University of Alabama - Corolla Yearbook (Tuscaloosa, AL)

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J l■lv;ss«a 1 ,?!! ' ; s. k ' m 4 !.J) ) ' i ' l r ' 5 B ■1 . -fw ,■ ' ■ ' i . Kl « - " " Hf r„ " ' " ' sz:sz .«s x:;: j MM - BUMMwnniwi 0 t4Uaktri950 li 6 WILLIAM a, MYRtCK • EDITOR B. JAY ARNa • BUBSNESS MANAGEIK New £ngmeerin9 fiu nears Spring Connpl nov ' d seek an education which wiH prepare us for the challenge awaiting the citizens of tomorrow, a challenge created by the increasing complexities of a rapidly changing society I u ' " ! ■■ .■■; k ' « i: that our forefathers have gathered for solving new problems by be appHed to our economical, political, the future through J ««» Experimentation in the field of Psychology. N«w Physics Building »»«• ! " • Spring Completion ' tr «v •W mi Foundry in the Catiego Of Engineering study the knowledge so that we may hove a basis establishing concepts which may and social system to better experience from the past ■ l PPOR to build a sound CI well-rounded ws mPfemiaf anainorally, in order to and sense of responsibility of a position of I ttdfaiii ' pf de I n i i 3b— „ - ' Up the Ladder to Succcts ffstuity stu9ii » displey in Ctark Hot) Art Muneum mind and body through program designed to enrich develojp the character Prip rtdly monarchs Philo ' ; ' Or on Oween, and King Frienoll- Soma Doy Bpvy of boJhing beautiei which embodies ©some blersd of affrractions for y i ' ir ' ' ;: all, reegyeriiig study and encouraging scholarship, while permitting opportunity for 8od-eye«i taw r«sige»s at Hometoming et-emonies growth in ai! phases of extra-curricular endeavor ? H roternity dance ut the Country Club Co tume porfy hilarHy DEAN WILLIAM M. HEPBURN . . . Through his vigorous personality and kind understanding of student prob- lems. Dean William M. Hepburn was able to utilize his fegat genius to develop e umique student-faculty relationship as he sought to instill in his students an element of the scholarly gentleman as well as that of the qualified legal technician. He passed along to them his sense of responsi- bility to Humanity to protect individual liberty within the necessary com- plexities of modern society, always discouroging the prostitutioei of legal knowledge in pursuit of private gain. COLONEL CARLiTON K. BUTLER . . , The football team iost some games, but the University of Aiabama Million Dollar Band has for many years been the outstanding performer in every holfttme show in which it has participated. This consistent success of the band has been possible largely through the unique personality and out- standing leadership ability of Colonel Carieton K. Butler, who has over- come all difficulties, often working late into the night to produce his original musical arrangements and performance designs. Through the years he hos commanded the unqualified respect of all members of the band as well as of the entire student body. rO THESE TWO GENTLEMEN . . . this !950 CorolSa is respectfully dedicated, as acknowledgement of their unselfish contributions to the University of Alabama and to the lives of the students with whom they have been associated. DEAN HEPBURN COLONEL BUTLER DR. JOHN MORIN GALLALEE Ike PRESIDENT Under the leadership of President John M. Gollalee, the University of Alabama has undertaken a program of expansion during the last year which has added five new build- ings to the University and restored the architectural beauty of the old Quadrangle, the oldest remaining part of the Capstone. Dr. Gallalee became the eighteenth president of the University on January 1, 1948. Before this, he was a member of the faculty of the College of Engineering from 1912 to 1945. For the two years prior to his appointment as President, Dr. Gallalee was Technical Director of the State Building Commission. Strengthening the faculty of the University and enlarging the Graduate School are Dr. Gallolee ' s aims as he enters his third year as the University ' s number one Administra- tive officer. Page 18 Ike GOVERNOR " The stale university shall be under the management and control of a board of trustees, (a) which shall consist of two members from the congressional district in which the university is located, one from each of the other congressional districts in the state, the superintendent of education, and the governor, who shall be ex officio president of the board. " — ARTICLE 14, SECTION 246, ALABAMA CONSTITUTION OF 1901. JAMES E. FOLSOM, President, ex-officio AUSTIN R. MEADOWS State Superintendent of Education, ex-officio DR. JOHN M. GALLALEE President, University of Alabama JAMES E. FOLSOM, Governor of Alabama OM d BOARD TRUSTEES GESSNER T. McCORVEY ROBERT E. STEINER, JR. PAUL P. SALTER BREWER DIXON B. LONNIE NOOJIN THOMAS S. LAWSON Greensboro GORDON D. PALMER Tuscaloosa WILLIAM H. KEY Russellville WILLIAM H. MITCHELL Florence HILL FERGUSON Birmingham Secretary Messrs. Ferguson, Palmer, Steiner, Executive Committee of the Board. Mobile Montgomery Eufaula Talladega Gadsden CLIFTON H. PENICK SEATED: McCorvey, Dixon Gallalee, Ferguson, Palmer, Steiner, Penick, Lawson, Salter STANDING; Mitchell, Noojin, and Key, DR. GEORGE H. DENNY DR. DENNY Expansion from a student body of five hundred to one of eigfit thiousand; from a campus consisting of four major classroom buildings to a physical plant many times that large; from a mere bundle of bricks to its present position as the Capstone of Southern Education . . , are the changes that Dr. George H. Denny engineered during his reign as President and Chancellor of the University. Dr. Denny served the University as its President for twenty-five years until his retirement in 1937. At the death of President Richard C. Foster in 1942, he was recalled to the presidency for one year. Elected Chancellor of the University in 1937, Dr. Denny has never since lost contact with the Capstone. He is a frequent visitor to the campus and is still active in University affairs. Denny Chimes and Denny Stadium stand as constant reminders of one of the Capstone ' s most be- loved personalities, " Mike " Denny. Page 20 Vk e iiliiii •liiMiiiiiiiriliMi NOBLE B. HENDRIX Dean of Students DEAN STUDENTS The office of the Dean of Students has the re- sponsibility of meeting the student ' s needs and prob- lems outside of the classroom. The office administers recreational, cultural, and educational activities such as the Concert-Lecture Series to contribute to the student ' s development outside of his instructional hours. Health, housing, and feeding facilities are maintained under strict supervision. The student is encouraged to attend church and receives religious guidance in the faith of his choice. Working with the desire to help the student at all times the office also handles cases involving disciplinary action. Dean Noble B. Hendrix has directed the office of Dean of Students since 1943. He holds an M.A. degree from Columbia University. The office in- cludes three assistants to the Dean. Assistant Henry J. Sikir is director of the Union Building and handles veteran ' s housing along with other duties. Assistant James E. Foy works in close cooperation with the SGA, with official campus publications, and directs the Con- cert-Lecture Series. Assistant Robert E. Tyler is in charge of dormitory accommodations for single men, class absence excuses and withdrawals for male stu- dents, part-time employment, and the social calendar. JAMES E. FOY Assistant To The Dean HENRY J. SIKIR Assistant To The Dean ROBERT E. TYLER Assistant To The Dean %e DEAN d WOMEN ♦ ♦ ♦ MRS. JENNIE MORRIS HOWARD Assistant to the Dean of Women MRS. lONA B. BERRY Dean of Women The office of the Dean of Women attempts to as- sist women students in adjusting themselves to a new environment, in discovering and establishing sound values, and in stimulating a desire of building in themselves a sense of discrimination in conduct. Dean lona B, Berry coordinates the activities of this office. Mrs. Jennie Morris Howard is presently serving her fifteenth year at the University. She holds the position of Assistant to the Dean of Women. Mrs. Sue Gunter retired as Assistant to the Dean of Wom- en in 1949 after thirty-six years of service to the University. Further aid to coeds is given by Mrs. Bessie L. Hoyden and Miss Grace Baker, Counselors to Women, and Miss Emily Searcy, Acting Housing Director and Counselor to Women. Several women ' s organizations cooperate with the office of the Dean of Women in providing inter- ests and activities for coeds and in raising the standards of scholarship among these students. Pan- hellenic Council, WSGA, YWCA, Alpha Lambda Delta, and Mortar Board ore among the most active groups working through this office. Triangle, Sopho- more service organization, also cooperates. Page 22 i. WILLIAM F. ADAMS ROBERT EARL TIDWELL DEAN OF ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS DEAN OF THE EXTENSION DIVISION Dean William F. Adams directs the Office of Ad- missions and Records, which maintains records for students in all schools and colleges of the University. Dean Adams is Chairman of the Class Schedule Committee and is in charge of all notices of holidays, class dismissals, and deferred examinations. In addi- tion to this, he supervises the mailing of grades at the end of each quarter and is in charge of mailing bulletins to prospective and active students. Dean Adams also directs field representatives who travel the state as informative agents for prospective stu- dents. A graduate of the University, Dean Adams form- erly served on the staff of the Mathematics Depart- ment. He has been Dean since 1946. Dr. Robert Earl Tidwell has directed the Extension Division for twenty years. He has served as Princi- pal of Ensley High School, State Superintendent of Education, and was for five years Director of the Educational Training Program for T. C. I. Dean Tidwell directs four University Centers located in Mobile, Montgomery, Birmingham, and Gadsden, serving citi- zens of the State who are not able to attend the Uni- versity in residence. Other departments of the Extension Division are Commerce and Engineering, Home and Family Life, High School Counseling and Guidance, Correspondence Study, Audio-Visual Aids, Club Study and Library Loan, Adult Education, Radio Broadcasting Service, and University News Bureau, all under Dean Tidwell ' s Supervision. Poge 23 ERNEST G. WILLIAMS WILLIAM E. PICKENS, JR. ACTING TREASURER Ernest G. Williams began working in the Treas- urer ' s Office as a student assistant, and today as Acting Treasurer he handles the investment of all University funds. He also handles all of the Vet- eran ' s Administration billing pertaining to the University. Besides his administrative duties, Mr. Williams also serves as the faculty adviser of Quadrangle, of which he is a former member. The office, established as a service to the student and the University, controls all student financial records. COMPTROLLER William E. Pickens, Jr., became a member of the University administrative staff in 1931 as Chief Accountant, and since 1943 has served as Comp- troller. In this capacity he directs the budgeting and accounting for the entire University. He is a graduate of the University with a B.S. degree in Commerce. LAND COMMISSIONER As University Attorney and Lend Commissioner, Clifton H. Penick has the administration of 26,000 acres of University lands. This office also has charge of the Ann Jordan Farm of five thousand acres in Coosa County. In his tenth year as Land Commissioner, Mr. Penick is Secretary-Treasurer of the Gorges Memorial, a member of the com- mittee in charge of the University Retirement Sys- tem, and Secretary of the Board of Trustees. i CLIFTON H. PENICK Page 24 I I L. P. HODNETTE FRED MAXWELL CHARLES BERNIER DIRECTOR OF NORTHINGTON Negotiator with the Government for the Uni- versity ' s acquisition of the former Northington General Hospital, on installation valued at five million dollars, was Colonel L. P. Hodnette. As Assistant to the President at Northington, he is director of the 150-acre campus which has a housing capacity for 240 families and approxi- mately a thousand single students. CONSULTING ENGINEER Professor Fred Maxwell, acting in the capacity of University Consulting Engineer since 1945, has carried out one of the most extensive expansion programs in the history of the University of Ala- bama. Among his most recent projects have been the renovation of Woods, Clark, Garland, and Manly hialls, erection of the new Physics Building, four new women ' s dormitories, three men ' s dormi- tories in Ridgecrest, the new Engineering Building, and the opening of six new roads serving the Cap- stone. ALUMNI DIRECTOR Charles Bernier directs alumni affairs at the University of Alabama and has the responsibility of handling all relations between the University and its alumni. Mr. Bernier is editor of the Alumni News. While serving as Athletic Director and head coach of basketball and baseball at the University in 1920, Bernier initiated Homecoming which is still celebrated annually at the Capstone. Page 25 DR. W. STANLEY HOOLE C. E. WILLIAMS DIRECTOR OF LIBRARIES Since he came to the University in 1 944, Dr. W. Stanley Hoole has held the position of Director of Libraries. Under his supervision, the libraries of the University have increased in size and scope, keeping pace with a larger enrollment. Today, the University ' s libraries include more than 350,000 books, two thousand books on micro- film, twenty-four thousand maps, fifty-five hundred phonograph records, and ninety thousand uncata- logued pamphlets and miscellaneous reports. DIRECTOR OF SUMMER SCHOOL C. E. Williams began his administrative service to the University in 1928 as Assistant Director of Summer School and since 1943 has served as Director. His office works with the various schools in planning all courses offered. Every effort is made to arrange the Summer School program in such a manner as to meet the needs of both regu- lar students and those who must do their work in Summer School alone. DIRECTOR OF THE UNIVERSITY PRESS Dr. James B. McMillan has directed the Uni- versity Press since it was established in 1945. He has been a member of the University faculty since 1931, and is now the head of the Department of Linguistics. He is also a member of the advisory boards for several national language study publi- cations and dictionaries. The University Press pub- lishes books of a scholarly nature and The Alabama Review, a quarterly magazine of Alabama history. iiiiiiili DR. JAMES B. McMillan Page 26 AUDITORS Louis D. and Mrs. Louise Boylan hove been Auditors at the Universi- ty since 1941 v hen they ere in- vited to estoblish an office here as independent public accountants to serve the various organizations and publications on the campus. They act as financial and house manage- ment advisors and have developed an accounting system which has been unique in its success. While operating under this uniform sys- tem the social organizations here have retired in excess of $200,000 in mortgages in nine years. Due to the increased demand for this serv- ice, four full-time employees have been added to the staff to facilitate the v ork of this office. THE BOYLANS UNIVERSITY NEWS BUREAU Press agent duties for the University of Alabama are carried out by the University News Bureau, of which J. Russell Heitman is director. Mr. Heitman, who is also field manager of the Alabama Press As- sociation, on informative and advertising center for State weekly newspapers, assumed leadership of these units July 1, 1948. Associated with Mr. Heitman is Norman H. Bassett, Associate Director of the News Bureau who has been on the University staff since 1946. A student staff is maintained. The News Bureau is the primary outlet for infor- mation about the University to the press of the State. The purpose of the Alabama Press Association is to serve as a clearing house for information and adver- tising for Alabama newspapers. Two statewide conventions and a number of dis- trict meetings ore held by APA for publishers each year. The Alabama Publisher, a quarterly magazine, has been initiated by Field Manager Heitman as the official publication of APA. Bassett, Heitman, and student assistants. DR. ROY R. KRACKE . ;- SCHOOL A The University Medical Center in Birmingham, now considered the fast- est-growing medical center in the United States, is a giart enterprise engaged in training Ala- bama ' s young men and women in all phases of medicine, dentistry, nursing, and allied occupa- tions. The Medical College operates with four full classes including more than two hundred students. The School of Dentistry now includes two classes with more than a hundred students. Within the hospital and clinics are found nearly a hundred young doctors pursuing postgraduate medical education in all fields. Well over a hundred nurses are registered in the School of Nursing, technical and auxiliary personnel are being trained in increasing numbers, and hospital superin- tendents are being trained. The College has a medical, dental, and nursing school faculty of over three hundred of the finest teachers of the professions. Three new buildings ore near completion. The nation ' s most modern Public Health building is finished. The frame- work of the magnificent Crippled Children ' s Hospital now stands directly in front of the Jefferson Hospital. The enor- mous five-hundred-bed Veterans Hospital, which will be Scene in Operating Room class in Gross Anatomy MEDICINE... serviced by the faculty of the Medical School, is being com- pleted. Another new building to house the Medical and Dental Colleges is being erected at a cost of approximately two million dollars. Jefferson-Hillman Hospital, principal teaching unit of the Medical College, is the ninth largest in North America. 1; serves 25,000 patients annually inside the hospital and 120,000 who seek medical aid in its out-patient clinics. Re- search programs in cancer, heart disease, blood diseases, mental disease and other fields are subsidized by the Fed- eral government to the extent of over $100,000 per year. The entire institution serves as a great facility for public service for the people of the State of Alabama. DR. JOSEPH F. VOLKER Dr. Roy R. Kracke, Dean of the Medical College of Ala- bama since 1944, has gained wide recognition for his re- search with leukemia and other diseases of the blood, hie has established high standards of medical education at the Medical College, and is internationally famous in the fields of hematology and pathology. Beginning in 1948, Dr. Joseph F. Volker served concur- rently as Dean of the Tufts College Dental School and the Alabama School of Dentistry. In September 1949, he re- signed his position at Tufts to devote his entire attention to the Alabama school. Internationally famous as an educa- tor and scientist. Dr. Volker was the first American to win honorary membership in the Dental Society of Czechoslo- vakia. Operative Laboratory Oral Surgery Clinic SCHOOL ft 1 f DR. ROY R. KRACKE The University Medical Center in Birmingham, now considered the fast- est-growing medical center in the United States, is a giart enterprise engaged in training Ala- bama ' s young men and women in all phases of medicine, dentistry, nursing, and allied occupa- tions. The Medical College operates with four full classes including more than two hundred students. The School of Dentistry now includes two classes with more than a hundred students. Within the hospital and clinics are found nearly a hundred young doctors pursuing postgraduate medical education in all fields. Well over a hundred nurses are registered in the School of Nursing, technical and auxiliary personnel are being trained in increasing numbers, and hospital superin- tendents are being trained. The College has a medical, dental, and nursing school faculty of over three hundred of the finest teachers of the professions. Three new buildings are near completion. The nation ' s most modern Public Health building is finished. The frame- work of the magnificent Crippled Children ' s Hospital now stands directly in front of the Jefferson Hospital. The enor- mous five-hundred-bed Veterans Hospital, which will be Scene in Operating Room Class in Gross Anatomy MEDICINE... serviced by the faculty of the Medical School, is being com- pleted. Another new building to house the Medical and Dental Colleges is being erected at a cost of approximately two million dollars. Jefferson-hlillman hlospital, principal teaching unit of the Medical College, is the ninth largest in North America, li " serves 25,000 patients annually inside the hospital and 120,000 who seek medical aid in its out-patient clinics. Re- search programs in cancer, heart disease, blood diseases, mental disease and other fields are subsidized by the Fed- eral government to the extent of over $100,000 per year. The entire institution serves as a great facility for public service for the people of the State of Alabama. DR. JOSEPH F. VOLKER Dr. Roy R. Kracke, Dean of the Medical College of Ala- bama since 1944, has gained wide recognition for his re- search with leukemia and other diseases of the blood. He has established high standards of medical education at the Medical College, and is internationally famous in the fields of hematology and pathology. Beginning in 1948, Dr. Joseph F. Volker served concur- rently as Dean of the Tufts College Dental School and the Alabama School of Dentistry. In September 1949, he re- signed his position at Tufts to devote his entire attention to the Alabama school. Internationally famous as an educa- tor and scientist. Dr. Volker was the first American to win honorary membership in the Dental Society of Czechoslo- vakia. Operative Laboratory Oral Surgery Clinic i: LAW SCHOOL Classes were initiated in the new $200,000 annex to Farrah Hall during the past year. The addition provided law offices, library stacks, reading room, and two large classrooms with approximately 175 seats which are exact duplicates of the seats in the English Parliament. In Sep- tember, 1949, the entrance requirements to the School were again raised. The Alabama Law Review, initiated in 1949, was very well accepted with a large subscription by the State Bar and individuals outside Alabama. Alabama Law Review editorial staff New Dean M. Leigh Harrison lectures DEAN WILLIAM M. HEPBURN William M. Hepburn resigned as Dean of the Law School effective February 1, 1950. He hod served in this capacity since 1944 and during that time was the driving force behind the great prog- ress of the School. During his administration he adequately coped with the large influx of vet- erans by adding new courses to the curriculum, increasing the faculty, and securing the annex to Farrah Hall. M. Leigh Harrison, a Professor of Law at Alabama since 1938, was appointed suc- cessor to Dean Hepburn. ' l . Page 30 DEAN A. B. MOORE The University of Alabama Graduate School offers master ' s work in practically all departments of the Col- lege of Arts and Sciences and in all professional divi- sions except Law School. The Graduate Council is now formulating plans for advancing graduate study to higher levels. Since its beginning twenty-six years ago the Graduate School has progressed steadily, and in 1950 the enrollment was well over fifteen hundred. The quality of the research activities by faculty and students at the University is recognized throughout the country. Students with master ' s degrees have gone forth from Alabama through the years to make superior records in pursuit of doctorates in the lead- ing graduate schools of the nation. Hun- dreds of students have come from throughout the country to seek graduate education at Alabama. Dr. Albert B. Moore is Dean of the Graduate School and head of the History Department. He is a graduate of Auburn and the University of Chi- cago, and has been Dean of the Graduate School since it was founded in 1925. GRADUATE SCHOOL Graduate Seminar in Public Administration ■■ ' 3§H.rfc! COLLEGE ARTS and SCIENCES The University is prepared to of- fer students excellent opportunities in liberal arts education and in preparation for allied professions through its College of Arts and Sciences. The Arts and Sciences of- fices were moved during the past year to rejuvenated Clark Hall, one of the oldest and most distinctive buildings on the campus. The new art museum on the second floor has been recognized as one of the most modern and effec- tive small museums in the South. Local, regional, and national exhibitions draw a continuous stream of art en- thusiasts. A new Physics building adjacent to the Biology Building was constructed during the past year at a cost of more than $400,000. The new building will include an observatory. Dr. Marten ten hloor has been Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences since 1944. hie is the University repre- sentative on the council of the Oak Ridge Institute for Nuclear Studies and has been connected with Southern education for thirty-four years. Assistant Dean G. Burke Johnston is an alumnus of the University and has been a member of the facul- ty since 1 935. In 1946 he became As- sistant Dean and As- sociate Professor of English. student exhibit!, Dean Marten ten Hoor and Assistant Dean G. Burke Johnston The Bureau of Public Administration and courses in creative writing are outstanding features of the College of Arts and Sciences. Unusual growth in the departments of art, music, radio, and speech has marked the past five years. Speech correction clinics for veterans and school chil- dren were developed in the Speech department. The University String Quartet received widespread recognition through its many off-campus performances during the year. Dr. Strong and Political Science students Romance Language students learn from recordings £:: The School of Chemistry, Metallurgy, and Ceramics in the past year was placed on the accredited list of the Ameri- can Chemical Society. A student who enrolls in this School has the choice of numerous fields of specialization in chemis- try, metallurgy, ceramics, bacteriology, medical technology, and pulp and paper technology. Combination courses are offered in chemistry and geology, chemistry and law and commercial chemistry. The School, with an enrollment of approximately two hundred students, carries on more grad- uate work in comparison to its size than does any other division of the University. The Ceramics Department was enlarged considerably during the past year, so that it is now adequately equipped to train students in virtually every phase of technical work for the ceramics industry. Dean Stewart J. Lloyd is serving in his forty-first year of consecutive teaching at the University. When the present School of Chemistry was organized in 1929, Dr. Lloyd was named Dean. Under his guidance the School has progressed to become one of the foremost in the country. Dean Lloyd was recently elected President of the Southern Association of Science and Industry. DEAN STEWART J. LLOYD SCHOOL CHEMISTRY Professor Toffell explains the Geiger counter Students prepare for work in Ceramics - y ■ ' BtKtsHV « •« ' i na ' - , ■ DEAN LEE BIDGOOD The School of Commerce and Business Admini- stration was organized in 1919 and was opened to students in January, 1920, with the purpose of giv- ing young men and women a professional knowledge of the principles and procedures followed in busi- ness. Except during wartime, the Commerce School has grown steadily in faculty, facilities, and student enrollment. Since 1929 th e school has been a mem- ber of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business, the national standardizing agency. It is registered under the accountancy laws of New York and New Jersey, the only states which require degrees for admission to the CPA examination. In addition to the bachelor ' s degree in Commerce and Business Administration, two professional master ' s degrees are offered, an M.S. in Commerce and Business Administration and a Master of Business Administration. Since 1930 this school has maintained a Bureau of Business Research, and has published monthly the University of Alabama Business News. Dean Lee Bidgood has directed the School of Commerce and Business Administration since its organiza- tion, hie was recently elected President of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. SCHOOL COMMERCE and BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Auditors In the Accounting Department Bureau of Business Research staff The education of teachers was first authorized by the Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama in 1844. Since that time the education division has steadily progressed and the College of Education is now recognized as one of the finest in the South. The purpose of the College is to provide the necessary education and training for classroom teachers, school principals, superintendents, supervisors, and for other professional persons in public education. Teachers of music, art, speech, home economics, physical and health education, and other teachers of special subjects are also prepared by the College of Education. Dr. John R. McLure has served the University since 1924, and has been Dean of the College of Education since 1942. He holds a B.S. and an LL.D from Alabama and Ph.D. from Columbia. COLLEGE (P EDUCATION DEAN JOHN R. McLURE ♦ ♦ ♦ Study in the Education Library Alabama was chosen in 1949 as one of a group of seven technical institutions and the only one in the South to offer an educational pro- gram sponsored by the Foundry Educational Foundation, Under this program several stu- dents are awarded scholarships annually with the purpose of supplying the South with techni- cal graduates in the foundry field. A $75,000 model foundry has been constructed on the campus for this instruction. To meet the de- mands of greater enrollment a new Engineering building at an ap- proximate cost of $350,000 was scheduled for completion during the year. Several important laboratories were enlarged. The standard accrediting agency. Engineer ' s Council for Professional Development, has accredited the University curricula in civil, aeronautical, electrical, industrial, mechanical, metallurgical, and mining engineering. Dean James R. Cudworth is completing his fourth year as Dean of the College of Engineering. He received his S.B. from the Massachu- setts Institute of Technology and his M.S. in Mining Engineering from Alabama. He has served as Consulting Engineer for various govern- mental bureaus and industrial concerns. DEAN JAMES R. CUDWORTH COLLEGE d ENGINEERING Fuel utilization test in Mining Engineering The School of hlome Economics is devoted tc equipping young women for professions as home economists in teaching, research, business, and in- dustry. In addition to the facilities in Doster Hall there is a nursery school, an infant laboratory build- ing, a home management house, a building for equip- ment and furniture renovation laboratories, and a community nursery off-campus. The activities of the School can be classified under the titles Clothing,, Textiles, and Related Art; Foods and Nutrition,- and General Courses. These departments are headed by distinguished faculty members, many of whom have national reputations in writing, research, and in leadership in professional organizations. Dean Agnes Ellen Harris has directed the School of Home Economics for the past twenty-two years. She is a graduate of Georgia Women ' s College, and holds a B.S. and M.A. from Columbia University, and an honorary LL.D. from the University of Alabama. Dean Harris is also an honorary member of Phi Beta Kappa. SCHOOL 4 HOME ECONOMICS DEAN AGNES ELLEN HARRIS Girls learn the art of designing Home Economic students learn nutrition CAM ALABAMA Crossing University Avenue Nev look to Old Quadrangle Te stimulate campus interest. to advance student Hfe, to provide the student body with news, humor, and a record ef their school year, coiiectiveiy to plan and initiate the many activities which go to make campus life at 6ama tops, were the various individual functions of the Union Building Third Floor, groups which throughout the year integrated to produce a well-balanced over- ail program of student activity. :- jayf-4- ' ?i ' -1 ' ' i OFFICERS: TOM KING President CHARLES E. PORTER Vice-President JUNIUS B. SMITH, JR. Sec ' y-Treas. PORTER, KING, SMITH I THE STUDENT GOVERN SGA ' S biggest job of 1949-50 was setting up operations under the new constitution, which expanded and intensified efforts to represent the interests of the student body. An Executive Cabinet was formed as an advisory body to the President, Tom King. The new Legislature, headed by Vice-President Charlie Porter, enacted legislation and ap- proved court and committee appointments. The Student Court, provided by the 1948 Constitution, began work for the first time in the history of the University. SGA Secretory-Treasurer Junius Smith, working with other SGA officers and the Legislature, prepared a budget of the Student Activity Fees, totaling more than a hundred thousand dollars. SGA ' s main project for the year was the expansion of Union Building facilities. Transformation of the game room into a ballroom was the first visible sign of the program. A committee was appointed and plans were made for the even- tual expansion of the building itself. EXECUTIVE CABINET: TOM KING CHARLES PORTER JUNIUS B. SMITH, President, SGA Vice-President, SGA JR Secretary-Treasurer, SGA MARGARET JEAN KIRBY President, WSGA GERALD W, WIGGINS OAKLEY W. MELTON, JR. ALBERT COPELAND JERRY WORTHY President, Cotillion Club Chairman, Public Relations Chairman of Activities Chairman, Civic Committee SARA SELLERS Vice-President, WSGA BOB OWEN Chairman, Special Projects CABINET: Owen. Mellon, Copeland, Porter, King, Smith, Sellers, Kirby, Worthy, Wiggins LEGISLATURE fir f f fjpp .,R ) ROW ONE: Geiger, S!app, Waller, Porter, Curlee, Hannon ROW TWO: Porker, Bronnon, Marcus, Norwood, Mitchell, Kirby, Sellers ROW THREE: Kanter, McKenzie, Manners, Thornton, Taylor, Wright, Bryan, Pelham, LeGardeur, Morrison, Holder, Swider, Cohen. yiENT ASSOCIATION... Other activities included a campaign to promote more spirit at Alabama. The Spirit Planning Committee, directed by Maury Smith, staged nine spirited pep rallies. Homecom- ing, with Bill Bernstein as chairman, and Bama Day, held in conjunction with Spring elections, were outstanding events of the year. SGA maintained closer contact with the student body through weekly publication of the SGA Bulletin. Representa- tives were sent to the United Nations General Assembly, the National Student Association, and the Southern Association of Student Body Presidents. The Civic Committee worked on traffic problems and was instrumental in securing athletic and fire equipment for the dormitories. A medical benefits program to provide for wives of students was carried through. Special projects of SGA included the Campus Chest Drive, Faculty Merit Rating System, Pre-registration Procedure, Elec- tions, and a proposal for a University Telephone Exchange. LEGISLATURE: Charles Porter Patricia Brannan Mollis Geiger Harris Cohen Jerry Stapp Lee Roy Manners Phyllis Marcus Martha Waller Sid Holder Ed Thornton Fanny Mitchell Jim Wright John Curlee Elvin Kanter Dickie McKenzie Jim Taylor Tony Swider Davis Yeuell George LeGardeur Charles P. Pelham Chuck Hannan Hibert Weathers Walton Garrett Sarah Norwood Janie Parker Bill Hairston Mac Morrison Margaret Jean Kirby, ex officio Sara Sellers, ex officio STUDENT COURT: Ted Bryan, J. W. Mitchell, Mary Wideman, Prof. Leonard Trawick, Alice Monry, Walter Ogilvie; Buddy Clevelond (not pictured) P I JONES, KIRBY, SELLERS The purpose of the Women ' s Student Government Associa- tion is to cooperate with the Dean of Women to promote the intellectual, social, and spiritual welfare of all women; to develop a deep sense of self-responsibility, to instill a spirit of cooperation and friendliness; to promote and support worth- while college activities, and to uphold high social and aca- demic standards among University women. The Association functions through the joint action of the Board of Directors and the House of Representatives. The Board of Directors, elected by women students, meets weekly to discuss matters pertaining to women students and to take action in cases of infringement of the WSGA regulations. The House of Representatives, composed of the presidents of each dormitory and sorority, meets weekly to propose regu- lations pertaining to the government of women students and to report violations of rules which have been brought to their attention. WSGA extended dating permission to all coeds to 12 o ' clock on Saturdays. WOMEN ' S STUDENT G0 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Ford, Farris, Jones, Kirby, Sellers, McKnight w I. ' i9S % JANE PATY DITSY FORD BETTY SMITH ANN WEAVER SUANNE MENEFEE PEGGY O ' NEILL LAURA JUNE CURRY DORIS EDWARDS OFFICERS: MARGARET JEAN KIRBY President SARA SELLERS Vice-President KAKIE JONES Secretary-Treasurer EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: EDITH ANN WINFORD CAROLYN McKNIGHT TEMPIE FARRIS JULIETTE PERSONS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: BETSY SMITH SARA SELLERS MARJENE NABORS ANN HILBISH SYLVIA BOLASKY BETSY WETTERAU LOUISE McMURRAY MARCIA SABEL JANIE PARKER CHRISTINE MORSE MARY JOY HARPOLE SUE WATKINS DOT DERAMUS RACHEL KRACKE KATHLEEN JONES MARY ANN MILLS EMILY KAY JERRY DONOVAN PEGGY FROST MARGARET McCRACKEN ALLISON PORTER MARY WIDEMAN ERNMENT ASSOCIATION ROW ONE: Kracke, Deramus, Porter, Kay, Bolasky, McMurray, Watkins, Curry ROW TWO: B. B. Smith, Morse, B. M. Smith, Nobors, Kuester, Sellers, Kir by, Jones, O ' Neill, Donovan, So be!, Edwards, Ha r pole. V ' J . ' Vke 19 5 EDITORIAL With the goal set for full representation of student life and campus activity, the 1950 Corolla editorial staff laid pa rticu- lar emphasis on informal snapshots. Organization of a student photographic staff gave added impetus to the plan for wide coverage of campus scenes and events. Early in the Fall quarter, machinery Vi as set up for collection of informal pictures from the many organizations on the campus. In collecting and editing the copy material going into the annual special care vvas exercised to assure authenticity and accuracy. Student identification numbers played an important port in identifying the students for proper page placement Representatives were established in various organizations to inspect their page material, while the copy staff gave careful attention to the copy of the entire book. WILLIAM O. MYRiCK, Editor EDITORIAL STAFF WILLIAM O. MYRICK Editor DONALD J. CRONIN Copy Editor ARTIE T. HARDUVEL Organization Editor DOUG LANFORD Class Editor FRANK LEE Athletics Editor Lou Lackey and Herman Scott, Snapshot Editors; ffepsie Edmonds, Secretary. STAFF: Neil Gillis, Lois Alderman, Marie Rushing, Carolyn Cobb, Chorleen Allen, Wanda Corraway, Don Bailey, Dixie LaRoe, Rose Pintchuck, Rae Rita Kreismon, Judy Wright, Jane Woodhom, Mono Smith, Elizabeth Golightly, Pot Tompkins, Rose Marie Turner, Wanda Shepherd, Jeanne Leslie, Jimmy Smith, Army Hudnell, Alline Larkins, Mary Berkstresser, Flossie Day, Charles Moore. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Frank Carnoggio, David Gleoson, Mac Morrison, Boiles Studio, and Colonno Studios. Editorial Staff in Action ASSISTANT EDITORS: Lanford, Cronin, Horduvel Staff checks class section COROLLA BUSINESS Beginning the variety of important Corolla business staff functions for tfie year was an intensified sales campaign. During the opening days of the quarter, descriptive signs and posters were strategically placed to promote sales at the various booths located on the campus. Financial obligations for the yearbook were met by adver- tising revenue, a portion of the student activity fee, income from the sale of organization pages in the annual, and the pur- chase price of the book itself. In the Spring quarter, Corollas were distributed to students through the various organizations and individual distribution in the Union Building. In addition, annuals were mailed to those students who had left the University since purchasing their books in the Fall and Winter quarters. I V -1 B. JAY ARNO, Business Manager Corolla Soles Staff Ad Manager Copeland and Staff BUSINESS STAFF B. JAY ARNO ... TED COPELAND HAROLD WALL JIM YOUNGBLOOD . . . Business Manager Advertising Manager Sales Manager Office Manager Bill Bernstein, Beauty Ball Chairman; Caldwell DeBardeleben, Assistant Soles Manager; Vonnie Foster, Personnel Manager; Joe Botes, Re-ap- pointment Manager; Elvin Kanter, Organization Sales Manager; Paula Garrison, Secretary. STAFF: Sara Nell West, Roy Cherry, G. B. Kohn, " Skip " Holmes, David Bernstein, Marilyn Brewer, Joe McGrow, Charlie Kupper, George Molone, Tommy Michael, Murray Alley, Martha Hewes, Tommy Nash, Roy Crowe, Jerry Drennen. •;. r a-: - EDITORIAL A popular publication on the campus is the monthly humoi magazine — the Rammer Jammer. Originated and first issued in i924 by an independent group of students, it was purchased by the Board of Publications in 1943. The 1949-50 " Ram " carried as regular features a hobgoblin letters-to-the-editor column, a gossipy section of humorous student happenings, and a chatterful column on new musical recordings. The Ram was filled with fun in pictures, cartoons, jokes and stories, set off by a series of gorgeous cover girl pictures. This year, for the first time, the Ram became a member of the Na tional Scholastic Press Association. EDITORIAL STAFF OFFICERS HOMER-LEE KROUT Editor SAM WETMORE Assistant Editor VIC GOLD Feature Editor JIM MONTGOMERY Art Editor HOMER-LEE KROUT, Editor STAFF — Mort Granas, John Duddy, Jr., Frank Carnaggio, Clyde Owings, Flossie Day, Frank Lee, Art Harrington, Jack Red- mond, Charles Mitchell, Mary Helen Cleverly, Leo Willette, Dee Hardin, David Gleason, Bith Etheridge, Jeanne Abadie, Dale Solomon, Bill Hembree, Don Kemper, Beverly Busby. RAMMER RAM IMPS: Gold ond Wetmore Rammer Jammer editorial staffers JOHN A. DUDDY, Business Manager BUSINESS The " RAM IN EVERY ROOM " slogan inspired a survey to determine the number of off-campus student residents, tbie num- ber of rooms in eacfi domitory, and tfne number of students be- longing to eacfi sorority and fraternity. This was conducted to ettect equal oistribution among the students. As a result, Rom circulation was increased to an all-time high of 3500 copies. The Rammer Jammer is financed by student activity fees and income from subscriptions and advertising. The seven issues a year are free to ail students at the University. Alumni and frienas of the University may be placed on the mailing list by subscription which is $1.50 per year. BUSINESS STAFF JOHN DUDDY, JR. Business Manager EMORY FOLMAR Advertising Manager SYLVAN BYCK Assistant Advertising Manager JACK BOWEN Circulation Manager STAFF - Dick George, Charlie Beck, Bob Gadston, Walter Berry, Jimmy Mullinnix, Belvo Jones, Terry Walker, John Nicholson, Bebe Smith, Mickey Rhodes, Helen Garrett, Madge Bornett, Betty Bober, Frank Grove, Lib Blue, Hepsie Edmonds, Jo Eiddens, Julia Short, Barbara Brotherton, Mary Ann Coleman, Jack Held, Lyman Holland, Janet Quartin, Dick Coleman, Douglas McCollum, Ed Cook, Stanley Oilman, Max McLaughlin, Charles Vaughn, Jean Young. JAMMER . snaiftrm.- I SEATED; Foy, Kirby, Boylan, Luskin, Hendrix, Wallace, Berry STANDING: King, Arno, Cook, Krout, Myrick, Mitchell, Duddy, Bounds. BOARD od PUBLICATIONS The Board of Publications serves as the governing and supervisory body of those campus publications which ore sup- ported by student activity fees - the Crimson-White, Ram- mer Jammer, and Corolla. The Board supervises publication of the " A " Book, although it is financed by the Student Gov- ernment Association. By determining the eligibility of candidates seeking posi- tions as editors and business managers and appointing staff members, the Board insures the student body qualified students to head their publications. Board efforts in purchasing addi- tional modern office equipment hove resulted in higher effi- ciency and punctual distribution of the publications. MEMBERS NOBLE B. HENDRIX Dean of Students lONA BERRY , Dean of Women C. E. BOUNDS Head of Journalism Dept. ROBERT M. WALLACE English Dept. Representative JOHN LUSKIN Journalism Dept. Representative LOUIS D. BOYLAN Publications Auditor JAMES E. FOY Assistant to the Dean of Students TOM KING President, SGA MARGARET JEAN KIRBY President, WSGA WILLIAM O. MYRICK Editor, Corolla B. JAY ARNO Business Manager, Corolla HARRY N. COOK Editor, Crimson-White HARRY P. MITCHELL , Business Manager, Crimson-White HOMER-LEE KROUT Editor, Rammer Jammer JOHN DUDDY, JR. Business Manager, Rammer Jammer Page 56 % FIRST ROW: Wiggins, King, Melton, Turner, Bernstein, Cronin SECOND ROW: Marcus, Wise, Rushing, Burns, Hardin, Adcock THIRD ROW: Harduvel, Blair, Pollard, Garrison, Crowder, Coats, Lanford, Bowen, Gann, Freeman, Castleberry, McGinty, Thomas. COTILLION CLUB Marking its fifth active year since the end of the war, the Cotillion Club upheld its tradition of supplying the students with the kind of music they like. During the 1949-50 season, the Club endeavored to bring the most popular collegiate musicians to the campus at a minimum of cost to the students. A mid-summer dance to the music of the Alabama Cava- liers was the first function sponsored by the incoming 1949-50 Cotillion Club. Early in November, Roy McKinley, hailed as " the most versatile band in America, " supplied the music for the first big name dance of the year. Besides the original boogie-woogie and smooth bollards, vocals by Gadsden ' s lovely Dale Nunnelly added the local touch to moke the event a memory to the Boma students. The cry for the best college dance program in the South prompted consideration of Vaughn Monroe, Les Brown, Tommy Dorsey, Ray Anthony, and Gene Krupa to round out the school year, as Charlie Spivak opened the Winter quarter with a big formal on February 7. OFFICERS GERALD W. WIGGINS BILL BERNSTEIN DON CRONIN , AL TURNER President Business Manager Publicity Director Ticket Director JOHN A. KING BILL BOGGS LAMAR FREEMAN JIM BURKETT OAKLEY MELTON Coordinator Decorations Director Auditorium Director Special Events Director Accountant MEMBERS Irma Adcock Al Bender Elliot Blair Kate Blankenship Jack Bowen Joan Burns Dwight J. Castleberry Bob Coates Bill Crowder Jim Gann Wes Garrison A. T. Harduvel Doug Lanford Rob Locklin Phylliss Marcus Jim McGinty Wiley Messick Bob Parker Jack Pollard Marie Rushing B. E. Thomas, Jr. Peggy Wise Emily Wright Dee Hardin Chuck Morgan Page 57 Million Dollar Horn Section ALABAMA ' S MILLION The Esteemed Colonel — Corleton K. Butler Once again, the famous Alabama Million Dollar Band, under the direction of Colonel Carleton K. Butler, emerged as undefeated champion of " the battle of the half-time " . March- ing against all opposition at the incredible drum cadence of 256 steps a minute, the fast-stepping red-coats perfectly exe- cuted precision formations as well as many of the most original novelty drills ever devised. Introducing the football season, the band waved farewell to baseball and played " Happy Days Are Here Again " as they performed a hilarious football routine on the field. Tragedy struck later as the musicians formed a wreck at mid- field to the tune of " Wreck on the Highway " . As visual evidence of higher education, the band formed every letter of the alphabet while playing just one chorus of " A, You ' re Adorable " . At Homecoming, the band saluted Bamo ' s 1926 Rose Bowl team which defeated Washington 20 to 19. The peak was reached with the unique halftime show at the Ala- bama-Auburn game in Birmingham in December. The Million Dollar Hundred Men 4 OFFICERS COL. CARLETON K. BUTLER Director WILLIAM LEDUE Manager PAUL PUTNAM Assistant GENE CARTLEDGE Captain HARRIS MAGRUDER Drum Major CILEMcCURDY Sponsor Tricky Maneuvers on the Field DOLLAR BAND With the end of football season, the marching band re- verted to the popular concert band. Concerts during the Winter and Spring quarters were presented in Foster Audi- torium. At the Spring Concert the band members elected their sponsor for the coming year, better known to the campus as " Miss Alabama " . The honor for the 1949-50 season went to Miss Cile McCurdy. Off-campus concerts were presented in four Alabama cities during the year. flt MJ- ' illr: . Shotgun Wedding □ la Butler On Parade Down The Avenue Baby, It ' s Cold Outside i»RS % STATION WABP Professor Leo Martin, Radio Department Head On the air seven hours daily, the nation ' s largest campus-wired radio station observed its second anniversary on November 17, 1949, in nevv and enlarged studios and offices on the Union Building third floor. The WABP menu consisted of original disc jockey shows aimed at the select campus audience, and student-written, student-produced, dramatic productions. Particular attention was directed toward special events cover- age, as remote control facilities were frequently set up in Foster Auditorium to broadcast dances and basketball games to WABP listeners. WABP is a charter member of the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System. The University Radio Department is one of nine charter members of the University Association for Professional Radio Education, which now recog- nizes only fifteen departments in the nation. Television instruction in conjunction with WABP was introduced during the Fall quarter. Students were taught the same techniques which are used in commercial television transmission, and the hope was voiced that eventual- ly the University would secure a television equivalent to WABP. STAFF ROBERT L. GUNN, JR Station Manager CLAYTON CORZAHE Program Director WILLIAM P. STEVENS Sales Manager MONROE TEAGUE.... Traffic Director PATRICIA L. ELLIS Continuity Director HENRY HANSON Public Service Director FRANK LEE Sports Director NORA MAE CARLSON Production Director ERIC JOHNSON Special Events Director WILLIAM A. SHELL ■ Chief Announcer RAY McGILLICUDDY News Director ROBERT M. DUCK Publicity and Promotion Director MARGARET BROWN Women ' s Program Director EDITH IVEY Dramatic Script Librarian JEAN ROUSSELLE Record Librarian ALBERT L. SINCLAIR, III Chief Console Engineer WILEY WHITE Chief Engineer ROBERT M. STONE, JR Operations Supervisor JAMES MURPHY Social Chairman JEAN MATHIS Secretary Repairing Equipment — Bob Stone and Wiley White Crimson Theater in Production Distinguished Visitor — Mel Allen with Frank Lee STAFF ANNOUNCERS Keith Barze Bud Cooper Dave Steele Donald Fitzgerald Marc Marks Charles Ballas James Popwell William Hale Reid Leath William Allen Ralph Evans Don Shinbaum Allen Freehling Lawrence Croen John Aliano NEWS AND SPORTS STAFF Russ C. Benedict Roy McAllister Ed McCullum Paul Yanuck John Harmon ENGINEERS Richard Coleman Benord Black Hugh Munro Henry Latvin Pete Swanson WRITERS Janice Cranford Robert H. Jones Jack Issing Keith Irwin TALENT Milton Lawrence Barbara Woyne Jean Cuthriel Betty Thomas Schuyler Williams Warren Parkinson Bruce Miller Jean Noland Jeannette Atkinson Richard Walker Diane Durham Jane Guelich Eileen Arnold Gloria Carruba Norville Nelson Mary Glen Gibbs Betty Bostwick Bea Richardson Eb Swingle Mike O ' Hara SALESMEN Herb Carnathon Myron Snoddy Charles Thomas Harold Ladner Robert Villar PRODUCERS Sam Ford George Williams Lynn Ross Stanford Levy Thomas Michael Roslyn Zarovsky Control Room — Lefty Sinclair Instructs WABP Disc Jockeys— Frank Holston, Don Fitzgerald, Sylvan Byck, Marc Marks, and (kneeling) Reid Leath Up In Radio — Henry Hanson, Jim Murphy, Jean Moth is, Jeonette Atkinson, Pot Ellis. Station Manager Gunn and Staff Class in Television Film Production WHO S WHO ammda tudenU m Ame ucoM ' Unkf e iAdleS and GoUeaM " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities end Colleges, " o national yearly publication originated by an Alabama alumnus, H. Pettus Randall, honored twenty-nine outstanding student leaders on the University of Alabama cam- pus in the Fall of 1949. Students were selected by a committee of student and faculty members on the basis of nominations submitted by the deans of the various colleges and by members of the Student Legislature. Students were selected with reference to scholar- ship, student activity, character, and individual leadership. N. Q. Adams B. Jay Arno Horry Cook Al Copelond Lenette Ellis Rubin Franco W. B. Hairston Tom King M. Jean Kirby G. Legordeor Pat Lightfoot Riley Lumpkin Martha McAnulty H. P. Mitchell Mac Morrison W. O. Myrick OMie Nobors Red Noonan Bob Norman Ed O ' Connell Walter Ogilvie Robert Owen J. B. Smith, Jr. Jerry Stopp J. B. Thomas, Jr. Alton L. Turner Martha Waller Melvin Weber Louise Williams . ASS n- m ■ ' ■, yv 4- ri r BLACK STOLE THE SHOW ' h . DAN-GER-OUS DAN McGREW , iSS " -. :« 4 . ' •Pt ' ' , ; a OS g g ♦ ■j M ' - y ,r ' ! -i,- ? 3?- • ' - JJ - " - ' " f lU iflLAJ JL- . " .A fy. ' ■ ' " " iuiPjJoHS oj« A.T A.r A| A I l 5C THE KATTY KAPPAS KAPTURE CROWN ' 1-AY AM HUDSON STRODE!!! " . t DEAN DEAN DEAN ' DEAN ' S DISCIPLINARY BOARD MISS EXECUTIVE SECRETARY AND SWING AT VERNER goQte WELL, BLOW ME DOWN ii SOUTHERN GENTLEMEN, SUH • • • ;;- TT - : t, ' V A SEES ALL, KNOWS ALL 00(?§ WONDERFUL VIEW! [ ' ' J ANTHONY AND THE JOHNSONS ENGINEERING OPEN HOUSE .m MM .X,- 1 V ' ' J ' yj 1 1 ALOHA. HALFTIME 1 ir% r ; -rr : !a s « E ENGINEERING OPEN HOUSE li VAUGHN MONROE miss betty yardley Corolla Beauty Queen for 1950. The Corolla staff invited Band- leader Monroe, a favorite among Capstone dancers, to make his se- lection of the Queen from pictures of twenty campus beauties elected by student vote at the Corolla Beauty Ball. bama ' s loveliest . . . The Corolla Beauty Quee n and her Court, First Rovif: Alberta Moore, Kate Blankenship, Robin Jackson; Second Row; Bennie Wells Shaw, Cile McCurdy, Ann Pendleton, Jeanee Sledzinski, Betty Yardley, Barbara Dennis; Third Row: Jane Mooney, Maxine Miltstein, Kather- ine Thompson, Margie Wolf, Ann Parker, Nanette Kei J ■K ■ til 1 , i H W KE - J ' . |B j Wfi a IMi ' I HHotb ' ; ] 1 wM U i ■K " ' ' ' " ll 1 Hi ■ J HUk ' ' ' ' ' I Auties ' bamcii ueen... miss betty yardley miss jeanee sledzlnski X ' A, . M W -. ! ' c w UL 1 miss bennie weils shaw miss cile mc curdy miss madge barnett X «, ■ ' mm ' ' ' .....■ xik i. miss barbara dennis % «• miss cinn pendleton Mm miss frances holton ■«P1RI P ? miss Shirley warfel miss kate blankenship miss robin jackson k e FAVORITES at ii miss marjorie anne keen miss nanette keii ' BAMA .. . miss maxine syivia miilstein bama FAVOR VUV H - , miss ann parker miss betty pride A miss margie wolf ■5 ' 4 As it wets before so ft is agoin. And while large nuimbers of veterans remained scattered among the Seniors, Graduates, Lawyers, and Medics, each new quarter witnessed the influx of a Freshman group almost entirely composed of non-veterans. The Undergraduate classes were again dominated by youthful, wide-eyed students, who will soon move up to represent the majority in all classes in the University, 1 V " : ♦ ' ' » AH .1 ) ' f ♦, ' 4. 7i. ■» mmaoBm lii«M r 1 f }t nTe6iC rschool me6iCAl seniops AGRICOLA, FRED T., JR.; Gadsc ' en; Nu Sigma Nu; B. S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute ALLISON, MACK, JR.; Birmingham BANKSTON, INGRUM WESLEY; Section; Phi Beta Pi; President, Junior Class, 1948; B. S. ond M. A., University of Alabama BERNHARD, CHARLES BONDURANT; Birmingham; Phi Beta Pi; A B., University of Alabama - BLAKNEY, EMERSON WARD; Kennedy; Phi Beta Pi; B. A. and M. A., University of Alabama BLISS, RICHARD FREDERIC; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu; A. B., University of North Carolina BUECHLER, WILLIAM F.; San Diego, Calif.; Sigma Chi; Nu Sigma Nu; B. S., University of North Dakota. BURNETT, ROBERT EUGENE; Montgomery; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu; A, B., University of Alabama , BYRNE, HAYNES CRAWFORD; Montgomery; Phi Gamma Delta; Nu Sigma Nu; Omicron Delta Kappa; Medical Inter- fraternity Council; A. B., University of Alabama COWDEN, ROBERT WILSON; Mobile; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu; President, Senior Class, 1949; Vice-President, Junior Class, 1948; A. B., University of Alabama CRABTREE, SAMUEL FERRELL; Greensboro; Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon; Nu Sigma Nu; Omicron Delta Kappa; Secretary-Treas- urer, Senior Class; Gorgas Medical Society; President, Nu Sigma Nu, 1949; B. A., University of Alabama; Medical Inter- fraternity Council DAHLENE, OSCAR, JR.; Tuscaloosa; Delta Chi; Phi Beta Pi; A. B., B. S., and M. S., University of Alabama , DeSIMONE, JOHN S.; Avonmore, Pa.; Phi Beta Pi; B. S., University of Pittsburgh . DORMON. GEORGE; Oxford; Alpha Tau Omega; Nu Sigma Nu; Omicron Delta Kappo; Fellow, Gorgas Medicine Society. DUNN, DAVID E., JR.; Montgomery; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Nu Sigma Nu; B. S., University of Alabama ERWIN, CLAUDE CAMPBELL; Talladega; Nu Sigma Nu; A, B., Uni- versity of Alabama FUNDERBURG, LONNIE W.; Bir- mingham; B. S. and A. B., Hov ard College HEAD, THOMAS DUNCAN; Montgomery; Kappa Sigma; Nu Sigma Nu; B. S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute HOYT, MILLARD L.; Birmingham; Phi Chi; B. A. and B. S., University of South Dakota HUTCHISON, NORTON HUMPHREYS; Birming- ham; Phi Beta Pi; President, Phi Beta Pi, 1949-50; President, Medical Interfraternity Council, 1949-50; B. S., York Col- lege KENT, JOHN E.; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Pi; B. S., Birmingham- Southern. KENT, SIDNEY PAGE; Corc ' ova; Phi Beta Pi; B. S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1946 MOSS, GEORGE W.; Selmo; A. B., B. S., University of Alabama; Kappa Sigmo; Phi Chi; Vice-President, Sophomore Class; Vice-President, Gorgas Medical Society; Secretary, Phi Chi . . . McLAUGHLIN, LEON DURWARD; Blue Springs; Phi Beta Pi; A. B., University of Ala- bama . . . NELSON, JOHN HALL; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; Vice-President, Phi Chi; A. B., Birmingham-Southern . . . NETTLES, JAM.ES DENNIS; Arlington; Sigma Nu; Alpha Kappa Kappa; A. B., University of Alabama PERDUE, MERVIN WILLIAMS; Luverne; Nu Sigma Nu; A. B., University of Ala- bama ROMINE, WILLIAM O.; Florence; Phi Beta Pi; Vice- President, Senior Class; B. S., University of South Carolina. RYLE, WINFRED E.; Mobile; Phi Beta Pi; Gorgas Medical Society; B. S., University of Alabama SIMPSON, HARRY M.; Florence; Kappa Alpha; Nu Sigma Nu; W, B. Saunders Prize in Bacteriology STEELE, CHARLES H.; Aberdeen, S. D.; B. S., Northern State Teachers College, Aberdeen, S. D.; M. A., University of South Dakota STURGIS, DORIS JEAN; Birmingham; Delta Zeto; A. B., fioword College THOMAS, JAMES B., JR.; Birmingham; Phi Delta Theto; Omi- cron Delta Kappo; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges; Nu Sigma Nu; Medical Interfraternity Council; Gorgas Medical Society; B. S., University o f Alabama WILCOXSON, CORNELIA; Florence; A. B., University of Ala- bama WRIGHT, W. HAIG; Guin; Phi Beta Pi; A. B., Uni- versity of Alabama. Page 102 Cl P f . % Agricola Burnett Dunn Kent, S. P. Ryle Allison Byrne Erwin Moss Simpson Bankston Cowden Funderburg McLaughlin Steele % Bernhard Crabtree Head Nelson Sturgis Blakney Dohlene Hoyt Nettles Thomas Bliss Desunibe Hutchinson Perdue Wilcoxson Page 103 the senioR cUss OFFICERS ROBERT W. COWDEN, JR President WILLIAM O. ROMINE Vice-President SAMUEL F. CRABTREE Secretary-Treasurer FREDERICK T. AGRICOLA, JR. MACK E. ALLISON CRAIG P. BADE INGRUM W. BANKSTON EMERSON W. BLAKNEY CHARLES B. BERNHARD, JR. RICHARD F. BLISS JOSEPH T. BROCK, JR. WILLIAM F. BUECHLER ROBERT E. BURNETT, JR. HAYNES C. BYRNE JACKSON B. CLAYTON ROBERT W. COWDEN SAM F. CRABTREE OSCAR DAHLENE, JR. JOHN S. DESIMONE GEORGE DORMON MEMBERS DAVID E. DUNN CLAUDE C. ERWIN LONNIE W. FUNDERBURG THOMAS D. HEAD MILLARD L. HOYT NORTON H. HUTCHISON HARRY M. KATZ JOHN E. KENT SIDNEY P. KENT EDITH J. LEDBETTER JOHN R. LEDBETTER JACK B. MATICKA LEON D. McLaughlin PHILANDER D. MORGAN GEORGE MOSS JOHN H. NELSON JAMES D. NETTLES WILLARD L. NIXON MERVIN W, PERDUE CLAUDE E. PARISH WYATT B. POUNCEY WILLIAM O. ROMINE WINFRED E. RYLE HARRY M. SIMPSON HENRY SPIRA CATHERINE H. STEELE CHARLES H. STEELE DORIS J. STURGIS JAMES B. THOMAS, JR. SCOTT VANCE JEROME S. WEINGARTEN CORNELIA R. WILCOXON DOUGLASS H. WINGO WILLIAM H. WRIGHT ROW ONE: Left to Right: Hoyt, Wright, J. Ledbetter, E. Ledbetter, Sturgis, Wilcoxson, Romine, Hutchison, Steele, Allison, McLaughlin ROW TWO: Moss, Weingarten, Byrne, Ryle, Dahlene, Blokney, J. Kent, Crabtree, Morgan, Katz, Cowden, Buechler, Dunn, Nettles, Thomas ROW THREE: Wingo, Parrish, Erwin, Bernhard, Funderburg, Vance, Burnett, Clayton, Bode, Head, DeSimone, Dormon, S. Kent ROW FOUR: Simpson, Pouncey, Perdue, Agricola, Brock, Bankston, Bliss, Nelson, Maticka, Nixon. 3£ ROW ONE: Left to Right: Coffey, Collohon, Hyde, F. Nolen, Joudon, Meigs, Byrd ROW TWO: Moore, Abele, Osment, Copeiond, Carter, T. Nolen, Drougtion, Johnson, Terrell, Horris ROW THREE; Wise, Campbell, Nu:hols, Bell, Blokeney, McCarley, Hogon, Lusk, Caldwell, Whitley, Haden ROW FOUR: Cooner. the ]unioR class OFFICERS WILLIAM H. COONER President BENJAMIN F. CAFFEY, JR Vice-President HENRY A. ABELE Secretary-Treasurer HENRY B. ABELE JOHN E. BLATHROP, JR. FRANCES M. BELL WILLIAM H. BLAKENEY BEN R. BYRD BENJAMIN F. CAFFEY, JR. HARRY E. CALDWELL JAMES S. CALLAHAN, JR. DAVID A. CAMPBELL DONALD A. CANTLEY, JR. BURWELL S. CARPENTER, JR. THOMAS E. CARTER, JR. GEORGE M. COGGAN DOUGLAS COLLINS WILLIAM H. COONER ALBERT B. COPELAND ROBERT L. DRAUGHON, JR. MEMBERS ROLAND D. DUFF ROBERT H. HADEN RICHARD A. HARRIS JOHN H. HICKS ROBERT S. HOGAN MATTIE I. HYDE GEORGE R. JAUDON LESLIE M. JOHNSON JOHN A. LUSK JOHN T. McCARLEY, JR. LAMAR C. MEIGS JOHN C. MILLER JOHN M. MOORE JOHN T. MOORE WILLIAM S. MOUGHON, JR. IAN W. MUIR •EDWIN M. MYER FRANCES M. NOLEN THIRWELL M. NOLEN FRANK J. NUCKOLS LAMAR S. OSMENT HASKELL A. PINKERTON WILLIAM H. ROBERTSON JOHN C. SAUNDERS JOSEPH A. SHERROD, JR. QUENTIN R. STRONG CLYDE TERRELL JOHN F. WADE, JR. JOHN W. WEBB, JR. HUGHEY M. WEIR GEORGE B. WHATLEY JOHN S. WHITEHEAD MILTON E. WHITLEY ROBERT H. WISE ROY G. YOUNG Page )05 ROW ONE: Left to Right: Palmer, Rudder, Garrett, Bennett, Glass, DeVane, Holland ROW TWO; Duke, Lamberlh, Spruiell, Cook, Merchant, Lowry ROW THREE: Lightfoot, Phillips, Robinson, H. Thomas, Calhoun, Johnson, Skinner, Maxwell, Martin . ROW FOUR: Ward, Gregg, Walton, J. Thomas, Holcomb, Walker, Kimbrough, Kent, Burt, Pitts, Jackson. the sophomoRe class OFFICERS ROBERT M. LIGHTFOOT President HOYT A. CHILDS Vice-President JOHN D. SHERRILL, JR Secretary-Treasurer WILLIAM D. ATCHISON LIONEL M. BARGERON, JR. JAMES S. BATES, JR. CHARLES P. BEDDOW CLAUDE E. BENNETT HAROLD L. BLANTON CHARLIE H. BURT WALLACE E. CALHOUN OSCAR M. CAUSEY HOYT A. CHILDS MALCOLM C. COOK FREDERICK H. DEVANE JOSEPH E. DUKE STEINER D. GARRETT, JR. HENRY G. GLASS SIDNEY J. GRAY, JR. WILLIAM H. GREGG MEMBERS KENNETH M. HANNON MAURICE C. HOLCOMB, JR. CLAUDE M. HOLLAND, JR. BENJAMIN B. JACKSON JAMES S. JACKSON, JR. RICHARD H. JOHNSON EDWIN B. KENT JAMES E. KIMBROUGH LEWIS E. KIRKLAND LEWIS M. LAMBERTH ROBERT M. LIGHTFOOT MARY E. LOWRY ROBERT L. MARTIN, JR. BENJAMIN C. MAXWELL JOHN P. MERCHANT, JR. WOODFIN G. NORRIS, JR. DAVID E. OWENSBY STEPHEN D. PALMER GEORGE B. PENTON SIDNEY C. PHILLIPS, JR. WILLIAM R. PITTS CECIL E. PRICE CARL R. ROBINSON WILLIAM H. RUDDER FRED O. SHERRILL, JR. JOHN D. SHERRILL MARION H. SIMS HENRY F. SKINNER, JR. VANN E. SPRUIELL HENRY D. THOMAS JULIUS O. THOMAS RUFUS M. VAUGHN RHETT P. WALKER JOHNYE R. WALTON HARTWELL H. WARD Page )06 the fpeshman class OFFICERS SAMUEL S. NORVELL President JAV.ES D. VAUGHN . Vice-President SELDEN H. STEPHENS, JR Secretary-Treasurer JOHN D. ADKINS THOMAS H. ARNOLD JESSE D. BAGGETT, JR. JAMES T. BAKER BURIS R. BOSHELL ADRIAN A. CHANDLER ERMIN E. COLEMAN, JR. JAMES H. COUCH FREDERICK F. CREWS ROBERT L. CRUIT CHARLES H. CRUMP EARNEST M. CURTIS, JR. JAMES S. DAVIES ASA L. DODD, JR. WILLIAM W. DOUGLAS JOHN E. DUNCAN PHILLIP J. ENSLEN WILLIAM C. FINLAY HOMER H. FLOYD, JR. MEMBERS CLARENCE L. GOLDEN ARTHUR GRIFFIN ROBERT D. GUYTON WILLIAM J. HAMMACK HERSCHEL B. HARRIS BENJAMIN F. HINTON DOUGLAS C. HOLT DONALD HOOPER ROBERT M. HOPE ALBERT C. HUNT LOUIS L JOHNSON JAMES K. JONES CHARLES D. JORDAN COLUMBUS L. LAGRONE THOMAS C. LAWSON, JR. PATRICK H. LINTON PATRICK McCUE ROBERT J. McLaughlin ELMER MOTTE OSCAR T. NELSON SAMUEL S. NORVELL ROBERT N. PATTILLO ELLIS F. PORCH CHESTER B. PRIMM OSCAR RILEY, JR. JULIE M. SMART JAMES F. STANLEY SELDEN H. STEPHENS WALTER C. TEW, JR. CHAUNCEY B. THUSS JAMES D. VAUGHN WILLIAM A. WALKER LESLIE E. WHITEHEAD JAMES A. WHITESIDE JAMES G. WRIGHT, JR. WILLIAM T. WRIGHT K. LEMORE YIELDING JOHN S. YOW, JR. ROW ONE: Left to Right: Dodd, Adkins, Baggett, Couch, Hopper, Chander, Cruit, Jones ROW TWO: Pattillo, Smart, Baker, Jordan, Whitehead, McCue, Griffin ROW THREE: Riley, J. Wright, Lawson, Thuss, Douglas, Stephens, Lagrone, Crump, Finloy, Vaughn, Primm, Guyton ROW FOUR; McLaughlin, Arnold, Curtis, Holt, Floyd, Yow, Enslen, Golden, Whiteside, Dovies ROW FIVE: Johnson, Tew, Colerr.on, Stanley, Hinton, Porch, Duncan, Crews, Hunt, Walker, W. Wright, Motte, Harris, Nelson, Norvell, Hammock. 6ental sophomoRes OFFICERS Vv ALTER L. SMITH, JR President WILLIAM E. BEASLEY Vice-President JOHN L. SPEAKE Secretary EDD B. GRIFFITH Treasurer WALTER C. ANDREWS WILLIAM H. ASHLEY WILLIAM W. ASHLEY RICHARD L. BAILEY ROBERT H. BALLARD WILLIAM E. BEASLEY WILSON C. BELLENGER THOMAS G. BRADFORD, LESTER B. BRASFIELD AUDIE M. CHRISTOPHER BILLY J. COBB JAMES W. COSPER RAYMOND F. FOX ROBERT A. CUMMINGS AUBREY DAVIS ROBERT J. EUSTICE JR. HAROLD J. GAYLE JOHN R. GRAY EDD B. GRIFFITH CHARLES S. HANCOCK MELVIN D. HARDIN JOSEPH E. HARE MORRIS W. HOLLIS HOUSTON B. HOVIS JASPER A. JONES WILLIE F. KELLEY, JR. JIM M. KIRBY RANDALL O. LAFFRE, JR. WOODWARD D. LAMAR THOMAS C. LAWSON JAMES R. LOVELADY JAMES B. McCABE COLIE H, MILLSAP, JR. ALVIN W. MOSHER, JR. THOMAS M. NICHOLSON WILLIAM F. HOWELL NELSON B. OWENS ALFRED A. PARDEN WILLIAM C. QUATTLEBAUM GERALD R. ROWE JAMES W. RYE JAMES L. SANDERSON WALTER L. SMITH, JR. JOHN L. SPEAKE WILLIAM E. SULLIVAN WENDELL H. TAYLOR JOSEPH P. VENABLE, JR. JOHN S. WEBSTER WILLIAM M. WELCH ROW ONE: Left to Right: Lovelady, Sanderson, Sullivan, Hovis, Welch, Cabb, Nowell, Webster, Brasfield ROW TWO; Cox, Taylor, Mollis, Rowe, Rye, McCabe, Millsap, Speak ROW THREE: Kirby, Jones, Eustice, Beasley, Andrews . ROW FOUR: Davis, Kelly, Laffre, Quottleboum, Mosher, Hardin, Bradford, Cummings ROW FIVE: Griffin, Bollard, Owens, Bellenger, Lamar, Hare, Bailey, Gayle, Cosper, Lowson ROW SIX: Venoble, Parden, A. Ashley, Nicholson, Gray, Christopher, Smi ' h, W. Ashley, Hancock. ' lStHOOI»-.i 6en i fpeshmen OFFICERS CAREY E. ELROD, JR President WILLIAM D. POWELL, JR Vice-President SHEROLD P. POPE Secretary DANIEL T. MEADOWS Treasurer JOHN S. ARTHUR, JR. PASQUAL A. BLADONE FRED P. BICKLEY, JR. J. D. BIGGERS CHARLES L. BILLINGSLEY, DALE E. BISHOP JAMES E. BLACKMAN RICHARD S. BOSWELL EDWIN E. BOWMAN KENNETH R. BRELAND WILLIAM P. BUCK DAVID K. CLANTON JOHN M. CUNNINGHAM CHARLES H. DAVIS JOHN H. DAVIS, JR. WARREN E. DAY DAN E. DOUGLAS JR. JOHN B. DUNBAR JOHN O. EDWARDS, JR. GARY E. ELROD, JR. MAX V. GILMER GEORGE H. GRAHAM, JR. J. B. HENDERSON HORACE H. HOLLEY WILLIAM G. KING THOMAS W. KIRBY HUGH G. LANE WILLIAM M. LAWSON THOMAS C. LOONEY DANIEL T. MEADOWS DAVID E. MEADOWS JAMES W. MILLER TROY C. MILLS, JR. EARL L. MITCHELL, JR. HAROLD B. MOORE FREDERICK B. MURPHY JOHN C. OUTLAW, JR. SHEROLD P. POPE WILLIAM D. POWELL, JR. JULIUS D. REYNOLDS, JR. PAUL L RUSE MARION D. RUSHING, JR. THOMAS H. SMOOT BOLTON S. STEPHENS WILLIAM J. STEPHENS ROBERT H. STIFF MAURICE W. TREECO JOHN W. TUCKER JAMES W. VANN KINYON VINSON WILLIS H. WOST J. C. WHEAT ROW ONE: Baldone, Smoot, Biggers, J. Davis, Jr., Rushing, Vinson, West ROW TWO: Davis, Cunningham, Graham, Stiff, Gilmer, Rii:e, Oullov ROW THREE: King, Henderson, Billingsley, Day, Bosweii, Douglas, Dunbar ROW FOUR: Holley, Moore, Looney, David Meadows, Pcwell ROW FIVE: Buck, Breland, Arthur, Blackman, EIrod, Pope, Reynolds, Miller . ROW SIX: Kirby, Clanton, Vann, Mi ' chell, Edwards, Stephens ROW SEVEN: Daniel Meadows, Treece, Bowman, Murphy, Mills, W. Stephens ROW EIGHT: Tucker, Wheat, Bishop, Lone, lawson. 3:ii :!ti ROW ONE: Left to Right; Green, Ellis, Chapman, Chase, Barlow, Cox, Turpin, Benefield, Berg, Cagle, Godwin, Beverly, Bonds, Little, Caton, Lawhon, Dean, Herren . ROW TWO; Barham, Word, M. Jones, Bellamy, Lee, Lasseter, Lew, Gaines, Wolfe, Hawkins, Gibson, K. Jones, Moorer, Rociland, Sims, Moore, Hollingsworth, Keim, Smith, Morris, Porter, senioR nuRses MARIE BARLOW BETTY McDANIEL BARHAM EARLENE BELLAMY LULABELL BENEFIELD ALICE BERG WILLIE RUTH BEVERLY VIRGINIA BONDS CORA LEE CAGLE PAT CATON JOY CHAPMAN EDITH CHASE MELBA COX VIRGINIA DEAN PEGGY ELLIS RUBY MIXON FREEMAN MARJORIE EVANS GAINES BETTY GIBSON MARY ALICE GODWIN MARGARET GREEN BETTY HAWKINS CAROLYN HERREN HELEN HOLLINGSWORTH LORENE JONES MILDRED JONES JOAN KEIM ALICE LASSETER NEOMA LAWHON LAURA JEAN LEE MARY JEAN LITTLE LOUISE HOLSTON MOORE LeELLA MOORER RUBY MORRIS JACQUELINE PARTEN MARY NELL RAGLAND BARBARA SIMS KATIE LOU SMITH KATHERYN TEW ALICE TURPIN PEGGY WOLFE MILDRED WORD fReshman nuRses LANIE BATES CHRISTINE BICE NELLA J. BOOTHE ELIZABETH BOWEN GRACE BROWN GYPSEY BROWNING IDA BELL BUNT BOBBIE J. CROOK GLORIA DODD DELIA HAISTEN GAYNOR HILTON SUE HITT ORA MAY HORTON EULENE KENNEDY EARLINE NOLES DORIS PASSONS RACHEL POE MABLE POOVEY NELLIE ROBINSON ELOISE SINGLETON HILDA SPENCE RUBY LEE STOLZ GLORIA TURNER ONZELLE WAKEMAN JOY WHITE JOYCE WHITE MARY E. WHITEHEAD JOYCE WILKES Page 110 ROW ONE: Left to Right: Dodd, Lowery, McCorty, Cory, Shell, Fox, O ' TooU, Crenshaw, Swonson Wheeler, Anthony, Bobo, McKinley. ROW TWO: VIck, Bolt, Mixon, Smith, Ellis, ]unioR nupses GRACE ANTHONY DOROTHY BOBO HELEN BOLT MARY ANN CRENSHAW IVAN DODD MARY HELEN ELLIS DOLORES FOX ELSIE JO CORY HEWLETT JEAN LOWERY FRANCES COOK McCARTY DELORIS McKINLEY LOUISE MIXSON KATIE O ' TOOLE LOUISE SCHELL ELIZABETH SMITH JANE SWANSON SUE, VICK DORIS WHEELER ROW ONE: Left to Right: Noles, Robinson, Stolz, Pooney, Kennedy, Burt, Wokemon, Botes ROW TWO: Browning, Haisten, Bowen, Brown, Whitehead, Joyce White, Hilton, Joy While, Parsons, Bice RO W THREE: Crook, Wilkes, Hitt, Spence, Singleton, Boo!he, Roe, Horton. medical technoloqists Polly Armstrong Martha Bailey Carolyn Baker Marguerite Dean Georgia Ensign Anne Findley Lucy Finley Mary Luella Foley Gloria Goode Dorothy Gray Frances Hall Catherine Hartley David Hatcher Rebecca Martin Giorici Sabalini Jackson Shores Eoline McGowan Jane Wicht ROW ONE: Hall, So Finley batini. Dean, Gray, Ensign, Hartley . . . ROW TWO: Foley, Armstrong, Goode, Findley, ROW THREE: Shores, Wicht, McGowan, Baker, Bailey, Martin, Hatcher. RAdlOlOQICAl technicians James Brown Margaret Frederick Corine Godwin C. A. Hales John Jordan Virginia Lay Johanne Mallard Ann Phares Lucille Schell Betty Shaw Buford Smith llaweon Smith Toxey Stillwell Gail Stoddard Anne Wadeson I i ROW ONE: Schell, Mallard, Godwin, Shaw, lay, Frederick ROW TWO: Brown, Hales, Jordan ROW ONE: Boggan, McNeal, Hall . . . ROW TWO: Townsend, Franzke, Norris, Molowski, Theriot, Fitzgerald, Simpson, Harrison, Doss . . . ROW THREE: Dyson, Manning, Seale, Grubbs, Donley, Brady, Corkrean. anaesthetists ( p ' i Bernice Brady Ruth Britt Elizabeth Corkrean Edith Doss Helen Donley Marian Dyson Doris Ferguson Ruby Fitzgerald Frances Grubbs Effie Malkowski Annie Laurie Harrison Margaret Y. Latimer Wilma Lee Manning Betty Lee Norris Wilma Christine Simpson Harrietta Smith Ora Stephens Sarah Townsend Dr. Alice McNeal Dr. Y. L. Hall Albert Boggan Mrs. Vernie W. 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Poe Shelnutt Unkenholz Wilson Maraman Noonan Raley Smith Moore Ogilvie Roberts Stapleton Mitchell Owen Robertson, M. E. Stowers Munn Murphy Peebles Perrrn Robertson, T. H. Rowe Stuart Thompson Vaughn Windham Vuldy Wood Waddel Woodall Wallace Woody McDonald Peyton Sasnett Towne Watkins Wright UNIVERSITY ALUMNI HALL WAS DEDICATED BY CHANCELLOR DENNY HOMECOMING Page 7 Law school Adams Arnold Beaird Breland Camp Cole Albea Austin Beasley, M. J. Brewer Cannon Colvin, G. D. Alexander Allen Bailey Baker Beasley, W. M. Belhea Bridges Brogden Cassody Cherry Colvin, S. B Cornett Allison Barnard Beviil Brown Childers Crawford Alton Barnes Boggs Burnham Cleveland, C. D. Crenshaw Anton Barnett, A. V. Bowers Byors Cleveland, M. O. Davis Armbrecht Barnett, G. E. Brcssell Cameron Cloud Dearmon WILLIAM M. HEPBURN RESIGNED TO ASSUME DEANSHIP OF EMORY LAW SCHOOL Page 120 the Uw school ADAMS, NON QUINCY; Mobile; Delta Kappa Epsilon,- Bama Day Chairman, 1949; Phi Delta Phi; Jasons; Quad- rangle; Who ' s Who ALBEA, J. WOODROW; Piedmont; Phi Alpha Delta ALEXANDER, MELTON LEE; Birmingham; Rifle Team ALLEN, WILLIAM H.; Louisville, Ky. . ALLISON, WILLIAM; Library, Pa.; Delta Tau Delta; Druids; Phi Alpha Delta; Pep Squad - ALTON, ROBERT MITCHELL; Tallassee; Pi Kappa Alpha , ANTON, JAMES E.; Jasper ARMBRECHT, WILLIAM HENRY, III; Spring Hill; Delta Kappa Epsilon. BRELAND, EDWIN DEWITT; Heiberger; Theta Xi . BREWER, ALBERT PRESTON; Decatur; Delta Sigma Phi BRIDGES, OWEN; Montevallo; Phi Delta Phi . BRODGEN, HIRAM JENKINS; Andalusia; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Alpha Delta BROWN, ALTON R., JR.; Guntersville; Phi Delta Theta BURNHAM, H. R.; Piedmont BYARS, WALTER RYLAND; Birmingham; Sigma Chi CAMERON, GEORGE WILLIAMS, JR.; Montgomery; Pi Kappa Phi. ARNOLD, MARY DALE; Savannah, Co.; Zeta Tau Alpha; WABP; Pep Squad . . AUSTILL, JERE, JR.; Springhill; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi . . BAILEY, OLIVE PEARL; Birmingham; Secretary, Senior Class; Beta Sigma Omicron BAKER, JAMES WILLIE; Owens Cross Roads BARNARD, GEORGE SMITH, JR.; Ozark BARNES, JOHN R.; Florence; Phi Alpha Delta BARNETT, ALLISON V.; Florence; Sigma Chi , BARNETT, GEORGE E.; Florence; Phi Gamma Delta. CAMP, NELSON; Arab; Delta Chi CANNON, ROBERT ENOCH; Opp; Lambda Chi Alpha CASSADY, JOE CALVIN; Glenwood; Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Alpha Delta CHERRY, WILLIAM ROY; Dothan; Pi Kappa Alpha; Corolla CHILDERS, BENJAMIN M. MILLER; Selmo; Kappa Alpha CLEVELAND, CHARLES DOUGLAS; Sylacaugc Sigma Nu; C-W CLEVELAND, MELFORD OLIVER; Wilton Delta Chi; Editor, Law Review; Farrah Order of Jurisprudence Phi Alpha Delta; Druids: Justice, Student Supreme Court CLOUD, EARL EDWARD; Huntsville. BEAIRD, JAMES RALPH; Gadsden; Theta Xi; IRC; Student Forum; UN Council; Pep Squad BEASLEY, MONROE JACK; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Alpha Delta . , . BEASLEY, WALTON MICHEL, JR.; University; Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi; Scabbard Blade BETHEA, RUFUS H.; Atlanta, Go.; Phi Gamma Delta BEVILL, JAMES K.; Town- ley; Alpha Sigma Phi BOGGS, WILLIAM PYRLE; Selma Chi Phi; Cotillion Club BOWERS, ROBERT LAMAR Gadsden; Pi Kappa Phi; Vice-President, Blackfriars, 1948-49 Treasurer, Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Alpha Delta BRASSELL GEORGE C; Montgomery; Phi Alpha Delta. COLE, HOMER FRANKLIN, JR.; Fort Payne COLVIN, GERALD DEWITT; Jasper; Phi Alpha Delta COLVIN, SERENA BOYKIN; Oakman; Farrah Order of Jurisprudence; Law Review; Clerk, Low School; Executive Council, Law School CORNETT, HOMER W.; Phenix City; Phi Alpha Delta; Vice-President, Senior Class, Law School CRAWFORD, THOMAS NEWTON, JR.; Birmingham; Kappa Sigmo; Phi Delta Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon; Spanish Club . . CRENSHAW, JACK H.; Meridian, Miss.; Phi Alpha Delta; Farrah Order of Jurisprudence; Low Review , . DAVIS, HARREL LEON; Tuscaloosa . . . DEARMON, JIMMIE DUMONT; Bastrop, Tex.; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Alpha Delta. Hepburn memorial banquet Barristers — bar to bar y ' .JiL .. »t C t ' 2?t:,» - it " ' - iw f) It m _„Jk.. Downing Gammadge Greer Harrell Holladay James Denslen Gann Griffin Heard Holt Jasper %: ?«Mh A . • S! " ? ,5 1 -V Ferrell Gee Hairston Hester Hood Johnson V Fife Gillian Hall Hill Morton Jordan, A. B. k: 1 » Forman Foster Gilmore Graves Hamilton Hamner Hocklander Hodges Houston Howell Jordan, R. V. King, J. D. AN ADDITION TO LAW SCHOOL ' S FARRAH HALL WAS COMPLETED LAST SUMMER Page 122 the law school DONALDSON, JOHN WEBB, JR.; Bessemer; Kappa Alpha; Scabbard Blade DOSTER, CHARLES S., JR.; Birming- ham; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Delta Phi; Law Review . . . DOWNING, MAURICE ALBERT, SR.; Mobile; Phi Alpha Delta . . ENSLEN, DAVID McKAY; Mobile; Phi Kappa Sigma FERRELL, JOHN PELHAM; Seole; Low Review; Secretary- Treasurer, Junior Class FITE, WILLIAM BAXTER; Hamil- ton; Kappa Alpha; Phi Alpha Delta FORMAN, JAMES LEONIDAS; Springville; Sigma Nu FOSTER, HENRY B.; Atlanta, Ga.; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Delta Phi. HANVEY, FRANK WOOD; Heflin; Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Alpha Delta HARDUVEL, ARTIE THEODORE; Birmingham; Alpha Sigma Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Assistant Editor, 1950 Corolla; Cotillion Club; Pep Squad HARRELL, SIDNEY MOXEY; Sunflower HEARD, WILLIAM M.; Mobile . HESTER, DOUGLAS B.; University; Law Review; Spanish Club HILL, THOMAS BOV EN; Montgomery; Alpha Tau Omega; Debate Squad; Druids; Quadrangle; Tau Kappa Alpha; Canterbury Club; YMCA . , HOCKLANDER, JOE MONROE; Chickasaw; Kappa Sigma HODGES, GEORGE WILLIS, JR.; Ashville; Delta Sigma Phi; Pi Sigma Alpha; Phi Alpha Theta. FOWLER, EDWARD PHILLIPS; Hackleburg; Pi Kappa Phi , GAMBLE, JOSEPH; Tuscaloosa; Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Alpha Delta; Alpha Kappa Psi , - GAMMAGE, EMIL LAMAR; Cedartown, Go.; Sigma Chi . . . GANN, JAMES G., JR.; Birmingham; Phi Kappa Sigmo; Alpha Pi Mu; Philos; Pi Tau Chi; Cotillion Club . , GEE, DON PAUL; St. Petersburg, Fla.; Phi Kappa Sigma . . . GILLIAN, EARL; Boaz - . . GILMORE, WYMAN OSCAR; Silas GRAVES, EUGENE HAMITER; Eufaula; Sigma Nu. GREEN, HERBERT MONROE; Bessemer; Sigma Alpha Mu . . , GREENE, LOUIS GEORGE; University; Sigma Nu; Phi Alpha Delta GREER, LAWRENCE E.; Birmingham; Phi Alpha Delta GRIFFIN, MALVERN U., JR.; Huntsville; Delta Kappa Epsilon; President, Delta Kappa Epsilon . . . HAIRSTON, WILLIAM B.; Birmingham; Alpha Tau Omega; Vice-President, Quadrangle; Law School Representative, SGA; Jasons; Who ' s Who; President, Alpha Tau Omega HALL, CARL B.; Red Level; Phi Delta Phi HAMILTON, WILLIAM AMOS; Birmingham; Kappa Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Theta Tau; Pep Squad HAMNER, LEWIS H., JR.; Camp Hill; Delta Chi; Phi Alpha Delta. HODGKINS, ROBERT W.; Birmingham; Delta Chi; Wesley . . , HOGAN, ROSCOE B.; Birmingham; Sigma Nu; Gradu- ate Instructor in Radio Arts HOLLADAY, HUGH EDWIN; Pell City; Chi Phi; President, Phi Alpha Delta HOLT, JOHN NEAL; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; Quadrangle; Phi Delta Phi; Pep Squad; President, Kappa Alpha . HOOD, GRIGSBY SIBLEY; Birmingham; Sigma Nu; Post President, Sigma Nu HORTON, MERRILL QUENTIN; Fort Payne; Delta Sigma Phi; Interfraternity Council; President, Delta Sigma Phi HOUSTON, JOSEPH MARTIN; Springhill; Chi Phi HOWELL, GEORGE WASHINGTON; Monte- vallo; Pi Kappa Alpha; Law Review; Pi Mu Epsilon; A-Club; President, Pi Kappa Alpha. HOWTON, WILLIAM CHESLEY, JR.; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; Scabbard Blade; Alpha Phi Omega; Outstanding Artillery Cadet HUNDLEY, RICHARD LOWE; Decatur JAMES, WALTER JOE, JR.; Haleyville; Phi Alpha Delta JASPER, JOSEPH JAMES; Trussville JOHNSON, THOMAS MARTIN; Birmingham; Phi Alpha Delta JORDAN, ALBERT BERNARD; Headland JORDAN, RICHARD VANN; Bessemer KING, JAMES DAVIS, JR.; Northport; Black Warrior Flying Club. Philosophical Law student Lawyers will try anything iSS t ' -g-- ft ' ' . k erj King, J. T. Lorant McGowin Owens Powell, J. K. Rod en Knight Maxwell McLendon Palmer Price Rudulph Klinefelter Messick Nabors Parker Pritchard Rutland Leo Moore Nesmith Perdue Proctor Salmon Leslie Morrison Nolen Phillips Propst Sanderson Lester Murphree O ' Connell Poole Reynolds Sankey Lewis McDonald O ' Neal Porter Ritchey Sauls Loeb McGinty Owen Powell, F. A. Rivers Semple PROFESSOR M. LEIGH HARRISON BECAME DEAN OF LAW SCHOOL IN FEBRUARY Page 124 the law school KING, JOHN THOMAS; Birmingham; Alpha Tau Omega; President, SGA; Vice-President, ODK; President, Quadrangle; President, Alpha Tau Omego; Pep Squad; Interfraternity Council; YMCA; Who ' s Who KNIGHT, HAROLD PARKER; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha; Secretary, IRC; BSD; Pep Squad KLINEFELTER, JAMES LOUIS; Tuscaloosa; Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Alpha Theta . LEE, WALTER J., JR.; Mobile; Farrah Order of Jurisprudence; Law Review; Phi Alpha Delta; Secretary, Hepburn Portrait Committee; Execu- tive Council, Law School; Executive Council, AIA LESLIE, THOMAS BASS, Huntsville; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Delta Phi; Law Review . , LESTER, JOHN RUSH, JR.; Home- wood; Kappa Alpha LEWIS, THOMAS EDWARD; Tus- caloosa; Phi Eta Sigma . . LOEB, B. FRANK; Montgomery; Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Druids; Jasons; Law Review; Farrah Order of Jurisprudence. LORANT, JERRY NICK; Birmingham; Alpha Sigma Phi; Philos; Pep Squad; Interfraternity Council , . MAXWELL, ROBERT H.; Atmore; Sigma Chi; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; Phi Alpha Delta; Pep Squad . - MESSICK, WILEY SANDERS; Abbeville; Delta Sigma Pi; Quadrangle; Scabbard Blade; BSU; Cotillion Club; AIA . MOORE, L. VICTOR; Birmingham; Alpha Tau Omega; ODK . . MORRISON, MACLIN FOWLER; Cullman; Phi Kappa Sigma; Law School Representative to SGA; Phi Alpha Delta; Quad- rangle; Corolla Staff Photographer; Rammer Jammer; Alpha Phi Omega; Secretary, Scabbard Blade; Cadet Officers Club; Delta Sigma Pi; Great Greeks; Interfraternity Council; Secretary-Treasurer, Junior Class; 1949 Homecoming Com- mittee; Who ' s Who . . MURPHREE, CHARLES LEROY; De- catur; Delta Chi . . McDONALD, STERLING PAINE, III Roanoke; Chi Phi; Delta Sigma Pi McGINTY, JAMES S. Frisco City; Delta Sigma Phi; Law School Executive Council President, Delta Sigma Phi; Vice-President, Alpha Phi Omega Historian, Quadrangle; Delta Sigma Pi; Interfraternity Coun- cil; 1949 Law Day Committee. McGOWIN, JOSEPH JACKSON; Troy; Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon; Phi Alpha Delta McLENDON, CLYDE PATTERSON; Montgomery; Law School Executive Council; Phi Alpha Delta; Law Review NABORS, OLLIE WILSON; Glencoe; Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Alpha Delta; ODK; Quadrangle; Farrah Order of Jurisprudence; President, Pi Kappa Phi; Chairman, 1949 Low Day; Prosecutor, Law School; Law Re- view; Who ' s Who NESMITH, CARL DALTON; Blounts- ville NOLEN, JACK MERRILL; Ashland; Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Alpha Delta O ' CONNELL, EDWARD, JR.; Bir- mingham; Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Alpha Delta; President, Dignitaries at the game Interfraternity Council; Alpha Kappa Psi; Men ' s Glee Club; Alpha Phi Omega; BWBC; Great Greeks; Pep Squad; Men ' s Spirit Committee; Law Day Committee; Who ' s Who . . O ' NEAL, DUDLEY LEE, JR.; Andalusia; Kappa Sigma . . . OWEN, ROBERT HUBERT; Birmingham; Delta Chi; Phi Eta Sigma; Hodnette Award, 1947; Druids; Quadrangle; Scabbard Blade; Delta Sigma Pi; Secretary-Treasurer, Jasons; Vice- President, YMCA; President, Delta Chi; SGA Executive Cabi- net. OWENS, JAMES BENTLEY, JR.; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha PALMER, GEORGE D.; Tuscaloosa PARKER, ROBERT; Birmingham; Delta Chi; Cotillion Club; President, Delta Chi PERDUE, HARRY HARBIN, JR.; Greenville; Sigma Chi; Alpha Phi Omega; Pep Squad PHILLIPS, JOHN RUFUS; Oxford POOLE, ELISHA CALVIN; Green- ville; Sigma Nu PORTER, CHARLES EDWARD; Georgiano; Pi Kappa Phi; Vice-President, SGA; Law Review; Homecom- ing Chairman, 1948; Phi Alpha Delta; Who ' s Who; Farrah Order of Jurisprudence; ODK POWELL, FRED ARTHUR; Birmingham. POWELL, JOHN KEY; Tuskegee; SAE PRICE, RALPH; Clayton PRITCHARD, WILLIAM SHELTON, JR.; Birming- ham; Phi Delta Theta PROCTOR, GRADY BURNS, JR.; Enterprise; Sigma Nu; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; Quad- rangle; Cotillion Club; Vice-President, Scabbard Blade; Vice-President, Interfraternity Council; Vice-President, Fresh- man Class PROPST, RALPH GLENN; Gadsden REYNOLDS, J. ALLEN, JR.; Montgomery; Phi Delta Theto; Phi Delta Phi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Eta Sigma; President, ODK; Who ' s Who; President, Phi Delta Theta , - . RITCHEY, FERRIS SALEM; Birmingham; Law Review; Phi Eta Sigmo; Blockfriors; Scabbard Blade RIVERS, GEORGE EDWARD; Boaz; Theta Xi; President, Student Forum; IRC; Pep Squad; Execu- tive Committee, UN Council; President, Theta Xi. RODEN, EMMETT N., Tuscaloosa; Phi Alpha Delta; Who ' s Who; Sigma Tau Delta RUDULPH, WILLIAM CAFFEY; Montgomery; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Quadrangle RUTLAND, W. T. GOODLOE; Cherokee; Kappa Alpha; Rho Alpha Tau; Druids; Quadrangle; Jasons; President, YMCA SALMON, JOSEPH THADDEUS; Auburn; Kappa Sigma SANDERSON, LEW ALMAN, JR.; Montgomery SANKEY, NEWMAN CRUMPTON; Montgomery; Sigma Nu SAULS, EDWARD T.; Mobile; Phi Delta Theto; Phi Delta Phi SEMPLE, THOMAS DARRINGTON, III; Armonk, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Shannon Strickland Turner Wore Williams, G. K. Shcrbutf Tarrant Vaden Weaver Williams, J. W. Smith, M. D. Taylor, H. N. Vance Webb Willson Smith, V. Taylor, I. L. Vann Whiddon Wilson Snoddy Taylor, J. H. Vines White Wood Speaks Thompson, J. E. Walker Whitesell Worthy Sprinkle Thompson, W. A. Waller White-Spunner Wright, H. J. Stokes Torbet Walton Wilkinson Wright, H. THE SOUTHEASTERN DEBATE CONFERENCE MET HERE IN THE WINTER QUARTER Page 126 the Uw school SHANNON, SAM RAY; Birmingham,- Pi Kappa Alpha; Pershing Rifles; Debate Squad; Druids . SHARBUTT, JAMES HUGHSTON; Vincent; Phi Alpha Delta . . SMITH, MAURY D.; Samson; Sigma Nu; Quadrangle; Tau Kappa Alpha; Chairman, Spirit Planning Committee SMITH, VIRGIL (MACK); Leesburg SNODDY, THOMAS EDD; Double Springs; Pi Kappa Phi SPEAKS, FRANCIS WILLIAM; Clanton , SPRINKLE, JACK W.; Mobile; Rammer Jammer STOKES, JACKSON W.; Elba; Pi Kappa Phi. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fayette; Pi Kappa Alpha. WALTON, WILLIAM O., JR.; La- STRICKLAND, JAMES T.; Mobile TARRANT, EMMETTE SAUNDERS; Birmingham; Sigma Nu TAYLOR, H. NEIL; Phil Campbell . . TAYLOR, IRVIN LEE; Birmingham; Kappa Sigma TAYLOR, JOHN H., JR.; Birmingham; Phi Gamma Delta , THOMPSON, JAMES E.; Cullman; Delta Sigma Phi; Pep Squad THOMPSON, WILLIAM A., JR.; Bir- mingham TORBET, JACK WHITFIELD; Linden; Sigma Nu; Phi Alpha Delta. TURNER, ALTON LEE; Luverne; Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Alpha Delta; Forrah Order of Jurisprudence; Homecoming Com- mittee; Phi Eta Sigma; Cotillion Club; Low Review; President, Pi Kappa Phi; Who ' s Who VADEN, ANDREW C; Tus- caloosa . - VANCE, ROBERT SMITH; Birmingham; Delta Chi; Alpha Phi Omega VANN, DAVID J.; Auburn; President, Blackfriors, 1948-49; Philos . ViNES, CLAUDE C, JR.; Mt. Olive; Delta Tau Delta WALKER, JERRY; Huntsville . WALLER, BOGUE MAULTSBY; Montgomery; WARE, ROBERT FRED; Millry WEAVER, MACON L.; Tuscaloosa; Phi Alpha Delta; President, Law School WEBB, DOUGLAS SCHELLING; Tuscaloosa WHIDDON, DURELL; Webb; Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Alpha Delta WHITE, JAMES ROBERT; Birmingham; Regimental Commander, ROTC, 1947 WHITESELL, CALVIN M.; Bainbridge, Ga.; Pi Kappa Phi WHITE-SPUNNER, CHARLES SANDYS; Mo- bile; Alpha Tau Omega WILKINSON, JOSEPH EDGAR; Selmo; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Alpha Delta; Pershing Rifles. WILLIAMS, GEORGE KILLOUGH, JR.; Spring Hill; Farrah Order of Jurisprudence; Phi Alpha Delta; Low Review; Wesley Council; Pi Tau Chi; University Religious Council WILLIAMS, JAMES V .; Guntersville; Phi Delta Theta WILLSON, ERNEST CHARLES; Columbus, Go.; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Eta Sigma WILSON, WALTER STUART; Bay Minette; Alpha Tau Omega , WOOD, BASIL A., JR.; Bir- mingham; Phi Delta Theta . WORTHY, JERRY D.; Fyffe; Executive Council, SGA; Chairman, SGA Civic Committee; Secretary, Quadrangle; Alpha Gomma Rho WRIGHT, HARVEY JACKSON; Guntersvi lle; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Delta Phi WRIGHT, HUBERT HARVEY; Guin; Alpha Tau Omega; Clerk, Law School, Phi Delta Phi; Alpha Phi Omega; Philos. Supe store bulletin board Spring political publicity I senioR clAss ■ ' I i the senioR class ABBOTT, WILLIAM L.; Geneva; Pi Kappa Phi; Commerce; Interfraternity Council ADAMS, RICHARD ODELL; Weogufko; Commerce; Westminster; Commerce Association; AIA . - ALEXANDER, JOE R.; Bear Creek; Commerce , , . ALFORD, CHARLES AARON; Birmingham; Theta Chi; A S; Phi Etc Sigmo; Alpha Epsilon Delta ALLEN, JOHN D.; Anniston; Alpha Sigma Phi; Engineering; Mucker ' s Club; St. Pat ' s ALLEN, WILLIAM REID, JR.; Montgomery; Engineer- ing; St. Pat ' s; AIEE . . . ALLEN, WILLIAM WYNNE; Birmingham; Kappa Sigma; A S; WABP; Wesley Choir. ALTMAN, DOROTHY ELIZABETH; York; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S; Pep Squad; Zeta Phi Eto; IRC; Debate Squad AMBROSE, C. E., JR.; Centreville; Commerce; Commerce As- sociation , . ANDERSON, DALE ENLOE; Meridian, Miss.; Kappa Sigma; Commerce . ANDREWS, JAMES EDWIN; Prichard; Phi Kappa Sigma; Commerce ANDREWS, THOMAS GAIL; El Dorado, N. M.; Engineering; St. Pot ' s APPEL, NANCY ELEANORE; Highland Park, III.; Pi Beta Phi; A S; Spanish Club; C-W , . APPLEGATE, NEIL JOSEPH; Milltown, N. J.; A S; IRC. APPLEYARD, HOMER M.; Tuscaloosa; Engineering . . ARENDALE, RUBY ALICE; Birmingham; Commerce; Girls Spirit Committee ARNO, BENJAMIN JAY; Columbus, Go.; Zeta Beta Tau; Commerce; Business Manager, 1950 Corolla; Busi- ness Manager, 48-49 A-Book; ODK; Jasons; Druids; Scabbard Blade; Pershing Rifles; Great Greeks; Who ' s Who ARNOLD, ELIZABETH; Cedar Bluff; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; YWCA ARONWETZ, BERNARD; Peterson, N. J.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Engineering; Alpha Pi Mu; AIIE; St. Pat ' s; Hillel; Pep Squad ASQUITH, ROBERT CHARLES; Selmo; Engineering; Theta Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; AIEE; St. Pot ' s . . . ATKINS, JANE; Heflin; Chi Omega; A S. AUSTIN, EDWARD C, JR.; Prichard; A S AYERS, DUKE; Hodges; Engineering; AIEE AYRES, JESSE A.; Fayette; Delta Tau Delta; A S; Press Club; Sigma Delta Chi; Pep Squad; Interfraternity Council; C-W; Varsity Baseball . AZAR, ZACK N., JR.; Montgomery; A S; President, Newman Club BAGNUK, WILLIAM WESLEY; Brooklyn, N. v.; Theta Xi; Engineering; ASME; St. Pat ' s; IRC BAILEY, BETTY FORREST; Montgomery; Kappa Delta; A S; YWCA BAILEY, BOYD LEE; Keener; A S. BAILEY, EVELYN GRACE; Coker; Education BAIN, HAROLD EMERSON; Cullman; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S; Tau Kappa Alpha; IRC; Druids; Student Religious Council; Great Greeks . BAINS, JACK MARTIN; Oneonto; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce BAKER, JUANITA; Charleston, S. C; Delta Delta Delta; Education; Pep Squad BAKER, JOHN EARL; Decatur; Engineering; AIEE; St. Pat ' s . BALENTINE, BILLIE MILTON; Greenville, S. C; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Com- merce BALL, JOE LLOYD; Tuscaloosa; Commerce; Com- merce Association; Pep Squad. BALL, SAM HOOD, JR.; Tuscaloosa; Engineering . . . BALLARD, JOHN THOMAS; Mobile; Theta Chi; Commerce BARNARD, MRS. MURIEL ELAINE; Tuscaloosa; Education BARNES, MRS. LYDA C; Florence; Education . . . BARTON, FRANCIS B.; Clinchco, Va.; Engineering BARTON, MORRIS, JR.; Selmo; Zeta Beta Tou; A S . . . BARZE, KEITH E.; Daytona Beach, Flo.; Delta Chi; A S; President, YMCA, 1945; Business Manager, A-Book, 1945; Blackfriars; WABP. BATES, JOE CLIFFORD, JR.; Birmingham; Phi Kappa Sigmo; Commerce; Corolla; Pep Squad BAXTER, JOHN GAINES; Chickasaw; Commerce BEAL, SCOTT RHYNE; Gastonio, N. C; Theta Chi; Commerce; Delta Sigma Pi; Beta Alpha Psi BEALL, JAMES F.; Montgomery; Commerce BEARDEN, JOSEPH NOAH, JR.; Marion; Commerce; Beta Alpha Psi; Commerce Association; Cadet Officers Club , . . BEARDEN, JOSEPH REUBEN, JR.; Maplesville; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; AIEE , . . BEAVERS, FRED WILLIAM; Cuba; Alpha Tau Omego; A S. Santa at O D K banquet and Mrs. Claus Bagnuk Baker, J. E. Barton, F. Bearden, J. N. Allen, W. R. Appel Asquith Bailey, B. F. Balentine Barton, M. Bearden, J. Allen, W. W. Applegate Atkins Bailey, B. L Ball, J. Barze Beavers IN JUNE, BAMA GRADUATED THE LARGEST CLASS IN HER 118 -YEAR HISTORY the senioR class BECKER, ELAINE; Bessemer,- Sigma Delta Tau; A S BELL, LUCIAN BRYAN, JR.; Tampa, Flo.; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Engineering; AIEE; St. Pat ' s; Pep Squad . BELLANDE, WILLIAM L.; Birmingham; Delta Chi; A S , BENDER, ALVIN JAY; Dothan; Sigma Alpha Mu; A S; Vice-President, Sigma Alpha Mu; Interfraternity Council; Cotillion Club; 1949 Bama Day Committee BENNETT, WILLIAM GEORGE; Birming- ham; Sigma Nu; Commerce BENSON, FRANK DORSEY; Montgomery; Pi Kappa Phi; A S; Alpha Epsilon Rho BERG, GORDON HOWARD; Portland, Ore.; Commerce. BERLIN, ELAINE PEGGY; Montgomery; Education; Kappa Delta Pi; President, Senior Class; Girls Spirit Committee BERMAN, MERLE JACK; Farrell, Pa.; Kappa Nu; A S BERNSTEIN, WILLIAM ERWIN; Birmingham; Zeta Beta Tau; Homecoming Chairman, 1949; Treasurer, Cotillion Club, 1948- 49; Business Manager, Cotillion Club, 1949-50; Chairman, 1949 and 1950 Corolla Beauty Balls; Spirit Planning Com- mittee; Secretary, Zeta Beta Tau BETHEA, CECIL EARLE, JR.; Birmingham; A S BICKLEY, MARGARET ALICE; Tus- caloosa; Kappa Delta; Home Economics; YWCA; Caroline Hunt Club BINION, CHARLES EDWARD; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; AIIE; SAME . . . BLACKBURN, LOWRY; Celima, Tenn.; Engineering. BLACKMON, BENJAMIN THOMAS; Forrest City, Ark.; Kap- pa Sigma; A S BLAKE, WILLIAM HOWELL; Birmingham; Commerce; Alpha Kappa Psi . BLAKENEY , SARAH EUNICE; Tuscaloosa; Education BLASS, ALEX BRYAN, JR.; Monroeville; Commerce BLATSIOS, MARJORIE lONA; Dothan; Delta Gamma; A S; YWCA BLUM, LEWIS ISRAEL; Meridian, Miss.; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Commerce; Hillel BOGGS, ELOISE NANCY; Kingsport, Tenn.; Alpha Gam- ma Delta; Education; Pep Squad; YWCA. BOLLMAN, ELIZABETH IRENE; Clarksdole, Miss.; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A S BOMAN, JOY FAYE; Vernon; Edu- cation BONNEY, WALTER ALLAN; Enterprise, Miss.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S; Phi Beta Kappo; Phi Eta Sigma; Quadrangle; President, Alpha Epsilon Delta; Vice-President, Cadet Officers Club; Scabbard Blade . . BOONE, FLOYD EDWARD; Bay Minette; Sigma Phi Epsilon; A S; Press Club; Pep Squad; YMCA BOOTHBY, WALLACE JOHNSON, JR.; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce . . BORCHERS, MARGARET LOUISE; Whittier, Calif.; A S . . . BOSTICK, LEBERT HAROLD; Red Bay; Commerce. BOWDEN, HOLLIS A.; Talladega; Delta Sigma Phi; Chemis- try; Pep Squad; SGE; ASM; Mucker ' s Club; Square Compass Club BOYD, JANE STEWART; Livingston; Education , . . BOYLES, JAMES McGREGOR; Orlando, Fla.; Sigma Nu; A S BRADFORD, CAROLYN MATHILDA; Russellville; Kappa Delta; Chemistry; Girls Spirit Committee; YWCA; Senior Triangle , , BRADLEY, EUGENE H.; Centre; Phi Kappa Sig- ma; A S BRANNAN, PATRICIA; Brewton; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A S; Theta Sigma Phi; Press Club; SGA; Panhellenic BRASSELL, THOMAS E.; Evergreen; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Theta Tau; Chi Epsilon; Pi Mu Epsilon; St. Pat ' s; ASCE. BRASWELL, SAMUEL N.; Demopolis; Commerce BREENE, JOHN EARL; Oil City, Pa.; Commerce BRELAND, JAMES ALLEN; Tuscaloosa; Commerce BRELAND, JAMES E.; Langston; Engineering; Mucker ' s Club BRELAND, RUFUS A.; Langston; Engineering; Mucker ' s Club; AIME BREWER, HELEN KEYES; Greenwood, Miss.; Chi Omega; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; YWCA BRITTON, THOMAS, JR.; Bainbridge, Ga.; Education; Alpha Tau Omega. BRONNES, ROBERT LEWIS; Irvington-on-Hudson, N. Y.; Delta Sigma Phi; Engineering; President, Sigma Gamma Epsi- lon; AIME; ASM , BROWN, DOROTHY LEE; Federals- burg, Md.; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; Press Club; Pep Squad; Canterbury Club , . BROWN, HARRIET W.; Attallo; Alpha Gamma Delta; Education BROWN, JAMES R.; University; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; ASCE BROWN, M. JOYCE; Elmore; Zeta Tau Alpha; Commerce; Pep Squad; Commerce Associa- tion; YWCA BROWN, MARGARET RACHEL; Guntersville; Zeta Tau Alpha; A S; Blackfriars; Corolla; Triangle; Zeta Phi Eta; WABP; Junior AAUW; Alpha Epsilon Rho . . BROWNLEE, SARA BETH; Columbus, Go.; Alpha Xi Delta; Education; Junior AAUW; Wesley. Redcoats roll for rookies Alpha Phi Omega safety exhibit tSraswell Bronnes llande Bernstein Blakeney Bonney Boyles Breland, J. Brown, H. Bender Bethea Blass Boone Bradford Breland, J. E. Brown, J. Bennett Bickley latsios Boothby Bradley Breland, R. Brown, M. J. Benson Berg Binion Blackburn Blum Boggs Borchers Bostick Brannon Brossell Brewer Britton Brown, M. R. Brownlee ALPHA PHI OMEGA AND SGA SPONSORED CAMPUS TRAFFIC SAFETY CAMPAIGN the senioR class BRYANT, LEMUEL HIRAM, JR.; Homewood; Pi Kappa Alpha, Engineering , BRYLA, A. EDWARD; Anniston; Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi; Beta Alpha Psi BUCHANAN, JOHN MANGUN; Tuscaloosa; Commerce BUCKNER, BETTY LOIS; Cincinnati, O.; Pi Beta Phi; A S; C-W; Corolla; Ram- mer Jammer BUNTIN, THOMAS EUGENE; Dothan; Sigma Nu; A S; Spirit Planning Committee; Pep Squad BURGH, JOHN LEE; Hartselle; Engineering; Chairman, IAS; Vice-President, Gamma Alpha Rho BURGOYNE, ALICE ANTOINETTE; State College, Miss.; A S; Westminster; Vice- President, YWCA; Spanish Club; Sigma Delta Pi; University Religious Council. BURKE, BILLY TOM; Anniston; Sigma Nu; Commerce BURLESON, VIRGINIA MARIE; Decatur; Home Economics; Pep Squad BURNS, BEAURY C, JR.; Phi Kappa Sigma; A S BURNS, HARRIET GLENN; Birmingham; Phi Mu; A S; Senior AAUW; President, Canterbury Club; Corolla BURROW, BARBARA NELLE; Jasper; Chi Omega; A S; Theta Sigma Phi; Press Club; Corolla; YWCA BURTON, JOHN HUDSON; Selma; Kappa Sigma; A S BURTON, RAYMOND EUGENE; Tuscaloosa; Commerce. BUSSEY, WALTER EDWIN; Winfield; Commerce BUTLER, FRANK MIDDLETON, JR.; Anniston; Sigma Nu; Engi- neering; President, Tau Beta Pi; Theta Tau; Vice-President, Pi Mu Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Treasurer, AIEE; St. Pat ' s BUTLER, KATHRYN MASON; Mobile; Kappa Delta; Home Economics; YWCA BUTLER, LAWRENCE ELBERT; Suffolk, Va.; A S BYNON, JOHN STEVENSON; America; Com- merce,- Commerce Association CAFFEE, WILLIAM GEORGE, JR.; Vance; Commerce; Sigma Nu CAFFEY, HUGH MADISON; Brewton; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Commerce. CAGLE, CORNELIUS ELMORE, JR.; Stanton; Commerce; Commerce Association CAGLE, WALTER LEONARD; Birmingham; Education; Phi Delta Kappa CAIN, MAXWELL MERRILL; Jasper; Commerce CALDOW, ROZELLA JEANNE; Tuscaloosa; Home Economics CALDWELL, WILLIAM N.; Greensboro; A S CALHOUN, DAVID WILLIAM; Hyattsville, Md.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Com- merce CAMMACK, JEANNETTE FRANCES; Moulton; Education. CAMPBELL, HARVEY BURK; Talladega; Delta Sigma Phi; A S; Scabbard Blade CARLIN, JOHN THOMAS, JR.; Mobile; Sigma Chi; A S CARLSON, NORA-MAE; West- ern Springs, III.; Theta Upsilon; A S; WABP; Secretary-Treas- urer, Alpha Epsilon Rho CARNATHAN, HERBERT GLENN; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; Distinguished Military Student; Cadet Officers Club; WABP CARNATHAN, KENNETH M.; The Dalles, Ore.; Commerce; Delta Sigma Pi; Beta Alpha Psi; Phi Eta Sigma; Commerce Association; Pep Squad CARR, BETTE JUNE; Montgomery; Education; Choral Union; Vocal Ensemble; Glee Club; Spanish Club; Girls Spirit Committee; Pep Squad CARR, JIM BENTON; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Vice- President, Alpha Pi Mu; AIIE; St. Pat ' s; Pep Squad. CARRAWAY, MILDRED PAULINE; Greenwood, Miss.; Home Economics; Treasurer, Phi Upsilon Omicron CARROLL, JOHN W.; Gadsden; Commerce CARSON, ROBERT JONES; Tuscumbio; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Commerce CARTER, ELLIS ANN; Fort Mitchell; Alpha Xi Delta; Education, Pep Squad CARTER, WILLIAM ROBERT, JR.; Repton Sigma Nu; A S CATALDO, CHARLES E.; Birmingham Chemistry; American Chemical Society; Alchemist Club CHAMBERS, RICHARD LEON; Brundidge; Kappa Sigma, A S Secretary, Phi Eta Sigmo; Vice-President, Alpha Phi Omega Druids; Blackfriars; German Club; Spirit Planning Committee Corolla. CHAMPION, FRANK NEWTON; LaPine; Engineering; AIEE; St. Pat ' s; Pep Squad CHASTAIN, LORA DELL; Jackson; A S; Pep Squad; BSU CHEATWOOD, DANIEL F.; Pied- mont; Commerce; Commerce Association CHESNUTT, JAMES HERRING; Tuscaloosa; A S CHIRAFISI, DONALD; New York, N. Y.; Kappa Sigma; Commerce; Beta Alpha Psi CHISLING, MATT S.; Birmingham; A S; Pep Squad; Press Club; Cadet Officers Club , CHRISTOPHER, EDWARD A.; Gadsden; Chi Phi; A S; Pep Squad. Phi Mu atomic power Another Jasons monstrosity WSi ■iv I Ej Bryant Burke Bussey Cagle, C. Campbell Carraway Champion Bryla Burleson Butler, F. Cagle, W. Carlin Carroll Chastain Buchanan Burns, B. Butler, K. Cain Carlson Carson Cheatwood Buckner Burns, H. Butler, L. Caldow Carnathon Carter, E. Chesnutt Buntin Burrow Bynon Caldwell Cornothan, K. Carter. W. Chirofisi Burch burton, J. Coffee Colhoun Corr, B. Cotaldo Chisling Burgoyne Burton, R. Caffey Cammock Corr, J. Chambers Christopher PROFESSOR OSCAR DAHLENE WAS FATALLY STRICKEN AT 1949 HOMECOMING GAME the senioR class CITRANO, SAMMY J.; Huntsville,- A S; Newman Club . . . CLAFFEE, JOSEPH H.; Birmingham; Delta Chi; Engineering CLARK, CHARLES LEE; Elba; Pi Kappa Phi; Commerce; Commerce Association CLARK, FLOYD MATHEW; Annis- ton; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce CLAY, LOUISE; Rogersville; Education; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Mortar Board; Caroline Hunt Club; Triangle CLIFTON, JEANE; Syla- cauga; A S - CLUTHE, BARBARA ANN; Mobile; Phi Mu; A S; Vice-President, AAUW; Pep Squad. COBB, CHARLES R.; Selmo; Phi Delta Theto; Commerce COBB, NELLIE MARTHA; Montgomery; Delta Gamma; A S; Triangle; Zeta Phi Eta; Blackfriors; Treasurer, Mortar Board; Alpha Lambda Delta COFFEE, RICHARD EASTER; Decatur; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce COFFMAN, DORIS G.; Birmingham; Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Omicron Pi COHN, ROBERT; Albany, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha M.u; Commerce; Hillel; Commerce Association COKER, ANNE; Birmingham; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S; Zeta Phi Eta; YWCA; Girls Spirit Committee COKER, ROBERT NORMAN; Florence; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma. COLEMAN, OSCAR LEONIDAS; West Point, Miss ; Sigma Chi; A S; Square Compass; Pep Squad COLLIER, THOMAS, W.; Anniston; Pi Kappa Phi; A S; BSU COLLINS, CAROLEE; Tuscaloosa; Education; Kappa Delta Pi COLLINS, JAMES W.; Dothan; Kappa Sigma; Com- merce COLVERT, BETTY JEAN; Birmingham; Home Eco- nomics COLVIN, CHARLES HENRY, JR.; Lincoln; Delta Siqma Phi; A S; Scabbard Blac ' e COMPTON. WILLIAM; Montgomery; Delta Sigma Phi; Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma; Symphony Orchestra; St. Pot ' s. CONGLETON, JANE HINTON; Richmond, Ky.; Delta Gam- ma; A S; YWCA; Corolla; IRC CONSTANTINE, EMANUEL, T.; Birmingham; A S; Pep Squad; Corolla CONWELL, JOHN W., JR.; Birmingham, Commerce COOK, HARRY; Birmingham; A S; Sigma Delta Chi; Press Club; Wesley; Who ' s Who; Philos; Editor, Crimson-White Committee on Student Life COOK, RICHARD REYNOLDS, Miami, Fla.; Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineering; ASME COPE RAYMOND; Fairfield; Delta Tau Delta; Commerce . . COPELAND, ALBERT W.; Montgomery; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce; Phi Eta Sigmo; Druids; Quadrangle; Jasons; Cotillion Club; SGA Executive Cabinet; Who ' s Who. COPELAND, FRANCES ANNE; Tuscaloosa; Education; Swan Club; Dance Club; Physical Education Club CORNELIUS, OLLIE LEE; Birmingham; Home Economics; Beta Sigma Omicron COULTER, AUBREY CHENOWETH; Tuscaloosa; Engineer- ing; St. Pat ' s COUNTS, JUNE MARIANNE; Florence; Commerce; Phi Chi Theto; Girls Spirit Committee COWAN, RALPH TILLMAN, Sanford, Fla.; Sigma Chi; Com- merce; Pep Squad COX, LOYD CROLEY; Tuscaloosa; Education . COX, RABON B.; Elkmont; A S. CRANFORD, JANIS ELAINE; Tuscaloosa; A S; WABP; Cor- responding Secretary, Blackfriors CRAWFORD, JAMES HOWARD, JR.; Columbiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; Men ' s Glee Club; Cadet Officers Club; Wesley; Distinguished Cadet in ROTC CRENSHAW, JOSEPH N.; Greenville; Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineering; ASME CREW, BILLIE; Crews Depot; Chemistry; Vice-President, Senior Class; Alchemist Club; American Chemical Society CROEN, LAWRENCE SPENCER; Crestwood, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; A S; WABP; Hillel; Pep Squad; C-W; Rammer Jammer; Manager, Tennis Team; Spirit Committee CROSBY, WILLIAM MILLS; Greenville; Phi Delta ThetO; A S CRUMPLER, CARL BOYETTE; Jacksonville, Fla.; Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Phi Eta Sigma; Quadrangle; A-Club. CULBERSON, P. D.; Alexander City; Commerce; . . CURLEE, JOHN COLEMAN, JR.; Sylacaugo; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Druids; Josons; Alpha Kappa Psi; Philos; Student Legislature; Assistant Director, Pep Squad; Commerce Execu- tive Council; Commerce Association; YMCA; Commerce Dean ' s Conference Committee CURRY, LAURA JUNE; Warring- ton, Fla.; Education; Secretary, Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; House President, We ' t Annex; Peo Squad; Wesley DAMASKY, LOUISE; Huntsville; A S DANEHOWER, JUSTUS WILBURN; Birmingham; Engi- neering DANIEL, DONALD WILFRED; Pluckemin, N. J.; A S DAVES, LILLIE MARGARET; Hottiesburg, Miss.; Chemistry; Pasteur Society; V e5ley; Alchemist Club; Girls Spirit Committee. Floating by Corolla building Drink before the shave W-- ' FOUR PRESENTATIONS WERE OFFERED BY THE UNIVERSITY SUMMER THEATER the seniop class DAVIDSON, PAUL J.; Cincinnati, O.; Delta Tau Delta,- Engi- neering,- AIIE; Pep Squad; St. Pat ' s DAVIS, JAMES L.; Decatur; Theta Chi; Commerce; Band; Wesley DAVIS, JAMES L.; Tuscaloosa; Commerce DAVIS, JOSEPH HOMER, Ashford; Pi Kappa Phi; A S; BSU . , - DAVIS. MILDRED VIRGINIA; Moundville; Commerce; Wesley; Pi Tau Chi DAVIS, PASCO; Slocomb; A S DAWKINS, MARY LUCILLE; Birmingham; Zeta Tau Alpha; A S. DAY, FLORENCE; Birmingham; Phi Mu; A S; Treasurer, Theta Sigma Phi; Secretary, Phi Mu; Editor, Homecoming Bulletin; Corolla; Rammer Jammer DEAN, HAROLD D.; Rogersville; A S; AIA DEAN, OSCAR, JR.; Rogersville; Commerce; Delta Sigma Phi; Commerce Association; Pep Squad DEASON, BARBARA; Bessemer; Education; French Club; Pep Squad; Pi Mu Epsilon; Triangle; Cotillion Club DEAVOURS, GEORGE; Jasper; Commerce de CELLE, EDMOND THOMAS; Mobile; Chi Phi; Commerce; President, Blackfriors; Treasurer, Chi Phi DEGOLYER, HENRY ALANSON; Arthurdale, W. Va.; Beta Alpha Psi; Commerce. DENHAM, JAMES L.; Silurio; Sigma Chi DENSON, FRANKLIN O., JR.; Birmingham; Commerce . . DERAMUS, DOROTHY; Birmingham; Kappa Delta; A S DeVORE, JANE; Ozark; Education DICKINSON, DONALD JOSEPH, JR.; Birmingham; Engineering; AIEE; St. Pat ' s , DICKINSON, LOUISE; Opelika; Alpha Delta Pi; Education; Vice-President, Junior AAUW , . , DICKSON, MARY RUTH; Mt. Olive, Miss.; Education. DIFFEE, THOMAS; Grand Bay; Engineering; Pi Tau Sigma; St. Pat ' s; ASME; Chairman, ASME DILLARD, DOROTHY DEAL; Coker; A S DODDS, DAVID WOODWARD; Shef- field; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Phi Mu; St. Pat ' s; AIIE; Westminster DODGE, CHESTER DOUGLAS, JR.; Mcin- tosh; Com merce; Square Compass; Wesley DODGES, ANDREW JOHN; Buffalo, N. Y.; Engineering; Chi Epsilon; ASCE; Newman Club; St. Pat ' s .... DOMINEY, RAYMOND G.; Clayton; Alpha Tau Omega; Commerce; Beta Alpha Psi DOMURAD, HENRY JOSEPH; Shelton, Conn.; Theta Xi; Chemistry; Newman Club; Pasteur Society. DONNINI, JAMES; MICHAEL; University; Engineering; Mucker ' s Club DONOVAN, GERALDINE TALAFLARRO; Mobile; Delta Gamma; A S; YWCA DOSS, BOBBIE; Centreville; Education . , , DOVER, KELLY; Crossville; Com- merce; AIA; Delta Sigma Pi; Square Compass DOWLING, JOHN W.; Mobile; Education DOWLING, ROBERT CHARLES; Mobile; A S DREW, ROBERT A.; Tuscaloosa; Phi Gamma Delta; Education; Track Team. DRIVER, ORVILLE E.; Birmingham; Engineering; St. Pat ' s DUBERMAN, DAVID; Mobile; Kappa Nu; A S; Phi Alpha Theta; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Hillel; IZFA; IRC . , DUBLIN, MARY CLYDE; Madison; Alpha Delta Pi; Education; Triangle; Junior AAUW; Pep Squad . . . DUCK, ROBERT MILTON; Sylocaugo; A S; Publicity and Pro- motion Director, WABP; Pep Squad DUDDY, JOHN AARON, JR.; Grenada, Miss.; Business Manager, Rammer Jam- mer; Spanish Club; IRC; Wesley; Chairman, Spirit Planning Committee; Men ' s Spirit Committee; Quadrangle; Pep Squad; Founder, Football Walk of Fame; Originator, Elephant Freight Fund; Who ' s Who DUKE, WARREN CECIL; Columbiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S DUNBAR, DONAL STEUBEN; Troy; Alpha Tau Omego; A S. DUNCAN, OLIVER H.; Shuqualak, Miss.; Engineering . . . DUNN, SUSAN HOWARD; Bogota, Colombia; Delta Gamma; A S; Canterbury Club DURRETT, MABLE LOUISE; Anniston; Kappa Delta; Education; Pep Squad; YWCA; Ele- mentary Education Council . EDMOND, BEVERLY JEAN; Brent; Home Economics EDMONDSON, ARTHUR THOMAS, JR.; Torboro, N. C; Kappa Sigmo; Education; Pep Squad EDWARDS, DORIS MARIE; Bessemer; A S; Corolla; House President, Byrd Hall; WSGA , EDWARDS, JOSEPH WILLIAM; Marion; A S; President, Alpha Sigma Omega. Sigma Chi obstacle course 1 ' ' Mk, - HL »- l1 ' tt ' IF £...- A i fr ' Davidson Day Denhom Diffee Donnini Driver Duncan Davis, James L. Dean, H. Denson Dillard Donovan Dubermon Dunn Davis, James L. Dean, O. Deramus Dodds Doss Dublin Durrett Davis, J. H. Deason DeVore Dodge Dover Duck Edmond Davis, M. Deovours Dickinson, D. Dodges Dowling, J. Duddy Edmondson Davis, P. deCelle Dickinson, L. Dominey Dowling, R. Duke Edwards, D. Dawkins Degolyer Dickson Domurad Drew Dunbar Edwards, J. SIGMA CHI DERBY WAS BANNED FOR 1950 BY COMMITTEE ON STUDENT LIFE the senioR class EDWARDS, LESLIE MINTON; Anniston; Sigma Alpha Ep- silon; Commerce . . . EDWARDS, WILLIAM, ALBERT; Birming- ham; Phi Gamma Delta; A S; C-W; Press Club; YMCA; Pep Squad EHRLICH, EVERETT F.; Chatham, N. J.; Chemistry; ACS ELLIS, JOHN, JR.; Ohatchee; Chi Phi; A S ELLIS, JOHN HAGOOD; Ft. Deposit; Commerce; Delta Sigma Pi; Boxing Team . , . ELLIS, LENETTE; Birmingham; Education; President, Dance Club; President, Swan Club; Physical Edu- cation Major Club; Spirit Planning Committee; Head Cheer- leader; Miss Collegiate, 1949; Who ' s Who ELLIS, RICHARD ALLAN; Montgomery; Commerce; Pep Squad; Wes- ley Cabinet. ELLIS, THOMAS MARSHALL; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; St. Pat ' s ELWELL, DONALD E.; Weaver; Commerce EMMETT, JAMES ALBERT; Birmingham; A S . ENGLISH, PHILIP GOLDEN; Birmingham; Commerce EPPES, WALTER WATLINGTON, JR.; Meridian; Kappa Alpha; Com- merce ERICKSON, WALTER BENEDICT, JR.; Short Hills, N. J.; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Engineering; St. Pat ' s EUBANK, WILLIAM HILLMAN; Birmingham; Commerce; Pep Squad; Commerce Association. EUBANKS, PAT; Columbus, Go.; Phi Mu; A S ESRIG, IRVING ABRAHAM; Brooklyn, N. Y.; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Com- merce; Philos . . EVANS, HELEN BLANTON; University; Education; Kappa Delta Pi EVANS, RAYMOND; Chicka- saw; Engineering; IAS; St. Pat ' s . . . EVANS, WOODROW W.; Brewton; A S EYRAUD, GEORGE VICTOR; Birmingham; Sigma Nu; A S . , EZELL, JAMES BASCOM; Mobile; Kappa Sigma; Commerce; Pep Squad. FAIL, JAMES MANASCO; Pritchard; Kappa Sigmo; A S FARRIS, HUGH DOUGLAS; Jasper; Phi Gamma Delta; A S FEHN, DORA E.; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Alpha Delta Pi; Home Economics; Blackfriors, Pep Squad FELDMAN, JERRY JACK; New York, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Engineer- ing; Treasurer, Sigma Alpha Mu; IAS; Pep Squad FELIX, NELL HURST; Atlanta, Ga.; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A S;YWCA . . . FELL, CHARLES ALBERT, JR., Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S FENN, ANN ELIZABETH; Nashville, Tenn.; Chi Omega; A S; Corolla; Pep Squad. FENTON, JOHN ELLSWORTH; Elm Grove, W. Vo.; Com- merce FERGUSON, WILLIAM W.; Corrollton; Engineer- ing FERRANTI, ANGELO L.; University; A S; Canterbury Club; American Chemical Society; Square Compass; Ger- man Club . . FERRARO, ARMAND TIM; Westerly, R. I,; Theta Xi; Commerce; Newman Club FERRILL, WESLEY GARNER; Union, Miss.; Commerce; Delta Sigma Pi FERRINO, JOSEPH V.; Boston, Mass.; A S; Newman Club; French Club; AIA FIKES, EVELYN MARIE; Tuscaloosa; Home Economics; Pep Squad; Sweetheart of Theta Chi, 1946- 47; Honey Bowl, 1946-48. FINCH, ROBERT E.; Mobile; Kappa Sigma; Commerce; Pep Squad; Commerce Association FITTS, HENRY GRADY; Meridian, Miss.; Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Commerce Associa- tion . . . FLANIGAN, HORACE, JR.; Roanoke, Va.; Theta Xi; A S; Pep Squad . . . FLOYD, DOROTHY JANE; Atlanta, Ga.; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S . . . FLURRY, JAMES E.; Montgom- ery; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce; Scabbard Blade; Alpha Kappa Psi; Commerce Association; Treasurer, Cadet Officers Club; Treasurer, Phi Gamma Delta , FOLSOM, JAMES AMOS; Pensacola, Flo.; Kappa Sigma; Commerce; Philos; Pep Squad; Commerce Association FOSTER, ELOISE; Tusca- loosa; Commerce; YWCA. FOUNTAIN, CLARENCE CARTER, JR.; Brewton; Sigma Nu; Commerce FRANCO, RUBIN ALBERT; Montgomery; Kappa Nu; Commerce; Rho Alpha Tau; Druids; Interfroternity Council; Beta Alpha Psi; Scabbard Blade; Executive Of- ficer, Pershing Rifles,- President, Kappa Nu; DDK; Who ' s Who FREEMAN, FRANK WEST; Mobile; Commerce FREEMAN, M. LAMAR; Miami, Fla.; Lambda Chi Alpha; Com- merce . FRENCH, CECIL R.; Birmingham; Alpha Tau Omega; Commerce; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi; Scabbard Blade FRENCH, JACQUELINE; Samson; Home Eco- nomics; Pep Squad FROST, MARGARET EUGENIA Gadsden; Alpha Phi; A S; WSGA House of Representatives Panhellenic Council; President, Alpha Phi; Canterbury Club Corolla. Bama bevy of bathing babes Before the big gome the senioR cUss FROST, ROBERT C; Tuscaloosa; Engineering . . . FULGHAM, EUGENE F.; Birmingham; Alpha Tau Omega; Commerce; Beta Alpha Psi . . . FULLER, OLEN ALEXANDER; Birmingham; A S FULMER, ALTON D.,- Florence; Alpha Tau Omega; A S . . . FULTON, JAMES RICHARD; Columbiana; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; C-W; Treasurer, Press Club; Secretary, Pi Kappa Alpha; Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class; Pep Squad; Canterbury Club GALLALEE, LUA VAUGHN LAURA; University; Kappa Delta; A S; Mortar Board; Vice-President, YWCA; Triangle; Secretary-Treasurer, Philos - GANDY, GEORGE EDWARD; Waterbury, Conn.; Theta Xi; A S; Pep Squad; IRC; Philos. GANEY, JEAN; Ft. Myers, Flo.; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Girls Spirit Committee; Pep Squad; Canterbury Club GARCIA, ANDREW RODOLL; Key West, Flo.; Education; Boxing Team GARRETT, ELWOOD; Mont- gomery; Sigma Nu; Engineering; Chi Epsilon; Scabbard Blade; ASCE; SAME; St. Pot ' s GARRETT, FRANCES ANNETTE; Phenix City; A S GARRETT, HELEN H.; Ash- land; Alpha Delta Pi; Commerce; Rammer Jammer; 1949 Corolla Beauty Queen GASTON, BETTYE JO; Mobile; Alpha Xi Delta; A S; Junior AAUW; Pep Squad . . . GATES, ARTHUR FREDERICK; Anniston; Commerce. GAY, BRADFORD HARDIE, JR.; Montgomery; Sigma Nu; Commerce; Pershing Rifles; Commerce Association; Rifle Team 1946; Pep Squad GEBHARDT, H. WARD, JR.; Mobile; Phi Kappa Sigma; Engineering; AIIE; St. Pot ' s GEORGE, H. RICHARD; Harrisonburg, Vo.; Lambda Chi Alpha; Com- merce; Delta Sigma Pi; Scabbard Blade; Rammer Jammer; Men ' s Spirit Committee; Commerce Association; Canterbury Club - GILBERT, ARLENE BETTY; Nashville, Tenn.; Educa- tion; Hillel Council; IZFA; Elementary Council GILBERT, THOMAS v., JR.; Memphis, Tenn.; Pi Kappa Phi; Education; Band; Glee Club; Dan Berry Orchestra GILLESPY, BARBARA BELL; Birmingham; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A S; YWCA; Glee Club; Canterbury Club . GIOVANNI, HARRY FRANK, JR.; Birmingham; Engineering; Tennis Team; Tau Beta Pi; AlChE. GLASS, EDWARD T.; Birmingham; Commerce GLASS, SARAH A.; Birmingham; A S; Alpha Kappa Delta; Phi Beta Kappa GLASS, VIRGINIA PHILLIPS; Gordo; Chi Omega; Commerce; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Chi Theto; Vice-Presi- dent, Mortar Board; Secretary, Commerce Association . . GOODMAN, PHYLLIS MIRIAM; Storkville, Miss.; Sigma Delta Tau; Home Economics; Hillel GORE, PHILIP W.; Uni- versity; Engineering; Phi Eta Sigmo; Tau Beta Pi; ASME; Pi Tau Sigma GOWER, LLOYD GEORGE; Birmingham Commerce GRADEN, JOSEPH CONWAY; Florence Alpha Tau Omego; Engineering; YMCA; Wesley; St. Pat ' s ASME. GRAHAM, CHARLES; Bayou La Batre; Engineering . . . GRAHAM, EVELYN GLADYS; Atmore; Home Economics; Caro- line Hunt Club; Wesley GRAHAM, ROY G.; Irondale, Delta Chi; Engineering; Secretary, AIIE , . GRANGER WALTER C; Bessemer; Delta Chi; Engineering; AIME; St, Pat ' s Vice-President, Delta Chi GRANT, WILLIAM A., JR., Cordova; Phi Delta ThetO; A S; Pep Squad , GRAY, BETTY SUE; Birmingham; Zeta Tau Alpha; Home Economics Pep Squad; Wesley; YWCA GRAY, LEWIS PHILLIP, JR., Anniston; Chi Phi; A S; Rifle Team. GREAVES, JOHN ALBAN; Mobile; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Education GREENE, EVELYN FAYE; Northport; Com- merce GREER, MAC BARTON; Mobile; Sigma Chi; A S GRESHAM, EMMA LAURIA; Tuscaloosa; A S GRIFFIN, EARL; Laurel, Miss,; Commerce; Commerce Association . . . GRIFFIN, JAMES DEMPSEY, JR.; Dothan; Sigma Nu; A S ..GRIMES, SARAH FRANCES; Tuscaloosa; Home Economics. GROSS, CAROLYN McNEILL; Montgomery; Phi Mu; Educa- tion GUENTHER, DARLENE MARIE; Foley; Home Eco- nomics; Westminster; University Religious Council; Caroline Hunt Club; YWCA GUENTHER, QUENTIN PAUL; Foley; A S; Vice-President, Westminster; Treasurer, University Re- ligious Council GUNDERSON, ROBERT M.; Clayton; Com- merce GUNNELLS, L. B.; Gadsden; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon GURWITCH, MAURY; Mobile; Kappa Nu; Commerce; Pep Squad; Vice-President, Kappa Nu; Spirit Planning Committee; Cadet Officers Club GUY, R. MEADE; University; Pi Kappa Alpha; Education. Big beautiful butterfly Frost, R. Ganey Gay Glass, E. Graham, Greaves Gross Fulgham Garcia Gebhardt Glass, S. Graham, E. Greene Guenther, D. Fuller Gorrett, E. George Glass, V. Graham, R. Greer Guenther, Q. Fulmer Garrett, F. Gilbert, A. Goodman Granger Greshom Gundersen Fulton Garrett, H. Gilbert, T. Gore Grant Griffin. E. Gunnells " ALABAMA TRIUMPH OVER MAROONS " WAS BAMA ' S HOMECOMING SLOGAN the senioR class HACKMAN, LEONARD; Selma; Sigma Alpha Mu; A S , . HAGEDORN, LUCIEN; West Point, Ga.; Zeta Beta Tau; Com- merce; Drulds; Hillel HAGLER, REBECCA; Bonifay, Flo. Phi Mu; Commerce HAIGLER, ROBERT H.; Cullman Commerce HALBROOKS, HUGH EDWARD; Decatur Delta Sigma Phi; Education HALEY, CHARLES G.; Tusca- loosa; Phi Kappa Sigma; A S HALL, ANN-CILE WATSON; Canoe; Education. HALL, JOHN RONALD; Red Level; Commerce HALL, MARY AUGUSTA; Fairfield; Education HAMILTON, VIRGINIA JO; Anderson; Commerce HAMNER, BRENT; Ar ' ay; A S HAMNER, THOMAS JEFFERSON; Tuscaloosa; Theta Chi; Education; Alabama Cavaliers . HAMNER, WILLIAM L., JR.; Northport; A S; Bond HAMRICK, CONNELL BAKER; Webster Springs, W. Va.; Commerce; Com- merce Association. HANAHAN, MARION LOTHROP, III; Dothon; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S; Phi Eta Sigma; Canterbury Club; Pep Squad; French Club HANDLEY, JAMES DONALD, JR.; Picayune, Miss.; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce; Pep Squad; Commerce Association; President, Junior Class HANSON, HENRY REID; Decatur; A S; Blackfriars; BBA; WABP . . HARDEGREE, MARGARET ANNE; Ashland, Ga,; Chi Omega; Education; YWCA MARGRAVE, RUDOLPH B.; Birming- ham; Commerce HARGROVE, JOSEPH E.; Birmingham; Sigma Chi; A S; Debate Team; Rho Alpha Tau; Alpha Phi Omega; Blackfriars; Tau Kappa Alpha HARKINS, JAMES EDGAR; Canton, N. C; Pi Kappa Phi; Engineering; President, SAME; ASME. HARLAND, LEILA RUSSELL; Greenville, Miss.; Phi Mu; A S HARMON, JOHN STEADHAM, JR.; Birmingham; A S; WABP HARNED, BEN HOWARD; Jackson, Miss.; Sigma Chi; Commerce; Scabbard Blade; Alpha Phi Omega HARPER, JAMES W.; Reform; Engineering HARPOLE, MARY JOY; Memphis, Tenn.; Pi Beta Phi; Home Economics; President, Pi Beta Phi; YWCA; WSGA; Panhellenic Council HARRINGTON, JOYCE C; Sv eetwater; Chemistry; Pasteur Society HARRINGTON, ROBERT L.; Sweetwater; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S; Staff Photographer, Corolla; Bar- bell Club. HARRIS, BETTY ANN; Fairfield; Home Economics HARRIS, GREGG, JR.; Mobile; Sigma Chi; A S HARRIS, HENRY HOYT; Birmingham; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; AIEE; Theta Tau . . . HARRIS, JAMES WOODSON, JR.; Crozet, Va.; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Commerce HARRIS, JOHN R., JR.; Wodley Kappa Alpha; Commerce HARTLEY, JAMES M., JR. Suttle; Commerce HARTLEY, OTIS DUDLEY; Tuscaloosa A S. HARWELL, WILLIAM THOMAS; Ashland; Commerce . . HASTINGS, JAMES VICTOR; Limerock; Engineering HAY, WILLIAM RICHARD; Huntsville; Sigma Nu; Commerce; Com- merce Association HAYES, BILLY HOWELL; Enterprise; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Engineering; Scabbard Blade; Theta Tau; Interfraternity Council . HAYES, JOHN MARTIN; Brewton; Commerce HAYES, SEAB WASHINGTON; Tus- caloosa; Sigma Chi; Commerce; Treasurer, Sigma Chi; Pep Squad , HAYES, WILLIAM JULIAN; Langdale; Kappa Sigma; Commerce; Scabbard Blade; Beta Alpha Psi. HEATH, FLOYD MAXEY; Fioralo; Delta Tau Delta; Com- merce HEFFINGTON, RICHARD L.; Anniston; Delta Tau Delta; A S; President, Delta Tau Delta; Quadrangle; Phi Alpha Theto; Pep Squad . HEIBERGER, JOSEPH A.; Chi- cago, III.; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; AIIE; Treasurer, Newman Club HELMS, CHARLES CARLYLE; Kansas City, Mo.; Engineering; AIEE; Phi Eta Sigma HENDERSON, DAVID GEORGE; Guntersville; Alpha Tau Omega; Engineering; AIIE; Alpha Pi Mu; St. Pat ' s HENDRICKS, MARY JANE; Yazoo City, Miss.; Chi Omega; Education; Kappa Delta Pi; YWCA Pep Squad HERRINGTON, ARTHUR; Schenectady, N. Y., Theta Xi; Commerce; Rammer Jammer; Quarterly Review Treasurer, Theta Xi. Vaughn and the Camel Caravan Women ' s pre-school retreat Hackman Hall, J. Honahan Harland Harris, B. Harwell Heath Hogedorn Hall, M. Handley Harmon Harris, G. Hastings Heffington Hogler Hamilton Honson Horned Harris, H. Hay Heiberger Haigler Homner, B. Hardegree Harper Harris, J. W. Hayes, B. Helms Halbrooks Homner, T. Hargrove Horpole Horris, J. R. Hayes, J. Henderson Holey Homner, W. Hargrove Harrington, J. Hartley, J. Hayes, S. Hendricks Hall, A. Homrick Harkins Harrington, R. Hartley, O. Hayes, W. Herrington BANDLEADER VAUGHN MONROE SELECTED COROLLA BEAUTY QUEEN FOR 1950 the seniop class HERSHON, NORMAN IRWIN; Forest Hills, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; Bama Day Committee; Intramural Of- fice; interfaitfi Committee . HILBISH, ANN ELIZABETH; Tampa, Flo.; Alpha Xi Delta; Education; Tau Kappa Alpha; Zeto Phi Etc; Alpha Lambda Delta; Philos HILL, CHARLES; Albertville; Engineering; St. Pat ' s , HILL, WINSLOW LAWSON; Bridgeport; Chemistry; Alchemist Club; American Chemical Society HINE, BUTLER PRESTON, JR.; Decatur; Kappa Sigma; Engineering HOBSON, OLIVER WILLIAM; Tuscaloosa; A S HODGES, CARLOS EARL; Cottonwood; Commerce. HODGES, DOROTHY RHODES; McComb, Miss.; A S; Pianist, Wesley Choir; Choral Union HODGSON, ROBERT MORTON; Bay Minette; Alpha Tau Omega; Com- merce; Druids HODO, PETER THOMAS, JR.; Amory, Miss.; Commerce; Wesley; Commerce Association; Track Team; A-CIub HOGUE, CHARLES S., JR.; Fairfax; Alpha Tau Omega; Commerce HOLDER, SIDNEY GEORGE; Birming- ham; Chemistry; Company Commander, Pershing Rifles; President, Freshman and Sophomore Class es; Chemistry Repre- sentative to SGA; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Program Chair- man, Chemistry Day, 1949; President, Alchemist Club; Scab- bard Blade; American Chemical Society; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Gamma Epsilon HOLLE, EVERETT H.; Anniston; A S; WUOA; Alpha Epsilon Rho; ODK . . . HOLLINGSWORTH, LAWRENCE MILTON, JR.; Gainesville, Fla.; Engineering; AIEE; Theta Tau; Pi Mu Epsilon. HOLLOWAY, O. C; Tuscaloosa; A S HOLLOWAY, ROBERT C; Wynne, Ark.; Sigma Chi; Commerce; Band; Druids HOLMAN, CHARLES EDWARD; Rutledge; Engi- neering HOLMAN, RICHARD P.; hJorthport; Alpha Tau Omega; Commerce HOLMES, BARBARA TRASTOUR; Bay St. Louis, Miss.; Phi Mu; A S; AAUW; Philos . . . HOLTZCLAW, BYNUM LEE; Birmingham; Engineering; Vice-President, Tau Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi Sopho- more Award HOOPER, PERRY O.; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce; Scabbard Blade; Pep Squad. HOPPER, CHARLES EWING; Huntsville; Phi Delta Theta; Education HOPSON, GEORGE DAVID; Birmin gham; Engineering . . HORTON, DONALD H.; Rochester, N. Y.; A S HORTON, WILLIAM P.; Montgomery; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S . , . HOSE, ROBERT P.; Newark, N. J.; Phi Kappa Sigma; Engineering; ASCE HOSLI, FREDERICK JOSEPH; Tuscaloosa; Chi Phi; A S; WABP . HOWARD, RALPH O ' SULLIVAN; Troy; Alpha Tau Omego; A S. HOWELL, D. L.; Birmingham; Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Square Compass HOWELL, GOLDEN LEON; Hamilton; A S HOWELL, JOEL THOMAS; Gordo; A S HOWELL, MALCOLM ROBERT; Blount Springs; Education; Glee Club; BSU; SRA HOWSE, CECIL PAUL; Memphis, Tenn.; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce; Alpha Kappa Psi; Vice-Presi- dent, Senior Class; Pep Squad; C-W; Pershing Rifles HUBBARD, LEWIS CALVIN; Tuscaloosa; Commerce HUBBARD, WILLIAM HORACE; Oxford; Commerce; Commerce Association. HUGHES, ARLEY E.; Tuscaloosa; Engineering HUGHES, DOROTHY JANE; Baton Rouge, La.; Pi Beta Phi; Home Eco- nomcis HUNDLEY, RICHARD ZOL; Enterprise; Sigma Nu; A S; Alpha Epsilon Delta HUNT, BILLIE JEAN; Brent; Commerce; Pep Squad; BSU; Triangle; Phi Chi Theta HUNTER, ROBERT EDWARD; Bessemer; Phi Gamma Delta A S; University Theater HURST, TROY CLARK; Ohatchee Education HUTTO, THOMAS CARROLL; Birmingham Phi Gamma Delta; A S. HYDE, JOSEPH H., JR.; hJauvoo; Engineering; AIIE; Pep Squad INGE, FRANCIS COLEMAN; Mobile; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Education; Editor, 1949 Corolla; Druids; Cadet Officers Club; Pep Squad; Choral Union; President, Canterbury Club; Who ' s Who INGE, JOHN ERWIN; Mobile; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Cadet Colonel, ROTC; Captain, Rifle Team; Scabbard Blade; ASME . . . INGRAM, HENRY LAWRENCE, JR.; Sylacaugo; Commerce INGRAM, JEAN; Oneonta; Education; Pep Squad; Kappa Delta Pi; Wesley INMAN, GEORGE R.; Montgomery; Commerce INSCHO, CARSON GODFREY, JR.; Birmingham; Engineering. Snake shipwreck splash Derby winner rr 1 .H « •, V. i ' R . .. 1 16 . fc Hersh;n Hodges, D. Holloway, O. Hopper Howell, D. Hughes, A. Hyde Hilbish Hodgson Holloway, R. Hopson Hcwell, G. Hughes, D. Iige, F. ■r% m Hill, C. Hodo Holman, C. Norton, D. Howell, J. Hundley Inge, J. kW m Hill, W. Hogue Holman, R. Morton, W. Hcwell, M. Hunt Ingram, H. Hine Holder Holmes Hose Howse Hunter Ingram, J. tll 1. m Hobson Holle Holtzclow Hosli Hubbard, L. Hurst Inman Hodges, C. Holling iwDrth Hooper Howard HuSbard, W. Hutto Inscho m - ' ' hr, ' i%- CAMPUS STATION WABP CELEBRATED SECOND ANNIVERSARY IN NOVEMBER the senioR class IVY, WILLIAM FRANK, JR.; Huntsville,- Sigma Nu; Com- merce; Commerce Association JACKSON, A. B., JR.; Tampa, Fla.; Delta Sigma Phi; Commerce . , JACKSON, JAMES WILLIAM; Petrey; Pi Kappa Phi; Commerce; Wesley JACKSON, JOHN LEONARD; Birmingham; Sigma Nu; A S; Alpha Epsilon Delta; President, Senior Class JACKSON, LOUIS VERNON, JR.; Gadsden; Commerce; BSU; Commerce Association; Pep Squad JACKSON, MARTHA ANN; Talladega Springs; Education JACKSON, MORRIS JOSHUA; Talladega Springs; Engineering; Tou Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigmo; BSU. JACKSON, RICHARD HENRY; Malverne, N. Y.; Engineering; AIIE JACKSON, THOMAS LEE, JR.; Tuscaloosa; Engi- neering; Bond; ASME JACKSON, WILLIAM MORRISON; Russellville; Chemistry; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; American Chemical Society JACOBS, ALBERT HENNING, JR.; Jacksonville, Fla.; Pi Kappa Phi; Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Pi Mu; Scabbard Blade; Society for Advancement of Management; SAME; AIIE . JAFFE, DAVID B.; Birmingham; Zeta Beta Tou; Commerce; President, Hillel; Treasurer, Zeta Beta Tau JAMES, BILLY MINK; Haleyville; Chi Phi; Commerce JAMES, WILLIAM PETREE; Roanoke; Alpha Tou Omega; Commerce. JEAN, DORVALYN; Delrose, Tenn.; A S; Blackfriars; Pep Squad JENNINGS, JOYCE STEWART; Birmingham; Edu- cation JENTZEN, ANNE HARRIET; Atlanta, Go.; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Home Economics; YWCA JOHNSON, BERNARD MEANS; Fairfield; Commerce; Commerce Associa- tion JOHNSON, ERIC RIDLEY; Carrollton, Go.; A S; Special Events Director, WABP; Avec Varieties; University Theater JOHNSON, FRED B.; Ariton; Commerce; Scab- bard Blade; Commerce Association; DMS JOHNSON, IRIS EUGENIA; Heflin; Zeta Tou Alpha; Home Economics; YWCA; Pep Squad; Triangle. JOHNSON, LAWRENCE SPELLER; Ozark; Kappa Sigma: Engineering JOHNSON, ROBERT W.; Birmingham; Commerce JOHNSTON, SAMUEL TERRENCE; Birming- ham; Sigma Phi Epsilon; A S; Alpha Phi Omega; Canterbury Club; ASChE JOINER, ANNE ELIZABETH; Ozark; Alpha Gamma Delta; Education JOINER, WILLIAM BAXTER; Ozark; Kappa Sigma; Commerce; Delta Sigma Pi . . . JONES, ARTHUR ALVIN; Decatur; Kappa Alpha; Engineering JONES, BILLIE CAROLYN; Birmingham; A S; Alpha Kappa Delta. JONES, JAMES CARVER; Eutaw; Chi Phi; Engineering; ASCE JONES, JOHN WATKINS; Birmingham; Engineer- ing; Chi Epsilon; Treasurer, Chi Epsilon PAUL; Wesson, Miss.; Commerce lAMOTT; Birmingham; Commerce KATHLEEN; Birmingham; A S; YWCA MILL5AP; Monrosville; Alpha Delta Pi; Alpha Delta Pi; Vice-President, Theta Editor, Rammer Jammer; Triangle; AAUW; Pep Squad JONES, WATSON; Camden; Kappa Alpha; Commerce. JONES, MARTIN JONES, ROBERT JONES, RUBY JONES, SUE A S; Vice-President, Sigma Phi; Society JORDAN, HENRY CLAYTON; Dothan; Sigma Nu; Enqineer- inq; AIEE; Pep Squad; St. Pat ' s KARANIAN, ARTHUR JOHN; New Britain, Conn.; Engineering; IAS KAY, EMILY PATRICIA; Birmingham; Chi Omega; A S; Mortar Board; Alpha Epsilon Delta KEEL, MARGARET CAROLYN; Greenville, Miss.; Engineering; ASCE; St. Pat ' s; Pep Sauad KEITH, FRED ELESTER; Bessemer; Enqineerino; Tou Beta Pi; AIEE; ASME KEGLEY, T. MITCHELL: Birmingham; Engineering KELLEY, PEGGY JOYCE; Quinton; Home Economics. KELLEY, WILLIE FAYE; Abbeville; Education; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Caroline Hunt Club; Pep Squad; BSU KELLY, ADELENE; Jefferson; Delta Delta Delta; Education; YWCA; Pep Squad; Elementary Education Council KELLY, CHARLES BRANTLEY; Tuscaloosa; Commerce KELLY, JAMES L., JR.; University; Commerce KEMP, VALMA RAYFORD; Shav - muf; Education; Wesley; Pi Tau Chi; Elementary Education Council - KENAN, WILLIAM OWEN; Selmo; Kappa Alpha; A S KENNAMER, WILEY W.; Scottsboro; Theta Xi; Engineering; AIIE; St. Pat ' s; Vice-President, Theta Xi. Commerce School ' s best sport Ivy Jackson, R. Jean Johnson, L. Jones, J. C. Jordan Kelley, W. Jackson, A. Jackson, T. Jennings Johnson, R. Jones, J. W. Koronion Kelly, A. Jackson, J. W. Jackson, W. Jentzen Johnston Jones, M. Kay Kelly, C. Jackson, J. L. Jacobs Johnson, B. Joiner, A. Jones, R. L Keel Kelly, J. Jackson, L. Joffe Johnson, E. Joiner, W. Jones, R. K. Keith Kemp Jackson, M. James, B. Johnson, F. Jones, A. Jones, S. Kegley Kenan Jackson, M. J. James, W. Johnson, I. Jones, B. Jones, W. Kelley, P. Kennomer ( Nf UNIVERSITY PLAYED HOST TO 15 EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCES LAST SUMMER the senioR class KENNELL, BYRON E.; Oxford, O.; Engineering; Treasurer, Westminster KERLIN, WILLIAM LEON; Prattville; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce; C-W KIDDER, DAVID ROY; Tuscaloosa; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Engineering; ASME; Pi Tau Sigma; St. Pat ' s - - KILGO, A. O.; Logan; Alpha Tau Omega; Commerce KILPATRICK, MARY ELIZABETH; Mobile; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club KING, EDGAR, JR.; Union Grove; Theta Xi; Law KING, HATTIE MALLORY; Okolona, Miss.; Chi Omega; Commerce; Secretary, Phi Chi Theto; Commerce Association; Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class; Rammer Jammer; Pep Squad; Corolla. KING, KELMIE; Mobile; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; Canterbury Club; Pep Squad; Corolla; AAUW; Treasurer, Alpha Delta Pi; Triangle . . KIRALFY, JEAN; Columbus, Co.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S; Corolla; IRC KIRKLAND, CECIL MERLE; Ashford; Commerce KESSEL, EDWARD U; Bir- mingham; Sigma Chi; Commerce KIZZIAH, GEORGE E.; Birmingham; Phi Kappa Sigma; Commerce; Chairman, Com- merce Day, 1950; Treasurer, Commerce Association; Com- merce Executive Committee; Delta Sigma Pi KNIGHT, JAMES E.; Jasper; A S KNIGHT, ROBERT GERALD; Guntersville; Theta Xi; Commerce; Commerce Association; PCA. KNIGHT, THEODORE WALTON; Atlanta, Ga.; Commerce KOLISCHAK, MICHAEL J.; Tuscaloosa; Commerce; Spanish Club; Canterbury Club KROPP, KARL ROBERT; Carbon Hill; Engineering KROEZE, JEAN RANDALL; Jackson, Miss.; Pi Beta Phi; YWCA KUSZA, LOUIS JOSEPH; A S LACKEY, LOUIS H., JR.; Birmingham; Theta Xi; A S; Track Team; Cross Country Team; A-Club; Corolla LADNER, CLYDE H., JR.; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; Pep Squad; Cadet Officers Club. LANDERS, BLUITT LEE, JR.; Hartselle; A S; Alpha Phi Omega LANDERS, H. BASKIN; Jacksonville; Delta Tau Delta; Commerce; Pep Squad; Alabama Cavaliers LANDERS, MALCOLM C; Horton; Education LANDERS, WILSON H.; Anniston; Delta Tau Delta; Engineering LANGLEY, RUBY; Montgomery; Education LAPIDUS, PHILIP; Bayonne, N. J.; Alpha Epsilon Pi, LoROE, DIXIE EMMA; Maxwell, N. M.; Phi; Girls Spirit Committee; C-W. Engineering , . . A S; Theta Sigma LATTOF, MITCHELL GEORGE; Prichard; Phi Sigma Kappo; Commerce; President, Theta Kappa Alpha; Debate Squad; 75 ' ers Club; National Intercollegiate Debate Champion, 1949; Scabbard Blade; Cadet Officers Club; President, Phi Sigma Kappa . LAVELLE, JAMES M.; University Heights, O.; Commerce . LAWSON, FLOYD HOWARD; Nouvoo; Graduate . . , LAY, MARGARET BEATRICE; Birmingham; Phi Mu; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club , , LAZENBY, EDNA; Forest Home; Delta Delta Delta; Education; Pep Squad; Panhellenic Council LEATHERWOOD, ERNEST COLVIN; Fairfax; Kappa Sigma; A S , LEE, FRANK M.; University; A S; President, Sigma Delta Chi; Alpha Epsilon Rho; Press Club; WABP; C-W; Corollo; Rammer Jammer; A-Book; Philos. LEE, JOHN MILTON, JR. Letohatchie; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Commerce; President, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Pep Squad; Com- merce Association , , LEE, JOSEPH ALLEN; Mt. Willing; Sigma Nu; Law; Farrah Order of Jurisprudence; Low Review; Phi Alpha Delta LEE, VICTOR D., JR.; Birmingham; Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon; A S Le GARDEUR, GEORGE VERGNES, JR.; Slidell, La.; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; Vice- President, St. Pat ' s; President, Theta Tau; SGA; Pi Mu Epsilon; ASCE; Who ' s Who . LEON, TOFEY, JR.; Mobile; Phi Kappa Sigma; A S; Pep Squad; IRC . LESKO, JOHN, JR.; Clifton, N. J.; Education; Barbell Club - LESLIE, JEANNE; Tuscaloosa; Chi Omega; A S; Theta Sigma Phi; C-W; Corolla; Pep Squad. LEWIS, ROBERT FRED; Birmingham; Kappa Nu; Commerce; Beta Alpha Psi; Hillel; IZFA; Pep Squad; Commerce Asso- ciation LIEBACHER, JOE HERMAN; Birmingham; Theta Chi; Engineering LIGHTFOOT, PATRICIA; Tuskegee; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A S; Who ' s Who; President, Pan- hellenic LILLEY, A. EDWARD; Whistler; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; Sigma Pi Sigma; Newman Club; UWF LINDBERG, ROBERT EDWARD; Scorsdale, N. Y.; Commerce; Alpha Kappa Psi; Gamma Delta LINDSEY, MARY ALICE; Montgomery; Delta Gamma; Education; Kappa Delta Pi CARROLL EDWARD; Florence; A S; Press Club. LISBY, Alpha Chi rushees Roaring Twenty ' s leg show PHI GAMMA DELTA FRATERNITY OPENED THE SPRING DANCE SEASON IN FOSTER the senioR class LITTLE, JOHN G., JR., Greenville,- Commerce,- Commerce Association . LITTRELL, WILLIAM JEFFERSON; Laurel, Miss.; Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma; AIEE; ARRL LOCKE, CHRISTA JEAN; Marion; Delta Zeto; Home Economics; Re- cording Secretary, Delta Zeta . . LOEB, RALPH; Mont- gomery; Zeta Beta Tau; Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma; AIEE; Secretary, Zeta Beta Tau LOGAN, JOHN P., JR.; Russell- ville; Theta Chi; Engineering; Theta Tou; ASCE LOKEY, ROBERT HENRY; Dothan; Phi Delta Theto; A S; Wesley , LONGSHORE, LESLIE ROBERT; Birmingham; Sigma Nu; Com- merce. LOWERY, JANE WORTH; Greenville; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S; Pep Squad; Westminster LOWRY, ZOLNER MAXINE; Mobile; A S , . LUCAS, MARIE; Miami, Fla.; Home Economics; Vice-President, Phi Upsilon Omicron; New- man Club LUMPKIN, THOMAS RILEY; Tuskegee; Kappa Alpha; A S; Director, Pep Squad; President, Philos; Spirit Planning Committee; Who ' s Who . LUMPKIN, WILLIAM I., JR.; Birmingham; Delta Tau Delta; A S; C-W; IRC; Wesley; Pep Squad; Press Club LUTTRELL, FRANK ALEX, JR.; Brevi ton; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Commerce , . - MACEY, RALPH EDWIN; Troy, N. Y.; Engineering; Theta Tau; Gamma Alpha Rho; St. Pot ' s. MACON, PAUL VERNON; Mobile; Phi Delta Theto; A S MADDOX, JEWEL KATE; Abernant; Education; Phi Upsilon Omicron; BSU . MAHOOD, C. E.; Greensboro; Phi Gamma Delta; A S MAJURE, MARY CLIFFORD; Gadsden; Alpha Delta Pi; Education; AAUW; Dance Club . . . MAJURE, MILLICENT; Gadsden; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; AAUW; Dance Club MALICE, VIRGINIA EDNA; Burling- ton, N. J.; Theta Upsilon; Education; Secretary, Theta Upsilon; Secretary, Panhellenic; Phi Alpha Theta MANDULEY, ALBERT; Birmingham; Commerce; Pep Squad; Beta Alpha Psi. MANDY, ROBERT W.; Birmingham; Commerce MANGUM, EUGENE PHILIP; Montgomery; Phi Delta Theto; A S MANLY, ROY HUNT, JR.; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; A S MANN, EARL 5.; Birmingham; Theta Chi; Commerce; Pep Squad; Treasurer, Theta Chi; Commerce As- sociation , MANN, ELMER, JR.; Guntersville; Commerce; Beta Alpha Psi MANNERS, LEE ROY; Birmingham; Delta Chi; A S; Student Legislature; Vice-President, Philos . . . MARAMAN, VAN H.; Lockart; Theta Chi; A S. MARCUS, PHYLLIS; Montgomery; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S; Panhellenic; SGA; Theta Sigma Phi MARDIS, JAMES A.; Birmingham; Kappa Sigmo; Commerce; Scabbard Blade; Pep Squad MARIETTE, S. L.; Tuscaloosa; Commerce . . . MARSH, EARL RAMSAY; Birmingham; Commerce . . MARSHALL, MILTON HOPE; Tuscaloosa; Lambda Chi Alpha; Engineering; Phi Eta Sigmo; Theta Tau; AIME . . . MASHBURN, FRED ROSS; Roanoke; A S MASON, BETSY; Miobile; Zeta Tau Alpha; Education; Choral Union. MASON, HOWARD SPINKS; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Tau Omega; Engineering, Phi Eta Sigma; Scabbard Blade; SAM.E; Pi Tau Sigma, St. Pat ' s; ASME; Theta Tau . . MASTIN, MARY GERALDINE; Gadsden; Home Economics MATHEWS, BETTY JEWEL; Birmingham; Education; Pep Squad; Caroline Hunt Club; Spirit Committee . . MATHEWS, EVELYN; Montgomery; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S; Pi Mu Epsilon; Pep Squad . MATHEWS, FRANK; Montgomery; Alpha Tau Omega; A S . . MATHEWS, LEX STERNER; Montgomery; Alpha Tau Omega; Commerce; Canterbury Club; Commerce Association MATTHEWS, CLIFFORD BRYAN; Georgiono; Chi Phi; A S; Blackfriars . MAY, DAVID LANIER; Mobile; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce MAZE, GLEN L.; Arab; Delta Sigma Phi; Band; SPEBQUSA; Glee Club MEEKS, JULIUS PAUL; Birming- ham; Delta Tau Delta; Commerce; Treasurer, Delta Tau Delta MERCER, ROBERT WALLACE; Orlando, Flo.; Sigma Nu; Commerce METCALF, BASCOM C; Slocomb; Engineer- ing METZGER, SIDNEY HENRY; Selmo; Zeta Beta Tau; Chemistry; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; Gamma Sigma Epsilon MICHAEL, THOMAS CALVIN; Mobile; Alpha Sigma Phi; A S; Corolla. I am a D Z cow hand " Here today £m Little Littrell Locke Loeb Logan Lokey Longshore Lowery Lowry Lucas Lumpkin, T. Lumpkin, W. Luttrell Macey Macon Moddox Mahood Majure, M. C. Majure, Millkent Malice Manduley Mandy Mongun Manly Mann, E. S. Mann, Elmer Manners Moroman Marcus Mordis Mariette Marsh Marshall Mashburn Mason, B. Mason, H. Mostin Mathews, B. Mathews, E. Mathews, F. Mathews, L. Matthews May Maze Meeks Mercer Metcalf Metzger Michael 1 AUBURN ' S TIGERS UPSET DOPESTERS AND ALABAMA ' S CRIMSON TIDE 14 - 13 the senioR cUss MICKLE, WILLIAM COOPER; Anniston; Sigma Nu; A S; Press Club; Quadrangle; Sigma Delta Chi; Men ' s Glee Club MIDDLETON, ALBERT M.; Garland; Delta Tau Delta; Commerce; Alpha Kappa Psi; President, Delta Tau Delta MILES, EARL S., JR.; Mobile; Theta Chi; Commerce; Band MILLER, CARL SCOTT; Birmingham; Commerce; Delta Sigma Pi; Rammer Jammer; Pep Squad; Commerce Associa- tion MILLER, JAMES R.; Cowan, Tenn.; A S MILLIRON, PAUL L.; Camp Hill; Kappa Alpha; A S MILTON, BETTY LYNNE; Meridian, Miss.; Kappa Delta; A S. Lambda Chi Alpha; Engineering; ASCE; St. Pat ' s; Pep Squad; Men ' s Glee Club; Theta Tau MORSE, CHRISTINE FRANCES; Daphne; Theta Upsilon; A S; WABP MOSES, DAVID PATRICK; Lake City, Fla.; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Com- merce; Newman Club MOSES, JUANITA JEANNE; Province Pinar Del Rio, Cuba; Delta Gamma; A S; Spanish Club; French Club; Canterbury Club MOSS, CHARLES A.; Allen; Delta Tau Delta; Education MOSS, THERON HOBART; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Treasurer, Pi Kappa Alpha. MINYARD, JAMES JOHN; Mobile; Education; Vice-President, Senior Class; Representative to Arnold Society; Spanish Club; President, Cadet Officers Club MIRSKY, ZELDA; Savan- nah, Ga.; Sigma Delta Tau; Education; Girls Spirit Com- mittee; Hillel; IZFA MITCHELL, AUDREY; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Phi; Home Economics; Philos MITCHELL, HARRY P.; Goldsboro, N. C; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S; ODK; President, Westminster; Jasons; Quadrangle: Scabbard Blade; Rho Alpha Tau; SRA Cadet Officers Club; Who ' s Who; Distin- guished Military Student; Business Manager, Crimson-White, 1949-50 MITCHELL, RAY IRWIN; Birmingham; Com- merce MITCHELL, WILLIAM THOMAS, JR.; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; A S MITCHELSON, THEO KAY; Palatka, Fla.; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce; ODK; President, Jasons; Delta Sigma Pi; Scabbard Blade; Sauare Compass; Executive Council, SGA; Executive Council, Commerce Asso- ciation; President, Sophomore Class; Distinguished Military Student; Who ' s Who; Great Greeks; Chairman, Commerce Day, 1949; Chairman, Bama Day. 1948; Pep Squad; Florida Club; Cadet Officers Club; Beta Gamma Sigma. MOON, JAMES ALLEN, JR.; Lineville; Theta Xi; A S MOORER, RANDOLPH ERLE; University; A S . . . MOORMAN, EVELYN JANE; Birmingham; Phi Mu; Home Economics; Caro- line Hunt Club; Pep Squad; YWCA MORGAN, BURMA; Eva; Education MORGAN, WARREN PATRICK; Universi- ty; Engineering: ASME; St. Pat ' s MORIARTY, ROBERT WILLIAM; Tuscaloosa; Kappa Alpha; A S; Rammer Jammer; C-W MORRIS, MARYALYCE; Geneva: Kappa Delta; Home Economics; Wesley; YWCA; Caroline Hunt Club. MORROW, GORDON; Birmingham; Kappa Sigma; Engi- neering; AllE MORROW, JAMES RUSSELL; Bessemer; MOSS, WILLIAM C, JR.; Vinegar Bend; A S; Distinguished Military Student MOXLEY, JOE EDWARD; Birmingham; Engineering; AIEE MOZLEY, PAUL DAVID; Booz; A S; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Men ' s Glee Club MUCKLE, RICHARD, JR.; Greensboro; A S; Alpha Sigma Omega; C-W; Westminster; Phi Beta Kappa MULDROW, HELEN BOWEN; Jasper; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S; Alpha Sigma Omega MURPHREE, WILLIAM DRU; Decatur; Engineer- ing; St. Pat ' s; IAS; Gamma Alpha Rho; Theta Tau MURPHY, JAMES CLEMENT; Bessemer; Kappa Sigma; A S; Vice-President, Blackfriars, 1949; Assistant Director, Pep Squad, 1948; Interfraternity Council; WABP; Corolla; IRC. MURPHY, JOHN C; Centreville; Engineering MYERS, JOE B.; Birmingham; Delta Chi; A S MYRICK, WILLIAM OTIS; Deatsville; Pi Kappa Phi; A S; Editor, 1950 Corolla; Treasurer, Sigma Delta Chi; Executive Council; Press Club; Philos; Who ' s Who McANULTY, MARTHA JANE; Anda- lusia; A S; President, Vortor Board; President, West Annex; Secretary, Alpha Epsilon Delta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Who ' s Who McARDLE, FRANK OWEN; Montgomery; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S McCABE, FRANCIS J.; Penllyn, Pa.; Engineering; ASCE McCAMY, GENE; Scottsboro; A S. McCLENNY, LLOYD GEORGE; Headland; Pi Kappa Phi; Education McCOMAS, W. R.; University; A S McCOOL, FRED WILLIAM; Bessemer; Commerce; Commerce Association McCRACKEN, MARGARET HOWARD; Eu- taw; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A S McCRARY, EVERETT MALCOLM; Troy; Alpha Tau Omego; Commerce McCRAW, JOHN JOSEPH; Greenville, S. C; Alpha Sigma Phi; Education; Corolla McCULLOUGH, WAYNE, JR.; Carbon Hill; Theta Xi; Engineering; St. Pot ' s; Wesley. Bama blushing bride Pi Kapp ladies Mickle Mlnyard Moon Morrow, G. Moss, W. Murphy, John McClenny Middleton Mirsky Moorer Morrow, J. Moxley Myers McComas Miles Mifchell, A. Moorman Morse, C. Mozley Myrick McCool Miller, C. Mitchell, H. Morgan, B. Moses, D. Muckle McAnulty McCracken Miller, J. Mitchell Morgan, W. Moses, J. Muldrow McArdle McCrary Milliron MIfchell, W. Moriarty Moss, C. Murphree McCabe McCraw Milton Mitchelson Morris Moss, T. Murphy, J. C. McCamy McCullough PI KAPPA PHI FORMAL DANCE IN FOSTER OPENED THE FALL SOCIAL SEASON 11 the seniop cUss McCURDY, CECELIA; Decatur, Ga.; Alpha Gamma Delta; Home Economics; Miss Alabama, 1949; Caroline Hunt Club; Panhellenic McDANIEL, JANIE BELLE; Indianolo; Pi Beta Phi; Education; YWCA McDONALD, ELLIS PELHAM; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Vice-President, Junior Class McDONALD, ROBERT D.; Cootopo; Engi- neering; Phi Eta Sigma; Gamma Alpha Rho; IAS; SAME McELROY, TRAVIS ROWMAN; Bessemer; A S; Alpha Epsilon Delta McGARITY, MARVIN JAMES; Tuscaloosa; Engi- neering; Theta Tau; St. Pat ' s . . . McGINNIS, GASTON O.; Albertville; A S; Alpha Epsilon Delta. McHUGH, JOHN DANIEL; Mobile; Commerce; Commerce Association; Newman Club; Pep Squad McKAY, DONALD; Montgomery; Law . . . McKELVY, HUBERT MARVIN; Cullman; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Phi Etc Sigma; St. Pat ' s; AIEE McKENZIE, RICHARDSON B., JR.; Selmo; Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Alpha Kappa Psi; Secretary, A-Club; Student Legislature; Varsity Basketball; Pep Squad McLEOD, BARBARA ANN; Mobile; Commerce McLEOD, HAROLD GRAY; Quitman, Miss.; Commerce; Presi- dent, Alpha Kappa Psi; Beta Alpha Psi; Executive Council. Commerce Association McMAHON, WILLIAM REED; Homewood; Engineering; Alpha Pi Mu; AIIE; St. Pat ' s. McMURRAY, LOUISE WEATHERS; Heflin; Zeta Tau Alpha; A S; Treasurer, Press Club; President, Theta Sigma Phi; President, Zeta Tau Alpha; Triangle McNAIR, NIMROD; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; AlChE; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Miu Epsi- lon; Tau Beta Pi; Theta Tau McPHERSON, MILTON MONROE; Beatrice; A S McRAE, EMMA FRANK; Clan- ton; Delta Zeto; A S; Vice-President, Delta Zeto; Secretary- Treasurer, Alpha Kappa Delta; Pep Squad; Girls Spirit Committee; BSU; Student Religious Association; Chairman, Clothing Drive McREYNOLDS, REX, JR.; Montgomery; A S; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Delta NALL, KEN A.; Pensacola, Flo.; Delta Tau Delta; Chemistry; Vice-President, Delta Tau Delta; President, Senior Class; Alchemist Club; American Chemical Society; BSU; Pep Squad; Vice-Presi- dent, Junior Class; Philos NAMBA, I. K.; Sylacaugo; Chemistry; American Chemical Society; Alchemist Club. NAPIER, STAN LYONS; New York, N. Y,; Phi Kappa Sigma; A S NEALY, MORGAN TALMADGE, JR.; Mobile; Sigma Chi; A S NEELY, JOHN FORMAN; Eden; Education; BSU; Student Religious Association NEELY, HELEN JANE; Empire; A S; BSU; Student Religious Association NEILSON, FRED GEORGE; Tuscaloosa; Phi Delta Theto; A S NEISWENDER, NANCY ANN; Atlanta, Ga.; Chi Omego; Home Economics NELLUMS, KENNETH EARLE; Pensa- cola, Flo.; Lambda Chi Alpha; Engineering; Treasurer, Lambda Chi; AIIE; St. Pat ' s. NELSON, BARON E.; Brantley; A S . . . NELSON, GEORGE WILLIAMS; Sylacaugo; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Commerce NELSON, MARY ELLEN; Montgomery; Alpha Chi Omega; A S NESMITH, VIVIAN B.; Blountsville; Home Eco- nomics NEWMAN, ROBINSON VERNON, JR.; LeIand, Miss.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S NEWSOME, JAMES LESTER; Phenix City; Delta Chi; Education; Vice-President, Delta Chi; Industrial Arts Association; YMCA NICHOLS, WALTER SCOTT, JR.; Clarksdale, Miss.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; ASME. NICHOLSON, JOHN DONALD; Birmingham; Lambda Ch Alpha; Commerce; Secretary, Square Compass; Rammei Jammer NIEMEIER, CHARLES CLARK; Goylesville; En gineering; Chi Epsilon; St. Pat ' s; ASCE NIGHTENGALE JAMES M.; Lancaster, Pa.; Delta Chi; Engineering; C-W; St Pat ' 3; AIIE NIX, RUFUS S.; Tuscaloosa; A S NOEL STANLEY N.; Hopkinsville, Ky.; Delta Sigma Phi; Commerce NORMAN, ROBERT DANIEL; Birmingham; Delta Chi; Law; Editor, Law Review; President, Phi Delta Phi; Law Day Committee; Blackfriars; Representative to National Law Review Conference, 1949; Who ' s Who NORWOOD, MARGARET ELLYN; Choctaw; Commerce; Phi Chi ThetO; Pep Squad; Com- merce Association. NOTO, VINCENT CHARLES; Brooklyn, N. Y.; Engineering; AIIE; St. Pat ' s; Newman Club; AIA NUNNELLEY, BENNY; Baileyton; Engineering O ' DONNELL, JAMES BERNARD; Louisville, Ky.; Commerce; Commerce Association; Newman Club O ' DONNELL, JERRY M.; Loxley; Edu- cation; Phi Delta Koppo; Canterbury Club; Student Forum; Men ' s Glee Club; Spanish Club; Choral Union; Vocal En- semble; Corolla; Pep Squad . OLIVER, SAMUEL JOHN; Montgomery; Delta Chi; A S; Phi Eta Sigma; Pep Squad; Alpha Epsilon Delta OLIVER, VIVIAN GAINES; Birming- ham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S OLSHAN, BURTON; Birmingham; Kappa Nu; A S; Spirit Committee; Pep Squad. Pi Phi beauty review Dignitaries visit Alumni Building McCurdy McHugh McMurray Napier Nelson, B. Nicholson Note McDaniel McKay McNoir Neoly Nelson, G. Niemeier Nunnelley McDonald, E. McKeIvy Mcpherson Neeley, J. Nelson, M. Nightengale O ' Donnell, James PI BETA PHI SORORITY WAS OFFICIALLY INSTALLED ON SEPTEMBER 79, 7949 the senioR class O ' NEAL, BILLY; Paint Rock; Commerce O ' NEILL, PEGGY; Birmingham; A S; House of Representatives; WSGA; Pep Squad; C-W OPPENHEIM, RAYMOND; Jackson Miss.; Kappa Nu; Commerce O ' REAR, JUNE; Jasper; Education O ' STEEN, JANICE; Houston, Tex.; Zeta Tau Alpha; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Pep Squad . . . OWENS, DONALD RAY; Evergreen; Education OWENS, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JR.; Heflin; Sigma Chi; A S. ing; Pep Squad; AIIE; St. Pat ' s Executive Council; SGA; Vice- President, Junior Class; President, Senior Class; Vice-President, Theta Tau; Secretary, Kappa Sigma PENDLETON, ANN WHITMAN; Birmingham; A S; Canterbury Club; Pep Squad PERDUE, LORREN L.; Montgomery; Alpha Kappa Psi, Commerce PETERS, CHARLES A.; Union, W. Va.; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Engineering. PAGE, PAUL H.; Washington, D. C; Delta Chi; A S PALMER, HARRISON R.; Birmingham; A S PALUMBO, FRANK, Birmingham; A S; Press Club; Sigma Delta Pi PARKER, ALSEY CLEMENTS, JR.; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; President, ASCE PARKER, JAMES E.; Montgomery; Edu- cation PARKER, JANIE COLEMAN; Birmingham; Alpha Chi Omega; Home Economics; Triangle; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Caroline Hunt Club; Pep Squad; Panhellenic; SGA PARKER, OSCAR JAMES; West Pittston, Pa.; Phi Sigma Kappa, Commerce; Treasurer, Phi Sigma Kappa. PARKINSON, WARREN C; Chicago, III.; A S PARKS, JOAN; Talladega; Delta Gammo; Education; Triangle; YWCA PARR, THERON LUTHER; Gadsden; Commerce; Beta Alpha Psi PATTERSON, BEVERLY BAUMANN; Birming- ham; Zeta Tau Alpha; Home Economics; Pep Squad; Phi Upsilon Omicron PATTERSON, FORREST FRANKLIN; Columbus, Go.; Theta Xi; A S; Westminster; University Re- ligious Council PATTERSON, HERMAN CHARLES; Mo- bile; A S PATTON, ARTHUR BREVARD; Montgomery; Alpha Tau Omega; A S; Interfraternity Council; Spirit Plan- ning Committee. PATTON, JAMES ORIN, JR.; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; Engineering; Pi Mu Epsilon; AIEE; Tau Beta Pi . PATTON, ROBERT CLARK; Birmingham; Delta Sigma Phi; A S; Alpha Phi Omega; Pep Squad; Westminster PAYNE, BILLY WARREN; Hartselle; Lambda Chi Alpha; Education , PELHAM, CHARLES FUGH; Dothan; Kappa Sigma; Engineer- PHILLIPS, EDWIN JETER; Montevollo; Chi Phi; A S . . . PHILLIPS, WILLIAM B.; Birmingham; Sigma Chi; Commerce . , PHILLIPS, IRA EDGAR, JR.; Piedmont; Engineering PHILLIPS, JAMES P., Ill; Hamilton; A S; Sigma Delta Pi; French Club; Spanish Club PHILLIPS, JOSEPHINE M.; St. Peters- burg, Fla.; Education; BSU; IRC . . . PHILLIPS, PAULINE; St. Petersburg, Flo.; Chemistry; BSU; Pasteur Society . . . PHILLIPS, RUTH THOMPSON; Brookport, III.; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Home Economics. PICKETT, ANDREW J.; Marvel; Engineering; Pi Tau Sigmo; ASME; St. Pat ' s PIERCE, JEAN; Leeds; Alpha Delta Pi; Education; AAUW; YWCA PLOWDEN, ELDRIDGE RODGERS, JR.; Tuscaloosa; Kappo Alpha; A S; Sigma Delta Pi; French Club; Spanish Club PLUMMER, ERNEST MALCOLM; Selma; Theta Chi; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; IAS POINDEXTER, PAT; Shaker Heights, O.; Alpha Gamma Delta; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Canterbury Club . , PONDER, NORMAN ELLIS, JR.; Birmingham; Education . . , POOLE, ROBERT E.; Randolph; A S. POOLEY, DAVID GEORGE; Nashville, Tenn.; Kappo Alpha; Engineering PORTER, ALLISON; Alexander City; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S; Zeta Phi Eta; WSGA; Pep Squad PORTER, AUBREY ALLEN; University; A S PORTER, JOHN F., JR.; University; Phi Delta Theto; A S; Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Eta Sigmo; Quadrangle; Scabbard Blade . . . POWE, DOROTHY D.; Bucatunna, Miss.; Education; Triangle; Caroline Hunt Club; Wesley . . . POWELL, MRS. ETHELENE O.; University; Education; Caroline Hunt Club POWELL, LOUIE L.; Enterprise; Commerce. Plutocratic relaxation Freshman fashion orientation BLACKFRIARS ' " HIGH TOR " BY MAXWELL ANDERSON SET PACE IN CAMPUS DRAMA the seniop class POWELL, THOMAS E.; University; Commerce,- Square Compass; Commerce Association POWELL, WILLIAM OTTIS, JR.; Bessemer; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S; Rho Alpha Tau; Druids; Quadrangle; YMCA; C-W POWERS, CECIL DUDLEY, JR.; Birmingham; Engineering; ASME; St. Pat ' s PRAYTOR, GEORGE T.; Mobile; Engineering PRICE, ROBBYE J.; Aiford, Fla.; Phi Mu; Home Economics; President, Caroline Hunt Club , PRICE, WYATT GLENN; Ozark; Kappa Sigma; Commerce PRIEST, WILLIAM ALLISON; Birmingham; Delta Kappa Epsilon; A S. PRITCHETT, WILLIAM VICTOR; Cottondale; Engineering; SAME; ASCE PROPST, JACK EDWARD; Kennedy; Com- merce; Commerce Association PRY, MARY; Sarasota, Flo.; Gamma Phi Beta; A S; Sigma Delta Pi; YWCA PUTNAM, JENNIE LOU; Birmingham; Home Economics; Caro- line Hunt Club; Girls Spirit Committee; Pep Squad PUTMAN, JESS STANLEY; Fort Smith, Ark.; Commerce; Alpha Kappa Psi RANKIN, REX; Decatur; Kappa Alpha; Com- merce RAPP, HELEN J.; Atlanta, Ga.; Alpha Gamma Delta; Home Economics; Canterbury Club; Caroline Hunt Club. RASCO, ELWYN WINFRED; Cullman; A S; University Re- ligious Council; Vice-President, Wesley; Pi Tau Chi PAWLS, GERRY; Miami, Fla.; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; Pep Squad; Spanish Club; AAUVv ' RAY, WILLIAM HARRISON, JR.; Birmingham; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce; Pep Squad; Great Greeks RAYMON, PAUL M.; Tuscaloosa; Sigma Alpha Mu; A S REA, JEWELL MAE; Nauvoo; Home Economics; BSU REDDING, JOHN R.; Corinth, Miss.; Sigma Chi; A S REDMOND, JOHN JAMES; Belmor, N. J.; Theta Xi; Commerce; Treasurer, interfraternity Council; Publicity Director, Commerce Association; Rammer Jammer; Cartoon Editor, Quarterly Review; Pep Squad; President, Senior Class; Commerce Dean ' s Conference Committee. REED, ORVILLE ALFRED, JR.; Birmingham; Engineering; IAS Cadet Officers Club; Distinguished Military Student . . . REED, SARAH PHILLIPS; Birmingham; Phi Mu; Home Economics; Ph Upsilon Omicron; AAUW; Pep Squad REED, WALTER W., University; Commerce; Spirit Planning Committee RENCHER, JAMES LAMAR; Mobile; Sigma Chi; A S . . RENNHACK, DONATA ELEANOR; Western Springs, III.; Theta Upsilon; A S; Pep Squad , RHETT, LOUISE MATHER; Charleston, S. C; Delta Delta Delta; A S; Pep Squad; YWCA RHODES, MILDRED LUCILE; Tuscaloosa; Chi Omega; Home Economics; Secretary, YWCA; Rammer Jammer; Caro- line Hunt Club; Pep Squad. RICHARDSON, BILLIE JUNE; Cordova; Commerce; Com- merce Association; Wesley RICHTER, HENRY K.; Athens; Commerce RITTER, JOSEPH; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Engineer- ing ROBERSON, MARY ANN; Bessemer; A S ROBERTS, ALICE A.; Birmingham; Theta Upsilon; Education; Philos; Panhellenic; AAUW . . . ROBERTS, AUGUSTA PORTER; Mobile; Commerce ROBERTS, JOSEPH BOXLEY; Uni- versity; A S; Phi Eta Sigma; French Club. ROBERTS, MERRIE HELENE; Sheffield; Kappa Delta; Home Economics . ROBERTS, SHALER SINCLAIR; Florence; Phi Gamma Delta; A S ROBINSON, JEROME HOWARD; Newark, N. J.; Commerce; Pep Squad; Hillel; Beta Sigma Rho; ROCKWELL, JAMES NELSON; Fairhope; Sigma Phi Epsi- lon; A S ROGERS, MARTHA ELOISE; Winfield; Educa- tion; Secretary, Wesley; University Religious Council ROLLINS, KENNETH STEWART; Atmore; Commerce; President, Beta Alpha Psi; Alpha Kappa Psi; Executive Council, Com- merce Association; University Accounting Association; Chess Club ROOBIN, ROBERT LEONARD; Birmingham; Zeta Beta Tau; Commerce. ROPER, WARREN LYON; Hozelhurst, Miss.; Kappa Sigma Commerce ROSS, DONALD ALAN; Philadelphia, Penn. Sigma Alpha Mu; A S ROSSER, KATHERINE JOYCE, Stewart; Theta Upsilon; Education ROUTMAN, GILBERT, Birmingham; Kappa Nu; Commerce; Secretary, Beta Alpha Psi RUDD, GEORGE E.; Pinson; Delta Chi; A S; Alpha Epsilon Delta, Phi Eta Sigma; President, Delta Chi; Wesley; Pep Squad RUDNICK, CAROLYN RUTH; Shreveport, La.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S; Alpha Epsilon Delta . . RUSHING, ROBERT O.; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; AIEE; St. Pot ' s. Line up of lovely ladies Personality and beauty rewarded CAPSTONIANS WERE SADDENED AT THE DEATH the seniop class RUSSELL, ROBERT JAMES; Meridian, Miss.; Kappa Alpha; A S . . . RUTLEDGE, EARL VANCE, JR.; Birmingham; Sigma Chi; Engineering RUTLEDGE, RICHARD ELWOOD; Haley- ville; Chi Phi; Law , RYAN, JAMES ALBERT; Birmingham; Commerce; AIA; Commerce Association; Pep Squad; Newman Club . SABEL, MARCIA; Jacksonville, Fla.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Education; Phi Alpha Theto; Pep Squad; President, Alpha Epsilon Phi . SADLER, FRANCES MARIE; Bessemer; Educa- tion; Swan Club SALTZ, MORRIS; New York, N. Y.; Edu- cation; Barbell Club; AIA. SANDERS, HORACE GLENN; Graysville; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Commerce SANFORD, CECIL W.; Fayette; Engineering SANFORD, GEORGE RIDER; Montgomery; Commerce SANFORD, GUY E.; Moorpark, Calif.; Engineering SANFORD, THOMAS HERBERT, JR.; Hunt sville; Sigma Nu; A S . SANSING, JOHN HORACE, JR.; Ashland, Ky.; Commerce; Delta Sigma Pi; AIA; Commerce Association SANSOM, MARJORIE FEROL; Fairfield; A S; Westminster; Girls Spirit Committee; YWCA. SAUNDERS, MARTHA JANE; Birmingham; Alpha Phi; Home Economics; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Caroline Hunt Club SAVAGE, ARTHUR L.; Memphis, Tenn.; Theta Xi; A S; WABP SAVAGE, FRANK MARION, JR.; Centre; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce; Commerce Association; IRC; 220 Club , . . SAWYER, MARY PAYNE; Anniston; Kappa Delta; Home Economics; Corolla; YWCA . . . SAXON, HOYT EARL; Talla- dega; Chemistry . . . SCALICI, MATTO PAUL; Birmingham; Law; Law Review , SCHAEFER, RUDOLPH E.; Birmingham; Commerce. SCHIFANELLA, THOMAS; Birmingham; Delta Chi; A S SCHLEIN, PERRY MILLARD; Birmingham; Beta Alpha Psi; Com merce , . SCHNEIDER, VICTOR G., JR.; Birmingham Commerce SCHOLL, ROY WALTER, JR.; Birmingham Kappa Alpha; A S SCHWARTZ, SAMUEL ARNOLD Laurel, Miss.; Engineering; Pi Mu Epsilon; Theta Tau; Tau Beta Pi SCOTT, ALICE MARGARET; Montgomery; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club SCOTT, ANN E.; Hunts- ville; Home Economics. SCOTT, EWELL MARVIN, JR.; Birmingham; Theta Chi; Edu- cation; Band; Symphony Orchestra SCOTT, HERMAN A.; Dalton, Go.; Alpha Sigma Phi; A S; Corolla; President, Alpha Sigma Phi SCOTT, ROBERT DeBAUN; Laurel, Miss.; A S , . SCOTT, ROBERT WARREN; Lamar, Colo.; Commerce SCOTT, THOMAS J.; Carbon Hill; Commerce SEAGLE, CHARLES CHESTER; Birmingham; Commerce SEARCY, JOHN SIDNEY; Greenville; Phi Sigma Kappa; Engineering; AlChE; Tau Beta Pi; Theta Tau; President, Phi Sigma Kappa. SEGREST, GRAHAM, JR.; Bessemer; A S; Men ' s Glee Club; AIA SELF, JANE ELIZABETH; Jacksonville; Delta Delta Delta; Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Pep Squad; Choral Union; YWCA SELLERS, CURTIS E., JR.; Troy; Commerce . SELLERS, RONALD E., JR.; Letohatchee; A S; Sigma Pi Sigma SELLERS, SARA; Omega; Education; Vice-President, WSGA; SGA Executive Council; Wesley SELMAN, MERRY FLO; Copperhill, Tenn; A S; YWCA; Choral Union SEMMES, ALLISON CORSE; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Kappa Sigma; A S; Cadet Officers Club; Westminster. SEMON, DESPINA O.; Mobile; Alpha Chi Omega; Home Economics; Triangle; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Assistant Editor, 1949 Corolla; Pep Squad SENTER, TRYCE ADAIR; Ful- ton, Miss.; Engineering; AlChE; St. Pot ' s SESSIONS, GLORIA ANNE; Enterprise; Delta Delta Delta; A S , , SHAFRON, MARTIN HAROLD; Paterson, N. J.