SAMUEL A. VVALKIER Louis WRIOII1' WM. II. DIIRAMUS PoR'rIsR POWELL 3 7 9 .53 'A THE COROLLA WDGWWDWWD 380 ...... .... .... .,....... .... E2 .... L A WUGMUGMJ 4,15 Alf' fill , ' ' y. VU.: il FTXIW .0 1' I.. twiki ,z ,V 1' lim Qi' 'wiilvll iif, ' by I fffilffi 41'x'm1n1 Tx I 5 . ,A fx . . . s 4 , A A N Euphians The Enphians were organized in IQ22. The purpose of the society is to develop young men tor forensic activities and to study the lives of literary men and their works. The Iiuphian Literary Society grew in strength and vigor during 1922-23, and succeeded in winning first place in intersociety debates in 1923-2+. CUFFICERS PERRY A. TWl'l"1'1' . . . . I'rnsidml Jmvnss 0. DAVXIC ....... Trrzuurrr L. J. SM1'ru . . . . . Ifirc-l'rw.vifl1'11l F. V. KUx'KlaNnA1.1. . I"on'n.vff: Rf,-pn-srlzlzzli-vi: BAYLESS W. PRICE . . . . Scnwlary Rox' IIonsoN . . . . Srrgcanl-al-.firms - MlEA'llllEllS ORMOND BLACK JAMES L. CAR'1'lsa SANnA B. I-Ilz1.Ms CECIL H. WAnswo1x'rn CIIIZSTER W'ALKlaR C. P. NELSON ROY SPIVEY J. Amex LANE JULIAN' BU'rl.laR VVM. J. I'IANcnx' PAT JOHNSON W. C. GANNAWAY P. R. Piwok J. T. MORGAN, Ju SAU1. GoLns're1N 38: PRICE CIIIENAUIXI' JENKINS JACKSON Lina Gmvizk II. A. FOWLER VV. J. TERRY FLOYD TURNER A. R. MlzAnows fffifmanaf ,K K ......... .... E1 E C 0 F 0 LM? .......... 382 ,... ......... .... .... .......... .... Sl .... El .L L A Wgamfiflwii CJK Lf 0. V, N . 'N ,Ae s , yy.:-i Pbilomatbic Literary Society Founded November 16, 1832. 'l'bc Pliilolnutliic is tbc oldest forensic 0I'l.':lllllZ1lil0Il on thc campus, it bnving been founded one year uller the founding of the University. Membership is limited to thirty-live. Any accredited mule student of the University is eligible for xnexnberslnp upon an unanimous vote of the members. Fur 19.21 Jonrv lflmzllnz lin. liOIl'l'WIil.l. . Vlucnlclc lIA1.l. Cl.YDI5llVlCKIiIi . J. D. INGRAM . IVRANK Bowne Cmcvla A. Plnuu' A. I.. C. IE. l30U'l'Wlil.I. Al.n1clz'r li0U'l'Wlil.l. FRANK Bowne R. B. BRINDLIEY En. CLARK VV. II. Co1.lcMAN BLAINIE Coomnz I.. F. Conmsv 11. A. Fowmau, jonn FRAZIHR VAIKNHR T. llAI.l. R. IIUMIUIIUEYS c,FFlClCRS . . I'n'sidfl1l . . lf'i1'f-l'l'1'.sir1r'11l . . . Srfrflary . . . pllflilllllflllllfillll . . . I'rogr11m Smwlrlry . Sl'I'!ll'lllIf-IU-.fl rm s VliNABl.li . MIERIIXIERS S'rn.r. IIuN'rlnx I. D. INGRAM Smmav Kmrrus VV. II. KLINNOCK F. V. IQUYKIZNIDALI. Mnxron Lulula Cmovs lVlClilClE A. R. Mrmnows Rmnfolum lVl0ll'l.liY J. T. Monmm C, P. Nm.soN 383 For 1925 . l". V. Kuvklawlmm. . . O'r1s RornNsoN . J. D. INGRAM, JR. . . . C. P. Nln.soN . . L. F. Cokmav . . . . . . .R.B.B1uNn1.lcx' I'lIH'l?llJif Counril . , Trmszmfr C. A. Plenum' II. M. Ronmzsox Ons Ronmsou Iizuuu' Snmussr FLOYDIE SMITH DAN Tnoivms I.U'l'llliR TIl3Wlil.L LYMAN 'TOULMIN FLovu r1iURNIiR A. L. VnNAm.n Mn.1ss Vnwrruzss INZHR WYA'r'r F . ,glliiwf f -- THE COROLLA rr. 1 334 .......... ..., .... ......... ..,. E2...lE...O L L A X g- Excelsior Literary Society The Excelsior Literary Society was founded in 1921, its main purpose being to promote the forensic and literary activities of the University. The programs consist of short talks on events of current interest, discussions of literary matters, debates of both serious and humorous vein and detailed reports of various organizations and affairs of local interest. Candidates for atlrnisgion are selected by competition, the socie.ty's membership being limited to thirty members, all mule students of the University being eligible. The Excelsior, one of the youngest societies of the forensic group, has already shown its excel- lence. In 1922 it won the Campus Debating Championship, and its present personnel promises future forensic, laurels for this organization. First T crm W. M. MASSIEX' . T. J. CAM1'l'llil.I. . B. A. GREEN . . V. L. '1'RAv1.ou. . R. G. Hon:oN . J. II A. LANE . . G. OI.lVli'l' . lI. C. G. A. BRONSON C. E. li0U'l'Wlil.l. D. C. livkn T. J. CAM1'mu.r. B. L. E. B. G R. T. DOUCIIIERTY A. Furman . CiA'l'lllNG5 . Grualm A Us lIARRIS, JR. E. I'IICKS C A OIFFICIEIKS Fon 1924-25 . . . PI'f'.l'idI'7lf . . . . Vin!-l'rvsid1'1zl . . , Sucrvlzlry . .' . TI'l'llJIU'I'l' . F. Second Term G. A. BRoNsoN V. KUx'KlsNnA1.r. C. li. BOU'1'VVlil.l. VV. G. SOLOMONS - - P"f'-W f7!l""f' - . . li. II. VAN l7lll.Dl'IN . Parluzmfnlarlnn . . . . D. C, Ryan . . . . '. .SI'I'yl'llIlf-Ill-I7I'IlI!. . . . . . .VV. M. MASSIEN' '1'xAx'1.on ....... Forruxir livin-rrmmfi-vp iVl:lElVlB1ERS R. G. I'IonsoN ' G. H. RAYNOR F- S- HUGHES C. P. Sunuav F. V. KUvxlaNnA1.L W, G, SOLOMONS A- LANE V. IQ. 'l'RAvLok J. W. M. MASSEX' J. D. MANCII. ,W. R. NHWMAN II. G. Ol.lVlC'l' S. W. OLLUER C. P. l7OWlil.T. 385 H. C. TuAv1.oR G A 'l'oMr.1NsoN F. IE. TURNER E. II. VAN Drannrm VV. D. VVAL'rlaRs S. WAMvoi,n, JR. lllll-4 fi T H E C 9 .E .... S2 .... .... ...,...... 386 ....1.... .... .... .....,... .... .... EZ L A W-'-WWFWW9 .. .0 H ,,f'f"""? is I W f, WM . , ..'I?.1I1 M Z , X I I , .- XE, ll . , 414 K N 4 , " ' ' fn I ' 'W L -I , , I 1 I X L. , I I l ' " mn I-Y Nix 7 L ' ' I 5 W' U-my l I, X 'II-' ,174 -1. - v 1 If yy "-E-.. 2-f , ' .- ' -5 iff jf' . :IIN 5 Imp l T??Af'f F A Erosophic 'Literary Society OIPIPICERS ALBERT BOUTWELL . . ...... . . Iresulfnt BIRIIA SMITII . . . . . Vice lfremlf-nt JOHN DE'I'LIE . . . . Treasurrr MISIIIIIEIIS MARGAIIEI' ALLMAN ALnIsII'r BoU'I'wELL PAUL BowEIIs E. A. CAMI' WII.LIAM Bovn BRYAN CIIANCIII' WILI.IAM CAHANISS MAR'I'IIA CIIENAUIJI' JEFF COLEMAN IIUGII DOWLING JOIIN DIIILIE C. CARRY LEMLEY GARRARD 387 IEMMEI' IIAIIMON A. J. I-IAIIIIIS, JII. DoIIo'I'I-Iv LAssI'I'IcII CAIIL Musc:IIovE RoIIER'I' RAMSIII' VVILLIAM B. RILIII' LEWIS A. SMI'I'II BENNIE WAL'I'EIIs WALLACE VVAL'I'EIcs FIIAZIER WILLIAMS SIMON VVAMPOLII NIELL TliAMMIiI.I. ' WILLIAM GREEN IE Q09 A QBIIFI1 ff I EEE E THE COROLLA WGFWEWWD IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIlIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIUlflllllIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIlIIIIllIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIVIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1 fa r L 4 I5 , S I-S l 328 '1m"'m1 gz,ieT"'h""'H ......... .... .... .......... .... E2 .... R .... SR ..., JAMES F. STONIER . . I-IOSMER M. ROEERSON .fl ccaunliug- LEE GLovER GEORGE I-IAAS ' C. W. TQOENES WV. A. TURNIPSlil5D Biology- GEORGE A. BRONSON, JR. f3l5R'I'RUDI5 OZEURN CONRAD WALL Chrfmi.vlry- GUY M. COLE H. K. GARDNER J. A. HEREITORD PRESTON JORDAN C. W. MA'l"I'lll!WS EUGENE ROBBINS I: F0 11 o Ill i fs- DAVID FEINSTEIN W. C. FINLAY W. M. MASSEY W. S. OWEN W. E. LACEY Ilislory- GEORGE V. IRONS C. E. WILLIAMS Library- LUCIAN GlI.I.IS ' THEODORE HOIYON JOYCE MERRIAM ELIZA J. WILCOX R .,, 1' XS . A w A KQQQQWXEXW A .J h, 1 -Q! , ,ft-5, ,I Ef f? MI ? Tiki HP I EN X ' A IH. ' 'IX .. -A 1 ' 1 IIE R, Junior Faculty . . . l'rvsi1lvnl I.liI.A LESLIE BAILEY . . . . Srrrrlary . Ifice-l'rr.ridml ZOLA EMERSON. . . . . Tn'a.nn'gr Grology- ZOLA EMERSON JOIIN W. I-IAGER l:'11gli.Ih- ELOISH ANIJRIEWS PEYTON BIIIII MALINIE BURNS LELA LESLIE BAILEI- LAURA DAVIS JAMES II. IVIEV, JR. SIDNEY KARTUS IIURST MAUI.DIN MINNIII K. PEARSON IIOSMER M. ROIIERSON SIIELLEY SANSIIURY SARAI-I MAUII 'IXAYLOR KA'l'IILIiEN VVIIILIS J. I. WINGARD MalhEmalic.I- FRANK I. BOWIE DANIEL CLARK WM. W. COBBS GORDON DAVIS JAMES II. FULLER MRS. M. W. HA'I"I'ON GEORGE D. KING ED. H. PRI'I'CIlI5'l"l' IIYMAN' rPOULMIN "hf???I.'.-...COCK EI.MER DANI' JESS LONG JOHN W. PIEBRSON' ORVILLE A. REED EDWARD K. DUI-'EI' TIIOMIIS F. ROIIINSON ARTIIUR L. LILLY C. N. MATIIEWS ROBERT P. STOCK Polilifal Sl'il'llfL'- l5ffllf'f1fi0'l'- S. C. DIETLIE IWARY ROIIER'I':oN WM. II' TRUEMAN French- JOIIN BALI. ADAMS ED. K. AUSTIN W7ADIE I-I. COLIZVAN, J MILTON J. LURIE EARL R. WEAVER Grnwnphv- H. A. FOWLER 339 R. Spanish- LYMAN I'IOI.I.AND ROOSEVEIIT I-IUMI-IIREI' JACK MGSI-ADDEN JAMES F. STONIER 'FI R. -,, M . ,, f rv . , 'ffl I ' -P- f mf 'en' THE COROLLA wzitswiiawwii N 4 3 90 '."2'Ml I ' I-L A U rj ......... .... ..., ......... .... E2 .... R .... .... fl WYWWECFWY5 , I f f 'Ci5 - C 'W-. 'N fx , -N! sf COTIIIIICTCS C111 IJ '1'lIc UIIivcI'sily of AIIIIILIIDII CoIIIIIIcI'4'c Club was I-DIIIHICCI iII I92I, soon 1lflCl' thc cst:IlIlislIIIIcIIt of the cI0ll'llIlCl'CC Svlloul :It thc University. Its Plll'l'l0SC IS thc iIII'llIcI'iIIg of iIIlcI'I:st iII l'0lllIllC'l'l'C l'III'Ullgll its Il'lClDI!Cl'S. A CIFFICIERS Jon W, McNoR'I'oN . . . . l'r1.-.IiIIrIIt I'Il,IGIiNli l.ANII-:R SYIcIfs, JR. . . Srzn-lary 11ARRy N, 5mIuI5'I' . . . lficv-l'n'.viIlI'r11 ICzIcIcIIaI. C. GA'I'IIINI:s . . . . 7'I'm.vIzI'm' MIQAIIIIIRS RALI-II IQ. AIIAMs li. K. AUs'I'IN MAX S. BAUM A. 15. BASS M. L. BIICK LOUIS A. BONII-'AY FRANK BROMIIIIRII J. R. B'RvAN'I'V J. P. BU'1'l.IiIl GIIORGII R. BYRUM MAURICII CAIIIIIQN CIIIcs'I'IcR CAl.IJWlil.II IC. A. J. CAMP JAMIis I.. CAR'I'IIR ICIIWARII CLARK .JEFF J. COLIIMAN IEIIWARII E. CRAIG H. A. DAVIS RALIIII DowI.INr: I.. A. DUNCAN DAVIII FIaINs'I'IIIN GUY 1"INI.IeY DAISY FI.I1'l'l5N li. C. GA'I'IIINc:s VIIRIION I". QIAY IVIAIKGAIIIVI' J. KIRAIIAM LIIII GLOVIIR MAX GOLIIIIIIRG QIBORCIE IIAAs WM. J. IIANCIIIIY Fox IIARMIIN S. B. IIIaI.Ms RALI-II IIIIWARII JIINKINS JACKSON' CIIRRINII JIENNINGS XV. C. J0IINsoN VIc'I'oR E. JoIINsoN fIli0RGIi D. KING D. I.. KNIIIIR IIIIRMIIN IQYLICI II. B. LACY J. T. I.IcAcII J. ROY I.0NII WILLIAM MASSICX' I.. C. IVICIN'I'YRli A. B. McKAY JOII VV. McN0R'I'0N VV. S. MIN'I'IIR W. ZR. MIaAIIows l"IcI.Ix MIINIIAI. IIARRY V. MI'l'CllIiI.I. VV. VV. MIXIIN JIIIIN T. MIIRIIAN, JR. GIIIIRIIII NIIWKIRK' - II. G. OI.IvIa'I' M. IE. Pl"I.lEGIER C. A. PIQRRY Jon II. RoIIINsoN BRUCII R0IIIIR'IsoN J. J. Ror:IIRs J. P. SAI.'I'IIR T. J. SllIiI.I.NU'I' W. I.. SIMS 39' IIIINRY SMI'I'II W. 1.. SocIcwIcI.I. BILI. SowIaI.I. J. 12. SI'o'I"I'swo0II J. I.. SULLIVAN IC. L. Svmas IIARRY N. SIiCIlIiS'l' IQIERNIEY 'l'IaRRIcI.I. I.AcY O. 'l'IeRRY CARI. B. '1'IIoMAs JOIIN R. 'I'IIoMAs VV. IIAMII.'l'0N 'I,'II0MAs GIQORGII '1'II0MI-soN C. VV. 'I'II0MIIsoN C. VV. VIIOIZNICS HIINRY K. 'IIOIENIES FI.oYIIII E. rI.'URNliR J'oIIN VV. VININC J. VV. XVALIIINII GIIORGII C. VVII.I.IAMs ILI ' 9 :,..1..-.T- ,.- 5. I if ? w,. T H E' C Q R wo L L A 392 ....,.... ..., .... ..,..,... .... E2 .... Ei .... EZ .... .......... Educatwn Club Purposfu' To further the aims Of Eclucation among pI'OSpeCtive teachers at the University Of Alabama. OFFICERS ROOSEVELT I-IUMPIIREYS . ..,... . . . . Prrsidwnt I-I. A. FOWLER . . . -. Virc-I'r'f.vid1-nt ESTIIER FRANK . .... . . . . Srrrclary MARY ROBIERTSON . . . ..... . TrczI.s1n'cr O. C. ROEINSON . . Scrgranl-al-ArnI.I MEMBERS ELOISE ANDREWS C. GYXRRY ANNIE REAVES LELA LESLIE BAILEY GWENDOLYN BAIRII CLEMENT BROOKS M. L. BLACK STOESSEL BARKSDALE MALINE BURNS LOUISE BOULIONY VERNE BRADLEY ELVA BRINDLEY T. 0. BLACK SANFORD CLARK GERTRUOE CLAPI' MARY CARROLL PRICE CHENAULT EDITH MAY COLE WADE H. COLEMAN L. F. CORLEY LAURA E. DAVIS CATHERINE EVANS I-I.'A. FOWLER EST!-IER FRANK FRANCES FORNEY LEE FORNEY JOHN L. FRAZER SUQIE IFINNELL SAUL GOLDSTEIN RUEUS I-IALL ROY I-IODSON ROOsEvEL'I' HUMPIIRIEYS MARY HUNTER ELI IIUNTER V. T. HALL LEOTA HULSART FERN JINKS WILLIAM JOHNSON KATIE KIiLSOE CPIQNHVA IQIRBY F. V. KUYKENDALI. SADIE LIDE FRANCES LYNN I-IAYNIE MCWIIORTER FRANCES IVICNAIR VIRGINIA MINTER JOSEIIIIINE MURPIIY' MERLE MAR'1'IN E. C. MIERRITT rl1REI.T.E MOON C N. MATIIEWS C. W. MATIIEWS A. R. MEADOWS C. P. NELSON 393 MARY ROBERTSON II. M. ROBERTSON 0. C. ROBINSON NIILDRED ROSENEERO GI.Al7YS ROSENBERG D. 111. ROBERTS REGXNALD RARE GRACE SELF VELMA SELF CLARE SHANNON G. W. SMITH ELIZABETH STEPHEN G. O. SWANN H. L. TIDWELL DAN I-I. THOMAS J. T. TEW F. C. TRAYLOR W. J. TERRY AUSTIN VENAIILE VERGIIZ VINES ERMINE WALKER ELIZA VVILCOX CLEO WILIIITE KAWAIIE VVILLIAMS N. R. YOUNG ..a'1E!"" S PRE-LAVV CLUB Furl Musgrow-, Pre-side-nt: J. ri, Alnys, Jr., Vim--1'r4-sldvrltg Wnllzwr- D. Wzmltzws, Sm-4-rutn,l'y-'I'r1'rLsurm'1 J, A, Phillip:-1, Sf-rm-nut.-:n,t-Arnwg Juv .l. Smlllx, Jr., I+'m'vn:-me tfuumu-Im': Wllllmn fir'4-4-nu, 1'm'lhum-n- tzwlzmg Emnmu-l Goldatr-111, Hl'IlUl'll'l'Q L1-on Ar:-lu-V, Furl M. Hfmlh, Villll- lifnvwn. .lnhn tfnmlton, IJ. In-H:u'4l4-Inlwn, Eur! In-us, ffnrl l"n,rnn-r, Hmunuf-l tinlzlsln-In. Willlxun Ul'1'l'll", G. IH. Ilulstvzul. A. J. Ilnrrlel. Jr., Sllurnmn Hnvnllum, I1'r1-:I S. llluzlu-H, Iluxzh W. .Mm-N, II1-nry Mllyflvlfl. J- ff- MIWH. JV.. 'l'0lf1Lil' .l, Nlmdhhurn, Jr., U. 111. Malthl-wx, V. J. Murrill, Nsntlmn Millvr, Curl MllHKl'lYV1'. J. A. Phillips, E. G. V Ilif-lcarby, Jr.. Joe J. Smith, Jr., W. C. Stunc, IN. Spzmn, W. H. Thomas, Wallmeu Wnlts-rs, Slmmi VV1Lmpuld, Jr. 394 V' f,.,,'..-.-.gn nrnunnann-...naman .--o.....nunn- ooonoaoaaqsoouuqn qoro.u..p Q' auqvgfo . V, V ' ' V' ' ' ' 1 ,. Q VV QVVV -- V VV V - V ff V V K V .H VV V 1 V VV VXV ,, . V, V , n V - 4 ' ' qc, . 