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i Bk 1 — v © y 2rfB IB l: ' i Y C« »j W, K£ -recH ' sg ;«■» F -1 s® mine a to study to play (Jui lA A (jteate? the staff MARY GRAY MURRAY CLAYTON WILKES . . FRANCES BENSON . JOHNNY STIPE KENNETH GUEST . . . . . . . Editor Business Manager . . Art Editor Photogrophcrs THE 1947 PANDORA endeavors to keep in stride with the University as a whole in making this the biggest and best year of its history. As our theme indicates, we extend a hearty " welcome home " to those students who have been scattered to the four corners of the globe winning what we hope will be a lasting peace. With the great increase in enrollment, the rise in prices, and the lack of time and space, we have been surpressed in presenting all of the year ' s events we would have liked to . . . but it is our sincere hope that we have pleased each student and have edited a book that he will be oroud of. The Editor CAMPUS SCENES FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION CLASSES BEAUTIES CREEKS MILITARY CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS i see the last page for a complete index. To . . . ALFRED H. HOLBROOK we dedicate this book in gratitude for his gift to this University of the " Eva Underhill Holbrook Memorial Collection " of American paintings. Not only is Mr Holbroojc our benefactor -- he is one of us, a member of the student body In 1945, upon retiring from his legal career in New York City, he enrolled at the age of seventy in the art department of the University of Georgia and has become a great favorite with his fellow students Concerning his decision to present his collection to the University of Georgia, Mr Holbrook said, " The South, in my opinion, is headed for I trial expansion in the postwar era. This should and will be accompanied by a rising tide of art appreciation There are only a few art museums in the South today, and I thought a carefully selected donation like mine w late interest in art culture Georgia ' s progressiveness, its climate ar tegic location appealed to after investigating and actually expenen .e art department at the Ui I decided this was the place for When the old library becc H Holbrook will appropriately become its director 1 1 J Ratting Physicals Reg istration Class Scheduling The Long Wait f THE NON-fraternity men and women spent the early fall holding rallies to interest and enlist the new students in their organization The Grand Old Party sponsors a weekly campus-wide dance, gives smokers; and their party head, the campus leader, supervises the freshman shirt-tail parade. The Party of Organized Women sponsored dances on coordinate every Wed- nesday night for non-sorority girls. The governing body, composed of three girls from each dormitory functions as a counciling staff for the non-sorority girls m her efforts to participate in campus activities A kfter a period of debate as to where the first State Chartered University should be situated, a small building was erected on the bank of the Oconee River, a long walk from Watkinsville ' s beer joints. Since 1803, when Old College, the oldest building on the campus, was com- pleted, the campus has steadily expanded, molding into a spacious land- scape encompassing acres of wooded lawns and stately buildings. We give you a few glimpses of our picturesque campus. ■I Chjpcl .... Old College Pharmacy Building and Co-op Law School Fine Arts Building Pound Auditorium - Coordinate faculty and administration CHANCELLOR RAYMOND R. PATY The University welcomes our newly elected chancellor. Dr. Paty, former President of the University of Alabama, is filling the place of the late S. V. Sanford. We hope that he will feel as much at home on our campus as did Dr. Sanford. Dr Paty was born in Bellbuckle, Tenn. He attended the University of Tennessee, Emory University, where he re- : an AM Degree, and the University of Chicago He was conferred an LL D Honorary Degree at I Umva .ersity cf Alabama, and an I Degree at Birmingham Southern College He was cipal Cumberland School, Crossville. Tenn . ghl years He then became assistant profe Bible and I- ication at Emory University, later made Dean of Men at the san ■ He • m Emory in 1936 to become Stale Dii Georgia Youth Admn the Rosenwald Fund. In 1938 he be- lent of Birmingham Southern Colleg. •■. js appointed Prt ■ i Beta Kappa. 0 " Delta Kappa, and Sigma Chi. social fraternity D ' took office as Chancellor I Georgia on Janua- CHANCELLOR PATY AND E. D. DOBBS JR. PRESIDENT HARMON W. CALDWELL Dr Caldwell received his B A degree after two years ' work at the University of Georgia. He received his law degree at Harvard in 1924. He was later conferred the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws by Emory, Mercer, and Tulane Universities Dr. Caldwell was admitted to the Georgia bar in 1926, and taught law at Emory Uni- versity for a short time. Upon leaving Emory he became Professor of Law at the University of Georgia, becoming Dean of the Lumpkin Law School in 1933. In 1935 he was chosen by the Board of Regents as President of this University. Dr. Caldwell is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Delta Phi, Sphinx, and Chi Phi, social f rater PRESIDENT CALDWELL AND COACH WALLACE BUTTS WILLIAM TATE Dean of Students Dean Tjtc explains the housing problem to a veteran Dean Tate received his A.B. Degree from the University of Georgia in 1924 and his A M. Degree from the University in 1928. He also attended Columbia University and Harvard. Before becoming Dean of Students in 1942, he was Dean of Freshmen. While a student at Georgia, Dean Tate served as president of the Y.M.C.A and was a member of the Cross Country Track Team. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Kappa Phi, D K , Sphinx, and Gridiron MARTHA LATIMER Director of Women ' s Activities Miss Latimer dictates a letter to Secretary Grace Costa Miss Latimer received her B 8 A Degree from the University of Georgia where she a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, president of Mortar Board, list.. j ' s Who Among Students m American Universities and Colleges, and a member of Phi Kappa Phi During World War II she was labor market analyst in Reports and Analysis Division of Regional Office of the War Manpower Commission She came to the Universit. August, 1946, to assume duties as Director of Women ' s Activities during the absence of Miss Evelyn Sellers DOLORES ARTAU Student Counselor Miss Artau received her A B and MA Degrees from the University of Georgia. She was French Fellow, 1936-37, from the University of Georgia and the Institute of International Education. Her professional experience has been in fields of Romance Languages and Counselling. During World War II she did supervisory work of a special confidential division in the Office of Censorship. Miss Artau came to the University in 1946 from G.S.C.W. where she was Acting Head of the Department of Spanish She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, and Pi Gamma Mu WALTER MARTIN Dean of Coordinate Campus Dr. Martin received his AB Degree at Furman University, his MA Degree at the University of Georgia, and his Ph D. Degree at the University of North Carolina He has been instructor, assistant professor of history, and from 1943-45 he was acting head of the history department Dr Martin is the author of " Florida During Territorial Days " and at present he is writing the Life of Henry M Flagler He has also contributed several articles to historical magazines He is a member of the Southern His- torical Association, the Florida Historical Association, the Mississippi Valley His- torical Association, the Athens Kiwanis Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Pi Kappa Phi. and Gridiron He was winner of the Michael Research Award, 1 I COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES DEAN LEON P. SMITH Dr. Smith received his A B Degree from Emory University m 1919. his A M Degree from the University of Chicago in 1928, and his PhD Degree from the University of Chicago m 1930. He has served on the faculty of the Wesleyan Con- servatory of Music, the University of Chicago, Washing- ton and Lee University, and during the war he was a Commander in the United States N. Dr. Smith is a member of the Modern Language Association, the Lmguister Society of America, Chicago Philological Society, the Illinois Association of Deans and Advisers of College Men, and Phi Beta Kappa. LAMAR DODD Head of Art Department L. |. NACHTRAB Head of Aviation Department ALFRED W SCOTT Head of Chemistry Department R. L McWHORTER Head of Classics Department LEICHTON BELLEW Head of Drama Department E M EVERETT Head of English Department MERLE PRUNTY Head of Geography Department A. E TERRY Head of German Department E. M COULTER Head of History Department HUBERT B OWENS Head of Landscape Architecture Department TOMLINSON FORT Head of Mathematics Department HUGH HODGSON Head of Music Department PHOEBE M KANDEL Head of Nursing Education E. P. MALLARY Head of Philosophy Department r 1 E. H DIXON Head of Physics and Astronomy Department Vfi. MERRITT B POUND Head of Political Science Department A. S EDWARDS Head of Psychology Department CLAUDE CHANCE Head of Romance Language Department B O WILLIAMS Head of Sociology Department B D NAPIER Head of Religion Department College of Agriculture DEAN PAUL CHAPMAN Dean Chapman has been at the Univer since 1920 and has been Dean of the Col- lege of Agriculture since 1934 He attended the University of Georgia and the University of Missouri, and received his Sc D from Clemson College He is a member of the Athens Rotary Club, American Vocational Association, National Education Associa- tion, Landgrant College Association, and Consultant of three departments of Amer- ican Government. He is also a member of the National Advisory Committee of Edu- cation, and has written a number of books on agriculture, one of these being " Occu- pational Guidance " I w. FIROR Head of Agricultural. Economical and Rural Sociology Department R H. DRIFTMIER Head of Agricultural Engineering Department W 0. COLLINS Head of Agronomy Department M. P jARNACIN