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; Interfraternity Council; Band; Hillel; Alabama Cavaliers SHAPIRO, LESTER B.; Rochester, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; Captain, Varsity Tennis Team; Pep Squad; Hillel SHAW, BENNIE WELLS; Tuscumbio; Alpha Gamma Delta; Education SHAW, JOHN JUDSON, JR.; Birmingham; Delta Kappa Epsilon; A S. Pike summer school — off Plain old country girls ' % Russell Sanders Saunders Schifanello Scott, E. Segrest Semon Rutledge, E. Sanford, C. Savage, A. Schlein Scott, H. Self Senter Rutledge, R, Sanford, G. Sovoge, F. Schneider Scott, R. D. Sellers, C. Sessions NATIONAL SCHOLASTIC PRESS JUDGED THE 7949 COROLLA " FIRST CLASS ' the senioR class SHEALY, JOHN PHILIP; Dothan,- Sigma Alpha Epsilon,- A S,- German Club . SHEPHERD, MILDRED JEAN; Richmond, Vo.; Pi Beta Phi; A S . SHERKIN, JACK; Bayonne, N. J.; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; Hillel , SHORT, FOREST EDWIN; Foirhope; Kappa Sigma; A S; Debate Team SHURBAUM, DONALD; Newark, N. J.; Sigma Alpha Mu; A S; Pep Squad . . SIAWELESKI, ALEXANDER VINCENT; Bayonne, N. J.; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; AIIE; Pep Squad SIMMONS, CHESTER ROBERT; Paetuchet, R. I,; Alpha Epsilon Pi; A S; President, Alpha Epsilon Pi. mer SMITH, MRS. HELEN DEASON; Jasper; Education SMITH, JUNIUS BRAGG, JR.; Montgomery; Phi Delta Theto; Commerce; ODK; Secretary-Treasurer, SGA; Assistant Editor, 1949 Corolla; Josons; Quadrangle; Druids; Alpha Kappa Psi; Homecoming Committee; Who ' s Who; Bama Day Committee SMITH, LLOYD KENNETH; Brewton SMITH, MARY LEE; Fayette; A S SMITH, MONA CARL; Tuscaloosa; A S; Blackfriars. SIMMONS, JOHN WILLIAM; Bayou La Batre; Engineering; Secretary; AIEE; St. Pat ' s; BSU SIMMONS, WILLIAM W.; Westerly, R. I.; A S; Canterbury Club; Pep Squad SIMS, FRANK WOODARD; Abando; Commerce SIMS, JOHN MORGAN; Northport; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Chemistry; Alchemist Club; American Chemical Society; Pep Squad SINCLAIR, A. LEFTWICH; St. Petersburg, Fla.; Phi Kappa Sigma; A S; Phi Eta Sigma; WABP . SITTASON, FRED M., JR.; Decatur; Phi Gamma Delta; Engineering SKELTON, WILLIAM JOSEPH; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Phi; Commerce. SMALL, FRANCES LUCILLE; Gadsden; Home Economics; Triangle; Girls Spirit Committee; Caroline Hunt Club SMITH, AMOS LAMAR; Birmingham; Commerce; Beta Alpha Psi SMITH, BENJAMIN B.; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Tau Omega; A S; Secretary, Rho Alpha Tau; Vice-President, Druids; President, Canterbury Club, ' 4 9- ' 50 SMITH, BETTY; Elmore; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; AIA; House of Representatives . . SMITH, BETTY RUTH; Spring HILL; Delta Gamma; A S; Corolla; Zetc Phi Eta SMITH, ALFRED GRAHAM, III; Wauchula, Flo.; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; Scabbard Blade; Vice-President, Senior Class; French Club; IRC . SMITH, GROVER CECIL; Birmingham; A S; Sports Editor, Crimson-White. SMITH, HARDY BOLTON; Theodore; Alpha Tau Omega; A S SMITH, HECTOR EMBREE, JR.; Bay Minette; Pi Kappa Phi; A S; Press Club; Sigma Delta Chi; Rammer Jam- SMITH, ROBERT HAROLD; Jasper; Engineering SMITH, THOMAS RANDALL; Geneva; Theta Chi; Commerce SMITH, WILLIAM CORWIN; Selmo; A S; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Delta SMITH, WILLIAM LUTHER; Coker; Com- merce SMITHERS, DONALD L.; Dora; A S; Pep Squad SNODDY, MYRON THOMAS; Anniston; A S; WABP . . . SNUGGS, WEYMON P., JR.; Birmingham; A S. SOBEL, HENRY; New Britain, Conn.; A S; AIEE; ASME , . SOLOMON, STANLEY EDWIN; Birmingham; Zeta Beta Tau; A S SOUTH, SARAH E.; Birmingham; Home Economics; Phi Upsilon Omicron SOWELL, KATHERINE QUINCY; Birmingham; Delta Delta Delta; A S SPAIN, LUCY CAROLYN; Tuscaloosa; Pi Beta Phi; A S; Alpha Kappa Delta; Second Vice-President, YWCA; Wesley; Pep Squad , . . SPANN, JAMES MAX; Chapman; Pi Kappa Phi; Commerce SPEAKS, COOPER P.; Clanton; A S; Press Club; Choral Union; Vocal Ensemble; Glee Club; Pep Squad. SPIDLE, CLARENCE BERNARD; Birmingham; Engineering; Pi Tau Sigma SPIKES, CHARLES D.; Montgomery; A S SPIVEY, ROBERT DAWSON, JR.; Sylocaugo; Commerce; Commerce Association; AIA; Pep Squad SPIVEY, ROBERT E.; Tuscaloosa: Phi Gamma Delta; A S SPURRELL, ERIE VINCENT; Long Island, N. Y.; Education . . STABLER, FRANCES LUCILLE, Greenville; Delta Delta Delta; Education; Pep Squad; YWCA; Wesley . STALLINGS, FRANCES LOUGENIA; Dothan; Kappa Kappa Gommo; Chem- istry; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Pasteur Society; YWCA; Pep Squad; BSU. Pass the peas, Paul Get one for me, John , " -■ ' ■»■ « 1 1 Shealy Simmons, J. Smoll Smith, H. B. Smith, R. Sobel Spidle Shepherd Simmons, W. Smith, A. Smith, H. E. Smith, T. Solomon Spikes Sherkin Sims, F. Smith, B. Smith, H. D. Smith, W. C. South Spivey, R. D. Short Sims, J. Smith, B. Smith, J. Smith. W. L. Sowell Spivey, R. E. Shurboum Sinclair Smith, B. R, Smith, L. Smithers Spain Spurrell Siaweleski Sittason Smith, A. ( Smith, M. I Snoddy Spann Stabler Simmons, C Skeltcn Smith, G. C Smith, M. C Snuggs Speaks Stallings CONTRACT WAS LET FOR MILLION DOLLAR MEDICAL-DENTAL EDUCATION BUILDING the senioR cUss STANLEY, HUGH ERWIN; Mobile; Chemistry; Phi Eta Sigma; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Secretary, Junior Class, Chemistry School; ACS; Alchemist Club; German Club STANTON, ALLISON HUBERT; Tarrant City; A S STAPLETON, JAMES RANDALL; Mobile; Commerce , STAPP, JERRY LEE; Bessemer; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; President Pro-tempore, Student Legislature; President, Pi Kappa Alpha; Vice-Presi- dent, ODK; Jasons; Druids; Phi Eta Sigma; Great Greeks; National Inter-Collegiate Debate Champion; State Director and Campus Chairman, Collegiate Council STATON, BOBBY GERALD; Union, Miss.; Engineering; Pi Tou Chi; Uni- versity Religious Council; IAS; Wesley STEEL, HENRY D.; Brent; Education . STEGEMEYER, PHILIP ENDERES; Ter- race Park, O.; Commerce; Commerce Association; Pep Squad; Canterbury Club. STEIG, BARBARA; Miami Beach, Fla.; Sigma Delta Tau; A S; Hillel . . . STEPHENSON, SAMUEL R., JR.; Birmingham; Phi Delta Theto; Chemistry; Phi Eta Sigmo; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Pep Squad; American Ceramic Society; Alchemist Club STEVENS, FREDERICK HANSON; Evergreen; Kappa Sigma; A S STEVENSON, V7ILLIAM ALFRED; Montgomery; Law STEWART, JAMES ERWIN; Gadsden; Alpha Tau Omega; A S; Interfraternity Council; IRC; Secretary, Alpha Tau Omega STEWART, WALKER BYRON; Rockford; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S; Interfraternity Council STITH, JOHN ROBERT, JR.; Miami, Fla.; Commerce. STOCK, OTTO FREDERICK; Gainesville, Fla.; Phi Delta Theta; A S; Pep Squad STOCKARD, HENRY PATTON; Washington, D. C; A S; Pi Mu Epsilon; Sigma Gamma Epsi- lon; Phi Eta Sigma STOLLENWERCK, MARY GASTON Uniontown; Kappa Delta; Home Economics; Canterbury Club YWCA STONE, ROBERT M., JR.; Eutaw; Engineering Square Compass; WABP; ASCE STONE, WINTERS GREGG; Bessemer; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S; Blackfriors Pershing Rifles STRICKLEN, HENRY MARTIN; University Commerce STROUP, JOSEPH GARLAND; Anniston; A S Wesley; President, Methodist Student Movement; President, Spanish Club; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Pi Tau Chi; Alpha Phi Omega. STUART, ALLAN E.; Meridian, Miss.; Kappa Alpha; Engineer- ing; St. Pat ' s . STUCKEY, JULIAN ALVIN; Bay Minette; Pi Kappa Phi; Commerce STUCKEY, JULIUS ELVIN; Bay Minette; Pi Kappa Phi; Commerce STUDDARD, MELBA MARIE; Clanton; Alpha Gamma Delta; Home Economics; Al- pha Lambda Delta; Triangle; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Vice-Presi- dent, Caroline Hunt Club; Borden Award . . . STURKIE, RAY; Gadsden; Delta Tau Delta; A S . . . SWEAT, ROBERT H.; Bir- mingham; Delta Chi; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; AlChE; St. Pot ' s . . . SWIDER, TONY; Minne- apolis, Minn.; Theta Chi; Education; Philos; Education Repre- sentative to SGA; Newman Club; C-W. SWIFT, GEORGE ROBINSON, JR.; Atmore; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Commerce; Druids; Phi Eta Sigmo; Quadrangle; Corolla SWINGLE, IRA N., JR.; Mobile; Phi Koppo Sigma; A S; Leader, Alabama Cavaliers TARWATER, ARTHUR EDWARD; Hodges; Engineering; St. Pat ' s . . . TATUM, NANCY LEE; Meridian, Miss.; Education TAYLOR, JAMES W.; Mobile; Delta Chi; Education; Phi Delta Kappo; Scabbard Blade; Square Compass; Education Representa- tive to SGA; Publicity Chairman, Homecoming; Publicity Chairman, Corolla Beauty Boll . . . TAYLOR, MARY ANNELLE; Oneonto; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club TAYLOR, PAUL W.; Bessemer; Delta Chi; Education. TAYLOR, WAYNE L.; Houston, Tex.; A S; Wesley; Uni- versity Religious Council; YMCA; IRC; Pi Tau Chi TEAL, BENJAMIN F.; Decatur; Kappa Alpha; Commerce TERRELL, THOMAS JACKSON; Prentiss, Miss.; Engineering; Chi Epsilon; St. Pats; ASEE; Secretary, Chi Epsilon THOMAS, CHARLES W.; Tuscaloosa; Phi Gamma Delta; A S; Philos THOMAS, HOWARD EDWARD; University; Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineering; President, Phi Eta Sigma; Druids; Treasurer, Druids; President, St. Pat ' s Executive Council; Pi Tau Sigma THOMAS, WILLIAM MARION; Troy; A S; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Pep Squad; BSU THOMAS, WINFRED E.; Birmingham; Delta Zeto; Home Economics. THOMPSON, IRA DUKE; Greenville; A S THOMPSON, JAMES CLAUDE; Montgomery; A S; Pep Squad; Alpha Ep- silon Delta THOMPSON, MARGARET K.; Monroeville; Education; AIA; Caroline Hunt Club . THOMPSON, MARJORIE PEARLE; Georgetown, S. C; Theta Upsilon; A S; Pep Squad; Blackfriors THOMPSON, MARY JANE; Bir- mingham; Home Economics; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Pep Squad THOMPSON, WILLIAM E.; Marietta, Go.; Delta Tau Delta; Commerce; Commerce Association; Pep Squad, West- minster THOMSEN, HELEN LEE; Birmingham; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; BSU. K D ' s Hades rush party 8: she stole the derby Stanley Steig Stock Stuart Swift Taylor, W. Thompson, Stanton Stephenson Stockard Stuckey, J. A. Swingle Teal Thompson, J. Stapleton Stevens Stollenwerck Stuckey, J. E. Tarwater Terrell Thompson, M. K. Stapp Stevenson Stone Studdord Tatum Thomas, C. Thompson, M. P. Stoton Stewart, J. Stone Sturkie Taylor, J. Thomas, H. Thompson, M, J. Steel Stewart, W. Stricklen Sweat Taylor, M. Thomas, W. M. Thompson, W. Stegemeyer, P. E. Stith Stroup Swider Taylor, P. Thomas, W. E. Thomson, COOK ' S NEW LOOK TABLOID C-W WAS READ WEEKLY BY MORE THAN 5,000 the seniop class THOMSON, JOHN D.; Northport; Delta Chi; Engineering . . . THORNBURGH, HENRY L., JR.; Birmingham; Alpha Tou Omega; A S; Wesley THORNBURY, DONALD DAVIS; Birmingham; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Engineering; St. Pot ' s THORNTON, EDWARD THURSTON; Wetumpko; Com- merce; Scabbard Blade; Executive Council, Commerce As- sociation; Student Legislature; Square Compass THORNTON, PRESSLEY L.; Dothon; Sigma Nu; A S THORP, FRANCES ELAN; Birmingham; Home Economics TILTON, ANNE LIDE; Jacksonville, Flo.; A S; Alpha Lambda Delta; Zeta Phi Eta; Alpha Epsilon Rho; Pep Squad; LJniversity Theater. TILTON, GEORGE WEBSTER; Rutherford, N. J.; A S; Pep Squad TOBIAS, ELEANOR LOUISE; Montgomery; Zeta Tau Alpha; Education; Pep Squad; Wesley Choir; Panhellenic TOBIN, ROBERT; Peterson, N. J.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; Beta Alpha Psi; Phi Eta Sigma TODD, EDWARD HOFFORD; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; Commerce TOLLESON, ROBERT EUGENE; Heflin; Sigma Chi; Commerce; Beta Alpha Psi TOWNSEND, JESSE; Penns- grove, N. J.; Commerce; Commerce Association; Canterbury Club TRAYNOR, SARAH FRANCES; Birmingham; A S; Theta Sigma Phi; Philos. TUGGLE, WILLIAM PINKNEY; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S TUGWELL, ROY M.; Pensacola, Fla.; Engi- neering; ASME; St. Pat ' s TUNSTILL, VERTRUDE; Athens; Education; Pep Squad; Coroline Hunt Club TYNDAL, CHARLES MATHISON; Hamilton; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; Vice- President, Pi Kappa Alpha UPSHAW, JEFFERSON DAVIS, JR.; Louise, Miss.; Sigma Chi; A S; Phi Eta Sigma; Druids; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Interfraternity Council; Home- coming Committee UPTON, CAREY CLINTON; Bessemer; Commerce UTSEY, MARIAN; Fruitdale; Education. VADEN, GERALDINE M.; Tuscaloosa; Home Economics; French Club; Caroline Hunt Club VAIL, CARL J., JR.; San Antonio, Tex., Commerce , VALLELY, BENJAMIN DUNBAR; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha; Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma; Theta Tau; Alpha Pi Mu; St. Pat ' s Executive Coun- cil . , VANA, JOSEPH, JR.; East Islip, N. Y.; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; Canterbury Club; ASME; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tou Sigma VANN, JANE BARNETT; Birmingham; Delta Zeto; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club . VESSAR, JOHN WILLIAM, JR.; Corinth, Miss.; Engineering VAUGHAN, MARIAN RUTH; Birmingham; A S. VICKERS, DALLAS NEAL; Geneva; Kappa Sigma; Engineer- ing; Tau Beta Pi; Theta Tou VICKERS, WILLIAM EDWARD; Geneva; A S; Kappa Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon , . . VILLAR, BOBBY GENE; Pensacola, Flo.; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; Cadet Officers Club; WABP; Pep Squad . . . VINES, JOHN WILSON, JR.; Bessemer; Commerce; Beta Alpha Psi VOGLER, WILLIAM HAROLD; Tuscumbio; Engineering; Pi Mu Epsilon; Theta Tau; AlChE; Gamma Delta; Tau Beta Pi WAINWRIGHT, CHARLES F.; Birmingham; Commerce; Phi Eta Sigma . , WAITE, LEON M.; Mobile; Phi Kappa Sigma; Commerce; Alpha Phi Omega. WAKEFIELD, JOSEPH COLLINS, III; Albertville; Alpha Tau Omega; Commerce; Beta Alpha Psi WALDROP, U. V.; Randolph; Commerce WALKER, BILLY JAMES; Decatur; Engineering WALKER, CORINNE LANGHORNE; Mont- gomery; Kappa Kappa Gammo; Education; Alpha Lambda Delta; President, Sigma Delta Pi; Kappa Delta Pi; Spanish Club; YWCA; Canterbury Club; AAUW . . . WALKER, EMMETT EUGENE; Birmingham; Engineering . , WALKER, LEILA TERRY; Bedford, Vo.; Delta Gamma; A S; Women ' s Spirit Committee; Rammer Jammer; Choral Union; Glee Club; French Club; Secretory-Treasurer, Senior Class WALKER, WILLIAM N.; Huntsville; Engineering; AIME. WALKER, WILLIAM ROBERT; Laurel, Miss.; Sigma Chi; A S WALL, JIMMY MAURICE; Brewton; Theta Chi; A S WALLACE, CLEM I.; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; ASCE WALLACE, JAMES BOB; Longston; Education WALLER, BETTE JEAN; Mobile; A S WALLER, MARTHA THORINGTON; Greensboro; Kappa Delta; A S; Mortar Board; Student Legislature; Zeta Phi Eta; Triangle; Alpha Lambda Delta; Star of Pi Kappa Phi, 1947-48; Who ' s Who WALSH, EUGENE J.; Dunmore, Pa.; Engineering; Pi Mu Ep- silon. Roaring Twenty ' s party Just before the rush ■ ■m - : W 6i Thomson Tilton, G. Toggle Vaden Vickers, D. Wakefield Walker, W. R. Thornborgh Tobias Tugwell Vail Vickers, W. Waldrop Wall f Tbornbury Tobin Tunstill Vallely Villar Walker, B. Wallace, C. NJ 5» «( ' ) iX I Thornton, E. Todd Tyndal Vana Vines Walker, C. Wallace, J. ' Tr w Thornton, P. Tolleson Upshow Vonn Vogler Walker, E. Waller, B. f m 4 ' Thorp Townend Upton Vessar Wainwright Walker, L. Waller, M. Tilton, A. Traynor Utsey Voughan Woite Walker, W. N. Walsh I MAGNIFICENT AMELIA GAYLE GORGAS UBRARY IS ONE Of THE SOUTH ' S FINEST the senioR class WALTERS, THOMAS W.; Birmingham; A S WARCHAIZER, A. PHILIP; Brooklyn, N Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; Pep Squad . . . WARD, BUEY RANDOLPH; Birming- ham; Pi Kappa Phi; Education . . . WARD, DENSON A., JR.; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Pep Squad WARREN, WILLIAM M.; Tarrant; Delta Chi; Commerce WATERS, ' FRED PARKER; Opp; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Vice-President, Pi Kappa Alpha WATKINS, J. ALBERT; Huntsville; Phi Delta Theta; A S. WATKINS, VIRGINIA SUE; Birmingham; Phi Mu; A S; Pan- hellenic; Corresponding Secretary, AAUW; President, Phi Mu; House of Representatives, WSGA; Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha WATSON, BEATRICE HESTER; Birmingham; A S; Pi Mu Epsilon; Alpha Lambda Delta WATSON, JIMMY B.; Decatur; Delta Sigma Phi; A S WATSON, MARTHA TEAGUE; Montgomery; Alpha Delta Pi; A S WATSON, PEGGY JOYCE; Bessemer; Commerce; Women ' s Spirit Com- mittee Glee Club; Pep Squad WATSON, WILLIAM NEWTON; Milton, Flo ; A S WEAVER, GEORGE H.; Double Springs; Alpha Sigma Phi; A S; Rho Alpha Tau; Vice-President, Phi Eta Sigma; Interfraternity Council; Men ' s Spirit Committee. WEBB, CLYDE LOUIS; Birmingham; Commerce WEBB, JEAN JONES; Tuscaloosa; Education WEBER, MELVIN; Mobile; Kappa Nu; Commerce; President, Commerce Associa- tion; Chairman, Commerce Executive Council; Philos; Dean ' s Conference Committee; Scabbard Blade; Spirit Planning Committee; Who ' s Who WEIL, ALAN E.; Montgomery; Zeta Beta Tau; Commerce WELCH, GEORGE LEHMAN; Eclectic; Commerce WELLS, BUREN EARL; Ashford; Pi Kappa Phi; A S; Men ' s Glee Club WELLS, GEORGE DEWEY, JR.; Albertville; Alpha Tau Omega; Commerce. WELTON, WILBUR J.; Tuscaloosa; Commerce WEST, JAMES ERNEST; Townley; Theta Chi; A S WEST, YOUNG ULUAR; Townley; Theta Chi; A S WESTERVELT, FRANK HARVEY, JR.; Iselin, N. J.; Engineering; ASME; St. Pat ' s Pep Squad . WESTON, LORENE GERTRUDE; Bayou La Batre; Home Economics WETHERELL, HOWARD HENDERSON; Daytona Beach, Fla.; Sigma Chi; A S; Speech Club; Pep Squad WETMORE, SAMUEL STEWART; Bir- mingham; A S; Phi Eta Sigma; Assistant Editor, Rammer Jammer; Press Club; Pep Squad. WETTERAU, ELIZABETH MILDRED; Birmingham; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; Junior AAUW; President, Alpha Delta Pi . . . WHEELER, BENTON M.; Shelbyville, Tenn.; Theta Chi; Com- merce; Delta Sigma Pi; Beta Alpha Psi WHIDDON, JAMES GERALD, JR.; Montgomery; Delta Kappa Epsilon; A S; French Club . WHITE, LEWIS FARRIOR; Birmingham; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; AIIE WHITE, MARTHA SUE; Northport; Home Economics; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Upsi- lon Omicron , , WHITE, ROY SIDNEY; State Line, Miss.; Delta Tau Delta; A S; Pep Squad WHITFIELD, CHARLES H.; Meridian, Miss.; Commerce; Cadet Officers Club. WHITMAN, MARY ELLEN; Birmingham; A S; Alpha Kappa Delta WHITTET, FLORA ANN; Birmingham; Education; Rammer Jammer; C-W; Symphony Orchestra WIDEMAN, MARY SELLERS; Morion; Delta Zeto; Chemistry; Mortar Board; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Secretary, Pasteur Society; Wesley; Pep Squad; President, Delta Zeta WIGGINS, IDA JENKINS; Monroeville; Alpha Phi; Education; Pep Squad; Spirit Committee . . . WILBURN, MARY REBECCA; Washing- ton, D. C; A S; Wesley; Pi Tau Chi; Pep Squad; President, University Religious Council; Alpha Kappa Delta; YWCA . . . WILCOX, GUY TALMADGE; Steele; Education WILDER, CHARLES A.; Birmingham; Engineering; ASCE; St. Pat ' s. WILDER, GUY BENTLEY, JR.; Andalusia; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S WILEY, CLYDE F.; Ninety-Six, S. C; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; AIEE WILKINS, ELOUISE MAE; Pell City; Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Pep Squad WILKINS, WILLIAM RAYMOND; Leesburg, Fla.; Engineering , WILLIAMS, DIANE; Birmingham; Chi Omega; Education; Treasurer, Elementary School Council WILLIAMS, DOROTHY KATHRYN; Northport; Theta Upsilon; A S WILLIAMS, JESSIE LOUISE; Oxford; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A S Mortar Board; Philos; Triangle; University Re- ligious Council; President, YWCA; Who ' s Who. share Cropper ' s party A Cotillion presentation Wallers Warchaizer Ward, B. Word, D. Warren Waters Watkins, J. Wotkins, V. Watson, B. Watson, J. Watson, M, Watson, P. Watson, W. Weaver Webb, C. Webb, J. Weber Weil Welch Wells, B. Wells, G. Wellon West, J. West, Y. Westervelt Weston Wetherell Wetmore Wetlerau Wheeler Whiddon White, L. White, M. White, R. Whitfield Whilman Whittet Widemon Wiggins Wilburn Wilcox Wilder, C. Wilder, G. Wiley Wilkins, E. Wilkins, W. Williams, Diane Williams, D. K. Williams, J. L RAY McKINLEY APPEARED FOR THE COTILLION CLUB ' S FALL QUARTER DANCE • I l the seniop cUss WILLIAMS, JOHN WATSON; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha Low; Phi Alpha Delta; Student Executive Council WILLIAMS, RICHARD LILES; Frisco City; Commerce; Pep Squad Commerce Association WILLIAMS, ROBERT LEE; Birming- ham; Commerce . . WILLIAMS, SARAH NELL; Moundville Home Economics WILLIAMSON, HUGH INMAN; Bir- mingham; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Theta Tau: St. Pot ' s; BSU; ASCE WILLIAMSON, KENNETH EUGENE; Montgomery; Engineering WILLIS, RICHARD MUHAT; Brookhaven; A S; Symphony Orchestra. WILLOUGHBY, HARVEY DOYLE, JR.; Birmingham; Engineer- ing; ASME WILSON, AMELIA; Florence; Zeta Tau Alpha; Commerce; Phi Chi Theta; YWCA; Junior AAUW; Wesley WILSON, EDWARD EARL; Oak Ridge, Tenn.; Commerce . . . EMRICE DEAN; Gadsden; Commerce . . . WILSON, MARTIN; Kennedy; A S; Press Club; Square C-W WILSON, KATHLEEN; Fort Payne; Alpha Chemistry; Pasteur Society; Pep Squad WILSON, HAROLD Compass; Xi Delta; WINKLER, DOROTHY PREWITT; Birmingham; Education. WINKLER, JAMES W.; Boone, N. C; Engineering; Pi Mu Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi WINN, ALMA ADAIR; Uniontown; Delta Delta Delta; Education WINTER, IRVING M.; Montgomery; Commerce; IRC; Phi Epsilon Pi WISE, JAMES DONALD; Selmo; Engineering; ASCE; SAME WISE, RUTH; Samson; Home Economics; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Pep Squad WITSELL, CAROLINE RICHARDS; Memphis, Tenn.; Chi Omega; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club . . . WOLTMAN, CLAIRE JEANNE; Elkins Parks, Pa.; Alpha Phi; A S; Women ' s Spirit Committee. WOOD, ERNEST H.; Cullman; Commerce WOOD, JAMES BARRY, JR.; Indianola, Miss.; A S WOODHAM, MARGARET LENORA; Hartford; Education; Wesley; Pep Squad WOODLIFF, CATHERINE; Gadscen; Sigma Delta Pi; Spanish Club; Women ' s Spirit Committee . . . WOODRUFF, JIMMIE SUE; Tuscumbio; Home Economics WOODY, JAMES ARTHUR; Tuscaloosa; Sigma Chi; Commerce; Com- merce Association WORTHINGTON, ANNETTE OMA; Atlanta, Ga.; Alpha Phi; Home Economics; Pep Squad; Presi- dent, Women ' s Spirit Committee; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Spirit Planning Committee; YWCA; Caroline Hunt Club. WRIGHT, JOE LANIER; Rutledge; Education . . . WRIGHT, MARY EMILY; Valley Head; Home Economics . WUSKA, ANDREW TIMOTHY; Hilton Village, Va.; Theta Chi; Engineer- ing; Theta Tau; ASME; St. Pat ' s Council; C-W; Men ' s Spirit Committee; Newman Club , WYATT, ROY O.; Decatur; Kappa Alpha; A S; German Club WYCOFF, SAMUEL JOHN; Anniston; Delta Chi; A S; Canterbury Club; YMCA; Pep Squad; German Club WYNEGAR, WILLIAM WALLACE; Knoxville, Tenn.; Phi Gamma Delta; A S WYNN, ALBERT McCONNELL, JR.; Birmingham; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce. YANTIS, PAUL L., JR.; University; Engineering . . YANUCK, PAUL RONALD; Birmingham; Kappa Nu; A S WABP; Corolla . . . YASWEN, CHESTER E.; Forrest Hills, N. Y. Sigma Alpha Mu; A S YEUELL, H. DAVIS; Tuscaloosa Kappa Alpha; Education; President, Druids; Jasons; Quad- rangle; Student Legislature; Manager, Debate Squad; Tau Kappa Alpha; Pershing Rifles; Pep Squad; Westminster; YMCA YORK, BYRON J.; Sumiton; Engineering; Alpha Phi Omega; St. Pat ' s; AIEE; Pep Squad . YOUNG, BROOKS M.; Eutaw; Engineering; AIEE; St. Pat ' s YOUNG, FRANK WAYLAND; Elba; Engineering; ASME; Square Compass; St. Pat ' s. YOUNG, JAMES COVERT; Meridian, Miss.; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Commerce YOUNG, JEAN AUDREY; Sheffield; A S; YWCA; Wesley YOUNG, LINCOLN McKEIVER; Hamilton; Engineering; Pi Tau Sigma; St. Pat ' s YOUNG, ROBERT; Boston, Mass.; Commerce YOUNG, ROBERT E.; Corinth, Miss.; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; ASCE ZEIGLER, MARGARET; Fort Deposit; Education ZEVE, GRACE JANET; Youngstown, C; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S ZIMMERLY, EDWARD VINCENT; Erie, Pa.; Commerce; Alpha Kappa Psi. Had so many children Madge in her glory Williams, J. W. Willoughby Winkler, J. Wood, E. Wright, J. Yontis Young, J. C. Williams, Richard Wilson, A. Winn Wood, J. Wright, M. Yonuck Young, J. A. Williams, Robert Wilson, E. E. Winter Woodhan Wuska Yoswen Young, L. Williams, Sarah Wilson, E. D. Wise, J. Woodliff Wyatt Yeuell Young, Robert Williamson, H. Wilson, H. Wise, R. Woodruff Wycoff York Young, Robert E. Zeigler Williamson, K. Wilson, K. Witsell Woody Wynegar Young, B. Zeve Willis Winkler, D. Woltman Worthington Wynn Young, F. Zimmerly NEW WOMEN ' S DORMITORY WAS NAMED IN MEMORY OF MISS HELEN OSBAND un6eRGRA6uAtes BIDS WERE RECEIVED ON ERECTION OF 6,000 NEW SEATS IN DENNY STADIUM the un6epQRA5uAtes ABADIE, JEANNE MARIE; New Orleons, La.; Chi Omega; A S; Pep Squad; Newmon Club; Rommer Jammer; YWCA; C-W ABRAAAS, STUART PHILLIP; Asbury Pork, N. J.; Commerce; Pep Squad ABROMS, EVELYN; Florence; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S; Triongle ADAIR, JOHN LEON; Tuscalooso; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce; Pep Squad; Phi Eta Sigmo; Rho Alpha Tau; Alpha Kappa Psi . ADAIR, ROBERT HOWARD; Mobile; Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineering ADAMS, CELESTE PAT; Ozark; A S; Pep Squad; Triangle; YWCA; Wesley; Secretary-Treasurer, Sopho- more Class . ADAMS, CHARLES D.; Sheffield; Engineering; ASCE; St. Pat ' s; Wesley ADAMS, CHARLES FRANCIS; Mobile; Theta Chi; A S; Bond; Symphony Orchestra; Wesley ADAMS, CHARLES LUCIAN; Springhill; Delto Koppo Epsilon; Engineering. ADAMS, TRENTON EARLE, JR.; Anniston; Alpha Tou Omega; Commerce ADAMS, WILLIAM ARTHUR, JR.; Miami, Flo.; A S; Varsity Track . . . ADDISON, JOSEPH REX; Highland Home; Commerce ADKINS, CAROLYN COLE; Ashville; A S ADKINS, JOE WESTBROOK; Ash- ville; Pi Koppa Phi; Commerce ADLER, ELANORA; Cincinnoti; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Education; C-W; Corolla; YWCA; Hillel; Blackfriars ADWELL, BILLIE RUTH; Birmingham; Phi Mu; Educotion . . . ALBERT, ROSS CLAYTON; Birmingham; Pi Koppo Phi; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; Wesley Choir ALBERTS, ROY DONALD; Baltimore, Md.; Delta Sigmo Phi; Engineering; Pep Squad. ALDERMAN, LOIS WILMA; New Haven, Conn.; A S; Corolla; C-W; Sec- retary, Press Club; Hillel Council; Rammer Jammer ALEXANDER, GLENDA; Tuscaloosa; Phi Mu; Home Economics; Secretory, Coroline Hunt Club; Triangle ALEXANDER, JOE, JR.; Foyette; Sigma Nu; Com- merce; Commerce Association . . ALEXANDER, JUNE; Fayette; Chemistry; ACS Student Affiliote; Pasteur Society; Alchemist ALLEGRI, JACK A.; Daphne; Commerce; Newman Club . . ALLEN, CHARLENE JOYCE; Fair- field; Alpha Chi Omega; A S; Women ' s Spirit Committee; Corolla; Wesley Choir; Pep Squad ALLEN, DOROTHY GRACE; Mobile; Chi Omego; A S; Pep Squod; French Club ALLEN, EDNA EARLE; Mobile; A S ALLEN, FRANCES OFFUTT; Louisville, Ky.; Zeta Tau Alpha; A S. ALLEN, JO ANN; Birminghom; Phi Mu; Commerce; Pep Squad . . . ALLEN, MARY ELIZABETH; Birmingham; Zeta Tau Alpha; Home Economics, Triangle; C-W; Caroline Hunt Club; YWCA ALLEN, MARY PEARSON; Tuscaloosa; Education ALLEY, LEHMAN MURRAY, JR.; Birmingham Pi Koppo Alpho; A S; President, Freshman Class; Debate Squad; Corolla . . . ALLISON, HELEN; Rash; Chemistry; Pasteur Society; ACS; BSU . . . ALSTON, AUBURN LEWIS; Birmingham; Delta Chi; Commerce AMAN, JAMES COVINGTON; Montgomery; Lombdo Chi Alpha; A S; Pep Squod; BSU ANDERSON, KAREN DAGNY; Gadsden; Delta Delto Delta; A S . . . ANDERSON, CLINTON D.; Huntsville; Pi Koppa Alpho; A S; Pep Squad. Squeal merriment ANDERSON, GLENN DAVID; Montgomery; Koppo Delta; A S; Triangle; YWCA; Westminster ANDERSON, NANCY TOM; Dallas, Tex.; Pi Beta Phi; A S ANDREWS, BEVERLY; University; Koppa Kappa Gommo; A S ANDREWS, ROBERT LARRY; Birminghom; A S; Uni- versity Theater; C-W . . . ARCHER, CHARLES JACK; Huntsville; Engineer- ing; Blackfriars; St. Pat ' s; AlChE ARGENZIA, JOHN MARIUS; Rome, N. Y.; Chemistry , ARMSTRONG, BETTY ROSS; Birmingham; Phi Mu; Education; WABP; Wesley; Pep Squod ARMSTRONG, CHARLES HARRIS, JR.; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha; Chemistry ARMSTRONG, GORDON GRAY, JR.; Mobile; Sigmo Chi; Commerce. ARMSTRONG, RICHARD FREDERICK; Quonset Point, R. I.; Commerce, Commerce Association ARNOLD, EILEEN ALICE; Atlonto, Go.; A S Blackfriars; WABP ARNOLD, JESSE ERNEST; University; Educotion 3rd Vice-President, AIA ARNOLD, ROBERT J.; Heflin; Alpha Sigmo Phi; Commerce ARSTEIN, SARA ANN; Orlando, Flo.; Sigmo Delto Tou; Home Economics ASMAN, HARRY; Leeds; Koppo Nu; Commerce IZFA; Hillel; Commerce Association ASTLEFORD, JOHN JOSEPH Dothon; Sigmo Nu; Engineering; St. Pot ' s ATCHISON, JACQUELINE Birmingham; Kappa Koppa Gommo; A S; Corolla AULT, JO; Bir- mingham; Phi Mu; Education. AUERBACH, RITA KAY; Hottiesburg, Miss.; Sigma Delta Tou; Education AUSTIN, BETTY JANE; Tuscolooso; Phi Mu; A S; Westminster AVERRETT, MARGARET ELIZABETH; Tuskegee; Chemistry AVERY, WILLIAM MARVIN, JR.; Five Points; Commerce; Pep Squad; BSU; Com- merce Association . AVERYT, ALWYN RICHARD; Birmingham; Sigmo Nu; Commerce; Commerce Associotion AYCOCK, MAUDE ELLEN Huntsville; A S AYRES, FRED PATTERSON; Dothon; Sigma Nu, Engineering . . , BACHARACH, HERMINE MARILYN; Clarksdole, Miss, Alpha Epsilon Phi; Home Economics BAGGETT, JIMMY KEITH; Mont- gomery; Alpha Tou Omego; Commerce. BAGWELL, PAT BULURD; Atlanta, Go.; Alpha Phi; A S; C-W; Pep Squod BAILEY, DONALD CARTER; Laurel, Miss.; Phi Gamma Delta; Engineering; Phi Eto Sigma; Cabinet, YMCA; Pep Squad; Corolla; West- minster; Theto Tou BAILEY, DORET ELEANOR; Honolulu. Hawaii; Alpha Phi; Home Economics; Canterbury Club; Women ' s Spirit Committee . . BAILEY, GEORGE H.; Montgomery; Phi Delto Theto; Commerce; Com- merce Associotion BAILEY, WALTER H., JR.; Laurel, Miss.; Phi Gommo Delta; Engineering; Rho Alpho Tou; Pep Squod BAIRD, VERA JEAN; Mt. Carmel, HI.; A S; Speech Club; Nu Phi Mu; YWCA BAKER, HAROLD LEE; Birmingham; Pi Koppa Phi; Engineering; President, Junior Class; Scabbard Blade; IFC; Executive Council, St. Pot ' s; Cadet Officers Club; IAS; SAME BAKER, OLIVER CHARLES; Cedar Bluff; Phi Gamma Delta; A S; Rammer Jammer; Corolla BALDERSON, JAMES FRANKLIN; Mobile; Chi Phi; A S. Steam? Baldwin Barchord Barnett, R. Bates Beorman, M. Beck, M. Bellenger, M. W Benton, John Barber Barnett, M. A. Bass Bearman, A. Beck, Charles Bell, Y. Benton, Joann Bern, J. ALABAMA OFFERED THE FIRST POLISH LANGUAGE COURSE IN THE SOUTHLAND the un6eRQpa6uates ' i BALDWIN, MARION GENDRON; Gadsden,- Theto Xi; A S; Rho Alphn Tau; Pep Squoa BALL, MARTHA ANN; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Delta Pi; Educotion BALLARD, IRA HUGH; Gadsden; Pi Kappa Alpha; Com- merce . . . SALLOW, ROLAND ELLISON; B.rmingham; Theto Chi; Commerce; Pep Squad BANKESTER, CLAUDE ELLIS; Robertsdole; Com- merce BANKHEAD, JOHN MOLLIS; Jasper; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce BANKS, JAMES OLIVER; Eutaw; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Commerce BANKS, THOMAS DuPRE; Attallo; Sigma Nu; Commerce; Men ' s Spirit Committee; Rho Alpha Tau BARBER, MARION; Day- tona Beach, Fla.; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; Pep Squad. BEARMAN, MARVIN; Birmingham; Kappa Nu; Commerce; Phi Eto Sigma; Pep Squad BEASLEY, ROBERT DALTON; Ozark; Kappa Sig- ma; A S BEATTY, CHARLES GAILBREATH; Deland, Flo.; Alpha Tau Omega; Commerce; Pershing Rifles; YMCA; Commerce Association BEAUCHAMP, RICHARD HARMON; Jacksonville, Fla.; Engineering; Varsity Track BEBBER, HOWARD; South Boston, Va.; Delta Tau Delto; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; ASCE; Pep Squad; Men ' s Glee Club; Rammer Jam- mer . BECK, BETTY; Bessemer; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Commerce; Com- merce Association BECK, BEVERLY; Portsmouth, Vo.; Zeta Tau Alpho; Education; Canterbury Club BECK, CAROL CLIFTON; Lillian; Theto Upsilon; A S; Pep Squad; Canterbury Club; Choral Union BECK, CHARLES RICHARD; Dothon; Alpha Tau Omega; A S; Rammer Jammer. BARCHARD, KATHRYN LAVERNE; Foley; A S BARFOOT, ELIZABETH CAROLYN; Gadsden; Alpha Phi; A S; Triangle; Pep Squad; Women ' s Spirit Committee; Newman Club; Treasurer, Alpha Phi BARNARD, CORA LEE; Union Grove; Educotion BARNES, JAMES LAFAYETTE; Ozork; Kappa Sigma; A S . . BARNES, PATRICIA ANN; Forest, Miss.; Alpha Chi Omega; Education . BARNES, WILMA JAVES; Montgomery; Delta Zeto; Home Economics; Symphony Orchestra; Caroline Hunt Club; Canterbury Club BARNETT, DOROTHY JEANNE; Mobile; A S; YWCA BARNETT, MADGE JEAN; Louisville, Ky.; Delta Delto Delto; Home Economics; Miss Homecoming, 1949; Sweet- heart of Sigma Chi . . BARNETT, MARY ANNE; Birmingham; Delta Zeto; A S; Triangle; Philos; Canterbury Club. BARNETT, RICHARD K.; Montgomery; Delta Chi; Engineering . . BARNHART, JOY ANN; Birmingham; Alpha Chi Omega; Home Economics BARR, JAMES RICHARD; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce BARRETT, JAMES COLE; Birmingham; A S BARRON, WILLIAM THOMPSON; Brevrton; Engineering . . . BARTON, ALAN; Selmo; Zeta Beta Tou; Commerce; Corolla; Pep Squad BARTON, EVELYN RUTH; Selma; A S . . BASORE, MARY ANN; Tulsa, Okla.; Chi Omego; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Pep Squad BASS, JOHN BENTON; Winter Pork, Flo.; Sigma Chi; A S; C-W. BECK, MARTHA RICHARD; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Chi Omega; A S BECKER, CAROLYN SUE; Orlando, Flo.; Sigmo Delta Tou; Home Economics; Pep Squad; Hillel BECKER, JAMES THOMAS; Little Rock, Ark.; Sigma Chi; A S BEDDOW, WILLIAM; Birmingham; Delta Kappa Epsilon; A S BEELAND, JOANNE SLEMONS; Greenville; Kappa Delta; Education; YWCA BELL, JO ANNE; Fyffe; A S BELL, JUDITH ANN; Tuscaloosa; Delta Gamma; A S; C-W BELL, SARA FRANCES; Northport; Alpha Chi Omega; A S BELL, YVONNE; Bir- mingham; Home Economics; YWCA; Pep Squad. BELLENGER, MARY WOOD; Gadsden; Kappa Kappa Gommo; A S; President, IRC; University Religious Council; Newman Club BELLENGER, MOLLY JO; Gadsden; Alpha Comma Delta; Commerce; Pep Squad; Wesley BENDINGER, BARBARA JANE; Coral Gables, Flo.; Phi Mu; A S; Pep Squad; YWCA BENEDICT, RUSSELL COLLYER; Oradell, N. J.; Theto Xi; A S; WABP; C-W BENNETT, AUSTEN LEGRANDE, III; Tuscaloosa; Delto Koppo Epsilon; A S BENNETT, MARY FITTS; Tuscaloosa; Koppo Delto; A S; French Club; YWCA . . . BENTLEY, ARTHUR CALVIN; Birmingham; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; AIEE BENTLEY, FRANK; Montgomery; Delta Tau Delta; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; YMCA; Wesley; IRC; Pep Squad; Corolla BENTON, JOANN; Opp; Chi Omega; A S. BATES, JUDY LOUISE; Enterprise; Alpha Delta Pi; Education; Triangle; Alpha Lambda Delta BATLEY, TURNER GAINES; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineering; Pep Squad; St. PatS; Corolla BAUER, BOBETTE JOAN; Shreveport, La., Alpho Epsilon Phi; A S; Corolla; Pep Squad BAUMHAUER, MARY LOUISE; Mobile; Chemistry BAXLEY, JARMAN GEDDES; Selmo; A S BAYLOR, JOHN G.; Dothon; Phi Comma Delta; Commerce; C-W; Corolla BAYNES, CONNIE; Tollo- dego; Alpha Delta Pi; Educotion; Swan Club; B lackfriors; Pep Squad BEARD, JAMES WHITFIELD; Tuscolooso; Commerce BEARMAN, ALVIN JEROME; Birmingham; Koppo Nu; A S; Hillel; IZFA. Bama Doy horse play BENTON, JOHN W.; Enterprise; A S; BERG, JOHN LLOYD; Jasper, Ind.; Educotion; Varsity Track; Varsity Basketball BERGIN, JACK EDWARD; Chicogo Heights, III.; Alpha Tau Omego; Commerce; Pep Squad; Commerce Association BERK, FRANCES RAE; Dothon; Sigma Delta Tau; Home Economics; Pep Squad; Corolla; Caroline Hunt Club BERKSTRESSER, MARY ALICE; Gadsden; Kappa Delta; Education; Corolla; Pep Squad; YWCA BERLIN, RAYMOND; Altoono; Koppo Nu; A S; Corolla . , BERMAN, RICHARD JERRY; Birmingham; Kappa Nu; Engi- neering; St. Pot ' s BERN, IRVING ISAAC; Montgomery; Kappa Nu; A S; Rifle Team; IZFA; Hillel BERN, JACK LAIRD; McMinnville, Tenn.; Kappa Nu; A S; Pep Squad. WUOA-fIA IS ALABAtAA ' S FIRST NON-COMMERCIAL EDUCATIONAL FM STATION the un6eRQPaC)uates BERNSTEIN, DAVID HENRY; Birmingham,- Zeta Beta Tau; Commerce,- Corollo; Boma Day Committee BERNSTEIN, MELVYNE GERALD; Tampa, Flo.; Kappa Nu; Commerce; President, Rho Alpha Tau; Vice- President, Druids; C-W; Corolla; Alpha Phi Omega BERRY, GEORGE HAROLD; Fayette; Phi Kappa Sigma; A S; Corolla; Pep Squad - - BERRY, PEGGY ANN; Orlando, Flo.; Pi Beta Phi; Home Economics; Tri- angle; YWCA . BERRY, WALTER LESLIE; Chickosaw; Alpha Sigma Phi; A S; Corolla , . BERRY, WALTER TREUTLEN; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Rammer Jammer; C-W BERRYHILL, LOLA GAY; Hamilton; Education . BERRYMAN, WILLIAM CLINTON; Town Creek; Delta Sigma Phi; A S; Alpha Phi Omega; Pep Squad; Wesley; German Club BIDDLE, BETTYE LEE; Birmingham; A S. BOLEN, WILLIAM OSSIAN; Selmo; A S; Rho Alpha Tau; Druids; Pershing Ritles; BSU BOLLER, BARBARA ANN; Foley; Alpha Xi Delta; Home Economics; Canterbury Club BOLTON, NOAH C; Johnson City, Tenn.; Phi Comma Delta; Commerce; Cadet Officers Council; Corolla; C-W; Pep Squad BOND, MARY MARGARET; Jack- son, Miss.; A S . BOONE, BETTY; Tuscolooso; Kappa Delta; A S; YWCA; Corolla BOORSTEIN, JEROME LEONARD; New York, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Engineering; Pep Squad BOOTH, CARL M.; Mo- bile; Sigma Chi; A S; Pep Squad BOOTH, JOE T.; Florolo; Delto Tau Delta; A S; YMCA; IRC; Alpha Phi Omega; Pep Squad , BOSTICK, HUGH PARKER; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Cor- responding Secretary, IRC; Westminster; Pep Squad. BIVINS, BARBARA JEAN; Moultrie, Go.; Education; French Club; Wes- ley BLACK, DELISLE; Montgomery; Delta Tou Delta; Engineering; Band; St. Pat ' s BLACK, WALTER CRISPELL; Troy; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce BLACKWELL, AUBREY; Adamsville; Engineering BLACKWELL, GORDON EUSTACE, JR.; Mobile; Pi Kappa Alpha; Com- merce; Wesley; Corolla; Pershing Rifles BLACKWELL, JACKIE; Semmes; Chi Omega; Education BLACKWELL, VIRGINIA; New Market; Commerce; Pep Squad BLAIR, JANE; Riderwood; Delta Gamma; A S BLAKE, ANNA CAROLYN; Phenix City; Phi Mu; A S. BLANKENSHIP, EMMA RUTH; Tuscumbia; Delta Gamma; Education; Tri- angle; YWCA BLANKENSHIP, HAROLD JACKSON; Tuscaloosa; Com- merce , , BLANKENSHIP, WILLIAM R.; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce BLANTON, VIRGINIA CAROLYN; Red Bay; A S BLASINGAME, MARY E.; Camp Hill; Chemistry; Alchemist Club BLISS, JANE ALICE; Birmingham; Chi Omego; A S , - - BLISS, JOAN; Dothon; Kappa Kappa Gammo; Home Economics; YWCA; Caroline Hunt Club BLISS, LEWIS; Savannah, Go.; Chi Phi; Education , BLOCK, BERNARD; Birmingham; Kappa Nu; A S; WABP; IZFA; Hillel. BLOODGOOD, DAVID TITUS; Franklin, N. Y.; Chemistry . , BLUE, ELIZABETH RHODES; Union Springs; Kappa Delta; A S; Pep Squad; YWCA; Rammer Jammer BLUM, JACK; Rochester, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; WABP; Corolla; Commerce Club . BLUMBERG, HERBERT P.; Dothan; Zeta Beta Tau; Commerce; Band; Hillel; Corolla BLUME, JAMES HOWARD; Derby, Conn.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; WABP . BOBER, BETTY JANE; Mobile; Delta Delta Delta; Home Eco- nomics; C-W; Rammer Jammer; Pep Squad; Swan Club; YWCA BODIE, HARRY CONRAD; Brunswick, Md.; Chi Phi; Engineering; Black- friars BOGGS, BOBBY LEE; Lanett; Pi Kappa Phi; Commerce BOLASKY, SYLVIA; Jacksonville, Fla.; Sigma Delta Tau; A S; Debate Squad; Treasurer, Zeta Phi Eta; Secretary, Women ' s Spirit Committee; Tau Kappa Alpha; President, Sigma Delta Tau; University Religious Council; Hillel. BOSTICK, JUANITA DIANA; Birminghom; Phi Mu; Home Economics; Panhellenic; Corolla; Pep Squad BOSTWICK, BETTY; Mobile; Edu- cation; Vocalist, Alabama Cavaliers; Pep Squad BOUNDS, DONALD BOUTWELL, BOWEN, JACK RICHARD; Springhill; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Commerce Paul Joseph; Opp; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce WESLEY; Birmingham; Theta Xi; Commerce; Pep Squad; Circulation Man- ager, Rammer Jammer; Commerce Association; Druids BOWMAN, CHARLES H., JR.; Chicago; A S; AIA; Golf Team BOWMAN MAREA LLOYDS; Charleston, S. C; Delta Delta Delta; Education; Pep Squad BOX, BETTY LEE; Springhill; Zeta Tou Alpha; A S , BOYER, ELIZABETH ALICE; St. Petersburg, Flo.; Commerce. BOYKIN, LUKE HUDSON; Scottsboro; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Engineer- ing BOYLE, CLYDE DAVID; Long Islond, N. Y.; Theto Xi; Commerce BRAGG, JAMES W.; Huntsville; A S BRANNON, LOUISE D., Birmingham; Pi Beta Phi; A S BRASHER, LOUIS ACKERMAN, JR., Alabama City; Commerce BRATTON, JOYCE ANN; Decherd, Tenn., Pi Beta Phi; A S; Corolla; YWCA BRAWNER, MARIEL; Birmingham, Alpha Chi Omega; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Pep Squad Treasurer, Alpha Chi BREAKSTONE, JOE; Lawrence, Long Island N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; Pep Squad; C-W BREED. CHARLES; Garden City. Long Island, N. Y.; A S. BRENNER, WALTER; Montgomery; Kappa Nu; Commerce . . . BRETH, JAMES RAYMOND; Bessemer; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Commerce; Choral Union BREWER, MARILYN; Mobile; Education; Corolla; Homecoming Com- mittee; Pep Squad BRICE, FORREST WAKEFIELD; Tuscaloosa; Pi Koppa Alpha; A S; Debate Squad; Blockfriors; Corollo; Pep Squad . . BRICE, JAMES ALEXANDER; Tuscaloosa; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce . . BRIECE, MARY LEE; Kirkwood, Mo.; Phi Newman Club; Press Club; Pep Squad mingham; Delta Tou Delta; A S; IRC Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club Mu; A S; Exchange Editor, C-W; BRIGGS, GEORGE R.; Bir- BRINKLEY, DOT; Decatur, Go.; BRINSON, HOMER HODGES; Blc. ' ' ely, Go.; Alpha Tou Omego; Educotion; Westminster; Freshman Foot- boll. Nursery School Christmas party AIA Bollerino in Union Brisendine Bristow Brittain Brobston Brooks, James B. Brooks, J. Boiling Brooks, John Brotherton Broun Brown, A. Brown, Bob S. Brown, Bobbie Brown, D. Brown, Jock Brown, John Brown, Laura Brown, R. Brown, T. Brugal Bruhn Brunner Bruns Brunson Brutkiewicz Bryan, E. Bryan, F. Bryan, J. Bryan, L. Bryan, W. Bryant Buchman Buckler Buffler Bullord Bullock Burden Burgess Burns, D. Burns, F. Burton, M. Burton, O. Busby Butts Byck Cade Cain, A. Cain, S. Caldwell Calloway Camden Campbell, A. Campbell, B. Campbell, J. Campbell, L. Canaan Conte y Capouya Corgile Carlovitz Cornrchael Carpenter Carr, P. Carr, W. Corrawoy Corrino Carroll, B. A. Carroll, I. Corruba Carson Carter D. Carter, J. Carter, R. OPERA STAR HELEN JEPSON APPEARED WITH WESLEY CHOIR AT CHRISTMAS the un6epqRA6uates BRISENDiNE, JAMES RONALD; Atlanta, Ga,; Chi Phi; Engineering . . BRISTOW, PRESTON ABNER; Birmingham; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; SAME BRITTAIN, NANCY CAROLYN; Oneonta; Zeta Tou Alpho; Home Economics BROBSTON, EDWIN L.; Bessemer; Kappa Alpha; A S BROOKS, JAMES B.; Birmingham; Commerce BROOKS, JAMES BOLLING; Brewton; Phi Delta Theto; A S BROOKS, JOHN HENRY; Montgomery; Alpha Tau Omega; Commerce BROTHERTON, BARBARA BATES; Jasper; Chi Omega; A S; Pep Squad BROUN, MILDRED CRYER; Washington, D. C; Delta Gamma; Home Economics; Newman Club; Pep Squad. BROWN, ABNER VINCENT; Millry; Pi Kappa Phi; A S BROWN, BOB S.; South Boston, Vo.; Theto Chi; A S; Men ' s Glee Club; Pep Squad BROWN, BOBBIE; Birmingham; Phi Mu; A S; YWCA; Triongle; Sponsor, Pershing Rides; Miss Alabama Air, 1949 BROWN, DOROTHY RUTH; Birmingham; Alpha Chi Omega; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club BROWN, JACK M.; Jasper; Phi Kappa Sigma; Commerce BROWN, JOHN DOUGLAS; Roanoke, Va.; Commerce BROWN, LAURA ELIZABETH; Tampa, Fla.; A S; C-W; Pep Squad BROWN, ROBERT ALEXANDER; Mobile; A S; Wesley BROWN, TEENY; Sylacauga; Zeto Tau Alpha; A S; Pep Squad. BRUGAL, EDWARD ANDRES; Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic; Engi- neering; Newman Club; AIA; Foreign Students Club; Coach, Boxing Team BRUHN, BARBARA ELLEN; Fort Monroe, Vo.; Alpha Xi Delta; A S; Pep Squad; Women ' s Spirit Committee; Choral Union BRUNNER, CLARA; Cullman; Education; Triangle; Bond BRUNS, BILLIE GENE; Bessemer; Phi Mu; A S; YWCA BRUNSON, DONALD HERBERT; Montgomery; Sigma Nu; Commerce BRUTKIEWICZ, DONALD E.; Mobile; Delta Sigma Phi; A S BRYAN, ELIZABETH; Union Point, Go.; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A S; YWCA BRYAN, FRANCES CLAYTON; Tollodego; Delto Delta Delta; Home Economics; Corolla; Pep Squad BRYAN, JOSEPH DURWARD, JR.; Montgomery; Phi Sigma Kappa; A S; C-W; Newman Club; Pep Squad; Men ' s Glee Club. BURGESS, ELIZABETH ANN; Birmingham; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; Pep Squad; Triangle; C-W; Press Club; Newman Club; YWCA BURNS, DORIS JACQUELINE; Coatopo; Delta Zeto; Commerce BURNS, FRED; Talladega; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S; Wesley Choir BURTON, MARY NELL; Hueytown; Home Economics BURTON, OTIS RICHMOND, JR.; Talladega; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce; Rho Alpha Tau; Druids; Pershing Rifles BUSBY, BEVERLY ANNE; Washington, D. C; A S Press Club; Rammer Jammer BUTTS, JAMES LEONARD; Jasper; Com- merce BYCK, SYLVAN M., JR.; Savannah, Go.; Zeta Beto Tau; Commerce; Assistant Advertising Manager, Rammer Jammer; WABP; Druids; Corolla; Blackfriors; Pershing Rifles; 1949 Boma Doy Committee . . . CADE, NATALIE WELCH; Founsdale; Home Economics. CAIN, ARTHUR ROSS, JR.; College Park, Ga.; A S CAIN, SHIRLEY; Madison; Alpha Chi Omega; Home Economics; Vice-President, Freshman Class; Wesley; Pep Squad; Corolla; Caroline Hunt Club . CALDWELL, THOMAS C; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Engineering CALLOWAY, EDNA SHIRLEY; Tuscaloosa; Delta Delta Delta; Chemis- try; YWCA CAMDEN, THERESA ANNE; Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.; Pi Beta Phi; Commerce; Rammer Jammer CAMPBELL, ANN; Holey- ville; Education; Triangle; BSU; Pep Squad CAMPBELL, BETTY LOU; Brewton; A S CAMPBELL, JAMES EDSEL; Princeton, Flo.; Kappa Sigma; Commerce CAMPBELL, LEONARD ROY; Birmingham; Kappa Sigma; Commerce; Vice-President, Freshman Closs; Pershing Rifles. CANAAN, CORINNE ELIZABETH; Loxley; Education; Choral Union; Canterbury Club CANTEY, THOMAS CLIFTON; Montgomery; Sigma Nu; Commerce CAPOUYA, RITA; Montgomery; A S CARGILE, JEAN; Montgomery; Delta Zeta; Commerce; Commerce Association CARLOVITZ, CARLYE MERLE; Mobile; Alpha Xi Delto; Commerce; Phi Chi Theto . CARMICHAEL, ARCHIE DANIEL, III; Dothan; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce CARPENTER, D. ARLEN; Birmingham; Phi Delta Theto; Commerce; Alpha Phi Omega CARR, PAUL L.; Montgomery; Theta Chi; Engineering; Bond; SAME; AICHE CARR, WILLIAM E.; Montgomery; Theta Chi; Engineering; Vice-President, Freshman Class. BRYAN, LLOYD L.; Mobile; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce; C-W; Corolla; Commerce Association BRYAN, WILLIAM TED; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha; Engineering; Theta Tou; Druids; Quadrangle; Philos; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; President, Lambda Chi Alpha; Student Court BRYANT, MARILYN K.; Rockville Center, N. Y.; Education BUCHMAN, PAUL; Mobile; Kappa Nu; Commerce BUCKLER, WILLIAM E.; East Alton, III.; Delta Tou Delta; A S; Pep Squad BUFFLER, MARY ELIZABETH; Florence; A S BULLARD, HERBERT L.; Birmingham; Delta Tou Delta; Chemistry; Pep Squad , BULLOCK, RICHARD STANLEY; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; Commerce BURDEN, CAROLYN ANN; Springhill; Alpha Gamma Delta; Education. The man gets a turkey CARRAWAY, WANDA LEE; Greenwood, Miss.; Commerce; YWCA; Wes- ley; Triongle; Pep Squad; Reporter, Phi Chi Theto; Women ' s Spirit Com- mittee; Commerce Association CARRINO, ALFRED FRANCIS; Roriton, N. Y.; Education CARROLL, BOOTS ANNE; Jocksonville, Flo.; Edu- cation; AIA; Pep Squod; Women ' s Spirit Committee CARROLL, IMOGENE; Ozork; A S; Pep Squad; Wesley CARRUBA, GLORIA MARIAN; Birmingham; Education; Blackfriors; Zeto Phi Eta CARSON, JOHN CURTIS; Huntsville; A S; Boxing Team; Pep Squad CARTER, DOROTHY NELL; Geraldine; Home Economics; AIA CARTER, JOHN CARSON; Repton; Delta Kappa Epsilon; A S CARTER, RICHARD CLEON, JR.; Huntsville; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; Circulation Manager, C-W; Cadet Officers Club; Pershing Rifles; Pep Squad. Carter, U. Cortledge Casaday Case Castelberry Cote Cothey Covin Cholifoux Chalker Chambliss Champion Chopin Chappell Chappelle Charbonneau Chew Childs, J. Childs, L. Chism Chitwood Christian Christopher, B. Christopher, D. Christopher, S. Chunn Clampetf Clark, B. B. Clark, B. L. Clark, E. Clark, J. Clark, M.Jill Clark, M. C. Ctark, M. Jeane Clemens Cleverly Clifford Clouse Coats, R. Coats, S. Cobb, C. Cobb, J. Cobb, L. Cobb, M. Cochrane Cogburn Cohen, H. Cohen, J. Cohen, R. Coken Cole, A. Cole, G. Cole, H. Cole, M. Cole, R. Cole, W. Coleman, D. Coleman, M. Coleman, R. E. Coleman, R. S. Coleman, S. E. Colemon, S. R Coley, D. R. • Coley, D, O. Collier Collins, A. Collins, B J. Collins, B. M. Collins, D. Collins, F. Collins, R. Collins, W. M. l ' FIGHT SONG " YEA ALABAMA " WAS AIRED BY VAUGHN MONROE ON CAMEL SHOW J the un6eRqRA5uates CARTER, UNALANE; Alexandria, Va.,- Alpha Chi Omega; A S CARTLEDGE, RAYMOND EUGENE; Panomo City, Flo.; Pi Kappa Phi; Com- merce; Band Captain; Cavaliers CASADAY, MARY ELLEN; Montgom- ery; Koppo Delta; A S; WSGA; YWCA CASE, ANNIE MARGARET; Mobile; Commerce; Newman Club; YWCA; Commerce Association CASTLEBERRY, DWIGHT JOHN; Bessemer; Lombda Chi Alpha; Education; Cotillion Club CATE, MARY LOUISE; Tuscaloosa; Zeta Tou Alpha; A S CATHEY, JOHN EDWARD; Gadsden; Pi Kappa Phi; A S CAVIN, JON; Amarillo, Tex.; Pi Koppo Alpha; A S , CHALIFOUX, ANN ELISE; Birmingham; Zeta Tau Alpha; A S. CLIFFORD, ARTHUR GENE; Talladega; A S; Pershing Rifles . . . CLOUSE, JOAN; Ozark; Pi Beta Phi; A S; Women ' s Spirit Committee; C-W; YWCA COATS, ROBERT BAILEY, JR.; Fairfield; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; Cotillion Club COATS, SUZANNE; Mobile; Alpha Delta Pi; Home Economics; Pep Squad; Chaplain, Alpha Delta Pi . COBB, CAROLYN; Birmingham; Alpha Chi Omega; Education; Rammer Jammer; Corolla; YWCA; Women ' s Spirit Committee . . COBB, JEFF RICHARD; Fayette; Phi Delta Theto; Commerce . COBB, LILLIAN MYRICK; LaGrange, Go.; Koppo Delta; Commerce COBB, MARY COLEMAN; Uniontown; Kappa Delta; Educotion; Pep Squad COCHRANE, ALAN DWIGHT; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce; Delta Sigma Phi; Cadet Officers Club. CHALKER, ROBERT PALMER; Birmingham; Kappa Sigma; Engineering; Pep Squad; St. Pat ' s CHAMBLISS, CHARLES; Greenville; Alpha Tou Omega; A S; YMCA; BSU CHAMPION, JASPER KNIGHT; Hayne- ville; Kappa Alpha; Commerce CHAPIN, MARY SETON; University; Theta Upsilon; A S; Pep Squad; Corolla CHAPPELL, SAM MARUS; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce CHAPPELLE, HELEN THELMA; Birmingham; Phi Mu; Home Economics; YWCA CHARBONNEAU, CHARLES LEW, JR.; Hattiesburg, Miss.; Sigma Chi; Commerce CHEW, SARA KATE; Augusta, Go.; A S , , , CHILDS, JAMES ROBERT; Elba; Pi Koppo Phi; Commerce. CHILDS, LOOMIS M.; Vicksburg, Miss,; A S; Triangle; Secretary, New- man Club CHISM, BETTY JANE; Franklin, Tenn.; A S . . CHITWOOD, HAROLD OTIS; Boaz; Alpha Tou Omega; Commerce; Pershing Rifles; YMCA CHRISTIAN, ROBERT LLEWELLYN, JR.; Nor- folk, Vo.; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce CHRISTOPHER, BILLY RICH; Athens; Koppo Sigma; Commerce; Pep Squad CHRISTOPHER, DAN McCALL, JR.; Josper; Sigma Nu; A S; Pep Squad CHRISTOPHER, SAM EMMETT; Port Payne; Alpha Tou Omega; Commerce CHUNN, VAN D.; Jackson; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S; Pep Squad CLAMPETT, JAMES WILLIAMS, JR.; Moyfield, Ky.; Sigma Chi; Commerce; Pep Squad; C-W. COGBURN. BENTON B.; Talladega; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce COHEN, HARRIS CARL; Dothan; Sigma Alpha Mu; A S; Student Forum; IRC; Alternate Delegate, UN Conference; Student Legislature; Glee Club; C-W; Hillel; WABP; Pep Squad COHEN, JEROME LEONARD; New York, N. Y.; Alpha Epsilon Pi; A S; Hillel COHEN, RAYMOND; Montgomery; Koppo Nu; Commerce; IZFA; Hillel; Commerce Association COKEN, WALTER DON; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; Engineering; AlChE; St. Pot ' s COLE, ARLINA; Russellville; Alpha Phi; A S; Wesley; Women ' s Spirit Committee; YWCA; Corolla COLE, GEORGE HENRY, JR.; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce COLE, HARRY; Birmingham; Alpha Tou Omega; A S COLE, MARIANNE; Birmingham; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S; Pep Squad; C-W; Press Club. COLE, ROBERT CLIFF; Birmingham; Engineering; St. Pat ' s COLE, WILLIAM; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S . . . COLEMAN, DONALD LLOYD; Leominster, Mass.; Commerce , . COLEMAN, MARY ANN; Louis- ville, Ky.; Rammer Jammer; Corolla . . . COLEMAN, RICHARD EDWARD, JR.; Bloomfield, N. J.; Theto Xi; A S; WABP; Pep Squad COLEMAN, ROBERT SHERRILL; Dothon; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S; German Club; Pho- tography Club COLEMAN, SAM EUGENE; Birmingham; A S COLEMAN, SARAH ROGERS; Birmingham; Home Economics COLEY, DAVID ROBERT; Springhill; Koppo Sigmo; A S. CLARK, BUNNIE BROWN; Lauderdale, Miss.; Commerce; Commerce As- sociation CLARK, BURL LYNN, JR.; Baxtown, Tex.; A S; Pershing Rifles; Pep Squad; Wesley CLARK, ELIZABETH; Birmingham; Delta Delta Delta; A S . , CLARK, JAMES McGRUDER; Mobile; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Engineering CLARK, MARJORIE JILL; Sorosoto, Flo.; Delta Gamma; A S; YWCA CLARK, MARY C; Pensocolo, Flo.; A S CLARK, MARY JEANE; Leeds; A S; C-W; YWCA CLEMONS, JULIUS E.; Bessemer; Delta Tou Delta; Engineering; St, Pat ' s; ASME CLEVERLY, MARY HELEN; Jacksonville, Fla.; Phi Mu; A S; Rammer Jam- mer; C-W. Where ' s the head? COLEY, DORIS O.; Glenco; Education; Wesley COLLIER, BILLY JOE; Birmingham; Pi Koppo Phi; Commerce COLLINS, ALLEN DUNN; Selmo; Kappa Alpha; Commerce COLLINS, BETTY JEAN; Northport; Alpha Chi Omega; A S COLLINS, BILLY M.; Pinson; Phi Sigma Kappa; A S; Sigma Gommo Epsilon . . . COLLINS, DALE; Pell City; Delta Chi; A S COLLINS, FLOYD OSBORNE; Washington, D. C; Sigma Phi Epsilon; A S COLLINS, ROBERT MILTON; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; Rho Alpha Tau; Druids; Cotillion Club; Spirit Planning Com- mittee; Chairman, Men ' s Spirit Committee; Circulation Manager, C-W; IRC; President, Junior Class; YMCA COLLINS, WILLIAM MONTGOMERY; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce. Pep parade or funeral march? 1 ' ft fflf! t J PPP v i uk - ?• I . Collins, W. P. Colvin Commander Comp ' on Cone Connelly Connolly Conrad Conway Cook, E. M Cook, E. L. Cook, H. Cook, J. Cook, S. Cooke Coons Cooper, L. Cooper, M. L. Cooper, M. T. Cope Copeland Cord Cordell Cornelius Cosby Courington Coward 1 Cowart, A. Cowart, G. Cowen Cox, J. Cox, M. Cox, N. Coxe Craig, E. Craig, J. Croin Crone Cranford Cronkshow Crawford Creel Crew Crews Cribbins Cromwell Cronier Cronin Cross Crow, E. Crow, W. Crowder Crowe Crowley Croxton Crum Crutcher Clup Culpepper, L. Culpepper, T. Cummings Cunningham Curran Cuthriell Dabbs, R. Dabbs, V. Dahlborg Dailey Dole Damen Domr ich Damson HANK CRISP RETURNED TO CAPSTONE TO SERVE AS ASSISTANT FOOTBALL COACH the un6eRQRA6uAtes COLLINS, WILLIAM P.; Birmingham; Engineering . COLVIN, JAMES LUDWIG; Lincoln; Delta Sigma Phi; A S; Social Chairman, Delta Sigma Phi COMMANDER, IRVIN MILLER, JR.; Tuscalooso; Commerce; Band , COMPTON, WILLIAM BOND; Meridian, Miss.; Kappa Alpha; Law CONE, JULIET; Tampa, Flo.; Chi Omega; A S; C-W; Press Club CONNELLY, ANNE LOCKETT; Cuthbert, Ga.; Delta Delta Delta; Edu- cation CONNOLLY, DUDLEY JOSEPH; New York, N. Y.; A S; Pep Squad; Choral Union CONRAD, KENNETH LEE; Scofio, N. Y.; Theta Xi; A S , . CONWAY, CAUDLE PATRICIA; Atlanta, Go.; Alpha Delta Pi; Home Economics. CRAIN, BENJAMIN J.; Panama City, Flo.; Delta Sigma Phi; Education CRANE, FRANK CLOYD; Springhill; A S CRANFORD, CHARLES RUFUS; Jasper; Phi Gamma Delta; A S CRANKSHAW, ROWLAND EARL; Muskegon, Mich.; Commerce CRAWFORD, THOMAS CHRISTOPHER; Gadsden; Pi Koppa Alpha; A S; Blackfriors; Alpha Psi Omega; C-W; Pep Squad CREEL, JOHN STEVENS; Shades Mountain; Chi Phi; Commerce CREW, BENJAMIN F.; Josper; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce; Commerce Association; Pep Squad; Corolla CREWS, SARA WILL; Lineville; Zeta Tou Alpha; A S CRIBBINS, PAUL DAY; Jacksonville, Fla.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Engineering; C-W; St. Pat ' s. I I COOK, EDWIN MELTON; Montgomery; Engineering; St. Pat ' s COOK, ELVEREE LUCILE; Birmingham; Delta Delta Delta; Home Economics; Pep Squad COOK, HENRY GRADY; Dothon; Pi Koppo Phi; A S - COOK, JOHN WILLIAM; Birmingham; Commerce; Phi Eta Sigma; Treasurer, Wesley; Pep Squad . COOK, SARA VIRGINIA; Brunswick, Go.; Alpho Gamma Delta; Commerce COOKE, NELL CLARKE; University; Chi Omega; Education; Blackfriors COONS, HARRY J.; Huntsville; Phi Delta Theta; A S; Pep Squad COOPER, LOUIS ARNOLD; Memphis, Tenn.; Kappa Nu; Commerce COOPER, MARY LOUISE; Birmingham; Phi Mu; Home Economics; President, Freshman Class; YWCA; Caroline Hunt Club. CROMWELL, PEGGY; Godsden; Alpha Chi Omega; A S; Corolla CRONIER, ILA JEAN; Birmingham; A S; YWCA; C-W CRONIN, DONALD J.; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Sigma Phi; Commerce; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi; President, Delta Sigma Pi; Advertising Manager, Cotillion Club; Commerce Association; Commerce Executive Council; Quadrangle, Assistant Editor, Corolla; Chairman, Commerce Boll - CROSS, MILDRED Georgiano; Chemistry CROW, ELIZABETH; Benton Harbor, Mich. Alpha Phi; A S CROW, WARREN BAKER; Birmingham; Phi Gamma Delta; A S CROWDER, WILLIAM E., JR.; Little Rock, Ark.; Theta Chi; Engineering CROWE, RAE M.; Mobile; Delta Koppo Epsilon; Commerce; Corolla CROWLEY, DANIEL J., JR.; Jacksonville, Fla.; Commerce; Varsity Trock; Cross Country Team. COOPER, MARY T.; Newport, Vt.; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; YWCA; Spirit Planning Committee; Rammer Jammer COPE, WILLIAM REVEL; Luverne; A S; Band COPELAND, THEODORE DEVOE, JR.; Mont- gomery; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce; Advertising Manager, 1950 Corollo; Druids; Pep Squad CORD, RICHARD HARVEY; New York, N. Y.; Theta Chi; Engineering; Westminster; IAS CORDELL, DOROTHY; Valley Head; Education CORNELIUS, CHARLES; Birmingham; Delta Chi; Commerce; Rho Alpha Tou COSBY, JOSEPH CONWAY; Rich- mond, Va.; Pi Koppo Alpho; Engineering; St. Pat ' s COURINGTON, THOMAS C, JR.; Porrish; Commerce COWARD, EDWARD, JR.; Spring- hill; Pi Koppo Alpha; Commerce; Secretory-Treasurer, Freshman Class; Blackfriors; Westminster. CROXTON, EUGENE LUKE; Montgomery; Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma CRUM, MARY EMILY; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha GomrTio Delta; A S CRUTCHER, CHARLES WOODWARD; Athens; Commerce; Band . , CULP, CHARLES ALLEN; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce; Phi Eta Sigma CULPEPPER, LILLIAN JANE; Gulfport, Miss.; Koppo Koppo Gommo; A S; YWCA; Pep Squad; Alpha Lambda Delta; Treasurer, Koppo Koppo Gammu CULPEPPER, THOMAS MELTON, III; De- mopolis; Kappa Alpha; Engineering CUMMINGS, JACK DALY; New Orleons, Lo.; Sigma Chi; Commerce CUNNINGHAM, JACQUIE; Andalusia; A S; Pep Squad CURRAN, EDWIN JEROME, JR.; Mobile; Delta Kappo Epsilon; Commerce. COWART, AUBREY JEAN; Evergreen; Delto Zeto; Chemistry COWART, GEORGE R ICHARD; Lanett; Pi Koppo Phi; Education COWEN, JEFFERSON DAVIS; Bessemer; Engineering COX, JUNE LEE; Birmingham; Alpha Phi; A S; Pep Squad; Spirit Committee; Canter- bury Club COX, MARY BEN; Birmingham; Theta Upsilon; Educa- tion; Triangle COX, N. L.; Florolo; Engineering COXE, JESSIE LOUISA; Birmingham; A S CRAIG, EDWARD; Birminghom; Phi Gamma Delta; A S; Vice-President, Freshman Class; C-W; University Theater CRAIG, JOHN MILTON; Birmingham; Chi Phi; Commerce; Men ' s Spirit Committee. King and Queen Fiji CUTHRIELL, JEAN KING; Miami, Flo.; A S; Pep Squad; WABP . . DABBS, ROSIER W.; Tuscaloosa; Engineering DABBS, VIOLET; Huey- town; Education DAHLBERG, RONALD EVERETT; Chicago, 111.; A S; WASP; Pep Squad DAILEY, CARROLL; Montgomery; Delta Tau Delta; Engineering; Phi Eto Sigmo; St. Pat ' s; Cadet Officers Club DALE, JOHN T.; Montgomery; Phi Delta Theto; A S . DAMEN, PEGGY MARIE; Montgomery; Delto Zeto; Commerce; Commerce Association DAMRICH, MONICA MAY; Mobile; Koppo Delta; A S; YWCA; Corolla; Pep Squod; Newman Club DAMSON, LEOLA SUE; Huntsville; Education. i Danehower Daniel Daniels Darden Darnell Davidson Davies Davis, A. J. Davis, A. W. Davis, B. Davis, E. Davis, J. Davis, R. C. Davis, R. E. Dawkins Day, C. Day, D. Deal, E. ' Deol, W. Dear Dearmon Deoson Deaver Deavours Debardeleben, H. Debardeleben, P. Dees Deffke Defoor Dennis, D. Dennis, V. De Rieux Derivan Despinakis Detweiler De Vane, C. Devane, J. Dickerson Dickey Diehl Dillard Dillion Dixon, J. Dixon, W. Dobbs, B. Dominick Dobbs, J. Dockery, B. Dockery, J. Dodd Dodson Dolce Dolowitz Dominey Donald Donaldson Dorough Doughty Dov ' is Downs Drake Drennen Driggers Drueding Drummond Duke, A. Duke, M. Dumas Dunham, D. Dunham, A. Dunwody Durbin THE UNIVBRSITY ANNOUNCED RETURN TO SEMESTER SYSTEM IN FALL 1950 J the un6ePQRa6uAtes DANEHOWER, CORENE; Birmingham; Education DANIEL, CHARLES BURTON; Wetumpka; Sigma Nu; A S; Pep Squad DANIELS, WILLIAM BLAKE; Birmingham; Alpha Tau Omega; Commerce; YMCA DARDEN, JAMES; Northport; Commerce DARNELL, HENRY LIVINGSTON, JR.; Birmingham; Theta Chi; Commerce; Rho Alpha Tau DAVIDSON, MARJORIE JEAN; East Tallassee; Home Economics DAVIES, DONALD E.; Birminghom; Delta Chi; A S DAVIS, ALTO JORDON; Montgomery; Education; Symphony Orchestra; Band DAVIS, AUDIE WHITE; Camden; A S; Pep Squad. DEVANE, JACK V.; Union, N. J ; A S DICKERSON, VERNELL D.; Guntersville; Commerce DICKEY, NORRA DEAN; Anniston; Commerce; ; hi Chi Theta DIEHL, NOBLE FRANCIS; Andalusio; Sigma Nu; A S DILLARD, MASON J.; Birmingham; Phi Delta Theta; A S DILLON, JOHN F., IV; Alexander City; Phi Delta Theta; A S DIXON, JACK O.; Perth Amboy, N. J.; Alpha Sigma Phi; Engineering; Corolla DIXON, WALTER LESTER; Opeliko; Delta Sigma Phi; A S; Rho Alpha Tou DOBBS, BETTY JOYCE; Birmingham; Phi Mu; Education. DAVIS, BARBARA JANE; Atlanta, Go.; Pi Beta Phi; Commerce; Rammer Jammer DAVIS, EDWIN SNOWDEN; Parrish; Pi Koppa Phi; A S; Wesley DAVIS, JAMES M.; Fayette; Phi Koppa Sigma; Education; Band DAVIS, ROBERT CREW; Birmingham; Engineering DAVIS, ROBERT EDGAR; Bessemer; Delta Chi; Commerce DAWKINS, ANN; Birminghom; Zeta Tou Alpha; Home Economics DAY, CLARENCE WESLEY; Birmingham; Pi Koppa Alpha; Commerce DAY, DIANA DOBBS; Rockville Centre, Long island, N. Y.; Chi Omega; A S; Cant erbury Club; YWCA DEAL, ERNEST L.; Florence; Phi Gamma Delta; Com- merce. DOBBS, JOE HARLAND; Fayette; Phi Kappa Sigmo; A S; Corolla; Pep Squad DOCKERY, BILLY FRANK; Tuscaloosa; Sigma Chi; A S . . . DOCKERY, JAMES R.; Tuscaloosa; Sigma Chi; A S DODD, DURALD FRANK; Double Springs; Chi Phi; A S DODSON, WALLACE P.; Holeyvilie; Phi Koppa Sigma; Commerce DOLCE, JOSEPH D.; Bur- lington, N. J.; A S; Pershing Rifles DOLOWITZ, ROBERT CHARLES; Lake Hiawotha, N. J.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; Varsity Track; Pep Squad; Rho Alpha Tau; Cotillion Club; Hillel; Commerce Association - - DOMINEY, DIANE MARIE; Tuscaloosa; A S; Pep Squad DOMINICK, RICHARD F.; Birminghom; Kappa Alpha; Commerce. DEAL, WHEY ROBERT; Dothan; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce; Scab bard Blade DEAR, HUGH JAMES; Montgomery; Commerce; Bond DEARMAN, FRANCES ANN; Eutow; Zeta Tou Alpha; Education; Wesley; YWCA DEASON, TEMD ROBERT; Montgomery; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S DEAVER, CAROLYN; Birmingham; Chi Omega; Edu- cation; YWCA; Corollo DEAVOURS, TED CHARLES; Bonkston; Com- merce DEBARDELEBEN, HENRY F.; Sipsey; Delta Kappa Epsilon; En- gineering DEBARDELEBEN, PERRY CALDWELL, JR., Selmo; Koppa Sigma; A S; Druids; Phi Etc Sigma; Alpha Phi Omego; Pershing Rifles; Corolla . . . DEES, FRED BENJAMIN; Birmingham; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Commerce. DONALD, JANE; Foirhope; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S . . . DONALDSON, DORIS; Louisville; Education DOROUGH, VIRGINIA ANN; Birming- ham; Chemistry; Blockfriars; Pasteur Society; Alchemist Club DOUGHTY, CAROLYN LEE; Reform; Education DOWIS, JAMES RICHARD; Spartanburg, S. C; Phi Koppa Sigma; A S; C-W DOWNS, WILLIAM EDWARD; South Norwalk, Conn.; A S DRAKE, FRANK WHITE, JR.; Birmingham; Delta Koppa Epsilon; Commerce . . . DRENNEN, GERALD ALEXANDER; Birmingham; Delta Koppa Epsilon; Commerce DRIGGERS, ROY MORRIS; Dothan; Sigma Phi Epsilon; A S; Rho Alpha Tau; Philos; Secretary, Sigma Phi Epsilon. DEFFKE, MARIE; Selmo; Alpha Delta Pi; Education DEFOOR, JAMES ALLISON; Coral Gables, Flo.; Pi Koppa Alpha; A S; Canterbury Club; University Theater DENNIS, DOROTHY; Wilsonville; A S; Alpha Lambda Delta DENNIS, VIRGINIA CHRISTINE; Panama City, Flo.; Phi Mu; A S; Corolla; Wesley DE RIEUX, ROBERT PIERRE; Birmingham; Commerce DERIVAN, ELIZABETH; Houston, Tex.; A S; Corolla; Blockfriars; YWCA DESPINAKIS, GREGORY JAMES; Bir- mingham; Theta Xi; Commerce DETWEILER, JOHN STUART; Jackson- ville, Flo.; Theta Xi; A S; Phi Eta Sigma; Press Club; Sports Editor, Crimson-White; Wesley DE VANE, CAROLYN ELIZABETH; Lake City, Flo.; Home Economics; Reporting Secretary, Westminster; Religious Coun- cil; YWCA; Caroline Hunt Club; Women ' s Glee Club. DRUEDING, DOROTHY F.; New Orleans, La.; Home Economics DRUMMOND, JOSEPH LEHMAN; Josper; Theta Chi; A S; Wesley; Pep Squad DUKE, ANDREW JESSE, JR.; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Ep- silon; Commerce; Rammer Jammer; Corolla; Spirit Planning Committee DUKE, MARY FRANCES; Birmingham; Alpha Delta Pi; Commerce; Pep Squod; Commerce Association DUMAS, VIRGINIA ALLEN; Bir- mingham; Alpho Gamma Delta; Education; Vice-President, YWCA DUNHAM, DOROTHY CAROLINE; DeLond, Flo.; Pi Beta Phi; A S; Triangle; Blockfriors DUNHAM, ARTHUR LEE, JR.; Mobile; Delta Koppa Epsi- lon; Engineering DUNWODY, MARY GENE; Mobile; Koppa Delta; A S; YWCA; Corolla . DURBIN, SYLVIA GERANE; Birmingham; A S. i Strode ' s lotes? . on Sweden Tea for Todhunter Durham Earp Edwards, V. Elmore, J. Enteen Evans, J. Farmer, M. Ferrell Durr Easlwood Edwards, W. J. Elmore, V. Erickson Everett Farmer, W. Ferrill Durrett Eatman Edwards, W. Elsberry Eros Fagan Faulkner Festinger Durrette Edmonds Eisenbach Elsom Erwin Folkner Foyssoux Fierman Dyer Edwards, B. Eisenberg Embry Eubank Fannaly Feigelson, C. Fincher Dyson Edwards, C. Elliot England Eurton Farish Feigelson, G. Finke Eagan Edwards, D. Ellis, B. English, E. Evans, C. Farmer, B. Feldman Finkelstein Eargle Edwards, M. Ellis, S. English, P. Evans, D. F. Former, H. Fero Fisher, L. Earnhart Edwards, T. Ellison Enochs Evons, D. L. Farmer, J. Ferranti Fisher, M. I JUILUARD STRING QUARTER APPEARED AT CAPSTONE IN CONCERT NOVEMBER 28 the un6eRQRaC)uates DURHAM, DIANE DONEHOO; Birmingham; Chi Omega; A S DURR, JOHN W., Ill; Montgomery; Phi Delta Theto; Commerce DURRETT, MARY FRANCES; Bessemer; A S; Debate Squad DURRETTE, EBB B.; Bessemer; appa Alpha; A S; Pep Squad DYER, M. CLARK; Florence; Alpha Tou Omega; A S; IRC DYSON, BROMLEY CLEGG; Pensocolo, Flo.; Sigma Nu; Commerce; Commerce Association EAGAN, JOAN ELEANOR; Miami, Fla.; Phi Mu; Education; YWCA; Newman Club EARGLE, DOLAN HOYE; Tuscaloosa; Lambdi Chi Alpha; Chemistry; Symphony Orchest ra EARNHART, JOAN MARIE; Gadsden; Alpha Chi Omega; A S; WABP. ENTEEN, ALICE HELEN; Atlanta, Co.; Sigma Delta Tau; A S; Triangle; IZFA ERICKSON, SYLVIA DAVIS; Tampa, Fla.; A S; Pep Squad EROS, JOHN WETHERELL; Anniston; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Com- merce ERWIN, JAMES HOWELL; Gadsden; Alpha Tau Omega; A S EUBANK, RUBY JOYCE; Birmingham; Delta Zeto; Triangle; Wesley Pep Squad; Caroline Hunt Club; YWCA BURTON, CLARENCE A. Birmingham; Commerce EVANS, CAROL; Tuscaloosa; Kappa Delta A S . . EVANS, DAVID FRANKLIN; Dothan; Lambda Chi Alpha; Com- merce; Delta Sigma Pi; Advertising Manager, Crimson-White; Commerce Association; Pep Squad EVANS, DORIS LORRAINE; Andalusia; A S; Pep Squad. 1 EARP, ELIZABETH JEAN; Greenville, S. C; Education EASTWOOD, GEORGE STONE, II; Birmingham; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma EATMAN, ANNE BAKER; Eutow; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Education; YWCA; Pep Squad; Spanish Club EDMONDS, HARRIET JEAN; Mobile; Kappa Delta; A S; Rammer Jammer; YWCA; Pep Squad EDWARDS, BETTY JEAN; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Xi Delta; Home Eco- nomics; Caroline Hunt Club; Pep Squad EDWARDS, CHARLES K.; Sheffield; Commerce; Pep Squad EDWARDS, DONALD P.; Birming- ham; Kappa Alpha; A S; Pep Squad; Spanish Club EDWARDS, MILDRED HOLLINS; Jacksonville, Fla.; Sigma Delta Tau; Education; Wo- men ' s Spirit Committee; Hillel; IZFA EDWARDS, TED RAY; Decatur; Delta Sigma Phi; A S; Westminster Fellowship; C-W; Press Club. EDWARDS, VIRGINIA A.; Birmingham; Alpha Chi Omega; Education; Spirit Committee; Vice-President, Alpha Chi Omega EDWARDS, WILLIAM JACKSON, III; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Phi Eta Sigma; Drulds; YMCA; Pep Squad EDWARDS, WILSIE LEE; Tuskegee; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A S; YWCA EISENBACH, ROBERT LEONARD, JR.; New York, N. Y.; Zeta Beta Tau; A S EISENBERG, THERESE; Montgomery; Commerce ELLIOT, BETTY JOEL; Talladega; Delta Delta Delta; A S ELLIS, BEVERLY JEAN; Montgomery; Education; Wesley ELLIS, SALLY JEAN; Miami, Fla.; Alpha Xi Delta; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Wesley ELLISON, KATHERINE GAILLARD; Bir- mingham; Phi Mu; A S; YWCA; Canterbury Club. ELMORE, JOYCE JOLLY; Atlanta, Go.; Alpha Gamma Delta; Home Eco- nomics; Pep Squad; V omen ' s Spirit Committee ELMORE, VIRGIL JACKSON; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce ELSBERRY, ELEANOR GRAY; Montgomery; Delta Delta Delta; Home Economics; YWCA ELSOM, RICHARD; Birmingham; Sigma Nu; Engineering EMBRY, CAROLINE; Nashville, Tenn.; Alpha Gamma Delta; Education; YWCA; Pep Squad ENGLAND, CHARLES FRANKLIN; Lincoln; Chi Phi; Commerce ENGLISH, EDWIN EZELL, JR.; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Phi; Commerce ENGLISH, PAUL LUCIUS; Elba; A S; Pershing Rifles; Pep Squad ENOCHS, HARRIET LETITIA; Jackson, Miss.; Chi Omega; Home Economics; Wesley; Caroline Hunt Club; YWCA. Black face back stage EVANS, JOAN MARGARET; Mobile; Delta Delta Delta; Home Eco- nomics; Caroline Hunt Club; Pep Squad; Newman Club EVERETT, BEVERLY JANE; West Palm Beach, Flo.; Alpha Delta PI; Home Economics; Canterbury Club FAGAN, CARLTON GLENN; Jacksonville, Ala.; Theto Xi; Commerce; Pep Squad; IRC; Square and Compass Club; Com- merce Association FALKNER, LAMAR; Germonia, Miss.; Sigma Chi; A S; Druids; Canterbury Club; Officers Club; IRC; Press Club; C-W FANNALY, JOHN JOSEPH; Ponchotoulo, La.; Commerce; Newmon Club; Commerce Association; Pep Squad PARISH, RAMONA MILLER; Dan- ville, Va.; Phi Mu; Education; Westminster; Corolla; YWCA; Moiors Club PARMER, BILLY LIGON; Birmingham; Delta Kappa Epsilon; A S; Druids; Inferfroternity Council; Phi Eta Sigma; Rho Alpha Tau; Biology Medal FARMER, HUGH WADE, JR.; Pulaski, Va.; Commerce; Pep Squad . FARMER, JAMES H., JR.; Dothan; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce. PARMER, MARTHA HELEN; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Alpha Phi; Home Eco- nomics; Pep Squad PARMER, WARREN S.; Pulaski, Va.; Commerce FAULKNER, GERALD D.; Birmingham; A S FAYSSOUX, JOAN; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Phi; Home Economics; Canterbury Club; YWCA FEIGELSON, CHARLES; Birmingham; Koppo Nu; A S; Phi Eta Sigma; Secretory-Treasurer, Freshman Closs; IZFA FEIGELSON, GENE; Bir mingham; Kappa Nu; A S; Phi Eta Sigma; Rammer Jammer; Corolla FELDMAN, RANEE R.; Oak Park, 111,; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Education; Hillel; YWCA; Corolla FERO, DEAN JOHN; Rochester, N. Y.; A S FERRANTI, QUINTINA B.; University; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Canterbury Club. FERRELL, JANEY; Birmingham; A S; Glee Club FERRILL, JEANNINE; Prichard; Commerce; Phi Chi Theto; Pep Squad; Commerce Association FESTINGER, CHARLES; Hot Springs, Ark.; Sigma Alpho Mu; A S; President, Sigma Alpha Mu PIERMAN, ROBERT; Bessemer; Kappa Nu; A S FINCHER, WILLIAM HENRY; Tuscaloosa; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; Rifle Team FINKE, MATTHEW CARL; Dayton, O.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; Hillel; C-W FINKELSTEIN, FRED K.; Paterson, N. J.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce FISHER, LOIS; Worchester, Mass.; Sigma Delta Tau; A S FISHER, MILTON MLADEN; Hartsdale, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; Corolla; IRC. Starting point of parade Fitzgerold, D. Fitzgerald J. Flanders Fleck Flippen Flowers Floyd, B. A. Floyd, B. L. Foley Folmar Force Ford, N. Ford, R. Ford, T. Forster Foster, D. Foster, J. Foster, L. Foster, V. Fowlkes Fox Fralin Francis Fronco, D. Franco, A. Frazier, O. Frazier, V. Fredy Freehling Freeman, D. Freeman, N. Freeman, R. Freeman, W. Freiboum French, J. French, M. Freundschuh Prey Friant Friday Friedlander, H. Friedlander, R. Friedman, L. Friedman, R. Fritz Fulford Fuller, B. Fuller, D. Fuller, E. Fuller, J. Fulton Fureron Furr Gallowoy Gamble Gommill Gandy Gonn Gargia Garfinkle Garner Garrett Garrison, J. Garrison, M. Garrison, P. Gaskill Goss Gaston, C. Gaston, L. Gaston, R. Gates Gouse EIGHT REGULAR TIDERS PLAYED LAST GAME FOR ALABAMA AGAINST AUBURN the un6eRQRa6uates FITZGERALD, DONALD C; Troy,- Alpha Tau Omega; A S FITZGERALD, JESSE THOMAS; Bellamy; Commerce FLANDERS, CAROLYN COCHRAN; Birmingham; Kappa Delta; Home Economics; Caro- line Hunt Club; C-W FLECK, PEGGY; Birmingham; Delta Zeto; A S FLIPPEN, BETTY JANE; Tuscumbia; Delta Zeto; A S FLOWERS, JAMES BYRD; Dothan; Sigma Nu; Commerce . FLOYD, BETTY ANN; Atlanta, Go.; Alpha Gamma Delta; Education; Triangle; YWCA; Spirit Planning Committee; Pep Squad FLOYD, BILLY L.; Andalusia; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; WABP FOLEY, PATRICIA HELEN; Birmingham; Kappa Kappa Gammo; A S; Pep Squad; Triangle; Alpha Epsiion Delta. FOLMAR, EMORY McCORD; Montgomery; Sigma Alpha Epsiion; Com- merce; Business Monager, Rammer Jammer; Druids; Homecoming Com- mittee; Cadet Officers Club FORCE, MIRIAM EILEEN; Daytona Beach, Fla.; Alpha Xi Delta; A S; YWCA; Vs ' ABP FORD, NEAL CARROL; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S . FORD, RICHARD LEWIS; Stoten Island, N. Y.; St. Pat ' s; Newman Club FORD, THERESA MUSHAT; Tuscaloosa; Kappa Delta; A S; Triangle; VA ' CA; WSGA; Alpha Lambda Delta FORSTER, WALTER A.; Fairhope; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce; Pep Squad; Christian Science Organization FOSTER, DORIS ROBERTS; Daytona Beach, Flo.; A S; YWCA; WABP FOSTER, JULIEHE; Washington, D. C; Delta Gamma; A S; C-W; Triangle; Corollo; YWCA; French Club; Canterbury Club FOSTER, LEROY WALKER; Pascagoula, Miss.; Engineering. FREUNDSCHUH, JOY ADELE; Pensocola, Fla.; Delta Zeto; Education; Pep Squad . FREY, DOROTHY ANN; Chickasaw; A S; C-W; Choral Union FRIANT, OLIN CHESTER, JR.; Moplewood, N. J.; Delta Tau Delta; Commerce; Assistant Coordinator, SGA; Pep Squad - . FRIDAY, NELLIE JUNE; Eutaw; Commerce FRIEDLANDER, HARRIS; Mobile; Kappa Nu; Commerce; President, Sophomore Closs, Pershing Rifles FRIEDLANDER, RICHARD FRANKLIN; Moultrie, Go.; Zeta Beta Tau; A S FRIEDMAN, LOWELL; Mobile; Kappa Nu; Commerce; Hillel; C-W; Interfaifh Council; Corolla; Executive Committee, Commerce Association . . . FRIEDMAN, RICHARD JAY; New York, N. Y.; Alpha Epsiion Pi; Com- merce; Historian, Alpha Epsiion Pi FRITZ, ROSEMARY LEE; Birming- hom; Delta Gommo; A S; YWCA; Pep Squad; Glee Club; Choral Union; Donee Club; Newman Club; Panhellenic Council. FULFORD, AL COLEMAN; Georgiono; Sigmo Alpha Epsiion; Commerce; Pershing Rifles; Pep Squad; Cadet Officers Club FULLER, BOBBY DUPREE; Tuscumbia; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S FULLER, DONALD HARVEY; Miami, Flo.; Koppa Alpha; Commerce; Cheerleader FULLER, EDNA EARLE; Holeyville; Home Economics; Pep Squod FULLER, JEANNE MARIE; Miami, Fla.; Alpha Gamma Delta; Home Economics; Pep Squad FULTON, WILLIAM FRIERSON, III; Goodwoter; A S; West- minster; Pep Squad FURERON, JOY ANN; Birmingham; Alpha Chi Omega; Commerce; Pep Squad; YWCA FURR, LAURA JEAN; Jock- son; Kappo Koppa Gamma; Education GALLOWAY, WILLIAM ULY; Fayette; Phi Kappa Sigma; Engineering. FOSTER, VONCEIL ODEN; Birminghom; Kappa Delta; A S; Triangle; Canterbury Club; Corolla; YWCA; French Club . FOWLKES, WALTER B.; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsiion; A S FOX, ESTA JEAN; Florence; Alpha Epsiion Phi; A S FRALIN, PHYLLIS MAYE; Dan- ville, Va.; Alpha Chi Omega; A S; Pep Squad FRANCIS, JOHN H., JR.; Meridian, Miss.; Kappa Alpha; A S; Managing Editor, Crimson- White; Press Club; Scabbard Blade; Cadet Club; Westminster FRANCO, DANIEL; Montgomery; Kappa Nu; A S; Pep Squad; Hillel FRANCO, EDWARD MORRIS; Montgomery; Koppa Nu; A S; IZFA FRAZIER, ORMOND W.; Birmingham; Theto Chi; Commerce , FRAZIER, VERNON MACK; Holeyville; Phi Koppa Sigma; Commerce; Alpha Phi Omega. GAMBLE, JAMES M.; Dothan; Sigma Phi Epsiion; A S GAMMILL, VIRGINIA ANN; East Tollossee; A S GANDY, JOHN WALTER Woterbury, Conn.; Theta Xi; Commerce; Rho Alpha Tou; Corolla; IRC, Commerce Association GANN, RONALD WILLIFRED; Atlanta, Go Chi Phi; Commerce GARGIA, VIRGILIO MAURICIO; San Jose de los Ramos, Cuba; Sigma Phi Epsiion; Engineering; Secretary, Spanish Club; St. Pafs GARFINKLE, JANE KRAUSS; New Orleans, La.; Alpha Epsiion Phi; Education GARNER, JACKSON MORRIS; Dothan; Kappo Sigma; A S . GARRETT, WALTER E.; Uriah; Phi Koppa Sigma; Com- merce , , GARRISON, JULIA FRANCES; Gadsden; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Spirit Committee; Pep Squad FREDY, GEDDIE HARRIS; Birmingham; Engineering FREEHLING, ALLEN ISAAC; Miami, Fla.; A S; Pep Squad; C-W; WABP FREEMAN, DEAN, G.; Birmingham; Alpha Tau Omega; Commerce FREEMAN, NORA RUTH; Henegor; Home Economics; Pep Squad FREEMAN, RONALD; Rochester, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; Corolla; WABP; Commerce Association , . FREEMAN, WILLIAM A.; Birmingham; Alpha Tou Omega; Commerce FREIBAUM, GUS; Gadsden; Zeto Beta Tou; Commerce; Cadet Officers Club; Corolla; Historian, Zeto Beto Tou FRENCH, JANE; Atmore; Chemistry FRENCH, MARY LOUISE; Atmore; A S. May I have this dance? GARRISON, MARTHA FRANCES; Tuscaloosa; Zeto Tou Alpha; Educa- tion; Pep Squad GARRISON, PAULA LOUISE; Bogolusa. La.; Zeta Tau Alpho; Chemistry; Corolla; Pep Squad GASKILL, WILLIAM T. C. Eriton, N. J.; Pi Kappa Phi; Engineering GASS, MARY NANCY Selma; Theta Upsilon; A S; Corolla , GASTON, CHARLES BRITTIAN Atlanta, Go.; Sigma Chi; Commerce GASTON, LORA JOYCE; Mobile Alpha Chi Omega; Home Economics; Women ' s Spirit Committee; Pep Squad; Wesley GASTON, ROBERT ALEC; Teaneck, N. J ; Lambda Chi Alpho; A S; Rammer Jammer GATES, ROBERT CONNY; Fair- field; Kappo Sigma; A S CAUSE, LUTHER PRESTON, JR.; Dothan; Koppa Sigma; Engineering; Pep Squad; IRC; St. Pat ' s; AlChl. Gaylord Gaynor Geiger Gelb Gender Gentry, P. Gentry, T. Gerber Gex Gianopoulos Gianoudis Gibbs Giddens Gieger Giesman Gilbert, W. Gilbert, N. Gilchrist Giles Gillam Gillespie, Jane Gillespie, Jean Gillespy, A. Gillespy, J. Gillilond Gilmon Gilmer Glass Glover Goddord Godrey Godsey Godwin, E. Godwin, J. Goehring Goldberg Goldman Goldstein, D. Goldstein, M. Golightly, E. Golightly, R. Goodman, B. Goodman, K. Goodman, W. Goodson Goodwin Gordon, B. Gordon, Jack Gordon, Jean Gordon, Leon Gordon, Lionel Goree Gotlieb Graeber Graff Graham, E. Graham, J. Graham, M. Grant Graves, A. Graves, M. Graves, W. Gray, E. Gray, K. Gray, M. Grayson Green, D. Green, E. Green, M. Greensberg Greene Greenspan BAfAA DEBATERS NEWTON AND LATTOF WON NATIONAL DEBATE CHAMPIONSHIP the un6eRQRa6uAtes GAYLORO, DAN ALBERT, JR.; Birmingham; A S; Band GAYNOR, RICHARD DANA; Springhill; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Engineering; ASCE . . . GEIGER, ESTHER JOYCE; Miami, Fla.; Home Economics GELB, IRA JOSEPH; Montgomery; Kappa Nu; A S GENDER, GILBERT CHRIS; Fairhope; Alpha Sigma Phi; Commerce; Corolla; Canterbury Club; Com- merce Association GENTRY, PEGGIE RUTH; Moulton; Commerce; YWCA . GENTRY, THOMAS LEON; Tuscaloosa; Education; Choral Union . . GERBER, THELMA JULIETTE; New Orleans, La.; Sigma Delta Tau; Home Economics; Hillel; IZFA GEX, PATRICIA ANN; Boy St. Louis, Miss.; Phi Mu; A S. GOLDMAN, JUDITH ANN; Charleston, W. Vo.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Home Economics; Hillel GOLDSTEIN, DONALD BERT; Birmingham; Zeta Beta Tau; Commerce; Corolla; C-W; Gold Team; Hillel . . GOLDSTEIN, MARIAN; Columbus, Go.; Sigma Delta Tou; Education GOLIGHTLY, ELIZABETH AGEE; Birmingham; Delta Delta Delta; Education GOLIGHTLY, ROSEMARY; Brackenridge, Pa.; Home Economics; Newman Club , , GOODMAN, BERNARD; Brooklyn, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; A S; Pep Squod; C-W GOODMAN, KENNETH MERVYN; Brooklyn, N. Y.; Alpha Epsilon Pi; A S; C-W GOODMAN, WILBUR GARLAND; Enterprise; Pi Kappa Phi; A S; Pep Squad; BSU GOODSON, LADD GARFIELD, JR.; Birmingham; Sigma Nu; A S; Pep Squad. GIANOPOULOS, JOHN T.; Summit, N. J.; A S GIANOUDIS, GEORGE PETE; Birmingham; Commerce; Cadet Officers Club GIBBS. MARY GLENN; Birmingham; Zeto Tau Alpha; A S; Pep Squad; Wesley Choir; Choral Union . GIDDENS, JOSEPHINE ANNE; Troy; Kappa Delta; A S; YWCA; Rammer Jammer GIEGER, WILFRED LAWRENCE; Linden; Pi Kappa Phi; Engineering GIESMAN, CHARLES RICHARD; Evonsville, Ind.; Kappa Sigma; Commerce GILBERT, WILLIAM EDWARD; Geiger; A S; Pep Squad; French Club GILBERT, NASON; Oak Grove; Pi Kappa Phi; Education GILCHRIST, BOB; Hartselle; Delta Chi; A S. GOODWIN, BEVERLY; Birmingham; Pi Beta Phi; A S GORDON, BEVERLY FAY; Fulton, Miss.; Sigma Delta Tou; Education GORDON, JACK ALLEN; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce GORDON, JEAN; Jackson, Miss.; Delta Gamma; Education GORDON, LEON; Columbus, Miss.; Koppo Nu; A S GORDON, LIONEL; Montgomery; Kappa Nu; Commerce; Cadet Officers Club; Interfroternity Tennis Champion GOREE, BARBARA; Mobile; Alpha Xi Delta; Education; Women ' s Spirit Committee; Pep Squad GOTLIEB, HARVEY HEROME; Birmingham; Zeta Beta Tau; Commerce; Corolla; Hillel GRABBER, DOROTHY; Vicksburg, Miss.; Sigma Delta Tau; Education. GILES, JACK LEE; Heflin; Sigma Chi; A S; Druids; Pershing Rifles; Alpha Phi Omega; Pep Squad GILLAM, JACK; Birmingham; Sigma Chi; Commerce; Pep Squad . GILLESPIE, JANE BUTLER; Madison; Delta Zeta; Education; Pep Squad; Wesley GILLESPIE, JEAN CAROL; Godsden; Alpha Delta Pi; A S GILLESPY, ADELAIDE BYRUM; Bir- mingham; Delta Delta Delta; A S GILLESPY, JOHN SHARP, IV; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S GILLILAND, JACK E., JR.; Mobile; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce; Delta Sigma Pi OILMAN, STANLEY ARTHUR; Waterville, Me.; Theta Xi; Commerce GILMER, YVONNE; Red Bay; Education; BSU. GRAFF, ELEANOR; Birmingham; Phi Mu; A S; C-W GRAHAM, EDGAR; Coden; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S , . GRAHAM, JOHN HUGH; Bridgeville, Pa.; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; Westminster GRAHAM, MALCOLM CLAYTON; Pittsfon, Pa.; Delta Chi; Education . GRANT, DONALD POWELL; Tuscaloosa; A S; C-W; Pep Squad; Press Club GRAVES, ARLIN EUGENE; Blountsville; A S GRAVES, MARGARET CLARICE; Anniston; Phi Mu; Education; Wesley; Pep Squad; C-W; YWCA GRAVES, WILLIAM D.; Alexander City, Fla.; Phi Delta Theta; Com- merce GRAY, EDWARD HARDING; Laurel, Miss.; Sigma Chi; Engi- neering; Corolla. GLASS, MILTON D.; Russellville; Theta Chi; A S GLOVER, KATHERINE D.; Marion; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Canterbury Club; YWCA; Pep Squad; ROTC Sponsor . . GODDARD, MILDRED CAMPBELL; West Palm Beach, Flo.; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Home Economics; YWCA; Corolla GODFREY, W. RICHARD; Guntersville; Commerce GODSEY, ROSEMARY; Haleyville; A S; Wes- ley; Pep Squad; YWCA GODWIN, ELIZABETH RUTH; Mobile; A S GODWIN, JAMES EDWARD; Frisco City; Phi Kappa Sigma; Com- merce; Spirit Planning Committee; Pep Squad; Wesley GOEHRING, JOHN RUDOLPH; Washington, D. C; Kappa Sigma; Commerce GOLDBERG, I. RONALD; Birmingham; Kappa Nu; A S; IZFA; Hillel. Hat party hilarity GRAY, KATHRYN; Orlando, Flo.; Alpha Chi Omega; Home Economics; Women ' s Spirit Committee; Pep Squad; Caroline Hunt Club GRAY, MARTIN BERNARD; Irvington, N. J.; A S GRAYSON, SPENCER LEE; Mobile; Education; Triongle GREEN, DAVID B., JR.; St. Augus- tine, Flo.; Education; Tennis Team GREEN, ELLEN MARJORIE; Bes- semer; Sigma Delta Tou; Chemistry; Pasteur Society; Hillel GREEN, MICHAEL; New York, N. Y.; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Engineering; Program Chairman, IAS; St. Pat ' s GREENSBERG, BERNARD MARVIN; Gads- den; Kappa Nu; Commerce GREENE, BETTY M.; Cordova; Zeto Tau Alpha; Home Economics; Choral Union; YWCA; Wesley GREENSPAN, KENNETH PAUL; Jomoico, N. Y.; A S. Greer Griffin, M. Grooms Gunter, E. Hagan, F. Hall, M. Hancock, Joan Harkins Gregoibe Griffin, S. Gross Gunter, J. Hagan, M. Hal!, N. Handwerger Harless Gregory Griffin, Talbert Grove Gunter, R. Hahn, B. Hamilton Hannon Harmon Greiner Griffin, Ted Grzymkowski Gup Hohn, G. Hampton Hansard Harper, B. Griffin, A. Griffin, W. Guehich Gurganus Hale, Clyde Hamrick Hansen Harper, J. Griffin, D. Griffis, R. Gullctt Guthrie Hale, F. Hanahan, A. Harbin Harre Griffin, E. Griffis, W. Gunby Haas Hale, W. Hanahan, L. Harbuck Harris, H. Griffin, G. Grimes Gunn, R. Hodaway Hall, C. Hanan Harden Harris, Raoul Griffin, J. Grisham Gunn, S. Hagamon Hall, J. Hancock, James Hardy Harris, Robert FALL QUARTER ENROLLMENT AT UNIVERSITY CENTERS WAS MORE THAN 3,000 J the un6eRQRa6uates GREER, VIRGINIA M.; Altoono; Educotiori; Wesley; YWCA; Pep Squad; Choral Union GREGGIBE, MARK CHARLES; Kenmobe, N. Y.; Engi- neering; IAS; Newman Club; Pep Squad; Freshman Footboll; Freshman Track; Turkey Trot GREGORY, WILLIAM WYATT, JR.; Dothan; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Commerce; Band GREINER, JAMES WILLIAM; Mobile; Sigma Chi; Commerce GRIFFIN, ANN LEE; Henderson, N. C; Phi Mu; Education; Corolla; Education Council GRIFFIN, DUDLEY WILLIAMSON; Montgomery; Phi Delta Theto; Commerce; Interfroternity Council GRIFFIN, EDITH MARIE; Birmingham; A S; Band GRIFFIN, GEORGE THOMAS; Thomosville; Sigma Chi; A S; Glee Club . , GRIFFIN, JOE LEE; Birmingham; Delta Chi; Commerce. HAGAN, FRED SHERROD; Sylocaugo; Kappa Sigma; Commerce; Pep Squad HAGAN, MARTHA GAINES; Mobile; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Home Economics; YWCA; Canterbury Club; Pep Squad HAHN, BARBARA JANE; Birmingham; Chi Omega; A S HAHN, GLADYS MARIE; Mobile; Home Economics; Newman Club; YWCA HALE, CLYDE DONALD; Pineapple; Commerce HALE, FRANCES WILLIAMS; Tuscaloosa; Kappa Kappa Gammo; Home Economics HALE, WILLIAM B.; Rome, Go.; Phi Koppo Sigma; A S; Alpha Epsilon Rho . HALL, CHARLES WILLIAM, JR.; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Engineering HALL, JEAN MACNAB; Birmingham; Alpha Comma Delta; Home Economics; YWCA. GRIFFIN, MORRIS TRAFTON; Edenton, N. C; Delta Chi; Engineering; St. Pafs; ASCE GRIFFIN, SIBYL DORIS; Winter Hoven, Fla; Delta Zeto; Home Economics; C-W; Women ' s Spirit Committee; Pep Squad; Caro- line Hunt Club GRIFFIN, TALBERT FINLEY, JR.; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce GRIFFIN, TED POWERS; Decatur; Sigma Phi Epsilon; A S GRIFFIN, WILLIAM LEE; Dothan; Sigma Nu; Com- merce; Commerce Association GRIFFIS, ROBERT CHESTER, JR.; Gadsden; Theta Xi; Commerce; Publicity Committee; Commerce Associa- tion; BSU GRIFFIS, WILLIAM CALVIN; Gadsden; Theto Xi; A S GRIMES, FRANK; Birmingham; Delta Chi; Commerce GRISHAM, BOBBYE ANN; Fulton, Ky.; Education. HALL, MYNDALL I.; Tuscaloosa; Theta Upsilon; Home Economics; Triangle HALL, NANCY KATHARINE; Huntsville; Education; Westminster; Pep Squad HAMILTON, WILLIAM C; Anniston; Delta Chi; Commerce; Druids; Homecoming Committee; YMCA HAMPTON, WADE L.; Prott- ville; Delta Chi; Commerce; Pep Squad; C-W; Wesley; A-Book; IRC HAMRICK, DEWITT, JR.; Corinth, Miss.; A S . HANAHAN, ANN; Dothan; Kappa Delta; Home Economics . . HANAHAN, LaBRUCE MORTIMER, JR.; Dothan; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S; Pep Squad HANAN, BERNARD; Montgomery; Kappa Nu; A S HANCOCK, JAMES H.; Montgomery; Alpha Tou Omega; Commerce; Rho Alpha Tou; Corolla. GROOMS, HARLAN HOBART; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; BSU GROSS, MARGARET LEE; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Chi Omega; A S; BSU; Symphony Orchestra GROVE, FRANK LEON; Montgomery; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce; Rammer Jammer . , . GRZYMKOWSKI, MARIE E. Rochester, N. Y.; Education; Swan Club GUEHICH, JANE MARTHA Buffalo, N. Y.; Alpha Phi; A S GULLATT, CLAUDE B.; Phenix City Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce GUNBY, DAVID KIRK, III; DeLond, Fla. Alpha Tou Omega; Commerce; Canterbury Club; YMCA; Commerce Asso- ciation GUNN, ROBERT LAWRENCE, JR.; Huntsville; Phi Kappa Sigma; A S; Station Manager, WABP; President, Bama Broadcasters As- sociation; Vice-President, Alpha Epsilon Rho; Interfroternity Council GUNN, SARAH SUSAN; Montgomery; Chi Omega; Home Economics. HANCOCK, JOAN FRANCES; Birmingham; Phi Mu; Commerce HANDWERGER, JOSEPH; Mobile; Kappa Nu; Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma HANNON, CHARLES PATRICK; Belleville, N. J.; Delta Sigma Phi; Engineering; Student Legislature; Men ' s Spirit Committee; Newmon Club HANSARD, STONEWALL; Ider; A S HANSEN, ELSIE; Mobile; Delta Gamma; A S; Newman Club; C-W HARBIN, HOYT E., JR.; Scottsboro; Phi Delta Theta; Commerce; Corolla HARBUCK, JOSEPH E.; Congers, N. Y.; Delta Sigma Phi; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; AIEE HARDEN, BETTY JOYCE; Ozark; Delta Zeto; Education; Dance Club; Pep Squad HARDY, DAVID SANDERS; Tollossee; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Cadet Officers Club; Secretory-Treosurer, Junior Class. GUNTER, ELIZABETH LOUISE; Orlando, Fla.; Phi Mu; Home Economics Caroline Hunt Club GUNTER, JOE JOEN; Fayette; Phi Kappa Sigma, Engineering GUNTER, RONALD VAN; Oneonto; Pi Kappa Alpha A S; C-W; Corolla; IRC; Pep Squod; Wesley GUP, SUZANNE Rochester, N. Y.