University of Alabama - Corolla Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)

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Ewing llrruihrnt nf Ihr Muiuvruitg uf Alnlnunu, unhvr xuhmar mim- lvuhrrulgip tlpr iuatitutinu ham muhr rznpih grnmtlp tu im lJl'1'Hl'llf runinhlr punitiuu. x f 1 1 1 94.53. School The College of Arts and Sciences is the original central or- ganization of the university. Though not a professional school, it has kept pace with scheme of modern education in its Curri- culum and teachings. lt provides a broad background of culture and training upon which the structure of a professional education will rest to the best advantage, as well as giving that sort of training calculated to make its students intelligent, liberal-minded, public- spirited citizens. Dams C. II. liARNWlEl.l. A.M., 1-n.o. Law School The School of Law is one of the oldest schools of the uni- versity, first opening its doors in 1845. That is has met the re- sponsibilities devolving upon it is evidenced by the great num- ber of distinguished members of the bench and bar it has furnished the state and nation. The School of Law is approved by the section of Legal lidu- cation of the American liar Associition, and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools. The Law School gives such training as will ht its students for the active duties ol the oflice and court room, at the same time impressing upon them an 'exalted idea of the ethics of their profession. Draw A. J. lhuuoui A.M., msn., i,i..n. School of Ulfledicine The School of Medicine is il necessary and essential part of the University of Alabama. At present only two years of medi- cine are taught, but the Alumni Association of the university and the State Medical Society are committed to the building of a four-year school and teaching hospital as soon as possible. Emphasis is placed not only on scholastic development, but to the building of character, integrity and purpose, native re- sourcefulness, good citizenship and professional usefulness. Draw S'rumt'r Gimvas A.n., M.n. ,-' J: - ,Y ,I I , .X 1 A Q' "ss-ul l'-K-. ' rr t -. n 1 l r' --f--- gf-----A --fe -, - , . 11, 1 1 ' .i Nh' ' ' " ' Q' z ' 'fx-'X I' - i - L31tg:.,i.19fgc?if s-4.,,g1.-...V-Lil.-' ' X sent-.-XV, ,.f"fi:,, s, .........' w 11 jl 4, . .t.,, , ,X-, -,mf 1, ----t'tz', hw 'I ,W t ' V-. - "- -.f ,,,,,J..1f ,,,.xt5XX.,f,,! ,,,, School of Commerce Though one of the youngest sehriols in the university, the School of Commerce has experienced a phenomenal growth hoth in number and elliciency. lt is second in size of the schools of the university and is rated as one of the live best commerce schools of the United States. Such growth is due not alone to the increasing demand for specialized education, but to the completely eiiicient way in which this demand is met by the School of Commerce. Its stu- dents are not only taught the mechanics of business, hut are litted to meet the increasing political and social and Civic respon- sibilities that falls on the modern business inan. DEAN Lien Buioooo AM., i,r,.o. College of Engineering Dlmx Gicontna nl. Davis CJE. College of Education The College of liducation has for its purpose the training The College of Engineering seeks to develop in its students character, judgment, efliciency and technical as the prime re- qnisites of a successful engineer. Courses are offered in all the major branches of engineering, including chemical engineering, civil engineering, commercial engineering, electrical engineering, hydraulic engineering, mechanical engineering, mining engineer- ing, sanitary engineering and industrial management. In keep- ing with its progressive policy, a thorough course in aeronautical engineering has been added. ln addition to technical instruction in Held and laboratory, the essential qualities of vision and leadership are fostered and developed. of teachers, principals, supervisors, superintendents and other educational workers. The degree of bachelor of arts or bachelor of science in education may be obtained after four years study. The masterof arts degree may be obtained after one year of further study. Special degrees are given in physical education, trade and industrial education and elementary education. The School of Education is housed in the new Graves llall, remarkably well equipped with olhces, classrooms, libraries, lah- oratories and exhibiting rooms. , - s x 7f'-- r ,U t 1 , ,M 4 ,. , f.,'iw-z-i- 1 4- r fff . fr: ---, K. it ' X ge ' A Lg xc,-fi..L.1'LLLi,Q.-h:,:.'l,L1.Lbt?:Q--H DEAN james J. Dos'rieu AM., 1.1..n. The Qraduate School 'l'his newly organized school has experienced remarkable growth under the guiding hand of Dean A. B. Moore. In 1925 a comparatively small number of students were enrolled, but by ably feeling a long-felt need it numbers its students by the hundreds. The chief aim of the Graduate School is the promotion of a spirit of research and the development of a power to do independent work. lt develops the habit of intensive study, re- sourcefulness and more mature judgment. lt gives a more liberal culture than is acquired in undergraduate work. Drafts: A. H. Mooiuc M.s., Max., I-n.n. Tenn of t-Wien Dabney S. Lancaster, as Dean of Men, occupies a position that is as impossible to define as it would be to describe the legal, social and parental duties of a father, or the duties of an older brother or of an intimate friend. VVhere fathers some- times fail the Dean of Men must succeed, where older brothers are neglectful the Dean of Men must be thoughtful and con- siderate. Every hour of the day and every day of the week then Dean of Men must give sympathetic attention to the problems that arise in the lives of college students and must attempt to arrive at the proper solution. I-Ie must look after the interests of all students while seeing to it that the regulations of the institution are upheld. I The Dean of Men is chairman of the Committee on Social Activities and Student Organizations, and is a member of the University Council and of the Committee on Student Publications. lhlsslax' S. l.ANCAS'l'IiR Dean of M rn Executive Secretary Mr. Ralph li. Adams, as executive secretary of the university, has charge of the admission of all new students. He acts as assistant to the president, and in that capacity a mass of admin- istrative duties devolves upon him. I-Ie authorizes all of the purchases of the various departments of the university, and in addition to these duties he serves on a number of committees, such as the Athletic Committee, the Social Committee, etc. The executive secretary occupies one of the most important posts in the entire organization of the university. He is truly the con- necting link between the administration and the student body. RALPH Ii. Aoams li.w'1'11l1fvf' S1'f'r'r'lm'y ..,.- t,'. l ' ,1 .' , 7' 'it U l , -'f",'a1J"J'! " '- r.-.....,...-.-f,- .-'f Summer School The Summer School is more and more becoming an integral part of the university, and in addition to its other functions serves to make the university a twelve-month institution of higher learning. Many regular session students continue their work in Summer School as well as those students who are able to attend only in the summer. The Summer School is divided into two terms, a first term of six weeks and a second term of five weeks. Students may attend either term or both terms, completing in one term six semester hours and in both terms twelve semester hours of work. Dk. jouN R. Mclluua M.A., ru.o. The 4Dean of Women The dean of women's oflice is more than one of numerous departments of the university. lt is the seat of government of the women students, not in that which discipline is concerned, but in so much that all activities of women students revolve around or pass over the desk of the dean of women. Every woman student has at least one conference with the dean of women during the semester. These conferences are sought for advice in making decisions regarding courses of study, living expenditure, sorority problems, chaperone's appli- SIIALIER C. Ilousl-:xt Trra.uu'w' ."l cations, permission to leave the campus, and many, tnany other questions. It is one of the few ofhees on the campus which comes in contact with and deals with the personal life of the student. if lt is, in fact, without dispute the real medium between women 'fl students and the University of Alabama. I Miss Aosns Iiuaax lliuuus Dean of ll"omf'11 . l Treasurer of The University , The ollice of treasurer is a very important one among the Q administrative oH'ices of the university. It is a responsibility of no small proportion to receive, disburse and properly account for all the monies necessary to the maintenance of a great university. The treasurer also lets the contracts for all new buildings and has the duty of supervising their construction. One of the reasons for the remarkable growth of the university f is the thoroughly elhcient and capable way in which its finances 5 have been administered. 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HERBERT CDSBORNIE . . .NVIIITIZ fIIl!SON Prrsiflmzz . . . . ANGL's M. TAYLOR 1'irz'-Prrsizlwzf. . . . SAMUIQI. PERRY Sfrrvmry- Tnmzzrw- .... H ARRY PRITCI-I IETT School of Commerce Prvsizlerzt . . . . . . IRIS W. CARMACK S1'1rrf't111'I-Tr1'11I'1n'1'r . . ROBERT C. ERVIN n 1 n J I,1l'F-P!'I'.Yll1FlIf THIIRNTON BIIIGQOII NIOORIZ lelzstormn . .... . .josmflrr Ffmool, Clays Pmplwr ....... .IIIIIN M. SI-IAVIIR School of Engineering Prf'.Ii1l1'nl. . . . RIEYNOLD SHOTTS l'iI'1'-Pr'z'.virl1'1II . . . ,CECII, CLARK , Svrrzffrlry-Tr1'1Is11r1'r ....... -IOIE SAILOR School of Education P'I:F.fil1l?lll.. . . .I .... ANNA BROWN Sz'rrz'lrn'y . EDITH MARIE NICKEL l"u'1'-Pl'1'.v111z'11l JOHN VVILLIAM NICINTOSI-I 1!'I'llXll!'l'I' . . CLARA LOUISE DALEI5 School of 3VIedicine l,I'l'.S'lI1l'7If. . .el9LEMl,lE?"KLXRRARD l'i1-e-l'rvI-iflvnr ..... IAIUGH H. BARFIELIJ Szfcrzftflry-lrffrlslnw' . . . RUSSELL NEVITT 'l'Il'llll'0 on Pago 33. .,,.,,,T M ,,,.,..,..,.,...,,., , ,...... . ,.,,.,.. ,fx .,, .A .,.x.,.,,,, ,,.., Q. ,....,. , ,,,........V x I., .,I, N """" 'I ,,,. ,,,V .. ,,,,v -mL:VlwyM,ff,4 My-7,7 gf... ,Ax fn ,.,.. ?,,37h.M- VIII jfugmrr-, ,vll . fjflfijw .,..,,., .xwffoI,IN-.1113.:g,r4wI..,fif,1.2,e.2.f'3 " ,f,f,:,5,i,2,:,e'-, ,.,, 25.1 .,..V ,:1pp:5ff,eI:'v- '-'A, ,',': Q .,2bzg5u.IIb 31 I Junior Class Ufficcrs School of Law Pmviflml . . . HUGH XVu.1.1Ams l"ll'l'-l,l'l'Sllll'llf . ..... LAWRENCE OAKLEY S1'4'r1'frl1'Y-Tr1'11.v1ll'1'r . . . . ANDY ANDERSON J School of offrts and Science Pl'6'.Vl1Il'lIf . . . IJAN MCCAI,I. Vifrzf-l"1'1'xi1l1'11l .... . ROSS SMITH Sf'n-m1ry-Trwzszzrrr . . .JAMES MAClJKJWlZI.I. School of Commerce Ijrfaviflmz . . SHAFFIER BOONE lfllfl'-lJl't?Slt1l'Ilf . . . . . ERNEST RAZEK Sz'r1'z'In1'y-T1'r'r1.v111'z'r . . VVILLIAM G. HARRISON School of Engineering Prexiflmzt . . . flU'1'HRIIE MAliRY I'ife-Presiflwzr .... . C. B. JOHNSON Sl'l'I'l'flll'j'-7lI'1'lIJ'lll'l'!' .... JAM IES ICSTABROOK School of Education l,l'l'.VlIl!'lIl . . XVILLIIE MERRA TAYLOR I 'fill'-lJl'I'XlI1l'71f .... . . G. G. SIMONSON S1'n-1ftm'y-fl'1-wzxzlnfr . . . CLALJDIA MAE ICLLIS School of 1-9VIedicine Prfsizlfizt . U. V. DAUGHERTY Vizie-P1'1'si1lz'11I . . . . .A. H. SELLMAN S1'1'rr'f111'y-Tr1'r1.s'111'1'r . . . VVILLARD IGLEI-IEART "" 'fff' ff """' W "" -,f.f ' H , 5 32 ophomorc Class Officers School of offrts and Science Presirlzwt . . . . STUART AIKEN ljifl'-I,I'l'KlflI'7If . . . CHAR115 AIDRIDCI- Sm'rl'f111'y-ffrrflzxllrrr . .... TOM C0014 School of Commerce President . . .JAMES DEWBIERRY lfin'-l'r1fsi11m1t . . . A1 IZERT WEST SH'I'I'fIlI' V-'l'I't'Il5llI'l'I' . . ELIZABETH DAY J School of Engineering Presirlenl . .... FRED HUBER I'il7l"Pl'l?5llll'7Il . . . THCJIXIAS I-11-REI-ORD X S1':'r1'ln1'y-T1'f'11xln'w' . . . . E1VI1I.INiUMMER School of Education Prrsiflwzl . . . . . WILLIAM MCJULIJIER l"i4:1'-ljrrsizlwzt . . . . . .JOHN MASSIEY Sr'4'1'1'1'111'y-Tr0r1.v11r1'r . . . HUGH MOONEY I my f -1-7?4,7.:. ' ,.9,?,:,.m..: ,.., ,Thy!j,W,,,::lf.,:..:,wi,:,,, ,..,...,,.,,.,..,,, fl: lllvl, ,Z.:::,,,,ag3 'Vl,V A:'::3"fff:g"7i"''W.:j"'7': Mizrfwx X "'A"' 'X f 1, ffb E111 TR x ff? 'n'h"' 2 ' MH" x"V 7 WA" A 'HW ""' "7""""1 ,,,,..,,, , ,f 1gg.:5,2,e:,,,,l,,,1x.::-fl,11,f,, mf!" -fff QQi3vgyeLaK22 i a y. fw 33 Freshmen Class Officers Freshman Law School Pm-iflent. . . . BfmNN1zAl: M URRAY 7l'1-msfmfr . . FRIENCHY YARBROUGH Vive-I'resi1lm1t . . . AI. O. SIQNTELI, Svrrfvfzry . . MASON Gooumxs 04115 and Science School Prcsizlant . .H1I,I,MAN HOLLEY I 'ffl'-lJI'l'1'il1l'IIf . . . . . HALSEY TOWNS Sl?!.'l'FfIIl'j"Y'I'l'lI.VIH'1?I' . . . , . E. M. FRIEND Commerce School President . . .Rlcr-man Mmma I'iff'-Prfavirlffrzz . . . .EDWIN CRICK S1'crz'im'y-T1'1'11y11rer . . . . FRANK LYON Engineering School President . . , . . D. C. Bknwmz lrlfl'-P7'l'A'lIll'7ll . . . . IonN VVILSON Sccrctrlry-'l'r1'a.vl1rf'r . . . C. CEUILMARTIN Education School 1'1'c'si1l1'11t .IVIARTHALINIE HAS'l'0N llllfll-P7'6.Villl'7ll . . . JlENlEI.LE VVILLIAMS Sm'rffmry-fl'rmxu1w . . .THELMA SAUNDERS if vfflifli f' ie-f' fi ---- l.,A Al.. 'l'Aff f ii'fi f "i'e""i' 5' 34 ll This is the 'Rarest CDream 'That e,er dull sleep CDid mock sad fools withal. Shakespeare-Pericles. P0 T GRADUATE E IQRS raucllualtcs Al.BliR'l'A Irene Aus'rlx, K K l' . . . . . . . . Mobile, Aalabama ,flrls and Srzmzcf Chl D1-lla l'hl, Pl D1-ltu Slmnu, "l'rlnn4uu NVhlu-" Staff, Y. XV. C. A. Cnbl- uvt, Junlur lfuvully, 'l'l'l'llNlll'l'l' l'l ln-lllr Sigma, Svc,-uw-l,ux'y Uhl Dnltu 1'hl, A. ll., '29, LliSl.llE M, Blil.l,, 6 'T Q. . . . . . . . . . .Dozier, Alabama flffi' llllll' SCIIVICL' Phi T31-tu Kuppu, l"hl Bl-tu Phi, Alpha Epsllun ll:-ltu, Gummu Sigma Epsllun, l'hl Bm-tu l'l, l'l'1-slllc-ull fllilllllllll' Plus:-u, '30, .lunlnr Faculty: Ilunur Noll. '27, '2S, '29, 1'rl--All-rl Club, 1'residcnt 1'r0-Med Club, '29, 'Trluuson While" Htal'I', clrauel Sl-1-ri-lury Alpha ldpsllun U1-Ita, A.B., '29. RAYMONA BlaR'rRAM . . . . ...... Vinegar Bend, Alabama .elrls and Sm-nu' Chl ln-ltu l'hi, Kuppu lh-lla l'l, Phl lla-tn. Kuppu. l'lUllliR'l' KINABRIEXV Bmunax ..... . . . jacksonville, Alabama liduralmn Ufllr-1-l's' Uluh, Pldui-uliun l'luh, "C'm'ollu" Stuff. jAMlis YANCHY BRAME, -'lv A 9 . . . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Arr: and Science Kappu Bm-lu Phi, Chl Butn I'hl, Alphu Epsllnu Delta: A.l!., '29, Kvy-lcv: Si-zulllrzlnl anal lilarlv, Euphlun, "Ulu-nlln" Staff. l'l0R'l'ON CAMP, 6 T S2 . . . . . . . . - . . Muuford, Alabama Mvdzczne l'hl Chl: Proslrln-ut Sophomore illcillvnl fllllflrll G0l'lg'R2-l Medlcul Snclvty l"i-lluwshlp, A. A. S., IllSfI'Uf'll'l', Physlolulry und Pharmzumloagy. '29-'30, Furrenslc Uounull, '28, '29. I-Iucu W. CARBON . . . - . . . . . - - . - Centre, Alabama flrls and Sczenre O A K ' Alpha Phi Epsllon, Rhn Thrftu Alpha, Kappa Dm-ltu Pl, Knppu Br-tu Phl, lh-tu Gummu, I'l'n-slrli-nt I'hllomuthlc, '28, l'rc-sich-nt Pri--Law Club, '27, l'I'l'Hlll1'lll "Al" Smllll Uluh. '28, President Club Ghllmlllnc, '29, Junlur Fau- ulty, '28, '29, S1'vl'utury-'1'r0nsu1'e1' Forensic' Cnuncll, '28, Flat Cam, Blue KPN: Ill:-uorlnu Si-ulur lflass: A.l'S., '29, Instructor ln History, '29-'30, "t'rn'ollu" SLu.l'l', '2S. '29, '99, Sr-4-wtnry-'l'r'L'aSuI-or Grnuluntu Cluss, Honor L'unm1ll.li-L-, Exon-utlvie Llununltteu, Y, M. Cl. A. Unblnet, Blue Illzlge Dulc- N gntlr, '29, Asslsluut ldclltnr "Crimson White", '3D. EDWARD SAm.lcR CARO'1'uERs, TI K fb ...... Oak I-Iill, Alabama flrls and Sricnre A M P, fl' ll K LONA L. CA'l'IIliY, A Z - ........ Birmingham, Alabama flrls and Scianre .Iunlor lfavully, Hrucluntn Club, VVll.l.lAM LONNIH DAVIS . . . .... . . . Lexington, Alabama Ellumlion l':1lllC'llflllll 1'l!lll. Llzox MAURICIZ DUNNING, T SZ X . . . . . Thomasville, Alabama l:'ngmL'z'rzng 0 A K Tau Beta Pi: Chl B1-tu Phl, 'Phi-lu Tull, llluv Ks-y: Scnhlmrcl und Blade, lluuor Roll, '2ll. '27, '29, l'l'l'Slfll'llf Sl-nlur Clams '29, llnum' Committee, lixi-1-utlvv f'0llll'I1lll0l', '30, l'rl-slrll-nt 'l'uu Bi-ta. Pl, '30, l'roalrlc-nt S. A. N- E-, '29, l'r1-slmlvul A. A. I-I., '29, Si-vrl-t:ll'y-'l'l'c-asuw-x' Otflvcrx-l' Club. '28, '29, 'l'l'l'll!-lUl'l'l' St. l'ul.'N f'llll1lllllll't!, '29, .luulnr Faculty, '28, '29, '30, Gate 1'luh, Calla-t lllujur lie-prulux' Arljulunl, '29, l"m'l-mm: Couna-ll. '29, Secretary Tau Bom l'i, '29, ILS., ln Cmnmvrc-lul Ent-flucvrlmz, '29. F'u.o Aucusws Honclas . . - ....... Toccopola, Mississippi Arlx and Scicnce Al.maR'r Sluxlfx' lIAluus .... ..... . Banks, Alabama Edumlion Kfjlllla Ur-Ita l'i, Asslatunt, lllm-vtfu' Pllyslval licluf-atlcm. Summvr Schools. '21, '29, '29, Fi-llow ln tfllmniatry, '30, IA- l"m-1-lv cle- l.olTrr-3 Education Club, Vl4'l"l7l'l'HlCl1'lll Kuppn lu-lm l'i, Surnlnur, '29, SARAH ELLA lIAUGll'l'0N . ...... . . . . Quinton, Alabama flrls and Scimzrc l'hl Us-tu Kappa, l'hl Mu Epsilon, Kuppu Dvltn Pl: l'l'm-slrlunt Wnn1nn's Uouuvll, '2S. '29, l'rs-allla-nt fllrls' "A" l'luh, '27, '28, S4-vm-tm'y YVOmnn's Uuunvll, '29, Sl'1'l'l'ULl'y l'l Mu lflpsllnu, '29, Dlri-vim' Pl Mu Epsllou, '29, f'1rI'l'1'Hv011Illl1l-1 Hv1'I'vt:n-y Kappa ln-lla l'l. '29, Vll-1--lu-ve-ilcll-:lt Kappa Della Vi- 'Bill l-lx:-1-utlvu f'omu1lllum-, l'rs-alrll-ut Ks-ystono, '29, Vlcv-Preslclvnt l4l'llI-H10 of NYomuu Vutvrs, '29, Mortal' lioarcl, Allxoruu Syilui-y Award, '29, ALB., '29, VVILLIAM BRADFORD Huua . . .... . . . . Hartselle, Alabama Arr: and Sri:-nu' l'hl Br-tu lflllllifli Chi Ili-tu l'hl, Alpha Epsilon Uvltu: The-tn Kappa Psi, I'1'usIcliu1t Euphlau, '29, Suurm-tary Chl Bolu l'hl, '29, Excnlslor, Band, Hlllfrll flllllll Y. M. fl. A. Slul'I', '29, "f'l'lY1lNllIl xvllltlll' Stuff. '29, Pre-Mml Clllll. '2f'i GVIIIIG lllllllll' Alpha Epsilon Dultu, '29, Juulfn' Faculty, '28, '29, Joslaeu Hovkxss JAMES, K A . . . . , , , ', Greensboro, Alabama .11 rl: and Sczmrc 36 iradluauizcs JAMES RILEY JoNIas . . . . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Edumlion Ecluc-nllon I"IulI, '28, A.B., 'JEL EUGENIA EI,IzAnIc'I'II KIRK, X S2 . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Educalmn Knmm Dcltn ll'l, GII-Is' Gu-I1 Club, '27, '28, '29: liilllfwltion Uluh. '29, '30. KENNE'FII VVOODFIN LINDSAY. . . - - - - -00010, Virginia Xlrls and Scicnre Astronomy Club, .lunlnr Fun-ulty, Flxoulzelori PN Uluh. 1- l,:I w Club: Edum-ation MIRIAM AUS'I'IN LOCKE, K K L' . . - . . Arts and Srurnrc Phi Bota Kappa, Kappa DI-lin l'l, f'hl In-Ita, PIII! Ol' LIHiVi'l'Hity Woman: Junior i"lL1'liil1'l Girls' Arlvm-I IIIUPUIEQ 1'an-Hollnnic Counvll, '2li, "4'nI'ull:I" Bourcl, "Ul'il'I1S0ll White Stnff, Erouoplili-, Mortal' Bnnril. . Mobile, Alabama Aim-I'If-1111 Assoc-lution l ', i"l'f'HillTHLl1 Unm- .. AUSTIN R. MEAnows . . . . . . . . . . Equality, Alabama Educatum Phl Beta Kunpu: lfnppu Dultau. l'i, l'hllonIaLhlC, .Junior l4'uI-ulty: Ecluvu- tlnn Club. BLANCIIII AURORA MERCER, A A A . . . . . . DeLand, Florida flrls and Scivnrc GRACE MARJORIIE MILLER, II B 'fb . . . . . . . Dallas, Texas .flrlx and Scivnre Curollnc Hunt 1'lub, 400 Club, KI-yslono: A. A. U. W. JAMES H. NIIWMAN . . . - . . . . . . . - Lafayette, ,Alabama Ari: and Scmzu' Phi Butu. Kumm: Onilvron DI-ltu. Kappa: Alplm Dvltu Slmnn, Kappa, llvltn, Pl! Alpha Phi Epsilon, lQllllllI'llllI-TIG: llonm' 'Roll '26, '27, '2S: Ufllfillllil! Ftvlluwa-Ihlp, 1-lnnnr und iqX0l'llf.iVl' Cnnnnittvoi .luulor I"m'ulty, 1'lIllomnt.lIlc, Vlco-1'I'u:-Ililollt GI':ulun.LI- Class. WILIIIAM JENNINGS BRYAN OWINGS, 6 T I2 . . . Sylacauga, Alabama Mrdicim- Phi Chl, Junior Fm-ully, '2li. '27 '28, VII-I--l'I'c-slili-Ill fi0l'l.2'i1S lkli-clivaxl So- I-luty. '29, A.li,, '29. WILLIAM Fl'l'ZHUGI1PAl.MIiR. . . . , . .Dothan, Alabama .flrls and Sl'll'Ill'L' llnlvcrslty Rand, "22, '23, '24, ll. 0. 'l'. C. liund, '22, '23, Rill'l'lllll"l' .lzunnicr f3l'l'hl'8ll'll: ffilllhlllllll' lVJl'4'iH'Hil'1l, '25. '26, '27, '29, i':lll'Ull1'?LIl Tour, '26, Glc-o Club, AJ3. D4-I.,I'nv, '27, .lunior Fu:-ulty. ANNIE MAX' PIERCE . . . - . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Eriumliozz A.Tl.. Mississippi Slnlu Collvgi- for Women, Enlucutlon Club. MORRIS ScHAEIfI'ER . . . . . . . . . . Brooklyn, New York .flrlx and Sczrnrc SARAI-I FRANCES SWANN, A X Q ........ Mobile, Alabama ' .4175 and Sl'il'IlCL' Grndlmtc Club, .lunlor Fai-ully. Lois D. TQIIIBODIEAUX, A 1' A ...... . . Mer Rouge, Louisiana flrfs ami Srifncc TIIIIRA MAII 'TOWNERY . . . '. ...... Smithville, Mississippi flrls and Srimzu' Jllllilll' Fuvllltyi A.B. ill-5.211-0, M. S. C. NV. Roy RoIzERI'soN VVILKXE, A X .... . . . . University, Alabama firis and Sriwrzm Phi Beta Kaplm, '29, Knmm Doltu l'l '2li: Alplm Phl EUHUUVIA '26: Blllvk- ll'illl'HQ "Crimson Whlto", '23, '26, "Corolla," Stuff, '23 '2fi! El'DH0I1l1lC. '22, AIJUHLITIIL QuILrlrnIII.:lo, '26, .lunlur Faculty, '20. TIIoMAs WII.MoN'r Woon, B K . . .A . Birmingham, Alabama Com m crcc Beta Omi-gn. Dultn, 'l'I-misfur BlrmlIIu'lIILIII-Soutlwrxl: Junior Fnoulty. 37 Senior Class 'l'llliODORl5 JARRE'l"I' Amekckomnnz . . Lafw -lf A A EVA Omvrs Amxms, li fl' . . . . . . Co m mcrcc Birmingham, Alabama . Red Level, Alabama Chl Th:-tu: Keystone: llonor Roll, '26, '27, Commerce Club. Mks. KA'l'lll.l5liN GIBSON Acme. . . . . . flrls and Scicncc . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Ilonor Roll, '26, '2T: Kappa Doltn Pl. Flcmx SAl,vAnoR AI.l'ENl'l'0, Ju., A fl' A . . flrls and Scicncc . Bronx, New York Rulfus IIENRY Al.l,DRElJGE, B ll ...... Brooksville, Alabama Medicine Theta Kappa Pnl: Gorgas Medical Sor-lm-ty: Crlmston Tetc Club, LAWRENCE K. ANDREWS, E N . . . . . . Union Springs, Alabama flrls and Science Knmm Garnxnn Psi: Sf-nhhard and Blade: Vlee-President Freshman Class, '27: Baton Club: "Corolla" Staff, '28, '29, '30: "Crimson-White" Staff. '28, '29: Glee Uluh, '27, '28, '29, '30: Glee Clnh Quartet. '28, '29, '30: Black- rrlnrs: Gate Club: Mmn-u.:nr Glee Club, '29: Otlh-ers' Club: S. A. M. E.: Mnnngcr Capstone Orch:-stra. lfl.lZAlllE'l'lI ARllU'l'llNO'l', A l' A . .... flrls and Science VVn.l.lAM BARRON ARBU'l'llN01', X fl' . . . Senior Lai-w 41 A 41 FERNANDO AsraNclo . ..... . Medicine Alnlm Epsilon Ds-ltn: Sem-retary Club of Nntlnns: Club. IRVING Lenox' BAm'rs, PZ K! Xl' . . .... Art: and Science Fencing Team, '28: "Crimson-Wh Dokornx' ANNE BOCKl.E'l'l', Z T A .... Art: and Science . Marion, Alabama . Marion, Alabama . Mayaguez, Porto Rico Vice-President Spanish . Bronx, New York e." '2s. . Xenia, Ohio llnnnr Connell, '27, '28: XVomnn's Cuunvll, '29: Pan-l-Iellcnlc, '29, '30. QPIEORGIE Fluanmucx BAIHR, III, A A X . . Asheville, North Carolina Medicine Umla-run Omega Nu: Alphu Epsilon Delta: Them Kappa Psi: "Crimson- Whlte" Eclitnrlnl Bluff: Pro-Med Club. I.laoN RAx'MoNn B1uNmum:ia. . . . . . . Ari: and' Scurncc 0 li 'l', 'I' K A . Bessemer, Alabama Euphlan: Excclnlor: l're-Med Club: Truck. 1 JOHN CAMPBELI. lmNKs, A T A ...... Columbus, Mississippi Arts and Science Transfer Wzxshlntgon and Lee University. 38 Senior C ass MARY EMMA Bmwus , ...... . Northport, Alabama Education liIsR'I'HA BAIIRn'I'I' . ..... . Verbena, Alabama Education OPAL Lvna BARRINGER . . . . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama .elrls and Science :L ll 2, II- ll K Knmm Delta Pl: Educntlon Club: Secretary Junior Class ln Education. CHARLES 'JOSEPH BEANIE, E N . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arts and Science Scubbard and Blade: Alpha Delta Blgmn: Second Lleutenant R. 0. T. C., '29: Captain Adjutant Artlllery, '30: Oflicers' Club: Arch Club. PAULINH BEARD . . . . . . . .Pine Apple, Alabama Education Transfer Alabama Collage. MAIITIIA Gooowvu BEASLEY, A 1' A .... Montgomery, Alabama Arts and Science Pi: Honor Counell, '28, '29, '30: President Wuman's Pan-Hellenic Council, '29: Keystone: "Corolla," Staff: Chl Delta Phl. GwIzNnoI.YN MAB BIaI.I., A A A ........ Selma, Alabama Education Pi: Keystone: Pan-Hellenic: Womnn's Connell: Band: Sponsor, '27: Charter Member of Debating Club: Gate Club. IRVING VINCENT BIsRNs'I'nIN . . ..-... Newark, New Jersey Ari: and Science DAVID WAYMON BISHOP . . . , . . . . .Roanoke, Alabama Commerce Delta Sigma Pl: Alpha Delta. Sigma: Quadrangle: Phllomathle: Vico- Presldent Y, M. C. A.: Euphlan: "Corolla," '28, '29: Forensic Councll. PRESTON THOMAS BIsIIoP . . . . .I . . Titusville, Pennsylvania Education I Assistant Teacher ol' Physlcal Education. CAnoI.YN BI1AnI.Isv, K A ...... D . . . Bessemer, Alabama Art.: and Science XVILLIAM Onan BnAnI.I2Y . .' - . . . .Cottondale, Alabama A Educalzon Rox' A. BRAIISIIAW ...... . . . . .Montgomery, Alabama Chemical Engineering Prcsldent Gamma Sluma Enx-Illon: Secretary Chl Beta Phl: Junior Fac- UHY. '28, '2ll: Fcllowshlp III Chemistry, '28, '29, '30g Freshman Track, '28: Varsity Track: "A" Club. MA'I'rIIz RUTH BRANYON ...... Q - Kennedy, Alabama Education 39 Senior Clss NICHOLAS TILFORD BRAswELL, A T Q . . . . . Demopolis, Alabama Commerce Scabbard and Blade: Rho Alpha Tau, '26: Arch Club: Executive Com- mttee. Rum' FRANCES BRENNAN, B fb . . . . . . Bridgeport, Connecticut Arts and Science A 41 M Glee Club: Club 400: Albcrtus Magnus, '26, '27: Southern, '28: French Club: Treasurer Delta Phi Mu. MARGUERl1TE FRANCES BRIDGES . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Education Junior Faculty. ELIZABETH BRIGHT, A X Q. . . . . .Talladega, Alabama Educalzon Blackfrlars: Honor Commltteej '28, '32: Woman's Pan-Hellenic: "Rammer- ammer Staff. JEROME M. BRITCHEY . . ....... - . New York City Ari: and Science Jasons: dr B K: 2 T Omlcron Delta Kappa: Blue Key: Chairman Denny Chimes Committee: Junlor Faculty: Omlcron Omega Nu: Officers' Club: Pro-Law Club, '27, '28: Euphlnn Literary Society: Military Ball Committee, '28, '29: Fellowship ln English, '29, '30: Rho Theta Alpha, '28, '29: Secretary Pre-Law Club, '28: Treasurer Omlcron Omega Nu, '29: Battalion Adjutant: Freshman Track: Second Battalion R. O. T. C.: Rat Cap Committee: Excelsior Literary Society: "Rammer-Jammer" Staff, '29, '80: "Corolla" Staff, '29, '30: "Crim- son-Whlte" Staff, '28, '29: Honor Roll, '28, '27, '28: Glee Club, '28, '29. '30: Business Manazer "Winged Messengern: S. A. M. E.: Senior Class Orator. THoMAs Assorr BKITTON, II K A . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Commerce Alpha, Phl Epsilon: Euphlans, '28, '27, '28, President '27: Varsity Rltle Team, '26, '27: Scabbard and Blade: Odlcers' Club: Captain Battery "L": S. A. M. E.: President Junior Commerce Class: '28: Executive Committee. ANNA ELIZABETH BRowN, A A A . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Education Erosophlc, '27, '28: Blackfrlars: Debating Society: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '27: Education Club: President Senior Class ln Education, '29, '30. RACHEL WARD BROWNE ..... 1 . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Educanon WILLIAM THOMAS BLACK, A T Q .... . Memphis, Tennessee Pre-Medical Glee Club: Blackfrlars: Musketeers: Ninhthuwks: Key Ice: Pl Delta Sigma: L'Apache. ANNIE RUTH BLACKWOOD, B fb. . . . . Cleveland, Alabama Educalion Y. W. C. A.: French Club: Education Club: Transfer Woman's College. JULIA MARIE BI.AIzE ......... Bay St. Louis, Mississippi Arts and Science JAMES CARTER BooNE, X dw .... . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Law Scabbard and Blade: A.B. Degree University of Alabama.: Honor Com- mittee, '27, '28: Executive Committee, '27: President Senior Arts Class, '27: "Corolla" Staff, '29: Blackfrlars. MoRRIs VICTOR BoRENsTEIN . . . . . . . . . . Portland, Oregon Aft: and Sczence Phi Delta Epsilon: Transfer University ot Oregon. MIRIAM Boro, A X 0 ........... Hartford, Alabama Arts and Science Education Club: Junlor Faculty. 40 Senior Class . . Laurel, Mississippi 0'1'xs GAIL Born . ....... . Arts and Science MA1'r11sw BUCCA, T Q 23 ......... Brooklyn, New York flrts and Science E II 2 FRED HILL BUCRELBW, 111 E K ..... . Sulligent, Alabama , Pre-Medical EUEL J. BURCH, 6 T Sl . ...... . . Florence, Alabama Commerce Commerce Club. I. B. BURDICK . . . . . . . . . . Double Springs, Alabama Ar!! and Science Society of American Military Engineers: Cadet Captain Company "G", '30: Ofllcers' Club. '29. '30. MARY EL1zAnr1'HBURo1N. . . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arif and Science Blackfriarsp Honorary Cadet Colonel: Girls' Basketball. ' , Club: "Crimson-White" Start, '28, '29. 27 '28: Girls "A" I' A ........ Tuscumbia, Alabama MANEl,I.E BuRRE1'1', A Art: and Science MARY ROBERTA BURNS, A Z ....... . . Kilby, Alabama Art: and Science Blackfrinrs: Erosophio: Junior Faculty: Woma.n's Council: Honor Council: Secretary Pan-Hellenic Council: Honor Roll: Kappa Delta Pi: A. M. P.: Mortar Board. DAVID CARROLL BYRD . . .... . . Cleveland, Mississippi Lafw Sonbbard and Blade: Sigma. Delta Kappa: A.B., University ol' Alabama, '27: Masonic Club, '29: Honor Roll, '24, '25, '26: Eiicelslor Literary Society: Faculty. Fellowship ln History: Jun or O. R. C.: JEAN CADMAN, Z T A ...... , ..... Atmore, Alabama Arts and Science Bluukfrlurs Council, '29, .l0. FRANCISCO .FROILAN CALDERONI. . . . . . .Brownsville, Texas Medicine 6 K NP GORDON CAMERON, 9 X . . . . . . . . Montclair, New Jersey Commerce Delta Sigma Pl: Gleo Club: "Crimson-White." EDGAR Ross CAMP . . . . . .... . . . . Perdido, Alabama Mechanical Enyineerzny University Rifle Team, Treasurer S. A. M. E. . ...... X . Ulster, Pennsylvania EMILY SUSAN CAMPasLi ' Education 41 Senior Class JUSTINA CAMPBELL . . . . 1 . .York, Edumimn Education Club. Alabama Pli'l'ER ALl"Rnn CARA'I'I5l.l.I, fl, 9 X . . . . . Rochester, Pennsylvania Arts' and Science XVENDELI. RonER'r CARl.soN, E fl' E . . . Monongaheln, Pennsylvania Ari: and Srimcv Bvtn. Omega Deltug Tl'1'2lSUl't"I' Ruta Omogu. Dcltng Honor Roll. IRIS hNAl.'l'liR CARMACK, 9 X ..... . Phenix City, Crlrmnrrn' 0AK,AEIl.AAX.A'lYE Alabama Jasons Blue Key: Pre:-ilrlvnt Senior COIIIITIGFCO Class: Aluhmnrt Quadrangle: President Alnhanm Quadrangle: Exevutlve Commlttevg I4'ox'cnslu Council, Junior Prom Commlttov: Regimental Adjutant: R. O. T. tk: Pri-Nltlcnt Delta Sigma Pl: Philomathlug President Phllomatlilop Svabbard and Blade, Secretary Jasons. ALmfR'r VAUGHAN CASE, Z A E . . . . . . Short Hills, New Jersey Arts and Science Key Ice. JOHN PATRICK CATAPANO, fl' 9 X ...... Brooklyn, New York Arr: and Scicnre MARIANA CECIL, Z T A . . .... . . A . Grayson, Kentucky flrls and Scurna' JOHN H. CHAPMAN, JR. . . . .... . Montgomery, Alabama , Lafw A.B., University ol' Alalmma, '28. MARX' Louisic Cl'll!NAUl.'l' . . V . . . . . Decatur, Alabama Lafw A.B., Unlvcrslty ol' Alabama, '28. DAVIS CHIPPS, 'I' A 9 . . . . . ...... Corinth, Mississippi Pre-Medical Key lvog Trtunsl'vr from Unlvurslty of Virginia. CECIL CONRAD CLARK . ...... . . . . America, Alabama Cllrmzcal Enyuzccrzng Chl Bom Phlg Tau Beta Pl: Mining Club, Vlcn-l'r4-sldent Senior Englnver- lug Class, Ft-llowslilp ln Chemistry. Louisa CLARK, A E. A. . . . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama Ari: and Scwnrc Pun-Hollcnlv Count-ll, Woxnnn's Honor Council. MliKl'l' DuWr1'r CLrcMuN'rs, JR., A X A . . . Birmingham, Alabama Pre-Mcdiral fl' X7 K 1' A Gus SlawALL CONNERTI-I . . . . . . . . Alliance, Ohio Commerce 42 Senior Class E. E. CONRHY, JR., A 'l' A ...... Randallstown, Maryland flrts and Scivnre A. M. E., :-lor-rotnl'y-'l'l-vamlr-m' Ofllrre-rs' Club: . Svublmrd und Bladc-: S. Major ll. O. T. ta. CAROLINE Cook, A A A . . ...... Birmingham, Alabama Aria' and Scifnce ARTHUR Lawxs CooPnR, A I' ll . . . . . Mt. Vernon, Kentucky Medicine 'Phctu Kappa Pal, Masonle- Vlubg Gorgaa M1-dl:-nl Sovlety. WAYMON WAl.'l'ER COOPER . Elhelville, Alabama Ari: and Scienre Junior Faculty. D. Ml'l'CHEl.l. Cox . . .-.. . . Water Va'ley, Mississippi Arts and Sl'iHl!'t' Freshman Trm-lc Tram: Assistant ln Engllsh. . . . . . . . .Atmore, Alabama CPEORGE C. CROOK, K A . . Ari: and- Sriance - SARAH MARGARE'l'CROSHX'. . . . , . - - .Sheliield, Alabama Ari: and: Serena- l-Ionor Council, '26, '27, '28, '29: Delogau- to Blue Ridge, '28: Commorc-e Club, '28, Ghlbr-lllno Club, '29, League of Women Vote-rs: Vive-Pr:-sldent ol' Honor Coun:-ll, '29. l-IHRmsR'r LESTER CULLEN . . . . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Chvmifal Engmccrzng , Tau Hein Pl: Gaunmn Sigma Epsilon: Chl Bam Pnl: Erosophlv: "CrlmHon- VVhlLu" Stnl'l', '26, '27, '28, Vin-s--Prnsldcnt Honor Roll, '27, '29. HAROLD FRANK CUNNINGHAM, A X ,A . . Franklin, Pennsylvania Commerce Alpha Kappa P:-xl, Knppn Gamma liultng Pmx-Hr-llonlo Councllg Gln-0 Club. CLARA Louisa DALEE. . . . . . - .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Education Kappa Delta Pl: llmmr Roll. '26, '27: B. S. U. Rf-porter. '28, '29, B. S. U. Svwr-tnl'y, '29, '30, Junior Faculty, Trvasurer Ss-nlm' Class in Eduvatlnn: l"l Mu Epsilon, Edu:-nllon Club. JAMES Damm, , ........ Union Springs, Alabama X flrls and Scwnce L. Puss DANIELS, II K fb. . . . . . . .0cala, Florida Arts and Scienre S1-uhbnrrl und Blndn. Roosnvmfr R. DANSBY ....... . Gilbertown, Alabama Commerce Dvlta Sigma Pl: Fr-llowshlp ln Ql'C'0UllUlll.Z'1 Junior Faculty: Commervn Tlllh. MA'l"I'liliW HENRY DAvmsoN, JR., A K E . . . Cnhoes, New York Arts and Science P811-l'Il'lll!IliC Council. 43 Scnionr Class ALICE Jos DAVIS . . . . . . . . . . New Orleans, Louisiana Arts and Science HENRY AI.MoN DAVIS . . . . . . .Town Creek, Alabama Commerce 2 H Honor Roll, '26, '27: Secretary and Treasurer Commerce Club: Fellowship ln Accounting. JAMss EARL DAVIS . . . . . . . New Market, Alabama Commerce Suabbard and Blade: First Lieutenant Scabbard and Blade: Officers' Club: Commerce Club. PHILIP DAVIS, 41 K E . ...... .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Engineering SUMNER DANFORIH DAVIS, II, A X ..... Birmingham, Alabama , Medicine 42 X VIc'I'oIuA DAvIs, A Z . . ....... Birmingham, Alabama Education Pl: Blackfrlars: Woman's Councll ilfreshman Representative '26, President '29J: President Keystone, '29: Kappa Delta. Pl: Pan-Hellenic, '28: Mortar Board tvlce-Presldentl: Glee Club, '27, '29: Executive Councll, '29: Foren- slo Council, '29. Ross DELUE, Z B T ...... . . . . Chicago, Illinois Art: and Science Kappa Gamma Delta: Freshman Track Squad, '27: "Crimson-WVhlte": "Corolla." ALEXINA Dnmouv, K K 1' .......... Mobile, Alabama Art: and Science Kappa Delta Pl: Mortar Board: Woman's Council, '27, '28, '29: Pau- Hellenlc: Keystone. BURNE'l"l' HoIzAcI-: DILL, A X ........ Valparaiso, Florida Commerce Scabbnrd and Blade: Blue Key: Varsity Baseball Manager: Major Second Battalion. MYRA DIxoN. . . . . . . . . . .Cleveland, Ohio Arls and Science Club 400: Caroline Hunt Club. VIRGINIA LESLIE Donsms . ...... Fort Sam Houston, Texas Arts and Science Glen Club, '27, '28, '29: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '28, '29: President Y. W. C. A., '29: Junior Faculty, '28: League ot' Women Voters: Honor Council, '28. FLOYD T. Dosss . ..... . Collinsville, Alabama Education Alabama Quadrangle: Freshman Football, '25: Varsity Squad, '27, '28, '29. Ikvmc DoI.sIcY . . . . . . . . . . . . Jersey City, New Jersey Arts and Sczence ' "Crimson-White" Staff: "Corolla" Staff. HUGH REYNOLDS DOWLING, K E . . . . Ozark, Alabama La-w 0. D. K.: Alpha Phi Epsilon: Scabhard and Blade: Blue Key: Slzma Upsi- lon: Phl Delta Phi: "A" Club: President "A" Club, '29, '302 President Pan-Hellenlr: Council: President Cotllllon Club: Parasites fPI'esldentJ: Skulls: Senior Law Class Orator: Jasons. 44 Senior Class . Birmingham, Alabama ELIZABETH DOZIER . . .... . . . Pre-Medical A E A. 9 X A M1NNus DICKINSON DUNN, Z T A . . . . Grove Hill, Alabama Education Education Club. THOMAS F. DUluu2'r'r, 41 E K ........ Quincy, Mississippi Art.: and Science Pnn-Hellenic. jess S. Esskor, 22 X ..........' . Burdette, Arkansas Arts and Science Jasons: "A" Club: Varsity Football, '28, '29: Track, '28, '29. WIL1oN ELI.lO'l'I' . . . . . . . . . . .Mob'ile, Alabama Arts and Scxcnce Editor "Crimson-White," Summer '29: "Rammer-Jammer": "Corolln": Royal Order of Sea Dogs: Forensic Council: Alabama Outboard Club: Slgma Upsllon. MAv1s EMERSON, A A A .......... Anniston, Alabama Arts and' Science ll MAURICE KOHN ERDREICH, Z B T . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Commerce Blue Key: Alpha Delta Sigma: "Crimson-XVhlte": "Corollo": "Rammer- Jnmmer": Erosophlc: Commerce? Clgblgl Omcers' Club: Junlor Manager foot a . LELA MAY ERICKSON . .... . . . . . . Canton, Mississippi Arts and Science ' Pro-Law Club: Crimson Tete Club. Roasar C. Eavm, 2 -If E . . . . . . . . West Monroe, Louisiana Commerce Alpha Phl Epsilon: Rho Theta Alpha: "Crimson-White" Staff. '29: Corre- sponding Editor "Corolla," '29g Phllomathlc Literary Society: Secretary Alpha. Psi Epsllon: Secretory-Treasurer Senior Commerce Class. I-IUHERT Joe EVANS, -lr E K . . .V . . . Florala, Alabama Commerce Jossm-I FAnooI. . . . . . . . . .Birmingham, Alabama Commerce Slgmn Eta: Alphn Delta Sigma: Phllomathlc: Junior Faculty: "Corolla" Staff: "Rn.mmer-Jnmmer": "Crimson-Whlte": Historian Senior Commerce Class: Honor Roll, '27, '28, '29, '30, RUTH FAIR. . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Education HARRY HASKEL FARB . ....,.. - . Arts and Scwnce BEN Jumon FAREARH, 41 E A ...... . . Newark, New Jersey Arts and Science KFA' 45 . Newark, New jersey Senior Class ABRAHAM FE1NnRRo . 1 Ann-rivun Son-l El.lZABE'l'H FERGUSON, A I' A . Arts RACHEL BUCHANAN FERGUSON, Ari: MARX' Jlassm -FINNELI., X Sl . Ari: P13 Glrls' "A" Club: Town Ro ISABEI. FISHER, Z Tl' A . . . . Arts CHARLES HERMAN F1.Ax, fl' A Ari: 'THOMAS LRR Fos'mR . . . f'ifcfil'+- ' ' " . Brooklyn, New York Enginenring l-ty ol' Clvll Englnovrs. . . . . Spartanburg, South Carolina and Science H A I' A . Spartanburg, South Carolina and Science ll . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama. and Science presontutlve ot' XVoman's Council, '20. . . . . .Brenham, Texas and Science . . Newark, New jersey and Science . . . . .I-Iuntsville, Alabama 1 Engineering Scnbbord and Blade: Theta Tau. Wn,1.lAM CPRADY GAm,R . . . . . .. . . Cullman, Alabama Engineering Masonlc Club, S. A. M. E.: A. T. E. E. RonER'r LEMELY flARRARD . . . . . . . . .Boaz, Alabama Medicine 4'l1K,0AK,l'2l+I.Xllll',fI'X,AEA Honor Roll, IJllll0lllll.thll': Euphlung Erosophlog President Sophomore Med- lcul Class, Executlvc Counvllg Forensic Council, '27. RICHARD GASSliNHElMlER, Z B T . . . - .Montgomery, Alabama C o 1n nzerce Alphu Della Slpzmog Kappa Ga Band, '26, '27, '28: Baton Cluh: Fm-shnum "Ramon-1'-Jammer" Staff: Trru-k, '26, Fellowship ln mma Deltni Euonomlvs. SAMUEL EVAN GRWIN, T S2 X . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arla and Science J. EUGENR GIBSON, E fb E .... . . . . . Decatur, Alabama Arts and Science Pm!-Hellenic Council: Gloo Club, '27, '28, '29: Bond, '27g Capstone Orches- trug "l,1urollu" Staff: Slgmu In-Ito Kappa. Wnrru EnwARo GmsoN, JR., A T A . . . Birmingham, Alabama Law .Blm-kfrlarng Prophet of Senior Law Class. CLARENCE M. GlI.BEll'l' . . . . . . . . Elmira, New York Education 46 Senior Cllass I I I I I .X I ' I i I -I I FRANCIS PETERSON GIVIIAN, E A E . . . . . Montevallo, Alabama 5 Art: and Science ' I i : I ,. l I GANEl.l.E GOGGANS, A EJ A . . . . . . . . River View, Alabama I Arts and Science , Pl Delta Slgma: Sophomore Repreacntatlve Honor Council, '28: Junior Rep- l rcscntatlve vV0lTlB.Il'H Council: ScI,:I'etary VVoman's Council: XVoman's Coun- I Cll, '30: Pan-lslcllcnlc Councll, '28, '30: "Corolla" Staff, '29: Y. NV. I C. A. Cablnct: Executive Committee, '29. , I I l MASON F. GoonI.oE, A K E. . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama l Frcurhman Lal-w ' I Phi Delta Phi: Sccrotm-y Freshman Law Class: Sea Dogs: Forensic Council. A Il NonI.E VANN GRAIIAM. . . . . . . .Huntsv1lle, Alabama Commerce N I f 4 Y l JOHN JOSEPH GRANDE, A fb A . . . .... Brooklyn, New York 5 Ari: and Science I I ' X I EUGENE E. GRANDINE'l'1'l . . . . . - . Long Branch, New Jersey V Engxneermg - Q.: Honor non. 'zs, 'sm A. s. o.,m. fl' , LESLIE BALTAR GRANT, 2 A E . . . . . .'Biloxi, Mississippi X A , , Law Blue Key: Phi Alpha Delta: Vlce-Presldcnt Senior Law Class: Blackfrlars, ll '27: Pan-Hellenic Council: Secretary "Alabama Law Journal." ,IX ', , ,Y ffl MILBURN PICKETT GREEN . . . . . . .Winfield, Alabama l,'i'gQ Commerce . gill: I Alpha Delta Sigma.: Commerce Club. flllwtl IRVIN H. GRIFFIN, TI K A . . . . . . . . Moundville, Alabama Z3 Arts and Science Phi Chl: President Euphlan Llterary Society: Forensic Council: Pre-Med Club. I, fl I I ANNIE SUE GULLEY . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Commerce I I 'I FRANK EMlfRSON GUTHRIE . . , . . . . . . Notasulga, Alabama , Education Education Club: Secretary Excelsior. 3 S I I WALTER Howmxn HAcIcwoR'I'H . . . . . Huntsville, Alabama I ' Education l -: I , I I ARTHUR A. HAonAn . . . - . . . . - Worcester, Massachusetts I I Art.: and Science :I 3 ,I i , MORRIS J. HAIR . . . . . . . Soddy, Tennessee I I Medicine , I Phl Beta Pl: Masonic Club: Gorgas Medical Soclcty. I , I x A ,' I K. ,VN wx' .Ie ' All Q' I ,N I V., " X, '," ,I D f' 5. -'Xl 31 .. .. -- 2 xy. 47 L l UI I : ' ,'f',!f.I . A 4 :', ff , .ff r""lji'N' f f ' ,ff 1,1 , 1 "X-H112 . . -. ,p,..,. .,,-.Q . ,.,, ,,-5 K N-, Af., VX, 'W-...Size A no X. 1 x 0 EX Scmnmnr Class la 1 Liz. is 'Q JOHN PA'1'R1c1c HALHY, JR., 9 X . . . . . . Marion, Alabama 55 Arts and Science 1 ig ' 1 lf 5 GE'l'llRAL DINK HAI.s'raAn, A E fl' . . Headland, Alabama Lafw , if Sigma Delta Kappa: "Corolla" Staff, '27: "Crlmson-White" Staff, '267 Pre-Law Club, Pan-l-lcllcnlc Council for Legal Fraternities. ,4 G 5 V l Fosrak H. HAMILTON, 'If K E . . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Commerce I A1-on Club. gi . l 'l JOHN Esws HANBY . . . . ,. . .Attalla, Alabama Medzczne A Alpha Epsilon Delta, Theta Kappa. PSI: Euphlan Literary Society: Ma- V fl some Club: A.B., Amnsma,.'zs. y A ' ' N , . ll , " WILLIAM KENDRICK HARE, X fb . . . . . .,Browng,Y Alabama l Arts and Science 'Ti-lk A -if x 1 , . 15155 :gn Auousrus JACKSON HARRIS, JR., Z B T . . Monfgonfery5gfAlabama ,lf ' Law ' H' F57 Milli V . ,ll li mlm! ' A. . . . Jw, , . f :Lil 1 1 JOSEPHINE HARRIS . . . . . . ,.',Selrng, Alabama limi Educatzon .LQ7 'SW Woman's Fedcratlon Scholarshlpg Education Club: Spanlsh Club. 5 NI - l ,. .. ll . , , . ' lf l RAYMOND WILLIAM HARRIS, Jn., K A . . Winfield, Alabama V fl Commerce ' mgl' Assistant Business Manager "Crimson-VVhlte," '29: "Corolla" Staff, '29, Nfl Commerce Club. Nl ll cl: lvl .W A MARVIN E. HAYES . . . .I . l- . . Ensley, Alabama Engineering l F4 , li r 1' JAMES DEFORD HAYS . . . . . . . . . . Huntsville, Alabama ' Engzneerzng Scabhard and Blade, '27, '28p President Scabbard and Blade, '29g President l fl S. A. M. E. it , lfl , . ,.' . . . . I ll WO0DVILI.E CAR'moN HAYTHE, A X A . . Hinton, West Virgnna L Lafw I Kappa Beta Phi: Sigma Delta Kappa: Pl Gamma Mug "Crimson-Whlte," '28, '29, "Corolla," '28, '29g Asslstant8Buslness Manager "Crimson-White," I ,2 ' ,I l f LAWRENCE LEON HEARN . ..... . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama 5 Arts and Science , Glco Club. ' l LONNIE HENDERSON, fb A Alf. . . . . .Bessemer, Alabama 1 l Commerce WILLIAM Busan Hansen, II K A . . . Martinsburg, West Virginia W Commerce 7-5 ,jay ff 2151? ill A- f lv x'C34rQlf111f,..'59f if . ., , .,,. , , J, ,XA 5 ' i' 'lifil 2 , , . ,ffii "f f Z, A' f ,Q ,K 'lx' A ,fill , V, :- -l-1"' J ' .-g.,-J,-4.fiLg:m '4fgi,Ej ' 48 Senior Class RliUllliN MII.I.Iak l'IliRRlEN, E N ..... .l-Iarlingen, Texas flrls and Seienee Jiwfillsuz Prnt-IlIluIIt Skulls, Sur'I'omry nnd Tl'l'Il.9llI'0I' Parusllos: President ll?lllI'lCll'llll'S1 Rho Alpha Tau, '26, Blnclcl'rlIII'sg Key Club: Sec-I'etnI'y and .ll'l'lll'll.ll'0l' Class, '28, Asslstxmt Editor "RamIIIoI'-Jammer"5 "Crimson- lVhlto": Cotllllon Club Committee: Junlor Prom Committee. Orro SNYIIIIII I-lIak'I'wIc:, fl' K ll . . . . . Reading, Pennsylvania C01Il1llL'fL'L' VIRGINIA AI.I,IsoN l'IIswI.a'I"I' . . . . .... Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arlx and Science . Foley, Alabama WAI.'I'IaIc FRANK I'lll.Cl'lIlR . .... . Commerce "A" Club, Varslly Baseball, '28, '29, '30. PALMER I-III.I., 111 A 'lf ...... I. . . . Moulton, Alabama Arls and Sczence 9 K 'I' LUCIEN HIRscH . ..... Z . .llrooklyII, New York Arts and Sczence l-Ionor Roll, Junior Faculty, Vnrslty Track. Cua'I'Is M. Howua, 9 T Q. . . . . . . .Boaz, Alabama Commerre Olllcers' Club: C0lTlll10l'CG Club, Sergeant-at-Arms CnmmoI'ne Club, '30g Crimson Tete Club, Captn.lII R. O. T. C. AI.. FoN'I'o I'IOI.I.uI' . ..... . -IqlllSt0ll, Alabama Medical 111 B TI EDWARD BAKER I'IOl.l.0Wlil.l. , ...... Edenton, North Carolina Medzcme 9 K 'I' BERNARII HoI.M, fl' 2 K. . . . . I . . .Ensley, Alabama Edutalwn Football, '27, '28, '29, Track, '27, '28, HA" Club, "cm-elm." MIKE HOLMES . ..... .Abbeville, Alabama Q Mediczne ll' B ll RAY VAN Hoon, T Q X . . ' ..... N . Fairfield, Alabama Co 1Il In erre WILLIAM AI.axANnua Hoon, ju., A T Q . . . Birmingham, Alabama Arlx and Science Skulls. VERNA MAI I'IOR'l'0N ......... . . Oneonta, Alabama Arts and Scienee ' 49 r Senior Class WILBUR BROWN HOWl'Il.I,, 9 X .... .Panama City, Florida Commerce A E ll, A A 2 Carolina WILLIAM W1Ns'roN Hov, A X A . .Rutherforclton, North Commerce Glee Club, '25, '26, '27, '28, '29, '30, Alabama DURA OLL HUNTER ......... Double Springs, Home Eronomies Alabama HORACE DANIEL HUGHES. . , . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Engineering Orllcers' Club, Cadet Captain Company "I-I", "Crimson-White" '29, B. S. U. Staff, '28, CECIL ALBERT HURT, K 2 ...... . Chattanooga, Tennessee "A"rClub, Key Club, Theta Tau, Freshman Football: Basketball, '26, '27, '28, 29, "A" Club, '29, Treasurer Class, '25, '27, Treasurer Theta. Tau, '29, President Blackfriars, '28, President Key Club, '28, '29, Key Ice, '28, '29, Engineering Track. AUBREY L. HUSKEY . . ..... Medicine 4' B II LONNIE BELL HU'rcHEsoN ..... . Engineering MARX' ALICE HUXFORD, HARRY S. I-Ivmowrrz A. I. M. M. E. K K 1' .... Ari: and Science Pre-Medical , Pre-Med Club. RUSSELL S. E. IRVIN . ....... . Engineering Jrsnvu C. lvANnsRm', E 'If IC . . . . . Pre-Medical . Dothan, Alabama . Geiger, Alabama . Mobile, Alabama Newark, New Jersey Reading, Pennsylvania Bonne Terre, Missouri Phl Hem Pl, Pre-Med Club. NATHAN JACOBSON, K N. . . . I. . . . .1-Birmingham, Alabama Arte and Science Phl Beta Kappa, Pl Mu Epsllon, Honor Roll, '27, '28, '29, Fellowship ln Mnthemntlcs, Junlor Faculty, Vlce-Dlrentor Pl Mu Epsilon. ROBERT EARL JENKINS, -lf E K ..... . Birmingham, Alabama Engineering Chl Beta Phi, Vice-President A. S. C. E., '30, '29. THOMAS W. JENKINS ........... Oneonta, 'Alabama 50 Electrical Engineering Senior Class Horus Akvnl. JOHNSON, K A ..... Arts and Science Scabbard and Blade: Executlve Commltteeg 0 Captain Buttery "I LLOYD JOHNSON, 6 TQ. . . . . . . Coinmerce Associate Secretary of Y. M. C. A.: Bu:-xlness Manager ol' Fl book and Student Dire PAT A, JOHNSON ......... Education . .Albertville, Alabama illcers' Club, "Corolla," '30, .- 4. . Vernon, Alabama 'eshmnn Hand- clnry. . Graham, Alabama Kappa Delta Pl: Education Club, '29g Erosophic Literary Society, '23: Euphlan Literary Society, '24g Phllomnthle Society, '29. Rov LIDELI. JOHNSON . . - Atlanta, Georgia .firli and' Science 9 K ll' CELESTA JONES . . . . . . . . . . - . America, Alabama A.B. in Education Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '28: Girls' "A" Club: Basketball Team. '27, '28. JAMES W1u.mM JOYNER, 9 T U . . . - . . . Holt, Alabama Arn, and Science CHARLES HOOPER KEl'l'll, K 2 . . . . . . . . Selma, Alabama .flrls and Science 0 A K JHSOHS: President Alpha Phl Epsilon, '29g President Y. M. C. A.,l'2Sg . . , . . , "Crimson-NVhlto" Staff: Forcnslc Councllg Quadrangle, llono: Commt ee. ALBERT EDWARD Klil,l,Y, K A ..... . B rewton, Alabama Commerce JOSEPH GUY KE1,1.EY, IT K 112. . . . . Cullman, Alabama flrin and Science JOHN Wx-n'rr1E1.n KEI.l,El', JR., A T Q. . Montgomery, Alabama Law ' Alpha Mu Rho, Phl Alpha. Delta: Skulls. . Birmingham, Alabama NAN El4lZAllE'l'l-I KENNEDY, li fb . . . . . Arls and Science BllIl,ClCfl'luI'SQ Education Clubg CAROLYN El.lZABE'l'H Kansa, A 1' A . . . llrls and Science fl' B K3 II EMANUEL M. KERS'l'ElN, E Q all . . . . . Art.: and Science French Club. . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama . . Brooklyn, New York Honor Roll, '27, '28. Montgomery, Alabama EDWARD VV. Kn.onow. . . . . . . - - . Declamatlon Con- El'0S0Dhl0. '26g Blackfrlarsg Second Mcdalg' Freslnnan 7 test, '271 1-l0n0r Roll, '28, '29g Phi Beta KSLDDIL. SI Senior Class ANNIE MAIE KING . . . . . . . . Ashford, Alabama Educalion Club 400g Education Club. I'IOUS'l'ON DAVIS KlRKl'A'l'RlCK . . . . . Cordova, Alabama Conzmerce Olllvcrs' Club, Umnmn-rm-u Club, Captaln R, 0. T. C. GORMAN J. KNmu'1' . . . . . . . - . Cullman, Alabama Commerce Commerce Club: Phllomrttlllc. Al.llI5R'l' A. KN0l'lf . . . . . . . - . . Larchmout, New York Ari: and Science Orchestra: Open-ctw., "Pirates oi' Penzance." RUTII MARGARET IQOELN, K K 1' . . . . . . Buffalo, New York flrlr and Science Rum' Loulsla KooNcla, A A A . . . . . . . Florence, Alabama JEAN "Corn Alma Arts? and Science Pl: XV0lllll.Yl'H Cuuuell, '28, '29, Assistant in Geology, '29, '30. PAUL LACOUR, E ll E . . . . .... Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arla and Science lla" Stnrfg Gate Club: Cadet Captain Battery "K": S. A. M. E.: V Ollleors' Club: Pre-Med Club. N VVll.l.lAM LANDEI., A X A ..... Birmingham, Alabama Mechanical Engineering T B ll. ll M li, 9 T Juulor Faculty, '29, Vice-President or Tau Beta Pl. CLEO LANDERS . ...... . . Highland Home, Alabama B.S. in Education 400 Club, Educatlon Club. I-IuuMoN SLAUGI-l'l'lZR LANGLEY . - . . . , . Camp Hill, Alabama Mm. LEON BARN CHAR BORN Jam-'ERsoN LANcr,lav. . . . Engineering Scnbburd and Blade: S. A. M. E. - Camp Hill, Alabama Milling A. I. M. M. E. June LAVIGNE, O A T . .... . . . Arts' and Science Glee Club, '27, '28, '29, '30, Gleo Club Orchestra, '27, '28. Newark, New jersey ARD Aunkuv LEE . . .... . . .Birmingham, Alabama Medicine I'l1l Chl, A.B. Degree, Howard College, '28, mas BOND LlIJl!liI.l. . . . ..... . .Butler, Alabama Ar!!! and Science , A , 52 cinlioir Class H. CIIARI.Izs LII.InNIfIsI,n . . . . .... .New York Arls' and Science Pre-Law Club, Education Club. ORIII, BOWMAN LINDSICY, 9 T S2 ....... '1illSCill00SZl, Alabama: Elrrlriral Enyincrring H- U. Counvll, '27, '28. '29, '30, S. A. M. E.: First Lll'lll0l'IZllll R. 0. T- Lf-I 0fllf'1'l'S' Clllllj Tizmd, '28, '29, '30, Cnpstom- 0l'l'l1I?Sll'llQ A I IF I-' . - 1. 4. MuI.nA LINIQII, A I' A ......... . Monroe, I.ouisiznIa Ari: ami Sczvnm Pl, AVOIIHIIVS Counvll. VIRGINIA RIaIssIa LII-scomn, K A ..,.. Demopnlis, Alabama Ari: and Scicnre Sl, ll A E2 MARION El.IZAlIli'l'H LI'l'l'I.E, K A . . . . . . Alden, Alnbzuna Arif and .S'fiefI1'f Pzm-Hellmiiv. LucII.I.Is I.oI-'I.IN . . , .... Enterprise, Alabama Educalzon JOIIN F. LOVIEJOY, K A . ..... . Decatur, Georgia Medium' JAMES PIIII.I.II' LYNCH, JR., H K 111 .... . Mobile, Alabama Am' and Science Tnu Kpplm Alpha.: Bilton Club: Forensic Council: Triton-olleglute Dmebntilig '1'uIIIng "Cl'll'llSOIl-xvlllfll'' Stuff, "lt:IIIIInI-I'-.luInnu-I"' Sl:II'l', SIIYIIIJUIIN l'IAIuIIs LYNNII, ll K A ..... Q,,,,,,,,,, A1,.I,-,.... Lafw -1- li 'I-. 0 A K, 'I' Ii A. A 'I' I-1 fx- M- 'I'-2 Hllll' KI-yg St'IlIYllll.l'1l ILIIII Hindu: l'hl llvllu Phi: l'I'v:-IlIl1-IIl Hvllllll' 'W I., It Im' l'l'l'4I1lllll l'hl lim-lI'I 'VV 911194: l"I'1-SIIIIIIIII 'l'l'lll'li l70ll1'llQ ll:-IIIIUII " "-I mul Vlvc-l'I'I-slmluxn flIlllL'l'0ll l1I'It:L Knppug ILS., 'AlnlmIIIII l'uIyloI-hIIiI' 1lll'llll.lll0, '27. lol-IN F. LYON, II K A ......... Mmirgmnery, Q Ari: and Scicnre Senlox' CvI1ItzL'II Company "F." joIIN Sco'I"I' MAIQKS, A T I2 . . . , . Mnmgmnery, Lafw Stull' uf' 'UXIILIILIIIIII Law JIIIII'I " SAM li. MARKS, fl' K E .... . . . . Monrgmnery, Co 111 Ill rrrz' Aunklax' MARION MA'I"I'IIIsws . . . . . . Florence, C o m In ern' Bussm MAUI,'I'snv, K A 9 .... . . . . Montgmnery, flrix and Scimirc Al:Ilm:IIn:I Al:Ih:IIn:I Alillllllllll fxlllbillllll Al:Ilm:IIn:I 53 Somomr Class CLARENCE DUGALD MACMll.l.AN, fb A 6 . Art: and Science JAMES A. McALPxNlz, A X A ..... Commerce El.xzAms1'H Louisa McCl.nsKnY. . . . . . Art: and Science DIXIE MCCRAW, A E A ....... Art.: and Science EDNA LEE McDoNAl.n, K K 1' ..... Arts, and Science Nan MCDONAl.D, fl' 2 K ...... Commerce "Rammor-Jammer" Staff. JACK I-IAUGHTON MCGUIRE, II K 42 . . . Art: and Science Fort Wayne, Indiana . . Boligee, Alabama Birmingham, Alabama . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama . Mobile, Alabama .Lead, South Dakota . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Manager '28-'29 Football Team: Business Manager '29-'30 "Crimson-Whlte": Junlnr Manager '28-'29 Rifle Team: Assistant Buslness Manager '28-'20 "Corolla": Blue Koy: "A" Club: "Rammer-Jammer" Staff: Blackfrlars: Forenslc Council: Executlve Committee Otflcers' Club: Junior Prom Com- mittee: Captuln R. O. T. U.: Assmelutu Mnnngvr "Rmmner-Jnmx'he1"'3 Asso- ciate Manager "Corollu." JOHN W. NICINTOSH, 6 'T Q .... . . Dadeville, Alabama Education Buslncss Staff' "Crimson-White," '29: Fellow ln Psychology: Fellow ln History: Vlcc-President Senior Class ln Education. Junior 1f'Aou1tyK E . . . . . . Faunsdale, Alabama Lafw Skulls: Bluclcfrlums: Sou Dogs: Boatswaln Sea Dogs: Secretary-Treasurer Law Class, '29. JAMES BROWN MCCl.ENDON ...... . Birmingham, Alabama Medicine Theta Kappa Psl: A.B. Degree, Howard College, '28, WlLl.lAM NoR1'mNc'1oN MCQUREN, AKD A 9 . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arts and Science Skulls: Parasltes: Senior Manager Football. RALPH C. MCWRIGHT, -I, E K ....... Russellville, Alabama Art: and Science Football, '28, '29: Baseball, '28: "A" Club: Freshman Football, Baseball, Basketball, '27. DsWr1'r CLINTON Mama, A T A . . . . Syracuse, New York Medicine KERMIT L. Massa, E X ......... Kellerman, Alabama Pre-Medical A K NI' "Corolla" Staff, '27: "Crimson-White" Stuff, '27: Rho Alpha Tau, '27. 54 Senior Class EDWARD BAILEY Mitten . . . . . . Gadsden, Alabama Lafw Sigma' Delta Kappa: "Corolla" StaH', '28, '29: 29: Business Manager Summon- Edition "CI'lnIs0n-VVhlle" Staff, '28, "Crimson-XVhlto," '29. Louis S. MII.l.ER . ........ . Buffalo, New York .flrtx and Science MARGARE'I' SINcI.AIR Mll.I.ER, Z T A . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Arts' and Science Eilwaclcfrlarf-1: Erosophlo: Eraiivli Club: Education Club: "Crimson-XVlIltc"g Corolla' Boardg Contemporary Dubatlng Club: Freshman Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. NORMAN Gounox MII.LI-zu, X fb. . . . . Atlanta, Georgia Commerce Arch Club: Alpha Kappa Psi: Glue Club, Tennis Squad. ALICE Louisa MI'rcI4sI.I,, A 1' A ...... Montgomery, Alabama .flrls and Scinucc' X A df. fl' ll K Cli Delta Phl' Erosophlc' Pan-Hellenic, '27, ?"resldeI1t'Omoga: President ,I , , 28: Council, '27, '28: Junior Falgultyci Spanish Clubg Secretary Mortar oar . RUTH MONTGOMERY. . . . . , . ,Tuscaloosa Alabama , E ducalzon Education Club. Loan Mooov . ....... .MouIron, Alabama Education Education Club: Carolyn Hunt Club: 400 Club. RAY DANIEL Mooor. A 21 fl, ....... Birmingham, Alabama .4215 and Science ERNEST GRIFFIN Mooiue, 6 T SZ. . . . Gosport, Alabama Medicine dv X RAY JEMISON Mooke . . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama C 0 in m zrrcc' TuoRN'roN BIDGOOD Moons, II K fb . . . . Mobile, Alabama Commerce Alpha Karma Pslg Executive Committee, '30g Vice-President Senior Com- merce Class: Vice-President Alpha Kappa Psi: Junior Faculty, Honor Committee: Sigma Pl. THOMAS WII.I.S Moons, K ,A .I . . . . Mobile, Alabama Lafw 'PAA ALICE CAROLIN MOREE'lEI.D, TI B 'fb ..... Birmingham, Alabama Xlrls and Science "Corolla" Staffg "Crimson-White" Staff: "Rammer- am fer from Birmingham Southern. J nIeI"' Staff: Trans- AooLFo Monica . . .... . . . . . . . Rivas, Nicaragua Mechanical Engineering 55 Senior Class PAUL JOHNSTON MoRRow, E N. . . . . .Ensley, Alabama Enginccfring 6 T BENJAMIN MOR1'ON . ..... . . . . . New York, New York Mcdxcznc Gorgas Medlcal Socletyg B.A. Degree. IRENE M0'l'l.EY, II B Kb. . . . . . . . .Birmingham, Alabama Arla and Scwncc KATHRYN MouNr1ELb, X ll . . . . . . . .Roanoke, Va. Arla and Science Louis J. MUELLER, A T A ...... . . . Franklin, Louisiana Mining Enginecring Theta Tau, Class President, '28, Secretary and Treasurer A. I. M. M. E., '28, Presldent Theta Tau, '29g "Corolla" Staff. RAFAEL Rurmo MUNIZ . .... . .Porto Rico Medicine fl' B TI HARVEY F. NEEI., 'Il K E . ...... Bentleyville, Pennsylvania Cifvil Enginrcring Theta Tau: Junlor Faculty: Masonic Club: A. S. C. E.: President Beta Omoga Delta. MARGARET BREWER NEl.soN, K A . . . . . . Livingston, Alabama Ari.: and Science Glnc Club. CLo1s FRANK NlawE1.l. . ....... . . . Hopewell, Alabama Education Treasurer Educatlon Club, Kappa Delta Pl. WILLIAM GLENN Nrcaors, JR., '9 X .... Birmingham, Alabama Arts and Science Kappa Gamma Pal: Glee Club Secretary, '28, '29: President Glee Club, '20, '30, Pan-I-lollenlc Council, '27, '28, '29. Enrra MARIE NICKEL, A EI A . . ..... Birmingham, Alabama Arts and' Scicncc Secretary Scnlor Class, School ol' Ecluvatlon: "Corolla" Staff, '28: Pan llellon-lc Councllg Educutlon Club. I-IYMAN DAvm NIIEDELMAN ......... Bronx, New York Ari.: and Scicfzrc THoMAs EDWARD NORRIS, JR. . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Enginecring Proslrlcnt A. S. C. E., '29, '30, Ofllcors' Club: S. A. M. E. PAULINE NoR'roN . .... ........ D ecatur, Alabama Arls and Sczcncc Frtcnuh Clubg "Corolla" Staff: 400 Club. 56 Senior Class LEO C. O'NEn.L, A X ......... Art: and Srienu' . Washington, Indiana ' p "A" Cluhg Forensic Council. Varsity Basketball, '27, '28, 29 LESTISR CECIL O'NEAl., K Z ..... . .Andalusia, Medicine fl' X W. HERBERT OsuoRNE, A X ..... .Birmingham, Lafw 0 A K: Blue Key: Jasons: E H, A E II, fl' A A Alabama Alabama Sem-otnry-'1'reasurer Student Body, '28, '20: President Jasons, '29, '30g Sec- retary Blue Key, '29, '30g Pun-Hcllcnlc Council, '28, '29, '30, Secretary Pan-Hollonic Council, '30. ROLAND FORREST OWEN, T SZ X . . . . . . Bessemer, Alabama flrls am! Sciance 9 K Nl' SAMUEL Wn.soN PAGE . . . . . . . Evergreen, Alabama Commerrr SARAH PAGE . . . . . . . . Castleberry, Alabama Eduratzon Blackfrlamsg Education Cluhg Donating Club. GENEv1EvE RAY PARK . . . . . . -Tuscaloosa, Alabama Educalzon WALTER THOMAS PARKER, JR., 6 T Q . . . . . Carrollton, Alabama Arls and Science ABIKAPIAM J. PERLEY, 9 I ll- . ....... Brooklyn, New York Arts and Sricncc fl' ll K Honor Roll, '28, '29: Junior Faculty. CLARENCE IRA PARSONS . ........ . - McCalla, Alabama Cifwl Engznenruzg JOIINNIIE PA'r'roN . . . . . . . ., . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Edumlzon ducatlon Honor Roll 'EIS '27 '28, '29g Kappa Dolta Pl: Mortar Board, E ' I Iijlulzg NVmnun's Council, '20, 30. liirmingham A'abama SAM DABNEY PERRY, A T Sl . . ..... . , Arts ami Sricnrc 0 A K lilueuliuyg Erlltor ''lllllllIll0l"JlIl'll,ll'l0l"'I l"rcsllnmn Basnalmall, '27: Golf Tvnm, -3. 29: Unptnln Goll' 'l'onm, '20, '30, Rho Alpha Tau, Pax'n:-lltvz-1: Vivo- Pl'1-sldvnt Skulls, Pun-Hellenic Counm-llg Vlr-u-Prcslrlunt Senior Class. . Birmingham, Alabama GUS A. Pli'I'l'l"l', JR., fb 21 K .... . Co 111 m ern' Jmmlllllsl Club Glmlhlllcrnvg Llhrary Ass '28 '29 WILLIAM I-IEFLIN P1ERcE, 111 K NI' . . Lafw Transfer from Vandorhllt: A.B. clogrm-eg Tho Dons. Glue Ulu , is-ata nt 3 "Cl'lll'lH0ll-xVl.lll0" Staff, . Huntsville, Alabama lv '30, V11-L--l'1'4:slml4-llt 57 Senior Class JAMES P. PHILLIPS . . . . . . . .Roanoke, Alabama Commerce Phllomathlc. RAYMOND MCDONALD PIIII.LIPs, A E 111 . . . . Sylacauga, Alabama Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pl: Chl Beta Phl: Junlor Faculty: "Corolla" Staff: St. Pat's Commlttee: Honor Roll, '27, '28, '29, ALBERTA PQAGE , . . . . . - . . . Bay City, Texas Arts and Science Eductalon Club. LEE MCGEHEE PORTER, JR., A K E .... Birmingham, Alabama Art.: and Science WILLIAM ANDREW PRESCOTT, JR., A 2 41 . . Brewton, Alabama Commerce Euphlan: Commerce Club: Junlor Faculty: "Crimson-White" Staff, '27. HARRY H. PRI1'cHE1'r, 'If I' A ....... Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arts and Science Omlcron Delta Kappa: Jasons: Blue Key: Golf Team, '27, '28, '29: Captain Golf Team, '29, '30: Buslncss Manager "Rammer-Jammer," '28: Managlng Edltor, '29, '30: "Corolla" Staff, '28, '30: "Crimson-White" Staff, '28, '30: Prcsldent Junior Class, '29: SecI'etary-Treasurer Senlor Class, '29. '30: Pan-Hellenlc Council: Executive Committee, '28, '29, '30: "A" Club: Black- frlars: Gate Club. Nost. FRANK PRIDGEN, II K A . . . . . . . . Dothan, Alabama Lafw Baton Club: Unlverslty Band, '25, '26: R. O. T. C. Band, '25, '26: Yellow Dogs, '27: Musketeers: Editorial Staff "Rammer-Jammer": "Corolla" Staff: War Horses, '29. JoIIN CHARLES RAMsDEN, fb M A . . . . . Boston, Massachusetts Commerce Scabbard and Blade. ALBERT L. RANKIN, JR., E N ..... West Palm Beach, Florida Cifvil Engineering Tau Beta Pl: Omlcron Delta Kappa: Theta Tau: Jasons: Cadet Colonel R. O. T. C.: Captain Scabhard and Blade: Presldent Omlcron Delta Kappa: Presldent Key Ice: President Theta Tau: Prcsldent Olrlcers' Club: Presl- dent Freshman Class, '27: Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class, '29: Junlor Faculty: Honor Committee: Executive Committee, '29, '30: Parasites: Blue Key: Quadrangle: Vice-President Pan-Hollenlc Council: Cotllllon Club Commlttee: S. AJ M. E.: A. S. C. E.: Rho Alpha Tau, '27: Junlor Prom Committee: Chairman St. Pat's Committee. MARION ELENA READ, A Z . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arts and Science DOUGLAS DURFHE REED, E 111 E . . . . . Chattanooga, Tennessee Lafw 2 A K EDWARD FRANCIS REID, E X . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Lafw Transfer hom University of Mlsslsslppl. MAX RIcH1'sR, A 1' . . . . . . . . . . New York, New York Ari: and Science Track: Junior Faculty. FRANK RIDoI.PIII . . ...... Montgomery, Alabama Commerce 58 Senior Class JOIINNIIE BANKS ROBERTSON, 9 T Q . . . . Vernon, Alabama Pre-Med Lucius WAI112 ROBINSON, fb A sl' . . . . . Salitpa, Alabama flrlr and Science Wn.1.iAM EMANUEL ROBINSON . . . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Arts and Science Cnptnln R. O. T. C., Truck, '26, '27, '28, Offlovrs' Club. WILLIAM Llawls RomNsoN, X II, . .... Alexander City, Alabama Chemical Engineering 1' V F, Y B fl' 0 T ... i . , Junior Faculty, Fellow ln Chemistry, Treasurer Chl Bom Phi. Luo AN'rnoNY ROMANO, A fb A ...... Jersey City, New Jersey flrls and Science II A 1' SAMUEL Rosr:NnLuM. . . . . . . . . . .Carteret, New Jersey Arts and Science lNnz RUNYAN, A A A .......... Guntersville, Alabama .flrts and Science on-U club, '28, '::9. ORvn.l,n FINDLEY RUSH, lb Z K . . ...... Bessemer, Alabama Lafw AflvlC,TKA,AAE.P6A,KI'A ' S l' Student Body '20 "l0' Editor "Crimson-NVhlte", '28, '29, 3 Editor, Summer Erlltlon. 