Head of Department of Animal Husbandry H B HENDERSON Head of Dairy Husbandry Department W CARLOS MILLS Head of Department of Food Processing T H McHATTON Head of the Department of Horticulture J. H. MILLER Head of Department of Plant Pathology I C BELL Head of the Poultry Department CLIFFORD WESTERFIELD Head of the Department of Veterinary Medicine College of Business Administration Dean Biscoe served as public member and vice chairman of the Fourth Regional War Labor Board before coming to the University of Georgia Prior to this he was Wage Stabilization Director in Atlanta and Administration Mediation Officer in Washington for the Board He received his A B Degree from Duke University, and his Ph D Degree from the University of Virginia Previous to enter- ing government service, he was on the faculty of Bucknell University. He has been elected to Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi, and is a member of Theta Chi. no Left to right, front row Hicks, Smith, Secrest; back row: Hcckman, Jennings. College of Education Front row, left to right Ernest B Smith. Hood of Physical Education; Mrs Mary Ella Lunday Soulc, Head of the Department of Physical Education for Women; Miss Nell Winn. Supervisory Trainer and Workshops; Charles F. Hudgms. Guidance Program Second Row: Floyd Jordan, Coordinator of the Atlanta Area Teacher Education Service; John D. Salter, Principal of the Demonstration School; Wippcrt A Stumpf. School Administration Program ; Kemp Hoft, Distributive Education Back Row Horace B Ritchie. Audio Visual Aids; Stanton J Singleton. Secondary Edu- cation Program; Oval S Harrison Industrial Arts Program ; Paul R Morrow. Curriculum Program ' Flondc Moore. Nutrition Education Program ; ' Mrs Rachel S Sutton. Elementary Education Program " Miss A Elizabeth Todd. Teacher Trainer in Home Economics ' John T Wheeler Chairman of the Division of Vocational Education •Not in picture. DEAN ALVIN BISCOE DEPARTMENT HEADS William T. Hicks— Marketing Howard R. Smith — Economics i Acting Head Rcbcrt T. Secrest — Industrial Relations H M Heckman — Accounting William E. Jennings — Secretarial Studies DEAN OMER C. ADERHOLD Dr. Aderhold received his BSA Degree from the University of Georgia in 1923. his MSA. Degree in 1930, and his Ph.D. Degree from Ohio State University in 1938 From 1923-26 he was principal of Mar- tin Institute, |efferson, Ga., and was super- intendent from IS He came to the University of Georgia in 1929 as Associate Professor of Rural and Vocational Educa- tion and Professor in 1937, He became Dean of the College of Education in 1946 Dr. Aderhold is a member of the Com- mittee on Objectives of the United States Office of Education, Special Editor of the Agn Education Magazine, and a member of the Politics Committee of the Georgia Education Association. Graduate School DEAN GEORGE H. BOYD Dr. Boyd received his AB and M.S. Degrees at Emory University Before coming to the University in 1926. he taught at both Georgia School of Tech- nology and Emory University He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Xi, and the Amer- ican Society of Parasitologists. He is a fellow in the American Association for Advancement of Science, past secretary of the Georgia Academy of Science, and past president of the Southern Association of Science and Industry. School of Forestry DEAN DONALD WEDDELL Before coming to the University of Georgia, Dean Weddell attended Michigan State College and later taug ht at the Alabama Polytechnic Institute. He is a member of the Society of American Foresters. Xi Sigma Pi. Phi Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Kappa Tau and the Kiwanis Club He has received a B S F. and MS Degrees School of Home Economics DEAN PAULINE P. WILSON Mrs Wilson, formerly head of the Department ef Family Life in the School of Home Economics and Dean of Women at the University of Alabama, came to the University of Georgia in 1946. She received her B S. Degree from the University of Kent 1924. She did graduate work at Cornell University and received her M A. and Ph D. Degrees from Columbia University. Before coming to the University this year, Mrs Wilson was director of the nursery school at Cornell University, later becoming Asso- ciate Professor and Director of the Nursery School at the University of Georgia. While family counselor in the Consultation Bureau at the Merrill-Palmer School she worked with Dr. Robert G. Foster on a research project on college women, and from this data they were the co-authors of " Women After College. " Mrs. Wilson is a member of Mortar Board. Phi Epsilon Qmicron, Kappa Delta Pi. and Pi Lambda Theta. I School of Journalism DEAN JOHN E. DREWRY Dean [ A Degree at the Uni- He did graduate work later at Columbia University He has been an Instructor, Associate Professor. Director of the School of Journal- ism and Dean of the School of Journalism Dean Drewry is a past President of the American Associa- tion of Teachers of Journalism. President of the Athens Rotary Club, Gridiron, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Delta Chi, Kappa Tau Alpha. Kappa Alpha, Blue Key and Omicron Delta Kappa School of Law DEAN H ENRY A. SHINN Dean Shinn has been at the University for thirteen years. He attended Kansas University, Yale Univer- sity, and Leland Stanford University, and has received an A B. and J D. Degree. Deen Shinn has taught at the University of Kansas, Kansas State University, Leland Stanford and Mercer. He is a member of the California, Georgia and American Bar Associations School of Pharmacy DEAN ROBERT C. WILSON A graduate of tin also attended the University of the South and the Univer ed his Ph G He has been at the Univ 1907. He is tate and National Pharmaceutical r of Southern Assoc la I e and Industry; past Chairman of the House of Delegates, and American Pharmaceutical Assc and past President of Georgia Pharmaceutical Ac- i a member of Phi Kappa Phi and the Athens Board of Health. ADMINISTRATION ROBERT P BROOKS Dean of Faculty and Head of Department of Economics |. THOMAS ASKEW Head of Veterans ' Division RALPH H PARKER Director of Libraries |. R THAXTON Registrar H. F. MOORE Director of University Press B C KINNEY Head of Plant Operations JOHN D BOLTON Comptroller WILLIAM BURSON Director of Public Relations E L SECREST Director of Religion E B COOK Head of Dormitory Supervision and Dining Halls WM M CRANE Alumni Secretary CLASSES SENIORS Senier CiaJJ Officer (left to right GEORGE ]ERNIGEN Secretary -Treasurer VIRGINIA DEKLE Vice President DEMPSEY LEACH President M Aaron M. Abell T. Abraham A. M. Abrams C. Anderson H. Anderson S. Anderson W Andrews AARON, MARYDONA Franklin Springs — B.S. Degree Education Club, Glee Club. ABELL, MARIE P. McLean, Va. — B.S. Degree Alpha Gamma Delta, Glee Club, Dance Club, Canterbury Club. ABRAHAM, THOMAS J Atlanta— B.B.A. Degree Delta Sigma Pi, Newman Club. Demostheian. ABRAMS, ANNA MERLE Pelham— B S. Zoo. Delta Phi Epsilon, treasurer, editor; Hi I lei . corresponding secretary; H i Mel Honor So- ciety; Glee Club, secretary; Voluntary Re- ligious Association; Art League; Pioneer Club. ACKERLY, ERNEST Atlanta— BS Chem. Gamma Sigma Epsilon. ADAMS. BARBARA Athens— B A Degree Kappa Alpha Theta. president; Alpha Lambda Delta; Zodiac; Dean ' s List; Mor- tar Board; Voluntary Religious Association ADDIS. THOMAS E. JR Newport News, Va — BFA Degree " X " Club; Art League, treasurer; " G " Club; Major Letter Track ADERHOLT, BETTY Jefferson — A B. Degree Delta Delta Delta. Pioneer Club ADKINS. JACK A. Keysville — B B A Degree Lambda Chi Alpha AINSWORTH. MARY Atlanta— B.F.A. Degree Phi Mu, secretary; Art League; Glee Club; Canterbury Club ALDEN, ROBERT M Decatur— A B J. Degree ALFORD. NEAL Owensboro, Ky — B S. Ed Transferred U Ky ; Theta Chi ; Gridiron " G " Club; Ass ' t Football Tra CLASS OF 1947 M. Almand C Alspju h N. Alton E Amis A. Anderson B. Anderson B R Anderson E. Anthony W. Ariail |. Askin L. Aspinwall H. Avera Z. Avrett S Bacon ALFORD. REBECCA Lawrenceville — B S. Ed Alpha Chi Omega. Glee Club. Education Club, Art League. Red and Black. Speech Club. ALLISON. SYDNEY Y. Blairsville— B S. Phar. Lambda Chi Alpha ALGOOD, CONRAD L , |R Scotdale — B.S. Degree Kappa Sigma. Gridiron, Inter-fraternity Council, .thenian. ALMAND, MARION A Atlanta — A B. Econ. Transferred Ga Tech; Chi Phi. secretary. ALSPAUGH. CARLTON C, |R. Toccoa Falls— B S Ed. Gaffau ALTON, NORMAN A Moultrie — B S.A. Degree AMIS. ELIZABETH L. Athens— A B Degree Chi Omega, Thalian-Blackfriar. ANDERSON, ALFRED M. Dalton— B S Phys. Ed. Kappa Sigma, " G " Club ANDERSON, BARBARA Atlanta — A B. Degree Delta Delta, Delta, Woman ' s Student Government. ANDERSON. BETTY R. Miami, Fla — BS Ed Education Club, Canterbury Club. ANDERSON, GEORGE R. Rome — A B |. Degree Sigma Chi, Sigma Delta Chi; Voluntary Religious Asso iciate Editor " G " Book; E . Demosthenian, . president, chief managing md Black, ANDERSON, HENRi Register— B SA Degree Saddle and Sirloin Club; Agronomy Club, M .;ricultural Club. ANDERSON. SHIVERS L . |R. :ry Club; i He Team ANDREWS. WILLIAM E Atlanta— A B D Sigma Chi, Biftad ANTHONY, EDNA Augusta— BS Chem Gamma Sigma Epsilon. ARIAIL, WILLIAM T Cornelia — B S. Phar. Blue Key. Gridiron, American Legion, Demos- thenian, American Pharmaceutical Association ASKIN, JANE Thomaston — AB Degree Transfer Shorter College; Delta Delta Delta, Speech Club ASPINWALL. LA VONNE Odum— B SHE Degree Homecon; Phi Upsilon On ' rig Union AVERA, HARMON Q Athens— BS PI Band. I r heater, Thahan-Blad ' AVRETT. ZADIE B. B Psy Pi. Dance Clul Upsilon O Chi BACON. SARAH E Doerun — A B Degree R Barlow M. Bamctt S. Barrett Bellamy ]. Bennett J. Berry M. Bcsnard R. Barton L. Barwick B. Baskin R. Bennett A. Benson F. Bentley N. Bentley f KM D. Baskin U. Bentley A • H. Bice H. Billings J. Billuc M. Birchmorc S Blackmon li. C. Blain F. Bland ♦ P Blanks as o, ' mi F. Blasingame W Blatt F. Block P. Blount 1947 SENIORS BABB, ROBERT L. Glenwood — 8 S A Degree BAILEY, BETTY M. Memphis, Tenn — B S. Chem. League of Women Veterans BEALL. |OHN A Atlanta — A B J Degree University Theater. Sigma Chi. Chi Omega BAILEY, JOHN D. Athens— B B A Degree BALL. MARTHA