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Education GURGANUS, DOSTON LANIER; Oakman; Pi Koppo Phi; A S; Cadet Officers Club GUTHRIE, MARION; Townley, Ala.; Education HAAS, BEA L.; Chickasaw; Pi Beta Phi; Education; Corolla; Pep Squad; YWCA; Philos HADAWAY, EARL JACKSON; Birmingham; Theto Chi; A S; Band HAGAMAN, MARY BONNER; Tampa, Flo.; Alpha Delta Pi; Education; YWCA. Old South balls o ' fire HARKINS, CLAUDE SAMUEL; Tollossee; Sigma Chi; A S HARLESS, MARVIN v.; Birmingham; Delta Chi; Commerce , , HARMON, HUGH Gordendale; Delta Tou Delta; A S; Corolla; Wesley; German Club, Varsity Baseball; Pershing Rifles HARPER, BETTY ANN; Florolo Chi Omega; A S; Pep Squod HARPER, JOANNE; Birmingham; Delta Zeto; Chemistry; C-W; Pep Squod . . . HARRE, JO ANN; Tampa, Fla.; Alpha Xi Delta; Education; Wesley HARRIS, H. GLYNN; Dothan; Com- merce; Pershing Rifles . HARRIS, RAOUL JAY; Birmingham; Kappa Nu; Commerce; Corolla; Pep Squad; Commerce Association; IZFA . , HARRIS, ROBERT SCHARFF, JR.; Fayette; Sigma Alpha Mu; A S; IRC; Hillel. Harris, W. Harwood Hayes, N. Held, S. Henry High Hnatkow Holifield, E Harrison Hassel, F. Hayes, R. Helms, D. Henson Hilbert Hoek Holland Hart, A. Hassell Hayman Helms, S. Herren Hilburn Hodges, E. J. Hollander Hart, P. Hasty Hoys Hembree Hershberger Hill Hodges, L. Hollingsworth Hartman, B Hausman Head, A. Henagon Heustress Hines Hoffman Hollis, A B. Hartman, J. Hawk Head, J. Henderson Hewes Hirsberg Hoffman, D. Hollis, L. Hartsfield Hawkins, D. Heod, O. Hendler Hiott Hirschmonn, J. Hogan Hollomon Harvey, C. Hawkins, H. Heenan Hendrick Hicks Hirschmonn, R. Holden Hollon Harvey, S. Hayes, H. Held, J. Henley Higgins Hitt Holifield, C HoMoway CADENHEAD AND LOCKRIDGE CAPTAINED ALABAMA ' S 7949 FOOTBALL SQUAD the un6eRQRa6uates HARRIS, WILEY FLETCHER, JR.; Billingsley; A S; Pershing Rifles HARRISON, SARA FRANCES; Montgomery; Commerce HART, ALMA JO; Johnson City, Tenn.; Alpha Chi Omega; Education; Pep Squad; Corolla- YWCA HART, PATRICIA ANN; St. Petersburg, Fla.; Pi Beta Phi; Home Economics; Canterbury Club; Caroline Hunt Club HARTMAN, BARBARA JOAN; Mobile; Alpha Gamma Delta; Education; YWCA; Pep Squad HARTMAN, JULIA JEAN; Mobile; Alpha Gamma Delta; Education; Pep Squad HARTSFIELD, FLORENCE RUTH; Bir- mingham; Delta Delta Delta; A S HARVEY, CHARLES ALEXANDER; Fairfield; Sigma Phi Epsilon; A S; Pep Squad HARVEY, SAM WELLS; Guntersville; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S; News Editor, Crimson-White; Sigma Delta Chi; Press Club; Pep Squad. HENRY, FREDERICK S.; Jackson, Tenn.; Chi Phi; A S; BSU . . . HENSON, HARRY DRAKE; Mobile; Delta Kappa Epsilon; A S HERREN, CLIFFORD A.; Montgomery; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce HERSHBERGER, MARTHA; Fairhope; Alpha Gamma Delta; Commerce HEUSTRESS, JANE BENNETT; Montgomery; Zeta Tau Alpha; A S; YWCA Pep Squad HEWES, MARTHA RUTH; Birmingham; Phi Mu; A S Corolla; Pep Squad HIATT, WOOD C; Mobile; Alpha Tou Omega A S; Druids; Pershing Rifles; YMCA; Freshman Debate Team; West- minster HICKS, THOMAS FRANKLIN; Birmingham; Chi Phi; A S; Alpha Phi Omega; Pep Squad HIGGINS, FRANCIS N.; Jackson Heights, N. Y,; Phi Delta Theta; A S. HARWOOD, JAMES THOMAS; Miami, Fla.; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S; Intramural Sports Board HASSEL, FRED L.; Tuscaloosa; Theta Chi; Commerce HASSELL, HORACE PAUL; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha; Engineering HASTY, TURNER ELIJAH; Linden; Sigma Phi Epsilon, A S HAUSMAN, VIVIAN; Hollywood, Flo.; A S HAWK, GLENN; Albertville; A S HAWKINS, DONALD BALLARD Dothan; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S HAWKINS, HELEN WILCOX Birmingham; Alpha Delta Pi; Education; House of Representatives, WSGA Triangle; President, Freshman Class; Pep Squad HAYES, HELEN FLOYD; Clanton; Alpha Gamma Delta; Commerce; Rammer Jammer. HIGH, MARY LUCILE; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Phi; A S; Westminster; C-W HILBERT, RIO RITA; Elizabeth City, N. C; A S; Pep Squad; BSU HILBURN, BETTY KAY; Plant City, Flo.; Education Hill, RICHARD; Montgomery; Delta Tau Delta; Engineering; Corolla; St. Pat ' s; Blackfriars HINES, JAMES THOMAS, JR.; McWilliams; Sigma Chi; Engineering; Scabbard Blade; Chi Epsilon; ASCE; Druids HIRSBERG, ROSLYN MAE; Friars Point, Miss.; Sigma Delta Tou; Commerce HIRSCHMANN, JANET; Espyville, Pa.; Commerce HIRSCHMANN, ROY JOSEF; Espyville, Pa.; Commerce HITT, DOROTHY; Tuscaloosa; Theta Upsilon; Education; Triangle. HAYES, NORMA ELIZABETH; Maplesville; Home Economics HAYES, ROBERT LEE, JR.; New Brockton; Kappa Sigma; A S HAYMAN, JOHN LUTHER, JR.; Jemison; A S; Bond; Phi Eta Sigmo; Pershing Rifles HAYS, WILLIAM EDWIN; Eufaulo; Kappa Sigma; A S HEAD, ALAN EVANS; Birmingham; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Commerce . HEAD, JAMES ARTHUR, JR.; Birmingham; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Commerce; Golf Team ... HEAD, OLIVER PICKENS; Columbiana; Commerce; Phi Eta Sigma Pershing Rifles . . . HEENAN, INEZ WALKER; Springhill; Kappa Koppa Gamma Education; YWCA; Corolla; Canterbury Club HELD, JACK EUGENE Anniston; Zeta Beta Tau; Commerce; Corolla; IRC. HNATKOW, ALEX RAYMOND; Perth Amboy, N. J.; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; IAS; ASME; Choral Union; Glee Club HOCK, JOSEPH ROOSEVELT; Jamaica, New York, N. Y.; Engineering; St. Pat ' s HODGES, EVELYN JANE; Mobile; Kappa Delta; Education; Triangle; YWCA; Swan Club HODGES, LYNN POWELL; Baytown, Texas; A S HOFFMAN, BILL W.; Little Rock, Ark.; Sigma Chi; A S HOFFMAN, DONALD GEORGE; Dover, N. J.; Commerce HOGAN, ELWOOD LEON; Mobile; Com- merce; Band . HOLDEN, EDWARD ATWILL, JR.; Westfield, N. J.; Lambda Chi Alpha; Chemistry HOLIFIELD, OLETA; Heiberger; Home Economics. HELD, SIDNEY DAVID; Tollodego; Zeta Beta Tau; Commerce HELMS, DAN D.; Phenix City; Delto Tau Delta; A S HELMS, SANDA B.; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Tou Omega; A S; Varsity Football HEMBREE, E. RAY; Scottsboro; Pi Kappa Phi; Commerce HENAGAN, JAMES VANN; Birmingham; Alpha Tou Omega; A S HENDERSON, WILMA JEAN; Honolulu, T. H.; A S HENDLER, DAVID; Newark, N. J.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; Pep Squad; Hillel; Corolla HENDRICK, ANNE ELIZABETH; Hurtsboro; Alpha Chi Omega; A S; Philos; Triangle; Wesley; Alpha Lambda Delta HENLEY, EDMOND DARBY; Birmingham; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce; Pep Squad; Vice-President, Freshman Class; Commerce Association. Look, Mamma, I ' m a shavetail ii t " ! ' Bb 1 ' -js HJBlLr H . 1 ji 11 r 1 lmK V. - t f HOLIFIELD, REESE MAXWELL; Heiberger; A S HOLLAND, LYMAN FAITH, JR.; Mobile; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; Pep Squad; Rammer Jammer; Pershing Rifles HOLLANDER, ARLENE JOYCE; Memphis, Tenn.; Home Economics HOLLINGSWORTH, CAREY FERGUSON, JR.; Bes- semer; Phi Gamma Delta; Chemistry; Druids; Pershing Rifles; Pep Squad HOLLIS, ALLEN U.; Sulligent; Pi Kappo Alpha; A S; Men ' s Glee Club HOLLIS, LYNN SMITH; Dora; Education; BSU; Pep Squad HOLLOMON, JOHNNY PERRY; Dothan; A S HOLLON, MARTHA ALICE; Montgomery; Chi Omega; Home Economics; Triangle; YWCA; Caro- line Hunt Club HOLLOWAY, JAMES HENRY; Tampa, Flo.; Chi Phi; A S. Holmes, A. Holmes, J. D. Holmes, J. A. Holmgren Holston Holt, J. Holt, M. Holton Homer Hood Hooper Hooton, H. Hooton, R. Hope Hopkins Hopson Horton, G. Horfon, H. Houser Howard H. T. Howard, Hilda Howard, J. Howard, R. Howell Hudnell Hudson, J. Hudson, T. Huff Huffstutler Huggins Hughes, E. Hughes, G. Hughes, R. Hughey Hughlelt Huguley Hull Hulsey Humphrey, B, Humphrey, R Humpidge, R. Hungerford Hunt, 1. Hunt, V. Hunter, C. Hunter, W. Hurter Hurvich Hyde Hytken Hyyii Ingram Itzkowitz Ivey, E. J. Ivey, E. B. Ivy, D. Jackson, G. Jackson, H. Jackson, M. Jackson, R. Jacobs, H. Jacobs, J. Jaeger James, B. Holtzclaw Horn Huddleston Hughes, J. Humpidge, H. M. Hutcheson Jackson, A. James, R. ALUMNUS MEL ALLEN BECAME AN HONORARY MEMBER OF ALPHA EPSILON RHO the un6eRQRA6uAtes HOLMES, ALFRED PARKER, JR.; Mobile; Thela Chi; A S; Debate 3quad; Pershing Rifles; Wesley HOLMES, JAMES D.; Trinity; Phi Kappa Sigma; Commerce; Corolla HOLMES, JOHN ARTHUR, JR.; Hun..i ville; Sigma Nu; Commerce HOLMGREN, SEHON; Birmingham; Delta Tau Delta; Commerce; Vice-President, Sophomore Class; Commerce Association; Men ' s Spirit Committee; C-W; Pep Squad HOLSTON, ARTHUR FRANKLIN; Nanticoke, Md.; Delta Sigma Phi; A S; C-W; WABP; Press CluS; Pep Squad HOLT, JAMES HENRY; Flomaton; Commerce HOLT, MARTHA LOUISE; Selma; Kappa Delta; Home Economics; YWCA; Caroline Hunt Club; Westminster; Corolla HOLTON, FRANCES lUCY; Doytono Beach, Fla.; Alpho Delta Pi; A S; Pep Squad; YWCA HOLTZCLAW, MORLAN ELMER; Tarrant; A S. HOMER, RAYBURN CLYDE; Demopolis; Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Com- merce Association HOOD, HELEN SULLIVAN; Montevallo; A S; Ger- man Club; Secretory-Treasurer, IRC HOOPER, CARMON THOMAS, III; Brownsville, Tenn.; Commerce HOOTON, HELEN CLAIRE; Dadeville; A S; Triangle; YWCA HOOTON, ROBERT JACKSON; Roanoke; Pi Kappo Phi; A S; Wesley HOPE, MARGARET; Mobile; Delta Delta Delta; A S; Sigma Delta Pi HOPKINS, AGNES MIRON; Pansy; Commerce HOPSON, ANNE; Tallassee; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Education; Pep Squad; YWCA; Corolla HORN, BARBARA; Colum- biana; A S. HORTON, GREER M.; Alexander City; Phi Delta Theto; Commerce HORTON, HUGH; Phenix City; Delta Chi; A S; Band HOUSER, MARTHA; Tuscaloosa; Kappa Delta; Education; Triangle; YWCA; West- minster HOWARD, HARRY TURNER; New Orleans, La.; Delta Kappa Epsilon; A S . . . HOWARD, HILDA; Alexander City; Education; Corolla; Ram- mer Jammer; Pep Squad; Wesley . . . HOWARD, JACK COLE; Gadsden; Theta Xi; A S HOWARD, ROBERT EMMETT; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce; Phi Eta Sigma HOWELL, CHARLES; De- catur; Kappa Alpha; A S; Band HUDDLESTON, ANN; Wetumpko; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Education; YWCA. HUDNELL, ARMSTEAD BRISTOWE; Alexander City; Sigmo Nu; A S; Corolla HUDSON, JAMES RAY; Alexander City; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce HUDSON, THOMAS REID; Birmingham; Engineering; Pershing Rifles; St. Pat ' s HUFF, CLARENCE YOUNG; Woodnerd; Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Commerce Association HUFFSTUTLER, JAMES K.; Montgomery; Alpha Tau Omega; Education HUGGINS, MARION ANNE; Miami, Flo.; Pi Beta Phi; Home Economics; Triangle; Caroline Hunt Club; Corolla; YWCA; C-W HUGHES, EDMUND WINSTON; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S; Rho Alpha Tau; C-W HUGHES, GRADY LANIER; Hartford; Commerce HUGHES, JOSEPH PENNINGTON; Geneva; Kappa Sigma; A S; Pep Squad. HUGHES, RODERICK THEODORE; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce HUGHEY, W. TALMADGE; Mayo, S. C; Commerce; Com- merce Association HUGHLETT, ARLINE FERN; Tampa, Fla.; Delta Zeta; Home Economics; Triangle; Women ' s Spirit Committee; C-W; YWCA HUGULEY, HARRELL DALLIS; Lafayette; Phi Gamma Delta; A S; C-W; Pep Squad HULL, WILLIAM EDWARD, JR.; Homewood; A S; German Club; Phi Eta Sigma; Pershing Rifles; Pep Squad; BSU HULSEY, PEGGY; Memphis, Tenn.; Pi Beta Phi; A S; YWCA; French Club HUMPHREY, BETTIE MERIWETHER, Montgomery; Chi Omega; Home Economics; Pep Squad HUMPHREY, RICHARD CHEEK; Bir- mingham; Phi Delta Theta; Commerce; Pep Squad; Track Team HUMPIDGE, HERBERT M.; Savannah, Ga.; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce; President, Quadrangle; Delta Sigma Pi; Westminster; Cotillion Club; Phi Eta Sigma; SGA Traffic Committee; University Religious Council. HUMPIDGE, ROBERT W.; Savannah, Ga,; Phi Gamma Delta; Engineer ing HUNGERFORD, KENNETH ORVILLE; West Hartford, Conn. A S HUNT, IDA MAE; Deatsville; Commerce; Phi Chi Theto; Triangle Women ' s Spirit Committee; Pep Squad HUNT, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH, Columbiana; Delta Zeta; Education; IRC HUNTER, CATHERINE COLEMAN; Bluefield, W. Vo.; Alpha Phi; A S; Orchestra; Germon Club HUNTER, WARREN GENE; Birmingham; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; Pep Squad HURTER, CLIFF; Pottstown, Pa,; Theta Chi; Education; Band HURVICH, MARVIN; Birmingham; Kappa Nu; Commerce; Vice- President, Kappa Nu; President. IZFA HUTCHESON, NANCY JOAN; Tarrytown, N. Y,; Delta Delta Delta; A S; Pep Squad; Westminster. HYDE, DOROTHY JEANE; Birmingham; Alpha Chi Omega; Education HYTKEN, BARBARA JEANNE; Leland, Miss.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S HYYTI, LEO VIKTOR; Lake Worth, Fla.; Engineering INGRAM, LUCY GILBERT; Cloverdale; Kappa Delta; Education; YWCA; Canterbury Club; Modern Dance Club ITZKOWITZ, MARVIN; Brook- lyn, N. Y.; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Education; IZFA IVEY, EDITH JANE; Gadsden; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A S; WABP; Blackfriors IVEY, EUGENE BRYANT; Talladega; Chi Phi; Commerce; Varsity Basketball IVY, DE RUGELEY; West Point, Miss.; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S; French Club . . . JACKSON, ANNE MINOR; Eutaw; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A S. JACKSON, GLENN ERWYN; Birmingham; Kappa Sigma; A S JACKSON, HARRY; Pell City; Chi Phi; Commerce JACKSON, MARION; McGhee, Ark.; Phi Mu; Education; Pep Squad; Westminster JACKSON, ROBIN; Fitzgerold, Ga.; A S; Crimson Theatre; Wesley , . . JACOBS, HERMINE; Rosedale, Miss .; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Education JACOBS, JEANNE ADAIR; Scottsboro; Home Economics; YWCA; Corolla JAEGER, HERBERT H.; Malverne, Long Island, N. Y.; Engineering; Westminster; St. Pot ' s JAMES, BILL B.; Rome, Ga.; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce JAMES, ROBISON BROWN; Tuscaloosa; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S; Phi Eta Sigma; Band; BSU. Clown and gay ladies Theto U ' s at play Jamison Jenkins, M. Jannett Jennings Johnson, Lloyd H.Johnson, M. Jollit, S. Jollit, W. Jones, M. E. Jones, M. L. Jowers Joyce Kaplan, R. Karrh Kelly, F. Kelly, M. Jaworsky Jernigon Johnson, N. Jones, B. Jones, W. M. Kabeory Kossner Kemp, Ann Jeffer Johns Johnson, R. Jones, D. Jones, N. Kahn, G. Katz Kemp, G. Jeffers Johnsey Johnson, W. Jones, E. Jones, R. Kahn, N. Keel Kemper Jefferson Jeffrey Jemison Jenkins, C. Johnson, C. G, Johnson, C. J. Johnson, Lemuel Johnson, L. F. Johnson, W. H. Johnson, J. G. Johnston, M. K. Johnston, P. Jones, H. Jones, J. Jones, K. Jones, M. R. Jones, S. Jordan, H. Jordan, J. Joseph Kanter, E. Kanter, P. Kanter Kaplan, M. Keeler Keil Keith Kelly, B. Kenedy Kennedy Kennington Kerlin, W. G. ' PAGLIACCI " AND " CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA " CAME TO BAMA NOVEMBER 3 the un6eRQRA6uates JAMISON, CHARLES R.; Tu:caloosa; Phi Gamma Delta; A8.S; Corolla JANNETT, BILLIE RHEA; Birmingham; Delto Gammo; Home Eco- nomics; YWCA JAWORSKY, ANTHONY JOSEPH; Monville, N. J.; A S; Phi Eta Sigma JEFFER, ROSE ELSIE; New Orleans, La.; Sigma Delta Tau; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Hillel; IZFA JEFFERS, RICHARD LAMAR; Birmingham; Phi Delta Theto; Commerce JEFFERSON, TOMMY K.; Birmingham; Theta Chi; Commerce JEFFREY, CLYDE GRAY; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce JEMISON, MIMS PENN; Tuscaloosa; Commerce JENKINS, CHARLES JEFFERSON; Opeliko; Chemistry; Alchemists Club; American Chemical Society; Biblio- graphical Society of America; Balzac Society of America; Secretary- Treasurer, Junior Class. JENKINS, MARY ALICE; Miami Beach, Flo.; Alpha Delta Pi; A S JENNINGS, JO ANN; Tutwiler, Miss.; Chi Omega; Education; Caroline Hunt Club; Pep Squad JERNIGAN, MARY RUTH; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Xi Delta; A S; Band; Triangle JOHNS, NANCY RHEA; Birmingham; Phi Mu; Home Economics; Wesley Choir; Pep Squad; Rammer Jammer JOHNSEY, CARL ROY, JR.; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha; Engi- neering JOHNSON, CARL GUSTAF; Morehead, Ky; Engineering; Varsity Track JOHNSON, CAROLE JEAN; Moreheod, Ky.; Delta Zeto; A S; Blackfriars JOHNSON, LEMUEL HICKMAN; Birmingham, Lambda Chi Alpha; A S; C-W; Pep Squad JOHNSON, LEWIS FRANK; Dothan; Pi Kappa Phi; Commerce. JOHNSON, LLOYD HARLIN; Amorillo, Tex.; Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineer- ing JOHNSON, MAURINE MADELON; Spring Hill; A S; Triangle; WABP; Corolla; Pep Squad; Blackfriars; Spanish Club; Wesley JOHNSON, NORENE MARY; Racine, W is.; A S; Pep Squad . . .JOHNSON, ROBERT KELGOR; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Tau Omega; Engineering; Treasurer, St. Pot ' s; Westminster JOHNSON, WILBUR GEORGE; Dothan; Pi Kappa Phi; A S JOHNSON, WILLIAM HAROLD; Munford; A S JOHNSON, JOHN G., Ill; Selmo; Kappa Alpha; A S JOHNSTON, MARY KATHRYN; Troy; A S JOHNSTON, PRESLEY MORGAN; Alice- ville; Chi Phi; Commerce; Pep Squad. JOLLIT, WILLIAM OZLEY JONES, BELVA JUANITA, JONES, DONALD ROY i Omega; Men ' s Spirit Com ; Alpha Tau Omega; Com HARRIET BETTES; Orlando JOLLIT, SAM LANE; Opeliko; Commerce Opeliko; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce Trofford; Home Economics; Rommer Jammer Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; Alpha Ph mittee , JONES, EDWARD M.; Opeliko merce; Interfralernity Council JONES, Flo.; Pi Beta Phi; A S; Triangle; Canterbury Club JONES, JAMES A.; Birmingham; Chi Phi; A S JONES, KATHRYN S.; Coral Gables, Fla.; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S; Secretory-Treasurer, WSGA; Press Club JONES, MAMIE RUTH; Toney; Education; Triongle. Bock stage homecoming JONES, MARGARET ERWIN; Birmingham; Kappa Delta; Home Economics JONES, MARIETTA LANGDON; Birmingham; Kappa Delta; A S; C-W JONES, W. MIMS; Birmingham; A S; Conterbury Club; Pep Squad JONES, NEVA KATHLEEN; Birmingham; Phi Mu; A S; YWCA; Pep Squad; Wesley JONES, ROBERT H.; Anniston; Delta Tau Delfo; A S; Cadet Officers Club; WABP; Black Warrior Flying Club , JONES, STANLEY HOWARD; Lakewood, O.; Alpha Sigma Phi; Education JORDAN, HERBERT R.; Fulton; Sigma Chi; Engineering JORDAN, JOHN B.; Aliceville; Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Pep Squad; Commerce Associotion JOSEPH, MAURICE; Jackson, Miss.; Kappa Nu; Com- merce; Pershing Rifles. JOWERS, SUE ALICE; Wetumpko; Alpha Chi Omega; Education; YWCA JOYCE, GEORGE KENNETH; Martinsville, Va.; Pi Koppa Alpha; A S KABEARY, ROBERT ALLEN; St. Petersburg, Flo.; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce KAHN, GORDON BARRY; Mobile; Kappa Nu; Com- merce; Corolla; Spirit Planning Committee; Rho Alpha Tou; Hillel; IZFA; Commerce Association KAHN, NATHAN; Mobile; Koppa Nu; Com- merce KANTER, ELVIN; Tarrant; Kappa Nu; Commerce; Phi Eta Sig- ma; Corolla; Student Legislature; Debate Team KANTER, PHILIP; Oneonto; Koppa Nu; A S KANTOR, PAUL; Birmingham; Koppa Nu; Commerce; Pep Squad; Interfraternity Tennis Champion; Commerce As- sociation; Runner-up, Interfraternity Ping Pong Tournament KAPLAN, MORRIS MERLE; Conton, Miss.; Commerce; Pep Squad. KAPLAN, RICHARD MAX; Gary, Ind.; Zeto Beta Tau; Commerce KARRH, LOREHE ELIZABETH; Corbon Hill; Delta Zeto; A S; BSU; Ger- man Club KASSNER, JAMES LYLE; Tuscaloosa; Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineering; General Gorgos Scholarship KATZ, BARBARA ELAINE; Fort Lauderdale, Flo.; Sigma Delta Tou; Commerce; Triangle; Hillel KEEL, STELLA GRACE; University; Education KEELER, JOAN ELIZABETH; Spring Hill; Chemistry; Pasteur Society; Swan Club KEIL, NANETTE; New Orleans, La.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S; Pep Squad; St. Pat ' s Queen, 1949; Homecoming Court KEITH, CRAWFORD; Tollodego; Delta Sigma Phi; Engineering KELLY, BARBARA ANN; Repton; Alpha Phi; Chemistry; Pasteur Society; Wesley. KELLY, FREDERICK LINDSAY, JR.; Birmingham; Pi Koppa Alpha; Engi- neering KELLY, MARTHA ELIZABETH; Guntersville; Education . , KEMP, ANN; Bessemer; Chemistry; Triangle; Vice-President, Sophomoiv Class; Alchemist Club; Vice-President, ACS KEMP, GLENDA DELL; Pelham, Go.; Alpha Delta Pi; Commerce; Commerce Association KEMPER, DONALD BARTON, JR.; Franklin, La.; Engineering; Rammer Jammer KENEDY, DOROTHY SUE; Gulfport, Miss.; Phi Mu; A S; Debate Team; Triangle; Blackfriars; C-W KENNEDY, MARY ERASER; Tuscaloosa; Pi Beta Phi; A S; C-W; Newman Club; Pep Squad; Women ' s Spirit Committee KENNINGTON, JAKE BURRUS, JR.; LoGrange, Go.; Pi Koppa Phi; Commerce KERLIN, WILBUR G.; Prottville; A S; Pep Squad. 9- Kerlin, W. C. Kern, J. M. Kern, J. P. Kernachan Kerr Kiesling Kildron Kimbro Kimmel King, B. King, Jac k King, Jackson E. King, L. King, M. King, P. King, R. Kingry Kitchtngs Klamroth Klein Kline Klotzman Knight, C. Knight, Marga ret Knight, Martha Knighten Knowles Koch Koenig Kohn, E. Kohn, J. Korman Korns Kreismon Krickbaum Krout Krueger Kuester Kulman Kupper Kyle, A. Kyle, J. Lackey Lakemon Lamberth Land Landreth Landrum Lane, B. Lane, E. Lone, J. Lane, W. Lonford Langlois Lanning Lapidus, J. Lapidus, S. Larimer Larkrn Lorkins Laseter Lotody Latimer, B. Latimer, K Lattof Latture Lavender Lavette Lowhon Layden Leach Lee, A. COMMERCE BUILDING WAS RENAMED B DGOOD HALL AT 1950 COMMERCE DAY the un5eRQPa6uAtes KERLIN, WILEY COWART; Prattville; Educotion KERN, JOE M.; Ardmore, Pa.; Delta Tau Delta,- Commerce; Pep Squad; Tennis Team KERN, JOHN P.; Ardmore, Po.; Delta Tau Delta; Commerce; Varsity Base- ball KERNACHAN, JOHN SIMMONS; Guntersville; Engineering; AIIE KERR, ROBERT H.; Reform; Chi Phi; Engineering; St. Pot ' s KIESLING, HERBERT CHARLES; Flushing, N. Y.; Lambda Chi Alpha; Engi- neering; Canterbury Club KILDRON, FRED J.; Birmingham; Theta Chi; A S KIMBRO, JAMES; Columbus, Ga ; Delta Chi; A S; Blockfriors KIMMEL, JEANNE ROSELLE; Ononcock, Va.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S; Corolla. KING, BOBBIE; Greenville; Delta Zeto; Home Economics; Pep Squod KING, JACK; Birmingham; Koppo Sigma; Engineering KING, JACKSON E.; Anniston; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce KING, LIDA KATHERINE; Kennett, Mo.; Alpha Chi Omego; Home Economics KING, MARY GENE; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Phi; A S; C-W; BSU; YWCA; Art Club; Alpho Sigmo Omega KING, PAUL; Kingsport, Tenn.; Delta Tau Delta; Commerce; BSU; Commerce Association KING, REX P.; Pinckord; Delto Chi; Commerce; Wesley; Commerce Association KINGRY, ANNE; LaFayette; Alpha Delta Pi; Education KITCHINGS, WILLIAM JOSEPH; Birmingham; Sigmo Chi; Commerce. KLAMROTH, ALBERT SJERE; New York, N. Y.; Engineering; Glee Club KLEIN, MARK HENRY; Hortford, Conn.; Sigma Alpha Mu; A S; Corolla; Hillel KLINE, IRA HARRIS; Birmingham; Kappa Nu; Com- merce KLOTZMAN, MELVIN; Montevollo; Zeto Beta Tau; Engineer- ing; Druids KNIGHT, CARLENE ERIC; Haleyville; Commerce; Rho Alpha Tou; AIA KNIGHT, MARGARET; Rowland, N. C; Pi Beta Phi; A S; Triangle; Pep Squod; YWCA KNIGHT, MARTHA; Tusca- loosa; Alpha Delta Pi; A S KNIGHTEN, HENRY; Montgomery; Edu- cation KNOWLES, KATHLEEN; Foley; Home Economics; Wesley; Corolla. KOCH, JACK L.; Demopolis; Zeto Beta Tau; Engineering; Corolla; WABP KOENIG, NATHAN RUSSELL; Bronx, N. Y.; Alpha Epsilon Pi; A S; AIME; Hillel; IZFA KOHN, EILEEN L.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Commerce KOHN, JANET E.; Philodelphio, Pa.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Commerce KORMAN, SHIRLEY JOYCE; Atlanta, Ga.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S KORNS, BARBARA JOAN; New Or- leans, La.; Home Economics KREISMAN, RAE RITA; Montgomery Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S; Triangle; Corolla KRICKBAUM, JANET Tampo, Flo.; Delta Zeto; Home Economics; Triangle; Caroline Hunt Club C-W; Canterbury Club KROUT, HOMER LEE; Hopewell, Vo.; Com- merce; Editor, Rammer Jammer; 1949-1950 A-Book; Phi Eta Sigma; Com- merce Association; AIA; Alpha Kappa Psi; Beta Alpha Psi. Christinas for the kids KRUEGER, JACK HOWARD; Birmingham; Delta Kappci Epsilon; Com- merce KUESTER, JUNE LOFTON; Fort Myers, Flo.; Alpha Phi; Com- merce; President, Adams-Porker; House of Representatives, WSGA KULMAN, O. DAVID; Atlanta, Go.; Zeta Beto Tau; Commerce; Pershing Rifles; Secretary, Interfraternity Council; Choirmon, SGA Rat Cop Com- mittee; Spirit Planning Committee; Corolla; Chairman, Greek Week KUPPER, CHARLES J., JR.; New Market, N. J.; Alpha Sigma Phi; Engi- neering; Corolla KYLE, AUDREY JEAN; Tuscaloosa; Koppo Delta; A S KYLE, JAMES HERMAN; Birminghom; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Com- merce Tennis Team LACKEY, PHILIP RAY; Sylocougo; A S; Press Club . LAKEMAN, JACK PRIDEAUX; Haleyville; Chi Phi; Commerce; C-W LAMBERTH, EDWIN GRADY; Alexander City; Sigma Nu; A S. LAND, BILL; Montgomery; Delta Tou Delta; Commerce; C-W; Bond BSU; Commerce Association LANDRETH, BETTY JEAN; Talladega; Ed ucotion; Bond; AIA; Wesley LANDRUM, WILLIAM JUDSON, JR. Tuscaloosa; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce LANE, BOBBY EARL, Boinbridge, Go.; Pi Koppo Phi; Engineering LANE, ELEANOR A, Huntsville; Education LANE, JOHN B.; Deatsville; Education; Pep Squad; Religious Council LANE, WILLIAM R.; Huntsville; Phi Koppo Sigma; A S LANFORD, EDWARD DOUGLAS, JR.; Gadsden; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce; Assistant Editor, 1950 Corolla; Cotillion Club; Interfraternity Council; Assistant Director, Pep Squad; Alpha Koppo Psi; Executive Council, Commerce Association; Wesley; IRC; SGA Personnel Committee LANGLOIS, CARL LOUIS; Selmo; Sigmo Chi; Commerce; Cadet Officers Club; Debate Squod. LANNING, WILLIAM D., JR.; Birminghom; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S LAPIDUS, JEROME; Birmingham; Zeto Beta Tou; Commerce; Corolla; Tennis Team LAPIDUS, STANLEY; Birmingham; Kappa Nu; Com- merce LARIMER, JAMES RICHARD; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce LARKIN, MARY KATHERINE; Birmingham; Alpha Gammo Delta; Education LARKINS, BELLE ALLENE; Brewton; Delta Gommo; Education; Corolla; YWCA; Junior Ponhellenic LASETER, WILLIAM RAY; Montgomery; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S; Pep Squad LATADY, RICHARD; Pascagoula, Miss.; Delta Koppo Epsilon; Commerce UTIMER, BEVERLY ADAIR; Birmingham; Pi Beta Phi; Education; YWCA; Triangle; Pep Squad. LATIMER, KAROL RUTH; Genevo; A S LATTOF, RAMSEY GEORGE; Prichord; Phi Sigma Koppo; Commerce; Commerce Association LATTURE, ANN; Birmingham; Phi Mu; A S; AAUW LAVENDER, GESNER FRANCES; Hovono; Education; YWCA; Wesley LAVEHE, JOHN HORACE; Birmingham; Chi Phi; Commerce LAWHON, RUBY ERNESTINE; Hamilton; Education LAYDEN, POSS; Okinawa; Lombdo Chi Alpha; A S; Rammer Jammer LEACH, MARIANNE; Effingham, III.; Zeto Tou Alpha; Education LEE, ANN; Prichord; Alpha Phi; A S. i Lee, C. Lee, R. Leeds Legg Leiand Leonhardt Lerma Lerner Leslie Lettieri Levanger Levenson Levie Levine Levinson Levitt Levy Lewis, C. Lewis, F. Leyton Lichty Linaker Lindsay Linke Lips Lipson Litt Little, F, Little, James B. Little, James H. little, John Lilwin Livings Livingsto in Livingstone Locke, G. Loclce, M. Loeb Logan, J. D. Logan, J. H Lollar Lombardo London, C. London, J. Lonergan, D. Lonergan, R. Long Longcrier Longshore Lorberboum Love Lovell Low Lowe Lowman Lowry Loy Lubel, M. Lubel, T. Lucas Luckie Ludlow Lukens Lum Lumpkin Lunn Lushington Lyda Lyie Lyies Lyon Lyons WALTER KENNEDY WAS NAMED PRESIDENT OF ALABAMA ALUMNI ASSOCIATION the un6eRQRA5uates LEE, CHARLSIE ALICE; Birminghorri; Education; Wesley; AIE LEE, ROBERT EUGENE; Memphis, Tenn.; Lambda Chi Alpha; Engineering; St. Pat ' s LEEDS, JERRY ROBERT; Forest Hills, N. Y,; Zeta Beta Tou; A S; Corolla; C-W; Hillel LEGG, FLORENCE ELIZABETH; Jasper; Home Economics LELAND, VIRGINIA MOSBY; Tuscolooso; Kappa Delto; Home Economics; Triangle; YWCA LEONHARDT, SUZANNE; Sheffield; Pi Beta Phi; A S; Wesley; YWCA LERMA, BARBARA CHARLOTTE; Wichita Falls, Tex.; Alpha Phi; Home Economics; Treasurer, Ponhellenic; Pep Squad LERNER, JEROME JOSEPH; Birmingham; Alpha Epsilon Pi; A S LESLIE, OWEN CECIL, JR.; Tuscolooso; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce; Corolla; Pep Squod; Commerce Association. LOCKE, MABEL VIRGINIA; Birmingham; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S; YWCA LOEB, HONORE; New Orleans, La.; Sigma Delta Tou; Home Economics LOGAN, JAMES DANIEL; Fairfield Highlands; Delta Tou Delta; Chemistry; Alchemist Club; BSU; President, Freshman Class LOGAN, JOHN HOWARD; Birmingham; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Engineering; American Chemical Society LOLLAR, MARGARET KYLE; Tuscaloosa; Zeto Tou Alpha; A S; YWCA; Triangle; Pep Squad LOMBARDO, JOSEPH P.; Birmingham; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Commerce; Men ' s Spirit Com- mittee; Newman Club LONDON, CAROLYN JANE; Hottiesburg, Miss.; Sigma Delta Tau; Education LONDON, JEAN ROSE; Hotties- burg, Miss.; Sigma Delta Tau; Education LONERGAN, DONALD COLVIN; Birmingham; Chi Phi; Education; Pep Squad; Blackfriors. LETTIERI, ANTHONY ROE; Roritan, N. J.; Education LEVANGER, HELEN ELIZABETH; Chicago, III.; Delta Zeto; A S; Canterbury Club LEVENSON, JAMES I.; Birmingham; Zeto Beta Tou; A S LEVIE, JAMES E.; Birmingham; Engineering; AlChE LEVINE, MURRAY STANLEY; Stanford, Conn.; Commerce LEVINSON, MAURINE LANE; Florence; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S; Pep Squad; Corolla LEVITT, JAMES DENNETH; Monhotton, N. Y.; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Commerce; Hillel LEVY, STANFORD JULIUS, JR.; New Orleans, La.; Zeta Beta Tou; A S; WABP LEWIS, CALVERT DALE; Jacksonville, Flo.; Sigma Chi; Commerce; Track Team. LONERGAN, RONALD CARLIS; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; Commerce LONG, ROBERT J.; Uniontown; Phi Delta Theta; A S LONGCRIER, BARBARA NAN; Nashville, Tenn.; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; Wesley; Pep Squad; Rammer Jammer LONGSHORE, WILLIAM JERE; Montgomery; Sigma Nu; Commerce; Commerce Association LORBERBAUM, ROBERT ALAN; Woodmere, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Com- merce; Pep Squad; Hillel LOVE, CHARLOHE ANNE; Jacksonville, Flo.; Delta Zeto; A S LOVELL, PATRICIA ANNE; Opp; Alpha Chi Omega; Education; Choral Union; Pep Squad; Women ' s Spirit Commit- tee LOW, WILLIAM LEWIS; Birmingham; Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon; AIEE; St. Pot ' s LOWE, EVELYN JUNE; Clanton; Phi Mu; Education; C-W. LEWIS, FRANK RUSSELL; Biiminghom; Delta Chi; Commerce LEYTON, TEMMA JOY; High Point, N. C; Sigma Delta Tou; A S; IZFA; Hillel; YWCA; C-W LICHTY, JOHN CHARLES; Birmingham; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Commerce; Pep Squad; Commerce Association LINAKER, CHARLES ALAN; Birmingham; Alpha Tou Omega; Commerce LINDSAY, THOMAS R.; Hazen; Chi Phi; A S LINKE, OTTO ANTHONY; Corlstodt, N. J.; Theta Xi; A S; Press Club; Newman Club LIPS, HELENE ANNE; Mobile; A S LIPSON, ELLIS; Tuscaloosa; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; Pep Squad; Hillel; Commerce Associotion LITT, RICHARD ERWIN; Birmingham; Kappa Nu; A S; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; Pershing Rifles; Pep Squod. LITTLE, FAYE HASSELL; Tuskegee; Education LITTLE, JAMES B.; Gadsden; Sigma Nu; A S LITTLE, JAMES HERBERT; Leeds; Sigma Chi; A S; Pep Squad LITTLE, JOHN; Charlotte, N. C; Delta Tou Delta; Commerce LITWIN, MARTIN S.; Jasper; Sigma Alpha Mu; A S; Corollo ; Pep Squod; Men ' s Spirit Committee; IRC; EFF; Student Forum; Hillel; IZFA; American Chemical Society; Alpha Epsilon Delta LIVINGS, MELVIN J.; Troy; Education LIVINGSTON, LESLIE; Atlonta, Go.; Delta Gamma; Commerce; C-W; YWCA LIVINGSTONE, SAUNDRA ALEXIS; Pleosontville, N. J.; Education; Hillel LOCKE, GWENDOLYN; Morion; Delta Zeta; Home Economics. LOWMAN, JOSEPH ALLEN; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; A S LOWRY, ROBERT, JR.; Huntsville; Phi Delta Theta; Commerce; Golf Team . . . LOY, WILLIAM MASON; Birmingham; Chi Phi; Commerce; Blackfriors; Delta Sigma Pi LUBEL, MICHAEL; Mobile; Kappa Nu; Commerce LUBEL, TERRYE NAOMI; New Orleans, La.; Home Economics LUCAS, EMMA ANN; Russellville; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S; YWCA LUCKIE, CARRIE PEARLE; Selmo; Koppo Delta: Home Economics; YWCA; Pan Hellenic Council; Caroline Hunt Club LUDLOW, WALTER EDMOND; Wilmington, Del.; Engineering LUKENS, CAROL JOAN; Birmingham; Delta Delta Delta; A S; Pep Squad; Westminster. LUM, JAMES G., JR.; Jasper; Phi Delta Theto; A S LUMPKIN, ROBERT F.; Birmingham; Delta Tou Delto; A S; IRC; Pep Squod; Wesley LUNN, RUSSELL; Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; Commerce; Philos; C-W; Executive Council, AIA; Secretory-Treasurer, Sophomore Class LUSHINGTON, JERRY; Montgomery; Delto Tau Delta; Commerce; Bond Commerce Association; C-W LYDA, DORYE; Frisco City; Education Wesley Choir; Choral Union; Vocal Ensemble LYLE, JOHN S.; Deco tur; Phi Gamma Delta; A S; Corolla; Pep Squad; C-W; Rammer Jammer WABP; YMCA LYLES, MARY LOU; Springhill; Alpha Xi Delta; Edu cation; Westminster LYON, JOHN ALLEN, JR.; Attallo; Sigma Nu Commerce , . LYONS, CHARLES ERNEST; Ft. Payne; Alpha Tau Omega Engineering; YMCA; Wesley; St. Pat ' s; AIEE; IRC. Ants and A D Pi ' s Rush relaxation 1 = WOODS, MANLY, GARLAND, AND CLARK HALLS WERE COMPLETELY REMODELED the un6eRQRa6uates MABRY, VIRGINIA BROWN; Fairfield; Phi Mu; A S; Philos; Promotion Staff, WABP; Pep Squad; Wesley McGOWAN, BRADFORD L.; Jacksonville, Fla.; Phi Garrmo Delta; A S; Phi Eta Sigma; Druids; Pershing Rifles; CW; Choral Union; Pep Squad McLEOD, RODERICK MOORE, JR.; Birmingham; Delta Kappa Epsilon; A S MACON, BILLIE JANE; Wetumpka; Alpha Chi Omega; Education; YWCA MACON, JOSEPH EDWARD; Huntsville; Sigma Nu; Commerce MADDOX, BARBARA ANN; Jasper; Zeta Tau Alpha; Education; Pep Squad MADDOX, DOLORES ALLUMS; Tollossee; Alpha Xi Delta; Education MADDOX, PATSY JUNE; Atlanta, Ga.; Alpha Phi; A S; C-W; Pep Squad MADISON, RICHARD FLEETWOOD; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Tau Omega; Commerce. MATHEWS, PATRICIA; Atlanta, Go.; Alpha Phi; Chemistry; Pep Squad; Pasteur Society; YWCA; Women ' s Spirit Committee; Corolla MATKINS, THAD W.; Mobile; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce; Commerce Association MATTHEWS, MACK O.; Mobile; Pi Koppc Phi; Engineer- ing; Phi Eta Sigmo; Druids MATUSEWICZ, JOHN FRANCIS; Hockettstown, N. J.; A S; Pep Squad MAULDIN, ROY LEON, JR.; Birminghom; Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineering; Pep Squad; St. Pot ' s; MAURY, MARY FONTAINE; Mobile; Alpha Xi Delta; A S; Pep Squad; Women ' s Spirit Committee MAXWELL, JULIA BELL; Northport; Chi Omego; Education; Wesley MAXWELL, MARTHA ANN; Northport; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club MAY, 1. W.; Montgomery; Delta Tau Delta; Education; Wesley; C-W. MAGNUSON, CLYDE R.; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce MAGRUDER, FREELAND HARRIS; Itto Bena, Miss.; Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Drum Major, Bond MAHONEY, GEORGE MENTZ; Hunts- ville; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Corolla; Pep Squad MAJOR, MARGARET B.; Birmingham; Delta Zeto; Home Economics; Pep Squad; YWCA MALKOVE, BERNARD; Birmingham; Kappa Nu; Commerce; Hillel MALLETTE, REESE; Birmingham; Engineering; AIME; Wesley MALONE, GEORGE HOLCOMB; Dothon; Koppa Sigma; Commerce; IRC MALONE, JAMES W.; Mobile; Phi Koppa Sigmo; Engineering MANN, LELA BELLE; New Hope; Education; Pep Squad. MAY, RAYMOND BEATTY; Mobile; Pi Koppa Alpha; Commerce; Corolla; Freshman Bosketball MAY, ROSEMARY; Mobile; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; YWCA; C-W MAYFIELD, CLELL ISAAC; Birmingham; A S - MAYO, ROBERT D.; Tuscaloosa; Delta Tau Delta; Commerce; Commerce Association; Pep Squad; Florida Club; Black Warrior Flying Club MEADOR, DANIEL JOHN, III; Greenville; Kappa Alpha; Law; Law Re- view; Phi Delta Phi; Scobbord and Blade; Tau Kappa Alpha MEEKS, WAYNE A.; Aliceville; Engineering; Westminster; St. Pat ' s; Pep Squad MELTON, JAMES A.; Wetumpka; Koppa Alpha; Education; Varsity Football MENTZ, PHILIP S.; Tuscaloosa; Engineering MERRITTE, ANGUS A.; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce. MANN, ROBERT FELTON; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce; IRC; Pep Squad , MARCUS, ESTER DEDORA; Oak Grove, La.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Education; Pep Squad; Hillel MARCUS, VAN; Birming- ham; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce; Freshman Football MARING, LOUIS E.; St. Petersburgh, Flo.; Zeto Beta Tou; Commerce; IRC; Hillel; Pep Squad MARITZKY, DORACE; Homer, La.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S . MARKOWITZ, DAVID MILTON; Athens; Zeta Beta Tau; Com- merce; C-W; Corolla MARKS, JOHN SCOTT; Montgomery; Alpha Tou Omega; A S; Canterbury Club; Symphony Orchestra MARKS, MARC L.; Sharon, Penn.; Zeto Beta Tou; Commerce; WABP; C-W; Hillel; IRC; Commerce Association MARSHALL, BETTY LYNN; Little Rock, Ark.; A S. MARTIN, KATHERINE JANE; Charlotte, N. C; Commerce MARTIN, LUCILE; Clayton; Kappa Delta; A S; Wesley; Corolla; Pep Squad MARTIN, THOMAS WENDELL; Bessemer; A S MARX, SYLVIA LEE; Louisville, Ky.; Sigma Delta Tau; A S; Hillel; IZFA; C-W MASON, LOIS; Huntsville; Alpha Chi Omega; Home Economics; Pep Squad; C-W MASON, WILLIAM LEE; Meridian, Miss.; Kappa Alpha; Engineering MASTIN, JOHN MATTHEWS; Booz; Alpha Tou Omego; Commerce MATHEWS, BYRON CLIFFORD; Birmingham; Phi Koppa Sigma; Com- merce; Commerce Association MATHEWS, KATHERINE ANN; Phenix City; Education. Well, ton my hide MESSER, EDMOND; Birmingham; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma MICHAELS, GEORGE MARTIN; Pensocolo, Flo.; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Pep Squad MICKWEE, GEORGE N.; Birmingham; Delta Chi; A S; WABP; Newman Club; Corolla; Alpha Phi Omega MIDDLETON, ANN; Birmingham; Theto Upsilon; Home Economics MILLARD, BETTY JANE; Brodenton, Fla.; Koppa Koppa Gamma; A S Debate Squad; YWCA , , MILLER, ALON; Montgomery; Zeta Beta Tou A S; C-W; Corolla; Rho Alpha Tau MILLER, ATWILL LAMAR, JR. Dothon; Sigma Phi Epsilon; A S MILLER, DORIS JOAN; Rocky River, O.; Alpha Xi Delta; A S; Wesley; Blackfriors MILLER, JAMES PAUL; Scottsboro; Commerce. MILLER, JOHN ROBERT; Huntsville; Pi Koppa Alpha; Commerce; Pep Squad MILLER, K. BRUCE; Gadsden; Alpha Tou Omega; A S; Blackfriors; Crimson Theatre MILLER, MARC; Montgomery; Zeta Beta Tou; A S; Corolla; C-W MILLER, THOMAS ROBERTS; Alexander City; Sigma Nu; Commerce; Commerce Association; BSU MILLER, WILLIAM CANTRELL; Huntsville; Pi Koppa Alpha; A S; Pep Squad; C-W MILLING, BURL OWEN; Block Diamond; Alpha Tou Omega; Com- merce; YMCA; Rammer Jammer MILLS, MARY ANN; Atlanta, Go.; Zeta Tou Alpha; A S MILLSTIEN, MAXINE SYLVIA; Jackson, Miss.; Sigma Delta Tau; Education; Pep Squad; 1949 Corolla Beauty MINER, ELIZABETH COLLAMORE; St. Petersburg, Flo.; Pi Beta Phi; A S; YWCA. s. fl Vki Minks Minor Minton Mitchell, C. R. Mitchell, C. C Mitchell, F. Mitchell, J. C. Mitchell, J. S. Mitchell, K. Mitchell, R. E. Mitchell, S. Mitchell, W. B. Mitchell, W G. Mittwede Mize Mobley Moche! Mohan Molina Monteoboro Montgomery Moody Moon, D. Moon, J. Mooney Moore, Carl Moore, C. A. Moore, D. Moore, H. Moore, J. L. Moore, J. Moore, T. Moorer Morgan, B. Morgan, C. Morgon, J. M. Morgan, James Morgan, N. Morgan, P. Morrill Morris, B. Morris, E. Morris, H. Morris, P. Morris, L. Morris, R. Morrison Morrow Morton Moscowitz Moseley, E. Moseley, R. Moseley, T. Moses Moss Moxley Muglach Muir Mulder Mullinnix Munn Munro Murbach Murdoch Mureen Murphy, M. M. Murphy, M R. Murray, E. Murray, J. Murray, P. Myers Myrick, J. CHARLES F. KETTERING WAS SPEAKER AT 1949 COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES the un6eRQRaC)uates MINKS, JACK BROWN; Scottsboro; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce MINOR, CHARLES FARRELL; Dora; Pi Kappa Phi; Engineering MINTON, JOHN HENRY; Mobile; A S; C-W MITCHELL, CHARLES R.; Tuscumbia; Delta Chi; Commerce MITCHELL, CRAIG COMER, JR.; Birmingham; Delta Sigma Phi; Commerce; Pep Squad; Commerce Associa- tion MITCHELL, FANNY; Mobile; Commerce; Hillel; IZFA MITCHELL, JACK CORNELIUS; Sylacouga; Sigma Nu; A S MITCHELL, JAMES STEWART, JR.; Phenix City; Theto Chi; A S MITCHELL, KAY; Port Arthur, Tex.; Theta Upsilon; Commerce. MORGAN, JAMES M.; Little Rock, Ark.; A S MORGAN, NELDA MARIE; Georgiano; Education; Wesley MORGAN, PATRICIA MAY; Maplesville; Commerce MORRILL, JOY FRANCES; Caswell; A S . . . MORRIS, BEVERLY ANN; Mobile; Delto Delta Delta; Home Economics . . . MORRIS, EMORY WILLIAM; Elkins, W. Va.; Theta Chi; Engineering; St. Pot ' s; AIEE MORRIS, HERBERT; Perth Amboy, N. J.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; Rammer Jammer; Hillel; Commerce Association; Choral Union; IZFA MORRIS, LOUISE EVE; Nashville, Tenn.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S; Corolla; Pep Squad MORRIS, PAUL P.; Tuscaloosa; Com- merce. MITCHELL, RUFUS EDWARD, JR.; Bessemer; Phi Gamma Delta; A S; Pep Squad; Men ' s Glee Club MITCHELL, STEVE DOUGLAS; Warrior; A S MITCHELL, WALTER BERT; Mobile; Zeto Beta Tou; A S; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; Sigma Pi Sigma; Pershing Rifles MITCHELL, WOODFIN GOWEN; Toney; Chemistry; Alchemist Club; Ameri- can Chemical Society . MITTWEDE, FREDERICK S.; Decatur; Delta Sigma Phi; Engineering MIZE, DONALD GENE; Birmingham; Kappa Sigma; A S MOBLEY, JOAN GARRETT; Birmingham; Alpha Phi; Education; Corolla - MOCHEL, NANCY CAROLYN; Shelbyville, III.; Pi Beta Phi; Commerce . MOHAN, JOHN F.; Garden City, Long Island, N. ,Y.; Delta Chi; Commerce. MOLINA, VINCENT JOSEPH; Key West, Flo.; Chemistry , . . MONTEABARO, GAIL ELIZABETH; Birmingham; Phi Mu; Home Eco- nomics; YWCA; Caroline Hunt Club MONTGOMERY, JAMES MORTON; Birmingham; A S; Ram mer Jammer; C-W; Press Club MOODY, KATHERINE MARIE; Birmingham; Alpha Gamma Delta; Com- merce; Pep Squad; Canterbury Club MOON, DOT; Wedowee; Education; Cheer Leader; Women ' s Spirit Committee MOON, JOYCE; Huntsville; Home Economics MOONEY, JANE ALLEN; Port Arthur, Tex.; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; Pep Squad; YWCA; Presi- dent, Colonial , MOORE, CARL; Gate City, Va.; Delta Tau Delta; Commerce; Canterbury Club; Commerce Association MOORE, CLAUDIA ANN; Centreville; Zeta Tou Alpha; A S; Pep Squad. MOORE, DAVID S.; Birmingham; Delta Chi; A S MOORE, HARRIANNE; Birmingham; Alpha Delta Pi; A S MOORE, JACQUELYN LEE; Haleyville; Education; Pep Squad; Caroline Hunt Club MOORE, JONES; Birmingham; Delta Chi; A S; Rho Alpha Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Druids; Pershing Rifles . MOORE, THOMAS EDWARD; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineering , MOORER, HENRY DERRELL; Tusca- loosa; Phi Delta Theta; Engineering; AlChE MORGAN, BETTY JUNE; Piedmont; Delta Zeta; Chemistry; Wesley MORGAN, CHARLES, JR.; Birmingham; Delta Tou Delta; Commerce; Assistant Chairman, Spirit Planning Committee; Homecoming Committee; Coordinator, SGA; Pep Squad; Corolla; Commerce Association; Blackfriars; IRC; Interfroternity Council; C-W; Canterbury Club; Cotillion Club . . . MORGAN, JACQUELINE MARILLA; Honoroville; Education. AE Pickaninnies MORRIS, ROBERT LEWIS, JR.; Elkmont; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce MORRISON, ELIZABETH BRUCE; Trussville; Alpha Phi; Education; Zeta Phi Eta; Wesley; Women ' s Spirit Committee MORROW, D. JACKSON, JR.; Birmingham; Delta Tau Delta; A S MORTON, GUY; Tuscaloosa; Delta Chi; Education MOSCOWITZ, EDWARD R.; Brook- lyn, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce; Band; Hillel MOSELEY, EDWARD HOLT; Thomoston; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Education MOSELEY, ROBBIE LEE; Sylocaugo; Kappa Koppo Gamma; A S; YWCA; Glee Club MOSELEY, THOMAS P.; Montgomery; Phi Gamma Delta; A S . . MOSES, RICHARD HARWOOD; Mobile; Phi Delta Theta; A S. MOSS, RICHARD E.; Columbus, Go.; Theta Chi; Commerce; Cheer Leader MOXLEY, THOMAS CLARK; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; A S MUGLACH, LOUIS JOSEPH, JR.; Birmingham; Commerce; Bond MUIR, AUDREY JEAN; Birmingham; Kappa Koppo Gammo; A S; Corolla MULDER, PATTY J.; Wetumpko; Delta Zeta; Education; Wesley; YWCA , MULLINNIX, JAMES ADAMS; Montgomery; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S; Rammer Jammer . MUNN, FRANK O.; Birmingham; Phi Gamma Delta; A S MUNRO, HUGH PETTIS; Mobile; Pi Koppo Phi; Engineering . MURBACH, JANE ELIZABETH; Mobile; Alpha Xi Delta; Home Economics; Pep Squad. MURDOCH, CONSTANCE MERIDITH; Birmingham; Home Economics . . . MUREEN, LILLIAN; Golesburgh, 111.; Delta Delta Delta; A S; Wesley Choir; Choral Union; WABP MURPHY, MARY MARGARET; Tampa, Flo.; Home Economics MURPHY, MARY ROSE; Centreville; A S MURRAY, EDWARD; Dechard, Tenn.; Delta Tou Delta; A S MURRAY, JAMES MANSON; Mobile; Delta Koppo Epsilon; Commerce; Philos , MURRAY, PATRICK THOMPSON; Miami, Flo.; Kappa Sigmo; Commerce MYERS, NEIL OSCAR; Samson; Sigma Nu; A S . . MYRICK, JOSEPH E.; Deatsville; Commerce. -.= «■ K. Myrick, L. McAdams McAdory McClellan, R. McClellan, W. McClusky McCullen McCullough McDonlel McDowell McEachern McElroy McHenry Mcintosh McKee McLaughlin, T. McLean McLendon McNeills McPherson McRae, D. Neal Nelson, M. Nelson, N. McAlister McCollough McDonald, H. McElvey McKenzie McLure McRae, R. Nelson, R. McArthur McCollum, D. McDonald, J. McGauly McKinnon McMoth McWhorter Nelson, W. McCoa McCollum, E. McDonald, M. McGehee McKinley McMillan McWtlliams Nettles, A. McCain McCoy McDonald, I McGovern McKinney McMullin Nabors Nettles, R. McCall McCrary, G. McDonald, V. McGowon McKnight McMurrcy Namias Newman, G. McCann McCrary, M. McDonald, W. McGowin McLaughlin, M. McNeal Nosh Newman, J. HAROLD D. WALL WAS SELECTED UNIVERSITY ' S OUTSTANDING FRESHMAN the un6eRQRA6uates II " . MYRICK, LINDA LOU; Deafsville; A S McADAMS, JERRYE RICHARDS; Reform; Chi Phi; Engineering; St. Pat ' s McADORY, WILLIAM KENNON; Tuscaloosa; Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Pep Squad McALISTER, ELIZABETH; Tompa, Flo.; Alpha Phi; Chemistry; West- minster; Women ' s Glee Club McARTHUR, KATRINA TERRELL; Mont- gomery; A S; YWCA Cabinet; Wesley; Triangle McCAA, MARGARET DARGAN; Anniston; Alpha Gomma Delta; A S McCAIN, WILLIAM C, JR.; Selmo; Commerce; Alpha Kappa Psi; IRC; Blockfriors; Pep Squad McCALL, JOANE HATCHER; Boynton Beach, Flo.; Chi Omega Chemistry; YWCA; Triangle; Blackfriars; Pasteur Society; Alchemist Society Pep Squad McCANN, JEAN W.; Montgomery; Delta Delta Delta A S; Canterbury Club; YWCA. McHENRY, ALLEN E.; Jacksonville, Fla.; A S; A-Club; Trock Team , . MclNTOSH, HARRIET KATHERINE; Florence; Pi Beta Phi; A S; Canterbury Club; Glee Club; Choral Union . . . McKEE, JOE H.; Reform; Commerce McKENZIE, MARY LEMERLE; Atlanta, Go.; Phi Mu; A S McKINNON, CHARLES, Fairfield; A S; Canterbury Club . McKINLEY, ETHEL L; Foley; A S; Press Club; Spanish Club; Pep Squad McKINNEY, MILTON HARRIS; Montgomery; Sigma Nu; Engineering McKNIGHT, CAROLYN; Crawfordsville, Ark.; Kappa Kappa Gommo; Home Economics; Alpha Lambda Delta; Junior Triangle; President, Phi Upsilon Omicron; House of Representatives, WSGA; Secretary, AAUW McLAUGHLIN, MAX VICTOR; Blue Springs; Jammer; German Club. Phi Gamma Delta; A S; C-W; Rammer McCLELLAN, ROBERT BYERS; Springville; Kappa Sigma; Commerce . . . McCLELLAN, WILLIAM EDWARD; Springville; Koppa Sigma; Commerce McCLLJSKY, LONNIE NEWTON; Toney; Alpha Tou Omego; Engi- neering; St. Pot-s; AIEE McCOLLOUGH, WILLIAM B.; Birmingham; Koppo Alpha; Commerce McCOLLUM, DOUGLAS ROBERT; Ken- more, N. Y.; Theta Xi; A S; Rho Alpha Tou McCOLLUM, EDGAR PATTON; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S; Druids; WABP . McCOY, JEAN BROOKS; Montgomery; Zeta Tau Alpha; Commerce; Phi Chi Theta; Triangle; Pep Squad; Commerce Association McCRARY, GEORGE ANSLEY; Birmingham; Sigma Nu; Commerce; Commerce Asso- ciation McCRARY, MITZI ANN; Montevollo; A S. Mclaughlin, THOMAS EUGENE; Fairfield; Sigma Phi Epsilon; A S; C-W McLean, JOYCE I.; Birmingham; A S McLENDON, BETTY JANE; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Chi Omega; Chemistry . McLURE, JOSEPH HAMIL; Arlington, Vo.; Kappa Sigmo; A S McMATH, RAYMOND N.; Birmingham; Delta Tou Delta; Commerce McMILLAN, CECIL L.; Bay Minette; Commerce; BSU McMULLIN, CHARLES JAMES; Birmingham; Delta Koppo Epsilon; A S; Corolla; Alumni News; Cotillion Club; C-W . McMURRAY, RUDOLPH NOBLE, JR.; Heflin; Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineering; St. Pat ' s McNEAL, FRANCES CAROLINE; Tus- caloosa; Delta Delta Delta; A S. McCULLEN, THOMAS; Leonia, N. J.; Commerce , McCULLOUGH, MARY CHLOE; Birmingham; A S; Alpha Lambda Delta; Bond; Sigma Delta Pi McDANIEL, PATSY ANNETTE; Atlanta, Go.; Phi Mu; A S McDonald, Harriet ELIZABETH; EI Poso, Tex.; Zeta Tau Alpha; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Pep Squad; Corolla McDonald, JOHN; Birmingham; Delta Tau Delta; Commerce; Corolla; Wesley; Commerce Association McDONALD, MARY EVELYN; Penso- colo, Fla.; Alpha Gommo Delta; Education; Pep Squad . McDONALD, RICHARD HAMILTON; Montgomery; Sigma Nu; A S; Band McDONALD, VIRGINIA MARIE; Birmingham; Alpha Chi Omego; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Pep Squad McDONALD, WILLIAM WHITE; Roanoke; Chi Phi; Commerce; Druids; Philos; Pershing Rifles; Pep Squad. McNELLIS, DOROTHY; Elmhurst, III.; Alpha Xi Delta; Home Economics; C-W; Blackfriars; Wesley McPHERSON, JOHN WARREN, JR.; Roa- noke; Chi Phi; A S McRAE, DONALD K.; Fairfield; Delta Tau Delta; Engineering; St. Pot ' s McRAE, ROBERT EUGENE; Rockmort, Go.; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; Theta Tou McWHORTER, ROBERT DALE; Gaylesville; Phi Gommo Delta; Commerce McWILLIAMS, JOHN WILLIAM; Birmingham; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce NABORS, MARJEAN; Birmingham; Home Economics; Triongle; House Representatives, SGA; AIA; Wesley NAMIAS, THEIMA ELIZABETH; Bay St. Louis, Miss.; Phi Mu; Home Economics; Newman Club; Caroline Hunt Club NASH, SAMUEL THOMAS, JR.; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Com- merce; Corolla; Homecoming Committee. McDowell, HOLT A., JR.; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S McEACHERN, MARLYN MAXINE; Birmingham; Phi Mu; Education; YWCA McELROY, DAVID LOUIS; Fairfield; Kappa Alpha; Chemistry; Pep Squad , . . McELVEY; Pelham, Go.; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S . . . McGAULY, CATHERINE; Pensacolo, Fla.; Pi Beta Phi; A S; Blackfriars; Westminster McGEHEE, LUCY GRIFFITH; Jacksonville, Flo.; A S McGOVERN, JOHN J.; Schnectady, N. Y.; Commerce McGOWAN, MARY ELIZABETH; Foley; Delta Gommo; A S McGOWIN, CLAUDE MASTIN, JR.; Greenville; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Education. Delt harmony NEAl, MARY ELLA; Oxford; A S NELSON, MARY JEAN; Lake- land, Fla.; Alpha Xi Delta; A S NELSON, NORMA LEE; Wyott, Mo.; A S; Wesley , NELSON, ROY ALLEN; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Al- pha; Commerce NELSON, WILLIAM RUSSELL; Athens; Pi Koppa Phi; A S NETTLES, ALICE MARIE; Mobile; Koppo Delta; A S; Corolla . . . NETTLES, ROBIN HARRIET; Birmingham; Alpha Chi Omego; A S; Women ' s Spirit Committee; WABP; Corolla NEWMAN, GRAYDON LEONARD; Birmingham; Commerce NEWMAN, JOHN HAYNES, JR.; Birmingham; Pi Koppa Alpha; A S; Pep Squod. Newsom Newton, A. Newton, B. Newton, P. Nichols, G. Nichols, W Noble, T. Nolond Nolen, B. Nolen, J. Norden Norman Norton Norwood, J. Norwood, S. Null Nunez Nussboum Obee Ober O ' Calloghon O ' Conner Odeen Ogden, F. Oliver, E. Oliver, H. Oliver, W. Ollwerther Olmstead Olsen O ' Reor Orgoin Orr Oswald O ' Sullivan Overstreet Owen, H. J. Owens, D. Owens, 1. Owens, J. Owens, L Owens, R. Pofford Page, F. Page, J. Pallet Palmer Pankey Niemczak Norris, H. Oakley, D. Ogden, W. Olson Owen, A. Owings Park Niren Norris, J. Oakley, E. O ' Lecry O ' Neal Owen, E. C. Poctor Noble, M. Norstedt Oakley, J. Ogliati O ' Neill Owen, E. W. Padgett Parker, Jeanette Parker, Judy AIR ROrC NEW BLUE UNIFORMS CAUSED MUCH COMMENT AMONG STUDENTS the un6eRQPA6uates NEWSOM, CHARLES HENDERSON; Montgomery; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; ASME; Varsity Track NEWTON, ALEX; Birmingham; Sigma Chi; Commerce; Pep Squad NEWTON, BETTY JO; Fayette; Education; Triangle NEWTON, P. L.; Little Rock, Ark.; Engineering , . . NiCHOLS, GEORGE W., JR.; Chickasaw; Theta Chi; A S; C-W NICHOLS, WILLIAM CURTIS, JR.; Fayette; A S NIEMCZAK, ANTHONY JOSEPH; Croydon, Pa.; Engineering NIREN, JOAN ARLEEN; Birmingham; Commerce NOBLE, MARY TERRY; Richmond, Va.; Pi Beta Phi; Education; Women ' s Spirit Committee; YWCA; West- ininster. OLIVER, ELEANORA FIGG; Proctor, Ark,; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Home Economics OLIVER, HARRY McCARTY; Montgomery; A S OLIVER, WALTER; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce OLLWERTHER, ROBERT G.; Freehold, N. J.; A S OLMSTEAD, DALE B.; Galien, Mich,, Commerce Omega; A S Chemistry merce. Commerce OLSEN, RICHARD T.; Birmingham; OLSON, JOYCE ANN; San Gabriel, Calif,; Alpha Chi O ' NEAL, BRUCE MICHAEL; Fairfield; Sigma Phi Epsilon; O ' NEILL, JOHN C; Springhill; Phi Delta Theta; Com- NOB.E, THOMAS ALEXANDER; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha; Com- merce NOLAND, JUNE; Tuscaloosa; Theta Upsilon; Chemistry; Pasteur Society; Alchemist ' s Club NOLEN, BENNIE CANNON; Berry; Alpha Gamma Delta; Home Economics , NOLEN, JANE E.; Spring- ville; Kappa Koppo Gamma; Education; Pep Squad; Canterbury Club NORDEN, CURTIS M.; Montgomery; Commerce; Commerce Association NORMAN, MARION; Birmingham; Alpha Xi Delta; Home Economics, Band; Caroline Hunt Club . . NORRIS, HUBERT LEE, JR.; Birmingham Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce NORRIS, JAMES H.; Birmingham Phi Delta Theto; Engineering; Pep Squad; St. Pat ' s NORSTEDT AXEL; Plateau; Theta Chi; A S; Bond. O ' REAR, MARY JOY; Jasper; Home Economics ORGAIN, NANCY; Huntsville; Delta Delta Delta; Education; Pep Squad ORR, JOHN R.; Birmingham; Delta Chi; A S; Pershing Rifles OSWALD, SUE THERESA; Atlanta, Go.; Pi Beta Phi; A S; C-W; Canterbury Club O ' SULLIVAN, PAT; New Orleons, La.; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Education; Newman Club; C-W Lineman of the Year; Varsity Footboll . , , OVERSTREET, DONALD CLYDE; Flotwood; Theta Chi; A S OWEN, ALEXANDER PAUL; Janesville, Wis,; Sigma Chi; Commerce; Pep Squad OWEN, ELLA CLAUDINE; Tollossee; Education OWEN, EVELYN WOOD; Atlanta, Go.; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Triangle; Alpha Lambda Delta; YWCA; Symphony Orchestra; French Club. NORTON, JAMES DECAVE; Tuscaloosa; Engineering; St. Pat ' s; ASME , , NORWOOD, JEAN EILEEN; Tarrant; Home Economics; Pep Squad , , . NORWOOD, SARAH FRANCES; Birmingham; Home Economics; SGA; Wesley; Caroline Hunt Club . NULL, FRANCIS CLYDE, II; Demopolis; Sigma Phi Epsilon; A S; Alchemist Club; American Chemical Club; Canter- bury Club NUNEZ, KATE HOBBS; Tampa, Flo,; Chi Omega; A S; YWCA NUSSBAUM, DOLORES DELL; Dermott, Ark,; Sigma Delta Tau; Education . , OAKLEY, DONALD FIELDS; Columbia; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Pep Squad OAKLEY, ELOISE; Columbia; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; Pep Squad OAKLEY, JOHN HOLLIS; Columbia, Sigma Nu; Commerce; Pep Squad. OBEE, SALLY LOU; West Palm Beach, Flo,; Zeta Tau Alpha; A S OBER, EARL R,; Mississippi City, Miss,; Phi Koppo Sigma; A S; WABP Corolla; IRC O ' CALLAGHAN, EUGENE FRANCIS; Greenwich, Conn. Commerce; Newman Club O ' CONNER, KATHLEEN; Birmingham C-W; Pep Squad; Swan Club ODEEN, JOAN EDLA; Spring Hill Home Economics OGDEN, FRANK; Sulligent; Delta Tau Delta Commerce OGDEN, WILLIAM W., II; Sulligent; Pi Koppo Alpha Engineering O ' LEARY, BARBARA LOU; Meridion, Miss.; Pi Beta Phi Education; Pep Squad; Newman Club OGLIATI, CHARLES R, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Delta Tou Delta; Engineering; IRC; BSU; Freshman Baseball; St. Pot ' s. Chemistry daze display OWEN, HARRIET JANE; Northport; Home Economics . , OWENS, DORIS; Birmingham; A S; Bond OWENS, IRIS ANNE; Jackson- ville, Flo.; Pi Beta Phi; A S; Triangle; University Theatre; Pep Squad C-W; Vice-President, Pi Beta Phi OWENS, JAMES KING, JR.; Gordo, A S; Pep Squad; Spanish Club; Wesley , , , OWENS, LUTHER B.; Empire Pi Koppo Phi; Engineering OWENS, RICHARD C; Kennedy; Educa- tion; Pep Squad , , , OWINGS, CLYDE LACY; Brent; Sigma Phi Epsilon; A S; Staff Photographer, Rammer Jammer; Corolla; C-W FACTOR, JOHANNA FELDMAN; Houston, Tex,; Home Economics PADGETT, MARJORIE FAE; Morionno, Fla,; Commerce. PAFFORD, MARY SUE; Doytona Beach, Flo.; YWCA PAGE, FRANCES ALMA; Pensacolo, Economics; YWCA; Caroline Hunt Club Washington, D. C; Delta Chi; Commerce; Men ' merce Association , , PAILET, THEODORE H. Beta Tou; Commerce PALMER, ELIZABETH Delta; A S PANKEY, BETSY SHERWOOD; Delta; A S; Canterbury Club; Pep Squad colooso; Kappa Alpha; A S; Pep Squad Tuscaloosa; Koppo Delta; A S PARKER, Koppo Gamma; A S; YWCA; Choral Union, Zeta Tau Alpha; BSU; Flo.; Koppo Delta; Home PAGE, JAMES DAVID; s Spirit Committee; Com- r New Orleans, Lo.; Zeta CADE; Tuscaloosa; Kappa Birmingham; Delta Delto PARK, STANLEY, JR.; Tus- PARKER, JEANEHE; JUDY; Sylacouga; Koppo Time out for chow ' ! . " S %r ' - ' ft, j w. riS y - . m .1 HKrCJr ' ' j ' L s V r I Parker, M. Parker, P. Pornell Parrish Parsons, M. Parsons, R. Partin Portlow Pass Passloff Passmore Pate, H. Pale, R. Patrick Patterson, C. Patterson, G. Patterson, J. Patterson, M. Patterson, P. Patterson, R. Poty Poul, D. Paul, T. Payne Peacock Pearce Peebles, N. Peebles, S. Pelekis Penfield Perdue Perkins, M. Perkins, N. Perkins, R Perry Persons Petersen Petty, H. Petty, R. Pevsner Pharaoh, E. Pharaoh, F. Phillips, E Phillips, J. Pickett Pierce, A. Pierce, C. Pierson, J. Pietsch Pill Pines Pinson Pintchuck Piper Pizitz Plaster Plotka Poag Pollack Pollard Pollock Pomstein Popwell Poole, B. Poole, J. Poole, R, Ponce De Leon Porter Posey Poston Powell, A. Powell, B. STUDENTS FROM 16 COUNTRIES WERE ENROLLED AT ALABAMA DURING 1949 - 50 the un6eRQRA5uAtes PARKER, MARGARET ANN; Montgomery; Alpho Xi Delta; Home Eco- nomics; Canterbury Club; Coroline Hunt Club; C-W PARKER, PEGGY; Birminghom; Home Economics PARNELL, HAYES LUCIUS; Leeds; Com- merce; Pep Squad - PARRISH, JOY NAFTEL; Greenville; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; French Club PARSONS, MARTHA JANET; Centre; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Spanish Club PARSONS, RHONWYN ANNETTE; Mobile; Delta Gamma; Education; YWCA PARTIN, GLENN EDWARD; Miami, Flo.; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S PARTLOW, NANCY L.; BIytheville, Ark.; Delta Gamma; A S; YWCA; Corolla . . PASS, REX QUILLIAN; Birminghom; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce; Pershing Rifles. PETERSEN, CAROLINE PATRICIA; Knoxville, Tenn.; Kappa Delta; Home Economics; YWCA; Corolla; Pep Squad PETTY, HOWARD P.; Chot- tonoogo, Tenn.; Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineering; Sophomore Representative, St. Pat ' s Council; AIEE; Pep Squad PETTY, RAYMOND ALLEN; Montgomery; Engineering PEVSNER, SHELDON SOLOMON; Hatties- burg. Miss.; Sigma Alpho Mu; Commerce; Rho Alpha Tou; Hillel; Hillel Sociol Committee; Pep Squod; C-W . . . PHARAOH, EILEEN HOWE; Ocean City, N. J.; A S; Spirit Committee; Pep Squad; YWCA; Choral Union . . . PHARAOH, FRANK HAND, JR.; Ocean City, N. J.; Pi Kappa Phi; Com- merce; Rifle Team PHILLIPS, ELINOR; Ft, Pierce, Flo.; Chi Omego; Commerce . PHILLIPS, JOHN DAVID; Mobile; Delta Koppo Epsilon; Engineering PICKETT, SMITH D.; Springhill; Phi Gammo Delto; Commerce; Commerce Association. PASSLOFF, RICHARD BERNARD; Kev Gardens, Long Islond, N. Y.; Commerce PASSMORE, PATRICIA GENE; Birmingham; Alpha Chi Omego; Education; Wesley; Pep Squad; Choral Union PATE, HAROLD EDWARD; Lowndesboro; Sigma Nu; Commerce PATE, RICHARD L.; Mobile; Alpha Sigma Phi; Commerce; Pep Squod PATRICK, CLEAVLAND J.; Birmingham; Engineering PATTERSON, CLYDE FRANKLIN; Dothan; Kappa Sigma; Commerce; Pep Squod; Officers Club PATTERSON, GAYLON; Tuscolooso; Commerce PATTERSON, JULIA; Montgomery; Koppo Delta; YWCA; A S; Donee Club . PATTERSON, MAURICE W.; Phenix City; Alpha Tau Omego; Commerce. PIERCE, ANNE; Jasper; Chi Omego; A S; Choral Union; Wesley Choir PIERCE, CHARLES CLAYTON; Leeds; Sigma Chi; Engineering PIERSON, JULIAN; Montgomery; Delta Tau Delta; A S; IRC; C-W; BSU; Pep Squod PIETSCH, PAT A.; Gary, Ind.; Pi Beta Phi; A S; YWCA; Nev man Club PILL, MARGARET KATHERINE; Montgomery; Chi Omega; A S; Triangle; Alpha Lambda Delta; Canterbury Club; House of Representatives, WSGA . PINES, ALAN HOWARD; Birmingham; Zeto Beta Tau; Commerce; Pershing Rifles; IRC; Blockfriors PINSON, CHARLES P.; Birminghom; Delta Chi; Education P1NTCHUCK, ROSE THERESE; Atlonto, Ga.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S; Corolla; WABP PIPER, MARGARET FRANCES; Bristol, Tenn.; Phi Mu; A S; Vice-President, Ponhellenic; Pep Squad. PATTERSON, PATRICIA ANTOINETTE; Decotur; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S PATTERSON, ROBERT ANDREW; Tuscolooso; Engineering PATY, NANCY LEE; Elizabethton, Tenn.; A S; Wesley Choir , , PAUL, DOROTHY JEAN; Tampa, Flo.; Delta Zeta; Home Economics PAUL, THOMAS LEROY; Birmingham; A S PAYNE, EDWINA; Tuscaloosa; A S; Triangle; Pep Squad; YWCA PEACOCK, JEANETTE; Atmore; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Pep Squad PEARCE, WILLIAM O.; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Chemistry PEEBLES, NANCY; Spring Hill; Koppo Delta; A S. PIZITZ, NORMAN LEE; Huntsville; Kappa Nu; Commerce; Pep Squad PLASTER, HOLLIE, JR.; Huntsville; Theta Xi; A S; Corolla; IRC; Pep Squad PLOTKA, CAROLYN; Mobile; Commerce; IZFA; Hillel POAG, HELEN; Centerville; Chi Omega; Educotion POLLACK, CHARLES VICTOR; Selmo; Zeto Beta Tou; Commerce; Corolla; C-W POLLARD, JACK R.; Roanoke, Vo.; Phi Koppo Sigma: Engineering,- Druids; Alpha Phi Omega; Cotillion Club; AIIE POLLOCK, SAM BURNEY; Gadsden; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Education POMSTEIN, ARNOLD JOSEPH; Springfield, Mass.; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Engineering; Vice-President, Alpha Epsilon Pi; Interfroternity Council POPWELL, JAMES DANIEL; Clonton; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; WABP; Corollo. PEEBLES, SAM LEE; Birminghom; Sigmo Alpha Epsilon; A S PELEKIS, GUS GEORGE; Birmingham; Commerce PENFIELD, WILLIS EDGAR; Tuscaloosa; Phi Delta Theto; Engineering; Pershing Rifles PERDUE, JOHN PRUETT; Tuscolooso; Engineering; St. Pot ' s; ASAE PERKINS, MILLS VANN; Birminghom; Phi Delta Theta; Commerce; Pep Squod . PERKINS, NATHANIEL FREDERIC; Bessemer; Pi Koppo Alpha; A S PERKINS, RICHARD W.; Cayuga, N. Y.; Commerce PERRY, LOUIS WILLIAM, JR.; Birmingham; Alpha Tou Omego; A S PERSONS, GORDON; Montgomery; Phi Delta Theta; Commerce. POOLE, BETTY ANN; Tollodego; A S POOLE, JOSEPH H.; Dothan; A S POOLE, RUFUS EDWARD; Greenville; Sigma Nu; A S . . . PONCE DE LEON, CARLOS; Cobo Rojo, Puerto Rico PORTER, WILLIAM H.; Bessemer; Kappa Alpha; A S POSEY, DELILAH DENSON; Birmingham; Home Economics POSTON, JOSEPHINE ANNE; Roanoke; Zeta Tou Alpha; Commerce; Pep Squad POWELL, ANN E.; Fairfield; Alpho Chi Omego; A S POWELL, BILL NASH; Brownsville, Tenn.; Alpha Tou Omego; Commerce; YMCA. Hell week for mal luncheon All Boma reads the Rammer Powell, D. Preis Prentice Prescott Prestwood Price, B. Pride Pridmore Pritchett Proctor Fropst, M. Propst, R. Pulitzer Pulley Purvis Pu ' man Quar ' in Quintini Rainer Ranck Randall Raney Rapoport Rapp Ratliff Raub Rovenelle Rawlinsen Ray, C. Ray, Marion Reader Reagan Reaves Redditt, D. Reddill, F. Reddock . Rees Reese Reeves, C. Reeves, F. Reid, F. Reid, H. Rhea Rhodes Rice, J. Rice, L. Rice, M. Richard Price, F. Pruett, B. Radford Rasher Ray, M. F. Reed, B. Rentz Richards Price, M. J. Pruett, D. Radoms Past Rayfield Reed, R. Rester Ri:hardson Price, M. I Plomey Raglond Ratcliffe Rea Reeder Reynolds Richter EARL McGOWIN WAS GUEST SPEAKER AT 1950 COMMERCE DAY CONVOCATION the un6ePQpa6uAtes POWELL, DOROTHY JOAN; Atlanta, Go.; Delta Zeta; Home Economics; YWCA; Caroline Hunt Club PREIS, JEROME; Elmhurst, Long Island, N. Y.; Alpho Epsilon Pi; Commerce PRENTICE, LESTER ELMER; Mountain View, N. J.; Commerce; Wesley; Track PRESCOTT, EDNA EARLE; Tuscaloosa; Home Economics , PRESTWOOD, ALVIN; Tennille; Kappa Sigma; A S; Rho Alpha Tou; Pep Squad PRICE, BETTY JAYONN; Garden City; Alpha Xi Delta; Education; Physical Education Major Club; Women ' s Spirit Committee; Pep Squad; Wesley PRICE, FRANCES LOUISE; Gadsden; Delta Delta Delta; A S PRICE, MARTHA JANE; Birmingham; Alpha Chi Omega; Home Economics PRICE, MEREDITH ESTELL; Birmingham; A S. RATLIFF, EMMETT RICHARD; Meridian, Miss.; Engineering; St. Pat ' s RAUB, SARA JANE; Doytono Beach, Fla.; Zeta Tau Alpha; Triangle; Westminster Council; Treasurer, Triangle; YWCA; Pep Squad RAVENELLE, RICHARD LOUIS; Woonsocket, R. L.; Engineering; Newman Club RAWLINSON, ROBERT LAMAR; Prattville; Delta Chi; Com- merce; Wesley; Pep Squad RAY, CLAIRE ANNE; New York, N. Y.; Pi Beta Phi; A S; Pep Squad; C-W; Newman Club RAY, MARION; Garland; Delta Tou Delta; A S; Corolla; YMCA; BSU RAY, MARION FRANK; Mobile; Engineering RAYFIELD, ROBERT STEWART; Weogufko; Delta Chi; Commerce REA, JAMES DOUGLAS; Hodges; Engineering. I PRIDE, BETTY JUNE; Whistler; Chi Omega; Home Economics; Publicity Chairman, YWCA; Rammer Jammer; Pep Squad PRIDMORE, CHARLES FLETCHER; Birmingham; Phi Kappa Sigma; Engineering; Alpha Phi Omega; Corolla; Pep Squad; St. Pot ' s PRITCHETT, WILLIAM BRITT; Decatur, Go.; Kappa Sigma; Commerce; Pep Squad; Men ' s Glee Club PROCTOR, JOHN FRANKLIN; Scottsboro; Sigma Chi; Engineering; Pep Squad; St. Pat ' s PROPST, MARGARET EMILY; Fayette; Kappa Delta; Education; Wesley; Corolla PROPST, ROBERT BRUCE; Gadsden; Pi Kappa Phi; A S PRUETT, BETTY BEDSOLE; Newton; Education; Pep Squad PRUETT, DONALD EVERARD; Daphne; Engineering . . , PTOMEY, HARLAN; Evergreen; Theta Xi; Education. READER, EUGENE L.; Birmingham; Theto Chi; Commerce REAGAN, TOMMYE; Tuscaloosa; Chi Omega; A S; YMCA REAVES, BETTY JO; Birmingham; Home Economics REDDITT, DANNA CHRISTINE; Brewton; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club REDDITT, FRANK LAFAYETTE, JR.; Brewton; Engineering; Pershing RiHes; Wesley REDDOCK, LENA SUE; Montgomery; Alpha Delta Pi; Home Eco- nomics; Triangle; Blockfriors; Caroline Hunt Club; YMCA; C-V REED, BETTY JEAN; Bessemer; Phi Mu; A S; Choral Union REED, ROBERT H.; Philadelphia, Penn.; Engineering; AIIE; St. Pat ' s . . . REEDER, JAMES LENDON; Arab; Sigma Phi Epsilon; A S. PULITZER, CLARA JEAN; New Orleans, La.; Sigma Delta Tau; A S . . . PULLEY, FRANCES CALDWELL; Pensacola, Fla.; Education; YWCA , . PURVIS, DONALD L.; Palm Beach, Fla.; Delta Tau Delta; Commerce; Commerce Association; Pep Squad PUTMAN, PAUL HOUSTON; Tuscaloosa; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Bond QUARTIN, JANET SARAH; Miami, Flo.; Sigma Delta Tou; Home Economics; Vice-President, Sigma Delta Tou QUINTINI, JACKIE THERSA; Bay St. Louis, Miss.; Pi Beta Phi; A S RADFORD, VERA REINS; Birmingham; Alpha Gammo Delto; A S; YWCA RADOMS, MARCIA JEANETTE; Birming- ham; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Education; Hillel RAGLAND, JAMES DENVER; Selma; Delta Chi; A S. REES, PAULINE; Richmond, Vo.; Sigma Delta Tau; A S; Hillel REESE, JOHN DUDLEY, III; Montgomery; Alpha Tou Omega; A S REEVES, CHARLOTTE ANNE; Montgomery; Education REEVES, FRANCES MAE; Columbus, Ga.; Alpha Gamma Delta; Commerce; Com- merce Association REID, FRANCES GERALDINE; Oneonta; Zeta Tau Alpha; Education; Pep Squad; Wesley; YMCA REID, HELEN FRANCES; Atlanta, Go.; Alpha Chi Omega; Commerce; Pep Squad; Spirit Committee RENTZ, GORDON EVERETT; Gilbertown; Engineering RESTER, SHIRLEY LAINE; Mobile; Chi Omega; A S; Corolla; YMCA REYNOLDS. PATTY RUTH; Bessemer; Pi Beta Phi; Commerce. RAINER, GYPSY ANNE; Gordo; Home Economics; YWCA; Glee Club RANCK, PEGGY MAE; Pulaski, Tenn.; Zeta Tou Alpha; Home Eco- nomics; Pep Squod RANDALL, THOMAS DEWIN; Birmingham; Alpha Tau Omega; A S RANEY, CHARLES GLADNEY; Wingfield, Mo.; A S RAPOPORT, ROBERT JAY; New York, N. Y.; A S; Boxing Team RAPP, RUTHIE; Atlanta, Ga.; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S; Pep Squad RASHER, PAT; Mobile; Commerce; Newman Club; Com- merce Association; YWCA RAST, JAMES EDWARD; Birmingham; Commerce; AIA RATCLIFFE, CHARLES FRANCIS, JR.; Spring Hill; Sigma Chi; Commerce; Band; Phi Eta Sigma RHEA, NANCY MAE; Mobile; Delta Delto Delta; A S; Triangle; Pep Squod; YMCA; Treasurer, Delta Delto Delta RHODES, MARVIN EDWARD; Mobile; Education; BSU RICE, JIMMIE SUE; Montgomery; Kappa Delta; A S RICE, LOUIS E.; Gadsden; Sigma Nu; Com- merce RICE, MARY ANN; Jackson, Tenn.; Delta Gamma; A S RICHARD, RUTH JOY; Birmingham; Delta Zeto; Home Economics; Alpha Lambda Delta; Triangle; Pep Squad; Canterbury Club; Caroline Hunt Club RICHARDS, ANN; Reform; Alpha Delta Pi; A S RICHARDSON, TERRY McCALL; Pensacola, Flo.; Sigma Nu; Chemistry RICHTER, MRS. VIRGINIA TUCKER; Athens; A S. Fiji Island party ' i The Charleston Bama style % I ]■ m Riddell Roberson, D. Robinson, B. Rogers, W. Ross, E. Ruffin Salem Santos Riddle Roberson, Robinson, Root Ross, L. Rushing Soltzmon Sarachon Roberts, D. Robinson, J. Rosoluk Rossin Russell, B. Salter Sorfoty Riggan Roberts, E. Robinson, P. Rosenboum Rousselle Russell, Jane Samuels Saroff Rikard Riley Ripps Riftenbery Rivers Robertson, B. Robertson, C. Robertson, L. Robertson, P. Robertson, Rockett Roddotn Rodman, P. Rogers, F. Rogers, L. Rosenbush Rosenfeld Rosenthal, B. Rosenthal, V. Rosevear Routmon Rowell Rozzelle Rubenstein Rubin Russell, Julio Russell, N. Russell, S. Ryan, F. Ryan, J. Sanders, M. Ann Sanders, M. AnneSanders, V. Sandlin, G. Sandlln, W Sotterfield Sawyer Scales Schorfschwerdt Schick le Polly THE STATE ' S ONLY OBSERVATORY IS INCLUDED IN THE NEW PHYSICS BUILDING the un6eRQPA6uates RIDDELL, JEAN; Florence; Commerce; Pep Squad RIDDLE, MARY ELIZABETH; Odenville; Education; Wesley RIFE, HOWARD WILLIAM St. Louis, Mo.; Theto Xi; A S; Intramural Football RIGGAN, DORIS Birmingham; Alpha Chi Omega; A S; Wesley Choir; University Theoter Pep Squad; Choral Union; Vocal Ensemble RIKARD, TOMMIE JEAN Russellville; Home Economics; AIA; Pep Squad; Choral Union RILEY, SARA JIM; Lineville; Alpho Chi Omega; Education; Women ' s Spirit Com- mittee; Corolla; YMCA RIPPS, PHYLLIS GLADYS; Denver, Col. Sigma Delta Tau; A S; Hillel; IZFA RITTENBERY, HAROLD; Sir mingham; Koppo Nu; Commerce RIVERS, CURTIS F., JR.; Cholta noogo, Tenn.; Delta Tau Delta; Engineering. ROSS, EDWIN ARNOLD; Mobile; Sigma Alpha Mu; A S; American Chemical Society; Hillel ROSS, LEONARD EMMETTE, JR.; Tusca- loosa; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Commerce; Pep Squad ROSSIN, CHARLENE SHEVA; Miami, Flo.; Chi Omega; A S ROUSSELLE, JEAN MARIE; Mobile; Alpha Xi Delta; A S; WABP; Blackfriars; Pep Squad ROUTMAN, STANLEY; Birmingham; Koppo Nu; Commerce ROWELL, FLEMING; Montgomery; Koppo Sigma; Commerce; Pep Squad; Canter- bury Club ROZZELLE, GLORIA ANN; Reform; Education RUBENSTEIN, MARJORIE ANNE; Milan, Tenn.; Sigma Delta Tau; Educa- tion; Pep Squad; Glee Club RUBIN, SULVIA; Ft. Pierce, Flo.; Sigma Delta Tou; A S; Hillel. ROBERSON, DORIS E.; Woycross, Go.; Theto Upsilon; Home Economics ROBERSON, HOSMER WARR; Trussville; Pi Koppo Alpha; A S; Band; Pershing Rifles ROBERTS, DOROTHY JEANNINE; Birmingham; Alpho Chi Omega; A S; C-W; Pep Squad; Corolla; WABP ROBERTS, EUGENE EDWARD; Birmingham; Lambda Chi Alpha; Engineering; St. Pat ' s ROBERTSON, BETTY J.; Birmingham; A S ROBERTSON, CAROLYN SUE; Covin, Education ROBERTSON, LOIS MARIE; Line ville; Education; Triangle; Pep Squad ROBERTSON, PAUL EMIL, JR.; Northport; Alpha Tou Omego; A S ROBERTSON, POLLY; Birming- ham; Pi Beta Phi; Home Economics; Pep Squad. ROBINSON, BETSY GILL; Birmingham; Alpha Xi Delta; Commerce ROBINSON, FAY MILDRED; Knoxville, Tenn.; Sigma Delta Tou; Educa- tion ROBINSON, JOWL PATRICK; Dora; Pi Koppo Phi; Commerce; Bond Fire Committee; Spirit Planning Committee; Rho Alpha Tou ROBINSON, PERRY GHENT, JR.; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Com- merce ROCKETT, ALTON CRAIG, JR.; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; C-W; Westminister RODDAM, CLYDE HOWARD; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Debate Team; Pep Squad; President, Fresh- man Commerce Class RODMAN, PATRICIA ANN; Gainesville, Flo.; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; Pep Squad ROGERS, FAYE KATHERINE; Atlonto, Co.; Koppo Koppo Gamma; Home Economics ROGERS, LAURA PURNAL; Luverne; Alpho Gamma Delta; A S; Wesley. RUFFIN, ROBERT; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S RUSHING, MARIE ELIZABETH; Gadsden; Koppo Koppo Gammo; A S; Corolla; Cotillion Club; Newman Club; YMCA; Pep oquad RUSSELL, BARBARA MERRILL; Cedartown, Go.; Alpha Chi Omego; A S; Pep Squad; BSU; WABP RUSSELL, JANE; Tuscaloosa; Koppo Kappa Gommo; A S; Triongle; Alpha Lambda Delto; Sigmo Delta Pi; YWCA; West- minster RUSSELL, JULIA WALKER; Alexander City; Kappa Delta; Commerce RUSSELL, NANCY ELIZABETH; Alexander City; Kappa Delta; Home Economics; Swan Club RUSSELL, STANLEY BERNARD; Anniston; A S RYAN, FERRELL SPENCER; Selmo; Koppo Alpho; Commerce RYAN, JAMES JOSEPH; Greenville; Sigma Nu; A S. SALEM, DONALD R.; Prairie View, III.; Education; Bond SALTZMAN, STANLEY S.; Bronx, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; A S; Pep Squod; Men ' s Spirit Committee SALTER, OTHA C; Mobile; Theto Chi; A S SAMUELS, JULIAN JOSEPH; Goodwoter; Engineering SANDERS, MARY ANN; Dothon; Koppo Delta; Home Economics SANDERS, MARY ANNE; Aliceville; Chi Omega; A S; Corolla; C-W; Alpha Sigma Omego SANDERS, VIRGINIA DALE; Vernon; Commerce . . . SANDLIN, GEORGIA JANE; Andalusia; Delta Zeto; Home Economics SANDLIN, WILLIAM WOODFIN, JR.; Florence; Sigma Phi Epsilon; A S. ROGERS, WILLIAM O.; Birmingham; Pi Koppo Alpha; Commerce ROOT, CHARLES ALFRED; Birminghom; Sigma Nu; A S ROSALUK, ANTHONY N.; Perth Amboy, N. J.; Commerce ROSENBAUM, JEAN CAROL; Scoobor, Miss.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Home Economics ROSENBUSH, BERT J.; Demopolis; Zeto Beta Tou; A S ROSENFELD, SHIRLEY; Miomi Beoch, Flo.; A S; Alpha Lambda Delto; Sigmo Delta Pi Vice-President, Hillel; Dance Club - ROSENTHAL, BARBARA ELLYNE Highland Park, N. J.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S ROSENTHAL, VERNON Birmingham; Kappa Nu; A S; Pershing Rifles ROSEVEAR, JEAN MANDEVILLE; Roirmont, West Vo.; Alpha Xi Delta; A S; Alpha Lambda Delta; Canterbury Club; German Club. New Westminster lounge SANTOS, HELEN; Mobile; A S SARACHAN, DONNA ELLEN; Rochester, N. Y.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Home Economics; Corolla SARFATY, MOISES; Limo, Peru; Chemistry SAROFF, FANNIE D.; Birmingham; Education; Hillel; IZFA; Pep Squad; Spanish Club SATTERFIELD, THOMAS ADGER; Spartanburg, S. C; Sigmo Nu; Commerce SAWYER, CHARLES MARTIN; Fort Payne; Alpha Tau Omega; Com- merce; Druids; Delta Sigma Pi; Quadrangle SCALES, CARRIE; Liv- ingston; Kappo Kappa Gommo; A S; YWCA; Rammer Jammer; Corolla SCHARFSCHWERDT, ANNA LOUISE; Fort Pierce, Flo.; Education SCHICKLE, MARION HALL; Louisville, Ky.; Alpha Phi; A S; West- minster; Swan Club. Schlesinger Scott, J. E. Searcy Selman, T. Sharp, C. Sherling Shipp Siegol Schmuck Screws Seay Sample Sharp, R. Sherman Shirley Siegel Schneider Scroggins Sedlin Sessions Shea Sherrer Shirtz Silver, R. Schoel, D. Scudder Seger Severin Shehadi Sherrill, B. Shivers Silver, S. Schoel, J. Schully Segrest, J. Sewell Shell Sherrill, J. Shof ner Silvern Schwartz, Bil Scruggs Segrest, M. Sexton, L. Shelley Sherry Short Simmons lie Schv artz, Bonnia Scott, D, Seobrook Siegel Sexton, W. Shepherd, R. Shiepe Shows Simon Seal Selber Sey Shepherd, W. Shiflitt Shugerman Simonsen Scott, J. B. Seale Selman, L. Shopero Sherer Shipley Shuttleworth Sims BAMA ' S WASP WAS THE NATION ' S LARGEST WIRED CAMPUS RADIO STATION the un6eRQRaC)UAtes SCHLESINGER, SHIRLEY FRANCES; Brookhaven, Miss.; Sigma Delta Tau; Home Economics SCHMUCK, FRANK J.; Birminghom; Com- merce . SCHNEIDER, ROBERT GEORGE; Richmond, Ind.; Commerce; Varsity Basketball SCHOEL, DOROTHY; Livingston; Delta Zeto; A S SCHOEL, JOSEPH DAWSON; Birmingham; Phi Gomma Delta; En- gineering SCHWARTZ, BILLIE MAXINE; Portland, Ind.; Kappa Delta; A S; Blackfriars; Wesley SCHWARTZ, BONNIA SONIA; Galveston, Tex.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S SCOTT, DAVID E.; Tusca looso; Delta Chi; Commerce SCOTT, JOHN BAYTON; Waugh; Chi Phi; A S; C-W. SHARP, CHARLES EUGENE; Birmingham; Alpha Tau Omega; Commerce SHARP, ROGER POST; New Orleans, La.; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Commerce , SHEA, BART EDWARD; Sovannah, Go.; Chi Phi; Com- merce; Interfraternity Council SHEHADI, JOHN E.; Maplew ood, N. J.; Delta Tou Delta; Commerce; Wesley; Commerce Association; Ram- mer Jammer SHELL, WILLIAM ALFRED; Johnson City, Tenn.; Phi Gamma Delta; A S; Chief Announcer, WABP; Wesley SHELLEY, WILLIAM HART; Heodland; Education SHEPHERD, REGINALD HARRY; Middlesboro, Ky,; Pi Kappa Alpha; Engineering; St. Pot ' s; Pep Squad SHEPHERD, WANDA; Tuscaloosa; Commerce; Swan Club; Corolla SHERER, HUGH MOSS; Jasper; Phi Gamma Delta; Com- merce. I SCOTT, JOHN EDWIN; Clonton; Sigma Nu; Commerce . . SCREWS, EUEL AUGUSTA; Opeliko; Alpha Tau Omega; A S; Westminster; Men ' s Glee Club SCROGGINS, MARGIE ANN; Decotur; Alpha Delta Pi; Home Economics SCUDDER, MARY ELIZABETH; Shelbyville, Tenn.; Chi Omega; Education SCHULLY, MARY FRANCES; Schenectady, N. v.; Delta Gamma; Home Economics; Newman Club SCRUGGS, SIGSBEE LEE, JR.; Gainesville, Fla.; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce SEABROOK, MARY ANNE; Memphis, Tenn.; Chi Omega; A S; C-W SEAL, BERNARD J.; Birmingham; Zeto Beta Tau; Commerce; Philos SEALE, FORREST B.; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Rho Alpha Tou; Commerce Association. SHERLING, JOHN K.; Greenville; Kappa Alpha; A S SHERMAN, ALBERTA JOYCE; St. Mary ' s, C; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S; Hillel SHERRER, CLARENCE HUBERT, JR.; Pensocola, Fla.; A S; Pep Squad; Wesley SHERRILL, BILL; Birmingham; Delto Kappa Epsilon; A S SHERRILL, JOHN D.; Decatur; Phi Gamma Delta; Commerce; Pep Squad; King Bee 111 SHERRY, HENRY; Birmingham; Kappa Nu; Com- merce SHIEPE, WILLIAM FAHED; Lawrence, Mass.; Phi Sigma Koppa; Commerce SHIFLITT, RICHARD TAYLOR; Adamsville; Delta Chi; A S; Rho Alpha Tou; BSU SHIPLEY, HERMAN ERNEST, JR.; Rome, Ga.; Commerce; Bond. SEARCY, ROBERT MILTON; DeArmonville; Commerce SEAY, DORIS LEE; Russellville; Home Economics; Pep Squad SEDLIN, ELIAS; Mo- bile; Kappa Nu; A S; Men ' s Spirit Committee; Pep Squad; Hillel; IZFA SEGER, RICHARD STUART; Severno Park, Md.; Delta Sigma Phi; A S; Pep Squad SEGREST, JANICE DIANE; Slocomb; Alpha Delta Pi; Home Economics; Pep Squad SEGREST, MARY ALICE; Shorter; Education SIEGEL, LAWRENCE MELVIN; Newark, N. J.; Sigma Alpha Mu; A S; IRC; Blockfriors; Hillel; Pep Squad SELBER, MANDEL; Shreveport, La.; Zeta Beta Tou; Commerce SELMAN, LINTON S.; Birmingham; Phi Delta Theto; Commerce. SHIPP, MAXWELL JONAH; Northport; Kappa Alpha; A S SHIRLEY, AGHITA; Goshen; Phi Mu; A S SHIRTZ, RAYMOND L.; Drexel Hill, Pa.; Phi Kappa Sigma; Engineering; AIIE; Alpha Phi Omega; Newman Club; St. Pot ' s SHIVERS, BILL; Frisco City; Phi Kappa Sigma; Commerce SHOFNER, VIVIAN ELIZABETH; Grand Bay; Edu- cation SHORT, MARY JULIA; Memphis, Tenn.; Chi Omega; A S; Rammer Jammer; Corolla SHOWS, MARILYN VIRGINIA; Tuscaloosa; Education SHUGERMAN, RUTH; Birmingham; Home Economics SHUTTLEWORTH, JOHN; Tuscaloosa; Sigmo Nu; A S; Alpha Phi Omega. SELMAN, THOMAS HENRY; Rome, Go.; Phi Gamma Delto; Commerce; Varsity Football SEMPLE, MARY M.; Mobile; Delta Delta Delta; A S; Corolla; Canterbury Club SESSIONS, SUE; Enterprise; Kappa Delta; Education SEVERIN, BIRGITTA; Bromma, Sweden; Delta Gamma SEWELL, MARY SUE; Tuscaloosa; Koppa Delta; Home Eco- nomics; Triongle; YWCA; Pep Squad SEXTON, LATTIE E., JR.; Mobile; A S; Barbell Club; Track Team SEXTON, WILLIAM EARL; Hunts- ville; Pi Koppa Alpha; Education SEY, BETTYE MURDOCH; Jack- sonville Beach, Fla.; Alpha Phi; Home Economics SHAPERO, JANIS; Memphis, Tenn.; Home Economics. ' SIEGAL, ELLEN DOROTHY; Birminghom; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Home Eco- nomics SIEGEL, BARBARA CAROLYN; Glendole, N. Y,; Alpha Epsi- lon Phi; Home Economics; Hillel; Corolla SILVER, RITA; Augusta, Go.; Sigma Delta Tou; Education SILVER, SELMA; New York, N. Y.