University of Alabama - Corolla Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)

 - Class of 1929

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We have earnestly striven to touch the responsive chords of mem ory and let you live over in after years the youthful ecstacy and light hearted camaraderie that characterized your years at the University The second purpose is to convey in the colored pic tures of the mam division pages the intellectual develop ment of mankind Our theme begins wlth the Stone Age and continues through the period which we have desig nated the Electrical Age or the modern period Each section IS introduced wlth an appropriate drawing and a word description of the progress during that particular a e ust as these pages depicting the development from the days of the stone carver to our modern time show the ultimate Spirit of Progress of the intellect so may our Alma Mater continue to advance in the intellectual fields and forever remain the beacon of inspiration that it is today fix "'-R ww f ' 09 , , 4 ' 61295 W -rt gs E5 ,,, g . J . V 4 fn W 4 ' H I V V A A A A A A 1:-. .. - ' -. . 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' ' - - 1,, . 1 . . -, . .r " ' 1 -1 fe B .., y -' r' lr- r 'v --I 'v-- 'r v v ra -v rr v- r ' U r v 5 .! - A. , V K . The College of Arts and Sciences 2, l l . . Q The College of Arts and Sciences is as old as the ',v,'l University itself. It is the original central organiza- tion, around which have been grouped the other schools .' if and colleges that make up the University as it exists to- ' clay. The purpose of this college is to prepare young men and women for life in its broadest senseg to give if, them such fundamental training of mind and heart and spirit as will enable them to become centers of in- tl. tluence for good throughout the state and the nation. ,,f, The other schools and colleges of the University have as their primary purpose the making of lawyers, doc- :-". tors, teachers, engineers, business men. The College of Arts and Sciences strives to give to its students a C , ' ' broad, general culture, to make them intelligent, liberal- ' minded, public spirited citizens DEAN C H BARNWELL A M tSouth Cuolinaj Ph D Ularv ndj kw.9'7'561CT4dz1J Tile School of COIIIITIGFCG and BUSINESS lAXd1'TI11'l1StI'8t1O1'1 lhe School of Commerce provides a definite col legiate training for business Our state his perhlps the gre rtest naturll resources in the Union I beginning to attract cipital in adequate amounts, but we have lacked trained personnel Until the found mg of the School of Commerce the trained business personnel was largely imported from other states This school now offers in opportunity to young people of our section to prepare themselves for business responsi bilities lhe purposes of the School of Commerce are not only vocational, but also cultural That person is truly cultured who is best prepared to play a full part in the manifold activities of today The faculty of the School of Commerce believes that the studies offered yield primary to none in richness of their cul tural content and in the modernith of the education which they alfort DEAN Lea Bmcooo AM fVlll,llllD,, LLDfA.l1lJ1IT1LlJ A J O p 6 f svi '-. 0 ffl: 4125 l x ' I' IO! es -.. r-- s - .afx A. 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A' ' ' ee e 5 S ' l 5 i r I The College of Engineering Character, Judgment, elhciency, underetlndmg of h men, 'ind techmc1l 'ihrhty 'ire the prime requmtes for l succesu in engineering lhe development of these I qimlxtles in the engineering studentw lb the 'um toward which the f'1culty of the College of Tngrneerrng drrecte its eflorre Coureee 'irc offered in all the nrljor hmnchee of engineering, including ch lTllL'll engineer mg, civil engineering, commercnl engineering, elecrrr cxl engineering, hydrwuhc engineering, xnduwtrml ll'1'll1 lgement, YYlSCll"llllCll engineering lT'l8K'llllll'glCll en gmeermg, mining engineering 'md mnn xrv engineering ln 'iddmon to these bmnches, 'lCl0l'l'llltlCll engineering, courses were offered thru xc'1r for the first time Along with the suentlhc training of chssroom instruction md the development of techmc'1l skill in lnbomtory, Held 'Ind shop there is developed the vmon 'md nnxtmnvc needed by the fixture le'1ders in the engineering pro on Glokce JACOB DAVIS, JR Ulll Q97bFlCY44Q The School o Law lhe School of L'm ww opened ID 1872 During, 'H llfc of mf! SIX ye'ns it has rendered efhclem Serv ice IH shoun hy cmllxng the roll of the distinguished memhers of the bench and b'1r th'xt it has given to the smtc Phe School of I'm is 'lpproved by the Section of Legal Ednc'1txon of the Amerxc'1n B'ir Asgg cmtlon, 'Ind is meeting all requirement: for member hip in the Aesocmtxon of Amer1c'xn L'1w Schools the W0 1Ire'1t NI'lIlCl'll'L'll7lllg 'igencies of legql educfmon In Amerxcfn Hossex er, greut 'rs his been its service in the past, the future m'1y justly expect much more fiom ut becwuee of Its new building and equipment H, In CI'9'lSCll l1br1rv f'1cxlmes, its enlqrged faculty 'ind its higher gl"lCll1lllOIl requirements The School of Lqw xull meet theee just expectgmonq DLZAN Arrmu J FARRAH M Loxncll 0 051' 5 l' 1 gurl I1 D QAlubunm.J Zfylf -r Al if . X 1 . . Y 1 . f. '. . B ,t K - - : ' . '.: ' ' , . 'g - ' , -,-. , 'B 'V' . L. ' . I ' um. qc: -.-np i N I 1 l 1 I lr ff l I ' s 1 1- - - 1 .K . t . , ' ' X- - : - ' . . 1 cl 1 ' ' . , - . , . 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Mpc" V 'QP Y' -Y' I "P Y' P' , so r or vvtt .ttt l fl 2 qi il E1 The School of Medicine z r rg, In the remarkable development which marks the recent progress of all the Southland, no more important f , , step has been taken by the University of Alabama than ' 5 -r its decision to enlarge its School af Medicine into a complete four year school, The health of the people 'ffl' 'j and the prevention of disease are of fundamental im- 1 . 3 p0l'ItlIlCC. To make possible the bigger agricultural, IN commercial and industrial CV0llllit"'1 which will bring 'qi l, greater wealth, power and happiness, it is becoming 3, . 'N necessary, as well as a matter of pride, that the state 'lv '- should train its own physicians. The enlarged and . rl strengthened School of Medicine will be consecrated to 1 the people and to the profession of the entire state and 35 4 -. X of the adjacent territory. Nowhere in the country is fl , On the proud traditions of the past will arise a still DFAN STUART GRNVFS more glorious future A B M D tqyraeuacb lqlae College o Eclucatlon The College of Education is the division of the Unrversrty whose functron IS the training of teachers, principals, supervisors superintendents and other edu catronal vsorkers Students may enter the freshman class and after four years of study obtain the degree of bachelor of arts rn education or the bachelor of science in education 'I he master of arts degree may be secured after one year of further study Special de gree courses are olfered in physical education trade and industrial education, and elementary education A burldrng, which will cost ?250,000 oo rs now being tonstructed for the use of the College of Education It will contain rn addrtron to class rooms, the offices of the dean and the various professors, a departmental lrbrarv, a psychological laboratory, and educational ex hrbrt room and various other rooms JAMrs J Dosrrrz A M fbulurnbitl LI D tAlab'1nrr.J 5 a., Y J - X -n -rw rs, .ati lf: ' t , t t X , ' f 'rl r , 1 rl- ll r Q l ' ,N rr f . l ir 'Q 'i l r 1' ,N 4 K . . . 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Tto In , 'V , nz, 4. s , l,- A Q ,., Q , . . ,nh .r U... A ai, .. Aug.. yt -'rl' :L ' b, f O N If : 1 , - , ..,., . a ,AU .V I I .af l 5: 1 ,' . F --rl Na- r ,rr -,ei A- y. .Org .f.', N, 3 ' ' V V ..- 11 , . ' - rp-ev.. -., -, , .r . .' '1 gg J. 0 .- ',. ' Q , " - The Graduate School This department was Orgmlzed in 1925 tv Pm' gl . if . more graduate instruction for its cultural and pro- ,- i '- 1 fessional values and to develop research. In 1925 only , , , 1 a few graduate students were enrolled. Last year fl, 'A " more than 6oo graduate students were enrolled-65 in ' L ghe regular session, 2.45 in the summer school, and the 'il ' ' ' Extension Division. Students from all sections of the , United States and from several foreign countries now 1 .5 pursue graduate work at the University of Alabama. I Q .l I- p .. gy-Y V gr' .ry A fl", IF' 7 . t " " Q' .7 49' is .- e-" A'-at --fi ' e s - sees -e 1 so n I N' al ' ' I l pr Q l 5 5 ' ' l i 1 8 K 1 . 1 , I l ' ' i Graduate work has been markedly expanded during YN ' 9 the last two years. The faculty has been enlarged, . . . . . Y 'pl and library and laboratory facrlrtres greatly rmproved. 'rf l .dll remainder in the extension classes conducted by the ' n l t t l l l ll Probably no American University has made greater 3 I , 1' progress in graduate work in recent years than the 1 ,N University of Alabama. ' ' DIAN Arnertr B Moonr 9 M hlrr Tile SLIITIITIQI' School The summer school vt rs cstablrslred rn 1903 by spc 4' cr rl enactment of the Lcgrslature of Alabama the hrst session being held rn 1904 'lhe vrrrous schools and colleges of the Unrversrtv function during the sum mer rll courses required for the bachelors 'rnd mas ter s degrees berug offered In 'lddrtron r wrde selec tron of electrwes, including many rttraetrve courses not offered during the regul rr session, ue made 'rvarl 'able by the summer school Ihe summer school rs divided into tuo terms 'r first tcrm of snr necks rnd 'r second term of five weeks Students may lfftllll either term or both terms, completrng rn one term srx semester hours and rn both terms twelve semester hours of uork 'Ihe purposes of the summer school 'rre ex rctly the same 'ts those of the regular session DR JOIIN R MCCLURE MA PhD fC'o1nmblxJ M,..35'?...s:i9'?.A5"..ei ai WAWAWA Lk 42, -2 '3'59' v.. r ' ' ,Z 0 .Ly , 7 ax N as W 1 N. 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F- ,, - ' 1'1" "' ..-:gf is. hs, .q ' 12 13011111 N BURR Lafwyzr h T1ll'1cleg'1 Nov 2, 1876 'xttended Webbs School, Bell Buelcle Tenn , LlltClLCl U1nve1s1ty Scptembm 1894 AB 1896 LL I3 W1SllIllgt0l1 '1ndLe1, 1898, V'llSlty footb'1llte'1m, 1894 DIOIICCI footb 1ll te'1m of Unlvemty tmck gym, -lLllll0l O1 ator, p1 'lctxced l'1w, fwrm Know, Dwon 'md l3ur1, T1ll1deg'1 1899 1909 Perey, Ben ners and Burr, BllII1Il1gll'lUl, 1909 Sol1e1to1, 7th LICllLlll Clllllllf, 1904 1909 delegate to N1t1o11 1l DCIIlOCldtlC COIlVClltl0ll9 wlnch llOIUlll'ltCCl. BIy'lll WllS0l1 'md Cox, Cll'llI'll1'lll M1ll1o11 Doll ll Dnve, 1922, Regent Slglfll Nu 1918 20, li P O I Phl Betl Ivnppx '1 he Crnneon '1 1ele s most loy ll supporter GORDON D PA: 1111 R Bank nr 11 101101, 1111110111 l111Y 7 1896, e11te1ed Umverslty of Al'1b'11111, 1915 l1ftUn1ve1s1ry 1'1 MW 1017 Wlfh the QIOUD wlueh went to the fi1st OHICLIS tl lllllflg e'u11p Ill A1 lant'1, 1'CCClVIfl 1 second llCUtC1l'1lltS COIUITllh9l0l'l, lQSlgncd to Elghty Second Dlvlblon, P1'0m0fCd t0 Qaptwlney dllflllg the Alg0IlIlC offenmve recewed B S degree, Unlvemty of A1'111'1111'11 1920, employed by Slose Sheffield Steel lk Iron Co Buren of lglfllllllg l1'1m S01ltl1C'1Il College Evecutwe Secret cry IIHIVCTSIYY of Al'1bam'1, Vlcc Plewlwf md Trust OHILCI Clty N1fl0l1ll Bunk P111 Bet: Ixf1Pl11, OKUICICJII Delta Iv1pp'1, P111 GTIIIHIT Delt'1, member Athletle Comnuttee, Alumm IidlICEltlOll'll lund, Alumni Councll, Umverblty of Alab'1m'1 ALUMNI l ,,,,.,,,i,- T 1 , 1 . 1 1 1 1, '. , 1 ' 1 ' Q .v 1 -- ' ' .' . . 1 . ' c' 1 1 ' 1 ' 'y 1 -V-y 1- A 1 3 ' 1 . , , if . , K . 5. . . , -. .- ' ! ' 1 . ' '1 4 2 1 1 , ' Z 1 1 ,y - 5 ' - '. ' , " .. . . A , ......, -I .2 .. - , ' Z 1 . " 1 ' .. . 1 - r 1 , 1 D . . . . . ' , 4, - " - - , . . f 5 1 , K 1, - .. . . 21, . 7 1 . 1. , f . .. . , . 1 1 1. . , A Q 4. I.. ., ,'f ' 1 ' ' , l - . . , , - . '. ' . 1 ' . ,' ' 1 1 1 , 'f 2-K- I I ' , .. ' N ' ,..7 -.' ' , . ' 7 X 1 . . , K 4- r ,- - - ' , - ' , . . 1 Q' ,' . .. 1 , 1 I K zu ,A 1 - 1 - . . ' , 1 ' . . 1 K 3 , ' I ' ,.. 1 c 1 ' 1 - 1 1 ' ,' - ' ' - . .1 9 .1 N , - - . I - V- , ,. , 1 . I ' I I 1 ' fr ' ' ' - . 2 . ' - . . f ' U, - L . . I . ,, , . . v 4 ' C 1 1 y 'K I ,1 1' . ' ' ' 4 ' w ' 1 1 , 1 1 - . 2 I 4 1 1. 11 W I IOIIN Il lg'XINl'xI'll un Lafwyfr b Nloscow, L'1m'n County, AlEllJ'l1l'l'l, luly 8 1872, gladuwted Unxvemty of A11 b'1m'1 AB QI Geoxgetown Luv Sehool Ll B member Al 1b'1m'1 St'1te IJCglbl'l ture, 1903, 'lLltl10l of DlCSCl1t Al1bun'u Electron L'1W, defmted fox the Umted St'ltCG Qenwte, 1926 StCNV'llCl 'lluetee 'und Te'1che1 lllethodmt Lplscopwl Chulch .South lllnstcc, Un1ve1s1ty of Al'1b'1ma 1918 19, remgned, developed 'md opemtcs l'nge coal P slclent of SCDIOI Class Unlvelslty of Al'1b'1m'1, PlC9ldCl'lt of Senlol Law mlnes, YC Cl Iss GC01gCtl7Wll L'1W School, Prcsxdent UIllVLYSlty of Al1b'1m1 Alumm Aasocm 9 tlon, 1900 OI MARION HM rs Snus Lafwyrr dllqdcgq Alabama, Dcccmben 13, 1874 educated Rcnfxoe Hlgh School, Ren 1 , 1 lmq Ul1lVL1Slty of Al'1b'1ma LLB 1901 Clerk, ClFClllt Court Tall'1 e '1 Ziomt Tqllldcgq 19151917 Stute SCIVHIOI from Lwlmtlm Dlstxlct Al'1b'1m 6 3923, membel Twllwdega County 1311 Aseocmtuon member Al'1b'1m'1 Bm Agcoclqtmn, n nbel of the Bo'nd of TILIQKCS Al'1b'1m'1 School for Deaf ax cl Bl ml '1 -lllqdcgl Al'1bam'1, membel Alumni Awocmtnon of Umvemty of Alab'una, rnembu- Hun of Iinox Dlxon, Sims and Bxngham Twlladega Al'1bam'1 member K1pp'1 Alpha ALUMNI 1 pus--'Y ' ' . 1 ' ' E: . C , ' 1 1 . , ' ' 1 , A I 'ri 1' K lx . Q l 9 ' 1 ' , 4. 1: " 1 1 1 1 l' 1' - , - ' . 1 1 ' ' ' . ' . A ' - ' . . L K 3 . - , " . 1 . ', '. ' ' 1 ' , ' 5 7 , K, ' ' l I C y ' 5. ' I -C xg, I . ' 1 ' 1 I ' , ' ' . 1 1 1 ' ' .D ' ' I h I I x. y . I . I C I . X .Q- f . ' I . 1 . ' f.0e C b. rr' 1 fr , . . i bl ' ' 1. ' C , , . 1, 3 , rd g1 1 1 1, . . . - - llcltor Clt Court Talhde '1 1 O6-I 1 ' ll Count , Alabama, 1903 1906, S0 1 Y Iv ' 4.g'v 9 I 5: JH EC Of A CitY l ' . 1 47 ' 5 " ' 'D l ' ' ' 3' Img ml , - , . . 1 ' -- '1 ' 3 . 1 . State A J, . . . Ku . 4 ' ' 1 ' 1, 1 1 1 ' 4 1 ' H 4 - - . . . . V i , 1' 1 Z, I C - 1 ' ' .1 1 . 4 . . ' J ' , 1 ' f I 1 1 Y .4 HUGO L BLACK Unztfri' Slatrs Ycnatar Hugo L Black Democrat, of Brrmlngham, Alabama, was born on a 1:31111 ln Clay County Alabama, on February 27, 1876, Qttended publu. school at Ashland Clay County, Al1b1l112l, studled law tt the Unlvelslty of Alabama, Where he xeeelved LL B degree ln 1906, practxcecl law at Ashland 'md 'lt B1I'Il'1ll1gl1'1I1l, Alabama, for twenty years, udgc of Recorder 5 Court xn B1rm1ngh1m and later bolrcltox for efferson County, lLSIgI1lllg to enter the World War, C'1pt'un, Exghty first Freld Artlllery m'n11ed, elected to the Senate of the Unlted States for the full term of sux ycwrs, be glnnmg Wlarch 4 1927 QAMUF1. F CLAHAUGH Banker b H1rm1ngl1m1, M1lCl1 6 1890, 'lttcnded Umversxty ofAl'1b1m1, recelvmg A B A 'VI Il B , member Pln Bet'1 Ivxppa 'Ind Sxgnm Alpha Epbrlon, charter member Black Bmkers Aseoclatlon for Al'1b'1m'1, eetabllbhed Ilumcloosa News rn 1910, edrtmg same untxl 1914, 'lppornted Postmaster, Tueuiloosa, 1914 N'1V'1l Avmtron Servrce, World War, lresxdent, Almb una Natuoml Irfc, 1926 27 Vlce Presldent, Amerlcan Lxfe C0l'lVC'lltlOll for Alabama, PI'LSlClLllf, lJI'OfCClIlVC Llfe IINLIYWIICC Co, QIDCC 1927 Presr dent Alumnl Assocmtron, UIIIVCISIIY of Al'1b'1ma, Hobbles, Golf and Amateur MOVIES, Klwanxs Club ALUMNI .H I L . 1 , 1 . l ' 1 1 1 ' . 1 . 1 . , 1 1 1 1 ' ' r - g , 1 "1 1 ' , ' ..' - ' C f I K . I ' ' ' 5 l - , ' 1 I ' 1 .' 1 1 1 I ' 1 1 1 :TJ .,.f, . - I - I 1 K - -- . J K pp- 1 K . K 1 l' ' 6 - ' ' L , 0 L L . . I ' 2 1 ' , ' f . ' 1 Z 1 ' - I . -, .L ., - - ' 7 ' ' . .4 J. . 1 1 1 C C 1 ' 1 4 - friarsy Editor Crimso11-White, two years, Corolla Staff, Vice-President, American 1 f y '1 I . 1 r 1 ' 1 4 l' I ' . ' I l . . I I . I 1 . K .K KK S I I I' l ' . 1 1 1 4 1 - S - 1 I ' I K . . ' , ' ' ' L I , ,A g N '- I ' .AU K I , ' , - H11 L F1 RGUSON Rmlfor b lVIontgon1ery, j'rnrrary 6 1877 , 'rtturdul prrv rtc 'urrl puhlrc schools of Montgonruy u1d BlI'Il1lllgl'l'lIl1, gr'1du1tcd from Unrvcrsrty of Al rb'rrn1, A I3 96 I I I3 97 Re porter' for Brrrnrrrglvlrn Age lllllllll throughout SD'll1lil1 AIIICIICWII W'u , engaged rn real est'rte broktmge busrness urrtrl 1906, entered thc crnrson Comp my 'rs Vrce l res rdent rn 1913 holdmg thrs connectron cv1.r srnce, first Prcsrdcnt, Brrmrngham Rc-11 Es tate Board Secrct'rry of N'1tron'rl Assocmtron of Rc'1l Est'rtc Bmrds, 1916 Presrdcnt of Alumnr Socrety, Unrversrty of Al'rb'rnr'r, 1904. 1907 , rn thrs conrrcctron he org'1n11ed the Greiter Unrversrty movement whrch resulted rn hurlclrng Comer, Srnrth rnd Mor g'rns Halls Trustee of Unrvcrsrty LUTH rn B LrLrs Lafwyrr 08 Bnmrrrgh un Southern, IO A I3 Y'1le Unrversrty 12, LLB Unrversrty of Al 'rbzrma, 14, rnernber firm, Knox, Ackcr, Sterne 'rnd Lrles, Arrnrston, U S Commrs sroner, 1916 IQ judge of Juvenrle Court, 1915 18 Steward lfrrst Mcthodrst Church, South Annrston, P'rst Presrdent, Exclrzrngc Clubs of Al'rb'rma, Prurdent, Annrston Ofhce Burldrng Conrp'rny, Drrectnr Annrston NTFIOIIHI B'rnl1 Vrce Prcsrdent, Chmn ber of Commerce, Drrcctor, Masonrc Temple Assocurtron, Prcsrdent, Arrrnston Coun try Club ALUMNI . . , ' . - ' " 1 . ' . : .- 1 ' ' 1 - , - ' --' 1 1 f 7 7 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ., , ,J 4. ., , " ' l ' l 1 ,' Y l ' ' 1 .1 " 'l 1 1 " . I - .-I ' - ' . . . '. , . - , J .- . . . . ., 1 . I . . I g I a 1 1 s' I - I 4 - , , . . . . . S 1 1 . 1 .C .1 I 1 1 1 1 f S ,- . g ' ' . b. Helena, Alabanrzr, March 23, 18901 gmclrratccl Scvcrrth District Agricultural School, ' 5 "' 1 - -' ' 5 . ., . - ' ,' ' . ., ' - I 1 f ' ' n A '. C 1 C I l l :- x. - S x - . - I h I , .. A I .5 'Q . - ' 4 . .,.' ' , 1 1 1 1 , . . . I l . l . Q . I ,S . in 5 ALMA MATER Alabama llsten Mother To our vows of love To thyself and to each other Falthful frxencls well prove Falthful loyal fum and true Heart bound to heart wlll beat Year by year the ages through Untll In heaven we meet Soon We ll leave thy halls Ne er to joln another meetlng Neath thy hallowecl walls So farewell clear Alma Mater lVlay thy name we pray Be reverencecl ever pure and staln As It is today less College days are swiftly fleeting, PRESIDENT S MANSION Q., uwnbxm , mm p-yvw5v1,4.gwf's'n-vSwM5MZ'dad"L"Q:9eu' CAMPUS DRIVE NOTT HA LL W 1 QUADRANGLE TOWERS A LOVER'S RENDEzvous ' FRATERNITY ROW Q. N xW SCHOOL OF COMMERCE 14.09 MW Maw- nu- aww' vq .N- -4' pw qv-"""f"'..v-' 'r.MUU1"' MW' .MW w MIO WARRIOR RIVER CLARK HALL WH THE GYMNASIUM FARRAH HALL 9 cmlxgf Kirin ff 4 ? X' pl - A .. -X ,,. if-ef' Z x ,.--" ,. f' Q..---"'-':' , 7 fl I y 7 --p -,- .y -p: .p pf p 7. U' I ,P Af Y Y Y .AA ' l rrrrr 1 sg or -g'? TI-IE STONE AGE ga! XQ T is possibly true that the greatest achievement of IE' all mankind came in the Stone Age. It was then that man rose above his animal neighbors and started that process which we call civilization. V4--' The earliest achievement of man was probably wooden implements and tools of the crudest sort. The club and the lever, even in the crude state in which they first ap- peared, were epoch-making discoveries. Later, stone tools and weapons were the result of necessity acting upon a rea- soning mind possessed of imagination. Primitive man hunted small game but he was more the hunted than the hunter Caves furnished the only home that man knew Furs were made from the skins of animals and became the Hrst rude clothing With the discovery of fire man made great progress Many improvements came near the end of the Stone Age The crude stone weapons were improved bows and arrows of a sort were introduced Crude drawings were made on the walls of caves and on weapons Bones were used for ornaments and tools Agriculture of the most primitive sort came into being Some rude pottery was made and cooking was discovered The domesticatxon of animals notably of the horse and dog was begun The Stone Age lasting longer than all other ages pre historic and historic combined was the most important stage in the development of mankind 'T' se, A I 'X , . g 1 ' 9 , . 1 , " D 'fr .-.az -an -41 14. . Mug.. ' ,gay , 4 4, ,,..i-- -. . .s-,.,lt,.- 4, .1 --,- .-Ed, , . T ...,. ,,. - -,-7.3. ..f. XL -I .,,,:A O X - , nk Z ? lj jab V V- . it . iff. , 't 1 5 ' K E, I .Vx lsgxxg- , 'iii' v.'. .Ffh-lx an ' ' 1' 3 i fc 'ga 'thi gig!-I "' 5 5. 'A' ' "lv -e . " 'si - .st A, ' Z -2- ""s"L' ' ' " ' Q Q- .F PGST GRADUATES FQ? J i Q, Wag, ,Qfj e 0 - " 3 RI Q .: ,gl ,wiv ffm A -I I j L w g I " A for-W'-RM-M"-'foM-M---Q'-RA NBLLII: BROWN MONTEVALLO, ALA. Master of Arts 'Education Club: A.B. AIIIIIIIIIIA Co lege. CATHERINE LEE CIIAPMAN K A ' BELMA, ALA. Master of Arts ,AMP.Tl Hypatia.: Secretary KI-ysI,mIr-. '2 Treasurer Keystone, '29g Pwsldunlt Hellenic, '26-'29g Secretnry Alpha Rho, '28g A.B. Alabarnzm, '28. J. CLRMsoN DUCKWORTII X fb . TUSCALOOSA, ALA. Commercff 21-I,OAK.AK'I'.AAZ Jasonsg Quadlramzlung Junlm- lfnuult Executive and Honor Commlttlee. CENTIIIA FULLER ' MARION JUNCTION, ALA. Master of Art.: A. B., '24, SRNMATSU ISHIZAKI MoJI, JAPAN . Master of Scicnre A.B. Wasedu University, Tokyo. Pl, 'Z8g Poet, Senior Class, '28: Pm Mu I ANNIE LEE BURNs BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Master of Arts Education Club: Music Club: Junlnr I"Iu-ulty: Gmflurxm Jnnksmnlvlllo Nur- mal. '205 A.B. Howard College, '24. l . JAY H. S. CI1URcI-I MANSFIELD, PA. Master bf Arts Educntlon Club. MII.TON CALVIN DUNN REPTON, ALA. 7,2 1- Master of Srience U -1, x Pre-Med, '25-'295 Junior Fncultyg A.B. Alabsmm, '28. SAMUEL GRILLI noNoRA, PA. Master of Art: B.S. Wayncslrurg College. y. NIcI-IoLAs LUKE KOZLINSKY - KIEV, RUSSIA Master of'Scit'nce T B H M. E.: B.S. Missouri, '28g .lu nlor Faculty. A. I. HARNRY VIc'roR MITCHELL CART!-IAGE, Mzss. Commerce fb I3 K, 2 II, A E Il I'l0l'l0I' Roll. '24-'28: B.S.. '28 Ala U0-mil: Junior Faculty: Commerce Japan. I Club. . A -X , ' 'T ' -wi , P L v A"3JJ . ag ,W? g's, me -A' -- . .. ' . . . -' " - .. . -- J' "iv NX . - 954 la ff gdoimei Nt ' I H0336 " 4 ,A is 0 A ' ' vgk L 030 . . , . W - ' 1 'N I ' - .- I .: 4 J .3 -2 11 2?? msZ, f W , . X - K N WALTER Sco1"r MINTER, JR. ERInGEPoR'r, ALA. Commerce A K All Quadrangle: Phllomathlc: Winner Company Competition, R. 0. T. C., '28: Scabbard and Bladeg Captain Comnany F. '28g Juulor Faculty: B.S., '28: Alabama Commerce Club. MRs. CARY P. NELSON MILLIZRVILLE, ALA. Master of Arts ' K A II A.1'-I. Education Club. EDITH SANDERS BESSEMER, ALA. Master of Arts ALMON CLARKE STABLER TI K A GREENVILLE, ALA. Commerce A 2 II Alabama. '27g University Ac- RS. countant: QU9-dI'H11Frlv: Univvrslfy mme, 'zsg Erosophic. '24: EXQUUHVO Committee, '28: Treasurer Serllm' class, '27g Eupnmns, 'z5: Excelsior. '25: "Corolla" Stuff. '20: Fwshmdh Basketball, '243 Scahbarrl and Blndv. ERMINE WAI.KER A X sz MONTGOMERY, ALA. Master of Arts "Corolla" Board, -'24-'243: Secretary Education Club, '26: President Pyan- Hellenlq, '26g Pan-Hellenic, '24- 265 . 1- L . 4 p 5 I I i l I I l I I l . . CARY P. NELSON MILLERVILLE, ALA. Education K A IT. T K A B.S. Almmma: Euphian: Philo- UIFLUUOI Junior Fnvultyg Ecluvntlon Club: Presldnnt Grnduntn Srrhool, '2!l: Varsity Dobntlng Tnnnlz 17l'l?Sld0lll Phllomathlc, '29, GEORGE RAIFGRD OLIVER, JR. TUSCALOOSA, ALA. , Commerce A 2 II, A A 11 Baton Club: 0fTlco1-st' Club, '27: Cnrlot Regular' Lloulennnt Colonel, '2'7: As- sistant lvlrmagor Illlio 'Pr-mn. "2lig Rlflc Team, '26: University Band. '25g C0mml'I'f'G Club: Junior Faculty' Treasurer Senior Class. EDGAR MARVIN Scorr . A X BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 'I' ll K, X ll fb Glc-e Club: A.B.. '27, Alubnrnn. RUTH SWAIM Z '1' A TUSCALOOSA, ALA. TI Pam-T-Iellenln Council: Keystone: Art Stuff: J3lnr:kl'rlnrsg .Tunlor Faculty. WILLIAM EzzELL WI-II'rE ANNISTON, ALA. Master of Science ,AIcA,onfIf. I'2E,-Lx Baton Club: Junlor Faculty, '28: Fel- lowship, '28g Rifle Team, '28g Unlvvr- sity' Band. '26-'28g Prvsldx-nt Clues:-I Club: Excelsior: Honor Roll, '26: VllJC'Pl'0Sld.Qllt Sophomore Clnssg Arts , and Science. DORGTIIY YoUNGELoon B fl- A ENsLEY, ALA. 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' - 1 J -': ' I ' 41722 f , -- -ftnwkygl f..,: 'jf' , uf ,' - 21,1 !,1'f'gg , , , , m- ' 3 5 .1 gf jg N -L 'f .5 I f 2 - ,. f . , . if ,,,,,,, ,W ,,,, M, .,,, ,,,, , ,,-,,,,,.,,.M..-,.--.,,....-.,-.NiN .W s ,V - - W--.--M -.---M I. LAWRENCE ABRAMS I 2 A M I I . NATCHIEZ, MISS. 1 . . I ' lndzulrzal Engznccruzy A. A. 15.5 1"mI-'llvllm-nic: Coum-Il. ANTONIO ACOSTA-VELARIIIZ -I1 ll II . PONCE, PORTO RICO . l I Mcdzcznc , I Q SecrctnI'y-TI-Ieamurw-r Gurgas Medic-:II Il N Society. 3 l I I . I IIII.nA E. ALERIGII1' f 'I'UscAI,oosA, ALA. 2 flrts cmd Sciencrs XAfb ' . . 3 I l I 3 I . I I I I . WILLIAM WALLACE ALEXANDER I'2E.X1I-b.AEA,0KXIf 1vIoUL1'oN, ALA. I Arts and Sciences KATIILEEN ALLEN I ANNISTON, ALA. ' Ari: and Sciences EDWARD A. ACKEIIMAN B I2 A VERONA, N. J. Art: and Sciences Freshman Football: Glue Club, '27. '29g DeMulILy Club: Gate Club: Cup- tnln R. O. T. C.. '29: OfIlceI's' Club. CHARLES EDWARD ADAMS ANNISTON, ALA. Com m erce Scnhbnrd and Blade, Cantnln Com- pnny D.: Ofllcers' Club. GENE ALEXANDER Ib I' A BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Commerce Arch cmb. CHESTER GIIAvEs ALLEN II N DOTHAN, ALA. Education EFOBODIIICL Quadrangle: Dovotlvnnl S9'Tr0lf11'y1 B. S. U. COUIICII, '2T. Louls VERNON ALLEN OLD SPRING HILL, ALA. Am and Science: Captain mul Adjutant Scvond Band: Scnbbnrd and Blade. . EQ! A' I i . -1, . sfeafsqv fliltyf ' C fn' gr, -DQLQ lv' . 75... A I -A "Q "iff I- I"' Ex I I I 1' A YE'-I . A f if . ' .Vw 'wg -gr, gg 'fi ' ' H ' " - .U . .. 5... -, N' A ' f I' ij! Q ' ' X ' 3 -. f'- "5 A . - ,E .,5. w,I. . . I . . I . I f 'Q .Aff sm, 4 .E 5-Sfig . ,- - - - - ,pr gg 9 I I I I V I ORTICE ANDER5 I GREY ANDERSON , : 'An . 0 1 X1 1 .1 .J -' f . ' . . ll E Q A I ' T' I I GORDO, ALA. 1 E X , ' Education A GALA, VA- Phllomnthicg. Edumttlmz Club. I ' ' Laww VII'g'lnla Toch, '26g Klng Cullugo, '27. Q BURTAJN WILMOT ARMSTRONG 5 l K X 1 KATHERINE ARGO I 3 DOTHAN ALA. ' . I 'V 1 A A A I ' Arla' and bczcncex I JASPFR ALA . , . Blum Key: Buxton Club: T'l't'Slll4!llf - , " Baton Clulw, 'zsg owm cum, 'zag uni- Aff-' and 301011625 1 I vlrrsity Band-1 R. O. T. C. Bnnalg Pre- X Law Club, '26, V 1 ' ' i A l - EI.IzAEETII Arwoon I 'ROBERT IERIs'rER AsIIcRA1f'I' A A A Q E A E TUSCALOOSA, ALA. FLORENCE, ALA- I Arts and Sciences Lau-w "Corolla" Stuff: Sororlty Editor. - "C0I'UIl1l" I Pun-Hel lenlcg Black frinrs. KI'll','l'KA.POA . Assistant Editor "Crimson-Whlte"g Debating Team: Glue Club QU2U't0l: ' U. D. C. S4.'h0llU'HhlIl. ' ' 'I 1 ALBERTA INGE AUSTIN I ' l A K K 1' ,I JULIETTE AUERBACH MOBILE, ALA. l ' A 1' A I - I MONTGOMERY AIA I Art: and Sczence: 'Q " il I xAfr1.IIA2 A , , Af'-' and 5m"m" H "Crimson-Whltn" Staff, '22, '23: Y. K A If NV. C. A. Cabinot, '25g Treasurer Chl , Q 1 H Delta. Phi: Scc1'eta.ry-Troasurel' Pi Hypatlug Blncalcfrinrsg Junior l'm-- Delta Sigma: Education Club: Spunlsh Ulty: C0ntuInpm'uI'y IJ lllltlflkf fflllhl Club. 1 Glen Club: "Cl'lIllS0l1-Xvhllfl''1 RUN- - stone: Pu.n-Hullenlu. i l I I JOSIAH D. BANCROFT 4 BERNICE BAMBER 3 N A I . X BIRMINGHAM, ALA. JAs11ER, ALA. Medicine g Education 4, X Girls' Gum Club' 'zu' 1 Gorgas Mvdlcal Society. g I3 'JAC' ' I A f all I . Ah T154 ' ' Aww 'X A .f mmf- .X I f www, ,SEQ 61 I 'R " I -, .., . m l gs, me -I -- , ., 'T Af ZIP INIZ ' Q Q A, AASZ' I .Af gm '-fqgii' -1 A - 0 V ' , eh v v- xi.. ' 'N ' X :-O . q x , . . . - 4 WA im 'A 0 .7 -. J .xii f . 1 ' K' - - -.. . i g fs , . f V f' Z' ax' 2 Q 'P' -,-1 A - 'f""m"'1"""'2"-"-1'-i'1 'w,f"' Mk, 1- lx I J JF 2-ff yr' SP7 l a-W of e 3 1 'hh-Q-3-LyS:ff4K.ff Q ' if' in -H ' :C ' J A fra-,-W lmMwW-M-- ---K -Q A-I--M-H--kwx-N if--ia H A, .,w, A ,,.,, ,. ,L ,, ,.., , .4.., ,,,. , , . , , , .....,.....- ...A l 1 Q17 :X 'H Q - CHARLES B. BARMORE A A 'N WILLIAM H. BARNARD ARCADIA, LA, UNION GROVE, ALA. Enginecring Mfdifillf 'Scnhbard and Blndv: Hotfix' Gnu-gn ' X B 'IN I' E E, 0 K NP Delta: A' I' M' M' E' Sm-nblmrd mul Blzulc: A.B. Alulumm. VVILLIAM Arfrm: BARNm"r Lois ECHARD BARMNGER 9 X A E A ROGERSVILLE, ALA. NQRTHPORTY ALA. Arts and Srzrnmv Aff, and Scimw, JunlorTr:1r-li Munngor, '27g Soorutnry R, 0. T' C. S ,l '27. , E,- Senior cum, 'zog "cm-mm-' smrr, '26, 0,,g?ff:Q'Club" 1"""' 1' SoLoMoN BAXTER Fos1'ER CAMPBELL BECK ASHFORD, ALA. GLENWOOD, ALA. Edittaiiml Caylnngrg-g K A II Mnsonlc ffluhg E4l1n':Lllon fllubg Prvsl- ldnnt Senior Enlltox-lnl Glass. 4 Ronmvr K. BELL K 2 TUSCALOOSA, ALA. LESLWHNS BEL" Ari: and Sciences I 0 A K, A 'I' E nozmk, ALA. H l , A' Club: Ju:-xonsg Blue Kay: Vino- AYIJ and Sc'1f?7lCn'5 Prenldum, Omlcron Dultn. Kappa: N Sfrahburd :md Bhulng Vice-Presldmu A 19 Af X B 'D' 'I' B H Olllrzorsx' Club: Hcml Cheer LezLdvx': Junior Faculty, '28, '29: Junior' Far- 'gllumof' Mmmi-'ffl' VlU'HifQ' fB11F'k'ffbi1lll nlry in Biology, '28-'29: Honor Roll, Umlgul R130 fflflmi COUIUOI1 Com- '26, '28: Pre-Mwl Club, Prenlclc-nt Pro- nmtvel Pill!-!'U'll0lll0 f70l1llC1l2 Cade'-t Med Club. '29: Corrrspomllnp: Hur-ro. M'-1-10" fi- 0. P. C.: Phllm-nuthin: Fo-- mry Alpha Epsilon Dolm. izifffl'33gi'LL:FH'l"iljulllglfvpmni Cfllgmif- . - - -.1 ul tum: " mn- uml--Jzmnm-1-" StuI'lT. GEORGE ROBERT BnNNm"r, JR. ll K -Iv JOHN L. BENNETT Momma, ALA. 'I' X Enginepring HIGH POINT, N. C. S. A. M. E.: SY. PnL's Commlttoo. Medfffnf ,-qfxh -- -.K- rf' ' HYIYTK A , ' 'fi' G 325.51 K f 1 X ' X r ii . .. , , I .. ' - Q-I :IQ " 5557 J ll - LL -. . ef al. 1, yo, , XL 454. .. LW A A Sgo A ll m?se..f2' ,R-QCL1.. 1: fgffigbf. L - I 4' 1 . ,fg - L52-1 -- ff' , , -"" A 6 f . W 77 T"v"""""XN"M -Yfffcif-"1--'4V'Xl Aw it--fff,CQ.5 0513515 gl qwcgx-'JE I 'orare-SQIQ-00 1 f 44 ' QQ-,f'if7'EEYIf fflF'oQ""ffi plvg-4. jflx K 'W' mm Mila,-jjngm ,l,A. w,W,,,,,J U - 'wo ,A AH KQEQ v' Q1f?2HiT55f U 'A 1f:.g1f' j N ' 55 Q MW WW4m'MfAWm-M! 'A 5: ,.5"' lwQ" g s ji Y',TiT: Lf- ,311 0 1 X ,, ""lI""."" "4" ' f-ff o 47 - Q - f" -- --, f,...,f ' .: A.. fl gyf jk - , . o w. 11 V4 . .- 4. -A, . - - L. I , N, fi-G' ,Q f. - A, ., ' - - ,, r g 1- , . N, - .e.. A , Q S H ,, 'D x,,,,, P, A . "f"'r." .V A' Q 60' Q53 Q I -- - .1,.- .4 .ILQ V A --I A I ,g XX g W. -A ' I I 1 I mf ' ',4 'la ' ,. -3 : 0 N . A ,Ar 5, .ay kw , --M---M ---'-- -'-f - HQw- N A -.Aw-------J-. ji, M e, ,,,L,,-,,,mM Mm'sR2IgEqlBsuLIN RAYMONA BERTRAM wEs'r BLocToN, ALA. Arts and Sciences I-lov DAvm BLACK 'P Q X FORT PAYNE, ALA. Commerce Scahhard and Blade: Vic-e-Prc-sldont Studvnt Governmc-nt Assoc-lution, '29: Freshman Football: Varsity Football:- Quadranyrleg Forensic Council: Y. M. C. A.. Prosldont Cabinet, '27, Y. M.- C. A. General Soon-tm'y, '29: R., 0. T. U. Lieutenant, '28: "Corolla" Stuff, '27, '29: Captain li. O. T. C., '20. Jl'IANNE'l'l'E BLACKLOCK K A TUSCALOOSA, ALA. Arts and Sciences X A -I-, ll Blm-lcfrlfwsg Rcfglrm-um! SlHmsm'. '25: Snnrotnrv Stratford Club: Ru4.glm"nml Stuff Snonsnr, '2S: Hypntlag llonor Roll, '27. '23- JOHN CLYDE BLAIR TALLAUEGA, ALA. Arts and Sciences Eduration Club, Plxllonmlhlr. PRESTON Comm: BLAKNEY KENNEDY, ALA. Comm eree "cr1.mmn-whim" Staff: "C01'0ll1l" N Staff, '28, Conxnwrvn Club. 'Wi' gk 5 . V " Z" .kin f A f,., - ?' T I . X, , ,. bi .gr . I-f .1 I A 3. Nui My fx X Axfib VINEGAR BEND, ALA. Arts and Sciences X A 'I' Honor Roll. '2G. '28: ,Junior Fm-ully WxLLxAM Tl'lOMAS BLACK A 'l' Q MEMPHIS, TENN. Pre-Mzfd Key-Ice: Night 1-luwk. SAMUEL CRANFORD BLACKSHEAR II K A HEADLAND, ALA. Arfs and Sciences fr- X ICl'flS01l.hlC, '29: Eupliluns. '28g 11,-0- M"d Club. '26, '28Z Vlf'l"17l'L'Slfll5llf Pro-Mvcl Gluh, '28. REGINA Fokwma BLAIZE BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. Arts and Sciences Nuwnnm Club: Edna-ntlon Uluh. Ganson W. BONNHK fb B II ROANOKE, ALA. Medicine PVC'SmUnf GUFIEYLH Mcdlrnl Souls-ty Masonic Club. fffklr' K 'DSX C' J RQ VV -fy I lb N"' .9 egg' 0 A of vfiflq ff .Li S fl. -f Mirza az: .src-.A1v::1:.r::Nxun1f:sY5f1xs.w' "1 Q ' Q., 7 "" "M-'H f - - -- f ' 4.1: . . .Q-. ,h : ' 3 1,-Uk ,.,1fg1'jIjAi.'K-:-TT., j"'-.fE:"g. N,-x ,S K , A Ye . ,, , 4 , 1 5 . ' V.,-11. - , ' -1- - , b .I XY?-'ie.jFiSEVl,Aik'mZWCFiEDBf 1 , ' .' , al l V! , X'bf,n Wm A ff l 'J KFA . f K I x 'A 3 1 l 'A f - J Q 5.. -J 1 l I ' ' , : yf j , I 1 . - ' v'g31,7s,ig Q' I -"Q 1 L, ffm, .fig - f . ..... . . -. il f A '- yfslel ,. ,ufjT'Xt"!,f'ffI1,.4A A 3 T1 1- Ag- A ,iff A 3 Q,--, ,fm ,. 'far Q--. .Z 4,1-riitpfsf' -L 1' , X H Q-f,.fQ'., 1 ,,.A-ef, Wi? f fl'-li" 'Va 1 :N HN. " K f - X :ff i .- -5"f':xlW 35,1 "'-fl1"5'x4fY4 LV A 1?1ffvfrAf45f-' WWW? 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Arts and Science: A E A, X B 'ln K ll 'lf Key-Icnp Svnlwlmrrl mul Hlmlug Olli- cors' Clubg Avljulmlt lflr:-xl I3zl.l:1lll1vng Pre-Mod Club: "Corolla" l'iuzu'rl, 'ZHJ Euphirtn. CORA CARR lhusxnv A I' A LAMAR, coLo. Art: and Scim1c'c'.v ' K A ll Vlvu-Prnslclc-nt l-lyputlng Y. XV. C. A. Cnblnc-t. '27- '25l: Kuysxtmmg Pm-s-cillunt Unlvvrslty Bunrrl nl' NVmnun Vulz-rs: University Dl:bnl.lm.: Club: Chl Uultn I'hl: "t1m'nll:1." '29. ARTHUR Lv'1'roN Buomuc, JR. X -I- MoN'rc:oMRRv, ALA. Commerce OAK.2U.AK'l'.AA2.I Blur! Knyg Jasons: Arch Cluhg .llmmr Roll, '25, 'ZRQ Junlur lfmrultyg XVII:- nur xVHl'Ll-Sf.1'H.l'Ill! Sf!h0lll.l'l-llllllj l"ruN- ldl-nt Slpzmn. Em: I'rcslLh-nt Alplm Knmm Pell: Sm-retury Sanlor Ulm-wg Sworn-tary-Trl-nmlrvr Arvh fi l u bg Tram-ulrcr Omlc-ron ln-ll.:l, Knmmg Exccvutlvu Cmnmlttm-Q .Tunlnr I'ron1 Cumxnlttme, '28, EDNA EARL BOSTON A E A 'l'USCAl,00Sll, ALA. flrls and Scimccs Louls DANIEL l?ovLAN, JR A X A MOBILE, ALA. Com 111 crcn A K ll' Rho Alpha 'l':m, '26g ml'0NUllllll'. '25, Dovua MAR'l'lN BRIDGES 'rusCALoosA, ALA. Ari: and Science: El'0F40Dhl1', '2fig Xvlnnmr Atwater Rmlln Aufllllmn. '27, '2Rg Glrls' Club, '27, '29, JIQRQMR M. BRl'l'CllliY 1' 0 A Nlzw YORK, N. Y. Ari.: and Sciuncns -Knut Glen Honor Roll. '20, '28g Junlor Fur-ulltyg Olllvurs' Ulnbg Excelsior: Euphlnn: Pro-Lluv tl I u bg "Cx-lnmulm-Nvhllu"5 ''ltaunnun'-Jn,n1n1er"g "Um-nIl:L" Stul'l': Glue Clubg Frushnmll '1'rnuk: Publlvltv Cfunmlttong Mlllmry Bull. CIIIZSLEY B. BROWN JASPER, ALA. C0llI1llL'fCl.' Crnnxnuwzu Club. 1 . '52 F - MV VYl cs c , L A 1 R CoRuE1'rs BROWN A X 9 A TUSCALOOSA, ALA. , 3 Arts and Sciences ' 'II , . Treasurer Pl, '27, '29: Paul-HL-llonlu, 1 '26, '29: Trcasurvr Girls' liubatlng , Society: Svcrutury of Koystoneg Blaokfrlars: Gate Cfluhg "Corolla" l Staff: Education Club: lrlyputla. V E 1 -1 5 SAMUEL BROWN L N z n 'P L MOBILE, ALA. - i Co m m erce . 5 l Lois BUCRNER RAGLAND, ALA. l , Arts and Sciences 1. X A 41. K A II U l Hyrmtlng Vice-President Womfm'S Council: Executive Committee: Assist- . :mt in Library. '27. '29? Y- VV' C',A' , Cnblnotg Tr'esu-xurm' Y. W. C. Au 27' 'esp Honor non: Erosovhlfhz P- W- G- at Blue Rldpre: Secretary Kamva. W l Dc-lm Pi. . l l I ALICE Jos BURNS A nouamz SPRINGS' ALA' a Education Education Club: Spanlslm Club. X . Lawxs TAYLOR BYRUM . '1' Q X JONES, ALA. Arts and Sciences Eaucuuon Club: Omcers' Club: S- A- . RICHARD HAIL BROWN fl- A A BIRMXNGHAM, ALA. Lalw Srnlwlmamwl and Rlximlc-g'llox1u1' R Law Journal Board: A.13. Alnlmmn, nll, '28g , MAcx' BUCHANAN K E OPELIKA, ALA. E1zginm'ring l Band, '26, '28: Baton Club, 'Treasuror , Baton Club, '27. I V l I l josrcmr Pscuss BURCI-IFIELD, Q TUSCALOOSA, ALA. MRS.3 Arts and Sciences f ANNA KALI'IlERINE BYRUM N L X S2 N l BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Arts and Sciences T'Iv'l'Hflll'llf Y. VV. C. A.: ViL:o-Presb l chant Honor Council, '29: Wommvs 3 Cfnunr-ll, '26, '28: Contemporary De- lmtlnp.: Club: Krystone: Erlu4-Minn Club: Sluts: ChU.il'l'll5l.Tl Y. W. C. A., '27, '28g League of Women Voters. ANNA CAMPBELL A X Q MONTGOMERY, ALA. A rts and Sciences 2 Q JL- E7 :L A A Aw L ' A .A 53-Ig AZN- ' Vg' ZFXYA-A. A , 1? ls A . . i 1,, 4- I - 4- Q -.. 49 0 35 ' J'-.AA AQA A Aw M A 42 Qfa A A k"7 -T I ,V ' 4 xg' - LHBALLY .4 AA VVY' Qzp'i1l W W ,,-,- ,, . '," '-.' - W on f N WILLIAM HLRSCHELL CAMP HORTOJJ CAMP Mumfonn, ALA. H N Commerce Mumfonn, ALA. A K .p Medicine fb xl ' Phllomathlcg Srrcrotnry Alnlm Knppn Psi: Commerce Club: Conmu-rco l.l- brarlnng Junior lfzuzultyg 1U'IPUl'U'l' Phllonmthlc. JOHN MILLARD CAMPBELL 2 X DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. Commerce 0 A K Blue Key: Jasons: Skulls: "A" Cluhg Baseball. '25, '28: Basketball, '25, '28. HUGH W. CARBON cLN'rRn, ALA. Arts and Science: A'l'E,l'9A.KAH President Phllomulhlc, '28g Pre-sldcnt Pl.e,Law Club. '27g Pl'0Hlc'l6lllL "Al Smith Club: Club Ghilnolllnog Junior Faculty: "Corolla" Stuff. '29Z S1'f'l"f- wry-Trunsurcr Forcnshz Counullg Flnt Cang lllstorlnn, Senior Class. ALBERT FANNINC CASEY ORANGE, N. J. Arts and Sciences JOHN L. CLAY A " -if MORE H BAD, KY. President Sophomore Modlcrxl Class: Junior Faculty: "Corolla" Stuff: Forensic Council. l MORGAN PETTUS CAMPBELL PLAN'rtmsvlLLn, ALA. 5 Commerce A JAMES L. CARTER 2 fl- E Mumfonn, ALA. Law 2:A'K. PGA B.S. Commerce, '27: Eclltor-ln-Chlol' "Corolla.," '29g Commerce Club, '26, ' '29: Euplllxms, '25, '29: Law Forum: "Corolla" Stuff, '25, '28: Forensic Council, '251'Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. '26. '2D: Representative to Blue Illllgc, '25g Fellowship ln Economics. '27: Junior Faculty, '27, '29: President Junlor Faculty. '2Sl: Associates Editor ''Rnmnmr-.l'mnmor," '20g Associate Iddltol' "Crimson-White," '2Bg Club Ghlbelllnn. '28, '29: Flnt,Cm1, '28, '29: fI'llllornn.thlu, '29g Exe-cutlvo Commit- tee, '20. JACK JOLLY CLARKSON fb A 0 TUSCALOOSA, ALA. Engineering 9 '1' Bluckfrlara, Quudrunprln. PERc1vAL ELLSWORTH CLnMlzN'r NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y. Enginecring Medizine V X n -lv, 'r n Ir. ll M I4 fb X A .gtulilllorzgfafggtyel Rplggnithlcp ll-lonor 0 .l , , llhlms. so pllnmlan ol' , JE C S c. ea , 'jzwclf-.N ' Y x 'Ti A CX . fc-R 1- lflkkifv we-SASll2Z',:.'A'zf L1 A Ain, af - -,-.4 .,.?q Wim 3. . ,. . .,, . . ., 6 .2 i f V .2 W nl ."-3101 5.90, - Q f . , H, - 'N -, -.5 it-' E W3 'ff 1145 253 1 l ll ll I Q . f i n QQ ' - Q1 f' A . -' ' - - . f . , .. L A-.. hs . XA-if 1 gg X Ar, Ml. -.4 , !,.......,.....,- ..,, ,RM-W 4,-A-WA,--M K -fm K , gg ' ' ' ' 17, - ' Q N r--V 7 "- f V ' 'YH . , 'l 3 1 HARWELL E. COAL!! A ' 5 E X MARY CORNELIA Coma A JACKSON, Miss. 1 jx X 9 1 COLUMBUS Mlss. , 1 Commerce ' N , V 2 HL A K xp Ll Af!! and Sffenfgg N Assistant ln Treasuruws Ofllcc-. A I JEFFERSON JACKSON COLEMAN X 4 A X ! SARA HART COLEMAN LIVINGSTON, ALA. A 3 K K 1' I Cownem, LIVINGSTON, ALA. ' 0 A K, A -rw E. A 2 Ir. A A 2 f Education Jasons: Blue Key: "A" Clulng Blur-kf Q GI. l .. friarsg Quadrangle: Cnnlmm-ue Cluhg 1 L0 Club' 28' Z9' Executive Commlttcv. '28: Pan-lleI- , lenic Council. '24g Ernsophlc-, '24 ' Junior Prom Committee, '27g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '24. '20g "Hnxnmnr-Jnm- mer," 'ZEQ "Corolla," '26: Hurlmsrm- 5 XVhlte," '26g Vice-Prrsldont Fresh- I man Class, '24. A JACK CQNREY, JR. 4 A T A 1 RANDALLSTOWN Mn. ' WxLLxAM Jsucs Cowan 5 , v' gb A 9 ' Arts and Sczenres EUFAULA, ALA. , X Arts and Sciences 1 1 Key-Ice. 1 5 i OLMs'rEn COPELANU I' KENNETH WILLIAM CooNs A fb 22 K GOODLAND, KANS' N TUSCALOGSA, ALA. W Arts and Science: ,N 3 E Arts and Science: A A E A, A M II W "C0P0gta'gfSEggl. 38:3"Crimson-Xvhltlr' mee Club, 'zs. A ji H ' ' 'OH Squad- 28- A A1 i 1 I A TAFT Roumvr CoRUM ff fb I' A , GREENUP, KY. NELLE SEALE Couursn Arts and Sciences PHENIX CITY, ALA- w . II I' M A Educatwn ' A A 27232, C M' if 3 J l I . - my -W , ' 3 -X ,f , A A.. -H . Y... A ..... A A A, , W, , - af' . 1 - f' ' -F ,X A ,f i ..-JSR fd.,-x '7'54"x N 9' -1:':g7:x-s45'a.- V- lg rx, ,q,..-.A wg-N .. . 'A ' f XXX, ,.A yfgily, '- ,ff-X'-A f. v ,A 5,-,V Q A. . A ,. 7 , A -AN ,. A ., 1 1 gig -..pf AVA 93 A. , , A A, f- -Af --f Q9 AHA ffvffg up-A l. ff A - fl f7N'f.:ff ' ' A 1 A- llvf- ff' L li...,,,,,E,-mg,,,,,,,,j.'.,f1-,-w.,J 9 V- I 'ZZ if . -5 --A-A-.............,-...L,fl,:fff,x " xl' ,bfi-f E7 9 - " " ' ' f,L . .1 .11 5 1 g 'TE -G ' "f 'f'-2' ' A-'I' -W-W '.- - .... - f '. 'Ar , - ":- ' 52' , - ' M 1 ' A A Q-Qdfgl, 4:f,,, " g Q an ,G ' -- f ' 'Y A- -f 'N s ' ' 1 -. LYNAAA. M1 YA' NS Y . 5. .. "' fy '- 'S , - : f Qu- , A A, -1. ff- A ,pn-it f ,vZ1.,-.X -1- 42 ' N- ff ,T All "4 A :Q . af AY YA., -.4-7. . 1 - A 0 uf Lf w i l I Lf!7?J"! 1 :ZF V . . .f. ...' '?ili.11i1'.T I I 5 IIENRY NOLAND Cunwsrmw I GREENVILLE, ALA. l 3 Commcrrc 5 Comm:-rf-a Cluhg Olllr-vm' rtluhg l.h-u- 1 tenant of Bzltlswy K. 5 I E LxLL1AN MARLANIQ Ckosm' J 1 1 f LX.. WAYMON DALLAS CRENSIIAW FAIRFAX, ALA. Com m ercv E Il, A E Il Vir-1--I'l'nsIrl1'!1t Ss-nlur Vlnxsg Ilnnul Roll, '25, '27: "I'I'llllHllll'NVhIIl"'I Sme- retury-'l'rvmmre-r Pulvnm-wv C l n Img Junior Faculty: Phllumnthlr-, '29. SlII?FFIEI.Il, ALA. Commcrcl' XVfmm.n'n Cnunuil, '29: Y. W. ff. A. Cnhlnut, '28, '29: Vim--T'rvl-clmlvnt nt' Y. XV. C. A.. '28, '29: ll.-l4'l-wif' IH Blue ltldgc. '2'Ig Cmxnnwm- l'luh, '25, '29: Gum Club: Glu-re l'luh, '29: Hhllwl- HAROLD JAMI53 CRUMI3 llnc Club, '29: Junlm' Fm-ully: 'I'm-:m- ll' A urer League of Xvomvn Vntl-rs. 0 SYRACUSIE, N. Y. Mrdirin' IKIENRY S. DANIEL L 3 A 1.1 N E N BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Arls and Sciences Svnlvhnml and Blmlr-C Eros-xuplmlr-Q Froslmmn Orntor: Tlmnuu-1 Mmlulc First Lieutenant R. O. '1'. ff.: Olll- Qers' cum. DAVID Liars DARDIEN NOR'I'lIPOR'I', ALA. CLYDE WALKER Dlxvmsow Aff, and Sfignfgy FLORENCE, ALA. Commercz' OAK.XII.A2lLAAE Blue Kay: Prnsldemt ol' Class, '29, Honor Roll, '26, '25lg Sl-r'x'setm'y Oml- cron D1-ltn Kappa: I'z'4':-Jlclc-Ill Alphu Q V i IJ:-lm Slglnn: Pro:-sldunt Colnxnun-0 MAHIHAW HENRY DAVIDSON ftluhg Vivo-Pm-sldont Slmnn Em, "A" A K E ffluhg Cross Cnuntry. '20, '27: Vurslty 'l'rm-k, '27, '28g Ijlllllllllllflilfi: Eu- COIIOES, N, Y, phlnn: Yvnrd Stvrtw-Prlzv, '27: Quucl- rmnclm-: Jxuaonsc: Junlrn' Favully: Hx- ' ovutlvn- und llnnm' Oommlttcs-,, '27, Am and Scwnl-M '28: Lntudy Accounting Prim-, '28. HELEN Acmss DAVIS A X 9 LEWIS LAMAR DAVIS BIRMINGHAM, ALA. K A Art: and Science.: BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Tl Commerce Y. XV. C. A., Pnnvlffollcnlr-, '28, '29, Beauty Section, '27. A K 'P I . . - h .,.b,Qy.Xv I V , V. ' 1' yxzwllf rj.. -' I , , 1 5. ., LV A . .fx,'f,,'. , X l , .3-,f' .V IT," -. 'fbvlhf-51 1 Q H T1 XI R 1 .. "' M' . f.. . , .U ll ' 'Qf".X', ., A '.',j,ff1fIQ,"f'5k Q-H :ijlf-f " 'tw' A "B k-Qc" :E ' ' .' N , v .--1' ' 'fff..-N". -X ' 1 194 ' x X 1. 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E5 Q11 DAVID I.Lm'n D11JAnNE1"1'1e 5 9 Commerce A X ix 51 BESSEMER, ALA. 1 1 :' I - . . 1 Eleclrlcal Engmnrrmg 1 2,1 Scnbburd and Binds-3 S. A. M. I-L: 1 X Olllcors' club. 1 1 SIDNEY M11.1'oN DENTON if 1 I 1: . ALLsno1zo, ALA. 1 Eleclrical Engiuefriug if j x1xf1f.11m1E,'1'n11 11 ef .. .. . , I- "I Enw1N DEW . 1 . A su.-r.-wry cm n tn 11111: S. A. M. E.: 11 lg "S" A 01110-11-S' cum: 1101101- non, '27, '2s. 1? .11 ll K A 1g gig Pllll.Al'JELPlllA, Mxss. V 5 flrt: and Sciences E 1 1 f A 1 I 1 11 2: L 1' 1 ' JOHN HARRY DEV, jk. if 15 A x A if 11 I 1 5 EVERGREEN, ALA. , 5 LAURENCE RALPH D11.L, jk. , . . j Arts and Scienfas 3 E 1. l 1 ' 1 , . f Excelnlor, '27, '28: Erosuplllv. 225, 'Wi 1., 1 Y. M. c. A. c:n1,1n--1. '29: l'01'lPllF"' gg 1: 1 Councll. '28, 'ZDQ Prusldont Excelsior if ii, '2s. Ig 115 ' ii ! ' . 12 E. 1 1 I . 3 12 5' 1 ! 5 5 . . , f How MClVllOR'l'liR Donna, JR. 5 ii i ch A 11 Q 1muv11NcHAM, ALA. 1 5 Q 1 5 . 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I LEON MAURICIE DUNNING 'l' II X ,' 1'IIoMAsvILLIe, ALA. ll Commercial Engineering ll, X I 'I' Il II ' Pro:-Ilclnnt Sunlor P:lll.!l!l1'Gl'llllK Clznwg l Presldont. Society nf A. M. E.: T'I-wll- Il I dent A. A. E.: Sluulwetnry-'1'I-u:IsuI'I-I- I 1 Ofllfzors' ffluh, '28, '20: Honor Roll, I '26, '28: Treasurer St. Putfn ComnIIt- 5 0 too, 2.9: JuIIlnI' Faculty, '28: C47l'l'1l- , sponding Snvrotnry Sl'!I.hhlll'd :Ind I Blade, Cmlvt M n j n rg RAEKIIIIIEIIHLI ,f Adjutant, FIII-IIIII-Ile Coumzll. ' CLAY S. DURIm'I'I' f Lnw Journal Slnff, '27, '28, '20, Svc-- l'f!tH.l'y Junior Law Class, '28: Presl- clont Nvornnns' Cnunnll, '28, Wlnnur 1-Iyputin Cup, '2S: Pro:-Ildunt KW'yHl0Ill'v '28, Xvlnnor Lugnl 1i1'Hl'l'I.I'I'll l"I'lz1-. '28, "Corolla" Stuff. '29: lloIIoI- Roll '28. STEPIIEN ANTHONY Duluclc K A unssnmlm, AI.A. Ari: and Sciences ETIIEI. EIIIIINS A A A 5 2 N N V TUSCALOOSA, AI.A. E CONDO' MA- Tj ' Art: and Srienfcs I Education Junior l1'IIuIIlt.yg "Um'nllu" SIIIIT. 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I, C77 s .1-frm A ffil ' b it .fr if ' ff? l i K -Wi W If 'm'7W"""x'l Q.5XJl ff!f6wP f i GEORGE Em, 5 HUGH L. Enwmms gl FORT PAYNH, ALA. v Education 5 Glen Cluh, '29: "Corolla" Stuff, '29: Phllonmthle, '29. HATYIESBURG, MISS. X Chemical Engineering , 1' 2 E, X B fl' ' A. A. E.: Junlnr Fmrully- ' V l Wn.LmM A. Eu.1s A 3: A E l FLORENCE, ALA. , 1 , N Art: and Srience: - l I A . I FRANK FIELDING ELLIS 3 1 0 A K. X B fb. lx B 4-. A lf! A. 4- X I ' 1 Q President Jasons: President Cutllllnn l SANDY RIDGE, ALA. 5 W Club: President Class of '2R: Vivo- . , Presldent Senlor Class. '20: Pro:-:ldnnt ! A115 and SCMIZNZS Junior Prom Commltteez lf'r1-slnnnn 5 A Cl b V it B h ll '27 In Football, l'25: Varsity Footlmll. 26, - " " U ' nrt! y 2150 ll l - '28: "Cnr0ln" Stuff. '2!', '28: R. 0. T. I ' '29, C. Major: Elwsonlllr-: l0fllI!4'l'S' Club: I Cmnmltten Mllitnry Hull: Svnhhnrd and Fllsulu: Honor Roll, '2fl: Pre-Med Club: Key-Tue: Blue Key. ! Q GoonMAN BASIL Es:-Y ' T Q X I Momus ELKINS EUFAULA' ALA' A I' . . En nwarm NEW Yoruc, N. Y. 9 9 ' A. S. C. E.: S. A. M. E.: Masonic , Ari: and Sczence: Club. I Junior Fnvlllfy. '29- CARL ,Saxrus Fmuvmk HEADLAND, ALA. La-w ll' A A JOHN TAYLOR EUBANKS CARROLLTON, ALA- Woonsusv FxNNnsLr., JR. Art: and Scienras X 'X' 3 ,, TUSCALOOSA, ALA. 1 Pre-Luw Lluh. ' ' l Engxnecrmg 0 A K, 0 T. K li Hb Blue Key: Scnblmrd and Blade: , Jasons: "A" Club: Varsity Bum-lmll, w. '27, '28: Fm:-nl1nmn Bm-aelmll, '26: 1: Honor Committee, 'ZS: Cadet Colmu-l. J MARGARET FAULK 'zsg Presicmnr onmm-S' muh, 'zsq il KA TUSCALOOSA, ALA- Cnptaln Scahbnrd and Blade, '28: President S. A. M. E., '28: Pm-sinh-nt A. I. M. M. E.. '27: Treasurer Them Tau, '27, '2S: Vice-Prvslzlmnt Jasons. l . - '28: Vice-President "A" Club. '28: 1, IINJ and Stlentes Executive Cmnmlttne, '28. 1 . fx . 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FLOWERS A K E MONTGOMERY, ALA. Ari: and Sciences Rho Alpha Tau, '25g An-h Club: High Hot Club: Svnbbard nurl Tllndc: Olll- cers' Club: Bmckl'rl1u'ag Baton Club. Pmacv C. ,FOUNTAIN fl' K 1: MONROEVILLE, ALA. Lafw AMI',fI,AA,nA'r.AMfb A,.B. Alnhnmfmz Presld 'nt Junior Law Class, '28: 'Pun-Hellvnlrr. '28g "Co rolln" Stuff, '20, JAMES S. Fam fr: K 21 TUSCALOOSA, ALA. N Art.: and Science: O A K. A fl' E Prosldent Omlcron Dnltn. Kappa: Vice'-Prfenldent Jasons: 'Hluu Koyg R. O. T. C. Colonel: Captain Tennis Team: Captain Scnbbnrd und Blade: Honor Committon: Executive Com- mlttveg Pam-'Hnllonlre Council: Proslh rlent Quad:-Anglo, '28g Blnckfx-mrs. '28g "Crimson-VVhito" Stuff, '28. WILL D. FRY A 'I' 9 UNION cx1'Y, TENN. Art: and Sciences J. Scn,lllm,rd and Tslmloz R. 0. T. f' Captain: Cadet Major Second BM- mllon. CLARENCE VVILFRED FUL'roN X A 2 BESSEMER, ALA. 'I' A A Mechanical Engineering Executive Committee. S. A. M. E4 Ollicors' Club: A. A. E- .-PY' .E .gfh-,.. 09552253 - --WA Qifiki ,QD ! 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ALA. V MOMGOMFRY' QE' mzowws, ALA. l C01711IlEfl't' , ,I i Law If , , 3 1 Q 4, A -1' ' l I Alulmmu Law Journulg Pun-llc-llvnlug A 1 ' l Secretary-Trcnsurcr Senior Lnw Claus. l l ' 1 Tmzo HAAMQN BEN O. I-IARMON A A' A T A . HEADLAND, ALA. 1 a 2 Com m era: U Junior Faculty: "Crlnmnn-Wlmltfn' , '27. '29: Gate Club. '235 Colnnwlrml club. '27, 'zoz vummw M""f"-"' Cfnmnerue Club, '29Z EXUUU I nll. '29- Uyg. Collll- f l MARTIN Lmcn HAruusoN fl' K E , Monrcolvmnv, ALA- , Law fb B K. fb A 4' i, l I Bkuxxrr WrssLsv HAUGIITON T Q X 1 QUINTON, ALA. A . Commerce ' 3, .5 Masonic Club- l N l 3 09:7 , l Tnov, ALA. ., Education lr ll' President Senior Clmxa: "Crlmsun- pf VVhllo" Smftg Junlur Faculty. 4' if OWEN C. HASSELL I CULLMAN, ALA. , 1 Eleciriral Engineering EL TBILIIME ly' .VI -5, Junior Fncullyg lf' u l l 0 w s lx l p ln Physlcsg Honor Rnll, '26, '28. A a ' 1 ' 1 lg SARAH ELLA HAucmoN QUINTON, ALA. 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Spun- I snr. i, F ll' ' I 1 l ' 1 2 1.1 RomIR'I' FRANK HIGGINS 1 Ross LIIII HICKS No'I'AsUmA, ALA. If How. ALA. 11 Mnzifim 1' 9 R -If f Commerce . 13 I 1. E Bumlg Hilfllll Club. 1' I If 1 1:3 I I 1 l1 1 DON E. HILL Q1 i cALvIIR'I' cI'I'Y, RY. 1 Medic'i1If 3 I 1 9 R If E1 I 1 1 1 l 1 1 ' ll 1 1 Rom2R'I' MCCLIILLAN 1-IILL 1 X 5 11' K 22 5 FLORENCE, ALA. :E l Lafw il 0 A K, li I' -If Rho Alrmhn Tuu, '24: Gloc- Cluh, '25- 1 1 '20: Blackl'x'lILrs, '2li3 Snr:I'ntcLI'y-'1'x'uns- l I urel' Student Rody, '28g Exec-utlvu und l 1 1 Honor Cornmltcuug Ax-vh Club: Pxwxl- dent Southern FI-dr:ru.tlnII Collrllv SLU- 1 dentsg "Corolla" Stu.l'l', '26g A'ffl'llIlH0ll' 11 White," '25-'27g QuILrlI'm1glu: Vxwslty Q! Quartet. '25-'28: Pam-llolll-nlr: Loving If N Cup, '2Sg Voice SI:lml:II'I-Ilxln, '25. V l ,V 1 . I!! ' EDGAR PAUL Honcns 131 Pre-Mud Club, '24, '25: Gorgns cul Soclcty. HAROLD CIIIISTER HILL cocIIRANn, ALA. Cifvil Engirzuerizzg Medl- Scnlxlmrd mul Hlxuluz A. S. C. E.: S. A. M. 111. 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'27g Pr'-sldent Qll5l!ll'4lllK'll!, ' '29g SL'crntnI'y rH'l1ll Bldgoorl, '26-'20: I Aaslstzmt Editor Comm:-run Bull:-tin, I '28-'29g Junlor Fmrultyg Junior P1-UIII I Committee. 5 , I WALTER joIINs'roN I K A j GEORGE BURKE JoIINs1'oN VICKSBURG, MISS. l A K E M ndicine E TUSCALOOSA, ALA. 4, B H I Art: and Science: I i II A Z Q Scabbard and Blmle: Honor Rullg I Junior Faculty: Quzxdrumgle. I I I JAMES RILIIY JONES 1 CARL VFANNAHILL JoNIIs TUSCALOUSAI ALA- l rIuN'rsvILLIz, ALA. Art: am! Scimrrs Civil Engineering Education Club. 9 T Scahbard and Blade: Frcshxmm Truck: Presiclifnt A. S. C. A.: Vlufr- I Presldont S. A. M. E.g Olllccrs' Club: R. O. T. C. Major. l 5 SIDNEY KARTUS , K N 2 FRANK JOYCE BESSEMER, ALA. Q H K 'I' Art: and Science: 5 I'USCALOOSA,.ALA. 0 A K E flrt: and Sczencex Bmckmmsi 5 flflrqfzl L fdftwq' - fdiff--441 C-If-A agp. Q .wif 'six -'QESSAQ I fr. will 'M 5 EQ: ij' ' f -L LQ. ll A L im I I IIA.. A A A I. lik . 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B H , Madmmr , , " fb II II PM-sldent K1"y-If-e, '291 Exogutivv W ' Committee. '29g 'ViC'G-PIWESICIBIIY Jllllilll' X Arch Club. Class, 'zsg Rho Alpha Tau. '252 MY' 11 ICS: "Crimson-WVhIt.o" Stuff. '26: ?H"' 11 asltcg Junior Prom Comnwlttfwf 23- 1 '1 1 . 1 ' 1 11 JAMES VERNoN Kmn 1 MARY LouIsE KINCANNIIN 4, A 9 A A I' A BIRMINGHAM, ALA. TUPEL01 MISS- Artx and Scimfcs Lg Edufaffon Rho Alpha. Tau, '25: Arvh Cluhg E" I'al'aHlL0s. I 111 W! I 1 II , , 1 . . FLOM FRANCES KIRKPA-1-RICK , I FRANCES ELLEN KIRKPAIRILK A A A MoN'rcoMERY, ALA. MONTGOMERY, ALA. " Educ-afion Arr: and Sciences X1 Education cmb. sz, X A -1- .LE President PIIn-Hclleniv Gounvlli Hyz N111 Datia? NVmnn.n's fvounvil. '23i Glm' N Club, '28, '29g Kuystnrlv. H . El J. HURLEY KNXGli'f II K fb EUGENIA EI.IzAnm'IfI KIRK IE! BIRMINGHAM' MA. X S2 11 . . 1111 Mvdzczne TUSCALOOSA, ALA. 1 1 , ' U 14 R Z X Aff-' and 5W'm" H11 B.l,lIt. Howard CIIIIQW. '22, Girls' Gln-'rs Club. Q ll ,L P. . 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'28: Fm-ulnnnn 'Prnvlc E Blue-lcl'riau':-up llylmlln, Squad' 24" Cgfgrtshlcxhjg' T' tu: Om- I , . E l Q Cnso LUCAS : A X 9 MAY Brmmfonu Lurz f cmcAco, rm.. 1 K K 1. I Am and Scimrrs 'I MONTGOMERY. ALA. I , Ii . 3 5 'I' I ' X Arlx and Sciences I "Ranma4-r-Jxunnu-r" Stnl'l', '271 ,llltggt I I K A H Q ary Erlltnr ''IIILIIIYIIVI'-J1lIIllIll'I'. . I Y I Blnckl'rlm'n: Educ-mlm: Ululv: AHHIHI- I Ilynntlug Girls' "A" Club: Pnn-l'l0l- pmt Dlrl-1.-lor of Drumutlvng llylmtlzl. 1 lcnlc-, '20: fllrls' Glon Cluhg PI'l'HIf10lIt 5 1' Gh-lu' Glen f1luh:24.27-'28: Kcyutonel I Q Romuvr MAKOFF 3 N IILAKIELY, GA. Q Ari: and Srienres I HARRY CHICK MAncANoFF lg,-0g0,,1,1,-5 ff,-.--I.:uv Club: Ilnnm' ' PATCIIOGUIE, L. I., N. Y. Roll, '25-'28: "Crlmsan-Whllu"3 "Cm ' rollxL" Slnff, '20. I Af!! and SCINIKU 5 . .. . I 3 Gnoucu FOSIILK IVIARSIIALL, JR. 3 IRENE WILLIAMS MARSHALL X fl' . 1 l A l A MARION, ALA. fl I MARION, ALA. I AH' and Snmw' A Art: and Scienrc: Euphlnn, 28: '1r:1uIEf.-y- Mm-lon lnstl- A 1 Ulrls' Honor Cmmnlttefe. '29: 'IJHIVCY' ' nity Dnbutlng Club. , I A 1 , '5'r'v'i' ' ' ,fix , 'LL ll 'wil . xx ff? xxx' ' 'll Fii'.1"fF12 uf If I I A. , ! , 1 I , . I lf I .I A ,ff "5 Xl! "qi A A EE! ' I Lgxgw I fx, Y- f' I A Riff' , A A by '1 af: ,736 ,, . 2735 aff- XQQA N QRRA-4,2 Xw xxx X539 l f b .N LA K Mx.5.,..fff',..5 V, Q I, i Y ' YL N , dfq HEQR-1-Jfixf' l .N..."'2 P X1 'f4.XSlX1 I I, ' ,.-,-vw! 1 k-3 4. ,.-f we ,f,f'.'f pl LW! V V X" W 1 QM If A f::A um- 4'-'17, fm, I 2. f ----H ---- 4' .I H . , , .. A., ..-' H Q: T 1 I ,,.,V A: T,,i::uL,, rm -f A 4 ,A A ,f V, A-,A!.-,, 'Dgmq-m.fH,mma9,, E! ',1f',7.- 7 ' V pm " " ' ' ' """"""""A "WC 'PWM' I--n " mmm W""'L'5"'K yr X HQ 4 9 K 1 ,C Jw-vnu 97 xv f fy fl X I W ly . t I HS? V1 li-5 . N lin? , ?'-T' 11155, -A.