University of Georgia - Pandora Yearbook (Athens, GA)

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K I 4 1 V' ' X 1 1 X gl. 1 1 - x. ., -"' ' 1 J 1 .V 1 ' K, 1' Q. 'H I -,.l1 4 1 11 H 1 ' ' X' ' ' 1U1,1 1 W 11 W , 1 1 A 1-'Vi I 11. 1 1 3, . ' 1 1 . 13. 711 ' 1 Q-'111'1!'1 A ' Q 1 .' R 1 k X 1111 1 4' ' 1 1.,.. 1 1 1 v 11, 1 Q- J 1'A Y ,L 1 I 1 6 ,V 1' 11 1 '5?! V Y E. ! ',rf1Q-1 1' 1 ' 1 11111 Hqflljl '41 I , 1 I 13.14 1.9 11m1 M .V 3' IV? ,lu I '1 5.11 Eff, , , A 1viN1 321.1 1 1 .. , A 1 ' 1 114115 ,W 114? 1 c '-N" ' qu '1- .1 11 15911111 1 ll 1 1" E '1 .,,'1"' 1 1 hx-1 IICI, V I 6 1 11.-1 1 x -1 .I ,4 .1 fill, Presented by Tl-IE STAFF OF Tl-IE IQ33 PANDORA FREDERIC SQLQMQN, Editor-in-Chief GEOIQGE D. COPE, Business Manager THE 1933 PANDCRA 4 ., . ' 1, . g...f. f -r A I . 4 ' , - , ,,f,. . .'. -Q. Q 's....v"" 2' f Q1 af- fu A V! THE NINETEEN THIRTY THREE ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF TI-IE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA ATI-IENS, GEORGIA . .. VOLUME FORTY SIX QM ,,, Xazffl , fzmu I II f-WIIIIL Q xl wsu' 'I F I ,I W 1 I .. I Q 'Im I I: I ,xx , '7 , 1 fy? ff ITX I 4' , , 225 ..iIIIIIE.NgIi I :J ,:gg.f,, f I L cuff, S fffk I x' 'Q Xl IM .1 rw-: 'RAR Q-wg' Qi QAIEAP-HJR' Allen county PUUIIC I-Ibflf! 900 Webster Street 1 r 2210 ignaiiih-ne, in 46801-2270 DEDICATION O T0 STEADMAN VINCENT SANFORD President of the New University of Georgia THIS VOLUME IS DEDICATED We take pride in making our book a tribute to him, not because ot the high office upon which he has just entered, nor because he is the first president of the reorganized University, but because he Icnows and understands the University . . . and its students. He is a great administrator, a wise and understanding Ieader, a devoted and loyal servant of his Institution and his State. We take joy both in the qualifications and the quaIities of our new President, and offer him our hearty congratulations and whole- hearted allegiance. J. A L v 1 fuk g FOREWORD Each Pandora attempts to record the events of the year of its issue. The many unusual occurrences of the school year I932-I933 have offered at the same time tremendous difficulties and wonderful opportunities for delineation. The staff has done its utmost to overcome these difficulties and utilize these opportunities. To the extent that it has achieved these two purposes the book will reflect an accurate picture of the truly mo- mentous events of I932-I933. SECTIONS SCHOOL BEGINS ...... I I ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 23 FRESHMEN ........ 39 PUBLICATIONS . . 53 FRATERNITIES . . 59 FOOTBALL ...... . 07 MUSIC AND DRAMATICS . . . I2I FORENSICS ...... . 29 SOPHOMORES . . 37 BASKET-BALL . . 5 I MILITARY . . . . 55 MINOR SPORTS . . . 93 JUNIORS ..... . 2OI TRACK ...... . 2I9 WOMEN'S ATHLETICS . . 223 HONORS ..... . 23I BASEBALL . . 275 BEAUTIES . . . . -279 SENIORS . . . . 287 SCHOOL ENDS . . . 343 INDEX ..... . 35I ADVERTISEMENTS ...... 352 f .-IYPII' QQWW -IQ IN ptmw-xrlom HE 1933 PANDORA is "themeless." For the first time in years no catch-all such as the "Old South," "The Future University" or the like has been resorted to as a unifying agent for the book. Instead it has been felt that the school year 1932-1933 is itself worthy of most careful portrayal and can itself supply an abundance of con- nective material. Symbolic of University reorganization, the PANDORA has undergone a rearrangement and this year appears in altered form. ln short, an effort has been made to avoid the Uannual stereotype." The undesirable sameness of most annuals, greatly lessening their effectiveness, has been eliminated wherever possible. The cover symbolizes the modern PANDORA opening her box from which rises, however, a greatly altered contents. PANDORA to-day attempts to reveal the real nature of the vibrant 1933 University of Georgia, active, pulsating, springing to new life. She lifts the lid, leads forth the truth, the beauty of an institution reborn. The old arrangement of the subject matter into 'fdivisionsl' and Hsub- divisions" has been discarded. A reference to the preceding page will show that this has been replaced by arranging the material chronologically. Certain broad classihcations into sections were unavoidable, but these sections have been arranged chronologically from the front of the book to the back, illustrating the spotlight of student interest shifting from one topic to another. lt will be noted also that there are three feature sections, one at the first of the book indicating the beginning of school, one near the middle, reviewing the year, and one near the last, illustrating the close of school. Besides attempting to make the book more interesting, an effort has been made to make it more useful. For the Hrst time in the history of the University, every student, or practically every student has his picture in the PANDORA. Thus the 1933 PANDORA probably contains as many individual portraits as any annual in the country. To act as a guide to the various pictures of these approximately 2200 people, an index has been added-another new feature. We hope the 1933 PANDURA will represent the modernity of the pres- ent University of Georgia, that its merger with the Crystal of G. S. T. C. whose pictures and organizations appear side by side with those of Franklin College SL the College of Agriculture will be indicative of closer harmony between the units of the University system. If the 1933 PANDORA is distinctively different from its predecessors we will be gratified. lf, in addition, it is better, we will be delighted. scrioot 5Eoins fx F5 92-' X qw!! f , rf K ,A-' N. i t 'M X i "if'r.,f'f,'a"'ffi5M3 K. Axwwnyy it ,X , . is Er V' 'i Q l l A i-I -:'1'Qi.N"'N'kL's--.fffi il' ., i l ' Q , EPTEMBER had faded as Athens dozed lazily upon her seven hills. Only the clang of an occasional fire-truck, the clatter of a wob- bly-wheeled mule-drawn dray disturbed her reverie. None the less in Rising Fawn and l-la- hira the tow-headed scion of many a sturdy family was packing his grip, fingering in his pocket a thin roll of bills that would open the gates of knowledge. College was his goal where football made the fall a frenzied dream, where girls were lovely, and where now 34 then one garnered facts from co-op purchased books. Northward 84 westward young men were pack- ing forthe long trek south to winter in a pleas- ant clime where college fees were not too steep for a depression-flattened purse, 81 knowledge was dispensed by pleasant gentle- men in dreamy sing-song. Merchants back in Athens, roused from their torpor, anticipated sales. .Cobwebs were brushed from cash drawers, windows be- decked in garments designed to catch the collegiate eye. New signs extolled the vir- tues of Mrs. lVlorgan's boarding house where rooms might be had with or without, 84 where the running water was both l-l. 81 C. l-lardened arteries of the old University, mother of all state-supported schools, felt the surge of new blood, injected by regent-ap- pointed President Sanford. Q, iw" New finery bedecked the physical being of the old lady while well chosen tonics awak- ened new lite within. Feverishly hammering, laying brick, setting stone, artisans labored in mid-campus com- pleting with sure haste Harold Hirsch Hall, new law building, home of Alexander King Memorial Library, a devil's food cake in red brick, white concrete. Finest student housing system in the South, Old home of Georgia's Law School, passed to Department of Personnel and Publicity. rose Joe E. Brown Dormitory, squatty 8: ramb- ling, on Lumpkin street. 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Ma Hale, Sis Winn, spotless in white, fussy 81 harried, shepherded the mob, passed out the blanks. Inside, clothes were stripped from adolescent forms, guant 81 rotund, tall 8: short. Raw, shiv- ering, embarrassed men stuck out their tongues, jumped up 8: down, coughed, is h '-nfl A v i 4 r .A g squinted at charts, while Reynolds, owlish, twinkling-eyed, prodded ribs, sought athlete's toot, eczema. Aides scanned seething test tubes for sugar 8: albumen. Hastily dressed, tousled-headed, forty am- bling strides took them to the PANDORA photographer, a new ordeal, unknown to regis- tration. Commerce-Journalism's nearly new home ab- sorbed them. Harassed, henlike Editor Solo- mon herded them sheepishly in front of blaz- ing lights, clicking cameras. Men took a lick 8: a promise at unruly hair, tugged at a tie, self- consciously stared at imaginary birdies. Three clicks took profile, full face, three-quar- ter view, best of which went onto registration card, 8: athletic ticket. Later came the women, rocketing Solomon's blood pressure, increasing his frenzy, as they arranged coiffures, powdered noses, rouged lips, slowed the mill. Past .lournalism's wing, they stumbled over rugged pathways to Woodruff Hall where bedlam awaited. Ogling the sparrow inhabited reaches over- head, the surging mass of perplexed adminis- trators below, they stepped into the mael- strom where was beginning to grind creakily 5 . ff- JN 4 but steadily the wheels of newly formed edu- cational machinery. General supervisor Heckman, unifying agent in the helter skelter jumble, scurried madly to enlighten confused registrars, passed out pads, gave directions. Physicist Hendren, new dean, observed, benevolently beaming as he saw in operation the quarter system he had helped Sanford arrange. Educators 8: linguists swore at scientists 8: XE 1 JC' soldiers as labs and drills confused schedules. Journalism, Commerce, boomed in numbers, wreathing in smiles the faces of rotund, jovial, Journalist Drewry, pipe-smoking, dour Econ- omist Brooks. Chatting of Paris, French teachers Chance, Holland, Thaxton, took what came-seemed content. Thankful for completed schedules, the sep- arated mob congregated again, now at the registration desk, where T. W. Reed, silver- ,z-TJUQWV .- ' . My , I 5 .I Q , ,QQ :if A ,,,,.,' ,,...... N..-.....-.--........f.w.w. ' 'V 'A I . ' Q. . Lf-?-L ,- I 1 ' ' " ' Gif . ffiif X ,"'f'E . wp ' 'Swv Wrfyw Z l , ,.,. ,......,...."' w..f....4i 'x k ' 5 su. 1 , is i".Y'5 ru., .. .. V - .3 as I i t t V, ,, 'x if Y' haired Patriarch with dangling torelock, rumi- native quid, took forty dollars a head, hurried them on bearing a card with the illegible scrawl that made them students in name if not in spirit. Dazed from the bustle they emerged from the bowels of Woodruff, schedules completed, pockets depleted, to gawk at the stadium, wonder at the polo field, stare at Memorial Hall. H5 " 3 f""' Y-Man Secrest's earnest workers took them in tow, boasted of Y rooms, prattled ot fellow- ship, pointed with pride to Y-men athletes. Suave young men moved in their midst, men- tally cataloging the sheep 81 the goats. They were 'fraternity rushing committeemen, smooth finished-products ot campus society. Eager eyed, shabby men, fawned, gestic- ulated, urged the purchase of laundry tick- ets, meal tickets, pressing club tickets, radios ! on time payments. Money flowed from the pockets of freshmen. Pipes jutted over downy chins, swagger came to their gait. Acclimatization continued 'til the first nervous uncertainty was gone. The campus was theirs. Then came the old men, usurped the Fresh- men's new found domain, leaving them hesi- tant again. Scattered from the Arch to Costa's, the old- sters slapped backs, shook hands, relived va- ? E .r 3 fi if iii? sz gffa 1 '35 . fig X cations, outwardly ignored the freshmen, in- wardly appraised each. Cash drawers jangled from Marbury's to Bob Gunn's. Hungry men swarmed Tony's, Costa's, The Varsity. Draped upon chairs, banisters, front steps they swarmed the fraternity houses up Hill, down Milledge, out Prince. Cid College, New College, filled to capacity. Orthophonics, radios, yodeled to the breeze. I , I V, ' , , f,vV f rv ' fl: , X QQ, fi Q ' W W , . 4 , W., W 1 Y ff' 9 .J 1 rt, l FZ 'V f . . -K, 1 w ff' , . Q 1 Q . gf? K x Q nil :- .ia .., 491' +741 ,. 1 .vn- I i 5,3 nl- They took the same trail from Stebeman to Reed, begarH at Academic Q 1- a Qt 4 ulty crowded chapel's small stage while stu- dents packed its hard slanting seats for 'Formal opening exercises. Quietly they sat, student staring at pedant, pedant staring at space whilst Hugh Hodgson drew sonorous peals from the organ. Gnome-like, jesting President Sanford wel- comed them all, explained his quarter system, talked of his dream of a new University. Tan- Chancellor Snelling fcenter, repre-' sents vested 'authority over the whole system. s . l x R, gilole understanding of his midsummer labor grew 'From his words. Results: Regents control the system in toto, directing finances, combining departments, eliminating overlapping, paring expenses. Chancellor Charles Mercer Snelling personi- ties vested authority of regents over the whole system. President S. V. Sanford presides over Frank- lin, heads the trio of Colleges at Athens. 'C Soule heads the College of Agriculture. Pound, president, Meadows, dean, rule new College of Education, result of Regent de- manded fusion of old Teacher's College 8: University's Peabody. College of Education merger adds 600 blue uniformed young women to University sys- tem, opens Education College's portals to males. Quarter system divides the year into four quarters, replacing the old 3-term system . . . courses completed in one quarter, six days a week for full courses, alternate meetings for half courses, one holiday a week for the former -alternating weeks for the latter. Summer school makes up the fourth quarter. Junior 8: Senior Colleges are new divisions of the quarter-systemed university. Successful sophomores might accept certificates, face the world. Hungry for culture, those who make -It 49 s 4' Q, Q K U i I 'ii ir 'Q K 0 1- G I wa Qvfisd tv 1 I fu-fU'u V4 5 'll Q" ', If 1 Q P J - 3' 5? A.. H X? ' 5 . ,4 S E3 L . . . W 1 I , ,, , ' if E f 3 W M f 'N 1 W R . if Q 52 2 br 3 ir.. wwxmiw, From 'Chapel ........ a new efa ADMINISTRATICDN AND FACULTY gsfff ', V ,Q IZQJ ,J , Z, 1 ' 1' f fi ocf "" ' ,A 5 H H ii 'we-153:10-Il JR. l 7 i PRECEDING even the treshmen ot Freshman Week,,taculty members pre- pare the ground, lay out schedules, plan the routine, provide tor teeding Xa hous- ing, arrange tor registration. Each class must harmonize with other classes within the department, each department must dovetail with every other, the three col- leges must be properly integrated. Fac- ulty Xr administration spend weary weeks upon these problems tar in advance ot returning student hordes. l932-I933 saw three tormerly unrelated tac- ulties working as one in what had become by reorganization the common cause. Faculties ot Franklin College, Agricultural College 84 Education College joined torces, worked side by side just as they are pictured tor the tirst time in I933 PANDORA. Democratic spirit toward the student body has tor years marked Georgia's taculty. All the South knows ot its democracy 84 intormal- ity, treely admits it is never surpassed, rarely equalled. Cynical observers suggested intormality had led to triendship, friendship had led to sym- pathy, sympathy had prevented professors .N fi k.' . "driving" students as disciples ot "the old school" telt students should be driven. lvlooted became the question when the quar- ter system, tirst tried in '32-'33 saved protes- sors the trouble, drove students 'til they wailed under its lash. Faculty itselt had problems ot its own when depression's bite slashed salaries, reduced personnel, made harried protessors carry greater teaching loads at lessened salaries. True to tradition, they bore up under in- creased burdens, gave their best to the in- stitution, aided reorganization. More than ever deserving appreciation, their loyalty was not overlooked, earned them increased re- spect trom thinking students. .23. ..,..-.-. R I !,..4 Q 1 I U A ., 1, . 1 , , N N gf, A, I 5 Q-Q gf , Q N H, ,dsx Cx it Jw L , X54 cimrk -,L Q LIL I Lf! I, N I j'!, X11 PQ' I V R V' - ' X 'Q f' T IWWUX W! V UZ- , ,Y I A I fir' 'Af 2' I I . W- I 1 f lf Sf N5 'Wifi A I I 1-U 'SRM IM. fi-A A I Af A I ,- I f A V' 5 , Jfx- 'Y I' ff ' 'L , ' Ji , . ' ' 9 ' I , ,', A Skill X w""4'fiKLl'f'w IW , A .I gi- I , I , ,I It f if If , S ll I1 maj T lx Iwi gf,I,ff+sgmQix VQ LJ I MII Igglwzf I A A MI I MIK ee .vffmkn , 5 HUGHES SPALDING CHARLES M. SNELLING focird of 'lQgents University System of Georgia HUGHES SPALDING, Clmirmnn W. J. VEREEN EUGENE 'TALMADGE GEORGE C. WOODRUEE MARION SMITH A. S. AULT CASON CALLAXVAY M. D. DICKERSON VV. ELLIOT IJUNXVODY, JR. RICHARD B. RUSSELL, SR. A. PRATT IADAMS PAUL BURSON Clzrzrlex flifereez' SIIFIHIIQ' was mmle Clmrzrellor of the newly' Crealeff University Syslenz of Georgia and serzwl in that Fllfiflfifj' until flpril 15, IQ33, iulzen he resigzzed to bevome Chanreflor Emeriius. SOULE, SNELLING, RUSSELL, POUND, SANFORD N ,,,, , j Mi? ,QS L7 if A S 7,761 fggggzpw Qqsr., YY ff' Q WQIN , A ef AS .V PY KYVV A, E, Q If f1'- 1 I'!!T 'Q Q-KX!!! jj l a Q' , Y fig! fggqf -, QM? 413 3 E I I 75 fe 2 .eee A-f -V X ' li Q A 51. W2 lVPf?i1' , 94 . H.-...r, f -, ...sq-i,,,,D. D. 1 4 f -J J., T! fi. f-is 53151 l 'J ' I - t'll.YlL'L. f. . - - .,. A fw uixgfixfgvgyggg Ili wr Q, X A Li .1 5. I , ,X. V ft M 1 v 1 it-I 1 . 4' 'iw Q1 'M-'ffl 'P ",' H' fl!! V' V f 'il T iil-l li T i ' " Q T' AW W Y - Mflgl U., gf' 1,117,119 ' f 1 ,f .., ' , ' I, , . Ty h,fLaig, iefwllt flff 'ft 'ee fl , ry' Z? ' f Q . ,C 4 f4Figl1-.xy c - X- ' L K . iuif, x ' "1 j, J , sk A-, .x S. V. SANFORD ANDREW M. SoUI.E june XI. PoL'ND University of Georgia Q5-Zlciministration RU1XfIOT1UiN of Charles NI. Snelling to the Chancellorship of the entire University System and integration ofthe three Athens units during the spring 1932 created the question of how these units should be controlled. This gave rise to a sort of administrative committee that was to act in the absence of Chancellor Snelling. This committee was composed of S. V. Sanford, President of Franklin College: Andrew lvl. Soule, President of the College of Agricultureg and Jere 111. Pound, President of the College of Education. Sanford was to exercise final authority on the ground that Franklin College was the oldest of the three. In this manner most of the 1932-1933 session was conducted. The spring of 1933 saw the Board of Regents continue their reorganization and integration. Sanford was made President of the entire University System in Athens, Other administrative divisions were to be in charge of Deans responsible to the President. An effort has been made to explain the stages of the transition in the School Begins and During The Year sections of 1933 PANDORA. CHAPEL g' Yj- .xg-T QP, N ix ' 1 ' 1 ff arf-V1 -..fs , ' 3 T: iff! gli- Eh,-fir. Q f f wt s V .9 J it is its 5 . 1 1 4 if we 1 f 1 7 f fr X Q 1 fy 4 N ' f fr taser - - - 51, S, nvnwi c . .... . . . M. .Q5. . A , -A...M,. L iw 5 - L " 1' ee if-I A . V AW rw gI1f,Q.N rrxflll AQJQQV ' 1 I5 I yxilx Lf? . I E , IQCYQDN X g5,fQ3'Qi't7QFX All ILL- AI' g rig!! It Illia Rfk lflrs, ' 67 If mln ki ini 2 fy: PM-fcigb ,ilsiggggfg I IL ":gl. I It -Qs I . '-A ,W J 'E JfI'ffs O. C. QXDERHOLD J. T. ASKENV AIRSAJ. XY. BAILEY BI.-RRY BANKS Ilsvm F. ILARRDW W. 5. DECKVVITH XVILLIS H. BCCGCK MRS. J. l'. BONDURANT MRS. BIARY BROACH SHIELDS BROVVNFIELD ADAIR B.S.A., M.S.A. Supervisor of Fertilizer Investigation OMER CLYDE ADERHOLD II.S.A., M.S. Assoeiate Professor of Rural Education MRS. LELAND ALEXANDER B.S.H.E. Professor of Institutional Ilfanagenzent FRANCES ARCHER Librarian, College of Edueation T. S. ASBURY Extension Distriet Agent J. T. ASKEXV PH.B., M.A. Instructor in History BESS M. BAIRD A.B., A.M. Professor of H0llS81l0ld Arts Y -1.1 L C 1,7 ff' L. fi i ' H C ix I -4f:Y7.X X X MRS. J. W. BAILEY B.S.MUS. Assistant Piano PEGGY BAKER B.S.H.E. I Superfzfising Teaeher of Home Economics MARY BANKS A.B. Y III. C. A. Seeretary DUPREE BARRETT B.S.F. Extension Forester DAVID F. BARROW A.B., M.A., PH.D Professor of lllatlzernatics WEEMS OLIVER BASKIN B.S. Assistant Professor of Physieal Education for Men WIGHTBIAN SAMUEL BECKWITH A.B., A.M. Professor of Il-Iathenzaties LE0 WILLIAM BELCH ER E.S.C. Bookkeeper JOSEPH COLUMBUS BELL B.S.A. Supervisor of Georgia National Egg-Laying Contest FREDERICK WILLIAM BENNETT B.S.A. Assoeiate Professor of Animal Husbandry LAURA A. BLACRSHEAR Extension Illustrator MRS. MARGARET HARRIS BLAIR A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of I-Iouselzolal Arts WILLIS HENRY Bococzq A.B., LITT.D., A.M., LL.D., LITT.B. Professor of Greek MRS. JOHN P. BONDURANT A.B.J., M.A. Personnel fi C II A ff' 'Tess I O' IQ ff S .I I et , A! fi., Egg Q2 X If '-vQfi'llLs K 5 if I N E, I Mix iii QQXHQP gli W 'NX L. R I 0 -:A1A ,gE , K X It 565 ' ' ' I 51. W 26 Q - 1, X 1 IE. ,sm foffil 3,51 If 6 Xsisxwl "Zhi, , A . ' 1 ,x,- ff I, cfiQR?22if S y LLl4f I It It GEORGE HUGH BOYD A.E., S.M.SC.D Professor of Zoology MRS. MARY UPSHAW BROACH A.E., B.S.H.E., M.S. Assistant Professor of Houselzolzl Arts J. E. BROADNAX B.S.C. Freshman Coach CHARLES JOSEPH BROCKMAN A.E.CH.ENO., M.S., PH.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry ROBERT PRESTON BROOKS A.B., M.A., PH.D. Professor of Economics PETER FRANK BROWN A.B., A.M. Professor of English WALTER SCOTT BROWN B.S.A. District Supervisor of County Agents ANNE WALLIS BRUMEY A.B., A.M. Associate Professor of Romance Languages MALCOLM HONORE BRYAN A.M. Associate Professor of Economics HELEN BULLARD B.S.H.E. Assistant in the Nursery School MANITA BULLOCH A.B. Professor of Uratory ana' Platform Arts HAROLD FLOURNEY BURCH B.S.A. Research Worker in Marketing WALTER CLINTON BURKHARDT D.v.M. Professor of Veterinary Medicine DUNCAN BURNETT Librarian of the University ,Ea , , ff 4 -.b ., 'jg JL lg., Ibfefi' 'gl PY I il QMS , 425' - I XI fm xv 44 pf! 'uf' L' 'I ek, 1 .I . .1 is M I W' WC if N ', , N X3 A V Q 1 X 4 ,LII A , gh A gf 'Jhg-Pm CHARLES J. BROCKMAN R. P. BROOKS BIALCOLM II. BRYAN BIANITA HULLOCK V. II. CAMP L. M. CARTER R. L. CARTER CLAUDE CHANCE R. R. CHILDS IRIS CALLANVAY A.B., A.M. Associate Professor of lllathematics M.ATILDA CALLAWAY , B.S.H.E., M.S. Associate Professor of Horne Economics PIERCE HORTON CAMP CAPT. INF. U. S. A. Assistant Professor of lllilitary Science and Tactics EPSIE CAM-PRELL B.S., A.M. State Supervisor of Vocational Horne Economics JAMES PHILANDER CAMPBELL B.S.A. Director of Agricultural Extension Work ANNIE CARLTON Librarian Memorial Hall LEONIDAS MYERS CARTER B.s. Professor of Agricultural Chemistry .f1E,g35:gxi6i 'fix 5 A f K A PQ Q, ,I 1-.lin Qs-. "'z yi? JPRXQIFQZQTS -'?'tiS Z f fd N X W f G! M L, f GR 1 ll PM if .27. , X 1 Q if .A W 4 X ftkl f N? X Nxxxxx NK, A? 1 W g iid, CQ' p ATI-fLsfwQsxeews I sl a wI LL.14f?Q Iiessig. IAA vfiftf flfffs XLWP fkglm'-.X FI., X .V 'ii i' My ff lfelfllji N KfIlf"?f2siff3X egfrltgd-22:11 2 MI .Jim I f A ,W IIL1. J A Jlfiin 'Cb-br ..-as ,,....,, 've FY ew- " W6 19- am ,Qt BLANTON CLEMENI' XV. O. COLLINS GEO, G. CONNELLV ZOE L'Ow.'xN ILDNVARD Ci. CROUSE IWFREST CUMMING XV. H. IWAVENPORT E. H. IDIXON IQATIE DOWNS R. L. CARTER Graduate .Assistant Chemistry CLAUDE CHANCE A.B., A.M. Associate Professor of Romance Languages PAUL WILRUR CHAPMAN B.S.A., B.E.ED., IW.S.A. State Director of Vocational Education Ross RENFROE CHILDS B.S.A., M.S.A. Professor of Agronomy GEORGE MILLER CLARKE B.S.A. Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering BLANTON CLEMENT B.s.C.E., IvI.s. Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering ARCHIBALD TOOMBS COLLEY MAJ. CAL. U. s. A., A.Is. GRAD. U. s. MIL. ACAD. Professor of lllilitary Science and Tactics LURLINE COLLIER B.s.H.E. State Girls' Club Agent WILLIAM OLIN COLLINS B.S.A. . Professor of Agricultural Chemistry GEORGE GARTLAND CONNELLY A.B., LL.B. Assistant Professor of Public Speaking ELLIS MERTON COULTER A.B., M.A., PH.D. Professor of History IRIS P. COULTER D.V.M. Associate Professor of Veterinary llleclicine ZOE COWAN A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Education GEORGE OSCAR CRABB B.S.A. Professor of Agronomy EDITH VAUGHN CRESWELL B.S.H.E. Associate Professor of I-Iome Managernent MARY ETHEL CRESWELL B.S.H.E. Director of Honze Economics EDWARD CASE CROUSE A.B. Assistant Professor of Journalism FORREST CUMMING A.B., A.IvI. Associate Professor of .tllatlzematics MRS. BENNIE MAE G. DANNER B.s.H.E., M.s.H.E. Research Worker in Home Equipment WALTER NEWNAN DANNER B.s.A.E. Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering 1 e f ww. fIsrE EQEQAFEEEAE !'f X Wig iw I .-Igefr?wvtTfeQ? f fWyEEEA:1..E 6?9f"T? Wx ii LX if I I I xii f ' X L N ' X - .11 E -"T vi f- 6 I I V . 'x GX 5 vt-I , K A 7 'ffiijis . L3 I . J Aa A I ' f -7 ,if A 'ILA' 11' li , yxip J V' ii' ivy DE, fx' xi- El' .x F, ' 1 KS,iQ5Q'A53 Wi' if Ykgfm' A ff- if X 3' 2 . I H' A I ' 1: L- 1 ' ,Ml . ,Q ' :J A ,L ' URIAH HARROLD DAVENPORT B.S. Professor of Cifvil Engineering ELLIS HOWARD DIxON A.B., M.S., PH.D. Associate Professor of Physics MRS. HENRY C. DOOLITTLE Registrar, College of Education R. T. DOTTERY Banzlinaster KATIE DOWNS M.A. Critic Teacher JOHN ELDRIDGE DREWRY A.B., BJ., A.M. Professor of .lournalisni RUDOLPH HENRY DRIFTINIIER B.S.A.E., M.S.A.E. Professor of Agricultural Engineering MARION DERRELLE DUBOSE A.B., A.M. Professor of German JULIUS TOWNSEND DUDLEY B.L. Secretary in Dean's Office and Purchasing MARIE DUMAS A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of English MILES DORSEY DUNLAP A.B., A.M. Professor of Sociology DAVID LEWIS EARNEST A.B., A.M. Professor of Elementary Physics HARRY NICHOLAS EDMUNDS A.B., LL.B. JUHN li. IJRIQWRY RI. D. IEVRIISI-I AIARY IJI':sI,xS M. IJ, DI'NI..xI- D. L. ICARNI-IST LEWIS I':l.Hl'l"F 12.11. FIRHR L. .X. FURREST 42, L. FULLER LEWIS ELHUFF A.R., A.M., M.s. Assistant Professor of Biology MRS. W. H. ELLIOTT Agent A.E. Critic Teacher DOROTHY' ELLIS A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Health Education REX EDWARD ENRIGHT LL.B. Assistant Professor of Physical Education for lllen, Basketball Coach LUCILLE EPPS Secretary to the Director of Summer Session EDWIN MALLARD EVERETT A.B., A.M. Pfofe-V50f Of Law and Dean of Law Sfhool Assistant Professor of English AUSTIN SOUTHWICK EDWARDS B.s., M.A., PH.D. Professor of Psychology JOHN RICHARD PAIN B.S., SC.D. Professor of Agronomy Ec.:5j,j fm . A I I X PW jj., .ng I f ff ,O rwife .f 1 A N . ' w ' U! f it Gif' SK I I N illf gl to 'J' I f of A - - I 51. WHT If . 29 . . L , -,Glu 'A 41 f 1'-, I D I I gjdfigifrwjggf H I 'li 1' Q KA XV QI lii . A J if X Mi iw I X R E Jkaw' vi 1 A 5 X S--1 V my V A . In G ' 'IL' , 42. I I g .iwx Q. ' A XX t I , , XX EXPN .190 - Cy' EIN vfivlp, f,E'.ITxI'. ,f VTKW, fhbii If RQ I Ji .1 ,H ix i All ix ii X'.' 3 SL 5 If . -L J JY l NN X A I M l 'S an TAIL A N. .W SlAJffQ'5f3fQ-P? E. W. GODBOLD T. F. GREEN, JR. EDITH GUILL SYLLAX IIAIWILTON H. M. ITECKMAN T. J. HAROLIJ R. G. HENRY IRMA ILICKS PHPE R. I'I1LL JOHN WILLIAM FIROR B.S.A. ARTH UR F. GANNON E..S.A. Research Uforher in Poultry Husbandry C. G. GARNER Extension Specialist in lllarketing LINTON GERDINE B.S., M.D. Pecliatrieian in Nursery School GEORGE FLETCHER GOBER A.M., LL.D. Professor of Law EDWIN WILDS GODBOLD A.Iz., CAPTAIN CAVALRY, U. S. A. Ass:stant Professor of .lllilitary Science Tactics and DAVID GRAHAM Instructor in English BISHOP FRANKLIN GRANT B.S.F. Associate Professor of Forestry THOMAS STEPHEN GRAY B.s.C., LL.B. Alumni Secretary Professor of Agricultural Economics and lllarlzeting DAGMA LEAK FLOYD B.S.A. Agricultural Statistician fCo-op, U. S. D. A.,? FRANCES FORBES B.S.H.E., M.S.H.E. Assistant in Nursery School LUKE ASTELLE FORREST B.S.A. Research W'orker in Soil Chemistry MRS. THEODORE FRISBIE Secretary to the Director of Public Relations MISS EVELYN FRITZ A.B. Assistant Librarian GLENN LOREN FULLER R.s. Soil Specialist in State Survey THOINIAS FITZGERALD GREEN, JR. A.B., LL.B., S.J.D. Professor of Law JAMES EDWARD GREENE A.M., PH.D. Associate Professor of Education EDITH GUILL A.B. Associate Professor of Physical Education for Wozrzen MARION HALL A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Moderrz Languages SYLLAX W. HAMILTON M.A. Critic Teacher H. W. HARVEY Extension Horticulturist in Landscape Department H.S H ...SH. ' - LJJA -45 A I ' L J sfo 1 A ABM IIIAEIF . 30 . be f fo 'dfjfx ', ,EEA f Q PAM ml THOMAS JEWELL HARROLD B.S.A., M.S.A. Research Pforher in Plorticulture MRS. VIRGINIA HARRIS HARRCJLD B.S.H.E., A.M. Assistant Professor of Horne Economics ERNESTINE HEAD B.S.H.E. Supervising Teacher of Horne Economics, Wi11te1'1fille Practice School HAROLD MILTON HECKMAN BS.C., A.M., C.P.A. Professor of Accounting LINVILLE LAURENTINE HENDREN A.Is., A.M., PH.D. Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Dean College of Arts and Sciences, Dean of Aclnlinfstration ROBERT GILBERT HENRY A.R., M.S. Assistant Professor of Physics IRMA HICKS A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Household Arts KATE HICKS A.B., A.M. Principal of Laboratory Schools POPE RUSSELL HILL B.S.A., M.s. Assistant Professor of lllathematics HUGH LESLIE HODGSON B.S. Professor of Music ROBERTA HODGSON A.B., A.M. Associate Professor of Political Science THOMAS SCOTT HOLLAND A.B., A.M. Of Associate Professor of Romance Languages ANNIE MAE HOLLIDAY B.s., A.M. Professor of Fine Arts I ,If lg N lr, I 1 I Z? .I X-RA xx? K 'il 1 V V-f V L, - ff? ' Cllli' W I' . I ' Q I 'Uv 'viola' IMI f .Lk ,,' x - v. ll yljill Q! 'pid 'K I gt - , 'fy V , WI .ff P l6Q7NI:i, xl 5 J 4, ,Lyra ,gy - A Milli' IQ, I LIL AI Q- A , Q.. T. S. HOLLAND XV. D. IIOOPER J. A. IIOSCII W, C. IIUGGINS PERCY Ii. HUNT il. A. IIUTCHINSUN M. P. IARNAGIN J. XV. JENKINS ll. D. JETER WILLIAM DAVIS HKJIJPER AJS., A.NI., LlT.D. Professor of Latin anfl Secretary of Unifcersity Faculty JOHN ALTIJN HOSCH R.S.C., A.M., LL.B. Professor of Lau' IlII,lJA iiUDDI.E A.R. Instructor in Art WILLIAINI CARL HUGGINS B.S.A. Assistant Professor of Soil Chemistry PERCY EMERY HUNT FIRST LIEUTENANT, INFANTRY, U. S. A., GRADUATE U. S. NIILITARY ACADEMY Assistant Professor of .lllilitary Science anil Tactics GEORGE ALEXANDER HUTCHINSON A.B., A.M., PH.D. Professor of Sociology L QA vg 6? XI? 17353 5 R7 X A I Z KX Cog ii s. 'i- 4 UN lv" 7 jf LH KQJEQH ,s dir- "4 34 ' S I' Mfg .ITL K A A i fI1Q!X.3fkfW' I X vii Y P X if --' if H5 "ii 4 T31gI'Ir' J Ls .31. .lm , C! W7 M , Divx - 'if 'I I fi " AX X7 ,Y N xg I xwth fm gffiefsv ,X ,fx falf' Lili 'E ft M QI s In ' I'.f5',igTL JL ,fI!t5,LlA IZMMIE JONES R. L. IQEENER J. I. LAMBERT .XDA LAXV E. .X. LOWE L. P. AIALLARY G. D. MARCKWORTH J. C. AIEADUWS 110INA MICHAEL MILTON PRESTON JARNAGIN B.S.A., M.AG., SC.D. Professor of Animal I-Iusbanzlry JOHN WILKINSON JENKINS A.B., A.M. Professor of Business Aclnzinistration DOUGLAS D. JETER A.B., A.M. Instructor in Histo1'y GLENN IRVIN JOHNSON B.S.A.E. Extension Agricultural Engineer JAMES A. JOHNSON B.S.A. District Supervisor of County Agents EMMIE JONES Bookkeeper, College of Education CLARENCE WILFORD JONES Instructor in Physical Education fMenj ROBERT WALLACE JONES D.V.M. Associate Professor of Veterinary .llleclicine ANNE JORDAN Assistant Registrar, College of Education RUEUS LAFAYETTE KEENER B.S.A. Associate Professor of Hor'ticultiire CHARLES EDYVARD KELLOGG A.B., B.S.A., M.S.A. Professor of Animal Hiisbaizilry PAULINE KEELYN Law Secretary LUCILE KIMBLE Assistant Professor of lllusic GEORGE HARRIS KING B.S.A. Associate Professor of Rural Education BENJAMIN CLARKE KINNEY IVI.A. Assistant Business lllanager of Dorinitories HOWELL EDISON LACY B.S.A.E. Research Woi'her in Agricultural Engineering JOSEPH IDUS LAMBERT CAPT., CALV. U. S. A. Assistant Professor of .llfilitary Science ARCHIE LANGLEY B.S.A. Assistant Agricultural Statistician ADA LAW A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of English l.x4ILDRED LEDFORD B.S. Associate Professor of Applied Arts JOHN SMITH LEWIS, JR. A.B., M.A. Instructor in English ERNEST ALGERNON LOWE B.S.C. Director of Public Relations .a2. 'fr .HJ f-VJ! ifsfclfi iQY4,, :fl -, ,Ql'fAf.1eo3 I 'J fi jjj so I If w lewis! if if K ll 1 Stl 'V-N I 47 J ,Hay Q-'ff 7' X-P 31' V-, ',f' 1 X ,JIW fliilk fiiggiiiwigi ik FH 'if 4:41532-Q!! -uni of' I MN -fy,2fA,, EUGENE PENNINGTON MALLARY A.B., LL.Is., A.M. Associate Professor of Education GORDON DOTTER MARCKXN'0RTH ILS., M.F. Professor of Forestry CHARLES EDWARD MARTIN A.B. Business lllanager of Athletics ANNIE V. MASSEY A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of High School A. J. MATHEXN'S A.B., A. M. Instructor in Romance Languages JOHN CASSIUS NIEADOVVS A.B., A.M., PH.D. Professor of Education HARRY JAMES NIEHRE .F 'N . ', . 'J -N WMV. J 'A Vi . ' I : fl JH ' I -fs N rf ft. , J f J-I5 134 5 JILX If i- x ,,l A ' 'L i ,1, ,ifigf -1' A A J' J' bra I xv , f ' B 3 ff, 3 If I f Ll JI H W J I . ,, I 1, W 9 V 4 I 4 , f K 4 X i 7 X' X 1 1 PH.D. I - I J. H. AIILLER PEARL C. MOON ELINORE RIORGAN Associate Professor of Physical Education for lllen .TUHN NIORRIS P, R, MORROW 1 J- TT- NOTE KIARY MURDOCII J. H. T. BICPIIERSUN In. N. MIXVIIITI-. MISS NIOINA MICHAEL AB. ELINORE NIORGAN General Y. Ill. C. A. Secretary College of B'S' Elluggfjgn lnstructor in Zoology JULIAN HOX7w'ELL MILLER B.S.A., M.s., PH.D. Associate Professor of Botany ELLA SUE MINOR A.B.ED., M.A. Statistician FRANK ELIJAH MITCHELL B.s.A. Professor of Poultry lfzisliandry DORA V. MOLLENHOFF B.S.H.E. Assistant Supervisor of Home Economics PEARL C. MOON A.B., A.IvI. Assistant Professor of Household Arts JULIAN S. IVIOORE B.S. Associate Professor of Animal Husbandry JOHN MORRIS A.Ia., A.M., R.L. Professor of German PAUL REED NIORROXV A.B., A.M., PH.D. Associate Professor of Education MARY E. NIORSE Associate Professor Physical Education JOHN HULON IVIOTE B.s., M.s., PH.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry MARY IVIURDOCH A.B. Instructor in Education JENNIE BELLE MN'ERS B.s.H.E. Social Director Soule Hall 4 Z f - w . I ef G13 . Wqiammsfiy EAI O A .QW Q mf rc - ff IPS .33. "fo f"' -ff" 'iff . C RA Jew XJ on Ifiwfxfrx I if A F I ' A 5 mf N l M I I R. L. MCWHORTER J. W. NUTTYCOMBE I'IUBERT P. OWENS f ' W, O. P E RHODA PERMENTER X E155 fEf5fUE'2UL E, D. Piighiqv L. B. RAISTY MARTHA MCALPINE A.B. Teacher-Training MIKE MCDOW'ELL Assistant Professor of Milsic J. MEANS MCFADDEN A.B., LL.B. Professor of Law TQHOMAS HUBBARD MCIIATTLJN B.S., SC.D., HORT.M. Professor of Horticulture WALTER FLOY MCLENDON D.V.M. Associate Professor of Veterinary .llfedicine FRANCES MCNAUOHT B.S., M.A. Associate Professor of Physical Education for Woiizeri JOHN HANSON THOMAS MCPHERSON A.B., PH.D. Professor of History, and Chairman of Social Science Group ,, 'gm . A 1 C I K fyfgffggge i ,e i N A 'W l is 5 55524 .iifgi I, QCD PYZZFX X Q EQ Q A L gigs -lfl ,WY 1 M 1, s ilisghklllfx Ellsi. ELBERT NORTON NICWHITE B.S. Instructor in Physics ROBERT LIOON MCWHORTER A.B., A.M. Professor of English ROBERT LIGON MCWHORTER A.B., LL.B. Professor of Law CATHERINE NEWTON B.S.H.E., M.s. Associate Professor of Foods and Nutrition JOHN WILLIAM NUTTYCOMBE B.s. CHEM., PH.D. Associate Professor of Zoology HUBERT BOND OWENS B.S.A., M.A. Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture ROBERT EMORY PARK A.M., LITT.D. Professor of English VERA ALICE PAUL A.B., A.M. Associate Professor of English WILLIAM OSCAR PAYNE A.B., A.M. Professor of History MRS. MARGARET PENNY B.S.H.E., M.s.H.E. Instructor in Hozize Economics RHODA PERMENTER A.B., A.M. Professor of History HERMAN VICTOR PERSELLS D.V.M. Associate Pro essor o Veterinar .llfeflicine , .V IDA POUND A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of History JERE MADISON POUND A.M., LL.D. President, College of Education eil. I EWR? Q9 gh .s4. w r - I. I4I. .!-, Y It-A J, V61 r . L. , 7' U. I 12 - 'z l- I KF 1' G if Y.. ,H E., uw , w X , ,. f K IV xiii Lv Qi will: I fm :H 5' ka Nh J fx! J.. , .Xu G n "ff ,J Ki! 1f 1 sh AVO I -I Y in A Xia! y'2 A X I Y . - 9 I I 4 - , V ex, '37 fy' P lif 'Il RM. V f gc cl l If IW f XPP! f if xffIII'f Ii JA X' K Y I Y V , I s fu, f r A I I W W , i V1 lm!! XD, ,I ' I, xf I .Xl U 'I , W. X ' , I N X Q ,F X In .E Q 4. 'WWW ' .71 ,WX .fl Tvs lo H I p Nl, N X A 1 Eb' MERRITT BLOODWORTH POUND A.B., A.M. Associate Professor of I-Iistory ERNA PROCTOR E.S., M.A. Associate Professor of Horne Economics EDWIN DAVIS PUSEY A.M., LL.D. Professor of Education LLOYD B. RAISTY M.B.A., C.P.A. Assistant Professor of Accounting MATTIE RAMPLEY A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Household Arts SARA RANSOM M.A. Critic Teacher JOHN MOORE READE B.S.A., PH.D. Professor of Botany THOMAS WALTER REED A.M., LL.B. Registrar and Treasurer ETHEL REESE f--1 SARAH RANSOM T. W. REED A. VV. SCOTT E. L. SECREST E. S. SELL R. H. SNYDER IJOROTHY SINCLAIR H. J. STEGEMAN R. P. STEPHENS HORACE BONER RITCHIE A.B., A.M. Professor of Education and Dean of Students, College of Education Secretary to President of College of Agriculture NELLE MAE REESE Librarian, College of Agriculture HAROLD IRWIN REYNOLDS A.B., M.D., I-'.A.C.P. University Physician ALEXANDER RHODES MARY L. ROSENBLATT BACH. OF DESIGN Assistant Professor of Applied Arts STEADMAN VINCENT SANFORD A.B., LITT.D., LL.D. President of the University of Georgia ALFRED WITH ERSPOON SCOTT Business lllanager of Dormitories and Dining Halls B-5-I PHD- MRS. ALEXANDER RHODES A.B.s.S., A.M. Instructor in English and Dean of Womcfn WALDO SILAS RICE B.S.A. Professor of Animal Husbandry ALBERT G. G. RICHARDSON D.v.M. Professor of Veterinary Medicine Professor of Chemistry and Terrell Professor of Agricultural Chemistry EDGAR LEE SECREST Secretary of Y. M. C. A. EDWARD SCOTT SELL A.B., M.S. Professor of Geography LAFAYETTE MILES SHEFFER B.S. State Supervisor of Agricultural Education WTP., an yi 2 A H ,fx gin . A if V f7:I'fN ,f:i:Tih,T?w. 9, '5 3 7-I ul-FJ Y 4 HRPR it Q, -..es. 31 f Y X M - fix .+I fl .HE I .A x I I . Lf ,L A AAA. , fx, ., EEM. gills . Z L . BT .rrg gxfsllgx is If Il 'Ii X 1 I R. 1 . 9 1' ff iiQfffTr' if F tl feat A ' ' '33 We IIefTI I .35. bf WF fv-'i'x:xI qA,Nff,q5l I' M . I A ,fin Q i In-.IIIQmfiibfiili ' wi! 2' N5 2"l'liEIE1lf5i.5fY "Cw'Nx E .M I , A xg ,. , - , LI. gg 'ye we L O 4 L ,- xl 'A ,I 1.7 mf -,Lf,lffIIJ,H.1l? , 7 I , I .I gi NEI... I I wil f N W, p A N ,gigs q',m.IlI f ffl-,,fX'O' I '-'I U ,ft X Villfgx MI Wm 'ff',Q,'j'zl!IllS1jiQf:P P ,ll xy 'INK Sllfllfyrv X Xxx i lalllrfoll if MRS. MARY ELLA LUNDAY SOULE A.B., A.M. Director of Physical Education for Women ROBERT MURRAY SOULE B.S.A., M.s.A. Public Relations Editor HELEN L. SPROUT Assistant Professor of Ancient Languages DOROTHY ST. CLAIR A.Ia., R.M. Instructor of Public School IWusic 1 HERMAN JEROME STEGEMAN PH.B., A.IvI. Associate Professor of Physical Education for Ilflen and Dean of Ilfen ROSWELL PONVELL STEPHENS A.B., PH.D. E Professor of Illathenzatics and Dean of Graduate , L School I.fhLfi.R?Ii1Eh7l'ls1G S3.I35'QlY'sifQf'23lffi?RlL 3E1Hi5.S55?liTNN JOSEPH SPENCER STEWART J. R. THAXTON C. IJ. 'INURNER CAROLYN XYANCE AB., AM., PEDIDI Professor of Seconclary Education, I-Iigh School IVEY IVIERWIN SHIVER Visitor, ancl Director of Summer Session B.S.C. Instructor in Physical Ezlucation for IlIen,' CHARLES MORTON STRAHAN Assistant in Ifootlzall and Baseball C' AND MUE-W SCD. Professor of Civil Engineering ADDISON WINGFIELD SIMPSON, JR. B.S.A. MARY STRAHAN Associate Professor of Animal Hzlsbazzclrs' ' A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Ilcloclern Languages JENNIE BELL SMITH B.M. . . . LURA BELL STRONG Associate Professor of Public School Illuszc A.B. RUFUS HUMMER SNYDER Professor of Physical Erlucation for Women B.s., A.M., PH.D. . . MAY SULLIVAN Associate Professor of Physics A.B., 1vI.s. A .'-z 1 P Cl 'sf ANDREW MACNAIRN SOULE sm an rofessor of IFIIII ry B.S.A., SC.D., F.R.S.A., LL.D., D.AGR., DR.HONORIS CAUSA C,U,CHILE nl WOOTEN T. SUMMERFORD President of the Georgia State College of B-5- PHAR- Agriculture and the Meclzanic Arts Instructor in Pharmacy EDWARD PORTER SOULE MRS. G. S. SUTTON B.S. KLA. Radio Marzager Critic Teacher SQ ii.. LAHE E Eeli I if f -- 5 M 23 E "E A 923 5 , N I I I llllLisl '.'1-Q KV j f X i mf I- I , ' '11 A if-+A U ' ' 51. f Milf .36. I - .i Jfllsh I Y , 'I ' I , , , , .N X , -R .Jn wx xx , I I If IIQRDQ IARFJ 'f I J ' -pf ,Lg-' '-'Af' fgilf .- gt Is -,sQsIA.I fgfffIfP'1', W R A-.fr ' "',ix2yj A A o---A H: Q ,jd , N ,ss 4 , W 'S-I N I' S fr '- f T 1 4 X x s ,ri J A Jr L v , J A by ,AL fsipy 4 bg 51 i ' if ilf?'g' ' Cxhfn, M "4'IJf"'i 4 . X ,, U K, W X I 1 X if X 1 9 elk 15 4, 'fl X .X h I P I I V ff X ik I l J J 1 ' GLENN WALLACE SUTTON R.S., A.M. Associate Professor of Finance PAUL TABOR B.S.A., M.S. Professor of Agronomy, in Charge of Farm Crops JAMES RALPH THAXTON A.E., A.M. Associate Professor of Romance Languages JOHN lX4lNTON TINKER B.S.F. Associate Professor of Forestry CLARENCE DONNELL TURNER A.B., A.M. Instructor in Sociology TIMOTHY ALOYIUS TWOMEY PH.B. Instructor in Physical Education for llleng Assistant in Football and Basketball CAROLYN VANCE A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of English ROOSEVELT PRUYN WALKER A.B., A.M. Professor of English JOSEPH COACHMAN WARDLAW A.B., A.M. Director of University Extension WALTER PRESTON WARREN A.B., LL.B. Assistant Registrar JOHN TAYLOR WHEELER B.S.A., M.S., PH.D. Professor of Rural Education WILLIAM P. WHITE Baseball Coach THOMAS HILLYER WHITEHEAD B.S., M.A., PH.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry CECIL NORTON XVILDER B.S.A., M.S.A. Professor of Agricultural Chemistry A , . I In 1 V W,,3"x ,,,-- -:QR 'ETB he T' T. H. XIVHITEIIEAD R. C. XVILSUN C. J. XXVOOFTER XV. H. NVRIGIITON FLORENCE YUCNG BIAE ZEIULER DUCHESS WILLIANIS Assistant to Registrar JAMES HUNTER WILSON B.S.A. .Associate Professor of Rural Education ROBERT CU M MING WILSON PH.C.. Professor of Pharmacy anrl Hlateria flledica and Dean of the School of Pharmacy THOMAS JACKSON WOOFTER A.M., PH.D., LL.D. Dean Emeritus, Peabody School of Education WILLIABI HAZER WRICHTON A.B., A.M., D.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy FLORENCE YOUNG A.B., A.M. Associate Professor of Eflucation MAE ZEIGLER A.B., A.M. Associate Professor of Education S - if A A xi I I 5 A sl fi X'hPrii?': . ,..I . LO! QR' wig -A Ei. 'XJ ilwlasx C52 Jfflxffqf' my IQ q QM EMIS 'es ,ff If efei I I if l N , L 9 il I RA A All -Kiki, ' ' ' 1. I HEi1Ii ,37. I In eibffemoriam N MRS. MAGGIE LAMBDIN November 2, 1870-January 9, 1933 9 ANDREA MEADOWS November 12, 1912-Rlarcb 30, 1933 9 GEORGE W. JOINER, JR. April 28, 1915-Deeember 5, 1932 Q LOUIS S. BROOKE, JR. December 15, 1913-December 17, 1932 Q JULIAN MADISON TRIPPE july 2, 191-1---Nlay 1-1-, 1933 .38. Fl2ESl-IMEN ENTER ot attraction as school opens are raw, selt - conscious, ill- at- ease treshmen. Under Freshman Week regulations they pre- cede the upperclassmen a tull week, try to orientate themselves betore returning upper- classmen look them over, cooly put them in their places. I929 saw treshman hazing abolished at the University. Not since then have clipped heads ot miserable "rats" dotted the campus. Student leaders, steeped in traditions ot cor- poral discipline, at tirst condemned loss ot the privilege as disruptive ot school spirit, claimed new treshmen were "in the school but not ot it." Each succeeding treshman class at one time or another has met the accusation ot lacking that most necessary, most precious ot possessions properly belonging to treshmen -Georgia spirit. Most violent accusations ot conduct traitor- ous to Georgiatradition, Georgia spirit, were hurled at '33's Freshmen, class ot '36, as un- , -",, I ---,, - .. V ye,-5 Q .af j 'K ' - - -3, , 'TW' , , - A' f -f'- 'tk' - . SS. 'ff xg 1 fm L -f wgff' ' P, ff 0- ff fa, Y, 1-ggi. J g, 1 Q NF 5 if W' sf r ' "' Rr 'N yy 4, s , 1 ,. sim w W 5 Agifgif' 5 it PSM 2 ff , 1 r V: i fifty 'Vf' ,g,3a ' ff Kiki' ,. iff ' .nf M-I ji j-if -uw. . ,fx-r W- hp ! ,' , . ,., ., y ,,,, , ,,.,,., .Q-sig v ..,,- ,'s4m..iA..,. -1: ..-sg. . , M wx G - . -, ,w wg... -f,,. ev' , -r 11, " it-V -gui-iff rw 552 f -1 -fr-fa: ' :fi-f 'fuss 'NFS 4' .Q-.-'E-Lf-pr. 'N . ' 51-gr ff: g E .'i - sg " y- Q, gif .iff 4 " ,L A ,iid ur, , 35? 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' V ' , v'SSfigt?,gi" - -gm ' f - fs' . , 1 isggqf ' ' - fy -s. ., -f .- , Q" f e',41.4g is " Q' f -' W aa, , . . dw.-,f. - r Si - - - , .,,vgigQrjy,3..- .cs , i' , 95 ,aww 9 5 si j sr' ff-a-i 5 A ' fl f : ,Ari H f f vt r tr, i f li ' 6 ' "- H " 'f' 1'5" xii, G i I lsl' i Z .I . g w ife, - ,V 5, '11, ' --4 . Lv,-j,..,, X-,if lvigtihq-JH up ,LT .V ,,, -.za-ff'7-:ef 'p,.5 ., b T Q- 2 , 34 y w f -as ffxffbsr-.1 g .- ' 'FM sf- 1 L, ' l ruttled ot spirit the class inditterently met charges ot indolence, insolence, inditterence. Chagrined upperclassmen saw vitriolic con- demnation draw but tew sparks ot tire, tormed a vigilance committee, composed ot ten up- perclassmen to apply pressure, planned to meet in secret, all members wearing masks to prevent identitication. Freshmen were to be tried, punished tor such crimes as walking under arch, retusing to wear treshman caps, etc. Unexpected was the statewide news- paper condemnation. Quiet was the result- ing dissolution betore a single meeting. General opinion sobered by months ot retro- spect tinally concluded that atter all they were not such a bad lot, once accepted into tull tellowship, admitted they might not be en- tirely hopeless. 'Pim wGAnJJl. . 39 . Y V! I -. ' . ' Il Kxri ,YR xl," Q, If -1C"x' I ,fy j,-7. 'Gwj A mi 0 . ,J , ,191-,fa X 1 ,44 I I J Flflfvy X9 W . mmm., ,qv ,I 7 My M V, I w 1, L. Y-.gg R- ' Il -LVL.: ':Yi!jR , 4 ri 14 ff I J. Vi Ayuda V' 1' J-I'-'AFI 7' I . :fr 'Q ll! ' LJ Q 'K' I f , il 'K W, Xl ivllj llirll 'Il' I3 sing K, ' Lf" ' f Wx ' I wld. l l 'J-I KY ll- PI Yiwu ' G INK 1. Ill 492 XI I t XJ JJ Ki, ef -4 I f- 'J ly 'J frfiif' '-J" Qjwfeslmmcm Glass Qfficers Cgmnklin Qollege and Qollege of Qlgricultwre HARRY BAXTER . . . President NVINBURN ROGERS . . . I'ife-President FRANK V.-XUGHAN . Sefrvtrzry-Trenszzrer I N Gollege of Education W LAURA KIRKLAND .... President ANNIE LAURIE SHELLHOUSE Vive-Presidwzt VVILLIE VVARREN .... Treasurer LoLA DowIS . . Sfrrfffzry WILL JOE ABBOTT . . . Summerville LOUIS ABRAMSKY . . . . New York GUSTAVUS A. ADAMS, JR. . . . Franklin " AGNES ADERHOLD . . . . Eastanolle JEANETTE ALEXANDER . . Pendergrass MARGARET ALEXANDER . . . . Albany JAMES CARLUE ALGER . . Keyport, N. Y. ALICE ANGEL ALLEN . . . . Decatur BONA ALLEN, Ill . . . . . Buford Q FRANCES ALLEN . . . . . Lavonia OLIVER PARK ALLEN . . VVinterhaven, Fla. LUCY ALLGooD . . . . . Scottdale JAMES LEWIS ALSTON . . . . Atlanta CARoI.YNE ANDERSON .... Starrsville CAREY BAXTER ANIJREXX', JR. . . . Perry LAURA ANDREXY'S ...... Americus RJATHEW LELAND ANDREWS . . NVatkinSville KLATTE R. ARMSTRONG, JR. .... Atlanta J. T. ARNETT .... Midland City, Ala. CLINTON ALEC ASHFORD ..... Athens RUBY JEWEL ASHLEY . . Bluffton RUBY ASHWORTH . . Ranger W. Y. ATKINSON, JR. . . Newnan J ALICE AYER ..... . Canon I WILLIAM M.ARION AYERS . . Toccoa J , -f N- -A '1 gif. I , . J I, , N in FD K 'fi ST :FJ '. A Ti .3 .. :A V , il ffl I L .-91. if fIl.",ltjQL5!'lEr? .. yi if wjregexrt. j fir X , J A - A ,C N r. 3 ,.iY f - ii-TQ fllfkb Kg tl 1 Z if J X 1 Ll , QQ! ku . I l li N if ft ' x , l f' ' it ,-L ,B E, Fw A l A Il - ,+ A - Bl. w, ll gill .40. , I I .I .. ,. A ft , A., III I xl, X I, I iA"j,Klx,I II I I'II'M' III I if 7 .II I l S-, 4 -K, . A, ,- , ,,,, ,I,I ff' I , I W , Y IA JA, INK xl ,Iliff ,lfyfll QY,IJI'q'iI M J B H111 lm Il fl! fly l , l . If iff HHH -A HHH A qreshmen ELIZABETH BACON . . . HUGH MILLER BAGLEY . CORNELIA BAGNVELL . CLOVIS BAIRD .... HENRY MCGOWAN BAKER CLAUDE STEWART BALDWIN lRAlJELLE BARFIELD . . WILLIAM H. BARFIELD . CLIFFORD W. BARNES . SAMUEL HEARD BARNETT LAWRENCE AI,TN1AN BARON HARRY STEVENS BAXTER . BXIURIEL BARROW . . . KATHERINE BASS . . . JULIAN FITZSIMMONS BAXTER MARY BEACHMAN . SUSIE BEACHMAN . EVELVN BEATTY . . OSCAR JEROME BEAVERS . IRENE BECKWITH . . LEONORA BELCHER . GEORGE BELL .... ROSCOE rIiHOMAS BEMRRY . ADDIE LOUISE BENTLEY . VIRGINIA BERRY . . . . . Baconton . Atlanta . Hartwell . Texas . Grithn . Albany . Louisville . Louisville . Comer . Tifton New York, Y. . . . Ashburn . Savannah . Carrollton . . Atlanta . Colbert . Colbert . llflaysville . Manchester . Abbeville, S. C. Starrsville . . . Sardis . Hawkinsville . Augusta Hutchins ,I s . ,.1, V, New .J f f lE fi 2 2 1 A N wg 4 'A .I ' f'-'-'iwii ll'LIJff:,i. gr! ,?:.!L4 X- V TL.-f -1' 'XI fl. Y fu lf! l , ,R 1 5 !x.1l !'s 'sl ' wffxr 'Q""'hT""' 41 ' ' 1 f . J' ' ' 4 . l ' if 4 1 1 55 EALYLBE-,L E, , , M 'Q' CHARLES DAN BICKERS . GEORGE NIEREIJITII BISHOP JULIUS BISHOP . . . DAMERON BLACK, JR. TALNIADGE BLACK . WALTER SIDNEY BLACK, JR LEWIS BLACKSHEAR . . VIRGINIA BLACKXVELI. . ELIZABETH BLANCHARD . LUCILLE BLOODWORTH . JOHN BOND .... ALBERTA NIATHEWS BOOTH JOHN DAN BOWDEN, JR. SUE BOXVEN .... NEVVTON BOWERS . . . JOHN SHOLARS BRADBURY JOHN DANIEL BRADLEY . NIARY BRADLEY . . . FRANK BERNARD BRAGG . VIVIAN BRANCH . . CATHERINE BRAND . . JOHN COFFEE BRASWELI. . FANNIE BREXYSTER . . CHAS. P. BRICHTWELL, JR. CHRISTINE BRIM . . . I!! I Savannah . Athens . Athens . Atlanta . Atlanta rI'homaston Greenville . Farrar Lexington . llacon . Toccoa . Athens . Atlanta LaFayette . Athens . Athens Glennville . Adrian Savannah . Bishop . Athens . Athens Cedartown . Athens . Sasser If Iks '4 4 irxxrt K X XX it E M 5 lj fl X , X If X Q 8 lil If I I W N1 , ll I X I fy' , f 1 W I 4 , X' J ' K l N2 Y U l V V Y YV ' ,xx if IX, 9- I-Ye 4514 5 -..C ,ai-f.sl1?Qf' ,Q I Ll Nl. Xi 5' ,. TKT? iff l GL 1, f I fp NL: fffyifu Cl-ily! NIARY L. CARTER . . Jefferson CAROLYN CARSON . . Savannah EVELYN CASON ...... Cedartown EUGENE CAVENDER .... . Newnan ORVILLE BENJAMIN CAWTHON . . Atlanta f"""5N my . 3 . KWQ Are! .QWQHL WCW55' 3 MQ a t f - Cycle .TIL 1' T ilk'--,lljiiiflkj N .QI ' why MA rdf: -T' H' -' : Qfreshmen HENRY CLAY BROOKS .... Washington CORALIE BROVVN . . . Perry DOROTHY BROWN . . . Martin JENNIE SUE BROWN . . Lavonia ROBERT J. BROWN . . . . Burwell THOMAS CLAYTON BROWN . . Griffin ATHEA BULLOCH . . . . Dallas JOHN R. BUICE .... . Buford TRUMAN VANCE BULLOCH . . . Hull DUNCAN BURNETT, JR. . . . Athens ARTHUR DAVID BURNS, JR. . Glennville HOWARD L. BURNS . . . . Atlanta H. M. BURNS . . . Gainesville JACK BURNS . . . Carrollton THOMAS CARY BUTTS . . Thomaston DANIEL MADISON BYRD . . . Atlanta JOE BYRD ..... . Watkinsville MERLE CALHOUN . . . . . Unadilla DAISY CAMPBELL .... . Ben Hill LORAINE MONTEZ CAMPBELL . . Athens ASA W. CANDLER . . . . . Atlanta HAROLD CANTOR .... Brooklyn, N. Y. HENRY HOWARD CARLAN . . Commerce CORNELIA CARLTON . . . . Union Point MABEL CARROL . . Atlanta I EARLYN CENTER . . . . Athens ROBERT M. CHAMBERS . . Atlanta CAROLYNE E. CHANDLER . Athens JAMES CLEVELAND . . . Gloster AGNES CLINKSCALES . . East Point BERYL COKER .... . . Cordele HELEN MOORE COLBERT . . Danielsville ETHEL COLE ..... Powder Springs FRANK HARRIS COLLEY . . . . Athens JOSEPHINE COLLIER . . . Fitzgerald RALPH COLBERT COLLIER . Colbert HELEN COLLINS . . . . Ellaville JOHN T. CONGER, JR. . . . . Penfield EDGAR J. COOK . . . New York City SARA COOK . . . . llfladras LORENE COOKSEY . . . . Athens W JOHN A. COPELAND, JR. . Atlanta YY J f LLEWELYN CORDELL . . Hartwell JOEL HARDY CORNWELL . . Monticello LAWRENCE JOSEPH COSTA . Athens I tw .fvle MD Y expr.. A-I , it if' . '72, A..te Je . Y M so opp ,ga . ii. W2 I I 4 fi ft f' l I, xx ffl l l JJ V i ,I KR?-F ,fl 5453 ' ' I Q Ulfiii-Il . 42 . .,, . 1 A lreix Ain, gt, lj eC.I ,q'ffIf13CfIf5fQQVl1 I I9 IH, M. f .iatfpt .iti I X! il YQ Cgvesllmen MARGARET COSTA .... . Athens MARY WILL CROCKETT . . Atlanta JAMES D. CROMER, JR. . . Atlanta SAM HERSHEL CROWE . . Bogart OPAL CRUTCHFIELD . . Round Oak HENRY EUGENE CULPEPPER . . Athens MARY FRANCES CUNDY . . . Atlanta EDITH DANIEL . . . . . Woodland EDWIN DALLIS ..... Thomaston ELAINE MABELLE DAVIDSON . . Atlanta BONNIE DAVIS . . Buford DORIS IRENE DAVIS . . Macon DORSEY DAVIS, JR. . . Athens EDNA DAVIS .... . Tula JOHN CURLEY DAVIS . . Clayton MIRIAM DAVIS . . . Athens WILLOUISE DENKINS . . Ashburn INEZ EMILY DIXON . . Savannah WILLIS PICKENS DOBBS . Barnesville LULA VIRGINIA DOBBS . . Athens H. B. DODD . . . . Menlo JAMES B. DOLVIN, JR. . . Siloam ELSIE JANE DORNBLATT . . . Atlanta LOLA DOWIS ...... . Burdal WILLIAM REED DOWNER . Highcoal, W. Va. X . 1,5 fwli' if li I, V 'YK ' ., il, W !ml , . , , IL'-IV, AI., A A fl ffl N -R l I ., ,.,,. . J Y .1 , f-I , 14 wa I III JA ,f HAZEL DOZIER . . . EDWARD HAROLD DRAKE . MORRIS DRURY .... HENRY ALLISON DUNLAP . MERCER L. DUNN, JR. . BON M. DURHAM, JR. . OTIS LEE DURHAIW . VERNIE A. EDWARDS . GRACE ECHOLS . . MARIE ECHOLS . . JOHN FRAZlER EIDSON . LUTHER FRARY ELROD, JR. KATHLEEN ELLIOTT . . MARY ESTES ..... MARY ELIZABETH ETHERIDGE KATHERINE EVANS . . ELDRED WALTON EXLEY . ROSALYN FARGASON . . . ll it . Coleman Philomath Waynesville Winterville Williamsori Commerce Sale City . Athens . Athens . Atlanta . Atlanta . Jefferson . Atlanta LaGrange . Atlanta . Macon . . Clyo . Atlanta MARTHA FIELIS . . Jackson Heights, N. Y. DOROTHY FINE ...... Savannah HELEN DOROTHY FIROR ..... Athens HAROLD FIRSTENBERG . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. JAMES B. FISHER . . . Harrisville, W. Va. JAMES E. FLEMING ..... Matthews JOHN JAMES FLYNT, JR. . . Griffin fe A A A f N A . XR., 'X 1 ,rv-U A w,,,1X J +7 ,I . ' 3:54, Jim f M . .t . I I Il, ,N 'TQYFQIM 'ffJi'yII.fa.. A I. ,Vw .1-,X Eilfqxflybii J J .HAH V ff I f 4,43 ,' Q A ,175 gint.: I lfnlkihl f"5'e Cgreshmen ALFRED ALONZO FORREST . . Athens ROBERT BRIDGES FORT . . . Hamilton BELVA FONVLER . . . . Bogart JAMES MADISON FOWLER . . Marietta NIAUDE FRAKER . . . Chatsworth DORIS FRANKLIN . . . Elberton wr HAL FULENVVILDER, JR. . . Savannah in GEORGE E. GARRARD . Washington CHARLES E. GATES . . Columbus EVELYN GARRELL . . Statham DAMON GAUSE . . Jefferson G GLAIJYS GELHAM . Tallapoosa FRANCES GEORGE . . Oxford GEORGE W. GIBSON . Waynesville THOINIAS H. GIBSON . . Atlanta BARNEY GILMORE . . . Blackshear NINA MAE GINN . . . Athens EFFIE CLAIRE GNANN . . Stillwell CARLOS GOMEZ .... Jacksonville, Fla. , AMBROSE POWERS GOODSON . . . Franklin JOHN A. GRAHAM . . . Savannah PAUL A. GREEN . . . . . Clayton "' "' PRENTICE S. GREEN . . Westboro, Mass. RUTH GREEN . . . . Lawrenceville S. R. GREENBLATT, JR. . . . Atlanta HELEN GREENE . . . Columbus SHELBY B. GREENE . . . . . Atlanta ALEXANIDER GREENFIELD . . Brooklyn, Y. FRANK R. GREEK ....... Buford FLORENCE LOUISE GRETHE . Newtonville, Mass. MARTHA GRIFFITH . . . . Fayetteville lVlIRIAM ELAINE GRIFFETH . . Athens VONOEIL GRIFFIN .... . Athens DOUGLAS GRIMES .... . Athens MARTHA ELIZABETH GROVES . . Comer C lVlARY GULLETT . Columbus JOSEPH HACKEL . . Darien PHIL HADAWAY . . . LaGrange GEORGE E. HAIJDEN . . Avera MARY SUE HALE . . Athens GILES GREGORY HALL . . Augusta RACHEL BARR HAMBY . . Smyrna MARION HAMMOND . . , Savannah LOIS HAIWRICK ...... Cedartown WILLIAM HORACE HANCOCK . . Bishop JOHN HENRY HARDEN . Osierfield QREN HALI. HARDEN . . . . . . CHARLES RALPH HARDIN . . . Appling THOMAS C. HARDINIAN, III . Commerce ELIZABETH HARGROVE . . . Athens 14AL-ALIAAA IE J. ., ,I fi fy ifgefigwuq ff' fl A , Z H., I r I Ql'iU"vR -if Q f f T A gm! Fifiual. uw , , ,X I X tif. rf N ' I. fi I ,C ' ' - - KR, 1 - . vw? T1. ff ?I1,' ickxrlf' ,ff f ' i if l':' ' lug! fl I 1 Wil ip X. ' A ity If lv I H Awami? at ' f N Xl A fl 2 ' Q X 5 - l TH""Q1i mfffxfi lm ,W ffllg W' l A ws Y J 2.73 A I, fA,.1i724l 'I ,I A It N .-llllvgl OZLUFJ fllgfxglv X7 KT I fl I I W I ' ' Y 'it L. V X 'fill' V X Ill, H Cgreshmen ALEXANDER W. HARRIS . . . . Athens PHILIP R. HARRIS . .... Screven ROBERT HARRIS .... . Neptune, N. J. JAMES EDWARD HARRISON, JR. . . Thomson JOHN M. HARRISON, JR. . DELLMA HART . HARRY HASKIN . . SARA FRANCES HAWKES . VALNERE HAWTHORNE . GEORGE H. HEIDLER . EMIL HEIPERTZ, JR. . ROY BRUCE HENDERSON . EDWARD DOUGLAS HENRICK J. W. HENRY, JR. . . . PEGGY HENRY . . ROBERT L. HERIOT . HENRY HERRING, JR. . . ROBERT NEWELL HERZOG . CHARLES A. HIGHT . J. D. HILLEY . . RALPH HILLIS . KATE HINDERSON . EARL J. HINES . . . ETTA MARION HINTON . HAROLD HIRSCH, JR. . . Atlanta . Athens . Macon . . Athens . Thomasville . . . Athens . Elizabeth, . . Adairsville . . Atlanta . . . .Athens Los Angeles, Calif. . . Savannah . . . Rockmart . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Rome . Atlanta . . Girard . . . Athens . Wauchula, Fla. . . . Dacula . Atlanta Uyfl-l.' I , 3' . Y I Y . . 1 ' -f ,Jr -X . 71 ,L 4. IQPH ELIZABETH HITTER . . Lawrenceville J THOMAS H. HOLBROOK . . Commerce l WILLIAM A. HOI.LAND . . . Dalton JEFF F. HOLLIS . . . Savannah ANNIE LEE HOOD . . Nacoochee lXfIATTIE LEE HOOVER . . Wrightsville THOMAS S. HORNE . . Metcalfe LLOYD W. HOUGH . . Savannah FISAYLOR E. HOYNES . . Savannah WILLIAM STINNIE HUFF . Bogart HOWARD W. HUGHS . . Newnan CTIRSON HULL . . . . Conyers HELEN HUNT . . Cedartown GEORGE HUNTER . . . Athens REESE INMAN . Atlanta FLORENCE B. IRVINE . . . . Albany DAVID IVEY . . . Avondale Estates JOHN RAY IVEY, JR. . . . Savannah RICHARD BLANTON IVEY . . Atlanta ANTOINETTE JACKSON . . McDonough DOROTHY JACKSON . . Lavonia JOHN D. JACKSON . . Augusta MILDRED JACKSON . . . Carrollton AGNES WATKINS JARNIGAN . . . Athens RTILDRED JARRELE . . . . Round Oak ,:iQf,gg'11g f-T Db A H. C ' A ljyf it-,iq .I -Q! ff WE f A I I A al l'II - - all w. llirll . I JR 7,3 I K K-. If we 1' ' 1 A 0 0 -I 3499 U dia iff , I W HQ' ,I'f,f?fliQXQ5liQi'QL,i J! Wi Egg! h 'lf N 'Milf-5'Rh,f:j,a S319 L, , , -I ,ig-F ' IM' W1 We ' A it " J 9 Ci gt I fig- l I lr I:flIf?J S R rf HI' " A "'X I 'I 'T 9 I M- i "II", 7, I' 33 ,Y lie .leases I' M kill.. ' f A lk .l..l45 J liaflflfiin 9e""T EDWIN T. KNIGHT . . FLORENCE KNIGHT . FRANKIE VIRGINIA KOPE HULDA ESTELLE KRAMP NATHANIEL KRUNIBEIN lVIARTHA LABOON . KATHERINE LAIL . FLORENCE LANDERS . EDGAR LAMAR LANE . A. C. LATIMER . CECIL LAWRENCE . GENETTE LAWTON . ELLA LEvI . . . A. C. LINDSEY . . FRANK P. LINDSEY . SUSAN ELIZABETH LINDSEY . CHARLES CARGILL LINDSLEY . . ELEANOR LITTLE . . . ELIZABETH LIVSEY . COLMAN LOPATIN . . . . Atlanta Social Circle . Atlanta . Bainbridge Washington . Athens . Flovilla . Elberton . Millen . Atlanta . LaFayette . Savannah Montezuma Waco, Texas . . Griffin . . Jasper . Atlanta . . . Carnesville Logansville . New Haven, Conn. Ciffreshmen LILLIAN JAY ...... . Smyrna AUGUSTA JENKINS . . . Hull FELIX BOYD JOHNSON . . . Atlanta FRANK JOHNSON . . . . Rockford, Ill. GLENN EDVVARD JOHNSON . . Savannah NELL BOLLING JOHNSON . . . Athens CHARLES LAWRENCE JOHNSTON . . Canton GEORGE W. JOINER, JR. JOHN H. JONES . . TH ELMA ALGERA JONES GEORGE L. JORDAN . MARY EVELYN JORDAN . . . . .Athens . . Duluth, Minn. . . Lumber City . . Talbotton . . Vienna SAM W. KANE . . . Atlanta NORMAN KAPLAN . . Savannah S. M. KELLAM . . Dublin MARY KELLER . . COBERN KELLEY . . LAWRENCE B. KELLY . ' G MARY KEY . . . JEAN ALTHEA KILIAN DOROTHY M. KIBIBRELL . Junction City . . . . Atlanta . . . . Savannah reen Cove Springs, Fla. . . . . .Atlanta . . . Athens MAE DOBBS KINCAID . . Marietta NAOMI ALICE KIREO . . Bainbridge LAURA KIRKLAND . . Homerville ARTHUR M. KNIGHT . . Waycross ROY WILKINS LOVELACE . Thomson MARTHA LOWREY . . . Dawson MARCUS LYNCH . . . Griffin FRANCES LYONS . . Yatesville ELLEN DEXTER MADDOX . . Rome le 1 'Q' ,IC5 , , ,f. ,' ., wi! ,I -fr 5 "ff, J ?"'ET'Thf if T M I. I A :' KEY I I I are S ff I it Si If ,gg vga, I l 4 If 51 'rmffifie X, Vt!! l - - . 1 R fl: . 46 . .LX lv., , nl l 1 if 1 Xcffnllvjli- Mx i l , E FF? Uff I WON hav 6 E .I - QQ, 59 Wx Pixy I,ffU:g,W,,I ,IJ , I f 1 WZ 4 J J J XIX J I A, 1 'I Mir O. A ' "I I ' I Cfflreshmcn A A EVAN K. MAJOR ..... . Atlanta DORIS MALONE . . Atlanta ROY W. MANN . . LaGrange JACK D. MARABLE .... Watkinsville JOSEPH WELDON MARCHBANKS . Gainesville CHARLES B. MARTIN . . . Avon Park, Fla. CHESTER WILLIAM MARTIN . . . Atlanta FRANCES MARTIN . . . . Carlton SARA FRANCES MARTIN . . . . Macon ROBERT BOGAN MARTIN, Ill . . Shellman LEONARD WESLEY MASSEY . . Nicholson JAMES BOYD MATTHEWS . . Tallapoosa JAMES HAROLD MATTHEWS . . Elberton WILLIE CLYDE MATTHEWS . . . Athens ELIZABETH JANE MATTOX . . Elberton JOHN VIVIAN MAXW'ELL . . Augusta LINTON MAXXVELL . . Talbotton MARY MAXWELL . . . Cairo JOSEPH RALPH MAY . . Atlanta ELLEN MAYNARD . . Winder ROSA WALKER MAYNE . . Athens ALBERT MAZO . . . . Savannah CHARLES MEADERS . . Toccoa JACK MEADERS . . . . Maysville ALFRED IVERSON MEANS . . Athens , DODGE D. MENTZER . . . Atlanta JANE ADAMS MILLER . , . Rome ' JACKSON CLEO MILLER . . Douglasville JAMES HOKE MILLER . . . Martin L. D. MILLER . . . . Atlanta MAGDALENE MILLER . . Winterville ANN MINK . . . . . Midville L GUYTON MITCHELL ..I. Thomasville , I. S. MITCHELL .... . . Atlanta WILLIAM DOUGLAS MITCHEL . . Columbus DOROTHY MONTGOMERY .... Commerce MARTHA DRUCILLA MONTGOBIERY . Warrenton GEORGE WALTON MOORE, JR. . . Gainesville I VALMORE MOPPER ....,. Savannah 1 JESSE JACK MORGAN . . Albertville, Ala. JACK CARLTON MORRIS . . Atlanta A JOHN MORRIS, III .... . Atlanta WILLIAM FRANKLIN MORRIS . . Maysville DORSEY DEAN MORRISON . . Winterville JOHN HOLT MOYE . . . Columbus ' VIRGINIA MULLINS . . Durand IDA MYERS ..... . Hartwell I HARRY MOSES MCALLISTER . . Rochelle ' MARTHA SUE MCBATH . , Carnesville 4 VIVIAN MCCORD . . . . LaFayette E i,.,:?, NP i A - r I X AQW ,ff 'T ff ,if fa, gg5?f33 MIREAI -. :- f ffl.-fIS1U42l .gig A - MJ J JH J-.jr , P35 Gb Z 6 NX X U l Q Xia X-Q fe A A, I ll BI. faT.c 47- fx: C ,- if I f 0 - . - 1. ll? ll .47. L V,- WA I I., it Nia, q fy A lx N I I. X1 IM I, fi, ,J , I f-If 1 iii I J, .I fill -M,"ff1i4Kyiv yi if is X Aj!! rail! XJIX X14 KL!! ,',sl-,YI ik Lf It fr' Q! ie -.L-A If fffifm Cfiv. Q, is.14rgg??'f7 tiei I A f1 lar!-ll I rl xl xi ,ii Cir-V ugh! ,RU V, 4, , -, C. ' 'QA Y il" If 'P 5sf'f:ifL, f K - .I 1 HQQJIRIJ Cgreshmen JOHN OLIVER RCICCRARY, JR. . . . Royston FLOYD lNEWTON NICCURLEY . . Elberton FRANCES MCDONALD . . Fitzgerald LILLIAN lh'qCDONALD . . Varnee DIARY MCDONALD . . Commerce RIARY MCGARRAH . . Athens ANN RICCEARRY .... . . Atlanta JOHN THONIAS lxf'ICKNIGHT .... Toccoa . . St. Simons IS. EDWIN ANDERSON MCKOY NEIL Y. lVIClh'.lILLAN . . Winter Garden, Fla. ROBERT JOHN NICNEILL, JR. . . . Tignall CLARENCE NALLEY, JR. . . . Gainesville RUTH GPHELIA NANCE . . . Burdal MARVIN M. NATHAN . . . Ocilla RAE NEAL .... . College Park FREDERICK NEVELS. . . . Sale City ANNA TRAMMELL NEWTON . . Madison JAMES WILLIS lNEVVTON . . . Forsyth DAVID BASCOM NICHOLSON, JR. . . Athens AIARY ELIZABETH NIX . . . . Athens VIRGINIA NORTON . . Newton JEWEL NOWELL .... . Macon WALTER BRANHAM OAKES . . Atlanta JAMES LORENGO OLIVER . . . . Cairo GEORGE TRACY OLN1STEAD, JR. . . Savannah ELLEN O,NEAL . . . Macon JAMES HAROLD ORR . . Buford CLIFFORD EDGE OWEN . . Ellijay ' RIARGARET OZRURN . Marhen WILL BARTON PARHAM . . Watkinsville FRANKLIN DORSEY PARKER Fairhurn JAMES OSCAR PARKER . . Fairburn 5. ELLA PARKS ..... Newnan HOWARD PICKENS PARKS . Newnan LOUISE PASSOLT . . . Newnan i GUS GEORGE PATELIDAS . . Darien FRANK WINERED PATTERSON . Covington , WILLIAM AUSTIN PEAVY, JR .... Byron RALPH EVANS PENNINGTON . MattheWs CHARLES DAVID PERINI . Framingham, Mass. JOSEPH ALEXANDER PERKINS . Savannah EINIIVIA OLA PERRY . . . . Bethlehem CHARLES ALLEN PERRYMAN . Athens ROMAH RUTH PERSELLS . . Athens BLANCH PHILLIPS . . . Athens MARY PHILLIPS . . . . Athens LAURA ANN PHINIZY . . . Athens ,, DOROTHY LEE PITTARD . . Waynesboro v MARILOU PITTS . . Lithia Springs JOHN WILLIAN1 POOL . . . Jasper J .J Y MJ+L-11-A I A KN ip-A , eff- eb P is f l 5 f KK NJ A I QV NS Q9 A ff I I Gr me A ' I I I ff ,7 ff , ,I u f -T 511i,Fg f I fem 5 - - 51. uieilf .48. 'Bib sw V' 'UI ,"' I Q VT ' ,fi r ' Ill' " 1 fl , . , ,L ,O I. v , , L. G' ffl! ,3 l J l 15 . , Y, 1' fl,-'el' QI? ,'f,fQ IH iles 'IVV W, If f I ,P f if ff li I if ff" A I " ' 4 f1r....EQ-nff. been Lee--ee ' V L fli Jleu .. - Af . I W "M Cgfreshmen HORACE B. POWELI ,... . Hartu ell DORIS PRINCE .... . Damascus HOWELL HARRIS PROTHRO . . . Grillin DOROTHY PUCKETT . . . Fort Gaines FRANK GORDON RABB, JR. . . . Athens MAX RADUTZRY . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. CLIFFORD JONES RAMBO . . . . Edison ALICE RAY .... . Norwood JACK B. RAY . . . . Norwood JOHN ROBERTSON RAY . . Monroe SARAH REDFERN . . . . Albany ARTHUR B. REYNOLDS, JR. . . . Cairo PRESTON REYNOLDS . . . . Athens RALPH LANIER RHODES . Union Point CHARLOTTE LEE RICHARD . . Atlanta MARION RIODON .... . Jellerson RALPH VAN KEUSAN RIGHTON . Savannah RUTH BIURRAY ROBERTS . . . Atlanta HELEN ROBERTSON . . . Columbus PAUL WAY'NE ROBERTSON . . Athens ELIZABETH NIARIAN ROBINSON . Savannah AUGUSTLTS LEE ROGERS . . . Elberton A WINBURN r1.RAPNELL ROGERS . Milledgeville ANDREYN' lVIILLER Ross, JR. . . Brunswick ROBERT HARRISON ROUX, JR. . . Savannah ARTHUR RUBOVITZ . . Brooklyn, N. Y. NELLIE PETERS RUCKER . . . Athens RAMON CARTER SANDERS . Atlanta SARA FRANCES SANDERS . . Bluffton CAMIXIIE SUE SCARBOROCGH . . Comer FISHOINIAS GOODWIN SCOTT . . Forsyth "' JACR B. SEALY . . . .... Atlanta JOYCE SEAIXIAN . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. ELIZABETH SETTLE . .... Athens SARAH SETTLE . . Lawrenceville EVELYN SHAW' ...... . Hampton CHARLES A. SHELDON, III . . Atlanta ANNIE LAURIE SHELLHOUSE . . Athens ALLEN DALE SHI ...... . Macon CLINTON FELDER SHINGLER, JR. . . Ashburn RUBY SHIPLEY . Auburn BILLY BOB SIMS . . .... Colbert lXIILTON SKOLNICK . New Haven, Conn. LUCILLE SLADE . . . College Park NIYRTLE SLADE . . hleansville SARAH SLATE . . Columbus SARA SLATON . . . Jackson AMY SLOCUM . . .... Macon JOSEPH T. SLOCUM . . Owenton, Ky. FRANCES SMITH . . . Elberton , JQi.L..Q3il.-J ,-, at em fi W ESJQQ-JJ WM .5-X V5 Lf, 2.9 'Ii -e 2 L4 N ki , 25 ifwzfgefiaieyf-5 ffm U Q9 ee .KPN i I l lf? U F V7 P N I I J Iii' , ,. ff lJ'gL-ji 1 ' gli lrx JV ,'-3 J,-'..H, I IW' I I J", .Y K0,1f'4l R I I I .I I L ff I I 'il , Wiki! KE!! .y I Fix -.ifxwi I4 JW A152 lx, I. If . I I , 4 V ,7 A , to tymiwi, , 1, . I .L ffl ,L --71.121, -1, f . ' I ,P X., j, X Fl in , Jf 1. WT I I ww Lan, V ,Lx SARA LAVONIA STOREY . . Waverly Hall BILL STRUDELL ....... LaGrange JAMES LAWRENCE STUDDARD .... Amity 'lifjig l ,iff 'fra'-fir? f' WO L fl ft Il mir, 1 ,J MXIQFIN ,JM M Mig'ii'vlfi fi lfljllll flllllflfgli-Qg'gL xx !'.'ArlI.L.'g-. x.,P- -1? f 'Z I I Qireshmen HART WYLIE SMITH ...... Athens JAMES FRANCIS SMITH . . Atlanta M.ARY SMITH ..... Covington VIRGIL NORTHROP SMITH . . Macon PAUL SMITH . . . . Danielsville PAULINE SMITH . . . . Comer 'FULLIE LOWE SMITH . Covington VIRGINIA SMITH .... Crawford CHARLES M. SMOAI4, JR. . . Grifhn GEORGE C. SPENCE . . . Atlanta NIILDRED SPENCE . . ..... Camilla GEORGE H. SPENCER . . Daytona Beach, Fla. JESSE ARTHUR SPIER . . . Westwood, N. J. MARTHA FRANCES STANTON .... Atlanta MINNIE POPE ST. CLAIRE . Brownwood, Texas AUDREY STEED .... . Lincolnton CHARLOT LOUISE STEIN . . . Atlanta C. P. STEPHENS . . . . Thomaston LEWIS A. STEPHENS . . Atlanta RUBY STEPHENSON . . .... Lavonia HENRY GRVILLE STEYVART . Lumberton, Miss. JOHN WILLIAM STEWART ..... Athens WILLIAM OSWALD STEWART . Lumberton, Miss. JEWELL MCLAIN STONE ..... Calhoun MARTHA STONE . . . . Carrollton KURT HENRY SUNDSTROM . Elizabeth, N. MELVIN SUTRER . . . . . Savannah SARAH JANE SUTTLES . . Atlanta DOROTHY SXNANN . . . Covington LAMAR SWIFT .... . . . Atlanta PHILIP SAMUEL CIQATE . Marion, N. C. FRANCES TAYLOR . . . . . Duluth CLYDE TEASLEY, JR. . . Elberton MILDRED TEASLEY . . . . . Athens JANIE TELFORD ..... . Cleveland THOMAS WILSON TELFORD . Maysville KARL THAXTON .... , . Griffin MARY VIRGINIA THOMAS . . . College Park CLEVELAND THOMPSON . . . . . Millen LUCILE THOMPSON . . . . Ellaville THOMAS MANN THOMPSON . Athens ELMORE CALLAWAY THRASH . . Douglas M. E. THRELKELD . . Colbert SARA TICKNOR . . . Athens DOROTHY TIPPETT . . . . Athens IDA HOLT TOUCHSTONE . Williamson RENA TRAVIS .... . Savannah L S' S f fP Q I.-wi twin If -af? S . f rr'-Ira . fm F - tv AS ra if ffl ZKTXXZN h I L Wm I X 5 llfiijli 0 we l li Hr. , ff 1 J ' V N 1 'll I ,L oil FY W' if ' . J fTfl'Q5!-if f' W' l P il. ,+I 1. Q,-sp if .LA Mr! Ui f7,4.!1 Cy! J , , X4 YN ,F-,I'IMQ1' lgfli llfif ll ij if Xml -AH-A-A--A fr' YJ M,f.,,QA Cfflreshmen JAMES BOTHWELL TRAYLOR .... Augusta CHARLIE VAN TREADAWAY . . Thomaston JULIA TRIBBLE .... . . Conyers LOUISE TURK . . . Athens JOHN H. TURNER, . . McDonough LULA TURNER . . . . Newnan EDITH BELLE TYSON . . Statesboro HAZEL UNDERWOOD . . Brownwood HARRY C. VAIDEN ....... Augusta SYLVESTER LASALLE VAINE Middletown, Conn. FRANK V. VAUGHAN . . . Atlanta JOHN HAZEL VAUGHAN . . . Athens CURTIS VEAL .... . Milledgeville THELMA VEAL . . . Atlanta DOROTHY VERNER . . Commerce JULES VICTOR, JR. . . . Savannah C. GORDON WAONER .... Corona, N. Y. HENRY STARK WAGNON . . Bostwiclc ALLEN RUSSELL WALKER . Shellman ELEANOR WALKER . . . . Grif-lin NATHANIEL PIERCE WALKER . Milledgeville JANIE WALTHALL .... . Moreland ROBERT WARD . FLORENCE WARE . EDWIN WARREN . . Elberton . . Royston . Dewy Rose 'lV.y,ii'. . I iff. fri " 1 . - . .W . I ,I 1 Y I l 0 -ll X I 3- 'J , xi -V " - I, wig I 4 A 1 x V Il' I M Il tl ' 593 Tl 1 4 .' ,f I RY .X Q I HAROLD JUDSON WARREN . . Dewy Rose WILLIE WARREN ........ Perry WINTON WILLIAM WARREN .... Jakin DONALD WATEREURY . . Whitesboro, N. Y. RALPH CORLEY WATSON .... Moultrie GARTH L. WEBB . . . . . Ray City HOWELL TUCKER WEEKS . . Trenton, Fla. JULIUS DE JOUGHN WEILL .... Atlanta JACK WEINSTEIN .... Brooklyn, N. Y. MARTHA WESTBROOK . . . Carnesville , WILLIAM K. WHEELER . Warrenton 1 WARD WHELCHEL .... . Douglas FRANCIS ARTHUR WHITAKER . . Baxley J MARY WHITE ...... . Athens JENKINS COMER WHITEHEAD . . Athens LENA WHITEMAN . . . . Atlanta JAMES ROGER WHITLEY . . Dacula ' JAMES H. WHITTEN .... . Atlanta HENRY BREWSTER WICKERSHAM Washington CARLOS WILBANKS .... Clarkesville MILDRED WILENSKY . . Savannah BURCH WILCOX . . . . McRae ' DOROTHY WILLIAlN1S . . . Watkinsville EMILE WILLIAMS . . . Crawfordsville EVELYN WILLIAMS . . . . Cordele A .ai I 5 Aaer .J - ' f.f?eggiisfF1 e..i ' Nikislixlfa . I Q! 'QQ' NFL? eeeee F J j 5,5 TQ Q lf? 9 Z I ISA ,fi Or A X f I If . 1 fi fl I I P flu S I Zi ' 3. 5, lwlfi..l lr 'A l J ffl' VQJ liiijgfilis If A' 'SSJM' Will f 4, it in A 1' m l Q ax, S If- ll CCW 'CQ ",' , , . V 3A1'W,,Fd 4,.CjlJX1v,.sl ri I i tif If 9 I-I A lqlflxx fQ.41fX MO I Qcrrim f R, ., ,k iq ' f ilugff fyi ll l, +R 'I 5, X T41-.il WU fl? A ,L W ,L ,L 'ol li gl 'CKILQ f ,Lf 'll' nil-Ylyffglxlvg jf f If l LQ . RH ' CK, I ,lf j fr 'Pwwlllw X 'Tfi1"fjljf7g , A I fy - ai , Nfl il - :wi ima. Cilgggrje-' r Hs bl i Ev f llptm QUQA Li I r , . A QMIL J !1bHLgL:fg1b5f3, Cglreshmen GEORGE S. WILLIAMS . . . . Athens I MAE PEARL WILLIAMS . . Covington A MAGGIE WII,l.IAh1S . . Stockton NIARGARET WILLIAMS . . Statesboro MYRTLE WILLIABIS . . Bogart REBA WILLIAINIS . . . . Cohutta HAROLD WILLINGHAM . . Marietta PAULINE WILLINI4 . . Sanford, Fla. GRACE WILSON . . . . Athens I H. LEON WILSON . . Bolton BEN WINIBERLY .... . Atlanta WILEY BURGE WISDOBI, JR. . . Chipley FRANCES WINTHROW' . . . . Ellijay BEATRICE WOOD . . . . Commerce JACK BENJAMIN WOODS . . Athens HAROLD V. WRIGHT . . . Winterville WILLIAM E. WYNENS . . Hillsboro LOUISE WYNN . . . . Newnan SARA FRANCES YARBOROL'Gl-i . . Commerce J. H. YOUNG ..... Shady Dale LOUISE YOUNG . . . . Lilburn NORW'00D R. YOUNG . Angier, N. C. JOHN WHITE Yow . . . Athens RUTH Yow . . . Martin 4.1 NC f . L , C O ft.. . It -ff' .PW ' l . afl T I ' D M 425 v M If iii A - xt A . I ff if I l wb f fr ROV X 6. J fl 'M ' U CHQ ' 5. Ulm l , 52 . PUBLICATICDNS 5 , . .,-- .K. , ,f"f f gf .- . 'Wy 'lc f , . '1 . WS-N 1 WV if ' ' " 1 ,. :NY "-' V 3 1 vii' , 1 - 3 I ssl.. 'Yi-A ff: 1, 1, .,f.e'g it NN X A 'fi ir . .f if E 'QV Q:- . l . il, '.', ' V - A lf as ,, "' -:-- j ,:'f"5 X T . Trl' is til' A. + fy 1-l--rv , fl AA., ...I '-gg 5, 1v,A. y .. P . 4 A - A r M ll + ' . if X6 , S ll I 3. "p.,-gan-- ff QQ! :ji lb. , A ' A A ,gfiaf f ug A.-in ' l ' - X T it qui T iixlxfy M , glpsii mfg . il! f 1 Q fs. "fM?zfff.+.,f. 2 ff., 41 - t . .ll p X 1 .ir NCLUDED among the early arrivals at the University each tall are editors, business man- agers, associates ot student publications. l-larried, hard-working, they begin their work as school opens, continue with tew interrup- tions throughout the year. This year, required as part ot the registration, a picture ot every student in the University was taken tor the PANDORA at the opening ot school. Thus, tor the tirst time, a picture ot every student appears in the I933 PAN- DORA. Reprints ot these pictures were used by the Athletic Association tor athletic cards, by E. A. Lowe, Director ot Personnel and Pub- licity, tor press purposes. The merger into one unit ot the University ot Georgia 84 Georgia State Teachers College was complete in respect to newspapers, year- books ot both schools. The weelcly news ot G. S. T. C. tormerly in its own "Reflex" now appeared in the "Red and Black." Ditticulty ot collecting news stories from the new Col- lege ot Education ot interest to readers on both campuses troubled editors, hampered coverage, caused comments. The Georgia Agriculturist, a magazine pub- , 1 , I I 'v lished monthly by the men's Agricultural Club, Women's l-lomecon Club, is ot par- ticular interest to students ot Agriculture, deals specitically with their activities, gen- erally with statewide problems ot agriculture. Selected last spring betore the merger had gone into ettect, the statt ot the "Crystal," old G. S. T. C.'s yearboolc, worked with the PANDGRA statt to compile the I933 PAN- DGRA. Pictures, activities, organizations ot students ot the new College ot Education ap- pear side by side with those ot Franklin Col- lege, College ot Agriculture. Paid tor in ac- tivities tee as a part ot tuition, copies ot PANDORA, "Red and Black" are distributed to all members ot student body. Certain enterprising individuals, lamenting lack ot a humorous publication did much tallcing, spread rumors ot reviving the detunct, supposedly humorous, once obscene, "Geor- gia Cracl4er." No active steps were ever talcen, ettorts died under administrative dis- approval. . +' r i 1 - A . .fi -f:W,i.1'f:' if Yll fi' ii l Q il l Lili l 'Ll ui" ,, , n,o,.,g .,figi2sf.s.. XGA ff- HQ Sl " 'R H N i A-Jiffy S21 but ,P ik .aa il H ,ff-n vVTfll,,iQid, fffv vi if X f 'e fri, ,1 74, A' 1' X Y . "" 'r u ,' V 142A .M 5 ,i sagem' 'f i ll Hifi' fl fwiliiiir Ella I 'hi " ilk lilligl, M imi A ' Cljandora Staff FREDERIC SOLOMON ....... Editor-in-Clzief HUGH PARK . . . . . . Junior Editor fSportsj NATHAN WOLFE, JR. . . Junior Editor fflrgarzizatiozzsj RANDOLPH THIGPEN . . . Junior Editor fpersonneij EVANS DAVIS . . . . Ju1ziorBusiness fllzzzzager lVIAURICE STEINBERG . . Ju11iorBusinessfllanager JOSEPH THOMAS . . funiorBusiness.7l'far111gt'r H. M. HECKMAN . . . . Faculty ddtfisor The task of preparing three hundred and fifty pages of more or less interesting material is far from slight, no matter what view is taken of the matter. Without the aid of many helpers it would have been literally impossible. To Harold Martin must go most of the credit for helping develop the three feature sections. His many hours of tireless labor were largely responsible for putting these sections into their final shape. Frank Hawkins also made many valuable FREDERIC SQLOAIOIXT contributions here, and helped tremendously in Working out the Editor-ill-Clzicf final general Idea- Junior Editors Nathan Wolfe, Randolph Thigpen and Hugh Park all Worked long, willingly, and well. Besides their other duties, each turned in at least rough drafts for the introductory page copy of the sections of which he had charge. Nathan, in charge of organizations, commandeered the sophomores to help him get fraternity and club rolls, thus distributed the work and gave valuable training to the underclassmen. He saw that the job was well done, and carried on nobly alone when Ye Editor was weighted down with Law exams at mid year. Randolph, in charge of personnel, had the mad-sized task of classifying all students and faculty according to their proper class, and also the added job of rounding up Senior Writeups, those almost inaccessible stories of individual Senior achievement. Randolph similarly used Sophomore assistance and turned in a good job. Hugh, in charge of sports, had a more individualistic job. His place it Was to attend to photo- graphing of athletes and writing of sports copy. Between Red and Black activities and rather steady courting he managed to get in all his copy, and photograph the athletes in fine fashion. Business Klanager "Tim" Cope gave thorough co-operation and many times saved the day by hurried trips to the Normal school to get late copy. IN PICTURE FRoM Toi, - LEFT T0 RIGHT - First row: Wolfe, Park, Thigpen, Davis, Steinberg. Svroziti 1'o'tt'.' Thomas, l-ieckman. 