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Education SILVERN, AUDREY LOU; Miami, Fla.; Sigma Delta Tou; Home E conomics; Triangle; Hillel; Panhellenic Council SIMMONS, JULIA ANNE; Jefferson; Alpha Delta Pi; A S; Society Editor, Crimson-White; YWCA; BSU SIMON, CHARLES H.; New Orleons, La.; Zeta Beta Tau; Commerce; Homecoming Committee SIMONSEN, ARLENE ANNE; Rome. N. Y.; Education SIMS, BETTY SUE; Birmingham, Alpha Phi; Commerce. Cheer, boy, cheer Rest on Delt terrace Sittason Skaggs Skeen Skiniiui Sledzinski Slepian Smart Smith, B. Smith, C. Smiin, D. bn F. Smiih, G. G. Smith, G. R. Smith, H. D. Smith, H. G. Smith, Jack Smith, Jock Eorl Smith, James M. Smith, J. Morris Smith, Janice Smith, Jerry Smith, Jimmie Smith, John Smith, L. Smith, M. F. Smith, M. L. Smith, Mrs. S. R. Smith, S. G. Smith, T. E. Smith, T. L. Smith, V. T. Smith, W. A. Smith, W. M. Smokier Smothers Snow, B, Snow, G. Snowden Soclof Sokol Solomon Sparks Spear, B. J. Spear, B. A. Spear, S. Spearman Speed Spencer, B. Spencer, J. Spencer, L. Spier Spiller Spillmcn Spirer Spurgeon Staley Stallworth Starr Steele, E. T. Steele, E. D. Stelzenmuller Stephen Stephenson Stern, L. Stern, T. Sternbach Stevens, C. Stevens, R. Stevens, W. Stewart Stich Stitt Stone, B. A. Stone, B. L. Stone, F. Stone, J. Stone, M. Stone, P. Stone, W. Stothart Streets TIDE PLACED HOLDNAK, MIZERANY, AVINGER ON ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-SEC the un6eRQRA5uates SITTASON, ROBERT D.; Decatur; Koppa Alpha, A S; Phi Eta Sigma; Druids; Pep Squad SKAGGS, ALBERT CHADWELL; Bessemer; Pi Kappa Phi; A S; Press Club; Wesley SKEEN, CHARLES EDWARD; Dothon; Kappa Sigma; Commerce; Druids; President, Phi Eta Sigma; Men ' s Spirit Committee; Pep Squad SKINNER, MARILYN MILLER; Macon, Co.; Phi Mu; A S; Spanish Club; Sorority Chairman, Wesley SLEDZINSKI, JEANEE M.; Son Jose, Cal.; Alpha Chi Omega; Home Eco- nomics; Pep Squad; French Club; President, Junior Class SLEPIAN, RONALD PHILIP; Kansas City, Mo.; Zeta Beta Tau; Commerce; Corolla SMART, BARBARA ELIZABETH; High Point, N. C; Delta Gamma; A S; Corolla; YWCA SMITH, BETTE RUTH; Birmingham; Chemistry; Pasteur Society; Alchemists; Choral Union; Pep Squad SMITH, C. RUSSELL, JR.; Montgomery; Alpha Tau Omega; A S; Corolla; Wesley. SMITH, DORA PRATT; Montgomery; Kappa Delta; A S; YWCA . . . SMITH, FREDRICA CAROLINE; Selmo; Kappa Delta; Home Economics; Canterbury Club; YWCA SMITH, GEORGE G.; Rego Park, Long Island, N. Y.; Alpha Epsilon Pi; A S; Hillel SMITH, GEORGE ROE, JR.; Demopolis; Kappa Alpha; Commerce SMITH, HELEN DRIESBACH; Latham; Zeta Tau Alpha; Chemistry SMITH, HORACE GEOFFREY; Birmingham; Delta Tou Delta; A S; C-W; IRC; Canterbury Club SMITH, JACK; Bessemer; Sigma Chi; A S SMITH, JACK EARL; Franklin, N. J.; Delta Chi; Engineering SMITH, JAMES M.; Tusca- loosa; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce; Pep Squad; Corolla. SMITH, JAMES MORRIS; Montgomery; Engineering; St. Pat ' s . . SMITH, JANICE WARREN; Covington, Tenn.; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A S; YWCA; Newman Club SMITH, JERRY ANN; Stuart, Flo.; Theta Up- silon; Commerce SMITH, JIMMIE FAYE; Albertville; Education SMITH, JOHN HORTON; Tuskegee; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S SMITH, LOUISE STEVENS; Sylocaugo; Alpha Gamma Delta; Education; Rammer Jammer; Cheer Leader; Women ' s Spirit Committee; SGA; Corolla; Philos . , SMITH, MARGARET FRANCES; Fairfield; Home Economics , . . SMITH, MONA LEE; Aruba, N. W. I.; Phi Mu; A S; Triangle; C-W . . SMITH, MRS. SARA RUTH; Valley Head; Education. SMITH, SCOTT GEORGE, II; Formington, N. M.; Pi Koppa Alpha; A S; Vice-President, Jr. Class; Greeks SMITH, TALLULAH ELAINE; Bir- mingham; Delta Zeta; A S; Westminster SMITH, THOMAS LYDE; Anniston; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S SMITH, VON-TWIELLE; Bir- mingham; Alpha Xi Delta; A S SMITH, WALLACE ALWIN; Mont- gomery; Engineering; AlEE; Bond SMITH, WALTER MEEDS; Sonford, Flo.; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S SMOKLER, LEONARD; Roxbury, Mass. A S . SMOTHERS, BETTY JEAN; Fort Worth, Tex.; Theta Upsilon Education; Pep Squad; Corolla SNOW, BOBBY NEVILL; Bessemer Engineering. SNOW, GRADY LEE; Seorles; Engineering SNOWDEN, FRANCES LOUISE; Monroeville; Alpha Delta Pi; Chemistry; Pi Mu Epsilon; Gommo Sigma Epsilon; YWCA; Pasteur Society; Alchemists SOCLOF, RHODA; Spring Hill; Sigma Delta Tau; A S; Debate Squad; Triangle; Women ' s Spirit Committee SOKOL, RALPH; Bessemer; Koppa Nu; Commerce; C-W; Corolla; Pep Squad SOLOMON, CECILE; Headland; Delta Delta Delta; Home Economics; Swan Club SPARKS, JEAN; Hunts- ville; Home Economics SPEAR, BETTY JEAN; Laurel, Miss.; Zeta Tau Alpha; A S SPEAR, BEVERLY ANN; Laurel, Miss.; Zeta Tou Alpha; A S; Triangle SPEAR, SARAH JEAN; Ashley, 111.; Zeta Tau Alpha; Education; YWCA. SPEARMAN, M. LESLIE; West Palm Beach; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Pep Squad SPEED, BOBBYE JEAN; Luverne; Home Eco- nomics; Caroline Hunt Club; YWCA SPENCER, BARBARA ANNE; Tallahassee, Flo.; Delta Gamma; Home Economics; Pep Squad; Women ' s Spirit Committee SPENCER, JACK J.; Apollo, Pa.; Delta Tau Delta; Engineering . SPENCER, LILLIAN FLORENCE; Eutaw; Zeta Tau Alpha; Home Economics SPIER, DOROTHY; West Point, Ga.; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Education; Hillel SPILLER, BETTY ANN; Tusca- loosa; Theta Upsilon; Education SPILLMAN, EMIL U.; Mobile; Alpha Sigma Phi; Engineering SPIRER, HAROLD WILLIAM; Elmsfort, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; A S. SPURGEON, CONNIE DOTY; Birmingham; Phi Mu; A S; C-W; Pep Squad STALEY, MARY JO; Sheffield; A S; Newman Club; C-W; French Club STALLWORTH, NICHOLAS ROBERT; Ever- green; Delta Koppa Epsilon; A S STARR, WILLIAM JOSEPH, JR.; Plymouth, N. C; Theta Xi; A S; Pep Squad STEELE, EDWARD TRACY; Little Rock, Ark.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S; Rammer Jammer STEELE, EMORY DAVIS, JR.; Moore, S. C; Phi Kappa Sigma; A S; WABP STELZENMULLER, ROBERT ALAN; Birmingham; Delta Chi; A S STEPHEN, THOMAS HOUSER; Birmingham; Alpha Tau Omego; Engineering; Rifle Team STEPHENSON, JOY ANNE; Dyersburg, Tenn.; Chemistry. STERN, LORA; Opelika; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Education; Hillel . . . STERN, THEODORE; New York, N. Y.; Alpha Epsilon Pi; A S; C-W STERNBACH, CHAIM; University; Kappa Nu; Engineering; Sigma Phi Sigma; St. Pot ' s STEVENS, CHARLES F.; West Palm Beach, Fla.; Delta Sigma Phi; A S STEVENS, RAWLEEN RAE; Mobile; Alpha Xi Delta; Education; Pep Squad STEVENS, WILLIAM P., JR.; Augusta, Go.; Sigma Chi; A S; WABP STEWART, ELIZABETH; Miami, Flo.; Phi Mu; A S; Secretary, Freshmon YWCA; Corolla STICH, SAUL ALLAN; Rego Park, N. Y.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Commerce STITT, WILLIAM v.; Cullman; Commerce. STONE, BARBARA ANNE; Worth, W. Va.; A S . STONE, BETTY LEE; New Orleans, La.; Sigma Delta Tou; Home Economics STONE, FRANK S.; Mobile; Phi Delta Theta; Commerce STONE, JAMES CLIFTON; Birmingham; Phi Koppa Sigma; Commerce; Bond STONE, MARY FRANCES; Tampa, Fla.; Delta Zeta; Education; Triangle; Symphony Orchestra STONE, PATSY; Birmingham; Zeta Tou Alpha; A S; Pep Squad; Corolla STONE, WILLIAM ARTHUR; Decatur; Koppo Alpha; A S STOTHART, JAMES LONNIG; Greensboro; Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon; A S STREETS, KENDRICK L.; Clayton, N. Y.; Delta Tou Delta; A S; Canterbury Club. I ' S ' rickland, D. Strickland, J. Stringer Strother Struthers Stuart Studstill Slutts Suits Sullivan Summers Sumner Swersky Swinson Talese Tolton Tortt Tote, R. Tale, W. Tatum, D. J. Tatum, D. H. Taylor, F. Taylor, J. Taylor, S. G. Taylor, S. A. Toylor, T. Teogue Terry Teter Thead Thiemonge Thomas, B. Thomas, J. Thomas, M. A. Thomas, M L. Thomas, W. E Thomas, W C. Thompson, E. Thompson H. Thompson J. Thompson, M Thompson, R. K. Thompson, R. P. Thompson, R. L. Thompson, W Thorington Thornton, E. Thornton, L. Thrailkill Thrash Tidmore Tipton Tombrello Tompkins Topes Toronto Torreyson Towne Troeger Travis Traylor Trott Truitt Tuberville Tuck Tucker, A Tucker, J. Tul! Tunstall Tunstill Turner, B. Turner, J. Turner, M. Turner, N. Turner, R. G. Turner, R. M. Turner, S. Tyler, M. K. Tyler, M. E. Tyndol Tyson ALABAMA DEFEATED MISSISSIPPI STATE 35-6 IN 1949 HOMECOMING GAME the un6eRQRA6uAtes STRICKLAND, D. SUE; Falkville; Educorion; BSU STRICKLAND, JAMES HARRIS; Fairfield; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; C-W STRINGER, WILLIAM HOWARD; Chapman; Pi Kappa Phi; Engineering STROTHER, LAURA K.; Shawmut; Commerce; Pep Squad; Commerce Association; Wes- ley; Corolla; C-W; United World Federolists STRUTHERS, LAURA ANN; Tuscaloosa; Alpha Phi; Education; Wesley; YWCA; C-W STUART, JULE O ' NEAL; Montgomery; Chi Omega; Commerce; Corolla; Commerce Association STUDSTILL, GENE; Madison, Flo.; Delta Tau Delta; Education; Wesley; Blockfriors STUTTS, EDWARD CARROLL; Slocomb; Pi Kappa Phi; Commerce SUITS, WILLARD JOHN, JR.; Guam, M. I.; Lambda Chi Alpha; A S. SULLIVAN, WILLIAM E.; Grand Rapids, Mich,; Engineering; St. Pot ' s; AIIE; Newman Club SUMMERS, MARY JANE; Shades Mountain; Alpha Phi; A S; C-W; YWCA SUMNER, JANICE RAE; Mobile; Phi Mu; Education; Caroline Hunt Club SWERSKY, FRANCES JANE; Norfolk, Vo.; A S SWINSON, EDWINA RUTH; Columbus, Go.; Pi Beta Phi; Home Economics TALESE, GAY JOSEPH; Ocean City, N. J.; A S; C-W TALTON, JULIUS ELLIS; Selma; Kappa Alpha; A S; Pep Squad TARTT, GLADYS S.; Livingston; Delta Delta Delta; Educa- tion; Corolla; Pep Squad TATE, ROBERT GREYE; Birmingham; Kappa Sigma; A S. TATE, WILLIAM A.; Tuscaloosa; Commerce; Band; Commerce Associa- tion TATUM, DOROTHY JEAN; Gadsden; Alpha Delta Pi; Educa- tion TATUM, DUKE HAMLING, JR.; Elba; Sigma Nu; A S TAYLOR, FRED H., JR.; Birmingham; Phi Delta Theta; A S; YMCA TAYLOR, JULIA EWING; Atlanta, Go.; Pi Beta Phi; A S; Canterbury Club; YWCA TAYLOR, SAMUEL GUY; Clarksdole, Miss.; A S TAYLOR, SARA ANNE; Cypress; Commerce TAYLOR, THOMAS ALEXANDER, JR.; Biloxi, Miss.; Alpha Tau Omega; A S; Quadrangle; Druids; C-W; First Sergeant, Pershing Rifles; Press Club; Canterbury Club . . . TEAGUE, WILLIAM MARTIN, IV; Montgomery; Phi Kappa Sigma; Commerce. TERRY, MARTHA JEAN; Norfhport; A S TETER, ANNE PENDLETON; Bay Minette; Delta Gamma; Commerce; C-W; Blackfriars; Canterbury Club THEAD, WILLIAM HAROLD, JR.; Birmingham; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S THIEMONGE, MAE BETH; Birmingham; Zeto Tau Alpha; A S THOMAS, BELTON E., JR.; Opeliko; Commerce; AIA; BSU; Philos; THOMAS, JOHN THOMAS, MALCOLM THOMAS, MARION Cotillion Club; University Religious Council ANTHONY, JR.; Honolulu, T. H.; Commerce ALEXANDER; Eufaulo; Sigma Nu; A S; C-W LODGE; Jacksonville, Fla.; A S THOMAS, WILLIAM EDWARD; B mingham; Kappa Alpha; Engineering; St. Pat ' s. THOMAS, WILLIE CHARLES; Orlando, Flo.; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; Ala- bama Cavaliers THOMPSON, EDWARD H.; Gadsden; Alpha Tau Omego; A S; YMCA THOMPSON, HAROLD GRAHAM; Vicksburg, Alomite II ' • iKpr-A Miss.; Commerce THOMPSON, JUDGE GORDON; Bessemer; Delta Chi; Commerce . THOMPSON, MARTHA ANN; Red Bay; Home Economics THOMPSON, R. KATHERINE; Albertville; Alpha Delta Pi; A S THOMPSON, RICHARD POTTER; Greenwich, Conn.; A S; Pep Squad THOMPSON, ROBERT LEE; Hueytown; Engineering THOMPSON, WALTER M.; Gadsden; Alpha Tou Omega; Commerce. THORINGTON, ROBERT DINNING; Montgomery; Phi Gamma Delta; A S; Canterbury Club , THORNTON, EDWIN L.; Alabama City; Phi Kappa Sigma; Commerce THORNTON, LEON EARLE; Tusca- loosa; Commerce THRAILKILL, BOBBIE JANE; Birmingham; Home Economics . , - THRASH, MINA JEAN; Selmo; Theta Upsilon; Home Economics; Caroline Hunt Club; Newman Club TIDMORE, VERNON; Bayou la Batre; Delta Chi; Commerce TIPTON, RAYMOND GILBERT; Scottsboro; Commerce TOMBRELLO, JO ANN; Birmingham; Delta Zeta; Home Economics TOMPKINS, FRANCES PATRICIA; Denver, Colo.; Delta Gamma; Home Economics. TOPAS, ROBERT; Forest Hills. N. Y.; Alpha Epsilon Pi; Commerce; Corolla; C-W TORANTO, LEON; Montgomery; Kappa Nu; Com- merce TORREYSON, FULTON FRANKLIN, JR.; Washington, D. C; Commerce TOWNE, RICHARD PUTNAM; Sarasota, Flo.; Kappa Sigma; Engineering TRAEGER, WILLIAM HENRY; Demopolis; Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Commerce Association TRAVIS, HARRELL KERLIN; Birmingham; Pi Koppa Phi; Commerce TRAYLOR, JEWELENE; Malone; Home Economics; Triangle; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Caroline Hunt Club TROTT, ALAN DAVID; Rockville Center, N. Y.; Theta Xi; Engineering; Pershing Rifles; AIIE; Phi Eto Sigma; St. Pat ' s; Alpha Pi Mu TRUITT, WILLIAM E.; DeArmanville; Commerce. TUBERVILLE, RUSSELL JAMES; Mobile; Phi Kappa Sigma; Education; Alpha Phi Omega; Wesley; Pep Squad TUCK, WILLIAM ARTHUR, JR.; Birmingham; K appa Sigma; Commerce TUCKER, ANN; Birming- ham; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S TUCKER, JAMES HENRY; Comp Hill; A S; German Club TULL, ISAAC W., JR.; Okolona, Miss.; Chi Phi; Commerce TUNSTALL, JOCELYN McLEOD; Bay Minette; A S; C-W; Triangle TUNSTILL, LUCILE; Athens; Education; Pep Squad TURNER, BOYD LEE; Scottsboro; Commerce; YMCA; Pep Squod TURNER, JANE CATHERINE; Birmingham; Zeta Tou Alpha; Commerce. TURNER, MARY DEAN; Vernon; Chemistry; Pasteur Society; American Chemical Society TURNER, NANCY JACKSON; Mobile; Education TURNER, ROBERT GARDEN; Huntsville; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce TURNER, ROSE MARIE; Montgomery; Chi Omega; A S; Corolla; Pep Squad TURNER, STERLING; Birmingham; A S TYLER, MARTHA KAREEN; Tuscaloosa; Delta Delta Delta; A S; Corolla TYLER, MARY ELIZABETH; Birminghom; Alpha Chi Omega; Education . . . TYNDAL, EDWARD C; Hamilton; Pi Kappa Alpha; A S; Pershing Rifles TYSON, CHARLES MONROE; Tallossee; A S A ' j :,s£ Underwood Van Hook Veal Wadsworth Walker, H. Ward, W. W. Weaver, C. Webster, J. P. Wells Unger Vann, J. Veazey Wagner Walker, J. Warfel Weaver, R. Weed West, P. H. Upchurch Vonn, R. Vickers Wolden Walker, J. , Wotman Weaver, Z. Weekley West, S. Upton Voldes Vallely Vance Vandervoort Vandiver Van Pelt Varner Vaughan Vaughn, C. Vaughn, O. Vaughn, T. Victor Vinzant Vizzino Vodontis Vogel Waddell Woldrop Woite Walker, A. Walker, B. J. Walker, B. Walker, D. Wall, B. Wall, H. Waller Walpole Ward, M. R. Ward, M. F. Watson, J. Watson, W. Watts Wayne Weatherly, J. C. Weatherly, J. O Webb, B. C. Webb, B. W. Webb, E. Webb, J. Webb, W. Webster, J. W. Wehrenberg Weinstein, D. Weinstein, J. Weintraub Weiss Welch Whetstone Whiddon Whigham White, Amos White, Ann E. White, Ann L. STUDENT VOTE SELECTED 20 COROLLA BEAUTIES AT COROLLA BEAUTY BALL the un6eRQRA6uates UNDERWOOD, MAVORETTE IRENE; Summerdale; A S UNGER, JUNE; Mobile; Kappa Kappa Gamma; A S; YWCA; Westminster UPCHURCH, DOROTHY ELOISE; Montgomery; Chi Omega; Education, YWCA UPTON, PASCHAL GUY; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; Edu- cation; Wesley Choir; Wesley VALDES, ROBERT GEORGE; Roselle Park, N. J.; Theto Chi; Commerce VALLELY, JAMES WILLIAM; Bir- mingham; Kappa Sigmo; Commerce; Rho Alpha Tau; Commerce Asso- ciation; Parade Committee, SGA VANCE, JOHN JOSEPH; Cedar- town, Ga.; Phi Kappa Sigma; Commerce VANDERVOORT, HAROLD M.; Scottsboro; Kappa Alpha; A S; Rho Alpha Tau; Druids, Inter- Iraternity Council; Pep Squad VANDIVER, JEANNETTE; Huntsville; A S; Pep Squad. VAN HOOK, JOHN PHILLIPS; Mobile; Alpha Tau Omega; Football Team VANN, JO ANN; Troy; Chi Omega; Education; Wesley VANN, RUBY ANN; Anniston; Phi Mu; Home Economics VAN PELT, WILSON C; Gadsden; Phi Kappa Sigma; Chemistry VARNER, THOMAS GEORGE; Tuskegee; Alpha Tau Omega; Engineering; YMCA VAUGHAN, SARA NELL; Alexander City; A S; YWCA VAUGHN, CHARLES HUGH, JR.; Birmingham; Theta Xi; A S; Pep Squad; Rammer Jammer; C-W VAUGHN, OSCAR MORRIS; Decatur; Engi- neering; St. Pat ' s; ASME VAUGHN, THELMA ANN; Birmingham; Pi Beta Phi; A S; C-W. VEAL, VERA JEAN; Washington, D. C; Zeta Tau Alpha; A S; WABP; Pep Squod VEAZEY, CHARLES FRED; Brewton; A S VICKERS, ELIZABETH I.; Spring Hill; Kappa Delta; A S; Corolla; Newman Club VICTOR, IVAN LIONEL; New Orleans, La.; Zeta Beta Tau; Com- merce; Corolla VINZANT, WILLIAM DRAYTON; Selmo; Kappa Alpha; A S; YMCA; Pep Squad VIZZINA, THERESA ANN; Birming- ham; Home Economics; Newman Club VODANTIS, JOHN STEPHEN; Fairfield; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Engineering; Pep Squad; St. Pat ' s VOGEL, JOANNE; Memphis, Tenn.; Alpha Delta Pi; Commerce; Commerce Association; Pep Squad WADDELL, KATHRYN ANN; Atlanta, Go.; Alpha Chi Omega; Home Economics; Pep Squad; Women ' s Spirit Com- mittee; Triangle. WADSWORTH, DAVIS COOPER; Gadsden; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; A S WAGNER, REVA MARIE; Memphis, Tenn.; Sigma Delta Tau; Home Economics WALDEN, EMMETT SANDERS; Dothan; Chi Phi; Educa- tion; Band WALDROP, HOMER VANN; Tuscaloosa; Phi Gamma Delta; A S WAITE, HENRY GRAHAM, JR.; Grove Hill; Sigma Chi; A S WALKER, ANNIE LAURIE; Evergreen; Education WALKER, BEVERLY JOLYNE; Laurel, Miss.; Zeta Tau Alpha; Home Economics WALKER, BILL; Birmingham; Delta Tou Delta; Commerce; Wesley; Com- merce Association WALKER, DAVID S.; Birmingham; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Commerce. WALKER, HERBERT CAREY; Huntsville; Sigma Nu; Commerce , . WALKER, JACK HENDRIX; Haleyville; Pi Kappa Phi; Commerce; Spirit Planning Committee; Commerce Association WALKER, JO ANNE; Bir- mingham; A S WALL, BARBARA AILEEN; West Palm Beach, Flo.; Toward a higher education Alpha Delta Pi; Home Economics WALL, HAROLD DEAN; Birming- ham; Pi Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Soles Manager, 1950 Corolla; Druids; Phi Eta Sigma; Pershing Rifles; Pep Squad; Commerce Association; Delta Sigma Pi; Winner, Druids Trophy 1948-49 WALLER, FRANCIS JEANETTE; Mobile; A S WALPOLE, CAMILLE; Birmingham; Alpha Gamma Delta; A S; YWCA WARD, MAMIE R.; Montgomery; Kappa Delta; Education; YWCA WARD, MARY-FLAGG; Raleigh, N. C; Alpha Delta Pi; A S. WARD, V ADE WALTER; Cuba; A S WARFEL, SHIRLEY; Birming- ham; Zeta Tau Alpha; A S; Pep Squad; Wesley WATMAN, GERALD STANLEY; New York, N. Y.; Commerce WATSON, JAMES A.; Milton, Flo.; A S WATSON, WILLIAM HINOTE; Greenville; Phi Kappa Sigmo; Commerce; Commerce Association WATTS, RUFUS H.; Selmo; Phi Sigma Kappa; A S; Football Team WAYNE, BARBARA GERALDINE; Birmingham; Alpha Epsilon Phi; A S, Philos; Zeta Phi Eta WEATHERLY, JAMES C; Anniston; Phi Delta Theta; Commerce; Corolla; YMCA; Homecoming Committee, SGA WEATHERLY, JESSE O.; Birmingham; Kappa Alpha; Commerce; Pep Squad. WEAVER, CAROLYN ANN; Sulligent; Education; Wesley WEAVER, ROBERT G.; New Orleans, La.; Delta Tau Delta; Commerce; Pep Squad; Commerce Association; C-W WEAVER, ZAC LEGRAND; Birmingham; Chi Phi; A S WEBB, BILLIE C; Haleyville; Education; BSU WEBB, BOB W.; Palatka, Fla.; A S WEBB, EDWARD J.; Birmingham; Commerce WEBB, JAMES WILSON; Birmingham; Sigma Phi Epsi- lon; A S; Band; Cadet Officers Club; Pi Mu Epsilon . . . WEBB, WILLIAM L.; Birmingham; Phi Kappa Sigma; A S WEBSTER, JOE WAYNE; Albertville; A S. WEBSTER, JUDD P.; Winter Pork, Fla.; Sigma Chi; Commerce; Pep Squad; Track Team; Cross-Country Team WEED, BETTY JANE; Ariton; Education; AIA; Pep Squad WEEKLEY, LILLIAN LORAINE; Beaufort, S. C; Zeta Tou Alpha; A S; Pep Squad WEHRENBERG, FRANCES LOUISE; New Orleans, La.; Phi Mu; Commerce WEINSTEIN, DORIS; Birmingham; Home Economics; Hillel; Caroline Hunt Club WEINSTEIN, JAY ALAN; Florence; Zeta Beta Tau; Commerce WEINTRAUB, IRVING; Birmingham; Kappa Nu; Commerce WEISS, HENRY; Clarks- dole. Miss.; Zeta Beta Tau; Education WELCH, PHILIP; Montgomery; Delta Tau Delta; Commerce; Band; Corolla; Commerce Association. 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WRIGHT, JUDITH ELAINE; Mobile; KKG; Corolla; Canterbury Club; Junior Panhellenic; Pep Squad . . .WRIGHT, MARILYN T.; Troy; Kappa Delta; Home Economics WRIGHT, MARION GREENE; Dothan; Alpha Gamma Delto; Education; Rammer Jammer; Pep Squad . . . WYATT, JEANETTE; Montgomery; Home Economics; Wesley . . . WYATT, MARY JOAN; Citronelle; Alpha Chi Omega; Education YANKE, RICHARD LEE; Fort Myers, Fla.; Education; Freshman Foot- ball; Freshman Baseball YARDLEY, THOMAS K.; Birmingham; Koppa Alpha; A S. YATES, PATRICIA ANN; Quincy, Flo.; Kappa Delta; Education YEILDING, AUGUSTA GAGE; Birmingham; Koppa Delta; Home Eco- nomics; YWCA; Women ' s Spirit Committee YEILDING, FRANK ALLEN, JR.; Birmingham; Delta Koppa Epsilon; A S YOUNG, LEWIS STRIBLING; Alexander City; A S YOUNG, LOUISE; Montgomery; Koppa Koppa Gamma; Home Economics YOUNG, MARJORIE JEAN; Centreville; Chi Omega; A S YOUNG, NANCY ELLEN; Sheffield; Chi Omega; Home Economics; Wesley; Caroline Hunt Club YOUNGBLOOD, JAMES MARVIN, JR.; Tolladego; Lambda Chi Alpha; Commerce; Assistant Business Monoger, 1950 Corolla; Druids; Commerce Association; Delta Sigma Pi YUCEL, YALCINKAYA; Tuscoiooso; Engineering ZIFF, JAY MORTON; Jasper; Zeto Beta Tou; A S. Salute to Bama ' s first Rose Bowlers ' i ' ii ik j ' i ' S ' l4 , i « i H } ' ' ' ' ' " ' - 1 i militApy . t A u ■] a ■ STAFF OFFICERS COLONEL M. G. STUBBS, P.M.S. T. Infantry LT. COLONEL R. F. CURRAN . . Infantry LT. COLONEL R. A. DUTTON Signal Corps LT. COLONEL A. R. GLAFKA Quartermaster MAJOR J. C. COOK Quartermaster MAJOR E. N. EDRIS Infantry MAJOR B. M. NORVELL, JR. Corps of Engineers MAJOR B. B. SMITH Coast Artillery Corps MAJOR A. L. TERRY Corps of Engineers CAPTAIN L. E. BROWN Field Artillery CAPTAIN J. B. KING Coast Artillery Corps CAPTAIN H. C. PARK Infantry C.W.O. G. W. WILLIAMS U.S. Army ■s. Colonel Maurice G. Stubbs STAFF OFFICERS COMMISSIONED STAFF OFFICERS ROW 1: Glofka, Stubbs, Curran, Dutton ROW 2: Cook, Terry, Norvell, Edris, Smith . . . Row 3: King, Park, Brown, Williams. NON-COMMISSIONED STAFF OFFICERS ROW 1: SFiannon, Hicks, Keaten, Robinson, Gunter . . , ROW 2: Cartwrigfit, Wilson, Johnson, Justice . . , ROW 3: Lundberg, Barnes, Williamson ROW 4: Powers, Younger. m ■ " 1 HS AIR FORCE WING COMMISSIONED STAFF FOR AIR FORCE HAZARD H. STAY Lt. Colonel CLYDE H. BYNUM Major KENNETH W. DAVEY Major ALEC BOYCHUCK Captain GRANVILLE I. GORE Captain HENRY V. MYERS Captain COMMISSIONED STAFF OFFICERS FIRST ROW: Gore, Stay, Bynum SECOND ROW: Davey, Boychuck, Myers. Lieutenant Colonel Hazard H. Stay NON-COMMISSIONED STAFF OFFICERS Sladzinski, Roan, Crabtree, Mills REGIMENTAL STAFF GRADY B. PROCTOR Cadet Colonel JEAN GORDON Honorary Cadet Colonel MELVIN G. GROSS Cadet Lieutenant Colonel ROY H. GRAYSON Cadet Major CECIL H. FRENCH Cadet Captain JAMES E. FLURRY Cadet Captain ALFRED G. SMITH Cadet Captain FIRST BATTALION STAFF WILLIAM H. CARTER BARBARA LONGCRiER HAROLD L. BAKER , EDWARD P. McCOLLUM PERRY O. HOOPER THOMAS W. BALL ROBERT M. FULTON, JR Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Hon. Cadet Lt. Colonel Cadet Major Cadet Major Cadet Captain Cadet Captain Cadet Captoin AIR FORCE WING WILEY R. DEAL Cadet Colonel NANCY ORGAINE Honorary Codef Colonel JAMES MONK Cadet Lieutenant Colonel HARVEY CAMPBELL Cadet Moior ROBERT C. DOWLING Cadet Maior A. E. OLIVER Cadet Captain JOHN H. LAIR Cadet Captain SECOND BATTALION STAFF JAMES H. BRinON KATHARINE GLOVER ELWOOD GARREH CHARLES A. FELL, JR. GEORGE P. GIONOUDIS ONELL LEON-PASAREL RICHARD C. LACEY Cadet Lieutenont Colonel Hon. Cadet Lt. Colonel Cadet Major Cadet Captain Cadet Captain Cadet Captain Cadet Coptoin AIR FORCE FIRST GROUP WILLIAM D. HUDSON BENNIE WELLS SHAW ROY McAllister ORVILLE A. REED JAMES W. KILPATRICK GEORGE F. NEILSON Hon. Cadet Lt. Colonel Cadet Lt. Colonel Cadet Mojor Cadet Captain Cadet Captain Cadet Captain AIR FORCE SECOND GROUP JAMES A. MARDIS Cadet Lieutenant Colonel SHIRLEY RESTER Honorary Cadet Lt. Colonel FATE W. JONES Cadet Major HERBERT G. CARNATHAN Cadet Coptain WILLIAM Q. HAMRICK Codet Captain WILLIAM O. DONALDSON Cadet Captain PERSHING RIFLES STAFF SID G. HOLDER EMORY W. MORRIS SAM R. SHANNON, JR. JACK C. BROWN RICHARD C. CARTER ALAN TROTT DOUGLAS E. JONES Captain First Lieutenant First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Sergeant First Row: Holder, Morris, Shannon Second Row; Jones. Brown, Carter, Trott. PERSHING RIFLE COMPANY Row 1: Pines, Head, MacGowan, Rosenthal, Joseph, Chitwood, Beatty, Sedlen, Screws, Hudson Row 2: Whaley, Ghizori, McDonald, Lin, Vodantis, Clifford, Friedlonder, King, Ivey Row 3: Brice, Wymon, McAbee, Tyndol, Reeves, Carrozza, Nussbcum, Packard, Whetstone, Beck Row 4: Ward, Copell, Chesnutt, George, McDugg, Levine, Stirmer, Benton, Torrellas, Shealy. Row 1: Andrews, Becea, Maddox, English, Burton, Harris, Dolce, Hiatt, Harris Row 2: Thurman, Sockwell, Adair, Dixon, Bolen, Blackwell, Hinkle Row 3: Steele, Johnson, DeBardeleben, Redditt, Penfield, Goldstein, Clark, Taylor. ARMY Charles Beck Charles Beatty John Benton Jim Brice Jack C. Brown Millard Cappell Vincent Carrozza Arthur Chesnut Harold Chitwood Arthur Clifford Henry Fell Harris Friedlonder Richard Gaynor Crawford George Peter Ghizari Oliver Head Sidney G. Holder Thomas R. Hudson Eugene Ivey Douglas E. Jones Maurice Joseph Jack King Stanley Levine Richard Litt Bradford MacGowan Emory Morris Frank W. McAbee William McDonald Odis McDuff Irwin Nussbaum Leslie Packard Alan Pines Jack Reeves Vernon Rosenthal Alfred Saliba Eual Screws Eli Sedlin Sam R. Shannon Steadman Shealy Joseph Stirmer Rafael Torrellas Alan Trott Edward Tyndol John Vodantis Wade Ward Edward Whaley Jack Whetstone Charles Wyman AIR FORCE Robert Adoir David Andrews Van Becea Gordon Blackwell William Bolen Otis Burton Richard C. Carter B. L Clark P. Caldwell DeBardeleben Walter L. Dixon Joseph Dolce Paul English Jock Giles Marshall Goldstein Hubert Harris Wiley F. Harris, Jr. Sondo Helms Wood Hiatt Wallace Hinkle Lyman Holland Joe Johnson Hugh Moddox Willis Penfield Frank L. Redditt Glen Sockwell Edward Steele Tommy Taylor James Thurman -. k :A ' ' :; ji CADET OFFICERS ' CLUB ARMY CAC William W. Allen Robert M. Alton, Jr. Julian J. Anderson Hal C. Bennett, Jr. Robert L. Bowers Robert B. Burns John W. J. Cain Kelly S. Cawthon Matt S. Chisling John F. Dillon, IV James I. Dye Gerald Eliot Herbert O. Eubanks James R. Ferrell Lewis P. Gray, Jr. Melvin G. Gross Earl P. Herndon, Jr. John L. Jackson Charles J. Jenkins, III James E. Jewell Kenneth D. Kasoi Jackson E. King Harry M. Mackay John C. Martin, 1 1 Daniel J. Meador, III Andrew J. Mills, Jr. Horry P. Mitchell Ewing J. Moore Joke B. Moose John R. Morton, I II Joe B. Myers Gaston O. McGinnis Gilbert B. Peorsoll, Jr. John F. Porter, Jr. Walter W. Reed Robert M. Searcy Elias D. Sedlin Thomas E. Snoddy Winters G. Stone Charles F. Veazey Nathan G. Wotkins Charles L. Wilson, Jr. Clarence D. Wright Paul H. Zeanah CE Harold L. Baker Edward N. Benword Charles E. Binion, Jr. Phillip H. Bradley Jack C. Brown Wiley L. Bullard Paul L. Carr William H. Carter Charles L. Collins Joseph C. Cosby Willie G. Creswell John C. Deloney, Jr. Arthur L. Dunnam, Jr. Paul W. Frederick Elwood Garrett Charles E. Graham William R. Hamby, Jr. James E. Harkins Calvin D. Harper Billy H. Hayes James T. Hines, Jr. George D. Hopson Albert H. Jacobs. Jr. Onell Leon-Pasarel James E. Levie Irving May Raymond E. Meador Henry M. McCracken Noah L. McCrory Robert D. McDonald Dwight E. McGill Normad F. McLeod Wilburn G. Mitchum Benny Nunnelley William V. Pritchett. Jr. Donald E. Pruett Frank Rodriguez Jack J. Spencer Donald J. Tucker John A. Wedlich James R. Williams William A. White G. W. Wodkinson. Jr. Jomes D. Wise Barney O. Younger INF Dale E. Anderson Charles E. Bonks William B. Borr Aubrey Blockwell Walter A. Bonney, Jr. Jock W. Bowen Robert S. Bowling, Jr. James H. Britton Thomas N. Britton, Jr. William I. Brittoin Olton R. Brown, Jr. Billy R. Brown James W. Burkett Charles L. Camp William L. Carl William L. Chapman Von D. Chunn, Jr. Edward O. Conerly T. D. Copeland, Jr. Ralph G. Cornelius Marvin Dawson, Jr. Joel C. Doss Donal S. Dunbar Donald P. Evans Emory M. Folmar John H. Francis, Jr. Edward M. Franco George P. Gionoudis Milton D. Gloss Everett J. Goldman Lionel B. Gordon Malcolm G. Graham Horace R. Grant, Jr. Roy A. Grayson Doston L. Gurganus Bernard Honan Hugh B. Harmon Jere C. Hathaway Conrad J. Hauser, Jr. Ruby H. Hentschel Sidney G. Holder, Jr. C. F. Hollingsworth, Jr William P. Horton Leiand L. Hudson Ernest L. Jackson Melvin Klotzmon W. H. Knox Floyd H. Kornegary Alvin J. Kruse, Jr. Clyde H. Ladner John D. Little, Jr. Griffin P. Martin William L. Mason James S. Mitchell, Jr. Gene R. Montgomery David S. Moore Matt E. Moore Richard E. Moss Max V. McLaughlin John G. Newton Francis C. Null, Jr. Arthur S. Osgoode Donald C. Overstreet Maurice W. Patterson Pierre Pelham Howard P. Petty Frank H. Pharaoh, Jr. Bollard C. Phillips William A. Phillips Joseph H. Poole Alvin T. Prestwood Elwyn W. Rasco William W. Royburn Charles R. Samuel Donald R. Salem Jock C. Schmarkey James G. Scott Edward N. Shea John M. Sims Chester E. Singleton Albert C. Skoggs Thomas L. Smith Walker B. Stewort Sidney C. Stuckey, Jr. Malcolm A. Thomas Thomas M. Tyson Walter B. Tyson Vorin E. Whan, Jr. James B. Whedbee Samuel B. Whigham, Jr. Harvey E. Wilkes Robert V. Woolridge, Jr. QMC William L. Abbott Jock A. Allegri William K. Allen Benjamin Jay Arno James W. Bailey Thomas W. Ball Walter R. Borksdale Kenneth A. Barnes Jack B. Bellomo, Jr. Noah C. Bolton John D. Bonham Walter Brenner James A. Brice, II Harold E. Brouphy, Jr. Abner V. Brown Max A. Brown Richard W. Buchanan, Jr. Paul Buchman Richard S. Bullock, Jr. John R. Christian Alan D. Cochran, II Walter D. Coker Robert M. Collins T. C. Courington, Jr. Robert O. Cox James L. Davis Clarence W. Day John W. Dean Phillip A. DeVore, Jr. Leon G. Duke, Jr. Chorles A. Fell, Jr. Billy L. Floyd James E. Flurry Rubin A. Franco Donald W. Freeman Gus Freibaum, Jr. Cecil R. French JJames M. Gomble Gerald A. Garafola, Jr. Horry R. George James B. Glover Robert F. Grimes, Jr. Maury Gurwitch Thomas H, Hancock David S. Hardy Sidney M. Horrell Jock S. Harris Evans T. Hartzos Michael E. Horworth, Jr. Jack R. Hay Andrew W. Hayes James D. Herndon Elwood L. Hogan Everett H. Holle Parry O. Hooper Cecil P. Howse Samuel E. Hudgins David B. Jaffe John H. Johns Fred B. Johnson William G. Johnson Will ' om B. Joiner Sam L. Jollit Donald R. Jones John B. Jordan, Jr. Paul M. Jordan Robert A. Kabeary Elvin Kanter Robert E. Kelly Mitchell G. Lottof Robert F. Lewis John C. Lichty Speer J. Livingston William M. Loy Roy Lynn Julius P. Meeks, Jr. Robert W. Mercer Earl S. Miles, Jr. Cha rles R. Mitchell Theo K. Mitchelson Edgar P. McCollum Sterling P. McDonald, III Olen McManus R. Dole McWhorter Joe F. Nelson Albert Nippert, Jr. Hubert L. Norris Billy O ' Neal Robert M. Porker James C. Peeples, Jr. Jerome H. Preis Wyatt G. Price William B. Pritchett Grady B. Proctor, Jr. Alfred E. Propst, Jr. Oscar J. Sanders, Jr. Thomas H. Selman, Jr. Allison C. Semmes Sam R. Shannon, Jr. Seymour E. Sheckter Frederick M. Sittoson, Jr. Alfred G. Smith, III Amos L. Smith Joseph J. Smith Sidney W. Smyer, Jr. Charles F. Stevens Charles S. Stirling, Jr. Roy R. Summerville, Jr. Emmette S. Tarrant Henry H. Thompson William A. Thompson, Jr Edward H. Todd, Jr. Alan D. Trott William D. Vinzont Leon M. Waite, III Melvin L. Weber James M. Wright, Jr. Alan E. Weil Benton M. Wheeler, Jr. Frank E. Wilbourne Thomas K. Yardley Joe M. Young Seymour W. Zelkind SIG C Harold D. Adorns Robert J. Ager James E. Applequist Som H. Boll, Jr. Richard K. Barnett Walter C. Beard, Jr. Robert L. Brood, Jr. Donald Chirafisi Charles R. Cobb Pot H. Davis Horry Feinstein Herbert A. Fincher Joe S. Foster Robert C. Frost Louis Giovanos, Jr. Henry H. Harris Arlice T. Henry Butler P. Hine, Jr. Eugene P. Hjorth Robert S. Ketchum, Jr. Samuel G. Lawrence, III Mack O. Matthews, III Walter B. Mitchell Emory W. Morris Joe E. Moxley Phillip J. Nordoci Phillip L. Newton, Jr. Cleveland J. Patrick, Jr. Rizek S. Razick Robert F. Rey Robert O. Rushing Earl V. Rutledge, Jr. Edward P. Schroeder John W. Simmons Grover C. Smith Thomas H. Stephen Thomas W. Sulivonn CADET OFFICERS ' CLUB AIR FORCE Roy D. Alberts David B. Andrews James E. Andrews William O. Armstrong Samuel Athens Alwyn R. Averyt Jimmy K. Boggett Harold J. Borriol Joseph N. Beardon, Jr. Roy Q. Bell Irving I. Bern Cecil E. Bethea William P. Baggs John D. Bonduris, Jr. Joe T. Booth, III George B. Box Lester C. Brock John H. Bryant William E. Buckler David J. Burke Sylvan M. Byck, Jr. Billy T. Bynum Hubert N. Camp Ernest S. Campbell Leonard R. Campbell, Jr. Roy M. Canfield, Jr. Thomas C. Cantey Leon M. Copouano Herbert G. Carnathan Richard C. Carter, Jr. Charles P. Caruso Charles L. Charbonneou Burl L Clark Henry S. Cobb Edward L. Coleback, Jr. Billy M. Collins Charles H. Colvin, Jr. William B. Compton Gene M. Connell Harry J. Coons John R. Cooper, Jr. James H. Crawford, Jr. Carl B. Grumpier, Jr. Ronald E. Dohlberg Carroll C. Dailey Donald E. Davies Wiley R. Deal Albert K. Donaldson John W. Dowling Robert C. Dowling Hugh A. Drake Fronk B. Elliott Ralph L. Evans George V. Eyraud, Jr. Lucius L. Falkner Clayton G. Pant Wade G. Forris Jerry A. Files Donald C. Ftizgerold, Jr. Walter B. Fowlkes AI C Fulford, Jr. William F. Fulton, IV. Bradford H. Gay, Jr. Don P. Gee Lodd G. Goodson, Jr. Joel I. Granath James D. Griffin, Jr. Tolbert F. Griffin, Jr. Jere D. Guin Leonard Hackman Charles P. Hannon Henry R. Hanson Ben H. Horned Gregg Harris, Jr. John R. Harris, Jr. Robert G. Harris Curtis G. Harvey Sam W. Harvey Robert L. Hayes, Jr. John L. Hoymon, Jr. William M. Heard, Jr. Russell E. Henegor Joseph C. Herring Milton D. Hill Robert W. Hodgkins Bill W. Hoffman Charles R. Hoffman, Jr. Merrill Q. Horton Armstead B. Hudnell, Jr. William D. Hudson James P. Huffman, Jr. Joseph P. Hughes Robert L. Hurton Charles E. Jackson Frederick S. Jeselsohn Robert H. Jones Tom W. Justice Philip D. Kanter Frederick J. Kildron Paul C. King Edward U. Kissel, Jr. James E. Kisset Oscar D. Kulmon Philip R. Lackey Carl L. Longlois William D. Lonning Leonard W. Lorkin Lawrence G. Louer J. I. Levenson Robert R. Locklin John A. Lyon, Jr. Alva H. Moddox Pitt T. Maner, Jr. Vincent J. McMonnorino Byron C. Mathews, Jr. David L. May Glenn L. Maze Oakley W. Melton, Jr. Wiley S. Messick Thomas C. Michael William F. Middleton Howard E. Miller Paul L. Millirons James J. Minyord James M. Morgan Roy L. McAllister Billy E. McCardle William E. McClellon William J. McDoniel Frank B. McKenzie Richardson B. McKenzie, Jr. Claude M. Nelson Paul U. Nelson James D. Norton, Jr. Alunzo E. Oliver, Jr. Robert H. Owen William I. Owen Lucius H. Pornell, Jr. Ralph E. Parker Clyde F. Patterson Billy W. Payne Louis W. Perry, Jr. Howard J. Pierson Julian A. Pierson, Jr. Eluridge R. Plowden, Jr. Elisha C. Poole Robert S. Royfield O. A. Reed, Jr. Benjamin R. Reynolds William R. Riggs Robert L. Roobin William P. Roton Paul L. Rozeor Frank J. Schmuck Richard S. Seger Elbert S. Shomburger William S. Shorpe Jerome B. Shinault Maxwell J. Shipp Junius B. Smith Scott G. Smith Walter M. Smith Justice D. Smyth, Jr. Ervin C. Stewart Charles M. Stone Julian A. Stuckey Julius E. Stuckey Steve T. Synodis Julius E. Talton John E. Taylor William C. Terry J. E. Thompson James A. Tubbs William A. Tuck William J. Tuminella Joseph Vona, Jr. Bobby G. Villar Mork H. Von Relich Howard W. Wachenheim Homer V. Woldrop Thomas L. Woldrop Harold D. Wall, Jr. Billy J. Watson Bob W. Webb Edward J. Webb James W. Webb Wilbur H. Weston Henry G. Whighom Charles H. Whitfield Erwin C. Wilbourne Joseph E. Wilkinson George P. W. Williams James L. Williams Jesse W. Wilson, Jr. William W. Wynegar " ! ,-Si, SCABBARD and BLADE OFFICERS PIERRE PELHAM President GRADY B. PROCTOR Vice-President HAROLD L. BAKER Secretary ROBERT O. COX Treasurer B. J. Arno Harold L. Baker Walter A. Bonney J. F. Cameron Harvey B. Campbell William H. Carter Charles H. Colvin Rabon B. Cox Willie G. Creswell Wiley R. Deal Charles A. Fell James E. Flurry Joe S. Foster John H. Francis MEMBERS Cecil R. French Elwood Garett H. Richard George Ben H. Horned Billy H. Hayes William J. Hayes James T. Hines Sid G. Holder Perr y O. Hooper Albert H. Jacobs Fred B. Johnson Floyd H. Kornegary Mitchell G. Lattof Griffin P. Martin Daniel J. Meador, III Wiley S. Messick Harry P. Mitchell Theo K. Mitchelson John R. Morten, III W. G. Nelson Robert H. Owen Pierre Pelham John F. Porter G. Burns Proctor Charles R. Samuel Alfred G. Smith Ed Thornton Melvin L. Weber Vorin E. Whan — --r- arsiRiL ••j . » i j»» - ' V! -: ® Thunder struck on December 3 as Auburn surprised the mighty Crimson Tide 14-13 and the coveted ODK trophy vanished from its pro d Capstone perch. But spirited Capstonians continued to look upon the Tide eleven as their Big Red Team. Intact spirit was evident when the Boma basketball quintet rolled over many conference favorites and held mighty Kentucky to a tnere two- point victory. Outstanding performances on the track and diamond kept sports interests at its traditional high level. 1 1 FRANK W. THOMAS DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS ' ' V The " World of Sports " has given birth to many outstanding personalities and stars, but even in this special little world there is a more exclusive sphere called legend, and therein rests the name of Alabama ' s Athletic Director Frank Thomas. Symbolic of the best in sportsmanship, Thomas was instrumental in placing Alabama ' s name before the nation. Under his leadership the Crimson Tide has appeared in all of the nation ' s major post-season bowls. II Poge 245 I FRANK W, THOMAS DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS I! : i-, The " World of Sports " has given birth to many outstanding personalities and stars, but even in this special little world ti-iere is a more exclusive sphere called legend, and therein rests the name of Alabama ' s Athletic Director Frank Thomas. Symbolic of the best in sportsmanship, Thomas was instrumental in placing Alabama ' s name before the nation. Under his leadership the Crimson Tide has appeared in all of the nation ' s major post-season bowls. Page 245 CAPTAINS Seniors Doug Lockridge and Billy Caden- head were Alabama ' s captain and alternate captain in 1949. Though declared ineligible in midseason because of B. Team play in 1946, Doug was the lineman that the Crimsons chose to be their field leader. Cadenhead took over the job and continued the fine work. 1949 Captains Billy Cadenhead and Doug Lockridge Alabama ' s 1949 Crimson Tide, after a slow start, advanced rapidly in the darkening fall days and be- fore the Auburn debacle was ranked in the confer- ence ' s top bracket. Early season losses to Tulone and Vanderbilt and a tie with Neylond ' s Vols were soon forgotten as Duquesne, Mississippi State, Geor- gia, Georgia Tech, Mississippi Southern, and Florida fell before the advancing Crimsons. A three touchdown favored Tide bowed to an enraged Auburn team 14-13 in an inglorious finish but there were few who thought it could happen again in that manner. Sparking Alabama ' s attack were a pair of aerial aces, Eddie Salem and Butch Avinger. Ranked fifth in the SEC on total yardage gained, Salem averaged over five yards every time he ran or passed. He hit with 40 out of 75 passes for 558 yards and led the Tide in scoring with 51 points. Avinger connected with 26 out of 56 passes for 266 yards. In addition, the Montgom- ery quarterback starred in kicking and blocking. He finished second in SEC kicking with a 41.4 average. For his blocking he was honored as the conference ' s outstanding man in that port of the sport. Tom Calvin led Bama ' s ground attack with 339 yards on Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama 1949 RESULTS 14 Tulane 28 . . . , 7 Vanderbilt 14 48 Duquesne 8 7 Tennessee 7 35 Miss. State 6 14 Georgia 7 20 Georgia Tech 7 34 Miss. Southern 26 35 Florida 13 13 Auburn . 14 227 130 Page 248 BAMA ' S STARTING ELEVEN - Left to Right; Ed White, Herb Hannah, Bill Cadenhead, Ed Holdnak, Red Noonan, Larry Lauer, Butch Avinger, Jim Fronko, Eddie Salem, Floyd Miller, Rebel Steiner. CHEERLEADERS The 19 4 9 cheerleaders were the boys and girls who put the spirit into Alabama ' s brightly glowing following. Present at every contest, you will recognize them as Head cheerleader Lenette Ellis, Bebe Smith, Mary Tyler, Dot Moon, Mollis Geiger, Richard Moss, John McGill, and Don Fuller. FOOTBALL REVIEW 88 runs. The fourth man in the Crimson backfield, " Bimbo " Melton got 228 yards from the right half spot . Other backfield performers had their share of glory too. Jim Burkette, Red Noonan and Joe Compton worked at the fullback spot. J. D. Roddam and Bob Cochran understudied Salem at left half. Ralph Cochran and Jack Brown called signals from the QB role. Veterans Billy Abston and Billy Cadenhead saw much of the action at right half. A pair of all-SEC guards, Eddie Holdnak first teami and Mike Mizerony ithird team, led Alabama ' s forward line. Veterans Jim Fronko and Walter May, along with newcomers Jack Smith and Sandy Helms, were also instrumental in giving Bama the best guard play of the year in the Southeastern Con- ference. Three sophomores came up to ossist Floyd Miller, Bill Theris, and Herb Hannah at the tackle post. Al Wilhite, Dove Moyfield, and Billy Shipp were the substitutes who spelled the oldsters. Center offered no problems. On offense. Captain Doug Lockridge and Larry Lauer performed ably. On defense a trio of linebacking stars turned up in Pat O ' Sullivan, Elliott Speed, and L. B. Couch. Ends Al Lary and Ed White led Alabama ' s pass receivers. Lory caught seventeen passes good for 318 yards and four touchdowns. White took in eighteen aerials for 194 yards and three scores. Seniors Rebel Steiner and Paul Arthur saw plenty of action. Red Lutz, Jug Jenkins, and Ed Lary, all Sophomores, came through at the end position in fine fashion. ■ ' r - -. ' V Vjb ' ♦ Mk mi- ■I Greenie Bowi lo Rodd ALABAMA 14 TULANE 28 A fighting Crimson Tide struck through the air for two lost quarter touchdowns against nationally ranked Tulone, but the Greenies finally checked the late advance to win 28-14 before 35,000 persons in Mobile ' s Ladd Stadium. It was Tulane ' s third straight win over the Tide. Only sheer heart and opportunism kept the Tide in the contest that long as the Greenie machine ground out 435 yards on the ground and 92 in the air. Alabama had 65 by running and 1 10 by passing. Alabama pushed to the Tulane four in the opening minutes of the game but couldn ' t go over. Shocked, the Greenies sputtered along for almost the whole first half, finally righting themselves to score with two minutes remaining in the first half. After the Greenies had marched to two more scores Bama exploded through the air, Salem to Abston, covering 75 yards. Svoboda then returned the kickoff all the way. The Tide came back to score on a pass from Avinger to Calvin, set up by Hannah ' s blocked punt. Hannah, Mizerany, and Holdnak were the line stars. OFFICIAL STATISTICS Tulane Alabama First Downs . 20 4 Net Yards Rushing 435 65 Net Yards Passing 92 110 Passes Attempted 18 17 Passes Completed 10 7 Passes Intercepted By 2 Punting Average 24.3 47 Fumbles Lost 2 1 Yards Penalized 30 10 Doug Lockridge Jug Jenkins ' Butch ' and ' Levi ' Teom Up t« ' ALABAMA An underdog Crimson Tide kept the powerful Vonderbilt Commodores bottled up for tfiree quarters but in ttie final stanza someone pulled the stopper out and the Nashville team pushed across a score to win 14-7. Even so, in a desperate attempt to repeat 1948 ' s late tie, the Tide, driven by Butch Avinger ' s passes, set up house on the Commodore eight but failed to move on four straight aerials. Vonderbilt scored in the second quarter on a 28-yard dash by Dean Davidson. Eddie Salem ' s accurate right arm en- abled the Tide to leave the field at halftime on equal terms. First " Big Shoe " hit Al Lary with a 41 -yard pass which Al car- OFFICIAL STATISTICS First Downs Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Passes Intercepted By Punting Average Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized ried for 1 1 more. Salem then hit Calvin in the flat and Tom- Tom ran it over. The Commodores ' winning score came on Jamie Wade ' s quarterback sneak, climaxing a long drive. Hannah, Holdnak, O ' Sullivan, and Lutz were the line stars. Ed Lory sets up TD • ' ■• • » Calvin trips in the dark ALABAMA 48 DUQUESNE 8 ■ ' ' .i ' ■:■ ..•.■• Bill Abston J. D. Roddam Alabama ' s Crimson Tide registered it ' s 15th straight victory in Denny Stadium by trouncing an outclassed Duquesne eleven under the lights. A sparse crowd of 15,000 sat in on the onesided game. In gaining his first win of the year. Coach Harold " Red " Drew relied solely on a ground offense led by a half dozen backs. The sharpness and hard-hitting effectiveness of the attack can be seen in the long jaunts of the Crimsons backs. Sub-fullback Jim Burkett took top honors with a 103-yord kickoff return. J. D. Roddam, Bama ' s explosive left half, got away for 75 yards. Jim " Bimbo " Melton combined perfect blocking by his linemen and the best Tide running know-how since pre-war days on a 60-yard dash. Tom Calvin danced his way up the middle of the Duke line for a 26-yard score. Other Tide touchdowns came on a 20-yard pass, Avinger to Al Lory; Cochran ' s quarterback sneak, and a perfectly executed end-round with Al Lary scoring. Alabama rolled-up 322 yards rushing to 85 for Duquesne, and compiled a fine 42.6 punting aver- age. The Tide attempted eight passes, completing two, while the Dukes completed nine aerials in 30 attempts. The 1949 game conclud- ed a three-year series between Alabama and the Pittsburgh school. OFFICIAL STATISTICS Duquesne Alabama First Downs 10 6 Net Yards Rushing 85 322 Net Yards Passing 73 30 Passes Attempted 30 8 Passes Completed 9 2 Passes Intercepted By 1 Punting Average 37.9 42.6 Fumbles Lost 1 Yards Penalized 8 15 Welcoming Committee . - r : -- :. j. ALABAMA 7 A glorious post was relived as Alabama and Tennessee fought to 7-7 tie in Birmingham ' s Legion Field before 41,000 people. True to the traditions of greater Vol-Tide years, the two squads forgot early season losses and battled for the full 60 minutes. A steady rain which began shortly before kickoff and continusii throughout the first half dampened Bama ' s aerial attack and caused 15 fumbles. A Tide team favored by one touchdown, found itself on the short end of a 7-0 count with only eight minutes gone in the game. An intercepted pass put Tennessee in business on the Tide 28. From there Littleford and Sizemore alternated in cracking the line with the latter going over from the one. With only seconds remaining in the first half, " Bimbo " Melton propelled himself through the air to register the tying marker for Alabama. Salem converted and that was all the scoring. O ' Sullivon ' f recovery of a fumble on the Vol 18 gave Bama the chance. Salem engineered Bimbo ' s score with his running and passing. O ' Sullivon, Lutz, Speed, Wiihite, and Fronko starred in the line. Come to Pat — O ' Sullivon that is OFFICIAL STATISTICS Tenn. Ala. Tenn. Ala. First Downs . 6 13 Passes Intercepted by 1 1 Net Yards Rushing 85 171 Punting Average, .38.4 32.6 Net Yards Passing 19 75 Fumbles Lost 2 2 Passes Attempted 12 11 Yards Penalized. .30 25 Passes Completed , 3 7 :; ' ' ,,. -;. i jj. Joe Complon Mike Mizerany I Tide holds once again Harold Lutz 1 1) ,- M ' : %m hfU, ■ .A l ' . ir Ti. ' H OFFICIAL STATISTICS Miss. State Alabama First Downs 10 11 Net Yards Rushing. 180 211 Net Yards Passing , 57 101 Passes Attempted 21 16 Passes Completed 5 4 Passes Intercepted By 4 3 Punting Average 36.8 41.8 Fumbles Lost . 3 2 Yards Penalized 30 40 Bill Theris Wolter May ALABAMA 35 MISSISSIPPI STATE 6 All the Crimson Tiders joined in the gala festivities of Homecoming 1949 by crushing a weak Mississippi State Maroon squad 35-6 for the first Crimson SEC victory of the year. Every man in uniform saw action. Sophomore tackle Al Wilhite set the pattern for the day when he recovered a State fumble on the Maroon 9 with only 1 V2 minutes gone in the first quarter. Red Noonan went over three plays later. Eddie Salem, who played only long enough to take a few bows, come in with five minutes remaining in the first half and sparked the Tiders to two quick scores and then retired. He hit three for three in the air, including a 49- yarder to Al Lory to set up a score, and a 20-yarder for a touchdown. His running was equally outstanding. Alabama needed only five plays to score from the State 38 after Couch recovered a fumble, Roddam doing the honors. George McCain ' s 60-yard return on a pass interception gave Burkett the chance to go over from the one. Salem con- verted on all scores. O ' Sullivon, Mizerany, Holdnak, and Prom played out- standing boll in the line. Lary up to his old tricks ; .,. A J ' Thank you, ' Butch ' Another TD for the Tide ..rJBWw ' " l ' r : • . K % " % k 4 . " « Paul Arthu ALABAMA 14 GEORGIA 7 Led by the joint command of Eddie Salem and Butch Avinger Alabama ' s Crimson forces tamed a favored Georgia Bulldog 14-7 at Athens. As some 41,000 homecomers looked on, Harold ' Red ' Drew ' s eleven hit a nevv 1949 high in going above the .500 mark in SEC ploy. The Bulldogs outdistanced the Tide in every department except the scoring. Hovv ' ever, the true story of the contest lies in Alabama ' s rugged defense deep in their ov n territory. There Mizerony, Holdnok, Speed, O ' Sullivon, and Salem led the Crimsons in a phenomenal defense. Taking time out from his punting duties. Butch Avinger engineered the first Eoma score, a 90-yard march. This drive featured Avinger, Abston, Roddom and Calvin in running roles. After Georgia tied the score on a 75-yard airlift, Salem and Melton teomed-up for the v ' inning touchdown. Salem hit with passes of 29 and 15 yards. Melton took the second aerial and danced past one defender for the clincher. Salem converted after both scores. OFFICIAL STATISTICS Steiner moves in for the tackle Georgia Alabama First Downs 14 12 Net Yards Rushing 160 126 Net Yards Passing 156 126 Passes Attempted 20 19 Passes Completed 9 10 Passes Intercepted By 3 Punting Average 34.5 40.5 Fumbles Lost 3 1 Yards Penalized , 51 15 . vinger to Lory Special OFFICIAL STATISTICS Georgia Tech Alabama First Downs 6 14 Net Yards Rushing 87 229 Net Yards Passing 50 62 Passes Attempted 15 15 Passes Completed 5 7 Passes Intercepted By 1 2 Punting Average 31 45 Fumbles Lost 2 Yards Penalized . . 25 65 Dave Moyfield L. 6. Couch ALABAMA 20 GEORGIA TECH 7 The Crimson Tide continued to roll up the comeback trail as they smashed Georgia Tech 20-7 before 44,000 people in Birmingham ' s Legion Field. Eddie Salem once again was the sparkplug with Butch Avinger pushing him for honors. Jordan dashes through cenfe 4 v ' " n n 45 , Tech took a 6-0 lead in the second quarter and held on until halftime. A 32-yard Humphries to Harvin aerial, first scoring pass against Bama in 1949, accounted for the touch- down. Alabama roared back with two third-quarter scores. Theris recovered a Tech fumble on their 38 and Salem got 28 yards on the first running play. Avinger and Calvin bucked it to the five. From there Salem smacked over and then converted. Butch Avinger hit end Al Lory with a touchdown pass from the Tech 25 to put the Crimsons ahead to stay. Jackie Brown ' s 38-yard punt return set up the Alabama clincher. From the 37 Calvin led an assault which set up Salem ' s score from the three yard line. In the line Mizerany, Holdnak, O ' Sullivon, Speed and Lutz were the kingpins. Rack another one up for O ' Sullivon Tech falls flat on the job Ti " mi ■■r ' l ' ; .♦ ' It •• Alabama marked up its fifth straigfit victory by conquer- ing little Mississippi Southern 34-26 before 15,000 people in Denny Stadium. The varsity, after piling-up a four-touchdown margin at halftime, took to the benches and turned the play over to reserves and Sophomores. Nevertheless, the Southerners did throw terror into these Crimsons as they smashed for four quick scores in the fourth quarter. Little All-American Bobby Holmes was the darling of Hottiesburg as he racked up touchdown runs of 95 and 82 yards. Eddie Salem and Ed White teamed up through the air for Alabama ' s first two scores, covering 18 to 24 yards. Salem connected with Avinger on the one, and on the next play the Butcher went over for the third score of the half. Avinger then took over the passing role and hit end Al Lary with a 25-yarder. Bama ' s final score of the day came on a pass from Ralph Cochran to Charlie Davis for 12 yards. Crimson line reserves saw most of the action in the second half. However, the steamed-up Southerners stole most of the show in this final stanza. Burkett on a jounket Franko leods the way OFFICIAL STATISTICS Miss. Southern Alabama ALABAMA 34 Al Lary MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 26 n Ed lary 9 i . ' U . SC w First Downs 14 13 Net Yards Rushing 1 45 1 92 Net Yards Passing 88 101 Passes Attempted 23 15 Passes Completed 8 9 Passes Intercepted By 1 1 Punting Average 34.5 36 Fumbles Lost 2 Yards Penalized 20 25 Al Wllhite %n tCju v jA-. .L i. iW4 Wi4 -A ' - CH:;.. s } iviki ...,-j.J.fevMkida : m ' Ml James " Bimbo " Melton Jim Burkett Tom Calvin ALABAMA 35 FLORIDA 13 Alabama ' s Crimson Tide battered an outclassed Florida team 35-12 at Gainesville before a slim crowd of 15,000. Florida outclassed the Tide on first downs and completed passes but there the superiority ended. The Tider ' s big ad- vantage was in the punt returns department where they had a 314-yard total. Long runs were the order of the day and Bill Cadenhead was the man in command. Playing his first offensive ball in some time, he set up one score with a 74-yard punt return and ran for another with a 49-yard interception. Salem con- nected with Melton for the first score after his first run. After Florida took the lead, Calvin ran 88 yards with the kickoff for a score. Melton made a 49-yard dash to score- dom. With seconds remaining Avinger hit White with a pass for the final score. Charlie Hunsinger was bottled-up by the Crimson line led by Franko, Holdnak, Mizerany, Speed, and Arthur. Florida ' s Montsdeoca turned in one of the best punting performances of the year against Alabama, with a remark- able 53-yard average. Alabama gained 183 yards rushing, to Florida ' s 97 yards. OFFICIAL STATISTICS ■ ■« :■,• Bimbo dances past the Gators A cloud of dust and another Tide score Florida Alabama First Downs 12 9 Net Yards Rushing 97 183 Net Yards Passing 118 77 Passes Attempted 21 16 Passes Completed 7 10 Passes Intercepted By 1 3 Punting Average 53 34 Fumbles Lost 1 1 Yards Penalized 50 51 Melton again for Alabomo Jack Brown ALABAMA 13 An angry and snarling Auburn Tiger pounced on a very surprised Alabama l?ed Elephant and when the final whistle had blown " War Eagle " was the toast as 43,000 persons saw a three touchdown underdog Auburn team triumph 14-13 in Legion Field. A big pregame buildup for the Salem-Tidwell clash was no dud. Both players sparked their team ' s showing. Auburn took a 6-0 lead as the second quarter opened when John Wallis intercepted a Salem pass and dashed 18 yards to score. Tucker converted. Alabama snapped back to tie the game 1-7 at the half. On an end around Ed White carried 20 yards to the 13. Salem with a four man escort went over and then converted. How does it look Levi? Not this way, please AUBURN 14 The Tigers marched 71 yards on 13 plays to take the lear, Bill Davis shooting 1 1 yards to score. Tucker added the PAT which was to prove the difference in the end. Bama once again rallied, going 58 yards on just 7 plays with Tom Calvin finally cracking over from the one. Salem missed the conversion and Auburn went wild. All-SEC guards Mike Mizerany and Eddie Holdnak and tackle Bill Theris were stars in defeat. ' ' ■t ta ' OFFICIAL STATISTICS Auburn A a bama First Downs 11 10 Net Yards Rushing 155 143 Net Yards Passing 29 62 Passes Attempted 2 9 Passes Completed 2 5 Passes Intercepted By 2 Punting Average 38.6 40.2 Fumbles Lost 1 1 Yards Penalized 20 5 ■■HI THE COACH For the first time since taking over the basket- ball reins in 1946, Coach Floyd Burdette failed to come up with a winning quintet. And this despite the fact that he had what he called the best all-round team in the Southeastern Conference. Burdette cast aside the slow style of play which had marked his first three seasons at Alabama for a fast-moving possession gome in 1950. Consequently, the Crimson ' s high defensive ranking in the nation suffered, but the offense picked up at the same time. An indifferent 9-1 1 season record didn ' t stop SEC coaches from recognizing the Tide ' s potential power, and the Alabama team was seeded fourth in the conference tournament only to lose in the second round to Georgia. Burdette had new hopes for 1951 as for the second straight year help was on the way from a better-than overage Freshman team. FLOYD BURDETTE B ASKETBAL 1949-50 Basketball Squad A IN L066V M EXITS J . ' 4 SMO« !«;. V »f Let ' s try it from this side AT ALABAMA w A bumper crop of Sophomore cagers promised to send Alabama stock soaring as the 1950 season got underway, but, except for a mid-season surge, Alabama had little chance to strike its colors. After winning three consecutive games at home, the Tide went on a bumpy road trip. The late Decem- ber streak saw the Tide lose to SEC foes Auburn and Missis- Bryant Ivey sippi State, and then drop three straight at the Oklahoma City all-college tourney, Arkansas, Texas, and Vanderbilt do- ing the job. Just when everyone was ready to count the Crimsons out, the squad began clicking off victories. Florida, Georgia Tech, LSU, Tulane, and Vanderbilt all felt the sting of a Crimson Another swisher A Star Sophomore shows why Tide which attracted national attention with this upswing. However, Auburn and then Kentucky cut short the Crimson march with victories right before home fans in Foster. After a win over State, the picture became gloomy once again. Four road losses to Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Auburn, and Ole Miss closed out the regular season play. At tournament time Alabama was seeded fourth but lost in on upset to Georgia 52-51 in the first overtime ever played in Southeastern Conference tournament history. The Tide ' s final SEC mark showed 8 wins and 9 losses. To made things worse, three of the losses came at the hands of Auburn. The highlight of the home season came when the Tide held Ken- tucky to a 66-64 score at Foster Auditorium. A newcomer. Sophomore Bryant Ivey, and an old hand. Senior Dick McKenzie, tied for Alabama scoring honors with 184 points each. Junior Center Billy Dean averaged 9.9 points per game to lead in that department. Dyson Hamner hit for 145 points to cap off a bright four-year career at Alabama. Indiana Soph Bob Schneider scored 135 points. In addition to the Selma duo of McKenzie and Hamner, Let- terman Gene Palmer will be lost to the 1951 team through graduation, A pair of Freshman scoring aces, Jim Grant and Walt Evans, and a steady guard, John Cherry, should en- hance Coach Burdette ' s 1951 chances. Sammy Moore Paul Sullivan Nick Urotsos Billy Dean Jerry Pannell I i 1 1 Left to Right: BOB SCHNEIDER PAUL RIDDLE PETE MANGINA GENE PALMER SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE Alabama 56 Mississippi .38 Dec. 8 Alabama 53 Georgia 38 Dec. 10 Alabama 44 Miss. State 47 Dec. 17 Alabama 40 Auburn 45 Dec. 20 Alabama 50 Florida 48 Jan. 7 Alabama 73 Georgia Tech , 39 Jan. 14 Alabama 60 L. S. U. , 52 Jan. 20 Alabama 57 Tulane 51 Jan. 21 Alabama Al Vanderbilt 44 Jan. 23 Alabama 58 Auburn 66 Jon, 28 Alabama 64 Kentucky 66 Feb. 2 Alabama 58 Miss. State 38 Feb. 8 Alabama 38 Vanderbilt 47 Feb. 1 1 Alabama 57 Kentucky 77 Feb. 13 Alabama 58 Auburn 67 Feb. 18 Alabama 52 Mississippi , 61 Feb. 22 Non-Conference Alabama 87 Florence A7 Dec. 5 All-College Tournament Alabama 33 Arkansas 41 Dec. 27 Alabama 41 Texas 48 Dec. 28 Alabama 44 Vanderbilt 53 Dec. 29 SEC Tournament Alabama 51 Georgia 52 Mar. 3 Hamner jumps past Kelly McKenzie hits for Alobama 1949 Baseball Team ' BAMA ' S BASEBALL Tilden " Happy " Campbell in 1949 became the first coach in Southeastern Conference history to send his teams to 100 or more victories. At year ' s end Campbell ' s record showed 107 victories against 32 defeats. This mark was compiled over a span of 1 1 seasons. Seven SEC pennants have flown over the Capstone during the same period. Winning is a habit for Campbell. Jumping from his role as varsity quarterback on Alabama ' s 1934 Rose Bowl team and third base star on the Bama diamond nine to the baseball coaching job proved to be no great task as Happy went on to win six SEC crowns in the next eight years. In three past war tries Camp- bell has triumphed once and been deprived of the honors twice by narrow margins. For the second consecutive year, a fine Alabama baseball team found itself nosed-out of the western division champion- ship race by a Mississippi State Maroon squad. In 1948 the Ma- roons won by half a game. The past season saw Alabama winning one more than State but also dropping one more with the title going to the Statemen on percentage points. Jim Huffstutler George Howell J. F. Sharp Tilden " Happy " Campbell Pitchers Clarence Fleck, Ed Lory, Marv Blemker, Pete Pettus, Jesse Ayres, and Al Worthington TE AM . . . Ed White — Bamo ' s leading batter An all-veteran squad except for pitchers reported to Campbell in late March. By May the pitchers had worked themselves into shape and the team was rolling along at a merry clip, winning nine of its last ten starts. The SEC title went to the Maroons despite Bama ' s 14-4 record in conference competition. Two big righthanders, Al Worthington and Ed Lory, car- ried most of the pitching load through 1949. Pete Pettus was impressive in relief. Hitting honors went to Ed White. His final .402 record was fifty points better than his 1948 mark which had won runner-up honors that year. Two fine gradu- ating seniors, J. F. Sharpe and Jay Byrd, finally broke up Bama ' s all-star infield of Byrd, Sharpe, Rutledge, and Folmar. The quartet had played together for three seasons. Huffstutler had a .376 batting average in 18 conference games and Folmar was just five points back with a .371 mark. The Tide won 12 and lost 4 in SEC play, with Pettus being credited with five of the victories without defeat. Ed Lary won three and lost one, Jesse Ayres had a 2-1 record and Al Worthington won two and lost two. With the entire mound staff, except Pettus, returning for the 1950 season. Coach Campbell had high hopes for another successful campaign this year. Pete Mongina Ned Folmar Jay Byrd Huffstutler hits for the circuit 1949 RESULTS Non-Conference Alabama 4 Rollins 5 Alabama 4 Rollins 5 Alabama 4 Montgomery (SEL) 5 Alabama 2 Birmingham (SA) 5 Coach Joe Kilgrow 1949 RESULTS Southeastern Conference Alabama 4 Florida Alabama 16 Florida 2 , Alabama 6 Ole Miss 5 f 1 Alabama 6 Ole Miss 7 - r i Alabama LSU 4 ' Alabama 5 LSU 4 ' - Alobama 10 Miss. State 1 Alabama 4 Miss. State 7 Alabama 8 LSU 6 Alabama 8 LSU ' ' H. |||| Alabama 7 Ole Miss 4 V ' j wi - Alabama 15 Ole Miss 7 H HIk|d[ SSSW Alabama 3 Miss. State 6 Alabama 8 Miss. State 4 Alabama 4 Auburn 3 Alabama 20 Auburn 7 Alabama 4 Auburn . . . ' . 0 ' Alabama 12 Auburn 3 y | 1949 Freshman Team • j. u jp««iji •.. urii mm Captain Les Shapiro T E Led by captain-coach Les Shapiro, Alabama ' s tennis team gave local fans a winning season in its first postwar venture. Alabama emerged triumphant in nine matches against five collegiate foes. The team blanked the opposition in six of these matches and came through undefeated in collegiate ranks. Birmingham Country Club ' s squad gave the Tide net- men their only loss. In addition to the schedule listed below the team competed individually in several meets including the Southern Collegiate Tennis Meet and the Southern AAU matches. TENNIS TEAM — Front Row: Rice, McDonold, Jordan, Giovanni Robinson, Boykin, Green, Croen. Bock Row: Shapiro, 1949 RECORD Alabama 6 Miss. State Alabama 9 B ' ham. Southern Alabama 9 Howard Alabama 6 Auburn 1 Alabama 6 Western Mich. 3 Alabama 7 Auburn 2 Alabama 2 B ' ham. C. C. , 7 Alabama 6 Miss. State Alabama 7 Howard Alabama 9 B ' ham. Southern Page 267 P w. ,«A 4 %VH4 t f: f mm . h % Coach Tom Lieb ON THE CINDER Dick Hanson Interest in track and field mounted rapidly during the Spring of 1949 as the Tide cindermen scored their best season in Southeastern Conference competition since before the war. Responsibility for the improved show- ing of the thinclads rested squarely on the shoulders of veteron track mentor Tom Lieb and assistant coach Phil Knuth. Coach Lieb had prom- ised better things for the past few losing seasons and finally was able to fulfill those promises. A strong Sophomore group steadied the varsity and a Freshman array of prep stars gave on indication of a bright future. Tom Lieb is a Rockne man through and through. However it wasn ' t all football at Notre Dame for the colorful Lieb. He also lettered in baseball, hockey, and track. He was o member of the 1924 Olympic squad. Since those days Lieb has spent most of his days coaching football and working for a championship track team. Phil Knuth was somewhat of a wonder man in Florida Prep circles. His Lee High School athletes at Jacksonville completely dominated track during his reign there. Knuth is a graduate of Western Michigan. Starting slowly, Alabama runners and fieldmen dropped SEC meets to Auburn and Tennessee. But a winning season became a reality when the squad suddenly found itself and bowled over Mississippi State Tulane, Ole Miss, and Howard College in rapid succession. Lou Lackey Dave Mayfield Howard Pierson Dick Humphreys Allen McHenry Don McMillion Marv Chicowski i TRACK Jerry DiRreux Dick Hurst Hormon Beoochamp Jim Morris PATH . . . Alabama athletes also competed in the Florida Relays, the SEC meet, the Southern Relays, the meet between the Southern and Southeastern conferences, and the SEAAU. High point men for the Tide during the seoso Davis, closely followed by Lou Lackey and Beouc some Saturday afternoons, Hanson was most imp both hurdles. Pete Hodo garnered points in the h helped in the high jump. Showing continued improvement, Charlie Davi in the 220 and as anchor man on the mile relo Lackey. Roy Winslett led a weak sprint group. B lead the field men. Fletcher and Humphreys did th field. Housholter and Pierson threw the discus. n were Soph Dick Hanson and Junior Charlie hamp. Competing in as many as four events on ressive in the broad and high jumps. He also ran urdles also. Allan McHenry and Clark Hurst s cut his 440 time down to 48.3 and scored heavily y team. In the mile and tvi o mile runs it was Lou eauchomp hit around 180 feet with the javelin to e pole vaulting. The shot put duties fell to hAoy- A bright collection of prep gems gave the Bama Freshmen team power and depth. The yearling cindermen were untested as they overran Auburn, Ole Miss, and Mississippi State, scoring more than 100 points in each meet. A mid-western trio, Marv Chicowski, Jim Mcrris, and Corl Shield, led the group. Jerry DiRieux was a consistent winner in the two-mile. With a limited squad the Fresh- men captured third place at the Southern AAU in Atlanta. Carl Johnson 1949 Freshmen Squad g AAA AAA A Pete Hodo mm THE DIRECTOR Despite a decreasing enrollment, interest and active participation in intramurals showed an upswing during the 1949-50 seasons. Under the super- vision of Intramural Sports Director Charlie Stapp, more than 4000 men played in 14 different sports. Stapp was ably assisted by Jim Jackson, OIlie Nabors, Ed Hopper, and John Leighton. Robert Ukenholz headed a staff of 25 officials. Cooch Stapp and intramural assistants INTRAMURAL Play in all four intramural divisions, fraternity, indepen- dent, denominational, and faculty, was hotly-contested during the past year. Sigma Chi came off with the big fraternity prize, taking the 1949 All-sports rotating trophy. The Sigs captured the Greek football title and then rolled over the Independent champion Pepsi-Cola for the campus crown. During the spring of 1949 Softball was the big sport with at least a half dozen minor sports sharing the limelight. The Wheels won the Independent title but then fell before the strong Pi Kappa Phi frat winners in the campus championship contest. Track honors went to Sigma Chi. Zeta Beta Tau was the ruling party in the tennis court competition and Sigma Alpha Epsilon ruled the golfing fairways. Volleyball laurels went to Kappa Alpha. Basketball dominated the Winter quarter with special interest in the fraternity cage races. Pi Kappa Alpha finally Sigma Chi — 1949 Football champs Art ' s Aces — 1950 campus cage champs SPORTS emerged victorious but only after a hectic playoff which saw Pi Kappa Phi pushing them all the way to win second place. Art ' s Aces steamrollered all independent competition with the Spudnuts offering the most opposition. The Aces defeated PiKA 35-29 for the campus basketball championship. A trio of new sporting interests showed up on the intramural program. These were a Freshman Turkey Trot, a handball tourney, and fencing. A total of more than 400 teams were entered in the University of Alabama ' s intramural program during the year. Action on the ping pong front Another score for Art ' s Aces — 1950 champs INTRAMURAL ACTION ' t CS ' r . A cloud of dust Going for distance Th e winner s circle Students intere sted In extra-curri«ul«r activities fos-end their pleices in mGr than 150 organizations designed to create a feeSing of common interest in every conceivable phase of extra-curricular endeavor. Socio! fraternities and sororities; honorary, leadership professional, and service fraternities; and religious departmenta!, and genera! organiKOtionSj, provided the network to meet the cross-section of student alms and Interests. II. li III I I i V •C y 1 1 r. Ul interfraternity council INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL SECURED A NEW OFFICE IN THE UNION BUILDING OFFICERS ED O ' CONNELL President BURNS PROCTOR Vice-President DAVID KULMAN ,...:..., Secretary JACK REDMOND Treasurer Coordination of fraternity activities and interests was the keynote of tfie Interfraternity Council. Twenty-six members, representing the same number of fraternities on the campus, meet bi-weekly to discuss current problems and to formulate through legislation plans and policies which will benefit the student body as a whole. For the first time, this year ' s activi- ties stemmed from a permanent office located on the third floor of Alabama Union Building. Emphasis was placed on intra-campus relations among fraternity men and independents through the combined ef- forts of the Council and the Spirit Planning Committee. Assis- tance was rendered in planning and conducting Religious Emphasis Week, the AIA White Christmas, and the campus clothing drive. In conjunction with the Gideon Society, the Interfraternity Council placed bibles in each room of every fraternity house. JAMES McGINTY EXECUTIVE COUNCIL DUD GRIFFIN EMORY FOLMAR ARNOLD POMSTEIN ROBERT BREEDLOVE ARTHUR PATTON BART SHEA CHARLES MITCHELL BILLY FARMER JAMES McGINTY CHARLES MORGAN HAROLD VAN DER VOORT REPRESENTATIVES BUDDY BERNSTEIN JIM MURPHY WALKER STEWART DUD GRIFFIN DOUG LANFORD BOB GUNN ALAN ARMSTRONG BOB COLLINS HAROLD BAKER EMORY FOLMAR ALVIN BENDER JEFF UPSHAW BURNS PROCTOR BILLY HAYES BILL CROWDER JACK REDMOND DAVID KULMAN LOYAL BLACKWOOD Redmond, O ' Connell, Proctor, Kulmon - " T 1 ij | ' ' - 1 , « •n- Lanford, Bernstein, Murphy, Stewart, Gunn, Shotts, Collins, Griffin Pomstein, Breedlove, Patton, Shea, Mitchell, McGinty, Morgan, Van Der Voort Page 279 alpha tau omega BETA DELTA CHAPTER Immediately after the ban was lifted on fra- ternities in 1885, Beta Delta chapter of Alpha Tou Omega was founded at the University. Pictures of many Alabama alumni as well as present members hang in the ATO Hall of Fame. Among the past members are the late Dr. Richard C. Foster, past president of the University of Alabama, after whom Foster Auditorium is named; and Thomas C. McClellan, a Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. Present members include Tom King, president of SGA, ODK, Jasons, Quadrangle, and Who ' s Who; Bill Hairston, Low School Repre- sentative to SGA, Vice-President of Quadrangle, Jasons, Who ' s Who, Phi Delta Phi, and Editor of the Law School Handbook; and Jim Burkett, fullback on the Crimson Tide who tallied on a 101 -yard touchdown run against Duquesne. The Pickwick Club was the scene of the ATO Fall Formal in Birmingham, while Foster provided the setting for the Spring Formal in April. Actives: Trenton Adams James K. Boggett Fred W. Beavers Charles Beck John E. Bergin John W. Boggass Bill Brirton Thomos N. Brilton John Brooks James W. Burkett James Burton Al Carrawoy James J. Cameron Harold Chitwood Sam Christopher Harry Cole James Collins Raymond Dominey Charles Doster Donald Dunbar Clark Dyer Edward L Ells Bake Foster Eugene Fulgin William Freeman Cecil R. French Alton D. Fulmer William Gipson Joe Graden David Gunby OFFICERS BILL HAIRSTON President HARRY COLE Vice-President RAYMOND DOMINEY Treasurer TOMMY TAYLOR Secretary MEMBERS William Hairston Sandy Helms James Vann Henegon David Henderson Woody Hiatt Thomas B. Hill Robert M. Hodgson Richard P. Holman William B. Hogen Ted Holder Ralph Howard Charles Hogue J. K. Huffstutler William P. James Robert Johnson Edward M. Jones Lonnie C. Jordan Joseph Kellett William Kieran Richard King A. O. Kilgo Tom K. King Thomas B. Leslie Charles Linacker Charles Lyons Dick Madison John Mostin Lex Mathews Frank Mathews Bruce Miller Lonnie McClusky Everett McCrory Victor Moore James Nelson David Parker Maurice Patterson Arthur Fatten Louis Perry Thomas Randall William Rayburn John D. Reese Paul Robertson Stephen William Rowe Charles Sawyer Euel A. Screws Charles Sharp Benjamin Smith Hardy B. Smith Tom Stephen Bill Stephen Charles Stewart James Stewart Tommy Taylor Henry Thornburgh Walter M. Thompson Joseph Von Hook Joseph Wakefield George Wells Charles White-Spunner L. B. Whitfield Coke Williams Dorden Williams Earnest Willson Robert Wilson Walter Wilson Harvey Wright Hubert Wright Pledges; Charles G. Beotty Homer H. Brinson Charles L. Chambliss William B. Daniels Donald C. Fitzgerald Brooks Derrick Howell Erwin Dean G. Freeman Richard B. Greer James H. Hancock Leon Kennimer John S. Marks Robert S. Mason Burl O. Milling Bill N. Powell Russell C. Smith Edward H. Thompson Faculty: Dr. Tom Allen Dr. George Lang Mr. Clifton Penick Mr. B. B. Trawick Mr. L. M. Trawick Dr. Bernard W oer Prof. Clanton Williams I Flowers to an ATO Lady ' y V b f, ii W f = J vt r t( K .T, r? J fV a " i iT ' f O 1 :: ! . .tv r a e ■ ' - ' £f Is r r= t- f jflilSB t T: 1l A. w t 4 ' f p, I U- • ' f ■ ■ l 1 L J. " " l f " Adams Baggett Beatty Beavers Beck Bergin Brinson Britton Brooks Ells Erwin Fitzgerold Foster Freeman, D. Freeman, W. French Fulghom Fulmer Hodgson Hogue Holman Howard Huffstutler James Johnson Jones Kiigo Mathews, L. Miller Milling Moore McClusky McCrary Patterson Patton Perry Smith, C. Smith, H. Stephen Stewart Taylor Thompson, E. Thompson, W. Thornburgh Van Hook Chombliss Chitwood Christopher Cole Daniels Dominey Doster Dunbar Dyer Graden Gunby Hairston Hancock Helms Henogan Henderson Hiott Hill King Leslie Linaker Lyons Madison Marks Mason Mastin Mathews, F. Powell Randall Reese Robertson Rowe Sawyer Screws Sharp Smith, B. Vomer Wakefield Wells White-Spunner Willson Wilson, R. Wilson, W. Wright, H. J. Wright, H. SQA PRESIDENT TOM KING IS A MEMBER OF ALPHA TAU OMEGA FRATERNITY Page 281 chi phi TAU CHAPTER Tau chapter of Chi Phi was founded in No- vember, 1920. Founders ' Day was observed this past year with a banquet on April 20. The Chi Phi ' s gave the first Formal Dance of the New Year on January 7. Other house functions included a Homecoming Tea Dance and several costume parties, the most outstanding of which was a harem party where each member brought two— or more —dates. In sports, Ashby Gholson and Fred Henry won sev- eral events of the football field meet. Gerry Wiggins, Presi- dent of the Cotillion Club, and Ed de Celle, President of Blackfriars, were two campus wheels who called the Chi Phi House home. OFFICERS EDMOND T. de CELLE President STERLING P. McDonald Vice-President WILLIAM W. McDonald Secretary WILLIAM MASON LOY Treasurer MEMBERS Actives: James Balderson James Basinger William Boggs John Creel Ed de Celle Frank Dodd John Ellis Ronald Gonn Thomas Gardner Ashby Gholson Lewis Gray Thomas Head Thomas Hicks James Hollaway Fred Hosli Joe Houston Billy James Pep Johnston James C. Jones Donald Lonergan Mason Loy Jerry McAdams Sterling McDonald William McDonald Warren McPherson Ed Phillips Thomas Powell Elwood Rutledge Bart Shea Issac Tull Pete Walden James Waters Zac Weaver Gerry Wiggins Pledges: Lewis Bliss Harry Bodie James Brisindine Ed Christopher Jackie Craig Charles England Fred Henry Eugene Ivey Harold Jackson James A. Jones Jack Lakeman John Lavette Nick Lindsey Robert Schlegel John Scott Pepper Wilson Chi Phi house party harem Balderson Basinger Bliss Bodle Boggs Brisendine Christopher Craig Creel deCelle Dodd Ellis England Gann Gray Henry Hicks Holloway Hosli Houston Ivey Jackson James Johnston Jones, J. A. Jones, J. C. Lakemon Lavette Lindsay Lonergan Loy Matthews McAdams McDonald, S. McDonald, W. McPherson Phillips Powell Rutledge Scott Shea Tull Wolden Weaver Wilson CHI PHI CLAIMS PRESIDENTS OF THE COTILLION CLUB AND BLACKFRIARS Page 283 delta chi ALABAMA CHAPTER Delta Chi was founded at the Capstone in 1924. Founders ' Day was observed in October, with Beazey ' s Banquet following in November. Dances were held in Birmingham after the Tennessee, Georgia Tech, and Auburn football games. January welcomed the annual Winter Formal and May again greeted the Spring Formal. Four new trophies found their way to the Delta Chi mantel as a result of championships in golf and bike racing, and second place in softball during the Spring quarter. During the Summer, the fourth cup was acquired when they won the Softball championship. Some of the best known Delta Chi ' s over the campus ore: Robert Sweat, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Theta Tau, St. Pat ' s Council, American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Bob Owen, Druids, Jasons, YMCA, Who ' s Who, Delta Sigma Pi, Quadrangle, Scabbard Blade, SGA Executive Cabinet, Phi Eta Sigma,- and Lee Roy Manners, Spirit Planning Committee, Arts and Sciences Representative to SGA, Alpha Sigma Omega, and Philos. OFFICERS BOB OWEN President ROY GRAHAM Vice-President BOB HODGKINS Secretary JOE CLAFFEE Treasurer JOE MYERS Corresponding Secretary MEMBERS Actives: Richard Barnett Keith Barze William Bellande Nelson Camp Joe Ciaffee Melford Cleveland Edward Dugan Clarence Daniel Malcolm Graham Roy Graham Robert Gilchrist Frank Grimes Walter Granger James Gregory Morris Griffin Chris Hamilton Wade Hampton Lewis Hamner Bobby Hodgkins Jock Hodgkins Frank Lewis Harold Lutz Joe McDaniel Lee Roy Manners Charles Mitchell Jones Moore Guy Morton Charles Murphree Joe Myers James Newsome James Nightengale Robert Norman John Orr Robert Owen James Page Paul Page Robert Porker Paul Pinson Lamar Rawlinson Robert Rayfield George Rudd James Scott Thomas Schifonello Richard Shifflett Ellis Stricklin Robert Sweat James Taylor Paul Taylor John Thompson Vernon Tidmore Gerald Tidmore William Warren Danny Wright Samuel Wycoff Pledges: Auburn Alston Charles Cornelius Dale Collins Don Dovies Robert Davis James Freeman Joe Griffin Marvin Horliss Hugh Horton Robert Ivy James Klmbrough Rex King Earl Martin George Mickwee John Mohan David Moore Samuel Oliver Goil Penny Denver Raglond David Scott Jack Smith Allen Stelzenmuller Gordon Thompson Robert Vonce Jack Whetstone Bill Willoughby Gene Wood Faculty; Allan Boiies Jeff Coleman Wade Coleman Dr. James F. Doster Knox Hoygood Dr. John V. Masters Clinton McGee Paul Thomas Horry Haden After dinner — well, almost O ' fJ Cj m C% ■f «« « m P rs o ' 4 ' ■ 1 ' " •% . 1! ' ::? f C ,0 O ' 1 tjr Alston Barnett Barze Bellonde Camp Claffee Clevelond Collins Cornelius Davies Davis Gilchrist Graham, M. Grohom, R. Granger Griffin, J. Griffin, N. Grimes Hamilton Hamner Hampton Harless Hodgkins Horton Kimbrough King Lewis Manners Mickwee Mitchell Mohan Moore, D. Moore, J. Morton Murphree Myers Newsome Nightengale Norman Oliver Orr Ov en Page, J. Page, P. Parker Pinson Ragland Rawlinson Rayfield Rudd Schifanella Scott Shiflett Smith Stelzenmuller Sweat Taylor, J. Taylor, P. Thompson Thomson Tidmore Vance Worren Whetstone Wiiloughby Wood Wycoff DELTA CHI ' S CAPTURED NEW TROPHIES IN GOLF, BIKE RACING, SOFTBALL Page 285 delta kappa epsilon PSI CHAPTER Psi chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon might be designated as the father of social fra- ternities at Alabama. Psi chapter received its charter in 1847, thus laying claim to the honor of being the oldest of all fraternities on the Alabama campus. Annually Dekes hold Psi Day in October and a Backwards Dance in January. This year Psi chapter followed a new tradition by holding their formal dance in Fort Whiting Armory, Mobile, following the Tulane game. Dekes who have made a name for themselves on the campus include Billy Farmer, Rho Alpha Tau, Phi Eta Sigma, and Interfraternity council; Coleman Inge, President of Canterbury Club and Editor, 1949 Corolla; N. Q. Adams and Jere Austill, Phi Delta Phi; an d Charles McMullin, feature writer for the Crimson-White. Actives: Charles L. Adams Non Q. Adams William H. Armbrecht, III Jere Austill, Jr. James O. Banks, II George H. Bargeron William H. Beddow, Jr. Austin L. Bennett Donald R. Bounds Hugh M. Caffey, Jr. Robert J. Corson James M. Clork Roe M. Crowe, Jr. Gerald A. Drennen Arthur L. Dunnom, Jr. George Stone Eastwood, III Walter B. Erickson, Jr. Billy L. Farmer John A. Greaves Walker R. Greaves Malvern U. Griffin, Jr. William D. Hoys MEMBERS Lawrence Hendricks James A. Head, Jr. Harry Henson William C. Holmes, Jr. Francis C. Inge John E. Inge David R. Kidder Jack H. Krueger Richard Latady Robert R. Locklin Frank A. Luttrell, Jr. Roderick M. MacLeod William R. Marshall James M. Murray Claude M. McGowin Charles J. McMullin Rufus B. Portlow John D. Phillips Sam B. Pollock William A. Priest John J. Show, Jr. William E. Sherrill George R. Swift, Jr. Donald D. Thornbury James G. Whiddon James C. Young Pledges: John C. Carter Edwin J. Curran Henry F. DeBordeleben, III Frank W. Drake, Jr. Leroy W. Foster Alan E. Head Carmon T. Hooper, III Harry T, Howard, 1 1 1 Eugene O ' Collahon Patrick O ' Sullivan Roger P. Sharpe, Jr. Nicholas R. Stollworth Richard L. VittingI Frank A. Yeilding, Jr. Faculty: Dr. William C. Friarson Dr. Stuart Graves Dean G. Burke Johnston Mr. Hudson Strode Dekes smile for the birdie 1 vy fi " r ' ' n. n t jA r w d: It O ij . « J Jr ' 1 i f « f 7 V - ' i ' V ' ' ' " •» ' Y Jb Adams, C. Adams, N. Armbrecht Austin Banks Beddow Bounds Bennett Caffey Carson Carter Clark Crowe Curran DeBardeleben Drake Drennen Dunnam Eastwood Erickson Farmer Greaves Griffin Head, A. Head, J. Henson Hooper Howard Inge, C. Inge, J. Kidder Krueger Latady Luttreli MacLeod Murray McGowin McMullin O ' Callaghan O ' Sullivan Phillips Pollock Priest Sharp Show Sherrill Stallworth Swift Thornbury Whiddon Yeilding Young i_ ik_.JK OUTSTANDING EVENT OF DEKE SOCIAL SEASON IS ANNUAL BACKWARD PARTY Page 287 delta Sigma phi BETA KAPPA CHAPTER Beta Kappa chapter of Delta Sigma Phi was established at the University of Alabama in 1933. The most outstanding event of the year for the Delta Sigs was their Founders ' Day Banquet, which celebrated the 50th anniversary of the fraternity. In conjunction with the ban- quet was the Founders ' Day Dance held at the Tutwiler Hotel in Birmingham. Other oustanding dances were the Carnation Boll at Foster Auditorium and the Shipwreck Ball, both given during the Spring quarter. Active Delta Sigs over the campus are Jim McGinty, President of Alpha Phi Omega, Historian of Quadrangle, and Representative to Law School Executive Council; Chuck Hannon, Student Legislature, St. Pat ' s Council, Vice-President, Junior Class, Engineering School; Bob Bronnes, President of Sigma Gamma Epsilon; and Don Alberts, Presi- dent, Sophomore Class, Engineering; Ray Edwards, President, Press Club. OFFICERS JAMES S. McGINTY President CHARLES H. COLVIN . . .- Vice-President WILLIAM COMPTON Secretary HOLLIS BOWDEN Treasurer HUGH HALBROOKS • ' .-. Sgt.