- --'- . v ,ni-,k,:uX4 X 1 Y , I ' lj, . Y . E A I I MC .. I 'W 5 cf,f'f?? KWH A A 1 1 , if -,-. : lj. U 01 il ' ' 5 s. A. M. E.: OfIlU4'l'S' CNHI? ll- U- F' I I J A fix?-xi ., V1-av ,Q W - Q Q . - . . i PETER EDWARD MARTIN MOBILE, ALA. Electrical. Enyfnfffini ' President Nowman Club. WALTER PEARSON MAxwEI.L I NORTHPORT, ALA. . Elcctriral Engirterfffly , I C. Ll: ut:-nzmt. V I I I . I l 5 I I l I I HUGH MATIIIS MAsoN LIVINGSTON, ALA. Meclirim' X B dl, 0 K XP A.B. 1927. Alnbmnn. HoRTENsE LGVEMAN MAY A Ib E VERONA, N. J. Arts and Sc'ienci'.I K A ll Ernsophlog Tum-llollcfnic, '26-'20g Ed- uvutlun Clluh: Crmtem1IuI'm'y DI-lmtlug Club: K ystoneg Junior Fnuultyg llarollne Hunt Club. 'I l HENRY JONES MAYFIELD JAMES C. MAYS, JR- I TuscAI.oosA, ALA. H K A I I Law h CROPWELL, ALA- I Arts and Scimcfs I I I Law Forum, '25-'27: Sommervllle. '25- '2'7: Pl'IilomnthlrI, '26, '27: "Crimson- VVhIle" Stuff, '28: "Corolla" Stuff. '29: President Law Forum, '27. l' I , xt I I , FRANCES MEANS I WALTER RANSOM MIEADOWS , B fl- ALEXANDER CITY' ALA, I TUSCUMBIA, ALA. C0.mme,.w I Arts and Sciences H M E. R A II f I I Junior Faculty: Fellowship ln Math. I I 'zog "comm" smfr. '29. III ' I t ' ' I I I TRAVIS E.. MELTON HELEN MENDEL E XI ATLANTA, GA. A. II I , RUSTON' L Q ' Arts and Sczences C07"merM if Girls' Glee Club. K I' -If I ff I Glee Club. E In-RK, I If ' C .. 'iQ':'gTg'M 'I If I r I? -'I ,I I .ff - ,. I. ' . I Cel. 1 .. IIE: 6 ' fig? E! 7 Y ,Y I ilffiz .Qf ILL- f -" 'ff-fA'7'AM '75-ff' - i I- .w...C?'L .qnfil SQ' 'U - 1 'ffif ' Fisk? -. , AIN fa-. 1 1j5'7Ef'. N 'EIS' A R. ff .f,,4,..2g,1, ex I II.-II , I A., qjfi -, I gy- 1: gpm-cl I. :,.IwNf5.J 51 iv Illlfiefvgf fe.: C fe- kii.-L..m-.4.-fI:f.LLil.?::.Q:.w g:5?C"L-33 if 'xi 3 2 UI AJ Riff--ff! QL gd f - E g if 4 -.--.,.,,,, ,Wfv ,,-.......-ff-'-"""" """" I ,, In. I f" ', "2 ' x fl" N , ,...,. .-f ' M . ..-... , , . lx Af w"ii+2Ci'73' ,cf-N rm 1' . -. f ,I If -'Q lm Km-N .Q .. I H rl. K. , 1. 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Alabama, '27: Skulls: Parasites: I , High Hats: "Corolla" Stuff: UIrI:uln.- I , Y tion Manager Alalmlnu Lnw JuuI'IIIIl: f Goll' Tcum, '29. ' I 1 1 MELVILLE LEWIS Ml'l'1'EN'l'IIAL N TROY, ALA. ' I 3 Commerre fl H , l FRANK J. MIZELL, JR. 3 I X H A V I SAMSON, ALA. l k A Law 7 ll '-PAA 'N 3 Tennis Team, '24-'26g Doubles Cham- M plonshlp, '28: Debating Tnmn: "Go- gi rnlla" Board, '24: Sornxncrvllln Lit- I W1 Larary Society: 0fll1:crs'Club, '25: Du- Moluy Club, Vlce-Prez-sldent, '25g Alu- bama. Political Scluncu Club, '24: A.B. , Alabama, '26g Tl'fLllBf0I' George Wmxb- 1 I I lngtun UlllVUI'SlK.3', '27, H lx .5 ,X Qx 1' UA.. CHARLES PIERCE McCoY K A BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Arts and Sciences DEWITT MCKINLEY rom' WORTH, TEXAS Mechanical Enginmrring ROBERT B. MILLER 2 A E HAZELHURST, MISS. Lafw Club: Blmwlcfriarsg Chem-r '27: Glee'Club, '25, Leader. WIMEERLY C. MIREE II K 4: BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Aft: and Science: Il I' M BMHJ. '27g Pan-Hellenic Cuunvll, '29- Ba WILLIAM WRIGHT MONROE II K -I1 EAYE'r'I'E, ALA. Arts and Srienccs nd. '23-'25g "comm" smff, '29. xf 'rflwi' Q I' I l ,x2f,f:,:fQg' ,i I' , XYXR N J W Ii IELEQZQ ffgg- EL I li l 3 . Q.. - if . A ' I , A f - I -I 'ix 1 kill! X .I 13:13. -9 52,2 A1f'.a.fQ ., :E -'-A -,,, ' ' hx- '. .rn . 1, . I N. I A 'X -X, I ,A Q3 fKf3,-.,, I 2 I- I .L M A f I Iv EM A I- ..,.. J ,VV """""FC' '1't'?:1i"xa""'l"'i'l- - - --'f'-- . 5 .Q .5 163' gm QX5S?2 . f5bL'I' ,f .2 A", if E " ,II .-. " Auf '!3.,,,545..BE, -K f , A X :J U mx Q N .NQXXL , I y ,,... I. Q' 1 gift? ,, ,NS , ., f,XX.. f. .J .N , 5. -A A2 ' '.QCL45jgQ?xIf'Qg I X 'V gu i :N la.,f5f7' pg' 15- f-' . Qx ff -.. .-n..,i' . - H . .- A, f A A-fii'-l'1' iff -W - ffe-W M' 'mtl ---' ' V J. .L N lfmE,,we A .3:' -f 'A -fr. ' - , If . ""7f','F,"e ,A,, , ,,,. .., -- .v... ,.,...,-,---A-A f QMRXA All A f- ,f E f T iid' fn WW f 2 LEON E. MOODY L1LA S. MOORE, KMRS., MOULTON ALA TuscALoosA, ALA. Q I ' 3 1 H : ' ' Edumlion 1 I Arts and Sczcnunf l A Education Club. i - E , I ' A l l I i A Q E L JOSEPH ROYAL Mosnv Q J 1 :'l A K E ' MARY AGNES MOORE 'N i ' HELENA, ARK. ' 1 ' - . r 9 NORTHPORT, ALA. l 11 Engwemng Arts and Srienccs jx 9 T 1 3 fl Q Varsity Basketball Manager, '28g S ' . Jasons: "A" Club: Arch Cluhq Pam- 5 2' Qfv 15 I-Iellenlc Pouncllg Executive Commlt- i w 'L 5, teeg Forensic Council. 5 1 5 E 1 JAMES NUNNELEE Moslem' 55 i ' ' , x A E H 5 ,v , g TUSCALOOSA, ALA- CLARK G. MosEs 3 ' Engiflfvfifld :K 1' TUscALoosA, ALA. Q Junior Faculty,'2E2'lb-529: Rifle v11..m11, : Comment i 1 P Masonic Clubg "Corolla" Stuff, '29, ,, A Y 1 . 15 ' L 2 l 1 1 I 1 I I l 5 i FREDERICK VVIlI'I"l'LESEY MURRAY xi V' BONNEAU MURRAY, JR- g E A E 53 fb A 0 A l BIRMINGHAM, ALA- A , MoN'rcoMERY, ALA. Q , W ' , K 2 Arts and Sfienccs ig! E Arts and Sczenrrs I Erosophlcg Key-Ice: Sunbbard 4l'lllI1' li Honor Roll. '26-'28: Prnsldent Sz-nlor E Bladez "Corolla," Stuff. 'Z6: 'AHSBQESI g lg Classy Honor Committee: Exeuutlve i 1 Jfldltm' "CI'llYlSLlYl-xVhHH," 28. MWC. s 31' Committee: Paul-Hellenic Couneilg i xi Swutroml muh: Ex:-L-utlve Cfimgn RH6 NI Skulls: Blue Kcy, Secretory Blue K w '29: Bln,ulcfrim's: Kvy-Lee LJ gognnmn Q! KCY. '29s Secretory Skulls, '29: Tennis 1 3 Theta Alpha: -TUXWJY' 1'0T1i,Jw,mm: li Tonm. '28: Second 'Pl'l20 Freshman 5 Q 7199, '2S: R. O. T. C- if 'iqgj Sw- gi 3, Declrunntlnn Contest, '26g Juninr 5 1 EGUOI' "R21ml'l10f"-mmmer' '.2b lf J Prom Committee, '28g Cotllllon Club I l'GULPY-TYGHSUYU1' Jasons' ' 'l QI Committee: Erosonhle, '26: Secretary Q 5 52 .lunlor Arts and Science Class, '28g 3 3 ll Junior Faculty: Stratford Club. i 5 9 I 1 :E J g 5 if ll i JAMES WILLIAM MUs1'lN, IR- W! .p I' A I: li Svnn. NANNEY l , TUSCALOOSA, ALA. if FULTON, Miss. l 'i , 1 I I ' I Q' Arla' and SCIWICC'-V 111 l Z Education i 1 li ll . l Erosobhici Blockrrmrs, '24-'26i Ex' 1: , eelslor. 11 Ii . 1 I A ' l " f .-'LL .. 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TUSCALOOSA, ALA. , 3 1 . . . . lf M Mmzng E1zgmcE'rzng 1 .. , I I PM Iwpd Q ' B.S, Alabama. l fb X if 4 1 f M I Band, '27: Pre-Mud Club. 4 . l .5 ' l 56 l - , U5 1, PHIL O'1'Is NELSON . , l, ,. ig W l 9 X ' li 1 5 i 2 SILVER CREEK, Miss. . Q 5 1 ', Arts and Science: 1 GENEVIEVE NELSON lf ll f A 1, A lk , "Crimson-VVhlte" Staff, '29: "Cm'nlIE." j Ui l Staff, '29g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Edu- i V1N'r0N, LA. in cation Club. ' Arts and Scicnre: if 1 1 .l A M P. II ll . gl li 1 lu E li Q, JAMEs HEFLIN NEWMAN i "l l V LAFAYEWE, ALA. 3 'l . ll j Art.: and Sczence: I' ll RArrAA2A4f1f ' WILLIAM JONES NELSON JR. ' i W - . ' ll , I Qundrzmglo, '27- 291 Philomnthic, '27- 2 A E ixl f '29g Junior Faculty: Excelsior, '27- .ll Q '29: Honor Roll. '27-'28: President of HUNTSVILLE' ALA' 1, QQ Kappa Dr-ltn. Pl, 'zog Y. M. C. A. ' .' 1 , i ' Cabinet. '27-'2Sg Student Assismnt X Engineering 1 Ii Q i Llbrarlzmz Education Club. 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'28-'28g g Asslstzmt Editor Crgmmerce Bulletin, l 6 ,: Q '29, Blnclc1'l'lm's, '2 '29, Exchange 4 JAMES E- SKIDMORE Editor Hnmnmf-r-JrImmer," '28-'29: 1 II K A H rg Publicity Manager Blnckfrlnrs, '29. Q ' 4 A I 5 WlNCl'IES'l'liR, TENN. 2 5 e . 1 , 2 1 Am and SU""ff'-V 32 gg ' CLAUDIA IIARRRLL SLAulz l Freshman Football, Vnrslty 'Fmxtlmllg li A A A l '..ll T' 'l I " X" 'll l'. 5 2 VW: y 'N C ' K U ' il- 3, Mc1NTosH ALA. 1 Y In nww.: 1 i 2 E i Ari: and Sficncm ux L za I5 l GEORGE ERwxN Smsoorz S Q Q CLAUDE L- SMWH 5 .Il 1' A EQ HAZEL GREEN, ALA. ? C ' ' . A GREENSBORO, MA- ' Arts and Sczences 1 4 1 - 3 G La-w E I II A 2 i :Ia A fp li Rltio 'l'renm, '25, "Corolla" Staff, '25- Q '. li '29, Art Editor "Corolla," '29: "Rum- 1 A.B. 27 Alillltllllll. 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C0mm0l'C" Cllllll "C.70l'0llfl" SHUT. '29. A ., 5 2' V 3 5 E TED W. SMITI-1 5 2 X 53 HENRY ADAMS SNOW ' , x'oUNcs'rowN, omo If 'l' A 9 3 1 f I ' X T . . I Ari: and Science: USCALOOSA' MA H I. M, A M I, gg Arts and Scwnrax Q 5 H ! I g Scnbhnrd and Blade: S. A. M. E4 , l Pre-Law Clubg OIllvm's' Club. i 1 if I I WALTIER Sco1"r SOWELL 11 , 5 A T 9 2 ' V ! BIRMINGHAM, ALA. PHI! IP SPFIR Arts and Sciences 2. A X Q 3 K B fb. 'lf K TI 55 GREENVILLE, ALA. 1 L' l Mnnagor Gnll' Tarun, '29g Koy-lou. ML'dfCi7lr.' . 1 I , Q 0 K Alf A E l eg ? JOHN Ross .SPENCER ' . 2 X lf 3 x I Lf ' EUFAULA, ALA- Ig MARY Enm-1 SPHQGHL . Industrial Engineering HARTSELLE, ALA. E Q S. A. M. E4 A. A. E.: sr. Plws Day Ed,,m,io,, Q 1 Committee: Oillm-rs' Club: Aero Clubg ay 5 C "Corolla" staff, 13 Educational Club: Y. W. C. A. 3 l 5 5 TTS l 5 fe. F-51 5 ' x - 1 -. , ' 7 I " l 3 t' 1 " 1 7 1' ' ' 1 ,M A '. -f ljfy- . 1 ,,gV:5yfl - M. . . P , Q51 j f ' 'T A A '. 'if' W V' E .. ,-"4 W.. Inf 1 E J 1- M 5. 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Vlf'0-IN'l't'S'-A , dent Sophomore Medical Glas:-I, '28 CLARA ELIZA S'roNII ,ig ll A A A 'S il l l MOBILE, ALA. , ,, F! I 5 .I . drl: and Scienres 9 ' H, X A rl, JOIIN OLIVER S'I'UARnI, JR. Hypatlug SucI'etzLr'y-TrcasuI'nI' Ily- MOBILE' ALA' patio.: Glee Club. '28, '29, l-lonor I I' 1. Comm!-rm Committee, '26, '27, Vic-e-Preslrlent ' 1 8 Honor Committee: President Chi N A 1- H- A A P- Delt PII: '1", 2 f' Chl Delt W 1' , , , , pfII:nKQy2t.m.''735f15Z'Q, 5329: II,-.-ASG.-.,'l , f Sf,'5'If,',?"il,,'Q',1j',j't"',Q,j'g,2Q11"QQ"'g" Q4"'PJ Keystone, '28g Pun-Hellenic. '28, '29: Ii, ' ' I Q ' ' ' J' Junior Faculty, '29, Honor Roll, '27g ll '5 Maid in St. Favs Gnnnnlttuo, '28, ii: ' Stratford Club. ,E , I li , I 2 ,Q I I -. 'I , if CIIARLns GRAYEON SUMMERSELL . I . EIJMUND RUCKER Swnns 3 .if MOBILE, ALA- A K E 5 I 5 Arls and Srimzca: ' o I. ! . BIRMINGHAM, ALA. gg gil T K A. 1' 0 A I s 11715 and Sgignggg ii Phllmnnthlr-g "Crimson-Vvlllte''g "Cn- , R! rulln." Staff: FI-llow in Smvlologyz Ju- Blackfriars: Key-Ive Club: Skulls: lil nlox' Faculty: Fmt Cam-Ig Imnmung Rho Alpha Tam, '24, Vixen-PI'osldmIt Team, '25, '26, Blackfriarsg I-Hgh I-Int Club, Cotlllion 'B -Ii Commltiee, '28. 5 li li I n I . .N . I I1 - . 1. , II I I ,I . I, JOHN WHITE SUTTLE fi Ii, VFHOMAS GRIITFIN SYNNOTI' fl' P3 K 33 :gf II N FET-IX, ALA- Ig gl IIMIIRY, MISS. N l Commerce fb X Commerce Club, '27, '28, "Corolla" Secretary-TrensuI'nr SnI':homoI'e Merli- Staff, '28, :Q , gl cal cms. 9 l I i l 5 I g I -, . . J, . . , ,AL .. I ,IX . . I gg fg','r.f.Ei'4,g,, I I5 I 25 ', 1.1--wffg ., ' ? l' lr' I A-fl E ii 55 If I 4 1 x S! A, 1 e I frf . 3: ...,. ---.,....,..-..,..-.....-...m......,....,,,....L,..Lgl "RTI, '11, ,1-'fcf' -4 , 1 I' ' . i " 5 . f'53"23Js'lif1f,u I : .'-I ' ,.,,I' A 1 if -Ir I' 4, l 3 : 3" 'iff -I, .,-. 45 ' ff .R ff-'K I , A ,, .F ,Li-fr-.lf iQf'fPxCiNS?iI'?1l'i7? -9-21 E 'k.I5fI,.L I'f.l-A25 '3i'fE.v:f'1ZivF.I , 11.1.-f . 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IE: if :If1?2E'f7"'VZ'wl5EI,i.f1vf'--1:3 E"Q-I-1 ff Tiki-.iii ffififfli 2 W:f.I.1':,: aff.--' Er,....J5As37l,3v,'...a,155'.4IG,, IIMLIIL--,,5,?fkf,L5iI3'Q,g,A4,,441,2pfvIf,3l?w'fiLLcfgl .:Igz:2:Ii...,,.1fIi...ig,..I:i1g5gIL2mffI,:-'L :-g.,L3LigE..ff LI.-pg :.L..IA,L.C2l,".1:::I, lf, ,liglypu ffjg ftriqmfgjvgtgl irlmix Il,Ka,Iiv.l,5x.Cr.L:ff,q.If7f.IZ.I4::9I fP::J:.Im-a21.f..1.f.f... AI 1..I..,.-LN "gif ' .J Q,-1'....f fkjf .,jlW" '27-'-Y --LP' . "-. -M7 2- - ff I L- WRIZ- f X-. :- QQLL, ,Lil Ickfwuxg iQ' hi .1 If . f aff ' X 1 ' ' , S ' ..H 'n-g QA , M A -, 'iw .--..-..-N.m--.,......--.......-.- MALLA PAYNE TABB A JOHN HOMHR TANKERSLEY z T A DEMoPoL1s, ALA. Arts and Sciences Honor Roll: Pan-Hellenic Counr-ll, Q LANGDALE, ALA. Commerce lfreshnfnn Baseball, '2G: Varsity Baseball, '27, '28: "A" Club: Honoxj Roll, '27: Commerce Club. '28: Education Club: Blnclctx-lure: C. 1 Hunt Club: Y, W. C. A. Cabinet: Con- Y temporary Dehatlng Club: Honor Committee: League of Women Voters. 3 l DAvm HARRY TEKS X N AT!-IENS, ALA. GEORGE MALCOLM TAX'LOR, JR. A Engineering 2 H 4 n M 1-1 PRMTVILLE'-ALA' , A. I. M. M. E.: Honor non, '21. X ' Arts and Sciences 3 W X. l V: RUFUS Hllcoou TERRHLL l JAKE HARRY TEMERSON N: II K A E A M 3 if BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 'rUscAr.oosA, ALA. Commerce Lww A Scabbard and 'Blmle: R. O. T. C. "col-mia' sums, '29, 'j Captain' N V A A 'A A ul. MASON T1-roMPsoN MARY ELxzABrz'ru Tuorvms ' PA K A l c11'RoNs1.LE, ALA. GOODWATER, ALA. A Medififlr' flrls and Sciences Q 9 K 'I' Q George Washington University: Hun- A'B" ,28 Alabama' - or Council: Alpha Mu Rho. . V J. C. VAUGHAN D. DUDLRY TRAGER A HEFLIN. ALA- Nrzw YORK, N. Y. Medicine Art: and Scicntcs I 9 K ll' A M K Euphlan. ' CX- A-ff'-v 1 ."H . .A R' 1 ell-QQ ,' ' . 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A ,f 7 . ll pl ,rj . fu' M A A 1 S5 .mh q goffg A , f A 53 ekivlrigg.-rLw WYY 4 A 1 Ng l ... .W P . , """""""""t"-' """"""""' -"'il1""""""x 1 T' ,' I V K' K l 'Z A N l JACOB ELsn Vxcron BROOKLYN, N. Y. Arts and Scienres r JAMES LAMAIR WAnswoR1'H ' K A JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Cifvil Engineering 0 T ' Junlor Faculty: Secretary Senior Class: Vice-President Junior Engi- neering Olnss, '28: Forensic Council: St. Pn.t's Commlttoe, '26: Freshman ' . l , VVILLMM EDWARD VVALL ,' Football, '25: Junior Prom Commlt- G TON MA I 1 tee, '28: Scrlbe, Theta Tau, '29: R. , STOU H ' ' Ss l , 0. T. C. Medal, '21 Arts and Sciences . 3 , , ,l I 'T Q i f RALEIGH Nom. WALLACE JAMES AQBZRZWVALKER l TUSCALOOSA, ALA. X EUFAULA, ALA. I Arts and Sciences Civil Engineering ' ' A j TBU,l'IME,XB,'I' i Vlce-Presldent Tau Bom Pl: Foren- 1 sic Council: "Corolla" Staff, '29: Scabbard and Blade: I-Innor Roll. '2l', ILLIA . H, SC 4 7 . I '27, '28: .Tunlor Faculty: Secrctun-3' , W M PR HFL WALKER L Engineens Dny Colnmlttocg Class " LEXINGTON, ALA- ! President, '27: Vice-President A. A. I . l E.: Treasurer S. A. M. E.: Blrmlng- EduC'afl07l 1 ham News Scholar: Ofllmecrs' Club: R. a A o. T. o. capmm. Thlrcl nmmnon l Educwoll Club' Adjutant: A. E. E.: University ol' - Alabama Aero Club. Q ' l VERA NELLE WARD A X fl FRANCES DoUcLAs XVARD OAKMANY ALA. 1 RALEIGH' Miss' Arts and Sciences A Aff-f and SCWWJ Pan-Hellenic Council: Y. w. c. A. ' Cabinet: League of Vvomcn Voters. N 'E , x A ll l gl ELLIS WATTS A A A l J. T. WEBB ii BIRMINGHAM, ALA. CEDAR BLUFF, ALA. 1. N Arts and Sciences l Arls and Sciences ' Caroline Hunt Club President. 1 Phllomathic. if ' l 'l fffqiv' YA' , A ,g -A . , L A l A' Ei' ' l , . . : , l , if ff, ,. 1 'X ,. fl Am, -ff-A . .-.... W ..-H.. . H.-. . A i ,., 5Siyig1l?fp 2i'E?.iyQ H WH Cmlizvqgri rx, - I Nix '17, 'www 3..,ff"'v,wg.Qa Cixi l Q . 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'P X ,BIH.C1ifFl!lFS: "Corolla Stnl't'."27. '23 FRANCIS HOPKINS WILLIAMS OHATCIIIIL, ALA. Mechanical Engimw-ring HERBERT P. WINN X fl, BIRMINGHAM, ALA. ' Arts and Scie1zce.v ' I A M P ' Treasurrr Rho Alpha Tuu. '26: Black- l frlars, '27, Glee Club. '28, THOMAS WILMONT Woon B K BIRMINGHAM, 'ALA. Commerce B U A Transfer Birmingham Southern Col- lege, '27: DeMolay Club. WILLIAM MARCEL WRENN 4: I' A SILVER CITY, N. c. Arts and Scienre: Blue Key: Glee Club, '27: Bmckfrlars. '27, '28, '29: Treasurer Freshman Law Class: President Senior Luw Class: Cotllllon Club Committee, '28g Key- Ice: Business Mzumger Blaclcfrlms: Advertising M fl Il Ll g e r Blackfrlzwsg Parasites: High Hat Club: Presldtmt High Hut Club: Editor "As Told On You": "Corolla," '29, President Blue Key. DOROTHY WILSON A P A . BRILLIANT, ALA. Arts and Sciences , II BlZL0lCfl'lSLl'BQ Road Trip, '26, '27, '28, Sccretnry-Trertsuror Bluclcl'rlnrs, '26, Key Club. EVELYN. HOPSON Woon K A TUSCALOOSA, ALA. Arts and Scwncex K A H. X A CI' Bln.ckfrlx1I's, '28: Girls Glco Club Quartet: SecI'eto.ry Girls' Glen Club: Society "Crlmson-White"g President I-Typatiag President Chl Delta Phi: Canterbury Club: Y. W'. C. A. Cub- lnetp Junior Faculty: Keystone, Hon- or Roll: Educ-ation Club, Football Sponsor, '26-'27: League of Women Voters. PAUL WoonALL A T A GUNTERSVILLE, ALA. Arts and Scmzcc: P 6 A. lb X Blue Key, President Pfxn-llellenlc Council, '28, '29g Cntllllou Club Com- mittee: V100-Pl'l?Hiii0llt Rho Theta Alpha: FI'nterIIlty Editor, '29 "Co- rolln.": Secretary-Treasurer PmI-Hel- lenlc Council, '28: Treasurer of Se-- nior Class: Executive Conunlttoc, '29, Junior Prom Committee: Business Stall' "Corolla," '27. '281 Gate Club: Treasurer Junior Class, '27, '28, Treasurer Blue Key, '28: Asslstunt Editor "Crimson-Whlte": Flat Cans: Junior Faculty. NELSON ZIVITZ 2 A M JAMAICA, L. I. Arts and Scimre: ' A il'Q-in-,N fo tiff' 53? if f A f so , so oooo ..,., my , , ,DTT fpi's - 'IX ' , 4 51'iGE72fgA "A7f,f':5:LE,7':'f' gs, Y , 'W-' K K' , V "WW , v D Zzrunexfwm-M-www Q " ,, . ,,.-. N.. . ' . 1 Akira 'f" an . . Y . " i Q 5 X f4i"' , gf.. .L YY'::',3',n.3'i".M:R:G ?iPgQ1.f52-I A - if ' - 00 W 'v' i- ' ' N X 5' P" ' I A' .1 'Q-1: 1' "' ' "lt ' it ' . is " V - ... f.,. . ',', I .-.. . . ,I - 1-J I x --:ju THE COROLLA,19Z9 Qewuf 2 1 . mf? aff" Ea as O0 .4 I., ' Ga ,sa-9 .'3'.' f ,vw N Q W i .,.a-v' SIX JUNIORS ' H' THE COROLLA, 1929 Qeren MEI' GWWGWWWWCINWCFWJ Q GWWJQWWDWWEGWWDGWWD 1 1 OFFICERS " GWWDGNWGWWD GWWDGNWWGNW 1' THE COROLLA, 1929 fn?-x ' 1 X I ,-S? llI'1i01' Class VVlI.I.lAM FRANK ADAMS, A X A . . Birmingham Commcrn' A A E. A 2 H VlI'l'-'l1l'l'5lll1'llt Sopbomori- Class, 1928: Mzuimrm' Gross Country Tmolcg "Crimson-XVhln-" Stuff, '28, TIIIEOIIORIE JARRli'l"l' ABliRCROMl'llIi . .Birmingham Laxw 'lv A A ROBIERT B. ALnkI'l'roN, K E . .Amlnlusin Lafw Arch Club. lVllI.DRliD Al.liXANDliR . .... .Moulton Education Education Club. Romain' lVllN'I'liR ALlcxANmeR . . . .Prattville Commerce Ruifus I'Il5NRY Al.l.llRlillGli, P1 ll. . .Brooksville Mndicim' 0 K 'I' BURWBLI. JAMES ANDIERS . . . . . Northport Commerce IIowARn JAMES ANDERSON, A T A . . Cleveland, Ohio Pre-Med 0 B IT LAWRENCE K. ANDREWS, E N . . . Union Springs Pre-Lafw K l' 1l', ll B K Mimxurm' Glue Club: Raton Club: Gloo Club Quurtf-tg "Ul'llllH0ll-WVllltU" St:Ll'l', '27. "Corolla," Stllff, '27. '291 GMU Club. El.lZABE'l'l'1 VIRGINIA ARnU'ruNo'r, A l' A . . Marion Ari: and Sciences WILLIAM BARRON ARnu'1'uNo'1', X 'If . . Marion Lwfw 'Ir A 111 A.B. Alabama, '27. FISRNANDO ASENCIO . . . . . . . Mayaguez, P. R. Pre-Med 'I'r'm1sFe1' from University of Mnrylrmdg Pro-Mod Club. IRVING Lrckov BAm'rz, E S2 il' . . . New York, N. Y. Arts and Scimcrs 3 I,iaoN RAYMOND BAINBRIDGE . . . . . Bessemer l Pre-Med " WWDWWGWWD GNWGWWDGWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 l rg, wdewoewommaewsmwo snwoaewoewwomwoowwbw unior Class VANCE BALDWIN, E fl, E. . . .Mobile Pre-Lafw l IRA C. BAx,1.Akn . . ..... . . . Gadsden Arts and .S'cimzc1'.f Svullbnrfl and Blmlog "Cl'll'llH0ll-XVIIHIC," '26, '29, "Corolla" Stuff, '29: ''Ramnum'-Jmnnn-r," '29, R. O, T. fl. Major, '29: Form-nslu Council, '29: lf'rvsl1nmn Footlulll, '2Gg Ollluors Uluhs, '29, Blue Key: Assistant Cllvur Lunrlurg Bla.ukfx'l1n':-x. HUGH I-IowAko ISAREIELD, II K fl- .... Lineville Medicine fb B TI MARX' EMMA BARNES ....... . Noi-thport Arls and Sciwmxv OPAL Lvlm BARRINGIZR .... . . Tuscaloosa Edumliolz ' Efluvntlon Uluhg S0l'l'l!lZLl'y Claws. CHARLES JOSEPH BEANE, 22 N . . . . . . Tuscaloosa .flrlx and Scivnmv A A E Arr.-h Club. MAR'I'l'lA GOODWYN BEASLIEY, A I' A . . Montgomery Arla' and Sciwzcrs II MARllARli'l' BEAUCIIAMP, A I' A .... Montgomery drls and Sciz'ncrJ fl CEWIENDOLYN MAE BELL, A .A A . . . Selma Ari: and Sciences II Debating Cluhg Gate Club. EMMA Lou BHLYEU, Z T A . . .... Montgomery Ari: and Sciwzws DAVID WAYMAN BISHOP . . . . . .Roanoke Commerce A A E. A 2 II Pllllolnutlilog Eupnlung Commerczu Club, '23, Sw-rotxwy Y. M. C. A. Cublnutg "Corolla," Stuff, '29, Quuclrnnglu. DoRo'r1-my ANNIE BocKr.E'1"1', Z T A . . . Xenia, Ohio Arls and Scimzcw W0mn.n's Council, '29g Honor Commlttoo, '28, NORMA El,lZABE'l'H Bormk, Z T A. . Houston, Tex. Spfrial II JAMES CARTER BooNE, X- -If . . ."1'uscnloosu Lafw Scubbnrd und Blnmlu: ALB., 1-lunur und Exo:-utlvo Conn.: mittee: Glue Club, Prouldunt Senior Claws. '27i "U0l'0'lfl Staff, '29. W 83 " GWWDGWWDWWD WWWWQWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 'Errol Icmiil GWWJGNWDGNWJWWJGWWD GWWDGWWGWWJQWWGWWD 'L1I1iO1' Class ALICE BOYD, K A ....... . . . Troy flrls and Scicnczuv President Oll1l'l.'IfL, '283 Kcyslom-Q llonor Uouuc-Il, '28. MIRIAM Born, A X S2 . ..... . . Hartford Ari: and Scivrzcmv I Education Club. O'I'Is GAII, Bow . . ..... . . Laurel, Miss. .flrls and Scimzcf: ANNIE RU'I'II BI,AcRw0on, B fl' . . . Cleveland Arts and Sriencf: Tl'H.l'lSl'l!I' l'I'onI NVOIl1ll.l1'S Collage: llrmu- Economics Clull. l'Ill.'l'0N VIERNE BI.oUN1' . ..... . Chatom Arts and Scirncfs Pro-Law Club. CAROLYN U. l3RAnI.m', K A ..... . Bessemer .flrls and Sciwzcvs Jlonol' Cuuna-il. WILLIAM Omfn BRAnI,IaY . . . .Tuscaloosa l!'d1IC'!lfi0II ANNIE MAE BRANCH, A E, A . . . . Montgomery flrls and SciL'ncf.r El.IZAllli'l'l'I BRIcII'I', A X SZ. . . .Talladega Educalion Blaclcl'I'lnrsg llonor Crnnxnlttuug Splllllt-Ill Club. '1'IIoMAs Anno'I"I' l3RI'rI'0N, ll K A . . Montgomery Commcrnz A 'Iv E 1'l'I'Slll0llt Junlm' CIIIIIIIII-I'I'o Class, '29: lilflu Tcmn, '26, '28: Euphlun, PI'u:-Ilrlr-:It und fl'l'4'llSLll't'l' l':UllllllI.ll, '27, '28g Commurcc Clulug Olllc-urs Club, FRANK R. HROADVVAY ........ Montgomery r1rl.r and Scimzcrs Ffbl'OllHlC Council: 12UlPlll5lllSQ l'I'nulIlnIIt T'I'u-Luw Club, Ex- :-olslorg "C'I'll'Y'lS0ll-YVlllll"'2 AI Smith Cluhg Unlvorslty ol' Florlcln 1'l'ZLllHl'll'l .lm-nhlll:-I: Pllllflllllllllllfl Delmtlng Tcunxg . "Corolla" Stuff. ANNA EI.IZABli'l'll BROVVN, A A A . . . Tuscaloosa ElillCllfi0ll Y. XV. C. A. Cnlrlnvt. '28g Fl. S. ll, Council, '27-'29: Black- fl'l2l.I'HQ ICl'05lflDhlf', '27. DELI, BROWN, K K I' ..... . . Slmreveport, La. l .4rl.v and Sci1'1u'r's LAURA GAINIIS BRUNSON, li -If . .Troy Edumliou Educntlon Club. " GNWDGNWWWJ GNWGNWGWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q.-fQll - ,IQQEQ GWWDGNWGWWDWWDGNWD W GWWQWWWWWWEWWD Llni01' Class l MA'r'rHEw BUccA, T Q :Z ..... Brooklyn, N. Y. Pfc'-M061 1 JOSEPH ALEXANDER BUCK, JR., II K A . . Thomaston . Pre-Med 9 K NI' ISADORE B. BURDICK . . ..... Double Springs flrls and Sciwzcrs MARY BURGIN. . . . . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa Hrts and Sricrzcws "Crimson-Whltu"g Girlz-1' "A" Cluhg Bmskvtlmll Team, '28. MARY RonER'rA BURNS, A Z .... .Speigner Xlrls and Scicncrs Blnckfr'lul's: Erosophlug Wonmn'f-1 Counc-ll: Pnn-llullonlc Councllg Honor Counull, '27: J-lonm' Roll, '28g Fellowship in English. RonER'1' ALLEN BURNS, A X . . . Evansville, Incl. Com m crcu A E ll Bnml, '29g Bula Oxnupgn Dr-ltn. JEAN CADMAN, Z T A ...... . Atmore Arts and Scicncrs Education Club: Blm:lcl'riax's. THOMAS E. CALLAN . ...... . Gadsden Ari: and Sciencrs QIORDON CAMERON, 9 X ..... Montclair, N. J. Commerce JUSTINA LoU1sE CAMPBELL . . . . York Educalion PETER AL1fREn CARATELLI . . .Rochester, Pa. Pre-Lafw Ilus W. CARMACK . . . . . . Phenix City Co nz Ill fra' Sqovrvtury-'Froua-xurm' Junior Uon111wrc-0 Class: Forcuslc Cnunrell: Phllomuthli-g Excelsior. '29: Blue Kcyg Quad- rnnglcg Sc'crotn.ry Qumlrnnglo, JAMES DIAL CARTER . . . . . . Munford C0'll1llI6'l'l'lf ' MARIANA CECIL. . . . . . . . .Grayson. Ky. ffm' and Scienmr 85 " czlwzawaasm cwfsawscmm " Q1 ' A ' l fl waiwaasmawaasmaws M Gsmzwzsawwacztwrsawael THE COROLLA, 1929 L1I1iO1' Class ' MARY Loulsrf CIIIZNAULT . . . Decatur Lwfw Eroesoplnlc, '25g Newman Cluhg A.B. Alnlmma, '28, NORTON NORTII C1-1Rls1'oP1-IRR, K E . . Gadsden Collzilmfca' A A K Xl' Arch Vluhp Pnruultug High Hut Club. Louxsls CLARK, A E A .... . . . . . . Mobile A Arls and Sciz'nn'.v Keystone: NVumnn's Pzm-I-Icllunlc. I-IUNTRR CI.liMliN'l'S . . . . . . . . .Reform flrts and Sciencrs R0llliR'l' EMMli'l"I' ConuRN, JR., E fl' E . . Courtland Pre-Lafw Excolslor, '27g TI'-ens11l'm-1' Exec-lslor, '27g Chuex' Lender, '28. Junrrn CARY WALLER CoNNm.r. .... Bedford, Va. .4rl.r and Sciz'11c1's GUS SEWALI. CONNliR'l'lI, E E A . . Alliance, O. Commerce ' ARTHUR Llcwls CooPleR, A I' E . . . Mt. Vernon, Ky. Medicine' ' 9 K 'I' MARVIN LAUlJl5RDAl.Ii CoPm.ANn, fl' E K .Tuscaloosa Commvrcv "Crlmsou-NVhltu"g "Corolla" Stuff. CJHORGI5 C. CROOK, K A . . . . . . . . Atmore Commerce SARAH NIARGARIVI' CROSBY . .... . Sheffield Arls and Scicncm' Honor' Council, '29g Dcleuntu to Blue Ridge, '28g Cum- mcrcu Club, '28. EZRA LAMPRING CRUMPTON . . . .Wylam Comnzfrcn l"urum-llc Llounvll, '29g Phllomnthlcg Exffclslor: 'l'!'Gll.l-lUl'0l' Excelsior, '27g Club Ghllvulllnug "Crimson-White" Stuff. I-IliRmsR'1' LliS'l'lZR CULLEN. . . . . . .Birmingham Chrmiml Enginfcring 1' E E Ilonm' Hull, '27g "Kll'lIll!'l0ll-xvlllllv' SlnI'I', '27, '2Rg Junior l":u'ully li0lll'0Hl'llllll.lVl', '2!lg Ex'o:mpl1lc, '27. l'lAR0l,D FRANK CUNNINGIIAM, A X A . . Franklin, Pa, Com rn new A K 'P " GWWGWWDGNWD GNWWWJGWW " Qi l . I ,EE 'KEMHGMJQMDCFQWJGMQ M Qwaowwaowmcamcwbm' THE COROLLA, 1929 'l1I1iO1' C1855 BARBARA EI.IzAIII2'rH CUIII., A 2 . . . Paris, Ill. Ari.: and Sc'i1'm'r'.r , "I:Illlllll1'l'-Jlllllllll'I"' SKIIIT: "f1fll'llHlL" Sl1ll'l': Y. XV. C. A. Cnbinvt. CLARK I.ouIsn DAI.nIc . . . . .Tuscaloosa Educalion 'llunm' Rull. ,275 B. S. U. S0f'l't!llll'j', '28, JAMIISDANIIII.. . . . . . . . . .Union Springs Ilrls and .S'c'i1'7m'.v WII.I.IAM Glcovmc DANIEI. . . . . .Lamar Educalion EdurentIoII Ululmg lllfln Tc-:IIn. LEONARD PIIIIICE DANIELS, II K 'Ir -. . Ocala, Fla. flrls and Stimcex EI.I.Is L. IEARIIY, II N. . . . .Vernon C01lIllII'fL'I' "CI'lIIISIOn-NVlIiLo" Stnl'I'g 'lUlll'0llIl." StIII'l'g l'lIllnIn:Il.hlI-. I-IIINRI' AI.MoN DAVIS . . . . . Town Creek Corrzmarcc llnnor Roll, '27g COIXIITIIWCC' Club, '20g ANHlHlll.lllHlllll lll AI:couIItlIII:. JAMIIS EAIII. DAVIS . . . . . . New Market Co1lIllIL'rL'1' OlllI'nI':-I Cluhg C0llll1l0l'C'1! Club. PI-III.IP DAVIS, 112 K E . . . . . . . . Ensley Ci-'vil Iflzgizmvrifzg 9 T QlllLlll'Rllg'lC?, A. S. G. Eg I-IlstoI'lIIII ol' QUlIl1l'llllR'l4', '28. SUMMER DANFoIx'I'II DAvIs, A X . . . . Birmingham Pre-Med . KI! X VICTORIA DAVIS, A Z . . . . .Enslcy Education Hlnckl'I'lIII'fI: Pig NVDlIl!l.ll'S Counullg EI'of-Inplllng Keystone: NVOmIm's 131111-I'l0lll?lllCj Glve Club. JAMES T. DnjAIINIs'I"I'I5, A X- . . . .Bessemer Elccirical Engzrzecring "Crimson-White" Stuff. JAMIIS I-IAIIoI.n DuLoAcII, T Q X . . . . Thomasville Pre-Lafw '1'l'El,ll!-ll'0l' BirmlIIglImn-SoutlI0I'II.' Ross Dua LUII, Z B T ........ Chicago, Ill. Ari: and Sciences Freshman Football: Freshman Track. 37 " GWWGWWDGWWD GNWJQWWJGWWD T' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 l 1 l rg? weiwsmwaoswomwsawo aeeoaswaawoawwoawwbw llI1iO1' Class AI.IIxINA DIEMOUY, K K 1' ..... . Mobile Ari: and Scimcfuv Wonmifs Coumzllg Wuxnmvs Pnn-lfulli-nlc, '29, MARTIIA DIIWIIIISI4, A I' A . . . Philadelphia, Miss. Art: and Sciences Arls and VIRGINIA LESLIE DOIIDINS . ' Am and Honor Counullg Y. W. C. FLOYD TIDMORE Donns . . Ron DOBSON. . . . . Prom Commlttecg Blue Keyis . ADITISON PIIAIRS DRUMMOND, 88 II XVOIl1l1'll'S Pun-Hcllenlu. I-IOKACII BURNIa'I"I' DILL, A X . . . . Birmingham Commcru' SAM DILWoR'I'1I, 9 X . . . . . . . . . Empire .flrls and Scimm-s JOIIN DAVID DINsIvIOIzII . .... . Birmingham Arts and Sci1'1m'.I' RAI.I'I-I TI-IOMAS DIPACII, 9 A K . . Harrison, N. Y. Scicncf: 'IDX . Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Scicnuxr A. Cahlnotg Glee Club. . . . . . .Collinsville Vomlional Educalirm . . . . . Wedowee Medicine li' B TI Mnsonlr: Club: Vl0l1-PI'0Sldl!l1.t Masonic Club. JOHN A. DODD, A X ..... . .Bessemer Pre-Med EL1zAnIa'I'II Doznsk, Z T A . . . . Birmingham Pre-Med AuIu1'A Dossma' . . . . . . . . . Whistler Education Education Club. I-IUGII REYNOLDS DOWLING, K 2 . . . Florence Lw-w E E. A 'Il IC, 'lf A KI' Srznlmlmrtl und Rlnde: Jasons: Omlcron Delta Knmm: Pruslslvnt "A" Club: 'l'I'OslIlI-nt Skulls: Parasites: Junior Editor "Rnmmcr-Jammorj' A T A . . Bonifay, Fla. Commcrfn , A A 2, A E H , 'llonm' Roll, '27, '28g Commerce Club: Snnlmlmrcl and I Blndog Ofllcers Club: Cadet Major R. O. T. C. O" cmweczwomwa awoawaczwo " THE COROLLA, 1929 'Q-MDI' Z - YI llfhbgi WWEGWWDGWWDGWWDWWD fl A G9fWbGWWD'iFWt5Ci.WWf5GWWE35 unior Class Rrcr-mlm M. DUNKIN, X A E . West Palm Beach, Fla. Conxnzcrcf A E Il Freshman Tunnlsg Froslnnun Rn:-11:4-llmllg l1'rvslnmLn Btwn- ball: :Dennis Timm, '28g "Corolla" Stuff: llrulrl Clty Rlllt-: f?DUlllll'l'l'l! Club. THOMAS F. DURRB'1'1', jk., fl, E K . . Quincy, Miss. Art: and Sciencn: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. juss S. EBERDT, 22 X ....... Burdette, Ark. Art: and Scicnczxr Freshman Football, '2Gp Vnrslty Football, '28g TI'nr'k, '28, MAv1s EMERSON, A A A . . . . . . Anniston - Arn' and Scirncrs MAURICE KoHN Ekmtmcu, Z B 'l' . . Birmingham Commercf Erosophicp Commorce Club: Olllcurs Club: "Rnmmm'- Jammer." LELA MAY Eiucxsou . . .... . Canton. Miss Ari: and Scinncm University Symphony Orchestra. RonER'r C. Ekvm, E fl! E . . . . West Monroe, La. Commcrcr' , Corresponding Editor "Corolla: Phllomnthlr-, '29. JOSEPH FADOOL . . . . . . . . . Birmingham Comnzercz' "Corolla" Staff: Phllonmthlrrg Honor Roll, '28, Jossm JULIUS FINE. . . . . . . .Mariettn,G:1. Lww MARY Jessie FINNELL, X Q . . . . . Tuscaloosa flris and Srirncrxt ll Town Representative Womn.n's Count-llg Gl1'l's "A" Ulull. Juv: MILLER Form, 111 K 2 ....... Vinton, Ln. ' Commercr' Rho Alpha Tau, '26g Business Stn1'D "Corollu." JosEPHWnE1zLEn FOSTER. . . . . . . . .Selma Pre-Med ' 'll X Pre-Med Club. THOMAS LEE Fos'rER ...... . . Huntsville Engineering h Vice-President Junior Classy Olllct-rs Club: "C0l'Ull1l" Board, '26. jot-IN Mn'cuE1,1. Fovvum, A X . . . Mobile Arts and Sciencr: Freshman Footballg Scubburd and Blndo. " GNWDGNWDGWW WWDGWWJGNWQ5 " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-1 l Y l rg! woiwsswwoawwaawwamm cnwaowoawoawocmbsv unior Class RonnR'r Ronmzrf Fm.I.lsR . ...... Tuscaloosa Clzrmical Erlgilzrcrilzg A. A. Wn.1.rAM GRADY GAm.1s . ..... . Cullman Electrical Engirmcring S. A. M. E. DoNA1.o S'rUAR'1' GARoNsR, A K E . Luke Charles, La. Commerce RomcR'r LHMLEY GARRARD, II N . . . . . Boaz Mcdicirzf A li A. l' E l'l. X ll flf. flf X, 41 B K Erosnplmlc, '24, Euphlxmg Phllomnthlc, 1-lonnr Roll. S. RxcnARo GASSIENIIEIMER, Z B T . . Montgomery . Ca m m crcf Ramdg Briton Cluhg Connnvrce Club: l4'I'1-sllnmn Truck, '27. JAMES EVAN GAvlN, ,E 111 E . . . Mobile Commercr' Oillcers. SAMUEL EVAN GEWIN, T Q X . . . Tuscaloosa lfllgiilfffillfl Band, '27. JERRY EUGENE GIBSON, E 'Iv E . . . Decatur Pre-Lafw Cnpstonu Orclior-1lx'n, '29, Glvo Club, '29, Unlvorslty Bowl, '27. VVlIl'l'li EDVVARD f:IllSON, JR., A T-A . . Birmingham Lahw 2 A K Blnclifrlnm. ELLEN Gn.nrzR'r, K A . . . . . . . Decatur iris and Science: FRANCIS PETERSON Glvl-IAN, E A E . . . Montevallo Arts and Science: Arch Club: Erosophlu, '27: Excelior, '29g Blackl'rlm's. Josnrn LYNDON GLASGOW, 2 X . . .Rusron, Ln. Commerce GANELLE GOGGANS, A ,EI A . . . . . . River View Art.: and Sciencr: II A Z Honor Councll, '27g Pnn-Hellenic Ropmsmmtzltlvn, '27: Junior Rcprl-sentntlvn NVonmn's Councll, '28g S1-crrvtury NVomnn's Council, Y. W. C. A. Cuhlnetg "Corolla" Stuff. M. F. GOODLOE, A K E ......... Mobile V Arts and Sciences " metsswzsczeea czemawzsczwzs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1' ' l rg? iiiwmawmcmwzmwzscwm mwfsmmwmawmcwwbw UI'li01' C1855 DEAN GoonsE1.L, fb A 9 . . . . . Burlington, Vt. Co in m era' '1'I'llllSfl'l' 'University ol' Vermrmt. Nonug VANN GRAHAM . . . . . Huntsville Commerce LESLIE BALTAR GRANT, E A E . . Biloxi, Miss. Laww fl' A A Blue Key: Blzmclcfrlxwsg Stuff Alulmnm Luw Journul: Pun- Hollenlc Counoil. Al.BliR'l' MOORE GRAY . . . . . . . Eutaw Commcrcv SOLON KELLY GRAYSON, A K E . . . Mulgn Arts and Scicncrs MANUEI, GREEN, E 0 XI' . . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Pri!-Mfd Mu.nuRN PICKli'I'l' GRIEISN . . . . Winfield Co m in cru- Cnmmuruc flluh. KENNE'I'H GRufFx'1'H, K 2 . . . . . . Cullman Ari.: and Scimmxr Froslmmn Football. IRVIN H. GRIFFIN, TI K A . . . Moundville Pre-Med dl X Euphlnn. ANNIE Suu GUl.l.liY . . . . . .Tuscaloosa Commerw FRANK EMIERSON GUTHRIE . . . . Notzisulga Education Excl-lslnr: Educ-ation Cluln, JOHN PATRICK HALEY, JR., 9 X . . . . Marion Hrls and Sciz'nu'.r GE'l'I'IRAl. DINK I-IA1.s'i'nAn, X A E . . I-Ieadlancl Law 2 A K "1'rlmson-Wl1ltc" St.uI'I', '2li: Pri--liauv Ululi, '2li: "U01'ullu" siulrr, '2m:. E ' Fos'rHR l-I. I-IAMn.'roN, fb K 22 . . . . . Birmingham Commcrcv Arch Club: Junior Prom Committee. 91 " cswzvcxwzsczwzs mwzoawrsawzs " THE COROLLA, 1929 l 1 ' rg? llI'li01' Class BlE'l'l'Y I'IARmsoN, A A A ..... . Lewisburg Arls and Scimzcr: SZ joslsvmwu HARRIS . .,.... .Selma .4rl.r and Scimznas' , Education Club, Y. W. fl. A.g VVomnn's Fodomtlon Svhol- mu-xlllp. RAYMOND WlLx.1AM HARRIS, JR., K A . . Winfield Commfrcr' "C'm'olln" Stuff, '29: "Cl'lmson-NVl1llc" Stuff, '29g Com- mvrcc Club. I'IunRR'r C. I-IAYus . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa flrls 'I' K A Club Ghlbr-lllne, Pro:-ildont Club Ghllwlllno, '28g Euphlam, '29: I"hH0lYlIlfhl0l Pro-Lnw Cluhg "Crimson-XVl1ltc" Staff. '29: Vlve-P11-slrlmlt. '29: l'x'1-slrlnnt l"or'nsl1: Council, '29: Mzuuugvr Int:-1'-Sm-lm-ty D1-lmtes, '28g Dvlmtlng Team, '28g Prl-sldvnt lllxlu DL-lru.tlm: Immruo, '29p Vluu-Prcsldunt Jur-oblns. NIARGARIVI' I-Ifmas . ..... . Dallas, Tex. Commcrcf JAMES DIQFORD IIAYS . ..... . l-Iuutsville E llgillfffillg S. A. M. E.: Olllr-urs Club. VVOODVll.I.li CARTIION PIAYTI-m, A X A . Hinton, W. Va. Laww E A K, Tl I' M -'crimson-while," 'zsg "Corolla," '28, LAWRENCE L1aoN I-IRARNE, JR. . .... Tuscaloosa ffrls and Scimcrs 6 K Xl' ' Glen Club. LONNIIE HIENIJIEIVSON. . . . . . .Bessemer Commarcr- CllARI,liS E. I-IrcNnRIcRsoN, A X A . . Red Bank, N. J. Mr'chani1'al E7lgi7H'L'l'i1ly A. S. M. E. P. P. I'IliNSl.liY . ..... . Tuscaloosa llfr'-Mrd 'I' B II Rlaunlm MIl,l.lEll PIERRIEN, 23 N .... Montgomery .flrls and .S'cimzcr'.v Skulls: Pnwmultosg l'-!luc:lcl'rlm's: Rho Alplm Tuu. '2fig "KlrlmsoI1-NVhltv," '27: l-llgh l-Int: Bluvkfrlurg Key Clubg Soorotm-y-'l'ruu:-lurur Junior Classg Cotllllon Club Com- mlttcc. ' VVAl.'1'lfR FRANK HILCIIIER . . . . Foley Ca III l111'rc1' Vur:-:lty Busubull. '28g "A" Club. Er,LlsN Hll.llRli'I'H . ...... . . . . Decatur , Xlrls and Science: 92 " mwaawzscem cwaawzsawra " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qewl M33 CFWDGWWDGWWDGNWGWWJ ff' A GNWWWGWWDGNWDGNWE5 A Junior Class - PELMER HILL ....... . , , Moulton Medicina 9 K Al' CUR'l'lS M. HOLIDER ...... , , , Boaz Commerce ConIII'Ierfen Club, '29g Sl'l'L1'l'lLl1f-Ht-Al'l1lS CIIIIIIIII-I1-o Club, '29: Offlucrs Club: Y. M. C. A. Cnblnot. AL FONTO I-IoI.I.EY . - . . . . . . Kinsron Medicine wb B TI BERNARD HoI.IvI, 'Ir 23 K . ........ Ensley Physical Eduralion "A" Club: Football, '27, '28: "CoI'olln.," '28. MIKE HOLMES ........ . Abbeville Mcdicirzc 'I' B TI RAY VAN Hoon, T 0 X .... . . Fairfield Comnwrcv WILLIAM ALEXANDER Hoon, JR., A T Q . Birmingham Xlrt: Skulls. CHARLES MALoNE HOWARD, K A . . Selma - Lai-Lv Key-lung Pun-I-lollunlc Councll. WlI.BURN BROWN HOWELL, 6 X . . Panama City, Fla. COIIIIIILTCL' A 2 H WILLIAM WINs'I'oN Hov, A X A . Rutherfordton, N. C. ' , Co nz m era' Glen Club. H:ORACl:' DANIEL HUGI-IES . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa Electrical Engimvrring S. A. M. E.: Olllcers Club. MARDIS OLIVER HULSEY ...... . Coker Elzrclriral Engim-ering josEPII I-I. HUNT, E 'Iv E ...... . . Mobile Cmiznxnrcr ' DURA Ol.l. HUNTER ........ Double Springs Arts and Scienrrs 93 " GMEGMEGAQ QMEQMDQME " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-t l ' l :ED 'fciwsczwmzwrsawrocxwzs GWWDWWDWWDQWWDGWQGY unior Class MARY AI.IcIc Huxvoun .... . . Mobile f1r1.v and Scicncrr AUIIKEY L. HUSKEY . .... . Dothan Medicine A li A. 'll B TI NA'I'IIAN JAconsoN.KN. . . . . . .Birmingham Arts and Scicncrs II M E lf'nllowshlp In Math: Honor Roll, '26, '27, '28g "Corollu": JuIIlor Faculty. Josrzmr I-IoPKINs JAMES, K A . . . Greensboro Arts and Science: MIKRY EvIaI.YN JENKINS, A A A . . . Mansfield, Ohio Education U Debating Club. Ronmu' EARL JENKINS, 111 E K . . . . . Birmingham Cifvi! E7lgillL'l'fi7lg , A. S. C. E. THOMAS WFIALEY JENKINS . .... . Oneonta Elerlrical Engimrcring Rov LInnuI,I, JoIINsoN . . . ,. . . .Atlanta, Ga. Arts and Sciences 6 K 'I' Grsokcn BI.Iss JONES, E A E . . . Florence Lafw - Q if A fb ' Koy-Ice: High I-Int. Cl'lARI.liS Hoovmz KEl'l'lI, K E . . . . . Selma ffm' and Scienmr Excelsior: Y. M. C. A. Cnblnet: Euphlnns: Blnckfrln.I'I-Ig Prosldont of BlIu:KfI'lIu's, '28g "Cl'lmS0h-WhitG"Q Execu- tlve and Honor Committee. AI.nER'r EDWARD KEI.I,.Y, K A . . Brewton Commerce JoIIN DoNAI,n KEI,l,Y, II- 1' A . . . . Atlanta, Ga. Ari: and Sciencr: "Corolla," '28g "RnmIncI'-Jammer." CAKoI.YN Knksu, A 1' A . . . . . .Tuscaloosa flrls and Scizrncrs II EnwAIIn W. KII.GKow ........ Montgomery flrls and Sciences Erosophlc, '26g Winner Declmnntlon Coniost, '26: Black- ' frlars. 94- " GWWDGWWDGWWD GWWDGNWGNW " THE COROLLA 1929 Q1 l W l Q wdwfticswsfmwzmwsswm GWWGWWDZWWGWWJGPXJW L'lI1i01' Class l'I0us'I'oN DAVIS KlRKl'A'l'RlCK . . . .Cordova Co mm frm' Ru'I'IfI MARGARIVI' KoIaLN, K K I' . . . Buffalo, N. Y. - Arls and Srimmxf Rum' LQUISII Ko0NCIa, A A A . . . . . Florence Arls and Scinnnav IT PIIII-lslvlls-IIII-5 Iflunor f1uInIIIltl1-rf, '29. JEAN PAUL LACOUR, E fl- E ...... Tuscaloosa Ari: and Sciencr: Gnu: Cluhg OlllL!L'l'9 Cluhg Pro-Mod Cluhg li. O. T. ff. I1lClli.Ul'IZl.Ilt. ALDIQN WIl.l.lAM LANDEL, A X A . . Birmingham E7lgilIl'l'l'i7lg ' ll M E Junior Fur-ulty. ARTIIIIR BRoumI'I'oN LANDERS . . . . . I-Iolr Arts and Scimrr: Pre-Law Club. l'II5RBliR'l' FRANCIS LARRICK. E X . . Washington, Incl. C0 Ill III cr rn Skulls: "A" Club: FYGSIIIIIIIII Bnsknlbx Basketball, '28, JoIIN lAIAR'r LIawIs, Z li T . . Co III Ill rrn' MARIIE l'IURl.l2Y LIswIs . . . Arls I-lonor Roll, '26, '27. CIIARLI2s BoNn LInnnI.L . . Arts ORFII. BOWMAN LINIISIIY, H N . . . Engineering B. S. U.. '29Z Band. '29 VIRGINIA RI2IasIa LIPSCQMII, K A . . . A rll and Scicncm' 9 MARIAN ELIzAIm'I'II LI1'I'I.I2, K A . . Ari.: and Scimrrs PHRRIN LI'I'I'LI2, A Z ...... . Arls and Science: Ill, '26g Vnrslty . jackson, Miss. . Greenville . .Butler . .Tuscaloosa . Demopolis . Maben . Anniston 95 " Qwzfaswrsaswra aswzscmzsawrs " THE COROLLA, 1929 fs.-1 ' 1 4 fl QQQWWWWWWWWW WWWWWWQWWDWQW J-llI'1i01' Class VVll.l.lAM 0115 I.l'r'1'I.ras .... . . VVallace Prz'-MMI 'I' X "Uuroll:L"g l"rs--M1-al Club, l L. Mm.soN Locxlalz, T S2 X . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. EllyillfI'fi7lg S. A. M. E.: lllilu T1-um. '2Sg Olllvors Club: R. O. T. ff. Llcutnnuut. Doxvlmlc CLARENCE MAcAI.uso, A fb A . Belleville, N. J. .4r1.v and Sriencrs llonor Roll. CLAIUQNCE D. MACMILLAN, fb A 9 . Ft. Wayne, Incl. Hrls and Sfizfnuzf CIIARLIE E. MALIW, A K E . . . . . jackson, Miss. Commrrcr' 1-Ilgh Hut Club. I'Il5NRY Al.mcR'r MARK, Z B '1' . . . Jacksonville, Fla. Zlrls and Scicncfs l'rc-lwll-cl Club: Dt-Molayg "Rummor-Jxunmnr." BIESSIIE Lmz MARRl0'l'l'. A 1' A . . . . . Uriah flrls and Scicncrs TI BESSIE Rrtomis MAUI.'1'slw, K A 6 . . . Montgomery ffm' and Sri1'nc1'.r BRAN1' I-IAR'1'zm.1.rz MAvNoRn, 9 X . . . . Ensley Lavw JAMES A. MCALPINE, A X A . . . Boligee C 0 m Ill L'fCL' EDNA LEE MCDONALD, K K 1' . . . . Mobile Art.: and Scirncrs II A 2 Kcystonng Pan-Hollcnlcg "Corolln." NED McDoNA1.n, fl' E K . , . .... Lead, S. D. Commerce' Art Stul'l', ''Rnmmr-r-Jammer." WILLIAM DRURY McDoNAI.n . . . . Pensacola, Fla. Pre-Mrd Drxm MCGRAW, A E A . . . . . .Tuscaloosa ' Arts and Science: " czmzsmwzsclwzv czwzscawzsciwza ' 4. Larw THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' V9 Ydwzawmewoewsmao arwaswsswswwsowii? I.1I'liO1' C1355 JACK HAUGII'roN MCGUIRIE, II K fl' . . Tuscaloosa Ari: and Scimzcfs Blue K4-y: "A" Club: MlLll21l4'l?l' Ivnrmtlmll 'l'l-mn: Junior Mammgnr Rllln Tounlp "Corolla" Stuff: "CrlInson-XVhltI-" Stuff: "Hummer-Jannmer'' Staff: Bluckfrlnrs Stull. JOIIN.W. McIN'I'osII, H N ....... Dadeville flrls and Sciences Junior Fuuullyg Ellucntlon Cluh. HARRY I'IlL'l'0N MCKEE, K E . . . . . . Fzxunsdale Larw Skullsg 13lB.Ckfl'lIl.l'SQ Secretnry-fl'rn'nsuI'I-I' 'Fl'0HhIllllll Lnw Class, '27, '2Sg Secretary-'1'rI-nsurcx' Junlor Law Class, '28. '29. PRICE C. MCLEMORE, 2 X . . . . Montgomery Commerce Presldcnt Aero Club. WILLIAM N. MCQUEEN, --D A 9 . . . Tuscaloosa Hrts and Science: Skulls: Pn.I'nsil.cS. RALPH C. MCWRIGH'1' ...... . . Mr. Hope Arts and Sciences Varslly Footlmll, '28. DEWI'I"1' CI.IN'I'0N MEAD, A T A . . Syracuse, N. Y. Medicine B S2 A. fb 11 II Glue Club, '28, '29. GEORGE CAPRON MEERIAM, 2 X . . . Kellerman Coummra' A K NI' WILLIAM HEIIRICK MERRIAM, JR., 6 X . . Gadsden MI'flId7liClll Efzyifzrnirzy EDWARD BAILEY MILLER ...... . Gadsden Business Stuff "CrlmsuII-XVhltIe''g Buslnvss JANINE MILLER, A X Q ...... iris and Sciences Stuff "C0l'0ll!l.." . Miami, Fla. II BluclIfrlIu's, '27. ALICE LOUISE MITCIIELL, A A A . . . Montgomery Arts and Sciencz'.v X A III, S2 Pan-Hellenic, Ernsophlr, VVommI's Counrwll, '29p Junlm' Faculty. ERNEST GRIFFIN MooRE, H N . . Gosport Medicine lb X Vlco-Prusldont Fl't'SllIIlRl1 Modlcul Class. TIIoRN'roN Bmcoon MOORE, II K II, . . Comm erce A K YI' . . . Mobile 97 " GEEEGEEQQME GMEEMDQME ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Qu ' f ' V' EZ LQGRWGWWJQWWWWDWW GWWGWWGNWGWWGNQGY ' unior Class PAUL ,IoIlNs'roN MORROW, E N. . . .Ensley I Engineering KA'I'llIERH'N IEI.IzAEE'I'II MOUNEIELIJ, X S2 . Roanoke, Vn. Xlrls and Sciences I.oUIs JOHN MUI2l.l.ER, A T A . . . . Franklin, Lu. Mirzirzg Engineering 9 T Prnsldm-nr l"rI-sllmnn lflmrlnoorlllg Class: Sr1I'rf-tm'y-'I'rvnn- urm' A. I. M. M. E.: uC0l'0ll!L" Stuff, '29. CHARLES BA'I'CHIil.l.liR NEELY, E X . . . Montgomery Arts and Sciences Gloo Club. '2Il. '27, '28. HOWARD P. NELSON, E X ...... Chicago, Ill. Art: and Sciences MARGARET BREWER NELSON, K A . . . Livingston Art: and 'Sciences MEl.VlN W. NELSON, E A E . . . Tampa, Fla. Commerce A E II Arch Club, NA'I' Rlvns NEWMAN, E A E . . . Covington, Tenn. Pre-Med VVILLIAM A'rsoN NEWTON . . . . Kirbyville, Tex. Medicine lb B II Masonic Club. Wll.l.IAM GLENN NICHOLS, JR., 9 X . . . Birmingham HN: and Sciences K 1' NP Baton Clubp Gluu Club, '26, '27, '28, Ser:I'IxtI1.l'y Glue Club, '28, Pun-HI-llcnic, '28. EDITH MARIE NICKEL, A E A . . . . . Birmingham , Arts and Sciences VV0lIlll.l'l'B Pun-I-lcllenicg "CDl'0lIH." Stuff. LESTER CECIL O'NIEAl., K Z . . .Andalusia Medicine , 'IP X W. HERBERT OSEORNE, A X ...... Birmingham 2IH,0AK,A21T.'l'AA Pn.II-Hclluulcg ScI:I'etaI'y-Trensuwr Student Body, Junior Faculty, '28, SAMUEL VVIIISON PAGE . . . . . Evergreen Commerce Band, '27, '28. 98 ' GWWDGWWGWWD GWWGWWDGWWE5 ' THE coRoLLA, 1929 ' Q1 ' 1' I L, 'fdMzmw'aQM:sc.M:sczMa c.MzfQIiMzfmw::GMz5QM.'fs6"G5 L'lI'li01' Class I GENEVIEVE PARK . ..,. . . .Tuscaloosa Ari: and Sricnmf WALTER T. PARKER, JR. . .... . Carrollton - Pre-Lafw JOHN C. PIIARCE . ..... . . Memphis Pre-Mod GER'I'RUlJli PERKINS, K K 1' . . . Bay St. Louis, Miss. Arts and Sriencns S2 GII-Is' "A" muh. AIIRAIIAM J. PERI.Ev, 9 I 'If . . . New York City Pre-Mad Honor Roll, '28p Pro-Mod Club. SAM SIDNEY PERRY, A T S2 ...... liirininglmzun Hrls and Sciences Skullzag CII1ItIIlII Golf Tlllllllj IVIUO-1"l'0HillCllt Junior Clnssp l1'I'o:-IlInmII Busolmll: Rho Alphn. TI-Lu, '27: AllVl'l'tlSllll-Z' Munugcr ''RIIIIIInr:I'-JIIIIIIm-I"'5 1-Iigh Hut Club. GUS A. PE'1'I'l"I', 'Ir 2 K ....... Birmingham Co m nz era' ' B 9 A "Cl'llllN0ll-XNIIHQUH SUIIT: LllII'nI'y Asslstnllt, '28p UIIIII Ghibclllncg Jll.CUlJlllS. SYIINEY S. PFLEGER . . . . . . . . Mobile Arlx and Scienccs I-luslncss StII.I'L' "Corolla," '28, '29, "Corolla" Editorial SLI1I'l'g I-'hllomnthlcg Baud, '27, '28. JAMES P. PHILLIPS. . . . . . . . . Roanoke COIllIIlL'l'El' RAYMOND MCDONAIIIJ PIIII.I,Ivs, X A Z2 . . Sylacauga Engineering . ' T B 'I' llonur Roll, '27, '28, Junior Fucullyg St. PnL's Coniinlllul-, '28 WILLIAM ANIIREW PREsco'I'I', JR. . . Brewton Co m m era' Eu11lIlnIIs: CoIIIIIIeI'cu Cluh. KA'I'IIRvNE PRliWli'I"l', X S2 . . . . Baton Rouge, La. .flrls and Scic1zcu.I' llonor Commlttccp .D0hIl.llllg' Cluh. lCvERIa'I'I' All0l.Pl'lli PRICE, X A 21 .... Castlelmerry 1'r1'-M1'd G, K II' EVA PRIIIIJY, A Z .' ....... . Sulligent Arls and Sciences BlrLckl'rliLI's. . " awsmmmm cmwaawzseawa " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-1 ' A ' rg? 'wcismwasasasswbsws swsswzowsasasmaism' unior Class FRANK NOEL, PRIDGIBN, ll K A . . Dothan Lafw V Band, '24, '25, Butun Club: Yellow Dogs: "Corolla" Staff. PIARRY H. PRlCHE'l"l', II, 1' A .... . Tuscaloosa Iris and Sciencrs CI' X Blue Koyg Prvslflt-nt .Tunlor Class: Busluoss Manager "Rlllllllll!I'-Jll.Illl'll0I"'Q "Crhnson-NVhite" Staff: "Corolla" Stni'l'p Executive Commlftt-05 Pan-Hellenic: Golf Team, '26, '27, '28, '29, FANNIE ELEANOR Po1.1.ARn, K A . . . . . Selma Art.: and Scirrzmt II President 1-'l '2D7 Kr-yi-ltouog Womnn's Count-llg Wonmns' Pzui-Hellenic-5 Pl Dultu Sigma. MCGEPIIEI5 PoR'rER, JR., A K E . . . . . Birmingham Ari: and Sl'iL'7lCl'J J. H. RAINER, E N ........ Union Springs Co m m area A K JI' Ar.nER'r L. RANRIN, JR., 2 N . West Palm Beach, Fla. Cifvil Engineering 9 T Junior Faculty: Exvnutlvo Committee: Key loo: Sevre- tnry Baton Club, President F'1'L-shmnn Engineering Class, '2T: Ss-:fmtnry-Tronsurt-r Junlor Fill!-I1l10l!l'lhL.I Class: Band, '27, Rho Alpha Tatu, '27g Oillccrs Club, A. S. C. E., S. A. M. E.: Junior Prom Committee. MAR1oN ELENA READ, A E .' ..... Tuscaloosa Arts and Scicncm' Doucmss DURFEE REED, E fb E . . . Chattanooga Lww A B. 2: A 'K JACK CAl.vlN REED ........ . Holt Ch:-mira! Erzginrcrirzg NED MORRIS REILLY, flv E K . ..... Birmingham l"r1'-Mvd E 'I' B Il, P O A "Crimson-XVhlte" Stuff, Sports Edltox' "Corollng" Fresh- mrm Football, '2lig Flnt Cnnsg Nownmn Club: Pre-Med Club, '27: Jacobins: Assistant Editor "Crimson-White." FRANCES DEAN REYNOLDS, Z 'l' A ..... Mobile ' fl rl: and S cifncvs II Girls' Glam Club, '28, '29, Forretnry I-lomo Evonomlcs Club, '28, '20, EVELYN PAULINIE Rxcn . . . . . . . Warrior flrls and Scimrrs FRANR Rmorrm . ....,.. . Montgomery Commcrn' RAx'1v1oNnR1vR1N . . .... . . . Brooklyn Pre-Mcd I00 ' awaawacsm czwoasmswz ' THE COROLLA, 1929 QYQIV ,leigh 'osaoassosswamwessso A ssaommmsoossosswe unior Class BANKS JOHNIIE RonERrsoN, II .N . . Pre-Med WILLIAM E. ROBINSON ........ Birmingham Arts and Scicncrs Track Team: Olllcers Team. WILLIAM LEWIS ROBINSON, X fl- . . . Alexander City ' Ch:-mica! Enginrcring . Vernon 6 T Junlor Faculty. FLOY S'rERLINc ROGERS, JR., fb A 9 . . Coleman Mcdzmu' 'I' X Skulls. WILLIAM HARRIS RoLI.EN. . . . . .Carrollton Educafzon President Junior Class: Education Clulrg Masonic Club. . Guntersville INEZ RUNYAN A A A ...... I flrfs and Sczencrs Girls' Glee Club: Home Economics Club. ORVILLE FINDLEY RUSH, fl- 2 K . . . . . Bessemer Arts and Sclefzrzu' 'l'KA.AflllG,P6A,AAE Editor-ln-Chief' "Crimson-Whitcf' Editor-in-Chief Sum- mor Edition "Crimson-Whltc"g Assistant Editor "CrlIn- Whlto" '28- "Corolla" Staff '27 '28, '29g Associate son- ,, , ,, , , Editor "Corolla," '28, Associate Editor "Rammur-Jam- mor." '28, '29: Sports Editor Alumni News: President Ghlbolllnes, '29' Blue Key: Varsity Debating Team, '26, '27, '28, '29: President Tau Kappa Alpha. 28. 293 President Euphlan Literary Society. '27, '28: Secretary Eullhlilfl. '27: Flat Cans: Vlco-Presldgegt Fgrrtt CSQIS, '28, , , . ,29. '29: Excelsior Literary Society, .., , , , Vlco-President Excelsior, '28: Y. M. C. A. K'aPlnet,C '28, ' ' ' Iluh, '29: President Rho Theta Alpha, 28, 29, Pro .nw '27, '28: Phllomathlc, '27, '28, '29: Puhllclty Aga-nt Philo- mathlc, '28, '29: Stratford Club, '28, '29: Cluh Ghlholllncg Honor Roll: Forensic Council, '27, '28. '293 Jacohln Club, '28, '29: President Jacobins, '28, '29, Public-ity Director Ghlbelllnes, '28, '29g Junior Prom Committee. FRANK RUSSELL, A T A . . .I .... Birmingham ' Arts and Sczences FRANCIS EUGENE SALLEY ..... . Salley, S. C.- Medicine Q X A M . . . Jonestown, Miss. THEODORE R. SALMON, Z Arts and Scwnrrs Freshman Track, '261 Varsity Track, '27, '28. THOMAS CLIFFORD SALTER . . . . . . . . Alliance Commerce ' Commerce Cluhg Omcers Cluh. EDWARD HAEENER SAUNDERS, fb E K . . . Bessemer Larw 2 A K Glee Cluh, '24, '25, 26, '27, '28: Varsity Qunrtvt. '2l5: "C0r4Jlln." Stall, '28: "Crimson-XVhito" ' ' Hellenic Council. Stuff, 28, Pan- J. EI.LIo'I'r ScARnoRoUGI-I, JR., K A . . Mr. Willing Mcdzcmc A M P, fb B TI A. B. Degreeg Prcsldcnt Freshman JAMES OscAR SENTELI., fb l' A.. . zfrls and Scznzcex A I' 6 A ' '29' "Corolla " '27 '29' f'l'CSld0lll l Medical Class. . . . .Lnverne "Crimson-White," '27, . - - . Excelsior. '27g Euphlan: Philomathirrg Treasurer Quad- rangle, '29: President Stratford. '2S: Vice-President Y. M. C. A., '29: Executive Committee, '291 F'0l'f'Yl9lC COUYWII. -' Committee. '27, '28g Ulue Key, Junior Prom " sssoowoczswo csaosswasewtf " THE COROLLA, 1929 I 1 ' 1 rg unior Class Ronmu' EVANS SESSIONS, K A . .... Birmingham Arts and Scimcr: Bli'I"l'Y SnAlalf1PlaR, A Z . ..... Bainbridge, Ga. Arts and Scicnunv II JOHN MnnANla SIIAVIER, JR. . . . Opelousas, Lo. Cammfru' Wnrml Storno Prlzo, '27, '28g Honor Roll, '27, '28g Junlor lfnm-ulty: Vim--Prusirlvnt Junlor f'0l'llHl'I'l'U Classy Pom- lxu-x'L-sr Cluhg Olllvors Uluhg Rlfln Tvzun. '27, '28g S. A. M. E. EARNEY W. SHAW . . . . . . . . Holly Pond Commeru' Buml, '26, '27p Uomnu-run Clulr. EVHLYN SUEPIIERD, A A A . . . . . . 'Tuscaloosa dris and Sciz'1m's TI Girls' Glen Clulr, REYNOLD QUINN Sll0'l"I'S. . . . . .Hackleburg Mining Enginfcring 'l' B 'l', 'I' ll ll A. l. M. M. E.: Junlm' l"zu:ully, '28, '29. VVILLARD R. Sl'l'l.l5R, A 'I' S2 . . . . Alliance, Ohio Co m Ill l'l'L'l' , I.uoNA El.lZAl3l5'l'lI SKlil.'l'0N . . . . Birmingham Education Honor Hull, '27, '2Xp Junior Fur-ullyg Unntumlworury Do- lmtlng Clulig Educutlon Club, ARTHUR Mll.l.liR Slcwvnk . ..... .Columbia Co m rn Nu' JAMES OllRliA SMITH, T Q X .,.. . Baker Hill flrls and Scimars A. I. M. E.: Honor Roll, '27, '2S: Phllnnmtlllvg H. S. U. Uouncllg Junlur Faculty. RAYMOND FRANCIS SMITH, E A E .' .Brooklyn flrls and Sciefzrfs MAX Sonor., K N. . . . . . . .Birmingham ' C0lIlII1L'fCL' Pun-l-lcllnnlcr. linw1N P. SOLOMON, jk., Z B T . . Birmingham Pro-Mfd Tmconolui WILLIAM Spmz. . . . . . .Erie, Pa. .4rt.v and SCi6'7lCl'J Alubunm Qundrnnglcg "A" Club: Blwebrtll. '27I FCM' btlll, '27. " GWWQWWDGNWD GNWDQWWCFW " 'O THE COROLLA, 1929 fs..-891' HGEQEZ GWWDCWWDGNWJWWGWW5 Q CFWFWDGWWDGWWEGNWD , , unior Class VVll.l.lAM P. SPLAWN, A X . . . . . Leeds Engincrring A. S. U. Ie. JOHN ALLRN S'l'Al.CUl' . . . . . . . . VVinfielIl. Chrflziral Enginwering ' 1' 2 lc, X ll -I-. T B Il I-IUGII STARLING, E A E. . . . . . . .Troy Ari: and Scienccs Vnr:-Ilty Footlmll. '27g Varsity Bn:-Ielmll, '28: "A" Club: .Hn.1.oII Clnlrg l5l'1?Shl'lll1.ll l+'uutlmll, '26, FIM-SIIIIIHII Balm-- Imll, '27, .. GIaoRcn LIQROY STEELE, T SZ X . . . Pascagoula, Miss. Mcclmniml E11gim'vri1Ig JoIIN STUART STONE, 112 K E . . . . Birmingham Lafw 'I' A A CECIL HOWARD S'I'RAwIIRInGIs, II N . . Vernon Las-w "CnI'nlln" Stuff, '24, '25, "f?l'llTlS0ll-xvlllfku Stuff, '24, '25, AHI-Ilstnnt T4usIlIII:sH MlLlll1R'C'l' "Cl'll1lS0ll-NvhilthH '26, '27: BUBllll'SS MIInIIgr'I' "CI'lnIHnn-XVl1ltu." '29, "Corolla" Stuff, '28' Euphluns, '24, Exuulslnr, '24, R. O. T. C. I4lL!Llfl2llEl.lll, . I 1 ,25 '2G: Pre-Law Club: Erosophlc, '24, A. S. L. L., 1 "" Ghlbul- Ass'istnnt Business 1Wll.llllLZ'l-'I' 'AI1l'i.l'l1lHUl"JLl.l1llTl0l , llnesg Agriculture Club. IKE STUCKEY. .... . . . . .Midland City Commercv RICHARD LRE SUMMERHAYS, 2 X . . . Chicago, Ill. Co mm era' ROGER C. SU1"I'I.R , . . . . . . . Felix Junior Lafw 2 A K ZELMA rI'ANKERSl.EY. . . . .... . Prattville flrls and Scimrm' . .Birmingham ANGUS MACIEY TAYI.OR, JR., A K E . Arts' and Sczenuur '27 Vll'l1PFU'ilL1Pllt l"l'OShlllLl.Il Clnssg Rho Alplm 'l'IIu, 5 ..