L. Thomasville — A B Degree BALLARD, LUCIAN B Monticello — B B A. Degree Kappa Alpha. BANKS. GRADY Carrollton — B B A Degree Phi Delta Theta; Delta Sigma Pi, president; De- mosthenian. BARGERON. BARBARA I Sardis— B S. Music Ed Baptist Student Union Council. BARLOW. RUEL ). Douglas— BS H E Degree Phi Mu, Homecon, Canterbury Club. BARNEXT, MARY H Washington — B B A. Degree Chi Omega. Correspondent; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pioneer Club; International Relations Club; Eco- nomics Society. BEARSE, MARY ] Atlanta— A B. Degree Kappa Delta. BELCHER, FRED L Pelham— LL B. Degree BELCHER. M H , |R. Morven — B S A Degree Caffau Club, president; Alpha Gamma Rho; Student Veterans Organization BELLAMY, BONNIE F. Monticello— B B A Degree Cheerleader; Voluntary Religious Association; Youth Workers Association Council; 4-H Club, secretary; Economics Club BENNETT, |IMMIE N LaGrange— B S HE. Degree BENNETT. RUTH E Savannah — A B J. Degree BENSON. ARTHUR ). Buena Vista— BS. Ed BENTLEY. FREEMAN F Cedartown — B S. Degree BENTLEY. NANCY W. Athens— B.B.A Degree Chi Omega, Zodiac, Economics Club, Thalian Black- friars. BLAND, FRANKYE E. Uvalda— B SHE Degree Phi Upsilon Omicron, Homecon. Education Club BLANKS. PHILLIP S Macon — B S. Forestry Degree Kappa Sigma. Phi Kappa, Forestry Club, vice presi- dent; Ag Hill Council; Cypress Knee Staff. BLASINGAME. FREDERICK E Haddock— B B A Degree Delta Sigma Pi. BLATT, WILLIAM F Athens— BF. A Degree Music Club, Veterans Foreign Wars. Dean ' s List. BLOCK, FREDERICK Strossbourg — BSA. Degree BLOUNT, PERRY Vidalia— BSA Degree BARRETT, SARA NELL Jersey— B SHE. Degree Homecon, Education Club. BARTON, R WILLIAM Augusta — A B Degree Chi Psi, Inter-fraternity Council. BARWICK. LORA LEE Adrian— BSHE Degree Homecon, 4-H Club. BASKIN, BETTY Marietta — A.B.). Degree Chi Omega, vice president; Alpha Lambda Delta, president; Zodiac; Pyramid Club; Mortar Board, president; Pan-Hellenic, secretary; Theta Sigma Phi; Woman ' s Editor, Red and Black. BASKIN, DOROTHY W. Carrollton — B.B.A. Degree BAXTER, MYRL Glennville — B.B.A. Degree BEALE. WARREN W. Atlanta— B S Degree Track Team, Cross Country Team, Westminster Fel- lowship, Voluntary Religious Association, Alpha Phi Omega. BEALL. CURTIS A. Brewton — BSA Degree " X " Club. Gridiron, Blue Key, O.D.K., Aghon, De- mostheman. BENTLEY, UPSHAW C , |R Athens— BB A. Degree Kappa Alpha, secretary; Voluntary Religious Associa- tion; Biftad; Phi Kappa; International Relations Club; Red and Black; University Theater, Assistant Busi- ness Manager; Inter-fraternity Council. BERRY, )UANITA E. Young Harris— B.S.H E Degree BESNARD. MARTHA ANN St. Petersburg. Fla — A B. Degree Alpha Gamma Delta. Pi Mu Epsilon. BICE, HERBERT Greenville— B S. Phys Ed BILLINGS. HOLLIS H Columbus — BSA Degree Kappa Sigma, Saddle and Sirloin Club BILLUE. JOHN H Irwinton— B B A Degree BIRCHMORE. MARY Tifton — A B Degree Pi Beta Phi. corresponding secretary; Glee Club; Pioneer Club; Student Government, secretary BLACKMON, STEPHEN E. Washington — A B. Degree BLAIN, CHARLES B. Atlanta— BS. Degree BETTY BASKIN (iavel ll ' ielder of Mortar Hoard Boddiford D Bodiford L. Bod, ford A. N Bond A. B Bond E. Bonncft D Bowers M. Brigham C. Bnchtwcll V. Brigman |. Brinson F Broadrick M Brock C. Brown M. Brown R Brown W Brown W I Brown A Brumby E. Brumby F. Bryan T. Bryant S. Buffington W Buie P Bumball S. Burgess 1947 SENIORS BOODIFORD. JAMES N. Sylvania — B S A. Degree BOOIFORD. DOT A Macon — A B D-: . BOOIFORD. LOUISE M Macon- -A B Soc. BOND. ALICE N Greensboro— B ! Clee Club BOND, ARTHUR B. Elberlon — B S A Degree Alpha Gamma Rho BONNETT. EDITH Portal— B SHE Degree Homecon Club. -J-H Club BOWERS. DAVID W Moreland — A B J . Degree President of Sophomore Class; Senior Cheerleader, nd Black. Assistant News Editor. News Editor. Managing Editor, and Editor; Demosthenian. Presi- Biftad. President; Sigma Delta Chi. Vice Presi- dent; Freshman Debate Team; Blue Key; " X " Club; Gridiron; Who ' s Who. BOWERS. S. |EAN Athens— A B. Degree Kappa Alpha Theta. BOWERS, MARY E. Canon — B S HE. Degree Alpha Omicron Pi, Homecon. BOWICK, WILLIAM L. Albany— A B J. Degree Digamma Kappa, President; Sigma Delta Chi; Thalian- Blackfriars; Georgia Cracker. Managing Editor; Head Cheerleader; Red and Black, Feature Editor; Ass ' t News Editor; University Theater, Publicity and Pro- motion Manager. BOYD. CARL W. Dalton— BS. Ed " G " Club BOYD. HUDSON L. Dalton— BS. Ed. Baptist Student Union. BOYD. OLIN B. East Point— B B A Degree Delta Sigma Pi. Veterans ' Organic BRADFORD. WILLIS Augusta — BSA Degree Blue Key. Ag Hill Council, Agronomy Club; Campus American Legion; Student Veterans ' Organ Agricultural Club Alpha Zeta, Treasurer BRADY, WILLIAM | . JR. Bainbridge — B.B.A. Degree BRAUDA, CAROLY " . Rome -BF A Di Art League. Uni ' BREWER. SPENCER S Atlanta— B S Pre-med Sigma Chi, Demosthenian BRIDGES. CHARLES A Bainbridge— B S A Degree Club BRIGHAM. MILBURN Girard--BS Ed Alpha Omicron Pi BRIGHTWELL. GEORGE A Columbus— B F A Degree BRIGMAN. VANCE L . JR Atlanta— BBA Degree Delta Sigma Pi, Veterans ' Club, Dean ' s Li-- BRINSON. J. EDISON Wrightsville — BS Ag Agricultural Club; Demosthenian; Grand Old Party; Pandora. Assistant Business Manager; Veterans ' Or- ganization; Saddle and Sirloin BROADRICK, FRANK M Dalton— B S Degree BROCK, MARION E. Alamo— BS HE. Degree Homecon, 4-H Club. BROWN. CHARLES W. Lyons — B S A. Degree BROWN. MARY A Williamson, W. Va—BF A DeRree Thalian-Blackfriar, Digamma Kappa. BROWN. RUTH Dillard— BS Ed Sigma Alpha lota, Clee Club; Baptist Student Umcn Council; Party of Organized Women C BROWN, WALTER S Hiawassee — B S A Degree Agricultural Club. Gaffau C BROWN. WILLIAM J • ' ■ [ • gn • Lambda BRUMBY. AMELIA C Macon— B B A Degree Phi ' Worn. . I ■■ BRAMBLETT, WILLIAM H. |R Chatsworth — B B A Degree BRANTLEY, CHARLES Harrison — B S Phar BRUMBY, EMMA C Atlanta— A B | Degree Kappa Delta. i Bu ' Par Book Gaffau Club BRUNSON, JOSEPH Dor a BRYAN. FRANCES W Jeff BRYANT. THOMAS Jersey— BS Ag BUFFINGTON. SYLVIA D College Park— B S H E Degree Party of Organized Women Council; Homecc Club. League of Women Vt • BUIE. WILLIAV Rentz— B B A Degree BUMBALL. PAUL A. JR Bernardsville. N J — B S Phar Sigma Nu. Demosthenian. Mortar and Pestle BURDEN. JAMES T Comer — B S A Degree Alpha Gamma Rho BURGESS. SAM L Ashburn — A B J Degree Wesley Foundation, Demosthenia ' Society, Red and Black I BILL BOWICK llnui ckterltaier, fillwd uith thai Gtoi fid Spirit M Ca le 0. Caldwell S Caldwell W. Calhoun L. Canady W. Candler |. Curies M. P. Carpenter M. Carpenter N. Casey M ' Xl M. Chambers F. Chambers V. Chandler W. Chandler D. Chapman P. Cheney A. Cannon C. Caublc E Chevcs B. Clcvc C Cobb B Cochran |. Cochran R. Cochran M Col.. L. Coffey 1947 SENIORS BURNS, ANN C. Atlanta — AB. Degree BURNS, BEVERLY Gainesville — B S. Degree Delta Delta Delta, Dolphin Club, Georgia Cracker Staff, Women ' s Athletic Association. BURTON, BETSY J. Decatur— BS HE. Degree Homecon, Digamma Kappa. Art League. House Presi- dent. Student Government. Little Symphony Orches- tra, Student Council. BURTON. GEORGE T. Smithville — A.B.J. Degree Sigma Nu. Glee Club, Demosthenian BURTON, JOHN M. Canon — B B A. Degree BUSH, BEVERLY S Decatur— B B A. Degree Party of Organized Women Council, Wesley Foun- dation Council. BYRD. LAURA C. Savannah — A B Degree CAGLE, MARVIN C, JR. Atlanta— A B J. Degree Demosthenian. CALDWELL. DORRIS L. Concord — AB. Degree CALDWELL, SUSAN G Columbus — AB. in Econ. Glee Club, Economics Society, Canterbury Club. CALHOUN. WALTER W. Atlanta— B B A. Degree Chi Phi, President; Delta Sigma Pi, Gridiron, Inter- Fraternity Council, Phi Kappa. CANADY, LONA L. Augusta — BS. in Chem Party of Organized Women. CANDLER. WILLIAM H. Atlanta— B S Degree Kappa Alpha, Phi Kappa, Student Instructor in Physics Dept. CANNON. ALMA Cleveland — B SHE. Degree Homecon. CANTRELL, LILLIAN G Flowery Branch — A B Soc. CARNES. ELDREDCE T. Roopville — B S F. Degree Demosthenian, Xi Sigma Pi. Forestry Club. Ag Hill Council. CARNES. JOHN H Athens— A B Psy Degree CARPENTER. MARY P. Eatonton — A B |, Degree Delta Delta Delta. International Relations Club. Red and Black. CARPENTER. MILDRED Atlanta— AB J Degree Chi Omega; Women ' s Athletic Association. Treas- urer; International Relations Club; Hunt Club, Presi- dent; Golf Club, Secretary and Treasurer. CASEY, NATHAN T. Lavonia — B S. Ed. CAUBLE. GERALD D. Athens — B FA. Degree Gridiron. " X " Club, Student Cabinet, Scabbard and Blade, Art Club, Speech Club, Cadet Captain R O.T.C CHAMBERS. MARY V. Thomson — B S. Phar. Party of Organized Women, American Pharmaceutical Association. CHANDLER, F. CARTER, |R. Toccoa— B B A Degree Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Kappa Psi. CHANDLER, VERCIE S Commerce- — B S. Ed. CHANDLER. WILLIAM C. Augusta — BS. in Math CHAPMAN, DOROTHY A. Dublin — A.B. Degree Alpha Delta Pi; Digamma Kappa; Zeta Phi Eta. Treasurer; Speech Club, President. CHENEY. PATRICIA Macon — B SHE Degree Alpha Gamma Delta, First Vice President; Baptist Student Union, President; Voluntary Religious Asso- ciation; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Mortar Board. CHEVES. ELIZABETH P. Atlanta— B FA Degree Alpha Delta Pi, Art League, Treasurer; Newman Club; Editor of Twisted Tube; Pyramid Club CHISM. CAROLYN E. Pelham— B S. Ed Wesley Foundation, Voluntary Religious Association, 4-H Club. CHRISTIAN, MARTHA A East Point— B FA. Degree Alpha Chi Omega. Secretary; Sigma Alph ■ Cheerleader. Glee Club. Voluntary Religious Associa- tion, Pioneer Club. Art League. CLARK. JERE Rex— B B A. Degree CLARK. M IMOGENE Helena— B SHE Degree Homecon, 4-H Club. Education Club CLARY. FRANCES C Athens— B F A Degree Thalian-Blackfriar. University Theater CLAUSSEN. ANNE W Augusta — B F A Degree Phi Mu. Art League CLEGHORN, WILLIAM K. Summerville — BB A Degree Transfer from West Georgia College; Phi Delta Theta, Treasurer; Delta Sigma Pi; Demosthenian; Tennis Team CLEVE. BARBARA L. Vanceboro, N. C. — AB. Degree COBB. CARLISLE, JR. Athens— BSAE. Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon. COCHRAN, BROWN Carrollton— BS. Phar. COCHRAN, JAMES W. Clearwater, Fla — B B A. Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon. COCHRAN, RACHEL Carrollton — AB.J. Degree COFER, MARY F. Arhens — A B Psy. Degree Kappa Delta, Pioneer Club, University Theatre, Art League COFFEY. LAUREN G Lithonia — BS. Chem. Pi Kappa Alpha DAVE BOWERS Keeps itbatiug, « Prt tideut of Demosthenian R. Conner Conover I Cooper M. Costa C. Costcllo S. Coulter B. Cox H.Cox J. Cox M.Cox I Crane M. Cronk D. Crites F Cronic C Cunningham P. Cunningham Dangler D Darnell N Davenport E Davis M Davis Davis M. Davis W. Davis | Davison R Day R Deariso C. Dcas 1947 SENIORS COLEMAN. JUNE Atlanta- -A B Degree COLLINS. JAMES H. Odum— B S A. Degree COLLINS. JOSEPH L Grand Rapids. Mich — A B Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Swimming Team COLQUITT. HILDA J. Marietta— BS Ed COMER. SUE Americus — A B Degree Baptist Student Union. President; Party of Organized Women. Vice President; Voluntary ReliRious Associa- tion Cabinet; Glee Club; Woman ' s Student Govern- ment; Student Voters League; Dean ' s List. CONEY. WALTER E . JR Cuthbert — AB Degree Glee Club. Spanish Club CONNER. FRANK L. Atlanta— AB Degree CONNER. RALPH L Toccoa — B B A Degree Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Kappa Psi. Veterans ' Club. CONOVER. JEAN W. Concord. N C — A B Degree Phi Mu. Glee Club, Canterbury Club COOPER. JACKIE J Hartwell — AB. Degree Alpha Gamma Delta. International Relations Club, Glee Club. Pioneer Club, Psi Chi. COSTA, MICHAEL J. Athens — B B A Degree Freshman Basketball; " X " Club. Treasurer; R.O.T.C . Captain; Scabbard and Blade COSTELLO. CHRIS M Atlanta— A B Degree Kappa Delta; French Club. Vice President; Commission, President; Sophomore Cat dent; Newman Club. President; " Z " Club; Women ' s Athletic Association. Manager; Politics Club; Pan- Hellenic Council. Vice President. President; Pioneer Club; Pioneer Inner Circle. Vice President COULTER. STELLA S Social Circle — B S Degree Transfer from Meredith College. COX. BETTY S Camilla— B S H E. Degree Alpha Omicron Pi; Homecon; Glee Club; Youth Workers Association, Georgia Agriculturist; Phi Upsilon Omicron COX, D HELEN Atlanta— A B J Degree Red and Black. Theta Sigma Phi. DiRamma Kappa. Christian Students Club. COX. JOHN L. Cordele — A B Degree Pi Kappa Alpha. Inter-Fraternity Council COX. MARY E West Point— B.S.HE. Degree Club; Party of Or. Women; Baptist Training Union CRANE. JAMES R Athens -B B A Degree Phi Delta Theta CRONK. MARY E. Atlanta A B ) Degree i Alpha Tl CRITES. DALE A At; ■ ' • Degree Delta Sigma Pi CRONIC. FRANCIS M Gainesville— B S Phar CROWLEY. MARGARET ANN Atlanta — A B Degree Pi Beta Phi. Pioneer Club, Spanish Club CULLENS. ZACK A, JR. Wrightsville— B B A Degree CULPEPPER. JEANNE S Augusta — B S HE Degree Transfer from G S C W CULVER. KATHERINE B Rome — B F A Degree Party of Organized Women. Treasurer; Wesley Foun- Art Student League. CUMBIE. JAMES D Vidaha— BSF Degree Alpha Tau Omega; Forestry Club CUMMING, EDWARD P Augusta— A B. Degree Transfer from U of Va ; Chi Phi CUNNINGHAM, FRANCES W McCaysville — A B ). Degree Theta Sigma Phi. Red and Black. Georgia C Glee Club, Wesley Foundation Council CUNNINGHAM. GEORGE P. |R Cornelia— BS Phar Kappa Alpha. Treasurer. President, Vice President; Inter-fraternity Council. President; Gr Club; Blue Key, ROTC. Captain; American Phar- maceutical Association, Phi Kappa CUNNINGHAM. PATRICIA K Atlanta— A B Degree Delta Delta Delta. President; Pan-Hell. Vice President; Pioneer Club DANGLER. JOt ' Augusta— B B A D v DARNELL. DENVILI Jasper— BS A T l-H Club. lub DAVENPORT. NAN E Decatur — A B Degree Kapcw " er Club, Spanish Clul DAVIS. ELIZA! Manteo. N C — A B Degi -ha Theta DAVIS. ERWIN M. Carr A Degree Grand Old Party DAVIS. JACQUELYN F DAVIS. MARVIN E Camilla- -B S A Deio DAVIS. WYLIE P Lumber City — B B A Degree Delta Sigma Pi DAVISON. JAMES H Athens — B B A Degree Phi Delta 1- DAY, ROY E LaFayette — A B Degree DEARISO, ROBERT L Sylvester — B S A Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon. DEAS. GRADY Augusta— B FA Df«- jn-Blackfriar, University Theatre SUC BRUMBY lv President » Women ' s Student iimint. holds tin- girls in check n ?i e mm M dc LaRue E. Delay F. DeLoach F. Denham N. Dcnney K. DcRcnnc £i Q £5 E A. Divine P. Divine A. Dixon R. Dii T. Dobbs F. Dolinsky C. Donald B. Dorsey C. Do L. Downs C. Doner C. Dozler M. Dozler A. Drane B Edwards H Edwards I Edwards W. Edwards H. EgRCrt W. Eleazcr C. Elliott Ellison E. Elliott M. Elwcll M Elwcll B. Ely D English R. English 1947 SENIORS DEKLE. VIRGINIA Quitman — A B ). Degree Theta Sigma Phi. President; Mortar Board. Vice President; Senior Class. Vice Presi 1 f Or- ganized Women. President. Secrete Foun- Vice President. Junior Class Secretary and Treasurer; Women ' s Athletic Association; Wesley Foundation. Trea de LaRUE. MARCEL C. |R Decatur — B S Degree Pi Kappa Phi, Glee Club DELAY. EMILY C Lavonia — B B A. Degree Alpha Chi Omega; Red and Black. Ass ' t Business Manager, Business Manager; Economics Society, Vice President, President; " G " Book, Ass ' t Editor; Pan- Hellenic Council; Student Council; Voluntary Re- ligious Association Cabinet; Student Directory, Editor DeLOACH. FRED. JR Valciosta — B S A Degree Phi Delta Theta; Saddle and Sirloin; Agricultural Club; Dairy Science Club DENHAM, FRANK T . JR Eatonfon — B S A Degree Agricultural Club; Dairy Cub; Saddle and Sirloin; Baptist Student Union DENNEY. NEWMAN D Roopville — B S A Degree Alpha Gamma Rho, Saddle and Sirloin. DeRENNE, KENTWYN Athens — A B.J. Degree Transfer from Yale; Chi Psi; Red and Black. News Editor. Managing Editor, Editor; Demosthenian; Dean ' s List; Canterbury Club DIVINE. ANITA Griffin— BSPE Degree Education Club; Physical Education Maiors Club; Women ' s Athletic Association; Glee Club DIVINE. PAT Avondale Estates — B B A Degree DIXON, ANNE Macon — A B ) Degree Alpha Delta Pi. Theta Sigma Phi, Pioneer Club DIXON. ROBERT D Athens— B S F Degree DOBBS. THOMAS V Athens- -BB A Degree Phi Delta Theta. Phi Kappa. DOLINSKY, FLORENCE Augusta — B B A Degree Delta Phi Epsilon. DONALD, CARRIE E Atlanta— BS HE Degree Alpha Gamma Delta, Pioneer Club, Home: DORSEY. BR ITT A Pitts— BS A Degree DOSS, GEORGE A , JR. Canton— A B J Degree Sigma Chi; Demosthenian; Blue ■ • Delta Chi; Georgia Cracker, Managing Editor DOWNS. LAURA H Thou Kappa Delta; Education Clul Assoc i • DOZIER. CAROLYN Leary — A B Dt . Delta Delta Delta DOZIER, GEORGE W Leary — B S A Degree Gaffau Club, Vice President DOZIER, MARY L Jacksonville, Fla — A B J DeRree Alpha Delta Pi. Theta Sigma Phi DRANE. A H Crawfordville — A B J. Degree Georgia Cracker. Editor; Digamma Kappa; Veterans ' Organization, Sigma Delta Chi. DRENNAN. HILDA B. Athens — B S Degree DRENNON. WILLIAM D. Jesup — BS A Degree Glee Club; Orchestra; 4-H Club; Future Farmers of America; Saddle and Sirloin. DRISKILL. DOYCE A Athens— B S E Degree DRIVER. CHARLES H Athens— B S F. Degree Cypress Knee, Editor; Forestry Club. Xi Sigma Pi DUDLEY. FRANK M Athens — B S Degree EBERHARDT. MERLDEE College Park— B S HE. Degree Alpha Omicron Pi, Homecon, Pioneer Club EDMOND. HORACE P . |R Columbus — A B Degree Chi Phi EDWARDS. BEVERLY Claxton— B B A Degree Alpha Chi Omega EDWARDS. HERSHEL E Crawfordville — B S A Degree Agricultural Club; Astronomy Club, Economics Cub. Saddle and Sirloin EDWARDS. JAMES D !— B F A C Lambda Chi Alpha. Glee Cub. Bulldog Orci ■ EDWARDS. WILLI V Menlo— BS Phar ' can Pharmaceutical Assoc EGGERT. HELEN Griffin— B F A Degree Phi Mu. Art Le • ELEAZEF Spr Zeta Phi Eta, St Kappa 2oeech Club. President; Pandora S ELLIOTT. CARL R Augusta — 3 S Degree Chi Psi. Thalian-Blackfnar, Ui ELLISON. JAMES C C.i S A E Dey ■ H Club. I ers of America ELLIOTT, ELIZABETH A LaGrange — B B A Degree Phi Mu. Alpha Lambda Delta. Economics Society, Pioneer Club ELWELL. MARILYN K Ft Lauderdale, Fla — AB Degree Chi Omega ELWELL, MARJORIE K. Ft Lauderdale, Fla —A B. Degree Chi Omega. Zodiac ELY. BARBARA J Augusta — A B Degree Transfer from West Georgia; Alpha Omicron Pi; Wesley Foundation Council, Spanish Club ENGLISH. DORIS H. Jonesboro — B SHE Degree Party of Organized Women; Homecon; 4-H Club. President; Wesley Foundation Council; Ag Hill Coun- cil, Secretary, Treasurer ENGLISH. ROBERT I Oglethorpe— B S P.E Degree Grand Old Party; Veterans ' Organization; Glee Club, Business Manager. CHRIS COSTELLO President of Paukellruii . the fat they nil know n Sorority E Evans L. Facklcr A. Fain H Faircloth R Far W. Faust C Fears litli D Fcchtcl M Feldman M Fcnster C. Fields J. Fields H. Fishman I. Fiftcrman | Flanders M Flanigcn A Fleming W. FIc D L. Floyd D M. Floyd F. ForIc M Fuller 6. Fuqua M Fulton C Furnival | Cammons C Garner W Garner 1947 SENIORS EPPS. GLORIA C B | Degree leader. Umvors.lv Tl I and Black, ROTC Ball Sponsor. ESCHMANN. EDGAR A Athens— B FA Degree ESKEW. ANN E Atlanta— B B A Degree ESTES. RUTH A Atlanta— A B ) Degree Alpha Omicron Pi. Corresponding Secretary. Record- ing Secretar ; Mortar Board. Secretary; Alpha Lambda Delta. Zodiac. Zodiac Freshman Award. Di- gamma Kappa. International Relations Club Club. Deans List; Glee Club. Treasurer. Vice Presi- dent, President; Cast of Operetta, two years ETHERIDGE. JESSIE B Atlanta— A B Psy Kappa Alpha Theta EUBANKS. MILDRED L Marietta — B SHE Degree Homecon; -t-H Club. Secretary; Ag Hill Council; Baptist Student Union, Youth Workers Association, President FIELDS. JAMES G ML At Tau Ei FITTERMAN, ISRAEL Atlanta— B S Degree Alpha Epsilon Pi, President FLANDERS. JOHNNIE C Wrightsville— B S A Degree Gaffau Club. Agricultural Club FLANIGEN. MARY N Atlanta— AB | Degree Chi Omega. Secretary, Chapter Correspondent; So- ind Woman ' s Editor of Red and Black, Uni- versity Theatre. Thalian-Blackfnar, Associate Editor Pandora, Glee Club, Dean ' s List. Theta Sigma Phi. Women ' s Athletic Association, Mortar Board FLEMING. ANN E. Augusta— B B A Degree FLEXER. WINEBERT D Brunswick— B S Degree Sigma Chi, Demosthenian FUDGE. MARILYN FULI FUQUA. BETTY A Blakely— AB). Degree Phi Mu, Canterbury Club. FULTON. MARGARET L Atlanta— BB A. Degree Alpha Omicron Pi, Pre .Vesley Found FURNIVAL. GLORIA H. Psi Chi GAMMONS. JOHN S. Thomson— BB A Degree Dean ' s List. GARNER. CRISTINA L Dublin— B S Phar