1. -- :A V . V. VV . V, V' V 5 5 ' V. V, 1 - V 'A V ' . L I In V, , V V ,., " -- V. ' V ' V. . , V. . . . V. . 0 , , ...Q V . W, .V v V VV' V lan, Ona-l nagpn .f-nun .sauna .-,e,4na..s. Qu-Q-vp.-nes nano. nano nab.. sig.. ,-no. VV VV . V - - , ' . ' 0 . x ' g s 0 . 9 n n v - ' . n u 5001011 Events Sports 'Xf' 'NK' ES Q R -' I 1 k f 1 ' N - I xx I- 1 :N tl ..: W vo ' x 111 QQQ in I QQQ I 1- V 1 V il. - u ' Y I n , I - -' . - Q 0 Z w :M 4,',,:,,, VH. ,.,,,u..nH,,,,,. ...-...-......-H... ..V..f4,,,-T..- dA.-VV . ,,'., -dV,, VV.: V Q V 1 N , .,,, ' 'X ' X s ' "H . ' - . V VV V VV VV V V. " X VV VV lv. VV VV V .VV Lf' 0 u . V ,I all 4 V4 "' . ' ' Vl VV , V Vw V VV, V V l l, : 1 V M ' 4 V 2 'Q A' VV x . ' , 'rs X Q' - x F, W . ' , 12 " I ' ' ', : Xa" '- If 1 mv " ,W ' f 'HV .. ' Q ' - 1 5- V M ",' " - VV.V' . QV V 9' ' V ' ' o 0- 4 V , 'mop-Q o .connnoqunnrsfoovvffaf f1-.f-v-'vvvl"""-0--1-'---v---4 ,,,.v,-or-'vw' r r Ln' n": I I 0 A W THE COROLLA WGWWDGNWI5 ........................................,.............1........Q.......,....... .......,.......,1..............,......,.......................................................................... CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY SOUTH ERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS . 397 ,,..-Y--if . f-- 'fu ' "" r'i W'Q'!" .' iz ffqiiii ' QSLSSH -+mH!!!A' P' THE COROLLA 398 QMTZ , . . , , ,. ....+.... ..., .... .....1... .... E2 .... E .... E? .... ..., .... fi ,......... The 1924-25 HA" club Composed of men who have made lctters in Football, linsclmll, Bnsketlmll, Track, and Golf. HONOIQARY M HMB ERS DR. GEORGE II. DHNNY, Prrsidrut of ilm Unifvrrsilyg MR. V. H. FRIEIJMAN, Graduala Manager of .fIthl1'rizr.v,' COACII W. W. VVADH, Ilrad C0llflI,' COACH Russian. C01H2N, ,llxsixlant Coarhg COACH IIHNRY CRISP, flssislanz Coa1'l1,- CoAcH VV. T. VAN mc GRAAFF, Freshman Coachg AL Rxvns, Xlsxislafzl Athletic Director OFFICERS GRAHAM MCCLINTOCK . . . .... l ...... President A. T. S. I'IUlll2RT . . . . Virc-I'rvxidrnl Ronlsm' I-I1N'rom . Scrrflary 'V'-N Rm Colle ' Y . f I 0 s jifiggen .T bs C4 N .E 0,5535 er Johns ll f' lmrrnum Hudsvw f51-qua. A Gonnasre y gnlgngn Q Drown l. Gllllgc lk' whnrmrrer Huberf GD Wm HCCIIIITOCW 5 IIITO' f Xl ,f Comprsn Q 50' ussey ,f lanyhorne B Un Bdllgh C a if . Jones Y' wwf Mx, x X XlBCarTev 5'4!l 5 X l P X RRQE, Barnes 'jg Cunningham P T Buclder C9 'U 5 Rosenfeld . eere ' . 399 Eg gs? ...,... .... ..,. ....1.,.. .... E2 .... .... .... li .......... Coach William Wallace Wade Coach Wade is a living proof of the "new idea" in athletics--in other words, he is another of the rapidly growing list of fine sportsmen and honorable gentlemen who are destroying the old "roughneck" tradition of the former days in American sport. Alabama values him even more as a friend than as an uplifter of her athletic prestige. Assistant Coach Henry G. Crisp West Point lost a great leader when "Hank" Crisp took to the coaching game instead of the Army. We don't know if "Hank" ever entertained military notions, but he is the perfect lieu- tenant. He has everyone's love and respect . . . and a sedan which shows it. :sn K5 . 44- S1 lg ' 400 so e 1 ' 'ra?arT.H .a:a:a:ll! - '1 l 5 s, ...,.., .. CSFWDGWWDG5? THE COROLLA WDGWWDGWWE5 1llIlIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIlIIIIllllIIllllIIIllIIllIlIllllllIIIIllIllIlIlllllllIIIllllllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Assistant Coach Russell Cohen Always in the background, but always invaluable, "Russ" Cohen did far more to help Alabama to a championship than the outsider is permitted to know. As a scout, coach, and general advisory councillor, his presence was felt in every big crisis of the season. Freshman Coach "Bully" Van de Graaff "Bully's" second S. C. freshman championship in as many tries was again the result of work, spirit, and knowledge. The tear-shedding giant makes men play as he once did, the sort of play which made him All-Time All-American on a selection printed by an authority last fall. PF V , , 401 Y ., - .- -5, Alu , lv 1 1. iq- -V , is-"H Q L1 JK. 1 ua. THE COROLLA IIIIllIIIllIIIIlIlllllIIIIlllllIIIIlIIIIIIllIlllllIIIllIIIIIIllllllllIllIlllllIIlIIlIllIlllIIllIIIIIIIIlIlIIllIIIIIIlIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIIIIIlIllIlIIIIIIIIlIIIIIlIIlIIIIllIlIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII The Championsl Leading scorer in American collegiate football. Leading scorer in the Southern Conference. Lowest score for opponents in Southern Conference. First unanimous award of Southern Conference cham- pionship. This array of achievements, probably unequaled by any other Southern institution in football history,- is backed by indubitable figures, even more startling than the evolved facts themselves. In the order of their mathematical substantia- tion, they are: Alabama, 290 points in nine games. West Virginia second, with 280. A Alabama, 176 points in seven Southern Conference games. Alabama, seven points for opponents in seven Conference games. Alabama awarded Pickens Trophy,unanimously by twen- ty-seven sport writers. Such were the buoys passed by the 1924 Crimson Tide, which began to Wade in 1923 and has not learned the swifter fashion of swimming. The guttered rocks, slippery muds, and slimy animals who frequent the lower sphere of sport were too still and slow for the fleet Tidesmen, who raised themselves as in a net and brought their opponent up within captain "Pauley" Hubert its meshes and finished the long race with swift overhand strokes which passed and carried the last animate opposition to a First Southern Conference Championship for Alabama. Leisurely and buoyantly submerging the minor Bulldog, forcing a Hurricane to throttle itself in a trough and typhoon of its own lashing in the Waves, washing war paint from an encroaching Choctaw, covering a spitting Tiger with foam of another's flecking, panning the pay dirt from a richly burdened Golden Tornado for Capstone deposit, showing the "militant Misses" gently but firmly their place, taming a Wild- Cat from his unearthly scream to his thievish marauding Cbut the Colonels were swift and strong and the Current was weakj, and ten days later forcing the Major Bulldog, sapor-mouthed with the blood essence of every Southern opponent, to find the Tide too salty and belch forth the huge meat of a season's triumph, adding it to the own greatness of the Wave, which crest and driftmeat, record and recognition stands today, as six months ago, the greatest football machine to which Alabama has ever claimed name: that's the Championship Season of Alabama. , All the result of A Man who, aided by a big-hearted, whole-souled, all-capable Lieu- tenant, and a well-witted, jovial Scout who was sharp of eye and pencil point, took his assigned youths to deep championship waters, made them enter in, and Swim! 402 t ee.. - e f' 'i35lE . 'fH!ll! ' ' ,-" "" 'N ....,..., ..,, .... .......... .... S2 .... EE .... SR ...,...... GRANT GILLIS Sweeps SEwANErs's Lsrr ENn ron TEN YARDS . I ll g ll ' 1Qr1A.rv--riff-J "c"9""!t""'1 MW ' J ' JQAJ . - M If f S - ff , E Z Z A 403 ....1.... .... .... ......... .... 52 .... .......... "MAC" BROWN CIRCLES TECH Fon T1-11k1'Y-EIGHT YARDS ,brujfiu uf . .,i4,v.z.7ZA4- . ll If A If ll 2 . ,cj ' Jfcz 1.11 U IIITJKBR INISPIIHED wmmzm- df-rm.-1-fx mA.p1m.n an: it ' V Ilurw. , ' ' mx ,N Klllllu. OLE 1UI55 Q4 s ,, Jimmy ooms ' ' ' HH' ff' sfliuunmgg-1-. , win n n NYM I u n uim nu l f4 -.mwvn huukud, 1 'Humksgnnuu 1 mm! 1-,wn -:hir1,,.,g thc- ppl, u n mn in-dwn trirkwl ' HL'l'imnmpxr. Wm 'f rho lim:-light clm-ing nw l - wlm in Lhr- mmm. ' Inmr'hduwr1 x .,. . . - mln rluy r-1' gp-vm, 404 .... .... .... .... .......... .... E2 HOLLA GWJWWD Kvcwucxv FAILS 'ro GAIN T1-IRQUG1-1 'run CRIMSON WAVE I Th.. nz.-...H- Aluhnmu lmfl 1-Iuvvu ron! funllmll plnyvl-' in mhf-rr fighting: vvvry min- uh-, Hwy fought with no idon ul' lot- Tm-h would Satur- new-r. lhnl. fight, ur" nuvux' nn nvurything n hnvv, uood ll wuu Rik Hen CompLcm's clny Ln nut und nmrn people' took un- uny ollmr plny- thin num-mrnn. Camp- funml hlxnsulf 'l'hnmlu5'. III: ' ff wus good :enough to plny on may linu in thc vounrry. ' f ruth-ed in fnvnrbf Burien in V0 9,41 1011! ' ,af.-vxw' ' ff ll ' " Z WM 1 BAIYIAISMW 1 1, u 'l'hir unluokv fm no lwvn 1. .L , . , ly lhnrm-H. The flush ntaulu many 14 atlrrinnf lim' buck und rose to lmightn' on thx- def:-nav. llis :living tucklex ws-ro rnvmnruhh- nf lluly, of N yg-nr ugu. mm- g-nnu-N plynen. lruilud Sm-on-l with tho -fnnmun "Fum- Null' 0D:mxv have third 4405 nous W PR ing- lle ,wo hunt Tuch. - f A j amount of pgwngigl brought into play for me llnn men charged and tho hacks off-tackle lim: opened. out-pulled and GWWJQTN W4 T H E C O R ........... "I'00I.I6Y" Iflulxmu' Sxvmcxs 'rule ClcN'rlu5 UNH M d , Zi Z. . M . . ' ' fQoa! ' " WM y . . 'if' , . , Y 7. rf n. 1 4 I ,, my fx , Av-fy, 4 i U1 ' 'V , ,N rub- f. ga- v 1, ' f , ' " ,gp-wmv, ., , .,, . , -A . .mln , fx 14.4.4.1 ...- f Q -' f ' ' 5,7 Y u, fliIlI1'! , . :mu- . -,nj -. - V Af -Nm: ' cl: Lu lrunrfl nll l.h1- rlIf!'vwnr'f- nl Ihr- wuvlzl was :am-n in AI:sl.um:.':a , ,. . ny. :Ynnw rm-Icwl mummy th., In-sf nut yuan' nm! hun lm! Awww Imrk xx rid.. Grnhmn Mcfllntovk, lolnlfw'-rf1.'-f't fur thc 1925 Chnnlplonxluip defdvuxlv ern, wuz une. of thu mmlt vruxaiL.I.u-ul men on tha tc-um in Liu- npinilm uf, iwuchnu nml !'onlhnH 1-xm-rlu wh-1 I bmw him perfm-m at If-ft -ml ukml nnrl turnul hunk thu Wild mt plunge-ew ut his unclor on ovary mznnuiull, Hin vmturnl imnmvnlwln .wif in nvnn u-rw-un-n' no whmx mnvl- !'u1'wnrrl swiftly nn hu :lid Hut- lnl mx. ' V Pete Gump wulm fnsh-r than hu I.. - - ' - 1 . I 9'Wi4'f3f+.1SQiarmF1VN we ,. , xy-1g,:u.:wrf " " N - ' 406 4 nity, but tha: mmcmbflm THE .,1....... .... E3 .... R .... ER .... ............-----..-.!-- Q -----'---- 1 1-"-- C rnwnu, Gors TIIROUGII Cfnokcm Fon ELEVEN YARDS A ,Oo ffwff Q ' C ,4.4vfQ1 1 W Af' EQ 'rmn lvhr- vovy lwqhming of Aluhumu ilu- 'fight wug-im: which lwua an IIn'mrl- was dfwwnvd after-u 311 xu1'4L,1uA1lm' 1 ng-:lim-l In-my umm-hilmn. l'vrx'y ahuwn-rlunhilily lhul r'onfi:1vm'1' tq tha- emu-In-'I whlx wlwnrm tnvklvs lm-uvnngg, Ihwuvy wunrhx. mul pumsilvililif-fm rc wus n curtuin mmfi- Ala-ucv und nnsurmlrv nh-nxt thu- Tido, They xx - 'wkimr no 1-Inmwm-. playing: ff-'xml ,.n 1'unrlnxllvl1f:1l fxmllrzlll, but th.-. km-xv Hwy hm! nl I4-:wif u, IL'-ml an Lv-un nu '1'uvh: mul lhry ws-ru ln-ul. cm 1-uffirihlinfg' mul nulpulninfg ..,....... .... ,... ......,.. ..., E2 .... R .9 .L L A WEGMECFW-F5 ROSENFELD Tsmzs TWELVE Ymms FROM 11-nz BuLLnoc I , I I ' 'I I 1 : , Z ' : at 45- ,aCo7,5,3ff-oJ'0, ,an--4.4.1 .Awf14fwd - 408 v .......... .... .... ....1.... .... S2 .... .... .... 5: .,........ tw Clupiainrg GRANT c.n.us Season's Satellites "lied" M1-Mlllan defeated the Tilrxnlmrlnun League 1n'ol'essionals, li to 2, allowlng hits, lt was the second tlnn- Ala- ever beaten the Barons. Dan .lloene other stunt ln 1919. Salmon, lead-ofl? man, reached ilrst eleven consecutive thnes at hat. .lle Southern them llve lmama has pulled the "Wish" safely ln revolved four bases on halls, made six hlts, and on error one time. was sal'e "Connie" Connatser drove ln sllx runs Illlll svored two against University of 'l'0lHl0SSOL'. Alabama winning, 10 to 0. "Real" Barnes hit a home run the llrst time up ln the flrst game ol' the season. lt was U10 llrst home run made on Denny Field slnee May 10, 1022. Huey Greenj second baseman, unknowlntrly played flvo innings against Mlsslssilllli A- and M. May 2 after helnt: knocked unvonsvleus ln the flrst inning through a colllslon with Glllls, shortstop., 1Ie lneanwhlle handled three ehanues' perfectly. Season's Statistical Survey Leadlm: hitter: Propst .... ,. .422 Runner-up: Connatser .... .. .368 Total bases: Glllls... 47 Most hits: Glllls ...... 30 Most singles: Pitts ......... 21 Most doubles: Cennutser ........... 6 MOM U'fl1les: lluhert, Cohen, each... fl Most home runs: Glllls ........... 2 Most saurltlces: Gillis .... 5 Most stolen bases: Gillis ....... .... .... 9 Most runs responsible for: Cennatser... 27 Most bases on balls: Salmon .............. 18 Most tlmes at bat: Gillis, Cohen,eaeh... 83 Most games won: Tulmhs .................. G Highest pitching percentage: Cunnlngham.1.000 A clmmplonshlp percentage without a tltle was Alaha1na's 1924 lmsehall season. The Mis- slsslppl A. and M. series, two defeats in three LIll.l'IlU!-1, was the only conference series during the year. Among twenty-two collegiate von- tests, fifteen were vlear victories, one a tle, and the other slx defeats. This pereentutw of .727 stands out as one of the highest in the South for the season. The svhedule, beginning early, on Mnrvh 17, held eight victories, one over the Birmingham Barons, before a defeat was suf- fered. ilmanagvmmt cu1DoN BAIRD 409 ......... .... ..,...... .... .... .... .... 