-at-Arms DONALD ALBERTS Historian MEMBERS Actives: Don Alberts Clint Berryman Hollis Bowden A I Brewer Don Brutkiewicz Harvey Campbell Harold Clark Charles Colvin James Colvin Bill Compton Jack Cothren B. J. Crain Hugh Drake Ray Edwards Hugh Haibrooks Chuck Hannon Joe Harbuck George Hodges, Jr. Frank Hoiston Merrill Horton A. B. Jones Crawford Keith Glenn Moze Fred Mittwede James McGinty Stan Noel Robert Patton Richard Seger Charles Stevens Jamie Thompson Charles Turner Jimmy Watson Bill Weaks Pledges: Walter Barksdale Roberts Bronnes George Davis Walter Dixon Bob Kauffman Frank Mathews Craig Mitchell Leroy Moody Bob Taylor Bob Wilkerscn Faculty: Dean J. R. Cudworth Dr. G. H. Yeull Mr. Charles Brennen Delta Sigs ' Denny Stadium Alberts Berryman Bowden Brewer Bronnes Brutkiewicz Campbell Colvin, C. Colvin, J. Compton Grain Dixon Edwards Halbrooks Hannon Harbuck Hodges Holston Horton Keith Maze Mitchell McGinty Mittwede Noel Potton Raley Seger Stevens Thompson Watson DELTA SIG CELEBRATED ITS FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY AT FOUNDERS ' DAY BANQUET Page 289 delta tau delta DELTA ETA CHAPTER Founded at Alabama in April 1926, Delta Etc chapter of Delta Tau Delta has become an active and well-represented fraternity. The annual Rainbow Ball in January is the top social function of the year. Two other formal dances are held at the Country Club. House functions last year included a Christmas Dance, Homecoming Dance, Backward Party and the Bowery Ball. The Alumni Banquet is held in Birmingham in February, followed by the Founders ' Day Banquet in March. Some of the BMOC ' s who wear the Delta Tau Delta pin are Ken Nail, Alchemist Club, Philos, and President of Senior Class of Chemistry School; Herb Stewart, Greeks, Phi Delta Phi; Jim Wright, Student Leg- islature, Rho Alpha Tau, Druids, and Quadrangle; Jesse Ayers, Varsity Baseball Team, Vice-President, Sigma Delta Chi; and Richard Heffington, Phi Alpha Theta, Quadrangle, and Inter- fraternity Council. OFFICERS RICHARD HEFFINGTON President BASKIN LANDERS : Vice-President JACK SPENCER Treasurer GEORGE BRIGGS Recording Secretary I. W. MAY Corresponding Secretary MEMBERS Actives: William Allison Jesse Ayres Joe Booth, 111 George Briggs William Buckler Herbert Bullord Julius demons Joe Connoughton Raymond Cope Carroll Dailey Paul Davidson John Echols Gus Friant Maxie Heath Richard Heffington Sehon Holmgren Robert Jones Joe Kern John Kern Paul King Boskin Landers Wilson Landers William Lumpkin I. W. May Dave Mayo Paul Meeks Albert Middleton Carl Moore Charles Morgan Jack Morrow Robert Murphy Ed Murray Raymond McMath Donald McRae Kenneth Nail Donald Purvis Curtis Rivers Jack Shehadi Jack Spencer Kendrick Streets Roy Sturkie William Thompson Robert Unkenholz Claude Vines Hibbert Weathers Roy White James Wright Pledges Howard Bebber Frank Bently Delisle Black Hugh Harmon Dan Helms Richard Hill Billy Land Johnny Little Don Logan Robert Lumpkin Jerry Lushington Charles Moss Johnny McDonald Frank Ogden Charles Olgiati Julian Pierson Marion Roy Gene Studstill Geoff Smith Ed Thompson Bill Walker Robert Weaver Phillip Welch Charlie Wilson Faculty: Mr. Marion Coley Mr. Howard Folts Prof. Whitley McCoy Mr. Paul Newell A Delt Dreamer ' s Holiday f ' -J I 1 .m f 1 .-as. Allison Ayres Bebber Bentley Black Booth Briggs Buckler Bullard demons Cope Doiley Davidson Friont Harmon Heath Heffington Helms Hill Holmgren Jones Kern, J. M. Kern, J. P. King Land Landers, H. Landers, W. Little Logon Lumpkin, R. Lumpkin, W. Lushington May Mayo Meeks Middleton Moore Morgan Morrow Moss Murphy Murray McDonald McMath McRae Noll Ogden Olgioti Pierson Purvis Roy Rivers Shehadi Smith Spencer Streets Studstill Sturkie Thompson Unkenholz Walker Weaver Welch White Wilson Wright Vines DELTA TAU DELTA CELEBRATED ITS TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR ON BAMA CAMPUS Page 291 kappa alpha ALPHA BETA CHAPTER Founded in 1885, Alpha Beta chapter of Kappa Alpha Order has become well-known for its Southern gentlemen and mint juleps. Once a year in the Spring, the Confederacy is reborn when the KA ' s entertain with their Old South Boll. On January 19 a Convivium Dinner was held celebrating General Robert E. Lee ' s birthday. A faculty tea and Senior Banquet were also given. During football season, the Rose Formal was sponsored by Kappa Alpha at the Hollywood Country Club in Birmingham. Al- ways outstanding in athletics, the Kappa Alpha ' s won the championship in Bowling, Volleyball, and League Football, second place in Horseshoes, Basketball Free-Throw, Rotating Trophy, and third place in Basketball and Ping-Pong. The KA ' s have now won the rotating trophy four out of five years, and the 1950 Homecoming decoration trophy. Prominent men from the KA house are Oakley Melton, ODK, Jasons, Quad- rangle, Druids and Cotillion Club; Davis Yeuell, Quadrangle, President of Druids, and Jasons; Gocdioe Rutland, Jasons, Quadrangle, Druids, and President of YMCA; and Hugh Locke, ODK, and President of Law School. OFFICERS J. N. HOLT , President JOHN W. DONALDSON Vice-President BRAD B. BAILEY Secretary HOFFORD TODD Treasurer Actives: William K. Allen Brad B. Bailey Kenneth A. Barnes W. M. Beosley James Lawrence Booth Lawrence Brice Edwin L. Brobston Richard S. Bullock Austin M. Cohill Clyde W. Calloway Ernest S. Combell Daniel W. Carm!chael Ben M. Childers Walter D. Coker William B. Compton Carl B. Crumpler Miles F. Daly James E. Davis Ebb B. Durrette Richard P. Dominick John W. Donaldson William J. Edwards Walter W. Eppes William B. Fife John H. Francis Henry G. Fitts Harry Giovanni John R. Horris John N. Holt William D. Hudson Clarence Y. Huff John G. Johnston Arthur A. Jones Fate W. Jones William O. Kenan Walton W. Kingsberry John R. Lester Hugh A. Locke Joseph A. Lowmon Ronald C. Lonergon 1 homos R. Lumpkin Freeland H. Magruder Roy Hunt Manly William L. Mason Daniel J. Meador Jomes A. Melton Oakley W. Melton, III , Jr. MEMBERS Paul L. Millirons William T. Mitchell, Jr. Robert W. Moriarty William McCollough William J. McDaniel David L. McElroy Frank B. McKenzie Turrenne Newell James B. Noel, Jr. James B. Owens, Jr. George D. Palmer, III Stanley Pork, Jr. James O. Potton, Jr. Eldridge R. Plowden, Jr. David G. Pooley Marvin Rex Ronkln Robert J. Russell Wilmer T. Rutland Ferrell S. Ryan Roy W. Scholl, Jr. Bedford F. Scale Frank C. Selby, Jr. Maxwell J. Shipp Robert D. Slttason, Jr. W George R. Smith, Jr. Witlard A. Snyder Alan E. Stuart William A. Stone Julius E. Talton George P. Taylor Benjamin F. Teal Edward H. Todd Paschal G. Upton Harold M. Vandervoort William D. Vinzant Denson Word Jesse O. Weotherly James L. Williams Eugene F. Williamson Roy O ' Reor Wyatt Thomas K. Yordley H. Davis Yeuell Pledges: James A. Alexander Jasper K. Champion Allen D. Collins Thomas M. Culpepper Donald F. Edwards Jim L. Forr Donald H. Fuller Rayburn C. Homer Charles B. Howell John B. Jordan William L. Mason Robert F. Montgomery Thomas C. Moxley William K. McAdory William H. Porter John K. Sherling Nick W. Stevens Charles S. Stirling William Edward Thomas William H, Traeger Faculty: Mr. Ernest Williams Dr. Robert W. Wallace Mr. Charles Moore Dean Noble B. Hendrix Rev. George Murray Captain Myers, ROTC Major Davey, ROTC Beasley Brice Brobston Bullock Champion Childers Coker Collins Eppes File Fitts Francis Fuller Giovanni Harris Holt Lester Lonergan Lowmon Lumpkin Mogruder Manly Mason Meador McKenzie Owens Polmer Park Patton Plowden Pooley Porter Sittason Smith Stone Stuart Tolton Teal Thomas Todd Traeger Compton Crumpler Culpepper Dominick Donaldson Durrette Edwards, D. Edwards, W. Homer Howell Huff Johnston Jones, A. Jones. W. Jordan Kenan Melton Millirons Mitchell Moriorty Moxley McAdory McCollough McElroy Rankin Russell Rutland Ryan Scholl Seole Sherling Shipp Upton Vondervoort Vinzant Word Weotherly Williams Wyatt Yordley Yeuell KAPPA ALPHA ATHLETIC RECORD FOUR ALL-SPORTS TROPHIES IN FIVE YEARS Page 293 kappa nu PI CHAPTER mz The Alabama chapter of Kappa Nu received its charter on May 21, 1921. For several years, the local chapter maintained an organization but did not own fraternity house. During the height of economic diffi- culties, however, this chapter made the biggest step it hod ever made in firmly establishing itself on the campus. In 1931, through the aid of the graduates, members, and the school authorities, the present chapter house was constructed. Foremost in the chapter ' s history has been its scholarship record. The Alabama chapter has held the scholarship cup award annually for seven different years since 1921. Outstanding events of the past year included the Valentine Week-end, Parents ' Day in May, and Founders ' Day in May. In sports Kappa Nu has always been a contender for top honors. Well-known Kappa Nu ' s include Melvin Weber, President of the Commerce Association; Rubin Franco, ODK and Who ' s Who; Gerry Berger, Spirit Planning Committee; and Richard Litt, Marvin Bearmon, Charles Feigelson, and Joe Handwerger, members of Phi Eta Sigma. Pi was again tops in scholarship for the Fall quarter. OFFICERS JACK BERMAN President MARVIN HURVICH Vice-President STANLEY LAPIDUS :r Secretary BERNARD MALKOVE Treasurer MEMBERS Actives: Aivin Jerome Bearmon Marvin Bearmon Merie Jock Berman Richard Jerry Berman Irving I. Bern Melvin Bernstein Walter Brenner Poul Buchmon Lean Copouano David Dubermon Charles Feigelson Gene Feigelson Robert Fierman Robert Forgash Edward Franco Rubin Franco Harris Friedlander Lov ell Friedman Ira Gelb Lionel Gordon Maury Gurwitch Bernard Hanon Joseph Handwerger Marvin Hurvich Jock Joffre Nathan Kahn Elvin Konter Philip Kanter Ira Kline Stanley Lapidus Robert Lewis Richard Erwin Litt Bernard Molkove Burton Olshan Raymond Oppenheim N. L. Pizitz Harold Rittenberg Vernon Rosenthol Gilbert Routmon Ellas Sedlin Henry Sherry Ralph Sokol Chaim Sternbach Leon Toronto Melvin Weber Paul Yonuck Pledges: Harry Asman Raymond Berlin Jack Bern Bernard Block Raymond Cohen Louis Arno Cooper Daniel Franco Ronald Goldberg Leon Gordon Bernard Greenberg Raoul J. Harris Paul Kantor Gordon B. Kahn Michael Lubel Maurice Joseph Stanley Routmon Irving Weintraub Al Oder Maxwell Oppenheimer Kappa Nu trophy inspection jijgkji 1 im :H HVf r ttt jiHJ fel Asman Bearman, A. Bearman, M. Berlin Berman, M. Berman, R. Bern, I. Bern, J. Block Bernstein, M. Brenner Buchman Cohen Cooper Duberman Feigelson, C. Feigelson, G. Fiermon Franco, D. Franco, E. Franco, R. Friedlonder Friedman Gelb Goldberg Gordon, L. Gordon, L. Greenberg Gurwitch Hanan Handwerger Harris Hurvich Joseph Kohn, G. Kohn, N. Kanter, E. Konter, P. Kantor Kline Lapidus Lift Lewis Lubel Malkove Olshan Oppenheim Pizitz Rittenberg Rosenthal Routmon, G. Routman, S. Sedlin Sherry Sokol Sternbach Toronto Weber Weintraub Yanuck KAPPA NU HAS WON FRATERNITY SCHOLARSHIP CUP SEVEN TIMES SINCE J 92 J Page 295 kappa Sigma BETA CHAPTER The 80th Anniversary of Beta chapter of Kappa Sigma was observed at their Founders ' Day Banquet on December 10. The highlight of Kappa Sig activity was their Black and White Formal in Foster Auditorium. Other events cramming their social calendar were: the Beta-Beta Eta Boll held in Birmingham on December 2, Masquerade Ball, and Christmas Dance— all held at the chapter house. Kappa Sigs active in campus activity are Charles Pelhom, President of Theta Tau, President of Senior Engineering Class, Engineer- ing Representative to SGA, St. Pat ' s Executive Council; Dick Chambers, Druids, Phi Eta Sigma, Vice-President, Alpha Phi Omega, Spirit Planning Committee; Dudley O ' Neal, Phi Alpha Delta, Homecoming Committee, Men ' s Spirit Committee,- Charles Skeen, Druids, President, Phi Eta Sigma, Men ' s Spirit Committee; and Caldwell DeBardeleben, Druids, Phi Eta Sigma, and Alpha Phi Omega. OFFICERS JOE HOCKLANDER , Grand Master DALE ANDERSON Grand Procurotor CHARLES SKEEN Grand Master of Ceremony JAMES FOLSOM Grand Treasurer CHARLES PELHAM Grand Scribe MEMBERS William W. Allen Dale Anderson James L. Barnes Robert D. Beosley James W. Bell William T. Bilbro Ben T. Blackmon Fred R. Brown John H. Burton Roy L. Campbell Robert P. Chalker Richard L. Chambers Don Chirafisi David R. Coley Jasper Collins Thomos N. Crawford Caldwell DeBardeleben Arthur Edmondson James B. Ezell James M. Foil Robert E. Finch James A. Folsom Conny Gates Luther P. Cause Jack H. Gibbs Fred S. Hagen William S. Holsey Julius J. Gordon Andrew Hagen William A. Hamilton Glynn Harris Frank M. Hawkins William E. Hays Robert L. Hayes William J. Hayes Butler P. Hine Joe M. Hocklander Joe P. Hughes Lawrence S. Johnson Robert H. Johnson William B. Joiner Jock King Sam Lawrence Ernest Leatherwood James Mardis Jack Mills Don Mize C. J. Murphy Pot Murray William E. McClellan Dudley O ' Neal Cristie G. Poppas Frank Patton Clyde F. Patterson Charles P. Pelhom H. Joseph Pierson Alvin Prestwood W. G. Price William B. Pritchett Warren L. Roper Thod Salmon Allison Semmes F. E. Short Charles E. Skeen Joe F. Sollie Fred H. Stevens Lee Taylor William Theris Fred T. Towne William A. Tuck Dallas N. Vickers William E. Vickers Gaston White Tom Wilkins Pledges: Billy R. Christopher Fred Clifford Donald P. Evans Jack Garner Jack L. Gebbard Richard Giesman John Goehring Glenn Jackson Rufus Lee Milton Moore Robert McClellan Joe McClure Raymond Poppas Hayes Pornell Fleming Rowell Robert G. Tate Faculty: Dean W. F. Adams Dr. T. G. Andrews L. J. Nations Dr. R. E. Tidwell Good time had by all V Hv f ' - rS M m ' I a t J I ' J- O. C f) f j f 1 U Hl f " Ijvl P f5 ' Allen Anderson Barnes Beasley Bell Blockmon Burton Campbell ChoJker Chambers Chirofisi Christopher Co ley Collins Crawford DeBordeleben Edmondson Ezell Fail Finch Folsom Garner Gates Gause Giesman Goehring Hogan Hamilton Harris Hayes, R. Hayes, W. Hays Hine Hocklander Hughes Jackson Johnson Joiner King Leatherwood Mardis Mize Murphy Murray McClellon, R. McClellan, W. McLure O ' Neal Pornell Patterson Pelham Price Prestwood Pritchett Roper Rowell Salmon Semmes Short Skeen Stevens Tote Taylor Towne Tuck Vtckers D. Vickers, W. White t ' 1 1 80TH ANNIVERSARY WAS OBSERVED BY KAPPA SIG AT FOUNDERS ' BANQUET Page 297 lambda chi alpha ALPHA PHI ZETA CHAPTER An invigorated social program, keeping the usual high rank in athletics, and continued em- phasis on scholarship, received most of Lambda Chi Alpha ' s attention during the year. The Fall quorter started off with house dances, a Halloween Ball, and a Barn Dance, followed by the four-chapter formal in Birmingham after the Auburn football gome. Later in the year, social events were high- lighted by the annual Hawaiian Luau, the formal in Foster, an apple-polishing party, and a Founders ' Day celebration. Added to sports trophies were runner-up cups for basketball. Softball, and volley ball. The scholarship program, which had raised Lambda Chi ' s grades to fourth on the campus, was bolstered. Hobson Adcock led the Lambda Chi wheels with membership in ODK, Who ' s Who, Phi Delta Phi, and Farrah Order. Harry Mitchell, Business Manager of the Crimson- White and President of Westminster Foundation was chosen by ODK, Jasons, Quadrangle and Rho Alpha Tau. Others prominent on the campus were Ted Bryan, Jim Youngblooo, Frank Evans, Sam Harvey, and Ottis Powell. Truly, Lambda Chi Alpha is well represented on the University campus. OFFICERS TED BRYAN President JIM HARWOOD Vice-President LEON ADAIR Secretary LAMAR FREEMAN Treasurer Actives: Leon Adair Hobson Adcock Charles Armstrong Harold Bain Jack Bains Tommy Boll Bill Blankenship Paul Boutwell Bob Brolund Ted Bryan Bob Cannon Don Carnes Dwight Castleberry Joe Clifton George Cole Bob Coleman David Cotter Frank Cotter Dick Courtney Bill Enloe Frank Evans Jack Evans Lamar Freeman Dick George Basil Gilchrist Jack Guyton Bob Harrington Sam Harvey Jim Horwood Paul Hassell Mike Hayes Harold Henderson Ted Holden Jim Holloway Jim Hudson Bill James Buddy Johnsey Felton Johnson Bill Kerlin Herb Kiesling Harold Knight Dick Larimer Roy Loseter MEMBERS Robert E. Lee Charles LeMoster Hope Marshall John Martin Tommy Merrill Buddy Merritt Harry Mitchell Jim Morrow Frank McArdle Ford McElvain Kenny Nellums Claude Nelson Joe Nelson Tommy Noble Hubert Norris Jim O ' Haro Bill O ' Lenick Bill Paden Glenn Partin Rex Pass Leroy Paul Billy Payne f ' Robert Pennington Ralph Pope Ottis Powell Frank Savage Walter Smith Harry Stahmer Walker Stewart Winters Stone Bill Suits John Summers Ben Vallely Jack Wisdom Jim Youngblood Pledges: Jimmy Amon Alan Cochrane Tim Deason Dolan Eargle Neal Ford Walter Forster Joe Garrison Bob Gaston Don Grant Lem Johnson Billy Jollit Edward Kretzschmar Poss Layden Carl Merrill Allen Nelson Bill Oldocre Gilbert Revel Gene Roberts Wade Savage Jimmy Smith Faculty: L, D. Boylan Brooks Forehand Jess H. Howton Carl Jemison Henry J. Sikir Joe Williams Stewart Tinsley Hosmer T. Robison Take off them thar masks! 1 f ! !», « , « muj p! 1 a f a e » cv Adair Adcock Amon Armstrong Bain Bains Blankenship Boulwell Bryan Cannon Castieberry Cochrane Cole Coleman Deason Eargle Enloe Evans Ford Forster Freeman Gaston George Grant Harrington Harvey Harwood Hassell Holden Hudson James Johnsey Johnson Joilit Kerlin Kiesling Knight Larimer Loseter Layden Lee Marshall Merritte Mitchell Morrow McArdle Nellums Nelson Noble Norris Partin Pass Paul Payne Powell Roberts Savoge Smith, J. Smith, W. Stewart Stone Suits Vollely Wisdom Youngblood C - W BUSINESS MANAGER HARRY MITCHELL IS A MEMBER OF LAMBDA CHI Page 299 phi delta theta I ALABAMA ALPHA CHAPTER Phi Delta Theta was founded nationally at Miami University, Ohio, in 1848. Ala- bama Alpha chapter planted its roots in 1877, and since that time has been in continuous operation. The chapter numbers among its alumni many notable industrialists, financiers, and professional men throughout the State and the South. As al- ways, the Phi Delt ' s were active in the social aspect of campus life this past year, entertaining at home with a Halloween Party, a Christmas Party, a Backwards Party, and a Spring Get-together, and away from home with an Orchid Ball at the Pickwick Club in Birmingham and Christmas Dance at the Beauvoir Country Club in Montgomery. Ably representing the Phi Delt ' s on the campus are Junius Smith, Secretary-Treas- urer of SGA, ODK, Jasons, Quadrangle, Who ' s Who; Allen Reynolds, past president of ODK, Phi Delta Phi, and Who ' s Who; and Jimmy Weatherly, Philos, Homecoming Committee, and Rammer Jammer Staff; Arlen Carpenter, Spirit Committee and Bama Day Committee. OFFICERS ALBERT WATKINS President JESSE WILSON Secretary HENRY MOORER Warden CHARLES COBB Treasurer MEMBERS Actives: Ben Moore Botes George H. Bailey Charles E. Bonks Robert H. Bowron, Jr. Eugene W. Brobston Boiling Brooks Alton R. Brown, Jr. Richard Buchanon Edmund R. Cannon, Jr. Charles R. Cobb Jeff R. Cobb Harry Joshua Coons, Jr. Charles A. Crute Chris DeGroffenreid Marshall J. DeMouy Mason Dlllard John Forrest Dillon, IV James A. Dcwney, III Corky Downs James H. Dunklin William Curdts Fitzpotrick William A. Grant, Jr. Dudley Williamson Griffin William H. Griffin Willis C, Hogon Francis N. Higgins Cholly Hopper Greer Mack Horton, Jr. Richard Cheek Humphrey Thomas E. Jacobs Richard L. Jeffers, Jr. John T. Kerr Robert Lokey Robert J. Long Tuck Lum Philip Mangum Paul V. Macon Tom Martin F. M. R. Morchesseou Frank S. McGehee Townley B. McGiffert Richard H. Moses Henry Derrell Moorer Ned Mudd Ted Neilson Stump O ' Neill Vann Perkins William Lee Roe, Jr. John Porter Neol P. Powell William S. Pritchord, Jr. J. Allen Reynolds, Jr. Charles B. Robinson Edward Tisdale Souls James O. Screven John M. Shackleford Junius B. Smith, Jr. Samuel R. Stephenson Otto Frederick Stock, Jr Frank S. Stone Thomas Toothocker Thomas E. Twitty Albert Wotkins George Webb Fred W. Wilkerson, Jr. Jim Willioms Jesse W. Wilson Dan Winn Basil A. Wood, Jr. Pledges: Claude Curtis Bullock. Jr. Doyol Arlen Carpenter John T. Dale ■ John W. Durr Edwin A. Gentry Williom Dawson Graves, III Hoyt E. Harbin, Jr. Bob Lowry, Jr. Hugh A. Morrow Curtis Maley Ncrdon, Jr. James H. Norris, Jr. Gordon Persons, Jr. Linton S. Selmon Fred Henry Taylor, II James Cloy Weatherly, Jr. Hugh D. White, Jr. Faculty: Mr. Robert Teague Mr. George Webb Mr. Marshall DeMouy Bailey Brooks Brown Carpenter Cobb, C. Cobb, J. Coons Dale Dillard Dillon Durr Fitzpatrick Grant Graves Griffin Harbin Higgins Hopper Horton Humphrey Jeffers Lokey Long Lowry Lum Macon Mangum Moorer Moses Neilson Nordon Norris O Neill Penfield Perkins Persons Poe Porter Pritchord Reynolds Sauls Selmon Smith Stephenson Stock Stone Taylor Watkins Weatherly Williams Wilson Winn Wood PARTY, PARTY - THAT ' S WHAT WE ' RE HERE FOR; THAT ' S WHAT WE DO Poge 301 phi gamma delta THETA CHAPTER Theta of Phi Gamma Delta at the University of Alabama has hod ninety-four years of successful fraternity life. Founded at Washington and Jeffer- son College in 1848, Phi Gam established itself at ' Bama nine years later and thus the local chapter became the sixth oldest chapter in the nation. It is the second oldest fraternity at the Capstone and was the first to build along the now famed " Fraternity Row. " Traditionally the Phi Gams open the Spring Social whirl with their annual dance in Foster Auditorium. Their " Roarin ' Twenties " party of the Fall and the " Fiji Island " party of late Spring combined with a Christmas party for needy children make their social calendar well-rounded. Prominent Phi Gams include Dr. John M. Gallalee, President of the University; Colonel Maurice Stubbs, head of the ROTC unit; and Gordon Palmer, Tuscaloosa banker and member of the University of Alabama Board of Trustees. Outstanding undergraduate members of the chapter include Ed O ' Connell, Interfraternity Council President; McLin Humpidge, Quadrangle President; and Doug Lanford, Assistant Editor, 1950 Corolla. James H. Newman, Dean of Administration, is a Phi Gam. OFFICERS ALBERT WYNN President CHARLES THOMAS Recording Secretary WILLIAM EDWARDS Corresponding Secretary RUFUS BETHEA Treasurer MEMBERS Actives: Donald Carter Boiley Walter Harwell Bailey, Jr. Charles Baker George Barnett Rufus Hogood Betheo Loyal Blackwood Charles Cronford Warren Baker Crow P. A. DeVore Dan O ' Connell Dowe Robert Avon Drew William A. Edwards Hugh Douglas Ferris James Emory Flurry Joseph Gamble Tappon G. Green Donald Handley Thomos Henry Hancock Michael Howorth Robert Hendrix Carey Ferguson Hollingsworth, Jr. Carrol Hutto Robert Hunter Paul Howse McLin Humpidge Roy Kracke E. Douglas Lanford E. C. Mohood Manly L. Matthews Bradford MacGowan Max McLaughlin John W. McWilliams Claude Moore Robert Morris Dole McWhorter Frank Munn Jack Nolen Edward O ' Connell Lewis Phetteplace William H. Ray Shaler S. Roberts Robert Spivey Frederick Sittason Thomas Selmon Charles Smith Paul Alley Smith John D. Sherrill Joseph Dawson Schoel Charles Thomas John Taylor Albert McConnell Wynn, Jr. William Wynegor Vann Woldrop Joseph White Pledges: John Gibson Baylor Noah C. Bolton George Brooks Lloyd Lee Bryan Benjamin F. Crew Edward Everett Craig Ernest Linwood Deol Edmund Darby Henley Horrell D. Hugeley Robert W. Humpidge Charles Rhodes Jamison Robert Allen Kaybeary Cecil Leslie, Jr. Thad Wolston Matkin Thomas Pope Moseley Rufus Edward Mitchell Von Marcus Robert N. McClung Smith Dovenport Pickett William Shell Hugh Moss Sherer Robert Thorington Michael Whiteside Faculty: Albert R. Biernert Dr. John M. Gollolee Frederick R. Maxwell, Jr. Dr. Ralph McBurney Dean James H. Newman Col. Maurice G. Stubbs Herman L. Trautmon Herbert A. Van Scoy When you were sweet sixteen ■mm % D O dM " 1 " S P W «. T , r ;» - ! % " . ' . 1 ' ff% ?- P Sir ' . . Ki-.i L Bailey, D. Bailey, W. Baker Barnett Baylor Bethea Bolton Bryan Coffee Craig Cranford Crew Crow Deal Drew Edwards Farris Flurry Gamble Green Handley Henley Hollingsworth Howse Huguley Humpidge, M. Humpidge, R. Hunter Hutto Jamison Kobeary Lanford Leslie Lyie Mahood Marcus Matkin Mitchell Morris Moseley Munn MocGowon McLaughlin McWhorter McWilliams Nolen O ' Connell Pickett Ray Roberts Schoel Seiman Shell Sherer Sherrill Sittoson Smith Spivey Taylor Thomas Thorington Woldrop White Wynegor Wynn THETA OF PHI GAM IS THE SECOND OLDEST FRATERNITY ON BAMA CAMPUS Poge 303 phi kappa sigma ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER Since its establishment on the University campus in 1903, Alpha Kappa chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma has been active in all phases of campus life. This year Founders ' Day and Homecoming celebrations were held to- gether. The Phi Kapps further entertained with a Thanksgiv- ing Dance and the climax of their social season was reached with the " Phi Kap Cinderella Ball " given during the Winter quarter in Foster Auditorium. Big men on the campus who call the Phi Kappa Sigma house home ore Maclin F. Morrison, Who ' s Who, Delta Sigma Pi, Law School Representative, Quadrangle; George Kizziah, Alpha Phi Omega, Chairman of Commerce Day, Delta Sigma Pi; Jack Pollard, Cotillion Club, Druids, Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Pi Mu, Theta Tau; and Robert Gunn, Manager of WABP, and Vice-President of Alpha Epsilon Rho. Alpha Kappa chapter played host to the Phi Kappa Sigma 1950 Southern Regional Convention. OFFICERS JOHN J. VANCE President JOSEPH L. GUNTER Vice-President JACK R. POLLARD Second Vice-President ROBERT L. GUNN Chaplain WILLIAM NICHOLS, JR Secretary RAYMOND L. SHIRTZ Treasurer H. WARD GEBHARDT, JR Corresponding Secretary MEMBERS Actives: Luther F. Adams Joe C. Bates, Jr. Joseph L. Box Eugene H. Bradley Beaury C. Burns, Jr. Hugh J. Claussen Hugh W. Downer David M. Enslen George H. Floyd Vernon M. Frazier James G. Gann, Jr. Walter E. Garrett H, Ward Gebhardt, Jr. Don P. Gee Robert L. Gunn, Jr. Joseph L. Gunter William B. Hale Charles G. Haley, Jr. Charles B. Hilton Robert P. Hose John H. Josey George E. Kizziah James L. Klinfelter Tofey Leon, Jr. Earl L. Mitchell Harold D. Mitchell Maclin F. Morrison Stanley L. Napier William C. Nichols. Jr. William G. O ' Rear Jack R. Pollard Rojert E. Seabury Raymond L. Shlrtz A. Leftv ' ich Sinclair, III Emory D. Steele Ira N. Sv ingle, Jr. Russell Turberville John J. Vance Leon M. Waite, III William L. Webb Pledges: J. Edwin Andrews Harold Berry Jock M. Brown Manuel Constantine James M. Davis Joe H. Dobbs Wallace P. Dodson James R. Dowis William U. Galloway James E. Godwin Leigh Harrison James D. Holmes William Isreal William R. Lane, Jr. James Malone Byron Mathews J. W. Mitchell E. Richard Ober Charles F. Pridmore William M. Shivers, Jr. J. Clifton Stone William M. league, IV Edwin Thornton Wilson C. Van Pelt William H. Watson James Wilson Faculty: Roger Busfield Howard D. Goodson Henry D. Harrison M. Leigh Harrison Holman Head Gerald Little Robert H. Van Voorhis Well, you see — it was like this ■f i o p c r Andrews Bates Berry Bradley Brown Burns Constantine Davis Dobbs Dodson Dowis Enslen Frazier Galloway Gann Garrett Gebhardt Gee Godwin Gunn Gunter Hale Haley Holmes Hose Kizziah Klinefelter Lane Leon Malone Mathews Mitchell Morrison Nickols Ober Napier Pollard Pridmore Shirtz Shivers Steele Stone Swingle league Thornton Tuberville Vance VanPelt Woite Watson Webb Wilson BOB GUNN, WABP STATION MANAGER, IS PHI KAPPA SIG REPRESENTATIVE Poge 305 pi kappa alpha GAMMA ALPHA CHAPTER Pi Kappa Alpha made its initial appearance on the University of Alabama campus on October 3, 1923. Gamma Alpha chapter, in its twenty-five years on this campus, has always been among the top in activities. More Pikes have served as presidents of the student body than have members of any other fraternity on campus. During the aca- demic school year, events worthy of interest included the annual Homecoming Garnet and Gold Ball at Fort Brandon Armory, and a housewarming on January 28 that was open to the public. Personalities well known on the campus in- clude Jerry Stapp, Who ' s Who, President Pro Tem Student Legislature; Theo Mitchelson, President of Jasons and a mem- ber of Beta Gamma Sigma,- John Curlee, Student Legislature, Philos, and Jasons; Harold Wall, Outstanding Freshman,- and Bo Brice, President of Rho Alpha Tau. The Pikes were winners of the Interfraternity Basketball Championship. OFFICERS JOHN CURLEE President CHARLES TYNDAL Vice-President HERB CARNATHAN Secretary FRED WATERS Treasurer Actives: J. David Abernethy Robert H. Adair Robert M. Alton, Jr. Clint D. Anderson Charles E. Binion Gordon E. Blockwell Wallace J. Boothby James A. Brice Hiram Brogden Herbert G. Cornathan James Carr Richard C. Carter Roy W. Cherry Robert Coats William O. Cole Robert M. Collins Richard R. Cook Joseph C. Cosby Chris Crawford James H. Crawford John C. Curlee C. Wesley Day Al De Poor Worren C. Duke Charles A. Fell Henry P. Fell Billy L. Floyd Jimmie D. Deorman Richard Fulton W. Walton Garrett Talbert Griffin R. Meade Guy D. Sanders Hardy Lyman F. Holland Allen U. Hollis George W. Howell William C. Howton Donald R. Jones James L. Kassner Frederick L. Kelly C. Harold Ladner A. Edward Lilley Roy Leon Mauldin David L. May E. Pellam McDonald George Michaels William Miller Theo K. Mitchelson Theron H. Moss MEMBERS Buck Newman William J. Ogden Howard Petty Nothonial F. Perkins Gilbert Pearsall Paul Putman Hosmer Roberson William Rogers William Russell Sam R. Shannon Reginald S, Shepherd John Horton Smith Al Smith Scott Smith Jerry Stapp James Stivender H. Edward Thomas Joseph T. Turner Robert Turner Charles M. Tyndoi Edward C. Tyndal Bobby G. Villar Charles W. Wakefield Harold D. Wall William Walton Joseph F. Watkins Fred P. Waters Bob W. Webb Guy B. Wilder Pledges: L. Murray Alley Hugh Ballard Richard Barr Turner G. Batley Walter T. Berry Bo Brice Hugh Bostick John Covin John Cherry Robert Christian Ted Coward William Fincher Edward Graham Hobarf Grooms Burt Gullatt Ronald V. Gunter Kenneth Joyce Lloyd Johnson George McCain Rudolph McMurroy George Mahoney Robert Mann Raymond May Robert Miller Tommy Moore Donald Oakley Jack Phillips James Popwell Clyde Roddom Alton Rockett Lee Scruggs Willicm Sexton James H. Strickland William Thead William T. Thomas Fred Williams George E. Williams Robert Wood Jack Zahner Faculty: Mr. J. Frank Livingston Dr. Alton O ' Steen Dr. Jock Montgomery Mr. Malcomb Laney Mr. Harold E. Smolley Dream Girl of PiKA f lH Miy p 9 f »- ■ f r flii ' {jyi i V f » Adair Alley Alton Anderson Ballard Borr Batley Berry Binion Blackwell Christian Coots Cole Collins Cook Cosby Coward Crawford, J. Crawford, T. Curlee Griffin Grooms Gullatt Gunter Guy Hardy Holland Hollis Howell Howton May, R. Michaels Miller, J. Miller, W. Mitchelson Moore Moss McDonald McMurray Newmon Oakley Shannon Shepherd Smirh, A. Smith, J. H. Smith, S. G. Stopp Strickland Thead Thomas, H. Thomas, W. Turner Boothy Bostick Brice, F. Brice, J. Brogden Carnathon Carr Carter Covin Cherry Day Dearman DeFoor Duke Fell Fincher Floyd Fulton Garrett Graham Johnson Jones Joyce Kassner Kelley Lodner Lilley Mahoney Mann Mauldin May, D. Ogden Perkins Petty Popwell Putman Roberson Rockett Roddam Rogers Scruggs Sexton Tyndal, C. Tyndol, E. Villar Wall Walton Waters Webb Wilder Williams, F. William, G. Wood GAMMA ALPHA HAS INITIATED MORE THAN 500 PIKES SINCE FOUNDING IN ' 24 Page 307 pi kappa phi OMICRON CHAPTER Since its establishment at the Capstone in 1917, Omicron of Pi Kappa Phi has become the largest chapter in the national fraternity. The Pi Kopp Formal in Foster opened the Fall social season on the campus, led by Miss Betty Pride, the fraternity ' s Star. A Founders ' Day conclave was held at Auburn on December 10 in conjunction with the two other Alabama chapters. Pi Kopps won three trophies in four days in the Spring of 1949, Fraternity Soft- ball championship, Alabama-Auburn Intramural softball championship, and the Wesley cup for church attendance. The Summer Volleyball championship added another trophy. Pi Kappa Phi also contri buted many men to positions of leadership on the campus, including SGA Vice-President Charles Porter, Corolla Editor Bill Myrick, and Band Captain Eugene Cartledge. Bamo Day Chairman Al Turner, OIlie Na- bors, Porter, and Myrick were named to Who ' s Who. OFFICERS ALTON TURNER Archon ROBERT L. BOWERS Treasurer MACK MATTHEWS Secretary LUTHER B. OWENS Historian EDWIN E. DAVIS Chaplain A. VINCENT BROWN rT Warden MEMBERS AcMves: William L Abbott Joe W. Adkins Ross C. Albert Harold L. Baker M. Jack Beasley Frank D. Benson Robert L. Bowers A. Vincent Brown Fox H. Brunson George Cameron Eugene Cartledge Joe Cassady James Childs Edwin E. Davis Homer Davis Floyd Fitts Ed Fowler Andrew J. Gay Thomas V. Gilbert Doston Gurganus Jim Harkins John D. Helms James Jackson Albert H. Jacobs Wilbur G. Johnson Jake B. Kennington John W. Lanham Mack Matthews Charles Minor William O. Myrick L. G. McClenney OIlie W. Nobors Luther B. Owens Frank H. Pharaoh Charles Porter William Skelton H. E. Smith J. Max Spann James O. Stine Joseph Stowers Julian Stuckey Julius Stuckey Edward Stutts Alton Turner Jack H. Walker Buey Ward John C. Watkins Buren E. Wells Durell Whiddon Calvin Whitesell Pledges: Bobby Boggs John Cathey Billy J. Collier T. W. Collier Richard Cowort William T. Creel Pat Cross William T. Gaskil! Will Gieger Wilbur Goodman Tom Grammas Frank Hanvey Ed Ray Hembree Alex Holtsford Bobby Hooten Frank Johnson Hugh Munro Bill Nelson Bobby Propst Joel Robinson Chad Skaggs Edd Snoddy Howard Stringer Bill Stokes Ed E. Truitt Kerlin Travis Benton White Robert Woltman Elwin Woods Faculty: Dr. Langston Hawley Mr, George Howard Dr. C. L. Seebeck Dr. W. Stanley Hoole Fred Hallmark Henry A. Leslie Walter Meeks Pi Kopp Champagne Party m »» EH B a B a p . h D ' ft — %- ' t- 1 . « - m Kfeii I 1 1 a fl D L J tJkL .lE:!! • . :u Abbott Adkins Albert Baker Beasiey Benson Boggs Bowers Brown Cameron Cortledge Cassady Cothey Childs Collier, B. Collier, T. Cowart Davis, E. Davis, J. Fowler Gaskill Gieger Gilbert Goodman Gurganus Hanvey Hcrkins Hembree Hooton Jackson Jacobs Johnson, F. Johnson, W. Kennlngton Matthews Minor Munro Myrick Nabors Nelson McClenny Owens Pharaoh Porter Propst Robinson Skoggs Skelton Smith Snoddy Spann Stokes Stowers Stringer Stuckey, J. A. Stuckey, J. E. Stutts Travis Truitt Turner Walker Ward Watkins Whiddon White Whitesell Wells Woltman Woods PI KAPPS SET ACTIVITY RECORD WITH THREE NEW TROPHIES IN FOUR DAYS Poge 309 Sigma alpha epsilon ALABAMA MU CHAPTER As another year rolled by, the SAE ' s had put the finishing touches on the building drive that should produce, in the very immediate future, a new house and memorial for the mother chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Their outstanding social events for the year were the Home- coming Dance, ' Possum Hunt, the Block and White Formal in Birmingham, Little Sister Party, Mordi Gras Party, Founders ' Day Banquet, and several spring picnics. Outstanding SAE ' s in campus activities this year were Albert Copeland, Phi Etc Sigma, Druids, Cotillion Club, Quadrangle, Ja:ons, and SGA Executive Committee; Emory Folmar, Druids, Business Manager of the Rammer Jammer,- and Ted Copeland, Druids, and Ad- vertising Manager of the Corolla. Walter Bonny was tapped by Phi Beta Kappa. OFFICERS JOE BROWN President DAVID CULVER Vice-President TED COPELAND ' . Secretary ELBERT WHITE Treasurer Actives: Bryant Allen Bill Balentine Jim Barton Richard Belser Billy Bishop Sam Blair Walter Bonny Foster Bradley Jim Brondis Bill Brittain Joe Brown Fred Burns Dick Burton Tommy Caldwell David Calhoun Don Chapman Sam Choppell Jim Chenowith Vann Chunn Floyd Clark Edward Colebeck Albert Copeland Ted Copeland Poul Crib ins David Culver Charles Culp Bob Deal Jesse Duke Leslie Edwards Jack Elmore Dick Emmett Clifford Emonds Jim Farmer Emory Folmar Bill Fowler Walter Fowlkes Al Fulford Jock Gillilond John Gillespy Richard Gaynor Bobby Haas Charles Hall Marion Honahon Creshull Harrison Clifford Herren Durwood Hodges Jim Hood Perry Hooper Paul Horton Bob Howard Roderick Hughes Robbie James Jeff Jeffery MEMBERS Jess Keller Jack King Judson Londrum Bill Lanning Don Lothem Victor Lee Tommy Lindsey Pitt Maner Clyde Magnuson Lee Meriweather Billy Middlebrooks Joke Moose Edgar McCollum Holt McDowell Jock McGowin Vernon Newman Walter Nichols V. G. Oliver Walter Oliver Gilbert Palmer Leighton Pornell Shine Peebles Sam Peeples Pierre Pelham Bill Petree Jock Plylar Key Powell James Rotllff Richard Reynolds William Rudulph Bob Ruffin T. D. Semple Phil Sheoly Ted Sheoly Joe Sledge Sam Smith Tom Smith Jim Stothart Edward Steele John C. Tyson John M. Tyson Bob Van Dyke Bob Vann Kip Wodsworth D. S. Walker Moultsby Waller Elbert White Edgar Wilkinson Pledges; John Bankheod Walter Black Luke Boykin Archie Carmichael Benton Cogburn Monty Collins Watt Eros Jack Gordon Frank Grove Johnny Gunn Bruce Honahan Don Hawkins Edmond Hughs Jock Minks Jim Mullinex Tom Nosh Bill Pearce Perry Robinson Tommy Thomas Hugh West Jack Winter Faculty: Allen J. Going Mr. William Going Mr. A. M. Kennedy Mr. Edward Kimbrough Mr. Gerald Little Dr. R. I. Little Dr. John R. McLure SAE ' s merry, mirthful MardI Gras ' JKI I » ' ■T ' O, ' £1; Mj Balentine Bankhead Black Bonney Boykin Burns Burton Calhoun Cormichael Chappeil Chunn Clark Ccgburn Collins Copelond, A. Copeland, T. Cribbins Gulp Deal Duke Edwards Elmore Eros Former Folmar Fowlkes Fulford Goynor Gillespy Gillllond Gorden Grove Hall Honahan, L. Honohan, M. Hawkins Herren Hooper Horton Howard Hughes, E. Hughes, R. Jeffrey King Landrum Lanning Lee Mognuson Minks Mullinnix McCollum McDowell McGowin Nosh Newman Nichols Oliver, V. Oliver, W. Pearce Peebles Peeples Powell Robinson Rudulph Ruffin Semple Shealy Smith Steele Stolhort Wadsworth Walker Waller West Wilkenson Winter 1_ N£W SA£ HQViSl TO SERVE AS MEMORIAL SHRINE TO THE EIGHT FOUNDERS Page 311 Sigma alpha mu TAU CHAPTER Well distributed throughout the nation are forty-eight chapters of Sigma Alpha Mu. These chapters are the result of eight men, who, on November 26, 1909, met at Commerce College of New York to form a new fraternity. Ten years later, on May 3, 1919, Tau chapter of SAM was founded at the University of Alabama. In its forty years of existence, SAM has risen to its place near the top of fraternity listings in the country, producing many alumni who have risen to notional fame. Morv Pregulman and Benny Friedman, both All-American football players from Michigan; Bill Stern and Marty Glickman, top radio announcers; Bama ' s Andy Cohen and Max Rosenfeld, baseball stars for the New York Giants and Brooklyn Dodgers respectively; and Mel Torme, a favorite of the bobby soxers, ore among SAM ' s outstanding alumni. Tau chapter won the Interfraternity Ping- Pong Championship in the Winter Quarter. OFFICERS CHARLES FESTINGER Prior ALVIN BENDER Vice-Prior JERRY FELDMAN Exchequer WILLIAM SPIRER Recorder Actives: Bernard Aronowitz Alvin Bender Jerome Boorstein Max Brown Harris Cohen Robert Cohn Lawrence Croen Robert Dolowitz Arthur Elios Jerry Feldmon Charles Festinger Frederick Finklestein Herbert Green Hiram Guedolia Leonard Hackmon Norman Hershon Martin Lltwin MEMBERS Robert Lorberbaum Edward Moscowitz Paul Roymon Edwin Ross Donald Ross Stanley Soltzman Martin Shofron Lester Shapiro Howard Sherman Donald Shinbaum William Spirer Morris Steinberg Robert Tobin Chester Yaswen Phillip Warchalzer Pledges; Jock Blum James Blume Joseph Breakstone Murrey Dulberg M. Carle Finke Irwin Fleischer Ronald Freeman Bernard Goodman Robert Harris David Hendler Ellis Lipson Herbert Morris Sheldon Pevsner Robert Strochek William Weissman Faculty: Mr. Martin Wiman Dr. Harry Lipson I said leg-go! Aronowitz Bender Blum Btume Boorstein Breakstone Cohen Cohn Croen Dolcwitz Feldman Festinger Finlce Finkelstein F reeman Goodman Green Hackman Harris Hendler Hershon Lipson Ltlwin Lorberbaum Morris Moscowitz Pevsner Raymon Ross, D. Ross, E. Saltzmcn Shaf ron Shapiro Shinbaum Spirer Tobin Warchaizer Yaswen SAM HAS PRODUCED MANY ALUMNI WHO HAVE RISEN TO NATIONAL FAME Pegs 313 sisma chi IOTA tOTA CHAPTER Once a year everyone flocks to the Sigma Chi lawn for on afternoon of fun at the Sigma Chi Derby. Lovely Miss Madge Barnett was crowned Sweet- heart of Sigma Chi. For the third straight year, Sigma Chi ' s touch football team went through an undefeated season, and the rotating all-sports trophy is now sitting in the White Cross House. The Sigma Chi social season opened with rush week and continued with monthly dances. Outstanding Sigma Chi ' s include Paul Brock, President of ODK, former President of Jasons, Who ' s Who, Business Manager, 1947 Corolla,- Jeff Upshaw, Vice-President of Alpha Epsilon Delta, Druids, Phi Eta Sigma; Lamar Falkner, Philos, Druids, and former News Editor, Crimson-White; and Joe Hargrove, Vice-President, Tau Kappa Alpha, Blackfriars, and Boxing Squad. OFFICERS JEFF UPSHAW Consul WINSTON WATERS Pro Consul BOB HOLLOWAY Annotator WALTER BYARS Quaester MEMBERS Acfives: Jack Adams Jim Anderson Buddy Breen Charles Brooks Max Brown Paul Brock Bill Burton Walter Byors Tom Carlin Joe Chalmers Lew Chorboneou Horry Coots Chick Coleman Ralph Cowan Alan Davidson Jim Denham Bob Esdole Lamar Falkner Ruddy Favre Lamar Gammage Charles Gaston Dick Gibson Jack Giles Roy Graves Moc Greer Billy Greiner Claude Harkins Joe Hargrove Ben Horned Gregg Harris Seab Hayes John Hines Tom Hines Bill Hoffman Charles Hollis Bob Holloway John C. Jamieson Edward Kissel Jim Kissel Jim Longford Carl Longlois Dale Lewis Joe McGowon Dick McPhearson Mike MocKay Cecil Mockey Bob Maxwell Morgon Nealy Alex Newton Paul Owen Frank Owens Walter Peorce Charles Peter Horry Perdue Bill Phillips Chorles RatcMffe John R. Redding Lomor Rencher Bobby Rives Harry Rodgers Earl Rutledge Jim St. John Jack Smith Bill Smyer Ed Speir Bill Stevens Roger Stevens Gene Tolleson Jack Turberville Jeff Upshow Bill Walker Judd Webster J. M. Weldon Winston Waters Dick West Groy Whighom Seaman Williams Jim Wise Ben Wildmon Victor Woodman James A. Woody Pledges Gordon Armstrong Blue Barnett John Bass Jim Becker Carl Booth Pot Chesnutt Jim Clompett Sole Colemon Jock Cummings Sonny Daniels Jim Dockery Bill Dockery Joel Doss Jock Gillom Ed Gray Tom Griffin Herbert Jordan Will Kitchings Jimmy Little Buddy Null Charles Pierce John Proctor Kenneth Skipper Graham Woite Cooter Wetherell Erwin Wilbourne Charles Ivey Williamson Focully: Dr. George H. Denny Dr. Everett Bishop Coach Joe Kilgrow Mr. James Thomas But, St. Nick, where ' s the beard? V 1 if -. f f li L f f) r ■ r ' Ji , - V J, ' ■.:i e p ' " ' SIGMA CHI ' S PAUL BROCK SERVED AS PRESIDENT OF OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Armstrong Barnett Bass Becker Booth Byors Corlin Chorbonneau Clampett Coleman Cowan Cummings Denham Dockery, F. Dockery, J. Falkner Gammage Gaston Giles Gillam Gray Greer Greiner Griffin Hargrove Harkins Horned Harris Hayes Hines, J. Hines, J. T. Hoffman Holloway Jordan Kissel Kitchings Langlcis Lewis Little Maxwell Nealy Newton Owen Owens Perdue Philips Pierce Proctor Ratcliffe Redding Rencher Rutledge Smith Stevens Tolleson Upshow Waite Walker Webster Wetherell Whigham Wilbourne Wildmon Woody Page 315 Sigma nu THETA CHAPTER One of the first fraternities established on the University campus, Theta chapter of Sigma Nu was founded in 1874 and has been outstanding through- out its seventy-six-year history. Student life vv ' os never dull for the boys from the snake house with their social calendar jammed with such social events as the Fall Formal, Winter Formal, Christmas Party, a Theme Party, Shipwreck Party, Spring picnics and the White Rose Formal in April. Another trophy was added to their collection when the Sigma Nu ' s won the horseshoe championship in the Fall. Burns Proctor, Vice-President of Interfraternity Council, Vice-President of the Freshman Class in Law School, Vice-President of Scabbard Blade, Regimental Commander ROTC, Cotillion Club, and Quadrangle, is one of the big wheels who calls the snake house home. Other wheels are Maury Smith, Chairman of the Spirit Planning Committee, Quadrangle; Mollis Geiger, Cheer- leader, Arts and Sciences Representative to SGA; and John Jackson, President of the Senior Class of Arts and Sciences, and Alpha Epsilon Delta. Snakes of ' 51 will have high marks to shoot at. OFFICERS LESLIE LONGSHORE Commander TED FOUNTAIN Lieutenant Commander JOHN ARTHUR HOLMES Secretary ELISHA POOLE Treasurer MEMBERS Actives: Joe Alexander Dick Averyt Joe Bailey Bill Bennett Jim Boyles Don Brunson Thomas Bunlin Bill Burke Tom Cantey Dan Christopher Charlie Cleveland Joseph Davis Noble Diehl Bromley Dyson George Eyraud Sam Ford One Forman Scott Forrester C larence Fountain Ellwood Garrett Horace Garth Bradford Gay Lodd Goodson Mollis Gieger Eugene Graves Jimmy Griffin William Griffin William Hammock William Hay Hugh Hix John Holmes Grigsby Hood Armstead Hudnell Richard Hundlzy William Ivy John Jackson Henry Jordan Edward Lomberth James Little Frank Longshore Leslie Longshore William Longshore John Lyon Joe Macon Robert Mercer William Mickle Thomas Miller Jock Mitchell Richard McDonald Milton McKinney Thomas Ozbirn Edward Poole Elisha Poole Burns Proctor James Robertson William Roland Thomas Sanford Newman Sankey John Ed Scott Jack Shuttleworth Maury Smith Emmett Tarrant Julius Thornton Jack Torbert Pressley Thornton Julian Watters Gilbert Wesley Harold Wesley Pledges: John Astleford Fred Ayres Tom Banks William Carter Charles Daniel Richard Elsom Buck Flowers Dink Lamb Jerry Longshore Neil Myers George McCrary John Oakley Harold Pate Louis Rice Terry Richardson Charles Root James J. Ryan Adger Satterfield Josh Tatum Malcolm Thomas Corey Walker Faculty: Mr. James Foy Mr. Vernon Choffin Dr. A. B. Thomas Sigma Nu Chow line— Navy-style ?!■• p p P P (p p V • Alexander Astleford Averyt Ayres Banks BenneJt Boyles Brunson Buntin Burke Butler Coffee Cantey Carter Christopher Cleveland Daniel Diehl Dyson Elsom Eyraud Flowers Formon Fountain Garrett Gay Goodson Groves Greene Griffin, J. Griffin, W. Hammock Hay Holmes Hood Hudnell Hundley Ivy Jackson Jordan Lam berth Little Longshore, L. Longshore, W. Lyon Macon Mercer Mickle Miller Mi ' chell Myers McCrory McDonald McKinney Oakley Pate Poole, E. Poole, R. Proctor Rice Richardson Roland Root Ryan Sankey Sanford Sotterfield Scott Shuttleworth Smith Tarrant Totum Thomas Thornton Torberf Walker SiGMA NU CLAIM THE 49-50 VICE-PRESIDEJ CY OF INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Page 317 . Sigma phi epsilon ALABAMA BETA CHAPTER Alabama Beta of Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded locally in 1927. The national fraterni- ty, with a total of ninety-nine chapters, was founded in 1901 at Richmond College, Richmond, Virginia. The local chapter plans to erect a new house soon on the new Fraternity Row. Functions during the year included the Golden Heart Ball during the Fall quarter commemorating Founders ' Day, o Christmas party, and the annual Klondike party in the chapter house. A formal The Greek Week The Sig Eps also Homecoming. Be chapter being in Epsilon, and Phi Tau, Scabbard look to a bright dance was also held at the Country Club. Marathon last year was won by a Sig Ep. won the trophy for the largest woodpile for n Green was an outstanding member of the Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Mu Eta Sigma. Billy Hayes was active in Theta Blade, and Interfraternity Council. Sig Eps and prosperous future. OFFICERS JOHN M. LEE, JR. President HORACE G. SANDERS Vice-President ROY M. DRIGGERS Secretary JAMES W. HARRIS, JR .. ' r Comptroller JOHN M. SIMS . Historian AcHves: Floyd E. Boone Lucian Bryo Bell James Roy Breth Floyd O. Collins Rey M. Driggers James M. Gamble Billy M. Garcia Ted P. Griffin James W. Harris, Jr. Charles A. Harvey Billy H. Hayes Samuel T. Johnston Jimmy Kyle John M. Lee, Jr. Joseph P. Lombordo Edmond D. Messer MEMBERS David P. Moses George W. Nelson Francis Clyde Null James L. Reeder Horace G. Sanders William W. Sandlin, Jr. John M. Sims John Vodantis James W. Webb A. Vann York Pledges: Beniomin Dees Neil Fischer Gillis William W. Gregory, Jr. Turner E. Hasty Roland D. Jackson John Charles Lichty John Howard Logan Molvin Clyde Mauney Lamar A. Miller Edvs ord Holt Mcsely Thomos E. McLaughlin Bruce Michael O ' Neal Clyde L. Owings James N. Rockwell Leonard E. Ross, Jr. Billy W. Skidmore Faculty: Dr. Emmett Carmichael Mr. James Falrcloth Mr. Warren Keith Mr. L. A. Woodman You pays your money and Bell Boone Breth Collins Dees Driggers Gamble Garcia Gregory Griffin Harris Harvey Hasty Hayes Johnston Kyle Lee Lichfy Logan Lombardo Messer Miller Moseley Moses ..vAi McLaughlin Nelson Null O ' Neal Owings Reeder if ft Rockwell Ross Sanders Sandlin Sims Vodontis Webb ANNUAL GREEK WEEK MARATHON TROPHY WAS CAPTURED BY SPE LAST YEAR Page 319 theta chi ALPHA PHI CHAPTER Alpha Phi chapter of Theta Chi was founded on the campus in 1926. This chapter proudly boasts three hundred members in its Alumni Association, which at the present time is laying plans for the building of a new chapter house. Numerous events highlighted this year ' s ac- tivities for Theta Chi. Many successful dances were given including the Red and White Ball, Annual Pledge Dance, and the Pirate ' s Ball. Founders ' Day was celebrated on April 10. The members of Theta Chi exhibited their basl etball ability by winning a league championship and holding fourth place in the finals. Theta Chi claims such personalities as William Crowder, member of Theta Tau, Cotillion Club, St. Pat ' s Executive Council, and Interfroternity Council; Tim Wuska, Vice-President of Theta Tau, and active member of St. Pat ' s Association and the Spirit Planning Committee. Behind such leadership, Theta Chi will prosper well. OFFICERS VAN MERAMAN President SCOTT BEAL Vice-President HANK WEST Secretary DAVIS GLASS Marshall Actives: Charles Francis Adams Charles Aeron Alford, Jr. Wilbur Clyde Armstrong Richard Phillip Ashton John Thomas Ballard Scott Rhyne Beol Paul LeRoy Carr Robert Percivol Cleere, Jr. Johnny Roded Cooper, Jr. Richord Harvey Cord William E. Crowder Sidney Lowe Dickey James L. Davis Milton Davis Glass Joel B. Greer Aubrey Lee Groves Thomas J. Hamner Fred Hossel Alford Parker Holmes, Jr. Tommy King Jefferson Paul M. Jordan Fred Joe Kildron William V. LeDue Joe Herman Leibacher John P. Logon, Jr. Eorl Stephens Mann Van Howard Moraman Eorl S. Miles, Jr. Gilbert G. Miller John E. Miller Rabun S. Mills James S. Mitchell Aram Mooradion Williom Morris Richard Moss Beryl Bronson Murphey William McPherson, Jr. John G. Newton Donald C. Overstreet Rodney Charles Phillips Earnest Malcom Plummer Thomas Randall Smith Anthony Swider Joseph W. Tedder, Jr. Jomes Maurice Wall James Earnest West Young U. West, Jr. Benton M. Wheeler, Jr. Almur S. Whiting, Jr. Roscoe Wright Andrew T. Wuska Pledges: Roland Ellison Ballow Robert Samuel Brown William Edwards Corr Eugene Luke Croxton, Jr. Henry Livingston Darnell, Jr. Claude Edward DeVaney Joseph Lehmann Drummond Ormond Frazier Ear! Jackson Hadaway George W. Nichols, Jr. Axel Norstedt Eugene L. Reader James H. Rives Otha Carlysle Salter Robert George Valdes Faculty: Dr. H. D. Bonham Col. Carleton K. Butler Coach Phil A. Knuth Dean S. J. Lloyd Coach Charles Stapp Charles Crenshaw Must hove been before the party Adams Alford Ballard Ballow Beal Brown Carr, P. Corr, W. Cord Crowder Darnell Davis Drummond Frazier Glass Hadoway Hamner Hassel Holmes Jefferson Kildron Liebacher Logon Mann Maromon Miles Mitchell Morris Moss Nichols Norstedt Overstreet Plummer Reader Solter Smith Swider Valdes Wall West, J. West, Y. Wheeler Wright Wuska BAMA THETA CHI ' S HAVE NUMBERED MORE THAN 300 SINCE 1926 FOUNDING Page 321 theta xi ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER Alpha Lambda chapter of Theta Xi, founded in 1932, has enjoyed a brief but active history at Alabama. This year the Theta Xi ' s gave many parties, in- cluding the Fall Formal, Christmas Dance, Winter Formal, Pledge Dance, Founders ' Day Dance, and a Hobo Party. Jack Redmond, President of the Senior Class of Commerce, and Jack Bowen, Circulation Manager of the Rammer Jammer, are two campus personalities who wear the Theta Xi pin. Theta Xi fraternity was founded nationally in 1864 at Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, and at present is composed of forty-four active chapters, and four colonies. OFFICERS RALPH BEIARD President WILEY KENNEMER Vice-President ARTHUR HERRINGTON Treasurer WILLIAM GILES Steward GEORGE RIVERS " . Corresponding Secretary Actives: William Bagnuk Marion G. Baldwin Ralph Beaird Marvin Blemker Jack VJ. Bowen Clyde Boyle Edwin Breland Harry J. Coward Greg Despinakis John S. Detweiler Henry J. Domurod Tim Ferraro Horace Flanigan John W. Gandy George Gandy William R. Giles J P. Green Arthur W. Herrington Ray Holloway MEMBERS Carl G. Johnson Wiley Kennamer Edgar King, Jr. Robert G. Knight ■ Louis Lackey Otto A. Linke James Moon Wayne McCullough Forrest F. Patterson Hollie Plaster, Jr. Harlan L. Ptomey Jack J. Redmond George Rivers Arthur L. Savage, Jr. William Sasnett John Stauffer Alan D. Trott Thomas S. Wiles, Jr. Pledges: Russell C. Benedict Richard Coleman Kenneth L. Conrad Carlton G. Fogon Stanley A. Gilman Robert Griffis, Jr. William Griffis Jack Cole Howard Charles Mitchell Douglas R. McCollum Howard W. Tom Rife W. J. Storr, Jr. Paul Tanner Robert Thomas Charles Vaughn Faculty: Major Allen L. Terry Dr, Donald H. Ecroyd Dr. C. D. Smith Mr. Herbert Kuenzel Buck up, it ain ' t so bod Bagnuk Baldwin Beaird Benedict Bowen Boyle Breland Coleman Conrad Despinokis Detweiler Domurad Fagan Ferroro Flanigan Gandy, G. Gandy, J. Giles Gilmon Griffis, R. Griffis, W. Herrlngton Howard Johnson Kennomer King Knight Lackey Linke Moon McCullough McCollum Patterson Plaster Ptomey Redmond Rife Rivers Sasnett Savage Starr Trott Voughn Wiles JACK BOWEN, " RAM IN EVERY ROOM " CIRCULATION MANAGER, IS A THETA XI Page 323 zeta beta tau PSI CHAPTER Founded nationally in 1898, Psi chapter of Zeta Beta Tau was established at the University in 1916. For the twenty-year period from 1929-1949 ZBT has attained the highest scholastic record of any fraternity on the campus. The ZBT ' s ore noted also for their BMOC ' s with such men as B. J. Arno, Corolla Business Manager, Business Manager of the A Book, ODK, Druids, Josons, Scabbard Blade; William Bernstein, Business Manager of Cotillion Club, Homecoming Chairman, Chairman of Corolla Beauty Boll; fvarc Marks, Personnel Manager of Crimson-White; and David Kulmon, Secretary of Interfraternity Council. Helping to moke studying a pleasure were such social events as the Fall Formal, Homecoming Ball, Founders ' Day Banquet, Spring Formal and the Spring House Party. OFFICERS ALAN WEIL President SIDNEY METZGER Vice-President BERNARD JAFFE ' Treasurer RALPH LOEB ■.. . Secretary GUS FREIBAUM Historian Actives: B. J. Arno Alan Barton Morris Barton David Bernstein William Bernstein Sylvan Byck Jack Croner Robert Eisenbach Gus Freibaum Sanford Goldstein Lucien Hagedorn Sidney Held Bernard Jaffe Melvin Klotzman David Kulmon Jerry Lopidus Jimmy Levenson Frank Loeb MEMBERS Ralph Loeb Louis Maring Marc Marks Sidney Metzger Bert Mitchell Ted Pailet Alan Pines Robert Roobin Frank Rosenberg Bert Rosenbush Bernard Seal Mondy Selber Charles Simon Stanley Solomon Alan Weil Jay Weinstein Pledges: Herbert Blumberg Donald Goldstein Harbv Goftlelb Jock Held Richard Kaplan Arthur King Jack Koch Aaron Lazarus Jerry Leeds Stanford Levy David Markowitz Alon Miller Marc Miller Charles Pollock Ronnie Slepion Julian Strassburger Ivan Victor Henry Weiss Faculty: Dr. Fred Lewis A study in Zeta Beta Tou ' s %o f f Arno Barton, A. Barton, M. Bernstein, D. Bernstein, W. Btumberg Byck Eisenbach Freibaum Goldstein Gotlieb Hagedorn Held, J. Held, S. Jaffe Kaplan Klotzmon Koch Kulmon Lopidus Leeds Levenson Levy Loeb, F. Loeb, R. Maring Markowitz Marks Metzger Miller, A. Miller, M. Mitchell Pallet Pines Pollack Roobin Rosenbush Seal Selber Simon Slepian Solomon Victor Weil Weinstein Weiss BUSINESS MANAGERS OF THE COTILLION CLUB AND 1950 COROLLA ARE ZBVS Page 325 Blum Green Lerner Sherkin Cohen Greenspan Levitt Esrig Itkowitz Pomstein Friedman Koenig Preis Simmons Smith Goldberg Kravitz Ritter Stein Goodman Lapidus Shofron To pas JQ m IOTA DEUTERON CHAPTER Actives: Lev is Blum Irving Esrig Charles Fehr Jack Fein Everett Freed Richard Friedman Elliof Goldberg Harold Goldberg Leslie Goldenthol Michael Green Ralph Heller Marvin Itzkowitz Ronald Klaimon David Kravitz Philip Lapidus Stanley Levine James Levitt Arthur Newman Irwin Nussbaum Arnold Pomstein Norman Powell Jerome Preis Morris Resnikoff Joseph Ritter Ben Siegol Bernard Siegol Harold Shofron Horold Sharff Seymour Sheckter Jock Sherkin Chester Simmons George Smith Richard Smith Joseph Stirmer Woodrow Zelkind Pledges: Jerome Cohen Kenneth Goodman Paul Groubord Kenneth Greenspan Leonard Hondmon Norman Hyman Murray Kellner Not Koenig Jerome Lerner Philip Schecter Morris Schroge Theodore Stein Robert Topas Advisors: Horry Siegol Edward Siegol alpha epsilon pi ALPHA EPSILON PI HOUSE ON NEW FRATERNITY ROW COMPLETED IN 1950 OFFICERS CHESTER SIMMONS Master ARNOLD POMSTEIN Lt. Master JOSEPH RITTER Recording Secretary JEROME PREIS Treasurer Iota Deuteron chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi was founded at Alabama on January 24, 1942, The war forced it to go in- active and later disband. In 1945 three of the former mem- bers revived the chapter. Through the help of Alpha Epsilon Pi Foundation and the University, ground breaking cere- monies were held during Thanksgiving holidays for a new house which became the first frat house on the new fraternity row. AEPi ' s social events were climaxed by the annual formal for new officers held at the Tuscaloosa Country Club. Chap- ter personalities include David Kravitz, President of Gamma Alpha Rho; Paul Graubard, member of the Men ' s Spirit Com- mittee and International Relations Club; and James Levitt, Editor of the Hillel Shofar. Irwin Nussbaum, Joe Stirmer, and Stanley Levine were tapped by Pershing Rifles. AEPi ' s break ground for new house ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER Actives John D. Allen Robert Arnold James K. Bevill Robert Breedlove Donald J. Cronin Jack O. Dixon Artie T. Horduvel Thomas C. Michael John J. McCrow Herman A. Scott Emil V. Spillmon John P. Walker George H. Weaver Herbert R. Wichmon Melvin Winegorden Robert J. Wright Pledges: William Avery Leslie Berry Donald L. Blankenship Norman D. Daniel Gilbert C. Gender Rudolph H. Hentschel Stanley H. Jones, Jr. Charles Kupper Richard Pate Gus Verges Faculty: Dr. James Hollodoy Dr. Marcus Whitman Allen Arnold Avery Berry Cronin Dixon Gender Horduvel Kupper Michael McCrow Pate Bevitl Jones Scott Spillmon Weaver Wighmon Winegorden alpha sigma phi ALPHA SIGMA PHI BOASTS TWO ASSISTANT EDITORS OF THE 1950 COROLLA OFFICERS GEORGE WEAVER President ROBERT ARNOLD Vice-President JAMES BEVILL Treasurer THOMAS MICHAEL Secretary Alpha Iota of Alpha Sigma Phi was founded at the lighted the Fall social calendar, and a Mardi Gras party University in 1930, but became inactive in 1941 because of in February. Don Cronin, Phi Eta Sigma, Quadrangle, Presi- the war. In April, 1948, the chapter was reactivated and dent of Delta Sigma Pi, Publicity Manager of the Cotillion has become active in many phases of campus life. The Club, and Assistant Editor of the 1950 Corolla, is an out- Alumni Association was re-born to aid in establishing a standing Alpha Sig. George Weaver was active in Alpha chapter house on the campus. House parties were a semi- Epsilon Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Men ' s Spirit Committee and monthly event, including a Hard-time party which high- Interfraternity Council. Aw, come on. Honey .... ?s - re i ■4 « -■■. - f m SORORItieS panhellenic counci PANHELLENIC COUNCIL HELD ITS FOURTH WORKSHOP IN THE SPRING OF 1950 OFFICERS PATRICIA LIGHTFOOT President FRANCES PIPER Vice-President VIRGINIA MALICE Secretary BARBARA LERMA Treasurer Representing every sorority on the campus, the Panhellenic Council serves to guide the activities of both the sorority and the non-sorority women on the campus. Administering rush week regulations, unifying the interests of all University wo- men, and promoting scholarship among the students, composed a major portion of the Council ' s many governing functions. In the Spring, Panhellenic awarded the fraternity winner of the Panhellenic-lnterfraternity stepsinging contest the traditional trophy. Another cup was pre sented to the sorority which maintained the highest scholastic average throughout the year. The Council aided women students on the campus by provid- ing funds for the Dean ' s Emergency Fund, maintained to ac- commodate small loans in emergency situations. An important Panhellenic activity is its annual Spring Workshop. MEMBERS JANIE PARKER DESSIE SEMON BETSY WETTERAU MARY CLIFFORD MAJURE MARCIA SABEL PHYLLIS MARCUS ALLISON PORTER CILE McCURDY MARGARET FROST IDA WIGGINS ANN HILBISH BETTY GASTON EMILY KAYE ESTHER LEE COBBS RACHEL KRACKE SUE WRIGHT GERALDINE DONOVAN ROSEMARY FRITZ MARY WIDEMAN PEGGY FLECK DOROTHY DERAMUS LUA GALLALEE MARGARET McCRACKEN PATRICIA BRANNAN SUE WATKINS DIANE BOSTICK MARY JOY HARPOLE JEAN SAGIN SYLVIA BOLASKY AUDREY SILVERN CHRISTINE MORSE DONOTA RENBACK LOUISE McMURRAY GERALDINE REID ROW 1: Wetterau, Majure, McCurdy, Haas, Luckie, Deramus, Marcus . . . ROW 2: Semon, Malice, Lightfoot, Piper, Lerma, Donovan Maury, Morse, Bolasi y, Silvern, Frost, Bostick, McMurray, Reid, Watkins, Jannelt. ROW 3: Carter, fip. ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER Alpha Upsilon chapter of Alpha Chi Omega was established on the University campus September 9, 1924. Its Silver Anniversary was celebrated with a mort- gage-burning party, combined with a Faculty Tea and Alumnae Banquet. A Scholarship Banquet and State Banquet were also given. To complete their social calendar the Alpha Chi ' s entertained at a Pledge Dance in October and at their Spring Formal. The A Chi O ' s walked away from the 1949 Jason ' s Jamboree with first prize. Some Alpha Chi O ' s well known on the campus are Jeanee Sledzinski, Corolla Beauty, Moonlight Girl of Phi Sigma Kappa, and the Rose of Delta Sigma Pi; Carolyn Cobb, Dream Girl of Phi Kappa Sigma, and Spirit Com- mittee,- and Dessie Semon, Secretary of Phi Upsilon Omicron, Triangle and As- sistant Editor of 1949 Corolla. Beck Cromwell Hart McDonald Price Tyler Bell Earnhort Hendrick Browner Edwards Hyde Brown Fralin Jowers Coin Fureron King Carter Gaston Lovell OFFICERS JANIE PARKER President McLendon Nelson Nettles Olson Parker VIRGINIA EDWARDS 1st Vice-President Reid ell White, Riggan A. L. White, Riley B. A. Willis Roberts Woodam Russell Wyatt PAT WOODHAM 2nd Vice-President PATRICIA LOVELL Cor. Secretary MARY ELLEN NELSON Rec. Secretary alpha chi omega ALPHA CHI CELEBRATED SILVER ANNIVERSARY WITH MORTGAGE - BURNING Actives: Charlene Allen Mariel Browner Unalane Carter Carolyn Cobb Virginia Edwards Joy Ann Fureron Joyce Gaston Mia Kathryn Gray Anne Elizabeth Hendrick Potricio Anne Lovell Mary Ellen Nelson Robin Nettles Janie Porker Patricio Passmore Frances Porter Martha Price Helen Frances Reid Doris Riggan Sara Riley Despina Semon Jeanee Sledzinski Kathryn Woddell Dorothy Dee Willis Gloria Patricia Woodhon Pledges: Patricia Ann Barnes Martha Beck Frances Bell Charlotte Blolock Dorothy Brown Shirley Lucille Coin Betty Collins Peggy Cromwell : =»j- ' v- ' !iy fr gn r; ' 4- -.-j;sj;: E?,rT Joan Earnhort Phyllis Fralin Rosemary Graddick Margaret Gross Alma Jo Hart Dorothy Hyde Sue Jowers Lido King Lois Mason Virginia McDonald Betty Jean McLendon ETA CHAPTER Alpha Delta Pi, the oldest notional sorority for women, has been active on the University campus since 1907. Al- though the chapter went inactive for sev- eral years, it has been a scene of great activity since reactivating. Outstanding events included a Founders ' Day and house party in the Spring. Troditionally, the social calendar included three " big dances " during the year. The ADPi ' s proved their versatility by adding two new sports trophies to their collection and claiming three of the 1950 Corolla Beauties as members. These activities have produced such campus personalities as Barba ' O Longcrier, one of the top three ROTC sponsors, and Sue Jones, who is a charter member of Theta Sigma Phi, Soci- ety Editor of the Rammer Jammer, and a member of the Mademoiselle College Board. OFFICERS BETSY WETTERAU SUE JONES LOUISE SNOWDEN KELMIE KING President Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer ©€ 9 : ' §i $1 f Ball Barber Botes Baynes Brown, D. Brown, L Burgess Coats Conway Cooper Deffke Dickinson Dublin Duke Everett Fehn Garrett Gillespie Hogaman Hawkins Holton Jenkins Jones Kemp King Kingry Knight Longcrier Majure, Mo ry Majure, M. May Mooney Moore Oakley Porrish Pierce Rainer Rawls Reddoch Richards Rodman Scrogg ns Segrest Simmons Snowden Totum Thompson Thomsen Vogel Wall Ward Watson Wetterau Whiddon alpha delta pi A D PI PLACED THREE MEMBERS IN THE BEAUTY SECTION OF 1950 COROLLA Actives: Judy Louise Bates Helen C. Baynes Martha A. Ball Dot Brown Elizabeth A. Burgess Suzonne Coates Mory T. Cooper Marie Deffke Louise Dickinson Mary C. Dublin Mary F. Duke Dora Fehn Helen H. Garrett Mary B. Hagoman Helen W. Hawkins Sue M. Jones Kelmie M. King Martha N. Knight Barbara N. Longcrier Mary C. Mojure Millicent Majure Rosemary May Jane Mooney ADPi ' s go oriental Horrianne Moore Eloise Oakley Jean Pierce Geroldine Rawls Lena S. Reddoch Ann Richards Patricia Rodman Julia Ann Simmons Frances L. Snowden Dorothy Totum Helen Thomsen Mary F. Ward Martha T. Watson Elizabeth M. Wetterau Jane Whiddon Pledges: Margaret M. Barber Louro E. Brown Patricia C. Conway Beverly J. Everett Jean C. Gillespie Lonie B. Hogon Lucy F. Holton Mary A. Jenkins Glenda D. Kemp Cora Ann Kingry Joy N. Porrish Gypsy Anne Rainer Margoret Ann Scroggins Janice D. Segrest Katherine Thompson Joanne Vogel Barbara A. Wall Faculty: Mrs. G. K. Little Dr. Septima Smith Abroms Adier Bachoroch Bauer Beck Feldman Fox Gorfrnkle Goldman Gup Hytken Jacobs Keil Kimmel Kiraify Kohn, E. Kohn, J. Kormon Kreisman Levinson Marcus, D. Marcus, P. Maritzky Morris Patterson Pintchuck Radoms Rudnick Sabel Sarachan Schwartz Sherman Siegol Siegel Silver Spier Stern Wayne Zeve ALPHA RHO CHAPTER Progress has been the keynote in the history of Alpha Rho. In two years the chapter has grown from its original charter group of eight to forty-two mem- bers. The activity at 913 Colonial Drive has produced many outstanding events during the year. An annual Founders ' Day Banquet was held in May, and also a rush week reception honoring the new pledges. Activities were brought to a close with a Spring Formal. Some of the girls frequently seen on the campus were: Nanette Keil, St. Pat ' s Queen, Corolla Beauty; Phyllis Marcus, SGA Representa- tive, Cotillion Club, Historian of Theta Sigma Phi; and Barbara Wayne, Zeta Phi Eta, Alpha Epsilon Rho, WABP staff, and Philos; Morcia Sabel, Phi Alpha Theto; Ruth Rudnick, Alpha Epsilon Delta; Evelyn Abroms and Roe Rita Kreisman, Triangle; Jean Kiraify, Alpha Kappa Delta; Terry Fine, Tau Kappa Alpha; Barbara Siegel, Swan Club; and Alberto Sherman, Treasurer of Hillel Foundation. OFFICERS ALPHA EPSILON PHI MARCIA SABEL President BARBARA WAYNE Vice-President JEAN KIRALFY Secretary RUTH RUDNICK Treasurer alpha epsilon phi A E PHI ' S HAVE ADDED THIRTY-FOUR NEW MEMBERS SINCE FOUNDING IN 7948 Actives: Evelyn Abroms Jane Garfinkle Janet Buxboum Hermine Jacobs Jean Kiraify Roe Rita Kreisman Phyllis Marcus Rose Pintchunk Marcia Radoms Ruth Rudnick Morcia Sabel Alberta Sherman Ellen Siegol Selmo Silver Barbara Wayne Grace Zeve Pledges: Elonore AdIer Hermine Bacharoch Bobette Bauer Betty Beck Anne Copeland Renee Feldman Terry Fine Esta Jean Fox Judith Goldman Sue Gup Barbara Hytken Nanette Keil Jean Kimmel Eileen Kohn Janet Kohn Shirley Kormon Moureen Levinson Devoro Morcus Dorace Maritzky Louise Morris Pat Patterson Donna Sarachan Bonnie Schwartz Barbara Siegel Dorothy Spier Lora Stern Three Southern belles PSI CHAPTER Psi chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta was founded In 1921, when the entire Uni- versity totalled only one hundred fifty students. Since that time the Alpha Gams have grown with the expansion of the University into one of the most active sororities on the campus. Their social calendar was filled with such events as the Rose Banquet, International Reunion Day, a Faculty Tea each quarter, and Fraternity Open House each week. Their dances included the Fall and Spring house dances, and the Valentine Pledge Dance at the Country Club. OFFICERS ALLISON PORTER President MABEL LOCKE 1st Vice-President ANNE COKER 2nd Vice-President ANN WHITE Recording Secretary HARRIET BROWN Treasurer Altman Bellenger Boggs Brown Burden Coker Cole Cook Crum Donald Dumas Elmore Embry Floyd, B. Floyd, D. Fuller Hall Hartmon, J Hartman, J. Hayes Hershberger Isbell Ivy Joiner Jones Larkin Locke Lowery Lucas Mathews Moody Muldrow McCaa McCurdy McDonald McElvey Nolen Poindexfer Porter Radford Ra pp. H. Ropp, R. Reeves Rogers Shaw Smith Studdard Tucker W alpole White Wilkerson Wright alpha gamma delta ALPHA GAM ' S BEAUTY CILE McCURDY LED ALABAMA ' S MILLION DOLLAR BAND Actives: Dorothy Altman Eloise Boggs Harriet Brown Isabel Clark Anne Coker Marianne Cole Virginia Cook Mary Emily Crum Joyce Elmore Caroline Embry Betty Ann Floyd Dorothy Floyd Mary Evelyn McDonald Jeanne Fuller Jean Hartmon Betty Hurley Frances Isbell Ann Joiner Kathryn Jones Mabel Locke Jane Lowery Evelyn Mathews Marie Moody Helen Muldrow Cecelia McCurdy Come on in. Everybody! Bennie Nolen Allison Porter Helen Rapp Ruth Ropp Laura Rogers Bennie Shaw Louise Smith Melba Studdard Ann White Morion Wright Pledges: Molly Jo Bellenger Ann Burden Carolyn Davis Jane Donald Virginia Dumas Jean Hall Helen Hayes Joan Hartmon Martha Hershberger Derugely Ivey Mary Katherine Larkin Emma Ann Lucas Elaine Lyie Margaret McCaa Jean McElvey Pat Poindexter Vera Radford Frances Reeves Douglass Rushton Ann Tucker Camille Walpole Joan Wilkerson Faculty: Margaret Moorer Kathleen Cannon oodward Crow Hunter McAlister Schickel Worthington BETA MU CHAPTER Founded by ten outstanding co-eds as selected by Dean Agnes Ellen Harris, Mrs. R. D. Lanier, and Mrs. Elva Middlemiss, Beta Mu chapter of Alpha Phi has con- tributed much to campus activities. Their many social events during the year in- cluded coffee hours each Wednesday afternoon, several Sunday night steak- fries, and a Valentine Dance and Spring Dance. Alpha Phi was well-represented in extra-curricular organizations. Triangle chose Annette Worthington to be one of its members, and she and Martha Jane Saunders both were members of Phi Upsilon Omicron. Alpha Phi is proud of the fact that the first woman treasurer of the United States is a member of their sorority. OFFICERS PEGGY FROST President MARTHA SAUNDERS , Vice-President NANCY SPEAR . . _ Secretary PAT MATHEWS Treasurer alpha phi THE NEW TREASURER Of THE UNITED STATES IS A MEMBER OF ALPHA PHI MEMBERS Actives: Martha Jane Saunders Beth Crow June Maddox Carolyn Barfoot Nancy J. Spear Frances Durrett Joan Mobley Lyn Cole Ann Struthers Martha Farmer Elizabeth Morrison June Cox Ida Wiggins Joan Fayssoux Jeanne Ponnell Ann Erkfitz June Woodward Jane Guelich Betty Sey Peggy Frost Claire Woltman Wilma Henderson Morion Schickle Lucille High Annette Worthington Catherine Hunter Betty Sue Sims Mary Gene King Pledges: Barbara Kelly Mary Jane Summers Barbara Lerma Pat Bagwell June Kuester Faculty: Pot Mathews Doret Bailey Ann Lee Mrs. William Gregory Audry Mitchell Barbara Blakey Creight Lloyd Eileen Pharaoh Beverly Busby Betty McAlister Alpha Phi ' s out sunning ALPHA TAU CHAPTER Alpha Tau chapter of Alpha Xi Delta was organized on the campus in 1927. Since then it has been one of the leaders in campus activity. Highlights of the past year included two outstanding dances, the Stardust Ball, honoring pledges, and the Rose Formal. Founders ' Day was celebrated with a banquet at the Country Club on April 17. Alpha Xi Delta claims many campus personalities. Ann Hilbish, president of the chapter, is a member of Zeta Phi Eta, Tau Kappa Alpha, Alpha Lambda Delta, Philos, and Panhellenic Council. Ann Parker, on at- tractive newcomer to the campus, was chosen in the Corolla beauty contest as one of the top twenty. OFFICERS ELLIS CARTER President Boiler Brownlee Ellis DOT McNELLIS Vice-President Jernigan Lyies JEAN ROSEVEAR Cor, Secretary McNeills Nelson MARION NORMAN Treasurer Rosevear MARY R. JERNIGAN Rec. Secretary t Q Bruhn Gaston Maddox Normon Corlovitz Goree Maury Parker Carter Harre Miller Price Force Hilbish Murbach Robinson Rouselle Smith Stevens Wilson alpha xi delta ALPHA XI ' S ANN PARKER IS IN THE FAVORITE SECTION OF 1950 COROLLA MEMBERS Actives: Sara Beth Brownlee Barbara Bruhn Corlye Merle Corlovitz Ellis Ann Corter Betty Jean Edwards Solly Jeon Ellis Bettye Jo Gaston Barbara Goree Thyra Mae Hamrlck Ann Elizabeth Hilbish Emily Lynn Mory Ruth Jernigan Mary LyIes Mory Maury Jane Murbach Marion Norman Betty Price These cowgirls are really something Betsy Robinson Jean Rosevear Jean Rouselle Von-Twielle Smith Kathleen Wilson Pledges; Borboro Boiler Eileen Force Jo Ann Horre Morjorie Harrison Dolores Maddox Doris Miller Dorothy McNeills Mory Jean Nelson Ann Parker Roe Stevens Foculty: Miss Helen Bosard Mrs. Ida Crane I a t » Abadie Adkins Allen Atk ins Basore Benton Blackwell Bliss Brewer Brotherton Burgoyne Burrow Col emon Cone Day Deaverc Durham Enochs Erickson Fenn Glass Gunn Hahn Hard egree Harper Hendricks Hollon Humphrey Jennings Kay K ng Les ie Maxwe II Neiswender McCall Nunez Phillips Pierce Pill Poag P ide Rea q □ n Rester Rhodes Rossin Sanders Scudder Seabrook Short Stuart Turner Upc h urch Vann Williams Witsell Young, M. Young, N. NU BETA CHAPTER Since its establishment at the Uni- versity of Alabama in 1922, the Nu Beta chapter has played a prominent part in campus activities. Highlighting their social calendar for this school year were their annual Winter and Spring dances, the Founders ' Day Banquet, a dinner for their brother fraternity. Kappa Sigma, and an afternoon tea. The Chi O ' s have leading campus personalities in Virginia Glass, Secretary of Commerce Association, Vice-President of Phi Chi Theta, and Vice-President of Mortar Board; Hattie King, Executive Council of Commerce Association, Secretary of Phi Chi Theta, and Secretary-Treasurer of the Senior Class of Commerce School; Alice Burgoyne, Sigma Delta Pi and Vice- President of Westminster Fellowship; and Julia Short, honored as the Sweetheart of Phi Sigma Kappa. OFFICERS EMILY KAY President VIRGINIA GLASS Vice-President JANE ATKINS Secretary ANN HARDEGREE Treasurer chi omega CHI OMEGA ' S MISS BETTY PRIDE WAS NAMED 1949-50 STAR OF PI KAPPA PHI Actives: Carol Arnett Jane Atkins Patsy Atkinson Mary Ann Basore Jane Bliss Helen Keyes Brewer Alice Burgoyne Borbara Burrow Esther Lee Cobb Juliette Cone Diana Day Bootsie Deaver Silvia Erickson Ann Fenn Vi rginia Glass Ann Hordegree Mary Jane Hendricks Alice Hollon Betty Humphrey Emily Key Hattie King Jeanne Leslie Joanne McCall Nancy Neiswender Joan Nelson Kate Nunez Elinor Phillips MEMBERS Kotherine Pill Betty Pride Jean Reynolds Mildred Rhodes Charlotte Rosson Mary Ann Sanders Mary Ann Seabrook Mary Elizabeth Scudder Dorothy Upchurch Jean Young Pledges: Jeanne Abodie Carolyn Adkins Dorothy Allen Jean Benton Joann Benton Jackie Blackwell Barbara Brotherton Mary Ann Coleman Diane Durham Harriet Enochs Sarah Susan Gunn Barbara Jane Hohn Betty Ann Harper Jo Ann Jennings Julia Maxwell Solly Poag Anne Pierce Tommye Reagan Shirley Rester Mary Julio Short Jule Stuart Rose Marie Turner Betty Turnbull Jo Ann Vann Diane Williams Carolyn Witsell Martha Wright Nancy Young Faculty: Miss Elizabeth Carmichael Miss Alice Wyman Beauties all — egad, what ' s that! mmi " •m p DELTA MU CHAPTER For all of its thirty-five years on tfie campus, Delta Mu of Delta Delta Delta has been one of the leaders in campus activities and personalities, with such social events this year as the Founders ' ; Day Banquet, coffee hours, a Pansy I breakfast for the seniors, a Christmas Pine Party, and a Valentine Dance. In sports the Tri-Delts were Volleyball and ■ runner-up softball champions for two consecutive years. Madge Bennett was the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi and Home- coming Queen. Madge and Pot Woodard were selected as campus beauties, while Nancy Orgain marched as the Air ROTC Wing Sponsor. Serving on YWCA Coun- cil and as WSGA representative was Jane Paty. OFFICERS RACHEL KRACKE President MARY PATY Vice-President CECILE SOLOMON Recording Secretary ALICE DUGGER Corresponding Secretary NANCY RHEA Treasurer 2 5, Andersen Baker Barnett Bober Bcwman Bryan Calloway Clark Connelly Cook Elliot Elsberry Evans Gillespy Golightly Hartsfie Id Hope Hutcheson Kelly Lazenby Lukens Morris McCann McNeal Orgain Pankey Price Rhea Rhett Self Semple Sessions So omon Sowell Stabler Tortt Tyler Wells Wilkinson Winn W se Woods Woodard delta delta delta JRl DELTA CLAIMED MISS HOMECOMING AND THE SWEETHEART OF SIGMA CHI Actives: Margaret Hope Juanita Baker Adalene Kelly Betty Bober Rachel Kracke Maria Bowman Edna Lazenby Pat Brassell Helen Lester Shirley Calloway Carol Lukens Ann Connelly Margy Meodor Patsy Jeanne Dewltf Jeanne Modden Alice Dugger Beverly Morris Betty Elliot Jane Paty Gwen Gemmell Mory Paty Nina Weir Harris Frances Price Florence Hortsfield Louise Rhett Virginia Holley Christmas party for kids MEMBERS Jane Self Kitty Sowell Cecils Solomon Frances Stobler Nancy Rhea Betty Thomas Mary Wilkinson Almo Winn Peggy Wise Ann Witherington Alice Wood Pat Woodard Sue Wright Pledges: Jean McConn Karen Anderson Carolyn McNeal Modge Bornett Mary Bell Noll Frances Bryan Nancy Orgain Betty Clark Elizabeth Panky Elveree Cook Sally Samuel Carolyn DeVan Mary Semple Eleanor Elsberry Gloria Sessions Joan Evans Nancy Straub Adelaide Gillespy Gladys Tartt Elizobeth Golightly Martha Tyler Lucy Goodrich Betty Wells Horriet Grovlee Elizabeth Wilkinson Julia Jean Holmes Faculty: Joan Hutcheson Miss Helen Osbond Bell Congleton Hansen McGowon Blair Derivon Jonnett Porks Blcnkenship Donovan Krudop Parsons Smart Smith Spencer Teter Blatsios Broun Clark Dunn Foster Fritz Larkins Lindsey Livingston Partlow Rice Scully Tomp kins Walk er BETA PSI CHAPTER Founded on the University campus in May, 1946, Beta Psi chapter of Delta Gamma has managed during its com- paratively short history to participate fully in campus life. Last Spring, the Delta Gams took first place in the step- singing contest, and at Homecoming they took first prize for house decorations. They entertained vvith a faculty tea in the Fall, a Santa Clous Party for orphans at Christmas, a Founders ' Day Banquet in March, a dance honoring pledges in January, and the Spring Formal in May. Nellie Cobb is Treasurer of Mortar Board and active in Zeta Phi Eta. Other Delta Gams prominent over the campus are Jean Gordon, Regimental Sponsor Army ROTC; Betty Ruth Smith, Zeta Phi Eto; Sol Lindsey, Kappa Delta Pi; and Rosemary Fritz, Alpha Sigma Omega. OFFICERS JERRY DONOVAN President KATE BLANKENSHIP Vice-President NELLIE COBB Recording Secretary SUSAN DUNN Corresponding Secretary JOAN PARKS Treasurer delta gamma DELTA GAMMA TOOK FIRST PRIZE FOR HOUSE DECORATIONS AT HOMECOMING Actives: Kate Blankenship lona Blatsios Jill Clark Nellie Cobb Jane Congleton Jerry Donovan Susan Dunn Juliette Foster Rosemary Fritz Jean Gordon Billie Rhae Jannett Lauronne Krudop Mary Alice Lindsey Jeanne Moses Joan Parks Rhonv yn Parsons Nancy Partlowf MEMBERS Betty Ruth Smith Barbara Spencer Anne Teter Terry Walker Jane Rumsey Weeks Bobbye Dovis Young Pledges; Ann Abbott Judy Bell Jane Blair Pauline Cooper Barbara Dennis Elizabeth Derivon Mary T. Etheridge Elsie Hansen Leslie Livingston Virginia Maddox Nelda Morgari Elizabeth McGowon Mary Ann Rice Mary Scully Barbara Smart Arlene Larkins Patricia Thompkins 1949 stepsinging chompions ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Alpha Gamma chapter of Delta Zeta was organized at the Capstone in 1922. The Delta Zeta social season was high- lighted in the Fall by a Founders ' Day program, Beazey ' s Banquet and a Twi- light Ball for the pledge class. Other social functions included a hayride, Christmas party, and the Annual Faculty Tea, Senior breakfast, and Rose Ball and Banquet in the Spring. Delta Zeta chap- ter President, Mary Wideman, was a member of Mortar Board, Student Court, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, and Secretary of Pasteur Society. Members of Alpha Lambda Delta were Joy Richard and Norma Smith. Emma Frank McRae served as Secretary-Treasurer of Alpha Kappa Delta, Co-chairman of the Campus Clothing Drive, and Associate Editor of the Tide-ings. OFFICERS MARY WIDEMAN President FRANKIE McRAE Vice-President ANNE BARNETT Cor. Secretary JEAN LOCKE Rec. Secretary SIBYL GRIFFIN Historian SUE EUNICE Treasurer |r.