8 .., . , , J Irv ldent o , ., . , Assistant Erlltor "Crimson-XVhlto", '27, '28 uCrlmson-Whltu", '28, "Corolla" Staff, '27, '2 , ..9, 30, Ansoclutl, Fdltor U0"0Ull". 'ZSQ "Rnmmur-Jammer" Staff, '28, '29, Associate Editor Ram- mvr-.lummer", '28, '29, Sports Erlltor "Alumni Nuws", '26, '27, '28, '29, BNHS Key: Varsity Debating Tenm, '26, '27 '28, '29, President Tm: Kappa Alpha. '28, '29, Ghlbclllno, President Ghlbellinos, '29, President Euphlan I1lEl'l'Ilry Society, '27, '28, Surrrctury Euphlnns. '27, Excelsior Lltornry " ' ' llent ol' Fwelslor Soolety '28- Qfwlvty. '26, '27, as, 29, :log Vlco-Prusc ,. ,, , ., lx- M. C. A. C'n.blnet, '28, '29, President Rho Theta Alpha. '28, '29, '30, Nut Cans, Vice-1.'resldent Flat Cans. '28, '29, Junior Prom. Commltteo, :lncoblna-1, '28, '29, '30, Prosldont Jnonblnn, '28, '29, Forensic Councll, '26, 27. '2X. '29, '30, Pro-I.nw Club, Phllomnthlzz Lltcrnry SUCIUWZ Stratford ' ' ' E cu Club. '28, '29, '30, Honor Roll, Publicity Director Ghlbclllno, 29, xo - tive Committee, Aero Club, '28, Vice-Proaldcnt Alphu Phl Epsilon, '29, '30. . i. . Montgomery City, Missouri ,lon NowL1N SAlLok . . . . . Engzneerxng 0 T, Blue Key Exocutlvo Commlttoc, Phllomnthlc Socloty, Bctn. Gamma. VFEDDY R. SALOMON 2 A M .... . . . - Jonestown, Mississippi I flrlr and Sclence Freshman :md Vurslty Truck. '1'uoMAs Currono SALTIIR. . . . . . .Alliance, Alabama ' Commerce Ofllreers' Club, Commerce Club, S. A. M. E. THOMAS DRAKE SAMFORD, Jn., it T Q . . . Opelika, Alabama La-'w fl' A 'ln 0 A K Advertising Manager "Alabama Law Journal". '29,lCl1g1grm3zhn of Student H ..' . ' . v Eclltorlul Board, "Alabama, Luw Journ ELLYN SANDIERSON, Z T A . . . . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Arts and Science Secretary Blackfrlurs, '29, II Honor Committee, '27, Blockfrlars, '27, '28, Pun-Hellenic, '28, FLORENCE SANFORD . . ...... . Parrish, Alabama Arts and Science 59 Senior Class EDWARD HAFFNER Snunonns, fb 2 K . .Bessemer, Alabama Lafw K B Ilv, E A K Secretary-Treasurer Lnw Class, '30, Quo Vadls, Masonic Club, Glee Club, '25, '26, '27, '28, '29, '30, "Crimson-XVhlte" Staff, '29, '30, "Corolla" Staff. '29, "Rammer-Jammer" Staff, 29: Varsity Quartet. 27, De Molay Club. '24, Pan-Hellenic Councll, '28, '29, A.B. Degree. J. ELLIOTI' SCARBOROUGII, JR., K A . . . . Mt. Willing, Alabama Medicine 'll B II SARA ALICE SCO'l"l', X SZ - . . ...... West Point, Mississippi Arts and Science Transfer from University of Mlsslsslppl. JAMES Oscak SEN'l'l5l.L, JR., 42 1' A . . . . Luverne, Alabama Arla! and Science OAK,AAE,1I2Aflf President Blue Key, '29, Vlco-President Jasons, '29, Secretary Omlcron Delta Kappa, '29, Treasurer Quadrangle, '29, President Stratford, '28, "Corolla" Staff, '27, '28, Feature Editor "Crimson-NVhlte," '28, Vice-Presb dent Y. M. C. A., '28, General Secretary Y. M. C. A., '29, Junior Prom Committee. '29, Forensic Council, '27, '28, '29, Vice-President First Year Law Class, '29, Executive Committee, '28, '30, Honor Committee, '28, '30, Ronmrr EVANS Sessions, K A ..... . . Birmingham, Alabama Arts! and Science A M P Berry Snasrrlzn, A Z .... . ..... Bainbridge, Georgia E Ari: and Science A M P Woman's Council, Keystone, Pl, Pan-Hellenic. joan MEBANE SHAVER, JR., T K2 X . . . Opelousas, Louisiana Commerce E H Sr-ahbard and Blade, President Sigma Eta, Presldent Commerce Club, Major First Battalion, Prophet Senior Commerce Class, Sergeant Scablmrd and Blade, 1-lonor R0ll. '27, '28, '29, XVarde-Stearne Prize, '26, '27, '28, Fellow Accounting, '28, '29, '30, Otllcers' Uluh, Junior Faculty, First Lieu- tenant Company "A," '29, Vlcc-Preslclent Junlor Commerce Class, Rifle Team, '27, '28, S. A. M. E. JOHN A. SUINN, jk., II K fl' ..... . Sylacauga, Alabama Commerce liul,l.lf SllIillROVl'l'Z . . ........ Brooklyn, New York Q Pre-Medical EVISLYN SHEPHERD, A A A. . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama .flrts and Science ' H REYNOLD QUINN Suo'r1's, fl' A 11' ..... . Hackleburg, Alabama Mining Engineering XBfl','1'BIl,l'EE llunor lloll. '26, '27, '28, Junlrrr Faculty, '28, '29, '30, A. l. M. M. E., I'resldent Chl Bi-ta Phl, Treasurer Tau Beta Pl, President Senior Engl- nu-erlng Class, Vlm-e-President Mining Club, Vlt-e-President Astronomy club. P EUGENE Sukorr, 0 A 'l' ...... . .llrooklyn, New York Education Josicru S1r.vmzs'na1N, 9 l i-lf. ..... .Bronx, New York Jlrls and Science Leona El.lZAllli'l'll SKIil.'l'0N .,..... Birmingham, Alabama Education KAll.2llD.I.'l'llK Honor Roll, '27, '28, '29, Junior Faculty, Dchaffre Club, Erlucatlun Club. 60 Senior Class ARTHUR MILLER SKIPPER . . . . . . .Columbia, Alabama Commerce JOHN JAY Sl.AUGH'l'ER . .... . . Camp Hill, Alabama Commeree ANN Gskruuola SMITH, A E A . . . . . .Bessemer, Alabama Aria and Scicnee EARLE SM11'H, 0 X . . .... . . . Haleyville, Alabama 4 Pre-Medzeal Omluron Delta Kappa: Scnbbard and Blade: Jasons: Football, '25, '28: Track, '25, '28: Basketball, '28, '29: "A" Club. JAMES 0. SMITH, T Q X .,..... . . Baker Hill, Alabama Arla and Scienee II ME.KAll,4l1BK,OAK President Kappa Delta Pi: Vive-President Alabama Quadrangle: Second Lieutenant Scabbaril and Blade: President Baptlst Student Unlon: Alpha Plnl Epsilon: 1-lonor Roll, '26, '27, '28, '29: Cadet Lieutenant-Colonel: Phllo- niathlc Literary Soclety: Junlor Faculty: Forensic Counoll: Executive Com- mittee: Honor Committee. Lewis A. SMITH, II K A. . . . . . .Birmmgham, Alabama Lafw 4'BK,OAKTKA.A1I'E,Jasons.fIfAfll l Izresldent Student Body, '29: Manager Basketball, '29: "A" Club: Vice- Iresldent, '30: Lieutenant-Colonel R. O. T. C., '28: Business Manager BlFUfkf!'1Bl'S. '30: President Forensic Council, '27: President Freshman Law Class' '28: Honor and Executive Committee, '28, '29, '30: "Alabama Law Journal" Staff: Scabbard and Blade: Fellowshlp ln Public Speaking: Var- " ' 1 ' lihotles Scholar, 1931 sity Di-batlnt, Ptnm , Max Soxox., K N . ...... .Birmingham, Alabama Commerce . . . . . .VVhite Plains, New York MOR'l'ON Sokol. . . . Arts and Sczence Eow1N P, Sol.oMoN, Ja., Z li T .... . Birmingham, Alabama Pre-Medieal JOHN CORNIELIUS Sowomzs ........ Marked Tree, Arkansas Engineering A. M. I. ,C. A T K2 ...... Birmingham, Alabama Ari: and Scienee 'Pl Gamma Mu: Key Ice: Manager Wmxrxza Scorr Sowsm., Golf Team, '28. JOHN Ross SPENCER, E X . . . . . . . . . Eufaula, Alabama Ind. Engmeermg Kappa Gamma Delta: Theta Tau: A. A. E.: S. A. M. E.: St. Pat's Day Committee: Vlct--President Olllcrors' Club: "Corolla" Staff: Scubbard and Blade: Captain-Adjutant Thlrd Battallon. . . . . . . . . . Erie, Pennsylvania flrls and Sezenee Quadrangle: "A" Club: Football: B Wn.L1AM Tnnoooluz SPe'1'z aseball. . . . . . . . . - . Brooklyn, New York Ci-vi! Engineering A. S. C. E. MACK Srrrzsk . 61 Senior Class JOHN ALLEN S'rALcUr . ...... -' . . Winfield, Alabama Chemical Enginecrmg I'2E,TB1T,XB41 IDA MAE S'l'Al.l.INGS . ......... Murphysboro, Illinois Art: and Science , Il M li l-lull Chairman, Honor Committee, '29, Secretary Honor Committee, Wom- nn'N Council, '30, 'l'reusurer Y. XV. C. A., '29, Delegate to Blue Ridge, Secretary El Clrculo Espanol, '29, Honor Roll, '28, '29, Junlor Faculty, 400 Club. HUGH DENI' S'I'ARLING, 22 A E . .... . . Troy, Alabama flrlsi and Science 0 A K: Jasons. Varsity Football, '27, '28, Baseball, '28, '29, Vice-President Student Body. GEORGE LEROY STEELE, T 0 X. . .... Pascagoula, Mississippi Mcclzanical Engineering WILLIAM STEIN, A M 22 ........ Jersey City, New jersey Medicine Gorgas Medical Society, B.A. Degree. JOHN S'I'UAu'r STONE, JR., slr K E . . . Birmingham, Alabama Lafw fl' A A CECIL Hownko Srluxwnluncs, 6 T Q . . . Vernon, Alabama Lafw 2 A K Business Manager "Crimson-NVhlto", "Crimson-White" Staff, '24, '25, '26, Assistant Business Manager "Crimson-White," '27, "Corolla" Staff, '24, '25, '26, '27, Associate Business Manager "Corolla," '28, Editor-ln-Chief and Business Manager "Crimson-White," Summer Edition, '29, Euphlans, Flat Cans, Club Ghlbulllne, Debatlng Team, '25, Excelsior, R. O. T. C. Lieutenant, '28, Alternate Captain Battery "E," '28, Junior Prom Com- mittee, A. S. C. E., Education Club, '25, "Alabama Law Journal." '27, Pre-Law Club, Oflleers' Club, Rllle Team, Publicity Agent, Blackfrlars, '27. BESSIE IRIQNE STRICKLAND . . . . . . . . Girard, Alabama Arts' and Scwnce K A ll Junior Faculty, Honor Roll, '27, JOSEPH TIMOTHY SULLIVAN . . . . . . Oswego, New York Medicmc 6 K Nl' ROGER C. SU'l"l'l.E . . . . . Felix, Alabama Lafw E A K JULIUS SETII SWANN, A X A . . . . . . . Marion, Alabama Lafw Sigma Delta Kappa, "Corolla" Staff, '30, Musketeers, "Crimson-White" Staff, '30. KA'l'l'lIiRlNE SYMES, K A . . . . . . . Sanford, Florida Education HUGO EIIMUNII SZECSI ........ . . New York, New York Arts and Science Freshnmn Tennis Team: Varsity Tennis Team, University Band, R. O. T. C. Band, Boxing Team. ZELMA TANKsRsI.EY .... . .... .Prattville, Alabama Arn and Sczence 62 Senior' Class ANGUS MACEY TAYLOR, JR., A K IC .... Birmingham, Alabama Arts and Science President Senior AB Class' Secretary Freshman Class: Rho Alpha Tau: l A 'ro Blackfrlarsg Skullsi Sc-abbixrd and Blade, Junior Prom Comm tteog c Club, Sea Dogs, Etonao Bukoan TEAGUE, 9 X ....... Birmingham, Alabama Arts, and Science AEA,XBfl1,1'2E,'l"X Junior Faculty. Moses Louis Tmcs . . . . Athens, Alabama Art.: and Science Honor Roll, '27, '28, '29g Pre-Law Club, '29g Spanish Club, '29. AMES PHIIIP' Tasman . . . Stockton, Alabama Civil Engineering "A" Club: Varsity Baseball: A. S. C. E. JOHN WILLIAM TIMMONS . . - Tuscaloosa, Alabama Engineering Scabbard and Blade: Ofllccrs' Club. Esrmsn TINJANOFF . . .... . . . . Buffalo, New York Pre-Medical Y. W. C. A.: Pre-Med Club: Girls' Debating Club. Mas. JBANNE1'I'I: JOHNSON T0l.BER'l', B fb . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Education Honor Roll. '26g Pan-Hellenic Councllg Keystone: Junior Facultyg Educa- tion Club: Le Cercle do Lolfreg Vluu-President Delta Phi Mu. Okasre ANTHONY TOMASULO . . . . . . . New York, New York Arts and Science Newman Club. ANNA TnAMEs, A X Sl. . . ..... .Tuscaloosa, Alabama flrls and Science Chl Delta Phi: Junlor Faculty. ROY L. TrIoMAs . ....... . . Ashland, Alabama Art: and Science ELIZABETH LUCILE THOMl'SON, A EJ A .... Montgomery, Alabama Education French Club: Education Club. VIRGINIA Louisa THOMPSON . . .... - Citronelle, Alabama Arts, and Science Hall Chairman, '28, '293 Education Club, '29, '30. BBN B. TREADWELL, fb E K. . . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Pre-Medzcal B C2 A, O SZ N, fb B TI Pan-Hellonlc Council: "Crimson-White" Staff, '26-'30: Assistant Business Manager, '28, '29g Stuff Manager, '29, '30: Business Staff, '26-'29: Edltorlal Stuff, '29, '30g Junior Prom Committee, '29g Flat Cans: Freshman Truck: Varsity Track, '27, '28p Do Malay Club: Vice-President De Molay Club, '27, '28g "Ra.mmer-Jammer" Staff, '28, '30, OLIVE LYNN Truce . ....... . Gilbertown, Alabama Education Education Club, Treasurer Junior Class. 63 Senior llass WILI,IAIvI JoIIANNIes WAIIIOJA . .... . Center Moriches, L. I. Pre-Medical Keys. Rox' jnssn WAGNER, 'fl' A 11' . . Woodhaven, Long Island, New York Arts and Science 'l'BK,AEA,xB'l','l'X Vine-I'I-oslLlmIt Alpha Epsilon Doltng Junior Faculty: University Masonic Club, Gamma Sigma Epsilon. lVlll.TON MI'l'CllEl.I. WALIJMAN. . . - . . . .Bronx, New York Pro-Medical University Band: Pre-Med Club. MRS. A. I. WAI,nRoI' . . . . . . . Cordova, Alabama Educallon K A ll Education Club. HliNRlE'I"l'A CIIAIvIIzI.Iss WALKER, K A . . Selma, Alabama Education II JQIIN RIcI1ARo WALKER . . . . . . . Alpharetta, Georgia Medmne 9 K 'I' Masonic Club: Forensic Council: Secrn-tn.I'y-Treasurer Gorgns Medical Sucl.ty: "Corolla" Stuff. IoNI: WARREN . . . .... . . .BirminglIam, Alabama Arls and Sczence Jor-IN I'IowARo WATERMAN. . . , . . . .Bristol, Virginia Engznccrzng X B fl, Tau Beta Pl: Gamma Sigma Epsilon: I-Ionor Roll, '27, '28, '29. CIIARLIIS E. WAI'kINs. . . . . . . . .Braxton, Mississippi Arts and Serena' II M E Honor Roll, '29g Junior Faculty, '29, '30. RALPII WA'ISoN . . . . . . .Furman, Alabama Medicine 9 K 'I' BuR'I'RAIvI VVEINBAUM . . '. . . . . .SheHield, Alabama Commerce Commerce Club. STANLIQY L. WIsI.I.IINs . . . . . . . . . .Brooklyn, New York Arts and Srzence Honor Roll, '28, '29. FRANCES EI.IzAnm'I-I Wns'I'oN . . . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Arts and Smence VIRGINIA I-IoNoR WIDLIQR . . . . . - . . Williamsville, New York Arts and Sczence Unlverslty of Buffulog Honor Roll, '29, Junior Faculty. 64 l l l l l l l .. . l 1 l. I, rf .21 fl' lie :fl E if In lf' X. 5? 37' "'l!I"l"C"WJ 7f"'ATl1if?3fy" s5Ti"Ff?'7:'2'1'1-,Aavf"1,---iiirffrii'fTT'f'TTfFf':-r, --YA --W -' . , -. 1Q'r,,f.., ,QQ X --V -MMG-e .,,.f5grf Nlfql c-r, f ' . , , V A, 'cb -pigpf' ,!xTQgtl:y-l l X -1-4 .j . X'-.R , fr-'ry R , ' ' ' 1 ' Xl-xx -. MJ' ' AJ fr . l ""' '-- . " ' ' ,, HAP- .f -. wb- U21--N ,WH if.. R 1 X l ' HN- E- 1,vj'wlk""',!,.,'lj lg ly! ' , . NVHXL. -- '-- lgpi X,..,4g,.,,:. .,... lf- Q, , x . ,X I , . 1,0 , X . ll Al , Seminar Class C F l fi :Q W ARTHUR F. VVILKERSON, dw A 9 . . . . . . Marion, Alabama flris and Srifnre Q ,i ' ll ll A gi ll l ll . E ll is CAs'rER GREELY Wn.r.mMs . . . . . . . Wnnfield, Alabama gf gi Commn'c'e f ll ll i ll El ll fl l 'E n SIDNEY J. Wn.r.lAMs . . .... .Tuscaloosa, Alabama lj Medicine 3 QQ I' E E, 41 X q Sl , .1 2 ,- l I ll li HERBERT VVINN, X 'If . . . . . . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama l lg flrls and Sewncn ff fflllllll Mu llhq: Kappa Gamma Psl:.Rhn'Aldlil1n"1'uu: '1'1'r-nsurvr Glue l"luh, g Fl li 28- 20, '30s Quan-u-m,,'za, 'sm Flln4'kl'l'l1ll'H cumgbfasg Bmekrrmra, '27-'!l0g ll Q Fz'nt4-rnlty Editor f'Cornlln.'1,A 93 HHRSCHEI. A. WoR'rm', 6 'fl SJ . . . .G .1 .'Mal-lgecl' Tree, Arkansas ' lj Q A.-1r1.v and5Srimeb w Q. fi n na f Q 55 Assistant Ulm-ulaclon Manaier "Wlm.:ad Meydsqngerh ll ' ' -- g ul V ' 7 4 In ,- PRUE1' ALFRED Woon .. -. J. , . ', . .Q . . Birmingham, Alabama ,rw ll . Arla' and Srirrmr N K X 'HN' 5 , ' - e 53 1' 1' lf. . C f all . . . f . . ffl Hlzl.l:N W1-u'rENER. . . . . . . . .Hrcknry, North Carnlma ,xflll ' ' l 1 .Alrfs and Scwnrn XJ 3 , V . , . , fl A l S'l'liPHEN frUERRANT WR1Gn'r . . . . - . . Roanoke, Virginm gglji Ari: and Scicnee '1'rnnsl'4-1' from Rounolm't'oll4-mf: Pro-Lzlw Club. l MXN' 'ffl 'l GEORGE HOWARD VEAZEY. . . . . . .Castleberr' Alabama fl Tl u lr ll 5 Cornmerre 1 Q1 5 Freshnmn Trnr-kg Cross Country. '28g Business Stnff Hffrlmson-Whlu-." '2Tg l lf "Corolla" Stuff, 'lilly Uonlnlnrr-n' Club: Junior l"1u-ully. lv l ' fl A l A CHARLES CLARKE YOUNG, 'lf E K . . . . . lfVatertown, Connecticut 'I Q ' ll nl Elfrlrieal Enginnfring l Q, 5, "Urlmann-Whltl-," '28, '29g Knmm Gnmnm Alpha. 5 ,I 'f .1 1 l fu a 1' 5' - lx . VVest Blocton, Alabama l 4: ll H. KENNE'l'FI YOUNG . . . . . . . lx I C0llllIl!'fl'l' 1 if gl l ll MARX' IsAnm.l.E Youxcnnoon, A X S2 . . . Minter, Alabama li . I . Y - A .f1rl.f and Srienre i 5 ,I V Pun-Hells-nlu Wonmnvx Count-ll1 Sf-4-rn-tnry-'Fra-nsurm' Keystone. l Q, . 3 I 53 ll 1 ll ll A. C. ZOPPA, fb E K . . . . . . . . . . Verona, New jersey 5 lg .fIrl.r and Srmnre 4 I gi Forensic Cnunc-llg "Crimson-NVhlte" Stuff: Advertlslng Mnnuger "Crlmson- .I NVhlt0," '29, 'Zl0g Flint Cans: "Corolla" Staff. 5-' Q I li s l 7. 1 l 'r l 4 pq ,E ,' fl 1 -' ,, Q, . ' ,, .2 l , i , Q nm ' X - v -.X V ' , ' .VX- " - . . ,f ,- "" ' ---Y K I .N GAG. , . ,ny FQ 'NN lim 4 1' XL, ' 'W -4, 1 If-.A NX g Q l l Q ' H, 5 .C-1-,... cf-' 'jj '-f 2,1 rpg -' lxuf u ilSM'-Nr A iffffffiuf nuffw.iL-.ff'-15-L-153335 " -'lf , n,.,,, M W 65 ,, .. --4.f...w ,-..-.-,.......,,...,..-,......,-M ..,. ., . l., .,, 1 Y . Y , . L-QLQKKL-fvuw I! I Q I Q-. ,. 1 4 1- ll eeeeee A ifmlllega 5,.l.,?.zgqwl s, f, I 54. -U pf. j I N.. ,f 5 9 C I X 'R f b ' fnTHE -1930-COROLLA r g .iw A 1 ,Q fi .4 , ,. 4,,,,,, , ,, W,, ,, 1, M.. F wi IW M 2 f A' . 7 bfi o gi Alabama History V ., EJ X ifl , fllllj July 5, 1819--The Constitutional Convention of Alabama, meeting at T K 1 - . . . . . gy Huntsville, adopted as law, articles creating the University and pro- 4 AW viding for its maintenance. r 1 2 L December 18, 1820-An act, establishing a seminary of learning to be Si' M denominated the University of Alabama, passed by State Legis- M, lature. ' 1 '4 . December 18, 1821-The Board of Trustees created. Ji April 6, 1822-The Board of Trustees met for the first time at Tuscaloosa, 4? i Governor Pickens presiding. V Q X - 1 Qi, ' 1823-The lands, given by the Federal government, and which were sold 4 N for the establishment of the university, lay in the following coun- U ties: Franklin, Lawrence, Tuscaloosa, Jefferson, Greene, Perry, Bibb, Shelby, Monroe, Choctaw, Clark, Montgomery and Autauga. 4 0 rg ' f 182 3-Rev. Philip Lindsley, D.D., a distinguished Presbyterian divine, pres- ' is ident of the University of Nashville, was elected president. He declined. llilli December 29, 1827-Tuscaloosa chosen as site of the Universit . Y 1 Il 'ill April 12, 1831-Rev. Alva Woods, D.D., president of Translyvania Col- il lege, was inaugurated first president in the Episcopal Church. Y E fContinued on page 901 Ig 7 ii 25 7 Y . . 7? . ,..A U . 111'r:1" H f:':'1'i:':?1' .,,, xp, "" I I Y ""f:'f:1r::':XMW f"M"' """"" L W Q I! I 555 ,.,. may ...,. ,A I: 't'f M- bmcjwii 2,2.e.Ls.:.:,.rMrs5E?:a.?:ii32?m..M,,, ,A 5 ,,.,, . ,,.....- ,-A--,n,.,,,..-,,, lp- ..- g uyuvsnsrrv or ALABAMA g?Q,+s:gm1f..mm.N L W- -"-' --- 1 u ' - - 1 4 66 ' ' g NOWWCE mm TEEN e. EXANINATIONS Be in, aNsc1sxa,:m51: Nl HI-M6TlCSI.IDf 3 LN 9:55571 H . P-Y " . 0 S0 lOl.O6NLl P YCH L .. ECO DMICSIIII S M4 9 We 3 Q 2 Here are a few of the U npleasantest words that Ever blotted paper. Shakespeare-Merchant of Venic 2 Z e rf 1 X Vo' fry' Nr"-' rf'-'qrrwr-far-rv-'va vw-1:g'y"'r'rff" VW L 'W' ' .. ii- .tl -,sr 5.-f . A lf tag if 'l ff' .2-Mi. .7f1NArF,,.,.1,loff , hh., Wag! il,-'glpgf Hx. , 1 ff gl 4 .i..i,.5,,m MW. , r , , x.m..L..g: Jlmmmnifoir Class JANE ABERCROMBIE, K A .... . . . .Montgomery, Alabama Edufalmn Omngn: XVomn.n's Counvll. K l' f1l'l.l7 ROSIEMARY ADAMS, K . . . . . . .jackson, Mississippi and Srivrzrf KZ . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Engmrmrmg A. A. E.: Blackfrlurs. JACK M. Alll.l5R, Z ll 'I' . . . Il. CAl.llVl'lil.l.Al.liXANllER. . . . . . . . -Tuscaloosa, Alabama Co m Ill 1-rr: GlaoRorc li. ALEXANDER . . . . . . Ensley, Alabama Com nxrrre llc-tn Crm-gn Ds-ltn: Kappa flzuunm Delta: Ruslnoss Stnfl' "Corolla," '27, '28, '29, Ruslus-ss Stull' "1'rlmuon-XVhlto," '28, '29: Ru:-xluos:-1 Staff "lli'lllllIliil'- .lmulm-r," '29, Gnu- Club, '29: Commvrr-e Club, '27, '28, Pro-Law Club, '27, '28, D4-Moluy Club, '27, '28, '29: Clrvulntlou Manager "XVlngcd Mes- scngc-r," '30. MARX' SUD AI.IlRIllflli . ..... .Moulton, Alabama Edurafum INMZ Al.r,xsoN, K A . . . ...... . Gadsden, Alabama .flris and Srxfnre Ruru Ar.1.lsoN, K A. . . . . . . . . .Gadsden, Alabama Hrtsi and Sruvxrrv GRM' ANDERSON, ZZ X. . . . . . ..... Heaven, Virginia ' Lafw Skulls: Muslim-tm-rs Club, Slgum IN-ltn Kumm: Klup: f'DlI4-go, Vlrgluln 'Pm-li. '1'oub, '24, '25, Huslm-ss Staff "Crimson-XVhlte," '28, '29, "Oorolln." Staff, '29g St-on-tary-'l'r1-nsurvr Junior Law Class. IIDNRY l.U'l'lIliR ANDERSON, 9 T S2 .... . Sellers, A'abama Prz'-M cd i cal XB'l',AEA,fblllI Y. M. C. A. Cubluotg Junior Faculty, '29. PAUL JACKSON ANDlaRsoN, A 'I' ll ....... Oxford, Alabama Ari.: and Srimrrc Glce Club. lim, ARMSTRONG, A E fl' . . - . . . lleadlaud, Alabama ' Lafw E A K Bur-zluvss Staff "Crimson-NVhlt0," '27: Business Staff "Corolla," '26g Pro- Law Club, Erosoplilcwg TLS. Degree, Education. SARA ARNOLD, K A ......... . Anniston, Alabama flrls and Srianre ' A M P, Q Koysitonog Pan-l-la-llonlv Council, Sm-1-rotary Alpha Ouu-ga, llonor Committoog XVomnn's Mu Rho: Vice-President Council, '28. S'rlswAR'r IIAR1' AUHRDACU, A K li . . . . . . flrlr and Srimce Blur-kfrlorsg Gloo Club. . Augusta, Georgia Birmingham, Alabama .IRAN BAIER, A X Sl .... . . . . f1rI.r and Srxrnre ll, X A fl' Wonmn':-1 Pouuvll, '29, '30g "I'rlnu-:on-XVhltv" Staff: Co-od Actlvlty Editor, '29g "Vol-oIln" Stuff. '30: Girls' t'ontvmporury Debating Club, Club Ghlhvl- llus-3 Vlc-1--l'rr-sldq-ut Ghlbvlllnv, '29: Y. NV. KY. A.: l"l'0SllllllLll Cabins-t, '28, H1gummr-r-.l:unnu-V," '30, L4-nguo of NVomen Voters. Joslsru FOSTIER liAlI.IiX'. . . . - .... Coffeeville, Mississippi Conzlnrrnr IRA C. llAl.l.ARll ............. Gadsden, Alabama flrlr and Svwrzrn Rluo Kvy, '28, '29, '30, SvxLbluu'd and Blmlng Prosldent "Koys"g Tronsuror Hlul- K1-y, '29, '30: Guts' Ulub: "4Trlmson-XVhlto" Stuff, '26, '27, '28, '29, '30, "t'm'ollu" Stuff, '26, '27, '28, '29, '30, Frm-shnmu Football Team, '26g Olliu-4-rs' Club, '26, '27, '28, '29: Foronslu Cnunrell, '28, '29, '1l0: Hllmnmvr- .lmnme-r" StnI'l', '27, '28, '29, '30, Assistant Munngor Football Program Vonnulttvv, '29, Alubmuu Aurora Commlttev, '29, Goto Club, Major R. 0. 'l'. KY., '29, Asslstarit Choi-r Lvmlc-r, '28: Blaukfrlnrs, '28, '29, '30, Rat Cup Committee, '28, '29. RonlaR'r GEORGE BARNIIEISIER . .... . .Lewisburg, Ohio Ari: and Srwnre Masonic k Club. "'.,,.. ' 'Y ,'ffQfl4,-7 V55-.Mfi" ...,...., .5 V ,HL Y l ' -. Q W. g. .. ff .1 ...E :A J fmvgc-'if 41. ' . ffjf if-M-'S-f'-W--1" '12 . ., . ., 'lffly -,,-,fp--, 68 L Y X f Junior Cilatss CARI. VVILLIAM HAR'l'Illil.MliS, fl, A il' . . . New llaven, Connecticut l:'nyim,'rrir1g Mlnlng Club: A. S. C. E. EMMA Lou Blanrlau, Z 'l' A . . . . . . .Moutgomery, Alabama flrlr am! Srifnrn Cum' Sumo lilanici-'nn.o . . . . . . . . . . Boaz, Alabama Cln'mir'al l:'ng1lu'r'rlrly 'I' ll ll. X B 'l'. I' E IC xVll.l.lAM J. liuNNtc'r1', II K fl' .... ' - u. . . Mobile, Alabama lilrrlriral Ifrlgzfrrwlrzg A. 1. E. E. J. II. BHRMAN ...... . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Law fi'llI' Vlub' "ltummt-r-.Inmmm-r" Staff, '27g Assistant lluslnoss Manmzvr "l'rlrnSun-XA'blto," '27: "t'orolln" Business Stnffg l'7rosopl1lr'g I l'l'c-Low Club, '28, Euphlmu-1. Ext-t-lslurg Gliolum Wn.nukN BLACK, ll K A . . . Montgomery, Alabama xlrls' and Srirnrr "A" Club: Bust-lutll, '29g Erosoplilr-, 'ZI7g l"oi'om1lc: Count-ll, '1Zt. Erucw Snvnvions Braun, X 52. .... . . .Athcns, Georgia flrlr and Sl'!l'lll'l7 l"r1-nr-h t'lubg Art Club: "Corolla" Stuff. Nokrvm El.lZABli'l'll Boomt, Z 'I' A ...... . . Houston, Texagl girls am! S1'ir'lu'c H ANGm.o Bol.ocNA, A fl' A . . . . . . Corona, L. l. Mrdrcmr' Flmscas Rnmmr. Boosts, K A . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arlr and Srrfncr Il Glen Club. . NVctiowce, Alabama Illsxkr SIIAFIFIER BooNn ....... Co m Ill rrrf A 22 Il, A A E Y- M. f'. A. Fublnotp Phllonmtlllvg lrlxvi-lulor: "Rummr-r-J:mtmvr" Stuff: Prcsltlvnt Junior Vlussg Junior lfuvultyg Olllm-rn' Club. jrfsslc VIQIIOMPSON BONNHY, 'lf K Z2 .... . St. Petersburg, Florida Iilrrlriral Iinyilzrrring Ht-tn f,IllPKll llc-ltng 'l'hctn 'l'nu: Rho Alpha Tatu, 'LESQ Erosopltlt-, '2S: Eu- lllllllllrl fl-'l'4'Hifil'lll, '28l: Ext-ulslor t'l'l'1-nH11l't'i'. '2lll: lXlll4'lCfl'llll'N: Dt-Itiolny fllllr tl'l's-sltlnnt, '2lU: A. A. E.: A. I. IC. li.: Bom Ont:-pm llc-ltn rl'rt-r-il- 410111. '2SJ: Vlvt--1'l'osltlvr1t liz-tn Onir-ga IN-llu. '29: Sm-1-rt-t:ix'y-Tu-11:-iui't-1' 5'0Ilh0lll0l'U lllmzlnt-twlm: Ulnss, '29: Alnbnnm Qunmlrnm.:lt-Q Jacobins: Ht-ta Alphu Tnu, '28, I"ort-nslv Uounvil. MAR'l'lN V. Bonomltx, 22 S2 il' ........ Brooklyn, New York Ari: ami Srivnnr "Crimson-WhIto" Stuff. RICHARD AUS'l'lN H0'l'Slf0RD, flf 22 K .... Lake Placid, New York Pnf-Lafw Pro-Lmv Ulubg Olllt-urs' Club: ulllllllllllll'-Jlllllllll'l"' Stuff. MAlioAkr'r BOU'lVVlil.l. . . ...... .Grecnville, Alabama Erluralzon Wunmn'H Founr-ll, '30g Vim-1--I'l't-slflt-nt Cxtrollnc llunt Club: "Corolla" Staff, 'Zl0. HARRY VV. Born, A A X . ..... . I-Iollis, L. I. Commrrrr B S2 A l:'l:esbnuln 'Prnt-kg Vnrnlty Vross Country: Vnrslty 'l'rnt-kg Huslncf-is Stuff Ifrlmson-NVl1lto": Etlltorlnl Stuff "Cl'llllH0ll-XVI!lit!"2 llc-Molny Vluh: Pro- Lnw Club: Ext-4-ls-zlm'g So:-rt-tary-Trl-nsurvr, Vli-1--l'l't-sltlmit, Bt-tu Onu-nu - - - ' -ll' ll-bntlng Tc-um. DUMB: Comnmrvt- Club, Los-ttl Putt-lltllutlc, Lnunr , L FARLEY Moom' Borucs, K A ......... Mobile, Alabama ,flrlr and Srirnrr Tl, X A 'if League of Women Voters: Stratford Club! Hlflckfrims- ROBERT A. BltAln.nv, 22 ll' lf! . . . . . . . Marked Tree, Arkansas Commrrte "A" Clubg "Corolla" Stuff, '29. '30. , -tr' ,.......- ....... , H . - ,wr f ' 1 ,I-A YS fw ' v . .,g, 4 - . Q . . A 'Ni' 'ii A 20 ,li t .A uf . izvifnlitfit .' 'jx " ' , Y Y' Y ,,,,, ,..,,,..u......,.. , . . ., 09 1 V't '41 N V 1 a.. , I W,,-,m - ,. .. --.A ..,. M... M-- EA--- , ,V nw-.- 1. 1+l"""lr --I 'VJ' ,Ip .I rf- ",' ' --l ITV II' . ,k'Q.'N W1f"f-71 f-"5..dfE"'A1fM,Q,,.., .. ,...."f.11Q fin' f?fif+Q.g3I.'JsIe . 1. g an I ll A I ffsgflrfa-GJ -I :::f:f:5f.i:::1:1f:?QQw. 1 'X 'iWh"""''-'i""""""-""-'-"4" I, . Ill I . Ii? Junior Class ly, llfil WF' JAMES RICHARD BRANNON, A T A .... . Jackson, Mississippi limi! Ari: and Science M . ,eil Pli'l'l5 BRl5WS'l'ER . ...... .Ensley, Alabama Medicine l ,..g', 4' X I gl MAK BRI'I'z, E A M . ....... . Toledo, Ohio Arls and Science ls , . ffl EDWIN BROOKS, 23 N , ..... I . . . Camilla, Georgia flrls and Science ,Pnl Key Ice. lI",7,' WALTER r.llllOMAS BROWNlil.l,, A K E .... Tuscaloosa, Alabama ,,. Mechanical Engineering I -,I ff ll I A I I 'I L lVlll,llRliD O'DEl,l.E BUCKNER, A E A . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama M37 Education 'QQ Company "H" Sponsor. 1, .gn J JAMES MCDONNELL BUFORD, II K flv. . .Jackson, Mississippi Commerce lg W gl . , Nlilil. BULLOCK, 6 X .... . . . . . . St. Andrews, Alabama .I if Eleclrical Englneerzng . A l ROBERT' H. BURKE, 9 X ....... . . South Bend, Indiana Hliml llrls and Science ', Fl'PSllIl'lILll Basketball: Track. 2 f JOIIN EDWARD BUTLER, fb K 'I' .... . . Union City, New Jersey X I Milling Engineering 'I' K A ,exe Mlnlm: und lVlel:1lluI'I.:lI-:Il Society: Sm-m:I'otm'y Newnmn Club: l:'l'l!SlllL!llt of ffl, N. J. Q. ,-Qui, I , . -I N PIIILIP LIVINGSTON BU'rI.ER, TI lx fb . . . Morristown, New Jersey QXTQ C 0 in in er ce X, XQQ' Alpha Kappa. Psi: Junior Faculty: Photo Editor "Corolla." Qx .I lj . J, X. LUTIIIER DARDIZN BYNUM, ll K -I, . . . . . . . Oneonta, Alabama Pre-La-w lfml "Crimson-lVhltc," Business Staff: Pre-Law Club. JOIIN ANDREW CADDELL, II K A . . . . . . Decatur, Alabama . Arir and Science I 5,1 0 A K Manager Track. '30: Blue Key: Executive Committee: Y. M. C. A. Cab- inet: Junior Prom Comlmttee: Forensic Council, '28, '29: "Corolla" Staff: rn f,, "Lil'll'llf'l0ll-Nvllllll'' Stuff: 1l'l'l!-li!lAV Club: Exnplilnnsg Vice-President Sonh- gn, olnore Class: Committee on Inter-mural Sports: Honor Committee, '30, lmzfllf .Ig . . ll JASPER LAMAR CALLAWAY, -If A Alf. . . . Quincy, Florida JM . . I - Medicine IX, A E A, O K -If I, jv Honor Roll, '2S: "Crimson-White," '28, '29: "Corolla" Stuff, '28, '29: llgj Pm-Moa Club, '28, '29, Ely l f, lihjl JAMES J. CAMPBELL, JR., 21 A B . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama ,Ml Commerce li gl A 2 H .Ill Qurtrlrmzglo, 1-lonor Roll, '28, '29: Fellowship in Economics: Junior Faculty: lift' Erosophlc. ' Z' 2,4 HAROLD FREDERICK CAPLAN, E 52 KI' ..... New York, New York Ari.: and Science 254: OIzN,1'OA,:IIx My: l-illlfTlilll'llll'HQ Junior l"Iu1I1lty: "CI-lmson-White'': El Circulo Espanol. 'llil ,xl I ' f I FLOYD WILSON CAsTA'I'oN. . . . . . . .South Whitley, Indiana l,:2Q,I, Pre-Medical lg1""II .Ml JOE S. CAUSEY, K E .... . . . . . . . . Douglas, Arizona Physical Education 'M' "A" Club: Football Squad: Basketball: Track. QQ? V I lf I 11 V W IX, ,Q ff If-' 3 fe--s. ----------M---0 -HIM w--- --H f- B -xo I .f,I,I-I4--...,1.--Ag.- , . , . V, , . .. A , , I pp. vvf' ,,,.. ..,. ..- ,... ..--..Y..-...s oy ,-'-'A-.-' . fr- ' Isl ' I' I I, .If 'll t I '- .f"r" - - - 1. ' J," -','v""'."a"'v .MM E Am- -M W-F-Q fm M, . I . .-.A .... ..,-.- .... .-.--.s....--I 70 ,"19'l5 ' I . J lU1Ill1llOlF .Cllamss JULIUS EUGENE CIIALIfIN . . .... . . Brooklyn, New York Pre-M mi i ral MALLORY CIIANDLER . . - - ' ' 'G""l3', Alnburnn Etillflllillll Glcc Club. ALICE BRITNELI. CllliNAUl.'l' . ..... . . Decatur, Alulmma .flrlr and Sl'il'lIl'L' Girls' C0llt0lllD0l'Ill'y Dclmtlm: Team, lf'I'oIIc-lx Club, "Corolla" Stuff, '29, 1-Inll Clmlrmun. . Red Level, Alnhumn LEwIs VERNON CIIEssER. . - . . Lafw "Corolla" Staff. VVILLIAM CHOTINIS . ...,. - South Fnlksbllrg, New York l,I'L'-MFIill'll1 PAUL CLARK . ..... , . . . -Castleberry, Alnluunu Elrclrifal Ifnyim'1'ring WILLIAM L. CLARK . .... . Tusczilooszx, Alabama Lafw T K A, 'I' A A Vhllomnthic, Prosldcnt Y. M. C. A., '30, "CIrI'ollu" Stuff, '30, Form-nslv ffounull, '28, '29, Vll't!-Pl'0Sld1'!lt Formislc Uounull, '29, Y. M. U. A, Cnhlni-I, 29: Dclr-gate Blue Rlilgl-, '28, SoIIthcI'II livglorunl fiounvll, Y. M. C. A., -f0: Vlum--Prcslclent Smto Student fJ0llllf'H, '30, Sur-rotm'y-TI'I-:1NuI'I-I' 'Pau lvllllw. Alpha, '29, V,l'l'-Pl'l'Hllil'Ili. Tau Ifllllllil Alplm, '30, Sol-rolzwy Pllllo- Iriuthlr-, '30, 1QXl'0lHi0l', '27, Erosophlm-, '20, Club fHlllll'lHlll', '28, '29, '30, '1rcu.sux'e1' Glllholllm-, '29, Sw-I'utuI'y, '29, First Modal l'il'0Shlll1lIl Doclnnm- , tlon, '27, ' 1IItcI'c-olluglulc Dohutlng 'lo:Im, '28, '29, MADGE BRYCE CLARRSON, li A ....... Tuscaloosai, Alzxlaznuu flrls and St'il'lll'l' WILLIAM fPl50RGE CLAUS, K E ...... Sclicnectmly, New York Cifvil l:'ngim'1'ring CIIARLIE BAXTER CLEMENT, K A .... . Rover, Arknnszls Conzmvrrn ,UNE Ia J - X S4-nhharrl und Blndo, Mason: l' llluln, S4-I'l'I-IzII'y-'l'I'v:INuI'oI' Nlnsnlllz- l'llIli, '27, Buslnf-Ns iwillllll-l'l'I' Yurslty Football, '28, '29, l"l'l'SllXl'Hlll Football, Corolla," '30, Cftlltlllll Ifolnlruny "C", fNlil't'l'S' l'l' '29, .lull ' l'I'f Fuutlmll Tumn, "t'oI'ulln," Sm , I Ol Club. Clull: Cnptullx-ulcct 1990 Im VIIIIIIIIIIII-I-, '30, "A' FAYE FLORENCE COATICS . . - ...... Fort Payne, Aluhzlmzl .flrls and Sc'i1'm'0 ROSE EVELYN COATIQS . . , . ...... Fort Payne, Al:Ib:lm:I flrls and Sl'if'lll'L' VVILLIAM MINGE COCIIRANIE, fl, l' A . . . .'1'uscnloosa, Alnbaunu .flrls and Sriwlzrr 0 A K Bluc'Koy, Quxulrunglu, Excelsior, Blm-lIl'I'lIII'N, StI'IItl'urd Club, "RaInmvr- JLLYTXTIICIJ' Stuff, Rlflu Team, Honor Roll, '28, '29, RALPH L. COIIEN, 21 A M ...... . St. Louis, Missouri Iingim'r'ring ANDREW FRANKLIN COLLIER . . . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Pre-M1rdir'al .E X EDWARD 'IQRIPPE COMER, fl' A 9 ..... . Eufaula, Alabama flrlr and Srifm'c Key Icc. CHESTER JAMES CONNORS, 22 X ..... .Chicailm Illinois flrts and Sl'iL'Ill'6' VVESLEY HARPER Cook . .-... - CHITIP Hill, Alabama Eduralion K Y ,, f5'.f,,..' K ., M I ,Rf . "f"fr'1p-0-5.559 R 71 Junior Cllass JAMES MASON Cos'roN, A X A ...... l'f0-M1'rlir'al Sm-nhlmrd and Blade. ERMA GAYLE Co'r1'Ev, A E A ....... Jlrls and Scimu' Socl'clary Y. VV. C. I' . ........ Mv1'hauic'al l:'11yilu'1'ri11g RM' VV. Covuk, K A CIECII. H. COWAN, ll lx A . . . . . Commrrrc 11'l'cshnmn '1'l'!l.Ck. TUX ...... I'r1'-Mnliral CPURLHY A. Clllilil., 0 K Nl' FRANCES Caoss . ..... Ednfalmn CHARl.0'l"l'li JANE CROWLEY, K A ..... Edwalion Birmingham, Alabama . . Mobile, Alabama A., '28, '291 Treasurer Y. XV. C. A., '29, '30. Steelton, Pennsylvania . Bessemer, Alabama . Crossville, Alabama . University, Alabama . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Educ-nllun Club, 400 Uluh. VVn,l.rAM ERNEST CRUME, ll K A .... Prr-Mrdiral Transfer from University ol' Ku . Bard stow n, Kentucky ntuuky. JAMES CoRnoN CUNNINGIIAMIE, Jn., ll K fl, . . Grove Hill, Alabama Con11ru'ru' Transfer from I'lown.rd College. ANDREW MICIIAEI. Clllllillli ..... South Norwalk, Connecticut :Iris and Sriantc VVll.l,lAM HOWARD DARDEN , . . . Medirinc A E A, 9 K 'll VVll.l.lAM Col,UMnUs DAVIS, JR., Il K fl' . . flrlr and Srimu' EI' "Corolla" Stal'l'p Blau-I1I'l'l:ix'sg Junior l RANKIN Mllllll,l5'l'ON DAUGE'l"l'l2, fl' I' A . . ' Pn'-Lafw Gloc Club and Band. W7ll.l.lAM RussE1.l. DAUGlllER'l'Y . . . . Com rnrrrf Commerce Club. DANTE DliPAMPl'lll.lS, fl- 6 X . .flrls and Science BERNARD RAYMOND DICK, E A M . . . . . Ari: and Scimzrc "Ul'i!'ll80ll'xVl'lit0" Staff. '29, '30, lfrs-slnrm SAM H. DILWORTH, 9 X ....... . Northport, Alabama . Jasper, Alabama "zu-ully. Jacksonville, Alabama . Alliance, Ohio Lyndhurst, New Jersey . Rutland, Vermont n Baseball, '29. . Empire, Alabama .flrix and Srirrnfe Enola MARVIN Dxscl-IER, E N . . . . . . Mobile, Alabama Cammeru' xr Y A 1 72 A 5 Yi, El I .f ..z, l " 'MI' 1. ' Junior Class ANI: Donn. . . . , . . . .Collinsville, AlabaIna Educalzon Football, '28, '29, Baseball, Executive Commlttoo, "A" Club, EDGAR CLEVEL JoI-IN AI.LEN Donn, A X .... I . . . Bessemer, Alabama flrls and Science J. w7ESl.EY DONAHOO . ...... . Chi'dershurg, Alabama Commerce AETI llUllOl' lloll, '29, l'0lllllll'l'l'L' 1'IL:l1. VVAI.'I'EE EDWARD D0'l"l'liRWlEICIl, A 'I' .A . . . Cleveland, Ohio Arls and Seienee Band, '28, Drum Mnjor, '29, Llcutonunt li. O. T. KT., Ollln-ers' Club. DANIEL VINCENT DouGIIEII'I'r, -Ib A Xl' . . Middletown, New Ycrk Medieine -1- ll K K A ll X ll -Iv, A I-I A, I' :L III, 0 II -If I . ld t l5l'0WlllTlHll Modls-nl Clans, Junior Im,-. A.B., 1928,, M.A.' 1929, Pros cn ,. lilly: Fellow ln Physlcs, '27, '28, '29, Graduate Fellow in Clionxlstry, '28, '29, Honor Roll, '27, '28. HELEN Ducxwokrn, A A A . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Eilumlzon Honor Roll, '27, '28, El'0S45lllllf', '28, l"rcnr-h Club, Eduvullon Club, lVonmn's l'un-Hollcnlc Council. STEIJIIEN AN'l'll0NX' DURICK, K A .... Bessemer, Alabama Medieine Phl Beta Pi, A.Fl., '29. VOLNEY PARSONS EAKlN, li 9 ll . ..... Lewisburg, Tennessee xlifronauliml Engineering Arch Club, Kappa. Guninm Della, The Dons. JOHN QUINCY EA'I'oN, JR., A K E .... . Memphis, Tennessee flrts and Science CRAW1-'oko EuI.IoUs EDVVARDS, Jn., fb 22 K . . Birmingham, Alab::m.I C0 III merce MALcoI.M Enwmu: EIJWARIIS , .... . . . Gadsden, Alabama Pre-Denial Ul'llllH0ll Toto Club, Oillc-ers' Club. CLAUDIA MAE ELLIS . ....... - Reform, Alabama Eduralmn Secretary Junior Glas:-I in EIluI-ulion, Assistant ln Foods, Sucrotnry und Treasurer of Curollno Hunt Club. S2 X ....... Valley Ilead, Alabama Commerfe Soc-luty, Vlcc-Prcsldcnt B. S. U. JAMES Al.BliR'l' ELLIS, T Quadrangle, Excelsior Literary LOUISE ENGBAIWII, A E A .... . . . Ocean Springs, Mississippi Arts and Science LEMOYNE F. ERIJMAN, A X A ......... Atlanta, Georgia Eleclrical lfnylneernzg 'IQHOMAS Enwmnx ERNST, 22 N .... . . New Orleans, Louisiana Cifvil Engineering JAMES llAll.liY Es'I'AInzooII, A T A. . . .VVarren, Ohio lfngiflerriug Secretary und Tl'0ll.SUl'Cl' Junior l!ll1g'lll0Cl'lllg Class, Theta Tau. 'IQHOMAS J. EVANS, Ju., 9 X ,,,,,, . Florence, Alabama lingineerizzg 0 T '27, '28, 1-lonor Roll, '27, Junior Faculty, Baton A- S- C. E., Glee Club, Club. , 5 :, I1-,w...,.,..,..:.... ,. 73 .uk ,,Y,, , , , Q, y.n,f,.',,,I I 5 1' I fl 41 fl 'fl A hr . rl ' ff 'V l Arts and' Science '1'll0MAS J. FLoYD, fb I' A . . . . . . Pre-Medical Phi Beta. Pl, Band. JOHN S'rRlCKLANn FOSTER, A K E . . . . Lafw Tnu Kumm Alpha., Phi Delta Phi: Arch Club: Honor Roll. JOSEPH WHEELER FOSTER. . . . . . . Pre-Medical 'D X fiIl.BER'l' W. FOWLER ...... . . . Education CHARLES EUGENE FULLER, flv l' A . . . Pre-Lafw IEUNICE FULLER, A EA. . . . . . . . Art: and Science NELSON OWEN FULLER, A X .... . Lafw Board, Vice-President Freshman Class, '28, '29, O Junior Class I THURs1'oN LANIER FALRNER, 6 'T Q. . . . .Vernon, Alabama . 1 Electrical E7l!ll7lL't'f1llg ROBERT LEAMON FARRIS . .... . . . . . . Elba, Alabama Pre-M ed 1 cal The-tn Kappa Psl, "Crimson-Nvhltselzftgxff, '27, '28, Pro-Med Club, Masonic ll 1 HARRY LEE FAULK . .... : . . . Dothan, Alabama Pre-Medical OLIVIA CEWENDOLYN FEL'roN . . . . . . .Ramer, Alabama Ari: and Science Secretary Pre-Law Club, '28, Parllamentarlun Pre-Law Club, '29, Wom- an's Contemporary Debating Club, '29, League of Women Voters. HELEN FENDLEY, B lit . . . . . . . . . . . Oneonta, Alabama ' VVoman's College, '28, French Club, Carolyn Hunt Club, Education Club. . Abbeville, Birmingham, "Alabama Law Intercollegiate - Selma, . Hartselle, Education Club, Publicity Manager of Education Club. . LaFayette, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Excelsior, Erosophlc. . University, . Centerville, Alabama Alabama Journal" Debater, Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Phi Alpha Dcltn, Executive Committee, '28, '29, '30, "Crimson-White" Staff, "Rnmmc-r-Jammer" Staff, "Corolla" Staff, Pan-Hellenic, Black- fI'lB.I'8. RonER'1' R. FULLER . . . ..... . . .TuscaIoosa, Alabama Chemical Engineering A. A. E., A. S. M. E., Lieutenant Engineering Corps. THOMAS M. GACHPZ'l' . . ..... . Clio, Alabama Commerce Masonic Club, President Masonic Club, Fcllow.ln Accounting. LoN CHARLES KPAMMAGIE, E N . ..... . Americus, Georgil Arts and Science K B 'll Glcc Club, Secretary Glec- Club, '29, '30, Arch Club, Executive Committee, "Runniner-Jammer" Staff, "Corolla" Stuff, '28, '29, Junior Prom Committee. RUDOLPH C. GEIIRKEN, JR., E N . . . . .Augusta, Georgia flrls and Science Thetn Tau, skulls. ANGELO ROSARIO GIANNI . ....... Jersey City, New Jersey Ari: and Science DAN MACDONNELL GlBSON, A T A . . . Birmingham, Alabama Pre-Lafw .fv,:l...,Q r ' ' "" "" ' "" 'A M , "" "Luna ,,...,,.c"l.,w.,..-... .L.hf.,'v3 ,, 5 ' '- ,f ' ff' 4 to 1, gf , ' rf i.,,,V, ,--.1,f-j' .Q I.. at .HIME-llSl1'YOl,Al:.ABAMKl Q,fj5,aj L v '.,., ,,. ,, , , ,,,-,-,.,.-,.,,,-,.,,..,,,,-,,,-,...,....-.........--A ..... -M "ff7l17",- '7l,Lggx -A 74 " 'wily lllf l 'lg fini' lllgj 'V W -Y-,il :lf-'E will llg.,3g 'fill I ,il 5 lf s , l lllrll l ffl ,W 1 lr' ri, ill' I ll rl ,. R . 1 1 1 'A .Y x WL... 1:ffeeqG2WffgT'ffff?7rs e .THEAA A .co i 5,1-fiefg ,i Junior Class SAU1. GINSBURG, K N . Ar.nERT M. GIRTIEN, dv . . . . . . . . .Birmingham, Alabama Commerce A Xl' ...... Arts and Science . Attalla, Alabama rl. ' qi X gy, 5 WALTER M. GODDARD, A T A . . ..... Stratford, Connecticut 4 Commerce alia A 2 H ' flx 'hall A. FLETCHER GoRnoN, 2 A E. . . . .Mobile, Alabama Lafw 7 fl' A fl' MW km 1 lgllrlfl DALMA GRAVE1'l'E, A A A ...... . . Blytheville, Arkansas Education f.l,,Z,' ' '71 LN ,ggjli MAURICE GRAvE1'rE, A A A ........ Blytheville, Arkansas lr 42 Education VJ i i.rW,gfI GARVICE EDWIN GREEN ....... . . . . Guin, Alabama F Ari: and Science l x RL, STANLEY GREEK . .... . . - Camp I-Iill, Alabama li- X, Commerce Commerce Club. ROBERT ToxEY HAAS, A 1: E ..... . . Mobile, Alabama 37 A 5' Commerce yfbfl Arch Club. ,' , 1 F45 MARIE HERnERT FIAGER, E K ....... Flat Creek, Alabama fill Arts and Science fu J Wk? FRANK THoMAs HAcoon, 2 N ....... Evergreen, Alabama lf Commerce fi. A K ix' GLENN Ol.EoN HALL, II In A ....... Albertville, Alabama flrls and Science ' K JOHN A. HAMPTON ......,.... Lawrence, New York Fl Enyineering N Cx' MARJORIE SYB11. HANKINS, X Q ........ Goodland, Kansas mfr . ij Arts and Science .Q ' Kansas State College: University of Iowa. KU ROBERT COLE HANSON, 'If A NI' . . . ..... Reform, Alabama 'Engineering llslj S. A. M. E.g A. I. E. E.: Officers' Club. , ig: I I R. jg! ALl.ENE HARDIN, Z T A .... . . . . Derma, Mississippi eff ' Education Raj "Corolla" Staffg Glrls' Gloe Club. lf Nfl' CLEMEN1s L. HARPER . . . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama lil, Commerce GERALO T. IIARPER .... ...- . . .Birmingham, Alabama if A' , Commerce avr ml will Kill o -. ,.,,. ...M ,,..,. efeae, -1--- --'----M-- -H W we 'Uf3'V7"A'N'?Ki f X' "??7'f:'f ,Oni ' " I - uulvs v or ALABAMA F. wggjif 75 'fr'-' 'f'I"":""',r"zIfif ,f:1"" 'SI il' , . of Gil so l 4,2 l,...,'I I I , f .. .:I.,. 1 ."f...,,,.,,.s. "-, , ,I ,. 1.1, 4. M' . Junior Class l1AR'I'oN I.I'oNs HARRIS, A K IG .... .Birmingham, Alabama l:'nginrrri1Ig 9 'I' Sl'lIillHll'fi uml Hlmlu. DAN BI.ARIs l-IARRIs . . . Pre-Mrd qi X "f.iUl'UiiiL" Staff, '28, '29, "Cl'ilI1H0ll-Nvili10" Stuff, urs, '29, MARX' PIzI"roN HARRIS, K A .... . . . :Iris and SL'lL'llCI' WII.I.IAM GRIFFIN HARRISON . . . . . . . COIllII1t'ffK A'l'll,AElI,AAE . Mllllf0FCi, Alabama '28, '29, Pro-Mod Club, . Scottsville, Virginia . Grove Hill, Alabama AIIIIIIIIIIH, QIIaI4II'nIIglc-, Ahtihliblllllll ln 'I'I'vIIsuI'r-r':-I Oflla-u, SL't'l'l'Ull'1"TI'i'RHlll'l'l' .lunlur lilllllllH'l'I't' Class '29, '30, 'rl'P6lSlll'C'l' Delta Sllrnui I'l: Socrotury AlnbIInIa Qu:IIlI'aIII.:lI-, 1'hllonIIIthiI-, i:IllIllllL'l'C0 Club. CA'l'llliRlNli LIEWIS I-IARWELI., X S2 . . . . .Birmingham, Alabama JI rr: and S rizrrzrc IGI-oHolIlIlI-, l'i, film- Club, '28, '29, '30, vVflI11!lll'S C'ouncll, '28, '29, '30, illdllltillg Club, x7i1'4'-ijl'9Fili6l'll: Soc-I'I-tnrya'l'I'c-n.NIIrvI' Sophomorn Class, Vice- J'I'I-Nldullt l':III-I-la-llvIIlr', '28, '29, '30, Sorority Editor "Corolln". WII,I,ARn w7liNlJlil.L lfIA'I'cII, A A X ..... Los Angeles, California .flris and Scicnu' lflmlltorlal Board "WinI:c-cl MosseIIgor", l'IIllI'orIIl:L Club, League of Na- tions Club. lIunIzR'I' C. I-lAI'Ics . .... . Lafw A 'I' E, 'I' K A . Tuscaloosa, Alabama I'lIlloIIIntlIln-, '28, '29, '30, i"0l'l'lll-lil' Counvll, '27, '28, '29, '30, Vlce-Presb dn-nt 'Pau Kappa Alphn, '29, Vl'I'Ni1il'l1t 'Pau Kzmpn Alpha, '30, Club Ghlbel- Ilno: l'I-vslrlr-II! Vlnb Gbilwllini- '28, l'I'I-slrlont Formislr- Council, '29, Man- ugvr ol' IIItI:I'-Sm-loty IJQIJHUJH, '28, Vura-Ilty Dohatlng Team, '28, '29, Y. M. K". A. fqilbillfll. '30, Euphlun l.ltI'I'ul'y Sm-luty, '27, '28, '29, '30, Jfwnblll Ulub, Vlc-1--l'I'I-Niall-Ilt .lam-obln Vlub, '29, "tTrlmson-White" Stuff, '29, '30, Pl'0Slfi1'lll Dlxlo D1-l1ntiIII.: III-npzllv, '29. Jon r1'AYl.0R HEARD ............. Dothan, Alabama COI!lllll'7'l'1' Uvllll Slgfllll Pl: Vlvfr-l'I'I-sldr-IIt COIIIIYNEVCU Club, .Tunlor Faculty. lEI.IzAnIa'I'II I'IHNDl.EY ........... Tuscaloosa, Alabama KIM: and Sfirnczr iIAR0l.ll BRINnI.IsI' I-IIzNnRIx ...... Engznrcrmg 'I' li ll . Cullman, Alabama Offlcws' Club, A. I. E. E., S. A. M. E. H1'iliIillll'li und Hlnclm-. LONNIE CoI.IzMAN HIINLIIY. . . . . . .Union Springs, Alabama Eduralion Glvo Club Quartvtto, I'itilli'31'.i0H Club. COII1lIl1'fl'L' '1'IIIconoRIs J. H IQNNING A'1'S2..... .llrlx and Srirncc Arch Club. Jumz RIQMIIIIRI' H HRBIZRT, Jon C. HICKMAN . ..... . Enginzfrring WII.I.IAIvI BAII.IaI' Hxcxs, Physiral Education Football. JoIIN EUC!-INI5 HII,I. . ...... . Engim-rring WII.I.IAIvI INGIa HII.I,. . . . . . . Lafw -1- li K, 'I' K A, fl' A A fl1lxZ...... . . . Mendota, Illinois . Demopolis, Alabama . Mobile, Alabama . Abilene, Texas Birmingham, Alabama Montgomery, Alabama l'I'I-slmla-III. i'l'4'-IAIXV Vlub, '28, Honor llnll, '26, '27, '28, '293 Elllvllimlfl. 'T-'31 l':Xl'l'llliX'0 I'onIn1ittc-m-, '29, iEl'0HDhit', '26, PI'esIlIlL-IIL Varsity In-bntlng T4-mn. '28, '29, Stratford Club, Gladstone Club, '1'0llI1lll Lnmnx Junior Orntorl' Prlzo, 'i'l'llSC00 St-nlor Orn,tuI'y Award, Alpbn, Gnmmn Award: Ward. Sternc .Q 170, Prim-, HAilLiJllI'I1ll, Luw Journal" Stuff, Foronalu Council. EVANS I-IIN'soN, K A , . ..... . Montgomery, Alabama Prv-Lafw .,.., . ' -- ., e. .. . . If - or I lf.'1' If -. ,T ,L , ,fu ,I . , . . ,, N ,.,. ' " ..'6i'i.-.....'w.iI.i in ai. ,y,g5L,,aTf..fi,145-s.11',f f I 76 X r O Jiuuniwr Class CAROLYN R. YIOCKER, K A . . . . . . - Chili!!!-20, IlliI10iS Arls and Serena' Unlvorslty ol' llllnols. JAMES VVILLIAM lIowARo, -If K E . . . Tuscumbia, A'abama Lafw flnilc-ron lla-lla Knmm.: Hluo Key: Phi Della Phi: Bluo Key, Pro:-ilflc-nt, 'l5'l: 'l'rvasuri-r U, ll. K., '23, l'l'i-slilc-:lt Junior Flu:-is, '27: l'ri-slilc-in Juulor Prom Cnmmlttocg Pri-slilout of Rho Alpha Tau, '25, Cotllllon Club Com- w mltti-u '29' I'ro:-lizlont, l"rvslm1:m Law Class, '28, '2El: Ars-h Club, Fra:-llnnan Mamxgi-r Football, '25, Junlor l'l lult.lf-0, '2!lg l.'Apa,c-ho Club. . . Cmnmittoo, '28, '29, JUNE X. lloifl-'so'N, .flrls amb Srirnrn E'l'lll.lil5N ii0l.l.ANIl . . . . . . Lineville, Ifduralmn BENJAMIN llERNARn iI0l.l.l5Y, E fll IC . . . Sylaeauga, Prn-Lafw Tllarvkl'x'larsg 1"1'c-Law Club: Business Stuff, "Winged Mvssoi Gomsnv KING lI0l.S'l'0N, A E fb ...... . Selma, l'rr'-Mf'diz'al Tha-ta Knmm Pslg vllfll-Pl'l'Hifll'lll l'x'4--Mod Club, Sovr4-lal'y- Baton Club, ll. O, 'I'. U. and Unlvcrslty Bands. luxor-utlvo 'om Umu- A ll, ll . ....... Hartford, Connecticut Alabama Alabama ll-TOIHU Alabama Tr:-aemrc-r DIAMES MARCUS lloon , .......... Collinsville, Alabama Pl1y.rimI EQIIHYUIOII Football: Basketball, 'l'r:u:l:g "A" Club: "Corolla" Staff. VVILLIAM EA'l'llIiRl.lEY Hoon, fb I' A . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Mwllaniral 1:'11gim'r'r'ing 0 'l', fl A K Rho Aluhn Tau, '271 Vlve-llroslilm-nt Eroaonlilr-, '27, 'ESQ Vif'tl-'l1l'1'Sill0lll l"rvslmmn Y. M. U. A. Cziblnul, '27, l?llavkl'rlm'sg K1-y Ulub, '29, S. A. M. E.: Uillvuru' Club: l'i'1-slclmlt A. A. E., '29: .lunlor Prom fi0llllllllll'I', 'ifllg C-2ll1llll'ILlll-fill, '28, '29, l'roHld1-nt Soplmmoro l':lll.1'illl':l'l'llllI Class, '28, Vnrslly Truvk, '28, '29. MABIEI. LUCINUA l'loR'roN . ..... . Evergreen, Alabama C0lllIllt'ffL' HARRY IIUGER IloUs'roN, JR. . . .... . . Mobile, Alabama Cln'mi1'al 1L'lI!liIIl'l'l'iIIg FRANK J. I'10WARll . . . . . . . . . . Mobile, Alabama C 0 m In era' 0 A K Blue Key, Footbullg Baseball. VV. HOLDEN HOWARD . .... . .Cullman, Alabama Cnnmmrfzr A E ll l'hlIonmthl1-sg Quxulramrle-3 1'munn-r1-c--Ulubg Ilonox' lloll, '28, '29g .lunlor Vnvully. JOHN GRAHAM lIUnsoN . . - - - - - - - Pulaski, Virginia Arm and Sczmce fl' 1' Il ' "Corolla" Staff. TOM EIWVARIJ I'IUEx', JR., E N .... .Birmingham, Alabama Prz'-Lafw Al.lllER'l' E. I'IUouEs, 0 'Y' U' ..... . Tuscaloosa, Alabama C 0 nz m vrr' 0 C0lIlllll'I'1'C Club. IAIORACE M. HULGAN, 'l' il X . . . . . . Valley Head, Alabama Pre-Lalw Plillmnathlsrp Elluliiallg Pro-Law Clubg Exm-lsiorg Vll't!'l'l'l3Hlllt'lll. ldxuulslor, '28g tirlninon Te-to Club, Proslilc-ut Excelsior, '29, llroslclont Urlm:-ion Tl'4-Lu Club, '28, "Corolla" Board, '2Sl. FLORENCE El.IZABl5'l'll IIULsAR'r, A E A . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama flrla and Sricnre EARL HUMMER . . . . . . . . Huntington, Indiana Commnrrc , ,... Q .f ,.,, ,... , , 3.2. 3, :L l 1, K' lj 235 5-'-r',.f'.aA,i,,.3vi5h1:xx. . - , vi , ,,g-.lem-m .m....-x... ...,..,,. 77 :H . , ., :li ' ll: . . fl- . .-, A., ,,, fl Xlifronaulical Enginrrring . S. A. M. E.: Ofllccrs' Club. Cl'IARl.0'l"l'E CLARA JIeNNI:'I'I' . ..... Cedar Grove, New Jersey Pre'-Lafw ' Junlor Faculty, Hall Chairman. CLIFFORD Boo'I'II JoIINsoN . .... . .... Decatur, Qfyi E fzgzfzccrzrzg Vlco-1"x'eI-Ildcnt Englncerlng Class. I Alrlx and Scimzrc Junior Class DoxoTIIY I-IUTCIIINGS, A EZ A ...... . Amarillo, Texas flris and Sricnce LILI.IAN INGRAM . ...... . Bainbridge, Georgia Pre-Medical A E A Y. XV. C. A. CIIblIIot, '28, '29, 'VlC0-Pl'0!-lillfillf Y. XV. C. A., '29, '30: Secre- tory PPC-Mvd Club. '23, '29: Lfmguu ol' Womcn Voters: Secretary Honor Council, '29, Junior Faculty, '29, Blue Ridge Delegate, '28, '29. HIQRMAN CI.vmc INGRAM, T Q X . . . . Hay St. LoIIis, Mississippi C 0 Ill7l1t'l'CL' B. S. U. Council, Commerce Club. MlI.1'0N RoIzIaIIT ISIIAEI., E Q Il' . . . . . Bronx, New York Medzcme PAUL A. IVY, JR., X fl' . . . . . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Commerce JosI2PIIINIa PA'I'I'oN JACKSON . . . . . -Livingston, Alabama Eduratzon Education Club. KliNNE'l'lI V. JAMES . ..... . .Tallassee, Alabama Commerce - AN'l'IIONX' V. JANNIc'I'I' . . ...... .Birmingham, Alabama Mcchumml Ellglllffflllg ROIIHR1' B. JEFFERIES . . . . . . '. , . . . Citronelle, Alabama Alabama MARY AI.ICli JoIINsoN .......... Haines City, Florida I full I1,..g :I-, tl' 'll fi .X If L'f!ih,l lfiis - I wi ...I l FFIIOMAS LAWRIQNCE JoIINsoN . . . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama ' Arts and Sricncc ', pg "CI'lIIIsoI1-XVhltc" Staff: "Corolla," Stuff. ' WILLIAM AIINHII JoIINsoN, JR., E A E . . . Montgomery, Alabama Pre-Mcdiral f Rho Alpha Tau, '25, Skulls: Parasites: Junior Prom Committee, '30. . I D. MORGAN JONES . .... . . . . . . .Citronelle, Alabama w, Commerce f Kamm Gllllllllh Dc-Ita: C0ll1Ill0l'C0 Club: Excelsior: Ofllcers' Club: Business Stuff, ''1151lllllldl'-Jll.lT1lll0l"'Q Track, Rifle Team. ,, g HIINRY I,oUIs JORIIAN . . .... . Mobile, Alabama Commerce ,5 ,li I 5 ' :l C 'gil O'1'Is L. JORIIAN . . ....... . . . .Yarbo, Alabama .1 Mvdmnz 31' 1' I Phl Bela Pl, Masonic Club, Secretary. " .rl WII,I.IAM Fos'I'mI JORDAN, 6 'I' 0 . . . . . Vernon, Alabama flrls and Science .. I if E. BOYD A. KEA'l'IIl.EX' . . . . . . . . . . Danville, Arkansas lfxfil Pre-Law gg :Q Mnsonlc Club, Pro-Law Club, "Corolla" Staff. Ili . I lg ll ,ll rl l 1 V. 'il . if I.. la pf- lf ,- -M .. , , . , . ..,,,-..,-,...-,,-,..WH...-..,-.-----.-..-... C ,rx 3:12, I ,,-ago.: U , .. . , , . , , Q ,ge-..ff- -.7-.,W,,,,.,. 'azferagl 1 Camel eQEQ'AB'ABAMA jzgfffgi ' 1, X,...-,,,.,.,,,,,,..,,.-,...,a-,..,.................-..-..-A --.--- ----,-'-- I ' 1' M V mnklm 78 WWW 3 sf Junior Class JOHN DONALD KELLY, fb I' A ..... . . Atlanta, Georgia Arts and Science "Rammer-Jammer," '27, '28, '30, "Corolla," ness Manager "Crimson-WVhlte," '29, Rifle '27, '28, '29, Assistant Busl- Tenm, '29, Junior Manager Rliie Team, Gloe Club, Blmskfrlnrs, Lieutenant Company "L", Olllccrs' Club, L'A1mche Club, Olllcers' Bull Committee. ROY Woon KIMEROUGH . . . . - . Law . . Thomasville, Alabama Phl Beta. Kappa., Phl Deltn Phl, A.B. Degree, Unlversity of Alnlmmrt, '17, Jasons, Intercollegiate Debate, '29, President Blaekl'rlnrs, '16, '17, ln- structor ln English, '28, '29, Instructor ln Publle Speaklmr. '29, '30, Law Honor Roll, '28, '29, "Alulmmn Law Journal" Staff, '29, '30. W. A. KlTl'RELI,, JR., 2 N ...... . Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee Arts and Science KALMUN KENNE'l'H KRAMER. . . . . . . .Bronx, New York Pre-Medical MAUNO WALTER LAINE . . . . . ..... Brooklyn, New York Eleclrzcal Engineering A. I. E. E., Rifle Team, '27, '28, '29. ROBERT EDGAR LAKE . ....... Engineering MARX'LAUREDA LANcAs'rER. . . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama . . Pine Castle, Florida Arts and Science Club 400, Pre-Law Club. WALTON PHILLIP LANEY, 1'I K A . . . Birmingham, Alabama Physical Education "A" Club, Basketball, '29, '30. DAvm D. LANGAN ......... . . Mobile, Alabama Chemical Engineering Vice-President Sophomore Engineering Class, JOHN HOWARD LARY, II K A ...... Arts and Science Phl Beta. Pi, Excelsior Literary Society, NORMA LAURENDINE, K K I' . ..... Arts and Science P811-I'IGll0lliC Council, Honor Committee, RAY VANCE LAWRENCE . . . . . . . Commerce THOMAS WILSON LAYNE, II K A . . . Commerce ' Assistant in Trcasureirs NORMAN LEO LEFKOVITS, Z B T. . . . Arls and Science SAM LEMKIN, 21 9 11' . ...... . Medicine M E A Freshman Basketball, '29, "Crimson-White" ehestra. DO'l'LEWlS,9T. Arts and Science MYER A. Lewis, JR., Z B T . . . . . . Arts and Sczence SYLVIA Lewis, A fl' E . ...... . . Freshman Football. . . Huntsville, Alabama Pre-Med Club. . . Mobile, Alabama Erosophlc, '28. . Vance, Alabama . Huntsville, Alabama Otllce. . Columbianna, Alabama . Newark, New Jersey Staff, '29, University Or- . . Gadsden, Alabama . jackson, Mississippi . Birmingham, Alabama Arls and Science DEBORAH BLANCHE LEVY, A fb E . . 1 . . Winter Haven, Florida I Arts and Science 1 .-'pi L, 4 4-. js , , QQIAM J JZ 79 Junior Class lIARoI,II CASPAR LIcvI', Z2 Q 'lf ..... .flriri and SCiL'llfL' SAMUIII. RICIIARII LIIvI', P2 S2 Xl' . . . . . f1rl.G and Scinnre l-'rm-NIIIIIIIII Umss 4'flllllil'y, '2T: l"I'm-I-IlIIIIIIII '1'I':II-lc, Uouncll. Blix HIQNRI' LIc:II'I'I-'oo'I', K A. . . . . .Luverne, flrlv and Sricnce Kuy lc-cg Baton Club. I.IcwIs MORRIS l,I'I'I'I.I-:, A 'l' S2 ...... . Alden, .flrlsr and Srifnfe K Il 'lg 'II K DAVID C. LnNnoN, 0 X. . . . . . .lInntsviIle, Ellglllfffilly 0 'I' "4'uI'olln" Staff: limllo l'lulIg lf'I'nslIInan Football, '27. RANn0I.I1II G. LoRIIa, Z ll 'I' . . . . . Dothan, Lafw VVll.l-'ORD A. l.owRv, A X A .... . . .liessemer, Co m In vrn' Varsity Football, '29, lEI,MIaR Al.l'RliD LUIIINO . ...... . . Cffvzl lflzgzmwrmg Nt'W'lllllll Clulrg S. A. M. 10,3 A. S .C.E. '27g Track, '28, . Brooklyn, New York . Brooklyn, New York Fornnslc Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama . Pasadena, California jUI.IA LICIGII LYNNIE, K A . . ..... . Decatur, Alabama Arm and Srmnrn Blai-lrI'I'laI's. '2ll. fiU'l'llRlli SwIN'I' MABRIIY . ....... . l-Iorton, Alabama Cllflllifllf Enyinrrriug 'I' ll ll, l' S IC, 0 'I', X ll 'I' l'I'I'-slIlmIt Jllllilll' Ell1.Clll1'l'l'r-3, JIIIIIOI' Fnvultyg llnnor Roll, '28, '29, FRANK r1'll0MAS MAIIONIA, A ll A . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Comllwrrz' HUGII MAI,I,0Rv, JR., 'fl' A 0 . . ....... Selma, Alabama Lalw PIII lh-Ita l'lIlg Arm-h f'lIIlrg l'aI':IsitI-sg lfllgh llat Club, L'Apachc-. RICIIARII M. MANN, E X ...,... .Evansville, Indiana Jlrts, and .S'cIIrrIrc IlIaRIIIeR'I' MARTIN, H X ...... .... C enterville, Alabama !Irl.I7 and Sfwnce - Varsity Rasa-lmll, '29: "f'l'llllSllll-Xvililltf' '28, '29: LII-IItvIInIIl R. O. T. C., Ulllr-I-I's' l'lIIII, JAMES MO0RlE MARSllAl.l., X Ili. . . . . . Marion, Alabama firm and .S'fim1rc PIIILII- MINOR MASON, A X A ..... . Marion, Alabama flrts and Sfivnru CIIARI,IIa R. MAY, K E . .... . liennettville, South Carolina Prf-Mrzlzral l'lIi Ulxlg Vi4'l'-l,l'l'HiIiI'lll, Arc-lI Ululm, '29, l':LI'uI-Iltnf-I: Jllllifll' Prom Conl- Inlttm-, '29, 13ilU'kl'X'llll'bl, '29, '30, VVILLIAM ARI.IIs MAX' . ..... .WinfieltI, Alabama Ifrluratmn FRANK M. MAXWlil.l. . ..... .'I'uScnl005a, Alabama Cn Ill Ill crm? I 80 ff e. . A g ei. -'FTF ' " ' ?fT1A29i Jruunnior Class F Wll.l.lAM VVARIJ MAYNOR, X 'lf ...,.. Birmingham, Alabama Co m 111 1-rn' Alpha Kappa Pnl: Prvshln-nt Rho Alpha 'l'nu. '273 Al'f'll flllllll l'llll-ll1'll0nl1- ' Cuuni-il, '28, Huslm-ss Stall' "1'ornlla." lloMiNlc ASl'RONli MANACANE, A fl' A . . New llaven, Connecticut Pm'-M ml i ral LLOYD MCBRIDE . ...... . Tupelo, Mississippi '- Medirine 0 X DANIEL T. NICCALI., JR., 22 N ..... . Mobile, Alabama ' I'l'1'-M1'11i ral U A K l'hl ll:-tu lll: Skulls: 'l.'Alnu-liv: t'hl Rm-tn Phi: l'ri-slilc-nt, Junior Class: l'l'm--Mm-ml Ululrg "Corolla" Stnl'I'g "Itanium-r-J:umm-r" Stal'I': Glow- Uluhg "f'l'llll!-lflll-xvllllI!" Staff: Sw-1-4-tary mul 'I'runsur4-1' l"i'm-slnnnn Claws: lluslm-ss Stull' "Wlngml M4-ssl-:url-r." JAMES ANDRHVV MCCOLLUM . .... . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Pre-I.afw 'V 1, JOSIEPIIINH NICCORKLIE . .... . . Johnson City, Tennessee Arla' and Sl'Il'Ilft' I f.iORIJON lViCl3ANllEl. . ..... . Bessemer, Alabama C 0 In Illl'I'l'l,' lVlAllIil.lNIZ MCl70NAl.Il, K K I' ..... .Mobili-, Alabama ' Arls and Sl'lI'lII'l? ll A 2 W RAx'MONn JIEFIVIERSON lVlCDONAl.ll , . . . Vllinfield, Alabama ,' lfduralion I. F. lVlCDONNlEl.l., JR., A 'l' A .... . Birmingham, Alabama COIlIlll1'l'I'l' JAMES FREnERlcK MclJowEl,1,, E A IC . . . . Ensley, Alabama l'rr'-Mvdiml A li A llrr-almlvnt llrosopliiu Lite-r1u'y Hom-ll-ty: Rlllf'lil'l'l1ll'N, '27g Pm--Mi-il Cluhg , ,- lmllvlclunl Uompvtlllon, R. U, 'I'. 1'., 2.8: Ss-w-rvtnry-lr:-nr-nn'm-r Junior A.li. Sc-honl: Junior l1':u-ulty. 'l.lll0MAS F. lVlCDOWlil.l., 22 A IG ..... . Ensley, Alabama Law A .E ll, fl' A A Hlzu-lcl'rlnrs3 "HHlllllll'l'-Jilllllllt'l"'Q "1'm'olI:1." '27: Formisxlr- Conn:-ll. '21. ARCHIE BRUCE MCEACIIIN, K A .... . .'1'nsca'oosa, Alabama Ariat and Srimrr Glvo Ulnhg Blzu-klrinrsg lllxm-1-utlvo f'omniil.loi-5 Ilonor Commltlm-1 Quail- runglcg Slruli'ol'cl Club: Sun hogs. FRANCYS CRYSl5l.l.Ii lVlCGAlllEY . . . . .'1'nscaloosa, Alabama fir!! and S1'iL'llc'1.' "llaumnur-J:umm-r" Stnl'I', '28, "l'oroll:L" SULIT, '29. JAMES C. NICGIEIIIEH, E N ........ Birmingham, Alabama f'l'1'-MI'tIll'!ll . q. X . VVn.l.ls B. Mcllowm, fl' K 22 ..... . . Chapman, Alabama !lrI.Q and Sriffza' K ll 'l- :Bll1C'lil'l'll.ll'H, '2Sg lfkosoplill-5 1'n4l1-I, LI1-ull-nnnt ll. 0. 'l'. ff. Rlcl-1ARn SlilllliN Nllllclili, K E ..... . Fannsdale, Alabama flrls' ami Sflfllfl' ' Ti'zuisl'm' from Marion lnstitulo. N JANE MCKENZIE, A EJ A ...... . lflolt, Alabama Edufalirnz ' un-0 Club. DANLEI. F. MCLEAN, A 'I' S2 .... . Sarasota, Florida C 0 m 111 rr 1' 4' Kr-y Ive.. . . , A R 'ffffflfg1'1if3i"15il7'f'fUiif"i-WfF'fffi'f??ilT"l ,... 2fffik'fie?i1T,-.- ..... .l?ff'85i,X?3 A V 81 My ,rl xf xx l ' l . m , fx ,,f . . ,.... I.. .... .. . .,.. 1 I .. ,A s... N , ,..,,,A .-.,... , .. I "ff.fTJT 1.2 ,e-,251 , 5 5 . . some p , ,.,,3?fF .Zia . ,LAV,T4,:: f aff- 'if -. 115235 ,X el. ' . 'l 9 4191. yf7?f'g.1.fu'1Qfgf:f . A Junior Class PRICE CHRl?Nl.IilGl'l MCLEMORli, E X . . . Montgomery, Alabama Commerce I. C. MCMAHAN, 21 N ....... . Gallatin, Tennessee Pre-Medtcal Dokornv MEANS, li fl, .......... Tuscumbia, Alabama Arts and Science Spanish Clubg Pun-llnllenlug Education Club: Club 400. CEHORGIE CAPRON MERRIAM, E X . . . . . . . Kellerman, .Alabama Pre-Medical A K ll' "t'orolln" Staff, '27: "Celine-mn-XVhlte" Staff, '271 Rho Alpha Tau, '27. WALTER J. MEREn.1. . . . . . .... . Anniston, Alabama Arif and Science Wn.l.mM HHRRICK MERRIMAN, JR., '9 X . . Gadsden, Alabama Engineering JOHN A. lVlll.l.l'IR ....... . . . . .Center, Alabama Education Vnrslty Footlmllg "A" Club. I.. Buwron Mn,1.1s, E 'Iv E . . . . . . . . Union City, Tennessee Chemical Engineering Freshman Football, '27: "Corolla" Staff, '30. JOHNSON R. MILTON. . . . . . . . . . .Baldwin, Louisiana Chemical Engmeertng LEO VVHELAN lVll'l'Cl'llNER, X fb ..... . .Atlanta, Georgia ' Arts and Science CARI. Gnome MoEnus, A E fb ..... . Birmingham, Alabama Lafw T K A, 'll A A The Dons, Vnrsxlty Debating Tc-nm: President Forennlc Council: Gladstone Club. JAMES MONEX' , .... - . Scottsboro, Alabama Commerce Viirslty Football Squad, ''Rammor-Jammer" Staff, '30g Philomathlc. JACQUELINE N'oLA Moonv ........ . Cherokee, Alabama flrlr and Science Transl'vr l'rom lloward College: Gloe Club, '27g Rldlng Club, '27g Allied Art Club, 'BXL Vicn-Proslclont In-hating Club, XVlnner Howard Essay Contest. JAMES E. Mooruz, K A. . . . . . . . . .Anniston, Alabama Educatzon "A" Clubg Footlrnll, '28, '29g Baskotlmll, '28. JEROME TANNER Mookn, fl' l' A ...... Montgomery, Alabama. Arif and Science 4 MARY GREY MOR'l'0N, X S2 ........ Tuscaloosa, Alabama flrts' and Science A M 1' Pig Blnvlcl'rlnr:-rg Bnslm-ss Mnnngur ol' Glrla' Glf-c Club, '28, '29, '30, lNliZ lVIOSEl.EY . . .... . Jamestown, Alabama Education X A 'lr Bon MUNDINH, II K tb. . . . .Birmingham, Alabama Lafw ll 1' M, fl' A A, P 0 A Pan-1-lellnnlog Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Gate Club: "Crimson-White" Staff: Editor-ln-Chief 1930 "Corolla", Phllornathlup A.B. Degree, Junior Faculty, Associate Eclltor "Crimson-White" and ''Rammer-Jammer." CHARLES EDWARD MUNDINE, TI K Ill .... Birmingham, Alabama Pre-Lafw v , n Glue Club: Track: "Corolla" Staff. gi ,. fill? - ft an . as 'a" a "'-'M"" - " M" ,, A ,.. 1 - ifeQ'i1f.fe-g1f,:1fa19 1"-Q.. , .HWYERSITY OFJAAIJ-ABAMN' .age f f -5 ,.,, T ..-- f' "' ii. ,,,-,,,,,,,.,,,.,,, -.,,--- --.M ....... - I Ly 82 -uf-. --N X, .XX X 4 I , F A Jiuunnioir Class HOWARD P. NEI.soN, Z2 X . . . - - I. . . . Chicago, Illinois Art: and Science BE'l"l'Y J. NEWCOMER ......... . Tulsa, Oklahoma Xlrix' and Science KA'l'l'lI.EliN HARRISON NEWTON . -.-- - Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arts' and Science Glec Club, '28, '29. EDWARD CUR'I'Is NIcIIOI.s, A T A .... .jackson, Mississippi Arts' and Science - AV11Flllllg'llO'Il and Loo Tl'!l.llRl'0!', ROIHERT S. NoI.ANn, K A ........ Nicholasville, Kentucky flrtr' and Science Key Ice: Nlghtlmwks: Musketeers: "Corolla" Stuff: "Crimson-Xvliltr-" Staff: Pre-Meal Club. LAWRENCE THOMAS OAKLEY, E N . . . . Columbia, Alabama Larw up A lp Key Ice: Vlce-1"rcsidr-nt Junior Law Class: A.B. Unlver:-Ilty of Alabama. V . Chatom, Alabama ELEANOR ONDERDONK, Z T A ........ Lafw , ll . ,. President ol? Conlonipornry Dnbnto Club, '2S: Secretory-'1'renHur1-I' Fresh- man Law Class, '28: University llchatlng Tcum, '28: "Law Journal" Stuff, . '29: "Corolla" Stuff, '29, '30. ROBERT HowEI.I. ORR, A X ..... . . . Birmingham, Alabama ' ffrls and Science Howard College Glee Club, '29: Alnlmnm Glec Club, '30, Keys. . . Brooklyn, New York MARIUsPAcE....,...... Medicine FRANCIS J. PAI.AnINo, A 412 A . . . . . . . Astoria, New York Arts and Science , SUE PARKER, X ll . .... . . . . . . Monroe, Louisiana drtr and Science Honor Council: Debating Club. THEODORE R. PARKER, 21 N . . . . . . . . New York, New York ' Medicine Pre-Med Club. MARGARE'l' CUMMINGS PARTLOW, K A . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama flrlr and Science fl . WILLIAM DEMI'SEY PAR'I'I.ow, A K IG. . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Lafw O A K, 1l1 A flf, K B 'lf Blue Key: Jasons: Arch Club: "A" Club: Gate Club: Scabburd nnd Blade: 4 Alnbumn. QuudI'nIII.:lc: Executive fI0j"llllllfl.l60, '28: Lleutcnnnt U. li. U.: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '28: A. S. M. E.: "Crimson-XVhite" Stuff: Business Mllllllg0l' 1929 "Corolln": Mnnnprer Football. '29 Vnre-Ilty Truck, '28, '29: Football Squad, '28: A.B. Unlverslty of Alabama. LORAINE PATRICK. . . . . . . . .Corinth, Mississippi Education WARREN GRIswoI.o PAYNIE, fb A KI' .... New London, Connecticut Mining Engineering A. I. M. M. E.: I-lonor Roll, '28, '29: Junior Faculty: Tau Beta Pl Award to Highest Ranking Sophomore, '29. MAY STUART PEARSON . . . . . . - - . - -Laurel, Mississippi Comrnerce X 0 Commerce Club: ELlUCHll0ll Club. RUTH PEARSON . ......... .Laurel, Mississippi Ari: and Science JAMES LEON PliRMU'I"l', K N. . . . . . .1-lirmingham, Alabama Commerce Alpha Delta. Sigma: Pan-Hellenic Connell: Honor Roll, '28: WVurd-Sterne Scholarship Prize, '28. . I r e...V.1:.gr: s- I ' ' I f 83 , e - ll: 1, I Q f"'QfV' ,,, ,I .A. Nl "ffQ"',ff', ' ""A-'f -"'f"A"f'Wf"'f"x C ,gf 'QL ,.,,-..- .. ., . ,jg 14,651.1-1 6.ri,' 4,5 N3-Eg, FV, 0 X, ,M , 14---,,-.-,v,-. A-.,,",, ll ' v'249?5.'gfiu axifpffif ffQfl""'f:f,ll VE R I 5 . like J 9 L 9 ., s 7LQ4fl'J'gfZfil .Q1i?iEf:5f:r1frS' ' ' 'fl 4' .fi f 'N l . 5, A I Jliumnwr Class .' A LI ,J AURA Pxcxws, A A A. . . . . . . . .MobiIe, Alabama , Hr!! and Scurncc I Chl Dvllu I'hlg 1':l'0l'i0DlllI': Stl'utl'urcI Club: Honor Committee, '29, Pan- 'ljjl lla-II:-nlf-3 Woman's Counvll, '29, Junior Faculty. .,,,, , . ie,.fvl EDWARD llllAX'I'0N Prrrs, II lx A .... . Fairfield, Alabama fail I'n'-Mfrlirul f l ,V fl' X 11. , ll ,f Wn.r.xAM McI.1aAN Prrrs, K 22 . . . . . Selma, Alabama -,5 Commerrr E5 .Il A Frvslnxmn 'I'rm'lc1 Varslty 'I'l'm-lc. I. fi '1'lncRoN Pon . . . ....... . . - . Corona, Alabama ljj, ' Voralxonal liduralzon ,l ll I .. , I R0llliR'l' Arxrox P0k'rliR . ....... . . Winfield, Alabama I Commerre rx? ljf V. AK1f,AAz: , f'onnnor1-i- Club, ''CrllnsmvWhIl.v" Stuff, '29, Baton Club: Band, '28, '29, '30. ff RALPH POWIELI., II K -If .......... Red Level, Alabama ' Ari: and Scifnre ,XIM1 N I ,NVE 1 I I5 : "Crlnu-:on-NVI1Ito" Stnffg "Corolla" Stuff. P 'gl s 'll Mn.'r0N SlanAs'l'lAN PUx.1.laN, II K A . . . . Boaz, Alabama , -gl I Cornmerre V, ,if . , U, ' A fl' IC, A .X E, A X ll, A fl' ld, U A K !l,'l,I A Blum- Ke-yg Manager Vnrslty Bnskotlmllg Glu-or Loader: Fnronslc Councllz llfjl Vlr-I-.1'-,.,,,m,.m Sophomore Classy "l!rlmson-N'Vhll0" Staff, '29, Otllccrs' jfxll, Club, t'uxnlns-rvv 1'luh, '28, "A" Club. lvkiyjf A . 