- . . Blnckfrlarsg Olllcors' Club: Rcghncntnl Stuff: Skulls, I Scnblmrd and Blade. ELDRED B. TIEAGUIE, 9 X . . . . . Birmingham Pre-Med fb X CLIFFORD HUGH THOMAS, A K E . . Cucamonga, Cal. Art: and Sczencr: Rho Alpha Tau, '27: Arch Club: Night Hnwksg Freshman Track: Secretary-TI'eavsuI'er Sophomore Class, '28. . . Eufaulu FLORENCE TIIOMAS, X Q. . . . . . Arlx and Sczences II . Pun-Hellenic Council, Honor Council, '27: HonornI'y Cadet. Colonel, '29, Queen of St. Pulls Day. '28. SAM MAVERICK TIIOMPSON, 9 X . . . . Tuscumbiu Commerce , . :og " GWWGWWDGNW GWWDGNWDGWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qw ' 1 ' rfb 'iiwrsawaawacwzacawzs wwaawzsanwaawazaemn' I UI'1iO1' Class X MAcIIAnI, TRII-I-I, A 112 A .... . Birmingham l Pre-Med ' VIRGINIA Loulsli TIIoMPsoN .... . Citronelle Arts and Science: 1-lull Chn.lrIIIuII. AR'l'l'lUR S'I'EEI.I2 '-FXDWELL, 2 fb E . . . Monroe, La. Arts and Science: "CoI'oll:1." Stal'I', '29. Asnnv HARRIS TOULMIN, A X . . . . Mobile Cifvil Engineering ES'l'lil.Lli TRAYLOR . ..... . . Wedowee Education Education Clubg Y. NV. C. A.: Dulmtlng Club. BEN B. TRIQADWELI., fl' E K , . . . Montgomery Pre-Med Il' B Il, If S2 A l':LII-llollm-IIII: Cnunr-ily DoMolayg "Crimson-VVhltv"g "Ram- llll'I'-JllllllH1'l'," '29: "CoI'ulln.." '26, '29p l1'I'm-Ihnlun Truvkg Varsity Trm-lc: Flut Guns: AHSISUIIII Buslnesa Mllllflgiil' "Crimson-Whlro," '28, '29g Junior Prom Committee. ALI-'RED JAMES VIQREHERNE . . .... . . Ensley Medicine I-IoRAcE VAN nn VooR'I', 112 K E . . . Woodward Pre-Med -1- B II Glsokcn I-IowARn VRAZHY . . . . Castlelaerry Commerce f'0llllll1'l'l'l' Clulrg "Corolla" Stuff: Froshnmn '1'I'Iu:kg Cross Country. HlENRIli'l"l'A Cl'lAMBl.l'SS WALKER, K A . . Selma .flrls and Sciences H . RALI-n WA'rsoN . .... . Furman Pre-Med JAMES MORRIS VVA'I'I' . ..... . Geiger Commerce "C0l'0lllI." Stuff, '29. VVII.I.IAM J. WEATI-IERFoRn . . . . Mount Pleasant Alris and Science.: -'cor-oIIa" Stuff, '29, HARoI,n O. Wramcs, E 'Ir E . . . . . . Cullman Engineering Education Cluhg Mn:-xonlrz Club. BIaR'rRAM WIaINnAUM . . . . . . . .Sheffield Commerce COIIIIIIOFCO Cluhg "Corolla," '29, HOWARD STANLEY WIzI.noN . . . . .Notasnlga Medicine fll X "CIrlm:-on-XVhllc" Stuff: "Corolla" Stuff. FRANCES El.lZABE'1'H WESTON. , . . .Birmingham Arts and Sciences " czwzmwacmrs ciwmawacwz " THE COROLLA, 1929 YQNWDGNWWWDGNWDGWWI5 U I.11'1i01' Class CHARI.Es A, WHEELER, 111 I' A . . . Atlanta, Ga. Comrrwrrrr Key Club: Rl1lI'kf'l'l!l.l', . CARLTON EDWARD WHITE . . . . Jacksonville ' Education Education Club. ELMER HENRY WHI'I'EHoUsE . . . . Evansville, Ind. Commeru' B SZ A Glen Cluh: University Band: Baton Club: Con1In0I'f:u Club: DvMoluy: Secretary CDIHIIIOITU Cla:-Is. ERNEs'I' KELLY WILCOX, JR., A X A . . Valdosta, Ga. Arts and Scicncrs "Cm'ulltL" Staff, '27: Erosnnhlv, '27: Pre-Luw Club, '27, '2S. ARTHUR Fos'rER WILKERsoN, JR., CI' A 9 . . Marion Arts and Srience: CAs'I'ER GRlEEl.Y' WILLIAMS . . . . Winfield Commrrce Comtn--I'c0 Club. SIDNEY J. WILLIAMS . .... . Tuscaloosa Mcdirim' . 'I' X. 1' E E ARNOLD Wll.SON, B K . . . . . . . Quinton Mndicinr' G X A. K Ill K. 'I' B Tl' NANCY SILVERS WILSON . . . . . . . Elkmont flrlx and Sricrzmv LEWIS EUGENE W7l'l'HEROW, 9 K N . . Galax, Va. Prr'-Med Pre-Mod Club. EDWIN S. WORD. . . . . . . . . .Huntsville ' Am and Sciences Euphlnn: Pre-Lnw Club: Forensic Councll: Dt-lmtlm: Club: Gladstone Club. CHARLES CLARKE YOUNG, 'Ir E K . Watertown, Conn. Eledrical Enginrcring HARRY KENNETH YOUNG ...... West Blocton Cornmcrcz' ISABELLE YOUNGBLOOD, A X Q .... . Corlowville Arts and Scienaur - l Home Economics Club: CDIItcmpoI'nI'y Dulmtlng Club. ADOLPH CHARLES ZOPPA, -If E K .... Verona, N. J. Ari: and Scienrns Io5 " Qwttsaaaraaaars czmmcmmmm i' fa THE COROLLA, 1929 5, ' 1 ' rg. n .'WIf'Q,UVfQh , F5 -iw A-"'- ,JL , :HV H Fl' ' 'lm 5uLvnHQ1:: 'pu- W4 -QE ng W W' - I f I' L 1 X HQ :li N 0 , , A xx .-'N V L X ,I '-f' Q ,Y . p-:L Af. 12,1 M qw: A A X ..,. ' . f J ' T- ,5-'ifg?2','f. W 4' 14" - Wk' ' A Z QMW wax., J ' ds?-.ix b N m :THQ--M lx wg Hp! E N 5 f ' ggi ij' fi- A +1 1 f W , ' 1 2 Agar' -iq. " ,' ,V I N , - 'T....--.h ....4:Q.-:g 54 Q 3 N N '1Q, ff,f :z e? 1- '-'fi H f ,'1m4..9 A' ' - ' -4 ' Q"' ' A S' " 'Qs W C.L..SMlTHq A , Y 4 S O P H O M O RE S " Qwfamwtfcwwfi swwzmwamm " THE COROLLA, 1929 QW ' 1 ' fsls Qkwzawwamwscwzamz awmawaawacwsawbwm 1 OFFICERS " GWWDWWDGNWE GWWDQWWDGNWE5 " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-HSI' 1lCh'!Sl. WWJGNWDGWWDWWDGWWD M GWWDWWDGWWGWWGNWI5 Sophomore Class JANE ABERcRoMmE, KA. . . . . . .Montgomery Ari: and Sciences JACK M. ADLER, Z B T ..... . Birmingham Engineering Bluckfriurs MARY SUE ALDRIDGE ...... .Moulton Arts and Science.: DAVID ALEXANDER ......... Valley Head Commerce Rlfln Tenmg "Corolla" Staff, '29. GEORGE B. ALEXANDER ....... Birmingham Commerce Pre-Law Club, Forensic Council, 1928-'29: Commerce Club. HENRY LUTHER ANDERSON, H N ...... Sellers Pre-Med 111 B II SARA ARNOl.D, K A ....... . Anniston Arts and Seienres Q MAUDE EUGENIA BAER, A X fl .... . Birmingham Ari: and Sciences Womun's Council: "Crimson-VVh1te" Staff: Ghlbllllnesg Contemporary Debating Club: Y. W. C. A.: Freshman Cabinet, '28g R. O. T. C. Sponsor, '28g Vioe-President Ghibellines, '29. PAUL JETTE BAccE1'r . . . . . . . Birmingham Engineering , Freshman Trackg.College Band. JOHN LEE BALLARD, JR. . . . . L . . Mobile Chemical Engineering JAMES BENNARD BARFIELD, X A E . . . Talladega Pre-La-w Golf TL-nm: "Corolla" Staff: "Rnmmcr-Jamme1"' Staff: "Crimson-White" Staff, Pro-Law Club. JAMES BASKERVILLE ...... . . Ruston, La. Commerce K I' 'P JAMES L. BATSON, lb E K . . .Bessemer Pre-Med Gluo Club, '27, '28, '29. , FLoY MAY BAUCUM, K K 1' . . . Haynesville, La. 1 Arts and Seiencer Sl HAZEL BAUCUM, K K 1' ..... Haynesville, La. , drl: and Science: Q A ELOISE BEA'r'rY, Z T A . . . . . .Tuscaloosa ,Arts and Science: 108 " czeaoaemmm owzwmzwzs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qu ' l 1 ' , , Sophomore Class 5 CUR1' SNEAD BENEFIELD ...... . Boaz Chemical Enyillrcring J. H. BERMAN ....... . . Montgomery Lafw X Gnto Club. A LYMAN BIRD, fb E K . . . . . .'Phenix City Pre-Lafw "Col'olln." Stuff, '28, '29g Pri--Ilxuv Club. GEORGE WILBURN BLACK, ll K A . . . Montgomery Arts and Sriczzcws FRED L. BLACKMON, fl' 1' A .... . Anniston Co m m erw President Sophomore Ulu:-ls: Gull' Squad. EDWARD PRoc'roR BLANCHARD . . . . Elizabeth, N. J. Education Art Staff, HliillllDICK'-J!lllll"l"l0l"'1 Education Clubg Scu1'ot:u'y DeMoltLy Club. JESSE TIIOMPSON BONNEY, 111 K E . St. Petersburg, Fla. Eledrzcal Efzgzrzrrrzrzg P A T, B S2 A Rho Alpha Tatu, 'ZSQ Erosophlc, '28g l'ilnckl'rlnrg A. A. E.: President Euphlnns, '28: 'l'l'UflSUl'l!l' Exten-lsiox', '29g Pruni- dent Beta Omc-ga Dcltn, '28: Prcsid"nt DnMoluy Club. '28g Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Englnuurlng Class. FRANCES BOONE, K A ...... . Tuscaloosa Ari: and Scimznxt II Glen: Club. . Gli0RGE REGINALD Boom . . . . . Paulsboro, N. J. Art.: and Scicfzcws MARTIN V. BORDMAN, 2 S2 Alf . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Ari: and Scicncrs RICHARD Aus'rxN Bo'rs1foRD, flw E K . Lake Placid, N. Y. Prt'-Lafw Pre-Law Club. MARGARET El,IZABE'l'H BoU'rWE1.I. . . . Greenville ' Ari: and Sciwzcws HARRY W. BOYD . ...... Hollis, Long Island Pre-Law B 9 A Trzu-k T4-um: Cross Country, llvMolny Club: Pro-Law Club: Commerce- Club. EDWARD B. Bovua, A 'T A ..... . Birmingham Co nz m :ree FARLIEY MOOIJY Bovmas, K A . . . . Mobile Arlx and Sricncrs .H , .Blur-ki'rlm's. JAMES RICHARD BRANNON, A T A . . . Jackson, Miss. Arla' and Scicnmt ICQ " eawaaaaswam wazmasewrs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 l " ' rg 'ahwaavwaswfaewwaowwa awwzmazawzaawamaism' SOp1'l0'lT101'6 Class 1 J. EDWIN BRooRs, E N ...... Camilla, Ga. flris and Scic'ncz's Key-Icc. j MARIAM BRAni'oRn BROWN, K K P . . . Birmingham h l Art.: and Scivncm' sz l-IUNTER MERRILL BROWN, IJ N . . . . . Eufaula . Art: and Scicncrs Susm BROWN, A I' A ....... . Attalla Arls and Scicncrs WALTER Tl'1oMAs BROWNELI., A K E . . . Tuscaloosa Elvclrical Engincnrirlg Mll.IDREIJ O'DELEE BUCRNER, A E A . . . Tuscaloosa Ari: and Scicucr: RonnR'r Lian BURCHFIELD. . . . . .Bessemer ' First Ycar Lafw RonHR'r I-IHNRY BURKE, 9 X .... South Bend, Ind. flrls and Scic'ncr'.f Num. BuLI.ocR, 9 X ...... Panama City, Fla. Electrical Enginrcring PIIILLIP L1vxNcsToN BUTLER, II iK fb. Morristown, N. J. Commerce A K NP Junior Faculty. EDWARD BRUCRBYNUM, E fb E . . 1 . . Lineville Elncfrical E7lgi1IL't'fiIl,0 LU'rmaR DARDRN BYNUM, TI K fb . . . . Oneonta Pre-Lafw ISAAC D. BYRD . . . . . . . . . Frisco City Pn'-Med Joim ANDREW CADDELL, TI K A . . . . Decatur Pre-Lafw Pro-Law Cfluhg Club Ghilwllinvg V100-I'I'l'SiK10llt Sophomurc Class: Euphlnng "Crimson-Whitc"3 Forensic Council: Jacobins. JASPER LAMAR CALLAWAY . . . . . Havana, Fla. Pre-Mad 9 K XI' ' 1'r0-M4-fl Vlulvg "l'0l'ollu" Stuffg "Crimson-Whlto". JAMES J. CAMl'mz1.L, JR., E A E .... Montgomery Commerce A E II Erosophic. no " czmwaomzsmm awrsawsawrv " THE COROLLA, 1929 F9 -e A . A..-ff6ll Ik X , D ri? mwuswuasmswzaeaz ewwscewasswsemwscswi? 4 SOPIIOHIOTC Class W FRED BERT CAMPOPIANO, A fb A .... Orange, N. J. A Ari: and Scirzlcrs VVILSON T. CAN'rRR1.1., JR, II K A . . Alabama City Pri'-Mrd . 'If X I-IARoI.D FREDERICK CAPLAN, Z2 S2 KI' . . Cleveland, O. .flrls and Sciences NAZARENE Louis CAPRARIO, A 52 X . . Elizabeth, N. J. Arts and Stifncrs JOHN FRANKLIN CARDWELL, JR., 2 N . Paragould, Ark. I Pre-Lafw ' 4 P A T Skull: Bln1:kfrlm', '28: Rho Alpha. Tnu, '28: 1"x'o-Lmv: Freshman Football, '27. ANDREW C. CARD, II N ..... . . . Tuscaloosa Chefhiml Enginrfering "C!'lIll5l0l'I'NVHHOH Stn IT. WILUAM H. CARD, II N ..... .Tuscaloosa Pre-Lafw l'lm'mon Foundnllon Svholurshlp: "Cul'fwll1L" Buslnvss Stuff. EZ A ..... Bessemer EVELYN IDALENE CARNRS, A flrfs and Scicncfs film-kI'rlars: Erosophlc, '28: Ghlblllnr-sg Y. W. C. A.: li. O. T, C. Sponsor: Contom110rm'y Delmtlng Club. JAMES LAULRR CARPIENTER . . . . . . New Hope Arts and Scimcrr DOROTHY CASON, K K I' ...... Lakeland, Fla. flrls and Scifncrs ANNIE Jon CA'1'uEv, A A A . . . Gadsden Eduratirm H Gloe club. Amen BRI'1'NEI.l. CIIENAUIJI' . . . . . Decatur Aria' and Scicncrar Lucy ADEl.E CIIENAULT . ..... . Russellville Arts and Scicncr: H. DAv1s Curves, vb A 9 ...... Corinth, Miss. Commerce OLIVER CLARK, 6 X . I. . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. Arls and Scicncrs Wn.L1AM L. CLARK . . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa First Year Lafw T K A U ' P Lnw Cluh Phllnmnthlcg Erosophlc, '26: Excolslor, '27: l'0- . , '27: First Medal Freshman Declamntlon, '27: Club Ghlbelllno: Forensic Councll, '27: Vlcv-Prcsldent, '29: Y.' M. C. A.: Delegate Blue Ridge, '28: Y. M. C. A. Cnlilnut: Sczcretary-Treasurer '.l'uuDIiOappa Alpha: Intcrcolluglnte e ate. III " GM:wa:sc1M.:f c3Mz:c2Mz:f1MD " THE COROLLA-, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' rg Lfdseoowoowoosmmwo owoowoawoczwoowbii S0ph0lTl01'C Class MAIDGE BRYCE CLARKSON, K A . . . . Tuscaloosa Arls and Sciences II CllARl,liS BAXTER CLEMMENT, K A . . . Rover, Ark. Commerce Musonlm- Club: Trr-nsurr-r Masonic Club: Lleutf-nunt ll. O. T. C.: Vnrslty Football: "Corolla" Stuff. '29g Truck. WILIJAM MINGE COC!-IRANE, fl: 1' A . . . Tuscaloosa Arts and Sciences Exm-vlsiorg Qundrnngleg Blaukl'rlur, '27g Honor Roll, '27g 'AREl.lllIIl0l"-Jllllllllt'l"' Stuff, '29, M'Lma Coma . . ...... Los Angeles' Calif. Special Cr,n'1'Us F. CDLEY ........ Inglefield, Ind. Commeree A221I.BS2A.AAE llonor Rollg Euplilunsg DeMolny Clubg "C:-lmsou-NVhitu"g COIIlllll!l'C0 Club, ANDREW FRANKLIN COLLIER . . . Montgomery Pre-Med 41 X MAR1'xN RALPH Conuccx, A 'Il A . . . Newark, N. J. Cifuil Engineering BRAx'roN BRAGG CDMER, X fb .... Alexander City Arr: and Sciences EDWARD rFKlPl'E COMER, fb A 9 . .V . . Eufaula Arts and Seicncws I-IARRY YA'rlzs CONNELL, 9 X . L . .Tuscaloosa Commerce JAMES MAsoN Cos'roN, A X A ..... Birmingham Arts and Sciences Officers Club. ERMA GAYLE Co1'rsY, A E A . . . . Mobile Arts and Sciences Secretary Y. NV. C. A. J1assuADm,MAs Coucu . ..... . . Winfield Arts and Scicnee: Louis Joslavu CRAco, 'If 9 X . . . Irvington, N. J. Pre-Med - GURLEY A. CREEL, T S2 X . . . . Crossville i Pre-M4'd 9 K All Pre-Med Club. Jlcssu Lim DAFFRON ..... . Millport Larw Euphlnn, '28. Il2 " owzsczwomwo awoawzsczsw THE COROLLA, 1929 Qerel M53 GWWGWWGWWDGWWEGWWD 45 GNWDGNWDGWWGWWHQWWE SOPl'l0TI'l0I'C Class I'IIaNRI' CAkI.'I'oN DANIIII., JR., II K A . w7Hj'IlCSll0l'0, Ln. flrls and .S'rirncr.r LAGAN D. DAVIII ........... Mohile I ' Chrlniml l5ngi111'eri11g Vlzrl--Pro:-IlIloIIt Snplxmxnoru EIIglIIvI GRACEDAVIS,AZ. . . . . . .. Arls and Scir'fm'.v ' GII-Is 'A' muh. LU'I'llliR DAVIS, JR., A K E . . Pm--Mfd fb B TI BIIRNARII RAYMONII DICK, 22 A M . . Pro-Law RUFUS Lowmak DICKIEY . ..... Arlx and Scimzcws Rox' FoRIzs'I' DIIIwoR'I'II. . . . . . lirzgimfcring JAMES JosIzI'II DIPIAZZA, A df A . . . Arts and Scienu-1 EDDIE MARVIN Dlscmzk, E N . . Commerce CIIAIILES RALPI-I Donsow, X A Z2 . Co Ill 111 fra' CoI1IIIIuI'c'u Clulu. rlmr l'IIIeI:4. . Nocatee, Fla. . rFllSCIll00Sll . RutlzIIId, Vt. . .Chnmm . New Hope Newark, N. J. . . Mobile . .Fayette BILL WI5sI.EY Dom, ID K E .... Clarksdale, Miss. Arn' and Scicncr: Buton Clulmg UlllVl'l'Slly Band. GIIQRGI: REUBEN DoI.I.AR. . . . . Commercc J.VVESLEX'DONAl'lO0. . . . . Cammfra' CIIARLES GIIOILGII DOWNING . . . Ari: and Sciwicfs DoRo'I'I1Y E. Doucuuk, A S2 . . . Arts and SCiL'llCI'.l'l JACK EDWARD DoUvII.I.n, E X . . . Commerre . . Addison Chilclersburg . Erie, Penn. Flint, Mich. Montgomery 113 A" GWWGWWDGWW WWEGWWDGWWH " THE COROLLA, 1929 QQKGII 'ICM-ff? CFWQWWGWWGNWGWWE5 4 WWDWWGWWEGWWDGWWD Sophomore Class ORION TIIoMAs DOZIER . . . Birmingham Lafw I'IIzI.IsN DucIcwoR'I'II, A A A . . . . Tuscaloosa Education Erosophlc. '27g I-lonor Roll, '27. CHARLES RICHARD DUGINS, 2 X . . . . . Tuscaloosa Ari: and Sciences P A T Rho Alpha Tnu, '28. JDIIN QUINCY EA'I'oN, JR., A K E . Whitehaven, Tenn. Arts and Science: CRAwIfoRD EULIOUS EDWARDS, JR. . .Birmingham Commerce KERMIT CHARLES EDWARDS . . . Gadsden Pre-Lafw JAMES ALBERT ELLIS . . . . . . Valley Head Commerce ALBERT BASCOM ELMORE ...... Gordo, Ala. Ari: and Science: Froshmnn Football, '27g Freshman Baseball, '27: Vnrslty Football, '28. LOUISE ENGBARTH, A EJ A . . . Ocean Springs, Miss. ' Arlx and Science: Education Club. JAMES COLEY ETIIIZRIDGE . . . ' . Eufanla Pre-Lafw JAMES BAILEY EAs'I'AIIRooIc, A T A . . Warren, Ohio Engineering JOIIN CIIIISTER EVANS . . . . . . .Decatur Elcrlrical Engineering TI1URs'I'oN LANIER FALKNER, H N . . . . Vernon Commerce GIaoRcn L. FAUcIs'I'I', JR.. E N . . . . Gadsden Commerce HELEN FIQNDLEY, B fb. . . . . . .Oneonta Ari.: and Science: 1-lorne Economics Club: Womans' Colle-go, '28. OLIVIA GUINNDOLYN FELTON . . ..... Ramer Hrls and Sciences Secretary oi' Pre-Lnw Club, '28: Pre-Law Club, '28g WOIllHll'B Contemporary Debating Clubg Delegate to Blue , Ridge, '28. " GWWGWWDGWW GNWGWWDGWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q., I .L - Sophomore Class RUIIYFINCI-IIzR. . . . . . . . . . . .Anniston Ari: and Science: Pre:-Ildvlil. of B. S. U., '29g Junior Faculty. ALICE LOUISA FINDLAY, B III . . . . .Moundville ' Education Eclum-atlon Club. B fl' ...... M1JlllldVlllC FI.oRA DRIIW FINIILAY, Ari: and Sciencfs "Corolla" Stuff, '29: Spunlsh Club. JOHN E. FLEMING . ...... . . Jackson Pre-Med Baseball. I THOMAS J. FLOYD, fl' F A . . . . Abbeville Pre-Mad 'lf B H Band. S'I'nPHIsN JosIzP'H FLYNN . . . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Civil Enginccring , A. S. C. E.: A. A. E.: NIENVIIIIXII Club: Track. MARSHALL GRAnoN FORD . . . . . .Wilmer Pre-Med Fl'0SllInH.ll TI'!LClC, '28, JOHN Al.Vl'YN FOSHEE, T Q X . . . . . Maplesville Pre-Lafw Pre-Lnw Club: Treasurer ol' Pre-Law Club. A I' F l3iI'minglI:Im JoI-IN S'I'RIcIcI.ANn Fos'I'ER, N .. . . Lam: ' T K A. 'Iv A fl' Vice-President ol' First Year Law Class. CQILBERT W. FOWLER . . . ...... Hartselle Arts and Scicnu-,I JOIINNIII FRANKLIN FREEMAN . . . . Phil Campbell Cifvil Efzgimvfring CHARLES EUGENE FULLIIR, 'III I' A .... LaFayette " flrls and Scicncrs :EUDllll7l.llI Excelsior: I,l'0-IALNV Club, WILLIAM LAFAYE'l"I'li FULTON, X A E . . . Bessemer Elzwfriml E7lfli7lI'Iffill!1 TI-IoMAs M. GACIIEI' ..... . Clio 'Co In m erca Musonlu Club. LoN CI1ARLIzs GAMMAGIE, E N . . . Americus, Ga. Arn' and Scifzzczxv Glec Club, '28, '29: "l-llllllllllll'-Jllllllllt!l"' 'SlIIfl', '29g "CornlIII," SLIIIT, '293 Arch Club. EucIeNIz GI-l0l,S'l'0N, 21 N . . . . Union Springs' Pre-Lafw Arch Club. " awwawwziowzs cwwrmwrsowsm " THE CCROLLA, 1929 Q3-I ' 1 'I l -rg? wswbmazefawsewwsmaz cwwewmmwaawwacwbm' l Sophomore Class DAN MCDONNELL GIBSON, A T A . . Birmingham Pre-Med SAUI. GINSDDRO, K N ...., . Birmingham Commerce WAI.'I'IaR M. GODDARD, A T A . . . Stratford. Conn. Commerce A E TI E'l'lllil, GIaRAI.DINIa GOI.nIfRc. ..., Gastonia, N. C. Arts and Scizvzcfs SIMON COLDNIER, K N ..... . Birmingham C07Il1I1l'fCL' EDWARD HII.zIaIM fi0l.DSMl'l'H, E A M . . Selma lilrrlrical Engim-criny LAWRIINCII GOI.DsMI'I'II, Z B T . . . . Huntsville Arla and Sciences GAII. EDWARD GOODLOE, 2 A E . . San Antonio, Tex. Arts and Sciwzrws 1 , Ardh Club. MARY EVIILYN GORDON, K K I' . . . Shreveport, Ln. f7rIs and Scienrrs RAYMOND SERGE GOURLDY, A X A- . . Springfield, Ill. Comvncrn' MIl.'l'0N CIIARLIIS GRACE, fb A 9 . . New Orleans, La. flrls and Scicncrs EUNICE Tl-IOMAS GlQllflflN ...... West Blocton Arts and Scimmuv Honor Roll, '28: S'1c'I'utIII'y ol' CoIIten1DoI'nI'y l'mhntlm.r Cluhg EIluc'IItlOII Club: Km-yslonog Spn.IIlslI Club: T'I'I-Hlclullt Hall Clmlrmon. JOHN EDWARD GRIGGS, JR.. E A E . . . Montgomery Co Ill In fra' A K 'I' FI'l'SllllHlll '1'rnvk, '28g Elmsopllln, '28. , RoIIIaR'I' '1'OxIax' I-IAAs, A K E . . . Mobile Co rn m era' S'I'IRI.INn HliRlilA'0RD I-IAMII.'roN, E N . . Greenville .4rl.v and Scimmfs Rho Alplm Tuu, '28g Key Inc. " GWWGNWDWW WWDGWWDGNWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q, I . , Sophomore Class FRANK HAGOOD, Z N ..... . . Evergreen Commerce A K II' CORNELIUS CovIeR'I' HAI'I'z . . . . Batavia, N. Y. . Pre-Lafw GLIENN OLFON I'IALL, II K A . . . Albertville Pro-Med PIIILLIF JEFFERSON HAMM . . . . Elba Pre'-Lafw Pri:-Law Club. JOIIN A. HAMPTON, T A Ill . . Averne, L. I., N. Y. ' Erzginecring DoRo'I'IIv HANRINS, IT B 111 . . . Daytona Beach, Fla. - Ari.: and Scicncrxr 9 . ICATHERINE HARDIN ....... . Northport Ari: and Scimzcf-.v ORvII.LI2 GEORGli I-IARRINc'roN, II N . .Sylacauga Pre-Lafw Pro-Lnw Club. BAR'I'oN LYONS PIARRIS, A K E . . Birmingham Erlgillccring CLYDE CIIARLFS HARRIS ....... Birmingham Commerce "l'm'ullIL" Staff, Pri!-Lmv Club: Glue Club: Flll'l'llHIt' Coun- cllg Olllccrs Club. DAN BI.AIcIz HARRIS . . . . . . . Munford Pre-Mad 'Iv X "Corolla" Stuff, '29, Pro-Med Club, "Cl'llIlSOIl-XVIIHU." MARY PIaY'I'oN HARRIS, K A . . . . Scotrsville, Va. Art: WILLIAM GRIFFIN PIARRISON . . . . Grove Hill ' Commerce A 2 H CoIIIInuI'uu Club: l'hllrIInIItlIlc. QuIIdI'ILIII:ln, '29. CA'I'III5RINIz LnwIs HARWELL, X S2 . . . Birmingham Xlrls and Scinzrrs II El'OH0lll1'l'Q XVQIIIIIIIH ffouucll, '28g Sl!f'l'l'l1'll'y-Tl'l'!lSUI'l'l' SOIlh0lT10l'0 Clsmssg VIr'I--PI'I-:-xlrli-III. Glrls' l3l'lNl.l.lllg Society: Glue Cflubg Spnul:-Ih Club. JARII MAXWELL HENDERSON, X fb . . Alexander Ciry I Commerce I A -K 'I' . QllIlfll'1llll,5ll'1 ltho Al1IlIILfl'nI.I, '27: l"I'1-NIIIIIIIII '1'l'2Ll'lC T1-IIIII, '27: Vurnlty Trnvlc T1-nnx, '2S. HARRIFT HASSEI.L . . . . . . . . . Northpox-I Arts and Scimzrrx " Qwzswazsaem awtvczwaawzu " THE CCROLLA, 1929 Qu ' " ' rg, 'wowoawmwmowmowo owoamzsczmoowoawbey l Sophomore Class Jos 'TAYLOR HEARD. . . . . .Dothan Collmwru' C0llllll0l'C0 Club. LHsI.IIf ARTIIUR HENDERSON . . . . Charleroi, Penn. Commerra Vnrslty Football. l'IARnI,D BRINDLHY PIENDRIX . . . . Cullman Engineering ' D A. A. E. RoIzIzR'r L. HEUSTIS, E X . . . . Los Angeles, Calif. Co 111 m t'f'L'I' Rhn Alpha Tnu, '28, BIIRNICIQ Liam HILTON, A E A . . , . Double Springs flrls and Scicncrs Louisa HoFIfIsR, A III E ....... Norfolk, Va. Arts and Sciencf: Education Club. WII.I.IAIvI HENRY HocAN, 2 A E . St. Petersburg, Fla. Ari: and Sciences K1-y-Ice. RAI.I'II GAINS HoI.nnRc, JR., Z B T . . Mobile Firsl Ycar Lafw BERNARD BENJAMIN HOIIIIEY, E 111 E . . Sylacuuga Pre-Lafw GOIIDSBY KING HoI.s1'oN . . . . Selma Pre-Med 9 K XI' - Brmd, '28, Baton Club, '28g Pro-Mud Club, '29. DAVID LAURENCI2 HoR'I'oN, JR., A X A . . Erie, Penn. Commcrre Erosophlc. CI-IARI.Ies RIcIIARDsoN HoR'I'oN . . . Aliceville Co m In urn' MAIIIZI. LUCINIJA l-IoR'roN . . . . . Evergreen Conmzcrcv JAMES MANCUS Hoon. . . . . . .Collinsville Ari: and SCiL'71CI'.f '-um-Olin" Stuff: Football, ':s, 'zng -'A" cznmg Ianslqemill, '28, '29. RONALD CIIALMERS Hoon . ..... . . Florence Hrlx and Scicncrav 13il'lllilll.Z'illl.Il'l News Scllolarshlpg IIUIIOI' Roll. '28, WILLIAM EA'I'HERl,Y Hoon, 111 I' A . . . Birmingham Engzneering Rho AlDlm"1'uu, '28g Vlco-Pri-sirlelit Y. M. C. A. Fresh- man Cnbinot, '281 Vice-President Ernsopblc, '28, Black- frlnrsg President Sophomore Engineers, '29, 'I owwacwaawm awwzscwrsmwrs " THE CORGLLA, 1929 Q, I 1 A I SOpl'lOI'l'lO1'6 Class RICHARD CoI.EMAN HOOPER, 'If A 6 . . . Selma .flrls and Sciences Rho Alpha Tnu, '27g Skulls. JAMES WILLIAM HOWARD, 112 K 2 .... Tuscumbia - Fzrxt Year Lafw 0 A K, fb A 'If 131119 Klfy: President Blue Key, 253 Tl'0l1Sl.ll'0l' Oll1ll'l'llll . Deltn Kappa. '28: President Junior Class, '27g l1l'0sld1!lll Junior Prom Committee, '27p President Rho Alpha Tau, '2G: Cotllllun Committee. '29: 'Pl'0SlLl0l'lt Freshnmxi Lnw Class, '28: Arch Club: Executive Committee, '28g- Fresh- man Mmmger of Football, '25. WILLIAM BOLDEN HOWARD . . . . . . Cullman Commerce , Frshman Y. M. C. A. Crxblnetg Commerce Club. F. ScoT'I' HUEERT, K A . . . . . Meridian, Miss. Commerce Glee Club: Bnndg Capstone Orchestra. HoRAcE M. HULGAN ........ Valley Head Pre-Lafw Excelsiorg Pre-Law Clubg "Corolla" Stuff. FLORENCE ELIZABETH HULSART, A E A . . Tuscaloosa Arts and Sciences SEYMOUR HARRISON HURT, X fl, . . . . Marion First Year Lafw ll, A fb University. A.B. Mercer Unlversltyg M.A. Mercer IIERMAN CLYDE INGRAM, T n X . Bay sr. Louis,' Miss. Commerce LILLIAN MARGARET INGRAM . . . Bainbridge, Ga. Pre-Med A I-I A Y. NV. C. A. Cnblnvtg Secretary Pri--Meri Club, '28, '29. WILIIIAM RoI3ERT IRWIN, E X . . Chicago, Ill. Commerce JoIIN TORRX' IVEY, JR., fb I' A . . . . Laverne Commerce ' Glee Clubg Band, '29. PAUL A. IVEY, JR., X CD . . . . . . Birmingham Commeree Blnclcfrlnrs KENNE'I'Ii V. JAMES . . . . . . . Tallahassee , Commerce ' Commerce Club. Birmingham ANTHONY V. JANNETTE . . . . . . . Meehanieal Engineering Freshman Football, '28, J . Q . . . .Citronelle Electrical Engineering R. BEVERLY EEFERIES L. E. JENKINS ....... Martins Ferry, Ohio X Commerce :Ig " ceebarwocreo oreoeemaews " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qi l , I ,gg wowocwoewwomwomm ewooewoawwoewoaswbsia Sophomore Class DAN S. JHRNIGAN, K E . . . . . . . Andalusia . Ari.: and Scirncf-s I-IUGII DEN'I' JOIINsON . . . . . . . . Pike Road Pn--Med 0 K Alf. A E A Honor Roll, '27, '2s. JAMES EUGENE JOHNSON, A T A . . . Anniston Co rn Ill fra' JAMES ORIZABA JOI-INsON . . . . Dora Pre-Med '-P X Truusuror Pro-Med Cluhg "Corolla" Staff. Tl'l0MAS LAWRENCE JOIINSON. . . . ,Birmingham Pre-Law Pro-Lllw Clulrg "t'oI'Olln" Stuff, '29. VVILLIAM ABNHR JoIINsON, JR., E A E . . Montgomery Prr-Mfd skuns. DAILEY MORGAN JONES . . . . . Citronelle Commfrcf JEssE FULLER JONES, Z X ..... Vicksburg, Miss. Hrlx and Scifncfs JOIIN B. JOYCE, E A E ..... . Biloxi, Miss. Commrrcr HENRY KAN'l'0R, E S2 XII . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Prz'-Jllfd V lYl'l'Hhlllll.ll fiross Country. '27g -FI'0Shl11IUl Trnrekg Varsity Cross Country, '28: Vnr:-Ilty Trucrk. HERMAN IRVING KAN'I'oR, A 1' . . . New York, N. Y. Pre-Med DoMolny Club. DUOLEY SAMUEL KEEOW, K A . . . Pasadena, Calif. Pre-Law Skulls: Ghlhcllinog El'0H0lJhlC2 Bluckfrlurs. ALIIREO E. N. KEE, A X A .... Pittsburgh, Penn. Commerce MIKE J. ICEIEGAN . . ..... Woodbury, N. J. Lafw JOSEPII E. KliE'l'ON, 'If 22 K . . . . Bessemer Prc-Med HERMAN KLEIN, 2 A M ...... Brooklyn, N. Y. I l Ari: and Sciences I .Member Truck Team. " GNWDGWWDWW WWDGWWGWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 'Sw - Y, mil Sophomore Class WILLIAM BENJAMIN KELLEY, df I' A . . Tulsa, Okla. Corfxrfwrcv Footlmll, Frm-shnmn: Vnrslty Foullbull. EMAIKIUISL M. KERS'l'EIN, 2 Q KI' . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. flrls and Science: ELBERT M. KIDD ........ Double Springs Eduration JOHN T. KN1cH'1' . . . .... . Hayneville C07Il7IlL'l'N' ROBERT EDWARD KOCIIIENDERFER, KI' l' A . Mansfield, Ohio Commcrcr I. JEROME KOPPEl.MAN . ...... Trenton, N. J. Art: and Scicncrs DEAN WILSON KUYKENDALL, B 9 II . Fort Worth, Tex. Prz'-Journafism Instructor of Stlnngrnplly: Tl'HIlSf4'l' from Unlvorslty ul' ' Missouri. MAUNO WALTER LAINE . . . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Engineering Rifle Tc-mn, '28. CLARENCE GSCAR LAMBIERTH, JR., E A E . Houston, Tex. Hrl: and Scimcrs Rho Alpha Tau, '27, Skulls. MARY LAUREDA LANCASTER . . . . Pine Castle, Flu. Pre-Lafw WILLIAM-LAUBENHEIMER. II N . . . Bayonne, N. J. Engineering' Freshman Traclcg Cross Country Team. NORMA LAURIENDINE, K K I' .... . . Mobile Ari: and Sciences BELLE LAZENEY . . . . . . . . . Eclectic Educafion ' Debating Club. NONA LEA'1'HERwooD . . -. . . .. . .Holt .ffrls and Scicncrnv ALBERT E. LEE ....,.... McComb, Miss. Pre-Med " ,aewzoewtsaewz mwzsaemaewa " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' l ' fl wmwsowmswzcwzowrs mwamazawzmasowism' Sophomore Class NORMAN Liao I.lEFKOVl'l"I'S, Z B T .... Columbiana Ari: and Scifmvu' Mrcl.nA CARoI.YN Llcvv .... . . Demopolis Education N. Y. U. S. Ric:-:Ann Lravv, E Q XI' . .... Brooklyn, N. Y. Ari: and Scicncrs Frvslmxuun Truck, '28, Freshman Cross Country, '28, Val'- slty Cross Country, '29. BEN HENRY Llcu'rF0oT, K A .... . , Luverne Pre-Lafw EDVVARD AUGUs'1'Us LING, A X . . Bessemer Pre-Lafw Rxcumm Hmuus L1'1'r1.E, III K E . . . . Tuscaloosa Ari: and Srimce: Niall. G. Locun .......... Montgomery Arla' and Scicncm' DAVID C, LONDON, 9 X . . . . . . . Huntsville Engineering JOHN I.oNc. . . . . . .Chatom Pre-Law Pro-Law Club. OLNHY ALLEN Lovn . . . . .' .Birmingham Commerce Fr.oURNoY LovELAclz,2N. . . . . . . .Brewton Pre-Law Glue Club, '29, Rho Alplm Tuu, '28g Skulls. Ronmrl' EUGENE I.owlaRY, A X . . . Tuscaloosa C o m m era' u VVILFORD ALEXANDER Lowkv, A X A . . . Bessemer Commercr' MIRIAM LUCAS, A X Q ....... Chicago, Ill. ' flrls and Scierzcrs Economics Club. IELMER ALFRIQD LUPINO . . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa Cifvil Engirzfcrillg Nvwnmn Club, A. S. C. E.: A. A. E. GU'rr-mm SWIN1' MABREY. . . . . . .Horton ' Engineering " mazsmmowzs csarsczwaowrs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qerei 1 A , dewnewwaewzmezaewa aewammmwsewweewwbmg ' S0p1'l0l'I'l01'6 Class FRANK THOMAS MADONIA, A fir A . . . Birmingham Connncrcc HUGH MAI,I.oRx'. JR., fl' A 9 . . . Selma Laxw ' -I- A 4- Arch Cluhg I'n.I'asltcg llluh Hut Club. LYNN H. MANNING . .... . . . Florence Engineering , D. ESCAR MARI.IeY ....... . . Elha Prc-Lafw EDWIN Rom:R'I' MAR'I'IN . .... . Danville, Va. ' Co nz m ern' Commvrce Club. HIeRnIaR'I' MAR'l'lN, 6 X ...... . Centerville Arts and Scifnrm' - WILLIAM BLANCHARIJ MARRI01'l', fl, I' A . . . Uriah C 0 m nz era' A K AI' ''I2fl.Il'lIYl0l'-J!l.lTllll0l"' Stuff. DOMINIC A. MAZZIXCANE, T SZ E . New Haven, Conn. Pre-Mad MYRON PATRICK MAURER, A 9 X . . . Newark, N. J. Am and Sciencr-.r CHARLIE R. MAY, K E ..... Bennettsville, S. C. 1'fe'-Med Arffh Club: Erosophln, '28g Exvelslor, '28: BlHPlCl'l"11l': "UI'ill"lS0l'l-XVlliU!" Stuff, '28g Pro-Med Club, '28, FRANK Moom' MAxwnI.I. . . . .... Tuscaloosa Cn In In crm' DANIEI. T. MCCAl.l., E N . . . . . Mobile , Pre-Med Skull. AI.vIN IFIAYCOOD MCCONNlEl.I., A X A. . .Mobile Pre-Law I. F. MCDONNIIIJ., JR, A T A . . . . Birmingham ' Pre-Lafw Sm-rel nry-T1'cnSIuI'cr A lfllllllllll A 0l'0ll2lUIiC Association. DAN FRANCIS MCDONOUGII, 9 1' A . . . Birmingham Engineering , JAMES FRIenIsRIcR McDowIcI.I., E A E . . . Ensley Pre-Med fb B TI Erosuphlc, '28g Blnclcfr-lars, '28g Pre-Med Club- I23 " Geesewwaem mwaaewsaeez " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 'f X1 ' rg YQWWDGNWDGWWDGWWGNWD GWWDGWWGWWDGWWDGWWCW S0pl'IOl'I'l01'C Class TI'IOMAS F. McDowIzLL, E A E . . Ensley Pre-Lafw A 2 rr Rho Alpha Tnu, '28g "Rammor-JmmnuI'," '29. ARCIIIE BRUcIe MCEACHIN, K A ..... Tuscaloosa Arts and Sciencrs Gloc Club: Blaclcfrlxu-s. YOUNG MARK McEI.RIeA'I'I'I, E X . .Andalusia Commerce FRANCYS MCGAPIEY . . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa .flrls and Sciancfrs ''Rmnxnur-Jnnxmor" Stuff, '29g "Corolla" Stuff, '29. JANE MCKENZIE, A E A . .... . Holt flris and Scicncrs MAIICOIIM MCNEILL, 'Ir K 2 ...... Estill, Miss. Ari: and Scimcrs LIsoN FRANCIS MHLNICK, 22 S2 XII . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Pre-Med Pre-Med Club. GORDON Rov MIzAnoWs .... . Deatsville Pre-Law DoRo'I'IIY DIX MEANS, B 'If .... .Tuscnmbia Arts and Sciencrs WALTER JAMES MERRILL . . ...... I-Ieflin ffrlx and Science: B.-S. U. Counvllg Quadrunglcg "Corolla" Stuff, '20g Asso- clatc Staff, "Crimson-White," '29, MARGARET SINCIIAIR MILLER, Z T A . . . Montgomery Arts and Sciences Erosoplilc, '27: "Corolla" Staff: Contf'mporuI'y Debating Club: Education Club. PAT NIILLER, fb I' A ....... . . Mobile Commerce A K ll' BURTON Mll.I.lS, 2 III E ..... Union City, Tenn. Engineering Freshman Football, '27. ANNIE LEII MILLS ........ . Tuscaloosa I flrls and Sciencrs CARI, GI2oRcII Monnus, A E 'Iv . . . . Birmingham - T K A, 'II A A fll50RCli Amos MOORE, JR., 2 A E . . Eutaw Pre-Med Skulls: Bluckfrlnrsg Pro-Med Club. 124 " GWWJGWWJGWW CFWDWWDGWWI5 " THECOROLL A,1929 Q1 l 1 l L wdwzawaowzawmmws mazsmwaowwscwwsawbwa Sophomore Class JAMES E. MooRE, K A ......... Anniston Arla' and Scimzrz-.v 1"l'I!ShlIHl.l'l Bnsnhullg Frm:-llnnml Football, '27i Varsity Foot- ball, '28. MARY GRIEY MoR'roN, X 9 . . . . . Tuscaloosa Ari: and Sciencrs II Buslm-ss Mzmngur Gloss Clulrg BlILl'lCl'l'llll'S. FRED CLARK MOSELEY, 2 X. -. . . . . . Dothan C 0 m m Na' A K NI' , MARY ALEREDA MucRl.E, A Z . . . , Greensboro flrlx and Scicncf-.r RonER'r M. MUNDINE, II K 'fb . . . . . . . Jasper TII'M,P6A,'l'AA "Corolla" Staff, '25, '28g Assistant Editor "Crimson-NVhltc" Stnflf, '291 Gnlu "Corolla," '29g tlluh. CLAUD OXFORD NlEl2l.l5Y, II N . . . . .Tuscaloosa Chemical Erzginraring A. A. E. KENNETH JAMES NEWCOMER . . . Connellsville, Penn. flrls and Sciz'nc1'.v KA'l'llLEEN I-IARRxsoN NEWTON . . . . Tuscaloosa Ari: and Sciwmu' Glce Ululr. JAMES EDWARD NOLAN. . . . . .Birmingham Comnmrrn RonER'r SouA1R No1.ANn, K A . . . Louisville, Ky. Pre-Mfd GliOllCli C. OGDEN, JR ...... Elcclrifal E7lgi1lt'L'I'ill!f . Newark, N. J. E1.EANoR- ONDERDONR, Z 'l' A . . . Chatom Lavw Secretm'y-'1'rm-nrsurm' Fvoslmmn Lnw Ulm-us: Pr'-Hlclunt ul' Cuulomporzu'y D1-lmlluu' Club. Wu,.1.lAM I-IENRY ORRISON, fl, l' A . . . . Anniston .4rl.g and Scicncrs SARAH PAGE . . . . . . . . . . . Casrleherry drls and Science: I3lzurkl'rl:u'N1 Ellur-ation Club. FRANCIS J. PALDINO, A flf A . . . Long Island, N. Y. Przr-Mvd FRANCIS J. P.-'ll.Mli, lb E K . . . . . Meridian, Miv- , Chfmiml lfnglinrcrifzg 125 " awzcawtiawm aw Efaawzscwzi THE COROLLA, 1929 Qefon Isuefil WWGWWCWWGWWGWWZ5 WWDWWDGWWDGWWDGWWE5 SOpl'lOl'l'l01'C Class 'IXIIEODORI5 RICII PARKER, E N . . . New York, N. Y. Pre-Med ' Freshmzm Football: Pro-Med Club. SUE MlI.DRED PARKER, X 0 ...... Monroe, La. Ari: and Sciences Y. VV. C. A.: Debating Club. FLOYD BEI.'roN PARKS. . . . . . . .Florence Commerce WII.LIAIvI DEMPSEY PAR1Low, A K E . .Tuscaloosa First Year Lafw O A K, 'I' A fl' Blue Key: Jasons: Arch Club: "A" Club: Gnto Club: Scnbhnrd and Blade: Omcers Club: Quadrangle: Executive Committee, '28: Forensic Council, '28: Second Lieutenant Olllcers Reserve: Y. M. C, A. Cabinet, '28: A. S. M. E.: "Crimson-White" Staff: Business Mnnagor, 1929 "C0rolln.": Manager Football, '27: Varsity Travk. '28: Footlmll Squncl, '2S: A.B. University ot' Alnbnmn: Pre-Med Club, '23-'29. SALLIE VIRGINIA PARTRICH .... .Ralph Arts and Sciences RUTH PEARSON .......... Laurel, Miss. Arts and Sciences ANDREW C. PERKINS, JR., fb I' A . . Augusta, Ga. C o In nz erce JAMES L. PERIvIU1'1', K N . . . . Birmingham Commerce Jon JACKSON PHILLIPS, X A E . . . Sylacnuga Commerce AnRA PICKENS, A A A . . . . . .Mobile Arts and Sciences X A fl' Debating Club: StI'ntfoI'd Club: Honorary Committee: I-'nn-Hellenic. MALCOLM AI.s1'oN PICKIITT, E X .... Montgomery Civil Engineering ERIC STEPIIENS PIERCE, A T A . . . . Troy Commerce CHARLES Ml'l'CllELI. PINGsToN: E X . . . Montgomery Pre-Lafw WILLIAM MCLEAN PITTS, A K E . . . Selma Commerce Freshman Track. WILLIAM Luo P0l.O'l', E A M . . . Clevelandg Ohio Co mm erce ROBERT AL'I'oN PORTER . . . . . Winfield A Commerce Band: Commerce Club: "Crimson-White" Staff. 126 " GWWDGWWDGWW WWDGWWDGWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 QE ' 1- , , Sophomore Class . CHARLIE SAMUEL PRICE, II K fb . . . Evansville, lnd. Pre-Lafw 'Pro-Luw Cluh, Vice-President Lnw Club, Erosnphlr-, '27, Ghlbelllnos, Euphlans, "Crimson-White," Asslf-Itnnt Busi- ness Manager, '29. EDGAR' GRAYPIAM PRUEI' . . . . . .Ashland First Year Lafw 21 A K Philomuthlc, Quadrangle, Honor Roll, '28, MlI.'FON SEBASTIAN PULLEN, II K A . . . . Boaz Co1nmerce A E II Commerce Club, "CI'iInI-Ion-Whitt-' Smff. '28, Vice-Prusb e 1 dent Class, Euphixm, Club Ghihelline. WALTER PUCKETT, JR., 111 E K ..... Birmingham Commerce Arch Club, JOHN DAwsoN QUARLES . . . . . Noi-rhporr Commerce DANIEL MEADE RALEIGH . . . . . Allison, Pa. Commerce ERSKINE 'CULPEPPER RAMSEY, A K E . . United, Pn. Chemical Engineering Rho Alpha Tau, '27, Blackfrlnrs, '27, '28. CHARLES JAMES RANSOM, K E . . . Nashville, Tenn. Art: and Sciences A. FEN'I'REss RAY, II, A 9 .... . . Corinth, Miss. Ari: and Science: W. BONDEM RAY . . . . . . . . . Ashland Commerce Excelsior, Coixinwi-me Club, "Cl'llIlSOIl'NVhltl"' Stuff. ERNEST A. RAZEK . . . . . . . Mobile Commerce A K NP SrecI'etm'y-Treasuwfr Sophomore Class, President 11'rI-e-IlI- nmn Y. M. C. A., '28, C0lTlYIl0l'l'L? Club. '28, '29, "Corolla" Stuff, '28, ''RunImcI'-JxumnIII"', Circulation MHllHH'l'l' "Rammer-Jammer, '29, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. LOUIE REESE, II K KI' . . . . . . . Birmingham Commerce EDGAR ERNEST REID, 412 E K . . . . . Georgiana Pre-Lafw Frcshmzm Bnskr-thrill Mnnnger. '27, '28, "Crimson-White", Erosophlcs, '27, Pro-Law Cluln, Euphhms. . . . . Eufaula JANIE JENNINGS REIEVES, K Al. . flrls and Sciences AI.nEN LEoN RIcRI.Es . l . . ' . Steele Commerce N RoI.I.IN LEON RILEY. . . . . . . .Bessemer Arlx and Sciences 127 " c:EE:sc1M::c'1EE:s c1M::c.IEEI5c:.EEzf " THE COROLLA, 1929 fig-1 ' 1 ' :ED worwaarwaarmawscrwa awmawwomazarwaarabw Sophomore Class lAIlal.laN RomaR'rs. .... . . . . .Thomasville flrls and Scicncr: JAMES BEN'rI.EY RoBlzR'1's, JR., A X . . . Birmingham Commerce Freshumu Trnckg Cheer Leuclc-r. , DAVID A. ROBliR'l'SON, K E . . . . Birmingham C01ll1Ill'fL't' A K NI' Rho Alpha Tau, '27: Bluckl'rlur. '28: "Corolla" Staff, '28: Key-lcv, '28g Erosophlc Literrwy Soclutyg Junior Triu-lc Mnilagor, '28g Excelnlor. I-IoRAcE HARRY RomNsoN . . . . . . Buffalo. N. Y. Mfdzaniml Erzgirzrcrirzg St. Pntfs Cnmmlttui-5 Vice-Presldvnt A. A. E. BRN F. RODHN III, A T A ...... Birmingham Engineering HAROLD LAw'1'oN ROGERS, A X A . . . Tuscaloosa Pn'-Med Glce Club: Pre-Mod Club. LAMBKIN HERRIN ROGERS . . . . . .Forest Home Pre-Lafw Luo AN'rHoNx' RoMANo, II A I' .u . Jersey City, N. J. Pre-Med jour: MCKHNNON SALvo. . . . . .Birmingham Arts and Sriancns SAl.VA'l'ORE ScA1.1sla, T S2 E . . . D. New York, N. Y. . Pre-Med Pro-Med Club. josum-1 M. Scioscm, T Q 2 . . . . New York, N. Y. Pri'-Mad Pre-Med Club. MAc DUKE Scmi.uzR, E Q X11 .... Brooklyn, N. Y. Arts and Science: SAUL SCIIRAM ......... Irvington, N. J. Pre-Med Tl'IOMAS RAY Sciiuwz, TI K 'Iv .... Birmingham Commerce MARCUS ffHOMAS SCO'l"l', 2 N .... . Headland Mining Enginwcring SARA SEc.u.i,, A flw E ......... Pratville Ari: and Scicrzczrs Education Club. " cmwocwzaws awoawzawo " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 l - 1' I ' SOpl'l0l'I'lO1'6 Class SOIAIIIA SIacAI.L,A ll' E. . . . . . . .Pratville Ari.: ami Sciffmu' El1lIt'lllllJll tilulrg "ff0l'4lllll." Stuff. '2ll. CPEORCH MACK SIIIOMAN . . . . . Womlhaven, N. Y. , , Lakw Junior Fm-ultyg Follow lQllf.Tll!4l'I. '28: Gllilwlllm- Ululig VIu':-Ilty 1Jl'll2l.tllll-I Silllfltl, '28. LENA MAX' SIMON, A flf B . . . . . Memphis, Tenn. Ari: and Scimcnx Eiluvutlmi Clulrg lJl'lhlllll1l.f Ulnh, GlIOl.S'l'ON YATRS SIMONSON . . . . Bayou Ln Barre Arla' and Srirncrs JAMES ALDIEN SIMI-SON, K E ..... Birmingham Ari: and Sricncrs FRROERICK WILLIAM SINGTON, Z B 'l' . . Birmingham Pre-Law Fl'0Hlllllll.ll Fontluull, '27: lf'I'vslIIIInII Bnsi-lmll. '27: Vurslly lI'ooLlmll, '28g RILIUII Club: Band, '283 PIIII-HI-lla-Illu Coun- cil, '28g "Corolla" Stuff. JOSEPH HENRY SIIEPARO, JR., A T Q . . . Tuscaloosa Commerce Arch Club. ALFRED MoN'I'coMIsRY SIIOOK, A K E . . Birmingham Engineering THOMAS MARTIN SHORT, K 2 . . . Helena, Ark. C0lll7llL'7'l'l' COIIll'Ill'l'C0 Club. CHARLES ELI SI.ATIcIN, 9 I KD . . . . . . Ozark .4rl.r and Scicrzcrx FI'0shn1un llonor Roll: "fil'llllH0ll-Yvllitlf'I I3lll'llflll'll'llllI.- rlsmg Pre-flaw Cluhg xvllllllll' NVnI'cl-StI'I'I1 Essay Colltcst. CLINTON WILLIAM SMILIW. . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Co Ill III ern' CEPHAS L. SMl'l'lI . . . . . . .Cullman CommL'rcc CHARLES FOSTER SMITH, K 22 . . . . Canton, Miss. I Commerce Skulls: Excclslorg Glen Club: Bmld. J. L. SMITH .... ........ C amp Hill Mrrharzical Engim'ering LUCILLE SMITH ......... . . Roanoke - Hrlx and Scizfncrs NELLII2 E. SMITH ......... Montgomery Arts and Science: Honor Roll, '28: "Corolla" Staffg Education Clubg CoII- tomporury Dolmtlxlg Club. RAYMOND HUGH SMITH, E X . ..Youngst'own, Ohio Arts and Sciences Ross. CULLEN SMITH, A K E . . . . Birmingham Art: and Science: Arch Clubg Blackl'rlaI's. 'rv 129 " GNWDGWWDQWWD GWWBQWWDQWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qs ' G 1 4 :ED . Pro-Lafw Sophomore Class ' WYA'I"r SMITII . . . . . . . . .Montgomery ll S2 A Bnlulg EIIIIIIIIIIINI I-'I'l'-IAIXV Ulnhg IM-Mnlny filuhg Glillwl- llnus. ZONA SMITII. . . . . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa .flrls and Scimzcm' Al.l7RliIJ SI'I'1'zER, T A -If . . . . . Woodmere, N. Y. 1:'l1'rl1'ical EIlgilll't'l'illy A. A. E. AUIIREY AYER S'l'Alll.lER, II K A . . Greenville Pre-Med fl' X QURill'!LXlgll'Q Y. M. C. A. Cnhlnot: Allslstxult ln Llbrury. IDA MAE STALLINGS ......... Citronelle Arts and Sciences llnll ClHlll'llHl.lI, '28g llonor Roll, '2S: Tl'C'llSUl'1'l' Y. XV, C. A., '29g Sur:I'cml'y Honor C0lllllllitl'l!, '29g Dclogntu lo Blume Ridge, '28, VERNA MAE S'rAI.I.INcs. . . . . . .Holt ffris and Sricncrs ANNIE BRI'r'r S'rANnIIfER, A EJ A . . . . Eufauln flrls and Sticvzcrs 1"l'4'SllllNlll 'Rl'IlI'i'S0lltlll.lV0 xV0lllll.ll'S Counrll, '28: Sopho- Innru 1fL'lll'1'SUllUltlV1-' NVOIIII-11's Uouncllg WVOI'lHll1'S Pun- llcllcnlc Councllg Ghlbulllncg "CI'lInson-XVlIltI:"p Y. VV. C. A. GEORGE R. STANNUS, E X . . . . . . Biloxi, Miss. Ari: and Scicncf: R110 Alpha. Tnu, '27: .l3liIukfrlnI's, '26. JULIAN STEPIIENS. . . . ..... Craigford Pre-Med fl' B H ' FANNIE LOUISE STEWART ..... .Holt .flrls and Scicncrs FINXS Sr. JOHN, JR, 9 K N . . . . Cullman Lww CI-IARLES A. S'I'oNER, JR., A X A . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. Commerce MARCIA LEONORA STOWE .... . Opelika Education Honor Councll. BESSIE IRENE STRICKLAND . . . . . . . .Girard flrls and Sciz'nc1'.v Junior Fu:-ultyg Hull Chnlrnmng Educntlon Club. MARE WII.I.IAIvI SUFFERN .... Long Beach, N. Y. zfrtx and Scicncrs MARION ANNE SWEl'2NliY,A Z . . . Long Beach, N. Y. Ari: and Srivncr: R035 CORA 'fAYl.OR. . . . . . .Clevelnnd, Ohio . Ari: and Scirrncrs " Qwwawwsawwn swmcrmawwz " 1 THE COROLLA, 1929 V Q-ffm-DI' ,meg GWWGWWDGNWDGWWHQWWD ff GNWGWWDGWWJQWWEGWWE5 S0p1'l0I'I'lOI'S Class SAr.1NnA BRANHAM TAX'I,OR, K -K 1' . . . Birmingham Prn-Med I-IERRERT SAMUEL TERRY, E A M . . New York, N. Y. - Pre-Med ANNA TI-IAMES,AXQ. . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa f7rl.v and Sciences X A 'Il LORA TFIAX'l'0N, A E. A ....... Birmingham flrls and Science: MAULIHN CONNRR TI'IOMAS, II K A . Ruleville, Miss. ,flrls and Sciences RUSSELL TIIOMAS, 111 1' K ..... . Holt Ari: and Scimzfrs WILLIAM A. Tl-IOMASON, fb K E . . Lake Charles, La. Es'rHreR TINJANOFIT ........ Buffalo, N. Y. Pre'-M1.'d l Pro-Med Club: Contompm'm-y Dohul.lm.r Clubg Symphony 0X'C!lll7Stl'il1 Y. XV. C. A. JULIAN LRON ToURo . , ...... Birmingham Co nz nz crcv Commcrcn Club. FAYE TRAMMELL. . . . . . . . .Lineville Education ES1'ilERTURNER. . . . . . . .Birmingham Commerce Rosle VVALLACE 'I'URNl5R, K A . . . . Tuscaloosa Jil: and Scivncm H . Blau-kl'rlm's. THOMAS DILLON UTLEY . . . . . . Tuscaloosa E ducalion CHARLES RAYMOND VAN HORN, fl- K E . Baltimore, Mel. Ari.: ,and Sciencm JOHN MlCl'IEL V1NcEN'rRLLI, eb A 9. . Montgomery Co m In crm CARL V1Nlas . . . . '. . . .' Bessemer Comnmrcu X Lois VINHS. . . . . . . . . . . .Bessemer Hrlx and Science: ISI " " THE COROLLA, 1929 - Q-x ' 1 1 ' rg SFWWJCFWJCFWGNWDWW C1.WWGWWEi5GNW.E5WWJCEW.i5G? Sophomore Class WII.I.IAM J. WAIIIOJA, H A 1' . . . jersey City, N. I. Pre-Illcd PHILIP M. WAGNER, JR., 2 'If E . . . Newark, N. Y. Engineering Roy Jrzsse WAcNIzR ...... Woodhaven, N. Y. PN?-Mtd DANIEL WIcns'I'IcR WARn, JR. . . .Tuscaloosa Pre-Med fb B H ANTHONY H. VVARNIER, TI K A . . . Montgomery COIll1l1l7fCL' Euphlang Bnnd. JAMES AIINIIR WA1II's, TI K 111 . . . Luverne Commerce SAMUIII. ARCI-Im WEAVER, II, A 6 . , . . Birmingham Arls and SCiL'1lCl'S Frm-Illmnn Football: Vzrrslty Footlmll, WILLIAM I-IAWLEY XVEEMS . . . . . .Clopton Pfz'-Mvd II' X Pro-Mud Clulu. HVMAN WIIINIIRRG, Z B T . . . . . Osceola, Ark. Commcrcc , BERNARD WIIINSTIEIN, E A M . . . Jasper Commvrce FRANK Sl'1lil.l.liY WIIITE, A 'I' Q .... Birmingham Pre-Lafw WINs'I'oN SMITII WllI'l'E . . . . .Birmingham Pre-Law-w ' A K -If Bunclg Glue Clulrg CILDHLUIIU OI'ulIustI'u. MAII WIIILE ........... Montgomery flrls and Scimzmf IM-II-gzxto to Blue Rldgn, '28g Home Euonnnllcs Club. '27. ' IEI.oIsn PERKINS WILLIAMS, Z T A . . . . Mobile Edumlion ' 3 l-IUGII Rum WILLIAMS, 6 K N . . . . Kinsron Law fb A A JAMES RALPII VVILLIAMS, II K fl' . . . Luverne - Commercz' 132 " awaaammwa awzsawzfawz " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qu l 1 Sophomore Class MON1' S. WILLIAMS, fl! 1' A . . .Birmingham Commerce ROLAND COLCORD WILLIAMS, A T Q . . Atlanta, Ga. , Arts and Science: Key-Ice. MARIE CATHERINE WILIIY, A Z . College Point, N. Y. Commerce . Pun-Hellenic Council. DAVID WILLIAM WILHIIIM ..... Republic, Pa. Chrmical Enginrering MARY ELIzAI3Ii'I'II WILLIS, A lf A . . .Birmingham Art: and Sciences Debating Club. Joi-IN JAY WILLASCN, 21 A E . . St. Petersburg, Fin. Pre-Lafw SYDENIIAM MOORE WILKINSON, E A li . . Selma Com1lIL'rcc JACK ERNEST WILSIIER, A T A . . . Detroit, Mich. C01ll1ll6'l'CL' Varsity Bnsehull, '27,g "A" Club. MARGARET ELIsIa WILSON, K A . . . . Russellville Arts and Sciencm EMMI2'I'r M. WIMBERLY . . . . . . . Reform Arts and Science: EDGAR MONTGOMERY WOODIS . . . . . .Allsboro Commerce BERNARD BENJAMIN WORKMAN, E Q II' . Brooklyn, N. Y. Pre-Med . Huntsville EDGAR M. WYA'I"1', A X A . . . , Commnu' , A A E. A 2 Tl R ll '28 FI'0fahmxIn Omtorlcul Contest: EI'osopl1i4-, Honor o I : ,t . ' ' " ' -White" Stuflf, '28, '29g "C0rolln." Stuff, 28, 28, Crimson Euphiansg Commerce Club: Spzmislx Club. GEORGE WILLIAM YANCEY, JR., A K E . . Birmingham z4rt.v and Sciencf: Blu.ckl'I'lILrsg Skulls: 1"l'L'Sl'IIllH,ll TI'IIc:k Squad. C. FRENCIIY YARIIROUGI-I, 21 X. . . .Montgomery Pro-Larw "Corolla" Stuff: Rho Alplm Tam, '29, Arch Club. Jussn FRANCE YnA'I'ns, A K. E . . .I . . Birmingham .4rl.v and Sriencm Skulls. RU'I'II ZAIIM, Z T A ...... Springfield, Ohio Alrls and Scienccs " QWWDGNWGWWD WWDGWWGWFFWE5 l' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-1 ' 1 ' ,EQ Waiwzmmmwacwwaawm mmcwwswwsmwaawwbw -r' lffxigy it fn' S .Jam 3" 9 , , :ggi N'S"'u -'rl 3 1 I S113 QW ,f fffy ff' f E' Af 5 X ov? Q53 QF V21 A , -53 -N PRESHMEN 'k mwawwacswwa cmmawwacmm " THE COROLLA, 1929 W O F F I C E R S l " GWWGNWWW WWDGWWDGWWE5 " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qs ' 1 ' rg? 'fiswaawaaaafasawatmaa oaaaawwaasaaaswaswaiim' l Freshman Class Jlzssn Ros' AllliRNA'l'l'lY. . . . . .Tuscaloosa l Conrfrzrrcr l ' lpftlslllllllll Football. S'l'l5WAR'l' AIKEN, A T A .... Cleveland, Ohio Prf'-Lafw WILLIII NAsII AINswoR'I'H . . . Hattiesburg, Miss. E7lgiIl6'L'filIg MARION JARVIS ALDRIDGE, 2 A E . ' . Tuscaloosa Commerce CARL WAYNE ALERIGIIT, E fl' E . . . Tuscaloosa Pre-Med JAMES FII'I's ALSTON, A K E . . . .Tuscaloosa .flrls and Sl'i1'llfc'.l' PELIIAM JOIIN ABTDERSON, KD A O . . Montgomery C07l!1IlL'ffl' Secretary-Trensurcn' Freshman Commerce Class. DORO'I'IIv LYNDON ATKINS, A I' A . . Birmingham Arts and SCiL'11Cl'J A sz SAMUEL CIIAUNCEY ATKINS . . . Montvale, N. J. .Mechanical Englinecrifzg MERTON JESSE ,AUSTIN, 'Iv E K . . . Orlando, Fla. Art: and Scicfzrcs "Ra.mmeI'-Jammer' Staff, '28-'29p "Corolla" Staff, '29. KIREY AYERS ....... . . Montclair, N. J. flrts and Sciences Glee Club, '28, '29: Capstone Orchestra, '28, '29. RUTII ALLINE BAIRIJ. . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa Arts and Sciences JOHN O. BAI'rEs, JR., 9 X ...... Huntsville Engincering DIXIE BAKER ....... . Tuscaloosa Pre-M ed Pre-Med Club. WARREN BARBER . . ..... .Birmingham flrts and Scimccs GEORGE F. BARTH, K Z ..... Louisville, Ky. Arts and Scimres Erosophlc. WILLIAM M. BARGAINIER, 111 2 K . . Montgomery . Commerce I Commerce Club: Alpha, Kappa. Psi. CrIARLEs KENNON BEAUCHAMP, fb I' A . Tuscaloosa ' Arts and Sciences 136 g" Gwaaaasaaaa awaasaaczsaa " THE COROLLA, 1929 ' FI'CSl'llTl8.I'1 Class LAWRENCE ARTHUR BLAU . . . .... Girard Chmniml El1yilll'l'l'iIl!j JGIIN ARNOLD BEN'I'oN . . . . . . Birmingham ' .flrls and Sr'if'Iu'1'.I BURI. KENNE'l'lI BliNNE'l'l', E fl' E . Fort Wayne, Incl. Co 1lllI1l'l'CL' V Blnckl'I'lIII'f-Ig Conlmnrcn Cluh. JAMES GORDON BENNl2'I'l', A X A. . . . Gurley Eleclriral Enginrcring JIMMIE BEEIIE . . . . . . . . . . Livingston L'01II7flL'fl'l' CnIIIIII0I'cu Club. REBECCA HOR'l'lEN.SE BIzzEI.L . . . .BristoI, Va. Pri'-I,afw WILLIAM FREDERICK BOWERS, III K E . Duquesne, Pa. Cifvil Engim'criny HOWARD KILGoRE BRAKEFIELD . . . . Carbon I-Iill Co I!17!It'fC8 Gl50RGE W. BRANNON, A T A . . . Jackson, Miss. Commerfc LEoPoI.D BREws'I'ER, JR. . . . . . . Camp I-Iiegh Comnwrcf Commerce Club. ALLEN MCDUFFIE BRICKEN, fb A 9 . Montgomery Engilu'z'ring MAGNUS BRINKMAN, E KI' E . . . Sheboygan, Wis. C o m 7ll crm Commerce Club. VIRGINIA BRI1'1'INGIIAM . . . . . . New Orleans Arts and Sciences OLNEY BROUN . . . . . . .Brooksville, Miss. Engineering GEORGE SUMMERS BROWN, E X . . . Birmingham .flrts and Scir-:Irvs EUNICE HAZEL BRUNSON, A EI A . . . . Mobile Edumlion Education Club: Spanish Club: Y. XV. C. A. JAMES MARK BURNS, A T A .... Tampa, Flo. Coinmerce ' JEFF BUSI-I, K 2 : . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa Commerce PAT Freshman Football: Freshman Bnsobnll. " mwnczmzsawza cwraawzvcawfa l' THE COROLLA, 1929 Qw ' 1 l ff wdswswwaosmwmosws csmaswaswbsswsaswbw F1'6ShI'I19.I'l Class ORI.AN IVIERRIZLI. liusm' . . . Moodys Cross Roads Prz'-Mrrl JOHN CUR'I'Is BUSH, Ill 1' A . . . Mobile Commarcn NoRvAs Wu.I,IAIvI BYIERS .... Johnstown, Pa. Chrrrliml Enginrrring BRYSON BYRNII .......... Tuscaloosa Elrrlrira! Engim '." ring ANNA BHLLII CAIRNS, Z T A .... Birmingham Eduralion GRORGII S. CAMPIIRLI. . . . West Palm Beach, Fla. I'Vl1'fl1animI E7lgi!ll'l'l'i7lg Al.l"RlED RUssIII.I. CARI.'I'oN . . . . .Thomaston Prf'-Lafw NORWOOD LAMBli'l'H CARROLL, X III . . Mobile Commerce I' A 'I' I-IARRI' L. CARROLL, TI K fl' . . . . Slocomb Co 1:1 1llK'fl'1.' EVELYN MARIE CARY, A A A .... . Tuscaloosa :Iris and Sci1'nu'.v Wu.LIAIvI F. CAs'I'EI.I,ow, fb E K . . Montgomery Pre-Mcd Secretary-Trca.surcr Fl'0Sl1UlRU Class: "Crimson-White," '28, '29, Band, '28, '29. CLARHNCIQ CULBl5R'I' CRUTCI-IER, E A E . . Mobile Commerce ALAN DRNIIY CI-IAMDERLAIN, fl' A 6 . . . Mobile Commerce VIRGINIA YOUNG CHAPMAN, X 9 . . Ripley, Tenn. Arts and Scimzfes II Erosophlc. J HENRY CHILDS CIIRISTOPIIER, III 2 K . . Isney Commerce JoIIN NoRvILLIs CIIATFIIELD . . .Tuscaloosa Ellyillfffillfj WILLIAM CIIo'I'INn . . . . South Fallsburg, N. Y. Pre-Med I Pre-Med Clubg Contemporary Dtbntlng' Club. EDWARD Tom COGGIN, 6 X .... . . Athens Commerce " oswoswsafswo mwsowbaswz " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 V 1 Freshman Class JULIUS WILLIAM COIIN, K N . . . New York City . flrts and Sriwzrns "Crimson-White" Staff. NORWOOD CoKIzR, A K E . , . . . . Tuscaloosa - Arts and Srinnmv Erosophic. RAwLANn Coma, E X .... Beverly Hills, Cal. Millillg E7lflill!'l'fillg WALTER CLAIR COLDWELI., A K E . . Chattanooga Commerce 1' A F LOUISE VAN-Hoon CQLLIRR, K A . . . Tuscaloosa Eduralion Glee Club. WILLIAM GEORGE CoI,I.INs. JR. .... Tuscaloosa Commcru' Commerce Cluhg Nownmn Club: "RaIIIIIII-I'-JnInInt-I"' Staff. MOR'l'ON LocIIRANII CONNORS, A K E . Birmingham Xlris and Sri1'1u'nx TIIoMAs LANNO Coon, A K E . . . Mobile Xlrls and S1'i1'11N'.v P A 'I' "Corolla," Board: Buslnvss SlIIl'l'. BERNARD COOPER, E N . . . . . . . Brewton Commerce' ' If A T FRANK H. COOPER, A T A . . . Hollywood, Cul. C 0 In 1lIL'I'!'I' Aero Club. CIIALMERS DAN COTTINGIIAM, A X . . Birmingham Co 1IlIllt'l'CU WILLIAM T. R. Cox . ..... Elizabeth, N. J. l'rr-Mad Pre-Moa Club. 'Jon CRHRL . . ..... .Tuscaloosa Prf'-Lzlfw Pre-Law Club. LILLIE CROSS , . ....... . Eutaw Xlrlx and Sflfllflff JOHN JAMES CROWLICY. A X A . . . . Mobile Commcru' MARY EMMA CuI,rIRIz'1'rI, Z T A . . Fort Deposit .flris and Srirnfzfs GORDON AD0l.PlI CUMIIAA . . . . .. Girard Errgiilzrfwilzg CIIARLHS AI.BIzR'I' CUNNINGIIAM, ll' I' A . . Mobile Ell!lilll'l'I'illy I' A 'I' Vlce-President Engineering Class. " GWWDQWWGWWE GWWJWWQWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q? ' 1 I ' nga. 'KEMEGMEQEQGMEWW QMEGMEGMEQMEQMEGYQ FreShITlan Class FRANCIS JAMES CURRAN. . . West Hartford, Conn. Commerce SEABORN JACKSON CURRY . . . . Drewry Commerce JorIN HANLY DAEES, X fb . . . . . Carrollton Commerce PIIRAM DAVID DARDEN . . . . . .Northport Commerce WILLIAM RUSSELL DAUGHERTY . . Alliance, Ohio. Commerce LAWRENCE BRINDLEY DAvI's, A T A . . Birmingham Commerce LAWRENCE HENRY DAVIS . . . . .Jasper Commerce RILEY EnwARn DAVIS. . . . . .Collins, Miss. Commerce V100-PI'0SlC11!lll FI'eslImnII Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Com- merce Club. ToIvI W. DAwsEY .......... Dothan Commerce Glue Club. ELIZABETH DAY. . . . . . . Montgomery - Commerce Contemporary Debating Club. LESLIE DEE, JR., X 'II ...... . Birmingham Commerce A P A T EIIWARII DELUCA ...... Mont Claire, N. J. Chemical Engineering MlL'I'0N CARL DENEO, E A M . . . Camden, N. J. Pre-Lafw SYDNEY PIIILIP DENno, 2 A M . . . Camden, N. J. Commerce Commerce Club. JOIIN CECIL DENDY . . . . . . Albertville Pre-Med 9 K Il' ELIzAEE'I'II DERSIIIIIE . . . . . . Tuscaloosa Arts and Sciences JAMES RALIIII DICKEIII' . . . . . . . Brundidge Co m In frm' Commerce Club. 1VIlNNlliBEA'l'RlCl:'DlER. . . . . .Tuscaloosa A Educafion 'E GWWGNWDGWWD GNWDGWWDCNWD ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 l 1 ' I 'fiawzcaaaawazmwaaws ewaecwwsaammmcswbmg ' Freshman Class PAUL DIMENSTIEN, K N . . . . Camp Hill Pre-Med Jol-IN BAXLEY DINKINS, K E . . . Dothan , Commerce Erosophic. CECIL CALvER'I' DonsoN . . . . . Holly Pond Commerce JoIIN SAINT CLAIR DONOVAN, -If I' A . Birmingham Commerce WAII1'ER AU'I'RY Do'I'IIERoW . . Brooksville, Miss, .flrts and Sciences W. E. DoT'I'ERwEIcII ...... Cleveland, Ohio Cifvil E7lgillI'l?fi7lg WILLIAM F. DRUMMOND, A T A . . ,Bonifay, Fla. Commerce I'IAR0lID GEORGE DOWNING, 0 X . . . Tuscaloosa Pre-Lafw PAUL DUNCAN, II, I' A ...... Montgomery Arts and Srinflcm' "Crimson-White" Staff: "RmnmeI'-JunIII1oI"'g Frvsli- mrm Foothull. NOEL EIIWARD DUNIIAM . . . .Pensacola, Fla. flrls and Sciences Glee Club, '28, '29: Capstone Orchestra, '28, '29. AnoLIfII JosEPII EAGLE, E A M . . . Montgomery Pre-Med MARY GLAm's EATMAN. . . . . . .Tuscaloosa ' I Edumlion WILLIAM MAI.coI.M EIIERsoI.E . . . .Tuscaloosa ' Electrical Engineering KA'l'I'lI.EEN ELLIS, A X Q . .... . Mobile flrls and Srifzzccs WILBUR DEWITI' ELLIS . . . . . Columbus, Miss. flrils and S1'i1rfI1'cs CI-IARLES E. ENGLAND, II K A . . . Huntsville Educalion Freshman Football. JACK GORDON ENGl.IiBER'l', E fb E1 . . Tuscztloosa , Pre-Med 1 FREDERICK TliRRlil.L ENSIIIEN . . . . Wetumpka I Commerce 141 " aaarfcaazwm awwamwacsazs " THE COROLLA, 1929 QXOII 'ICN-9 GWWWWDGWQGNWGWWI5 M GWWGNWDGWWDGWWDWWD Freshman Class JOHN RAYMOND ERBE . , . . . . . Donora, Pa. Electrical Engineering ARTHUR MARION ESPY, II K 'Iv .... Abbeville Pre-Lafw Erosophlcg Pre-Lnw Club. JOHN SEAB ESEY, T Q X ..... . Eufaula Commerce CIIARI.Es RICHARD Es'I'Es, X fl' .... Birmingham Commerce P A T KAE MURRAY FAIIEY .... Schenectady, N. Y. Education ' FRED A. FERLISI, A 111 A ...... Birmingham Art: and Sciences RonER'I' FIRESTONE, :If K E . . . Cincinnati, Ohio Arts and Sciences ALs'roN FI'I'l'S II, A K E ...... Tuscaloosa Artr and Sciences RACHEL THOMAS Fl'l'ZGl'lRALD, A 1' A . Tuscaloosa .flrls and Sciences GEORGE W. FLEMING . . . . .Jackson Commerce ROBERT HAROLD FLEMING, K E . . Pensacola, Fla. Electrical Engineering JAMES DRURY FLOWERS, KI' A 9 . . . . Dothan Commerce 1' A 'I' LoUIs FORMAN .... . . . . . Camden, N. J. Arlr and Science: SAMUEL A. FoR'I'soN, JR., E A E . . Augusta, Ga. Commerce P A T President Freshman Commerce Class. THOMAS FRANCIS Fox ..... Flushing, N. Y. Commerce Newman Clubp Freshman Football. CHARLES MOORE FRANKLIN, E N . . Union Springs Pre-Med NORMAN GILBERT FRANZ, A T A . Milwaukee, Wis. flrts and Sciences MARTHA ELIZABETH FREEMAN . . .Northport ' Art: and Sciencex x42 ' GEQGMJGRQ QEQGMEGM-as ' THE COROLLA, 1929 QE ' -W 5 1 I O ,bg WQMDGMEGEEDGEQWED QMEQMEWWEEEEECEEESY3 Freshman Class V 'GRANvII.l.E MAl.COl,M FREY, A T Q . . Guthrie, Ky. I flrls and Scicncm JAMES ALllliR'l' FROWEN ..... Pittsburgh, Pa. . .flrts and Scifncm ROEER1' ALLEN FULTON, II' K E . . . Duquesne, PII. Prc'-Mad PIIILII' J. GAI.ANLI ........ Lodi, N. J. Cifvil Enginzfcrilzy FRANK BARNES GARRE'I"r, 2 A E . . Montgomery Electrical Enginewring MAR'I'lN GAS'I'WlR'I'fI .,... Cedarhurst, N. Y. Electrical Engincfriug GEORGE ERNEST GAUTNEY. . . . . .Alicevillc Cifvil Engim-cring MONSULA EI,IzAEE'I'II GAY . . . . .Tuscaloosa .Educaiian BORDEN EUGENE GEWIN, T Q X . . . Tuscaloosa Mining lingiflccrirzg PIIYLLIS LANGIIORNE GILES. . . . .Decatur Commerce JAMEE ELIAS GLENN . . . . . . Trussville Commerce Commerce Club. WIIEELER BEASON GLENN . . . . Trussville Com1ncrcc Commerce Club. ALIIER1' J. GLISSOM . . . . . . . Mize, Miss. Pre-Med fb B II ROY I'IAMlI.'l'0N GODWIN . . . . . . Selma Co m m erce KATIE GOLDS1'ElN . . . . . . . Hurtsboro V Co m mcrce SAM GORDON, K N . . . . . . . . Birmingham Commerce EDWARD WAYNE GRANT, II K A . . . Greenville Commerce A Glee Club. BENJAMIN JACK GREENEERG . . - - Newark, N- J- Prc'-Mcd - l " GEEEGEEEQEED GEQWWEQME " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' :EQ Ydwfsmwsfmazwwacmm cmwacamaaabasmaaiav F1'6S1'1TI'13,I'1 Class CLARA GRllfl"lN, A Z. . . . . . ,Tuscaloosa f1rl.r and St'it'll!'t'J H R0l3l5R'l' LIILANII GRIIfIfI'I'II, E II' E . . . Sheflield Pre-Med Pre-Med Club. Bli'l"l'Y JANII GREGORY. . . . . . .Tuscaloosa flrls and s!'iI'IlfL'.l' WII.I.IAIvI GRAPPENBACHER, E A E . Cincinnati, Ohio Co1IInIz'rcz' Erosoplllc. AI.I2x BASIL GUSACIIIK . . . . New Haven, Conn. Engineering Jon NORMAN GUY, E X . . . . . Montgomery Pre-Med JAMIss B. GWIN . ...... . Bessemer Commerce RIcI-IARII A. I-IAIL, JR. .... . . Robertsdale Pri--l.afw Mll.liS S. HALI. ....... . Montgomery Pre-Lafw I Pre-Ln.w Club. SARA LouIsIc I-IAI.I. ..... .Tuscaloosa Edumlion Pre-Law Clubj MARIE Loulslc I'IAGI.IiR, X .Q . A. . . . Northporl Prr-Lafw Pre-Lnw Cluhg Y. XV. C. A. SARA EI.IzAIIIe'I'II I-IAMNER . . . . . . Northport .flrls and SCil!7lCL'5 GUY I-IARnwIcK, II K A. . . .Hartford Commerce BENJAMIN G. PIARRISON, JR. . . Mount Holly, N. J. Pre-Med WILLARD W. HATCH, A T A . . Los Angeles, Cal. HN: and SCiZ'7ICL'.l' RAI.PII S. HAWKINS ...... Raleigh, Miss. Pre-Med fb B H I MABEL LORRAINE HAYES . ..... Tuscaloosa Arts and Sciences EI.IzAIIIa'I'II DUNLAP HES1'ER, K A . . . Boligee . flrls and Sciences T44 " czwzscwocmm asmmazscsara " Q89 THE COR LA, 1929 4.2: Il QWWGWWDGWWDGNWDGWWI5 A GNWDQWQQWQWWGWWD A ' Freshman Class l F. T. HRRLONG, JR., E N ...... Greenville flrlx and Srir11re.v P A 'l' Glee Club. HARVY J. Hnwrrr, fl' E K . . . Sioux Falls, S. D. Commerce Fencing Squad, '28, '29. SIGMUND I'IIAscII ....... Bay Shore, N. Y. Commerce COL. HARRIS I'IILDRlE'l'l'l, 111 A 0 . . . Decatur Commerce REBECCA ALISON HILL, K A . . Fort Bennings, Ga. flrls and Srir-nrfr Home Economics Club. MARGARIVI' R. HILL, A E1 A . . . . Talladega Pri'-1l1L'1f Pre-Mod Club. ELNA GRACE HIN'I'oN ..... . . Tuscaloosa Iirluculion Tl'lOMAS J. Honcn . ........ Langston Educalion Masonic Cluhg Education Club. FERIIINAND I'IOlEHN. . . . . . . .Bifmillghillll Ari: and S r'ir'1I1'es BILLII5 HOLLAND, II K A . . . . .Abbeville Pre-Lafw Pre-Law Club. I-IoRAcE HOLLAND ......... Anniston Chemical EIlyiIl1'I'l'iIlg JOIIN RALPH I'IOLI.AND ....,... Dothan Commerce LAMAR S. HOLLRY ...... . . Samson , Pre-Meri Pre-Med Club. ELDRIDGE MAR'1'lN HOLMAN . . .... Ozark Pre-Lafw FRED LEWIS I-Ioucx ...... Rochester, N. Y. Cifuil Eilgirwering A. A. C. Ia. SUZANNE HOUGlI'I'0N, Z '1' A .... Birmingham flrls and Srir'nr'e.v ELLIS HoUs1'oN, JR., II, E K. . ,. . . Bessemer Pre-Lafw Freshman Football, '23. MARTIN EDGAR HOUSTON . . . .... Oxford Chemieal Erxgineering , I4-5 " owwaawaoses oswooswoowz " THE COROLLA, 1929 ' ' l rg. B Freshman Class THOMAS Josnml I'IUS'l'ON .... Westfield, N. J. Comnxercc EDWIN EVl2Rll'l"l' Howl! . .... Evansville, Ind. l,l'I'-M V11 WALLACE JOHN Howrem. . . . . Bradford, N. Y. Prr-Mn! VVOonRow MARTIN HOWDON . . . . Tuscaloosa l'!'r'-Mrrf Pre-Med Club. CHARr.vasI-IuFNAn1.n. . . . , .-Evansville, Ind. Commerce Pnomm l'IUXl'0Rll . . . . . . . . Mobile rl ri: and Sr'ir'1zr'r'.r R0maR'r LU'l'llIiR INGALLS, 111 A 9 . . . Montgomery Co 1I1lIlI?7'CP Ernsophiog Excvlslnr. CARRIE DRARR JACKSON, A I' A . . . Greensboro flrfs and Sz'iz-nrrs EUGENE Cl.IN'1'oN JACKSON, X A E . . . Fayette Fra-Mfd Pre-Med Club. KEENE KERMl'l' JACOBY, ,A X' .... Birmingham ,-Iris and Srirnrr: J. HAI. JRRNIGAN, K PJ . . . . . Andalusia Engimwring IVAN PA'l':l'IiN JEWELL, A T A . . St. Petersburg, Fla. lffzgifmfring "Crimson-White." AR'l'l'lUR N. JOHNSON, fb 2 K . . Worcester, Mass. C o m mera' DuMolxLy Clulm. CuAR1.na VVILI. JOHNSON. . . . . .Langdale Commerce , JACK HENRY Jor1NsoN . .... Brooklyn, N. Y. ElI'l'1fiNIl linginrnring MARX' Amen Joi-iNsoN . . . . . Haines City, Fla. rlrls and Sz'ir'1u'r.t ORMoNn WA'l'SON JOHNSON, JR. . . Lynchburg, Va. Commerce Manager Freshman Fnothnll. SAM VV. JOHNSON, fl' K E . .... Montgomery Ellflillfffillg ' Freshman Football. 146 'i ciwrzsctwwoczwo czwziczwzcrwza " n THE COROLLA, 1929 WWQCFWDGWWGWWWWE M GWWDQWWDQWWDGWKJCWW ' F1'6Shl'Il3.I'l Class CII1Hu.Es AI.IIIsR'I' L. JoIINsI'oNE, JR., KI' A 0 . Mobile Pre-LaIw HORACIE G JoHNs'I'oN, K A . . Corsicana, Texas , :Iris and Scivzzcrs X I' A 'I' S'I'UAIc'I' BROOKS JOHNs'I'ON, A K E. . .Mobile Commerce P A 'I' President Rho Alpha TIIII. MACK H. JOLLY . . . . . . . . . . Tallassee Commerce , l AI.IcE MARIE JONES . . . . . . . Phoenix City flrrs and Scimzmv JOIIN EIIWAIIIIJONES. . . . . . .Mobile ,-1rl.f and Sl'iI'7ll'l'.v DAVID KA'I'z,KN. . . . . . . .Monroeville Commerce Band. EUGENE A. ICELLY. . . . . . .Eliz:Ibeth, N. J. Commerce COInIIIuI'ce Club. RU'I'IfI FIARRIS Kl5l.l.X', A 1' A .... Birminghzxfn ,flrls and Sciences TI ROY NORMAN KENOALI. ...... Ruston, Ln. Engineering HAROLD KIENNEIJY ...... . Lnngclule Commerce JOIIN KELLX' KENNEDY, TI K A. .Birmingham Commerce RUTH KENT, A X Q ........ Wedowee ' xlrls and Sciences ELOISE CJACKIEJ KEENER. . . . . . Collinsville Education Erosophlcg Sponsor, '29, Company 1-I, R. O. T. C. EDWIN KlMBROUGlfl, A T Q . . . . . Dacleville Arts and Scinncex M. E. KINGSBAKER, Z B T . South Pasadena, Cal. X Glee Club. Commerce . J. MIIIFORIJ KIRKUP . . ' .... ' Bayshore, N. Y. Commerce SIMON CANIII' KI.Ass . . . . . Rochester, N. Y. Commerce l '47 " awmfcxwsawz cawzsczmaaem " THE COROLLA, 1929 fs-Q1 ' 'L U 4 ,-9 F1'6S1'lI'I'1aI1 Class Moonvn KIIECKLEY ...... Oglethorpe, Ga. Ellgillfffillg Luo RICHARD KNlGlI'l', fl' E K . . Merryville, La. Pre-Med WII.I.IAM M. R. Kkausrz, A T A . Los Angeles, Cal. MI'l'lIdIliCdl Engifzrfrirzg Aero Club. RACIIIEI. lhassue LAIIovI'I'z . . . . . . Montgomery Edumlion Debating Club: Education Club. JAMIQS WAI.'I'IeN LAMIIIsII'I'H, K A . So. Pasadena, Cal. Pre-Med LOIS MARIIE I,ANcIfoRn, X Q .... Lakeland, Fla. xlrlx and S1'i1'lIl'l'.l' Erosophlc. I'IAumI'I'oN BIIN I.ARIcINs . . . . Elba Pm'-Lafw Pre-Lnw Club. JOIIN Fokn LAUMIQR, ll N . . .Tuskegee C01lHIlL'l'CL' CORINNII LAVY, A Ill ll ...... Birminglmln flrls and S1'i1'1Ifc.t Education Club. Lmtox' ERNFRIED LAWSON . . . East I-Iaven, Conn. Commerce WII.I,IAM jluvuas Llan . . . . . . Town Creek Pre-Med . Pro-Med Club. DoRo'I'IIY TItII.IaY LI2YIvIAs'I'I2R, A X S2 . . . Mobile Commerre Commerce Club. Fox LIcII'I'I-'oo'I'. . . . . . . . .Troy Commerce COIlllllCl'l!0 Club. WYNIIMA LEE LINnsI:Y. . . . . . .Tuscaloosa :Tris and Sc'i1'nrc.t KA'I'IILI2I:N M. LOKEY . . . . . . Buffalo, N. Y. Educalion Education Club: Debating Club: Y. VV. C. A. LAWRENCE A. LONG, A T Q . . . Savannah, Ga. Pfl'-Lll"LU Glee Clubg Pre-Law Club. TIIOMAS BURTON LovI2'I'T, III K 2 . . Monroeville Electrical E7lgiIlt'L'l'iIlg JOHN ALI-III:Us LOVELADY. . . . . . .Cullman ' Commerce " czwzaciwacywzs czwzscwzamrs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-I ' . 1 ' :ga wowzawwawrvawrmwa awzewzawbawwaawbeva Freshman Class JOHN ABRAHAM LYLE, fb A '9 . . . - Birmingham flrls and Sczmlcex I' A 'I' Erosophic. RUSSELL LYLI2, E A E . . . . Lauderdale, Miss. flrls and Sl'iI'lll'6'.l' 1' A 'l' Vice-President Frcslmmn Class. ELWOOD MACREY, II K 111 . . . . . Birmingham Commerce VIRGINIA MACLEOIJ, A A A . . . . Mobile EdIll'l!fl0lI ll Erosophicg Sccretzwy-TI'onsuroI'g Gluo Uluhg Dolnillng Club. GARI.AND P. MAIIAEFEY, 9 X . Sulphur MiIlCS, La. Commerce RUBY ELINOR MANCILL . . . . . . . Andalusia .-Iris and Sl'l1'llI'I'5 RICHARD M. MANN, E X . . . . Evansville, Ind. Prr'-Lafw KENNE'I'fI GLENN MARSHALL, A T A . Birmingham Elzgimwrirly GEORGE JOHN MASER . . . . New Haven, Conn. - Commerce JOHN E. MAssEY, 9 X. . . .Killen Ellgilleering VVALLACE R. MASSEY. . . . . .Jasper Commerce Commerce Club. AILEEN MAXWELI., X Q . . . . . Tuscaloosa .4 rl.: and S l'lI'lll'l'5 TI WINs'I'oN BUSH MCCALL, A K E . . . Mobile Pre-Lczfw Pre-Law Clubg Freshman Baseball Toning "Corolln" ' Staff. MARY JOSEPHINE MCCARTY . . . .Salem flric and Srirn1'c.v Education Club. PAUL BE1'rY MCCULLOUGIIQ . . . Town Creek Commerce Cornmcrco Club. STEVE THoMAs MCGINNIS, II K 111 . . Birmingham Commerce A K 'I' "Rammer-.TnmmcI"' Stuffg Commuruo Club. JosEPI-IINE EVELYN MCGUIRIE . . . .rFllSCZll00Sll firls and Sl'iI'lll'I'J l CLARENCE RAYMOND MCLENDON . . . Pike Road Commerce W 7, 149 " czmwecxwzwwzf cwmmezzsswrs " THE COROLLA, 1929 I 1 ' rg F1'SShlTl3.I'l Class SIMIION DUNCAN MCLEMORE, E A E . . . Elmore Commerce I Erosophlcg Forensic Council. DOUGLAS C. MCMUI,I.EN, fb 1' A . Schenectady, N. Y. Pm'-Lafw GRACE Mrmoow . .... Mount Vernon, N. Y. ,flrrs and Srienrnr Debating Soclcty. VAN CII.Iz CARQLYN METCALF . .... Hartford ,flrls and Scifmrzuv , HUDSON FUI,'I'oN MEYER . . Rockville Centre, N. Y. Pn'-Journalism HUGH BARR MILLER, 2 A E . . Hazlehnrst, Miss. Pro-l.afw Erosophic: Freshman Football. JAMES I-IAL MILLER . . . ..... Carrollton Pn--Lafw LoUIs Lno MILLER, JR. . . . . Charleston, S. C. Commerce RAYMOND P. MIMS . ..... . Clanton fl rl: and Scimnu Joslaml AR'I'IIUR MINUS ..... . . Epes Pre-Mad MARY MITCIIELL, A 1' A ...... Montgomery ,fl rl: and S c'ir'nI'L': Q . I-IIQNRY I-IoLIvIAN MIZE, II K 112 . . . Tuscaloosa Pn'-La-w Excelsior Lltcrary Soclc-ty: Pro-T.IIw Club. CLARKE I-I. MOORE ...... Cleveland, Ohio C 0 m nzera' Blnckfx'luI's. jIsRoIvIIs T. MooRu, 111 I' A ..... Montgomery flrts and SfiL'llfL'.l' Q AIJIIALAIGN MORGAN, A 1' A . . . . Chicago, Ill. I4 rl: and S l'il'lll'l?.l' S2 Cool-IaR JoI1NsoN MORGAN, A X . . . Birmingham lfngim'r'riny Joie MAR'l'IN MORRIS, 11- 1' A . . . . Birmingham flrfs and SI,'il'l1l'I'Y Excelsior, Vlcn-I"I'c:-Ildi-Int El'l3H01Dllil'. l l WILLIAM AR'I'IIUR MULLIIN . . . Yonkers, N. Y. Co 1n1lIcrcr' Q - Fencing' Squad. " GWWGWWWWD GFWWWGNWE5 " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q., I I ' FI'CShl'I'laI'l C1855 FRIQII VAN MURI-IIREIZ . . . . . . . Decatur Prr'-l.zIfw LUCILE NOBLE MUs'I'IN, K A . . . . Tuscaloosa I'7rl.s' and S1'i1'1I1'1'5 . Bln.cki'I'laI's5 Omega. JAMES DoucI.As MYliRS. . . . . .Jasper Prr-Mfri JoIIN I-IAWKII NANCE, E A li . . . Marion, Ark. plrfs and .S'riI-Izrrx I' A 'I' I-IALovIsE GLYNN NANNEY . . . . . Fulton, Miss. :Iris and Srirmn EDWARD SIIIRIIHY NA'I'IoN, X A E. . .Oneonta Pri--M fd MARY NEIc:III1oRs. . . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa .'1rl.v and Sl'lL'lll'L'S GEORGE WIssI.I2x' NEWIIURN, JR., X -If. . Mohile Pro-M1'd CLINTON ELLsWoR'I'II NEWMAN . . Fort Wayne, Ind. Com1ncrce GIIQRGE DUI-IME NIcws'I'Icn'I', -If K 21 . Cincinnati, Ohio .'Irl.f and S1'il'lH'l'.l' I' A 'I' Excelsior. FRIID WAL'I'IsR NICOI., III I' A . . Tuscaloosa ' Co m nmru' RICI-IARI: EARL NORMAN, 9 X. . .Birmingham Commerce BIsR'I'IIA BELL NoRRIs . , . . . . . Norrhporr ,-7rI.v and S!4il'lIl'I'5 GRACE FLANAGAN NORRIS . . . . . Tuscaloosa drls and Srif'1Iz'I'.v DAVID Nokwoon, 'If A 0 . . . . . Montgomery .-lrls and Sz'ir'1u'v.v ' If A 'I' President A.B. 17l'0Hlll113lll Cla:-Is. FRANCIS PATRICK O'BRIIeN . .... Newark, N. J. C 0 m In fra' C0IIIIIII'I'uo Uluh. BIcR'I' CoRNIcLL OU'I'I,Aw . . . . .Jackson C 0 rn m crm' EwIfLI, I-IAs'I'oN OWICNS . , . . . Dothan A COIIIlllL'l't'l' l'oIIIIII4-I1-Ie Iflulr. JACK MII.'I'oN PARRISII . ' . . . I Columbus, Ohio I .-lrlx and Sl'iI'Ill'l'.S' JACK AI.IIIaR'I' PA'I'IaRsoN, Z2 X . . . Mobile Commerce 1' A T 151 " Qwzsciwsesmazzf mmswsciwzs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' rg., wciwacwzawacwaczsws asazczsanawsawzawi? F1'CS1'lITl8.I'l Class R. KREss PATRICK, K 2 . . . . . Muncie, Ind. Pri'-Lafw Excelsior. GEORGE FRANKLIN PARR . . . . Greensboro Commerce MAR'l'lN B. PENNINc'roN . . . Marshallton, Del. Pri'-Med MARGUERl'l'PI PEGGY PETERS . . . . . . Fayette ,flrtx and Sriwzfu NEWMAN JOHN PE1'ERsoN, Ill 2 K .'Worcester, Mass. C07ll7IlL'fL'6' Secretary Froshmmx Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '28, '29. ALLENE PIIILLIP . .......... Ralph Educulion EDWARD CLARENCE PICK, K N . . New York Prn'-Mn'Ii Pre-Med Club. WILLIAM PI.oKsTIs . . . . . . Bridgeport, Conn. Elvdriral Elzyimwring ALFRED CRAWFORD PosEY. . . . .Montgomery Co nl m crm' LOUISE POSEY . . .... ,. . . . . Anniston flrls and Sc'i1'1m',v ADDINE REID PowEI.L . . . . . .Holt Eduralion JAMES VANCE PRATIIER, I-If K E . . Pasadena, Cal. C01ll1IlL'ft'L' AGATIIER NORMAN PREsCo'r'r . . . Brewton Educaiion Education Club. SARA PRICE, A Z .... . . . Tuscaloosa Edurafinzz CHARLES COLBY PROWSE, K A . . Pasadena, Cal. Prf-Lafw EIvIME'r CAREY PRYOR, K E . , . Nashville, Tenn. ."Irl.r and Sr'i1'11z'1rs WILMER SMITII POYNOR, E A E . . Florence, S. C. Commaru' JAMES BRENT RAFTER . .... Worcester, Mass. lfl1'c'lri1'al EIlffiIII'l'I'llly Newman Club. WILLIAM HAROLD RATLIFE, A X A . Edwards, Miss. I C01ll1llL'fCZ' " Ewwamwsawa awacsabmwa " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 f -- 1 I Freshman Class PIUGH REED . . . . . . Centre l Pri'-1.afw ' JOHN INZER REID, A X .... . Montevallo ' Prr'-Mfd TIIOMAS HADEN REID, 2 X . . . Birmingham Commerrc JESSIE LoUIsE REYNALDS, K K 1' . . . Mohile llomrr El'07l0ll1il'.i' JAMES EDWARD RICE. . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa xlrts and S1'i1'11u's PAUL RICE RICH, Z B T ...... Birmingham Commerce Erosophlcg Freshmnn fl'i-nnls Tm-mn. JANET LYON RIFE, X D. . . . . .Tuscaloosa flrl: mm' S rirllrrs Pre-Law Cluhg Glrls' Dohntlng Soc-lr-ty. MAY NICHOLSON RIILIPE, K A ..... Mt. Meigs .'lrI.v and Sl'iI'IlI'1'.l' S? WILLIAM BURWELL Rrvns, E 'ID E . Lynchburg, Va. Com mera' Bandg Glcc Clubg Capstone Orchestra. HAZEL RoIIER1'soN . . . . . .Tuscaloosa Commerce BERNARD ROBINSON. . . . . . .... Repton Chmniral Ell!fUlI'l'f5llfj T. MURRAY ROLEN, E fl' E . . . . . Bessemer Commerce BIIRTI-IA RosAMUND ROOBIN, A KI, E . . Birmingham :Iris and SrirI1f1'.r Educntlong Debating Club. LAWRENCE ALBERT Rom' . . . . Addison, N. Y. A I'r1r-Med ELMER DEAN Roscon . . . . . . Birmingham Engirmfrilzy BERNARD RosENEUsH . .... . . Tuscaloosa I-1rl.I and Sfimzms "Rammer-JnmmeI"' Art Staff. HERMAN SACKS . . . . . . . . .Troy xlrlx and Sri:-1In'.I Pre-Med Club, WILLIAM JAMES SANFORD, JR. . -. . Deatsville flrlx amz' Sl'il'lll'l'J FRANCES CANNINE SAMUEL, A A A . . Tuscaloosa ,4l'f.l' and Science: Erosophlcg B1ackfI'in.rs. " awzasazsswa cswsasazssaz " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-I i 'ff' 'A ' Q imwsaewacwaawecmm awwaaewamweswsawbw RomiR'I' B. SAUNIIIIRS, 'II E K . . Co 1n1nz'1'rn FMISIIIIIIIIII l"ootlm.ll, ' fl rl.: and Sfifwrrs I-IowARn GORDON Sco1"I' . . . . . ffrls and S1'il'lll'L'.l' MARYE D. SCRUGGS. . . . . . flris and Sri1'nrr.r Commerce Frm-slImaII Football. .lourfzalism Debating Club. F1'eSi'l1T13I'l Class . . .Bessemer zs, AN'I'IIoNv AI.ovsIus SCRAFATI, A fl' A . Newnrk, N J. JACK SCIIRUER, Z B T . . , . . Montgomery Comnmru' Erosophlc. FRANClS MA'I'IrAIs SCHNEIDER . . Schenectady, N. Y. Pre-Mn! PIARRY VINCENT SCIIUs'I'I2R, Q A T . Brooklyn, N. Y. Commcrcr' . Yellow Pine . Tucson, Ariz. WILLIAM D. SEDIIERRY. . . . . Wetumpka I'rr'-Mrd KA'l'I'IRX'N SIaI.Ls, K A. ..... Birmingham nlrts and Sl'iI'7l!'I',l PALMIIR I-IINDS SIIAFFIIR, Z A E . Memphis, Tenn. .-lrlv and S!'iQ'l1l'I'.Y f Erosophlc. Josnmr FRANK SIIARPE . . . . . . . Mobile MABEY. A. SIIAL ...... A . Washington, Incl. MARTHA SIIIDELL . . . . . . . . Birmingham .-Iris and SfiI'7ll'L'3 FRANCES SESSIONS, K A. . , . . . .Ozark .elrls and Sr'i1'11n's WALLII2 ANDREWS SEYMOUR, A X A . . . Selma Commerce 1' A T CHARLES V. SHANNON, II K ID . . . . Mobile Prv-Lafw , Pre-Law Club. Jon MORRIS SHAW. . . . . . . . . .Guin l'fB-ML'cf WILLIAM GARIIIIILII SHELDON . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Commerce I. TI-IURs'I'oN S'I-IEPIIERD . . . . Berry Pre-Lafw ' Pre-Law Club. 154- I 1 ll ' czgemawamm ciwaewwsiawzs THE COROLLA, 1929 fs. I -W-I . . I. woiwsowzfmwmabmm cwammawwaowscsfraipm ' Freshman Class WYCKAFF ALBERT, SIIERVVOOD . . . Addison, N. Y. Elr'r'lrir'al lfllgiIl1'l'I'ilIy Lomsn SIIIRLEY, K A .... . . .Tuscaloosa , El1llt'!lfi0II WINs'1'oN C. SrIo'r'I's . . . . . . .I-Iackleburg Cifuil 1ingim'cring DAVID LEON SIMPSON . . ..... Tuscaloosa Chcmiral EllfjiIlt'I'I'illg NEWTON SIuaI.'I'oN. . . . . . . .Birmingham Mining L'7lgillI'l'fil1g BENJAMIN HARRISON SMI'1'I-I, 9 X . . . Haleyvillc .flrls and Srirrzrws Freshman Football. BINGIIAM SM1'1'II, K E .... . . Opelika Prz'-Lafw P A T Erosophicg BlIwkl'1'lnr. ANN Ross SNOW, K A . ...... Tuscaloosa .-lrls and Scir'II1'c.v CLEMMIE CARoLYN SMITH . . . . . . Tuscaloosa rlrls amz' Sri1'1u'fJ DOUGLAS JorINs'I'oN SMI'I'II, II K A . Birmingham Prr-Lafw Trcusurcl' Freshman Y. M. C. A.: "CrlnIsoI1-XVhltu" Staff: Pre-Law Club. FRANK M. SMITH ....... . . Sheliield Prz'-Med GLAnYs LoLA SMITH ....... Steens, Miss. :Iris and Sc'ir'I1H'5 Education Club: Y. XV. C. A.: Ruprvscxmtaltlvu XVUl1'Hl.ll'!'l Council. JAMES SMITH, 6 X . .... . . Leighton ' Prr'-Lafw LoR1zNA SMITH . . . . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa :Iris and Sl'il'lll'l'.l' MARK Is. sun-u, e x ..... IzIyfiieviIIe, AI-Ir. Commerce WILLIAM DoUcLAs SM1'I'If1 . . . New York, N. Y. Prv-Meri WILLIAM Mc. SMYLIE . . . Martins Ferry, Ohio Pm'-Mad , ' MORRIS SOKOL, K N ..... . Birmingham Commercr' i RUTH S1-LAWN . . . . . . . . .Centerville ' .flrls and Srirlzrrw " QWWGNWDGWWD GWWDGWWGWW i' '. THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' A I F1'6S1'lT1'1aI'1 Class JAMES CAMPIIELL STEELE, K E . . . Monroe, La. Prf'-Lafw P A 'l' Excelsior. WIIILIAM HATCIVIER STEPP, 2 112 E . Columbus, Miss. Pre-Med Cl-IARLES ALBERT STERMAN . . . .Tuscaloosa Commerce JoE BEATIIY STONE . . . . . Panama City, Fla. Pr:--Lafw Pre-Law Club. PAUL OLIVER STONE, -If K 2 . . . . Birmingham C01Il1llL'fC6' P A T RORERI' HILL STRAIN, 2 N . . . . Brewron Comvneru' SARAH BLANCIIE STRIBLING, A X O . Columbus, Miss. ffris and Sz'ik'm'1rs Home Economics Club. CHARLES FREDERICK S'l'UAR'l','fI' A 9 . Syracuse, N. Y. Klrix and Sr'i1'nn's PIIILII' SUBKOW, E A M .... Yonkers, N. Y. Prz'-Mrd HENRY TAFI' SULLIVAN . . .Hodges Prc-Mad WILLIAM J. SULLIVAN, 111 E K . -. Norwalk, Conn. .-Iris and Srifnfrs LOIS SWANN, A X 0 . . . . U .... Wedowee :Iris and Srirnrr: Tl NANCY SWANN, A X K2 . . . . . . Mobile .flrts and Sz'i1fm'cJ LUCY TARWATER . ...... . . Fayette Mlris and Sr'imu'cs ALLEN LEE TERRY, T SIX ..... Plantersville J Elzrrtriml Erzgimwing A. A. E. JEAN THOMAS, K A ....... Montgomery I Eduralion Blnckfrizws. JoE FRANK THOMAS, 112 2 K . . . . Ensley Engineering HAROLD JACKSON TPIOMPSON . . .Leonia, N. J. Commerre Commerce Club. JOE J. THoMEsoN ....... Healing Springs Pre-Lafw 156 " GWWGNWWEWD GNWDGNWDQWWD 1' THE CGROLLA, 1929 Q-1 ' 1 Freshman Class PERRY AUGUsI'Us TI-IOMPSON . . . . . Citronelle I'rL'-Men' I l Roy WALLRAM Tl-IOMPSON . . . . . Leonia, N. J. ' ElfllNlfi0Il VIIQGINIA M. TIIOMPSON, K K I' . . Mobile Edu falio n GIIORGI3 LRE 'IxlDWliLL, E112 E . . . Monroe, Ln. Pri'-Lafw Pros-IitleIIt 1+'I'usIlImnI1 Y. M, C. A.g "CoI'ull:I" SUIIT, '2!l: "Cl'lllIS0ll-xvllilll" Stuff. FRHIJIJIII j'UI.IUs TOHNES . . . . . . Mobile Commcrczr I7l'CSlllTII'l.l1 Football. ARMON LANIER rFOWNSl5ND, 9 X . . . Birminglmm Prz'-Mn! 15l't!-Ml'1l Club. H. S. TRAMMELL . ..... . Five Points Prr-Lalw Prc-Law Club. JAMES WAL'I'IzR TRAMMIaI.I. . . . . . .Mobile Chflllifllf Ell!lilII'l'I'illff RAI.I1II WAI.IIo TUCKIER, A X . Metropolis, Ill. lI'Iiuz'alio1I SAMUEL PRnN'I'Iss TULLOS . . . . Mize, Miss. Prrr-Med -I' II II ELIo'I"I' W. 'fURNBULL, II, 1' A . Schenectady, N. Y. Commerce' CI,ARI2NcIz MCCAIN TURNER . . . Tuscaloosa Pro-M ad HoRAcI2 SAMFORD TURNER, III I' A. . .Mobile . Ca nz marco MII.nREn TURNER, K A . . .... Montgomery ' .tlrls and S1'i1'1I1'1'J Glnc Club. JACK USSERY .... . . . . . Dothan Cornmcrre' Commnrcc Club. VIGNON CAMILIIE UTI.m' . . . . . . Tuscaloosa :Iris and SI'il'Ill'l'5 MONA IRENE VAN HoRN, A 1' A . Baltimore, Mal. flrls and Sm-urf.v HoUcII'I'oN VAUGIIN, fb A 6 . . ,. Nashville, '1'enII. ElllfillI'I'I'illff President Class 1Q!lg'lllL!Cl'lllI.f. RAYMOND POLLARD WAGNIZR . West I-Im-tfoi-tl, COIIII. Commcrcz' 157 " cwzsawwaawm awzacwzsewzs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' ' Q ' rg? Ydemowwoowwomwsowwo cwzsaemcwzcwoowbsi Freshman Class HARRY A. WAINER ...... Brooklyn, N. Y. EllyiIlI'L'fill!l GEORGE CYRII. WAKEFIELD . . St. Petersburg, Fla. Eflyirzrrrillg JAMES RICHARD WALKER, A T Q . Memphis, Tenn. Camrncrcz' I' A 'I' I-IENDERsoN RIIIGEWAY WAIILACE . . . . Mobile Iflrlx and Sfif'm'rrI KIRHUIUIOI'-JRll1lIl0Y'." TELLIS MARTIN WALLACE . . . . .Shellielrl Commerce JOHN H. WALLS . ...... . Guntersville Pre-Mad l7l'G-M4311 Cluhg "'C1oI'ullzI." ANNIE FRANK WARD . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa I4rl.v and Sl'iI'lll'l75 MALCOLM G. WARD . . . . . Enterprise, Miss. EllgillI'I'l'illy ' "CI'il1'lS0ll-Xvllitlf' Staff. TED J. WA'I'soN, A I' A ..... Detroit, Mich. Cnrnmcru' ROBERT A. WEILL . ..... Camaguey, Cuba Prrr-Mad Pre-Med Clubp Newman Club, RoMAN LEE WEIII, Z B T . . . . . Montgomery Pn--Lafw A Erosophlcg Pre-Law Clubg BIncl:frlnI's. FANNYE WENER, A 112 E .... Memphis, Tenn. Klrlx and Srir'1Inr.r Pn.n-Hellcnlcg Education Cluhg CoIItcIII1IornI'y lJulmtlIIg Club. J- TIIoMAs ALBERT WEST, K 2 . . Dothan C01ll1IlL'fCL' Erosophicp Excelsior: COIXIIIIUVCU Club. CIIARLES RUPERT WETZEL . . . . Evansville, Ind. I-'rn-Mad CARMINE W'lIAl.EY . . . . . . . .Warrior El1lll'llfi0ll GEORGE GRE WIIEARY . . . . . . Racine, Wis. Co 111 In ara' WILLIAM LANIEY WIII'I'EIIURs'I' . . . Shellield l'rr'-Mr'1f Pro-Mud Club. VIRGINIA JOSEI'l'llNli WI'I'IIERow, Z T A . Galax, Va. Co 1Il1Ilt'fCL' ' Economics Club. " GNWDGWWDWWE WWDGFWJGWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q, I I , i I F1'CSl'1lT1aI1 C1855 PIEGRAM WIII'I'woR'I'II, jk., fb K E . .Tuscaloosa ' f1rl.v and Sri:-nrfx Bassm WlGII'l' . .......... Calhoun I 1 . rlrlx and Sl'lI'7ll'L'5 HOWARD JAMES WII.III'I'Iz ..... Montgomery l't'n'-Ml'rf FRANK C. WII.IcIzs, JR.. . . . . .Montgomery Pr."-I,zIfw l'.lOWARD BAGIIY WILSON .... Vicksburg, Miss. Com In craft' PAUL WILSON, E A M . . . East I-Izlrtford, Conn. Erltzmfimz R0mzR'I' B. WILSON, E X . . . . . Tuscaloosa Co nz 7ll era' PAUL MARSIJON WILLIAMS, A T A . Cleveland, Ohio Com Illlfffl' SAMUIII. JOHN VVILLIAMS, E Il' IC . . Monroe, La. I'r."-l.1Iw HARoI.n PARSONS WILLIAMSON . . . Jamaica, AN. Y. lfdumliolz li ll A DeMolny Cluli, IYIIINRY J. WI'I"I'MAN ...' . . . Metropolis, lll. Comntcrczr LEONORA WOODALI., K A. . . .C0lumlnus, Gu. rlrls and Sr'ir'm'r': MARX' S'l'liWAR'I' Woolmkn, K K l' . Jennings, Fla. .-Iris zum' Sr'i1'nr't'5 ' lcl'fISlllihl1'. CHARLES B. Woouuuncrs, K E . . Louisville, Ky. rf rfs and Srir'm'1's Erosophlv. JAMES Jostam-I VVUGl,l0'I"l'A, A fb A . North East, Pa. l'n'-Mrd MAURICE ZANvII.I.Ia, E A M. . .Toledo, Ohio Co II1Illt'I'i'I' FRED EUGENE ZIcIt:I.Iek .' . . . . Greenville COIlIlIll'l't'f SIDNEY ZIIIF, K N ...... . Birmingham Co In nzvrcr' . 159 'f Qwsawaewmt awacwwaawm " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' I ' rg? 'fiiwacvwsawmswwawm czmmwmzwwamzsczwgy COLOR BEARERS -4+ MILITARY 160 ' cawzcmmwrs cawwawzsaws ' r THE COROLLA, 1929 F0 1 +1 A S . REGIMENTAL CADET STAFF and SPONSORS 161 " cxwmmwricwzv awzscrwmawzs " THE COROLLA, 1929 gg-r ' - 1 I ,EQ WWWWGWWDQWWWWQW .om .M E5 VGQX' L COL. P. VVHITWORTH I nfanlry Cnlnnul XVhltwo1'th wus horn August 5, 1871, nt. Mxuxsfh-ld, Loulslnnn. Hu gl'2l.1lLlilll'll from tln- Llnlu-rl Stun-s Mllltnry Af-:ull-lny in 1894, :md has snrvcd ln lmth thu Sllllllliill-Allll'l'fL'llll Wm' mul the An1:'x'luun Exlledltlonury Fo1'c'us in l"rumeu from July, 1918, to May, 1919. l-lo was I3!'ll.flLKll1'l'-Gn'llC?l'ill, L-omnmndlng the 71st Infantry Brlgndc, Rlith DI- vlslon at Bllgny, Aubc, and at Mutougcs, France, also survlng on the Aisno lilver sector. Slnco coming to the university in September ol? 1924 as Professor of Military Science und Tactics, he has introduced a highly cfllclcnt system of instruction. 1-Ils popularity wlth the students is evldenccd by thc rapid growth thls department has shown under his leadership. 162 " WWGWWWWJ GWKJGWWGNW " THE COROLLA, 1929 5121 I 'L g COMMISSIONIED OFFICERS Unpl. llmnsvy, Nami. Hurnwvll, Pupt. IUlllx'4IIJ'I', Pnl, Wlmilworllm. Maj. l"ri1-lc, 121111. II:u.r:1n, IA. IH-In-1-, Mznjm- Auslln H. l1'rIvIc, l'. A. V., Il. U. II.: 1':111t. k'I1:1rIvsI II. Iiurnwvll, Jr., lnfzmtry, Iv. H. I.,g Unpl, l':1ul XX. Rllllvmlgw-, t'. A. U., lb, U, II.: l'z:pt. .lumvs .I, Ilngzxmx, Inlkmtry, Ir, U. I..: l':1lvl. .lmm wg Hum. ux llllLllllX If 0 I I luhnml I'1nu f ',', 2 ',', . . 1.1 1! ' ' 1 ' ' '. NON-COMIVIISSIONIED OFFICERS S4-l'p:l,. Huw-1.:'m'y. Svlmzl. Wulll-, Sm-rpl. In-nmmml, Sc-rgt. 11111-10,-I Mau-xta-r Sl'I'l!,'I'1lIII,.Il'NHl' fIl'l'g'ibl'X, llli':l!l1l'y, Ir. ld. M. L.: 'I'r-1-Illllvsll Sm-mf :mt VIIIHIIII Wulfv, U. A, Q, Il, I1I..'IVI, I..g SLAIIT Sl'I'j.1'l'IllIf Vyrus 1'. In-mnmml 4', .-X. V.. Il. IG. M. I..g S1-l'L:'1-:ullt Iiuvk UIlI'Il'I', 11, ul' IG.. lk IG. M. I.. I I I I " GWWDGWWGWW WWDGWWDGWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 'Fifa-on neuefb COMPANY OFFICERS AND 'SPONSORS 164 " Qwrscawrsawza cxwzwwscws " pf Y ' 7 Y P P Y P P P P Y Y Y P Y Y 7 Y THE BRONZE AGE 'P 4- IH HE Bronze Age finds man emerging from his primi- tive surroundin f d t 'd d b gs o cave an sones, ai e y a hard substance called bronze. With it man was able to fashion more effective I weapons, which gave him complete mastery over the savage beasts. The sense of security and leisure which such a victory gave enabled him to turn his mind toward more peaceful pursuits. With this new metal he fashioned implements of industry which quickened commerce and trade. Cities began to develop, and tribes grew into nations. Chieftains became kings residing in imposing palaces that were made possible by the rapid strides of progress These rulers were able to gather about them a leisure class free to devote their energies to the Finer Arts Men shed their forest manners and became more ceremonlous and polished More important than all else was the invention of a crude system of writing This was of inestimable import ance Trade was increased and made more stable and cer tam Governments were made stronger and more efficient by this new way of recording laws and announcing decrees Knowledge was recorded and man became able to accumu late and retain the wisdom of the past and communicate it to everyone able to comprehend the magic marks Truly a wonderful and productive age furnishing a foundation on which man was destined to rear his super structure of civilization afar? 2:1 I gs 13511 .- 259255: -. f-5 .A'.V.,f,A,'., V! -Z HI... I . : , gn, lik-l -V, . , ,WHA-M 5 -A,:E,lhil I BEAUTIES .13-,AUM-..h,-,uc X V-,-4,'i51, .....x. .,. .-,W NA h. ,K 1. ,Lf 4' W. CAROLYN BRADLEY W6 ,N limi' MAY RELFE MARIE LEWIS MARY LOU KINCANNON BERNICE BAMBER firm?" ELONER ONDERDONK ANNIE BRITT STANDIFER FANNIE POLLARD VRQEQMQTUVRS " 41,652 S Swan fbmmmis 1lVm,vQmdIhQs V . '- fv " 'J M ul . f , , THE COROLLA, 1929 Q . ,1 . , iwdwzcwawwzfmwoswe cwzmweerwpewroawivmm NVC take pleasure in presenting the Beauties of 1929, in the selecting of which the following plan was used. A representative number of seventy-five were picked by the lldanagement, from which twenty-four were selected by the Kiwanis Club. These twenty-four were given new sit- tings and the final eight were the choice of our own john- ny Macl: Brown. VVC are proud that Hama has produced one so thor- oughly fitted to perform such a difficult task as this, and we wish to acknowledge our deep appreciation of his loyal co-operation. 4 'THE Enrroa GWWDWWJWWQ GWWQGWWDGWW U i THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 l x ' rg? wdwsswsawzswzcsaz swzmwaasasswzesfaw ,, 7 Z, KI SS ME Q We have endeavored to present in this section views of student life in its informal moments. Some of these snapshots were obtained thc latter part of last year in order to get a complete school year, and due to the early publication of the Corolla the latter part of this year could not be included. We hope these impressions of Bama here recorded will be the means of imprinting more indelibly on your mem- ory the spirit of campus life at the Capstone. Ilill is EUITOR ACTI mes ISI " GWWDWWDGNWD GNWQGNWDWWD 'J' THE COROLLA, 1929 'yiwzsawacwzclwsaws 'awwaawmawsmwsmwisw L, fr f u fm N r is 4 1. A , x n Y' R 'mg ,J "alll 1 92 ' GWWI5C.WWC,.WWH' WWC1WWZ5GWWIi5 ' X . -ffxrx 1 '.,.,..,--'-""-i -'..:L'-.....L, - --s--i .... ,.,1- Y E -f"',,,, i' .-.-... ff' ,.,-4-...Q----' ,.,-'-"--,.. -3?-'Z" -X Q N 1 QR' fixbyif X QQ: Y V Y v 7 r I r I 7 Y 7 Y Y ' Y I I TI-IE IRON AGE 'F 4' go! GD RON was discovered by the Hittites about the if eighteenth century B. C. From the I-littites' knowledge, iron was obtained by the Egypt of gifsfg . Rameses II and the Assyria of Sordon II. The l' L l ' discovery was put to great use by the Assyrians to fashion weapons, and was as much responsible as any other one factor in building up the great Assyrian Empire. But for the most part, Aegean civilization remained in the Bronze Age of civilization. It remained for the Greeks to enter the next stage of culture About IOOO B C iron was fairly common in Greece This date roughly marks the beginning of Hellen 1st1c civilization which gave the world its impetus in most of the arts and sciences Then came one of the glorious periods ln the history of mankind Greece attained heights of culture and learmng never before reached by man But eventually the valor of Roman arms enslaved the cultured Greek Rome rose from a village to world mastery spread Greek philosophy science and art to the barbarian world still ln the Bronze Age then made its contribution of gov ernment Rome declined and was eventually absorbed by medieval civilization Feudallsm chivalry and knighthood had thelr day And civilization sank to low depths Then came the Renaissance and man was prepared to enter upon a new era f 'tx 1 J ns' ,gc its s Qfqfgv' 'fx 0 Fi' f e - '. . - .. .'- - i. A '1 -. ,il 't . .,', I 1 fl' T- : 1. . hu . gg, .., . 'fy gi '. ' , .qg.Q .. Ig: 5 ks' -- ---Q . :- r-- ' wil fl?-1-NYC FJ Q THE COROLLA, 1929 fl-'I ' jlql- ' rg., 'F 4' FOOTBALL 197 " mwzzscwrsawza czwzsawzsawrs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' rg, YOCi'WWGNWrf5QWWI5WWZ5WW'J GF'vWI5WWf1WWGWWmWf56Y as -as HEAD COACH WALLACE WADE Sinvc coming to Ihr: University ol' Alnlmmn ns Athletic Director and H1-ad Football Couch ln 1923, Wallace VVndc has turned out three Confcronce Cham- pions :mtl ons- Nutirmnl Cllzunplwn, whilc ILll0Ull'l' Lind fur thru mythical tltlu. Tha Tide boast:-1 ol' the bust iivu-yum' rc-cord in thu Conl'er1.-nec. Tho 1928 Hl'f-18011 found thu Alahnnm grid unsumhlc with Z1 fnh' eluvuu, hut not one of thc championship calibre under NVudc's guidfmcc. His 1929 product ls duo to he n fur superior combine. " czwzsczwrscawm czlwwmwaczwza " f THE COROLLA, 1929 QQKSII NCD!-fl' GNWDGWWDCFWWWDWW5 4 GWWDWWGNWDGWWGWWJ 199 " CZNWDGWWGWWD GWWDWWDWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q2 V m ' vga? ' Q..f'u'f I Back-I-IICKS, VINIZS, CAMI'IlliI,L, Surmau Lme-WEAVER, SMVHI, Mlmrik, Enlaklw, IIAGLLQR, SINGTON and CAPT. EM1'r1I ' . CAPTAIN EARL SMITH V llalnyfvilfu Iliyh School l'Iu,x'l mul: uvvr tho 1'uip:n:-1 ol' Uillblllill ul' thu 1928 Aliljlillllll Crlmsun Thlu :Ls :L H'l'IlIlll2Lll whu hzul 0:-1l:LhlisllL'4l LL C0111- Lm-mhLl1Iv 1'l'l'Ul'll durinf.: his Fulu'-yu:Lr mL- l'4'1'I'IlHilIl AlzLhzLm:L pip.::-mkln NViLI'l'I0l'. lfllllilllll Earl hm-ld down :L wlm.: pm-mltlml hr the ',BfLIllZl. form-w:Lll mul wus LL:-mal quita- frcquuntly :LH IL lmckrlulal mam while Xlfl thu unlvurslty. 'l'hL- work ul' Smith whllu muh-1' Lhv tulx-l:Lg:v nl' HULL:-h Wzuh- hurl hm-11 marks-fl with l'1LILhl'uI sm-rvla-uw uml unllrlng cl'I'ol-Lrz. 1':iLl'l fu-rvud ns :mu ul' thu nm:-xt. llllIlUl'l!lllf L-npr:-1 ln thn- Dllfit yczL1"s Tide murzhlm-. In most of the on- 4'llIllllf!l'S ul' thu HUSINIIII l'fiLl'l plnya-41 :L renmclslmltly gouzl lH'1Lllll nl' hull. Apxulnrat S1-wumw, NVlHl"bIl!4lll, Gs-nrgi1L, ZLIHI G1-ol'p:'l:L 'I'u-1-h thu AIIIIHHIHL Villllilfll put up his ha-st work nl' 1111- yu1Lr. EILVI l'v1-L-Iva-LI nunwnrous vutvs for :Ln All-Soutlnern In-1-111 :Lml was llUlllll'1ll!ly llll!llli0IH'll In mn:-xt qi' Hu- ph-ku. f!:L1:lzLIn Earl will lung' ln- rm-nln-mh1-ra-Ll :Lt thu f':1l1sl.um- fm' his l1zLl'LI work :Lllrl l'll'lLll Spul'le-un:Ll1sl1l11 :Ls :Ln AIuh:L1mL uthlotu. " mwzawasmm mwaflwzscws " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q' ' 1 ' r 1. Yiewzmwmwbmmcmm awwcmwammawwscmdwg Rear-BOYKIN, McWR1cu'r, CAI-T. Smrru, Mooluf, Ho1.M, VV1aAvn-zu, GARnm"1', lhmkcrc, F. Donna, HIQNIJIERSON, MONEY, Srroml Rofw-I. Donns, S1Nc:'l'0N, C1.laMlcN'rs, VINHS, linlaiuw, SMITH, l.0w- REY, Hoon, Fowum, SKIDMORIE, BlaA1,la, Lowlusvg KIII'l'IfIljf1-qU'l'IIHR, IIAm.laR, Dour:x.As. DI-nu., MILLER, JONES, BLACK, JlENI5'l"l'lE, IIURT, Ilowmm, PAu'1'l.owlc, Iifwvlnavg Silliny-M,xr:sm':N, Iinmmuf, S'rAlu,INc, BARNES, BROWN, Rocmas, 1El.I.1s, Hicks, CAMl'llliI.l,, Foam, Blmsl-'nc1.n, ICICNDAI. TCr.r.1s lAIAm,1zu ,'llll'l'IlllfI' Caplain Bluff Springs Iligll Sl'l100l 'I'h4- tlvlmrllng' frnm tho HIIIUS nl' AI- nhzlmzl, I-L'l'lllllll'll lm "IPum1ry" llilH'll'l', am-rllm: 'Pidv pxuursl mul 1lHl'l'lHL1U vup- tzmln, xnurlm thu vloreim.: of um- ol' thv most, 1--nlm'l'l1'. t'mnt.h:1ll l'ILI'l'l'l'H nl' Hu- 1923 tirhnson outfit., "Dummy" has pxlwn Llmrw- yu-:urs nt' rm-nx:u'knhlv m'hlmnnshIp whllv wm'lchu.:' in tho 4-anpzu-ity nl' p:uzu'ml. HZlL1'll'l' :msn-xnclml In ilu- Ilmm-Ihxht. us un m1lst:uuIIm.y linanum ut' thx- South by hnvlmr In-4-n ph-ka-A on All-Ann-rh':un tm-:uns hy llllY'l1I!l'0lIH o1'lt,Ic-H, and making.: All-Suu1,lwr'n tm-:uns rm almost: all Lha- mythlvzll :u.:p:l'1-gntlolms. "Ilulnpy" px-uvnll lu bm- :L rliilh-ull man to hnmllv hy :my oppoaltiun, und was instrunls-ntnl in nmk- Inp: thr- 'l'hIv l'm'uxv:1ll l'um'LIOn wllh lhv snmotlmm-:4:4 mul strc-m.':Ll1 In whivh il clhl lhl'0ll1.'fh0ll1. thu- svn:-um. In tha- Wi:-1-muslim mul G4-urp.:Iu. Tm-vh gzum-H this smlwum Crimson was vm-ry trnulvlvsmm- in np- prms-nls. "bumpy" uhm shmvm-ml up wx-ll :u.min:-:L S1-wnnm-, G4-nl'p.:i:1, 'l'c-11114-sm-1-, :md Ks-ntun-ky. llxL5:lcr'H plum- us un Alu- lrx-unu forwnrd will hu hurzl to x'vpl:u'v In thv nvxt 4-dltion ol' thu Ul'llllS0ll Tldu. , 'J Gwfsmwzcwfs ciwsmwswwa " 202 Alabamafs Fighting Reserves Rmding Irfl to righl: Fnnsco BLACK Fowmau JIiANE'I"I'l5 DOUGLAS LQWHRY I'IliNDliRSON JOHNNY Donns Rocuus Bram, MONEY Hoon IiI.MoR1s I-IUR1' PAwr1.ow Downy MAGAZINA GARRET1' 1928 Football Sclmeclule fllabama has The fighliugcsl Team Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama cfvrr had. 28, Univ. of Miss. . 4.8, Miss. A. N M. . 13, Univ. of Tenn. . I5 42, Sewanee . . . 1 o, VVisconsin . . . IS 14, Kentucky . . . 13, Ga. Tech . . . 33 19, 13, Univ. of Ga.. La. State Univ. . WILLIAM I-licks slot-iN R. c.:AMl'lil?l,I, -lonN fllENRY SUT1-lisa Caplain lflvrl ' PINE BLUlfF nicn senooi, Billy Hicks was the fast run- ning little quarterback who came to the University from over in Arkansas in I926. Billy, a eool headed field general and a ver- satile back, totaled mueh yard- age for the Tide by his ability to sweep thc ends and c r ash through the tackles. No battle was too gruelling for this mem- ber of Coach VVade's outfit. Ile is certain to make a splendid captain for the 1929 eleven. GEORGIA Mll,l'l'ARY ACADEMY 'lfhe advancement of "Monk" Campbell to a 'lfide berth added considerable power to the rear works. This driving sophomore ball carrier furnished trouble to all opposition. Ilis interpreta- tion of the f'spin" play was pre- eminent and proved invincible against most opponents. Georgia 'l'eeh, Sewanee, Kentucky, and Georgia yielded to the terrific drives of this stellar Crimsoner. in the L. S. U. clash, "Monk" gained more than half the yard- TUSCALOOSA lllflll SCHOOL "l"lash" Suther, the boy that won fame as a brilliant high school performer, turned out to be an important cog in the hackfield of Coach VVade's football machine. John Henry was handicapped with severe injuries at times, but his work against Wisconsin and Sewanee was outstanding. Suth- er is a sophomore back whose puntiug and elusive broken field running mark him as a great S::uthern ball toter. , a fe b' his hard smashes. fu l Holm Snmxlzex Center for four yards 204 JAMES SKIDMURIE Blzumxlum Plvruiczc Holm CHARIJQS B. C1.mx'1l2N'1' VVINClIliS'l'liR IIIGII SCIIOOI. FAlRl"lliI.D lllGlI SCHOOL ARKANSAS 'l'liClI. HIGII SCHOOL Skidmore played almost the en- tire slate as an Alabama fore- waller during I928. "Skid," having a neat pile of experience under his belt and the most edu- cated toe on the Crimson squad, made him a valuable tackle for the Wademen. "Skid" is another member of the graduating 'fide and his hard light of three years are characterized with untiring efforts. Skidmore's knowledge of line play was developed hy a diversification of positions. "Tolly" crashed into the football limelight as Hrst string sopho- more fullback in 1927 During: the past season he shone brighter than ever before llis work equalled that of any line plung- er below the Mason-Dixon line. No opposing' forewall withstood the hard tln'usts of this brilliant baek. lIe was selected by many leading sport scribes for the all- Sonthern team. t'Foots," equipped with 220 pounds of brawn and possessed with a football nature, had little trouble convincing the coaching staff of his ability as a forward. This big Arkansas gridster saw much service in the 1928 cam- paign. Clements is a sophomore and should become an even brighter luminary in the Tide line later on. "Fools" exhibited a line brand of ball in most of the Tide affrays. Ilngier halls fl buck 205 HUGH DENT S1'Am.lNo TROY IIICII SCll0OL Another Alabama forward that came in for much service during the 1928 football epoch was "Goober" Starling. l'Iugh's sec- ond year as a varsity letter man was a repetition of the very colorful career of his first two years. "Coober" captained the freshman team of 1926 and since that time he has been one of the most consistent workers of the Wade machine. Starling, equipped with driving power and speed, was an ideal whip- ping guard. WILLIAM BRowN lJO'l'llAN lllCll SCHOOL Another member of the Brown family joined the ranks of Ala- bama football letter men. Billy, the younger brother of Johnnie Mack and "Red" Brown, former Capstone stars, was called upon to hold down a backfield post in some of the season's tilts. This sorrel topped gridster ex- hibited a flashy and elusive type of ball toting while in action, Billy has the traditional Brown gallop on the gridiron and should come through as a first rater next fall. jess Enmanr BLY'l'llliVll.l.li IllCll SCHOOL The hole in the center of the Alabama forward wall, which was doubtful as to occupancy at the outset of the season, was plugged up in an eflieient man- ner by Bberdt. Jess ranked as a junior but made his debut as a first string varsity man during the 1928 campaign. The Ar- kansan developed a very neat pass from the pivot position and worked in the capacity of a sterling all-round center. r-"' ...Q- Monl' receives a "pass" 206 .fre W of- ,.,.. .. ,G , , , ...qu ...,,.-. 'V v ,, I , L - q-Q - 7' " 'l -0...-Q 'Y "1 ' ,4 ,,.. . -W , . EDGAR Donns C0l.l.INSVll.l.li HIGH SCHOOL Dobbs made his letter on the 1928 Crimson eleven as an end. The showing made hy this Wademan made him keen com- petition against other aspirants for the terminal posts. At the outset of the season Dobbs was held back considerably because of severe injuries received dur- ing practice. Despite his early setback, Dobbs was called upon to perform in various games of the schedule, and his inspired playing aided the Tide. JAMES A. MKBCDRIE ANNISTON HIGH SCHOOL Jimmie scintillated as a bright hope in the ranks of the Crim- son Tide. His capable and earliest work at a terminal post guaranteed his appearance in many of the '28 tilts. Moore ex- hibited a brilliant type of ball against the University of Mis- sissippi, Sewanee and Georgia opponents. His ability to flip passes strengthened the overhead attack of the Crimsons. Moore has two remaining years to par- ticipate in football activities at the University. .2 Campbell runs interference for Holm zo7 FRANK lfl owaan BARTON ACADHM Y Frank was another member of the sturdy bunch of sophomore lincmen who advanced into the ranks of varsity letter men in 1928, The scrap for gum-tl posi- tions on the Tide aggregation found this husky lad lighting hard for a berth. ln some of the season's hardest contests Frank saw service and made a worthy showing. lloward has the prime requisite to make an A-I lineman. . ,......,.".., f. ,. ' - I S 4 FRIED S1No'roN I'IIII.I.II'S IIIGII SCIIOOI, The ascension from the ranks of a sophomore line prospect to a regular tackle berth on the varsity outfit by Fred Sington was the material strengthening of the Alabama forewall. This sturdy youth stood like the rock of Gibralter under all sorts of pommelling. Fred played a con- sistent brand of ball and par- ticipated in almost every fray on the schedule. Sington often crashed through opposing lines and dragged bewildered hacks to the ground without gain. 1 DANIIZI. BoYK1N WALKER COUNTY IIIGII SCHOOL Another stellar sophomore end who came through the past pig- skin campaign was Boykin. This Crimson gridster showed to ad- vantage against tough comhina- tions from Mississippi A. and M, Kentucky and Sewanee. In the Tech clash at Atlanta, Boy- kin was put on the injured list for the remainder of the sched- ule. I'Iis work prior to the Tech meeting was of superb quality. Boykin is exceptionally proficient on the defense. CLARKE Pmacn GULF COAST MILITARY ACADEMY The huge "Babe" completed his football career as an Alabama center with the 19:8 season. The Winfield lad established ll com- mendable record during the pe- riod of his football activities at the Capstone. The '28 season dealt f'Babe" several setbacks in the form of physical injuries, but he managed to be in shape for some important scraps. The famous blocked kick at Pasadena in '26 was engineered by the big boy. 1411101111111 14: Kfrztucky 0 :aa . , U., .. . , w-,,.-,- MCJL'1'0N SMITH PIIILLXPS IIIGII SCHOOL "Moley" was changed from his former position as a guard to tackle in the '28 Crimson line. He was a tight fit for any gap in the line which assured his ability to work in the capacity of a tackle. His consistent work as a forward was a valuable asset to the 1928 'Bama Ill'-if-'CYCEH' tion. He will act as alternate- eaptain ofthe 1929 outfit. -IOHN Mll,I,EI! CENTER IIIGII SCHOOL' john took a leave of absence f1'om collegiate football duties ill 1927, after having gained much prestige as a guard in the 1926 frosh campaign. Miller came back stronger in the past season, developing into a crack guard for the Capstoners. His work was recognized as meritorious in every respect. John participated in all the fall encounters and in each game he proved a powerful factor of the line strength. Smuum, Anci-inf NVmv1a1z COLLINSVILLIE llIGll SCHOOL Sam emerged at the end of the 1928 football season as a 'llama letter man with some good serv- ice to his credit. VVeaver held down a terminal post in the fashion of a veteran. He was skilled at breaking up opposing interference and smashing at- tempted end runs. VV c a v e r played his first year as a varsity 'l'ideman. l 1 i Q , l ' ' a , . Holm fails to gain 209 MELv1N VINES RALPH C. MCWRIGHT ALLIA NCE H IGH SCHOOL The return of Melvin Vines, after Il layoff of a year, into the ranks of a Crimson Tider proved to he of material benefit to the '28 ensemble. "Snake" repeated as a rear works regular in the Tide lineup. His blocking and defensive play was of A-I cali- ber. Vines worked hard and de- manded respect from all con- cerned. Melvin has the dis- tinction of being the only mar- ried man of the 1928 Crimson aggregation. MOUNT HOPE HIGH SCIIOOL "Mac" fought out of the reserve forces to obtain a regular berth on the 1928 Tide edition. Mc- Wright saw service at the out- set of the season in a tackle posi- tion but ended up as a first string hack. "Mac" was a blocker of par excellence and his all-around fashion of play was of high cali- ber. Against Georgia, Sewanee, and L. S. U., this brilliant Tides- man was a stellar performer. One of Billie? thirty-yard gains 210 BASEBALL COACH "HANK" CRISP Coach "Hank" Crisp, with a handful of raw material and Il few lettermen, developed a team that ranked near the top in the Southern Conference. This 1928 baseball outfit played a very favorable type of ball under his guidance. The Crimson nine held Illinois, Big Ten champions, to tie games in two encounters. Alabama's successful season was due chiefly to Coach Crisp. FRANK FIELIJING ELLIS Lofwndm' Iligh School Ellis played his second year on the pitching staff. l-Ic took his old station as a leading Alabama hurler. This husky lad worked hard in every game in which he partic- ipated. Frank's style was that of a head using tosser, as- sisted with a strong arm and mixture of slants. Ellis has one more year to appear in the Capstooer's line-up. I RoIIERT L. HAMNER Fayrllzr High School "Dick" developed into a letterman on the 1928 Crim- son baseball team. He held down tl1e backstop position in an eliicient manner. Hard work and consistent play were the characteristics that brought this curve snatcher to the front. His throwing arm proved deadly to all foes. Hamner batted in clean-up position throughout the entire season. 1 WooLsEv FINNEL, JR. Tusmlnosa Iligh Srhool Woolsey again held down the centerfield berth of the 1928 Crimson aggregation. This was liinnel's second year on the varsity team. "VVool's" fly-chasing ability was of outstanding merit. I-Ie was the Tidemen's lead off man and batted in this position with veteran soreness. VVoolsey always played a stellar brand of baseball. WILLIAM WI-IOIQTEN Columbiana Comzly High School "Bill" rounded into shape on the 1928 'Bama baseball outfit to strengthen the pitching department. VVhorten managed to bring home the bacon in a good number of starts during the season. He hurled a consistent game of ball and was valuable as a relief worker. "Bill" tossed a wicked ball from his right side. He also batted right- handed. 2 en II I .W .J w'i'il,:w'e's-.I , ,fa ,gf ' p Q. 1 a 1 X .,', A WBA wr. 1 'I 'f , mf.-If . , ,fr lr ik - I I Z' fp- 4 I U N 4 ,A I Xwfxx i. 5 A ' ,. .. ' 47' 4- ' K ' A. 4 av, ' , ' ' Ms A fff' , 'A J 552 S 5' FTF. ' f - V. " V ' 1 .,,KrN 1.J,2f.,5f?F5i!f M ,V . V 1. 0 7' r- 1 f A- S. " f Y., -,X ..n'-A.:.f,:a .4 Aw.-1. - igfi , .V-"' f. -.M -xr " 97 3510 'YQ' ' - he 1.2 ' A "fag , ' 've-"' t f ' 4 T11 4- 1 ,I i ' x ' i -J-H-lbs-.. . A I ' I 5. f , I , - . 1 all .- 3-. " .. . .M -, I we J rf' " -.ad wtf.. . 1 ef av" V V 7X X! .X I 1 5' ffl K ,f i - S V A if N-1 4 . , Q1-ff ..-s.- - 5 ' . v. g P' H., jwfg. ,..- V K 'Qui - - ' v f u ,5',Jfw-fpFr,r.'g -,4.--.ka , or.. 2 . .ff"e1w4s?'f'?ffrf2.T . feffl 55 ' I WALTER FRANK HILCI-IER Foley High School "Hilch,' a veteran tosser of the 'Bama baseball crew, established the best pitching record of the '28 season. VValter hurled a consistent brand of ball. He won four out of six starts. Among his victims were outfits of cham- pionship contention, as Tulane and Georgia Tech. "Hilch" was always in readiness to go the nine-inning route. He worked right-handed. JOHN HOMER TANKr3Rs1,m' Longdalc Iligh School "Tank" was the nimble individual who pulled the ball out of the dust in the short field. This speedy short-stop played heads up ball in every encounter of the season. Tankersley went through the schedule with fewer muffs than any of the other infielders. His peg to first base was accurate and fast. He batted right-handed. Jo1A1N EARNEST VVILSI-IRR Dctroit Norlhfwcrtcrn High School Jack, a newcomer im the ranks of Alabama ballmen, stepped into a regular position in left field and remained there through the entire schedule. Wilsher graced the turf of the outer garden in a fashion worthy of a veteran. He was a fair hitter and an excellent base-runner. Jack was on his toes during all tilts. HUG1-I DENT STARLING Troy Iligh School "Coober" made use of his fast travelling ball, for the first time as an .Alabama tosser, during the 1928 season. Hugh pitched good ball against heavy opposition, and de- serves more credit than his record shows. Starling has two more years to don the Crimson uniform. This ace will be a mainstay in the next edition of baseballers at the university. Joserl-1 JAMES GRE Carrollton Iligh School Joe played his first year as a Crimson ballman and developed into a capable guardian of the hot corner. At third sack Gee was a fielder de-luxe. He started the sea- son with a mad rush for batting honors and went through the year with a good number of safeties to his credit. Joe bats and throws from the correct side. 212 JAMES P1-HLLIP Teiuuiza "Terry" earned his berth on the Alabama ball club by his unique ability at fly-catching. Terrier gallnped far and wide after balls clouted into the right garden. This big Crimson baseballer demanded plenty respect on the field, and was a hard hitting batsman. "Terry" batted and threw from his port side. JOHN lWILI.ARlJ CAMPBELL Dayloua lx'v1u'h Iligh School Millard put in his second season as a Tide hurler. His curve ball was effective in subduing strong Confer- ence and inter-sectional opponents. He had an outstand- ing record for games won during the season. Campbell was the leading contender for a professional bow from the ranks of the Alabamians. Millard was handy with the stick when a blow was needed. PIARRY HENSl.Ei' MOOlil3 Mohilf' Iligh School Harry played his third and last year as a Crimson baseballer on the 1928 outfit. "Chesty" cavorted all around the middle section of the diamond, holding down the job of second baseman. Moore was truly the figure head of Alabama's ball club Harry hit the 'ole' apple in a slashing manner and gave the agate neat rides on nu- merous occasions. JACK WILLS KIRTLAND Sidney Lanier Iligh School "Doclo" returned to the Capstone to round out his baseball education under a serious handicap. This bril- liant little outfielder was held back most of the season he- cause of eye trouble. His value to the team was keenly felt during his inactivity. "Dodo" was a splendid fly Chaser and lead off man in the Alabama line-up. HERMAN EDWARD SANFORD Phillips High School 'lSandy" was the keeper of the initial sack for the Crim- son diamonders. Herman developed into a snappy fielder and was a dangerous batsman to face opposing hurlers. Sanford led the team in individual batting honors. I-Iis entire game was consistent and dependable. "Sandy's" continual jabher from first base pepped up the game of his fellow players. ' DUNCAN NICARTHUR Much of Alabama's 1928 bawehall success is attributed to the untiring efforts of 'lPat" McArthur, senior manager. "Pat" took up the managerial duties with conscientious attention. He worked hard and attended to every detail including ball-chasing and keeping the diamond suitable for play. The efficient manner in which he handled these various duties was a considerable aid. 2I3 . . .' 5 TF. .. W .. -..M . Ni ,VA. U. H! .. , H, ijfklb, Xl- . , y ' K r YA- ' .-f' , 5 KL-M ei V 47 Flag, . - A I A ug 1 ' I, -.if ' y, , V Q.: 5 . ,t CW ' if iff- A, W T 'y T C ,, ' I ' 'ff 5 f--1 ' ' X . if V A p p ,f g slqfkf-QYQ 4 I ti Fifi i '1"1 iii5i" ' ,J N ,il V ' . If-'J . 