1 1 4 has uw' 'W' lf s ifi3p..aV1.,!ll fi l S Q- W W g g S :fi " fi 'L L J ' l "" "T i , xl rv In Y I ll' , lhlddje, 54 C. llxffiih l l Nw My Q Kg. Q y Vvf I J lf N, ' , U .V .QQ M .E . , K li 3. We Mft, 1 1 ,fi , -J mf f, 1 KM". X V , 'i ' '4 o ,fm . '. Ah- ' -r, .1 if "W ' 1 , ft' -' 'Y,'1'IfJ ,fl If ,wwe -il' 1' 1 ,I '-.-Dry 1 fi' - fl -:fray if il I llfil ff vllwi fi ,X A N47 X, I , , Q X L f Ti!! ,, film,-P. 4.4.3 lf. . X y . x I l Glu , p 4 - IH., I , y fn' ffl? -. -A-' ' K 1 A 'WH It I - LV ' .Hifi ,L O -- 5.1 -' flpandora .Staff GEORGI3 D, COPE . . Business fllanagvr HARoLD 1VlARTlN . Fmfure IV:-ifer FRANK HAWRINS . .... Feafurr l'fYrilw' LUIS D1LI,ARD ..... Collegfz' of Ifillllfflffflll Editor lVlARTHA HCJl,'l' . Coffefe of Erlllmiifnz Bllsirieu AIIIIIIIQFI' nw , . . . . . I HELENA JOUBERT . Coflegfe of lizlzlmtifnz Jsszstzzzzf ltzlitor ETTA NIAC 1X'lAY . . College of Ezllfmlion Club Editor Sophomores Tom Dozier and Bill Buchanan did splendid work, but later in the year dropped out under the pressure of other activities. Doug Hereford was a rock of reliability throughout the year. He and capable, energetic Jasper Dorsey did especially good work during the second quarter. Bill Hub- bard Was another stalwart sophomore, thoroughly dependable and energetic. Tom Cordell and Claude Green served well when Georgia .lgrirulfurist activity or inability to type did not interfere. Nlax Nlichael and L. Benton busied themselves mostly with PANDORA business affairs fwith varying reports I, H . Q s I ,,,,, il-.oRt.l4. ll. Lori-. from lyfanager Lopel, but Michael pitched in and did a bit . of editorial work in the pinches. lylary Tregone often was busy correcting her own mistakes, but worked willingly and accomplished much. College of Education Editor Lois Dillard was the connecting link with that campus and did ex- cellent work in helping to merge old G. S. T. Cfs Crystal with 1933 PAN1JoRA. Ably aiding her with ads and Ed. College copy were llflartha Holt, Helena Joubert, and Etta Nlac Klay. Faculty Advisor Harold Heckman attended to the financial details and supplied his years of PANDORA experience to smooth out many intricate problems. He gave PANDoRA his careful attention and his advice was always beneficial. Walt Dargan of Wrigley' Engraving Co. was always helpful,-striving at all times to arrange things just as we wanted them. Earl Sanders of Foote Sc Davies was indispensable with his knowledge of printing' and John Long of Foote Sl Davies was literally the main-spring of the undertaking. Almost entirely to Johnny must go the credit for inspiring and co-operating in the effort Csuccessful or notl to make 1933 PANDORA not only a good book, but a truly different one. Now that this last line of copy is being written, there comes a profound feeling of relief. VVe hope 1933 PANDORA is worth whileg we hope those coming up will follow with even better books: but now there is one idea in mind: "Ht was a great game, but Heavens, 1'm glad it's over!" FREDERIC SoLox1oN lil!5lIIt'.YX .lltllltl-Lft'l' IN PICTURE FRoM Toi' - LEFT TU RIGHT - First roto: Martin, Hawkins, Dillard, Holt, Jouliert. Second row: May. f f f 1 1 Y 'ea- QN.. 4 X A A, . mx . mtg" W' ii. 2 . - .fftfsel esefsf is 3 XF1 l A P-O ' iffiffi .eff ii' 5-if f is fr Efete 1211145522 TPA 1 f fi XX as Q' 1' 2171359 A 3, E f 'H 9 ' 13? 211 Qi Z 1 gf AQ, ,Q 31115-ifixl ifffl 4 eff is 'J Qs j' ,Q X ix 1 y Q ,ff in TT cd 1 I X ffl if ' - vt, Q 51 , ifxf ig .55. .1, f X six. 4- , ,J tr, X, wx fvigr ' D jfjkl 'X I A -i .R Q ,.j3-In ,fifth iwiiv. , , . L A I .ip I fo? Mali.. Ii' T, I. I Y lilffll I' yi Ll ,l Y . , 0,45 All if Om. Of' - ff- Y 's1Jl,,j-f? il 'I 'il E if i Ik 'Y fi gf bjvlili V I' yi' l l W X TU I ,-m Qizffi lr F: ff I , f I I, f .7 -1' ,' I E Inj ,- I f -C In IZ .lflllf4Qf5,,.5,E -92,325 -LT I' I f film 'gif-5,1 S H Mil. I f.f.Ip"1 1--lfffivw ALBERT GRAY SMITH Editor First Half Yvilr Rfporters: TOM DOZIER, HARRY HABI- RICK, J. B. VVHELCHEL, LUELLE TVTIT- CHELL, ELIZABETH TTRIMBLE, HUGH PARK, ROBERT DAVIS, JAMES H. COBB, JR., JAMES BROWN, WILLIAM BUCHANAN, ALTHEA HAMMOND, ELIZABETH CAMP, FRANCES STANTON, MARGARIET WIL- LIAIVIS, DOROTHY GREENE, R. B. NEFF, NIORGAN GOODHART, NIILDRED JAIVIESON. Cffiihe KIQCI and iBlac:lc The zueekly newspaper of the University. FIRST TERM ALBERT G. SMITH Editor-in-Chief CHARLES REYNOLDS illarzzzging Editor FRANK HAWKINS ,Jssoriate Editor F. T. BROWN Jssofiatf' Editor TVIARJORIE MITCHELL Jssofiate Editor ELIZABETH NIANGI-IAM Uyonzarfs Editor BUSTER WILLIAMS Sports Editor COMPTON O, BAKER Business fllatzagfr' FRANK LEE Iissistant Business MONHgfFl' ALBERT PACE Circulation Manager IN PICTURE FROM THI' - LEFT TO RIGHT - First ro-rv: Baker, Hawkins, Brown, Mitchell, M., Lee. Scvoud Row: Higgins, Pace, Mitchell, L., Goodhart. 1 1 1 ? - W Vi L -A T I El -L'-I f E fl IFIELIIII .56. .-..1-.-,-f- ,QR I 17? ,I f ,- N4 Q .55 -,J . 1 ,F fx 'f 'I Tlx VV A 47,11 Rf, Q13 464 :J ,Il J I , LQJQK HQ? I, I Qiiw-YY-'dr - , I.-AHJ..Qf.-.,,fA15 -+f.4ffRJ J' 5 'wig .xg , Q L vy .JI -L! Mtg I V4 IJ ll, .J7,1?,AiQ VJYVYWNIV 'V 12' Wiwilj' i K LH , F Ti' F J Y 1 , Y' 7 -f-A' 'T24QTl.'..1L1Nf,!h " ' ' Z' "TT" V Y - KW XX' to-J ' 'WMI' H ,W J -, .1 L. J Af Iii C-f' 5.1 ' C5116 Rd and iBlack SECOND TERM CHARLES REYNOLDS Ezlitor-in-Clzirf NV. B. VVILLIAMS Alllllllgillg' Editor I'3I.IZABIZ'l'H NIANGILIXNI .l.s'5Oz'i11t1' Editor HUGH PARK Jsxorirztz' Editor NIARY LOUISE HILL I'1.V.S'0l'iIlff' Editor T'ZI.IZABIiTH CITRINIBLIZ IXIYOIIIIHIIS Editor BILL RAY Sports Editor COMPTON D. BAKER Bzzsizlesx .fwarzagcfr FRANK LEE J.vsi.s'tar1t Bzzsilzfxvs fllzzzzager LEWIS HIGGINS Cirfulation flffazzager IN PICTURE FROM TOI' - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Willia1TIS, Park, Manglmm, Hill, Trimble, Sfcozzd row: Ray, Cobb, Davis, Hzxrgrave. CIi.XRl.ES REYNOLIIS lfdftr11'.S'I'4'o11d fluff VCI11' Spatial l1yl't1'EI'X : FRANK H.-XWKINS, JAMES COBB, ROBERT DAVIS, RIORGAN GOOD- HART, RUSSELL HARGRAVE, LUELLE BIIT- CHELL, F. T. BROWN. Reporters: TOM DOzIER, I':LIZABE'l'H CAMP, WILLIAM BUCHANAN, J. XV. COMER, INEZ NIORGAN, ALTHEA HAM- MAN, DOROTHY GREENE, NIILDRED JAME- SON, TYIARY NIYERS, JACK FLYNT, LEE ROGERS, E. NV. CJLIVER, JR., ROBERT CYIQELLEY, J. B. VVHISLCHEI.. 1 Y Y ,. ,,- .. . .. A I fi J Z N i my WJZF JEL I Q ,III ff T492-A+-H+ f f J I A 0 515632 Q - ' xr , riff .57. i AA L J", I , VCT-Ti. A fx -if lf , IC .fa - 43 wow H ,, 1 A L'-1-A T fm mia wie., Ak XEXQL .3 Su sm? I , I I Q . 'Imjj'-7 , A HIV, , P- A-STG A Y I xiii' I fl ,ill - ifjyiiilfnsw I! Til' N fi-S9130 six. ' - 'C ffl? ,Dx I A 1 jg, I IAA, 'plilzo ffl Q All f it P Peril- . 'tw I di, l I ll N A -C Cana ff' lf- lf ly i ml Xu is K Fil f S' 'lv 'WH i kill ii C l gi' RI"7if,l 'I " l,fii,lL 'T9f2 l .42 X-KIA v -?lg V 5 M" ll' xvdtls WW' ' 'E , l' .11 SI A " f fax AFA!-M 1' lil' 4" If 4' C6716 Georgia Qfllgriculturist Published monthly by the Agricultural and Honzecon Clubs of tlze Georgia State College of Agriculture. IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Jordan, Mitchell, Grogan, Cavender. Second row: Glazier, Daniel, Cobb, Ratcliff. 1 f 1 EDITORIAL STAFF BUSINESS STAFF CLARENCE L. JORDAN REUBEN H. GLAZIER Editor-in-Chief Business Manager J. C. MITCHELL RALPH B. DANIEL Associate Editor Associate Business Manager HAROLD L. GROGAN JIM F. COBB Associate Editor Associate Business Manager JOHN MERCER CAVENDER LOUISE RATCLIFF Assistant Editor Associate Business Manager eg ,M A l E PPs of -T . Is A EOM ,Lyla AQQQZNI , I H iii Qe U l ll L isa-5 ' LQ I I ll , llilll .58 . FIQATERNITIES GLLOWING the confusion of Freshman Week 84 registration, fraternities, sororities set- tle down to the apparently amusing, actually serious business of rushing. Fraternities still follow the fa- gy, miliar "lead pipe" system of 'L TY rushing, observe no restric- tions. Sororities, pros- pering with increased registration of women, begin rushing early in 'fi-.X 'Q ff. i ' Y x N 1 -I , the year, but this year Q ,dire-,jf pledged only upper- l ' r f "Vi T 3 -, W ,I f ,,, gan. X F! 2 rf fy, 1 T E in iii' plug i :sf . 'TN't'ni+itP - 'i 1 ,gif 'T f 4- , . oii A iiii T- s' .ff l lf X s 1 classmen before Christmas, for first time de- fer Pledging of freshmen until second quarter. Merger of Athens units of the University sys- tem, unfinished in other fields was complete here, allowing national sororities for the first time to rush and pledge girls on the campus of old G. S. T. C., now become the College of Education, by merger with the University's Peabody. Later in the year with rushing and initiation definitely in the background, the eighteen na- tional fraternities turn their attention to Pan- l-lellenic politics, favorite indoor sport of fu- l Lf ture politicians. The presidency of the Pan- l-lellenic Council, achieved by securing the votes of the majority of the two-man repre- sentations allotted each fraternity is generally considered one of the highest University hon- ors, carries much prestige. For the past sev- eral years the activities of the council and its president tended to disappear, have been al- most entirely confined to sponsoring dances at l-lome-Coming 8: Little Commencement. The I932-33 session was marked with talk of re-invigorating the council, bore signs of re- habilitation, ended with the organization in the beginning stages. The four national 84 two local sororities this year, welcomed to the campus another na- tional, Alpha Delta Pi. Like fraternities, the sororities are governed by a Pan-Hellenic council of their own. Unlike the fraternities, politics play no part in achieving its presi- dency, an office passed by rotation from so- rority to sorority hence less eagerly sought. .59. ,,..,R I. Refi A WA I x MP'-1 T3 VAN HM, 'Lf . XI . ..,, .QQEJ ,J l..,tL. i fi ,ZW 2-w ' XX fi 'J X I H ,flaw ,Afl,.lly!xifiK iflffjjfi I N figs Wiki, fi ' L J Ili I c,,s,i6,ig!' 'N f': x gifs I1 gf ' ,JI-I YI 9' I .., Pilffl ,tml I A Wi JJJMQCQ. if "l- XL: Q ,lf M Tam fgfellenic Ovmcil Rvprewzzlafizfe and gowfrzzizzg body of the NIFIIJS s0Ci11l fr11tI'r11ifies. The Counril also sponsors various sorial ariirilies. OFFICERS xVII.I.I.-XM M. HAZLEHURST . . . ..... .... P resident BERNARD VVIl.LI.fXNI FRANKLIN . . . . . I'ire-Presiflent LEROY XYOUNC . . . . . Secretary AIARION GASTON . . Treasurer IN PICTURE FROM TUI' - LI-ll4"I' TU RIGHT - Iiirst Row: Crenshaw, Hopper, Moore, McWhorter, Pound, Hawkins, Hazlehurst, Blackman. SUUKPIIIIII ro-zu: Sheffield, Stafford, Franklin, SCOtt, Hood, Pace, Cohh, Longino. Third Ifofv: Solomon, Hirsch, Ferris, Smith, Cody, Sullivan, Gaston, Thomas. Fuurflz row: .E1z,gcI, Brennan, Steine, M. H., Steine, D., Greene, Young, Schreiber, Cohn. Fifth row: Mercer, Stephens, Mitchell, Dale. 1 1 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON SIGMA NU LAMBDA CHI ALPHA NICCARTHY CRENSHAW CHARLES LACUNTE HOOD JAMES L. ENGEL THOMAS .I"IOI'I'ER ALBERT EUGENE PACE JOHN M. BRENNEN CHI PHI DELTA TAU DELTA TAU EPSILON PI VIRLYN BRANHAM MOORE JAMES H. CORD MOSES HARRY STEINE VASON MCWHORTER GEORGE F. LONGINO, III DAVID STIEINE KAPPA ALPHA PHI EPSILON PI PI KAPPA ALPHA WILLIAM STOKELEY POUND FREDERIC SOLOMON WOODROW W. GREENE FRANK NELSON H.XXN'KINS EMILE I. HIRSCH LEROY S. YOUNG PHI DELTA THETA CHI PSI ALPHA EPSILON PI WILLIAM M. I'IAZLliHL'RST FRANK EUGENE FERRIS SOL COHN WILEUR L. BLACKMAN MARION LEE SMITH JOE SCHREIBER SIGMA CHI KAPPA SIGMA ALPHA GAMMA RHO CLIFFORD C. SHEFFIELD EDVVIN L. CODY SANDERS G. MERCER DENEAN STAFFORD PINKNEY M. SULLIVAN RONALD D. STEPHENS ALPHA TAU OMEGA PI KAPPA PHI ALPHA LAMBDA TAU BERNARD VVILLIAM FRANKLIN CHARLES MAIQION GASTON GEORGE THURMOND IWIITCHELL EDWIN ANDREWS SCOTT JOSEPH HENRY TIIOMAS WILLIAM JACKSON DALE l "f'j'QfYlj X A ,z"i,"rEQ1Lf I-I J J ' ' QAM J' 'Q L J - - -X In 'Cx J .x gp... .,,ff Q Jlkx Z ji A , A Qx J In-iIvg6fi hilk II !Q XS., . QF ffl? QI N, 1 I I I I PM 0 2 iO9'fii-j-f- E3 X I I ,lf-X, iQ - I E.. -.-,F U Ulm l . 60 . lf x--, fa' ei' l f V fl I , Xwlw Yf?I7f"MlfliI:, C!! 1 1 1 ' I I 1. . , . I ,hwy ew 'jflff A, -I, f I I y -4 , 4 "'f1fjf f--Li f" I HHN l Z ' I A AV 'Y.5-P'r. CZQJoman'5 Tam fcyfellenic ovmcil Rz'jn'e.vz'11tr1li:'ff mul gor'f'r11ir1g body of tha 'ZC'0lllf'lI'j' sorizll flYlfl'l'l1ifIl'.V. OFFICICRS :AIARY WINsToN .. .... . . . ,llrfgjflmg KATHERINE ROGERS . . Swreiary IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: VVilliams, Wi1Iston, Fowler, Settle. Svrnud row: Rountree, Rogers, Roberts, Evans. Third row: Feldman, Harrls, McCalla. 1 PHI MU CHI OMEGA ALPHA SIGMA PHI KATHERINE VVILLIAMS BILLIE ROUNTREE IRENE FI-LLIJIIAN MARY WINSTON KIXTHERINE RCJLIERS :ANNETTE HARRIS ALPHA GAMMA DELTA KAPPA DELTA A ALPHA DELTA PI FRANCES FOWLER LOUISE RoIsERTs KATHERINE BICCALLA ELoIsE SETTLE NICIDOUGALD Ev.xNs EVHLYN SELLERS ' Igff, M, . - f X Fl A LV, 1 "1 ff' f l F lLl1faWl6QfAgf,H3gYLQ Iwi -f I Z f ff A ll"'mn'Jv'll A lff I, fi I fixir-xgr-I M5 LLH . ,O I I I M L -R I -A Q1 -L ' F' fi 05 - - Bl. 1 llfe, ll . 61 . I ,N A 'S' A - fy" , ff f, AJ ,L ,.Iq'f,jA,j,, i , . ,H .D T, , I. - -ea ,f A A. A PM LH A. "urge ' 4' NIJQJ If-' 5,11 1,71 Ll ii lflgml lllyk I, ri ,'.,,,V, I A T, ' Y F lfuf 'Y N Ii-f 'i fl-fi ffl 9,1 f 'I V ii i IQ i l i ,iw Vllifl X lfmgifgrfgk hx , 1, , I ff, 'W' A , , ----,l fl , ,Ojai LL ' Lg gj,Q,w,,LQL7' ll QLD it lf fKAi.igx. QI J Milli ,,fIf-:af-I.1fge-:BLS NlARl0N ALLEN, 5017110111078 - JAMES TALSTON, I:l'CS1ZllIl11I - - IQLATTE ARBISTRIIJNG, Soplzonzors- RICHMOND BARGE, Sojvlzonzorv JULIAN BAXTER, Frcslznzon - JOHN L. BEAVER, Senior. . NVILLIAM BLUN, Senior. . DAN BOVVDEN, Fruslznzan- - HUBERT BURNS, Frcslznzan. . BUCK CHAPMAN, Soplzonnwv ,Sigma eilllpha Epsilon Founded at the Uni1'ersity of ilia- bama in 1856. Georgia Beta Chapter was established nt the University of Georgia in 1865. IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - Fi:-.vt row: Allen, Alston, Armstrong, Barge, Baxter. Serond row: Beaver, Blnn, Bowden, Burns, Chapman. Tlzirci row: Colley, Crenshaw, Day, Dunlap, Flynt. Fourth row: Fort, Fowler, Gibson, Hopper, John- son. Fifth row: Jones, F., Jones, R., Latimer, Lokey, Maddox. Similz row! Mathews, Mitchell, E. CHAPTER ROLL . .Milledgeville - -.-. Atlanta . . Atlanta - - . Atlanta . . Atlanta - Gainesville - Savannah - - Atlanta - .Gainesville - - - -Wilider FRANK COLLEY,F7"L'Si1IllC11L -.-.- . - - - Washington MCCARTHY CRIINSHAW, Frcsli EARL DAY, I:7"CX1Z,'lltlJl Law- . nnm Law ---. Atlanta - - - - - - -Gainesville EMMETT MITCIIELL, Junior- - - JAMES G. IDUNLAP, Senior. . - Gainesville JOHN J. FLYNT, JR., F1'c.vlznzan . . . . .Griffin ALLEN FORT, Soplzonzore ---- MACIC FUVVLER, Fi'esl1nlc1n. - HEXRRIS GIBSON, Freslznzun . THOMAS HOI'I'ER, Junior. . GLENN JOHNSON, Freslznzan . - FAUTIS JONES, Junior - - - ROBERT JONES, funior - - . PETE LATIMER, Freslznzon . . - HAMILTON LOKEY, Senior Low VVILLIAM MADUOX, Junior. - . CHAPELLE MATTHEWS, Freslinzan Law- - - - -Thomasville . Americus . Marietta . Atlanta . .Dalton - - Savannah - . Canton - - Canton - Atlanta - Atlanta . - Rome . - Athens F , ' 4-,jill llliiif J' II ' I Il, f . Q -I ' VI , '- V . l -j I ,Ln -41 TT' J, II I . xg I ll Q, IMA? TPM ,i'y'TNiii1N,r!',!,Iff J ll I,'I'fCIf l iff KW i I i I If 7x , I" -',' ., , YEL., C -2 Ar' Y ' .JJ 4 Q Georgia fBeta Ghapter QFFICERS First Term MCC. CRENSHAXV . . 1fHll'IlL'l1fJIITIIUII NVM. BLUN . Iilllillfllf Defnffy .elrrlzrnz JoHN L. BEAVER . linzinvnf Rvvordvr EARL DAY . . . lfuzinvnt 7il't'US1H'l'l' Sefond Term VVILLI.-xIvI BLUN . . lillllillfllf .TIVUIIOII C. STONE . . Ellll-llCllfDL'Pllf.XY.'iI't'110lI M. TURNIPSIQED . . Emizzwzt Rcvorcivr EARL DAY , . . Ifnzimvzf T1't'l1SIlI'L'I IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT T0 RIIIHT - First I-mu: Mitchell, G., Morris, Jack, Morris, John, Mcalluffie, Nalley. .S't'l'0Ild row: Napier, Patton, Pierce, Ray, Rogers. Third row: Sheldon, Snelling, Sterne, Stone, Sullivan. Fourflz row: Swift, C., Swift, F., Tilhnan, Townsend, Turnipseed. Fifth row: Ven- tnlet, Vetter, Waddell, VVhitten, Wilkes. .S'i.1'flI row: NVillianIs, Yow. GUYTON MITCHELL, Frcslzmazz - JACK MORRIS, Sofvlzonzore- . JOHN MORRIS, Frcsfznzau . - P. C. MCDLYFFIE, Junior- - - CLARENCE NALI.EY, Frcslzllzazz - HAMILTON NAPIER, Sfnior Law CHARLES PATTON, Junior- - - LUDWELL PIERCE, Soplzouzorv - JOHN RAY, FI'6'.S'lZlllCl7l ---- LEE ROGERS, Freslzmazz ---- CHARLES SHELDON, Freslzuzan ROBERT SNELLING, Senior- - Y 1 1 I I N -l , 1, I ,, 4 f 4 , st., CHAPTER ROLL - Thomasville - - Athens - . Atlanta - .Atlanta - Gainesville - - - -Macon - - Norfolk, Va. Vicksburg, Miss. - - . . - Monroe - - Elberton - - Atlanta . . Athens AUGUSTLYS H. STERNE, Sophomore ------- Atlanta JACK Yow, Fresllmau - - - CHARLES SToNE, Senior. NV. VV. SULLIVAN, SFIIIIUI' - - - FRANK SNVIFT, 1:1't'.YfIlllUlI Loft' CLIFFORD SXVIFT, Jmzior ------ LAMARR TILLMAN, Fraslzuzazz !,411zv- - CARTER VTSOXVNSEND, fzuzior - - MARVIN TL7RNIl'SEl4ID, Sanfor- DAVID VENTLTLET, Senior - . TED VETTER, Soplzoiuorc - - SPENCER VVADDEI.L, Senior - - JIM WHITTEN, Frvslzmon - - VVILLIA M NVILKES, Sofilzozizorv ScoTT XIVILLIAMS, Junior - . . . . ...... Athens . . . .Atlanta Cleveland, Tenn. . - - -Atlanta - - Columbus , . Y3ld0SIEl - - Cartersville . . Albany . . . Albany -Miami, Fla. - - Columbus - . Atlanta . . Lincolnton - - Athens .x. , A - i f,. ,,--,N If . , --wf9n.""i'f."" 1-,.-,J-f' -4.1 ., .. . Y . . -. ,wa R V. 45 ' .,.,, . . ri, f -1.835 I, 'Q ,A A ' ,, ' ,Mis u' ',. 'I . -1, ' ' - X--an-1.2.4383-.'Z.L I ' N- ' -5.'- 'v .4' 1 I I in If 1795354 ,AN Q 'tfffh I. 1.32 -igIi,.'t.R tr M ,fix fl:-, J if Z Qxk, 42 ,J I I fitfg-3ieww91keytiitmt5 Ill all ISA ff' Q9 Hlwtffffat ' ,xx' C "W L7 'JIJ1' liflfl' -WF 'I WALL ' R IC? I Y-TCT fb' 5 ' ' V I I . "'l:'l'l' ff. rf W ' X , we I I Ill RRI A .XhANl',1--N' fn, iq ' f I " I Y Wk ,X ,X -I J .I fixlyxvyrw fy V 3 I ,VJ . 'I . C, 2- .L. ff N CC'-I yl !I.,IIIfI.L,, f XVII,I,I.xIxI SESSIONS ANDERSON, Svfzim- - CHARLES BRIGHTWELL, F1'CSlIl1llI1I . . AIADISUN BYRD, Frvslzzzzazz . ...... . SL'HL'YLI-:R VVHETHAAI CLARIQ, Jmzinr IAM, , ROY CULLIER, Senior .......... .ASBURY TATE CoNYERS, Fl'C'S!1lllL1ll Law. BEN JONES CONYERS, Senior ....... ARTHUR FoREM.xN IJISMUIQES, 'S-Cllifll' Lgit THOMAS Al.EXIXNIJEIi C. EVINS, Snplzmzmrt' CARLOS GOMEZ, 1:1'UJlIlllU1l. . , , J Glu Thi J Fozznzlezl at Irirzreton lJv1Ii7'6l'.S'ifj' in 1824. Em Clzaflter 10115 irzstfzlled at the LfIliZ'Fl'5if-1' of Georgia in 1867. IN I1IcTI'RE ERIIM Tor - LI-:FT TU RIGHT - Fzrxt rntu: Anderson, Briglitwell, Byrd, Clark. Second Vow: Collier, Conyers, A. T., Conyers, B. J., Evins. Third row: Gomez, Gregory, Hand, Hanson. Ftmrflz with' Herring, Hight, Horne, C., Horne, J. B. Fifth roto: Hoyt, Inman, johnson, Leathers. CHAPTER ROLL . Marietta . AtlIenS . Atlanta Roekmart . Atlanta - Atlanta . Atlanta Columbus - Atlanta - aeksonville, Fla. MILTON l.E.XTl-Il-IRS, Smzinr . . CLEBURNE EARL GRI2t:oRY, S0fP1l0lIlU7'L' HENRX' HARRISON HAND, Senior . . - HIRAM GARDINICR HIANSON, Svnioz' - - HENRH' H. HEIQRING, JR., FWJIIIIIIIII - CHARLES HILYHT, Frvslzmaiz . CARTER HOIQNE, Juzzim' --.-. JOHN B. HOIQNE, JR., Soplzouzarc- - - NV.-XDE CoTHR.xN HOYT, JR., Snplzouzorc RIZESE INMAN, Frvslzmazz -..--- BILLUPS PHINIZY JOHNSON, fzmiar. . . . . . . .Athcng La IU 1 1 . Decatur . Pelham - Smyrna Roclcmart - - Rome . Atlanta - Atlanta - . Rome . Atlanta . Athens S If . A lx I fglgafli nil l'f'f .4 lvl . Y- Vx, 1 JJ IVA- ' " , A Q ..fli1f . l I if f viilvl llfgljl I fl't,f1l,fXxllifA"il C-KL ' W I I- E' iw' f' '. ,, 7 , f+t.L--E Ir ff IIN lil . Q Eta Qlmapter OFFICERS VIRLYN B. MooRE . CII.xs. G. VVARNER . CLEIIURNE li. GREooRx' . . Tom XVILI.INGH.'XM . FREIJDIE P. Mll.I,Ell . . .-llplza . Baia Gllllllllcl Dalia Epsilon IN PIL'TL'RE I-'Rom Tor - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Manley, Martin, McCullough, McWhorter. Sermzd row: MCVVilliams, Miller, Mitchell, F. R., Mitchell, I. S. Third rotvp Moore, Perkinson, Rockwell, Shingler. Fourth row: Swift, Tison, Traylor, Vaughn. Fifth row: Wariier, Wlieeler, VVilling- 1 1 1 ham, Willecoff. fx 'J - fn . ' 1 f'-. -' , ll! 3 Avi ' . 1 I,.g. V 1 I l I f 1 I i N f 4 fym I CHAPTER RCLL DLTDLEX' lX'lAGRUDER, Frvslzmaiz - . . Rome REID VV. NIANLEY, Junior - - . Madison VVILLIAM MARTIN, FVCSJIIIZGII - - - - -Atlanta DAVID N. MCCLTLLOLTGH, Soplzonzurv- - .Atlanta VASE MCWHORTER, JR., Senior . . . Atlanta VVILLIAM G. MCVVILLIAMS, Junior . - . Rome FRED PANKNIN MII,l.ER, Sriiior - . - . Atlanta FRANK R. MITCHELL, Frr'.sl11iu111 Lau' - Atlanta I. S. NIITCHELL, Ill, Freslziizaiz - . - . -Atlanta VIRLYN B. MOORE, JR., Junior Law - . - Atlanta THOMAS GRAMLING PERKINSON, Junior- - Marietta f--. fy, ' Y . REL'E.I-:N LI'I'RIE Roi'I4wEI.I,, Junior. . CRUMER SIII,'I.ER, lfivsliiiuziz ---. . J CLINTON SIIINIILER, JR., Ifrviliiiuuz- l,.xM.xR SWIFT, Frvslznirziz -.-. . LAWTON MAY TISON, Junior . - BOTHWELI, TR.xYLoR, F1'L'.VlIllILlIl . FRANK V. VAVIQIIN, Jfwslziiiaiz - . - CHARLES JAQQIEIES XYARNER, Junior . XVILLIAINI XVIIEELER, l"1'rslz111an - - 'l'oAI VVILLINLLHAM, Senior Lan' - - . - JOSEPH LUSTRAT XVINECOFF, Suplmiiwrc . - -Augusta zieltsmirille, Fla. - . - Ashburn . .Atlanta - - Savannah . Augusta . Atlanta . . . Rome - . XYarrenton . Rome - - -Atlanta 1n-.---- 1 ,J K , V lv, , I ' lltllgg el 1,23 I gif la I mhlfkl 5 F115 -:M R- A .I-1 iffy me,2 f.i ,J If f ' at Q.I,f 'JJ' RSM A fifff5fQf3gff7T4' X A f A U All l 7 A f"'?H, A If w .+1I.1af.,ua' lf A. .LJ lp Ml wt In ' I M,IffllI..,E.ll.f f EDWIN GAILLARD ADAMS, Sofvlzomorv - XVARREN AIQIN, Frcslznzazz Law- - CLINTON A. ASHFORD, Frcslznzau - . JAMES ASKEW, F7'C.TfIIlllI1I ---... VVILLIAM Y. ATKINSON, JR., If1'f'5lz111a1z JOHN COOK BROWN, Jzmim' -.--.- BEN CAMP, Junior ........ ASA WARREN CANDLER, 1:I'CSfll1Ifl7L- SAMUEL EARL CARR, Senior . gr Kappa Q5-Zllpha ISOIIIIIIIEKI at Ufrzshington and Lee Uni- wrsity in 1865. Gamma Clzapter was aavtablislzed at the Uniwrsity of Geor- gia in 1868. IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First raw: Adams, Akin, Ashford, Askew. Second row: At- kinson, Brown, Camp, Candler. Third raw: Carr, Conyers, Crane, C., Crane, S. Faurflz row: Duckett, Fulenwicler, Glover, Hawkins. CHAPTER ROLL Greensboro Cartersville . - Athens - - Newnan - . -Newnan . -Athens - Fairburn - Atlanta . Augusta ABDA JOHNSON CONYERS, Senior . - CRAWFORD CRANE, Soplzomore- - SAMUEL CRANE, Soplzomore- - - - JAMES W. DUCIQETT, Post-Graduate HAL. FULENWIDER, JR., Senior - - - JOHN L. GLOVER, Freslmzan Law . FRANK N. HAWKINS, Senior- - - EDWARD M. HODGSON, Soplzomore - MORTON STRAHAN HODGSON, Senior - 1 1 . Athens . Athens ...- - -Athens Greenwood, S. C. - . - - Savannah . Newnan . -Macon - Athens - Athens 5:5 45 .Y In-Y 'Q L .-. 'QU' lfw fx in 451' ' E ' T- i O , s . .XA Q ., 3' A 4 X ,X 4 X41 Iffx 1 A i ' I twill 5 .X 'ff V . , ,.,! Il 1 I yI.-.h ' ,JL .,ll,ff'gfn ifw Kfja' B A f A L..-,T ff,fi,i any , f ' A C fl A I v A l ' L Y. ii x 7 . Ax , fx aifgggfkzff -A ' f- ' wh- , - X. Gamma Ghocptefr OFFICERS NVILLIAM STORE1.EY POUND , Prcsidcnt FRANK N. LIANVKINS . Vice-Pifesideni MORTON STRAHAN HODGSON . Scrretczry IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TU RIGHT - First row: Hodgson, E., Hodgson, M., Hodgson, R. H., Ivey. Svvond row: Lee, Little, Neighbors. Northcntt. Third row: O'Neal, Olnistead, Parks, Pound. Fonrfli roto: Righton, Roux, Spence, Stephens. Fifth row: Twitty. 1 1 PAUL HODGSON, Freslznzan. . . . . . . REGINALD HUTCHINS HODGSON, Sojvlzonzorc DUPREE HUNNICUTT, JR., Sophomore - - - JOHN RAY IVEY, JR., Freshnion- . JOHN FRANK LEE, JR., Junior --.. AUGUSTINE P. LITTLE, IR., Soplzonzore- - JOSEPH BRITTON NEIGHBIJIQS, Senior . JOHN R. NOR'fHC'UTT, JR., Soplzonmrv- . GEORGE TRACY OLMSTEAD, JR., Frvslzzizalz - 1 lf, of i . f1.- , , . f T 'J 'E' ' v----e.- 'ft xl A rf, 'N i, .V ,X Y ?1'1 il' F . 4 rf ' " .BPH ' Jr -X. f 'J BIRCH O,NE.XL, Soplzonzore ----- HOWARD PICKENS PARKS, Frcslznzan - - VVILLIAM STOKELEY POUND, Senior. - 1 CHAPTER ROLL . . . Athens . . - Athens . Athens Savannah JAMES - Royston RALPH Louisville RUBERT . , Mm-On GEORGE . Marietta ROBERT Savannah ROBERT RTCKS, Senior -----. RIGHTON, ITVCSIIIIIIZH ------ HARRISON Roux, JR., Frcslinznn CLELAND SPENCE, Frcslznzan- GRIER STEPHENs, JR., Soplzoiizorv Bainbridge - Newnan . Athens - Reynolds Savannah Savannah . Atlanta . . . .Atlanta VV, FFXVITTY, Frpylzinan Law - - Darlington, S. C. ..--4 ...+A-4-"a"""-'QHMBJFUCJAJ L 9 , :D .- 1 E? Fl if Lat as 'NH Q4 V45 .-1? j - H7554 -TS B3 ll? ,. aiilltgzioloffiewwkul I Nl Yklrrlx -law! IMA? 1.A1.Yr?!4!'rINi2y3:,'j1C., I .X Jo ,,L,fiWX' lifkflk llffx "!! Sk Q75 12:11 gytkfjf L- I ' t NWN 4- f S8 W gang. ,XA lk ESU 'll J - Xafggfhb 'E' tdgilh ' O fliik , ll E K O ?1,?r1Cg'f T- HX ,Jw Q A x' 'S v S7 x, fp KX I B kK'4 l hill Q- Thi fDelta CC5heta Founded at flliami U1zi1'ersil'y, Ux- forzl, Ohio, in 1848. 'Georgia Allplza Chapter was instrzllea' az' the Univer- sity of Georgia in 1871. IN PICTURE ERORI TOP - LIEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Baker, Bell, Blackman, Bowen, Brooke. Second row: Brooks, Brown, Carter, Dean, Dorsey. Third row: Dunlap, Durham, Fahrney, Hamilton, Hard- man. Fourth row: Hatcher, Hazlehurst, Hopkins, Howell, Jordan. Fifth ww: Killen. f 1 CHAPTER RGLL HENRY BAKER, F1'CS1ll1IlI11I - - -Griffin R. CRITTENIIEN BELL, JIZIIIUUV- . . - - Shellman XVILIEUR LEWIS BLACKMXN, Junior - - . Atlanta ROY ERNEST BOWEN, Sc11z'n1'- . . . -Emory LOUIS S. BROOKE, JR., Junior - - - Atlanta RORERT BROORS, Soplmzzzorc . . . Lexington TiliNIlRlC'K M. BRUXYN, Scninr - - Sharon CURTIS C. CARTER, SUf1fI0lII01'C . . . . Scott HAIvIMONI1 DE.XN, Sojvlzonzorc --.- - - Monroe JASPER NEXX'TON DORSEY, Sophonzmfc ----. Marietta EUGENE HIXWICINS KILLEN, Senior ROBEIQT' CLEVELAND DUNLAP, Senior . . . Macon BON M. DURHAM, Frcshnzan -.-. - - Commerce PHIL HARRIS FAHRNEY, Sophoznorc. . . Atlanta ELVIN B. HAMILTON, Sophonzorc - - - - . Athens TOM C. HARDMAN, IH, Freshnzan . - - Commerce HAL BASRIN HATcHER,VS0plz01no1fe . . - . Macon VVILLIAM M. HAZLEHURST, Senior . - - Macon HENRY ALEORD HOPIQINS, Sofvhonzore - . . Atlanta JOHN GROSS HOwELL, Sophomore. . . .Thomson L. COLLIER JORDAN, Senior .... . . Thomson .......M3C0n 'TI I I IA Q7 -'gi' 5 L ff "Q, Bffli lffl fi ji S. X ,-...W ,, I .I N sf O1 .I 'UTI no ...f.fiWiELq' f:fIfVV,p ff. xx hflil Qiflcili f 'fff'f-Nf H ' "fi lf I f. J! vs r fi ,U It X61 ,ix Q43 SHHH eflf-C X A -I1 'I IL' A Ivy, eorgia OFFICERS First Term NV. M. I'IA'ZI.EHURST . . R. C. IDUNLAP, JR. . K. M. BROWN . . S660 nfl Term VV. M. HAZLEHURST . JASI-ER N. DIJRSEH' . K. M. BROWN . IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT T0 R Lindsey, McAllister, Mentzer, Sfvnizd row: Patillo, Proctor, Qllpha Qhapter . Pl'L'SIlIL'llf S0I'1'vtcI1'y . I I'CUXZH'L'7" . Presidvrzt . S0c1'c1'a1'y . 7ll'Ct7S1lVUl' IGHT - First roto: Mitchell, Newton. Prothro, Puckett, Rambo. Third 1'0Ik'.' Richardson, Smith, E.. Smith, N., Solomon, Turner. Fozzrflz row VVaterbIIry, VVest, Wilcox. Fifi FRANK P. LINDSEY, JR., Freslzmau HARRY MCALLISTER, Frcslzman- - DODGE D. MENTZER, Frcslznzan . . BYRON MITCHELI., JR., Soplzomorc . J. WILLIS HEAD NEWTON, Frcslznzan EMORY PATILLO, Sofvhonmre .--. E. BLAIR PROCTOR, Senior .... HARRIS H. PROTHRO, Freslzuzanz - . JOHN ROBERT PUCKETT, Sophomore CLIFTON JONES RAMBO, Frcslmzan .' VinSon,VValker, II row: Wooteii. - - -Griffin . . Rochelle . . .Atlanta - - . Gainesville . . . . Forsyth - -Decatur . Atlanta - Griffin Blakely Edison , N- f,, , 'I 1 L ,M '4'f-y. in SKI. 4. EJ 'Ig ,f Ji , 'rhli 3 fri, 5 W Xj ' X MNA V, b I, A W, , I ' V N- Y I U 'j'f,t, kv ii! - p My f ...I 21-54, I J ly SX 1 dhmvlmwq- 4" 3-1 I CHAPTER ROLL CHARLES H. RICH.XIlDSON, JR., Soplzomorc ---. Macon ERNEST MARVIN SMITH,fZllZf01' Law- - - V. NORTHIQKJP SMITH, Frcslznzau ----- LINTON MONROE SOLOMON, JR., Soplzumorc BEN MILNIER TURNER, III, Sofvlzonzorv - - JOSEPH WILMER NIINSON, Senior . . . ALLEN VVALIQER, FVUSIZIIILIIZ ---- DONALD M. VVATERDURY, Frcslzzzzuu - - JOHN Q. WEST, JR., Soplzoiziorv - - BURCH WILCOX, Frcslznzan - . VVILLIAM E. WOOTEN, Junior Law- - - - - . Shelhnan McDonough . - . Macon . . . Macon . - Cordele - . Blakely - - Shellinan Utica, N. Y. . Thompson . . McRae . XV .-. , I ' ,X 4-4- I I I - . C.- Aff. ",. I I 'I . ' , - . N. I it A N rf, . ,-, , I. I, ,S , ,. ,, I ,--fi, .C .. H 1 . .X ,. . , Nl ' 21141. W . N - . fu! -rl'-i I 4:7 4' " 1' Y I 'fx' i D7 li 1 ik' HARRY S. AIIQEN, Fl'F,Y!1lllflIl Law W. CLARKE BLANDFORD, Frcslznzan CLAUDE U. BROAQII, Jzuzim' ---- E. WORRILL CARTER, Sojvlzomorc - T. DUDLEY COOK, Senior Law . . TOM A. DOZIER, Soplzomarc . . RALPH W. DUGGAN, Soplzoznore - NVARNER B, GIBBS, Frvslznzazz Law - Sigma Ghi it .wp lf'9Il..2D . , I' RLAA It NSA N F jl.11fOFf'I.rlfIl tM Ifffll.. Pbunded IU Hfhvni Lhdwwwhy in 1855, lDflh1Cjhapter1Uasfwlabhshed at the Uni1'ersity of Georgia in 1872. IN PICTURE FROM TOI' - LEFT TO RIGHT - lfirsf ru-III: Aiken, Broach, Dozier, Duggan. Secwza' row: Gibbs, Harrison, Hereford, Hicks. Third row: Hill, Jack- J Son, Kornegay, Martin. 1:UZll'ffl Vatu: Mattox. f CHAPTER RGLL - - . Statesboro JOHN M. HARRISON, Freslzman - - - . - . Atlanta F. DOUGLAS HEREFORD, Sophomore - - . . .Athens HARRX' H. HICKS, Senior. - - - - . Thoinaston FRANK C. HIGHTOWER, Freslznzan - - - Atlanta LOUIS H. HILL, IR., Sophomore ---- . . . . .Athens WM. SCHLEY HONVARD, JR., F1'0S11llZGIl . . Ftovvah, Tenn. HUGH H. JACKSON, JR., funior . . . . . . . . . - .jesup G. B. KORNEGAY, Junior - - . VVESLEY MARTIN, Soplzonzore -------- Atlanta - - Atlanta . Waycross - - Atlanta . Thomaston Lawtey, Fla. . . . .Atlanta - .Athens . . Atlanta .71. .,--"N R . :J A1'ilLf't I ' if V' I If ft' - . 'i.3,M.II,,I Oi? ug 'ffiti ,I If ,, lmhwgitr-fu If 'l I WNV' I , f f "fw,'ff-Q' Cf'-93317. A :CLK L A K ,, E ' 5 I NSEJ ,I I I f""" 5Delto Ghopter OFFICERS First Term LEE NVEBI: ...... Prvsidvut CLIFFORD SHI-il-'FIICLD . 1'it'o-Pmsidvzzf DOUGLAS HEREFORD . . Set'rt'fary ROBERT MATTON . . Treasizrcr Srrond Term CLIFFORD SHEFFIELII . . . Prcsidcnf JOHN L. VVINN . . . IJOUGLAS HEREFORD . . LEE XVEBB . . . I'it'c-Prosideazf Secretary . Treasurer IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT T0 RIGHT - First row. Means, Oliver, Ritchie, Rooker. Second row: Shef- field, Slaughter, Smith, Stafford. Third row: Teas- ley, Thompson, VVebb, VVickersham. Fourth row: 1 1 1 Williams, Winn. ROBERT S. MATTOX, JR., Senior- ALFRED NIEANS, Freslznzolz - W. BRUCE NIITCHELL, Soplzomorc NV. CHEVES OLIVER, Senior- - - LEON C. PATTERSON, Soplzonzorc H. B. RITCHIIZ, JR., Senior- - - XVILLIAM A. ROOKER, Senior . - - CLIFFORD C. SHEFFIELD, JR., Izmio 7' as CHAPTER ROLL - -Cuthbert NAT. G. SLAUGIITER, JR., Senior- - - - A513115 JULIUS B. SMITH, Soplmmorc - . - - - W3YCY0SS DENEAN STAFFORD, JR., Soplzonzorv - - - POOICI' CLYDE TEASLEY, Ifreslznzau . . - . - - - Cllfllbeff D. NORM.XN CFHOMPSON, Soplzomoro - . . Athens ROBERT LEE XVEIIII, JR., .I1HIl.0l' - . . . . . Atlanta H. BREWSTER NVIGRIQRSHAM, F7'O0S11IlltllI . . . . . .Atlanta GEORGE S. NVILLIAMS,FI'CSf1lllGIl. . . JOHN L. WINN, Senior- . Atlanta - - Athens . . Augusta - lVzIycrOsS . - Elberton - - . Elberton - Jonesboro XVZ'1SlllllgtO1l . .Athens Mi.:-f ' R 1 ,,.... If F74 - A 'A'l1J'1yrL J 15 ig-ff L I". I 1 V N C11 IU' f'Afw.f. I . 'l.lfTgjf3i" L11 mf, IE ' Q1 O I Il '11 ll L1 X x VF , -, I , fi: 7 ff 'M f RIN M191 R li eff? 14, 1 llnffewil 11.11 Qllplxa 6574111 Qmega I'- Founzfezl at 1'i1jgfi11i11 1Ui11t111'y Insti- tute 111 1865. GF0l',Q1I1 1J1fJ11Il Clmpfer was estzzblislzezl nl the Bda Uni- wrsity of Georgia in 1878. IN PICTURE FROM Toi' - LEFT T0 RIGIIT - First rmv: Black, Blaclcsliear, Carpenter, Clower. Sm'n11d 1'1m': Cooper, Davis, Fleming, Frgnklin, B. T11il'll1 1'nw.' Franklin, N., Futcli, Greer, Jordan. 1:01ll'f1I 1'1m': Kelly, Lawrence, McClellzInd, McCollun CHAPTER ROLL XVILLIANI XY. B.xRRoN, J11111'01' - - . . Milledgeville l3.xMERoN BLACK, JR., 17I'l7S1l1lIClll . . . . Atlanta Lows Ii. B1.,xc'KsHE,xR, .S0f71IUllI177't'- .Greenville RIQHARII L. C.RxRI1EN'I'ER, Svrzior. .... Elberton T. MITCIII-21.1, CLOWER, Sc111'111' - . . Lawrenceville lXloRToN I. C11oIfER, .S'op1I011101'c - - - . Atlanta liIIxx'.'xRD H. DAVIS, jllllilll' . . . . Griflin THOMAS O. FLEAIING, Jznzior .-....... Atlanta PAI11, J. McCoLLIIIx1, S0fl1l0llI01't' BERNARD VV. FRANKLIN, Junior Law- - NEIXL M. FRANKLIN, F1'U51llIIUIl Law - JAMI-is I. FUTCH, fzuzior ----- - - FRANK R. GREEK, F1'es11111a11 - . CLARENCE L. JORDAN, .S'c1I1'01' - . . Co1:ERN KELLY, F1'es11111c111i. . . VVILLIAM B. LAWRENCE, Jzmior - JOSEPH M. MCCLELLAND, Senior- . - - - -Thomasville T. 1 . . Augusta . . Augusta Thomasville . . Buford . Talbotton . . Atlanta . . Atlanta . Morgan if NMI.- ff. ,. A TIXFR L A cl! ... ..,,A Vw ffiigpif 'N 1 ll I A. I my JPY- A IS - x q Rtw, , If 'Tu A A L,jT,'f-iff, 'rf Y C7 I , . ,lf-fl' :Rev fl:.A7'rlT F' If. lj 4. I Ea I ff I H+ if TT' ' ' V ff 'fl V T f H T -0' 1 fx L- -LEYL- ' X FUTST !,1l'n X' LH Q 'Ill' T eorgia Jllpha iBeta Ghapter OFFICERS First Term R.NV.FR.XNliLIN . . . Ti,iX.SL'UT'1' . . . P. J. MI'COLI.L'M . . T. M. CLUXYER . . . Iv1'l'L'-1,7'I'Sl'dt'Ilf Sem Il ff Term C. L. JORDAN . . . . l,1'vsirI'mIi . Sl."L'I'l.'ftI7'.V . TrI'c1.vI1rI'1' . f'1'Usidr11f R. L. CARPENTER . . I'z'vv-P1'cs1'dwzf N. M. FRANKLIN . , T. M. CLOWER . . 5L'L'l't'fl1I'j' . T1'vas1m'r IN PIl"l'URl2 FROM TOP - LEFT TU RIGHT - First z'u1u: Oliver, Quillian, Ricllarclson, Roberts. S1"t'0lld rnfu: Rcmgers, Scott, Slaton, Thrash. Third rmv: Trus- Sell, Veal, NVzIclclcll, VVagnOn. lfozzrtlz. row: Wzlllccr, - P NV:1rcl, XVier, VVllllHl1lSOll. JAMES L. OLIVER, Frvslzmau - - - RASCOM O. QL7II.I.I.XN, JR., fnninr J. MILTON RICH.XRDSON, JIHIIIOI' - . OSCAR O. ROBERTS, IR., Jzmior La WINBURN T. ROGERS, Frvslzmawz . EDWIN A. SCOTT, fmzior ---- ROBERT T. SICGREST, Post-Gradzzatc HENRY R. SLATON, JR., Junior . - 'IU 1 1 CHAPTER ROLL . . Cairo IZLAIORE C. TIIRASII, If1'v.v!1111u11 . - . . Douglas HENIQY L. TRI'SSI-QLL, JR., Svfziur - . . .Macon CURTIS XIEAI., I:l't'-Yfllllllll - - . - - - - - Carrollton XVILI.I.uI L. XV.XlJlJlil.l., Snplzmzznrv. - . Milleclgeville HENRX' S. XVAKINUN, lf1'u.vlz111uIz - - - - . . Milledgevillc N.X'PH.XNIEI, P. XV.XI.IiER, JR., 171'I'.s!1111I1 - -LaGrange ROBERT E. VVARD, IIVCSIIIIIUII - - - - - - - - - - Jackson ALBERT VV. XVIER, JR., Frvslznzazz La-rv . T. RAXVORTH VVILLIAMSUN,S0f1f10IIl0I't3 - - - -Augusta ., J, ,Pm . . Douglas . Tzllbotton Milleclgeville . . Albany . . Bostwick Milleclgeville . - Elberton . . Athens f bx K I ,Q x-Wig., X , ...1.,f'c fliffl JJ l QW , , I 1, ,,flglQIQf'2, xy Q U 5+ l ,iii-T ,l tif-, ',"-llzm fill f 'N 1 1 lm if ffl, flu ,f ,iyiv .XV .Lg .1 fl K, +2171 QQ 'KJLL L-f+t in E 'A V FREDERICK NOBLE ALDRICH, Suplzonzofv XIVAGNER ALEXIXNDER, Junior ..... CARY BAXTER ANDREW, JR., Soplzonmrp VVILLIAM MARION AYERS, Soplzonzorc - STEPHEN GRAHAM BLAND, Soplnnnorc JOHN BOND, Freslzlnan ....... ,LN , "fix K lf flf WP ,Sigma u Founded at J"irginia Jllilitary Insti- tute in 1869. Mu Chapter was es- talzlished at the Unizvrsity of Georgia in 1881. IN PICTURE FROM TOR - LEFT TO RIGHT - First ro'w.' Aldrich, Alexander, Andrew, Ayers. Second roto: Bland, Bond, Carr, Harrington. Third row: Har- well, Hood, Hughes, Ivey. Fourth row: Jamison. CHAPTER ROLL Brunswick - Jefferson - - Perry - I . Toccoa - Lumpkin - -Athens .ASHLEY KNIGHT CARR, Junior. . W. A. HARRINGTON, Junior- - MARION T. HARWELL, Junior . - CHARLES LECONTE HOOD, Junior - . - - PARKER MCDONALD HUGHES, Junior R. BLANTON IVEY, Freshman - - - JVVALLACE HOOVER JAMISON, Sophonzore .... Atlanta Warrenton Brunswick Brunswick - Waycross . . Bolton . .Atlanta I A A I umm JY ifff II?I?'fI 'I E4 .A -..III'Af.cffw+ uf Al I p .rw - PQ-W 1 LANL KJIVITR I Q? f?44I"ySU ofa f A C 'l V A A 'TQ T ' li' 1 Af? I .J-,Rf fL I A .uv . JDJ J ,J A ,--1 cylffu Gliapter OFFICERS A. B. TURNHULI., JR, . . CUIIIIIILZIIIIIN' CHARLES L. HOOD . Livuf. f,iU1lllllllllll1Cl' L. A. NVHITTLE . .S'cv1'ctIz1'y-Y'rca5zzrvr DONALIJ HUOHES . . 1YTCL'UI'lIiC1' ALBERT PACE . . Rvportcz' WALLACE JAMISON . . Marshal ASHLEY CARR . . . Sczztmvl BTARION HARWELI, . . Chaplain IN PICTURE FROM TOI- - LEFT T0 RIGHT - I'II'Sf mzu: Lovelace, Martin, MCBYHy'6l', lVTCCI'C1l1lC. BLCLYJJZIT row: McCrary, McKoy, Pace, Talniuclgc. Tlziru' row: Todcl, Turnbull, NVlIittle, VVilSon. Fozzrflz row: Yeomans. ROY W. LOVELACE, Freslzman - . . ORMOND EDWIN MAXRTIN, Sophomore . . WILLIAM 0. MCBRIXYER, Freslzzzzan Law - EDWARD LAMAR MCCRINNIE, Sc?ll'i0l'- - . JOHN OLIVER NTCCRARY, Freslzman - EDWIN ANDERSON MCKOY, Freslznzan. . . JASPER 1 1 1 '7 A www is CHAPTER ROLL - - Thomson - Flemington - NVarrenton . Eastman - -Royston . Brunswick ALBERT EUGENE PACE, Soplmnzore. . . -Thomson HERMAN EUGENE TIXI.AI.XDGE, S0f71I0l1l0I'0 ---- McRae J. D. TODD, Freslznzan Law ...... Greenville, S. C. AUGLTSTUS B. TURNDULL, JR., Swzzlw' ..---- Toccon LUCIAN A. VVHITTLE, Senior- - . Brunswick HOMER LEON VVILSON, Frcslzzzzan - - - Bolton C. XYEOMANS, Fl'6S1lIIllGll . ....... Atlanta 50" 1 1' al. T.. is 4419? M ,J 1..A 5-3, Qgaibg E QL Ol . o f, pa O -A ' ' .1 fH4f'.xb ffl -1 Q f T 1 R val, M ,V .,, Q , Y N eg Q,j'f"51.g?3f'JiVAVi-J v ff M .wear 1 iw 'W flea To Ml WN K sl at Jlllfl Quill ft ,l"ll.5ifG rlleltcl Eau fDelta A JAMES L. BENTON, JR., Sof-!1om01'v- CHARLES D. RICKERS, SOplzo11mre - TALMADCQE BL.xvR, Frvslznzunz . . JOHN D. BR.xm.1-Lv, JR., l:l'l'.Y!l1lllI1l. . JOHN BRAGG, Freslzuzazl ..... JAMES H. Conn, JR., Senior . Monticello Savannah - Atlanta Glennville Savannah Savannah ' -.N Founded at Bethany College in 1859. Beta Delia Chapter zvas ifzsfallezl at the Uni1'ersify of Georgia in 1882. S IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - FI-I'Sf 7'0'Zf'f F7 I Db 'TJ' H IT! PU PU O T' F' Benton, Bickers, Black, Bradley. Seeond row: Bragg, Cobb, Cope, Dykes. Third row: Fulmer, Graham, Hoynes, James. GEORGE IJ,-XFFIN COPE, Senior - - JAMES ROBERT DYIQES, JR., Junior - - OLIN F. FULMER, JR., fmzior. - JAMES ARTE GRAHAM, F1'CS!llllClIl - - TAYLOR HOX'NES, Freslzmau ----- LEMUEL PHOTO JAMES, JR., Sofvlwnzorc 1 Y - Savannah Montezuma - Savannah . Savannah - Savannah . -James ll W yr' Ll I 1 ll Q fl I ll f . Queeg! lftf ifllgfmlm T Sxiw, ' ' cf ffl qw- T pg , . T . CZBGFCL Telta Ghapter OFFICERS . Prvsidczzt l'1'rc'-P1'c'.rz'dc'11f . TfL'U5Ill'f1' Ref. Scrrclary Cor. 5c'crc'tary N IILTURF FROM TOP LII-'l 10 RIGHT - lfz'r.vf ru-zu.' Jones Ixellette Longmo, Montgomery. Sfrmzd row: Vlorrxs OQborne Peterson Sealy. Third row: Sullndn XVestbe1rs Hhatlex Yow. y f CHAPTER ROLL - -Duluth, Minn. - - - -Decatur - - 1 College Park - - - -Rome - - - Carrollton ELTON S OSBORINE, JR Sophomore - -Savannah 0, T. if Whffw- l v J, 'V .X f lf xl S9 "V ,UML X T - 4 h , 1 ' TN, X 'A fl 1 ,V J 1 f ,I C' 4. . .Ailey - Cuthbert Savannah . Augusta Carrollton . . Athens 'I v I Q vt . .. f A- I- C -, 1, A,:t1.l,x fx, fl ' ' I ,I ' I K X, Y nl I I , I , . H . -f -. if J- , -I LMT: 'I wpl Lf ,IX ' -,. 'If Ar, ,' 1, -'I N f I cy' , I r,l,XlllX,j!I2l,l I I QQ? ' I lliffkvfj , l l' f 1 llllw Nl . I , ,I, ,, 4- - , J , , f . , J! 2 ., wwf- f .I I I It J vu I X3 I I',g"74BL,- ll ,jf 7- I" ,n 'I A 1 NY I A 'Z 2' M "ff, 'L if . . . K Ifjllg Lxllfl L 'lull fire 11 A X. , N I It , H 77 A, fflt 4' Il A I ' 1 I xl f' U AJZ '- 'W' V' ul W 'L fi Thi Epsilon Ti Founzlezl at College of City of New York in IQUJ. llllu Chapter was es- tfzblisllefl af the U1zii'ersify of Georgia 'in 1895 115 E. D. S. Club. IN PICTURE FRUM Top - LEFT TO RIGIII' - lfirst row: I , Daniels, Fine, Greenblatt. Sefond row: Hirsch, E., Hirsch, H., Landau. Third row: Levy. f CHAPTER ROLL CHARLES BERNARD DJXNIELS, fuzzior- . . .Blakely EIMILE I. HIRSCH, Senior Law- . . .Macon JOSEPH L. FINE, Junior .--.-. - -Atlanta HAROLD HIIQSCH, JR., l77'C.YlZlllC11l- - - -Atlanta SIDNEY R. GREEN1sI.AT'I', Fl'CSlZllI0ll ---..- Atlanta EDMUND A. LANDAU, IR., Soplzonzore - - . - - Albany CARL D. LEVY, Freslzmau Law ------ Lakeland, Fla. I NN I fb c 'I If ' C Oi., ,L -If Olffel f p fluff! l ' r X X ki.. ' 1. I 1- f N I fail 'lwyuf ffl! ll ' ' I Q 'I f 4 ' ,I,-IIN L: 'f' .f ' I . - , riff Ljlflf TTL 'Ti' 'li li l l M ii . f' ' A if A 'NL GYXCM Chapter OFFICERS FREIJERIC SOLOMON ..... S .IlflCl'l'0l' ICMILE I. HlliSQ'EI . . . I'1'rv-S1zpc1'1'nr NATHINN F. VVOLFE, JR. . Trcaszu'm' -w--Q JOSEPH L. FINE ..... SlL'Cl't'flI7'-X' HERBERT J. ROSENIIERG, JR., Cnr. 5'vf'y. SIDNEY R. GREENIILATT . . Clzaplain SIMON SELIO, JR. . . SvrgvtrzzI-at--41'111s MAX MIt'II,IxIsI., JR. . Quarlvrly Refi. TP. IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First ww: May, Selig, Nussbaum. Second row: Rosenberg, . Michael, Solomon. Third Vow: Wtmlfe. 1 1 I I I II I- CHAPTER ROLL JOSEPH R. MAY, Frcshuzan - . - -Atlanta SIMON SELIG, JR., Sofvlzonznrc- . - .Atlanta MAX MICHAEL, JR., Saplwnzorc - . . Athens FRIQDERIT5 SOLOMON, Smzim' I,mu . . - FOrt Valley BERNARD NUSSBIXLYNI, Soplzonzorc . . . Bainbridge NATHAN F. VVOLIPE, JR., Junior - .---- Atlanta HERBERT J. ROSENBERG, JR., Junior. . - . Atlanta LOUIS E. VVOLFSON, Jzmiur . - - . Jacksonville, Fla. 7 I sr , Alwl "vin, Ulfvrll ll . I . 25.17. .EEG Vi .3 Vw or 1f'IIz-fir.: Rflfil L I ' 4,71 CQ . C A Y" ll J I KI flllfw l ,am J Glu C1751 Founder! at Union College, 4 720K J -iifi iff Wim e.eeo tl 'VN ,V-I ' I '5 HRX 'H Q-.IQ ,Rllll 1 QA., X t J,,l,F'llYl1,lf M ,Il llwfglll Schenec- tady, N. Y., in 1841. dlpha Delta Chapter establislzefl at the UrzizIersity of Georgia in 1890. IN PICTURE FROM 'roI- - LEFT TU RIGHT - First row: Booth, Bray, Brown, Burnet. Serond row: Cook, Cromer, David, Downer. Tlzira' rozu: Dunn, Du- Pree, Eiclson, Ferris. CHA PTICR ROLL EXRTHUR S. Boo'rH, Junior -.-.-. - .Athens CHARLES SIMS BRAY, JR., Soplzouzore- - . -Atlanta T. CLAYToN URUXYN, Sufvlzolllnlq' - - - - .Grillin IDUNCAN BURNETT, JR., lT1'L'.S'lIllIU1l ------- Athens EDGAR J. Coolq, IIVUXIIIIILIII --.- Maracaibo, Venezuela JAMES D. CKUMER, JR., Freslznzan. . . . . . .Atlanta WILLIAM BELL DAVID, Senior - - W. REED DowNER, F7'CS1lllIl1lL - - - - MERCER L. DUNN, SOPIZOIIIOVC' - - - RICHARD G. DUPREE, Senior- - FRAZIER EIDSON, Freslzllzan - - FRANK E. FERRIS, JR., Junior - - 1 1 1 . . . . . Athens Highcoal, W. Va. . . . .Concord . . Athens - - Atlanta . - Augusta f-fx lirfI'lv1If'f 'R' I' 1 I -, . In Ag-IIIIIITF' Aff ll J, I' vm I -. If ' AI-I N 'S Q-fl.+.I-iv 'ffl hr-'1l'fQll"lI UI-'41 fl I X ' ' M kllful '!lfT!4l'Ly Mfr f- ll ff cfrfiffllix RM-I f! '+-- ff"' lt' lll Qllpha fDelta OFFICERS IVIIXRION L. SMITH . . . LEWIS R. lX4ORG.XN . . I' JOHN H. fJI'l'liR . lXlURG.XN D. RLSSELI. . IN PICTURE FROM Till' - I.IfIf'r 'IO RIIIIII' - lfimf ww: Franklin, Fuller, Linflslev, Maxwell. .SQUCIYIIUI 1'mu.' 1 Ummm l H l I Morgan, Murray, Upp61','C. Cf, wiv: XVilSOn. PAUL G. FRANKLIN, JR., Junior . . NVILLIAIII A. FULLER, JR., Izmior . . CHARLES C. LINIISLEY, Fl'f'5lllIlUIl . J. VIVIAN lVlAXWliI.L, FVFSXZIIIGIL - . LEWIS R. MOIQGAN, FVL,S1llll0ll Law ROVVLAND W. MURRAY, Soplzonzorc I , . . , 4 , 1 ' '48 l V A ,Ka lllf 1 l I A , L1'L...5-"rv Ghaptev' X.I I . !'1'vsiI1'f11f irc-l'rv.fz'dc11f . .S.t't'1'I'ftIl'J' . Y'1'I'II5111'I'1' WU' '. , . . T II.l'l Vfffu: Russell, Smith, Struclel, Whitehead. lfuurflz 1 1 1 CHAPTER ROLL - Statesboro CHARLES G. OI-PER, Suplmuzurv - .Atlanta JOHN H. 0I'I'ER, Juzzior .-.. .Atlanta RIORGAN D. RL'SSEI.I., JR., Jzmfm' - - Augusta MARION L. SMITH, Junior - - - - - - LaGrange CHARLES KVM. STRUDEL, Flfjfllllrlll . . . . . .Atlanta J. COAIER NVHITEHEAD, Frcslznzalz M, TROU'IIxIAN VVILSON, Junior ...,.... Athens ff? 42 nf, - Savannah . Savannah Ceclartowu - Concord LaGrange - . Athens . lx J" A-'rf fzffitlxl Q-M, x.., ,I iw Xl. I I 'K '- il ffl C 'ai,1,12Tkf'j'fit-2Al33ff'1'K I' ,-fflifl Uffff f' C' f ' LN C Air I flfiix' f"f,tisV?X' X' LLL fr S NWN QCD!-0 SAMUEL B. BROWN, Senior . . EDWARD L. CODY, Freshman Law . . . SAM J. COLEMIIN, Sophomore- - JOHN A. COPELAND, JR., Freslznzan - - - . EDWIN GAINS, fnnior --.... fa lEgK??sf, J, hs, .. we will Ulf. QTDN ram: 'I ll Q Kappa ,Sigma ISOZUIIZIEIZI at the University of Virginia in 1869. Beta Lambda Chapter was established at the University of Geor- gia in 1901. IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Brown, Cody, Coleman. Sefona' row: Copeland, Gaines, Gilmore, Lloyd. Third row: G1lI'IlO1'C, Loring, Jenkins, Griffeth. CHAPTER ROLL - Albany - Atlanta . Dublin . Atlanta Hartwell LLOYD H. GILMORE, Senior . . LORING E. GILMORE, Junior - . . JOSEPH O. JENKINS, Sophomore - - JACK GRIFFETH, Sophomore - - - CLAYTON JONES, Sophomore - - 1 1 Westboro, Mass. Westboro, Mass. - - - - Hartwell - Gadsden, Ala. . - - - Albany 'V ' 4 l hx H, 'Ev Ji- f jgzJ!,-f 4.1 YQ 4, V 1. ffl, ,-X, fglgil? X ll' 'V gl 7 "4 "l ll LV? ffl 'W ' l lmrA'il5 lllfflfy! X B l 1' yk I x I "lr-' I'-. Al' Aff -Wg? ". 1' ' I - . . Yf.lM10?ol fLfH'Q l,M Uljnnl Xi,f l 42? .f l ,A rQ'g 61: xzfg -A---I -A I' lllwlb 1,14 J X A z ,- iB6fd Lambda Glwcpter OFFICERS EDXVARIJ CUNY . . G. M SAM BROWN . . . . . G. P LLOYD GILMORIE . . . G. M. C PINIQNEY SIILI.Iv.xN . . G. S MCKENZIE VVILLIAMS . G. T IN IPICIURE IfROIxI 'rm' - I.liF'l' 'IO RIOIII' - First zmur Jones, Methvin, Neff. Scfona' row: Stanley, Sul- livan, Tripp. Third row: Vickery, VVilliunIs, Young. ' vit M'?'a: CHAPTER ROLL HAROLD MARTIN, Post-Graduate - - - Commerce CHARLES B. METHVIN, Soplzomorc' - - - - Atlanta RICHARD B. NEFF, Soplzonwrv . - . - - Savannah VVILLIAM M. STANLEY, Senior ---.---.- Atlanta HARLAN YOUNG, Freshman PINKNEY M. SULLIVAN, JR., fznzior- - JULIAN TRIPP, Junior . - GEORGE VICIQERY, Junior- H. MCKENZIE VV'II.LIAMs, J . . . . . Shady Dale . .Zebulon - Carrollton . . . . .Hartwell u11I'ur . . Atlanta -I f W , YG l ?WL 7 ,W Timm J fs W LM O lllrl I an WH PWM U Rl lm C . ,A f -1 " ' f A, R L fCfX5lV,,L U A A A ykilx T os , A A N' elrili ff-'gil gy 'S A NC-F' li sb max lnlmw T- TQ QQL---'f5'f' l MN Q3 W X X ll l 1 Q ll sl Qgwaffifgsf ,, . fPi Kappa Thi Founzlerl at College of Charleston in IQ04. Larnlrflfz Clmjnter was estab- Hshed ofthe llniwershy of Cfeorghvin 1915. IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Carroll, Calvin, Curtis, Davis. Scfond row: Ellard, Fleming, Gaston, Girardin. Third row: Gower, Hadaway, Hargrave, Harrison. Fourflz row: Hen- derson Heriot, Hull, Jenkins. 1 1 CHAPTER ROLL THOMAS B. CARROLL, lzuzior -.-- - . Valdosta JACKSON EARLE COLVIN, Sclzior Law . . . . Jesup NfJIlBl.XN PHILIP CURTIS, Junior- - . . Americus 'IHIOMAS FRANK DAVIS, JR., flllllfll' . - Cnnnning fllI,IiNN XVILSUN ELIAXRD, Frcslznzazz La-zu . - - Cornelia JAMES FLIEMING, fzuzior -.--.. . .Augusta CHARLES NIARION GASTON, JR., Sczzioz' . . Toccoa LOUIS GIRARIJIN, Junior ...... . .Valdosta OREON THOMAS GOWER, JR., fmzior - - - Cordele PHIL HADAWAY, Frcshrfzau - ---- . . LaGrange ANDREW RUSSELL HARGRAVE, Junior - - - Thmnasville JAMES E. HARRISON, JR., Freslznzau -.-.. Thomson HENRY MAYHEW HENDERSON, Junior Law . - LaGrange ROBERT LATTIMER HERIOT, Freslzuzan ----- Savannah JAMES GIBSON HULI., Frcslznzan ....---- Conyers CHARLES RUDOLPH JENKINS, .luzzior Law . - . LaGrange KN .J I . , . X , Y L, I. .. K, f"::'SS- 1 1 I ff, A ' YL,5ff'!f3. f ...wx 1 X51 ,J JJ 4f",!'hlIY1fJ." N, L, W ,' 'ix J' ' . f ' , Lf -if ,, V, R WGN IM' I VT flr . 'V ll 'f 4 . E1 ,312 I Afro. -S . .I -ff .gqfffy-.X .N RRYLAM v I ,J , I , A I fe'-'- Lambda Clhapter OFFICERS CIIAREI-is Nl.-XRIUN Ci.xs'I'oN, JR., .-Irrlmzz JosEI'II HENRY 'l'IIImIAs, JR., 7sI't'4lS1H'L'7' VVALTIIN VVATTS STEWART . SI'v1'vfary JosEI'II M.XRICJN 'l'owNs, JR. . ll!-Xflifillll HARVEY VVORTH SMITII, JR. . Clzaplaizz LLEXVELLYN JENKINS KILBURN, Hvt1l'dC'll IN I-IUTURE ERIIM Tov - LICFT T0 RIGHT - First I'uw.' Kilburn, Knox, Mann, Maxwell. .S'C'L'0lId -row: Orr, Patterson, Permenter, Reeder. Third row: Smith, H. W,, Jr., Smith, F., Sneecl, Stephens. Fourtlz rniv: Stewart StouclennIi1'e fl-llOl1lZiS, Towns. 1 1 9 ! LI.EWEI.I.YN J. KILIIURN, SOPIIUIIIOVC- - - WII.I,IIxIxI LAXVRENCIE KNOX, Snp1m111n1'v - . . Thomson ROY WOOTEN MANN, Fl'C'Sl1llllIIl . - . LaGrange RICHARD C. MIXXXVELI,, fzuziur. - Sanford, Fla. HAROLD ORR, Frvslznzazz. . . . . . . . FRANK WINFREII PATTERSIIN, Fwslzzzzflaz - - - Covington EUGENE LAWRENCE PERIYIENTER, Smzior. . . WILLIAM MIXRION REEIIER, JHlIi0l'- . "VOM ,Y.-- Z' ROLL llARvI-:Y XVIIRTII SMITII, JR FREIDERIVIQ SMITH, Jzmim' - JOHN Rom-:RT SNEEII, Senior LENVIS STEI-IIENS, Frvslzlfzun XVALTON NVATTS STIQXYART, AUIIREY SToIfI1ENAIIRE, SIINIUIIIWU ---- JosEIfII HENRY 'l'IIoxIAs, JR., Jlllllrlll' l.IIzI' . JosEI'II MARIIIN Towxs, JR., Jzuzior. - pb- 7 .XlllL'l'lCllS Nlmnllllukfllu . .Rome . ,-Xtlanta .Klll6I'lCllS - Cznnilla - - Jesnp . Conyers . ,,, ,f ,IX I II wi ',"'III'QQgjz'v"iA jf A A. r . T' " - V-,J-1 -1 A ' l' Svc.: I, 'A 4. .lf L J ffl? ASLI., A 1 333 "KIM It yxiili 'Ji' w lair MITXL Flifffl YI my VY Hi' .Q I' F we it it ffl It 'F A III", AI-I f'iX,lEl!iif,I, Lambda Cfhi Qflllpha Founded at Boston Unifversity in 1809. Nu Zeta Chapter was installed at the Uniz'ersity of Georgia in IQI5. lN PICTURE FROM Top - LEFT TO RIQIIT - First row: Abney, Baldwin, Belcher, Brennan. Serond 1'o'zc': Brown, Cobb, Cook, Davis. Third row: Edwards, Engel, Gentner. 1 1 1 CHAPTER ROLL WALTER L. ABNEY, Junior- . - -Athens CLAUD BALWIN, Freslznzan . . . . Albany RUSSELL BELCHER, Soplzonzorv. . . Bainbridge JOHN M. BRENNAN, Senior .... . . . Savannah MAURICE I. BRODERICK, Soplzonzorc- - .l-lavana, Cuba EDWARD T. BROXYN, JR., Senior Law .---- - Atlanta ROGER S. COBB, Senior Law . . .... Blairsville DONALD A. Coon, Soplzonzore - - . Bloomfield, N. J. VVYLICY H. DAVIS, Soplzonzore- - -.... Atlanta EARL EDNVARDS, Soplzonzore - . . Bainbridge JAMES L. ENGEL, JR., Senior - - .--.- Savannah WILLIAM GENTNER, Soplzonzore - - - Washington, D. C. 11-it l, ff l,TlffwtXA ff ft' Q mn,PL ,r , ,W , ,J Qmzofon Ghapter IN PICTURE FROM TOP LI-FT TO RIL HT F st row: Grlffin Hamllton Hendrxcks Henrlck Sc't01zdr0'zu'.' L1ndsay Moye Perkms Rhodes Tlzud I0 L Smlth, Y 1 K5 ,?, A ll, ,LQ W Aja' 7,.1 az -Rl Nvzfe -+V 1, Y- , 'Lauri CHAPTER ROLL Atlanta Athens Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta LON MOYE fumol Davisborg JOSEPH PERKINS, Freslzmafz CLARENCE A. RHODES, Senior STANCIL SMITH, Senior- - GEORGE SPENFER, Ifrvslzuzan. LAMAR TAYLOR, Soplzonzorc GROVER C. W1L1,1s, JR., Frcslzman - Savannah - Stapleton . . Athens Beach, Fla. Greensboro . Columbus fa I 1- g-' Ji 5 1 1, Xi-,,,wuf M ii , A L ,iivxpfw-f4iAwki1 1 W ix IM fnfigi yj2"+f.17rL'f'i Q UW ff 41.2 L if' V f Ni kdm MR? ,SX Ag L91 QL iiiiji i4ii?531?16ii0 X fufiixb xi Hx ,ii ik rpg,-,gcggjr Cf? iiiC'f'ffW Ji, Jifillwfmfbiil PM 'Q .nm " - ry khiy Eau Epsilon Thi l'i0lllIIll'lI at Ciflflllllbill Ulziwfrxify in 19111. A711 Clznfwiw' izcm' insfallezl at file' l,flIi7'lf!'.Vff-1' of C?P02',Q'iII in IQIQ. IN I"IC'TlTRE mum 'rm' - 1.mf'1' TU mcslrr - First row: Bluestein, Chesler, Kahn. .S'c'vn11zi Jww: Siegel, Shulmzm. 1 1 1 C HAPTER ROLL SAMUEI. BLUESTIQLN, SC'l1i01' . ..-- Darien LEON ARTHUR KAHN, Soplzozzmrc - - . .Bainbridge D.wm CHESLI-312, Iimslzzlzazz . . - . Liberty, N. Y. IRWIN GE1esHM.xN Sllioicr., Soplmnzorc - - - Bainbridge A-Xlcxmm S111ULM.xN, .S'Uf!ll01lI01'L' ------- . Athens i L ,- ns U fs 1. u 'I 3 x Ti 5 '1' ' W Q 'ik ,A fi, K QI 'lf-f.,IA. J 31-4M ' A :FX Agyyfli X14 gijli-fkfxj 5 'N' rwQLi1F.-ru!! in af- fgbwm I wi NW IJ I I . IIA., ,il NX ' I , N V !,I Y ..,T,,T 571, M11 Lvl Inn 3 A+ fr Hxlyy,-'g fx ffm, i K rl , I T1 W N Nh I7 4 QI N AIRIXZ, f'.li.I l fltyff. 7' ffl' N lrlr H I, V I H we V f 1' V "' - 'lx YI NEI is-,VV Ilia! ,. I 7 A 1 ,bi 3 45' OFFICERS Mosris I'1.XRRY S'l'IilNli . . C'l1I1m'I'l1II1' IMVIII STEINI: . . . I'iI'I'-Cllfznzfvllur IRWIN SIEGEI. . . . . . Scrzlu' M.xI'RIIfI-: STIQINIIIQRII . . Bursar IN PICTURE FROM T011 - I.IiFT TO RIGHT - First rnfuu' Spier, Steinberg, Steine, D. .S'I'I'n11d vfnw: Steine, H., 1E1ylOl'. 1 1 1 CHAPTER RULL JESSE SI-IER, I:l'C'Sllllltlll -.---.-. NVestw0od, N. J. D.xx'II1 STILINI-1, fzmiur ..-.. . . XVz1I'I'CIItoI1 M.XUIiICE STEINBERI1, I:1't'S1IIllCY1l La-rv ---.- Augusta Moslis HIXIQIQX' STEINE, Swzim' LIIQI' . . . XXvElI'l'CIltOll IIENRY TAYLOR, Smzior . .... . . . . QIIit1IIn1I ,JI ,C ' wfflxaf CHAPTER ROLL HAROLD S ANDREXVS Junior plains THOMAS MARIR BRITT Senior XVIIHCI Garden Fla. ROBERT CLXYTON HOXXPRS Seinoi R03 Stnn NEWTON BOWERS freshman Athens IEON IX BRUNO boplzonzore bt lolns Mo. XVX 'XLT N X'1H'XNIlI BU1 LOLI fzzznoi Uamelsville PROCTOR CXMIBEIL S0fffI0llIUl4 Athens GER XLD CARTER Semoi Morgantown '4 fyj .R at rf' iw A. fi ' any ll 4j" if l ' fi" -. i l fi llffloo HJR X fl Ebififl W E1 ' r ' Ki ll' 'N Klllx- X fha X .QWQKX F' B A J Greene, S., Greene, W. W. organtown WOODROW W. GREENE, Freslzm , -1: - ff ' ' we-5-, N 1 1. R, 4 ,1 , . , '. tablished at the University of Georgia 1908. ,,... fPi Kappa .filllpha Founded at the University of Virginia in 1868. fllpha Mu Chapter was es- IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT T0 RIGHT - First row: Andrews, Britt, Bowers, C., Bowers, N. Second row: Bruno, Bullock, Campbell, Carter, G. Third row: Carter, M., Cawthon, Eaton, Ennis. Fourth row: Ficquette, Gates, Gholston, Green. Fifth row: 1 1 O. B. CAWTHON, JR., Freshman - . - - -Atlanta J. M. EATON, Senior -.-- Marble Hill JORDAN GILMORE ENNIS, Sophomore . . . Milledgeville HEARN FICQUETTE, Sophomore Garden, Fla. EDWIN GATES, Freslzman- - - Columbus JOE BOYD GHOLSTON, Senior. . . . Danielsville PAUL A. GREEN, Freshman- - - Clayton SHELBY GREENE, Freshman - . . . Macon . . Macon ,..,-f.f1,,.. 1 V , ,f-'- ' J G- 'I' f-'Q' TVN 713 Pl lluxwyl 1, ' V,-I 7 .R . ,K l ,fhgxta . , , x, I l f Aff ,afwy Ll We--'IJ-If '51-J ff ff IL-.. M .5 I N KJ? gm ll fly LW f I ,Q ljfwll X FW i5":-'I fl 5-,if "TT-' l alpha Gylffu Cllmpter L... OFFICERS LEROY YOUNG . . S. M. C. CLAYTON BONVERS . . 1. Ill. C. R. M. KENNY . . S. C. NV. W. GREENE . . Th. C. IN PICTURE FROM TOI1 - LEFT T0 RIGHT - First rn-zu: Hale, Hollis, Johnson, Kenny. .SlL'l'U7Id row: Lud- wig, Martin, McMillan, Morris. Third rozu: Oakes, Owens, Paine, POOle. Fourth 1'O.t': Powers, Thomp- son, Vance, West. Fifth nm Young. 1 1 JOHN P. HALE, Junior -.-.. JEFFERSON HOLLIS, Freslzuzau - ,. INSLEE JOHNSON, Freslzmau Law ROBERT M. KENNY', Senior - . Wfliitaker, VVOttOn, Y 1 N 4?- UI L- 4. :Q -4 1321 'J all 'Qifl -. f ,Hi , Jr X. , l - If If .1 I I few Hffe-1 J . 'A,,,5"'l1 CHAPTER ROLL . .Maysville - -Savannah - - Alma - Atlanta ROBERT PAUL LUDWIG, Snplznnmrv .--- - Erie, Penn. C. B. MARTIN, Frrslzuzan -.--.-. Avon Park, Fla. NEIL MCMII-I,AN, ITITSZIIIIGII ...- Winter Garden, Fla. WILLIAM MORRIS, Freslzuzau . -----. Maysville WALTER OARES, Frcslznzau . lv- -.-- . .Atlanta LEROY S. YOUNG, S clzior CLARENCE R. OWENS, Frmlzzzzazz - - - . . Ellijay CHARLES J. PAINE, JR., Suplznnznrv - . . XVaycrOSs JOHN POOLE, Frrslznzan -.--.- - . Jasper LEE POWERS, Frcslzman - - . - - -Guyton BRANAN G. THOMPSON, Jzuzfnr . . - GOOcl Hope LEWIS VANCE, Senior - - - - . . . . JOHN H. WEST, Sofvlzonmrc' ---- DzIwsOn S FRANCIS A. WHITARER, Sofvfm.-11O1'v - - - GRIGSBY HIXRT WOTTON, Junior Law - .........MaQ0n . Bowdon prings, Ky. - .Baxley - -Athens gf 4 S f R l BL Yr Q f,-qgx' QQQTK1 ny li ,X +1 X if S I L, I NU AKA + A , n 31 ,H fy M1 ' KM " 1 M A lx in I it ff Mr. QLD - Q nf I eww J Y. X , A ,Q ,Ass-:1' fs fhgfjv 4- 1 'Nw T V , 'min ffif' Q f Y ' f f Q 4' ' fnbgff ' 'rv V fn -,X fn YJ ,-,z -.c1.,f?Xx-Jekgygj 5 Y ' " M -.5 1 fk Qklpha Epsilon Ti Foznzdezl at New Yaris U11i1'f'r5ity in IQI3. Umivron Clzapier um' estab- lishwf at the Uni1'ersily of Georgia in Q 1926. IN PICTURE FROM TH1' - 1-1431-"r 'rn RIGHT - First row: , Colm, Freedman, Haskms. 506011413 -row: Kaplan, H. S., Kaplan, N., Kass. f 1 CHAPTER ROLL bm, CUHN, 5L'lIit'l' . . - - Culmnbus HMQRY Sol, K.X1'L.XN, S0fIfl0lll0I'f' - - - Savannah Pnn.11' A. Flclircnmxx, Jznzinr . . - Sz1x'annal1 NURMAN K.X1'L.XN, FITSXIIIZCIII - . - Savalmah nun' Hnsmxs, f'.l'CSfIlllfIIl . - . Macon IRVING Kms, Sczzior ---- - - TIIOINHSTOH us- 3' gi g ni y g my ' J W ,l, v . X, , , 4 fn-, ,,.bfQ 'Y 1 , Y ,'-Q 'lf mcfa a f' ' f 'f' PM flu . 0 ! Lx 'lx 7 N-jig: final! 1:-' if 1 .N '4 K ,p . xv I, 5 w1fu.-an fiffi '45 f1Wffa'!'h"'CX- 1 1 Y ' ' 7 ' ' ff 1 1 Vw 03101 0l.....1 Xi, x N sux W5 4 - 1 -'S-21 -Q1v1?QLX?,ff ' +L f' Y H VY 1 A Qmicmn Chapter OFFICERS Fifsi Term Sul, COHN . ..... IJI'C.S'I.lllCIIf IRVING KASS . . . I'zve-Pmsidvzzf WIr,1.1,xM Loxuwxrlcle . . PHILIP FIQEEDMAN . . Sefmml Term vw-2 Us -1.1, x as I T1'cc1s1l1'v1' 5cvrvfaf'y Ikvlxcz K.xss ..... Pl'L',YI.!fFlIf XfV1I.I.I.xM LoNczw.x1'IiR . l'zcc-Prcszlimzf - Sm, CUHN ...,.. Tl'FlY.TIll'L'l' IRVING RULNICIQ . Sfcwfnry ,,W...,, 'K IN I'Il'TI'RE 1-'ROM THI' - r,IeF'1' TU RIGHT - 1'iI.V.Yf mum' Krumbein, Lfmgwater, Meyers. Scfonfd 1'mc': Mopa per, Rolnick, Rome. Tlrird Raw: Schrieber. f CHAPTER ROLL A 1916 5 G4 X. jg, If.-XTHANIEL KRUMBEIN, l'.l'E'SllllIlYll - - - NVasl1ingto11 X'.Xl.MURE Momfaw, FRESHMAN . -.-. Sz1va1mal1 VVILLIAM LONGWATER, Junior . . . . Savannah IRVING ROLNICK, Sopfzozzmru . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. SAMUEL D.-XVID MEYEIQS, Swziur - --.-- Columbus I'1UKY.XRIl JI-:RHMIQ Rom-3, Swfvfltllllflll' . . Fitc11bu1'g. Mass. JOE ScH1uc1BE1:, Senior La-zu - - . Brunswick "W ,YJ 41" 2 A ' 1 I I -KA Q . ., , er I H X ff 253 It VQLL -,L 4. 1 , Qg?'f,Ne1?LI3 I' ,, I ,52Q,l. A A tt, I A ', f-Mai fwfff. LJ .l WX Milt' V JC SM 'Wm A ' 'A fl? , . A ,f I Ia. ' '.AIIeiAf5w I., U lf I I fat I .- It 1l.'Z.4?.. I J W ,A . HEnJIilW A -.,,"I, In r A- 9 A 3, A -I ge ,,,,I Xe- it ,Q Tr 'I I A! 1. LMA " It ,WI QT A Wu' 'gitftl X3,lill3Li1. I VV. A. ABERCROMBIE, Sophomore EUGENE BARNES, Prvslznzan - - NELSON A. BENNETT, Soplzonzore PAUL E. BOZEIIIAN, Sophomore - JOHN C. BRASXN'liI,I., Frexlzznan . LLEWIELYN CORIJELL, lfreslziizan - . .... Tate -- - - - - - -Athens to Jtlpha Lambda Gan f 4 L Fourzdezl at Oglethorpe Uniziersity, Jtlanta, Georgia, in IQI6. Theta 2 Chapter was installed at the Unifoer- . sity of Georgia in 1928. 1 I I I I I IN I'IvTI.IRE FROM 'nw - LEFT T0 RIOIIT - lfirxt row: .'Xbt'l'C1'0lUhiC, Hennett, Bozeman, Brzlswell. Second roto: Cordell, Dale, Iivitt, Ham. Third row: i . , . , g Hightower, Hogan. R. C.,'HOgan, S. G., Jefferson, 'X ' R. L. 1 1 f 1 CHAPTER RULL ' ' ' 'Athems WILLIAM JACKSON DALE, Junior ----- - -Athens - - HHITWCU JAMES EDWARD EVITT, JR., Freshman Law - - Ringgold ' - ' - 5H11f01'd, Me. THOMAS BYRD HAM, JR., Jnnior -.--- . - .Atlanta LAWRENCE HARIKIS, Junior ---- - -Carteret, N. J. -A316115 CLINTON HIGIITOWER, Sophomore - . - -McDonough . - 5? ROBERT CLINTON HOGIXN, Senior . . - Lmcolnton M SPURGEON GRAVES HOGAN, Senior . .... . Lincolnton .94. . 'A .A JI.. ,V ,I ro Q J lr .X ?!2g'j,rg,1ii Jac, ,W J,,3, ,J I I fl,-, Rlollw VTT2fJZmVQQ3jTfyiJJl f J 4 A' M17 TWA I I RN 15511 C. ,El .I AI RI 'ni V. 1 I, , Q , V IJ' V .gfojmiljfe I lfQIfL,vff+ ff 5+ In Jw.: . I , f A-A FK? if ,3 A 1 ,5 ,, . ., Theta Cplmpter OFFICERS A CLINTON HOGAN ..... Regent JACK JDALE ....... Baron GEORGE T. MITCfHEI,I., Master of EI-CII. WILLIAM I. RAY, JR ..... S vribv FRANKLIN JEFFERSON . . Sofia! Scribe JACK ROGERS . . . . Ilordvzz FURBER MINCEY . . . . Smfirzvl . RICHARD E. PAULSON . . Clzoploin IN PICTURE FROM TOP - Ll-IFT To RIGHT - First rofu: Jefferson, W. F., Lawson, McDonald, Mmcey. Second row: Mitchell, O'Neal, Paulson, PerSellS. mil A , 1 , . I' Third row: Ray, Rogers, Scarborough, Treadaway. A CHAPTER ROLL ROBERT LOUIS JEFFERSON, Sophomore - - - Albany WILLIAM FRANKLIN JEFFERSON, Senior . - Albany HUGH THOMAS LAWSON, Sophomore . . . Nelson JOHN WILLIS MCDONALD, Junior Law - - . Fitzgerald JAMES FURBER MINCEY, Sophomore - . . - .Claxton GEORGE T. MITCHELL, JR., Freshman Law . - - Atlanta CHARLIE TREADAWAY, Frcslzman RUBEN HONVARD O,NE.XL, Soplzomorv . - . LaGrange RICHARD E. PAULSON, FVCSIIIIIIIII La-zu . . . Ames, Iowa LESTER HERLIIXN PERSELLS, Gradzzafa Sfudmzf . - Athens 'NVILLIAM T. RAY, JR., Sojvlzolnorv - Johnson City, Tenn. SAMUEL JACK ROGERS, fzmior .... - -Athens HIRAM KNOX SCARBOROUGH, Soplzomorc . . Comer - . - - .Thomaston 3 i 053 - A X 1 ik, V7 for ,Ip 9229- Q ri .1,'k X b . ' ' .ITIIU-If' ,2W.1f2Q!blNLl f M liViIS7ilYN lllmifxxxf fa , , ., A I-2' 17- A' el-I, A 'fig Ei'U"5 A 17 I I ' Y lil A . 3933 N TTFWM7 fe Ie. Il II f A ly 1 KID A I f 'rifles .Mil f I Aj linlffigu la Qigf' L y L+ L+? I" Y AW U Lili S IAMIL wfiiifaf-j:'ga""t l 4 LAIIRA ANDREWS, l'il'l'A'fIIllIlll - . lSI.lZ.XI3IiTH IARMSTRONG, .fzizzior . All'RIEL li.XRRHXY, FI'FSfZI1IU1l . . J LlCK'lNlPR.X PIELCIIER, 1:1'1'SlIllItIIl . . lX'lARY lTiIt'KIERS'l'.XI"F, .Sll7f7fIHllIUI't'- .'Xl.lIliRT.X lioo'I'II, 1'i1'F.X'!Ill ICIII- - - ANITA lill'l"l'S, S1lfvf10ll1Ul'l' ---.- SARAH NVIIITE CAI.I.AwAY, Junior . . . CARIILYN CARSIIN, Iefmvlzafiiffi .... Ros.x CARSIIN, Jznzior- LILLIAN CHANDLER, .S'c1z1'o1' . . . . WINIFREIJ CLARKE, Sojvlzmamrv- - . lVl.XDGE ljURDEN, Snplzozzmrv- - - . RIARY Conn ERWIN, Jzmior . NX Y 5""R W-, Q-.Ns-5 Thi QYXCLI Foznufed at Uiesleyzzn College, Ma- ron, Georgia, in 1852. Jlphfz zflljrlza Clzzzflter was insfzzflwl at the Univer- sify of Georgia in IQZI. IN I'Ie'I'L'RE ERoM TOP - LEFT TO RIGIIT - First row: Andrews, Armstrong, Barrow, Belcher, Bickerstaff. Svrofzii row: Booth, Butts, Callaway, Carson, C., Carson, R. Third row: Chandler, Clarke, Dnrden, Erwin, M. C., Erwin, M. L. Fourflz Vow: Field. Fiske, Fitzgerald, Forbes, Grayson. Fifth row: Hancock, Harley, Hill, Hopson, Hudson. SI..1'ffl rnfu: llnnt, Jacobs, J2ll'll3gll1.- CHAPTER ROLL - Ainericus . . Athens ' Savannah - Covington - - -Athens - Athens . . Monroe - Covington - Savannah - Savannah Swainsboro - . Douglas Swainsboro . - -Athens MARY LAMAR ERWIN Soplzonzorc ALICE FIELD, Soplzonzorc ---- HARRIET FISKE, fmzior ----- NANCY FITZGERALD, Soplzomore- LILLIAN FoRIzES, Soflzonzore - - EDITH GRAYSIIN, Smzior . . . FLORENCE HANCOCK, Junior- AIARY HARLEY, Sofvlzonzore - SARA HILL, Sofvlzonzorc- - ELLA HoPSoN, Soplzouzorv - . HENRI Jo HUDSON, Sophomore - SIDNEY HUNT, Soplzomorc - - - VIRGINIA JACOBS, Jimior- - - AGNES JARNAGIN, Freslzmau . . 1 1 . Athens - .Monroe . Augusta . Blakely - .Athens - Savannah Cartersville - .Athens . Athens - Newman . . Gray - Athens . Macon . Athens gm I P :' I 1 1-fx 111142111 X 1 , fwfr 1 1 RsSj1, HfJ1j1 1-.if 1 ,Y 'lj 1-ps , I vfv, o' I A I ,A ls-T ALJ-1 If M11-wtifl Jlllpha Qllplma Cilmapter CUFFICERS lXl.XRY N1VINsTON . . . KATHERINE NVILLIA Ms, 171' PATsY N1VOOIIROOF, .S'vm1I11' L.X'llRIil,l,li RlJl!PIlt'FSllN . liET'l'Y SCHILLINIQ . LILLIAN CHANIILER . M A RY M YERS .... f,Vt'Sl.tit'llf l ',-l'rc'.v. P 1'1'.s'1'cI'1'11 1' S1'C1'f'1'411'y T1'l'tI5lll't'1' Rcgisfrczr f1zsf111'I1I11 lVl.XkY :XLICE LIQOIYIN . Clziifw' liditm' IN l'lL"1'l'RI-I FROM TOI' - 1.1131-'T TU RIGHT - l'I1'.vf 1'11tu.' Johnston, King, Lawton, Legwin, Little. .hlfflllld row: Mcfurry, Meaclor, Myers, Neal, Newton. Tl11'1'd l'0'Zt'.' Nix, Phinizy, Robertson, Rollins, Rucker. Fnurflz rottu' Schilling, Scott, Shaw, Shipp, Spalding. Fifth 1'1m': Stzirhuck, Swann, West, J., West, L., XVhite. Sl.1'fll l'U'ZL'.' VVillizIIns, Wiiistoii, , 'xx 'if ,114 , ', M 'L YK! 'wx ' EV7? A I! LLM BI lull J-.N 7, 'AI 1- A 1,51 Lf, 4 1 1 11,1 'li,l.i il i 1 ,, 1 1 , ' l IE fl li 4 I. 4 , , A 1 , L ff, Y, CHAPTER ROLL XVOOclrOOf. 1 1 1 ELLALENI1 JOHNSTON, J11111'm- . . . Ft. Lzniclerdale, Fla. SARA KING, J11111'0r ...... ...... C ovington JEANETTE LAXVTUN, F1'v.vl11111I11 - - - Szwzinnah MARY LALICH LIZGWIN, 5011101-. .Augusta LEE LITTLE, J111I1'I,1- ..... . Louisville DA1sY MCCVRRY, S0pl1o111o1'c ---- . . Hartwell BELLE SCOTT lVlEAIJOR, Sof1!1O111111'c. . .Atlanta M.XRX' MYERs, !1111iI11' ---.--. ..-. , Athens RAE NEAL, 1'll'I'SlIll1UlI ..... -College Park .ANNA NENN'TlJN, F1'csl1111a11 .... . . -Madison MARY ELIZABETH Nix, F1'z'.vl111Iu11 . - Athens LAURIE ANN PHINIZY, Fl't'Sflll1tlIl - - - Athens LATRELLI-1 ROBERTSON, Sczzior - . - . . Atlanta SUE RULLINS, SOplz0111O1'c - - . .Dalton 97. Lki, 'W NIEI,l,IIE RITIQER, f:l'l'SfIIllfllI - - BETTY SL'HILl.INl1, Sop11n1111,1'I' CI1NS'l'.XNL'li ScOTT, S11f1lm111111'1' - NIICTA SHAXY, .S'opl111111I11'u - - SARA SHIVII, J11111111' ----- PATsY SIfAI.OINc:, Suj1!1o11111rv - FRA NcEs STTXRBUL' IQ, .S'nf1!1O111nrf DOROTHY SIYANN, 1:I'0SllIlItIII - JEAN XVEST, J1111im' ---- LAURA XVEST, SOpl1o111111'v - - BERNIQE XVHITE, 5I1p1111111111'v - IQATHIQRINIE XVILLIAMS, Sc11:111' - MARY XVI N sTON, 51111 im' -.-- PATSY W'OOIIROoIf, f1llli0l'- . - :Athens . Marietta - ..-Athens - Vulclostn . ,Xmericns . .-Atlanta . .Atlzlnta - Covington . . Macon . -'lll10l1l1lSO11 Lzxlielancl, Flu. . . . Monroe . .Athens . .Newman ,A . A Q15 jfllpxf uh tl fx' 7 -ls,Ii'iQ . - pf-L9-546, A it AQ? -yvfigi rlilllilii-lfxxx Q, Ie.-5.5 Y, In , ff'-xy ,Vu -YJ-'11 , ,I-IND , -, Q- ALJ, ", ' ','I ,X fi-V V H! I Ax -Qlritfillir EH- o 'sifei't'Ni'fif " X9 W ' ff if l it X -RTPW A -JI?-aft fl:-L--f A? ff l-A Qi A K igiigziiifi - A,,I'!i.7b-,fIlllf1i?elwQ nf! CORNELIA ARVENITI, Soplzoniore- l'.MILY ALEXANDER, Senior -.-- CARO LAMAR DUBIGNUN, Sojvlzonzore WINNIITIQED BOWERS, Junior --.. JANE BRIM, Senior -.--- - - MANIT.X BULLUCK, Graduate- - SARA BURTON, Soplzonzore - - ELIZABETH CAMP, Sopfzoniore- - lVlf'lNTl-IZ CAMPBELL, Fresfinzon- MARY CRANE, Junior ....... EMMA KATE CURTIS, Soplzonzore - . VIRGINIA DAVIS, Junior ---.-. lVlARY STARK DAVISON, Sophomore - BESS DUNCAN, Senior ...... MARGARET ELLIOTT, Senior - - - Glu Qmega .,-. .Founded atthe Lfnnwwwhy ofilrkan- sas in 1895. flfu Beta Chapter in- staUed at the lfniwennty of Cieorgia in 1922. 'il' we 'W' IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LI-:ET T0 RIGHT - First row: Arveniti, Alexander, DuBignon, Bowers, Brim, Bul- lock. Second row: Burton, Camp, Campbell, Crane, Curtis, Davis. Third row: Davison, Duncan, El- liott, Ferguson, Fielis, Frick. Fonrtlz row: Good- f win, Gramling, Grimes, Gulley, Hamby, R., Hamby, T. Fifth row: Hodgson, Holst, L., Holst, M., Howard, Jester, Kimbrell. Sixth rote: Larsen. f CHAPTER ROLL - - Cordele FRANCES FERGUSON, Junior . - - Spartanburg, S. C. . . . Forsyth MARTHA FIELIS, Freslznzan - - ' - New York, N. Y. . Miami, Fla. DIARY VIRGINIA FRICK, Senior . . . Little Rock, Ark. . .Athens ETHLYN GOODWIN, Sofvlzonzore -----.- Greensboro - -Reidsville CLAIRE HEI-EN GRAMLING, Sophomore ---- Savannah - - Athens DOUGLAS GRIMES, Freslznian ------ - - Athens - - Lavonia JENNIE ELIZABETH GULLEY, Senior - - - - Sylvester - - - - . Atlanta RACHAEL HAMBY, Freslznzan - - - - - - Smyrna - - - - - -Athens THERESA STEPHENS HAMBY, fnnior- . - .Smyrna Woodbury, Conn. JOSEPHINE HODGSON, Junior .-.-- - .Athens - - -College Park LOUISE HOLST, Senior ----- - -Cuthbert - - - Blakely MARGUERITE P. HOLST, Junior - - - Cuthbert - - - - Athens CATHERINE HOWARD, Soplzoinore - - - . Atlanta -Buena Vista MARY ALICE JESTER, Jnnior- . - - -Athens . . . . . . Augusta DOROTHY KIMBRELL, Freslznzan - - - - Athens SARA VVARD LARSEN, Jnnigr . . . . . . . . .Millen , I, . 'TAI , 1' 'iltlglj I ,TN all .4-ch 'IJ fx f YYY, I .lt v II I si II cf., ,wi " AJ ll!! il 'W W ,lift fi ls l ' f Q ll f 4 'M,,t,2 95,7 rl.-. If L ', ,-M5 ,, 1 I f AA !kkM5 fyfetttl, ' f Lim. ,XIX If my X H, ff l ' L-- I " l nt 'IIA C lf Q-'1fi.jQl lx if ' QYXCM, iBeto Ghapter OFFICERS IQATHERINE ROGERS ELEANUR PRYoR . JI-:ANNIE GULLEY . LOUISE HOLST . . ELIZABETH CAMP . TI-iERI-ISA HIXAIISX' . NIARY ALICE JESTER . . PrI'.vI'dvI1f . Vivo-l'I'cs1'dvt11' . . Sm'I'vfcIry . . Tl'CllSIlJ't'1' . Rifzfal Offircr . . . Ilvrold . Ci0l'I'C'.S'f701ldC'llf IN PIUTIYRE I-'RoM Tor - Llil-'T T0 RUQIIT - First row: Lott, Maddox, Martin, F., Martin, S., May. .3't'vo1Ia1 row: Morrow, Myers, F., Myers, H., Newell, Nor- man. Third row: Parker, Parks, Pryor, Puckett, Randall. Fourth row: Redding, Reid, Rogers, Rotmtree, Slaton. Fifth rote: Smith, L. I., Smith, H., Sparks, Stanton, Stephens. Sirflz row: 'l'rim- ble, Turner, Walker, VVise, Yow. CELIA LOTT, funior ..-.. ELLEN MIXDDOX, Freslznzan- FRANCES MARTIN, Frmlznzan SARA MARTIN, Sofvlzonzorc- - ETTA MAC MAY, Junior- - . ALICE MORRONV, Soplzonzorv - FRANCES MYERS, Junior . . . HELEN MYERS, Junior -... MARY MIXNDERVILI.E NEWELL, CLAUDIA NORMA N, Soplzonzorr AILEEN PARKER, Soplzonzorv - ELLA PARKS, Frcslznzan - - ELEANOR PRYOR, Senior. . . SOPIIUIIIOVC DOROTHY PUCIQETT, Frcslznzan -.-. RELA BROWN RANDALL, Soplzonmrp . ANNE REDDING, Senior . - . Y 1 'N .M ,I tv. , I 1 , Mfg- A ' ' A ,., , Y, I' ,rf It fx 'L I, , -', 'Ii i Il iv It I f 7, 1 it si L' ,l I lf ii i A ,"Q' lvl! X ' X Ai' 3 1 J, 95 l CHAPTER ROLL . . Monroe . . Rome . .Carlton Flemington Montezuma . . Athens - .Doerun . . Albany - Carrollton VVashington - Waycross - -Newnan - Smithville Fort Gaines - -Atlanta - . Moultrie josEI'HINE REIII, Junior ---.--- - Cuthbert K.XTHERINl4i VALENTINE ROGERS, Svltior .Demorest XVILLII-I PEARL RUUNTREE, S0111-I7l' - - . - - Stimmitt HELEN SIIEEEII-:I.II, Soflzonzorv . . Ameriens lX"lARGARI-IT HILL SLATIIN, Junior - Washington HIXRT SMITH, I"rc.v1zn1tIn .--- . . Athens LAURA ISAREL SMITII, Junior- - -Athens lXfl.XRY PACIQER SMITH, Iinxvlzfzztizz - -Atlanta lVlARG.XRET SPARIQS, .S'v1I1'or - - - -Blakely FRANc'Es STANTnN, F1'v,vlIImI1t ----- - Atlanta lXl.XI3EL CHAIIWICIQ STEPIIENS, .S'0fIlIo11InrI' .... .Athens li2I.IZAl-IICTH 'l'RIMI:I-E, Senior ---... . Adairsville LULA TURNER, Frcslznzan - . - . - - Newman RUTH VVALRER, Senior- - - Cochran SARA VVISE, fnnior - . - -.'Xlll6l'lCllS RUTH Yow, S0f71Z0lIl01'C - - - Martin ,Q , 1' . -R 1 4 a 9 y , l . X ,. xx , M. A1521 libil fi' ' . If .flu-ifif' Ayr Ll I ' lv' inf " 'ff'la',R?f"C' ev !I A I If lj cf? gL1s?i,l-5 l! ' Al ff lm Qi J 541-Lie- a-4.4, U ML.-W ' Ax 9 lp I . an 1, t'l4A.Qblp- Q' Vw.:-I - Ii ' Xu.,-QAQKJ 'fl JEAN rXRMlSTEAIJ, fnnior - LEssIE RAIL!-IY, Senior . FRANcEs BI-:NroN, Jn1.ior . . VIRQINIA BERRY, IIHHYIIIIILIII- A A1 EI,IA BLANCII ARII, Junior MRs. LoIiIsIc BRADLEY, Senior lX4.XRY BRooRs, Senior .... Q3l'IIl.X CoI.I.IER, Sofvlzoizznro - NIQLI. CoRNEr'r, Junior. . . ,as Q54 P' if 1263- Tl, Ijiqffi ' '4fQilj,f2eif A, N .iiixx kpfii V IM L mv XX mm, F,-., -, P A VIIX -gi l ,nfQx 5 Bl,-W ,:- filo , 5, ll ll i fiiIIIliiil.!'A. .Ililla Cflllplma Cgamma fDeltoL Founzlezl at SyI'l1l'llSf' Uni1'ersi!y in IQOJ. Gnmnza Jlplza Chapter zuas I'S1'flbli.fllf'!1Ilf the l,Zlli7'Fl'Sifj' of Geor- gia in 1923. IN l'IL'TL'RE IfRoM 'I'oII - I.liF'l' 'Io RIoH'I' - 1"i1'st roto: Arniistead, Bailey, Benton, Berry. Scronii rozu: Blanchard, Bradley, Brooks, Collier. Third row: Cornett, Cundy, Dawson, Dixon. 1'lOZl7'1'll row: Dun- lap, lfpps, Fields, Flanders. Fifth row: Fowler, Fullbright, Gnann. CHAPTER ROLL - -Crawford FRANCES CUNDY, 17i'L'S1l1l1U11 - . - Atlanta SARA IJAVVSON, Junior . . - .jefferson lNEz lJIXUN, Frvslznmn . - - . Crawford CELESTIA DUNl..AP, Senior - - - Crawford EVELYN EPPS, Sofvlzonzorv- - . . . .Athens JANE FIELDs, Sofvlzonzore- v . . Lexington VIVIAN FLANDERS, Sonior - - - . Colbert FRANCES FowI.ER, Senior - - - - - - - . - - - -Athens EI-oIsE FULLBRIGHT, Soplzonioro CLAIRE GNANN, Iircslznzan. . ....... Stillwell 1 1 1 - - Atlanta Woodstock - Savannah . Atlanta - - Athens Montezuma - Soperton . . Athens - - NVinder xx R ,flat ,jiri 1 H aff, ii I - ,-, QtJeT"Il,1Vvfl Pi ,I 'I R All ' 1 HI ,I f 'M' Y Y 'IT -if N1 fjiqkjl Q.-J . ,VLf,,,'lV7,ff?iwfxYW' f l X . Maw: flffa I I L I Ili . I l xjjf ---v 1, 1 I" l f III VXA Gamma Ghapter OFFICERS f5,l2S:,Q,X,.iLa,1.- , 3.Q9s fgijfk-J "1 1 ,xv f,..-'vvs K'-1.5 WMA Fld, , ' ' x 5 . t 1.-- -sa Ni 4 Q-fb, '- rj '. Ti- FR.xNt'Es FowI.ER .... Pwsiiiczzt AUGUSTA PIKE . Fzrxf Ivift'-fJI't'5idCl1f ELOISE SETTLE . . Scmizri l'1c'c-PI'vs. FRANCES BENTIIN . . . IQATHERINElA4ClVIll.I..XN . . . St't'1't'fllI'j' Tl't'tISlH'UI' IN PIIETURE I-'RUM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Groover, Hale, Holder, Loliin. Second Vatu: Mac- Millan, Parker, Perkerson, Pierce. Tlzira' row: Pike, A., Pike, N., Robson, Settle. Fourflz row: Sinipson, Smith, Suttles, Swann. Fifth row: Thomas, Walcleii, Wiilliaiiis. CI.AUDI.Ix GROIIVER, Smzinr. ALICE H.Xl.E, Jzmzbr ---- NIARIORIE SUE HCJI.IJER, fznziof' . LUCY LOFLIN, Jzznioz' ..-.... KATHERINE MC'MIl,I,IXN, Sofflwnzorc LOLA PARKER, Savior ....-. . DOROTHX' PERKERsoN, Snplzozzznre - KITTY PIERCE, fzmioz' ---.- AUGUSTA PIKE, Senior- - 1 1 ,ax UW 'r'i'- 4 7, ' "I , fr SA. i 'ef,i'JE"f.f 1 . I.. J I ,' I .gl -Y L' i , " . ,, , ,fb X3 , Jw E. I 1 Qt 4 R , lf Y' ...LQHEEEQI -. , W. Qt, 4 .f - Q.