GARNER. WILLIAM P. Dublin— B S A Degree Saddle and Sirloin. EVANS. ROWAN B Douglas — B S A Degree Kappa Alpha. Gridiron EVANS. EILEEN rx — B S Degree Chi Omega. Rush Chairman; Pioneer Club, Nurses Aid. Glee Club. FACKLER. B LLOYD Meansville — B B A Degree Glee Club; Baptist Student Union. Business Manager; " G " Book; Voluntary Religious Association. FAIN. ALICE J Union City— B A Degree FAIRCLOTH. HOWARD M Pmeview— BSA Degree FLOYD. DAGMA L . JR Athens— B F A Degree FARR. RAYMOND C Rome— B B A Degree Delta Sigma Pi FAUST, WILLI Florence, S C — B F A Degree FEARS. CORALICE Hampton— BS. Ed. FECHTEL. DOROTHY E Atlanta— A B. Sec. Delta Delta Delta. Red and Black. W A A FELDMAN, MARTHA Jacksonville. Fla — B S Degree FENSTER. MARTIN Atlanta— BS Ed FLOYD, Athens- DOROTHY M B S H E Degree Phi Upsilon Omicron; Alpha Lambda Delta President; Homecon. Upper Ten Per Cent of Class. Dean ' s List. FOGLE. FRANK H Jacksonville. Fla — B S A Degree Alpha Gamma Rho; Agricultural Club; Agronomy Club, President; Wesley Foundation Council. Ag Hill Coun FORD. PEGGY |. Lavonia — B B A Degree FORSYTH. WALLACE E Cairo— BS Ed Pi Kappa Alpha. FOSTER. MARJORIE E Canton — B F A Degree Kappa Delt.r Club; Alpha Lambda Delta. Se f Coordm.,- ir Board FOWLER. DOROTh Alpha Delta Pi. Pi i and Black. , Sigma Phi. Golf Club FOY. BETTY BIRD Statesboro— B FAD- Delta Delta Delta, Red a ' Stud- GEORGE CUNNINGHAM hat Mi timi crowdti In- Homeeomint and Littlt Commeucrmtnl dailies, as . hi ..I tht lultrfratu ■uiy l " »«. it c lull I FIELDS. GARNER H Gar- Saddle and Sirloin Clul Dairy Club FROST. Df« ft S. Garrison H Carson B Car I- Cay W. Cilmore W. Class M Glenn AStd W Clcnn D. Clover H Clover W. Good H. Coolsby E. Cordon D Could F Could W Grant W. Green W. Greene M. Cribble M Griffin R Griffin A Grimes H Griner W Croover M. Guest M Gwynn H Hale W Hale F. Haley | Hall R Hall F. Hammond L. Harbin S Harbin a O. Hardy rwm E. Hargrcavcs M Harkncss S Harlan M Harrcll W Harrcll R Harrington A Harris 1947 SENIORS GARRISON. SARAH A Cornelia — B F A Dt-. Sigma Alph.i Association CARSON. HYMAN Washington, D C —A B Pol So Political Science Club GARVIN, BENJAMIN j . |R. Atlanta— BS Degree Voluntary Religious Association. Vice President. Presi- .Vesley Foundation Council GAY. JOHN H . JR Garfield— B S A. Degree GILMER. WILLIAM S Ashburn — B.B.A. Degree GLASS, WILLIAM A . JR Brunswick — B S. Degree GLENN, MARY K Atlanta— BF A Degree GLENN, WILLIAM |. Athens — A.B.J. Degree Lambda Chi Alpha. President, Secretary; American Legion, Junior Vice Commander; " G " Book, Associate Editor; Interfraternity Council; Voluntary Religious Association Cabinet; Gridiron; Digamma Kappa; Presb terian Student Association Council; Red and Black. GREENE, WILLIAM 0. Bainbndge- -B FAD ' . Sigma Alph.i friars. President; Digamma Kappa idem, Phi Kappa Literary So ■ Club; Experimental Theater, Director. Ur Radio Workshop; Student Cabinet. CRIBBLE. MARY H Dalton— B SHE Degree Homecon; 4-H Club. GRIFFIN. MARK T. Adel— B S A E Degree Pi Kappa Alpha; Ag Economics Club. GRIFFIN, RALPH A Griffin— BS A. Degree GRIMES. ALBERT M St Petersburg, Fla— B.S.A. Degree Alpha Zeta. Blue Key, Ag Hill Council, Ag Club, Floriculture Club, Veterans ' Organization, American Legion. GRINER, HILDA L. Fitzgerald — B S E. Degree Glee Club; Party of Organized Women; Education Club GROOVER, WILLIAM E., |R. Waycross — B B A. Degree Sigma Nu, Economics Club, Demonsthenian. HARBIN, SARA FRANCES B S H E. Degree Haptist Student Union Coui Organized Women C01. 1 HARDY. OWEN B. Sycamore— B S A Degree Gaffau Club. Dean ' s L HARGREAVES, EUGENIA C Columbus — A B Degree HARKNESS. MARY J Macon — B S E Degree HARLAN. STELLA S Decatur — A B. Degree Spanish Club, Canterbury Club, Glee Club HARRELL, F. MAXWELL Bristol, Fla.— B.B.A. Degree Alpha Kappa Psi. HARRELL. WILLIAM S Jesup— B S A Degree HARRINGTON, RALPH A Milledgeville — B S A Degree Ag Club, Saddle and Sirloin Club HARRIS, ANNETTE A Savannah — B B A Degree Delta Phi Epsilon; Hillel, Secretary; Pioneer Club, Glee Club. GLOVER, DIXON M. Monticello— B S P.E. Degree GUEST, MACK H. Americus — B S A. Degree GLOVER. HERMAN W. Cleveland — B S A E Degree Agricultural Engineering Club; Agricultural Engineer, Editor. GOOD, WILLIAM A Cedartown — B.B.A. Degree GOOLSBY, HAROLD B. Monticello— BS A E Degree Alpha Tau Omega; Agricultural Engineering Club, 4-H Club. American Legion; Veterans of Foreign Wars GORDON. ELIZABETH C Logansville — B S H E De»- ' l-H Club. Homecon. GOULD. DAVID R Stalesboro — B B A D. . GOULD. FLORINE R Chattanooga. Tenn — B S Ed Delta Phi Ei cation Club. Glee Club; Stud Council; Mortar Board. Trea tary Religious Assooar Club CRANT. W VANCf Cornelia — B B ■ ' • GREEN. WORTH C oss — B S. C Sigma Nu GWYNN. M JEAN Fort Gaines — A B. Degree Kappa Delia, Pioneer Club. HALE. HUGH D . JR. Decatur— B B A. Degree HALE, WARNER S. Statham— BS Pre-Med Sigma Nu. Demosthenian, Agronomy Club. HALEY. FRED C. Canton— B S A. Degree Saddle and Sirloin Club, President. HALL. JUNE E. Chickamauga — B S. Degree elta Delta. HALL. ROSELYN V. Nicholls— A B Degree neer Club. HAMMOND. FRANCES E Lai Degree Alpha Gamma D ' HARBIN. B LOUISE Lavorna — B SHE Degree ■ Student L i Council. VIRGINIA DEKIE l.fiitlft of I ' m v " 1 Orgaaited II amtu I Haynes M. Heaton T. Helmly C. Hendrix •m f J. Hendrix R Hendrix R Herndon tit ISA C Herring E Hester W. Hice L. Hicks C Higginbotham N Highsmith E. Hill F Hill L Hill | P Hill P Hill S Hill |. Hobbs E. Holland IF C Holliman C Hollingsworth J Holman H Holt I Hood Hood B Hootcn f S ? R Hornick E Horovitz t R Howard M Hudspeth E Husums | Hughs 1947 SENIORS HARRISON. NORMAN I -BS Ed HART. J FRASER Gainesville. FIj Pi Kappa Alpha. HARVEY. HILLARD H Pmeview— B B A Degree HARVEY. LUO lindale--BF A Def Chi Omega. Art League. Canterbury Club HATCHER. SMILEY B. JR Brinson— BS Ag Agricultural Economics Club HAWKINS. )OHN R Macon — B B A Degree HAYNES. EUGENE V . JR. Atlanta— AB J Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Digamma Kappa HAYNES. JAMES F. Clermont — B B A Degree HEATON. MARGARET A Augusta— BS. Ed. Kappa Delta. Pioneer Club. Pioneer Inner Circle, Education Club. University Theatre. HELMLY. THOMAS C Savannah — BS Degree Chi Phi. HENDRIX. GORDON Statesboro— B B A Degree HENDRIX. ROBERT Columbus— B S A Degree Pi Kappa Alpha HENDRIX. JAMES E Columbus- -B B A Degree Sigma Alpha Ep HERNDON. ROBERT B Social Circle— B S. Ed •er from Furman; Pi Kappa Phi. HERRING. GERALD N . |R Tifton— B BA Degree HESTER. ELMO C . JR Cut Blue Key. Aghon; Alpt Red ana BU Ag Hill Editor; Ga Managing Edtl Campus Lead retary-Treasurer Sophomore Zeta Writers Prize; Deai ROTC; Biftad. President. S n Delta K.! Club, f • Custodian; Ag Economi Cabinet. Secret Saddle and Sirlom, Reporter, Dd Sophomore Voluntary Ri xiist Church. Affiliate Steward HICE. WILLIF Cherry Log— B S Ed . LOYD Oat- ree HIGGINBOTHAM. CLARENCE I Canon — B S A I HIGHSMITH. NORWOOD H Baxley-AB Degree Kappa Alpha. Gr HILL. ELIZABETH Kingsland — A B. Soc a Delta Pi. HILL. F. LOUISE Winder— B SHE Degree Phi Upsilon Omicron, Homecon Club. HOROVITZ. ELLIOT Savannah— B S Degree Taut Millet. President; Dean HILL. LUCY C Washington — AB Degree Chi Omega. HILL. J PRESTON Atlanta— B B A Degree Sigma Nu. Pledge Master; Delta Sigma Pi, Social Chairman; Glee Club. Ga. Bulldogs; Demosthenian ; Politics Club. HILL. POPE R Athens — A B J Degree HILL. SUE T. Macon— BS Ed Alpha Gamma Delta. Education Club. HOBBS. JAMES B. Blakely— B S A. Degree HOLLAND. ELLIS J . JR. Cochran— B S Ed HOLLIMAN. GEORGE M Warrenton— B S A Degree HOLLINGSWORTH. CAROLYN Carrollton— A B Soc. Dean ' s List. HOLMAN. JAMES F. Pelham— B B A . LL B Degrees Lambda Chi Alpha. Glee Club HOLT. HAMILTON T . JR Macon — A B Degree Phi Delta Thela. Phi Eta Sigma. Phi Kappa HOOD. JOSEPH T Con ■ HOOD. OLIVER | LaC • Glee Club. HOOTOr. ooeer GuJ HORNICK. RHODA C Bi - hop HOWARD. RAY Tennis Team HUDSPETH. MAMIE Blakely— BS Chem HUGGINS. ELMER B Cot Ed. HUGGINS. MARY N. Cohutta— BS. Ed HUGHS. JANE Stilmore — B 8 A Degree A H DRANE looks for tlu brifkttt Hit, « Editor of the Georgia Cracker W. Jackson M. Jarretr Clay H. W. lohnson H. T. lohnson I Johnson | L. Ivcy F. Ivcy fro; L. C lacks L W lackson H C. )enkins L. lerkins C. (ernigan D lohnson |. D. Johnson S Johnson R. Johnston R. Joiner M A Kelly R. Kelly 1947 SENIORS HUIET. BEN T. Atlanta— BB A. Degree Sigma Nu. Den Alpha Kappa Psi. Alpha Phi On HURLEY, MARIE F. Atlanta— B SHE. Degree Homecon, Newman Club. Glee Club HUTCHESON, DOROTHY E Athens— A B. Degree IRVIN. ELIZABETH W. Washington— A B |. Degree Chi Omega. President; Theta Sigma Phi. Vice Presi- dent; Women ' s Athletic Association; Pioneer Club; Education Club; University Theater; Panhellenic Council IRWIN, JOHN R. Albany— B B A. Degree Phi Delta Theta. Demosthenian. IVEY. JAMES L. Milledgeville— B.S A Degree Ag Club, Dairy Science Club. Saddle and Sirloin Club IVEY. JOHNNIE FAYE Clennville — B.S.H.E. Degree Homecon, Wesley Foundation Council. IVEY. MONCHER LEE, JR. Cordele— B B A. Degree Pi Kappa Alpha. JACKSON, BETTY L. Atlanta— B FA. Degree Delta Delta Delta, Art Student ' s League. Red and Black. JACKSON. EDWARD E. Columbus — A B J Degree Alpha Tau Omega. JACKSON. ERNESTINE Pensacola. Fla— B S H E. Degree Transf er from FSCW.; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Homecon Club. JACKSON, JAMES N. Waynesboro— B S Degree JACKSON. LAMAR C Atlanta — B S. Degree Sigma Chi. Vice President; Inter-fraternity American Legion. JACKSON. LANIE " W. Newnan- -B S Degret Lambda Chi Alpha JACKSON, WILLIAM A. |R Augusta — B B A Degree rans ' Organization. Dean ' s I JARRETT. MARY CAROl College Park— B SHE Def Kappa Delta. Pioneer Club, Univi ter, Edu- cation Club. Homecon Club, Pandora Staff JAY, GLADYS H Commerce — A B Degree Sigma Delta Tau, Treasurer; Speech Club; Thalian- Blackfriars. JENKINS. CHARLES J. Vald , Chi Alpha JERKINS. LEE F. Mountville— B B A D JERNICAN, GEORGE T. Springfield, Tenn — B S E " G " Club, Gridiron. JOHNSON, DOROTHY A Bogart— B SHE. Degree JOHNSON. HARVEY W. Adrian— BS A Degree Alpha Zeta; Ag Club. Vice President; Gaffau C Ag Hill Council. JOHNSON. HILLYER T. Jefferson— B.B A. Degree JOHNSON. JACK D Bainbndge— B S A Degree Alpha Zeta; Blue Key; University Housing Units. Mayor; Agricultural Economics Club. President; Ag Hill Council, Representative, Vice President JOHNSON. JOHN D. Macon— BS Degree. JOHNSON. SUZANNE S. Atlanta— B FA. Degree Phi Mu, Thalian-Blackfriars. JOHNSTON, ROBERT F. Columbus— B B A. Degree Pi Kappa Alpha JOINER, ROBERT M. Stuckey— B S A Degree Freshman Class. President; Red and Black. Bus it Manager; Ag Club. Secretary. President; " X " Club. President; Ag Hill Council, Vice President; De- mosthenian, Secretary; Biftad; Voluntary Religious Association Cabinet; Georgia Cracker. Assr Editor; Gaffau Club. Treasurer; Georgia Agncult.. Editor. ' JONES, BETTY F. Athens— B SHE Degree JONES. CAROL E Decatur — BF A De. • IONES. CHARLES M . |R Albany— BS Degn Alpha Tau On JONES. D FRANKLIN. JR Hawkmsville— BB A Degree JONES. |AMES I B S Ed JONES. NAN( JONES. 