53 .......... 410 ......... .... .... ......... .... E2 .... ER .... .... .... 53 ........,. V Y 4 ' - l 4.11 V GMDQME: 1 ' 1 4 , ,, , l , L L A mmm 4.12 A f1 rsi'1!g:ff"'-' 1 ' I ......,.. .... .... ....,.... ..., E2 HOLLA WUGMUGWJ 1924 Varsity Baseball 'Record I 1 1 3 S I 1 i 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 University, Ala.-March I7 . . . Alabama . . . 4, University, Ala.-March 18 .... Alabama . . . I2 University, Ala.-March 29 .... Alabama . . . 6 University, Ala.-April 2 . . Alabama . . . I2 University, Ala.--April 3 . . Alilbamil - . . 7 University, Ala.-April 4 . . Alabama . . . xo University, Ala.-April 5 . . Alilbilmil - - . 3 University, Ala.--April 6 . .. Alabama . . . 5 University, Ala.-April 7 . . Alabama . . . 14, Macon, Ga.-April II . . Alabama . . . 4 Macon, Ga.-April I2 . , Alabama . . . 4 Athens, Ga.-April 13 . . Alllbfllllil . . - 8 Athens, Ga.-April I4 . . Alabama . . . 2 University, Ala.--April 25 . . . . Alabama . . . 9 Montgomery, Ala.-April 26 . . . Alabama . . . 8 Starkville, Miss.-April 30 . . . . Alabama . . . 5 University, Ala.-May 1 . . Alabama . . . 6 University, Ala.-May 2 . . Alabama . . . 1 Atlanta, Ga.-May 8 . , . Alabama . . . 7 Atlanta, Ga.-May 9 . . , Alabama . . . 1 Atlanta, Ga.-May IO . . . Alabama . . . 8 University, Ala.--May I9 . . Alabama . . . 6 University, Ala.-May 20 . . Alabama . . . 5 Totals . . .... . Alabama . . 141 413 Ohio State ..... U0 lnnln1.:'sJ Ohio State ..... Birmingham Barons . Furman. . . . . . Furman ..... Tennessee . Tennessee . . . Howard College . . Howard College . . Mercer University . . Mercer University . . University of Georgia . University of Georgia . Vanderbilt . . . . , Vanderbilt ..... Miss. A. Sz M.. . Miss. A. Sc M. . . Miss. A. SL M. . Oglethorpe . . Oglethorpe . . . Georgia Tech . . North Carolina . North Carolina . Opponents . . A Hr-A X f in v ls.Hf.f ,W .41 E -w i -,. - , - ---- A -V -2. "1,.,. f':-i , 1-, .3 -,-,M - E ----' .Y a.. as., 4' ,I .. ......... .... .... .....,. Q .... 9 R 0 L L A WDGMDGMD 4 414 15 .......,.. .... .... ....1.... .... E2 .... .... ..,. if .......... Varsity Basketball, 1925 Three veterans of ,Alabama's most successful cage campaigns completed their careers last win- ter in the Crimson's fourth great year of basketball. The season netted fifteen victories in nineteen games played, a splendid record, although eliminated in the first round of the Conference Tou1'nament. Handicapped at the season's start by the incapaci- tation of Captain Carter, who had been a full fifty per cent of the previous year's team, the Crimsons reformed their outfit into a very good team. Team- work predominated, and the development of Propst into a high scorer marked the rise of a great quintet. Cohen grew in ability until he was a giant in floor work, and Stabler counted points as he never has before. Hudson was again the stalwart, ever-warding guard which makes him among the South's very best, and lVIcClintock rounded out a very effective guard. Gillis b1'oke into the three-letter ranks as a . good guard, and Young completed the eight in his i first varsity year trial. Carter played both center Cwmm usumn CMM A and forward well- in a reserve role. The team began slowly, with Propst, McClintock, Hudson, and Cohen new to the game after football. After the holidays, p1'actice perfected the outfit, and it began to function. Mississippi College, with a great team, inflicted local injury, but a second night brought triumph home to the Capstone. Two games with Tulane in New Or- leans were lost, and lVIaryland upset the dope in the tournament. Strong teams beaten by the Crimsons included the Kentucky, Nlississippi A. R M., Tennessee, Vanderbilt, B. A. C., lVIississippi College, and Birmingham-Southern outfits. Prospects for next year hinge mostly on the development of the freshman material, with Ben Hudson, Cohen, Gillis, Young, and- lVIcClintock for a nucleus. , 415 W- - --'- - ...: -:g ,ffl li "i' ,' ,.-",,'1-' "Z, is a A J --JL -..3.f'- 4 -L ......... .... .... ......... ,... E2 .... S2 .... .... .......... CAPTAIN LEONARD M. CARTER, Cenzer Twice captain in Alabama's greatest period of basketball history is but rhetorical recognition of what Carter has meant to the cage game here. He brought it to its present ascendancy through his great individual prowess, and thus establishing a custom, the Capstone has become a cage center to which stars flock and from which star teams are developed. The one big man in Alabama basketball has been this man Carter, who came here a crude, rather gawky country boy at the age of nineteen. A combination of the man making a college fathletical- ly speakingj and the college returning the favor. Among Slim's recognitions was a unanimous selec- tion for all-conference center in 1924. ERNEST VERNON STABLER, Forward Seventeen years is a tender age for a youth, and usually an unsettled period for him, but Stabler, coming here at that time, true to his name was very stable, and for four years played consistently out- standing basketball on consistently scintillating teams. Teamed with Carter, Stabler was the second force in the rise of Alabama basketball. Coming here a highly touted prep star, this man came through. The reason for this rarity among athletes is found in his spirit, physique, and heart, all of which he put into every gameg the proof of it is that he was Alabama's highest scorer for his four years, and that of the Conference Tournament for two years. RALPH CLYIJE PROPST, Center To become a good man in everything, one must necessarily be a good man. Propst proved himself probably the most outstanding athlete Alabama has ever had in this respect. He starred in football ftwice All-Southernj led the team in baseball bat- ting, and became a real player in basketball. His wonderful body, a real fighting spirit, and what coaches call "an athletic head," made Shorty for three years one of the greatest athletes that the Capstone has ever looked upon. ' BEN A. HUDSON, Guard Sometimes "Huddy," like Horatius, was called upon to keep the goal alone, and it was then that he showed his greater-than-ordinariness. Ever alert, ever present, and ever threatening, Hudson stood out as probably the best back guard Alabama has ever produced. During the recent season he became a long shot expert, making the first point of the sea- son from near mid-court. . All this basketball ability, combined with a fight which has never ceased to assert itself, makes Hud- son a remarkably good man in a most difficult posi- tion on the court. 4.16 sm V1 I " ......... .... .... ....,.... .... 9 ROL!-A WUGMDGMQ ANDREW X. COHEN, Forward The Texas Jack Rabbit this year sprang out of the reserve patch into the most spectacular local player of the season. His long overhead shots and dizzy- ing speed were significant events in every game he played. The sight of Cohen vs. Reese and Reese vs. Cohen was the choice individual spectacle of the local season. Another year and this Irishman will be a three-letter man and a real star in each sport. PAUL GRAHAM MCCLINTOCK, Guard A veteran bird of three years caging, and yet a fourth to come. By trick of circumstance and water on the knee, "Mac" was unable to play in 1922, and is therefore eligible for one more year of work. As a running guard he combines all the requisites of a good basketball player, and at heart he has the manner of a man and a star. A player with greater tenacity, cool-headedness, and willing- ness to perform invariably without complaint, has not been seen on the local court. GRANT GILI.IS,, Guard Not content with letters in football and baseball, being an All-Southern man in both, "Gillie" asked for a jersey and short trousers in December. Very new to local eyes, he became a customary and glad- some sight when a gradual development from a timid shot but excellent floor man into a fearless shooter and swift passer made him take rank as a basketball player to almost the degree that he pre- dominates in the other big league college sports. Another year for Grant, and then one of the greater all-round stars passes out of sight. ROBERT YOUNG. Forward Left-handedness was no disadvantage for this lithe youngster, who made a letter in his first year of varsity trial. Very slender and very fast, Young has greater prospect than past, and with two years com- petition left, there will be more of him seen on the Capstone court. Lewis BERNARD HAYGOOIJ, Manager W To crown his four years of accumulating honors, "Sl1inny" decided to annex an NA." In doing so he has given to the team that honored him a management that is unsurpassed by that of any other manager. Always reliable and forever wearing that cherubic grin, this boy "Shinny" has smiled his way along into the' hearts of all Alabama men and --yes, the others, too. A R 417 9 -lii-u T7 ,- , , w,,.. , -. ,,,, , -,-W, A .... .... 99. .... .... fl .......... 1925 Varsity Basketball Recorcl 1 7 1 1 1 D Alzilmzuna . . 34' Baylor University . . Alnlmina . . 34,5 Birmingliznn-Sontliern . . Alalmmn . . 17, Mississippi College . . Alallmma . . 335 Mississippi College . . . Alnlmmn . . 31' liirmingliznn-Sontliern . . Alzlhznnn . 295 liirmingliznn Athletic Clnlm Alzilmmu . 25' Loyola University . . . Alill51llHZl . . 295 Tulane . . . . . Alabama . . 21' Tulane . . . . . Alalmmzi . . 365 Molmile Y. M. C. A. . Alzilmrnn . . 36' Mississippi A. Zlllll M. . Algihxnnn . . 245 Kentucky ..... . Alabznna . . 29 5 Vumlerbilt ..... . Alalmrnn . . 365 liirminglmznn Athletic Cluh Alalmrna . . 335 Mississippi A. and M. . Alnhznnxi . . 29' University of Cll!lflfIlll00g'Zl Alalmma . . 31, Maryville Collcgc . . . Alalmrnzl . . 265 University of Tennessee . Alulmlna . . 215 University of Maryland . Alnlmma . . 5545 Opponents . o 418 E hmmm , 7. --l GWWDGWWJGN THE COROLLA WGWWCFW IlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIllIIIIllllIIIllllIlIlIIIlIIIllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllIIIIIIIllllIIIIlllIIIIIlIIIIIIllIIIIlIlllllIIIIIIIllllllllIIlIlllllllllIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Track and Cross-Country Although confined mostly to local surroundings, the 1924. track season was a record-making one. The dual meet with Bll'1lllllgllillll-SOLltllC1'l1 resulted 56 to 28 in favor of the Cri1n- sons and a good, though losing, showing was made against Tulane in New Orleans. . Outstanding events were the breaking of local records. Hussey broke the broad jump mark by six inches in the Tulane 1neet. Strassburger pitched the shot two feet farther than ever before. Hussey also tied the local mark for the 100-yard dash, and Smith pushed Iron's record in the three-mile run. Cottle, who set a new 880 mark the previous year, was selected captain for 1925, but he did not return to school. Several star individuals were not able to complete their careers. Cottle, as mentioned above, passed up a captaincy. He was one of the most brilliant runners in the University's history. Ralls Coston set the S. A. A. U. mile record in At- lanta in 1923, and was forced to retire with heart trouble. George Irons, the South's premier distance runner, was forced out in the last month of his last year with a like incumbrance. Compton did not complete his last year, and Strassburger, a great prospect, did not return after his freshman year. C'l"'u'n BO" C"""'m'1 Bob Hussey took the imiiviriual 110.101-S in the Class Field Day, with Grayson just two points behind. The' sophomores won top honors, with the juniors closely pursuing. The cross-country season of 1924 was abbreviated, but fruitful. Birmingham- Southern was beaten on University Avenue, 18 to 37. Smith won first, and Wilson, of the visitors, won second. The time was very good for the distance. Alabama ran fourth Conference team in the B. A. C. annual road race, with Luny Smith taking first individual. He beat all competitors to the mark by 200 yards. In the spring of 1925 track began to take on new life at the Capstone. Coach Crisp assumed active control and arranged a relay team, both varsity and freshman, to com- pete in the Tech relays. Results of this trial have not been received at this writing. A number of interested aspirants are turning out daily for the team, and it is prob- able, yvith increasing interest, thatupower in track will be developed in a very few years. 