7 xx 5 1 A Aie A , f i Y V F' V, ,fi ., F -.i f' Ni A 'n f s ' ii , Eff ' 'M L V' ' U-A ,A WVJ, A If I X 5 'f' V 2 u . r' 1 V - I . J .1-A ., K V, 1 Mt 1 is xr' q ' I ' C . ' A il ' n'..'A 'A , 1:5 ,- Qi irigga g. , J 0. if C' V.: - Tu 1, .fi-1, A , ' . latcsgml' - ' 1. .. sf. f ff+'-P'f- . f A ' " p ,f THE COROLLA, 1929 Q . . . G3 Standing: TANKERSLEY, Mookrs, R.g WnoR'roN, I-In.cn1aR, MCARTHUR, Gran, CAMPUEL1., MOORE, I'I,g Kinrmxn Sralwd: FINNELL, Tmuuek, ELL1s, IIAMNHR, SANFORD, VVILSIIER, S'rA1u.lNG, Iloumk Varsity Baseball Tl1e Alabama baseball contingent of 1928 wound up the season's schedule with a fine average of .715, having won I3 of the 18 conference games in which they participated. Although the Crimson nine lacked the championship calibre that so well marked Alabama teams before the mediocre season of 1927, the Tide baseballers came through with a neat record and a good year was enjoyed. A three-game series in the middle of tl1e season with the Georgia Tech crew resulted with two-game advantage for the Tide outfit. The Alabamians blanked the Tulane Greenies in a double bill contest and were victorious over strong aggregations from Florida, University of Mis- sissippi, L. S. U. and won a quartet of encounters with Mississippi A. and M. At the outset ofthe campaign the Capstone combine faced the Birmingham Barons in a duet of encounters, as l1as been the custom for tl1e past years, and were sl1aken for two reversals by the professional crew. The next encounter was a two-tilt series with the University of Illinois, 1927 champions of the Big Ten Conference, whicl1 ended in a pair of tie games. The combination, of infielders that appeared in Coacl1 Crisp's line-up displayed a neat brand of ball throughout tl1e entire baseball season. The pitching staff was composed of some veterans and ex-frosh hurlers who pitched air-tight ball in many of the season's clashes. The work of Hileher and Campbell on the slate brought about a good number of the Tide wins. The Ala- bama nine was composed chiefly of Sophomores and Juniors who will see- further service as Tide performers. " osaaoseassws mwaesaassea " G' THE COROLLA, 1929 F9 i . iwciewsssmssmesmcsw QWWDQWWDWWGNWJGWAGYGB Slnmz'ing: Coacn HAGAN, DOWNING, NASH, CAN'rwlsLl., Locus, Baum, BOYKIN, I-Iowzuup, SWG- 'roN, ASSlS'l'AN'I' Colton JOHNSON Sealed: Iimvtonn, Momus, CAMPBELL, FLILMING, Co'1'1.1N, MAI.0Nli, VVAMIISCANSO, LANHY F1'6S1'1I'I'laI'l B3SCb81l A fairly good season was dealt the Baby Tide baseball combine during the i928 campaign under the tutelage of Coaches Hagen and Johnston when the Crimson Yearlings annexed a record of seven wins, one loss and one tie game. They swept a four-game series with the Mississippi A. and M. first year men and a duet of tilts with Jackson High School, won one game and Inq one to the Birmingham Southern Yearlings and tied one with the Howard Rats. h In the ranks of the Tide freshies some high-class ballmen were enrolled. Bouza and Howard proved to be the hitting stars of the crew, the former leading the entire team in homer runs garnered by a huge margin and both maintained a consistent hitting average during the seasoni Howard's great work, both at bat and behind thc plate, merits credit for its consistency. i i Freddie Sington was the outstanding lnminary among the twirlers. He struck out a large number of men and has a no-hit, no-run contest to his credit against the A. and M. Yearlings The work of Wellman, Malcolm Laney and Downing in the infield was of material aid to Baby Tiders. In the outer gardens the play of Rowel and Bouza and Cotlin was of a com- mendable fashion. The 1928 junior diamond Tide uncovered some A-1 performers who appear to be of the necessary calibre to see duty as varsity men in the following campaign. The freshmen main- tained a batting average of approximately .250 during the season with a high total number of scores and a fairly good fielding percentage. 21 s " Qaasesmmm cmwemwsmm " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qu ' 1 l rel wciswesazesmaswocsws asaaasaaaswsasaoasabmi 216 JAMES M. Hoon "Lindy," a graduate from the 1928 yearling quintet, had a great season as first string center in the past campaign. This lanky individual jumped the tip-off with all comets and usually had his way about getting the ball in the proper hands. Hood rambled over the court in a fight- ing style that was respected by opposition at all times. WALTON LANEY The appearance of Walton in the line-up of the Alabama cage five was a name which was well established in basketball circles throughout the state. This stellar cager displayed a flashy and free running style of play that brought about much comment. Walton was equipped with a remarkable acumen of the game and an extremely keen eye for the basket. LEO O,NEIL "Toad" was another veteran cageman who vied for honors in the ranks of the Alabama quintet during the past season. This diminu- tive forward displayed fine form throughout the schedule and his presence on the team proved invaluable. Leo put up a consistently neat brand of fioor play and was aggressive and tricky dur- ing his cavorts on the hardwood. jnvnvrv Moons Jimmy participated in varsity basketball ac- tivities for the first time during the 1929 cam- paign. His play as a center on the 'Bama out- fit was outstanding in all respects and he proved a valuable asset to the cagers. Jimmy is ex- pected to develop into a star loopman before he terminates his two remaining years in the Crim- son ranks. t" aswamazsewm cxsaacawzsasaa " 'asm THE COR LA 1929 Q 4 GNWDGWWDGWWGWWGWWD EARL SMITH After Earl had served his allotted time as a football luminary at the University he sought to try his skill in the capacity of a loopman. This prominent Capstone athlete turned in an A-I rating during his hardwood activities. Earl held down a guard's position and his acute 'athletic training made him a versatile man on the court. Joi-IN MILLARIJ CAMPBELL Millard put up the same brilliant work as a member of the 1929 quintet as he has in the past two years as a Crimson forward. He handled himself with the sureness of a veteran and was the most deadly shot of the entire crew. Campbell closed his athletic career with the ter- mination of the 1929 season. His stay at the Capstone has earned him many athletic con- quests. - CHARLES G. DOWNING This flashy ex-frosh, who hails from up in Pennsylvania, proved a stellar guard for the Capstone cage crew. Downing came in for much service during his initial year on the squad and was a long shot expert with a knack for breaking under the basket that proved effective in all encounters. This sterling young cageman has two more years to perform in an Alabama uniform. LEwIs SMITH, Manager Lewis found time outside of his other ofiicial duties to undertake all responsibilities devolved in his managerial tasks. He stayed on the job and made every possible effort towards taking care of all the detail work of the cage crew. Never a harder working manager than Lewis could have been found and his ability was un- questioned. 21 " czsazcaaaswrs cwaoaaaoawa l' TRACK CAPTAIN JAMES SKIDMORE "Skid" took over the duties as captain of the 1929 track and field aggregation and resumed his excellent performance as a javelin and discus hurler. His form was good and in all meets he stood out as one of the main cogs in the track crew. Skidmore rounded out an athletic career at the university that has been suc- cessful and meritorious. BILLY PARTLOW Billy was the ever-hustling, hard working Tide sprinter who treked the oval road with an untiring stride to obtain a neat form and superlative speed in his quarter-mile jaunts. His ever-ready smile and nonchalant personality made him one of the most lika- ble members of the barrier crew ami his efforts were of the highest quality. PAUL BAGGETT The short distance runs were effectively handled by this sterling Tider who came through for some good wins in the 220 and 440 events. Paul worked his first year in a varsity role during the paSt season and came in for a good bit of service throughout the campaign. This boy will bear watching as a trackster in the next season. EARL SMITH Earl shared additional athletic honors as a Crimson performer when be again successfully defended his claim to the school record for broad jumping during the past track campaign. Besides this distinction he was one of the best high jump and hurdle artists on the team. Earl's achievements are manifold as a track- man during the '29 season. JAMES Hoon The presence of "Lindy" on the Alabama track squad was a material aid to the spikemen due to his untiring efforts and consistent work. Hood skipped the hurdles in a fashion that was assisted by his lanky and powerful physique which added speed to his jaunts. This stellar Crimson was likewise efficient in tossing the various weights, thereby strengthening the field activities. MCLEAN PITTS This fieet-footed long distance man was a graduate from the 1928 frosh squad and proved a valuable asset to the past season's edition of track performers at the university. His treks over the cinder path for quarter and half-mile jaunts were done in a style that made him a hot opponent in all meets in which he engaged. JESS EBERDT Jess is another who was not satisfied with his achievements on. the gridiron alone, but obtained other laurels as a member of the track team, being a specialist in weight hurling. The technique displayed by this Crimson in throwing all weights was superb and his showing in all contests made him a high-scoring per- former. MACK REEVES The harrier squad of the university had once more the services of this stellar athlete who did several feats well and was always dependable to add a few counters in the Alabama column. Mack was a proficient starter in low hurdles, pole vaults or high jump events. His record has been hard to touch by any contender. CLYDE DAVIDSON Clyde was one of the Tide tracksters who put out some real work to fit himself for the long distance travel which he so ardently ran. He finished his last year as a Crimson performer with a splendid record and was a valuable man to the team. He specialized in the half-mile and two-mile run and was a leader in these departments. JAKE H ENDERSON Jakie stepped off for the short distance runs with a Hashy start that usually gave him an advantage over his competitors in the dash field. This fieet Tideman added strength to the harrier squad in the events in which he was active and was a valuable man to the spike aggregation. jake will be in action in the next edition of 'Bama tracksters and the high calibre of his work will come in handy. JOE CAUSEY In the dash department of the track outfit this ex- frosh made a splendid showing and came in for the capture of many top places. joe was one of the most versatile runners ever to grace the cinder trail of the university. He also participated in pole vaulting and was a top-notch man in all events. FRANK ADAMS, Illzmager The managerial duties were well taken care of by this capable and hard working fellow in a manner that was greatly responsible for the nice showing of the Crimson track ensemble. Frank went about his tasks in a cheerful frame of mind and was always ready to take care of all details which were beneficial to the track team. THE COROLLA, 1929 Q , . . G2 .,f.,,,,..,, PERRY, HAMn.'roN, ROUNDTREE, FoR1soN, PRITCI-IEW, BARFIELD, SHIPP Golf Team In the pZlSt years the University of Alabama Golf Team has reigned supreme in golf circles of the southland, excluding the IQ27-28 season when the Tide linksmen suffered the loss of some good men. However, the boys managed to uncork some win- ning tricks during the last campaign and retain their lost laurels. At the opening of the 1928-29 season the Crimson golfers started off by besting the University of Georgia, the S. I. C. champs, and putting up a close match with Bir- mingham Professionals at Birmingham. The personnel of the golf squad is composed of some of the neatest link performers of the state. Captain Sam Perry is the holder of many honors for play in tournaments and invitations in which he was victorious. Harry Pritchett, the Tuscaloosa champ, was another formidable Tide link artist who has won fame by snaring the Alabama State Championship. Jack Shipp, the third member of the crew, was the little golf wizard from Anniston who won national recog- nition for his win over Watts Gunn in the S. I. C. tournament last year. James Barfield a sophomore addition to the outfit, came through as the other regular member of the quartet and his ability of linkmanship was of high esteem. The remainder of the link contingent was composed of some good sophomore and freshman performers. Hamilton, Rountree, Blackmon and Fordson were all contend- ers for a regular berth and are linksmen of high standing. " ewammesao ewamaaewa " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qw ' 1 ' rfb K Jam.: Til: lf! Rnvvmua, Szizcis, MILLIQR, Mrzuznas, Lrr'n,rz, Fiualc, MURRAY, OSHMAN V Tennis Team . The Alabama tennis outfit of 1929 enjoyed a successful season on the hard court and displayed a brand of tennis that was a favorable improvement over the style played at the Capstone in the past. A hard series of conference engagements was arranged by Coach Rippere and 'Play- ing Manager Free and the netmen emerged from the season with a nice bunch of vic- tories and a good showing in the S. I. C. tournament held at New Orleans in May. The net aggregation is composed of men who are proficient in wielding the racquets and the success of the schedule was largely brought about by hard work and many strenuous practice sessions. The first string pick was made up of Captain James Free, Robert Little, Robert Oshman and Bene lVIurray. All of these men are veterans with the exception of Oshman who is the ex-frosh champ. The remainder of the squad was made up of some- very dependable material. Alden Simpson, Gordon Mille1', lwichael Szecsi and Pete Meiizies were other members of the tennis performers who came in for some good work. During the past campaign the tennis crew obtained wins over some strong aggre- gations in clashes with Tulane, Georgia Tech, Mississippi A. and M. L. S. U. and Vanderbilt. For single engagements the work of Captain Free and Robert Oshman was the most outstanding of the entire squad. Both of these netmen ranked as individual con- tenders with the best players of the South. " ewaewrsssars eswaeweewa " THE COROLLA, 1929 QQGDII 'ICMEI' SNAPS OF FOOTBALL 222 " Gwmcawmcmwa czmzsczwmcmwfzv Q' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-1 ' 1 ' rig: SPONSORS 223 " CZWWDGNWDWWD GWWQWWGWWD " Vl.V N45 , M is in , Q . Q .". 5 ' V ' K -s "' " 5 .. Im '22-2-1'-1-:-+ ,. 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Steam's aid in the prog- Q ress of mankind is as mcommensurable as its fascination The scope of the utility of steam was first made ap parent to the laity by its application to Fultons Cler mont With steam thus successfully applied to water transportation a desire to utilize it in facilitating overland traverse was felt by pioneers in the engineering field This hope was fulfilled when the Rocket belchmg and snort ing traversed its crude tracks at a speed that was looked on as phenomenal by our progenltors From crude boats plying rivers that were lined with vil lage belles who hectically brandished their perfumed hand kerchiefs at their passing there has grown the tremendous ocean traffic of today with its Levlathans plying the inter national seafares In our industries sweating knaves and tolling masses have been displaced by mammoth engines and whirrmg wheels that grind raw materials into the luxuries of life Qi ,i . . in ' B . . . . , ,, F '99 ' ' ' . . . . . . Q i 46 ,YQ ' u . . Q I l ' . . . . . . I I . . . ' . ' . . - 1 I .' . . . . . ' 1 I u . O O l I 5 f ' 8 , . . . . . 0 ' I r i 1 I 1 I It QI I I I IIIII I I I II I I I II 1 s ,qi 1 V 4 if , A A 4' A A A A' A Y A -A A A rt .PVC-b . . PQ. 1.1, D. ' 1. :L s, . -.' :I ne.. . Z.. TT?-...F -::. lk. .h-. I 'I . .h U.: .. . .:: I. Z . -V .ai .:r 'E I uf 1 -iq: x .V ,. .Tis . .all 7. .I X.: 'ff' ", M ... - I .3 - , .N - .. . - , '.,. , ,., '- . . .-. n '. - . .1 'g' I 1. I. -Q-I .,L-TJ. -. '.'. 4 '.':' .Z ' '. .A i 1 is . -.UE ' M' . 3- ...El , H Y xfh fx f 1....3138.M 9s...i -:S-'.' 5-"5" -"c'31'-.... .255 THE COROLLA, 1929 Menqs Pan-Hellenic Council of 1929 PAUL WOODALL . . . . .Delta Tau Delta . . WILLIAM HAMILTON . . .SigmaNu. .. THOMAS SEAY LAWSON . . . . Sigma AIPIHI EDSUOH - BONNEAU MURRAY . WILLIAM MAYNOR . CHARLIE HOWARD . . MAX SoKEL . . . KENNETII BELL . . HFOXSYH WILCOX . . HARRY PRITCl'IE'l"l' . JAMES FREE . . . GEORGE LOGAN . . WIMEERLY MIREE . PRICE MCLEMORE . FRED SINGTON . . BOSWELI. JOHNSON . GLEN NICHOLS . . BEN TREADWELL . . HERBERT OSEORNE . GoRnoN LINDSAY . . "SUNNY" ABRAMS . WALTER FLOWERS . 229 . . . . . Prinfidml - - . Vice-Prcsidmzt . Sfrretary-Trcasurcr . Phi Di-Ita Theta . . . . Chi Phi . . Kappa Alpha . . . . Kappa Nu . . . Kappa Sigma - Lambda Chi Alpha . . Phi Gamma Della . Phi Kappa Sigma . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . . Pi Kappa Phi . . . Sigma Chi . . Zela Bala Tau . Alpha Tau Omfga . . . . Thnla Chi . Phi Sigma Kappa . . . . Dalia Chi . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Sigma Alpha Mu Della Kappa Epsilon " czaazsawriawzi ciwawwracwri ' THE COROLLA,1929 Q-ffm' IIGYG5 Delta Kappa Epsilon Founded :It Yule University in 1844 Forty-five Active Chapters Colors: Crimson, Azure :Ind Old Gold Flownx' Pansy Nalinnal l,1l1llit'Ilfi0ll.' f'Deltn Kappa Epsilon Quarterly" Chajrlcr PIl1lHfllli0Il.' "Signs Of Psi" FOUNDERS W. W. A'l'WA'l'liR G. F. CIIESTRR T. D. SIIIERVVOOD W. W. HORTON C. N. RIGIITER O. W. STOWE B. SIIAPLIEIGII G. BAR'I'I.li'I"l' T. I, FRANKLIN I-I. CIIASE PSI CHAPTER Eslablishrd in 1847 FRATRES IN URBE A. E. S'l'li'l'SON F. B. BELLXNGER W. B. JACOBS J. B. CONTGIIAM R. C. CORNELL E. E. VBRNER S. I-I. SI'RO'I"I' J. J, HILL G, O. FOSTER J. M. DONOIIO J. A. VIERNHR F. D. PARIIAM TOM f3ARNIiR BRYANT GUI.I.liH' F. HUDSON STROIIE ROET. VAN DIE CRAFT G. D. JOHNSTON E. C. GUI.I,m' JAMES H. FITTS, JR. W. S. WYMAN Nlflam' PRIOR F. G. NBILSON R. B. I'IARWO0D F RATRIES IN FACULTATE TOM CJARNER HUDSON STROOE FRANK P. ANnER:Of: EUGENE K. fTARBliIl ROBERT I-I. PEARSON JOSEPH D. BIiNNE'l"I' CIIARLES E. MALEY, JR. CLIFFORD I-I. VFYIOMAS VVALTER T. BROWNIELI. BARTON L. IIARRIS ALFRED M. SIIOOK III JESSE F. YEATES, JR. JAMES F. ALSTON, JR. MORTON I.. CONNORS S. BROOKS -JOHNSTON GEORGE AGEE FRATRIES IN UNIVEIRSITATE Class of 1929 MATIIITW II. DAVIDSON GEORGE B. JOHNSTON Class of 1930 DONALD S. GARDNER L. MCGEIIEE PORTER Class of 1931 LUTIIER DAVIS, JR. ROSS C. SMITII II ALEX JOIINSON Class of 1932 W. C. COLDWliI.L, JR. TI-IOMAS L. COOK VVINSTON B, McCAI.I. Law Class of 1929 W. TUNSTALL SEARCY Law Class of IQ30 WILLIAM D. PARTLOW JOHN FOSTER 230 VVALTIER W. FLOWERS JOSEIIII R. Mosnv, JR. EOMOND R. STUEES SOLON K. GRAYSON ANGUS M. TAY'I.0R, JR. MASON F. GOOOLOE JOIIN L. EATON, JR. IERSKINE C. RAMSAY GEORGE W. YANCEY, JR ROIIERT T. PIAAS J. NORWOOO COKIER ALSTON F l'l"l'S II 'FIIOMAS M. OZMENT GEORGE WM. TAYLOR " GNWGNWDGWWD WWDGFSWDGNW " THE COROLLA, 1929 DELTA KAPPA EPSILON GIll'1il'l', Pt'lLI'S0ll, l7!LVIl1-illll, Johnston, Flmvm-xs Moshy, Htulshs, Mulvy, 'l'lmmn:4, G:u'mIm-r ' I'm-tl-r, Grayson, Tnylor, Gumlloo, Brown,-11 llnrrls, Shook, Ymmios, Unvls, Plug Smith, Jdnton, lhunsny, Ynnm-y, lfnng Al:-nun, 1'unnm'S, .Inhm-rton, Unlrlwnll, Umm ML:CuI1, Coker, Fltts, Searcy, Partlow FOSU-I' 231 " mwzwwsmws cmwawzsawrf " THE COROLLA, 1929 ff? , ' I J GW Phi Delta Theta Founded :It Miami University in 184.8 Colors: Argent and Azure Flo-wrr: White Carnation Nalional PIlI1liCllli07l.' "Scroll of Phi Delta Theta" "The Pllllilllillfflll Clmplrr Publication: l'AlabzImzI Phi" FOUNDERS ROEERT T. DRAKE ROEERT MORRISON ARIIIVAN W. ROOOERS JOIIN WOLFE LINOLEI' ANDREW WA'I'I's ROGERS JOIIN VVILSON ALPHA CHAPTER Exiablishnd in 1877 FRATRES IN UREE . H. AUSTIN D, D, MCGIl7Ifl5R'l' B. S. SIEARCY . C. CAOE, JR. F. M. MOOOY B. S. SEARCY, JR. . L. CLARRSON MAXWEIIII MOOIIY J. A, SIEARCY B. HARYVOOIJ W. B. OLIVER G. I-I. SEARCY J. D. MCQUEEN FRATRES IN FACULTATE W. B. SAFFOLD W. S. Fl'l'ZGERAl,D FRATRES IN UNIV'ERSITATE Class of 1929 J. Y. BRAME, JR. J. J. CLARKSON J. V, KIDD C. P. ANITERSON, JR. JAMES RIEHDER W. J. COMER I-IENRY SNOW CHARLES PI'I'I'S Class of IQ30 C. D. MCMILLAN WILLIAM MCQUEEN L. B. PEI Class of 1931 COLEMAN PIOOPHR SAM WEAVER J. D. FLOWERS HOUGHTON VAUGIIN CHARLES STUART JOHN VINCENTELLI ARTHUR WILRERSON EIIWARII COMER TOM FERGUSON T. E. JENKINS Class of 1932 CHARLES JOI-INSTONE DAVID NORWOOII LUTHER INGALLS ALLEN BRICKEN ALAN CIIAMEERLIN P. J. ANDERSON Law Class of 1929 J. D. MCQUEEN, JR. First Year Illedicine FLOY S. ROGERS W. P. STEWART 232 . B. SICARCY . H. SNOW . V. VAN IIE GRAFF H. VAN IIE GRAFF V. B. MURRAY, JR. H. M. PRIVETI' H. M. DOEES, JR. 'E RSON FENTRESS RAY DAVIS CIIIPPS COL. HILORETII JACK LYLE " wwsemsewm ewacwzsaws " THE COROLLA, 1929 'Revo' , l PHI DELTA TI-IETA Hrxuno, Clarkson, Kidd, Murray, Snow Prlvvlt, Dobbs, Pills. Comer, M1-lvllllnn McQueen, I-Ioopnr, WVCUVCI, Vlnrxontolll, Cnmur Iiuy. Chlpps, Flowers, Vaughn, Stllnrt Johnstone, Ingalls, Norwood, Brlckon, 1-Ulm-Oth Lyle, Chamberlin, Anderson, McQueen, Rogers " Gwsmwoowzf czwmmwasmzs " FOUNDERS THE COROLLA, 1929 Germ H6349 Phi Gamma Delta Founded :It VV:IslIiIIgtOn Illlll JCi:FCl'SOIl, 1848 Sixty-nine Active Chapters Colors: Royal Purple and White Flafwrrr: Purple Clematis Nalimzal 1'Izbli1'alion.' "The Phi Gnmmn Delta" Chajzlvr PI1blicali0n.' "'l'l1eta Fiji News" DANIEL W. CROEIS NAAMAN FLIETCIIER LUCXEN V. ADAMS LINN PALMER JAMES H. IVEY J DR. JOAII L. FFIIOMAS GORDON D, PALMER JOHN M, GALLALEE EUGENE ALEXANDER r.l'AFT R. CORUM JOIIN D. KELLY CIIARLES A. WHEELER FREDERICK I.. HLACKMON PATRICK H. MILLER CHARLES E. FULI.ER, JR. JOIIN T. lVl?Y, JR. ROBERT' E. IQOCIIIZNDIERFER CHARLES K, BEAUCIIAMP DOUGLAS C. MCMULLEN JOIIN DONOVAN HORACE S. TURNER SAMUEL llI5A'l"l'Y VVILSON ELLIS B. fiRliGC 'lil-I ETA CHAPTER Esiablishcd in 1855 FRATRES IN URIIE CHARLES M. FITTS DR. JOSEPH E. SHIRLIEY CHARLES N. MAXWELL, JR. LUTHER N. MAXWELL F RATRES IN FACULTATE FREO R. INTAXWICLL, JR. FRATRES IN UNIVEIQSITATE Class of 1929 URBAN J. W. PlE'l'liRS, JR. Class of 1930 JAMES O. SEN'I'EI.I., JR. HARRY II. PRI'l'Cllli'l"l' Class of 1931 VVILLIAM B. MARRIO'I"I' 'FIIOMAS J. FLOYII VVILLIAM ll. ORRISON VVILLIAM B. KELLY Class of I932 JOSEPH M. MORRIS ' CHARLES A. CUNNINGIIAM ELLIO'I'I' W. TURNBUl.L JEROME T. MOORE Law Class of 1929 GEORGE E. SLEOGE 234 JAMES El.l.l0'l"l' JOIIN T. MCCARTY BERNARD T. CoI.LIER JOSEPH S. RICE DR. ALS'I'oN lVIAXWlEl.L HAYSE R. r11UCKER JOSEPH I-I. MCGUIRE IEOWIN J. LIvINcsI'oN JAMES W. MUs'I'IN, JR. OLIVER VV. VVELCII LOUIS I-I. PALMER WILLIAM M. WRENN VVILLIAM M. COCIIRANE DANILE F. MCDONOUOI-I WILLIAM E. Hoon RUSSELL THOMAS MON'I' WILI.IAMs JOHN C. BUSH F. W. NICOL PAUL DUNCAN JAMES A. PROWIELI. " GNWGWWDWWQ WDCFWGWWD " THE COROLLA,19Z9 Q, n . 1 PI-II GAMMA DELTA Alvx:m4!ur, P1-L1-1':-1, Mustln, fiurum. NVoluh K1-lly, Wlu-4-ln-r, Suntvll, Pritc-In-1.1, Jllnuknmn Mlllvr, :l"UHl'l', .lvm-y, Kmrlu-mlvrl'm-r, Mm-I-inn, Floyd, Orrlson, Kvlly. Cnulllum-, McDm1mu:ll Ilunfl, Tlmmus, Nvllllums, Bmmux-lunnp, M4-Mullon Donnvam. 'l'Lll'lll'l', Morrls, Cunnlnglmm, Turnbull Moore, Bush, Nicol, Sludge " Gwzcmmcmm cwfswmfmwz " fo THE COROLLA,19Z9 'fall IIGBAGZ CWWDGNWGWWDGWWDGFWJ 9 GWWJWWWWDWWWW Phi Kappa Sigma Founded at University of Pennsylvania in 1850 Thirty-Eve Active Chapters f'olor5: Gold and Black Flofwersf ChrySanthemumS FOUNIJERS ALFRED VICTOR DUPONT ANDREW A. RIPKA DUANE WILLIAMS JAMES BAYARD I-IOOOE JOHN T. STONE SAMUEL B. W. MITCHELL ALPHA KAPPA CI-IAPTER Eslablished in 1903 FRATRES IN URIIE K. M. MCDONALD B. M. HARRISON JAMES S. FREE PERCY C, FOUNTAIN II PIIHILIP DAVIS JAMES MILI.ER FORD J. T. BONNEY II WALLACE EDMUNDS J. W. HOWARD W7ILLIAM BOWERS ROBERT B. FIRICSTONE ROBERT FULTON JOIIN BLALOCK FRATRES IN FACULTATE K. M. MCDONALD FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Clam of 1929 ROBERT D. LITTLE LEIGII M. HARRISON Class of IQ30 BILLY I-IICKS FOSTER HAMILTON JOHN S. STONE, JR. Class of 1931 MALCOLM MCNEILL W. W. DOKE Class of 1932 SAMUEL JOHNSON RICHARD H. LI'l"1'I.E BURTON I.OVlE'l"l' PEGRAM WHITWORTH 236 PEVTON D. BIBB ROBERT M. HILL CHAS. R. VAN HORN WILLIAM TI-IOMSON WALTER PUCKETT, JR. I-IORACE VANDEVOORT, JR JOIIN K. LITTLE GEORGE D. NEWSTEDT VANCE PRATI-IER PAUL O. STONE WILLIS MCGOWIN " QMDEMOQMD GMOQWOEMO " THE COROLLA, 1929 5 a 7 PHI KAPPA SIGMA Fruo, 11'nuntnln, Llttlr-, 1IlLl'l'fR0ll, Ilill Davis, Ford, Jlnmllton, Storm, Van Horn lhmm-y, llmvnrd, MvNm-ill, Dokn, Pun-kntt Vu,m1ovuurt', .Iioxvs-VS, l4'll'1'HfDll0, Wultun, Smnc Jolmsfwn, Tmvx-Lt, Nvhitworth, Nvwstvdt, I1l'1'l.Ul0l' 237 " " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-I ' 1 ' CA Yikmswwzmwmwzmwz cmmscmwacmmmwecwwbw Colors: Scarlet and Blue ARTIIUR L. BRooRE, JR. GEORGE F. MA RSIIALI. JAKE M. HENDERSON GORDON MILLER JAMES OSCAR C. TURNER LESLIE DEE EUGENE MORISON Chi Phi Founded at Princeton in 1824. Thirty Active Chapters Publiculiofz: "Chi Phi Ch1kett TAU CHAPTER Established in 1919 FRATER IN FACULTATE IE. A. CoI.Ev PosT GRAIIUATE - CI,EMsoN DUCKWORTII FRATRIES IN UNIVERSITATE Clam' of 1929 JOIIN W. SIIEALY Law Clam' of 1929 JAMES A. YIARE, JR. Class of 1930 LEWIS RoInNsoN L1l'ZL' Class of IQ30 BOONE VVILLIAM ARBU'l' Class of 1931 WILLIAM W. MAYNQR liRAx'I'oN B. COMER Law Class of 1931 SEYMOUR I-IUR1' Class of 1932 CHARLES Es'rEs NoRwooo CARROLL GEORGE NEWEURN 238 BAGBY L. HALL I'IEREER'I' WINN IQENDRICK I'lARE ROEER'I' A. RUSSELL IINo'I' PAUL A. Ivv, JR. ELVIN PROPER JOIIN DAEES " GWWJGNWGWWD WDGNWCFW i' Q THE COROLLA, 1929 1 A..-ffali 4 Mhegl? CQWWDCWWWWWWZSSGNW Q GWWJQWWGRWGWWDWWD kiwwwv i , CHI PHI Brocko, Marshall. Hull, Winn, I-Taro Bounce, Arbuthnut. Comvr, Ivy, Hurt D E t Carroll, Nuwburu, D b 239 " mwaswmswzs amrsczwrscwp ' Class of IQZQ THE COROLLA,19Z9 Qewuf Icmfia GWWGNWJGWWJWWQWWD A GWWDGWWGWWDGWWCFWD Sigma. Chi Founded at Miami University, 1855 - Colors: Blue and Golcl Fl0q,ugr,- White R050 1'ublica!ious.' "The Magazine Of Sigma Chi," "Sigma Chi Bulletin" Clzajrln' PIl11HL'Ilfi0ll.' "Ye Alabama Sig" FOIJNDERS ' PIQIIOMAS COWAN BELI. VVILLIAM LEw1s LOCKWOOD JAMES PARKS CAI.DwEI.I. DANIEL VVILLIAM COOPER BENJAMIN PRA'I"I' RUNKLE ISSAC M. JORDAN FRANKLIN I-I. SCOIIEY IOTA IOTA CHAPTER Eslalllishrd in 1876 FRATRES IN URRE A. AI.s'roN FRANK B. PROI-s'I' WII.I.IAM RAIFORD C. C. LONG J. R, ALS'l'ON C. L. SMAI.I.WOOD CECIL MORGAN R. IC. BOONE HERnER'l' PROPs'I' GEORGE AI.s'I'ON, JR. f'OI.I.INs PROI's'1' EDGAR VVELCII A WII.I.IAM II. MORGAN FRATRES IN 1"ACUI.TA'l'E G. II. DENNY RALPII E. ADAMS JAMEs S. TIIOMAS FRATRES IN lJNIVl2RSI'1'A'1'E VV, ljUlll.llY OVEREY RUSSIEL I.. Fox BYRON S. CULPEPI-ER JEss S. ERERD1' GEORGE C. MERRIAM, JR. RAYMOND I-I. SMITII CHARLES R. DUGINS JACK DOUvII.I.E MARK MCl2l.Rl5A'I'lI GEORGE STANNUS JACK PA'l"I'l5RSON JOHN R. SPENCER l'IARWEI.I. li. COAI.E TED VV. SMI'I'II TOMAS A. LAWRENCE Class of 1930 CHARLES H. NEEIA' GEORGE LAWRENCE PRICE NICLEMORIE Class of 1931 FRENCIIY X7ARBR0UGll Jlass F. JONES. JR. VVILLIAM lRvIN VVII.I,IAM l'lARlll'IR ClIARl.liS PINKs'I'ON Class of 1932 ROLAND COLE lVllLT.ARD CAMPDELI. TRAVIS MEI.'I'ON VV. VV. NliBLE'l'l', JR. HERDERI' F. LARRICK RICIIARD SuMMERuAvs JOsEI-II L. GLASGOW HOWARD NELSON RICHARD MANN ROEERT I.. l'IUliS'l'IS lVlAl.COI,M PlCKl5'l"l' ROBERT WILSON GEORGE BROWN 'FIIOMAS REID JOE GUY J. B. VVlll'l'WOR'l'll PlI'C'.l'llllll1lI Lan' SI'71i0I'I,I17U Class, IQZQ GRAY ANDERSON G, H. DENNY, JR. 240 " CINWC1WWD'fFWDl .GNWDCFWDGWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 eg-1 ' 1 1 ' 'fivmmmawmmmcmm cmmmwmfmcwwzswwbm J n E SIGMA CHI Ovorlmy, Fox, Spcncvr, Cunlo, Smith Mc'L0n1m'v, Ln1'1'Im-lc, Suxnnmrlmys, Glusvnw, Cmxxllmlwull Molton, Nnbh-tt. Ebcrdt, Mvrrlzun, Nm-ly Duglns, Duuvillo, MrwEl1'0nth, Stnnnu:-x, Ynrlyrqmugh Jmn-s, Irvin, 'ILuoNtIS. Plckntlz, Pink:-:inn Patterson, Brown. CD10, Reid, Xvilson Guy, Anderson " cwmgwzfawrs cwfcscimwaciwm " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q2 l 'L l G9 QGRWQGWWEGWWDGWWJGWWD GWWDWWWGWWDQWWDWWDM Sigma Alpha Epsilon Founded at the University of Alabama in 1856 Ninety-nine Active Chapters Colors: Old Gold and Royal Purple Flofwrr: Violet Naiional Publicalion: "The Record" Chapin' Publimiion: "Mother Mu" FOUNDERS NOBLE L. DEVOTIE ADNER ERWIN PA'r'roN WADE I-I. FOSTER NATHAN E. COCRRELL JOIIN WERE KERR SAMUEL M. DENNIS JOHN B. RUDOLPH THOMAS C. COOK ALABAMA M U CHAPTER Founded in 1856 FRATRES IN UREE VVILLIAM M. ADAMS L. B. HERBLYN A. H. NICHOLS C. M. HANNA VV. W. BRANDON lll5RlllER'l' J. KIRKLAND E. DE GRAli'lTlENRIIiIl J. CRANE FRATRES IN FACULTATE R. IRVING Ll'I"l'I.E JOHN R, MCLURE C. I-I. BARNWELL, JR. T. D. RIVERS EDWARD T. DOUGLASS RAYMOND SMITH UIILAND 0. REDD, JR. FRANCIS P. GIVIIAN CI.IIfIfORD A. LANIER W. M. BLACKSHIEAR WILLIAM I-I. HOGAN, JR. JOHN JAY VVILLSON WM. GRAPPIZNBACIIER SYDNEY WILKINSON JARVIS Al.llRIDGE DUNCAN MCLEMORE ROBERT IS. ASI-ICRAFT LESLIE B. GRANT FRATRIES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1929 CALVIN O. LYLE FREDERICK VV. MURRAY ALVIN O. CASE WILLIAM A, ELLIS Class of I9-QU HUGH D. STARLING MIELVIN W. NELSON Class of IQ3I JOHN E. GRIGCS T. F. McDOWELL JAMES J. CAMIIIIELL JOHN B. JOYCE Class of 1932 FRANK GARRE'I"1' PALMER SI-IAFFER COLBERT CRU'I'cIIER WILMOR POYNOR Law Class of 1929 TI-IOMIXS S. LAWSON Law Class of 1930 GEORGE B. JONES 242 HENRY S. DANIEL NAT RIvEs NEWMAN WM. NELSON, JR. RODERI' C. DOUGLASS JAMES F. MCDOWliI.L BILL LEIf'I'WIcH GEORGE A. MOORIE, JR. GAIL GOODLOE SAMUEL FORTSON JOHN NANCE RUSSELL LYLE HUGH BARR MILLER ROBERT B. MILLER A. FLETCHER GORDON ' Gwscwfsrmwaf lawmmisawa ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-39' 1 ix SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Douglass, Rodd. Glvhan, I-Ioggm, Willson Gmppcnbncller, Aldridge, McLemore, Asllcrnft, Gmnt Nelson, Griggs, McDowell, Cmnpbvll, Jovco Slmffcr, Crutcher, Poynor, Dawson, Jonhg Ellis, Daniel, Nelson, McDowell, M001-0 Goodloc, Fortson, Lyle, Nance, Miller, 1-I Miller, R., Murray ' " Qwwamwsawa cwmswmcwml 4' THE COROLLA, 1929 fi . I , A Lfiiwazwwsawsawacwwa mwamwaswwaswwamdmm Delta Tau Delta Fmzmlenl at Betlmny College iII 1859 SlfVClll'j"f0lll' Active Clmptcrs lolors: Purple, Xxlllltlf :Iml Gold Flofwfv Plnsx Pll1llll'l1ll0II.' "The R5IlI1lJOW'll D li LTA ETA C lfl APTICR lfxlzzlzlislzfd in 1925 FO U N IIERS RICIIARII II. Al.lfRliD JOIIN C. JOIINSON EUGENE 'PARK AI.ExANIIIsR C. EARLE PA UL W0OIIAI.L A. P. IDRUMMONIJ JACK WILSIIER H. J. ANDERSON DAN GIBSON WALTER GOIIIIARE MAR'l'lN IIOLMAN S'I'EwAR'I' AIKEN GEORGE BRANNON PAUL YVILLIAMS J. R. BRANNON WALTER DOW'l'I'ERWICK l'-IKNI' ER IN FAC lf I.'I'A'I' IE VVIII'I'I.EI' P. MCCOY l"RA'l'lllES IN UNIvERsI'I'A1'E fjfllfj' of 1929 RUSSELL l5l.AN'I'0N FRANK IC. S. POU f:ffl.VS of IQVQU FRANK RUssI-:I.I. LOUIS lVlUlil.I.liR Class of 1931 JACK CONREY FII BOvI.E JAMES JOIINSON FNIIXS of IQ-Q2 IVAN JIcwEI.L JIM BURNS NORMAN FRANZ rlllill WATSON FRANK COOPER GLEN MARSHALL 244 TIIEO IIARMON VVIIITE GIESON BEN S'l'IilNllAUlER J. B. Fs'rAnRonK l. F. MCDONNELI BEN ROIIEN CoMs'I'ocK RUssEI. ERIC PIERCE VVII.I.ARII I'IA'l'ClI LAWRENCE DAVIS XVI-LLIAM DRUMMOND RICYIIE ICRAUSE " cawacwiwwb w wsmwacmwa " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q, n 1 DELTA TAU DELTA XVrmd!LIl, Pau. Ilnrmnn, Drunlnmnd, XVllsher Russell, Mueller, Glbson, Anderson, Gibson Goddard, Conroy, Boyle, Johnson, Enstnbroqk Aiken, Drzunmn, XVillln,ms, Dmvttel-wick, Jowvn Burns, Franz, WVuts0n, Cooper, Murslmll Pierce, Rmlun, Ll-latch, Davis, Drunnnund Krnmse, Brannon l" mwrsawbswmi cwzvawrsczmwa " THE COROLLA, 1929 ID, I 1 ' II rg! Kappa Alpha Founclecl :It Washington and Lee University in 1866 Sixty-one Active Chapters Colors: Crimson and Old Gold Flofwcrs: Magnolia and Red Rose l'ul1liczIlio1z.' 'The Kappa Alpha Journal" ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Established in 1885 FRATRES IN URIIE CIIARLES H. BARNWELI. T. W. CIIRISTIAN JAMES I-I. VVEEII GLENN FOSTER DR. ALSTON FIT'I's C. G. fiRIMES ROBERT ECIIOLS FRATRES IN FACULTATE CIIARLES I-I. BARNWELL PROE. SIIACKLHI LOUIS DAVIS CLARK PEARCE W. D. WILSON AlJOT.PII HAMPTON CHARLIE CLIZMIQNT JOIIN GARNER DUDLEY IQEBOVV JAMES MOORE RIcI-IARD I.vI.E CIIARLES PROWSE FRATRIES IN UNlVERSlTA1'E Class of 1929 CHARLES MCCOY SYLVENUS SMITII Clrzss of IQ30 RAYMOND HARRIS J. I-I. JAMES Class of IQ.-QI SCO'l'l' HUBERT BEN LIGIVITI-'oo'I' ll0BlfR'l' .SESSIONS R0l'il5R'1' NOLAND ' Class of 1932 TIORACE JOIINSTON RICIIARD PRIDE Law Class of 1930 TIIOMAS W. MOORE Law Class of IQ-QI CHARLES HOWARD lllfvlical Class of 1929 WALTER JOHNSTON Illezllml Class of 1930 ELLIOT SCAREOROUGII GEORGE WILEY 246 TRUMAN KENNEDY MARION COOPER F. D, GULLEY :ORD JAMES K. MCLEAN JAMES WAIJSWORTI-I STEPHEN DURICK ALBERT KELLY GEORGE C. CROOK HAROLD C. JONES BRUCE MCEACIIIN ROIIERT WALTERS JAMES W. PRIDE JAMES LAMIIERTII " EMQGMJQEWJ WWQEWQLME l' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q, 1 1 wbemmmswmawmcws awzawwocmwaawmmfbmg KAPPA ALPHA Davis, Ponrvv, M1-Foy, NVfldNXVfll'lh, Duyitk Clonu,-nt, lluwls. .launvs, Kolly, fn mk Kuhnw, Monro HllllI'l'l', L11.7llU'0ut S1 qqml, Nulnml, Mclinchin Jnlmston, 'lohn'-xtun C31 11Im1uup.,l1 " WWJGWWDWW WWDGWWDGNWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 F9 I I I G1 LQQRWJGWWWWDGWWGWW GWWJGWWGNWJGWWDWQQJ Alpha Tau Omega Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1865 Eighty-four Active Chapters FDIHIJZ' Old Gold and Sky Blue Fla-wrr: Wllitc Tea Rose l'Izblicu1inn.' "Alpha Tau Omega Palm" FOUNDERS O1'IS A. GLAZEEROOKS ALFRED MARSIIIKLL ERSKINIE MAYO Ross BETA DELTA CHAPTER Esiablishcd in 1885 FRATRES IN UREE JAMES F. ALS'I'oN I.. R. I-I. VVOOIJRUFF W. H. RYAN BASIL HURKS F. S. DANIEL J. G. MADISON HILRY G. BURKS T. A. DANIEL J. C. PERKINS IIAROLD CRUTCIIER, JR. J. L. DANIEL O. P. KIENNIEIIX' J P CRUTCHER, JR. W. J. DEVERE W, A. LELANIJ, JR B C. WILLIAMS RICIIARD FOSTER L. P. MCGERE J R, KENNEDY E. F. LEACI-I R. F. LliF'l'WICl'l CAPTAIN H. HAGAN J. lVlOl.'l'ON SMI'I'II JOIIN Cox VVIZBB, JR. WILLIAM PICKIENS FRANK CARROLL WILLIAM A. HOOD D. F. MCLEAN JOSEPH SIIEIEIIERD HOWARD Rlilllllik RICIIARD WALKER LARRY LONG GRANVILl.li FREY FRATRES IN FACULTATE SI-IALER C. I-IOUSER FRATRES IN UNlVERSl'FATE Claxs of IQ2Q VVALTBR S. SOWELI., JR. LIONEL F. FAIRTIIORNE VV. D. FRY A. VV. B, JOIINSON, JR. Class of 1930 JOIIN VV. DAVIS N. T. BRASWELL, JR. Class of 1931 JOSEPH R. SMI'I'II JULIE R. l'IliRl'HiR'I' Class of IQ-22 WILLIAM IIAYS ,JACK BRAzEI.'I'ON l'l0VVARD CARL!! D. M. JONES, JR. Law Class of 1929 WALTER EUGENE CALLEN Law Class of IQ-20 I'I. R. I-IANSON BEVERLY PIIZAIJ T. OYCONNOR C. H. PENICK D. K. JONES H,-A. JONES CEHORGIE LANG WILLIAM T. BLACK, JR. VVILLIAM C. PARKER HOWARD COOPER J. H. GILLILAND SAM D. PERRY, JR. ROLAND C. VVILLIAMS FRANK S. VVI-IITE, III AR'rIIuR MORRISON EDWIN KIMDRODOII JAMES VV. l5liVVIiliRRY CADWALLADER JONES, JR. JOIIN W. KEI.I.Y Tl'lOMAS SAMIfoRD fllczlicine Clan of 1920 Frcfxlznzrzn Illzvlicimf Class MALLORY CARLISLE LEWIS I.IT'I'LE 248 " GWWDCFWDGWWJ WWDCFWDGNW l' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' wcifwsawwaawwaawwaawa awwamwsawwaswwzswwm ALPHA TAU OMEGA Ph-km-nf-1, Sowm-ll, Fry, Blur-k, Pnrkur Iflood, Nvllllmns, Nvhito, NVnlkcr, Lung Fm-y, Klnllwuuglx, Perry " Gwzsawmawwfzf awmzlwzsawm " Clasx of 1929 THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 l 'L l G5 'fiwwammmmmmmm mwawwammmmawww 9.59 A T355 61,55 Pi Kappa Alpha Founded at University Of Virginia, March I, 1868 Colors: Garnet and Old Gold Flafwcr: Lily-of-the-Valley PubIiraIio1zs.' Quarterly, "Shield and Diamond" Annually, "Dagger and Key" FOUNDERS FREDERICK S. TAYLOR JULIEN E. WOOD Ll'I'I'LETON T. WALLER ROBERTSON HOWARD GAMMA-ALP1-IA CHAPTER b E.rlaI1Ii.vh1'd in 1922 FRATRES IN UREE J. FRANK LIvINGs'I'ONE JACK P. MONTGOMERY HOWARD BURCIIFIELD ' FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. JACK P. lVl0N'l'GOMliRY DR. WM. L. SANDIGI5, JR. FRATRES lN UNIVERSITATE GRADUATE ALMON C. S'rAEI.ER ARTHUR D. VVALDEN JAMES C, MAYS, JR. R. S. HILL, JR. TIIUMAS A. BRITTON MAULDIN C. rl'Il0MAS S. CRANEORD l'lLACKSIlliAR LEWIS A. SMITII W. HOWARD AKINs HENRY C. DANIEL r.l.'1lOMAS W. LAYNE JOI-IN H. LARRY ROBERT I-I. MILLER C. BINGIYIAM BALLARD WEEEER SKIDMORE WILLIAM I-IERDER1' JAMES E. SKIDMORE fili0RGli M. LOGAN W. A. ToMLINsoN Class of 1930 JOSEPII A, BUCK PIIILLIP WILKES HERMAN E. SANFORD Class of IQj'I filiORGE W. BLACK AUBREY A. S'I'AnI.ER lVlll.'l'0N S. PULLEN JOHN M. SMITII Class of 1932 JOIIN K. KENNEDY VVILLIAM E. I-IOLLAND CIIARLES ENGLAND CECIL H. COWAN JOIIN A. LYON z5o JAMES B. SOLATER WILLIAM ALEXANDER LEE S. MCMILLAN DR. W. V. HOLLOWAY R. I-IAGOOD 'TERRELL EDWIN DEWEESE BYRON E. DELOACII IRVIN H. GRIFFIN HOMER H. MULLINS SIEYBOURN H. LYNNE N. FRANK PRIDGEN JOIIN A, CADDHLL VVALLACE GREIZR WILSON T. CANTRELL DOUGLAS J. SMITII EDWARD W. GRANT GUY HARDWICK A. HAMILTON WARNER ELWOOD R. RICHARDSON 'c2MDc.MDcxM'a c2MDc2MDczMD ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 PI KAPPA ALPHA Stublnr, Mays, Skidmore, Logan, Terrell Dowcesc, Britton, Smith, Buck, Griffin Pridgvn, Daniel, Black, Smbler' punpn Czuldull, Cmmtrull, Konnvdy, Holland, Englmm Smith, Gmnt, Hardwick 25x " QWWGWWGWWD QWWJGWWDGWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 F92 , . I , G3 'fiiwaewwazwwaawmawwz swmzwmawwnawwamfow Kappa Sigma Founded :It the ITIIiveI'sity Of Virginian in I869 lolors: Scarlet, Green :Incl VVhite Flofwfr: Lily-of-the-Valley Nalional I'ILl1Ii1'zIlion.v.' "flue CZldllCCllS,, 'fThe Star and Crescent" Cllajllm' 1'11I1liI'zIlin1z.' "Beta Bits" FOUNIIERS G. M. ARNOI.II XV. G. MCCORMACR C. NICODEMUS J. C. Bovn FOMONII Low ROGERS BICTA C HAPTER lf.vl1IbIi.fh1'd in 1867 FRATRIES IN URIRE I' II. BINOIIAM VV. C. DOZIER DR. IIERIIERT PATTON VV. R. PATTON S. IELEIIASII JAMES C. FOSTER, JR. SAUI. SMITII M. T. JEMISON M T. EI.EEAsH M. KING FOSTER J. J. PATTON DR. W. C. SOMERvII.I.r DR C. ABBO'I"I' C. C. VERNER T. B. VVARIJ' VVILLIAM F, AIIAMs BURTON VV. ARMSTRONG ROEERT K. BELL JOIIN T. GRAY ROIIERT B. AT.BRI'l"l'0N WII.I.IAM W. BROVVN ' GORIION FIIENS DAN S, JHRNIGAN M. ALSTON KEITII GEORGE F. BARTII EMMIET PRYOR PETER A. MCKELLAR J. I-IAI. JI-IRNIGAN D. BINGIIAM SMITII FRATRIES IN FACULTATE L. J. NATIO NS FRATRIES IN UNIVIZRSITATE Clrzxs of 1929 N. N. CIIRISTOPIIIER, JR VV, AUEREY DOMINICK A. M. BUCHANAN Cffm' Of 1930 KliNNli'l'lI J. GRIIPI-'ITII IIOOIIER KIZITII II. IIILTON MCKEII Clan of 1931 CHARLIE R. MAY C. J. RANSOM Class of IQ32 JOHN DINKINS JEFF Q. BUSH J. LEONARD REYNOLDS R. KRESS PATRICK JAMES C. STEELE .fllcrliml Clnsx of IQ30 DR. VV. P. O'I'r ANDREW NV. NVEI.I.s r1'0I.BER'l' 'BROWN CECII. A. TIURT CIIARI.Es F. SMITII HUGH R. DOWLINC DAVID A. ROnERTsoN TOM SHORT J. A. SIMPSON JoIIN MORGAN JERNIGAN ROBERT FLEMMING GEORGE BUTTERLY T. ALBERT WEST CIIARI.Es B. WooI.IIRIncE SHELBY CARR LESTER C. O'NEAL 252 ' GNWJWWQWW GNWJGWWGNWJ ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q., n 1 ' 1 Lfciwrsmwammawwwwa awmawsawmwwaewwbmgz KAPPA SIGMA Armslromx, R4-ll, Domlnivk, Bluzllzumu. XVvlIs Hurt, Allrritton, Griillth, Knilh, McKee Doxvllmx. Muy, Rnnsnm, Rolwrtsrm Slxmmnn, Short, T4m'Ll1, Pryor, Jl!l'!liH'1Ll'l SmiLh, Dlnkins, Bu:-ull, Patrick, Stvelo .To1'nlgxm, lilvllllllfllg, West., Nvooldridgv, O'Nnn1 253 " GNWJWWQWW WWGWWGWWJ " THE COROLLA,19Z9 O . . . A WGDWDGWWDGWWJGNWJWWD GWWJQWWEGWWQWWJGWWSWQ Sigma Nu FOIIIIded nt Virginia Military Institute, January I, 1869 Ninety-two Active Ch:IpteI's folors: Old Gold, Black and VVhite J. F. HOPKINS R. C. ALLISON I-I. F, FARRIS 0. C. CPRIMES JAMES YIAYES W. H. NICIIOLS H. B. FOSTER ARCIIIE LEACII WILLIAM REDMOND FRED POMEROY D. G. DARLING LAWRENCE ANDREWS ALBERT RANKIN CIIARLES BEANE I. C. McMAI-ION J. D. DARDEN L. C. GAMAGE S. H, HAMILTON D. T. MCCALL, JR. LORING MCCARTY BERNARD COOPER EDWARD HODO FOUNDERS J. W. I-IODSON GREENEIELD QUARLES '1' I-I ETA CIAIAPTER Eslablishffl in 1874 .FRATRES IN URIIE F. F. GA1'LlN HUNTER BURNIVIVI' SAM FRIEDMAN REGINALD SMITI-I SIONEY LEACII S. A. MOORE .FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1929 JOE GEE H. A. REESE J. E. KIiNlJRICK, JR. Class of 1930 ALLIE KITTRELL CLAY DURRETT REUBEN HERREN PAUL MORROW Class of 1931 J. E. BROOKS, JR. M. DISCI-IER C. E. GI'IOLS1'0N J. W. KEY T. R. PARKER HUNTER BROWN Class of IQ32 ROBERT HILL STRAIN FRANK HERLONG CIIARLES M. FRANKLIN Law Class of 1929 WILLIAM HAMILTON F. D. SCOTT 254- Pllbfifll1i0Il.' "The Delti JAMES RILEY J, C. KIRK E. I-I. FOSTER V. I'IUGO FRIEDMAN PIIERSON CRIMES W. A. LELAND R. G. GULMEYER VVYATT BLASSINCAMI- LAURENCE OAKLEY J. C. LASLIE MERRILL HARRISON GEORGE FAUCETT J. I-I. RAINER TERRY RICI-IARDSON J. E. CARDWELL, JR. FRANK HAGOOD EDWARD SEWARD B. F. LOVELACE REUBEN MILLSAP C. H, FRANKLIN JOE GRIFFIN FRANK WOOD PERCY WATSON " OMJGWJOMJ GMDGMQQRW " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q., f 1 I ' f3?f'f"i Wi? 'sn P SIGMA NU Gm-, Kunc1rIc'k, Lnsllo, Andrews, lmnkln 114-:un-, l14'l'1'0ll, Morrow. If'zuu:uLt, Rnlnvr Gmnnmgu, Hamilton, McCall, Brooks, Dis:-lu.,. Glmlston, Prrkvr, Brmvn, Czwdwnll, Ilamgoml L Lovulrwu, Coopvr, 13'I'iLllkHl1, Strain, 1lm-long Scott, llumilton 1 " THE COROLLA, 1929 J I 1 " I GB mwaiwaawammcwzawm awwmmawbczwaawioil Phi Sigma Kappa Founded at Massachusetts Agricultural College in X873 Fifty Active Chapters f'nlor.I'.' Silver and Magentzl Publication: "The Sigue FOLINDERS J. W. CLAY FRHIJIERICK G. CAMI-IucI.I. WII.I.IAIvI P. BROOKS I-IARRI' I-IAvNIs JOsIaPIfI F. l'lARRl5'l"l' JOHN CLARK O A I ICRON D EUTRRON C l'IAPTl'IR JOIIN W. SU'l"I'Lli BENJAMIN B. '1lRl5ADVVlil.I, NIID MORRIS RIIILLI' MARVIN COPIzI.AND GUSTAVUS A. Pli'l'l'l"l' FRANK DURRETI' CHARLES C. YOUNG WILLIAM TIIIIMONS FRANCIS J. PAI,IvIIa VVILLIAM II. Born JAMES L. BA'I'soN JOSRPII B. 'FHOMAS NIEWMAN J. l,li'I'lERSON RICIIARD LI20 KNIGIl'I' WILLIAM F. CAs'I'nLI.ow Eslablislzcd in 19.24 FRATIIR IN l?'ACLiI.TATIz DR. A. B, NIOORE l'lRA'1'RES IN UNIvI2RsI'I'A'I'I5 Clam' of 1929 OI.Ms'I'IcAD COIIELAND Class of 1930 'llll0MAS RElfD JOHN FRANCIS Gonnm. ADOLPII C. ZOPPA EDWARD WALTON RALPH PHILLIPS Class of IQQI CRAWFORD EDWARDS ROBERT SAUNDIIRS JCSEPII F, KRATON RICHARD A. ll0'l'SFORIJ Class of lQj'2 IAIIINRI' C. CHRlS'l'0l'lIliR AR'I'IIUR N. JOHNSON J. R. ELLIS HOUs'rON WII,I,IAIvI M. BAROAINIIIR Poxt Gl'III1IlIlfl'S SAM MCCALI, ORVILLII F. RUSH NRD MCDONALD ROnIsR'I' JIQNRINS BERNARD I-IOLM ,TACK SI-IIPP Jon EVANS LARRY MCDONALD BRUCE EARL ROWAN FRIED H. BUCKELIZW LYMAN BIRD WM. J. SULLIVAN FRANK NORTON HARRI' HliWl'l"l' NIIZRTON J. AUSTIN HAL MCCALL ROnIsR'I' S. Mums Law Class of 1930 EDWARD SAUNDIIRS 256 I" GWWDWWQWWJ GWWWWEGWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 PI-II SIGMA KAPPA Suttlv, Umm-lanxul, 'l'x'1-nclwvll, In-Illy, Crm:-launl, M. I'otlLl, 131ll'l'L'f, Young, Znmm, Phillllw lull!-Ill, M1'!10Il!Llfl, Jmllzins, llolm, Shipp l":xlmo, Hutsun, Szuxmlm-1':4. Smnulurs, 10-mm, 'Bots-1l'm'd, Bird, ROM, Thomas, 1f'uu-1-gon Knight, Unslzvllmv, C111-lstoplxr-1', Johnson, llnuglun Bzwguhmh-1', Sullivzm, Jlewltt, Austin " GNWCFWJGWW GNWJCFWWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' J ' rg., weiwuawwaawsmwaawm awwaewsewmmwamdw Delta Chi Founded :It Cornell University, October 13, 1890 Thirty-three Active Chapters Colors: Red Zlllll Buff ' Flofwnr: VVhite Cill'l11lfi0l1 PI1blzcation.' "The Delta Chi QuI1I'tcrIy" FDUNDERS AI.IHsR'I' S. BARNES EDWARD R. O'MAl.L!iH' MoNRoIf SWIIm'I.AND JoIIN M. GORGAM PETER S. J0IINsoN THOMAS D. VVA'I'RINs OWIIN L. P0'1"I'liR ALI-HoNsIs S'I'II.I.MAN FRIIDIIRICK VVIII'I'Nm' ALABAMA CI-IAIJTIER E.vlaI1Ii.fhcrl in 1927 FRATRIQS IN URDE P. YIIA'I'IvIAN KING A. C. PARKER VV. C. SUIvIMIcRvII.I.Ia FRATR ES IN FAC U LTATE JAMES J. D0s'I'IaR JOHN V. MASTERS WADD I-I. CoI.IcIvIAN Gwzrlzzzzle Salma! EDGAR Sc0'I"I' FRA'I'RI2s IN llNIVlERSITA'l'l5 Clmxv of 1929 DAVID I.. DIcJARNIc'I"I'II RUIILII MOCK JIaIf1fIzRs0N J. COI.IsIvIAN NIH.s0N O. FLH.I.IiR L11-zu fjfllfj' of 1929 ANDRIIW VV. GRI!-'FIN FRANCIS J. MIzIcI.I., JR, Class of 1930 HDRACIQ B. DII.I. JAIvHzs T. DIiJARNIi'1"l'li SUMNIQR D. DAVIS JOHN A. DODID Liao C. 0'NIzII.L RDIHQRI' A. BURNS JDIIN M. FOWLRR Clays of 1931 ASIIBY H. 'l'oUI.IvIIN VVII.I.IAM P. SPLAWN JAMIIS B. RoIHcR'I's FRIED WAMBGNASS ROl!liR'l' I.oWIcRv FRIID SNIQLL Clrzxx of IQ32 RALPH W. E. 'FUCKER CoovIzR MORGAN WAYNII INGRAM KDIINII K. JACOBY INZER REID JDIIN GAUIIR CLARENCE TURNER C. D. Co'I'TINGIIAIvI TIIoIvIAs D. SULZBY Law Class of 1930 Law Clzzxy of IQQI W, fIERBl5R'I' OSIIORNE EDWARD A. LING 258 " " n THE COROLLA, 1929 . Q12-f6DIl ,Knife GNWWWGWWGWWGNWD f GFWWWDGWWQWWQWW 4 i- DELTA CHI Coll-man, Dmlnrncttc, Fuller, Grlflln, Mlznll Dlll, Dodd, Scott. DeJrLrnutto, Burns Fowler, Dzwls, Toulmin, Splzmwn, Osborne Roberts, Loxvvry, Jacoby, Reid, Morgnn Cottiuglmm " mmciwwmwza clwacmwswwfs 1' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 l 1 l :gh S1gma P111 Epsllon Founded :lt Richmond College in IQOI Fifty-six Active Clmpters Colnr.s'.' Royal Purple and Red Fl0'LUfl'.f.' Violets and Roses Nalional 1'1z11limlinn.' "Sig Ep journal" FOUNDERS Cl.ARliNCli A. Jlaxxlxs BRN-IAMN D. fiAVV VV. HUGH CARTER VVILLIAM XVAI.I.Acv-: 'llll0MAS 'I', VVRIGIVI' XVILLIAM I.. l'uu.i,U's , ALARA NIA BI-:TA CI IA1"1'1aR l:'.vlal1li.vhr'1l in 1927 FRATRIES IN FAcLrr,TA'rE DR. E. B, CARMICHAIQI. J. M. FAIRCl.0'I'II '1'. M. MCKNlGlI'I' FRATRIES IN UNIVIQRSITATE ARTHUR S. Tmwnm. F. VAxc1a liAl.lJWIN EUGENE Gmsow BRUCE HYNUM EDWARD OWHNS PAUL LACOUR GEORGE I.. 'TIIWVIELL VVITIIIERS li1RnsoNG MURRAY ROLICNI MAGNUS BRINKMAN Clam of IQZQ llliRBliR'l' M. 0lE'l'l'INC Class of 1930 ROBERT C. ERVIN GORDON VV. I.INnslzx' ROl'llER'l' CORURN IJIIINS of 1931 lJllIl.LlI' VVAGNRR liliRNARD li. IIol.I,lcY JAMES E. GAVIN Clfzxx of 1932 S, jolm VVn,I.1AMs XVILLIAM S'rrwP JACK ENc:I.linUR'1' Law Class of 1920 JAMHS I.. CARTER Law Class of 1930 DOUGLAS D. Rumi 260 ' IIARor,n O. XVHHKS joslivll II. lIUN'r I.. BURTON Mu.I,1s M. GRAHAM I-Ilr:u'1'ownR J. PAT CAMPBIEIJ, RAY I'IlERRlN l'lURl, BHNNIVI' ROIZICRT L. CRIFI-'ITII CARI. Al.BRlCll'l' "'l'Unm"' Rivlcs cmwsmwa l THE COROLLA, 1929 Yoaiwaawwcwmawwawm mmcwsevwmawrsawbmg SIGMA PHI EPSILON Octtlng, Thlwcll, Baldwin, Ervin, Lindss-y Coburn, Xvcuks, Hunt, Bynum, Lzurour XVxu:ns-r, llolluy, Gavin, Millis, Tlmlwm-11 Iinlcm, Brlnknmn, XVi11lnnxs, Stepp, J'ln1:lvlnn't Grlllltll, Albright, Rives, C:n'tur, Rand Glbz-xon, llightowcr, Jilrdsong, 131'l'lIlk!lf, NV1lson, C311-153011 " GWWDGWWDGWW GNWCFWDWWJ " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 l 1 ll 9 REI? waiwaawmcwzswwaawwa awmawmmwamwacwmw Zeta Beta Tau Founded at the City College Of New York in CrIlors.' Light Blue :Ind VVlIite 3 BERNARD BLOCK I. DELSON AARON DRUCIIIZR M. M. EICIIER Thirty-five Active Chapters 1nblimtio11.' "Zeta Beta Tau Quarterly" FOUNDERS B, C. EIIRENREICII AARON IEISMAN DAVID LEVINE PS1 CHAPTER Exllzblishcfl in 1916 FRATER IN FACULTATIE FRED A. LEWIS FRATRES IN URIXE IEDWIN ROsENFEI,D LEE BLACK SAM BROWN JACOE REISS JOIIN I-IAR1' LEWIS HENRY A. MARK LAWRENCE D. GOLDSMITII NORMAN LIEO LliFKOVl'l'S ROMAN WEIL A. RICHARD ROSENI-'ELD FRATRES IN UNIVIERSITATE Class of 1929 ANDRE DANIEL KA'l'Z Class of 1930 FRANK ROFLA RICIIARD GASSliNllliIMIiR M. K. ERDREICII Clam of 1931 EDWIN PIIILLIP SOLOMON FREDERICK W. SINOION DONALD W. GUGGlZNlll5lM Class of IQ32 PAUL RICE RICII MORGAN E. KINGSBAKER Law Class of IQ30' A. J. PIARRIS, JR. Law Class of 1931 RALPH GANS HOLBERG, JR. 262 1898 Flo-wer: White Rose DAVID LIKENEITZ LOUIS POSNER BERNARD SAX I-I. B. SIIEFFIELD AARON SILVERMAN MORTON HERBERT RASKIN Ross DELUE OSCAR HYMAN GROSKINID JACK MORRIS ADLER HYMAN WEINBERC JACK SCIIEUER " Owwfsmmawzs czwsawwcwm " THE COROLLA, 1929 Ev ' 1 , . 4 ., .N ,,.,V ,. ,..,.. . -.,:k-,!L,,.:V.!:,,im:FW Y, 1. ,.. ., ti ,J ,, A 1 N D V - ,.,,L1,.u-A ' ,A,,,g.,--,V ZETA BETA TAU Brown, Katz, Silvormnn, Lewis, Mm-if Guniscllhnlmvr 1':l'dl'L!lUll, DULU0, Goldsmith, Ls-l'kUvlL-4 Solomon Adler, XVcinIwm:, Slngton' yvuu ' High 1f.ill5qbll.k01', Schuucr 110151-rg " awwsewwzmmx awwsawwzawwg " THE COROLLA, 1929 Gems: uc-nm QWWQGWWWWJWWGWWE5 4 GWWDCSWWDGWWQWWGWWD I x 7: bb' C -'r w - Theta Chi Founded :It Norwich University in 1902 Forty-four Active Chapters Colors: Military Red und White I"lafwvr.' Cairn ItIOII Publzcaliofn' "Phe Rattle" 4 FOUNIJIERS FREDERICK N. FREEMAN AR'I'IIuR CIIASII JOIIN Y. GRAIIAM ICENN DONALD SANI-'ORD MARIUS SMI'I'II W. E. I'IUDDI.IIs'I'ON VVXLBUR B. HARwIcI.I. EUDIL GRIIY ELDRIID B. TRAGUII CAswIcI.L WILLIS Nlill. l3DI.I.ocK DAVID LONDON J. O. BA'I'Izs RICHARD E. NORMAN JIM SMITII IIAROLD DOWNING . ALPHA PHI CHAPTIIIR E stab! ixhcd i n 1926 FRATRES IN FACULTATI3 S'I'IawARn J. LLOYD IIARRY D. BONIIAM FRATRIES IN UNIvI2RsITA'I'E Post Grazluales li'I'll VVARREN BENNIE Luu W Class of 19.20 VV M. BARNli'1"1' IEARI. SMITII Class of 1930 VVII.I.IAM M. HOGARI' XVILLIAM H. MRRRIMAN SAM rflIOMI'SON JOHN P. HAIAQY ciORllON CAMRRON Class of 1931 HARRY CONNRLI. RORIIRI' H. BURRII 0L1vIcR CI.ARR Class of 1933 BRN SMITII FRRD SNYDIER JOHN MAssEY 264 H DNRI' CRISP AL'I'l5RS PIIII. 0, NELSON IIOMHR LlZDlili'l"l'liR JIM Rwus GLENN NIcIIoI.s i'iRAN'l' MARYNARD SAM l7II.WOR'I'II IRIS CARMACR AiiIiRIH5ll'I' MARTIN MANWIILI. liRAswDI.I MARK SMITII ARMON TOWNSIIND HOWARD WILSON NEWSON SEALE " GWWGWWDGWWJ GNWCFWDWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 wcibvmmmwmmmmw wmcmmswwacmwacmigm TH ETA CHI S:n,m'm'd. Tizwm-tt, Smith, N4-Isnn. L1-cllwth-r 'l'v:1,p.:1u-, M4-rrimnn, 'l'lmmpsum, llull-y, l'mm-1-ml NI1-hols. Mzmynanwl, ,lJIlwm'th, Nullm-lc, Lnnrlun Comm-II, Ilurku, Clnrlc. lVI:1,rlin, ,Hzntos Nornmn, Smith, Dzuvnlng, Smith, Mzlssm,-y Smith, 'J'mvn::4-ml " GWWQWWJGWWD QWWDGWWQWWE5 " THE COROLLA, 1929 fa., I 1 I 63 Yhwaawmmmswmmwz mwnawmawmawwazwdsy Founded Colors: Gold and White A. A. KROEO, JR, H. F. BURCIIFIELO J. P. BURCIIFIELO S. P. FAUcE'I'I' ROBliR'l' ARGO VVM. W. MONROE, JR. GEORGE BENNET CIUY KEl.l.EY JOsEI'II CARROI.L PIERCE DANlliL En MUNDINE PIIILIP L. BUTLER RAY SCI-IULTZ LOUIE RIEESE DARDEN BYNUM HARRY CARROLL ALVIN DAVIDSON Law Clan of 1929 ROBERT RAMSEY Pi Karma Phi nt the College of the City of ClI:II'lestOn in 1904. Thirty-seven Active Clmpters Publicalion: "Star and Lamp' FOUNDERS L. I-I. MIXON OMICRON CHAPTER Establishvd in 1917 FRATRES IN URRE JOE SEwEI.L DICK PRICE LUKE SEWELL FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Post Grnzlurzte J. B. STAIILETON Class of 1929 J. W. C, MIREE EO CARO'I'IIERs Class of 1930 JACK MCGUIRE J. P. LYNCII JAY SIIIN Class of 1931 CURTIS HUDSON CIIARLIE PRICE Class of 1932 ARTIIUR ESPY ELWOOD MACKEY STEVE MCGINIS MONK l7EBARDlil.liBllN Lau' Clrzsx of IQ30 LEE OYDELI. W. D. DEBARDELEIIEN 266 Flafw1'r.' Red SIMON FOCARTY, JR. DR. J. L. SIIAMELIN A. B. VVRIGIII' J. R. FAUCIETI' FRANK JOYCE SYLvANUs IIAMIIJION CLYDE PIERCE JAMES BUFORD T. F. MOORE HUBERT LECGEIT JAMES WA'I'I's RALPII WILLIAMS JACK BENNE1' HENRY MIZE V CIIARLES SIIANNON C. Z. TAYLOR Law Class of 1931 BOE MUNOINE ' Qwwaawwawfs. mwfswwsawz ' Ruse THE c:oRoLLA, 1929 69 -W- , A.:f6DIF Y. V il QWWGWWJGWWGWWWW 4 GNWWWGMWDGWWJWW PI KAPPA PHI Bennett, Mlrec. Ramsey, Joyce, DeBardelcben lmnlel, Mr-Guhw-, Moore. Butler, Srshultz Pease, Price, Watts, Williams, Mundlng Bynum, C:u'1'o1l, Espy, Mackey, McGlnIs Mlze, Shannon, Munroe " cmwfsscmwmws awzwmgwzn " THE COROLLA, 1929 F9 I W 1 I G3 Yhmewsawscwraewws ewzswwafmmmwzewmw Lambda Chi Alpha Founded :It Boston University, November 2, 1909 Seventy-six Active Clmpters Lo1or.v.' Purple, Green :Ind Gold Nalional 1'I1b1imlio11.v.' 'lPnrple Green and Gold," t'Cross PIIRCIVAL C. MORSIE RALPII S. Mll.l.S AI.I.IIIN'I' li. Lost: IlAkoI.n vVl'l'lIlERSl'00N V. C. IIANNA Brzooxs Folucimxn N. VV. KAUFMAN Noow li. I1UnsoN, jk. I.oUIs D. BoYI.Axn W. F. ADAMS WILLIAM W. IIOY Lian Cr.Av'roN, JR. MASON Cos1'oN CnAIu.Izs Goufr RAYMOND GOURLIIY JAMES G. BIINNII'I"I' IIARoI.n RA'rI.IrIf Chapin' 1'ublimfio11.' "Alpl1i-Bama" FoUNnI2Ixs EIIWARII D. IIASSIIN lIARoI.n N. BUIIGII ALPIIA PIII ZIQTA l3'.VlIlllliJfll'Il No-vI'1IIl11-r 4, 1917 1"IaATIuss IN Lillllli II. R, l7AUCIi'I"l'Ii FRATRIES IN FACULTATIE Il. G. Howie FIQATR IES IN UN IVIIIQSITATE ClrI.s'.r of 1929 jonx IIARRY Dm' MALCOLM M. RIEIEVIES Clam' of IQ-Q0 VVII.I.I.xM GOLIJIQN VV. F. CUNNINGIIAM AI.nI2N IIANDEL Class of IQSQI ICIIMONII VVYA'r'r LI: MOYNII ERIDMAN WII.FoRn Lowlakv Rolzmu' BETISRR ALVIN MCCONNIILI. Class of 193.2 VVALLIS A. SEYMOUR Lau' Clary of 1931 W. C. HAYTIIE JULIUS SWANN 268 Flofwfr: Violet U nnd Crescent 1CnwAkn A. CoNNoI.I.v I"RlilJliRlCK MoUI.nooN CI.x'oII K. Nrcnons CARI. JAMISON G. C. DYAR IC. B. XVRIGIIT I'. VV. RU'rI.IannI2 W. FRANK SMrI'II, ju IIoI:Acn SI,Aon IZ. K. VVII.cox JAMIIS McAI,I'INIs IIAkoLn Ronnks DAVID I-IoR'roN, JR. CIIARLIIS A. Sroxmz, AI.IfIuan E. Kms J. GUY BRITTAIN JOIIN Cxownnv " czwrsawxfamgzrs cawwimmmwzzf " THE COROLLA, 1929 QW. Q by HM.: GWWWWDCFWQWWDWW Q GMWQWQWWBWWWWD i I 1 I I LAMBDA CHI ,ALPIIA Nmlson, Hoylnml, 171-y, Jtnovvs, Adams llov f'u1mim.:hnm. Lunclcl, Xvllcnx, MuAlplnu to tml Gnurlvy, NVynl1, Ilmve-ry, IVI1-Ummvll 114,11-x Iluloll Slfnlltl ku Um-nnutl I ltllil Smwnnu, lfxzxxlu 'llnylhv 269 " GWWUGWWDGNW CFWJWWDGWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q2 ' 1 ' C2 'KELWDQMDQMDGMECNW GNWQNWJWEBQNWQGNRJQQ' Sigma Alpha Mu Founded nt the College of the City of New York, 1909 Thirty-seven Active Chapters Colors Purple Zlllll White Flofwwr: Lily l'ublic'aliom'.' "The Oct:Igoni:III," HTIIII Gram" LESTER COIIEN ADoLPI-I FABIS DAVID B. LIEVINSON W. P. BLOOM DAVID RosENI1ELD JAKE TEMERsoN BERNARD WEINs'I'EIN WILLIAM PoLo'r PAUL WILSON MAURICE ZANVILLE FOUNDERS SAM GINSEERG HYMAN I. JACOBSON TAU CI-IAPTER Exlablishfd in 1919 FRATRES IN UREE BERNARD BROWN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1929 I-IvIvIAN ROSENFELD Nl5I.SON ZIVITZ Class of IQ30 THEODORE R. SALAMON Class of 1931 IIEREERY TERRY Class of 1932 MILTDN DENEO PIIILII' SUBKOW 270 JACOB KAPLAN AERAIIAM N. KERNER TRA N. LIND AEE TEMERSON AARON RosENFELD LAWRENCE ABRAMS BERNARD DICK EDWARD GOLDSMITII ADOLPIIE EAGLE SIDNEY DENEO " WWDGWWDGWWD WWWDWWJ l' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q, I 1. Yiwzawwmwawwawz awwacwwsmwacwwamwfsew -YA , : N SIGMA ALPHA MU 'l'mm-rson, Rosunfcld, Zivltz, Ahrmns, Sul-mum Wuinstuin. Puluz, Dick. Goldsmith, NVIIS 11 Znnville, Dcnbo, Subkow, Doubu 5 271 " GWWWWWWJ GWWEGWWJGWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 F0 , 1 I GW Kappa Nu Founded nt the University of Rochester in IQII HAROLD Lnvn HARRIS LAZARSOHN ALVIN JULES G. RIDER SAUL GINSIIUIIG SIDNIIY ZIFF ARNOLD I-I. AIuzLsoN I.Izo SIEGEL EDWARD C. PICK Twenty Active Chapters lolorx: Purple :Incl White Flofw1,'r.' White Carn'1tIon Naliolml Pllb1i6'llll0ll.' "The Kappa Nu Quarterly" Chapin' l'ublicalio1z.' "The Pilot" Sm FOUNDERS Ann Lnvv Josxsvu LAZARUS PI CHAPTIQII Eslnblislml in 1921 FRATR li IN U Ia n li CllIiS'I'liR GoLns'I'IzIN 1"IzATIuzs IN UNIVlZRS1'1'A'l'E Clrrxx of 1929 NEY KAR'I'Us ELIAS R. LIQIKINI Class of 1930 NATHAN JACOBSON Class of IQ-QI Moluus Sonor. Clays of IQj.2 NATHAN GIUQIQNIIURG PAUL DIMnNs'rIaIN JULIUS W. ConN SAMUEL WEINZIIIR 272 JosIIUA BERNIIARDT LoUIs GOTTLIER 1 MAx Soxor. SIMON c.i0I.llNIiR JAMES PlZRMU'l"l' SAMUEL GORDON DAVXD KA'rz MALVIN F. Wurrrs " cxwmawmmwfzs cmmzwamwzs l' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q,-QKOII IIGBQEQ GWWDGWWDGWWEWWDGWWD 4 WWWWDGWWDGWWEGWWD , 1 . KAPPA NU Knrtus, Loiklnd, Jacobson, Sokol, Ginsburg Goldnor Pcrmutt, Pick, Dimcnstcln, Cohn Gordon, Katz 273 H awaswzawa czwmamrscawzs " THE COROLLA, 1929 ro, , 1 . ,cw qhmawmawwacwbawz cmwfsawzcwwacmmcmwbw Tau Omega Chi f'alof:: Green and Gold JULIAN D. MA NCELL RALPH L. DILL, JR. , LEON MAURICIE DUNNINO BURRETT W. I-IAUOHTON JOHN M. SHAVIER, JR. I'IIRMAN R. MCCRACKEN JAMES O. SMx'rH HERMAN C, INGRAM JOHN SEAB Esm' Established in 1926 FRATRES IN FACULTATE BRITT CLARKE FRATRES IN UNIVERSI'1'A'fE Class of IQZQ ALLAN EDGAR RAYFIELIJ GOODMAN B. Esm' Class of IQ 30 GEORGE LEROV STEELE HAROLD DELOACH TIIOMAS H. GARRli'l"l' Class of 1931 JOHN A. FOSHEE Class of 1932 B. EUGENE GEWIN JEss DURHAM Illediml Class of 1930 ROLAND FORREST OWEN 274 Flower: Daisy JOSEPH CLAUDE HAYES HOY BLACK JAMES A. VVALKIER LEWIS TAX'LOR BYRUM SAMUEL GIEWIN LUTHER M. LOCKIZR RAY VAN I-IOOD GURLHY A. CRIEIZL ALLEN LEE TERRY ' Owmmmcwwa awwaawkawa ' THE COROLLA, 1929 weiwawwsmwzmwsawm awwacmwammcwmcmbw N w r TAU OMEGA CHI Dill, Dunning, Hnughton, Rnyfleld, Espy Black, XV:x1ko1', Byrum, Slmvcr, Smith Si.:-nlc-, D1-Loncrll, Gurrvlt, Owen Cuviu Loclcx Hood, Ingram 1'oHxluo Qrcl Gowiu, Terry " GNWWWQWWE CFWDQNWDWWJ 1' I THE COROLLA, 1929 4:2-59" 4165!