0 . ■ • !ent of Party of Orgar rial Medal JONES. WILLI ' JORDAN, BETTY C JORDAN, JAM! Rochelle— BS. Chem. JOSEY, RUFUS M Anderson, S C — A B J Dt. Sigma Delta Chi KAHN, HARRIET E Pelham -A B I Delta ( ■ KELLY. MARTHA ANNE ■ rson — B S E Dt . Kappa De ' t.: Education Club. Art Students ' Le . KELLY, ROY R Monticello- -B S Ag Saddle and S RUTH ESTES Iki insicai Mistress is Prtsidtut ol tin Women ' s Git (tub E Kemp I Lord C Kendnck W Kilgore E. Kimsay E King I King L. King W Lcdford D. Ledm C. Lee M. Lee C Lenoir M Lester E Long I Long R Loomis R Luckey Lunsford ). McCanlcss L. McClamroch 1947 SENIORS KEMP. EDWARD H . JR Acworth — B S A E. Degree Agricultural Engineering Club, Ag Hill Council KENDRICK. COLLINS W. |R Macon — A B ) Degree KILCORE. WILTON A Atlanta— A B and B S A Degrees rans ' Organization. Agricultural Econo- Club; Gaffau. EY. ELEANOR Cornelia — A B Soc KING. ELIZABETH Fort Games — A B Degree KING. JANICE H. Macon— BS Ph. Alpha Gamma Delta; Women ' s Athletic Assc President. Secretary. Education Club. Physical Edu- cation Maiors Club. Georgia State Athletic Federa- tion of College Women. President KING. LANEZ Blakely— AB Degree KING. PATRICIA U Rome — A B | Degree KINGERY. |OHN W Augusta — B B A Degree Alpha Tau Omega. Phi Kappa KIRKLAND. REBA J Douglas— B B A Degree KNAPP. HELEN L Atlanta— B SHE Degree Homecon Club. President, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Offi- cer; Ag Hill Council. Alpha Lambda Delta. Women ' s Glee Club. Key Member. LARMORE. BILLIE L Education Club KREIDMAN. FLORA Atlanta— B A Degree Psi Chi LAHOOD. ELLEN C Valdosta— ABJ. Degree dee Club. Newman Club. Red and Black. LAMAS. FIFI C Savannah — B B A Degree Alpha Omicron Pi. Glee Club. LAND. E GLORIA Athens BS Zoo Alpha Omicron Pi LAND. JENOISE R Atlanta BFA Degree i Gamma Delta, Glee C LANIER. DAN L Metter — A B D ' Club LANIER. WILLIAM C Macon — -A B J Degree Kappa Alpha, Sigma Delta Chi. Baptist Student Union. Vice President; Phi Kappa, Glee Club. Deacon of Baptist Church LAWTO ' LAY. HENRY G Calhoun--B B A De, Sigma Chi LEARD. |ACK A Hartwell— B B A Degree LEDFORD. WILLIA: ' Vidalia— A B|. Degree LEDIN. DONALD N St Paul, Mmn— BSF Degree LEE. CHRISTINE Dupont— A B Degree LEE. MERYL J Red Oak— BSHE Degree LENOIR. F CATHERINE Cordele — B F A Degree LESTER. MARY E Athens— BS Ed LEVY. JACK E Atlanta -A B). Degree Alpha Epsilon Pi. Red and Black LEWIS. EVELYN Cochran— B B A Degree Delta Phi Epsilon. Glee Club. Hillel LIGHTSEY. WILLIAM F Savannah— B S F. Degree Xi Sigma Pi, Alpha Zeta. Cypress Knee. Editor. LITTLE. BETTY C Atlanta— BS I Alpha Lambda Delta; Presbyterian Student Associa- tion, American Pharmaceutical Association; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Dean ' s LIT LIVELY. ETHELYN R College Park— B S Chem Gamma Sigma Epsilon. Alpha Lambda De ' ta. Deans Agronomy Club. Baptist Student LOGAN. | CLAYTON Kappa Sigma. Sec LOOM IS. ROBEi S Degree LUCKEY. ROBEi H Club LUNSFORD. OREN D Girard — A B Degree McCANLESS. JAME. McCLAMROCH. LOU B | Degree Sigma Nu. Demosthenian FLO COULD iividti her timi «« talent with Uuit.u Board «» Pam-H Uimt I ■ F McGaughey | McGce L Mcllwam McKay C. McKcnncy D. McKeniie E McKinlcy 5 - J f McKinnon F McNulty F. McWhirter A McWhorter W MacKenna H McQuirc E MahaHcy F. Masscc M Mjrticws P. Mathews V. Mathus |.May K. Mead 1947 SENIORS McCLURE, CHARLES A Canton — A B ) Degree Alpha Kappa Psi. McCORKLE. DAVID B Buen i Ed McDANIEL. CAROL Jacksonville. Fla — B B A Degree Delta Delta Delta. Treasurer, University Theater; Thalian-Blackfnar, Women ' s Athletic Association, Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha, 46. McDANIEL. CAROLYN | Atlanta--AB J Degree Red and Black Mcdonald, carey e Waycrcss— B S E Degree Phi Delta Theta Mcdowell, doris a Cordon— BS. Ed Education Club ILLIAM I Smyrna -A B | I Chi Phi. " C " Club. Track Team. Mana» Football. Varsity Football. Manage Black McCUIRE, HAROLD O. B A Degree " X " Club MAHAFFEY. ELIZABETH A Richmond Hill— BS Music Ed MAINOR. ROBERT Forsyth — B S Degree Glee Club MALLARD. HERBERT L Girard — B S A Degree Gaffau Club. Vice President; Student Veterans ' Organization MALLORY. SPENCER M. Clyo — A B Degree Kappa Alpha MASSEE. FRANCES C Club MAi ILA MATHEWS. PHILIP E Greenville — B S | Degree MATHIAS. VIRGINIA S Alley— B SHE Degree 4-H Club. Secretary. Homecon; Baptist Student Union MATTHEWS. JOE T . |R Dallas— BS Degree MAY. MRS |ANICE Chattanooga. Tenn — A B J Degree Red and Black MEAD, KENNETH ] Savannah — AB Degree McDUFFIE. EVELYN ). Ashland— BS HE Degree Homecon Club. 4-H Club McGAUGHEY. FRANK S . |R Atlanta— B B A Degree McGEE. JEFF D Morgan — B S. Degree MclLWAIN, LOVETTA E. Atlanta— B SHE Degree Alpha Omicron Pi. President; Homecon Club; Pan- hellenic Council; Pandora Staff; Pioneer Club; Art League McKAY. JACK C Macon — BS Degree Kappa Alpha McKENNEY. GEORGE W Columbus — B B A Degree Sigma Nu. Gridiron, " G " Club McKENZIE. DANIEL K Vidaha— BS Ed McKINLEY. ENID E Vienna- -BB A Degree McKINNON, JULIAN B Douglas— BBA Degree McNULTY. FRANK M Dawson — BBA Degi McWHIRTER, FRANCES W. Hapeville — A B Degree Kappa Delta. Pioneer Club. Canterbury Club. Art League. Adelante McWHORTER. ALMA C Decatur— BS Zoo. Chi Omega, Art League, Canterbury Club, Pioneer Club MALLORY. WALDO W . |R Atlanta— A B. Degree Chi Phi. Phi Kappa Glee Club Chi Omega. MANN. FLORIA V Conyers — A B J Degree MANSFIELD, LOUISE Atlanta— AB J Degree MARCHANT. AMOS V Ty Ty— B S A Degree 4-H Club; Agricultural Club MARSH. EDA SUE Kensington, Md — B A De» Alpha Gamma Delta, Pioneer Club MARTIN. CHARMIAN N Avondale Estates — B B A Degree Alpha Gamma Delta. Corresponding St neer Club, Economics Society MARTIN. JO Lula— B SHE Degree Phi Upsilon Omicrcn, Homecon. Baptist Student Union MARTIN. WILLIAM B, |R Cedar Springs — B S Degree MARTIN. ULDINE O Nevils -A B D MARVIN. ROBERT E MA. :on. ELMO HESTER ktpi lihtmt hni » Editor of the Summn Quarter Kin wn Hi u k yiss 4l L Meadcrs M Middlcbrooks V. Moore M Mcadors H Mccks N Melaver C. Mell L Mercer M Meyer 9Q9 g L ' 1 i ■ ft C Miller M Miller F Mms;lcdorff A Mitchell I Morgan M Morgan M E Morgan A W. Monroe C M.tchcll R Montford A. Mixon R. Moore A9 y? i s ir ». m T. Morgan E- Morns H Mo E Mundy H Murray M C Murray C Myers I Myers R Muggndgc C Necdham A Neislcr 1947 SENIORS MEADERS. LILLIE |. Toccoa— BS Ph. ub MEADORS. MC Cos Phi Delta I MEEKS. HOWARD B B S Chem. Pi Kappa Alpha MELAVER. NORTOf Savannah— B S Degree Tau Epsilon Phi MELL. GENE E Savannah — B F A Degree President; Dance Club; " Z " Club. Alpha Lambda Delta MERCER. LEO C Cordele— B S A. Degree Alpha Tau Omega. MEYER, M. ANNE Wmterville— BS Ed. MIDDLEBROOKS. MARIAN R. Oxford— B F A Degree MILLER. CHARLIE A Colquitt— B S A Degree MILLER. MARTHA L Fairburn — B.S.H E Degree Party cf Organized Women, Hcmecon. MINGLEDORF. FRED W. |R Hinesville — BBA Degree Kappa Alpha, Marine Corps League. Intef-Fratei Council. MITCHELL. ANN Columbus — A B ) Degree Kappa Alpha Theta. Theta Sigma Phi MITCHELL. CHARLES E Toccoa — BBA. Degree Kappa Sigma Sigma Nu. MIXON, ALLEN P Patterson— BS Psy MOBLEY, EDN Atlanta— AB J Degree MONCRIEF. IOYCE t.} -B F A Degree MONEY, BETTY A Columbus — B FAD Art Studeots ' League MONOXELOS. HELEN Columbus- -A B ! Kappa Alpha Th MONROE. WILLIAM ) Waycross — B B A Degree MONTFORD. REYNOLDS T Thon Lambd.i MOORE, ROSE?, ■ ■ ■ MOORE, VIRGINIA C Covington— B S Degree Delta Delta Delta. President; Alpha Lambda Delta. Vice P resident; Women ' s Athletic Association. Sec- retary; Pan-Hallenic Council. Treasurer; I Inner Circle; International Relations Club MORGAN, )OHN A West Point— B S Degree Phi Delta Theta MORGAN. MARION W Augusta — L L B Degree Phi Delta Theta MORGAN. MARTHA E Atlanta— BS HE Degree Homecon. Phi Upsilon Omicron MORGAN. THOMAS |. Macon— B S A Degree Sigma Nu. Agriculture Club. Saddle and Sirlcm Club. Dairy Science Club MORRIS. ELLA R. Stuckey— A B Degree MORRIS. HELEN C Atlanta— ABJ Degree Party of Organized Women; Red and Black MORRIS. IRVINE E Atlanta — A B J Degree Sigma Chi, Advanced ROTC. Cadet Captain; Red and Black MORRIS. |EAN Douglasville— B S Ed Alpha Omicron Pi; Women ' s Athletic Asv Physical Education Maiors Club, President; Hockey Club MORRIS. |OSEPH K Athens — B B A Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Newman C MORRIS. PAU1 Doug Art ' MOSELEY. O REID Club MOSES. ' MUNDY. | ELLIS. |R lonesboro — B S A Degree Jia Gamma I MURRAY MURRAY. MARY G ■ ■ tora C RS. CECIL O Smitl jYCE Hartwell— B SHE C . Alpha Chi Omega. Corresponding Secretary; Home- I.lee Club XRIDGE. RAYMOND T . |R Sale City— B B A Degree Sigma NEEDHAM, GLORIA L Hapeville— B SHE. Degree Alpha Lambda Delta. Phi Upsilon, Omicron, Homecon. NEISLER. ANN H. Reynolds — A B Degree Kappa Alpha Theta. Treasurer. DEMPSEY LEACH President 0 the Semioi --. teei that tin- Seniors fet thru invitations — for 11 prii . I Sigma Chi. I E. Nelson I W Nicholson a - • it L Nelson Ja .! R Nickels | Ncvil W. Ncvin M. Newberry M Newman M D Nicholson R. Nisbet H. Nix P. Nobles J. Norns M. Norris W Norris | Northington M Barr R O ' Brian H. Odom Odom M Odom A Oldham H Palmer C Oslin Owen D Owens M Oxford M Pantcr B Parks B Par W Parr m. L. Pace | PadRett P. Pamsh A Parsons C. Pate N Patrick M Patrick V Paulk Pcavy E Peck E Penn 1947 SENIORS NELSON. EDWIN C F A Degree Alpha Tau