419 - 1 111' W 17 '-' , is 1 .......... .... .... ,...1.... .... S22 .... E2 .... .... .,.. :fl ....... Q Track ROBERT H UssEv, Dashes Straight from the Southern Memphi, this Tennes- sean could run from here to Overton Park and heat the Dixie Flyer if given an even start. V He broke the broad jump record by eight inches, and took numerous places in meets in his first track year. BILL BUCKLER, Weights A man who, despite his phonetic nomenclature, does not buck the lines, and is heavy at the weights, as well as in weight. He can toss shots, the man- propellant kind, and throw the discus with a prac- ticed swing which he learned in the U. of A. "bull pen" in his freshman year. JESSE WALDING, Hurdles This fellow brought the "shorty" Waldings to the Capstone, and there are now three which the casual observer cannot differentia,te. A strong heart, stal- wart pedestals, and a stern determination, have made him a man of ability on the hurdles. PORTER POWELL, Distance When a young man of heart puts it into anything, there is usually a hearty effect. Porter began with no more than a determination, and in his second year has become a distance runner of potential first places. 420 ' , ,,i,., i4'li"' ' . , ' ' ,, 4 ,',,v',,f-,f"fff--ef- - ' xwvl tll-'5lll!f2f+ S .....,... .... .... ......... .... E2 .... .... .... 15 Track BLAINE COONER, Distance This commercial genius can work accounting problems in his head and win second place in a three-mile run at the same time. Such ability will merit recognition in the world as it has an "A" at the Capstone. Dean Bidgood and Hank Crisp will part with him on May 26th. PAUL THOMPSON, Distance Although unused to posing for photographers, Paul goes through individual practice paces every afternoon, which made him look good as a pros- pect. One of the younger generation who aspires to take longer strides than the old one. ARTHUR L. LILLEY, Distance The "Count" analyzed the situation from Dr. Bauder's lecture room and saw a need for track- men. I-Ie has joined the ranks each fall for years, and his long legs place him near the tape when it is broken in the three-mile gallop. LUNY SMITH, Distance After astonishing the multitude with a fourth place running unattached in his freshman year, Luny took off the top honors in the B. A. C. Road Race last December. His ability in the runs from one to three miles has seemed to speed him through college, for he completes his academic work next june. v TOM BYRUM, Maizager' A track manager, with his familiarity with Charley horses, strained tendons, and stretched vertebrae, has undergone a practical course in pathology. It is thought that Tom will take up Red Cross work or medicine after track season is over. Whatever it is, he will make good if he is half as eflicient as he has been in track. 421 "J 'X ya targus ..... . . V 35,3 . l..n it ' :Lf-L GMZWWQGN .... .... ......,.. .... ER .... E2 .,........ Southern Freshman Football Champions Ring' Up Another Onel Championships, unlike Shakespeare, bear repetition, and there is no one so good at the memory work as William T. van de Graaff, two-time coach of Alabama's twice Southern Conference championship freshmen. Taking the ordinary football freshmen and making them ex- traordinarily eliicient and super-abundantly spirited is "Bully's', process of construction. Not a weak girder has been found for two years, which seasons aggregated nine victories and one tie with outstanding opponents. The 1924 season began with lVIarion, and her defeat repeated that of the previous year, 26 to 0. An offer of transportation took the junior Crimson to meet the Tulane "Greenbacks," who proved more wealthy in name than in ability. Nine points was the Crim- son total, which goes partly to represent the superiority of the primary color in the game. H Mississippi A. and M.'s Rats, who tied the Crimsons the pre- vious season in Starkville, yielded seven points to the Van de Graaff machine in the first five minutes on Denny Field. Recalcitrant gears slowed up the works until sixty minutes' competition ended with the first margin 7 to 0 for Alabama. Vanderbilt brought her mmf-ii "Bully" stalwart Rats again, but most of her work was done by a midget named Spears. Superior all-round play predominated, and, there- fore, the local youngsters led throughout, finally emerging victorious, 21 to 13. To finish the season, the University of Chattanooga freshmen, victors over the Se- wanee and other first-year teams, were taken on in a mud battle near Lookout Moun- tain. The Chattanooga Rats were forever with their backs to the wall, losing in every quarter until the final local total was 27 to O. The usual preliminary games with the varsity second string and reserve teams were played, and in both instances the timidity of the Rats lost to the boldness of the veteran grasscutters. A roster of the squad included: Captain "Chick" Hamner, quarterbackg Jack Williamson and Jim Smith, centers, Bob Gillespie, jim McDonald, and Rowe, guards, Leslie Payne, jim Bowdoin, and Cooke, tackles, Ray Pepper, Art Mershon, and "Bodie" Fiddler, endsg "Red" Brown, I-larry Holder, and Earle Hancock, halfbacksg Melvin Vines and "Bull" Wesley, fullbacks. The freshman play is by no means a criterion of a person's probability of making the varsity squad. But several men have appeared, by their physical abilities and foot- ball sense, to have more than the ordinary prospect for an "A" in seasons to come. Among the promising lot for next fall are Hamner, Brown, Vines, Payne, McDonald, Gillespie, Smith, and Williamson. With Coach "Bully" back for his last year in 1926, there is every prospect for another championship with this all-Southern freshman coach as a nucleus. Y Vun do GrnnlT 422 ...v f ful, '.- ......... ,... ....1.... .... S2 ,... li .... El .... .... ..W.. Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Rats Rats Rats Rats Rats Rats No'1' A Toucunowx NVENT Tmzoucu Timm ' F1'6ShI'I'13,I'l RCC01'd . 27g Marion Institute . . . QQ Tulane Rats ...... . . 21 3 Vanderbilt Rats ..... . . 71 Mississippi A. and M. Rats. . . 27g University of Chattanooga Rats . . 91: Opponents ...... . BuL1.Y's Bova . 423 ' X s z P J: ,,l T ': E " - ' mira .gb , , 'Timo-N P 4' 1 L an va - I A Cav' 4. V 1 X-fx- nn! ' A PAYNEfu1 posit mn H The mighty SMITH ---- ' . Q , , -v, U .-1 - captain Hmmm A A "returnin5 WAN- . CO0King his 50086 ' I PEPPER y:unts.-- - , 4. . ,' : - 'P 'llaobonald on guard I ' . - ' l 9 l . 1 !l:'f13'f!-'El' HoLn1m1r.g eypxlrlf FIDLERif11l e. pass . gzghi 'A ' 1 nmsuow' 9 ana iii' - 42+ .+..1i,, ., L uf-- ......... .... .... ......... .... .,.. .......... 41 4 l I T H E C QRS? ..,. .... .... fl .......... Freshman Baseball The Class of '27 in baseball enjoyed a tremendous season last year. Such a terrific batting season that one must search the records of old-style baseball for a comparison. ' Losing two games was the only possible drawback in the season, which held thirteen victories. That the two games came in a three-game series, the only one yet lost by an Alabama freshman baseball team, makes the defeats the more hurtful. But discounting the two triumphs of Troy, the "Rats" are human bats in their hitting. ' 73 One needs only to remember the famous splurge of swat which accompanied the Mississippi trip. The outstanding feat in Southern baseball for the year was that record of fifty-two hits and fifty-two runs e scored in two games in that number of days. That as . ,..- - ,A .Y C, I . thirty-six runs were scored in the two following games is merely interesting when contrasted with the other feat. . ' , .. ,L ., his VAN DIifiRAAl"l-', Coarh From the season's record, presented elsewhere, it is easily seen that the 1924 Rats were a hitting team. But the pitchers could produce when necessary, and the opponents' total score for the season would have been much less had there been any call for tight pitching. Mississippi A. and M. Rats were the easiest victims, coming four times in the year. Tupelo Military Academy, another Mississippi nine, furnished the above quoted record-breaking batting barrage. Tuscaloosa High fell twice and Marion furnished two fair games, with Holt High, Sidney Lanier, and Troy Normal completing the list. The Poets, of Montgomery, put up a very close game, ro to 8- One of the individual feats of the batting year was Frank Chambers' two hits in one inning against Tupelo Academy. Verdo lilmore, assistant coach, who was allowed to play, also made two in one-ninth of the game. The team in this inning scored ten runs after two batsmen had been retired. Hutto, left-handed pitcher, struck out fifteen opponents to furnish further excitement. Long's heavy and consistent hitting was the outstanding.batting feature of the season. Chester Caldwell, one of the strongest prospects, suffered a broken leg in early season. His place at second was filled by Moore. , The men who composed the Freshman Varsity were: Catchers, Chambers and Goldsteing pitchers, llutto, Long, Lewis, and O'lirieng infielders, Chadwick, Kendig, Moore, Chaney, and Kaminskyg outfieldcrs, Rosenfeld, Caldwell, and Long. Summing up the most likely prospects: Chambers is a coming catcher in all respects. All four pitchers are likely, the two left-handers, in O'l3rien and llutto, promising Alabama a port- sider after two years without one. Chester Caldwell is an experienced second baseman. Kamin- sky may fill the bill at third or short. Rosenfeld and llershel Caldwell will reinforce the outfield with needed fielding and batting form. Long can swing a heavy bat which may crash fences in Southern college baseball. 426 .....,... .... .... . ..,..,.. ..., S2 ...RER .. . ... L LA mamma The SSGSOII "Alabama Rats . 85 Tuscaloosa High . . Alabama Rats . 95 Marion Institute . . Alabama Rats . 55 Marion Institute . . . . . Alabama Rats . QQ Tuscaloosa Iligb .... Alabama Rats . IS, Mississippi A. anal M. Rats Alabama Rats . 55 Mississippi A. anal M. Rats Alabama Rats . 135 1-Iolt High ....... Alabama Rats . 55 Troy Normal . Alabama Rats . 05 Troy Normal . Alabama Rats . 35 Troy Normal . Alabama Rats . 105 Sidney Lanier ..... Alabama Rats . 291 Tupelo Military Academy . WAlabama Rats 21, Tupelo Military Academy . Alabama Rats 225 Mississippi A. and M. Rats Alabama Rats . 145 Mississippi A. and M. Rats Alabama Rats, Total ..... 1685 Opponents, Total . Games playetl, IS, won by Alabama, 135 lost by Alabama, 2. Average runs scored per game: Alabama Rats, II.20Q opponents, 3.40. "Seven innings. 42 7 i2N GWWGWWCZW T H E, Illliillll Freshman Basketball 1925 Rrzcoao Alabama Rats . 21, Mignon Mills . . Alabama Rats . 29, Simpson Tech . . Alabama Rats I. 20: Tuscaloosa High . Alabama Rats . 3lQ Sidney Lanier . . . Alabama Rats . 37: Butler County High . . Alabama Rats . 205 Tuscaloosa High . . . . Alabama Rats . 22, Mississippi A. a11d M. Rats Alabama Rats . 342 Mississippi A. and M. Rats Alabama Rats . 35, Tuscaloosa High . . . . Alabama Rats . 25, Sidney Lanier . . Alabama Rags . 163 Greenville High . . Alabama Rats . . . .2901 Opponents . . . .241 Alabama's third Rat basketball team stands a better chance of being an Alabama varsity than any of its predecessors. With veterans of many years leaving and some out- standing prospects i11 the freshman fold, there is every hope that the llaming torch of good basketball held so high here for the past four years will continue to blazon forth a Capstone leader. Playing somewhat casually and inconsistently, the Rats were not as good as they might have been. There has always appeared some unused potential strength, which will probably come out with the strenuous and strict diet in practice and schedule of a varsity machine. Vincent, Vines, Pepper, Pugh, Little, and Brunson were all outstanding high school players i11 Alabama, and with a year ofitheir high school stardom removed, the gilt of prep days will be covered with a more standardized plating of college style. Patton, twice all-Southern prep, was a Georgia leader. These men, with probably some others who have ability as yet unexercised to the zenith, will give Alabama good basketball in years to come. An interesting feature of the season was the Tuscaloosa series, two games of which the Crimsons easily won, and one, in likewise manner, lost. 428 1 1 2' g ang: 6 5-'I-1 i A .. esgirg 1 , .1:-ai!! f . E l ,4' ' su. ......... .... .... .......... .... E2 .... E .... ER .......... FILES CRENSHAW JACK Ciusnsnaw GLEN CRISMAN Boom' BAUG11 Champ! Champ! Champ! A succession of cl1ampio11s. A team of champions. Never has one Southern institution dominated any one sport such as the University has Southern intercol- legiate golf in the first two seasons of the Capstone golf team. Tributes to competence are shown in cups, medals, and markers, with titles noted thereo11. The varsity team of four won everything available in the Southern intercollegiate golf tournament in Atlanta last spring, 'and then Frank Blackford, a fifth man, won the second fiight championship. Alabama began her supremacy when Jack Crenshaw won the individual championship in 1923. Files was in the final four, losing to his brother in the semi-final match. Files succeeded to the throne one year later, when consistently brilliant work gave him the title in Atlanta, 1924. l Aside from the individual championship, Alabama took the team trophy with a full twenty- point margin over Georgia, the nearest competitor. Bobby Baugh took off the! low medal score with seventy-six strokes on the very difiicult East Lake course in the Cracker City. The team was composed of four men who have dominated State golf in Alabama for several years. Two State champions, two Southern college champions, and a Birmingham city champion are included in the foursome. Files Crenshaw and jack departed in the graduation exercises in 1924, but Bobby Baugh and Glenn Crisman are remaining two more years. Before the 1924 champions separated, every effort was made to get a match with the star Yale University four, but for various reasons the attempt failed. Local followers were confident that Alabama's team could find no superior in the collegiate ranks of the nation. Realizing the magnitude of golf's' achievement here, the "A" Club awarded all members of the championship team letters, and they were duly initiated into the organization, this marking the recognition of a fifth sport at the Capstone. 