'lrlf A FRANK RAFLO, Z ll T . . . . . . . . . .Wy!hev1lle, Va. L' , flrfx and Scxrrzfe lf' X, , , , :QW DANIEL Nllizlllli RAI.lsmn . . . . . . . -Allison, Pennsylvania VN-xg Cammerre iffy, 7,A,J Ru'rH ROSAMOND RANK, A A A . . . . . . Detroit, Michigan .fr an .firnre I, l I If J S' ' X . . . . . 'Noi A. l7liN'l'RliSS RAY, fl' A 9 ........ . Corinth, Mississippi 3,1 . - ,- .-Iris and Svxence I. XX Skulls. fl, X, Uh XVILLIAM Iimumx RAY . . ..... . Ashland, Alabama ffjlil Commerre l,'m,i Phllonmlhlrzg Vlve-1'rI-a-xlclem Eivelslorg Treasurer. IfllNIiS'l' A. RAZHK . . .... . Mobile, Alabama C o m merre 1 -i Alpha Kappa Pulp Alplm IN-Ita Slgmag Buslnm-ss Manager "Iiummer-Jnm- 5, , nn-r"g Lllrc-ulutlon Manager "Rum:ner-Jxumnnr," '29, Asaor-lute Business C,q,j-tl Mmnuzol' "Corolla", Assovlnte- Hl.lSlIlPSS Manager "Crimson-White", Pres- Qlfll Ielont Froalnnnn Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '28, Secretary-Troasurer Y. M. C. A. Htl ', tlulllnotg Secretary-'I'rensur1-r Ulns:-1, '29, VI:-e-Prosldmlt Junior Commerce , ,fxlyl Ula:-is, Conum-ri-o Ulub, '28, '29, '30: Ext-elslorg Junior Prom Commltter-3 Bluff ' Junlor Faculty. ,Milli ff' lf, Loom Rlalasle, jk., II K fb, . . . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama lf,'l,,l', 1 I H I ,f Commerte 'f ' 4,1 "1'runson-WliItv" Stuff: Svxilrlmml 'und Blade-. 'li 59-1 lVlAMIlE Lou REIEVISS . . . . ..... . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Ilgl, Eduranon lyju 4 ,f , lEl.woon R. RICHARDSON, II K A . . . . . . Marion, Pennsylvania Commerrf 1 ll "Crimson-Whltmf' Staff: Commerce Club. llfl '1'lcRkx' MCCALI. RICHARDSON, E N . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama La-'w Phl Della Phlg Pri-slclvnt Arr-h Club: L'Aparhe. ilflll elf .5 AI.lllEN L0nN RlCKI.liS. . . . . - . Boaz, Alabama Big! C0lIlIlI6'I'l'l' ll , C0lllI1l0l'1'0 Club: Assistant In Ar-counting. llfii Viz Illzknmu' Louis R1NHnAR'I', fl E fl' . . . . Mansfield, Ohio if COIIllIlL'f't'l' l 1, , fi I , D1-lm Slgnm Pl, Band: Baton Club. ty E L45 l W f ll IL' ' lr-'. l ...Y . - 7. , ,ff--QL. ,L.,,., ,, ., , ., ,, , , . A I ' 4 K .,,. Y.-- ..... A. ...J soy, '--' - 376. ui ' -- ', fy! ,' . , , . lv 1 A A f Y , ,x,17fXL"f nw-,fx,yf, XM, t. asm or ALABAMA 2 ,656 ,sf S4 .ll 1-, X. Al X l l Ii! .gl L. 41 lf' i r .nk l ll l -ul' ,H .,-, X wifi Al W 1 l X.',gf -l f A 4' W-'QM-All-AQMMWM' :mf , ...gg .A ,.., -.,-- f.L..g..1. ......i. ,,,---,fx-w.. ' A 2 vw .I A u W lwifqj-L3-j1jffW"Q l ,I -- -N -- ....---.. , M , .f x W, gi' kr . . , Junior Class HELEN ROBERTS, X ll ....... I . . . Thomasville, Alabama flris' and Scufncc "Corolla" Staff. JAMES BuN'r1.r:x' Ronmws, JR., A X . . . . Birmingham, Alabama , C 0 in rn crcr A A 2 ll Blue Key: l"roslnnnn 'l'l'lH'lC2 llcml Glu-or Lomlor: "llllIllllll'l'-JlLlllllN'l"' Sports Eclltorg "Cl'llllHOll-xvllllI!" Stnffg "Corolla" StnI'l'. -,- DAVE RonIaR'rsoN, K E. . ....,.. Birmingham, Alabama LLC' Commerce ..,,. Blue Key. A K Nl'. A 'll IC Rho Alpha Tau, '27g Blau-kfrlurs: Junior Mmmgel' 'Frm-k 'I'1-am: Key I4-og Manager Illlle Team: Junior Prom Uonnnlttl-op Circ-ulullon Mnnmxor "llo- rolln," '29, 'flllg Asslstant Runlnm-rss Mmmgvr "Rmnnu-r-.Imnnn-r"g Olllr,-urs' Uluh, '29: Ext-ol:-:lor Llt01'ru'y Society, I':l'0SODllll', '28. , I-IonAcla I'lARRY ROBINSON. 'lf A rl' ...... Buffalo, New York , Mcchanical Enginrcring Member St. Pulls Committee: Vlce-Pri-sldont A. A. E. BEN F. RODEN, A T A ........ . Birmingham, Alabama flrlr and Science HAROLD LAw'roN ROGERS, A X A .... . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Pri'-Medical K r lf, fr n ll P Junior Fm-ultyg "Crimson-XVhlto'' Stuff: Gls-o Club, '27, '28, ':l9g Varsity Quartet: Pre-Med Club. Ex.1zAnE1'H LAMAR Ross, A A A . . . . .'I'uscaloosa, Alabama Education Erosuphlc, '28: Freslmlun Y. XV. C, A., '28g "Corolla" Stuff, '20. Lnvv G. Rownm. . ...... . Elba, Alabama Pn--Lafw Frcshnmn Bas:-hull. JHANNH LAUkn'rrA Rusn, X S2 ....... Shreveport, Louisiana flrir ami Scicncc TI LEONARD Bums Russo, fl' 6 X . . . . Lodi, New Jersey A Education AN'ruoNY Gmmom SAl.vA'roRla, A fl- A . . Buffalo, New York Mcdicifzc 22 ...... . New York, New York A Prn-Medical Pre-Med Club. SAr.vA'roRE ScA1.is12, T S2 PAscnA1, A. SCHll.l.liCl, A 'lf A .... . Bessemer, Alabama E l Pre-Medical MAX DUKE ScHu.l,nR, E S2 XI' . i . . . . Prc-Medical Brooklyn, New York . JOHN C, Scuoa . ...... . Birmingham, Alabama Lafw ' 'I' A A, A A E ol' Alulmmu: Junior l1'n.s:ully, '29, llllllblllitlllllil B.S. Degroe, Unlvcrulty Mllllon Dollar Band. SAUI. SCHRAM . . .... I. . . . Irvington, New Jersey , Prc-M cd i cal MABEI, A. SEAL, Z T A ...... . Washington, Indiana Pre-Lafw X A 'I' t. Artillery: Gladstone Club, NVomon's Gon- Sponsor Fourth Battalion, Cons tulnporury Dobntlng Club. A 1' A .......... Delphi, Indiana flrls' and Science Blaukfrlnrsg Transl'er from Syracuse Unlvcrilly- . Tokyo, Japan LEWIS LEE SIIAVFER, SAMUEL NlsAKU SHIBATA . . . ...... Cl: ' ni ial Enjin fcriny IA. 11. M. 111. :fl I hx , 7 Y,,,i.il va V1f,g5 .,., , ,,,,,,,, ,.,,A- ..... --.. --- - fr ., yflkifilll :H f1.kC,g:ffzQQiQ l UNlVE"5"W'fQ + ABA We A 5eg::..v:1.if-.?2f?:9,f A r 35 :uw .fl .rl ,341 Will , i A ' f it A' .H ,. . .. V , L, .1'4. lx, . f f lf' "A' CVT li FQ' 'g.15,-fvgipg ef 5,2 I ' , -,,. Q,-gqillzlel ll ,Wlliliil '-A.gflli?...f'l-fAffi.51i.waffle 1,-Agp.:-ffili...gi A' A A i ALA Junior Class ALFRED MoN'I'GoMI2RY SIIo0K, A K ll . . . Birmingham, Alabama Enginfrring Skulls. GEORCIZ MACK SIIEDMAN . ....... VVooclhaven, New York Lafw Junior l"IIr:ully, '28, '29: "Allllllllllll. Law Journal" Board, Associate Editor "Lll'llllS0ll-hvlllCO," '29, Key:-Ig Varslly DulIILtlIIg 'l'nam, '28, '29, Inturcolle- glatc 1JClllLl.ll'Ig'Q "NViIII:oIl Ml!SSl'llg'C?l"'j "Corolla" Board. Joie RussIaI,I. SIMMONS, -If A 6 . . . . . . Jasper, Alabama COIIIIIIHVCL' "Corolla" Staff. LIaNA MAY SIMON, A fl' E ...... . Memphis, Tennessee Edumfzon XVOIIIIIIYS Counf-ll, '29, Eclucutlon Club, GllOl,S'l'0N YA'I'Es SIMONSON . . I . .Bayou La Barre, Alabama ' Education Vlnc-Prcsldcnt Junior Education Class. JAMES Al.lJEN SIMPSON, K E . . . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama E71gl7lt'L'I'l7lg Rho Alpha Tau, '27g Skulls. FREIIERICK WVII.I.IAM SING'I'oN, Z ll T .... Birmingham, Alabama flris' and Scicnrc Blum Kc-yg l1'I'I-sl1maII Foollrall, '27, l"l'l'Slllll!1ll Baseball, '28: Varslty Foot- ball, '29, '30, Varsity Ham-lmll, '29, '30, Baton Club: I"l'l?Sld0YlC Baton filubp "Cl'll'lll'l0ll'hVlllt0" Staff: "Corolla" Stnflg "Hammer-Jammer", "A" Club, Publlully lJlror:t,or "A" Ulullp Exvr-ullvv Committee! HOHOI' COYTI' I'lllff00Q Pan-Hollunlu Cuunr,-ll, Junior Prom Committee, '29. WII.I.Akn R. Sl'l'l.liR, A T Sl. . - . . .Alliance, Ohio Comnxcfrn , JOIIN Sl,A'l'ON, II K A . . . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama flrisl and Scnrnm Tl'5'LllSft'!' from Auburn. CI.IN'roN VVII.I,IAM SMII.Isv .... I .... Brooklyn, New York Arr: and Srzvnrc EMILY MAI'Iss SMI'I'II, A A A ....... Birmingham, Alabama .flrlr and Srienca EMLEN l'I. SMITII, Z al' . .... . . Birmingham, Alabama Lafw The Dons. IIIQNIIY BROWNLEE SMI'I'II, JR., fb I' A . . . . Lawton, Oklahoma flrtr and Seinnre A J. L. SMI'I'II, 6 T S2 ........... Camp Hill, Alabama , Mnrlmniml lifzginnrring ' s. A. M. JQIIN M. SMITI1, II K A .... . . .Birmingham, Alabama Cornmartc josIzI'II RII.Icx' SMI'I'II, A 'lf S2 ...... . Fayetteville, Tennessee flrlf and Sricmfc Skulls, Rho Alpha Tau, '28. . LucII.I.I3 SMITH . ......... .Roanoke, Alabama 5, , Arif and Science Ross CUI,I.EN SMI'I'II, A K E ....... Birmingham, Alabama .flrrr and Scicnu' BlfLClCl'l'lill'Sj Arch Club, Parris-Ilurz-Ig Rho Alpha Tang Quadrangle, Vico- 1'l'C!-llilclll. Junior Class. VVs'A'I"I' SMI'I'II, A fl' E ....... . Montgomery, Alabama Pre-La lfiil 13 sz Aw f I, ,fl ., ,..,,, -,-.,.,,. ,e--..---,, , ..,.. ,. ,,.,. , 7Ef7,.f yfgy 86 Junior Class . ZONA SMITI-I . . . . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arts' and Science Junior Faculty. MORRIS SOKOL, K N . ...... .Birmingl1am, Alabama Commerce WILLIAM LA'I'I'EN SouI.E, fb 1' A ..... . Pensacola, Florida Engineering S. A. M. E.g A. A, E.g Ollloers' Club. . MARY ELLIS SIfo'r'I's, A A A ....... Birmingham, Alabama Arts and Science II AUBREY AYER STABLER, TI K A . . . . . Greenville, Alabama Pre-Medical Phi Chlg Quadrangle: Assistant LllII'aI'lan, 'ESQ Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '28, ' ALMON CLARKE STABLER, II K A . . . . . Greenville, Alabama Pre-Medical A 2 II, Ill X B. S. U. ol' A., '27: University Accountant: Quadrangle: Scubburd and Blndcg Executive Committee. '28. JAMES G. STALCUP . . . . . . . .Winfield, Alabama V Commerce i A K NP, A A E XVard-Stcrne ScholurslIip, '28, Qumlruliglo: Junior Frmculty Band, '281 llonor Roll, '29. ANNIE BRI'I'I' STANDIFER, A E A . . . . . . . Eufaula, Alabama A flrts and Science I . XVOITI8.l1'S Pan-l-lullcnlc Cuuncll: Junior Il0l'll'0SUlllll.i.lVG NVoman's Council: - Scirrutary of Wonmn's Councllg Club Ghlbelllncg "Crimson-White" Stnffg . "Corolla," Stuff, '30. - GEORGE Rosmu' S'I'ANNus, 2 X . . . . . . . Biloxi, Mississippi flrls and Science Rho Alpha Tau, '28g BlIIckfx'lIII's, joIIN CAIINES S'I'Er'IIENs, 6 T I2 . . . . . . . Attalla, Alabama Mining Engineering LOUISE FANNIE S'I'IzwAR'I' . . . - . . . . . Holt, Alabama . flrts and Science FINIS EWING S'I'. JOHN, JR., G K N . . Cullman, Alabama 2 Lafw 'I' A A The Dons. EDGAR AI.I.EN S1'ovALL, T Q X . ,. . . . Birmingham, Alabama Engineering Olllcers' Club: S. A. M. E.: Second Lieutenant R. O. T. C. k I MARCIA LEONORA S'I'owI2 . . ..... . . .OpelIka, Alabama Education Honor Councll, '28, '29. SARAII BLANCIIE S1'RIBI.ING, A X Q . . . . . Columbus, Mississippi Arts' and Science Education Clubg Home Economics Club. MICIIAEL ENDRE SZECSI . ........ Birmingham, Alabama Physical Education MARGUERITE TARWATER ....... . Fayette, Alabama Education WILLIE ME11'A 'FAYLOR .......... Gulfcregr, Alabama Education President Junior Education Class: Education Club. LORA THAXTON, A 5 A ---- . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Art: and Science M f""" "M" " "'M" "' i M-f1?f?i-5?2v5341?:?.f5QEffE..- ' 5? 'I UNlVEF5'TYf9"'-ALABAMA' ' 87 .f 'Rig r :ff ' A A "A 777 W i f 35' A7 ,fVff?f, i":-fkigfk fx: im A U: Junior Cllass JAMES RUSSELL TQHOMAS, flf 1' A ..... . Holt, Alabama flrlr and Srifncc W. A. '1'll0MSON, 'I' K E ........ I.ake Charles, Louisiana I:'l1'r'Irir'al Erzgincvrirzg CIIARIJES JOSEPH TOMMASEI.l.0, A 'lv A .... Brooklyn, New York Pro-Mrdical JOHN IEDXVARD 'YUCKER . . . ...... Russellville, Arkansas Chrmirlry and Mflallurgy MARGARET KA'l'llRX'N TURNER . . - . - -Tuscaloosa, Alabama flrtr' and Scifnre JACK r1'YSON, K E . .... . . Bennettville, South Carolina C a rn :nerve Arch Club. ERlN UNDIERWOOD, K A. . . . ..... Uniontown, Alabama Aria' and Science MIl.l7RlElJ VANCE, K A ......... .Eufaula, Alabama Art: and Science EDWARD BRIESSIE VAUGHAN, fb l' A ..... . Mobile, Alabama Chrmiral Enginrvring Rho Alpha Tau, '27: Golf Squntlg Glue Club, '27, i JOHN M. VlNCEN'l'El.l.I, fl' A 9 .... . Montgomery, Alabama Commcru' PHILIP M. ANAGNHR, JR., E fl' E .... . Newark, New Jersey Engirzfrrifxy Junior Far-ultyg A. A. E., A. A. C. E. CLAIBOURNE WA1'KiNs XAVALKER, E A li . . . Little Rock, Arkansas Cllrmiml Enyinrcring MI5Rlilll'l'll 0'lQliENE VVARD . . . .... .Tuscaloosa, Alabama flrls and Scu'm:e JAMES AnNER VVA'1'1's, .II K fb . . . . . . . Luverne, Alabama Commerce "l'1'lHrsuH-Whitt-" Stuff, '29p Ulllr-r-rsi' lflubg Svnlvlx:u'cl :intl Rlznlu. SAMUEL ARCUIIZ WEAVER, fl- A 9 . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Art: and Scinnrc "A" Club: Football, '29. VVH.l,xAM HAWLEY WEEMS . ..... . . Ozark, Alabama Medmne 41 X HYMAN VVEINBERG, Z B T. . . . . .Osceola, Arkansas Com1lu'rc4' BERNARD WEINSTEIN, E A M ..... . Jasper, Alabama Cammerfe "Corolla" Staff. FANNYE VVENER, A fl' li .... . . . .Memphis, Tennessee Arla and Science Junlol' Faculty, XVoman's Pan-Hellenic, '28, '29, Keystone, '28g I-Ionor Roll, '29. . fffff.-if H Mi l X 5 4 f-, ., if Q'i,g'i.L3L9Aijt!9 f i 3, vffiieifleifi-23,esSfff 88 .--.I" ' '-.N w1"'rff.':.RW1 Ig -. A 'I - "???f, f X ,I 'Lf-L1 X , I lf will -I Nl-H . 'I Q3 .I lv? I LAI.Ll.fl.n.L'lI:ISlsai.lflt' OJiLi-.iA3.I.R ,fi ..- ,..f.l1jk6i 1:1 ,I I Junior Class FRANK SllEl,l.liY VVlll'I'li, A T S2 . . . . Birmingliznn, Alulmmu I'rv-I,afw "t,'oI'olln" Stuff. VIRGINIA VVlll'l'lC, ll li flf ...... .Birmingh:nn, Alabama Edumlion C'hl lloltu Phl: l'I Hnnnnzi Mn: Junior l1'au'ully: "f70rolln" Staff: filll'0llll0 Ilum, Clubg Eduq-gillgn Club: Y, XV, 41. A., Tl'1lllNl't3l' l'l'0lll .Bll'lllllH-Z'hlllll- EI.IzABI5'I'II VVILIIANRS. . . ANNA RUTII VVII,I.IAMs . Southern. ,4rI.f nm! Sl'iL'lH'L' Blzu-k1'I'I:II'S. lfdurafion 15I.o1sE PERKINS VVn.I.IAMs, Z 'I' A .... flrfs aml Scimzu' HUGH Ram Wn.I.IAMs, 0 K N ..... Lafw The Dons, Phi Alpha lbwllug 1'I'0Slfll'lll1 JosIAII ROUNTREH Wn.I.IAMs . . . . Prf-Lafw MoN'I' SnIfPARn VVll.l.lAMS, fl' l' A . . . Connmvrrr MARX' lfl.lZABE'l'll ANll,l.lS, Count-ll, '28, Y. NV Nl JACK IiRNr:s'I' VV1I.snIaR, A MARcARIs'I' lfl.lSli AVILSON, MARX' EI,IzAma'I'II Woon, Vnrsily li A l' A .... ,flrlr and Srirnrc t'IIlulm-t: ln-lmrnlo . 1, A. to ' Ill.4-" Stnl'l', '293 "l'oI'oll:L" SLIYI' fl' .A .... Co In lllt'l'CL' K A .... xlrl: and Srfirurc II A E K A ..... flrlx and Sfimzfz' WII.I,IAM I-lAI.I. VVRlGll'l', JR. ..... . EIxMoNn M. WYA'1"I', A X Ari: and ' Srirfxu' A ..... Com lllI'l'fL' A A A., A D.. ll, l' 0 A, A 'lf ll.. lx Honor Roll, '27, '28, '29p f,2llllflI'lllll.Il1'Q Y. M. Junior l"m'IIltyg "Corolla" Stull, '27, '28, '29Z Hounx-il: "RnImm-I'-JuniInez"' Staff: 1'h'o:-Iopliic-g "1lrlnison-White" Stuff, '27, '28, BIaA'I'RIcE AVIEAGHR Ifdrlfafiolz EI,IaANoR YOUNGlil.00Il, A X 12 ..... RU'I'I1 ZAIIM, Z 'I' X .'Ir1.r and Sfifllflf Glcc Uluh. In-Iolmll, '28, '29 . Col lllT1llllS, Mississippi . Lnverne, . Mobile, . . Kinston, Aliliifllnil Alllllfllllll Alillldlllll Junior Law Class. . Selma, . Birmingham, . liirminghum, Fllur- lllilprog '-10 "Io . Detroit, '30. . Russellville, . Mobile, VVest Blocton, . Huntsville, l'A OAK C' A l':IlrlIII-lg UOlllll'll'l'l'l! Club l'mI-llulloxnlr: Co "'ll' Blue Key. - I . .Akron, . Minter, Alabama AlzIh:Im:I Alnbnmzl "lfl'llllHOIl- Michigan Alzibnmzl Alubznna Alzlbamu Alabznna Enplmlnnsg 3 l-'nI'c-IIaIII- unvll, '28, Alznbrnnu Al:Ilm:nI1:I . Springlielcl, Ohio ...Q-, -ff Eduralion NEI.SON ZIvI'I'z, Z! A M .... . . . . Jznnuiczx, New York Mcdirinc A.B., Alubmnu, '29. . "N-. ' ' "" A' AL.AQ.f""--..'Q Y ".1f"i Q'xf I K V- .J V Tw., ,NL N! ,3,,i...,,. , Wy , . , V ml - V -D Y - .. ...ZF H, Vw. A I -1 ' 'A ,I I- .- I .gf ' ' 'f-C3155-3?J!?f4j4. 1, . P 'Y , . .. I- f 89 5 I 1 1, .1 Vi will gf f 1 sl. i 1 l 'x f - 1 f im ,l 1 ,- ,v 'l ,ix sf Y' .I 1 . 1 Nl :ffl 1 4 ,fel l qw ' v lf' ' ,,, 4-S ., .. 1 f 1, .7 f ffl X gig.fringe"-4-4Y"f"f"""""h A' . , R ' . , J , 8 ' gr A if pg-PMf'Tl THE i 930 ,con LLA mff B ' Wai iliuli ' K! W ,lv 1 "1 1 fi ,,,, ,, ,,,, ,, ..,, It 'f'f1+1ff" if -.-.. 1 l ,.... f """'-'N"""" im.. f. f ' 1' ,.,.,-" 'lknirwvf 1 'E' . will N Q- H 22211 Wf.r,..fm......,f , 'f,aQa"'9 ..,. P" ' . M li! 3 A lfj" :J ME fl ml if 4 0 55 .mv Alabama History 511 " , 1 fContinued from page 661 . April 17, 1831-The university opened its doors for the first time, with gl fifty-two pupils and five professors. Dr. Henry Tutwiler, the lirst ll man granted an A.lVI. degree from the University of Virginia, was 1, t jf professor of ancient languages. p Q 1 1831-The principal building was known as the Rotunda. It stood on J the resent site of the boulder. This buildin was the most ma - ' llllfj nificent in the state. 0 2f+QJ,l . , , A ii March 30, 1840-Due to continued riotin amon the students and eface- X y s s fi 21 ment of property, the university recessed for a month. . 3 T lv . . . . W if 1841-Pres1dent's mansion erected and first occupied by Rev. Basil Manly, iffy, D.D., then president of the university. l fl if fl A ril 2 1842-Due to riotin and boisterous conduct fort -ei ht of ei hr - 1 P , g , Y s s Y six students of the university were expelled. H573 A - '. . . . fi December 18, 1845-In a iinancial report the following IS found: "Paid Q"ii'fgri to E. Rial, for slave purchased, S700.00." I Q "ii,li i 1844--The Observator was erected under the su ervision of Dr. F. A. P. 5 - 3 Y P ,N lj,.E.,3l Barnard, later president of Columbia University. ll' Nlifillil ik ' Ill! January, 1846-The Law School established with Judge B. F. Porter as lx the sole professor. 1 li' fContinued on page 1142 li , is . U , g lie 5 1 i". li' ll vi 115-1 W l': ll lfff. ,..,,. . .,.., .W .... V... ,.....,..... J, .,..,.,..,,.,,,., .,,. , ,.,.. .,.,,,,, ..,,, , , f W ,... X wx ..... H4 ...qi : , D 4 V, A if gi V .,3iWj5xxxx. ' Q' 1 P" 1 ax i ii li 9 - -fa ., g a B-. ..-M unlvenswv or ALABAMA 7, -org asm-' r, 4: . Mr,-,,,, , . I , , H r r 90 . p i jFfI A--M-we .w M Z f Q """"F"1!mf , 5 E p Q 'C I IFN p -M m 5' I .num . Z 4 C 4 5 X' CZ M K N 'WCP Qilij A E Z r ' lla W Speak for me, pity me, open the doorg M beggar begs that never begged before. , Shakesp e-Richard II. SGPHGMGRES ' L' -ff' 1 .4.ff1':2Ili"',F: I , ,I . J' ,, Wai. ML .. 1' ! F. -, I. . f,-x,f .,,...,., , ,.-.-,..-.Lv,.,,,..,, ...fa .,a,..., V. I N.. ,,I ,..,, . ., I- fy . I . ,7, ,E 3, Q-.,d.gw lg V7 .4 U U, 'im IAQ ,Hue I, 1? 9.131?AC.irI,5-.iW'iS".A 9- 3 'f If I 1' I Sophomore Cllass DoR0'I'III' BLAIR AnAMs, K A ..... . Mobile, Alabama Comzlmrcc S2 GIzoIu:Ia H. Aman, A K IC ...... . Birrninghaxn, Alabama Commrrrzr Skulls: "liamllml'-JIUIIIIII-I'. ' - S'l'liVVAR'I' L. AIKEN, A T A . . . ....... Cleveland, Ohio firts and Safianu' Pmslrlolxt Sllpil0lll0l'0 f'l5I?-lf-ll ljllll'Hl'lll'Hl1' Poune-llg iFl'f'Slllllllll Baslcellmllg l4'I'I-I-IIIIIIILII BIISI-lmllg Vuralty Ba:-flu-lhzlllg "A" Ululr. josm-II ALCAKO . ...... . Newark, New jersey Pn--Mmlical CIIAIILIIS l-IAIIIQN AI.l.lDREDGIi, A A X . . . Montgomery, Alabama Pri-Lafw ll A X, 0 Q N l'IIhllslII-I' "XVlIIgc-d Mo:-Ismlgr-I'," '30, S0llllll'l'll District Councillor. FISIIHR W. ALLEN . . . . ..... Peachlancl, North Carolina Elrffriml Engmrrrxng A X 'l', 'I' A K JAMES BROWNING ALLIIN, A 2 III, 'I' A K . . . . Gadsden, Alabama A. I. IC. E.: North l'uI'ollIIII Ulub. Q- ' VIRGINIA MAE ALLISON . ...... . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama flrrs am! Science A 3 fb 'l'I'nIIst'I-r from Judson College. VVll.l.lAM JACKSON ALLEN, A 23 fl, . . . .... Gadsden, Alabama Commnrrc LouIsIa EUGHNIA Al,S'l'0N, X S2 ....... Tuscaloosa, Alabama Ari: and Srianu' "Corolla" Staff. Plil.llAM JoIIN ANnIaRsoN, fb A 9 . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Ari: and Scicnu- Al'1'il Uluhp Su:-I'otIII'y and '1'l'0!ISlll'0l' Frm-slIIImII fj0llllll0l'Cl' Svhool, '29. CARRQLL lIIakIIER'I' ANSLEY, 22 N . . . . . . .Amcricus, Georgia Ci-vi! Engimvfring Ar:-h Club. WILLIAM II. AKMBRliCll'I', JR., A 'l' 0 . . . . Mobile, Alabama .flrls and Science josIIIfII MINUS AIITIIUR. jk. ...... . Epes, Alabama Pre-Medical I,llYl.l.lS-MARIE AR'l'llUR . . . . ..... Lowville, New York .flrls and Scwnca Blnr:kfI'laIrs. IIHNKI' ERNEST ASKIN, II K -If ..... Alexander City, Alabama Prr-Mrrliml 'II ll ll I'I'u-Modlf-ul Cluh. DoI1o'I'IIx' LYNDON A'I'IcINs, A I' A . . . . . Birmingharn, Alabama S? Y. XV. 17. A. Cnhlrivl, '30g Dolvgnto to Blue Rlrlm-, '29: "Corolla" Staff. MliR'l'ON jlissn AUs'I'IN, fl' E K ..... .Orlando, Florida nhl: and Sficnra 'Aillllllllll'l'-Jfl.lllllll'l"' Stuff, "CoI'ollIL" Staff. DOR0'l'llY LOUISE liAcII'I'IaI., A A A ..... Tuscaloosa, Alabama flrtx and Srianu' TI L. RUSH BAILEY . . . . - . . . - . . South Bend, Indiana Pre-Dental TI'nnsl'oI' from Notre Dame. , .,Q.,,..,,N...., ...,,,,. - nfl... ,,,,g, ,M , , 'f' wipglil 'i"1I" L." Y 4' ca' I li"-'Q 3 'IQ ?f',ffgA'?:ZJ XJ5 Y' f 1 fwf ,111 jf ,..., 1. 4. 4 ,:.,:L M . ,, .,, i, . 5,,,,4f er -. ,. .., ,,,, , .,,, , L, ,... ,,..,. ...,,, -,,,-, ,,,, WW.. ,,.. . ,.. W ... .. .......,..-.- 1 Ag -MRLLI, 92 , . .- 'nr,':w-'1-w. -rw . Qi, . nl .4 3, ..,,,,a, 1, 0 5,3 H ,g 1' f N --all 5' fl LM- Af' jf..Q Sophomore Class - 4 ...la .1.,,... W- -,,..,,,- if ' x ,.-, ,X ' lf' .1,.' Rum Arlmr Hman ...... . . T1 Alabama flrls and Sflfllfl' IN O Bains, R 0 K. . . . . . .lInntsville, Alabama lfzzgzrnwrnzgf FUOINI Bainnua, jk, ' TI. . . . . .Montgomery, Alabama Lafw mwfm l'rnn1 Enmry Ilnivor:-iity. Vxciok llnmnu Bmmao . . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Pre-Lafw VVIIIIAM C Bakmk, ' . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama ' Law ll' A A 41 Vlulrg fililllbiifllll' Fluh. Amis Bmwmm BARIIIID l 12 'II . . .Talladega, Alabama Lafw x mollu ull' 27 '8 203 "f'x'l1ne-mn and XVl1Hv." '27, '28, '29g Golf nun hannns Jzunmc-r," '28, '29g l'l'1--Iauv Ulnb, '28, '29, Alabama Wnrmm Arson BARNII1, 6 X. . . Lafw l1lll0l 'lllllli M unagu 27 'sl-mu-txn'y Hu-nlnr Ulnss, '29, A.'R.. '29: "Um-alla" St:xl'I', '2ll. WIIIAM VVIICHSH BMIIY, A T A. . . Ari: and Srirrzrc . . . . . .Montgomery flrls and Sfifllft' ll CHARI rs Ixixxon BIAUCHAMP, fl' I' A . . . . Xlrl: and Srirnrn Hl'ulcI'rlxLl's1 Raton Uluh. AM AHIN BIHRMAN, ' K Bl .... Prr-M1'di ral E1fIllYlfi0Il his and Scifnre Blau-k frl:u':-1. I'lly.vifaI Iifiuralion A .... . Mrdiral 1 M10 1 uh x lill Suu-lvtyg Ilan-lie'-lm' Co Ill nmrfe 'ul Irlnrsg l'0llllll1'l'l'l' I'luh AMLS Lfoknox BINAIII K X A . . . Co m in vrrf Eflumiion xrolina- Hunt I'lnb, . . . . . . .l5irminp1,bam, 'Iris and Surzzvzf Edumlion 1'11lllf'!'lll0ll Club. . Stephenville, Texas Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama I.a Verne, California Newark, New Jersey ol' Sf-Ir-in-Q ln Ma-dh-Inv. Fort VVayne, lndiana Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama ,:'l.l1'g -.- . Q F - V nl .anim 1 f-1-.jlw ! ,l ffl 1.1 1 1 1 1,1 ,.,-H 1,12 11:13 W., ' 1 Nfl. X , 1 fl' 9 , 1 ,, .1 ' 11 1 1.111 5:1 .Tv iw 1 N l ' K .N 1 a,', ., U, E31 ug, 11. 1 , I-31A 1, 1 , Lyliff? ,- ..,. 1 1 1 1 , .fi 'J '1 1,1 Iliff N lL 1 ' 'fqkflz.-fcfff:Wf'tf'ii-"1.fzf. .,',., - xx,.,! -4...'. ,f- .mr MH- I-rn,-,MN Sophomore Class IRVING BERMAN, E S2 KI' ..... . . . Engzneurzng JULIAN M11.1,ER BERMAN, K N . . . . . New Haven, Connecticut . Atlanta, Georgia Pre-Medical I'Iu,'1'oN V1aRNn BLOUN1' . .... . Chatom, Alabama Lafw THOMAS MORAN BOND . ..... . . -Ensley, Alabama Commcrrc VVILLIAM FR1an11R1cK BOWERS, Ab K 22 . . . . Duquesne, Pennsylvania Civil Ellfli1ll?l'I'illg lllllVl'l'Sll.y linnml, '2Sg Briton Club, '28, '29. l'IARs11N II. BRADSHAW, -lf K E ..... Xlrlx and Science l-IOwARnKn.cOR1a BRAKlil"llil.D. . . . . Connncra' GEORGE VV. BRANNON, JR., A T A .... fI.B. . . Vinton, Louisiana . Carbon I-Iill, Alabama . . Jackson, Mississippi film-0 cfluhg Hill:-urs Club. En fiACllli'l' BRANc11, fb A 6 ..... Co m m mu' JACK l3RAZEl.'l'ON, A 'lf 0 . . . . . . Commerce MAGNUS G, BRINKMAN, Z2 fb E . . . Commerce KTA . Montgomery, Alabama . Birmingham, Alabama . Sheboygan, Wisconsin Gln-O rfluh, '29. T103 Rnnil, '28, '29, '30, Avro Gluhg Commorco Clubg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '29. FRANK BROADWAY, E X . ..... . ' Lafw . Montgomery, Alabama Editor "Cn-lxnsnn nnd 'Whitef' jA1v111s VV. BRO'l'llIiR'l'0N, II K A .... Prc-Lafw fiEORGlZ SUMMERS BROWN, E X ..... . Jasper, Alabama . Birmingham, Alabama f, . . In 'T1 f. 1 1? fa 1',,, '1 1 1 .I L i :..i ll 1I,.1 ,1. 11 Q1-.1 llifil 21 22,11 1- ,-' 1l'l 1 1 !,,1 A 1 K 1 l H 1., 1'Z FH liqflll 1' 1' I l 1 i 1 ig V 1?S,fl1 l ' A 'wal I rf ,z 1 15051 1,f"ig i l , A 1 1 fl wx 1 1 Y All iliffy li ff: l 1 .QU ll ' 1 1 5, 111 E km. tif 1 ME' 1 71'lJ ' 1 51" li l "W 1' 1 fJ X Y Tia? lfi :Q ,Q . X T1 1 ' in hi Sl 11 L- Rh 1l.i.:1 fi -:N , I A E. 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CALDWELL, A X ...... . . Adamsville, Alabama Commerce . ...... West Palm Beach, Florida Mechanical Engineering American Assnulntlon of Engineers. GEORGE S. CAMPBELL . SARA CAMPBELL .......,... - .York, Alabama AB Carolyn Hunt, Club. HOWARD HOI,'l' CARLE, A T Q ....... Birmingham, Alabama Chemical Engineering . Toledo, Ohio JACQUELIN WORTI-I CARIAENTER, A EI A . . . Ari: and Science HARRY L. CARROLL, II K fl' ..... . Slocumb, Alabama Commerce A E II Fresh mon Basketball Team. NORWOOD L. CARROLL, X III' ...... . . Mobile, Alabama Commerce A K Xl' JAMES DIAI. CARTER . . . .... . . . . Munford, Alabama Laiw Scabbnrd and Blade: Captnln-Adjutant First Battalion R. O. T. C.: Cirru- lntlon Manager "Crimson and White," '27. Arch Club: Honor Roll. '29 EVELYN MARIE CARY, A A A . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama A B JOE COSMO CATANZANO, A 'II A . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Commerce "Corolla" Stuff. VIRGINIA YOUNG CHAPMAN, X Q . . .Ripley, Tennessee JOHN NORVILLE CIIATFIELD . . . L . . - .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Chemical Engineering Honor Roll, '29, . . . . .Decatur, Alabama MARGARET CIIENAULT . ..... - Arts and Science French Club, Club 400. A. BRADSHAW CHIsIIoI.M, A K E . . . . . Brockton, Massachusetts Art: and Science 'll II E Honor Roll: "Il!l.!IlIT'lf'l'-JH.lTlh'lGI"' Stuff. ONOI-Io ICHRIs'rIAN, K A ..... Northport, Alabama ELIZABETH D Arts and Science KERMI1' CLAY COBERN, T 0 X .... . . Maplesville, Alabama Arts and Science NATAl.lE COLEMAN, 'K A ....... . Uniontown, Alabama .4 .I?. Tl ' A l Qll?ll,lQVE'Ri l1YiOF Aunn nw 95 . ,,- ,, -,f' " 'Trim A A "'-'fr ' ima ,W , , ..,, ,.,- .W-AQ-S MGl'gw. aff. -A 1, I-I, ,Q i 'fr , . 5.,y-fXf-vf'P- .,., I . . ' A I A I " "4-f-I" ' "4-- T'.gf.,51,fa1Cjgf,-3 K ,ami fi:-., 'i 0 . , .1ww,al,VA Xlii:i,iQr!TQi!j2,,,1,, 4f,,,,.fg, ' A Qi .5 l lv.ii gl i l Sophomore Cllass I , , y a i ' Loulslc VAN-HOOD CoI.I.IIaR, K A . . . . .Tnscaloosa, Alabama fI.B. Q l film- Ulubg Hlxu-lcI'I'lnx'e1: l'l-I-sl4lvxit l"l'1'3-llllllilll Ninas: Y. XV. f'. A.: 'Down gl Ht'lII'I'Ht'lIIIlllVI' Y. W. f'. A.: l'IIlIu-:Illon I'luli. lf, I M, 5 'FIIOMAS LANNO Cook, A K E . . . . . Mobile, Alabama ll III llho Alpha 'l'uu, '29, K B fl' gf Ar:-h Club, i':Xl'hl'LlU.fl' Ilopnrtlm-III "Hamnil-r-J:nnInor," '30, "Corolla" llffll Hoawxl, '30, l"I'I-slilmui linac-ball Squad. il-ill ilfl BERNARD VV. Coovlck, ZZ N . . . . . . .Brewton, Alabama l,,,.,, C0111 lll!'l'l'L' Enfl f Skulls. l llirll C. DAN CO'l"I'INGllAM, A X . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama ,fl-',f,l',j fl.B. I, ji yiJiii,J JACK CoUR'I'Nm', 0 'IW S2 . ..... . Mobile, Alabama l.i','xa Cammcrrf gif ,T ,ft K ,ll I Ulf? . RIENA Cox, A A A . .... . Selma, Alabama ,Ifl1,3'l f1.B. il lg f V - ki:--V-X VVILLIAM F. R. Cox, A lx A ..... . . Elizabeth, New jersey wily Pre-Mndzml ' T'l'1'-Blvd clan, .Im-ii.-Ii c-nm, ll! lily? ,, LOUIS JOSIZPII GRACO, 'II' 9 X . . . . . . Irvington, New jersey 1 mf l'rn-Drnlzzl ,, I. K" ,, . . . lol I. CI,AInoRNIe CRIQASY, A T I2 .... . . Gretna, Virginia L: Crm1mz'rz'c jf 'Qi Arvh Club. l ,. , IV I Jon Cklilil., II lx A . . . . . .... .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Ii-,Q Pre-Lafw lk 'Qu l'I'I-sliln-Int 1'rv-Lnw Club: Exvulslm' Lltemry Sovlety. li, ,ix I lil, I I.UcII.I.Iz CAI.vIik'I' Caosnv, K K I' . . . Mobile, Alabama ,IN All jzlal, I' lv . ..IIE I. Ckoss, . . . . . . . . Entaw, Alabama fi lfducalmn lgl MAkJoIula I'IIaI.IaN Caoss, A X S2 .... . . Crowley, Louisiana flrls am! Sfizvlrzf Ofjflw I ' ' l , Wgn., XNILLIAM DAvIn CaUMnI.Iav, -Ir I' A . . . Marietta, Georgia ifffl Co In m arte .1 Hifi 'V : I . lf' 'N CUl.BliR'l' C. C'RU'l'CllIik, jk., E A IC . . . . . Mobile, Alabama RN,lf,l,l, , ' 1 Com mfrrr ,I i, jf Skulls. I ll fl MARX' EMMA CUl.BRli'l'll, Z 'l' A ...... Fort Deposit, Alabama .flrls am! Sriwmr lf If' ' ,V Goanox AIl0l.Pll CUMIIAA . ....... . Girard, Alabama -K .flrls am! St'll'IIl'l' ll- l, Dnnil, '29, 'Zlllp Iliflv 'l'I-am, Boxing 'l'c-nun, Ex:-elalor. lil JHVVIEI. MAH DAI-'IfIN, X I2 .... . . Panama City, Florida .4.I!. lfl lil-1 A. RICIIAIIII DADDARIO . ........ . Newark, New Jersey Prf'-Mmlzml . . l' ALVIN S'I'liliI.li DAVIDSON, II K fl' .... . Tuscaloosa, Alabama fy !l.B. Q Clow Vllllig ''f'rlmson-Whllv" Stuff. ,wi . tl ii! l 1 lik A ,- -.,..---.A--.- A A V , -. V. psf- .,4a.,,F , , , . , , , , lm- . A ..., .ffffwili -'.f"'-1-c'.j'w,4x ,-'-bf- Slfi ' 1 f' 3 Q, . , 5. ' .' . gf? , . , -1 ,f'?"'-Q""' mf- dogg .u.uIv,Ensmr QEAALABAMA, fain. , r . . ,....... .. ...,.xx::3,'.y. N ally.. . H , ,UMW W,-,,m,mww-M-mn-AQ 96 ' N Sophomore Class LAWRENCE HENRY DAvIs .... . . - JHSPCT, Alflbllma Commerce E1,rZ,ImE'm DAy , , ..... . Montgomery, Alabama Commerce X 9 Commerm-e Club, '28, '29, '30: Contemporary Debating Club, '28, '29: "Co- rolla" Staff, '30: Crimson and NVhlte" Stuff, '29, '30: Ser-relnry and' Trrns- urer Sophomore Commerce Class, '29, '30: Girls' Basketball Tcum. 23. '29. LILLIE MAli DEAN, A X Q. ..... I . . . Birmingham, Alabama Arls and Science MONK DEBARDELAEN, II K 111 . .... . Wetumpka, Alabama Pre-Lafw , Fl'6SlIlIlRH Baseball: Pre-Law Club: "Corolla" Stuff. LESLIE DEE, JR., X fb . ...... . Birmingham, Alabama Commerce A K NI' Skulls. MICHAEL DEL CoI.LIANo ..... n. . . jersey City, New Jersey Pre-Medical NICHOLAR PAUL DEL GA'I"1'o, :fb 9 X . . . New York, New York Pre-Medical EDWARD DE LUCA . ...... . Montclair, New Jersey - Engineering JAMES WILKINSON DEWEERRY, .A T Q . . . Birmingham, Alabama Commerce Freshman Track Team: President Commerce Sophomore Class. MINNIE BEATRICE DIER . . ..... . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Education Y. W. C. A. PAUL DIMENSTIEN, K N .... . . . .Camp-Hill, Alabama Pre-Dental CLIFTON EARI. DODGE, A E fl- . . .,.... Tuscaloosa, Alabama Commerce Band: Baton Club: Commerce Club. JOHN S'I'. CLAIR DoNovAN, 'KP 1' A . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Commerce Golf Squad. GEORGE BEN DOYLE . . . . . . . Rochester, New York Commerce WILLIAM FRANKLIN DRUMMOND, A T A . . . Birmingham, Alabama Pre-Medical ADDISON PEAIRs DRUMMOND, A T A . . . . Bonifay, Florida Freshman Lafw A E H, A A 22 SI-abbard and Blade: Cotllllml Club Committee: Exec-utlve Committee Forensic Council: Major R. O.. T. C.: l-lonor Roll, '27, '28: Ofilcers Club: S, A. M. E.: Gate Club: Quo Vadls. CHARLES RICHARD DUGINS, E X . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Rho Alpha Tnu, '29. G. RAYMOND DUNSEITH . . . . . . . Leesburg, Ohio Education ADOLPH JOSEPH EAGLE, E A M .... . Montgomery, Alabama Commerce GLADYS EATMAN . . . . .. . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Education fQQ1f . I "ai, lr 97 . ,.,, . ,,. ,,,..,, .,., , ,x ,, ,.. .1, ,H I, Cv., A1 Sophomore Class Pmmp ECKIEI, , ......... Newark, New Jersey Pre-Denial KERMl'l' C. EDWARDS . .... . Gadsden, Alabama Iiafw WlNS'I'0N A. EDWARDS . ....... . Butler, Alabama I-'re-Medical 'l'll0MAS 'l'Al,ll0'l' ELLIS, E X ....... Birmingham, Alabama Lafw Rlu1'kI'rlurs: "Crimson and XVhlte" Staff. Cx' EMERY, II K A ........... Greybull, Wyoming .flifronauiiral Engineering SACK GORDON ENGIJIBERT, E lb E . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Pre-M cd i cal fl' B Il I.oRnNE E'l'llRlDGE . .... . . . . . . Uniontown, Alabama A.B. Representative on NVomon's Council. CRooM MAURICE l7AlRCI,0'l'H, E 111 E . . . . Clinton, North Carolina Cifvil Engineering EDVVARD WENDELIN FEIRER . . . . . . . Union City, New jersey Pre-Mfdiral RODRRT B. FIRESTONE, 112 K E . . . . Cincinnati, Ohio A.B. Al.S'l'0N Furs, ll, A K E ......... Tuscaloosa, Alabama Art: and Science Rom2R'1' HAROLD FLEMING, K 22 ...... . Pensacola, Florida Art: and Science Football, '29g Track, '29. MAX BIB!! FOLMAR . ..... . Luverne, Alabama Commerce NAOMI l'l0I,I.AND FOREMAN, B III .... . Mobile, Alabama Commerce X 9 Connnurc-e Club. WD.LxAM LHROY FoRsY1'u . . . . ..... Hartford, Connecticut Mzmng Engxrzfertng Mlnlng und Metallurgical Sow-loty. DANIEL Louis FoR'rr, -fl' 9 X ...... . Orange, New Jersey Pre-Medical SAMUEL AN'rnoNx' FoR'rsoN, JR., E A E . . Augusta, Georgia Commerre Rho Alphu Tau, '29. 1"n-slrlvnt I-'rushmnn Clue-1:-1, S1-hool of Commorr-0, '29, Golf Team, '30, JOHN ALWYN Fosmsr, T S2 X . . . . Maplesville, Alabama Lafw RomzR'1' L. Fox, E A E . - . - . . . . Monrovia, California Commerce Arch Club. CHARLES M. FRANKLIN, E N . . . . . . Union Springs, Alabama Pre-Medzral ' fQIQ QQ , ,,,, 'LI lf 'N W7 '. Dire, . T7 .- I , , , fji, ,1ejj,w!,4,,j tv. wk, L Mi , ,,A1,,rV ,gum ,ff-1115 , if ,,y'f.::fg-A721112-V, , f 1 fr vm H11 vi "7"f,ai'i1,j'f,-A.'llVf-My fr'-4' '7' f 'C 73' '12 "ef--" r A x.-,a'.w'1-Imf,,ux,:m,rwm,..1:Jw L-r..frrv f, w.-f--v. e yi. nrt, ,'y1,.-i1,..4,,-J May! L ,.. ' ' f .,,, , ,....,,- ..-A fs.. . .-M-..,-W-f Vial Nyagy 98 TN f ggi11QiQ,,i7IQQIT"'i"i f'A'i'J.I,li,iILg''f1g,:1,iigg:ig:1gg'y,,a: X 1.-Lx emit C l -'P-V figieriinxit-" by ,fx 9 f E' l 4 E 'Lf 1 'rim f- f X ni lillliiifagelclLf,f:,AQ!eL.,L:1:"ei ipiEirr,,f,l1sa 'fig' I ' Sophomore Class JAMES ALBERT FROWEN , . ..... Pleasant Unity, Pennsylvania Education RonER'r ALLEN FULTON, dw K 2 ...... Duquesne, Pennsylvania Pre-Medical fl- X Alnbnnm Quadrangle. PHILIP J. GALANTI, 112 9 X ......... Lodi, New jersey Cifuil Engineering FRANK B. GARRE'I"l', 2 A E ....... Montgomery, Alabama Electrical Engineering BERNARD GAUsE, II K fb ....... . . Selma, Alabama Commerce A K 'P "Crimson and White" Stnff. CHARLES GERVASI, fb 9 X ........ New York, New York Pre-M ed i cal BORDEN EUGENE GEWIN, T K2 X ...... Tuscaloosa, Alabama Chemical Engineering LAWRENCE WOLFF GIDWITZ . . . . . . . . . . Chicago, Illinois Arts and Science Pre-Law Club: Freshman Tennis, Basketball, '29. ROY H, Gonwm , ...... . . Selma, Alabama Commerce CHARLES GREEK GOEE, A X A ...... Birmingham, Alabama Engineering Rho Alpha Tau, '28. SAM GORDON, K N . .......... Birmingham, Alabama Art: and Science HOWARD WEBSTER GRAY, JR. ...... - Town Creek, Alabama Commerce BETTY JANE GREGORY . . . . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Education Home Economics Club. CLARA GRIFFIN, A Z. . . . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Education ' II KENNE'l'l'l 1. GRlFFl'l'H, K E . . . '. . . . . Cullman, Alabama Law Queen ol' St. yat's Day, '30. ROBERT LELAND GRIFFITII, 2 'If E .... . . Sheflield, Alabama Pre-Medical X 4-nn Pre-Mod Club: llonor Roll, Erosophlcg Assistant ln Zoology: "Corolla" Staff, '30, MARGARE1' RICE GUN1'ER, A 1' A ...... Shelbyville, Tennessee 56 Arts and Science fl JOSEPH NORMAN GUY, 2 X ....... Montgomery, Alabama Pre-Medical MARIE LOUISE HAGl.ER, X Q . . . . . . . . Northport, Alabama Arts and Science Pro-Low Club, Y. VV. C, A. LAWRENCE A- HAT-E - - - - . . . . . . .Franklin, Louisiana Engineering H h,f'l!'1:'--. ,.., .4'f"1Nf'If"'I,i-lf""lILIIQIM- Tmff-lfllffffffz, . T wer 'f"..'i71f. w ff- ' 'V'-"-"f"w E - ff. Mfr 1'-'Il ' si A L, ,,,,ief,iP3,9,1Qfr,5,?gl,r,3i,,i5,,li,,ii'3,r,?P M351 P rm 1 sam ,ff kv, ,,N- 1,-Y k ,,wA WVQ, , ,,, ,,-,..,., ....v. ..,. ..-..-...,.-----.....--vm....--M 4 99 Sophomore Cllass llOwARD CHARLES HALL, 'lf A 0 . . . . . . Brookville, Indiana Arts and Science Rho Alpha Tau, '29, SARA Louxsis HALL . ......... Tuscaloosa, Alabama Education ROY ERNEST HAMPTON . ..... I. . . Bessemer, Alabama Engineering GUY I-IARDWICR, H K A ....... . Hartford, Alabama Commerce JOSEPH FRANK I-IARR1s ......... . Cuba, Alabama Ari: and Science FLOYD HUNTER HARROWER, K 22 ...... Muskogee, Oklahoma Arts and Science Key Ice. RALPH S. HAWKINS . . . ..... .Raleigh, Mississippi Pre-Medical Pre-Med Club. HENRY JOHN I'IAWK ...... .... R eading, Pennsylvania Mining Engineering SUZANNE HAUGI-l'l'0N, Z T A ....... Birmingham, Alabama flrls and Science CAROLYN WADE HEAD, A 1' A ..... . Troy, Alabama Ari: and Science n WILLIE OWEN HEATH .......... Birmingham, Alabama Chemical Engineering MARGARET GEORGXANA PIELSER, K K 1' . . . . Mobile, Alabama Alrls and Science HELEN l'IENlS . ...... New York City, New York Pre-Lafw FRANCES KEYs HENSON, K A ....... Cartersville, Georgia Ari: and Science 9 Bluvlcl'r'lux's. CAMILLA HERDMAN, A 1' A . ..... Bowling Green, Kentucky Arts and Science Sophia Newcomb. ROBERT EARL HEREFORD ..... - . . . . Gurley, Alabama Electrical Engineering fl' II E S. A. M. E.: llollor Roll. '29: Tau 130111 1'i Award to SUllhUI1l0l'l'i A. I. E. E. THOMAS ALEERT HEREFORD ........ New Market, Alabama Chemical Engineering Fm-silinlnn Y. M. U. A. Ifnblnut, '29, Honor Roll. '28, '29, View-l'1'i-slili-in Sophomore Class, '29, '30. FRANK T. HERLONG, 22 N ....... . Greenville, Alabama Pre-Lafw Rho Alpha Tau, '29, Key IL-cg Glee Club, '29, '30, YIERMAN HUTTO . . . ..... . . . Ariton, Alabama Pre-Medical 1'1'u-Muilicul Club. JAMES M. I'IliRNDON, T Q X . . . . . . . . . Savannah, Georgia .flifronaulical Engineering K 1' A El.lZABli'l'H DUNLAP l'IES'l'ER, K B .... . Boligee, Alabama .flrlr and Science IOO f' 'gy . ,J I f I Sophomore Class MARY ANN I'IlES'l'l5R, A Z ........ . Leesburg, Florida Art: and Science HARRY J. I-IEwI1'r, fl, E K ....... Sioux Falls, South Dakota Commerce "Corolla" Board. '29, l"rr'slInIn.rI llouor Roll. '28, '29, Fnnvlug Team, '28, '29, 's0. B. WILLIAM I'IEI's, A T Q. . . . . .Americus, Georgia Pre-La-w Skulls. REBECCA AI.IsoN Hll,l., K A . . . VVashington, District of Columbia Educaiion -I'I-tnrv: Home Er-oIIomlI-s Pluhg Sll'l'Lff0l'll LilI:I'a.I'y Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet Ser , Club, French Club. . . . . . . .TIIscaloosa,Alahama GRACE I-IIN'roN . . Education . . . . . . . .Brooklyn, New York Commvrrr '29, XVIIrrl-Sl.:-nI'I1o Svl1olarslIlp, '29. SIGMUND HIRSCH . . Honor Roll. CA'l'l'IliRlNE IIOEMEISTER, X S2 ....... Little Rock, Arkansas Ari: and Scicnee Il "r'ornIIn" sniff. Bll.l,lE I'loI.LANII, .H K A ...... .Abbeville-, Alabama Pr:-Lafw l'ro-Law Club, l+lxm-lslor' llllorary Sm-li-ty. MORRIS KIENNIEIDY HOLLIS . ..... . VVinfield, Alabama Comffxrrcf FLOIE HOWELL, Z T A . . . . . ..... Panama City, Florida Arls and Sczcnee VVALLACE joIIN HOWELL . .,...... Bradford, New York Xlrls and Srmncr Prvsldmlt Pre-Med Club. J. R. ELLIS HOUSTON, IR., 'I' E K . . . . Bessemer, Alabama Pre-Lafw Fl'0Slllll!!ll Football, Varsity Football MARTIN EDGAR IIoUs'mN . ...... .Oxford, Alabama Chcmislry El.lZAllli'l'll IIUREARII, I3 fb. . .... . . .Ve-rbena, Alabama .f1rf.o amz' Scienre Edu:-IItloII Club, Club 400. FREDERICK EARL HUIIER . ....... Williamsville, New York Enguurrrrng PI'I-slcloIIl, SODh0lll0I'l! EIII:lIIoorlIIg Flassp Honor Roll, '29. CIIARIJESA I'IUIfNAc:I.E, E X . . . ...... Evansville, Indiana Commerce FI'oHl1IIIn,II Football, TFl'l'Hlll!lIIll Ilusoball. THOMAS J. lIus'I'0N . ........ Xklcstfield, New Jersey ' Commcrrc l'IIoEnE llUxFoRn, li K I' ....... . Mobile, Alabama flrlr and S1'irnrr R0llER'l' LU'l'l'lHR INGAl.l.S, fl' A 9 . . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Conrnmru' EXl5l!lHlUl': lCl'OH01llllf', '29. CHARLES El4l4l0'I'l' IRVINE . . . , . Meridian, Mississippi Lww WILLIAM R0l3l5R'l' IRWIN, E X ...... . Chicago, Illinois Arts' and Science ,-, gp. v , f .-4,-V..-N IOI 3 . 1 A , . .6 ,x,, ,, .,., S ,, , N,,f' ,T R , . .5 ,I f. EEE .H , ig, KG. f' 1" '. i.iQ.iQ,1iiff.i,,li 'i".Qp,f3 'E Sophomore Class MEl,VlN ISRAEL, K N ........ . Tuscaloosa, Pre-Lafw Pro-Law Clubg "Crimson-NVhlt.e" Staff, '28, ICATIIERINE Ivv, A 1' A ......... Birmingham, Ilrts and Science S2 IE. CLINTON JACKSON, A E fb ..... . . Fayette, Pre-Medical JAMES THEODORE JACKSON, II K fb ...... Ashford, Lafw 2'Tl.llTl'9,lIK'I'.lTAA Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Chairman Honor System Cnmmlttne for National Sturlunt Fcderatlong Honor Roll: B. S. U. Council, Philonxathlc. MAX CAMPBELL JACKSON . ..... . . Notasulga, Education JOHNIE WEBSTER JAMES . .... . . . .TuscalooSa, Metallurgical Engineering MAEEL LOUISE JEEEERIES. . . . . . - . .Citronelle, Arts and Science DAN S. JERNIGAN, K Z . . . . . . . . . . Andalusia, Lafw Key Ice. Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama GEORGE I-IOWARO JILER ......... Bridgeport, Connecticut Arts. and Science ARTHUR NORMAN JOHNSON, 112 E K . . . . Worcester, Massachusetts Commerce JACK HENRY JOHNSON . . - - .... . .Bi-ooklyn, New York Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E. ORMONO WATSON JOHNSON, JR., eh K 2 . . . Lynchburg Commerce Frcnhinnn Football Mnnngur, '281 Assistant Business Manager Assistant Business Manager "Corolla", Treasurer of "A" CHARLES A. I.. JOHNSTONE, JR., 'fb A 9 . . . Mobile, Pre-Lafw fb H 22 Ilonm' Roll, '20g Pre-Luw Club: "Corolla" Staffg Stratford EDITII AMELTA JOHNSTON, K A . . . . . . . . Mobile, flrls. and Science MACK H. JOLLY, T Q X ....... . Tallassee, Commerce A E 'I' CADWALLADER JONES, JR., .A T U . . . . . Birmingham, Arts and Science Skulls: "Ranm1cr-Jammer" Staff. DAVID MARCELLE JONES, A T Q . . . . . . Birmingham, Commerce Arch Club. JAMES H. JONES . .... . . Highland Home, Commerce JOHN EDWARD JONES . . . . . . . Mobile, Pre-Lafw MARGERY GOODMAN JONES, K A . . . . . . Cumberland, Education PRESTON FRANCIS JONES . . . . . . Mobile, Lafw T rf r v ir'1::'R'5f,Q f .. 1. . 4 ..: F. fam T, 11-A , A-""".1sfH T , wg-- :ff A' 'ef'T-Eiifii6ffgsgizfiiaiffgizie-151:ii'ffvip,1ffi15t:t1:f XL:-,wvffvrf-A4225 A 102 , Virginia Athloticsg Club. Alabama Club. Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Maryland Alabama ,' N, . W .w-,- - I.-.V -f ,IA f --,Y ,- ,I X ,, -,1 , . , , I 11.1 I .vu ,I W I . I wry' fl ,'Iy3gr-:A i,-"R V ,.,, R. f A .. ,, .,.. . A. .. Sophomore Cllass ANDRE DANIEL KA'I'z, Z B T . . . . Hattiesburg, Mississippi Lafw A.B. Degree. RoY NORMAN KENDAl,I. . ........ . Auston, Louisiana Electrical Enginccrxng I'IAYNE KENIJRICK, K A ........ .LuverIIe, Alabama Pre-M cd i cal SOL JEROME KESSI.liR . . . . .... . Brooklyn, New York Pre-Medical EDWIN KIMBROUGII, A T Q ....... . Opelika, Alabama llrls and Science Gloo Club, FI-ue-IIIIIIIIII Bnslarztlmllg Varsity Basketball: "A" Club. MORGAN EDWARD KINCSBAKliR, Z li T . . South Pasadena, California Cmnnzcrcc ELWIN MONROE KINNEY, K 22 . . . . . CullmaII, Alabama Pre-Lafw JOHN MII.IfoRD KIRKUI-, A 21 fl' . . . . . . Long Island, New York Commerce Honor Roll, '29. 'g ISAIJORE Kl.lNKOWS'I'ElN . ...... . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Co Ill mcrcc CoIIImuI'co Club. ROBERT KA1'E KosowER . . . . ..... New York, New York Art: and Science "f'I'lIIIsOII-XVlIito," '28, '29, HII,DRE1'Il KREISMAN . . ...... . .Florence, Alabama Arts and Sczcncc RUDOLPII FRANK KRAssE, II' A Alf . . . . Yorkville, New York fl' X EMII. FERDINAND KIJMMER . .... . . -Brooklyn, New York Engznm-ring S0l'l'0l.!1l'y-Tl'UIlHUl'0l' S01'lhflIll0l'0 Ellgllll'0l'S Club. RACHEL BESSIE LAIzovI1'z . . . . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Educalzon KATPILEEN M. LOREI' . . ..... . . . . Buffalo, New York Educatzon Fl'0Sll!llHIl Y. XV. C. A. C'zIblIIIst, '28g ,EIlIIcntloII Club, '28, '29g CoIItuIII- 1IoI'aI'y Debating Club, '28, LoIs MARIE LANGEORD, X Q . . . . . . . Lakeland, Florida Arts and Science HAUcIHI'I'ON BEN LARKINS . .... . . . Elba, Alabama Pre-Lafw Pre-Law Club. WlI.BUR PAUL LAvIE'I'Es, 0 A T ..... New HaveII, Connecticut Ari: and Scicncc Band. WII.LlAM JAMES LEE, A E fir . .... . . Town Creek, Alabama Pre-Medzcal Pre-Med Club. JOHN DunOIs LELAND, K E . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Pre-Lafw Skulls. CLARICE LESTER . . . . . .... . Birmingham, Alabama Art: and Science Honor Council, '29. V -tx, Y X' imvhkdn WF,-:Mm,,,,.,A,,,-T3wa:,11?,ffM,If E. . , X, I If .,.- 4 - w XI . I :arm lA.mII'.ff'-I-lfxfmt I LA. ...e I .fx ,W A. ---- -- 103 Sophomore Class Louisa ETHELE LEVY, A KI' E ....... Birmingham, Alabama Physical Education DOROTHY TRILLY LEYMASTER, A X Q . . . Mobile, Alabama Education Louis LIEsITz . . . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Commerce Bluckfrlars. Fox LIGHTFOOT, 9 T Q. . . . . . . . . . .Troy, Alabama Commerce Commerce Club: "Crimson-XVhlte" Staff. LARRY A. LONG, A T 0. . . . . . . . . .Savannah, Georgia Pre-Lafw Glee Club, '29, '30g Blaclcfrlarsg "Cl'l!ll50!l-VVlllf,0"Q "Rammer-Jammer." I'IERl3ER'l' CAI.rIoUN IDRICK, JR., 111 A 9 . . Augusta, Georgia Commerce L0UIs AI.I.EN LOWENTTIAI. . . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Pre-Medical JACK W. LOWERY, JR., Z 'fb E . . . . . Mansfield,'Louisiana Commerce FI.oURNoY LovEI.AcE, Z N. . . . . . .Brewton, Alabama Lafw fb A 'lk P A T Skulls: Glee Cluhg Junior Prom Commlttcc. TIIoMAs BURTON Lovrarr, dv K E . . . . . . Monroeville, Alabama Electrical Engineering Glce Club. JANET LUSK, A Z . . . . . . . Pensacola, Florida Commerce II Wll.l,lAM AYERS LYMAN, 'fb I' A . . . . . . San Antonio, Texas Arts and Science AMELIA LYONS, A I' A. . . . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama Arts and Science SZ CLAUDE ELWOOD MACKEY, II K -If . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Commerce A K 'lf "Corolla"g "Rz1mmeI'-JammcI"'5 Commerro Club. S'l'lil.l.A EvIiI.YN MAI.I.ET'I'E, K A . . . . . . Jackson, Mississippi Arts and Science FPOIICII Club. JAIvIIzs DE VAI.sE MANNI, '9 X . . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama La-w A.B., Blrmlngham-Southern, '28: "RHHlm0l'-JILllllll0l"'Q Glec Club: Black- frlars. WILLIAM BLANCHARD MARRIOTT, fl' 'I' A . . . Uriah, Alabama Arts and Science' HARRY MARKSTEIN, Z B T ..... I . . . Birmingham, Alabama Arts and Science IRIS MAR'I'IN, A S A . ........ Birmingham, Alabama Commerce Mll4lJRED RosEMARY MARTIN . . . i. . . Sylacauga, Alabama Education Eflulldlillll Club, '20, '30g Bnsketlmll, '29g Bryce Sc:lIolursl1lp: Contemporary Debating Club: 400 Club. JOHN E. MASSEY' . . . . I .... . . . Killen, Alabama Vocational Education Secretary Sophomore Class. Aj, .,.. L I I , , A . fi .1 5,.Q- V g 104 4 X 'I"'1 A I L l..- . ,f,'m Ikvlgl ,IJ .-,QI I ,A, l . Sophomore Class THECLA MATSON, A A A .... . . . .Birmingham, Alabama Arts and Scznzcz' ll AII.I2nN MARY MAxwIsI.L, X SZ.. . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Ari: and Science ll Gloo Club: l7l'l3ll0ll Club. JAMES Jam-'IaRsoN MAvIfIIzI.D, A K E ..... Tuscaloosa, Alabama Art: and Science Bl1ll'lCl'l'l2ll'S, '30, "Raninit-I'-JIIIImIcI','' '30. VIRGINIA CORNELIA MAcLIzoD, A .A A . . . . Mobile, Alabama Education Tl Glcee Club: StI'I1t.l'oI'rl Ulubg DobntOI's Club: SL-c'rutaI'y IEl'O5l01lhll', '28, RUTH Sums MCCAl.l, . .... . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Commerce X O f?oII1IIwrI,-O Club. WlNS'l'0N BUsII MCCALL, A K E . . . . Mobile, Alabama Pre-Lafw fl' ll B l'loIIuI' Roll, "f!OI'olla." '29, '30: i'f'I'llllSOIl-Xvllltl"': Pro-Law Uluhg Frosh- nIaII Baselmll Nlllllill-1'l'l'Q MlllllllHIOI'-Jl'Lll'll'l'lOl'." IANTIIIE FLORS MCCANNON . . . . . .lla, Georgia Educaiwzz iBlI'l.1'lCl'l'lTlI'S. PAUL PlE'l"l'Y MCCULLOUGII . . . . . . . Town Creek, Alabama Comnmrcf WILLIAM FRANCIS McDoNNIsI.I., A K E . . Mobile, Alabama Lafw fl' A 'I' JosEPIIINIa MCGUIRE . . ........ Tuscaloosa, Alabama Ari: and Sfzenre "lianlmor-JumnIur,'' '28, '29. WILLIAM RomzR'I' MClN'l'0Sll . ........ Red Bay, Alabama Art: and Science 'lf B ll Pl'lW-Ml'll Cflubg "li0l'0llll.," '30, CLARENCE RAYMOND MCLIENDDN .... . . Pike Road, Alabama COIIIIIILTCL' WILLIAM PAUL McLURIz . .... . .Troy, Alabama Educanon DOUGLAS CAMPIIIaI.I. McMUI.I.IzN, II' 1' A . . Schenectady, New York Pre-Lafw Blzu-kfvl urs. JOI-IN CIIARLHS MCREE, A X .... Lafw fl' A A . Greenville, Alabama TI'lll'ISfCl' from lloward Cnlli-gc. GRACE MEAIJOW . ......... Mount Vernon, New York Arts and Science MARION MI5IfIfER'I', K A . . .,.. Commfru' MARION MCCALI. MncA'I'III.IN, A K E C o Ill In era' VoNcII,Iz CAROLYN MIa'I'cAI.If . . . . . Ocala, Florida . Miami, Florida . . . Hartford, AlHl71llllll Education Glue Uluhg I':IlLll'lll.l0ll Club, -100 i'lubg l-Ia:-zkotball, '29. HUDSON FULTON MIWIER, 9 X . .... Rockville Centre, New York .Iournali.rm HUGH BARR MII.I.IsR, JR., 21 A E . . . "A" Lflubg l4'I't:e-IIIIIIIII1 l+'uot.bIxll, '28g l"l'0SllIlllll1 . I-lazlehurst, Mississippi Pre-Lafw 'l'rIu-lc, '291 Vnrslly Footlramll, '29: Erosoplxlv, '28. " Mi 'X' ' , 3 I' ii 'J PT f?'1":l' i 'I 3 A I L, I - ' ' .fl "" " , .... - IOS I if Q.. ""'Wm 'T- ' J "Viv"-'1" " , 7 'J l filiuall .. i n 106 .f ,,,.- .,,., ..,,,,. , . ,..- V. ., .,, .,,. ..,, .,,,. -, .-P Nfl i L ,, 41s,f.fea.1 , I Sophomore Class CuARI.Es DoNAI.n MII.I.IRIzN, A E fl- , . . West Hartford, Connecticut Commerce RAYMOND P. MIMS . . . . . - Clanton, Alabama Pre-Lafw Pre-Law Club. Arts and Science MARY ELIZABETH MlTCllEl.I,, A I' A .... Montgomery, Alabama Pan-Hellenic CouIIcll: Blackfrlar-sg Erosophlc: "Crimson-WVhite" Staff: "Corolla" Stuff: Y. WV. C, A. Publlclty Committee: "Rammer-Jammer": Educational Club. HENRY HOLMAN MIZE, II K fb ....... Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arts and Science Commerce Art: and Science 9 Pre-Lnw Club: Excelsior: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. R. E. E. DE MON'FLUZlN, JR., A T A . . . . New Orleans, Louisiana Commerce Tl'lLllSfCT fl'0YTl XV8.Shlllgf.0n ilfld LCE- CLARKE H. MOORE, E 41 E . . . . . . . . . . Cleveland, Ohio Commerce :Blil,ClCfl'llll'Sj Key Club: Commerce Club. HENRY E. MooRE, II K fb . . . . . . . . Clinton, North Carolina JOE MARTIN MoRRIs, slr 1' A ..... . . Birmingham, Alabama Excelsior Literary Society: President EI'osophlc Llternry Society, '29: Presl- dsznt Dr-ltn Fraternity, Trl Psl. ADDALAIGN MORGAN, A 1' A ........ . Chicago, Illinois COOPER JorINsoN MORGAN, A X ...... Birmingham, Alabama Engineering SAM JOHN MORGAN, K A ....... Special Art: and Science WILLIAM PALMER MOULDER . ..... I Education . Montevallo, Alabama MARX' FRANCES MOSAL, Z T A ........ jackson, Mississippi . Minter, Alabama President Freshman Class, College of Education: President Sophomore Class, College of Ecluvutloxn Education Club. CLARENCE LAFAYE1'rE MUl.l.lN, E A ll . . Commerce ZoL'roN MUNKASY . . - ...... . . Columbus, Georgia Bridgeport, Connecticut Chemical Engineering Freshxnun Basketball, '29. FRED VAN MURPHREE ....... . . . .Decatur, Alabama Pre-Lafw Pre-Law Club: Commerce Club. V. BONNEAU MURRAY, fl, A 6 . . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Laiw fl'BK,OAK Honor Roll, '26, '27, '28, '29: Skulls: EI-osophlc, '26: Blue Key: President Senior Arts and Sclonee Class, '29: Honor Committee, '28, '29: Executive Committee, '29: Pan-Hellenic Council: Secretary Blue Key, '29: Varsity Tennis Team, '28, '29: Manager Tennis Team, '29, '30: Second Prize 1+'reshman Declnmntlon Contest, '26: Junlor Prom Committee, '28: Cotilllon Club Committee, '29: Seeretnry Junior Arts and Sclcnce Club, '28: Junlor Fnculty. '29: Stratford Club: Parasites: President Freshman Law Class: Secretary and Treasurer of Student Body, '29: Quadrangle. LUCILE NOBLE MUSTIN, K A ...... Arte and Science S2 BlncltfI'lars. EDVVARD SHIRLEY NATION, A E fl, . . . Chemistry MARY MATILDA NEICI-IDoRs, A E A . . . Art: and Science JOHN Roy NETEDU. . - . . . .I Commerce ., . . . ,...,,,W,,K . sg, J.. fklvif . Tuscaloosa, Alabama . Oneonta, Alabama . Tuscaloosa, Alabama - Chicago, Illinois MST fjv-9 -5 Xt. ' 1 ' 1 ,x i., CK .5 1 If "H Ziff ,V 1 .,.... WW.. v,...l-Y.,..,,..., .,.- .,,...Y ,,.,, ,N ,,,,,, Q N I A 1 'f -r. L 'f I . I , .I 1 . , Nl 3 i x I. .,. all., 5. ,. ,. , fr., ,I ,,, Ez.Q7,I,,,,,x Il xp' x I L ,L Q , -ML AL. I-L... ,.,.f'...a'. A -, E Sophomore Cllanss GEORGE WIzsI.EY NEWIIURN, X Alf. . . . . Mobile, Alabama Pre-Medical 'I' B ll' FRIED WALTER NICOL, fl' 1' A .... . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Colrxnwru' RICHARD EARL NORMAN, '9 X ..... . Birmingham, Alabama Commerce GRACE FLANAGAN NoRRIs . . ...... . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Chemistry, Metallurgy and Cn'amir.v JOHN EDWARD O'TooI,E, fl' A II' ...... Birmingham, Alabama Ci-vi! Engimrzrring 0 Freshman Track, 'ZSQ Junior Far-ulty. THOMAS M. OzMEN'I', A K E ...... . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Iris and Srianrc GUIDO JZPACCIIIANA. . . . . . . . .Mount Vernon, New York Erzgirzcnrirzg VERNON HARPliR PADcE'I'I', 'Il E K . . .... Goodwater, Alabama Civil E7lfllIlL'L'fi7lg GEORGE F. PARR . . .... . Greensboro, Alabama Co m m crm' RonER'I' CLAYTON PARRY . . . ..... . Teaneck, New Jersey Machanizwl Engineering JOIIN ALBERT PA'rERsoN, E X .... . . . Mobile, Alabama C 0 111 IIILTCL' Rho Alpha Tau, '29: A K 'I', K 1' A Forensic Council, Crimson Tote Club. WILLIAM WAI.'rER PAYNE, JR. . . - . . . .Greensboro, Alabama Pre-M cd i cal ALFRED W. PEELIIR, A T fl . . . . . . Covington, Tennessee Pre-Larw MAR'l'lN BEADENKOPI4' PENNINGTON, Z! 112 E . . Marshallton, Delaware Pre-Mcdiral fb B Il , Pre-Mod Club, CORINNE RU'I'lI PERKINS, K .K I' . . . . . Bay St. Louis, Mississippi drls and Scicnre Q MARGUERITE PETERS, A X 9 . .... . . Fayette, Alabama .flris and Science SYDNEY S. PFLIEGER . ...... . .Mobile, Alabama Lafw Banu, '27, '2s. JUNE PICKENS, II li fl' . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Lafw 'I' B K WILLIAM MA1'I'IIEw PI.oIcs'I'Is . . . . . .BFiflg9P0l'fv Connecticut Engim'r'ring ADDINE REID POWELL . ..... - - HON, Alrlbumn Education NEWTON BENJAMIN PowEI.L. . . . . . .Falkville, Alabama PH'-Lafw Pre-Law Club, Crimson Tote Club. ,. 1 ...gg N .. ,- ,if 'HI' -- -Wig . ' lic Pfbftxllh-' - r . I +I-114' I fi . , 107 'X ,, I .a,,v. . I Sophomore Class WII.IvIIzR SMITH POYNOR, JR., 2 A E . . . . Florence, Commerce A K Nl' Erosophivg Freshman Tennis Team. AGATHIER NORMAN PRESCOTT . - . ., --.. . Brewton, Educaizon Alabama Alabama ' Class in Erosophlre, '28L Education Club, '28: Vice-President ul' Sophnmnri Education, '29. SARA PRICE, A Z . . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Education RICHARD FLETCHER PRIDE, K A . . . . . Madison, Alabama Pre-Lafw IIUGH MAI.I.0RY PRIvIs'I'I', 'I' A 6 . . . . . . . Selma, Alabama Lafw lf-LS., '29p Arch Club, President Arch Club, '20, Parasites. KIRIW CoI.I.INs PYRON . . . . . . . Collinsville, Alabama Commerce GEORGE VV. RANDALL, JR., fb A 9 . . . . West Blocton, Alabama Education HIaI.nN LIs'roN Ram . . . . . . . Red Bay, Alabama Educalzon HUGH REED . . . . . . . . Centre, Alabama Pre-Lafw HOWARD LINDIQN RIZEIJER, A T 0 . . . . Florence, Alabama Commerce Arch Club. JOHN INZIQR Ram, A X. . . . . . . .Montevallo, Alabama Prc'-Modzcal MAY RIaI.Ifa, K A . . . . . . . . Mt. Meigs, Alabama I Education S? l'lENRY M. RRPKA . . . . . . . . Depew, New York Pro-Lafw JESSIE LouIsIa RI2YNAI.ns, K K l' ..... .Mobile, Alabama Ilomc' Economics Carolyn Hunt Club. JOHN LEONARD Rm'NoI.Ims, K E. . . .Ozark, Alabama Przr-Lafw CRCII, P. RICE . ...... . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Comm. Eng. PAUI. RICIa RICH, Z I3 T . . . .... Birmingham, Alabama Arts and Sclencc' lFl'CHllIlHLll Tennis Team, Erosophlc. LIaoNARn RICIIARIJSON, X fl- . . . . . .... Atlanta, Georgia Erzgirzcaring JANli'l' LYON RIFE, X S2 .......... Tuscaloosa, Alabama flrls and Sclcnce ll PIIH-Hellenic, '29, '30: Pre-l.aw Clllll, '28, '29, f7nIIt"mporfu'y Debating Club, '28, '29, '30, 1"l'0lll?h Club, '29, '30, JOHN B. RIPPERIE . . . . . . . . . , 'I'u5caI005a, Alabama Erzgxfzccrzng 1"l'l'SllITHll'l Tennis Team. BRRNARIJ ROBINSON . - . . . . . . Repton, Alabama Engzncering . yt gr . l I Eff? " 'Al '..5f,'LwQ',.1IL.',,..L We T:-H I A. ..-....w,,,. .... A., -- --A la f T08 f A X V V'-HA-0.-W I X XV.-. - , WK, . , .N I ,III ,,, 'rv7fIv"'r'1rff"'rr'ir':"if-".. I lif'2i1ej?Ifl-l.l-l.S, if ' ' Sophomore Class JACK F. ROBINSON, 9 X ....... Pre-Medical MAIDA McCI,EI.I.ANn ROBINSON . . . . . . Arts and Science RoY RomN1'oN. . . . . . - . Pre-Lafw MURRAY TI-IoMAs RoI.EN, 2 II' E . . . . Co1nmerce BERTIAIA ROSAMUND ROOBIN, A fl, E . . . . Education ' Pan-Hellenic, '28, LAWRENCE A. RooT, 9 X . . . . . . . Pre-Medzcal 'lr B II Glee Club. ELMER DEAN Roscoe . . . Engineering A A E, K I' A Radio Club. ALLEN GEORGE ROSEN, E Q XI' ..... Arts Judge Thomas Medal. BERNARD ROSENBUCH, JR.. . . . . . . Art: and Science '29. . Blytheville, Arkansas Meridian, Mississippi - .Mobile, Alabama . Bessemer, Alabama . Birmingham, Alabama . . Addison, New York . Youngstown, Ohio . . Benson, New York . -Tuscaloosa, Alabama "RammeI'-Jammer" Stntfg "Crimson-White" Staff, "Winged Messenger" Staff. JACK FERREL Ross, III, E .A E .... Commerce HERMAN SAcKs, E A M ........ Pre-Medical PI't!-Med Club, WILLIAM AN'1'IrIONY SAN'I'iI., A CI' A . . . Pre-Medical ROBERT BECKHAM SAuNDERs, KP E K . . . Arts and Science Pan-Hellenic. ANTHONY AI.oYsIus SCAFATI, A 11, A . . . Art: and Science Captain Fencing Team, '2 HOWARD GoRuoN Sco'I'r . . . . .' .l . . Art: and Science Pre-Law Club: Excelsior: "Corolla," . Mobile, Alabama . Troy, Alabama . Rochester, New York . Bessemer, Alabama . . Newark, New Jersey s, '29. . Yellow Pine, Alabama '30g Philomathlc. WILLIAM D. SEDBERRY . . , . . . V. . . . Wetumpka, Alabama , Art: and Science JACK FRIEDMAN SCHEUER, Z B T . . . . .Montgomery, Alabama Arts and Science FRANCES SESSIONS, K A. .- . . . . . . .Ozark, Alabama Arts and Science WAI,I.Is ANDREWS SEYMOUR, A X ,A . . . . . . . Selma, Alabama Commerce A K Nlfg Rho Alplm Tau, '29. Freshnmn Baseball. JOSEPH FRANK SIIARPE . . . .... . .Mobile, Alabama Commerce Vurslty Football. THURS'I'ON JAMES SHEPHERD, QI, E K . . - Berry, Alabama Pre-Lafw Pre-Law Club. ,Img ,J gf1f,g,Qi,,,,gl,,lfLf4l,,,,,gii, Sl. , 31 f - In , .. -A-. ,Wm-,,w ,,., - -,,, MWM,wWmWW, 109 6. ., , ,.... --,. ,-.,..- ,,.,,,, , -.,,.--.....,,, . .. X N ,,.,Y.-. ,,.,.,. .. ..,,-, , .,....,,..-W. -,.-.a.,,,,..,-.,..-.., I-, I, ll ' I I ' R A .J ' ,I , R .M .. ,,,. ,, . .,. ,al ,R ,, X ,YJ I I Im. .yi I, , ' f ,ff-f"'jc1fflISfA1,.' 1:-','.IOe I- ,2,.l'f'.. -f ,' , 1 I, ,A new . mm-,..,' TIV1- Soplhiomonrc Cllass LOUISE SHIRLEY, K A. . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Education ROLAND FIQHOMAS SHORT . .... . . . . Jasper, Alabama Pre-Medical VVINs'I'oN C. SIlO'l'l'S, fb A II' .... . . . Hackleburg, Alabama Engineering ELOISIQ SIcRIas'I' . ...... . . .Gaclsclen, Alabama Art: and Sczence SAMUEL SILVERMAN, A M E. . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Art: and Science H K T COMER WII.I.IAM SIMS. . . . . . . .Searight, Alabama Pre-Med1cal NEWTON SKEIJTON ....... . . . .Birmingham, Alabama Mmzng Engineering Wlilllik E. SRIIJMORH, H K ,A . . . . . Winchester, Tennessee Pre-Lafw BINGIIAM SMITH, K Pl. . . . . . .Opelika, Alabama Pre-Lafw Arvh Club: RlIll'lil'I'lllI'Sj Svcrotary Rho Alpha Tau, '29, Erosophlc, '28. JAMES EMORY SMITH, 9 X . . . . . . . Shellleld, Alabama Commerce WILLIAM DOUGLAS SMITH, 'Ir A II' . . . . New York, New York Commerce FI'cslIma.II Track. ANNIE Ross SNOW, K A ....... . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arts and Sczence I2 T'llZII!lCl'l'lI'll'5l. MARY' SI-HIHR . . - . .... . . .Nashville, Tennessee Home Economzcs RUTH SPLAWN . . . . ...... Centerville, Alabama Arts and Science EDGAR ALLEN STEWART, IIA A 9 . . . . . Selma, Alabama Lafw fl! B K, fl' A fl' A.I3., Sewuneeg Arch Club. JOHN Osm STEWART , ...... . Shelileld, Alabama Commerce PAUL OLIVER STONE, II, K 2 . . . .... Birmingham, Alabama Commerce ROIIRRT HILL STRAIN, JR., E N . . . . . . Brewton, Alabama Commerce JAMES D. STEEN. . . . . . . .Pineapple, Alabama Commerce A 5- IRWIN ROBERT STUCHAL, 'If N B . . . . . . .Berwyn, Illinois 'J Art: and Science J el PHILIP SUnRoW, E A M ...... . . . Yonkers, New York Pre-Medzcal f, .I:g,,,g.ix..5','.'gl,.megg',gg,g.,g,"g.:,.,i " A ,-flxig' 3.-. ,L ,. ' 31- ---I 1, .I II Ir Q. ' ef' ., Q5 Ly A I-'1 . I' R 5 'lun' Nw- gg,-'jf -.F,.,'-"jf 'MTA' .4 O. , IIO :1-C bf -Q lff3fA7rf4,itf'35a?95?PAiE3954r'- . t I f N kkti nl3e,.,,.ul:g1JG. , Iii, X 'fx I' 5 xx,, l ,, I .. . .lik . ' Sophomore Class I... J ,R I-, I It . -. .- JL..1L..,-'. 17 N' LSL l ...., .-...... ,,. fx WILLIAM J. SULLIVAN, fb E K . . . . . . . Norwalk, Connecticut Arts and Science FI'csIlInIIIII Baseball. VIVIAN SWAIM, Z T A ..... . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Art: and Science II Lois SWANN, A X Q . . . . . . . . . . . Wedowee, Alabama Art: and Science ll NANCY SWANN, A X Q . . . . .... . Mobile, Alabama Art: and Science RoaER'I' CI.ARENcE SWANSON, A 2 fl' . . . VVest Hartford, Connecticut Commerce Track: Basketball. CHESTER CLEOPHUS TAGGART . . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Art: and Sclence ARMOUR JORDAN TALIIo'I' . . . ...... LaFayette, Alabama Electrtcal E7lglll6't'fl7ly LUCY rFARWA'l'ER . . ..... N. . . . Fayette, Alabama Art: and Science RALPH BRYANT TA'I'E . ........ . Cuba, Alabama flrts and Science GEORGE WILLIAM TAYl.OR, A K E . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Engineering Skulls: Sea Dogs. HEl.EN TEELE, A EJ A . . . . . . . . . . ColumbIIs, Ohio Art: and Science ALLEN LEE TERRY, T 0 X . . . . . . . Plantersville, Alabama Engineering JEAN THOMAS, K A . . . . . . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Education Honor CouIIcll. '29: Y. XV. C. A., '29: The Sll'Rtf0l'l1 Club: The L4-ngtlu ot' XVomcII Voters. Jos J. THoMPsoN . . ..... Healing Springs, Alabama Pre-Law TI'0I1sureI' of Pro-Law Club: Mombcr ol' Excelsior. PERRY Aucusws THOMPSON . . . . . . Citronelfe, Alabama Pre-Medical 9 Kwlf Band: Baton Club: Scumztary Pro-Mod Club. VIRGINIA M. TIIOMPSON, K K 1' . . . . . Mobile, Alabama Education GEORGE LEE TIIJWELL, E III' E . . . . . . Monroe, Louisiana Commerce "Corolla" Staff, '29, '30: President 17l'CShlTllll1 Y, M. C. A.. '28: "Crimson- wniw' staff, '28, '29: Philomatnit-. LUCILLE TlDWEI.l. . ..... . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Education LAWRENCE BUELL TlP1'0N . . . . . . . - . Selma, Alabama flrt: and Science "Corolla" Staff: Pre-Low Club, '30: Editorial Stuff "CrimsoII-XVlIltc," '30: Art Staff HRH!!!ITIUI'-JlHl'llH0l',H '30. JULIAN LEON TOURO . . . . ...... Birmingham, Alabama La-'w Commerce Club, '28, '29. JAMES WALTER TRAMMELL. . . . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama Chemical Engineering I v ' -.1fix,'fra-Pffoffw-f.4 H . ERIillli2 if-1.3l..a.3a-mi."ftEs.I1'i.YI Nggzif f' ff, x ,Lg ,,,,,. -.-....-.-W.-W-----H--W---UW-1 III A x l l 1 we M 5,1 3 , ,N A Sophomore Class lVllCl'lAlil. TRll'l'l, A fl, A . .... . Birmingham, Alabama Lafw RALPH VVALDO EMIERSON FIQUCKIZR, A X . . . . Metropolis, Illinois flrls and Srienee I-IORAOR SAMIVORD TURN!-:R, JR., fl' 1' A . . . . Mobile, Alabama Commerfe Rho Alpha Tau. '2!l. lVlll.DRliD '.l'URNliR, K A . . ..... . . . . Anniston, Alabama flrl: and Science Q Honor Coum-Ilg Y. NV. C. A. Cabinet, Girls' Glue Club: Erosophlc. MONA IREN1: VAN HORN, A l' A ..... . Cincinnati, Ohio Ari: and Science Il A X ALMA VAUGHAN, A Z . .... . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama .flrrs and Science 1-Irmor Roll, '29, Education Club. I-IARRY A. WAINIQR, E Q Xl' . . . . .... New York, New York Cifuil Engineering l"l'PSlllTlll.ll Cross-Country, '28. JOHN F. WALKER . . . . . . . . . . .Crenshaw, Mississippi Commeree JOHN I-I. VVALLS . . .... . . . Guntersville, Alabama Pre-Med 111 X "Corolla" Staff: "Rammr-r-Jammu-r" Staff, Rifle Team. JOSEPH lVllCl'lAliL WALSH, E 'lv E .... . . . Mobile, Alabama Commerce Glue Club Orc-hestra: Mllllon Dollar Band. ANNIE FRANK WARD . . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Edueaiion l'lAMH.'1'oN WARNER, II K A ....... Montgomery, Alabama C 0 m m eree Baton Club, Euphian Literary Society: University Band, '28, '29, '30: "Crimson-White" Staff, '28, '29, Cll5R'l'RUDli E. WAVERA . .... . . . . . Silver Hill, Alabama - Ari: and Sexenee "l3Irmlngham-Nl-ws" Scholarship, '28, '29, Hall Chairman: Education Club. Rex LIVINGSTON Wann ......... . Cedar Bluff, Alabama ffrts and Seienee HAROLD O. VVEEKS, E fb E ...... - . Cullman, Alabama Lafw fl' A A Prosldont Education Club: Treasurer Blnckfrlnrsg Phllomnthlc: "Corolla," Staff, "Crimson-White" Staff, Masonic Club, Executive Commlttee. ROMAN LEE WEIL, Z B T . . . . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Arts and Suence Blackfrlarl-lp Erosophlcg Excelsior, Pre-Law Club. ROBERT A. WEILL ......... . . . Camaguey, Cuba Pre-Med 9 K XP Treasurer of the Pro-Mod Club, '29, '30, Rille Team, '28, '29, '30, Newman Club: Spanish Club. Tl-IOMAS ALBERT WEST, K E ...... . Dothan, Alabama Commerce A K Nl' Junlnr lvlunnger Varslty Baseball Team: Vlce-President Sophomore Com- me-rcc Cla:-191 Pro-Lmv Club: Excelsior, Commerce Club: Erosophicg "Rum- mur-.lammer" Staff: Vlcv-President Freshman Y. M. C'. A.. '28. DOROTHY Jo WHITE, A F A . . . . . . . . Talladega, Alabama flrls and Sczence Blackfrlars. lVlAl,VlN F. VVIIITE, K N . ..... . Birmingham, Alabama Pre-ML'd VVILLIAM LANIQY VVHl'l'l2llURS'l', A P3 fl- . . . Shellielcl, Alabama Pre-Med 0 K ll' Sergeant-at-Arms: Pro-Med Club, "Gi'lmsOn-White" Staff: DeMOlay Club. ,. .. , , , ,, . .,.- ,..,.. A...A,--...,,,.x F... .. N X .-anwan-wweau.o-fme.-Ai-y.,,.'--amy'7 -- mf-yf-5-f'M,'v-"ff11y'ng"1-qw 'gf' .4 ff, .ff-y gf' if r i . 3 l-,lg fy, ,f'.,',,g 1. 1 ,L ,' . xl 1 ,f-il 1 if-lp1,, ll-f:,,:fffK.jj,:...f 5 If ' X ' '.T!mbEl...4il'..ag :',:..li.-.L fu-,fgfo ,it-J.:-..:i,:J,l-.,...:.A.!l..'x j-I. A1-....c,, ,- I-,.,.f,' lf , A ,. 1 f' II2 GN -'V - -F--. ' -gm' IfrY"7'1Qg,'H5r N-iff , N SSISS tl Arno A Sophomore Class MARcUIsRI'I'A CECILIA WIIJNEY . . . . . . Arts and Sczcnce Spanish Club. BESSIE WlGH'1' . . . . . -.-. Arts and Scurnce Hall Chalrnmn: Y. XV. C. ROLAND COLCORD WILLIAMS, A T 0 . . . . Arts and Science Key Ice. CORNACE VVll.l'Il'l'E. . . . . - Lafw . . Mobile, Alabama . . Calhoun, Alabama A. . Atlanta, Georgia . -Cullman, Alabama fl' B K, 'I' K A. X B Ill, 'I' A A President Sophomore Arts and Science Class, '27g Hlstorlnn Senior Arts and Science Class, '28, Euphlnng Ghlblwllneg llhlloinntlileg Debating Teiung AB '28 CAswELL JOSEPH Wll.l.lS, 6 X . . . . Lafw Cheer Lender, '27. HAROLD PARSONS WILLIAMSON ..... Pre-Lafw B sz A. A A X . Lakeland, Florida . jamaica, New York Baton Club: Pre-Law Clubg Flnndg "Corolla" Staff. PAUL WILSON, E A M ...... ' . . East Hartford, Connecticut Educatton Advertlsln Manager "Cl'lInnoII-XVIIIte"g A1lvertlsIIn.r Staff "NVlngocl Mes- ef sengerng Stage Committee BlIu:kl'rlnI':-I. ROBERT B. WILSON, E X . . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Commerce KATHRYN STUART WINsI.ErI', II B KD . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arts and Scurnce VIRGINIA WIUIEROW, Z T A . . . . . . . . . Galax, Virginia Art.: and Sctence FRANK C. Woon, 2 N . . . . . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Art.: and Science LEONORA LUCY WoonAI.L, K A . . . . . . Columbus, Georgia Arts. and Science II A E Art Staff "Jammer-Jammer"5 "Crimson-White" Staff: "Corolla" Staff: League of Women Voters. MARY STEWART WOODARD, K K 1' .... . . Jennings, Florida Arts- and Science AMES osEPH WUc:LIo'r'I'A, A 'fl' A . North East, Pennsylvania Pre-Medical C. FRENCHY YAREROUGH, 21 X . . -. . .Montgomery, Alabama Lafw KN0x YARIJROUGH . . . . . . . . . . .GunterSville, Alabama Commerce 1-lonor Roll, '29: Commerce Club. HARDAWAY YoUNG, JR.. . . . . . . - .Birmingham, Alabama Commerce A X II 1-i.CSGl1l'Cll Assistant, '28, '2B. JAMES KYSER YoUNGEI.ooo, K A. . . . . . . .Minter, Alabama Pre-Lafw Gloe Club. . Greenville, Alabama FRED EUGENE ZEIGLER . ..... Commerce A E II HENRY ZITO, 111 9 X . . ..... . Orange, New Jersey Pre-Dental Boxing Team. . Elgin, Illinois HELEN MARIE ZUMKELLER, A A A . ., Arts! and Science l l 1. I . . at 1 3 gffify RIS! xky-4,-f -W ,,,4. ,H-,A ,,,,, ,,.,-.....,.--------------A'----------..--.---......- Q-by X, 113 mfs? THE .1930 .COROLLA - a ra j 7 - x X.. X A A I4 ,f f"W ec.. l'???Pl in 9 2 E Alabama History S2 fCantinued from page 982 Q June 20, 1847-The Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity established as the first 5 ' Greek society on the campus. Z, N 1850-After much opposition, Dr. Barnard succeeded in establishing a J Phi Beta Kappa society. April 4, 1865-A Federal force, under command of General Croxton, set ' fire to and destroyed the university. Professor DeLolfre, a French- pl man, plead for the preservation of the library containing thousands n of dollars worth of books. The oflicer removed one book, "The i Koran," from the shelves and fired the library. The Cadet Corp 'Q disbanded a few days later at Marion. lf , December 6, 1869-The Carpet Bag Board of Regents petitioned the Leg- Q islature to provide a building for negro students. ,K June 13, 1883-Manly and Clark Halls dedicated by Chancellor Garland , of Vanderbilt. 1887-Garland Hall completed. , l M 1888-Toumey Hall completed and named in honor of Alabama's first K, geologist. 4' 1893-Women students admitted to the university for the first time in l i history. First COROLLA published. 5 R fContinued on page 1341 r Q 5 if 5 S Q 3 5 Q , ,.., ..,.,.., . .... 'Mm6w' .- .,.,,,. . ,, H 4 3 if l 3X X , ., :pf e - ,,,., -C - , r i umvensnv or ALABAMA ,,,ammmmQ' -X I 1 w' 114. 7- . 5 - 0 CZ , Z N 'WIP' Qalj god made him and therefore Let him pass for a man. ' Shakespeare-Merchant of ' 4 15 6 . M ' X". Z FRESHMENh regfvqw- I '- - . .I Y ,.IW"1i1"1l' I' K' D .I .- x- l . I 5 I ,vpn my V- 01 r,-.-ji., ' ' Jae.-11.,.A..d., . . 'Run:L1f'l 'L5' ' I, 7'Q"'f"'i"74'T' "'L f..,l-"wwf 7""' 5 ,f . .1 , , II-3f'f.'Ifvf 1oifTImlI' KV... W , -':. ,I .. ., 1, Freshman Class SAMUEL BOYD ADAMS, X fl' . . . . . . . . Mobile, Alabama Pre-Medical P A T Fr:-sllmari Baseball, WILLIAM KENNEIDY' AIKIN, A X ....... Stockton, Alabama Pre-Lafw Masonic Club, Pre-Law Club. JAMES C. AINLEY, E X. . . . . . . . .Monrovia, California .flrls and Science ADELL MAE ALLEN .......... New York, New York Art: and Science ROBERT D. ALLEN, JR., 9 X . . . . . Anniston, Alabama Pre-Lafw WILLIAM FRANK ALLEN, fb I' A .... . New York, New York Commerce P A T JAMES LINDSEY ALLEY . . ..... Bluefield, West Virginia Pre-La-'w Excelsior Literary Society. TiIoMAs AI.l.lNG'l'0N. . . . . . . . . . . .Florence, Alabama Engineering ROLAND L. AMEERG, -I1 K E ......... Hickman, Kentucky Aeronautical Engineering EARL CLIFFORD AMnERsoN Engineering MARGARET ANNA AMERosE . .... . WILLIAM 0. ANDERSON . joIIN ANDREWS . Arts and Science Pre-Medical Pre-Med Club. Commerce De Molny. SAMUEL LERoY AEPLEIIAUM, K N. . . HORACE RICHARD ARCHER Pre-Medical Ari: and Science RoI.AND LEE ARMERESTER. . . . . . . Co m m erce JAMES HALE AsHcRAF'I', '41 K E . . . . Commerce GEORGE PERKINS A'I'KINs, .A X . . . . Commerce AElT,'l'H2 . Boaz, Alabama . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama . Glencoe, Alabama .Rochester, New York . .Ensley, Alabama - . Monrovia, California . Bessemer, Alabama . Florence, Alabama . Mobile, Alabama "CoI'fIllIL" Stuff: Fl'l'ShlIlIlTl Y. M. U. A. Cabinet, Assistant to Donn of Mc-ng Idxi-i-lslorg ''liumnn-r-JnrnlneI"'5 L'I'lII1soII-'Pele Club. JOHN RICIIMOND AYERS . WILEUR MARVIN BAILEY, JAMES P. BAKER . PAUI. MOR1'ON BAKER . RAY BARNARD . EARCY KING BARNES . 116 ... ..,......, , .f .,..u,,. D, ,... 1 A , ,, .. .3 U Y , Commerce KA . . . . . Arts and Science . . . Lee, Massachusetts . . Decatur, Alabama . .Drtroit, Michigan Pre-Dental . . . . . Charleroi, Pennsylvania Commerce . . . . - . Guntersville, Alabama Commerce . . . . . . .Plantersville, Alabama Commerce ,- ,. ,, L. N., A ,..m,.,, 1, far.-Mehzarili' EEFQJ' jfjl -1"3'fI7 fl ,-...... .-.-1 'f1,,,. .- AL .. .Jo 4 me It 1 iuxrzw? Xl Jil. ,W lilsjfiffl'-za if W,I,:Ig ,Amr f ' ' il-ig il I-5 V! fix, , I Freshman Cllass SUE BARNES, A A A . ....... Mt. Sterling, Kentucky Commerce S2 Erosophlc. SUE BARRINGER . . . .... i .... Northport, Alabama Art: and Science LECII. WILLIAM BAR'mN ........ .Lynn, Alabama Art: and Science ROBERT LEE BAEELER . ...... n. Bala-Cynwyd, Pennsylvania Aeronautical Engineering HAZEL WARD BAXLEY . - ........ Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arts and Science EDNA EARL BEARD . ....... . Molino, Florida Education DURWARD BEAZLEY . ....... . - Vivian, Louisiana Pre-Pharmacal LOUIS PATRICK BEHNKE . ..... . . Detroit, Michigan Pre-Law BERNARD THOMAS BELL, 6 T K2 ..... . . Dozier, Alabama Pre-Medical BILLIE SYLVIA BERMAN, A 'fb E ..... . . Atlanta, Georgia Art: and Science CLYDE C. BEI.L, JR., 2 fb E ...... . . Monroe, Louisiana Co nz merce Million Dollar Band. JACK CHARLES BELL, 9 X ....... . Fort Worth, Texas Art: and Science MARION CO'l"l'REl.L BENNETT, A X A ...... Gurley, Alabama Q Electrical Engineering CHARLES NATHAN BENSINGER, Z B T ..... Louisville, Kentucky Art: and Science RICHARD JAMES BERGER . . . .... . . . Scotia, New York Art: and Science ' JOSEPH HENRX' BERMAN, Z IQ 111 . . . . . . New York, New York Arts and Science OSWALD K. BIEIJENHARN, K A ....... Vicksburg, Mississippi Pre-Medical .r . . . Pyriton, Alabama BILL W. BIRCHFIELD . . . . . . . . . Mechanical Engineering CALVIN WILLARIJ BLACK. . . . . . . .Woodbury, New Jersey Commerce WILl.IAM Rurus BLACK . . . ...... Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arts and Science MARY ST. JOHN BLAIR, K A ...,.,.. Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arts and Science BURT J. BOGARIJ, A 22 KI1 ...... . . . Fayette, Alabama Arts and Science EDMUND WEBSTER BOOKER ....... Alabama City, Alabama Mining Engineering THOMAS STEWART BOOZER, '9 T S2 . .' .... Sylacauga, Alabama Pre-Medical Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. ,,., tr . 5 QC, 1 f'T,9fi'34fJ 117 ' f Freshman Class Bx.lclacKicR F. BORN, 'lv 1' A ...... . Pensacola, Florida l'l'z'-M1'4fir'11l JAMns lsAAc Boswam. . ..... . Bardwell, Kentucky Pre-Lafw ROt:lsR FRlan liRAlll"0Rll . ...... Arlington, Massachusetts Cn rn lrmrcz' MARX' Lou BRAlJl,liY . ......... Tuscaloosa, Alabama .elrls and Sl'il'lll'l.' JULIA PARRIQR BRANIJIEIZIZRRY. . , . . rlrl: and Scimzrc . . Montpelier, Ohio IIAROLID liRASlfllil,lJ . . , . . . . .Birmingham, Alabama Comnwru' MORTON llRASWl5l.l., PI X . . . . . . . . Monroe, Louisiana COIllIlIl'ft'L' CuARl.lis Vvllilfklll BRENNAN, fb A Xl' . . . Woodbridge, New Jersey Cifuil Ellflillfffillg RICHARD MAl.co1.M BRliSSl,liR . . .... . Citronelle, Alabama Conuncrcc DOUGLAS C. BRIZWER, A 'I' A .... ...... l Bristol, Virginia Enginrrruzy President Frvslunnn Englnocrlng Class, Cl.ARliNCli Lois BROOK, --If B Il . . . . . Smithville, Alabama Pre-Mnlical xv00IDROW BROOKS, E Al ..... . . . Camilla, Georgia Cornnmrcc P A T BRRNARO JULIAN BROWN . - . . . . . Excell, Alabama Commerce IIOWARO JACKSON BRUlS'I'lER . . . . . . . Mobile, Alabama lingulrfrzny lVlARGARIi'l' Busu, K A . ...... . Tuscaloosa, Alabama , Commcrrc VVILIJAM BROUGIITON liusn, fl' I' A . . . .Mobile, Alabama :Iris and S1'i1'm'c JACK BYRNIQ, A T A . . . . . . . Huntsville, Alabama Connmrwn JOHN MARION BYRNE, A T A . . . . . . Huntsville, Alabama C o III m Nu' Million Dollnr Band. JOHN ADRION CAl.DWlil.l. . . . .... .Vivian, Louisiana Enguzffring EUGENE HENRY CAMOOSA ....... Asbury Park, New Jersey Pn'-Lafw 'l' K A . 1'l'i--Law Cluhg Newman Uluh: f'll1ll'lt'l' Cmnnl. ol' N. J. CT. IIORACIE THOMAS CAMPION, X fl' .... Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Iifzgifmrrifxg VVOOOROW VVILSON CANNON, A X . . . A. Athens, Alabama Enginrrring HILDA CARPENTER, A X S2 ....... . Decatur, Alabama Klris and Srirnrv DAN CARROLL, K 22 . . . C o In m ww' . . . Ozark, Alabama Excelsior Llturury Soclolyg Commerce Club. , .- -, if, ' ' "-.,f--vi-,I V- 7. f ' ' ' J, i' " ,V J ffafff' I' 1 . J W , A W,,,,, ,7',Ui.f,,. .1 , 118 . .ff 1 .-. Aff ' 'fllf-'mf"'QQ,M AMW" f M.fMl'lQlI, . .'- -'-J ,'I"-fJi1.5,g'.ji' 'Wfiffxl " H E, .J Vp k",.f' , 1' llfrcslnman Class DANIEL HENRY CASEY , , . . . . . . VVOrccster, Massachusetts Eduralion 'I' K A Nuwmnu Club. S'l'liRI.lNC GRISICN CA'rO, A X A .... . Eufaulai Alflbllmil CUIIIIIINTI' FRANCES CnAr.KER, Z T A. . . . . - - - Ozark, Alllbilmll .'1rI.v and Sl'Il?lIl'l' ROEER1' CHANIN , ....... . . . Passaic, New Jersey ,'1rl,r and Scwllrn FRANK ELIJAII CHAI-MAN, TZ X .... . . Grove Hill, Alabama .flrlx am! Sf'imu'r' ARTHUR ll.l.GliS ClIHNOVVli'l'll, 21 A E . . .K . Birmingham, Alabama Prn- M ml i cal lllrosophlcg ''Rnmnu-r-Juminor" Stuff. lEnwARo Juxxus CllIES'l'NU'l', A 22 fl! ..... Gaylesville, Alabama flrl: and Sfifllft' JOnN LEE CllIiS'l'NU'l', A E fb ..... . Center, Alabama zfrls and Srifnrr' IDEVHRH CLARK , . ..... . Mobile, Alabama Co m in frrf VVINKIE Cr.ARKsoN, K A . . . . . . . .'l'nscaloosa, Alabama flrl: and SfII'IIl'I' ll JACK HAROLD CoA'rEs, A T A .... . Cleveland, Ohio Co m Ill rrrr Cmnluurr-o Club. CONWAY A. Conn . ...... . Aslwille, Alabama C0 m In rrrn JOE AIJIJISON Conn, A X .... . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama xirfx and Srrrllrr DAVID MINGE COCIIRANE, fl' I' A . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama ,-Iris and S ri1'11f1' MARVIN COFFMAN . . . . . . . .ElkmOnt, Alabama C0 111 lIIt'I'l'L' JAMES Kl'NHRll COLEMAN, A X . . . . . Livingston, Alabama Co rn m l'I'l't' , "Corolla" Stuff. , ELEANOR PEIJRICK COLLIIER, A I' A . '. . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama flrls and S1'ir'm'a' II OLIN IJUNANVAY CONNER, ll K 111 . . . . Ripley, Tennessee A firls and .5'r'irm'r RICHARD NlON'I'GOMliRY COOLIEY . . . . . . Monrovia, California Co m Ill rrfz' FRANK G. COSTA 'I' 6 X ......... Brooklyn, New York , l,l'f-Mflfll'l1f ROlllill'l' DAVENPORT C0'l"l'liN, E A IC .... Birmingham, Alabama 15111 iwrrilzr J .l '1'nEr.MA CouR'rNEx', X Sl. . . . . . .Shreveport, Louisiana Co m !lll'l'l't' II ELlZABlE'l'lI Cox. - . . . . . . . .Brooksville, Florida 1-iris and Scicmw Gln:-re Club. L. E. CREEL, JR., ll K A ..... . . SheHielml, Alabama Pre-Law Blnckl'1'lm'sg Pre-Law Club. 5 gg ,l-,j',x,fri,Hi,T'.19Ei1wlh-QM J. IIQ r-wr fu. f I V H., X ,.,. -,., Xf X, ,.,,, s,,.-. if," If!! 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Chicago, Illinois Engzneerzng MARY IRENIQ DAVIS . ........ Birmingham, Alabama Home Economics 400 Club. WILLIAM EDGAR DAVIS, II K A , ...... Huntsville, Alabama Arte and Science President Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. JANICE CoI'I.uY ne LA CROIX, K K 1' ...... Mobile, Alabama Arts and Science K2 ' Blnckfrlars. KENNE1'lI R. DENNICK, 2 N .... Hastings-on-Hudson, New York JOHN Houck DIiN'mN ...... . . Elizabethtown, New York Pre-Lafw GILBIZRI' FRANCIS DEVINE . . . . . . . . Schenectady, New York Pre-Medical RICHARIJ MARTIN DIsx'rHR, X KI, .... . . Birmingham, Alabama Commerce WILLIAM D. DoNAvAN . . . . . . . . .Citronelle, Alabama Commerce JAMES Dos'I'ER, A X . . . . . . . . . . .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arts and Science , fl' H 2 Excelsior, "Crimson-NVhite" Staff. HARRY DAvIs DRIVER, 21 N . . . . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Commerce ' DoRo'I'IIY DUGINS, A A A . . . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama MADGE C. DUGGER, A Z ......... Winter Haven, Florida WILLIAM JACKSON DUNN, A X .....- . Gadsden, Alabama "Crimson-White" Staffg Pre-Law Club: Freshman Y. M. C. A. Councllg "Corolla," Staff. I ' FRANK LAno DUVALLE, X -If. . . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama Ctfvzl Engineering , RonI2R'I' D. EI3I5Rn'I', 2 X. . . . . . . . . .Burdette, Arkansas Electrical Engineering WILLIAM A'I'RINs EDMUNDSON, A T K2 . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Commerce MARGARET EDDINS, K K I'. . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Arts and Science , Erosophic Literary Socletyp "W'lnged Messenger" Stuff. f N 'I"""" ""' --A ""' -Wrr"'-------'-------------rf---. A I 7 ii ' .. 2 . " 'fi 'Y W'mIW l' 'I' I. V fiilkf'-45' 1"1r'..... - ,, .--.--AAA-.-,-l.M.,,,-,.-...------,-...,. V7,f '-"it, M... ' 120 . ri , X I Freshman Class CLAYTON EDWARD ELLIS, E 111 E . . . . , East Orange, New Jersey flrl: and Science ' Selma Alabama SAMUEL ELLIS, 'df L K . . . . . . . . . . ., flrls and Science ' Band. JOIIN RAMEY ERICKSON . . . . .... VVorcester, Massachusetts School of Chemzrtry CIIARLES RICHARD Es'I'Es, X fl' ..... . . Birmingham, Alabama Commerce Skulls. ANDREW ARTIIUR FARRELL . ..... . Patterson, New Jersey Engxneermg JAMES Al.llER'l' FARRELL, A E fb . ....... Millinfet Maine I . L. I Chemical Engzncermg IRENE FEAGIN, K A . ........ Union Springs, Alabama Art: and Science PIIILI.II1s H. FIELD, Z B T ........ Birmingham, Alabama Engineering JEANNE MARIE FoN'I'AINE ........ Bronxville, New York Ari: and Science H. FRENCI-I FORBES, K E. ....... Birmingham, Alabama Commerce "Cl'llllS0l1-Vvlllflfl Staff: "Corolla" Stuff. N SAMUEL STUART FosrIEE, 23 N . . . . . . . Brewton, Alabama Commerce P A T Skulls. MARGARET MARY FOWLER, A X 0 . . . . . Mobile, Alabama Art: and Science Glee Club. ALVIN FRANIcI1'URT, K N . . . .... . Mt. Vernon, New York Arts and Science LESTER WILFRED FREEMAN, E A M . . . . New York, New York Pre-Denial Freshman Footlmll. JOIINNIE FREY, K E . ....... . Sheflielcl, Alabama Commerce P A T Exvclslor LltcI'nI'y Soc-lotyg Junior Mmmgox' Rlflc TI-um: C0InmcI'cc Club, EDWARD MAl.C0l.M FRIEND, Z B T . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama .flrls and Science Serert-tnI'y and TI'onSuI'uI' I"r0sl1IIIa.n Arts Class: Ext-cl:-xlorg Vlt?0-Pl'CSlClCllt Erosophln. PIAROLD FRINDELL . . . . . .' . . . . Milwaukee, w7lSC0llSlll Educalzorz MIRIAM LOUISE GAINES, K K I' . . . . . . Dayton, Alabama Arts and Science LORRAIN GASTON, JR., K A, ...... . York, Alabama Pre-Medical Kcy Ice. E X ...... Grove I-Iill, Alabama Art.: and Science 'll H E Er0SDlJlllf'1 Tl'l!llHlll'0l' ol' B. S. N. Excelsior. . .... . . . . Okolona, Mississippi Education . . . . . . . . Shreveport, L0lllSlHIlZl Co m mercc' Boxing' Timm. . . . . . . . . Kingston, New York Arts and Science . . . . . . . . Swedesboro, New York SILAS COMA GARRETT, III, WII.LIAM DEVVl'l'l'E GAY D0l'I.E M. GEORGE, 2 X MAURICE GERIJER, 2 Q XI' WII.LIAM C. GLEESON . . Pre-Medical BERTII-: MAE GOLDEN . ...... . Adger, Alabama Co m merce . -Dii 'i D 1 I A 121 f I A Freshman Class CIIAI-MAN P. GoNzAI.I:z, E X ..... . Pensacola, Florida li lIyilIl'I'l'1!I1l J, D, Goonsog , ...... . Tuscaloosa, Alabama ElIgHH'I'l'IIly A AI.nHII'r T. G0onwx'N, 22 A E . . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Enynrrrrrrzg R0llliR'l' iVIERliDl'l'l'l GoRMI.v, 21 A ld . . . Ocean Springs, Mississippi C o III ll11'I'l'r' NATIIAN CPREIENBERC, K N .... . . . Birmingham, Alabama Co In lI1l'I't'l' Jnssla OVVHN GItm:oIu', A X ....... . Tuscaloosa, Alabama .-lifronaulitul EllgillI'I'l'l71g SAMUHI. J. Gkoss, A fl' A ..... l. .D . Middletown, New York lilrrfriz'al E lI!l1lIl'!'l'Illy JOIIN FRANCIS GUll.MAR'l'lN, E N . . . . . . Midway, lilrgirwrrifzg Su1'I'clIII'y-'l'I'onsIII-4-I' Irl'PSllIUllll EllHlll00l'illK Class. Joslcv '1'ANIcIaksI.m' GUI' . . .... . . . MoIItgoInery, Pre-Lafw 0I.IvIcIt I.lili l'lAAs, A K If! . ....... . Mobile, ,flrlr and Srimnr I' A 'l' 'AilillllINDI'-Jlllllllll'l"' Staff: lFl'l'NllIllH.Il Football. VERNON I.IaIa HAGAN. 9 T 12 ..... . . Sylacauga, Pri'-M nlrfal MAItt:UIakI'I'Ia IIAGHR, A Z . ....... . Flat Creek, :Iris and Sr'If'IIr'r NINA l-IAI.I. . . ..... . Tuscaloosa, Eriuralron RU'I'II VIRGINIA IlAMII.I, . ...... . Fairhope, Eduralzon CI.AItIcsoN Mrxzvcx l-IAMII.'I'oN, A K IC . . Mobile, lffrgiruvrilxg CAIIIELI, l'ItIas'I'oN IIANIIY, A X A .... Staten Island, New York Ml'l'hlI7lil'llI Erryifrrrring LowIfI,I, II. IIANNA, fb A linwmto AI.UN HARRIS, Ib Mus. El.lZABli'I'll Hruuus MARX' 1iNoI.A lflmuus, X 1 PAUI, DUoI,IaI' l'iAR'l'l.liY, ll JOIIN Lrzkox' l-lAIt'I', A X P A 'I' 'I' ..... l"rr-Mrdiral rlrlr and Se'iI'm'4' .-Irl: and S rirfzu' 7 flrlr and Srivlzrf' I':I'0SODiliC. K A. . . Pri'-Lafw A ...... rlrfr and Sfivlzrvf JOIIN WAI.'I'Iak l'lAII'I', II K fl' ...... l'A ..... . Rockford, . Bessemer, . Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, . Georgiana, Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Meridian, Mississippi . Ripley, Tennessee l'rn-Mrrdical I' A 'l' l'I'i--Mod C'lnlIg "4,'oI'olln" Stuff: l':I'0S0lllliC'. MAk'I'IIAI.I:Nn l'lAs'I'oN, A A A ........ . Jasper, Alabama lftlufalmll 1'I'I-sith-Int, l"l't'2-lillllllll l'ililli'll!iUll Class: "t,'nI'oll:1" Staff: Erosophlc. JULIA EI.IzAnH'I'II HAUsIeIt . .' . . . . . .Mobile, Alabama I'lfy.m'al Etlllt'llflH!l I , I, 2' f" f"'f I. 1. 1 , - " ff Hr' ' A ""t""-'W ff:-:err -f3M1:f-Q J , , I if 1 J ,vm ' 1 5. I f .- Fw. - ,I . - - if Q15 ,Q ,Q lfbfj., X, il. f t A ..... W. 'Sig-Qigzjf-'I--" ' .,,,N,, 122 , J. D. IIOLMAN, K 21 . . ...... . Ozark, Alabama ,Q Co m In crm' fag, SARA CASWELI. l'IOl.MHS, K A ..... .'1'uscaIoosa, Alabama fyfff .-Iris and SL'it'l1l'L, If fl, H j jf, 13lm:kl'I'lm's. V,Q:,,.'I RonIeR1'A I'Ious'IoN, A E A ........ Birmingham, Alabama j,.', f., .-lrI.r and S1'if1Irc ' WI fx-' 5 josIaPII D. I-Iucmes . . ..... . Freeport, New York S: If Prn-Lafw 'Z 1'l'l!-LUXV Cluh. A Vl, 1' MARX' FoRNm' I-IUGIIES . ....... . Tuscaloosa, Alabama fi lil 2 .'1rt.t and Srimrc .,,f-,',"I v ' l .j'!f5, XVILLIAM FRANKLIN HUGHES, fl' K 22 . . . Florala, Alabama Commerce ill . . ,I ,gy GERALDINE HUI.sAR'I', A EJ A ..... . . Iuscaloosa, Alabama ff. ,lf 5 flrls and Scu'm'a I A f - - A 4f"fi7T-i r1f'5C35lX bldg!-W"5 " " 'A P'-Mn! A :-1244 Sf? --rr-f' lf . .,',,,f.,,f fjfv, 55,7-Ari--tzf ,Q,.Cq,,.,,.,t4L,A,,.,gj ,P E E 3, A 9 , 9 A N,.,QCf?,,,,, lf' A AV n it A A "' 'ii' I ffl. -..- L ,,g. ,. --f l Q..--. .'...'L'W-.--. . -1 C.L'3"L"'Ji"ilyf'k Q QQ I li 'Iii 4 C li I, Troshman lass I . 5 all ,iii ,fill CIIARLHS EDWIN I-IAwRINs, JR., A X A . . .I5essemer, Alabama I, I , , xlrls and .Sr'Ir'1Ir1' I' A 'I' I 'l l I ji. Q! MAC Mll.'l'0N HAWKINS . . . . .-.. . Greenwlle, Alabama 1 if 'f I Prr'-Mmlical ,J II H MILLARD FRANCIS HAYES . . ..... Elizabethtown, New York ', Elrrirzral ErIgIII1'fruIg JEANNR HEARNIQ . ....... . .Tnscaloosa, Alabama EQ' 'll rlrts and Smrzzrc ll 'I SARA HERNDON . . . . . - . . . . SZIVIIIIIIZIII, Georgia lfflr xlrls and Sl'lt'Ill.'L' il fi ,' HAROLD Ron l'Ill.DRli'I'H, II K A . . . . . lx Ili: 1 T EI1!jlIlI?l,'l'lIly DORo'I'IeIY HIN'I'0N, A 1' A. . . . . . . . .'1'uscaloosa, Alabama ,iff flrls and Science ff",l.,7 wi FI'uII1-lI Club, I -',,,-. ,lxklrfjlj MABEI. HIN'I'oN, A I' A . . . . . . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama if, flrls and Sciclzu' , 'f 9 I V Q .1 ff HOWARD RAY Honcus, II K III. . . . . . lleaclland, Alabama , ll l'rr-Mnlifal ' lat. , , , ,llywj Hll.MAN HOLLIIY, E A . . . . ...... luscaloosa, Alabama K,X'lQ,f,g :Tris and Sfifllft' '-lf' PI'osidoIIt A.B. IPYUHHIIHLII Clan:-Ig FI't-:IIIIIIIIII Football. ,MX f, RM' HOLLIS - . . - I - ..-.... Blountsville, Alabama Xlrls and Smmrc .l . ,, 5 Xi, K xx A , lvl! EDD I'IOWEl.l. IIYDH, II' K 23 ...... . Fayette, Alabama I. , ll Lonrnmrtf lf, ,I x CAMILLI: INGRAM . . . . . . H. . . Inscaloosa, Alabama I, .flris and Sl'lL'l1l'I? I " I' - . . TIIEODORI: KING JACKSON, A 'I-. . . . . . Mobnle, Alabama fl Aria' and Scwzzcc ,I-I, I' AT EDWIN K. JHNNINGS . ..... . Tmvanda, Pennsylvania la. gg Comrn1'rr'r Mllltary Band. lili FRANK .TESTER - - - - 3 - ,. . - .Leonia, New jersey 1l, '51 L nguzcrrzuy ,J josum '.l'lLl.MAN JOHNSON . . V .... . Pike Road, Alabama ,Ig :I CDIIIIIIIFITL' Mll.lfORD I-IowARo joIINsoN . .Q ., . .. . . . Medina, New York 2. li lznguievruzg Il'-Ig ' A SI live il'-ll NAIL , A , f ,f'5'::,A,.. ,ILIQQXX ., ' ' ' IAQ-Ig .ifwfi-Li'N,5..-,..., mls- A+. Aj I. 1 4. . , .V A . . -1 ff ' 13-74 ID 'ajft-'J"'5 I- I' MTX"X""''E'ff"TN1fI12"",fv.-'f,jg6..,f,,f:jQjQ:Q"' ' V' it If.: M.. ,-f" N, W .. .- ... A-. Y.....-.- -- ..... .-.W.--.---1-.1----'- 'r A,I,.. "' 123 V f C 1 F ffl 'rx lx' PX -If lull lr ,Q J Cz l l ll "R, ., ly' 1 l f K Q. Q1'Q.f,l,,Qf'Q,ffff"fQf"'f'fQ,'f,,Qffgf"'QfJ, ""fM"'1,Q,"1"JS f U . . J:.z:Q',-rl f'f lla 'Q ffl e'4'152f 1. it - l 'V lL,ifIL,5H.L' :2'3'.,g.' ,Q.e.afl..Q -lf ffvikfiiffl lf' MYRA JOHNSON. . . . . . . ' Pre-Medical Commerce Jon ANDERSON JoHNs'roN, II K fb . . . . Art: and Science CHARLES BERNARD JONES. . . . . . . . Pre-Medical JAMES TAX'I.0R JONES, 11, A 9 . . . . . . Commerce fl' A 9 Ari: and Science LOUISE JONES, Z T A ........ Ari: and Science MARGARET REID JONES. . . . . . . . . Art: and Science RonER'1' E. JONES, K A ....... Pre-Medical JACK JORDAN . . . . . . . Engineering WILLIAM VERNON JoYcE, 2 A E .... . Commerce CHARLES DOUGLAS KAEFFER . . . . . . Engineering IRVING NoR1'oN KAPSINOW . ' Pre-Medical Pre-Med club. TuEODoRE HENRY KELLER, A T A ...... Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering MADELON Jo KINCANNON, K K 1' .... . Home Economics ll EDWARD C. KINNEY, II K fl' ..... Commerce WILLIAM RHETT KIMBROUGH, JR., fb 2 K . . Pre-Lafw LEo Jor1N KIRCFINER . . .... Pleasant BESSIE KLIBANOFF, A 'fb E . ..... . . . Home Economics Blackfrlars. ANNARELLE KNOWLES . . . . . . . . . Ari.: and Science As'rRlD KNUDSEN, A X Q. . . . . . . . . Arts and Science ALBERT JULIAN KOSSMAN, 2 A M . . . . Art: and Science Freshman Cllalss . Clanton, Alabama WOOIJROW WILSON Jor1NSoN, A X . . . . . . . Athens, Alabama "Urlmson-White"5 Y. M. C, A. Freshman Cnblnutg "Corolla" Staff. . Ripley, Tennessee . Mobile, Alabama . Colliersville, Tennessee ..Decatur, Alabama Huntsville, Alabama . Mobile, Alabama Scottsboro, Alabama - . Center, Alabama . Biloxi, Mississippi Clifton, New Jersey New Haven, Connecticut Milford, Connecticut A A E b Mining Club. MARION KELLEY . . . . .... - - Goodwater, Alabama Ari: and Science Blackfrlnrs. SAM H. KEMP . ...... . Galveston, Texas Commerce DANIEL FREDERICK KENNEDY. . . . . . . .Citronelle, Alabama Georgetown, Texas . Cullman, Alabama . Linden, Alabama Unity, Pennsylvania Memphis, Tennessee . Leesburg, Florida . Mobile, Alabama Greenville, Alabama Business Staff "Crimson-White." f 124 ,E-"'Llf7'5f:.f-.'mffi 4 r U 1 Q -A-wwf? Tl.f'if'?a':f:,'1'- ' ' YQ, ll i Freshman Class LESLIE KRAUTHOFF . .... . . . . . Freeport, Illinois Commerce HOWARD G. KRIEGER . ....... Schenectady, New York Pre-Medical DONALD KRULEWl1'Z . . . . . . . . . .Passaic, New Jersey Pre-Medical ERNEST LADD, JR., A K E ....... Art: and Science P A T Freshman Football. . . Mobile, Alabama ALLAN LANDMAN . ........ New York, New York Commerce MARIE LOUISE LANGAN ........ . . Mobile, Alabama Arts and Science W. T. LANGSTON ....... . . . -Duncanville, Alabama Education PAUL A. LANTRIP, fl? A 6 ....... Pre-Medical "Corolla" starr. . . Jasper, Alabama VINCENT CHARLES LARITON . .... . . Electrical Engineering - .Retsof, New York BURLEIGH LEvI LARLEE, A 2 fir ...... Chemical Engineering . . Millinocket, Maine CHARLES EDWARD LAUGIINER . ....... Butler, Pennsylvania Pre-Lafw HOWARD BYRON LEACH, 41 A 'B . . .' . . . Dadeville, Alabama I Commerce A E H Pre-Law Club: Cornmorcu Club: "CI'Il'TlS0I'l-XVIIIIGH Stuff: "Corolla" Stztff. MARY ARLINE LEE, A 1' A ......... Glenwood, Alabama Art: and Science SOL DAVID LEInowI'I'r . . . .... . . Long Branch, New Jersey Art: and Science Pre-Law Club: Erosophlcg Business Staff "Winged Messenger." WILLIAM IRVIN LEIoN . . ......... Detroit, Michigan Pre-Medical JAMES P. LESTER, JR., A T A .... .... W ink, Texas EMANUEL W. LEVIN, fb B A ....... Rochester, New York - Commerce LEON LEVY, K N . ........ Winter Haven, Florida Commerce MONT LEWIS, II ,K fi' . ....... . . Ripley, Tennessee Pre-Medical , Pre-Mod Clubg "Crimson-XVhlte" Staff. . . . . . . . . . . - Citronelle, Alabama Commerce 400 Club, Commerce Club. OLETA LEWIS. . . CoN R. LITTLE, JR., .A T Q .......... Mobile, Alabama Civil Engineering P A T ELEANOR LIvINcs1oN, A X 0 ........ Prattville, Alabama Arts and Science WILLIAM HARRY LOEB, Z B T . . . . . . Montgomery, Alabama Art: and Science Excelsior: Bluckfrlars. I RUTI-I GERALDINE LovE, A 41 E ....... Hartsville, Alabama Commerce I MABQARET SPROTI' LoNc, A Z ..... . Sanford, Florida Education . A ff'f7?ev1v1Lfe- H i S s Q I 1 . C Ev31'N5EF l " E" We A'- " - A25 A , --X .. ------A---4-----a .VY..,. ..,, ,.,,. A,-,,, ,,,,,v, ,iw ,,,,,,, ., A ,.....,.,,.,. 1 , V X , r T'7QSL' 2 TY,f"', M 1iy"""5 ff' 'Ta 1 V gf, ,, gwir-xil hp l,1' lf:5f3ixf'3 J D' Q Nl lj in 1 x. r " V -I ' . is ,Y H A .V fn J., .. sl, N, -.,4 .. . . r -r ' " , -A-f' 1 E - A ...., i. ,.a'ii,.AAR,,A-..f1' ., s..f Tr .. 1" fr J 'X I.AMAR Wn.soN I.owE. . . . . - Commrrrr' JonN RAY I.owMAN, fl, 22 K ..... Co In 111 vrz' 1' lVlARGARl5'l'GRAYLYNCII. . - . - . . . .-Iris am! Sz'u'm'1r Louis MAINE . ...... . I'r1'-Mfrliml ROBERT JAMES MAIN, A X ..... flrtr and Sfinurr' VVEIISTIQR J. MANIJHRSON, II K fl' .... BIZSSIE MIERCER, A 1' A ........ flrls and Srirmw IEnwxN DUNN MERCER, JR., K E ..... Excelsior. EDWARD DoNAr.n MERCER. . . . . , ' Commertc MRS. JULIAN D. lVlANCll.l. ..... - . - Elrdriral Enginrfvring C N Freshman Class - Center, Alabama . Miami, Florida . Norfolk, Virginia . Roselle, New Jersey . Metropolis, Alabama Com mcrrr' JouN PICKARD lVlANlEY, K A ...... Murfreesboro, Tennessee flrls and Smfnfe l' A T . Tuscaloosa, Alabama . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Pre-Medical Sx'l.v1AN MASUR, 22 A AI ....... . Monroe, Louisiana C0lIllIl6'fl'!f BYRON B. MA'ruEws, E K . . . . . . . . Andalusia, Alabama Conunrrre FRANCES Er.r.ro1'l' lVlA'l"l'llliVVS, A A A . . . Huntsville, Alabama Education Erosophlc. JOHN J. MARIEN, ZZ X . ..... . VVoodhury, New Jersey Commrrrr JAMES R0l'lliR'l' MACLENNAN, A X A . . New Brunswick, New Jersey Commrrrr . Glow Clnhg Erosophlc, MARX' El.lZABE'l'H MCALEER . ..... .Mobile, Alabama flrls nm! Srlrnrf XYOURBIB A. MCCALI., A T A ...... Bassier City, Louisiana Conznwrcr RA1.vn McCr,ENnox . . - . .... .Boaz, Alabama Pre--Dental VVn.l,xAM lVlARSlIAl.L McCl.IN'1'ocK, df E K . . Hartford, Connecticut rlrls and Srienre Gl50RGli MCCRORX' . ....... Birmingham, Alabama Pre-Mrfdzml FRANCES Wn,l,ARn MCl,ANlEl. . . .... . Northport, Alabama flrlr and Sriemv' SAM FRIHRSON MCDONOUGFI, fl' 1' A . . . . Birmingham, Alabama r Pre-Lufw P A T , NICK S. MCGQWIN, A K B. . .... . Chapman, Alabama .4r1: and Sz'u'm'r' I' A 'I' Give Club. JOHN JAMES MCPEAKH, fl' K 22 . . . . . Cannnsburg, Pennsylvania Ciml Enyinerring P A T Excelsior. . Tuscaloosa, Alabama . Tuscaloosa, Alabama . Detroit, Michigan w.Aig?Qg,,.j,, , , N, 423 r,ya,:2n 4 ,rTai1aaHr1aisa M. fa is oes,s, .,.e ,, os, ,.., ,e ,,,s, e.rs A, 126 N", it-.LW ' ' "LT ' ' I T255 "'5 'I' ,w"I'II -gf f',35fi'jigcgg: 'Pix X ii if fliialeiritlfil Z-If ll I fl l,ifQI-i . Freshman Class RYIIURN IELGIN MIIRRIAM, Stl X ....... Kellerman, Alabama flrls and Sfiwzcc III:NIu' Fiuan Maven, E A M . . . : . . Ari: and Scuvzrv . . Selma, Alabama BlIl1'lil'l'lIll'HQ "Ul'llI'lS0ll-xvhltilil Staff. IELMON L. MILLIIR .... . . ..... llauklebnrg, Alabama Prz'-Medical '-l' B H P'l'0Blll'l1I1I'l Football. ANGE VIOLA MILNE. . . . . . . . . Ho mr Eronrnlr fra' FELIX MIRIECKI. . . .... . . . . .flifronaulzml lirxgnwfrzrzg . Mobile, Alabama . . Detroit, Michigan ROYAL RICIIAROSON MIRHII, E A E . .... Birmingham, Alabama Commvrrr PA'I'.AK1l' "RmnmeI'-Jnmme-I"' Staff: Ext-f-lalor I.lteI'nI'y Sm-lr-ty: "1"0I'olla" Staff: Presldont FI'0SllIIUlll COIllllll'l'0l! Class: lI'I'oshnIaII CIIOPI' Loads-rg 1J:l'0!4ODlllC,' C0lTllHi'l'Cl3 Club. DAPIINH MI'l'ClIIEl.l. . . . . . ..... Gallman, Mississippi' flrls and Scirnu' LLOYD Ml'l'CllEl.I. . . ...... . . Chfmifal Engineering NEAL RICIIARII Momnu., Iflv K 22 ...... .'1ifro11auliral E7lfliIIl't'l'ill!1 WILLIAM TUCKER MOORE, II K 111 ..... .flrls and Svirrlznr . Florence, Alabama . Marshalltown, Iowa . . Ripley, Tennessee KENNHTII MORRAY . .... . . - .Charleroi, Pennsylvania Com mera' VIRGINIA ALCIA Moiuuson ...... . . Coral Gables, Florida' flrls and Srimfc LI-:WIS jAMIfs MORRIS, 'If A II' . . .... Civil Elryirxrning . Aliceville, Alabama GORDON D. MOkI'I'z ......... Bound Brook, New Jersey Cifvil Engincrring ALICE AI.IzI-:It'I' Moknow, A A A ..... flrls and Sricnu' I2 SEABORN H. MOSlil.X' . ...,.. Prr-Mmiuwl Gloc Cluli. Fnrrz M0'l'l'MAN . .... Q - . Crramlcx ROI' MAURY Movrzk, E A M . . . . . Pre-Lafw "Corolla," Staff. WILLIAM EOWARII lVlUI.l.liNll0FF .... . Pre-Lafw Track, Tennis. JOHN MANNING MURIPIIII, Jn., E X. . . Pre-Mrrdifal I' A T Enwaun Emu: MURPllX', A X ...... Cifvil Engineering PAUL NEVVHIII., A T A . . .... . . Comnmrfrr Glee Club. 'IQALMADCE RAYMOND Newsome . . . . , EJIIIYUIOII FRIED VVILLIAMS NICHOLAS, K N ..., . . Comnxcrfr Manx' MAUOE NORRIS . ..... . . .flrls am! Sfifllft' . Detroit, Michigan . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Olympia, Washington . Glendora, Mississippi New York, New York . Pasadena, California . Buffalo, New York . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Phenix City, Alabama Birmingham, Alabama . Northport, Alabama l 1, ULTI2' A ., It ,I I I ' I I -I rr II , I I I' ' il""ii92f":4'fffN 5 ' i:Qf,j:Qi1i?5I9kri I27 4- -Tri?-T A-To rife ' 'f ' ' M I+ Ia' -I +1 N Aidlhbgimtiif-Ag A' Y I :l.lrf-'I li a ll a : C91 13 5?Q1iiIfuEr1Q,Q15L2 i In - Freshman Class Mll.DRl5D ELOISI-I NORRIS- . . . I. . U. .Northport, Alabama Ez ucatzon HELEN Nu'I'I'AI.I., A 1' A . . . . . . . . . . Cordova, Alabama Art: and Sczences OIII4-gn: BlltCkl'l'iRl'Sl "Corolla" Staff. MARI' CONNELI. O'BEAR, A A' A ...... Birmingham, Alabama .flrlsxand Science: . Newark, New Jersey - JACK KENNETH OGDEN, E II' E . . . . . Commerce . MAR'I'IIA BELLE ORCIIARD. . . . . . . . . .Laurel, Mississippi flrts and Sczences MARX' LCUISE OWEN ........ . .Birmingham, Alabama xlrts and Science W7llEI.AN W. PALMER, T S2 X ....... Chattanooga, Tennessee Commerce LESLIE LEIIN PARKER, II K A .,... . . Andalusia, Alabama Pre-Med A JAMES WILLIAM PAYNE ...... I .... Bardwell, Kentucky Art: and. Science FRANK PEIIRsoN, III K E ....... . . Florence, Alabama Pre-Med MARI' OI.IvIA PERIJUE, A X Q . . . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Ari.: and Science Glue Club, Y. XV. C. A. EllllK'Rfi0ll Club: French Clubg Caroline Hunt Club. LOUIS PERRlil,l,l, A fb A ....... . . Newark, New Jersey V Pre-Med JAMES EMEREI' PIIARES ......... Moundville, Alabama I Commerce LEoN PIIILLIPS . ....... . .Roanoke, Alabama Commerce RALPH W. PHILLIPS . . .... . . . Huntsville, Alabama Pre-Med ERNEST I-IOI'KINs PLANCK, X AI' ..... . . Mobile, Alabama Pre-Med ARTHUR POMPONIO, II1 9 X . ..... South Plainfield, New Jersey Education - AI.EER'I' A. PoNnER . ...... . Cullman, Alabama Commerce LEIIRON WILLIAM PoR'I'ER ...,... . Winfield, Alabama Commerce . . . . . .Union Springs, Alabama JAMES POWELL, E N . Commerce ANNE GAGE POWERS, A A A ...... Albequerque, New Mexico flrts and Science A JAMES ASBURY POWERS . . . . . . . . .Greensboro, Alabama flrts and Scxence BENJAMIN POSARNE, E Q KI' ...... . Buffalo, New York WAL'I'ER K. PRICE . ..... . Newark, New Jersey Pre-Med 4 AR'I'IIUR PRINCE . . .... . . Decatur, Alabama Pre-Med .7 M MW - Hm --0 ' - r- - I ' , " 'I . 1-Tfi 1eiE,,,,11jgfff'2:fE5 -I2'!Ml4EIlS.l1iN'0-ff LABAMA ' ' 0 A 128 II,l L., lv lx II x f I l l l 7, ,xr .,,, Ji Freshman Cllass ANNIE KATPIARINE PROVOST, A A A . . . Education U Erosophlc. CLIFFORD WILLIAMS PUGII, II K fl' . . . . Commerce Freshman Basketball, Frcsllumn WOOD-ROWE PURCELL, II K fb . .... . Electrical Engineering . Mobile, Alabama . . Oshkosh, Wisconsin Baseball. . . .Jasper, Alabama 'lf H E C. WAl.TER PYRON . ...... . Collinsville, Alabama Commerce ARTHUR DAVID QUACKENBUSII, JR., A X . . Mobile, Alabama Engineering HENRY Pl'-YITUS RANDALL, A K E .... Marion Junction, Alabama .flrts and Science "Corolla" Stuff: Pre-Law Clubg Excelsior: Erosophlc. Wll,I.lAM SPEARS RANDALL, II K A . . . Marion Junction, Alabama Pre-M ed i cal ff' X "Corolla" Staff. MARYRAILKA. Art: and Science K2 Blackfrlars. HELEN RAUSCIIENEERG . . . . . . . . Art: and Science XAKII Executive Board of League of VVOIIICII Voters: Cabinet. MOODY HELMS REOD, E A E ...... Art: and Science P A T Erosophlc. . Tuscaloosa, Alabama . Decatur, Alabama FI'0SllnlRll Y. M. C. A. . Florence, Alabama Wll,I.lAM MCCORMICK REID, 2 X ..... Birmingham, Alabama .flrtr and Science BEATRICE REIsMAN, A fb E ...... Education ADAM THOMAS RENOALDELLI. . . . . . Pre-Medical GERTRUDE REYNOLDS, X 0. . . . . . Commerce II Erosophlc. JOHN E. REYNOLDS, JR., 'fb E K ...... Electrical Engineering MIzRI.ERIEoEL,fbI'A. . . . . . . . . Commerce . Atlanta, Georgia . Newark, New Jersey . Berryville, Virginia . Huntsville, Alabama . . . Dayton, Ohio JOHN R. RHOOEEARGER ...... . . East Brady, Pennsylvania Mechanical Engineering WALTER CORTLYN RI-IooEs, II K 2 ..... Freeport, Long Island .flifronautical Engineering FELIX RHYMES, A T A .......... Lafayette, Louisiana Commerce MlI.TON HAROLD ROBERTSON. . . . Pre-Medical - Rienzi, Mississippi STUART DOUGLAS ROBINSON, A T A . . South Manchester, Connecticut Mechanical Engineering EMMA ROBY, A X Q .......... Arts and Science . Tuscaloosa, Alabama CALVIN B. RODEN, A T A ........ Birmingham, Alabama Arts and Science MORRIS ROYAL. -----.-- Birmingham, Alabama l ' Commerce 4' LEON RosENnERc, Z B T . . . . . . . . . . . Troy, Alabama ',, Commerce I "Corolla," Staftg "Crimson-Whlte"g University Band: Erosophlcg Glee Clubf 3 , I 1, 'K u,, '. 'fri jjky ffl 'fix "", U'4'IA"':":', ,V U ii 1 ' "74""ILi: ' i :,i'f'i,Ii.:',1,ri ' ,i.1"i" . ., I. A 129 Freshman Class ICIIGAR VVRIGIIT RULE . .... . . . . Commerce Crlmson Toto Club. MCIVER RouN'I'IzEE, Z2 X. . . . . . . .Birmingham, Cifvil lifzgilzccrirxy PAUL EUGENE SANoERsoN ..... . . . Montgomery, .AI rlr nm! Science 'l'lll'Il,MA MAY SAUNIIERS, A Z . . . VVinston-Salem, North .'1rl.v and Science 'I'ruasuI'or l7l'l'SllIll!l.ll School ot' Education. CORAIIEI, ScAI.Es, A EI A ........ I-Irlr and S czence OLIVER SCALES, K A ..... . . . . Hrls and Science SALLIE SUE SCIIUESSLER, A X Q. RonER'I' NEELANS SCHUSTER, 'fb E K . . Commerce ALVIN SEAL, E A E . .... . Pre-Lafw NA'l'llANlEl, D.-Ivm SEAL, K N . . . . . Commerce flEORCli ROBERT SELLERS, A T .A .... Enyxneermg QIEORCE SIIAckEI.FoRn, E N. . . . . . . Commerce JOE NORRIS Srmw . Pre-Medical Pre-Med Club. Al.lll5R'l'-IOIIN Sl-IELDON. . . . . Pre-Medical IRVING SIIENE, IJ S2 XI' ........ V Engineering lfl,IZAllli'l'l'l M. SHIRLEY ......... Education . Moundville, Alabama Alabama Alabama Carolina . . Mobile, Alabama . Columbus, Georgia . .Wadley, Alabama . Hartford, Connecticut . Washington, Indiana . Ensley, Alabama . . . Denver, Colorado Montgomery, Alabama . Guin, Alabama . North Tonawanda, New York New York, New York . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Y. XV. lf, A. lfrvslimxux Ualmiuot: Erluf-ntlon Club, French Club, "Cum, S0ll'XvlllU"' Stall, Fri-slinmn Honor Soi-lety. FRANCES Conn SIIROPSIIIRE, A X SZ ...,. Birmingham, Alabama Ari: and Science French Cluh: Education Club, Glec Club. MARY EVALYN SILVER, A Z ..... . flrir and Science II MILDREIJ CLAIRE SIMovI'I'z, A fb E . . Commerce 'l'll0MAS JULIAN SKINNER . ..... Pre-Lafw - Pre-Law Club. B. rr. SLADE, A X A ........ Commerce Freshman Football. Al.,l.SMl'I'lI,AX:X. . . . . . .. Commerce 1' A T jox' SMITII, K K 1'. ...... . Klrls and Science l':l'0S0lll'lll': 'l"l'L'!'llllIlZlll R1-presoiilntlvc on Councllg R x oIIN SMITH fl' " I lCll.fRlJ , ... i ..... . ' Commerce SYDENNAM MOORE SMl'l'll, A T Q . . . Commerce 130 Birmingham, Alabama . Tampa, Florida . Bessemer, Alabama . Eufaula, Alabama . Meridian, Mississippi Birmingham, Alabama Home Economics Club. . Keeseville, New York Birmingham, Alabama rs. i i , X, jf ,IW WT, , i. l,.,, , W., - fr "--,-Lfi, - - yr -j - 'A sf! ll 'li ily li I fl il' E. llfil 'v"ll sv , 1 Q,-lg Freshman Class ,., , El iii WILLIAM B. SMITH, E N . . . . . . . . . Pasadena, California Art: and Science ff,-Q, JOHN W. SPAINE, K E . . . . . . . . . Marianna, Arkansas , Q. 'ji Pre-Lafw Million Dollar Band. ,V fi, LEONARD JAMES SPEARE, K E ...... . Dothan, Alabama I Pre-Medical lg, -IABILPAT ,li Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cublncl. ll, ill LOUIS . SPITZ, E Q KI' ...... . . . New York New York lwil - ' I,-A ,fx Pre-Medical T. C. STEWART, A X A . . . . . . . South Pittsburg, Tennessee l Commerce WlLI.lAM CLOUD STODDARD, 6 'I' O . . . . Selma Alabama . k , Wm! Commerce 'Mi I N . gflgjll GEORGE E. STONE, -fb A 9 . . . . . . . Mobile, Alabama Lyn Commerce ,fwfr ,,.fVRwk.f'ql,l WILLIAM L. S'IowE, JR., II K fb. . . . . Vlfetumpka, Alabama I fly? f Commerce A,J.l,. I' A T, A R 'I' l "Corolla" Staff. JERRY MALC0l.M STREATER . ....... Town Creek' Alabama Q Pre-Medical Freshmzm Y. M. C. A. Cnlilnctg "Corolla" Staff. itil-I Min, MARIE STREBILE, Z T A . . . . ..... Montgomery, Alabama iljgli Arts and Science 'Akai II lx Qi, J. T. SUDEURY, E A E . . . .... , Blytheville, Arkansas 'l Commerce A 2 Il :I MAX IVISON SUMMERLIN . . . . . ..... Luverne, Alabama L flrlx and Science ,,V Glue Clubg Y. M. C. A. l"l'l!Hlll!llLll Vnlsliiut. fc' JOHN W. SUNKEL . . ...... . . . . . .Paris, Illinois Electrical Engineering y l ,' ,gil Lll.l.lAN BEATRICE SU'l'llliR . . . . .... . Tuscaloosa, Alabama grail? .flrls and Science MOSES M. SWAIM, fl' 1' A ...... . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama ,AW Ari: and Science l l A-f'-if ADRIAN S. TAYLOR, JR., A X A .... . . Birmingham, Alabama i ill Pre-Lafw f V .il JAMES NEWTON TAYLOR, -If E K. . . . Huntsville, Alabama l EAW'-, Pre-Lafw ll,.I.fw' MARY TAYl.OR, A 1' A . . . . . : . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama ki ,Q fi Education li, JACK MAsON TEAI. . ....... . . . Birmingham, Alabama ,l:,"-, Chemulry 'lmflg University Band, Chemistry Club: Sergoanl Buglcr, R. O. T. C. ,,. J ll'-Q' ETIIEI. RosE TEMERSON . . . . . .... . Tuscaloosa, Alabama gli! Arts and Science Gus TI-IAMEs . ..... . . . . Mobile, Alabama ,," Cwzl Engineering 'lf .l ll' ll RICHARD ERLE THOMAS, E X. . . . . .Eufaula, Alabama ii Pre-Medzcal 'll P A 'r Hifi' Pre-Med Club. ,tai KATFIERINE TPIOMPSON, A E .A . . . . . . Mobile, Alabama 6-,, Art: and Science 4 wil ll ANN EI.IzAEE'rH TIIORESEN ....... . . Chicago, Illinois -5 lg Alrix and Science IE' . lr ll JAMES HENRY TOMPKINS, -fl' K E . . ., . . . Tuscumbia, Alabama ,liil Arts and Science l-gg P A 'I' g ly Excelsior. i ri "ral l'-,ll All ful ., :QQ :V f :A ., f .,a,-...W ..., . ,.....,.....,,.-....A.....--, ., . , Yi, yy,--X..-4-..,..'. A C., ,-'L N , fin- I..-W. -, wg V 1+:"f ,, Ry L,i,j,M.w!,J ,Ml ,? L,-1 QA fs-fl-Ml' L 'T'.5f' if '1,f.i'gff.,?'f---3 'lw.i.2i.ll..fl,.3Li,.5g,.l.5i.lm'G..il.:.Ll.f'1-A'' ' N ' I ,f "C""'zk 131 v A I Freshman Class Mll.1'0N HALSIEY rI'OWNES, K A . . . . . . Huntsville, Alabama Art: and Science P A T ' Glen Club, Vice-Prcsldc-nt Froshmnn Arts and Science Class: Pre-Law Lflubg Excelsior, 1"l'l!Hhl'llllIl Y, M. C. A. Culilnct. I'IAs'I'sI. LAVEINE TOWNSEND, 9 X . . . . . Birmingham, Alabama Pre-Medical EDWIN AI.vIs Tucx . . . . .... . . Eutaw, Alabama Pre-Law SIIELIIY JAMES TUCKER, fb A 6 . . . . . Ripley, Tennessee Commerce MARX' PARK TURNER . ..... . . . . Northport, Alabama Arts and Snenee NORENE UTLEY . ..... . . . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Ari: and Science CHARLES ALLEN VARNIZR, fl' A XI' ..... Montgomery, Alabama Pre-Medical 9 K 'lf HENRY Al.liPIR'l' VAUGHAN, K A. . . . . Selma, Alabama Commerce Mllllon Dollar Band. NORMAN voN RosENvINon, E 'Iv E . . . . Winchester, Ma .flrls and Science Education Club Reporter, "XVlnged Messenger" Staff. ssachusetts MEERS Voss, E X . . . . . . . . . . Dubach, Louisiana Engineering MANLEY PERRY VVEAVER . ..... . Sheliield, Alabama Commerce BERT CECIL Vvlill., Z ll T ........ Montgomery, Alabama Commerce Ercsophlc. NORMAN RANDOLPH Vvlill. . ..... VVaterhury, Connecticut Commerce BERNARD VVEILER, 9 X ....... . . Huntsville, Alabama ' Xlrls and Srzenre CHARLES EDWARD VVELLER, fl' E K . . . . LaPorte, Indiana Commerce ANNE MARIE VVEINSTEIN, A fl' ll . . . . Brunswick, Georgia Commerce NORMAN S'l'ANl.liY VVEINSTEIX, 22 S? Xl' . . Buffalo, New York Commerce BERT H. W7lESEl., Z ll T ...... . . Tuscaloosa, Alabama Pre-Medical NVILIIUR MCKlNl.liX', II K 'D .... . . . Atmore, Alabama Pre-Med: cal 'l' X. P A T Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cxlblnct, OLIVER VVILEY, PI A E . . . . . . . . . . . Troy, Alabama Commerce Band. HAROLD L. VVILLIAMS . . . . . . . . Mt. Vernon, Illinois Commerce JENEILE VVILLIAMS, A E1 A ......... Langdale, Alabama Education BlackfI'la.I'sg Vice-President Freshman Education Class. JOHN R. WILSON, JR., 111 K E ..... Washington, Pennsylvania Cifvil Engineering Vlcc-President FI-r-shmnn Englnccrlngg Excelsior. JOE S. WI'I'I'MEIER, Il K fl- .... . . Commerce I-IAM WISE, K E . ....... . Arts and Science x .,"ii,'k.-" " i 'f ,.. 51 E115-il'4'X,"f'ff' i .. J .1 tw., 132 f --, . . . Oneonta, Alabama Jamestown, Mississippi "T-" H--,gl -f r ,A .f . I.,.,1g,g Freshman Class FLORENCE J. WIII'I'E . ..... - I-HWFCHCCI L- I- Co In nzcrfe ALICE KATIIERINE WI'II1'ESlDE . . . .' . Oxford, Alabama Pre-Lafw NEVILLE P. WHI'I'NEY, A X . . ..... Benton Harbor, Michigan Pm'-Lafw "Corolla" Stuff. CLEMEN'Is WOOD . . . . - - '- - - - JHSPC13 Alabama Ilff-ML'tilfdl NEIL L. WOOD . . . . . . . . Columbus, Mississippi Commfrrc VVoRcEs'I'ER. . - Arts and Science LEONARD WORTIIINGTON HELEN WORREL, K K 1' ...... I . Ari.: and Srzcnre SZ Manchester, New York Birmingham, Alabama Erosophlcs. JOHN WILLIAM WYRER, K A . . . . . .Decatur, Alabama flrls and Sfifllft' JAMES VVAIJDELL, K E ....... .Tuscaloosa, Alabama Commrrce 1' A T Commerce Club. HOWARD R. WALKER, T S2 X . . . . . . Eufaula, Alabama Commerce MARTHA LEE VVALKER, Z T A . . . . . . Gllllt6l'SViiiC, Al:IbaIrI:I Ari: and SCiI'lll'L' NANNIE KATHERINE VVALKER, A Z . . . . . Huntsville, Alabama flrls and Srifurv JOHN H. WALLACE, III, K A ...... . Iluntsville, Alabama drls and Scwfzcc Pre-Law Club. LUTHER w7ALLIN . ...... . Earle, Arkgnggls En 1ncerI1I .fl .fl REGINALIJ E. WALLIN . . . . . . . . Earle, Al'iiRIISHS Commerce Commerce Club. WILLIAM TARPLY WALLER, A T A . . . . Bossier City, Louisiana C o m In ern' CHARLES F. WALZ . . . ...... PlaiIIfield, New jersey Elcclrzcal Engnzvrrzng A A E' JANE VVARD . . . . . . . . ...... Center, Alabama Arts and Sczanrc BiI'I1IlIIglmIII News Scholarship. WILLIAM LAFAYE'l'l'E VVARI1, JR., K Z1 .... . Mariana, Arkansas Pre-Lafw GEORGE WARREN, 2 X . ..... . Jackson, Alabama Co In rn crce DOUGLAS AIIIIHRT YOUNG, 22 N . . . . . Greenwood, Mississippi C o Ill mercz' Bundy Glue Club, '2Slg "t"I'lIIIsOII-XVIIltt-" Stal'i'g "t'oI'oll:I" Staff. VIRGINIA FLORENCE YOUNG, A EZ A . Newton Highlands, Massachusetts Arts and Srienrc BARBARA MARGARET ZAUGG . . . . . . Hyde Park, Massachusetts .flrls and Sfinnrc ANNIE RUTII ZEIGLER .......... Talladega, Alabama flrlr and Srirnfc French Club. RALPII EIIMUNO ZINRAN, A X ..... . Washington, Indiana E7lyiIlL'l'I'i7lg a,sIuIg X , I N ',,,I.,,.-I' I 'I A . .,,. 133 ,f WM y,., 21,61 CT., A,.,,. 4, , ,,., Alabama History fContinued from page 1141 January 11, 1893-The Crimson-White made its debut. 1907-Under the wise leadership of Governor Comer a building program was initiated with Smith Hall as the first unit. Morgan and Comer were the next erected. October 1, 1903-Act passed by the Legislature creating the Summer School. 1912--Dr. George H. Denny called from the presidency of Washington and Lee to become president of the university. 1922-Medical School moved from Mobile and Nott Hall erected. 1925-New building program commenced with the erection of Gorgas Library and Supply Store. The other buildings followed in this order: Chemistry, 19265 Farrah Hall, 1927, Commerce, 1928, Dos- ter Hall, Graves Hall, Denny Chimes and Stadium, 1929, Barn- well Gymnasium and Union Building, 1930. January 1, 1926--Alabama defeats the University of Washington in Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Cal., for world's football championship. Thanksgiving, 1926--Alabama gains the distinction of being the only team in the history of the S. I. C. to win permanently the Picken's trophy by virtue of having won the championship three successive years. September 11, 1929-Thirty-five hundred pupils registered in the regular session with hundreds of applications denied. . ....,. Mgwii ,..,.,..... . .1-VW4-.api-.,4A:,.7.,, ' - nugr, gf. vain. X ALT l.,T,..l..if..iwL.l.,s.3: -1. . ., v- -lfi 'Jai H"- 134 . 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BARNWELL, Assistant P. M. S. and T. . Infantry CAPTAIN j. H. HAGAN, Assistant P. M. S. and T. . . . Infantry CAPTMN P. W. Ru'r1.1snGE, Assistant P. M. S. and T. . Artillery CAv'1'A1N L. P. I'IonN12TT1z, Assistant P. M. S. and T. . . Infantry LIEUTENAM' A. VV. PENCE ............ . . Engineering 111 Y I M lf., 1' - I 136 ff' , , 212.-l5j9ifl,fTQ tie-?9'5f3f iirijrtg pig 2f'3'Tf17,'i"liYi:fii A f - -flfaff.Lf:-..',f:.?:27?,ri":1si?11hint .N, -,Jai ffz.l:fuv.v, ' I 1 ,H -I CADET COL. ALBERT L. RANKIN Nonsilommissionecdl Officers TECHNICAL SERGEANT C. H. WOLEE SERGEANT BUCK CARTER TECHNICAL SERGEANT C. C. LEMMOND SERGEANT L. P. JENKINS The R. U. T. C. There are some very concrete results that the R. O. T. C. tries to leave with each student who takes work in that department. Some of these are visible results, such as better bodily carriage, increased physical development, precision in mass movements as required in the manual of arms and steadier nerves and eyes as shown in shot holes in the bull's eye gallery targets. There are other impressions which are stressed Inore, but cannot be valued by any visible standard, such as a cleared understanding of one's civic responsibility to the state and nation, leadership that demands the ability to obey promptly as well as to exact obedience from others, and, above all, loyalty to our government and its institutions. X v,..--'Nb ,... I.. ..-vw . .... .. .-.W-.--..-.--- - N -, - -fe-f - v -N, W,-4L4..L,.. --,wsw--ff.,...C...,...1wr---,,s---f.-'WW . . ' ' ' 1 .. I 4 H I V .V I 1 61.91. ...Fefl""1 Vw--:I-is--EP. 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A, f 138 dept, 6'aLpL', or Clzpz . 621405 LZ 690550 lb fa .fbdfwosdom IDL' ft. Wares Ac, ciznzp liz. 'nmmarw CL1 Bnzswoll Za Garden, ops REGIMENTAL OFFICERS W ,,.,.T,.,.. ,W.,,Y.,,.,y,MWnm: Z,W,.m ,h,, .,,, 4,wM X, .,,.,,,,,.. ,. Q ,TTK Ilvi Y AV , ,,,,, 3 1 ,.V,,,, MW. .A..., , , ..,.VAwAV I .ff, f EQ Q511f1Wffff,,q ,.,,,. ,ml Q-fy ff """"' -W, .,,, Qgzfy fjff4y,,:,! ' ' "-H'-Migiy ,,,, M4af--.xzzzr::4,mV,,,,,15.e.?,2,cfinH I i.i.i,1,:,:,1 "., ,I 3 9 . 4' ' ' -.. ,W ,W ,, . I , ,'Qff"f'f'i 'LN-. .., aw... . E .. L. M tk L, ,TH-rx .0 N,m,Z ffl., .r,t,JiJti..,1eTA'fgiMDf,: -er ,gb 5y! N., A QI I lil .3 1l't.ei.i'AV.l..,.f::-.. ft nff:..ii1.'i 7lfgtiafi:lS5QffL?1Jii'f'1,?f'---39 Roster Of Adlvanccfdl Coruursc R. 0. University Of Alabama COLONEL ALBERT L. RANKIN . Regimental Commander MAJOR ELDEN E. CONREY LUZUTENANT-COLONEL J. O. SMITH - Executive Officer CAPT. JAMES D. CARTER . Bn MAJOR IRIS W. CARMAOR . . . Regimental Adjutant CAPT. JEROME BRITCHEY Bn. MAJOR JOHN M. SHAVER . .... First Battalion CAPT. JOHN R. SPENCER Bn. MAJOR HORACE B. DILL ..... Second Battalion CAPT. CHARLES J. BEANE Bn. MAJOR HUDMON S. LANGLEY. . .Third Battalion COMPANY "A" INFANTRY COMPANY "D" WILLIAM E. ROBINSON ..,...... Captain H. D. KIRKPATRIOK .... J. P. PHILLIPS . . . . . Alternate Captain P. C. MCLEMDRE . . G. W. BRANNON . . . . Second Liteutenant H. MARTIN . . . R. S. MCKEE . . . Second Lieutenant J. T. MOORE . . W. C. WILHITE ........ Second Lieutenant COMPANY "B" INFANTRY LEONARD P. DANIELS .......... Captain T. C. SALTER . . . FRANK KENDALL . M. D. JONES . . R. A. BOTSPORD . . A. P. AVERY .... COMPANY CHAS. B. CLEMENT . J. E. DAVIS .... A. F. DEFUNIAK . H. S. BOONE . . - F. L. HOUCK . . ISADORE B. BURDICR . FLOYD T. DODES . . . First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant "C" INFANTRY . . . . Captain . First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant COMPANY "G" . . . .Captain Alternate Captain M. E. EDWARDS . . OSIE SPENCER . . COMPANY L. K. ANDREWS . . . J. W. SCHWEITZER . J. E. MOORE . . . NORWOOD COKER . W. J. MERRILL . . . COMPANY J. F. LYON ..... C. M. PIOLDER . . J. H. SUTHER . - J. R. TPIOMAS . . INFANTRY J. H. MCGUIRE . A. B. ELMORE . . Q! E77 PM J. W. WHARTON COMPANY "F" E GINEERS N JOE C. HICKMAN .... Captain J. W. TIMMONS . First Lieutenant THOS. E. NORRIS . T. E. BRAZEAL . H. H. BRICE W. H. CROFI' J. C. EVANS R, R. FULLER Battery W. B. WINDHAM J. M. SMITH . H. K. BORDEN . N. T. BRASWELI. C. R. DUGINS T. M. BOND S . , . PHILIP DAVIS . J. M. COSTON . L. LIVINGSTON First Lieutenant . First Lieutenant Alternate Captain H. H. JONES ....... T. C. Fourth Battalion Adjutant, lst Battalion Adjutant, 2d Battalion Adjutant, gd Battalion Adjutant, 4th Battalion INFANTRY . . . . . . Captain . First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant . . Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant INFANTRY . . . . . . Captain . . First Lieutenant . . Second Lieutenant . . Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant INFANTRY . . . . Captain . . Alternate Captain Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant . . First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant COMPANY "G" ENGINEERS COMPANY "I-I" ENGINEERS THOS. L. FOSTER .... Captain I-IORACE D. HUGHES . . . Captain J. D. HAYS . . .First Lieutenant E. R. CAMP . .First Lieutenant M. F. MOBROOM .First Lieutenant R. M. PHILLIPS . First Lieutenant W. P. MAXWEl.l. . First Lieutenant W. G. GAELE . .First Lieutenant UNASSIGNED ENGINEERS All Second Lieutenants J. A. HAMPTON E. F. SEGLER R. B. JEFFRIES C. W. NICHOLSON R. C. HANSON W. E. HOOD WM. LAUEENHEIMER F. J. PALME B. L. HARRIS W. G, HUMMELL D. W. WILHELM A. H. ROBERTS H. B. HENDRIX A. L. JACKSON C. O. NEELY E. O. SELLES J. C. STEPHENS E. A. STOVALL COAST ARTILLERY "I" Battery "L" Battery "K" . . . . Captain THOS. A. BRITTON . . . . Captain J. P. LACOUR . . . . . Captain . First Lieutenant H. A. JOHNSON .. First Lieutenant H. D. TUBE . . First Lieutenant . First Lieutenant J. A. WATTS . . First Lieutenant A. B. MCEACI-IIN . First Lieutenant .First Lieutenant L. REESE . . . Second Lieutenant M. S. PULLEN . Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant J. D. KELLY . . Second Lieutenant A. M. GIRTEN . Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant G. 0. HALL . . Second Lieutenant MORRIS FARB . . Second Lieutenant Battery "M" . . . . . . . Captain G. R. STANNUS . . . . . First Lieutenant . ...... First Lieutenant VV. H. MILLER ..... . . Second Lieutenant B. VVEINSTEIN ........ Second Lieutenant First Lieutenant, Assistant Bandmaster W. E. DOTTERWEICH. . . . . Second Lieutenant . ,, , J, ,,., .j,.lfQ.f. OOJJ fills.. We fir e s 3, . f 4131553 " CJK N ' , ,,.. nw ,. ...,. ...,,-.--- . tt" "" L, "' ' " ' 140 AT CAMP Q-gnrwnia MY T HF. B AND INDI vacuum.. URM- wmnms COMPANY F R' NT AT PQI R."k'L!E..O OFFICERS U 'Gw.BN'l'9J5 DAY M1L1TA1w SNAPsHoTs I4I N 1 Q1 gl' QW ,x ' 'Q . I me-g f- ff wav-1-pw YT W X iq . , , . , A '..L14:.,wiW:,.a1','m'..-fl.M wA.sie4kLL,m:Am X S Emulatin lv' ks l il! l g is illustrous ancestor, Don College once de- cided to uphold his Alma Mater in Athletics. Told by the coach to try a bit of tackling, he is amazed to find that the tackling dummy unaccountably tackled him. ATHLETICS FX ,X V, ff V , ff if" M WJ A C U ,Wi fel 'rf 'A Q! ffl .V fi Q ID 4' 9? C2 A il 6 6-1 7, ogg ld 3 J lp Ml xx X 'W N si as 5- in lf! f f is fill? If Q fn? Wg 1 jl s 'a x 1 X is X X: KY N T. . rx J . 1 lr , ttf 'G 'Q 5 Y Fx? Q, 1- N Q, Y kt Q 5 li l fwaffSH2H2f ., -THEQ E .l l, v--w4.1ff ,,:?2.2..fc, V X 2Q?2egg1QIlllms3nucnmnnnnlE?a1f?if-'WeE WALLACE W. WADE Allailbamaps Coachnng Staff The varsity Tide coaching ensemble proved its worth in handling the Crimson eleven of ,29. Confronted throughout the season with numerous and frequent obstacles to surmount before victory could be realized, the local mentors kept the morale of the team intact, giving their charges cour- age and impetus to fight that carried the eleven to a triumph in the majority of the battles engaged in. Headed by Commander-in-Chief William Wallace Wade, for the past several years director of the destinies of the Tide, the coaching staff of the 1929 campaign was really a versatile one. With Wade, an all-American himself, there was jess Neeley, a former all-around athlete at Vanderbilt and head coach at Southwestern for more than one season, assisting in getting the forwards in shape for each regulation affray. Then J. H. Hagan, once of the army, did his bit in helping both linemen and backs. "Hank" Crisp, the other member of the foursome andformer V. P. I. star athlete, labored diligently daily on the old Denny Field with the Tidemcn, as did "Shorty" Propst, All-Southern center of Alabama's 1926 team. The student body holds these men in its highest esteem. The COROLLA feels that they deserve this respect and even more for their ardent efforts with a team hit with the injury jinx that frowned on the ,29 grid aggregation. - ' Left to Right-CoAcnEs HAGAN, Paorsr, NEELEY, Ciusr AND WADE. X VK M -.-v-. ..-.--......-..- . 'W . W , ' ' f A- . , .......... . 2, , s 3, 2 ,e ugni we n s nw or ALABAMA gg i --1- kltx - I xL 1 I ' rw Y' 145 . My J The "' " Cllrumlb OFFICERS HLCH R Dcm1.1Nc: . . .... Pfrszdeni Llwls A SMITH . .... . . . . .I'i1'z'-Pzrmluzl XVILLIAM D. PAIl'l'I,0XV, -Ill. . ...... Sew-f'inf'J NVATSON JOHNSON . lllJlIUl'1ll'j' yvI'!'HSlH'l'I' MEMBERS HARRY PRl'l'CHlC'l"l' Iixrn' MCQUHI-:N ALR!-:R'r RLMORIQ Jon SHARP Hum: B. Mll.l.liR J. B. ROBIERTS Jul-'lf Husn, JR, ISHN SMx'r11 ICARL SMITH IC1.l,xs IIACLICR 'l'0NY HOLM Iin.l.v lIlcKs IIUGH S'l'ARI.INC Mm,vlN Vxxlas Luo 0'NlsAl. JACK W1l.smcR Tren Sl'li'l'Z SHERMAN Bla.-xl. xvAI.'l'I5R IIll.ClIliR EDGAR Donns Jm1N CAMPulal.l, XVII.I.I.'XM BROWN JOHN H. SUTHIER DAVE lim'K1N Jrass I2mcRn'r FRlcn SlNc'r0N RALPH MCR1r:n'r JIMMY MooRls JOHN Mu.I.rcR FRANK lI0wARn JACK MCfPUlRE Pmuv 'l'lsRRnaR JAMlas LINIJY Hoon XVALTON I,ANm' FRIED XVAMBSCAMSS I.naoN LONG "I':llIlIIi" KANTOR AL KRASKHC Jmc CAUSEY R0msR1' BRAm.m' JOHN Ii. FLHMMING CIIEORGE HLAC!! CHARLIIQ Ii. C1.nMEN'r COALII VVAHACR XVAIHE Co,-xcu IIHNRY CRISP COACH' DINR IIAPAN Conn Jvss NliIiI.IiY COACH J1MMx llxwoon 1 A-Cf". ,, . 5 'JJ - L . 146 ig- QP' 0 Sp-7'mjvl nt .OB O00 .OWL x2 M K A A Y . Quo ' Q I I X Kg XX x 0 X 5 0 X if 0 so l O 0 5 m DL Spnlzw lvoh h -, r 0 f 0 , 11 3 N Q N 5 L N P' I X 3 'T J. 4 we Q Q Some are born great, some achieve greatness, cAnd some have greatness thrust upon them. S hakespeare-Twelfth Night. 6' 5 X ,fl f ff-it 5. ff-15' f FUOTB LL "1 -we if i s--L 'rv' ' 'fwifff For - l ff' . 2 2-Qfjflvg V E 3,122 Q3 L ? S., r ji 9 Tribute to the 11929 Football Team A hard fighting, hard tackling, jam-up good team. These words sum up the estimation leading sports scribes and grid mentors of the Southland had of the 1929 Alabama Crimson Tide. Persistently confronted with that injury jinx, the '29 Tide stood always ready on the field of battle to defend its laurels. Always courageous, always scrapping, always in the best of spirits, never down-hearted, never disgruntled, the Crimson shim-ted lads encountered foe after foe of the toughest caliber. If ever a grid machine should have felt down-hearted, the ,29 Crimson should have. Starting the season with one of the smoothest working rear works south of the lVIason and Dixon line and a forward wall that possessed all of the power of one of the famous thin red lines, there seemed noth- ing to stop the boys in their march to the 'Southern gonfalon. But with the initial contest, Tide fandom saw their fond hopes blown to smithereens. Injuries tore the baclcfield completely to bits and incapacitated many of the liitemirn. But the boys plugged on in that true Alabama fashion and with the Alabama spirit staring them in the face at the start of each fracas, they just simply could not have their morale broken down. It was a great team, that y2Q crew. It was one of co-operation from start to finish. The stu- dents co-operated from the first to the last. It was all that could be hoped for. C.xv'r. "Bu,r.v" H lcxs --vi ,7.,.,,,3,,.,,.,-,mg 3.f,",QQ,., ,Q ,J-QI ,I D .-1 S, A-,'rff,, 'gy'. -L yu'-f -I 1, r 4.y1'e5'f""71 .J Q., - .S-.,i1' ji f 1, A ,, ia? L 35-of J 1 F,,.Q,-ffUs1,lsfm4 jf2J,., ,'?Qf1,j,.,- "f Ii- ' 148 M vggyk, :N N 'QJEJ-,, ,rf " T. X' N N M AAWW N v 'A" -' LF ...A, flifflffrif SQ -. , Q P 1 g.,14:4,-,c14icv,:,..:,, f :,j1.,,,a:f i ' i V f ,-, -elm-.4 gK,ki,f.f,L.,- J fi-in-:M -v-,-..a.4.-.. . .- Tribute to Wlllonyy' Holm A good, all-around, hard, clean playing back will be missing from the campus scene when Coach NVade sounds his clarion call for grid practice next fall. "Tony,' Holm, that all-American fullback who indelibly stamped his name in 'Bama football history, will be absent from the fold of the fall aspirants. Chosen as an all-American and given a further distinct honor of being picked by Andy Kerr as the regular varsity fullback for the Eastern eleven that encountered a VVestern all-star array on New Year's day in San Francisco, Tony deserved it all, for he was diligent in his work and clean to the bone in his playing. He proved to be the kind of a lad that any moleskin aggregation would feel proud of. He played in every battle and his work was so uniformly excellent that it is difficult to differentiate between his performances. When Kentucky seemed destined to place the Wildcats in the win column in that immortal struggle in lVlontgomery, Tony came to the rescue and with his powerful drives carried the boys to victory. Wlieii pointers were needed in the Tech cmbroglio, he was there ready to de- liver the goods, and deliver he did. It may be a long wait for local fandom before they possess another man of the prowess of l-lolm, for he was a ball of fight, drive and hard play rolled into a ray of encouragement for the crip- pled Tide to car1'y on. i gm "ToNv" lflomi i ti" 'li i f , l ,149 I -A fffxf vfl!.:f4'?.1.if fQ"'Af' if ' ""Qf,1,ff' Q ,f,,' ,,.