-- UF' Z S CHAPTER ROLL . Toccoa . Fitzgerald - Jefferson - - Savannah . . .Atlanta - -LaGrange - .Austell - Atlanta - - - - .LaGrange N.'XT.Xl,X'N PIKE, Smzinr. SARA IQUBSON, Snfilzoalznn' - l2I.oIsE SETTLE, Senior - . LoUIsI-1 S I M I'soN, Sofilmnzorc ETHEI, SMITH, Jzmfor - . - SARAH SI'TTI.ES, l71'I's!z11IIII1 PEGGY SWANN, fzmior - - JESSIE 'I'Hom.xs, Snplzozzinlx' JULIA VVALIIEN, Gracizzaff- HEl-EN VVII.I,IAIvIs, Sofvlzonzorc -.------- Athens - - Lafi range . . Athens - Atlanta . Athens . lflberton . Atlanta . .Atlanta Montezunia - Stapleton 1 Y,,, JI i t I , r I-NVQ, -Nw qglriit 15 IQJQSEE J Q ff ,rtalmtfh qI,,3,b O . W.l,Ik-if 5 xt I Z Y ,R IV I . 3 I L ' JK I' 1 -XI! rt fx 'Cu , ffl n-X ff .X IX J J gl1,'!fmYjlH'Q1' fig- .- I 4V V K-,h5: if QM? l lt I7 V X A? rf it L- E I "' if A MN lib , , jg.. ,, fl XA A EBM, C hs,lfA,i5f:.t, ,'fi,e1g.k,j4Zb-'lv-A-T .. rt K qv, I .1 ,k A rl" XFPJJ' K ,., . +7g.f'gfi5r' Q' . H" ,ALICE :ANGEL ALLEN, FITSXIIIIUII . . NIARY AYCOCK, Sofilmuzarv- - - .AUIIIE BENTLEY, Snplzonmrc- - IDULLY BENTLEY, Jznzior . . . JosEI'HINIf: BONII, SCIIIDUV- - EMMIE BRAGG, Suplzolfzww - - IDURUTHY ANN BURNS, Smzinr. . ! . Kappa fDelra F0ll7Ilff'l1 at fha Virginia State Nor'- mal St-hool, Farmifille, Virginia, J lfl 1897. Sigma I hi Chapter was estab- lishea' at the Uniifersity of Georgia in 19.24, IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Allen, Ayeock, Bentley, A., Bentley, D. Sevond ro-zu: Bond, Bragg, Burns, Chandler. Third row: Crawford, Crockett, Dyal, Evans. Fourth row: Glascoek, Hannnond, Helmly, Hemphill. Fifth row: Hightower, Hill, House, Johnson CHAPTER ROLL - . Atlanta - - Monroe - . Augusta . . Augusta . . Athens .......Gray Greenwood, S. C. CAROLYN CHANIILER, FITSXIIIILIII - - - -..-- Athens JANET CR.xwFORII, S0f71l0lIIOl'L' - . . . Athens lvl.-XRY VVILL CROCKETT, .Fl'FSflIIItlll . . . -Atlanta 1 1 v EMILY DYAL, fzuzior- - - - Woodbine lWCDOUGALL EVANS, Junior- - - -Atlanta VIOLET GLASCOCK, Senior- - . - Waycross ELEANOR GLOVER, fzmior ----- Gainesville M.ARION HAMMOND, Sophonzorc- - - - Savannah CLARA HELNIY, Senior ..----.. - - Savannah JOSEPHINE HEMPHILL, Sophomore- - - -Griffin KATHERINE HIGHTONVER, Soplzonzore - - Cedartown MARY LOUISE HILL, funior ---. - Columbus RUTH HoUsE, Junior- . . - -Savannah 'N f ,,a'N 'I , ff Af 41 A ll., fi? KJV l I ,ifl4Qv'f , 1 'V-4','K'1f f gg., , ,147",l,y1IoD4 rs' A ff 11-A 11's ' if R: 4, X QYAWH V ,il ly .X A E l f 45 ' 4 X M, Q' f R Ami f,wr,1e1 if v li I fdiwikifw AAA-AL All V X ' ,Sigma Thi Ghapter OFFICERS DOROTHY BURNS . McDoUcALL EVANS . LOUISE ROBERTS . NELL JOHNSON . . MAROUERITE POXVELL . IJ7'U.S'idt'llf ive-Pz'i'siI1'ciit . Si'Crc'fary . Trmzsiiiw' . lfdiflll' IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Krenson, Malone, McElheny, McGukIn, McNeal. Second row: McRae Means, Miller, Penland, ! Trice, Turner, Upchurch. Fifth row: Wiel1rs. NELL BOLING JOHNSON, Soplzoinore - MARTHA KRENSON. Senior - - DORIS MALONE, Froslznzan . - FRANCES MCELHENY, Senior LOIS MCGUKIN, Senior - - RUTH MCNEAL, Senior. . . ISABEL MCRAE, Soplzonzore- ELIZABETH MEANS, Junior- . CLARICE MILLER, Soplzoniorc MARY RUTH PENLAND, Senior FLORENCE POWELL, Junior - vu 'Q' ,ff ',RS Zfilv. J. ,581 I Powell, F. Third row: Powell, M. Purcell, Rice , . Roberts, Robinson. Ponrflz row: Spencer, laylor, i 1 L CHAPTER ROLL , - - Athens - - - - . Savannah . . .Atlanta - . Monticello - - Hartwell - -Ellaville - -Savannah - - Athens - - Columbus - . E.l1ijay - - Griffin NIARGUERITE POWELL, Senior. . BERNICE PURCELL, Senior . . LIDIIY RIcE, Soflionzore - LOUISE ROBERTS, Senior- - - MARION RCJISINSKFN, Frcslinion. MARGARET SPENCER, Senior . . LUCILLE TAYLOR, Soplzonzorv- MX'RTLE TRICE, fnnior ----- NIARY FRANCES SFURNER, Junior NIT-XRY DELIA LTPCHURCH, fnnior ELIZABETH VVIEHRS, fnnior- - - - Griiiln . Cochran . Elberton - . Athens - Savannah - Savannah - .Atlanta Thoinaston Fitzgerald . .Athens - Savannah G, Q 35' A :f ' N 15 f.1'f ' ,1'11313lfWfEI55Wl1l Iwxll lil ? ' 111 31319. 11:1 1 f 1 1 X f ,1 lI,,,lll I T51 N 1f1'f2f5ff'X6f mx 1,1,1Q., 'lf Nl, If-"Z, I 'A' 1' 1 3 .A Qlrj' N l 10 R' x ' 5 X7 , 1' LIL N51 ,lx XIX xl NN f C 'XD I Qfzllplma Sigma 'Phi 190111111611 Ill' the lflIiZ'f'l'.S'if-1' of Georgia in 1927. OFFICERS IRENE FEL11M.1xN .... 1'1'vsi1iu111 HEI,EN GEFFEN . . . S01'1'1'l111'y Im Mouul. . . . T1'easz11fe1' ' if , f q 517 IN 111c1'U1zE F1mM 'mv - 1.1iF'1' TO R1u11T - 1'11'st row: I I 5 Feldman, 151116, Licueu. .S'1'1'c1111l rozu: Harris, Has- . Q Z Hb I kin, Mogul. ll1ll'I'lf 1'1fzy: Slutiu, Stein, W11e11sky. Qxq N Sl S Qvxbk- rv Q ht' 4-JW pf Jn Il I sf Q UH! do I1412N1-: F1:1.11MAN, J1111io1' . . . Cl1:11'lQst1m, S. C. ESTHICR I-IAs1i1Ns, ,S'11f1f111111n1'r - - - MHCOIT IJOROTHYFINIZ,Fl'C5f11lIlIIl- . ..-. SfIVZ'llIlIfll1 Im IVIOGUI., 111111111 ----- - Atlallfll II121.1:N G1i1f1f1iN. .5'njvl1o111111'a . . .Atlzmtza RITA S1,oT1N, .S'11j1!1n11111rp . . . . - Suva1111al1 ANN1z'1"1'1-: I-l.x141z1S, f1111i111f ------------ Ocilla C11A1z1.o'r'r15 STEIN, f:l'C'S1llIlClII- - - Atlanta M 11.1.15 VVILENS KY, 1770511111011 - ---. SZlV3.11l121l1 ,- 41 P!! I S fa, W. f H25 Qzifii 5 .i . t.H4iiQgf?fiW?ii5WXh WV N NW!! fjivligkf jlivflf, ' ffrtgf,Ii,K, Q, W j Vw te,-HY it ff iw KLM Qilpha Wham , . l'x0llIl1lf'I!!lf ilu' ff111Z'1'1'.s'1I1' of Cnforglll h11931. CIFFICFRS M.x1eY M.x1e1:U'r . . l'1'vs1'dm1f E1.E.xNnR :XILXMS . . I'in'-l'1'vs1'r1'm1z' NHLLE XVuun , . .S'm'rvtury-Tram:rm' IN 1'In'Tl'1u5 Iflum 'nw - L1-:Fr 'ru lcnswr - lfirxf nrzu: Aclznns, Bowen, Carter, Conger, Ginn. Svvmzzi rmu: I-iuclgsoii, Hogan, Joiner, Manghznn, Marbut. Tlzird 1'0'It'.' Moseman, Montgomery, O'Fz1rrell, Qclnni, Ritchie. Fozzrtlz rozv: Sayers, Seymour. Shankle, H., Shzlnkle, R., Story. Fifth l'0'Ik'.' Tihhs, NVilli- ford, Woocl. f T211-:.xN0R G, Anxms, .S1l'II1'I7l'- NELLIE BUWEN,S4'I1f0I" - - Gmkczu C.x1z'rE1e, Soplzmfmzv- H1-:1-1aN CUNQER, Jzmim-. . . NINA MAE GINN, 1:1'L'.YfIl1ltlll . HJXIQRIETT Ho1mGsuN, fzzniur . VIN'IAN Huc:.xN, Junior. . SARAH JOINIQR, Scazim' ---- ELIZABETH MJXNGHANI, Svnzm MARY MARUUT, Junior .... ELrzix1:1zTH MOSEM1XN, Svfzim' ---.--.- 1 ,J Mm A41 ,fl . 1 " '1y'4 ' . 3-' me Lian' 'ff L '-I 'N I A Y Y I gli Y 4 1 give , jj'-if if Wi arf., 19' '-rim f x- ' 1 W I-X1 1 4 , 4 KJ mr 44 CHAPTER ROLL LaGrange Aniericns . Athens . Peniielcl . Athens - Athens Lexington Savannah Aniericus - Athens - Atlanta NELLE NVUUD, S0f7l1l0III01'f' - IJu1w'1'11Y IXIUNTHMIIQIQY, Fl't'.Y1llllllI1 M.xR'rH.x fyF.XRREl.I., .Sl'111'fu'. - 'l',xLI.L'I..xH Olwxl, .S'ufvl1n11n,rv C'iI2NEV,x RITcH1E, Supllnllzorv- - IEVEINN E. SAYERS, Sfllitll' - - M.xRG.x1zET J. SITYMIDUR, Junior - Ii.-XRRIIi'1"I' SHANIQLI-3, SUf"1I0l1IUl't' RUTH SH.XNIil.E,S1'lIf0l' - - - M,xR'rH.x CART:-:R Sway, Scazim' - - - M.xRc:1r: Tnnss, Sczziur .-.-- Mixieczixiam XfVn.I-11foRn, Svzzior. - . - . - - -Athens Connneree . .Athciis Covington Commerce Columbus . Iflhertun Crnnmerce Cunnnerce . . Athens Great Fallx, S. C. . Madisfvn 271 Axial 1 VF Ljflf LEU GY Malik A I N W l ill! J-Lak 'X gr In -W70- r 'fax 3 ', ,oi AC' IL,-fix YI, If ,MIL 11:6 Y , A xx RZMKQQ 'El Q -'Wf' ,L if cfw ,J "WI 456 'Sl tri. , -, ,IQ ' ' ,I --. ' N -1 I ,I I4 Iv-jf., 4 I I 3 A V SQ ,flifjii FZ? 17,72 U A " N, " il 'ii I '13, Living rw- I A ruff. N I xl br ELLA 'ly If ,f7,f4I,fN f, Q35 in , I, I 4 mm QIITQ X ,vfipgaf .FK xii, I ff lr X We , L R III EAI L Ifilfa erfv--an Q ""R" W " 7 "-ft w-Kfu 'Viv 'dw LVCILE BROVVN, Sophomore - ITIARRIETT CoI.EY, Sojilzonzore - - - SUSANEI, CR.xwIfoRII, Soplzonzore- IRORIS DAVIS, lfrexlizzzazz ---- LUCY PoIINI1 HIIIIIQINS, Senior- - - IQATHERINE Mc'CIxI.L,x, Soplzonzore CHARLUTTE NIX, Senior .--.. , ' We' " 15. 55, . if -I' ' rf ii tara ' f,:,53.g5,su , f, N F? Q R N j , 5,3 ' V. 4? 1 xr, I .J nw M Qllpha 'Delta 'Pi F o u I1 fl e 11 at Wfesleyan College, fllaeorz, Ga., fllay 15, 1851. Beta Nu Chapter was installed at the Uni- versity of Georgia in 1933. IN PICTURE FRIIM TOP - LEI-'T TO RIGHT - First row: llrown, Coley, Crawford, Davis. Seeond row: Hug- gins, McCalla, Nix, Slaton. Third row: Traywlck, Verner, Von Sprecken, Wilson. 1 1 CHAPTER OFFICERS SUSANEL CRAVVFORIJ . . . President IQATHERINE MCCALLA . Vice-President DORIS DAVIS . Secretary HIXRRIETT COLEY . . . Cor. Secretary -IoSEIfHINIi VON SPRECKEN . Treasurer CHAPTER ROLL . - Atlanta . . Atlanta . Toccoa . . Macon - - Athens - - Middleton Sanford, Fla. EVELYN SELLERS, Graduate - - - - Birmingham, Ala. SARAH SLATON, Freshman . - - - -.--- Jackson MILDRED SFRAYWICK, Sophomore - - - - Commerce DOROTHY XKVERNER, Sophomore ---- - - - - Commerce JOSEPHINE VON SPRECKEN, Sophomore, Fort Worth, Tex. GRACE WILSON, Freshman ..---...-. . Athens FCDGTBALI. ARDLY had frenzied rushers clamped pledge buttons on be wildered rushees when King Foot ball demanded the limelight. Steady exercise since early Sep tember had gradually been sup planted by heavier, more exact- ing football drills when red capped freshmen trooped down to Sanford stadium to stare wide- eyed at the much heralded foot- ball heroes. Still more vigorous work had continued through the arrived, 8: another crew of stalwarts was ready to malce Georgia football history. Supplying no Von if Gammon, no Bob qw McWhorter, no startling sopho- 'fx' ,X mores of F223 Xs.flXQ:ss,,Y '29the sea- Mfrs-QM Q son never- 1 , ff' ' theless had Ads. 'I lf 1 .f 4""" 122.0 mn-r-ml first weelcs of school prepared the squadforan- other trying schedule. Final polishing placed a team, composed largely of sophomores, on the beautiful turf of Sanford stadium for the first game. Football season had definitely HQS thrills a plenty 84 brilliant plays in abundance. No ordinary taslc is the retelling of a season's football exploits. No mere collection of fig- ures is the final story. Keen insight into the breaks of the game, psychology of the play- ers, condition of the opponents is necessary for retelling the epic that is a football season. Requirements of the task suggested the author of '32's football resume. Gle Timer, widely-read sports commentator of the Atlanta Journal consented to review the season of '32. Close to Georgia tradition since the days he attended the University as Edwin Camp, he lcnows football generally, Georgia football particularly well. IQ33 PANDORA appreciates his interest in his Alma Mater 84 his willingness to co-operate 8: is happy to present his review of the season. ,107, A: W X 1, . L . h N U .4 ! A Q- wh f 5 X, o o Q l -l - P-l o QEQWJ ' 1 A . ff' ' xl W xfllfil --QPR l l .Q ,ww of o Ll-.A o M A l X an l NRXX ' J!g-lZ,AfLMVl!f.YLilfZ'V1 Al W 1, IN X Lf ,'fq'iiXt, X NNN M V 1 V -- A X' J J ' A fx-512, Qfzltlmletic UCI-IICKH SHIVER Rx-:X IiNu1czH'r TED TWOMEY End. Coaclz Baslcvflmll A-lssisfarzt Coaflz Football Coarlz H .xmw All-QIIRI-I lfmrflvull Cflllfll Cr,.x1:12Nc1z JONES XV1u,I,xm WHITE Y'l'u1'11v1' llaxclnzll Coavlz DR. S. V. SANFORD Gcorgials Football Tcaclzers Universily President ' iQQl,-l,,Lgg lf ,Q SA , - A Nj in C,5f,T-Q71 w 1? ff' f,2fN V , X Af j gg .f l l I, A. ima, Q ffl? - U '5 Af lf! We,?,'kEf1wfff gf f lf, N 'Egg Q!! fwlxlkH521-1Fj?,,fo1LAo f 1 V1 'Q KF j ll 'SQ lf ffl l l Q Y ' ,J ff CW l W ill Q f .108. 5 jfs Q. ,uw ,Y?Q'1'g' 4,-Wg' ' U . x Y J'f2'gfJL ,' -5, ,, , , X' X 'V' - X 'A 4-'K ' 2 f JN 'fl I Cfjq -k W fx' 139 'MJWQ5 W ' 1' if I 'REU ' W Y f1. 4 wf'v 'mx 1 XXX QM g,25i j.fygy4L4ff W U ,M :f ig Af W N6 jj i !f f! , QL' Q, ff qQm5:f-W +1 -- 17 ff M uf M- ' : '-Q W ww A 2, -- VVEEMS BASKIN XIERNUN SMITH JOHN RRKLXIINAX Travis Coach -4S.S'iSf0lIf flssisfazzt Football f'wUr7ff7tlH ' Coavh Cuurlz h 4 11IiRM.XN J, S'l'Ii1iIiM.XN Cfvzzvml . lflzfvfzl' l1z'1'n'Im' CAPT. E. XV. Grml:0l.1m I.uC1'n,vsv Cmlrlz Q '7 , , 1 vii , ' 4, ' "'-'nd - , ' 4 xx 3 DR. yV' Q' PAYNE II'11iff'-Sza'catv1'c'd Clzevr Lvadvl' Cullazvay 6' Faculty C1miy,,,a,l of Afjllegifs Da1'k-S'zUCa!c1'cd fzmiul' Clzvcr Lmdcr Du-z'1',v If T N, K fi M N1 fx. iw ff' -wi ,ffm ",f:5g5:4Yfjg? x' , Lmnfl, dx I 12' 145 AXJQ -YQ1 NNxQ,X'hVf V4 Y, i fyqyq pb Z j N 'YHY' QL .wygigii v:'E1?xL J Kylix 543 W X X X " P X 'WL fm +LiL2Q 5 I dk 4?4i',9 I mr V- UQ fy f N wi Q, 1 m II V if 1 Q J vfjr ' H KT i 109 ti ,ga fQQ ga W ' il 5254 ' x egiiitikywffswfiwtm ll tl f T if lv "lim-llx fi i. , 4 lilrh 1 A ea,-A it ff it if if a i ii i i Q at CAPTAIN MCNV HORTFR LUIHVIG a drizzling afternoon at Athens, X Georgia's season ended with a scoreless stalemate in the ankle-deep mire of Georgia Tech's Grant l E3 at C , i 5,351 Qle Cfffimer TATISTICALLY the football season of 1932 was the poorest in Georgia's post- bellum record: five games were lost, two were tied 81 only two won. The teams beaten were poor Florida 31 even more unfortunate Field. The teams to which Georgia lost were, in order, Virginia Polytechnic, Tulane, Vander- bilt, New York University 31 Auburn. A natural conclusion from mere reading of the record would be that the campaign was a failure, a "flop", in the chaste language of the campus. Nearly everybody else beat the two teams which Georgia was able to overcome, 81 many had beaten the two which Georgia could only tie. " num ,H--V - T 1 3: Y 1 Clemson. While the Bulldogs defeated Flori- if - da, the Gators scored two touchdowns SZ A were leading twice in the game Clemson was Vplnlhp 4 A unable to stop the Georgia attack, yet counted three touchdowns, gaining enough ground to VETTER DYKES win the average game. North Carolina eked out a 6 to 6 tie on +C ',-W a A f f X s CD ,tr a is 'rf' fa .fx , e r f f w, , W all QQ fbi? al l if X ' U ' T ll T llkilll .11O. !1 ,I .fx A it ,eq 3 K , i iay1'5?e asf: W f J ai a W3 M5 H41 ' rw fulfil hilly VW, is f vfgx faflitff-JM? fills Qi e i f li M ' 'w'CL4 fi fri f'9e""' Yet, during the season 81 in retrospect, the feeling of this observer was that it was an interesting 85 fruitful campaign. It furnished thrills a-plenty to partizan fealtyg many plays of supreme beauty, many moments of inspir- ing battling, 81 not one incident to bring re- gret or shame. In the four big games the efforts of the team against far more talented opponents fairly captivated the spectators. The perse- vering attack 81 the undying spirit which yielded four touchdowns against the Green Wave-more potent that day than it ever PARKS Pigkkixsox ,-.-. K. :lf alps? , af . : 1. ' ""f2f , , ,' s Lf f ' ig! V s 1 ,,. ig, 'Qs I 'fi .M W' V, V ' iifw 'img K t, '. f'3'e?gEcW2' ,, - - was later-won the admiration of every one in Tulane stadium. Vanderbilt, New York University 81 Auburn were all outplayed for a half by the green Georgians Sl esteemed themselves lucky when they finally prevailed over youth 81 inexperience. No team was able to beat Georgia by a margin greater than one touchdown, 8: against Vanderbilt, New York University 81 Auburn, Georgia was attacking with terrific JOHN BROWN HAZLEHURST force 81 bidding for victory in the closing moments. Measured by the yardstick of reasonable gage mba f T SR, fr ,fgxx wx, - :I ll yy Au i Mfg Ly , ra Wi llem liar -4 , I 0 1 X ' ' X P F: 'J 'UB ' lllgxl . 111 . 'F - - 3 Q 4 i lf, M,,fQlagH W if il , l 2 will 3 , r 'telefqilfxi::Ff'wfffoW5 Ll Wi, f A 4 Walt, in r .X-P. italy 7' 'vxfllgfjyl' My 7, ',f!,1Z, ' U3-NS Q l if xl ,O 0 iff lgar f is ll X lil a 1, ll l l,,ll'e!'eflS1ll,i JIM Mool:l:Hl:AD McClll.l-oUoll , fs X' f 7 , ' -4, ,X qw i 1-spasm l ,,mN.f.,, tl 'N .L S A M, .,.. . ,. .. -2 . ,ff f .t ' , f f?Fffi"z,1 A 2 , fr A Q. naw , b . X , 2: 'rm ,ss - ,A ' f f ' V 'mfll'fgi-wztlfff..iw" rf ,.5s'-Wiafigcxv 'fr 'F 1 expectation, the season, I think, was satisfac- tory in the matter of victories 31 defeats. Regarded as a period of preparation for future campaigns, it should prove to be of great value. As an exhibition of sport for players 31 spectators, its many attractive features make up for lack of top scores. lt was known the year before that twelve veterans of three years of success would be lost. The famous sophs of '29--Leathers 31 Maddox, Bennett 31 Patterson, Rose 31 ' i , 9 1 X R I fx . Q Aja . .f as -ea leave gaps hard to fill. But, in addition, several more who had been expected back gl who were counted on to leaven the team with experience-Hamrick, Whire, Wolfson, 31 others Were lost, so the team started with only one first string regular from the pre- vious season-Vason MCWhO1'tCl', center. Of those who won their letters, Norman Nlott had had considerable experience but had not been a regular, 31 two other third- year men, Fred Miller 31 Billy Hazlehurst, had been only second or third string players. The team therefore was the youngest in Q5 if V -. l E , V ' e . l , X5 ,XV Q .xi , 2 , l 3 Q P f g 3 . f . as Mom, smith a Kelley, Downes za Chandler, Em Dickens 31 Roberts-all had finished 31 would few-, fl f or l AW ft ff' fa 1-fi 1 if fr N a wi, jill - We ap, ,R , 1 , l l-2,', T : f ' U V ' 331. l mmf-NT it f'ifC'1 45 X Fxflfgsrv-. ABL x I , filly! X . ., aww da2Tf4f5Pi'iCy f . i i fl,-V QM il lm g 'il point of training 85 experience that Georgia had presented in more than a decade. The season began with a shocking 1-point defeat. Virginia Polytechnic, which had been beaten the year before, 40 to 0, was expected again to furnish soft opposition ZS: give the Bulldogs a nice workout in preparation for Tulane on the following Saturday. Instead, the Virginians amazed the spectators by outplaying Georgia unmistakably for three periods. They scored a touchdown by means of a long pass. Near the end the Bulldogs awakened to the situation 31 smashed their 5 1, , YQ, f f' ' 1 ' , ',' ,x . . gg " 1 'V ip, i X Mg Li, -,f , i ' l ,i , 1 vw. r i f tx. .V---L. K , li 1, ,i 1 cf 1 1,-, i , af' Af" " I , xx. N ui.. . Y C' - , ' , A 1 ' Y ,IL W ' G 4CggJfTul , 1 , XISATTL Qifvnx it'.L',H,fl-gif, A If i Tlswl 1 1 'll f We T' wf'r,l" 'lk' 'V N + ,,, Qi , ff f .iii .fi B if fif' ii, ill ' fb' l if 'X WZ ll 4 ff W I .fr A 1 .N T4m'Nsl XII IGENNIS . Q fi if Q A x i Aga ,N , .ag 5 ' -,Q ur" , '1l!wmswv' i ' .az way 95 yards to goal. Georgials try for the tying point was blocked 8K the Virginians left with a fine victory which they had earned. Some had felt that Georgia was extremely poor to be beaten by a team which had been for years at the bottom of the Conference heap, but later it was seen that V. P. l. was very strong. It lost only one game-a 9-6 decision to Alabama. Tulane was played at New Orleans on October 8 81 the superb running 81 passing of COOPER OFFER Don Zimmerman, coupled with stage fright which seemed to paralyze the Bulldogs, gave cg . ai f i ay Ca ,seams wt ff' N ii? f. 73 gg , 1 J 1 i N U F K F3 U ff - .. .Q, - lllw iirgii ,113. KX Q N rim MM r 1 O f 1 1 L for , 3 IJ N 1 mx if rfx-3fi..m, ,cu-ea-fe 1 i I fl i A ,' ' -,ff '. Q 1- 'YV Up J lv ' L X N KK fu A In tj: ,fvf ,yfjl jfliw-X . , j..f1. ,G ffiliaffjff 71 flftlfliyf ' . J 54, ' 1" fijggifi ' W., my 1 f, Q WIT K, gli! ,wil-U76 ,XL y 1, 'l f ff 4. , fkgigx AWE ly f ig is Efyflj A iw. he 1 f -few X ee- 1 6 i . .,f- ' 1 . 'T ' 1 f 'ir .F Qllxg -- fq, WL: xxx Qifn I ,g , VV . J: 'Mk . ' D , A is I V GUNN1cl.s DAv1s ,. X , fx p A Q AA,, V 0 . . i,,,. H iv' 14" - the Green Wave a 34 to 6 lead by the mid- dle of the third period. Then the Georgians forgot to be nervous 81 began to function with effectiveness. Within 20 minutes they had scored three more touchdowns making the score 34 to 25, 31 had taken the ball away from Tulane preparatory to starting another drive when time expired. Tulane, Southern champions of 1931, Were at the no moreg Lodrigues 81 Scafide suffered hurts Which impaired their play later. Bill David 81 Arston Grant, sophomores in football, Sl Sam Brown starred on offense. Mott played superbly on defense, as he did all season. David ran 61 yards for Georgia's first touch- down, Grant turned one of Chapman's passes into a 64-yard jaunt to goal, Brown con- verted a short pass into an 81-yard sprint 81 later swept around end for 23 yards 81 his second marker. The next battle was at Athens against the University of North Carolina. It was the 1, ie-'T Y X r W1-aww - f' I , " x ' 1. X -' y . .... ,Wa K. I 3 , MXN p 'jgrsl-yff . SR N' - ' ,, 4, fi., ..,,, .. , .,... .cam w height of their form that afternoon which ' ' 'ffff made Georgia's feat the more creditable. MURRAY BATCHELOR Payne, the great blocking back SL pass re- ceiver, Was injured during the game 81 played 'if T -W - if 'N Q' is ,H I, IT" -7 ff- TJJQ, X fi ffl' ,T WN' 3 . . . .. ea 31 K 1 I it 1 ' 1 1 fi f111,f XX N l ." 'rgki ' Q ff ' - lllmu 1 0 if dl I L, I X A ' K.,- Q H fl Ref' , lp y A y Q , g. i f ji imff, INT T T filzew y ' 'T 'LV x i T -Q T ff' , Mx xiii, WTNi is ill! ij I I x N, 7?-lvl, Lxilxlyu H1121 if 4 ,f rf?-fri 1 ff ' vw fm t,,1I.i.7 WT? ff" F i 'ff if yi,!yh,q K T lil ,f xwiwlw XX Y -, iff? U N jf! r if r- T i is y ff , r if ei' v-,-Qi Hi' T gi--4 l f fg,41- lb fwliix :Q i, y , 5, 't in J jXg,.,f,?Q1 gf UL, ,gfQ-,ea- fx X l e - 'Y .ax - one slothful, sluggish exhibition the young- sters made. A steady drizzle slowed the runners 81 handicapped the passers, but North Carolina was weak 81 playing a defen- sive game, Sz the Bulldogs loafed after get- ting an easy touchdown in the second period on Grant's brilliant running which was cli- maxed by his 27-yard sprint to goal. In the fourth period a Carolina pass was played smartly by McWhorter but the ball was batted into the hands of Hanes Lassiter who was in the clear 31 who ran 40 yards to tie the score. 'l'lfm:x'xul1 M ILLER l iif x. ,'s . - ' Q' . Y-0 . ,I if y y : CRENSHAW MAXWELL Then it was too late for Georgia to re- trieve victory against the stubborn defensive play of the Tarheels. Vanderbilt with the most powerful team physically 81 the most experienced in the South, expected to have an easy time with the Georgians on the following Saturday but found themselves completely outplayed throughout the first half. The Bulldogs dominated the field, making six Hrst downs to three Sl gaining 103 yards to 46. The Commodores got going in the third period lk hard running by their star back, Roberts, gave them a touchdown. , - - if 1 r is at at Ggflg l if-1,521 Qi- ZX ,a vr - Bl mad f 3 D Gy Wg rfWU,iiN,9DxiLJ f ll lflfi fzl Mill, O .fl If I ik l x 5 ,liegwyl at Y fm 1' . ' 473 .aw wif i- 1 lil . if is .ze-.. 'L-iirfb' f-' i ' ' ,Qlfli if xl Nil i 5' W V, wi' 'liffiiia Kilim A' i. J PW 6 "il ,fgitil ei ffl' -- 153 ,f 7" f I ff I I W' V fl 3:10 ees f if" 'X N fll ' fi, if i l 'gf ff, l' i NX if , KX V,+.f,if lN?S,r1 if ,,,, , M Ui '-+, fig N fri f, yy ,fflf,fSQs5 J X K L' 'MQZ 5 ff? 'Tl' 'nw' If l ' ,523 A A I ,M I ffl ,gill ' 1 ,,f' ,X X cfjgfg Y.sKfQfi.15f" J.xCor:soN GMQNER QA f ' -X 1-si gs gl . V -w , 'Vs X , A Florida team almost as green as the Georgians came to Athens for Home Com- ing day on Gctober 22 85 took a 33 to 12 licking. The Gators scored first on a 20- yard pass from Henderson which Moye caught 85 ran 20 yards more. David's 34- yard sprint carried the ball to Florida's 2 81 two bucks carried it over. The half ended with Georgia leading only 7 to 6, although the team made 12 touchdowns to 2 51 had gained 239 yards to 78. Florida scored again early in the third period on another pass from Henderson to fi it Q .ji.2x ,,,g,,2-,., 4 X2 lf g is-,lj fc ,easy x 1 X j 4,1 h . v my L " , Q 'je-'1m,w5,g5 WQVK X' ' ft, V, , X , Q ,- , ,W i' it S ,nm spa, ff , . .y,,, X In the fourth period, Grant, from punt formation, ran through the Vandy team in a dazzling 66-yard sprint for the tying touchdown. Vanderbilt took the kickoff 81 marched the length of the field for another score, aided by two penalties Sl their freak shift which pulled Georgia linemen out of position. Just before the game ended Sam Brown knifed through for a 20-yard run but the safety man grabbed him by the neck of his jersey 85 hauled him down, thus thwarting a tie or a victory, since the score was 12 to 6. 5 G" ' Ti- g-' fix X' kv GX. li 'Y f , Z f Q I e , X Q 'f if Q, , , , , , , ev ' .X vs, 2 A-Yi f' f pri! F x 4 V ,il y 1 K , E :ii a, ,,,, , j GRIFFITH SAM BROWN 3 o aaa, 2 iam, + ff' M fir iv M f f Q i I if i ix ' dir fe l-H ffl. 4 liiiifil J ix 1.5 f, ff T X 'L jg -4 i , , ,X ikffylrlgbmql 'ill il ' 6 1 if if C., fm Wi'?i.5'fi"i-x' 153, ,,A! Q ,G 4,1 T, X r gi f L,. -A is .- ig, ,, '. 4 N i , TJ . lg-'Nj '4' ,UT V ,- fxiy Q T I 1.1 I I 'll lv l l A X L-,N"'UN 8 A t U, 'V we . ' ' , 1 ' 'i 2 f , 1. , X ' ' , ' V J' Y ,- Q ,ij LQW. NI Qlxfj ' Wil. fllrifhl il-'L X i , ,f, V! ff, . i ' W6 E l, 'b'i'f iii! f'.f'il T E X 'M if X ll N fl HV 'X 4 'I " lil ' T t' 'X lil' UL 1 'X "'ffSB1 4.-41122, ,X Y - ihl 1 Cmfi 43 ' V .. ' may A 1 ff J Moyeg followed by Hughes' three bucks for touchdown. Then Grant, David, Chapman, 4. ,N af. 5. . Mott 81 Key started running 81 added four Swim- 5111.1-Qs touchdowns. Georgia lost a heart-breaker to New York University in Yankee Stadium the next week- f N ' end. The southerners outplayed the big ' Violets all the way through the first half V '-.g..,,F g but could not score. Georgia tallied early in 'eff the second half. Gaston recovered a fumble s on N. Y. U's 28 86 lVIott, Chapman 81 Gas- ton finally drove the ball to goal. New York 25:5 , 1 countered with two touchdowns from long Y, 1 A A K V tx lg s 1, lvltv xl gk! -1 Y . ,-,v A ., ef Mr - W ,C I 89 yi? 4 0 . , ,W V A qi V S, 4 .H 6 f . xy . sf? A s s ' Q, V '- I fi 4 ,,,,,. , , W ' 'Tl T ' i .i,: , ggi C lnyiigliw s i B K iii -i'l Q ' 1 ' ff ,ff ,rf vef -I Ha-'W 'frm ' ' .. :.s'EQ.n'."A X.a,.f"f f ' 'HL-...L t ' ,, f V ' f' gt fi U CHAPMAN FLEMING passes. As the game neared the end, Georgia carried the ball 78 yards only to lose it by a fumble one foot from goal. N. Y. U. kicked out 81 the game was over. Griffith, Brown, David 81 Chapman-especially Chap- man--hgured as ball carriers in what O. B. Keeler of the Journal declares was one of the finest 81 most inspiring marches he ever saw on a football field. Clemson was game 31 ambitious but gave the Bulldogs their second victory of the season on Armistice Day at Clemson. The score was 32 to 18. The running of Key, 4 ff, ei Tie? GX 2157 L A ' I T A iwf. lf? QQM i'.i iii yi N Xetiefb , f 'Uf1'Qwwfi ffHUf?ff-t X at il W if will ' T i Lrg? . . 51, , mei? . 117. XJ, OW v rw TW Hwlvl l Q93 l iv ,Kev-JM Xb? TQ X M0525 - A M Q QGMQ 't ,- X N 2 ,fjfiat Sjgfp Aggrql lf Y 1 X19 . 4' Qtr 2 "Kimi ,O X YYVV V. .'q1-siliiliyf ff, Aj? nf , in I Y4" , ffi ll if fill fi xiii J, f F, -s gy fx ! , J gl Rf ocean,--ir 1 , if e of , f' , Jw IQ, X p 1 C irf 1- A ,- bi Kill'-if CW if ii' 1' A XXX.-MEI-' fi ,A all fl if 14? V +c-- W" 1' wh -7 1 , , A ...lf eiligg f XA fe22fwws35'5"3 STEPHENQ MOTT unbeaten 31 seemed headed for undisputed Conference championship if Georgia could be beaten. The Alabamians were highly con- fident 81 were rated a 3 to 1 favorite. But the Bulldogs swept them off their feet Sl distinctly outplayed them in the first half. Crouch 81 Mott featured the play of the Georgians. Mott ran back the kickolf at the opening of the third period 95 yards to goal duplicating his famous feat against N. Y. U. in 1931. Hooks of Clemson fur- nished a sort of encore by racing 90 yards for touchdown on a kickoff in the final period. Near the end of the second period Georgia surged 76 yards for the first touchdown on the powerful running of Mott, Chapman 31 Crouch. Three rushes by Mott yielded 47 yards. Crouch rammed a yard for the touch- down. Auburn supporters were aghast during , " i' W V ' 3 ' . :fri . if K his a an ' 5 - 5 Q I Clemson previously had scored twice on passes from Woodward to Stephens 81 from 5 in Miller to Woodward. These games were all regarded as pre- GRANT MINOT paratory for the great struggle with Auburn at Columbus on November 19. Auburn was 67 fi- ' A l l i- S5359 Q ii ii 'ffl fyi wi it fi K 1 ilu W. E ff 1 'U x A 31 2 llfiwl If 3 QQ if ,ate-a . 1 i ,J 42z.x .4 1 f , ,fa -' , f' . , ,N fy "ff, if ,jg sl ti A - I . Q24 ,,fg Ach- .U ' ' V. fi, ', Q 1 f- - - f ' J , ,YI H 'H it 'V f f rc 1 1' i fl, gr 1' - ' ' P-1 ' K. J .- , , , x 1. , I , -1 I , , ,Q lu i ,if-X ' . .GA H if f K , ,, . V I ,Vx KX , , , W, , - ' 'T' J ,' ' 1' r ' i ll , , K' 1 gf ' , ' , ,,' ' ' . X I f jf' "'?'52', ly 'WH'-' -'-' to r H' 'i 'r " x' f ,ff A " T rv L41 ' -uw H , T ' ' +V i - , 4 X- , -Z-'livtxi 6,2 il, by X X 4' i '. V I , V A a - I 4 -,yi . 48, A i ii f ii I l fl I I ,ri w e f , , JI ff? ifll 1 1, WJUUA 4 I K A 5 V2 wa if-f ff 1 wif ,f i JA intermission 81 their spirits fell below zero when the Georgia attack was resumed with equal power in the third period. But a missed signal stopped one drive 81 a fumble halted another, after which Auburn carried the ball 62 yards to tie the score. Fine run- ning by Hitchcock and Phipps eventuated in a 14-yard sprint for touchdown by Auburn's brilliant captain. ln the fourth quarter Phipps spun through the middle of the line 81 after being apparently halted broke loose Gimioki- fi.X5'l'UN YUUNf ea ,.. 61 ... Mg ,fr V V f . wwf, fa 1' X 81 went 45 yards to make the score l4 to 7. Two minutes before the end Georgials Grant it fe 1 .f 31+ A 'fl 3' 1 X 3 5 S ov. ,.l',' . ' 1. ' ," . N broke into the clear for a 30-yard gain. He slipped past Hitchcock in safety position by a deft change of pace but the maneuver en- abled Dupree, the Auburn Speedster, to catch him from the rear. So Georgia's one great bid for fame in 1932 was denied, but the players 81 the coaches had the satisfaction of knowing they had extended the great Auburn team to its utmost, 81 with a bit of luck might have won. The final game of the season, with Tech CROUCH DAVID in Atlanta-on November 26, was pretty much of an anti-climax. Two days of unre- if iwqjfggxg' Gi, ,bn I A V, l H IW if K. ': ,x TT Q 1 cs,i.-mf ,Q F f'f.1,"afXf5'i1s f::+HL,'2ia 5 .' QTNl,2,l 5 f f i if T sf J U . 1' S 5 i f if Q I -'HQ5J"Tk . 119 . Xl xxmpl-ii:XY.xln1u-il.1. llHl'I'l'IR i " ,V ff' i. , i f L, ml- L' i' X 1' i -' ' 1 . ',A' , , , g. . . N V! X V 5 Vi Thang, MILK, 'A .V --J , A, . i 1 J... , A K . . - 5 -A fi i X ' il lKiY,Tf'lQl 'if Cl:-ffl? ' 1 X iv O , A , , ' ., --'I , lit :ill N' NI l-fx M 'l Y liiilff- Tw - f PA- A A ,N X A fi-I f i T ' Y' V 1 f ' A v f ' 'in i l M ff 'afiyly X l'Y"fLJf-1 WK A if " il Y l 1 X lt iflf L l Siiigsf 4 3 I VT 1 ' ii l 5 lc J V , bil-'A . 'Md of-el V7.1 5-ffl Fl li 'll ' f ii -" ,f A J l p tl fir,-iw ',,.wf.-ff, if .. W -' f-N ,V,,, ,,i,g..,' ' r, 'f ff 4' 'N g.'yi'iiiC ffm-l'l' lr' il li" l , 'l N ,V-'ff' are '-A Y' tt -Jac lloicxlf . . A ., ,, .x A E --f'2 gnwalisl m'9,"il .fir + g'l, 'f-sv D 4 -:ZA 4 was informed there was time for just one play. He would risk no adverse touchdown by making a bold play for victory. He punted, thus indicating his satisfaction with a tie. Of the letter men only lWcVVhorter, who at the season's end was elected captain for '32, lNIott, lNliller LQ Ha7lehurst are ineligi- ble for play next fall. The squad left over is large 81 spirited. With the experience gained 81 under the direction of an able coaching staff, Georgia may well look with confidence toward a more successful season in 1933. w ff i , Zin J X 553: ,,,., 3,, .,, ,1yQ - as V - . .,,., . ' .1 gwvaflwffr ' ' - - T . ft' ' , X11 mitting ram had turned the poor turf of Grant Iiield into a gLl3glT1ll'C,.8l neither team 2 had an O Oftumf to am Conslstentl - ii,' Y Y 8 Y .iii .. -izfviii Vi.i, 5 wr .. The Tech backs netted a slight margin in N t'A"i aft yardage but that was offset by the superior . i punting of Batchelor Sz Grant. The 0-0 score was a just verdict 81 a fair appraisal 5 I . 4 N ' of the football played. It was obvious that only a freak of fortune could give either team a touchdown. The spectators welcomed ' it a tie score, 81 presumably the players did, too. 'Ce.rtainly, the last episode of the game JONES PAWTON was significent. It was Tech s ball on Geor- g1a's 45 yard line. 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Deserving ot bally- . hoo, "Ten Nights in a Barroom" packed Seney-Stovall Chapel with students, townspeople, who laughed, cried, munched peanuts, hissed the villian, cheered the hero, heartily applauded the whole cast 81 its direc- tor. Equally entertaining, on the whole a more tinished pertormance was "Captain Apple- jacIc," second production ot the Thalian-Blaclc triars. In rehearsal was the cast ot "I-IoIiday," tinal production ot the -Ihalian-Blaclctriars as the PANDORA went to press. Merged in I93I were the Thalian Club 84 the DIQAMATICS ffm , 1 ' in 5 . . matic Club. Excellent, none the less, were its two pro- ductions ot the current year, .. "The Goose I-Iangs I-Iigh" 8: "Love in a Mist." Incomplete was the reorgani- zation ot the University sys- tem in respect to the dramatic clubs, glee clubs ot Eranlclin College, College ot Education. During the school year I932-33 they remained separate organizations, gave own shows, were in no way connected. Not hard to understand are reasons tor no merger. Distance between two campuses, contlicting hours ot classes, restric- tions on College ot Education students caused much inconvenience, made satistac- tory rehearsals impossible. 4 fn f K CFI A 1. rigmilifll A 'WYQX , , ,, N X tg M . FX f mv vi IVE SI! XM hall lgfy, I f ling? Y. I f gpm JI' WKXH7 HIE A If -if . IM A , S Xl f A I 517 ff!HxX FD, 'L A '6 XXI I X. fill fx l I I ,i - if V I I tl, I Ii, In I . Y . ,Q Dr, C , I , LL , X Lf 1 11. 41. pg' ' L I I I, l gy 'X I '..1-, . 1 I ix...'1:. I A VI , ,W-ly I E, , I ' ' wit? , ' VXA ' I, - 1 Y f AI- X : M:-K QLJL, '-,Yx.2 E XVL on 'A -, , 5' I IA, If mv. 'f' J f"I W1' ' xff' kg X ,xv-AIAJWV 5 J COBB :XKIN Rlil'N'lilQlZE WARREN AIKEN WAGNER ALEXANDER JOSEPHINE BOND SIMS BRAY SARA WHITE CALLOWAY JAMES H. COBB GEORGE D. COPE MARY COBB ERVVIN MARY LAMAR ERWIN LILLIAN FORBES PAUL FRANKLIN BILLY FULLER JAMES FUTCH ALICE HALE GEORGE HEIDLER Cghalianfiglackfriars fDmmatic Gluln Tlzalian-Blackfriars Dramatic Club is the club formed by the merger of the Tlzalians and Blaelefrizzrs, the tivo former University zlriinzatif clubs. The anml- ganzrzteil elulz has been fiery attire and its proflue- tions are well izttenrlezl. OFFICERS JAMES H. COBB ....... President WARREN AIKEN . . . . Vice-President BILLIE ROUNTREE ...... Secretary EDWARD C. CROUSE . Direftor, Faculty Alflwisor DAVID STEINE .... TOM DOZIER . . MEMBERS EDWARD HODGSON BIORTON HODGSON EUGENE HOPPENSTEIN SIDNEY HUNT HUGH JACKSON MARY ALICE JESTER NELL JOHNSON CLARENCE JORDAN FRANK LEE CARL LEvY JEAN LYONS ROLAND MURRAY' MARY MYERS . Business IFIKUZIIVFI' b Publicity Director JOHN NORTHCUTT JOHN OPPER EMORY PATILLO SARA RHODES MILTON RICHARDSON LOUISE ROBERTS IQ-XTHERINE ROGERS BILLIE ROUNTREE LAURA SMITH DAVID STEINE ELIZABETH TRIMBLE LELIA URQUHART BRYAN WILLIAMS SCOTT VVILLIAMS CROZIER WOOD ., . ,..-S Wx 52' .9 eww QSJBSEY N QQ .MJ Q Xxx 1 I I N OI W f 5 XJ XNXB f Ez:-,V Q X J i l X Hi Ifkx-F5 f 0 - - 5. w IIIBBJI . 122 . ff a -. - g ' 'pi 1 , '. .5 "'. N f' , 4 "fl Y, Vi 4' 'i my .M ft? ,gui New l ll ' - l 'il' I llual ,lf-rx 'H all fm .Y ,,, amy! -,V X!!-nf I .r 1 .V I A ,'Y',s i . I ,ly ,V V A lr "P .. Q, 3 iff 'so V .1 lllfliiin llxzffil' ',x rbi "' mx 47' 7 I 9 MFL ' llf' l l ' "V lndivw fr . ' . 71 1 U -I X ff, qi,-,1 ,b4i'flss" if ""l l tp : sf " f ' W5 ill T ' f L' 4 X, ,-ll,lj1,l its ilu' 'ff' .9 j ,ol i-, l, , ffrlr , ' Rai ' ' C X I ,," Yflllf 101150. L. 'l' l l lll 'i li x,-,yn '1 ' fl' ti i ' ., H 'X if Fx' Y Cghalianfflackfriars 'Dramatic lub 1, N a folder issued during September the Thalian-Blackfriars Dramatic Club promised 'lthree sparkling productions . . greater shows . . finer showsf' Under the direc- tion of Edward C. Crouse, the actors fulfilled their pledge. judging by the comments of local critics. The three regular plays were offered on season tickets to the students and the- ater-goers of Athens, and each play boasted of audiences never before reached in the history of amateur dramatics at the university. The first production was the unique revival of "Ten Nights in a Barroomf' as written by VVilliam VV. Pratt. CRWSE STHNE The success of the famous temperance drama was due in no Dozruie small degree to the scenery and genuinely old-fashioned bally- hoo employed. All done by the members of the club under lllr. Crouse's supervision, such things as the settings, the program, the old-fashioned orchestra, and the novelty numbers between scenes kept those who saw the show talking about it for a number of days. This was followed by "Captain Applejackf' an Arabian Nights adventure which appealed to young and old alike. The third show, coming in the spring quarter, was likewise well received. The club sponsored other productions during the season, including Tony Sargls bllarionettes, the Shake- speare Players in "Hamlet" and "Julius Caesarf' as well as the State High School one-act play con- CContinued on page 1287 IN PICTURE 1fRoM Tori - LEFT 'ro RIGHT - Iiirxt 1'o-zu: Alexander, Bond, llray, Callaway, Cope, Erwin, M. C., Erwin, M. L., Forbes, Franklin, Fuller. Sccoazti roto: Futch, llale, Heidler. Hodgson, Hodgson, M., I-loppenstein, Hunt, Jackson, Jester, Johnson. 'l'!1i1't1' 1'o'zt': Jordan, Lee, Levy, Lyons, Murray, Myers, Northcutt, Upper, Patillo, Rhodes. lfozzrffz roto: Richardson, Roberts, Rogers, Smith, Trimble, Urquhart, NVillianis, R., XVilliains, S., XVood. l l l t A e f F - fi, . if 5 f , itll l ' O ' ' ' ll 1 llllllimei .123. . ,Ex iwfwgd 2 f In WML I C154-J 1 I I KH f HI gg XSW,,gT11,M X g, ,.NN , I V1 Q, A . 20, jay? .J 3 in Pm Sl, f ,X f Ii gy 9 9 QM' I V L. I MAP A SIITIJIYI Q jx J ll, A I Viv- if I .V ' L I Q1 'QQ A xx I 'fl N Y vj jf. -4 Jvlwy-,yy E ffm- l I X k I 1 1' ,' Xt! V Rx L ga, fv Q U ,ix X gm X ?jQQ,a f glijhf' L ff fjii M Q lx ' S Cm .A .A V Af SLA 1 ij , IU Ly! TQJOmen'5 Cglee Glub ,Ju organizzzliozz 0011112051211 of U1zi1'ersity Cu-nfs -who entffrtuizz 111' rfz'I'jvfim1.v. IJ l'6l'ffIlI if giiwfzz ozzre Il ymr. OFFICERS . KATHERINE ROGERS . .... . . President RIIILDRED STREETER . .... Secretary JOSEPHINE BOND . . Bll.S'i!lFSSjlfHI1ll1gFf EVELYN EPPS . . Librarian ELEANOR ADAMS MILDRED ARMOUR NIARY AYCOCK NIURIEL BARROW JOSEPHINE BOND CORNELIA BROOKSHIRE LOIS BURTON GRAPELI,E BUTT NIONTEZ CAMPBELL VIRGINIA DAVIS NIARY ELLIOT MEMBERS EVELYN EPPS CLAIRE HELIEN GRAMLING ETHLYN GOODXVYN ALICE HALE FLORENCE HANCOCK VIVIAN HOGAN DOROTHY KIMBRELL JEAN LYONS BELLE MEADOR JANE MILLER BETTY SUE IWURPHY CLAUDIA NORMAN AGNES PITTS JOSEPHINE REID SUE ROLLINS IVIETA SHAW LOUISE SIMPSON NIILDRED STREETER MARY TREGONE LELIA URQUHART EULALIA VAUGHN JOHN VAUGHN HELEN WILLIAMS R SHHH A I I I A7 W in Z NW U 5 3 I 51. I IIFIAQEIW .1Q4. . , ,f. . VG lzXk'T4'jDQq,1,.A aff! X Ya N I.. I' f I I I J, .v .J... I ' 'giii Viwfgl ffl, xg sf' A ., if I I I il I I I X- M jf2f3f,5f1F 'lff,BfLf- li Ci . Gollege of Education Qlee Qlula "Goff svn! his Nillfflfl '.x' IIIPOII l'Il7'flI 'S l-, Yff'-' rl JN f f n fy , .y 1 ,H 1 ID. 1 v ' . If . , I I i Y' "vw 'fl .' , , lr ' ,I I B ,fa ill? " I ,I H I i ll f S' I' I i ' J . f , fr ,, NIJ ,ying 'I X' , ly A ,f , 1.1 lfyifll .m11,gf.v of LfflllflIl'.V.V and of mirth, Thai flll'-1' migfllf f0Ilt'lI Ihr Illfflffh' of 1f1f'11 Jud bfillg' flIl"lIl blllf' to llf'll'Z'l'll IlVLfflill.U I.ONGEELLcm'. OFFICERS SARAH JOINIZR . . . . . . . . . . . IJl'f'Sllfl'lIl' EMILY ISBELI ..... lrifl'-l',l'f'.N'iIll'llf DIARY RUTH PENLAND . . . Serrefnry KATHERINE RIAY . . Trmmrw- lN 1-II"1'I'RE FROM TOI' - LEFT 'IO RIGHT - lfz'1'SI 1-Ozu: Joiner, Isbell, Penland, May, Bagwell, Brown, C., Brown, D., Bullock, Cliitin, Crawford, Fnlllmright. Svvwzzif ro-rv: Glenn, Green, Harcligrec, lTlZ-l1'lSllOl'I'l6, Higgins, Hmvarcl, Hunt, -J2lCliSO1l, JOlInSOn, Kelirer, Mzzrlclen. Tlzird 1'O'zu.' Manning, Mzlttllews, McDaniel, Mclflllcny, Mitchell, E., Mitchell, M., POOL Richard- 5011, ROl1CI'tSOn, St. Clair, StC1JllCl'lSUll. lfnzzrflz rvzu: Tlioinzls, Tlircllqclrl, Tuclcl, lVIIllcCr, NVlIitelIurSt, VVillifOrd, VVO0ClVV21l'Kl, Elliott. CORNELIA BAGWELL CORALIE BROWN DOROTHY BROXVN ATHA BULLOCK EVELYN CASON NINA CHAFIN NIARY CRAXVFORD lx'IARGARE'1' ELLIOTT ELOISE FULLBRIGHT NIARGARET GLENN RUTH GREEN DORIS HARDIGREE MEMBERS S.-XLLIE HOWARD EVELYN HUNT EMILY ISABELL RIONTINE -JACKSON HELEN JOHNSON SARAH JOINER HARRIE1' KEHRER PATRICIA RIADDEN IQATHERINE lWAY LURA NIANNING SYBIL BI.-XTTHEVVS VIRGINIA MCDANIEL 1 1 f LYNETTE RIOORE DIARY RUTH PENLAND BERNICE POOI. RUTH RICHARDSON RUBY ROBERTSON ALICE ROBINSON RIINNIE POPE ST. CLAIR RUBY STERHENSON DIARY THOMAS BI. E. 'THRELKELD URA rliODD ELEANOR VVALKER NIARION HARTSHORN FRANCES NICELHENY NIYRA VVHITEHURST ANNIE COH EN HIGGINS ELIZABETH NIITCHELL RI.-XRGARET VVILLIFORD GLADYS HINES BIARJORIE BIITCHELL IRENE XVOODWARD I Al VY I fi - .A A fi fgxsfir SA, I ---- J KI!-' Wlfiiiiwy ATRLQ E' li? i MX 'wa U ,Q 'P 7 IR If I ,E , YA , lx-J! ,LJ gigs A Z I 'filflf-L-4. A-. fs-S-xii-I I-5 Rall IR A I W H L . X I 'iii X - 1 'I f 0 ' - - ll. , Ulf? I .125. MEMBERS be 'fl ,jr of V, il, ' 3 nl V?" icy, -jnilf 9 1, XQQWIUTQQX PR EQIXR A fy ' Q frm, .4:,4C'1'f:"4,g - f Ugg , I A ILT ll FPV7 iff' Ll f 1 f W, l ly X 5 ' S X ' lil "" fl KX f I 2 ,Fl . ,, , 5 I Allvfrjl' , ,I ,1 !-, 9, 1 -.y ,r V i1,!il n ', s I 1 Lllgxr X SQUWL 1, , A 7,1-fx Tamil fy ll L' ffl U ffl ' -A, If M! ,P 'A Q5 H I lm I A UI? lfllyfffadak 57" LL, I 5. Miki I 7,1 Il Q, QQ X ,V .i ,, ,A A A , fkmiql Lj Gollege of Education Tramatic Gluo To .vtin111lzz1'I' izzfwvsf in nflizzg, 111111 an z1j1jJ1'eI'ia1'io11 of llffllllll. OFFICERS B'IAR'1'l'i.X HCDI,'1' . . ..... . . . President VvIRGINIA DILLARD .... , If'jfe-P,-g5i,1g,,f ANNIE LAURIE VVARREN . . . Sefretary BESS COWART . . . , Trm51,,-p,- IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Holt, Bullock, Warren, Cowart, Harris, Joubert. Second row: Mathis, Sayers, Burton, M., Parker, Green, Jones. Third row: Arnold, POSS, Moore, Gassett, Caldwell, Burton, S. Fozzrflz roto: Palmer, Spalding, Thomas, Trawick, Smith, Lowrey. Fifflzf row: Usburn, Verner. 1 1 Y JANE ARNOLD CORNELIA ARVANITI MARY BURTON SARA BURTON M.ARGIE CALDWELL BERYL COKER BESS COVVART VIRGINIA DII.I,ARD BOBBY HARRIS MARTHA HOLT GXVENDOLYN JONES HELENA JOUBERT MARTHA LOWERY FRANCES lWARTIN MARION MA1'HIS CELESTE MOORE DICKSIE PENTICOST HAZEL POSS DOROTHY ROGERS EVELYN SAYERS VIRGINIA SMITH PATSY SIIALDING JESSIE THOMAS MARION THORPE VIRGINIA DOBRS fno picture FRANCES MCDONALD NIILDRED TRAWICK NELL GASSETT MARGARET OSBURN DOROTHY VERNER JAYZVIE GREEN MARGUERITE PALMER ANNIE LAURIE WARREN ELLA PARKS -glee fix I fro, , ,1 J-,A fi A1 LSI Qxuggd W ff' df? A X If la f f FX R rf -E AAS QA? Qfolfll il 2 QA l l oiglflswff L, QI W f , I I' 1 - I PD .126. L, If 'ag iHffffT7'fj fix? x 1,5 XX' H13 ,HV ' I Q: . N, fi :fix " V ,fx F' 1 ..M.i.-M- .I zfld AJ fbifhi PI If 1 if SI W nfs.. M I I, 4 'S Ui! Aff Ay" H f V 1 W J' ff WT JI I4 1,7 ' 'V 2' -I ff I1 I I U f Q f 3 I I 1 1 ,jf I , M, I j A 4 wg J A ' A f fp , A , , I , , , , , , , k'wU QR SHQVJA6W0?Sf' I fwyfw-1 'eSn.w5 vIf'w1II, If,QIW I . , 5 I I' I , ,-E, - ' 1' , ' .I . I 4 A1 , jkifigfggk Q X f 'VW' Xl! W N yn A .1 , 0 ,NI if ' ' X A V f jig' rl Gollege Of Education Qrchestra Jn orgfmizatiozz to furflzrr an irztw'f'.vt in, 111111 izzwease the kllflllilflfgl' of 1110 stmfwzt in flu' nzzlsiml rIas.s'if.s'. OFFICERS LULIE HENDERSON .... .... . . . Prfsiflenl HELEN UNDERXVOOD . . Serrcmry-Trea.v1mfr f N GHS mx wps- """' 'haf' ' -chains.. nu ' ' 'W' IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Henderson, Underwood, Estes, Hale. Second Vow: Higgins, MCGLlki11, Nall, Underwood. 1 f f MEMBERS SARA BOLENGER ANNETTE HUDSON HELEN UNDERXN'OOD RXIARY CAROLYN CARMICHAEL LOIS MCGUKIN NIARTHA UNDIERXVOOD MARY ESTES CHRISTINE NALI, CHARLES AARON LOVIE HALE CHARLOTTE NIX FELTON CHRISTIAN LULIE HENDERSON HAZEL UNDERWOOD L. H. CHRISTIAN FANNIE GEORGE HIGGINS JACK STEWART L Lia, ,,- 0,7 Sf, -A A .f f ' 'vffl 'U f'vf'TEQY,1 -. I A5 2 is -'ffl KN gqgigfrr-11, rf-5' ' X , L-, ,Nile ' S -1-- J X ,VI ,- IP'IhV'Fn flier , Y i XFX ' "df Xfvwe , f f N, EWHU U IPFI1 Srffii: FU K5 UI Ji 'WV-CY If X 4 , " H- ' X1 l!, YN! -A. 0 '14 Z IQyfX , H , 9 KAR ,eLgii1Li6 N 0 IJ' A X " '-fx" F ,aff Xl I, X l I A it I f d - - - 51. wf IH? I .127. ,' 4 if f'. ' QZAQ 4 ., 1 , M fii1P-Jsa Fifflk W if ll 'flier 41,91 . - 2 V ,f-ig wffhtfbiifhl , l fl ,' gi ., if 'lFffXly ,-. Elise of ffl ,IQILX ll,.1xE,ff1ifQ"'1' lj! .Ig 3.4 751 24 gl,,'TJtl5 l lm! K Lqjjpw X iv. ,Ja 1. f 's. f 'f f x 9. - 1 ,' ' I xii, " 2 .- gg-C . , th X 1,55 QQ- T J? as lj, ttyl fm, U ' 1 ' lt lbli e 'gmt lXs,!gli'3,Q-Qt-,'a.ee,i.,,fcjtb::s-is CZ5'l1alianfZBlaekfria'rs fDramatic Qlub QContinued from page 1235 test. XVith few duplications in casting a maximum number of students were given the opportunity to act, and no student was excluded because he was not a member of the club. As the school year progressed, interested spectators of the club noticed two conspicuous things. First the consolidation of the two old dramatic clubs, the Thalians and the Blackfriars, was quite complete after two years of perfect harmony together. Secondly the club was slowly expanding from an exclusive small club into a powerful, broad, university dramatic organization. No student truly interested in dramatics was barred from its ranks by petty politics or through a limit on the number of new members. Early in the first quarter the dramatists came out with the announcement that they wanted all students who had even the slightest interest in stage work to enroll as provisional members, promising to admit them to full membership on a competitive basis after they had served during a probationary period, which lasted until after the third regular play was produced. The resultin f turn-out was enormous, so that the club had at its service a grou of ambitious 5- . freshmen larger than its regular membership. To keep the group interested and organized, a "pro- visional members club" was formed under the direction of the regular Thalian-Blackfriars, who al- lowed the applicants to elect their own officers. As a result of this election, the following were chosen and served during the year: Tom Dozier, Athens, president: Winton VVarren, Jakin, vice-presidentg Laura Ann Phinizy, Athens, secretary. Records were kept of the work done by the new people in the acting, production, and business duties of the club so that election of the provisional members into the organization was practically automatic, and depended entirely on their own efforts. Ollicers for the 1932-33 season were: James H. Cobb, Jr., Savannah, presidentg VVarren Akin, Cartersville, vice-president, and Billie Rountree, Summit, secretary. Assistant Professor Edward C. Crouse continued as director, while David Steine, Warrenton, filled the position of business manager, and Tom Dozier, Athens, was director of publicity. 9519 iff gg 1 it G fx s . A- 1 2 e it X 9.6. sf i . 128 . FCDIQENSICS will , fl X 3.9-iff 7 i "Zff9. 71, li' ,gr flag? - 1 - .bf - , 'kg if QKWQQQ if f' 1 ,Q ,, . i Nix Qs! fis t? ' 'lf 1 y?7f 'rr li fy vffgp X 5 If V f x 'i ii.-. '. .4 '.:..W HEL X X . l X s,f,yi.i,.i X , - s 1 i it fi . 'll W5 ' . 'll1', MfL."4:i f ' iiliilfm 6 1- V Q: 'V il, if i 4 it N1 'HJ V7 I I' Q ..:.: v, ' 311572: ,NZ x jf! lx! l jf k j 7 Q fl ,fl 1, ' M y V 'mf' X 55 I rf! 1-fffxqligiw My is 1 1 "ru," x'l' -' ii 00 X . iili Xl 1 f i ' l'i , ' I fi 'gtk ' , r 1 - -'L 43'-if Q., N f ss 'if . iilfuv jig A if 'R-f.fJlHAWlJf1 . i A .f.L5-A lx' 3 i RCSUMENTATIVE verbosity reaches its pealc in early December when two Georgia debaters meet two representatives ot a tor- eign university in the annual International De- bate. l932 saw two lrishmen trom Dublin University argue tor the cancellation ot war debts. I93 I saw two Oxtord students insisting that Ameri- can civilization was a greater menace than that ot Russia. I93O saw two Cambridge men oppose the immediate liberation ot ln- dia. Each saw capacity crowds gather to see and hear the queer-talking toreigners-pen chance to see how Georgia's representatives could parry the slcilltul thrusts ot the visitors. No select tew composed Georgia's '32-'33 varsity debate team. No chosen tew en- gaged in debate atter debate. Debate man- ager George Connelly to-llowedh the policy ot "distributed opportunity tor improvement," let many men engage in tew debates rather than a tew engage in many debates. Debate try-outs are independent ot the two Literary Societies, Demosthenian 84 Phi Kappa, oldest ot their kind in the country. l-lowever the societies continue to give ex cellent training in the torensic arts 84 in '32 '33 were particularly active. Various intra society 84 inter-society competitions give their members excellent training, supply much entertainment 84 stir up much rivalry. Demos- thenian's membership is predominantly non- traternity. Phi Kappa's membership is pre- dominantly traternity. Freshmen as well as upperclassmen engage in intercollegiate as well as inter-society de- bates. Through the .Agricultural Club, Agricultural students sponsor intra-club 84 inter-collegiate debates on subjects ot an agricultural nature. 129 . I f I W IHQQQLI Wim iiizif ,f-3 , 'HU fe I .fywff ff I, i.,rIk-l I' OM' H. I. ,lv ,Iwi , 'ff ,21is1'i?I hfhigfgwxf I ,IO III. Ira f 'fp I Um A I A- -A 9 NN X ig, ff NJN X w,i,,1,A,L:,,7 N Y I If I, ,lifhgim 5 peaking IQy Gircles Phi 1fI1f7f7ll Koy Cirfle is 6111111505611 of flIOSE 11z6111h61'S of Phi Kdppll LIfl'l'llI'jV Sofieiy who IZIITF FIIFIZKIII six or more sjwahilzg honors. DEIll0Sl'lll'71IflI1 Key Cirfle is 4'o11zj1os61l of those 1116111h6rs of D611zosth611ia11 Ioiffflll'-17 Soriety who have EIITIZFIZ four or more speaking honors. O , ...A IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Crenshaw, Hawkins, Hodgson, Levy, Lokey. Svcozzd row: Moore, Napier, Solomon, Steine, D., Steine, H. Thzrd row: Baker, Edmondson, Goodhart, Green, Richardson. Fourth row: Thipgen, Ulm. 1 1 PHI KAPPA KEY CIRCLE MCCARTHY CRENSHAW HAMILTON LOKEY HAIXIILTON NAPIER VIRLYN MooRE FREDERIC SOLOMON DAVID STEINE HARRY STEINE FRANK HAWKINS MoRToN HODGSON CARL LEVY DEMOSTHENIAN KEY CIRCLE COMPTON O. BAKER CLAUDE GREEN MILTON RICHARDSON LoY EDMONDSON RANDOLPH 'FHIGPEN MORGAN GOODHART HARDY ULINI g1,I.-,,1,I, nj 1 ,X fy, A Jfwlufg, F W1 Q ,leqluand QA uk ff' K YQ Ejgq CE R gp ig fl, , I xi ,QXQIQQT 3.-fL 6 ' R II ' I BI limi!! 'I . 130 . . ....-.xa..Qz" 'Hi -1 K "' , " L ,V--Ln 7 V . , A W ' I I I r T I I f Hn, International antl Intercollegiate KDEIPGCGS l'3l'f7I'6'Sl'llfllfI'l'!',Y of flu' llIlI'I'l'l'.S'If-1' in the Intermi- liomll Debate, llllfSfllIlKlIIlI1,f debate of ilu' 3'f'IlSfHI, are rlzoxezz dirrrlly by fry-ouf. Utlzwm' are flmsen in grouflx by fry-out for .gfI'0llf7A' of rfebnffs, thru are I1X5I,g'Ilt'll .vjvwific debates. ,IW IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT T0 RIGHT - Flufjl row: Solomon, Richardson, Lokcy, Talmadgc. Second row: Gregory, Moore, Hodgson, Ulm. Third row: BFCIIIIZIII, Davis. 1 1 WITH TRINITY COLLEGE, IRELAND FREDERIC SOLOMON MILTON RICHARDSON WITH TULANE UNIVERSITY HAMILTON LOKEY FREDERIC SOLOMON WITH COLUMBIA, N. Y. U., PRINCETON, SWARTHMORE, NORTH CAROLINA MORTON HODGSON HARDY ULIX1 WITH EMORY HERMAN TALMADOE CLEBURNE GREGORY AIILTON RICHARDSON VIRLYN MOORE WITH AUBURN JOHN BRENNAN WILEY DAVIS A+++ Af-,,,TF, A I ,I II -A . E1 Irfxftggi--I 1 I 'ferr l le!! I-1,5 tl lxsxlre I . Z f X End Lf 1 A . A - I j , f - X Y 4 Il -mwll' l- 51 wf- lj I I .131. IFZJQVAV It Wil owl 'UUA ll 1? we ' Qrt A . 'IJ , I , , , . I QJEIMOI Im fit ang? N L lx I I ,ll fmt fjgflilk- Intercollegiate 'Debates yYl'.1'-01lf.V for zlelfatex are open to all save Freslzzzzezz mul -zcorlz izzzlejfenzlently of the t-two literary soeieties, fwhielz lzo-zuewer offer exfellent training for intercol- Iegiate zlelmtizzg and other speaking. IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT T0 RIGHT - l':l'I'Xl row: Hoppenstein, Clark, Saye, Calhoun. Seeoud row: Green, Broach, Harris, Jamison. Third row: Hawkins, Shulman, Wil1iITglIa11T. XVITH VVILLIAM AND MARY EUGENE HOPPENSTEIN NVITH LYNCHBURG ALBERT SAYE WITH HAMPDEN-SYDNEY CLAUDE GREEN VVITH SOUTH CAROLINA JACK HARRIS WITH NORTH CAROLINA FRANK HAWKINS VVITH GEORGIA TECH EVENING SCHOOL SCHYLER CLARK JOHN CALHOUN A CLAUDE BROACH WALLACE JAMISON ARNOLD SHULMAN HAMILTON LOKEY THOMAS VVILLINGHAM WITH BOSTON, ROLLINS, ALABAMA, DAYTON Different Ones of above debaters not yet assigned at time PANDORA went to press. LLL lt? N . w RL N- m eee e R ft I I A ewes ei REM I L ll I- FL A - 31 Imtgeinf ,132. ' Ip, "Nj ' IN 1 M, M., fI,,,,rH,f y X J I I half I, IIIUI f ix MAIN ffiilfl' I ffl f I MT:fg4Lil2ZffJ' HAHA I A-A : ff! ' K , 3, F v X A f I , x - I xx X . A we RRS 'Riel ' A , , , 1 ,.... ' I Y 1 JJ ,A,,,, A CSAnniinefrscwian-QmtiOnfDeclamation Iflllllllllljl Df'n1o.vIl11'r1i1z11 nuff Phi lfllflfill Fllfll .wfwt Il sfwflkw' to refH'1'.vz'11I them in the Soz'iz'fies' Juni- 7'l'I'A'I1I'j' felebratirnz. Junior Urnfion and Soplmuzorf' Drrlflzfzrliiozz are illfl'I'S0l'il'f'1' rozzfcfxfs for flnziorzv and Sofwl1on1rn'ff.v 1'm'frz'f'fiII'1ff,1'. If"-Qt 'Vai IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - lfirst ro-zu: CLiOOdlIart, Lokey, Broach, Gallo, Mclbufiie. Srvozzd 1'Irzu.' Paulson, Richardson, Saye, Thigpen, Atkinson. Tlzzrd mtv: IJQIIIIIS, Green, Medlfnck, McCay, McMahon. Fourth row: Talmaclge. f 1 1 ANNIVERSARIAN DEMOSTHENIAN PHI KAPPA NIORCAN GOODHART HAMILTON LOKEY Subjerl: "Failure Of AHlC'flC3ll Leadershipfy Subjerf: "Trends in American ICduCatiOn." JUNIOR ORATION CLAUDE BROACH Ufinnerj RICHARD PAULSON RIILTON RICHARDSON ALEXANDER GALLO ALBERT SAYE PHILLIP MCDUFFIE RANDOLPH FFHIGPEN SOPHOMORE DECLAMATION SAMUEL ATKINSON JOHN NIEDLOCK FRANCES MCCAY JENNINGS DENNIS JOSEPH MClX'IIAHON CLAUDE GREEN fWinnm-J HERBI.AN TALMADGE fAfff5G1 'Aff f Al f A A IF' Iiffrfwf if -15+ Eifl llfriffllip Z j fl. N I Tig' ff! fifif' if-4 ' -+4 - I' f I X N J I -A All All Ari JW' A-SFAS ,ff-QVX-' :R U 4 Rl R , R fiske kgf A A f I I N If A 1 1 ' I J ,P f-ff A -ZH A 1 l- ff: XXL - XX in , . 133 . . M A1 3-Tr LA' l Qqple " - E . 231- elel'-USIVIQ ll ll Nl, 'QV 34 Mlm A W.O eg-.MWA If Ll ,l I mm ,IJ pr A .J .J tw A A ,xrleljllirlgl .qnfff-fffvI5e'E,flpI'tx. fi I I me, MMI XI, R ,Tiff lf. ,bf Ab KMA A I All. 4 jvlffyn !.g5g.ysCQ,C5-an-Q Cgreshman Intercollegiate 'Debates .Js preparation for future varsity delzating, Fresh- men are seleelezl for wzrious intercollegiate Fresh- man debates. IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Morris, Flynt, Parker, Fowler. Second row: Culpepper, Nicholson, Mitchell, Baxter. Third row: Cancller, Byrd. f 1 WITH GEORGIA TECH JACK. C. MORRIS JACK FLYNT JAMES FOWLER FRANKLIN PARKER WITH FLORIDA EUGENE CULPEPPER D. B. NICHOLSON, JR. WITH MERCER GUYTEN MITCHELL HARRY BAXTER INIADISON BYRD ASA CANDLER VVITH AUBURN EUGENE KELLEY EUGENE CULPEPPER G.: A., A I A . -. we Sl. ff Q f f QR A I if ffl'lPI-f.l+-m11i' A5553 URS 5 RZ lk , R I I Retired: fl I I Bl- f . 134 . If. f ,WL 1, , I I -'X . ,V .lf-31, IW H ' If I1!y'f'JN If ff 5, fry 3 ,Mu ,gl','4'I ', ,jx . - I ' vja, f.' C Qilyghrz r If V 2 Q! f L ' ,Ps Jn orgzuziznlirnz of agrirzllllzml 37111161115 for Ihe jrronmtiozz of 1Jt'bIlfIIILf and other f'U!'f'lI.VII' arts. OFFICERS A. S. JOHNSON . . . lJI'FSII!r"lIf First Quarter J. S. HARDEN . . . lJl'FSIl1F!IfSl7l'flllIl Quarter LOYD IRWIN . . l'r1f.vi1lef1f Third Quarter IN I'IC'TL'RI2 FROM 'mv - LEFT TU RIGHT - First row: Johnson, Harden, Irwin, jordan. Scfoazd row: David, Gluzier, Baker. 1 1 1 1 DICBATING COUNCIL C. L. JORDAN TOM DAVID R, H. GLAZIER AGRICULTURAL KEY COUNCIL COMPTON O. BAKER R. H. GLAZIER C. L. JORDAN TOM DAVID LOYD IRWIN 'fl NC ' ' fx AWAY. I, J ill'-' A A A wW'W "ffil'F,,:' -.-,A Q I 'I , fjgnfr '! lit' K V tj Six, Iii' XXI - gy! K LH" it j W -- f' I " K Z Lf. N x Ev' A If 6,2101 ,ffrsxq ., AJ A O9 I A f ,I I M +I I M A f f I XI ff N . I I .I I I l1'IiiIIK"4 I RR A A A .135. 5 J 31 ,M J! ., ' f 'ni fe MQ' If .QA .Wim iw. E .T 4"F'wE7Wf17Qh inf XV hDTi7IEQ lwlhxfi ij? .,..-,f "igl'IrQf1 eP1lgI"iH1ff ' N. U fi L. ' I l+eli,lh I QQEQQ' k4nLM'wrhMmQM A Mt'wmJMM?wmQGKDfm Qfhgricultural 'Debates The Jgrieultural Club sponsors debates lzetiueen the wzrious vlasses in the College of i1lgrieult11re, ana' zlsually sponsors llZl6I'l'0llFg'lflfF flehates with other ngrieulturnl rolleges, but this year -was lmnzjrerezl hy laelr of funzls. IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Baker, Grogan, Irwin. Second roto: OyK6Il6y. 1 1 1 1 1 JUNIOR-SENIOR DEBATE lfesolwefl that College Credit slzoulzl he given for extra-eurrieular activities. Aflirmative Negative' COMPTON O. BAKER LOYD IRWIN H. L. GROGAN G. L. O,KELLEY Decision for Negative SOPHOMQRE DEBATE Resolved that Congress should pass the Domestic Allotment Plan. AHirmz1tive Negative WESLEY CALHOUN TOM CORDELL H. G. BELL A. M. BENNETT elee L ,Lge by st me G is 'ff' we s XQXO 5l?f,'Lge:1fp4h- GJ R., Q1hwQ. get Owe in QI I BN I iw to r B efs5Nf MQVAA Q1 1 fjkq f Q? T W, HI .136. SCDPI-ICDIXACDIQES OPHOMORES, despite their etforts, at no time in the year attract considerable atten- tion. Undistinguished throughout the year, their year is best characterised by the second term-period ot steady work. They have had too many rough corners knocked ott to stand crudely in the way as do treshmenq not yet worn smooth, they do not shine. They are with us the whole year, strolling up 84 down thinking great thoughts, great things to do. Campus wits have remarked that sophomores are really not second-year men, but trustees ot the University, each, by some subtle torm ot selt-tlattery, teeling that the system could no longer operate without his advice 84 con- sent. The sophomores are just tar enough away trom the plebs to see their constella- , .1 ' , 'iii' ""'fi,i: -',, . 1" T 'A Q K - X vigil? "YW 5 . ' 7 cz if Y T if T ' i I IT? fi, 5 ff9. .,-Q, 1 dsifiix Nl' 'fir fPi'm?:Y - , 4 H15 S1 ' 'Q r rs . , wg' 4H3x6" 5"wij-'5 . 9 x37 gi -L55 : s 52 '1 f. swf -- .L awf'fw1f.f". 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T 'f 4- x .Mi -4V"5g 'gr 1: .-sb j-5'1" , o .I ,,,,,,,,,. l, 4 A X Q, ,, ss ,--far -, gs: f.,,,:,.g J 'fffsa-. . . W -Liz f awffsf2.'.riffffii, " 1' ' ' A , f' f .4 , ' fl av -' wr-exe"-s, ,f, ,, ' U 5 v m,5wQk,!,,K,4 -.1 , j,o,LA ,.gag fwlwvrr' ,. .1 . N6 v :mg ' . " 3 134.4 .5.,. -Q' , . J, . , ,' f,..c.g,.,., ...,f' 4 uf , N- tions in the ascendancy, just near enough to graduation to employ with assiduous care the carriage supposedly in use by gentlemen al- ready bachelors ot the arts. 'Tis Georgia tradition that the heritage ot the sophomores is to become inveterate enemies ot the Administration 81 perennial tormentors ot brazen treshmen who dare intrude the cam- pus with their presence. Unnoticed otherwise, they attract notoriety by their escapades, sophomore ettorts at "wild-oat sowing." Less militant than usual, '33's Sophomores were largely a group ot pacitists, never having been carried on graveyard parties, never hav- ing trembled at the yell ot marauding upper- classmen-apparently never desiring to intlict such experiences upon those below them. B 4 'abt , .P,,,-uw A ,Sf H, 11 N 4 5' A ' 1 ag- - ,- A . X A 53' 'Pk X ,vf M, ' .1 ,R y - .f I" . 4' - ' ..f L:-f , ' 9 f' -1 .. 1, , , b . -1, ', X ' ". - ,, 1 .-ji " -T' ,A L4 , , .. ,X IJ Tzfvsf-S--. Y A s i 'nzmmnu JV. .137. 7 it N- H 2 fe g p +- v .I ,- . . ' 1 gf Qllhx jc? lr I X J f 'iw f if I 1 2 'ily il' UL' ld - - 2 VX A , A ' ' ' 5731 'J "MQ Q - l ,I .' .I . 'Jo XI file 'illlnllt llllll XQWN N Fl 4 N X . - xx I, L X7 'Mn IJ: X f .: ' ' Klip A I Q I R, fm 'I-ll BLT ff ,R C C A ,III A AY ,fit I I fi' 'X .I , I fb Q ',7lil?2f1Gf'?i-f3F U All A A' L NJN J Iriei Ari Neff 'ri I9 j f it fiiv Aljfjjifi fr' gf IJJKXIXN nj. kv WYOLIE ARTHUR ABERCRONIBIE . . Athens WALTER LEWIS ABNEY . . . Athens MILDRED ADAIR . . . Carnesville EDWIN G. ADAMS . Greensboro JOE LYNN ADERHOLD . . Lavonia MARY SUE ADERHOLD . . Commerce MARION H. ALLEN, JR. . Milledgeville MARTHA SUE ALMAND . . . Athens HARRISON L. ANDERSON . . Marietta SARAH LOUISE ANDERSON . Dallas OMER GILBERT ARIAIL . . Maysville MILDRED ARMOUR . . . . . Rayle CHARLES ASBELLE . . . . Commerce Sophomore Glass Qfficers F Cgrcmklin Cfollege and Gollege of Qlgriculture JOHN MERCER CAVENDER . . President LEW KILBURN .... Vita-Pzeszdent MCALLEN MYERS . Secretary-Treasurer Gollege of Education NIARTI-IA UNDERWOOD . . President CLARA NELMS . . . Sefremry NIYRA VVHITEHURST . . Treasurer SAMUEL CARTER ATKINSON . Waverly JACK L. AUSTIN . . . . Griflin MARY V. AYCOCIL . . . Monroe FRANCES BAILEY . . . . Commerce OTTIS ELMO BALLENGER . . Waycross CATHERINE BARKER . Cave Spring RICHMOND BARGE . . Atlanta DORIS BARNARD . . . . Dacula HATTIE BARNETTE . . . Alpharetta WILL GRACE BARRETT . . . Calhoun GRAHAM BATCHELOR . . Simon, Texas WARREN CANDLER BAXLEY llephzibah if iz. N " MPS "'I fI '-A -47 all fgrqy , , ': YT ff' Jflfflf Q, 'il M fIIu,i .,ot314'w?'X R ix ff H I f .1 Lsfxih is I I Q 'I l'f'tlIffe 'fa J Q3 FN? ml If I I In K5 W f I I Il faffhffx fi I I P I1 It fN"'iW I L15 I 5. E lllfqg-ll . 138 I ff ly' 'X ,J . , , " 'V 1 "J II . , jf 51, I xiii'-Si C'.ff"AI5lJ l V . l1U?':'f7 I C' iff. ii?" 1 X I .1 vi fu! fluyjlxfligl I fi, .N W! if A . uyrr 3. , fm ,J X . K r llhffj P, M Ig I 1 I -I, , -. x A ,II I I. we A-H 1 xr is il I J rf' "U I 1 , "I'y' H 4 IJJVX If I ff -' I, V ' X ,' ' AN Q . I f ,- K. ry, 'I -, ' ' R U 7,4 , , , -,I I I Y ll! ' f J X Ira, any. I inf I I . . 5. 4 ,M 4 , 4 N hfxwf, if I f' I I 'O , 1 -9 - I I. f ,ff if '- 'y -' ,NYY ,-WV' 'V' W jp ,X-I l l 'if ' ' f N ' J , 5-1 ..? ' 4 .16 L' " X I A 4.1 I1 , , NR fi 5 4 l 4 J , 'xl J Sophomores JAMES HUBERT BAXTER, JR. . . . Ashburn HENRY GREEN BELL . . Halcyondale ASA MONROE BENNETT . Washington NELSON A. BENNETT . . JAMES LUCIAN BENTON, JR SIDNEY BERG . . . ARTHUR BERNSTEIN . . NIARY JANE BICKERSTAFF . JOSEPH B. BILDERBACK . RUBY BILLINGSLEA . OLA GLYNN BISHOP . . NIARLIN EARL BLACKNVELL SARAH EVELYN BLACKWELL STEPHEN GRAHAN1 BLAND NELSON BYRD BLOCKER . SARAH BOLLINGER . LOIS BONNER . VIVIAN BOSTON . . . WILLIAB1 REID BOSWELL . MIRIABI BOWERS . . ESMAN PAUL BOZEMAN . EMMIE BRAGG . . . AMANDA BRANCH . . CHARLES SIMS BRAY . MORTON BRIGHTXNELL . . Sandford, lvlaine . Monticello . Brooklyn, N. Y. Bronx, N. Y. . . Athens . Gray . Albany . Athens . Marietta lWlOntiCellO Lumpkin . . Athens Belton, S. C. . Rutledge . Atlanta Greensboro . Fitzgerald . Tate . . Gray Watkinsville . . Atlanta . lvlaxeys l l l I BERNICE BRIM . . . JESSE CLYDE BROCK . . RAYMOND BROCKINOTON . ROBERT FANST BROOKS . ESTA LEE BROWN . . LUCILE TURNER BROVVN . THOINIAS DIXON BROWN . RICHARD CRAVVFORD BROYLES LEON K. BRUNO .... . . Sasser . Sale City . Brunswick . Lexington . Danielsville . Atlanta lVIartin . . Decatur lllaplewood, NIO WILLIAM WALTER BUCHANAN . . . Athens GRACE BULLARD . . Camilla LOUISE BULLOCK . . Dallas ROBERT M. BUNCE . . . Savannah RAYMOND REUBEN BURCII Eastman LUCY EVELYN BURKHALTER Athens WALTER JACKSON BURPEE . . . Athens JAMES A. BURROUGHS . . Commerce SARAH RUSH BURTON . . Lavonia ANITA BUTTS . . . Monroe lVIARGIE CALDXVELL . . LaGrange JOHN WESLEY CALHOUN . . . Macon EUGENE CALLAN .... Norman Park ELIZABETH COLEMAN CAMP . . Atlanta PAUL CALAWAY CAMPBELL Danielsville PROCTOR CAMPBELL . . . . . Athens A . , I KN Iiif R N g,g.5LlK2Qffg5eaQ5pll if j , XXX R GY! 14115, Iwiigf J 'I I 1' ' li I .Qt 1 iilllmfkwa Jiiz ffff Q' Et l BA A A .ON A I7 as L I W f A. I I I H fig- I W Nfllsififggl E A - 'X 139 . 1, N J I vi 'CE - .2 .4 1 . N Ass gtfiail ' f I . PY Y Ffa srl .Z wi f X - QLIJ ,rw k I If f I I -I f A . , I. I C A ,al I I j1y,i'jyJ 4lh1,5-9 gftrhixil, fem qllilffff QI I F-iw! J wr I t Airy If e ff llfmfgfsjfixggg CLC LJi1?.1f' U-,ekfl I "' I? Im ti' Vg , Q ,llllf G MI. J W PS1 I-YSL' vE"'5'A Sophomores VIRGINIA M. CAMPBELL . . Clearwater, Fla. MARY CAROLYN CARMICHAEL . . . Comer HERBERT CLAY CARRUTH . . . Roswell ROSA DELONY CARSON . . Savannah CURTIS HAROLD CARTER . . . Scott GEORGIA EUGENIA CARTER . , Athens LUCY NELLE CARTER . , . Rochelle MAURICE EDWIN CARTER Morganton MARY CASTELLOVV . . . Georgetown JOHN lVlERCER CAVENDER . Millwood NINA CHAFIN .... . Norwood CHARLES T. CHAMBLISS . . Haddock GEORGE AUBREY CHAPMAN . Winder ORA LEE CHRISTIAN . . , . Athens JULIA CLARK . . Donalsonville ABIANDA CLARKSON . . LaFayette CARLISLE COBB, JR. . . . Athens DANIEL COHEN . . New York, N. Y. SAM J. COLEMAN . . . . Atlanta HARRIET COLEY . . . Atlanta JAMES TAYLOR COLLIER . . Meansville OUIDA COLBERT COLLIER . Colbert PLEASANT COLLINSWORTH . Atlanta EDNA COMER .... . Wayside JAMES WILSON COMER . . Wayside fa m f lv WPI ALICE DORSEY COMPTON . . Athens DONALD A. COOK . . . Bloomheld ISABEL COOK .... . Keysville RAYMON LEWIS COOK . . . Augusta LEONARD WARREN COOPER . Athens MORTON JEP COOPER . . Atlanta WILLIAM A. COOPER . . Grayson TOM MAC CORDELL . . . Hartwell BAXTER CRAXVFORD CRANE . Athens RUFUS SAMUEL CRANE . . Athens JANET CRANVFORD . . . . Athens SUSAN PENELOPE CRAWFORD . . . Toccoa MRS. IDA P. CREW ...,.. Whigham .JOSEPH P. CROUCH . . . . Ocilla LAURA CROW . . Clearwater, Fla. A MARY LEE CUMMING . . . Flovilla EMMA KATE CURTIS . . . College Park NORMAN PHILIP CURTIS . . . Americus WILLIAM JACKSON DALE . . Athens MARGARET HAINES DASHER . . Savannah MARY PEARL DAVIDSON . . Cartersville EDWARD HUNT DAVIS . . Grifhn WILEY HOWARD DAVIS . . Atlanta MARY STARK DAVISON . . Athens HAMMOND DEAN . . . Monroe Us ,I B fi J W7 my 5,-QQ, ow .js ,ll :ig Q -ln .lftif J Afrgilhkiasgfgrlb ll Q!! QNJJTEJ j X ta A tl . f-HSN J A 5 HH. A X 5 ll XXL f '7 X , A RC Qu, K.- Ac .A l f'mIj'J- I ifll. V' ,',. -yisrjf 'l- 11 ,J I 4' Ii I ,-hw s' .f I I 'I V ' . It ' Qty I I. J If, 2 I .mx li ix ll! ll s..-t I R ,-V5 VX-. 4,v,,4.t,. , ' ,:f-- I , L . , f. .C'.., It ., I- .fs"' "' AI, , I, ,' -tl. t. It I . I ' t , I .-1 If . It If JI ' i 'ri 1"4l . I . l l 1 I jf" ll 1 1 l l I' ' z ' ,H gn! fxfsfi I it fn fm I I 2 l I If "1 ,.lV!i! UTQIUJ l l if l' l x A 'l 4 xl I A 'll I X gl ..,'-ip ,ref 5-K If, 1. I I J -I E . Ny I 'Q I v I wx I I fizff ffll If W W I . , -I 4 1 ff Q " I. ' L WI A l L, 1 +5 'ld' , A N Sophomores EDITH CJOODVVIN DEARING . ERNEST FRANK DEESE . HARRY EUGENE DEFOOR . JENNINGS H. DENNIS . HENRY BAILEY DICKENS . RAS NIARSHALL DICKERSON LUCY VIRGINIA DILLARD . ETHYLENE DIXON . . . R. P. DORBS ..... JASPER NEWTON DORSEY, lll HEI,EN DOSTER .... WILLIAM PERRIAN DOWNEY TOM A. DOZIER .... CARO LAMAR DUBIGNON . MEYER llfIERTON IJUCHIN . RIADGE NICLEOD DURDEN . SAM DYKES .... CAROLYN EBERHART . VIRGINIA EBERHART . lx4ARTIN W. EDGE . . WM. EUGENE EDWARDS . NELLIE RUTH ELKINS . JORDAN G. ENNIS . . . EVELYN ELIZABETH EPPS . JACK R. EPTING . . . . Athens . . Dublin East Point . Lyons . Bristol . lNIcDonOugh . Arnoldsville . Glenville . Athens . . lXfIZ1l'lCtt2l . Mon 1' Oe . 'liallapoosa . . Athens . . . Toceoa . Liberty, N. Y. . Swainsboro . Cochran . Carlton . lllaysville . Doerun . Dalton . . Cairo . Alilledgeville . . Athens . Athens MARGARET ALICE EPTINC lVIARY LAMAR ERWIN . AUBREY CARLOS EVANS . ULLIE LOUISE EVINS . rllHOIVlAS EVINS . . PHIL HARRIS FAHRNEY . WILLOUSE FAMRRU . . GLENN EARNEST FANT . IRENE ESTA FELDMAN THOS. M. FERGUSON . HEARN A. FICQUETTE . Athens . Athens . Rebecca . Grantville . Atlanta . Atlanta . Athens . . . Athens Charleston, S. C. . . . Cuthbert . VVinter Garden, Fla. ALICE WALKER FIELD ..... Monroe JANE FIELDS . . . . lllontezurna CLARA FITZGERALD . . Tallapoosa LOIS FLANAGAN . . Athens lVlILTON E. FLANDERS . . . Ocilla NAN FLEMING .... . Lincolnton THOMAS LDATMAN FLEMING . . Atlanta AVIS FLETCHER .... . Fitzgerald . LILLIAN FORBES . . Athens CLINE OSCAR FORD . . Grayson ALLEN FORT . . . Americus FRANCES FOSTER . . Perry ' DOROTHY FRAKER . . Dalton WILLIE BELLE ISREEMAN . . Danielsville A. .. X ,, fs. 5' ,- Ailgji if Af , Z f Ax . IIE:-mfg ' pw -LIA-,ffW3,ff:.:s'IQf :Lt AD Qf' A N fl I! 5? Afaigl NL ' A 125 A 1- - 5 51 wf ' ' .141. - if . . ff 52- .45 'Til is iw , Lili' lfuglxldfgl AI f I. ' fl- I' A 'Y Yi Ll We Jiri-Y-f X 'Q ,.. ' '. L7 xUfVIJrw'7N. V!"-i-2' i"fX'J' P' .H ,LV I I . ' i -,V I A . L 1 - fa di 'IMT ff fr A 734 Q . A l'-'NI' Y' , 'l Q - in ififl' I Y xi' ' KJ N j ,J I7 'I vii Ax I Q - ,ll If X' " A I '- ,elf 1, - .J I A f I I , I ' ,f J .Q Y- , ,ey lf V. " H XMI MLA ill" . I' A .,, ,5g sg-.1-'ff WESLEY DRAKE GRIFFIN .... Atlanta JACK GRIFFITH . . . . Gadsden, Ala. BOYD B. GUILLEBEAU ..... Atlanta SANDY CRAWFORD GUNNELS .... Hull JOHN KRISTIAN HAGElN1ANN . Brooklyn, N. Y. JOHN P. HALE . . . . Athens LOvIE HALE .... . Summerville THOMAS BYRD HAINI, JR. . . . Atlanta E. B. HAMILTON ...... Unadilla ALTHA CAROLYN HAMANN . Brooklyn, N. Y. MILTON L. HARDEINIAN ..... Athens REGINALD SAMUEL HARDIGREE . Farmington MARY PARKER HARLEY ..... Baxley FRANCES HARPER . . . Crawfordville JAMES M. HARRISON . . . Linton M. C. HARRISON . . . Bethlehem MARION HARTSHORN . . . Griffin ESTHER HASKIN . . . . Macon HAL BASKIN HATCHER . . Macon JOSEPHINE HEMPHILL . . Griffin RUBY CLAIRE HENDON . . . . Athens WILLIAM MORAN HENDRICKS . . Atlanta ANN HENDRIX ...... . Auburn FRANK DOUGLAS HEREFORD, JR. . . Waycross Sophomores ELOISE l'iUI.LBRIGHT . JAMES CYRII, FUTCII . ELAINE GAINOUS . NIONTINE GARRE'l'T . NELI, GASSETT . . EMILY GAY . . . HELEN GEFFEN . . WILLIAM G. GENTIQR . LORING EDGAR CSILMORE HUGH QSILREATH . . lX'IARGUERITE GLENN . FELDER VENTON CEUDWIN ETHLYN GOODXN'lN . . BEATRICE GORDAN MAX CSOWER, JR. O. TOM CEOWER . . . CLAIRE HELEN CJRAMLING lV1ILTON GRANGER . . JOSEPH ARSTON GRANT CLAUD BETHUNE GREEN HUGH PHILLIPS GREEN BELLE M. GREER . . . J AMES ARTHUR GRIFFETH DUQUEANE GRIFFIN . LOUIE HANNAH GRIFFIN . Winder . Nashville . Pelham Statham . Byron . Newborn . Atlanta . Atlanta . Athens Cartersville . Carlton . Lenox Greensboro . Trion . Grayson . Cordele Savannah Blackshear . Cornelia . Clayton . Augusta . Athens Danielsville Gainesville . Gibson E. . .... .. . .... . L . ,. L. ...... ...-..... ..-4... ..-.......A.4 isis i I ..a....-..l N LLLJI .L rf' Jw .f --7 J 'O fn .iw it fi' JU" fyhf ' ff' I' A W I I lil - Qelglflw 'ATF fl--- J Sxfrimb A ' f f LVXA if Wife KAI QP fi till A AXE Ri I 9 i Qi ku J I iw lsfwfiglgf l-A ill S Illrfgjl U .142. A U. .. I, . ,V 'X I I I' " rf ' K.. - f Il' , j lx ,Ap rwfiiy I' F3 . -, I 1 . !,V,,h.N .5 he. .I I., , I .I I, .. 1? .,sf,f. 'Her +- - I CA., ' - f A , 1 1 li" M IIT-O 'Ill fillliglf I ,ifijj I if , Ml X fx! ,lil A l I El if ii tial 'MK ll -A llfyilllfhll lil I V ll Ilifikiyi if I i l l Q ll K li I I l Xf , , l J 7 A Sophomores POLLY HIGGINBUTHANI . . Danielsville LEVVIS W. HIGGINS ....... Rome KATHERINE FRANCES HIGIITOWER . Cedartown BENJAMIN C. HII,I,, JR. .... Winder LOUIS H. HILL, JR. . . . Lawtey, Fla. THOMAS JAMES HlI,I,lS . . Girard FLORENCE HINES . . . Newnan MARGARET HINTON . . Newborn QUINTON E. HODGES ..... Hinesville EDWARD lVICCUI,I.0UGH HIJDCISKJN . . Athens JOSEPHINE HODGSON .... . Athens REGINALD HUTCIIINS HKJDGSIPN . . Athens MRS. SARA HOLCOMIIE . . . . Statham LEONARD E. HOLLAND . . . . Cohutta JOHN BSIWNIETT HOLLIMAN . . Thoinaston HARRY A. HOPKINS . . . Atlanta ELLA HOPSON . . . . Newnan JOHN B. HORNE, JR. . . Atlanta RUTH HOUSE . . . Savannah CATHERINE HOWARD . . Atlanta ERNEST W. HOWARD . . Blackwells JOHN C. HOXN'ELL . . . . Thomson WADE COTHRAN HIJYT . . . . Rome WILLIAM DAVID HUBBARD . . . Rockmart TERRELL E. HUEERT . . . Milledgeville 1 I,.,.,,,,,..,,....,- ..-C Y ANNETTE HUDSON Columbus HENREJO HUDSON . . . . Gray WILI,IAN1 E. HUDSON . . Athens JOE CURTIS HUFF . . Danielsville JOHN DILLARD HUI,AIE . . Rutledge EVELYN HUNT . . . . Perry SIDNEY FORTSON HUNT . . Athens - WILLIAM H. HUNTER . . Elberton . LUCY HUTCHERSf7N . Danielsville JOSEPHINE IRWIN . . Jefferson JACK P. IRWIN . . Doerun JOHN H. IVEY . . W'ashingtOn MONTINE JACKSON . . Macon CHARLES S. JACOBSON . . Atlanta LEMUEL P. JAMES, JR. . . James A WALLACE HOOVER JAMISON . Atlanta ROBERT LOUIS JEFFERSON . Albany JOSEPH O. JENKINS . . Hartwell MARY ALICE JESTER . . . Athens DOROTHY ANNE JOHNSON . Atlanta HELEN JOHNSON . . . Rome IRIS JOHNSON .... . Jefferson JOHN ELDRIDGE JOHNSON Winterville ELZALENE JOHNSTON . Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 1 KATHRYN JOINER . . . . Watkinsville L.,..,,,., ........ ,, ..... ............,,. ..,.. ML. ,.,,.. -.... ,. ...,.- LM... SM.. ....-L-. 'O ' LIL, nf' A . f N A -I pl xv, . A Xi OE? AI , X f as . A ietiifl A A iff' ?fifg,f?i2 il L C.-Hee A A we f f N A H.-va If I atrf A As, II 'EERE QQ la f A Six A' f ElIliLIeI.mlAA::1fiIgR5 N I A A il - I I AI A A f I 1 fl CO5 I 4 N I' L'TV5xJl' wKYfVjfUf ,. lfx l1l.w'I-v . 143 . '. -N J V tix 1,51 435134, an -irigfifiiy J V4 . J. g miiIg,QemfffS3gjtI 11 Sl , I QIfLf',tw Lil f av, - Q I 'J 'E . .4 R L4fA:+li IAM I W 5lIfF1'gin.gfJL.i'lf.,LLA.. A -' IPX V Y Y Sophomores 'S LOLA BELLE LIVSEY . . Lawrenceville NIARION LEE LUCREY . . . ROBERT PAUL LUDWIG . CLIFFORD D. LUNCEFORD . SARA P. MADDEN ...., WILLIAhfI ADDISON BIATTOX, JR. WILLIAM D. MALEY .... . Augusta . Erie, Pa. . . Sparta . Concord . .Winder . Athens EUGENE COBB MALLARY .... Athens THERESA L. MALLON . . . . . Athens EUGENIA MARSH . . . Fair Forest, S. C. JOHN L. MARSHALL, JR. . . . EDVVIN ORMONDE MARTIN . JOHN WESLEY MARTIN . . MARY MARTIN . . . SARA MARTIN . . . . SHIRLEY LEE MARTIN . . THELMA MARTIN ..... FRED CHARLTON MASON, JR. . SYBIL MATHEWS .... . CARTER MAXWELL . . . . Rockmart . Hinesville . Atlanta . Chipley Flemington . Alpharetta VVaynesboro . . Atlanta . . Texas . Talbotton DICK CHARLES MAXWELL . . Sanford, Fla. LAVINIA M.AYNARD . . . BELLE SCOTT MEADOR . . . JAMES MCWHORTER MEADOWS . JOHN F. MEDLOCK .... . . Athens . Atlanta . Athens . Norcross MARvALENE JOINER . . CLAYTON JONES, JR. . IRENE JONES . . . GRACE JORDAN . . . MARTHA SUE JORDAN . LEON KAHN . . . HARRY' SOL KAPLAN . . HARRIET KEHRER . . . FREEMAN CURTIS KESLER OLIVIA IQESLER . . . LLEVVELLYN KILBURN . CHARLES H. KIMZEY . JOHN WESLEY KING . JAMES PERRY KNIGHT . WILLIAM L. KNOX . EDMUND A. LANDAU, JR. W. LEVVIS LANE . . . THOMAS M. LANG . . CLARA ALICE LANGFORD . . JAMES R. LANGFORD, JR. . HUGH T. LAWSON . KATHRYN LAWSON . . ANNA FRANCES LEESON EMILEE LEVERETT . . AUGUSTINE P. LITTLE, JR. . Watkinsvillc . . Albany . . Edison Byronville . Woodland . Bainbridge . Savannah . Decatur . Ashland . Winder . Atlanta . . Athens Douglasville . . Atlanta . Thomson . . Albany Social Circle . Calhoun Danielsville . . Leary . Nelson . . Perry . Bowman . Toccoa . Louisville X l,g.l-,.T.l.M 51, L J .O H 5- 7fCDYf,7'I.1ibn QA at ff, K .F A 5 j Q WX . Qld' Ac A I If . X. X 1 Q vgjflf ilu L L - K J XM Ala Bl 5 ll if-il .144-. N,n. 1 .I Y V 1 F4 I M l..: .,. Af-:-' HJC Af 5 4 'Mil ,Il 'Ugg 'ff 37x.ilflIYff"I' H I' 4 I If R LI-III rim' 'lf' "' Dil "l WL' 7 .C , . JA M r hy-3,1 f .Yi . Sophomotes ANNAREL lVIEDI,YN . . GEORGE L. NIERRITT, JR. . CHARLES B. METHVIN . . ANNA l'lANNETTli lXf'lICHAlZI, . MAX lVIICHAlEI., JR. . . CHARLES A. lX"IlI.l.liR . CLIFFORD lVllI.l.ER . . . l'lELEN CLARICE lX'Ill,I,liR . LUCILE lXlII,I,ER . . CUNIVIE lVllI,l,liR . . ELLIS WIIIIIARIJ lx'llLI,S . JAMES l"URI:ER lX'lINCEY . lf A A I lu-"fl ' ,J J I 7- I l, 1 'J-iii Q! ' h XHNCI I ij , ' 1 Y 1, ,ali , W V 'J' IA J 'I I Vzfl fl it Il . - K" 'MJ l . I I I IIN I ,J ll f I -f' - 1 4 .,I I J I ! f A lr XX ,kr 'I I xx I -I I V? I. ff ly: LI I. , ati! I X , A : i f . Camilla . Ciinnning . Atlanta . Athens . Athens . Athens . hilartin . Ctlllllllbllh Bainbridge Cherry Log . . Wadley . Claxton ALFRED WARREN lVlINOT . Collingswood, N. J. BYRON lX'lITCHliI.I,, JR. . . l'lII,DA R. llfllTCHELI. . IDA FRANCES MOGUL . ELIZABETH lVl0NTGOMERY . JAMES R. lXl0NTGOMERY . CELESTE RIOORE . . LEROY lXl00REHliAlJ . LOUISE lX'IORGAN . JOHN D. lX'IORRIS . . . Gainesville . Atlanta . . Atlanta VV:1yneShOrO Warrenton . Sharon . Athens . BllCl111ll1lll . .Athens ESTHER LOUISE NIORRISON . . Talking Rock ALICE MORROW .... MAXWELL NIOSELEY lMlORROVV . Athens . Athens HENRY JOSEPH RIORTON . ROBERT l'lI.AVII, lxlOSliI.liY . ROBERT LEE lXl0SEl,liY . NELL MOSS ..... JAMES rllERRIl,l, RIURPHY . EULA lXlAli RIURRAY . . . ROXVLAND WILLIAM AIURRAYV, MCALLEN C. lx'lYERS . . . . . Haddock . Eastanollee . Eastzlnollee . Decatur . rllalmo . . Bogart IR. . . Atlanta . . Lalfayette 7? lC5'ff. .. . 