Omega, Landscape A- Club NELSON. LUCIAN D NEVIL. JAMES L. S Degree Sigma A!ph Phi Kappa, i . ' Rela- ' lub NEVIN. WILLIAM A. )R An. NEWBERRY, MARY KATHERINE Macon — B SHE Degree Phi Upsilon Omicron, Homecon Club. NEWMAN. MARGARET E Miami. Fla — A B | Degree NICHOLSON. MAY DEARINC Athens— B SHE Degree Chi Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta; Woman ' s Editor. Georgia Agriculturist; Society Editor and Ag Hill Red and Black; International Relations Club; Glee Club; Phi Upsilon Omicron. Vice President; Ag Hill Council; Homecon, Executive Council; Women ' s Athletic Association NICHOLSON. WILLIAM C. Valdosta— B S A Degree NICKELS. ROBERT R Atlanta— BS Ed Sigma Alpha Epsilon. NISBET. RITA Athens— BS Ed Chi Omega MIX. HAROLD L Chickamauga — B S A. Degree Alpha Zeta. Zeta Sigma Pi. NOBLES. PATRICK Atlanta— BF A Degree Art Students ' League; Little Symphony On Georgia Cracker. NORRIS. |OHN B Washington — B B A Degree NORRIS. MARION E. Atlanta— BS Degree •jious Assc- Club! " ophomore Class ient, Studenl NORS ■ Homeccn NORTHINGTON. |ANE • -BSH E Degree O ' BARR. M MAC Lavonia — BS Forestry ma Pi. Forestry Club. O ' BRIAN. ROBERT S. Doerun — B B A Degree OOC ' rg c Club ODOM. IACQUELINE i ■ incil. Pioneer Club. P President; Studt sociation; Red and B ODOM. MARY L Glennville BSHE Degree Homecon, 4-H Club OLDHAM, ALICE C Jacksonville, Fla — B B A DeRtee OSLIN, CHARLOTTE Atlanta— B S.H E Degree Phi Upsilon Omicron, Homecon, Wesle. OWEN, JOHN S Orangeburg. S C — B B A Degree Sigma Chi OWENS. DOROTHY S Albany— BSHE Degree Alpha Delta Pi, Art Students ' League. OXFORD. MITT IE A Dawson— BSHE Degree Glee Club, Homecon, 4-H Club. PACE, LAURA R Dawson — B F A. Degree Alpha Delta Pi, Corresponding Secretary; Thalian- Blackfnars; Canterbury Club PADGETT. |OEL C Quitman — B S A Degree Caffau Club PALMER. HARRIET L Camilla— A B Degree PANTER. MARY R Lumber City — B B A Degree PARKS. BENJAMIN G. |R FJ S Degree Pi Kappa Alpha PARI- S Ed Alpha Chi Omega. Rush (. Pandora; Red and 81a: • PARR. WILLIAI Sas PARRISH. PAT Ha;- ' Abt PATE. GEORi ■ Sa ' ith PAT I Quitman— BS A Degree Caffau Club PAi Ambrose — B S Ed PE- ' , E Cuthbert— B B A Dt . Delegate from Univ of Ga Affairs. Univ of Va . I PECK, EDWARD 0. Dahlonega— B S A D. . Gaffau, Agricultural Club PENN. ELOISE L Savannah — B A Fng Dean ' s List. MARY CRAY MURRAY in r . n-f.l t» tiii tin Pandora !W C. Pcnuel C Pcrhach M Perling L Perry R. Perry R. Pfeiffer B. Phillips • r W. Phillips M. Pintchuck A. Pirklc L Pittard C. Pittman M. Pittman W. Pittman | Platas P. Plevack A. Poitcvint E Polhill B. Popkin V Porter W Porter UT " , A Powell A M Powell L Powell M. Powell R Powell H Prater V. Prater E. Prathcr E Prcetorius ). Price W Purdom S Pursley A Purycar S Putman ,ia % a T Putman B Ravcy R Reddish M Reed W Re C Reynolds E Rheney 1947 SENIORS PENUEL, CAROLINE M Thomson— B B A Degree Delta Delta Delta. Glee Club PERHACH. CAROLYN H • Palm Beach. Fla - -B B A Degree PERLINC, MILTON Sanciersville — BBA Degree Tau Epsilon Phi PERRY. LAURA P. Atlanta— ABJ Degree Alpha Omicron Pi. Treasurer; Alpha Lambda Delta. Zodiac r| al Relations Club; Woman ' s Ath- Red and Black; Georgia Cracker; • Sigma Phi; Mortar Board. PERRY. ROBERT S. Dawson — B B A. Degree PFEIFFER. RUTHE H mia — B SHE Degree PHILLIPS. BENJAMIN C Valdosta— B S. Psy. Sigma Chi. " G " Club. Blue Key PHILLIPS. WILLIAM J., |R Gainesville — B B A Degree PINTCHUCK. MAXWELL N Atlanta— B B A Degree PIRKLE. ANNETTE Alma— A B). Degree Theta Sigma Phi. Red and Black, Georgia Cracker. PITTARD. LINTON Y . )R Monticellc — B S.A. Degree Saddle and Sirloin Club. President; Agriculture Club; Ag Hill Council. President; Aghon. PITTMAN. CAROLYN E McRae— B B A. Degree PITTMAN. MARY J Cartersville— A B Psy. Alpha Delta Pi. Thalian-Blackfnars. University The.!- PITTMAN. WALTER C . |R Thomasville — B B A Degree Phi Delta Theta PLATAS. JULIO Mexico City — B S Degree Agronomy Club PLEVACK, PAUL | Winthrop. Mass — B B A. DeRree Sigma Chi. Delta Sigma Pi POITEVINT. ALEC L Bambndge — B S A. Degree Agriculture Club; Poultry Sconce Club. Pr. Saddle and Sirloin Club; Ag Hill Cour POLHILL. EMU Lo . Phi Mu, Secretary: Pioneer Club; P Circle, Pandora Staff; Dean ' s List; Canterbur POPKIN, BENJAMIN Augusta — B S. Degree Tau Epsilon Phi. PORTER, VIRGIN! ' Cochran— B SHE Degree Phi Upsilon Omicron, Homecon Club. Education Club PORTER. WILSON L Martin — BSA Degree POWELL. ADALENE R Cairo — BF.A Land Arch POWELL, ALVIN M , JR Athens— BSAE Degree Pi Mu Epsilon; Agricultural Engineering Club. Scribe POWELL. LEONARD F . |R Augusta -BBA Degree Chi Psi POWELL, MINNIE 1 Fitzgerald — AB Eng Delta Delta Delta. Secretary; Pandora; Red and Black POWELL. ROY F. Walhalla. S C— ABJ Degree Red and Black. News Editor, Managing Editor. PRATER. HOWARD E Clayton— B S Ed PRATER. VIRGINIA L Athens— A B Math PRATHER. EDWARD F. Jasper — BSA Degree PREETORIUS. EDWARD L , JR Statesboro— B B A Degree Alpha Tau Omega. PRICE. JAMES N Griffin— BBA Degree Phi Delta Theta; Baptist Student Union Council; Economics Society. PURDOM. WOODROW Nahunta— B S A Degree PURSLEY. SAM C Warner Robins— B S A E Degree PURYEAR. ANNE T Nashville. Tenn — B B A Degree Chi Omega; Economic Society; International Rela- ' . ' tar Board. Zodiac; Alpha Lambda Who ' s Who m American Colleges PUTNAM. SAf- Cohutta— BSHE Degree Party of Organized V. PUTNAM. TRUETT K Curryville— B S A Degree cience Club: A| Saddle and Sirloin Club RAVEY. MRS BASC ■ i Phi. REDDISH. ROBERT L Odum— 8 S A Degree Club REED. MARY A Carrollton— B SHE. Degree REEVES. WILLIAM G, JR Cartersville — B S A E Degree Ga Student Branch of in Society of Agricultural Engineers. ' Jational Student Council of American Society of Agricutlural Engineers. President; Aghon. Secre- •■asurer. Editor; Ga Agriculturist, B . fditonal Staff; Honor Key; Agricultural En- ng Club; Der: ry Society; Agriculture Club REYNOLDS, CAROLYN Athens— B F A Degree Phi Mu, Vice President; Sigma Alpha lota. Secretary; Canterbury Club; Women ' s Student Government, Music Club RHENEY. EVA MAE Hephzibah— B S Ed Kappa Delta; Education Club. Secretary; Pioneer Club, Art League. JOHN SHEFFIELD ;.;, i am " ' ■ I • tdtt ihni ft ( lIMCS rfoBf I Richardson W Richardson S Richardson W Richey Ridley M Rifkind M R, by R- Sandcrlinc W. Rsh C Sanders F Roberts C Robertson C Robinson R Robinson F. Schanlz V Schocnbaum D Scogijins Scott i.| C Rodriguez S Scott W. Scckingcr N Secrcst |. Seymour B Shannon R Sheets | Sheffield W Shclton 1947 SENIORS RHODES. JAO Augusta- BS L Sigma Alpha Ep RICHARDSON. |AMES P Hartwell— B S F. Degree try Club RICHARDSON, WILLIAM Atlanta- -AB [ . Pandora Staff. Basketball Manager; Red and B ' ack. RICHARDSON. SIDNEY N Villa Rica— B BAD., a Nu. Delta Sigma Pi RICHEY, WILLIAM MAC Atlanta— BF A De r Sigma Chi. Secretary, President; Clee Club. Secre- ' Jub, Gridiron Club; Cheerleader, Art Lea i RIDLEY, JOHN W Atlanta— BS A Degree Alpha Camma Rho. RIFKIND. MELVYN S. Jersey City, N ).- -A B J. Degree Red and Black, Demosthenian, Dean RICBY. MARGARET A Macon — B F A Degree Thalian-Blackfriars. RISH. WALLACE R. Rome— B B A Degree Phi Delta Theta. Phi Kappa, University Theatre ROBERTS. FLORENCE Lithonia— BS Ed Alpha Camma Delta, Education Club ROBERTSON, CHARLES E Newborn- -B S A E D ural Engineering Club ROBINSON. CLAUD E Greensboro— B FAD Landscape Architecture Club ROBINSON. ROBERI Alley — B S A Degree Saddle and Sirloin Club. Agronomy Club RODRIQUEZ. CARLOS H B S A Degree Santa Rosa de C ROBBINS. MAXINE Cami: Psi Chi. ROGERS. NANCY GRACE Ma Clee Club; 4-H Club; I ROGERS. MARY R Elbt - ROSE. DOROTi De Alpha Delta Pi. I ROSSETTOR. A KF Sw i Chi. ROUSSEAU, JAMES T. klin Spnn ( : ROWE, G Car Ed ROYAL. CHARLES C Augusta-— B B A Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Kappa. Alpha Kappa Psi RUSHIN. WALTER J Atlanta — B S Chem Degree Pi Kappa Alpha, International Relations Club RUSSELL. BE T ' B Degree Alpha Delta Pi. RUSSELL. SHEILA Calhoun— BS. Ed SADEDDIN, RASHAD H Acve, Palestine — B S A Degree SALE. GEORLEEN Augusta— A B. Degree Glee Club. Psi Chi. SALTER. FORREST B Thomastorv — B S A. Degree Lambda Chi Alpha, Glee Club. SANDERLIN, ROY L. Monticello, Ark. — B S A Degree Agriculture Club. SANDERS. CAROLYN ANN Bowersville — B.S.H.E. Degree Homecon Club SCHANTZ. FERN A Atlanta— BS Degree Glee SCHOENBAUM, VIVIAN Brooklyn. N Y — B S Phy Ed ■ location Club. SCOGGINS, DALLAS F. A. Degree SCOTT. JANE egree sec SEC- -NN SECREST. NATHANIEL P. H J Degree SEYMOUR. JONATHAN G BF A De. Sigma Nu, Landscape ANNON. Bl Atlanta— A B. Degree Kappa Alpha Theta SHEETS. ROBER T L S Ed SHEFFIELD. JOHN E Quitman — BSF. Degree ient; Campus Leade Aghon; " X " Club; Omicron Delta Kappa; f Club. Presi Cypress Knee. " Associate Ag Hill Council; Agriculture Club; Demos- thenian. Sophomcre Class. Vice President; Red and 8lack. Assistant B . ager. Business Manager , Sphinx; Outstanding Male S SHELTON. WILLIAM H Atlanta— A B Degree an Club. Phi Kappa. COLON STEWART V man on It Hill us President of I | ; ' ( mini it ft Mid ft ■ C. W. Shcpard C C. Sheperd R Shcrnll M Shapiro | Shiver B.Sikcs E. Skcs B Silver L Simmons R. Simmons C. Sims M Slate I Slaughter R Smisson o A Smith B. Smith C. Smith C. L. Smith D. Smith H Smith — H P Smith M. Smith P. Smith S. P. Smith S. C. Smith South ). D. Sparks Sparks it " H Spitzcr R Stalling N. Stallsworth T Stc C. Stewart S Stogsdill K Stanton W. Stark 1. Stcllings K. Stephenson r M. ' " » 4 »«». 