-,Q. .... ,Q.f'.f'QT'Nf , , y , .LFE ,ff--tVl,'4t.I!7AwxI hx A V ll ll nl ll H VINWS HICKS VVHAVHR MELVIN USNAKEU VINES SAM WEAVER Back "Snake," the last of the Rose Bowl heroes, played the final game of his football career when he handed in his uniform after the Alabama-Georgia fracas Thanksgiving. The Alliance lad first gained a place on the Tide eleven in 1926 and won a name for him- self for his splendid endeavors in the Stanford go on the Pacific coast. He did not get going this year until the latter part of the conference fight when he was used in the role of a signal barker, replacing the in- jured Hicks. End Sam was another guardian of a wing post who could not he thwarted in his efforts to mow down the op- posing offense. At the early part of the year he like a "VVu" VVinslett, slumped slightly at the looked halfwav mark hut recovered his accurateness at the v V latter part of the fight and he looked like a stone wall to every hack of opposing camps when they attempted to pass. CAPTAIN BILLY Hicks Quarterback Captain Billy terminated a very successful career on the grid for the Tide with the current campaign. In 19:8 he was selected on . t elevens, hut this season, due to injuries, he was held hack. However, he leaves greatest of respect for him hy the entire student body. numerous 'xll-conference if the Capstone with the , . 1 HICKS fffrzfrfrlizlj, Igllfl' t ,f ABIiRl.lNli, 'rrcxas , . ri 1 1 , X, Aux- EI: wviglit 14503 height l ll N in il ' A -., ' - 1 . up . pr, K - K ,'-Qi, x ' . . . ' ,nr-. .L rs. va , . e. , '71 K ,JI Xe' K -5, -if l -:Q xjf A lf , 'e . .J fn! .sim ' ' L . I "Hg,...'v, - ,t a , 1 'l2,i?:'.'3,' A A t.. by W VINES, Bflfi f VVEAVER, Em! ALLIANCE. ALABAMA I nuuvuxonam, ALABAMA AKD 347 W0lLClli 1531 lu-lxllt 5 Fl, 11 in. Agn- 235 wt-ight 1825 hclght li it ...A ' +. - A-:"'.4f' .fr M I4-.'g,,1 lfw, " fini? ' ,:'- x'4Jf..'.J.L.L5.i' 'i.-.:. -J-- v-ii-55" ' Q ,fXy7QL'f.gQ1t,i.,,4,,V,j1"s ,EVM 1 1, " ' ' . IJ' ' f N - w ,.,1Q.f-E5 .U-,gl ' w.:'V""'.t 'rj jr' ' ji if ,A-'TA-f , jQk..,.fiiJi.lis,d...,.::.i.5QT...l..QEMSMJ:Lehi:is' my A wif ' J 4 -,.. .... ..,,,--..,-, .,.,. - ..,,. ,, .,,. Q.- -.,,.- . .... ....,e-...,,,,. .4-Ag, up-LL, 150 f . 'Sv . AY U.. . .. ---f . - AV- f v, -V . f f'-:,-"1'::f,.s rv'm1,,,r'i,fr'f .-.til ,f,.,?,. -- ,. , ' 1 HOLM C.XMl'l!IiI.l. MeRlGu'r BERNARD PATRICK QQTONYJ, HOLM RALPH MCRIGHT All-American Fullback "'l'ony's" name will go down in history with the immortals, Stephenson, I-Iubert and Mack Brown, as one of the greatest backs ever to don a Crimson uni- form. Chosen by the Associated Press and other im- portant bodies for the mythical All-American combine, he was regarded as the hardest plunging rear works man in the nation. On not one single All-Southern team did he fail to register. Back Playing his second year for the Tideman, Mac stepped into a varsity role as a rear worksman. He was used at a halfbaek post during part of the sea- son and was tried at the signal barking berth in a Couple of settos. Ar both he proved equallv adept. One of the chief characteristics of the plav' of this muscular lad was his superb blocking. F JOHN RANDOLPH ilMONK,, CAMPBELL All-Southern Back Mention Again "Monk" stood out in the Tide offense. Dur- ing the 1928 Hag Chase he was touted far and wide as one of the best executors of the spin play ever wit- nessed on a Dixie gridiron. He continued his mar- velous work in '29, though he became prominent more for his sweeping wing trots than for his spinning endeavors. lie was placed in the role of a quarter- back for a number of games and proved to possess a clear, thinking head on his shoulders. Nlllilll 111 1,1 l-,lil Homl. lfark liNSl.liY, A l.AI'iAMA Agn- 21: weight 180: luriglit, I5 It 1. ' 'f 4, 5, ,fm ,., X. t .sv-3.fgv-f-,l7-p-.5ft'- 3-.5-, -l-4 , K 'A ' ' .i.-if frigid? ' 151 MCRIGHT. llmrk RUSSlil.l.Vil.l.li, Al.AliAMA Ax-Ci' 22: weight 182: ilt'll.Q'ill li 2" M fs 9 A f jn'5"f'72 f. ffvfm1Hffj'g?,TQ-..1'QL7.f..',,' -Ht , " . FQ, 'Q .a.x.l,at-d ll'.a.lij'gj'i i,n,,4,f. ,:,,,f!f,,g.-, :few Ney 1'-.1 '-. W., .., , AW , , had frvf - -M, ,wvvr ,,,, - W W ,,,, v,.,...-,..-.. - . -- 'r s--1" ' -f 's ' N .dl lil ll lll 1 S'l'ARl.ING M. SMITH CLEMEN1' HUGH "GooBER" STARLING ALTERNATE-CAPTAIN MOLTON SMITH Guard Second Team, All-Southern Tackle "Goob" is a fine example of a hard-working, con- Moley, a product of the Magic City schools, ended scientious football player. Playing his final year for the Crimson colors, the Troy boy covered himself with glory whenever he was sent into the thick of the fight. He always delivered the goods when called upon to do so and was one of the best liked men on the varsity squad. his football career at ,Alabama when he tossed away the moleskin after the final whistle of the Turkey Day battle with Georgia. This angular person was re- garded as one of the most capable Southland this season, being placed eleven of virtually every All-Southern CAPTAIN-ELECT CHARLES "FooTs" CLEMENT4 linemen in the on the second selection. All-Southern Tackle Mention "Foots," though he did not receive the press praise with as much frequency as some of the other mem- bers of the 'Hama varsity, the Rover, Ark., lad was really one of the mainstays of the forewall. He was as tough as the Rock of Gibraltar to move and he tackled with keen, accurate precision. As leader of the 1930 Tide forces, he bears the good will of the student body and, from present indications, will vie for an All-American berth during the ensuing race. diX STARLING, Guard TROY, ALABAMA Agn 225 wt-ight 180, height 6 ft. CLEMENT, Tackle ROVER, ARKSA NSAS Ago 239 weight 2055 height 6 4-X ,. X , ft. 2 ln. , , qi, T14-ffl A - . - . -W' "r'1Arf7r"fm?'jv'fe1f7v"-Ties? ,"fr7.:i 5: fifsf...w2 "f' .1,9,J f .i . 61, argl: ' . W -,,----..,.,,i...,....,..,-....------- -A---- ' A . Ll t-r-f-rv-'y3fp5"'vsefw'-w swat-E-Wes if fix, WV-. .H-A -M 1 , s ,N . . A "lf-7?--fqfw 'J - -if sa 7l til ' sa if Dj ffl texte: ff-l1.fu-.rw fy A ' m:altQ.1:.,lEl.9. is ll it Vyl.g:,,,g..l,-'J , .M rr A- 1 Smcq-ON MCQUIEEN J. MILLER FRED SINGTON BILLY MCQUEEN All-American Tackle Alternate Captain-Elec! Freddie, playing his second year under the Tide banner, proved to be the hulwark of the Crimson de- fense. In every contest he shined brilliantly and for his efforts he was rewarded by garnering a position on every All-Southern team selection and on numerous All-American outfits. Freddie will serve as alternate- captain next season. Manager The joh of managing a foothall team is one of great responsibility, one that imputes a will to work under the greatest strain at any time. This was the post that Billy was assigned to during the past season. The Tuscaloosa chap saw the Tide through all of their difliculties and exhibited a knowledge of what a well-rounded manager's duties are. JOHN MILLER Guard The huge lineman was one of the most consistent performers on the Tide squad. I-le worked hard prior to every contest and was rewarded for his efforts in the regulation games hy proving to he a stone wall to the forwards opposite him. He is only Il Junior. SINGTQJNI Tmgl-lg Joi-IN MILLER, Gum-fl BIRMINGIIAM, ALABAMA C'5N'l'RF, ALMMMA Agn 19: welirht 210: height 12 ft, 2 in, Age 2413 weight 1853 height 5 ft. 11 in. ,, . N 1 .,.,,,..,,..,,. .,-.ew-l of--'.-' --'-1-Wy:-r-fr Pj vrme -V-uw-A fe , ,, . ,N ,J ,- , 'Y' f ,,,w"'?fVlf,-E ra. ,l,Q'.-tm, f -. A A ' - tg, H "5 K -V 4, ,ws ,,...-s-.,..-.,- ...e---.fr-Qt, . l . ri- 2.53 XYl'i1-flll 175: l1oly.:'ht 5 I't. ll in. fy ,NX ..-,. -,.-.-. ,. ,.,, ,,,-.,,-,,,,-,,, ,,A,-W1., ,, ,, , , i ,. -. .. M, ,N V, i rw- - f' ,. 1 .LJ ,g- 'f 'v"Y"" 'E' ,N r'f'r"r'1':-".'r"Q'pf'1'f"1v"'I""'"' 1."""J' "5 Y "f Y le' T-Y befor! A3-um,-11 ttE'..Hrym 40.1.5 yt ,ty - xg-fm lt! .53 ,I '1 Q5 Zn.-2 ffJ,Ei.4 :lis1'.'lf5L,f.Q:Zl fig: .Eif.m:. " SUTIIHR Emcxnr MOORIQ OHN HENRY 'QFLASI-1" SUTHER AMES MOORE All-Southern Halfback Mention Known as one of the greatest foothall players in prep circles of the state of Alahama, "Flash" seems predestined to outdo his high school record as a mem- her of the Alabama rear works. During his Sopho- more vear here he went like a house arire until in- jured in the VVisconsin tussle in Madison. This year Kentucky could not stop lmn and he got away for more than one neat little pranee down the greens- ward in thc 'l'ornaclo hattle. Second Team All-Southern End jimmy, an Anniston hoy, gave the home town folks something to read ahout this year when he Cavorted around a 'Bama terminal with the ease and experi- enced play of an Oosterhaau. Against the Bluegrass Regioners he proved an ohstaele in the path of their highly touted hacks and in the Tech fray he was in- vincihle. Also he had a hig day in the losing iight against the Commodores of Vandy. JESS EBERDT Second Team All-Southern Center Another Arkansas hoy proved to he one of the il- luminating features of the Crimson VVave's forward wall in jess. Despite injuries incurred throughout the campaign, the huge gridster played a smack-up game vy . at all times and the Atlanta sports critics were all for handing him an All-American post after his wonderful performance against the doughty jackets. l' Ill Roi I ellie: lll.Y'llllaVIl.l.l:, ARKANSAS 'Y Su'rnna, Iinrk 'l'USCAl.00SA, ALABAMA few Moons, End ANNISTON, ALABAMA Age 203 weight 167: In-ight ti ft. 1 ln 5 V, -' 1f":,- -1 1't1'1'4'j'f'f"i"'lY' A "'fW"f ' 1 1 'W-. ev A 1, - gin! if' gif -- .. f K r..-,ij wifi? 'wad I3 wel ' ' 'Y A t ' ''r'iW',fsv"':':'-W-'fn,'T"'--1' - V ' ,ff 'M 1 M Wf ',..,jfe ,.,g-A-4- ' - J , W " 'f'M"xmf1.'3.N rn, ,xI,.,f'1"--,H,,.-.,. , A ,, 'LTI ,Q:,,"s V-iff, 0 X j? D ' it ., J vjijzfxf ,ij px lf " f " 11 fgZlQ,,,j4,,,1,,,gEAepWflf?ifiij3,ilall Af? wif e' 42" 5-.,...'?.s. Borxxu Ilowmum Inst: DAVE BOYKIN, Back, Guard LEON LONG "Dad" showed his value to the Crimson team by thc versatility of his play. Injuries prevented him from performing as regularly as some of his teammates, but when he did play he was a demon on two feet. VVhether he is used in the line or backfield next year is of little consequence, as he undoubtedly will come through in creditable fashion. Halfback Another line blocking hack was found in the per- son of Long, a tough customer for all opposing teams. He was hard as a rock and when he blocked Il mill! pursuing one of the Alahamians the would-be tackler never got his fingers near the runner. Next season he should prove to bc one of the best blocking backs in Dixie. FRANK HOWARD Guard The husky youngster proved to bc a power in thc Crimson front line of attack with his ferocious tack- BOYKIN. Guard PARRISII, ALABAMA Ago 243 wr-Ighl. 1805 height 5 I't 11 ling and cock-sure blocking. lie was adept at bring- ing the backs down to earth and preventing thc op- posing linemen from breaking through by him and nail- ing the Tide backs. How.-xan, Gunn! MOBILE, ALAIIAMA Ago 203 wt-lghl ITS: ll:-iglil J I'l. ll in. Ago 2153 LONG, lfrzrl' llALliYVll,l.lZ, ALABAMA wt-ix-:'bL 1753 In-lglil 5 l't.. 'I ia. ' - e,A,f'..j,g f " .f2L" "f" 2":j "t' l"' ' tlitlflMEiRSlmYt9m' 1 We -L i.2i"f.r Jr rji,f:5,rg13i3gg:z b 155 V4 13,174 T, ':ff2Qi 1vLq.2,Eg ,-,, -... V' --- 5 V A -1 Mig' ' ' X si, at el ikw l tfw e'tA.Ti4p7..ffvl55 so 5 Jf Q- Agn' BEALH SHARPE ELMORE BUCKY BEALE AL ELMORE End End Bucky, as usual, exhibited a stellar, jam-up brand Hard working Al again played a neat brand of of ball. Being his last year to play for a 'Bama eleven, ball on the terminals. This lanky customer gave splen the Ohio boy was consistent throughout, bringing the did exhibitions in every engagement he took pirt in bacon home whenever sent into the thick ofthe fight. The foes could not draw him either out or in and This season he registered with the coveted award of he was a constant menace to the opposition 'mt all a second letter. times. His next year may be his best. JOE SHARPE Center When injuries hit Eberdt, the regular pivotman, Joe was called upon to perform relief work, and no bet- ter substitute could be asked for than this rangy prod- uct of Mobile. He tackled often and in a certain man- ner and was seldom forced out of the way when the opposition attempted a play over him. SHARPE, Cwzlrfr MOBILE, ALABAMA Aga- 21: welglit 1755 lxeiglit fi ft, 2 in. BIEALIQ, Em! ELYRIA, OHIO 2-Ip weight 1liT:'l1eI9:l1t 5 I't. 10 in Ain' 22' Emxione, Em! GORDO, ALABAMA weight. 172: luelirht 156 Agro 205 wt-ight 1505 llc-ight In ft. S in f'1g0g 715: -5-if-nr'., 'VT f ,ire-5 ',,r-.'i'E1'g'1'w-j-f'r'fX"P'tf, ,f gg-lug ,.z5...fi53Hyajl Q,,s,,p1,Ci l lxfi,glL,fi,fVh1 ,Q Q1 .gg-1 , , , ,, ,. . , , .L L .L . . .sell ull H. MILLER B. Smrrn Busu HUGH B. MILLER EFF BUSH Back Back A product of the Delta State, I-Iugh, the lightest man in camp, performed a good joh when he was placed in the lineup. Ile was sent into many a hattle after the scoring of a touchdown to add the extra point and delivered like a veteran. He, too, has two more seasons of play here. BEN SMITH Back The midget hack came through in fine style his ini- tial year on the Alabama varsity. Due to injuries sustained early in the season, he was not ahle to prove his true worth the entire duration of the race, hut his educated toe and his shifty moving hips were well respected by the enemy when he was in the lineup. lien, hrother of Captain Earl of the '28 Tide, lived up to the Smith name hy practicing diligently and giving his hest whenever called upon to do so. In more than one melee Big Ben made his appearance known hy his ploughing tactics and general all-around defensive play in addition. HUGH B. MILI.ER, Back I'IAZELHURS'l', MISSISSIPPI BILN Smlru, End IIALFYVILIF AIAIIAMA Age 19' wvlght 199' lu-l'-'lit 'i ft EFF BUSH, lglllfl' 'I'USCAl.00SA, ALABAMA ' vigil-ffl H 4. it -'f- - Xsf-'livin-l5,,l,,5iiZ-if 1 gun. ,V . N . xv Age 205 weight 1503 lielglit 5 ft. 8 ln. x f A ,T ,Aw M . , Y V .e-We A-M-f---Y-we f f A- H2-1-i.f-X Cm rTHJ-wI'i?Til Q A ta , ., o 5324 fi' X , I 4 I ' ' '7?11fg7f7"T,2?f1e Q-5 E,f..5i9lLEL., Q .1 ifffif Ns. nf: 1 Tony Holm is shown here getting ' Y, , away for a long end run in the Chat- rr, I4 "4 tanooga game, with McWrigl1t and . 1, V, . . , 4. 1 Boykm paving the Way. Alabama 4', bl, defeated the S. I. A. A. champions, ", 46-0. The Alabama-Sewanee game is con- sidered among fans as one of the most colorful games of the season, being surrounded by a wreath of friendly tradftion. Alabama encountered the erratic but brilliant Georgia team on Thanks- giving. Tony is shown startfng on a 40-yard run, the longest of the game. , f ..Lh,3,,Mk Mi n i nn 158 i 5 1 ,L View of Alal1ama's new stadium filled to capacity on Homecoming Day with 'Bama's Mill.'o11 Dollar Band in the form of an "A" play- ing the fllma Mater. Alabama reached top form in downing its great rival, Georgia Tech, 13-0. Freddy Sington is shown pre- paring to block Stumpy Tlmmassvn, while Long gets away for a long one. Determined fighting spirit Was the outstanding characteristic of Ala- bama's 1929 team. An illustration is given below of the close and spirited play of the Alabama-Georgia game. -A . , d -pl , , I .D 0 " G ' ' l '- A -., yu vi' 1 ,2 i,fXf5'af'T1- "Wi '4' '- "'fd'1"i' SM- A--Q r ft, i H 4, 'Q if 1 "'-f n'i.'ff'i'T'i'i""" "1 ' 5' 'Y L gf .-gi-432: Q ' ,W .43 .4 .Q ., . .' Q. -'-' . , gl . K1 h ,l X I . tl , Ti - ' ,, M. M mfnhq h YW : '-,L z . A eva.. . 'fgr- ..Mq-w. "1-x ,. ' ,A . 'T .:s- ' . ' 1 f u efw . -.ff-.5 'A - I -- f .,, ' . I ,, ,fg -N,. ' 'v o '- rm- 'M .t ..' , 1.-W 53151 4:5-i-,,. U I . '- I. .. ,gf , , , ' 'y' 1.44 . 1.135 V ,Ji Ig,,6g:,i"""l ' "gmt h ,., ,. 1 3- -.M - gl-.,.g11.?,-1 . ' s -'!g:Q,,--..i .,, 4 K, I -Q "Lg 1.,,'1'.. ew. .JJ-A ,.. ',, wi A 'A'ii'i-'W' 1 wT5Qfgg.'3:W ' f r 5211.. . 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J-1. -M jf ff -1 - . - A "" - v ,. . ,, .- -1:1 LJ-T H: -1-'ag ,. J- 541- -- Jn. , '- -. r --A, 1. Eff-4x9'33cfWf'K+ Y.z1::-iJ',.':Pwit'i: if - , wf'.-15? Q' - 9- A +"' 'V ' , gs ,'-"f',.s.ff..1"::'-'- ff 7 1-"" re-f -L --4 f . -L: -'. - .uf . 159 Reserves Jlil-'lf COLEMAN flsxislzlfll fflhlvlic D irL'clnr loo 11111d1 DIZIISL Lfmnot be glVUl the ILSLIVLS H'u'd g111Lll111g XV0llx day 'lftu diy, NVltl1OLlt the glmy SLllI'0LlIld- mg the 111011 f0XtLlllE1tC playus, takee 1 1110 pcx Lent 111111 to st'111d up to It These ll'lLIl ue 111 of th lt The men whose PILUIILQ 'lppcu 011 thuc two pages Lutunly dcselve full mc-11t1o11 of than LIIISCHISII Lffmts Iu1fPr1gz L QIINIINIQ BROWN H1,Te1111xsox JALK- SON Summ R 1'IlMINC l'ow1rR Fmseo BOWERS Rf100XIY NORTON 61101111 Ingz XV1111xxoR111 B1 IAN111r MONEY, Housmx C11 srx Blumv Qmms ANSLEY, Hoon 1 Y':'i.,, 160 1 'T if V1 1-'ft V W mii'Xf""X A' W If i 1 Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Total , -. C ff oz., ss,.?,..'f,J,,xg .2 Varsity Schedule for 1929 . . 555 Mississippi College . .225 Ole Miss . . . . . . 465 Chattanooga . . og Tennessee . . . 355 Sewanee . . og Vanderbilt . . .245 Kentucky . . . . 143 Georgia Tech . . O2 Georgia . . .x96. 'ff--.X . ,... .. .., .. ,, .,,,, in A 5 fir, 4.5-,, -. f -M:-fa ff fW7"'i1n"" A ' .2 ,. J. B. ROBERTS, Head Cbffr Leader .Ty in-,. ,T .,,lr:,I,T 2 'Ji 'f V, - Ea,1iLiifl,rfp.f,a.il...gfai.: ,ie Azfsggex, Jkt ..,.A .awww g-ml New ,,,, ,,,,,,,, .... -. ,. -..- .. -, .1 1 61 J., , M W ,nh ..,... .- ....,.,. Md, ...M, .,,,,. .1-lm,-.... ,... gf... ,, V , ,, ., A gf .ri A " :1 'Q Hr' ' " ,,,. , ' yn- ' ' 'Qi,1.1, f- ":j.-jj 31214,-'1i,lf'fiF.' A' f2f'2ig'9ij at A' 1 ' re ' Freshman Football Season The Baby Crimsons of Alabama won three out of the four games engaged in on the grid during the past campaign. Tulane's Ripple was the only outfit to take the Tidemen in tow. Howard, Georgia and Birmingham-Southern were the teams to fall before the Hagoodmen. Tulane defeated the locals, 20 to 6, while Howard was beaten 6 to 0, Georgia 47 to I2 and Birmingham-Southern I2 to O. The boys climaxed the season with the Georgia affray here. - John Cain, former Sidney Lanier High luminary, and Hillman Holley, all-South- ern prep back for the championship Tuscaloosa High eleven of 1928, were the big guns in the offense of the yearling ensemble. These two boys not only clipped the terminals and rushed off tackle for many lengthy gains, but also could pass and boot the oval. They are now being groomed for varsity positions. Other backfield stars included Tucker, Cochrane, Walker' and T. Fain. In the Georgia encounter Walker just simply could not be stopped and in the Southern affray he was one of those who were mainly responsible for the close victory registered. In the forward wall Swaim, Antoncich, Taylor, Gandy and Baker gave good accounts of themselves at the wing berths. Swaim and Taylor were especially out- standing. The tackles included Barker, Porter, Godfrey and Laslie. The two latter men mentioned were the real shining lights, each doing credit to themselves in each of the quartette of fights engaged in. hliller, Ray, Turner, Frey, Freeman and Gates held down the guards in fine fashion, Nliller usually doing the most spectacular wo1'k. Clement was the first string pivotman. His marvelous endeavors during the 1929 season should aid him considerably in his quest for a regular berth on the 1930 edition of the Crimson VVave. Holman also cavortcd around the post. g , i. ti'a 1115? 9 , t'a'a" "" "a ' A """ "' .,..,gj- ,Q ,gf-gr g get ,r ,gMljglNER5lTY Ol' ALABAMA .L A f , ., as ij, ..,,-s--.. ...., ,.s. - ,W---..,,---...--..--..wm----- four " 'Tigy A 162 ' xx ,It x if nf fa I f ,X 'fi Ei gi at in 3- a wif , 1" I 'DU ,, L ., , H X h xx- , X ' '99-.,.w1:f ' r ' i V j: " 4- , .,, ,V ,V , I' fl f fl "'Qv'-vm-, ., ,'. ,, ..- K- rs , My X N A H w A Q ,f . K. X v J I ff . l Y if Q vmn'y':,.-'mxwww-mp!-','""I'Y1",. , - ., . . ,,,,, ,A I k A M Q 1 1 U- Y' J 5 2 if L E+- ' ef A iv I 4 Q: X f Q 4 K' Q if X K t ' w vi '24 O ' 1 ' Bl, P -- 3 X FN r Q t J gs Q W ,A M X ii X wh ' A X If I I X f 2 f 7 f E 74 X G I is ,1 E X K' X , A f S gi ' I g 5 x I . z M Q Q N 1 "Mmmm Ni-M W fxx I ff Y ,I A WHA! NSS X 'Z f' :-1 'W' N-'W -2-3 ' -..T .,QQZ..- .M M., He ne,er presumed to make an error clearer In short, there never was a better hearer. 'Byron-Don juan. ASEE LL . Z, -..M .. A-..,, V N Vwvrfgilill, 1'?M:'f'L1f9FYf":l:I 4 ' L .,.,,.,A l".,' ,. ,- o ,., L , f llovlcm FLLLMLM: S f ,' f' 1 N DAVE BOYKIN, Outfiela' "fill lJ'LLl" wus om- ul' llu- ha-sl ul' lln- h:Lr:l sw::I.l:-rs on I 1 L L thc- post, sl-:Lson's 'I'::l:-. Also hm- vonlll ll hl lhn- Ir:Lll :Ls :L hig I:-:L1.:'Lu-r nnnl wus nov:-r known to lil- clown on thu- joh. hn Ho h:Ls two Lnoro yl'lLl'S lr:-l'0ro h J. E. FLEMMING, Infelder "Sandy" wus thu :nun who was c:Lllucl upon lo ra-li:-vo s v oll 'L rl-ll:-I mm: Gao NVht'lll'Yl'I' lu-rl-ss:Lry mul hm- was u. go . us wouhl hr lmnmi for. llls ll:-l:Iln:.: ond ls:Ll work was 4-qnnlly cr:-dltnhlc. FRED SINGTON, Pitcher-Outfelder As il nilulnlr l"r:-ll was :L llHll'Vl'l. As il lly-snznlrlmlmr, llZLl'll-lllltlllllf outllclcll-r. ho stood on ll,ll 1-quul status. AL 1 tio ol th: L:LnLr1ll-.ll hm posslssul not onlv IL thu- ll'l'llllHl.' n ' L ' 1: ' L ..', .A U L 'L :L mon- than :L .300 hot.- Ilnf- twlrllm: r:-L-orll, hnl. :llsc hll ling.: :LVL-rngo. TED SPETZ, Pztclver . Anollwr str-:uly nxonnmhnnn wus Sl-plz, who work:-rl his s:-roxnl gr: ' ln cw-imsou rolor:-L. 1"1'XV l'ill'lll'd l'l,lllS XVl!l'l' W ll l'o1.g'IStm-:'1':l nfl' ol' his oI'l':-Vlnprs :Lnd ho XVELS :L ll'U,llLll :Ls rl-- pmrlls work. 01-IN HOMER TANKERSLEY, Slvortstop "'l'llllIC" nlnyod hs-:Lds up lmll ln cv:-ry umhrogllo hc f-nl-2':L::1'd ln. lI:- pullvcl tho h:Lll out ol' tho dust ln thr- short ll:-hl :Ls FL XV:Lgnc-r :Lml XVILS :Llmost :Ls 1-oxlslstn-nl. nt lhr- swlnglng oi' the hlnllgvon. ,' VA N , :- 4 IIILCIIER LNGLON Sl'Ii'l'Z 'l':LNKERsl.EL' WALTER FRANK I-IILCHER, Pitcher Always rm-:uly lo go lhc nln:-Villnlng' routu. llilcllur, with hls Llllllrcnt lllbl!l'llll-Y, o:4l::hllslL:-:I :L nn-nl rucorll on the lllllllllilld for tho 19211 '.l'l:lv. lla- wus uno ol' tho llllllll- sL:Lys ol' tho monlnl stuff, FRED W. WAMBSGANSS, Second Base A I-Z'l'lUlllllll' ol' tho '28 yn-:Lrling ranks, XV:Lmhy pl-rforlmsrl his clulirs ln :Ls c:Ln:Ll:lo :L nmnnor :Ls :L va-ta-rrm. Ile work:-:l ilu- lu-ystone hm: :Ls :L hh: ll'lll-Yll0l', proving to he :L VL-ry l1nport:Lnt GUI-'I ln the innvr works nl' the Tide. or-IN MILLARD CAMPBELL, Pztclver 'Pho :Luc of thu rubber mn-n of tho Tlde gave his best during his lllllll Cillllllllll-fll nnllor tho Crimson lmnnor. "VVhlLoy" gnvn :L crnclltuhlo llf'f'0lllll. nl' hims:-ll' whunovor rzxlh-:l upon tn do vhurl- clullcs. EDGAR CLEVELAND DOBBS, Pztclver Anothm-r twlrllng' llllllllllllj' wns l'f-nml in Lln- lrl'l'r-lull ol' "l!u:l:ly" lmhhs :L Sophomore. 'Pho olfnnxzltc-ll Ind Dx- hlhlivd IL Ulm- L-lL:Ln1:.'0 ol' 1111.00 und :L good. fast lmll. He has two morv Sl'llN0l'lS to play. JOE GEE, Third Base .Too was not only :L skillful hnnfller of the pill, hut wns :L !'I'lf'llllL7l' with tho sllrlc also. llo fl:-hlod :Ls I1 vrftornn shonhl :Lnll t:Lnpml with tho mullet rennslstvntly. I-To was fl rvnl lmll player. S X - G. ' R Vg WAMLLSGANSS CAMl'lllil.l. Donns Gnu : ya: f 'f"21"f'TyT2'fT??TifVsy'i1f2f'5l:'1:fQ A A-Qfiflll' 2 A ,g,,,zi"'fr 923' f fn. 1 V V H H -V,.. ., ..... .... . , , - X-f,f,,,,..," " ' L64 N .. 7 l l ,Q 1,--, l l , l ,.., , , , L. . ., . ' x ' ' U, . . A . A' "O K D" 6 X , LN-X . ,f ,- , , lx - Q , - -sa' it . 5. 'W' 1 XY ' 1 A A ' .N f 'Sin' E I V, . X H1 'rf ..,-Xxx ' .f '-A I , .W -L l Q X. I . ,. ...a l.. as . I, AA . s 'Q . ' 1 ,Elia ' 5, 5 . it N rx.L, i X - , .X X I ,Il Q Q ,,,n. ,"' ..I., ' ' ' ' fi ..,-2-f l . A i . . , Wnsmqk LONG HOWARD SAM-'ORD 'l'1aRRuaR ACK WILSHER, Outfeld RALPH MCRIGHT, Outfeld .lain-lc, lxlziylng his svvuxiil sl-zisuh for llle- Alzxllzlmzi nine. "Illzu'." ul'liin:ul'ily ll lDlU'lll'l', was l'nhx'l-I-11-nl into in O 1-:mic In I'Ol' his slmi'-u ul' thu- lmhurs hy Ill-lclim.: in i.:'l'L-:ll lll-llll-1' :md sm-h imrovl-ll IO lu- :1 wls- nluvi- :ls hm- slip in Styli- :xml hitting: In lhl- pin!-lu-s. lla- was Om- ull thl' lhl- lmi'xl-lliilv to :ill l'0l'll0l'S Ol' Lhl- IOL ilzlily. ll: is xl lm:-els-SL wlwlu-rs on ilu- squaul mul was il vallimlrlm- ussi-L. lu ln- lil-:wal l'1'Om with lwu lll1l'l vi lm in pq., LEON LONG, Outfela' 1 GEORGE BLACK, Catcher A ll1Ll'il-llllllllpl' lmzn. Thzll was ln-un lmhz:, who pluyn-il lI'.M'lIff'g fn" f"'1':'0I .l"'S""l'4' ll.i"'liNl'1l'- f:4"l'l-54' lllll H1 ll his mum! SWLSUH for thi. ,limp in .wr HU nHml,m.M.I,'l ll N UNL galil lll .lu -lllllhllll llllllllllll. '1lIll'll hl- was 4 lllcll his pusitlun wr-ll in thi- iran-ill-n :mil lllspluyl-il :ln 1-yu for mil." :fl "l" vf'fl'f"l in 'ill' '.hl"lf.'l' ull" l'i'l""- Ulf l ' tht, lm,-N.1,1,l,. Um-lr Wim ,-x,.01l,.,1 by I-ML ri:ll?mlLm3lu- ilulxl- thu lull in 1-lllall. sigh-, hui li'-0 h 1- - : '. FRANK HOWARD, Catcher FRANK ELLIS, Pztclver Though only al, Sophonioru, l1'runk slrpln-ll into :1 'l'illl- l"l'illlli plzuyn-cl his lnsl yi-zu' l'm- ,xlglhgmm in -q md llllll'lll'lll :ll thu Opl-ning' ol' thi- dizlniunll Sl'ilS0ll :uni with lc-I'l thc- ll:llrsl41m- 1'i-ml-mlxl-rl-ll :ls rmr- who would ll thu l-yn--ups-Ill-1' Ol' thc- sf-:usual saw lllll4lHl'll' in the roll- nl' :lllluinsl :my mills with :1 smlll-. ilu hull an v:ll'ic-fl lullll llrsl Htl-lm.: 1-1-cl-lvl-1'. Ill- should lmvl- :l l.:'l'i:1l ye-:ir In '30 lion ul' l'lll'V4-S that wvrl- ll:lm:4-runs in :ill nplmsilinn 41, with his mlcli-ll 1-xpl-i'lO11l-O, 1-fwuhtl-1-l-d. ' I-IU T ' I-IERMAN EDWARD SANFORD, Fzrst Base , H GH S ARLING- Plffffff 'pl N .-H-Midi., 1' lhp hligiql Wwk w.l. ml, ul- th, ml- f"'fll' was known '1-1 'I ll'Il'Kl lll'lll lu l'-nw-v hy ill lnl WVIIIHZI Kllllllrlullfi -' nl' lh-1 1--il wi-11-:OT1'4 :V'l'illlNllll ill. mlm mm" Hu' S"uth"l'n """'."""""" "i"""H- 'HS "UW U ll ' ' 'W' " 'N I l"' ' " ' ' 1' ' l-lim: lmll was not nm- ln lu- pl-lvl-ll wllh whll-h Xl ns lxi wuz-: llll 1ll1'l'L llf-Ill '1' :lnll :L vi-ry Il1IllI.Il'l'IyilS lmlnlnn. llw- wus will-ll :ls lhl- ln-SL ul' lhf- 1-OnI'1-ri-m-u llrsl hzisi-ml-n. ill-lim-ll hy his nl-:ul rl-1-o1'il p::1l'll4-1' ll. ROBERT RAMQAY lllanczger .IAMES PHU-I-IP TERRIER, "Ill-cl" was ilu- lciml Ol' ll. lllllll wlm slmulll hu This fly-Smit:-l1ln:.: lliaimnmll-4-1' was :l lMlWl'l' tn lhl- '29 lmsl-lmll 1-nsl-mlxll-. lli- we-nl :ilmul mg l,uS1n,.Ss ,U lmll 4-luh, lll- ,Il-rin-ll thi- zllipll- out nl' lhl- Ozone in his :mil lllflllSfl'l0llSlX :lull nllll :ill lhzll was :lslu-rl nl' him X usiml mutt:-1'-Ol'-I'zu'l l'lllllll'll'l', ziml, in lllltllllllll, hll rnllu-1' will n whim'1n-i'. lll- wus hr-Ill in thi- hii.:'h--sl 1-l-51,141 in 1-onsl:-ill-lilly. ill- was llll0l,ll1'l' ul' lhl- lllll'4l-Xl'lll'lilllgl type-. flli nl' lhs- lllzmmmll-1-PQ Y -..l' f 1' -is -Q . l ' --7 :rn Q f MCRlGll'l' BLACK I3LL1s S'l'AkI,lNC RAMSM f -. V. '-"lift" . g -I Xl Mn. l ' 165 - 2 it HE' - 3: XX X QL is -J" 7- 3 w 3- q . fx, P i -- W ..., e:....--.t,,. Coacu "HANK" Crust +2 +- The Pitchers' Record Pitchers Won LOS! SINGTON 2 0 CAMPBELL .... .... 5 1 I-IILCHER 2 3 SPETZ ....... .... 2 3 STARLING .... .... 1 1 +3 4- Tihie 11929 Baseball Season Alabama's diamond crew enjoyed a fairly pros- perous season during 1929, winning twelve games, tieing two and losing eight. The ma- jority of the varsity men hit over the .300 mark and three moundmen, at the termination of the year, possessed an average of or above .500. Baseball during the past season attracted much larger crowds than did previous campaigns. At all times during the season the bleachers on the old Denny Field was packed to capacity, the largest crowds attending at the battle with the Birmingham Barons and on "A" day. The sport was second only to foo-tball in interest here. The nine was tutored by Jess Nceley for the first time. Neeley had formerly played profes- The only Big Ten Conference outfit met was Illinois who was defeated in one game and tied 3 to 3 in another. The Illinois boys offered stiff resistance to the homelings, but could not eke out a place in the win column of the register. The first conference foe taken into camp was Louisiana State University's contingent who was licked 9 to 2 and I to 0. Tulane was next, but the New Orleans chaps managed to win one and lose one. Alabama won 9 to 3 in one affair and lost by a 3 to 0 count in the next. Ole Miss was the first to put the skids under the mighty Crimsons in a series, copping one embroglio I3 to 5 and another 7 to 6. .Pl ' qi F' .3 ' li 'Ks 1 I i i ,gl fi 1' 1 1 A' 5 :si i yfi . l 1 fl ' Fri' l Y f FW: 4 it, p ff is A W ,1 1 l ici! U i if ll,-if ttf, ll-I'-, i X 1,31 i fr, ,,. ,K ,I x I4 idly, e "El Q al i 1 f,, I, W . ' 7 Q22 at , i lixx' N x. X. ut? l X iii is . 1, -- 9 - . i,,-N 'is .4 ,. i tm i ii L ,g lift, bhfuil f X 'ff v . V fa 7-.' sional ball and had been head coach of athletics Georgia's Bulldogs were licked 2 to 1 in one at S0llfhWCSfC1'n at Memphis. He had his col- of the hottest tilts of the season. In a four- lid lege baseballgtraining at Vanderbilt. game series Tech lost three games, 7 to 4, 9 to 3 and 6 to 3, but came out on the long end Under the tutelage of the former Vandy lum- of a 4 to 3 tally, Vaiidy Came gut on the less it inary the Tidemen cc-pped all of their opening dignified terminal of a 3 to I Count in gng melee, ifbfll affrays- Staffing the 502500 with Birmingham' but tied things up in the last of the series 3 to 3. Southern College, 'Bama won in timely fashion, Mississippi A, 84 M, took the matter seriously 1 II to I, ill the CYCPOPCIWY and 7 t0 0 in the last apparently in a four-game brawl and won three iff' of the series. The first loss occurred when the and dropped One, Alabama registered 3 shut- ffl Birmingham Barons of Johnny D0bb's were en- out of 2 to o in one of the affairs, but lost 8 to E135 countered, the Southern champs winning TO to 7. 7, 4 to I and 4 to 2 in the others. ll,f-5 if to .HQ 4 7 -e g- so to ctct, up f at Qguulvs llS'lTY.0F:'ALAIAMA' f' :"',25Q-f ., ,. ,. .- . .-. -- , li wr H I 4. afrnziwao canon . r f . N i:,?l i- U il l 1' . 1' . ly'-,gl :sag it ., '34 Quill SEM 7-' haul' Wil S. gs "Ill 322315 ilfls flmil All 1711 Bl J, Sr' 6' lim Elmii SW? 'QNX il E:"3f.i if i K .N WDW :sw lil-"lsi'N N-in u-"fs v at 'ffl The 11929 Baseball Season 'i The leading pitchers were Millard Campbell, average, poling the pill to all corners of the lot playing his last year under the Crimson ban- in virtually every bout engaged in. ner, and Fred Sington, playing his first. Camp- bell, out of Six accredited pitched Contests, Won The inner works, composed of Sanford at first, five and lost one fracas- Sington Won two and VVamby at second, Tankersley at short, and Gee ,,',, lost none. Starling lost one and won one. at fhifd, was Very Versatile- All Of the men Hilcher hit in hard luck, Winning two and los- could hit and were smooth working infielders. ing three as did Spetz' Wilcher, Boykin, Sington, Terrier and Long ii. i Herman Sanford was the leading swatsmith. furnished the punch in the outfield. Bouza went liffi The guardian of the initial sack piled up a huge good until he was ruled ineligible. Qs- 4- 1 1 l The Seasomfs lliieeeircdl l Alabama Ilj Birmingham Southern . . I Alabama . . 71 Georgia Tech . . Alabama 71 Birmingham Southern . . 0 Alabama . . QQ Georgia Tech . . . Alabama 7Q Birmingham Barons . , IO Alabama . . 65 Geo-rgia Tech . . Alabama 3j Illinois ...... . 3 Alabama. . 25 Georgia Tech . . Alabama Q1 L. S. U. . . 2 Alabama . . 33 Vanderbilt . Alabama 91 Tulane . . 3 Alabama. . 35 Vanderbilt . . . Alabama Og Tulane . , 3 Alabama . . 2j Mississippi A. K M Alabama 55 Ole Miss . . . I3 Alabama . . 7Q Mississippi A X M Alabama 63 Ole Miss . . , 7 Alabama . . lj Mississippi A 85 M Alabama 25 Georgia . . I Alilbflllla. . 25 Mississippi A. 8 M A X X ix X. , w e W 7-W LL, -- 1 '. 167 . T V -1-' " v -"f vw- -v-f - . ----,-"N -1-2 'v'1 ir? lf' 'f ii 'A 1 'elm-.5 ti 0 if F .T D frail 'lf film" , Jw. t, "" .g'..,f., gf- fi Q, fi.-ill Lv lv- i v 'J-: .A ,..g :.l 51 32 j1.i.uL lf. 4.1t..,ll.,.LL..lml.-....fP. ikl.L..T,fLt , , - H 1 Freshman Baselballll Season Alabama's Baby Tide nine established a neat record on the diamond during the past year. Uut of twelve contests engaged in, nine were won, two were lost and one ended in a knotted count. Nlississippi A. and M. was defeated 8-4, 9-5, 4.-3. The Deltas whipped they locals in the final of the four-game set, 3-2. Southern Nlilitary Academy was licked once, 16-2, but also conquered, 7-5, and one battle ended in a tie, 3-3. Howa1'd was taken into camp by a I5-3 count and Birmingham-Southern was trounced, 4-3, 8-5. lVIarion was swamped in the other game on the schedule, 15-o. The pitching staff headed by the ace, "Monk" De Bardeleben, was the bright light of the outfit. Moiik worked on the rubber as a veteran professional player. He was credited with six wins and one loss, one of his victories being a no-hit, no- run affair. His shoots were swift and accu1'ate and he exhibited a neat change of pace. Bill Sullivan copped three battles and one of his performances was given over to the lost column. His main serve was the fast ball that dazzled many a batman of the opposition. Citrien was used in relief roles. The inner works clocked like a machine. England, at the first bag, could scoop up a ball with the best of them and showed a rangy reach for pill-s Hying through the ozone. Schaeffer, at second, did his work as a keystoner should. Bush, at short- field, and Aiken, at third, were in the thick of every battle, playing a jam-up offen- sive game. This duo was a menace at the stick also. Talley was used in utility roles. The outfield was composed of three fine gardeners in VVhitworth, Dothero and Flemming. These boys fielded the ball in a capable manner and his consistently. Cook also played his wares in a number of regulation melees. At the backstop post Seymour worked. This boy has the makings of'a neat little receiver. He has a throw to second that would rival that of Tipton's, once captain of a varsity Tide ensemble. "Dutch" Hufnagle caught the offerings of twirlers in more than one affray and proved his worth with good, all around play. , if M ,.i,...,.,,.,.'.3,ig,.,1,y,j,gg,g..gZQ:g1gL.gg,.Qg fgliijgsr ,,.,,fg5: ,,, i iff f -I 7 ' "L 177'-3-il'-I-iwll?-V l' m'.'wir,J"-'I-.g'!. as 1' " -sg.. K . V., A e 168 fx V, I' - X fl ol 6 ' f Q22 ' 1 lf' D X -SN M. x, 'v f ggggxx Q 5Z?ffg5 X 7' M "fM' lolts ?Wwm35i4ll.Q ' N o Q QW? W L... . ,,,,.,4 ...N .A,-,,..- ... -,.....4 Contending passions jostle and displace c-A nd tilt and tourney mostly in the face. Coles-Man and Microcosm. BASKETB LL l i .1-'l .sl 1 lf. '1 0 - Z .4 , 1 ni 1, N i V ,. i r ,f it - ,,.....,.. .,..A .. ., ,,.. -, 0 ' V T x V- a ----------- --,G f --1' -' . . ' 1 , V' . . - ' -. f , .A 1 iw' -'eff - gi-sae5'512 THE 1930 -COR 0 LLA ,e ,A ,,,,,4, N,.,H WMM- , , JV W Xa V 2 6314" N5 fl 1 ' wa 5 l 5 E Wifi! i il all la fled A . ai'-'l era .Lal :F 1 l E72 will ld 'rf l lvflv lfl ffl: lt "l .1 "if, , 3 Kai M11 at .ffl fell, , s 1' F' llfl' cl LL elk X J-4 -. tim! ffl? "m. 'l 2 liffr AIKEN JOYCE KIMBROUGH M. LANEY Fifa aggll QPU ixxwjg '2 If if 2 1 is nasieeebaii 1. . at it Q Ill STEWART AIKEN Forward giving the best of relief assistance. He can run 'i the floor well and can hit the netting with reg- yl 1 Xi ,E "Stew" left the frosh ranks in '29 and in '30 ularity. lfsxsat stepped into varsity regalia. As a dribbler, he 'f'f-1.3 was unsurpassed. As a sharp-shooter, he had PAUL F. MUNKASY, Forward J thnx'-1 f . -3' I Q ' . 17,5 CW pwli The Connecticut lad, a former Baby Tide 'fiCl. JOHN JUYCE, Sub star, was a ready worker, a good shot and a nice Choi l 1 ' - . ' c . T ' ci. 1 bi . t f Ne The blonde basketeer did his usual amount of H001 mm hose thlee iiggets Wqs a - ig aise or ff X ork ii hehinq to blild l 3 the ,Him HW b the team. He should go good during his next lx X W I l 2' I 'I A 'I ' A y two years at the Capstone. xg I . - . it Wil Q O EDWARD KIMBROUGH Sub lllll All i ll 1' like Ed was another substitute who did some fine Au Q NX u u X 1 work when sent into a regulation fray. He 5 2 V2 handled himself as a veteran and was known as 3 AQ- a deadly massauger of the meshes. Kfl XI x I Till ti .i QQ? MALcoM LANEY, Guard lisa . . ' Yl,l1.jn lVIalcom, as his brother, Walton, is a good all- ' ill ff it . . 1-11 fdlly, around cageman. He became eligible for the Xml lip' team with the start of the second semester and sw-' was a dangerous character to attempt to get by fi when in search of the goal from that period on. itll lfii lg. ig COACH I-IENRY CRISP if ill'-:gl - , Coach "Hank" handled one of his best cage l outfits at the University of Alabama during the ,fig it-.,." 1930 playing season. ust as the COROLLA oes ffl il .1 g .yu Iwi to press we learn that Alabama won the South- ity lihll ern Conference championship b defeatin Duke , lf . . . . Y g. if il University in a gruellmg final game. This was ggj I a fitting climax to a brilliant season without de- ill i feat. Hood W Lane and Wambs anass were iffi l all COACH CRIS I ' ' y g :Wi .tg I the greatest stars, although teamwork rather than lik gg Q 9 individual brilliance stood out. l 'ef 1, .- M , it li, l -. .,." " H- " e'A":rT,:1 V F C . A Y my W W 1 'gg Q gg "" T gf,-r."""'f"f' "" MAEX UNIVERSITY or ALABAMA 4g,,,, 4,, i , . -Y --M .-V------W -V - A -.af N- 1 V i V i I , ., ' --1--l-------- 170 f"' "" A, ' f-A r"g7' .11 riff - 7--T43 L-I ' A 3' ff, -,.x'J,fglivL.7gf--Q , we -me-R -. K-f. 7 e W. .n.5,,f',1- was .Ry V-,- " ' i i W i7" " ' 7' 'A A """df"""' filfrf- ff A X i t r9i Mleilafl JE .f 1 I 0 iw ,tially ' i V, tr., - -. ..,.. .. .L O'Nizn, SM rrn Hoon W. Lrwicv VVAMBSGANASS Basketball Leo O,NEILL, Forward "Toad" hit his real stride during the current cage season after two previous seasons with the Crimsons. In the first contests of the year he was high scorer in more than one affray and always played the floor well. EARL SMITH, Forward The former captain of the Tide football eleven proved to be as good a hardwood artist as he was a grid captain. He took high scoring honors at frequent intervals and was a mean dribbler. It was his last and best year for Alabama on the floor. JAMES MARCUS Hoon, Center XIII-Southern Ccnfcr Again this lanky individual was a menace on two legs. Throughout the year he was not out- jumped and his rangy appearance assisted the locals greatly in their offensive efforts. "Lindy" was undoubtedly one of the best of Dixie's pivotmen. i WALTON LANEY, Guard A Walton was probably as good a guard as was enrolled on a five in the Southern Conference. Always willing, always ready, he was in the thick of every fight. FRED WAMBSGANASS, Guard Warliby was a player after the Alabama fan- doms' own hearts. He did not perform his chores in a flashy, dazzling manner, but was there ready to do his part at any stage of the game. MANAGER MILTON PULLEN "Squib," with his ever-present smile and pleas- ing personality, filled the shoes of manager as if he had made it his profession to be a trainer. He made things easy for the men on the trips, and at home, stepped about as an antelope. A hard worker, that boy. C 4 W f 2 MANAGER PULLEN i H T ,gf-Lf- .,,l :.CQ,f1 V A ' i"i ,f"iA,,Qgg, A flEVE.l!iS'l!l',YF0l??ll-la?7XBilM7' ,l r'i 1--f so ,, l ,L ...,, -...,-s--..---.- .... .- --.L '-rrr:'1yf"' 'A 171 f -,f cg e. , 19515,.,.Vgg11.i.Y4.j 'lI4,"'.f1.,L,.Qf'I, V . VE: - . .- V, Al ,. T Q :hx 1 ff, if-21 -,hw J, Mfg' ,M V - If xx, flax MI, 42,4-5 Wwv',,M,I11?Mv7w- W W XV' K by. . H 1. QV 1 W-.Ek ,ea r.1,., ,U , 1 1.-. at ly .f ,X Y WALLACE W. WADE Director of Athletics In grateful appreciation of Wallace Wade's invaluable service to lhe University as the moving spirit of Alabama's great record in competitive sport, as an exponent of clean athletics and as a builder of character, we dedicate this page. 1 ,.,, .. ,,.t M.Q.,..v.l.....-Q,m.. 11.Qt,.,QMwl.f-..fW.,Q,U'Q...m 'x,!f',Qj.Q, !, ,,. ,e Y .N 1 , I 2 ' Lg WL Q n V M . 'vm ' ,Mfg Q, yf:57f,Xiff,17,"' lx .ES 'f' ,vm 4,5 f- 5,,,.-A 5,57 1-,LE Lkf' ... L , , ' , ,'f,P.e:P.: f1w1.2.3.f,.2.- Y K 7 f?Q5g5,.i.Z,,1-qffijp' ,L is 1 , - A ...--..--,,.--..-vA-.-F--e-lv...-Q 'Jw' .. ,cf 172 Y '-N Lf X wa? 6 IK Q, y Oh, Life! 'Thou art a galling load, QA long, a rough, a weary road t h h I For Wre c es suc as- . 'B D d TR CZK g f 1' f K?" , .. .V ..4...sf 'i""1fwfff ff-. f... ...-f-11i.wf-'f- f ff X f 'i-if ffv.?fa1r?iiifkiliiiret, 59 rf 9 iliuwi-flf,.-if ij A .- H ff i .ix f 4 Q! 5 f ' fi' l AE l Mixoziau DAVIDSON Tnoivms KRESKY KA N'1'oR The 'lfraelk Season Out of a quintet of meets engaged in on the cinders last spring Alabamals harriers emerged victorious in three and dropped two. liirmingham-Southern, Tulane and Sewanee fell before the Tidemen, while Florida and lVIississippi A. and lVI. put one over on the locals. Prospects for the current season are fairly bright with a goodly array of old letter earners returning and a number of the ex-plebes announcing their intentions of competing. The team will be especially formidable in the dashes. .gn-1-l --.1-4+ JACK lb4AGZEN CLIFF 'lil-IONIAS Sho: Paz Discus Jack was justly mvardcd his letter for his Cliff registered with his letter for the first efforts in the field events. In the Shot put he time last season after a successful period of toss- bad no peers at the university and few in Dixie. mg of the disc- BY diligent Work he Pfocufed At the disc he also did Well. that necessary form that carries with it distance in the heaving of the huge block. CLYDE DAVIDSON All IQRESKY Twodllilf RU" Half-Illile Run The diminutive chap in the person of Clyde The half mile event was led by Kresky. He Davidson did not allow his size to worry him, copped first place in a couple of meets. This as he showed his feet to many a man in the was made possible by the training he subjected dual meets. His loss to the '30 track assem- himself to. There was no harder worker on the bly will be sorely felt. squad than Al. ' HENRY KANTOR Two-fllila Rim Another small man did well by himself and opened up with a sprint that an amateur could the clnder ensemble in Kantor. He used a long not overcome. He will make a good man for stride to carry lnm near his goal and then he the present team. - -1 . wr: N' , Q ' - K -X 1 - ' 5 ' ,. , eq?--grlitse, " f lf .... it ,,.. .,., ,..e,-.---,fi , N- 174- ' I a we Q 1 e 1:5--ff P . ' '- A A : A f . ' -"ff-iii1'gT!fmi " " A if' ' l '- I - x--fd:i'l3t''Q:"Q,Z A 1 1 . STUARDI IEeeRD'r SMrrn Reeves ADAMS The Track Season The initial engagement of the season was with Southern on lVlarch 20, The score was 87 to 25 with the Magic Citians on the less dignified end of the count. Tulane was the succeeding victim. April 6 the Louisianians were encountered and the Hay- goodmen registered 67 points to the Green Wave's 45. Florida coppcd the April 22 melee, 64 to 48. The next meet went to the Tide, 63 to 49, on April 27. On May II A. and bl. defeated Alabama, 81 to 31. ..s..-...-.....g. J. O. STUARDI EARL SMITH flilile Run Ilzzrzllzxv, Broad Jump The mile run was well taken care of by The establisher of the broad jump record, as Stuardi, a diligent trainer. Though he did not usual, came in first in timely fashion in his fa- earn a letter, he scored some points for his team vorite event again last season. Also in the hur- and assisted it in winning engagements. dles he showed to advantage. JESS EBERDT MACK Reeves Discus Ilurdles, Pole Vault Jess, the football star, was also a star on the The former captain of the local track squad cinders. He exhibited neat form in the tossing and holder of the high hurdles record Was as of the disc and his style was as pretty as any dependable as ever. His many track feats brought witnessed on Denny Field last year. him praise from all corners. FRANK ADAMS fllanrzger Frank took care of the managerial duties ca- the team reaped beneficient results from his man- pably. He was dutiful and a man to be relied ner of business. It is hoped that we have more upon. He carried a smile wherever he went and like him, for he is an asset to any team. i- fg1f'31..f"f4,if'X i f 1 MMUMWT - 'M- ii i ' " A 1-fif-1-5'-1. -Af- g .36 ggi-715L,s-fdjfyngj-,Q'Q ...' ig: A ,. ...... ,.,,,,. , .-....-.-..-----... ..... -.-WW .... ...---. :LH 2-3 A- -- , 175 ' Q THE 1930 coRou.A - fwwvm 'fi 95 if fi Q ff 4 5 5 . ,ww iii is x . 1 i. rv' J -. , i BRADLEY SKmMoRE HURT PARTLOW The Track Season In the Tulane clash "Speed" Bradley, dash ace, broke the Alabama school record for the 100-yard dash and the 220-yard dash. He made the century in 9.8 seconds and the 220 in 21.8 seconds. Against Florida Causey made a vaulting record of II feet and 42. He also tied for second in the pole vault event in the Tech relays. The frosh outfit of the year won from Birmingham-Southern's yearling crew, but lost to Mississippi A. and M. In the Tech relays the boys Finished third in the one- half mile relay. 9 73 fb: - J . 1 I 2 . rrp lo If a .f , ik " X l lu li if I 'im 9 li -R----l+ Q . Q ' , 2 ROBERT BRADLEY CECIL HURT M Dashes High Jump, Discus 4 ' "Speed" was one of the principal points win- Cecil did some splendid work for the Crim- ' -' tl My ners for the cinder path collection in 1929. In, son outfit. In the high jump he tallied often - QR: every dual meet he emerged victorious in the 100 and in the discus he garnered points with con- Q. and 220 and in the Southern meet won a place. sistency. ' SS ' .. b- as The boy is one of th. best ever to don an a 22 breviated uniform here. A BILLY PARTLOW JAMES SRIDMORE 440-Yard DM Javelin Y In the quarter-mile jaunt Billy, the nonchalant y Z5 Captain Skidmore was the usual point earner individual who carried off first honors in more iQ in the javelin throw. His distance was greater than one meet in 1928, exhibited superlative gs 5 than ever in ,29. His form was excellent. In speed. His stride was lengthy and quick to move 2,2 all meets he stood out as a polished performer. which marked him as a valuable man. 4 5 4 Q4 . 1 w we -.0 0 -, . ' X 'A 'A' Y -ef - E.. .. 7 --- Qgaobg UNIVERSITY O Hgsggs .2?2lf6'Za9ZtQ:le+S L ' -mzzwnmf 4. ., , sf E VM Y ,sA,. ,wvm,,,,-,,,i.,..-....-H --vfffS- -- V--V-e---fn -Am VV. ..-, .. , ,. , V. ! ! ya I .1 1 ,1 . 93 Q W.. -- 1 , -"0 " -s A : H f' N is 5 3 1 F as E ' ' I 1 5 I Ei? I . s Lf! fy? ily si ' Ifi 'W H? 54 ls, Va z,' Qi mNL f1,: "M, 'V filfff QM we 'XA' ff'f My ,:fef, xx .1 f 'Hu ,ff , f E p si p wel -xx ag ,ff sul, .WN ,... , 6. , s gag ffgnk ffl, ml V :',5Q'i N 'X M ' E ff , , . 4 .xl ff?" I 131,-',f, -. Nrfxfflf' ,' x N, t N sk -,fl -. X I ' X . x xy . -V-'xxx 5.4 I Y I X 9 f 1' L1 if EI H , l"1 ' 79772 , 12 N f I I 1 " fi l ?gr5-P1:-'fLwfII7'.4V.l1f'ff:,Ef7k7':.7Tffff'T7f'lL"l"f:fY ff:X3? ,ELY13fF.fI .f . . W A1 'Q ,'." I fl..'.'f 'f"11 - wi-wt 5 ,"' "f"-MN f'fw 'W'-.mm ' QiiE9JllG5ji5 gBut optics sharp it needs I Ween To see what plainly cannot be seen. ffohn 'Trumbull-McFingall. GTHER PQRT 1 , f f 4. jx, A fs. -,- , ,, ,, w t. ov X if . ,s L' , 'gfff , ,. -. . 2 ,X ,... ..,,. .. .gy ,fl " " XXL l li ,fl nf, .- . Engl .ii 1- il lifsi lil-fl l'.1,: 5.-ll sm ffffll ilflf lift? ,Lili ri' all A 'lffil lf ll lliiil Coacn Szrzcsi The Boxing Team Alabama is again paving its way to Crimson fame, this time via the boxing team. There must always be a few pioneers to blaze the trail, and if our boxing team has not done as well as others, let us remember that the Hbabyl' will grow to gigantic proportions soon. Through the untiring efforts of Coach Mike Szecsi, the boxing team has gained a permanent place in 'Bama's athletic firmament. The boxing bouts, staged both last year and this year, created a tremendous ap- peal among the students for this newest innovation. The bouts this year were witnessed by over 3,500 spec- tators, a record turnout. The team lost its first match to L. S. U., whose team was loud in its praise for our boxing outfit. The first home match resulted in a vic- tory for the local boys, Mississippi A. and M. being the victims. Then came successive meets which, al- though lost, nevertheless detracted little luster from the fine efforts of the loeal pugilists. The team was composed of Eddie Branch, most promising bantamweight in collegiate circlesg Charlie Tomasselo, the boy with a personality that gets you quick and a right hook that gets you quickerg Pete Caprulli, who almost started a Southern disarmament conference by carrying such big guns in his glovesg Luther Ingalls, speedy lightweightg "Clutts" Anderson and Bibbs Russo, two of the South's classiest welter- weights, and jack Magary, fast-stepping, heavy-hitting middleweight. Three men, Bowers, Jones and Skid- more, were so equal that Coach Szecsi had to use them interchangeably. Silverman was the local heavyweight and he earned an even break in his two engagements this year. Man- ager Lawrence johnson gained a friend in every mem- ber of the team by his whole-hearted efforts for success. There is much promising material on hand for next year, and prospects look exceedingly bright. On the whole, it might be said that the spirit of the team was commendable, and if spirit is any criterion of a team's success then Alabama will rule the boxing roost next year. 1 .f N . . H . . . . . ., -so .-.. Vllr, , , , A ,... . . t . , , A ,,-ot.. I A .V f - r 2 f ij , qw , 1 A gl ,f F" ' sf' "H ft wi' 1" -"' ' f.:..tl... 1 ,ll ziiliiii' iii! 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I lla The Tennis Team l o l L L A l With the return of veterans, Captain Bobby Osh- Captain Bobby Oshman turned in a long string of man Bonneau Murray, Alden Simpson and Hugo victories both in singles and doubles. His wonderful 7 Szecsi, to bolster the varsity tennis team, Coach Thomas flashy net game was one of the high lights of the year. 1 V, Y, Deason had a wonderful nucleus with which to work. Alden Simpson, Oshman's crafty doubles partner, dis- ' ll Coach Deason found some excellent material in the played a corking back court game throughout all his 1 'Q l up and coming freshmen racket wielders. George matches. Hugo Szecsi playing his last year for 'Bama Z-, - -cl Schaffer, Biffo Williams, John Rippers, jr., Awlys Nos- won almost all of his matches with the aid of his if mitta, William Poyner, Arthur Fast and Sam Doskof smashing attack. George Schaffer troubled the best of , offered the old guards plenty of competition. them with his beautiful well-rounded game. His ll X fy The Tide tennis team went through the season with straight line forehand drive enabled him to pull out 1 i only one defeat chalked up against her last year. By many a close battle. Little Williams with his blinding A virtue of this fine record the Crimsons won second place fast service was too much for his foes. Robert Cane in the Southern Conference, defeating such strong out- did well to develop his mid-court game as was seen in fits as L. S. U., Mississippi A. and M., Georgia Tech his splendid record. The doubles teams of Oshman ,I and Kentucky, and Simpson and Schaffer and Szecsi helped consider- ki 5 il After several try-outs Coach Deason selected Cap- ably in winning some of the close duels. lil X tain Bobby Oshman, Alden Simpson, Hugo, Szecsi, The colleges which the 'Bama tennis team encoun- Q Q George Schaffer, Robert Cane and Wilbur Williams tered were Mississippi A. and M., L. S. U., Georgia, f 2 S for his varsity team. Poyner, Rippere, Fast and Doskof, Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, Duke, North Carolina and i 3 f the reserves, showed great improvement during the Tulane. ' ' entire season. I . QW I ii ' nl U itll A +' ,N 4 . ,Q Q - ww GX bv? IQ N .K ' 'I-f 5 iff! .Q Q15 ,. if ,l G l 14,4 l le ,ffymli 'Q , f . ,ne A fnffit- 2 A ' - ' ' A' Q 9' -'T-?fT:Q.::r:.-f4',KFli?'i:! ,s mith t 0 A "1l"N'WEfF5'T.Y UF ALABAMA g,...s?g,, 1 79 A f, 5 ,J.. x,.f,Q, flfldl , .U if rf. Ll i3 3? lr VE, li,lr ig, ,x li"-' i .: lf, V l grill !.ll.!l ul! if 3' hifi l .X Nil ix ii 'ii' xi 11 "Nl ' S 54 X nflfi 57154 iiflf Xluxci ll If 2 R 'ii . -52 " D ' 'es X .I ff: Wm 1 I ir. im, I l . k. iii ilfnfl-. , .' X ,Til ll-.lil Hail ei is .VH i, V H ii. l if-'il lifll if -E1 si.-ig llf' it -- it-is iiyil :pix llfi' 11 1, .ii '1 , i Ei . gy, ,.. , . . ., .. . f'T'ff"r .,,, ff JTTTTT- T' ., 'nn' 'T ,,.. 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Florida gave them the only defeat of the year by the score of IO to 8. The Southern Inter-Collegiate Tournament was played in Asheville, N. C. Georgia won the championship, but Harry Pritchett copped the individual honors by defeating john Oliver, Georgia state champion. Sam Perry was elected president of the association and Harry Pritchett, secretary- treasurer. ' Prospects for the coming season are the best that the golfers have seen for several years and they will make a strong bid for the Southern inter-collegiate championship. They have already achieved Z1 victory over the University of Georgia by defeating them 12M to 5M earlier in the season. Letters will be awarded to the members of the Tide team this year. The team will be composed of Harry Pritchett, Sam Perry, james B. Bar-field, Al Danley and Edward Vaughn. This is Vaughn's first year as a member of the ensemble, but he is well known in state golfing circles for his ability to use his clubs. f'- I6 re ff' ,N iii? .4 ' ,yi :ai , , Qi if ,fd i'lr I 1 , e ,I f fl? 3 5 I Z i J i 2 l ff if 45, X 7 s 'E iq W 1 4 1 1 K - . -iw-.. x C was i i . l sa Y :Y 92 ,Q 1.4 i s 5 be A 37 5 , . 6 5 if ,,,...x f-X - H ff. I -N 1 'X pf'rf?:f: - V1 " v r' 'c ' ' 1 if-rib 'M M2 ,-as X 5 180 N W i Coixcn SCAFATI Fencing The 1929 Southern Conference champions made a creditable showing in their ea1'ly season tilts on the floor during the current campaign and at the time of this publication going to press, the out- fit was rated as the best in the Southland. Led by Anthony Scafati, coach and captain, the rapier ensemble developed with rapid strides during the months of February and lVIa1'ch. The personnel of the team includes, in addition to Scafati, Harry Hewitt, Frank DeBiase, Andrew Farrell, John Andrews, lVIack Rountree and MZlll2lgC1' Langston T. Hawley. These men have labored like trojans to develop fencing at the University of Alabama and it appears destined that their work will not have gone for naught. In the initial engagement of the season Bll'IHll1gl11lll1,S Y. M. C. A. was decisively trounced, 7-1. On the lengthly Eastern trip a splendid showing was made. The boys were successful in all of their Dixie embroglios. For the first time in the history of the institution minor letters were awarded to the fencers. lt is ,thought that if the crew cops off first honors in some championship match, regular major let- ters will fall to the lot of each varsity performer. These two facts alone display the interest being taken in the sport here and the Confidence the coaches have in fencing. 'ww--. -1-fs' Ii xf y x lf M. , li x ' f-, , li ,V ,181 . , if .. , v , -,y-wf,lq5:,ypps:- Q'M."'. ., f , x, 1 . B wr v ,Ii .1 V .E F8 ' N , . .3171 V H, Y , I Y ,.Q:,. , W, X, M wfdmliwg v:.4.!,,,q,p5 f 31, ,. . 7 . F . . 1 A. . v . . , .. 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JVIISS CARROLL CBEATTY vw. 1 1 c 1- ,:g1:fLg.f..1g:u.-.:u1v.:a::cg,L.,1gf1,1fw:::.1fcn.m:.::mmsr.-1::::.z:.u: 1-.:-'Q-.r..:.v,:: ,wx :r'.,.:-:1,- . f- 1. ' - : H 11- 1 1 1 --111 ix- .1 Q, 1 1,1 H 1 1 S 3 2 11 1, i'1 I 1 N ' ,F Iv .1 1.1 1 jf f f V1 1,f,, 11,'..1 I ,K-. Q 1 ?'1 11 1 1 t:.4 KH. 2 1 1 . xi! 1 nfl 1 , 5 1. 21 fa 1. 3. 1 1 1 1 :if 1 2 E 1 -1: 5 L 11 '- 1. 1-:1 1 1 1- ' x 1 1 . 1.0: 15 1,145 'UM '11 EL.. +11 pu: rs - 11 911 1 1, ax il 1 K 4' 1' 1' rl . 2 ' eh . :M . 1 1 1 -, ' 1 5 I X '. r 1 J: g 1 3 I ? N . ."1'2!1','!5 X ,. ,,Ay,f,' -X-. -N-,... 4,- if N., X ,..1 - 1 ..-1-:. .,.. . ,,,,,.,.,, ,,,,,,,L,,,U,., K. L. , . , , , SWISS CBRITT STANDIFER .,,.. l ..., ,Q ' "Z WHJN, .. JM . , K A U. W F ,J 10-51, L. .x...L.L. ,.A-:..,x..f..s..-1-.-- -14 ug .L , 4. uv. ,. 4, ,, 'Q V., , K HJ V ' K x .-A4 . ,,4,A,.g X U-ZH!!!!l.".'xJf'2.VIi.2x"1LiSDn'Zl1li'TJLLZ!1lTl3C'IZY.Z.L!1'E!L1.lL'.lTI!I.Q1lP5.1AI,"4'.. ILi'..kAx',x'hZ7A,C'.IA?7f.1 1.1 .V fC.v..JA-13 .2 3. 'Z ,CJ LI"..T'.lI.'IL'J..2Jl'HL'.2fZ11i:'v:"3Z.LL1 Y"J'J1f?.Jl!f1 VL? JZ, TTT! g,,,,fh-41,4 ff-,Z-,A ,-,. .-,v,,'l-,L-4: 1-4 :saw-w,,wx .-r.:.,f-1-Qe.:- ,-.,x:.c .-. N -.:n.z.w'n.-an x ku- w-nu-x:u-4.v.v:u-.- nf-4-1-n-sw: 1 ,XX , 'IJ ,ff ' 'f.f.'!fI.' 1 A , , A ,. ,, living'-J.,',-VA,, , ru. .. ...,,, Y.,..,.,. A an .... ....-.,. ,.,. - i,, m 1 ! SWISS INEZ cf1LLISON 1., -' N., ..- f 1 '1 C... -1 X 1-v, 'x 1' ,, 'f 1 1 1' I " 'I f i - 1 xa'iX RQ'-ff ., v f-J' ' ' ' 4 . J ELIEVING that the COROLLA should reflect as closely as possible student life and opinion, the student body were asked to select the members of the beauty section and the favorites. Each student gave his choice of the prettiest girls and the thirty receiving the highest vote were asked to par- ticipate in a beauty pageant at which the students voted on four, the other four being selected by a committee of professors, each from a different school of the uni- versity. May we say with George E. Woodberry in his trib- ute to a beautiful woman- My lady ne'er hath given herself to me In mortal ways, nor on my eyes to lvold Her imageg in a flying marble fold Of Hellas once I say eternity Flutter about lver formg all nature slie Inspirits, but round her being tliere is rolled The inextinguisliable beauty old Of the far-shining mountains and tlve sea. George E. Woodberry. l ,Alias .flpznpucc cfzmwr .flfwx .1111 If q1lj001fI4JALId .llfixf .flfdiv . flhtrq Zilmflrlf ff, .J1lL.ss.fIl.zrq4aroo 'Yublsara .films dam'-L '0.off1,n, ' .MLM 0.1145 'iff .vi Yo rqusorn If 74 .f11L.v.v.Jlivrnz,.e' Llwrmdifzo .flllxr Gaz fdlljllv Z?mafXc1f Jlfzss Doroclzfq Ouqlms Jlfiss L: 7 K cl'0lLn,550n, M555 GLGJJDOY Ulbdafdorlfkf Jlfmx' Lgdfra, .flfllflldlf .MLM cL1,nqzzc,LLr1, Glzrpccrztcr ' Jlfmv .fltmz .Morrow .llfmv JLLL one JE1.rn'11rL .Mm cfcam Bur Jlfws .ffl-z1f.J'BcLfc, Jfzsm L' Ln, cf r Jlfzlrf Jlflzrqfuoc Lynch, F95 r x X K A x 4 N X .' -. 7 fa-. 'K MLW ','!bJf E 'Rf RL-I 'L- x . f 7 Some Favorites as Voted by the Student Body PROFESSOR Ofhm EDMUND G. HOWE 2D, GRETA GARBO CLARA Bow SUE CARROLL DOLORES COSTELLO POEM A CTOR IST, RAVEN zu, IE IST, BUDDY ROGERS 2D, JACK OAKIE Othfrs TREES ANNABELL LEE Others CROSSING THE BAR ' WILLIAM HAINES JOHNNY M. BROWN JOHN GILBERT GEORGE BANCROFT AUTHOR IST, POE 2l7, KIl'I,lNG MAGAZINE - IST, COSMOPOLITAN 2D,I COLLEGE HUMOR Others VAN DINE ZANE GREY 0,hN,s SINCLAIR LEWIS SHAKESPEARE RAMMER-JAMMER SATURDAY EVENING MARK TWAIN AIXIERICAN MAGAZINE POST SONG S ' PORT IST, ALMA MATER 2D, SWEET AIJALINE IST, FOOTBALL zu, BASEBALL Ofl1?I'J SATISEIED PAGAN LOVE SONG Ofhfff I'LL ALWAYS BE IN LOVE WITH YOU TENNIS GOLF DIXIE SWIMMING ACTRESS BOOK IST, JOAN CRAWFORD NANCY CARROLL IST, THE BIBLE 1 ,.., X, .......,, .,,. ..., d2ii95axi,3aS3v A I C W M- A I -A C C7lYfIf4-354 4'fQ'7'Cilaff-Q Q7lfLEi- M-eff? 1--1,--A z TK IM I f If I 96 .,f f 1 , ..., , ,- , ,IX my M 4 -5 my ,gg .lx G ,LC , I. I V Q :J :X I V Y Q I, Lv, I+-lwf, 11,5 T1 3 , ,Vg L1 yy MWA-:y.f ,f-,v,. A A . V ,, QAM uw 1 , - A ,TN T ,D .A , ,. A f Q ' g, .F V , N' I' l ?x I ,f X ' X XX ' 5 , N E X A WI , s X fr N Hx More Favorites as Voted by the Srtwdlcmnt Body FOOTBALL PLAYER AUTOMOBILE ,, IST, FORD 2D, BUICK Other lhan Alabama IST, MCEXVER 2D, BOOTH Others Othcrs CHRYSLER PACKARD CAGLE BANKER THOMASON MARsT12Rs SHAVING CREAM IST, INGRAMS A 2D, MENNEN's CANDY 1 ERFUME IST, NIJNNALYS 211, BARR RUTH P IST, OTY s 2D, OYTS C ' H Others MILKY WAY I'IERSHEY'S DRINK . IST, CocA COLA 2D, COFFEE CHEWING GUM Olhers 1sT, BEECHNUT - 2D, WRIGGLEYS MILK ORANGE JUICE CIGARETTE RADIQ IST. LUCKY STRIKE 20, CAMELS IST, MAJESTIC 2D, ATWATER KENT Others Others CHESTERFIELDS OLIJ-GOLDS R. C. A. VICTOR CROSLEY , Tm. ,.,..,.,,.,, ,,.. fm ,,A. .... 5, ,D ,:.. 1 .,,.,, W .... ,.,,:,, .,... ,T .A.,., Www .W .1.1, . A2,..,5,,,,LH q N, .... f' Xjwj """ "" S ' f- Q5IZ:iffXN,,,T..5.?.!,!A.!,. ,. .jlifziguii ' - , ADAAA A , f A K X 1 1" K A11"mfi5'M.l,Wm3'Aff'WH H Xhhff .1 1- ' ""' .4 A "M, ..f ff A. ,, , W W " ' -'x ' If .f- ' ' ---L -., .. .V m.-:m:.M4-g.f.iv ww' ,im .A..Nw.w. A Ayfwdq ,ginqcow 1 -IHAILIL ' cO IP -lFA NI IE : V Eizblzforimo Jfzrwoll, Billy Pa,r6L01,o I qficborzaz Cflzrlfs .flizrblw Gaadwwu 5612136611 Bormoaou .lifurrafq ' I .Cowley Qarrzrd ,llkrc .Ra,mf,z3n', 198 Jrzls Fzrmaclv y LILILQ . 1. ,, .I ,, I X I, ,E Q 1' 4 tI ' I I3 I 't I IIIIIIEZ II W I 5 It I I I III si II II IIII II I I' III IEII I IT I III I I if ffs I x .f' Q 1 H I K ,IJ I I I I I I I I II' I as I I IIQZQEI " 1 i-Iffiilk. If TQ I X xw.,-ff' I Visit' I X-XXX . , ,V 3, I gg., X, Xxx! I I I I I L 4 I I I I I I II uv' XI I IIZII I X5 3 VXI A I I I I A I I 1 I I I I I I . III III :I 5 I II JI ' I ff' It W WH Y W - I 'la f f fizgf-'?-:iff -ix . I ' ' M A"I' '3il'l373'-T. , .ifiegileggggglfjgfixf f ,- f I-I '23 I I.,... ,,M,M - ,W , '. 3 ' ' . Q ".' f f?lTT1L'fl'f1T'LI ' f'fIIf"f.I, I i?,?lh57' I ff f,,fQ551:41gZQ ,...,iw UqqNvTZ7f-1 ,Q-JM. :I 7 Ky' Ykxkk ' X, ,V .Qi XQQNQM II L3 R -4 ,ff ' If ix .,f:'1i1.L'gLd,Lf'.,.,I., glIfZT.'PtfiQp"' If: t ,. W, . .,V.3fgijLj J X, 'fi ""i""-"""""5?.IQ,- . , I cfl Short Tale of Student Life f 'm x M X If ,rf ,- Students Waiting to register at tlve open- ing of sclrool-Prof. Wriglit, Dr. Fos- ter, "Mike,, in a typical pose, Dr. Howe, elected by tlie students as tlveir favorite professor. Anotlner opening of sclvool scene-Dabney S. Lancaster, Dean of Men. Anotlier View of tlve registration line nfitlv Margaret Busln, Eleanor Col- lier, Mabel Hinton and Helen Worrell seemingly elated at tlue prospects of get- ting closer to tlie door. Prof. Gallalee, Dr. A. B. Moore on luis way to class. IH Three stars of bygone days- Ben Hudson, Pooley Huburt and Bruce jones-Dr. Denny and Governor Graves on Homecom- ing Day-a view of the crowd in the new stadium on homecom- ing-Mike plays golf with Sum- mer School students--An after- noon baseball game during Sum- mer School-Homecoming Day sponsors: Mary Burgin, HSis,' Partlow, .Madge Clarkson and Mary Mitchell. K--'Stags-LE ' 1 X Alabamays co-ea's are a charming and essential part of campus activities, as tfrese ana' other pictures will prove- A group of co-eds on the steps of Doctor Hall-A group of partici- pants in the May Day exercises-A gooa' way to reduce-Helen Duck- worth ana' Adra Pickins well sup- ported-Going to an assembly of woman students in Morgan Hall. At the Supply Store between classes, getting mail, loajing, buy- ing drinks, etc.