11-Al It ZLFBN J QUT lily Z ,A i H , I KATHERINE lXlCCAI,I,A . . Middleton FRANCES MCCAY . . Eastanollee LENORE MCCOOI4 . . Atlanta R. L. MCCOY' . . . . Danielsville JOHN lVl. NICCLURE . . . . Rossville PAUL JAMES lxfICCOLI,UINl . . Thomasville REX D. MCCORD . . . . LaFayette DAVID N. lx'ICCUl,l.0UGH . . Atlanta DAISY MCCURRY .... . Hartwell RICHARD EDWARD lxICDONAl,IJ . . . VVinder ALBERT RKICELROY .... . Buchanan THOMAS ALLEN NICFARLAND . . Louisville NATHAN STEGIS NICGARITX' . . . Jersey MAURICE MCGLAMRY . . . . Americus CLEVELAND NICINNIS . . Palmetto, Fla. RACHEL LATA MCLARTY . . . Atlanta BERNICE RICLENDON . . . Sasser pr Nl .ikik l .1 ,,-,-, N, li: :.i1x,S,",fi..-,J ,iv-..f'7I N 7 Il.-1 fII.1x':5 YF' ,. gAv1,f-.- i, N Vx I' I , ' if WI il' O ifTi'lf'4II..1 XiihMll.lWFW ,Z lr A l ii 'wx Nl. 5 l l WD! I IVAII 5? X X ,SKA ,ff- l LI 066 4. A .14-5. . eg I A V lv ,R f-'LAQ QR . fi il X9 'iffih' ff? I I- -1- .11ffi..ffA I I flwefilfifa I NIJ ,Il If, C g f JJ 9 ,, l S I , I I ,I I X fl, II ' fl an gil'iffIb'iif'il'i Wt 4 ti M i3fhA.,l1lIIlll le SDI ie'Fi'Ei5'ei . 7454+ ' P' ,, 11,1 : I. S SH I- if " ff I ,I llfl-15' Q CZECJLQSNXVJA. A BELLE vi lm QED W 633+ Z u. ' I lg 'NYM L . , . eq-fgs' I jophomores I EVELYN OWENS . KARL R. OXVENS . . MARGARET OXVENS . . ALFRED EUGENE PACE . CHARLES JOSHUA PAINE . SARA M. PALMER . . E. A. PARISH . . . AILEEN PARKER . . . JAMES TRUMAN PARKS . HELEN OLIVIA PARR . EMORY M. PATTILLO . . . GEORGE MARSHALL PEELER . ---GLENN WALTON PENNINGTON IDELLE PENNINGTON . . . ANNIE JAMES PENTECOST . DOROTHY PERKERSON . TOM PERKINSON . SARA W. PERRY . JULIA PICKETT . . LEONCE L. PICOT . . . HAROLD HENDERSON PILGRIM ROBERT LAURENCE PINSON . AGNES HAIWPTON PITTS . . JOHN ALFRED PITTS . . . I . . Midville . Yullee, Fla. . . Midville . Thomaston . . Waycross . Blythe . . Pelham . Waycross . LaGrange . . Athens . Decatur . . . Athens . . lVIatthews . . . Bartow . Lawrenceville . Austell . Marietta . . Dublin . Covington . Athens . . Gainesville . . . Ellijay . Atlanta . . Haddock WILLIAM B. PLATT . . . Sommerville, N. J. CHRISTINE MCLENDON . . . . Macon JOSEPH PATRICK MCMAHON . . . Athens KATHERINE VIRGINIA MCMILLAN . Altanta ISABEL GRACE MCRAE .... Savannah OZA BELLE NALLEY ..... Cumming MRS. FRANCES NASH . . . . . Athens LOUISE JO NASH . . . Crawfordville MARTHA NEAL . . . . LaFayette CLARA NELMS . . . . Atlanta FRANCES NELMS . . Athens MARY M. NEWELL . . . Carrollton ERNEST NICHOLS . . Mineralbluff WILMA NIX .... . Commerce MARVIN E. NIKON . . . . . Athens CLAUDIA LOUISE NORMAN . . . Washington JOHN R. NORTHCUT, JR. . . Marietta DAN H. NORTON . . . . . Athens BERNARD NUSSBAUM . . . Bainbridge TALLULAH ODOM . . . . Covington HUGH ROWE 0,FARRELL ..... Athens VIRGINIA OLIVER . . . . College Park HOWARD OVNEAL . . . . LaGrange CHARLES GODFREY OPPER . . Savannah ELTON SMITH GSBORNE, JR. . . Savannah WILSON MARSHALL OSTEEN . . Pembroke fix ASM I 'ga A I A my CU ,fw1,I.,A it "5 Dfl ff il f lil-.Ti . ' QW A X 3 QTEK l .ly 2,35 1 , I 'X 'lr'-, f Sf it -X H- I , .' to 'G 9: .ftfl I A ' I ELET- 4 fn " f ipflf-. -.f47'.li,L7fl ii fg 3' ' . iff YV! 3.3 ' .' - 1 C "Fwwar'V' VtVwt WH+W' xfrn I TWT I 5743 KH:-D 17 if"',y',kvyf 1 JQJVQN. QA, 'A 'ir ii i V r E ll ' 1 R, N Q . If 1 'B Claw c'ff+.l 'llv'C".-fylwl ' '71, if ' . r '. A iff ' I ,. 'I - '-fL,,,-1 cf ysiizfh +L- I l ffiiik-.Cf Y 1 L. + All if :wwf BERNICE POOL ..... . Winder HENRIETTA HATHRON PONDER . . Whigham COLUMBUS HASSELL PORTER . . Quitman HAZEL POSS . . . . . Athens KATHRYN POWELL . . . Vienna I SARA ALICE POWELL . . Union Point LEANDER K. POWERS . . . Guyton LEE OLIN PRICE . . . Athens JOHN P. PROCTER . . . Athens NIARGARET lVIAE PRYOR . Atlanta JOHN ROBERT PUCKETT . . . Blakely VINNIE LEE PUCKETT . . Flowery Branch EMMA LANE RABB . . . . Athens LILA F. RAGSDALE . . . Hiram RELA BROWN RANDALL . Atlanta MILDREIJ RAY . . . . . Hartwell WILLIAM I. RAY, JR. . CLARICE REEVES . Johnson City, Tenn. . . . Carrollton PAULINE REEVES . . . Athens ROBERT J. REYNOLDS . . Athens WILLIAM REYNOLDS . .... Athens JAMES BEAUREGUARD RHODES . . Alpharetta SARAH RHODES .... . Athens ELIZABETH HASLETT RICE . . . Elberton RUTH RICHARDSON . . . Columbus CARRIE RICHARDSON ..... Lumpkin CHARLES HYATT RICHARDSON, JR. . . Macon POLLY RIDCEWAY ....... Canon GENEVA RITCHIE . . Commerce RUBY ROBERTSON . . Rutledge ALICE ROBINSON . . . . . Lenox JOHN HOXX'ARD ROBINSON . . Montezuma MARIE ROBINSON . . . . . Lenox SARAH ELIZABETH ROBSON . . Athens ANNIE SUE ROLLINS . . . . Dalton IRVING JOSEPH ROLNICK . . Brooklyn, N. Y. HOYN'ARD JEROME ROME . . Fitchburg, Mass. WILLIAM A. ROSENEIELD . New Haven, Conn. MARTHA ROSS . . . . . Fitzpatrick SARAH L. ROUNTREE . . Reidsville ROBERT PALMER ROWE . . Comer EVA SAYVVELL ..... . Atlanta HIRAINI KNOX SCARBOROUGH . . . Comer ELIZABETH OWEN SCHILLING . . Marietta CONSTANCE SCOTT . . . . Athens H.AROLD WHITE SCOTT . . Rome ABNER DANIEL SEARCY . . Lorane WILLARD CLAY SEATON . . Cohutta WILLARD R. SEATON . . Cohutta SIMON SELIG, JR. . . Atlanta QQ .ii3X'f Gs, iwgw . . I ,fy W ,sw -,E ff' I' .iid I ffgfe ssl aint 'ww UAWMfQ+YwA MSEWB air 'Vu , I TH ci pgs 'I is tt 69? ifxl fitl A I . A 3 Qt -1 5 2a PM A ,rf 5 X X J If fd, '11 E -4' Y ti fi A - - l I S iiewi . 147 . R QX J WX- ' 22 bf Si x X:-:K pxlgr -f' I " W I- .I fl, if . I 5.19 I my A r,iG,, iQ..rX,,14i'x,AwI1fi.Qi ,sw Xl L i f h Q JFIQKNXEI H gg rIm4,L-rpg, IX I J, , 0 EB il .leafy I I , . I-A All II, If I ls! fl f, yJ,f,xAU'jj, I. I X X I C lf Keljw XSNIJ YY ,MJ KL Il lff is 7' J XI X Nj' ,Ili lx S cm I1 lil , n I Mm l U r W4 I Q, ill X5 l ZX, i 0 4 ' J R LMI 1' 3 Af! 1 f K LINTON M. SOLOMON, JR. . PATSY SPALDING .... CLARA BIAE SPARROXV . ANN IRNIA SPINKS . . D.AX'llJ CUYLER STAFFORD . DENEAN STAFFORD, JR. . . . Macon . . Atlanta . Hawkinsvillc . . Dallas . Wliite Oak . WZIYCTQDSS ,7 Sophomores HARRIET SHANRLE ..... Commerce META AUBREY SHAW . . Valdosta NAONTI SHEARHOUSE . . . Springfield WILEY EMORY SHELFER . . . Brunswick MINA E. SHEPPARD . . . Linwood, N. J. WINNIE M. SHEPIJARD . . Savannah SYBLE SHINGLER . . . Donalsonville ARTHUR RAY SHIRLEY . . Bowersville DORA BELLE SHIRLEY . . Athens ARNOLD SHULMAN . . Athens BENJ. V. SIEGEL . . . Savannah IRYIN G. SIEGEL . . . Bainbridge ANNIE LOUISE SIMMONS . . Atlanta DORIS SIMMONS . . . . Cave Spring HARVEY W. SMITH, JR. . Americus ELIZA BELLE SINGLETON .... Clayton FRANK P. SINGLETON . Copperhill, Tenn. RITA SLOTIN . . . . . . Savannah DAMCJN SMITH . . . . . Waco HEI,EN LOUISE SMITH . Hamilton FANNIE LOUISE SIMPSON . . Athens MARY E. SMITH . . . . Talbotton WII,I,IANI O. SMITH . . Hazlehurst ROBERT EDWARD SNELLING . . . Athens HERIJINA SOLANA . . . . Elberton EVELYN STALLINGS . . Atlanta LAURIE STANTON .... . Newborn JAMES WRIGHT STAPLETON . . Stapleton FRANCES EUGENIA STARBUCK . . Atlanta ELMER EUGENE STEPHENS . . Waynesboro MAREL CHADWICK STEPHENS . . . Athens ROBERT GRIER STEPHENS . . Atlanta AUGUSTUS M. STERNE . . . Atlanta JOHN ENOCH STILES . . Clarkesville L. B. STILL, JR. . . . Conyers LENA STILL ........ Lithonia JAMES BENNETT STONE . . Panama City, Fla. FRANK ALLEN STORY . . . . Ellabell AUBREY STOUDENMIRE . . Camilla MILDRED STREETER . . Atlanta ESTELLE STRICRLAND . . Grantville MARY RUTH STRONG . . . Newman HELENA STURDIVANT . . . . Chipley JOHN WILLIAM TAI.IAFERRO . . Atlanta p y 41'-Ai' .E niX'x QB' I' V' ' '-ff V '- lf ST'-R '-I4 lx: :qi-I th .sets J lil f f fX All A -W IV Af' is f Q! I, ,, ,I -I ' I S' . f ry ft' , 1 I A Y M fi H Y - I A ' AMI My I QA A I l AQHA tmmlif 0 f , X ri ,fi ttf. A 1 1 V, AFT--++ I2 6353 - - ll Jllfrtll . 148 L Lf 1 ,IJ Q 'EW ,WW , XJ, 3 I H ', I A,V,yI,1QaA , I ,C if, Qi- x ,J . fy :p l 5 get 1 fi. ' , 14, A za. L- , fyf .ff y Q 'fnrip E' , -.L V , i -.-.X 5-r K 1., I1 K i I W . W xi.: I xv., is It 'hy 'I N X 1 ,J Ax, 'K NM, rg be gil! Xllllirifmf 'il .I X Y 1 I A L J I h Xt yi ' ll ' f J WX' l'.Hv,f Rx Y , M f I ,VT . .W Unk Xrli , gf Ap! --A-' ' U ,J Y 1 ka' -Q, .. , 1 I . W zu' , YI-5 A I 'STEM' 'ii V' ' E 'l' i" ii i li ii' X 37' My lil J i i i ,IIT 5 Y 7' A-7' XJ ' fr 'Tm i ii M J fi -f ' - , .l. - .rr 38 I LLL J' A i' sophomores HERMAN EUGENE 'LALMADGE . . Atlanta LAMAR SANFORD FISAYLOR . . Greensboro LUCILE EI.IzARETII 'ISAYLOR . . Atlanta lVIARY WILL rlJEAT . . . . Athens JAMES CALVIN 'ISEAVER . . Gabbettville CHARLES EDVVARD 'LHOMAS . . Lavonia JESSIE rI1HOMAS .... lX'lOntezuma MAROUERITE r.l1H0MAS . . . . Athens IDILLARIJ NORMAN ,IJHOAIPSUN . . Athens NINA 'l'IIOMPSON .... . Stapleton SARA rllHURMOND . . Athens JAMES C. rllILI.MAN . . Athens L. lvl. rl1IS0N . . . . Savannah JOHN H. rI10DD ....,... Rome HUGH CARLTON TOWNS, JR. . Winterville WILLIE HURT rIlRAMEL . . Statham VIRGINIA r14RAMMELL . . Luthersville lVlILDRED 'TRAVVICK . Commerce ALEC rl4REGONE . . lllonroe MARY TSREGONE . . . Monroe FRANCES rliRIGG . . . Rock Hill, S. C. JULIAN M. rI4RIPPE . . . . Taylorsville EDITH DORSEX' rl4R0TTER . . . Crawfordville ERNEST FRANKLIN TUCRER .... Athens GAL Saba QM- M45, 5 5 t I ii I I l I l D V 4 i HARRY FELTON TUCRER . . Brinson nada. I A 0-ua. Zzlalalf 4? . - I EQARLIE TURBXVILLE . . Chattanooga, Tenn. 04, T BEN M. rISURNER . . Cordele L , il I .l CORNELIA r11URNER . . Macon X DEWEY H. rlSURNER . Eastanollee . ' AARON HARDY ULNI . . Augusta 'J 1. lMlARTHA UNDERWOOD . Brownwood ll LEILA ESPY URQUHART . . Waveross I VIRLYNNE JEXVEL USRY . . Knoxville HENRIETTA VANDIVER . Athens I' LANELLE XITANDIVER . . Jefferson i P WALTER T. VETTER . Miami, Fla GEORGE W. VICRERY . . Hartwell JOHN WILLIAM XTINSON . . Byron JOSEPHINE VON SPRECKEN . Fort Worth, Tex. 'W WILLIAM LLEWELLYN WADIJELI.L . . Albany 1 .I KATHRYN WALDER . . Soperton DON M. WALLACE . . Athens DOROTHY WARD . Iron City ANDRE XVARTHEN . . . Bl the Y I EVELYN VVATIN . . Danville 'yi 'I lVIATTIE WEAVER . . . Lumpkin AQ JESSE DUNCAN WEBB . . Summit .4 I ROBERT LEE WEBB, JR. Jonesboro ll MEYER DAVID WEINSTEIN . . . Greensboro ,I 'f - - JOHN H. WEST, JR. . Dawson Springs, Ky. if 7. K 1 D' 'i WE., ,QN ,. L I K A ,,f to f if a 'fr fi' .f-3 1 'IA A A I VtXECf?e...i1A Al ' l- L7 ity?-W-'W l 'Hi' CY ii . !rIiiQ'x.'P f i F he . i U H' rM1'QjlEl. Q th ' is A A ti .A I f I I Q ,rf atom. L We so A r. sm lvl r X A I I r 1 i i i gf X A l I' "T 'T I A A ffl - 4 Bl S ii Aw 1 .1-49. iv' ll . .X95 C , , lr. 'W -'TQ' H121 I X K l ,Ellie '55f'f.L 1326? I . . QQILUJQI J ldSl I ' all , JJ V J-, I. In J , , .lIlly.f2l.gIDff.,-ff lal J: 'Q X NG 5 I XJ 'X ,,jf,I,,i.dg '77 iff If - :f1j'VQlSiQQ"3ffi' -MLM HI- f fm. SJ .D , l , ,A Q ,Ji 6lf,,,A1. . fwsaasae + A Sophomores JOHN QUINN WEST, JR. .... Thomson LAURA WEST ..... . Thomson GEORGE FIELDS WHATLEX' . . . Carrollton PERRY H. WHEELER ..... Cordele HARRIETTE E. WHIDDON . Cedar Keys, Fla. l ANNIE GRAY WHITE ...... Macon BERNICE BEYMER WHITE . . Lakeland, Fla. CHILION COMPTON WHITE . . . Atlanta COYLE HURST WHITWORTII .... Hull NIIRCE WHITEHURST . . . . Dublin JOEL A. WIER, JR. . . . . . Athens WILLIAM ELBERT WILKES . . Lincolnton IADELAIDE H. WILKENS . . . Athens PEGGY HELEN WILLIANIS ..,. Athens THEODORE RAWORTH WILLIAMSON . Augusta MARVIN J. WILLIS . . . . . Athens WALTER R. WILSON, JR. . . . Douglas JOSEPH LUSTRAT WINECOEF . . Atlanta NELL WOOD ..... . . Savannah NELLE WOOD . . . . . . Athens MARY SUE WOODRUFF . . . VValnut Grove IRENE WOODWARD . . , . Cedartown BOYKIN S. WRIGHT . . . . . Sharon GRADY WRIGHT ..., . . Dublin SARA FRANCES YARBOROUGH . . . Commerce JASPER YVEOMANS . . Decatur MALCOLM YOUNG . . Savannah MARY A. YOUNG . . . Homer Wag? . Ifffrzf- lrriitci lil Tl - lv l 'lliigmd At: Ii? Wm A 22' E' N. wi Oy 'hr' liglfinf A Nl Xl U YWQQ VL-'W'-"Ll lfk L-I Ilctfaflll III A . 150 . BASKET-BALI. -K i STUDENTS returning from the Christmas holidays found the University Winter sports program under way with Basket-ball holding the spotlight. The I932 football games had become history 81 now the second major sport A .1 439619 QLAPQT JKf at Georgia was beginning with the I933 edi- tion of the Bulldog basket-ball squad labor- ing under the handicap of having to defend a Conference championship with two of the most dependable 84 brilliant players lost through graduation. Captain Bill Strickland, all-Southern center, 84 Tommy Reeder, sturdy guard, were the baslceteers who failed to answer Coach Rex Enright's roll call for the I933 season. Although these two losses of experienced court performers hurt the strength of the five considerably, prospects for a good team were bright because of the return of Captain Leroy Young, All-Southern guard, Stolcely Pound, forward, X4 "Little Joe" Chandler, guard. All three players were lettermen with Captain Young seeing his third year of play 84 Pound 84 Chandler their second year. 151 . T 1 1 ' if 'Q' 'V-:T ii -fit' 1 . , fra, ,1 er " 1 y ' f r'1w".! 1' , J' J , '4 , ! Iwi 'P,Q",'ii.Qff 'V 1 1,5 H 1 1.fe'tJL.-.' Wfffil' of ' A F- 1 Conn Rex Iixiutziir Besides these three monogram wearers, Virlyn hloore, transfer from lfmory, was ruled eligible by the Conference board 55 it was due to the brilliant playing of this slim forward that Geor- gia was victor in several of her games. lXfIoore's scintillating fioor work Sz shots rated him one of the best players ever to see service under the Red Sc Black banner. The other candidates for the team were re- serves Sz freshmen up from the 1932 varsity Sl yearling squads. They were: Chapman, O'Kelley, Webb, 81 llffaddox, centers: Costa, Johnson, SL Slaughter, forwards: Ludwig, 81 YVilder, guards. Hamilton lXlcVVhorter served as varsity manager. Buck Chapman won out at the pivot position for the first of the season but due to an appendicitis operation he was forced to relinquish his post to O'Kelley, who was the regular center for the rest of the year. The decrease in football receipts, which brought about a curtailment of all sports, af- fected the basket-ball team to a very small extent since only two games were dropped from the Bulldogs' regular twenty-game schedule. At first it was announced that the schedule would em- brace only thirteen contests, but later in the season five more tilts were added to the lists. The Georgians took their first two games from the Tulane five in New Or- leans in a two-game series by the scores of 28-20, 41-39. Both contests were hotly fought with the Green VVave leading in the first game until the last quarter 1 wry 1 ft io i fl-ffl " ii' ii flair W 1 ii!! TQ "vvi"fi 4 Zi , 3 1 if-4, ,. it f iiti 1- 71 lyk ,RJ 5 I J! .. tide in their favor. In the second tilt Virlyn hloore hit his stride by shooting 21 points Sl loop- ing the winning goal into the basket just as the final whistle blew. Two extra periods were played in the game. The first home exhibition was with Florida SZ ended with the home team splitting a two- game series with the 'Gators ln the first tilt the Floridians after trailing in the first half came back strong in the second, taking a 3-point lead, This was too much for the Bulldogs and Pound, llloore, S Chapman began finding the basket for a 33-all count a few minutes before the time was up. Then llfloore sank a shot into the basket to break the tie. The 'Gators tallied a free throw, Sc then Captain Young looped one through the net for 37-3-l win. The second game opened colorlessly with the Georgians being ahead at the end of the first half. The game then became a see-saw affair with both teams fighting furiously for a small lead, while the crowd went wild, surging from the stands to the court. The game ended in a breath-taking finish with the 'Gators being on the long end of a 33-32 score. Georgia's traditional foe, Georgia Tech, then journeyed to Athens for the first Bulldog-Yellow Jacket court battle of the 1933 season. The game was close throughout but Coach lfnright's when a strong Bulldog rally turned the CAPTAIN YOUNG MOORE c ,ii r , 4 'R 152' W f'1.fl,iL,s ,sfwfi 1 if 'TT' ' iff? .YN Q 3 Qfifiil fifl 7 hx 4' fl l 'iii failing:-J Q1 fir .1 1, x W s 4 , K 1 -f B-' ,,, 'gfiimaem " 1' f If ffl - - if 31 if ti me it . 152 ref- ' .- -3 lf. - -ff, fjla fit? lliii if i diff, 'ight--f '5.fi4'39iT+f'i'giP'f7kl fl ff it-fl ,f l .. T lffriff ,fill "bi rs s -f 1 Q 1 fy,,f,4,l,,itl2,7fr,i',f,1j if I A i - N Q ,Me f y qt xfrya 75 lliffiiffh ' if T-"W l T TR ' l-- f .lil I , .-7 'W Y ,Qi clan was able to take the Jackets into camp hy good team work, 30-25. The Bulldogs embarked on an unsuccessful road trip for their next four scheduled contests with two-game series slated with the 'Gators in Gainesville 31 the lXIercer Bears in lXIacon. The team lost the Florida tilts in two close battles, 40-39, 81 40-38, 31 split the hlercer series -P0-3-l. 38-40. Virlyn llfoore led in the second 'Gator tilt for the Bulldogs with l-l counters, while the Georgia honors were divided in the first game. Captain Leroy Young starred before his home folks in the Bear matches, getting high point i Y honors in both contests. The lXfIercer win in the first contest was the first victory over the , X , , H - N W , Red Sc Black since 1929. All four of the road Alabgfmls Liilmsmi lllle' TT23' The grmwin games were extremely rough with frequent fouls Eggers Superlmi llelghi' ,mme Tim zlruflllnli Clic' being Called by the referee. The ,Gator Series brought about Cieorgias downfall. lhe lanky were the last Scheduled for the Bulldogs with Alabamaicenter out-iumped the Georgia pivot the Floridians. All four were among the Closest men consistently the Bulldogs 'were .forced to played on record' During the fmlr Contests the gain the hall, mainrly. through taking it off the ,Gators tallied 132 points to the Georgians, 130. hackboard. lhe liden sharpshooters took ad- vantage of their more frequent opportunities to The fired EVE Plgillfl Cllffflilfed f0f ?ll1Otl1Cf score Sl shot with deadly accuracy. The Bull- Qlame with the TTIUCT1 iIT1Df0VCCl Tffh YCZHTI in Af' dogs, after trailing during the first half, came lanta. The Jackets were out to revenge their back strong at the beginning of the second period, Dfevivus defeat at the hands Of the Bl1lld0fIS 31 shooting within two points of the Alabama score. filmed in 3 tricky HOUT flame 31092 With HCCU- The Tide cagers, however, put on another scor- rate shooting to win easily 26-16. Georgia was ing spurt 51 forged rapidly ahead to gain a de- decidedly off form in the city auditorium, with Cisive Victgfy. its Crack forward' Vlrlyn Bloom' being held For the third time the Georgia five left for scoreless for the Hfsf time dufins the Season' foreign shores. This trip was the most success- The Bulldogs were handed their Sixth 1055 of ful of the three, as they returned to their Alma the Season, after Winning Eve, at the hands of Nlater with two games in the bag Sl only one 0 loss chalked up against them. The Bulldogs defeated the lXIaryland Old Liners, -l0-36, VVil- liam Sl Nlary, 33-32, 51 lost to the University of Virginia, 31-17. The tilt with the Old Liners was another see-saw affair, with neither team being over six points ahead at any time. Virlyn Kloore .f again found the basket to lead in scoring it with l9 points, while Captain Young garn- ered ll. The Bulldogs came from behind in the second half to secure the victory. Using every man on the team. the Uni- versity of Virginia Cavaliers outplayed the Georgians in an one-side contest for their only defeat of the trip. The Virginia team got off to a fast start, scoring six points POUND CHANDLER before Georgia registered. Yirlyn lXIoore - - fs - . i . pew 2 it N , W5 U ff Qfelj ti Qf'-'if tk 1 'T ll f fe ff A if - a 55530 1 - for , fi . 153 . 1 j N XYW.. sffiq . gg, A '. . ,. Q ' N ' , W -. lx if ' ,aw 1151522 it 1 5 l ' ...fx f fl. viii, of FjW'.2-Z0 U95 f ' 'fiw M- " ii V WN W X- " 1 1+ V,-mi M' ,X ,E Kc--1 " fmllfl 1 ll ,llf i"l.llli,.'l. -Ji gga Cosixx Bl.XN.XfiICR lXlK'XfVHUR'l'El4 shot over half of Georgia's score, tallying 11 of the 17 markers. llloore again starred in the last game of the trip when he tossed in field goal from the cen- ter of the court in the VVilliam S lllary tilt to make it a Georgia victory. Only a few seconds of the game remained when Kfoore secured the win- ning marker. Captain Young was high-point man with 10 points. Close games came to be a fashion with the Bulldogs during their 1933 season, for, with time-keeper raising his gun to fire the shot that would end the game, Captain Young sank a field goal to lead the Georgia cagers to a 22-21 vic- tory over the Auburn Tigers in VVoodruf3f hall in their fifth home game of the season. Staging a comeback that brought 1,500 spectators to their feet cheering madly, the Bulldogs eked out the victory after having been paced by the Auburn team. The Georgians had been trailing until Young's final marker. Virlyn Moore was the high-score man for the Bulldogs, getting seven points. Led by two diminutive forwards, Dob- son Sc Dillard, Clemson College defeated the Georgia team in VVoodruff Hall by a 35 to 25 score in the Athens contest of a two-game series scheduled with the Clem- son Tigers. The Tigers led the Bulldogs to the halfway mark, Sl held a 12-point lead up to a few minutes before the final gun. Georgia's rally in the latter part of 5 f the game proved to be futile. Playing his .- best game of the year, Joe Chandler led the Georgia Eve in scoring with 10 points, while Captain Young followed then journeyed to Clemson for the return en- gagement Sz again the South Carolinians took the Georgianls measure by the score of 36 to 29. VVith the score one-all in games, the Tech cagers came to Athens to play the deciding rub- ber and won, 32-30, in a thrilling battle. Coach lCnright's players staged an exciting comeback in the last four minutes of play, tallying four points, but the closing gun found the Bulldogs still two points behind. Virlyn lwoore Sc Brown XVilder, substitute guard, led the closing attack against the Jackets as the Bulldogs played the Tech team off their feet in a desperate attempt to win. llffoore was high-point man with 15 points, while Wilder proved to be a find since he kept Hugh Gooding, Tech captain, from scoring a single field goal during the entire game. The Tech clash ended the pre-tournament schedule for the Bulldogs, X with six losses Sl five wins to their credit against Conference teams, the crippled Georgia basketeers entrained for Atlanta to defend their Conference cham- pionship. With Joe Chandler, guard, Sl Buck Chapman, regular center, out due to injuries, Coach Enright's team was bracketed against Tulane for their first game. The Bulldogs started off sluggishly 81 were unable to reach any degree of team work throughout the con- test. The 1933 season and the Conference hopes ended for Georgia with Tulane winning, 46-22. closely with nine tallies. The Bulldogs WEBB LUDXVIG 2 .... . -1. -X Al, 1 Ti - I X A ,r--fl W i4.ifQQ5-miss "1 13' ff' 3 or at 2 QM 1 . lt fffxilfi-MH o ff x ltff' A 0' ,f ns e U - 51.5 11.6511 . 154 . N accepted sight on the campus V of basis military training are required are the Uncle Sam provided trim .Q blue uniforms of the R. O. T. F C. Drills 84 classes are held daily, are taken for grant- ed as part of the reg- ular curriculum. Less warlilce, more en- tertaining is another phase of military life, which serves to focus student attention on membership of the corps, arouse feverish excitement of student body. With the rain 84 sleet of February comes the Mili- tary Ball. Second in im- portance only to Homecom- ing, Little Com- ga, mencement, it f-EFr0HEA-wslJlK ranlcs as an out- F standing social event of the season. Fortu- nate males pos- sessing eagerly sought-for in- vitations escort evening-gown- ed dates to appropriately d e c o r a t e d Woodruff l-lall. Th e re th ey dance, make merry to the strains of an ex- pressly procured dance orchestra. Featured is the lead out headed by student commander 84 date, followed by other advanced military students 84 their dates. No informal dance, officers are attired in full army regalia, peace- loving civilians wear evening dress. Comprising a full four-year course, two years .155. of all physically fit male stu- dents. This period of train- ing ended, a limited number of the most proficient, most promising stu- dents are per- mitted to continue their military education. Both elective, selective is this advanced course. Two years further study of Military Science 84 Art of War, an intervening sum- mer spent at Fort Gglethorpe for the cav- alry, Fort McClellan for the infantry gives advanced students the rank of second lieu- tenant in the Officers Reserve Corps of the - United States Army. Closely integrated with other University func- tions, the Military Department aids in various activities. Women's riding classes use Mili- tary Department's mounts. ln realm of sport, officers of instruction coach LaCrosse, spon- sor, coach, finance polo, flourishing newly in- troduced sport at the University. Student offi- cers lend assistance as ushers at University functions. c f' X X 4 1,4 1' A 'Ali jg, 45 ,L if K! P . -. Y HQ sltlslf V1 Ll I 2 xx Asif -2 X 2? y W A M. I ffl-is V' 'f 'felilpiii Q lil ' H ' llllll is W bffwrr jiigfx Tr Mlm ei. ' N af All W If r'2'iiIr4'i fs .risks ,lllffffbil - f - - - - - 1 if f A A - - Qfficers of GjbfCilifClT lnstruction MAJOR A, T. CoLLI5Y CAPTAIN QI. I. LAMBERT CAPTAIN E. W. GODBOLD CAPTAIN P. H. CAMP LIEUTENANT P. E. HLTNT Qfllims of the R. Q. CG. The aims of the Reserve Ofhcers Training Corps are based upon the aims of the founders of the United States of Americag that is to assist the citizens in carrying out that part of their duties for which the army is responsible. These aims are two-fold and the courses of instruc- tion are so designed as to meet these two objectives. Under the Constitution every able bodied man is re- quired to fit himself to physically assist in any necessary defense of our government from outside aggression. This requires a very material expansion of our defense forces in any case of emergency. So the course' is divided into two parts to meet these two aims. First, the basic course of two years is designed to . teach the citizen student the elementary requirements of a . f 1 Top lion' rlliudlr- limo soldier. Instruction that will prevent him from suffering CULLEY. LHIIHISIU' GIIIHHUIAD. CAMP unnecessary casualty from ignorance and diseaseg that he BoHom Row HUNT may understand the necessity for certain military pro- cedure and be able to care for himself in the field. The second objective is included in the advanced course of two years which is to develop leaders, Who may be used as ofhcers if an expanded army is required. The instruction in both courses is given with the intent of interfering as little as possible with the professional or vocational instruction the student may be pursuing. Further, emphasis is placed on that type of instruction that is similar and useful either in civil or military life. So the aims of the R. U. T. C. may be stated as the desire of the Congress of the United States to assist the youth of the country in a better understanding of their duties as citizens and in fitting them to more eihciently perform those duties in peace or war. A MAJOR A. T. COLLEY it . is as este 'f U ' - - jbl. A HIEEIV .156. Q I, 97, 4 JK My 1 f ', . I ,., kill. fgtxifjffx ff. ,MAJ ,IILIJN F A4 X. , . I IIIIISIJW z LI I I. f an W .Is IIM 'X'II541I,,, A . I II fifgh .f.p-.'1..rII-W.1'CI I. I . I , iz fl I I .f I, ,, I I7 .I ,IIg5g1,II IQ? X ,I if , ,,, ,me it I , , 4. lL,f.2,' f .A if I-U I II wx. f' Im' I I 1 HUDSON, J. H. JORDAN, C. L. . . . . Captain OLIVER, E. W. . Drum fllzzjor PRICE, L. O. FANT, G. Ii. TUCKER, E. F. BIIDEREACII, J. KAHN, L. A. LANDAU, E. A. SCOTT, H. VV. r1qHRASH, IC. TOWNS, H. C. fBcmcl I OFFICERS . . . . . Captain MEMBERS I GIBSON, G. HOYNES, T. KIATHEWS, J. S. NICHOI.SCJN, D. B. OLIVER, J. L. REYNOLDS, A. B. ROGERS, A. L. SUNDSTRONI, Ii, ROGERS, NV. A VINSON, J. VV. 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RITCHIE SECGND LIEUTENANT S. J. ROGERS FIRST SERGEANT J. L. WINECOFF R. A. BELCHER E. C. MALLORY SERGEANTS W. A. WAGNER ROLL IRING, J. VV. PAGE, A. R. MORROW, M. M. P.xTTII.I.O, li. M NIHRTUN, H. J. PIFOT, L. L. MvCOI.I.UM, P. J. PINSON, R. L. IVICG.XRI'I'Y, N. S. PI..xTT, XV. B. MFINNIS, C. PORTER, C. H. NIL'lIl3I.S, E. PIICIQETT, J. R. IXIURT1'Ii.'UTT, J. R. REGISTER, B. 0I'I'ER, C. S. SIEGEI., I. G. OXX'PINS, K. R. ST.xFFORD, D. C. STAFFORD, D. N S'l'IiI'I'II-INS, If. I STILES, J. Ii. STILL, L. B. T.xI.xI.xDGE, H. lII.I.M.xN, J. C IIIOIJD, J. H. TFRNER, B. M XVI-IST, J. H. XVPQST, J. Q. if ffl 6 1. 'TJ I f A I A 707 UV . J 'F'I ff J xx jjgjzf- if 123' L2Q1.Al.LL5R5A X ?g,-qv !4l,i,C,QIQy1"55fJ Aga XX Niycfi fi We X. Z 5 A XXI QEPII If ' O 53??1'i'f If f IV A M Q W QQ H S 5 , 2 X I I x I 0 Sw X I IN Il I RHAA A I 5 0 5 Q 51. IEIGEII . 171 . . ,.'N . .I N, ' -' ' " , I ., .4 ,I fi . ff 'JY-:L I'f'1"fT' S It TU 1 T il' . '7"iA"' L-TQ? XX I -f X Tfg A I ,. S -I SLI L' U . 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PoII'EI.I., H. PS. BARRIIN, R. H. GATES, C. IVEY, R. B. SANIIEIIS, R. C. Blurpu, F. B. GREEN, P. A. JON!-is, C. SHELIILYN, C. A. Bk.xSwEI.I., J. TTREI-INFIICLD, A. KEI.I..I:II, S. M. SMITH, N. BRUNII, L. K. H.XIQIiIS1JN, J. IC. MASSEY, L. XV. SMIIAIQ, C. M. BURNS, J. ITIGIIT, C. A. MEAIIERS, J. Sm-ZNCI-ik, G. CAIVTHIIN, O. U. HII1.I.Is, J. MIIIIII, B. F. S'l'liI'HENS, C. P. K A ' I WW'-1" I -A . -., ........ ,. V A . M .uw lim M .I BENSIIN .SvfN?llXlH' SIIIITH MARY I.uU1sI-3 SMITH U. F. MIIRTIIN STEPHENS, L. A. STIIDDARII, L. STONE, J. M. STRICKIAINII, M. A. TVRNER, D. V.XLYGHN, F. XVALKER, N. P. VVEILL, I. J. XVEINSTEIN, J. UNF! .5 .. .. M-I ww.. L N' " ,V If' 'X ,.. .,,V V 'I I . -. Q- 'Y- ,Q I . . H H-H. ..f I CII. . I I 'f JI f .ff ff f I . IS kim II C LTTYXXN l E . RI Uffi1YlliCI1lWVf3'i QI QI QW Q . I . . . 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M , 'fa f gk ifsii, si ' time' . ,. , ' A 2-2:7 T' R Lu 1 , Us t ' .745 I f iigtf-Q liwwii T ly? if ffw i U ll K i. .53 z l ,fi ' f x-4' 'wE,rgfs,,r5 52.14, 1 1 T .fa r, ' 5 , 4 A ,SEZ Q ,,., i W- " " " 'vi' if?" fifW 'ff:f, . 1 " fi tit" QQ biffii-iff: , I., X Educational ftxllairs REORGANIZATICDN Steadman Vincent Santord, president ot that portion ot the University System which lies between the arch 84 Tanyard branch, walked into his ottice one morning last April, swept into a shiny new briet case an important looking document, cast a contemplative eye at the bewhiskered ranks ot Georgia's educa- tional great, trowning down trom the wall, drove to Atlanta. There he marched up the steps ot the State Capitol, opened his shiny new briet case, presented to the Board ot Regents the bulky document. Integration. Twenty-tour hours later he re- turned to academic's musty corridors not as president ot that part ot the University Sys- tem lying between the arch and Tanyard branch, but as President ot the University ot Georgia, integrated institution that once was Franklin College, the Georgia State College ot Agriculture, the Georgia State Teachers' College tor Women, the State experiment stations. The bulky new document contained in San- tord's new briet case brought about a "new deal" tor education in Georgia as important to the State as is Franklin D. Roosevelt's "new deal" to the nation. That bulky document took three institutions, working with three taculties, three presidents, made them one institution, with one taculty, one president. It eliminated duplication in courses, abolished unnecessary or teebly functioning departments, eliminated inter- taculty strite, gave to one man administrative authority where three betore had striven tor it. - The State. Thus Santord reorganized state- supported education in Athens. Working apart, committees pertormed similar reorgani- zations X: abolitions throughout the whole sprawling system. Abolished by them was the Medical College at Augusta: lopped ott were A. 84 M. schools at Barnesville, Bowdon, Car- rollton, Clarkesville, Madison, Monroe 8: Powder Springs. Created in their stead were two junior colleges at Carrollton 84 Titton. .173. 174 DURING THE YEAR Ed!!! L'df1'072df Aj-d l.7'.S'--C07Ifil7ZlE!l, Switched was Gcorgias engineering school, out of place in a college of Liberal Arts, to Georgia Tech. Switched to Georgia in Athens was Tcch's School of Commerce. Brought under the administration of the L'ni- versity of Georgia in Athens were State experiment stations at Athens. Grilhn. Tifton. In Athens, three col- leges merged to form one University. A fourth, which never ex- isted except on paper, was abolished. The new University of Georgia functioned f under: , 'll One president, whose A authority was complete. eliminating split author- ity Sz divided institu- tions. I u il O n e Administrative Dean instead of three. 2 'll One Dean of the inte- grated faculty. Tl One Dean of Men. 1 ll One Dean of Women. lGone were the Teach- . er's College separate regulations on dress 81 conductj E L s Tl Split was the office of Registrar-Treasurer, T. W. Reed, retaining the first, the second handled by a special accountant under whom functioned the Purchasing Agent, 81 the Business Manager of Dormitories SL Dining Halls. 'll Conveniently redivided into Junior College, Senior College, was the inte- grated University. Plan. General reorganization saw combined into one department headed by a professor all departments giving same subjectg into one school under a dean all large departments offering varied subjects Sz a degree: into one college headed by a dean all those still larger departments offering dif- ferent subjects Sz a degree. Coordinate College. Old Teacher's College physical equipment housed the newly created Coordinate college Where lived, 81 recited freshmen 81 sophomore women students. A Dean was to be its head. Retained was the teacher training practice schools as "important to education students as hospital work to medical studentsf' lircshman Sz Sophomore men lived 81 recited, as usual, on the old Franklin College campus, the old Ag. College campus, or in town. Arts 8: Sciences. Senior College was the College of Liberal Arts 8: Sciences 8: the professional schools. llandled by a Dean as in the past, re- organization saw little change in FR.xN1c1.1N COLLEGE Nu longer from ilzc xlrclz to Tauyard l31'a11t'lz Franklin College lArts 81 Sciencesl except the inclusion of Music, Dra- matics, Landscape Architecture into the newly created department of Lib- eral Arts. Agriculture. Formerly President. now Dean became the title of the head of the College of Agriculture, dras- tically reorganized to "touch the farm life more intimately." Gone was the CONTENTS Page Bzlsilzcss 55' .liiizauce .... .. 179 Educational Affairs . . 173 Milestones ........ . 187 Music . . . . 189 Pvofvlc ........ . IQO Political News ... . 176 Press ....... . 185 Society .. . 182 Sport . . . . 188 Tlzeotife . . . 186 paper College of Agriculture and Me- chanic Arts which existed only as a name, never met as a faculty. Division of the Agricultural College into a Division of Teaching, Division of Agricultural Extension, Division of Agricultural Research made possible the offering of the Doctor's degree as the second division combined the teaching staff of the ex- periment stations with that of the old College of Agriculture. Education. Revived after a year's merger with G. S. T. C. as the College of Education was the Peabody Col- lege of Education now bolstered by the best features of old G. S. T. C. and the addition of the department of Phys- ical Education formerly under the College of Agriculture. Cooking. Combined were Teachers' College Household Arts Sz Agri- cultural School's Home Economics into a School of Home Economics under a dean. Schools. Schools of Commerce, Pharmacy, Journalism, and Law functioned under deans much as of old, though Commerce gained by shift of the school from Tech. Work. No bed of roses was a teachers lot in the integrated Univer- sity as reorganization set minimum teaching load at three courses in Jun- ior College, two in Senior College: required twelve months' work instead of ninep held right to require thirty consecutive months tten quartersl teaching. Relief to all faculty men required to speak was the abolition of Univer- sity Radio Broadcasts. Cost. Fees remained the same C340 a quarter, S5120 a year of three quar- tersl for all degrees save Law fone- third higher, S160 a school yearb. Details. Thus the results of Docu- ment No. 1, which though far reach- ing in scope dealt with institutions 8z was thus impersonal. His first manuscript approved in toto, Sanford returned to the heart- DURING THE YEAR 175 Edu Cd l'Z.07Zd f 14vf'dZ.l'.S'--C0l1fZ.7ZZl61l' breaking task of preparing an equally as important Document No. 2. Dealing with personnel, it was in- tensely personal, a sheet which both made careers and smashed them. Where Document No. 1 had made Deans out of Presidents, Document No. 2 made Professors of Deans, As- sociates of Professors, lnstructors of Associates, Sz many times where age or inefflciency demanded, it com- manded complete withdrawal. It was an economy Sz efficiency scheme working with a vengeance, the result of long deliberation by Sanford. It mercilessly removed deadwood, in- sured for those that stayed a salary level compatible with their position. B t KV L gam- SNELLING, SANFORD Sz MARCHERS H07Il6C0lllZ'llg,S feature May 12, it, like Document No. 1, was shuffed into the shiny new brief case, Sz Sanford, bearing the destiny of two hundred-odd men, visibly showing the strain his task had im- posed, departed again for Atlanta. Regents conferred, adopted with few changes or suggestions the manuscript recommendations. No display re- sulted. Quietly distressed, those who felt the administrative axe prepared to go away in july as contracts with- drawn from every employee in March were not reissued to them. Quietly jubilant, those retained pre- pared for summer school work, breathed easier as the shadow hover- ing over them for a year was re- moved. ll Chancellor Charles Mercer Snelling, realizing the years of steady Sz intense work required to complete reorgani- zation, conscious of his own advanced age, resigned to become Chancellor Emeritus. Regents redistributed the duties, saved money, appointed no successor. Chancellor Snelling's life has been one of busy, hard-working devotion to education. Born in Richmond, Vir- ginia, November 3, 1862, he graduated from Virginia Military Academy in 1884. He came to the University in 1888 from South Georgia College as an adjunct professor of mathematics and commandant of Cadets. After study in Germany during 1893 and 1894 he became by steady advancement Presi- dent of Franklin College and Dean of the University in 1909. Chancellor Barrows withdrawal from Active duties in 1925 made Snell- ing acting Chancellor, and then in 1926 Chancellor of the 'University of Georgia. 1932 saw him move up to the newly created Chancellorship of the entire University System of Georgia, highest Educational honor in the state, from which he resigned in 1933 to become Chancellor Emeritus. lgi Dea'z'cati0n Feature of Homecoming was the dedication of Harold Hirsch Hall, new home of the Lumpkin Law School Sz Alexander Campbell King Memorial Library. Solemnly marching to Chapel, Chancellor Snelling, President San- ford, members of the committees and others made a picturesque scene. Witliiii, Hughes Spalding, Regent chairman, presided. jack Spalding re- viewed the life of Alexander Camp- bell Ixing, Marion Smith told ol llarold llirsch's still continuing achievements. Harrison jones, go- getter Coca-Cola executive vice-presi- dent, presented the key to Sanford, who accepted, passed it on to Dean 11. N. lidmunds of the Law School. DED1cAToRs HIRseH, EDMUNDS, SANFORD Sz JONES Jones to Sanford to Edmzmds Inspection. From chapel the crowds adjourned to Harold Hirsch Hall, sub- ject of the ceremonies, there to inspect the newest addition to Georgia's inte- grated campus. ALEXANDER CAMPBELL KING MEMORIAL LIBRARY Sfialdizzg 1'cz'icfced INSPECTORS Adjourned to the subject 176 DURING THE YEAR YJOLITICAL NEWS THE COUNCIL Slow Beginning. More given to trading, more openly "politicians" than their non-fraternity fellow stu- dents, fraternity men led by their Pan- llellenic representatives schemed this year as usual, but were comparatively later getting started. Inleresting skirmish was the dead- locked election of lfrcshman Law Class ollicers early in the year. Greedy members of the newly formed "G. O. P." tli. A., Pi liappa Phi, Pi Kappa Alpha, A, T. tl., Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Theta, Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Lambda Tau, Chi Phi, liappa Sigma? that last year made lriilly llazlehurst Pan-Hel- lenic President for '32-'33, decided to apply the party caucus to Freshman Law Class elections. Cnable to lind a "pleasing method of selecting candidates," the group placed names of party members in a hat, drew them forth, made Dean Yow tDelta Tau Deltal. Jack Ellard tPi Kappa Phil, Richard Paulson tAlpha Lambda Taul, XYarner Gibbs tSigma Chil candidates for President, Vice- President. Secretary, Treasurer: Ed Cody tliappa Sigma? 81 Bob Twitty tli, A.7 candidates for the Honor Council. Not certain of a majority. they bungled the plan by planning to draw scattering votes for the candi- dates through keeping the scheme quiet. FiL1BUs'rERER CRENSHAXV HTflCl'C'.S' some late l'f'c wazzted to read for a long 1'llIIt'H News of the plan leaked to Fred Solomon tPhi Epsilon Pil who tipped off Carl Levy tPhi Epsilon Pi? and smiling, athlete-scholar McCarthy tlXlacD Crenshaw QS. A. ED. Unable to prepare a thorough op- position liue-up before the hastily called election, Crenshaw decided to play for time, simply asked for the tloor as the meeting began, then pro- ceeded to advise the class that: 'fThere is some law l've wanted to read for a long time," that he intended reading law to the class until the meeting was adjourned without electing othcers. Consternation prevailed as Cren- shaw proceeded to make good his threat, began solemnly to read of statutes of uses 81 covenants running with the land. Possibly a non-athletic lfilibusterer would have suffered physi- cally. As it was, "G. O. P." meni- bers looked carefully at Crenshaw, decided to adjourn. A second meeting resulted in an ex- act deadlock, A third finally elected Yow President, Ellard Vice-President, Wfade Mallard Secretary, "Pete" Mor- gan tChi Psi? Treasurer, "Bud" Lind- MINORITY MAN NAPIER Uzzsuccessful, he fried to keep them fogcflzcr say tLambda Chi Alphal 81 Harry Aiken Honor Council representatives. I.ater in the year, Julian Gortatowsky, Vanderbilt transfer 81 class scholastic leader by a narrow margin, over Cam Young, was elected Honor Council representative, as Aiken failed to re- turn for the second term of Law School's two-termed year. Mid-Year Doldrums. H o n o ra r y elections proceeded fairly smoothly with little of note. Hamilton Napier, '3Z's unsuccessful Pan-Hellenic candi- date from the Democratic Group KS. A. E., Alpha Gamma Rho, Sigma Nu, Phi Epsilon Pi, Lambda Chi Alpha, Tau Epsilon Phi, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Chi Psij tried to keep the group to- gether, relinquished control to Mc- Carthy Crenshaw 81 Dave Steine CTau Epsilon Phil when illness forced him from Law School in February. Pot Boiling. Slowly simmering all year, the political pot boiled to the top late in the year as Pan-Hellenic Presidency, prize of the game, again was to be awarded. Not stable like national political parties, Georgia's patronage dispen- saries were unable to stand the strain of altered contacts 81 altered friend- ships. As in most previous years, varying ambitions gl varying associa- tions almost completely reshuffled the political deck. A D..y.E Democrats No Opposition. Plainly ambitious for the office, probably deserving of it, was hard-working, energetic Dave Steine, Thalian-l-llackfriar business manager tsee BUSINESS 81 EI- NANCEJ. Beginning slowly about Christmas, he gradually assured him- self the nomination of the Democratic group. No other candidate arose seri- ously to oppose his candidacy within the group. Task. I-"ar more serious task was that of holding the fraternities within the group. More serious yet was the task of "swinging" two fraternities from the opposite group to give the requisite ten fraternities and a ma- jority. G O P More troubled with conflicting am- bitions of rival candidates for the nomination, only slightly less troubled with holding the fraternities within the party was last year's successful G. G. P. Even by late April the caucus had settled on no candidate. ,, st .cs-. ,, be c eggs- -Q 255523 4 DAVE STEINE 81 HAM MCWHORTER He tried to make tlzcm "s'wing" Early talk of Leroy Young, stalwart of '32's G. O. P., entering the race soon disappeared. Manager. Joe Thomas CPi Kappa Phil, Junior PANDORA Business Man- ager, eagerly sought the nomination while pretending to scorn it. Prom- DURING THE YEAR I77 P0lz'fz'c'czl fVewsd-Confirmed H.x'zi,izHURsT Sz YOUNG Billy won, Leroy 'ZUOZlffl'll,f run situation, grumbled more, finally de- cided to seek a "New Deal." Not certain as to their exact aims, they talked with others, finally per- suaded Fred Solomon to draw up a constitution which was supposed to strip the president of opportunities for graft, thus lessen cost of good dances 8z restore confidence in the Council. Some disgruntled at past distribution of favors, some disliking prominent candidates, some seeking a Pan-Hellenic housecleaning, Lambda Chi Alpha, Alpha Lambda Tau, A. E. Pi, Sz Phi Epsilon Pi lined up behind the principle of Pan-Hellenic house- cleaning, chose no candidates, won- dered what to do next. Prompted by some of the oldsters, the group called in S. A. Efs Cren- shaw, promised no favors, suggested he join the vaguely defined group, cast his lot with the cause of reform. ised support of Pi K. A., he was ex- pected to show considerable strength. Boss. Frank Hawkins, G. G. P. "caucus leader," longed with an ach- ing heart for the presidency, appeared to have little chance even of nomina- tion by his own group, as caucus members, weary of too much "boss- ing" by Hawkins, sulked at the idea. Dark Horse. Backed by Hawkins in the event Hawkins couldn't get the nomination himself was George Lon- gino tDelta Tau Deltal. A dark horse, he was expected to be a strong candi- date, having made few enemies. P "Boss" HAWKINS Caucus nzefzzbers sulleed Shake-Up Discontent. Prompted hrst by Pan- Hel1enic's uncertain efforts to get an orchestra for Little Commencement tsee BUSINESS Sz FINANCE, SO- CIETYJ "Pete" Morgan CChi Psii, Bernard Franklin KA. T. OJ, Charles Hood CSigma Nuj, Herman Talmadge fSigma Nuj Sz DeNean Stafford tSigma Chij grumbled at the present 4. J 1. DARK HoRsE LONGINO The "boss" would back 111m Though released by Dave Steine, whom he had promised to support, Crenshaw refused to follow the sug- gestion, figured it was more political revolt than administrative reform, tried to compromise with the one- time opposing faction, what was left of the old G. O. P. A11 night dickerings brought the suggestion that Steine, backed by Tau Epsilon Phi, S. A. E., Chi Phi, Kappa Sigma Sz Alpha Gamma Rho serve the first half year, then resign to let Thomas, backed by Phi Kappa Phi Sz Pi K. A., match with Longino, backed by Delta Tau Delta, K. A. Sz Phi Delta Theta, to see who would have presidency, who secretary, for the second half year. Balk. Had this been agreeable, the situation would have been settled at a specially called before-breakfast meeting in, the morning, April 28, 1933. Tubby bemoustached Joe Thomas, however, refused to take the chance. The compromise failed to go through, and weary politicians pre- pared for more caucuses during the day. i TUBBY THoM.xs N0 gtllllbfff' lzz' Shift. Next day the still uncertain new group attained new success when Pi Kappa Phi, led by Thomas, 8z Pi K. A., led by Woodrow Greene thead- man Leroy Young had stepped aside for younger bloodl cast their lots with the new group, still indefinite as to its exact aims 8z procedure. Alpha Gamma Rho also came over to the group. Meanwhile, Steine came out fiat- footedly for rigid Pan-Hellenic house- cleaning, added to his admitted hon- esty Sz worth the assurance of a written rigid constitution guarantee- ing honesty and certainty for the future. Seeing the principle successful, Phi Epsilon Pi lined up behind Steine as best able to carry it into operation. O - Election Mud-Slinging. At a special adminis- tration called "discussion" meeting Firebrand Thomas KNOW "Progres- sive" presidential nomineei and Wilcl Man Schreiber insisted on the adoption of the Solomon drafted constitution with an added joker clause of their own that would allow majoritv inter- pretation of any "doubtful', point, thus mean immediate election of officers. Midst acctsations and counter accusa- tions, the "Progressives,' were unable to force through the joker-bearing constitution, gained no immediate election, but did get an election for the next night. A special committee adjourned with Sanford Sz Stegeman to round out the constitution, struck the joker clause, made few changes, presented it the next night. Psychology. Though the "Progres- sives" hadn't anticipated the result, the "discussion" meeting settled the issue for them. Heated mud-slinging literally cemented the sides in their position Sz convinced old-liners as they left the meeting that a change within 24 hours was impossible. The next night the Solomon drafted constitution was adopted as polished 178 DURING THE YEAR P 0 Z ifical Never-Continued by the committee, almost in its orig- inal form. The Progressive ticket tThomas, President: Lindsay, Vice- President: Stafford, Treasurer: Mor- gan, Secretaryl was elected, and Dave Steine was elected Minority Member of the Executive Board, a new consti- tution-created position intended to be equal in power to the presidency. Even members of the Progressive party smiled Sz admitted Thomas would not have been so anxious for the presidency had he fully realized its features under the new constitu- tion. No possibility of "Graft:" power divided with an Executive Board com- posed of the Treasurer, a Faculty Member 81 a Minority Member: no GENIAL DAVID He met dissezzters power to sign checks 81 other fea- tures were expected to alter the office materially. Significant: Thomas did- n't make Gridiron at the soon follow- ing election, the first Pan-Hellenic President in years to miss this honor. .MQM THE CAMPUS No Groups. Because non-fraternity men are not split into delinitely trade- able groups, political methods in campus politics are directed more toward the individual student fthe final voter Sz source of power in campus electionsj rather than toward merely two or three men from a fra- ternity who usually control their groups. Hence there usually is less trading, more popular appeal or even demagogery in campus politics. Key man of the whole situation usually is the Campus Leader, elected by popular vote of all non-fraternity men. No party caucus binds him down as in fraternity politics. Ordi- narily his power is such that almost single-handedly he directs the politi- cal destinies of oncoming campus men, merely consulting with a few hand-picked advisers to decide what men go forward, which ones remain to the rear. Lanky, blonde Tom David, earn- ing his way through school. last year, was made '32-'33's Campus Leader through the backing of VVilliani lWild Billl Strickland, all southern basketeer and himself one of the most powerful Campus Leaders of recent years. DEMAGOGUE DAVIS More free slzotvs, less X Club Campaign. Not at all dictatorial, not particularly forceful, good-natured David toward the year's end was op- posed by a group of dissenters. Chief of these dissenters was blonde, ener- getic Iunior PANDoR.x Business Man- ager Evans lBulll Davis. Seeing that David supported red-headed, thick- set Morgan Goodhart, Davis made his CHUBBY MORGAN GOODHART Early elerfiou caught him short campaign for Campus Leader a cam- paign against David Sz Goodhart. He gained support of some by rant- ing of David's faults: he gained sup- port of others by raving of Good- hart's faults. He enlisted support of athletes by talking of increased "Geor- gia Spirit."X Other typical Davis planks: De- mand, on penalty of theatre "rushing'l by students, more than the usual one- a-month free show offered by the local theatre monopoly. Weaken or abolish X Club, newly created service organization, because it was trying to "run the school." Plump Hudson Moore entered the race backed by many agriculturists, but was expected to show insufficient lmal strength. Time. Seeing Goodhart in the mi- nority, but probably gaining strength. David determined not to exercise his power to call the election until Good- hart had a majority or all hope was definitely gone. l 1 CAMPAIGNER BATCHELOR N0 delay for him Forced Issue. Not satislied with this idea, was huge gridman-trackman Graham Batchelor. He and other Davis supporting athletes decided to call an election themselves. Signs were posted without David's consent. Davis supporters herded together in Chapel late in April 8z David was called on to preside. He refused on the ground the election was supposed to be held between May 1 81 May 15, stalked out advising the assemblage that any election would be illegal. Vice-Campus Leader Richard Cal- laway came to the platform, took charge of the situation as chairman. Talk of impeaching David to insure legality of following procedure was spiked when Henry Stewart advised moderation, claimed the presence of the Vice-Campus Leader 8z a majority was sufficient. In short order Davis, Moore Sz Goodhart were nominated, standing votes were taken on each, Sz Davis became Campus Leader by a 23-vote majority. Campaigner Batchelor was made campus nominee for President of the Senior Class with certainty of election due to campus rule of class elections. Illness. David prepared to contest the election, but the effort apparently ended two days later when he was rushed to the inlirmary for removal of an acutely inflamed appendix. +TIze ephemeral "Georgia Spirit" showed no increase under the Davis nurture while he was '32-'33 Junior Cheer Leader. -. DURING THE YEAR 179 U I ESS FINANCE ADMINISTRATION Anil? NIJPPELZIU Though board, room rates shrank to tin common with other state institu- t1ons5 lived within her income. 2.5 State had no increased deticit. meet the rising dollar, 81 University expenditures dwindled under the be- ginning of drastic rebudgeting, return- ing students found the ante "upped" when silver-haired Registrar Reed de- manded his tithe. REGISTRAR REED The ante "upped" Last year's S100 tuition, under the re- organized quarter system had swelled to 5120, taken in S1340 extractions, thrice yearly at Fall, Winter, 81 Spring regis- trations. .....Q.i Three Little Words Necessitating this raise in fees was the 1931 legislature's "three little words" included in the appropriations bill for the '32-'33 biennium. These words, referring specifically to appropriations, were 3110i an obliga- tion." Meaning: 1.5 State of Georgia not obligated to pay full appropria- tions if taxes fell short, 2.5 Reduced taxes meant proportionately reduced appropriations, 3.5 Wary bankers would not lend on appropriations bill as they had done before the inclusion of the "not an obligation" clause. Consequences: 1.5 University em- ployees, from President to janitor, grinned and bore ll per cent salary cuts. 2.5 Pay checks remained unissued while paymaster Reed waited for trick- ling tax returns to back them with cash. 3.5 Carefully hoarded savings ac- counts of far sighted faculty men were tapped. 4.5 Trusting Athens bankers tided over more grasshopper-like non- savers. Carefully worked out by state tax experts, combining brains with Uni- versity's foremost economic minds, the plan was hard on educators but beneficial to the state in the long view. Results: 1.5 University System his PERSONNEL DIRECTOR LOWE Battling dejvressiozzk bite . . . he aided STUDENTS The FztSu1fozfve Battling increased tuition, depres- their hands, aided by over-worked, smiling Personnel Director, E. A. tRastus5 Lowe. I2 ,gg 4 , ff' , . , uuysiz - , -fe: '- 1 i -5 - A 4 ' g C-"" in-Z' , M I W , .: I' ' , V4 .--tklf' -I ' I 1 I is F". w . i ' ' ' . 2 jim f:.2, iq ' ' ,' 1 Y . .qw-1 11- f ' ' . .1 . ' I ' .ci ' 1 . 1 i fl A 1 ' ' ia - W ' I f'g I - . 'fl fu Q... .- I' n.....-'fwfr Student painters labored Meeting closed doors in the business held they made their jobs. Soule cooperated on largest scale, Agricultural College took farm pro- duce, labor in project fields, dairy, stock barns in lieu of tuition cash. Student painters, carpenters, plowmen, milkmen, labored, dwelt in Camp VVil- kins, cooked own meals, washed own sion's bite, were some students paying their way by their wits or the toil of 'F'f,,"4 fig:-fe .xx ,. yi ,LXG-MAN SGULE . . Co-operated on largest scale They cooked their own meals dishesg paid only S7 per month in cash. Co-ed Cooks. Co-ed nurses tended babies, acted as maids 81 cooks. En- terprising males bore palls for local funeral homes. Others gave transfu- sions to invalids at 32.00 per pint: staved off the wolf with their blood. Student newsmen covered campus for . . . 1 ' ' ' A PURCHASERS H1RscH Sz NVOLFE They buy Phi Ep 180 DURING THE YEAR Buszhesr S39 Fzzzafzce-Cozztizzued Georgia dailies, drew comfortable checks: others ran errands, waited tables: washed dishes for food in boarding houses, restaurant kitchens. ,igag Tlze Greekft Dollar Absent was the fraternity man's dol- lar in its former profusion. Carelessly run houses, flourishing in prosperous years despite bad budgeting, this year trembled on the linancial brink. Disaster loomed as pledges. old men forsook fraternal liresides, tables, for S5 a month rooming houses, S10 res- taurants. llouse managers Methvin, Hawkins, Crenshaw, Cobb, XYhittle, et. al., pleaded for loyalty, pressed collec- tions, lined delinquents, threatened expulsion, pleaded with landlords for lowered rates. Chapter treasurers established com- missaries, paraphrased llearst, urged "Huy l'hi Ep," "Huy Delta," "Buy Sig Nu." etc., diverted nocturnal eaters' nickels X dimes from Prince Ave.. Papa Nicks Enirou Riivxorns He sc! off tl lflasf For sale were crackers, peanuts, soft drinks, vapid, butler-made home brew. Honest men all, no clerk attended. Hungry, thirsty fratres ate. drank. dropped money in box, or debited their own accounts. lfgi? lVew Deal Somewhat irked was tuhby, dictato- rial Auditor Heckman one day in March as Rea' Black editor Charles Reynolds set off editorial blast, re- corded in news story, dramatic club's bolt from leleckman's linancial man- agership. Discontent in all organizations un- der Heckman's unified control grew out of slow payment of organizations' indebtedness, unsympathetic. attitude. irritating requisition system not his fault. Overt revolt llared when dra- matic Director Crouse, dramatic Treasurer Steine, learned that Heck- man allocated himself 1590 as salary from Dramatic club's slender ex- chequer, just beginning to emerge from slough of previous indebtedness. Heckman made no public reply, in private cited trustee's appointment of him, delineation of his duties, em- powering him to pay himself S300 Pinxxxi-:R Cuorsii llis lt'lIt'lS culled for st'Pcz1'afe t'f?IIl1'Ul yearly for handling funds of Literary Societies, Dramatists, Glee Club, other extra curricular activities: declared 390 a fair allocation. Two points of view prevailed. One blamed the system as faulty: another, popular with students, blamed peremp- tory. non-cooperative attitude of linan- cial manager. Exoneraticn. Sanford called meet- ings of faculty advisers, student lead- ers of organizations, asked for submis- sion of plans for new system of linan- cial management. thus tacitly blamed the system, exonerated Heckman. Dramatic Director Croi1se's plan was best. .lts tenets called for control of dilierent organizations, linances by separate faculty advisers and student , . ..... . A l V f .Q 5 ff 5 ,l 4 , 5 ' t A 497 ' Q. f 5 5... . 1 1' Z 'U , 1 I S " A J W ' 1' . r. IZ: X ' 7 W 'I , f Vg. .. ,Q 43, 1 C ' Q ,yvgaf - , uf pl . " 1 2 - , ' 1 .4 six ist ' X 1 f 1 We fs S f P .- ' K SU' " Wig. 5? Vip N - l Jia- . tj? QV . xx at 'A . 5:3 7 89 ' -Mi, -I Q LOQUACIOUS LOKEY They offered step-ins treasurers, keeping complete sets of books to be audited by Heckman: abo- lition of requisition system. Heckman handled no cash, paid no bills. Organization treasurers, faculty ad- visers applauded. Heckman, relieved of job more irksome than prolitable, also applauded. l!Q,,... Debi-Pressed Singers Spectacular forerunner of the New Deal was Glee Club .Assistant Hamil- ton l.okey's individual active protest in handling Glee Club linances. Blonde, baldish, woman-chasing Lo- key, tired of hearing Athens creditors pleading for their pay, turned the brain that makes him one of Law School's brightest disciples to perfect- ing plans for raising cash. Harebrained Ballyhuman. Swim- mer, basketball manager, Phi Beta Kappa, debater. Lokey turned his al- ternating harebrained Sz judicious na- ture to working out some madcap scheme to bring Glee Club both pub- licity Sz cash. -,vw v?"lQ" , Q F U' 'if' BACKER CONNELLY He slzozlldcrmi the respoizsilnlity Master of ballyhoo, loquacious Lo- key sold to Athens merchants idea of offering step-ins, jackets, pool checks to Glee Club dance attendants holding lucky numbers: sold idea of lottery dance to student body. Result: 3169.87 rolled into Glee Club coffers. Lokey. ignoring the requisition sys- tem, paid bills himself, turned in to Auditor Heckman 3168.80 in cancelled debts, 51.07 in cash. Gamblers. VV h e n administrative edict required each organization facul- ty advisor to keep it out of debt or pay the debts himself, the Glee Club, faced with the uncertainty of depres- sion audiences was well nigh dealt a death blow. Madcap schemes had paid off a portion of the previously incurred heavy indebtedness, but there was no telling how many people would turn out for Georgia's Glee Club in the year of depression, '33. Director Hodgson, Sz free-thinking, easy-go- ing Faculty Adviser Connelly rallied to the cause, closed their eyes to the DURING THE YEAR 181 Bzzsz'izei'5 ililiildilIP-'C0llfl.l1!l6ff all-to-likely probability Of having their slender pay checks consumed to pay Glee Club deficit, shouldered the re- sponsibility, sent the Glee Club on a trip over the state. Result: Good direction, careful management, drew audiences, conserved cash, netted a profit from the trip, paid more back indebtedness. S,-xLEsM.xN STHINE . z'1zang1z1'a1'q1' . . . 0l',QtlllfSt"lf . flooded . . . sold tzckets Thespians' Cash Energetic, enthusiastic D r am at i c treasurer David Steine turned in per- haps the year's best long-term job of student business managing. Coming to the managership of the newly consolidated, deeply indebted Thalian-Blackfriars, Steine inaugurat- ed season ticket sale, organized pro- visional menibers into ticket dispens- ing groups, flooded the town with youngsters, mostly girls, selling tick- ets. Results: Athens theatre-goers, towns- people -Sz students, packed Seney-Sto- vall Chapel for Tlzimdci' in the Air, Per- fect Alibi, Hay Fctfei' in 131332: Ten Nights in a Bazroozzz and Holiday in '32-'33. Bank Holiday. The single setback of his career came when closing banks BEHEMOTH BAKER "Damn the Phi Beta Kappasu SUl'liUMllRl'1 XYoic1qi:ies "Tim" sent them, .Yt'IlI'1'j'lllg for fIlIIll'5 frightened away Ctifvlniaz Ajvflcjtlrlfs expected crowds, made it the first Crouse directed-Steine managed show that failed to show a profit. Notwithstanding this reverse, the debts accumulated by the old club dwindled, and the expenses of putting on elaborately costumed, pretentiously staged shows were met as well as stringent economic conditions would allow. Press Mofzey Next to Steine in results achieved, equal to him in energy expended was Behemoth 0265 lb.,l Km' 65' Black Comp- ton O. Baker. Penniless, his meagre wardrobe C011- sisting of 3 shirts, l pair trousers, 1 pair shoes, l tie, Baker arrived in 1920, affable, bustling. Through rain, snow, sleet, he sold apples, candy, sandwiches, milk for two years to fraternity housemen, dorm-dwellers, banked 32,000.00 Taking Rea' cl? Black business man- agership from failing hands that ignored its possibilities, Baker haran- gued merchants, labored mightily, puffed, wheezed, advertisers into buy- ing space, made Red 6 Black more nearly self sustaining than ever be- fore! took, by faculty agreement, 15'Zv of ad proceeds, prospered. Avoirdupois made him famous: boundless energy and business brain made him successful. Now he is a car owner, fatter, prepared to graduate in June. No student he, his favorite comment is "Damn the Phi Beta Kappas. l'll hire 'em by the boatload when I get in business." He intends advertising to be his business. -ggi Frenzied Uncertain ty Georgia's most ignorant freshman was no less certain of the final size and appearance of 1933 Pandora than were Editor Solomon and Business Manager Cope as hard pressed clubs, fluctuating registration made Pando- ra's income as uncertain as the vary- ing fates of a Tech-Georgia football game. Vale Parasites. fine thing only was certain. XYhether the book had the usual size of Pandora or was merelb' a pamphlet. l'andora with senior space fee eliminated, and page charge rc- duced 3370. could not carry the para- sites who in former years appeared in the book, paid nothing. lf the book was to appear at all, everything in it must be paid for. Bt's1NEss RIANAGER COPE "lI'c must lzarc a Cherie" Typists Collect. March 15, frenzied Business Manager Cope dispatched his Junior Business Managers Steinberg, Thomas, Davis to collect or at least get post dated checks from delinquent fraternities 8 clubs. Three days later, still not satisfied, he comman- deered the whole sophomore staff, fthis year for convenience undivided into business 81 editoriall arranged with Editor Solomon to have them stop typing and begin collecting. "NYe must have a check," they cried to unpaid organizations, returned with the Junior Business Managers bearing cash, post dated checks, noting deh- nite non-payers to be omitted from the book. 182 DURING THE YEAR N0 ffssessments Small Band. Thoroughly depression conscious, Pan-Hellenic President sought no expensive band for Home- coming, realized he Could get no fra- ternity assessment from fraternity men, obtained Ted Metzger, took in a fair gate, laid aside a "few dollars" to be used if necessary in getting a band for Little Commencement. Not too well pleased with the band, students decided to wait and have a really good orchestra for Little Com- mencement, second and final being week-end of Pan-Hellenic Sponsored dances. Maestros. Eager to please all, Hazlehurst sought Ben Bernie, lan Garber, or Guy Lombardo for the oc- casion, seemed to have good prospects of having the fraternities assess their L DiXNCE-M.AN HAZLEHURST No Lombardo, no Olsen, no Columbo members S54 to S5 for the series of dances. Definitely set for April 28, 29 the week-end was eagerly anticipated. Then the three maestros became un- available. Hurriedly called meetings to settle on some other band, found Pan-Hel- lenic representatives loath to assess their fraternities for some little known band. Delay. Meanwhile April 28, Z9 was so near no good band could be ob- tained. May 5, 6 was unavailable be- cause already set aside for Alumni Day, Honors Day, etc., etc., so May 12, 13 was decided on. Discontented Pan-Hellenic repre- sentatives forced a committee on Dance-Man Hazlehurst, had Wild Man Schreiber, Firebrand Thomas and Dip- lomat Steine "work with" Hazlehurst to get a good band. The committee found the task far from simple, espe- cially with an irate Council unable to make up its own mind. Small Little Commencement. Fi- nally talk of George Olsen or Russ Columbo with an assessment faded when neither could be obtained. Lit- tle Commencement, much smaller than anticipated finally materialized as a couple of week-end dances with no assessment, Billy Poole providing fair music at fairly reasonable rates. SOC! ETT ,. Y . - -.-... Q Busy, vigilant . . . as old timers came back Gayety Pianissimo Depression's Bite, cutting down stu- dents' allowances for necessities, tsee alumnus toddled unsteadily about the floor with a buxom gold-toothed im- port extremely demi-mondane in ap- pearance. Huffily departed the bald- ish alumnus with his siren while Com- mitteeman Wilson stalked inexorably behind. Large White "S". Sphinx honorees, bearing on athletic backs through the milling herd the huge white S, were Y-man athlete McCarthy Crenshaw, foot-basket-base-baller Leroy Young, Y-man athlete Marion Gaston, Pan- Hellenic President Billy Hazlehurst. Main event of Honiecoming's two- ring circus was the football game with Florida. Won by Georgia, it imparted to the celebration a joyous note, in- spired more conviviality. Business 81 Financej grasped in even hrmer clutch his social expenditures. Few functions glittered with the ornate display of former years. They were smaller, less pretentious, more formal, less boisterous than in former times. Buffet supper sandwiches were thinner, corsages were rarer, fraternity hosts served no intoxicants, a breach of tradition. .1191 Homecomers Busy 8: Vigilant was Dr. Robert C. Wilson's committee on morals Sz temperance as old timers came back to dance to Ted Metzger's none-too- rymthmic music during Homecoming. TEMPERATE DR. WILSON He stalked iizexorably No student erred, strayed from the paths of sobriety to an extent no- ticeable to committeemen, but Cleg colored cloak-room attendant, reported no shortage in flasks over recent years: reported improved quality of whiskey as competition, depression, put Golden Wedding, White House in reach of leaner purses. Galvanized into action was Dr. Wilson when tall, bald, middle-aged FREsHMAN MLTIQIEL BARROW She entertained tlzeni all Beauties' Ball Lucy Cobb's mellow antiquity was beauty's, gallantry's setting in the year's first formal affair. Unusual was the house adopted rule that permitted each Lucy Cobb dweller one escort, two stag guests, insuring dance part- ners, forcing an overt expression of female preference. Nervous at hrst was silver-haired Mrs. Cora Garwood, unperturbed later as no tipplers became rowdy. Sedate was the dance, as a whole, as gate- rushers met implacable invitation in- spectors at the door. Highlight: wee Sis Hancock's doll dance. Interesting sight: petite Freshman Muriel Barrow surrounded by freshmen Sz upper- classmen, skillfully entertaining them all. Shrewd were Lucy Cobb damsels later when their Valentine Dance guest-list was heavy with men whose fraternity affairs were still to beg ab- sent were those whose functions had passed. DURING THE YEA R 183 S0 c' iefy-C01zlz'1z zzezl No Come One, Come All Pi Kappa Alpha's formal, year's first fraternity sponsored dance, con- tinued the new, more formal, less pre- tentious note. Their co-ed guests list was prophetic of the women on whose shoulders popularity's robe was des- the year. limitation of K. A's, Pan- tined to fall throughout Innovation was their masculine guests to Pi Hellenic representatives. Campus ob- servers saw the beginning of political fence-building: reversed their judg- ment when politicians danced, drank punch, talked no shop. More active was attractive diplomat Frances Stanton, smiling here, con- versing there, building future popu- larity. DIPLOMAT STANTON She teas not inacti1'e No Songs, No Fights Sober Brawls were Kappa Alpha's Sz Kappa Sigma's formal house dances, known to tradition as the year's most hell-raising hops. No liquor was in evidence on breath or person downstairs. Weak highballs, served to selected groups upstairs. destroyed no equilibrium, inspired no songs, caused no hghts. Photographic Tete-a-Tete. A pleas- ant tete-a-tete after Kappa Sigma's dance insured a special photograph for a Pandora beauty unphotographed with the others due to illness. Some- what uncooperative was Business Manager Copeg somewhat irked was MIDGET MIMI BARROW Speaclzlesgfuming . . His Excellency Goveimok 'fi.XI.M.XlJG1i His breaks Mrs. Cope when the tete-a-tete, held at their apartment, threatened to last 'till dawn. Speechless. fuming stood K. A's midget Akin, Soule llall's midget Barrow, when booming giant at K. A. dance told them to toddle along to the nursery, play with their toys. HAMBY 8z G.xsToN . . . Uziszzeeessfzil, size had few regrets Dance ofthe Big-wigs Sharing the Spotlight as the season's most scintillating function was Sigma Nu's widely publicized notable-at- tended formal. Beaux of the Ball was Georgia's tail-coated farmer gov- ernor, His Excellency Eugene Tal- madge, whose "breaks"t were fre- quent. Fidgety was Dr. Andrew M. Soule, pompous Agricultural College President, who feared for Physical Education Building's Hoors as care- less smokers threw down their cig- arettes, ground them underfoot. Theresa, elder Hamby, tried her wiles on Gaston, later, admitted she was unsuccessful, had few regrets when she found genial Julian Gorta- towsky, Vandy's transfer to the Law School. 