429 'few O R O L L WDWWHGWWL5 IIIIllIIIIIIIIllllllllllllIIIIIllmlIII'IIIIIIIllllllllllwllllKIIIIIIlllIIlllllllllllIIllIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIIII - v ,. v . .qw ,..,., .,,x..,, , ,ft 454 ' ':':'v. W. f- f ,' "v-n.31mc,., , . , .V . f.'ffy.ri!f ' Gulf' '-1 . WM, a -'z . w-,.- :. .sl--,ry 451'-' W. iff" e,,ym32.., .--3-H .-1, . g -vdgffii . P911-1. n - ,'. , , H. . vJLL ,J 1 .x.., , . .J . -,my Nw fr , A 1. -- M,uhvw-5fHm.:..'- , ,,,.,,4a.,.,, Q., -'T-vwwwrahh-21n.f " V, 4g,M-j:- 'N1'-7' '4.'ivu.,J-qv.. " 4+-yn.. , f 563 rf 1.45. 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The Co-Ed "A" Club Founded in 1921 for all cn-eds who have made their letters in bzlsketbnll FOUNDERS GLADYS CLAYTON CONCIIITA IYIAMMET I.oulsE MCCOLLUM GLADYS GREEK MARY MAUD Ll'I"l'LE RUTH STREET OFFICERS KATHERINE NUCKOLS . . . . . ...... . Pu-.ridmt MARY RonER'1'soN. . . . Sf-rn-lary-Treasun-r MEMBERS Class of 1925 VIRGINIA DONOVAN MARY BRINSKELLE Q Class of 1926 MARY ROBERTSON EDNA GRAY BORDEN QIERTRUDE CLAPP KA'I'IIlERINli NucKoLs rFOWNSlZND rfAYLOR Class of 1927 LILLIAN LUSK f I 431 . ' - W """ ,, , ,J gui'-."" ' ........, ..., ,.,. ......... .... 5:2 .... .... .... fi ......,... I, 1 ! 1 , ffnptuln Vlrglnln. Ilonuvnn Co-Ed Basketball Alabama's co-eds, in their Hrst season of five-woman bas- ketball, found it rather hard to adapt themselves. This fact, combined with that of the development of several extremely strong girls' fives in the State, contributed to a rather unsuc- cessful season from the standpoint of scores. The season, however, did unearth several excellent pros- pects which should bring the Crimsonettes some victories in coming seasons. Katherine Nuekols was, for the third year, a forward of effectiveness, and Mary Brinskelle showed extraordinary ability in several games. Captain Virginia Donovan, who lost her side center position when the rules Were changed, did very well at either forward or guard, until sickness weakened her. This loss was a direct blow at the team, which she buoyed up to a high plane through a natural spirit and ability. Mary Robertson and Gertrude Clapp were regulars at the guards, and proved usually effective. Both have one more year to serve. Edna Gray Borden gained her letter as a guard by playing in practically every game. Townsend Taylor was a new find at center, and through her splendid build and shooting ability, she should make an excellent player in her three remaining years. A Lillian Lusk was the eighth girl to receive her letter, play- ing a reserve forward well. Excellent reserve strength gives added prospects for coming seasons. Among the guards, Archer, from Morgaii School, entering at mid-term, is likely, and Rubye lVIur- phree does well at forward. Erin Reardon has excellent possibilities as a center or forward. Alabama Co-Eds . Alabama Co-Eds . Alabama Co-Eds . Alabama Co-Eds . Alabama Co-Eds Bll'!T1llH.,l1'lITl qouthern Co cs llou lrd C0 Fc s VVom1n s College Woman s College Opponents 4-32 fl 'r I QV 1925 Co-Ep Basxnrlmm, Rncoan ......i5g "'. -. ,-El.'...15 . 16g ': , - als ...... . 21 - 91 . '.' . . . 22 - . 122 . '. , . . . 18 - - 52: .- . . 76 "iv ......... .... ..,. ......... .... E2 .... EE .... E2 .... .... .... ff: .......... co-ea Basfkefball CAPTAIN VIRGINIA DONOVAN A distinct loss to the Ranch and the Gym- nasium is suffered when this Miss is handed her A.B. on May 26th. ' For personality on the basketball floor and spirit throughout the season, she has no peeress and few real com- petitors. KATHERINE NUcKoLs "Slide Kelly Slide". has given place to "Glide Cowboy Glide." With unhesitating courage and extraordinary ability, Katherine makes good plays come easy, and has just fin- ished leading the team's offensive for her third straight year here. ' MARY BRINSKELLE From Birmingham-Southern last fall she again was with us this year. Peculiarly quiet and alike effective, she was admired both for her play and her 'manner of playing it. LILIAN Lusk "Googin" broke into the Co-Ed "A" Club with a letter for forward duty. She has swift- ness and accuracy, and with experience will be a regular starter, who rarely needs relief. ' , 433 ..,, lm .-- s - ?,,...:,4x i. ,tv-A ,E , Pls- -, -,TLA .,,,..., ,, ,,,,,,,, W, 15 ' E A GMDGWWJGR T H E C O R .... ER ..., .......... Co-ed Basketball TOWNSENIJ TAYLOR - V A center who does not need to jump and a forward who needs only to throw the ball. This outstanding type of girl made a splen- did freshman player, and promises to exceed this achievement in coming season of advanc- ing play. GERTRUIJE CLAP1' Coming through after years of reserve play, Gertrude was one of the most consistent play- ers. iAltl1OLlgl1 rather light for heavy'duty, she held opposing forwards from the sure scoring positions. MARY ROBERTSON Human zeal is exemplified in this person. Her conscientiousness is applied to basketball and makes her outstanding with her splendid spirit and great courage, whatever the score and whatever the prospect. EDNA GIRAY BORDIEN "Gray" has graduated from the ranks of those who look on to those who participate. After two years of "scrubbing" she became a potential regular and was called upon to demonstrate that power on numerous occasions. 434- L N - - 'ii E 'G .Cul .Ill o-nov nfil 1 'UUCII --v'- -"-l in on o.--. ...lin Qgon- Q... ...-.. ..... --c. Jamuygayxammev I Q if P Q ' :SSEi2iffjEfg25gig555:jj4ii.': Q 9 Q Lg ..... .... ..... .... N . .............. .. ........... .... . .. .fs Q l I z .ff Wm , ' " . 'N . I rf! ' 0,0 . x + ,... .....,...,,,., ...,,.,.,,....... f , .. ... ,..,, . ,,,,,,, X " THE COROLLA WDWWDGWWI5 ,...........................................,..........,.......................................................................,.....................,.............................. NOTICE The COROLLA desires to announce that Messrs. Hubert, Whitaker, and Buckler have been retained as counsel, and that ALL objections to this annual be placed with these gentlemen. The funeral parlors and flower shops of Tuscaloosa wish to an- nounce, in collaboration with the above, that they are giving cut-rate prices to the objectors, and earnestly solicit their patronage. n Q . Q W ,N ggi., Dnddy's I-lend Looks Llke Bnhy'H, Behind lOh, Mr. Prlnter, you loft out "l'rom"J 4-35 TIE r: - j 5 X cm THE CQROLLA WDQWWDQWWD m,m,mm ...................--.--------- q ---:---1--1--lI-------vI-1 lU'!UM'J!U. ',', 5 !'l'!U!UU!lUWEllM!F!,'!!!,'!!'l """."" EMELWFF "" !'.WFl!!'!TFl'U!!'IFHUHPTU' 'Q' , 11.211118 X il-, 'if 55317 ' Agra., Y' . 4 , 4,49 ,4 Jgxffff-vdfx -. Qniotwgs 'ra U TEXAS CACTU8. -LL, -fa 251, cm- Ilgelta ,g 'Q appa Epsilon We are the oldest lodge on the campus, and admit that age has wrought the same improvement on us as it does on an egg. We always take the sons of Uekes, provided their fathers have made a million dollars. llaldly, we take anyone whose father has made a million dollars. We have the happy faculty, year in and year out, of taking good freshmen and making Dukes out of them. VVe failed to Deke-ify Haas and Stubbs-We're sorry-but other people ask them to parties, and that's all any man wants. We take town boys, too-have you met Tunce? H P111 Gamma ii Delta l Q9 We're temperamental, we are. We can't bear to think how many vandals desecrate the fair name of Alabama. The S. A. E.'s are about to beat our time with Miss Nlary, but she still wears OUR pin. We keep in athletic trim by playing "last man in is a rotten egg" when the dinner bell rings. We have five Sunday school medals and Charles Soule. Ah, Soulel We got a cup for being the best chapter of Phi Gam. If it has come to this, the funeral of Phi Gam will be held on the banks of the Warrior river this May. 433 ....1.... .... .... .......... .... .... ..,. ..,. .... .......... 1 f Eps1lon fs-2 "'., XVe are just another example of the evils of higher education. WC,l'C pretty "good old boys," but being the mother ehapter, people expect more of us than we really ever will have. "Sunshine" Weiss, on the theory that "A Smile Will G0 a Long, Long Way," keeps Springtime in the hearts of all the iillies. What we ean't under- stand is why everyone gets our freshmen. We need some novel invention, a sort of ball-and-chain affair, which will make pledge buttons stay put. ' ' L it Piappa -LSE B E v salsa H4 fmffQ55f The original Kappa Sig fraternity was founded at the University of Bologna in 1400, and as a result we are all "hams." We can't keep enough men in the chapter to run the house, for the Dean's automatic runs 'em all away. We're not in school to learn from books, but to gain worldly experience from wine, women, and cards. Mzlck Brown and Spark-plug Hinton keep us just within the pale of obscurity on the cam- pus. NOW, Sparky has ,become a professor at lvlarion. Holman is our next bet. 439 ...,...... .... .... ....1.. .. .... E2 .... ER .... .... .... 53 .......... S4 Q 1gma We are assembled from every nook and cranny of this broad state, mainly from the great open spaces where men are men, and if you don't believe it, just come down and watch us eat sometime. But we don't depend entirely on what we can manage to rake up during rushing season, for we can always take in worthwhile seniors, as, for example, the Carmichaels. We are accused of having a large chapter, and therein lies the secret of our success, for every one of us carries home a pledge button during the holidays. Yes, Scott will be back for a while next year. . W, Sweethearts ut' Sigma Chl We'vc got a brand new house, a big blue dragon, and the Caldwells. Otherwise, our assets are hardly discernible. As for liabilities-well, we don't like to talk about that-but we've got 32 men in the chapter. He may not amount to much here, but he rates high in Mississippi. John C. just missed making his letter in golf, but he has made every other team picked in the last two years-in fact, he makes a letter every dance he goes to. Like a cabinet within a cabinet, we have a club within OUR club- the Automatic Club. Having the Dean on our side and Thigpen as president, we have the long jump on all competitors. P. S.: As our house isn't quite finished, we are showing, instead, two of the girls. "Such popularity must be deserved." 440 t '- .......... .,.. .... .......... .... E2 .... E2 .... 