--Taken in front of Morgan Hall during tlve commencement exercises - Dr. Denny, Hon. Cadet Col. Flounce Tlromas and Gov. Graves on Governor? Day-On lris visit to tlie campus Tom Mix is plroto- graplvea' with Sis Wade-A group of sponsors and tlieir es- corts -- Nortlvport under water after a Week of rain-The end of tlre trail, graduation. Some very striking poses and unusual garbs are made possible by initia- tions. A lovely group of Parasite initiates who at- tended tbe Homecoming game-Dot Adams is seen in a modisb costume-Me Me Lyons imitates tbe Statue of Liberty- A group of serious-minded and Nintelligentv frater- nity rats -- Older Kappa Alpba brotbers remonstrat- ing with tbe younger ones A-A part of tlve Alpba Gam. initiates in an infor- mal pose-Tbe A Club bas one of its "mild" ini- tiations. Some o the partici pants in the "Av day fashion show - The professors' ln i c y c l e sweepstakes on "AU clay--Lawyers vs. Doc- tors in their annual tug of war - Elliot Scar- horough, president of the winners, receives the trophy from Bill How- ard, president of the losers -- Perfect form at hat-A tumbling exhibition on "A" day - "Av club fashion show -- "A" day hox- ing hout. x. Yin- AX Y The Sigma Nu House Party-Bill Black and Alice Mitchell -- Stutz asking "Flap,' Swan to "try onen-Tony Holm and Mary lllitchell-"Let's go to class',- Hugh Cardon, gentleman and scholar- Yancey Brame takes a nonchalant pose- Going into Morgan Hall for commence- ment exercises-The Sigma Alpha Epsilon House Party-Lewis Smith, Alabama? Rhodes scholar-Ike Ballard, the "pride of Gadsdenv-Loafing at the Supply Store- Three dignified Senior lawyers, "Hoof, Gibson, "Gui, Harris and Hilton McKee. Noland and Hirrlanger take a rest from arduous work - Lindy pauses for a peaceful pose-Huglr Dowling, before fre cut lris lrair-Capt. Billy Hicks- Campus politicians on election day, from left to riglrts McGuire, Ballard, Starling, Alexander, Drummond, Clement, Broad- way, Dowling, Elliot, Mitrray, Mundine, Smith, Dunning, Rush-Foots Clement just before a game nfitlr tlie profs- Saraln Arnold-jack McGuire-Home- ward bound-Tlve Supply Store Review Stand-Tlie New Stadium-A studious young man--A Nliiglrliglvtu of student life, jim Buford-Freddy Sington. XX 4 xx Well Supported by Limbs XX XX R xx, cfl s a man of marked prominence Don College is "tapped" by a very impressive club, though not exactly the club be bad ORGANIZATIONS - Y b ' V- 'W-',1':M'!!'1m . vnfi . , -INN A if 6 W- R , Q4 ,h Q M .x,2J:vfw'1 fp. f -5 ' ' . jvg, 3 J vi , , Q efw E -u .-. 0 1- J 557: ll' Y fix A Vi'f,fiEgYa 7 .1 N -- ff-SX f , . ,-I, ,XX X ,t If, t F 1 " --.,....,.f' we it -,.,- ..... - .,,,., s.! . .,,.. ,,... L- ,m,...-.. For Fate has wave 'The thread of Life with pain, cv4nd twins even from 6Birth oAre glflisery and Wan. 'fPope-Translation of Odyssey. FR TER ITIE . . ,,' i ,, f W, ,I f 4 si II Ji., F R 1 5 I f, 1 I N DV 'of F V x l51S5S:5""Afh-mimi-I' N ' F ' ' . 2 I R497 7 'F '9 S'Mi 1: S' ,,W, THE 1930 c - -OLLAD I L , Ll A . I, any ., 1, no v,,,A,A ifplf' YK 51212 gy' 7? , 1" lift if 17' if if :ff- 4 1 I' Af Ilff fl! V 5 F6 ., if ,L fhgiiil f Milli? ' 'I i, RI It I, - - f W 5.l,hx I - IXQMLX r ' 2,01 . J 7 'Z ? E I I 2 2 l Gibson, DoixgllfrlSi4lg:l1lSh2lgJ'II.Mglxifziixhilgilxcrilihing"cI'n1utt. 3 Mundlnc, Siugton, Fuller, Pritchett, Perry, Dlll'l't'lt. R W0 I , i lf. I A Q9 f QSM V 3 Xi I ' 'H Men S lP'aInslI-llcsllllcnilc COMMC1 ai Mi ' y"'l I'IUGH DOWLING, President ...... .... I fappa Sigma lk I 2 ALBERT RANKIN, Vice-Prcsiclcnt ............ Sigma Nu ' Ifiwg MATT H. DAV1DSCJN,, Secrctzlry-T1'ci1surcr . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon 1, X5 XWQ BOE MUNIJINIS ............ .... I 'i Kappa Phi Il Kill HAROLD F. CUNNINGHAM ....... . . Lambda ClIi Alpha QR I C GORDON MII.LER . . . . ..... Chi Phi Q H2 1? PRICE MCLERIORIE . . .... Sigma Chi f 3 iffixxjx. WILLIAM HOWARD . . Phi Kappa Sigma 54 flj!,kf,l EUGENE GIIESCJN . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon 3 will JIMMIE ICIDD . . .... Phi Delta Theta , ,' LESLIE GRANT . . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon j FRANK IDURRETT . . . Phi Sigma Kappa 12' CQLVI STEWART AIKEN . . Delta Tau Delia J M. C. FFHOMAS . . . Pi Kappa Alpha 1? HARRY PRITCHETT . . . . Phi Gamma Delta ,AI WILL MOORE . . . . .Kappa Alpha S' fl. 21 SAM PERRY . . . . . Alpha Tau Omaga lil GLENN NICLIOIIS . .... Theta Chi if 'If JAMES PERMUTT . .... Kappa Nu I X IH' FRED SINGTON . . . . Zeta Beta Tau TEDDY SALAMON . . Sigma Alpha Alu U3 NELSLJN FULLER . . . . Delta Chi lf i isfi I lf 2 .VIR if Il, iufl " N 15355 I L - I 5-"Jx?, Sim,.,.:1,T"':'g:f,q1gjg.Lg, fgxiz-N1 ' X A - I' - . . ' A , I -- I Q ,unws asm! OEIALABAMA Q. ,,, A -fgmwmm 2 - .. gibr. V I I 1 ' ff 2ll 1. N ill- . ...... -- ...., LL.-- ..... -,- .... -.-... .... ..,, , I 15", ,.,! 'lA'f'--WM' ,f"'if3 , ,fn-T ,..,,,.,,,,-.,, . ' V" - 'SGT' 'T .6 I 'A V3 V' ml , 2 .T31Ef3-"5-filif 1-f'1.fT1"1" ll Af-5.3-ef'f?M5Z?5-,KFC ' 0 Ll'1,-, - ,LL .Q g,wEvrgf:l .L-.iff1iffff'-:fc-A--f .,.l I f .W I Q , , .- 'X I AV l W ' rf , il., V55 4 gifl v El L4 lil illff if lvl! !,f' ll, H I V' - ' Q 1 .- 3, lf liffii :f il .4 if' fl V' NTI! .fl I Gllle ii Nil ll i lvl? 1 N ll ij xv? 2 H XV, '1'nylu1', A. '1'uylnI', Parlor, Goomlluv. lIIIvlIlsun, MI-Gowln, Anon. X,-,, fi l Randall. O. L. lfluus, llnnlllton, Ladd, Clmsholni, Cook, Fltts. ,EJ ' 1 ll' Mayfield, McCall, Mc-llmniell, Mcguthlin, Uzmlnt. Auurlmnch, Brownell. N, 7, Eaton, Foster, 12. T. Hans, I'IuI'rls, Smith, Shook, Partlow. . I pw". fl' li l - Q- - -"-"-ff-"'-+'--- -H '-" ff- --i'-'jim ff , 3 ck H W --H-' - rnwfrfe' I P I gif A WW-um W A-I V N733 a , if' i l Rkr. ' Ki' " GA Forty-five Active Chapters Founded at Yale University in 1844 Colors: Crimson, Azure and Old Gold Flofwer: Pansy 7 , Q, . yi 5 .5 -, , , Xxx' Z' Dcllta Kan 81 lE Slliifflllll I: C FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE P 1'I1ATIuzs IN UNlVIiRSl'1'ATE f, If l Chapter Publication: "SiglIs of Psi" 'fill l I . . . ' li.""l ,ll Clam of 1930 Naizonal Pubfxralzom "Delta Kappa Epsilon Quarterly" Class of 1932 fill f x JOSEPH D. BENNETI' JAMES ALs'I'oN j lr S MASON F. GOODLOE ALIIXANIIIIR B. CIIISIIOLM Q, 5 Q MATIIIIW DAVIDSON ' WIxs'1'oN MCCALL 'S 2, .T ANGus TAYLOR PS1 Chapter AI.s'roN FI'1'I's II f ,,. . . f Q , I 3 H lx S. MCGIIIIE PORTER Em,b1,shL,,l in ,847 IIIOMAS L. COOK h JAMES J. NIAYFIELD ,,lj"5 Ji, Nokwoon COKER lg, - ' . T - f K ,l Class of 1931 FRATRES IN FACULTATE 'mms OZMENT :pm T Y f Q l STEWART AUERBACII T G L,, , Q. , 1 , gl Ronmu' T, I-IAAs ow ARXLR I Rm "SSM CMM Class of 1933 if - -, A , , PROIP. I'IUns0N Swami ' in DLE' 10gASgN OLIVER L I-IAAs ' Q LSESEE DLWIJRDIMER MIXRIAM MEGA'l'Ill.EN 3 '- 1 J I Q, , BARTON HARRIS II.1'rUs RANDALL , W, ALFRFD SHOOK CI.ARIcsoN M. l'IAMIl.'l'0N ., Il y WAMIER BROWWLL --4' --'- - - - -A-AA W- Y - NICHOLAS MCGOWIN .I eil .V ' ' ' I- Il fx: ,TOIIN Q. EATON, JR, ?lL'LLl,Al'i TMIER il All fig Ross SMITH NRSV 'ADD' J ' ,all Y' Honors Acmz ,I X, Ay, ' lk YN QQ 2 l. Law Clam of 1931 Law Class of 1932 2251 iii VVILLIAM D. PARTLOW WILLIAM MCDONNIILL f ii JOHN S. Fosrmz VVALTER FLOWERS if ' l 21 'H .-..,T'--1 ,1 ,Q 3 , if :ji X --LH-.Lw---....-?.--,-, ,,.,,,,.,,,,M,,LmMWL, ,, ,, E U AK' i Q . ,,,,X , , gi NO, -- - M ---Y-7-1 ix , , .. Y f Z' L , , ' ,X ...,,'. ...27..,. .I x,,,yiJi,4. H - I , , ' .X , i hpl, ,K 3 . Q . K X,-G, pf rjcifw W h5"zT,7TG'Q5ff5""DXAT",'fJ' X X 3, Y . 9 ' LC. , , A ,li-5-fi.-fRv,L.,.' - ..-. - " 7 I f " ' 213 . A ., ffm ,,. ,sfg "F f'iiFH"'A"H"- Q-1,2 Q, Q.-it TMMM. 'T-"ff?'i'F5'3J5fEg5T?f7Hl,5Q2:?i4mQ W 9.53 lifsrqfzrf'Sr-.IV'ii. . ' ' "" "KQV""""'flf'L' I. ,-4,,,w-Qjw-V-L-'--jj--Q ff-f"' 'ff,Q!l""''i"""""" ' l ! . . is :lf V I 1 1 I. J. II, ll I I. lzw I I Ulf, ' 1 , . I SI-Ht:-ll. I'l'ilI'lI4-Il, XX'lIllIIIIIs. YIIII"lIIIII, 'l'll4llllilN, f'Illlll'. I"--f 1-. , , Smltli, Mmm-, Ka-III-y, Iluml, l"llll1'l', lfluysl, lv:IIIg4-III-, W. l'1lI'lll'!lllt', 'lllll'lll'l', HH. Nl:-ul, Morris, lVil'lVllllll'll, Maxrrlut, l.XllIllll, Imxmvml, f'l'lllIllll5'. 'l1I'IlllK'll1Llll1!, Sxvuln. ll" Rl'-gf-l, Blvlllilllllll-ill, ll:II'I'Is. ll. ffm-lII':nIII', Bush, liOI'II, Alh-II. lf, , ,I A INI'.f'.i ff ., ,A ,7,,LU-,,,,,., ml 1 ,1x,-,-,,,,,gA-AY,-W vw, Y-.W--,MHAMWYWH fjf lj' 1 ' -, 1 I V' "" I f" ' ' . f' 11, N h C ff ' 'WJ fID.IT1 ' Q Colors: Royal Purple nml VVlIitc Q1-'QU' Flofwfr: Purple Clematis f' I Aldlillllllf I'I1l1li1'1IlirnI.' "The l'lIi Gzlxnlnzl Delta" f.'lmjrl1'r l'ul1li1'1Ilio1I.' "'1'lIet:I Fiji NcwS" .II If. ,I.. J I ' I H" I INT .l.JI ' ill tml. l"RA'1'Rl2S IN UN1VlERSl'l'A'l'lE Class of 1930 HARRY Il. l,Rl'I'Cllll'l"l' JAMES O. SIaN'I'IzI.L, JR. Class of1931 FREDERICK L. BLACKMON VVILLIAM H. ORRISOX 'IKHOMAS J. FLox'n RUSSELL 'fll0MAS lplllllll hi Gamma D.cllI:.aI lecl :It XX7ilSlllllJ.'QI0ll Illld Jefferson in 1848 Seventy Active Clmptcrs Tllmcm Clhalipltcr EJI1Ibli.vlml in 1855 FRATRIIS IN FACULTATE 1"RA'I'REs IN UNIVERSITATII Class of 1932 CHARLIES K. BIIACIIAMII JOIIN C. BUSH FRIQII W. NICIIOL DOUGLAS C. MCMULLIIN HORACII S. 'TURNER JOSEPH M. MORRIS JOHN DONOVAN YVILLIAM D. CRUMIILI' J IIROMR T. MO0Rli CHAS. A. CUNNINGIIAM 11, 15. SMH-H limvxx J, l.IvINr:s'I'ON FRIIII R. MAxwIaI.I. XVMMM A LYMIW X. ff VVILI-IAM IE. HOOD JOHN M. GAI.I.AI.IaIc I W. H. CocIIRANIs J XVILLIAM L. SoUI.Ia li ' JOIIN D. KELLY ,,,,w,MY,,'.J-A,N,vw--Qrw ta---W-MN C1 'Mg MONT S. WII.I.IAIvIs -""""" -' lm of 1933 I RANRIN M, DAUGIa'I"I'Ic VV. FRANK ALLEN XVILLIAM B. MARRIOTT DAVID M. COCIIRANIE CIIARLIHS li. l7Ul.I.liR, JR. MOSES M. SVVAIN EDVVARII B. VAUGII.-KN EDWARD HARRIS ., l BLEECIIIZR F. BORN 3 I, Law Class of 1930 WH,I.IAM B. BUSH lv MIIRLE Rmcm. llj JAMES W. lVlUS'l'lN, JR. il A 1-71 R li full AAkiQ:1'jlQ,l1 EQg:g'i:gZj:!,,ff Ezgi-7:-'L-,.-.. fig . l JL? 'R 'x JY .. ,f f xii ' , . .. 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NII'1JowOll, 'jg Iv, yyulkm-, I , - N, , , 4- I Iiglgjgijiyjpif' 51.1. -' '15, 9, 'I 'I I PJ - f Kb . 5 ol I -5 Color.v.' Old Gold and Royal Purple -Swv.: Flower: Violet Nalional l'ubliv1IIion.' "The RccOrcI" ",, if Chaplcr lillblifllfillllf l'MOther Mu" in 1' R ATR ES IN U NIV ERSITAT E Class of 1930 U. O. REOII, JR. Al.llliR'l' V. CASE NAI' RIVES NIEVVMAN FRANCIS P. GIVIIAN HIIGII D. S'I'ARI.ING ROBERT C. DOUCLASS LESLIE B. GRANT GEORGE B. JONES Clam of 1931 A. FI.E'I'cIIER GORDON CLIFFORII A. LANIER JOIIN lin Gruccs .l0lIN lVlARSllAl.l. CLAIR CRossI.Ev T. F, lVlCDOWIEl.l. lAMIES J. CAMPEELL TOIIN B. JOYCE VV. A. JOIINSON li00'l'lll.Y D. l'l0l.l.0VVAY lAMlZS F. lVlCl70WEl.l. FORREST HIINII-:R R0l'll'ER'l' Fox Sigma Alpha Epsilon F0llllllCKl at the University Of Alabama iII 1856 OIIe l'IllllClI'6Cl Illlll Three Active Cllapters Alabama Mu Chapter Esmlzlislmrl in 1856 FRATRES IN FACULTATE J. IIENRY WALRER, JR. C, ll.ABARNWl-1l.l., VIR. R. lRVlXG I.I'I'I'LE 'l'. D. RIvIcRs .IOIIN R. Mcl.uRE V- I l rl l+'RA'rREs IN UNIvERsI'I'AII Class of 1932 FRANK flARRIi'l'l' PALMER SIIAI-'I-'ER CUl.Bl2R'l' CRU'I'cIIER VVILMER POYNOR SAMUEI. l70R'l'S0N RUSSELL LYLE II. G. PURNELL DON E. SIIAEFER HUOII B. lVlll.l.liR J. T. I'IAMIL'I'0N JACK F. Ross VVA'I'RINs VVALKER Class of IQ33 ARIIIIIR Clll5NOVVli'I'll IlOnER'I' CO'I"I'EN Al.llliR'l' T, GOOnwI'N BOB UORMLY HENRY l'IOImIE VV. J. MCLEOII, JR. VV. V. JOYCE, JR. l.0UlS T.AwsON DICK MIREE CLARENCE lVlUI.l.lNS MOOOY Rnnn RUSSELL LOVVIE T. 'I'. SUOELIRRY VV. G. SIIAEEER ALVIN SEAL OLIVER VVILIEY S'I'ANI.Ev VVIIITE f IA'I 'Tl 112.3 fxffli frgv - j K X N I-iiI4EfRQ2fiif9.If:Tf,I:fix ""E I mli"'X--lfiif' ' Q , , - - -. ,,, --,,., - ... . ,,,. if-27v'+flJa.q3jvL"' iMl"'lM 215 1. 1 J 1, I 1 Ji t , A ...FJL ,., I-fn xxx! - , - , , - ww 'L "'Lf'r df'--A-9"'-.fmf fi: ' .xXX""f "' ' , H., T' .Tfff'C"" 1 fm-4: L J fi .n my ,Mn ,5,ft.,,f,,L,,i, 53,5 V, ,3.,.,,-..,,.,, A , X959 fix ,MV J'Q..AfLA,, r 32.7, .GLA N f,,,,-13.1. 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"The Kappa Alpha Journal" 'fi' Sixty-six Active Chapters JT . igxijfi Kappa Alpha A5452 Founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865 Q KX ilfifj i . Alpha Betta Chapter . 'UA' Class of 1931 D . Class of 1933 Mia E.vlnI11zshL'd zn 1885 U12 BEN T.IGIl'I'If00'l' I,oRRA1Nn GASTON ff 5 QMMY N15I0'Tf'5 FRATRES IN FACULTATE EDWIN CMC" Q SFUCE X 'gun' , DR. C. H. BARxvv12LL Pram-'. L. B. SllACKlil.lf0RD Oyvhk SCALE? LQ-Vjjii 'WHEN ' UMC" Pnol-'. JACK CHAPMAN Vs ILRUR BMULY HQJ1 BOB NOLAND IIALSEY '1'OWNIZS A' if-Q 'I CHARLES B. CLEMIENT FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE O. Ii.B1EDENHARN iijffff , f H 175' Claixv of 1930 JACK lviitmv f,,tm : rx V, ' Clrtss of 1932 A. E, Kramv Jonx Lovlijox' Jpsujn AI RSDVVNT QW? Romain' SESSIONS Jorz JAMES "VMS I WSON RICHARD PRIDE I-Io1.Ln2 JonNs'1'oN Grsokma VVn.lfv ROBIERT JONES j HAYNE KENDRICK RAYMOND HARRJS CJEORCE CROOK JAMES YoUNc:m.oon Q fi SAM MORGAN L.I.I.10'p SCARBOROUGII JOHN I,I. VVALLACE H1 H My ,W 7i,- YKJU NWN, ,,,v W-Y KVVY ww www BILLY VVYKER '--"F"-M-' MMM" MM-'-A'-w"'-h--'i- I-IENRY VAUGH KN if ,A Law Class of 1930 p ' V14 T. W1LLs Mookn il " L 'T E Law Class of 1931 Law Class of 1932 JM 'N CHAlu.x:s M. Howmm L. A. Mmacmu 1159 154' , 4. ' 7 Q13 . , ,. . . , ,,,., .,---..,.-,,f"Al L Lww'-m"':?:f'i:""'' "" 1l'j'jT-"U iifii Ak , .faq M., --x,:. :. ygjfiqff Y,-flzfj -F-1 --f Ji? ,wif 1,11 vf'f7?'4f-STD?i7"?Cf.:ifg5i?72IfC E15 wkfibiaii Ev' . ,, .,..,..., .,,., , ,-A,., .,- .... .. . ......- --. -f ii"i " I, A Yx ' f . - . eg. 3. , , 15.2 ' . ""e"" MA "" " . 4 t..t A . ' 21532 -,N aaaa A Ha- fgifi ,-'. -,, j' 21.1 xx ,, MJ, , " f ' A .' " Lf L .fit I il' '41 ' ji: 11.4, ,.-.:,- Q, 4-"lf X' ff'fi"'f"'1"f' 527, .N -,,, XlVi,iy,.. t W I Q -Q UI f .- 2I6 . . M W- ..-H ffrv WM. , .f F' W -K' ,.,, """'i'm'"'A"A"""""' f1.iu,,,.,..,:A ISN.,--r.. I, -.Vg .I --5. --,I YT 5-X if fag- ,5,.,, ,F -I 'I 11.1 , ,IH I - .,. 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RonIsR'I'soN . . h D I . l , , Founclccl at UnIvcrsIty of VIr llllil In I86 XII DAN JLRRIGAN E 9 I "M AMES RANSOM I J zu ' llwl RICIIARI MCKl'l' ' GORDON EIIENS BETH K3lll16llp1lZCJ1" l. I , , , , - . f' QI -l0,l',,CAUSFx , Extablzxhmi in 1869 alms of 1933 f 5' LlzSlER ONIIAI. D V C 5 CHARLES MAY , H ' AS FIRROLL ,T WII.I.IAM CLAUS 1'RA1RES IN FAcI,I.'I'A'I'I2 .IJINQHQOTIVIIAN 'Huw WILLIAM BROWN WII.I.IAM F. ADAMS J. I.. NA'I'Ioxs I'l,6,qAk'SSPsf:li1Y llflvll JACK TYSON DR. W. P. O'I"I' CIIQIILITON CRAIPI I i IELWIN KINNIIY Ugll 1' RATRIES IN UNIVlERSl'1'1X'l'lE CARI.0s MAXWICLL R l JAMES WAnnnI.L Class of '932 CI"-V5 of 1930 F IIAIvIII.'I'oN VVIsIa Q f FI.m'n I'IARRowIsR RomIR'I' B. AI.I.IIRI'I'I'm: l'l00l'l5R lxlillll .lq0IIN FREY lil jAIvIIas S'I'IcIzI.I2 HUGII R. DowI.Ixr: CI2cII. HURT l2IIWIN MERCIER lj. IQIENNETII GRll"l"l'l'll l'III.'I'oN MCKIQII JACK SPAIN I ROIIIIRT FI,IaIvIIvIINc: VVII.I.IAM D. VVARD ,I f J. Q. BUsII H. F. Foknns Al. ALIIIZN SIMPSON "il.l'.1 "'A Llgztggll'14:-.:L1::,4:: .',. gggplg-1g5..'..g ' "4.iI.x' JAMES BOSWHLL I2 J. LIQONARII RIavN0I.IIs I f, 5,1 lOllN LIII.ANn BINGIIAM SMI'I'II lp, MCLEAN PI'l"l'S 1,1 TIInMAs Al.l'ZliR'I' VVIcs'I' 5' jnssn ADAMS Q5 FRI 'JJ 7 -'r:g':gf'?-' f2flZ11"Q:gj1g522f-i"gig ', I I N ' f ' ' J' -+-I1 . MQ- ffi I I2'1isI:1.,RaJ.ff. A 'fc' I W0 Ely. A Y- Y ' W" W' -4 -M"4"" T5 M ' . ' I A--if ' Lili? T- ' . A . ' '. ., 'Z l,'bj"lErf4j57 7'5" fijfifgiii.-1f.:aQ..fi?xV I I '--kY-.----i- 'f A 1 --4-gwmv-5-Mi-wh-M-i.. w X .JK .. 217 1 'uf 'II.fR'I.j'r"E'gg,m:-r - App' " I ' NW-'Q QTL-'7f2LT -Ngvrt' iz Zz,-,ff :Jr-15,145 Q42 EI 3 V 191 Jpx fv':fJf"f'4L, Pj,-,ll V42 l E .ff-:.,..-. :,... . I ,Jjk .1....i.L.,.1 -W - A I , ..f..f.., .. ,-. M- .M , fp, J LQLJIJY ...,. L-,...--.,-.,, X H4-I'lonI.:, IEEIIIQIII, Murrow, ll0l'l'0l'l, 1'll'illlO, Androws, lllt'll1ll'tlS0ll, PIll'lil'l'. Oflklvy- M1'M21l12LH. MUCPPU. Mvffflll liiltwll, llzxprmul fil'l1l'lit'lI, Gznnlmngm-, Ernest. DISl'lll'!'. Brooks, XVoml, StI':IlII, l.nvm-lzicm-, Shut-kt ' ' ' " . I ' DuIIIIluk, CI'ut'kI-tt, IlI'oDks, XV. H. Smith, Ytlllll Colors: Old Gold, Black and White Class of 1931 LUN C. GAMMAGE J. BROOKS, JR, FRANK l'lAGOOD J. C. MCGIZHEIE I. C. MCMAIIAN D. T. MCCALL, JR. EDDIE DISCIIER ED ERNEST LORING MCCARTY T. R. PARKER C. H, FRANKLIN R. C. GEI-IRKIN Clan of IQ32 BERNARD COOPER EDWARD l'l0D0 C. H. ANSLEY CIIAs. M. FRANKLIN ROBERT I-I. STRAIN FRANK HERI.oNc FRANK WooD ,V V 11,1 Illmd I mu ll tIIIlII1IlI'tlII pr, AllHlt'y, Coupe-1-, 1"I':IIIkliII, Drivcr. , Fnslmu. Publicalion: The Delta Class of 1933 ' "ff .Q-Q ' fpxf fr' "l'1A7."mM'M" "MMV pq, K5 sag: .ig BA Sigma Im Founded :It Virginia Military Institute ill 1869 Ninety-two Active Chapters Thcmtat Chapter Extablishfd in 187.1 Class of 1930 LAWRENCE ANDREWS REUIIEN HERREN CIIARLES BEANIE ALLIE KI'I"I'RELL Al.BliR'I' RANKIN PAUL MORROW JOE CRocKEI'r DOUGLAS YOUNG SAM FosIIEE KENNli'l'lI DIENNICK GEORGE SIIAcKEI.IfoRD IIARRY DRIVER EARL ScIIwAI3 JOHN GUILMAR1'lN CARNEY LASLIE VVILLIAM SMITII W. W. BROOKS JAMES POWELL Law Class of 1931 FFERRY RIcIIARDsoN II "E"--"'--'M'-' R "" R ""'-' -3-'-'-"--'Ar--------H------'M--W LAWRENCE OAKLEY 7 Law Class of 1933 H FERGUS LLOYD WATKINS JoIINsoN B. F. LOVIELACE I I ,. KI I II ' .flz 1 .i L. L--,....... ..., . ,I qw-Av 614g ',:x3,:d.,, f-"- :Q 1. 7135 gl5f5fJ'gQL21Q'i.EX5??f:Sf,f2 lg , ..... V ,-.........,LH,L,,-.------M., I lxm, M,-M,,,,W.h,,.,, ,,- - .H +'4?lT'If -. 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Plbcnlt., Gurrutl, Guurgu, .llolln-y, Matthews, Murizun, R. Ms-rrimn, Murfrue. wi l J " 1 'il 'R lil, R- X A ' W -Q gf QQ' 'QQ ,Q my leg .ffm ' " ,I if ix X 1 f,,i 5 RJ N K Rl I K .l . . . I' ' lui Colorx: Blue and Gold Eighty-Hme Actxve Chapters l . l, ' ' Flofwfr: White Rose ,f 'N Nalianal PIlbIiC!lfi0Il.l'.' "Mag'nxine of Sigma Cl1i"g "Sigma Chi Bulletin" X13 Chapin' Publicalion: "Ye Alabama Sig" zfxl'i 1' Class of 1931 O , Clan of 1933 A xx 1 . , M ffl. SEARLRSNQR- DUGRRS llgllmllcal MORTON BRASWELL llflxf A- JRWT RGRR . . . . CHAPMAN CONZALFS fi., " M VVILUAM R, IRvlN Founded at Miami University in 1855 VVILHAM R:,m ' l 57 34-NPIRRSTON AR'l'llUll CuR1'1s lliy-, ' RD ' ELSOR l'IH.I.MAN I-IOLLEY TN RICHARD M. MANN llI0llIil1 lloltal Chapter MCM, ROUNWE A vii Eslablislmd in 1876 FRANK CHAPMAN u J , JOHN J. MARION l , 'l i R , ' w 4 2 , A 'ff' "Q, , rf: W Class of 1932 LRATRES IN FALULTATE EICHARHEL. TI.IOMAS XMI? 5 x,',f3'1. , II. DENNY RALPH IC, ADAMS JAMES S. THOMAS OMR' MRM iff WR. JACK PATERSON BYRON MA1 HEws ,ibm . JU? JOE N- GUY FRATRES IN l,lNlVl?RSlTATE MEHKS YOSS lyzyg .fx-,QR JAMES AINLEY V SILAS GARRETT III f4p','lX,X 1 " l 2 ilklllgll .l. B. VVIm'woR'rn Clzlxs of 1930 RYBON MERRIAM ll. 2 ll .Jil CHARLES I'Iu'rNAcr.E WN R 3,.,.yC,.R 'FSS q Em.Rm- PARK V. URGUHAR1' VJ! r 1 . . .. . .. . 7 T ' r ll 'J gg G'-ORGR S- BROWN frli0RCl5 R. STANNUS GIEORGE LAWRENCE Dmhl' GRORGL lfwll iv SORRRT VYJLSON l'R1cE MCLEMORE CHARLES B. NHIELY gmlxl MURTRE . ' . . 4 1 4 w 1 F 4 v 'l ly 'RVSTRR DRNFRS f1liO. C. lVlliRRlAM, JR. ALEREH DANELV 'RORGL WARREN ,gl ,....-......L.LQ.,g.1.1L,l-,..1..L...Llf..LLL4lQfLQl.'.L...'..Q..l.....,fQl.-.L .L.,,' ,....-.. A A , .H y 3 Senzor Law All 'I EDWARD I'. REI 1 I il l 4 D I'r1'.v1unmz Law J 35 RCM. 5 xl RVILLIAM BARBER Q' il junior Law 'TALBOT ELLIS Nfl lfl N FRANK R. BROADVVAY f' 'l li c'REY ANDERSON FRENCIIY XVARBROUGH ' 'lf 3 lfill R W Y, ,. -.. ..... 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I VXI Im, Class 0 I 0 Founded at Prxnceton Urnversxty ID 1824 Class 0 I 2 IVIWM H113 f 93 Thirty Active Chapters f 93 II II I,gj,,I NORMAN G. MILLER Nouwooo L. CARROLL I AI, f' LEWIS RonINsoN EUGENE HALL MORISON ,fins Q ,QI WILLIAM K. HARE LESLIE DEE, JR. K f,,5QI I-IEREER1' WINN Tau CIIIIHIDIISCI' CIIARLEs RICHARD ESTES 5 IDBI Eslablished in 1919 G' W' NEWBURN' JR' .,?.,, Ixffxffi Class of 1931 If , ' I ,I . TR P A I . qv'-.I II-II 02:51 C::.t1,,1z?,I,,, IN Cffmf I 'I I 1 ' . I , , - 9,11 1 A I jf I Iw'V 1,' WILLIAM WARD MAYNOR EUGENE ALONZO Conwy JR. Em K- ECKSOV I, I I' ,I LEO VVHHIJAN MITCIIINER 9 ORACE AMPION Ii'-I II LEONARD RICHARDSON QBNER CEUOUN Ig, I I ICIIARD Ex'I'ER Mk ERNEST PLANCK I'-JI Senior Law '- FRANK LADD DUVALLE I I I .,, 5 I If II JAMES CARTER Boown LANIESAMOORE MARSHALL I II 'Ii WILLIAM B. AREU'I'IINo1' OID MMS IE 'Ii If A I I ' I I , ,I II, If-YI WI Is I-Ii If ' Iz, ,II II It II I In I II " ....--....- I 7 I I, I "Q-" , ,x , Y , ., , . "W"-mf ff fy A -chi? 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'ful 1. .- 'tl I V11 l 1 Q1 i .1 'fl ffl? . Pi ' Q 1 .9 y Gil "M W Q1 l .ff KN. fin ifll ..L4lLl' ffl li W Q . M 'N-5, ,5 5 . , . . X Smlth. 1'l'lllR'Qll, Lyon, Lynne. Horburt, Gl'lmll, Britton, A. C. Stabler. A. A, Stablcr. ll l J. M. Smith, Slnton, RlclmI'dsOII. Pullcn, Pitts, Lnynv, Lax-y. Hull, Crumu. " I 1 Cnwmnn, Cnddell. Black, XVlLl'l1t'1', Slclflmnre, Holland, llnrclwlclc, Eml-ry, J. Crccl. Q X Rundnll, I.. L, PaI'kcI', L. E. Cruel, Davis, Hartley, Hildreth. V w I b I i, XI ' f'1"'-""'i'-'WT' ' -3 " 'L..L.g---.---..g..1-..I.ff"T""""""i " " I If T' gIfr,5,g." W. 0 0 , fj,,1,,,,.. Garner and Old Gold 62595 Flofwcr: Lily of the Valley ff- gl 1, ,I Ilya! Natzonal Publ1mlzon.v: "Shield and Diamond", Quarterlyg "Dagger and Key", Annually FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ,n . , Class of 1930 IP1 Kappa A llpha Class of 1932 l JOHN F. LYONS C. B. BALLARD, JR. Founded at University Of Virginia in 1868 A. H. WARNER, JR. . 1 "l I o Z b CD P' .. hh! 72' E ..: 6 Z i,...x if!!! li 55 ZS P F: CDF' W EF ES Fl 73 -4 3' 0 :. 4 FD Q :: In .. E CD FD 4 2 .. 12' A .. f, '-1 O2 2F Zr- 7155 -2 gn ZITI mo UF 'qs' z U GUY C, HARDwIcIc W. ERNEST CRUME f 'X J. MALCOLM LANEY , Gamma Alpha Chapter ROBERT H-MILLER 'xl l Xl: Class O f 1 Q3 1 lk X .- E .Xl 'i llzix QM 7 x GEORGE W. BLACK FRANK ScI-INIIIDER THOMAS W. LAYNR MILTON S. PULLIIN WALTON LANEY Eslablishvd in 1924 FRATRES IN FACULTATE JOHN M. SMITH WILLIAM G. KENTON JOSEPH CREIIL CYRUS W. EMERY WEEBER SKIDMORF GLENN O. HALL Q JOHN H, LARY DR. J. P. Mom-Gomlnw DR. W. V. IIm.1.owAv W. CLYDE RICHARDSON lf JOHN A. CADDI-:LL DR. WM. I., SANIDIDGE ',,., AUBREY A. STAIILIIR 01,155 of 1933 MAULDIN C- THOMAS Mg -u --Y I-ZA W. SPEARS RANDALL ,if ELWOOD R. RICHARDSON ' L. LEHN PARKER fl CECIL H- COWAN ERSKINE R. WALKER QQ, QOHN M. SLATON WILLIAM E. DAVIS ' DWARD B- PITTS GORDON W. ENLOI2 If.-. Hg- PAUL D. HARTLEY ligpl School of Law H. RORINSON I-IILDRETH l If I EDWARD CREEL ' lx," Lswxs A, SMITH l ?ggnl?,gRg0LIi.EliYNN Graduate School ' 4,1 N. FRANK PRIDGEN ALMON C. STABLER 'ffl L 4?,,,,,,-,,,,,-1Mwn v-A,A N "'-- 'F 'Tff A 1-' T' fl-if.311".?1 "SEQ, , A x f O 23 ii I f Qi--in-Q-V gg if - ..-Q 1 X I' .. X,ibN:.i'.1:f""'4 -"' '.:7'T"ffr: 1- , . . . A A -'A-ff - -ll N IVE RSITY Ol' HAMA--A , -:W -. ..f. A . NLC, 229 fn ff" ff!-FY F1 'iw W' NJ . L- ., ,,,, ,W ,W,,,H,m,,-W ,www ,,,-,1,,,,,-,-f".. ,, 17:9 , ,D ,,,. TL, V15 ' V jfi F 4 .E,,L,.,. W '- 17 ri f S, Ellis, Reynolds, Mi-Ilonulcl, 1'--ttlt, Mm'Hlg'l1t. N. McDonald, Durxtult, Evans, Buckelew. Edxvnrds, llolm, Julius-mn, HULISIOII, lluwltl, Kimbrough, Austln, NVcllv1', Taylor. Lowmun, Sczhustor, McClintock, II. G. Smllll, Salumlors, Shrfphnrrl, Sullivan, Bntsforcl, E. Sfl.llllClt'l'S. ,1 A, l f I 'Avf l ,Xl A lf l Z2 V f A 56 A 72 55, A iq Ei Q Q ""H'+"" f 'Wd la ,.. , ,,,, , . ,H W , H . ,, T",,.Y,, Q 1 wmvwww -iff Pg, 'Q W-M--Q-W---Hm mm -E ff . F . w- . . 1 ' ' . H ' 77 ' iolofs: bllVEl and Magenta , f- . A Iubllmtzon. The Signet Fifty Active Chapters ' 45513 Clan of 1931 Class of 1933 89 O O XVILLIAMIQIHMMDNS ?l'IE'1'1' liJIMBR0UGH Ni -V 'r 1f0RD a E 1 ' ' RIDEJSIFJSAZSDERS Fmnuled at Massachusetts Agricultural College in 1873 RZCIIRFD '1'HURs'1'0N SllIiPllliRD CHARLES WELLER LYMAN BIRD . JAMES H. FIQOWNSENIJ ll, J. L. BATSON Onmlcrcon Dcumerwn Chapter VERNON PADGET1' , JS CRAWFORD EDWARDS Eslablislmd in 1924 JOHN REYNOLDS Q T FRANCIS 'PALMER JAMES N. TAYLOR l 3 F BRUCE ROWAN SAM ELLIS BLAIR , fl KEN SNownoN Class Of 1930 RonER'r SCHUSTER ll Ai FRANK DURRli'l"l', JR. FRED BUCKIELEW JOHN RAY I-OWMAN 'X CIIARLHS hr0UNG RALPH MCRlGll'l' RALPH W- PHILLIPS 1 ' Clan. of 1932 l'IUBER'l' EVANS GUS PE'1'1'1'1' JOHN CMN 1 D M 0 A Nlfll lVlCDONAl,D 'IQONY HDLM WILLIAM M. CLEMHNTS ERT N Us'HN qqw HENRY CIlRlS'I'0PlIliR Senior jllgdjcine NEWMAN PEWRSON RALPH PHILLIPS QV? SANDY HEwH'r LEO KNIGHT Senior Law ARTHUR JOHNSON EDWWD SA V ly' VVILLIAM SULLWAN ' UADERS JDE THoMAs C. I Q-if lVlA'l"l' BARGANXER "W Hate A JUNE HOUSTON ROBERT Mmm F49 w4,.-M-7W-- , R ff' '-f""tFi Fyxcil ns 22 .0 . E iff -M959 H ' Q! as ' N 1 1.f,Ijf H mMivMm --'-mww- ' 'R ff-, g "??1-""S""'f,l,! ' fb 1151- :IJ-K-f? I Tb'lffQ'r"rf9 ' f W .1 49? - A ..-, ,... ., . V... ..... aX::',,.L,.. Lf, 1 w Y M, , --mu MW I, Il , 1 I 5 I I . E ., ,,.,,.,..-.------,.,,. fffui nf ' . " ffirqtwn .1-""T. .?...---.,.,.-.. 4 12' "1"'7'1""" TTPIC '-is I 'QQ 0 I ' 4.gr4fffT.:'j -I -' lli.-'ll -. , X ,1"'2w.,..'P .. . A . .,3f.1:f:'iiif:g fin' ' "" C9 YALL-, ,H ,.,,.,.-,,-.....,--.-.-.--.-...-..--m-..,,,,,,,,,,.f ..,.,.-ff' X--Mfr J? Nfii I Ili! jllflg lswi lltl ljjla alll. lf ll lffll f, lil l I 1 lrffigl I, , llcl lf? ,gill llffll Ill I: ,llfwllx llllll, 'l.'tlc,I 'r 'llylfl WJ XMLJ F5264 1. E? lv Tu , kit' 5' Huxley. Mt-Pull, Lostur, Koller, f'unts, J. HJ'l'l1t', J. 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MCCOY D. S. LANCASTER SHTWART ROBINSON 'I JACK ' JESS NEELY JACK BYRNES l F ' fl Jxlidvy Kjfg ' ll lxm w CIW? I - I BEN STEINIIAUER JAMES EASTABROOK CAMPBELL BANKS DUDLEY S. POWELL EDWARD NICHOLS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ30 J. P. LESTER PAUL NEWELL ROBERT SELLERS TIIEODORE KELLER W. W. BAXLEY LOUIS J. MUELLIER JACK E. CONREY iff.: Class of IQ32 WIIITE IE. CIIBSON DEWITI' E. MEADE MARION BYRNES lv A P DRUMMOND FRANK S. RUSSELL PETER MCCALI. 'lb-. H., GEO BRANNON F 'Hmmm FELIX RI-IYMES J R E -""""""""-"'g"""H'd' EUGENE ICUHN .-. STEWART AIKEN ll, RICHARD IQNIGHT I WILLIAM DRUMMOND W. E. DOTTERWEICH R, E. E. DEMoNTLUz1N, JR. .Ti I f l llj al I 5 'If ll? l Jr. 4 fy ll -,-. JL- x---........-...-w-....-... ..... ...,.., px ---ff -ff ffvxf- T"j4.gf"'f.,-f1,wg- Aff' I pq " ' fc gg-I .- - -v w.e..-...---- ,-:-I 1S52af2Q1i:4:fjiQg7'f2:x - E I f I - f- -I I f ,ggkwf vxffig-1"QfQI".'L11' ,gli . A ,umvsnsrrv or.IALAnAMA,A. PQI, . . V -Y Y vt- -.M 'lll!vf"'- Jwqjllzw -'-' - 231 '1'ozIgue, Smlth, Nichols, Howell, Haley, Cmnoron, MeI'1'Inmn, Murtln. llonrlnn, Dllworth, Burke, Bullock, XVIIHS, J. E. Smith. Root, Robinson, NOI'InzuI Moyer, Barnett, Bnltes, XVclleI', Townsend, Bell, Carman-lc. fl' " ' ' ' " " ' "k' 1 ' 'H " ' ' ' ' W "W ' ' 'fQQ1AlffQQ,,l,'Q .4114 A nn A M n nl - f- n mme-v-.J 3 J, ,ig 1-We-me--W-M-K of Colors: Military Red Zlllli White Forty-six Active Chapters Class of 1931 DAVID C. LONDON I'IERIIER'I' MARTIN R. I-I. BURKE SAMUEL H, DILLwoR'rII NEIEL BULLOCK GORDON CAMERSON W. I-I. MERRIMAN, JR. Freshnzmz Law School CASWELL J, WILLIS W. AL'I'ON BARNE'I'I' It I 1 in I Theta Chu Founded nt Norwich University in 1856 Alpha Phi Chapter Establislmd in 1926 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. S'1'EwAR'I' J. LLOYD I-IARRY D. HONIIAM DR, JOHN Y. fiRAl-IAM HENRY G. CRISP FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1930 W. BROWN HOwIcI.L JOIIN PATRICK HALEY E. BURDER 'FHAGUE W. EARL SMITH VV. GLENN NICIIOL IRIS W. CARMACK S .JR- J. ALEC SMI'rII DEVALSE MANN Flofwrr: Red Carnation Class of 1932 RICHARD EARL NORMAN JAMES E. SMITH RAYMOND W. BELTER LAWRENCE ROOT HUDSON F. MEYER r1iROWBRIDGE H. SWEET JAMES A. BEEBE J. ORFEY BAI'I'Es, JR. JACK F. ROBINSON I-IAROLO DOWNING ALBERT DE FUNIAK WM. MUNRO Class of 1933 BERNARD WEILER LAVEINE TOWNSHND JACK BELL S2- gvig q' I l A-J ,f...f.g5Ag1:fgpfi I alll! WERSJITY Ol? LABAMN i-,rfr W www- vi' :YY--T. V Y D.-V V., - 1 Q -'-' A- -- - -..... 232 T 1 v .F,.-.-,,,-,:,-J.i Rx R91 if . ' J R T"":"- 5 gg? 11,9 in ,:.,.-.--..... , X- ---- ---------4 ' M9-Ju 4, ' Y -. :QI-'!,..1-41--.-., ,.', gmjdgg w Arm. I fu! . CTA -- Q if .. V, Y' 1 :QQ X QA. 'iv is EJ llflg Q4 lffl lilllf 4:51 9 ll fl ff? gf, gl fy M I fc lg ,T VL alfa? A.-.1 5- 1. W Tl ig ly 13723 ff' l li ,ill 14:14 ill, S l Ruin.: x f 'Aff Wil UQ' ll F Will" X WW, ly? J f--ff 'f "' . " -. A , YT . . gfwsi s A f A A ' '+R k . A gl 1 C N 5 Gibson, XV:-Oks, Tldwvll, Bradley, Imnnor, Ervin. Boll, I.uCour. Reed. M , I E Cm'l:4on, Bennett, I-lollvy, Rrlnkmam, Waarm-r, Ivnnskvy. Ellis, Rosonvlnge, Englcbcrt, Grlflllh. "TH ,. il Lowrcy, Moore, Pennington. Ilolvu, XVaTlsh, Mlllis, Fuirclotlx. Nl W I sy , ll gl ... .- wx' ' Rx 5 - T .-.e A..M,, ,W .... .,..-.M,--.....--..--.-...f , f.. 3 RMT-.. -........,-...-, - .,...,, .M XY QI","np-J"'i'-'v-"-'--W-Q'-'-'-"-1-"N" Q U. fail,-E " 'M -P M ' ' ' ' by I 0:9 'psf r nt Sixty-one Active Chapters 'jg-5,5 Nalmnal I'ul1limlion.' 'fSig lip jon,-ml" ' Colors: Royal Purple and Red -' - Flofw1'r.r.' Violets and Roses W l' ffl W Fl - ,ff Sv hv IE in J ass of 1932 . 1 ngmam ll psn on , , : Q . J , 1,RA,1.RRS IN UNIVERSITATE CARL Vl AX Nl. ALLIIRIGIIT R f,f . . . ,Rf-3 Founded atRxcl1mond College m 1901 GHORGH L. TIDWIZLL ' ,R l VV ,. 2 V ' My Class of 1930 Q IIIITRSF BIRIJSORG I 1'RANc1s I 11RlaAnc1LL lf j 1 fx., IOIAROLD O- VVMLKS MAR'l'lN B. PITNNINGTON lg - ' I DOUGLASS D- REED Alabama Beta Chapter BURL ICENNETII BENNETT 'N F Q o mf C. IvxNHsRx' . . , ,. - . :.,t- J SE H, C' Eslablulmd zu 1927 RUBEN L- f"U1'F1T'I WOR J- UGILNE 'm50N JACK CIORDON ENGLIEIIIERT fwgi' JEAN PAUL LACUUR Josmfu FAIRCLOTII My, XROBERT C. IERVIN CLARK G- MOORE FRATRES IN FACULTATE MMNUS C BMNKMM Wk J I' A T , M L CIIISS of 1931 DR. E. B. CARMICTIAEL PROP. T. M. NICIXNIGIVI' JOSRPITIYVSOLFN J a ALSII , R' L. BURTON lVlll.LlS PROT. J. M. FAIRCLOTII W R0mzR'1' A. MCLANH ,T V Rfb CARTER OGOEN Class of 1933, 5 PHILLIP WAGNER C. C. BELL 5 lie, R1cuARn F. NIETIIIAS -, Y .JL """" '13"1'f1"A"l4-"W' 'H' CIIAWON ELLIS R Rn JOHN O. Sunnmu JACK LOWREY A if L R RAYMOND I-IERRON HARRY K DANNFR R.. . 'LH B. B. HoI.LlsY NORMAN V. ROSENVINGE R' VVENDELL R. CARLSON ' JACK NAFTEL ,V , .. , , Rl Ronmu BRAITLLT ALEX LYNRS, JR. yg JACK OGOEN lf: yi Kg ' 1 ' .-1-.....-.--,,-,,,..,-...,-.fl 'DJ .til .... ...... - .. , A .T -ff ff 'fy-gf, :T-i.:1ffffffT'XLvf It A mix?-el fix.-i:z'2iJ . 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A 4-1-'-A---M'----'--A'-M--"1- A -- 'f' 'L ' iftf-7 af 'f""""""i11II1'lfIIII"DEii'm'l'lTMI? ,,,., 1 ,AA,,A,,, , ., .,..--.,,, ,, . 4 ,.. -.-....-...---M--......-... v .1 1 '1'hiI'ty-six Active Chapters -W H I'1zbli1'alian.' "The Delta Chi Quarterly" Colors: Red and Buff AMX?-A mcg Flofwfr: White Carnation Class of 1931 J. T. DEJARNIE'l"l'I5, JR. JOIIN A. DODD RonER'I' LOWERY ROBERT II. ORR JAMES B. ROBERTS, JR. FRED WAMBSGANNS Class of 1932 PAUL CALDWELL RUSSIZL DIMICK COOPER J. MORGAN Delta hi Founded at Cornell University in 1890 Alabama Chapter Eslalzlislzrd in 1927 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. JAMES J. Dos'rER DONALD II. MCCUAIG JOHN V. NIASTIERS EDGAR M. Sco'I'I', JR, VVADIE II. COLEMAN, JR. ROY R. VVILRIE Class of 1933 WILLIAM AIRIN PERKINS ATRINS WOODROW W. CANNON JOE A. Conn JAMES K, COLEMAN JAMES J. Dos'I'ER, JR. JESSIE GREGORY GILBERT F. DEVINE WOODROW W. JoIINsoN EDWARD D. MERCER EDWARD MURPIIX' JAMES R. PAYNE A. D. QUACKENEUSII A 'Ui "fs NRA wi iii-2 if? , I' I 1.4 . 1 if M Q15 V- .ff ,4 I ' fffri Y J tiff ' f, ,L, ff ,Mi ry I 'Aj 1 ,Lfl lx f 4 X93 Qlfsf ,O 11 iii ix A151 K4 ? il if Fw! RD mfs W 1 wi Y 2 4.3 1? xiii' iNv7 L1 1,1 X ik , I L WU JINJD fa as 1' Q yiiqlxl fifth W" 1 - D .11 IQFNNETH 9 P1:DIc'o FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE sEVIu'EI,P'2NI'uTN'iY f C. D. Co'I'I'INGIIAM 01,151 of 19311 Mm " IKM i'A,4f'-'mf J. INZER REID 31.1 RALPH W' E. TUCKER IIDRACE B. DILI. SLIMNER D. DAVIS CLARENCE rl-'URNER I.E0 C. O'NEILL JOIIN M. FOWLER Law C11111 of 1931 ull.. . . -- -....., NELSON O. FULLER J EDWARD A. LING .1 I-, Law Class of IQ30 1 911.1111 115 W. I'IERBERT OSBORNE I Lgfl Law Class of 1932 I bfi Jo ' C. M R 2 ' I LA'-5 Grfzdzzale M C rn 5 1' I RUELE MooR 3, I ' i 1 9 lil . 1 fx' . . , 4' .1 ....., .,m,ff'L.1 tsl.-.,...1.:.,.,,..,..-,., I . -,i"'1'fC"VY'i1' f A ' . F' ' fi-fi F4 7.1.1 1:-R., ,1-QE I .Q W-J t C U if L I . gal A.- .,,, ,,., - ,,,,,,,, M- ,,. .... , ,, 1 ,,. J . 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VVOR'rnx' JAMES VV. JOYNER CURTIS M. I'Ior.nnR I,1.ovn Jo!-1NsoN J. W. McIN'rosn OREL B. LlNnsrav C Theta Upsnllon Umegal Ffnlndeml at Inter-Frat Conference, New York City, 1923 Epsilon Beta Chapter lislablishf-fl in 1929 J. VV. COURTNIEY I,IiS'I'ER BRYANT I. Fox I.lGII'l'FO0'l' ROY IE. PIAMPTON Luo BREWSTER, JR. BYRON ROBERTS WXLLIAM COMER SIMS Ovm T. SvNo1"r Class of 1933 VERNON HAGAN J' B' ROBERTSON FRATRES IN FACULTATE VVIILIAM S1'onnARn 'X . f - TIIOMAS B007TZR - 1 , I I '- v r : r ' My CIN?-V of 93 IIORION CAMP I.r.sl.n. M. BLM. HARRY ROBERTSON V-'I' HENRY L. ANnnRsoN' THOMAS S'rARRla If! ICURL J. BURCII a'E'WAR" IZFLRA ag 4 H? V n.I,1AM UI.I.I5NIl0Fl" nj. I-OSILR 1OR"'ff HAROLID RonnR1'soN gi., J- C' S1 m""1f'S M---WMM., ,M ,,,- Www,-W ,,,, ww,-M ,,,, .,,,, , ,,,,, -M ELLIS Rm'Nm.ns Pmuw Vx, W J- L. SMITH W " " """' " ' WILLIAM N. GODFREY 5.5551 ALBHM- I-lumnqg FRANK CARROLL CLARKE r1iHURS'l'ON FAULRNRR EIQNSRYR Cb S'1'UnmsR1fn51.n ' R A , . 2 RN ELLIS L. DMM, o A n nA1vlH KK? VVILLIAM CURRY , , Sfnmr Illzvlirzzuf Senior Law VVILLIAM J. OWINGS Q. . ,, ,. , ,, IERNIE Mooluc ,N hui, II. SlRAvxnRmf,r LEMLEY GARRARD 4? ,H PTA .---' WH W- L1 L L-.. ......-.....:.. :We ..... . H , X tl- .. .f ,I--,ff - A A i -,f-wf' .. C- Q ,,, ,,..I:'i.:-i':iY51,?'g1 F1 vi 5 Y .FK ,Y -. , ,V X f - W -Q N A 1ff22L A - A A ' SITY or ALAaAmAf ff Vie ?f'ff-M ee- 1.3,- .. .UNWER A A ff ef -Q-Jeff-fvf -,,, ......---------'---'--------A J' M-L.LL.f ' ' ' 235 .y. S .,: . 1 .N E 1 13 f if ' ,.-. 11' E' 1, V. 3 "f Wie gi, .l 57.-V izf-T15 'F .15 32.1.1 ga' fffli 3591! Hi: We fx ,SE sg ..g sins, 5 IM. , gb .ge Z! "Ji U V, Kfmx 1RN.1if'G" .,NXy pix.. 'UU QLA .wx .wi ,Hi R-.M 1x,.,,,QQ 93 fi if 22 YV' x HH X ,.X , Hxvxhv-1. fl--. Xi x , .. UP. X,f'?.q HM' I, My . Q , Q AF Y A 1 .A , fr Rlj is he M Zi I "'f"'-7 ,,,Kf" '-'O-A Q'-hm '-'U' "Nm -.' . Z'-x .....-,.-,..,.. -:",'I"-T ff f9.L'R'f?7'-gffj . ,I - , , An' , ...N M - 1 rj' Q ,rg '71,-f--WVZQ-,F-...WR-.x23,' ' A 1. ' 301 1+ 3597 1'ffGdA-442:14--4f..U J rlno, I"I'I-Svott, T'hillIIIs, 1l:Il:-III-:IIl. Smith, IIIIII-lI:II'l, llolstun. AI-nIstI'oIII.:. Whitt-IIIII-st, SWIIIINIIII, Nntlolls, Alilllln-II, III-0. B. Igfll-Yill'I1, IC. J. CIM-SIIIIL. .I. II. L!lI0sIIIIt, Anl'l1, XV. J. Alls-II, H:II'ilvld. Ilotltru, .l:II-IINIIII, Ifil'klll3. Ln W-,L ,,,1,,,.,,,,.. . 2 ,..- ..,,. --., -. .,.... - ..,..,.. - 4.5-5 Colors: Czlrclinal ZUIKI Stone FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1930 WILLIAM F. BOGARD VVILLIAM A. PREsco1'I' GORDAN DAVIS R. MCDONALD PIIILLII-s G. DINK HALSTEAD Alpha Sigma Phi Founded at Yule University ill 184.5 Thirty-two Active Chapters National PIIlIlic:ItioII: Tim T0ll1llhll'l,UA' Alpha howta Chapter Eslrzblislzud 1930 Q - f -------'--"-?' 'fo L, .,.., L-,,,-m,.,.L----..-,L---I.-g..-m..L... N3 5' U Flofwrr: Ca rdinal Rose Class of 1932 JAMES B. ALLEN E. CLINTON JACKSON ROBERT C. SWANSON VVILLIAM J. ALLEN JoIIN M. KIRRUI' CIIARLES R. MIIILIKEN CLIFTON E. DODGE VVILLIAM J. 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Established zn 1926 Class of 1932 silly " ' Q: r RRIQR2 KERMIT C. Com2RN fm? l 4 V , 4 P ' Class of 1930 FRATRES IN' FACULTATE ALLEN L' TERRY ifgwf . WILLIAM L. JONES JOHN SMR ESPY Li I, JOHN M. SHAVER, JR. Jnslfrn CLAUDE HAYES OSCAR DAHLIENE IYIACK JOLLY 1, .Fl GEORGE LEROY STEELE BRITT CLARKE CIIESTER H. IxN1Gn'1' 1 . EUGENI: GEWIN 'flllgxf JAMES O. SMITH JULIAN D. MANCILL GEORGE C. VVAKEFIELD L fe ' ' . 'r QR.: ROLAND FORREST OWEN JAMES IIERNDON IWW' 'glib EVAN GEWIN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WRU RlJ.,'9N W Clam of I9 3 3 ,R my I ost Grfzrlurzte ll URW I HOWARD VVALKER , ...QI Cl Llaox MAURICE DUNNING DANIEL L. HAUGHTON Eg ,xl 055 of 1931 VVIIELAN W. PALMER L I-R EDWARD STOVALL I'InRunRT E. Fosrnzn qilfl 'QR HERMAN C. INGRAM A -A,, ,MMM Mm--F ,-q, ,,,, u , ,,,, W 5571 , -' ,g.,,,-::i """"' ' ---L ... -- 1 L 'Q All GURLIE CREEL l 4 1 ,fl 4r U HORACE M. HULGAN Flcxlznmn Law Clam V. wfqy 1"' 1 , L 3,4 JAMES ALBERT ELLIS JOHN A- FOSHEE Ulf, Sl! RAY V. 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I I Ziff., ,,,,,,,,.,.,,..-.,-,,,,-,-....,........,....,-.,.,..-...... --V--A-----, J Colors: Black and Gold Flofwer: Sweet Pea X fig axis Floss o I 2 W FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE J f X X5 HARoI.n A. DAWSON IX Class of 1930 Rox' D. MIMS jd, . Q JoIIN O'TooLIz 1 KHNNMH W' COONS Phu PS1 TIIoMAs G. PRICE ' , LONNIE HENDERSON ' 1 n JOHN B. RWPERE 4 -Q PELMER T, HEL Founded :It the Umversxty of Alabama Ill I929 VVNSTON C SHOTFS : 2 REYNOLII SIIo'I'I's VVILLIAM D.. SMITH Z .7-I Rox J. VXAGMIR WILLIAM H. STEP? W. LAUBENIIIZIMER .I 0 FRATER IN FACULTATE 'x Class o 1 I Class o I f f 93 JAMIas R. CUnwoR'I'II f 933 ' CARL W. BAR1'IIELMEs CHARLES W- BRENNAN J ALBERT -M. GIRTEN I.owELI. I-I. HANNA TW' Rom3R1' C. HANSON I.nwIs I. MORRIS RUDOLPII F. KRASSE WILLIAM J, MoRRIsoN WARREN G, PAYNIE F-MW ,hlu W-Mmhwgmmwnd Y Y -vw an M JULIUS S. RAI-P HARRY H. ROBINSON CIIARLIes A. VARNIQR LUCIUS W. ROBINSON CIIARLIIS F. VVALZ JULIAN E. S'rIaPIIIzNs I.. G. DAVIS 2,1 VV. R. DAUGHIIRTY fllodzml Class of 1931 JAMIas L. CALLAWAY DANIEL V. DoUGIInR'I'v , if A I Dai xl is ...,,..,..,...---.,-...-... K PN A Qi -2'.fF1"fM-1" ffff or 1? .. I - 'A lfflfk f 1 li at 05.955 J I-.9 ' ""' M""""""""""""N' 4 N35 A -X55 i 1-wi liQT"f?f?Tjfg?'ff- -- A f 'W g '-T7-""-' "A"A' " WX f..4..f.,Q1,,5i:g5::mfg5 'UNIVERSITY Ol' ALABAMA gay , .. 43,4 ' A"' ' "IW" ' 'N Fig, V llll' - -vu ' " N ' W - 238 5,1 mx , x , I I - M,-'f:::i1f ,, ' """"" "'M" """"""'-"W W .rggagfl I,-,..--..-I.,I.-, W- X 2A.,.p?',1,1"LQf'fli5-,pilrfijf r5,,Q1i.,fLi'3Dfc:x3 ,.,,.jA , A, O . if . 0 A Al A' l?:fi7E':?, Nw.. h. 515' ' f "1 5:3:.,g'1-,,ff.L.ii.Qii5fPJ-a1.',fx1Q,j kb . -H V -' -- ' IL J " ....L::L..i::3,.f:' IH, If I?" ifvii nl VJ! ml lffj :fl M UT? H.-iii Hvii .ww li -if IMP IVE M, ' 'UNK Qqikiax 6.45321 1. ixifl Q.. I ifNi'i"filQf I lg Q5 I if ,- - fx asp! r' V - M' i ,Vigil 'IX' ix iv .. , , W V- R mv, -,Y , M ,,,,., ,....,,,.,, ,--. .fix it J L i' K Twcntv-seven ,Active Cha ters N I, . v 'lf if Colors: Purple and White fyzffl, M' If ,X "fill ffigff 4, 1 :wg FIIATRES IN UNIVERSl1'.fX'1'IE II I. I x.I.',' 1, IN ii 'fi .TOE C. CATANZANO, JR. 7 QQ, D. O. MAcAI,UsO ANTHONY SOAFATI ANcIzLo BOLOGNA VINCENT J. PAI.IvmRIA , , N, fig-: N ,. I 6 5 1' 3'OsIs, Hnnmno. Grzulzlv, 'l'omnmsOllO, Schwllcm-I. Sulvntm-O, Pzilxulinn, Mnzzur-uno, Nndlmlu. Huluglm, Xvuxxliottfi, Trlppi. Scufntc, Samtul, Catunzmio, PL-rrclll. A blicnlion: "KleOs and TickeI"' Flofwer: White Carnation A ' .... .11-. fiY'1iTiZiji:iiif""4""''T' '33 5 -1 2 if 'Q Pu Alpha Phi Delta Founded at Syracuse University in 1912 Phi Chapter Esfzlblislurd in 1928 FRATRES IN IJNIVERSITATI GUIDO PACCIIIANA JOHN J. GIaANnI2 .FRANCIS I. PALADINO JAMES J. W UGLIO'l"l'A PAI.IvImz J. DEFAZIO CHARLES J. rfOMMASELI.0 LOUIS PERRHLLI X Vx K H 1 1 , ., . MQW DOMINIC A. MAzzAcANn PMP-R MAIIIA Cx-M Y SAMUEL GROSS , MARIUS NICOLIS MAR-fm R, COLUCCI ROBERT ADDONIZXO H-4 FRANK T. MADONIA HUGH GIANNONE , , Ki: il MICIIAEL D. TRIPPI MARIUS PACE ANTHONY G, SAI,vA'I'Ol1n ,-4---.:'::LLlhl:1W Jl:.,.T---,.-Y-. . LLM-, ANTHONY AIIIANA QI" LEO ROMANO NICHOLS D12 CARLO PASCIIAL ScmaI,I.IzcI Jon BELLINI I I 4 ' I 1" ' 5 liuii sm hifi I--as HI Ii'-I! sf. 1' I iii I V I 5.3 ' , I ,H-Q M I.: '4'-- "" ----W '-'- 3 '-" 1 4' """A"' '::i"i4:-f':, A ,. 'iTLTLil1,L1i1L'1L,'-4, I, :fi Ag GQ '. f' -q4TyyQC'i -al T' A4 ' L4-fd? Iv, K, QR., 'FICBKQBTEEP 31453332155 ,41QfQ3QgfT?fEg'g-gf I I I I ,Ig , I ' ix i 4. I, ,,,, ::., W' -- Y -- ----- -- My--U ...-.....lJ V- 4 l I --H gk:-W,,..,f,L.QlF "U " "" "' W I - I . V ,'7'Q'727 -Tk -55,51-ji5LfQ5jgggQ3213j,,i',,: QgIQggC,p3?2.Ej I, "Q, ' f gfI233,it-NZjT5LIl.Q-ZQI , , M , ,.,,,-..,, nf-.- xwzlfjyr, mga! - w ww' iw q-W Hn, Xlitukr .... ,. 239 . .U X V ' a. l A . 1, I r fn 1 I l -I B K AX' 'ii -- X460 W5 W. - M? 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RosIsN I""l,'l FMANUFL M KFRSTFIV D 0 1 ' I I 4 4 - . .- AVID . ,lhllluk lRll'l10 Cllll-HIIDICIIT' IRVING BIERMAN Class of 1931 E.rlaI1li.vhcd in 1926 iI3v5RZ'AiA:L21lER MARTIN V. BORDMAN fit S. RICHARD Lavx' CI NVQ' HAROLD F. CAPLAN an of 1933 fy I HAROLD C. Lnvv -1 ,.-....-- -M ...-.....--.--.:-------H....- - .... -- JOSEPII H. BIIRMAN ll!! MAX D. SCIIILLER L. ROBERT SCIIENE ln. 1' NORMAN VVEINSTEIN li---ll ' LEW J. Smrz gl! Medlfal C1055 9f I931 BENJAMIN POZARNE lfx SAM LEMKIN MAURICE GERBER IW l f . lil J lf ,WVU Y,A, W, ,,,,,,., , ,-.,.,.-,,W,H...--.,.-..-Jl --.---I--.----.M-T.......,........1T.. ll I1figG1-"hif3'i34zf'i5:q. ff: E - A C A If ' S . ..mi glib 654 lil -M . 1 - .. "1 ,f"X "" 'K yyfx J AN ,gil -f-FQ 'H :M-W Q . - 4 .- .gj'j.Qp',',:.g,,n 536129 unwsnsrrv or ALABAMA 9526 QA "ff In I V ,... . . ,.,, Agia, ..-V ' Y M H 'I . U -W .--.-. A 240 X 'WCP' J Q Q X W '- 9 Titles of honor add not to his worth Who is himself an honor to his title ffohn Fure-Ladie T ' l HONGRARY AND PROFESSIGNAL lf' Z fl 4 , jf- H, li: Aff" ' s- ,lg V.-f 7, ,, V ff" pil i li P , gui 1 1 rf ,f ,ki r, ,1 'R , 'IZT::,t -.-fi " -" ' Wm" ' Cb- ., .1-'TZ'N,...---.-..--W.. U .. wf,,1f-x-fgvrfzffxf Qrqic- V Y ' , l -fig, I: , mfg?-T05 , . ff?-,!Af.:'Tf" RWE" cv.. -- g "qi-R-iv, A 9 ix., -...,.-f -, , ...I-M. --IU ..-i-- n H- ',v, -MW-ww.,--M vnhw- -,mm 4,,, v,,A,,,,,- ,,.,. ..,... - -1 x 1 1 ,, Wi it if it ii-Hg! Pri l Ziff" mf 'rl llfj M ififf. I ,ff rliii ff' I 'viii iw trol lfffzl iff?- liwii Qfzzl vffdffev N ilvlrll' xl' 'X 252 W, f- i i. Wifi is 14' l. 6 ,..V. Wil 0Rv1LLu RUs11 BONNEAU MURRAY HUGH S'rARL1Nc fxlggl ly" , H tr ff Q My -1 Y ,f 11 O O ,iffy 5 itziuudlemnt Government ASSOCHQCHOH ll WX' nk. Students govern their own affairs at the University of Alabama through the Student Government Association which is composed of the entire N student body. Its oflicers are elected annually by popular vote. The ilfliifi ,l li Honor System is the most important integral of the association. Under . . . . v l" this system students are placed on their honor to give strict observance P1 ref to all of the association's laws and to aid in carrying out these laws fi Ely . . . s X by reprimanding violators. gf gl llfg .xii-'Xi fig f f lla? igiflfx' ,lyiigii OFFICERS 1 its it i.ff,.lzU ORVILLE F. RUSH . . . ..... Prsfident 3315? . . fl? HUGH STARLING . ..... . .... Iliff?-Pl'I'.YlllE7lt , :fi V. BONNEAU MURRAX' . . Secretzrry-ll1'ea.vurer w , 1 Qi iff! llllli 1 if f 1-f I .5 V1 Y lf' ,, '- A f J I It R fl' Ai I L o 43. 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SENTELL A. P. DRUMMOND TOM BRI'I'I'ON Mllerrzalej Q51-X BRUCE MCFACIIIN M. T. BRASWELL fdlzernalcj F5 ' HONOR COMMITTEE Jil lb LEWIS SMITII JAMES O. SMITII HUOII CARDON JAMES O. SENTELL FRED SXNGTON BRUCE MCIEACIIIN 'R' J, H, NEWMAN JOIIN CAIIDELL fdllrrnalej XV TIIORNTON MOORI5 fl11lL'!'7lll1L'j If" A3 . - I Lv. 4. -A 'fp"1'f2If'f'f" -'-A f'f4 - J f:77'Tfffi "'JIJ"""R' ..LJ. I fy "'A""' fm' 'SJ' J-1,2 X ,,,,JJ A-I .M .,.,, A X j I ij """ "'1I-- A -II,, lgli, A ,,.J X , fx R JIEEQESIMRSQEELS QQ: A umvEnsI1'vorAI.AnAmA-- ,, -- --f-ffvxfff , ,,,- E- I A : E g,f-'wily 243 'I +I, I L I., A IJ WI ki N I N "7f:'7'mMg I ' - " - ' ' A .. ' ' Q is 4,7 , 7-'fi' fm-7 - - It Q- THE I 1930 COROL A if ,3i?'i! N I If 24 xxx if ESQ 144 l VI A 7 9 6 55 Q, F. f I IR V. If X f 2 l nil ' f .AQ 'X is gf, Jasons f'l ' Jasons, senior honor society, was founded at the University of Alabama in 1914 6, 1 and bases its membership on leadership in some branch of college activities, 5 scholarship, general value to the college and promise of future usefulness. 'I if 5 OFFICERS C N of H IERBERT OSBORNE . . . ...... ...... P resident EW JAMES O. SENTELL . . . . ...... Vice-President IRIS W. CARMACK . . . .Secretary-Treasurer :fm dl UR, C If MEMBERS ww Ef W. D. PARTLOW, JR. YIERBERT OsnoRNE HOOPER KEITH fi HUGH DOWLING JAMES O. SENTELL HARRY PRITCHETI' -11 LEWIS SMITH IRIs W. CARMACK ALBERT RANKIN .V lgjl JEFF COLEMAN JESSE EBBRDT HUGH STERLING lf' EARL SMITH REUBEN HERREN JEROME BRITGIIEY ELLIS PIAGLER Roy KIMEROUGI-I I if V ,JEWEL I ,.,.,.,.,,m. V .,,. ...,,,. M ...,. WTNX y...1,,,.,,T,.:. m,,:.,wg ..,.. X ,.?,,f.j, Jw v YJ KL " -ff ,W ..,Mf..,.,. .... Ui ,,"I'V, it ,.... S .:,:.:,.,.,.,E.L,:IM,,, I 'TXT-MM,,f Rl ' gifgwii. J y N 74 T? 9 f-" 1515" Q-FE -- F5 I 1 Y ,Q ----Q--V-----ATI? "T I UNIVERSITY QI' ALABAMA gg, .6 - ' .-sw '21 SQ, 4, ,,,, ,.---.- L- WV H W 'up . YF W -M 244 fav... . E I-..':' .' '- I V ,. V 'A , -'---- -A--V-N . . f Xf V J, My -I.-rw,-T--Q 1-my -.... x. Q. ,.--...--,U -,. , J-,.' . f. .I,, -.,,, ,....I . - , .. .,,...s IJ-, Q gn, Juana ,HIf.g,w,,V,,. ,. Mg: g I, X '. .L. 1..ttJA. ,.,.-,.,. 1.. ..-MM A.. ...E .E J.: ..: ,A N , Q 4 Umicron Dcllrta Kappa A National Honorary Society founded at Washington and Lee University in 1914, basing its membership on leadership in athletics, scholarship, publications, forensic and social activities. GEORGE H. DENNY V STEWART J. LLox'n JAMES J. DOSTER ALBERT L. RANKIN SEYBOURN H. JEROME M. BRITCHEY IRIS W. CARMACK HUGII DOWLING ROBERT L. GARRARII WILLIAM HOWARD HooI'ER KEITI-I llconta Circle Eslablixhcd in 192.1 MEMBERS IN FACULTY LYNNE RALPII E. ADAMS A. J. FARRAII ALONZO COLEY W. B. SAFFOLD OFFICERS J. O. SENTELL, JR. .... . BONNEAU MURRAY' . MEM EERS SHYBOURN H. LYNNE BONNEAU MURRA1' IIUGI-I DOWLING JAMES II. NEWMAN IAIEREERT OSBORNE WII.LIAM PARTLOW GEORGE A. LANG WALLACE WADE BROOKS FOREIIANIJ . . . . . .Presizlvnt . . . IXZCI?-lJI'l'J'il1lf7Il . . . .St'I7l'I'fllI'jI Trrfzzsurer HARRY I-I. PRl'l'CIIE'l'I' ALBERT L. RANKIN, JR. J. O. SENTELI., JR. LEWIS A. SMITII HUGII STARLING EARL SMITII I ,,, .,...., .t ,... ..,., ...,w,, ....., ...N ,...... ,.,,,,,,.5..,,.:.3f, ,... .... , ,.,,..,fM ,,Wa:,ggf'.:gqff:fQ:g"-A "" ' """""" WM -"-- - i.,f""fr"-z:gj.'1j1g'''Iff,:c'i:'f.ZQfZ:yMf41Q'1'q"g":":'z "" MXf'17'4:gzg::fgj'wi:''1'1'':H:':':7f-11:-f'a::'g,,fffg7 "ffl " 412f51'M .A "' " '.1..,a'.1t:-fff?5"f.'f' rf' H' JN .,.,.. 5 'w7fW'11J:, 2 -WJ 2155" "59e1X'?D uw 'iififfhfipfffyfqEfitfwyjzfj igllv Zn.. 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COCIIRANE I-IORACE DILL HUGH DOWLING JL .,...., - ,,.., . ..., ,.,. W leadcrsllip in college activities. OFFICERS J. O. SIENTELL, JR. .... . . . IRIS W. CARMACK ..,. HERIIIERT OSIIORNE . . . .... Secretary IRA C. BALLARD . . . .Prcsirlmzl . .Vice-Presizlent . Trms1n'c'1' FRATRES IN FACULTATE DEAN AI.BliR'I' J. FARRAII M EM E LEON DUNNING MAURICE K. ICRORICII LESLIE GRIXN'l' FRANK HOWARD WILLIAM lIOWARD SEYIIOURN LYNNE JACK MCCUIRIZ !4Q,ff,9, ,J ,,!477,N' ,K .,W,,,,,..,, ,,.,, ,,,.,., , , ,, ,, vw, ,f .W,A ..ifff6f?75fg:54421-..,.,Zf.s.2,e,2.a.z. 3. A , 412557.19 DABNEY S. LANCASTER ERS BONNEAU MURRAX' l'lERBlER'l' OSBORNE YVILLIAM PARTLOVV SAM D. PERRY HARRY PRITcIIEI'I' lVlII.'l'0N S, PULLEN ALBERT L. RANRIN ,....w:. .:f'hff:g'::gfy..,.J'.,.,..,. 1... mm, LE ,,..... I 3Z.Q...:. V 'w5l"""f'?l M yffif' gy X 'N .,., .Jw 'fi ' 4,ma:17::.1j"7::3,Z5. I A ,f 4,.,. - ,...,. Q. 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Vice-President GRIFFIN HARRISON . . . . . . Sm-ezary WAYMON BISHOP . . . Treasurer MEMBERS W. D, PARTLOW, JR. ROBERT FULTON JAMEs HEELIN NEWMAN WAYMON BISHOP JESSE T. HONNEY JAMES J. CAMPBELL IRIS W. CARMACK NORWOOD CORER WILLIAM COCHRANE PHILIP DAVIS FLOYD T. DOBBS ALBERT ELLIS GRIFITIN l'lARRISON VVILLIAM E. HOOD CLARENCE C. HOWARD VVILLIAM B. HOWARD HOOPliR KIil1'II VVALTIER MERRILL V, BONNEAU MURRAX' BRUCE MCEACIIIN ALBERT RANKIN JAMES O. SENTBLL JAMES O. SMITI-I Til-IEODORE SPETZ AUBREY STABLER JAMES G. STALCUII ,TOIIN HENRY SUTHER JOIIN M. VINCENTELLI EDMOND WYATT I , ,W ..., W ....l, .,.,,., ,..,, ..,. ,!..:WW .,,.,,, ,A MfaI,I.E.EQ ILl.lk X uf , 'f" I I .,,24f5eII. f' f- A ----.f"5RX-N -vfff 7' . K . M n--M 4xNffTIF'f-- .. fTf"N.-..., ,D .NV N-,I ,gl 5 I' .E .I . D . . A we , I ew . V. 5W.31.j.:.N-.,4:,fm. , .. 1 -LTI15-5 . 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HAOAN, INFANTRY CAPT. P. VV. RUTLEDGE, C. A. C. CAPT. VV, T ANDREWS, C. A. C. CAPT. WALTER B. JONES, INIfAN'I'RY, O. R. C. IIIEUT. A. VV. PENCE, C. E. MEAIIXERS IN THE UNIVIERSITY COLONEL ALBIZRT L. RANKIN CAIIET CART. JACK R. SPENCER CAOET FIRST LIEUT. NICHOLAS T. BRASWELL LIEUT. COLONEL J. O. SMITH CADIET CAPT. CIIARLES J. BEANE CAIIET FIRST LIEUT. JAMES M. FOSTON MAJOR IRIS W. CARMACK CAOET CART. L. K. ANDREWS CADET FIRST LIEUT. JAMES E. DAVIS MAJOR JOHN M. SIIAVER CADET CAPT. THOMAS A. BRI'I'I'ON CADFT FIRST LIIEUT. JAMES D. HAYES MAJOR HORACE B, DILI. CAIJET CAPT. r1'HOMAS L. FOSTER CAIH-:T FIRST LIEUT. HOLLY A, JOHNSON MAJOR HUOMAN LANCLEY CAIIET CAI-'I'. CHARLES B. CIIEMEYI' CADET FIRST LIEUT. JOHN TIMMONS MAJOR JACK CONREY CADIET CART. JOHN VVHORTON CAIJET FIRST LIEUT. MARVIN MCBROOM CAPT. J. D. CARTER CAIHIT CAPT. L. P. DANIELS CADHT FIRST LIEUT. ROSS CAMP ' ,.I,, V ...- we .,.....,.,u-.,.....,M.....1..., -1'- S. W, A.,. .,., . ,.-ygxw,-EII5 .fv.I-. We -I.,, H AT 'sl'f,',,ff ,,,, rf. . L, ,,,,I:jflQ"' ,, I ,, f. 'gre 1 , ,,,, Y, M 1 ,M mm ,, ,..,. . ....... W-.- MALL! '..LJ,-LI,.f 248 , f W 1r,yM"vKX"W -1 A . .,,.- --J,-X 0' -ry vu rr- fr- -xr -wr. 'wr'-K -V -1,,,- -A Wi ..,rY,,..,,N! N., 1' 0 'rv All W Ea! 1. H ': ' ' R 'i.1-.1:.f'gf5r.f. sl. 11.11 ifme,5l:J.:L.1.9.ia:f.2if1.. -A-1,31 A,zj 1 Q-r -- Founded at Phi Alpha Delta Professional Law Fraternity Calor.r.' Old Gold and Purple Flofw1'r': Red Carnation Yale University in 1898 Fifty-one Active Chapters Publiralion: "The Phi Alpha Delta Quarterly" Qlcoham Tyler Morgan Chapter CHARLES Wnm.Ex' JARRIA1' ABERCROMBIE LEsL1E B. CPRANT VVILLIAM L. CLARK JAMES COLEMAN NELSON FULLER WlI.I.I1lM BARBER JOE BONNER I-IORTON Ll'l"l'LlZ 3, 1 5 4 1'g.g,,,.,. nt,,tW -f , f ,..,..g...4:.,.,gg.,.'.4.4.Y,....rm N ef.ra1 .....,.l Establislmd in 1922. FRATRES IN UREE W. Gkoss JOHN FRATRES IN FACULTATE P. MCCOY J. V. Class of 1930 '1'noMAs VVn.1,s MOORE JOHN KEL1.Ex' Clary of 1931 EDVVARIJ A. I.1N1: FINIS S11 jonx VVn.1.1AM INGE lIn,1, CARI. G. MOIililiS Clan' of 1932 JOHN MCREE Tom MCDOWELL LELAND MERCIER H. L. Rocmzs J., 14.1 ,- 249 1 map. :,1'!.1:.,H,:1.1-'Bn C. PEARSON lVlAS'l'IiRS . X I 11-gm 1'--A - ' Uv,"-.ff-if X IIEREER1' OSBORNE S'l'I5WAR'l' STONE Bon MUNmNE jo11N C. Scnok Hucn R. XNILLIAMS JOHN 'INHOMAS H. O. VVEEKS R, C. Wn,n11'E SI R I ,. ..,... I , r . A E S i U I Sngma Dclltal Kappa Intercollegiate Law Fralernity Founded Zlf University of Michigan in IQI4 xfctimf Chaplcrs: Twenty-seven Colors: Red and Black 1'I1blicalio1z.' "Le-De-Ka Quarterly" FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1930 W. E. GInsoN 'En. H. SAUNDERS ROGER C. SUTTLE G. D. HALSTEAD E. B, MILI.ER D. D. REED W. C. I'IAY'l'I-IE CECIL STRAWBRIDGE J. S. SWANN Class of 1931 BILL ARMSTRONG GRAY ANDERSON L. V. CIIESSER Class of 1932 VICTOR BUFFINGTON LAMPKIN ROGERS HARRY RANDALL W. B. WINDIIAM ..,,,,. fsres WM- ""' W .if-1:15425 ,,., 7f.Q,,...f,5z.e,!,m ,,.." 1 ' ..,.,, 1 . - ..,.. 412- I s" " " " 'I "' - ,,. . V . I V. f c R.,-V M K ,,-, -1, .. .... , ,, .1 I r Q ' 250 j5,4.,.' q'T,j!?i.rT2g'fg3 'f .I. I FW . gf-Q-7.,-i. f I 9 Theta Kappa Psi Medical Fraternity Colors: Green and Gold FoIIIIzled :It the Medical College of Virginia in I879 Nll1Ctj"SCX'Cll Active Clmptcrs Pll1lfiCllli0Il.' "The Messenger" Fo Ll N mms Floiwfr: Rose JOIIN IE. Comes CIIAIQLIIS W. AS'l'ROl' liARKsImI.Ia IlIxI.Ias llcorta Chapter Fourlrlccl 1905 FRA'I'IzI5s IN 1"AcIII.'I'A'I'Ia FRANK A. KAY, M.D. J. R. SIIAIvIIII,IN, M.D. J. S. TAIwvA'I'IcR, M.D. . FIzA'rREs IN URBE VV. M. FAULK, M.D. W. D. PAR'I'I.ow, M.D. G. VV. SAI.I.Izx', M.D. ALs'I'oN F1'I"I's, M.D. R. C. PIxIz'I'I.ow, M.D. VV. G. SIIAIvIIII.IN, M.D. Toomns LAWRIINCII, M.D. A. M. WALKER, M.D. - FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE R. II. AI.I.IIIaIaImcII D. L. LovIsI.I. J. V. MCIIISNIJON A, G, SIHREY G. F. BAIIQR W. ll. DAIQIIIIN C. D. MCLIIOII W. A. STITII, JR, F. F. CAI.IIIzIzoNI W. A. DoIIsoN R. IE. NEVVMAN j, T, SULLIVAN J. L. CAI.Low1n' J. E. HANIIY R. F. OWEN P, M, THOMPSON A. L. Coomzk B. I-IoLI,owIaI.I. R. D. SIIAIvIIII,IN J. R. VVALKEIQ D. V. DoucIIEIa'I'Y R, WATSON OFFICERS , ' VV. A. STITH . . R. D. SHAMBLIN . . . . . I'I-rxiflrm D. V. DUUGIIIIRTY . . .Vice-l'rvsidrnt RALPH WATSON. . . Srucfazy . . il'I't!l.lllII'I - . -k,faf4'a'lf " " " "" ""' i " " 1 :1'avi'f1.5. 251 .6 'M 'f..,' W " X. "f , Qi . . ' Vw -5 ,f .. Q , r .,,. ff., f Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity Foullclecl at the University of Pittsburg, ISQI Fqrty-one Active Chapters Colors: White and Emerald Flafwrr.' VVhite Chrysanthemum PIlbIiCllfifIIl.' 'l'1'lIe Qll1ll'lCI'lj' of the Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity" Sigma Chapter Eslablishml in 1906 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. E. B. CARMICHAIEI. DR. J. J. KIENNlilJX' DR. Honsox Davis DR. Trios. IC. HUNT DR. Crvnr Brooks FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE i Class of 1930 ' J. Scfxknkouml, JR. Akxow VVILSON M. J. Iflmk J. B, SMI-I.I2'I'0N AL. F. I-IoI.LlzY A. L. Iflusxlsx' Mimi Horavms IS. A. Nl5Vl"l'ON Gkmn' CAUSIIY l'IUGlI H. BARIfIIzI.n Dl5VVl'l"l' C. MIEAIJ GEORGE VVILEY RAFAIII. R. MUNI! A. J. '1'RIaI-Irakxu Class of 1931 Sumaau IE. SAMMQNS A. H. Sl:I.I.1vmxx STICPIIEN A. DURRICK O'rIs L. JORDAN PLACIIIO ARRACIIE R. DON CAMI1nEI.I. ROBERT C. lVlITSClllil.l ,.,A .........,........ ,,.,.... ......,... ..., . . .... ..... .... . .. ..,, , ,... ........ ,,,.. ,.., ,, .. ......... ..........,....... I . .,..,,... V- ., ...., , ,.,, Dk. En. Lrxksox DR. RIILIIH MQBURNEI' lx " 5 'f.'42f7i'7'ff? N"' ' . iff. -UW. f' .. ., .I . ,wi JILIxIni3'1::g1,f..,gg1 1 , , , , .f 45729. " ,ff,g,A,ga I , . , , ,?e.Qif.,,:s.,...f,Q " ' . ..,. .... ..... W W. M'-un t... ........ 143355. 7' , in yf,r,.n.m'..Q'. f. .. ,.,.... pw? :cf fgjfj, fig rw--fm f ,, ,, f , .. neue- ,nw ff-V, mffwjf Y -. I , f f ff .Mff 3 ,, f , ,. ....., ,,... , -f F51 "" 121.112 iw 1.:.1f'.a.f . ,, 5' L."'li'i.?"' . If ,J 1 :Q fl ll r" 1414-ft-jffvn ,f"i-,fligpifrf lt ' vi. ' ' .-.f w.'1f1f"'t-"'f1.gif 252 4, 1 Phi Chi Medical Fraternity Founflecl at Louisville Medical College in 1894 Colors: VVlIitc Zlllil Green Flo-wer: Lily of the Valley Sixty-five Active Chapters PIlbl1l'llf10ll.' "The Phi Chi Qu:IrteI'ly" lleita Chapmter Exlablishcd in 1903 FRATRES IN FACULTATE JAMES S. lVlCl.ES'l'liR, M.D. A. S. 'I'AYl.OR, M.D. I-IORTON CAMP, A.B. NEI' V. RAGSDALIE, M.D. JAMES W. MACQUEEN, JR., M.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE R. XL. GARRARD F. S. RODGERS A. B. LEE W. P. STEWART L. C. O'NEAL J. R. PIIILLIPS S. J. VVILLIAMS W. J. OVVINGS IE. G. MOORE R, B, WEBB Class of 1931 P. HREWSTER F. C. WATTS VV. J. VVliATlll3RFORD H. T. DONQVAN VV. S- IG,4,5H,iAR.,- D. DAVIS VV. H. VVEEMS L. P. STEPIIIENSON VVILLIAM J. ANIDERSON FREE H. BUCKELEW CHAS. ROBERT BURNS FRANK -IE. CHAPMAN H. DAVIS CIIIPPS MIQRRIT' C. CI.EMlcNTS ARTHUR F. COLLIIER IEOWARO T. COMER JOSEPH W. FOSTER RICHARD W. FXELIJS WILLIAM S. FRANCIS ROBERT A. FULTON Pledges March 13, 1930 ALlll5R'l' M. GIRTEN IRVIN H. c1RlFFIN WM. KBNDRICK l'lARli JOHN VV. IIART RUDOLPH H. KRASSE CHARLES C. 1.A'l'llAM lVlON'l' LEWIS WM. O'l'lS l.l'l"I'l.liS PAUL A. LANTRIII RURLE E. MOOR JAMES C. lVlCfillIil5 WILLIAM F. MCKINLEI' NAT RIVHS NEWMAN JAMES R. PAYNE lfDVl'.-XRD B. Pl'l"l'S SOL M. PUGI-I WM. SI-RARS RANDALL JACK F. ROBINSON , JOHN BANKS ROBINSON COLVIN VV. SAl.l.I'iY WILLIAM D. SEOEERRI' WILLIAM C. SIMS IRA CLIFTON SKINNER WM. EARLE SMITH A 'H' -1 1 2 ALMON C. STABLER AUEREI' L. S'l'ABl.IiR El.DRl5D B. TEAGUH CLARIENCB M. TURNER ROI' J. VVAGNER JOHN I-I. VVALLS ARTHUR F. VVILKHRSON CHARLES H. W7Il.S0N WVIEBSTER MANIIRRSON VERNON L. HOGAN THOMAS HOOZIER I P. plz U ,....,,-rf , .N I .. .... .Y...-..-..,.,..1 .-...-,A.....,- fm, .. i f 1 x . .I-. .1 .1 lg ., , lfsw f""T' K- 1 L- l Nfl AW p Vaglxfp.,--1i',fflr . -T. I ' 'I ' 'QM al .11.al,:4L.,.l iL:..i:':Pflfl,l1f4'i:.lf?.4l ,Ai ...Ja ff.f a-114. ., , ' LT N- , -5 'x Colors: Orange an J. L. SPEAKE . CONN LITTLE . T. K. JACKSON . ED MCGOWVIN Rho Allplha Tau To Promote Good Fellowship Among the Freshmen d Black Flofwer: Lily of the Valley OFI"ICERS . . President. . . . . Vice-President . . . .Sec1'etary. . . . . Trc'asur1'r. . Kappa Si gma . Alpha Tau Omega Chi Phi . Delta Kappa Epsilon MEMBERS ADAMS . ..... Chi Phi Lvox . . . Phi Dvlfa Theta ALLEN . . PhiiGamma Della MANEY . . , . Kappa Alpha BEASLEY . . . . Phi Della Thrfla MUR1-'EE , ..... Sigma Chi BRADSHAW . . . Phi Kappa Sigma Mmm-3 , . Sigma Alpha Epsilon BROOKS - - ---- 5791110 Nw Rmomc . . . . Phi Gamma Della CALHOUN . - - . - Chi Phi Rnnn . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon Ckicx . K. . . Kappa Alpha SMITH . . . . Lambda Chi Alpha CROCKET . . .... Sigma Nu Tuoivms . .... Sigma Chi MCDONOUGII . . . . Phi Gamma Dalia S'l'lilil.l5 . . . Alpha Tau Omaga Fosrlmz . . . . . . Sigma Nu Tomrxms . . . Phi Kappa Sigma FREY . . . . .Kappa Sigma Towmzs , . . -Kappa Alpha HALL . . . . . Phi Dflfa Theta KNADDELI, . . . . Kappa Sigma HANDY . . . Lambda Chi Alpha Voss . . . ...- Sigma Chi HAWKINS . . . . . Lambda Chi Alpha MCPEAKIE . . . Phi Kappa Sigma Houma . . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon MCKlNl.EX' . . . . Pi Kappa Phi HMS . . . Dalia Kappa Epsilon HART ....... . . Pi Kappa Phi LI-:ACH . . . . Alpha Tau Omrga STOWH ....... . . Pi Kappa Phi I.ADD .......' . . Drlla Kappa Epsilon 'l"ls-'l'-ll f' l'll"""llhll lL'l lls' QW Pff' lh"llo"' 1 "" "MW .,,,W,,,,,ff , My .a..,s,.,,, ..I.i.:.1.t.:,1' i " l'w,.,,a.,:,, f 3 lplpu ,.,, CQffL'gjREEEXlP "-X6-'I': "MC ""' .T ' .' " io.. . " 'sa ' ss.s 'T' , ' "" via- ' 1xf.g,, C, ofa 2. fi? f Ya 'W' -L .,., ..-,..- .... .,.. . --L ...... -.A..--......--d-f-.----- .Li 1 2 -A ' P25 gjgfl A wi' JJ? If Alpha Kappa Psi Founded at the School of Corhmerce, Accounts and Finance, New York University, 1904 Fifty-five Active Chapters Colors: Gold and Sapphire Blue Publifatian: "The Diary of Alpha Kappa Psi" F RATRES IN FACULTATE CI-IESTER KNIGHT LEE Bxncoon 3 GEORGE HOFFMAN HARRY I ONIIAM H. F. CUNNINCIIAM PIIIL BUTLER FRANK I-IAYCOOII KENNE'I'II JAMES ED BRANCH Nonwoon CARROLL BERNARD COOPER HIRAM DARDEN JOHN FREY TEDIIY JACKSON FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1930 GORIION MILLER Class of 1931 BILLY MAYNOR ROBERT' PORTER Class of 1932 LESLIE DEE CHARLES ESTES BERNARD CAUSE Ezswoon MACKEY Class of 1933 DICK MIREE Glf0RGlf SIIACKLEIIORII Fl04ZUL'l'.' Chrysanthemum THORNTON B. MOORI ERNEST RAZEK DAVE ROBERTSON JAMES STALCUI- JACK PATTERSON VVILMIER POYNOR ROCKY SEMOUR ALBERT VVEST WILLIAM STOWE JAMES WADDHLL . i "1'lfMf'7'fM ' f'9'i'9"f'm"' 'W"''fffwi"wl'N, ,,..,, 7"4'f4fi'i""f"f'C''I'''V73t17Z'i2if'iLiI3f"'A'H' R' U 2, 1 51 I IKXCJ fff M em-si'fPf2 I :'4I,.y Wfrfliiaffaffy W'-ff-IZ"-I--aifffif' 4:,f,f,,,.fff H " "HH H,,,,,,,,,f'Cs.,Efn-EE.,a,5,mZw.,,,, ,,,,.,,. 5 .1.E.:,cI ff .,.,,...,... ,,,,,,, 1-O. ,,,,, f .JJ I, ,,., ,. an 4,4l1f4fg,xIssLf N ,: Q " 'sft SJIIY. QEAEWB' l , " ' X- -- 'fm "-fS---w-- ----' -----i-"-"l'-'-i-T- A -. AL, ,f 255 .A V CVC, ' fIJl""'. ALMON C. STAIILER IRIS W. CARMACK JAMES J. CAMPBELL WM. QQRIFFIN HARRISON EDMOND WYAI'r GORDON CAMERON Delta Sigma Pi International Commerce Fraternity Founded at School Of Commerce, Accounts and Finance, University of New York, November 7, 1907 Forty-seven active chapters Flofwvrs: Red Rose Colors: Old Gold, Royal Purple l'ublifali0n.' "The Delt:Isig" Eslablislmd in 1926 FRATRES IN FACULTATE ROOSEVELT R. DANSEI' DR. JAMES HOLLADAY PROP. H. H. CIIAEMAN PROF. LEROY J. NA1'IONs PROF. MARCUS WHITMAN PROF. HARRY V. MITCHELL FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Grarluates JEFF COLEMAN HIZRBERT OSEORNE A. P. DRUMMOND Class of 1930 WAYMON BISHOP WVILBUR BROWN HOWELL Class of 1931 H. SIIAFFER BOONE THOMAS F. McDOWELL MIL'l'0N S. PULLEN HEREERI' L. RINEIIART VVAI,'I'ER GOODARD J. VVESLEI' DONAHOO JOE 'FAYLOR HEARD Class of 1932 MACK H. JOLLY HARDAWAY YOUNG, JR. FRED ZEIGLER Pledges JAMES G. CUNNINOHAME, JR. WILLIAM SCHOR REUBEN DOLLAR G. P. ATKINS AI.DEN RICKLES J. T. SUDBURY JACK BYRNE HARRY CARROLL CECIL COWAN JACK Ross WM. B. HOWARD I.EWIs J. LAWSON OMAR FAUcE'I'I' HOWARD LEACII RALPII MOSELEX' AL SMITII A f ""i1.. "' ,,fi.L.,.,.,.!. 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NEAL Class of 1931 JESSE BONNEY Class of 1932 R. AL LANDEL MARVIN E. HAYES TIIOMAS L. FOSTER JACK SPENCER CECIL HURT BARTON HARRIS VVILLIAM Hoon RUIIOLI-II GEIIRKEN EIIDIE PARSONS . . -I "1'1'f"f'f' "" ., "f""':'i1'f'i' ""i ,Z "'7i34"'f"'mN.,,.f 5?7'3f'fi73Kffff'KilE7ifEV'T"f'7'f-'1"f'ff'"fr iiiflffiiii:'?lf""""3'3"3"7i'i W dfffygguessy ' is 7 f.5f9i1i.f5fg1-fi . "J ij 1 jg X 257 , I ,M My V 1'1" . . ' -. .- I .4---bnv Y Age: . .A.R-...ef-SM-pf..-f1fp4::-fnIfIffWI"xf.exEsz2rrm'zf1zf-.fR.1:f1.s2'iw--f A ,. . . ,- 5 A:.- K T, W A V' I 43- 1 mga, If 'rf A I I ' Y f I J "J " , L T: .AQp.l lil 5 Il',:A.,'LL jx'-T201 I X . . .... ...XL , ..,,-f A. . ..,-.....-,, .,.. -.,,-.....- n o R! Clhul Beta Phu An Honorary, Professional, Scientific Fraternity founded at Ran- dolph-Macon College in 1916. The object of the fraternity is to Colors: Colonial Blue and Crimson promote interest in science. llmzam Chapter Established in 1925 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Flofwer: Cape jasmine DR. JOIIN Y. GRAIIAM DR. S. J. LLOYD DR. B. A. VVOOTEN DR. GEORGE I. ADAMS DR, JACK P. MONTGOMERY DR. ARTI-IUR R. BAUDER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE REYNOLD QUINN SHOTTS .............. . . President HERBERT L. CULLEN . ........ Vice-President A. P. MANESS ....... Corresporzding Secretary VVILLIAM B. HUIE . Recording Secretary WILLIAM L. ROBINSON .... Treasurer MEMBERS HENRY I.. ANDERSON LEON DUNNING R. Q. SIIO'l'l'S DAN MCCALL LESLIE BELL LEMLEY GARRARD CLIFTON SKINNIER C. S. BENEFIELD R. A. BRADSHAW JOI-IN B. GOODE J. A. STALCUP J. H. WATERMAN YANCEY BRAME WILLIAM B. I'IUIE W. P. S'I'EwARI' A. L. POPE CECIL CLARK ROBERT JENKINS IELDRED TEAGUE C. D. COE KENNETH COONS A. P. MANEss ROY VVAGNER J. C. EVANS HERBERT CULLEN MCDONALD PIIILI.IPs WARREN G. PAYNE PROE. FRED R. MAXWELL DAN DOUOHERTY W, L. ROBINSON ROBERT E. EVANS MARVIN E. PIAYS DAN MCCALL ARNOLD SI-IIREY GUTIIRIE S. MABREY A .:..q: nfnr., """'f4lQi'KR":'4 """""" ""' y"'1':"?':":'?'t' 'ffygagjfiijggig-jiA"1'f'1":':'c" 4I.e.a.s.Ei.ML NW! 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"The Kadelphinn Review" XII Chapter lislablixhcd in 1922 J. O. SMITII, l'rusidm1t,- SARA ELLA HAUGIIION, Vin'-l'r'v.vitlnz1,' JOIINNIII PA'I"I'oN, Ruz'oI'di1Ig San'e1ary,- AI,IfxINA DIIMOUY, Corrw.vfromliIIy Sf4'nr11Ir'y,' j. C. HAx'Iss, Trvasurf-r. FACULTY BIEMHERS J. H. NEWMAN, Sergeant-at-Arllzs C. E. VVILLIAMS, Chapter Counselor DAN D0ucIIIzR'IY OIIAI. BARRINGIQR S. S. NIIwI':I.I, SYIINIII' WII.I.IAIvIs ANNA BROWN IEUIIA DUBOSIE MARY BURNS 1.015 NIcwIII.I. MRS. ICUNICII GRII-'I-'IN ANNIII MAY PIIIRCII RAYMONA BIfR'I'RAM CLARA DA LIaIa I.oNA SItIaI.'I'oN .Ion CUNNINCIIAM Bnssna S'I'RIcIcI.ANIm IIIIGII CARIIIIN VIc'I'oRIA DAVIS NliI.I.lli SIvII'I'II MRS. HA'I"I'IIz 'l'Ax'I.oR MRS, A. I. WAI.ImRoI' IEUGISNIA KIRK MRS. MOI,I,III Aman SAM ScIIII.I.IsR PAT Jonxsm: iff fm 7' 51""1--A I I l , V I K4 g . 