'In college jargon a "break" is no faux pas, but the act of selecting a dance partner by touching the elbow of the man with whom she is dancing. TUCTC frequent Mud and Confetti Less Spangled with state notables, more glittering with polished brass, gold braid, gleaming leather was the military ball. Shrouded under crepe paper festoonings, tangled in yards of paper spirals, sprinkled with confetti. 300 Georgia beauties, 500 uniformed, tuxedoed cavaliers pushed, jostled, hopped, begged-pardons for collisions, as Hod Vllilliams Sz his Rythm-musi- cians played. Vigilant again was tall, bald Dr. Robert C. XYilson, whose committee on temperance 81 morals from the vantage point of Sth row seats peered at the lurching hundreds, sought drinkers, found few. W,xRR1oR LONGINO 81 D.-XLTONYS RoLL1Ns The Colonels 61' the Queens depart 184 DURING THE YEAR S0 6' l'efy?C011!z'11 ued Leadout leaders were slim, laugh- ing-eyed Sue Rollins, blonde. genial Cadet Colonel George Longino. Slush. l'ack horses were departing men when winter rains turned XVood- rui:f's surrounding terrain into a sea of clayey red goo. llooted captains, colouels lifted their queens in olive drab arms, swaggered through mud, slush, saved trailling gowns, slim slip- pers from the mire. MMM- Dancing Farmers No socialites, Camp XVilkins hard working, self-supporting fnresters. agriculturists, scrubbed ears, removed DANCER Can, Iler Naufclz dance lifted eyebrotes from rugged chins all signs of stub- ble, donned Sunday clothes to attend Soule Hall's premier function of the year. Neighborly, kindly Mrs. Jennie Belle Meyers, Soule Hall housemother, distressed by lack of Camp VVilkins social life beamed as her hillside neigh- bors frolicked with all the gallantry SL grace of their neighbors from Qld College, New College, the Fraterni- ties. Terpsichorean Cail. Students, male SL female, applauded modest, lithe- limbed Dancer Cail's hip swinging, brieldy costumed Nautch-dance: saw no evil, spoke no evil, wondered at chaperon's lifted eyebrows. MMQXM. lllermaidens Slim Mermaids, clad in shimmering green, splashed, swam, dived, tossed huge balloons amid laughter from swains about the pool one afternoon last year as the Dolphin swimmers, gave an aquatic prelude to the VVomen's Athletic Associations tea dance. LAWYER NVi1.1,iNuH,xA1 .S'c1'c1frl1cd his Iraldfsfz lzead . . L'0l1fL'7'l't'll1 Best numbers: Dancer Cail's tsee abovel top-hatted strut: golden-haired Meta Shaw's, 81 mop-headed, grin- ning Mary Delia Upchurch's tap danc- ing. Millie 8z Minnie. Heard for the first time was torch-singing Mildred tMil- liel NVilensky's husky contralto. Lean- ing wearily against a piano, clad in scarlet, her eye rolling rendition of "Minnie the Moocher's XfYedding Day," drew rattling applause, earned her a job at Costa's broadcasts till adminis- trative edict took her heavy Savannah drawl from the air. lsee MUSlC.J Informa! Brawl Chi Phi's "strange" talking, non- chalant lawyer Tom Williiighaiii scratched his baldish head, conferred with athletic, church-going President Virlyn Moore, evolved something dif- ferent in dances for the Chi Phi annual party. Hilarity. Breaking precedent set by Pi Kappa Alpha, followed by K. A.. Kappa Sigma, Chi Phi's guests wore no Tuxedos, were not confined to Pan- Hellenic representatives. Freedom from starched fronts made for free- dom of spirit. Gayety, now 81 then approaching hilarity, was featured at the hop. MQM. Attendance Com mandea' Subpoena. Clarke County. You are hereby commanded, that, laying all other business aside, you be and appear at the special Term of the Court of the Lumpkin Law School in the county aforesaid .... and shall not depart without leave of the high- sheriff of said court. Remembering No Legal Infraction puzzled were Governor Eugene Tal- fA"Put me where they can't law mcf' pleaded oft-lawed Commissioner of Agricul- ture Talmadge from a thousand rural stumps in last summer's gubernatorial campaign. DATE Foiu:ETrER CRANE The eirzzziig was zzziezzjoyalvlc madge, Senator Richard Brevard Rus- sell, 81 other Georgia notables upon receiving the above summons, 'til closer scrutiny betrayed its nature as an invitation to Lumpkin Law School's Formal Hall. Appreciation, regrets came from Governor Talmadge, Senator Russell. Said Governor Talmadge in regret- ting inability to attend due to a previous engagement: "NVere l not Governor, therefore, in a position where 'you can't law meff l would write this in fear 81 trembling . . " Unhappy Chairman. Law students EQ subpoenaed guests preserved reasonable sobriety, gaily danced in specially decorated Memorial Hall gymnasium while rains made sur- rounding roads and walkways rivers of mud not unlike Military Ball's night. Lokey, dance committee chairman, alone reported an unenjoyable eve- ning. Reason: A fellow law Student enjoyed no-breaks 81 intermission wmv-an wk' ni if fe 'Q ,f if :WWW- FIERY FEILIS Sz VVOMAN-CHASER LOKEY He sought heart balm DURING THE YEAR 185 with lovely Venita Crane, l,okey's date, while busy l,okey was unable to find her even when not busy-Result: Next week woman-chaser l.okey tried to balm his feelings by courting high- spirited Yankee Martha lfeilis. A .-.-gf, Postponed Dances Long looked forward to, much post- poned, "Little Q-O11llIlC1lCCll1Cl1I,H some- times called "spring dances" finally was held May 12, 13. llair-splitting discussion of the proper band for the occasion finally terminated in Billy Poole, provided fair entertainment at fairly reasonable cost. tsee BUSI- NESS 81 FlN.XNClC.l XIIGILANTE SMITH . . fozzxfva' with no IIIOVK' TK'l'lldIl1fHS No Horseplay. Feature of the oc- casion, as of Homecoming, was Sphinx initiation, lasting the entire week-end, requiring lone student honoree Fred- eric Solomon to wear the huge white S, provide other amusement for the crowds. Also recipients of the high- est honor open to a Ga. student were Harold Hirsch 81 Edgar Secrest taken in as honorary members who solemnly wore the huge white S on their backs, took no part in the horseplay. FRAGILE MAGILL Ha Iaslzcd a foolish zfeutzwe - P R555 Red Q99 Black Quixote No More. Climax to a college career stained with printer's ink was the election of bespectacled. lean, .Xlfred Gray Smith to the editor- ship of the Red 65' Black. Scarred veteran of many tilts with the authori- ties SL fellow students whose activities he deplored while writing with vit- riolic pen as tiulliver Swift, Smith, mellowed by editorship, cast a wary ear toward the l'resident's office, jousted with no more windmills. acduiesced in. .Xnotber crusade beat the drums for program dances. No dancer lie, the idea, though good per se, found no backers. Dapper Rustic. Passed with Smitlfs editorship were l,C7'f'.l".N' Letters, year old feature of easy going, slanguage coining, wrinkle faced ex-editor llarold Martin. Klartin, wearying of week-after-week columns to fill. stopped the feature, said llc sensed weakening public interest. lfriends. noting his increased social activity, lIt'Mo1usr RIARTIN f,vI'f7t1llc' lwaxzfcr refluccti Vzzstifify Que brief crusade under his editor- ship succeeded temporarily, failed un- der public ridicule. Suggested in Blue Key meeting, agitated by Lokey, spon- sored with verbose, editorializing by Smith, a vigilance committee was born from his major crusade. Vigilantes. Its purpose seemed to be the furthering of that nebulous quantity known as Georgia Spirit. Its membership in masked council was to try erring Freshmen, mete out justice. University authorities concurred, of- fered football hoods as identity con- cealing regalia. Gleefully in front page story, triumphantly in editorial, Red 55' Black announced the birth and destiny of the committee. Owlish, fragile Bamzcr - HUI'tlflfl,Y Magill learned of plan, lashed it with satire, scorn, forthright denunciation. Magill's tirade drew state-wide flashes of resentment against the vigilantes. Administration seeing it had been talked into a foolish venture, wriggled out. Smith, on the spot, dexterously but windingly extricated himself in next week's Red 65' Black, announced death of the plan, sportingly said nothing of administrative turnquoting. Minor Crusades: Against present fraternity rushing system. No Greek, his ideas were unbiased-not fully suggested city ways had spoiled I.eroy's rustic humor, unsoplnsticated philosophy. Peeker. Adding weight to this theory was the appearance of The Keyhole Colzznnz, anonymously edited by the selfsame Epicurean who bared the unsophisticated life and loves of I.eroy. XVinchell fashion. The Key- hole Ctlflllllll kept the campus posted on divers love affairs, personal items. Secretly pleased at mention in the column, students pretended to avoid The Keyhole, eagerly sought the issue each week to see if they or their friends had "crashed the column." This too passed with the passing of Smith, gave way to the Canzfvus Parade, a similar column, Smith-edited in odd moments to maintain contact with his four-year afhnity, finally turned over to enterprising, up-and- coming Tom Dozier. Upheaval. Soft spoken. curly haired Charles I. Reynolds, Smith's manag- ing editor, took the reins at mid-year. No quibbler, his first crusade saw longed-for changes in student activi- ties hnancial affairs. fsee BUSINESS Sz FINANCEJ. No master of language. his crusades rode on his news exposes rather than on the trenchant editorializing that was his predecessors forte. Managing 186 DURING THE YEAR editor lluster XX'illiams, graduate from the sports desk, labored in the "slot."if During Reynolds' editorship passed Trzrv to Y'1'1'fic, as financial pressure drove Tom llam, Tripe writer, into the business world. Daffy verse Sz sheer tom loolery in Ted Cook vein made its charm. lllixnixciziz VVILLIAMS He lalmrctl in flzc "slot" Mz'scella1ze0zts No Anthropomorphism. N o w learned, now jesting is Tom Gray's illltllllll Record, voice of graduates. Years interest centered in Gray's series of articles dealing with student thought on war, capitalism, religion. conventional morality. NYritten un- signed by students themselves, they drew commendation, condemnation. Gist of Articles: XYar: Undesirable. inevitable: Religion: No anthropoinor- phic God, no golden streets, but a guiding destiny, a probable hereafter. "The "slot" in newsliawk jargon is niche in circular copy desk where sits managing editor. Capitalism: Less desirable than modi- fied socialism. Pigs and Trees. llfledium of embryo gentlemen farmers is the Georgia .flgr1'czllt1zr1'sz'. .Xrticles extol the rural life, explain pig diets, crop nutrition. tl A literary journal is the Cypress Kzzce, annually edited by Drewry- trained writers taking required courses in journalism as part of their forestry degree. Articles picture sweeps of verdant hillsides, describe lonely life of fire rangers, explain technicalities of mensuration, logging, conservation. fl True to its name is the Y flzznozm- ver, trumpeting Y doings, honors of Y men, worth of the Y organization. Huffy. Merged as part of College of Education merger with the Red 6' Black was the Reflex, old G. S. T. C. weekly. Former Normalites ap- preciated efforts at proper coverage. enjoyed Lcr0y's Lctlvrs, The Keyhole Coluum, other Red ci Black features. The Belltotccr, founded in a huff by angry teachers college teacher-journal- ist, mad at Rea' 6: Black, received scant notice. .ll I -'Q 1 . , 1 L l I l 5 'J was mga was was -on was 1929 uso mai . Hof on DC'f7l'8SSl01Z'iS Trail Bulls 8: Bears, Wolves 8: Lambs. Dull to the layman, important to busi- ness men, merchants, is the Georgia Bzzsilzess Review, which month by month plots graphs, follows hot on depression's trail, acts as a thermome- ter of business, keeps its finger on state finances' pulse. LHE ARE Rum's Rcwages Temperance. 500 peanut munching, foot shuffling theatre goers fell silent when chin-whiskered Hamilton Lokey, strode onto the apron of Seney-Stovall stage one evening last fall, launched into a plea for temperance, begged the downfall of the demon rum, as he in- troduced "Ten Nights in a Barroomf' famous temperance play, Thalian- Blackfriars first production of '32-'33. Fiend. Bustling Compton Otis Baker turned his 265 pounds into the form of Simon Slade, fiendish rum seller, bartender, landlord, finally killed by his son. Laurence Baron hissed through his teeth, stroked silky black handle-bar mustache, as the villanous Harvey Green, duped 81 cheated, wild young buck, William Buchanan. Old timers were Jean Lyons, mother of Little Mary, Leila Urquhart, spouse of Slade, Harold Martin, benevolent, preaching, as Romaine, foe of rum. Tee-Totaler. High light was Sam fSwichelJ Carr's interpretation of the rustic Yankee tippler who drank, wooed Katherine fllflahitablel High- tower, reformed, swore off liquor, in time for the final curtain. Best scenes: Piteous dying wail of Little Mary tlilorence tLittle Sisl Hancockb victim of beer bottle hurled by Slade: Rum-ridden Joe Morgan's fChillion Wliitel writhing, snake tor- mented delirium. .- -..- Looe E99 Pirates Routinized. Removing the Horace Greeley whiskers from Romaine of "Ten Nights," Crouse tongue-lashed, pleaded, molded his wrinkled veteran Harold Martin into an aunt-picked, routinized Ambrose Applejohn, Eng- lish gentleman, for "Captain Apple- jack," his winter show. Chipper, smiling Altha Hamman, Brooklyn belle, cased alluring curves in svelte black, lured Martin with feminine magic from thoughts of high adventure to thoughts of love. New faces, new forms were statu- esque Virginia lfrick, lady crizninal, F1ENDisH BAKER . . . Finally leillcd by his son lanky Jesse Spier, a cop, Marguerite Powell, a maid. Old to Athens audi- ences were Martin: brunette, lovely Sidney Hunt: Shakespearer John Gal- loway: Chillion Wliite. Aces 8: Death. Best scene: Martin cutting cards with his life at stake, cutting from a sleeve full of aces, foiling Galloway sending him to his death. Tense moment: NVhen Hamman, creeping in dead of night to pillage a secret cupboard, crept onto a lighted stage while electrician Franklin fran- tically sought foot light switch. SNVICHEL CARR N0 liquor for him DURING THE YEAR 187 Unnoticed mishap: VVhen Martin, delving into a secret cupboard for hidden parchment telling of treasure. found no parchment, slipped sheet from providentially located book, used it instead. .igi HoIz'day W'ell on toward success was "Holi- day" third production of the year as P.xNno1m went to press. Nervous, exacting' journalist-dra- matic director Edward Crouse drives his casts to tears, profanity in live week rehearsals. Not unreasonable, he takes no holiday, works ten times harder than any of his players, de- signs all sets, supervises scene build- ing, directs all stage work, keeps an eye on ticket sales, advertising. His theatre when not in the cast, aid in building sets, handling lights, shitting scenes. God-mother to the players is Lucy Cobb's silver-haired Mrs. Cora Gar- wood. Outwardly fussy, inwardly ten- der, she bemoans late rehearsals, sends lood Sz coffee to tired players, beams when l.ucy Cobb inmates make a cast, misses no shows. ., Q? lllanless Love XVell produced, thoroughly enjoy- able, were lfducational College Dra- matic Club's plays, "The Goose llaugs High" 81 "Love in a Mist," cast without men, directed by busyboily. smiling MaNita Bullock. players love him, hang around the LITTLE Sis ilsittle Maryj H.xNcock h'l.XtlIt'I.XN l'lAMM.XN X 1xIJVliNTl'RliR M.xR'r1N Iiffflilll of a beer Zmfflg Size lured in flzouglzts of Iam' MILESTUNES Elected. Franklin D. Roosevelt, president of the United States by popular vote of the student body in poll sponsored by Demosthenian So- ciety. Runner-up: Norman Thomas, socialist. Poor third: Herbert Hoover, republican. Epidemic. Hospitalized were forty odd students in early December at the intirmary suffering with inliuenza dur- ing a fair sized epidemic. Nothing came of much talk of closing school early for Christmas holidays as was done in 1928. Rapidly Dying. The old blue uni- form of G. S. T. C., as the year's end neared. No administrative order was the cause. Method: Uniform weary normalites tore their old uniforms, pleaded no funds with which to buy another, sought permission to wear civilian clothes on the pretext of pov- erty, usually proceeded to buy a shin- ing new dress. Killed. The same uniform, by re- organization that made the College of Education, me G. S. T. C., the Cot ordinate College of the University ot Georgia. Interviewed. lfrederic Solomon 81 McCarthy Crenshaw by the State Committee for Rhodes Scholarship Awards. Abed with influenza was Mor- ton Hodgson, also supposed to be in- terviewed. Neither received scholar- ships. Last University of Georgia Rhodes' Scholar: Milton P. Jarnagin, chosen 1930. Married. Augusta Pike, sophomore Alpha Gamma Delta from LaGrange: 81 Oscar Thomas liersey, in La- Grange, February 18. Born. Alpha Delta Pi, Social So- rority, bringing the campus Greek family to six sororities, eighteen fra- ternities. Achieved. The highest score ever made at University of Georgia 1311 out of a possible 3703 on annual Freshman intelligence test by Eugene Culpepper, Savannah. T lf1""75.!Si QW l:RliSllM.XN Ci'i.1'i1i'1'Ek Ile scored 311 Discarded. Demosthenian literary Society's 132 year old constitution by popular vote of the society which de- sired an linglish type unwritten con- stitution, Born. To Coach 81 Mrs. Harry Mehre. a second child, Mary Ann. October 28th. Named. Mary Ann, an ice cream slab sandwich between c h o c o l a t e wafers by Costas lnc., in honor of newly-born Miss Mary Ann Mehre. Moved. After 30 years in the same low-ceilinged cubby hole in the aban- doned old Commercial Hotel Papa Nicki tNick Deakides, 'The Students' lfriend'J to newer, larger quarters nearer the arch. Said Papa Nick, in unconscious meter, of defaulting stu- dents, "October, November, Goddamit, December they no pay me," as he entered suit against delinquents. B orn. To Business Manager 8: Mrs. George D. t"Tim"j Cope, George ing, "-'E RX l .Xi MRS. "Tin" X "TIM, JR." .YU sleep tfllffllg fvetfiilig Purina' +Not to be confused with Papa Nick, 'The Students' liriend,' is Brother Nick CRev. D. ll. Nicholson? the students' pastor. ISS DURING THE YEAR U 1' H ' li - vw rf ll. t 'lim J Lupe, lr. Tim, Sr., en- joyed little sleep during "Tim," jrfs teething period. Won. Five dollars, by llamilton l.okey from fraternity brothers Spen- cer XYaddell, Hamilton Napier, Clif- ford Swift, when he roller-skated the "l.oop" taround Lumpkin, Milledge, l"rincel in less than thirty minutes February 27. Appointed. ,lack liraswell, to attend the United States Military Academy at lYest l"oint. Siiclzermzv KEELYN Sz Rireeiz Ronslers She Slilfffilgfjl made no SfGfCllIC1lf Married. Mary Packer Smith, Chi Omega freshman 'til Christmas: K Loring Gilmore, organizer of Loring Gilmore's Bulldogs tsee M U S l Cl, former Kappa Sigma student. Closed. Charbonnier Drive, campus thoroughfare, hy edict of Dr. S. V. Sanford, though not yet sodded 81 beautihed, as was planned. Supposedly Engaged. Pauline Kec- lyn, charming Law School Secretary: and jack tjack the Ripperl Roberts, famous sophomore of '29, as she wore a ring given her by him, smilingly refused to make any statement. Reorganized. Hiftad and Senior Round Table Clubs by Morton Hodg- son, debater, Y worker, tank captain. Abolished. University radio service by order of Board of Regents. Merged. Y. M. C. A., Y. NY. C. QX. 81 Freshman Y. M. C. A. into Vol- REoRc.xN1zE1: Houcsorr Biffad, St'llI.0l' Round Table felt his fozzclzl g V untary Religious .Xssociations to seek goodwill of members of Board of Re- gents, counteract ideas of coerced re- ligion. Y. M. 81 Y. VV. presidents Gas- ton Sz Slaton retained their places. SPURTS Grza'z1'0n Heart-broken University students SL high school students froni all over the State sat under the hot sun Sz saw Georgia lose the first football game of the season to V. F. l. 7-6, the second game ever lost in Sanford Stadium? This defeat was prophetic of what was to follow. Tagged by hard luck, the Bulldogs won two, tied two, lost live. many of which would have been won except for tough breaks. For the first time, the football team lead no captain during the season. At the beginning of each game a senior was appointed captain for the day. At the annual end-of-the-season banquet the players chose nonchalant Vason McVVhorter. center for three years, as their permanent captain. Following a disastrous season, the coaching staff resolved to do better next season, called early spring prac- 'ffrsf gunuc Ioxf zvas to Yuihuze, 20-7, IVO- ucnzher x4, 193x. tice in February. Discouraged Sz in debt, twenty odd "scholarship" ath- letes decided they were being duped, refused to attend practices, clustered about the Varsity. VVorried coaches finally called the recalcitrants to- gether, patched up the difficulties, in- sured a football team for next year- but soon stopped spring practice. 'X Ol Grapplers Monstrous, bullet-headed A. C. Lid- say, Waco, Texas, wrestler, frankly admitted he could throw anyone in Athens at will. Unaccounted for was VVade Mallard, law student who had developed a piano-box physique wrestling 81 playing football at N. Y. U. A match was arranged. Rather than put on a listless show, or get too rough, the two decided to frame the match, give the audience a good show. Following the Clemson boxing matches the two giants squared off, groaned Sz grunted, pulled Sz tugged until the fans were in a pleasant frenzy. Frenzied likewise had become the two perspiring giants. Suddenly plans went awry. Lindsay's foot shot out, f . PRESIDENT G.xs'roN, PRESIDENT SLATON . . . appease Regents, coerce 110 V011-gl'0Il contacted Mallard's nose. Spouting blood, Mallard rushed Lindsayg the fury of the battle increased. Result: One broken nose. The CAPTAIN MCWHORTER Not till the scas01zi's and fight was stopped shortly afterwards by Coach Stegeman without a fall to either wrestler's credit. LAWYER MALLARD Broken, a nose DURING THE YEAR 189 Sporty-C01ztz'nzzed Basket-ball Georgia's defending Southern Con- ference champions looked pretty good the first of the season. As the season progressed they steadily got worse. won fewer games. Entering th e tournament against Tulane, a team they had previously beaten, they Were eliminated in the first round. CHURCH-GOER Moons Law exazrzs 5' a bad knee Captain Leroy Young, veteran guard, missed the support of Vernon Smith, Tommy Moran, Bill Strick- land, Pap Terrell. Virlyn Moore. Emory transfer, declared eligible for one year, started the season with a bang, slowed up as Law Exams toward the last of January combined with a bad knee to lessen his powers. ,191 Baseball Baseball held its place as a popular sport at Georgia. One-armed, genial Bill Vlfhite, well-liked coach, annually strives to put out a winning team, generally meets with more than mod- erate success. He has a record of better than an even break with every team his men have played during his thirteen years as Georgia's baseball coach. Ffhiiw, , , 'rr , 1 as Q' V 5' i fy.f"Kg ag 'jj 'Tse '- as ' BASEBALLER B012 MCWHORTER Tfl7'C'UfC71fCd to burn up the leagues Major League scouts take the op- portunity to replenish their ranks from W'hitc's teams. Recent exam- ples: Spurgeon Chandler with the New York Yankees: Buster Mott, also signed fthough unofiiciallyl with the Yankees. Georgia's contributions to professional baseball have included Ivy "Chick' Shiver, Tom Nash, Nolan Richardson, Mutt Riddle. -74-1. Blue Key Leagues Truly astoundinf-' was the interest aroused by Blue Key Council's in- termural indoor baseball leagues. President Harry Steine appointed church-going basket-baller Virlyn Moore, Wfild-Man Joe Schreiber Sz Easy-Going Tom David on a commit- tee to work out details of a mere sug- gestion offered in Illue Key meeting. THE NEW 81 THE OLD Careful rlzeck-ups .rlzoteed 110 10.1-ity VVhen the committee, particularly Moore and Schreiber, had finished their work there were three leagues including Z0 teams playing regularly scheduled games. Any group could organize a team and enter the com- petition merely by paying 50c, fur- nishing a bat and ball. Athletic fac- ulty men organized a team. Led by such stalwarts as Bob McVVhorte", Coach Mehre, Coach Stegeman, and "Rooster" McFadden, they threatened to burn up the leagues, refused to ac- cent the silver loving cup in case they should win it. iQ... Tl Vaguely alarmed were Normal School oldsters when the new gym suit was announced. Puritanical Vic- torians felt sure the change in dress would lead to looseness in morals. Careful check-ups showed no greater moral laxity. ll Wroiigly celebrated in the eyes of the Ed. College administration was Georgia's victory over Florida as faculty order restricted enthusiastic lid. College lfreshman who made bold to ring 81 ring the Normal School bell in emulation of fic-orgia's old tradi- tion, too little called into play this year, of ringing the chapel bell to eelebrate fieorglais athletic YlC'tOI'lCS. 'I XYon by smiling jack Sullivan was the Southeastern .Xssociation junior Kliddlevveight boxing championship. X'vlC"1'URYiS Blau. Rlxrzefes .Ynf In In' enzzrlafed Jazz Well nourished with food exchanged for jazz music blared twice weekly in Costa's emporium, Loring Gilmore's Bulldog orchestra proved the biggest soda attraction in Athens throughout the year. Although meeting competi- tion from Charles lfulcher's orchestra at Patricks Pharmacy. the Bulldogs were aided through the broadcast fa- cilities of XVTFI 81 the efforts of Sa- vannah-blues-crooner, Millie fklinnie the Moocherl W'ilensky. Fiddling Lloyd Gilmore, football star, soberly leads the Collegians, jerks his hand in time to such fa- vorites as "Goofus" while hundreds of students crowd the soda dispensary O11 Tuesday Sz Friday afternoons from live to six o'clock. Tony Costa di- rects a score of employees who seat customers, convey refreshments, clean up tables made messy by playful co-eds 81 nervous dates. To be seen dating in Costa's during these sessions is to be pointed out by other students as a confirmed "jelly," GILMORE Sz "GooFL's" lI'ell 7l01lI'fSf1C'd, they blare 190 DURING THE YEAR Drummer Loring Cvilmore, Yankee organizer of the eight-piece band, has molded a pleasing dance unit, secures most of the University engagements. Verplexed were chronic listeners to the Costa program following the second term. They sat Sz listened but no XYilensky appeared before the "mike." Not even mildly surprised were the same students to learn that Mrs. lf. P. Rhodes, dean of women, had deemed the hot-cha blues num- bers as Hunbecoming the conduct of a Georgia co-ed." Thus students were denied the happy Millie Wfilensky- Minnie the llloocher combine. PIANIST HODGSON Many sign, some listen dppreciatea' Excuse Co-ed d o rm i t o r y housemothers glance over their "Sign-out" books each Thursday night, learn that a number of the more popular girls are attending Professor Hugh Hodgson's weekly music appreciation program in the Chapel. Closer investigation would have revealed that not all the music lovers go to Chapel, some hav- ing used the Utime out" as an oppor- tunity to court during the week. Genial musician Hodgson, one of the South's outstanding pianists, ex- plains his music as he plays, treats classical compositions only. His music classes, those who "court" in- side the Chapel rather than risk de- tection, Sz those really appreciating music, attend weekly, enjoy the pro- gram. , MQM. Ma1'ches Different from Costa's Tuesday Sz Friday programs, different still from Hodgson's classic classes, were band concerts given on one or two occa- sions in Soule Hall's amphitheatre. Spirited marches Sz lively airs drew considerable attendance. PEOPLE Names 11111lec' news. This year these 711111105 11111110 t111s zmzes. llaving given the third of ll series of seven steps in man's progress during his chapel lecture, Dr. Will Durant became irked when a stu- dent walked out on him, remarked, "I don't suppose the next two steps make VN Sr LAWYERS NOWELL Sz COOK Size sought lzcart Z1r1I111, he sought secrecy much difference," proceeded to skim over his lecture, but finally settled down again to round out in pleasing completeness his talk which had be- gun one hour late. .M9 Sorely grieved was Lawver Dudley Cook when the Keyhole Column played up his Phi Mu romance, brought him unwonted publicity, finally induced him to leave off the romance. .MSM 33,000.87 was awarded Doris Nowell, law school co-ed in moot court breach of promise case against McCarthy Crenshaw after she "proved" 33,000.00 monetary damage Sz some further balm for an aching heart. -MM Called into consultation as a special feature writing board of strategy for 1933 P1xNDORA's altered feature section, FEATURE MEN MARTIN, HTRWIQINS, COBB C0111'ti11g 65' politics 1'11te1'fc1'ed Jim Cobb soon took himself to his "courting," Frank Hawkins did good work, then betook himself to his pol- itics. Harold Martin neglected both these features, labored long and lus- tily, produced much of PANDORA,S fea- ture material-though not this item. .iQM Four corn field variety mules gal- loped around the stadium between halves of the Homecoming football game with University of Florida. Four small negro boys in the saddles T BEAUTY MYERS Three straight for her represented Marion Gaston, Leroy Young, McCarthy Crenshaw 8: Billy Hazlehurst, who were being initiated into Sphinx, highest student honor or- ganization. Footballers all, they were forced to have substitutes perform publicly for them while they heard be- tween-the-halves pep talks. ..l4yi. lnitiated into Sphinx at Little Com- mencement were Frederic Solomon, lone student neophyte, Harold Hirsch 8: Edgar Secrest, honorary initiates. MQ, More surprised than pleased were ballcarriers Marion Gaston 8: Freddie Miller early in January when a brick crashed through the window of their room in Joe Brown Hall, rousing them from deep sleep. The brick, found resting upon GastOn's pillow, was thought to have been thrown by a practical joker. .Mgt- Jailed on the charge of attempting to rob the mails were Bothwell Tray- lor 8: Madison Bird as they carried spare tires to Lamar Swift, stranded on the way back from hearing Lom- bardo in Atlanta. Traylor Sz Bird thought they were leading Swift back to Athens. After they passed a rural mail delivery car they looked back, saw Swift was not in sight, pulled over to the side of the road to wait for him. Fearing an ambush, for some strange reason, the mail carrier about faced to Lawrenceville, wired ahead DURING THE YEAR 191 PEUIDZE-C0ll!Z'l7u61f to Athens, and had the two arrested upon their arrival there. Law School's Tom Green, a fellow Chi Phi, was necessary to explain the law abiding nature of the prisoners, get them out of custody. Baflied Sz blindfolded, eighteen Uni- versity of Georgia seniors, George D. C'Tim"D Cope, Harry Steine, Ham- ilton Napier, James Moncrief, Charles Reynolds, Nathaniel Slaughter, Del- mar Thompson, Stokely Pound, Lu- cien Whittle, N. M. Penny, Morton Hodgson, Jack Sullivan, Freddie Mil- ler, Roger Cobb, Charles Stone, C. O. Baker, Bob Williams, Bill David, were buffeted about the streets of Athens during initiation into Gridiron, second highest honor society. Frank Hawk- ins succeeded Robert Montgomery to the presidency in January. .,a,g.,.. For the third consecutive year Mary' Myers was chosen a PANDORA beauty in preliminary competition. Chosen with Phi Mu's brunette beauty were Mimi Barrow, Venita Crane, Theresa Hamby, Margaret Sparks, competing for their second year. ,- Foreshadowing France's default in war debt payments, collectionists Frederic Solomon 8: J. Milton Rich- ardson defended America's efforts at war debt collection against a debate team from Trinity College, Dublin Ireland, in chapel December 13. i-QT. Forced to resign the presidency of Phi Mu sorority was Katherine Wil- liams when over-careful matrons de- cided she couldn't hold that ofhce 81 attend to her Lucy Cobb house man- agership duties also. Friends noting her high grades and studious habits wondered at the edict. c . AH COLLECTIONIST RICHARDSON He defended Auzericas efforts ..,, lfwot-weary perlcstrlztll was Earl A Colvin during the open season for pol- 5, . itics as his rornn-mate, tubby Joe V Thomas, successful l'an-llellenic ezin- didatc CflllllllllllllQ't'l'k'll l'olx'in's yellow iw, W' lwird lorlcampaignl purposes. Truflg- ing wearily hrnne lrfnn classes Lfflvin ' 4,59 hw observed that was a hard game for l 4 ,X the non-combatants as well as the t 'J campaigners. l MANAG1-:ie Wn.1.1AMs h ,M -me Friends ienzzdvrmz' ai the edict Astounded by tht- suggestive speeches were Costa frequentcrs the afternoon before the Military llall as Phi Delta Phi neophytes put on their public initiation. Y-man Crenshaw talked less, had no stimulation, Not so the others, who were well stimu- lated. , For the third straight time Helena Joubert was elected President of her class at the College of Education, to top off her multitude of other honors. PHI DELTA PHI NEOl'HX'TES Costa f1'eqzzc'11fc'1's were astounded Deeply grieved was Georgia Tech's golf team when one of their well di- rected drives hit the head of back- turned Emile Hirsch, bounded off at an angle for a bad lie. Deeply pained was Hirsch by the same event. .TQXTX Stimulated by increased interest in art, Mary Winston 8: Louise Roberts enrolled for special courses in pot- tery. claimed they finally were able to make one vase that wouldn't crumble at sight. Art interest likewise was Pan-Hellenic's Billy Hazlehurst. He became sketcher Hazlehurst, learned to sketch various buildings 8: scenes about the campus. ..-Qc..- Athens Hi's T111m1b-Tark-Trilrzzne printed for the annual High School Press Meet sponsored by the Drewry managed School of Journal- ism a special issue dedicated to Fresh- man Agnes Jarnagin 8: Sophomore Tom Dozier former Tlzzmzb-Tack Edi- tors , N faq, ,i if . 'A ig 1 ,A ,A arf , 4 Y f, A ii" A .. . f if , Y, la, 4 ,J-W. --ff ,fi-1 -,MEL fx . . f , ' , , J are -'if' ' ' :A-1' ' 444' '1 . - " is , . ,mae , 2 1 .. H I 1 5 A . 5 , i F' . 2 .ff 1 1 '.' ... . g g , p li, i?5Qmg Porrizks XXVIXSTUN X Rniziaiars They L'lI1'UHL'ti for .vfcrzlzl rnzzrsrs Honored by election to l'lii Beta Kappa, oldest Greek letter fraternity and most coveted scholastic honor were Eleanor Adams, Lessie Bailey, Natalie Bocock, Mary Elizabeth Bruce, Sarah Frances Bryant, Marion Bush, McCarthy Crenshaw, W. A. Cuff, Sam Gardner, Charlotte Glynn, Pauline Hadaway, Morton Hodgson, Eugene Hoppenstein, Louise Kidd, O. G. Lan- caster, Hamilton Lokey, Luelle Mitch- ell, Frederic Solomon, Charles F. Stone, Ir. ft W" A " I-. ' .' . fix x x, -,L ' k if iff 5 ,J f N ' f Q91 ,M . J g , S- ',,k. V4.9 T i v , i 7 i li S 4'i 41 iliifsaviiiix R rr 53 pak M- 'ey' 7li ifgEg?? TT? PREs11nENT JllL'lIl-IRT Tlzriue she teas the prcsidcnf 193 DURING THE YEAR PEOPZB-C072!l'7Zu61f Phenomenally active for sophomores were Denean Stafford 8: Herman Eu- gene Talmadge as the Pan-llellenic race rolled round. Phenomenal also was the activity of Pete Morgan, lllichigan transfer to the lirst year law class. Largely through their efforts was the "Progressive Party" organ- ized and kept going tsee POLlTlCiXL NEXYSJ. Caught short was P.xNDoRA as frantic editors wildly sought good pictures of these men to use in the Political News section, found none. sfo " S. es, .., t, mf 'Q if ff .-V ...Q " .M J "3 . elf.. it "" 'f :ilk-' ' x if K mi 1 1 1 . T ' was 'MV ' il 31 , 2 'K ' I 1 1' 'A ' ' JOURNALIST JARNAGIN Slit' was dcdifatcc Properly respectful were sinall-town Georgians as Isham Jones and his or- chestra stopped over in Athens for a two-hour performance on his way to Atlanta. Loring Gilmore induced the Maestro to leave thirty minutes early while his band continued to play, and come hear Gilmore's Bulldogs per- form. fsee MUSICJ Gilmore in his Ford led Jones in his Lincoln to the Kappa Sigma house where Gilmore had advised his players to meet. Speechless with anger was Gilmore when he found he had invited Jones to an empty house. Not one Bulldog bandsman had heeded Gilmore's spe- cially called meeting. Mix? -M Impromptu lecturer became John Long, Foote Sz Davies representative in charge of printing 1933 PANDORA, as late January saw little copy turned in. "The trouble with you," said angry printer Long to frenzied Editor Solo- mon, "is that you insist on going to classes. You ought to know by now that no PANDORA Editor can go to his classes and put out the book." ,-Qi Pleasantly surprised were University censors scrutinizing 1933 P'ANno14.x for suggestive matter to be deleted. Mrs. Malcolm Bryan 8: E. A. CRastusj Lowe were serving their first terms as censors. Said English Professor Robert L. McWhorter, serving his third consecutive year: "The lirst PAN- lioim l censored was patterned after The Sficc1'a!z'sf,' the second after Bully- lmn. Now this one seems to be pat- terned after Time. l suppose the next one will copy The iffftlllfft' Molztlzly and we'll have to insist you put in some- thing the students will care to read." Magi. Member of the Georgia rilie team winning the Hearst Trophy for the Southeast was junior PANDORQX Editor Randolph Thigpen, explaining his af- ternoon after afternoon at the hring range. WK g --- By dint of much stinting Byron "Bones" Mitchell scraped together the necessary 31.10, caught a ride to At- lanta to hear Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians when they played there on their trip South. Two miles on the Athens' side of Wiiicler, Bones' good Samaritan rounded a curve in the middle of the road just at the in- stant a car coming the opposite way rounded the same curve in the middle of the same road. Mitchell's head crashed through the dome light of the car, laid him up in Vffinder two days. cost him 37.50, prevented his hearing Lombardo. --.gi Harry Hopkins 8: Joe Vinson, ac- cused of rowdiness at a Brenau "open house" were questioned by the matron as to their names and places of educa- tion so she might report them to school authorities. Somewhat befud- dled, Hopkins Sz Vinson managed to keep their presence of mind. Two days later Emory University's Dean re- ceived reports on the had conduct of "Gregory Johnson" 81 "Harrison But- terworth" two "Emory students." M4151 Quiet, erudite Harmon Caldwell, law teacher par excellence was ap- pointed Dean of Lumpkin Law School when illness retired Dean H. N. Ed- munds, and active practice called Act- ing Dean Thomas F. Green, Sr. jun- ior and Senior Law students recalled Caldwell from year before last when he would modestly say he had "made a few notes on the subject under dis- cussion," then proceed to expound the law far in advance of any text hooks yet published. .M gf? A bargain counter was run by Sen- ior Class President Delmar "Foots" Thompson as he slashed prices of sen- ior invitations to 20? for paper bound, 354 for leather bound. Depression- pressed seniors appreciated the slash -had difficulty in meeting even these depression prices. MQ.-- "Shorter has certainly suffered a loss," said campus swains as Shorter transfer Laura West registered for Franklin College courses when school began. Even more certain of this judgment were these same campus swams during the year as Laura pro- ceeded to become one of Georgia's most popular co-eds. Mg, "lt has its off days, and this seems to be one of them," always remarked Jim Cobb, heavy-courting Delta Tau Delta whenever anyone wished to play the radio he installed in his Ford. Rumor had it that the radio played uninterruptedly for 7 minutes one day in April. F ...7,M. Sought by the police was lanky Jesse Spier after he borrowed a po- liceman's hat for his part in Cllflftllill .4NiIfjar1r, accidently burned it, then left it at the police station when the lender was out. M.M Vlfeighted down with hnancial du- ties was Junior PixNpoR.x Editor Hugh Park when he was initiated into Blue Key Council, then elected secretary- treasurer of the organization. "lt feels good to handle the money even if it isn't much and it isn't yours," said Treasurer Park as he took over his new duties, prepared to pay for Blue Key's PANDORA space, etc. HMA.. Sincerely appreciative was law teacher Judge George F. Gober when the Senior Law Class, entrusted by him with the privilege of electing its own ofhcers for the last month of moot court, cast aside personal ambi- tions of its own and elected Judge Gober judge of moot court. "1 repeat the reply of General Gor- don to the soldier who wished to be transferred from the tiring line to the bugle corps: 'Wei need more shooters and less tootersf' said law teacher J. Alton Hosch, urging steady work in his chapel speech on Memorial Day. Very busy, financially deflated, was Junior PANDIJRA Editor Nathan Wolfe, Jr., when he was elected to Senior Round Table and Gridiron within a week. MM., "lt seems she took me seriously," mournfully wailed Tom Dozier as High Schooler Martha Lee Allen re- fused to talk with him after he had be- come angered over some triviality and told her he was "through" MQT. A regular swimmer, member of the swimming team and all, was Junior Business Manager Maurice Steinberg. Each afternoon at four he left PAN- DORA duties to splash and swim in Me- morial Hall's none-too-large-pool. The year's end saw him sporting his HG." .T...'b..l Cheered by the publicity was end- product "Bunny" Neighbors when Red and Blacks Cauzfiizs Parade Column called him N e a r - B e e r Neighbors, jested of his 3.2 liking. MINCDI? INOR sports players 84 managers tound in the spring when they began serious training that Old Man Depression had handed the I933 Georgia minor sports program, lwith the exception ot boxingl a knock-out blow in the torm ot low tootball receipts during the l932 sea- son. Since the popular gridiron con- tests have in past years been the sole support ot the minor sports in the matter ot intercolle- fi giate games, equipment, coaches, the reduction in football receipts served as a fltn X , 2' .9 W vi 5: 'l?mMAoNJR. death blow to their university sponsored in- tercollegiate contests. Even three major sports at the university were curtailed tor the year-track, baseball, 84 baslcet-ball schedules all being cut down by the knite ot economy. A boxing schedule was arranged and con- ducted without any expense to the athletic association. Besides the boxing team, the polo squad, which is sponsored by the uni- versity R. 0. T. C., was not attected seriously by the new athletic program 8: continued to ride successtully in the majority ot their games against both amateur collegiate tours, 8: sea- soned army poloists. Three other ot the lesser sports, swimming, golt X4 tennis, continued bravely with their in- tercollegiate tilts by paying, themselves, the cost ot the competitions. Fraternity houses, dormitories and student eating establishments .193. ff SPCDRTS I, .vw I x 1' 1?-, t all co-operated to the tullest ex- tent in helping reduce the expense ot visiting teams when the three Georgia squads scheduled home contests. The two teams which were most curtailed were the lacrosse 84 cross-country squads. The lacrossemen, under the direction ot Coach E. W. Godbold, played exhibition games dur- ing the Spring quarter. The cross-country team was not attected in I932 by the program but was torced to discontinue in intercolle- giate competition tor the IQ33 season. No mention was made ot a university-spon- sored IQ34 sports program in Dean l-l. J. Stegeman's otticial statement which read: "All university-sponsored intercollegiate com- petition in all minor sports will be discontinued tor one year with the exception ot boxing." if so 'Tl' T 'I T il A? fi' 'T' 9 -cy fir, " if fl " 'il' 1 , In f ' l bf, L cf, ' .1-fl i - U , p J H Q.eCf,jN4zpQx 3 ff -I .7 kifniyflyi, ,lm Lf6,jfgit, X g Qynf, l if V' X i 1 V '- ' f ' ' X ff - r-Y, ' fro t, an g, ,,.liwyyX.gf 1i.x7,:W,JNg, lvl 1 , V W I 7, frilly fly, X Um, .N QW - 1, 3' " , . IT: ,Nw .ll J i 2 .X N - ' ,Q 1' 1 'X ' 'fix lf' - C- Q- V if Lf jr. A l Se if fi r t W V' W 71-f : Yi al-All A. W2 it-iaf.1ia f J .gif .omigwvhri l. ff mi K fe 5. jg i Ml' fl ,lil fjifcc..-rs.-A LGCTOSSG Co-CAPTAINS MONCRIEF Sz CALLAWAY HE large amount of student interest which has developed in lacrosse, the oldest Ameri- can game, was manifested on March 21, when approximately Hfty men reported to Coach E. W. Godbold for the initial session of Spring prac- tice. While knowing that only home exhibition games between picked members of the large squad would be played, these candidates still continued to report for practice with their sole hope for re- ward being a numeral, minor, or major letter, ac- cording to their class status. Lacrosse was first played by the American In- dians, with such hard skill that it was no un- common thing for the contestants to suffer broken bones and more serious injuries during the game. Qften all the male members of a tribe would en- ter into the contest. In its present form, lacrosse still demands from the athlete a strong untiring body and well- co-ordinated muscles. Introduced at Georgia a few years ago, it has continued to move steadily forward in the minor sport world as the long roll of candidates testifies. Before the curtailment of the sport, games with Tech, lVIaryland, Virginia, have been on the Georgians' schedule. The Bulldog lacrosse men have perfect records for winning each year the annual Tech series. Maryfland has always furnished the toughest competition, with the Vir- ginians and Georgians often being evenly matched, Jimmy Moncrief and Richard Callaway co- captained the squads during the season. Hugh Park served as varsity manager with Lewis Hig- gins and Edwin Warren as his assistants. Lettermen who returned this year besides Mon- crief and Callaway were: Whelchel, Hendricks, Detrano, Walker, Morris, Reeder, Green, and Cooper. eeeiii dl W Wifi 7 1 , :fi 'W 3 7 Mak i - tbl c A Hlfi .- .194. g .VI :fm I A' . bg , A V " 41. 'il ix 'x . -,aim . J fl- ,-, 3. ,, Lf ii, i W JK i If " J I X ,Q'vn,,Fg ,QA fligffgi il i' L lf I I' 7 ,ffl li 'i.Q".iJ 1 , N, A , ff s. 1 'V fwf it ff 1' e's 1 f - v ff i -N 1 it , I 7,4251 JI" 4' nf, yyl' 1, h, rx 1" X71 q Q f ' NK b N 1 . gf, V y K I , ,Q f- j 1 1 Mr 4f'f1'l' fizf Uffj X Cf,,,i ,pp le ' , W4 .1 f, if ,-L eff Al 'ff' "P 11 im V ,Zig 1 ,fn 'fy ,Ml J we 1 'f 'f I Jiri' 1 rf' f -j r 'Fx rossf oifmtry Team RADUATION took its toll from the ranks of the 1932 University cross-country team, leaving only one returning letterman as the cog about which Coach Weems Baskin had to build his varsity squad. With Captain E. Edmunds as the only ex- perienced runner out for the team, Coach Baskin was able to fashion a fair but green squad of six from former freshman runners and upperclass- men who were on the reserve lists of the 1931 season. The five members of the squad who failed to return were Bernhardt, Jones, Arren- dale, Young and Williams. ln the elimination run held for the purpose of choosing the varsity harriers, John Medlock, Hugh Gilreath, lylarion Harwell, Robert Bunce, and Donald Hughes placed among the first five to complete the team's roster along with Cap- tain Edmunds. For the first time in recent years the run was held strictly in order to choose the members of the varsity squad. Before this, the meet had also been an intramural affair with a separate letter being awarded the runner who placed first after the varsity harriers. The freshman cross-country tryout Was won by Evan lVIajor Who ran the Ag hill course in the excellent time of 16:21. Robert Heriot was another yearling trackster who turned in good C.xi"r.xiN Eimifxos time for the course and these two freshmen are doped to give some of the varsity harriers a strong fight for their positions. Although no intercollegiate matches have yet been scheduled for next season, a team will be formed next fall. Since no lettermen were lost through graduation this year and with the strong freshman contender coming up, next season's runners should turn out one of the best teams in recent years for the Bulldogs. This year the Georgians lost two matches to Auburn and Florida, won their only meet through forfeit from Tech. i1ff:l:'fT C33 fi L K -1 1 V A If 'D ,.:-yinlcfv fsofl if :fi K TS TT tyiifcfetliifi f f N A U! ffl' 1 i x xyf?+,?f ,5 - 9 WB, V J g ,. W, g Ulgiji 1 . 195 . fV,1 X lr- N --BA '14' ' hat--"til li V 7Zf':u li fill Q tif' 1 if 'WY Ti fi Q ' ' X V ilif Eilxxf lfl I I iGI'J41i'illZl ll fi ql'::i'.'iQl'O X l My Ni K W 1 E , 'lllvfgii 'lifqf 1' T T i ll., ' T i 1 ' Al l C L QVGVQQT' NN ",, ian- , 'r'Q'-f' ff lil fw val " ,I ' i' ' ll ' WX' QQ' l Q? fi ,SQL 6- ,p,,'7 QQ H fl lt f l , li ZH A fl iw if -I mg ' if :J if llllf sf 2 1 ,y , - 7 , x Y, f 1,1 ' H -1 i. N " ' X' ,Tj ,rv ,li ,f + , If r ,, X- ,f XJ My If X W, K fl , T! VJ, It B xl , xiii, Fa 1 f' ,- ' ' i X ur l 7 1' ' l . . l 4-tif ' i Q,-Che?" 2 Krew- "- N xy' we ', ' Y r ,i., 51 il X L- 1i.f,y ffvgf' -'V fBoxing C.xi'r.x1N SUi-L1v.xN OR the first time in three years an inter- collegiate boxing bout was held in Wood- ruff hall with large crowds turning out to watch the Georgia fighters take their first home match from the Clemson boxers. The team led by Captain Jack Sullivan fought in three battles, losing two and winning one. The Bulldogs split a two-bout series with the Tiger team and lost their other match to North Caro- lina state at Raleigh. After losing their first bout to the Clemson boxers at Clemson the Bulldogs took their second fight before the university fans with Batchelor, Georgia heavyweight, furnishing the feature of the match by winning an easy decision from the Clemson heavy who had previously gained a technical knockout over him at Clemson. Before the renewal of intercollegiate boxing competition only intramural matches had been held with the winners in the different weights receiving letters and numerals. With only Birch- more and Captain Sullivan reporting to Coach Clarence Jones at the beginning of the season, the greater part of the squad was drawn from men who had never fought before in intercol- legiate matches. By the end of the season, however, Coach Jones had turned out a seasoned bunch of fighters who made an excellent show- ing at the conference tourney in New Orleans. Georgia's chief hope for the conference cham- pionship lay in Captain Sullivan, ace boxer of the team, and he came up to all expectations by handily winning the conference championship in the junior middleweight division. lwembers of the squad are: Frank Bragg, manager, Jack Sullivan, Fred Birchmore, H. G. Bell, Jack Rogers, Nelson Bennett, NI. lNI. Goodman, Harry Hopkins, Joe Nfarshbanks, Jack Sudderth, Charlie Jacobson, and Graham Batchelor. 'fs Ti- n. fl 'd -I i figgtff mmf: iv Aki f ws f af NY. , .' . 1,17 uf' V lx , , , M f . ff, ttf. .4 T X V A Q XAQ Quit ,ff I r yt. F2514 L J L! fflxxx it ,-EL' , ily, f. 4,4 - '-J, X I U- K 1.4 H' - ,ru ,L,', ,L -A " vf W f-'fltwa fll f fr t mio algal faq, +5,Vff'f,5 R.,-I, if r W to - 2 , ' My 1 Q ,, kzjflfggggetrrl fig!! l VM' 5,5 , g :Z ,lf f if , ,,f25f?-4.51 fwimming EORGIA'S varsity swimmers got off to a strong seasonal start by defeating the strong Emory and Furman tankmen in their first two meets of the season. The Emory win came at the expense of the Atlanta team in their new pool while the Georgians took their first home contest from the Furman squad in the Athens "Y" tank. Although feeling the loss through graduation of Hugh Gordon, conference champion in the 50- yard free style, the Bulldogs, led by Captain Morton Hodgson, and five other returning let- termen built up a good competitive team, were favored to be strong contenders for the South- eastern conference championship. The remainder of the schedule embraced meets with Furman, Tech, Florida, Auburn, and Chat- tanooga. Denied University support of intercollegiate matches the Georgians under the direction of Coach Clarence Jones have continued to back their own efforts and listed some of the strong- est tank teams in the South. Visiting teams were housed in dormitories and fraternity houses while the members on road trips defrayed their own ex- penses. The team this year fought hard for a clean slate with which to enter the conference meet held in Athens, April 21, 22. The Bulldog swimmers have never defeated Tech, always a 5ww.v 1 T W " " ' fW" "- "" " 7 - . . ' '-.,'W..-at-.N . V " " 1 . C.xi'T.x1N Ho11osoN strong foe in the water, but this year gave the Jackets a stiff fight. Lettermen who returned this year areg Cap- tain llflorton Hodgson, 50-yard free styleg Man- ager Eugene Hoppenstein, 200-yard breast stroke: Robert Jones, 100 yd. free style, and VVilbur Blackman, 220-yard free style. Other members of the team are Franklin Jef- ferson, Dick lvlaxwell, Leon Kahn, Sam Atkin- son, Matlrice Steinberg, Roland lVIurray, Hutch Hodgson, and Ned Hodgson. iffiigf- GN ff 5 A X l W A V 177' -Q15 li? :-1 'I X r f x Cf ttf? 1 -muswlwl l . 197 . i Cf ,,S,5C, tigers 5 W T I - if 2,5 UO ffmgta elm, my om 5,0 5. 1,5 , 1 xB Zz, IL ,L lr fjkiix, ,t rf, QE! T11 Ci ' 1 'XIA i TZ' wal Q 1zi'r:5Ffi'i1f.19lTi- yi? ' "" E Q T di ie 59' ily O lgwkws JQMHTJ' 'MLB R Mfr, ffl a tl mt nl JM A x liloreiwabee Tolo ia CAPTAIN WOOD ITH three lettermen returning, the Geor- gia polo team began its 1933 preparation early in February for the intercollegiate tilts scheduled with the Auburn and Florida fours. Led by Captain Crozier Wood, at four and the other lettermen, Ed Downes, at two, and Bill Wooten, at three, the poloists were put through severe drills by Captain H. G. Holt, suc- cessor to Captain John Lile as coach of the team. The history of polo at the University began in 1928 when lvlajor A. T. Colley, commandant of the R. O. T. C. unit at the University, in- stalled the sport at Georgia, and games were played between mixed squads of officers and stu- dents, During the next season teams from the various army posts all over the South were played. Prophets of the season's outcome made the prediction that the Bulldogs would ride to vic- tory with the best team since the inauguration of polo at the University. With No. 1 the only position not filled by an experienced letter- man the team was composed largely of seasoned veterans which have played against some of the best teams in the State. Hinely, Cook and Jackson contenders for the vacant post, gave Coach Holt sufficient material to turn out a hard-riding squad and win both games from Florida. This year marks the second season of inter- collegiate competition for the Bulldog horse- men. Last season for the first time in the his- tory of the University and the South an inter- collegiate polo game .was played between the University and Florida fours. i Clifford Calhoun is manager of the team. Other candidates for the squad are: Brown, Burns, Williams, Snelling, Cobb and Carellas. 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The 1933 matches marked the third ,,y, ylgear of igterlcollegiate compegitfn for Captaig CAPTAIN BEAVER eaver W 0 as won some o t e most covete . , . . of tenms tmphys gwen m Southern net tour- support their own intercollegiate contests. Be- neys' sides these two games, it was planned to enter Men up from last yearis yearling crop of University player in the Southeastern Confer- players and new candidates for the team were ence meet which is held annually. Joe, Brooks' Allen Smith' Carter Home' .Bliley In the 1932 tennis season the Georgia net- Stems' Nathan Wolfe and Wesley Martin' men broke even in their intercollegiate tilts, win- From these six candidates the other two ning one, losing one, and tying their opponents members of the squad were picked after elimina- in two matches. Son arid rating matches between the players had The mst match of the year ended in a 3-all .een in ayeld on the Yyoodruff courts in picpafa' tie with the Alabama courtmen. The next game tion QT t C mterco eglate games Schedu ed by was with the Yellow Jackets with the Univer- the team' sity team being taken into camp by the score of Only matches with Emory and Tech netmen 4-2. The team then won their only victory were scheduled by the Georgians since the re- from Furman, 7-0, and in their last tilt tied duction in minor sport funds forced them to Sewanee with another 3-all score. Wu K' 1 sl . ' 1 f X J fb ,. 1 ft ff' ,ffjs 1-".f,. Riff-' f' ' 'Q f M of , f if ' R ' - 'M page - - x ,i - A+--,ft K.-XY-'11 U E was es - i ' fr be X 1' lr X K X ? Cziif' Z Il, l w 'tif TF,f"1 ,N U! n I I, ly I I . 199 . . - as e f fp ' f' 'Capt 9 ,wg 1 ffl?-fi 124 ' , ' ' fd AFR A' 2 'izldfwl llfqo A H L7 imma ,LQ li 1 1 LXTQK ATTN f ?"fJ'li W U f A Q0 Wi., T L JM i em a W 5.1. i"'-is - Mill. wah-ef e , , , G C.xPr.x1N TVTCXVILLIAM s HREE veteran golfers were among the can- didates who reported to Coach lVIurray Soule for initial practice rounds on the Athens Country Club course at the beginning of the 1933 season, Captain Billy lVIcVVilliams, Charlie Warrier and Nat Slaughter were the lettermen returning for the year who played regularly in the inter- collegiate matches on the 1932 schedule. Carroll V. ... , , , .. ,, .Y . .-....,...,.,- .. . ,.- H- ,, O lf Latimer was the only varsity player lost through graduation. llden who subbed last year and those up from the freshmen team were Billups Johnson, Mor- ton Hodgson, Nlilton Leathers and E. H. Kil- len. Taking the major part of the expenses of in- tercollegiate matches on their own shoulders, the Bulldog golfers scheduled four teams for the season's play, Tech, Emory, Clemson and Fur- man. ln the 1932 play the Cueorgians won all of their home matches, beating Tech, Furman, Davidson and Washington and Lee. The squad was unable to hit top form while on the road and dropped one game to Tech and one to Emory in Atlanta. The feature of the 1932 golfing program was the Southern Conference golf tourney which was held on the Athens Country Club course under the sponsorship of the University. Cap- tain lVIcVVilliams was nosed out by Rainwater of Tulane in the final rounds of play for the in- dividual trophy awarded the winner of the tournament. The University of North Caro- lina golfers copped the team trophy. islfifrae if 2555 fi Wi Eff ' f ll fi if X Z ,My Q II We e J 5. llstcl .200. JLJNICDRS PRING is here, 84 it is not only the bees that worlc. The would-bes ot the junior class vie with the very bees themselves in industry. For 'tis the open season tor tat political spoils, 8: the juniors, thinking ot senior honors, rush headlong into the melee, emerge later bat- tered 8c scarred, some with victory, some with disappointment, deteat. '33's junior class had the distinction ot hav- ing been the last class in the history ot the University to have been entertained on mid- night graveyard parties. lt also was distin- guished as being the only class, who as tresh- men, ever dared carry an upperclassman on a graveyard party, but such things concerned them little as they entered the tray, parleyed tor this position, schemed tor that, traded tor another. The class was composed ot a group ot very serious-minded young men who tancied them- selves the tuture orators, lawyers, doctors, business leaders ot the land. As student politicians they showed great versatility, dis- played much ambition, staged many maneu- vers worthy ot their more experienced supe- riors. This class, with all its determination 8: selt-contidence, was a class ot Epicureans who would, despite their tirm convictions on the absolute solemnity ot lite, lay them aside long enough to cjuatt the cup ot lite to the last drop. l-laving entered Georgia as the depres- sion was in tull swing, they were not overcome by its rigors. Optimism in the tace ot it all marked their conduct. It IU X f , x .201. aa 'an semi JP. S ll- 'f A , I f4"i K". V, ,L " S ur' 'S-3.3 3 ,Jil '-fy?-L Us be ik f"xqi QQSCJQ J f 1' If NEI? ADW- mow 51-Ni' X j f XM ,wsffaw Z -I 1 f ' 'I fp QW-'X ff. J, . S I QIIQQQ Q' iii J, 'J f A I. Q' V I' ilffgqlw A ffffi A YQ W X . 5g,-f W S '1f.12g.l.L" MWIILLA , - A .J . .1 A ' Limo? Glass Qffzcers 1 CXg ijf' Colranklzn Gollege and ff . Gollege of Qlgrlculture GEORGE LONGINO. . . . President EVANS DAVIS . . . Vive-Presideni RQ 'E' JACK IRVVIN . . . Seeremry-Treasurer av- Gollege of Education MATTIE KATE COLQUITT .... President in ELIZABETH RIGDON . . . Ifice-President RUTH ADAMS . . . Treasurer ' RUTH DICKSON . . Seeremry ALICE ADAMS . . . . Vidalia JUANITA ADAN1S . . . . . Hull MARY JULIA ADAMS . . Sebring, Fla. LOVICK S. ADATNIS . . Danielsville RUTH ADAMS . . . . Warm Springs 0 FREDERICK N. ALDRICH, J.: . . Brunswick JAMES W. ALEXANDER . . Jefferson CHRISTINE ALLEN . . LaFayette WILLIAM S. ANDERSON . . Marietta HAROLD S. ANlJREXN'S . . . . Plains THOMAS B. ANDREWS, JR. . Bowersville ITIENRY LESTER AIRIAL . . Maysville FRANCES ELIZABETH ARMOLR . . Rayle ELIZABETH ARNTSTRONG ..... Athens ALLAN ARNOLD . . . Lexington JANE .ARNOLD . . Savannah 4 if -..L A if 'N J g -1, iE. f N E ,hy .Jn Ax J 1. -. IF- , pg ff'7'N,,. l ff 71' Lug! .IM I I fEXl X- 1 - 4,JlA1IipwJA7II55'l'l X35 Q I . I II f I . If ITT? A A A07 ,few A , 51 w lllfili . 202 . 1' , .l- V v 44 Qi. X ,Thin -214 Qfixfil 'I L , C,b'Q!' l r, . , ,.S A 4 x 1 Lv '4 I v 'Ax '.A LQ rd I 4 ' - - I . 'l""'? f ee- A if V V 5 -L11 I I le? i I I i I we Aa WIFE' ii IJ f it wir., I . AO A 4irii,f7.hixR?j.., .C f L in f W ' ,,, S, XMI y A Xi A if 15.2.1 uniors SIDNEY R. ARNOLD . Devereux SIDNEY J. ARNOLD . . Rome CORNELIA ARVANITI . . Cordele lX"IIRIAlVl ATKINSON . Demorest MILTON S. AYCOCK . Wzitkilisvillc GLADYS BAILEY . . Norcross LUTHER E. BAKER . Athens KATHRYN BAKER . Gore SOL BALBINDER ..... Brooklyn, N. Y. ALTON FRANCIS BARNES . . . Millcdgeville MARY ELLIOTT H. BARROW . . Savannah DAVID PIERCE BELCHER, JR. . Pelham RUSSEL A. BELCHER . . Bainbridge ROBERT C. BELL ...... Shellman DOROTHY CATHERINE BENTLEY . . Augusta FRANCES WILLARD BENTON . . Jefferson HAROLD C. BERLIN . .... Passaic lVIEYER BERLINER , . Great Neck, N. Y. lxfIILTON BERMAN . . Brooklyn, N. Y. REBECCA BIGGS . . VVaverly Hall GERALD BIRCH MORE . ROBERT LEE BLACR, JR. . RIARY ALICE BLACK . . WILBUR LEWIS BLACKMA AMELIA BL.-XNCHARD . HAROLD BLUMENRRANZ N Nt-W Y . Comer Commerce Kimbrough . Atlanta Crawford Ork, N. Y. ARTHUR STOVALL BOOTII . . Athens WILLI.AhI R. BOWDOIN . . Statham CHARLES ELBERT BOWEN , . Americus LEONARD JOHN BOWEN . . Emory ROY ERNEST BOWEN . . Emory JUDDYE BOWERS . . Canon igff f-lifxi C61-R 'QRJW I -I I I x 777415 Q1-inf N ,Af-, "4 ' ll :fl ,' liusf :pw P. N Z f xr tiff lm 'W R 1 X ll 'OW M 'ii Q 423' Y I I 'Hg N ' U ' ' - ll I IME? . 203 . ffl Saga i I YW U S4 'Y A 'l Citi f Tiliiff 'J-llrTl'F'fflQ I. QN,f,H,qQf'1f Q-LLf' lf' fl 1 X I ft LTL? 'J Y 'W YI ,, RUBY JEAN BROWN . . Wnliiut Grove gc: V 'N 4 K-Zigi xii J.-by Qzgflh ily V EQ Y lr, 'WML' 'Eff I L I mit .lilaiistitfx ji LIAAKEX Xl lkxcgy WCM f-BSI" vmiors WINIFRED BOWERS . . . GEORGIA BOYKIN . BETTY BRADBERRY . LOUISE O. BRADLEY . HARRY W. BRASELTON . BUFORD F. BRIDGES . . . ALLEN CHESLEY BRITTAIN . CLAUDE UPSHAW BROACH . REBECCA BROACH .... LOUIS SAMUEL BROOKE, JR. MARY BROOKS .... MARGARET BROOKS . JACK J. BROOKS . . ASBEY OWENS BROOME . JOHN COOK BROWN . . ROBERT WEDPORD BROWN . , . Athens Halcyondale . . Athens . Athens . Braselton . Sale City . Bainbridge . Athens Walker Park . Atlanta . Lexington . Atlanta . Athens . Hephzibah . Athens . Center SAM BERNARD BROWN . . . Albany SAMUEL JAMES BROWN . . Carnesville EBTILY BRYAN . . . . Philomath MARY NELL BRYANT . . Athens WILLIE RUTH BRYSON . . Louisville WYATT N. BULLOCH . , . Danielsville OLIVER YVENDELL BURNS . . Carrollton LOIS BURTON . . Athens MARY BURTON . . . Hillsboro SARAH W. CALLAWAY . . Covington CHRISTINE CALLAWAY . . Plains BENJAMIN JESSE CAMP . . Fairburn JOHN WALKER CAMP . . Newnan PAUL GEORGE CAMP . . Whitesburg ASHLEY KNIGHT CARR . . Warrenton A S+ Rt e If ll . I GJ ws' A is Q AIX? f ,-X I J JK? XXX ---f Qfl f l xl 5 L f Q I, 5 Q lfgxii . 204 . asia fide X' ,,. 4, M 'I ff' mi r ' Lil it J H l X xi ln Will! ,xi 'fx' xl 5 Qvtiiaf ffffi f Cfrjxjuggifkl fl fhff pfHNfl7Uf!l!'liA uniors SAMUEL E CARR . . . Augusta H THOMASB LARROIL,-IR. . . . Valdosta W R CARSW ELI .... jeffersonville CJERALD MANNING CARTER . . Morganton lVIARY FRANCES CARTER . . Athens MAXINE CASW FI L ..... Americus ROBERT rlINSLEY CATRON . . Avondale Estates IRENE CHAMBERS . . . . Chatsworth LJLADYS CHEEIX . . . . Savannah A RALPH WIIIIANI CHRISTIAN . . Athens IUANITA CLARKE .... . Athens CHARLES MARvIN CLEMENTS . . Rochelle WILMA GEORGE CLEVELAND . . Atlanta ELEANOR CLOVER . . . . Athens JIIVI FRANR COBB . . Hartwell LOUISE COLLIER . Montezuma A 'A Aga.. i Azgdrlix. i L X V, -1! 1 X ' l 'f i I R, . ,gi fi ' J ,K N. .N ,I Cx! ,gt K C A J. , T. N ,f ru I., E. A If Ax L ,Is E. I N, I ' ,, fx- l' ,I Wy? Y ik VX miltgfj D 5 ' ef! Xi ' 4N,i, ,ii aff I' A ,, E llli Q if A f it 'Q CLOVIS EDGAR COLLINS . Adairsville ALFRED GLIN COLQUITT . . . Dallas MATTIE KATE COLQUITT . Thomasville HELEN LOUISE CONGER . . Pennheld DAWSON P. COOR . McDonough NEVIS EUGENE COOK . . . Waleska THOMAS MAXW'ELL CORN . Hiawassee BARBARA NELL CORNETT . . Athens LAWRENCE HENRY COSTA . . Athens MARY E. CRANE . . . . Savannah JAMES MARION CRAVVFORD . , Lincolnton NIARY CRAWFORD . . . . Concord FRANCES CRETER . . . . Macon EMMITT REESE CULBRETH . . Bainbridge RALPH BEATON DANIEL . . Winston CHARLES BERNARD DANIELS . Blakely X Aafafll 1 - - Wi lifs, l Wei! Z fl Wi I twin liii ix ll fi A Y A i i I he ftf2afW17!A X 7. V!-f' , ' F Lv FMT V l l ,N ef X ' . 205 . 'Y V I QL -.Y 1,73 Cwucgx, , , 1 XTfNeH2fLi fel WQIIF i it I r'iifE :iw ll .I ll A II +V-I-wa ,if l ii: qygkklll, 'll,x'l.i fiiliiillll ikl . H' r ' 6, LL, HI' it lliixix ROY P. DY'IiES . L. O. EASON . . J. lvl. EATON, JR. . . vw W? F S.. , al A Cochran . Hahira larhle Hill ,A 'VFP-Q. As. A QM Em I I Qi Q JJ My S,j1'Ykf.5fi K X A if iff M fi Jillltlt uniors DANIEI, DAVIS ..... EVANS RICHARD DAVIS . FRANK 'THOMAS DAVIS . SARA DAVIS . . . VIRGINIA DAVIS .... ROBERT WEYMAN DAVIDSON SARA DAXVSON .... NOAH JORDAN IJEAI, . WILLIAM B. IJEAN . . JOSEPH ROBERT DETRANO . RUTH DICKSON . . LUCY KATE DILI.ARD . RALPH WENDELL DUGGAN . ENTICE DUNN .... EMILY ELIZABETH DYAL . JAMES ROBERT DYKES . , B rooklyn, N. Y. . . . Gibson . Cumming . Athens . Blakely . Harlem . Woodstock . Stateshoro . . . Eulonia Brooklyn, N. Y. . . Wayeross . Athens . Atlanta . Columbus . Woodbine . Montezuma LEONARD W. EBERHARDT Maysville RENA CHAMBLISS EDGE . . Doerun CLARA JIM EDMONDS . . Daeula JOHN EVERETTE EDMONDS . Leary ELDRIDGE EARL EDWARDS Bainbridge A FRANCES ELLINGTON . Jefferson MARY ELLIOT . . Sargent MARY COBB ERWIN . . . Athens EFFIE MCDOUGALL EVANS . Atlanta MRS. RUTH A. EZZARD . . Dalton WM. 'TRIMBLE EZZARD . . . . Dalton FRANCES M. FERGUSON . Spartanburg, S. C. FRANR EUGENE FERRIS . . . Augusta .... - -'Y yt ff , lift yr' Lvlf f . V 4 l . J' l , A A :DA FV IV A f I , f Q I fi - J . f 0? - - 31. Hlfiil . 206 . ,W ,X -I 4 Q. 1311 7 WJ? lKlli"lQ ll fa 'Y , L QLE?fI,.1M A W fi? . .A ,kia wld X rf? WM 2' I we ,. 'V l I ,LQJ 4 A -er-- T li III . .. T -- MIIUOTS JOE LEWIS FINE .... . Atlanta NANCY CAROLINE FITZGERALD . . Blakely JAMES HILLIARD FLEMING MYNARD WILSON FORD . ....Leah Avondale Estates ELOISE FOSTER .... . . Sparta PAUL GUSTAVE FRANKLIN, JR. . . Statesboro VINCENT A. FRAZITTA . Brooklyn, N. Y. PHILIP A. FREEDMAN . . . Savannah HENRY MUCALL FREEMAN . . . Athens MARTHA VIRGINIA FRICIQ Little Rock, Ark. ROBERT LEE FRICK . . . . Braselton WILLIAM ALFORD FULLER, JR. . . Atlanta OLIN FRANILLIN FULMER, JR. . . Savannah JAMES IRVING FUTCH .... Thomasville ALEXANDER W. GALLO . . Brooklyn, N. Y. WILLIABI LATIMER GANNER . . Rockmart x ELIZABETH GARRARD . MARTHA lxfIARIE LSAY . HARRY GEROFSKX' . . QUINCY F. GILLELAND . . Washington . . . Canton T . renton, N. J. . . . Griffin LLOYD HENRY GILMORE . . Athens ALPHONSE LOUIS GIRARDIN . . . Valdosta JOSEPH B. GITTLER . . . Bronx, N. Y. GRIS JEWELL GLISSON . . . Collins MORRIS BKIARON GOODNIAN New York, N. Y. JAMYE GREEN . . . . . . Atlanta ROBERT LAMAR GREEN . . Athens DOROTHY M. GREENE . . Bluffton HAROLD LEWIS GROGAN . . Sale City CLAUDIA PEARL GROOVER . Toccoa JOHN ZELLARS GROVES . . Lincolnton EDWIN NEWTON HAILY . . Athens :HJ A A , L K C A S ,mf In Qwimm -M Q -: if' Jj Q ?Bgg.H.t,,:: S J LK QL A l--ii I .Mi JQVXIIIH 'QKQ ,Y-it xpx L4 X QSSWA Ip Z f K N i'!'..E,9i1 of I' 'lk if .QAIBA ff A Q31 XQHL j , A 49 -1- C fo, X Q 747 1, ff L my , ... QI. RJ QS J 1 H II Wa ft Q qej - J fe we-foie, ' A U e - - 51. lilriil . 207 . ,MA Vx f"C'1Kf'jg i5'lZ7l I A7 'l55lf??iP3Q? - I ff ii - 0 li I S UI' 1" ' ' IIe SEV fgiqyi ,:'E7Af,'7fI,EPfI, f YSL lwljil' A hf1'a,Qg 'D ff ll 5 lili 'llllzft ' MJ1iOTS JOHN F. HAWIQINS . . ELIZABETH A. HECKINIAN KATHLEEN HENIJERSON . GILBERT HENDRICKS . WM. BENSON HENRY . PHILLIP HERTZ . . . ALLEN P. HIGGINBOTIIAM ANNIE COHEN HIGGINS . CLINTON W. HIGIiTOXXLR . MARY LOUISE HILL . GLADYS HINSOL . . ERNEST HINSON . SARA HINSON . . KATHLEEN IIOBGOOD HARRIET HODGSON . VIVIAN HOGAN . . Cumming . Athens . Cornelia . Nletter . Augusta New York . Royston . Columbus lYIcDOnough . Columbus . Athens . Baldwin Hinsonton . Calhoun . Athens Lexington ALICE HALE ..... SARA ALLEN l'IAI,E . CLORENE HALI, . DOROTHY HALL . rl1HERESA STEPHENS HANIBY FLORENCE GLENNIS HANCOCK GRACE EMILY HANCOCK . . HENRY HARRISON HAND . IJIRAM GARDNER HANSKJN . ANDREXX' RUSSELL HARGRAVE DORIS HARDIGRlilZ . . . IRENE HARDINIAN CHARLES CALVIN HARNTAN . WOODROXV ALLEN HARRINGTON ANNETTE HARRIS .... PAUL HART . . Fitzgerald Summerville . Galcfield . Soperton . Smyrna Cartersville . Athens . Pelham . Smyrna Thom asville . Winder . Colbert . Stovall Brunswick . . Ocilla Savannah of ii QW S Wm 5 NES N ff A ll UE A Q! A, ' ,4, ,,l. ' 'ffl ,I , 1 U A If 1 li' I ,I II fiifw Lf ilf'fEi1,Y,:eI'f'j I if ,- 'J 5' 'i A II A Q. J f 'fL1,?,f I HHH L4-- fl I ff Jldfgf, li A, It J, ' A U" NIARJORIE SUE HOLDER . Jefferson EVA HOLLIDAY . . Statham lh'IELBA HOI,I.lS . . Madison BIARGUERITE HKJLST . Cuthbert NIARTHA NIOZELLE HOLT . Eatonton CHARLES LECOUNT HOOD . Waycross TOM ANGEL PIOPPER . . . Dalton CARTER HORNE . . . Atlanta JOHN HOWARD HUDSON . . Athens DONALD HUGHES . . . Bolton KI. CLYDE HUGHES . Gainesville EMILY ISBELL . . . Toccoa WM. EDWARD IVEY . . Jakin HUGH H. JACKSON . . . Athens VIRGINIA FREEMAN JACOBS . . Macon CLYDE LAWTON JARDINE . Douglas BEATRICE JARRELL . . . Round Oak WM. FRANKLIN JEFFERSON . . Albany RUBY PEARL JENKINS . . Munnerlyn EUVA JERNIGAN . . Donalsonville BILLUPS PHINIZY JOHNSON . Athens EMILY JOHNSON .... . Elberton NATHAN MONROE JOHNSON . Decatur OLLIE JOHNSON .... Head River RKIILDRED JOHNSTON . . Sasser JAMES CLINTON JOINER . . Atlanta AAUGUSTUS F. JONES . . Canton QQWENDOLYN JONES . . Macon ROBERT 'IJYRE JONES . . . Canton EMMIE LEE JORDAN . Manchester MERCER JORDAN . . . Milledgeville JAMES NIALCOMB JORDAN . . . Macon si W' F Nw V. f g: f N ,N ,I 'U riff-R L 'II fi' :W T el:L:jI,:dAX A f j Q ff -Q fiT'i-i".?5 X Riggs! III I ii '.--'- If A ,. , XX' JI-",.,L.,T'?,f---' A- H II I' S LH . A I f-II I fy I fx ft " ' AA I ff I Es ,E f QQXPAJ ,ia 1' f li H Mx 5, lllttftw EEQQJ fe tw A J I f J X V lo 'Y A If 7 I I W , ll 1. 'X -- f ' . .fn--Y 274, 44, J-- tl Zifjxywwgx lb JI og M ,I , R- -ff 4' " T V I 209 "H I it I fx , Q. l lk I. fvxs Ill' wil 4 JL fl N Q I gg -I , ,-kxl-1?v-L 4.2.1 AJEQL W2 l" ii wily' L S I JIU" I' lf V .L L figs? :E ffie f Ilf ll,N1if':2.v Q.. 'lf' if l . l. l . 'OT f' f iui .I lf mn lgl. A SC' ' .3 tx ia 'fi ,V .fr Us 5. Wig' Ii. 4 IQ allll ll A A EJ, I S A' Qi ng . Il. ,Il IL.. ezfawfl uniors LETTY PEARL KEATON ..... Canon DANIEL CLAUD KELLEY, JR. . . Lawrenceville DOROTHY ANN KELLOGG . EULA SUE KENIMER . . RUTH KENDRICIQ . . JOHN LELAND KENNEDY JAMES HOMER KEY . . EUGENE H. KILLEN . BLANCHE CLIFFORD KING SARAH KING .... GEORGE BRYAN KORNEGAY LEWIS RAYMOND LANG . FRANK MAYNE LANGFORD SARA WARD LARSEN . . CAROLYN LATIMER . . MARGARET LAVENDER , Chamblee Cleveland . . . . Pavo . . Clarkesville Columbus . Macon . Albany Covington . Atlanta Calhoun . Athens . Millen . Washington . Athens WM. BOYD LAWRENCE, JR. . . . Atlanta JOHN FRANK LEE, JR. . . Royston . KATHERINE LEWIS . . . Fairburn QEWYNNE HAROLD LITTLE . Cornelia LAURA LEE LITTLE . . Louisville f LUCY ASBURY LOFLIN . . . Savannah SARAH EMILY LOFTIS . . . Comer GEORGE F. LONGINO, JR. . . College Park WILLIAM LONGWATER . . Savannah HERBERT B. LOTT . . . Nicholls HARRIETT CELIA LOTT . . Monroe WILBUR VERNON LUCKEY . Augusta ADDISON B. LYON . . Parsons, W. Va. JEANNE ISABEL LYONS . . . . Athens WILLIAM T. MADDOX . . . Rome REID W. MANLEY . . . Madison A Fi, ,fi W5 . - 7 A. O . . 'fr 1-'X' N VS :I I, Al - ' ,I ......K V W RQZW . Q Oli? -A 22 iN I W lfikqgf eg d lf fe Al AE YQ? gg Z is A . Vip ff T , if Q If , - I ii 3 '-E U Z5 .lf-A Bl limi . 210 . 1' , I 4 5 ff ffiff I 'I X "A Jfffl fi fl ,J 'xr I fl! l l i f ,I 4 wi 4.147 J - ' ' K-WI LW C N 7 S -., , A . V' 4 L ' N A glgiil iifiil fy ll 'fi U Of ' T J -in l2,i---A irfill' lj, Ili XIX Q ff uniors LURA NIAE lx4ANNING . MARY lVIARBUT . . JOHN BYRD MARTIN . . JOHN WILLIAM MARTIN NIONTINE MARTIN . ODEI,LE MARTIN . MERLE MASSEY . ELVIE lVIAXXVELL . ETTA NIACK MAY . CAMMIE MAYNARD . . ANNE ELIZABETH NIEANS BERNARD MORRIS MEERS SALONIE LEONA MERRELL ANNE EMOLYN MILLER . LILLIAN HALE MILLER . WINIFRED lMlILLER . Alpharetta . Athens Bainbridge Wocidland . Hilton . llflize Coluinhus . Athens Montezuma . Winder . Athens . Nicholls Carrollton . Winder Maysville . Ellijay N jf I ikjl llll l .