5 .... ii .......... E C O R 9.5 .... .......... N a Phi MQ Delta 624, Theta A Why do we come to school, anyway, when we know so much already? Aren't our freshmen the most blase on the campus? Haven't we the ne-savoir-pas-faire? Didn't we elect Burt president of the student body? Almost elect Gibson president of Skulls? Haven't we got Reggie? Don't the girls love every one of us? Don't we get the very best men from Blllillll? Just to be brutally frank, aren't we just about the noblest thing that ever happened? WE think we are. sywn ra au Omega ff W Alpha T Oh! Departed ghosts of regular fellows, look what has happened. This con- glomeration of nonenities who think that the University eouldn't run without their benevolent assistance is rapidly assuming ass-like proportions. We wish that everyone would look on us as hell-raisers, but we just haven't the knack, or maybe the ability. WVe try hard, too. M We don't dabble in politics because we say that is beneath us, but the truth in the matter is that we have no friends. We have a full attendance at every social eventg that is, when WE GIVE the event. P. S.: We forgot to mention that Oliver ran Q5 yards against Tech several years ago. 442 F3 .......... .... .... ....W.... ..., .... .... P A Work in the Correspondence School Cuckie: Midget: My darling Bryant: Jack: r Chink: All through last class I thought of how nice it was of you to ask me to go to the show this afternoon. I'm so sorry, dear, but I already have a date with Uill in name of other four herej. Won't you ask me some other time? That's so sweet of you! You know, I think it is a shame that we don't have any more shows this year at the Elks. I enjoyed that last one that I saw with you so muchg did you? I wonder-- with tickets selling for 33.30 each. But, never mind, loved one, one of these days we'll be married, and I'll be starring on Broadway. Ha ha! Balfour's man was around to the house yesterday. He had some of the cutest cigarette holders, and I Wanted one so badly. But, as usual, I had already spent my month's allowance. They were so cute-you should have seen them! Frank Brom- berg was there, and he bought Annie Maude one. This salesman said he was going around to your house today Cfill in namej. There's going to be a big dance at the gym this week. I know I'll get to see you there-for YOU never miss a dance. That is, I'll see you if I go-I don't know whether I really care about going-YET! Hudson Strode is looking right at me, honey. He looks suspicious-like, but I just must finish this note to the sweetest, dearest boy in all this World. I think that of you, and YOU know, dear, I would be the last person in the world to say so if I didn't honestly and truly believe it. I cross my heart- . You asked me if I am to spend all the summer in Montgomery. Not if I can help it. Of course Cthis applies to all save Midgetj, if you promise to come see me some- time, I will be there. But it's so hot down there, and you know there's not so much for me to do. But you'll come see your precious child, won't you, dear? It's about time for the whistle to shoot. I'm so sorry I can't write longer, but please call me up tonight. I'll be home right after supper. VVith gushes of love, E. E. D. LIZZIE. . DONOVAN. ELIZABETH. Soph: "Say, for two cents, I'd lay you AFTER SHE CAUGHT HIM across my knee and take down your name Maude Muller, on a summer's day, and add,-CSS," Shook the baby's cradle gay. Co-ed: "Yes--and I suppose you'd hit You'd hardly think-not getting rough- me on my birthday, too, and break my She'd still be shaking her strutting stuff. contract." fslle did.D 'A - if 'l' I A vs we an "Why do girls dance like that ?" "Are YOU fl KHDD11 Delta?" "Well, if they don't they are left out." "No, I don't smoke in the basement." 443 Q ,...-..,, - ,I '- -- ,,, . ull " X A Adu, . , , , , . - --f--'Riff-.Q , 1' " " ef' .f -egr- llill "" w.wv..F frE:ll!, .zif 3- " T 'M' 54 ......... .... .... .....,... .... ERR .... .... E2 ,... .... .... :TE .......,.. in i Kappa o - ,1AV. r g i u,. I :La How the mighty have fallen! Itused to be our proud boast that we were among the first fifteen, but now-well, Hubert's football ability, Haigler's nonchalance, and two basketball cups snare an, unsuspecting frosh every now and then. Fighting and drinking done by Southern dipsomaniacs at cost-see our local agent, Earl Weaver. The Dean doesn't like us, but Lionel Strongfort would swell with pride--strong backs and weak minds--cheerio! ' W Kappa 'V Sigma Us wuul PAN In case you don't know who we are, we're the fraternity whose house is between the Phi and the Sigma Chi Houses. We set the styles, we do. If you don't believe it, ask McNeil, our fashion expert, and he will tell you exactly what the campus bonton will wear two years ahead of time. We have a rat who can sing and a man who can talk like Strode. We ask you like we had a friend-what more COULD we want? Come to see us sometime. We NEED prestige. . 444 15 wa asiittff - f fe 2- ' '7 " GMDGSQWQW THE CORQLLA 445 WWF-5GM9Gw T I? .,.. ......... .... E2 .... ii .... E2 .,........ M Zeta Beta Tau VVe'd like to own a house on the Row, but we spend too much money on garlic and onions. We're a greasy crew, but we are trying our best, with knickers and Caheen's Ford, to make ourselves presentable on the campus. We know we don't get bumped, but we don't bid anyone we're not sure of getting. Our motto is to have an athlete, but the best we have are athletes of the Spanish type. When we get hard up we have a big sale on pledge buttons. Pi rf' ft Kappa Phi Yeah, boys, we're still here. We're waiting for Whitaker's little brother. We lead a nice, quiet life-hermits, so to speak-over here, hiding our time and saving up for the house we are determined to build. When we do get that house, THEN we're going to rush freshmen that sure enough fraternities do. Whitaker has promised us faithfully that he is coming around and meet all the rats-when they get to be sopho- mores. Every night we offer a Brahmin prayer that the reincarnated spirit of joe, Luke, Dadgum, Marvin, or some of the other ghosts of departed lore will return in the form of a genii and have people realize that we haven't closed down. 446 A. ,,t. -. , gs? - '4 N Kg? A-L ., W "' 151,85 t -'kEi!1!,':,if-1 ' . ' t 5- ....W.... .... .... .......... .... E2 .... E2 .... .... .... 53: .......... s. ' Lambda im chi ' Alpha Su "' I vm A rw' We manage to inveigle freshmen into joining our fraternity,'and then get them drunk to make them forget their mistake. Our best friends are the chorus girls that come to the Elks. We usually give them a "party" to make the rats think we're wild. We get over big with them, because they stay just one night. Phillips is our out- standing celebrity, and that's just the trouble. VVe hereby apologize for calling our- selves a fraternity, and promise that it won't happen again. "E Pluribus Unum" is our motto. P. S.: Say, we finally pledged Tapia. GIQEELIJQ l Sigma W W if Alpha . 4 i t' 5.21 jg Mu SLN E 4153-4 We admit there's no hope for us. If we get any sadder in the next few years, we expect to quit having any, little brothers come up to school. They might go Z. B. T. or Kappa Nu. And while we're rotten through and through, we'd hate to burden those frats with our brothers. We expect to get a man worth While some clay. They say we have some good chapters somewhere, but we have yet to see them. Cohen and Rosenfeld are good athletes, but they keep us broke eating at the house. 447 , X We ' ' ' - -' 1 ev . 1' 7-1,7 - .-f, ,g.7Z'?'f'B:. -I P'!"""'. '1-',.fT"'1-4221 e es,g,.p.i4 -a:a::H!.a1- - ., .T N GWWHGWWHGW THE COROLLA 5'4I5C3.'5'fWI5fIFWI35 1lllIIIllllllllillllllllIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllIIIIlllllllllllIllIlllllllwllllllullltlIlIllIllllillllllIlIIlIIIIllIllIIIlllIllllIIIIlllIllIlIllIlllllllllllIlIllilllIIIIllIllIllIllIllllllllIlIIIIllllllllIllIllIllllllllllglllllllllllllll "x 1 'rx P' 0 u V, P111 59 NVe are the "coming" fraternity of the campus, but the further we get the further it seems. Have you seen our indoor athletes-Leonard, and the Crockett brothers- and those tea drinking, psalm singing aesthetes, Bud and Reggie? Chi Phi was good enough for Dad back home in Alex City, and, as he pays the bills, why shonldn't it be good enough for us? VVhat's the use of worrying about where our freshmen are coming from as long as the supply of cousins holds out? Yeah, We like the Uekes, 'cause they raised us. Q6'I,s ' H .8 'A 11 ' Cl.uB'- ' Kappa y af N11 x9 , X 2 984 VVe usually get what's left over by the other jewish frats, and that's what makes ns rate so little. We try to play basketball, but everyone takes extreme delight in beating us. None of our fathers own any big business, but wc'll play safe some day and 1'esign to form a local and drag in sons of big stores, so we can have some money in our chapter. Dead bones, sorry soup, and PORK is our daily dinner. FRICSHMICN: Cut-rate on initiation fees-JOIN US. 443 , as y .1,. -J 4,v1W"lv"' .......... .... .... ......... .... E .... E2 .... ,... ..,. ff: ...,...... 4-I-9 GMEGMDW T H E 9 9..li..,R...l: .... .... :il .......... ,lg i ww Pi NS f " ff X ml 'v l J Kappa. Alpha M , We are the babes in the swaddling clothes. There seemed to be an extra supply of footloose athletes, so we just thought we'd start us a little old frat all our own. Everybody congratulated us and forthwith forgot all about our very existence. We're not fooling about this fraternity businessg we really have a charter! Why can't we break into society? We think it is a dirty trick. As it is, a good DEAL of the social burden falls on Holland. Not many people know him, and those who do, don't know that he is a Pi K. A. We surely are mistreated. Q Phi Sigma Kappa i We're the boys of Phi Seeg-get that pronunciation right. We're not a local now !' No, sir! We've BEEN living out in the woods, but we are determined to acquire a little polish now. We mortgaged all our farms and rented a real house and a Ford to ride to the K. D.'s domicile. They're nice-ah, she's SO nice !-to help us along. All of them should like us. We have six books of etiquette and hope to learn to enter- tain visitors. We used to be known as "Duke" Me1'1'itt's frat, butt Scruggs is a charter member. P. S.: We don't think this crew has a coat-of-arms, so we're using the -Composite Sorority in its place. Should the sororities wish to take action, we refer them to the aforementioned llflessrs. Hubert, Whitaker, and Buckler. 450 -W W---.A f - - : i1w . . 1,, M , D .- E n ew -Ekgigflq jfgf' . 4 E 1 I II, M .- TURN OVER, THE INV , U .LVM SIR! TO ADVERTISING SECTION! MII-IERE CAN A 6UY FIND QUALITY 5' AROUND THIS BUR6? XF! FOR THE PLACES T0 BEST QQ x X9 ' -Titlb'-Y-1-.K X iw gy IR-IW In ugwlf 5 Where Style and Quality Predominate BIRMINGHAM JAcKsoNvn.u: 95. NASHVILLE N sw on Lens 1922-1924 First Avenue BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA CAPSTONE OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM OP ALABAMA LETTERS, SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, EDU- CATION, LAW, MEDICINE, COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND SCHOOL OF MINES SUMMER SCHOOL STANDARD INSTITUTION OF LEARNING MODERN BUILDINGS AND EQUIP- MENT, OVER ONE HUNDRED INSTRUCTORS Expenses Exceedingly Moderate FOR CATALOGUE, ADDRESS PRESIDENT GEO. H. DENNY, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L, ' A UNIVERSITY, ALABAMA POLSON'S SANITARY MARKET The Largest Food Store in West Alabama Meats and Groceries of the Highest Quality WE OPERATE OUR OWN COLD STORAGE PLANT AND DELIVER FREE 2313-2315 SIXTH STREET ' PHONES 229 AND 456 THE UNIVERSITY SUPPLY STORE WE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN Books and School Supplies The University Supply Store is Operated For the Benefit of the Athletic Association and is Under the Control A of the Faculty Committee on Athletics "Help Us to Help You" UR Best Wishes to the Students and Alumni of the University of Alabama ELKS THEATRE 'BAMA THEATRE DIAMOND THEATRE BELVEDERE THEATRE 4, 1 -. - -un--lm-nn1nu1mn1lm--lm-Imp-1ul1lnr1lm1lm1lnu ,Io EVERYTHING KNOWN IN MUSIC Let Your Music Wants Be Known to Us SHEET MUSIC VIOLINS TENOR BANJOS CORNETS GUITARS SAXOPHONES UKELELES MANDOLINS CLARINETS XYLOPHONES Terms Can Be Made to Approved Credit On Any Instrument You Choose RAIFORD'S MUSIC HOUSE cRA1FoRD's5 OPPOSITE POST OFFICE TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA PIZITZ MERCANTILE COMPANY -e4zHfs--- The Store for College Students WHY GIRLS LEAVE Home QLOCJI Stuff. Toolj WARD'S Has It IF IT IS SOLD IN DRUG STORES Your Trade is Always Appreciated WARD DRUG COMPANY Motor Delivery Service SERVICE AND A SQUARE DEAL When You Need a FORD SEE US Arnold's U-Drive 'Em Company PHONE ,861 The Corolla Is For You SO IS Hodges Brothers Store EVERYTHING FOR EVERYONE TO WEAR AT POPULAR PRICES ALWAYS Hodges Brothers "Originators of Lower Prices" . Tuscaloosa, Ala. Fayette. Ala. OUR ALL-AMERICAN COACH TATUM DRUG COMPANY NEXT DOOR TO 'BAMA THEATER FUERST AND KRAEMER CANDIES TELEPHONE 234 WE WASH 'EM GRIND 'EM MASH 'EM SQUEEZE 'EM CRUSH 'EM SWEETEN 'EM AND DILUTE 'EM CORRECTLY IN ORDER TO OFFER TO YOU THE MOST HEALTHFUL DRINK OBTAINABLE THE 'BAMA ORANGE MILL NOVELTIES, CANDIES, CIGARS AND CIGARETTES Shine Parlor in Rear THE SANITARY SHOPS HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL CLEANING AND PRESSING Call 1387-When Your Suit Needs Cleaning and Pressing Hats Cleaned and Blocked KJRE X7S?Y "Where Friends M eet" DRUGS, TOILET GOODS, SODA. CIGARS, CANDIES STATIONERY "For Ten Years" HELP' OUR ADVERTISERS THEY HELP US Uncle Charlie's Where the Best Meals Are Served By Day, Week or Month The Lowest Price CIGARS, CIGARETTES TOBACCO, CANDIES AND FRUITS "Say It With F lowers" TUSCALOOSA FLOWER SHOP Let Us Take Care of Your Flower Needs PHONE 712 BROAD STREET 'Rex's Shoe Shop WE REPAIR SHOES FOR 'BAMA BOYS AND GIRLS Telephone 61 9 THE ROSE CGMPANY Exclusively Women's Apparel OF DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE fp 7 f , : 1 2 JUST A KISS IN THE DARK IF lT'S FROMBLACKS lT'S COLLEGIATE 0 Clothes for the College man desiring to be correctly groomed-it has ever been our privilege to serve a distinguished clientele. THE COLLEGE SHOP OF THE SOUTH TUSCALOOSA l.AclcS ablished l RENT A FORD COMPANY BETTER CARS? BETTER SERVICE? THEN COME TO US TELEPHONE 1550 TUSCALOOSA, ALA NO MAN'S BALL WIESEL'S WELCOME For You MATCHES WIESEL'S QUALITY MERCHANDISE Come Around and Get Both VVIESI-I'.L'S HOME OF Hart Schaffner 3 Marx Good Clothing TUVSCALOOSA, ALABAMA B MERCHANTS BANK 8: TRUST C0. . VERNER, President W. F. Fl1'l's, JR.. Vice-Prcsiclcnl G. W. CHRISTIAN. Vice-President D. L. ROS!