-» €i jm Barnes Barnett Bivins Burns Cargile Cowart Damen Eubank Fleck Flippen Freund 5ch jhua Frey Gillespie Griffin Harden Harper Harrison Hughlett Hunt Johnson Karrh King Krickboum Levonger Locke, C. Locke, G. Love Major Morgan Mulder Mc Rae Paul Powell Richard Sondlin Schoel Smith Stone Th □ mas To mbre llo Vann Wideman delta zeta DELIA ZETA ' S CELEBRATED THEIR TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNIVERSARY THIS YEAR Actives: Mary Anne Barnett Barbara Jean Bivins Doris Jacqueline Burns Mariorie Crawford Martha Ann Darby Ruby Joyce Eubank Sue Eunice Doris Ann Evans Peggy Jane Fleck Betty Jane Flippen Jane Butler Gillespie Sibyl Doris Griffin Betty Jane Harris Frances Harrison Arline Hughlette Elizabeth Hunt Betty Carol Huske Elizabeth Karrh Janet Krickboum Margaret Kropp Annie L. Langston Helen Levonger Christa Jean Locke Gwendolyn Locke Charlotte Ann Love MEMBERS Margaret Major Emma Frank McRoe Clara B. McRimmon Joy Richard Carey Ann Skinner Betty Lou Smith Norma Smith Mary Stone Winefred Thomas Jo Ann Tombrella Jane B. Vann Mary Wideman Pledges: Wilma Bornes Martha Jeon Cargile Aubrey Jean Cowart Peggy Marie Damen Betty Dean Joy Freundschuh Dorothy Ann Frey Betty Joyce Hardin Catherine Joanne Horpei Janine Ingram Carol Jeanne Johnson Kotherine Barnard Karrh Bobbie King Margaret King Betty June Morgan Patty Jeanne Mulder Dorothy Jean Paul Jane Leothe Pope Dorothy Jean Powell Georgia Jane Sandlin Dorothy Schoel Talluloh Elaine Smith Jeone Wright Faculty: Mrs. Emily Lewis Little Mrs. A. H. Mason Ah say, Podner, kin oh come In? Adams Anderson Bufier Carroll Edmonds Evans Houser Ingram Milton Morris Rice Roberts Smith, F. Stollenwerck Bailey Beeland Bennett Berkstres Cassady Cobb, L. M. Cobb, M. C. Damrich Flanders Ford Foster Gallolee Jones, M. E. Jones, M. L. Jones, S. Kyle Nettles Page Palmer Parker Russell, J. Russell, N. Sanders Sawyer Woolf Bickley Blue Boone Bradford Deramus Dunwody Durrett Eorp Giddens Hanahan Hodges Holt Latimer Leiand Luckie Martin Patterson Peebles Petersen Propst Schuartz Sessions Sewell Smith, D. Vickers Waller Word ZETA CHAPTER Zeta Chapter of Kappa Delta is the oldest sorority on the campus of the University of Alabama, having been started here in 1904. It is the second oldest of the active national Kappa Delta chapters. A Pledge Dance in the Winter quarter was one on the KD social calen- dar for the year, follovved by a reception for Dr. George Lang and a Founders ' Day Tea. The Tuscaloosa Country Club was the scene of the White Rose Boll in the Spring quarter. Again, Mortar Board tapping honored the KD house by gather- ing Mary Austill, Dot Deramus, Lua Gallo- lee, and Martha Waller into its fold. Sara Ann Stewart and Martha Waller were pictured in Who ' s Who,- Ann Adams and Sara Jones received bids to Phi Beta Kappa; and Martha Waller was elected to the secretarial posts of Zeto Phi Eta and Mortar Board. OFFICERS DOT DERAMUS President MARTHA WALLER Vice-President MARY STOLLENWERCK Secretary PAT ADAMS Treasurer Woolfolk Wright, J. Wright, M. Yates Yeilding kappa delta BETTY YARDLEY, 1950 COROLLA BEAUTY QUEEN, IS A KAPPA DELTA CUTIE MEMBERS tives: Betty Eorp Sarah Jones Nancy Russell Mary Ellen Casady Jimmie Sue Rice Celeste P. Adams Harriet Edmonds A. J. Kyle Mary Payne Sawyer Mary Coleman Cobb Mary Ann Sanders Glen Anderson Carol Evans Norfleete Leiand Mary Sue Sewell Lillian Cobb Sue Sessions Betty Bailey Carolyn Flanders Virginia Leiand Dora Smith Monica Damrich Billie Schwartz Mary Bennett Theresa Ford Peorle Luckie Caroline Smith Nancy Flagg Elizabeth Vickers Margaret Bickley Vonnie Foster Frances Mallory Mary Gaston Stollenwerck Varina Goodall Mamie Ward Elizabeth Blue Luo Gallolee Betty Milton Martha Waller Ann Hanahan Jerilyn Wright Betty Boone Jo Giddens Maryalyce Morris Joan Woolf Marietta Jones Marilyn Wright Carolyn Bradford Ruthie Grimes Francis Poge Mary J. Woolfolk Karol Latimer Betty Yardley Grace Brooks Jone Hodges Janette Porker Pat Yates Lucile Martin Faculty: Kothryn Butler Martha Holt Julio Patterson Gage Yeilding Alice Marie Nettles Miss Elizabeth Coleman Imogene Carroll Pom Houser Coroline Peterson Pledges: Elizabeth Palmer Miss Moble Adams Dorothy Deramus Lucy Ingram Helene Roberts Joanne Beeland Nancy Pebbles Mrs. Jenny Howard Mary Gene Dunwody Margaret Jones Julia Russell Mary Berkstresser Margaret Propst Mrs. L. A. Woodman Moble Durrett Cute little devils, aren ' t they? I GAMMA Pi CHAPTER Kappa Kappa Gommo traces the date of its debut at the University of Alabama to 1927, and displays evidence of tfieir local success in Scfiolarsliip Cup for ' 48- ' 49. Some of tfie social events tfiot kept the Kappa ' s busy during the year were the Founders ' Day activities, Faculty tec, Senior Banquet, and their Spring Formal at the Country Club. Top honors at the Sigma Chi Derby were carried off by the Kappa ' s. From the Kappa house come the following BWOC ' s: Patricia Lightfoot, President of Panhellenic, Mortar Board, Who ' s Who; Louise Williams, President of YWCA, Mortar Board, Who ' s Who; Mary Dellenger, President of IRC; Connie Walker, President of Sigma Delta Pi, Carolyn McKnight, President of Phi Upsi- lon Omicron; Pot Foley, Secretary of Triangle and Alpha Epsilon Delta; Lougenia Stallings, President of Pasteur Society; and Marie Rushing, Cotillion Club, Corolla staff, and Newman Club. OFFICERS MARGARET McCRACKEN POLLY STEVENS CONNIE WALKER JANE RUSSELL LILLIAN CULPEPPER , . Presiden Vice-President Cor. Secretary Rec. Secretary Treasurer Andrews Edwards Heenan Moseley Rushing Atchison Felix Hopson Muir Russell Bellenger Foley Huddleston McCracken Scales Bliss Furr Ivey McKnight Smith Bollmon Gillespy Jackson Nolen Brannan Glover Jentzen Oliver Bryan Goddord Lightfoot Owen Culpepper Hagon Lutz Parker Eatman Hole Millard Rogers Stallings Unger Wolke Williams Wright Young kappa kappa gamma KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA CLAIMS PRESIDENTS Of SIX CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS Actives: Beverly Andrews Mary Bellenger Bettie Bollman Patricia Bronnon Betty Bryan Lillian Culpepper Ann Baker Eatnion Nell Felix Patricio Foley Barbara Gillespy Jane Hain Louise Harris Ann Huddleston Edith Ivey Anne Jentzen Patricia Lightfoot Ann Lutz B. J. Millard Robbie Moseley Margaret McCracken Carolyn McKnight Jane Nolen Judy Parker Kappa ' s go informal at rush 1 ' MEMBERS Phyllis Robbert Jane Russell Lougenia Stallings Polly Stevens June Unger Corinne Walker Lucy Whiteside Louise Williams Pledges: Kate Andrews Jacqueline Atchison Joan Bliss Carol Edwards Wilsie Lee Edwards Comer Fisk Laura Furr Kotherine Glover Mildred Goddord Frances Hale Martha Hagon Inez Heenan Ann Hopson Ann Jackson Audrey Mulr Eleonoro Oliver Evelyn Owen Juliette Persons Kothryn Rodgers Marie Rushing Carrie Scales Janice Smith Jean Taylor Judy Wright Louise Young Faculty: Dr. Miriam Locke Miss Jane Parsholl 9 fc)|Vf» 4 f»f P. © P. Adwe Brown Eagan Hagler Kirby McKenzie Spurgeon Alexander Allen Armstrong Ault Austin Bending er Blake Bostick Briece Bruns Burns Chappelle Cleverly Cluthe Cooper Day Dennis Dobbs Ellison Eubonks Forish Gex Graff Graves Griffin Gross Gunter Hancock Norland Hewes Holmes Ingram Jackson Johns Jones Kennedy Lafture Lay Lowe Mabr y Mon eabaro Moorman McDaniel McEochern Namias Piper Price Reed B. Reed , s. Shirley Skinner Smith Stewart Sumner Venn Watk ins Weh renberg Wh orton Woodhom Woth ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER Alpha Zeta chapter of Phi Mu had its beginning on this campus in 1931, and since then has been actively engaged in taking local honors. In October the new pledge class was honored with a Hallo- ween House Dance and party. A Foun- der ' s Day Banquet and Dance, a Spring House Dance, and Alumnae Day fol- lowed. During the holiday season, the Phi Mu ' s sponsored a Christmas Party for children in Tuscaloosa. Honoring the Phi Mu dwelling ore Bobbie Brown, Miss Alabama Air and the Pershing Rifle Sponsor; Margaret Jean Kirby, President of WSGA, Who ' s Who; Robbye Price, President of the Caroline Hunt Club, Vice- President of the Senior Class in Home Economics; Mary Louise Cooper, Presi- dent of the Freshman Class in Home Economics; Ann Griffin, President of the Junior Class in Education; and Eileen Bicknell and Carolyn Harland, Tennis Doubles champions. OFFICERS SUE WATKINS President BARBARA CLUTHE Vice-President FLORENCE DAY Secretary ANN GRIFFIN Treasurer ph I mu MISS ALABAMA AIR AND THE PERSHING RIFLE TEAM SPONSOR IS A PHI MU Actives: Glenda Alexander Betty Ross Armstrong Barbara Bendinger Eileen Bicknell Carolyn Bloke Diane Bostick Bobbie Brown Harriet Burns Helen Chappelle Barbara Cluthe Florence Day Betty Dobbs Pat Eubanks Clarice Graves Ann Griffin Elizabeth Gunter Rebecca Hagler Joan Hancock Carolyn Harland Leila Harland Barbara Trostour Holmes Jeanne Ingram Marion Jackson Dot Kennedy Morgoret Jean Kirby Ann Latture Peggy Lay Virginia Logorde Evelyn Lowe Virginia Brown Mabry Jane Moorman MEMBERS Marlyn McEachern Thelmo Nomias Margaret Frances Piper Robbye Price Sarah Phillips Reed Aghita Shirley Marilyn Skinner Mono Smith Janice Sumner Olive Thompson Ann Vann Sue Wotkins Fronces Wehrenberg Ann Whorton Pledges: Billy Ruth Adwell Jo Ann Allen Jo Ann Ault Betty Austin Mary Lee Briece Billy Gene Bruns Sue Champion Mary Helen Cleverly Mary Louise Cooper Virginia Dennis Joan Eagon Gail Ellison Ramona Parish Pat Gex Eleanor Graff Carolyn Gross Martha Ruth Hewes Nancy Rhea Johns Kathleen Jones Gail Montebaro Patsy McDaniel Mary McKenzie Betty Jean Reed Nancy Smith Connie Spurgeon Carol Stacy Elizabeth Stewart Jane Woodham Dot Woth Faculty: Miss Gwendolyn Anders Miss Winifred Breene Miss Morilyn Moses London Bridge is falling down ALABAMA BETA Rush Week of Fall, 1948, found the colonizing chapter of Pi Beta Phi, a group of forty Pi Phi Beta pledges, petitioning for a national charter to Pi Beta Phi; this was granted to them in the Spring of 1949. On September 18, 1949, thirty- five of the original group were pledged to Pi Beta Phi, and on September 19 these thirty-five were initiated into Pi Beta Phi. The chapter was honored by the presence of the Notional President of Pi Phi, Amy B. Onken, who presided over the pledging, initiation, and chapter installation ceremonies. Alabama Beta of Pi Beta Phi is proud of its first pledge class of twenty-five members, which makes the total membership sixty girls, excluding non-affiliated transfers Babette Page, Jane Hughes, Marion Voughan, Grace Marie Hall, and Martha Hagler, and the Graduate Supervisor, Joie Lobnitz. OFFICERS JANICE McKAIG President IRIS ANNE OWENS . Vice-President JEAN SAGIN Recording Secretary JANIE McDANIELS . Cor. Secretary BEVERLEY LATIMER Treasurer 4 4j (4 : Anderson Appel Berry Brannon Brotton B Goodwin Haas Harpoie Hart Huggins h Knight Kroeze Latimer Leonhardt Lobnitz Mcintosh Noble O ' Leary Oswald Owens Reynolds Robertson Shepherd Spain Swinson Buckner Hughi Miner pi beta phi 1 A rx m.0- B A V. A . - M .■— ■ M JH ■3mr y .K f fir er Camden Davis Dunham s Hulsey Jones Kennedy Mochel McDanlel McGauly Pietsch Quintini Roy Taylor Voughan Vaughn PI BETA PHI WAS OFFICIALLY INSTALLED ON CAMPUS IN THE FALL OF 1949 Actives: Jeonnette B. Atkinson Peggy Anne Berry Betty Buckner Dorothy Dunham Grace Elaine Giller Beverly Goodwin Beo Hogs Mary Horpole Ida Jane Mines Marion Anne Huggins Dorothy Hughes Polly Hutto Harriet Jones Margaret Knight Mary Fraser Kennedy Jean Randall Kroeze Beverley Latimer Joie Lobnitz Janie Belle McDaniel Katherine Mcintosh Janice King McKaig Mary Terry Noble Barbara Sue Oak Barbara Lou O ' Leary Iris Anne Owens MEMBERS Patricio Adelaide Pietsch Polly Robertson Potty Ruth Reynolds Martha Jean Sagin Mildred Jean Sheperd Lucy Spain Julio Taylor M. R. Vaughon Thelmo Anne Voughan Ann Marie Verscheure Pledges: Nancy Tom Anderson Nancy Appel Is Wynken the short one? Louise Dean Brannon Joyce Ann Bratten Joyce Brotton Theresa Camden Mary Katherine Chumley Barbara Jane Davis Patricia Ann Hart Margaret Hulsey Joyce Keenan Suzanne Leonhardt Catherine McCauly Madelyn McRoe Betty Miner Nancy Mochel Sue Montgomery Alberta Moore Sue Theresa Oswald Polly Ann Perry Theresa Jacqueline Quintini Claire Ray Ruth Edwina Swinson Faculty: Miss Dora Plogge Miss Elizabeth Cathey Bolasky Graeber London, J. Ripps ilesinger Silvern Soclof Steig Edwards Green Marx Robinson Wagner RHO CHAPTER Rho chapter of Sigma Delta Tou was founded at the University in 1935. The Founders ' Day Banquet was held last Spring at the Tuscaloosa Country Club, where awards were presented to out- standing members. The scholarship ban- quet was held each quarter, and an open house was given for the new pledges. The chapter placed second in the Homecoming float contest, and Maiorie Wolf shared Corolla Beauty hon- ors with Mcxine Millstein. Audrey Silve:-n was pre " ented the Loveman, Joseph, Loeb scholarship for outstanding work in the School of Home Economics. Sylvia Eolosky was active in Zeta Phi Eta, Tou Koppo Alpha, and the University Debate Squad. Carol Jane Wolpert was Assis- tant Editor of the Rammer Jammer and edited the Freshman A-Book. Enteen OFFICERS Hirsberg Millstein SYLVIA BOLASKY President Rubenstein JANET QUARTIN Vice-President Wittenstien BEVERLY GORDON Secretary BOBBIE KATZ Treasurer Sigma delta tau SIGMA DELTA TAWS PLACED SECOND IN THE HOMECOMING FLOAT CONTEST Actives: Rita Key Auerbach Carolyn Sue Becker Elaine Becker Sylvia Bolasky Alice Enteen Marion Goldstein Phyllis Goodman Beverly F. Gordon Dorothy Graeber Ellen Mar Green Roslyn Hirsberg Barbara Katz Gwen Lipsitz Honore Loeb Carolyn Jane London Dorothy London Jean Rose London Maxine Millstein Dolores Nussboum MEMBERS Janet S. Quarfin Margie Rubenstein Sylvia Rubin Shirley Schlesinger Rita Silver Audrey Silvern Rhoda Soclof Barbara Steig Bettylee Stone Carol Jane Wolpert Pledges: Sara Ann Arstein Frances R. Berk Mildred Edv ards Lois Fisher Thelma Gerber Rose E. Jeffer Betty Louise Leon Temma Leyton Sylvia Marx Zelda Mirsky Clara Jean Pulitzer Pauline Rees Phyllis G. Ripps Fay Robinson Helene Shonbrum llene Tisnov er Revo Wagner Florence Wittenstien Margie Wolff SDT trophy-gazers . 3U -Jki 1 ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER The Theta ' s have been a fixture on University sorority row for nineteen years, but 1949-50 will never be forgotten. Alpha Alpha had parties ranging from a Spring Formal in May to a Night Club Party in February. Filling in were such events as a faculty tea. Senior Dinner, Mothers ' Day Weekend, and Founders ' Day Banquet. It is becoming tradition for Theta to supply the University with campus celebrities: Virginia Malice be- came Secretary of Panhellenic Council, member of Phi Alpha Theta, national history honorary; Dolly Corlson, Secre- tary-Treasurer of Alpha Epsilon Rho, Na- tional Radio Fraternity, and Production Director of WABP; and Mary Ben Cox, Myndoll Hall, and Dorothy Hitt were taken into Triangle. OFFICERS CHRISTINE MORSE President NORA MAE CARLSON Vice-President VIRGINIA MALICE Secretary MARJORIE THOMPSON Treasurer CAROL BECK Chaplain Williams Thrash Thompson Spilier Smothers Smith Rosser Roberts Roberson Rennhack Noland Morse Mitchell Hayes Malice Hirt Hall Gass Cox Chopin Carlson Beck theta upsilon PRODUCT ON DIRECTOR Of BAMA CAMPUS RADIO STATION WABP IS THETA U Actives: Carol Beck Nora Mae Carlson Mory Chopin Mary Ben Cox Jcyce Hurlburt Virginia Molice Mary Ann Middleton Christine Morse Donota Rennhack Gallalee as guest MEMBERS Alice A. Roberts Joyce Rosser Betty Ann Spilier Morjorie Thompson Pledges: Mory Ruth Franklin Mary Noncy Gass Myndoll Hall Dorothy Hitt JcAnn Luna Mary Kothryn Mitchi June Noland Doris Roberson Shirley Robinson Jerry Ann Smith Betty Smothers Mina Jean Thrash Dorothy Williams Faculty; Dr. Dorothy Eshleman Dr. Anne Pannell Allen Gate Gray Mason Arnold Chalifoux Greene Mills Patterson Paty Spencer Stone Beck Box Brittain Brown, J. Brown, M. Brown, T. Code Crews Dawkins, A. Dawkins, M. Dearman Garrison, M Garrison, P. Gibbs Heustess Jackson Jacobs Johnson Leach Lollar Maddox Moore McCoy McDonald McMurray Obee O ' Steen Pafford Poster Ronck Raub Raid Smith Spear, B. J. Spear, B. A. Spear, £ Thiemonge Tob as Veal Walkei Warfel Weekley Wilson Winford NU CHAPTER " Gay-Nineties " are here again. That was the impression given at the ZTA rush party in the Spring quarter. The Zefa ' s were the second sorority to be founded on the Alabama campus, but they haven ' t slowed down yet. A few of the parties that Nu chapter presented were a Christ- mas Party, Winter Formal, Summer For- mal, and Pledge Dance. The patter of ping-pong balls was often heard around the house since Toby Tobias won the Ping-Pong Championship. Other girls who participated in extra-curricular ac- tivities were Louise McMurray, President of Theta Sigma Phi, Treasurer of Press Club; Sara Jane Raub, Treasurer of Tri- angle, Westminster Council; Jan O ' Steen, Sweetheart of Theta Chi; and Edith Ann Winford, Sophomore Representative to WSGA. OFFICERS LOUISE McMURRAY President SUE PAFFORD Vice-President GERRY REID Secretary SARA JANE RAUB Treasurer zeta tau alpha ZlA WAS THE SECOND SORORITY TO BE ESTABLISHED ON THE BAMA CAMPUS Actives: Mary Elizabeth Allen Beverly Beck Nancy Brittain Joyce Brown Margaret Brown Sara Will Crews Ann Dawkins Mary Luclle Dawkins Paula Garrison Joan George Mary Glenn Gibbs Betty Sue Gray Jane Heustess Eugenia Johnson Marjorie Keen Patsy Lankford Marianne Leach Margaret Lollar Betsy Mason Jean McCoy Harriet McDonald Louise McMurray Janice O ' Steen Mary Sue Pafford Beverly Patterson Nancy Paty Jconne Poster MEMBERS Peggy Ranck Sara Jane Raub Geraldine Reid Elizabeth Relfe Beverly Spear Lillian Spencer Sara Starbuck Patsy Stone May Beth Thiemonge Eleanor Tobias Shirley Warfel Lillian Weekley Amelia Wilson Edith Anne Winford Pledges: Mary Dale Arnold Pat Benton Betty Box Teeny Brown Natolie Code Mary Cote Ann Chalifoux Frances Dearman Sally Gahan Martha Garrison Betty Greene Robin Jackson Jean Jacobs Barbara Maddox Mary Ann Mills Claudia Ann Moore Sally Obee Bobbie Jean Ransom Anne Rector Helen Smith Betty Spear Sara Spear Jean Veal Jody Walker Faculty: Miss Margaret Davis Mrs. Johnstone Parr Sugar, spice, everything nice omicron delta kappa OFFICERS Paul Brock President Jerry Stapp Vice-President Hugh Locke Treasurer Professor G. Burke Johnston , Secretary Iota Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa was installed on the university campus in 1924. Membership is extended to Junior and Senior men on the basis of five phases of participation in campus life; these phases are scholarship, social and re- ligious affairs, athletics, publication, and speech, music and dramatic arts. Through the efforts of Iota Circle and Omega Circle at Auburn, athletic relations were resumed in 1948. A rotating trophy, awarded to the school winning the annual football clash between the two schools, was established in 1948 and has since been awarded twice. ODK sponsors the traditional Christmas and Easter Stars on Denny Chimes. The information booth set up at every homecoming game is under ODK sponsorship. During the scholastic year 1949-50, Omi- cron Delta Kappa conducted a visitation program, with the assistance of the University, to some thirty-five high schools. Members of Iota Circle spoke to the students about life on the University campus. The Circle tapped new members at the Bama Day Dance on April 4. FACULTY Hobson Adcock Charles Bernier Prof. Corleton K. Butler Prof. Verner F. Choffin Jeff Coleman Coach Henry Crisp Dr. George H. Denny Coach Harold Drew Dr. WilMom G. Echols Coach Ben M. Enis Benjamin Joy Arno Paul Brock Robert E. Cochran Herbert A. Fincher Rubin Albert Franco Everett Hughes Holle Prof. Brooks Forehand James E. Foy Dr. John M. Gallalee Dr. S. Paul Garner Dr. Allen J. Going Dean Noble B. Hendrix Dean W. M. Hepburn Prof. G. Burke Johnston Prof. E. V. Jones John Thomas King William Victor Ledue Hugh Locke Oakley Melton Harry Penman Mitchell Theo Mitchelson MEMBERS Dr. R. E. Jones Mortimer Jordan William D. Jordan Dr. George Lang Henry A. Leslie Dean Stewart J. Lloyd Dr. James B. McMillan Dr. Jack Montgomery Rev. George Murray L. Victor Moore Hershell F. Nabors OIlie Wilson Nabors Lionel Winston Noonan Walter Leroy Ogilvie Charles Edward Porter Dean J. H. Newman Coach James L. Nisbet Prof. Frank Owsley Prof. John Payne Prof. Don C. Smith Dean Marten ten Hoor Coach Frank Thomos Prof. William Poul Thomas Ernest G. Williams J. Allen Reynolds, Jr. Junius Bragg Smith, Jr Jerry Lee Stapp George P. Taylor David Johnson Vann Jim Wentling ROW 1; Foy, Johnston, Stapp, Brock, Long, ten Moor ROW 2: Reynolds, Jones, Nabors, O. W., Locke, Smith, Hendrix, Moore, Holle Fincher, Vann, Ledue, Porter, Mitchell, Nabors, H. F., Wentling, Ogi!vie, Mitchelson, Arno, King. ROW 3: - jasons OFFICERS THEO K. MITCHELSON WILLIAM J. " DYSON " HAMMER ROBERT H. OWEN ERNEST WILLIAMS President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Advisor The first, and therefore the oldest of honorary service fraternities organized on the campus, is Jasons. Jasons has remained a local fraternity, selecting its members on the basis of leadership in some branch of college activities, scholarship, general value to the college, and a promise of future usefulness. It is composed of Senior men, selected each year during tapping ceremonies on the mound in front of the Jcsons Shrine, the Historic Roundhouse. Membership is limited to the fourteen most outstanding undergraduates and one faculty member. Once a year Jasons sponsors Jason ' s Jam- boree, with the purpose of raising money for a project v hich v( lll benefit the University of Alabama. At present the project is for the construction of a fountain betv een Gorgas Library and Denny Chimes. MEMBERS N. Q. Adams B. Jay Arno Paul W. Brock Albert W. Copeland John C. Curlee William C. Flewellen Bill Hoirston V illiam J. " Dyson " Hamner John Thomas King Oakley Melton, Jr. Horry P. Mitchell Theo. K. Mitchelson Lionel W. Noonan Robert H. Owen Glen Pearce W. T. Goodloe Rutland Ralph Shofner Junius B. Smith, Jr. Jerry L. Stopp H. Davis Yeull Lee Bidgood Jefferson J. Coleman Brooks Forehand James E. Foy John M. Gollolee Allen Johnston Going George Burke Johnston William D. Jordan FACULTY Warren G. Keith James H. Newman Henry A. Leslie Walter L. Ogilvie William K. Rey W. Poul Thomas Ernest Williams ROW Johnston, Keith, Williams, Mitchelson, Owen, Brock, Nsonan . . . R3W 2: Leslie, Ogilvie, Curlee, Foy, Arno, Stapp, Pearce, Smith, Melton ROW 3: Rutland, Mitchell, Jordan. ROW 1: Wall, Moore, Yeuell, Bernstein . . . ROW 2: Skeen, DeBardeleben, Burton, Hamilton, Byck, Hiatt, Pollard . . . ROW 3. Youngblood, Wright, Brice, Bryan, Giles, Folmar, Cope land, Edwards, Sawyer, Vandervoort, McDonald, Taylor, MacGowan, Bolen. druids OFFICERS DAVIS YEUELL . . . . BUDDY BERNSTEIN JONES MOORE President Vice-President Secretary -Treasurer Druids were founded at the Pennsylvania State College in 1907. The Theta Chapter was established at the University in 1930, and remains the only Sophomore honorary service fra- ternity on the campus. Druids functions to aid all worthy causes which arise during the academic year. During Fall registration, Druids cooperated in the freshman orientation program. At Homecoming time, they sponsored the Elephant Freight Fund for the Homecoming Committee. Assistance was given the Spirit Planning Committee at all pep rallies. During the Winter quarter, the Druids sponsored a midnight show for the Campus Chest Drive. The sophomore group cooperated in making Religious Emphasis Week a successful program. In the Spring quarter, the College Inn was transformed into the Druid-sponsored " Crimson Horseshoe, " with a galaxy of all- star entertainers. Weekly meetings are conducted to map out and discuss various undertakings which would benefit the student body. Members are tapped in the latter part of the Spring quarter. MEMBERS Harold Vandervoort Robert Sittason Jack Edwards Thomas Taylor John Detweiler Charles Sowyer Woody Hiatt Charles Skeen Caldwell DeBardeleben Ted Bryan Lamar Campbell James Wright Chris Homilton Slyvan Byck James Brice Harold Wall Henry Fell William McDonald Thomas Twitty Ted Copeland Dick Burton Emory Folmar Mack Matthews Max Brown Bill Bolen Ellis Phillips Brad MocGowan James Youngblood Jack Pollard Page 350 rho alpha tau OFFICERS BO BRICE President JAMES HANCOCK Vice-President G. B. KAHN Secretary JOEL ROBINSON Treasurer Rho Alpha Tau was founded in 1920 for the purpose of warning freshmen of the upperclassmon ' s presence during the period of extensive hazing of first year students. However, since then hazing has been discontinued at the University. Organized for a mutual and reciprocal interest, the group was naturally composed of freshmen. However, since that time Rho Alpha Tau has grown to represent the organization of a body to promote better understanding among the students. It remains Freshman in nature, composed of one representative from each fraternity and five independents. Rho Alpha Tau is now recognized as a freshman honorary society, commonly referred to as the " RAT ' S " . Many campus programs and functions were made successful through the added assistance rendered by this group. Among these were the Campus Chest Drive, the Intramural Debate Tournament, and the many Pep Rallies during the football season. Participation in such activities offers the members the foundation for future use- fulness on the campus. MEMBERS Charles Cornelius Forest Scale Ed Gentry James Godwin Jerry Lushington Edmond Hughes Nick StoJIworth Phillip Schecter Billy Oldocre Roland Crump Nick Lindsey Thod Motkin Charles Root Doug McCollum Douglas Daniel Walter Dixon Sol Persner Alon Miller Henry Darnell Chuck Breed Lamor Miller Sonny Daniels Charles Betz Rufus Lee ROW 1; Charlie Root, Kohn, Hancock, Brice, Robinson, Schecter, McCollum . . . ROW 2. Bernstein, Lushington, Bone, Crump, Cornelius, Hughes, Dixon, Pevsner, Stallworth, Motkin, Bolen . . . ROW 3: Oldocre, Breed, Miller, Daniels, Genlry, Godwin, Darnell, Crawford. ? krIXj mortar board OFFICERS MARTHA J. McANULTY President VIRGINIA GLASS Vice-President MARTHA WALLER Secretary NELLIE COBB Treasurer LOUISE CLAY Editoi and Historian Mortar Board is a national leadership honor society, founded in 1918. The national organization now claims 17,000 members, 82 chapters, and has more than 100 peti- tions from various colleges for chapters. The Alabama chap- ter of Mortar Board was founded in 1929. Membership in Mortar Board is the highest honor a Senior woman student may receive. Each year approximately twelve third quarter Juniors who have outstanding records in leadership, scholar- ship, and service are tapped at the traditional ceremony on the mound. Mortar Board sponsors the Homecoming chry- santhemum sale, using the proceeds to provide a $100 scholarship. Mortar Board also sponsors a Smorty Party recog- nizing women with high scholastic averages and a Tea for Transfer Students. Mortar Board activities in co-operation with other women ' s organizations combine to moke a vital contribution to student life on the campus. Louise Clay Nellie Cobb Dot Deromus Emily Kay Lua Gallalee Virginia Glass MEMBERS Pat Lightfoot Martha McAnulty Martha Waller Mary Wideman Louise Williams Mary Austill Miss Elizabeth Cathey FACULTY Mrs. Jennie M. Howard Miss Margaret Moorer Dr. Septima C. Smith ROW 1; Deramus, Cobb, Gloss, McAnulty, Woller, Cloy . . ROW 2: Kay, Widemon, Lightfoot, Golollee, Willioms. 11 ] l ) li m ROW 1: McGinty, Worthy, Humpidge, Hoirston, M. Smith, Yeuell . . . ROW 2: Rudulph, Cronin, Copeland, Adams, Bonney, Owen, Heffington, MIckle . . . CENTER, left to right: Bosshart, Foy . . . ROW 3: J. Smith, Sawyer, Morrison, Wright, Pelhcm, Proctor, Porter, Mitchell, Bryan, Holt, Messicli, Wentling, Powell, Hill, Taylor, Homner, Rutland. quadrangle McLIN HUMPIDGE WILLIAM B. HAIRSTON, JERRY D. WORTHY MAURY D. SMITH ERNEST G, WILLIAMS OFFICERS President JR. Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Advisor Alabama Quadrangle, the Capstone ' s oldest honorary service organization, was founded on this campus in 1919. Since this date, the wearers of the red keys have tried to develo p themselves and their fellow members to the highest degree physically, mentally, spiritually, and socially. This year ' s Quadrangle activities have been many and varied. In the fall, the club helped to promote Church Night during the Freshman Orientation and collected over one thousand books to be sent to schools in the Philippine Islands. Last Winter, Quadrangle assisted the University Religious Council in making Religious Emphasis Week a success and placed one of the new benches on the Quadrangle. Each year Quadrangle makes a one hundred dollar scholarship loan to a worthy needy student. This year ' s loan was granted to H. John Boss- hart, an Engineering student from New York. Quadrangle is very proud of its three new faculty members, Marion K. Coley, Howard H. Meigs, and Charles N. Moore, and of its new adviser, Ernest G. Williams. MEMBERS Active: Non Quincy Adams Walter A. Bonney, Jr. H. Judson Brislin W. Ted Bryan Albert W. Copeland Donald J. Cronin Carl Crumpler William B. Hoirston, Jr. W. J. Dyson Hamner Richard B, Heffington, Jr T. Bowen Hill John Neol Holt H. McLin Humpidge Wiley S. Messick William C. Mickle Harry P. Mitchell Moclln F. Morrison James S. McGinty OIlie W. Nabors Robert H. Owen Pierre Pelham John F. Porter, Jr. Ottis Powell Burns Proctor William Rudulph W. T. Goodloe Rutland Charles M. T. Sawyer Junius Smith Maury D. Smith G. Robin Swtft, Jr. Thomas A. Taylor James W. Wentling Jerry D. Worthy James M. Wright H. Davis Yeuell Honorary: Dr. George H. Denny Dr. Jock Montgomery Senator Claude Pepper Associate: Ernest G. Williams George Murray James E. Foy Senator John Sporkman Faculty: Wade H. Coleman, Jr. George Lang Jefferson J. Colemon C. E. Williams G. Burke John ston W. Paul Thomas Allen J. Going Marion K. Coley Howard H. Meigs Charles N. Moore Page 353 ROW 1: Dean Berry, Willis, Hendrick, Dugger, Foley, Ford, Raub, Adams, McKnight, Russell . . . ROW 2: Krickbaum, Hughlett, Richard, Eubank, West, Corraway, Breland, Anderson, Floyd . . . ROW 3: Brown, Abroms, Kreisman, Brunner, Lampkin, Small, Childs, Mamie Ruth Jones, McArthur . . . ROW 4; McCoy, Barnett, Stone, Dennis, House, Hodges, Studdard, Nobors. Phillips . . . ROW 5: Hall, Newton, Kemp, Williams, Tunstall, Crew, Soelof, Kots, Silvern . . . ROW 6: Hitt, Troylor, Harriet Jones, Kennedy, Alexander, Smith, Parker, Gaston, Woddell . . . ROW 7: Allen, Spear, Womock, Owen, Thomas, Bur- gess, Robertson, Bates, Enteen, Barfoot . . . ROW 8: McCall, Johnson, Wittiom, Hunt, Hooton, Gallalee, Deramus, Woodward, Baker . . . ROW 9: Knight, Bolosky, Latimer, Broun, Hollon, Foster, Domhom, Mcintosh, Huggins, Wood, Bicknell, Poty, Winford, Cobb, Clay, DeWitt, Rhea. triangle OFFICERS ALICE DUGGER President DiTSY FORD Vice-President PATRICIA FOLEY Secretary SARA JANE RAUB Treasurer PAT ADAMS Historian Triangle, a service organization of Sophomore and Junior women, functions mainly to serve as " big sisters " to Freshman women students and to help them in every way to become adjusted to life at the University of Alabama. There is now a Senior Triangle to help women transfer students. The Fresh- man women before arriving at the University are assigned to a Triangle member who writes her suggesting appropriate preparations for life on the campus. The " big sister " helps her through registration, tal es her to all programs during orientation weel , and helps her keep up with all campus activities throughout the year. Triangle members work with Ponhellenic Council during rush week, with the Dean of Women by helping with Freshman orientation classes during the Fall and Winter quarters, with the Freshman by providing supervised study halls each night in the dormitory, and with every other campus organization. The girls tapped for Tri- angle are selected on the basis of leadership, scholarship, and other outstanding qualities. MEMBERS Katherine Bagby Corolyn Bradford Louise Clay Nellie Cobb Dorothy Deramus Mary C. Dublin Lua Gallalee Bobbie J. Jenkins Sue Jones Kelmie King Louise McMurray Jonie Parker Dorothy Powe Frances Small Melbo Studdard Louise Williams Pat Adams Anne Barnett Joan Blockwell Mildred Broun Elizabeth Burgess Wanda Corraway Loomis Childs Jerry Crew Nelda Jean Dennis Patsy J. DeWitt Dorothy Dunham Alice Enteen Ruby Eubanks Betty Ann Floyd Juliette Foster Voncile Foster Joyce Gaston Myndall Moll Nina Harris Helen Hawkins Anne Hendrick Dorothy Hitt Jane Hodges Alice Hollon Helen Hooton Pam Houser Pat Hubbard Anne Huggins Arlene Hughlett Ida Mae Hunt Sylvia Bolasky Margaret Brown Clara Jo Brunner Pat Foley Eugenia Johnson Alice Dugger Carolyn McKnight Betty Jo Newton Marjean Nabors Kate Blankenship Ditsy Ford Joan Parks Sara Jane Raub Nancy Rhea Jane Russell Mary Sue Sewell Jewelene Traylor Jocelyn Tunstall Evelyn Abroms Glenda Alexander Mary Elizabeth Allen Glen D. Anderson Carolyn Barfoot Judy Botes Peggy Berry Eileen Bicknell Gloria Breland Mary Ruth Jernigan Maurine Johnson Harriett Jones Mamie Ruth Jones Barbara Katz Anne Kemp Dorothy Kennedy Jimmie Sue KilJion Stella Keel Margaret Knight Roe Kreisman Janet Krickbaum Julia lampkin Beverly Latimer Virginia Leiand Katrina McArthur Joanne McCall Jean McCoy Harriett Mcintosh Evelyn Owen Iris Owen Nancy Paty Edwino Payne Beth Phillips Katherine Pill Lena Sue Reddoch Joy Richard Lois Robertson Shirley Sams Audrey Silvern Mono Smith Rhoda Soelof Beverly Spear Mary Stone Catherine Thomas Kathryn Waddell Sara Nell West Elizabeth Wilkins Mary Ann Willis Edith Anne Winford Georgia Witham Sally Womock Alice Wood June Woodward ROW 1: Alberts, Joffre, Patton, Kizziah, McGinty, Kemak, Berryman, Halbrooks, Taylor . . . ROW 2: Armstrong, Linle, Barron, Booth, Eurbanks, Burdin, Bronnes, Jackson . . . ROW 3: Alley, Friant, Mahoney, King, Miller, Vance, Mittwede, Mitchell. alpha phi omega OFFICERS JIM McGINTY President DICK CHAMBERS Vice-President JOHN KEMAK Treasurer GEORGE KIZZIAH Secretary WILLIAM R. HIGGS Faculty Advisor On December 16, 1925, a national service fraternity v as organized composed of college and university men who are or have been previously affiliated v ith the Boy Scouts of America. This organization took place at Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania, and adopted the greek letters " Alpha Phi Omega " to represent it. The criterion of the fraternity is " to assemble college men in fellowship and promote service to humanity. " This is accomplished in four main ways: by rendering service to the student body and faculty,- by render- ing service to youth and the community; by lending assis- tance to the members of the fraternity; and, by aiding the nation as participating citizens. The highlight of the many services contributed by the Epsilon Tau chapter, established on this campus in 1948, was the conducting of the Traffic Safety Week. Alpha Phi Omega actively participated in the White Christmas Drive to help needy children in the area, and prepared and distributed baseball score cards in the Spring, in addition to numerous other projects during the year. MEMBERS Don Alberts Murray Alley, Jr. Wilbur Armslrong William Barron Joe Booth Bob Bronnes Walter Burdin Dick Chambers Herbert Eubanks Gus Friant Hap Halbrooks A. B. Jackson, Jr. John A. King George Kizziah John Kemak Jack Joffre Richard Litt Johnny Little George Mahoney Bob Miller Craig Mitchell Fred Mittwede Jim McGinty Bob Patton Jack Pollard Chip Roton Bob Taylor Bob Vance O. B. Waters Page 355 alpha epsilon delta OFFICERS WALTER A. BONNEY, JR President J. D. UPSHAW Vice-President MARTHA McANULTY Secretary JAMES MOSELEY Treasurer PATRICIA FOLEY Reporter Alpha Epsilon Delta, notional pre-medical honor society, was founded at the University of Alabama on April 28, 1926. Today there are forty-eight active chapters located in col- leges and universities throughout the United States. The ob- ject of Alpha Epsilon Delta is to encourage excellence in pre-medical scholarship, to stimulate on appreciation of the importance of pre-medical education in the study of medicine, to promote cooperation between medical and pre-medical students and educators in developing an adequate program of pre-medical education, and to bind together similarly interested students. Among the yearly activities of the Ala- bama Alpha Chapter are a tour through the Medical College of Alabama in Birmingham, a trip through Bryce and the Veterans hospitals, various movies and speakers on subjects related to pre-medical and medical science, and on annual banquet held in honor of the new initiates. Walter A. Bonney William L, Chapman Earnest M. Campbell Elizabeth G. Dowdy James H. Eads Quincy Freeman William Hammock Richard Hundley John Jackson Howard Jenkens MEMBERS Emily Kay Martin S. Litwln Martha J. McAnuIty Travis McElroy Gaston McGinnis Rex McReynolds Frank McCaffery E. J. Moore, Jr. James R. Moseley ROW 1 Bonney Dowdy McAnuIty lampkin Foley Kay ROW 2 Upshow Chermock McReynolds Stroup W. Smith Mozley Jenkins ROW 3 Burns McGinnis Sedlin Peter Corlin ROW 4 Moseley Rudd Thompson Moore ROW 5 C. Smi ' h Blutinger St. John Litwin £ alpha kappa psi OFFICERS HAROLD G. McLEOD WILLIAM J. HAMMER CHARLES H. PITTS CHARLES R. HICKS LORREN L. PURDUE , President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer Master of Rituals Founded in 1904 as a professional fraternity in the field of commerce. Alpha Kappa Psi has remained one of the lead- ing organizations in the business field. Alpha Rho, founded at Alabama in 1924, has since carried out the purposes for which the fraternity was founded as well as the successful execution of local programs and activities. The aims, both nationally and locally, are to further the individual welfare of its members; to foster scientific research in the fields of com- merce, accounts, and finance; to educate the public to appre- ciate and demand higher ideals therein; and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank courses leading to degrees in business administration. Alpha Rho actively worked with the other professional fraternities and the Commerce As- sociation in making Commerce Day an outstanding success. The Alpha Kappa Psi Scholarship award was again presented to the highest ranking male student in the Senior Class. As a result of its efforts and success the Alpha Rho chopter re- ceived the National Efficiency Rating, awarded for earning the maximum number of efficiency points in their National Contest for 1949. William I. Blake A. Edward Bryla John C. Curlee James E. Flurry William J . Hamner Charles R. Hicks C. Paul Howse Robert S. Ketchum Dr. Paul E. Alyea Dr. Edward H. Anderson Professor Edward K. Austin Dean Lee Bidgood E. Douglas Lanford, Jr. Robert E. Lindberg William C. McCain Town ley McGiffert Gwin L. Mclntyre Richardson B. McKenzie, Jr Harold G. McLeod Albert M. Middleton MEMBERS Charles H. Pitts Lorren L. Purdue J. Stanley Putman, Jr Kenneth S. Rollins Junius B. Smith Jimmy Bailey Roland O. Burns Donald Chiratisi Hugh W. Former, Jr. David H. Hitt Elwood Hogan Elon C. Joiner Robert E. Kelly Homer Lee Krout James M. Lavetle John D. Little FACULTY Professor Harry D. Bonhan Marion K. Coley Dr. Samuel P. Garner Dr. Langston T. Howley Dr. Russell L. Lorcom Jack H. Menning Taylor Miller, Jr. Bob E. Parsons Glenn F. Powers Car! J. Vail James M. Wright Ed V. Zimmerly Dr. Von Voorhis Dr. A. J. Penz Dr. Horace H. Washburn ROW 1 Bryla Pifts Hicks Perdue McLeod Hamner ROW 2 Bailey Bloke Putman Wright Little Middleton ROW 3 Rollins Parsons Vail Farmer Zimmerly ROW 4 Curlee Lavelle McCain Miller Joiner ROW 5 Lanford Flurry Kitchum Chirafisi ROW 6 Krout Kelly Powers ROW 7 Lindberg Mclntyre Nixon Burns Hogan 1 ROW 1: Winford, West, Hendrick, Pill, Owen . . . ROW 2: Russell, Bates, Culpepper, Deffke, Ford, Sams, Hollingsworth alpha lambda delta OFFICERS SARA NELL WEST President ANNE HENDRICK ; Vice-President KATHERINE PILL ; Secretary EDITH ANN WINFORD , Treasurer EVELYN OWEN 7 Historian MISS MARGARET MOORER Faculty Advisor JANE RUSSELL Student Advisor An organization founded to encourage scholastic achieve- ment among women students in all undergraduate schools and colleges of the University, Alpha Lambda Delta has made remarkable progress in its twenty years on the campus. Bids for membership are extended to honor Freshman women who have maintained a 2.5 average for two quarters. Tapping ceremonies are held each year during Spring convocation. The Alpha Lambda Delta maintaining the highest overall aver- age for four scholastic years is presented with a gift at gradu- ation time. Twice monthly meetings of the society are held. The topic this year under discussion at the meetings was a study program on student life in foreign countries. During the spring quarter several teas were held honoring incoming Freshman women. Plans for raising the standards have been laid out and all Alpha Lambda Deltas look to the future when the all-woman average will be much higher than the present all-time high. An increased number of eligibles for next year is on indication in the direction of this goal. Judy Bates Lillian Jane Culpepper Marie Deffke MEMBERS Theresa (Ditsy) Ford Anne Hendrick Marjorie Hollingsworth Evelyn Owen Kotlierine Pill Joy Richard Shirley Sams Catherine Shepherd Sara Nell West Louise Williams Edith Anne Winford Page 358 alpha sigma omega BILL EDWARDS HELEN MULDROW , MARY ANN SANDERS PHARES RAYBON MR. RICHARD BROUGH MRS. BERTHA MILLER OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Advisor . . Honorary Advisor Alpha Sigma Omega, on outgrowth of the Univ ersity Art Club which was organized at the University of Alabama by Mrs. Bertha Lewis Miller in 1929, is o professional Art Fraterni- ty. The Art Club adopted the name Alpha Sigma Omega in 1946, and became the professional Honorary Art Fraternity. Membership requires the student to have completed his fresh- man year with a 2.0 quality point average in all subjects, and at least a 2.2 quality point average in Art. The student must have completed at least 18 quarter hours of college art work, of which six must have been taken at the University of Ala- bama. The purpose of Alpha Sigma Omega is to uphold the highest standards of artistic and academic work at the Uni- versity; to provide a meeting ground for students with a pro- fessional interest in art; to raise the standards of productive work at this institution and to provide the highest award for meritorious work by election to membership into this Fraternity. Activities of Alpha Sigma Omega include an annual art ex- hibition in the University Museum, a weekly meeting at the Fraternity studio, sales of student art work for the purpose of promoting an art scholarship fund, a permanent collection of prints to be maintained at the University, and the Spring Art Festival for high schools. MEMBERS Actives: Lila Mae Wells Helen Muldrow Martha Richardson Phores Raybon Thomas immler Bill Edwards Mary Ann Sanders Mary Gene King John Argyle King Richard Muckle Robert Saxon Robert Favre John Parker Charles Ambrose Pledges; Lee Roy Manners Rosemary Fritz Barbara Goodwin ROW 1: Goodwin, Sanders, Muldrow, Wells, King, M. G., King, J. A., Parker . . . ROW 2: Muckle, Ambrose, Brough, Raybon, Edwards, Immler, Saxon, Favre. beta alpha psi OFFICERS DONALD CHIRAFISI President JOSEPH N. BEARDEN Vice-President ROBERT H. ATKINS . Treasurer VIVIAN EARL GRIFFIN Secretary Beta Alpha Psi, national honorary professional account- ing fraternity, was founded at the University of Illinois in 1919 to encourage and foster the ideal of service as the basis of the accounting profession, to promote the study of accounting and its highest ethical standards, to act as a medium between professional men, instructors, students and others who are interested in the development of the study or profession, to develop high moral, scholastic, and profes- sional attainments in its members, and to encourage cordial intercourse among its members and the profession in general. Alpha Beta chapter was established at the University in the fall of 1948, and in its first year and a half has become active in the School of Commerce. Membership is based on standards of scholarship, practicality and sociability. Alpha Beta sponsors various professional meetings and functions, in- ducing panel discussions, which have been opened to the public. It is the goal of every accounting major to gain ad- mission into Beta Alpha Psi. Harris L. Adcock William F. Andrews, Jr. Robert H. Atkins George R. Boggett William B. Barr John G. Baxter Scott R. Seal Joseph N. Bearden Allen E. Bowen A. Edward Bryla Robert H. Butler Kenneth M. Cornathan Faculty: Richord Brewer Luther C. Callahan S. Paul Garner Charles C. Chestnutt Donald Chirafisi John W. Cook Oscar Dean, Jr. Henry A. DeGolyer Raymond G. Dominey Rubin A. Franco Eugene F. Fulgham, Jr. Fred F. Griffin, Jr. Vivian Earl Griffin William J. Hamner William J. Hayes Thomas Humble James E. Money A. J. Penz W. Paul Thomas MEMBERS Charles R. Hicks David H. Hitt James L. Hudgens, Jr. Elon C. Joiner Bruce H. Jones Homer Lee Krout Edward M. Loath Robert F. Lewis Albert Manduley Elmer J. Mann Harold G. McLeod FACULTY W. C. Tuthiil Robert H. Van Voorhis Bernard J. Wade William Whitney Theron L. Parr Jess S. Putman, Jr. Kenneth S. Rollins Charles A. Rountree, Jr. Gilbert B. Routmon Ralph DeWitt Sanderson Perry M. Schlein Amos L. Smith Charles W. Springfield Arch M. Stockard Roy R. Summerville Joseph E. Lone, Jr. Honorary: J. Dozier Arnold William H. Borland Henry C. Teofe Corliss C. Thomas Robert Tobln Hobert E. Tolleson John W. Vines, Jr. Joseph C. Wakefield Wilburn L. Washburn Benton Wheeler, Jr. Frank E. Wilbourne Fred E. Wood Joe M. Young William J. Christian Gilbert F. Dukes Robert E. Foy ROW 1 ROW 5 Griffin, E. Rollins Atkins Chesnutt Bearden Teate Chirafisi Andrews Leath Penz ROW 6 Money Sanderson Mcleod ROW 2 Bryla Vines Springfield Schlein Manduley Lewis Voorhis ROW 7 Putman Hicks, J. Summervill ROW 3 Rountree Hayes Parr Dean Griffin, F. Wakefield ROW 8 Carnathan Jones Routman Wood ROW 4 Bowen Krout ROW 9 Stockard Hitt Baggett Baxter Mann Fulgham ROW to Joiner Hicks, J. beta gamma sigma Beta Gamma Sigma, an outgrowth of a local society, Sigma Eta, founded in the School of Commerce and Business Administration in 1922 by Dean Lee Bidgood, Dr. H. H. Chap- man, and Dr. Arthur Upgreen, mode its formal appearance at the University of Alabama on March 4, 1931. As a synonymous predecessor, Sigma Eta was organized to recog- nize those students who had done superior work during their enrollment as commerce students. The purposes of the Ala- bama Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma are threefold: to en- courage and reword scholarship and acc omplishments in the field of business studies among students and graduates of collegiate schools of business, to promote the advancement of eduction in the science of business, and to foster principles of honesty and integrity in business practice. Alpha chapter was represented in the Commerce Association through the membership of its president in the Executive Council. Other members of the group contributed their part to the success of Commerce Day. Membership into Beta Gamma Sigma is open to eligible candidates only after they have completed ten quarters of work. BURTON R. MORLEY M. CLINTON McGEE DEAN LEE BIDGOOD OFFICERS President Secreta ry-Treosu rer Grand Vice-President Harris L. Adcock Joseph N. Bearden, Jr. Robert O. Boston William Boyd Allen E. Bowen Kenneth M. Cornathon MEMBERS Woodham W. Cauley Rubin A. Franco William W. Garrett Virginia Gloss Chorles M. Hewitt, Jr. Thomas M. Layton Catherine McGinty Theo. K. Mitchelson Walter L. Ogilvie Ralph D. Sanderson James W. Wentling Paul E. Alyea E. H. Anderson Lee Bidgood Horry D. Bonhom H. H. Chapman WilloTi C. Flewellen, Jr. S. Paul Garner FACULTY Langston Howley James Holladoy Horry Lipson M. Clinton McGee John P. Moggard Burton R. Morley Duncon W. Murphy L. J. Nations John P. Noland William E. Pickens W. Poul Thomas Morcus Whitman Glenn P. Brock Page 361 ♦-♦•V-r ROW 1: Vaughn, Gilbert, Cook, Terrell, Bryan, Keith, Hawkins . . . ROW 2: Allen, Williamson, Ogie, Ntemeir, Nixon, Dodge, Faircloth, Woodman ROW 3: Brassell, McCracken, LeGardeur, Mikell, Hartung, King, Garrett, McCabe. chi epsilon OFFICERS THOMAS J. TERRELL President LECIL V. COOK Vice-President W. TED BRYAN Secretary ROBERT E. GILBERT Treasurer Two years ago, fourteen civil engineering students sub- mitted a petition to the national fraternity of Cfii Epsilon, a national fionorory civil engineering fraternity, to establisfi a chapter at University of Alabama. On June 5, 1948, the group received an acceptance of their petition, a charter was in- stalled at the University. With a general aim of improving the engineering profession, the group selects its active mem- bers on the basis of scholarship, character, practicality, and sociability, the four requirements of a successful engineer. In addition to these qualifications the members must be out- standing Juniors and Seniors in the Department of Civil Engi- neering. Projects and programs are conducted within the group which benefit the students o the Department of Civil Engineering as a whole. Periodic meetings are used to dis- cuss problems in the field to acquaint the members more thoroughly with outside practice. MEMBERS Percy C. Nixon Hugh I. Williamson Robert M, Wamsley Howard W. King, Jr. Lonnie B. Hartung Robert V. Hawkins James M. Faircloth Charles C. Niemeir Thomas E. Brossell Andrew J. Dodges Frank L. Vaughn Lecil V. Cook Eugene I. Estapinol Longino A. Woodmar-- FACULTY John W. Jones, Jr. Charles A. Long, Jr James T. Hines, Jr. Elwood Garrett Thomas J. Terrell Robert E. Gilbert Warren G. Keith Alfred T. Mikell George V. LeGardeur, William Ted Bryan Augustus M. Allen Francis J. McCabe Henry M. McCrocken Marcus M. Truitt Page 362 ROW 1: Cronin, Sawyer, King, Wall, Harris, Tldmore, Kizziah, Rountree . . . ROW 2 ■:• :n Huoipldge Gar- " i:.- :;: : - . _ .: ' . : . . . . ROW 3: Miller, Cole, Lovette, Evans, Woinwright, Cornatbon, Greaves . . . ROW 4: Brice, Griffin, George, Sensing, Ferrcll, Constontin, Dover. delta Sigma pi OFFICERS DONALD J. CRONIN President KENNETH CARNATHAN Senior Warden WESLEY FERRILL , Junior Warden WALKER GREAVES Secretary GEORGE KIZZIAH Treasurer HAROLD WALL Chancellor Serving to bridge the gap between business education and business practice. Delta Sigma Pi was founded in 1907 to foster the study of business in universities, to encourage scholarship and the association of the students for their mutual advancement by research and practice, to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and the students of commerce, and to further a high standard of commercial ethics, and the cultural, civic and commercial wel- fare of the community. The Alpha Sigma chapter of the International Fraternity of Delta Sigmo Pi was founded at the University in 1926. Since, it has endeavored to carry out its aims and objectives through its business meetings and professional programs. These programs included tours of local industries, outstanding speakers in the field of commerce and business administration, and industrial films. Many Delta Sigs served in top Commerce Association posts, contributing to the outstanding success of the 1950 Commerce Day. Miss Carolyn Cobb was elected " Rose of Delta Sig " for 1950. MEMBERS Bobby Boites Kelly Dover Walker Greaves Mason Loy Charles Sowyer Scott Beol John Ellis Jock Harris Thomas Miller Gerald Tidmore James Brice Frank Evans McLin Humpidge Theo Mitchelson Charles Woinwright Kenneth Carnafhon Wesley Ferrill Richard King Lionel Noonan Harold Well Alan Cochran Cecil French George Kizziah Chorles Rountree Joe Young Donald Cronin Gene Garrett John Lovette John Sonsing James Youngblood Eornest Deal Richard George Page 363 ROW 1: Morgan, Cowden, Crabtree, Thomas, Bade, Agrkola . . . ROW 2: Head, Dunn, Dormon, Clayton, Simpson, Burnett, Perdue, Vance . . . ROW 3: Johnson, L. M., Carter, Coffey, Lusk, McCarley, Wise, Young, Whitehead . . . ROW 4: Dulce, Ward, Gray, Hannon, Glass, Wade . . . ROW 5: Davies, Thuss, Stephens, Riley Baker, Hooper, Lowson, Curtis, Yeilding . . . ROW 6; Johnson, L. L., Nelson, Walker, Norvel, Crump, Dodd, Yow, LaGrone, Holt, Enslen. nu Sigma nu 1 ■ SAM F. CRABTREE . . OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary , ROY YOUNG RICHARD A. HARRIS JOHN A. LUSK STEINER GARRETT . . . . ....;.. Treasurer j Historian 1 JACK SAUNDERS Custodian Nu Sigma Nu, a fraternity conceived, created and evolved out of a need for cooperation and fellov ship among medical men, has completed its sixty-seventh year. There are now forty-seven chapters in the same number of selected Class A medical schools in the United States and Canada, Beta Phi (Stuart Graves Chapter! at the Medical College of Alabama received a charter in 1947 and nov numbers eighty-one active members. This chapter, since its conception, has established the Nu Sigma Nu prize of fifty dollars to an outstanding senior selected by the faculty and his classmates. Also the chapter has established the Stuart Graves Lecture- ship which presents an outstanding speaker annually. The Nu Sigma Nu Auxiliary, composed of wives of members and alumni, has been active since Beta Phi was established. Class of 1950: Frederick T. Agricola, Jr. Craig P. Bade Joseph T. Brock Robert E. Burnett Haynes C. Byrne Jackson B. Clayton Robert W. Cowden Sam F. Crabtree George Dormon David E. Dunn Claude C. Erwin Philander D. Morgan Mervin W. Perdue Horry M. Simpson, Jr. James B. Thomos, Jr. Scott Vance Douglas H. Wingo Richard F. Bliss Thomas D. Head William F. Buechler Class of 1951: Henry B. Abele Benjamin F. Caffey, Jr. Thomas E. Carter, Jr. Robert L. Droughon, Jr. Roland D. Duff Douglas Collins Burwell S. Carpenter, Jr. Richard A. Harris Leslie M. Johnson John A. Lusk. Ill John T. McCarley, Jr. MEMBERS John M. Moore Ion W. Muir Joseph A. Sherrod John F. Wade John W. Webb, Jr. John S. Whitehead Robert H. Wise Roy G. Young, Jr. Class of 1952: William D. Atchison Lionel M. Borgeron, Jr James S. Bates, Jr. Charles P. Beddow Malcolm C. Cook Joseph E. Duke Steiner D, Garrett Sidney J. Gray, Jr. Kenneth Hannon Louis M. Lamberth Robert M. Lightfoot David E. Owensby Henry G. Gloss Stephen D. Palmer Fred O. Sherrill, Jr. John D. Sherrill, Jr. Class of 1953: James T. Baker Burls R. Boshell Charles H. Crump Earnest M. Curtis, Jr. James S. Davis Phillip J. Enslen Homer H. Floyd, Jr. Douglas Holt Donald Hooper Robert M. Hope Louis L. Johnson Columbus L. La Grone Thomas C. Lowson, Jr. Patrick H. Linton Oscar T. Nelson Samuel S. Norvell Oscar Riley, Jr. Selden H. Stephens Chouncey B. Thurs William A. Walker K. Lemone Yielding John S. Yow, Jr. SSfr- i phi chi OFFICERS BOB HOGAN Presiding Senior FRED DEVANE Presiding Junior BEN BYRD Secretary VAN SPRUIELL Treasurer BEN JACKSON Chapter Editor JOHN HICKS Historian LAMAR MEIGS Judge Advocate Phi Chi, the largest of the medical fraternities, was estab- lished March 31, 1889 at the University of Vermont Medical School. It is a professional fraternity devoted exclusively to those Vi ' ho ore seeking, or have achieved, the degree of Doctor of Medicine. Throughout its sixty-one years. Phi Chi has shown unparalleled growth and development, which can be attributed to the magnetism of its ideals and to the bene- fits which it has consistently provided its student and graduate members. In 1904, Iota Chapter of Phi Chi was established as the first medical fraternity at the University of Alabama. It has thrived upon its basic concept of promoting scholarship and fellowship. The local organization maintains a construc- tive program of education and recreation, including informal lectures, parties, and annual Founders ' Day Banquet. MEMBERS Hugh M. Linder Cloude C. McLean William B. Ponon Paul G. Reque James L, Seibold Samuel Upchurch Paul S. Woodoll Durward O. Wright William C. Borclift Hunter M. Brown Daniel W. Burke Josiah C. Carmichoel Morion T. Davidson Harwell Davis Arthur M. Freeman E B. Glenn James J. Hicks Harry Lee Jackson John F. Jenkins Robert Nelson Thomas O. Paul Frotres in Facultate: Doctors: James M. Mason James S. McLester Ray O. Noojin Robert S. league Seale Harris Wallace A. Clyde Joseph M. Donald Robert F. Guthrie Jack R. Jorvis James B. McLester William H. Riser Frank C. Wilson Leo M. Bashinsky Ivan C. Berrey Thomas Collins James O. Finney Edward A. Harris Hiliary H. Henderson W. Philip Hitchcock Raymond J. Sherer Herbert H. Thomas George W. Warrick William D. Warrick Frotres in Universitate: John Adkins Don Boggett Charles Burt Ben Byrd Harry Caldwell Wallace Calhoun Jim Callahan Oscar Causey Dove Campbell Don Cantley Adrian Chandler Ed Coleman Bob Cruit Fred Devone John Duncan John Hicks Bob Hogan Cliff Holcomb Claude Holland Millard Hoyt Bill Finley Don Golden Arthur Griffin Bob Guyton William Jack Hammock Al Hunt Ben Jackson Shelly Jackson Jack Jaudon Dick Johnson Kendo Jones Charles Jordan Ed Kent Bob Martin Ben Maxwell Pot McCue Lamar Meigs John Merchant George Moss Bill Moughon John Nelson Lamar Osment Claude Parrish George Blue Pinton Ellis Fay Porch Wyatt Pouncey Bill Robertson Frank Skinner Van Spruiell Fred Stonley Charles Steel Cecil Tew Hughey Weir Jim Whiteside Jim Wright George Whatley 1 1 ROW 1: DeVane, Hogan . . . ROW 2: Jackson, B., Chandler, Guyton, Cruitt, Jordan, Whiteside, Baggett, Wright, Griffin . . . Row 3: Colhoun, Osmont, Jackson, L., Meigs, Campbell, Holcomb, Jaudon, Hicks, Byrd, Adkins, Skinner, Jones . . . ROW 4: Tew, Burt, Holland, Merchant, Maxwell, Kent, Martin, Johnson, Nelson . . . ROW 5; Moss, Hoyt, Parrish, Steele, Pouncey, Hammock, Spruiell, Duncan, Golden, Porch, Hunt. phi beta kappa OFFICERS PROFESSOR ALLEN J. GOING President PROFESSOR S. PAUL GARNER Vice-President DEAN WILLIAM F. ADAMS Secretary PROFESSOR JEROME W. SCHWEITZER Treasurer PROFESSOR WILLIAM T. GOING Archivist Recognized nationally as the " elite " of honorary fraterni- ties, Phi Beta Kappa is the first of the Greek-letter organiza- tions and the world ' s largest fraternity, both in number of chapters and membership. Its colorful history began at William and Mary College in 1776 when a social fraternity was founded under the name of " Flat Hots. " Nationwide agitation against secret organizations increased with the ensuing years. As a result, the third chapter, established at Harvard, revealed the fraternity ' s secrets in 1831. From that time the fraternity became strictly an honorary organization in nature. The twelfth chapter of Phi Beta Kappa was established at the University in 1851. Members are selected from liberal arts students on the basis of scholarship and character. Two schol- arly lectures were sponsored during the year. FACULTY Professor Mable Adams Dean William F. Adorns Professor W. M. Adamson Dean C. H. Barnwell Professor Rossiter R. Bellinger Dean Lee Bidgood Mr. Woodrow W. Boyett Mrs. Annodrue Harris Brownback Professor Verner F. Chaffin Mrs. Ralph L. Chermock Professor Elizabeth Coleman Professor Wade H. Coleman Professor R. W. Cowart Dean George J. Davis Professor J. C. Dawson Professor George W. de Schweinitz Professor James F. Doster Professor Donald H. Ecroyd Professor Brooks Forehand Mr. James E. Foy Miss Katharine Fraker President John M. Gollolee Professor S. Paul Garner Mrs. Jean Wallace Gayle Professor Allen J. Going Professor William T. Going Dean Stuart Groves Professor Selby Honssen Dean Agnes Ellen Harris Professor M. Leigh Harrison Dean William M. Hepburn Dr. W. Stanley Hoole Mr, Louis Jaffe Mrs. W. K. E. James Professor G. Burke Johnston Professor Robert E. Jones Professor W. E. Klmbrough Professor George Long Professor Albert Lepawsky Professor Fred A. Lewis Mrs. G. K. Little Dean S. J. Lloyd Professor Miriam Locke Professor John Luskin Dean John R. McLure Professor J. D. Moncil! Mrs. Glenavis R. Martin Professor J. P. Montgomery Mrs. Ira B. Moody Dean A. B. Moore Miss Margaret Moorer Professor Burton Morley General James E. Morrlsette Mrs. Emily Bass Nosh Mr. Grady H. Nunn Professor M. E. Nunn Professor Alton O ' Steen Professor F. L. Owsley Professor Johnstone Parr Mr. W. E. Patterson, Jr. Professor John C. Payne Mr. W. E. Pickens. Jr. Professor John F. Ramsey Mr. Coleman B. Ronsone, Jr. Professor E. F. Richords Professor Sarah H. Rodgers Professor Carl Sartoin Professor Herbert A. Sawyer Mrs. Valeria V. Scarritt Professor J. W. Schweitzer Mr. James M. Scott Professor Don C. Smith Professor Hudson Strode Professor Charles G. Summersell Dean Marten ten Hoor Professor P. W. Terry Professor A. B. Thomas Mrs. A. B. Thomas Dean R. E. Tidwell Mrs. Eleanor W. Titus Professor Buckner B. Trowick Professor Robert H. Von Voorhts Mrs. Dorothy Cox Ward Professor Marcus Whitman Professor C. B. Wicks Professor C. E. Williams Mrs. Murial B. Williams MEMBERS Joseph Patrick Allgood Walter Allen Bonney Robert Owen Bcwen William Lafayette Chapmon John Thornton Dorsey, Jr. William Jennings Dyess Sarah Almon Glass Ben Arthur Green, Jr. John Francis Holtom Sara Frances Jones Annette W. Lloyd Ann Gredell Lutz Rex McReynolds, Jr. Jack Martin Richard Muckle, Jr. James Robert Price John Asa Rountree Beatrice Johnson Speight Beatrice Hester Watson Edward Osborne Wilson, Jr. Page 366 phi chi theta OFFICERS FANNIE MITCHELL President VIRGINIA GLASS Vice-President HATTIE KING Secretary DEAN DICKEY Treasurer Phi Chi Theta, a notional professional fraternity for women in the field of commerce, was organized in 1925. Chi chapter was installed at the University of Alabama in 1936. A 2.0 overoll average and the qualities of good character and leadership are required for membership. Activities of Phi Chi Theta included a party for pledges, a banquet for new members, and a tea for the Commerce faculty and Freshman women. The fraternity also encourages co-operation with the Commerce Association. Many members individually participate in Commerce Day activities, while the group lends its support on a whole. The traditional Phi Chi Theta scholarship key is awarded at the Spring Commerce Ball. The recipient is the woman student in the junior class in Commerce School who has maintained the highest scholastic average during her first seven quarters of residence work. President Mitchell served as President Pro-Tem of Commerce Association for Spring, 1950. MEMBERS Wanda Lee Carraway Ann Chesnut Marianne Counts Dean Dickey Jeonnine Ferrill Virginia Glass Jean Hgnt Ida Mae Hunt Susie Kimbrough Hottie King Jean Brcol s McCoy Fanny Mitchell Ellyn Norwood Amelia Wilson ROW 1; Wilson, Glass, King, Mitchell, Dickey, Carraway . . . ROW 2: Kimbrough, Rosenberg, Norwood, Counts, Hunt, I., Ferrill, Chesnut, Hunt, J. B. S. phi delta kappa OFFICERS DAVID L. DARDEN President GEORGE L. NEWSOME Vice-President BROOKS THOMPSON Historian DAVID K, GLEASON Secretary DR. ROBERT C. HAMMOCK Executive-Secretory LEO T. FURLOW Treasurer DR. GLADSTONE H. YEUELL Faculty Sponsor Recognition for outstanding men in the field of educa- the Sophomore year and preparing for a Hfe career in tion prompted the founding of a national professional educa- educational service. Membership is also extended to faculty tion fraternity at the University of Indiana in 1906. Professional, members and men vv orking in the field of public education fraternal, and honorary aspects are v ithin the framevi ' ork of if they can meet the constitutional requirements and qualifica- the organization. To perpetuate its purpose, which is to pro- tions. Regular meetings and publications are used to keep the mote free public education through the continuing interpreta- members currently informed and interested in the field which tion of the ideals of research, service, and leadership. Phi the organization represents. Each member receives o quarter- Delta Kappa selects its members from men students of de- ly news-letter of the local chapter and the national magazine, serving character and high academic standings who are above The Phi Delta Kappan. FACULTY Fredericl Archer Jobe L. Couch Dean Noble B. Hendrix C. Frank Newell Charles D. Stopp Dr. Charles K. Arey Ralph W. Cowort Dr. George Howard Dr. Alton O ' Steen Dr. Paul W. Terry Dr. Willis J. Boughman James F. Doster Mardis O. Hulsey James L. Nisbet Dean Robert E. Tidwell Woodrow W. Boyette Williom T. Going Dr. Kermit A. Johnson Dr. Eldridge R. Plowden Dr. Frederick L. V estover James F. Caldwell Dr. Joseph H. Hodley Dr. L, Tennent Lee, Jr. Joseph L. Peterson Clinton E. Williams Charles A. Cote Orvil R. House Virgil P. McKinley Dr. Eric Rodgers Dr. Henry B. Woodward, Jr. Dr. Harlan D. Clark Dr. Robert C. Hammock J.C. McLendon Richard R. Schmitz Dr. Gladstone H. Yeuell E. H. Cleino Ben E. Harris Dean John R. McLure Dr. Jackson R. Shormon Wode H. Coleman, Jr. Dr. Joseph C. Hayes Dr. John R. Morton Dr. Verner M. Sims MEMBERS Aubrey C. Bordon Wayne H. Finley Howard L, Joffe George L. Newsome, Jr. Hubert T, Sullivan Lowson J. Brown James L. Flesser Jomes L. Kornegay, Jr. Robert C. Odom John A. Suren William R. Cadenheod David K. Gleason Floyd A. Lawson Jerry M. McDonnell James W. Taylor Robert E. Cochran James H. Gonce Wheeler B. Leeth Charles L. Peorce James W. Truelove Robert C. Covington Harold E. Greer Miles MocGron Cecil Q, Pinkerton Claude F. Ward James F. Cummings Gus O. Homner Milton A. McLoney Elbert E. Rickles Joe C. Wilson David L. Darden Andrew B. Honey Earl D. McCullough William R. Riggs Raymond L. Christain E. D. Dougherty D. L. Howell Floyd D. Miller Thomas W. Smart Cecil I. Tucker W. W. Drake ROW 1: Boughman, Hammock, Yeuell, Darden, Newsome, O ' Donnell, Howard, Gleason ... ROW 2; McLendon, Westover, Drake, Hall, Finley, Smort, Rickles, Riggs . . . ROW 3: Taylor, Ward, Sulllvon, Johnson, Sharmon, Furlow, Dougherty ROW 1 : Head, Eastwood, Bailey, Feigelson, Wall, Skeen, McDuff, Edwards, Litt, Howard, Gulp Cook, Dailey, James, Matthews. ROW 2: Dean Foy, Freeman, MacGowan, Hull, Fell phi eta sigma OFFICERS CHARLES E. SKEEN President HENRY FELL Vice-President MACK MATTHEWS Treasurer ODIS McDUFF . . Secretary Phi Eta Sigma, Freshman scholastic fraternity, has as its purpose the encouragement of study among the Freshmen in order to build a solid foundation for their remaining college careers. The organization taps new members every Spring from the ranks of the Freshmen, and only those who have mode 2.5 or better overage for at least one quarter are eligible for membership. Among the activities of the group is the publishing of the booklet " How to Study, " which is pre- sented to all incoming Freshmen. The Alabama chapter is proud of its record in assisting to formulate national fraternity policy through active participation in the Phi Eta Sigma Na- tional Conventions. The organization furthers scholastic inter- ests nationally, locally, and individually to the students, while endeavoring to foster social relationships. MEMBERS William O. Armstrong Donald C. Bailey Marvin Bearman Martin E. Blutinger Julius T. Cage Robert Coker David A. Conlon John W. Cook Albert Copeland Robert C. Covington Eugene L. Croxton Charles A. Gulp Carrol C. Dailey Richard H. Davis Caldwell DeBardeleben John S. Detweiler James A. Downey George S. Eastwood William J. Edwards Charles Feigleson He nry Fell Donald W. Freeman Marshall Goldstein Joe Handwerger John J. Haymon Oliver Head Robert Howard William E. Hull Anthony Joworsky Homer Lee Krout Donald Londgroff Charles J. Lee James Lemke Thomas E. Lewis Richard E. LItt Joy G. Loader J. Donald Lunn Bradford MacGowan Odis McDuff Lawerence McGinty Mortimer D. Marks Mack Motthews Ewing J. Moore Keith A. Morrow Phil J. Nardoci John F. Porter Robert F. Rey John B. Roberts James J. Scott Earl Shelton Robert D. Sittason Charles E. Skeen Flen Sockwell William Twiber Joseph Vona Mark H. Von Redlich Charles F. Woinwright Harold Well Marvin Weinstein Samuel Wetmore John W. White Chorles E. Wyman Page 369 STANDING: Vaden, Vann, Meddors, Carraway, Traylor, Maddox, Thompson, Wilson, Wise, Parker, Middleton, Bosord, House Adams, McKnight, Lucas, South. SEATED: Semon, Kelley, phi upsilon omicron OFFICERS CAROLYN Mcknight ■. President MARIE LUCAS Vice-President DESPINA SEMON ' . . , Recording Secretary WILLIE FAYE KELLY Corresponding Secretary PAULINE CARRAWAY Treasurer Phi Upsilon Omicron is a National honorary fraternity in Home Economics, composed this year of twenty-six members enrolled in all fields of the school. Membership bids ore open only to students with 2.0 averages who show exceptional leadership, service, and professional attitude. The Psi Chap- ter was established at the University in 1936. Each year Phi Upsilon Omicron selects one student as outstanding Freshman and honors her by engraving her name on plaque provided for this purpose. A plaque was placed in Doster Hall in honor of six Home Economics students from the Capstone who were killed in the Winecoff Hotel fire in Atlanta. Other Phi Upsilon Omicron activities during the year included a joint tea given with Caroline Hunt Club, and vari- ous catering services for other organizations on the campus. MEMBERS Pouline Carraway Louise Clay Befty Jean Huftsturler Willie Foye Kelly Sarah Lancaster Marie Lucas Carolyn McKnight Jewel Kate Maddox Janie Parker Beverly Patterson Jane Barnett Vann Virginia Meddors Ann Morgan Martha J. Saunders Despino Semon Sarah South Melbo Studdard Mary J. Thompson Jewelene Traylor Ruth Wise Mrs. Celio Wilson Jimmie Sue Woodruff Annette Worthington Mary Sue Sewell Geraldine Vaden Shirley House Page 370 ROW 1 : Jotte, SteinlDQcher, Green, Rowell. Butler, Thurston, Cohen . . . RO 2: Luz, Ma hews, vVatson, N. Led better, J. Led better, Solomon, Deason, E. Jones, Mancill, Lewis, Cannon, Ward . . . ROW 3: Bryant, McKeIvy, Mitchell, Stockard, Coker, Hollingsworth, Guin, Jackson, Vogler, Munn, Potton, Cathey, A. Jones . . . ROW 4: Asquith, Wiley, Gunnells, Eastwood, Holtzclaw, Hjorth, Caldwell, Hart, Driggers, Schwartz, Sellers, Eaves, Palmer, Borr . . . ROW 5: Wilson, Harris, Moner, Walsh, Whitney, Handwerger, Armstrong, Webb, Vann, Seebeck, Lacey. pi mu epsilon OFFICERS NEAL P. ROWELL Director FRANK M. BUTLER Vice-President BEN A. GREEN Treasurer DR. H. S. THURSTON Secretary DR. J. D. MANCILL Librarian CLYDE A. WILEY Publicity Chairman MISS SUSIE LEE WARD Social Chairman The first and primary aim of Pi Mu Epsilon is scholarship for the individual member in all subjects and particularly in mothematics. This goal has been achieved in many phases since 1922, the founding date of Alabama Alpha here at the university. One of the charter members of Alabama Al- pha, Dr. F. A. Lewis, is at present head of the mathematics department. Those members of the faculty and the s tudent body are recognized by nomination to membership whose work in the various mathematical sciences has been highly distinguished. Papers ore presented at monthly meetings for the purpose of encouraging a continuing interest among mem- bers. Various contests are open to the entire student body, sponsored by the organization to stimulate outside interest in mathematics. Alabama Alpha of Pi Mu Epsilon looks to the future with a confident hope that the world will become more conscious of mathematics and their usefulness. MEMBERS Robert C. Asquith Frank M. Butler Barbara A. Deason Bynum L. Holtzclaw George W. Howell Roy O. Reode Samuel A. Schwartz Henry P. Stockard Robert H. Sweat Wm. H. Volger Wm. F. Adams Scott Barr Irma Berkowitz Kathleen J. Cannon Elizabeth Cathey Clyde F. Wiley James T. Howell Nimrod McNoir Thomas E. Brossell Wm. T. Bryan Thomas Crawford Herbert Fincher Ben A. Green Morriss J. Jackson Wm. L. Low Haskell Cohen J. C. Eaves Louis Jaffe Mrs. A. M. Jones Ella C. Jones Hubert M. McKeIvy Walter B. Mitchell James O. Patton Robert F. Rey Wm. E. Vickers J. W. Winkler Wallace G. Driggers L. B. Gunnells E. Paul Hjorth Virginia M. HoUey L. M. Hollingsworth Charles Killian George LeGordeur Robert E. McRae Louise Snowden Eugene J. Walsh Jack Cothren Beatrice H. Wotson Walter Wilson George Eastwood FACULTY Oliver L. Lacy Mrs. J. O. Ledbetter F. A. Lewis J. D, Mancill F. H. Mitchell Eric Rodgers Carl C. Sartain C. L. Seebeck Joseph Handwerger Dale Solomon David S. Whitney Robert W. Vonn Wm. O. Armstrong Ronald E. Sellers Jere D. Guin Edward Lilley James Webb Judson J. Hart M. C. Stopp Franz R. Steinbacher H. S. Thurston Susie L. Ward Jack Caldwell Billie B. Bryant Franklin P. Harris Samuel Stephenson Evelyn Mathews Jack D. Munn Ann Lutz Neal P. Rowell J. O. Ledbetter J. L. Couch Hassell Palmer Charlotte Speight Mrs. Mary J. Suttles ROW ONE Palumbo Day Marcus McMurray LaRoe ROW TWO Mickle Burrow Brannon Jones Leslie ROW THREE Bishop Ay res Myrick Moore Lee ROW FOUR Ryne J. W. Smith H. E. Smith Sigma delta chi § theta sigma phi Sigma Delta Chi and Theta Sigma Phi, sional journalistic fraternities, were installed of Alabama in 1948. These organizations, for men, and Theta Sigma Phi for women, the campus through the combined efforts of ing groups and the University Press Club, now serves as parent organization to both the three groups co-operate closely in ma national profes- ot the University Sigma Delta Chi were brought to the two organiz- The Press Club fraternities, and ny types of pro- motional activities. During 1949-30 the fourth-estaters worked on such projects as judging Alabama high school newspapers, publication of the journalism department ' s Journalumni Bulle- tin, and the annual High School Press Institute. Sigma Delta Chi printed and distributed free programs at Crimson Tide home basketball games. The three groups worked together in an effort to organize on association of journalism students in colleges and universities throughout the Southeast. sigma delta chi OFFICERS FRANK LEE President JESSE AYRES Vice-President WILLIAM MICKLE Secretary BILL MYRICK Treasurer Associate Members; C. E. Bounds, Advisor John Luskin J. Russell Heitmon Charles Scorritt Fred Eilond Norman Bassett Members: C. E. Bishop John Burton MEMBERS Frank Carnaggto Horry Cook Roy Edwards Jack Francis John Harmon Sam Harvey Robert Jones Roy Lackey Robert McComas James Moon Charles Moore Frank Palumbo William Pittmon Robert Ryne Grover Smith Hector E. Smith James W. Smith Sam Wetmore Harold Wilson theta sigma phi OFFICERS LOUISE McMURRAY President SUE JONES Vice-President DIXIE LaROE Secretary FLORENCE DAY Treasurer PHYLLIS MARCUS Keeper of Archives Wilmo Lane Jeanne Leslie Barbara Burrow Mimi Simms RomesQ Plampin Pat Brannon MEMBERS Katherine Harrison Betty Bollman Pledges: Thelma Leonard Marianne Cole Barbara Beaulieu MIgnonne Bray Associate Members: Mrs, Charles Scorritt Miss Eunice Hinman Page 372 tau beta pi 6YNUM L. HOLTZCLAW VOUIS SELF OFFICERS FRANK M. BUTLER, JR Vice-President H. H. MEIGS Recording Secretary W. G. KEITH President Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Founded at Lehigh University in 1885, Tau Beta Pi has since grown to the extent that there are now eighty-five chap- ters. Alabama became the fifty-first chapter in 1926. Tau Beta Pi selects .members from Juniors and Seniors who are outstanding in scholarship and character. St. Pat ' s Day fur- nishes the scene for public tapping ceremonies, held each year during the spring. Each year on annual award is made to the Sophomore in engineering who has maintained the highest scholastic average throughout his first four quarters in school. During 1949-50 the fraternity sponsored projects in- cluding the establishment of the Student Hobby Shop. This shop is located under the walkway to the cafeteria. Another project of merit was the establishment of a faculty rating system in the College of Engineering. The names of all mem- bers initiated are inscribed on plaques and hung in the New Engineering Building. William O. Armstrong Robert C. Asquith John M. Bennett Thomas E. Brassell Lowry Blackburn William Ted Bryon Broadus M. Bryant John Lee Burch Frank M. Butler, Jr. Edward T. Carr Kenneth Coons Harold Cotter J. R. Cudworth George David, Jr. James B. Carr Robert C. Cockrell Robert N. Coker Willie G. Creswell David W. Dodds Benjamin Edwards Herbert A. Fincher Arthur E. Fitzgerald Harry F. Giovanni William R. Goode James Faircloth John Gollalee W. D. Jordan W. F. Gray MEMBERS Philip W. Gore Hilary F. Livingston L. B. Gunnells, Jr. Jack L. Loper Benjamin L. Hayley William L. Low Lawrence M. Holiingsworth Henry M. McCracken Bynum L. Holtzclaw Robert D. McDonald Eugene Paul Hjorfh Hubert M. McKeIvy Morris Jackson Nimrod McNair Fred E. Keith Ewell B. Meado ws Joe O. Ledbetter Ernest B. Nathan George V. LeGardeur, Jr. James O. Potton, Jr. W. G. Keith Fred Maxwell H. H. Meigs W. J. Miller FACULTY Leith Potter Bill Rey H. A. Sawyer W. F. Scofield Fred B. Powell Robert F. Rey S. Jay Roberts Spurgeon L. Robinette Samuel A. Schwortz Louis Self Norman Swonson Robert H. Sweat Howard Ed Thomas Robert L. Thompson R. Q. Shotts George Webb E. C. Wright T. N. McVoy Robert W. Vann Dallas N. Vickers William H. Vogler Eugene J. Walsh David G. Whitney Clyde F. Wiley Hugh I. Williamson James W. Winkler Richard J. Wuller J. W. Stewart F. H. Mitchell C. C. Sortoin ROW 1: Asquith, Carr, Self, Butler, Holtzclaw, Schwartz, Gunnells, McCracken . . . ROW 2: Walsh, Creswell, Bennett, Kuenzel, S ' ewart, Rey, Meadows, Potton . . . ROW THREE: Whitney, Hjorth, Low, Carr, McDonald, Thomos, Burch, Thompson . . .ROW 4: Vogler, Swanson, Armstrong, Holiingsworth, Black- burn, Vann, Ledbetter, Bryan . . . ROW 5: Sweat, Fitzgerald, Jackson, Loper, Winkler, Gore, Powell, Keith . . . ROW 6: Brassell, Williamson, Potter, Cockrell, Coker, Hayley, McKeIvy, LeGardeur. theta tau OFFICERS GEORGE LE GARDEUR Regent CHARLES PELHAM Vice-Regent JOHN P. LOGAN Scribe HERBERT FINCHER Corresponding Secretary MARVIN McGARITY Treasurer The origin of Theta Tau, the first of its kind to be organ- ized and now ranked as having the largest membership of all groups of its type, dates back to 1904 at the University of Minnesota. Total membership of the national fraternity founded to promote comradeship among promising engineer- ing students and outstanding graduate engineers now exceeds 12,000. Mu Chapter, the twelfth of the present twenty-six chapters of the national organization to be founded, was established at the University in 1922. Mu was an outgrowth of a locally-organized group known as the Castle Club. The engineering members of Mu hold various smokers throughout the year to discuss current problems and subjects related to the advancing field of engineering. Bi-weekly meetings pro- vide an opportunity to present men from the field as guest speakers to inform the group of the latest advances in technology. MEMBERS Augustus M. Allen Robert C. Asquith Jack Cole Brown Ted Bryan Bill Crowder Herb Fincher Joe S. Foster Bill Hayes L, M. Holiingsworth George Le Gordeur Hilton Logan John P. Logan M. H. Marshall Marvin McGority Gene McRae Erskine Mossey Ralph Macey Aram Mooradian Rabun Mills Charles Pelham Robert F. Rey Joe Sovery John Searcy Thomas Snow Karl Stork Ben Vallely William Vogler Hugh Williamson Tim Wusko Fletcher Young Thomas Brosseil Robert L. Broad Frank Butler W. A. Hamilton Howard S. Mason John D Allen Charles J. Archer Christy C. Bailey Donald Bailey Harold L. Baker James Corr W. H. Carter C. E. Dickson Henry Fell Dick Gaynor K. A. Gustofson Henry Harris J. E. Horrre A. T. Henry Robert K. Johnson A. J. Karanian Mack Matthews Ewell Meadows Robert Milner E. W. Morris James Morrow W. D. Murphree F. J. McCabe Norman F. McLeod A. Niemczok Jack Pollard J. J. Samuels S. A. Schwartz T. C. Spinks Robert Sweat Thomas Terrell Ed Thomas David Whitney Vann York L. M. Young D. N. Vickers Asst. Prof. George Bator Asst. Prof. William K. Rey FACULTY Prof. James M. Faircloth Assoc. Prof. W. F. Scofield Assoc. Prof. Warren Keith Asst. Prof. A. L, Woodman ROW 1: Morris, Young, Meadows, McCobe, Foster, Schwartz, Wusko, Vogler, Dickson, Carr, Carter, McLeod . . . ROW 2: Terrell, York, Harris, H. H., Fair- cloth, Pelham, LeOardeur, Whitney, Logan, McRae, Keith, Rey, Gustafson . . . ROW 3: Murphree, Savery, Williamson, Karanian, Archer, Johnson, MlTner, Fell, Allen, A. M., Harris, J. E., Butler, Brassell, Holiingsworth, Bailey, D., Bryan, Sweat, Crowder, Allen, J . . . Row 4: Henry, Matthews, Macey, Broad, Samuels, Asquith, Baker, Bailey, C, Niemczak, Pollard, Gaynor, Morrow, Spinks, Thomas, Stark. (T % P ' [V i si - J . wJS. A .Sw JL. r--,s nn 1 1 1 ;U • in m r university religious council OFFICERS REBECCA WILBURN President BYRON KENNEL Vice-President ELOISE ROGERS Secretary FRED COLLINS Treasurer REVEREND GEORGE MURRAY Advisor The University Religious Council, consisting of a repre- sentative from each of the campus religious organizations, come into being during the early part of 1947. Each organi- zation is entitled to one representative for every 200 mem- bers. The first meeting, held on April 7, 1947, occurred after the several religious organizations had vv ' ritten and ratified the new constitution. The Council itself is composed of the University Ministers ' Association and the Student Religious Association. This Council furnishes the medium through which students and ministers work together, promoting religious consciousness on the campus and facing problems common to all. The clothing drive for needy students overseas, the annual church night, and the highly successful Religious Em- phasis Week ore projects promoted by the Council. Members of the Religious Council are Baptist Student Union, Canterbury Club, Christian group, Hillel Foundation, Lutheran group, New- man Club, Wesley Foundation, Westminster Fellowship, and YMCA. Council meetings are held monthly. MEMBERS Zoch Azar Harold Bain Omar Baker Mary Bellenger Sylvia Bolosky Alice Buigoyne Richard Buettner Alton Buzbe© Kit Carson Harris Cohen Fred Collins Bob Covington Carolyn DeVane Darlene Guenther Leo Hgyti Lynn Hollis Malcolm How ell Mac Humpidge Byron Kennel John Lone Zolner Lowery Mark Marks Frankie McRae Thelma Namins Helen Neeley John Neeley Sue Oswald Glenn Pearce Bert Powell Stanley Putman Elwyn Rasco Eloise Rogers Goodloe Rutland Harold Shirley Phil Stegmeyer Belton Thomas Charles Turner Sara Nell West Rebecca Wilburn Emmett Wilkerson Louise Williams George Williams Jack Winter ROW 1: Lowry, De Vane, Oswald, Guenther, Bolosky, L. Williams, Nomios, West . . . ROW 2: Thomas, Turner, Kennel, Murray, Wilburn, Rogers, Collins, H. Neely, McRoe, Burgoyne . . . ROW 3: Powell, Covington, Buzbee, Shirley, Harvell, Lone, Hollis, Mitchell, J. Neely, Taylor, Rutland, Stegemeyer, Carson, Wilkerson, Buettner, G. K. Williams, Bain, Rasco, Baker. ' ■ ROW 1: Rosenfeld, Fischel, Jaffe, Sherman, Zorovsky . . . ROW 2: Arstein, Gorden, Adier, Gilbert, Blumber . . . ROW 3; Prets, Berman, Hagedorn, Zalkind, Bern, Sheckter, Cohn, Finke, Levift, Friedman. hillel foundation OFFICERS BERNARD JAFFE President SHIRLEY ROSENFELD Vice-President ROSLYN ZAROVSKY Secretary ALBERTA SHERMAN Treasurer In 1949-50, Hillel in its fifteenth year on campus served five fiundred and thirty-five students and faculty members of the Jewish faith. Its objectives were the care of religious and spiritual needs of all its members, educational and social programs, counselling and vocational guidance service, wel- fare and charitable projects, and the fostering of inter-cultural and interfaith relations on campus. Sabbath and Holiday ob- servances, interfaith meetings of a religious and social nature, and a program of religious instruction were in the foreground of Hillel efforts. The educational activities included radio and choral work, folk dancing, current events, welfare drives, etc. A Married Couples ' and Graduates ' Club provided for the needs of this particular group. Service to the campus included a Film Series and a Vocational Guidance Week open to the public, and participation in campus charities and Re- ligious Emphasis Week. The Groundbreaking ceremony for the new building, which will be located corner 10th Avenue and 8th Street, took place February 26th. Jack M. Berman Bernard Jaffe Harris Cohen Robert Cohn Jimmy Levitt Carl Fink Sylvia Bolasky Marc Marks COUNCIL Alberta Sherman Shirley Rosenfeld Eleanor AdIer Sally Orstein Arlene Gilbert Roslyn Zarovsky Herb Blumberg Marvin Hurvich Alice Enteen Bill Bernstein Seymour Schecter Horris Friedlander Joan Shearer Beverly Gordon Stanley Hassenberg Leonard Hackman Page 376 newman club JAMES E. ROACH THERESA VIZZINA OFFICERS President JOSEPH HEIBERGER Vice-President LOOMIS CHILDS Treasurer Secretary Through various activities the Newman Club serves to coordinate the spiritual, intellectual, and social interests of Catholic students at the University. The Club endeavors to fulfill its purpose and to aid the church through the Bishop of the Diocese and by Catholic action. Informal discussions, lectures, and programs at the Nev man House are conducted to promote spiritual interests. In addition, club members at- tend Holy Communion on at least one Sunday a month at St. Francis Chapel. Charity is exemplified by cooperation of the members among themselves and v ith world-wide affiliates. To develop character all individual members have a part in the over-all operation of the Club. Basketball, baseball, and football teams, picnics, parties, informal dances, and coffee hours add the necessary activities for a well-rounded program. R. Armstrong D. Kemper S. Gahon J. Lombordo J. Quinn C. Bociulis W. Sullivan F. Rodriques O. Deletto J. Berg C. Casello S. Romaine R. Mello R. Delia Rocco J. Geiger E. Vickers J. Borboro R. Ravenelle F. McLaughlin E. Lewis M. Kennedy E. Honsen M. Wixon W. Reeves J. Roach E. Greenwood D. Boll A. Adesso K. Miller L. Audesey J. Heiberger G. O ' Callaghan E. Staub S. Hollis J. McHugh J. Trocy F. Clifford J. McGovern J. Thomas V. Woods S. Citrono J. Alegri H. Reynolds T. Vizzino M. Domrich G. Tolese