- X f I ,L ,1 , Y, .rx ' I S18 I We KX MJ fl lv A X I WILLIAM ANIJREXV MILLS . ROY PALMER MINOR . . EMMETT NIITCHELL . JOHN C. MITCHELL . LUELLE MITCHELL . . . lxfIRS. LENNIE SMITH MIXON HUGH WYNN MONTGONIERX' ll"IACK JAMES MONTGOBIERX' HANIILTON FRAZIER MOORE HAROLD HUDSON MOORE . LYNETTE lVIOORE . . . INEZ MORGAN . JAMES D. MORROW . OLIVER F. MORTON . . NORMAN HOWARD MOTT . DANIEL LEANDER MOZELY . Sandersville llflilledgeville Thomasville . . Athens . Athens . Tennille . . Rome Cedartown College Park . . Broxton . Bethlehem . Americus . Athens , Gray . . Atlanta . lfastanollee I -ff AA- , J' - ,gy Iifgzigf' giftgeist I ggi 'f il x.fi1ji,, tx . I-f wlliaxfg. If f f J J xf C-.5 J, J NY., LX Y' tr-Jax J L, M, . I , , ,f-Y. X , . f ,. M N, a O- LA , 'xi' i 'V 'xy jv 2 If - .v LI LQJIAN 31,7 if fit: Xxx'-' 'ix , X ' 1 f I I f ' gg - - 1 f f L W L, C ' Ovfijnix ef ll f 5 ,rn I , l ,rv A. I Am, I bxx-wily-fx fl l,l I M X LJ I JI I, ,fl if Ifa., ' I P V. I -A,-T., I", tllyr Y I, H Y' lt I '- ,".'i 'J L. . ' llrryf lLl-i f,l,,- Il--fyfilllll ll '7 xx funk lt X I N1 I mfr Aw- - A+ I ,i In " I. t . ,Vt II HILDA NICREE ...,.. Watkinsville HAMILTON MCWHORTER, JR. . . Lexington WILLIAM GOWAN lXfICWILLIAB1S . . Rome RICHARD BARCLAY NEFF . Ft. Ontario, N. Y. JOE B. NEIGHBORS, JR. . KATHERINE LOUISE NELMS ERNEST NUTTING . . . ROSE MARIE OELSHIG . . Macon . Athens . Atlanta . Savannah GEORGE LIGON 0'KELLY, JR. . . Winterville RUTHERFORD L. OYKELLY . ELERY WEBB OLIVER, JR. . . . Winterville College Park vt' I1 , 'NVQ I' 'ff iffy' il E- I I yi, I , Hlifiys ll'-lf dll' 1" ilrV'il ' fi AJ M Izi 2 IEII If " 'l f I Alto in X A III P gpg JA 1 ,F ,fI'l,"J,Liqx uniofrs BETTY SUE MURPHY . . . FRANCES ELIZABETH MYERS . HEI,EN MYERS ..... MARY MCCOY MYERS . LUCIAN LUGAND lVIYGATT . EMILY EUGENIA MCCALHUM . llfIARTHA MCCAY .... lVlARY RUTH MCCAY . M. GEANNE MCCOMMON . VIRGINIA NICDANIEL .... PHILIP CAMPBELL MCDUFFIE, JR. lX'IYRTICE llflCGARRAH . . . LUCIUS ELIJAH lVlCGEE . JAMES MILLARD lVlCGILL . . lVIYRTICE LEE lVlCGO0GAN . . St. SARA IDA MCKOY. . . . . Athens . Doerun . Albany . Athens . Athens . Decatur . Athens . Athens . Athens . Albany . Atlanta . Athens . Moultrie . Tilton Pauls, N. C. Douglasville JOHN H. OPPER . . . Savannah JOHN A. OXFORD . . Dawson FRANCES PARADY . . . Cuthbert - HUGH HEARN PARK . Milledgeville LUCILLE PARKER . , . Baxley 1L1l,L,1.14, Q- ,X ,. ,K WTWWP A nj UN Mqqmuq dn .E If' K, Zig wif, 'fll ff U iisglizbb il X fllgl., wllkfl-rink'--i:Q9L.1j 1 TFT Q A ef a,iI,, ,ik ,J W3 5 .8Q1IIBfnir A ff lx NX ix 17 lv !7lf! If 5 l X fl if ,L ,WT-EF of I-I l- l. lllfxl . 212 . Y ...A 'f, :- . - "-A f " I' fi I f' if lf 'H 'J B- J T A I Iujf 1, fy l J fl ff. all - if l it llfzil . li :XMI yi! iilyfililif 'iii ' , I I 4 -' IX ll YK! J" .. , . f M , N- X X . Y Inf' . gf if ff! ,E,.,.l. L ,...D,,-E4-.z ME. .L,.-L,',L MARY PARKER . . Edison J. F. PARKS . . . LaGrange GEORGE C,'NliAL PARR . . Athens RICHARD H. PATAT . . Athens CHARLES S. PATTON . Savannah NIARION PAYNE . Maysville NIARY EVANS PEAVY . . Byron DIXIE PENTECOST . . Winder WILl.ARIJ T. PENNINOTON . Matthews SARAH M. PERRYMAN . . Athens JAMES BYRD PERT . . Quitman CARTER C. PETERSON . . Ailey LOIS PETTIT . . . Cedartown ROBERT LEROY PHARR . . Decatur WILLIAM A. PHILLIPS . . Athens CATHERINE PIERCE . . Atlanta LUDWELL C. PIERCE . . Vicksburg, Miss. FLORENCE POXVELL . . . . . Grillin ALEX lh'IORRIS PULLIAM . . . Winterville BASCOM OSBORNE QUILLIAN, JR. . . Douglas DOROTHY" RAINEY . . Atlanta HELEN RATCLIEFE . . . . Brunswick LILLIAN LOUISE RATCLIFFE . Brunswick WILLIAM MARION REEDER . . Atlanta LAURA JOSEPHINE REID . . Cuthbert ROBERT EMMETT REYNOLDS . . Atlanta JOEL JUDSON RICE .... . Hartwell JAMES MILTON RICHARDSON, JR. . lVIacon ELIZABETH RIGDON . Jefferson ELIZABETH ROBERTS . . Cedartown AUBIE RIVERS ROBERTSON . . Athens ALBERT A. ROBY, JR. . Quitman -Quia ai I K N R. , Y.. age r 1 . . V1 ,V I V!!! -li-1 4.1 I.,'v? -i L , .JY-j 5 A,"w i uri Lf .f .,,f,V, ff J Z TX XXX -QM U I-I , ,y?+qfJWW ,fag 1 .JJ , I 4 gg I I J ff I , f --gg . -1 - .-.A 1 ,I if I I pf , A ff I I . I f x . .,. X f C W XJ amfsgfu: l ll ix? J .Q13. I lip. 'YN .Vrif I. ,I-X , . ,I f-1 I--4 Y R 1, , II ,AN '-.A f ' f 4 ',r ." T E . . "7 HX ,XT-V+ fQl 1 'l lid I f" . pn f ' R. n J ' J I lj lf' 'O I I lliygxiy-IK 1 Jxl' Q yi 'QV Y I JL 1 'I X I AI N fL.cfj ---,if .1 lx Q A - - ,- 'Q 'rf , 'K x A CLIFF C. SHEFFIELD, JR. . . . . Atlanta ISAIAH SHEIN .... . Bronx, N. Y. SARAH SHIPP . ELMA SHUMAN . Americus . Greenville, S. C. ilxi fp I me I. I V -1-I XB f J U I L 1 Nil' lx O . il ' l" i ' 'N I, IEIVXX 'lily' H ,V gin, , 1, N If Sri iff? J 1 X 1 X E31 M2 if T7 lfxq A I ll 'DLTIIOTS REUBEN LUCRIE ROCRWELL . . Augusta DOROTHY ROGERS . . . . Ashburn SAMUEL JACKSON ROGERS . . . Athens lXfIRS. F. ROCKS . . . Louisville HIERBERT J. ROSENBERG, JR. . . Atlanta JOSEPH A. ROSSITER, JR. . . Savannah RUBY RUMSEY . . , . Athens lVI. D. RUSSELL, JR. . . Cedartown MRS. RUBY RYAN . . . . Claxton NORMAN ERNEST SANDS . . West Point ALBERT B. SAYE . . . Rutledge JAMES W. SCOGGINS . . Athens EDWIN ANDREWS SCOTT . . Milledgeville NINA SCUDDER . . . . . Athens ELIZABETH SETTLE . . Lawrenceville lVIARGARET SEYMOUR . . . Elberton ELIZABETH SHEPHARD Maysville HENRY R. SLATON, JR. . Jackson MARG.ARET SLATON . Washington FRED EMORY SMITH . Monticello ETHEL SMITH . Elberton HALLIE SMITH . . . New Holland HESTER ANN SMITH . . . Athens JULIUS BELL SMITH . Augusta JOHN CLARENCE SMITH . Sasser LAURA ISABEL SMITH . Athens MARGARET SMITH . . Unadilla MARION L. SMITH . . Concord .. A' ii Txfifx, Q' .KVJ ,Ip m L ,Iv-'-'ir Q gf QQSJEJA ,QJMW fi: ff' 0 E735 5 fl Z f HN :If EJB I RAI A . fl J . ef f f W 5 fl Iieifi - Xl MSO MQW. .Riva fi ff l .1 -Ll .214. RL 47 I ' l U 'gli Q fl ll!l F" l' N QIQW Q J. gllffgiirgl iw' S fl LJ fff it I I f uniors SARA SOUTHER .... LEON SOUTHERLAND, JR. . LOYCE CELESTIA SPEALMAN . . MARGARET SPENCER . . VIRGINIA STAFFREGEM . ERNA STILL . . . FRANCES STOREY . SAM ROBERT STOREY . . Gray Athens Hoschton Savannah . Rome Lithonia . Athens Appling J. CARL STRONG . . . . Newnan LILLIE MAE STURDIVANT . . Girard WILLIE MAE STURDIVANT . . Girard JOHN RAY SUDDERTH . . . Chamblee PINRNEY MONROE SULLIVAN . . . Zebulon WILLIAM W. SULLIVAN . . Cleveland, Tenn. MARGARET SVVANN . . . . Atlanta CLIFFORD J. SWIFT . . Columbus ,A gl fl? - 'ilf,'T,x'.A 95 YA f i KV ll N ' 9 X N 'N .I NIJ' ' A , 1 , r in 5 ' 3 ix 44 ', I i J Jn ff-,,?'?l:Tlf2 115 L 1 L3 1 1 f I "-'Pm EDNA SISAYLOR . . Dexter MANIIE TAYLOR . . . Whigham WILLIAM H. TAYLOR . Athens ' T. RANDOLPH THIGPEN . . Macon FRED WESLEY THOMAS . . . . Jasper BRANAN GREENE THOMPSON . . Good Hope ELIZABETH THOMPSON . . . Savannah JOEL MCMULLAN THORNTON . . Dewyrose MARION THORPE . . . Macon JOSEPH MARION TOWNS . . . Conyers ELIAS CARTER TOWNSEND . . Cartersville NIYRTLE TRICE . . . . Thomaston A NAN SHIELDS TROWBRIDGE . . Augusta ' GRACE THURMOND . . . . Statham I FRANCES TURNER . . . Fitzgerald i MARY DELIA UPCHURCH . . Athens L. H... S G, .,.,L ,,, ,....... .J ..... L., LA., .... -,iz C33 iflx 5 A 's l Fd! 4,4f.1": l T IM 1221+ fgff Xie 30,75 ff fly I rf-mv it Halal LLL. A. .ADW it I VIL L44 Q lr xx Q' ,Q L" fx! I , -Il j-'mrjf' ff ff-2 L, X' Q9 ffm ,fx ,L ee , Ne I R X ,WI fe Vai-1' ffI,+4lf1L Q xl, I, I, I ff lo ly I X I ff f 4,9 '-ill :lf5f ---'. '-- 'L L , , N X L6. K 1 X l ,E f LR ' fef1lwesQ'- . 'llllix MLN ei , , . J' , I f . I I .215. 'x Y 'fi . NYS 'ri -4 '. , qv txt? I I fl 'K XJ Timm-Lfkg, l ilallfllip, llllhiro I C I I its 279 Inf If Yr Aw I HIM OA, I + I I ' fa I J I I It E I I lil BID K I ff lim 1 ' 1' I A' L fi' I i at ' 'V' LX "Jil illll' uf- ,ffff 'if' R ,ir ,Y L IH'-Z 'J' ft l k'A,- L, A R I 'mill' .Ji V3 ,lil E4-fix f. 1512, 'A,',yL2ywA ALBERT ROBERT WHITTLE . . Augusta J ELIZABETH WIEHRS . . . Savannah OSCAR BARKLEY WIKE . . Atlanta CARLOS BROXVN WILDER . . Athens JANE WILKINS .... . Athens KATHERINE M. WILLIAMS . . Monroe SCOTT ROGERS WILLIAMS . . . Athens W.ACHTEL B. WILLIAMS, JR. . . Byron HELEN WILLIS . . MARCELINE TROUTMAN WILSON . . Athens SARAH WALKER WISE NATHAN WOLFE FRANCES WOOD . HOOK F. WOOD . PATSY WOODROOF . SAMUEL ZURIK . A uniors HAL B. WANSLEY ..... OLLIE FRANK WARE . . Fran I CHARLES JACQUES WARNER . MARTHA WARREN . . . . CATHERINE WATERS . . . ROBERT DURRENCE WEBB . JEAN MOORE WEST .... KENLOCK FAULKNER WESTBERRX' . SARA WHEELER ...... JULIUS BRADLEY WHELCHEL . HAROLD DOUGLAS WHITE . JAMES DONALD WHITE . . WENDELL HOLMES WHITMIRE . . . . . . Columbus . . Americus . Atlanta . Logansville . Cave Spring . . Newman . New York City HOW'ARD BARTOW WALKER . . . WILLIAM ALPHONZO WAGNER . . Newbern Converse Carnesville klin Springs . . Rome Dewyrose Alpharetta . Summit . BTI acon . Augusta . lVI ayfield . Jefferson . Calhoun . Calhoun J. RUDOLPH WHITMAN . . . Thomasville . Talmo li J' E 5' ,Lf CI ,AQ V, ,J ,L .-tYW'W"'U5 fi yy VB QQQWJQ fl :fi 4153 in S I - -. Bl so I ' 62 X257 A ll ' Ax 'li J M WQHMEQJ W , x S ,7 A L, I Q f -' rf fi? Y Mm pfagqiefi - Bl w, ig . 216 . V, .x-...- 'A . ,fi . 1. -' Fm, L , ft! ,j.3vcIl,3wLI Tl W' gli -4Ji,'V . , , I , .5 Q 'C flfsfif Dfgmw, JJ l ', A-Il I .Y Tw, J 7-ijffw l ,, Q, 'X , '. , "6 . f 1,5 4 K::I:1fgLi,,5j F ' A' - l .Ml Il' I f.,g ,Af A 1 , ,.Q,f"-3 qirst and Second ear Law CLASS OFFICERS SECOND YEAR CLASS ERNEST M. SMITH, McDonough . I'f-esifient CLEBURNE E. GREGORY, JR., Decatur ...... fire-1'resi1lw1t HENRY STEWART, Cedartown . . . Serrftury lVlARGARET l'l0RTSON,,l: Athens . . Treasurer- BERNARD WII.LIAM FRANKLIN, Augusta . . Honor Court Repre.Ientati'zIe JOSEPH HENRY THOMAS, Jesup . . . Honor Court Represeututifve XNO picture. FIRST YEAR CLASS DEAN F. YOW, Athens ..... President GLENN W. ELLARD, Cornelia . Vice-Pnfsizlerlt LEWIS R. MORGAN, LaGrange . . Treasurer WADE V. MALLARD, Augusta . . Secretary PAUL LINDSAY, Atlanta . . Ifozzor Court Repzvserztatitw JULIAN GORTATOWSKY, Albany . . Holzor Court Repwsezztatizie HARRY S. AIKEN . . . Statesboro FRED AGNEW' BIRCHMORE . . Athens JASON OlNEAL CHANDLER . Carnesville SCHUYLER W. CLARK . . Roekmart EDWARD L. CODY . . . Atlanta THEODORE EARL DAY . Gainesville JAMES EDWARD EVITT . . Ringgold NEAL MARK FRANKLIN . . Augusta WARNER B. GIBBS . . . . Jesup JOHN LITTLETON GLOVER . . Newnan WOODROW W. GREENE . . . Atlanta HENRY MAYHEW HENDERSON . Atlanta HAROLD ALLEN HUNTER . . Athens . CHARLES R. JENKINS . . LaGrange S AAT7,--fflf.fi 651 :QE f fi I I X va' GJ QIQETI .,. ff' Sli-'j.1,jm'1'i I fSfefeih'l f f N I GJ EI A5 A Q ff Y l 4 xi iw A f I XJR f 0 K,-ff X gy N K5 -,S H-jFgg 'E'e"' l ' U F ' ' 1 H L lxfefw Cf? . 5".1D '3'N,5fNLl 4Nf JMX f ' I 5331 my if., I W S A H " ' ' ' JT ki' CXCIMLVI 'gilt' O! fffklfgkixik fQEf5'Lii!:jlb':iSfl xx . A F J J 4 Aj, tiff? , JJ A . , A J f , , fe - flflkg Y ,l lf, my Y I JOE EVERETTE STEWART . FRANK lNIEADOR SWIFT . . JOE KENINIER TELFORD . . WILLIAM llfIORGAN THOMAS BURTON LAMAR TQILLINIAN . Clarkesville . . Atlanta . Cleveland . . Montezuma . . Valdosta JOHN D. TODD, JR. . . . Greenville, S. C. ROBERT lVIOODY TWITTY . . Darlington, S. C. VINCENT M. VESELEY . Silver City, N. Mex. OSGOOD O. WILLIAMS . . GROVER C. WILLIS, JR. . . VVILLIAM EDWARD WOOTEN GRIOSBY HART WOTTEN . . CAM U. YYOUNG, -JR. . Crawfordville . Columbus . Shellman . Athens . Valdosta Cgirstw and Second year Law INSLEE M. JOHNSON . . ARTHUR L. KELLY . CARL LEVY ..... ROBERT CHAPEL lYIATHEVS'S H UNT CHIPLEY MAXWELL FRANK RADFORD BIITCH ELL VIRLYN B. MOORE, JR. . WILLIAM O. MCBRAYER . JOHN WILLIS MCDONALD DORRIS NOWELL .... ROBERT BENTON ODOM, JR. RICHARD E. PAULSON . . OSCAR WILLIAM ROBERTS MAURICE STEINBERG . . . Alma . Atlanta . . Atlanta . . Athens . . Columbus .JR. . . Atlanta . . . Bolton . Warrenton . Fitzgerald . Augusta . .Newton . Ames, Iowa . Carrollton . Augusta ,ASGYC I 'A' . -.... S f3f'l'QJf.,,',.xTIg gif, if :fs 9 C4 J . X 4d bI:Q.XfeJ ll V 'Qing gi ff xl xi S 1 5 A It liz I f xl X ,I J f' -11 ,. I .218. V TRACK Ill-l tive lettermen returning tor the I933 edition ot the Georgia varsity track squad Coach Weems Baskin in Spring began trying to fill the gaps lett open through graduation l-le experimented with his thirty odd candidates who have been reporting to him daily since the initial call tor prac- tice issued immediately atter Christmas holidays. Members up from last year's freshman squad were expected to ollter the main assistance to returning monogram wearers: Captain Mac Crenshaw, high hurdles 84 discus: Graham Bachellor, weights: Bill David, pole vault 84 high jump, Bob Williams 440-yard dash: Billy Maddox, low hurdles. Candidates were put throughditlerent track gl tield events by the coaches in order that the best cindermen might be tound to fill the vacancies. For the first tew weeks time ot each trackster out tor the sprints was clocked by the coaches in an ettort to tind sprint men tor the IOO-yard dash, largest opening, made through graduation ot I932's Captain Ralph Owens. The I932 track squad was the tirst Georgia cinder team sent torth by Coach Baskin who came to the Uni- ' x xi' lx .J versity in I93 I as track men- tor, assistant tootball coach. ,zgmqlimu Since the l932 squad won second place in the A. A. U. meet, 8: all save tour ot last year's lettermen returned this year, the Bull dogs were doped to come out on top ot the Sf annual Southeastern tourney. 5-.!,,.,,,,f RE , . J? 'fill-it mf. if , if will few ss 1 " cr , W lx, , ,rcs Xt-'NK l in V H 4 XY? N, , ,l4L, Q- lx jf T i i w U is r e ,fs-. fd Ulf. ri il f , 1 Vp, Jiri weft ,fl-lrfj"' 'ffl T27 it T .5 7 j J :5G1?lfr6li ' X j j f T14 -.r.f,i'pfg,M jg --H ffff X 'k-fg,5. ,fr T W' '3 is also the heavyweight bowing champion at , t , X ,. ' ic s, M af 'AX' f 'QQ' m'5f'?3e?5 1 at - A fi is f s f ' .fe sy . N N. sg, Xxx M gpg, My Y. , x, ,S ,iw 9. ss .y-,gfix -3.9.3, sm ...c ei A -r .aa .1 .1 s sy. ffm ss mane ,-if . f'Xss'r ' x 1 i Co.xcH BAsK1N Track Graham Batchelor, candidate last year for the United States Olympic team, was chief weight man for the Georgians, added numerous scores to the Bulldogs' records against the best track com- petition which the South could offer in intercol- legiate circles. The huge Texan, rated as pos- sibly the greatest javelin thrower in the South 9 Georgia, is a one-man track team, being expert, besides his javelin work, at putting the shot, throwing the discus, broad jumping. Captain lvlac Crenshaw lead the list of hur- dlers on the team. Other hurdlers were Billy llfladdox Sz Clayton Bowers. Buck Chapman Sl Bill Abercrombie also were sent over the hurdles by Coach Baskin in an ellort to add two more to the list. In this event, which calls for much skill and timing, Crenshaw Sl Bowers were principal high hurdlers, while Nladdox was the sole low hurdler returning to the line-up. Howard Baker was llladdoxls running mate in this event but failed to return for the 1933 season. Bill David starred in the high jumps, was counted upon to place first in nearly every meet due to his line records during the 1932 season. ln the Chapel Hill meet of last year David jumped five feet ll5g inches to better the old record by one-half inch. At the same meet where Captain Ralph Owens set a new broad jump record of 23 feet 7j.G inches. CAPTAIN CRENsH.xw B.xTcH12LoR Other high jumpers counted upon to help add up the Georgians' score were Fred Schuster, Joe Towns and Abercrombie. Through the loss of lvlarion Dickens the Geor- gia squad was weak in the poll vault events at the first of the season. However, the veteran David was back 8: Billy Wilkes' work in this event helped to strengthen the team. Wilkes was also groomed by Coach Baskin along with Sam Brown to fill the shoes of Owens. Both fast, they were doped to improve as the season progressed. Besides participating in the 100 86 the pole vault, Wilkes is another one-man Maunox T. DAVID i-.cl..i-a.. ij wtgwvl ,g , W My K, 453 fi Af, ., V .X irish-ling N yy, I 1 lf U ijij?'fDj- i'iigfL'L'iTTfr' Q T1 se Pl r f W f W .a g.liirYfeef.es.-A-lsefftfa aa sl U ll V ,f il il xy ,rr .th 2 I 2 'f jg ff ' T Mfr B - 31. w M L .220. , wiv, ' ,-"1'!'.N fi ww- . i if 9-' ff 1 if,-I fi .K 1 !f f I l f 1 N - - , 'Y - 1 X I B , 'H I I fa D: - i V ' in X, .,! ...X X4 f. - J, 1 1 ' if ' Q ' ' A i 1 tr' ' Ea ' lx qlkfiyl, E i'i?'?fVxl'1l 151 ffl ' if 4--,lr ,t . , . .. A . ffl If, i -l-..-iii , , V, i A l , -r xt., ,.. 1 ' i . ' ' . i f it 1 fl 1 ' '12 97133 lfilf li l iff! ll 3 ' 'E-1 yli 5' N 1, 3 X 9 lf J f M . 'J f 4 r 2 lv f I 5 ly A fi . , , , 1 x 1 ' ii 9 . . . ,F W-.xr M han Aili I i , f I Q5 team, clocking his best time in a third event- 220-yard dash. All other 220-yard runners were lost through graduation except Joel Rice, a de- pendable performer, scheduled to run with VVillces. Last year was Bob lVilliams' first season of participation in intercollegiate track matches for he had been performing as one of the best play- ers in Coach E. W. Godbold's lacrosse squad. However, this inexperience did not prevent his beating VViel of North Carolina, holder of the -HO-yard dash record, in the Chapel Hill meet. His best time in 1932 was 52 seconds but his running at the beginning of the 1933 season was warning to opponents that he is capable of sur- passing even this excellent time. Tom David, VV1LI4Es VV. Davin lylac Jordan, Schuster were other veterans re- turning with Williams. Both showed improved form. The other 4-I-O man was a sophomore, Wesley Calhoun, one of the best runners on last year's yearling squad, 81 a runner doped to give some of the varsity men a hard fight for their positions. The 880-yard run was another event to suffer the loss of all its varsity cindermen save one. Mac Jordan was the only veteran tracltster to return for the 880. bflarion Harwell and Emory Pattillo were slated to run with Jordan in this event. Harwell was ineligible last year but clocked good time in the trial runs on the Uni- H.xNsoN H .xii XVICLI. bers of the 1932 freshman squad scheduled to give the varsity runners a stiff battle for their positions. Carl Bernhardt, captain of the 1932 cross- country team, was the best performer in the mile, but was taken from the 1933 squad through graduation, Donald Hughes S Everett Edmonds, his running mates, were the two tracksters re- porting for their position this Year who had ex- perience in running the mile against intercol- legiate competition. John llledlock was the best mile performer on the 1932 freshman squad and was doped to see much service for the Red SL Black this year. He was also being depended on to help fill the gap left open in the two-mile ranks by the loss of .lim Young Sc John Arren- versity track. Pattillo was another of the mem- EDMUNDS XV1L1,1AMs A fi E -i X f fifty , . , -H' gif l X N 7 ffl ' ' bl. an l lf'glj 221 . Q fx A X ,Zip 112 NWT TJ X... l C gb F -' f f ' 's Ti Q 1 X 1 '1 . , gli 1, E15 1 N " 2 5 if, '3Lf,",l1- Qi Q Q A ,541 . - SQ I r L' X X 1 gtg 1 4 Q 1? X a Mfg ng, Nfl Bmw Ni fr, , X, f i,-fi, W f p y 4 Q1 ,Y N 0 ,gf , 1 , f wi sake g LLL-wr ll fdu .2 vt is lm -flu . il. was the only returning letterman who came out for this event. The 1932 track team, besides scoring 31 points in the A. A. U. meet to win second place, finished the season with only one loss marked against it. The strong Auburn team was the only bunch of cindermen to hand the Bulldogs a defeat in the five scheduled matches. The 1932 results follow: Georgia . . 105-Clemson . . . Georgia . . 90-Presbyterian College Georgia . . 49-Auburn . . . Georgia . . 81-Tech . . . Georgia . . 84-Vanderbilt . . Five track meets, three of which were held in BROWN HENDRICKS dale, tireless runner. Two other sophomores, Asa Bennett Sz Hugh Gilreath, were slated to compete with Medlock in this event. Both were members of the 1932 yearling team. In the weights, the sophomores to perform with Bachelor were John West Sl Buck Chap- man. Both were members of the varsity football squad, possessed enough brawn to make them ex- cellent field athletes when the rough spots in their technique were rubbed out under the watch- ful eye of Coach Baskin. Captain Crenshaw also was to compete in the field events besides running l , the hurdles. The broad jump was left open when Owens H- V left, 81 at the opening of the season, Batchelor GILREATH JORDAN Athens, were scheduled for the 1933 season of track squad. The first and last Conference track meet was held in on May 19 and 20. The first meet Clemson Tigers. The season closed with the Conference meet in Birmingham. the Georgia Southeastern Birmingham A was with the The 1933 schedule follows: April 1-Clemson College at Clemson. April 8-Presbyterian College in Athens. April 15-Furman College in Athens. April 22-Auburn in Athens. May 6-Georgia Tech in Atlanta. May 19-20-Southeastern Conference tourney in Birmingham. MEDLOCK BOWERS ...rw W afffrfeew mit WCB fm-15 N5 11551-H ,Y Q gg Fy ,pr 71755, ui 5 ff. 'TALL' x , 'L 16, e Gt, , , alia?-ffe, at A 222 A NXXCDMEIXVS ATHLETICS 'f W- .- , .1 , s .-34. - 1 CTIVE in vary- ., X V ,ff at I fp-,--NJ! their memberships on the win- gngdegreesthrough- I W f ning ot a specitied number ot out the year, Geor- 'K it A. A-if .,,xZ,i "points" by engaging in a speci- gia Sportswomen XM , 1ff?'fli'llf f X tied number ot athletic events. reach the peak of if' 4 c.f- Unsettled remained the question theiractivityin early I, ot women's athletics tor '33-'34 Spring When Dance as reorganisation toward the lat- Recjtals 3, Ban- my " gglg A ,ity ter part ot. 32- 33 made old G. qugfgculminatg A INTO CO-OYCTIHGTC the Season, 'ii , f""' 4 -gW- 2 college tor Freshman 8: Sopho- Reorganization g F more women. Both .Associa- was as yet in- f R ' tions prepared to continue their Ccmplete in . v g"',h X 1 ' separate existences, apparently fl-,ig Held as ' 5 waited tor outside pressure to V I ' ettect any change. if -2 . a- -if 'ff K -t ' 3'-1 'l .- f , 1 2 T' -is T - f at the athletic year - fri ,N .ii iyt closed. Two sepa- iw .- fate Athletic ASSO- 1"E'D'lm'l 'lk X V' or ciations handled two ditferent series ot ' A women's sports events on two ditterent cam- PUSCS- ' . . . . f The Woman s Athletic Association ot Frank- -.,r of lin College 84 the College ot Agriculture inte- is 1-" . ,r3. grg lgagigg 'f,p iir . x '?51?'TUi1 - grated these two adjoining campuses, carried on a single sports program tor both these cam- puses. Not so integrated were sports at the College ot Education, old Cv. S. T. C. There, a separate Woman's Athletic Association carried on an independent program ot its own. Following one atter the other, these two As- sociations have separate series ot pages in I933 PANDORA. Both, however, are in- cluded in this section. Both Associations do good worlc. Both base .223. Y v' C, ,A T A A':-'P,iif,- i 'L' rf f. -f, ,if ' , " 1' 6 ugfx l I 77 xx 'wx ef,4Q1.3T .xi fl Wi al: ,xl ilc:QgNif'i!NH f K '1,,. Af, J J , ig, fi , l'w'fl,.,' g'!iQAvifJYf Lei, E fl-Ui. - A '!lwifQIN TF1'f,gc3f'-Zjf3aX lil' ill 7 if R il, f 'il TQ , A ., , W ' K A, l .fffj i."lo' f MPT. 5 T ,',jii,- lla. g c, 'f- Y f ly, ,Nt ixlijffy, if gmc ""' , iii if ' All1Xg'iA JAX ,W Telomenfs Qlthletic Qlssociation qranklin Gollege and Gollege of Qlgriculture OFFICERS HULOAH CAIL . . Mimi BARROW . NIARY lVIARBUT . DORA PERRERSON . RUTH ARRENlD.AI.E . . . . . Pl'l'Sil1l7l1f . I"ire-Presidezzt . Secretary . . . . . Treasurer Cjllllifllldll of fwenzbersllip Liddy Kim' lllglljilllllfj. MANAGERS OF SPORTS X VIRGINIAA FRrc1q . . LUCY LOFLIN . NIQLL JOHNSON . . MAE Domzs Kmcixnm . LILLIAN FoRnEs . . JEANNE MCCOMMON Ki-XTHERINE l-ln:H'roivi:R JosEPH1Ni-3 BOND . . DOROTHY IQELLUGG . MIRIAM ATkINsoN . MARX' M.'XRl2I'T . . HULDAH Cui. . . . . . . . . Hz7L'frL'j' . Basfreflullf . S'ZUillIIllI-Hg . Baseball . . . . THIM' . . . . Tvzzuix . , llorsebarls Kfdiizg . . . .il't'1lf'I'j' . . . . . Rifiwy . . . . . . Hiking . 1Jft'SldCllI' Ilthlfflill Club . Cilllliflllllll Duzzre Club The VVomen's Athletic Association is one of the most active co-cd organizations at Franklin College and the College of Agriculture. Membership in the association is attained by earning ICO points toward a "G". Making a class team in Hockey, Basketball, Swimming, Baseball or Track gives a credit of IOO points and thus automatically makes the girl a mem- her of thc VVomen's Athletic Association. Girls making Iooo points during their college career are awarded the "G" at the annual hanquet. At the IQ-22 banquet Helen Cochran, Ruth Norris, Dorothy Davis, Meredith Pittard, Rose Sanders, Mary Delia Upchurch, Dora Perkerson and Mary Marhut received letters. lluldufz Cail docs u CIIUIICC. The VVomen's Athletic Association of Franklin College and the College of Agriculture is a member of the Georgia Athletic Association for College VVomen, and the Athletic Conference for American College VVomen. Huldah Cail and Frances Ferguson represented the Association at the meeting or the Georgia organization at Shorter College. Mimi Bar- row represented the organization at the meeting of the national Conference in Austin, Texas. za-free, wr ,ga . Q A 4 do y, . V 'Ty' ili' " -1,51 ' 5 A ff --5 iiil ii . X N if ik, cn I A F i " .. ,-,Raw . 5 if f in , c LTPPER RIGHT T0 LOWER RIGHT: Jeanne McConinion, Dorothy Kellogg, Miriam Atkinson, Lucy Loflin, Mary Marbut, Nell johnson, Kathryn Hightower, Virginia Frick, Mae Dobbs Kincaid, Mimi Barrow, Huldah Cail. l sl, ,,,,,, f ffl rf' Sl NWN ...fn- -ilvjgc Nytsl -QA -,Q KST f Dfw f . ,, it A fa,x lqxkvfl . , , fig te f 5 A fi ll w, iilmn 224 . C -' l . T' v . f if i . ' u '-, zu .A 1' T 1 , , fa.. . , ,i -- 'Ai ' Ai N L, , 1, n ' i A , LV 1 ll ' ' I 1 ' ' I . , i u ' ii ,, el ag ' .- 4.1-. .Jr , ,. 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Inter-class, inter-dormitory and inter-sorority The managers of the different sports assist in competitions give every girl an opportunity to par- conducting the competitions in their sports. Bas- ticipate in some kind of Athletic contest. lfre- lcethall and Hockey probably create most interest quently 25? to 30? of the co-eds of Franklin Col- and attract more competitors for the various teams. lege and the College of Agriculture are engaged in a single tournament. wie i 'iisgfiu ' . -"QA, fl' w3'?f?:fe9f-l'Q-- ,fi f . A ya.-ef, ri 1.-+ f yi --1' C Clif Omega .S-'IUI'l1llIIllIg Yifdlll-llvllllIUl' I1llCl'll0l'llIl- tory-l11fcr,co1'orify Siuzffziizzfzg .llvvh Frc'slz111a1i Bcrslrefleall Term:-Lee lvliitenian, Captain. TOURNAMENT WINNERS T Michael Cup Tennis Tournament, '32, Soule Hall QMiriam Atkinson, Helen HasseD. Inter-dormitory-sorority Swimming Meet-Soule I Hall. Inter-class Swimming Meet, ,32, Class of '35 CFreshmenD. Inter-class Baseball, ,32, Class of 733 Cjuniorsl. Inter-class Tennis Tournament, '32, Class of '34 CSopbomoresD. Inter-class Basket-ball, '33, Class of '35 CSopbo- . moresl. Inter-class Swimming, '33, Class of '35 CSopbo- A .Y moresl. Inter-dormitory-sorority Basketball, Soule Hall. Inter-dormrtory-sorority Swimming Meet, Chi Soule Hall Basketball Team-lVi11ne1' Iizferdormi- OIUCSHS- tory-Intcrsorority Basketball Tournanzent. T '.., J' 'CTT -I A , ,. A ry CD fwfqmn xi: :sf ,pw :iff f ..'- 29 .jf ' "'V V J Um T X 9 I lil f. 'A is-dl 'i'TN'- .. J N 'wil lJ"J' P li N 5 f lx . wp U I lf wi all A T iieeiifwiaa la ., .- 1 In ,V -L wx, X 1 X gf f-,Iv -ff N g Ui lfwigali ll ' C do , ,. , 3 .X-, . 225 . lggl 'TX 4 Z: 5 , , P I I K ,fr 1 lx ,I W, I I fx , - - all ill, 'I , I I -Lili I La All ff: fe vff,l1'zi.:tl ii" 'lxilfwc 'QP , - I be , J 3 ,,.gfeff7igl2,f-I fl, T f if ff' ,4,.Ig.,,l,l,lI WQL N m'fiigg:3 L Jggf' ' " I' ig f' I 5' I- f ' , l 4' I "F Ygi,"",.,' ,I '. :ll ,JJ 'HL ' 'F T A-2 -. ,l lf ZMIHI laik? lf l, gs , ff. l, lu ,ill J 'vb X3 -f4lgQ12'.tilFfy,4-Qvlfi fltiomerfs Q5-Zlthletic Qlssociation qfrcmklin Gollege and College of Cfllgricultwre Dance Club and Dolphin Club Besides the usual activities of the W0man's Athletic Association, two clubs sponsor particular phases of the work. The dance comes under the special auspices of the Dance Club, organization for Junior and Senior Women interested in the dance. As a cul- mination of the achievements of the year a Spring Dance Recital is given at which Natural, Tap and Folk dances of varying types are displayed. Under the leadership of President Huldah Cail, the Dance Club's Recital this year was composed 5 , I l Eff' of original numbers by members of the club, built around the Dance of Life, theme of the recital. Swimming receives the special attention of the Dolphin Club, an honorary organization open only to girls in the University who have passed their Senior Red Cross Life Saving Test. The Dolphins put on all swimming meets, sponsor an annual water pageant and hold a marathon swimming con- test. Evelyn Epps was the winner of the marathon this year. Social Activities FIRST QUARTER Supper Hike for New Girls Posture Week Fashion Show Tea SECOND QUARTER Dolphin Club Pageant W. A. A. Banquet THIRD QUARTER Swimming Exhibition Tea Dance Dance Recital High School Play Day LEFT TO RIGHT-Betty Bradhnrry, Mary Marbnt, Ieanne McConnnon, Hultlah Cail CPres.J, Virginia Friclc, Frances Ferguson, Mimi Barrow, Elizabeth Stovall, Frances Fowler. DANCE CLUB H ULDAH CAIL, President MIMI BARROW BETTY BRADBURRY FRANCES FERGUSON FRANCES FOWLER VIRGINIA FRICK IVIARY MARBUT -IEANNE McCoIvIMoN ELIZABETH STovAI,L LEFT TO RIGHT-Millll Barrow, Jeanne MCCOIIIHHOII, Frances Fowler, Inez Morgan, Martha Carter Storey, Sara Martin, Caro DuBignon, Josephine Bond, Nell Wood, Lillian Forbes, Virginia Frick, Frances Fergu- son, Mary Marbut CPres.J. DOLPHIN CLUB MARY MARBUT, President MIMI BARROW VIRGINIA FRICK IOSEPHINE BOND SARA MARTIN CARO DUBIGNON FRANCES FERGUSON LILLIAN FORBES FRANCES FOWLER INEZ MORGAN JEANNE MGCOMMON MARTHA CARTER STOREY NELL Woon twfgqif- fi ll A RM YJ- T-xiii, QU L fi AX N V IE 'ylrlh ij? 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I 2-31'1'fE ff'f4--'-1-f+.'1f5fi'qr 44:11 .J if . , I A A The rifle team prepares to fire. Bcgz'1z11v1'x' Riding Cfizss, ,, ,ZX g r 1,74 I. 3 .Sim n eat mnadwei 1 2 ' 4' w i f ef ., ,X X . . ' ,,,, . gi' --f '44 119:53 ri sf?-4pz,:,gp " ,. i, . .. gf" ' f. g 7 , '3'-fi L '. 3 A " 'G f " ef f f f ' fi f 4,51 x yi, , JR Vi nr ,Z 5 4, J . 1, Y A ' , ,f ,iff 2 'H , - 1 , ., ,ali IQ: Ll ghviiblu. 4 il! ilmff mg ,Q 'ith i' - X ' , -.. M-.L V .W 'fr-' V, . k. -. N-5 -. x y w -Ae.-. . Barrow, Marbuf, Frida and Loflin lzit a few biillscycs. Iiztcrnzediate Ridilzg Cfass. M179 A F42-:4 mi 'ff bisderiil-ff l?-4-f i , . QM Physical Education Major Class at rest. - and in action. .' " i '-f- el, " y was ,X rf: ft 1 r " , f ., , ,, 1 ifimf z"""m' A inf, gg' gg, - . I 1- PM - i Q f ,1 + 5 X 2 -P ' , - - - V Q ' si 7:1 ,fx 43' X. I1' V i 1 :Qi qik xig m ml.il',41x,1 Q. Ai - A A ' 1 ,W , X 4, X jigXk.. tl.' A'11 A.Q,. I. A -- ' rwqq-u . -,rr N - 5 1 A vi 'Y 'Avia if . . ,. A V x ' -' - 4. ge QQ, V, , V 4 . ., K "1-:wr-f X , HQ' +I. f. -' . , MafSl'i55 v x X X 5- 1' :ww-Q.5,:..'f LI: .. X NY. . ' ': 4 . gan-r..... f" . .4..gg.f. ag,,g4..w f ,L Q Agn, 3 5 A' Advariced Riders. Another group of Advaiiced Riders. i A,eei Ejjif Qi KCKQQQ J N i 0 fig? W? M SQ Q Z jloxib Qi gina! fig Qp lpi KE C1 fi! si f Q1 If X l l A if A ii ffigff 'J f fi - - - 51. vf Mm N . 227 . 4 Q ,HW -fx! V, I JCJQF it y Vi ,M ,ff Q , N 1-4 .Q ' xg I . , I - ' 'K ' 1 V! V H ri is is flilxlfifx 1 X D X ,Ml 14 .L 5 , - Uv-J 0 Kc '- I H 'Fl W VK' "U"rN1! f?Y,f1' WJ Il 1? m ' ,4 f' 1' ff "bf X635 4 ' ! 'AVXLRXZUWI m Q.-,1 ' 'XV 'K XM 'gvp flfrw, fwflf. fllj ' 'fp ,, f V .. 1 4 " YQ we l Keg K 1 NH ,hu ,f - A , 'X MA , X ' f , -,ww f, " A, A' ',f Q' iff! g 1. - ' V ff 5 fvykk xf if - gl , XA Q5 jf Xxmllgffjglq Gollege of Education Qthletic 3-Xssociation .,,....-A-.....,- .. V 1' fM69agswm.wf 4 vizf 4 - - x 7 N 2.A..5ff.N ., . .., , ' v 'S 2 , ,f.,.'-.-.......M.. P A T , A - V , X ff :gi , " ' N b f- l 1.:.g.aw,2-2 'sf W ,wig ,- X134 Y , af if 2 ,V ,L , 1. , V if , f - 1 ., .. in, 6, . I ' .,., 1-Nffwf -' W f 'f , V.. ,Y f JZ A. L. XVARREN V. NICIJAXNIEI, M. Mfxsslzv B. H,'XRRIS . H. JOUBERT . S. POXVELL . . C. LANGFORD JV PICKETT . R. ADAMS . ,M . . f . . . - . ,f , , ,: f -,-, jmnr Night OFFICERS I,I'f'SilIFllf l,it'E-Pl'6.VidFlIf . . Sefrefrzry . . . . . .Treasurer MANAGERS . . . . . Basket-ball Valley-ball . Tennis . Basfball . Trad' - Q . - . WN 5-X - cw TN asf :YH dm 1 L If 'V a Q '25 5 A A KM f 0 aw - - - 51 m .228 . , K-xx , Q ,Xilinx 'X W fd 1 1' E A f 'Ve V ffW,e ,,g2f42 ,, 2v4x ,Q y V . Aff fm: 1:41 L. s f M1 M J fy 1 1 f J. J f ,wA ..C JJ, QA-w .NL!, ,,' vw rt yfifxl , , j X , V, , 1, . 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Equally proud on Honors Day are wearers of the badge of distinction, recogni- tion of scholarly achievement. l-leld early in May, l-lonors Day, founded by President Sanford 84 originally symbolic of purely scholastic attainment, now symbolizes faculty 84 student recognition of sterling quali- ties of learning 84 leadership. l-leld in Chapel before the assembled University, announce- ment is made on this day of winners of cups, prizes, trophies, elections to honorary socie- ties, students distinguished in scholarship. Distinction in scholarship is classified into three grades, is made on a percentage basis. University student organizations vary widely in nature, select members according to widely divergent standards of measurement, but all organizations have common purpose of at- tempting to honor only students of merit, varying though the standard of merit may be. Composition of some is determined on a so- cial, professional, scholastic basis. Member- ship in others is coincidental with enrollment in certain courses but even here office-hold- ing is supposed to involve application of the standard. Some are political hotbeds, others tolerate maneuvering, still others seek to ban politics, try to award membership on merit alone by use of the straight blackball system. Crusading, militant editors of the Red and Black this year blared forth accusations, con- demnation, pointedly suggested that specific clubs had no justification for their existence, asserted that these clubs should forthwith dis- band, cease to inveigle unsuspecting stu- dents. Put on the spot, these clubs observed handwriting on the wall, became worried, sought to justify existence, took on activities both useful and superfluous. ln keeping with closer harmony between units of the university system, I933 PANDORA portrays side by side organizations of Frank- lin College, College of Agriculture, College of Education. .231. -,AA 15- if ' WGA 9 We 7.417 . IIEJIRIENQCQNTAZPQ L61 A 1519355 M 'TREAT A - I 7 RAND I l:+fqiVfl! 4.YffvU!f mfs' 1 LIT fx. ' I .ll 8335 SN SY 4' A T51 C3-TSA 2fI1?f1'f11i'I 'RV I QYQQSWIT 0 Nh 1111113 Q flixgifwr A I ff MA QM A TM 'WTA - 111.1-A flgp-144Cgy.1S-A A. H. PATTERSON XV. D. HOOPER L, COTHERAN G. GREEN C. R. :XNDRIZXVS E. Il. POMEROY A. P. ADAMS VV. S. BLUN C. VV. DAVIS M. D. DUBUSI2 R. P. JONES A. J. MCBIQIIJE R. J. FTJRAVIS T. VV. RLTCIQIEIZ M. M. THURMAN JOHN BANKS R. L. DENMARK J. E. HALL R. M. CHARLTON TTARRY HULL H. C. JOHNSON J. B. RIDLEY W. R. RIICHIE J. L. ERNVIN PHINIZY CALHOUN F. K. MCCUTCHEN LONGSTREET HULL H. J. LAMAR W. M. HARDY N. P. PARK NV J. T-TAMMHNII L. C. RUCKER STERLING BLACKSHEAR M. M. DICKINSON ANDREW CALHOUN C. D. DORSEX' M. S. RICHARDSON B. S. VVALKER SANDY BEAVER G. VV. LEGXVIN E. M. RIDLPIY .Splunx The Sphinx Club was organized in 1807. Its mem- bership is Considered the highest honor open to an zz nzlergrazluate. TQANUULP H JACQUES 43. RALPH TVTELDRIM 44. MARION SMITH 45. XVALLACE TXTILLER 46. TXTINOR BOYD . XIV. J. TURNER 48. J. F. BAXTER 49. HAROLD TQETRUN 0. JACK POWERS . FRA M PTON ELLIS 2. FRANK ANDERSON . R. P. BROOKS 54. L. P. GOUDRICH . T. S. HOPKINS, JR. . J. J. KILLORIN . M. H. BLACKSHEAR . VIRLYN MOOIQE T. W. CONNALLY XVINSHIP NUNNALLY T. T. TL'RN11L'LL NV. VV. PATTERSON ARTHLTIQ SULLIVAN . CHARLIE COX . RODNEX' HILL . HAROLD TELFICIRD . A. L. HARDY . E. D. YOUNG . W. V. TNTARSHBURN . H. M. SCOTT . JOHN BROWN . GEORGE HIXINES DAN Y. SAGE . I. C. LEVY LANSING B. LEE . L. RAOCL . J. J. RAGAN . R. S. PARKER . GEORGE P. WHITNER 80. VV. L. ERWIN . HARRISON JONES C. D. CABANISS 83. 84. -f 33 86 87. 3 88. 89. 90. OI. Q2 93- 94- 95- 96. 97 O8. 99 100 101 10.2 IO3 IO4 105 106 107 IOS 109 110 III II2 II3 114 115 116 117. II8. IIQ. 120. 121. 122. 123. W. J. BRANTLEY P. R. WELTMER A. H. CARMICHAEL R. KYLE SMITH W. BROWN J. K. MCDON.ALIJ C. N. FEILDSON FRANK MARTIN H. L. J. VVILLIAMS . H. JONES S. O. SMITH M. S. HODGSON R H. P. DELA PERRIERIC F. C. NEWTON CLAUD DERRICK VV. C. HENSON J. B. HARRIS Y. B. SMITH D. H. REDEERN JEROME MICHAEL D. L. ROGERS E. V. CARTER, JR. E. LUCAS . G. BAILEY IL. M. BROWN H. A. NIK O. W. FRANKLIN E. T. MILLER H. L. LANHAM H. B. BLACKSHEAR W. FALK, JR. A. R. TXTACTDONELI. H. C. HATCHER J. H P. L. BARRETT F. L. PENNINGTON K. NV. MOISE G. C. XVOUDRUFF F.. V. HE.XTH MILLARD REWIX R. B. FRONTMAN A. K. MADDOX 124. 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 157 138 139 140. 141 142 1-13 144 145 146 147 148 1-L9 150 151 15.2 I53. 154 155 156 157 158. 159 160 161. 162. 163. 164. J. L. SIDLI-iY CLIFF BRANNEN L. D. BROWN G. T. NORTHEN W. A. MANN H. D. MEYER H WALTON B. . D. R. PEACOCK V. E. DURDEN C. E. MAIRTIN B. DL'NI..XP R. L. MCWHORTER R. H. FREEMAN Z. S. COWAN EDVVARD MORGANSTERN JAMES M. LYNCH H. LEVY ROGERS BENTLEY H. CHAPPELL IRA FUNKENSTEIN FRANK CARTER T. RUCKER GINN AARON B. BERND Rl7SSEI-L H. PATTERSON VICTOI2 VICTOR H. HOYT WELCHEL LOUIS A.P1NK11SSOHN CLARK HOWELL, JR. D. K. MCKAMY DAVID H. PADDOCK JOHN HENDERSON EDNVARIJ J. HARDIN GEORGE S. WHITEHEAD JAMES B. CONYERS C. W. JACORSON H. L. HODGSON R. H. WESLEY G. L. HARRISON L. M. TANNER W. H. QUARTERMAN ROBERT CALLOWAY, JR. JOEL B. TXTALLET MARION GASTON MCCARTHY CRENSHAW NVILLIAM T'IA'ZI.EHURST g .. -.1-- fi A eff- 9 I fK?gylSSfQjpA 2 j Wi M TT-fi SQPZLLJ - D W 1. , Z N x A LD. .. KK L1 A I .QAM I 1191 f " U 1 - - 151 I A?-1. I I .232. .1 -1 - If-I-5 155 Y 5 - Ui X Ikgis 1 1 f,lf1L7H I 'I' .,f I1 V' .qfljf ff xx 1.53. 1 .ff .4 A H if -4M- --- I Af,Jx 1. 2 Q 7 4,113 CH 5553- Q.. EM wil ' 11 ICF I . TJ I 1,1171 11747 1 . . f 'WJ I I A, , M-M .A ' Q 9 114' , Y 1 X A4 Q -- , A f 'Fw 'I 1 1 1 X If ' J V A if-W .Jn 165 166 167 168 169 170. 171 172 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178 179 180 181. 182. 183. 184. 185. 186. 187. 188. 190. 191. IQ2. 193- 194. 195. 196. 197. 198. T99 200. 201. 202. 203. 204. 205 206 207 'I'1I0M AS A. THRASII MAX L. SEGALI. HIILMAN SORREL1.S W. O. WIIITE J. P. STEWART N. L. GILLIS, JR. RIIEE SIMS, JR. J. H. CARMICHAEI. H0wARI1 MQCALL IRIYINE M. LICVY HINT0N IJUNGINO R. W. CUURTS L. H. TIPRETT O. R. ELLARS R. H. VVEST R. L. FOREMAN, JR. J. M. HATCHER TDEWEY KNIGHT LEXVIS SEAI10RN W'. P. ZACHRY TRWINE PHINIZY P. D. O'CALLAI:HAN CHARLES M. CANIJLER W. M. DALLAS F. H. HAXROLD VV. D. MILLER ARTHUR PEW R. E. L. SPENCE C. VV. SLACK J. R. SLATER li. W. HIIIHSMITH A. M. DAY C. M. STRAHAN, JR. H. H. MANGHIIM W. H. STEPHENS P. B. F0RD N.XTH.fXN J01.I.ES OWEN REYNOLDS J. P. CARSON W. D. DUIQIJEN VV. B. C0I1Y M. A. MCRAINEY 208 209 210 .ZII 212 LZI3 214 215 216 .,I, - ,. 218. 219. 220 221 077 223 224. 225. 2.26. 227. 228. 229 'K 0 2 32. 233- 234. 1 233 236. -. 231- 0 -339- 240 241 242 0. -4j 244 245. 246. 247 248 3-1 9 230. 231. -38. .Sphinx W. F. TDANIICI. If. H. TJIXUN F. C. TVIl4CI.l'RI-I L. H. HILL G. J. CLARK C. A. LICVYIS J. J. PEN NE'I"1'. JR. ALTUN H0SI'1I C. G. TJIENRY J. K. HARI'I-:R H. H. MAIJIIIIX J. L. NVATS0N C. R. ANIIERSIIN lf. M. GURR H. M. CI.EI'R1.EY, III W. C. CARTER, JR. VVILLIAM rT'.X'1'l-I C. F. XVIEHRS J0HN FLETCHER J. D. TH0MAS0N JIIHN H0SI'H, JR. T. F. GREEN, JR. VV. li. SEXVELI. LESTER HARIIRETI' C. L. GIIIYEN M. L. KILIIATRIQIQ J. D. ALLEN H. D. SHATTITR GE0RrzE M0RT0N G. H. NIx0N A. A. MARSHALL C. N. MELI. E. P. RIRIERS W. T. FURBES, JR. G. S. J0HNS0N R0L1.IN J. CHAMIILISS EARNEST CAMP, JR. ALLEN W. POST A. S. CLAY, III KELS B0LANI1 TVEY SHIVER, JR. VVILLIA11 YOUNG, JR. .250 251 25 253 254 2 255 256 357 0 259. 260. 261. 262. 26 3. 264. 265. 266. 267. 268. 269. 570 271. 272. 273. 274. 275. 276. 977 278. 279. .,' 281. 282. 0 9 286. 287. 288. 285 289 290. -58 -80 -8 3. -84. ISAAIQ K. HAY 61110. IL. l'1.0R1-1N1fI-:, JR. 'l'II0MAS A. NASH I. J. I'T.XMlI.'l'UN, JR. BI-:N H. TTARIIY, JR. H .XLLM A N L. S'l'.XNl'Il IDA NI!-Il, C. 'l'I'1.1.1aY R. L. T,.X'1"I'I-ZIQSON, JR. Hlllilf S. VV0EIf0R11 JIIHN S. CANIILI-:R, II G. B. LAIITMQNIIISER RI'1fI'S B. JI-:NNINIQS CRA10 BARRUXV, JR. RIJIII-IIQT C. HIDIJIQS J0SIfI-H H. BIILANII G1'Y C. HAM1I-T0N JAMES J. LTARRIS NVILLIAAI J. TQLINE, JR. KAN IQAREE ANI1ERS0N J. F. PAI.M0I1R, JR. HENRY PALMER TQELLY Mc:CI'TI'II1-:N GI'I-:RRY LLXRRIS D0Uu1.AS FEAIIIN, JR. TVTATTOX L. PURYIS J05EI'H M. ULIVER TNIARVIN Cox ELLIS ARNALL HERIIERT MAFFET SANIJFURII SAN1-'0RI1 JOHN MAIIIIIIX MARK Hl5JI.I.lS WM. CARR01.I. LAT1 M1-:R VEIQNKUN S. SMITH WM. M. STRICKIUXNIJ JAMES MCINTIR1-1 MARI0N GAST0N TVIACARTH Y CRENSHANV NVILLIA M HAZLEHLTRST LEROY S. YIIUNG FREIIERII' S01.0AI0N H ONO RA R Y M FM BICRS ABH. IIRIIIYN Hsii. Ii1'T1.1-LR C-U. S. SIBLEY IJ-D. li. 1301111111-:RTY If-XV. H. HARRIS If-Il. BACIIN ' XV. P. TTALL H-F. K. B0LAN11 I-H. G. CULVIN J-NV. S. COTHRAN KWNV. SPAIN L-J. T. DKJIQSEX' M-F. R. MITVIII-11.1. C1- N-H. Dom: U-C. H. TTLACK P-NV. R. TIQH N011 Q-G. T. JACKSIIN R-XV. B. HILL S-C. M. SNELLINIQ T-D. C. BARRIIIY U-R. Ii. PARK V-H. C. XVHITE XV-A. M. S0I'1.E X-W. Y-S. V. SANFIIRIJ Z-C. M. STRAIIAN H. B0C0cIi AA-H. J. STEIQEMAN BIS-SY1.vANI'S MIIRRIS CC-G. F. PEARIJIIY DD-Ii. A. L0wE Elf-T. J. VVOUFTER FF-TIIIIMAS W. REEI1 GG-HARRY MEHRl'I HH-H. N. EIIAIUNIIS TT-H.XIiK'lLlJ HIRSCH JJ-FIIIQAR L. SECRI-:ST E. L. SECREST LEROY YOUNG FREDERIC S0L0M0N HAROLD HIRSCH "P'C'T-'-?'?1'i5f'f GXS 1517! 5 7 ffl! f. 1-,QUTIJ ,SA '44 at :fl .'SA1fKPJ If2Sff521.APA 2 f Al F - ' If lk' ISO I-QF ' TA 7 2 1 TIIIC ALP Fu A ' ' U 625' 7 31. , I'1GiV . 233 12 , fir' A A ig? . 'I Af ' 2 Af? Qiffw 1' iifqiwvi W TSR fr . X 6 'g'51if?3'I I , ,Iw:?lTrf,s.,W LQ .4 I I I I vow fi I Q I 'Ag A YW ILJJ fk?i.k!lkxi "f.I?ff-1.4, Yflijrfgyl fl 'I R lg! RSX Mp? I fviwsll fx.. If fur 1" QI XC'2T"S.l.l.," 'XU,Wi,AvA ,.'lL:g,I'i'li'5'F Grzdrron OFFICERS FRANK HAWKINS . . . . . . President BILLIE HAZLEHURST . . . . Vive-Presizlent TOM DAVID . . Serrefary-Treasurer I 1 I IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Brooks, Connelly, Crouse, Drewry. Second row: FITOF, Green, Heckman, Hosch. Thzrd raw: Pound, Reed, Sanford. 1 WEEMS BASKINS R. P. BROOKS GEORGE CONNALLY E. M. COULTER EDWARD C. CROUSE JOHN DREWY A. G. DUDLEY A. S. EDWARDS REZ ENRICHT HONORARY MEMBERS ED. EVERITT J. W. F IROR THOMAS F. GREEN, JR. TOM GREY T HAROLD M. HECKMAN R. ALTON HOSCH E. A. LOWE CHARLES MARTIN HAROLD MARTIN HARRY MEHRE MAX MICHAEL . H. MCHATTON L. MCWHORTER MERRITT POUND T. W. REED S. V. SANFORD TED TWOMEY oo V9 LAX fjX W my g.Q.I.f,. W ff' QQ .ir X '-!f5i,rlE22if1r ' ar ff 495'-'QJKFJETE XX To J aifl KQQSW if 0 Q A 5 A in II - I IIISEIIT . 234 . .3 J ffiiyfa, YS QBZYIWDZS- Q SF W JA X X , ' I UI IAM 1- ,II I +I I Aw 4 Rgjellizi WSE, -',34.U,"gii 12,1 j I, f' F ' . ,, x I '- I X3 V I, f if 3 Tiff Nl ff. . . . . . P i1Ll i ,Kr 55' In AI TX V1 f Crridiron .fllenzberslzip in Griflirofz is ro11sizlI'1'f'fl one of the llighest honors ofvwz fo ll Uzzi-I'w'.s'ily IllIlll'I'4Q'I'llI!llIlfl'. 7'lll'6'F irzilifltiom' are held Illlllllllfly, Seniors being illifillffll at file Hrs! tivo lernm, .lnniors nl Ihr Illini. IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First rozu: Baker, Blun, Cobb, J., Cobb, R., Cope, Crenshaw, David, B., David, T. Svvolzd roto: Gaston, Goodhart, Harrell, Hawkins, Hazle- hurst, Hodgson, Irwin, Jordan. Tlzira' ro-zu: Leathers, Lolcey, Miller, Mitchell, Moncrief, Napier, Penny, Pound. Fozzrflz row: Reynolds, Rooker, Slaughter, Smith, A., Smith, V., Solomon, Steine, D., Steine, H. Fifth row: Stone, Sullivan, Thompson, NVaddell, XVhittle, Willianis, Young. C. 0. BAKER BILLY BLUN JAMES COBB ROGER COBB G. D. COPE MCCARTY CRENSHAYV BILL DAVID TOM DAVID MARION GASTON MORGAN GOODHART WILLARD HARRELL FRANK HAWKINS BILLY HAZLEHURST STUDENT MEMBERS MORTON HODGSON LLOYD IRWIN CLARENCE JORDAN IVIILTON LEATHERS HAM LOKEY FRED MILI,ER GEORGE INIITCHELL JAMES IVIONCRIEF H.AMILTON NAPIER N. M. PENNY STOKELY POUND CHARLES REYNOLDS BILL ROOKER 1 1 1 1 NAT SLAUGHTER AL SMITH VERNON SMITH FRED SOLOMON DAVE STEINE HARRY STEINE CHARLES STONE JACK SULLIVAN DIELNIAR THOMPSON SPENCER WADDELL LUCIAN WHITTLE BOB WILLIABIS LEROY YOUNG A I I 3 XEROX? f f N M " f' SSSSIBIJ ti IR A ilu I 1 o 2 - ' I , .235. .QA , ,WS lvl' Qu -V A is 45,215 'fsjln I 1 A- -'S--X ASQ."-diff! All A Q XV J 4162357 A ,ff "-I-f-'DU A . I I I I .Af 2 , A ll I-9 Ll IW H I f l I ALI, W' Hi., 'A IZ If", ' Q- X' V " I .Yak Y, I XR " Jw A'.'l'3iI.L5,fx.i A l-X f-'Elf'-N, Mb MIX lf' I sl, X f'FN f W K I X641 lfx llm'fgI:yjfgxi'af' .017 A-H-1.1-A ' I I Un. MI, 'ik ,-:Eg ,-.b.-A Phi Beta Kappa is not only the oldest honorary .wlzolfzstiv fraternity, but is the oldest eollege fratern- ity, lzrwirzg begun as a sovial fraternity. .fillpha of Georgia Chafrter .vvlefts members onre annually from the senior I-lass in the zlegrees of !lI..J., J.B., B.S., I-l.B..l., anzl I-I.B.E1l. OFFICERS J. H. T. BICAPHERSON . . .... President W. O. PAYNE . . . . . Secretary R. P. STEPHENS . . Treasurer IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TU RIGHT - First row: Adams, Bailey, Bryant, Crenshaw, Cuff. Second row: Glynn, Hadaway, Hodgson, Hoppensteln, Kidd. Ylzzra' row: Lokey, M1tChell, Solomon, Stone. 1 1 1 1 1 MEMBERS ELEANOR G. ADAMS AXICCARTHY CRENSHAW M. LOUISE KIDD LESSIE BAILEY W. A. CUFF O. G. LANCASTER NATAI.IE BOCOCK SAM N. GARDNER HAIXJILTON LOKEY MARY ELIZABETH BRUCE CHARLOTTE GLYNN LUELLE MITCHELL SARAH FRANCES BRYANT PAULINE H.ADAWAY FREDERIC SOLOMON NIARION BUSH MORTON S. HODGSON CHARLES F. STONE, JR. EUGENE HOPPENSTEIN 'JM,QQ.L..Q.l.M. rd' X fr , I ---f g ,I-, if LN vogjy. , A W! '. AX' ff' 4, A SQ 4-ffnff' 'TI fo" ' PT 1 x Q, , I . I j,AXl' iUl'Y'f f ' '- O f el L 1 fx f- fe. X Q -W- WWE C91 f f I xi xx, ,f ,fy I l ff ig-Tiki?-iJ A T fl 31. .236. 'Y . 'A '- .lm ,JJ ji' fgilff ' I f N I 'L"l'T,', i T if, 'I ig ... Hfl, A 4,15 i.,,I7fQI fl fl" 'ill I? li. KTJW. , I . .f ,flwgirf V' ynj LJ +L. my ICJ ww' F- . , 1 .t ' Iam T443 ' -VL-,g,y,f UQ, flf 4. ji I ,sf ,I 'F f' y f n w J, , y ' tx uf, 'RI ,al ' f gift, X S 'I . . I I 9 ug A L 3 Lyhfiff L-New lf fill Cf. Juv' A sf GPH K pp GPH' Phi Kaflfwz Phi is ll zznfioual l1rn1rn'111',1' srlzolasliz' frrztrrzzity fulzose lnenzbffrslzifl is not rozzfinnl to the aris ana' sriwzrrf Ilf'f7'Fl'.S', but is open in the profes- sional flF,gfI'f'F,T as well. T-zoo ffertifnzs are held an- IIIIIIHJ' for xzflliors. OFFICERS ANDREW M. SOULE . . . .... . . . President MCCARTHY CRENSHAW . Vive-Presizlent TXTILTON P. JARNAGIN . . . Sm-refary JOHN VV. JENKINS . Treaszmfr IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Adams, Bailey, Bates, Bondurant, Bur- nette, Chandler, Cobb, Crenshaw. Second row: Crist, Cuff, David, Duncan, Dunlap, Gillen, Hadaway, Hodgson. Third row: Hoppenstein, Jenkins, Johnson, Joiner, Kass, Lokey, Maddox, Mangham. Fourth row: Martin, Montgomery, Morris, Penny, Roberts, Robert- son, Schuster, Sneed. Fifth row: Solomon, Thorn, Thornton, Waldroup, NVhittle, Wilder, Williams, Wise. 1 1 1 1 1 MEMBERS ELEANOR G. ADAMS LESSIE BAILEY LELIA J. BATES J. P. BONDURANT GEORGE H. BURNETTE LILLIAN CHANDLER JAMES H. COBB MCCARTHY CRENSHAW LEAH E. CRIST W. A. CUFF WILLIAM BELL DAVID E. E. DUNCAN THOMAS HARIILTON LOKEY FRED SCHUSTER LAURA C. DUNLAP JACK GILLEN PAULINE HADIAXVAX' MORTON S. HODGSON EUGENE S. HOPPENSTEIN ADDIE K. JARRET MYRTLE JENKINS A. S. JOHNSON LORENE JOINER IRVING KASS J. P. NTADDOX ELIZABETH MANGHAM H. E. MARTIN MRS. XVERTNA P. TVTEANS P. H. TVIONTGOMERY A J. W. MORRIS ANNE A. PAYNE NEWTON M. PENNY LOUISE ROBERTS LA TRELLE ROBERTSON JOHN R. SNEED FREDERIC SOLOMON J. D. THORN B. P. THORNTON VVILHELMINA WALDROUP LUCIAN A. WHITTLE C. O. WILDER H. M. WILLIAMS TNIARGARET L. WISE feei .1 A T i P my SMFQQOA . N ,:T?Tfi by E eijssfij A ii? Q7 'lit' JTSPYE Rf Q,5TlQl, X, fl G2 fl A A I T A JT .fi I 1 fi 5 l All A J ' ' . If I .237. j X T-- ,fa I I 5? -iff? I 'M XJJITDQXJ R Sm A- 3 if "fq1,fJv A -ix x ' 'J XX . lH1.lv'W ff W A K .Mi X "Ml f'XJQ.aLs iBeta Gamma Sigma ,J zzational lzonorary society for C0lIl1ll6l'l'E students. .fJfcfn1bers are seleftezl on a basis of sflzolarshijb, shar- Ill'fFI', and jwromise of business ability. OFFICERS ROBERT P. BROOKS . . . .... .... P resident J. H. T. BICPHERSON . .... Vice-President JOHN VV. JENKINS . . S6 c'1' etary-Treasurer IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First raw: Bird, Brooks, Bryan, Burnette, Firor. Second row: Glllen, Hackman, Jenkms, Morr1S, Ra1Sty. Tlzzrd row: Sneed, Sutton, W'1T1tt1e. MEMBERS HENRIETTA ARMSTRONG J. WILLIAM FIROR J. W. MORRIS A. A. BIRD JACK GILLEN L. B. RAISTY ROBERT P. BROOKS H. M. HECKMAN JOHN R. SNEED MALCOLM H. BRYAN MRS. H. M. HECKMAN G. W. SUTTON GEO. N. BURNETTE JOHN W. JENKINS LUCIAN WHITTLE A Q My M - 15 ' J A I W J aj, R, HJ . 238 . :N 1- 5 V 171. f . .4 - v: bl- ,431 C If l I"1f:":I.E+ if fllfff 'lv fl' I ig. ,gfflalli I -' 'lr 5 13 TQVI '. X94 A97 :NNI V flgl I' llfl I Al fl! lin A il - f we -A-ll X 'H' gf A .Eff ' 'fl..iIl..'.II 35 M A .5 . I , ...I I r . -E Qllpha Zeta 11 national lzonorary Ol',fffllZiZIlfI0ll for Sfllllfllfh' of high srlzolnslic Sfllllflillg' in the Collrge of Algrifulfzlre. OFFICERS G. W. MOSELY . . . . Clmnrellor R. H. GIIAZIER . . Censor S. L. IRWIN . . . . Srribe E. E. DUNCAN . . 71f6!l.YIlI'f'!' I I IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First ro-zu: Baker, Brooks, Cobb, Duncan, Glazicr. Second row: Harden, B. A., Harden, J. S., II'Wl1l, Jordan, Mitchell. Tlzird rmu: Mosely, Pe 11II y, Powell, Wagner, lNilliams. f f 1 MEMBERS HOWARD G. BAKER BERNARD A. HARDEN GEORGE W, MosELY NORMAN E. BROOKS JAMES S. HARDEN NEWTON M. PENNY BENNIE COEB S. LoYD IRWIN MORRELL L. POWELL EUGENE E. DUNCAN CLARENCE L. JORDAN WILLIAM A. WAGNER REUBEN HYRAM GLAZIER JOHN C. MITCHELL ROBERT D. WILLIAMS 3 I I C. S.. wwf I A . 1 ff' .'lf.Q'T-,fi "IBEW I H .A -F.-A - I Bl. w. IIETII' .239. 'T i ' ' W, ,FI . A , , .,I.':'N,' lat' W .fl-1 I, 'iullgv ff! Q' ffl 'V Wy, Q'QfL,,i,iT'i l f li MILA QM . 1 ix, iBlue Ke Ouncil Blur' 'il'-V C0llIll'i1 is Il lI1lfi0lIll! f'l'IlfFI'llif'1' t'0lllf70.S'f'If of Sfl1IfI'lIf.Y and fllflllfj' llIf'llIbf'I'.V who are infer- rstezl in U11ii'fr.s'ity-Stlldwzt problenzs. q LLLWVK 'L f,5gI,'lYtl.wP Qrisfp Lg I v I I . 1' I - I SITIEIT? klnl, N XWP3'-1 ,CA A Iliff' fllligial A .fioliia ,QliLf5fG4ii-A OFFICERS HARRY STEINE . . . ..... . .... President FREDERIC SOLOMON . . .... Vire-President C. TVIARION GASTON . . Secretary-Treasurer 1 I IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Baker, Blun, Brennan, Clark, Cope, Crenshaw, David, T., David, W. Second row: Engel, Gasfon, Hawkins, Hazlehurst, Hirsch, Hodgson, Lokey, Meyers. Third row: Moore, Napier, Reynolds, Schrieber, Smith, A. G., Smith, M. L., Solomon, Steine, D. Fonrtlz row: Steiue, H., Stephens. Stone, Thomas Turnbull, Wliittle, Connelly, Crouse. Iiifflz rO'2l'.' Drewry, Heclcman, Sanford, Secrest, Stegenian, Stephens, NVriglItOn. COMPTON O. BAKER VVILLIAM A. BLUN JOHN BRENNAN SCHYLER CLARK GEORGE D. COPE MCCARTHY CRENSHAW THOMAS C. DIXVILD VVILLIAM B. DAVID GEORGE G. CONNALLY EDWARD C. CROUSE JOHN E. DREWRY 7 1 1 1 1 STUDENT MEMBERS JAMES L. ENGEL SAMUEL D. MEYERS FREDERIC SOLOMON C. MARION GASTON VIRLYN B. MOORE FRANK HAVVRINS BILL HAZISEHLTRST EMILE HIRSCH MCJIRTON HOIJGSON HAMILTON LOREY HAMILTON NAPIER CHARLES REYNOLDS JOE SCHRIEBER ALBERT GRAY SMITH MARION L. SMITH FACULTY MEMBERS TSDVVARD M. EVERETT S. V. SANFORD H. M. HECIQNIAN EDGAR L. SECREST T. H. MCHATTON DAVID STEINE HARRY STEINE STEVE STEPHENS CHARLES F. STONE JOE H. THOMAS AUGUSTUS B. TURNDULL LUCIAN VVHITTLE H. J. STEGEMAN R. P. STEPHENS G. H. WRIGHTON A . - fflfrwaif T ff IP1. ff PfSfwesf,g f 3 ' ' U 'V-' Ml A ...V , ll A A A frail ARM IW L - Bl .240. 1 GS , , f J: VV tiny 'wx 4xjgj',-all C Q if Lf, ,.II',f:2f 999, I fr 21 If. ', 4 I JIVJXY XLIA t ' frjlfff ,Nix fffl ,,' 1 , ' ! R LMI IM- fyff My If fl MI I II f ,LNJQZIIE ' 4444? 1' V MON vfxjo MARION CBASTON . JOHN BROVVN . JAMES NIONCRI ' A I 4 -I NIJ VJ' X,,!"M'Jfd J X- lv-g"'fL H " Glad? I'10lIOI'fIfj' sorial rlub 0l'LflllliZI'I1 in 1931 I0 frrrmzotr Georgia lzoslrilfzlity to 1'i.fitors, and Jgezzvrrzl ,good ffl- Iozvshijr on flu' fYlllIf7llS. OFFICERS . . . . . . . l,lY'A'ifll7Uf . . l'i1'l'-l,I'l'5illI'llf EF . . y'l'f'IlSllI'l'I' FRANK HAWKINS . . Sl'l'fl'fflI'-'V ff mg IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Brown, COblu, CreIIslIzIw, David, Gastfm. .Stroud row: Goodhart, Hz1wlc1IIS, MCJl1CTlCf, Pace, Park. Third 1-OW: Sands, Smith, Stephens, Strong, JOHN BROWN JAMES H. COBB MCCARTHY CRENSHAXV THOMAS C. DAVID MARION GASTON MORGAN GOODHART '1'lIO1IIpsO1I. lfourffz 1'utI': VVillizI1IIs, BOII, NVillia1IIS, XV. B. MEMBERS FRANK HAWRINS ALBERT GRAY SMITH JAMES MONCRIEE ROBERT STEPHENS ALBERT PACE CARL STRONG HUGH PARK IJELNIAR THONIPSON NORMAN SANDS BOB VVILLIAMS XV. B. XVILLIAMS Ginn H in J FQ CMV, iii .lli if' A I f E RI f I xi xx 1 I5 E 9 flf ' ,241. Qfiggiskx -ff fig ,ff . N , f ta .9 0991 'A :fi T , DJ f4MfWwW Uftt r50FfI IINJWEMKWR ij.. JL ' ' " S' ' f Yff.f.j'i1.0 ,N iw Tn- fm? ,.QXiiPAfI,1fI X I Eiga 235336 JAghon .17 fora! honorary organization 'whirh seletts its mem- bers on Il basis of all-round aftizfities. Its purpose is to give recognition to those students who have been outstanding and haife, in some way, fzzliwzzfezl the interests of the institution. OFFICERS C. L. JORDAN . . . .... .... I Jresident G. W. MOSELY . . . Vice-President NI. L. POWELL . . . . Secretary H. M. SAXON . . Treasurer IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT T0 RIGHT - First row: jordan, Mosely, Powell, Saxon, Baker. Sefond row: Cobb, Cole, S. C., Cole, T. W., Downs, Glazler. Third row: Harden, Irwin, Penny, Thompson, Thorn. f 1 , 1 MEMBERS C. O. BAKER E. H. DOWNS S. LoYD IRWIN .I- F- COBB R. H. GLAZIER N. M. PENNY S. C. COLE B. A. HARDEN DELMAR THOMPSON T. W. COLE J. D. THORNE JMWI 'f if 5. . Y X ' CW Tx -fi 1? fi' 'N N 2 n i A f 'V 'HIT' I , . X I . bf A Ifftkao- '- TIE MEET .242. ff 1 c L A V 'Y 1 I 1 I 19 A X I I Y ,li X I1 ff , ., , II 1 I I f-11: I X A VIS" 'riff Sfx- 'ffl k , If f1'fNV1ff' - f I rl. 'V' . I .Mijn ' "" 'T-. I ' I I "'-A Zodiac Z1I1li111' Club -z4'11s 0I',Q'IHliZEIl in 19311 by ll Illllllbfl' of lfIli7'6'I'A'ifj7 girls. The fwzzrjmszf of fl11' rlulf is in pru- lll0fF i11le1'1'.vl in l'llI'l'l'IIf 6-Wills. 111111 hfl'I'11fllI'l', llllll to 1l1fIz'elof1 skill in '1C'7'ifillYLf llfflllg linm' of !iff'IYU'-1' interest. OFFICERS DOROTHY GREENE . . . . . l,l'f'SfIlC'1ll PATSY WOOIJRUEE . . . l'i1-1-l'resi1lent LUELLE RIITCH ELL . . . . Sm-1-111111-y BETTY SUE NIURPHY . . 7wf?IlXllI'f'I' IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Adams, Carter, Greene, Glisson. Second row: Johnson, McKay, Mitchell, Murphy. Third row: Spenser, XVarren, XVilliamS, XVood- Tuff. 1 1 1 1 1 MEMBERS ELEANOR ADAMS SUSAN EMILY JOHNSON MARGARET SPENSER MARY FRANCES CARTER MARY RUTH MCKAY MARTHA WARREN DOROTHY GREENE LUELLE MITCHELL KATHERINE NVILLIAMS ORIS GLISSON BETTY SUE MURPHY PATSY WOODRUFF ill -LL-4 15 X Raw S O mn i p -. fp: , ,Ei If 5, Y .V A XEJTXQ fi In 'f iff! 711, if 'fi ,I 'fair XANAQ -,REX I Rx? .ig 1 I fx Im I 1 SQ " IIg?f"AI1AAA,ff nf- 413 ' ff' I If I- - - 'I ' 1 'A I ' E ' ' ""' "W A" X N I I QC I ,H ASIS I CL I m fx I 1 I 11' I BP I I .243. JK 1 "1 .AN V QQY ,W f- :I .ICVW R 1A"?0Ak J 'iff'-fflfllff Ns ,E ANDY' I .Qlcuxhmfg f' J,1,!T 1 , , f A I ff f5W!'3f if FV U If I' WI ,IA wp flxfnv A I 'Q . V VLVI ffl" .Mi r','4z,J Lil' iv-, Lf 'N , ' U xx X' fQ V 'I I 4,1 A q,5"if' f' ' V A ,DR Li+.I'I Iqgffw- W- J T QL U A K ffwzl,1JIIl fl HUQ X IIIFE. 'ffl ' ' 121-'T FAFLH-A " 5 f WN iffy., A Jin? ' RW' NI .ff ,f,Ll4iY4q ff.-gl. A' f -.ffgiibevfs ' ci Gable The Senior Round Table is thc U11i1'frsiiy Chzzfwfvr of Sigma Ufvsifon, lmnorary liffrnry fraternity. Siu- ffwzz' Imrferw in sclzolrzrwllifl and Ill'fi7'iI'iF.S' are cflwfzfzl to 7llf'll1lJl'l'Sl1ff7 OFFICERS MOR'1ON S. HODGSCJN, JR .... .... ....... I 9 residwzi JACOB D. THORNE .... .... I 'ire-President CHARLES F. STONE, JR. . . Sm-vtaryTreasurer IN PICTURE FROM TOI' - LIQFT TU RIGHT - First row: Callaway, HOdgSOn, Popkin, Pound. Svcond row: bchuster, StOne, Thorne, Wlmittlc. Third ra-zu: Wi1cle1', W1llia1nS. f MEMBERS RICHARD D. CALLAWAY VVM. STOKELEY POUND JACOB D. THORNE MORTON HODGSON ' FRED SCHUSTER LUCIAN H. NVHITTLE HAROLD MARTIN CHARLES F. STONE. JR. C. O. VVILDER JOSEPH CHARLES POPKIN HART MCKENZIE VVILLIAMS, JR. .EI T' - A , A F O 55515 2 'Y fm A' 1 ' dm, Q!-NYJ' F A dw 5. . J Fm WA I? j A W ff Bl IIEDI 244 -1' . :QAM , v 3. 'O -EIffA,5ir4 ' TI AMF fra fm .T I 'I II x ,ffix f L J,.f,i ,' 'kj I -, R fl, J I 1 I ,I NJIT, I, . fiff If X I , K, ff A W .If 17' I, If IIffAffHIIffxI,II,I I -mr I f uf ' ' ' , . 'II 'J 7 41 UIQ. ,. .L I W, ,I gfmfy. HH H A Sf--HH - I I 'I 'I 'I 4 1 ., ., . ' .'. -'W' 1. Lx, n,wf-,, I vm wg--, . , I . IS, I., . .. , I . I LU Y I I I I 5 J I , J , . nw J N Y J My ,NVE T -if v lf, -I . . f I S5162 I mi Ig' ASJSIL 'J'h1 J . b , 1 , l I I umm Gabznet 1' ,Jn honorary sfllolflsfiz' organization for .llllli0I'.S'. L OIFFICICRS I JOHN BROWN. . . ' ' - I,fl"SilIf'l1I HAROLD L. GROGIXN . . . I,il'F'Pl'FSillFllf NfJRN'I.AN SANDS . Sf2z'r1ftary-Twzzszzrer I I I QQ I J. I Ji Ii II Il Y I ,. I N I 1 E I I- F i I I 1 W ,I I T T I 'I if 4, IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First raw: Broach, B1'OwII, Cobb, Grogan. Sccmzd - row: LIIIdSay, Maddox, NC1gl1JJOI'S, Pattmm. Ilzzm' rotu: Sands, Shcfheld, Swltt. y 1 I I MEMBERS CLAUDE BROACH PAUL L. LINDSAY, JR. CHARLES PATTON JOHN BROWN NVILLIAM T. NIADDOX NORNIAN SANDS JAMES COBB JOE B. NEIGHBORS CLIFFORD C. SHEFFIELD HAROLD L. GROGAN CLIFFORD SVVIFT I .wi Jfq I-A A T f C A W! VD, ifefijib :ikSUQ'V'J5 If?-ff me R I f f NI A GJ 05' f?t57J'T .... EU f -TWH EEET Q,u O I fi Xff I 4 Q +JMSLE,:4QN,+FMD I .fQWg5NIqNfmM J 2 'JQ i15rff::LfI "Nfl - - - Bl, , H I J . 245 . I fhf' I ,U tr A 5 ,pl , I KVAX T , X ,A g-SJ,..,L. MV ' I1 F.JST'illiI1f,'iJ Sql I fr CQ - ' Jlggibfg' 'lf riiigzllillfilllllfilli ll-ii .-'y O " ' ' 1 ,"', 'NV7' " .Ml ,', "' f , ' ' V, l il xx' ' X ' lifjl' K J M Y , ,I L-P if i3 I lIl'f::,f ff 1. xv lg, if 1 I ' , 1 Ik! X HJ BW,-Kid I I fi H " L - , 'alffei . IL .Alle films A lfflg J.- I fffl. QR ILM . A - ll M C I. .lf'f':.?1. filg-he fl3Iftacl Glub .Jn lzonorary and social club for Freshmen. OFFICERS COMPTON O. BAKER . .... . . . President HAMILTON NICVVHORTER, JR. . . . . Vice-Presizient J. lx'III.TON RICHARDSON . Secretary-Trmszzrer 1 IN PILTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Aldrich, Allen, Atkinson, Baker, Bland, Carr. Second Vow: Cobb, Ha1Ison, Hargrave, Hodgson, Jamison, Lokey. Third row: King, Kornegay, McCollum, McWhorter, Michael, Richardson. Fourth row: Rosenberg, Selig, Steinberg, Solomon, Talmadge, Thigpen. Fifth row: Wier, VViIIecOff. 1 MEMBERS FREDERICK N. ALDRICH, JR. NIORTON S. HODGSON J. MILTON RICHARDSON MARION H. ALLEN, JR. WALLACE JAMISON HERBERT J. ROSENBERG, JR. SAM C. ATKINSON HAMILTON LOKEY SIMON SELIG, JR. COMPTON O. BAKER JOHN W. KING MAURICE STEINBERG STEVE G. BLAND G. B. KORNEGAY FREDERIC SOLOMON ASHLEY H. CARR PAUL J. MCCOLLUNI HERMAN E. TALMADGE JAMES H. COBB, JR. HAMILTON MCWHORTER, JR. RANDOLPH THIGPEN HIRAM G. HANSON MAX MICHAEL, JR. ALBERT W. WIER, JR. RUSSELL HARGRAVE LUSTRAT WINECOFF ff. 5 I, A .ff-H+ 3 if CW A Q il l..g,5g,5,:fl J if QI., Qjilgiigi f-Smll qiw if , ,za Qflyvclg fi Ji K f I M J? KX Lfin-ALL W - 1" l A X J 10 lt lj," ,I X l l 'YYJ Yr' :FIBRE l . 246 . jx v s A fo ,iM,1w 9' V , , YNWQ I Q , X" XV , 'W ' :J f Q XVI! Q' ' . x F xy, . I Egtlik !? fLu755U1'QI,J 14,1 W j' 3 N Q 'WN Q1 W ff I J fudiciar 'fBoa'rcl of ,Student Government I for Women fl stuflent board of g0i'Fl'llIllf'l1f and zlisfifvfizze for women stuzlenls. nv 'Q' IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT T0 RIGHT - First row: Adams, Camp, Forehand, Gramling, Gray- son. Secoud row: Greene, Howard, McMillan, M1ller, Powell. Third row: Shuman, Taylor, Warren. 1 1 1 1 ELEANOR ADAMS DOROTHY GREENE NIARGUERITE POWELL ELIZABETH CAMP CATHERINE HOWARD EVELYN SELLERS MARY JESSIE FOREHAND KATHERINE MCMILLAN ELMA SHUMAN CLAIRE HELEN GRADTLING CLARICE MILLER LUCILLE TAYLOR EDITH GRAYSON MARTHA WARREN ri 'iipiliiifef 6 N QV 41 f Z A Fawn Ik ,QI f I f f N ' -I U RAI GR I7 jf I re I fm woe H LA Bl , fre?-yi? .24'Z. E 9 I G l l I I SF , Y If 5 s I I I 's 'I I W I I L 1 la 4 is . . f I: 5 S J 5i 1 H ,i I! M A. H u ,. Il Ii I 1 I II Ii 1' 1 I i1 4 I 4 Q? i ar ., , . .2 I ,E V ,fy fvglfgl I if 'XIX QQ ,115-,V fgjfyigasi lfsigfxy I lx MK, I I. I iq l III fl? l ll I lle1l 1WAllJIlMll9Q S ' fl' Xl' ffnlllllfs ll ll X Mil, ffl E42 14-E2 554i'5"Al tudent Gouncil for 'women The stuflenz' eounfil is fl supreme ruling body organ- ized in 1920. The duty of the counfil is to formu- late una' execute rules and regulations gozfernirzg the eonfluct of the Iuomen students. OFFICERS LESSIE BAILEY . ..... . . President MARY CRANE .... . Viee-President KATHERINE WILLIAMS . . Seeretary WINIFRED CLARKE . Treasurer Willia11Is. LESSIE BAILEY JOSEPHINE BOND VVINIFRED CLARKE MARY CRANE HELEN GEFFEN IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT T0 RIGHT - First rmu: Bailey, Bond, Clarke, Crane, Geffen. Seeond row: Holst, Marbut, Maynarcl, NIX, Powell. Third row: Slocum, Smith, Streeter, 1 1 1 1 1 MEMBERS LOUISE IIOLST MARY MARBUT LAVINIA MAYNARD MARY E. NIX NIARGUERITE POWELL AMY SLOCUM ANNE SMITH MILDRED STREETER KATHERINE VVILLIAMS ee lwl Q7 'fi fl l I ffm 'Renee f'- l"lLl - I . 248 . ,A te lvl' A- 71 ft-5 I 522. , QQMUDQ 'H llfsl' N KVA 5:1 C4153 'I f. I ,V,, 5 ,K JN, f , x Y 1 J ,I A Y. f T MII.P4Nf'N, If ,, Ll ,I fx ,lg ,, I W-x I iw, .1 'RTI ,Sfl iii? V,3g'2,"fiI!,Ulf, ltt f 7 ' I ,IIT m ' I 2 , f NXLAXIIJ, ftf,--"I, ' I V' Tlx ff: X f, yf 1 A - i 6 ' '. , , I f j 1 J L,L1fO,gu,i,- A-A In--A f- I lm ,Of A gg! , ,J I tt M U" C P' I ' le Direftilzg Board of the Pimzeer Club, an orgfzrzizn- lion for all fIc'rn11f'11 .S'1'lllll'lIfS af 1116 UlllZ'6I'Sll-1'. OFFICERS KATHERINE ROGERS . . . .... President PATSY VVOODROOF . . . . Ifire-Prmident lvl.-'XRGUERITE POWELL . . . . SFt'I'f'f!ll'j' LOUISE HOLST . . . . Trmmrer DOROTHY GREEN . llislorian V I I IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIRHT - First row: Adams, Bailey, Benton, Bryant, Geffen. Second row: Greene, Gulley, Hadaway, Hoist, Mitchell. Tlzird rote: Powell, Rogers, Smith, VVi1liams, Woodroof. ELEANOR ADAMS LESSIE BAILEY FRANCES BENTON FRANCES BRYANT HELEN GEFFEN 1 1 1 1 M E M B Ii R S IJOROTI IY GRE EN E MAROU ERITE POVVELL .IEANNIE GUI.I,lEX' IQATHERINE ROGERS PAULINE PIADAXVAY LAURA SMITH LOUISE HOLST KATHERINE VVILLIAMS LUELLE NIITCHELL PATSY XVOODROOF I A fe 5 I -L with L vt U7 'HSS' l?Pf'4'fl fieififffi In GPR , E J A VF Z f Xl il 5 ' -d iff-P1fLl W' X ' U TZIQTQ ' ' ' ll. , lilfqix' .249. ,N f?XT,,g?.5gY1g QJQIW .4 A. , .. -. 1,61 1.5 li! ' , . 1. I, ,. ,W 5,1 -K v -l -I' IU- "TQ 'Il f" lvl' lv' ' Xl' A-rrlfxf Cfxdlyill ll!!! fx I7 Q U I "Il .4.gy..f,fe QI.-. R ff fy. 25 1 f ' , .UW ' I BINIVYO L0 Mffkf is-' 'fr I '. 'f idxl I 1,5 H T 'RI-I ' AM I IM W J,cJ.ffffff5flQfS Y .Ui '.lliQ.'L 'AH -Wlgem fT:!4fT3'CCl-256 Qilllpha IQlppa Tsi Honorary Commercial Fralernity. CFFICERS THOMAS MITCHELL CLOVVER .... . . . President ROBERT M. KENNY .... . Vive-President NVILLIAM B. LAWVRENCE, JR. . . . Secretary SIMS BRAY, JR. . . Treasurer IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Blackwell, Bowen, Bray, Bullock, Camp- bell, Chandler. Second row: Clower, Dale, Eaten, Edmondson, Ferris, Futch. Third row: Harris, Hood, Horne, Jamison, Kenny, Lawrence. Fourth row: Pert, Scott, Stewart, Wil- liamson. 1 1 1 1 1 ROLL MARLIN EARL BLACKVVELL J. M. EATEN WALLACE JAMISON LEONARD JOHN BOWEN H. L. EDMONDSON ROBERT M. KENNY SIMS BRAY, JR. FRANK E. FERRIS, JR. WILLIAM B. LAWRENCE, JR. WYATT N. BULLOCK JAMES I. FUTCH JAMES PERT PROCTOR CAMPBELL JACK HARRIS EDWIN A. SCOTT JOE IRA CHANDLER CHARLES HOOD ROBERT T. SECREST THOMAS MITCHELL CLOWER CARTER HORNE HENRY A. STEWART WILLIAM J. DALE T. RAWORTH WILLIAMSON ., ,Q ..Y,.. xl, flxffpxfb 'gf Z g Q .N W - Y . Y, 7 5-, J .- S e E fl. 22 ,ox I r I Q V I T7 -11 i K I" A 'I-T I fri " J Bl S llgfjl .250. if I J ' NWC in N ' , 7.4 X., .tw 1- 1 I, ' ij - , IN, I,.' ,, QL ,. go. 147.1 mit 9 -I I .J - 'ft if-f'. ...W ' T' TFC ll I If 1 I I, - F Fa... fafti. I ff I 'fwrf if I 1 "" I J WWI I . J fl-M fi- If, wit .. nj fy I ., ,ii . f ix -..fif-at we W' if" it I7 i J 1 I I. ' I 6 . - ,f ' if f-Hee "' Y ffii 'JA ' -L..,.L A L . C' ""' 'Delta .Sigma 6 Pl Ilonorary C0lIlllI6fl'iIll l"rz1ler11ily. OFFICERS J. L. COSTA . . . . . . 1101111 flfaster L. H. COST.-X . . . . Srribe G. N. BURNETT . . . . Treaslzrer R. L. WEBB . . . Senior 11711271671 C. W. CALHOUN . . Histm-inn Hamilton. Second row: Puckett, Raisty, Reeder, Smith, J., Webb. f GEORGE N. BURNETT CLIFF W, CALHOUN JOSEPH L. COSTA LAWRENCE H. COSTA E. B. HAMILTON PROP. H. M. HECKMAN F. DOUGLAS HEREFORD 4 IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Burnett, Calhoun, Costa, J., Costa, L., Heckman, Hereford, Jefferson, Martin, Northcutt. Third raw: Smith, H. Fozzrflz row: 1 1 ROLL ROBERT L. JEFFERSON J. WESLEY MARTIN JOHN R. NORTHCUTT ROBERT PUCKETT PROF. L. B. RAISTY NVILLIAM M. REEDER Stafford, Stoudenmire, Towns, 1 1 JULIUS B. SMITH H. W. SMITH DENE.AN STAFFORD C. A. STOUDENMIRE H. CARLTON TOWNS RICHARD WALKER ROBERT LEE WEBB Q 1- ff A Hi-'Tl 4 NI f.tI ' I-P c..1.1.L. -..L ff' wiffii L XERREEEWA Q! rw TBS not ' C A GSW? GB 2 Y H I R C EU I I f it 5 A 51, ,, If-I f' .251. fb. X l 1 ll.. X .-:QQ gg .Wi ll ' -A AC 'E ii" fi, 21 14,1 I . ,QIQQQZRPS fl' 'Oli ' X lkfflfgl 4 TQ Wfffml lr 1 P im V lj lllfQQi,fWff.4V Lil ykjll' If-.XX ' V QFEX TS wwf 1' ' 'gr "jx M ' XT 7 MMS 1 li!,L1 QIQ-lg'-V V 5,4 Ii l' V lli 'REE Tgllf 'K 05 A 'lil J ,TN -L,e,g.' ,4ffQ-b'5bff IlIfPI'IIIIl'T0lZfIl Legal Frzzterrzity. OFFICERS T. D. COOK . . fllagister V. B. NIOORE . . . . Clerk E. NI. SMITH . . Reporter J. H. N.APIER . . Historian IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT T0 RIGHT - Ifirsf ro-zv: Clarke, Colvin, Cook, Crenshziw, Gregory. Scvofzd row: Lokey, Mitchell, Moore, Morgan, Napier. Third Vow: Roberts, Smith, Swift, Thomas, Tillman. Fnzzrflz row: Twitty, Williiighaili, VVOtte1I. 1 1 CHAPTER ROLL S. W. CLARKE FRANK R. TVIITCHIZLL FRANK SWIFT J. EARL COLVIN VIRLYN B. NIOORIE JOE TTTHOMAS T. DUDI.EX' COOK L. R. TVIORGAN LAMAR ,TXILLMAN NICCARTHY CRENSIIAW J. HAMILTON NAPIER ROBERT TWVITTY CLEBURNE GREGORY OSCAR ROBERTS T. XV. VVILLINGHANI J. HAMILTON LOKEY ERNEST M. SMITH G. H. XVOTTEN 44'-lAf41R , A1 .Lf A-.J El w , I 'TY Pi 'AWQMW , W 1 ff l!!'r,f,Q,xlV lx 'T llL,.i,A.4mg1.ii'ffT NX if-QN I .L 7 nfl ill 'N T lr I f XXX .. l . Mi ll Tl Aff N' QQ lfll ffl .V BX 3 I ff X fi Q' fy f I l XI 41 f' A flx I l P 51 I I J R-ia I V- lllfE.ll .252. fb . Z.- T., I nl -'If f' . , GX ,u H,-, gif. AYYfQ,H.j r jvc I-ZQNW-f?fli3DgRi W7 Lf ' N Iffeiifff flliffh 'L I III-fsf N 'I' LJ . +I In .I ' mf' A' y.fI.Rg,f ggi geffjxiigffewlf fI I I pl'.1K,,. JN R ,D I f',f"njl5'gR 'FX' iff if 777- sk Z fi, X FFR!! I L NIJ ff I ' -1' Aff. , AAI.-A I I ,I I.. ,fm AM' 5. X , u-P1 jigma fDelta Qlppa IJI'0fFS.Vi0lIIl! Lau' I"rf1fI'r11ity. OFFICERS NORMAN REEVES . . . . . Clmnfellor ROGER S. COBB . . . . . lyil'I'-Cll!llll'U1IflI' LACY W. HINEI,Y . . Sl'l'l'l'fIII'-1'-7'l'f'llSlH'l7f .4---W IEE IN I'II"rIIRI-1 FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First ww: BirelImOI'e, BYOW11, Cobb, Frzmklin, ll., FI'a11klm, N. bcfona' row: Hmely, Mallard, McBI'ayer, Paulson, Reeves. Tlzirzr' 1'U'IL'.' Stewart, Thomzls, WOOt611. FRED BIRCHMORE EDVVARD BROXVN ROGER S. COBB BERNARD FRANKLIN NEAL FRANKLIN CHAPTER ROLL LACY W. HINELY NVADE NIALLARD W. MCBRAYER 1 1 1 1 RICHARD PAULSON NORMAN REEVES HENRY A. STEWART NV. MORGAN THOMAS NVILLIAM E. VVOOTEN ff CY Yrs- - A I . ..... W RQIESM 'IFF ffixsffffg -In Z N X MIME gif f,,.'I XXI Aw RM w D Rf Af.Q?i 'e U - - - IBN, MEN .253. 'U T I W .X 5 C3 .15 j2y'4, Vw A . 1 1 W1 V IL C Q- ,ix I I Kvideiwfixyu ? 5 4 6 f y rr'-tj. U 05. 115 'K I V I "ISM . DJJ Q.. 7 ,I ' ' flu, ' if "I I MVAC fi f I y 1 ' Win, Eff, . IOFQI1-I I fy Wlib X 5','f3'JgI4 I X ,I - We .--J - I Q II If 'AM J I. ,Ifzx,IL.j.UL Professional Journalism Frzlternify. OFFICERS SAMUEL D. NIEYERS . .... . . . President JAMES COBB . . . . Vive-Presiflent E. BLAIR PROCTER . . . Sm-etary DONALD MCKEE . . Trwzsurer I , ff IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Brown, Carr, Cobb, Crouse, Davis. Second row: Drewry, Hawkins, Kass, Martin, McKee. Tlzird row: Meyers, Oliver, Park, Proctor, Williams. 1 1 1 1 MEMBERS F. T. BROWN JOHN E. DREWRY SAMUEL D. MEYERS SAMUEL E. CARR FRANK HAWKINS E, W. OLIVER JAMES COBB IRVING KASS HUGH PARK EDWARD C. CROUSE JOHN VV. MARTIN CWOODLANDD E. BLAIR PROCTOR ROBERT DAVIS DONALD MCKEE W. B. WILLIAMS -llMj,lM1f X 0,5 s 1 1 ,-, C y O A1-rwrm M A ff' Ig? .lm lgi YYV, X if ,g5,'LrigQ'2JffD' K Zullfi - T VI IL C Q cf SX TX I ,QE Q4 f 1 N x M" I-,f 'f ' '1 ff Y A x ,FXR ' U fig? ' 51. 1 HJ 254 . 4 ,FV , f M. Af: if f 3 X' E I u+II.Wff L1 f NI I ,VITO fm ii I !1j,ltgkfzTf1.ig zu' cf f'-fmlw A llfffirliv fy K 'Vu KM!! X fax' 4-15 'ff L -'-H ' Xi '5 II Iv! ,B 'ff I , ,, rf'r,1.. ' .- -, gt ,f nv NK'-mn! I 4 M55 I I ,N A WMI , . d .Elf " " '- 'X X f fi 1 V ' - X 114 ,4.4 'Q' I1 .ar A f " - L Cgheta Sigma Thi lJl'0f.E.YSi07lllI Journalism Sorority. OFFICERS LUELLE MITCHELL . . . . Presiflent DOROTHY GREENE . . . . Sen-vim-y LESSIE BAILEY . . Treasurer NU' 4 IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First ro-zu: Bailey, Greene, Second row: M1ller, Mltchell, Myers, Schroyer. ,AA 'Fi' M'a1Igl1a1II, McKay. 1 1 1 MEMBERS LEss1E BAILEY SARAH MCKOY LUELLE MITCHELL DOROTHY GREENE ANNE MILLER MARY MYERS ELIZABETH MANGHAM RUTH SCHROYER V , jf-, -fi, -A ,,,kVk CSN, Y S1 L' :, Y WWW K, H Filpd? -3-"T Y li X lx? K ',":7WAffT3 Ia A , A f I I I I wb as Rfb I A I N i I A IR we I E 0 e - - I 51. wr IIIQI I .255. F' .I lv fi 4 I, ,A ,, HN 'I " R- N I I LLL, k IM ' I s I I ,fx f J, V fly QIx",'!'k Ig Ii if' K K bf, I 1 YW , iyklvx 1 YH F! ri QHQIV, lg!! ,g ,N Ulf Il, If, -N V I Q L YM I I QW I Q ib,Vjv'I J,z ,Hg-I I ' A L A A ' bf' f AI Om SQJLQ, X QMLLA U 'TD AKIQSQ1 fLA.bC7v"E C5718 Landscape Qghchitectwre Hub The Lruzdsmjrf IJn'l1i1'f2z'1'111'e Club, orgruzizezf in 1929, is 1111 orgzzzzization for Ihr prnznolifnz of 6111150- lion in Lrzzzzlsmfvf IJrI'l1ifc'I't11rc Illlll relalvzl .vlzbjerfs in flu' ffvlzls of the ffm' .iris and Iffvjvlivzl Srivzzfes. OFFICERS LE.-XH CRIST . . . .... . . . I,I'!'A'iIfl'lIf RI.-XRION SNIITII . . l'ire-Pnxviflezzf ROBERT DYKES . . . . Secrvtnry RICHARD IDUPREE . . . .... Treaszu-er PROF. HLIBERT B. CDXVENS . . Farzzlty Jflvisor Owens. LEAH CRIST CHEVES OLIVER RICHARD DUPREE JOHN CAMP ROBERT DYRES HUGH MONTGOMERY MERCER JORDAN IN l'Il"1'URE FROM TOI' - LEFT TO RIGHT - First 1'0'zI': Crist, Dykes, Dupree. Svfozzd I'oiu: 1 1 1 1 1 MEMBERS JOE VINSON NIARY VVINSTON LAVVRENCE KNOX TOM FLEMING CLAYTON BOWERS NINA SCUDDER MARION SMITH NIINA SHEPPARD FREDERICK NEVELS GEORGE SPENCER JANE MILLER HOWARD HUGHES ROBERT GROGAN O, . 5 .I. I fx W1 3, MHA Q M 1 :f- L QE 5 C If C7 z"f'fF1' K1 A G! R' 1 F C F QM Z f 'S 1fgX1gUM5?4liF'fQ2 W' f , -I I 'C 4-I CC Fr R f U5 EQEUQ ' ' 51. E I U WEE! . 256 . 5 .S .1 ', -. .C I 1 , L., ,E:f1,,zA 1 9 J 11 fy 1 I I . . .. 1111.-1 . Y I1 1, 1 1 IJ - J -IG . 'WWI H '7'JY"'fAf"v1"'I1 U 1' f 'J fur f 1 N11 NIJ QM f Vs. ' TX -4111 A-Q. ' Q. A f 1 I ,ls X'-JXTMJQSJJEQ If I1 0 ' "1 qi' X W' mfg X 1 I 'f .f J . ""f'fL,,-,g'. . X-, X -L42 if Rxurug 1 I. 1 kv, ,f V --2' K ppa KDQIIG C191 In the lzegizzning lXy!lfJf1ll 13111111 Pi 11'z1.v ll llllfiflllfll honor sorfefy 111111 l'lIIll'Il1'10IIll! fI'l1fI'7'Ilifj', bllf IHIIIFI' the neu' l'0ll.S'fiflllifHl it is 11070 Il Illlfifllllll lmzmr .voriefy ill Elflll'Klfi0lI. OFFICERS KATHERINE ROGERS . . .... . . President MRS. NELLY FLANAGAN . . f"11'f-l'rfsi11enl EVELYN SELLERS . . . Sem-etary GROX'IIZ GURI.EY . . YJVFIISIITFI' rgx IR- 41:95 ff I '35- on IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First rofu: Hutchi1ISO1I, Meadows, Morrow, Payne, Pusey, Iihaxtou. Sefolzd row: WOOftCl', Bryant, Butt, Cha1Id1e1', Dunlap, Gay. Tlzird row: Gulle Gurle Holst enkius, Oiner, Kidd. 1:0Zl1'ff1 row: ROOSQTS VVzIld1'Ouu, VVOOIITOOL Y, Y, I S, I 1 FACULTY MEMBERS PROF. O. C. ADERHOLIJ DR. J. E. GREEN MRS. LEILA R. NIIZE MRS. ISLLEN RHODES MISS ANNE W. BRUMBY MRS. S. W. HAIXTILTON DR. PAUL R. MORROXV MRS. RACHEL S. SUTTON PROF. S. D. COPELAND DR. GEORGE HUTCHINSON DR. W. O. PAYNE PROF. RALPH TIIAXTON MISS KATIE DOWNS MISS KATE HICKS MRS. L. D. PENNY DR. J. C. WARDLANV MISS FRANCES FORBES DR. J. C. MEADOWS DR. E. D. PUSEY DR. T. J. VVOOFTER ACTIVE MEMBERS FRANCES BRYANT MARX' GRAY LOREEN JOINER MRS. XVALTER POPE GRAPELLE BUTT JEANNIE GULLEY LOUISE KIDD K.XTHERINE ROGERS LILLIAN CHANDLER GROVIE GURLEY MRS. BELLE M. NICLDOXVELL EVELYN SELLERS CELESTIA DUNLAP LOUISE HOLST MRS. OSCAR PALMOUR EUGENE SHELDON MRS. NELLE FLANAGAN MYRTLE JENKINS R. H. PORTER XVILHELAIINA WALDROUP MARIE GAY PATSY WOODROOE ' TQLLTL G61 1 A -:T-T'i"I fi S ,ff CU QT - f? ff' R5 Qin Afizgffilsf' I 1Lf.-..i A R, uimx Y 'SQA X BU 1 ' I N ,vif,Xy1p I Z j VJ NIM S Q I j is A mf ' J NX J A I ff XA A f fi 2 - ' A 51. , 11 .257. ,. QXXX ,ffiibf QIQGAV xl I ' V2 X 97 th ' 11-tw O O tl"31erisffvisorw-fffQ97'ALJ Tl, Ny If CW smfiw' O -T Y NX gm e..sr, Tf7rfO Qi Mp , T f f Tami QW Q Riff t fm X2 in wan. X Ommerce Glub The Commerce Club is an organization for all stu- dents in Commerce, designed to foster interest and discussion in economic affairs. The club was for- merly called the Economics Society. OFFICERS ROBERT M. KENNEY . .... . . . President GEORGE BURNETT . . . Vice-President JOE L. COSTA . . . . Secretary LOY EDMONDSON . . Treasurer 1 . , ,. .. .. .,,, , . -M M- , ,- .E , H, E H - IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Kenny, Burnett. Second row: Costa, Edmondson. 1 f 1 f 1 D A xC r - -- H? E Co? D A f TD 21 fry E 1 R 'f A ' Lf T 1 P' 1 - Z. T. . cf erfswmjxf E M 'f O C - - - 4. T Hr W 5 f W Q R--L1 12?'.f .25s. Q fi'-f ,gs 'vm 5 A VW, I ,ff A'-J We ft- I A If' 314 ,A ' ,X lfirh. Lg 2:43 Qgff 'I Y I 4 " 4 N Il gy.