-ZNAU, Vice-Prcsidcn! GLENN Fosrsn, Vice-President CHAS. F. FLINN. Cashier A. M. MCGILL, Assislanl Cashier CHAS. INGRAM, Assistant Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits S36l,99l.2l A ,Four Per Cent Interest Paid On Savings Accounts HARRIS-HAMNER COMPANY A Store of Today and Tomorrow SPECIALISTS IN Correct Attire for Men and Women We Number Our Clientele Among the Most Distinguished Alumni of the University TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA Cir GROCERY J O T. MARKET We Specialize in Fresh Meats and Fancy Groceries 13 3 Z-TELEPHONE--3 0 2 Georgia TRIES to bring it back CITY NATIONAL BANK T TUSCALOOSA, ALA. Oldest Bank in Alabama Special Service to University Students and Organizations A . OFFICERS R. H. COCHRANE, President FRANK S. DANIEL, Cashier S. F. CLABAUGH, Vice-President JOHN M. DONOHO, Assisfang Cashier J. T. HORNE, Vice-President H. E. HAMNER, Assistant Cashier TUSCALOOSA STEAM LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS TELEPHONE 1215 TELEPHONE 15 5 WEATHERFORD PRINTING CO. Commercial Printers 2314 F S REET TUSCAL 0 A A IF 1T'S FRESH. U oUR STORE IS GROCERIES THE STUDENTS' AND A QUICK DELIVERY HEADQUARTERS TRY GEWlN'S GROCERY NeilSOn,Smith Shoe Company Across the Avenue Fr Rex's ' 2 S H ST. 7 T R EENTH AVE. TUSC SA A FRANK M. MOODY, preside!!! C. N. MAXWELL, JR., CdSi2iet' A. C. CADE, Vice-President - C. O. HAYSLETT, Assistant Cashier J. C. PERSONS, Active Vice-President E. H. PHIFER, Assistant Cashier THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF TU SKALOOSA, ALABAMA A Designated Depository of the United States and the State of Alabama, Desires to Be Recommended by the Young Men and Women of the University SUNNING 'EM OFF I Y MAYS PINCHER as OZMANT Uptown Headquarters for U. of A. CO. Students ' Where Quality and Service Giffs That Tell Are Paramount TUSCALOOSA, ALA. TELEPHONE 8 03 HEADQUARTERS SPORTING GOODS REACH 26 RAWLINS Football, Baseball, Tennis, Basketball Equipment MACGREGOR GOLF CLUBS AND BALLS - BURKE GOLF BAGS If It Is Hardware, You Will Find It At Our Store ALLEN 8 JEMISON COMPANY HARDWARE Our Customers Profit by Our Forty Years of Service and Experience McLESTER HOTEL TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA AWD New '55 Driver Lessees ALL THE BEST KNOWN! THREE FAMOUS LINES VICTOR, BRUNSWICK , COLUMBIA In addition to these three lines of graphophones, this store carries a full line of Brunswick Radiophones and Francis Bacon Pianos. C. W., LEWIS FURNITURE CO. J. A. DUCKWORTH CHARLES MORRIS Duckworth-Morris Insurance Agency General Insurance Investment Securities Real Estate Rentals Loans --aw- TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME dl' SAVAGE'S DEPARTMENT STORE 612-614 GREENSBORO AVE. TUSCALOOSA, ALA. SHOES FOR BAMA BOYS AND GIRLS 519 GREENSBORO AVE TUSCALOOSA ALABAMA WHEN YOU ARE READY TO DEAL IN FURNITURE A SEE Us GEO. J. ALSTON FURNITURE CO. 2308 SIXTH ST. TUSCALOOSA, ALA. TELEPHONE 723 AMBROSE-DRIVER SHOE CO. , , THE BEGINNING OF A WIN TYLER GROCERY COMPANY ' WHOLESALE Drink Tylefs Best Coffee A "TYLER'S BEST LABOR INSURES QUALITY" DRINKS S' CIGARETTES BO'S PLACE VA Quality sandwich and Soda Shop CANDIES SHORT ORDERS CLEVELAND LUMBER CO. JASPER. ALABAMA Wholesale Lumber and Cross Ties FOR D INDUSTRIALS RAILROADS RETAIL YARDS 'ALABAMA vs. KENTUCKY IDEAL BARBER SHOP Courtesy-Efhciency Next to Tuscaloosa Flower Shop CAPEHART TYPEWRITER INTO A NEW ONE Bicycles and Typewriter Fixtures ,,..,- - - X - + 7 g -v-x . -'X - --.gy "'Ns.l..,d mfg mf' ,L-Q -L-ig " F ' Q-- --- 'A + -g A USE FOR YOUR COROLLA BARNETT E5 WILLIAMS Men's High-Class Furnish- ings, Fashion Park and Frat Clothes. Stacy Adams Shoes. 2323 Broad St Phone 1312 BURCHFIELD BROTHERS WHOLESALE GROCERS TUSCALOOSA, ALA. Eugene McCarty Taxi Service 36-PHONE-3 6 City Hall Corner Tuscaloosa REX PRESSING SHOP Cleaning, Altering Repairing Ladies' Work a Specialty TELEPHONE 822' TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK IN THIS BOOK THE RAYNOR STUDIO 619 GREENSBORO AVENUE TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA PICTURE FRAMING KODAK FINISHING AT ATTENTION - COURTESY QUALITY SERVICE REX'S BARBER SHOP We Barber All the 'Bama Boys and Girls When You Want Good College Drinks BARNES' PLACE MURRAY CANNON Next to McLestcr Hotel CLOTHES AND SHOES FOR COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN Phone 944 Phone 944 J. W. TILLERY GATES 3 CO' Dry Cleaners, Dyefs, I-Iatters Service Day or Night and Alterations Standifjn Xifgglzvczitkvalton PHONE 1340 DRIVER TUSCALOOSA, ALA. 2411 Broad Street ON WITH THE DANCE COMPLIMENTS OF THE JASPER TRUST CO. JASPER, ALABAMA NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY DARWIN P. KINGSLEY, President WE SELL ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE, AS FOLLOWS 1. Business Insurance. 2. Income Insurance. 3. Permanent and Total Dis- ability. 4. Old Age Benefit. 5. Income for life after age of 60 or 65. 6. Cor- poration Insurance. If interested. write to GRADY W. MILLER. Special Representative 718 First National Bank Building. Birmingham, Alabama Alabama College The State College For Women MONTEVALLO. ALA. Offers full college courses as follows: A.B. with majors in English. Education, Ex- pression. Foreign Language. and History. B.S. in Home Economics with vocational cer- riliiarc. B.S. in Physical Education for physical direc- tors. B.S. in Industrial Science. B.Mus. with majors in Piano. Voice. Violin. Two-year courses are also offered in Home Economics for teachers in junior high schools and upper elementary grades. For catalog and other information address THE REGISTRAR ALABAMA COLLEGE MONTEVALLO. ALA. WHY A'MEN" LEAVE HOME TOWNLEY COAL CO. MINERS AND SHIPPERS CELEBRATED CARBON HILL ' AND DOMESTIC COAL TOWNLEY, ALABAMA stands for Sportsmanshlp as wcll as "Spalding" xy? Cumby qfazhlczic gmnl mailcdfrca on request 'BAMNS FIRST ALL-AMERICAN SZ? Q GGER Hop OUTFITTERS TO THE COLLEGE MAN WE CARRY AT ALL TIMES AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHING. HABERDASHERY AND HATS ESPECIALLY SE- LECTED FOR COLLEGE MEN 200 NORTH 'TWENTIETH STREET BIRMINGHAM, ALA. , I , .,' I '-.. . A-g ,. ' ' , I I 'I, H .. ' X ' . ' ,.-" ' . , ' "MAC" DELIVERS A FEW MORE ff A. AJ 'X If W X ' L X xr' .If in y I I If Q .RQ Q54mf..m..54KTI WOMEN'S NOVELTY STYLES I I' MEN'S' SHOES AI -Popular Prices ' MAXIIIIIIIII Style. Minimum Pri , For Twnnry Years Alabama'x Best Shoe Store W GUARANTEE SHOE CO. BIRMINGHAM BESSEMER ANNISTON ENSLEY COMPLIMENTS OF KAULTON GENERAL STORES KAULTON, ALA. KA UI. LUMBER CO. 0lHMlll5l1AN'Alh gamma SOUTHERN PINE ' LUMBER E fb APE C Q ci gi TAILORED AT ROCHESTER Q From our Factory Direct to you. J. B. STRA ' C0..Make ra THEY SERVE A DOUBLE PURPDSE Economy Plus Good Appearance Om FactorY! 72? 24" Broadway BRANCH sf. Paul sf. New York 2007 Third Avenue Ri1ff'5Pf" FIRST NATIONAL BANK BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA Capital ..,. M..H.h S l,500,000.00 Surplus ....... .... 1 ,500,000.00 Deposits .e... .... 3 7,000,000.00 Resources ....s .............. 4 4,000,000.00 OSCAR WELLS, President F. S. FOSTER, Cashier J, K. FLEMING, Vice-President W. D. ROBERTSON, Assistant Cashier THOMAS BowRoN, Vice-President W. C. O'FERRALL, Assistant Cashier K. W. BERRY, Vice-President PAUL ANGELL, Asstsant Cashier J. A. HOLCOMB, Auditor TRUST DEPARTMENT ' BOND DEPARTMENT SAVINGS DEPARTMENT T L Mosrs P d t W. A. SHELBY S t y d T C B SHARPLES V -President J J SHANNON JR TELEPHONE MAIN 5380 COMMERCIAL PRINTING COMPANY LITHOGRAPHERS PRINTERS RULERS AND BLANK BOOK MAKERS PLANT ZIZ4 26 MORRIS AVE. OFFICE: I0 N. ZZND STREET BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Lots of People in Alabama Know 112Ei3!H ' RED DIAMOND of! mg 'gl DONOVANS , Aroma-Flavor-Strength 'O XX I ' . .7 ix' ROASTED AND PACKED BY Donal ,I mm Rf' 'EHINC ' MY2'J.!1'iE?Vli'2SI DONQVAN PRGVISION co. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. emma THE HOME in liliimglfn mmm H H FMF? W 'T' ' L ' I' leaffjgyy vi H-Q lf' ' ' A For College i 1 :ul M lgwillllllllrllillelbllil,eu HEL. I ,l4iHl5lI1?Ilffmf. - OF ielummzllmllwllmwmg il If Xklcbfif' 'l ' o f ' N, l Men EVERYTHING TO WEAR FROM HEAD TO FOOT You're Always Welcome Here. Visit With Us Come. Make This Headquarters. No Obligations Q51-QXEX Th' WON of Sbeeialiy Qhops J. N. ROSE, President J. W, GRIFFITH, Secretary-Manager - JOBE-ROSE JEWELRY CO4 Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware ' MAIN 993 1918 SECOND AVENUE BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA ' ,. 6 1" . 1 i.- ' I z I 'Ik f . I I is dr- ,g A ' 1 Q , . , 5' A 4 - , '. KI THE RANCH Doster Nortlaington, Incorporated STOCK In Birmingham, Ala., for Quiclfj Shipment CHEMICAL APPARATUS BIOLOGICAL APPARATUS X-RAY APPARATUS PHYSIOTHERAPY APPARATUS ANALYZED CHEMICALS DRUGS-SUNDRIES FOR Educational and Industrial Institutions, Boards of Health, Hospitals Physicians, and Commercial Laboratories CManufacturcrs' prices F.O.B. Birminghnmj LOVEMAN, JOSEPH 25 LOEB BIRMINGHAM COLLEGE FASI-IIONS For Men and Women HTHIRTY HOURS FROM NEW YORK" TO SHOP AT BURGERS Birmingham? Dependanble Store IS TO Dress in the Height of Fashion Burger-PluiWW.s' Ga TWENTY-NINE YEARS OF FAITHFUL SERVICE ' YELLOW CABS MAIN 4500 BIRMINGHAM, ALA. ZAC A SMITH STATIONERY CO. BIRMINGHAM. ALA. Thirty-six Years of Honorable Service to the Citizens of Alabama i Has placed us among the top-norchers in the Stationery Business in the South BUSINESS A "Wheeler Slurlenls P F E S S I Cel llle Bcsi R Posilionsn ,.1? fff.f'i'ffga , 5 fi i Z, -4 v. 'Q 4' Wie Smblem Qfix It is only a comparatively short time that business has been recognized as a profession and it is interesting to note that just a few months ago Harvard University issued a pamphlet entitled "Business a Profession." For over a third of a century "Wheeler" has been training men and women for business positions. Thousands date their suc- cess in life from their enrollment in "Wheeler," Some of the most prominent business and professinoal men of the South are "Wheeler" graduates. Our courses have been constantly strengthened and broadened and are most com- prehensive. ln fact, the courses of WHEELER BUSINESS COLLEGE appeal to both the collegiate graduate and undergraduate who wishes some special training in the technique of busi- ness before entering on the active duties of business life and to the undergraduate who is obliged to discontinue his studies before completion of his course and who wishes to get a good general business training as well as to specialize in business. The following courses are given: Commercial, Stenographie, Combination, Secretarial, Salesmanship and Business Efficiency, Advanced Accounting and Auditing fthis course leads to degree of Master of Accountsl. Send for Our Thirty-seventh Annual Catalogue Wheeler Business College Qllcgenlgdqgd Fully Accredited by National BlRlVllNGl'lAlVl Association of Accredited Commercial Schools. ALA A Summer School If You Prefer It A BUSINESS BUILDER In This Section of the Country American Trust 25 Savings Bank BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Member Federal Reserve System W. W. CRAWFORD ............ President H. T. BARTLETT ........ Vice-Presidenl C. M. WILLIAMSON ....... Vice-President ALAN DALY ................. Cashier W. W. CRAWFORD, JR. .............. L. . . . . . . Vice-Prcsidcnl and Trusl Offcer CLAUD M. SHILL ......... Ast. Cashier H MORlARTY.AuJitor and Assl. Caslre HARRIS MoRmR1'Y ................... . . . . . . . . . . . .Audilor and Assl. Cashier IS IT JEWELRY OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY YOU WANT? Then See REID LAWSON INCORPORATED 308 North 20th Street BIRMINGHAM, ALA. B. M. Chenoweth YS Company THE VERY BEST SPORTING GOODS I Wholesale and Retail 103 North 20th Street Phone Main 1590 BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Succcssors to'Birmingham Arms and Cycle Company Qs? This Eclipse is BOLONEY 1903 1925 gk ,, I S f ,qc 1 4 . 1 , T V .. I .,g i Il.Ii-f5 h i . i gl, - V " 'F TE' maint REAL ESTATE. MORTGAGE LOANS 'INVESTMENT BANKERS ' QIQA7 Z" P-VV' 'N G H AM ii.