'i ,i il .ill il A I " fI I ,. il-ii . . 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FARRAII J. E. LlvlNGs'1'oN S A IQROCKFIBANK Clays of ,930 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE glam of 1931 R0nER1' ALBRI'I"I'0N SEYEOURN LYNNE HUGH REYNOLDS Dowr.1Nc Fm IUHR GORIJON J VV IIOWARn fiEORGli B, JONES LEWIS SM1'rn JOHN S1'R1cR1.ANn Fos'rER JAMIS MUSIIN Rm IXIMBROUCII VVILLIAM ARnU'rnNo'r T. D. SAMFORD Hucn MALLORY VV D PARTIOWI IIRRX RICHARDSON LAWRENCE OAKLEY Class of IQ32 MASON GoonLoE LYNN 'IQRAWICK BONNISAU MURRAY MAIIORX Pkivrll WILL MCDONNELL DAN JIERNICAN EDGAR STEWART O SENH JACK LQVELACE PI ll CJIVIIAN I .auul Bernal P11 Honorary Engineering Fraternity Founded at Lehigh University in 1885 Fiftv Six Active Chlpters Colarx: Seal Brown-VVhite Beta Ghaptcr P blzmiwn Ihe Bent" Eslablishnl Nofumnbar 20, 1926 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DEAN GEORGE J. DAVIS FRED R. MAXWELI, JOHN M. GAIIAIH DR B A VVo01i LEON M. DUNNING, P!'I'J'iIf1'Ill,' AI.l3liR W. LANDEI., lfirr-I'n'Ji1lml,' R Mclloxmln Pnnins Sic r1'l1u'y,' MARVIN IE. 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LU .N . ,,f ..I., ., ,, , f ,..,,: ,,,,n....,K .S Xf .-,. - .-. . ., H ,.... ,,. -I V- Y I-I-- N g-QH1.f-.A-gjf-,O is 'T 5-f,'ffQ,4 15515. :.w.Q'fij'1 ,XIII HJR F W O Sf I f-I JI' ff? 1 Gif' ini ,I'AW7If'65fILff I' Y" Ifgji I J ,A-',f .LAC 'fa ...JVM-'if--I' T! ""IIYIIj1FII :Wi Y.IEI5IIJ",,I Lx.. Ui YS., VA QILEI K-If HJ NM XXV- X J S N-J' ' I-1 2 -I ' S- 4" I f Y. .f:-g4ii.f.:fLfiffSL- 'GO1""ii:fii.-a Simfiggg-L11 NCME N-f I I If 'I li I I I I ' The Bllalclkfnrialnr Players I REUIIEN IIERREN . . JOSEPH II. LOELEY . ELIIYN SANDERSON . I'IAR0l.D VVIZIEKS . LEWIS SMITII . JACK AIILER LAWRENCE ANIJRIEWS S'l'lEWAR'l' AUEREACII IRA BALLARD MARTHA GOOIIWYN BEASLEY CHARLES BEAUCHAMP FRANCES BELL BURK BIENNIVIUI' BILL BLACK FARLEY BOYLIES MARX' BURGIN MARY BURNS FRANCES HIENSUN REUEEN HHRREN BENJAMIN B. IIOLLEY SARA HOLMES WILLIAM Hoon CECIL HURT ICIIWARII JAY JOHN JOYCE HOOIIER KEITH JOHN KELLEY MARION KELLEY T. EARLE JOHNSON, Direelor . . I're.viI1enl . Vice-President . . Seerelary . . . . Treasurer . lhzsirzexs Manager D. C. MCMILLAN . GENE MORRISON . CHARLES SLATIN . ROMAN WEIL . WII.LIAM I-Ioon . MEMBERS BRUCE MCEACYIIN HILTON MCKEE DOUGLAS MCMULLEN MAYER Nl5VVlfIlil,lJ HELEN NU'l"l'AI.I. VVILLIAM ORRISON SARAH PAGE W. Ii. PERSONS, JR, IIARRY PRICHE'I"I' MARY RAU IYHLANO REIIO JEAN CAIIMAN IIAROLO CAPLAN NELL CLARKSON VVILLIAM COCHRANE ICLIZABIETII KliNNIi!DX' Ii. VV. KILGROW BHSSIIC KIIIBANOIFF RICHARD KNlCII'I' LOUIS LIPSITZ JOSEPH H. LOELEY VVILLIAM LOEE LARRY A. LONG JAMES RICHMOND 'TI-fra I A' " f . I .Slage Manager .ffdfuerlising Manager . Publicily Manager . Property Manager . Elecrriral Manager DAVIO ROBINSON EIILYN SANOERSON LEWIS LEE SIIAEFER LOUISE COLLIBR IEOWARH CREEL, JR. VICTORIA DAVIS WILLIAM C. DAVIS, JR JANICE ms LA CROIX DOROTHY DUGIN TALBOT ELLIS CLII-'E IELLISON JAMES FERREI.L VVAL'l'liR FLOWERS FRANCES GIVIIIKN SOL P. GOLDMAN LESLIE GRAN'I' NIARGIiURlT'l'A LOPIEZ-'IQRELLIS JUI.IA LHIGH LYNNE DEVALSE MANN SEYMOUR MARKS CHARLES MAY JAMES NIAYFIBLII ROEERT MEIGS HENRY MEYER MARGARET MILLER MARX' NIl'l'CHl5LL CLARK MOORE GENE MORXSON MARX' KERRY MOR'I'ON LUCILLE MUSTIN JAMES MUSTIN IANTHIE MCCANNON JAMES MCDOWELL THOMAS MCDOWELL CHARLES SLATKIN BINGIIAM SMITII LEWIS SMITIII ANNIE Ross SNOW M. C. THOMAS IIIAROLO O. WEEKS ROMAN VVIEIL DOROTHY JO WHITE EI.IZAIlE'l'H VVILBANKS JANELLE VVILLIAMS HEREERT VVINN SAMUEL JAY VVORMS DAvIn N. WRIGHT fi' ' fri """ 1":" A ,2jQQ'Ij33z:wf'm 7'::":":'r''1"v'wg12"j'gy15fj:',:7:j5g"'2'jf'j'w.x ,I-w:,IgQI'-ya-1'mg., "-"' "" ' Vjjj I fn ,. I I I '----' :'-5-In M71-:I-IIIgI--Ivy? W7 I ff tmx N ..,,.,, f j i. .,,,, I L, .LI .ij A vlll I MV:-T-nvmk 14 JZIIWTXA ,L ff, ....... !,,,E,VIf.Vg VVVIA I VAV' I 'EMM H745 ffjfilufn, I-IW ff .... II ....L13:f:,,i-fz'if3fIlIL:::g:g.fQI.,,eI.f.I.I,f,aEI ,, fm ....... 1 .,., ft.5:::ZQ6f..,,.I Jw ..,. IIILY3 c14,,!ygyeEx., f S, ME-ESSAY-S'--"M-'WLM' SQ.. C , U, . - ,- 'r I f'1:':P:. YE' I I' . . - ' ' -'W - I I If yfrrf- Iirff--43:1-:T-I-I. I' -' . f',I--II..!-I-I-ffy-C. , I4 I I , ' I 1,30 ' ' - ' ' I " C , zu- , ,-,J "I,--EI., X - C .JU ,ff-,,f.J" ,I .I f v.I1I. ff- - MI - -" I' 9711. afny l:.,'-1."M"" N R., --I N , -.-...,,-I.,-..--...-..---........1v...---------w-4-- - '-- IL' H AJ,L.f' 2 I I I I I I I .I- VII' I .If I I I I II I 'I 1 I 1 ". ...'.,r . A sw --Ji, X. ,,,,3.-,....i'f.--.."i...----fY1..-,,.,,,,,,,,-JXggpy 'M l 0 i..1'fA::KLv'-N.. 1 f v The lBl.aelkllirn.ar Players H li University of Alabama dramatic organization is one of the oldest in the South and ranks very high in the maintenance of artistic standards. Its his- tory is a succession of the presentation of dramas of the highest type. The current season of the Blackfriar Players, the second under the direction of T. Earle Johnson, promises to be a most successful one. Under his inspiring leadership the presentation of four programs will be essayed. This program includes three full- length plays and a group of one-act plays. Also in accordance with his policy a visiting company will present two plays on the campus in the latter part of lVIarch. Several ideas were introduced this year by hir. Johnson as an integral part of the lilackfriar program. A constitution was drawn up and adopted. A bi-weekly meet- ing schedule was adopted. A workshop theater policy was begun, under the .plans of which a workshop play was to be given at each regular meeting. These ideas met with such a whole-hearted approval on the part of the membership that much may be expected from the development of the workshop idea. The first public program was presented December 12th, being lVIartin Flavin's "Children of the lWo0n.', In the cast were lvlargueritta Lopez-Trellis, Herbert VVinn, Helen Nuttall, Edward S. Jay, Bessie Klibanoff, Richard Knight, David VVright and Henry Mfeyer. Other production plans for the year call for a group of one-act plays in February. "Polly with a Past" in lVIarch and "Outward Bound" in April. ...Q ..,. ,, ,,,,,......., , ..,.,,,. ..,., ,,,, . ...,..... . . ,, .. ,,., M ,,y,, , y .X 5 Zgfpiaziz-ll.l Q. 7' fL'f:..iy X ff f f 'uf X ' it . fwM...,,u-I. 1 f ,u,,,. aafifiifawj.tfalz O . .,., i- 2 f if ... .,., ,, ,,,1ff.y.g'f--..,, ,vll . :.',1,.cr 4 I5 Q..i.i.1:f'gjgii,f,Z.L,2 ,, .,ij' QT 'IT""" "" " 'M' -' 'lg Q"'f"'A"M'Ql-Qragil, as fer i t 'lllllNE'llSl?l5M'1Q A Q- 1 at , '735- 1.4 "5J2:i'.i' ' -' " " " ' ' ew., fflifi--'f'f'3'i-"lffwfi A 267 VV. University Of Alabama Grllcc Club Twenty-fIfrlI Season, I929-1930 TOM GARNER, '88, Difm-for NV. GLIENN NICHOLLS . ..... . . .... President LON C. CEAMMAGE . . . ..,..... Sccrelary IVIONROE HORN . . . .Bll.ViIll'JX Jllmzager l"ir.vt Tenor LEON J. LAVINGE PAUL J. ANIJIERSON ROBIERT H. ORR IvIsON SUMMIZRLIN ALVIN S. DAVIDSON HERIIER'I' M. BELL G, R. ROWE JAs. K. YOUNCIILOOD FRANK T. I-IERLONG, JR. MALLORI' CIIANDLER J. DEVALSE MANN GLENN NICIIOLLS MONROE TIORN Srcrnul Tenor PAUL NEWELL WILLIAM T. BLACK DAN T, MCCALL, JR. BRUCE MCEACIIIN LARRY A. LONG JOIIN ID. ICIELLY NICK S. MCGOWIN GORDON MILLER LAWRENCE A. R0o'I' '1'IIos. B. LOVI5'l'T JAs. S. MCLENNAN LEON HEARN HliRBER'l' VVINN CIIAS. E. MUNIJINE Firxt Bass LON C. CEAMMAGE GEO. VV. BRANNON L, C. HENLEY GORDON CAMERON MIKGNUS G. HRINKMAN SICABURN H. MOSELI' EDVVIN KIMBROUGII GUY T. HU'l'IINANClE MAYER IT. NEWEIELD LAWRENCE ANDREWS IIAROLD L. ROGERS WILLIAM W. Hoy S'l'liWAR'I' II. AUEREACII Second Bass ....Wmf,.,......, ,.,. .,..,.,.,,,w,74,,M,,,x ,,..,.,..,..,.,,..,,,W... ,,,,, ,..,..,.M..,,,,W. ,,..,, , A, , , ,rJ..:'V, X I fe. f 3731112'-Wy.,.5Li.i.mxihliiptfimifi .Qiigfgw Qggpzzi-gfwf ..z.,..,,f5 f, if F. SIIEIIDON BUCKINCIIAM HAROLD F. CUNNINOIIAM CIIARLES W. JENKINS GEORGE SCIIMIDT XVHIELAN VV. PALMER MIL'I'oN H. VFOWNES JEROME M. BRITCIIEY JAMES S. RICIIMOND LEON ROSENEERG HAROLD R. SANDERSON , ,, . ,,, 1 , , 1.1.1 1' J.. -. X, Vllv L Eff. V, ,WN ,fry ....,. ., .... .1 f311I"g,L"I .. gd, w.:,:.,'.:.,J 268 V ,.,, .,.. , , XV. 'q'2'5L51fz- x x-..I.,., -A. 3 ,,N 'HI"'.' . I V . '3'.' Iex.1'H.: - .vj'g': I'A.,.- ,jx -4 ,..g The Arch Club OIf'IfICERS TERRY RICHARDSON . . .... ..... P resident CHARLIE MAY . .... ...... I fire-111-eyiflfnz JULIE R. HERIKEIQT' . . Szfcrelrzry-Trea.r1u'c'r BIIEMBERS WILLIAM MAYNOR GORDON EDENS FOREST HAMILTON WALTER FLOWERS BILLY PARTLOW FRANK COOPER CHARLIE BEAN NICK BRASWELL CLAYBORN CREASY C. P. ANIJERSON OscAR TURNER BILL HOWARD PETE GIVIIAM Ross SMITII JOIIN FOSTER CARROLL I-IEREERT ANSLIEY LON CHARLES GAMAGE LOUIS LI'l"l'I,E MALLORY PRIVETT JAMES V. KIDD I'IUcII MALLORH' GOATS VOLNEY EAKINS J. T. HAMILTON JAMES O, FLOWERS FOREST HUNTER J. P. ANIDERSON WILLIS MCGOWIN DAVID NORWOOD JACK TYSON EDGAR STEWART GORDON MILLER D. M. 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I AX ski I Ilmumlllls I wt I, IIIteI'-FrrIterIIity Social OI'g'ZlIliZ1lfiUll 3' Founded at the University of Alabama in IQOQ ,,, IWC? IR . . - I AI I-I-ILERS III' TI . Wy REUIIEN HEIIREN . . . . . . IJ:-emlent II, I . . IVJII SAM PERRY . . . . . . . . . . . Vice'-I"re.vulmt ' 'QI ALDEN SIMPSON . . . Sccrvtary-Treasurer 2 I -TI ,-I '93 I MEBTIIERS , I.. , WNW, Jiiif I-IUGII DOVVLING Doc Romans FLOUIINOY I.0vELAcI2 VIII ALIJIIN SIMPSON UIILANIJ Rmm JOII SMI'I'II l'IlL'l'ON MCKEIE ANGUS r11AYLOR SAM PERRY ,II BILLY MCQUEIQN Anna jmmgrm JUNIIE Hoon yu BONNIEAU MURRAV CULIIMAN HooI-Im RIEUBIEN IJIIRRIQN I, I DAN IVICCALI. I1 I II I. If 3' ,I I! GoA'rs .5 .I all II ALFRED SIIooK BIIRNARII Coovnk IIQL BILL 'TAYLOR RUI1oI.I'II f:liHRKEN 'I CDEORGIE AGEE SAM FOSIIIEIE fin if ANDY ANIJERSON CAI: joxns Ii-,I FI2N'I'RIfss RAY BILL I-IAYS Ip RUSSELL LYLIE JIM S'I'maLIz IQ-.JI COI.BliR'l' CIIU'I'cIII2R joux I.IaLANo If I II I 3' I I If -gi IIS .I H 5, ,.:,7T:.:..:.. 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R1'zra1'1liIIg Secretary WAvMoN BISHOP . . .Ifitflf-IJl'I'Xilll'llf JACK P. MoN'rooAIERv . . . Treasurer ADVISORY BOARD GEORGE -LANG JACK P. lVl0N'l'GOMERY T. A. AMBROSE GEORGE H, DIQNNY J. T. I-IORNII CABINET HENRY Boone HENRY MIZIZ VVII.I.IAIvI Hum WALTER MERRILI. Bon MUNIIINII I-IUGII CARBON JoIIN CAnnIsI.I, EIIMUNIJ WvA'rr PIENRY ANIJERSON FRANK BROADWAY JOE CAusIav 1-IUBERT I'IAYEs FRESI-IMEN CABINET WILLIAM E. DAVIS . . . . ......... ...... P rexident JACK DUNN . .... . . . . . Iliff-IJl'l?.fiIlL'Ilf THoMAs BOOZIER . ..... . .Secrmzry IIARRY S. CUMMINS G. P. A'rItINs I- L- SNAKE J FRANCIS TI-IRI2AncII.I, J. M. S'rRI2A'rI2R IVISON SUMMIIRLIN KIZNNETII RonIaR'rs WILBUR MCKINLEY I U f "11'1'r:':" ---- x:'2N:":':':7 "" ""' i7'7'C'Z'XWW'1" """' fxzgiggyiijfwfif -"" 1 '1":'v:'H ,Z l..,fflfflffSXBS. 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'lx X I 4-5 ' W. 2 I P4 P4 4 2 . A pg R56 z ., I I . 1 I 'H Y I . I ,I Mx .I we s 2 I 2. no I ' on L. RA A I6 3 ' I W' I Prcglaw Cllrudbm W - fc' Founded :It the University of Alabama in 1924 Q , P I I- fl 'Purpose: To advance the interest of the Law Profession YK I 7 fr among the Pre-Law Students. Ig I OFFICERS ! jon CREEL ........ ...,.. . Z . . '. President R4 I IN JOE BURNS ....... . . . Vzfc-I'n'.r1dc1zl 5- X MARIIE IL. I-IAGLER . . . . Scm.'laI'y Q JOE 'IIHOMPSON . ......... Trraswvr Q' 23 S DARIIEN HYNUM ........ Sf-rgfanl-al-firms Q gl IIOWARII SCO'l"l' . . . l?1'jm'.wIIlalifvr' lo f'0l'l'Il.TiC Council ' ,S AI, JACK DUNN . . ........ . Rrpnrlvr MIeI.vIN lsRAIaI, ...... Program Safrrrlury ' I1 . , 4 .U v .If , MEMBERS Nik I, . IN ! JOE CREEL J, B. BARIfIIfI.II MII.'I'0N 'IQOWNHS Mlffj A jon BURNS j0sIcI'II HUGIIIIS I'I0RIa S. '1'RAMIvIIaI.I. ITC? A. jon rl'lIOMPSON RAI,If P. ,1'A'I'li KIaRIvII'I' IIIIARN I Q I-IOWARII Sco'I"I' MAR'I'IIA B. ORCIIARII RAYMOND P. 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COUCH RERECCA CRAIG CLARA DALEE JEVVEI. DAFFINIE II M. A. VICKERS RTTA MIIRIIIIY LARA MORLY FLOYD I'IOWEI.L IIXIQ J. C. GOODRICPI JONNIE PATFON EIIEANOR YOUNGBLOOD MARX' PURDUE IL, II V. V, NORTON ANNA E. BROWN RUTI-I MONTGOMERY EGUNIA KIRK gf If' II YATES SIMONSON MRS. J. O. '1qOI.RER'I' JUSTINIA CAMPBELL MARGARET DAVIS IMI PATRICK BENTON ELEANOR LIVINGSTON OLIVE TRICE LYNN ELIZABETII SIIIRLEY Ig IIIIAII AGATIIER PRESCOTT MRS. J. P. JACKSON J. G. BURNS 'L ii II' 'I A' QI 'VII - Ii :II Ii"Ii 'jk' IIYI' I' .Ii M-. .-,-,-I,-.,I.'ww'fM :1:"3E:z:5gzE::-'W' "" If """""""' Dfffji'-fifJili" 211141, "" """ f "" ' """ --W"1g'121:.z:'fI.p:..f7'.l'1 """' 1 '5'If.afg:1f'ggQ11:'I4 IIIUII QQ3'52?P'4QIU'2Il5M31lffff'5f?JQIIIIIQ I """' f jIfjE77f3f35fZ.:f3QffI.I.E..IL?:lififWf3?4fW 9 Ii. ' E'-R-.,, "M, 'I ' , W: ' ""' "W "" :WH -J-R.....f.. "II ,.z::i'f," fff,,,,iff W' I, N II f- . fir.:1.1.22.fiff:E':I3::i:i2i5S1n-w.Lt::::5fZ ""' II' ,I li h II f3..,Z!!f25KIII, ' I IR II I ' I I-'I I I I I I I J . 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Its purpose is the closer afhliation of students in the Commerce IX School and the creation of a spirit of good fellowship among them which may result I in the advancement of the purpose of the Commerce School. I v Il A 0 OFFICERS A I I lr N . Q JOIIN MIIIIANE SIIAVER, JR. . . . ..... ......... P rmden! rl JOII '1'Ax'I.oR HEARD . .... ...... V ice-l'rc.vid1'nt K I-IIINRY ALMON DAVIS . . . . .S'crrvtary-Trrwsurvr " f AI.pEN RICKLICS . . . Publicity flgwnr QV I 3 CURTIS M. I-IoI,nIaR . . . . Snrgcanl-al-Xlrms 1 P i . A bl' BURI, llENNli'l"l' MISS RU'rII McCAI,L JOIIN F. VVALRER ,V -Rf. KNOX XVARBROUGII MISS OI.Ia'I'A LEWIS J. W. Doxouoo Q '32, RIIGINALD VVALLIN JoIIN M. SIIAVIER BIIRTRAND VVIENIIAUM Q VV. B, IIowARn JAMES S'l'AI.CUl" VV. G. HARRISON 7 eg Fox I,IGII'I'1foo'I' M. P. GREEN CURTIS M. HOLDER I if AI.nER RICRLES I-IowARn LEACII G. H. VEAZEY N. V. clRAHAM MISS BI2R'I'IE M. GOLDEN KENNE'l'fI V. JAMES pf, ,Q-I I-IENRY AI.MoN DAVIS D. MORGAN JONES JoIIN OSIE STEWARD ,fy MISS MAX' PEARSON JoE TAYLOR HEARD EUEI, J. BURCII is '21, JAMES H. JONES MISS NAoMIa FOREMAN MISS EVA ADAMS 9 MISS ELIZARETII DAY IERNIIS1' A. RAZEK STANLEY GREER EA: MISS FLORENCE VVIIITE 4 I Q my I ' X 'IeI- f Q gi Y 1 N . wf.S:?.....:... ' W Y, J iv 'Fc .ZA I ,nga A cc M , 0 34 A . 'Nw page UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA igigszesa -g,-Imvfsms-is-M, - - 282 N -.,,,v lu- ' ' A +0 IX . , . .. .. .., -- .,- Q "Qc, I QPPZ? 4' . - .f W-My-M-ff, , THE 1930 coRoI.LA X LS' ' M ss bg , 'A g 4 I 6 L ,6 , A W' np 01 01 X K X I O O I O Amcrncan Scocnety Oi? CIWIIII Engnnccrs fl gf T E. NCJRRIS ..... . . ........... 1,l'l'S1Ifl'l1l' ji R. E. JENKINS . . .,.... 1"iIrc'-P1'1'.vi11r'11l , H. F. NIEIEI, V. . . .... S1'1'1'1'lal'y-Trz'11s111'z'r 1 I Class of 1930 4I T. E. NORRIS A. FIQINRIQRG A. I.. RANKIN P. DAVIS ' R. E. JENKINS M, SI2I'I'zIaR J. N. SAII.OR J. R. GOOIIMAN Q II. F. Num. A F. E. f1RANDANlE'I"I'I II. N. COOK C. I, PARSONS X X F Class of 1931 X J. F, FREEMAN C. A. SllIiI.'l'0N P. M. VVAGNER C. B. JOIINSON I Class of 1932 W, J. IE. O'TOOI.I: VV. C. SIIO'I"I's VV. VV. VVATKINS VV. F, BOVVERS I . O I 0 0 N AHMCTHCHM ASSOCRRKHOU of En nnccrs R ac QF WILLIAM Hoon . ........ Prmiflwzt WARREN G. PAYNE ...... l',i1'!'-lJ!'!'S1l1l'7Il N ,. . , , Qi HARRY H. ROBINSON ..... I ure-P1'r.vz1l0nt KJXFORD NEELY ..... Svrretrzry-1reasurer VVII.I.IAM HOOI1 ICI.IvIIsR ROSSCO IIARRI' H. ROBINSON SIONIIY VVIII'I"I' IE VVARRIIN G. PAYNI2 JACK AnI.nR OXFORD NIQIIIA' CIIARI.Izs VVALZ Q BARTON HARRIS If 154 ..-.. .I --'f 2 :Iliff .f'4i'61ZY,V'7,Q7 3, I- X' ff., KWH? II' 'iT7?9S1K':., '-".. .zgxqfff f,i,f,:,,..'f' XY " WWWOIKQw...,.1fA1s.M.f,fffffz9I I My 5.2.:,z,1.z,1,f.,,.f,..I.I..,,g1.,f.f,,f I., f 'ff1.. Q - -.f?y5gxIeIX..9 Q sgvxmtowo v 4:-' A- SIT or ALABAM' 152 - A -, . . V 4- -1- ,"- de 5:5393-,, UNIVER Y A Hzggggtg 3,?2r.K6W:3' .IQ , 5 J M H, in ,.., ,,..., ..,. 283 fu J 1 P A 1I'l. 930 coRoLLA R . 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CLARK RICIIARO LIWY Nj VICTORIA DAVIS HOOPER KE!TI'I WILLIAM WALKER HOWARD SCOTT 'K N Q 5 4, 79' - -, 'qffa .. 1 " :,,.Ji"wW ,. .'?W'L'fT", ""l7ff4ff"4""f'f'N ...,.,, ! ' 'A"" """""' 7 ""' A 7flli57i5f?5!f 4 "' A T WW .AVA41::zI,z..,,,I.,,..,f.f.z.s..z..I ' M,:,:IvM..::c:..41L::5 "'f ffAff . Q 4i!.faagf5gxsIeiv .S S A f- A I f 'I LS-.gf ffl", ' 4 , - ' . X ' fly, A A-if-we A fy A S: , , S 'Q SJ 285 1 . ff 4 .f' - I .l, M 5: i I I ' I .F wi ..,, . . . . L N X, ,, ,M , , , I , -fix .W .A I f:v4-yfv-zz" Nvfdgvi U"sf'v1K,,g!. I j ,I ' , M . .J ki 29. M' N, I MX v, N I ,I E 1930 CCR 0 LA .X ,k r I9 A H ff .-.,-., , , ., Ugg 1 I-. ff I gg Ii .ml EMI UQ! IU if,-rl. +1145 ,535 1 Ikiii 154. We Jef' 41 I Ji :HE ' IS' A .2 rm M Wkxf I.f'Qw5',!' KLTQY' TIN iqytlf '-. fi4f.l,I W ' M5 N 3 Iv E-If' 1? o a o J. Unnvcrsntv Masonnc Club If an v WR IV FRATRES IN FACULTATE 1 A5 fxfgri DR. CLYDE BROOKS DR, l'IoI.I.ADAv REV. C. M. I'lAvcOoD DR. B. A. VVOOTEN fix, DEAN A. J. FARRAII DR. DUHOIS DR. E. H. DAVIS DR- A- BOWEN PROP. J. V. MAs'I'ERs PROF. I.EE fPI.0VER DR. J. R. MCLURE PROF. MARCUS VVIIITMAN 15-Lf! DR. CIISORGH LANG PROP. J. ED. I.IvINGs'I'ON DR, B. CARMYCHAIEL PROI-'. CI-IEs'I'ER KNIGHT R! . FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ri VX I xfiffl' Olfffff MW T. M. GACFIET .... . ...... PI'l?IiI1L'7lf Af-.ZX R012 DOIJSIJN . ...... . . . . Vice-Presizlent f A X I2 I Kfkllff OTIS L. JORDAN . ............ Sl'lTl'l'lllI'jI CHAS. B. "FOOTs" CLEAIENT . Treasurer 5 fl 3612 JJ. gg Members F. C. BONDS JOHN R. VVAIIKER R. CLYDE PROPST JAMES C. BOONE 1' R. G. BARNHEISER R. D. CAIvII'nEI.I. HARRY F. NEEI. CIIAS. C. KENDIG, JR. JH: VVM. K. AIKIN PETE BRliWS'I'IiR LEWIS V. CIIESSIER ARNOLD VVILSON VV, B. f?ABI.li ROI' J. VVAGNER "BUCK" SI'API.E'I'ON SUDLER E. SAMMONS D. C. BYRD AR'I'IIUR I.. COOPER ROBERT I.. FARRIS BOYD A. KEA1'l'lI.EY GORDON RAIvIsEx' JOHN E. HAMBY Z. iiffi fm 1- J . .......,... ...VM ,,, ...,....,..,... ..,... 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Compiling lidilorx ' MARX' EI.IzAEETII VVILLIS . . . . lllfllllllllyf Editor f CA'l'HliRlNE HARWELI. . .. . . . . . . Sorority lfdilor Jug' JACK SPENCER, HERBIEWI' VVINN ...... . Fra.'vrniliI-.r Edilors L. B. '1'IP'l'0N, DUPE BERRY, GUS CONNERTII . . .... .-1rf Edilorx JAMES LYNCII, YVIIITE QPIBSON, ED SAUNDERS . . . . . Illllll0!'Er1il0I'J , MONK DEBARDELAEEN ......... . . l'lnIIograpgif lfflflor BOB MUNMNE Wash J X L JOE FADOOI. . . . ..... Lrrvulalzou Edzlor Edifoi,-ill-Cllirf A ff' GENERAL STAFF ROEERT IERWIN BERNARD VVBINSTIEIN JOHN VV. HART CA'I'Hl5RlNIi HOFMIIiS'l'ICR NA MERTON AUSTIN ROY NIOYIER JOIIN MCPEAKE VVILLIAM DAVIS ' MARTIIA G. BEASLEY JOIIN VVALLS LEONORA VVOODALI. JACK DUNN . 4 COTTON TIIOMAS PAULINE NORTON MONK Dl5BARDBNI,ABliN O. W. JOIINSTON RoI.EN AMBIERG BILL CLARKE STEW AIKEN JOHN FINNER I . I JOHN SIIAVER DICK MIRIEI5 DAVID LONDON LAWRENCE JOHNSTON II r G. P. ATKINS JOE CREIEL NELSON FULLER VV. VV. PAI.MER I' LEON ROSENEERG ELLEN BI.AIR LAVVRIENCE AIIRAMS ALICE MOREEIELD I' Ii JOHN G. IIUDSON MARY GRAY MORTON HUGII CARDON HORACIE DII.L X R. L. OSIIMAN H. R. VVILLIAMS J. T. SUDBURY EUGENE GIBSON J, Y MICHAEL SZIECSI MARGARET BOUTWELL EDGAR RUI.E BII.LY PARTLOW L46 A CIIARLES A. JOHNSTON MCDONALD PIIILLIPS RD MALONE LOUISE ALSTON X EAN BARR W. H. MERRIMAN, JR. RALPII POWELL W. W. PAI.MER V9-, ki? -11fIARJORlE CR055 MARX' AI.ICE JOIINSON BURTON MILLIS MARY EMMA FISLTON fr MARX' IELLIS SI'O'I'I's ADOLIIII ZOIIPA HAROI.n VVEEKS T. I'IAY'l'HE ji BRITI' STANDIFER PAUL LACOUR JOE FADOOI. DEVALSIE MANN MARJORIIE JONES ERNEST PLANCK , BEN '11RlEADVVlEI.I, BILL WEATIIERFORII N GORDON RAMSEY ELEANOR ONIJIERIDONK JOE SAII.OR FI.li'l'CllliR BOGARD if Y , CTUSTAVE HLAUSTICIN LEWIS CIIIESSIER LINDA' 110013 ROBERT GRIFFITII , 'N PAUL LANTRIP GEORGE TIDwEI,I, CECIL 'S'l'RAVVBRlDGIi - SNAC ANDREWS ' JOE SIMMONS JAMES PliRMU'l"I' MORRIS SIIAEI-'EER THOMAS BOOZER 'ITIS-, 3 S DOT ATKINS V GEORGE BAIER BOYD AIIAMS J f X 'O- E 2 BUSINESS STAFF 5,5 ' A CHARLES B. '4FOO'I's" CLEMENT .... A ..... I2u.rim'ss Managfr L1 JACK MCGUIRE, ERNEST RAzEK . . . . Associzzlf- Businfss Mmzagmzv ' I FRHDDIH SINGTON ...... ..... A ssixlant Manager ll PIIILLII' BUTLER . . . Collrflion Manager 'QYIK Q' TOMMY COOK . ..... dd-vvrlising Managrr f BOYD KlEA'l'llI.ICX' . . .fixsismrzl .4dIvcrii.ving Manager 'fi HOWARD SCOTI' . . .... . .A1.vxi.v1anl .-'Idfvrrlixing Managvr R. A. BRADLEY, I.U'l'llliR INGALLS . . .... 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H y ,Fl:,?.Q653 .HP 1 . 2.-. Hif'?+S':fQ-.- 287 ...L -, A ' ' SL - 'I M - 'v -v ' ' ' . to 4. I. , , N 0 . P A . " ' ' 5 , lvmwa-SK- QE THE 1930 COROLLA X E'-25 MIM' W . . 95 The Crnmsonswhntc .fi A Weekly Newspaper Published by the f Students of the University of Alabama. EDITORIAL STAFF Q FRANK R. BRDADWAI' .........., . . Editor-in-Chief -V HIIGII CARBON . . . . .flssistant Editor A EDMOND VVYA'l"l' . . . Assisiafzl Editor 642 Bon MUNDINE . . . -f1s.vociate Editor 54 SAM PERRY . , . . .flssociale Editor yd T. M. MCKNIGll'l' . . . . elssoriate Editor N N FRANK BROADWAY ' I fi GENERAL STAFF I' 'L STEWART AIKEN CIIARLEs DUGIN IELWDDD RIcIIARDsoN , JEAN BAER JAMES Dos'I'ER BERNARD R0sENI3UsIfI Gus BLAUSTIEN JACK DUNN JEROME SCIIWEITZER MARGARET' BOUTWELL SIDNEY GoRcIIov WALTER SOWELL JACK CONREY ' VVILLIAM HUIH ELIZAEETI-I SIIIRLEI' ' BERNARD DICK ' JAMES LYNCII DONALD Tunns MI DAN MCCALL I , U -X .L BUSINESS STAFF N J Q ' JACK MCGUIRE . . ....... . . . . . Business Manager 5-'Q RICIIARD M. MANN . . Assistant Business Manager gif W. WINDIIAM . . . . . Circulation Manager X ICD MILLER .... . . Cireulation Manager 7 BANK ROBERTSON . . . Circulation Manager X I. PAUL VVILSON . . . . eldfverlising Manager I It 'l'oLnER'I' ELLIS . . . fldfvertising Manager I DAVE JAFFE . . . Adfvertisirzg Manager Q ERNEST RAZEK . . . .Associate Manager X CI-IAS. B. CLEMENT . . . Associate Manager 3 FN A GENERAL STAFF FF J AL KOSSMAN J. MosEs J. WHARTDN HUBERT BORDEN Y I I-I. RANDALL L. WI-II'I'EIIURs'r ,Lf J. BRIGHT I-I. KAN'I'0R :Q AL WEST N. JAcoEsoN F' F. SINGTON F. LIGIITFDDT I M. K. ERDERICII AL DoRERNEo A. DAVIDSON N. GORODETSKY B. BASS J. RIETMAN H. MEYER M. FRANKEL I. B. BURDICK Doc DOULBERG E45 J. BICCIO A. C. ZOFPA X tx SI KLASS B. TREDWELL ' 54 if JACK MCGLIIRE EM Kg! I , I.......,..,.... W... ,.., ,,,.,,,.,,..Z .... , ,,,, , ,,,,,,,. ,JEL ,.,.,, .f ,.,,, .,,,,, . .......,. 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D 5 2 BILLY COCHRANI5 TOMMY COOR MORGAN JONES 2 ,4d1vvrlixing LER03' SHINE Cirrulalion P I Exchange J I ART STAFF I I I Q DON KNAPP FRANCIS MOGAIIEY JAMES DEWEERRY ffl 3 It NED MCDONALD BOE HARPER GUS BLAUSTEIN ,X Er JOSEIIIIINE MCGUIRE LENORA WOODALL L. B. r1'IP'l'0N 'f fl MARGARET TARwA'I'ER S fi I LITERARY STAFF DON TUBB JIMMY MAYEIELO LARRY LONG 4,1 ' MADGE CLARRSON DEVALSE MANN A LEAR I-IESTER A II JEROME BRITGI-IEY FRANK MURRAY PARTRIVEGE il! N JAMES LYNCH ' GLICKMAN LEE CAPROFF I NX S GUS CONNERTH ALICE MOREFIELD DANIEL M. RALEIGH ' S 2 J 7 N BUSINESS STAFF f I I 7, ERNEST RAZEK . . ........... Busin1'.rs Manager 'Y SHAFFER BOONE . . . . .f1.vsis1anz Ihuirmss Manager - ,J DAVID ROBERTSON . . .4.c.ri.v1ant Bzuinrss Manager 7, JACKN MGGUIRE . . flsmcian- Business Managfr SL ,Nj CI-IAS. B. CLEMEN1' . .flssocialc Business Manager SX if G. P. ATKINS WINSTON MCCALL ' Q3 GEORGE ALEXANDER DICK MIREE EN ,Q JOHN CALLOWAY JAMES MONEY Q4 ARTHUR CHENOWORTII JACK PATERSON lp: JOE FADOOL FRED SINGTON 3 xg NELSON FULLER WYA'I'I' SMITH I pw Qi RICHARD GASSENI'IElMER ALBERT WEST II A Q CAD JONES EDMOND WYA'I'r ERNEST RAZEK DAN MGCALL MONT' WILLIAMS 1 IQ f DOUGLAS YOUNG 3 '," 5 H I M R ""' 'I W' -1ifj1f,2fd2w,,,,..f,ff.5Z,2iX V 35.2mm.,:::?Ep41::ffffNw "-ff J Q dsfaggusi. ' 39 Q A 6 Ia 5 , X Q - A ' -- A A -A , ff? X42-wwwfzf-' g saga-25 UNIVERSITY or ALABAMA Q,,ga. q,,, Q H A X f -Y-----W A S u ' ff 289 ,., , ., '1"': ,.f ' -5- ft. ----W -A rfefff ffrfyfr-.a . . . .eu-. . . I '11 . Q I ' ii 0 .1 iiiiifffizffxrff- f ' I IL Apache An Inter-Fraternity Social Organization. Tlcluw Rlcrnumsox . . H LSGH RIALLORY . . . . . . .l,I'l'.S'illl'lIf Iyifl'-I,I'1'.ViI1l'IIf N' 11531 ,W 22.52 1? ie s iifri 't A .fm ii wg fm! ff :ff 'mi V ' 5 153. 1 f.. lim E 5 M 1i.,jk im! 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JE '1 D 1 Ls- f es V1 p ill psn 1011111 Q ta 1 X Founded :lt the Umversnty of Alabama, May 16, 1926 11x43 l 'xii' Alpha Epsilon Delta is an honorary pre-medical fraternity, the purpose of which is to foster A '1 the interests of the Pre-Medical School and to bridge the gap between the School of Medicine lx 11' and that of the pre-medical school. Membership is based on excellence in pre-medical work. fy 1.1 l ll xg 1' Ml 1, 1 . 'Hg lj A.ll1pll1.a1 Chapter M Q Fralrzxs' in Farullalff Q, N Q. S DR. JACK P. IVIONTGOMERY DR, C1,x'1H1 Bkooxs Dk. JOHN Y. GRAHAM 1 -gil ',-fr Q, .gil KJYX Romzlu' L11M1.1zx' GARRARD . . . .D . l'1'fs1dml DANHH, DoucHl2k'1'v . . . . . 7'rras1n'm' QL",-,XNQ Rox' WAGNIER . . . . . lfxcz'-l'rvszdmzl VVH.1,1AM Hum . . . Grand lnlrrnr .j.flv,',lf Q 3 ' L12sLH1 M. BELL . . . . .... . Sn-rriary E1.1zA1H1'1'11 Doznck . . . . . lJiayuoslician 11.gf1j,' 1' I Lumzu' Cullnwny NV. II. l'J:u'dcn llc-nry L. 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SI-s:-Iloxns, Rolf:-, Mustln. lj Fourth Row: Mul'I'uI't, .lonl-s, Jolnxlstnn, Hill, llostc-I', lla-nsnn, Rau, Blulr, llnlml-N, lf:-:II.:'lII. J 1-'lfth Row: ClIII'ksaII, Hush. Arlnms, Bn-Ixlty, Cllrlsllaul. fflflvlllllll. l"Pllil'l'. l. Alllsnn. RI':ullvy. L f A I .L . ,.l.. MLM-.-F-...-.J - I. I I I I , .. -LL llllll, L, :fa 1. . L .,,,, - ..E,,-w-.,.,,,......-.,, -L ... ..,, EYE, sq. ,..., . ,,.....-.,.-..........,.-.......--...... ...- Q A .E 15,1 .0 0- S kj 5 .EAU . , . E. 'Q , , A . . f Acnvc C.lI:1pteI's: SIxty-seven 1. I- lm-tu Chapter I'.stnlIlIslIed III 1904, ' Colm's: Green :Ind XVhite ", .' F10'LU1,'l'.' VVlIitc Rose L I 0 . if l 1 lx , ' Class of 1930 Class of 1932 xx -I 1 lNEz ALLISON DoRo'I'IIY AuAMs , - CAROLYN BRADLEY CARROLL BEA'I'I'Y - MARX' BRANCH CATOR Fnumled :It Virginia State Normal, October 23, 1897 I?.LIzAEE'I'II CIIRIs'I'IAN MARY PIEYTON HARRIS NATALIE COLEMAN I MARION LI'1"1'LIi LOUISE COLLIIER 1 Il FANNY POLLARD ZCIUR ChHl1pltClI' FRANCES IEIENSON 1 I VIRGINIA LIPscoMn JULIA LEIGII LYNNE 'ff MARGARli'l' NELSON I I I KA'1'l1 IERINE SYM ES l Z H3 I-IENRIE'I'I'A WALKER Pifl- Class of 1931 lZ'.l'lllllli.l'lll'tl in 190.1 FRATRES IN FACULTATE MARTIIA PARIIAM lCI.IzAnE'I'II COLEMAN . VIRGINIA I.ll'SCOMll ELIZAEETII I-IEs'rER REBECCA HII.L IEIJITII joIINsoN MARJORIE JONES LucII.E MUSTIN MAY RELFE FRANCES SEssIoNs LOUISE SHIRLEY ANNIE Ross SNow ,fluffy Al K X QINE GIIERIEEOVMIIII: JEAN THOMAS A UTM 4 N 'n , . MILDRED TURNER ,-,QQ A .,?:NgB2v losIGRAnLIArI.s LENOM WOODALL is V1 ' -'Cf v f.-.- 1- CIIARI,o'I'TE CROVVLIEY 5: M FARIJEY B0YI.Es MANOR MHHR' I S1 MAIIGE CLARKSON If, V CARoI.YN IIOCKER --AM - - CI fl-. , KISS 0 I V NIARGARIVI' PAR'l'I,0WE f 933 JANIE REEvEs MARY BLAIR tj ERIN ITNDERWOOD M31 MARGARET BUSII 54 il MILIIREIJ VANCE 'tif NELL CLARKSON Q5 Q MARGARE1' WILSON SARA HOLMES lg" f MARX' EI,IzAnE'I'II Woon IRENE FEAGIN MARY RAU I if I Vf ..' 'PV' if ff ly 1 '55,- fl -ll -'al rg W I 2 'diiffg 4 Q 9 , +I X raqv, op D9 225: 9 I A lil 93 91955 9 ' Q HV' Qs I Ml ,Fla "E f 41 , .1 wg.. . 4513- - , . fl , fag, .Ay '5.::t..xy4x,A,,'ka'-1L,.i,? sf A A . ., ,, .fl r I, 5 'I fs, Q V --fv?7ji.....,:.-.l..., ' AA-H2--el-.5ff,.:4f:1 4155. UNIVERSITY UWA!-ABAMAI sweater A2,-.,L.,ji',g.,, ?5-ifeffefi N'-..,,., .JI W -... ,.. -- .A-,L,-, , .-..- - V H L I ' 296 I Q. .-.-.,-,,.....-...-1 ,ff I A ' ' , A X .1531 , ,H--N I . f , - u A :fga""fL.L f L- I HE 1930 co DLL Ax X EE E We M ye ff, 21 YQ AA V A Q! ,A V 6 y . .55 Q? , V fi fy N 54 I4 up I VN fi' 'lr ix? T 4 i fj First Row: Onderdonlc, Soul. XVIllinms. Zahm. BOL-klett, Cudmnn. M. Cevil, Dunn. l " Second Row: Fisher, Miller. Sanderson, Culhreth, Houghton, Howell, Mosul. XVltheI'ow. fb Tlilrd Row: Belycu, B01-mr, XVnlkor. Hardixi, Burke, Jones, Streblle, Swnlm. Clmlker. I 'I rf Q- 7 5 V' X Colorx: Steel Grey and Turquoise Blue Flofwvr: White Violet QS 5 1 77 f i CLASS or 1930 CLAss or 1932 I Founded :Ir State Female Normal School, Fnrmville, S 'll IZLLYN SANDHRSON Virginia, October 15,1898 UMNNE HAUG'i""0N Q NORMA BOOM VIRGINIA VVITHEROW 3 EMMA LOU BELYEU I lVIARA'Y EMMA CULRRE' f 2 MARGARET MILLER Number of Chapters: Sixty-four WHA SWMM TX ,. - , , FLOIE HOWELL Ax DOROIHY Bockmll E.sIablI.rl1cd lil 1910 ISABELLE FISIIER JEAN CADMAN 1 5, MARIANA CECIL CLASS OF 1933 ll JN M11 Chillpltsll' FRANCES CIIALRER II U LOUISE JONES fijf' Exlnbllxhcd in 1914 PEG BURKE C, ' ., 7 , Q G CLASS OF 1931 MAR'IIIA VSALKIIR I: MARY FRANCES MOSAL iw: AU-ENE HARDIN MARIE S'I'REnILE Q-' MABEL SEAL Q3 MINNIE DUNN EQ ELOISE WILLIAMS Law Class 1931 3' RUT1-I ZAIIM V A V, ,A I ,If ELEANOR ONIJERDONR LCN, I U Y 22? - if 'A I 63 Oli R3:Q?TfilQ3?f iq Ax ' ' 6 ai' 6 1 ' ' A' Qlfc--.'?t.jStTF:1:?f'g:' X 4 bi ,,,-,,.,,-,,-1,-.-,Q --,.--,,.,,, ,,,,,.. Y N X Io , I -I 3 ,N JN - 9305 UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA f i- Og of:f,:z1t.flQ.I,o. -........ 'I QL, . .. .297 X12 I fs I I lf f, I --U M-M 8 W- I My-gigffi--y1f?f35?f '- - ,-'- hi - ff ' A- " 1' 'QI A ' I ' ff. 1 V 1 'V fi -fi:-'., ""TLL1.f1f'if,fl"-'fjT,''X I f Y'-' 'NLy"""' ""v'f.l1,,- -g,9,- .4,, 4M-N,-,,m,,,,,4-,.-Wg ,,,,,, 11. kZ,f'1' Y.- 3' Xqigify Vufl EMI I ,I lifwil iI:II ILM WI 1'-if I 15152 M H! W W. IM M IM, 'hffil I sfi 'I M ,WY N ,QM ,AI in X QIIIQ kdm J I 3' N Z7 First Row: MOl't'l'l', Siu-IvlIoI'd, IQUIIYIIII, KINIIII-I-, 1':lIlt'l'SUll, Punk, BI'nwII. Bull. 'fx SI-I-nIIrl Row: Spotta-I, Smith, Ruse, Rank, Plks-ns, M. Grnvvttff, D, C:1'ElV1'f.lU, 1'JuI-kwoI'tlI. 'W 'l'lIiI'1I How: ZlllNkt'lll"l', IVIIU-LI-ml, Matson. Hnston, Daniel, BuI'IIcs, Dugins, Morrow. MII 1"0uI'tlI Huw: M:IIlIf1ws, 1'llXVl'l'S, Provost, I3FL1'llt01, Cnry, Cox. IJ I lf' i ,fwl I 4,n x.l dy v F , ,,,,,0 I A --...,, -A-....-.-1.....-- U , X W , , , , , ,, ,, ., X X 7 ,,,,, A M A ,,,, Numa ,,,,,,, ,, W ,,,,,, H, ,,,, Wm, ,W ,WWE 'N I K. ,..,... - ,www,.AI------.-.-..--Awf-.A.., W f , w Y w if I U gpg gd CJ Y ,Q , ',I Colorx: Silver Gold :Ind Blue ,, xf Flofwcr: Pans Y' ll I fi Xp .Y ,. I - fx 5' -4, fwf- 5'-f' 3 INXS ki FA Delta Dcllrtal Delta I CI.Ass OI: 193m CI.Ass OF IQ32 , , GWHNIIOLYN BELL Ffllllldfll in I888, '1'lI:IIIksgiviIIg Eve, :It Boston, Mass. RENA Cox V ' - V , . I' 1 Rum lE"0NCh Number of Chzlptersz SeveIIty-eight VIRGIMA MALLh0D ,XIX MAVIS 1'.MliRSON LOUISE BAcIc'I'EI, . SX: FI,oRA F. KIRKI'A'I'kIcK EVELYN CARI' 5, II INEZ RUNYAN x H V ,. . A-,SX CAROUNE COOK losIGIzAIII,AII. EVKLYN SH'5I'f"fRD HLANCII MIIRCI-:R C Q NEW ANNA BROWN "ASS OI' 1933 f - ,. ' A I 1IIEcI.A MAISON ALICE MORROW Hx- ,SX SUE BARNES X,X4L,jJj v I ' ' .,,f4' CLASS OF 193, ANNIE lx. PROVOST xi, 3 DoRo'I'IfIx' DUGINS 1 IIIaI.EN ZUIvIIcEI.I,Ek MARY OIBEAR IQ? HELEN DUCKVVORTII ANNIE CAGE POWERS EHZABH'l'H ROSE N' N ELL DANIELS f'r7'IQ AERA PICKENS MAIz'I'IIAI.ENE HASTON ,ffm RUTH RANK FRANCES MATIIEWS lij, MARX' ELLIS SPo'I'I's MAURICIE GRIXVli'l"l'lZ I DALMA GRAvE'I"I'E EMILY M, SMITII ' xy' I y I if - , Q , Q, gif If 'fi fi3f.?l'53E?Q:f Stiff: sae :Sas a ' .3 IN ' H 'Aww' W-mm Y M 4 l pf I QM gf, I ,ff R, I V X ,,,',,..1Q,i ,Y fjf "ff-13:88 .- - 1 pr -rg A van, IQ, Q, ' Qi5Qqg,:gg1'gg,, "gif ' I-'feegiiegellfik51Ii,j:if3Q1g29 UNIVERSITY OFIALA .... Km A 2 f4L,,.? Qifkiifil 298 I ,. 'I ,, , . ,,.-.,,..,.,.-...,,.-.-, . - - i""" " if' W 914. QQ ,.M-...,.M. . A I i f I -HE 1930 co I Ng, V! ' ' ' f I N :, ' 251.5 !WTf'i ' 7 1 I ! Q ,441 .X fij QW 3.4.1 P5 A 261 fl ki fi 'iff' fd-141 N CIW Mfr F 'Q S, M .gxvjf L, First Row: GlllIt0I', TlIllmIl4-aux, A, Mitf-In-ll, him-r, KI-rsh, ll. l"l'l'gUSUll, I-1. 1"1'l'L:'llS0ll, Burkett. fy? Sc-cond Row: l'!0:Is4loy, AI'hulhIIot, Willis, Slmm-i'l'vI', Whllm-, Van lIHl'll, Nl17l'l-Tilll. M. Mita-114-ll. U Q. Third Row: Lyons, LI-I-, 1Wl'l'f'l'l', M. llintmn, lr, llintun, Uulllvr, Nuttall, 'l':Iylur. fijfxd, Fourth Row: Atkins, f'1llYl'I'f., llmul, III-l'1lIII:I.II, Ivey. AI I. SX' II' ,, I I IAQ! , , , ,dx I fx gg '.QgQIQQQ1l.IQfQI"'fj'H"-llljflfim ' ,ps V f5,Qff Q. II A I-aw fb , 9- I1. - RQ ,Ny Colors: Red, Buff and Green ft .bm-u 1f'lofwm'.' Rcd :Ind Buff Rose .'-M J ,, 1 fffk I ff- X? If POSTGRAIIUATII at Gaming Delta CI,Ass OF 1932 ifwfd LOIS TIIInonIeAUx ' . D0ko'rIIY ATKINS Founded at Umversnty of Syracuse-IIII Mny 30, 100+ MARY NHTCHHLL ' AIvIIzI.IA LI'oNs If CLASS. OF 1930 VIRGINIA CALVIIRI' A N , I-X AIIDAIIAIGN MoRcAN 1 E, , 2' A U'l'HNO'I' ' , If 'ATX Fxcusov PS1 Chf2R1pIfC1lf' MONA VAN HORN ri VH RA lm- I-FRCLQSAN I KA'I'l1liRlNE Ivx' i,'.,aaf gl 1, , . - f Pfyjj - C hslalllzsllml zn 1921 COMHILA HERDMAN U4-5 MIEIIBA LINER iARoI.vhr:II ISERSII I.IcI2 IICI-IIILI. CLASS OF 1933 ' I' I Ii--3 IELHANOR CoI,I.IIzR ly! CLASS OF I93l MARGARIVI' GUNTIER f .i IIAN KIMBAIIL :U MAR'I'IfIA G. BIeAsI,IaY JXRIFNV Ll-A fltfi' MARY E. VVILLIS '-M------------W-My------------f -4-'--- -- -A-H " ' ' .II-,Il MAIIIII, HIN'I'oN 5,41 I-IIeI.IaN PIIIGEON H Y H-.II Q Q Y , DOROHIX I-IINTON LI., MoNIfLLII BURkE'I'lE ,1 BIESSIH MIIRCIIR I-I LEWIS LEE SHAIIFFIIR MARY T , Wd, DoRo'I'IfIx' WIII'rI5 MLOR fd IIELIIN N u'I"I'AI.I. N ' X, 'IZ' Kr B Qi! I-f I I I I -iff:"':'33' Y-.fs . 7-i'LQ'M"'l-TAT 1' 1 Til- -112' 1.4: vw ' O f .,:rD,4l..h,f.,-I1I-Aff X IQ N . Q. 'Fr I N' ' A -,--- - -,AA-A A AAKA --,Af ' A I A - ff" ,7gy7,,x,,-,ff""N ,Fw ,. . .. w1.1'v'-:Uv-'1"H', ""f' f,,-fic- -A . f n , ' , - I ' , ,-Aff - N -- , - ,A-5-.iw . 5, 45v,Q:f, ,Iv a I , UNIVERSITY or ALABAMA S, I ' . A.. . - If I " 299 f N' ,. , W -,, ,f J' N nf' 1- . .61 --.,.,.,, ......,- W., f f ff 'THE -1930 co o L 1"f-'..'i-9' T...f-, J41', j V ' ' --- XA I i . I A-, 4 ' .ml ,Q ,K 22 A .Var 6? fini' ,K k Y I . I 5 First Row. Kirk, SL-mt, Mounflr-ld, Finnell, Rush, Roberts, Plfll'li0l', ' SPPOIICWI Ttmv: Morton, Iflarwvll, Hnnkixns. Blair, lllfo, Maxwvll, IIi1llLff01'f1, Cou1't111-y. Third Row: llurrls, llreylmlds, Alston, B0ll,'l'lIn11III:III, llatiln, 1II'lLfIL'1', 1-loffI1Iulstu1'. , If 1' -'h,QQ1,g'QlIiff1fff-"'l"i-1 QP ' '- ' A l ' V Colors: Cardinal and Straw Ho"-W"-' Vvhltf Carnation 6 D ig fi A I 0 X 1 Chu Umcgal X POSTGRADUATIQ I CI,Ass 0111 2 ' X Founded at Fayetteville, Ark., Aprnl 5, 1895 93 IJ . ' , LOUIEA 'V EUCEMA KIRK Number of Chapters: E1glIty-seven Sl Lsmw MXL FRANCES BELL JEWEL DAFFIN 1' CLASS OF 1930 CATIIIERINIE I'IoFFMnIs1'I2R ,YE Av: R ,4 KA'l'l'lRX'N MOUNFIELD NM Beta Chapter JMLT IFE , ffm AILIEEN MAXWELL A SARA ALICE Scorr MARY lows H I II' 1 1 1 1 ' Y L I - f MARX' JESSIE FINNELI. Izsfabluhcd 171 1921 E AGLFR ' LOIS LANGFORD 3 VIRGINIA CIIAPMAN 'H' - f .Ilf CLASS OF 1931 SUE PARKER N-,.,,.f A I-IHLEN ROBERTS 3' ff, I21,1,nN BLAIR CLASS OF 1933 JHANNE RUSH ,Mg-W ,,V, ,AMW--,Ls -A-,wx -- , 1 of 'H CIIQRTRUDE REYNOLDS xy' MARJORII2 I-IANR1Ns MARY Hmms ,gl CATHERINE HARWIILL ig 1 THVLW X 'CO 1 ' v I Qi' MARY GREY MoR'1'oN 'N' ' ' ' ' ' Uknu Q4 711 E? E5 ,? I I if ' 11' f I " 'fr"'i""1"-T,':.'E,11 .----- Z! ,, rg-Y' 1'-Llgfn' P, "F -'I 95 ' ng 22 .3 '5 7' :va1a519aePee9a 15' gf XV 'If L11-T' -.wwf-f2Q:Qr 1 ' -- A e .umvsnsnv or ALABAMA gg, ,., A A.. , ll' ' ,I ' ' 3oo 1 1QQ 4 9 0 , if 55-,,..Q-:.a.1, ...I-.A:LQzQ:..x.f. I - 3- A 1 , - X ' ' A. -R 'tr Iggy 4-- --------H ff . -,- 4, - I , . !I im, I' I ,Ml .11 I . le lf' .-f fi' xi 'X x 71 ' A l I I. IV . -ffl 7 1 Ill Ii 1 2' l 1-91 lil ' x lil? at ,. I , 5, fl-..-. I , will F44 A gl .IL il 5 'pl First llmv: l':1ll11-y, Sililt'iTl'l', llvaul, lI:1,x'ls, ialxlq Sm-01111 How: i'llll'llS, ilflllyl, lllvp:1.rz11', husk. Price. lJ1QX"I 'l'I1lrd Now: ll:1::1-1', Xvulln-1', Griilln, Xyflllgililll, Silver, Saxllndcrs. wifi xg fl II. 'A RJ au 1 1 r - A -,WmH4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,.... ..,,.. f A , - e,-,..,,. -- Q-,-Qq A Kp I Il f ,. -- , ...- -.-- V--- X xl-If I L,--M XVI Q5 U u ,fy KJ '-f I Cp vp: xx Number of Chzlptersz Fifty '-Ill: ' Flolwcr: Killarney Rose .igxjl i"ff'I !' A lf-A If IIA Delta Zeta lflilzil 1, i'0llIlliCKi October 24, 1902 at Miami liniversity, Oxford flileli POSTGRADUATE Ohio CLASS OF 1932 I.oxA CA'l'llliY CIAARA GRIFFIN ' lil - SARA Pmcn Aj I 11-Im Alpha GHIIITJIIMHI Chapter EMMA 2'-WG"AN L, f-I I I AN111' Usx CLASS OF 1930 'gl lislalflishvflh in 1922 lim"1'x' S11A12FF1aR ' M1R1AM Foo1'12 C ff' " MARY BURNS "ASS OF 1933 V1c'1'oR1.,x D,xv1s MARY SILVER Ifll SARA11 HUNDON llflj Mfxncn DUGGER Iwi! .i-4:g.:w::,L,.4.'Lg1.LL.i.g.:g,,...-'.A.1, ., MARGUERl'l'li HAGER 1, 5 CLASS 01 193' CA1'1'mR1Nn WALKER litfii MAR1n XV11.1ax' MARGAPWI' LANG MAR1ox R1c.-in . 'I'11uL1v1A SAUNDERS 'Z-ij - . 1 x. ,Y I I Ig. V1 ,,,,-,,M,-W,-.,..-Jbx Itila, ., it I , 'R --.f-N .f-.f--' mfs y-w-fe 1,- --N., I--I '--- 1 - X ., -1 - n - -N II,L,,1,, , A U 'x,,'4L,,u. 4.1! 'lk 11:sa:?5QiQ'1Si Q I , if -A - - W--. 1251gIsQT"T3711fiZ, -.f-I ff- ,Q M I I I I . ll if-IMf337Y--T-e,,,, un IV - nsrrv or ALABAMA 1, tiff VVII , ,,,,,,, , v,',,r '- IAQ, 301 ' , 1 I frusfvll so 'COROLLA gt: Q55 gr 'I ,. I l l I I . 333.151 Mi , ' ,Mig X I-'I C V ,V iiifif ' lr.-fel ' jiifiii H", J lzflli Eifll - Illli . SHI I If '37 lkfiii alfjigl lrjtl ll Ri-li ln lil if l liiftllgx liliiiiw -h .I I smtp!! VN? dial! I .flui 'il-. l .iff lx li.-jjw 4 fa I -Y - ' . , A ' 1.-4 First Row: S. l". Swann, X'OllllL2'ill00li. 'Vlunms-s, Royal, Tirlght, li. Youngblood, StI'llxlln1.:. TLT. Sl-I-nml Row: N. Swzuui, L. Swann. IH-ts-IN, liuhy. Svlnxsslvr, Sln'unslIlro, l'l'l'lillt'. Iitfsfg Third How: l4iYilll.1'St0ll, Knllrlsm-n, i"llXVil'l', f'lll'lll'llll'l', Cross, IM-nn, Ln-ylllnstr-I'. lvla . lfxfl: In P117 0 fi n I , u ' an A I ll rf' . ,,,, 'iII.1li1f'.'AI1..-.IQ1ff..i..' .fd ' fi, 5 'I - -41 " " - ' "ti" - "Th ,A .X rm P In Y, M Il ' 5. A3 ju, iii Colors: Scarlet and Olive Green "ein-I" Fl0fwz'r.' Red Carnation 0: Of, All h Ch' U cgar POSTGRADUATE Flflgy 0 1 2 Founded at DePauw University on October I5, 1885 I f 93 SARA FRANCES SWANN Number nf Chapters: Fifty-three MARJORIH CROSS ,ifjg LILLIE MAE DEAN nlfff DOROTHY LEYMASTER I .. ' , ,. .. E Class of 1930 Alpha Upsnllon Chapter MARCAREI Pmks 3' NANCY SWANN MIRIAM BOYD Eslalzlislwd Srpfrmlmr 9, 1921 IQLEANOR M' RIOUNGBLOOD ,fi . ', 2 ELIZARETII BRIGHT I.oIs SWANN lk Mijg' ANNA TI'IAMl5S MARGARET POWERS SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE V3 f V MARY I' XOUNGBLOOD MRS.. CAROL HUMPHREY 01,155 of 1933 Iii, A I-In.nA CARPENTER fl 01,13-J of 1931 MARGARET FOWLER As'rRm KNUDSEN I BLANCHE STRXBUNK' ELEANOR LIVINGSTON ------.M .. .... J ---..-...---....-..-..-.....w-. ...... MARY PERDUE EMMA RonY - SUE ScIINssI.ER ,ll I FRANCES SIIROPSHIRE .. ll lg"-'QQ ' if ia life? iii ilfii gl- Q: lfjx. JJ 4' le':l ..., --, ..-E.....-...fc A UZl...........--..........- I ,, , .le --,,-',-- -- 1- Y-.V-,f'l f- --N f S-CQ IVVI -xx G'-A -'X , , Al eggs. - l ,Q lf 226545, ' sa ac A aa osibaa, nga: I l 4 .-................i...ii......l,..............-...,.., .x, ily! ll ll .-... 0-.. iif ilV'f 51- . . . .. W-. .. ...E ..,. gg., . ,AU -mqmvn I' 'VN5'wy"-"I 1' ' Af-,r'Tf:, " . ' " . . . ' wr --v ww ,. ..... e . Iumvs nsrrv or ALABAMA fg-f e, Q Sz .uw 21.9.5 my "ww "T , up -- . T' M 302 I 4 A x K 5 I - s ll 'n K 1 1 W ' z E wi! A 1 I vw' f A l 1 sf ff Ill VJ! 1 I L in W M, V1 . , q"':'7-Gif' H ' " 5 ', 5 we . 'S -- 'Nf,"?3557sL-43.-P1-Xvrf L r 1 1. f:J --if ,... 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'55 1 if , , ,, X, ,.,,.. ,I A ' fl :E XJ 1 Colors: Light Blue and Dark Blue 1f'lm-wp,-3 Fleur-glg-li r'-1 1 , ill ff' P G A A Q Founded October 13. 1870 Y A OST R DU 'lb Number of Chapters: Sixty-two 'M'-f'0f1932 ALBERTA AUSTIN l.Ucu.l.lz Cxosm' MIRIAM LOCKE G MARGARET l'IlcLslcR ' Hlllmllmlgl Ch-Elllpltfklf' Pumarus Iluxronn .1 , , Jrassu: Rm'Nol.ns 1 lixlzlh lc! 1 .2 rpg Clan- of 19311 I I J" In 9 7 MARX' XVOODARD " VIRGINIA THOMPSON ALEXINA DEMOUY S F MARX' ALICE Huxrokn ORORES IN ACULTATE 5' RUTH KOELN MIRIAM IOCKF ' 1 EDNA LEE MCDONALID Um "f1933 GHRTRUD5 PERKINS JANICIE me LA CROIX MARGARW1' EnmNs 1 ' ' "H""H"" "-"""""" " ""' ' Muuwr Gmws . V-V - x ' Y "YH "-'M' M .A .' . 3' Class of 1931 MAmal,oN jo KINCANNON QQ Ru'ru Pmuuxs 1, ROSEMARY AnAMs JOY QMITH U NORMA LAURENDINE I-IIQLHN VVORRIELI. v MADELINPI MCDONALD E5 1 5 V , ., , , ,. ,, ,... , ,JL l" if f'ft1I'I' '4-Q3i.9ZiQ?iTbi'74l ich, 23wJ.:12:afg'i'giEijgfi'5gggg.fil r,15Q'i,,mC.1 .,.. 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'Qi fl .1 lag I xglg ', l ,- V f-----------V-M , 'T Q , . , :'r"2T',.. " Q X 'lvl ff-4- q Q- V C was Ui 5 iix Colors: Light Blue, Dark Blue and Gold Flofwcr: Killarney Rose X V Yiiiir' , If Iiifkya l, ' 47 Q :A LAX, C1.Ass OF 1930 X Zi Dclta CLASS ov 1932 fs lf F. , Wi GAN1s1,1.1a Go1:cANs IEUNICIQ BRUNSON X lfjxlif LOUISE CLARK FUllIlClCCl at Lomburcl College on April 17, 1893 HELEN TEELE ll, l' 'xl--. MAYNm'r12 MACKEY lkls MARTIN '11 . A N l f Cl. :: "f 1 1 H 12111111 N1c1c1aL umier 0 miners rl ti JACQUHIANE CAR1'1zN'1'1zn , if ti ll DIXIE MCGRAW MARYI1 NIEIGHBORS 2 ,"l-Nl GERTRU1112 S1v11'1'11 'fix fl ll ,- , ,. , LUc1L1.11 IIIOMPSON Tam Qhallpltgr Xgqiv-l ll All if Established May .,c, 1927 ' N SSW CLAss OF 1931 CLASS OF 1933 lrwlgl ANNIE B. STANDIFER JANELLE VVHJUAMS h jf' gil ERMA GAYLE Co'1'1'm' ROBERTA HOUSTON ff l Mmlkm BUCKNER lfA'I'llIiRINl5 THOMPSON ll.,'I LOUISE ENGBARTH G1sRA1.n1x1i HULSAW1' 53 EUNICE FULLER ,.i..- ----,.,- , ,, .., , -3 XfIRGINIA X70UNG DOROTHY HUTc111NGs CORABMI SCALES 15,-', FLORENCE I-Iu1.sA11'1' JANE MCKENZIE ,Af 1 b l L 'I' "Q ,MI ORA IIAXION 5. '1 L74 25? Q1 ,ui ll-l if , ,, 9 v,. i "i l -----.......--.......-----li 29 -.........--?! 29 lqj -' r7af"'1.fjx-"3 A, A -7541 0,9 og 97, ng iff: ,f 5.35 sa1eb19SS-- cis I 9' 1. '-' ' W iv! f' lul N5 'HX A X lXJEyR.TJIZl.1'L4J' "" gj,1'Q.Q':'f"2f ,J -- g ' . ' I Arif 1"'-- ---H' -f UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA gas 'J ' - - 4 ' 1 "V "' "" 'W' ' xI.,,,f' M ll' ' ' ff "' W' ' ' " ' 304 .-1 4 - A 'izgi' Lf L' """"'T"""" -4 Y-lsxe Rf - -- . 'ix Ziff- L , A .T""-1'3,,,g'. ., ...,. 1624 1' ' 1 O COROLLA i i Aifiilfikffxftefl ' ZQKWGMW- ---M-"emi-' fr' A we 1 11,15 ' v"""xNQg,vQ 'W 1 Ny" .- lr! . 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N 1 1 .1 f 'J .v V DEBORAH Lnvv Bessm Kr.1rmN01f1-' V . ,, , , , S11.v1A LEWIS P1 Chaptgr Rm-11 LOVE 1-AA'-f!,l . QI LENA MAY SIMON El Mil d I li! 2? I 7 EDNA Lnvv QU 'sa sn- .A ' -, - , N if' FANNYE VVHNHR P 9 7 B1aA'rR1cla RE1sMAN . V .fl Y SoRoREs IN UNIVERSITATE :m"'RE3VS'M0VnZ NN115 EINSTEIN " Qi Class of 1932 . 3,1 t CORINNE Lnvv ,,-,,,,,,,,,ww-,mH,mu-- ,,,,,. A ,L Louise I.l2vY If l?m1'rH,x Roonm li, Elite ri if, ff ifl lx' 'ft' fv gif! gif W,,,,.-.... .ffbJ p l.-,.---t.-.,l-.-.-1-,.,---.- .,.1 1 wf ff iff F. - ' 5 ii Q 4 3 lei ' X ' 'MI 21 XM ' L 1 lx rr W 1 + W if bw-.- ,.--.,,-. .....-,.,-.-..... , ' I Q' N N V V -r av N 'f x X' ' -'Q-".lfg,, j. , - - ' , - ,.. f , "". ' V ' ,,.-,, -QL, -.x,. ..,Y QL!! R,-ff Uulvenswv or ALABAMA' f f, 305 1.-'f1r ll 'f'f'i- 'gsxmf sf M V A ' 'VEZXVIZLZ'5l':fAl"""1'7"-l- ft:i:':f:,.:,ff':. ' Fir:-xt Huw: Ryu-rs, Um:-xs, 1-'um-x11:u1. Fm-mllvy, M4-uns, Suurmd Row: Adams, Bm-nnon, Blm-luvoml, K1-nmwly, Tolbert. Iluhlmrd. 'Beta Phi Founded nt University of Alabama in June, 1928 Colors: Blue and Gold Flofwcr: jonquil SoRoREs IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1930 JHANli'I'l'E J. r11ALBERT El.IZABIi'I'II KIZNNHDY ANNE RUTH IiLAcxw00n ELLA OLIVE ADAMS RUBY BRENNEN Class of 1931 Kill! U As .,A,, lr ul ian il Elf? ' ' l 'lil L l ff' Q l Lffg 1 j r X, ll: 'r llfll I ll V31 "'l? l .yy , 'kj , fmvsx IW My llf Q . .. , , ,,. QR l fl .1 5, XWM. --fzl ilfiml llqxj, rvillfj lwffvy W jf A ,l , -Q i fl ,!f" ,ffl we A A51 A as 1 DN iw A i 1" ,AI kw- all If ,xx fi fi lajziigfll 1 U 5 a ll ll 1' Wil gm Xflfzll l 1 'x l ,M,, V BE'1"1'Y NEWCOMIER HELEN FHNDLEY lf Dokosuv MEANS F1135 Class of 1932 Ll Donomv Bvmzs LILLY Ckoss NAOMI FOREMAN ell v ,N-' Class of 1933 ,N ELIZABETH I-IUEEARD MX'RA JOHNSON 3155! ll., lqszl El' EI :fre Ill:-,l ' A , . ii. - ., ,. 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WW :Mt - 30 A0 ' 0 .y t - it A ., . -Lf -...- Y, -,,,,,,. ,,,. 4...-f -- Ks N7 - f ll ' .il ,ll 5 all ' ,H if :ffl if 5 Qi 5 Eff A if ij iii W 1'!l .X I ff Qji ' f-all Yi 'll 5 fffzll A L . r I iii X lil? llll 1 if 'Af 1 i ll.: S V l . "fl - yy 5,155 fi 3 , f l gli I 4 .ll tllfl l l l Xlxll Y . ill l .. srl ' X 1 its K ! fi , . ' 0.1 this My X I ,gm 3 QA l fx., Ill I 1 sf.-. X 1' ill d 4 l 1 'I' 1'. l t l .l 1: . l 1 1 1: ,r E f S 7 r f N ,X 5. .5 I 1 f wil 1 's. H 1 gi Miss MARTHA PARHAM li i iff' ,I Registrar of the University. Phi Beta Kappa. K V Recipient of the Sullivan Award. 7 .' Z lf Held in high esteem by faculty and students alike because of her devotion 5' to duty, her keen sense of fairness, her broad and deep sympathies, her gra- g, Qi ciousness and the charm of her personality. lv: it ll' 1. S' ix 3 f ll fs ll if ig xi Fy 'll Lvl Alix ' if' ie 1' 'Klip' i- A 73: -F ""-' "Heikki umvensrrv or ALABAMA A-.7 S gi., j ggz'g1y:1Mf. Y.,.,.r , ,.,, - ' I f -lvwv' ill 308 ! 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R Ml . . ,T Tllfxl Elly-X JOHNNY PATTON . . . . Hzstorzan ,flytg . . I ,ft A5111 aww W SARAH ELLA I'IAUGI-ITON jj ,. wf Nj MARY ROBERTSON s pg, , if A 4 MIRIAR1 Locruz ! MARY BURNS ls 'lj lf' l ' ' fx NEI.I.IE SMITH gg iff! lk: 32' 133 ri Wu '1 51 gl li 'af , ' . ......, M .,.. ..e, .... . . , .,....,....,,.,....., ,..e ,.,.,.,., ,.,. ,,.. t , ,,,.,,. . , . ...,,,,.,,,,,. ,, il- 'sf , .. H ' ------ 434' W H 'wtf-f 1-"wgMiigg,,i,:,i5, jf?" 7.Cfijf..,,,V "" 1 ""' ,ff '-f' T ,..,. Z' gf? .5!:,tj,z5,ZZ ,ilv x7Qi,3m1.4L ..,,,, i ,,., 3.,W,,ZZ'u W EI 3, 4 W -A ,..,,, QQ, ,m,431.:W,wlmQz .,.,, ,.,,, f , ,f X ff V ,.V,, 9 ,, -, ,,,, , U :iffy fffzwf ! k ly X "-'- - ..,.,,,, N ,,,,, 1 0.f,!"'L .,.., ,.,- . ,f ,.'. i.Lf,2,f.6A1H 1 , .,,v ,L1,,:1jfim5y ..,,,.,, 59.31 Q .V 93 lffli i If ff!! wr- ' :1 "'f f-".::': ,fr hp' :V - 'I 5 ' I WN A, S - A f5'i'fi5' A UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA c A 'T -L. 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Sm'etary-Treasurer rpg, C1281 :ill 'P' IDA MAE STALLINGS BETTY SI-IAEFFER MARGARIET BOUTYVIELL CATHERINE HARWELI. lf'5"JX JOY SMITH JEAN CADMAN Ri, W J' X .T ,, LURENE ILTHRIDGE GANEI,I.E CQOGGINS lf MliI,lSA LINER LENA MAE SIMON ' K I '. JANE ABERCROMBIE JOHNNY PATTON -11 r. J AIJRA PICKENS SARAH ELLEN I-IAUGHTON liji 1? I IsAEEI.I.E YouNGIz1.ooIJ SUE PARKER jg Al.EXlNA DIEBIOUY NIARY BURNS A ,ll if I iff 5 : if -12 '!"I iff! III-f'1 I ' .1 , ...... W., ...., ,,,,..,,,,,,,I ,I .,.l ,W .,,I ,WM ,,I,I,,.,.....,,4 ,. ,I..,... . .I,.I Wm ,.., I :,,,.x,,,, ,..,..I.... ,., I,.I., , J,,,,, J J,I, JW ,,,,,,,,,, 3 ,,J,,J, , X' v-'v-v -7 X "" . f ! IZf.:r?.v'-W ....,..., 5 .ii.:.'A,.ji?f3,fl1fZff :ffl -'f ,,,, :Rival my ,:',, I K J:f,.23,!::, 'f-' 11 "-- Z Q19 . Pi I M-W---mL,, '-" ' f ffHI'w,.f It 1 Il ,V Q R ffl .,,.I 75,2 !'.,,:MwZf9 Af ...,, .,.,,.,.,v,,,,,, . ,ff lv , ' ""' w l,,n,,,. f-., .,,,M,fA:-E,,,Z,r,:,i,i.i.i65 31:5 I 1. 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Clmirnzan of Town Girls' BELLE LAZENIIY . . . . Chairmfm of pVOI'lllf'F!101L'8'lliP Committee EUNICE BRUNSON . .... fjlllliflllllll of fllonlhly jl4L'I'fi7lgS FRANCES JACKSON . . . . . . Cihlliflllllil of Ill'.YfJ!'l'X COII1lllilfl'I' SARAH ELLA HAUGHTON . . . Chrzirnuln of S0l'il11Sl'I'?JilTl' Committee II . I ff? fifwfm ' """ "" ,fAf:f11i.e1:w1f,"f'fff'f""' A I 1 .,4..,...,.,.. 1 4 K I' . f q 31,1 ,.. . -- A-ff QV J- I-.lf , , I. 'f 'I ,, I if , Pri An inter-sorority club founded al Randolph-Macon, May 1, 1904. Established at the University of Alabama, November 20, 1928. CATHERINE HARWELL . FARLEY MOODY MARY JESSE FINNELL CAROLYN KERSPI VICTORIA DAVIS FANNIE POLLARD EVELYN SHEPHERD RUEY KooNcE GWENDOLYN BELL MARY GREY MORTON NORMA BOGARD VIRGINIA CHAPMAN CLARA GRIFFIN VIRGINIA MCLEOD MELBA LINER MARTHA GooIIwYN BEASLEY AILENE MAXWELL OFFICERS BoYI.Es . . MAIJGE CLARKSON BETTY SHAEFFER LoIs SWANN FRANCES HooNE HENRlE'l"I'A WALKER ELLEN SANDERSON 'FHECLA MATsoN VIVIAN SWAIN MARIE STRERILE NATALIE COLEMAN WINRIE CLARRsoN CATHERINE HOFMEISTER GERTRUIIE REYNOLDS MARY SILVER SARAH YIERNDON RACHAEL FERGUSON . . . . . . . .President S ecrelary- Treasurer ELIZABETH FERGUSON INEZ ALLISON JEANNE RUSH ELEANOR COLLIER JANET LUSR JANET RIFE SARA HOLMES JEAN BAER ELEANOR ONDERIIONR TIIELMA COURTNEY RENA Cox LOUISE BACHTEL MARY ELLIS SI-oT'rs DOROTHY DUGINS CAROLL BEATTY ..m.,7.L Qu.. , ,,3.7.E..:.,:Ey... ,.,. ,,, ,,,,T:3.:L:5.c.T: ,...,- .,....,, xxx TEITQQEQJJTTEWZT ,.,.. TZ..5.7.1..TXfgmjtjlgwjm...:..1..:,,.,TNQ V, X""h'f IEW ' M .,,...., X '2i:1:,1TV1W:K ,, I Y' .HMM MMI 'I' jyhyzgiff77?g:323j:A-fc:::f,, www' .gf A ,.,., ,1..E,.,,I.W .,,..,.,,,.. 5 1' M, I.: ,.,,.,.,,.,,.,, ,,.,,4 .,,,.,.,, ' :MM 'L . f '5.,.fW2fjMS. I . ., 5. .. ,. '-fQ,Q,,,,,,f,,, ,Q,.,f ,,,, ,,Q,Q.Q,Q,Q7Q',ff,QQQn,.,fQf-'QQ . 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A x , , 1 - , ,A -V f - -.f ff 'fs' -3 V 4i'wlw1"m --H4 ' 'y ,WW H "si"f2'iaQ1mfm:nM..i-gr'ff.a:s,:.Q'"kmlg1M.xp1imLfk.iAm.. ,L Jn.-m.LfQuiv311miQi,QL4a.m'm2f1i9::aL5rflfrlz3534ixCuMLM.m.iiimwi2E2i,: ' "Y"'s5VH 7 ' " W """'ft7"3' 5' ' 37'f5'l"""'7' TQ? ben an old-fashioned meeting of "bull" was in session, Don College invariabl lv y was t e center of attraction. Many tales of his personal prowess were m cl l 11 o est y recounted by our hero. WAR HORSE CLUB A group of philanthropic young men, organized for the purpose of filling a long-felt need and distributing their limited time to as many deserving girls as possible, and who select their members on the basis of merit. ' MMT ll I ffffgf 2 'y-'V' X ff'- Wm All QV' SUMMER SCHOOL-UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA ession student are provided for by the summer school. The needs of the regular s M ' De rees and many a2.gS:,'15b 5,000.2 . au 0. If 03 lv -,. 0 v '. s ' 9. J. il lv ' 'f' '0 ng Q -Q 1 ?sg?'IQ'0E'.l2AY0-l1Ds5,- 0.0 2-any Val ofa ' C n BRI: U . o,-'L ogg o, ' 13315 5, 4 5 A 9 . Required courses for the Bachelor's and aster s g electives are offered. is the varied and attractive program of One of the main features summer recreation and entertainment. For Information, Address DIRECTOR OF THE SUMMER SCHOOL UNIVERSITY, ALABAMA A. fi ,ff .9' lv nl - ,-if ' , - sf 1' Q 5- ' , iQ W ' 1 MS M !, 7' X Ml x 'af 7? ,fx V Q . Af B L eff I I JUL ff! E, lhpancg- QWQ5 -QAFETY lPnv M AGE P f f' '1 f EQ-5wQm+ am+QQQsfQQmam, ' L W XE 9 -l ,M fg ! n f K' if 2- Grade-fm! -'51'r2AnoHT Pm AGEA X X "We YW l,l 665.3 65605 h Q O 'Q '- , n 'u ' a ' . ' . u , ' u o--n! wh! 'xa"7 1:2 I-X L up 3.5 nn, -.-- I I ml 4Q , f X Q . . . XUXX uf A A S A 'mm Q MX V4 Q45 ' . 'f Q 0 4 X X ff I 4. Wm MMG' 5 College-MNRZQQPIN gh - V -Lhfsgehooi. if-' Xl if H yi STBPEPIN Ace wh' 4' ' NLQ fx ' l , on ,M .. . - f f . 555 L fx-ax Q . 7 " fy a H' QV 5? 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"Largest South" TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA ,,.,,- 1 4 145 She: "What is the greatest Greek tragedy?" He: "Oh, you know I never knock other fraternities." WHY THEY RATE: A FRANK AND FEARLESS EXPOSITION OF THE REA- SCNS FOR THE SUCCESS OF CAPSTONE FRATERNITIES PIII KAPPA SIGMA-Because freshmen are so everlastingly d mb during the first week of schoolg because of their u close resemblance to a fraternityg because of-well, just because. PIII DELTA THETA"BCC8USC Bruno Murray prudently arks his car near the house but doesn't lIve thereg be- v - - , cause it isn't generally known that jughead Privett is a'so one of the boys. DELTA KAPPA EPsILoN-Because they were founded when D. K. E. was careless with its charters and chapter in- spectors wouldn't get around to see what was petitioningg because Sigma Chi isn't at all proud and obligingly built next doorg because Pottlow doesn't hang around the house much. PHI GAMMA DELTA-Who said they rated? I-low do you explain Sentell, and Pritchett? ALPHA TAU 0MICRON1H8VCH'I they got two Chryslers? What? VVell, what difference does it make who they belong to? 'Nil' 'Q' SIGMA CHI-Well, they've got a pretty pin and a good song. PI KAPPA PIII-Because distance lends enchantment. KAPPA SIGMA-Because they are frequently mistaken for Gorgas Hall. CHI PHI-'BCCZIUSC Mary Jessie is Woolsey's sister and Lewis Smith is a prominent politiciang because they have a better house than the Z. li. Ts., Lambda Chis, or Kappa Nus. KAPPA ALPHA-I'Il bite-why? SIGMA NU-Because they can slip through their hedge and play on the tiny links free of chargeg because they are generous with their liquorg because it's better to be a Sig Manu than never to have been drunk at all. SIGMA AI.PI-IA EPSlLON1BCCilU5C they have more members than the boy scouts Knot as good ones, howeverj, and more chapters than Sears Roebuck fibidjg because it's better to be an S. A. E. than not to have any kind of badge to wear. Y LAMBDA CHI ALPHA-Because some men dont like frater- nities and join Lambda Chi. ICN WIE EL'S HOME OF ' HART SCHAFF ER MARX ' 089 Clotbiers and Furnishers to Young Men Ill! X E' L THE CAPSTONE ICE CREAM PARLOR AND DELICATESSEN SHORT ORDERS REGULAR MEALS ALL FLAVORS OF ICE CREAM "1 ust Ojf the Campusv For the benefit of those freshmen who may some day forget their youthful resolutions to always be gentlemen, and apply for membership in some of 'SEI the various organizations of campus reprobates, the Corolla publishes this 33? handbook of information concerning each one, and the entrance require- ments which all applicants must satisfy before they will be considered. KAPPA SIGMA Entrance Requirement: Are you white? Well, are you anywhere near white? This club was formed by Hugh Dowling for political purposes shortly after the memorable campaign of 1927, so you see to what extremes men will go for a few votes. He must have been desperate, but then being defeated by Albert Hontwell wi'l make anyone desperate. At pres- ent the society stands high in political circles, being sec- only only to Tammany Hall and their great rivals, the League of VVomen Voters. Socially, they are not so hot, although Midge Bradley is a wearer of the Star and Crescent. However, their social standing is not so bad when you take into consideration that they have to over- lr -s come the detrimental influence of Keith and little Davie Robertson. And then there is J. Quince Bush, and little Waddell, who bid fair to follow in the footsteps of their famous predecessor, Bouncing Buster Bell, who made ol' Beta what it is today-he ought to be satisfied. PHI DELTA THETA Entrance Requirement: Does Mary Grey Morton like you? " . . . there'II never be anything for me but Phi." You're right the first time, brotherg if you're that type nothing else will have you. The greatest bunch of ath- letes ever gathered in one group--witness McQueen, In- galls, Vincentelli, and lwell, all of themj. Just the same, fConIinucd on Page 3291 NSU Turner Supply Company Ioblvers of Machinery, General Contractors, Equipment Electrical, Railway and Mill Supplies " We Are Headquarters" MOBILE, ALABAMA 3 2 S AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK E? TRUST COMPANY ROYAL AND ST. FRANCIS STREETS MOBILE, ALABAMA COMPLETE COMMERCIAL, SAVINGS, TRUST AND FOREIGN DEPARTMENTS AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK fi TRUST COMPANY S a fet y-S ecurit y--S ervice Capital . . . .s5o0,00o.oo Surplus . . . . . .S250,000.00 0000 fContinut'd from Page 3282 any bunch which can elect Bruo Murray to anything, from dog-catcher up or down, is pretty damn hot. If you ain't a Phi you can't ride with Mary Grey, but then Mary Grey ain't particular, and besides, gentlemen pre- fer blondes and Phis prefer brunettes, but who besides Mary G. prefers the Phis, excluding the dear boys them- selves? All in all, the Phis are the most permanent bunch on the campus, didn't they have to burn Morgan Hall almost down to get them out of school last year? When the Law School catches on fire in 1935, don't get scared, it will just be the graduation exercises of one Privett, jughead by name. PI KAPPA PHI Entrance Requirement: How many votes can you con- trol? just a bunch of country boys putting on the high hat. Due to the working of the law of averages they have been getting a pledge or two lately, but after looking at the pledges it's easy to see why. By the grace of Allah and Bill Jack's resignation from school they finally managed to slip Corolla Bob Moonbeam into office in spite of all the student body could do. It was a great day for the University when Mike wisely put the Law School in front of this bunch, it would have been a greater one if he could have put it on top of them. And by the way, .L don't blame everything on the paper mill, Butler will sleep with his window open. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON Entrance Requirement: Have you a little Packard in your home? The only male organization on the campus that com- petes with the sororities in giving teas. Everybody is afraid to ask them how come, for "Liederman" Flowers will smack their sassy faces, yes he will. If you don't believe that you have to own a Packard before you can be a Deke, try to find some other excuse for pledging men like Davis and Alston. The Dekes seem to be los- ing a lot of friends around here lately, what with bump- ing the K. Ds. on Winston McCall, and the S. A. Ms. on Randall. Realizing this, the dear boys have resolved not to bump anyone in the future, and have only bumped themselves by taking men like Goodlne and Taylor lboth sizesl. PI KAPPA ALPHA Entrance Requirement: Is anyone else rushing you? No? Take this button. With Lewis Arista in Oxford, this bunch may as well hand in their charterg besides, what are they doing with a charter, anyway? It took Smith six for was it eightj fContinucd on Page 3301 NDI IG!! Sidange l's Incorporated 2318 Broad S trcet Tuscaloosa, Alabama 00-9 HE essentials of the wardrobe of the smartly clad Col- lege Miss are: good fabrics, simple lines, meticulous workmanship and an air of distinction. In accordance with these fundamentals we hare prepared Frocks, Lingerie, and Fan Tan Hosiery to meet every need of the school and social term. Daily shipments from our New York headquarters assure you of the smartest models at the same time they are be- ing worn in the American Fashion Centers. Accept This As a Cordial Invitation to Visit Our New Store Phone 2199 ROI IGYOD fflontinued from Page 3291 years to convince himself that no one could bring that motley assemblage out of the fog, and so he is going to Lunnon to drown his sorrow in drink. Add to that the departure of that famous athlete, Pridgen, who by reason of much hard work on the part of Dean Farrah and his modest air in the Law School has finally grad- uated, what will become of the poor Pikayays? How- ever, Pridgen has passed the secret of his success to men like Pullen and Caddell, and in all probability they will make as many teams in the future as Frank did in the past. This is the most exclusive lodge on the campus- they're so exclusive that they are excluded, and had to get up a fraternity row of their own, with the help of the Phi Sigs and the T. U. Os. They have told the rushees about their new house since 1922, and some of them believe it every year. Oh, well, there is one born every minute, and most of them go Pikayay. PHI GAMMA DELTA Entrance Requirements: Can you make your own ted- dies? Knit? Sew? Yes? Brother! This club is not to be confused with Gamma Delta Nu, although the members are often mistaken, due to their great similarity. The large star on the attic was placed if Jr there by the joint efforts of the Horsma Nus and the Kappa Awfuls to guard against the embarrassing possi- bility of being pointed out as the Phi Gamma Delta Chapter of the Knights and Ladies of the Right. PHI KAPPA SIGMA ' Entrance Requirements: If you have sunk this low, don't worry about requirements. VVell, Bob Hill had to graduate some day, and now there is nobody to offset Jess Bonney and Bill Howard. And on top of that Hicks is gone-how, oh, how, will they get pledges? Answer: The same as usual, after everyone else is through. CHI PHI Entrance Repuirement: Are you dumb enough to pledge Chi Phi? This year has been a great one for this eating house, what with the Lambda Chis moving in on the sleeping porch. It is noticeable that out of seven pledges ob- tained this A. D., six were pledged before entering school, so that they couldn't change their minds after seeing Paul Ivy law, he don't look so bad with his car in front of himj and the rest of the Taus. Don't let that house mis- lead you, freshmen, somebody gave it to them to keep them from telling everybody he was a Chi Phi, too. That fConfinunl on Page 336j 6090 WUI C OM PLIM EN TS 0 CHRISTIA A DFAUCETT Since 1881 Dealers in General Merchandise NORTHPORT, ALABAMA I Qld i -MGI! RE WA RD 'F UU-' fi' The prestige this store enjoys as a leader in University circles is only the reflection of expressing correct style, season after season. gms. Blatlc . TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA A nsco Cam eras Toilet and Films Articles Whitmanis Candies WARD DRUG CO. I3 store, to s efve Youy - MOTOR DELIVERY 2 3 Carteris and Waterman's Fountain Pens and Inks bf L N ole Books Supplies 0056 Leaf School PIZITZ MERCAN TILE COMPANY THE STORE FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS c a TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA Q ff l 5562121 f' D X g X 7 , f f? 