-f I fy fm hi "Lil Y f 7 I In . A if R ,..577.', If 7 ' " Yxf f' A W - lf 'Y-QW 1 HAH" I 'I jf A - It Ti Inq- Ifm7Wf"' V L 1 If 'lt I ft. I MJ 'I P- f I I . I 7 5 ff? i'-Y -1, 7f'V"5' LI 2 I ' ' p I ,A as' 1 N h ' 'ff 3 "5-a' JR X Qhfdqt , Wflggslo IQ W. X fix f R ,4 ! ,I I Its., N WT x ldijgfigz Mft? ff I Q., 1 ,-III' I, I, A if 4, Wfomecon Uomefon was OI'gIll1iZE'Il in 1920. Its purpose is to zlewelop the interests of home emzzrmzifs, lanzlsczzpe architecture, physical El1llL'IIfiUll and art. Girls nzltonzatifzlfly hrfonle 7llFIll!Jf'l'.S' if they major in these subjcwts. OFFICERS VIRGINIA HOLBROOK . .... . . . President MARY CRANE .... . Viff-Presizlent EMMA KATE CURTIS . . . Sew-emry MARGARET DASHER . ...... Treasurer NIYRTLE TRICE . . Corrffspomlizzg Sefretary 5 IN PICTURE FRUM TOP - LEFT T0 RIGHT - First mlzu: Holbrook, Crane, Curtis. Scrmza' rnzu: Dasher, Trice. 1 f 1 f f QI Q7ffff9bA I h Viv' I If xii? 02CQ?fYI Er? E I Z f pi' XXX , F N W . r' " I KSA' ,LX XJ-' Rift? tk It I I -L R +R X N, ,O Ia' I j If 1 1" I ' .Q59. fi- I ,VW . fi, 5' QM " -I"Lf'5"f,,1f , . . X . A . I. If J ,ff 1 JJ! ., . T" I f"IIf.hzifI 39f JI 1 f +5 EDJ M Om .A RTI a, 'I I.f1E.a-IIlIIII W A IfrIJQsmiS 5 'I' NI' ffxw X f M, XC ,Ui F 'Ml A Pm .fKaH2AJi55'b'a Qmeriean Society Of Gwil Engineers OFFICERS XVILLIANI S. POUND ..... ..... . .... P reviflent JULI.-XN U. Cl.ENll5N'I' . . . .... l'ire-President JOHN P. BONDURANT . Secretary-Trerzsurer POUND WALTER L. ABNEY ALEXANDER H. BEASLEY, JR. GEORGE BELL JOHN P. BONDURANT ARTHUR S. BOOTH MORTON BRIGHTXNELL ALLEN C. BRITTAIN ROBERT J. BROOKS, JR. ROBERT W. BROWN GERALD M. CARTER CHARLES T. CHANIBLISS JULIAN D. CLEMENT VVILLIAM B. DAVID GLENN O. DAVIS, JR. SAM DYKES WILLIAM E. EDXVARDS JACK EPTING HENRY M. FUEMAN DAIWON GAUSE QJEMENT MEMBERS MILTON S. HARDEBTAN REGINALD S. HARDIGREE PAUL HART JEFF HOLLIS WILLIAM E. HUDSON HUGH H. JACKSON, JR. BILLUIJS P. JOHNSON XGEORGE W. JOINER, JR. AUGUSTINE P, LITTLE, JR. MARION L. LUCKY WILLIAM F. MORRIS, JR. NIAXWELL M. MORROW DAN H. NORTON JAMES L. CELIVER CHARLES A. PERRYMAN ROBERT L. PHARR EARL J. PHILLIPS BUNDURANT WILLIAM S. POUND LEE O. PRICE JOHN' P. PROCTOR JACK B. RAY ROBERT P. ROWE HIRAM K. SCARBOROUGH FRED SCHUSTER FRANK P. SINGLETON, JR. LEON SOUTHERLAND DAVID C. STAFFORD, JR. BURVVELL P. STANLEY CHARLES C. STELLING WILLIAM H. TAYLOR JAMES C. TILLMAN AUGUSTUS B. TURNBULL, JR. JACK D. WELCHEL JOEL A. WEIR, JR. CARLOS B. WILDER HAROLD WRIGHT xDeceaSed. 'O ,3L,-. . A l IWW W 'YI iQ',Q'?Lfi JD M U Cl'-'AJP-Lit A -11 J. X j IRI KJ MENU YR 5 BE A 1' J 'xx N J F Qulfjfhff AJ X l A " lf- Cy' A-C5 Y J f fi T .A FL 315. IIIGEH .960. I N 'K U , A , V x 'ii' 'H 'iF ff ,., N4 - T S' - ,WU "v-L' I' XrQfAf-fx Q13 ,- V Z,-C - 'O nf X I I -ir ff'f1'h llff I' I I e 2, 4- L I 5 'K 'Peiicam ,ln lmzmrar' sofial fluh llfli'lIIvf a limitwl znflnhzfr- 1 L Ship. fllenzherx are .vr'ln'lz'1l from f'lL"llf l?IlIlllI,L' frfliwrzitifav. For Soplmmores only. OFFICERS ROBERT STEPHENS .... ..... LAWTON TISON .... , I 1 , fix, .,,,x7,5,','.r, fwfflgii WMI A . 1 5 J . FJ I I I , fe. ..,.....i- iw r II iw , , 1 0 ' 'WW4!Ii 'C Th X 'Qffk I I 7 A , E, . . . . Presiflerzt l'i1'6-l'1'f'.s'i1lf'11t CHARLES RICHARDSON . . Sn-retary IN PICTURE FROM TOI' - LEFT TO RIGHT - First ro-zu: Adzuus, Armstrong, Barge, DOrSey, Horn. Serolzd raw: Jenkins, Martin, Methvin, McCollum, Opper. Tlllllll razu: ford, Stephens, TISOII, Willia1IIsO11. f 1 Phi Delia Theta JASPER DORSEY Chi Phi LAWTON TISON J A Kappa Alpha ROBERT STEPHENS 1 - Sigma Alpha Epsilon KLATTE ARMSTRONG i A ' 'I i Sigma Chi WESLEY MARTIN Alpha Tau Omega PAUL MCCOLLUN4 Kappa Sigma JOE JENKINS Richzlrclson, Staf- 1 CHARLES RICHARDSON JOHN HORNE GAILLARD ADAMS RICHMOND BARGE DENE.AN STAFFORD ROWORTH XVILLIAMSON CHARLES NIETHVIN Chi Psi CHARLES OPI-ER I Vfii!3g?iiig?:f4C5 Qin i 5' I- A 3,7 QW-I fiiigjxn -V iq -,'q 17 ff' 4,m.l3'j1f T-, Q Yi? J Z 3 N, af "ff XS I fa 1 1 - ' I , .261. K vi +3 25.4, , 31,-4 M U' Cxffkl C df :L fb -9, 1 fgvbfjuf A"Q,llf31l V '5,, 3 ,.:.Igo - A A ' All , S, W ,ffl L ffl, Iv, ,,l,f,'lFf2iEiii+I International Qlations elmo This is Illl organization of stuzfents interested in dip- lonmtil' relations befzlwwz the fourztries of the ulorlzl. OFFICERS MCCIARTHY' CRENSHAXV . .... Presiflent TIM COPE ..... . . . Vive-President RICHARD PAULSON . . Sevretary-Treasurer I- I- IN 1'Il'TI'RI-1 FROM TOI' - LEFT T0 RIGHT - First ro-zu: Akin, Atkinson, Carellas, Cobb, Cope, Crenshaw. Sevofzd roto: Dale, Day, Edmunds, Hogan, HO1J1JCl1StC111, Hoyt. TlII'1'd row: Jordan, Maddox, McDuH1e, lV1CVVllOl'fCl', Mitchell, Paulson. l'l71t7'ffl l'lJ'ZU.' Powell, Rich- ardson, Stephens, Swift, Thigpen, Wfehh. 1 1 1 ROLL WARREN AKIN EVERETT EDMUNDS HAMILTON MCWHORTER SAM ATKINSON CLINTON HOGAN GEORGE MITCHELL MARY BANKS EUGENE HOPPENSTEIN RICHARD PAULSON GEORGE CARELLAS WADE HOYT MARGUERITE POWELL JAMES COBB CLARENCE JORDAN MILTOIN RICHARDSON TIM COPE NVILLIAM NIADDOX ROBERT STEPHENS RXICCARTHY CRENSHAW PHIL RIICDUFFIE CLIFFORD SWIFT JACK DALE RANDOLPH THIGPEN EARLE DAY ROBERT WEBB ,, , , A 45+-leiei S1' IU ryji-lx! W, UK- A :fl ,I ,li L" C ji Sblfxi,-i j I MIEQEEENEL-F ' j . I LLLLL L L f xiii 'T W 'Qt Oh ' l ' XY ff Ni tl'E L ,Tlx I J " WT?-CETWWW X Nfl 5655- ' , T Bl 5 lllj-ill . 262 . R f. . , EEZ' Yrfilbi ll VLVQJ, I-if " 45:55 CKJN Yi l J f 4 ggi xy 4' lvl Y A pl J In .I , X -yy ,V ff K . Nw C I1 so Gra ff fwif,,pfQ1,,fKI 1 I f ' I I fi A I I A ,rr 4 ., NRM, ,44V!j,,MJ w v A lg! ,IJ f . f 3, ' . . gl. Galninet Jn organization whirl: dirfris the rzrfiwities of the University Y. ill. C. 14. OFFICERS MARION GASTON .... .... ..... P r esident MCCARTHY CRENSHAVV . . First f"iz'e-President JACK HARRIS .... . Semnrl Vin'-Presiffezzt MILTON RICHARDSON . . . . Sm-remry CLARENCE JORDAN . Trenszmv' IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT T0 RIGHT - First row: Atkinson, Bowers, Broach, Cavender, Crenshaw, Gaston. Second row: Green, Harris, Hodgson, Jameson, Jordan, King. Third row: Meyers, Moore, Morris, Paulson, Pert, Richardson. Fuurtli row: Schuster, Stephens, Williams. 1 1 1 1 1 MEMBERS SAM ATKINSON WALLACE JAMESON WHITLEY MORRIS CLAYTON BOWERS JOHN KING RICHARD PAULSON CLAUDE BROACH SAMUEL MEYERS JAMES PERT JOHN CAVENDER VIRLYN MOORE FRED SCHUSTER CLAUDE GREEN ROBERT STEPHENS MORTON HODGSON SCOTT WILLIAMS F C Wsif 6: 5 rw - A 4 ii H, 'elvii yi: X ix' ,fL,sNo,D1 .. .? K ,fQlw,QXQLC'2iQ six, j Fkgsfi Z in Xl X Cf! X 1- lil 7 ' I I jf A 3 Xgggx XE-71 QQ I Z X II H 5 0 I A ' P 7 '5 l E U ' - ' Bl W' ll .263. .X .V -3 v' ' - l Af "I R - tfxxh 'ski T' 1' Z "Yl'-.!! lx , 7 - X Viglyzpf TU 'Sly' r i 4 T ' I F- of T lk W X W Milam w I 1QYLI'l fill Ig Q fr. ,J H-iffy I, fi , I UI ll I' X sei T ,Qix I AVI-TIA! I' A4 I, ffl, XJ V' xx ' f Q K '1,N! .lj If QQ' 4-ww Hilo ki LL.. IV!! .JIS , , 1, A lilo-I LLM, I Ll ffnmx ivy ILA H5 , Ml J Xjllllgliixx DY. . gl. Galainet The organizzztiofz iulzivlz dirvftx the activities of the Y. Uv. C. J. Ill' Franfclin College and the Colfejgc' of 1Jgl'iC'ZlIfZll'E. OFFICERS lX'IARGARET SLATON . . . . . . . . President TVIARY CRANE . . . . Vice-President CLARICE KIILLER . . Sffvremry TYIYRTLE 'PRICE . Treasurer 1 lN I'IcTL'IcI-2 FROM Till' - LEFT TU RIOI-IT - Ifirsi row: Crane, Dasher, Gill, Holst, L., Holst, M. 50501111 rozu: Mallou, Mavuarcl, McMillan, Miller, Prvor. Tlziro' row: Sluuman, Slatou, MARGARET DASHER BLANCI-IE GILL Taylor, Trice, Trotter. ' 1 If 1 ' f MEMBERS THERESA MALLON LOUISE PRYOR LAVINIA MAYNARD ELMA SHUMAN KATHERINE TNTCNIILLAN LUCILE TAYLOR LOUISE HOLST MARGUERITE HOLST EDITH TROTTER E' " 'T fo N. , A K ' 4. f .E 1 JY' N AI,oQ I EEEI T i -I A, T L 1 lla dj owl I A QI A f LI - I IIEEII . 264 . H J 1 ,fi :R ,I 'jpfpil . L fri, Eff, ,LEYKJQZQQ IF 1 N ,'C.Vg727f+ NLygj0O' lffgj, W' ,, fx ,iw I A SX?-0 R11 L In QPR f7,,v65?' ' ' fd fi ,ffl I' ,J R1 1' 7151, 55 , -Ly 4 I "W ' 'l:'f'f1?Q XF I 5 We A If 4 Y J Ji Mimi N W ' if mif,g21 Wa. -Life qreshman . Qi. Gabinel: The Orgrzfzizaliozz 'LUlIil'll 11il'l'l'fS the l1l'fi7'ifl.FS of lhe Freshnzfzn Y. JU. C. J. O F FIC IC R S JOHN BOND . . . . President LAMAR SWIFT . . l'if-iT-I5-fsiflenz PAUL GREEN . . . Sf'U'Pl111'y FRANK PARKER . . Treasurer IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Bond, Swift, Green, Parker, Ashford, Sfrond 1'0'IU.' Bowers, Flynt, Jordan, Kelley, Lindsey. Third Vow: Martin, McKnight, Perkins, Scott, Teasley. Fourtlz row: Warreiu. 1 1 1 MEMBERS ALEX ASHFORD COBERN KELLEY JOSEPH PERKINS NEWTON BOWERS FRANK P. LINDSEY, JR. THOMAS G. SCOTT, JR. JAMES J. FLYNT, JR. BILLY MARTIN CLYDE TEASLEY GEORGE JORDAN JOHN BICKNIGHT VVINTON NV. XVARREN SQLPTSA qJ -' -i" . W ik -L S1 FTW R ff, ,ff , 5 j XX X gay! R - MI QS Rf II fri A . X f C2 ff 5 IN 5 ff Q3 3 N 4 9 IPI PARP? E J I 5. Mai , ,265. q Q-YXUA-QELQ I I I' ' IMIIQHI 7'I,f4" J' I X ,V .I N 2 IS-iq I If-Divx' .Dfw j lx ilfixz iii II, I 'Vw RFLP: fi' i U X ,f'n1'Ixx'lI',5 figg, f.f, JI ,j i ,qi ARI, X 611 FY ' . 1,257 7712, H.. , I I XR IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row: Boyd, Camp, Gulley. Second -row: Harrell, Hodgson, Mitchell. CCs5iau IQIppa Clpill Tau Kappa Phi is an honorary society for students stuflyizzg Civil Engineering. OFFICERS GLENN 0,NEAL DAVIS, JR. .... President ARTHUR S. BOOTH ..... Vive-President JULIAN DEEN CLEMENT . Serretary and Treasurer MEMBERS Seniors ALEXANDER H. BEAZLEY, JR. JULIAN D. CLEMENT WILLIAM BELL DAVID GLENN O'NEAL DAVIS, IR. EARL J. PHILLIPS VVILLIAM STOKELY POUND CHARLES C. STELLING Jziiziors ARTHUR S. BOOTH ROBERT NV. BROWN ITENRY M. FREEMAN HUGH H. JACKSON, JR. VVILLIAM H. TAYLOR QQ NIB 'jg QR!! wifi I .jgfwi fl NI "MQ r"O' Ir I, sI 0 I 'I I , fy. fu NSN. IWFW , iiilidfiifvpjx XFIFJ gi? X L I .fi .Tiililm fi National Plonorary Society in Psychology. OFFICERS WILLARD HARRELI. .... . . President FRANCES FORBES ...... lfire-President H. C. MAXWELL . . . Secretary and Treasurer FLORENCE YOUNG . ..... Historian DR. A. S. EDWARDS ..... Fafulty Advisor ACTIVE MEMBERS DR. P. R. BARRONV DR. A. S. EDWARDS FRANCES FORBES SAM GARDENER MAE ZEIGLER DR. J. E. GREENE JEANNIE GULLEY VVILLARD HARRELL FLORENCE YOUNG ASSOCIATE MEMBERS SOPHIA BOYD HELEN BULLARD ELIZABETH CAMI- JULIA COOK JACK FLATAU IVIURTON HODGSON J. C. MAXNVIiLL LUELLE M ITCHELL WELDON SIBLEY MONTINE VERNOOY IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First row Beazley, Clement David. Second row: Davis, Phillips Pound. T1liI'd7'0iC'I Stelling, Booth, Brown. Fourth row: Freeman, JQICIQSOII, Taylor. 1 1 I .iI,Q+,, .X 1.5, W W ' . .y ij Q -K iz, jf, 5 N i gil? QCDf5dXf+-LI ILP l 41 QEEITQAJTJCI "J I I A A SI f J.f'-JJcj4gfI,f'F x I J Il 1 I1 II llil W 'ILf"'!'Xq ' "NC, J I ' j I1 X if I X lb l I l X ,V W -,-A, , if Q41 fi xx' E' ' FLJ5f5,25" I' il-E--IQ:-ijil' I MIAA Qfbffatlwematics Cylub ,ln 0I'gHI1iZ!lfi0lI to afford nzatlzenzatiral rerrzfatiorzs. OFFICERS AGNES CHILDS. . . . .1'rffsi1lInt ANNIE COHEN HIGGINS .... lfift'-l,I'l'XIIlI'Ilf LUCY DILLARD EDNA COMER . JUANITA ADAMS AGNES CHILDS ISDNA COMER ISADEL COOK LAURA CROWE LUCY DILLARD ELAINE GAINOUS DORIS HARDIIIIAN Srvrflzlry 111111 7ll'l'llSllI'f'l' . ljfflgflllll Clllfliflllllll MEMBERS ANNIE COHEN HIGGINS FANNIE GEORGE l'IIt2GlNS MARGARET HINTON EULA SUE KENIIIIER EUGENIA MARSH HIl.llIX lVII'l't'lIliI.l. LINNETTE MOORE IJUROTHY IQAINEY IVIARY SMITH LAI'RIE STANTON fkywrv fl If M I II , ' -l 1 ' ' ,f 1 JYKIQNIIVX . .NX JN I' ,L Q! IN I'Ic'TL'RE FROM TOI' - LEI-'T TU RIGHT - First VHTUI Childs, N PK-TURE FROM Tm, , LEFT To RIGHT - pin, ,-uw: Mad- Higgins. Second row: Dillard, Cunier. 1 1 den, Doster, Wliite, Biggs, Clarke. Second I row: Davidson, Dillard, Edmonds, I-Iartsliorne, Higgins. Third row: I-Iopson, Jones, Massey, Maxwell, M - Lendon, B. Fourth row: MCLendOn, C., Sayers. Cf Honorary 1"renrh Club wlzosff purpose is to study the life, fzzstoms. literature and authors of the Frenflz people. OFFICERS PATRICIA IVIADDEN . . . . . President HELEN DOSTER . . . Iyirc'-President ANNIE GRAY WHITE . . . Serretary IVIILIZRED JOHNSTON . . Treasurer MEMBERS IVIARTHA SUE ALMANIJ DORIS BARNARD REBECCA BIGGS DOROTHY BRONVN MERLE CALHOUN JULIA CLARKE NINI-X CHAFIN MARX' PEARL DAVIDSON LUCY DILLARD HELEN DOSTIZR CLARA JIII EDMUNDS DOROTHY FRAKER NVILLIE BELLE FREEMAN IVIARION HARTSHORNE ANNIE COHEN HIGGINS ELLA HOPSON HELEN JOHNSON MILDRED JOHNSTON IRENE JONES IXIARY EVELYN JORDAN PATRICIA MADDEN NIERLE MASSEY CARTER MAXWELL ELLEN MAYNARD BERNICE IVICLENDON CHRISTINE INICLENDON SARA IVIELTON EVELYN SAYERS HARRIET SHANKLE XVINNIE SHEPHERD INIARY SMITH RIILDRED SPENCE LAUREE STANTON VIRGINIA TRAAIMELL .LXNNIE GRAY NVHITE IXIARY XVI-IITE HELEN XVILLIS YQ, .QQ S2559 j j . K Q U ali' llyigk -ri,514QLAiif" 'O XXX li CQ-Wil IA 9 I R A lQlffQ5 M li If Il A L - if 51.5 llilfif .2e7. ,, , 7 . I I S ' Q 4. if I is ffxff-'Cf ' giqfj J I - 1' ag -264,31 I , TE lbs? 3 I fl NJ! f . N bfi X-Ii QIIEQZJMD rd, V it .I J J rg,-in ,VH K, ' lflfxylxvif R,-1' il 2 if JF., ,VJ ' U iii' N ,V t IQ, XL figs Fx Qkb,nCI -f -V. N A-lwkllf P'I.r.IA,fK TMJ! I-I ' ,fi J J MX J it J Ng' rf' LQJJI ff T11 fl, , ,Sigma IPI KPSI 1111 0I',f'IllIIZIlfIOll fo Xfilllllfllff literam' i11tf'1'esI in Ilze S . l'0Nl',g't', ?.Vf7Pl'lllll-1' 111 IUr1f111,g .vlmrt .S'f0l'lF.5'J jwlrzys, jwoetry and 1'1l'i1'o1'111fs. OFFICICRS BESS COWART . . . .... . . . President CAROLYN LATIAIER . . Vive-President GWENDOLYN JONES . . . . Secretary FRANCES ELLINGTON . . Treasurer IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - Iiirsf rozu: Cowart, Latimer, Jones, Ellington, F., Carter, Clarke, Ellington, L. Smsnzzd 1'O'zu: Fleming, Greene, Holt, Irvin, Jackson, Jernigan, Jones. Third row: Massey, McLenclOn, Nash, Pennington, Smith, Sayers, Steed. 1711111111 row: Tibbs, Wzxrcl, Wliite, Dillard. 1 BERNICE CARTER JULIA CLARK BESS COWART FRANCES ELLINGTON LOUISE ELLINGTON BESSIE NEAL FLEMIVIING JAYME GREENE ANNETTE HUDSON MARTHA HOLT JOSEPHINE IRVIN MEMBERS IVIONTINE JACKSON EUVA JERNIGAN GWENDOLYN JONES IRENE JONES CAROLYN LAQTIMER MERLE lVIASSEY CHRISTINE IVICLENDON LOUISE NASH NIARION PENNINGTON DOROTHY ROGERS 1 f HELEN SMITH EVELYN SAYERS HELEN STEED MARGIE TIBBS DOROTHY VVARD ANNIE GRAY WHITE MARY SUE WOODRUFF IRENE WOODWARD MIARGARET WILLIFORD VICTORIA NVILBANKS F fi ,P A my ggi QQ .,-, fy jf. K3 I-,fy Q rm -i .I!s,f'li1w5QLf,,Jp , 1 J P I Qi? Y VW, + '- N II,1 L Qin? GX .Q 'R U ' - All lllgf?-HU ,268. A , i 1 l ',., ..-11' I ' ' 'J' ' ' . XI ,, L I J f L " "tux EXT,-. ' f7"l W A A ' if J Lt- 'I If fi X f 1 , I, I, A ,I 1 .'fLS..e1 . Ggfome Economics 611119 X171 0l'g'IllliZIlfi0Il to zlewlop leazlffrslzip and to vrcfate ll better spirit of fefloivslzijw and an inieresl in Slang Alzliiozzfll, and Ilzfermlfiozzfll Ifonze lfl'0Il0lllil'S work. OFFICERS RUTH NIAYNARD . . . . . . . Presiflent HELEN SMITH . . l,il'?-IJl'l'SiI1FlZf CAROLYN IJATINIER . . Sei-1-via:-y RUTH DICKSON . . 7wl'l'Il.V1ll'6'7' mls- We '- 'Qu IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT TO RIGHT - First mtv: Maynard, Smith, Latimer, Dickson, Dil- lard, Ellington. Sceolzd row: Carlton, Hatcher, Flemmg, Pennington, Colquitt, Hale. Tlzird JO LYNN ADERHOLD KATHERINE BAKER GRACE BARRETT KATHRYN BASS CHRISTINE BRIM CHRISTINE CALLOWAY DAISY CAMPBELL ANNIE JIM CARLTON CORNELIA CARLTON AMANDA CLARKSON RUTH DICKSON LOIS DILLARD row: ClarkSOn, Calloway, Pool, Carlton, Jackson. 1 1 1 MEMBERS WILI,OUESE FAMBRO BESS KELLY IDELLE PENNINGTON ROSALYN FARGASON LAURA KIRRLAND RIARION PENNINGTON CLORA FITZGERALD CAROLYN LATIMER LINNELL PERKINS LOIS FLANAGAN LOLA BELL LIVESEY LOIS PETIT BESSIE NEAL FLEMING ELIZABETH LIVESEY BERNICE POOL FRANCES GEORGE ELLA LEVIE NTARGUERITE POOL HALLIE GRIFFETH ODEI.I.E MARTIN MYRTLE SLADE SARA ALLEN HALE DIIYRTIE LEE MCGO0G.AN HEI.EN SMITH LAUREE HATCHER CAMMIE lMlAYNARD SARA SOUTHER KATHLEEN HOBGOOD RUTH NIAYNARD ELIZABETH STEWART MATTIE KATE COLQUITT MONTINE JACKSON MAE MONROE MARGARET WEEE ELIZABETH JOHNSON LOUISE MORGAN EMELYN WESTEROOK OLLIE JOHNSON WILMA NIX EVELYN WILLIAMS LOUISE ELLINGTON NIARIAN PAYNE SARA FRANCES YYARBROUGH MARY YOUNG EMMIE LEE JORDAN LLL Cx f A 1 I 5 ,W O Timm, fxxil ff? HTYFTF' S Noi f X au- Y 'Staff f w D6 W T LQ ,,'?QgljL51kfi 'SK kExf!l I ,,i, , Vx I LQ mvfv r ,Z -'ii-:fi 'T fs X. lj-,IRL . ,f lx I. 'I If No , '1'ff K I N f ,f i.fif--ff - -ff A 11 L I if ffl 5 L if 5 H Ext J .S269. F ,,-i '+R , 1 f l 21 -P 4 . , lac - 'T T' 4 3 Valli! Zifi 15 332 , , ,k ,ax ,- gaps, f l ,l Sql khlfiqflu 'Wg XXV f-,,,7, I I ll lf: TT fi ' lwixiilll l I 4 j l gl-Lil. pill' l l Q 'Timm TN Q'T1'f'?,"'iQ4i -A91 TX NN foil 'KMVNII , , ri, A M ,1,rl,l.if,ag,sQMqf 4.L1:f H A-A we f I Q , A ll' if a.ff,Hfai Loral Sorority College of Education Campus. OFFICERS RIILDRED CFR.-XXYICK . . ..... , Pfg5i,1,f,,, AI.-XRGARli'I' ELLIOTT . ..... Judge RUTH ADAMS . . Secretary-Treasurer W if IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT T0 RIGHT - First row: Trawick, Bullock, Elliott, Adams, Brim, McGukin, Brooks. Second row: Nix, Krenson, Duncan, Walker, Warren, Blanchard, Collier. Third row: Henderson, Hollis, May, Taylor, Thompson, Staffragen, Barker. Fourth row: Burton, Miller, Spalding, Thomas, Blanchard, Coker, Hopson. Fifth row: Montgomery, , Parks, Martin, Smith, Turner, Williams, Arnold. RUTH ADAMS JANE ARNOLD KATHRYN BARKER AMELIA BLANCHARD JANE BRIM lVIARY BROOKS BETTY BRADBERRY SARA BURTON LOUISE COLLIER CORNELIA ARVANITI ELIZABETH BLANCHARD BERYL COKER MARY LOUISE HILL ELLA HOPSON DOROTHY MONTGOM ERY MEMBERS BESS DUNCAN VIRGINIA DILLARD MARGARET ELLIOTT KATHLEEN HENDERSON MELBA HOLLIS MARTHA KRENSON ETTA MACK MAY LUCILLE MILLER PLEDGES CHARLOTTE NIX ELLA PARKS FRANCES MARTIN VIRGINIA SMITH 1 1 1 LOIS MCGUKIN PATSY SPALDING EDNA TAYLOR ELIZABETH THOMPSON MILDRED TRAWICK VIRGINIA STRAFFREGEN JESSIE THOMAS RUTH WALKER ANNIE LAURIE WARREN DOROTHY SWANN LULA TURNER DOROTHY VERNER ELEANOR WALKER EVELYN WILLIAMS LOUISE WYNN ya IX Q Q VW FSR? Gig ll! l 7--jim, ,refs f V E ilil gl Nl fifl, ZKCQRES I fl ' f fl - - Bl. w ll l . 270 1 x S , 1 1 if H "' 'Y. ,I S, 97:-I I H, J V, , I I, I USLLQI, ' I I K f 2 , 'I,,,,LifQ .m3O,4x,z,,B W AHLA-A I I fl - ,J .5 , 4, Lg , 1 -'1 Up 'lon 655614 I . , . , L0LlllS0l'0fIf-17 Coflrge of fillllfllflflll Cl1ll1f71lX. OFFICERS RUTH ll'ICNEAL .... .... ....... I ' nzmlwff EVELYN HUNT . . Serrefary-Treasurer sa :S ..,... 40 WJ' nv 5' 'P' IN PICTURE FROM TOP - LEFT T0 RIGHT - 1:l'7'5f I'o1zv.' McNeal, Joulnert, VVillifO1'cl, Harris, Krumrine, Penland. Second Vow: Pitts, MCEllIC1Iy, WielIrS, Hale, Hall, Oelschig. Third rIfzu: Parker, Isbell, Brooks, Burton, Hunt, Moore. lfourtlz row: Hale, XVOOdward, XValker, Shingler, Simmons, Palmer. Fifth row: McGla1nry, Powell, Oliver. f , MEMBERS MARGARET BROOKS CELESTE MOORE LUCILLE PARKER MARY BURTON FRANCES MCEI.HENY MARY' RUTH PENLAND LOVIE HALE MAURICE MGGLAMRY DIGKSIE PENTICOST SARA ALLEN HALE RUTH MONEAL MARGIE PITTS BOBBY HARRIS TALLULAH ODUM KATHLYN POYVELL EVELYN HUNT ROSE MARIE OELSHIG DORIS SIMMONS EMILY ISBELL VIRGINIA OLIVER KATHRYN VVALKER PIELENA JOUBERT MARGUERITE PALMER ELIZABETH VVIEHRS KATHRYN KRUMRINE MARGARET XVILLIEORD KATHRYN LAWSON IRENE WOODWARD PLEDGES FANNIE LAURIE BREWSTER KATHRYN EVANS MARTHA STONE CORALIE BROWN MARY EVELYN JORDAN MARY VIRGINIA THOMAS DOROTHY BROWN EVELYN SHAW LUCILE THOMPSON HELEN COLLINS TULLIE LOWE SMITH WILLIE WARREN lfx no A f . MIN N771 KAI' ,f?fi7ffl'I VS I -3117 Ia XX ff' Yifkiik vb 5 j X 'gig LG iii: ,- .' 'PPNZI j 4' ,EQIP -11 K' 2 6 X ,I X Q 7: ,gl ml A+-Hd- f5'NNH If ,cgx ivff vj Qfffv AA IHQRQX I ,WR EI ' 'S I I I ff' f7 I i 'S I -LX Of nxrggf' . if , lf! 'I .271. ff". kt L R 1 .gy js A H 4k I if in O , m.. , 1 . I fy, V if f C 'Rf , ' ,"s " 7 l 'N ,. 'A A .,,l,,J RWD ,T If -Qi " M - if it 1 if w gs . A lfwugswyivbf -wx A ' 1 '+ A i I 'X 'Mt' '1 , l QR wi lx A fl ,ml ff 'L 'A lv K F is . f 'Wt Q rs ' f f N T513 A WEN A ' Jo IQ-ll -V7 4 gf' ll 'Jil 'alll L' is Q!!! 5 E W k'EQl1X ll ifllsl' l li LQK l X airs-N uw ' N A Nl 44 K fltyt lf f , ly Jim A T5 f , ll A' li 51 j Hi L 'gm College of Education . . J religious organizafion, open io ewfry -zvoman stu- ffenf, for Ihr purpose of gaining the realization of a full and rreafifte lift? through the gro-zcizzg hizoitilwlgff of religion. Miss RIOINA RIICHAEL . . Germ-al Secretary KIARGARET NVILLIFCRD . .... President ELIZABETH RICDON . . . . I'ire-President LOIS RICGUKIN . . . Rrforzling SC't'l'f'flll'-1' CARULYN LATIMER . . . Treasurer ffs 'DUN thas '7 saw- IN PICTURE FROM Tor-LEFT T0 RIGHT - First rotu: XVilliforcl, Rigdon, lVlcGukin, Latimer, Joiner. .St't'0Illi row: Carter, Carlton, Pitts, Wade, Ellington. Third row: Mitchell, Dickson. SARAH JOINER .... Biblf CABIN ET Chairman NIARGUERITE WADE, lVIARTHA NEAL . . Deziotional Chairman News and Publicity Chairman BERNIS CARTER . hlforla' Fellowship Chairman FRANCES ELLINGTON . Freshman Commission CLARA NELMS . . Sofia! Seriiire Chairman MARJORIE MITCHELL . PV. C. T. U. Chairman VICTORIA WILBANKS . . illusic Chairman REBECCA DICKSON, ANNIE JIM CARLTON . Rerejhtion Chairman I-Ionorary ilffenzber fpres. Staff S. V. RRIARGIE PITTS . Studrnf Volzuztrer Chairman illozfeniezzlj - A A f A 2 CG! "WT 1 ,LM X L15 or Aw tk il? QW T I kgjiitmfm QM E ,fs is, K ff 5 ml X 1 ff 4111 fi E Aff' on ' ' Bl E llljfiilll Q TQ. Q 1,15 Y ff '7 f Y ' 4 - ' ' 1 +4 Yr- 'Q 'Qs' 554901 ' X I' 32 152 --, 41 I v-X XJ I " 1 lfqgiigvp glfu, f A ly' ' fmlwj V- 'nf l 1 A 4 ,X 3 ,L Lf x ' ' bu, A Lwfw- fy- 4-m Tw MWF r"nffX:- T' '- K" - f 1 XX' x :l"U E" ,I . f is fmfijy 'W 'A ff! fx 7! I F . A -V X: - ,f A ,, ffl-pf' Alff fk My I , X Lf . 48 . ,L .4 -Qfgiffyv Rafi XA' Linh.. J' 3 f ff, X-V ,N Ani A, A ii fBOLptist ,Students Union Rfligiozlx Urigfuzizafioll. OFFICERS ELIZABETH RICDUN . . . . . IJI't'XfI,t'llf FRANCES I':I.I.INC'I'UN . I'ive-ljrmiflmzt RUTH DICKSON . . Sl'l'I't'f!lI'V1' LUIS DILLARD . . y'l'f'Il.Vlll'l'l' QL MV -egg? nw IN 1'1c'1'URl-3 FROM TOP - LEFT TU RIGHT - First razu: Rigclou, Ellingtrm, XVuodwar1l, Dillzml, SCL'U1ld 1'u'zu: Broach, MCPetCrs, Pool, Chafin. Tlzira' ruiu: Balkcom. 1 1 CGUNCIL EFFIE BALKCOM CAROLYN LATINIER RIARGUERITE Poor, REBECCA BROACH RUTH IVICPETERS URA TODD NINA CHAFIN CLARA NELINIS IRENE VVOODXVARD BERNICE PocxL A W A L 0 '1 H - if 51 1 ri ' .273. bs , K 1 ig ' 3 g ,A, ,I fi flu YW A I A I 'Liiff ii fi N f'V,I.iI,V,I,, ,I ffl, if 'T X X -it JQXJFZPJ V X ill Ggfzstor Glub The jmrfwose of this club is to study history as it is being marie. ,LA 5 'fling I ff L ff I 1 ,ij AW M444 Wifi X IX V ln , I I ,-,, A I,-lf: IFRQ7- W U .f X A few N 1 f I III If fl ta I I w ,A f V il "' , ef sand ,IJIPII f WO R 'if N it M1FIR,'V'.,1' MUJLL JM f liili, i fm - --I 11' vm OFFICERS NIARCUERITE VV.-KDE . . . .... ..... I 'residenf CATHERINE NVATERS . . . lfirst Vive-Presidmif RIONTINE lvl.-ARTIN . Semnd Via?-Prfsizlczzt XKTERA KEITH . Sm'refary-Treasurer A-.ni 'ZW' 13' W' ,.-Sf-lm IN l'lL"l'URE FROM TOI' - I,IfIfT T0 RIGHT - liirst Ifotu: VVade, Waters, Martin, Keith, Adams, Fourth row: Third mu Haddock, Hinton, Jernigan, Mackin, Jackson, Martin, Maxwell. 1 Balkcom, Beckwith. Second row: Biggs, COIner, Davison, Dickson, Dillard, Doster, Green. , I ,: ' I Parker, Rig MARY JULIA ADAMS EFFIE BALKCOM IRENE BECKWITH REBECCA BIGGS LUCY NELL CARTER EDNA COMER MARY PEARL DAVISON REBECCA DICKSON LUCY DILLARD HELEN DOSTER EMILY GREEN JEANETTE HADDOCK RUTH HIGGINS lOn, Shepherd, E., Shepherd, NV., Still, Trigg. MEMBERS SARA HINSON MARGARET HINTON EUVA JERNIGAN VERA KEITH FLORENCE LANDERS LAVERNE MACKIN NIONTINE JACKSON SHIRLEY MARTIN CARTER MAXWELL ZELMA MOTES CLARA NELMS MARGARET PARKER JANE PATTON EMMA GLA PERRY DOROTHY RAINEY ELIZABETH RIGDON ELIZABETH SHEPHERD WINNIE SHEPHERD ERNA STILL DOROTHY TIPPETT FRANCES TRIGG MARGUERITE WADE CATHERINE WATERS VICTORIA WILBANKS ITA R15, ,J V, ,vw If: C IQTIQL, 1? ff' .IX R' LJ, 'ff ,,,!I,i,'r.3q1,! 1 f VX , V.AlI gf l'ii',ivII,I:?1,i,h,J - I-N ii M Qfifill ill ZX! E KQEIQQUQQW QW 1 , X ff! ,7 nxt f 'X , ,f .1 .WHAT-DAF?-...-D J T Of fe I , 51. w Ulifill . 274 . BASEBALL ,fr-'u. im' 1 Wt! A A x iff-I , I V is l fl E. if . f sc W A .4AA V W F V,,A 1-32. H .,,. V Li ff 't ' 'Q--,,, Q' .X , -f m, ii A i 3 if--of fu H y ' 'wb' ...f kj' . j fl, I . A 5 iii 1 XXX' is m . ei i ff' .1 I N-. P ' 'J ' -. S X ' xx , 1 0, g ,gig Ill-l tirst budding signs ot Spring came Coach Bill White's initial call tor IQ33 Base- ball candidates. ln answer to the veteran coach's call, 25 men reported tor the tirst worlcout on old Santord field. Seven lettermen trom last year's squad were among the candidates 84 it was around these experienced diamond pertormers that Coach White formed the nucleus from which he developed his I933 team. During his stay at the University Coach White has sent torth some ot the best nines ever to play in Southern intercollegiate baseball circles. Prospects were bright tor a success- tul season with the eight monogram wearers returning, with promising players up from the . 275 treshman 84 the reserve lists ot the l932 season. Eight lettermen who reported tor practice: Leroy Young, catcher: Kenneth l-lamilton 8: James Nicolson, pitchers, Tony Frazzittas, third base, Lee Webb, shortstop: Marion Gaston, righttieldg Lawrence Costa, utility intielder, and Buster Mott, outfielder. The replacing ot Spurgeon Chandler, star pitcher, who upon graduation was bought by Newark in the International league, was the hardest job tacing Coach White. Other let- termen who did not return to the line-up were Vernon Smith, outfielder: Charlie Arnold, out- tielderg Ray Fleming, tirst base: 84 l-lut Parks, second base. X A-ww ff fit wif 1 N Qi W C A in lil-,VMQ ip. VL W if ?C.a y qv Q 'flew 4 X xt- 2 fi? fry? if 1- T X - T . ' f ' lk H i ,V 3 'N .lxrlgfd f, X745 ,V l, l NX Jian k g'1 E-3, Q00 era ,fgfrr fmlw xii, - XA Nik I ki 7 faseball lVI.XN.XGER POOLE COACH WHITE Kenneth Hamilton, left hander, Sc James Nicholson, also a veteran of last year, were ex- pected to bear the brunt of the mound duties for the 1933 schedule. Infield SC outfield positions N1cHoLsoN HAMILTON were easily Hlled by Coach White from his re- serve forces. During the 1932 season the Bulldogs played 17 games, winning 11, losing 6. The Georgia nine scored 93 points to their opponents' 85, took all the contests in a four-game series with the Georgia Tech nine. The Bulldogs got off to a shaky start on their 1932 Dixie League schedule by losing a pair of games to Auburn, defending league champions, in Auburn, with the scores marked: 3-1, 81 9-0. In the second contest, Lee Webb, Georgia sophomore shortstop, started off on a season's batting spree which made him one of the lead- ers in the league by collecting three of Red Sc B1ack,s safeties. hurler, the Bulldogs played such ragged ball afield that the stormy Petrels overwhelmed them 13-6 in their first game. Georgia committed seven errors afield. The second game of the series also saw the Oglethorpe team the victor. After a terrible second inning in which the Petrels scored five runs, the Bulldogs scored COOPER R. ANDERSON three runs in the fourth to lead 7-5, only to blow up in the seventh and ninth innings to give the visitors a 8-7 victory. The Auburn Plainsmen then journeyed over to Athens for a return two-game series with the Georgians. The Bulldogs came back with a bang in both games, won their first two tilts of the year by scores of 11-3, 5-1. Spurgeon Chan- dler, Georgia's speed artist, was in fine form Sz set the Tigers down with only five hits to their 3 In spite of their ten hits off the Oglethorpe O'KELLEY ENNIS jilfl 1, , - i gi- KT 5.4" C3 ,SLN Q61-7. SZ' ff' E JN f ff' 'ml 'N 1 .t... i t Q7 fist' - - 556111 , ff? 'I -.WT -FT f U - ,- G, - 31. 1 lifted: . 276 . ' A if ffff of if A if ' ' if 'ei Clif aaa args ,513 H Wi ll ,f0,,.li, gk f i Q Qjjnl' 9 A1223-' ZW' f . 4 "1' fifdilx Kg. T . J f T -f f I' 'Cf -5 Xalfji fllflfQ,f,' fig. 'Q '7 kg af f Ny if r L ' 5 1 1. may if ip T-mff-ra, ff - of 1 'fl' T' T9 f V il ' 'vt f 5,1 s if, 'r.rw1?w is K 3 fk s ' if ffl 7 Ml Qi' n A to ur fax ffl --L l Calyx S -ef ff" Mi . Q ,fiusw Amie A f P iBasehall credit in the first match. The Bulldog batters assisted him in fine fashion, banging out fifteen hits off Clifford Smith, Auburn's All-American pitcher. "Catfish" Smith took the honors in the second game by allowing the Tiger batsmen only four hits, not more than one of which came in MARTIN GILMORIE the same inning, while his mates rapped out ten safeties to put the game on ice for the Georgians. The Bulldogs continued their winning streak in their next two contests by taking their two games from the strong Florida nine, 2-1, 9-2. Spurgeon Chandler again starred by twirling al- most perfect ball in the first tilt to down the 'Gators in one of the most spectacular games played on the university diamond during the year. Except for a Huke hit in the second inning, Chan- dler Wasnlt touched for a safety until the ninth, when a high fly between left and center fields zoomed past the Georgia outfielder to give the 'Gator batter a tripple. The second Florida game was featured by Hut Parks' hitting and fielding. The chunky second baseman led the Bulldogs to victory with a home run 85 two doubles in three accredited times at bat. MooR13HEAD FINE Again the Georgians received rough treatment at the hands of Coach Anderson's Stormy Petrels 35- Xi . A. ANDERSON R. FLEMING when they lost the first of a two-game series, 13 to 0. The second contest was rained out. A Petrel barrage of four runs in the first inning seemed to knock the Bulldogs completely off their feet, for the Petrels continued going around the sacks in the second inning, five men crossing the plate before the Georgia hurler and his mates could register the three necessary outs. The , i iii., bf: ru.,-,iq-r Cos'rA Kay Oglethorpe team pushed two more runs across in the fourth inning, 85 then in the fifth added another two to their total score to earn an easy win in the scheduled seven-inning tilt. The next foe on the schedule of the Georgians was the traditional rival, Tech. The first series of the four games listed for the Bulldogs against the Jackets was to be played on the Tech dia- mond in Atlanta. Coach White had started the season off with a green bunch of infielders and with a seasoned outfield. The team had been fairly successful in their games, except for those with Oglethorpe which stood out as the Bull- dogs' "Waterloo." If Kfj'25sQ5f3l.,l1l5iHt .277. lNaQ-fi ii H XWQUNLJ ,X 4, lf PM '- . f ' ' A . Us-J f A ." K 55 git, if ,H 'i , J f ,- an VL "'C,'ifi.iil G O 1 Mn rica 515-if 4 - f .A " x ' if Tl 'T . O f fsf ' 1 ,fp lx -I l!L,' g Q x .-i K Q J K ' Gil, T rp C-ll 7143 f if f li at ll if ii?g .i ll QL it P:- .asa 9 iBaseball WEBB FRAZZITTA How the season was to be rated in the annals of Georgia's athletic history depended on the result of the four games with the Yellow Jackets. The Bulldogs journeyed to Atlanta, took both ends of a two-game schedule from the Jackets in one-sided contests. Georgia scored four runs in the second inning, one in the third, three in the KENDRICKS MOTT fourth, another in the sixth to down Techs nine, 9 to 2, in the second match. Georgia pounded Crowley 51 Sam Stribling for twelve hits in the first game to win handily, 8 to 3. The Bull- dogs scored all but two of their eight runs in the sixth period. Determined to revenge their two former de- feats at the hands of the Georgians, the Jackets came to Athens for the last games of the year. The Bulldog nine wound up the 1932 season in the proverbial blaze of glory, trouncing the ancient foe twice, 10-9, 5-0, to finish in second place in the Dixie College League with an aver- age of .615 for tilts played against league op- ponents. Following the Tech-Georgia series, announce- ment was made that Georgia Sl Georgia Tech would withdraw from the Dixie League next ing of Spurgeon Chandler, Sc "Catfish,' Smith's hit in the tenth inning which gave the Bulldogs the last game of the series. Chandler hurled the Bulldogs to three straight victories over Tech during the season, a feat which had not been accomplished since 1919 when Tom Philpot, former Georgia pitcher, won three from the Yellow Jackets. GAs'roN J. FLEMING After the last Tech game 4'Catfish" Smith was unanimously chosen captain of the Georgia nine. No captain was elected during the season, one being appointed for each game, but in view of his brilliant play for the Bulldogs it was decided to honor him with the distinction of being cap- tain of two major teams the same year. Smith also captained the basket-ball team which won the Conference championship. Besides the Dixie League games, the Bulldog nine won two tilts from the Clemson Tigers, 534, 10-8, 81 split a two-game series with South Carolina, 4-1, 1-4. SeaT1i1e features of the Tech series was the hurl- MCCLURE W, SMITH GX- f7 ' Y T' 1 A H 7 Q' - 4 Q ik :fn D , f 1, gif fw - 5 Abi L ., Z if X w rit -ll, X Ci? bb gf - N N -.. L Z 5 f l X 6' X Q 4 'X F' 'K ifaff - -- ii. he-.fini .278. BEAUTIES " Q 'Q 1 gf .4 , li 1 ' '-E' X' i Y' yr? Ft fr. iff 1 fy E "ei i I ff ft! csv. fl -N ' 'W VA fjfv ,. , M. A l fr ' li: , it f 1-.fi"if'. ' '5 'Qi' l 1 ' Q ,,, A f i f ' "n, i,f,,i 4 A .- 2.-ws., ww i .L as -' ff , ' : 'a4.J1E4 1. ie. :.r..xhva.:'i fr-X "f ' 4: -'Nix s- i - . f!N N .JN-i 7' -, f ' , 'jf , y 'I f .1 I t g il !.' E gg l g t V ill-Jig w 4 i pf ' 2. We .4,. 4 i r V' , ' I 1.-...,.....,4.iifz. , f , iyigy' , 'NNY I 93 A jr fs 5 5 ts 'iv :,.,"2Zagy,4' ll gli' : l U - g f,.w 1 I U 1 :V 4 531' 4 ' ,' 5 si f . ls ANDORA Editors, desiring interested re- ceptions tor their publications, realizing psy- chological value ot suspense, have postponed tinal announcement ot PANDORA beauty queens, let the yearbook be its own an- nouncer. Varying have been past methods ot select- ing PANDORA beauties. Each traternity 84 dormitory submitted two nominees tor beauty Section ot l93I PANDORA. I932, i933 PANDORAS, more trusting in voice ot peo- ple, made preliminary selection by direct pop- ular vote, permitted each student to make tive choices. This year these preliminary elections held simultaneously at Franklin College, College ot x . . Agriculture, 84 College ot Education chose twenty-tive beauties. Fear ot being swamped by superior voting power ot Franklin College 84 Agricultural College made the College ot Education electorate vote a straight ticket, greatly simplitying work ot tabulators, though intended tor an entirely ditterent purpose. When the tinal pictures were obtained, they were submitted to Mr. John LaGatta, eminent illustrator ot Lucky Strike-Do You lnhale? . . . Ot thee I Sing . . . -tame, who had graciously consented to act as tinal judge. I933 PANDORA wishes to express its appre- ciation and thanks to Mr. LaGatta tor mak- ing the tinal selections, takes great pleasure in presenting them. .279. NE M CRA TI-IGM V ,14 HF, A5 M , - f a V 2 Wx y K 1 .5: -'K w .f rl f . w 'gg Hmm HAMBV M255 LAURA XVEIT 55 5UE OL BN M! ' K L f MISS DOKUJXMNNONI 5 5 5 ' 2 55 DOROTHY .KIMEKELL M155 LOUMCGU KAN M155 MIM! BAKKOW 'W' w Mwscimra MOOLE - r A MISSAGQEBJ KNAGKN MDS LOIS WLLAKD . 286 . 55 MAILY XVINSTON SENICDIQS PROMINENT throughout the year, seniors teel the limelight's tull glare toward the ses- sion's end. There is the last-minute rush to get set betore the tinal gong, commencement. During the interim much can be learned by the up-and-coming. Disappointed politicians, having nothing to lose, dispense treely ot good advice. It is the wealc moment in the senior's lite and the prime season tor those in the making to learn the ropes. Seniors ot the class ot '33 tor tour years lived in the hope that "things would change" be- tore graduation . . . and things did change... tor the worsel Probably no class ever bade its Alma Mater tarewell with more reluctance. Be it said, however, to the credit ot the class ot '33 that unlilce other "Depression Classes," it pre- pared to sally torth to the battles ot lite with unembittered hearts. l-laving withstood the onslaughts ot Technocracy, upheaval 34 pre- dicted doom, this class wore no long faces, tolerated no pessimism, revealed in the happy secret that while the world stood still, it was but priming itselt tor the good times to re- turn. As graduation approached some said the "New Deal" was on hand. No one be- lieved lor wished to believel it more earnestly than the seniors. PANDORA, though actually 84 otlicially the publication ot the entire student body is pub- lished chietly in the interest ot the seniors, 81 it is particularly hoped that it will be a delight in tar-ott days to come to the members ot the pluclcy class ot '33. May its pages bring baclc to them dim but happy memories ot days gone by, ot tour years spent in preparation, 8: ending as the reorganized university entered a new era. May it revive the ardor ot once warm triendships in the day when triends have gone on into the beyond. J fir., .4 6,95 , . .287. 5 fy. fp ,Q mi R , 7 51' J, QW, Iffm V ' ,V Y 'Y inn ff I' lc'fV1I l 6 " It 5,1 2 'Ir 114144 QAXIYNRIKI ' f U ,I , I , 2 ffw,gI:f1II A ,vii U I' ' Q42 ' -IW Am , ,I S N 'IHS fliim I 'Pi'-f, f Nix "If 'If I If If I-23 WQAVQIIKIPA , M N173 X Sj'?'4'L IC M If- If I ff . I W I fm I - I ., A A 'ZA Inrkfff 1 I If Ji' HYFQV5j?gf Y K f,,Y A4 L, ---, ,' 1' 559 NWN U I 1, I W, 6. A . 123 I ffgigg I I eniors qranklin Gollege and Gollegc' of Qgriculture CLASS OFFICERS DELMAR THOMPSON .... Pravidwzt ABDA CONYERS .... Vive-Presiflent . LOYD IRWIN . . Sevretzzry-Trezzsurvr TOM DAVID . . Cnnzjms Lezuler Qollege of Education CLASS OFFICERS HELENA JOUBERT .... President EVELYN SAYERS . . . Vice-President IXIARTHA HOLT . . Treasurer I HELEN SMITH . . Secretary I A 1 A f N gf fm I vi A :ff , , .. A wi XIX T M lrlpfa QiFkEL'?Efili1Q'?,JQI - 7 I7 'Q X' L JA A AI I ASAA 11 -QMS f' X X i ,Q IO XIX I 9 1 'I -'FF'gdgF-- li QQ ' 5. UI fig I .288. W ' , A I N Z v W - .. - ,, 1 fix, Z on, iv fi, ,ry KX! K, 1 I 6 4 , .. 'FV if X, ,QL 1 It Y ,QQ fo- M . '- X7 F 715- M ' , , S 'MQ ,fx' ,fLlo! ,O , M' l J AC V , "Q" N fx AV fo N f O, f"""l X J fl!-U at-Y wj,,fffil+1fff,'Uk ffl ' A I- ,Q fmvg , nf Q O 1 P M ,: Q! N :HW fl-PN 'if' Wf If w 4 " M' ff . 5" 1' 6-w ,J f . , 1' T ,L-X1 WA- Q.-in ' Q "' H- ' I of Q , f ' Jr 4 - , ' eniors S SS Lumpkin Law School CLASS OFFICISRS ' DUDLISY COOK . . . President FREDERIC SOLOMON . . lift?-lJfESil1l'llf NORNIAN REEVES . . . SPl'I'FfIll',1'-7'l'Fl1Slll'l'I' ROGER COBB . . Chief Jm-riff Honor Com-1 HAMILTON LOKEY . . Justire of Honor Court ffl-IOMAS WILLINGHAM . Jzwtife of flonor Court V-1 is - sf ff ,QBYN MQ T-nligx ' 'm,!LJ1fT5 lftfixfgihiy -If fg E 7? QI: NN ,X f "eff f 4335, 'W?El- - 7 Eff QQ Q! "'N .f-Ziff-g'?ji-5 ,,K, 'NE Q wif ,fill fo Z O O 1 q, OFM' U M 4 f S xx ND A yi 2 ol! xxoolqe ggi-if OO O A O U fgj, 'O I ,. ,Q M . 289 . 1 I ..iqiiif', ik ff -, ff ' x im ,DX,,,.f, 4- -- I I 5,11 it if YT 1 Jff 1 1 f i " 1 X , . 1 1 I 'N 1 1 JAX l 1' X rl N X-gs 1' f Mt M, X JM L, f Q 1 X N f , , lf: ,Y ,ff x ' Ku I ,lrixf LIL1 " f ridll--fr fr'fi l, ' .J I l ' . l f, I XX ti' ff tl 'iff fl-' ' lf ' f f- Nl? ' ' A if-1+-I ,f -If tt te, fr if ,, 1 , A Q ff tx,-, 1 t fmxx K J ,Ili I ' ' ' QI ' EMILY ALEXANDER Forsyth Camlirlale for B.S.ff.E. Degree CHI OMEGA lloinecon Club. Y Y Y Y EVELYN AI,LGOfJD Marietta CrllzzlilfflteforB.S.E11'. Degree NVomen's Athletic Association, '30, '51g Girls' Clee Club, '31, '32g Pioneerg Class llockey Team, '30, '31, Y Y Y Y , WILLIABI S. ATWOUD Darien Czzndidaie for B.S.d. Degree Saddle and Sirloin Clubg Agricultural Engineering Club. Y Y Y Y LESSIE BAILEY Atlanta Cznzdizlate for .A1.l3. J. Degree ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Kappa Phi: President, XVmnen's Student Government. 132, ,332 President Zodiac, '31, '3:g Pioneer Inner Circle Secretary, Women's Student Coun- cil. ,3I, '32g Sophomore Representative, hVUI'l1E'!llS Student Council, '30, '31g Treasurer, Theta Sigma l'hi, '32, '33. ,K Ni Q GLW' IL f4'.lF'N"7f,lix R , Q., g Q' Q If 'IM' yix CUXNIEN r, 'ext X ri-flvfrdfg' 'rx f v 1 jp ple tllllfisii I if 5- ,Ulf ,ll 1 1 fltur fllll -ef ' QTUOTS ELEANOR GRAY ADAMS LaGrange Cazzzlidate for B.S. Chemistry Degree ALIJHA THETA Phi lleta Kappag Phi Kappa Phi: Zodiac: Girls' Glue fluh: Chi Omega Prize, 'geg Pioneer Inner Cl1'Clt'Q -ju' diciary Board VVOIIICIPS Student Government Association. Y Y Y Y JOHN C. ADAMS Athens Crzmliflate for 11.B.Ezl. Degree Y Y Y Y RELLIE WELDoN ADAMS Bowersville CiIll1Il,iIlllfFf0l'B.S. Forestry Degree "ll" Club: Student Financial Manager Athletic Associa- tion, '31-'33, '33-'33g .Xgricultural Club: Forestry Clubg lwrst Lieutenant, R. O. T. C, Y Y Y Y VVARREN AKIN Cartersville Canffiffafe for 14.3. Degree KAPPA ALPHA Thalian-lllackfriars2 International Relations Clubg Phi Kappa. I be -fs 1,A, I , 1 fi A ,An ca QI11 It ff' .Jw A,eAexig,'Ye1R44QTQ ii j QV NX X N fj Mi' L TDC '5 or A llaa l tl ll ,290. f f'l:Qfr1.ft-1 Vw ' . Miz Q23 f VW 'T . , fee.f,lfq.,eW A+ + f ei., i- . A It A 1 A-"1 4 ,N 1 4, ' 5 4+ , Q lil I .li T V ' ' , iff- 'L f f ,fy Xffjlxyffx it X '. Xi A ff, fm fwfr' wk A I V I Adqi X 3 Ml'A,..,! lynx,-Q! ff l l I 1 fXN'.I: y 4: ,pl 'g,K'T I IIT gfwx C X , V, wfttflffi iff-le A-ef if ie. ffl I if - ' it ' I li rf. ffl lm af-.Af t of I D .X i. i I f, ,,l,,w it , A, A eniors COMPTON O. BAKER Macon Camliflfzie for B.S.f1. Degree Gridiron: lilue Key: Aghon: Winner lfariners' Wleek De- bate: lfreshnian Debate: Biftael: Auburn-Georgia Debate: Agricultural Debating Council: Council: Circulation Staff Rell ,Iunior-Senior Debate: Demosthenian Debating anml Black: Business Manager of Red anrl lllack: lilec- toral lloarml of Recl and Black: Circulation Staff Agri- culturist: .Xgricultural Key Council: Demusthenian Key Council: Member Cast "Ten Nights in a liar Rooni:" .Xgrieultural lfconcnnies Club: A Charter Member of liconomies Club: Agricultural Club: l'oult1'y Science Club: 4-ll Club: Demosthenian: Campus Club: Olnl College Club: Presillent lliftatl Club, '33. 1 1 1 1 HQWARD CERESHAM BAKER Gore Cazzrfizlzzte for B.S.J. Degree Track and Cross-Country Team. TZQ, '30: 'l rack Team, '33: Alpha Zeta: Georgia Agriculturist Staff, '30, '31: Agricultural Club: Samlclle aml Sirloin Club: 4-ll Club: Poultry Science Club. 1 1 1 1 EFFIE BALCOLNI Georgetown Cr1n1Ii1l1zz'efor,1l.B. Degree Athletic Associatioii, '30-133: B. S. U. Council, '31-'33: llistory Club, '33: Student Volunteers, '313331 Symphony, 33. l 1 1 1 1 MARY HARPER BARNES Ellaville Candiflrzfe for I-1.13. Degree Y. W. A.: Pioneer Inner Circle. 1 LEILA sl. BATES Dublin Cafzdizlate for B.S.H.E. Degree l'hi Kappa Phi: Zodiac: Secretary Zofliac: .Xlpha Mu: Secretary Alpha Blu: Ilomecon: l'oultry Science Club: 4-Il Club. 1 1 1 1 O. H. W. BEALI5 Savannah ClUI1IIlllIfPf.Ul'jlI.S. Degree 1 1 1 1 JOHN LOWRY BEAVER Gainesville CIllZIiiIfIlfF for ACB. Degree SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Cmnnianfling Infantry, 133: Senior Round Table: Junior Cabinet: Meclal for llest Drilled Individual, '3o: First Sergeant. Company Il, '31: Lieutenant Colonel, Comnianrl- ing Infantry, 'pg 'lennis Team, '31: Captain Tennis Team, ,322 Runner-up Southern Conference Doubles Tour- nament, '31. 1 1 1 1 ALEXANDER H. BEAZLEY, JR., Crawfordville Carzfflzlale for B.S.C.E. Degree SIGMA CHI Tau Kappa Phi: A. S. C. li.3 First Lieutenant Infantry. ff-Ti GX 'fi Q 7 l I A I Pg! -fsqe-Qi: XT an R A J . 291 . .I -V .iii A 'l "-ll 4.3 'fl h 2 5-1- .7.. I XTIIWI g I ,. , 1 . f W -, .- . ' .mf Y f- 'Ni i r I 'y'- X EN " X l yfx' 'v.flAf,!1X I I Iv xiyl ., . I W ., A-X 5,-. -., I I .g I ,I X X I. ., 4 I- v Q ni, x X Y , .Buff , W .71 ,X I ll, X I - P A agkee: X33 . ef Pl I C5 Y? L" ,. My It Y we lvl kiwi N ' lr lf C " ' A ' fi, :fc b x qw fr I fi XX 1 fp X , ix g qiggiwcgf, ' K w love, xf 'Y I x jf l E X ,I 'lil N 0 M! . f f I I Z L! f lg l I i 1 It ,f Si ...ggi yi llixhq JOSEPHINE BOND Toccoa Carzdizffzle for B.S. dr! Degree KAPPA DELTA Swimming Team, '31, '32, '33g Hockey Teamg VVOman's Athletic Associationg Girls' Glee Clubg Thalian-Black- friarsz Student Cnuncil, '32-'333 Dolphin Club. 1 1 1 1 JOHN PARNELL BONDURANT Athens Cafzzlidate for B.S.C.E. Degree KAPPA ALPHA N Phi Kappa Phig Secretary-Treasurer, Student Chapter A, S. C. li.g Colonel, Cavalry. 1 1 1 1 HELEN BOSTON Calhoun Candidate for I1.B.Efl. Degree Athletic Association, '31, '32g History Club, '31, '32. 1 1 1 1 JULIA ETH ELYN BOWEN Lavonia Candidate for I4.B.Ed. Degree Q iteit .L A A ii,l,fP'i,lliiii JM ,tiflltga eniors A. ATLEE BIRD Rossville Candidate for B.S.C. Degree Alpha Kappa Psi Award, ,32. 1 1 1 1 SAM BLUESTEIN Darien Cazzzfiffzzte for B.S.C. Degree TAU EPSILON PHI Phi Kappa. 1 1 1 1 WILLIAM A. BLUN Savannah Candidate for ,J.B. Degree SIGMA AI.PHA EPSILON Gridiron: Blue Key: President S. IX. li. 1 1 1 1 ANNIE MARY BOLTON Winterville Canzlizlaie for B.S.H.E. Degree llumecon Club. P Q f1g,Qt'l, Al Fl 'F - 1. IW CR-3, if ii :Pi QP an ll? Willl lr? ferr f l X I A Ii 5 A - A V All I lilCElI'i .292. 1 1 - - I Y ,, , ff --I ' I I if' w , 'f , .I A, ,I I , 1 n,',,"f,f , A I , ,yn . . I , . 4. t . , R .,, 'V S , . N 1, - - 1 - - 1 . , .N Q! 1 ? , ' I K I V fl V1 III l C 1 I. WNW' ' I I r-My--,.-ff'wJ"Sll l I f' All i,.c, ?a 7 ,1'.l"'i girl H :A f lit- 1 ij lf X X ffl, I ik K A X 9 V , 4 Il 'I ' ' M5 J ' Q1 I A 'gg , " 4-jlrj X? in ' 7' 'I LI ' 1' i. .X fit, N i' N N ' ii' -. LI' I ' I Zgn' 1. GTIZOTS NELLIE BLANCHE BOWEN Americus l'iO1Ieer Clubg Y. XY. A.g Transfer from Bessie Tift COI- lege. ROBERT CLAYTON BOWERS Royston I'IIi Kappa Literary Society: I'II'6SIlll1llll lfuutball, Basket- ball, Track, and lluxingg Varsity Track, '32. '332 Y. M. V. A. Cabinetg Landscape .Xrchitecture Clubg l'reSiIlent, 1'i Kappa Alpha. SOPHIA BOYD Tignall Bachelor DAISY Altioria Clubg Y. Calzzliflate for B.S. Dzfgrrft' ALPHA TFIETA Cmzzlirlnfe for B.S.E1l. DI',Ql'?l' PI IQAPPA ALPHA lgl Canzlizlate for fU.S. Degree Of Science Degree. BOYKIN Halcyondale Cfznzlizlfzte for .1.B.E1l. Degree 'ylj Literary Societyg Athletic .Xssuciationg History VV. C. .. I MRS. FRANCES H. BRANDON St. Marys Canflizlate for ,1.B.lfzl. Degree A 1 1 1 1 JAMES COLUMBUS BREEDLOVE NV:1tkinsville Canzlizlate for B.S..1f. Degree 1 1 1 1 PAUL FRANKLIN BREEDLOVE VVatkinSville Czzmlizlate for B.S.J. Degree 1 1 1 1 JOHN M. BRENNAN Savannah Candidate for xl.B. Degree LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Blue Key Council, Par14Hellenic Representative: Auburn Debate, Intercollegiate Debating Team, '32, '33. junior Senior Impromptu Debate, Demosthenian Key Circle. 1. YYYY Nr: Y iiijir Q- ,NW L ' :X I I A V71 gpg T,5L?3im -Q,C:v1,: X541 ff? fffeeeitfl 2 1 xl ? QV ttfifreefe fa J QQXIA It ff be at ' f H lx f ,P vii-'N f "1 I ffm :e f 2 l - ill. , went . 293 . ,, K A .A lf of raw A 1701 P if law -4 . -x5.Q,.A,i?jiA4?Kl f ,g g "gig tjti SA?-N in "fm - . I , j P 'D "'ily'l:CQ! C 1' 'i 'V 'I-I' f.y'iY'-', , ikii'-R Al . Y A Q 'vfj'1Q?Qj,j Tfffwf . XtHKgw Viwmzffqwwh WXFUW RiWVM?lblOAbQ MQQEWQX I ,hw ,-, fd ty' J lf' tr I , I A I' ' I 7 ' " ' 'fl' cj tra, , , , . ' 'i ' " -if Qyraeafrw -C ff 'ln ill 'tl sl Q A lll Anfllis-fa fgaetfgn.-523' l BILL r.FILI.lNIAN BROWN Martin Crznflidaie for B.S.1f. Degree Circulation Manager Red and Blaelc, '30, '3I1 Agricul- tural Club: F. F. G. Club: 4-H Clubg Saddle and Sirloin. 1 1 1 1 EDWARD THOMAS BROWN Atlanta Canzlizlafe for LL.B. Degree LANIBDA CHI ALPHA Sigma Delta Kappag Pan-Hellenic Representative, l2Q, '3Og I'reSitlent, Lambrla Chi Alpha, '33, ,332 llantlg Demos- thenizln. 1 1 1 FERD CFHOMAS BROWN Acworth Crzndizlale for J.B.J. Degree SIGMA DELTA CHI Associatc liilitor Red and Blaelsj Campus Club. eniors JANE BRIM Reidsville Candiflafe for JB. Degree CHI OMEGA Altioria Literary Society, '3O: Athletic Association, '3og Latin Club, '3O3 Sigma Kappa Nug Y. NV. C. A., '30, 'll 'ze 'zz , v .-1 ..- 1 1 1 1 THOMAS MARK BRITT VVinter Haven, Fla. Canzlizlate for HSM. Degree 1 1 1 1 NORMAN E. BROOKS Gordon Cazzdizlaie for B.S.F. Degree Alpha Zeta: Alpha Xi Sigma: President of Forestry Club: ASSiStaut lilusiness Alanager Cwj'fl7'L'.YX 1fIIUL",i'32Q Business Manager Crvfress Intec, l33Q Agricultural Clubg Forestry Club. 1 1 1 1 CORNELIA EROOKSHIRE Grayson Cmzzlizfate for J.B.Ezf. Degree Girls' Glec Club. '3l- '339 l'iuneerg Transfer from Bessie Tift. 1 1 1 1 GEORGE FOSTER BROVVN Marietta Canflidate for B.S.C. Degree CHI PHI be I A A fi f CV .QA ll 'ff' '-YM fx ef jQflAe.Ai1. A I l- W lllw Qlhtfifa wad -. A N I N.fF5f'QX ri A ' 57" Q!! Qi HW 'Rf 'W TTT l-1 - EI Q lb 5? If l TM! I S I QU,lQmM1llitZQ Qt' Q S' fl l ff Q It X I l y f' A l BU ' - - Bl. E llpffill .294. H X A vi ,flf f" is Urfflx l f A . lg' M Ciaffr 4l4f,fz'.f" , 1, W. ,4l?fl,lDX'll ' ' 1 X . 1, J .VTX Mfr rg, 1 'I g 'filnflf ff, X 'ff I l 1 N ' l E l -1 ' A 1 Sl .1 . ff RW .1 -llefiff Fr-TW? Ll 1' - 'A fv"l' 'l F ll Vl T T -+T1 I X 4 Uilfyjlx ?'l?L!vff7lbYrlf'f R51 ni tl VY 1-3, .N , ', ,Wig N ' . lr , , if ' . ,Ly . f '- T " ' 1 u ' , r , I , ff- , Q1:ifi'SwX'1Th 3 3 1'-+4 T" l' 'TY Llf X9 Olaf! X ,lllf A .5 Q 1 R' 'uf Y Y GR.'XCE BROWN Coleman Cflllllillllff' for ,f.lJ'. Dfigfrwf' Altiorin l.itera1'y Sociutyg ,Xtlllc-lic .Xssociatiorn '31, '35 Cllemistry Club: Y. NV. C. ,X. 1 1 1 1 JAMES A. BROWN Royston Clllllfillllfl' for J.B.f. Dfsfrff' 1 1 1 1 KENDRICK M. BROVVN Sharon CII1IIIillIlfl'fUf B.S.C. Dzjgree' XVILMOT REYNOLDS BROXTON Unadilla Captain, R. O. CIlIIKJiIjI1ft'f0f B.S.C. Dfigwe T T. C., '31, '32, T eniors PHI DIZ LTA TH ETA 1 1 1 1 SARAH FRANCES BRYANT VVinterville Cazzflizlnfaf fo 1' 41.13. Degrre l'l1i llcta Kappa: Zmliacg Pioneer Inner Circle: Reporter, J Kappa Iella Pi, '33, 1 1 1 1 CEECRCE NOBLE BURNETT Carrollton . I fJIllIlJIl1IIfl'f07' 13.S.C. Ilrgzwf I l'l1i Kappa l'l1i: lk-lla Sigma l'i1 llcm llflllllllfl Sigma: 5 Ylce-l'rcs1clu11t, f'Ull1IIlCl'CL' Vlulr, l 1 1 1 1 A IJCROTHY ANNA-x BURNS Atlanta C1111ffi1f1.'ff' for lf.S.f'fff. Dt"Qfl'l'l' . K.fx1'v.Ax Dlil.T.-X l l':1n-llcllenic, '33, '331 l'rr-Sirlent, Kappa llClIfl, '32, '33. l I 1 1 1 1 5 31 JOHN AIILTON BURNS Athens " S 3 Crzmfizlaie for flI.S. Degrrre' X5 :ff fbx flaw Jil - fb- R A R WW S--in - of ff' X .l p Z f xx f -"- if wif fi ,ZS El 'QS' gl ill TK S l l l ' 523 3 of J fi X' 0 C337 X ' 'T'1' ' ' ' U Q55 ' ' ' 'lll 1 lflfsill ly l . 295 . , l . - 1' fx! "1 ' 71' ' . ' 'Q 1' z 1 Wy? F1 . G ew! x G U I Ir, , 1- W I 6, 6,L. , :Ili .,...'-1 .Ea2if.133w H if Q1 . '-ss. e 112512 CW 41.1751 A ' ff 1v.- . A . A 1, 1.1.11 . M Ll .4 A . leon iii , er A.. O ' .'," l,lii.' 1' "Ni 1 -1 'H lliil 'W' 'Kfl if I W, fi 'N Qv' Vi 'l l l ll l X 1 1 1' ' , - 1, X '1 ' . ' 1 'ix ' :mm 'N QVg'fffQ,,f .:f,f.fg 1 fi fff U- 1 11' in 1 M1 A21 1 J w11lfa Af-ee ' eniors EDDIE MAE BURSON Monroe Cazzdidate for B.S.f1.E. Degree lloniecon Clubg Y. VV. C. 1X.1 Poultry Science Clubg 4-ll Club. Y Y Y Y IONE PAULINE BURSON Monroe Carzdiflrzfe for IJ'.S.H.ff. Degree llaskct-ball, 2331 "fi" Clubg llmnecoii Clubg XV. X. 1X.g Y. XV. C. A.: l'oult1'y Science Clubg 4-ll Club: lloclvzy 'l'eCuns, '.2Q, '30, '31, '3JQ llIlSE'll2lll 'lez1n1s, '30, '31, '32, '33, Y Y Y Y RUBYE ELIZABETH BURSON Monroe Camlizffzte for B.S.1f.E. Degree NV. A. A.: Hockey Tennis, '29, '30, '31, '32g Basket-ball, '30, '31, '3:3 Baseball, '30, '31, '32, '33g "G" Clubg Hom- econ Clubg Y. VV. C. A.g 4-H Clubg Poultry Science Club. Y Y Y Y RALPH B. BURT Dawsonville Canzlidate for B.S.1J. Degree .Xgricultural Clubg Demostlienian: F. F. of Ga. Club: Lieutenaiit Infantry, R. O. T. C. SYBIL MAE BURT Crawford . Crzrzzlizlate for B.S.H.E. Degree Y Y Y Y NIABLE BURTON Athens Canzfizlate for ,1.B.E1l. Degree .Xdelante, '331 Symphony, '32g Town Girls' Club: Y. XV. C. A. Y Y Y Y GRAPELLE BUTT Blairsville Candizlate for d.B.1i1l. Degree Glee Club: Pioneer Inner Circlcg Kappa llelta Pi. Y Y Y Y ' HULDA CAIL Sylvania Candi1lateforB.S.I".E. Degree President, Women's Athletic Association, '32, '33Q Pres- ident, Dance Club, '32, '33g Hockey Team, '30-'33, Cap- tain, '31, '32: Basketehall Team, '3o"33, Captain, '32, ,332 Baseball 'le-am, '31-'33, Captain, '32, '33g Glee Club: Manager Basket-ball, '31 '32 g '... eYggl.-5j1.---.. if W 51 -.ETX A B Dy 13513 l.t.Q .,w X-we :ff fjm S K -L Je ,x'il,qi:gLfN',lLf l 1 F35 NX ' W of il1i91."Q'g3!-,E .x no ill E l Ulf 'D L Il - ll. we li t .296. . C ' Z-3 1- , If , '- Q A 'ffm ,J , , '35, ,jay f lfxxx ,fi'x,"'f53' fefffii 'J G A ' , QL H ,f1g"I',"L ' I guy, 'L 2L4,if3,f, r ' fl. Ali: KRQIVPQT . X' ' Y,"l I I i- ' xg 7 fill? 713' 'I' A 5 3 .L I, , V X M5 nf 1 J J K f'xs ' li -N ik , .V IJ I Y Y XX 'I V' s, -.-X -2.2 4' -ll "Mil if ffl 'W AVL 'DIL' UNI' I. j , I' ' --:J 'fail' ' , ' ' W I Vi A A 7 4 A f, ,N V,-.I IZA falgffi I wp I ,Mix 5, P: ,, Q44 , ,f 3 . Dwi. few fir li ff I . I fl , fi . y f I I I ' It Af..-x . ' -as IMA ff' if ll uf.. ' I lu ,AJ I , A eniors I CLIFFORD W. CALHOUN, JR. Columbus Crzzzdidate for B.S.C. Degree llelta Sigma Pig Manager l'OlO: Manager LaCrosse 1 1 1 1 RICHARD D. CALLAWAY Washington T Canzlidaie for 14.13. Degree Captain Lacrosse Team, '32, '33, lfreshman Lacrosse: Vice Campus Leader, Cheer Leader: Senior Round Table, Lieutenant Colonel, Cavalry. 1 1 1 1 I GEORGE B. CARELLAS Savannah Czuzdizlzzte for B.S.C. Degree Polo Team, '29, '30, '3I, ,321 lfencing Team, '29, '3Og International Relations Clubg .Xssistant Military Instruc- tor, R. U. T. C.: iJ6IIl0SlllSl1lZlll. 1 1 1 1 ANNIE JIM CARLTON Canon Candizlate for B.S.I'I.E. Degree Altioria Literary Society, '3Og Athletic Association, '3O. '3I, '32, '33g Chemistry Ciub, '30, '3I3 Class Treasurer, '32g llomecon Club, '30, '3Ig llomecon Club Council, '32, '33: Quadrangle, ,32, ,331 Y, W. C. A., '31, '32, Council, '33. JOHN WILLIAM CARLTON Titton Cmzzlidrzte for D.I'.fU. Degree 1 1 1 1 RICHARD L. CARPENTER Elberton Candidate for B.S.f1. Degree ALPHA TAU ONIECA Saddle and Sirloin, Demosthenian. 1 1 1 1 BERNICE CARTER Loganville Cazzdidafe for ,f1.B. Degree Adelante, ,3I, '32, ,331 Class Vice-President, '323 Kappa Delta Pi, ,33Q Quadrangle, '32, ,332 Sans Souci, ,32, '33: Sigma Pi PSi, '32, ,333 Reflex Staff, '31, '32g Beil Tower Staff, ,331 Wk-sley Foundation Council, '31, '32, '33. 1 1 1 1 ROBERT LEONIDAS CARTER Athens Candidale for 1ll.S. Degree ' J Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, '31-'33. CSR. W, ., S fi gf? T s.1,3aLs 'I'1 ' :CC , f It lh 1 l I t f C Mg: 3 " ' 1- f T ri,-I . 297 . .A ls .51 All fl I A 'CLS fe fag My Flat , . 414 J 1 I Nu 'I ? mg ggi D A - I ...I-mf - .. "fx 2 . I I I L, I ' V , W ' Al MJ ' 2 IgfgV',,fsli1'g7,j"j' fu I X ' fag ' lg i l i ' he high R ir Anvil OMC!" 'if' " If QM y ' i' 'F -1 qi i S' TU, fa' QL 'ink Xtf?fJfA I '41..i'fvf- liliilb 4 g l.,,f Q A ill! "ii'i1,A J MMI, in 'f ' fMf ' 'f D w- 1 A I A eniors GLADYS AGNES CASEY Gillsville Candidate for 3.S.H.E. Degree Homecon Club: Y. VV. C. A.g Y. VV. .'X.g 4-H Club. Y Y Y Y ROBERT GRIFFEN CASTEEL Metasville - Candidate for .i7.3.Ed. Degree ' Y Y Y Y AUGUSTA CHAMPION Athens Candidaie for 14.3. Degree Chemistry Club, '30, '31g Science Club, '33Q Town Girls' Club, '30, '31, '32, 1 1 1 1 JOE IRA CHANDLER Atlanta Candidale for 3.S.C. Degree SIGNIA NU Varsity Basket-ball, '32, '33Z Freshman Basket-ball: Freshman Baseballg G Clubg Vice-President, Freshman Classg Alpha Kama Psig Phi Kappa. LILLIAN CHANDLER Swainsboro Candidafe for 51.3. Degree PHI MU Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi. Y Y Y Y SPURGEON CHANDLER Carnesville Candidate for 14.3. Degree ALPHA GAMMA RHO Varsity Football, '29, '30, '31: Freshman Football: Var- sity Baseball, VZQ, '30, '31: Freshman Raseballg Track. 'zgg Freshman Trackg Freshman Basket-ball. Y Y Y Y AGNES CHILDS Jcnkinshurg Candidate for 14.3. Degree Chemistry Club, '31g History Club, '31, '32Q Math Club, '31, President, '33. Y Y Y Y WILLIAM F. CLARK Gainesville Candidate for LL.3. Degree Morris Law Clubg Demosthenian. I . .1 A F If 1,51 e ef if ,ff r.,f,e1QA,g.a 1 ,L ,yyl If 1rzrLff'q5,ilre ,.AAf, is 111 DQ ,A 5 V: I ' Willa +9 Qi Qi li is if fx l l H ye 'fe-f?:F l 'elif fb' Bl. Es Ulifil' A .298. ' ' ' 'JY .V 4 1. I Y I ' I , . I 11 . . , A 1 1 ,, K I 1- 5-4 f ' . , ' 1 xxx'-5 ,In X -Y YI V Y. ' JL i .M 1417 Q fl X1 I7 J 1 . " 2 ' , 1 ' I f' ' 4 ,U-, ,,, gi. '. ,, x '1 t - '- 1 11 . IL, , L - 1 Tx-9f'f I 'if' . ' ,' . 'N '1 ' ' ' " 1 V - - I ' -. ' , ' I If v N'l ylll MJ ll! -l 1 rig lt W f I l 'C f ' W N 1' ll f I I I 1 1 f x ll fl X l , A 4 X It H , , J X I 4 , Y, Qfoxlllfl fir-I ff U- rfIfli1fI:W,'51- I7 I I - ' I Nw I 1 L 1 L11 I - Q L, , I--mpg' x xg U A ' VI- Nm ,-I-4 A Xu 1, y l 1 i It I Q 'N Q lg- it X5 Alla Kms' fl l "I lv ffil N f if I' I ly, V! Q ll? W l 4 2, A F' , . 'C -, f . , . . f , 1 ,1 -ilwdfff n' A---l I ff ' ,N 1". I , I , ' , 1' 1 ' 1 -" X,,.4,2Y.z V ' " x.f ,. if " - L eniors ' JOHN PAUL JONES CLAY Cuthbert Canzlizlate for 1lfI.S. Degree .Ks-zistant llCllZ1l'fl'IlClll Of Cliemistry. 1 1 1 1 JULIAN DIEEN CLEMENT Buena Vista CYIIIIIHIIIUB for B.S.C.E. Degree XvlCL'-l,I'CSlflC1lf, University Of Georgia Chapter, ,XnIcI'icaI1 Society Of Civil 1'1llglllCC1'S1 Secretary-'lreasurer, Tau Kappa Plli. 1 1 1 1 CFIINT B. CLOWER MOI-ven CIllllli11Ilft'f.0I' D.1'.flI. Degree 1 1 1 1 THOMAS MITCHELL CLOWER Lawrenceville Canflizlate for B.S.C. Degree ALPHA TAU OMEGA Upper Ten Per Cent, Of Clasa. l.lQ, '3O: IIOHOIJS illayg I'I'e5iIlent, Alpha Kappa Psi: lfirst Lieutenant. R. U. T. C.: llC1I'lOStllt'l1lZlll. J BENNIE C. COBB Sale City Cf1lIIJiIJIlfFf0l'B.S.F. Degree .Xlpha Zetag Alpha Xi Sigma: Business llanager Cyf'rv.v.v Knee, '32: B'lZlll3j-ICI' Of VVOOtlClIOppeI's, i3.2Q l'I'esirlent. liorestrv Club, '3:g .Xgrieultural Clubg Future l'-Z1I'l!lCl"S Clubg DeIIIOstiIeIIian. 1 1 1 1 JAMES H. COBB, JR. Savannah C!ll1I4lill!lfFf0l' ,J.B.J. Degree DELTA TAU DELT-X C1'itliI'OII: l'lIi Kappa I'lIig Presirlent 'l'lIaliaII-Blackfriars, '32, '33Z l'an-llellenic Representative: Sigma Delta Chi: Inte1'natiOIIal Relations Cluhg Rell and Bluff: Staff: Bif- taclg Presitlent Delta Tau Delta: "X" Club: Phi Kappa. 1 1 1 1 ROGER S. COBB Blairsville Camlidate for LLB. Degree LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Gridiron: Chief Justicelllonor Council, '33: Honor Council, '3z: Chief JUSTICE Toombs Law Club: Yice- Clmncellor Sigma Delta Kappa. 1 1 1 1 SOL COHN Columbus Candidale for B.S.C. Degree ALPHA EPSILON PI Pan-Hellenic Councilg Biftadg Captain, Cavalry, R. O. T. . C.g Phi Kappa. 1-fQ'T:ffjiT vile FL A If 5 A T fl' lf lf'FLF3l1TLf - -A-1,- 'Y' lil: 'B i1ff'e'i5fe f 1 It X IW G7 QI, J Z Qi? XX ZX 4, I 1 05 i'G5l" - - I Bl w, IIfT.I' . 299 . 4 , f-43 . , lt -'J ,vp .-Y 1 1 fini 1 - 1 ,. A .AT 'wg H! ' if gif- .Ji W ' 1 S - .Q ,L lar esifmi Nl ,W 1.31 A 6, - Q eg, Q ,jif:ff+ J 4,25 ' 'kf'CtQifiv't it O , f Y Nw If if fkfi tx ' l W - - X, : S C , L W 1 it I Z ,M ,xv 4 ,AJ in H 1 , .V fn vp -ilvffftifjui' if xiii ,' , .fx ' V. N will , Y fl A QQ, X 435-if -gg, f7'f N . l , fl-N .4 ,',, Al, J ft A 4 ' , f,-4, A .,, lisp! ll ,l .. lphhd - if ', .' A i l'-T-A V 3' lf ' H! I , X ,W I u, ff ' Y X iz wr", I ' " !'MA"',, X ,f .X 'NW lllh Y ,ff L -1 '- .' ' -A-'H V rl' f ll? N. 'I' i r' xx J 4 .ilwmxlx U' X6 lihl JSUFLNZM Yf-Lg!! -r-9555.9 I eniors JAMES NIAURICE COILE XVinterville C111111i11f1tef0r B.S.C. Degree l'l1i Kappa l'hi: Kappa Delta Pig Upper Five l'er Cent. nf Class, ,32 llOnOr'S Day. S. CRAWFORD COLE Atlanta Camlizlate for B.S.J. Degree Varsity Lacrosse: Freslnnan Lacrosse: Aghonz Secretary- Treasurer, Saddle and Sirloin, President, Poultry Club. SARA ELIZABETH COLE Bowdon Cflzlzffdzlte for B.S.fl.E. Degree My llunleeon Club. aaa-idk 'I!"4' 21' THOMAS W. COLE Chamblee Cmzzlizfrzte for B.S.,J. Degree .Xghong Vice-President, Agricultural Clnbg Saddle and Sirloin. CLAUDINE COLEMAN Athens A C11r1rfi1f11feforJ.B. Degree 1 1 1 1 ROY COLLIER, JR. Atlanta Candidafe for .-1.B. Degree CHI PHI 1 1 1 1 VVILLI.-XM O, COLLINS Athens 5 Cmzzfidafe for .7lI.S.ff. Degree 1 1 1 1 ELIZABETH COLSON Savannah , Candidate for B.S. Fine Arts Degree ' Art Club, ,30, ,313 Athletic Association, '30, 31, 32, 332 Crystal Staff, '31, '32, PANDORA Staff, 335 Sketch Club, , ,3I, President, '32, '33. ' V . flffl L A - - - W lf?-, QRSWW S EE t Alla A 2 f 1 KX wi A . . Q A A SAS J A CAM fa A f E. A . X . -Hema, S Sw fe QP fl it St 2 A A gl 2 ft an Ll LJ f ' t , ff V'-92' ,vi 1, l ' 3 "E fi wif' ' 51. 5 lllmgjl .300. L t- i' A l 4 if . X., , w -Y . .f . ,Lx 4, A- - 1 Q 1 -, .1 uw'-A f aw ,Y l.,,Q , .l,.l?!X fx-l 'll nl l X I, ' - 7 ,l D lj' l' vlr..l!l.' ' , 'A , J I I-A4j,..'4.C,T4llQgfQ'f,, ft. 'gg ta at V+ tx 2. ml ff yt OJ.: Zi, X .,,f,,fXii 1,71 . I H X 'VV M W . . .. 'N aw 4.1-ml. f ,KW f- .L . .-, ' 7- 2 u fkfwl -Q 1 . -, w J . . ' . l J . I ,.-1 -ff .ywgf Y -A y- " ' 2 Y ,W E f .1 f' lg ff A Q , Wg 1 J tl A ,ll AX n l lj ' , f I ' nf 1 ' J X 1 K lj! f Xl ' ' l l ll r .1 1 f i l v 1 1 4 .t , 4 U' Q Ly X ll 5, ll XX l f If ll, A Q li 3 A eniors J. ICARL COLVIN Jesup Cumliflafe for LLB. Degree PI KAPPA PHI l'hi lk-llzl l'hi: Chief Justice Morris Law ffluhg Senate Cluhg St-cuml l.icutcn:1nt li. 0. 'l'. C.: l,L'lll0Sll1Clll1lH. Y Y Y Y A ABU.-X JOHNSON CUNYERS Athens Crzmlizlrztz' for B.S.C. Degree KAPPA ALPHA Yursity 'l1l'21Cli 'lczlmi l'-I'6NllIllZlll Trzlck 'lt-lung fllcc Vlnhg X100-l'1'cs1slc11t, Senior Class: l'h1 lxzippa. Y Y Y Y ASBURY 'liA'l'li CONYERS Atlanta Cllllllifillfl' for .1.H. IJ!',L'I'l'l' CHI PHI Y Y Y Y BEN JONES CONYERS Atlanta Cmzzfizfrzfe for Jff. Degree an QW DUDLEY COOK Atlanta Crlndiffrzte for B.S.C. and LLB. Degrees Y Y Y Y NVILLIAM L. COOLEY Maysville Cmznlidate for D.V.17lf. Degree A. U. H. .Lg Demostheniang First Lieutenant, Cavalry, R. O. T. C. Y Y Y Y EDWARD NEXN'SO3IE COOPER Athens Camliflrzte for B.S.F. Degree Y Y Y Y GEORGE D. COPE Savannah Candidate for B.S.C. Degree DELTA TAU DELTA Business Manager, 1933 PANDORAQ Associate Business Manager, 1932 PANDORAQ Gridiron: Blue Key: Thalian- Blackfriarsg International Relations Clubg Vice-President, 1. R. C., ,32, ,335 Secretary-Treasurer, I. R. C., ,3I, '32g Freshman Polo. 5:2 iizffff -i Al f .ll W Wi. if f U A L - 31. w ll QQ l . 301 . - 4 .. ,X-X , 73 Q, 11 ,jf m .1 aryl g , ' . , l 1-24 -SL ,gl'l.'1 , , Yami'-'2 f n WW i ' V I , . . - . D4 : I , 'X ' 7 K9 lCIMf',i'!it X ZW Y I ,pf 7,1 ri! rlytxm-Crypt' W, "L -jx . 53,1 Nl Y t,TiAx pr Zim K 1 QVI' 2 A X XCZX A.,-' '-G, lf, Ii' ' 'Ld' -- 'I i lx X , ! ' - ' P H " W. " 1 - " fx, -wi' J ,"' f illij Q ' ' - 3 If-all D yi. ly III it 3 rg j I Wx Q tg Mi MA XQ fi 1, , Q . my 1,3 -mga. LEA11 ELILABETH CRIST Atlanta Crzzzzfizlate for lJ'.S.L..J. Degree Phi Kappa Phi: Zodiac: Secretary. Zodiac, '3:: Vice- Prcsitlcnt, Lantlscaie .Xrchitecture Club. 1 1 1 1 XVII.I.IAxI A. CUFF Camden, Tenn. Cazzzfizfzzie for B.S.lf1l. Degree Phi lfeta Kappa. 1 1 1 1 r.l."HOMAS C. DAVID Danielsville Calzzlizfate for B.S.Ed. Degree Campus Lcatlcrg Secretary and 'lreasurer, Gridiron: "X" Club: lllue Kcy Council: Uld College Club: Agricultural Club: .Xgricultural Club Debate Council: Demostltenian Dcbate Council: PANDoRA Staff, '31: Secretary and Treas- urer. Junior Class: Snphoinore Debate: 1-Xuburn Debate: President. Campus Club: lfreslnnan Lacrosse: Freshman and Varsity Track: Y. Nl. C. .X. Cabinet, '39-,3X, Nmni- nating li02ll'tl,' Y. M. C. A., President, Dexnosthenian. 33- 1 1 1 1 NVILLIAM BELL DAVID Calhoun Czlzzdizlfzfe for B.S.E.E. Degree CHI PSI Gridiron: Phi Kappa Phi: Football, '32: Track, '31, '32, '33: Boxing. '3I: lfreshinan Track: lllue Key Council: Tau Kappa Phi: A. S. C. lf.: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C. eniors JOSEPH LEONARD CosTA Athens Cjllllllillllfl' for B.S.C. Degree Delta Sigma Pi, Master, '32, '33: Treasurer COI11l1lCl'CC Club: Varsity llascball: '30-'32: lliftad: Captain, R. O. T. C. 1 1 f Y BESSIE COWART Donalsonville Crzzzflidafe for 11.3. Degree .Xlpha Psi Omega, '33: Athletic Association, fgo: Dra- matic Club. '31, '32, Treasurer. '33: llistory Club, '30: Quadrangle, '32, '33Z Sigma Pi Psi, '30, '31, President, '31, '33l Y. XV. C. A. 1 Y f 1 VENITA 'TATE CRANE Athens C'1111di1l11fefor.1l.B. Degree 1 f 1 1 lVICCARTHY CRENSHAXV Jacksonville, Fla. Candidate for 11.3. Degree SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Sphinx: Gridiron: Phi lleta Kappa: Phi Kappa Phi: Varsity Football. '30, '31, '32: Varsity Basket-ball, '31: Varsity Track, '31, '33, Captain, '33: lfreshman Football, Basket-ball, Track: Blue Key Council: "X" Club: Presi- dent, Junior Cabinet. '3g: Secretary, Phi Kappa. '3o: Phi Kappa Speaking Key: Phi Delta Phi: Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil, '32, '332 Y. M. C. A., '30, '31, Treasurer, '32, Vice- President, '33: Lieutenant Colonel, R. 0. T. C. 21 1 ff: A If , 'W ft ffxtfeb' in .V rm' EfS35I5,1,QgN,p Y N . f flhyigyik LM - --N 5 .XXX X 1,5 it W ly-giagae W l f U 5 - - Bl. lllfill' . C 4 f 71 ' C 'Q VV , Q hw ,,'!.?' Kjixl U C' A W 7 ,EI X 1 ,QQ . ,, ,, 1 rw rg 11911 1 1, I 1,1 ., f 'A qs, Q 31 ,g . ,Q 1 'A I , ,MI 1? 1YA.X 7-1 3,1 ff W X :lx .1 ru. , g .I W ,, f A-., ' 1314! lf I , yd' l' 3 fx ' V+.. 5 it ill , , 11- 'I' 'I ' 1 L , K' i' "llV,.Yl-,i ff.. " 'LAM' .xtEM',Yll'1' f 1, 1 J ', 'IJ fm ,Q V W .W-' ' ' V fl 1, , , ieawweflfvt f 1.1 f1,wV wvlfe I ineenf .. ..f,f4 3114! n 1,g -..-.. 'ff J, ill ,113 AQ? ig W Q! JA, J M' , I Y! LPI eniors GLENN O'NE.AL DAVIS, JR. Athens C'1111didale for B.S.C.E. Degree RiHe Team, '32, '333 Presirlent, 'l'au Kappa Phig A. S. C. Ii.g Sergeant Major, '33, Major lfirst Squadron Cavalry, '33, R. U. T. C. 1 1 1 1 TOMBIYE DAVIS Winterville C!1Hlfi1lHfFfUI'44.B. Degree Athletic Association, '30, '31, Town Girls' Club. 1 1 1 1 ROBERT HfJKlZ DAVIS Douglas Cazzdidate for .1.B.f. Degree SIGMA DELTA CHI Reporter and Special VVriter, Red and Blizclcg Old Col- lege Club, llemosthenian. 1 1 1 1 JAMES JACKSON DELAY Statham Candidate for B.S.d. Degree eil, '31, History Club, '30-'33g Reflex Statl, '3o3 Student Volunteer Group, '3o-'33, l'1'eSir'le11t, '3.3l State Vresirlcnt. Georgia Sturlent Volunteer Union, '33g Stumlent lleacon- ess, '33, '33g Y. NN", C. .X., '30, Cabinet, '31, '33, 33. 1 1 1 1 A Lo1S DILLARD Crawfordville Cfzndidrlte for B.S.H.E. Degree College of Education liditor IQ33 I'ANnoRAg Altioria l.it- erary Society, '30, '3xg Athletic Association, '30, '31g B. S. U., Treasurer, '31, '34 Chemistry Cluh, '31g Crys- tal Stait, '32, Homecon Club, '30-33: Sigma l'i Psi, '33, Symphony, Vice-President, '30, '311 Y. XY. C. A., '30-'33. S 1 1 1 1 VIRGINIA DILLARD Athens Candidate for AB. Degfee Alpha Psi Omega, President, '31-'33, Dramatic Club, '30- '32, Vice-President, '33g Sigma Kappa Nu. 1 1 1 1 JOHN DUDLEY DOWDY Commerce Candidate for B.S.C. Degree 'i'ES1iAD?-:swf X15 PL li fly' fba'75Slil.f "1 A Q7 :fi 'tffig ,LCD-,g"T', , Ib , . 'T' ff! Tl? C,'?5?'f'. C , , 'F' ' 7, 11,, S' ,eltx fe Xfx 1 li fwa 1jeSlaeffQ,1 I f ll 1 1 lf ll S, 11 .303. REBECCA DICI4SoN XVaycrosS I Candidate for .J.B.Ifd. Degree ll. S. U. Council, '35 Chemistry Clulw, 'jill Class Coun- ist ,QW Qifiqzqlii H f s . Nfl." fig eg. p e.. .,x,Y2T'f.t.,rD3 " 1 T 7 'M ESS firipfqd "6ijifQMXX A f'.EiP12.s A A ll i, Kilim if C NN ,QM. riff-'V f ,Q X A f 'Q ' ff 6 Qu 'W fx li lfllzlefli l PAQ it ff lui. Gr.. ' ft' fs i A in t.il,Li ' CTIIOTS EDWARD HODGSON DOWNS Watkinsville BESS WOOTEN DUNCAN Buena Vista Candidate for 14.3. Degree CHI OMEGA Athletic Association, '31: Dramatic Club, '31-,335 Sigma Kappa Nu, '31-'33g Y. W. C. A. 1 1 1 1 EUGENE E. DUNCAN Bovvdon Junction Candidate for B.S.A. Degree Phi Kappa Phi: Alpha Zetag Junior Cabinetg President, Future Farmers of Georgia Clubg Vice4President, 4-H Clubg Secretary, Agricultural Clubg Saddle and Sirloing First Lieutenant, R, O. T. C. 1 1 1 1 JAMES G. DUNLAP Gainesville Candidate for B.S.C. Degree SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Junior Cabinetg Major, R. O. T. C13 Phi Kappa. 1 1 1 1 LAURA CELESTIA DUNLAP Atlanta Candidate for B.S.A.A. Degree ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Phi Kappa Phi: VVomen's Student Government Council, '30, '3ig Georgia Agriculturist Staff, '31-'33g VVOmen,s Athletic Association, '30-'32, Candidate for B.S.d. Degree Aghong Freshman Basehallg Polo, '31-,333 Student Gate Manager, '31-'33g Captain, R. O. T. C. 1 1 1 1 ALICE G. DRAKE Jackson Candidate for B.S.H.E. Degree 1 1 1 1 JOHN CLEBURNE DRISKELL Gainesville Candidate for fll.S. Degree 1 1 1 1 JAMES VVILLIAM DUCHETT, Greenwood, S. C. Candidate for .7ll.S. Degree ii f + X . Qffls A It EM if U Q ' - - iii lriltrili . 304 . 'x , , I . I- , .I .A fa. , i i ' I I I . 1 . I 4 I 1 ' I Ce Jw TJ. .1 . I- . E. I.. Y K 1 W 1 4 " 1 Qi Iv I X thffi 1, . ff' I wo, i.Cf.ilrrLi 'I i g' f- I., 3' ' Cn Sfmil' I , . 1 I 1 , f I I S , f ,E If I Mow , E, A II ,, I, 'S' I rl'3gAf"'J V' " 1 J - ' fi Iv 2 bfi All J -IJ i 'N'-1' ff , , A A-. 5 - fa.-KI I r I- N: f-+ I- PM T will 1 '- I1 I ,I . ff I' fill!--' 551-Y 'efnfxmii W -' Q' f I ' f IJ' I 3 I fr - wi m I I1 IS I . 2 ef 3 1:74-psf, f+ vi ' - E. 1' 'Y fr ,, . V - V W eniors A I I I ROBERT CLEVELAND IJUNLAP Macon Candirlaie for 1.13. Degree PHI DELTA TH ETA Manager Varsity Boxing Team, '3:. 1 1 1 1 JAMES BLAKE DUNSUN Commerce Cm1fli11f1tefOrB.S. Degree Band, '30-'32. 1 1 1 1 RICHARD GREEK DUPREE Athens Crzndirfrzte for B.S.L.,J. Degree CHI PSI Landscape Architecture Club. 1 1 1 1 HARINION LOY EDMONDSON Gainesville Carzdiflnte for B.S.C. Degree Fresllnlan Debate: liresliman Impromptu Debate: Sopho- more Debateg Alpha Kappa Psig Uiftad: 'l'reasu1'c1', Com- ' merce Clubg Captain, Troop F, R. O. T. C. LOUIS ELLINGTON Jefferson , Carzrlidate for B.S.f1.E. Degree llomecon Club, '30, ,3I, Council, ,32, '33g Sigma Pi Psi, '30-'33g Symphony, President, '31g Y. VV. C. A. Y 1 Y 1 ' IVIARGARET CLAUDE ELLIOTT Augusta . Cmzdizfzzie for f1.B. Degree CHI OMEGA Athletic Association, '30-'32: Glee Club, 'gzg Math Club, '30 Sigma Kappa Nu, '30-'33g Voice Club, ,302 Y. W. C. A. f 1 1 Y 'C JAMES LOUIS ENGLE, JR. Savannah Candidate for .4.B.J. Degree . LAIWBDA CHI ALPHA ' Manager, Freshman. Baseball, '3og Blue Key Councilg Pan-Hellenic Council, '31-'33g University Radio Broad- casting Staff, '32, 1 f f 1 I JOHN CLARENCE EYLER Savannah . H ' J Ci Candidate for M.d. Degree J' T 5' Q I I I X v .1 4--Zn W ff' l- T5 Cf'T7T,"l i CQ ef Wi A "7 CQ ev A Qi il I 1 ax Xie I .fm A - 1 I AK A W 0 'lei fi - ff I S . 305 . .5 QQ Cbfy-1 flggfftl Nil lah! li JO l 414 li an I il-ffl V X rp, 'lbw m?a.a5 , , A . , . lm FP. ii 1' f f ' 7 'li Hill? A A P F F not fl A 'ers A W D ,V,g NS, ,lirllffrsylyil !' 151' WL fi 'x 'L P -X fqqjvq sn'7x lf VG Lmlm M' XC' Q., . - A . if it A P A at ja 1 A fi 'T ffl- D Mt L0 I 1 I ,I 'J Q R 765 Y, ifC'KQf1-,KHCj HAROLD G. FLEEMAN Winterville Ca111li11'aieforB.S.E1l. Degree 1 1 1 1 BESSIE NEAL FLEMING Matthews Crznzliflate for B.S.H.E. Degree Athletic Association, '3o: Chemistry Club, ,33Q Homecon Club, ,3I',33i Sigma Pi Psi, '30-'33g Y. W. C. A. 1 1 1 1 NATHAN RAY FLEMING Leah Carzzlidate for B.S.zf. Degree Varsity Basket-ball, 'gzg Varsity Baseball, '31-'33g Fresh- man Basebailg Agricultural Clubg l'oultry Clubg Demos- tllenian. 1 1 1 1 MARY JESSIE FOREHAND Montezuma Candidate for B.S.A.A. Degree Judiciary Board. '32, '33g Georgia Agrieulturist Staff, ,339 Homecon Club. eniors ARTHUR A. FINCHER Canton Cmzdiflate for JB. Degree PI KAPPA ALPHA 1 1 1 1 SARAH ELIZABETH F1RoR Athens Canrlidnfe for B.S.C. Degree Y. NV. C. A.: Spanish Clubg Aclelante, '31g Athletic Asso- 0 ciation, '3,, '31. 1 1 1 1 HARRIET EDWARDS Fiske Augusta Candizlafe for B.S.H.E. Degree PHI MU Homecon Club. 1 1 1 1 RUBYE VIVIAN FLANDERS Soperton Crznzlidrzte for fl.B. Degree ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Q 2' rf x Q' A Q 0 . 306 . ,. Y,,5X Jr, , fr if, 434, -- , -1 I M MQ lift-l by f ' . ' 'fl-T. ' 'W.fef-.- I , Q ,i3:J.f,If,4e7lI ,I If X -rx IF fr ew .AX m A , 'QI f..IIfM Dia' "i7"llfAfiDirn' l l M . -IN' vi? All if-ilff' lil 'Il its r A, "" ' q 'NIXQMS will f,Z,e'A- Xf 's EQIP X ff ,Q ' if ' ' ,I L43 I- ,r In ,fgjifgi J 111+ gL1?,e ' It--A " 2 LM, 1 5 Q I ,WJ I ,Ee A IV, f"""e eniors JAMES IJAVIS FOUNTAIN GOrIlOn Camlizlafe for I3.S.l". Degree Forestry flulmg .'X,LfI'lClIllLIl'2ll flulmg llemnstlienian 1 1 1 1 SARA FRANCES FOWLER Athens Crzndizlate for B.S.P.E. Degree ALPHA GAMMA DELTA NV. .X, .X,1 lluckey 'l'eams, '30-'33, llaslcet-ball Teams, '30- '33g llasclmll 'lt'ams, '3Of331 XViIIIIeI' Blicllael Cup Ten- nis 'llUIll'I1ZllllL'lltQ llnlpliiiz flulmg Dance Clubg l'aII-llel- lenic Cuuiicil, .3I',,'5,Z. 1 1 1 1 JAM ES EDVVIN CSAINES Hartwell C1IlI!lillIlfFf'0I' B.S.,1l. Degree IQAPPA SIGMA Varsity Lacrosse, '33: l:I'CSl1Il1Z1l1 lwiaselmallg AgI'icultu1'al Clubg Georgia lzcunmiiics Flubg llemnstlienian. 1 1 1 1 GERALD ALONzO GARRETT Bowrlon Camlidrzte for .!lfI.S. Degree CHARLES NIARION GASTON Tnccoa Cllllllillflf? for B.S.C. Degree PI KAPPA PHI President, Sphinx: Cridirulil SecI'eta1'y-'l'reasuI'er, lllue Key Council: Varsity Football, '31-'333 Yarsity Baseball, '31-'33: Freslinian Football. Fresllman Baseball: Glee Club, '3I,'3:3 President. HX" Club: Presiflent, Pi Kappa l'lIi1 Treasurer, Pan-Hellenic Council, litlitur G, Rook: Cadet Major, Cavalry, R. O. T. C. 1 1 1 1 JOE BOYD GHOI.STON Danielsville Candidate for B.S. PllIII'lIlIll'J' Degree PI KAPPA ALPH A liemostlieuian. 1 1 1 1 JAMES GRESHAM GIBSON Centenary, S. C. Czzfzrlidate for D.V.ZlI. Degree I'reSiclent, Georgia Chapter, A.. Y. M. A.g Saddle and Sir- loing DeInostlIeni.1II. 1 1 1 1 JOHN ALLEN GIDDENS Ray City I Czzrzdidate for D.I'.I1I. Degree I'I'eside1It A. V. M. A.: .Xgricultural Clubg Saddle and Sirloin. I 1 T D -,,-f-,5,M Ga, A -T 2- I A 717 lil f: fi? ff' -xiiffl fiqilf ,N ,A fg,J !,,,,ggf,l,g iI,xMxI1XA I 1fj,I,t, I,g,k5sg'Efi' A- we Mew Mffkivxl . f f A H' 6' I' I fre T A + 'Ni-filetl W? fi Fglf Dr 'V U fa 'I X 1 P Q? ff I u I l U' l"iTi?' if I fefl es 5 - 31 , tiger . 307 . X if r fiif as J VX 4 W ,Z if QW' , '3 if C ' " 5' 1 I X' if V qt! '73 CALL iiixffl , pq Dxlsflliifxi id 5 CR S '- ig ? li 'gjfldilf .-4.g5Q,lg rw-ggi-w!!fg1ifH.XK',X,1f l , ,, wiv: .Q lm LQ N51 i if O .go SEK K. nk W Mg., ,:, yew ,ffl ,,.,g,2f,Q ,si-t?J gf 1 yer' 'lf .Rv Zi". ' 'xM.,.Q X, W ,. REQN N WMV Qi ty vlan Qiidk 1' .trial i' it U i Af, W Xt 1 Ai to it .J 34 DL flllll. +5 ff -74,5 jil3xl,TL,, ,,,V fin. V L .1 -i E, W, Q Q . MMA ,gg 1 C JACK GILLEN Bishop Candidate for B.S.C. Degree Phi Kappa Phi. 1 1 1 1 VIVIAN BLANCHE GILL VVays Candidate for B.S.H.E. Degree i Secretary Homecon Club, '31, ,32g Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, '31-'33g W. A. A., '31-'33. 1 1 1 1 . VIOLET GLASCOCK Waycross Candidate for l4.B.Ed. Degree Thalian-Blackfriars Dramatic Club. 1 1 1 1 REUBEN HIRAM GLAZIER Moreland Candidate for B.S.d. Degree Alpha Zetag Aghon, President, Saddle and Sirloing Pres- ident, Agricultural Engineering Clubg Business Manager, 1 Georgia 1-1g1'ic1zltu1'ist, ,32, '33, Associate Business Man- s ager, '31, '32g Editor Agricultural Engineerg Agricultural Club Honor Key: Saddle and Sirloin Honor Keyg De- bating Councilg 4-H Clubg Demosthenian. CHARLOTTE EMILY GLYNN Savannah Candidate for 14.3. Degree Phi Beta Kappa. 