N. Tortorici M. Ozust H. Harris P. Bogwell R. Ford J. Lovoy T. Mulvoney W. Biers F. Componella S. Harding R. Shirtz A. Cordero P. Mentz R. Civil Z. Azar J. Stevenson B. Casello J. Sofie H. Borriol E. Bellinger M. Briece M. Staley O. Perry L. Childs ROW 1: Heiberger, Vizzino, Citrono, Reverend Mulvoy, Terrel, Casello, CHi ' ds, Roach . . . ROW 2: Bellinger, Gieger, Ball, Bagwell, Staley, Lucas, Mazurk . . . ROW 3: Harsen, K eenon, Ellis, Clifford, Borbaro, Jones . . . ROW 4: Beirs, Morgan, Ravenelle, Stonfallipo, Perry, Collins, Formon, Tortorici, Merril, De- lotti, Hannon, Alegri, Ford, Banks, Azar, Mello, Miller, Lumpkin , . . Row 5: Armstrong, Rodriguez, Chambers, Barrial, Kemper, Reynolds, Greenwood. ROW ONE: I. Williams Pearce Passmore Clyatt ROW THREE: Staton M. Davis Stroup Fowler Rasco Lowry Blackwell Adams Seymour Kemp E. Davis Taylor Cook Roberts Baker Hilburn Skaggs Rev. Still ROW TWO: ROW FOUR: Strothers Bruner West Ellisor Soenger Kropp Mrs. Echols G. Williams Dr. Echols Brown Coffman Ellis Rogers Wilkerson wesley foundation OFFICERS JAMES SEYMOUR President ELWYN RASCO Vice-President ELOISE ROGERS : Secretary JOHN COOK Treasurer Wesley Foundation, Methodist center for some three thousand students, acts as a complete church unit. There is a minister, a board of stewards, and a group of standing committees who coordinate and carry on functions of various natures sponsored by the organization. Wesley Center, com- plete with student lounge, workshop and kitchen, Sallman Chapel, and offices of the Wesley Foundation, is located near the campus at 614 Tenth Avenue. At the present time Sunday church services are conducted in Doster Hall, but plans are under way for the construction of a beautiful new chapel to be located near the present location of the Wesley Center. Worship services, organized forums, and Wesley Hour Fel- lowship are held at the Center. With a wide range of spiritual and recreational activities, the Wesley Foundation is a power- ful influence on spiritual development of Methodist students at the University. Photograph shows leaders only. DR. WILLIAM GRAHAK 4 E( M E. IHOLS ECHOLS STILL . . Director MRS. HERBERT J. SAENGER MR. JAMES HATCHER PATRICIA PASSMORE . INET REBECCA WILBURN M Si Counselor MRS. WILLIAM GRAH REVEREND FREDERICK ED DAVIS Housemother .... Associate Director CAB ...Vice-President of Contacts Attendance Dormitories nister of Music udent Assistant Center JESSIE EDGEWORTH SARA NELL WEST HENRY THORNBURG DORYA LYDA LOUISE WILLIAMS FAY FOWLER EMMETT WILKERSON ALBERT BRUNER PILLIE RICHARDSON JAMES JACKSON WALTON GARRETT AL ELLIS ELIZABETH MORRISON GERALD STATON Fellowship . Kitchen Kabinet Missions MARGARET WEAVER . Membership Sorcrilies MARILYN SKINNER JOHN BAKER . . Social Services DAVID ABERNETHY . . .Vice-President of Program Wesley Chcir Ushers THOMAS CALHOUN Vice-Pres dent of Promotion GARLAND STROUP MILDRED DAVIS . ... Fcrum Library Academics Art GLENN PEARCE Pi Tau Chi Building PAT ADAMS ELWYN RASCO Depu ' otions ROSEMARY MEADOWS. . . JAMES ELLISOR V esley Hour CHARLES LANGDON OMER BAKER Editorial Publiri:y Albert Bruner James Seymour Elwyn Rasco Glenn Pearce COUNCIL Saro Nell West George Williams MEMBERS Mildred Davis Garland Stroup Wayne Pot Ad Taylor 3ms James Ellisor Gordon Blackwell Page 378 Westminster fellowship OFFICERS HARRY MITCHELL President ALICE BURGOYNE First Vice-President DARLENE GUENTHER Second Vice-President BYRON KENNEL Treasurer CAROLYN DeVANE Recording Secretary MAC HUMPIDGE Corresponding Secretary M, C. MclVER, JR Minister to Students The Westminster Fellowship is the Presbyterian Student Organization on the campus. Its members are all the Presby- terian students attending the University. The house, the Minis- ter to Students, and all the existing facilities are placed on the campus by the Presbyterian Church so that its students might have a " Church home away from home. " The goal of the Fellowship and for student work as a whole is that its members might become candidates for the degree of eternal life, and not just for some academic degree. For the first time in three years, the Fellowship now has a home. A new student center, at 16 Thomas Circle, is now the hub of all the activities of work, worship, play, and prayer that go to make a student religious organization. Plans were made to bring a D.P. student to the campus, and work was done on the $1000 campaign for the benefit of student work throughout the state of Alabama. Alabama also played host to the Leadership Conference of the Synod of Alabama in April. Services held weekly include Sunday School at the First Pres- byterian Church in Tuscaloosa, evening worship at the West- minster House every Sunday, a coffee hour, a Bible study hour, morning devotionals every Thursday morning at 7:30, and Fellowship of the Concerned meetings, all at the West- minster House. Westminster Fellowship is the Presbyterian church at work on the campus. COUNCIL MEMBERS CO FANNING Alumni Files CAROL LUKENS Contact JOHN GRAHAM Contact SAM SMITH Equipment BILL ALLEN Historian FRANCES HALE Hostess PAT PATTERSON Midweek Program DAVIS YEUELL Missions EUEL SCREWS Music ANNESSE SMITH VAL BOWMAN Publications BOBBY O ' CONNER . Refreshments LUCILLE HIGH Social GLEN ANDERSON Social Service PHIL ENGLISH WALTER SMITH ED STEELE ALMA SHAW BILL FULTON Ushers Ushers Sports Sunday School President .Sunday School President Promotion h V. A ROW 1 Roj. 11119, Simmons, Hollingsworth, Dennis, Butler . . . ROV 2 A pL,uiJ, Hobui;, Ncwmun, Aurphy, Young, Whife, McClusky, Low, Wisdom, Turner . . . ROW 3: Tortorici, Champion, Millet, Asquith, Schwartz, Helms, Wiley, Patten . . . ROW 4: Sobell, Lyons, Torwarter, Martin, Ayers, Smith, Wil- liomson, Beorden, Harper, Compton . . . ROW 5: Miller, Gray, Hughes, McKeIvy, Ponds, Zeanah, Hayley, Morris, Holtzclaw, Ary, Allen, Williams, H., Thomp- son, Kropp, Keith, Dickson, Winkler . . . ROW 6: Honeycutt, Wilkins, GunnelU, Littrell, Alford, Williams, J., Schroeder, Lewis, Harris, Skoglund, Bell, Jordan, Stevenson. american institute of electrical engineers OFFICERS ROBERT O. RUSHING Chairman LAWRENCE M. HOLLINGSWORTH Vice-Chairman JOHN W. SIMMONS Secretary FRANK M. BUTLER : Treasurer PROFESSOR W. F. GRAY Counselor The University of Alabama Branch of A.I.E.E. was formed on the campus in 1920. The object of this organization is to cooperate with the American Institute of Electrical Engineers in the development of the latent abilities of students, primarily through the holding of meetings, the presentation and dis- cussion of papers, reports, abstracts, end participation in in- spection trips to places of engineering interest, and such other activities as would increase their future value in the field of electrical engineering. The national organization of American Institute of Electrical Engineers took place in 1884, and has as its objects the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical engineering and of the allied arts and sciences, the maintenance of high professional standing among its members and the development of the individual engineer. The Insti- tute has contributed largely toward the remarkable progress in its field, and has been on important factor in advancing the interests of its individual members and of the entire engi- neering profession. Henry Sobolewski Will am E. Lyons Edward Paul Schroeder Homer M. Appleyard Charles E. Dickson Eynum L, Holtzclaw Robert C. Asquith James O. Patton, Jr. L. B. Gunnels, Jr. John C. Alford John C. Murphy Murray R. Millet E, William Morris Joseph W. Turner, Jr. Charles C. Helms Fred B. Hobort Kenneth E. Williamson Clifford C. Lewis Joseph R. Bearden Benjamin L. Hayley Lawrence M. Hollingsworth Henry C. Jordan Aaron W. Newman William Compton Lonnie N. McClusky William F. Skoglund Fred B. Stevenson Ralph C. Honeycutt MEMBERS Frank M, Butler John W. Simmons Robert O. Rushing Henry H. Harris A. C. Eentley W. W. Bell. Jr. G. C. Beoson D. A. Barnes L. H. Bryant, Jr. W. D. Brooks R. L. Brock T. H. Bond, Jr. P. G. Blount L. J. Contafio J. Castleberry E. F. Dennis D. J. Dickinson, Jr. L. D. Elder H. A. Fincher R. L. Ford J. E. Harbuck L. J. Hill W. D. Hooper L. F. Hough R. T. Jackson R, K. Johnson W. R. Kirkwood J. U. Lemke J. R. Little, Jr. R. Loeb C. R. Lawman D. C. Martin, Jr. L. McAllister E. W. McCullough, Jr E. B. Nathan M. T. Oray H. W. Parson D. J. Reed, Jr. W. L. Rigsby S. L. Rabinette, Jr. J. B. Shearer, Jr. R. J. Wuller Page 380 institute of aeronautical sciences JOHN L. BURCH DAVID KRAVITZ fv ARY COLEMAN EUGENE McRAE OFFICERS Chairman Vice-Chairman Secretary-Treasurer Sf. Pal ' s Representative The Institute of Ae-onautical Sciences is on international terhnical society in the field of aeronautical engineering. Membership in the Student Branch at the University of Ala- bama is open to any student regularly enrolled in the Aero- nautical courses. Activities of the student branch consist o ' bi-monthly meetings at which items of general and technical ceronautical interest are presented. Social activities are al. ' o a part of its functions. Current activities for the 1949-50 year included plans for instigation of Southeastern Regional Meetings with other student groups. The local organization assisted its members in becoming members of the parent so- ciety upon graduation. IAS plays an important role in the field of aeronautical engineering during the pcst-grcducte era of the student as well as the undergradua ' e. These branches offer a pathway for the formal technical t:ainin3 upon entrance into the outside field. Robert H. Adas Lbyd A. A..ams Lcuis H. Anderson, Jr. Harold L. Eoker David F. Eerry Harold J. Earriai Ernest Brooks John H. Bryont John L. Burch Remo Corboni Charles P. Caruso Millard B. Capell Williom E. Carr Thomas D. Christopher Mary E. Coleman . i:-.ard H. Cozine RD ert F. Crowford William E. Crcwder, Jr. David Davis Foul L. Deiming John C. Deioney Fred R. Donovan James W. Downing Raymond Evans Jack H. Furman H. L. Green Michael J. Green V illiam R. Greenv ood A .EMEERS Mark C. Gregoire Faul H. Gregory, Jr. Kendall A. GusJafson Charles P. HonnDn Curfis G. Harvey Rudolph H. Henlschel Horace L. Heard William B. Horner Edward F. Holland James E. Jewell Carl G. Johnson Leo Jones Arthur J. Karanion R. D. Karanion David Kravitz Joe H. liebocher Robert E. McRae Ralph E. Mocey Fred W. Monok John E. Moner Ernest A. Monzi Mortimer D. Marks Robert McDonald William D. Murphree William E. Palmer John P. Perdue Allious L. Petty Raymond A. Petty Ernest M. Flummer Richard L. Ravenclb Orville A. Reed, Jr. Glenn L. Schroeder Reg nald H. Shepherd James P. Shivers Audrey J. Short Joseph L. Simms Bobby G. Staton Tandy J. Thronton Eugene J. Walsh David Whitney V t ROW ONE: ROW FIVE: Hoover McDonald Carr Reed Krovite Rozeor ROW SIX: Greene Staton Murphree ROW TWO: Caruso Potter Leioocher Steinbacher Gustofson Coleman Burch ROW SEVEN Jones Gregory Mocey Greenwood Davis Johnson Deimling ROW THREE: Marks Koronian, A. J. Berry Karanion, R. D. Honnon ROW EIGHT: McRae Gregoire Baker Petty Borriol Schroeder Evans Jewell Moner ROW FOUR: Shivers ROW NINE: Plummer Capell Deioney Green Perdue Whi ney Bryant Walsh Caroline hunt club OFFICERS ROBBYE PRICE President MELBA STUDDARD Vice-President GLENDA ALEXANDER Secretary CILE McCURDY Treasurer Caroline Hunt Club, Home Economics Education organiza- tion, provides membership opportunity for all students in that division of the University. The club has been affiliated with the American Home Economics Association since 1927, during which time it has rendered valuable assistance to all Home Economics majors. Its purpose is aimed at making campus life in general and its living worthwhile. The year ' s numerous activities, which are planned in advance of the scholastic year, are directed toward the purpose of making life more enjoy- able for all students during their stay at the university. During the fall quarter of 1949, a tea was held honoring all incoming freshmen and transfer students. Avondale Mills presented an open fashion show under the sponsorship of Caroline Hunt Club during the Fall session. Caroline Hunt Club also sponsored fashion show by the Clothing and Textile Department. Talks of interest to all club members were conducted at the monthly meetings during the year. Scholarship funds for several stu- dents are maintained by Caroline Hunt Club each year. Round- ing out the club ' s activities for the year was the picnic in the spring and the annual installation of officers. MEMBERS Glenda Alexander Wilma Barnes Myro Nell Barnett Joy Barnhart Frances Berk Diane Bostick Dot Brinkley Dot Brown Frances Bryan Shirley Coin Sue Champion Louise Cloy Mary Ann Cole Pot Conway Mary Louise Cooper Carolyn DeVane Joyce Elmore Eleanor Elsberry Joyce Evans Beverly Everett Nancy Flagge Jeanne Fuller Jean Ganey Joyce Gieger Bobbie Glaze Kotherine Glover Ethel Grottle Jackie Guest Sarah Gunn Elizobeth Gunter Frances Hale Jean Hall Patty Hart Morjorie Hollingsworth Rose Elsie Jeffer Jo Allen Jennings Belvo Jones Wilma Kelly Kathleen Knowles Peggy Lay Terrye Lechel Martha Ann Maxwell Beverly Morris Cile McCurdy Mary Evelyn McDonald Virginia McDonald Johanna Factor Ann Parker Diane Parker Dot Paul Robbye Price Dona Redditt Sue Reddoch Polly Robertson Cathy Rodgers Juanita Rucker Mary Ann Sanders Martha Jane Saunders Alice Scott Morgie Scoggins Janice Segrest Leslie Spearman Bobby Speed Peggy Stewart Melba Studdord Janice Sumner Martha Ann Thompson Vertrude Tunstill Lucille Tunstill Ann Vann Jane Vann Theresa Vizzina Jody Walker Barbara Wall Ann White Florence Weinstein Annette Worthington Dot Woth Jerelyn Wright Marilyn Wright Nancy Wright Jeanette Wyatt Nancy Young ROW 1: Davidson, House, McCurdy, Studdord, Price, Alexander, Elmore . . . ROV 2: Fuller, Colemon, Barnett, Worthington, Cloy, Pelharr McKntght, Hall, Knowles, Whi e. Young, Tunstill, Tunstell, Glover, Wyott, Feldman, Sellers, Jennings, MocDonold, Parker. ROW 3: y iaca commerce association EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MELVIN WEBER President JIM BRICE -Vice-President CLYDE RODDAM President of Freshman Class VIRGINIA GLASS Secretary FRAZIER VAUGHN President of Graduate Association GEORGE KIZZIAH Treasurer FANNY MITCHELL President of Phi Chi Theta JACK REDMOND President of Senior Class DON CRONIN President of Delta Sigma Pi DON HANDLEY President of Junior Class HAROLD McLE OD President of Alpha Kappa Psi HARRIS FRIELANDER President of Sophomore Class DON CHIRAFISI President of Beta Alpha Psi Composed of over 900 members and representing more for a Freshman orientation program for incoming Commerce than 1700 students, the 1949-50 Commerce Association en- students. Commerce Day further revealed the efforts of the tered the record book as a successful and outstanding con- group. At convocation students heard the decision of the tributor to progress and history of the School of Commerce. Board of Trustees to submit for approval the renaming of the Governed by the Executive Council, composed of Commerce Commerce Building to Bidgood Hall and the approval of an School class presidents, professional fraternity presidents, the additional vv ' ing to be constructed onto the present building, graduate school president, SGA representatives, and the Panel discussions and displays in the afternoon were con- elected officers, the Commerce Association served to create ducted by outstanding business men from all parts of the unity among the students of commerce, a closer relationship state. " Look ahead, look South " was the theme of the between the faculty and students, and a more direct contact 1950 Commerce Day activities and Ball. Climaxing the year with the business world. Material evidence of the Associa- was the annual Spring Frolics, at which " Miss Executive Secre- tion ' s efforts was in the form of a clock placed in the lobby tary " was elected and the various Commerce groups presented of the Commerce School. Plans were initiated and discussed their skits. REPRESENTATIVES TO S. G. A. Elvin Kanfer John Curlee Ed Thornton Fannie Mitchell COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN GEORGE KIZZIAH General Chairmon JACK REDMOND JOE VANCE , Luncheon Committee VIRGINIA GLASS KENNETH ROLLINS Panel Discussions and Display JOHN CURLEE DON CRONIN Commerce Ball HAROLD McLEOD LOWELL FRIEDMAN Publicity FRAZIER VAUGHN , D ickie McKenzle Jim Wright Posters and Signs Correspondence Welcoming and Registration . Student Guide Committee . . . . Convocation Committee ROW 1: Redmond, Gloss, Brice, Weber, Kizziah, Constontin . . . ROW 2; Friant, Roddam, Cronin, Mitchell, Rollins, McLeod Thornton, Ryan, Wright, McKenzie, Vaughn, Curlee, King, Howse, Friedlander. ROW 3: Friedman, Wilson, ROW ONE: Burrcw Cone O ' Neil Woodham Cain Leonard McKinley ROW TWO: Edwards McGee Smith Alderman H. Wilson ROW THREE: Deiweiler Taylor Briece Bagwell C. Wilson ROW FOUR: Ayres Lac! ey Boone Myrick ROW FIVE: Harvey Wetmore Montgomery ROW SIX: Lee Mayfield Holston Bishop university press club OFFICERS J. W. SMITH President BILL PITTMAN .- . . - Vice-President LOIS ALDERMAN , Secretary LOUISE McMURRAY Treasurer Composed of students who are seeking a major or minor in journalism, the University Press Club serves to promote fellowship among prospective fourth estalers. The club assists and encourages work on student publications and indulges in such activities as are in keeping with the nature of their chosen profession. The Press Club sponsors various talks, panels, and discussions throughout the year. Prominent speak- ers in the South mode visits during the year to speak at Press Club meetings. Members of the faculty were frequently called upon to conduct and take part in discussions for the group. The Press Club also served as a judge for high school news- papers. The groundwork was laid in the Winter quarter for a conference of journalism students in the Southeast. This conference was formed to discuss vital problems affect- ing journalism students in the South. The Press Club also serves as a father to Sigma Delta Chi, notional professional journalism fraternity for men, and Theta Sigma Phi, a similar organization for women, and was instrumental in bringing both of these organizations to the campus. Meetings are held weekly. Jesse Ayres Fronk Lee Will Mickle EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Bill Myrick Anne Cain Harry Cook Buddy Smith MEMBERS Members: Lois Alderman C. E. Bishop Floyd Boone Frank Carnoggio Jesse Ayres Marianne Cole Ray Edwards Frank Holston Ted House Gene Keslin Ray Lackey Frank Lee Will Mickle Bill Myrick Bob McComas Louise McMurray Sam Wetmore Bill Pittman J. W. Smifh Charlie Wilson Harold Wilson Jim Moon Anne Cain Ken Hensarling Mignanne Bray Mike Stoky Barbara Beaulien Pat Bagwell John Minton Ivan Swit Harry McGee Charlie Moore John Dillinger John Harmon John Buston Harry Cook Elsie Hansen Robert Jones Curtis Hunt Thelma Leonard Eugene Hughes Karol Latimer Jack Detweiler Sam Harvey Juliet Cone Barbara Burrow Robert Cribb Norma Lee Nelson Bettie Bollmon Florence Day Buddy Smith Ethel McKinley Mary Lee Briece Page 384 St pat ' s association OFFICERS EDWARD THOMAS GEORGE LEGARDEUR RAY SHIRTZ BOB JOHNSON GENE McRAE W. E. SCOFIELD Presic ' ent Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Corresponding Secretary Faculty Treasurer St. Pat ' s Engineering Association is composed of students who are enrolled in all phases of study in the College of Engineering. It promotes fellowship, furthers the interests o ' its members, and through the Engineering Open House en- deavors to acquaint the public and the student body with the work in the College of Engineering. The highlights of the year were the Fall Dance, the Open House Festivities, and the traditional St. Pat ' s Day celebration and Ball in the Spring. At least one smoker is held each quarter in the form of a combined business meeting and social get-together for the members. The organization is directed and governed by the Executive Council, which is composed of representatives from each professional, technical, and honorary society, the class presidents, the S.G.A. representatives of the engineer- ing schools, ten representatives-at-large, and three faculty members. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Don Alberts Henry Fell William Murphree R, H. Sweat Harold L. Baker Ben L. Haley Lou Mafhis H. E. Thomas Cncrles Binion Dovid Henderson Gene McRae B. J. Walker cob Broad Chuck Hannon C. P. Pelham Tim Wuska James B. Carr Bob Johnson William A. Oldacre Joe Vana R. N. Coker Richard Coak Jim Rives L. Blackburn E. F. Dennis George LeGardeur Ray Shirfz FACULTY W. E. Scofield Will ard Gray E. P. Mikal ■ I ROW 1: Mathis, Shirtz, LeGardeur, Thomos, Johnson, Haley . . . ROW 2: Gray, Henderson, Wusko, Pelham, Vana, Alberts, Hannon, Baker, McRae, Dennis . . . ROW 3: Rives, Sweat, Coker, Oldacre, Murphree, Broad, Blackburn, Carr. mmmmtm] ROW 1: Hannah, O ' SuIlivan, Noonan, Davis, Holdnak ROW 2: Rutledge, Calvin, Steiner, Theris, Brown, Taylor ridge, Avlnger. . ROW 3: Speed, Lory, Folmar, Lock- ' a " club OFFICERS L. W. NOONAN President BOB COCHRAN ' . . . . Vice-President CHARLES DAVIS Treasurer DICK McKENZIE Secretary " A " Club is an athletic organization whose purpose is to promote unity among all athletes at the University. Member- ship is open to all who hove earned letters in major sports, including the manager. Periodic meetings are conducted to discuss matters concerning athletics. An annual picnic was held in the Spring quarter for all present " A " Club mem- bers, future members, and guests. However, their most colorful event of the season was the annual " A " Club initiation cere- mony providing the campus with a form of entertainment that is not often displayed. Their ceremonial dress personified beasts, wild men, women, farmers, etc. The initiation ceremony was climaxed on the steps of the Union biulding with the aid of a loud speaker. The Club also sponsored an " A " Club dance on Homecoming night, at which members and their dates were presented in the lead-out. A football, autographed by the players, was given to the lucky ticket holder. Proceeds were used to promote social and athletic activities for the club, such as the Spring picnic. Al Lory Floyd Miller Bill Theris Herb Hannah Ed Holdnak Elliot Speed Larry Lauer Clarence Avinger Jack Brown Tom Calvin Ed Salem Pete Mangina Nick Vrotsos Gene Palmer Ned Folmer Dyson Hamner Doug Lockridge Bill Dean Ed White Clarence Fleck Rebel Steiner Jock Rutledge Mike Mizerony Joel Sharpe Jim Franko Carl Crumpler Pot O ' SuIlivan " Red " Bell Ralph Cochron Charles Hopper Bill Abston Harold Glasgow Bill Codenheod Louis Lackey John Stauffer Allen McHenry Horry Gilmer Ray RIcheson Gri Coshio Fred Grant Norwood Hodges Dick Flowers Dick Gibson Lowell Tew John Wozinok Page 386 alabama cavaliers OFFICERS EB SWINGLE Director BETTY BOSTWICK Vocalist BOB GUNN Business Manager With a rating as one of the top college bands in the United States, the Alabama Cavaliers under the direction of Eb Swingle has mode musical history on college campuses. The students at other schools such as Tech, Emory, and Miss. State rote the Cavaliers as the best band to hit their campus in " many a moon. " The band is one of the most versatile in the business with its vocal group, soloist, and members doub- ling on such instruments as oboe, english horn, flute, and french horn. The vibraharp work done by drummer. Gene Cartledge. The band is proud to claim among its personnel such musicians as Col. Carleton K. Butler, Walter Moech, Buford Herndon, John Kendrick and Tommy Hamner. Last but not least, lovely Betty Bostwick is one of the greatest this campus will ever see in the field of vocalizing. Director Swingle ' s arrangements ore classed by the music school as masterpieces and an all Swingle show was done at the Music School at the request of Dr. Alton O ' Steen, head of the music school. The " History of Jazz, " written and emceed by Business Manager Bob Gunn, was an outstanding feature of several Cavaliers shows. Soxes: Jud Brislin Buford Herndon Boskin Landers Col. Butler Glen Schroder French Horn; Bobby Collins Boss: Hershel Vickers MEMBERS Trombones; Tommy Hamner Don Suggs Cliff Hurter Drums: Gene Cartledge Piano: Eb Swingle Trumpets: John Kendrick Walter Moech Blake McNeetey Earl Hadaway Page 387 , l i 1--. ROW 1; Hepburn, King, Carter, Dover . . . ROW 2: Bone, Thomas, Arnold, Thompson, Brannon, Simmons, Brown, Lunn. alabama independents association OFFICERS JOHN ARGYLE KING President KELLY DOVER First Vice-President GEORGE T. SIMMONS Second Vice-President JESSE E. ARNOLD Third Vice-President NELL D. CARTER Secretary RUSSELL LUNN : Treasurer AUSTIN BRANNAN Publicity Director DEAN W. M. HEPBURN Faculty Advisor The Alabama Independents Association, dedicated in the preamble of its constitution to " the promotion of a greater and better University " , was established to give the independent student an organization through which they might have access to benefits enjoyed by fraternally affiliated students. Its aims are to promote a spirit of fun and friendship among inde- pendent students, and to encourage participation by the independent students in the social, athletic, and political as- pects of college life. Any student, who is not actively affiliated with any social fraternity or sorority, is eligible to join. The Student Government Association and AIA worked together to expand the recreation facilities of the Union Building. During the past year, AIA opened the Terrace Recreation Center in the west wing of the Union Building. For the sports minded, teams were organized to compete in the sports program. On the first Sunday in December, AIA sponsored White Christmas for the purpose of collecting presents, food, or money donated by University students. These donations were then distributed among those children in the vicinity of Tuscaloosa who other- wise would have little or no Christmas. JUDICIAL BOARD Walter J. Lee, Jr. Richard A. Thompson REPRESENTATIVES Helton E. Thomas, Jr. Jack C. Brown Elliot M. Blair Jean B. Treacy John J. Quinn Jack Schmarkey Bill L. Bone William C. Morton Page 388 the blackfriars OFFICERS C. JAMES MURPHY DICK TIBAK EDMOND T. DE CELLE Vice-President Treasurer President JANICE CRANFORD HENRY FELL Corresponding Secretary Publicity Manager Blackfriars, a name richly steeped in the tradition of the theater, hod its beginning on the University of Alabama campus in 1904. Since its beginning the organization has endeavored to carry out its purpose of discovering talent and instilling interest in the various phases of dramatic art into the hearts and minds of the students here at the University. Under the leadership of Dr. Marion Galloway, director of Blackfriars, an experimental play entitled THE BROOKS OF SHEFFIELD was presented during the Winter quarter. A Sum- mer presentation of 1949 was the revival of William Shake- speare ' s COMEDY OF ERRORS and THE GUARDSMAN. By cooperating with the University Theater in the production of plays on the campus, Blackfriars create an unending source of opportunity for the person interested in dramatics, either pro- fessionally or on an amateur basis. Blackfriars will continue to foster the best in theater entertainment, by presenting oil the famous authors and their works in a highly professional and artistic manner. UNIVERSITY THEATER STAFF WILLIAM KINZER BETTY LEHMAN , MARIAN CALLAWAY Technical Director Asst. to the Technical Director Director CAROL EVERETT JAMES HATCHER Business Manager . Publicity Advisor Janice Cranford Paul Rawlings Henry Felt Connie Baynes David Vann Dick Tibok Jenny Staples James Murphy Ray McGilticudy Schuyler Williams Brown Wallace James Hatcher Ed de Celle Gloria Carruba Warren Bryant Bob Bowers James Bell Carrol Everett MEMBERS Joanne McCall Bob Favre Chuck Warner Pledges: Al Farrielo Barbara Stone James Dye Frank Bollender Sarah Mitchell Betty Lehman Bill Kinzer Diane Durham Cris Crawford Jim Kimbro Elizabeth Derrivan, Sarah Ann Moddox Jeonette Atkinson Iris Owens Joon Estoup Marjorie Thompson Audie Davis Jack Jeglum Bruce Miller Mason Loy Donald Lonergan SEATED: Dr. GoJloway, Mitchell, deCelle . STANDING: Hatcher, Carruba, Graves, Cook, Bober, Sherrer, Cranford. Stone, Spencer, Kinyer, Bryant, Moddox, Fell, debate squad COUNCIL ANNABEL DUNHAM Coach of Debate ROGER BUSFIELD Assistant Coach of Debate MITCHELL LATTOF President, Alabama Chapter of Tau Kappa Alpha DAVIS YEUELL Debate Manager SYLVIA BOLASKY Assistant Debate Manager The University of Alabama Debate Squad contributes to campus activities by providing public debate and discussions on local, notional and international problems and by as- sisting in the annual Intramural Debate Tournament sponsored by Tau Kappa Alpha, national honorary forensic fraternity. The Squad is the intergrowth of the Philomathic Literary So- ciety, which was founded in 1832. In the field of intercol- legiate debate competition the University of Alabama is currently considered the outstanding debate squad in the nation. Last year the Boma debaters won nine championships and three second places in discussion and debate, climaxing the season by winning the National Debate Championship at West Point, New York. Alabama also has earned recognition in the field of international debate by placing a man on the first debate team to represent the United States abroad in a debate at Oxford University. MEMBERS Murray Alley Dorothy Altmon Richard Barr Sylvia Bolasky Charles Bordeau James Brice Bill Dyess Alfred Holmes Dorothy Kennedy Mitchell Lattof Bee Jay Millard Mary Ellen Nelson Clyde Roddam Forrest Short Rhoda Soclof Sid Stuckey Terry Fine Joseph Hargrove Elvin Kanter Davis Yeuell Oscar Newton Forest Brice John Lair ROW 1: Altmon, Millard, Dunham, Bolasky, Soclof, Dyess . . . ROW 2: Alley, Bordeau, Roddam, Kennedy, Nelson, Lair, Holmes, Stuckey ten, Lattof, Busfield, Short, Hargrove, Co ley, Barr. ROW 3: New- ROW 1: Lindsey, Morrow, Screws, Crawford, Wells, Zeigler, Swingle, Harrison, McRae, Banks, Owens, Jeglum . . . ROW 2: Hollowoy, Hogon, Bush, Brugol, Casello, O ' Steen, Using, O ' Donnell, Smithers, McCordle, Collier, Hunter . . .ROW 3: Hollis, Thomas, Mozley, Potton, McLaughlin, Klomroth, Whiteside, Gieger, Hull, Tilton, Walters, Nicholson . , . ROW 4; Olshan, Roobin, Bernstein, Humphrey, Landers, Griffin, Burton, Mitchell, Gunby, Brown, Bebber. men ' s glee club OFFICERS JACK ISSING President EDWIN DAVIS Vice-President JAMES MORROW Secretary MICHAEL WHITESIDE Treasurer Providing vocal entertainment for the various campus groups as the occasions arise is the main function of the Men ' s Glee Club throughout the academic year. The record book novv lists approximately sixty members, with outward signs of a steady increase. Practice for future concerts and recitals takes place twice weekly at the Glee Club meetings. Special emphasis is given to the " barber shop " type songs. All men students who are interested in singing are eligible for membership. During the past year, the Men ' s Glee Club per- formed at many places and on various occasions. Among these were a concert on WABP on the program titled " Little Concert, " which was carried through eight other stations in Alabama. At pep rallies the Men ' s Glee Club delivered the Alma Mater to the students. At Foster a concert of Christmas carols was presented before students left for the Christmas holidays. In the future, the Men ' s Glee Club hopes to have the manpower and unity to tour the South with concerts. Under the able leadership of Dr. Alton O ' Steen it appears that this goal will be reached. A concert was given in the Spring honoring the Glee Club founder, " LJncle " Tom Garner. MEMBERS Frank McLaughlin Donald McRoe Rufus Mitchell James Morrow Paul D. Mozley John Nicholson Jerry O ' Donnell Burton Olshan Herman Owens Robert Patton William O. Powell Robert Roobin Euel Screws Donald Smithers Ira Swingle William Thomas George Tilton Thomas Walters Buren Wells Michael Whiteside Michael Josh. Zeigler Joshua Harrison William Herriford Howard Bebber Sidney Bernstein Robert Brown Edward Brugal George Burton William Bush Thomas Banks Benjamin Cosella Horris Cohen James H. Crawford Thomas Collier Robert Gieger George Griffin David Gunby Jack Hagan Allen Hollis William Hull Robert Hunter Raymond Hollowoy John D. Issing Jack Jeglum Albert Klomroth Kno x Landers Bill Lindsey Billy McCardle Page 391 v n. } ; ■ -» „■ ( $ i iJ, ROW 1: Page, George, Collins, Wuska, Hannon . . . ROW 2: Robinson, Weaver, Graubord, Saltzman, Sedlin, Patton . . . ROW 3: Carpenter, Craig, Skeen, Holmgren, Lombordo, Jones, Bernstein, Godwin, Miller. men ' s spirit committee The Men ' s Spirit Committee serves to foster and promote school spirit at the University. It is the backbone of nearly all activities carried on vi hich tend to unite and create spirit among the students on the campus. Members ore chosen from various organizations at the University. The Men ' s Spirit Committee took an active part in all pep rallies, the pep squad, the bonfire, and all spirit movements throughout the year. The group helped make the cords for the pep squad section, and then lent support in directing it. Through their efforts torches were provided for the Homecoming parade and the Elephant Freight Fund, sponsored by Druids, was successfully completed. The Men ' s Spirit Committee worked with the Women ' s Spirit Committee and the Spirit Planning Committee in all activities pertaining to school spirit. Weekly meetings were held to discuss and analyze the problems of local spirit. MEMBERS Bob Collins, Chairman Bubber Patton Jackie Craig Jim Page Seiion Holmgren Eli Sedlin Charles Skeen Richard George Arlin Carpenter Mike Mahood Sonny Godwin Don Jones Joel Robinson Tom Bonks Tim Wuska Paul Groubard George Weaver Chuck Hannah Stanley Saltzman Joe Lombordo Holly Plaster David Bernstein Ellis Phillips Bob Miller Page 392 ROW 1: Carter, Mirsky, Small, Riley, Carr, Watson, Edwards, V., Cobb, Nettles, LcRoe, Wcddell, Allen . . . ROW 2: Bruhn, Berlin, Wolkei, opear, Worth- ington, Bailey, Pharaoh, Carraway, Gaston, Noble . . . ROW 3: Sociof, Edwards, M., Price, Kelly, Woltmon, Erkfitz, Cole, Reid, Clouse, McPoe, Bradford, Yeilding, Wiggins, Spencer. women ' s spirit committee OFFICERS ANNETTE WORTHINGTON President BETTY MATHEWS Vice-President CAROLYN COBB Secretary PEGGY WATSON Treasurer Composed of women students representing all phases of women ' s life on tfie campus, the Women ' s Spirit Committee is an honorary service organization. Their purpose is to promote the interests which concern the life and activities of the women students at the University and, especially, to foster a spirit of friendliness among the women students. To ac- complish its aims the Women ' s Spirit Committee works coop- eratively with the Men ' s Spirit Committee and the Spirit Plan- ning Committee. Approximately fifty members meet weekly to discuss future plans of action. At the pep rallies the mem- bers marched enmass behind the band to insure the success of the evening ' s activities. White uniforms and red rot caps decked out the members for the occasion. An intensive drive was conducted encouraging all students to attend pep rallies. Assistance was also rendered in making the pep squad cords and displaying them in the pep squad section. Charlene Allen Carolyn Bradford Barbara Bruhn Wondo Carroway Boots Carroll Unalane Carter Joan Clause Carolyn Cobb Lyn Cole June Cox Lillie M. Dores Mildred Edwards Virginia Edwards Ann Erkfitz Julia Garrison Kathryn Gray Arline Hugblett Honey Kennedy MEMBERS Dixie La Roe Mary F. Maury Betty Mathews Zelda Mirshz Elizabeth Morrison Robin Nettles Terry Noble Eileen Pharaoh Betty J. Price Helen Reid Sara J. Rifey Marjorie Scrson Frances Small Nancy Spear Barbara Spencer Rhode Soilof Kotherine Waddell Peggy Watson Ido Wiggins Cloine Woltmon Annette Worthington Gage Yeilding Peggy Berlin Betty Corn Doret Bailey Barbara Kelly Joyce Gaston Page 393 ROW 1: Ellis, Lumpkin, Bradford, Chambers, Collins, Smith, Morgan, Forman, Hardin, Banks, Worthington . . . ROW 2: Yeuell, Weber, Ledue, Bernstein, Reed. spirit planning committee The Spirit Planning Committee ' s primary function is to or- ganize and promote student body spirit on the University campus. Acting as the pohcy-making body on all matters pertaining to school spirit, the group works with the Men ' s Spirit Committee and Women ' s Spirit Committee on all mat- ters. The committee plans all pep rallies, torchlight parades, and motor parades, in order to incite a greater spirit within the student body. It was through their efforts that the mascot elephant was brought to the campus for Homecoming. The committee has put forth great effort in obtaining cooperation of Auburn and Alabama students, thereby assuring the success of the " various Auburn-Alabama sporting events. Member- ship is composed of representatives from all campus organiza- tions that have a direct relation to school spirit. Maury D. Smith, Chairman Chuck Morgan Bill Bernstein David Kulman Dick Chambers MEMBERS Riley Lumpkin Annette Worthington Bob Collins Carolyn Bradford Lenette Ellis Bill Ledue One Forman Tom Banks Melvin Weber Page 394 philos BELTON THOMAS TONY SWIDER LUA GALLALEE L. A. WOODMAN OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . . , Faculty Advisor Philos, the University honorary friendship fraternity, was organized in the Fall of 1948 to encourage and promote a greater spirit of friendliness on the campus. To make the new organization truly campus-wide in nature, it was composed of one member from each social fraternity and sorority with proportional representation from AIA and the unaffiliated independents. By permitting each organization to replace their member at the time of his graduation, every phase of campus life is assured of continued representation in the o.-ganizotion. Activities already sponsored by Philos in the short time it has been on the campus include sponsorship of the Bama Day Beauty Contest and the Friendship Ball held in the Spring, at which time King, Queen, and Dean Friendli- ness were crowned. During the Summer quorter Philos held the first of many watermelon cuts on the campus, inviting the entire student body of the University. Each of these functions is intended as on annual affair, and other activities will be added as opportunities arise. MEMBERS Richard Freedman Jerry Lorant Hub Wright Bill McDonald LeRoy Manners Manson Murray Roy Edwords Ken Nail Riley Lumpkin Melvin Weber Jim Folsom Ted Bryan Jim Weatherely Charlie Thomas Frank Hart John Curlee Bill Myrick Bill Petree Max Brown Lamar Folkner Bromley Dyson Roy Driggers George Gondy Bernie Seole Buddy Hendrix Jim Gonn Anne Hendrick Helen Hawkins Borboro Wayne Bebe Smith Audrey Mitchell Ann Hilbish Jean Young Pudy Harris Laura Ann Krudop Anne Bornett Louise Williams Virginia Mabry Bea Haas Sylvia Bolasky Alice Roberts Su? Pafford Marjean Nabors Doris Carlisle Louise Clay Sara Nell West Fanny Mitchell Red Noonan Katrina McArthur Bill Morton David Vann Russell Lunn Betty Pruett Yvonne Gilmer Harry Cook John King Paul Culberson ROW 1: Noll, Manners, Hendrick, Thomas, C. W., Haas, Mabry, Lorant, West, Clay . . . ROW 2; Driggers, King, Thomas, B. E., Lunn, Corlisle, Folsom, Hart, McArthur, Williams, Harris . . . ROW 3: McDonald, Gann, Gallalee, Dyson, Va- n, Pafford, Mitchell, Nabors, Lumpkin . . . ROW 4: Bryan, Swider, Esrig, Hendrix, Myrick, Noonan, Weber, Curlee, Woodman. •V A H n ■ ROW 1 : Owen, Moxley, Rutland, Gaudicer, Gunby . ROW 2; Friant, Booth, Vinzant, Bailey, Edwards Vomer, Wood, Beotty, Chombliss, Little. ROW 3: Proodian, Grundmonn, Marks, y m c a OFFICERS GOODLOE nUTLAND President BOB OWEN Vice-President TOM MOXLEY Secretary DAVID GUNBY Treasurer WAYNE TAYLOR Christian Heritage NIP VINZANT Personal and Campus Affairs DONALD BAILEY Social Responsibility JACK EDWARDS World Relatedness The purpose of the YMCA is to foster Christian brother- hood on the campus. Every man automatically becomes eligi- ble for membership when he enrolls in the university. Meet- ings are held once a v eek, and upon attending three consecutive times a man is issued a membership card. The program follows plans laid down by the National YMCA Conference. These are divided into four groups or commis- sions: Christian Heritage, Personal and Campus Affairs, Social Responsibility, and World Relatedness. Each year well known speakers are brought in to lead bible study, discussions on local and world problems, and on personal affairs. The YMCA worked with the Religious Council and other relig- ious organizations in sponsoring Religious Emphasis Week and worked in conjunction with the YWCA in sponsoring Easter Sunrise Services in Denny Stadium. The YMCA along with other organizations distributed food baskets to the needy in the community at Thanksgiving and Christmas time. Each year the " Y " tries to make it possible for a group of orphans to visit the campus for a day and see one of the home foot- ball games. MEMBERS Donald Bailey Charles Beatty Ed Brobston Jack Edwards Gerald Faulkner David Gunby Clarence Huff Reese Mollette John Marks Bob Mason Tom Moxley Bill Powell George Proodian Goodloe Rutland Forrest Seole Bob Tate Wayne Taylor Edward Thompson Pat Upton Nip Vinzant Faculty Advisor: James E. Foy Page 396 y w c a The YWCA is the oldest and largest women ' s organi- zation on the campus. It has been active as a religious and service organization since 1899. The 1949-50 year was opened with a retreat at Camp Cherry Austin for women leaders to plan an orientation program for new students. The program included a Fashion show and tea; a Hello Day; a skit, " Green Grow the Freshman " , and a Gay Nineties play; and a reception at President Gallalee ' s home. The World Relatedness Commission gave a tea for foreign students, sent CARE packages to Europe, worked with WSSF and made a study of Displaced Persons. The Christian Faith and Heritage Commission made a study of the Sermon on the Mount and planned worship programs. Working with the students at Partlow State School was the Social Responsibility program. The Personal and Campus Affairs Commission studied the need for an honor system and methods for making it effective. They also studied vocations and human relations. The YWCA program also included a campus wide Thanksgiving service, a Christmas pageant and light- ing of the campus Christmas tree, bringing children from the Children ' s Home in Selma to spend the day and see the ball game, and helping with Religious Emphasis Week and the Student Day of World Prayer. Membership in YWCA is open to all women students. CABINET LOUISE WILLIAMS President THERESA FORD Social Responsibility Commission Chairman LUA GALLALEE First Vice-President JANE PATY World Relatedness Commission Chairman LUCY SPAIN Second Vice-President ALICE BURGOYNE Christian Heritage Commission Chairman ELOISE FOSTER Treasurer LOUISE HARRIS Personal and Campus Chairman MILDRED RHODES Secretary HONEY KENNEDY Publicity Chairman KATRINA McARTHUR Social Chairman SARA NELL WEST . Program Chairman JULIA ANN SIMMONS Member at large FACULTY ADVISORS MRS. JENNIE MORRIS HOWARD MRS. A. B. THOMAS MRS. PETER BROWNBACK REV. GEORGE MURRAY PROF. WADE COLEMAN Page 397 gamma sigma epsilon OFFICERS JOHN R. MORTON, III .-...., Grand Alchemist LONGENIA STALLINGS Recorder HUGH STANLEY Visor SIDNEY G. HOLDER, JR Sergeant-ot-arms PROFESSOR G. M. TOFFEL Advisor Gamma Sigma Epsilon, honorary chemistry fraternity, was founded at Davidson College in 1919. Delta Beta chapter of Gamma Sigma Epsilon was established on the campus in 1924. Last year. Gamma Sigma Epsilon resumed its annual cus- tom of tapping its nev members on Chemistry Day. Those eligible for membership into Gamma Sigma Epsilon are those members of the junior class in the School of Chemistry who have maintained a 2.5 average in chemistry and a 2.0 over- all overage. Activities of the fraternity include participation in the annual Chemistry Day, sponsorship of the Freshman essay contest, a Winter quarter party for chemistry students who have " B " averages, and an annuo! Spring Banquet hon- oring the new members and the Chemistry School faculty. Gamma Sigma Epsilon is the goal of all Chemistry students. George F. Bicl ham John R. Clendenning Sidney G. Holder, Jr. Morrison Jackson John M. Jernigon Robert Kearley MEMBERS Sidn ey Metzger John Morton, 111 Goither Benjamin Snoddy Louise Snowden Sam R. Stephenson Mary S. Wideman Dr. R, B, Scott G, M. Toffel Dr. Kenneth Coons Dr. John E. Gran Dr. James L. Kassner Dr. S. J. Lloyd Dr. S. P. Montgomery FACULTY Dr. T. N. McVoy Dr. M. A. Engelbrecht A. M. Kennedy H F. Cotter Dr. J. C. Hayes Dr. Eric Rodgers zeta phi eta OFFICERS MARY ELLEN NELSON President SYLVIA BOLASKY Treasurer MARTHA WALLER Secretary DR. MARIAN GALLOWAY Faculty Advisor Scholarship, talent and ability ore but three qualifications for membership into Zeta Phi Eta. Established in 1898 at Northwestern University, Zeta Phi Eta holds the distinction of being the first women ' s professional fraternity founded in the United States. The organization chooses its members from women students who have attained recognition in the various fields of speech activity. Scholarship, to the extent of a 2.0 point overage, is stressed in so that the members will be more capable of enriching the principles of their organization. The Alobama chapter was installed in 1931, and since that time has risen to a high peak in many theatrical fields. Functions and programs conducted within the group resulted in ultimate benefits to other speech students. At meetings, related subjects were discussed to further the interests of the profession. Dorothy Altmon Sylvia Bolasl y Margaret Brown Gloria Carrubo Marian v3alloway Nellie Cobb Anne Coker Nina Horris Pouio Gregory MEMBERS FACULTY Ruth Coffman Mary Ellen Nelson Betty Ruth Thomas Anne Lide Tilton Annabel Durham Martha Waller Barbara Wayne Rosalyn Zarovsky Eleanor Murphy Page 398 c ' Wa kappa delta pi OFFICERS ROBERT C. ODOM President SHIRLEY S. HAUSE Vice-Presic ' ent PAULINE M. FOSTER Treasurer DORIS G. COFFMAN Assistant Treasurer LAURA JUNE CURRY Secretary MARTHA THOMASON Reporter-Historian FREDERICK L. WESTOVER Counselor Membership in Kappa Delta Pi, a national honor society in education, is open to both men and women who display leadership, character and high scholarship in the field of edu- cation. Xi Chapter was installed on May 16, 1922 at the University of Alabama, and meetings are held monthly. At this time a speaker or a program on subjects of timely inter- est to the group is presented. New initiates are honored through a reception and a banquet sponsored jointly by Phi Delta Kappa and Kappa Delta Pi each quarter. Two loan scholarships ore offered annually to those students who are preparing for careers in the teaching profession. One scholar- ship is awarded to a senior and the other goes to a graduate student. Objectives of the society are the fostering of higher professional, intellectual and personal standards. Mary Peorson Allen Muriel Elaine Barnard Peggy Berlin Jacquelyn Elaine Blackwell Kathleen Jane Cannon Doris G. Coffman Carolee Collins Robert Cooper Covington James Frank Cummings Laura June Curry Sara Marie Davis Helen B. Evans Wayne House Finley James Louise Flesser Shirley S. House Bettie S. Hendricks Mary Jane Hendricks D. L. Howell W. W. Boyett Elizabeth Coleman Wade H. Coleman, Jr. Dean Ralph W, Cowort MEMBERS Jean Ingram Golda Inez Johnson Bryant Jordan Ruth Junking Virginia Keel Aileen Kilgore Mrs. J. M. Lampkin Mary Alice Lindsay Jean HoMoway Lyda FACULTY Robert C. Hammock Dean Agnes Ellen Harris George Howard Lillith McDowell Milton Alfred McLaney Robert C. Odom June O ' Reor Patricio Passmore C. L. Peorce Cecil Pinkerton Louise T. Rich Helen Swanson Robinson Walter Sanders Russell, Jr. Jane Elizabeth Self Charlotte Mason Shetter Mortho Thomoson Soro Ann Thompson Nora K. Truelove Marguerite Tysinger Corrine Walker Eloulse Mae Wilkins L. T. Lee Lenna Mills Margaret Moorer Frederick C Westover Eva Wilson G. H. Yeuell pasteur society OFFICERS LONGENIA STALLINGS ELLEN GREEN MARY SELLERS WIDEMAN BILL FRY JOANNE McCALL HANK DOMURAD DR. MILDRED A. ENGELBRECHT President Vice-Presicent Secretary Treasurer , Social Chairman Corresponding Secretary Faculty Advisor The Pasteur Society was organized at the University in 1944. Membership is composed of students and faculty in the Bacteriology Department. The aim of the society is to promote harmony among the members of the Department and to further the interests of Bacteriology. Meetings were held the first and third Thursdays of every month, at which films are shown or talks delivered by speakers from the chem- istry, bacteriology, biology, or physics departments. The an- nual banquet was held in the Spring quarter, featuring a guest speaker from the related field. On Chemistry Day, the Society displayed a special exhibit featuring Pasteur and his works. This year for the first time the Pasteur Society planned a special project for the year whereby they will contribute something to the department that it may use in future years. Virginia Dorough Marina Veteros June Alexandria Ben Newman Bill Fry Joanne McColI Honk Domurad Jim McMahan Liz Martin MEMBERS Pauline Phillips Jeffra Basenach Lillie Margaret Daves Joyce Harrington Louise Snowden L. R. Brown Robert Wright Ellen Green Mary S. Widemon Page 399 BUSINESS STAFF . . . jn Mte Meammna Jt Mjiad J2-11 Aa y L e RAISING REVENUE... 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Take the logical next step in getting the most for your new-car money. Try out the amazing " next ride " of this distinctive " next look " Stude- baker— style star of 1950! Stop in at a nearby Studebaker dealer ' s show- room and go out for a convincing drive in a low- price Champion — a value-packed Commander — a special extra-long-wheelbase Land Cruiser. Styled ahead and engineered ahead ! CRUSE-CRAWFORD MANUFACTURING COMPANY 2200 SECOND AVENUE SOUTH BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Page 405 HILL FOOD STORES WE INVITE you to moke the " HILL STORE NEAR YOU " headquarters for your Food and Household necessities. You will always find our stores well supplied with the best the market affords. It will pay you to get the " HILL STORE HABIT " X ' i ' Hill ' s Quality Is Economy PROGRESSIVE BANK tE tje American iSational paufe anb rusit Companp of Jlotjilc Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. T. H. BENNERS CO. Protective 1 .ife Building BIRMINGHAM 3, ALABAMA - HILL ' S CREEK — R E D A S H C O A L Carefully Prepared and Sized In: Steam — Nut — Egg — Lump Page 406 ALBERTA GULF " YOUR SUPER SERVICE STATION " Phone 3500 2305 East 9th Street TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA L. L. ADAMS Refrigeration Electric Co. Tuscaloosa, Alabama 1508 Greensboro Ave. Phone 9561 ALABAMA GAS CORPORATION NATURAL GAS The Perfect Fuel For COOKING, HEATING, WATER HEATING, REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING Tuscaloosa, Alabama Compliments Of MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA Alaga Syrup " Good Every Drop " W. W. Pickle " A Picnic In Every Bottle " ALABAMA - GEORGIA SYRUP COMPANY Montgomery, Alabama ALABAMA AUCTION ROOM Antiques, Bric-A-Broc and Authentic Reproductions THE SOUTH ' S FINEST ANTIQUE STORE 2010 Fourth Ave., N. Phone 7-4073 BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Page 407 Poae 408 IN MOBILE IT ' S DRUG STORES AVERETTE RADIO CO. TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY Dealers For ADMIRAL RADIOS DIAL 9280 1731 24th AVENUE HuJt FURNITURE CO. " Home of Quality Furniture " SEE US FOR FRATERNITY AND SORORITY FURNISHINGS PHONE 7574 2215 6th STREET TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA SMOKE ROMAN FOR SPORTING EQUIPMENT and HARDWARE Visit J. OVIATT BOWERS CO. FREE PARKING -NO TIME LIMIT 2105 Second St. Phone 4466 Page 409 PREFERRED PROTECTION For The Whole Family LIFE INSURANCE - ENDOWMENTS RETIREMENT INCOME - TERM CHILDS EDUCATIONAL - MORTGAGE REDEMPTION POLIO MONTHLY INCOME DISABILITY BENEFITS Preferred Life Assurance Society HOME OFFICE: MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA S. H. LONGSHORE, President-General Manager Operating in the following States: ALABAMA - GEORGIA - LOUISIANA - SOUTH CAROLINA L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY YOUR FRATERNITY and SORORITY JEWELER 1926 - 4th Avenue, North BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Send Orders to E. B. BENSON, JR., Manager IN MONTGOMERY BU I CK BREWBAKER MOTORS BROMBERGS " Alabama ' s Most Distinctive Store " The Finest In . . . Silver Diamonds Jewelry Crystal, China Furniture Appliances Birmingham, Ala. 20th St. at 2nd Ave. Page 410 iUM i The structure pictured above is one of many recently completed by Brice Building Company, Inc. This company is currently engaged in the construction of your new Physics Building. Alumni Hall on University of Alabama Campus Built For UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA By BRICE BUILDING COMPANY, INC. F. M. BASS AND CO. " YOUR CHECKERBOARD STORE " Purina Chows Sanitation Products Farm Supplies 2420 8th Street " Around Block from Courthouse " Tuscaloosa, Alabama Compliments of J. M. Burchfield Sons WHOLESALE GROCERS Howard Burchfield, ' 26 " BuiU With BriJgers " RETAIL LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL FARM and HOME SUPPLIES BRIDGERS LUMBER CO. 2211 Greensboro Avenue Tuscaloosa, Alabama Your Protection Is Our Business B row n -Gu p Insurance Agenc y. Inc. 1st National Bank BIdg. MOBILE, ALABAMA F ' ire — Automobile — Liability — Burglary Page 41 1 BARNES ELECTRIC CO. 505 - 14th Avenue TUSCALOOSA Dial 3589 BOLTON -ADAIR TRANSFER COMPANY " Trucks Furnished for Hayrides, Picnics, Etc. " M. L. BOLTON 2513 Ninth Street TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA Agents for: Phone 5003 NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES, Inc. fresh RED DIAMOND COFFEE IN THE BAG OR VACUUM PACKED SOMETHING WONDERFUL HAPPENS WHEN YOU WEAR CLOTHES FROM - ' WINXTON NATIONALLY KNOWN MEN ' S WEAR Tuscaloosa, Alabama Bailes Portrait Studio Personality Photographs 1225 University Ave. Phone 4022 Compliments of BURCHFIELD HOTEL and COFFEE SHOP Page 412 CLOVERDALE GULF SERVICE STATION Phone 9632 GAS - OIL - TIRES BATTERIES - WASHING - LUBRICATION - ROAD SERVICE SAM CON AWAY, Prop. 1425 Hackberry Lane Tuscaloosa, Alabama BAMA DRUG COMPANY THE REXALL STORE H.J.McRAE J.G.HARALSON " Your Nearest Prescription Specialists " 1201 University Ave. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Phones 5531 -32 FREE FAST DELIVERY " It ' s Now the Vogue to Eat at Bogue ' s " YESSIR! BIRMINGHAM BOASTS BOGUE ' S HIGHLAND RESTAURANT 3028 Clairmont Ave. Birmingham, Alabama Fine Foods Courteous Service Friendly Atmosphere OPEN ' TIL MID-NITE Phone 7-9780 WEEK-ENDS 2 A. M, W. B. DRAKE SON PRINTERS TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA 2119 9th St. Phone 3243 Page 413 AMERICAN - STANDARD Heating Plumbing Electrical and Industrial Supplies Pipe, Valves Fittings Paint Wallpaper COLE SUPPLY CO., INC. Phone 5561 520 22nd Ave. Tuscaloosa, Ala. COMPLIMENTS OF CAIN MACHINE COMPANY MANUFACTURERS and REPAIRS Truck Trailers and Equipment COLONIAL COURT A. A. A. UNITED MOTOR COURTS AM. MOTEL ASSN. 2715 East 9th Street Phone 3850 FAMOUS FOODS AT W V1ofc e ' $ Finest Restaurant 77 NORiH ROYAL STREET ttOASIED k PACKED ev 0 X IE COFFEE CO. «inMVkMC»IM«V CANNON BROTHERS FANCY MEATS and GROCERIES 1310 10th Street Phone 3656 We Deliver Compliments CRYSTAL LAUNDRY COMPANY DRY CLEANING and LAUNDRY Phones 4476-4477 Page 414 CRAIG OIL COMPANY Birmingham Highway Just a Few B ocks off the U of A C ampus SAVES YOU MONEY . . . • • . SERVES YOU BETTER Pennsyl vania Tires — Conoco Petroleum Products Auto Ports and Accessories The CORNER DRUG SUNDRIES SODAS We DELIVER CALL 2827 801 10th Street The CORNER J. A. Duckworth Charles Morris DUCKWORTH -MORRIS INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE RENTALS - LOANS REAL ESTATE Telephone 2040 Tuscaloosa, Ala. OFFICERS J. F. ALSTON Chairman of the Board J. F. ALSTON, JR. President FRANK S. DANIEL Executive Vice-President ROBERT N. ALSTON Vice-President R. H. COCHRANE Vice-President HOWARD E. HAMNER Cashier C. T. HURT Assistant Cashier FRED L. CRAFT Assistant Cashier Complete Facilities . . . Checking Accounts Saving Accounts Trust Deportment Foreign and Domestic Exchange Commercial Loons Travelers Checks )t Citp i ational pank of usfcaloosa Total Resources Over $22,000,000 % Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation K. = $5,000 Maximum Insurance for Each Depositor Page 415 BATSON - COOK CO (INCORPORATED) GENERAL CONTRACTORS WEST POINT, GEORGIA FLOWERS AT THEIR BEST For All Occasions City Park Greenhouse DECATUR, ALABAMA VISIT US OFTEN WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE DUGINS SHOE STORE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES - For - PHYSICIANS, HOSPITALS and CLINICAL LABORATORIES Medical Students are invited to visit our store while in Montgomery DURR SURGICAL SUPPLY COMPANY SURGICAL and HOSPITAL SUPPLIES 212 - 214 Commerce Street Montgomery, Alabama Page 416 CLARK HALL Complete renovation of Clark Hall, famous University of Alabama landmark, was performed by . . . J. F. HOLLEY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY and HAHN ROOFING AND HEATING COMPANY Page 417 Have a Coke BOHLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY, TUSCALOOSA DEAL LUMBER COMPANY RETAIL LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIALS 18th Street and G. M. O. R. R. Phone 4767 Tuscaloosa, Ala. DE SCHOT Radios - Television - Records SALES SERVICE POPULAR CLASSIC Most Complete Record Selection In Tuscaloosa DE SCHOT RADIO SERVICE 2107 Broad Street Dial 451 ENGEL REALTY CO. " Business Property Specialists " AGENCY - INSURORS " Representing America ' s Strongest Companys " 1921 First Ave. N. Birmingham, Alabama 7-0255 Page 418 FANNIN ' S HART SCHAFFNER MARX CLOTHES ARROW and MANHATTAN SHIRTS McGregor sportswear holeproof sox KNOX and STETSON HATS BOSTONIAN SHOES FANNIN ' S 114-116 Montgomery Street MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA OnAAJcJzJi Bessemer, Alabama DIXIE STORE FIXTURES AND SALES COMPANY 2129 No. First Avenue Birmingham, Alabama Complete Restaurant Equipment and Supplies Manufacturers of Store Fixtures Fluorescent Lights ECHOL ' S FOOD STORE QUALITY COURTESY ECONOMY 703 Tenth St. Tuscaloosa She ' s all wet ' ' - ' .i Page 4)9 - Wk w.!Jg?» ( pit V 1 wm lamps s itores MOBILE • MONTGOMERY • PENSACOLA Findlay Electric Company Electrical Contractor 2121 Eighth Street TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA FITTS YELLOW CABS 2404 Broad Street Phone 3636 - 2727 RADIO EQUIPPED CABS For Better Service G A Y F E R ' S The House That Has and Alwc What It Advertises lys Gives 12-14-16 St. Emanuel St. MOBILE, ALABAMA Gulf States Plumbing And Heating Co. 2008 8th Street TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA Phone 3252 Page 420 THE €1 PERFECT GIFT aiiicurixef First lipstick-Perfume Atomizer in one beautiful easel TOP! — a completely new type atomizer . . . diffuses precious per- fume into fine, pentle mist . . . reveals its fullest beautv. BOTTOM!-$1.00 size $|5Q Tangee Lipstick. Comes 9 p,„, in 7 super-shades! ' " " Patent Applied For FOR GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS GRACE ' S GARAGE 2415 Brood Street Phone 5560 in Tuscolooso, Alobomo MEN ' S WEAR Phone 2-1532 6 Dexter Ave. Montgomery, Alobomo Compliments Of BEN R. GOLTSMAN And COMPANY Go son E ectric Anc Carburetor Co. We Speciolize In Igniti on — Carburetion — Motor Tune Up TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA 2211 Eighth Street Phone 7301 HEADQUARTERS FOR PHYSICIANS ' an d LABORATORY SUPPLIES McKESSON ROBBINS, Inc. Birmingham, Alobomo • •! Poge 421 FOLLOW YOUR FAVORITE TEAM . . . THE CRIMSON TIDE IN AMERICA ' S FAVORITE AUTOMOBILES — CHEVROLET - BUICK - CADILLAC " THE SOUTHS OLDEST AND LARGEST AUTOMOBILE DEALER " DRENNEN MOTOR COMPANY, INC. Birmingham — Ensley — • Bessemer BEST WISHES . To THE STUDENTS and f =ACULTY from YOUR CAPITAL CITY MONTGOMERY NETWORK STATIONS WSFA WAPX NBC ABC wcov WJJJ CBS MBS ' Bama ' s Own CLASS OF ' 33 HILMON HOLLEY Owner CAMPUS SERVICE STATION Phone 5575 PURE SERVICE STATION 10th Street and B ' ham Highway Hugh J. Hughes Heating Co. Manufacturers: Kool Vent Aluminum Awnings — Furnaces Boilers — Air Conditioning SHEET METAL T. S. SHARMAN, Mgr. Phone 8-8391 1806 Greensboro Ave. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Page 422 the HELBURN COMPANY For Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Restaurant, Drug and Institution Equipment College Trained Engineers MONTGOMERY 2, ALABAMA Everyth ing For The Family! OLEN DEPARTMENT STORES " All C ver South Alabama " DEPENDABLE QUALITY - SERVICE SINCE 1888 Jaffe Jewelry Co. 19 N. 20th Street Birmingham, Ala. B. L. P. PAINT ' ' Made xj.C9-od ym Alabama .jja X9-aen. 25 .i ea " MOBILE PAINT MANUFACTURING CO. Mobile, Alabama Cleaning and Pressing for University Students Since 1935 JAX CLEANERS CASH and CARRY S. R. Jackson, Proprietor " Alteration Repairs a Specialty " SPECIAL SHIRT SERVICE Rex ' s Corner Tuscaloosa, Ala. Every Day Every Week Every Month A T YOUR SERVICE CRITERION CLEANERS - DYERS - LAUND R Y PHONE 4262 Tuscaloosa, Alobomo PHONE 8-2731 1005 University Avenue Corner 7th Street at 22r d Avenue OTHERS COME AND GO - WE STAY AND GROW Page 423 SAFE, DEPENDABLE, COURTEOUS, AND ECONOMICAL DRUID CITY LINES, Inc. Better than 10 Minutes Service on University Avenue To Tov n Serving The Greater TUSCALOOSA, NORTHPORT, AND HOLT AREA AND INDUSTRIAL PLANTS This book is bound in a DURAND COVER Produced by THE DURAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY 939 W. 35th STREET Chicago 9, Illinois JOY YOUNG AMERICAN AND CHINESE FOODS Birmingham, Alabama Meet Your f Tiends At Joh n s For Fine F o o ds 214 N. 21st St. Birmingham V I 0[ Mobile, Alabama HART SCHAFFNER and MARX CLOTHES DOBBS HATS McGregor sportswear ARROW SHIRTS Page 425 THE RIGHT GIFT FOR EVERY OCCASION — at the — JEWEL BOX TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA RENTAL TYPEWRITERS S2l2;thAve. Phone 5720 TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA FROM THE CITY OF MONTGOMERY ALABAMA JOHN L. GOODWYN Mayor EARL D. JAMES W. A. GAYLE Commissioners BsaEi ' - i c r " ' Ida Harris Town and Country Clothes The Home Of The College Co-ed 1420 University Avenue Page 426 As Years Go By - - - _ _ 5 . j, y OF THE ALUMNI AND FRIENDS OF THE University Sixty-One Years of Service NEWLY DECORATED , OPERATED and by IMPROVED ■ ■ AN ALUMNUS ' ' " ' " ' " " ' St,i mtl, y m HM HOTEL McLESTER ' • ' 1:Z.. Compliments Of MAYER ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY 3200 3rd Avenue South BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Wholesale Distributors of Electrical Supplies Residential and Commercial Light- ing Fixtures BEN S. WEIL, President Compliments Of S. H. KRESS and CO. 5-10-25 CENT STORE Tuscaloosa, Alabama DIAMONDS JEWELRY WATCHES SILVERWARE FINE CHINA CRYSTAL PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT KLEIN SON Jewelers Montgomery 4, Alabama Page 427 SAVE! The world is nearing the end of an era marked by wastefulness In many forms. Thinking people are looking to the future with a deeper wisdom, and if we could leave but one thought with this year ' s graduates, it would be best represented by the single word printed above. For now is indeed a time to SAVE ... to conserve our timber and other natural resources, to safeguard atomic power, to de- velop indivic ' ual security through thrift, to reduce wasteful effort in boti government and business. GULF STATES PAPER CORPORATION A TUSCALOOSA INDUSTRY Com pliments Of Liggett Rexall D rug Cc mpany MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA Pu Establi BOOK STORE GIFT SHOP shed 1898 The Same Policy The Same Quality The Some Welcome THE REAL COLLEGE STORE MILLER, MARTIN LEWIS Architects and Engineers BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA AMELIA GORGAS LIBRARY RICHARD FOSTER AUDITORIUM ALABAMA UNION COMMERCE BUILDING ADMINISTRATION BUILDING FARRAH HALL AND NEW WING NOTT HALL ENGINEERING BUILDING NO. 1 ENGINEERING BUILDING NO. 2 ENGINEERING LABORATORY BUREAU OF MINES MEN ' S GYM ANNEX PHYSICS BUILDING REMODELING CLARK HALL DENNY CHIMES DOSTER HALL COLONIAL DORMITORY EAST AND WEST ANNEX DORMITORIES NEW HALL DORMITORY GROUP FOUR 1947-1949 GIRLS ' DORMITORIES GIRLS ' CO-OP DORMITORY JULIA TUTWILER DINING HALLS NURSERY SCHOOL HOME MANAGEMENT HOUSE SIX 1939 MEN ' S DORMITORIES CAFETERIA DINING HALL REMODELING WOODS HALL ALSO EIGHTEEN FRATERNITY AND SORORITY HOUSES AND TEN PROFESSORS ' HOMES Page 428 " Let ' s Be Friends " • AT ALL GROCERS - C R ' .. HARDIN ' S BREAD AT ITS BEST ' Compliments of Distinctive Fashions 218 N. 20th Street Birmingham, Alabama . 34th Year Of . . . FLORAL PERFECTION TWO STORES MEANEY ' S FLOWERS On The Campus Dial 5330 ... 1009 University Ave. ALBERTA CITY SHOP Birmingham Highway — Phone 7147 Lane Tile And Marble Co. Tile - Marble - And - Floor Covering CONTRACTORS TUSCALOOSA BIRMINGHAM LITTLE COOK-KEE 414 - 23rd Avenue PHONE 8-131 Wasn ' t the Derby fun Page 429 TrustYour Laundry and Dry Cleaning With Experts We give 24 hour service on specials and requested bundles. Priority service to students and faculty NORTHINGTON LAUNDRY, Inc. MAIN PLANT: Northington Campus Phone 7308 SUB-STATION 1014 2 8th Avenue Back CORNER Phone 6867 MITCHELL ' S AWNING AND SHADE COMPANY Venetian Blinds and Burglar Bars 81 1 Twenty-Third Ave. Phone 2505 Tuscaloosa, Alaboma BYRON MiNEIlL . OWNCR Phone 366 211 2 Broad Street ' Sooner or Later Your Favorite Cleaner " It Is Our Policy . . . " To render on Honest, Prompt, Courteous and Complete Service " for 77 years Mobile ' s Best Store Poge 430 Ca£fthe HCHO FOR THE FINEST IN • Business s ystems and supplies • Business machines and service • Office furniture and equipment featuring such famous lines as • Shaw-Walker • Do More • Herring-Hall-Marvin • Ditto • R. C.Allen • Stowe-Davis • Standard • RCA Crosley Television • Uarco • Medart • Royal • L. C. Smith • SoundScriber • Elliott CimBS. .Heeu!li.Ci 2015-15 First Ave. N..Phone3-BIB3 Miller Electric Refrigeration Company AIR CONDITIONING ELECTRIC REPAIRS Day Phone 2805 Night Phone 3295 718 Twenty-Second Ave. Tuscaloosa, Alabama Compliments of JOE C. MONTGOMERY LIFE INSURANCE " 31 Years in Mobile " MARK-FITZGERALD FURNITURE CO. 2023 3rd Ave. No. YOU DON ' T HAVE TO BE SMART TO HAVE SMART CLOTHES . . . SHOP AT mnncEL ' s FEMININE APPAREL 2318 Broad Street Tuscaloosa, Alabama The Dream of Boma Poge 431 MONTAG ' S FASHIONABLE WRITING PAPERS BLUE HORSE PAPER SCHOOL SUPPLIES Montag Brothers, Inc. 182 Marietta Street, N. W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA P. H. Nichols Company POWER PLANT EQUIPMENT 903 Whitehead Building Atlanta 3, Georgia PAT ' S FINE BARBECUE McLELLAN STORES i ' HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII TUSCALOOSA, ALA. " Try McLellan ' s First " FURNITURE COSTS LESS AT . . . NATHAN FURNITURE CO. 3 Locations— 400-410 DAUPHIN ST., MOBILE, ALA. 957 DAVIS AVE., MOBILE, ALA. 67 WILSON AVE., PRICHARD, ALA. Campliments . . Pake-Ste phen son Co. Central Ak abatna ' s Leadir g SPORTING GOODS STORE Jones Valley Sausage Jones Valley Sausage Co. BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Truck Serving The University Weekly Page 432 LADIES WEAR EXCLUSIVELY DRESSES . COATS SUITS • ACCESSORIES KAYSER ' S SETS THE STYLE In MOBILE, ALA. SELMA, ALA. COLUMBUS, GA. GREENVILLE, S. C. KNOXVILLE, TENN. C. W. LEWIS FURNITURE COMPANY 46 YEARS OF DEPENDABLE SERVICE - SELLING NATIONALLY ADVERTISED FURNITURE Tuscaloosa, Alabama PIZITZ BESSEMER ' S FINEST DEPARTMENT STORE BANKS W. QUARLES PLUMBING on d HEATING Office Residence 905 14th Avenue 900 13th Avenue Dial 8-2627 Dial 5841 TUSCALOOSA ALABAMA " Merpaco " « OFFICE FURNITURE « COMMERCIAL PRINTING • OFFICE SUPPLIES » DRAFTING AND SURVEYING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES e SCHOOL SUPPLIES . DUPLICATING MACHINES AND SUPPLIES o " DICTAPHONE " ELECTRIC DICTATING EQUIPMENT AAERCANTILE PAPER COMPANY " The House of The Best " 116 Commerce Street MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA Page 433 R A I FO R D ' S Musical Headquarters SHEET MUSIC OF ALL KINDS Pianos and Capehart Rodio-Phonographs C. G. CONN BAND INSTRUMENTS Reeds, Strings and Accessories of All Kinds 617 Greensboro Avenue Dial 3044 [UTflUJ HIGHlUflVJ Compliments . Red Top Transfer Co., 1 nc. F hone 3302 Local and Long Distance Mov ing 610 -25th Ave Tuscaloosa, Alabama ' LIQUID AND SOLID REFRESHMENTS " l latlanal SOUTHERN PRODUCTS CORPORATION Producers of TUl OIL Tuscaloosa and Fox, Alabama THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH Longer lasting beauty for your clothes can be dis- covered at ROYAL ' S SUPERIOR CLEANERS 2219 7th St. Phone 2512 E. PLURIBUS UNUM SUNDAY DINNER PRODUCTS SCHLOSS KAHN The Quality House for 79 YEARS Poge 434 J ujq s " GOOD THINGS TO EAT " % Se ON THE CAMPUS . . Page 435 PERDUE SERVICE STATION Corner 10th Street and Denny Stadium University Alabama ROAD SERVICE PHONE 6787 PUREFOY HOTEL ' UJo ld amoud- mlida ?( iao-m. TALLADEGA, ALABAMA WHERE " ■ SINCLAIR THE SCHOOL SPIRIT SIXTH LIES STREET CHRIS SERVICE HENDERSON STATION Owner 2027 -6th STREET TUSCALOOSA, ALA. Superior Ice Cream Com pai - " Y " All That The Name Implies " Bessemer, Alabama Poge 436 TOM BARNES LINCOLN - MERCURY CO. Lincoln - Mercury Sales And Services Tel. 2-3851-2 Montgomery, Ala. SAFETY CAB COMPANY 2206 Bread Street Across From Post Office TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA DiaS 2 12 1 4 100 ESPECIALLY CATERING TO THE CAMPUS TRADE POULTRY EGG CO. - For - POULTRY PRODUCTS 2513 Fourth St. Bock of Burchfield Hotel Pi! HAS THE MOST MODERN PLANT TO SERVE YOUR ENTIRE DAIRY NEEDS PERRY CREAMERY COMPANY PHONE 5516 " The Store On Your Way Down Town " SEWELL HARDWARE COMPANY JOE SEWELL, Manager Phone 2896 - 2897 TILE BATH - STEAM HEAT SANDY ' S MOTEL 1 1 1 Birmingham Road On U. S. Highway 1 1 Sandy Helms, Owner Tuscaloosa, Ala. Phone 9179 Page 437 BEFORE YOU PURCHASE A DIAMOND BE SURE TO SEE ■ Louis W. Pel ry J e w e 1 e r 320 N. 20th Street BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA FURNITURE -RADIOS and APPLIANCES FOR HOME, SORORITY, FRATERNITY CLUB HOUSE S O K O L ' S OR 4717 PHONES 4715 WALK A LITTLE -SAVE A LOT —MEN ' S WfAR Tuxedos For Rent 231 ] -7th St. Tuscaloosa, Alabama If It Swims — We Have It SEAFOODS MEATS SHARPE ' S 2624 Eighteenth Street Telephones 7843 - -6175 Owned by JAMES F. (Jimmie) SHARPE Stuart Tile And Awning Co. All Types of Floor and Wall Coverings Tuscaloosa, Alabama 2521 Broad Street ' ' Phone 6534 PIG TRAIL INN DELICIOUS FOOD CURB SERVICE HOMEWOOD, ALABAMA Page 438 ' ' kJke Ga-eJU lime ia kafi Accessories - Fabrics - First Floor - Ph. 3236 Ready-To-Weor - Millinery - 2nd Floor - Ph. 3433 Home Decoration - Pizitz Galleries - Phone 6105 Beauty Salon -Pizitz Mezzanine - Phone 8-8171 Speake, Warren, Ratliff We Shoe And Clothe The Entire Family DECATUR, ALABAMA SNAPPY SERVICE STATION 1405 UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHONE 82311 WE KNOW QUITE WELL HOW TO DO OUR PART FOR WE HAVE STUDIED THE PLUMBING ART CONTRACTOR PLUMBING and HEATING GENERAL REPAIRS QUICK SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES Telephone - 3073 — Telephone D. B. Q UARLES PLUMBING COMPANY Page 439 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES REX CLEANERS Phone 6144 ONE DAY SERVICE In Your Future Walks of Life REMEMBER . . . " The Friendliest Store In Town " SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. Congratulations from SEARS in Tuscaloosa, Ala. STEWARTS Bell BIdg. Corner MONTGOMERY , ALABAMA The i Store of Style For Young Men W. A. MAY GREEN T O Y S TUSCALOOSA BAKERY Home of the best bakery products m the South At The Command Of THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA We cater to the class that appreciates SERVICE and QUALITY Keep in Mind — The TUSCALOOSA BAKERY 23 So. Court Street Montgomery, Alabama Phone 3-0224 ATHLETIC SUPPLIES Serving You Since 1903 FRANK ROSA, Mgr. T O Y S Lounge Lizard Page 440 CHARLES TEMERSON AND SONS NEW STEEL and SUPPLIES Tuscaloosa, Alabama TANNER BROTHERS WHOLESALE FRUITS-VEGETABLES Tuscaloosa, Alabama 2314-2316 4th Street Phones 2891 -2982 m Clotking -SUITS THE SOUTH ' " ALABAMA ' S LEADING FLORISTS " PATERSONS ' Since 1892 MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA Fresh Up . . . . . . . . With 7-Up It Likes You You Like It — It Likes You! FOR YOUR PARTIES and SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Coll JAMES R. DUREN Phone 6308 ' Bomo Al umnus SEVEN - UP BOTTLING CO. Tuscaloosa, Alabama Page 441 Tuscaloosa Alabama Agency 702 Frrst National Bank BIdg 0 T MNSLETT, Manager Protective Life Insurance Company Tuscaloosa Motor Express 2112 9th St. — Tuscaloosa, Alabama Telephone 3323 Operating in Seven Southern States Local and Long Distance Trucking Bonded and Insured Movers of: Household Goods, Heavy Machinery, and Equipment GENERAL OFFICES: 7th Ave. 14th St. North Birmingham, Alabama Phone 3-3131 Home Owned and Operated By O. M. CUMMINGS SONS COMPLIMENTS OF THOMPSON SWAIM PLYWOOD COMPANY TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA WELCOME STUDENTS . . . UNIVERSITY BARBER SHOP " IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL " ' Personality Haircuts Page 442 Birmingham ' s Smart Fashion Store In BIRMINGHAM ITS . . . VULCAN EQUIPMENT CO. DINING ROOM AND KITCHEN OUTFITTERS HOTELS - RESTAURANTS INSTITUTIONS 2208 N. 3rd Ave. Phone 4-0665 UNCLE TOM ' S CABIN MAKERS OF FINE SANDWICHES BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA matam Typi ol Installation at the Pi Koppo Alpha House R. L. MURPHREE, Owner 2127 8th Street Day Phone 4596; Night Phones 7708 9577 Poge 443 ( Compliments w M G Y Montgomery ' ' s Independent Voice 800 on your d al THOMAS W. SEWELL, Sec.-Treas. Compliments Of F. W. Woolworth Co. Tuscaloosa, Alabama -DEPENDABLE- - USED CARS and TRUCKS All Aakes or id Models Terms up to 24 months Harold Wall Motor Co. 407 So. 21st Phone 4-2997 Birmingham, Ala. WILLIAMS PHARMACY " PRESCRIPTIONS " 928 Broad Street Phone 6292 Compliments Of JAMES C. WEATHERLY ANNISTON, ALABAMA frui Wiener Im WOMEN ' S WEAR MILLINERY SHOES DRY GOODS BEAUTY SALON yrul iekcf Int i.ijjuj. ' .ijjucrot Page 444 r i To watch the sun-ripened berries as they simmer, in small batches, into rich, fruity preserves, is a memory-stirring experience. Grandmother ' s magic reaches its highest art in our Sunshine Kitchens . . . blending the ripe fruit, with crystal cane sugar, according to time-tested recipes to give you Sex- ton preserves, jams, jellies, and marmalades. Your guest will know the difference. -a« JOHN SEXTON ft CO.. 1940 Page 445 BRAND HAM DELICIOUS BRAND TENDERED Hams are processed from individually selected, top-quality pork, care- fully cured with table sugar. Slowly smoked with hickory chips for tempting, " real country " flavor. Try them! STAR PROVISION CO. Birmingham, Alabama WOOD - FRUITTICHER GROCERY COMPANY WHOLESALE GROCERS Birmingham, Alabama Yazoo Gravel Company, Inc. WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL Tuscaloosa, Alabama P. O. Box 924 Phone 3913 ED. A. ZELNICKER GENERAL INSURANCE All Kinds of Protection - MOBILE - Page 446 WEATHERFORD PRINTING COMPANY Serving the University since 1892 Complete PRINTING Service TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA Fred Hassel Wolter W. Baker 2114 Broad Street P. O. Box 372, Telephones 5738 - 951 1 Compliments Of C . B. GRIMES DRUID THEATRE " DOWNTOWN " Under New Management D E E - LE L A N D COMPAN 1 ES • REAL ESTATE • INSURANCE • RENTALS • MORTGAGE LOANS 2319 8th Street TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA Phones - -4441 - 4442 Malbis Bakery Company STATE WIDE BAKERY " When Shopping Think of MALBIS Cookies and Cakes " MOBILE, ALABAMA THE LAUNDERETTE • SAVE TIME • SAVE MONEY • QUICK EFFICIENT SERVICE " RED " SWANSON 1402 University Ave. Phone 6841 Page 447 WIESEL COMPANY THE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS Nationally Advertised Men ' s Wear Home of Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes SOUTHLAND DRIVE-IN ir Sandwiches •A Curb Service Open Late NEW BIRMINGHAM HIGHWAY DOG HOUSE CHICKEN N THE ROUGH CURB SERVICE 501 10th Street Phone 7314 SKYLINE DRIVE-IN THEATRE ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW Seven Nights A Week Across the Street From The SOUTHLAND DRIVE IN Birmingham Highway Poge 448 EXTENSION DIVISON FOLLOW YOUR EDUCATIONAL INTERESTS DURING VACATIONS, AFTER COLLEGE YEARS ARE OVER, AND WHILE YOU ARE AT WORK - Through The Extension Division of THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF EXTENSION INSTRUCTION Correspondence Study Courses for College and High School Extension Classes Commerce and Engineering Extension DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE Bureau of Information Adult Education Home and Family Life Audio-Visual Aids News Bureau High School Guidance and Counselling Radio Club Study, Drama Loan, and Library Extension BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY CENTERS MONTGOMERY MOBILE GADSDEN Third Floor, Administration Building For Information call 4079 - 7542, EXTENSION DIVISION OFFICE, or write Box 2787, UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA I RAYMONDS FOOD STORE Specializing in oil kinds of sandwiches on white, rye and pumpernickel bread — ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC FOODS. We Deliver Till 11 P. M. 1307 10th Street Call 3296 ■ Rose Pintchuck featured eating o RAYMON S SPECIAL Those big, golden fS FFEE GO HAND IN HAND! University Avenue TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA Page 449 NEW CARS USED CARS TUSCALOOSA UNCOLN-MERCURY COMPANY Greensboro Ave. at 11th St. " THE HOME OF GOOD SERVICE " Phone 8-8376 QcunpluHentd- RADIO STATION W J R D ART ' S CAFE NO. 1 and NO. II QUALITY and SERVICE 1223 and 1215 University Avenue m SPORmHOME • COMPLETELY MODERN • AIR CONDITIONED • PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS • LATEST SPORTS RETURNS " The South ' s Finest " YOUR SPORTS HOME AT BAMA Dial 8-1831 JIMMY THOMPSON Page 450 UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA SUMMER SCHOOL The Summer School offers to the regular session student: • Facilities and progroms of work comparable to other quar- ters of the year. • Programs of work on the regular quarter basis in some divi- sions,- in a first term of six weeks and a second term of five weeks in other divisions for those who prefer not to attend the full quarter. • Carefully planned programs of recreation and entertainment. For catalog and other information call at summer school office, 103 Clark f all, or write to DIRECTOR OF SUMMER SCHOOL University , Alabama Oh Honey! MARY BALL CANDIES In all the world you ' ll never find better candies than Mary Ball Deep South Confections. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. DIAMONDS WATCHES COOK ' S GIFTS 605 Greensboro Avenue TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA Convenient Credit Terms At No Extra Cost ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING CO. - 2501 - 17th ST. - TUSCALOOSA, ALA. Page 451 ( oLonna Studio ± Dna. OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER 1950 COROLLA " Unlocoted Photographers 114 PARK ROW NEW YORK, N. Y. Phone Beekman 37514 Page 452 e i A iA. t i • • COM HAr MAY. CONFIDENCE is the heritage of youth .... it is also a fundamental requirement of business .... attained by long study, training and experience • We have enjoyed the confidence of yearbook Staffs throughout the country for over thirty years .... an accomplishment for which we are truly grateful and justly proud .... • • T»r , COLLEGE ANNUAL DIVISION ALABAMA ENQRAVINQ COAYPANY BIRAVINQHAAV (leme-mke PoAo im. » (lememlneA. Pa iacfCm- » (leme-mJjie Pan Kf H ■ • mmmm we are printers of the oday fr yearbook of your school. Tomorrow as you seek your future in the professions, industry and commerce i wl we m at Paragon hope to serve you with the essential Printing _J and Lithography you will need in the pursuit of your career. Many of our best customers came to us through friendships formed around the annual planning table or from former grads like yourself who first saw our work in their annual. ©1)0 Qarason Qresisi MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA i f JW e TO ADVERTISERS L. L. ADAMS REFRIGERATION AND ELECTRIC CO 407 ALABAMA AUCTION ROOM 407 ALABAMA ENGRAVING CO. 453 ALABAMA GAS CORPORATION 407 ALABAMA-GEORGIA SYRUP CO. 407 ALABAMA POWER CO. 404 ALBERTA GULF SERVICE STATION 407 ALBRIGHT AND WOOD DRUG STORES 409 ALL STATES LIFE INSURANCE CO. 407 ALLEN AND JEMISON CO. 402 THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO. 406 ART ' S CAFE 450 AVERETTE RADIO CO. 409 BAILES STUDIO 412 L. G. BALFOUR CO. 410 BAMA DRUG STORE 413 TOM BARNES LINCOLN-MERCURY CO. 437 BARNES ELECTRIC CO. 412 F. M. BASS AND CO. 411 BATSON-COOK CO 416 T. H. BENNERS AND CO 406 BLACK, FRIEDMAN AND WINSTON 412 BOGUE ' S HIGHLAND RESTAURANT 413 BOLTON-ADAIR TRANSFER CO. , 412 J. OVIATT BOWERS CO. 409 BRANSCOMB ' S U DRIVE IT CO. , , 408 BREWBAKER MOTORS CO 410 BRICE BUILDING CO 411 BRIDGER ' S LUMBER CO 411 BROMBERG ' S AND CO 410 BROWN-GUP INSURANCE AGENCY 411 BURCHFIELD HOTEL AND COFFEE SHOP 412 J, M. BURCHFIELD AND SON 411 R. D. BURNETT CIGAR CO. 409 CAIN MACHINE CO. 414 CAMPUS SERVICE STATION 422 CANNON GROCERY 414 CITY NATIONAL BANK 415 CITY PARK GREENHOUSE 416 CLOVERDALE SERVICE STATION 413 COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO 418 COLE SUPPLY CO., INC. 414 COLONIAL COURT 414 COLONNA STUDIOS 452 CONSTANTINES 414 COOK ' S JEWELERS 451 THE CORNER 415 CRAIG OIL CO. 415 CRITERION CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY 423 CRUSE-CRAWFORD MANUFACTURING CO 405 CRYSTAL LAUNDRY CO. 414 DEAL LUMBER CO. 418 DEE-LELAND CO. 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MONTGOMERY 427 MONTGOMERY NETWORK ASSO. 422 MORGENTHAU CLEANERS 430 McLESTER HOTEL 427 McLELLAN STORES INC. 432 McKESSON AND ROBBINS, INC. 421 NATHAN FURNITURE CO. 432 NATIONAL SOUTHERN PRODUCTS CORP 434 P. H. NICHOLS AND CO. 432 NICK ' S AT KNOXVILLE 434 NORTHINGTON LAUNDRY 430 OLEN DEPAR TMENT STORES 423 PAT ' S 432 PAKE-STEPHENSON CO. 432 PARAGON PRESS 454 PERDUE SERVICE STATION 436 PERRY CREAMERY CO. 437 LOUIS W. PERRY JEWELERS 438 PIG TRAIL INN 438 PIZITZ IN BESSEMER 433 PIZITZ IN TUSCALOOSA 439 POULTRY AND EGG CO. 437 PREFERRED LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY 410 PROTECTIVE LIFE INSURANCE CO. 442 PUG ' S 435 PUREFOY HOTEL 436 BANKS W. QUARLES PLUMBING CO. , . , 433 D. B. QUARLES PLUMBING CO. . 439 RAIFORDS 434 ROI-TAN 409 ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING CO. 451 RAYMON ' S ,449 RED TOP TRANSFER CO. 434 RED DIAMOND COFFEE 412 REX CLEANERS 440 ROGERS PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. 443 ROSEMONT GARDENS 441 ROYAL SUPERIOR CLEANERS 434 SAFETY CAB CO. 437 SANDY ' S MOTEL 437 SCHLOSS AND KAHN GROCERY CO. 434 SCHWEITZER ' S ,438 SCHWOB AND CO. 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