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BIRMINGHAM JACKSONVILLE MOBILE MONTGOMERY SHREVEPORT SAVANNAH NEW ORLEANS MORRISON'S CAFETERIAS ll -40914 FOR NEARLY HALF A CENTURY BEFORE BASKETBALL WAS BORN BEFORE FOOTBALL CAME SOUTH BEFORE BALL PLAYERS WORE GLOVES BEFORE GOLF GOT OUT OF SCOTLAND UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA MEN Have Known This Store as Tuscaloosa's Leading One for Athletic Equipment of Every .Sort Now, more and more they choose from its stocks-Fraternity and Club- house Furnishings, China, Glass, Silver, in addition to needed things for sport. ALLEN AND JEMISON CO. 91 Sorority Meeting During Rush Volumes have been written about fraternity rush weeks in colleges, but never has the true story of the sorority rush appeared in print. Perhaps the reason has been that no sorority girl has ever before been willing to reveal the secrets of what goes on within the walls of any sorority house during the rush period. At last, however, a University of Alabama girl has de- clared herself willing to tell all. The narrative, written by her, recites the true story of sorority rushing from the beginning to the moment when the prospect either re- ceives the approval of the sisters or is turned down. The account: "Say, how long are you going to stay in there? You know I've got to have a shower too, and thousands of rushees will be here in ten minutes." A co-ed stuck her head out of the shower and, with water dripping off her nose, answered: "I-Iuh?" "I said I'm next on that shower. Hurry up!" "Well, good night! I just this minute got in here. Margie was in here for hours washing her hair. What time to wash hair. just when I-" "Get back in there and wash the soap off!" "Don't be so hard about it. I tell you I just got in here. And I am hurrying. All I've been doing for days is hurry, hurry, hurry." She pulled her head back into the shower and turned on the water just as the doorbell rang. In the guest room three half-dressed girls looked at each other with panic in their eyes. "What? A rushee ten minutes early? Is anybody down stairs to let her in P" HOSTESSES ARE UNPREPARED "I can't go down. I'm not dressed. I l:aven't even got my face on." "Look at me. I can't even find my underwear." She went to the door and shouted loudly: "Heyl Has anybody seen my black georgette undies?" She was answered hy a harsh whisper from the hall: "Shut up! Martha Goodwyn is downstairs and can hear every word you say. Hurry up and come downstairs. Did you order the candles for the tables?" From third floor: "Who is next on the iron ?" And three hearty voices answered, "Mel" A second later a fourth hastened, "I am." The doorbell rang again, announcing a stream of rushees, and five minutes later, when the last active mem- ber of the sorority was dressed, she stood at the head of the stairs and listened. From below came the "line" of the most high-pressure talk the house could produce. "Oh, Margaret, how glad I am to see you. How did you get along with that dumb psychology examination this morning? Yes, yes, they have them every year- now, would you believe it? But don't you worry about what kind of a grade you made on it, because no one ever looks' at the papers. Isn't it lovely and cool out?" "You're warm? You say you've been hurrying around so? Oh, so you've just come from the Kappa Kappa Gamma house? Yes, they do have a lovely new house, but, my dear, you should see the house bills those poor girls have to pay. "Martha, come here. I want you to meet Margaret Gunter. Margaret, Martha is president of the Women's Pan-Hellenic this year. Honey, if this house doesn't about run that organization, I'd like to see who does. Martha will be glad to take you to the first meeting next Friday, won't you, Martha ?" "You mean the girl on the arm of the chair? Isn't she the best looking thing? Simply gorgeous. Everyone says she is the best-looking blonde on the hill. You say you think she looks like Margaret Wilson over at the K. D. house? Well, she may look a bit like Margaret, but Margaret can't hold a candle to Alice when it comes to actually rating. "You don't have to go so soon, do you? You have a date with the Tri Deltas? You can break it, though. They never do keep those stiff old Pan-Hellenic rules. It's pitiful how fat their girls are. Wouldn't it be awful to be fat? Of course, they rate nationally, though, and that helps them along. Well, honey, I hope you have a lovely time over there, but you won't forget us, will you? You know, we're awfully fond of you. I'd like to tell you something, but it's against those silly rules. So I can't. But, anyway, you know what I mean, don't you, dear? I'll call you up tonight. Now, I don't want you to be lonesome or homesick a bit, because we are just go- ing to take the best of care of you. Good-bye, dear, until our lunch date with you tomorrow." Late that night the actives sat in "hash meeting" sprawled on the floor in various stages of undress, while the rush captain presided from a comfortable rocking chair, with a long list of names in one hand and a pencil in the other. "The next name on the list is Smith, Mary Smith." "Nice name." "I can't remember her. Which one was she? Wasn't she the one that sat on the south davvy and had on the red hat?" "I should say not. That girl with the red hat is Alice Morrow, and she is my rushee, and she is absolutely O.K. This girl named Smith is terrible." "What do you mean, terrible? She's from my home town, and her family is the family in the town." "Well, we're not pledging her family, we're pledging her." Dsreuos THE RusHsE's Foucs "Just the same, we've got to pay some attention to her family." . "Oh, sure, sure. Let's get going. I've got a date with a rushee from the Phi Delta Theta house in half an hour. Move along and stop arguing so much." "Well, girls, I hate to put my judgment up against the whole group's, but I won't vote for that girl." "I don't see why not. She's just as good as a lot of us that are already in." fConlinued on Next Pagej rl' IGN "I don't think she is. How would you like to room Sorority Meeting During Rush with her? Or take her out on a blind date with you? Or get her a party date? Think of something before you go around wanting to pledge every rushee that gives up a lot of house." "Now, girls, I know we want to keep our standards up, and everything like that-you know what I mean- but if you'll just remember that we simply must have thirty people in this house to keep it going, and to do that we must pledge a mess of girls." "You said it when you said mess." "Look what the Kappas did." "Yeah, and the Delta Zetas." "Aw, hurry up and quit chewing the rag. I tell you I've got to go.' "I said I won't vote on her, and won't." "Will you vote against her? Why don't you reserve your vote, and if she passes everybody else, let her slide by you." "That's fair enough." 9 A Bri' or TRADING "lf you'II let her through, I'll let that terrible woman through that wore the patent leather slippers with the velvet evening gown last night." fContinuedj I V "Why, she wasn't so bad, we could easily fix up her clothes." "Well, if you ask me, some of the actives right here in this room could stand a few suggestions on their JOM clothes." "Shut up. We've got enough to tight over right now, without bringing in anything personal." "I sure hate to rush off in the midst of the battle like this, but as I said, I have a date. That Juanita rushee is going to be on the party. I'll keep an eye on her and see how she gets over. So long." "I think it's nervy to get up and leave just when we need everybody here. I'd like to leave and go to bed. I'm dead on my feet, nothing but one party after an- other, all day today, and all day yesterday, and all day tomorrow. It's a big gripe. Pass the box on the Pebridge woman, whoever she is." "No fooling. She's good material-she's got a date with-" "What do I care whom she's got a date with? Pass the box. I'm expecting a call from the Delt boys, wanting some actives and a few rushees to handle some of their rushees." "All right, second the motion. Pass the box." And so on for hours and hours. 11000 ELECTRICAL SERVICE REYNA-LDS SEE IS FOR ALABAMA BARNES ELECTRIC co. ,.,,,,, ,,,, W, ,,,, 2306 Broad Street the Time TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA , Reynalds Music House Co. Phone 309 MOBILE, ALABAMA THE TOGGERY "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" Tuscaloosa Flower Shop AIabamais CoIIege Store J- M- ROGERS, Pfvvffffvf MOBILE, ALABAMA ' N FOR ALL OCCASIONS . Day Phone 712 Night Phone 425 "Where Soczety Brand Clothes Are Sold? A TUSCALOOSA ALABAMA IG ill fC071fIl11lI'd from Page 330j bunch of deadbeats couldn't get one any other way. Their house is characterictic of their campus rating, they have to go to the top fioor in order to be on a level with the rest of the lodges, with the exception of the Lambda Chis fwell, who said they was a lodge, anyway?l SIGMA CHI Entrance Requirements: Do the Dekes hate you? Are you ever sober after dark? This literary society was organized by D. K. E. as a place of disposal for their empty bottles when hte Z. B. Ts. objected to them throwing them on their sleeping porch. The joke is on the Dekes, however, for now the Sigs throw more bottles at the Dekes than they could ever hope to throw back, and besides, ol' Iota Iota doesn't mind if people do throw bottles at them. There may be something in them, who can tell? It is rumored that De Soto or one of those early explorers saw an Alabama Sig sober after dark one time, but the rumor was discredited when it was discovered that it was Mike, and he doesn't count, for he didn't come from this chapter. Thanks to Yarborough and his marvelous cheerleading, Alabama de- feated Ole Miss by a large score and thereby added an- other star to Sigma Chi's shining crown. They deserve it. Although the Sigma Nus did bump them one time, they have practically sewed up the Chi Omegas. CWell, what of it?l LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Entrance Requirement: What's your name? Since the University did the right thing by fraternity row by hiding their bungalow behind a building, they have decided to move with the Chi Phis. That bunch was never any good anyway, so it doe:an't matter what happens to them. It's hard to see how this bunch sur- vives, but then it's unbelievable to what lengths some men will go in order to wear a badge. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Entrance Requirements: lOne look at this bunch will convince you that they haven't got any entrance re- quirements.l I This has been an unusually hard year for ol' Mother Mu, what with the keen competition given by Spanish Inn for boarders. Spanish Inn seems to have bumped these poor boys something fierce, or did they bump Span- ish Inn? Well, at any rate ,they had to match' to see who would take Hugh Barr Miller, and the S. A. Es. lost. Don't laughg your lodge may have a little brother who will have to be pledged some day. KAPPA ALPHA Entrance Requirements: Do you wear pants? fThe three-cornered or pantie style will satisfy the require- ment.l 4l+ JM ., With Pearce finally disposed of, dear ol' Alpha Beta finally persuaded Clements and Moore to come down to the house oftener ,and got Hurlanger to promise a reduc- tion on badges to all brothers, and as a result got more than two pledges. CThat K. A. liquor is something fierce.l What with Robert Sessions, the boy orator of the slag piles, just before convincing Janice Delacroix that K. A's. Southern Odor is the best odor of them all, the chapter's social rating seems to he improving, but then, it couldn't get worse. To quiet the feeling of animosity between the North and South after the Civil War, and to keep another one from breaking out, K. A. agreed not to put any chapters in the North, which is one thing the damyankees have to be thankful for. Judging by Alpha Beta, they must have also agreed not to put any in the South also. THETA CHI Entrance Requirements: Are you too tirecl to walk the rest of the way to Bryce? These boys couldn't get a charter from either the Bar- racks or Bryce Hospital, so they compromised by going Theta Chi and building between both. ALPHA TAU OMEGA Entrance Requirements: Take off your coat and wash your hands. fFor the benefit of those who are not A. T. Os., the button is on the coat when it is returned to the victom. There ought to be a lawll Well, little Gwennie Bell likes them, and who cares about "along what lines" she likes them? It is quite obvious why Perry is editor of the Rammer-Jammer he has so much inspiration so close at hand. Bill Black has broken down and confessed that he is the best looking manf?l on the campus, barring none, including Nolan and the Butlers' Union. A. T. O. has more friends among the fraternities than any bunch on the campus, because they never pledge anyone that anybody else wants. Be- sides, Gorgas Hall can't accommodate everybody. SIGMA NU Entrance Requirements: If you can stand us, we can stand you. This organization is not to be confused with the Bap- tist Student Union or the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, especially on the week-ends. The B. S. Us. and the W. C. T. Us. would never recover. This lodge was founded by Snag Andrews in a desperate attempt to get some votes in 1927? the students didn't know him well enough to vote for him, and the Sig Manues knew him too well. 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Billy Partlow represented the University in the inaugural parade. 14,-A total of 22 inches of rainfall in South Alabama. Elba flooded, with twelve feet of water in the court- house. 2o-Marshall Foch, Commander of the Allied Armies, dies. 1,000,000 viewed the body before burial in Notre Dame. 31-Myron T. Herrick, Ambassador to France under four Presidents, died and was buried in Cleveland. APRIL 3-Social war starts in Washington over precedence to be given Mrs. Gann, sister of the Vice-President. 15-British tax on tea removed after having been a bur- den since the reign of Queen Elizabeth. MAY 26-The University's ninety-eighth commencement. Three hundred and fifty sheepskins handed to graduates by Dr. Denny and Governor Graves. 27-Denny Chimes dedicated in honor of Alabama's hon- ored President, "Mike" Denny. 28-House of Representatives passed the Hawley Tariff Bill. Will the President recognize his pet measure when it reaches him? JUNE rr-Mrs. Herbert Hoover had as her guest at tea in the White House, Mrs. Oscar De Priest, wife of Negro Congressman from Illinois. 2:-Graves Hall dedicated in honor of Bibb Graves, Governor of Alabama. . 22-Sam Perry wins Southern Golf Tournament in Nash- ville. JULY Io-New small size currency went into national circu- ilation. This currency is one-third smaller than the old size. I4-Opening and dedication of the great Goodyear Plant in Gadsden. 22-S. S. Bremen, German owned and operated, broke the world's speed record for crossing the Atlantic. Time, 4 days, I7 hours, 42 minutes. 23-Hamilton Lee, of Chicago, first man to complete one million miles in the air. 24-President Hoover, in the presence of Calvin -Coolidge and the representatives of forty-five countries, prtr claimed the Briand-Kellogg Anti-War Pact. AUGUST 4-Dirigible Graf Zeppelin sails from Frederichshafen to Lakehurst, N. J., with cargo of sixty-two passen- gers in fifty-five hours. 24-Arab-jew riots occur over possession of Palestine. 29-Graf Zeppelin ends trip around world, making the tour in twenty-One days. 'ir' st. SEPTEMBER 9-Enrollment and unprecedented registration began at 12 the University. -Members of the Grand Army of the Republic,' for- mer Union soldiers, refuse to meet with surviving Confederates in reunion. rz-Unparalleled registration ends. Approximately 3,500 23 24 'students enrolled, with over 350 applications refused. -John Coolidge and Florence Trumbull were married, Coolidge, a former President's son-Miss Trumbull, the daughter of Connecticutls governor. -Senator Brookhart charged on Senate floor that liquor had been served to a party composed of Senators. Senator Smoot, ardent dry, Mormon elder, later re- membered that he was present. 30-H. R. H., the Empress of japan, gave birth to her -4 -P Nl Us third girl baby, Japan, as yet, has no male heir to the throne. OCTOBER - -Gigantic Pullman plant opened in Bessemer by Mr. Crawford, former University student. -Hon. J. Ramsay McDonald, accompanied by daugh- ter, Ishbel, visited President Hoover in his Virginia Lodge. Outcome: Invitations issued to great nations of world to attend Naval Conference. -President Hoover announced that Secretary Mellon would remain as the head of the Treasury Depart- ment during his entire incumbency. This record has only one parallel in our history. -Alabama, 22, Mississippi, 7, at formal opening and dedication of Denny Stadium, the first unit seating x3,ooo, being built with the proceeds of our receipts from the two games played in the Rose Bowl, Pasa- dena. I2-GCOFgi3 dedicates her new stadium with a smashing defeat of Yale. 2x-Golden Jubilee of the electric light. Mr. Edison, the inventor, re-enacted the original experiment at Henry Ford's museum, received the personal plaudits of President Hoover, Mme. Curie, and Prof. Einstein. 23-Stock market smashed downward, over nineteen mil- lion shares of stock changed hands. 26-A child was born in an airplane while it circles twelve hundred feet above Miami, Florida. NOVEMBER 4-The Senate censures Senator Bingham, Republican of Connecticut. One of the few such occurrences in na- tional history. x6-Juan Rubio, elected President of Mexico to succeed 24- Alvaro Obregon, assassinated. Georges Clemenceau, war-time Premier of France, died at the age of 88. He was buried sans pomp or ceremony in his old home. 28-Admiral Richard E. Byrd flew over the South Pole, dropping an American flag. Admiral Byrd has flown over the Atlantic and both poles. 16-After two years of defeat, Alabama defeats Tech, I4 28 to o, Holm making both touchdowns. -Georgia humbles Alabama in Birmingham. 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Q Q ' "'--A I e'11a 1 -11-- 111'f-41- f -4----1 P 3 "The Great: lRevivall" of the school year, the University by a very eloquent and forceful his tent on Denny Field and be- in which he plead with the way- to the straight and narrow path During the latter part of Alabama was visited evangelist, who pitched gan a series of meetings, ward students to return of righteousness. The last night of the in the history of the University. The student body at- tended en masse. The old-time religion pervaded the at- mosphere and the sinners were in a penitent mood. After a powerful discourse the Parson announced that he was going to give every one a chance to explain their short- comings and to confess their backslidings. Many of the students were moved to come to the front and make start- campaign was a memorable one ling and undreamed of revelations. We have recorded the confessions of many prominent students as a warning to those attempting to follow their footsteps. The first to get there was none other than Ira C. Ike Ballard. From the crown of his head to the soles of his feet Ike was just one big mass of religion as he rolled on the ground and cried out, "Oh, Parson, I know I've been going around, trying to make people think I'm a big man on the campus, but really I'm just a good corn-fed country boy trying to get along." The echoing amens had not died away before there arose Dowling. In all that vast assemblage it was pos- sible to hear a pin drop when our Hugh, with tears cours- ing down his cheeks, said, "I've been trying all my col- fContinued on Page 35lj Wal The Way to a p Tuscaloosals Best Department Store Manis Heart-ls Through His Stomach Our Food is Prepared By the best cooks, in the most sanitary INCORPORATED manner, from the freshest and purest N, stock that money can buy. 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In the rear of the Hall there was a terrible commotion, and Mary Jessie Finnell could be seen urging L. Arista Smith to repent before it was too late--and with tears in his eyes he confessed: "Two or three years ago I ruined my eyes by doing too much night work, and have been compelled to stop using the briefing system in my work at Since then I've been getting by on my Phi key, though I highly recommend Lynn's such urging was necessary for Pritchett, as with a voice trembling with emotion: "Last that terrible issue of the Rammer-Jammer acquired an evil reputation on the campus, law school. Beta Kappa Notes." No he confessed year, when came out, I but as a matter of fact I'm a true disciple of dear old Phi Gam, even if I do say 'fgosh darn" sometimes when I'm playing golf." As fervent exhortations continued, there arose from the rear of the Hall no other than Modest Tony to cry out: "Oh, Parson, I promise never to admit again that I'm the world's greatest fullback, unless compelled to do so by popular demand." As if following his lead, he whom his best friends call Yancey Brame spake forth: "Until this year, I had always believed that one must feather one's nest, but after go- ing into the situation thoroughly I've decided it's better to work for one's money, and do one's best to earn an honest living." if -sk. "Spoken like a Phi!" cried a hardened old sinner, as he leaped up from his seat. Then Frank Pridgen rose up out of the throng to say: "Although the concensus of opin- ion over the campus is that I'm an accomplished collegiate lady-killer, really, my activities are confined to bull ses- sions, and I'm just a big horse and mule man from dear old Dothan." Freddie Sington caught the spirit in time to say: "I admit that being an all-American is a huge responsibility and it's terribly hard to keep a hat that isn't a little tight, but next year maybe there'll be one or two other good men on the team, and I'll promise to be a nice boy and start speaking to my friends again." The football team rises up in a body and says Parson grant it. Then up jumped the pride of Delta Chi, J. B. Rob- erts: "Just because my name has decorated lots of bulle- tin boards, most people think I'm a worthy successor to past all-Americans, but I'm not at all-just a hard-work- ing cheerleader trying not to shine. And Tete I-Iaythe, drawing his courage from the eyes of his lady-love, sobbed out: "Everybody thinks I'm a hardened sinner and a confirmed U-Drive-It fiend, but I've worked out my sentence now and from now on I'm going to try to be just plain Woodville Cawthorne Haythe, a good lad, and ex-vice-president of Washington and Lee's Junior Law Class of 1926." Brushing the VVetumpka hayneed out of his hair as he came up the aisle, Brother DeBardeleban moaned: "The women don't really bother me as much as I make out. I've just been letting Mundine fill me full of bull. But I won't do it any more, Parson." Then up came Baby Grand Nichols, saying: "All these years I made out like it's an awful bore to play the piano, but secretly I enjoy a chance to display some real technique before the common herd." fConlinued an Page 3521 NSI TATUM DRUG J. A. Duckworth Charles Morris DUCKWORTH-MORRIS CUM P14 Y INSURANCE Next Door to 'Bama Theater I 509145 ' I g GENERAL INSURANCE CANDIES INVESTMENT SECURITIES IN-9 Reaf Estate Rentals, Loans T 67615 hone 234 - TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA ll tl fC0llli1IIlt'd from Page 350 l wr- Dave Robertson timidly piped up: "That sweet, childish face of mine is not natural. I've just been fooling people all this time. But Parson, I do wear the badge." And in a firm clear voice Battling Flap Swann says: "I've modestly admitted that I graduated as salutatorian from Marion Institute, but the co-eds keep me from mak- ing any grades at Alabama. It's too bad, but they just won't leave me alone." For a while there was stillness, then like a clap of thunder Heavenly Herb Osborne burst out, "I was a good, pious boy when I was young, but since falling under the evil influence of the Law School I've become a real rake, and I now call on the girls with my overshoes on." Then Fellowship Phil Butler followed him quickly and said: "When I first came here I intended to get an edu- cation, but now I've degenerated into a social climber, although so far I haven't left the "dark horses" perma- nently. I've made several good tries, and while there's life there's hope." "How do you do it, brothers?" says Rocky Seymour from the choir. "As for me," says little Iris Carmack, "I've always tried to convey the impression that I'm timid with the girls. Until now I've kept it a deep secret that I have a couple of fine little prospects hidden in the ranch." . "Here is a sinner ready for confession," called out Tom Garner, as he led bashful little "Yodeling Ed" Saun- ders to the sinners' bench, and Ed called out in n timid voice: "I must confess that I've never been to Switzer- land: I just come by my talent naturally. Although l have quite a reputation as a Spanish athlete, every word I've spoken on this campus has been the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. If you don't believe it, write to Ripley." Then "Hoot" Gibson fthe one with the Packardj: "I admit that I've my Packard to entertain the elite, and have done my rough work with the Chevrolet. I've lost 'fr my aflinity for Gloomy Gus, and become just a big trans- portation man for the Alpha Gams." Whereupon, Raflo, the Beau Brummel of Z. B. T. and Alpha Gamma Delta, spoke thusly: "I'm not a real col- lege student, but just a retired Arrow Collar Model try- ing to sheik my way through the law school. My nick- name, 'The Passion Flower from W. 8: L.,' does me a gross injustice." As usual, students from the Medical School are slow to catch on. This was a new sort of spirit to them, but finally old Brother Cooper arose with tears in his eyes as large as milk bottles and addressed the reviva ist, "Oh, Parson, I didn't kill as many bears as I told them I did. I admit that I tried to lead them to think that I was Daniel Boone the second, but they knew, Parson, that I lied. And, Parson, I wasn't as interested in the research on Acidolphilus as I tried to lead my instructors to be- lieve. So please help me and guide me in the paths of the truth." Next to arise was the timid Garard, who cast his eyes to the Parson and timidly said, "Parson, I realize that I havcn't done for my class what I should have, knowing that I had so many honors I didn't: feel like pushing my- self forward, but allowed another man who could do it much better than I to fill the place which I should have filled. Now, Parson, please forgive me, for I know that my classmates will never." Following this confession, up popped the Opossum-eyed President, who wailed in low and mournful tones, "I didn't care anything about nationalizing, I just did this as a temporary sham. I knew at the time my classmates could not be fooled so easily, but it was not for their in- terest that I was putting forth every effort, as I had a nest of my own to feather. And, P-A-R-S-O-N, forgive me at the expense of a brother I won. Oh, Parson, PLEASE do not unto me as should be done." fConrinued on Page 3531 IQ BI! 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Brother McLendon arose in a very dejected manner and stated that he knew that he was not born to be a re- search man, and that he would never try to assume the attitude of a research man any more. Brother Scarhrough hit the saw-dust trail, shouting, "You can't withdraw, you are too good a man. And, Parson, no one realizes any more than my classmates that I am a very mediocre man, and that I have had a hard road to follow. My first year I pulled the rope, built libraries, gave watches, and put on smokers. This year has meant new microscopes and a forced love of research. Parson, if you can only help me to get over this hill, next year I will buy X-Rays and Fluoroscopes and even pass up Woods Hole for a trip abroad. Oh, make by in- structors to see in me that glimmer of the possibilities of a research man." Old Pres. Hair could be heard groaning frequently and freely, "Parson, grant it." After a very sweet and touching song, "Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes," by Charlie Howard, Muggs Mc- Millian, Red Richardson, and Bill Barber, Hugh Mal- lory was moved to confess: "I realize that I haven't been doing my part in a social way during my sojourn at Ala- bama, but I want to say that it's due to interference from certain of my fellow students. I do my best, and if Iive made a few mistakes, I'm sorry. I promise to do better next year, if the boys will leave me alone." ' "As for me," says A. P. Drummond, "I'm just a big 'i P' .ar dance and cotillion man from Florida. What a pity the students didn't know it last political season. Anybody that can put the Delta Tau Delta Chapter on a paying basis can give bigger and better dances." 'fAmen," cried "Gentleman Jim Boone, "and further- more it's a base libel that my shirts came from Sears and Roebuck. They cost me ninety-eight cents apiece at Brown's Dollar Store." "Oh, these hardened sinners, they make me shudder," moaned Awful Rush. "I, for one, am pure as the driven snow, and although I haven't been to many dances this year it's my conscience that keeps me away. I do so hate to put my friends and fellow students on the black-list. It really must be terrible to be unable to attend social functions." "And I'm just a big ole fun-loving but misunderstood boy from the Phi Kappa Sig House," quoth rosy-checked little Bill Howard. "It's true that I've attended every school in the University, but it's- all due to my burning de- sire for knowledge of every subject, and not to my reluct- ance to study, or just plain lack of capacity as most peo- ple seem to think." "Oh, Parson, hear me," said little J. Oscar Sentell Cjunior, if you pleasej. "I am the wickedest boy on the campus. I've been posing all these years as a pious lad, but I must admit that behind it all I've been very wicked. I've been guilty of horrible dreams, and, oh, so many re- pressed desires. How I shudder when I pass the Ranchf' "I once trod the straight and narrow," wept Andy An- derson, "but I went Sigma Chi and them brutes taught me to drink and-well, other things, when I was a poor rat and too weak to resist, and now look at me. Folks, I'm not the answer to a maiden's prayer, or the reason why girls leave home, as everybody seems to think, I'm just a good clean boy from the sticks who's been reading 'College Humor' too much. And now look what it's done to mei' fContinued on Page 3542 M90 PHONE 3-6291 ALMOST 35 YEARS Of THE y PERSONAL SERVICE AND APPRECIATION Florists to UNIVERSITY 1 3 5 STUDENTS 2 D. L. SMITH Proprietor THE MOLTON HOTEL 505 No. 20th Street Special Attention Given Mail Orders- After You Have Finished LUSTIG' BOOK TORE BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Wil fContinued from Page 3531 And then the pastor could contain himself no longer. 'ik aging it with left hogkg and punches, "Everything I've "I have failed! 1 have failed! Where is Bounding Billy done for boxing and the campus is due solely to my l0ve Partlow, and why does he not confess?" of the manly art." "Here I am, Parson. I was just asking Speedy Bradley And then came the play-boy of 'the gym, that curly- if he'd been tapped yet. It's a gross exaggeration to say locked, laughing lad whom his public knows best as jess that I have a mortgage on the whole Universityg I only Eberdt. What could he have to confess? Many a co-ed's own half of it, but give me time, parson, give me time. heart froze within her as she heard the tragic words that I do not use my fatal attraction for women to my own her secret sorrow Csorrow is rightl spoke to the assem- advantage, but am merely a press agent for the W. C. bled multitude. "I'm not really so terribly handsome. T. U., Dorothy Dix, Annie Laurie, and Lydia E. Pink- The thing that makes people think so is that I've been ham. Oh, Parson, help me stay in the straight and nar- going to see so many of Buddy Roger's films, and it's that row path!" To this the student body said, "Amenl" sweet way of his that I've picked up. I actually am At this time Frank Broadway says, "I must confess that the gym boys' pride, though," my signal success in publishing the Crimson-lVhite this But the crowd gasped when out of their midst MOSS year, although due largely to my own talents and energy, John Barrymore. No, no-worse luck for John-it was was chiefly achieved through the invaluable aid afforded even a greater personage than john, it was Bill Black. me by my brothers in dear old Sigma Chi." KNO, Oswald, he isn't the man who used to sell the hot BUT HOW the mfcflflg was at fever heat- Reli2l0l'l Posi- tamales, he's that funny man that hangs around Carol tively flowed down the aisle, the parson exhorting as he Beatty all the time.l And there wasn't a dry eye among had never exhorted in al his previous exhortations put the K, Ds, when Bill unburdened his soul of the sins together, and he got results, too. Who is that doddering which weighed so heavily on it. "I've always had secret old sinner who has come to the judgment seat to confess aspjratjgng to be a real tough he-man, but my eyes won't sins? None other than Matt Davidson. "Folks," he said, let me. They have a most disconcerting tendency to get "I'm really sorry that I've been unable to give the girls Black." very much of a break this year, but the truth is that Inspired by his example there arose out of the West these rough roads are getting to be too much for the fsometimes called the Alpha Gam Housel a Lochinvar in old Bluebird of Happiness to negotiate. lt's awful, girls, the person of joe College Nolan. Said Joe, "I admit that but it's true." I've neglected several girls this year, but the demand Up jumped the devil-no, it was Herbert Winn. made on my time has been very greatg it's hard to get "Folks," and our Herb was near to breaking down, "mod- around everywhere, and besides a fellow just must settle esty is becoming, and that's why I've been so reluctant to down sometime. Eventually, why not now ?" publicly display my talents as a singer and an actor. "Amen," says a certain prominent Woman's Pan-Hel- Deep down in my heart, though, I've been convinced lenic member. all along that I'm a combination of Gene Austin and Then Bro. Oshman arose and bared his soul. "Parson, John Gilbert, only a little better than either." I'm not in college for an education, but it is a wonderful Great was the chorus of Amens and Hallelujahs when place to get in some tennis practice. Some day I'm going Mike Szecsi, delivered his confession, all the time punclu- up to turn pro, and then watch out, Bill Tilden." lContim4ed on Page 3551 me uw HARRIS-HAM ER COMPA Tuseal oosa 'S Foremost READY-TO-WEAR SHOP ' 2 5 For College Men and Women of Refined Taste WHERE THE MODE OF TOMORROW IS FIRST REVEALED V i l ll KUHL , MNA -. IConIinuz'd from Page 3542 And likewise Piccolo Rankin: "I haven't gone stale, and I'm not lazy. I'm just resting on my laurels this year, so some of the other boys will have a chance. My only worry is as to what will happen to Sigma Nu after I am gone." Then, bowed by the weight of the sinful burden which has pressed him down these many years, there arose "I-Iell's Bells" Britchey, and unburdened himse'f to the awed mob: "The only thing I've ever done for the school that is really worth while is that I made it possible to erect the Denny Chimes. 1'm not modest, as most people think, it's an inferiority complex that makes me the way I am." There Came a sound as of a tornado tearing through the vast tabernacle, but no one was frightened, because all knew that it was only Windy Windham preparing for his confession, and they only drew their cloaks closer about them and prepared to weather the gas attack which they knew would follow. "Public opinion has it that, to use a vulgar expression, I'm 'full of bull.' I have so many brilliant ideas, though, that it takes a lot of talk to express them." And who would' have thought that "R, O. T. C. Snag" would ever be burdened with sins? But there he was confessing away for all he was worth. "A year ago I was a bold, bad man about the campus. I came in like a lion, but I'm going out like a lamb. Oh, Baby, look what y0u've done to me!" "Oh, Parson, give him strength," said a voice from the Chi Omega corner. And "Sizzle" Strawbridge, there he was, too: "I may be the political boss of Vernon, Alabama, but I've real- ized for a long time that this University situation is just a little too much for me." And then, stately and tall land full of bullj arose "Dean" Roy Kimbrough to deliver himself of a most startling confession: "Pm not going to hold out on you T any longer, boys and girls. My purpose in coming to the University was not to learn anything, but to teach the pro- fessors a thing or two about their jobs. I expect it won't be long before I 'roll' Dean Farrah for his job." Then came Tau Omega Chi's big politician, "Laughing Leon" Dunning. Said Leon, "My success has not been due to my efforts on the campus, political and social. Big men on the campus are born, not made." "Just because I'm from the country, you think I haven't got anything to confess," called out Hugh Cardon. "What this state needs is more men like Admiral Tom Heflin. I've been only going to school as a side-line. Actually I'm grooming myself to take the famous Tom's place in the senate." The story of Cotton Thomas was heart-rending. "I'm working my way through school, fellow students, as an advertising man for the Cadillac Motor Company. I don't really like to 'shine,' either, but that's one way to be well known, so why not?" "As for me," called out Charlie Howard, "here is the saddest story ever told of a young man's downfall. I haven't finished school yet, but just give me time, folks. Rome wasn't built in a day. Besides, I have to hang around and collect a little information for my book, "The Success of the Eighteenth Amendment." "As far as confessing is concerned, I am the daddy of them all," and Reuben Herren launched into a startling exposure. "People have been wondering what has made me so fast this year. Well, it's this. I've become air- minded. Of course, I've had to start with a pressing shop, but secretly I've a desire to be a real high Hyer some day. You see, women just love aviators, and maybe I can do some good then." The meeting dispersed in wild confusion when it was announced that the collection would be taken up by Billy Partlow, Hugh Dowling, the Supply Store, and the Cor- olla. 'IGN HB5 BETTER FOODS LOWER PRICES 711-LSCCl700SCl,S Leading Grocers EVERYTHING FOR THE FAMILY IN 'GROCERIES AND MEATS TRADE WITH US AND BANK THE DIFFERENCE 3 I PHONE CLARENCE SAUNDERS STORES Store No. I--Phones 1737, 1736 ....... . .523 Twenty-third Avenue Store No. 2-Phone 1440 ...... ....... Q 314 Sixth Street Store No. 3-Phone 2011 .. . .... .... A lberta City Tuscaloosa, Alabama K-M MOI FOR 25 YEARS THE C. W. LEWIS FURNITURE CO. I K W ' -A 1 if ,.qif,',' Has been favored with the business of equipping and fur- Qifll fi L n nishing the buildings of the University of Alabama-also Zri.4Ns5'?.,. the Sorority and Fraternity houses-a distinction that any W QQ? x 'f ,. Vfrjf firm should well be proud of. Idugxfgfgf-.gf?:5. 3 Quality merchandise, correctly priced, and de- Nf.. . - 1, " "' pendable service, has been the condition upon 1 which we have been awarded this business. li Q9 x T' 1141 I ' , " 4' 34?-I, nd' , 'ph r li -,X-f 1-.f -A il X-f A 1 c. W. LEWIS W' FURNITURE COMPANY 5 34 " if TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA A WDM WM - PREPARED TO MEET THE NEEDS OF OUR MODERN BUILDERS In keeping with the modern trend of progress this firm is grow- ing . . . growing in pace with all the developments . . . thoroughly equipped and anxious to serve the engineers, contractors, and builders who are carrying through the projects that mean so much to the future prosperity of this territory. We invite you to take advantage of our long experience in the lines we represent, and our complete facilities are at your disposal. GNN? McGowin-Lyons Hardware ana' Supply Co. 50-N l MVN C OM PLIM EN TS The Central Foundry Company X The Central Iron and Coal 5 Company HOLT, ALABAMA "Tuscaloosa's Industrial Pioneersv 'IV-90 EVM American Traders National Bank BIRMINGI-IAM, ALABAMA Resources Over 330,000,000 Capital, Surplus, and Profrcs, 35,000,000 W. W. CRAWFORD, Chairman J. C. PERSONS, President 1090 0660 ANNUAL DIVIDENDS The Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS Incorporated 1851 TRAM SESSIONS V ' BROWN MARX BUILDING BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA THE FLOWERS YOU Prescriptions, Drugs. Drinlcs 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, most fragrant and rarest and Sundries HANSON DRUG CO blossoms to be had. You can leave your order in Phone 388 person or phone if more convenient. In either case you can rest assured the flowers will be de- livered at the address given us. NJ I E M . IKLSTOIN' BUILDING . Phone 84 Rosemont Gardens M F LORI .ST Telegraph Delivery 116 DEXTER AVENUE MONTGOMERY, ALA. HANSON DRUG CO. ALBERTA CITY Phone 2280 4650 What's a Rendezvous? It's a place where lots of young men come to get the kind of clothes they want at money-saving prices. For instance, the KLOTHES SHOPPE Upstairs 2072 N. 19th St. FRED THELEN, Manager Birmingham, Ala. me pfpfox Dumb: "Why do you go over to the Ranch so much?" qt, O, Dumber: "Oh, it's just a mailer of form." my O i , 6 an ' ,1 -f ,gif ,. 11- las? Q V . - .. .' -.,.- ---. , ,-,,-., fs, M ' l l WN WW Q.. -.,! King' , nm lf- f A ,kgzvf X 5 if f r 'N 1 'M Y- Gif I" X t r x A,-:ei l 'we f Q il' ' ,V :FQ P S557 fl if ' Y' W 1 ... ljxlflf X , wil, N -,I I' ix N -K , 1 X -wfftfffqff re yo CAR F UL where you .send your olothes? IS your laundry work being done under condi- tions which may not contribute to the ood health of yourself and your family? All o? our laundering methods are designed to safeguard the health of our customers. Protect your loved ones bv lettine us be your laundress. Tuscaloosa Steam Laundry Quality Dry Cleaners, Dyers Telephones 155, 156 Od um Bowers and Wliite OUR ANNUAL READS Kuppenlveimer Styleplus and Braeburn C lotbes Dobbs Hats Manhattan Skirts lltssar Underwear Wbeary Luggage Spalding Golf Equipment BIRMINGHAM 4 COLE SUPPLY CO., Inc. Plumbing and Heating Supplies Sun-Proof Paints, Pipe Valves and Fittings Phone 1178 410-12 Twenty-second Avenue TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA ROBERTSON'S QUICK LUNCH 15 M COMMERCE The Best That Can Be Had Served As Well As Can Be Served Open Day and Night MONTGOMERY, ALA. In the Morning Tlve Mobile Register In the Evening Tlve Mobile News- Item 059 Combined Circulation Daily Over 40,000 Sunday Gver 65,000 To Be Spic and Span and Well Groomed You Should Let the Laundry Do It Try Our Special Bachelor's Bundle by the Pound DARN YOUR SOCKS SEW ON YOUR BUTTONS MEND YOUR CLOTHES CALL FOR AND DELIVER And we also appreciate the opportunity of render- g t y Se in o ou This rvice CRYSTAL LAUNDRY Incorporated 423-25-27 University Avenue Phones 2202-2203 W in 2 3 'si ELIZABETH ARDEN AIIIIOIIIICKJ Um! ber' Exflllidlnfb' VENETIAN I TOILET PREPARATIONS for preserving and enhancingthebeauty of the skin, may al- j ways be had at Central Drug Co. Phone 72 ' Tuscaloosa, Alabama COLD ICE for WARM FRIENDS MADE FROM PURE SPRING WATER PURE PROCESS ICE MAKERS Incorporated TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA VWATCH FOR THE GREEN TRUCK Burclvfeld Hotel THE TRAVELER'S HOME Rates 31.50 and Up Cafe in Connection ew J. L. HARRIS, Manager Phone 1800 FRANK J. EIDT, Assistant Manager J. A. PQLSON Meats and Groceries We are members of the Independent Grocers' Alliance, a chain of more than 30,000 grocers. No organiza- tion has a greater buying power. "Sixty Second Servioev See our Prices ow 2313-2315 SIXTH STREET Phones 229 or 456 2006 Fourth Avenue, North TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Ask Your Instructor or Your Classmate or Your Frat Brothers or Any- ZX Pg body on the Campus- "Where can you get the best barber service?"-and they will direct you to- THE JONES-WRIGHT BARBERS 38 Years of Satisfactory Service to 'Bama Fa I cu ty and Students LELAND-MCGEE HARDWARE CO. Incorporated Shelf Hardware and Sporting Goods, Roofing, Cement Li Pl , me, aster, Sash, Doors, Paints, Oils, Edison Mazda I ' Electric Globes A Phone 435 617 Greensboro Avenue The Medical Student Prepares for Initiation TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA Baggage or Storage Pl1one37 ROBERTSON TRANSFER COMPANY 25 15 BROAD STREET L1"1Lf:f 5 4v'1""' AJ' . ' .. '.,, ' . -' .url J -A '- n I wee- --4 Q5 'Nj' A 1-f SNOW BATTLE A. T. O. vs. Gorgas Hall MAY AND GREEN 13 Commerce Street MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA Distributors Goldsmith Sporting Goocls AND Oisliea Sweaters THE PLACE TO EAT Greenwood Cafe BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Ghz Qaragnn Quinn Printing, Publishing COMPLIMENT5 OF Bookbinding SMITH'S BAKERY SCHOOL ANNUALS MOBILE, ALABAMA 14 Adams Avenue Montgomery, Ala. Stein-Bloclc Clothes, Knox Hats, Enro Shirts 1 PIN CUS CLOTHING COMPANY MOBILE, ALABAMA Captain Kidd' Dry Cleaners Correctly Cleanecl-Perfectly Pressecl 1316 UNIVERSITY AVENUE Phone 669 DoN"r LET LIFE Tl-mow You Fon A Loss I The game of life offers many an interfer- ence-times of financial stress, disability, old age. The young graduate should plan now to meet them all with life insurance. It Is the Only Sure Way HOYT WINSLETT Tuscaloosa, Alabama LIPB INSURANCE Co. BIRMI NGIIAM. ALABAMA. 'IGM CREED OF THE JEMISON CUMPANIES Let us develop the resources of our'land, call forth its powers, build up its institutions, promote all its great interests, and see whether we, also, in our day and generation, may not also perform something worthy to be remembered. THE JEMISQN COMPANIES Real Estate-Mortgage Loans-Investment Bankers BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Capital and Surplus. S1,500,000.00 ROBERT JEMISON, JR., President 12187 MVN- YOUR COLLEGE CAREER depends upon your physical ability to withstand the ac- tivities of a college life. 1 f One of the standard courses at Alabama is the con- sumption of plenty of Pride Ice Cream and Grade "A" Pasteurized Milk. f 1 To make no cuts in this class you will be physically fit to withstand all other college activi- ties. 1 1 When you enter 'Bama, look us up, as we are Dean of the Milk and Ice Cream Course at the University of Alabama. Enter right, and we will dispense your i health's safest insurance. I Pride Ice Cream., Butter Milk, Butter Grade HAM Pasteurized Milk PERRY CREAMERY CQMPANY, lm. Phones 1350-1351 QQ e e ot A '70u1' Qf Cyhem ' Satisfaction ILQJS-mpllg-H-Qugse and the Shamrock l 'Billiards ' 'Bowlinq ' a ' SHAMROCK MOORE BILL STAPP VIRD PALMER L TUSCALOOSA, ALA. -- N -, --L-.-I H 3 L "':f.." .,5:r,..J.--f ff" .L .. , , ' ' Q -. ,L...,, Y, KN Au . V X -w e . L Q nswiaggwisiezar .M NN ,. V MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA All States Life Sets New Record in U. S. Writes Fifteen Millions During First Nine Months' Operations- Very Low Acquisition Cost The All States Life of Montgomery, Ala., wrote 315,000,000 new business during 1929, thereby establishing a new record in the United States. Although this business will appear in the company's oflicial annual statement as twelve months' business, it was really produced in nine months, as the company did not issue its first policy until after April 1, 1929. Of the written business, 512,000,- 000 has already been paid for, and a large part of the remaining 53,000,000 was undoubtedly' reported to the home oflice as paid-for business during the last week of the year. The company is rapidly expanding, and will enter several other States early in 1930, and during the year expects to double or more than double its initial year's writings. lReprint from "SPECTATOR" of New York, issue of January 2, 19301 Results During 1929 in Four of "ALL STATES.. , TE,Sal.l reg kt UR NGEQCOMPANY K ll X M. ' Q' Mzss A . a,uusowQl,Q2'x' szonsm W zlaoavs 56, SAYS Sl940,00099 I 4soAvs X-. 4 Any competent young man who would like to help us in a continued U. S. record break ing advance in this or any other state might be pleasantly surprised by the nature of the reply he would receive if he would write to me. BEN W. LACY, President 1 4, '- f -' " - -AQ , L 75. - f ' " 'f ' '44- ,QT --- j ' If ' g' X i' Q : .- - if . i,A . V' ' ' 3' 'Q ' f 4 . ' 'A 5 It I x I. V .2 f . L , S .. f K 1, . I , if K . . 3 ,. Q, , . vw. f 1 0 5 f , - L . X I , V ' , I A BLUE. ll EANTEIZN n : . 'TEA OMSH4 No. 1 No. 2 SPANISH INN REX'S CORNER Parties. Banquets. Special Dinners Afternoon Teas, Regular Meals Sunday Dinners and Sunday Night Spec1alt1es ' x N 1 TELEPHONE 1362 No. 2. TELE 2192 3 wx f tl A 3, ' X Wghx' 1 ' "'-:..k 1 I lfffxr-f' X v x V xx OWN MILLER 6? MARTIN, Architects I. fl. LEWIS, Engineer BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Designers of Denny Chimes, Alabama Union, Doster Hall, Amelia Gorgas Memorial Library, Commerce Building. Farrah Hall, Nott Hall, Postoffxce and Supply Store. Senior Hall. ALSO GROUP OF NINE FRATERNITY AND SORORITY CHAPTER HOUSES AND SIX PRO FESSORS' RESIDENCES Wilkens-Anderson D' T' UNDERWOUD Company GENERAL CONSTRUCTION Scientific and Industrial Builders of Labolggiy SPPFIES Kappa Kappa Gamma and an emma S 3 E Barnweu Hall ow ow "My best friends are those for whom I have built." 4223-4243 WEST LAKE STREET NJ CHICAGO BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA TI-IE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BI RMI N GH AM , ALABAMA Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits in Excess of 36,000,000 'I Trust Debartment Bond Defartment Safety Boxes for Rent wmv BEHIND THE PRUIJUCT THAT BEARS THIS IMPRINT I kxulggu l Is time GUARANTEE of time Southss Largest Independent Steel Plant GULF STATES STEEL COMPANY BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA I Pl t Sh Wire Rods Barbed Wire fgalvanizedl Annealed Wire Giles d N B F9 Manufacturers' Wire Galvanized Wire Ce C d U I Wire and ds St i h d W W S I SI b h W d Cut l B I -ww n FRANK M. Moomr .....v.... f..... .... President C. O. HAYSLETT ............ Assistant Cashier A. C. CADE ...,,.....t.,,......., .--.Vice-President E. I-I. PI-IIFER t... .......... s Assistant Cashier C. N. MAXWELL, JR. ..,, ..,.e, .. ....,s, Cashier Joi-iN P. BAKER .,.....,,.... .Assistant Cashier THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA 059 A Designated Depository of the United States and the State of Alabama, Desires to Be Remembered By the Ymng Men and Vlfnmen of the University iIQa9f ilcwals Serving the University of Alabama with Frequent, Luxurious Coaches Between Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, Meridian, New Orleans, and Intermediate Points OLD SOUTH COACHES ?f'?ai'i?T5!1' X - Q9s5gig,..f4 Hg.. 3, . ...L 3 S AIGYDIV -s AN., ..... We.-. . . , . i.,,s,..,. . , A . , . , Angels ? ? ? len slr 06' fall Tlve Value 0 a Smile- IT COSTS NOTHING, but creates much. A It enriches those who receive, without impoverishing those who give. It happens in a flash, and the memory of it sometimes lasts forever. None are so rich they can get along without it, and none so poor but are richer for its benefits. It creates happiness in the home, fosters good will in business, and is the countersign of friends. It is rest to the weary, daylight to the discouraged, sunshine to the sad, and Natures' best antidote for trouble. Yet it cannot be bought, begged, borrowed or stolen, for it is something that is no earthly good to anybody till- it is given away. And if it ever happens that some of our salespeople should be too tired to give you a smile, may we ask you to leave one of yours? For nobody needs a smile so much as those who have none left to give. MO TGOMERY FAIR MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA' IOM SUMTER FARM AND STOCK CO. DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES At a Savfng to You M Wkofesafe h Retail 2209-11 FOURTH ST. ALL OVER TOWN LOOK FOR THE YELLOW FRONT5 Skinner Maxwell Building Company INCORPORATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS Phone 219 TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA Builders of THE CHEMISTRY BUILDING. DOSTER HALL GRAVES HALL, DENNY CHIMES MERCHANTS BANK BUILDING WM WG Stephenson Brick built most of the new buildings on the campus. We manufacture the Cordova Buffs and Flashes. Orientals, Harvards I and Venetians I I CN-9 STEPHENSON BRICK COMPANY 2027 FOURTH AVENUE, NORTH BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA WM SVN PAY EOR YOUR COLLEGE EDUCATION Pay For Your College Education Without Work- ' ing During School Session Through Our "Scholarship Plan" 1 I I For Bookfet and lnformatfon Address Educational Department Bankers Credit Life Insurance Company SIXTH FLOOR LINCOLN LIFE BUILDING BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA fill. I1 CITY NAT1oN,4L BANK OLDEST BANK IN ALABAMA Sfecial Service to University Students anal Organizations OFFICERS R. I-I. COC!-IRANE .................... President GoRnoN D. PALMER ...... Vice-President JOHN M. DONOHO ............ Asst. Cashier JANIES F. ALSTON .......... Vice-President I-I. E. I-IAMNER. ............... Asst. Cashier FRANK S. DANIEL ..............,....... Cashier R. H. ALBRIGHT ............., Asst. Cashier llll Will What Are You Going to Do When You Leave College? No business offers greater opportunities to college trained men and women than Life Insurance. We have attractive agency openings. We train and assist: beginners. Cur President and General Counsel are Alabama graduates. Liberty National Life Insurance Company ' 517 N. TWENTY-SECOND STREET BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA ROBERT P. DAv1soN FRANK P. SAMFORD JOHN B. Cox President Secretary Agency Director . FRANK E. SPAIN, General Counsel Wil , :ins-an-un THE PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK FOR THIS ANNUAL Was Done By I S JONES, STUDIO 2314 BROAD STREET TUSCALOOSA, ALA. NN Oalc City Furniture Co. TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA Manufacturers of BED ROOM AND LIVING ROOM FURNITURE Desks and Tables for the Following Build- ings: Commerce, Graves Hall, and Chemistry Hardware and Sporting Goods Headquarters in Tuscaloosa .Students AIways Wefcome 1 TUSCALOOSA BIRMINGHAM MRS. LEWIS' Famous Pies ancl Calces "Quality Made Them Famous" MRS. R. LEWIS "BO" LEWIS Presxdent General Manager 059 Park 692 Robertson Hardware Co. 2320 SIXTH STREET TUSCALOOSA IGQI Compliments of I I Q BIRMINGHAM HOTEL ASSOCIATION 1 ARDEN HOTEL EMPIRE HOTEL FLORENCE HOTEL HILLMAN HOTEL MORRIS HOTEL BANKHEAD HOTEL I MOLTON HOTEL REDMONT HOTEL THOMAS JEFFERSON HOTEL TUTWILER HOTEL 1 " is BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA NMI QUALITY FOODS AND HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES AT ANY OF THE STORES OF ALABAMAS LARGEST FOOD DISTRIBUTORS HILL GROCERY COMPANY It pays to Trade Where Quality Counts 'IQ Qlr FRONT THE WONDER STATE "ARK-KANSAW Fry, Clement, Hicks, Eberdl, Bradley, Whihvorlh, Lipe, Tucker, Baker WM C OM PLIM EN TS OF THE INGALLS IRON WORKS COMPANY BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA CN-9 Structural Steel, Steel Joists, Ornamental Iron RENT A NEW CAR Drrve It Yourself SAUNDERS SYSTEM T I I TUSCALOOSA COMPANY una OOM Ce f5.'lLtB5'i2" Sm' 507 15L'L.!l'v1'S3s and Cold S torage Company S panislv Inn Barber S lvop QUALITY PLUS SERVICE We Appreciate University Students' Business Phone C. P. MCWRIGHTJ. SSZZZEIQ L. BRAUGHTON CHAS. COLLINS, Proprietor This Book is Cased in an S. K. Smith Cover A cover that is guaranteed to he satisfactory and is created and SMITHCRAFTED hy an organization of craftsmen specializing in the creation and production of good covers. Whatever your cover requirements may he, this organization can satisfy them. I 3 -Send for Information and Prices to S. K. SMITH COMPANY 213 INSTITUTE PLACE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 1lEo3Ir IBEW "Frat House in Snow" 5 Q - Where Alabama Men and Wom- A 4 Q' P en--Hin the known-Buy Their Jewelry and Stationery 1314 UNIVERSITY AVENUE Phone 118 Phone 118 'E-sci.. mg ,D , X ....,. ,, "Just Off the Campusv . , , ,, , . "Snow Manteled Sorority" mm QQ Q? 0 v-s ,W 0 CD I 1 0 Ag Vg Man: ma-va: :css Gvuolv ....:-'E'-I""": 2, If ' E 1 ' 4 "1 Does What Gasoline L 5' Can't Do gg ?' KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRES AND W . TUBES 6 woco PEP COMPANY gg f P OF TUSCALOOSA 5 -, Z., A Q "Two Lawyers on a Hard Case" M ORGEN THA U'S REX PRESSING SHOP Phone 822 Exclusive Home of Good Work Cleaners, Dyers 3 Suits Pressed, 81.00 Wool Suits Cleaned and Pressed, 81.00 Hatters Wash Suits, cash, 75c Phone 690 IALTERATION SEPARATE FROM TICKET SYSTEM! 2112 BROAD STREET HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN F IRPO'S PLACE CITY FURNITURE COMPANY Broad Street, Opposite Postoiiice COMPLETE HOMIE Hfust Over the River Bridge" FURNISHERS "I-IICKEY-FREEMAN" COMPLIMENTS HMICHAELS STERN CLOTHES" OF METZGER BROTHERS ALABAMA FEED AND 1os DAUP1-IIN STREET uUp'to-Mizgsezmfgfggg :Ein Furnishing Wholesale Grocers MOBILE, ALA. TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA 'Vu X., Nw, brighjc pages -1 1 -41 xx 4 ' A:"' ' ' ,,-A h D f elllzhaiz refleci: 'chose happy, K XE f ,, carefree days has been our Z goal .e .e .A 1 D K' QCOLLECE ANNUAIQ DIVIAON xx 4 + 4 c- -v Q Q ef Q e -grn if dr 4' Q- -xx 0 fy -y Q cf ,,.1,Q 1 ye e ,ee,vi! qi VIN. THE HEART A OF TI-IE: SOUTH 9 t 'f '- 'J ff-1-15-i:!fv:?QHt:f'l' 'LQEW -uk!!-xG.' 11 2 'xii Kilim' 2mrtahr1Ws.3A.sii6-i'1l540da'm'..E., -N - ., , A A A , A D , , EA BOOK PRINTED BAYABENSONA , .f,f. K1 a A. -Af, :Q g , . , , I .' ,1 , 4 .1 F A n fl 2 we Q S 5 ' ' g - ' EI f I !Q J ' 4 ' 1 I .V I I i A ' v I ' r K., l- I . ci ' A I r 1 fN , I ri 1 Y Q,- A 5: L . F' i A I E 5 ' LARGEST COLLEGE ANNUAL 1.1 f PUBLISHERS IN f HIGHEST A gf 1 supsmonfExTBNs1'yEAig5,g 1gjQQB A A A 2 4 NENSOIFLA Q3 s , ' , f A ' '1 " ' , PRlNTl NcNiAQqf ' NASH VI LLEET I ' A KTENNQ' A 4,AQ A Lj- QQQACOLLEGB ANNUAL I-IEAD.Ql1AR'TAERS. will , , V sz. . W .....M... ...Y -..-....,. ........ . .... .,-. ,,v., A...-..........,-,.,,-1,.,,.,,-,m,, M.. -..., . nm , . . . , . ., '.. 1 my, .,,,,Q, 7.0-rfa Wqs,g..f,y,,,..lM,,,...i,.,..:,,,,,2.4,,. ..,,,,..r,,g.,4,1qq,.:,,.,:w,,,5k,'.-5?.,-5,,1.,5:,,.,5'.,,M,., . I . N, , , , . . :Aff 4. FRATERNITY, COLLEGE AND CLASS JEWELRY Z E COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS 3 AND INVITATIONS ' fewefer to THE SENIUR CLASS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Manufacturrng JEWELERS AND STATIONERS R ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS 1 1 My 2 1 ASK ANYCOLLECGE GREEK INN 0 4 HE oflice is deserted, the typewriter is silent, the files are covered with cobwebs, and a huge mass of records and papers are dust-covered as we linger on to pen off these last few lilies that spell the end of a year's pleasant work. Our work was made increasingly diflicult by our determination to blaze the new trail of a larger book. In many ways it was like starting all over again. We had to discard old systems, work out new methods and devise ways and means of meeting increased costs. We will feel well paid, however, if our efforts have contributed toward making a larger and more representative "Corolla," There are many mistakes in this book. Names have been misspelled and left out, pictures have been omitted, and numerous other errors of like nature appear, some caused by the negligence of the individual, some by incorrect lists of organizations and some by our own carelessness. We realize that this is regrettable both for us and those about whom mistakes are made. For us it detracts from the book and for them it mars their personal interest. To those thus affected we humbly apol- ogize and hope you will believe that if the mistake was ours it was of the hand rather than of the heart. The publishing of the "Corolla" is a task requiring the harmonious co-operation of many agen- cies, and as hard as we have worked, we confess we would have been helpless without the inval- uable service rendered from many sources. We have been particularly fortunate in gaining the greatest possible co-operation from the staff, and we cannot be too loud in their praise. Each and every member has shown the utmost willing- ness to perform every task assigned. "Bobby" Erwin has been our constant helper in every way, and we are deeply indebted to him. Hugh Cardon and Monk DeBardelaben have contributed much to the book, as have "Dupe" Berry, Gus Connerth and "Tip" Tipton with their drawings. "Red" Atkins and Dot Atkins have done much stenographic work, Boyd Keathly, Tommy Cook, and Ed- mond Wyatt have served very creditably, as have Britt Standifer, "Sis" Harwell, "Wootsie" Willis, Herbert Winn, Jack Spencer, Phil Butler, james Lynch, Ed Saunders, White Gibson, William Davis, Speed Bradly, and others. We are grateful to each and every member of the staff for their essential contributions to the book. We have enjoyed the heartiest co-operation from the administration and faculty. Miss Harris has been most generous and helpful in many instancesg Dean Lancaster has been our constant ad- visor, and Ralph Adams, Shaler Houser, and others have shown a most friendly and effective interest. We are tempted into superlatives to adequately express our gratitude to the printers, Benson Printing Company, of Nashville, and more particularly to W. A. Benson. He and his company have taken a. personal interest in the planning and execution of every page in this book. Their unselfish interest and highly efficient methods have been absolutely invaluable to us and we do not believe its equal could be found anywhere. The same is true of the Alabama Engraving Company. Their highly efficient and helpful service has made our relations with them most pleasant. We are very grateful to those firms who have given us advertisements. Theirs has been a very material contribution and we heartily commend them and their products to you. And, finally, we are grateful to you who gave us the opportunity to serve you in such 'pleasant work. Boa MUNDINE, "Foo'rs" CLEMENT. WG E I ' En: I lllnldlex Page Page Page A B I Alma Mater . ....... 16 Executive Secretary . . I2 PHPISITCSI - - - - - 272 Alabama History . 66-90-114-134 Excelsior ..... . . 211 Phll0maflC - - - - 276 HAH Club I I I I I ,.,, 146 Erosophic .... . . 278 Pre-Law Club . . . . . 279 Alpha Tau Omega . . . 221 Education Club . . . . . 281 Pre-Med Club - - I- - - - 230 Alpha Phi Delta I I I 239 F Parham, Martha, MISS. . . . . 308 Alpha Kappa Psi I I I 255 FIIIIIIWOIIIII Pl . ....... . . 312 Alpha Phi Epsilon . . 259 Freshmen ' ' ' ' ' ' 8 4 Q Alpha Delta Sigma . 261 ' ' ' U -133 ' Football . . 147-162 Quadrangle . . . . . . 247 Arch Club . . . . . 269 Fencing I I ISI A' S' C' C' ' ' ' ' ' 233 Favorites . . . . 194-195 R fl ' I' ' ' 2 3 Forensic Councll . . . . 285 Rho Alpha Tau . . . . 254 AISI: C?:II?:II. Eiga' ' ' G Rammer-Jammer . . . . 289 Alpha Chl Omega , , 302 Graduates . .... . 36-37 5 Golf. . I .... I . . - - 173 School of Arts and Science. . I0 B II II B 63 I68 gllmmIfI1ITgmf1 EPSIIOV' - - - - 223 School of Law ...... . I0 asea.. . .1- ee u . .... ..2 ShlfMd-- I I Basketball . . 169-171 Girls' Glee Club . . . . 314 Sghggl gf C0in:s:.:e I I I :T 303505 - - -II' '80 H School of Engineering . . . Il 000009 - - ' 5492 School of Educatio H ll f F . . . . . n . . . . II Blue Kei' - - - - 245 a 0 ame X98 School of Graduates . . . . 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