1 1 1 1 MORGAN GOODHART Adairsville Candidate for A.B.Ed. Degree Gridirong "X', Clubg Junior-Senior Impromptu Debate: Champion Debate: Associate Business Manager, 1932 PANDORAQ Campus Clubg Red and Blade Staffg Demos- theizian Key Council, Anniversariang Lieutenant, R. O. T 1 1 1 1 ANNIE MAE Goss VVeston Candidate for B.S.H.E. Degree Athletic Association, '30-'33L Chemistry Club, ,31-'331 l'lOI1lCC011 Club, '30-'33g Symphony, '31-'33g Y. W. A., '31, '3.2g Y, VV. C. A. Rf V X KATHLEEN GRAHAM Athens Candidate for B.S.f1.E. Degree ' Homecon Clubg Y. W. C. A. Ag 1 Gt gf1,,Ai1 Al l r -- A if SR., Q 4132? ii --g T? EQ r ,X l X! H fl lb 1 gs ifjafi - A All .308. . ,A 1 r ll - Sf, ,fm ly ,HI .' f ,gil . A. iflfi' ': M.,-f. ,Y W X ' 'E fy ' It l fl I l' 'fs -1 I I, V' '16, ., fi'l, 'I uf.-il fl - ll S+ ' 'f' fi. . 'lf A "fmt "ENT" f xy MX' f " ' rl ' I ' ri f lllfgf ',. ' ll 'rr-:W .iy'li , ' , 'L-'X ,, ff, ,A 1 vx .I , 1 I v l , ,- I 'vfll WW 'lfif' 'l iylwlfwjffi 'A xl Ur ' I ' f 'f"'!' -ffrgl ru- , VQVVW lil' 'f 'rl , fi -' rr, -ru? ,lv N I I I i ' 'J '7 'J Q! I IW ml x I -1 I I t f . 1 I '- ' A I I - 1"'r- , I 1 lf ' , ,y l I ' - I I . I , - f XAI .J -le f f 1 x 1 f Q I Ngliifflf if e ALF, 'l l.,,fff,K Q " lip! A ,..'.Q!5i.,--.EEHD-1uqz,-5.,,.efQeegQE'l:h' QTUOTS I EDITH HERING GRAYSON Savannah Candidate for .i1.B.E11. Degree PHI MU 1 1 1 1 SARAH EMILY GREEN Fairhurn Candidate for JB. Degree Altiuria Literary Society, '30-'331 Athletic Association, '32, '33g History Club, ,33Q Y. XV. C. A. 1 1 1 1 H.AI,LIE GRIFFETH I Athens Canzfizlate for B.S.fI.E. Degree Chemistry Club, '3Ig Ilomecon Clubg Town Girls' Clubg Y. XV. C. A. 1 1 1 1 TERESA GRIMSLEY Americus Candidate for B.S.I1l.E. Degree Homecon Clubg 4-H Club: Poultry Club. A ROBERT THOMAS GROGAN Athens Ca1za'ia'atefOr B.S.F. Degree 'UN 1 1 1 1 JOHN G. GROZINE Athens Candidate for B.S. Degree 1 1 1 1 .IEANNIE GULLEY Sylvester A Candidate for ALB. Degree CHI OMEGA Kappa Delta Pig Psi Chi: Pioneer Inner Circleg XVOman's Intercollegiate Debate Team: WV. A. .X.: Junior Hockey Teamg Junior Basket-ballg Junior Baseball: Senior Hockeyg Senior Basket-ball. 1 1 1 1 GROVIE JANE GURLEY Commerce Candidate for Al.B.E1l. Degree - KAPPA DELTA PI I History Clubg Treasurer, Kappa Delta Pi, '32, '33. I1 ee ,A A - f C i fy O an .h 1 N r'X,,ggjLf ,ii-fi Z , Z V 1. QQ K .X ,leg il I itil - - bl A ljlfqcl I . 309 . 'A I r , V ISVTE5' Ai ,ifftliix ' P5 xr. - ,lg grant ,tu .+, '. gl? flip? , 17, f AJ xxgl I .X ling 1- K gf? l tw L l ta Piitifq .14 tk? ' 'irfgfw ', ' ,,f' - NI' X, 1- 1 if' 1. i X ,1 f- J' T. f-' .1--, . Y lg ,Q 's 1 fl g, Q r 1 L if dll. 'I 1 V A U1 A . X.1?ftA ofaeee W' A' ' I JAMES S. HARDEN Hogansville Candidate for B.S.14. Degree Alpha Zeta: President, Agricultural Club: Vice-President, F. F. G. Club: Departmental Statt, Georgia .'4gP'l4CIlIfl!I'i.VZ,' Campus Club: Xvinner Dairy Products Judging Contest, '32: Saddle and Sirloin: Agricultural Engineering Club: Poultry Science Club: 4-H Club: Lieutenant, R. O. T. C., Field Artillery. 1 1 1 1 XVILLIAM S. HARPER Elberton Candidate for 3.S.Ea'. Degree 1 1 1 1 THOMAS WILLARD HARRELL VVest Point Candidate for fl4.S. Degree Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Kappa Phi: Psi Chi. 1 1 1 1 BOBBY HARRIS NVrens Candidate for 14.3. Degree Adelnnte, '32, President, '33: Athletic Association, '30, '31, Treasurer, '32, '33: Class Secretary, '30, '31: C'OunA cil, ,332 Dramatic Club, '30-'339 Executive Board Coun- cil, '33: Tau Upsilnn Tau, '30-'33: Wesley Foundation Council, ,3O, '31, President, '3z, '33: Y. W. C. A. Cab- Inet, '3I. Q,f',txi if fx eniors PAULINE ELIZABETH HADAW'AY Athens Candidate for14.3. Degree Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Kappa PlIi: Zodiac: Kappa Delta Pi: Pioneer Inner Circle: VVinner Piano Scholarship, 1930: VN'inner Bert Michael Scholarship, 1932. 1 1 1 1 JEANETTE HADDOCK Meigs Candidate for .4.B. Degree Athletic Association, '30-'33: History Club, '30-'33: Las l-Istrellas, '30-'33: Y. VV. C. A. 1 1 1 1 KENNETH J. HAMILTON Athens Candidate for 3.S.C. Degree LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Varsity Baseball, '31-'332 Freslnnan Baseball: Freshman Basket-ball: Commerce Club. 1 1 1 1 BERNARD AMREY HARDEN Alamo Candidate for 3.S.14. Degree Alpha Zeta: Aghon: Agricultural Club: Poultry Science Club: Saddle and Sirloin: First Lieutenant, R. O. T. C.: Demosthenian. - 1-- fi 411 ii :Pj . I l - w. 'll .310. XV 'llgizl Ziiil wtf 1 It U 1 t,'Q.?!f"' -+l. X fl' li' .4 1, 4. A , IJ, A, A .. fi 2241! ,f ,. . .. . . .1 ' f' .. 1 . 1 X ,, , DJL E1 eniors JACKSON HENRX' HARRIS Athens CIIIlIJi1lIlfl'f0f B.S.C. Degree Alpha Kappa Psi, Demostlieniang Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '29, '30, '31, '32, Vice-President, Y. M. C. A., '32, '33, Commerce Club: Demoslhenian Key Council, President, Demosthenian, '32, Treasurer, Demosthenian, '31, Cus- todian, Deniosthenian, '30, Secretary, Deniostlienian, '29, Business Manager, "fl" Hook, '31, '323 ll. S. U. Coun- cil, '32, '332 Soplioniore Debate, Intercollegiate Debating Team, '32, ,332 Junior Orator. 1 1 1 1 FRED KEI.I.EY HARVEY Avera Crzzzzlidzzfe for 13.5. Pllarfzzrzfy Degree 1 1 1 1 MARION FTORRAS HARXW'EI.I. Brunswick Cflllflillllfl' for B.S. Plzrzrnmvy Degree SIGNIA NU Cross Country Team, '32g Track Team, '32, '33, 1 1 1 1 JESSE GORDON HATCH ER Putney CflnzlizfaieforB.S.1J. Degree Agricultural Club, 4-II Clubg F. F. A. Club, Varsity Rifle Team, '30, '3I. 1 F 'VT T. . 1 ' 'ii '4- ' 'IZA 1.2.1-1 x,-Y L . 1 f, .ta ,I A,-V ' " 'f li . ' .1 , I 1 1, I , 1 - .1 I I 3 3. -- ru , v-, A I Y , l gl - 1 '1 ,l '71 - ' I ' ff ' 1 , , I L - I " l ' ' Tv N' -. , ,. 1 I I , ' ' J A' - l ' 4 W, 1A L'l ' 4 ,i I , -1 -ki. ,1 1, i U, 1 'C 4 ,l , Mx, I if ,N 1 C 'AX' 5' ,Ml wf 1 C f ,, ll I ' I Xl 5' it ll t , , 'I jf ' iv '. Xl !,"1x V P ' 'Ill' 'l 'ww fy MV It 2 me 4 l T 'Z 5 I if F 'J ,7 A 'sf LAURIE HATCHER Blythe Cflndizlzlfe for B.S.E1f. Degree Athletic' Assoeiation, '311 'llomeeon Club, '30-'33, Y. NV. A., 31-33g X. NN. L. A., 30133. 1 1 1 1 FRANK NELSON HAXVKINS Macon Calllfizfzltf' for J.B..l. Degree KAPPA ALPIDTA President, Gridiron: President, I. R. C., Delegate I. R. C. Convention, Sigma Delta Chi: Secretary and Char- ter Member "X" Club: Blue Key Council: Pan-Hellenic Council, Phi Kappa Key Councilg Fresliman Debating Team, Varsity Debating Team. Student Manager of De- batesg Associate Editor Red and BI11el:,' Sophomore lidi- torial Statf, PANDORA1 Inter-Society Debates: Second As- sistant, Phi Kappa, Second Lieutenant, R. O. T. C., Chairman, G. O. P. Party: Feature XVriter 1933 PANDORA. 1 1 1 1 CECIL RAY HAWTHORNE Gordon Candidate for B.S. Degree Assistant in Cheniistry. 1 1 1 1 WILLIAM MARSHALL HAZLEHURST Macon Candidate for B.S.C. Degree PHI DELTA THETA Sphinx, President, Pan-Hellenic Councilg Vice-President. Gridiron Clubg Freshman Football, Varsity Foothallg Blue Key Councilg President, Alpha Chapter of Phi Delta Theta: Treasurer Pelican Clubg Captain Adjutant, ln' fantry, R. O. T. C. fi- . A . fi Q W., .f-sf. find l l . .. " ease l - il Nates? l PFW? 2 N ,, M511 U "' 1' lllf' Q lil S f Uifw fx, I tl llf M li is M ,C ,,4, AKDLX V I OV' ' ' -. ' 'U gf, 1 ,D -,-,- u p ' I ' - as . 5. ' ,cI,jgVI .- I 'H Q., I I xy, ffm , ' fs, l 'J -Y , ,s . ,'f'x Y' f','-f 3 , , lj A K f P, l 3011" ' I 1' . ew "eYfr2f'. , ll .- I fmw I , fvfi' Ll . 4 All ,. Q -fl" ' 'All ,J ll f l' CIW cf , 9" 1 I W . 4 I- H ,' rL',"",l'llg WI' CX' fgl ' "' ' 'Xfw' 'lain A' V T' 3, " QQ l 'ki i i i' i' cfm TY'-'ilkb X "Cl iff X 'iff l, gl I ,YM NJ' J '- V 6 'N - ' ' fair, .tl 1 ,711 2,!,f'HL limi 41. L. 'I' y fl. ,N ll fl 0 ' ilu, 'l 31' '11 ,llq,,,s.-11, ,.1,5gg.'..q-fe2-libel! L, .I I r ,,... 1. DAL. ., 3 fl.ghMV H H Y Y Y EMORY RIITCHELL HIERS Pavo Cflzzflizlate for B.S.C. Degree Debating Council, ,332 Deniostheniang Junior Grator, '32, B. S. U. Council, '32, '33. Editor D. S. U. News, '32, '33g Vice-President, Demosthenian, '32g Sophomore De- bate, '31g Janitorial Servant, Demosthenian, '31, '32, Commerce Clubg Campus Club, Y. M. C. A. 1 1 1 1 FANNIE GEORGE HIGGINS Columbus Candzdate for .J.B.Ezl. Degree Athletic Association, '30, '32, '333 Bell Tower StaH', '33, Chemistry Club, '31, '32, Kappa Delta Pi, '32, President, Kappa Delta Pi, '33: Vice-President, Math Club, '3I. Secretary-Treasurer, Math Club, '32, '333 Orchestra, '30, '31, Secretary-Treasurer, Orchestra, '32, '33, Quadrangle, '31, '32, '33, Reflex Stall '32, Y. XV. C. A. 1 1 1 1 RUTH HIGGINS Canton Cfznzlizlafe for IJ.B.Efl. Degree Altioria Literary Societyg Athletic Association: History Clubg Y. WV. C. A. 1 1 1 1 SARAH GRAHAM HILL Athens Candidate for 14.3. Degree PHI MU Member of Provisional Thalian-Blackfriars. 5 eniors CLARA GERTRUDE HELMLY Savannah Candidate for B.S.H.E. Degree KAPPA DELTA Rifle Team, '32, Homecon Clubg judiciary Board of Stu- dent Government. 1 1 1 1 LULIE HENDERSON Columbus Can1fi1laz'ef0r'Af.B.Ef1. Degree Athletic Association, '31, '32g Gamma Delta Omega, '31, '32, '33, President, Gamma Delta Omega, '333 Kappa Delta Pi, Vice-President, '332 Orchestra, '30, '31, Presi- dent '32 733' Ouadranvle '31 '32 '33' St. Cecilia Music Club, '3lJ, 731, '32? W.' C. ' 1 1 1 1 DAVID YYANCEY HICKS, JR. Roberta Cazzdizlzzte for B.S. Degree Track Team, '30, Lacrosse, '30-'32, Agricultural Club, Demosthenian. 1 1 1 1 HARRY HENDERSON HICKS Atlanta Czzzzdizlzzie for B.S.C. Degree SIGMA CHI Demostheniang Biftadsg Freshman Impromptu Debater, '31g Commerce Clubg Junior Cheer Leader, Senior Cheer Leaderg Upsilon Delta Club. f' 1 .aJ4ilDLg ,Q .3 , 3.1, A C ,fy fill ,p fr ff' 3 - 2. l f A A U A Xl f Z ' X59 5 ' l l X LL 'KZ' GMA l A '11 Cl .asp - , 5, we lim-ll .31Q. Klljrxr V '2 Q! -5 'Y 7 V V I I A S, ,,.- A I - . ' 'I 'A ' , .A , ,., , I V A , . ,, f, "C1,G','-YN. . I , .,,I I I . , . i, . Jax. ..,, I 3' ,I , ,. I ' ' I ,' : . 4-P--e , I , , , I -f v , , ,4 i V. 'Y I l I ' 1 1, N xx ' ,. I' . , . , R ,,. I A . ' ' 1 '!"' I I f I f ful 1' 'r fir f A XE!!! , g.fI'NI,MI ' ' T GQ, I4 f' ,l ,II H 1f4"U Ifgiillyihigff ri W' X' 5 -fNT,"Qf-,' I ik 'i , , lxlll Al , ' TAN , x -' A "M aim fjLf!fffy"'i' 'NU 'I7 ' I 'U if "' 4 "I f L lv jflfi llf 'C Il, Q Ili 7 A eniors LACY W. HINELY Rincon Cnzzzfizfafe for 1.L.1J'. Dfigwr Sigiua Delta Kappa, Secretary :mil 'lll'CIlSlll'Cl', Morris Law Clubg llL'IllOSlllL'lllilll1 Polo TI-zun, '31, '31, '33, Lieu- tenant, R. O. T. C. 1 1 1 1 CONRAD R. HINSCJN Baldwin Cklzzzlizlaif' for D.I'.!lI. Degree Chess Club, Member Stuilent Cliapter A. V. Al. A.: Saddle and Sirloin. 1 1 1 1 EMILE I. HIRSCH Macon Cflllljillllff for LL.B. Degree PIII El'SIl.ON PI Pan-Ilellenic Representative, 122, '33, Blue Key Council. 1 1 1 1 IATORTON STRAHAN HoDGSoN Athens Candizlafe for .1l.B. Degree KAPPA ALPHA Gridiron: I"lIi Beta Kappa: I'resiIlent, Senior Rounrl Table: I'hi Kappa I'hig Thalian-lllackfriarsg Intercollegi- ate Debating Team, '19, '3o, '31, '32, .331 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '29-'33, Blue Key Council: l'lIi Kappag Presiclent. Biftail Club, Pelicansg Junior Cabinet: l"1'CSlllllZll1 Im- promptu Debateg Phi Kappa Key Council: l'Si Chi: Swim- ming Team, '30, '31, ,32, '33, Captain, ,332 Golf Team, '30, '31, Captain Adjutant, Cavalry, R. O. T. C. I I L. . ROBERT CI.INToN HooAN Lincolnton Cllllljillllfl' for ,1.B. Degrrff ALPHA LAAIBDI-A TAU President, A. l.. T., 53.1, '33, International Relationm Club, Cilee Club, llemosthenian. 1 1 1 1 SPURGEIIN GRAVIQS I'IOG.-KN Lincolntcn Czzzzzlizlaff' for J .B. Degree ALPHA LAMBDA TAU I.ieutenant, Infantry, R. O. T, C, 1 1 1 1 VIRGINIA ANNE HoI.BRooK Cornelia Cflllllillllfl' for B.S.H.E. Degree l'resiilent Ilomecon Club, '33: Vice-Presiclent, Soule Hall Club: Hockey Team, '33: XV. A. A.: Manager Girls' Rifle Team, '33, Homecon llebate: Agricultural Club: Swim- ming Teaing Tennis Team: XV. A. A. Council, '32, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Girls' lilee Club. 1 1 1 1 LOUISE HOLST Cuthbert Cazzzlidafc' for AFB. Degree CHI OMEGA Transfer from Andrew College: Karma Delta Pig Y, XV. C. A. Cabinelg Pioneer Clubg Pioneer Inner Circle, Staff of ".41I1Ioum'er." .A .A A I fi ry fr I jfilifii-3 521 ifrelp . , f f" 1' ami ix w, G mb fy 3 I W K :aj M15 if I f ir 5-fT I f Q 1 - ll. . 'III .313. ,f.'N..... T , ll 5 's 'if t 1 'i -1, -5 ,1 fr "rl fe if plc? A, H f' ilffxh l' 'Fright-'ky p I , ' l r-'tif' 7"'Nf7i'G flgiigr ' K" 'til ,-. i ' 'X rw " "A' . t . - f if Q A f D A l'Vf'4lff ,if 1' C4 fel . YS' '- ' it " fi i llli' LWDN N if A it-, J Dim. JJ fobvll, H Lfhp ,fl .Yi lu QI , firm , " , Q-4 ,X sth F. Q if g2:J?rgi yas f We-e L w-A i ' l- P ll' 'ill A fa l af Q' , 'Q iff all. J A fitarfiili f"f"fff' r"'ca"S' ' ' 'Y' 'V 7 7 r eniors Horus SMITH Hoifr XVaycross Cflmlizlate for .J.B.f. Degree 1 1 1 1 AIARTHA HoLT College Park Crznzlizlfzfe for rf .B. Degree Alpha Psi Omega, '32, '33, Athletic Association, '31, '32, '33g 'lreasurcr Class Council, '32, '33g President Dramatic Club, '33: Associate Business Manager, PANDORA, '33: Sigma Pi Psi, '31, '33: Wesley Foundation Council, '31, 32, '33Z Y. NV. C. A., '31, '32, '33. 1 1 1 1 CDPHIE HCJLT Byron Crnzdidaie for 11.3. Degree Altioria Literary Society, '3o: Athletic Association, '30, '32, i332 French Club, '32g Y. XY. C, A. 1 1 1 1 AIAXINE HoNEYcUTT Crawford Cnnrfizlate for B.S. Fine flrts Degree Art Club.V'31N5 Sketch Club, '32, Sec1'etary-'l'reasu1'er, '33g 1 PANDORA Start, '33. l TOMMYE HCJl,KINS Lawrenceville i Crzmlizlafe for JB. Degree .Xthletic Associzxtioii, 'Ago-'ggg Junior League of VVOIUSI1 ' ' ' Y XY C A ' o ' WIHS. 32, 35: ..,. . 5 -5.1. 1 1 1 1 EUGENE SAMUEL HCJI'l'ENSTEIN Toccoa Ca11rfi1l11teforB.S. Degree Phi Beta Kappag Phi Kappa Phi: Frcslnnan Track: Sopho- more Declamation Cup, 'gig junior Uration Cup, '32, Champion Debate, '3:: junior-Senior Impromptu Debate, ,322 Debate Council, '3:: XVilliam and Mary Debate, '332 tilee Club. '30, '311 'Ihalian-lllackfriars Dramatic Club. Assistant in Chemistry, Phi Kappa. 1 1 1 1 SARA HOWARD Washington Czzzzdizlate for J.B.E1l. Degree 1 1 1 1 LUCY POUND HUGGINS Athens Camlidate for d.B.Erl. Degree ALPHA DELTA PI .Xltioria Literary Society, '28, ,ZQQ Athletic Association, '28, 'zog Class President, '38, '29g Dramatic Club, '28- '3o: Latin Clubg Feature Section Crystal, '29, '3og Sigma Kappa Nu: Y. NV. C, A. Cabinet, '2Q. Q rf X X ,451 J pg I A, Y,-ec A my to. i,,QJtJ,,N A,rf Mt ff' A K. gil' ff 4,.l,e3.gLN A, If 4 ' ' f iL':Q,' 'fsfvih A FLSLILY - -i I-I A, , 'Xxx llfior A Fm ' Aefeee J A f Ol 1 L - All wi ll .314. 25, MI. v-J iff-' II L, , . . .. f,-A Ii", , - 1 J A I 'I - ' . f., e, A ' 3. xl Vx., 3. K' . t . Ilyl, . 1' W "' W ' 'fy .V A I , . N . I X 1 , E I A 1 I ,L ,, 1' II be 9,3 fvfx f if X C 1- ' f IA ' I A 'W It I! X' X f 1 A I X I I fl X J W lm 3 1 1 - f J! S I Y! X31 mul yr II ll 3 Mfseaaf eil ff JAUKM' A If If ll I 2 A fl U ff L- l ' J: ' I ' ,sf ,Fx I, , A el -If PM P I -. -' ,lllifef I fi I 'E I I-Llfwg will I If ft kllxw f' '---- --- I ' uf, eniors JOHN NICIJONALD HULSEY Cleveland Crznrlizlate for B.S.d. Degree Second I,lClllQl1Illlf, Infantry, R. O. T. C. Y 1 1 1 VVILLIE INGLE Blue Ridge Czmzliflzzfe for B.S.C. Degree Glen: Club, '30-'ggg I,lHlllIL'l' Club. 1 1 1 1 MARY IQATHRYN IRNVIN Hamilton Crzmlizlafe for ILE. Degree Athletic .XSSUCl2lllUll, 'gm '3I1 Y, XV. ff. A., '30-'33. 1 1 1 1 S. LOYD IRWIN Doerun Camliflate for B.S.J. Degree Secretary and 'l'l'6Zl5lIl'C'I' Senior Class: AgI'lCl1ll1ll'3l Club Debates, '39-'331 Griflirong .Xghrmz LQZIIHIYUS Clubg Secre- tary, Agricultural Club, '3:3 l'I'esicleIIt, ,Xgrieultural Vlub, ,332 .xllllil Zeta: Gvvrgzkz .'1g1'1'I'1riI1n'1'.vt, '19-'33 Srrlelle Zlllll Sirloin: fleurgiil lfeumrmies fllllll lleurgifl jgriqul- tural l':IlQll1E'Cl'lll2 Club: First I.lCllfCllZlllt, Illflllllfy, R. U. 'l'. CQ 1 I I ff M I . I Jjin NIARY FRANCES ISRAEL Plains Cazzzlizlnfe for B.S.ll.E. Degree I llomecun Clubg 4-ll Cllll Y Y Y Y JANET STERLING JARNAGIN Atl1Cf1S Cflnzlizfaie for llfaf. Degree Y Y Y Y RIYRTLE TRUEZA JENKINS Munnerlyn Calzzlizlatefor.1l.B.E1l. Degree l'lIi Kappa Phig Kappa llelta l'i. 1 1 Y Y ERIE JERNIGAN Candidate Y. W. C. A., ,3O-,33. Donalsonville for J.B.Efl. Degree if ig 3 ll Al ei " Q.. lf , e JEFKEWP Z 1 N imma if J 'NAA ev fl A fy I 52 fl I Qw 4 c ,, ' I ' 4 ' A 7 ,f Ii X A H 'Q Q me 5' if il X . 315 . f R ,A ' w " ' 'Q I 'T sw . . 'wi 1 A -in fl f A . I LQUWE if cw.. 'L , i A fh,i'yg" ,Wil i f 'll , ?'Q,'-55" lA"ji"2i T. iflll 'TT'-PXLX of . . ,W L O -w w ',- , i Y -Y -In A M. 4: , v -4 p 4 fr ,V J 1 ,f '-'Q Rf-,.i',,i K l ' ri: i' FY: 'iliir if Y lil - .f-- iq ' '? gg NS 'C' l l-1' i ' 'xi' X 'fl JILZ. iff ,e ii. ffm V 1 I W. S JL 'gl ,,1 wg fff kgpk gjffgipamg, eniors i ANNIE BOB JOHNSON Jefferson Crzzulizfafe for d.B.E11. Degree ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 1 1 1 1 ALBERT STANTON JOHNSON Jonesboro Canzlizlate for B.S..J. Degree l'hi Kappa l'hig Presirlcut, .Xgricultural Club, Secretary, Georgia Ilaby Chick and Egg Show. 1 1 1 1 liL1zABETH JOHNSON Chattanooga, Tenn. Candidate for B.S.H.E. Degree Ahioria l.ite1'zu'y Society: Ilomccon Club, '31, '32, '33, Y NY C X 1 1 1 1 , J. RALPH JOHNSON . . . . . Hull J Cnmlidate for B.S.i4. Degree I MRS. RUTH JOHNSON Athens J Carzflidale for TLB. Degree 1 1 1 1 SAMUEL TEAGLE JOHNSON Blackshear Calzdizffzfe for D.V.JlI. Degree Saddle and Sirloin Clubg .Xmerican Veterinary Medical Association. 1 1 1 1 LOREEN JOIN ER Athens Carzdizlrzie for B.S.14.Al. Degree Phi Kappa. Phi, Kappa Delta Pi. 1 1 1 1 SARAH BENTON JOINER Savannah Camlidate for 14.3. Degree Altioria Literary Society, '30-'33, Secretary, ,32, Presi- dent, 733: Class Council, '30-'32g President, Executive Board Council, '33: Glee Club, '31-'33, President, Glee ' Club, '33, Music Club, '30, '31, Y. NV. C. A., '30-'33, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '33, lfl f K X -if,i5gL,!fQ' I f ffix XX u QQ! QQ! Jylffilg at-iriilll' -N TP IZ T Q fel it A me ' -if ' 'W 316 NNN QW ,ece e Q 0' J it Hey - ff Bl S 4 r ' 'I' ,L 7 . ' 4 4 'lY, fl lr A11 rf f . -' - V413 1 1 J.:-.E g,.mif:ifif-1 ,Y J ,g '- r yflf A 'R f V ' ' D7 if' -X 'K' ,L 4' Y X1flfI'N 4 If t ,J x ,, Q --Q il All fm A ifAeffillririfmcf lrl A A 1, R fe 1 lx islfxl-AE flmxxxix - 1 Jeff, V! 'A xxll ff! ,ni ff yr X , I f V V IL. 4 1 ,if 4 P- f - f f J X N f it A l V' N ' 1 M' .Qxfiff AAA t A f 2 ffl f -01+ .55 . .1 E O "hi ERNEST CLIFFORD JONES Cohhville A Vice-President, Agricultural Club, '33g Vice-President, 4-H Club, '33, GEORGE BRABSON JONES Manchester Y Y Y Y JACK M. JONES Athens ' Camlidale for B.S. lforesfry Degree 1 1 1 1 KINSLEY EVERETT JONES .Jfhens American Veterinary Medical Association. eniors Carzdielate for B.S..J. Degree 1 1 1 1 Cfzlzzfidafe for 3.3. Degree ALPHA LAlNlBDA TAL7 Calzdidrzte for D.l'.flf. Degree l A THOMAS JEFFERSON JONES l Carmzlrthen, VV:1leS Candielate for D.l'.flf. Degree American Veterinary Merlical .Xssmeizltimig Sarlrlle aml Sirloin: Graduate .XSSISIZIHI lll Ilaetcrmlugyg 'lfrzmsfer from University Of 1'lOr1rla. Y Y Y Y CLARENCE L. JORDAN Talhotton Carzzlidzzte for B.S..l. Degree ALPHA TAU OMEGA Grirlirong Auburn llehatcg Y. Nl. C. .X. Cabinet. '.3l. '3-3. Treasurer, Y. Rl. C. .X., '32. ,332 State ll. S. U. Presie dentg Honor Key Councili .Xssnciatimi lirlimr, Genrgifz Agrieulturlxt, '31, '33, lialitor-in-Cllief, '33, '33: Alpha Zetag President, ,Xglumg Tlialianvlllackfriarsg I. R. C.: Blue Keyg President, .Xgricultural Debates. 1 1 1 1 EMORY C. JORDAN VVhigham Cezrzdidafe for B.S.C. Degree 1 1 1 1 LOUISE COLLIER JORDAN Thomson Carzdielale for B.S.Gen. Degree ' ' I PHI DELTA THETA 1 .O .e e A. fi 1 l A ' WPA Z f W K ' ef 95" lllgil jQ?gYLjJi97C El, J lt. 1 rr ll th l lillf A he f 1 Z Q :Sui L, , , V L N A gs f L - ll 51. llli?-ll .sux , . , .N ' , ," , - Y J- ., ,A if - - . A - 1 '- f"-' pt 1,1 - : tr f K -H Pt l J " 6 i L nl it I he T. .-.W an- ug .ll - A '- NS, f ,ig fi ' tgwf- I ' O A, L f wgffcnap U f 13 ,fg'q- Ajl.aLJ f-flfw, f1,. 4, L ' i 'M 'i ' i ' ' 'Y l l 5 .V f . .' V ' . A" i W , ' 1 l ' RTP! X Yijil -fl fy, I U ' ' 'LN , r ,-,A ,N wk ff ,X by ji Y' V' iv' t 2:11 A-X ' .Wi i l l Wy, X,:ltg,j Cf ,. Y !, Wi El i i V ,I N xl li, ff' fc ,. , ul' Q1 wx R I 5 V fi ,lt Z- K I' f" ' " ' ,nfgj I ' Q! K' ,ik ,l1vj,,,, U 'U 1.'R,yU'Q1 if-ifiy -ff fX"' 'L' STILES AUSTIN IiELI.l5TT Decatur BESS IQELLY Jefferson Chemistry Club: Ilomecon Clubg Town Girls Clnbg Y. Vx' C X HAROLD HOLDEN KENDRICK Crawfordville lfreslnnan Baseball and Footballg Varsity Baseball, '32, 33' ROBERT M. KENNY, JR. Atlanta eniors HELENA GUILLERMINA JOUBERT Savannah Candidale for .1 .B. Degree .Xflelanteg Altiorizi Literary Society, '30, ,3IQ Class Coun- cil, '30-'33, l'rcSiclent, Class Council, '31-'33Z Athletic .XSSOciatiOn, '30-,331 Associate liclitor P.-XNDORA, ,33Q Cryx- ta! Staff, '31, '3:g Dramatic Club, '31-'33g Feature Sec- tion, Cr3'.vial, 'ggi Qnaflranglcg Tau Epsilon Tan, '30- ,331 Y. xv, c. A., '30-1.3. 1 1 1 1 IRVING KASS Thomaston Candidate for ,J.B.J. Degree ALPHA EIJSILCJN PI Phi Kappa Phi: Sigma Delta Chi. 1 1 1 1 GERALD I. KEIM Mt. Berry Candidate for ALS. Degree tilee Clnbg Crzulnate Assistant in Cliemistryg llantlg lic- lll0StllCl11Zll1 l.1tc1'zl1'y Society. 1 1 1 1 VERA KEITH Clermont Candidate for AB. Degree Athletic Association. ,331 Secretary anrl 'I reasnrer, His- tory Club. ,331 Y. VV. C. A., '33. Candidate for iJ.B. Degree DELTA TAU DE LTA i 1 1 1 1 Candidate for B.S.II.E. Degree 1 1 1 1 Candidate for A7.B..l. Degree PHI DELTA THETA 1 1 1 1 Candidate for B.S. Degree , 'i PI KAPPA ALPHA Vice-President, Alpha Kappa Psi, President, Commerce R. I - ' Club. l ,Q,l,,,L, l 7 ,,,, :fit ff 1 ' ' . Q 'Y-' e H X Aff A Silkibx N? V f i cfm. tx -r 01 1114.1-,etkfgftizr , pf X 'ill Kilt A A A fiibqlteteat QM ina ajwQJr - lXtv twine .318. , . 4 5 ,,4,rlQ e s I i ,A in qw' -fi '12 II' X qi 2 if R I 2 I 1 , ,... 1 Sv-, ,..1I .plfffe f -, I Y Il' fin ss ., , . I -llligfif 'ff ll if. fl, I 'Sw' All ,li -J , - Irfan f2A1fmw, M If f' f .9 ' A A I -an is li -IRI'-if ew flwyr li. ffl . .if 1 ,I a f . li I 4 -A-fbf--5 V " " l llIxIIii,,'wl ' I 4' Q, N 'hi 1, If ,Ji A if i N eniors TXIARGIE l.oUIsE KIDD Crazufrml Cvllllllillllff? for fl.B. Degree KAIJIIA DELTA PI 1'hi lk-ta Kappa. 1 1 1 1 HISNRY CERADY KING Whitesburg CIIllIlil1I1l'6'f0l'B.S.1J. Degree 1 1 1 1 TYIARTHA KRENSON Savannah Crznzfidate for B.S. Fine Jrts Degree IQAPPA DELTA .Xltior.ia'LitCI'ary Socictyg Art Club, '30, 'gig Athletic ASSOCIZITIOII, '30-'33g Class Council. '3I3 Crystal Slillifi, '3:g Sigma Kappa Nu, '30-'33g Y. XV. C. IX., '30-,33. 1 1 1 1 FRANCES KATHRYNE KRUMRINE Athens Canzliflate for 11.3. Degree Science Club, '33g Spanish Club, ,3O, '3I: Tau Epsilon 7 fi TZlll,,,30-,33Q Town Girls Club, '30-'33g X. VV. C. A., , 4 3 33 'x 1 .., , l l , l 4 -Q' Q . Q 4 1 , 15.0 u..a.. ' ALLEEN FISK LAMBERT Athens Candidate for z1.B. Degree 1 1 1 1 LORENZO Dow LANGLEY Thomasville Canfliffale for B.S.E1l. Degree Masonic Order. 1 1 1 1 LEON MILTON LEATHERS, JR. Athens Cfzndidate for B.S.C. Degree CHI PHI Gridiron: Golf Team, '32g President, Biftad Club, ,3Is '32g Baseball, '2Sg lfreshman Football and Baseballg Var- sity Football, '29-'31. 1 1 1 1 TVIARY ALICE LECWEN Augusta Candidate for B.S.A. Degree PHI MU Dolphin Club, '3z. fi- "fs-, ,ag A IP' fi Aww Qim1m.,. ff' ,ms NNW .3l9. Q in ,,:i,'4f .1 jfvl , C ' ph! my Q i lg is 'fir 'Jill " i I I -A -inf 55 fi' ii all A sf N4iv?Nl?,l. 1203, A A I I I J UNI Pm I il 'Mraz-Nl li Yi' li ii fi PN' li' X1 V' I ti l iiriil 5 xiii, fi A 'XV VN 1' .I N' I I L1 N I "I I " ,I ' ,' V. '- '3 Y A LH if ' ti ' 1 ,'W.-131: I ' NI iff: lf' fi ff It 31, fill it or-if fi I ll ' ii - in ' will A, Tiliki. lrlfffti. EM? -Q .sxgfg We L."-f-7 ' l f iw W tum, I 1 Q7 xx if ,Lg 'mix ,I ,ull X, il.,,,ff,' fggllavs A emors rliHOMAS HABTILTON LOKEY Atlanta GENEVIEVI5 E. MARTIN Hilton Crnzzlialate for ALB. Degree :Xthlt-tvic .Association '30, Secretary, .Xthletic Association, 31: X. XX. C .X.. 30- 33. Y Y Y Y HENRY Ii. lxl.-XRTIN Bowdon Canzlirfflfe for D.f'.flI. Degree lfhi Kappa Phi: President. Parliamentarian, American Xctermary Medical Association: Demosthenian. 1 1 1 1 MARION llfTATHIS Athens Cfznflidafe for 14.3. Degree 1 1 1 1 ROBERT SHARP MATTOX, JR. Cuthbert Canflidate for B.S. Commerce Degree SIGMA CHI Gridiron, Treasurer, '32: Pan-Hellenic Representative. '32: Vice-President, Commerce Club, ,32Q President, Delta Sigma Pi, '31, '32g First Lieutenant, R. O. T. C.: Demosthenian. Cmzdizlafe for MLB., LL.B. Degrees SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Gridiron: lhi Beta Kappag Phi Kappa Phi: Phi Delta Phi: Manager of Debates, ,32, '33g Debating Council, '31-'33: Intercollegiate Debating Team, '30-'33: Impromptu Debate, '30-'33, Champion Debate, '31, '32: Anniversarian, '33: Phi Kappa Key Council: University Speaker, '3I: Phi Kappa: Junior Cabinet: Senior Round Table: Blue Key Council: Glee Club: President, Piftad Club: Cav- aliers: President, Freshman Law Class, '3I: Honor Coun- cil. '31-'33: Chief Justice Ben Hill Law Club, ,33, Vice- President, '3:: Law Librarian, 733, Swimming Team, '29- l32, Captain Swimming Team, ,3I, Manager, Swimming Team, '30 '3I: Manager, Basket-ball, 31, Asst. Manager Football, '27-'29. I Y Y Y Y LAVERNE MACKIN Lawrenceville Camlizfate for fI.B. Degree .Xthletie Association, '30-'3:: History Club. ,332 Spanish Club, '3I: Y. XV. C. A., '3o. Y Y Y Y JAMES P. MADDOX Eat0nt0H Candiflafe for B.S.I1l. Degree Phi Kappa Phi: Alpha Zeta: Senior Round Table. Y Y Y Y ELIZABETH NIANGHAM Americus Crzfzzfizlzzte for .J.B.f. Degree ALPHA THETA Phi Kappa Phi: 'lheta Sigma Phi: XVomen's Editor of Rm! and Bluff.-, Associate liditor of Red and Black, '33, l I I Pdf?" ,,,, itkfl. I 1 fe 5,23 ff' A ,ff lfffiififi ,e ffXQ , i l f Ir - - Bl lmftelt .320. I N 1, 'I Q 17' ' ' ,yt l I G! A . 'Ji' . , I7 . . I J ' '-f'- - ' at X X M '51, X!-A .fx CI-,ff .XI 1 JA 2 If? LL I L Vx I R. 'ft 1- ff fx' - ' Xia . .I Q I- L1 . '- ,I WA A-X ,AJNKIIF-th f J f, X' ,AN X I Q ,H Y A 1 J ' 'I fluff V' ry ' ll I I. R ff. 4,115 - Im . 'N I R . . .I ern nv IJ ,:'zf'f- - ',Y1:,I'K. ,D If I . fa- ' r I 2 'i' gl '- I xx . 1 . .,' 1 YN 7 C iligfgriiyytxhrf if ' U i Civ 'ff 11- ' ii' Ajit ii i iii' Q Liv' I If l C 1I'Lf'4 , 'LKQQYXV C +4 LP- 'fm' X ill igvy i W Q 'S J .II 1.1. 'il Xi I", IX if j W" bra eniors KATHERINE lXfIAY Carlton Candidate for .J.H.lf1l. Degree Athletic .XF.SOCiIlllf'll,' '30-'gpg' Class Council, ,305 Glee Llub, 32. 33: X. XX. C. .X., .zo-33. Q"- 190' RUTH KIAYNARD VVinder Camlirlate for I3.S.H.E. Degree Altioria Lite-I':Iry Society, 'jog Clieniistry Club, '30-'33, llresitlent, Cheniistry Club. ,331 liccjiioiiiics Club, '30-'33, l'resiIlCnt, licoiimnics Club, '333 Quzulranglle, '3:.V '33g Syniphony, '31, ll1'k'SillL'Ill, Sympliony, 'gsg Y. VV. C. A., HENRY' DEVVITTE AIEADERS Toccoa Cazzzfidafe for B.S. Degree V 5.1 ii? W. SANDERS GARNER RIERCER Jeffersonville Camlizlate for B.S..J. Degree ALPHA GAMNIA RHO Uemosthenian: Pan-llellenic Council: .Xgriculture Clubg F. F. G. Club. SAMUEL DAVID NIIZYERS Columbus Canalizlafe for .l.B.J. Degree ALPHA EPSILON PI Blue' Key Councilg Biftatl Clubg Ren' and Blur-lc Statig gf W President, Sigma Delta Cliig Iitlitor of .'1IlH01ll1CFl',' ff ff, Alumni Record Start. Z2"'?g3 QW 9? 514115 1 1 1 1 FRED PANKNIN lh'IILLER Augusta Ca1m'i1latefor B.S.C. Degree CHI PHI Freslnnan'Football, '29: Freshman Track, 'egg VVrestling, .302 Varsity Football, '30, v3IQ Phi Kuppag Gridiron. 1 1 1 1 ELIZABETH MITCHELL Monroe Candidate for 14.3. Degree Athletic Association. '30-'33: Glee Club, '33g History Club, '3og Latin Club, '3I: Orchestra, '30, '313 Reflex Staff. 131, '32g Student Volunteers, ,32, y33Q Y. W". C. A., '30- 33- 1 1 1 1 GEORGE THURMAN MITCHELL Atlanta Candidate for B.S.C. Degree ALPHA LAM BDA TAU Gridirong Band, '29-'3Ig Demostheniang International Re- lations Clubg Pan-Hellenic Council. TiY?'E.'f'l A 'E ve I It +11 D' ' - -at I . Qfiiii iii Z l ,q of fif Q Qt A X lf U - - ww IIIQII .321. fa - flili F 'fi l-if ft l r ' ." ff l - 1 S2 Clit 'J CM ""'1'-X "-l 5' fl 1 T 234 Nl 'f . tl .' J 1 ? 2 li, ' 'R 1. , if " if if ' if-1-' , . AQ--XAV.'f'i cl .ll Sr ' .5 FQ iiilil ati? V V X VV J k i F 'X X' A-.J fail? Qi 'fipffli' rx Nlgl will QQ A ' 'ki 'Ii I U Gift A Viril l i i il V Iwi N X ,A M, my it x 1 ' .fn ff f Q 1 -1 " " .Q 1 . ,ij ,. l Af i-A LL- ff li in 'QM 'tl 5 V Q A W ll A ,ll we . 715322-' eniors MARJORIE CIQHURMAN MITCHELL Griflin Canflirlate for .4.B.Efl. Degree Editor, Bell Tower, '333 Clee Club, '30-'33g Kappa Delta Pig Quadrangle, '30-'33g Red and Black Staff, '33q Re- flex Staff, ,31, '32g Sans Souci, '32g Wesley Memorial Council, '31-'33g Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '32, ,33. 1 1 1 1 JAMES SOLON NIONCRIEF Sylvania Candiflrzte for B.S. Degree Freshman Lacrosse, Varsity- Lacrosse. Co-Captain, La- crosse. .333 Ciridirong President. Athletic Association: J Vice-Iresiclent, Junior Class: Treasurer "KU Club, Campus Clubg I,CIT1CStll6l'li2ll'll Captain, Infantry, R. O. T. C. 1 1 1 1 MAY MONROE Athens Cmzflidate for B.S.H.E. Degree . Chemistry Club, '31, Dramatic Club, '30-'33, Secretary, Dramatic Club, '32g Homecon Club, '30-'33: Secretary, Symphony, '313 Town Girls, Club, Vice-President, ,3jQ Y. VV. C. A., ,32, '33. 1 1 1 1 PAUL HOOPER MONTGOMERY Cedartown Cazzzlidfzte for B.S.A7. Degree Phi Kappa Phi: Agricultural Clubg Saddle and Sirloin Clubg Demostheniang Y. M. C. A. ROBERT S. MONTGOMERY Rome Candidate for B.S. Commeree Degree DELTA TAU DELTA President, Gridiron. . 1 1 1 1 LEHMAN C. MOODY Newnan Cazzdidate for B.S.1Y. Degree Demosthenian Literary Societyg Freshman Football, 'egg Varsity Lacrosse, ,333 Georgia Economics Club. 1 1 1 1 JAMES WHITLEY MORRIS Glenn Carzdidate for B.S. Commerce Degree DELTA TAU DELTA Freshman Baseball, '29: Varsity Basket-ball. '32g Varsity Lacrosse, '30-,331 Glee Club. '3og Vice-President, Athletic Associationg Y. M. C. 'A. Cabinetg Commerce Club. 1 1 1 1 ROBERT GEORGE MORTON Gore Candidate for B.S. Pharmacy Degree Freshman Track and Cross Couutryg Varsity Track, 'gig , Cross Country Team, '30, 'fs filrx. S 'E fi C W fl. FQEFWH 'Sea li? . gm A f Sp. i- ,Zigi-tfzepg is ,f If ' ia." Shih - 'ec '. A 'C X f' 'k' A U 'I -G CMFKM l f ll A - if Bl llhgll ,322. , f ,A f f ,A 7 , A ,M l X ' . : f,j'?',1 f 4 'i"-'iff A . i . 1, iqw 4,3 44 W1 - t ' - xi K ,A . ww ' , 'X , fs. , , .X 4, A I rw ftlfiyff Q3 8,1 l J if 'V . .'Q,' '41 A jk in ff Y N A F-Ah A , ,. . t -l f 4' 'rp + ' fu' . ,, , 47 Q. .r I- ' ' ' ' - f "L . F I T., f , , M ml ,H iff I. -,Alf A' U i ff 1' ,, if f , , H wg ,pig ,li 5 , ,A .ipfj in i .7 , flf'4".,Llw wil A A A Q r 1 , - 1 i f Y 'hr g 1 4 . ,lf If . 1 ,Qi A i f !,f'R"""" eniors GEORGE W. NIOSELY Eastanollee Cfuzzlzzfflle for B.S.l'. Degree Phi Kappa Phig Alpha Xi Sigmag Alpha Zetag Aghong Forestry Club, Vice-Presiclentg Editor Cypresx Knee, '33, Forestry Editor Cy1"re.v.v Knee, ,322 Essay Editor Georgia AgI'1'Cll1fZll'1-Sf, ,33, Eslitor Georgia ,-lgrivzrltizrist, '33g For- est School Alumni News Letter, '3:. 1 f 1 1 NIARTHA ELIZABETH NIOZEMAN Atlanta Cfmzlizlflte for B.S.f1.E. Degree ALPHA TH ETA .Xlpha Mu. NIARJORIE ELLOVVESE Moss Eastanollee CHI1I1if!IlfF for B.S.f1.E. Degree MN, Svenior Basket-ball Team: IIOIIISCOII Clubg 4-ll Clubg X. NV. C. A. ZELMA MOTES Elberton Candidate for ALB. Degree Athletic Association, '33: History Club, '30-'333 Sans Souci, '32, '33, . LONNIE J. MOX'E, JR. Davisboro Candidate for B.S. C0lII7Ilt"Tl'f' Degree Varsity Swimming, 730-732. 1 Y Y 1 NIILDRED ELIZABETH RAICCLAIN Athens 'K V - Carzzlidflle for B.S.I1.E. Degree llomecon Clubg Y. VV. C. A. JOSEPH NIAXVVELL NICCLELLAN Morgan Canffizlate for iJ.B.Ed. Degree ALPFIA TAU OMEGA - Band: Glee Club. EDWARD LAMAR MCCRANIE Eastman Candidate for B.S.C. Degree SIGMA NU Phi Kappa, '30, '31g Demosthenian, '32, '335 Commerce Clubg First Lieutenant, Infantry, R. O. T. C. R E 5 et Aw., .. . A A it in mm, A.-: -rig-fs 51.47. X i1,VfY.,43,'Y3Q'k-S" VX X,f:,,,tL Al K l. ,fy ,',l,. i'4ii.'3'Wli lil MQ' agifafiifr R N A F' i Lf' few' W X531 All wi f ffgt . W. Q H J J f il is fy rw N 2 i 2 Cliff" L- or A it 'fl ' ll 1 rifreelml . 323 . l x H ff 'x ft., 1 D, " 'i -41573. .Lift iw in .. lr. ,-' 5' ,fl J . f, A l , ll .fr if 'V l at . ln. L .lik 11,3 Mi fi lf fill '. ' Q slit KE Vlilffl 4' lliilk C S' W llngl J ll 'D yy! 'iQ lil X , i " w -1' 'ft -,1 ,t 'Q l lvllvl T' ,l Dov iii t-.if -N f 'xi-fi' ,tl filfl "fir 'i DP," lg Q2 I X 1 , 5.5 .. 5 fi. l l l ll , Hi lah X Q".?lJ3fr1. if 1? at T ,tw T, L 1 . l. 14. .. . E 1,iiita..i f it ,Fill-xii' lfg N.V' -' flf' ' l . N, i' 'Mlm Q' -ji ' i' -Vx lg S I 5 T ,J llxienl ax? x fknp ff-ffabC?L,S, -- tl-Ya 'T l' f lllw ljfl l ill. Q Llp - PTA X-te PHIL CDYVENS lX'ICKNIGHT Toccoa Cmzdizfate for .1.B.Ezl. Degree Demostheniang Iiducation Cluh. 1 1 1 1 JOHN F. MclXeIULLAN Hartwell Carzzfizfafe for B.S.lJ. Degree Saddle and Sirloin Club: Agriculture Clubg Demosthenian, 1 1 1 1 RUTH BLANCHE MCNEAL Ellafville Candidate for 14.3. Degree KAPPA DELTA Altioria Literary Society, '30, '31g Athletic Association, '30-'32g Chemistry Cluh, '3o: I,.-XNDORA Staff ,33Q Tau lipsilon Tau, Q30-'333 President, Tau Epsilon 'Iau, '33g Y. VV. C. A., '30, '3I. 1 1 1 1 RUTH MCPE1'ERS Savannah Candidate for JB. Degree Athletic Association, '31-'33IY Class Council, '3og Glee Club Accoinpanist, ,331 St. Cecelia Music Clubg Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. ,,.., eniors LEWIS HOXVARD lh'ICDONALD Hazlehurst Cfznzfidate for B.S. Degree 1 1 1 1 FRANCES MCELHENY Monticello C11ne1'i12'11feforl1l.B. Degree KAPPA DELTA tilee Club, '30-'3-gg Gamma Delta'0niega,4 Secretary, '331 Athletic Association, ,30, '31g History Cluh, 'gog Quail- 7 rangle, ,321 Sigma Pi lsi, ,321 Tan Upsilon Tau, '30- ,333 Y. VV. C. A., '30-'33. 1 1 1 1 Lois MCGUKIN Hartwell Camliefate for J.B.E1l. Degree IQAPPA DELTA Class Council, '30-'33l Executive Council Board, '30, 'gig Orchestra, '30-'33: Sigma Kappa Nu, '31-'33g Sec- retary, Y. NI. C. A., '33. 1 1 1 1 JOSEPH DONALD MCKEE Detroit, Mich. Candizlate for Al.B.f. Degree Phi Kappa: Treasurer Sigma Delta Chig Sigma Delta Chig Red and Bleek Staff. X'l O 6 flies? is g Vtgk E xl 1 I of - 13, ' l l F D' , f l l K D5iCflD4 .324. ,Y ,I ,. rf , 1 ,' r ' ' . If f- - 1, ii 1 4 4 ,J '1, ,yt -1 + T' : 1 ,- , ,, , . , . W l W I lg ,p,qx, I V, , . f..,.., ,, ,I A . A My 1,-f , r Jr , - l 4 i v A 'T l r ' 2 ' -i 'I' A 1' . fl f - I I , . I t ., . 'N X4 fi X 5 l K I l ,jwif 1 T . 1 ffi I A ltnpvx lf f l X X ' 'I Xi f I W C rirlx I 'Y i X lf, if ,N ' N nfl H i 1 M 71 , ,f T1 1 X, df y f . . 3 f I -.1 it 1 wr if Q fffll, . X ,Aw N41 , , , F Z fi . .1 eeee -- eniors JAMES VASON NICVVHORTER Atlanta Camfiflafe for i1.B.E1l. Degree CHI PHI Captain, liuuthall, 'gzg Varsity lfouthzlll, '3n, 'jig Pun- llellenic Council: Pelieansg Ravens, 1 1 1 1 JOSEPH I'IANIIL'l'0N N.AI'IER, JR. Macon Cmulizlzzle for LIME. Degree SIGMA AI,I'HA EPSILON' firilirnng Phi llkltll Phi: lllue Key Council: Theta Nu lfpsilnng Pre-Siclcnt, Ravens: Kappa Beta Phi: Varsity 'liennisg State lluuhles Champion, '30, '31, Southern C1111- fcrence llnuhles Flxznnpion, '30, 'gig llirectfn' Of Intere ninrzil :intl Varsity Tennis, '32, '33: Junior-Senior Im' prtnnptu Debate: Snplioinnre lleelaniatiunz Freslnnan lm- promptu Debate: l'll'E'l1illllElll Dehateg Phi Kappa Key fnuncilg Sports liclitnr Red nm! Blnel.',' Sigma Delta Chig lliftarlsg Intercollegiate llehnting Team, '29-'33g Demo- cratic Caucus I.eatle1'. 1 1 1 1 VV, J. NASH Athens Cmzzlizlafe f0r,f.B.E11. Degree 1 1 1 1 GECJRGE LEWIS NEIASKJN Chipley Cfzzzdiflrzte for T-l.B.Ed. Degree CHARLOTTE Nix Sanford, Fla. ClIlllli1lllfFf.flI' .J.B.E1f. Degree AI,PI"IA DELTA PI .Xthletic Association, 'HZ llrcliestra, '553 Sigma Kappa Nu, ,331 Y. NV. C. A., '33. 1 1 1 1 JAMES PAUL NOWLEN Americus Camlidate for B.S. Degree 1 1 1 1 lVIARTHA KEENE CYFARRELI. Athens Cnrzdidate for B.S.H.E. Degree ALPHA THET.-X Homecon Clubg Y. VV. C. A. 1 1 1 1 JASPER CHARLIE OGLESBEE Girard Candidate for B.S.14. Engineering Degree XIICC-P1'6QiClSl'lt and President, Agricultural Engineering Clubg Ifuitor Agrzcultnral Engineer, '33. X 'K ' 612. JX . I N, ' , N.. , .- 'KJ ee A .A . . - .. . . - X ifefiig Z 1 N f. E55 QV H' 1FjfF Qfiifli ii SYS X ii M Q felllehmgfft N' XJ ' ,E 3 I X 1 In Q, 1 H I ' I f Lf i4 l :Q--N1-f f------ -'f " A fifkl .reel if it , Trim .325. I 1 1 1 1 Q V1 X V . 1 rl Q , 1' ii V1 W -I I r .f I ' I - .I i,!r?:' L 'fr'rgj g I QA 4,jg,p1gi A? ll y '-get Q 'l,nI.i,f35.' L", 'lull l LAID ' " .I ns I - R. U 1. . I X ' l' l l IX Y. 1 L, H g lu I,1Y,x1f w g XJ ll I 4 I gf. X 1 xl yx Ii V IRI, J gl If jpg, N mv ,vm y, 5 , I , tl IM I Y I, v xi lk I ,L , Yfl X , . l Ali, A, lil ,Ml ft MRI V X17 .1 7g Q X V'-N gif, 'li' A I" W'l 'a ,X xp 1-144 twlwfglll,-, ,I ji.-I 'lf 5 I K,- -- 'G W' '- ly A X l L' f' I Lf A' " if -5 W ' 'lflgt l'.i fare f EL ,,,e eo.Dl- Meri IILJN II,w+-Ifsn-fwvh eniors WILLIAM ROBERT CYKELLEY, JR., Greensboro ALPHA LAMBDA TAU Kiwi und Bluff: Staff: llcinostbenizlng Sigma Delta Clli. Y f 1 f VVILLIAM CHEVES OLIVER Pooler Czznflizfate for B.S.L.I-1. Degree SICNIA CHI l'elican Club: P2111-l'lC'llL'lllC Council, 'gli l.Il11flSC!llI6 AV'- cliitectural llub. 1 Y Y 1 ELISABETH ORR Atlanta Czzrzzlizlate for JB. Degree PHI NIU l'innn Scliolzirsliip, '39-'gpg Girls' illee Club, '32g l'ioncer l'lub. f f f Y THOMAS S. PAINE VVayCross V JA'-,s3,f.W4 f I Cfzzzzfizlzzie for B.S.C. Degree JEWEL PARKER Martin Cllllllillllfl' for d.B.E1l. Degree Attenflcrl Vlfesleyan College. '13-'Jog junior League of VVOIIIEII Voters, '33: Le Cercle lfraucais, '24-'26g Y. W. C. A., '24-i261 Internationzil Relations Club, '26g Des haters' Council, '261 Student Fellmvsliip Club, '35, '.26g Golden Hearts, '24-bo. ' aku' A LALA ANN PARKER LaGrange Crzndizlrzte for B.S.ff.E. Degree ALIJHIA GAMBITA DELTA NIARGAR ET PARK ER NVest Point Canrli1l11IeforI1l.B. Degree Adelante '31, '32g Athletic Association, '33Q llistory Club, '30-'33: Quadrangle, '31, '32g Refiex Staff, '31, '323 Stu- rlent Volunteers, '32, ,332 Y. VY. C. IX., '33, GEORGIA NVATSON PARTRIDGE Berzelia Crznzlizlate for 31.14. Degree A Ali. Ed. Degree, '32. eq - f fe, E A -, 'TI ,I Q. ' F 1, k Y Q . it :-in ' If A N if W if 1iVwlQkAXg1i+ li mm, I 0, I ll IV Q X it fi lil D '7"i ' 'll W We liemkrmri gl lIw,lMnV .326. f . ,A 71. I , .4 P Ui, , ,l, 1 A an at I lr- ,IQ ,leg .11'f1"l - I 'EEK It fltfj 7b'hIL"','i3 I , 4' fiiiqrxvg v-?2H?f4lAlDg3, I I Xiu!! X?-,Y f, 7 -MLS 'High P .A Liz . flwflf Ve ry G l 1 , wi , Qugr 0,19 I 14 Q1 -My F. ,, -W 11 11:1 +5ff1fv.1-.iw. lj I . I f I . 1.11 11 11 I 11 It A , .A lx M,,1I, 13.1. flffff- 'Raj , X if jf MPI fi 5 f ' ,118 . I I . f ,L Sa .4LRfyf' P S 'IA " PWC' " 'C' KR l 'wifi ' I I "' Q. . 1'-'J IRL A -AL 1. f ...fd 'eniors 1 KIARY RUTH PENLAND Ellijay Carzzfiflate for ,1.B.E1l. Driver' KAPPA DE LTA PI Athletic Assnciatinii, '31, '3:g ill. S. U. Council, '323 Class Council, '31, '33Z Clee Club. '3'l. '32. N'CF0tfH'Y, tllee Club. '332 'Van Upsilnn Tau, '31-33. NIARION PENNINGTON Matthews Clllllfillllff for B.S. DF,Qfl'?f' Athletic Assnciatinn, '3ng llomecon Club, '31-'33, Sigma l'i Psi, '311-'33g Y. NV. C. A., '3o-'33. NEWTON MACK PENNY Naylor Carzflizlate for B.S.1J. Degree l'hi Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta, Gridiron, Aghong Georgia liconomics Club, Varsity Rifle 'l'eam, '32, '331 Starlf Civorgifz ,'1gr'1'c1Iltz1I'z'.vt,' First Lieutenant, Infantry, R. O. ,I. C DORA AGNES PERKERSON Greenville CIlIlIliIlIlfF for B.S.H.E. Degree NVon a "G" in '32g Houiecon Club, '29-'3:: Y, NY. C. .X., '39-,321 W. A. IX., 'ZQ-'3.ZQ .I-H Club, '29-,322 Hockey 'l'CEi1I1, '29-'331 llaseball, '39-'33, Basket-ball Tezun, '39- '33, Rifle Team, '31: Basket-ball Manager fur NY. A. A., '31, Hiking Manager for VV. A. IX., '32, 'l'I'easuI'er, W. IX. A., '33: Secretary of 4-H Club, '31, '32, President, 4-H Club, '32, ,331 Poultry Science Club, '31-'33, Pres- ident of Soule Ilall, '32, '33. LINNEL1, PERKINS Campton Cazzziizlafe for B.S.If.E. Degree Chemistry Club, '30, Homecon Club, '30-'33, Y. XV. C. .X., '30, '3I. Y Y Y Y BERNICE PURCELL Cochran Carzdizlate for B.S. 1T1I'f Degree KAPPA DELTA Y Y Y Y LESTER H. PERSELLS Athens Carzdizlate for ALJ. Degree ALPHA LAMBDA TAU Y Y Y Y EARL JACKSON PHILLIPS Chipley I Candidate for B.S.C.E. Degree Member University Chapter of American Society of ' i ' Civil Engineersg Tau Kappa Phi. Iwi' A T f . i W '91, if-QSM 'P in-42 A I A a 1 2 - ll ll .327. HT RQ -'X- fl'i5Ql Ti' by Quill X , '- ? hllwgw, ii K , firf41f1I'gfgjb,9?f Li I All lftrlilf,-3 it if QQ AW Vx - + - I D 'Pe' . I " I f- , 'I' x ,' FM , jf, "I I 5 ,H pw ,f ", ,, T11 jiguf. ' Cl N Il I9 if I th I 4414- M wt 4 fs 'M W I J ls .l.f"fleefi FREEMAN NAPIER POOLE Byron Cfzrzrlifffzte for B.S.A7. Degree Varsity llaseball Manager, '33. 1 1 1 1 JOSEPH CHARLES POPKIN Trenton, N, J. Canzlizfafe for APB. Degree Senior Round Table. 1 1 1 1 WILLIAM STOKELEY POUND Athens Cazzrlidfzte for B.S.C.E. Degree KAPPA ALPHA firidirong Senior Round Tableg Freshman Swimming Team, '29g Varsity Swimming Team, '3og Varsity Basket- ball Team, '32, '33, Junior Cabinetg Tau Kappa Phig Pelican Club, President, American Society of Civil En- gineersg Sergeant Major, '31, First Lieutenant, '32. 1 1 1 1 MARGUERITE LoUIsE POWELL Grillin Candidate for B.S. Chemistry Degree Debating Team, Dolphin Club: Thalian-lllackfriars1 In- ternational Relations Clubg VVomen's 'Student Govern- ment Councilg Pioneer Inner Circle, Pioneer Secretary. eniors FRANCES AUGUSTA PIKE LaGrange Cfmdizlate for B.S.f'I.E. Degree ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 1 1 1 1 NATALYN PIKE LaGrange Candidate for A7.B.Ea'. Degree ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 1 1 1 1 MARGIE PITTS Columbus Carzdidate for ,17 .B.E1z'. Degree Athletic Association, '30, '3Ig Student Volunteer Group, President '33: Tau Epsilon Tau, '30-'33, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. '33. 1 1 1 1 MARGUERITE POOL Winder Crzndiflate for B.S.H.E. Degree B. S. U. Council, 732, Chemistry Clubg Homecon Club, '30-'331 Sf. Cecelia Music Club, Secretary and 'Ii1'C3.SLlI'6l', '33: Secretary and Treasurer Symphony, ,3I, President, ,321 Y. W. C. A. L.1g1.1J.,,:..I+. 1435 ,j5QN4 gtk f,,-l-pg. C A my QQ, Ye ff' A E, 151 A ,ff I7 Sff5LN'f' XX A :Y xiii lliVTi1..LATCJ- i no if 'W Ye U 5 f I Il xg ff fi fx I l 9 150 me fir - - 51. we nlfeui .328. L I. 1 , . f ,ff . , I , Q A I 'Lg 'L ' lr fr' ffl? ifxfifl il e A - 1 117'-.', ff? Wear- f tree 1 2 f A : for are . 1. A A Lg' fifjgLj'w?CkQ'lf li l '-ll fl WK f A410 L' tif ' GLW -f 1 Niifii' ll,.lI if--1' lkmysi il-'ii fixsly ' ,fl ix xx 71:1 Av i VY Y X 3 'V i Y ' xi l Q fy Y 'nf X 'iii' ll Al lil l,,i'li ll l 4,1 lil ' f AL A 1 ' W' L L W , L- L L ,L L L .L MM-- lVIORRELL LINDSEY POWELL Hartwell Cfulzfiffafef0rB.S.1-1. Degree Jxlllllil Zeta: .Xglioug fienrgfrl E'1iLfI'l.L'llIfZll'I'.Yf Staff: Trustee, Agriculturzil Club lluilfliug liuuml, '32, ,333 Vice-President, Satltllc :mtl Sirloin Vlub: Agricultural liugiuccriug Club, 'gag SiJCl'L'l2ll'y, Poultry Scit-ucc Club, 732, Prcsitlcut, Poultry Scicucc Club, 'Img l'l'CilllL'llt, .LH Club, '33. sa E. BLAIR PROCTOR, JR. Atlanta Crznzlizlrzfe for .J.I3.f. Degree PHI DELTA TH ETA , , D yr ELEANOR PRvoR Smithville ClIllIJi1lIlff'f'0f B.S.H.E. Degree CHI OMEGA 'Vbali:1u-Ulackfrinrs Club: Ilmuccon Club: Y. XV. C. A. Fzibiust, '31-'33. 1 1 1 MARY JUANITA PUCKETT Macon 5 J! Candidate for B.S. Degree fi .L g 2 f f LH af ARD PULLIAIXI Eastanollee Camlidate for B.S.lJ. Degree 1 1 1 1 RIARGARET EUCENIA RAYx1oND Augusta Carzzlizlate for ,1.B.E1l. Degree 1 1 1 1 ANNE REDDING Moultrie Czzndidate for J.B.Ea'. Degree V CHI OMEGA ,' 1 1 1 1 NOLA REED XVhitfield H - Carzdidate for B.S.I1.E. Degree ' L W ' ' Honzecon Clubg Poultry Science Clubg 4-H Club. J L 7' L Di D, L - f X 1,7 VW 61,11 N L 1 QQ! R G24?1i-NEA K Q- V fll,-1o4'fliL5i'gD' L LD X514-R I ' 'izfgfgifif L fs 7 ll v-A ip -A f ee QL -' fx H A , Xcfir l-ii' f D I ,ff 4 X fx xr i 1 KW M141 53 RE-7,1iv'lx ix-j GE ,Ap eg A X Il: 35469 or 1 Q A i if Mfr Q A A X ' U 6555? ' - - ll, , lt! EEE . 329 . . p 4 ,S f f ,aw L"?Q. .1 ii " ' C." I 'iii' .L lf --ii if L "ffl I , Mina Y, fi' gf XAILW S 'C N- 'i I " 9' 'S lf-. 0' 'Ll I f O y lvl I is f I M! U -fr It 'reel I .I i l-le 'W' .I I we .I I we-I, rd ffl I ,D .1 ri . l I li All filo A lflflfcfffeeee .wr Y ig? lixg! if' W IV .Xl VINE If fc ,, l l I. Q I, l I 5 f 'W WT, fy ,XX 'W Vg A 1' 7 effsfffs - . T :TQ . - ll if-Jie 1 ' ' if Q .fl Ivfufmix fifief -'-AVE V I CTUOTS NORMAN GLISSON REEVES, JR. Soperton Canflidate for LLB. Degree Sigma Delta Kappa: Chief Justice, Andrew I. Cobb Law Club, '32, '33g Secretary and Treasurer, Senior Law Class, '32, '33, 1 1 1 1 SAMUEL THOMPSON REVELL Louisville Canrliflflle for B.S. Degree 1 1 1 1 CHARLES IRWIN REYNOLDS, JR. Athens Candidate for J.B.J. Degree Griclirong Blue Kev: Editor-in-Cliief, Rea' and Black, '33, Managing Editor Red and Bluffs, '3:g Demostlienian Lit- erary Societyg Campus Club. l 1 1 1 1 CLARENCE A. RHODES Stapleton Canflizlafe for B.S.C. Degree FRANK TELFORD RITCHIE, JR. Commerce C1znflidatef0rB.S.H. Degree Agricultural Clubg Y. M. C. A.g Poultry Clubg 4-H Clubg Dcmosthenian. 1 1 1 1 HORACE BONAR RITCHIE, JR. Athens Carzflidafe for 14.8. Degree SIGNIA CHI Associate Editor, PANDORA, '32g First Lieutenant, Cavalry, R. O. T. C. 1 1 1 1 LOUISE ROBERTS Athens Candidate for B.S.fI.d. Degree KAPPA DELTA l'lIi Kappa Pliig Tlialian-Blackfriarsg Zodiac. 1 1 1 1 LATRELLE ROBERTSON Atlanta I Cflnflidaie for 14.8. Degree PHI M U Phi Kappa Phig Eta Sigma Phi. 3, L ' i V' Y X jnjfi H ff -75, A Wjft? Qqrgigim 4570.34 1? .ffe f-fm Q 5 ' 1 ef N I QV' Iftefufmuaet eff' A 1 If lt SWR? sit .G RIKEN A , ALS. L ee X f? 'LFG , 1 K I' K .-FT A ffl 5 A 51. we glllfill .33O. ,. ef fs, like ,HK 4,if"'i'i fi , lf" ' .J,z"L'l.A, 'I Kiel, f A472153 '- I . . F ur-fi: 1401 1. XV., A , ,JN 1 L I A - I f A ' , 1 ,, Mtfx- V 11 ti ,I -if ftge.,-S e,,,l .mtl ,-11 fi ww.- 1 I . , 'li""tfl,ef2' 'mi 1' - LPf'xil:Sfh"" fi' 'i C' ' ' 5 W 1' 1' I S 5 4 ,gil 1. eAA1.1- I 'lvl C., if 1 1 W A ,. ., 1 A I ,A J- M eniors KATHERINE VALENTINE ROGERS Demorest Canzlizlate for .J.B. Degree CHI OMEGA W. A. A., '31, '32: President, Pionccr Club, ,331 Pres- ident Cirls' Clec Club ' ' President Kansa Delta Pi . 1 I I 331 - - flli 1 I '33: Secretary-'I'reaSu1'er, xN'0l1lZlI1'S Pan-Ilcllenic Council. '33Z Thalian-Blackfriars' llramatic Club, '3o-'33, Pioneer Inner Circle, '32, '332 Zodiac: Business Manager, Girls' tilee Club, '31, '32: Junior Representative, VVoman's Stu- dent Government, '3:g Freslinian Swimming Team, '3o: Soplioniorc Hockey Teain, '31g lJC2ll1'S List, '31-'33. Y Y Y Y VVILLIAM A. ROOKER Atlanta Canflizlafe for B.S.C. Degree SIGMA CHI Gridirong Pelican. Y Y Y Y LEWVIS CUNNINGHAM ROSSMAN bloultrie Canzlirfaie for D.I'..M. Degree jfreasurer, Georgia Student Chapter, A. Y. M. A., '31, 31. Y Y Y Y ARTHUR ROTHKOPF New York City Candidate for B.S. Degree Boxing, '31, '32, Glee Club, '31, '32, VVILLIE PEARLE ROUNTREE Summit Candidale for B.S.C. Degree CHI OMEGA Tlialian-lllacl-cfriars. '32, '331 Pioneer Club: Pan-I'Iellcnic Representative, '31-'33. Y Y Y Y EVELYN SAYERS Columbus Candidate for fI.B. Degree Alpha Theta: Athletic Association, '30-'33: Class Coun- cil, '32, Vice-President, Class Council, '33: llranIatiC Club, '333 Las listralas, '31, ,322 Sigma Pi Psi, '31"33g Y. XV. C. A., '30-'33. Y Y Y Y H ENRY MARSHALL SAXON Hawkinsville Candidate for B.S.A. Degree Aghon: Saddle and Sirloin Clubg llemostlicnianz Agri- cultural Club: XN'ir1ner of lersey Class, Little Interna- tional Livestock Sliowg Old College Club: Treasurer, Aglion Club. Y Y Y Y JOSEPH SCHREIBER Brunswick Candidate for LL.B. Degree ALPHA EPSILON PI Blue Key Councilg Pan-Hellenic Representative. 'Se' f A e - .. . 'tci LQ Z j X I gg 6 1 K 3 , 'K .Z-gisllgggfli ll.- L' if .f ' H I . A it 'A T eff G f eiceiid e.,wgf if . A Q .1 .f M J Gm 'H ijiyd. , V i I fi-rl! fx Y f.Xx ' Q- X Pi ' . s 1 fi-ffgy' MV- ' f H f . V -l "7 - viii at lbw' f l ll L-'T filPwef'."' 'T 7 V ' lil ' 'DX ' 2. y If l ' ,Ar 'M I 9 , Y f, '1 X ' ' yr' - ' l l f nv- r-V f-1 Ifwfmf- ' ze 1 -t T -, 'TC .' -A Q ff A - .4 .,",. R T, . MQ i i it N .ff T-li,?W N -AV , , V 7' -V 'Ji' l , '-.Ly X Vwtxffl fg 1 I WL 9 W, " ' fr ggi ,gig gglfffi Fl g ll 2 g fthe. ef 1 gy R g1xt.t.Q R Arai, efvvL'g"+ A eniors FRED SCHUSTER Savannah Candidate for B.S.E.E. Degree Phi Kappa Phi: Freshman Track: Freshman Lacrosse: Varsity Track, '31-'53: Senior Round Table: Biftafl Club: Yice-President. Freshman Y. M. C. A.g A. S. C. E.: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '32, '33g Phi Kappa Literary Society. 1 1 1 1 GEORGE RIURL SECKINGER Springfield Candidfzie for B.S.C. Degree Commerce Club: Y. Rl., C. A.: Deinostheniang First Lieutenant. Infantry, R. U. T. C. 1 1 1 1 ELOISE EVELYN SETTLE Atlanta Candidate for .1f.B.Ed. Degree ALPHA GAMBIA DELTA Q XY. A. A., '30, '31g Y. XY. C. A. Cabinet, '30-'33. 1 1 1 1 HAZEL SHACKELFORD Athens Candidate for B.S.H.E. Degree Homecon Club: Town Girls' Club. P HELEN SHACKELFORD Athens Candidate for B.S.H.E. Degree Homecon Clubg Town Girls' Club. RUTH SHANKLE Commerce Candidate for .:I.B. Degree ALPHA THETA Transfer VVesleyan College, '3og Spanish Club, '32g Sym- phony, 33Q Y. VV. C. A. EVA CLAIRE SHIVER Americus Candidate for B.S.H.E. Degree Homecon Clubg Y. XV. C. A.g 4-H Club. RUTH LILLIAN SHROYER Oglethorpe Candidate for 14.B.J. Degree Theta Sigma Phi. lf? A 'ill' T .fi P fi iff SF f-1-1-an QQ 4: ik :fi -JW w l uf if if e Lf iii... it T td life QQTS S Q9 digit EM f 1 ff L A ' 1 ll. T 1613?-ii 'T .332. Q! U J' I, 5 .. . , 4"-, , fn' 'T -'5 1' il' 1 ." ., "'A1'. ' .Q-.. I -,fl Nj 1, ,- - 3 W- rg 'A J f, , , ---11---l 1- V2 FX itil' f1,vLV.1fxl 1 I 1' I yx X. ' ,1 y .O 'V , , VN, -. 1 .flaw ll M -tw' 1-I A11 1' Life- A Q 1,1 ,IQ ' - c.,2,"' QLD It I, 1, 1 ,J V- '12 3 ,' '. 'A C , ' f 'N 1'frf-nl-' 'lA"Ml"Rf-' S 'fffr K W " ff V2 A ' ' I - ,474 ff-Qypgy +L-W 'II' .'q ldv, ' 1 ff' Q g , 5 3, 4.5-1 eniors NATHANIEL G. SLAUGHTER, JR. Athens Canzlizlrzte for B.S.C. Degree SIGMA CHI Criflirouz Varsity llaskct-ball, '33, Varsity Golf, '31-'33: l:l'CSl'lIl1Zl.ll Golf: Commerce Club: l'hi Kappa l.itc-rary S1ICI6Iy. ALBERT CJRAY SMITH XVaycrOss Cmzzfizlaie for 1J.B.f. Degree flrimlirtmg "X" Club, llluc Kcyl Campus-1 Club: llcluus- the-uiang lfrlitor-in-C'hicf uf thc Rm! 111111 lflllflf, '32, '33, blillliiflllljl li1litOr uf thc Rell mul B111t'l.', '31, '32, Sports lilllllll' Of thc Refi 111111 Hl11rf.', '30, '31, Rcportcr Kea' ami Bluff: Staff, '39, '3O: G1'urg1t1 Crtwker Stall, '29, Fresh- man Illlllftlllllltll llcbatc, 'JOQ Vicc-Prcsiclcut autl Char- tcr Nlcmbcr, "X" Club, l'f1litOrial lluarrl, Rea' t1111l Bhlrlc, '31-'33, tllwl Collcgc Club, Canzlidfzte for If.B.E1f. Degree qw.-,,, BESSIE SMITH Danielsville Athletic Association, '18-'Jog Miltlrcd Ruthcrforfl Liter- ary Society, '18-':O. 6'5- HELEN SMITH Lilly Cfznflizlzzte for B.S.H.E. Degree Athletic .XssOciatiO11, '31: Chemistry Club, '31, '32, Pres- iclcnt, Chemistry Club, '33: Class Secretary, '33, Home- cnn Club, '30-'33, Vice-Prcsicleut, llomccun Club, 33Q NVQ-slcy lfuumlatiuu Council, '331 Y. VV. C. A., '30-'33. RICHARD E. SMITH Lakelantl Cazzdifzlzzte for B.S.El1'. Degree l:l'6!-llllllilll Rifle Team, '29, '3O: Varsity Rifle 'l'1-am, '30- '3g, Captain, Rifle Team, '32. '333 Ag1'lCllllLll'Hl Club, 4-ll Club, F, F, A. Clubg First l.lClllCllZll1I, lufautry, R. O. 'l. C. 1 1 1 1 STANCIL M. SMITH Athens LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Candidate for B.S. Commerce Degree 1 1 1 1 VERNON S. SMITH Macon Cazzdidate for B.S.C. Degree SIGRIA Clrll Sphinx: Gridiron. 1 1 1 1 JOHN ROBERT SNEED Rome Candidate for B.S.C. Degree - V N A Phi Kappa Phig Beta Gamma Sigmag Eta Sigma Phi. R f Q? I l ., liiiwgglfggg fm X 'S?j..l?l-1112" Tk ' fx P , A Iv i F Q11 Wy Ig:-3' -,kgw'-1-X J ilk. YR Q ll X KV Z lj 6113 X lx B g X . S 7 x, ,K K,-J -, W-A lf . 333 . uv gv J1 J I-N 1 ' X: It ' ' l x - v -V 3 L -.1 , I wfff, V 1 1 ll .X I, 'Nil ," x if 1 1 g , . if A' ' , C X l ., ---, 1 . 1 Q1 1 1 1 3.3, ,, 9 fe, 1 - ' '1 y, ,Y 1 v..z:,1 , 'La --W . ffl O, XA X . . V gr T Q if 1 r 5 Q T A l s 1 ' l 1 'fl N - , .3 1 tl 1 jj 1 1 I li f X, xii' k 1,1 il 1' , 'V 'fyvi -f .1 1' by 1, i il f - 'L A1 N1 1 j I at IIS J H J fn G 1 li 1 A 1 f ' l Cl IX LPM I' 1 lf 4. BURVVELL P. STANLEY Athens CIlllI1lIlIlfPf'0l' B.S.C.E. Degree 1 1 1 1 VVILLIAINI M. STANLEY Dublin Candizlafe for 3.3. fourmllism KAPIJA SIGBTA Sigma Delta ClIi: President, Kappa Sigma, '33, 1 1 1 1 HEI.EN BLAIR STEED Crawtordville Cmzdidfzte for J.B.E1l. Degree Athletic .-Nssociation, '33: Chemistry Club, '32: Class Council, '3I: French Club, '32: Kappa Delta Pi, '33 Quadrangle. '3I, '33: Sigma Pi Psi, ,32, '33: Y. VV. C. A., '30, '3I. 1 1 1 1 DAVID STEINE Warrenton Canzlizlzzte for B.S.C. Degree TAU EPSILON PHI Gridiron: Blue Key: Ravens: Business Manager, Tha- lian-Blackfriars' Dramatic Club, '31-'332 President, Phi Kappa Literary Society, '32g Varsity Debate Team, ,3I, '3z: Student Assistant, Economics Dept., '31-'33: Senior Round Table: Member Pan-Hellenic Council, '3I-'33. 'I . -2: M - 'Ul u' All-' --lf Pill "'11.f,f5f'X'1 .- tfi, R I 1 was TJ . I - W fi' Il lt' 'IJUW N 4, - W 1 . lr, g7'lX1,,fj,f1 A 5 ,till-fb if 3 fill if 'TQ-'vY'Lb51T" ETIIOTS FREDERIC SOLOMON Fort Valley Czznzlizlate for HS., LL.B. Degrees PHI EPSILON PI Sphinx: Phi Beta Kappa: Valedictorian: liditor-in-Cliief, 1933 l'ANuOR,x, Associate liditor, 193.2 PANDORA: Gridiron: Phi Kappa Phi: XN'lllllCl' Hamilton MCVVl1Orter .Xward for General Excellence: International Debate, Oxford Univer- sity, '3Ig International Debate, Dublin University, '3.2: VVinner, Junior Oration Cup, '3I: Vice-President, liluc Key Council: Treasurer, First Year Law Class, President, Second Year Law Class: Vice-President Senior Law Class: President, Phi lfpsilon Pi: Senior Round Table: Phi Kappa Kev Council: Debating Council: Pan-Hellenic Council: Diftad. 1 1 1 1 DANIEL JACKSON SORRELS Danielsville Cmzdizlnfe for Il.B. Degree 1 1 1 1 TYIILTON C. SOUTHWELL Reidsville Cfmzlizlzzte for B.S.IJ. Degree Rifle Team, '32: President, Poultry Science Club, '33Z Livestock Judging Team, '33: Agricultural Club. 1 1 1 1 NIARGARET SPARKS Blakely Canzfidate for IJ.B.Efl. Degree CHI OMEGA l .QQQLLD Al' V, S , Y . ' f ' ,, fs- X, W f J 11 lllfxll I 115 esqfll ' P at 1 - 51. w llilfjjl I .334. 1 .L 'yu ,A W S' Y , A v, , . ,, r-v fy ff Af , ,. 4li'.1.,LiX,!. 'A uf-1 A , -,434 . ,L ., . '7 ' ,A ' .'. ' f T , , , A Jf.?l:,fi'!l ! Q 'MA r. ,L VV, , Tfff 1. is , .. ., WALK ifwl " ' ,L M, l . , . . 9 -Xtnfq , , ,X i',yA'l X3 V , ' N lui .1 . 1, V1 .-T L 41 'f f ,f l f ' -I l f N g il 1 ' ,, , fl, , 1 ' ' l , XF. W lf-.TJ-,I 93-7 'V , X .bf 1 .1 jx T - .13 ,I-f 1, Nflw cfwl'fl!f!.C7 My l if if if A -T' A ffz , , UN .. f 'fL fr- V My L-LV, 1 I W Q 4 J 1 1 eniors MosEs HARRY STEINE Warrenton Canffizlale for LL.B. Degree TAU EPSILON PHI President, Blue Key, '3:g Gridirong President, Phi Kappa, '31g Anniversarian, '32g Panrllellenic Council, '30-'31, 1 1 1 1 CHARLES CONRAD STELLING .iugusm Cznzzlizlnte for B.S.E.E. Degree Tau Kappa Phi: A. S. C. li.: Ritle Team: Captain, R. O. T. C.3 Monkey Team. 1 1 1 1 RoNALD DAVID STEPHENS Adairsville Cfuzfljrlafe for B.S.A. Degree ALIJHA GAMMA RHO Demosthenian: .Ngricultural Club Debate, 'zgg Biftaclg Blue Keyg Pan-Hellenic Councilg Georgia Economics Club. 1 1 1 1 ELIZABETH STEWART Athens Cmzdizlate for B.S.H.E. Degree Chemistry Club: llomecon Club: Town Girls' Club: Y. XV C LX 1, K 31' 1 .T 'r 'A H' 1 HENRY AI,I,EN STEWART Cedartown Candidate for B.S.C. Degree .Xlpha Kappa Psi: Sigma Delta lQ?llDl 21. 1 1 1 1 WALTON WATTS STEWART Americus Canffialale for B.S. Commerfe Degree PI KAPPA PHI 1 1 1 1 CHARLES F. STONE, JR. Atlanta Cazzziidale for B.S. Degree SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Uricliron: Phi Beta Kappag Blue Keyg Senior Rouncl Table. 1 1 1 1 NIATHA CARTER STOREY Athens Candidate for B.S. in P.E. ALPHA TH ETA Member NV. .X. A., '31-'33g Dolphin Club, '32, .331 Mem- ber the Dance Club, '33: Member Class Hockey Team. llasket-ball Teams for '31, '32, '33g and Member Class Baseball Team, '31-'32. KWH A Aefe 1 . f C m 1 .ji LX QP if - l N , :Clegg LLQL M0 1 Af I . l . 335 . A gf , rj if 1 ,153 f f f lffl A' Z VXI lil Us Ji I AZN ixxfr Qxjplfil i, C of 2 ' N It in I A Q1A I L3 'f . WT yr' wifftxx A I fig IlI r '1ze2if2flfI'f1f fill f 4 1, ve' 'infill-'Erlr,2,A QM' It Seo R KX 'fn li til: 'I 6 It ffelsw els will fllllfrsea ' eff 'f' A-'Tons ' l f 'Ml -game .' ' Q1 It Q , rlfmi' X yfflbi'QfrX5tb'5'2j A I eniors ELIZABETH CATHERINE STOVALL Cornelia Candidate for B.S.P.E. Degree W. A. A.g Dance Clubg Basket-ball, '32, '33g Hockey, '32, '33- 1 1 1 1 JAM ES FISHER STRICKLAND Royston Candidate for B.S.A7. Degree Winner of 1932 Danforth Summer Fellowshipg President, Saddle and Sirloin Clubg Livestock Judging Teamg Agri- I cultural Clubg Dcmosthenian. 1 1 1 1 JOHN ALDWELL SULLIVAN Savannah Candidate for B.S.C. Degree DELTA TAU DELTA Gridiron: Southeastern Conference Junior Middleweight Boxing Championg Boxing Team, '32, ,333 Captain, Box- ing Team, '33g Glee Club, '31, 1 1 1 1 FREEMON WALKER TAYLOR Waverly Hall Candidate for Ii.B.Ed. Degree HARVEY HILLMAN TAYLOR Athens Candidate for A7.B.J. Degree Varsity Swimming, '30-'3Ig Freshman Swimming, '29-'3o. 1 1 1 1 , HENRY TAYLOR Quitman Candidate for B.S.C. Degree TAU EPSILON PHI Phi Kappa Phig Commerce Club. 1 1 1 1 RACHEL TAYLOR Franklin Springs Candidate for 11.3. Degree Transfer from Asbury College, ,33Q Athletic Association, '33 1 1 1 1 DELMAR THOMPSON Tennille Candidate for B.S.A. Degree Gridirong "X" Clubg President of Senior Classg A hong I Saddle and Sirloing Assistant Proctor of Old Coilegeg Campus Clubg Agricultural Clubg Demosthenian. ' 3 il I I J QQ'--1f'f-TYKSQX' V B177 l iv' iff V7 ik 5? :Fi 0 An I G! - QC W sr Ui W' ?Qj 4 Z V5 y ings,-A -E Q Th M Ill fair .336. l-,-Y-f . ,,f, ,X-W----v-H Q ,I Y. fy 'IIN' 4 V.. I 1 ,w I, n1V!,,A A 0 1 fir lhji XXIII fi A ,'- 1 lb i Lv. L 1 '.I'.lII.1 f l I f 'fy ' f- It 'I+ -A N ' is lee ' were 1 R f .1 my Wfftl f.. I ffl I If I -Rv ZF, -- ' i ' A ' fl I ff Q it ref' 'lf"'l'7 lf 1 V nfl' f- w w rt e '1 . 4 A fe, ..- .A AAAA 1.4 fl ffft lj, 5 'lr' 9 'J DY- -J ..f..,f.- ees, 'tl JACOB DUFFIE 'IXHORN Prattville, Ala. Canzfizlale for B.S.14. Degree Phi Kappa Phig Vice-Presitlent, Senior Round Table: Varsity Football Cannlitlnlc, '30,-'3:g lfreshman lfuutbullg Aghong Agricultural llnnur Key COuncil: Agricultural Clubg Saddle anfl Sirlnin Clubg l'Oultry Science Clnlzg lf. F. A. Club. Y Y Y Y BUREN PRICE THORNTON Roupville Candidate for B.S.14. Degree , VVinner Of Sophomore Proficiency Cup Given by Alpha Zeta, '3I. Y Y Y Y RIARGIE OLIVIA TIBBS Great Falls, S. C. Cmzdizlate for d.B.E11. Degree ALPHA THETA Class Council, '33: Iuniur League Of Women Voters, ,32L Sigma Pi Psi, '32, ,33Q Y. NV. C. A. Cabinet, '31-'33, Y Y Y Y I TRIBBLE TODD Athens Camlizlafe for B.S.IJ. Degree LlRA TODD Gay Cmzdizlaie for I-I.B. Degree Athletic Association, '30, '31g ll, S. U. Cnuncil. '30-'33g lilee Club, '30-332 Y. NV. C. A. Cabinet, '31-'33, Y Y Y Y AIRS, JESSIE TREXLER Athens Cazzzlizlale for J.B.E1l. Degree Y Y Y Y ELIZABETH TRIMBLE Adairsville ' Candidate for d.B.f. Degree fy., CHI OM ECA VVOmen's Horseback Riding 16211111 YVOman's Editor of Red and Black, ,331 Red and Black Stall, ,3l, ,3.ZQ Tha- lian-Blackfriars. Y Y Y Y HENRY LEONARD TRL'SSELl, R. Talbotton Y Cazzzlidzzle for B.S.d. Degree ALPHA TAU OMEGA Demosthenian. " D! F55 , , .. V f X -Jw il f.. fig - , fr ff' ff' Al ' L' 1 - D7 iiff,f1ai3e QI 1i' 'S Nxrf' i A N 'ielztissisft ffiiffub Z f ,E X may QC! xi-I pf Y 575 A QL.. .Nfg5-v-lV . H39 f' f" ,U f l ,R U Q D -H Kg?-JK L, 'r 532 'Ol gel A N 2 4 fe 76 K l XX 1 fl '55 alll Q , ll 75T.fNif'lf J wi Y ,. I2 ljg .337. l l l l l 1 ll l a , l li W. ii l l C75 ' 14 dw f EJ A il My AW.. A. Af 'i , ' V N , ,fre V, V I I- ffllils X i ei. :flag 'x ' A A . . ' i ,f ., 1 f likes.. iff'-xfljlii Q V Vi XNI ll K " . - is if," 1' 'gif A' SU' , . 1, . -1- ,serum of All y. , Mrqbys is i ff, ,W ti i iv QA. .ln i i -my QW f- - 4, ' , ' x i A ll ,f 'N , ,I x il lr f W ln ffff, x 1 'G I li I Q YQ ' ilk! 7' , as HAL H,5f lvl C1 " ' l .f'1 I i IPM L JI N 1 . ,Q 2 5 K I, A 5. S , 2 X . xy. . f g ' Z ., 'Q i V , x A , - R: f X 4 .A , - V . - ' 9 .ii K V 1' Q ' ,S 5 Q fs' if il R r ., ' . I 'A vvIUl.liT PAULINE USRY Knoxville Cazlrlizfate for B.S.ff.E. Degree Hockey Tezuns. '29-'33: llasehnll, 'gig Homecfvn Cluhi Y. VV. C. A.: W". AX. A.: Poultry Scisnceg 4-H Club. 1 1 1 1 JOSEPH L. VANCE Bowdon Cazzfliflaie for B.S. Degree PI KAl'l'A ALPHA 1 1 1 1 VVILLIAM HERBERT VARN ER Sasser Carzzfiziate for B.S.fI. Degree Secretary of Agricultural- Debating Council. '31, '32: As- sociate Editor of Georgia .'lgI'l'C'lllf1H'lSf, '31, Q3.3Q flgri- fzrlfnrixt Stall, ,32, ,33. 1 1 1 1 DAVID POPE VENTULETT Albany Camfirlate for B.S.F. Degree SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Freshman Track: Forestry Club. ' PM A F y,g,,fA QA--'P-Si eniors AUGUSTUS BACON TURNBUI,I., JR. Toecoa Candidate for B.S.C.E. Degree SIGMA NU Freshman Boxing Team: Blue Key Councilg A. S. C. Student Chapterg Sergeant in Cavalry, '32g Captain Cav- alry, '33- 1 1 1 1 MARVIN FLETCHER TURNIIJSEED Albany Candidate for ,il.B. Degree SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Freshman Swimming Teamg Phi Kappa. 1 1 1 1 HELEN UNDERWOOD Bronwood Candiflaie for JB. Degree Altioria Literary Society. '30, '3I: Athletic Association, ,312 B. S. U. Council, '30, ,lil'6ElSLlI'C!', B. U. Council, ,3!1 President Of f3I'CllCSl1'Z1, v3I, Orchestra, '30-'32, Sec- retary and Treasurer, '33: St. Cecelia Music Club, ,3O, Treasurer, '3I: Y. XV. C. A., '30-'33. 1 1 1 1 GEORGE ELIVIORE USH ER Homerville Canzlidafe for B.S.C. Degree 1 f is A A efsilllf . ' We .338. ,, ,- .' ., ,' , I I . ' ' I ' L fy , , X xx ,I .V 1. ,X H. , ,, 3- - ,. K YI, l D I fl 74 X. I , X X. I, f I I I ,W , . l ,,,- I ,, ,. .' I .I, I T I, - X ,, I . - - r.: A v., L - ' , , X, W I, I ., . . -, . - n f 'X 1 I 4 ., I f Qi fw V I I I I C ' Nff' I B ,ll J I fx fr l C 2 f x If X1 I f nl' if I II I I I f -If I NJ' . Il -I - -Im ' 1rfr l V lhqvffp Y If If 22 mfg BN f nj I I l l KZ: I f fs, l J , I A ', I, h ,QP1 I, ll ll ffl' 'T' ' Q , lli'l"4!! 4 fm' ' f! , l Il - A nfl. ' fl 'll ' I' ' Q Q Lf, -3 -f - , Lf .ilfdf T W l V I 'W 4 4-. f IT, I 4-4, I --T,I ICIJITH HL7FI7 VlZSlil,X' Athens Cllllfliflllff for .1.B.E1f. IJl'KL'I'z"l' slOSlZl'II NV. VINSON Blakely fJ!!1Il1iI!1lff'f-'II' ,1.H.J. PHI DEI,'I'.-X TH IQTA tug. ,W RICH.-'KRD SPENCER NVADDIQLI. Columbus Cmzffizfnlz' for Tiff. lDf',Q'I'l'l' SIGMA Al,l'H,'X EIfsII.ox l.rIIlH'oII: NlZll1ilgL'l', l'ooIlwzIll, ill, M9 f f f f Yggfgggw M --f IXIARGUIZRITE NVADE Montrose Cazzzfirfafcf for ,J.B.E1f. Dfjgzw' Athletic lxS5UCifltlUll, 'gog Cl1enIistI'y Vlub, 'gog llistory Club, 'go-'ggg l'I'u:4i+lc1It nf lliQ.tory Vlulm, ljjl Svcretary zmrl ,l'l'L'?lSUl'6l' uf Kappa llclta Pi, 'ggg Quz1IlI':IIIglc, '3:. '33g Rvflm' Stall, '33 Sims. Souci, ,321 Y. VV. if .X., '30- '33- .lUI.I.'X NVAI,DIiN Stapleton CJIlllIliIfIlfF for flI.J. Dzzgree .-XI.PH.'X GANIAIA DIfI.T,x 1 1 1 1 WILHILMINA NVAI.DRoUI, Hiuwassee Camlizlflfe for ,J.1i'.E1f. Dzjgrer Vlli lffilfljil Vllil Kappa llultzl Pi: lll4lllL'L'l' Clulmg llemfs l.Ist, 31- 33. f f 1 1 RUTH NVALKISR Cochran Cfzmfizlafe for J.B.E1f. Dffgrm' CHI OMEGA rlil'8l1SfCI' YVeSleyan College. '3Ig Athletic .Xss0cintioI1, .313 lfrench Club, ,331 Sigma Kappa Nu, '3I-333 Y. W. C. .X., 31-33- Y f 1 1 l W MRS. A. E. NVALLACE Rutledge I Ca1zdi1lr1ff'forxf.B. Degref W 'QM firm Al f l fi M I 1 W fx Tflfi I. xix.x,xJ 4,?lgTxl X l.1rlYELM?XP Z ink. ,VV L Q lik' lgpx III I X M f I I ' A ,I --' -'- wifi-ziN: X XXL flfflkifgxlgpjvf 5 - I ll I : f' H ...I . 339 . .f.1, J-.5 i ff. N ..f. ,A ff' , fix. . 4 ffi . ,. . - i4.KX.Ei..l-4t:lf? W-wg 'Q- A ll 1.'. , vlni ml fifilf fi 'lf lt K ,ll till J ,llllfim 'Y Q! My X' 141 li? C 1 x I y X, X I" l I " ., . . Auf 'll . . . 1 1 W.. A R . - . 1 - vl N xi if .iv . 1- A 1, 'Qfllfw A ci R vl All Lie CSV, 'lil "N wr " L ,f l xr' f""n. til L" Il 'fl' 'x 1' N V Lf , 1' ' ' if ,f ' 1 ti Q! J Q M XXX ix 'OH A l I, EDNA VVELLS Dublin Calzzfizffzfe for .J.B.Ea'. Degree Athletic Assoeiatiung Y. XY. C. .X. 1 1 1 1 EVELYN VVESTBROOK Carnesville Cazzzlizffzie for B.S.f1l.E. Degree Athletic Association, '3o, '31: Chemistry Club, '30-'331 Gamma Delta Omega, '52, ,331 llistory Club, '3og Home- con Club '30-33,3 Y. NV. C. A., '30-'33. 1 1 1 1 JACK DAVIS YVHELCH EL Douglas Cf11z1li1laleforB.S.C.E. Degree l71'C5lllllZlI1 T.acrosse, '3o: Varsity Lacrosse. '31-'33g Cap- tain l7re5hma:1 Lacrobseg Member of the Student Chap- ter of ,Xnierican Society of Civil lznglneers. 1 1 1 1 NIILDRED WHITEH EAD W'z1tkinsville Carzdizlate for fI.B.Ed. Degree Athletic Association, ,3Q2 Town Girls' Club, Secretary and Treasuxerg Y. WI C. A., Y33. eniors AMOS H, WVARD Elberton Cmzzlizfafe for B.S..-I. Degree Secretary and Treasurer tif Sophomore Classg Georgia lzconomics' Llub: Campus fluhg lfirst Lieutenant, In- fantry. 1 1 1 1 ROY LEE VVARD Hogansville Cmzzlizlaie for B.S.C. Degree 1 1 1 1 ANNIE LAURIE WARREN Fitzgerald Cmzdizlate for JB. Degree Athletic Association, ,3l, ,32: President, Athletic Asso- ciation, '33: Dramatic Club. '31g Secretary and Treasu' rer, Dramatic Club, '33: Sigma Kappa Nu, '31-'33, 1 1 1 1 MARGARET WEBB Dawson Canzfizfatef01'B.S.H.E. Degree ,Xltioria Literary Society, '3og Athletic Association, '30, '31g Chemistry Club, '30-'33g Homecon Club, '30-33: Y. VV. C. A. A .ix tlxfll 1' I' C C my ll KD X l Rx, A Z 3 gif? Q fi A l ll i A l - 9 w ll .340. Hi , A 7 'X B J,,:,,, 1 Dsl ' ' il , XY lf fl' N' . A , ll I ' Xffi fx 1' 'lyftl , X I X 1 4, 3, ,N , 14,7 v 1, M, N, ' Vt n, 14' V, , lv lf H, Nj N5 . xl , f fly, at ,EAL ALI ,f .5 tj fl , .,, I ,t Q 3 it I MQ, , Z j,Q,1.,j,,L 4 Kfllllil 'QQ ' ' " Q " lllf u if l-'feel fr A f"" Q. YY 'wiv ,gf I, -. .wtf I I A ' l lf 'Vi 5 l 9 ' ll ffimn K il illljfi! l flty' ' if ' X ,-1XIi iff 7 ,, l fguyffsss Ate. it e . eniors LUCIAN ALEX WfIITTl.E Brunswick Candidate for B.S.C. Degree SIGMA NU Gridirong Phi Kappa Phig Presicleut, Glue Club, '32, ,33Q Senior Round 'lablcg Blue Key Council. Y Y Y Y ALBERT WIER Athens Candidate for B.S.C. Degree ALPHA TAU OMEGA Biftad. Y Y Y Y VICTORIA NVILBANRS Buford Candidate for JB. Degree Arlelante, '31-'333 Athletic Association, '30-'33: Class Council, '3og History Club, ,332 Latin, '3og Orchestra, '30-'32: Class Council, '3og Reflex Staff: Student X olyun- teer Group, '30-'335 Symphony, '31-'33g Y. VV. C. A., 304 3 33- Y Y Y 1 CLAUDE OTTO WILDER Springfield Candidate for D.I'.!lI. Degree Phi Kappa Phi: Senior Round Table: Agricultural Club: Saddle and Sirloin Club: First Lieutenant Cavalry: Stu- dent Chapter of .X. V. M. A. l ea.. fvrf ,4-.. .Ron- HAMILTON M. VVILLIAMS, JR. Atlanta Candidate for B.S. General Degree KAPPA SIGMA Phi Kappa Pllig Senior Round Table. Y Y Y Y JOSEPH BRYAN XVILLI.-mls Savannah Candidate for B.S.C. Degree Polo, '30-'33g Boxing, '29, '3o1 tilee Club, '30-'33g filce Club, '30-'33g Blackfriars' Dramatic Club, '30-'3:: lfi- nancial Manager of Athletics, '30-'3.2g Captain, Cavalry: Monkey Drill, '29, '3o. Y Y Y Y ROBERT D. WILLIAMS Atlanta Candidate B.S. Forestry Degree Gridiron: "X" Clubg Alpha Zeta: "G" Club: Track, '32, ,33Q Cross Country, '3Ig Lacrosse: Manager, Cross Coun- try Teamg Alpha Xi Sigmag Editor Forestry Alumni News Letter: Associate Editor Cypress K11ee,' Campus Clubg Vice-President, Forestry Club. Y Y Y 1 MARGARET WILLIS WILLIFORD Madison Candidate for A.B.Ed. Degree B. S. U. Council, '32g Class Council, '32g Treasurer of Class, '3Ig Glee Club Treasurer, ,3I, ,32g History Club, '3og Sigma Pi Psi, '30, Vice-President of Sigma Pi Psi, ,315 Spanish Club, ,3I, '32g Student Deaconess, ,33Q Tau Upsilon Tau, '30-,332 Y. W. C. A., '30, ,3I, Vice-Pres ident, '32, President, '33, Q A f A - --I5 ff 5533-ft ll 5 fl. if egiyfl VP . ' I i 317' it fb A l , l AWE? tri 3 f A i l Qffflfgife . fee! B ij ll . 341 . y . I. if I QW ' -1 V U' 'L I si iff:-if I xiii Di. -2 i C A I 0 if . ., J tx V W i I K . ' I f I I ., rf, U ll W W ffl WO A gl r 1 ' Q1 fm 'V ff X . 2 X. 'tiki . ".fl.. DQ 7 - " Qi A X . . ,r . :tae ft .9 1 I . I - . ' N El I I I, 'NIL Kb X Q xg g 1 2 I pf A I if 1 IVIARGARET L. WISE Sumter Czuzflizlate for B.S.H.E. Degree Phi Kappa Phi: Zodiac: President of .Xlpha Mu: Home-, con Club: Y. VV. C. IX., IH Club. 1 1 1 1 ALVIN VVITHERINGTON Dexter CKIIZIJIIIIUF for B.S.E1l. Degree ,Xgricultural Club: F. F. G. Club. 1 1 1 1 LESLIE CROZIER WOOD Winder Carzflizfzzte for ff.B.f. Degree PHI DELTA THETA President, 'I'halian-Blackfriars' Dramatic Club, ,3X, '32: Secretary, Thalian Dramatic Club, '30, '31g Captain, Polo Team, '32, '33: Varsity Polo Team, '30, ,3I, '32g Vice- President of International Relations Club: Secretary- Treasurer, I. R. C.: Captain Adjutant, First Squadron Cavalry: Art Editor, The Georgia Cracleerj Rea' and Black Staff: Art Staff, PANDORA: Phi Kappa. 1 1 1 1 LEROY SHEPARD YOUNG Macon Candidate for B.S.C. Degree PI KAPPA ALPHA Sphinx: Gridiron: All-Southern Basket-ball, '32: Football, '31, '32g Basket-ball, '30, '32: Secretary, Pan-Hellenic Cmgcil: President, Pi Kappa Alpha: Captain, Infantiy, R. . 'I'. C. iv eniors TOM WILLINOHAM Rome Camlidnte for LL.B. Degree CHI PHI Phi Delta Phi: Justice in Law School llonor Court: Pelican Club: Kappa Beta Phi. 1 1 1 1 BIOHN L. WINN Atlanta Cr1n1lia'ateforB.S.C. Degree SIGMA CHI 1 1 1 1 IXIARY LEE VVINSTON Athens Cazzdidate for I3.S..1I..l. Degrce PHI MU l,l'ESlf'lE'llt. VVOITICIIIS Pan-Hellenic: lireslnnan Swimming Team: Dolphin Club: Presinlent of Phi Mu: Electoral Ifioartl. 1 1 1 1 LORIS E, WISE Sumter Cfl71IIIfJIlff'f-07' B.S.H.E. Degree Hoinecnn Club: Y. NV. C. A.: 4-H Club. 3 if , , ,ing , Ap rl QM ffl 9 fi 342 , SCHQCDL ENDS 'fi' .f up' ri, f .f:'.,f. , W. 3' ff . , 6 , ,' , if ,pf . ,i .P X ' , j. , 1 V ' , , , , 1 ,. f, , ' 51 , , . , , 4 -.,.,.- ,f, .c - . j ,f- , V . . , ,. gf., , . 7 I ,,, 1 Efif ,rw- ,f. ni ii -if , ,. .f,, -vggg,v,f"gfg ., as ya, if ,r f 1 , , K A1 Q '55 if' Q " ' 21 Jig? . K' - ' .ly 5 i,g,3,g3f'. wif V., . , Aj I ,Q 5, ,S .,3v,,1.1fil . , :X "' if.. 'd t fi Q .9"+J ' za fwgffa. il ff , .M-fr . rl ,gg f 'iff .f -' ' - ' 5 3 7 Z at ' , ,' f 1' -f 115 11292 ii A ii 2:1 Y J 1 11,44 , w '- ,, -' r, ff Q.. 5353 42 W K 4 M f, . 'i,f,1.'.s. sg? r f? fi le gag 55 is ff' "xiii di r 174' N 525 K? ififu is ff A 4534. A . - i fi ,ir a.4,sf:a 5 , - ..A.ii?N' - A 1-vga, J 0,1 if rf ' If :L .T , -. . . Z 'ff .Y '1' -5:32. M ii' . , 1. if -Q ., W E f K M ig S y3r.ffrif,,11i4 , 'E . i ., ,ugggsl 113135, 63, Y, , L , - 4 fan '?f...f-.-1, 91,4 r ' L' A . 44 K 'W rx' A is. Q-in-N 2114 Qffdfwawffrwf'-ff:" f W .mf . if ,z f if -, iwfQ?'fa- -', lf? . V 4 MN llefmifizazwaw fb f ' ,, weft A lm.. 5' W 1: mf . . F , p A , . f xiw-f42i'f,7:hi3f1a-reg mi -3 . ' 4... f 1 2i'f'f51gfsffb? " Q., -Q . J ,N-r ' , . . ,sf if W Qvgggmuanwmw-gs, 1 wg Q f K 2 Q V 1,,. .-- 4 wg, f ,,, ' fn LL the atternoon ot Thursday, June I, touslehaired students, their eyes still glassy trom concentration, their tingers inkstained trom writing will pour through the arch 84 wander up College Avenue, their active stu- dent days consumated with the "Finish" scrawled at the bottom ot blue exam pads. Thursday night, 8: the studious will wander torlorn, lost without the pressure ot required study. The trivolous will gang together tor parties, litting their voices in song, writing a colortul ending to tour years ot play. Those blisstul days ot loating will tollow, with men growing closer together, more triendly, now that the end ot the trail is near. They will go to closing dances, to dance to a slower rythm, holding a little more tightly, the girls with whom they are dancing tor the last time. They will turn the tull power ot glib tongues 84 persuasive manner on Athens merchants in whose debt they tind themselves as things come to a close, painting pretty pictures ot immediate, well-paying jobs that will pay them completely out ot debt at least by the middle ot July. Three days ot this, then a sleepy Sunday, on which those whose parents have arrived will 343 attend a long commencement sermon by some tamous divine who will speak ot service and opportunity 84 the rewards ot a good lite. About eleven o'clock the next morning Sheriti Jackson, l-ligh Sheritl ot Clarke County, hold- ing stitlly in tront ot his nose a long, shiny saber will stride with maiestic stalk trom Memorial l-lall into Woodruti l-lall where tath- ers 84 mothers, perspiring 84 proud, await. Be- hind him in the purple X1 gold 81 green X4 red rusty academic robes will come the taculty, glad that things are over, that another batch ot intellectuals have been ground out ot the intellectual mill. Behind them with mortar boards awry, co-op rented robes clinging stickily to perspiring backs will trail in long line the Bachelors ot Art, the Bachelors ot Science, the Agricul- turists, the Foresters, the Accountants, the Journalists, the Lawyers, 84 all the rest. Shutiling, slow, embarrassed, they will enter, as Woodruti's portals swing wide 84 they tace the sea ot awaiting taces, papas 84 mamas awaiting sonny's moment ot glory. They will stumble to seats, nervously tingering mortar boards, wondering whether to take them ott or leave them on. Up on the stage where faculty is massed in a group, spectacles hiding drooping eyelids, grey haired, bald heads reflecting the sun, Class Valedictorian will speak 8: a speaker will drone again of service, of opportunity, ot leading the good life. Following the precedent set last year, di- plomas will be handed out in groups accord- ing to the degrees after presentation by the head of the college or school. Only grad- uates and honor students will receive individ- ual mention besides the presentation of the whole degree group. As the groups are called, Dr. Sanford on the stage, more gnomelike than ever will drone mechanically the degree conferring words: "l, """' in nr 1 f ff" - 1 Q E Q " ml W! s f O ' . ' r A. A 5 7 1 , . . 1 fs, 1' t a 0 ., ik PM , X i It Vs, L 1 K' M' 1 ,-.,:vw K ,i -' - " K ,g Y 1 - ' - -A-ff nw. V 'Q k , nf" ,Y 1' 'mg . """?.mM I 74, 'p,A V--m h ., ". A---...qi -s 1 A x M . Y - , Y A- '.'- 'ff lx Q 'L- W if 8 i - , 4 . 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