-ff WWDCFWDQWWDWWWWD Q GNWWWDGWWDCWWGWW 5 I my ' V, . ': . . . X up Chi Delta Sigma Founded :It the University nf Alahumn, April, 1925 Cnlors.' Crimson Illlii VVhirc F1IJ"l.L'l'I'.' Red Rose ' FIIATIQIES IN UNIvnIzsI'I'A'I'I2 Class of 1929 E. PAUI. Ilonmcs JAMES N. Mosm.Y Clays of IQ30 RAY JIsMIsoN Momua McDnNAI.n PIIII.I.IPs VVM. FI.Ic'I'cIIIfII BOGARIJ. CI.ARIfNcIi VV. FULTON RICIIARII DUNKIN IivIckIa'I'I'If PRICII Clam of IQ 31 RALPII Donsow VVILLIAM L. FuI.'roN Joslar-II J. PIIII.I.II1s JAMES B, BARI-'IIaI.n Class of 1932 CLIFTON E. Donnie '1'IIoIvIAs Jmmsow IC. CI.IN'I'0N JACKSON IE. S. NATION E. PIIELPS BIIIIJGIHS Szfmml Ymr Law GoRnoN DAv1s G. D. I-IALSTEAII 276 ' Gwmmwgtisfmm ciwrsmwaawa ' mira THE COR LA, 1929 M " 'ICM-fl GWWEGNWJGWWDWWDGWWE5 1 GNWDGWWDGWWDGWWUQWWD CHI DELTA SIGMA Hodges, Mosely, Dunkin, Phillips, Price Dodson, Phillips, Fulton, W., Burfleld, Jackson Nntlnn, Halstead " mwroawzsawzs cawzmwzawzs " Class of 1929 THE COROLLA, 1929 Qu f 1 1 :Eh 'fhmmwzmmcwmmwzs cwwaawzwwawmmfaw Eta Nu Founded October IO, 1927, at the University Of Aluhnrnal FOUNDERS VVILLIAM J, OWINGS I'Io:vIER C. SPRINGER GEORGE BARNES THOMAS G. SYNO'I"l' LLOYD JOIINSON .FRATRIES IN URDE A NOLLIE F. AOEE POwEI.I. G. BAKER FRATRES IN U NIVERSITATE Post G1'HI1IlllfF5 VVI1.LIA,M J. OWINGS HOMER C. SIIRINGER R. LIsIvII.EY KIARRARD HORTON CAMP GEORGE E. BARNES JOI-IN VV. MCI N'I'OsII TIIOMAS G. SYNO'I"I' LLOYD JOHNSON Class ELLIS DARBY JAMES W. JOYNIZR ORHL B. LINDSEY WARNER A. GRAY CIIIISTER G, ALLEN LESLIE M. BELL ERNIE G. MOORE W. W. ALEXANDER of 1930 BANKS J. ROBliR'l'SON JOIIN W. MCGEE Class of 1931 IIENRY L. ANIJERSKJN ANDREW C. CARD VVILLIAM H. CARD ORVILLE G. HARRINGTON LLOYD MCBRIDE TIIURS'I'ON I.. FAULKNFR C, OXFORD NEELY Class of 1932 XVILLIAM LAUEEN1-IEIIvIER J. FORD LAURMER JAMES L. BRYANT C. DARROW GRAY 278 ' Qwwacwwawm awwwwaawm ' CECIL I-I. S'I'RAwnRIDGIz THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 'A 1 Lfbiwzcmmmfwfmmmm cwmwwawmcmwzcwwbsw ETA NU Oxvlngs, Slu'Im:s-r, G:u'l':n'1l, ffmnp, Mc-Imnsh Synott. Grny, Allvn, Rell, Monro A11-xfmllflor, Juhnwm, Dnrhy, Limlscy. Rohnrtson SirzuvIn'id1:s-, Amlorson, 011111, Nm-ly, Card lllLl'l'illg'l.0ll, I4'llllllilll'l', LmlIxumlvinu-V, Lamxm-r " mwzmmaww mwzsawfswwrs ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' J ' fl igwwawmmmcwmcwm mmawaswaewwaawi? Alpha Phi Delta Founded at Syracuse University, 1912 Twenty-four Active Chapters Colors: Purple and VVhitc I"Iofw1'r.' Whitc Carnation Publzcalzon: "Kleos and Ticker" ALABAMA CHAPTIQR Establi.vh1-11 1928 FRATRES IN UN1v1zRs1TA'r1z Class of 1929 ANGELO BOLOGNA JOSIZPII BIVONA Class of 1930 MICHAEL D. VIQRIPPX Fluzn B. CAMPOPIANO Class of 1931 - JAMES DIPXANA FRANK T. Mfumoxm Jon C. CMANZANO, JR. Fsumcxs J. Pumnxxo MARTIN R. Coruccr Clam of 1932 ANTHONY A. Sc1x1fA'1'I JAMES J, WUGL1o'r'rA FRED A. Fukusx Zllzffliml Class of 1929 Louis PELLEGRINO Illediml Class of 1930 Jour: J. GRANDI: DOMINIC C. MACALASO 280 " mwaawacxwzv mmcwmzwa " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' rg f mt ig, LS-fa ff K IQ l X L I N X X J ki N X IQ 1 X --Mage ' , if w f 'gg ay U J " ' fix' F, -...E f flaw? ' 3 SCRGRITIES " czxwrsmmzwm awzmwrwm 1' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' rfb ' , if-'2If'l"f Iii T' 'Z V . Kappa Kappa Gamma Founded October 13, 1870 Colors.' Light Blue and Dark Blue Floswcr: Fleur-de-lis Publication: "The Key" FOUNDERS LOUISE BIINNIITI' Bow MARY STEWART FIELD JEANE'l'l'E BOYD ANNA WILLITS PA'I'I'IsIs GAMMA PI CHAPTER I Established in June, 1927 SORORES IN URIII2 MRS. J. V. MASTERS MRS. KAUITMAN SORORES IN UNIVEIISITATE Class of 1929 SARA I'IAR'I' COLEMAN ALBERTA AUSTIN M. Lopez TRISLLIIS MAY BRAnIfoRn LUTZ Class of IQ30 ALEXINA Dwouv EDNA LEE IVICDONALAII MARIAN BROWN GERTRUIIII PERKINS DELL BROWN FLOY BAUCUM RUTII KOELEN Class of 1931 DoRo'I'IIY CASON SAI.INnA TAX'I.,0R HAZEL BAUCUM NORMA LAURISNDINIZ EVELYN GORDON FRANCES REMICR Class of 1932 JESSIE REYNALIIS MARY STEWART VVOOIJARD JANICE me LA CROIX VIRGINIA 'FIIOMPSON RUTH PERKINS 282 J. " amsawzicwz mmmwscwm " l THE COROLLA, 1929 Q., f 1 - i KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Cnlvnmn, Lopvz-'1'r0l10H, Austin, Lutz, Dnmguy TIIONVII, U.. Mullnmmld, 1'vrklm1. Bnuuum, Kmqon C I'-X111 Hnuvum. ll., Luurvmlluv, Gordon, 'l'n.ylor Colv XVuodnrd, Thompson " awzmwzmwri awwzsczwwzsciws " Clasx of 1 Q29 THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 A ' 4 :ED N 'fiimaemawaswmcwwa awwaswmawacwaawbsy Alpha Chi Omega Founded :It Depau University on October 15, 1885 Fifty-three Active Chapters Colors: Scarlet and Olive Green Flofwfr: Red Carnation l'11l1li1'alio11.f.' Wfhe Lyra," "The IIeraeum," "The Argolid" FOUNDIIRS ANNA AI,I.IaN BNMIIA DIENNISON Hrassm Gkooms 0I.IvIc BLIRNIWI' AMY Dunms Es'I'I2I,I.n LEONARD NELLIII GAMBLE ALPIIA lITI'sII,0N CI-IAPTIIR l:'.Il11l1li.Ilm1 S1'l1l1'111l1r'r 9, 192.1 Smumns IN UNIVIERSITATE Pos! flfllllllllfl? ERMINIE VVALKIIR RUTII KNUIISEN IIIzI,IcN DAVIS MIRIAM Hovn ANNA VIQIIAMES MARIAM LUCAS NANCY SWANN LILY MAH DEAN NANCY I.IaIa I'IUR'1' MARTINA me I-IoI.I, JIESSIE MAI MILLER Class of 1930 IEI.IzAIIIe'I'II BRIGIVI' Class of 1931 BLANCIIE STRIBLING Class of 1932 Ru'I'II KENT' 284 CI.no LUCAS ANNA CAMPImI.I. IsAIIIcLLI2 X7OUNGBI.0OD CPENE BARR DOR0'l'I'lY Doucnma Lots SWANN DoIIo1'IIv LEYMASTER ' cztwzsmwrsawz awmzwzsmwzs ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q, n 1 ' 1 wawsmwmwaawwawwa cwwaamwaawacwbswbmg .L A -2 -E 1' . . ALPHA CHI OMEGA Mrxlknr, Knmlsxvn. Dnvls, Hurt, do Ilnll Tu fls, Mlllur, Boyd, Bright, XVOIIIHJIHI cl Ih un -21. Hour-lu-V, Lu:-m-1, Huw, Swzmu Kunt, Swann, L., Lf-ynmstor " WWCWWWW WWJWWDWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q2 l 'ff' 1 l :ED waiwaawwamwaawwsmm owwaswwaawwaawwaawi? 'SP' l A P ll Wu 4' Delta Delta Delta Founded at Boston University Oll Tlmnksgiving Eve, 1888 SevcIIty-three Active Clinpters Colors: Silver, Gold Illlll Blue Flofwcr: Pansy Publimlion: "The Tridentn Q FOUNDERS InA SIIAW MARTIN ELEANOR DORCAS POND lsAnEI, MORGAN BREED FLORENCE I. S'l'liWAR'I' ANNELLA ABBO'1"I' rl'll0IVlAS ICRLINE IDURRETT BLIRKS CARRIE G. CiRIMI5S LOUISE B. CAsoN KATl'IERINE ARGO ELIZAl'1E'l'lI ATwoon RUTII DoRsEY FLORA F. KIRKPA1'RICK fiWENllOLYN BELL ANNA BROWN ANNA JOE CATIIEY MARY ELLIS SI'oTrs IEVELYN CAREY DELTA MU C HAPTIER E5fllbli.l'ht'tf in 1914 SORORES IN UREE NIARGARIVI' D. DANIELS LILLIAN T1XRDX' RosE MARY EVANS RosE SORORES IN UN IVIERSITATE Class' of 1929 ETI-IEL EIIIIINS PAULXNE GRAY AIJALINE IIoUoIIToN Glass of 1930 RUBY KooNcE MAVIS EMERSON X EI.IzAIaETH HARIJISON Class of 19 31 HELEN DUCRWORTII RU'I'II RANK Class of 1932 VIRGINIA McLEon 286 MARY CocKE HERTIIA NEII. I-IoUs1vIANN MARGARET Fos'I'ER BURKS ROBHRTA ROGERS EVELYN SIIEI'IIERn CLAUIJIA SLAIJE CLARA STONE ELLIS WATTS INEZ RUNYAN BvEI,YN JENKINS AERA PIcIcENs ELIZAEETII RosE FRANCIS SAMUELS " Qwnmwsmws awacwmawz " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 1 x, L DELTA DELTA DELTA Argo, Atwood, Dm-soy, Eddlns, G1-:xy llo1u.:l11.on, Slmreplu-111, Slaulv. Stone, Kirlcputrle-k NVntts, Bull, 'Rrnwn, ldmorson, 1lI:u-dlsuu Runyun, .Tm-nklns, Koen:-4-, Cathay, Dun-Icxvm-L11 Pickens, Curoy, Smnuols, Mxutllcml " mwrzmwzawm ewwscxmwfsmws " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qu ' 'L H ' G3 waiwaawzswwmwacwfb mwsawsmwsawsawisai Alpha Xi Delta FoIIIIIlcIl :It I.0lllilZll'Ki College on April I7, Forty-six Active Cluipters Colors: Light Blue, Dark Blue illlli Gold l,llllfil'!lfil1II.' "The Alpha Xi Della" ALIIIIA TAU CIIAPTIER l:'.rlabli.vhnl Illay 4, 1937 FUUNIIIERS ELIZA CUR'I'Is livIaR'I'0N I.I2vvIs S'I'RoNG 'l'AI'I.oR LUCY W. GILMIIR BIaR'I'IIA COOK EVANS MRS, i'IARRIlE'l' M. ZIMMIIR ALMIRA L. CIIIINIII' JULIA M. Fos'I'IaR SoRoRIas IN URIII2 I.Izo'I'A D. IIULSART IsAnIsI. SCIIARNAGRL MRS. A. H. DAVIS OLIVIA B. MURPIIY SURURIES IN UNIvIfRsI'I'A'I'Is Clam' af 1929 LOIS BARRINCIIR ICDNA Bos'I'0N MAYNIi'I"I'Ia MACKIIY Class of 1930 I.oUIsI5 CLARK . GANIILLII Goof: DIXIE MCGRAW EIII'I'IfI NICKEL Class of 1931 ICRMA GAYLIQ Co'I"I'IaI' BIIRNICII HII.'I'oN LOUISE ENIIIIARTII EVELYN CARNIIS ANNIE BRI'I'r S'I'AINImIIfIcR I LoRA TIIAxI'oN Class of 193.2 EUNICE BRUNSON JIM TURNIIR 288 IS93 Flofwvr: Killzlrncy Rose FRANCIS E. CIIIcNI-:Y CORA B0I.I.INGIfR-BI.oCK ALICII BAR'1'l.li'l"l'-HKUNlili MARY I.0Is SCIIARNAGIIL OLENE PA'I"l'liRSON ANS ' li'I,oRIcNCn HUl,SAR'l' MILIIRIIII BUCKNIER JANE MCKENZlli MARY SCRUGGS " " THE CORCLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 'L , ALPHA XI D ELTA .UJll'l'fHH1'l', Boston, Clnvk, Ml'Gl'!LXN', Goggxmls Nhlul f'3lI'll0H, SHl,llIHl'l'1', Tlmxt n U llqv Jllllun Lnglmrth, Ilulrmrt, Buckmx M'Ll quit, Brunson " awrsawswws mwzrmwaczmwa " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' fl' QQQWQGWWQWWGWWQWQ WWJGNWGWWDGWWJQWQW h1 Omega Founded at the University of Arkansas, April 5, 1895 Eighty-seven Active Chapters Colors: Cardinal and Straw Flofwcr: White Carnation Publimlion: "The Eleusisu FOUNDERS JEANNE M. VINCENIIELLER DR. CIIARLES RICIIARIISON JOBELLE HOLQOMB INA MAE BOWLBS ALICE CAREY SIMONDS NU BETA CHAPTER Eslablixhrd in 1021 SORORES IN URIIE WANDA DETLIE CECILE CUNNINGIIAM JENELLE BROWN LOIS BELL BESSIE FI1'I's BESSIE SLOSS NEILSON MRS. J. S. 'FIIOMAS FRANCES 'THOMAS EIDYTIAIE LLOYD MARINE BROWN MARX' SLoss SORORES IN FACULTATE ALICE WYMAN SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1929 CoRnE'1'1'E BROWN VERA NELLE WARII ANNA KA1'lIliRINli BYRUM EUGENIA KIRK CORNELIA COLE BERNICE BAMIIIIR MARGARET Ross Class of 1930 ICATIIIERINIE PRliWI'l"l' FLORENCE TIIOMAS MARX' JESSE FINNIELII KA'l'llliRINIi MOUNIIIELII SYLVIA ARMSTRONG MARGARET PARRISII Class of 1931 MARX' KATIIIIRINE STORRS CARoI, BURTON K.A'I'IlERINlE HARWBIIL MARX' -GREY MOR'l'ON SUE PARKER Class of 1932 JANET RIFE ALLENE MAXWELL LOIS LANGEORII VIRGINIA CIIAPMAN NIARY LOUISE I-IAGLER 290 " WWQNWDGNWD GNWJGNWDWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 gg-1 V 1 I ,NA QGRWDGWWDGWWGNWGWWD GWWJGWWWWJGWWWWQWGE CHI OMEGA w Brown, Byrum. Colo, Ward, Kirk Bamber, Ross, Prowitt, Finnell, Thomas Mounflcld, Harwell, Morton, Pmkm Rlfo Lll,llH'f0l'Kl, Mnxwull, I-Iuglcr Cluumnu " GNWCFWCFWD GNWJGWWJWW T' THE COROLLA, 1929 F0 I Y I 53 WQSWOMOOEWOEWJWWO EWQEWQQEEEOEWOOEEEGY .n, oe. l H D 1 U V I 1 0 Q ' I 'I I ,. I .. I Of .., Kappa Delta Founded :It Virginia Stnte Normal, October 23, I897 Fifty-Six Active Chapters 1 olnrs: Green Illld VVlIite Flofwcr: VVlIite Rose Plzblimliom' "The AngelOs" FOUNDERS IFNORA ASIIMORE MARY SPARKS SARA TURNIER JULIA G. TYLER IEVELYN ASIILEY EI.IZABli'l'II A, LELAND RUTII VVATTS FITTS KA'l'1II.ElEN S. NIAXWIELL DAIIPNIE CUNNINGIIAM JEANETTE FOSTER REDEL MARY A. LITTLE ALICE RAU JONES NATALIE WOOD SMITII FRANCES DIINNY MARX' JONES VIRGINI IEANNETTE BLACKLOCK EVELYN WOOD MARION LITTLE FANNIE E. POLLARD BETII BRADIIIELD JANIE REEVES MADGE CLARKSON ROSE VVALLACE r1'URNlER MILDRED TURNER REBECCA HILL FRANCES SESSIONS ELIZAIIETII HESTER A LIIISCOME ELIZAIII ZETA CHAPTER lislablishrrl Marrll 12, 1904 SORORES IN URIZE LILLIAN CUNNINGIIAM NIELI, H. CEARRSON LOUISE ADAMS BAKER CLAIRE BARNWELI. I,II.I.IAN HILL SARAII ORR IRA B. MOODY CAMII.I.IE S, VVRIGIIT MARY LEE I-IARWOOD MARY FITTS BENNETT EI.IzAIIE'I'II FOSTER MARTIIA PARIIAM Post fifllllllllfl? CATIIERINE CIIAIIMAN Class of IQZQ MARGARET FAULK Class of 1930 NIARGARIET NELSON UliNRIli'I'l'A VVALRER ELLEN CTILBIERT Class of 1931 SARAII ARNOLD JANE ABERCROMBIE Class of 1932 JEAN TPIOMAS MAY RIELFE LUCILLE MUSTIN LOUISE COLLIER LOUISE SHIRLEY 292 ALICE MOODY RYAN SUSIE VVILLIIEI-'ORD WILLARD ADAMS PARKS CATIIERINE FARRAII LOUISE JONES NIABLE ADAMS MARGARET MCGEE ADELE MONTGOMERY IELIZAIIETII CURRY MAnI.E PA'l"I'0N JIENNIIE M. RICIIARDSON SORORES IN FACUL'l'A'1'E ITII COLEMAN CAROLYN BRADLEY ELIZABETII 'IQIIOMAS ALICE BOYD VIRGINIA LIIISCOME JENNIE MORRIS HOWARD MARY FARLEY BOYLES FRANCES BOONE INTARGARET VVILSON ANNIE ROSS SNOW LEONORA WOODALL CATIIERINE SELLS JULIA LYNN ' czwfsawaczmm ewewaewwacswm ' K. THE COROLLA, 1929 Qs 3 'Y 'L 1 . ...... KAPPA DELTA fqlillllllllll, Iilm-klm-lc, lvillllli, 'I'h1m1:us, XVuml llrauilr-y. Liltlv, 1'ollm'd, Nc-lsun, NV:Llln-1' f:illH'l'l, lmyxl. hllmsm-mnlm, Ruovus, Clarkson 'lfurm-r, Al'llUlll, lmyla-H, Hmmm, Alw1'vr'omhh- XVllsun, 'l'urm-r, Hill, Sosslons, lla-atm' fl'lllllllJlS, Itullmh, Mu:-xlin, Collier. Shirley Snow, Sm-lls, Xvoudhnll 293 " cawfcwwaciwa cwmswzvcwgzf " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 l 1 l fiat? Zeta Tau Alpha Founded :It Virginia State Normal, October Sixty-four Active Chapters CoIm'.v: Steel Gray Illltl VIllll'llllDlS8 Blue ALICE COLEMAN DELLA LEWIS MARY JONES JANE AUSTIN VliANE'1"l' A. BICKIIIEY lELIzAEE'I'II CADE LAURA CoI.LIER l'I1blimlirm.' "TlIemis" FOUNDERS MAUIJE JONES IIOMICR AI.ICE WELCII FRANCES YANCEY SMI'rII NU CHAPTER l:'.vmblish1'd in 1910 SORORIZS IN URBE PEGGY NICDAIJIE DUCIN EI,IzAEE'I'II fiOOI7lB ANNIE VVAl.l.ACli HAYS BERYL MCCAXNN 1898 FIofwm'.' VVlIite Violet HELEN CRAWFORD ETIIEI. COLEMAN RUBY LHIGII FRANCES B. OlCONNOR ANNIE PARIIAM EUDONA OlNEILL REID VVILLIE VEAI. SEWELI, RU'I'II CARR llI'ZI.lEN MCGIIfIfES'I' SARAI-I A. VERNER lVlAR'l'lIA D. ADAMS WILI,E'I'A S. MOI.'I'ON CARRIE VEAL ALERI'I"I'oN SDRDRES lN UN1X'IERSITATE Post Graduate RU'I'II SWAIM Class of 1929 ELLYN SANDHRSON PAYNE TABB JHANNE HIHRMAN ROSALXE PERRY Clrzsx of 1030 l7oR0'I'IIY li0CKI.5'l"l' FRANCES DEAN REYNOLDS JEAN CADMAN EMMA I.oU BELYEW ELEANOR ONDERDONK lCl.IZABli'I'lI DozIER Class of 1931 lVlARGARE'I' S. lVlIl,l,IiR NoRMA BOCAR RUTII ZAIIM ELOISE BEA'I'n' MARIANA CECIL Class of lQ32 ANNA BELLE CAIRNS SUZANNE I-IAUGIITON MAIILE SEALES MARY EMMA CULIIRETII 29-1- " mwmwacfwaz awzcwwasww " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 V 1 ZETA TAU ALPHA Swnim, S?l.l14'lCl'S0l'I, 1l'0!'ll1!Lll, Tnbb, 110,-ry Bom-klutt, 131-ly--w, Reynolds, Ondurslonk, Umlnmn Dozlor, Mlllvr. Zuhm, BOL-Z'Hl', lhntlv Calm-4 lluughton " czmwsczwzmws mmawcmwza 1' THE COROLLA, 1929 QR ' 1 ' rg I ' pl " RJ 1' - ff X O ln 'II .Il all' Delta Zeta Founalerl :It Miami University on Octnlmcr 24, 190: Forty-eight Active Chapters Colors: Rose and Nile Green Flofwcr: Killarney Rose I PIlbfil'1lfi0ll.' "The Lump" FUUNIJERS JULIA B. CoI.IcIvIAN MARY C. GALBRIXl'l'lI ANNA S. FRIIIIJLINII MAYnIII.Ln M. I'IAc:IaIVIAN ANNA KIIIIN DAVIS ALFA LI.oYn HAYES ALPI-IA GAMMA CI-IAPTER Eslablishnl Sfplmuber 9, 1922 SORORIES IN URIIIE LOUISE SEYMOUR PA'I"rIzN ELIzAnIz'I'II PIENRUDDOCKE FRANCIIS PICKIINS LIIWIS NINA IQIRK RUBYI3 GULI.lZN' AUGUSTA PARK EIIIZ.-KBli'l'll VVILLIAMS SOROR ES IN U NlVl5RSl'1'A'I'E Class of 1929 MARION SIIIRIIR IE'rIII5L GIVIMAN MARIAM Foo'ru JULIA LI'1'1'Lli E'l'l1liLliNli D0nsoN Class of IQj'0 VIc'I'0RIA DAVIS PERRIN LI1"I'I,Ia BI5'I"I'Y SIIAEFITIER EVA PRInnY MARXON READ BIzT'rY CURL MARY BURNS Class of 1931 ALFRIQIJA MUCKLIE GRACII DAVIS MARION SWEENEY MARIE VVILIEY Class of 1932 SARA PRICE CLARA GRIFFIN 296 " Qwwaawwacws awasswwsczlwa " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' -Y - 1 , DELTA ZETA ' Shlrur, Foutv, Little, Dnd:-mn, lmvls. Slnu:I'i's-r, lhuul, Curl, Bur NNI- Mucklu, Sxvm-nvy, Dnvls, NVi1 y 1 I G ltlln, Got " cawsczmwfzmwfs czwrfmmmwa " THE COROLLA, 1929 ro, . I . G3 ive 0-BVLQAQ ,Q ' Alpha Gamma Delta Founded at the University of Syracuse on May 30, 190+ Forty Active Chapters Folorx: Red, Buff and Green Flofww'.' Red and Hui? Publication: "The Quarterly" FOUNDERS ETI-IEL E. BROWN EMILY H. BUIUI'ERIfIIfLn GEORGIA DICROVER MARGUERITE SIIEPARII MARX' L. SNIIIER GRACE I-I. MOSIIER GEORGIA CIIAPMAN ESTELLE SIIEEARII FLORA M. KNIGELT JENNIE SMITII EIIITI-I MACCONNELL PSI CHAPTER Eslablishnl Nolvcnzbnr 18, 1921 SoRoREs IN URIIE MARGARET S. KOS'l'ER SARA MAUII LEVIINGER HESTER DEBARDELEBEN MYRTLE BRIs'I'ER HIzs'I'ER REVES SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE CAROLYN KERSI'I GENEVIEVE NEI.soN FRANCES PALMER DoRo'I'IIY WII.soN iViIiLBA LINER Clrus of 1929 MARX' EARL!! PA'I"I'oN MINNlIi BROWN HURT MARX' LOUISE KINCANNQN JuI,IE'I"I'E AUERIIACII IRENE MARsIIAI.L CORA CARR BRISKHY Clam of 1930 ELIzAIaE'I'II ARnU'I'IINo'I' ALICE MITCIIELI. MARTHA G. BEASLEY BHSSIE LEE MARRIo'I"I' MARGARET BEAUCIIAMP MARTIIA DEWEESE I'IELEN PIDGEON Clasx of 1931 MARY I5LIzAnIa'I'II VVILLIS SUSIE BROWN , Class of 1932 DoRoI'IIY A'I'RINs RUTII KELLEY AIIIIALAIGN MORGAN RACHEL FI'rzcERAI.n MONA VAN HoRN CARRIE JACKSON MARY IVII'I'CIlliLL 298 GWWDGWWDGNW WWGWWDWW " Rose THE COROLLA, 1929 1 --A-M l ,s. wakwaawzawsawmewrs awaawsawsawscwf? W ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Nelson, Xvllson, Liner, Patton, 1-Iurt Klnvmmun, Aux-rbrnch, Brlskcy, Arbutlmot, Bonsley Bouclmmp, Mitchell, Mm'rIott. lleweoio Vvlllls Brown, Atkins, Morgan, Van Horn Fitvgcmld Jackson, Mitchell, Kelley " mwamwacwz awwacmmmwa " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 I f I I 'j 'J rq 'wckwmwazswacwmcma awmawbmmmwaawifm' Delta Phi Epsilon Fmlnclecl nt New York University, March 17, 1913 Twenty Active Chapters !.'nlors.' Purple and Gold l'11blir11lirn1.' "'1'I1c Delta Phi Epsilonn P1 CHAPTER ' lfslahlishnfl fljrril 22, 1927 SORORIES IN IJRIIE G1,Anvs Rosnwnmm Iloncnss SOROR IES IN UNIV IZRSITATE Class of IQZQ InA F1s11HR IIoR'ruNs12 R. MAY FLORENCE I2LA1N1a ICAPLAN Class of 1930 JANE Sc11oN1f1a1.n Class n f IQQI Fl0fwl'f.' Pansy SoP111A SEGALL SARA S1acA1.1. I.oU1s1: Iflownk L1aNA MAE S1ass1oN Class of 1932 CORINNIZ Lnvv IIERTIIA Roonm FANNYIZ WENER 3oo lv 1 11 WWJWWDGWWJ GWWGWWQCFWQ THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' ' 1 Y L DELTA PHI EPSILON Fishor. May, Sm-pmll, Hoffur Levy, Roohln, We-ner " cmwsawscwm cwaawzsawz 1' THE COROLLA, 1929 Qw ' " 4 rq wC'llWWI5GWW15GWWGNWDGNWI5 GWWGNWZ5CFWWWE5C1WWf56Y Beta Phi Founded at the University of Alabama in August, 1928 Colors: Purple and Gold SOROR IES IN U NIV IERSITAT E Class of 1929 FRANCES MEANS LAURIE G, BRUNSON Class of 1930 FLORA DREW F1Nn1.AY JEANE'1"1'lE JOHNSON 3 ANNE RUTH Bmcxwoon ALICE FINDLAY Class of IQ I I-IHLEN FENDLEY ELEZABETH KIZNNEIJX' DOROTHY MEANS MILDRED CARKIELL 302 Flofwcr: Pansy II 1 A ll GWWGWWEGWW WWWWGFWE5 THE COROLLA,1929 Q, I 1 ' I G5 Woman's Pan-Hellenic Council of 1929 RUTII IQNUDSIEN . . NANCY LEE PIURT . . HELEN DAVIS .... JULlE'I"I'li AUICRRACII . . MARTIIA DEWEESE . . ALICE MI'I'CIIEI.L. . . LOUISE CLARR' .... ANNIE BRI'I'I' S'I'ANDIEER . . RDITII NICIIOL ..... . FLoRA FRANCES KIRRPATRICK Rum' KooNCE ...... CLARA STONE . . MARX' BURNS . . MARIE VVILEY . . VICTORIA DAVIS . IDA FISIIERI . . FANNYE WENER . I'I0R'I'ENsE MAX' . . CoRDE'1"I'E BROWN . . VERA NELLE WARD . . FLORENCE TI-IOMAS . . CATIIERINE CIIAPMAN . FANNIE POLLARD . . . ALICE BOYD . . . . AI,ExINA DIEMOUX' . . MAX' BRADFORD LuTz . EDNA LEE MCDONALD . RUTII SWAIM .... DoRo'I'IIv BocRLE'rT . . ELLYN SANDERSON . . 303 . . Alpha Chi Omrga . Q Alpha Chi Omrga . . Alpha Chi Omega . Alpha Gamma .Dalia . Alpha Gamma Drlla . Alpha Gamma Dalia . . . Alpha Xi Dalia . . Alpha Xi Dflla . . Alpha Xi Dalia . . Drlia Dnlla Dalia . . Dalia Dflla Dalia . . Drlia Dflla Dalia . . . . Dalia Zfia . . . . Drlla Zfla . . . . . Dalia Zrla . . Del-fa Phi Epxilon . . Della Phi Epsilon . . Della Phi Epsilon . . . Chi Omfga . . Chi Omfga . . Chi Omrga . . Kappa Drlla . . . . Kappa Dflla . . . . Kappa Dr-lia Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Zfla Tau .fllpha . . . Zi-ta Tau Alpha . . Zwfa Tau Alpha " Qwmzwzzww mwizwmswa " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qu V 1 1 ,EQ whwcwzawzcwmcmm awwsmwaawwammawbw I I 3111 ililvnxnriam V 3151111911 Bran, 'ELI C5vnrge Nirlpnllu, 'ZH Glhvnhnre idinrnznn, 'EH ' Auhrnu Elivrkinu, '31 Glnthvrinv 572115, '32 Glarnvg Uvfarnk, '32 Zlnuvph Elfinnl, 'EIU Svihneg 31. Enmiv, 'HE Glnl. IE. CB. Eiinghzuu, 'HH Eluhgv QD. Sanmeruillv, '87 lluhgv 3Iaw. Aim iliinvu, 'HE Glhampvll Glnrg, '75 Br. E. MI. Sunburn. 'ISI 5111111 HH. Qlrunk, '54 " Qwzicgwscxws cwacmmmws " All ...K w 'Q m f ff ' x i, I ll," ' If 1? V '-xY. 'Y ?7 . ,xx -4 , I If NW KKK 9133 A , 7 7 Y U P P P Y 7 P 7 Y Y Y .llllllll -5 THE ELECTRICAL AGE ENJAMIN FRANKLIIFVS Leyden iar was not only a reservoir for electrical chargesg it was over- Howing with beneficial gifts with which mankind was later to be endowed. With the arousal of in- -44' terest phenomena by Franklin, a demand for larger quantities became prevalent. Faraday responded to this de- mand with his ingenious invention of the dynamo. The ele- ments of induction and magnetism being understood, the field of application grew tremendously and swiftly Though the electrical age has been less fortunate than that of steam in the manner of startling successes more dras tic changes in the mode of living have been fostered by the electrical age than by any other single period Electricity has not only brought all the elements of the world in contact with each other by means of telegraphs telephones and radios but it has had even greater sigmfi cance in determining the domestic modes of man Electricity the medium through which the world s in dustries are operated and managed is the influence by which the symphomous strains of Beethoven and the melodies of Schubert are made to reverberate in humble and isolated homesteads It is the 20th century midnight oil the illumi nant that has set the woi ld aglow rr 1 if I 'W my sD'!g?f'X ffl! 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D HARRIS KHLLIQY, M.D. IOTA C1-IAPTIIR Eslablislmd in 1903 FRATRIIS IN URII12 AI.s'I'oN MAXWELL, M.D. T. H. PA1'1'oN, M.D. A. TAX'I.0R, M.D. D. VV. VVARD, M.D. I. C. SIIIRLEY, M.D. FRATRES IN FACU LTATE T. D. RIvI2Rs, M.D. J. W. FORD .FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE KI- NNEIH PRoPs1 . . ............ .... . . Preszdeni IIORION CAMP ...... - . .lficc-Prwsidnzt om. CLAY ..... . . .Sf-crciary ERNEST MOORE . .... Trcasurer TIIoMAs SI'NNo'I'I' . . . Judge Adfvoqate WARNER GRAY .......... Sl'l'gl'0ll1-Ill-Aff!!! I D BANCROFI' W I Owuscs C. C. BURTON E. G. MOORE Class of 1929 G. E. BARNIIS J. L. CLAY A. S. KNI'I'1'nL K. E. PRoI's'I' J. L. BENNLT1' M. C. DUNN L. PELLEGRINO T Class of 1930 L. C. O!NEAL E. WI'1l'l'E F. S. Roncmxs B. LEE L. M. LITTLE H. S. WELDON W. KY1'LE S. J. WILLIAMS Pledges F. SALLEY , T. LAND J. LAURENCE S. CARR L. GARRARD J. JOHNSON 310 G. SYNNo1'r " mwaewzwewz awacwwsmm " THE COROLLA, 1929 I 1 ' ff QKEMQGMDGMQGMDQMD GWWJWWDGRWDQWWDQWWBW I " cmscwamwzi awsawsawz 1' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-1 ' 1 ' rg? iwciewscwwsewsewwzsewz aeweewwcwmaewacewism' Phi Beta Pi Founded at University of Pittsburgh on March Io, 1891 Forty-one Active Chapters Colors: White and Emerald Green Flofwcr: White Chrysanthemum Publication: "Phi Beta Pi Quarterly" SIGMA CHAPTER Established in 1906 FRATRES IN F ACULTATE DR. H. M. KNowER DR. J. J. KENNEDY DR. E. B. CARMICHAIEL DR. I-IoBsoN DAVIS DR. ED I.ARsoN DR. CLYDE BROOKS DR. RALPH MCBURNEY DR. W. F. PEACOCK DR. J. S. P. BECK O. M. RoEER'I's J. B. DISMUKES F RATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Clan of 1929 ANTONIO ACOSTA-VELARDE RUSSELL J. BLANTON G. W. BONNER W. E. FRICKMAN J. J. GWIN C. E. JOHNSON W. E. JOHNSTON FRANK FOSTER KENNEDY M. J. MCELWEE W. E. STINSON J. W. WARD Class of 1930 HUGH H. BARFIELD GRADY CAUSEY Ron DOBSON A. F. HOLLEY MIKE HOLMES CHARLES E. IRWIN M. J. HAIR ' RAFAEL R. MUNIz DEWITT C. MEAD J. E. SCARBROUGH B. A. NEWTON A. J. TREHERNE J. B. STAPLETON ARNOLD WILSON GEORGE WILEY A. L. HUSKEY 312 " awsawzaczewz mwsamzsawa " THE COROLLA, 1929 I 1 ' :EQ I r r " GWWDGWWWW GWWWWGWWQ " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 l 'L l GZ wcimawmmwawwaawwz cwwzawmawwzawwamwbw Theta Kappa Psi Foumlecl :It the Meclicnl College of Virginizl, 1878 Ninety-two Active Chapters Colors: Green and Gold Publimlinrz: "The MessengcI"' FOUNDERS PRESS ELDRIDCE, JR., M.D. J. B. JONES, M.D. I'IARVEY SMITH, M.D. IOTA CI-IAPTER FRATRES IN URBE M. E. BACK, M.D. F. W. LAWRENCE, M.D. R. C. PARTLOW, M.D. JOIIN SIIAMELIN, M.D. W. D. PAR'1'LoW, M.D. S. J. TARWATER, M.D. F. A. KAY, M.D. ALSTON F1I"rs, M.D. W. D. WALKER, M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE W. W. ALEXANDER D. E. HILL I-I. C. SI-RINGER WILLIAM BARNARD A. G. SIIIREY F. F. CALDERONI J. R. GILL ' J. T. SULLIVAN J. A. YIANBY M. F. RODRIGUEZ JOHN WALKER R. L. COOPER R. D. SIIAMELIN R. H. ALLDRIDGE FRANK I'IIGGINS H. M. MASON R. E. NEWMAN DURWARD LOvEI.L R. F. OWENS PIIIL SPEIR, Rfcordwr J. C. VAUGI-IN C. D. MCLEOD 314- Flofwrr: Rose I 1 I GNWDGWWJGWWJ WWDGWWGWWD THE COROLLA, 1929 QW ' 1 1 rg: Yiwbawzmwaewscwwa cwswwawwsewwsawbw 3'5 " GWWDGNWJQWW GNWQQWWDGWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 l 1 ' l ffl? Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity Founded :It Yale lluiversity in 1898 Fifty-one Active Chapters Colors: Old Gold and Purple Fl0'fLOI'f.' Rcd Cilfllllflllll l'ublic'aIion.' "The Phi Alpha Delta Qu:II'teI'ly" JOI-IN TYLER lWORGAN Cl'IAPTER lfslzzblisllml in 1922 FRATRIZS IN URRE CHARLES VV. GROSS JoI1N C. PIIARSON FRATRES IN FACULTATIE VVIIITLEY P. MCCOY JOIIN V. lVlAS'l'l5RS Clam' of 1929 RICIIARII II. BROVVN FRANK lVlIZl2l.l., JR. R. J. ALIIRIGIIT J. R. RAMSIIY D. W. DEBARIJELEEEN P. C. FOUNTAIN CARL FARMER Class of 1930 JARRET AEERCROMIIIE JOIIN VV. KIELLY, JR. II. D. FINLAY, JR. I'IERnER'I' OSBORNIE I.EsLIE GRANT J. S. STONE, JR. Glas: of 1931 WILLIAM INGE I-IILL VVILLIAM CLARK NELSON O. FULLER EDWARD A. LXNG CARL MoIIIEs HUGII R. VVILLIAMS JOIIN SCIIOR Bon MUNIBINIE CHARLES LAMI-RIN 316 'l GFWDGWWDGNW GNWQGWWDWWJ " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 'l ' fl 'waggwzmwsmwaawwfaawz cwmewsswwzmmawbw v " mmcawisaws cawmczwfscwb i' W. W. BRANIION RICHARD FOs'rIIR THE COROLLA, 1929 Qu ' 1 ' rg! 'KGRHQSWJQTMOQNQWWQ QNWQQSWQQNQQMBQIMEGY Phi Delta Phi Internzltionzil Legal Fraternity, founded at the University Of Michigan in 1869 Fifty-four Active Inns Fifteen '1ii'l0llSZll1Ki members Colors.' VVine Color and Light Blue DIQGRAFFISNRIILIIJ INN Folznded ax a lam! fralfrlzily, S1'jvlr'mhI'r 9, 1920, lllltifi' thc mmm of Phi .-'Iljvhu Pi. Charlwrnl ax an Inn of Phi Della Phi on May 6, 1922. FRATRIES IN URIIIE EO DIEGRAFIIIQNRIIIO W. B. VVARRIIN JUOGII H. li. FOs'rIIR W. J. FOSTER junmz BIIRNARII HARWOOII ROIIIQRT HARWOOII JUIIGII JOHN MCQUIIIIN J. ci0RIJON MAIIISON FRATRIIS IN FACULTATIS DEAN A. J. FARRAII J. E. LIVINGSTON S. A. BROCKIIBXNK FRA'l'RIES IN UNIvIsRS1'rA'rIz Class of 1929 WII.I.IAIvI lfIAMII.'I'oN PIIYTON D. limn ' JAMIIS A. IIARI2, JR. SoIvmRvII.I.II HII,I,, JR. JOHN D. MCQUIQIQN, JR. FRANK D. SCO'l"l' GIIORGII E. SI.Isnma r1iIIOMAS S. LAWSON Class of IQ30' THOMAS SAMI-'ORn, JR. SEVIIOURNII LYNNIQ LIevvIs A. SMITII Plezlgm LRIGII IIARRISON A. F. GORDON XVII,I.IAIvI PAR'rI.Ow I-IUGII MALLORY 'IQERRY RIcIIARnsoN Jo IIN S. FOSTER 1 38 VVILLIAM ARliU'l'lINO'I' fili0RGl5 B. JONIIS VVILLIAM IIOWARO HUGII DOWLING S. H. HURT Rm' W. KIMRROUOII J. K. Ll'l'l'I,li " mwbmmmwa mmawwamm " THE COROLLA, 1929 Kieran M93 WWQWWWWJQWWDQWWD 4 CFWGWWQGFWGWWQGWW " GNWGWWJGWWJ GWWCFWGWWE5 " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' I f fl wawaawfsmwacwmaswa awzmwzsmazsmwomaism' Sigma Delta Kappa Inter-Collegiate Law Fraternity Founded at the University of Michigan, 1914 flftifvc Clmplrrx Twenty-seven Colors: Red and Black Publim!io11.' "The SI-DE-KA Quarterly" V CHI CHAPTER Eslablishrd 1926 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1929 Josnpu J. Mur.uaNs DOUGLAS D. Rman LILA S. Moons JAMES L. CARTER Claxs of IQ 30 EDWARD I-I. SAUNm2Rs Roncnk C. SU'r'rLE Woonv1Lr.E C. I'IAv'r1m GETHRAI. D. I'IAI.STEAD Class of 1931 WHITE EDWARD GABSON " Qwmzwzsawm mwamwaawzs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qefon IGYGW GWWDWWJGWWDGNWDGWW 4 Alpha Delta Sigma National Advertising Fraternity Founded :It the University of Missouri, School of Journalism, 1913 Tfwz-my-four .flcriw Chaplrrs Color.t.' Crimson and WVhite Florwmt' Crimson Rambler PIlblil'!lifi07l.' "Town Crier" PAOLI A SNIITH CHAPTER Eslablishrd in 1927 FRATRES IN URRII R. J. CPULMYER L. A. DUNCAN RUssIzI.L SM11'I-I C. H. VVALKER LRE Iimooon WII.I.IAM II. JACK Joi-IN C. SCIIOR ARTI-IUR L. BROOKE, JR CI.vnE W. DAVIDSON CIIARLIzs J. BIZANE VVILLIAM W. BOGART ADDISON P. DRUMMOND EDMOND M. WYATT FRATRES IN FAcuI.'rA'I'n J. C. DUcRwoR1'II FRATRIIS IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ29 NooN B. HUDSON JAMIas I-I. NIZWMAN JEFF. J. COLEMAN AUBRIEY I-IARwIaI.I., JR. VVILLIAM I.. JIISSUII Class of IQ30 ORVILLE F. Rusn W. FRANK ADAMS Class of 1931 CI.E'I'us F. Comix' 321 L. J. NA'I'IoNs AARON SILVIERMAN G, R. OLIVER, JR. JOHN S'I'UARnI, JR. T. J. SIIIzI.Nu'I'1' D. WAvMoN BISHOP M. K. ERDREICH IRIS W. CARMACK H. S. BOONE J" GMQQMEQMD QMQQNWQQMQ " Class of 1929 THE COROLLA, 1929 CD I 1 ' I 9 ,Q wdfmcwmmwaawmmws awmcwmfmmawwswdw Alpha Kappa PS1 Founded nt School of Commerce, Accounts :md Finance, New York University, 190+ Fnlmr: Blue :Incl Gold For Publiz'aliou.' NATHAN LANE, JR. DANIEL F. DUN" HOWARD M. JEFFERSON ty-four Active Chapters "The Alpha Kappa Psi FOUNDERS WM. O. 'FREMAINE MORRIS L. RACIIMIE GEORGE L. BERGER I. R. CAMP ALPHA Ruo CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE Flo-wL'r.' Chrysanthemum Diary" ROEERT S. DOUGLAS F. R. LEACH IfIUEER'r M. VVRIGIIT LEE BIDGOOD - CIIEs'I'ER H. TCNIGIVI' HARRY D. BDNIIAM GEORGE I-I. IIoIfIfMAN RALPH ADAMS FRATRES IN UNIVlERSl'I'ATE GI'IlI1llI1fl?X CLIEMSON DUcKwoR'I'II VVALTIEK S. MIN'rER, JR. ARTHUR BRooKII, JR. LoUIs D. BOYLAN BAGBY HALL DUDLEY OVERDY IIARWELL COALE WILLIAM BOGART fi0RlJDN MII.LliR JOE H. RAINBR, JR. LEWIS DAVIS WM. JEssUP WM. H. CAMP ED. DOUGLAS, JR. REYNOLDS DOUGLAS of 1930 N. N. CIIRIs'I'oEIIER TIIoRN'roN B. MOORE CYIEORGIE C. MIIRRIAM ROEERT PEARSON Class of 1931 JACK HENDERSON WM. IIUnDLEs'I'oN FRANK HAGOOD PI-IH, BU'rI.ER SYLVIENUS SMI'I'I-I BILLY MAYNoR DAVID RoEER'I'soN I3RNIIs'r A. RAZEK RonER'r HEUs'rIs H. F. CUNNINGIIAM BERNARD COOPER JACK PATTERSON D. A. SEYMOUR CULBERT CRU'I'cHER Pledges MARK SMITI1 ELWOOD MACKEY LESLIE DEE W. C. CALDWELL 13RO0KS JoIINsoN MARION ALDRIDGE 322 JEFF BUSH JOHN DENKINS STEVEN MCGINNIS WM. BARGONIER JAMES STALCUP IIIRAM DARDEN WILMER POINER " mmewwaaww cwacmwfscwm " THE COROLLA, 1929 C' I ' 1 7 rfb I E w a ? E Q L " cwscmmmm cmwfsawzmwz " THE COROLLA, 1929 QQKGII IIGEQS5 GNWGWWGWWCFWGNWE5 Q GWWDGWWWWJGWWGNWD Delta Sigma Pi International Commerce Fraternity Founded at University of New York, November 7, 1907 Forty-three Active Chapters Colors: Old Gold, Royal Purple Flofwrr: Red Rose ALPI-IA SIGMA CIeIAI1'I'IQ:R Established in 1926 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. JAMns HoI.I.ADAv PROF. H. H. CHAPMAY PRDF. MARCUS WIfII'I'MAN PRor. LIcRox' J. NA'rIoNs FRATRIQS IN UNIVERSITATIE Grfuluatrs ALMON STABLRR HARRY V. Ml'l'ClllEI.L I'IERBlZR'I' OSBORNIZ Class of 1929 VVAYMON CRIINSIIAW JEFF J. COLIIMAN NOON B. l'IUDSON T. J. SI-IIiI.LNU'I' G. RAIFORD OLIVER A. P. DRUMMOND CLYDE DAVIDSON JOIIN O. STUARDI Class of IQ30 FRANK ADAMS ROIIIIRT BURNS VVILBUR BROWN I-IowIsI,I. IRIS W. CARMACK Class of IQJI JAMES J. CAMPBIZLL CI.Iz'I'Us Comes' GRIFFIN HARRISON TPIOMAS F. McDowIcI,I, EDMOND VVvA'I"I' VVAIJVIIR GOIFIJIKRD MII.'I'oN S. PUI.I,IaN Pleflgm 'THOMAS VV. LAYNIE VVAYMON Bxsnov ToM DAWSIIY FRRD ZlaIm.IzR JACK VVII,sIIIfR l'l0WARD B. XVII.soN XVILLIAM GRoP'I'IaNnAcRIaR MACK joI.I.v 32-1- " mwzscxwmewz ewzewzwm " THE COROLLA,19Z9 0.31 ' 1 ' 'D 3515 " GNWGNWECFW GWWDWWJGFWQD " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 1 ,Eb LQGEWDWWJCFWDQWWDWWD WWDWWDWWGWWDWQG? Theta Tau Professional Engineering Fraternity Founded at thc University of Minnesota in 1904. Colors: Garnet and Old Gold F1ofwL'l': Jacqueminot Rose PuI1limlion.' "The Gear" FOUNDERS A ERIC J. SCIIRADIIR W. MURRAY I.I:wIs EDWIN L. VINAL ISAAC B. IIANKS MU CI-IAPTLR lfslablislmd .lanuary 3, 1922 FRATRES IN FACULTATIE F. D. DEVANIIY B. VV. GANDRUD F. R. MAxwI3LL, JR. FRATRISS IN UNIVIIRSITATE Class of 1929 VVOOLSEY FXNNELL, JR. ARCIIXE B. LIIACII JACK J. CLARKSON Josrsru R. Mosm' UIILAND O. RIIDD JAIvIIzs L. WADswoR'rII CECIL I'IUR'I' CARL T. Joxras DONALD C. SANFORD Class of IQ30 PHILIP DAvIs LouIs J. MUliI.I.liR FRANK E. S. Pou W. LEWIS Romxsox I ALBERT L. RANKIN 326 " GHWDGWWDGWW WWEWWGWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 621 + -W1 Q 'fiwzfawmawzsmwumwa awrnmwsammawzewbw 327 " rmwsawzwwzs fmwacawwaczzwwa " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 l -f '- V- I 9 ,GE wciwacmwafmwacmwsawm cemewwsfmwzewwscwbw .x -iw:-Q Y . - fa-3, -X ,,, 7 .-:L I :-- 'Q ,S -. . ,gn- 4-'JE' Xslgvx me- : --HI , I... -v 1-.. llf .::.. " MM? Omicron Delta Kappa A Niltiiillill Honorary Society founrlezl :It the VVnsl1ington :Ind Lee University in IQI4, basing its menxlmersliip on leznlcrsliip in Athletics, Scholarship. Publications, Forensic, and Social Activities, IOTA CIRCLE Ifxlablixlmrl in 1924 NIEMBERS ON TI-IE FA GEORGE II. DENNY Clli0RCl'I A. LANG AI.Bl5I4'l' J. FARRAII JAMES l7RliIl . RoIHaR'I' CLYDE DAVIDSON . . AR'I'HIIR BROOKI' BEI.L. . . . W. B. SAEEOLD RALIIII ADAMS BROOKS FORBHAND C L' LTY S'I'EwAR1' J. LLOYD WALLACE WADE ALONZO CoI.Ev OFITICIERS ..... .. . . .Prevzdmzt . . Vicfr-I'rr.I'idMlt . . . .Szfrrciary . . . Trwa.rm'wr MEAIIIERS ROIIER1' BELL l'Ei"r0N Bmn AR'I'IlUR BROOKE '1i0LBIiR'l' BROWN MILLARIJ CAMI'III:LL JEFF COLEMAN CLYDE DAVIDSON IIUGII i70VVI,lNC CLEMSON DUcKwOR'I'II WILLIAM El,l.lS XVOOLSIEY FINNELL 3:8 JAMES FREE ROBliR'l' llll.L WILLIAM HOWARD SIDNEY KAR'I'Us HERI1liR'I' OSBORNE WILLIAM PARKER WII.LIAM PAR'I'I.ow AARON SILVERMAN EARL SMITH I,EwIs SMITH ANDREW WELLS ' Qwzsczmmwm ciwrsewtscz-Mrs ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 I Yamgkwbggemakwgxg WWDGWWDWWBGWWWW " QWWJWWJGNW CEWJWWCFWJ " IG? THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-1 ' 1 ' rg. KKQNWQWWWWEGNWDWWD GNWGWWJGNWDGWWGNWEQI 9 EISOIIS ' OFFICERS BILL ELLIS ....... .... ......... I ' rf-.vidrnr JIM FREE ..,... ..... I fin'-1'rr'.vid1'nt FREDERICK MURRAY . . . Sccrelary-Trcasurcr ' MEMIZERS JEFF COLEMAN LEWIS SMITII HUOII DOWLINO ROBERT K. BELL CLIEMSON DUCRWORTII ARTHUR BROOKS BILLY PAR'I'I.Ow MILLARD CAMPBELL VVOOLSEI' FINNHLI. CLYDE DAVIDSON MALCOLM REIEVES DONALIJ SANFORD AARON SILVERMAN EARL SMI'I'II JOE Mosnx' ELLIS HAGLER ROBERT HILL 330 B" GWWJGWWGNW WDWWJGWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 1 1 rg. Q " Qwwacwzawws awwammawws " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-z l l 1 l Q Kappa Delta P1 Honorary Fcl11c:1tiOn:1l Fraternity Founclecl :It the University Of Illinois on Jnnc 8, 1911 Fifty Active Chapters Colors: Pale Blue and Crimson Publimlinn: "The Kz1delpl1inn Rcvicw" J. 1-1. XI CHAPTER l:'.vlabli.vl1wd May 1922 OFFICERS NEWMAN .... ....... ..... P r Lxsidvnl RU'1'H KNUDSIEN ........ ......... I fire-I'rcsidcnt LOIS BUCKNER ....... .,,.. R fcording Sncrclary SARAI1 ELLA I'IAUOH'I'ON . . . Cnrrc.vpomIing Swcrnlary J. C. HAYES ..... ...... T rf-asurcr FRATRES ET SORORES IN FACULTATE G. H. DENNY I J. J. DOSTER JOIIN R. MCLURE J. S. THOMAS A. B. MOORE W. C. CROSBY W. F. ADAMS HELEN A. FIELD TIIOMAS M. FODTE AGNES E. PIARRIS DAVID S. HILL JULIAN D. MANCILL V. P. MCKINLEY EDGAR L. MORPI-IE'1' EL1zAI1E'I'11 COLEMAN H. C. PANNELL R. W. CoWAR'r CLARENCE M. PRUI'1"1' MARY ROBERTSON ETIIEL J. SANMAN V. M. SIMS R. R. ScIIM1Tz A. L. WH1'1'EHURS'1' C. E. WILLIAMS EMMA L. WILLS PAUL W. 'FERRY G. H. YEUELL FRATRES ET SORORES IN LJNIVITRSITATE JULIE'I'I'E AUliRBfKClI S. M. BAXTER RAYMONA BIZRTRAM BET11 BRADFIELD CORA CARR BRISREY JOHN O. BROXSON LOIS BUCKNER AL1cE JOE BURNS HUGH CARBON MRS. N. S. COUI,'I'ER DAN DOUGIIERTY I-IELEN DAVIS E111-IELINE DODSON EUBA DUEOSE CHARLES C. EDMONDSON IDA FISHER JAMES J. PIARDIN SARAH ELLA I-IAUGIITON J. C. HAYES HARRY LIOROWITZ MARY CECIL IONS RUTI-I MAY DORSIEY EVELYN KEl.l.E1' EUGIENIA KIRK RUT11 KNUIDSIEN JULIA LI'I'l'Ll3 MRS. H. G. Loewe MAY BRADFORD LUTZ HORTIINSE MAX' SUE MCLEOD 332 FRANCES MEANS J. I-I. NEWMAN C. P. NELSON MRS. C. P. NELSON MARY PA1'I'oN SUSIE PEACH EMMETT B. SHO'I"1'S MRS. ABBIE S. SNOW PAYNE 'FABB DAN H. THOMAS AUSTIN L. VENABLIE MARY MERLE WARD EVELYN WOOD W. J. JONES " Swwzawzcwz mmmwaawm l' THE COROLLA, 1929 'By V 'L ' YSIL Yciimawwamwbawwamwzs awsawwacwzcwzawbw 5 x 1 I C M Qwnciwacmwa swzsawwamwzs " THE COROLLA, 1929 A Q1 l 1 l rg whwsewwaewwaawsmwz ewwaewwaemewwewbw Alpha Epsilon Delta Four Active Chapters Honorary Pre-Medical Fraternity founded at the University of Alabama, May I6, 1926 The object of the fraternity is to foster the interests of tlIe Pre-medical School and to bridge the gap between the spirit of the School of Medicine and that of the Pre-Medical School. Membership is based on excellence in Pre-Medical Work. ALPI-IA CIvIAP1'I2Iz FIIATIIIES IN FACULTATE Dk. J. P. MoN'rooIvIIeRY DR. JOIIN Y. GRAIIAM DR. CLYIIII Bnooxs OFFICERS R0l1IiR'l' LIsIvII,m' GARRARIJ . ...... ..... I 'rlrsidmzl WII,I.IAIvI E. WIIITE .... . . . . View-l'rvridnIl LESLIE M. BIILI.. . . . .... Svrralary Aumusv I-Iusxlzv . . . Trzrasurwr MHMIIIERS DANIEL V. DOUGllliR'l'Y Ronlsm' L. GARRARII joIIN E. I'IANm' VVILLIAM E. WI-II'1'u KENNETII KooNs LI2sI.II: M. BELL AUBREY I-IUSKILY 334 " crgemcwbczgwo eewseamczmwfro " THE COROLLA, 1929 QW I 1 ' rl? wawaawmawwaawsawm awwawwaawsawzswbw Sigma Eta Honorary Fraternity, School of Commerce FRATRIES IN FACULTATE DEAN LEE BIIJGOOII CIIEs'I'I2R I-I. KNIGIVI' LEE GIIOVER LEROY J. NA'I'IONs PIARRY D. BONIIAM FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE AR'I'IIUR BROOKE . ................. . . .I'rc.vid1-ni CLYDE DAVIDSON. . . ...... View-Prcsidfnl HARWELI, CQALE . . . . Sn-frnlary-Trea.rur1'r MIEBIIIIIEIRS WAYMON CRENSIIAW AARON SILVERMAN I. D. I-IEREI-'ORD CLEMSON DucIcwoR'I'II CLYDE DAVIDSON AR'I'IIuR BROOKE PERRY SIvII'I'I-I I-IARRY MI'I'cIIEI.I. HARWELI. CoAI.I: 335 " GWWGWWGWW WWJWWDGWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-MDI' IICDQEZ GWWJWWGWWJGWWWWI5 Q QWWQWWJGWWGNWDWWD Beta Omega Delta I'IoIIoraI'y De Moley FI'ateI'IIity Founded at the Ill1iVCl'Sitj' of Alabama, 1927 ALPI IA CI--IAPTIIIR OIIIPICIIRS DIIWIT1' MIIAII .... ..... ......... . P rfsiflvnl JIIssIa BONNIIY. . . .... . . . Vice-1're.ridnn1 IIARVEY Nlilil. . . , . . . Corrrsjvmuling Srcrrlary CI.II'I'Us CQLIIY . . . . Rrrording Secretary R0llIiR'l' BURNS . . .... Trnasurrr HCJNKJRARY MEMBERS Cm.. PHGRAM VVIlI'I'WOR'I'll CIIIISTIIR ICNIGIVI' BURKIT1' I'IAUGII'I'0x Class of 1929 RIavNOI.ns DnUnI.Ass EIIWARII ACKERMAN CIIARLIIS BARMORIE IIIINRY SIILLMANN Class of 1930 GUs'IuIvUs PIi'l'I'l"I' VVILMONT VVoon BnN,IAIvIIN '1'IIIaAImvvnI,I. VVENIDEL CARLSON Class of 1931 Auczusws MAxwIcLL I-IARRY Bovcs EI.IvIIcIz WIII'rnIIoUsE WYATI' SIvII'rII Class of lQ32 RICIIARII BAsIcIzIzvII.I.n I'1AkoLn VVILLIAMSON IIIIRSCIIIII. VVOR'I'IIY WILLIAM VARIIIIN CHARLES IIUFNACLE 335 " awwawmaws mmataswm " THE COROLLA, 1929 I 1 ' rg? " czwsawzzsawwa cmwaawrsawzs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 V ' :EQ Ygclwsclwsmwaawwacwz awzavwagkwmwaawiaez' Alpha Phi Epsilon Honorary Forensic Fraternity Founded nt the University of Alabnmn, 1918 Twenty Active Chapters l'1zblicalion: "The Garnet and Green ALABAMA ALPHA CHAPTER MIEMIBERS ROBERT K. BELL J. H. NEWMAN THOMAS Bk1'r'l'oN JAMES FREE HUGH CARUON HOOPER KEITH Ixus VV. CARMACK SEYBOURNE LYNN Huczn QUARLES ORVILLE RUSH I.Ewxs SMITH HUGH DOWLINC VVM. F. ADAMS JEFF COLEMAN ' Qwwfsmwfaaww mwaafemawwa ' THE COROLLA, 1929 F x ' :EQ Qgiemmwaawsawwswz cgwsawwcwzmwzcwbsv " Gwsawwacww awwsmwzawz 1' THE COROLLA, 1929 PP I 1 1 GW 'fdwmawaawzeweewwa ewsczwmawzawaawfiv Hypatia The Semoi Honor Society for Women, membership in which. is based on ch'1r'1cter Qchohrshnp lcwdersliip, interest in college activities, and promise of future usefnlnees OFFICERS EVLLYN WOOD . . . . .... . Prvxzdrnl CoRA CARR BRISKIEY ..... ...... V :ce Prfszdcrzl CLARA S1'oNrs ...... . . S1fm.-1ary-Trnasunr SARA ELLA HAUGIITON . MEMIZERS JULXE'1"I'E AUERBACII JliANE'l'1'E BLACKLOCK CORA CARR BRISKEY Lois BUCKNER IDA FISHER ETIIEL GETMAN SARA ELLA I'IAUGn'1'0N RUTH KNUIISEN MAY BRADFORD LU'rz . . . Ilistorian CLARA STONE EVELYN Woon CoRnm'1'lz BROWN MAZINH HANKINS ADAI.iNE HoUGn'roN MINNIE BROWN HURT FLORA F. KIRRPATRICR CLuo LUCAS CA'I'I'IER1NE CHAPMAN M. LOPEZ-r11RELLliS 340 " GWWDGWWGWWD GNWJWWGWWJ " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' GD iwaagmawrscwsawmawwa awscwbmwswsawfy FRED Pi Mu Epsilon National I'Ionorz1ry Mathematics Fraternity Founded at Syracuse University, May, 1914. UNIVERSITY' OF AI.AlSAAflA CHAPTER VV. P. 0'I"1' OSCAR DAIILIINII WILLIAM F. ADAMS P. E. CLEMENTS W. E. DUNLAP SARAII ELLA I-IAucII'I'oN' ALDEN LANDEL FRED A. LEWIS KATllERlNli OZIIURN Established at the University in I922 FRATRIIS IN FACULTATE BRENT G. CLARK . FRRII A. LEWIS Jnssu C. NIKON FRATRES IN UN1vIsRs1'I'A'rIs FRED RAY DONALD SANIfoRn J. D. MANCILL MRS. MARIE CARMICIIAIIL BAURLLIO DUIINO OWEN HAssELI. NA'I'I-IAN JACOIISON MRS, MIRIAM A. Locxia J. D. MANCILI. A. R. BAUIIHR FRANCES MEANS MRS. J. C. NIxoN HUGH QUARLIIS E. A. RAYIPIELII J. O. SMITII DAVID TIZKS S. DIINTON OFI"ICl?RS A. I.IswIs . . . ...-.. ..... I Jirn-lor BRIIN1' CLARK ........ . . Ificc-llirfrlor J. O. SMITH ....... . Trwmm-r SARAH ELLA HAUr:II'I'oN . . Secretary MRS. J. C. NIxoN . . . . . Librarifm 3-U 'i Gwsamzfawa czawaczmwaawrs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-ffdlf Ilfhtfi? GWWGFWJGWWDGNWQNWD 4 WWWWCFWGWWDGNWE5 Chi Delta Phi National Honorary Literary Sorority Founded at the University of Tennessee, October, 1919 I-lflifzn' CfIC1fJlL'l'5.' '1'hirty-three Colors: Gold and Blue DELTA CIIAPTER l!'5lll1lHJ,lL'tl in 1921 SORORES IN FACUI.'l'A'I'E MIss AGNES ELLEN HARRIS MISS EI,IZABIi'l'II CoI.IcIvlAN MRS. SUE GUN'l'liR MISS MARY BURKE MISS DOLLY KIRK , SoRoREs IN URISE MRS. FRANCES P. LEWIS CA'l'HIiRINIE CARKIIUI-'I-' I-III.oA ALLBRIGIVI' SORORIES IN UNlVlERSl'FA'l'IE EVIILYN VVooo . . . .... . .... ......... . I'r1'.sidwzl RU'I'II KNUDSEN . . . . . . . Vin'-1'n'.vidw1l Lols BUCKNHR . . . . . . Sn-rwmry CLARA S'I'oN E . ALBERT AUSTIN ALICE BOYD RAYMONA BERTRAM JIiANNli'l"l'E BLAcRI.ocR Lois BUCKNER ADALINE I-IoUGII'I'oN MARY CECILE IoNS FLORA F. KIRKI'A'rRIcK RUTII KNUDSIEN MRS. M. C. LOCKIZ CLEO LUCAS ALICE MI'rcIIELL 5 . . Trmslzrvr MARIAN SIIIRER MARY SIIORE CLARA STONE ANNA TlflAMlES EVELYN Woon MARTIIA G. BEASLEY MARY FARLEY liovmas CORA CARR BRISKEY EUNICE GRIITI-'IN JESSIE MAI MILLER AERA PICKENS DoRoTIIY YouNGnLoon " aswtwwzczwz mwfisswwfswzs ' THE COROLLA, 1929 I " 1 xg: QWGQWDGWWJCWWGFWDQWW GNWJWWWWWWDGWWQW " mwzsczrwwzmwa mwacawracgwrn " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' ' N ' rg? Rho Theta Alpha fHonnrnry Journulistic Fraternityj Founded at the University of Alabama, 1928 OFFICERS 0Rvn,I,E RUSH ...... . . . . . ...... Prfsidrnt PAUL Woolmm, .... . Vift'-Pfl'5il1l'lll Norm B. I-IUnsoN . . . .Svm-lary MER4HIERS ORVILLPI Rusrr CHARLES SUMMERSELL JAMES L. CARTER JERRY BRITCHEY NooN HUnsoN JAMES O. SENTELL PAUL WOODALL ROBERT ASI-ICRAFT JEROME SCHWEITZER Bon MUNDINE AARON SxLvERMAN F. W. MURRAX' PIUGI-I CARDON NED REILLY 344 ' GWWDGWWDWWJ WWJGWWJCWWD ' THE COROLLA,192 9 Q1 l x l G5 'fac'iEE::GEE::mw.5EEEDmED EM:fEEE:5E'EEDGEE:5GEEi56? Cixi Beta Phi An Honorary, Professional, Scientific Fraternity founded at Randolph-Macon College in 1916 The Object Of the fraternity is to promote interest in Science. I Colors: Colonial Blue and Crimson W IOTA CHAPTER Establishvd 1025 F RATREs IN FACULTATE l Flofwer.' Cape Jasmlne DR. J. W. GRAHAM DR, GEORGE I. ADAMs DR. STEWART LLOYD DR. ARTHUR R. BAUDER FRATRES IN UN1vERs1TATE DAN DAUGHERTY . . ............ . . GEORGE BDE .......... . S. M. DENTON ....... . WILLTAM W. ALEXANDER . . . . . T1 MEMBERS GEORGE EDE BILL ELLIS JOHN B. GOODE LEMLEY GARRARIJ H. M. MASON A. E. RAYEIELD J. A. STALGUP WILLIAM W. ALEXANDER GEORGE BARNES LESLIE BELL W. H. BERNARD P. E. CLEMENT DAN DAUGHERTY S. M. DENTON . . . . .1'rc.v1du1t . . Vice-Prwidenl . .Secrvlary 'L'H.l'1l7'l'l' DONALD C. SANFORD ARNOLD SHIREY R. A. SHOT'rs W. P. STEWART 1. A. WALKER BILL E. WHITE YANCEY BRAME 345 " GWWDGNWEGWWI5 A QWWDGWWDGWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qu ' 1 R ' fl WGQWDGWWDGFWGWWGNW GWWGNWDGWWDQWWEWWQQ Pi Delta Sigma An Honorary Art Fraternity founded at the University of Alabama in September of I924 The , purpose of the organization is to improve the standards of art on tlIe campus Membership is selected from the outstanding artists at the University OFFICERS MARY EARLE PA'1'roN. . . . . . . . . . Prmdent FANNIE POLIIARD . . . . MEMBERS RUTH PARSONS GANELIIPI GOGGENE EDNA LEE MACDONAIIIJ CLAUDE L, SMITH BURKE JoI-INsToN ALBERTA AUSTIN SYLVIA ARMSTRONG MERTON AUSTIN MARY MORRIS 345 . . Sncniary Treasurer NOEL DUNHAM RUTH JONES MARGARET WILSON VIRGINIA LIPSCOMB CIIARLES ALDRITIGE MoNA VAN I-IoRN MRs. Suvnvrs WILLIAM BLACK " GWWDGWWDGWWD GWWJGWWGNWE " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 l 1 ' G3 'wciamcwmawsaaazawz avamcwaaaazawzaaafim' Tau Kappa Alpha National Debating Fraternity Founded at Indianapolis, May 13, 1908 ALABAMA CHAPTER Founded 1922 Publicaiian: "The Speaker" OFFICERS ORVILLE RUSH. . . . . . . . . . . . :HUBERT HAYES. . . . . . . WILLIAM CLARK. . . . . . . . MEMBERS ORVILLE RUsI-I HUEERT HAYES SEYIJOURN LYNN LEWIS SMITH JANE SCHOENFELD CHARLES SUMMERSELL ERNEST PARKER HoYT M. Donus 347 Colorx: Light and Dark Purple . . . . .President . .Vice-President . Secretary WILLIAM HILL DR. EDMUND G. Hown WILLIAM L. CLARK T. E. JOHNSON JOHN FOSTER C. G. MOBIES C. P. NELSON " GWWDGWWDGWWE GNWDGWWEGWWQ " , -J' THE COROLLA, 1929 Qs ' 1 I ' G2 WQEWQGEEOQEEJEMOQMO QEEQQEEJQEEOWEOWHY The National Society of Scaininard. and Blade Founded :It the University of XR7iSC0l15iI1 in 1904. Sixty-five Active Companies Colors: Red, VVl1ite and Blue Pullliraliom "The Scablmrd and Blade" COMPANY K, FIFTH REOIMENT Exlalalishrzl in 1923 OI'IfICERS OF COMPANY K. JAMES S. FREE ................... ...... C faptain ROBERT K. BELL ...... ..... F ir.rl Lifulzfnanl VVILLIAM D. ROEY . . . . . Sfmnd Lirfulcuafzl GEO, B. JOHNSTON ...... . . First Scrgranl LOUIs V. ALLEN IRA C. BALLARD CHARLES B. BARMORE I-IOY D. BLACK JAMES Y. BRAMIE, JR. HENRY S. DANIELS DAVID L. DE-IARNE'l'TIi ROBERT C. DOUGLAS REYNOLDS E. DOUGLAS SECOND SECOND SECOND SECOND SECOND SECOND SECOND MEh1l!ERS IN THE UNIVERSITY LEON M. DUNNINO ADDISON P, DRUMMOND WILLIAM A. ELLIS JOIIN M. FowI.ER VVAY.'l'IiR VV. FLOWERS JOIIN H. CPILLILAND, JR. BAGBY I.. HALL PIAROLD C. HILL CARL T. JONES WILLIAM H. PICRENs NIEMBERS IN TIIE FACULTY UIILAND O. REDD, JR. HENRY H, SNOW, JR. EARLE SMITII ANGUS M. TAYLOR JAMES A. WALKER VVILLIAM D. FRY HUGIIIE T. MCINNISII MALCOLM REEvEs CI-IARLEs E. ADAMS DR. CPEURGE H. DENNY CART. J. W. RAMSEY, Inf. COL. PEORAM VVHI'I'VVOR'I'H, Inf. CAPT. J. I-I. HAGEN, Inf. CART. L. L. DILLON, C.E. CART. P. VV. RU'l'I,l5llGE, C.A.C. CART. WALTER B. JONES, Inf. 0.R.C. ALUMNI IN THE UNIVERSITY . SECOND SECOND LIEUT. W. I-I. BARNARD, Inf, O.R.C LIEUT. R. H. BROWN, C.A.C., O.R.C. LHiU'l'. FRANK M. KOIIN, C.A.C. LIEUT. PIARRY Lf NICNEII., Inf. , O.R.C , O.R.C LIEUT. VV. A. DOMINICK, Inf., 0.R.C. SECOND LIIEUT. J. D. MANCILL, C.A.C., O.R.C LIEUT. II. R. DOWLINO, Inf., 0.R.C. SECOND LIEUT. H. A. MARTIN, C.A.C., O.R.C LIEUT. A. M. GARBIER, Inf., 0.R.C. SECOND LIEUT. PIUGII QUARLIES, Inf., 0.R.C LIEUT. L. BRYANT HOPE, C.A.C., 0.R.C. SECOND LIEUT. BRYANT M. SIELLS, C.A.C , O.R.C LIEUT. LYMAN I'IOI.I.AND, Inf., O.R C. SECOND LIEUT. A. C. S'l'AIH.ER, C.A.C., O.RC 348 " GNWDGWQGFW GWWDQNWDGWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q Q I 1 ' La. " czwzzsamzwwrs czwzsawscwz " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q ' 1 ' irq? 'wdwoawwssfwwaowwoawwa awmawwsawmawwsawwisw Phi Beta Kappa National Honorary Scholastic Fraternity Founded December 5, I776, at the College of William and Mary GEO. H. DENNY W. B. SAFFOLD C. H, BARNWELL EDWIN FOSTER JAMES J. Dos'I'ER JOHN J. CQRAHAM S. J. LLOYD J. S. THOMAS LEE BIDGOOD S. C. HoUsER E. HUDSON STRODE RoY W. KIMBROUGH PEYTON BIEE ALPHA OF ALAIIAMA Eslablishnd in 1851 MEDIBERS IN THE FACULTY GEORGE LANG JACK P. MONTGOMERY R. J. LITTLE BRooRs FOREHAND ROBERT S. HODGES E. BASKIN WRIGHT C. E. WILLIAMS TOM GARNER DR. GEo. I. ADAMS A. B. MooRE WADE COLEMAN MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY R. L. GARRARD LEE GLOVER CHESTER KNIGHT RALPH E. ADAMS A. J. FARRAII KA1'HERINE OZIIURN JULIAN MANCILI. MARTHA PARHAM CLYDE BROOKS GEORGE J. DAVIS DR. E. S. HowE DR. W. P. OIT DR. H. M, KNowER HUGH QUARLES EDGAR M. SCOTT, JR. WM. F. ADAMS LEIGH HARRISON LEWIS SMITH DANYL V. DAUGHERTY HARRY MITCHELL 350 " GWWDGWWWW CIWWCF WJGWWJ " THE COROLLA, 1929 .3-1 ' 1 ' GQ ' 'wcwzawwzmwtaawmawm cwzmwsmwsawwaawism' DR. JOHN R, MCCIIURE V. P. MCKINLEY LEE GLOVER DR. JAMES HOLLADAY DR. CLYDE BROOKS L. I. COTHERN W. D. ROLLISON WILLIAM J. BROCRELBANR J. V, MASTERS A. HoBsON DAVIS BURKITT W. HAUGHTON . . ROBERT DOBSON . . . . CHAS. B. CLEMENT Masonic MEMBERS IN FACULTY .. 1 X . I DR. THURSTON RIVERS DR. f5li0RGE LANG OFFICERS DR. RALPH MCBURNEY CHESTER KNIGH'l' . MARCUS WHITMAN COACH USH0R'1'Y,' PROPST COL. P. W. WIIITWORIII SERGT. J. B. GREGORY DR, B. A. WOOTEN DR. JAMES J. DOsTER DEAN ALBERT J. FARRAH DR. E. B. CARMIGIIAEL . . . . . .President . . Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer EMMETI' B. SHo'I'I's ...... Carrmponcling Sfcrelary JOSEPH W. FORD ARNOLD WILsON L. J. KENNEDY JOHN R. WALKER WM. 0. SHRAUER W. H. ROLLEN GEORGE T. ROGERS DUDLEY OVERBY CLARENCE MACMILLAN G. W. BONNER W. C. JONES GEO. C. MERRIMAN, JR. MEMBERS JOHN E. HAMBY OTIs L. JORDAN W. G. GAIKLE THOMAS M. GACIIET LEWIS L. DAVIS ARTHUR L. COOPER SOLOMAN BAXTER JOHN A. BROXSON ROBERT ARGO C. B. MONTGOMERY HERBERT OSEORNE R. L. FARRIS 351 C. B. LAMPKIN JOHN MILLER ROY J. WAGNER ED SAUNDERS H, R. MCCRACKEN G. B. ESPY W. D. NEWTON J. B. STAPLETON C. C. BARTON HURLEY KNIGI-IT W. A. GRAY JOHN L. BENNETT " CFWGWWDWWD GWWDGWWDGNWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' ' ' La. wdwmawmcmwcwwbmm cmmmmmmmmmwbwm Gamma Sigma Epsilon Honorary Chemical Fraternity Founded :It Davidson College in 1919 Colors: Blue and White Flofwrr: Blue Hyacinth FOUNDERS L. P. Goomz M. A. SIsKE M, R. DOUBLES . DELTA BETA CHAPTER Established in 1923 F RATRES IN F ACULTATE STEWART J. LLOYD E. B. CARMICHAEL A. M. KENNEDY JACK P. MONTGOMERY RAY L. FARABEE TPIOMAS N MCVAY G. D. PALMER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE GEORGE EDB LEMLEY GARRARD DAN V. DAUGHERTY W. W. ALEANDER W. H. BARNARD WILLIAM E. WHITE RoY BRADSHAW HERBERT CULLEN 352 ALLEN E. RAYEIELD CLARENCE WEST SCOTT JOHN ALLEN STALCUP Ross ANDERSON KENNETH WARREN L. M. BELL WILLIAM ROBINSON ARNOLD GRADY SIIIREY " QMEGMEGME EEEEWEEQME " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-z f 1 'I fc-rg Tau Beta Pi Honorary Engineering Fraternity Founded at Lehigh University in N85 Fifty-five Active Chapters Colors." Seal B rown-White BETA CHAPTER Eslablixhcd N ofvmzber 20, 1926 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Publimlio 11 .' "The Bent" DEAN GEORGE J. DAvIs FRED R, MAXWELL DR. B. A. WOOTEN OFFICERS DONALD C. SANFORD . ...... ........ ........ P r esident JAMES ALBERT WALKER . . - . ......... Vice-Prexidmzt ALLAN E. RAYFIELD .... . . . . . .... Sz-cn-tary LEON M. DUNNING . . . . . Corresponding Srcrelary PERCIVAL C. CLEMENTS. . . . . . . . .Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS REYNOLD O. SIIo'I'I's SIDNEY M. DENTON LEON M. DUNNING MARVIN E. I'IAYES PERCIVAL C. CLEMENTS OWEN C. HASSELL MCDONALD R. PHILLII-s DONALD C. SANFORD 353 ALLAN E, RAYEIELII VICTOR SCIIARNAOEI. JOHN ALLAN STALCUP JAMES ALIIERI' WALKER S" GMDQMEEME QEWEEWJQEEE " THE COROLLA 1929 FP I 1 I G3 YSMDLFWQCMDQMDWQ LFEQQMDQMDLFQQMDGY Blue Key N'1tion1l Honornry I'r'itLrInty founded at the University of rl0l'lll1 Ill 1973 The object of the fr'IternIty is to promote 'Inx service for the betterment of the school Election to membership 15 lmsed on outstanding leadership lll College Activities lIstIhlisl1etl at Alnlmmzi iII I9 6 OFFICIERS ANDX VVLLIS .... President WooLsI I Y FIN Nl II Vzcc Pnszdenl BOLNFAU MURRAX Secretary LrsI Ir GRAN I .... Trl asunr M EM II ERS B E R'I' ARMSTRONG LESLIE GRANT MILLARD CAMPDELI. BILL PIOWARD NooN I'IUDSON BONNEAU MURRAY MACK REEVES WII.I.IAIvI S'I'EwAR'I' ANDY WELLS PAUL VVOOIJALL JEFF COLEMAN JIM FREE BUSTER BELL AARON SILVERMAN IRIS CARMACK HUGII DowI,INc LEWIS SMITI-I WooLsEY OSIIDRNE HERBERT OSIIORNE BILLY PAR'I'Low JACK MCGUIRE ORVILLE RUSH CLYDE DAVIDSON IKE BALLARD I-IARRY PRI'rcIIE1'r J. O. SENTELL BILL ELLIS ARTHUR BROOKE CLEMSON DUcKwoR'I'II 354 " mwacztwrsczem czwzsczmwfrnczewzs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' fl' " amzczgwmmwgz czwgziawzsswz " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' " 1 fl IN RECOGNITION OF ALBERT BURTON MOORE, A.M., PhD. CCHICAGOJ DEAN OF 'I'I-IE GRADUATE scHooL, WE DEDICATE THIS PAGE OF THE 1929 COROLLA A SCHOLAR, A GENTLEMAN, AND A FRIEND. R"!' 'FT G3vQjQ91K9 356 " mwfimwzwm awwawmcwwz i' THE COROLLA, 1929 G3 Q1 ' 'L ' ru. ,V .x A ' x r. A u' 1 -K X J A V'- - 'A .. ff - ' :sfo . We -. 1. ,s,+.s.g,g 6 . ... ' Sgegaq 9.10 fitbfbfsx. ..-5-,. U .'.v.v.v.q 1.5 G. ' 9v.v.v.Q4 1-"AFM firitisqq lxfvqvg-A -'nxv.6AQ 4' 'v D'-"A l7'3':"'4 N176 4'4"' bfOQO,'qv9' sgyg' M , aveicififvf 'g'.'q- .aazfafsit Qfm 'Ax 'TO'6'6TA' 4- fx 30493 47 05 AQQQ9. 09 -X 'WV 9 9 A- UVQN 4 0 ,Q Q Q v , x 9 4 g .O 59 C -9 sv' . gi. 94' X N U 53' dll' u K r '4' .9 . CLUBS 357 " Qwwscwaawwa cmmmwamwa " THE COROLLA, 1929 FD-1 ' 1 ' G2 welmmmmmmcwwsawws mwaawwbmwnawwzawbw "A" C1 lp 11 OFITICERS IIUPII DOVIIIRC . . ..... Prrszdenz VVOOISIIX FIRNELI, .... . Iflrr Prrszdrnt BILIx PAR'I'I.0w . . . . . Sncrclary JFFF COLEMAN . . . . Trcasurrr NIEMBERS ToI,nER'I' ISROWN ARCIIIE LEACII CLARK PEARCE EARL SMITII MILLARIJ CAMPBELL ELLIS I'IAGLER JAMES SKIIIMORE MALCOLM REEVES FRANK ELLIS MOLTON SMITH BERNARD HOLM VVILLIAM HIcKs HUGII STARLING O,NEAL ROGERS MELVIN VINES' I. K. LITTLE ROBERT MILLER LEO O'NEAL I-IERBERT LARRICK PI-IILIP GREEN Jos Mosnv JACK WILsIIER JOE GEE HOMER TANKERSLEY VVALTER HILCIIER CLYDE DAVIDSON AARON SILVERMAN THEODORE SPETZ 358 " WWCFWCZNW GWWJWWDGNWD " Q THE COROLLA, 1929 359 " ciwzsmwscmwa czmmawaczmw " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-I ' 1 4 1 G2 whmmmfmwaawwawwa awmwwaawmmmewwbw The Flat Cans Founded at the University of Alabama in 1927 J. GUzzLUM DAWSON . . . ORVILLE RUsH ,.... SIDNEY PELEGER . . . CLETUS COLEY . . HOWARD WELDON . . ORVILLE RUSH JOEL DAWSON SIDNEY PFLEGER CLETUS CDLEY HOWARD WELDON JAMES L. CARTER NED REILLY CECIL STRAWBRIDGE OFFICERS MEMBERS Bos MUNDINE 360 . . . . . .President . . . Vice-President . . . . . .Secretary . . . Treasurer . Sergeant-at-Arms PHIL OTIS NELSON RAYMOND GDURLEY CLYDE HARRIS JOHN CADDELL MILTON PULLEN ADOLPH ZOPPA BENJAMIN TREADWELL PAUL WODDALL ' awzawwamws awmmwsaws ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q3-r ' f " ' vga Parasites Club Inter-Fraternity Society Organized 1916 OFFICERS JOIIN MCQUEEN . ...... ....... . Prmidcnl CALVIN LYLE . .... . . Sncrzrlary-Trcasxzrrr - MEMBERS VVILLIAM HAMILTON MALLORY PRlVE'I"lL ToMMY KENDRICK JAMES Kmn MERRILL HARRISON HUGH MALLORN' RUBEN HERREN BILLY MCQUEEN ULAND REDD ANDY WELLS EDWARD DOUGLAS HUGH DOWLING BUBBER CIfIRIs'I'0PIIER 361 " czwzsawzsmwrs awzscwzscrwza " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' Q Gate CO-Operative Union Of Defeated Politicians Slogan: "My Kingdom for il Vote" OFFICERS VVOOLSHY FINNIELL ..... .,... . . . Cllizff Crabllvr of Ihr Deal PAUL WOOOALL .... . AARON Sn.vuuMAN , . BOB MUN'mNlc. . . QPWENDOLYN BELL ..... . . . . Kl'1'fIl'f of Ifllf Dnftfl . Sm1'ar1'r of lhc Salfvu . Kzwjrzfr' of Ihr Gate M IE M ls ERS Romam' K. BELL Y'ANK BERMAN CORDE'I"l'E BROWN LILLIAN Ckosnv HUGH DOWLING ADELINE I'IoUGn'1'0N VVILLIAM PARTLOW MALCOLM REEVICS LAWRENCE K. Ammlaws VVOOLSEY FINNELL CLARKE PEARCE PAUL WOOOALL En ACKERMAN WILLIAM JACK Bon MUNOINL AARON SILVERMAN BEN O. HARMON GWENDOLYN BELL 362 " GWWWWDGWWD GWWJWWDGWWE5 " . . . . .Crabbwr oftln' Dval THE COROLLA, 1929 I 1 - ' rg? " czwzawrsawm mmawzuaws " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 I :Q WGQWWWQWWQWWDCFWD GWWDGWWDWWDGWWJGNQGY Key Ice AII lnterfrzlternily Social Organization OFFICERS TOMMY KENDRICK. . . . . . . . . F. D. Sco'I"I' . - FREDERICK MURRAY' . . . M EMBERS DONALD DARLING WII.LIAIvI HAMILTON En. DOUGLASS BUSTER LAWSON BOSWELL JoIINsoN MOLTON SIvII'I'II Jon Gnu BILL ELLIS WALTER SowELL FRED JERNIGAN JACK CALLEN CEOATS CIIARLIIS VVILSON En COMER MI'I'cIII2LL BLACKSIIEAR WII.LIAIvI HOGAN DAvIn RosER'I'soN DAN JERNIGAN AnoLPI-I 364 . . Sfcrciary Tfrasurer BILL COMIZR YANCEY BRAMH ALIIIIRT' RANKIN ARCHIE LEACII RonIzR'I' DOUGLAS AL CASH H. P. MCCAIN FRANK CARROLL CIIARLES HOWARD ANDY WELLS JOHN GREY DAN MCLIIAN CECIL HURT ROIIHRT NOLAN En Bvzooxs R. VVIIILIAMS STERLING HAMILTON I-IAMI'noN " 4' THE COROLLA,19Z9 Q F9 I 1 V ' LL GWWJWWDQWWWWDGWQG? " GWWDWWGNWD GWWBGWWJGWW 1' THE COROLLA, 1929 Gi I 1 4 GH Qdwzcwwacmwzcswwaews cwwacmmcwwswwscmiiy Skulls FUUIIKICKI :It the University of Alabama in 1909 IVIEIWIZER IN TIIE FACULTY E. IIUIIsoN S'I'R0nII NIIEMIHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY IIUGII DOWIXNG . . . . .......... . . . . Pifildflll MIIIARD CAMIIIELI. . . . . . . Vue Prcszflnz' PONINIAU MURRAY . . . . .... Scrrrlary Trmmrrr IAIUGII DOWLING JOIIN MCQUEEN BILLY MCQUIZEN HONNIIAU MURRAY CIIIIRLES PI'I"I's Doc ROGERS BABE REDD MII.I.ARn CIxMI'nIsI,I WIII'I'Ev LARRICK REUEEN IAIIQRREN IBEANEI' SMI'I'II Axcus 'l'AvI.oR BUCKET S'I'UEIIs GENE GARIZER JOIIN CPILLIAM SAM PERRY JIMMY Iloon MIKE PIcRIaNs Conn LASLEY GoATs GEORGE MOORIZ I-IIL'I'oN McKEE OSCAR L.-'XMBliR'I' CIIARLIIS SMI'I'II AIIIE JoIINsoN ALIJEN SIMPSON COLEMAN HooI-ER DUIJLEY KIiBOW BILL YANCEY JOIIN CARIIWELI, JESSE YEATS ICK LOVELACE BILL MAJOR DAN MCCALI. Jo SMI'I'II 4 366 ' cgwzawrsawm cawrscgwzacmwa ' A THE COROLLA,1929 Q ro I 1 ' rs:- K " cmwacwrfmm czmmcwrfawm 4' THE COROLLA, 1929 9, . I I . ,GI 6 Gwmawmcvwscwwscwaw Arch lub OFFICERS MxII0RI PRIVI Il . . . .... .... I 'nszdrul VS III IIR I I0vsIRs , . .... . Fm I'rrr1IlnIf ARIIIUR BRUOKS I - . SI'1'r'r'lary-Tfumzrn WooI.sEx' FINNELI j0If1N SIIEALY IMGIII' I'IIILI. AR'I'IIU'R I5RooRE W IxI.'I'ER FLOWERS- jolc Mosnv CLIEI' '1'IIoIvIIIs Fos'I'ER lIAMII.'I'oN BILL IIOWIIRII PE'I'YoN BIBB MAI.I.0RY PRlVli'l"l' BILI. AI.IIRI'I"I'oN 1xIliAlBI3RS RIIII BROWN HII.I.v, MAYNOR LoN GAMMAGE OSCAR r1qURNER Ross SMI'I'II MELVIN NELSON Gowrs GORDON EDEN 368 BII,I.Y PAR'I'I.0w CIIARLES ANIIERSON JIMMIIE KIIIII CALVIN LYLE PETE GIVIIAN 'IQIERRY RIcImRns0N MERRXIII. HARRISON CIIARLES BEIINE fIENIi AI.ExANIIER I.EwIs Ll'I"1'Lli NICK BRIISWELI. NoR'I'oN CIIRIs'I'oI-IIIIR GAIL Goom.oIa GENE GII0Ls'I'oN JULES I'IERIlER'I' JOE SIIEPIIERII CIIARLES MM' " Gwsawzscws ciwrsawrscwza " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qv 'A 'L ' ff 359 " GNWDGWWDWW WWJGWWJWWZ5 " THE COROLLA,19Z9 ro, . I , 1 Pi AII Intex Soronty Club founded :It Rdllilfllpll-MHCOII, May I, IQO4. Established at the Universnty of AIIIb:Im:I, November zo, l928. PM jzurjmrur of lhzs organiznlion is lo forfwarcl .wfial aclifuilics bl'ffLUL'l'7l Ihr sororilins on Ihr rampus OFFICIERS FANNII POIIARII . ...... . Pre.mlrnl CoRnI III BROWN . . Secrrlary-Tr1'a.vur1-r M EAI IIERS HELEN DAVIS JANINE MILLER MARY JIESSIE FINNBLL FLORENCE '1'IIoIvIAs GENEVIEVE NELSON CARoLv-N IQIERSH VIc'I'oRIA DAVIS FANNIE POLLARD DORA LEACII ANNE PETERS CLARA STONE AIJELINE I'IOUGlI'I'0N EVELYN SIIEIIIIERII RUBYIZ KIJONCE MAR'I'IIA IIE WEESE R0sE WALLACE rFURNER GWENIJOLYN BELL MARX' GREY MOR'I'0N RUTII SWAIN FRANCES DEAN REYNOLIIS FARLEY MOODY BOYLIES CATIIERINE HARWEI.L BESSIH LEE MARIo'I"I' CA'l'I'lERINE CIIAPMAN CORDE'1"l'Ii BROWN JEANETTE BLACKLOCK JEAN IIERMAN MARION SIIIRER ETIIIZL CIIQTMAN DoRo'I'IIY VVILsoN NoRMA BEAUGARIJ VIRGINIA CIIAIIMAN CLARA GRIFFIN VIRGINIA MCLEOD MELIIA LINER MARTIIA G. BEASLEY AILENE MAXWELL MAIJGE CLARRsoN ELIZABETII SlIAliFFIiR LOIS SWANN Ru'I'II KELLY RACIIAEL FI'I'zGERALIx FRANCES lTo0NE I-IENRIE'I"I'A WALKER ELLYN SANDIaRsoN 370 " wwacwamm awmcwsawm " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' 19 r. ,L Q ff " mmawzsmwz awsawvmawz i' THE COROLLA, 1929 pw ' 1 ' G9 Yiwscmwsawwsawzmm Cwmawsawzscawwsawdii BROOKS Jouxsox . Insure Diffs . . vo. NliVVS'l'liAll . . R. VVALKICR . . . JACK liRoY1.1a'i'r1x . W. B. lflfws .... Joux I-I. NANCH, JK. . Russizm. I,vI.rc . . . S. A. Foknsox . . , IIORACH Y. JOHNSON, FRANK I-Iukr.0Nc: . . BERNARD Coon-ma .. Jon GRIFFIN , . B. J. SMITH . Jmrr Busu . . J. C. S1'maI.ia . . . JACK PA'l"l'liRSON . Jon GUY .... I., IIliUs'rxs . . . VV. C. CAI.nvs'la1.I. . Tom COOK . . , R0maR'r Fuussioxia . PAUL STONE . . . CIIARLIIZ Iisws . . Nouwoon CARROLI. . G. Biu'r'l'oN . . . R. Slwmoms . . JACK I.x'I.n , . . DAVID Nmzwoon . . J. D. FLOWIERS . , 0 Alpha Tau Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . . Priuflrnl Chi Phi . . . . . lfifl'-PI'IJI!1'l nl Phi Kappa Sigma . . . .Sruziaiy Alpha Tau Omega ..... . . . Trrasmn CuAKI.lcs A. CUNNINGIIAM . . Doucl..-is lViClVlL'l.l.liX . . HORACH 'I'URx1cK . . 372 . :ilpha Tau Umrga . pilpha Tau Omfga Sigma .'1l,hha Epsilon Sigma flljaha Epsilon Sigma qlljrha lfpxilnn . . . Kap-ha Xllpha . Sigma N11 . Sigma Nu . . . Sigma Nu . . Kappa Sigma . . Kappa Sigma . . Kalhjza Sigma . . Sigma Chi . . . Sigma Chi . . . . Sigma Chi Dflla Kappa Epsilon Drlla Kappa Epsilon . Phi Ka,b,ba Sigma . Phi Kajhjma Sigma . . . . . Chi Phi . . . . Chi Phi . . I,amlnia Chi . . Lambda Chi . . Phi Dalia Thfla . . Phi Dfllfl Thrla . . Phi Dflla . Phi Gamma . Phi Gamma . Phi Gamma Thzrla Dalia Dalia Dalia " cawsczmmzxwa cwsawrsams " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q, I 'L ' ' rg? " WWQWWJGWW FFWQWWQWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 l rg COIHIHCTCB 'illllli COMMERCE CLUB was first organized at the University of Alrxhzuna during the Scholastic year of 1922-1923. Its purpose is the closer aflilizxtion of students in the Commerce School, and the creation of 11 spirit of good fellowship among them, which may result in the advzlncement of the purposes of the Commerce School. LDFFICIYRS CLYDE W. DAVIDSON . . .... .... . l'rr.vidcu1 JOIIN O. STUARDI ...... ..... If irc-l'nfsir11'rI! WAYMOND D. CRENSIIAW . . . Srcrvlary-Trfaszm'r BEN O. AHARMON . . . Publirily .flgrul CURTIS M. HOl.DliR . . . . Sf-rgwanl-al-."1rms MEh'IIiERS CIIARLES KNlGli'l' FRED C. WILLIAMS KEN V. JAMES EARNEY SI-IAW EWELL OWENS W. R. SITLER G. S. CONNER'I'II CIIESLEY B. BROWN LEO BREWSTER, JR. J. ALBER'l' ELLIS RUTH McCAI.L CLARENCE R. lVlCl.,l!NDliN W. R. DAUGIIERTY GEO. ALEXANDER KENNE'I'EI SIMMONDS VVILLIAM G. COLLINS, JR. WALTER L. SPEED ALDEN L. RICRLES FRANCES P. O'BRIEN PAUL KNIGI'l'f GORMAN KNIGl'1'I' WILLIAM ALLEN ED DAVIS CASTER G. WILLIAMS RAYMOND VV. HARRIS S. WILSON PAGE JAMES GLENN Wlllilil.ER B. GLENN CEPIIAS L. SMITH EVA ADAMS VVILMER S. POYNOR JAMES L. PIHRSOI. STEVE T. MCINNIS WILLIAM A. SlNGI.I5'l'liRRY M. P. GREEN A. P. IURUMMONIJ LEWIS L. DAVIS HAROLD J. Tll0Ml'SON ROBERT PORTER BERTRAM WEINEAUM HENRY A. DAVIS REYNOLDS DOUGLAS ROGER B. FROST GEORGE H. VEAZEY RILEY E. DAVIS PAUI. MCCULLOUGH 374 VVALLACE R. MASSEI' CLINTON NEWMAN Fox LIGIITIEOOT JOE TAX'l.OR HEARD CLEMSON DUCKWORTII CURTIS M. LIOLDER CLYDE DAVIDSON J. M, SIIAVER VVILLIAM I-IERSCI-IEL CAMP C. A. MCADAMS T. J. SIfIELNU'I'T WILI.IAM PIARRISON HOLDEN HOWARD ROBERT ERVIN EUGENE A. KELLEY LILLIAN CROSBY HENRY PIUGIIES VVAYMON D. CRENSIIAW JACK USSERY BEN O. PIARMON JOIIN O. STUARIJI AARON SILVERMAN JAMES L. CARTER " GNWWWJGWQ GWWJGNWJGWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 f , -W1 Q W l " " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qi ' 'L 4 Q Education Club MRS. MIRIAM AUSTIN LOCRI-1 . JOIIN O. BRONSON .... IiIassIII FINNIII jr-:ssIa . J. II, NIQWMAN II. 0. WIIIIIIS. liIaA'I'RIcIc Afllili MILIIRIIO ALIQNANIIIIR OR'I'IcI2 ANIIIIRS AI.BI5Ii'l'O INOII ALIS'l'IN OIIAL BARRINGIER , S. M. IiAx'I'ER I1A'I'RIcR ISIINTON RAYMONA BIaR'I'RAM Vl5S'l'IiR BICI5 J. C. BLAIR RIIOINA BI.AIzIa IEIIWARII F. ISLANQIIARII CORIJE'l"l'li BROWN NIILLIIQ BROWN JOIIN 0. BROXSUN MRS. V. S. HROXSON ALICII jon BURNS ANNIIL LIeIz BURNS ANNA ICATIIHRINIQ IEYRIIM LIIWIS T. BYRIIM MRS. LAURA G. BRUNSUN J. H. S. CIIURCII MRS. NIQLLII COuL'I'I-:R AURl'l'A lJOssIa'I"I' EUIIA F. IJUBOSIE CIIARLIIS C. IEIIMONIISON LOUISE ENOnAR'I'II OIPI-'IQERS MEAIIIIIRS IOA FISIIIIR IJIINNARII IENORAM MRS. ICUNICII GRII-'IRIN F. IC. GU'l'HKIli .lOsIcI'IIINIf HARRIS TOM IIOIIGII I.OuIsIc IlOIfI-'IIR ,IANIII IRVIN liIfssII3 FINNIII Jlsssn RILIIY Joxns ICI.III5R'I' KIIII1 FRANcIcs IE. liIRKl'A'l'RICK C. M. IQUYKICNIJAIJ. FANNIIQ B. LAVIQNIIIIR I.II.I.IAN B. LIIONARII MIQS. MIRIAM A. LOCKI5 liI.sA LUNImouIs'I' KA'I'III.IIIIN M. LORIQI' FRIfn F. MARTIN IIOR'I'IaNsIa MAI' MARY MCCARTIII' LIION li. MOOIJX' MILLIQR MOULIIIIR MRS. C. P. NIILSON C. P. NIILSON P. O. NIILSON C. F. NFWIELL 375 . . . . . .Pl'I'Jll1I'llf . . . Fifi'-l"I'!'.fidl'lll . . Sccrwlary . 7'rva.rIn'1'r Rzfpnrlcf' LOIS NIawIcLI. J. H. NIIWMAN IZIINA OLSON Suslla PEACH G. '1'. RODGIERS VV. H. ROLLIIN BIIRTIIA ROOIIIN LIEOND D. RoYs'I'oN SARA SIEGALL SOPIIIA SIEGALL EMMII'I"I' B. SIIO'l"l'S LIQNA MAY SIMMONS AIINA SINGLIz'I'oN LEONA SKI2L'I'oN NIELLIIE SMI'I'II MARX' IiIII'I'II SI'IIcGIcI G. S. SPRUILL LIQONORA S'I'own BIsssII5 S'I'RIcKLANII MALLA PAYNIE TAIIII ICSTIQLLE 'FRAYLOR WM. I-I. VVALKIZR flER'I'RUlJE WANIIRA H. O. WIIIQKS FANNYE WENIIR CARL'I'oN VVIIITE WILLIAM H. YoI.IaN " mmcwswwz mwzawzssmws " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ffl' wdwswmawwaawsmws cwmawzewmawwawkaw " GWWGNWJGNWJ QWWJWWGWWE5 " THE COROLLA, 1929 F3 1 55 Pre-Med Club CJFFICIERS LESLIE M. BELL .... ..... .... . P resident S. C. BLACKSIIEAR. . . . . lfinr-Prc.vidrnt LILLXAN INGRAM .... . .... Sccrvlary JAMES O. JOIINSON . ...... Trwzxzzrrz' IRWIN GRIEI-'IN , . . I.'nI'n'.vj1or1rlizzg Srfrrvmry T. IC. LAND . .- , . Sr1'gra1I1-al-flrmx DR. KNOWER . . . . Club fldfvisor HONORARY NIEAIBIERS DR. CLYDE BROOKS SAMUEL ABRAMSON ' JOSEPII ALCARO ARIANA ANTHONY HARRY BERKOWITz BENJAMIN BERMAN BENJAMIN S. BLACK JESSE BLACK EDWARD BOYD JOSIEPII CACCIARELLI FERNANDO A. CAMANCIIO FRANCIS CI-IARLES CARLOS E. C. CLAYTON HAROLD B. COIIEN VVILLIAM T. R. COK A. R. DADDARIO N. P. DEGA'I"I'O EDWARD FIEIRER JOIIN FIDANZA JOSEPII FIDANZA DANIEL LOUIS FORTH C. M. FRANKLIN, JR. ROBERT A. FULTON RICHARD R. GLASSMAN ALBERT J. .GLISSON ROBERT L. GRIFFITII IYUEAIIXTEIXS JOE GUY RALI-II S. IIAWKINS NIARGARIST R. HILL LAMAR S. HOLLEY IEDWIN HOWE AARON I-IUEFMIRE CLINTON JACKSON OIDTON KELLY SOLOMON KlZSSI.I5Rv LEO IQNIGIIT VVILLIAM ICOSERSKY JAMES S. I.AMBliR'l'll HAUGIITON BEN LARKINS WILLIAM LEE PETER MA'I'I'IA LAWRENCE MILLER SAM J. MORGAN JACOB MOSSIZS HENRY MULIIAUSER S. NATION CYEORGE W. NESEURN J. S. OSMEN1' S. M. PIENNER EDWARD C. PICK NATIIAN POLLACK 373 DR. Al.S'I'ON Fl'l"l'S FRANK ELLIOT POPE JOIIN INZER REID, JR. OSCAR S. ROBINSON DOMXNIC TOM Russo ALEX SACKS I-IERMAN SACKS LEE SCIINEIDER VVILLIAM D. SIEDBERRY JOE MORRIS SIIAW PAUL J. SIIAPIRO ROLAND SIIORT GEORGE KENNETH SMART VVILLIAM H. STEPP FRANK P. SWGLIA VICTOR SZANTON STANLEY TARKA ARMON L. TOWNSEND SAMUEL P. TULLOS LUTIIER WEEE LOUIS E. VVESKER LANEY VVIII'I'IillURS'l' JAMES VVUGLlO'l"l'A W. I-I. VVEEMS D. B. HARRIS W. O. LI'1"1'LES " czmwsswfsawrs awscswacwm " THE COROLLA, 1929 P 1 ' fl' " Gwmmmawm awzmwacmms " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qfran 1:6362 GNWDWWJGWWGWWDGWWD M WWJQWWDGWWDGWWJWW CECIL HURT. . . NED STUDBS . . . RUTH KNUIBSIEN . . ANDY WELLS . . VV!-IITE GIBSON ELLYN SANDERSON ANDY WELLS BUSTER BELL FRANK CARROLL JEANETTE BLACKLOCK JACK CLARKSON HERBERT WINN JANINE MILLER JESSE YEATS JACK ADLER Ross SMITH REUBEN HERREN Blaclcfriars OFFICERS MEMBERS WILLIAM YANCEY AARON SILVERMAN EVELYN WOOD MAY BRADFORD LUTZ ANDY GRIFFIN ROBERT MEIGS GORDON W. LINDSAY EDWARD KILGROW CHARLES WHEELER JAMES MUSTIN, JR. FRANK PEIRCELLI FRANCES SAMUELS IANTHE MCCANNON ROBERT W. SMITH 380 . . . . .Preszrlcnl . . Vice-Prcsidml . . . . . . Sz'cr4'tary Business Manager LEWIS A. SMITH JAMES S. FREE EDWARD JAY WALTER B, FLOWERS E. RUCKER STUBBS ELIZABETH BRIGHT RUTH KNUDSEN CLEO LUCAS BILL BLACK JOSEPH LOBLEY CLARKE MOORE GENE MORRISON JAMES LAWSON " GEEISHEEEEQ OEESGEEEGEEE B' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' fel. QQWJGWWGWWJWWGWW GWWWWQWWJGWWDWWBTQ A Lucky Break A three-act comedy was the first play presented by the Blackfriars for their animal fall performance. The directing was mo-st superbly executed by Ml'. T. Earle johnson, and a splendid cast gave the best acting that has been seen lately at the University. The leads were played by Ruth Knudsen and joseph Lobley. Ned Stubbs in the leading comedy role was a riot, but as a matter of fact the entire cast played as though they were dramatic pioneers. Mr. Johnson is to be congratulated on his initial presentation at the University. 381 " ewrwaemae mwsewoewzf " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q2-I l 1 ' G5 Omega An Inter-Sorority Club founded at R8ll1lflll7ll-MIICOII WOmHll'S College in 1893. M M. LOPliZ-'TRELLES MAxINIa HANKINS LORA ARNOLII GERTRUIJE PERKINS IIARRL BAUCUM ALICE BOYD FLORA F. KIRKPATRICK JULlli'l"l'H AUERBACII ALICE MI'1'Cl'IliLL MARX' MI'I'cIII5LI. JANE AIIERCROMRIII EMBERS MAY Ruufn BIa'I"I'x' HARDISON SLAY BAUCUM DOROTHY I-IANRINS EVISLYN JENKINS LUCILE MUSTIN DOROTIIY ATKINS MARGARIE1' BEAUCIIAMI FRANCES SESSIONS MARION BROVVN ADDALAIGN MORGIXN MILORIQO VFURNER SORORES IN URRI2 MRS. GRORGR BLISS JONES 382 ANNR S'rRunwIcIc ' mwscwacwrs mwzawmcmwa ' THE COROLLA, 1929 This Socie SARAII ELLA IIAUGIITON. . . . . . . . CORD Ii'l"l'E Keystone ty is composed of all the Presidents of c1il'i,S 0l'g3I1iZ!lli1JI1S on 'the campus. i OIFFICIEIQS . . . . . . .Pl'l'.YlllI'7ll BROWN ..... ...... S ffrclary CATIIERINE CHAPMAN . . . . Trcaxurrr CATHERINE C1-IA RUTII SWAIN . CORDETTE BROWN . . . . RUTII KNUDSON HoR'rENsIz MAY LOUISE CLARK . VICTORIA DAvIs EUNICE GRIFFIN FLORA FRANCES CLARA STONE . MAXINE PIANKINS . . . FANNIE POLLARD. . . . EVELYN Woon . ANNA CATHERINE BYRUM . . FANNIE POLLARIJ. . . . Pllflid1Ill'lllllI'itl7l MEM RERS . Prcxidmlt of Kappa Della . . . . . President of Zeta Tau Alpha . . Prasizlmzt of Chi Omega , . . Prcxidrnl of Alpha Chi Omega . . . . Prosidmt of Delta Phi Sigma . . l're.rirlfal of Alpha Xi Della . . Pri'.ridmzt of Delta Zeta . . .... Hall Chairman . . . . . Honor Council . 1'rc.vidoat of Pan-Hellenic . . . . , . 1'rcsifli'nl of Delta Delta Delta . . . Presiden! of Omega . . . . Prwiden! of Pi . . . President of Hypatia . President of Y. W. C. A. PMAN.. .. ADNA SINGLETON. . . . . . . KIRRPATRICR . . . 333 cxwamwaawwa cmwaawzww ' 'X THE COROLLA, 1929 F9 I 1 , waimmmmmmwmm awmmmswwsmmmbwa University of Alabama Glee Club TOM f:ARNliR '88, Director Twenty-Fourth Season. 1928-'29 VVIIIIAM D. VVILSON . . . . ..,........ , . .l'1-fmlml VV. f?LIENN' NICHOLS . . . ........ Snfrflary LAWRENCE ANDREWS. . . .,.. . . liusim-.vs Managfr EDVVARIJ S. JAY ED A. ACKERMIKN JOSEPH D. BENNli'I"1' LEON J. LAVIGNE W. clI.l5NN NlCIl0I.S JOIIN P. GARNIER J. EUGENE GIESON DEVVI'I"I' C. MEAD BRUCE MCEIXCIIIN EDGAR M. SCO'I"I' VVM. D. VVILSON JOSEPH CARROLL LON C. GAMMAGIC LAWRENCE ANDREWS J. L. BATSON JOIIN T. IVEY TIAROLD L. ROGERS Fizzvl 7'1'7l01' EDVVARD II. SAUNDICKS ALVIN S. DAVIDSON 'VOM XV. DAWSIEY Srzronrl yvflllll' N. GORDON MIY.I.liR THOMAS H. READ JEROME BRI'I'cHEv CLYDE C. ITARRIS L. LEON TIEARN SCO'rr ITUBERT LARRY A. LONG Firxt Bfzys VVINSTON VV I I I'I'E GORDON CAMERON HOYT M. DOEES Second Bass ROBERT W. SMITII WILLIAM W. HOY GEORGE M. LOGAN 'PIIOMAS J. SHELNUT JESS L. DURJIAM FRANK T. HERLONG JEROME B. HORN TOM LAWRENCE FLOURNOY I.0VliI.ACl5 ROBERT S. MEIGS LAWRENCE A. ROOT CIIARLES F. SMITH IIERIIERT VVINN NOIEI, DUNIIAM IIUGH I.. EDWARDS EDWIN KIMEROUGII 'IQRAVIS E. MELTON BILL BARBER JEROME D. ENGEL EDWARD W. GRANI WILLIAM B. RIVES " cigwamwbawu awmcmrscswm " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-1 ' 'L l GI Wumc, RIVES, DUNHAM, AYERS, HUHERT, REED, GIBSON Capstone Grchestra I'Iere's to the Colors of "Crimson-VVhite" Medley of Stringed Instruments . . . Songs My Mother Taught Me . . . Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella . . Piano: fab Scotch Poem ..... Cbj Juba, from "In the Bottoms" . . Blue are Her Eyes ........ From the Land of the Sky Blue VVater . On the Sea ........... Douhle Quartet: Cal Stars of the Summer Night . . Cbj The Rosary . . The Capstone Orchestra . . Goin' Home, from the Symphony, "From Stringed Instrument Medley . . . . Shipmates o' Mine ..... Rantin' Rovin' Robin ..... Terpsichore and Xylophone . . . Negro Spiritual-Listen to de Lams . Guitar Specialty ....... Alma Mater . . . Program PART I . I,uln'bucl1l . . . . Arranged . . .1J'U0l'llA'-Sllllfll . . . Old Frmlcll Carol Mlll'lJOQUI7ll . . . . . Dell . Ilfinllrr W'alI.r . . .Cadman . . Dudley Burl: . . Collzryf' Song . . . . Nwfuirz PART II . . . . . . .WlNs'roN VVm'ris tlVIgn-.5 PART III the New World" . . . Dfvorak . . . . . . . . . .flrrangnl . . . .S1u1rf1'l'.mll . . . . Smlcll Folk Song . . . . . . . .f7rrangfd . flrrangnl by Curlis Burlin . . . . . . .fIl'I'llll!lI'fl . . Annie Lisle 385 S' awamwzmwrs cwaasmcswa ' THE COROLLA, 1929 'Egolf 116953 MAX' BRAIIEORII LUTZ . I EVELYN VV00n . .... MARY KIRAY MORTON E'I'lIEI. Gli'l'MIXN ANNIE JOE CATIIEY ICTIIIZLXNE Donsox CA'l'llERIN!i I-IARwEI,I, HERNICIE BAMIIER DOVIIE BRIIIGES SARA I'IAR'I' CoI,EIvIAN FRANCES l3ooNE ETIIEL CIETMAN EUGENIA KIRK juI,IE'r1'E AUEREACII MARIE L. BROWN Bli'l"l'Y CURI. Girls' Glee Club OFFICERS MIEBIIZIERS First Sofzrrzno MAX' BRADFORD LU'I'z AImAI.AIcN MORGAN JESSII5 MAI MILLER Sccmul Sojrrano LOUISE CoLI.IER LILLIAN CROSBY MARX' GRAY MOR'r0N First .fl Ito VIRGINIA MCL!-SOI! AIIIEEN MAXWELL MARGARET SIRES Szfroml Alla VIRGINIA DOBBINS FI,oRA F. KIRKP1K'l'RICK 386 . ..... . Prnxidcfzl . . . . . . Sncrclary liusiruzvs Manager flfrowzzjuzzzixf FRANCES DEAN REYNOLIIS MARY EVANS ROSE EVHLYN SI-IEIIIIERII IQATHLEIEN NEWTON ADNA SINm.E'roN INIEZ RUNYAN CLARA STONE MILIIREII TURNER EVELYN VVOOII HELEN MENDEI. CLAUDIA SLAEE MONA VAN HORN ' GNWJWWJWWD GWWDGWWHGNW ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q2 ' 1 ' - A A The Womanns Council OFFICERS SARAH ELLA I'IAucu'roN . . . . . . . . . . .... . .1're.viden! Lois BUCKNIER . . . . . . . Vice-President GANELLE GOGGANS . . . . .Scrrrlary IVIEMBERS I.n.mAN Ckosnv AL1sxxNA Dumouv IDA FISHER ALICE Mx'rcmaLl. ANNHE BR1'r'1' S'1'ANnl1frk JEAN BAER MARX' JESSIE FINNELL CATHERINE HARWIELL Vxc'1'ok1A DAVIS FANNXE Pou,.ARn DOROTHY BOCKI.E'I"l' GLAm's SMITH RUBY KooNcE 387 " Gwzcwwseww mwsawzwm " THE COROLLA, 1929 PP I A I GW JAMES L. CARTER . . DONALD C. SANFORD . LESLIE M. BELL C. G. BRECKENRIDGE M. C. DUNN RUBY FINCIIER JAMES C. LASLIE JAMES W. WARD J. B. GOODE KENDRICK I-IARE CLARA STONE RAYMONA BERTRAM JEROME M. BRITCIIEY ETIIEL EDDINS MARY BURNS IDA FISIIER CYNTIIA FULLER HARRY PIORWITZ - MARY IONS BURKE JOHNSTON JOSPEII JAMES BESSIE JIESSEE MRS. R. KIMDROUGII EI.IZABIi'I'lI LOUGIIRAN ROBERT MEIGS ALICE MITCIIELL WILLIAM PICKENS MARY PA'I'1'ON CAROLINE PICKENS MACK SEIDMAN ANNA TIIAMES I-IUEERT 'TUBES unior Faculty OFFICERS . .' . Prasidfnl ALLAN E. RAYFIELD . . . . Srrrwlary . Vzce-President DOROTIIY YOUNGBI.0OlJ . . Trvaszu-fr ' MEBIBERS ANNIE R. WOLDSMITI-I CLEO MAE LUCAS JULIE'l"l'E AUERDACII C. B. LAMKIN FANNIE POLLARD MAE BRADFORD LU'I'z HUGII W. CARDON V. B. MURRAY RUTII SWAIM DANIEL H. TIIOMAS PAUL WOODALL ERMINE WALKER ALBERTA AUSTIN HELEN DAVIS MRS. FLETCIIER POWERS ALBERT CASEY CATIIERINE CIIAFMAN VIRGINIA DOIIIIINS MARIE SCIIUSTER ZONA SMITH AUIIREY STABIIER SARA E. HAUGI-ITON MARTIIA JACOBSON FRANCES MEANS HUGII QUARLES JAMES O. SMITII FRED RAY DANIEL DAUGIIERTY MORRIS ELKIN MELTON KARDON ALDEN LANDEL MORRIS SCIIAFFER JOIINNIE PATION EVELYN WOOD IRA PAUL BOWERS JAMES H. NEWMAN HARRY SAGOTSKY JEANETTE BLACKLOCK JOSEPII CUNNINGIIAM DENNARD INGRAM JULIA LITTLE PIIILLIF BUTLER JOIIN H. CIIAFMAN KATIILEEN GIBSON JAMES REEDER JEROME SCIIWIEITZER BESSIE STRICKLAND JEANETTE JOIINSON ARTHUR L. BROOKE WILI.IAM H. CAMP JAMES L. CARTER H. L. COOK WAYMON D. CRENSIIAW CLYDE W. DAVIDSON H. A. DAVIS REYNOLD L. DOUGLASS DEAN GOODSELL BEN O. HARMON JOE I. HEARD J. D. HEREFORD, JR. VVILLIAM L. JESSUF GEORGE R. OLIVER JOIIN SCIIOR JOIIN M. SIIAVER, JR. A. C. SILVERMAN PERRY SMITH JOIIN O. STUARDI C. G. SUMMERSICLL DOROTIIY YOUNCBI.O0IJ I-IORTON CAMP LEON M. DUNNING OWEN C. I-IASSELL PERCIVAL CLEMENTS DONALD SANFORD CLARENCE VV. SCO'I"I' GEORGE EDB JOIIN A. STALCUI- HERIIERT CULLEN JAMES MOSELY JAMES L. WADSWORTII BOGUS I'IAYIES ALEERT RANKIN, JR. A. P. MARRESS ALLAN E. RAYFIELD ORVILLE SCIIRADER WOOLSEY FINNELL RAY BRADSI-IAW WILI.IAM L. ROBINSON MCDONALD PHILLIPS REYNOLD SIIOTTS C. P. NELSON 388 " SMSSMSGEED OMSSMOCFWS " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-z ' 1 ' xgb w , .M L...n...,..,, ...-...- ., ,.- , 1 339 " GNWQGWWDQWW WWJWWDWWQ " EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: THE COROLLA, 1929 QR ' 1 ' IEA. 5 Student Government Association OFFICERS LEw1s A. SMITH ...... ..... ........ . P resident Hov BLACK ..... .... . Vice-President HERBERT OsEoRNE. . . .... . . . . . .Sccrctary-Treasurer ARTHUR BRooK JAMES L. CARTER JEFF COLEMAN NELSON FULLER J0sEPI-I HAYS WILLIAM INGE HILL BEN O. HARMON JosEPII Mosnv FREDERICK MURRAY TOMMY KENDRICK CLARK PEARCE HARRY PRITCIIEIT A. L. RANKIN DONALD SANFORD JAMES O. SENTELL E. B. SIIOTTS RoEER'I' RAMSEY W. R. STEWART PAUL WOODALL K. E. PROPST A. B. HENDRICKS SARAH I-IAUGIITON HCJNOR COMMITTEE I WOOLSEY FINNELL BONNEAU MURRAY JAMES FREE CLYDE DAVIDSON WILLIAM PARKER CLEMSON DUcKwoRIII HOOPER KE1'l'H 390 " GWWDGNWWW WJGWWDGNWE " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qwl' 'lm X rvx, J 0 A J -'J 9 4 .PvW5GWWI5CTWW,5 391 , ' cmwfsawscws cawzsmwzmw 1 THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-I ' 1 V 1 G3 wewsawzfmwzwwacwm mwsswmawsmwamwism' Philomathic Literary Society This is the oldest 0I'gillliZllti0ll Oll the campus, being organized in 1832, next yenr 'Ifter Ihn UlliV6l'SiQ' was fmlntled. LJFFICIZKS IIUGII CARBON ...... .... . . Pnndrnl CLYDR DAVIDSON . . . . . . If1cfI'rzs1dn1l WAYMDN BISIIOP .... . . ..... Srculmy J. T. Wlann . . . ...... Trcaxurrr IRIS W. CARMACR . . I-IUDERT HAYES . . ELLIS DARBY , . . ORVILLI2 Rusn . . J. I-IIIFLIN NIIWMAN . OR'I'Icu ANDIaRs WAYMON BISIIDP HUGI-I CARDON IRIS W. CARMACK W. H. CAMP P. B. CLEMDNTS WILLIAM CLARK JAMES L. CAR'I'IsR WAYMON CRIaNsIIAw EZRA CRUMPTON ELLIS DARBY CLYDE DAVIDSON Jon FAnooL GRIFFIN HARRISON Llaw M EM BERS IS SMITII 392 If'oren.vic lZcprIz.ml1ta1ifI1." Criric . . Program Sacrwlary . . . . .Rcjborler . Sr'r'gr'au1-al-Armx C. M. ICUYKENDALL HUDERT HAYES I'IucI-I EDWARDS J. IILFIN NEWMAN C. P. NELSON SYDNEY PFLLGER EDGAR PRUETT ORVILLE RUSII HUGII QUARLLS T. J. SI-IELLNUT JAMES O. SMITII J. C. BLAIR ROBERT ERVIN J. T. Wnnrs ' czwmzwacmwa mwsczwwaamn ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q F9 I 'L ' x',L 393 ' cxwzcwwcwrs awaawaawri ' THE COROLLA, 1929 F0 , . 1 I ,916 Euphian Literary Society JESSE T. BONNEY . FRANK BROAIWVAY . EDWIN WORD. . . JDIIN A. CADDELL . IRVIN GRIFFIN . . JAMES O. SliN'l'lELL . WVILLIAM B, I'IUIli . ORVILLE RUSH . IRVIN GRIFFIN . . VVAYMON BXSIIOP . EDWIN WORD . . JOIIN CADDELL . l'IUBliRT HAYES . . FRANK BROADWAY . VVILLIAM B. IIUIE . JESSE LEE DAFFRON A. H. VVARNER , . JESSE T. BDNNEY . OFFICERS FOR FALL TERM, 1928 . .......... . .... . . . Prmidrnl . . Vice'-1'rfrsi1lm1t . . . Sccrfiary . . . . . . Trcaxzzrwr . . Forfmic Rapr1'.s'mItalifuc . . . . . . . Rrjrorlnr . . Program Sfcrnlary . . . Swrgmnl-al-.4rm.v OFFICERS FOR SPRING FFERM, 1929 . . . . . . Prnsidmzl . . Via'-Prrxificzzl . . . . . . SL'crclary . . . . . .Trcaxurz-r . . Fnrrrzxic Reprcsmztalifvn . . . . . . Rrjmrlnr . . PI'0fH'll7l1 Swcrelary . . . . . Critic . . . . Musician . Svrgcan!-al-flrms MERTBERS JAMES L. CARTER C. P. NELSON WAYMDN BISIIOF JESSE T. BONNEY PAUL BOWERS FRANK BROADWAY IRVIN GRIFFIN HUBERT PIAYES INGE HILL PIOOPER KEI'l'II WILLIAM A. PRESCOTT ORVILLE RUSH J. O. SENTELL EDWIN XVORD JERRY BRITCIIEY WILLIAM B. I-IUIE WYATT SMITH A. H. WARNER CHARLES PRICE MILTON PULLEN WILLIAM O. SIIRADER JOHN A. CADDELL CLETUS COLEY JESSE LEE DAFFRON EDMUND WYATT CLYDE DAVIDSON " GWWDGWWDWWD GNWDGNWDGWWE5 " THE,COROLLA,1'929 v 1 - ' rg? 395 " mmcmmcmm cwmmmmm " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-I ' 1 ' G9 wdfwmawwsfmmmmcmw cwsswwommamwamwbw A1313 31113, Uadfallgle OIfIfIcERs WII.LIAM JISSSUI' ...... ..... JAMES I-IEELIN NIEWMAN . . . IRIS W. CAIzIvIAcIc . . . JAMES O. SEN'I'ELL .... . . MIEBIISEIQS CIIEs'I'EII ALLEN Iflox' BLACK IRIS CRAMACK JACK CLARKSON BILLY PAR'I'LoW BILLY COCIIRANH JEFF J. COLEMAN CLYDE DAVIDSON PIIILII' DAVIS CLEMSON DUcKwoII'I'II JAMES FREE JAKE IfIENIIEIzsoN . . . . . . Pl'L'.fi!1t'lll . . . lfica-l'rz'sidmzt . . . .Sncrriary . Trcezxzzrfr WILLIAM JIZSSUI' BUIIKE JoIINs'I'oN RoEER'I' LI'I"ILE VVALTER MERIIIIL WAIJIER SCOTT MINIER JAMES I-IEIfI.IN NEWMAN VVILLIAM PICKHNS EIIGAR PRUETI' JAMES O. SEN'I'ELL AUBRIZY STABLER TIIIEOIJORE SIIE'I'z GRIFFIN HARRISON VVAYMON l3IsI-Iov 396 " mwswmcwwa cimmcwmawws " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q Q., I 4 ' ' Lx. WQNWDQWWDWWGNWQWWD GFWDGWWDGWWGWWDGNWQW W nn-, , 397 " GWWDGWWDGNQ WWGWWDQWWI5 " THE COROLLA, 1929 ep I I , cn Excelsior Literary Society IIARRY Dm' . . AUIIRIII' I'IARwIII.I, CIIARI.Ias SMI'I'II . Jnssn BONNEY . JAMES O. SIsN'I'IeI.I. AURRIQY IIARWIILI. lloRAcIc I'luI,cAN F. E. GUTIIRIII . Jlzssn BONNIII' . IIARRY DIEY . IIooI1IzR KIiI'1'll , I. OIfIfIcI2Rs FOR FALL TFERRI, 1928 OIfIfIcI2Rs W. CARMACK VV. C0cIIRANIs EZRA CRUMIITON IIARRI' Dm' AUIIRIIY I-IARwIsI,I. EUGIINIQ FUI.I.IcR lIooIfIsR K!El'l'II CIIARLES MAY' -I. I'IIIIfLIN NIawMAN JIM S'I'I2m,I2 DAVID RomaR'I'soN ORvII.I.If RUSI-I J- O. SIcN'rIcI,I. VVILLIAM S'l'liEI,E FRANCIS GIVIIAN FOR SPRING NIEMBERS . . l'rr5idvI1l . V i cu-I'rn.rid1'1zl . . . Sccrrlary . . . Treasurer . . Forensic Rvprnsc1zla1iw rrERM, IQ2Q . . 1'rL'5ifl1,'nl . Vim'-1'rc.vifI'c11l . . . Sarrrlary . . . TrL'a.run'r . Snguzfzl-111-flrfllx BORIIEN RAY Jlfssrz HONNHY LARRY NICDONALIJ HENRY MIzIf J. M. MORRIS JACK IXLE KRIZSS PATRICK BILL ORRISON . Parliamfvllarian DOUGLAS MCMUIIIIN F. GUTIIRIIE fTl5ORGlE NIavvs'I'IIn'I' CIIARI.Izs SMITII I,uI'III2R INcAI.I,s AIIIIIIRT VV EST HORACR I-IULGAN JEROME l3RI'I'cIIIcv 393 " awwaawawwa awmawzcwm " THE COROLLA, 1929 CP,-1 ' 'L ' 399 " GMHQMQQMD QWWJQWWQQME " THE COROLLA, 1929 69 J 1 I G3 'gwmawmmmmemmm WEEQEWEEOLEWEEEEJE' Erosophic Literary Society A Literary Society, Exclusively for Freshmen OFFICERS JOI MORRIS ..... . .... . . . . Pltildtlll HUKII BARR MILLER, JR. . . .... . . lfzn Prcszdmt VIRGINIA MACLEOO . . . . . Snwclary-Treasurer NIEM IIERS VIRGINIA CIIAPMAN CIIARLIE WOOLIIRIIIOE LOIS LANOIPORO ROEERI' L. INOALI.s MADGE TERRY JACKIE ICEENIER BUIIOY BARTII T. ALBERT VVEs'I' BINOIIAM SMITII JOIIN DINKINS ROMAN VVIZIL PAUL RICII JEROME T. MOORE JACK SIIEIRER JACK LYLE 40C VIRGINIA NIACLIEOD FRANCES SAMUELS WILMER POYNOR PALMER SIIAI-'EER DUNCAN MCLEMORE IAIUGII BARR MILLER, JR JOE MORRIS MONROE HORN AOATIIA PREscO'I"I- JACK ENOLEIIERT CHARLES SIIANNON W. M. BARGANIIER ROEIIRT GRIFFX'l'II MARY MI'I'CIfIELI. IWIILDRED FFURNER " GWWDGWWDCZNW GWWDGWWWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 4ox " CFWDQWWWW GWWDCFWJWWD " - THE COROLLA,19Z9 QR ' 1 1 rg? Y. M. C. A. ROIIER1' IIILI., Gruwra! Srrrclary T. J. SIlIil.NU'l', I-IOY D. liI.AGIc, CHARLES CLl5MliN'l'S Assixtzzizl SrcrI'Iari1'.v LJIVI-'ICERS I.I.OI'D JOHNs'I'ON . .... ..... ..... . V . . . Przrsidvnl J. O, Sl5N'l'liI.I., JR. . . .... . Vic'k'-Pre.vidrn.f XVAYMON BISHOP . . . . Swlwlzzry-Trawsurvr CABINET FOR 1928-'29 IIOOPER ICEXTII AUBREY STAELIIR FRANK DURRETI' LLOYD MCBRIDE ERNEST A. RAZIIR ELLIS DAREV JOIIN H. DEY EUGENE FULLER MAI.cOLM REEvEs ORVILLE RusII JAMES L. CARTER O'I'Is NELSON WILLIAM CLARK FRESHMAN CAIIINET FOR IQ28,29 GEORGE '1'InwIaI.I. .................. . . . President AI.IIIcR'I' WEST ..... . . . . lfiu'-l'residml D. JOHNSON SMITII ........ . . Sccrwlary - MANGUS BRINKMAN EDWARD W. GRANT T. A. HEREFORD ADVISORY BOARD GEORGE LANG ROBERT MCCLELLAN IIII.L T. A. AMBROSE GEORGE H. DENNY J. T. HORNE JACK P. MONTGOMERY T. J. SI-IELNUTI' 402 CHARLES CLEMEN'I's JEssE THOMAS U. S. Prrrs Hoy D. BLACK " EMEQEWGEEE GEEQGMQCEW " THEUCOROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' SEQ 403 " awzsswrsmm awzsswzscswzv 1' THE COROLLA, 1929 QR V 1 ' rg? Y. . Cabinet Fon 1928-1929 CJFFICIZRS ANNA KA'l'lIlERlNli ISYRIIM . LII,I.IAN CROSBY ..,... . IRMA GAYLE CO'l"I'ICY . . IIIA MAE S'I'AI,I,INGs AIJNA SINcI,E'I'oN . . VIRGINIA DIIEIIINJ . I.oIs BUCKNER PAYNE TAIIB GANIILLE GOGGANS CIEIIIESTIE JONES EvEI,vN Woon IELSIE BUTIN . . . . . . Prmirlrnl . . . View-l'rc.vidmt . . . . Sacrwtary . . . . . 7'r0:z.vIzrI'r . Chairman Fl'I'.f1lIIIlUl C0lllIlIiffl'L' . lI11clm'gr'1IzlIuI!1'Rfjlrcmrzfzllifvc CABINET NIARGARIVI' IIILI. LILLIAN INGRAM VERA NELLIE WARII CoRA CARR BRISKY EUNICE BRUNSON LOUISE CoLI.IER BECKI' I-III.I. FRESIIMAN CABINET LOUISE COl.I.lliR, Prrsidfnz CAIIINET M EMIIERS PIIOEIIE I'IUxI-'oRII KA'l'lIIIEEN LOCKEY CARRIE JACKSON MARYE SCRUGGS I.oIs LANcIfoRIm JEAN TI-IoMAs 404 " Qwmswsawm awmzwwawwz " THE COROLLA,19294 Q1 ' i - ' ' :ED i w P i 405 " WWGNWWWD QWWSCFWEGWW " THE COROLLA,' 1929 ff? , 1 4 GW 'wcglwzcwwcswrfawwaawm emnawmswwaawzmwbm' The FOIFGIISIC Council OFITICERS IIUBLRI C IIAIrs . . . ...... Pwszdenl WILLIAM I CLARK . . . . IIUCII W. CARDON . . . . Secrrtary MISHIBERS f:lZORCE ALEXANDER IRA BALLARD HoY BLACK FRANK S. BROADWAY I-IoR1'oN CAMP I-IUGII CARBON IRIS W. CARMACK WILLIAM L. CLARK EZRA CRUMPTON HARRY DEY REYNOLD DOUGLAss CI-IEs'I'uR FERGUSON AUBREY I-IARWELL HUIJERI' C. I-IAvI2s WILLIAM I. HILL WILLIAM JACK JOI-IN LONG S. I-I. LYNNI2 H. J. MCINNIS jon MOSBY ERNEST E. PARKER JOIIN CADDELL ORVILLR RUSII JAMES O. SENTELL AARON SILVERMAN J. WoRnswoRTI-I " WWCIWWDGWWD GWWQWWDWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' -7 1 ' ka. The Club Ghibelline OFFICERS E011 IQZQ I ORVILLE RUSII . .... ........... ...... . P rnszdfnl JEAN BAER ................ . . . Vicz--Prrsident J. H. NEWMAN . . . .... Surrlary WILLIAM L. CLARK . . - Trva.Iurfr. LARRY MCDONALII . . . . . Publicily I-IUGII WILLIAMS ,. . . . . Programs ELEANOR ONIIERIIONK . . . . ..... . Crific I-IUEER1' HAYES ......... Slffflflllll-llf-f11'7ll5 MEMIIERS JAMES L. CARTER JEAN BAER JoIIN CAIJIIELL I'IUGII CARDON EVELYN CARNES WILLIAM L. CLARK SARA HART COLEMAN LILLIAN CROSBY EzRA CRUMP'I'oN JOHN HOS1'ER I'IUBER'l' HAYES LARRY MCDONALD J. H. NEWMAN GUS A. PE1'I'I'I' CHARLIE PRICE ORVILLE RUSII JANE ScIIoN1fELn MARYE SCRUGGS CEIZORGE MAC SEIDMAN ANNIE BRIT1' STANDIFER CECIL STRAWBRIDGE VVYATT SMITH CHARLES SUMMERSELL HUGH QUARLES HUGH R. WILLIAMS " " THE COROLLA, 1929 QR f - 'L 5 G2 The Pre-Law Club OFFICERS FRANR R BROIOWAY . . .... . . Preszflcnl LIIARLII PRICI , . .... . . . Vza Plcxzdnzl CWI NIJOIYN FliI.'l'ON . . . .... Secnlary JOHN FOSIIEE . . . . ORVILLE lfIARRING'I'ON . CHARLES SI.A'I'RIN . . . MEh'Illl3RS DARIJEN BYNUM JOE G. BURNS JOIIN CADIJELL JOE CRELL JOHN EUBANKS A. M. Esw GWENOOLYN FELTON JOI-IN FOSHEE PIERCY GOIIEOLD F. W. GREEN WILLIAM HOLLAND MARIE LOUISE IIAGLER MILES S. I-IALL ORVILLE HARRINGTON E. MAR1'IN I-IOLMAN I-I. M. HULGAN C. F. LUNsIfoRO CIIARLES LILLIENFIELD JO!-IN LONG 408 . . . . Trcasurvr . Sf'r'g1,'arIl-at-flrrlls . . Program Secrrlary WINSTON B. MCCALI. H. M. MIZE CIIARLIE PRICE HOWARD Sco'I'r CI-IARLEs SHANNON CHARLES SLA'I'RIN JOE STONE WYATI SMITII JOE THOMPSON M. L. T EKS CARNEY TEFANK FRANK WILRES EDWIN S. WORD THURSTON SIIEPARD FRANK R. BROADWAY LAUREDA LANCASTER DOUGLAS SIvII'rH I-IUEERT C. HAYES ORVILLE RUSH " cswmmwzwwio swwscmwmm ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-HSI' IG? Qwrfczmmczmwfsscwmawwa 1 QWWWWGWWJQWWDGWQ 4-09 " GWWQGWWDQWWJ CFWJQWWGWQ J' THE COROLLA, 1929 Pawn. Iucwfit GMWGWWQWWDGNWGFWZ5 45 The Jacobin Club A Debating Society Founded at the University of Alabama in 1928 Purposr lo foster forensic endeavor among the stnclents and to offer suggemons as to lxvely subjects for varsity debates. OFFICERS FOR 1928-'29 ORVILLI: RUsII . . .,........... . Pmvzrlcnl IIUBIRI IIA1Is .... . . V1CL'Pfl'5ld!71l WILLIAM CLARK . . . . . Seen-rary MER4BERS ORVILLE RUSH HUBIERT HAYES WILLIAM CLARK CIIARLas SLATKIN CIIARLIis SU1vIIvIIzRsELL HUGH CARDON NED REILLY ROBERT AsHcRArT jnssm BONNEY 410 I-IooI'I2R KIzI'I'II Joi-IN CADUELL CIIARLII2 PRICE JAMES 0. SIaN'I'IaI.L AUBREY HARWELL jnssnz LEE DArrRoN GUS PETITT LARRY MCDONALII MAX SEIDMAN GWWGNWDGWW WWJGWWDWWD THE COROLLA, 1929 QE ' 1 ' YG: Contemporary Debating Club ELEANOR ONIIERDONK . . . CATIIERINE HARWELL . . EUNICE GRIFFIN . OFFICERS CoRnE'r'I'E BROWN Q JEAN BAER EVELYN CARNES CATI-IERINE HARWELL MAGDALENE HURs'I' FANNIE WENER HoR'rENsE MAY IDA FISHER KATIIERINE PRuI'1'I' CORIJETTE BROWN ANNA KA1'llERlNE BYRUM LEONA SKELTON NELLE CoUL'I'ER MIIEDRED MARTIN IRISNE MARSHALL JULIETTE AUERBACI'I CORA CARR BRISREY MARY ELIZAEETII WILI.Is EVA ADAMS FLORENCE SANFORD EVELYN JENKINS MEMBERS ADALINE I'IOUGH'l'ON AERA PICRENS JANET RIFE SUE PARKER KA'I'klRYN MGUNFIELE ANNA BROWN CLAUDIA SLAIIE CIWHNDOLYN BELL l3s'I'I-IER TIQINJANOFF LILLIAN CIIo'rINA BELLE SIIEnRoRII'z GRACE MEAIJOW KATIILEEN M. FAIIEY HAZEL LE1'I's SARA PAGE GWENDOLYN FIZLTON IELIZAIIETII DAY AIINA SINGLETON EVA PRIDDY MARGARET MILLER PAYNE TABB 411 . . . . . Prcxidenl . Vice-PrL'.vid1'nl . .Secretary . TrL'a.mn'r MAREL SEALS NANCY LEE I'IURT ISABELLE YOUNGBLOOIJ PEYTON HARRIS JESSIE MAI MILLER BELLE LAZENBY CLAUDIA ELLIS KA'FI'ILEEN LOKEY MARGARET I-IALL ELIZAEETII I-IARnIsoN VIRGINIA MACLEGII RACHEL LAEovI'I'z LHNA MENCO SARA ELLA HAuGII1'oN I.AuRInA LANCASTER ALICE CIIENAULT ESTIELLE TRAYLOR FAY KIR'I'I.ANn NELLIE SMITII EUNICE GRIFFIN " GWWGNWDGNWE GNWBQWWDGWW9 " THE COROLLA, 1929 622-z ' 1 ' GI? C. B. Mining and Metallurgical Society AH'iliatccl with American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers. The purpose of the , society is to study the special engineering problems and to create a better J. R. CUDWOR'l'l-I E. B. Nm.soN Bmuvrokn. . . H. S. SALMON . fellowship among the students. FAC U lfrv M msn: mas L. I. COTHERN H. M. LAWRENCE F121.I.ovvsH1v M rammzks J. W. PAMPLIN N. L. KOZLINSKY E. RocA OFFICERS . . . . . . . . . . . . Prusiduul . . . . Vice-Presiderz! D. H. PIQEKS . . ..... . . Sccrclary-Trcaxzzrnr MEMBERS P. J. BAcc1z'rT R. G. SHO'l"l'S W. J. PAYNE B. E. GEWIN M. T. Sc0'1'r . W. BARTIIELMISSS J. C. S'rEP1ueNs C. WINTER N. SKeL'roN J. MurzLt.raR J. E. BUTLER J. HAWK W. L. FORSYTII C. P. ANDERSON R. II. MCCRACKEN J. Sunkvwnukc B. LYNN E. EVANS W. N. HEER 412 " Qwmewmmwa awacemwwfs " THE COROLLA,19Z9 Qeron 'IGH-GQ WWWWCFWWWCFW ff A QWWQWWDWWDGWWDGWW American Society of Civil Engineers CARL T. JONES ..... OFFICERS V. L. SCI-IARNAGEL . . . . . . . T. E. NORRIS, JR. . . . . . . Sccrclary Treasurer NIEIVIBERS LUKE BURKE I-I. H. MULLINS PIIILLII' DAVIS H. F. NEEL AEE FEINRURG T. E NoRRIs S. J. FLYNN J. W OxFoRn J. A. HAMPTON C. I. PARSONS H. C. HILL A. L. RANRIN F. L. I-Iouclc J. N. SAII.oR R. E. JENKINS V. L. SCIIARNAGIEI C. B. JoIINsoN C. A SIIEL'I'oN C. T. JONES C. B. SMITII J. L. WAnswoR'r1I 413 T' cswwacmwamwa czwrsawzsawzs " ' THECO ROLLA,1929 Q1 ' 1 ' GQ swCF5QGWWE5GWWDGNWCZWW25 C'3QNWGWWC1WW25GWWE5GWW1l5GY I League of Women Voters CORA CARR BRISKIEY . . . . "RED" HAUGHTON ..... CORDETIE BROWN . . . CLAIRE SHARMON EVELYN WOOD , LILLIAN CROSBY . LOIs BUCKNIER CATHISRINE BYRUM JEANNE HERMAN PAYNE TABB VERA NELL WARD JEAN THOMAS BESSIE Mosm' ANNA MAE BRANCH MARY ANNA CECIL FAY KIRKIIANIJ GWENDOLYN Fl5I.'l'ON NEL OFFICERS . ..... . Vice-Prendent . . Corresponding Secretary . Recording Secretary . . . .Ti1neKeeper . Treasurer MEMBERS ADELINE HoR'I'oN VIRGINIA DOBBINS LILLIAN INGRAM SARAH CROSBY CLARA STONE MILDRED TURNER MARGARET MILLER SALINIIA TAYLOR CARRIE JACKSON FLORENCE TFIOMAS MARY ELIZABETI-I WILLIS LIE SMITH 414 " OMJGREEQME GMQQMEOMJ " FO THE COR LA,1929 A.,-ffai' 116130: 41 ' . ELLIS Caroline Hunt Club Established in tlIe Home Economics School Of the University Of Al:IbzIm:I, 1928 OFIVICERS VVATTS ......... ..... ..... . P rfszdcfzl RU'I'II DORSEY .... . . . Virn-1'residw1Ii FRANCES DEAN REI'NOI.ns . . . . Smrrrlary I.0IS VINES . . . . . Trrasurnr MISS DOZIHR . . . . Family fldfvimr M EMIIERS ELIzAEIa'I'I'I MCCLASREY SALLAY V. PATRICK ALICE VVI'I'I'Y HREDH HAUGIfI'roN REBECCA I-IILL BERTIIA NELL IIOUSEMAN CLAUDIA ELLIS GLADYS DILLIARII LOIS VINES TIIEOLA WHIGI-IAM RUBY ICOONCE JESSIE REYNOLDS ISAEELL YOUNGIILOOII FRANCES DEAN REYNOLIIS MARY ALICE JOIINSION MARY PAYTON HARRIS ELLIS WA'I'I's RUTI-I DORSEY INEZ RUNYAN HORTENSE MAY BLANCIIE STRIEELINI: FLORENCE TIIOMAS MAY WIIILE BERNICE PIILTON MARX' EMMA CUI.IIRII'I'I' 4-F5 INEz DEAL LORINIE ETIIERIGE BE'I"I'Y JANE fiREGORX NIARYIZ SCRUGGS JIM rFURNER BIESSIE w7IIlTE GRACE NORRIS CIICILA VVIIINEY LOIS BARRENGER PAYNE TAIIII SUE SIIURE'I'I' DORA PIUNTER " CMEEMECEQ LMEEEWQCME " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qu l 1 l CQ 'fcilwmmwamwzmwzawm ewwamwamwaawmewwbm' Lunch Eaters A Tusaloosa club, established in the Tuscaloosa High School April I, 1923. Composed entirely of hungry boys who would steal and eat the noonclay lunches Of innocent little Officers. . . . . . MEh1BERS JAMES S. FREE JACK MCGUIRE OLMs1'EAn COPELAND JOHN CARR LI'l"l'LE ARC!-IIE LEACH JESSE MAXWELL THOMAS MAXWELL BILLY PARTLOW Roman: HENDERSON 416 girls. SAM VARNER MCCALL ROBERT K. BELL WOOLSEY FINNELL CLEMSON DUCKWORTH Kmc FOSTER FRANK JOYCE NEELY TOWNSEND WALTER FOSTER JAMES SHIRLEY " mwsawfaswa waawwsawzi THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 'L l ffm LQQ5mwwQQwmQMrwm GS:w,5Qww,5QwwQmwaQMf:6Y ff , 7 f Z 49, i f 4 3 f - ' ' Q if ff , S v 41551. H ' T1 L W ' --A-'Ivy-X x " ' K I U 'fl 'A 'r..,,,-P Z .. K K I YI" fiiiszwigfgzgk - A QW? I Q1 Q ig? MZ' p2559",.fg G. - f uvgmw. B ,MA .nn11.,2:g5 ll ,1Z5s.: "W-NNN 15 av-P92 X mx ' -', 'Ul m 9: X woifxa. ., 1,2 ,.- I Z Q. '9 2924416 Q ..., xxx .-gh - . 'F' 'Q' PUBLICATIONS " Qwziawwacawz awzmwzafmwa 1' CiENliRAL STAFF THE COROLLA,19Z9 HUOII CARBON NNLLIIE SMITH DAN IIARRIS lIOR'l'0N CAMP LAWRENCE JOHNSON J. L. CALLOWAY 1':'l'Ill5LlNE DODSON JOE FADOOL ALICE CHENAUT WM. JESSUP Corolla The Illlllllill publication published by thc Stlllllillfli Of the Uiiivcreity Of Alllllillhil. 1929 lfflilion 1701111120 36 JAMES L. CARTER ,........ lidifor-in-Chirf J. V. NIASTIERS .......... Ifurully flzlfuimr .ASSOCIATIEIJ ICDITURS ORVILLE RUSH RIIEMBIZRS OF BOB MUNDINE . . PAUL VVOOIJALI. . .ANDY VVELLS . . . El.lZABli'I'll A'I'wOOD . . J. A. VVALKIZR . . CLAUD L. SMI'I'II . . Nlill RIZILLY . . . ROIIERI' ERWIN . . EDITII NICKEL J. H. NEWMAN W. W. MONROE VV. J. MERRILL J'OHN MCQUEIEN GORDON LINDSEY LLOYD JOHNSON JAMES O. JOHNSON LAWRENCE ANDREW DAVID BISHOP ROBERT MAROFF IIODERI' BORDEN IIOY BLACK RAYMOND HARRIS CORDE'I'I'E BROWN J. K. PROIIST I-IEREERT OETTING FLOSSIE FINDLAY FRANCES MEANS JAMES WATTS JAMES O. SENTELL I-IUGH WILLIAMS PROIY. ROLLISON STAFF . . ..'1.v.vi.flanl Edilnr . . . .1f'ral1'r1Ii1y Edilm' .ls Told On You Edilor . . . Sorority Edilnr . R. O. T. C. .fldfvisor . . . . .f1rt1:'Ililor . . . . Spar! Edilor . C07'fl'JP07ldi7lg Editor H. A. ROSENI-'l5l.D W. O. LI'1'I'LEs NIIERTON J. AUSTIN ERNEST A. RAZER AARON SILVERMAN C. E. MUNDINE GANELLE GOGGANS GEORGE LEE TIDWl2I.I. BILL WEATHERFORD HARRY HORowI'rz 418 " QMOEEQEEWJ EEWOQMQEME " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' "' ' G3 COROLLA BUSINESS STAFF VVH.L1AM PAR'l'l.0W .... '1'O1vHv1x' COOK . . JACK MCQEUIRIC . DAv1a ROIIIZRTSON . - I-IONORARY IIARRV PRl'rcl 1 I5'l"l' . . . .liusilzrss Mazmywr . . .-1dfvm'li.fiug A'IlHlllfjI'l' lssixlmzl lfu.viun.v.v Managrr . . . Cil'L'lllIlIi0ll Mllllllfjlfl' M mr Il 1aRs CECIL S'l'.RAVVllRIDGIi f1lENERAl, S'rA1f1f ROI'iliR'l' PIEARSON fPl'10RGI5 AI.l5XANDliRG. H. VlzAsm' O. COPIQLANH SHmNm' Pl"I.liGliR "1.1Nm"' IIOOO ELLIS DARRY JOHN IfI. WALL Luo SIIEGIEI. ROCKHY SEYMOUR BRN 'TRlaA1wvm.I. I.AwRRNclc JOHNSON DAN HARRIS "Ima" BALLARD JAMES O. BARFIliI,D Cuzmz HARRIS CARI. Dowm' ELEANOR ONDHRDONK PIIIL NELSON MARVIN COPRLANO BILLY MCQLHHQN HBAIIICU PIGARCIE FRIEDDIIE SINOTON CHAs. "FO0'1's" CI.liMliN'I'S lfIARRx' l'Iliwl'1'r CORA CARR BRISKIEY JAMIE NIOORIZ En BAILEY IVIILLICR PHIL NraLsON FRIENCIIY YARBROUGII McI.laAN Pl'l"l'S BERNARD P. HOLM VVINSTON MCCALL JOHN IQELLY G. H. Vlmsm' DONALD c:UCGl5NllIiIM IIOOPIZR Knrrn fw, B.. 419 " WWDQWWHGWWD QWWDGWWGNW " O THE COROLLA, 1929 Q 'GI' 1 4 , cswacmmzwamwrfcmm QWWJGWWJGWWDGNWWQJCY Tmso I-IARMON Okv1I,I.II IIARRINGTON JUI.Ili'l"l'IE AUIIRIIACII JIIAN BAIZR ' CI,ARIzNcIa ISowmcN Jmuu' BkI'rcIIIav FRANK BROADVVAY JUI,IUs COIIN The Crimson -White A IICXVSJHIPCI' pIIl1IislIcIl weekly by thc students of thu Uxliversity of Alzlbzunzl. Iistzllmlislwcl as sIII'cressIII' to th Journzxl CInmItlIlyJ on J:InIIzII'y II, 1894. If'r,lIul11' 36 Cirrulzllinlz 3300 OIIvII.I.Ia RUSH, Iftliffll'-ill-Cllil'-f ASSISTANT EDITORS ROIIIQIIT AsIIcIIAIf'I' Jnaxomn ScIIvvIaI'I'zIcIc HUNORARY AssocIATEs JAM IES L. CA muck Pkolf GENIQRAI. STAIPIP PAUL DUNCAN VVIIITON ICI,I,Io'I"I' HUIIIIRT IIAI'Iis IVAN JIswIcI.I, RfJBlfR'l' IQOSOWER IELI R. I.IcIKINIm lion MUNUINE GUS PII'I'I'1"I' EDGAR Rum FIIIHIIIRICII VV. RoI.I,IsoN Nun RI2II,I.v 1x1UIl!lAX JA1vIIas O, SliN'I'liI.I, AARON SII.vIfRIvIAN CHARLES F. SI.A'I'KIN liRI'I'I' S'1'ANDII'IiR IIUGII STANI-'II.I. CAR N In' 'FHFA NK IEIIMONII Wx'A'I"I' 4,20 " czmwacwmawws swgivcswacmwa " THE COROLLA, 1929 Emp 465153 GKWCFWWWCFWCWW Q The Crimson -White BUSINESS S'I'AIfIf CECIL STRAWIIRIDGII, Bu.vim-.rs Managm- lil N 'IXRIEADWIELL . RAIMOND HARRIS . . VVALDROP VVINDIIAM . CHARLIE PRICE . . j B ROmaR'I'sON. . . . fI.r.vi.vlanI IIu,vi1Ics.v Managrr . I'1.f.vi.sla1Il lfn.vf11a'.v.r Manrzgvr . . . . ,-111-vwrtising Mzzlmgfr . !I.v.vis!alIt I'1a'fzJrl'li.vi11y Mamzgfrrg- . . . . Circulaliulz Mmzagrr IAIONURARY MIQAIRIERS VVILLIAM PAR'I'LOw T. J. ABRRCROMIIIII FRANK ADAMS VVM. F. BOOARD IRA C. BALLARD FRED BUCKIILIIW JOIIN CADDIQLL J. L. CALLOWAY MANDY" CARD FRA NK CAs'I'IaI.Low VVYMON CRENSIIAW CI.Ia'I'Us COLIIY MARVIN COI-IILAND IEZRA CRUMPTON IIARRY PRI'l'Cllli'l"l' GIINDRAL ST.-'XFI-' BILL DORD l':l.l.lS IJARBY '1'IIURs'I'ON FAULKNIER C. D. GRAY ISDN O. HARMON DAN IIARRIS VV. C. I'IAY'1'IIli IIORACIE IIUOIIIQS CuR'IIs IIUDSON D. JAIf1fIc MILTON IQINGSHAKICR Hon MfKK0lfl-' RAY MAR'I'IsNs MILLDR VVALTIER MIQRRILI. O'rIs NELSON SID PIfI.IicIcR ROY PIfAIfI-'MAN HBLUICH PORTER MILTON PULLDN JACOB RIEISS DOUGLAS SMITII CIIARLIQS SUMMI JOIIN VVIIARTON LLOYD JOHNSON JACK -MCGUIRD iR5lil.I 421 " mw,:mw.:fc:.Mrf.q c:mw..:sc1mmcwm 4' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 l rg? The Rafnfnel' Jafnfnel' Al1ll1IllUHlS Comic Magazine, published seven times during l the scholastic year, lI:Is estzlblisbed itself IIITIOIIII the lending l college comics of the Fast, and holds tlIe distinction of being tlic only publication of its kind in the state. VVitlI the lllVillllIll1lC :Iid of :In :Ictive staff, "The Ram" is looking forward to greater expansion and progress during the coming yenr. ICoIToRIAI. STAFF FRIQIIHRICK VV. MURRAY, Editor l?AcLf l,'1'Y AIJVISORS L. li. SIlACKlil.l?0RD W. I.. SANDIGF, JR, AssocIATIz EDITORS JAMFS I.. CARTIER ORVILLIE RUSII CIAIIFFS OF STAFF MlaRToN AUSTIN . ...... Jr! Cmio LUCAS . . . . . .Lilfrary PAUI. DUNCAN . ...... Slml'l.v SAM PFRRI' .... . .4zi-vc'rli.viny AARON SILVRRMAN ...... lfxflmngf AI!'I' STAFF -l0Slil'llXNl5 lVlCfiUIRliI C. L. SMITII FRANCIS MCGAIIIIY RUTII joNIcs B. ROSENHUSII NFD MCDONALD RORIIRT K. BELL LITERARY STAFF HYMON A. ROSIENFIELIJ JEROME BRITCIYIEY BETTY CURL BILLY YOLEN jon BIENNFTF FRANK PRIIJGFN " mwawwsewm awmemwaevwzs " THE COROLLA, 1929 1 - A .Mg The Rafflnlef Jafnfflel' BUSINESS S'1'AI4'F I-IARRY PRl'l'ClllE'I"I', lizuirzmxf Manayrr AssocIA'1'I2 Blfsmlass S'1'Alfrf ISu,1.x' PAR'1'Low Clicu. STRAVVRRIDGIE CIRCULATION A4ANAGIER I2RNlzs'1' A. RAZIQK CIENERAL BUSINESS STAFF "Ixus" BALLARD JACK MCGUIRE '1'HOMAS McDowlcl,L RUBEN I'ImuuaN II1aNmaRs0N VVAl,r.Ac1s BILLY COCHRANE L. C. GAMMAGE BILL McQUra1aN " wwrmwfsawn awfiwwssws " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qs ' 1 ' - l :gil QGQWDGWWDWWQWWQQWWJ GWWGWWGWWQWWJGWWQW Alabama Law JOL11'I'la1 The Alahama Law -l0lll'lIIll was founded iII I1725 hy Hon. VV. B. I'IaI'risoII, Secretary of tlIe Board of Commissioners of the State Bar. Duriupg tlIe first year of its existence it was published under tlIe joint auspices of tlIe State Bar Zlllll the Law School of tlIe University of AlabaIna. Since 1926 tlIe Law School lIas piihlislied thc Journal. One volume is published each year, and each volume contains four numhers. The material for tlIe J0lll'llfll is composed of: Articles prepared hy the leading lawyers and jurists of the state: notes and comments written by the student memhers of the liditorial Board g' news of tlIe State Bar Illlil tlIe various har associations of the stateg discussions dealing with needed changes in tlIe lawg aIId reviews of tlIe latest law hooks. EoIToRIAI. BoARII VV. D. R0l.l.lSON, Edilor-in-Chirf flssmrinlzf Editors JAMES L. CARTIIR ORvII.I.I2 Rusn VV. B. I'IARRIsoN, Seen-lary Board of Commissioners of the State Bar, representing the Bar, First National Bank Building, Birmingham, Ala. PIer'I'oN DANDRIIIGII Bum, Chairman ofErlf1orial Board W. J. BRoCKIaI,IIANIc, Book llvfzfif-rw Iidilor H. A. RosIaxIfm.n, Srcralzzry J. D. lVlCQUliliN, Cil'l'lllllfi0ll Mllllllfffl' S. H. LYNNIE, IiIz.ti1Ir.v.r Managfr W. T. SIEARCY, dd-'v1'rli.vi11g Manager WII.I.IAM l'lAMll.'l'0N, Cam Edilor Faculty Al.liER'F J. FARRAII J. V. MASTERS WIII'rLI2I' P. McCov J. LIVINGSTON SlllIll?7lfS J. III. HARE, JR. L. VV. SMITI-I Joi-IN CIIAIIMAN, JR. T. D. SAIvIIfoRII, JR. R. H. BROWN M, L. HARRISON INIaz DUKE L. B. GRANT R. S. HILL, JR. 424 " ewraesescsea ewacsaamm " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' rg? wmwaswwaswaawwbcwa swmaswsswzmwaaswbw FE 67 As Told Cn You -.,.,3453...- Notice is hereby served to all objecting to the subject matter or any form of this section will have their objections heard before a committee composed of Messrs. Deal, Suther, Miller and Weaver. Signed, THE COROLLA MANAGEMENT 29 Q: ?55Qef-an -neuefbisf 425 ' awfsmmawzis awsmmawrf ' THE COROLLA, 1929 ro, , . , qi ifoeeaamaseewaoeaaaeao cewseewaeemsemmafsa' phi delta theta, i.e., Public DTUNAS Tfained Founded at Oxford fAlabamal. Colors: Charred. Pass Word: Passed Out. Chapter Song: "That's Where the Tall Corn Flows." The Phis did not have anybody on the H. A. teams this year because of the new ruleagainst professionals The Unholy Three, Braime, McQueen and Privett, so called because of their similarities, owe for their last year's "Corolla" space and we cannot mention them any more. It is a good thing that this squad of Hask tcters have a big house and a big blue motor to keep from being cast into oblivion. They don't have a big Stat always lit, .like the Phi Cams, but the chapter shows our boys the way home by staying "lit" themselves. A lambda chi alpha, i.e., Last Choice Aiways Founded by Sears-Roebuck Mail Order Department. Motto: 'fGet Your Man." Publication: UThe Strayed Pledges." The original purpose of this organization was to increase the sales of the jewelry department of Sears and Roebuck. While sending out catalogues to prospects might not be ethical, this bunch must exist some way. just suppose that Noon Hudson and the Russian Count were not here, what jokes would we have left? fPardon us, Mary Louisej. The Lambda Chis have a large social attendance fat their own dancel. jack McGuire was there. It is a good thing that the Pan-Hellenic Council is good natured or else this motley assembly or non-entities would be out of luck. chi phi, i.c., Cheap Politicians Founded at Sillman Institute. Number of Chapters: Not many, praise Allah. Colors: Faded now. The Chi Phi house was built down in a gulley in order to have it on the level with their social and intellectual ability fwe wonder if they make John Shealey live in the cellarl. If Bud Cpardon, we mean Dean Alonzoj Coley were not Mike's shine boy and connected with the "Automatic Department," this crew would be kicked offrthe campus for lowering the standard of Fraternities. They tell their pledges that they have only select chapters, but they don't tell them what they selected them from. d. k. e., i.c., Do Keep Elevated fPVon't you have some fm?j Founded at the North Pole: Motto: "Be Chilly." Number Chapters: One for every Packard made. Publication: "Please Remit." There are some good boys in the Deke chapter but they don't stay at the Deke house or have anything to do with the members of the chapter. They boast of their cosmopolitan personnel, but the truth is that when they get a man from one state, they cannot get any more from there Cexcepting the state of Insanityl. Barnum was right, if you don't believe it, just look at the Deke chapter. They are chilly, but oh how familiar. 