- 221 NORTH TWENTY-FIRST STREET ii BUILT ON SERVICE We offer service and facilities combined with ripe expe- rience of 22 years. covering these lines. Real Estate Sales Mortgage Loans Real Estate Investments Birmingham's progress is reflected in the efficiency of the service rendered our pa- trons. THE FRENCH BOOTERY Brings Paris to Your Feet 219 North 19th Street BIRMINGHAM, ALA. LITTLE, GEM CAFE LYRIC BUILDING Eat With Us When You Are Up for the Games No. 2-1803 Tuma AVENUE flags H-1' wb-J DON'T SHOOT! BATTERTON'S PURE FOOD PRODUCTS Royal Cup Coffee Royal Cup Tea Royal Cup Cocoa Royal Cup Extracts Solite Baking Powder Garland Brand Spices BATTERTON COFFEE COMPANY MANUFACTURERS Birmingham. Alabama A MOST CORDIAL WELCOME EXTENDED TO ALL ALABAMA CO-EDS BY CAHEEN'S IDEAL MILLINERY CLOAK AND SUIT STORE A X WELCOME TO ALL ALABAMA CO-EDS WHEN IN BIRMINGHAM USE "THE SAFETY CAB" Just Call Main 90 RED TOP CABS Where the New Styles Are Shown First KAUFMAN'S 213-215 NORTH 19TH STREET Third Floor BIRMINGHAM, ALA. HIRSCH'S The Recognized Fashion Center for Alabama MISSES AND LADIES' HATS 213-215 19th sneer Birmingham. Ala, COMPLIMENTS The Underwood- Walker' Company 1820-23 Age-Herald Bldg. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Washed Sand Washed Gravel THE NEWEST STYLES FIRST THE BEST VALUES ALWAYS! J. BLACH 8 SONS BIRMINGHAM University Branch "Style Station J. B. S." UNIVERSITY AVE., 13TH ST. TUSCALOOSA, ALA. TALTY O'CoNNER, Manager THE GREATER Klothes Shoppe PIZITZ STORE. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. UPSTAIRS 2nd Avenue 19th Street BIRMINGHAM A Cordial Welcome THE PRICE COMES DOWN To All You Men and Women of the University I BOOKKEEPING-SHORTHAND CIVIL SERVICE 500 students enrolled during past year. Only Business College in this city to hold public graduation exer- oUR RECORD The only Business College in the State with a Credit System. Every graduate placed in a posi- tion, ALVERSON BUSINESS COLLEGE ROBERT E. ALVERSON, President Write or Call for Catalog It Pays to Attend a Modern, Up-to-Date, Progressive Business College. Business Men Recognize the Superior Training of Our Students TYPEWRITING-SECRETARIAL S HIGHER ACCOUNTING "DRENNEN'S" BIRMINGHAM BIRMINGHAM'S BEST STORE FOR OVER 55 YEARS' FOR YOUNG MEN, FOR YOUNG WOMEN ' 1- 4- '.-'i WELL. KY. LOST-42 TO 7 FIFTY SOLID ACRES OF SPANISH HOMES IN HOLLYWOOD BEING DEVELOPED BY NELSON REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENT CO. 2032 4th Avenue Birmingham. Alabama COIVIPLIMENTS OF THE BIRMINGHAM HOTEL MEN'S ASSOCIATION MEMBERS OE THE ASSOCIATION Tutwiler Hotel Molton Hotel Morris Hotel Hillman Hotel Southern Hotel Florence Hotel Fifth Ave. Hotel Edwards Hotel Empire Hotel THE UTILITIES The various utilities have become components of the community life of today. Of them all, the ones in most intimate touch with humanity are the electric light and power companies who weave from water and coal the matchless force that more than any other factor contributes to the comfort, con- venience and luxury of the present age. In a share of Alabama Power Company Preferred Stock is held the very essence of a great system which is constantly supplying you, your neighbor and your State with a vital necessity, ALABAMA PGWER CO. THOMAS W. MARTIN, President V . BROMBERG YS COMPANY Jewelers BIRMINGHAMV, ALA. GOING TO BUGS THE CORONA POUR New Williams Shop A Standard Keyboard Machine Ask for a Folder-C-55 l9ll THIRD AVE. ALABAMA TYPEWRITER BIRMINGHAM- ALA' COMPANY I 7 1911 Fifth Avenue Ladies Ready-to-Wear Birmingham, Alabama Millinery and Shoes The cover for this annual was created by THE DAVID J. MOLLOY CO 1851 NMIESTBRN AVLCHICADD Snnijbr Jamplu X, I ,gi ill 3 Arg? Q. vl 1 ' 'xg T0 THE YOUNG MEN 0F ALABAMA The Bessemer District offers opportunities that are un- excelled in the entire South. With the great industrial and agricultural activities, Bessemer offers great possibilities for the business and pro- fessional man. Our ore and coal mines, steel mills and shops are a source of great wonder to our visitors. Bessemer is fast growing to be the industrial center of the South. We need college men to carry on the work. WIICII Thinking of Your Future, Consider This Thriving City THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BESSEMER, ALABAMA A FOURTH CITY OF ALABAMA ANDERSON DRY CLEANING ENSLEY BESSEMER HUNTSVILLE h of the Largest and Best Equipped Plants in the So th e Pay Return Postage on Parcel Post Packages 4 "LOVELY" RED SLICES A FEW WIGGLE INN 305 l9th Street, Bessemer, Ala. MADDOX 25 ACKER l06 l9th Street. Bessemer. Ala. MADDOX '65 ACKER 2005 N. 4th Avenue, Birmingham. Ala. M E MADDOX U DEWEY ACKER fAN OLD 'HAMA MAN E. G. TERRY ' GEO. T. NIURRAH TERRY-MURRAH REALTY CO. Members Birmingham Real Estate Board REAL ESTATE-RENTALS-INSURANCE 1824 Second Avenue BESSEMER. ALABAMA SMITH HALL DON'T DIVORCE Your wife because she can't cook. Eat at Jones' and save her for a pet. JONES CAFE MEADOW BROOK DELICATESSEN No. 9- So. l9rh Sr. "Back of Soldiers' Monument" BESSEMER. ALA. TOASTED SANDWICHES LIGHT LUNCHES L. . 41 Hifi! GORGAS HALL "FOR ALABAMA, IT'S PORT-AND PROGRESS" MERCHANTS BANK MOBILE, ALABAMA Member Federal Reserve System Resources Over Eleven Millions WATCH "LITTLE" BEN MILL SUPPLIES AUTO ACCESSORIES HARDWARE MACHINERY MCGOWAN-LYONS HARDWARE AND SUPPLY CO. Water and St. Louis Streets MOBILE, ALABAMA THE CAVVTHON .Mobile's Representative Hotel EUROPEAN PLAN Rates: 81.50 Up. Rooms Connecting with Shower, 82.50 Ample and Spacious Sample Rooms A charming restaurant . Ideal for more hurried The Cawthon Vineyard The Cawthon Grill on the roof meals UNDER PERSONAL MANAGEMENT OF PEYTON C. STEELE Mobile Offers You Fine Hunting, Fishing and Golf the Year 'Round UNION HOTEL, MERIDIAN, MISS. Under Same Management n .. - - L DORGAN-MCPHILLIPS R,--'15x SALES CO. 'I-I il, INCORPORATED -5 5- -, p MOsn.E, ALABAMA 3' W- " ' r ' Packers and Distributors of . I I K Shrimp. Oysters and Vegetables C Selling to Wholesale Trade Only- .S S1- I THE BLUNDERBUS FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MOBILE Mobile's Largest Bank Has for Fifty-nine Years Faithfully Cared for the Business of Its Customers This Ad Donated as a Compliment to COMPLIMEN-I-S MR. GEORGE A. HAAS by Incorporated THE HAAS-DAVIS PACKING CO. . MOBILE, ALABAMA Passenger Agents All Trans I . at amtc Lines 7 St. Michael St.. Mobile, Ala. E. W. KING. President T ownley. Alabama RIVER PRATT PAUL S. HALEY, Vice-Pres. Oakman. Alabama COAL CO. F THE CELEBRATED PRATT COAL Mines Located on Warrior River Near Payncs' Bend and Gorgas. Alabama .'22d-.?J'A'5L"' S L"'b'L'Z'ai'J.'f'.EY' KN - SLEY PIEDMO TT TUTWIIE .fl ' 'lf 3 Qvifib' msnausi-:ns or-wrnua sourusnu nosnmmrv ' YE AULD TYME ALL-TYME ALL- AMERICAN The management regrets that the authorities decided to censor the latest and wisest of-.all the celebrated composite selections of our equine-inclined associates. To the members of this peculiar body at l equestrianism and to the student arge do we proffer our intrinsic disappointment. Twenty-live years ago only a few hundred strange-shaped, noisy, pufling contraptions called horseless carriages were to be seen on the streets. In 1923 over 15,000,000 automobiles and trucks were registered and operating in every corner of the United States and were demanding adequate trafiic ways on which to travel. Twenty-five years ago there were 2,100,000 miles of rural highways in the United States, of which only five per cent, or 110,000 miles, were improved with any surfacing or grading. Now there are 2,900,000 miles of public road with about 15 per cent of 430,000 miles improved by grading and surface of all degrees of quality up to concrete. The last fifteen years Csince the end of 19085 have seen the rapid accept- ance of concrete as a pavement surface. In this short period the contracts awarded for concrete highways alone have grown from 34,000 square yards to 296,- 304.000 square yards. In terms of 18-foot wide pavement the increase has been from three miles to 28,000 miles. Of these contracts more than 25.500 miles cf uninished contracts carried over fo: completion during 1924. THE HUSKY CHORUS H. DANZIGER, President L. W. ASHLEY, Vice-President MONTGOMERY FAIR A GREAT STORE FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS A GREATER STORE TODAY IF You Want What You Want and Want It Right YOU Will Never Find a Better Place Than the Big Store Thirty-five Departments, Each a Store Within Itself MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA THE FLOWERS YOU SEND HER To carry or wear to that social function will be strictly in form if ordered here. They will also be the freshest, most fragrant and rarest blossoms to be had. You can leave your order in person or phone if more convenient. In either case you can rest assured the flowers will be delivered promptly at the address given us. ROSEMONT GARDENS, Florist ll6 DEXTER AVENUE TELEGRAPH DELIVERY MONTGOMERY, ALA. DURR DRUG COMPANY Wholesale Druggists MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA GAY TEAGUE HOTEL GRILL Corner Bibb and Commerce St. The Coolest Place in Montgomery to Eat THE GOODFORM SHOP 12 DEXTER AVE. Things for Dad and His Son MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA HAVING CHANGE OF FRESH AIR CONSTANTLY since ,878 Pure air drawn in by fans from top of building and drawn out by exhaust fans, Sea Foods Our Specialty During Winter Season "On the Square" MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA THE EXCHANGE HOTEL Where Service Is Supreme BARON-WILSON OPERATED The dining room on the parlor floor of the hotel offers the best of food and cooking at popular prices. The Center of Montgomery's Social and Business Life JOHN MOFFAT, Manager COLLEGE FELLOWS Your Appearance Means Much-Wear HICKEY-FREEMAN QUALITY CLOTHES I S2 fff -n Q TX ., ' , an: ff , -n :'E -5:a ri f f s : 2" pg. H . I XB . ,f, Y' 0 XO X 1 MONTGOMERY, ALA. ' Frank Tennille Furniture Co. For Thirty-five Years Montgomery's Favored Furniture Store MONTGOMERY. ALA. ROBERTSON'S QUICK LUNCH I 5 IA: COMMERCE The Best That Can Be Had Served as Well as Can Be Served Open Day and Night MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA THE RACE TRACK W. A. May 3 Green Stale Distributors WRIGHT 25 DITSON VICTOR CO. MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA An institution that has devoted its entire time and energy for the past twenty years to the designing and pro- duction of artistic printing regardless of cost of material and equipment. THE PARAGON PRESS Printers and Publishers 209-Zll Dexter Ave., Montgomery JUST A LITTLE-ER-HAZY Smartest Clothes For College Wear ALEX RICE "A Slate of Indiufdual Shops" MONTGOMERY, ALA. GOODYEAR TIRES Johnson Tire '35 Auto Company I MONTGOMERY, ALA. ACCESSORIES GRAND THEATER MONTGOMERY. ALA. KEITH VAUDEVILLE sHoEs QUALITY HOSE BULLOCK SHOE CO. EVERY Friday Saturday Sunday 3:30 7:30 9:00 MONTGOMERY. ALA. PLAY SAFE! ,.-X When You Are In IQ Montgomery EAT AT THE PICKWICK CAFE FRED RIDOLPHI WELL? MASSA GROCERY COMPANY INCORPORATED WHOLESALE GROCERIES Flour Feeclstuff., Grain, Hay and Provisions 'Bama, we are for you-frst, last and all the time PHONES 574' AND 750 TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA 9 ff ,P I , m 4? Q PY! "'!V:'1lY'5' '-' 'I 1 ' H 1 . A I ' ,Q 1. ' fi :.f.:,:'.3z'f:f-:-4: . ff' V :gf if ' l n ,541 ifqgffg 13:-.qgfj f , sq mai ' - A ff ,'fE,-?"+.1vA1,: J i'1,, w ' If :ww f,- Zf LH4 ,Z if f, :,, . V Il 'fow3,,QJA1.::1.i.y , 1" fl, - A-1 .nz L VN , Q' -, A r'31' !l1l l- gg gg Lg. 5-fn .zaqa 4,21 -mfmvwwi w'm'M Nw 'Q jf: T Lf 5 ...gy-45:-:yi X , 93- 3,-x: 1 A :gl--.Q 1 W, - ff'-fw. 14, 4 fm. - - A, M 4-:,f':, xv' ' --Qgwgwy i ff? 1 is - Qw. yi ' Q' Q- fff I " f '41 A QUALITY AND STYLE PLUS EXCLUSIVENESS Make Our Clothes the First Choice of the Discriminating Man BADHAM Ee? COMPANY JACK G. CRAFT, l'roprif-mr E. H. BARNE'l"l', Manager HOTEL GEORGIAN TERRACE Nationally famous for distinctive excellence of plant and cusine. Abundant parking space, accessible without the necessity of coming through the congested district. Headquarters for football teams and other athletic organizations. Conum'r1'i11l and Tourist I3Il5ill1?A'S Solicilzvl RATES: WITHOUT BATH, 5q2.5O Uvg WITH BATH, 53.50 U11 HOBBIE GROCERY COMPANY WHOLESALE GROCERS' MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA GOLDSTEIN fa THE iiiiiiTLEY COHEN poptiffiigaifiiicgfclifliiflratin COFFEE ROOM 156 R00mS1II9 Baths, Tub and Shower QS MON'I'GOMERX', ALABAMA BIG DEPARTMENT STORE ENSLEY, ALABAMA Another Form of SMOKE 1 1 4 1 1 1 , 1 1 f 11511521-"1111"W 11:11 'ff-1' 11'Y1'1 1.-1,'f1111,1:11- 1111111 -1,-2 1 1'1111fzef1111111f1.1 '1 1 1 1M1'I'.f'5'1,l 1 ,111 4 s21'1f1 ,,. 31 111 fx" , 1 w15f51y11!1, 115,53 'f2f,U11 , ,. 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