426 " aeazscemmws czeaaczemzeao " 7, THE COROLLA, 1929 n 1 l ra mifhaaswaswassaaswa wafaswassaassaamaism' sigma nu, i.c. , -Sfzoota Nickel , Founded in Africa by Ivory hunters. One million active Chapters. Motto: "Use Pluto Water." Colors: "Ebony Black." Publication: "Pass the Dice." This gang was the founder of the "huddle" system, Their existence is due chiefly to the fact that they still have enough little brothers coming up to keep the chapter going. The passing of Scott and Hamilton, campus drunkards de luxe, will not affect the dice shooting, because they were too drunk to know anything about it. The only reason we can see why this House of Iniquity is not a roadhouse is because it is on an avenue. phi gamma clelta, i.e., Please Gimmea Date Founded by Agnes Ellen Harris and Mary Burke at Woman's College, 1915. Flower: Sour Grape. Publication: "Vogue." No active Chapters. It is rumored that one of the Dear Little Nubs showed open signs of manhood and was ousted 'CNo, it was not Buck Sledgej. And on top of that the petite house mother, Gene Alex- ander, left the violets off the dining table and threw the entire chapter into consternation. Order was restored by the announcement that the brothers had accepted a challenge from the Kappa Deltas for a game of drop the handkerchief. One of the brothers suggested playing puss in the corner, but he was hissed down for being vulgar and audacious. kappa alpha, i.e., KISS? ? 7 Founded at Opp High School. Color.: Blue. Publication: "The Automatic," by Dean Charlie H. Barnwell. Motto: "They Shall Not Pass." The biggest man in the chapter is Babe Pearce, and fwe refer only to size of bodyj the chapter has engaged the use of the new stadium to accommodate all the girls who come on the chapter house party next mid-term Cboth of themj. It is rumored that they are considering the building of an annex on the house which will be rented to the Phi Gams. fAccording to their usual number of pledges, we suggest that they rent the upstairs alsol. alpha tau omega, i.e., Absolutely Too Onery Founded at Gorgas Hall. Number of Chapters, 784. fTwo Activeb. Alumnus Advisor, The Hon- Firpo Barnett. The history of this organization is interesting. The founders were kicked out of Gorgas Hall because they insisted on eating garlic and they had Mike build them a home next door. The whole chapter celebrated the night they bumped the Z. B. T.s on Buddy Morrison. We would like to call their attention to Joe Spadola. They are supposed to get all the good boys from Montgomery. Moral: Hide John Marks and John Kelly. Their honor men are equally divided between the Golf team and the H. A. team. One is about as much honor for them as the other. When school is out they will both go back to Memphis fthe other one left for Mississippi before school was outl. " Gswaeswsswaa esaassaaosaa " THE COROLLA, 1929 F9 , c . , ,ex imciswosaaesasssaossae ssaassaossaacsasssafssui delta tau delta, i.c., Daft Toem Devils Founded at, well some place up North, by Joe Dolberg. Motto: Chastity First. Publication: Woodall will show it to you. This lodge came as a local to Alabama with the sole purpose of taking the campus by storm. In some respects they did. At least no one else would have had the nerve to establish a shelter in the Phi alley, and maintain such a. huge number of pledges, at least four a year. But then Brother VVoodall deserves a lot of credit, in fact he made them what they are today. But what are they? Anyway they were all very much consoled when Brother "Hoot" Gibson made the famous statement, "It is better to have tried and lost than never to have given up the reputation of being a good local." phi sigma kappa, i.c., Pretty Sory Kifzes Founded and have not realized it. Color: Flesh. Motto: Tee-Hee. Publication: "Tuscaloosa Journal." . This local, excuse me, I mean National or International if it pleases you better, bumped everything on the row when it snatched Brother Ed Saunders from the fold and signed his name to the collection books. Well of course jack Shipp, of All-American Bulletin Board fame, was another marvelous endowment, as we feel sure the supply store would recommend him very highly. However, we must not overlook Brother Rush, but his deeds and distinctions are told better from his own ever ready mouth. For the benefit of those who are in doubt of this lodge's existence here, just ask any bootleggcr. delta chi, i.e., Damn Comedy Founded by mistake. Number of Chapter: Well there is one here anyway. Publication: "Alice in the Wonderland." Color: Hay. A group of honorable fellows who have been burdened with an afllietion whose sting has been felt for a period of three years. VVell I may as well give the secret away. Bill Jack was removed from his pledge pin by Brother Coleman in a moment of haste and anger. How could any order become unruly at times. But we did think that the master mind of the order, Brother Osborne, could have used his politics to an advantage and reconciled the two fellow members who have garnered many honors on the same team. Yes, H. A. team. theta chi, i.c., Thirsty Crew Founded at University of Northport. Requirements: Be of the Caucasian race. Motto: "Grab Good Men." Flower: Dandelion. No dear, that is not a section of Mr. Bryce's nut factory. Indeed not, it is a fraternity house. Be still, dear, or they shall hear you. Yes, I know they do look odd and being so close, but please be careful. Brother Barnett heard these infamous remarks and actually repeated them. Yes, Brothers Clark and Nelson were over 'tending to the girls when it happened, which practically stripped the house of its appearance of intelligence. But sorry to say the little baby brother from South Bend was on hand, playing in the sand pile. " wasssaaosars esasssaassaa "' THE COROLLA, 1929 ra, , . . G3 wdsmesaaewassmeaaa ssapaswasswssawaasabii zeta beta tau, i.c., Hebrew-No Translation Founded: To assist the Y. M. H. A. in expansion. Number of Chapters, one for every pawn shop. Motto: 531.49 today only. Song: Second-Hand Girl of Mine. We have been told that these boys have a social standing on the campus but we are not pre- pared to make any definite statements. "Silvo" seems to be rather evident at most of the brawls in the district, and yes, Little Freddie stays there sometimes. We have been over there twice to get material for this write-up but our interpreter failed to appear and we had to go. We are told that they did not build in the Deke back yard on purpose, but they could learn a lot out there. When the new stadium is finished the freshmen are to sell parking, space in the front yard. kappa sigma, i.c., Kinda Sober Founded through double distilling. Number of Chapter not known definitely, but they are re- puted to be gaining on the Lambda Chis. Flower: Lime Sour. All freshmen are required to stay drunk because if they sober up and discover what lodge they belong to, they will leave school. No more town boys have been gotten, but Buster Bell can be the reason for that. Cecil Hurt, the famous Smack Boy: Hugh Dowling, aspiring politician, but perspiring .for success: Dad Gum Dominick, creator of Sex Appeal, are their main men, but the main must have been broken. It is peculiar that Bubber Christopher left school the same time Louise did. Use your own judgment. About all these boys can claim on the campus is that they are members of the student body. sigma chi, i.e., Simpfe Champs ' Founded-? Number of Chapter: Eighty-two too many. National Publication: "Bull-it-out!" Local Publication: "Ye Alabama Swigf' Color: YELLOW. The chapter roll can be found on the "want" list in the supply store fpardon us, Jack Shippl. This bunch of tin horns get there name because they really think they amount to something on the campus. They always show their freshmen the way to sorority houses, but they don't have to show them the way out and home again. Some people speak very disparagingly of the fact that Brother Culpepper and Merriam stay drunk all the time, but we would appreciate it if they stayed passed out all of the time. Their rushing system is very successful, though the only man of Sigma Chi material they missed this year was Bill Jack. Mary Mitchell and "Baby" Mary Earle Patton have given three public demonstrations fat nightj as to whom would be the "sweetheart" of sigma chi. phi kappa sigma, i.e., Putricl Kimi of Simps Founded, Sing Sing, by Slippery Dick O'Connell. Meeting place: Sigma Chi garage. Flower: Grapefruit fevery morningl. After a thorough investigation of this bunch of eggs, we humbly report that they are all spoiled and unfit for publication. Being next door to the Phis they are known by that de- scription. We suggest moving them BEHIND the Phis. 430 " esaaasmmm esmssmasaa " 'W' THE COROLLA, 1929 ea . . . ,Q iwciaaaceaaaaaasawaaaaa aamasaaowassaaseaismi sigma phi epsilon, i.e., Some People Especially Founded at: fthat is part of the rituall. Number of Chapters: More than you would suspect. Publication: 'fThe Corolla," this year. This tribe got here in the same manner as the rest, but it was a little delayed. They are proud of all the members, no matter what his or HER faults may be as long as the said member is courteous enough to wear the pin. No, no, Brother LaCour is not a drawback to the chapter. Does he not go to classes? Louise learned about men from him, so he is of some service after all. Brother Reed's cars are quite a help but they never carry the same girl twice. We wonder if he is lacking-but then the dollar sign should make up for that. pi kappa phi, i.c., I , . . . Porter s Kmclergarten Prfmarrfy Founded, perhaps. Flower: Forget-us-not. Number of Chapters: Why bring that up? Publica- tion: "The Aggressive Farmer." This house was built for a morgue but pi kappa phi agreed to establish a chapter there if "Mike" would give the boys two weeks off in the fall to go home and gather hickory nuts. Being close to the railroad they had first chance at pledging all the tramps until the S. A. M.s moved next door. Their only redeeming feature is that they are strong socially, being the sheiks of the Burchfield tea. dances whenever the boys have the price of admission. sigma alpha mu, i.e., Sorry CIS Mud Flower: Free running rose. Number of Chapters, ninety-eight. Publication, "Marked Down." Bet they wish they had Andy Cohen back. Maybe they will get a decent man some time in the future. Anyway they can count on Hyman Rosenfeld to keep up their social standing, as he is well acquainted with two men from other fraternities. It is true they have seen better days, but they don't have to worry about worse days as they have them now. kappa nu, i.c., Kffze Newyorleers Founded at, well any synagogue will do. Number of Chapters: Who cares? Flower: Lily of the Alley. Song: Sidewalks of New York. iBrother Bider was heard to remark he was going to organize an honor committee of his own. Receiving the whole-hearted support of the chapter they have all gone into seclusion. If you want to know any more, find it out for yourself. t. n. e., i.e. 771-E7'6,S NON-6 Founded at the University of Alabama. Color: Pure Blue. Number of Chapters: Only one here. Pass Word: Vote. This chapter was founded by Jeff Coleman, Hugh Dowling, Buster Bell, Andy Wells, Bill Ellis, and Henry Mayfield, for the purpose of electing Albert Boutwell, Paul Woodall, O. Rush, and BILLY POTLOW to oflice. 432 " maamaaawa esmewaewa l' 'THE COROLLA, 1929 ueusfit '.i'2ifeDIr 1 GWWDWWDGWWDGWWWW GWWDWWDQWWGWWDGNW X -f-,-,,.4v wi? xx my and Summer School-University of Alabama The needs of the regular session student are provided for by the summer school. f the Bachelor's and lVlaster's Degrees and Required courses or lectives are offered many e . ' h 'cl and attractive program of Que of the main features IS t e varie summer recreation and entertainment. For Information, Address JOHN R. MCLURE DIRECTOR OF THE SUMMER SCHOOL UNIVERSITY, ALABAMA ' Gwrwaaczem czwacearsawm ' g THE COROLLA, 1929 ' "Pay Cash and pay Lessn A wilfzfg,-,Eg E il H-fffi ff?-if 2009 SECOND AVENUE BIRMINGHAM'S COLLEGIATE STORE THE NEW STYLES SHOWN HERE FIRST Anal What cz Diyqference in Prfce ICE CREAM ICE CREAM THE CAPSTONE ICE CREAM PARLOR AND DELICATESSEN ALL FLAVORS ALL FLAVORS " awzsczwrsctwzs czwzsczwziwwzs " fo THE COROLLA, 1929 A..-rl ' 1 1 :EQ Yacimawmawzciwmawzs cmwacwscwwsawsmifsa' 'Z' - :. I ff M ugh W! A '-X WV W ff! Wx AW Y ' 'y KMA K E l CLAUDEMSHITN. Ad? I' vb A BLUE LANTERN TEA ROOM AND TEA GARDEN No. 1 and No. 2 BANQUETS PARTIES AFTERNOON TEAS REGULAR MEALS BILL ARMSTRON MRS. KATE WHITE l " GWWWWEWW GWWDQWWDGWW " Dear Papa: THE COROLLA, 1929 Q2 ' 1 ' rg-l Letters From a Self-Macle Politician To His Olcl Man fact. Edna Lee MacDoi1ald told me all O, if you and Mama could only see your boy tonight. Papa, I was sure in some classy society. Yeah, I mean so- ciety. Papa, I tell you the fact. I talked to the whole Kappa Kappa Gam House to-night. And you know they have the very best chapter of their sorority in the whole United States.. Yes, sir, it's the about it. Of course I talked to Sara Hart Cole- man, too. She is one of them very demo- cratic women. Yeah, just exactly like her brother Jeff. Of course she ain't quite as popular as him. Has not made as many teams yet. But then she's got two more years left. Watch her smoke. fC0llfill1lL'd on Page 438, SMITH-COTTRELL-STEVENS SPORTING GOODS OF ALL KINDS Pfay--It pays 316 NORTH NINETEENTH STREET PHONE 3-3672 BIRMINGHAM, ALA. DURR DRUG COMPANY n MONTGOMERY U l V 3 COACH WADE " Gwaaawaaewa aaaacmaaewa " THE COROLLA, 1929 Ween I .IGYGD CZWWDGNWWWGWWDCFWE5 4 GWWQWWDGWWDGNWDGWWD HARRIS-HAMN ER COMPANY TUSCALOOSA'S FOREMOST Ready-to-Wear Shop For College Men and Women of Refined Taste WHERE THE MODE OF TOMORROW IS FIRST REVEALED Alexina Demouy was there, but I did not care much for her, even if she does belong to a swell sorority. She is kind of dumb. That's what they say. I don't know. I asked her if she ever had loga- rithms, and she slapped hell out of me. They may be right. She is either dumb or dirty-minded. I was over to the Alpha Chi earlier in the day, and the first thing what struck me was all the radiators was gone. They fC07llilIllt'li must of sent them all over to the Delta Zeta house. I think I lost Cleo Lucas' vote when I began reading a letter on the table. It was kind of mushy and sentimental. Yeah, 1nushy. You know. She got mad when I saw "Andy" Anderson's signature on the thing. And that wasn't all. I lost a helluva lot of votes. I heard a low, passionate sort of gurgle over in one corner. I went on Page 4302 J. A. DUCKWORTH CHARLES MORRIS Duckworth-Morris Insurance Agency General Insurance, Investment Securities REAL ESTATE, RENTALS, LOANS TUSCALOOSA, ALA. " esaaeewzmats ewzseweewa " THE COROLLA, 1929 Fa l 1 ' 4' 9 rfb MORGAN PACKING COMPANY Beef C171-K2 pO7'k PGCABTS Sausage -i Hams ancl Bacon Country Maid Sweet Clover Ask Your Butcher for Our Products TUSCALOOSA ALABAMA over there in the dark and it was Ruth Knudsen and Joe Lobley. It didn't mean nothing, though. It was just something they was rehearsing for the Blackfriars. I wanted to politic Lizzie Bright, too, but they told me she was out in the woods with Tete Haythe. People say they go out there on account of their geology class. I got my doubts about that story. Prob- ably they neck like hell. Yeah, like hell. You know. All in all, about the only one I got to talk to was that little Ellis girl. She was the big find this fall, you know. You know how the Alpha Chis are, don't you? I mean trying to be kind of hot, you know. Yeah, hot. Sort of stealing the Delta Zeta's thunder. Well, their stock went up sixteen points when they pledged young Ellis. And then I guess I must of lost two more votes when I went to go. fCon1inurd on Page 4412 IVIORGENTHAUS Exclusive Cleaners. Dyers Hatters .1-iii.. PHONE 690 21 IZ BROAD STREET " ewsaweewe ewsewswws " 'rv-Hag THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 I I ' rg 83636363036 mwsawswwsswsmwism' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA - Capital. Surplus and Uncliviclecl Profits in Excess of 36,000,000 Trust Department Bond Debartment I Safety Boxes for Rent Pay For Your CoIIege Education PAY FOR YOUR COLLEGE EDUCATION WITHOUT WORKING DURING SCHOOL SESSION THROUGH OUR "SCHOLAR- SHIP PLAN" For Booklet and Information Address Educational Department BANKERS CREDIT LIFE INS. CO. . - BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA ' QWWEGNWGWWD GNWEGWWGWWD ' Tuscaloosa Flower THE COROLLA, 1929 ' Q1 l 1 ' rg? FSWWDGWWDGWWDGWWDWW GNWDGWWJGWWDGWWGNWISW SAY IT WITH FLOWERS AND .. MUSIC INDIAN MILLING COMPANY ALFALFA FILLED FEEDS Shop A Complete, High-Grade Service- AND able Line of Horse and Mule THE MUSIC SHGP Feeds, Dairy and Poultry Feecl. PHONE 7I2 2125 BROAD TUSCALOOSA, ALA. My hat fell behind the piano, and I went back there to get it. It wasn't my fault. I didn't know I would step on Anna Thames Zllld Howard Nelson back there. I don't reckon I'll get many votes at the Alpha Chi house. And listen, paw, I hope it didn't get out Oll me,'but I was over to the Z. T. A. house yestiddy morning. I went about eleven o'clock, so noboddy would see me. Of course, I didn't have no more to do with them than I could help it, but their votes count one apiece, you know. I kind of got myself in bad to begin with, when I stepped on Dean Reynolds. Didn't aIIy of them act very nice about it, except Norma Bogart. I never did fCo11linucd on Page 4431 'Bama Students and Alumni know our store as a good place to malfe Clothes Headquarters - WEISEL'S HOME. OF Hart-Scbaffner and Marx :II TUscALoosA, ALABAMA Compliments of Remington-Rand Business Service INCORPORATED 2009 4TI-I AVE., Nonrn BIRMINGHAM, ALA. UNIVERSITY INSTALLATIONS: Farrah Hall, School of Law University Main Library Registrar's Record System " nawsczsasssm ssmmasczsm " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 I 1 I fa wkwnmwzaswzcwbews swzawzsawzcwaawbs? QUALITY WEARS For Young Men, Young Women, and The Boys :Am Ano s mme man-Rza , or BIRMINGHAM II-ISEPAVB ATl91l1'5'IL E BIRMINGHAM s, -L., 1+ . I ' I . R. O. T. C. ON PARADE " czwnczwmawrs awzscmmsws " THE COROLLA, 1929 ra , I . , A wessssswsssssssasesws esmsssossmsswssswbwm 'Firestone All the Winners of World Records Canit Be Wrong . . . and They Used FIRESTONES DRENNEN MOTOR CAR CO. BIRMINGHAM BUICK CADILLAC LA SALLE know before how good-looking and all I was, before Norma talked to me. Hon- est, she just treated me like the king of Sweden or a new Deke pledge 'or some- thing. And she ain't no Hatterer, neither. Norma means every word she says, and if she don't like anybody, she tells 'em so, right out. They have high standards over to the Z. T. A. house, they do. Especially when they're choosing their pledges. They don't pick them for looks, that's one thing they don't do. In fact, hasn't anybody ever found out what they do pick them for. While I was there, Ellen Sanderson came in with her fingernail bleeding. I felt sorry for her, till I found out it wasn't nothing but her red bathing suit she had tucked under her fingernail. Don't let it get out, Papa, or Charlie Mfay will hang fC07IfiIlllI'tl on Pagr' 4142 Drink pure Orange Juice AT Bama Orange Mill Cigars. Cigarettes, Tobaccos, Fruits Candies 4' Phone 334-W Free Delivery " swosssswss sswssssswss " THE COROLLA, 1929 621 7 'L I ,-GI., Ihmczsaeevwsmaeesae eweeweesaeesaeesaba' When University Men Forecast a Change in Mode You will find it here correctly expressed in Braehurn University Clothes BLACK'S The College Shop of the South TUSCALOOSA PERRY CREAMERY CO. INCORPORATED Manufacturers of PRIDE ICE CREAM AND BUTTER Con. Bnofm ST. AND ZZND Ava. TUSCALOOSA. ALA. . GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK PHONES l35O-I35l around Spencer's creek the rest of the year. I dropped by the Chi Omega's last week, and I haven't got over it yet, or I would of wrote you before. It was wash day over there, and all their clothes was hanging on the line. At least they said it was all their clothes. I didn't see nothing but nine dresses and nine pairs of underwear. I don't know. It was Lois Langford that told me that was all of them. But she might just have been trying to get popular. I heard she was. And, papa, I know you and mother will be thinking I don't much care where I go when I tell you I went over to the Delta Zeta house again, too. But you know my heart is just set on this election, and anyway the Delta Zetas are just liv- ing on their past laurels. They ain't fC07lIi111lL'd on Page 4452 " czsazsczsaecmazf ewaesmesae " THE COROLLA, 1929 F9 . s . , ifisaaesaaasaaesaaesaa eswaesaaessaaasaaesafswsi LOUIS WIESEL INCORPORATED Tuscaloosa's Best Department Store ll Women's and Children's Ready-to-Wear Garments, lVlillinery Dry C-oods, Novelties Shoes, Too. JMS PLACE "fmt Off the Campus" Drinks, Sandwiches, Cigars, Ciga- rettes, Chewing Gum, Candies Gasoline-F ree Air HUNTSVILLE ROAD PHONE 1673 Q Q ' Q MC!-,N L. DOES WHIAT GASOLINE CAN'T DO KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES AND TUBES Wocopep Company OF TUSCALOOSA thought to be hot a bit no more. The Alpha Chis have stole -all their thunder. In fact they're even thinking of putting in a new steam plant over to the house. It's getting all over the campus how it is over, and you know that's bad. Why the charter might even be revoked. Some- thing has got to be did, you know that- even if they have to pledge somebody else from New Orleans. Why, Vic Davis is the hottest one over there, and if that's so, you can under- stand the rest of them must feel like warmed-over pancakes. By the Sign of the Bulfs Head, Oscfnz SELF-MADE WRITES TO THE BOSS Dear Gu-vn'r: You better send me some more cash to carry on my campaign with, because I was over to the Delta Delta Delta house, and I took Annie Joe Cathey down to fConlinuz'd on Page 4461 PHONE 6l9 , PHONE 6I9 Rex Shoe Shop THE HOME OF URW AVE ATISFACTORY HOE ERVICE We Call For and Deliver P. 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These didn't do no good, and finally some- body thought about bringing Gwendolyn Bell out there, and I stopped. She's the one that was qualified along certain lines. Yeah, lines. You know. Curves and thiIIgs. Mostly things, they say. Clara Stone was in the parlor, too. I eouldn't get out of talking to her. I ain't veI'y sure she's going to vote for IHC, be- cause you know I ain't literary, even if I am a pretty good writerg and Clara she goes iII for literary things. Harold Bell fC07lli7lllL'd on Page 4472 " aseeeeersewe aseeaseeewe l' THE COROLLA, 1929 I 1 I ,ER Qifdemaeaaeeaaaewaeae aeaaaeaaewaceaaawfsil' CITY TAXICAB COMPANY Day and Night Service PHONE 36 CITY HALL CORNER TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA Burger-Phillips Company 33 Years of Faithful Service BIRMINGHAM, ALA. The Faculty and Student Body Have Received SANITARY TONSORIAL SERVICE For a Period of 34 Years From the I ONES -WRIGHT BARBERS We Sincerely Appreciate a Continuanc of Your Patronage. Thank You. Wright and Edgar Guest and other deep stuff. Inez Runyan was there, too.. I guess I got her vote on ice. I don't know noth- ing much about her. She ain't bad in her way, though. But she has got the damnedest way. I was going to give you the low-down on that Houghton woman, too, but I guess if I ever got started on her, you would wonder where on earth this letter was ever going to stop at, and I've got a whole lot more to tell you about. The Kappa Delts are going to vote for me solid. They're all such modest, un- assuming kind of girls, you know. Yeah, modest. You know. Don't think much of themselves, you understand. While I was there a kid from the Delta Chi house came in and asked for "Midge" Bradley. fContinued ton Page 4482 PARTICULAR PEOPLE PICK THE PICKWICK The prefer Place To Dine EXCHANGE HOTEL BLDG. I MONTGOMERY, ALA. " cearseeaamm aeaaaearsaeaa " THE COROLLA, 1929 ra , . , G Haeesweeweesaaewe esmmazesaeeswsmaba' 5 JCP C " when savings an gnatut 'f AcRoss STREET FROM PosT OFFICE TUSCALOOSA The Thinking Fellow Calls the YELLOW Phone Cedar 133 MONTGOMERY, ALA. YELLOW CAB CO. ALEMITE SERVICE COMPANY 408 Bibb Street PHONE CEDAR 384 Frank Tennille Furniture Co. Every Service for Motor MONTGOMERYL9 Cars FA VORITE FURNITURE MONTGOMERY COMPANY HIGH GRADE PIANOS "A Name You've Heard Since 1875" Jesse F1'eI1Cl'1 8 S0115 Piano CO. MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA ' QUALITY It was too bad, because "Midge" had a headache, she said. I reckon it was a kind of a contagious headache. Every girl that poor Delta Chi asked for had a headache. You know, the truth is I reckon they was all waiting for a couple of Psi Ups 01' something from Harvard to drop in. The only thing I really have against them is they're all actoresses. They wear a little pin that's justnone of the very finest qualifications for acting there is. Of course I don't mean to be knock- ing them girls. They deserve credit. They ain't: so bad as a whole. Yeah, a whole. You know. I tell you there ain't no Hies on none of them. Naw, the poor flies have to draw the line somewhere. Well, Guvn'r, there was one house I went to, and that was the Alpha Gams. fC07lfiIllll'd on Page 4512 " ewwewaesm azsesaeesm " s THE COROLLA, 1929 Qefon 'mail GWWE5GW,WI5GWWI5WW25GWWii5 45 GWWDWWDQWWWWQWW THE UNIVERSITY SUPPLY STORE ON CAMPUS ECE WE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN ' COLLEGE BOOKS AND SUPPLIES . 395 The University Supply Store has, for the last 20 years, been operated for the benefit of the Athletic Association. It is controlled by the Faculty and Committee on Athletics uThe Supply Store is Your Stores, ' GWWDCZWWDGWWD GWWDWWDCFW ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Qifdlv . 1IC'h5Q WWUWWWWEWWGWWD GNWWWWWWWGNWE 0 Pizitz Mercantile X Company 1, Q a lf THE STORE FOR ELIZABETH COLLEGE ARDEN STUDENTS .AIIIIUIIIICEJ llzat bw' exquiailv I! 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You know I talked to her a long, long time. I'm pretty sure Susie Brown's going to vote for me. They got her in to help run the Kappa Delts outa business. 'Person- ally, I don't think the Kappa Delts lost much sleep over it Don't let it out. fC07lfilI1ll'li on Page 4582 PHONE 3-6291 ' THE BLOSSOM SHOP FLORISTS D. L. SMITH, PROP. 505 No. 20TH STREET MOLTON HOTEL " cwrsczwrsaswzs csasewraczwrs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-r l 1 I G, Iciiwaawsewsewzawwa cemwwacwscwzawfsai Tuscaloosa COHC6 CHRYSLER Company PLYMOUTH 65-75 AND 2424 Sixth Street FRESH ROASTED COFFEE PARSONSJDERSONS xrac s, Teas, S ices an ocoa El tWholesalepCandiej C CO' Phone I336 Tuscaloosa, Ala. PHONE 479 l927 SIXTH ST' COMPLIMENTS OF CAPTAIN KIDD Dry Oieaners I . PHONE 669 BARNES ELECTRIC COMPANY Tuscaloosa's Only Exclusive Electric Shop Bnolm ST. PHONE 309 TUSCALOOSA, ALA. 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And of course there was "Pat" I had a date with her once. It turned out to be a giraffe date-all neck. Yeah. Till Ihe T. N. Efs Rule, PA RECEIVES ANOTHER FROM SELF Y Well, I reckon the election is just about cinched. If you could of heard as I heard today! Of course I don't waIIt this to get out, but there is a girl over at the ranch named Briskey, who is a good friend of mine. She runs around with Sybil Nanny, you know. But what I was going Dear Papa : OSCAR to say was she had a sort of a club that fC07lfi7l1lt'd on Page 4591 LESS EXPENSE MORE VALUE FOR THE COLLEGE MAN KLOTHES SHOPPE UPSTAIRS 207W NORTH NINETEENTI-I STREET D BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA FRED V. THELEN FRANCIS SToNE 1 " ciwzmmawo awsewaewa " THE COROLLA, 1929 FD, . . . G3 weweesaeewaeamesm csmewaewecsaaewaw THE PLACE To The Queen Feature SCTVICC, Inc. We Rent and Sell Spotlights, Stere- HE opticons, Screens, and Moving E Picture Projectors for all Oc- casions. e Phone 3-8665 P. O. Box 202 BlRMlNCl'lAM, ALA. BIRMINGI-IAM' ALA. discusses all the politicians and decides who to vote for. Now of course it is all secret, so don't tell nobody about her telling me what happened at the last big meeting. They started out talking about Ike Ballard. Now, of course Ike is Jewish and all that, but then he's pretty well liked, he says. They don't like him much, though. They were talking about the presiden- tial candidates, too. There wasu't much fC07lfi7lllL'd 012 to say: Boone is a preaeher's son, and Orville Rush came from Bessemer. They just decided to leave that part of the ballot blank. lVIartens, now, they decided he was a line, suitable man, but then he'd been on all the horse teams, and they thought he'd had his share of the honors. They didn't think very seriously of voting for Ezra Crump, either, somebody accused Page 46lj FOR MORE THAN 45 YEARS The smartest dressed men and wom- en of the Capstone have depended th' St for good upon Qlpeailice. 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PHILIP BUTLER Campus Represenlalivc him of not getting in politics for the art of the thing, but just for the money, and of course that lets him out. Bob lVIundine is hack in the field again, someone suggested. But it was agreed that there was no hope for him now that Anne Green has up and married and can- not manage his campaign. Partlow and T. N. E. are inseparable, it was objected. So his name was put on the shelf, 'cause fC07llill1lL'fl 0 71 who wants sechams with Indian plumes in their hair running things here. "Per- fect" Osborne might run for something again, a member murmured. He is sure of the Sigma Chi backing as those boys do like to be kept away from the ladies, and who does it but "Perfect" The meetin' almost busted up when Evelyn VVood got up and moved that the list of candidates be first checked off on Paw' 4671 COMPLIMENTS OF KA Ill. 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'JK 5 .-f- P9 H 'l ,wi B A - 1 ' 'yYQs,'i',w1t IRMINGHAM, LA. j' if -iw .1 " cxwaewsewz cwaawaewz " THE COROLLA, 1929 F9 . . - , ,. iadwzmauewmsewaswa ereaeasaacsmewacwsag ALLEN fa JEMISON co. HARDWARE Sporting Goods Electrical Appliances Household Furnishings AUTO SUPPLIES CIF T SHOP PHONE 38 TUSCALOOSA, ALA. Enjoy a Portable phonograph in Your Rooin You get the best results from a Victor, Brunswick, and Columbia. The music is softer and more like life itself. Drop in and let us demonstrate these ma- chines to you. Each is the most money will buy. A complete stock of the latest releases in Victor, Brunswick, Okeh, Columbia, and Paramount Records, each week. It will be a pleasure to have you drop in each week and listen to the Records of your choice, ' f 1 f " f 1 f : f : : I- 2EfE55?5E3EgE5EfE5Eg: , -45-r . ......,.,. h h k "'f'f'f1Si'f'f ----,'25i'ZS1I1Ef5IEfffffg. "'f:2fS15f5.L.... ' If?sis5s3S5isfs2s21' i3:?3E5E5E -r-'f ?fffl5jf5AIf5fifi:5 7ffi "f'5"ff: 5: szsiiiiiiii . - :- ' f ff ff gg :: 5 5555ggEf5f" 4 :1:15:21:s::g:g:g:::::::,::::: -:-:-g.g.,., ., - 1 D, ,.,.:.:::-4g -, .15g,g:g.1:::: lag' 2 x ,Q 'vs I. 5 Awvwu sc A 5 fl wx 'D A x lxow if egg- M - 'V-A "" X -,Wa 'OC ,e Ak .,.v WM . A, wx N vs ef? we fs 1 , " ' C. W. LEWIS FURNITURE CO. Corner Sixth St. and 23rd Ave. TUSCALOOSA, ALA. ' GNWJGWWDWWD CZWWDGWWJGWW ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Qi I A I ' fi, weiwscsmewomaomaz ewoawazasaoasazawwismi Your Moneyis Worth or 1 Your Money Baclc ALEX RICE INCORPORATED MONTGOMERY, ALA. LL NOTT HA W E A E 'B 62.2. 3122525 F..T.1A CRYSTAL CAFE EAT AT I25 MONTGOMERY ST. THE BRIGHT STAR Montgomeryis Modern CAFE CAFE BESSEMER' ALA. ERNEST PAPPANASTOS 6z Co. KEEPING ISTEP WITH BIRMINGHAM! Birmingham is the most rapidly growing metropolis in the South. Its skyline is ever changing. Its wealth is ever increasing. And Jemison service, for 25 years identified with the development of the Birmingham district, is ever ex- panding to keep in step with its phenomenal progress! THE JEMISON COMPANIES ROBERT JEMISON, JR., President REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT BANKING MORTGAGE LOANS RENTALS " GWWDGNWDGWWD GNWDCFWDGNWI5 " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' Lx. wawamwzawzawnawn awzcwmawacwaawwbwm COURTESIES OF . THE UNIVERSITY DINING HALL AND THE KAMPUS KAFE I" GNWDGWWDGWWD GWWJGWWGWWI5 " THE COROLLA 1929 9 n 1 , 'fiewamaeeweewwsewe eeweewsweemaeeewbsvm CITY NATIONAL BANK TUSCALOOSA, ALA OLDEST BANK IN ALABAMA Special Service to UlIiVCfSlflJ Students and Organizations OFFICERS R. H. COCHRANE ............ President jon M D GORDON D. PALMER ...... Assl. to Pres, I-I. E Il A I C I FRANK S. DANIIEL. .. ........ Cashier R, H A The only differ- ence between a brand new suit and one that has been dry cleaned by us. is the dif- ference between 31.00 and what- ever you usually pay for a new suit! Try Us and See ' 1 1 W ll V Il l 7 TUSKAELRIOSA ST A LAUNDRY ' Phones l55-I56 ? A STATELY HALL C"r.':,f,':Y'3.2win 06,4 C15 Dry Clean Them Oftener! " GNWJGNWDWWD WWGWWDGNWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 QP-1 l 1 I ifbsmmaemaacaaamm eraocammaacsasaaabwm MOLTON HOTEL BIRMINGHAM EUROPEAN PLAN I J. A. DRIVER, Manager MCLESTER HOTEL TUSCALOOSA - W. J. SKELTON, Mgr. the honor roll that came out in january. You know, Paw, that was an orful dirty crack, and it actually got dirtier every time it was used. But anyway, the list was as follows: Ralph Adams, "Snag" Andrews, Paul LHCOLll', Yancey Brame, "Smoke" Reilly, Addison Drummond, Stewart Akin, Tete Haythe, Ed Saunders, Jack Shipp, Gordan Lindsay, "Red" Reid, Bill Ellis, Jeff Coleman, Howard Akin, Adolphus Schildkrautowich, H a 1' r y Pritchett, Yank Berman, Ray lVIartens, Millard Campbell, Cliff Thomas, Noon Hudson, Mack Reeves. Caswell Willis, "Foots" Clements, Bob Mundine, Hoy Black, T. J. Shellnut and "Dopey" Propst. Well you should of seen the expression on those girl's faces when the list was completed, says Cora. They all said, though, that Hfteen 01' twenty more New Yorkers and half dozen Sigma Chis added would make the list better. You know this ranch has about the nicest girls I know oi. IConlinufd on Paga' 4732 American Traders National Bank BIRMINGHAM, ALA. REsoURcEs OVER 330,000,000 CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS 55,000,000 W. W. CRAWFORD Chairman J. C. PERSONS President " eaaamaaeaaa eaasoaaamm " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qerauf neue-E2 GWWJGWWDQWWWWDGWWI5 A GWWWWGWWDGWWDGWQ MERCHANTS BANK and TRUST CO. TUSCALOOSA, ALA. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 515475.00000 FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS A. C. MONTGOMERY AS. . R ,I B D President Vice-Pre.: A Real Service in Real Values MONTGOMERY A H REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE CO. The REALTORS PARAGON PRESS PRINTING' PUBLISHING 210 North Twenty-first Street BOOKBINDING PHONE 3-321 I BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA T. G. FLINN, P d MONTGOMERY ALA " GWWDGWWWW GWWDQWWGWWD " LHB ll 1'iU!""f":W A .... Y: ,.. f .,. Y .-- ..,. -,,.. ...,,. ............ , .... ..., ,.. ..,.. ......,.. .... ,......, ....,. ,...,... . ,. ...... .. A,... .. ,... - ..,.,,.. .... . THIS BOOK PRINTED BYB1ENSON X , . - 1-,' ii COLLEGE ANNUAL IN THE WORLD HIGHEST QUAIJTY WORKMANSHIP SUPERIOR EXTENSIVE SERVICE 0 ENSOIJ Pnlmmoco ASHVILLE QNTENN LEGE ANNUAL HEADQUARTERS i- A W ' 4 H ' " 4 Q A' I ,. h . . K . 1 R .fy , I 5 ' ' , : , . Jmif, I R S .. A Z L '. , R ,K 'Aya Wh ' I Y' , . -A . Q - 5:1 Arvx ,I W V ,VO v 1 , if THE COROLLA, 1929 Q2 ' 1 ' 9 rg? When You Come to Atlanta we-F You will find the South's Supreme Hotel, the Atlanta Biltmore, "Where Southern Hospitality Flowers." Lo- cated in a four-acre park, free from . traffic noises, immediately accessible to theatrical, business and shopping centers. lclcal for Dances anrl Dinners Rates from 353.50 CLosEsT HOTEL TO TECH STADIUM ' cwazsczsazmm cswscwwacwrs ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' rg? weimawarsmwaawzewz aweawzawzawsmbhi STEEL COMPANY A BIRMINGHAM, ALA. fm! Manufacturers of W We N O A if gnl'rle.tlmlmmilir ire ails Barb Wire Wire Staples Bale Ties tj Spikes Wire Rods ,au Galv. Wire Steel Bars 'f Bright Wire t Bands , Annealecl Wire Shapes DEFORMED BARS AND SOUTHERN FENCE U BANKHEAD-LELAND Birminglmamis Newest ancl Finest Hotel S 350 ROOMS Z 2 350 BATHS S H EADQUARTERS FOR ALABAMA FOOTBALL TEAM AND THE STUDENT BODY " cawrocewfsczmz awzsczwzscswrs " THE COROLLA, 1929 I 1 I xg: FRANK M. Moomr. .... .... P resident C. N. MAXWELL. JR. ---..-..... Cashier A. C. CADE ............. Vice-President C. O. HAYSLETT ...... Assislanl Cashier E. H. PHIFER ........ Assislanl Cashier THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK TUSKALOOSA, ALABAMA FXS A DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE STATE OF ALABAMA, DESIRES TO BE RE- MEMBERED BY THE YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN OF THE UNIVERSITY To begin with, there is Hally and Sybil Nanny. Then there is that Wheat dame Bowers Tire and Supply Co. EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTOMOBILE Firestone Sinclair Tires Gasoline Atwater Kent RADIOS Phone I0 and Tire Troubles End and Adna Singleton. You know the Alpha Xis reside in the ranch, too. But they openly boast that they will have a house in at least ten years. Anna Britt Standiffer is their pride and joy. She al- ways tells the truth too. Of course she likes to talk about Evelyn Carnes and jean Baer but I believe everything she says about them. Yes, even the necking part. Then there is that trio of quiet, in- tellectual girls, lVIary Alice Johnson, Mary Payten Harris and "Red" With- erow. They never say anything silly. No-never. Well, I suppose I have everything well in hand. Yes, Well in hand. So don't worry because I can't lose, unless the list members double cross mc. In for C07lgfIlflll!lfi07lI, OSCAR ' czsazsesasesm esascswsesazi ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 l 1 NT ' rg., NENTHUSIASMM We believe itwas Emerson who said, "Nothing great was ever received without enthusiasm." This is true. The underlying principle of every wonderful accomplishment is enthusiasm. If the inventor is not enthusiastic, his invention usually fails. If the actor does not throw enthusiasm into his lines, the play fails. The merchant must enthuse over his business in order to succeed. This is an enthusiastic store. Everybody Enlhuses-from the youngest junior employe to the highest priced executive. Enthusiasm is the very life-blood of Montgomery Fair organization. It is what makes the wheels go. round. Enthusiasm backed by good, sound business principles and Liberality is what has made this "A great store for over 50 years and a greater store MONTGOMERY FAIR - MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA today. " fav , President Brand J FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Tucker Motor CO' Theyrc Good is Why We Sell Authorized ford Dealers Them TUSCALOOSA On Your Next Order, Ask for One or More Items in the P d B d Robertson s 1 k resi ent ran H - 11.0 Lunch ISM COMMERCE Wholesale Dislfibulvr The Best That Can Be Had Served -I-USCA'-OOSA ALABAMA as Well as Can Be Served Open Day and Night MONTGOMERY. ALA. " asazsswzsasars asazsczsazscsszs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' YS-5 QCINWDGWWDGWWDQWWDGNWD GWWDGWWDGWWDGNWBGNWDQ Hniurrniig nf Alahama Capstone of the Public School System of Alabama CXUSEQIW LETTERS, SCIENCE, ENGINEERING EDUCATION, LAW, MEDICINE, COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND SCHOOL OF MINES SUMMER SCHOOL ' STANDARD INSTITUTION OF LEARNING MODERN BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT OVER ONE HUNDRED INSTRUCTORS Exfenses Exceedfngfy Moderate' FOR CATALOGUE, ADDRESS PRESIDENT Gao. H. DENNY, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., D.C.L. UNIVERSITY, ALABAMA " czwzsctwzcwrs czwzaawzsawzs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-saga' reef? GWWDWWDGWWDGWWWWD C-FWDWWGNWDGNWDQWW Comgilfments of THE COFFEE POTS THE SMOKE HOUSE THE SHAMROCK TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA SHAMROCK MooRE BUCK PALMER BILL STAPP Dearest Motlrcr: Since writing you last I have made a great discovery, and as a result I think I am going to like Birmingham fine. Honestly, as I sit in Hooper's Cafe, partaking of one of their delicious steaks, I can almost imagine that I am back home again. And, Mother, I can say the same thing for everything else they serve there, even to their cocoanut pies. I haven't time to go further into details, but I did want you to know that your Son is just as well off and con- tented as though he were at home, as far as food is concerned. With lots of love, "jACK." HOOPER'S CAFE Where Service and Quality Prevail 2009 THIRD AVE., N. BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA " asswfifeearaewa eewzczswzsewzs " THE COROLLA, 1929 I 1 1 EEE COLE SUPPLY COMPANY. Inc. Plumbing and Heating Supplies SUN-PROOF PAINTS, PIPE VALVES AND FITTINGS Phone 1 1 78 410-I2 TWENTY COND AvIiNuI-1 TUSCALOOSA, ALA. A. 8: P. l - A. 8: P. Qualnfy Grocenes at Low Cost., THREE STORES 1213 University Avenue ' 2303 Sixth Street 1802 Greensboro Avenue A. 89 P. TEA COMPANY A. 61 P. A. 6: P. THE FLOWERS YOU SEND HER To carry or to wear to that social function will be strictly in form if ordered here. They will also be the freshest. moat fragrant and rarest blossoms to be had. You can leave your order in person or phone if more convenient. ln either case you can rest assured the flowers will be delivered at the address given us. ROSEMONT GARDENS. Florist II6 DEXTER AVENUE T EEEGEAE II DELIVERY IVI ONEGO MERY, AEA. fn' You CoIvIPI.I1vII3NTs Q'hllll1?" OF ' . ,... mic fq ggne ALABAIXIAIIIA FEED Iwgnrzeiiuriofrry. L 'LI?'w'4"'7 TUSCALOOSA, ALA. ,, ATLANTA, CE' ' ' mmaewafmwa owosewaewo ' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 I 1 ' rg , COMPLIMENTS OF GULF STATES PAPER CORPORATION TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA Alabama's first Kraft Pulp and Paper Mill, con- verting pine woocl into lcraft wrapping paper and paper bags by a continuous processg in reality a large scale laboratory of electrical, mechanical, civil and chemical engineering, ancl constituting a valuable addition to Tuscaloosa's educational, economic, in- dustrial and commercial structure. GPIKXSSB Daily consumption of Pine Wood-300 Cords Daily consumption of Coal-250 Tons Daily consumption of Lime--67,500 Lbs. Daily consumption of Salt Cake-60.000 Lbs. 915942939 DAILY PRODUCTION OF FINISHED PAPER AND PAPER BAcs- I50 ToNs. Over nine acres of floor space. Two miles of private switch tracks. Maximum capacity of boiler plants, ll,0O0 boiler horse power. Maximum capacity of steam turbine. over l0.000 horse power " csazawnawrs asaacwzawz " THE COROLLA, 1929 , I , ,GI CLEMENTS STUDIO PORTRAITURE GROUPS VIEWS FRAMING TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA H I BOB'S BARBER SHOP TUSCALOOSA Hwfeire with you, 'Batman Before You "Settle Down." Inves- tigate the Opportunities N AIaI1qma's Only Seaport AAS DA VIS PACKING COMPANY D Honey-Suclfle Meal Procluclsn MOBILE, ALABAMA . WHEN YOU COME TO Wholesaie "Far Goodness' Silks: ELI! Smillfs Bread an alfa FRUITS AND PRODUCE Long Distance Phone 4229 MONTGOMERY, ALA. Smithis Bakery "Where Quality and Purity Count" MOBILE, ALABAMA The 73aragon 73ress PRINTING, PUBLISHING BOOKBINDING T. G. FLINN, President MONTGOMERY. ALABAMA SINCE 1878 Capitol Clothing Store "On the Square" MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA " czwznczwzsczwzs czwzsczmzacawrs 4' THE COROLLA, 1929 Q, I 1 KDKA IEIWWDGWWDWWJGFMDWWD GWWGWWWWDGWWZGWW Stein-Bloch Clothes KNOX HASFS, MANHATTAN HIRTS COFFEE PINCUS CLOTHING COMPANY The Best Cofee That Money MOBILE' ALABAMA Can Buy ROASTED BY Baggage or Storage DIXIE COFFEE phone 37 COMPANY ROBERTSON BIRMINGHAM, ALA. TRANSFER CO, I 25l5 BROAD STREET SOICOI Brothers "We Co the Limit to Please" COROLLA FURNITURE ADVERTISERS RHONOORAPHS CLOTHING RADIOS Q Two Stores lo Serve You l72I THIRD Av 2319 S S BIRMINGHAM TUSCALOOSA " Gwamwzmwzs czwsmwzczwu " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 I 1 I rl? ifcqiwaawaawwmaaaaaa aawaawzaaabmazaaaiiw Comgilfments of WARREN, KNIGHT AND DAVIS ARCHITECTS FOR FOLLOWING BUILDINGS CHEMISTRY BUILDING, University, Alabama EDUCATIONAL BUILDING, University, Alabama ALABAMA POWER BUILDING, Birmingham. Alabama . WATTS BUILDING, Birmingham, Alabama PROTECTIVE LIFE BUILDING, Birmingham, Alabama MERGHANTS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, Mobile, Alabama HIRSCH MILLINERY COMPANY 2l3 NDRTI-I NINETEENTH STREET BIRMINGHAM. ALA. SOLE AGENTS DOBBS' FIFTH AVENUE HATS FOR WOMEN And Exclusive IVIiIIinery for the Particular Woman BIRMINGHAM ELECTRIC CO. Electricity Gas Street Railway BIRMINGHAM ENSLEY BESSEMER " mwfsciaazsczaazs czaarsawffsczaaza " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-I ' 1 ' ff LQQMECMEQMDCMEQME CMECMEGMECMEQEH' MILLER fd MARTIN, Architects J. A. LEWI.S, Engineer TITLE GUARANTEE BUILDING BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Architects for DOSTER HALL fWomen's Building, COMMERCE BUILDING FARRAI-I HALL fLaw Building, AMELIA GORGAS MEMORIAL LIBRARY PosT OFFICE AND SUPPLY STORE NOTT HALL fMeclical Buildingj C-ORGAS HALL fBoys' Dormitoryj SEVEN FRATERNITY AND SORORITY HoUsEs I SIX FACULTY RESIDENCES he cover for thls annual was created by The DAVID J. MGLLOY CO. 2857 N. Western Avenue Chicago, Illinois awry Molloy Made Cover bears this trade mark on the back lid. " Cwaczwzawa czmwawwaawrs " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 I A I rg? WGEWDGWWJGNWDGWWEGWWD WWGWWGWWDGNWEGWWDW G. W. CHRISTIAN S. P. FAUCETT CHRISTIAN 81 FAUCETT GENERAL MERCHANDISE , COTTON BUYERS COUNTRY PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD TELEPHONE No. I85 A Broacl Service- Our policies are progressive, our service is prompt and intelli- gent, and our stocks are varied and complete. We are equipped to rencler a superior service to any class of mercantile or industrial operator in the following lines: ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES CONTRACTORS' EQUIPMENT AND EQUIPMENT INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES HARDWARE AND MACHINERY AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT PLUMBING EQUIPMENT BUILDING MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES McGOWIN - LYONS Harclware E3 Supply Company MOBILE ALABAMA " GWWJWWIZSGWWD GWWJWWDWWI5 " THE COROLLA, 1929 52-z ' 1 ' rg? HCA TRO ,P dl R.W.HoUsT .A ICI H l. Sl-IELLEY, Cashier j. E. CARTER, A C h DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, fB800,000.00 The City National Bank of Selma REX'S PERCOLATOR NEXT T0 REX PHARMACY JUST A GOOD PLACE FOR STUDENTS TO EAT AT ' I A REASONABLE RATE Compliments of THE MOBILE REGISTER ESTABLISHED 1814 AND THE MOBILE NEWS-ITEM EsTABI.IsI-IED I897 PATRONIZE T COROLLA ADVERTISERS " GWWDGWWDGNW WWJWWEGWWD " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 ' 1 ' rg? LQCIWWDQWWJGFWDWWGWW GWWBGFWDQWQWGWWDGWWJQJ ATWOOD AND NASH 'ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA DESIGNERS OF THE NEW ALABAMA STADIUM BEDSOLE COLVIN DRUG CO. Wholesale Druggfsts BIRMINGHAM AND MOBILE THE HOUSE YOU CAN DEPEND ON " GWWDGNWJWW GWWEWWDGWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 Q-1 I I i I rg? LQCIWWWWGWWDGWWDGWWD GWWZCNWDGWWDGWWDWQQJ SKINNER MAXWELL BUILDING CO. INCORPORATED General Contractors PHONE 2l9 TUSCALOOSA, ALA. BUILDERS OF THE CHEMISTRY BUILDING TI-IE WOMEN'S BUILDING THE EDUCATION BUILDING TI-IE MERCHANTS BANK BUILDING Adler Couegian Two Pants Suits AT ONE PAIR PRICES 9535.00 TO 339.50 Approved By Well Dressed College Men Everywhere BARNETT fd' WILLIAMS Quality Clothes for College Mer1 Shop maria Zee B ut -' 5 MII W, Eirenrh waning W, al yn! Ilaiirmtnglpam, Alabama m OWS ' GNWGWWJGNWQ GNWJGWWDGWWD ' THE COROLLA, 1929 l ' ' A A ' rg "We Sell OnlyCNa?!lc?nally Adm ' l -Z-H Shirts, Hats, Hose ff Neckwear J , X f General l-laberdashery 16, If POTTERLROSBY L xwconvomnan U der Battle House MOBILE, AL 95 R I FOR AUTO PARTS xg 'UQ S- SEE 'Tuscaloosa QW Wrecking Co. L 2301 23nD Ava. TUSCALOOSA. ALABAMA QUALITY FOODS AND HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES AT ANY OF TI-IE. STORES OF . ALABAMA'S LARGEST FOOD DISTRIBUTORS HILL GROCERY COMPANY It Pays to Tracie Where Quality Counts " GWWDGNWDGNW GWWESGWWISGWWI5 " 'f www F IREDRGDF MODERN S.H.PeCk I-IOTEL co MOBILE ' ALABAMA THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 I 1 ' ig LQWWDGWWDGWWDGWWDGWWD WWGWWDGNWEQWWDGNQGY COMPLIMENT5 OF THE CENTRAL F OUNDRY CO. THE CENTRAL IRON al COAL co. HOLT, ALABAMA "TuscaIoosa's Inclustrfaf Pionee fait 1 1' ' DRUG COPPORATIUM INC. MOBILE. ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF Surgical, Laboratory and Hospital Supplies DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE TO THE MEDICAL PROFESSION HOSPITALS AND ICK-ROOMS THROUGHOUT THE STATE " awsciwrsswrs awwsawrsawzi 1' THE CGROLLA, 1929 Q1 I 1 I I rg? Dance Programs and Leather Dance Favors Invitations and Novelties THE CHAS. H. ELLIOTT COMPANY The Largest College Engrciiving House in the World Commencement Invitations. Class Day Programs, Class Pins and Rings MAKERS OF I929 RINGS, UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA SEVENTEENTH STREET AND LEHIGH AVENUE PHILADELPHIA Wedding Invitations Fraternity and Class Menus Stationery, Calling Cards " WWGWWGWWD GWWDQWWJGWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 Qggpli IIGYEQ GWWHGWWDGWWDWWDGWWD A WWDGWWDGWWDGNWDGNWD A STORE THAT CATERS TO COLLEGE FoLKs PARTICULARLY Specializing in the neecls of young men and women. with none but quality, style -right things to wear-at prices that make it a matter of economy to buy here. HERMAN SAKS Eff SONS SEcoND AVENUE AT EIC!-ITEENTH STREET-ACROSS FROM OLD PosT OFFICE BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA Comgilfments of JACK LYNX DANCE ORCHESTRA BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA HAS ADOPTED GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS Another outstanding educational institu- tion is aclclecl to a list of users nationally known that exceeds many thousands. Matthews Electric Supply Co. STATE DISTRIBUTORS " WWDGWWWWD GFWDGWEWDGWW " THE COROLLA, 1929 116252 "FOR ALABAMA, ITS PORT AND PROGRESS" THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK MOBILE, ALABAMA COMPLIMENTS OF The The University of Helinurn Candy Co. , Alabama MONTGOMERY Wiih Frequent, Luxurious Coaches Between Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, Meridian. The Vogue New Orleans and' Interme- l824 THIRD AVE. SMART APPAREL That Costs So Lilllc CHAS. WEINSTEIN, Mgr. cliate Points. Old South Coache STATION--UNIVERSITY 5'ronr. S ,ig 'L UTS sfflf I W! f ww 'Q ,ff n si Q rms- CHOICE I, PIECE ' Moo -1- V ix.- Y! T an T C f I UF LAND S 5 I role aww 8 . Q0 5 f f '12 E5 L J' " , P- E 6. M, A ,ww -iq .if s wee I 'I ii Nl A-' A 1 :E 7 L,-- ff' . Q 7 -71 F, 3"T sim, f -- r E59 'T Vu A' rf: THE COROLLA, 1929 Q1 1 1 1 ' 9 rg, WHEN IN TOWN EAT AT BANKS DELICATESSEN REGULAR MEALS SHORT ORDERS MAN-SIZED SANDWICHES GOOD COFFEE t COURTESY AND SERVICE 525-527 23RD AVE, TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA RENT A NEW CAR Drive it Yourself SAUNDERS SYSTEM Next Door to 'Bama Theater TUSCALOOSA COMPANY 2301 BROAD ST. 507 13TH AVE. Phone 2'12 Phone 1295 SODAS Candies patronize Corona Acfvertfsers Telephone 234 They Co-operate With You " GWWEQWWDGNWD WWGWWDGWWD 1' Fa THE COROLLA, 1929 A.-1 I 1 ' rg, wakwaczwwmmmwamwz awmawrsawsswzsawbgy STRUCTURAL STEEL STEEL JOISTS-ORNAMENTAL IRON FOR THE NEW EDUCATION BUILDING FURNISHED BY THE INGALLS IRON WORKS CO. Execulivc Oficcs and Tivo Plants BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 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