1 i i 9 1 1 1 f m i m - w m W % W W w 17k vf ■Lft ■ 1 1 A Stovall R Strange c Strickland D Stringer 1947 SENIORS SHEPARD. CHARLES W Bellville— A B J Degree American Legion SHEPHERD. CHARLES C. |R Atlanta— B B A. Degree Alpha Ph i Omego, Glee Club. Reserve Officers ' Club. Demostheman. SHERRILL. REUBEN C Bowdon — B S A Degree SHAPIRO. MAXINE B Augusta — A B ] Degree Delta Phi Epsilon, Digamma Kappa, Hillel SHIVER. JOE K. Sylvester— B.SAE. Degree Agricultural Engineering Club; Alpha Zeta; Business Manager, Agriculture Engineer; Ag Hill Council. SIKES. BARBARA Atlanta— A.B J Degree Digamma Kappa. SIKES, ELLIS D. Claxton — BSA Degree Alpha Gamma Rho; Blue Key; A ' pha Zeta; Agricul- ture Club. President; Gaffau Club. President. SILVER. BETTY ). Douglas— BB A. Degree Delta Phi Epsilon, Glee Club. Hillel. SIMMONS. LAURA E Oglethorpe— B SHE Degree Homecon; 4-H Club; Baptist Student Union. SIMMONS, ROGER L. Macon — A B J. Degree Pi Kappa Alpha. Historian; Phi Kappa. Secretary; Alpha Phi Omega, Historian; Sigma Delta Chi; Red and Black; Freshman Basketball; Pandora. Sports Staff , R O.T.C . Cadet Award SIMS. CLINTON D Irwin ton — B S A. Degree SLATE. M. LLEWELLYN Atlanta— BS Ed Alpha Omicron Pi; Woman ' s Athletic Assc ii Education Majors Club. Hockey Club SLAUGHTER. IRENE J Atlanta — B F A Degree Alpha Gamma Delta. Art League, Pioneer Club SMISSON. ROY C . |R Fort Valley— B B A Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon SMITH. ALEY W Atlanta— B B S Degree Chi PI SMITH. Bl Barnesville— A I De ' ta Delta Delta. Psi Chi. Pioneer Club SMITH, CHARLES V. Tenmlle — -A B | Degree Kappa Alpha. Sigma Delta Chi. SMITH. CLARA L DuBois, Pa —A B Degree Women Veterans ' Club, Glee Club. SMITH. DAVID L. Lumpkin — B S F. Degree Alpha Gamma Rho, Forestry Club. SMITH, HENRY G, JR. )esup — A B. Degree Demosthenian, Secretary and Treasurer; Alpha Phi Omega. SMITH. PIERCE Gainesville — B.B.A. Degree Sigma Nu, Secretary; Biftad. Vice President; Alpha Phi Omega. Secretary, Vice President; Demosthenian, Associate justice, Speaker ' s Key; Bulldog Orchestra, Cheerleader, Red and Black; Pandora; V.R.A. ; Presbyterian Student Association Council. SMITH, MADISON P. Monroe — BSA. Degree Agriculture Club. SMITH, PHYLLIS O. Atlanta— B.A. Ed. SMITH, Reidsville SUZANNE P. —A.B J. Degree Spanish Club. SMITH. SYLBRA G. LaGrange — B.S.H.E. Degree Phi Upsilon Omicron, Dean ' s List. SOUTH, JEWELL Atlanta— A.B. Degree Bert Michael Scholarship Award for " Outstanding Junior Work " ; Student Assistant in Alumni Office. SPARKS, JANE D. Macon — A.B. Degree Phi Mu, President; Alpha Lambda Delta; Zodiac, Voluntary Religious Association; Panhellenic Council; Pioneer Club; Canterbury Club, President; Pandora SPARKS, JUNELL Atlanta— A B J. Degree Kappa Alpha Theta, Woman ' s Athletic Association. SPITZER. Flushing, N. Y.- HARRY -A B J. Degree Tau Epsilon Phi; Sigma Delta Chi; Sports Editor. Red and Black, Editor, Hillel Scroll; Dean Staff Writer. University News Bureau STALLINGS. D ROMELLE College Park— B S.H E. Degree Hom STALLWORTH. NANCY L Bremen — A B Degree Party of Organized Women. ( r Club • ATHERINE Kappa Delta, Sec- Secre- STARK, WILLIAM B. iroe — B B A Degree Sigrr .pa. STELLINGS. ISABEL B. Wilmington. N C. — AB. Degree Transfer from Stephens College; Pi Beta Ph.. Cor. responding Secretary; Pioneer Club STEPHENSON. M. KATHERYNE Boston— B S. Ed STEVENS, THERESSA A. Ellaville— AB.Scc Alpha Omicron Pi. STEWART. COLON S Crawfordville — B S A. Degree Ag Hill Council, President; Agriculture Club. Presi- dent; Aghon, President; Saddle and Sirloin Club. Vice President; Gridiron STODSDILL, SARA C. Chickamauga— A B Degree STOVALL. A. LOUISE Elberton — AB Degree Spanish Club. Secretary-Treasurer; Baptist Students Union; University Theatre, Thahan-Blackfriar. STRANGE. ROBERT L Cornelia — B S A Degree Gaffau Club. Agriculture Club. STRICKLAND. GLORIA L. Americus — A B. Degree Kappa Alpha Theta STRINGER. DOROTHY N Augusta— B FA. Degree |OE TERESHINSKI Prttidtmt i i " (, " Mm — llklttii t, thai U ' r B. |. Strife M. Stuckey D Suddath C Sullivan V Sumner N. Sutnano A Sutton M Sutton Z. Syman B Talley C Tclfc.-d |. Tcrcshinski ). Thomas W. Thomas M B Thompson R Thornton M. Thorpe W. Thrower |. Tidwcll M Tnnlr V Suratt E Surrency B Teaslcy L. Teasley N. Thomason H Thompson M Thompson a. R Tollett C Toole vm L Tov. | Trapncll D. TreRonc L. Trimble M. Trulock C Tuck K Tucker C Turner | Turner | C. Turner A. Tuten B Tutwiler R. Tyscn 1947 SENIORS STRITE, BETTY JEAN Atlanta- -B S I STUCKEY. MARQUILLA Lep i Pi Beta Phi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Pioneer Club SUODATH. DOROTHY K. Portal— BS Phys Ed. il Education Club, Education Club SULLIVAN. CLAUDE H Perkins— BB A Degree Transfer from Emory Univ ; Delta Tau Delta. SUMNER. A VIRGINIA in— BSHE Degree Alpha Omicron Pi, Clee Club. Red and Black. Home- con Club SURATT. V |UNE Jacksonville. Fla —A B J Degree Alpha Lambda Delta. Feature Editor. Red and Black, leater. Tha ' ian-Blackfnar; Pioneer Club Georgia Cracker SURRENCY. ERWIN C Jesup — A B Degree SUTRIANO. NICHOLAS M Woodhaven, N. Y.— BS. Pre-Med. Delta Tau Delta. SUTTON. AUDREY H Norman Park— B SHE Degree Homecon. Secretary; 4-H Club; Party of Organized Women Council, Women ' s Staff of Georgia Agricul- Phi Upsilon Omicron; House President. SUTTON. MARIANNE Elberton — A B Degree Pi Beta Phi. Pioneer Club, Glee Club SYMAN, ZELDA Miami. Fla — B A Degree Alpha Epsilon Phi. Hillel. Band Majorette TALLEY. BETSY Atlanta— A B Psy Alpha Gamma Delta; Psi Chi. Woman ' s Athlel sociation Council; Pioneer Club TEASLEY. BENJAMIN C Elberton— BBA Degree TEASLEY. LUCIUS E Hart . ng Editor ai I Red and Black. TELFORD. GEORGE D Clev ■a Alpha. Treasurer. House Ma " . man Rifle Team, Freshman I- I appa. Alpha • TERESHINSKI. JOE P. Glen Lynn ! S, Degree Lambda Chi Alplv Gub. Alpha I THOMAS. JAMES E Statesboro— B B A Degree THOMAS. WILLIAV Lavonia— BS A Degi n Club, D.i THOMASON. NAN C Delta Delta Delta THOMPSON. HAROLD A Monroe — B S A. Der THOMPSON. MARTHA M Ft Bennmg — B F A Degree Delta Delta Delta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Digamma Thalian-Blackfnar, President. Vice Pr lember; Dean ' s List; Student Cou ' THOMPSON, MAURICE B Madison — B S Ed THORNTON. ROBERT M Hull— B B A. Degree THORPE. MARTIN Aiken, S C .— A B J Degree THROWER. WILLIE KATE Omaha- -A B J. Degree Digamma Kappa. Vice President; Red and Black, Society Editor. TIDWELL, JUANITA A Dal ton— BSHE Degree Homecon Club TOLLETT. ROBERT E Atlanta— A B J. Degree Sigma Nu. Treasurer, Recorder; Gridiron; Thalian- Blackfriar; Digamma Kappa, Treasurer; Ui Theater, Demosthenian ; Red and Black. TOOLE. GRACE Augusta — A B J. Degree Phi Mu; Canterbury Club; Dolphin Club; Georgia Cracker; Modern Venus; Miss Independence Day; Chi Psi Sponsor TOOLE. MICHAEL G. Augusta — B F A Degree TOWSON. LAMBUTH R Dahlonega — BS Der TRAPNELL. JO ANN Statesboro— B S Alpha Omicron Pi, Gamma Sigm.; TREGONE. DOT BBA Degi ■ TRIM TUCK. GOODV. Co. Alpha Tau Omt. TUCKER. KENNETH B Ocu TURNER. CAROLYf. TURNER, JAME TURNER, JAMES C Jac F. Degree Sigma Nu. Demosthenian. ( Club. President; Vice Preside TUTEN. ALLEN B Baxley— BSA. Degree TUTWILER. BARBARA A Atlanta--BSH E Degree TYSON, RALPI Rome— BBA Degree Transfer U of Tenn CHARLIE TRIPPI (upturn l (hi. liullilnfs and I - I hum. tin C. Ussery |. Valentine I Van Leer T. Vann A Vaughn C Vcatch M. Ware C Warnock A Warren ri aLaI R Warren A C. Watkins D Watson Z ?A, L Watson T. Watson C. Watts A Wcathcrly F. Wcatherway V. Wclburn S Vickers H Watson F Wesley C Whitehead H. Wh.tla, A W,cklittc M Wienies V. Wicr M WiRRins C Wilkes 1947 SENIORS USSERY, CARLTON Hazlehurst — B S A. Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon. VALENTINE, JEAN N. , Jacksomlle. Fla — A B.J. Degree Parry of Organized Women, Vice President; Junior Class, Vice President; Varsity Debating Team; Ag Hill. Editor, News Editor, Feature Editor; Editorial for Red and Black, Business Manager. Stu- dent-Facult ' , ian ' s Student Govern- VAN LEER, IRA I New York City, N Y .— B A. Degree Demosthenian Literary Society; Basketball Team VANN, THOMAS K. Thomasville— B B.A.. LL B. Degrees VAUGHN, AUGUSTUS G. Conyers — B S. Degree VEATCH, CURRY L , JR. Marietta— BS. Phar. . » e President; Tennis Team; Uni- Theater; A Ph A VICKERS. SARAH J. Douglas— B S. Ed. Chi Omega; dee Club; Canterbury Club; Pioneer Club. VINCENT, ROBERT H. Rome — B S. Degree Alpha Tau Omega; Marine Corps League; American Legion. WAGNER, PAUL F. New York Mills, N Y .— B B A Degree Lambda Chi Alpha. WAGNON. HUGH W. Quitman— B B A. Degree WALKER. CLARENCE N , |R. Clearwater. Fla— BBA. Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Varsity Tennis Team WALL. ERWIN F. Atlanta— B B A. Degree Pi Kappa Alpha, President; Alpha Kappa Psi, Inter- Fraternity Council, Phi Kappa. WALLACE. MYRA H. Athens— B FA, L L B Degrees Alpha Delta Pi. WANSLEY, PAUL V Elberton — B S A. Degree Alpha Zeta; Ag Hill Council; Ga Agriculturist Staff WARE, MAR St Peter ' Beta Sigma Phi; Digamma Kappa, Nav-, terans ' Organizj American Legion. Glee Clu ' Club WARNOCK. CHARLF Garnett, S C — A B J Degi Sigma Delta Chi ; Red and Bl WARREN. ADA JANE Atlanta— A B Soc. Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club. WARREN, ROBERT W Atlanta— B B A Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Vice President of Freshman Class, Glee Club; Phi Kappa WATKINS. CHARLES L, |R. Talbotton— A B. Degree Alpha Tau Omega WATSON. DAISY E Athens— B SHE Degree WATSON, HENRY L Graymont — B B A Degree Sigma Chi WATSON, LUTHER L Graymont — A B J. Degree Kappa Alpha; Phi Kappa Literary Society; Sigma Delta Chi. WATSON, THOMAS C. Elberton — B S. Degree Chi Psi; University Band; Inter-Fraternity Ccuncil. President; " X " Club. WATTS. GILBERT H. Dal ton— BBA. Degree WEATHERLY. ALVIS M . |R. Atlanta— B6 A Degree Sigma Nu; Delta Sigma Pi; Alpha Phi Omega; Inter- national Relations Club; Economics Society; Red and Black, Business Staff; The Georgia Cracker, Business Staff; Advanced R.O.T.C .; Political Science Club; Ass ' t Bus Mgr. Pandora; Student Veterans ' Organiza- tion; Assistant Business Manager Georgia Cracker; Gridiron Club; Scabbard and Blade; Demosthenian. WEATHERWAY, FULLER G. Augusta — B S Degree WELBURN, VIRGIL H. Watkinsville— B S A Degree Future Farmers of America WESLEY, FRANK D. JR Atlanta— AB J Degree Red and Black, Editor, Managing Editor. News Editor; Demosthenian Literary Society. President; President of Sophomore Class; Secretary and Treasurer of Junior Class; President Student Voters ' League; President Georgia Collegiate Press Association; De- mosthenian Speaker ' s Key; Biftad; Blue Key; Gridiron WESTBERRY. JAMES L. Waycross— B S Phar Associate Member of the American Pharmaceutical Assoc . WESTBROOK. BETTY Albany — A B Degree Chi Ogema; Pioneer Club; Canterbury Club. W n; International Relations Club, Secretary and Treasurer, Pandora WETHERHORN. NORMA M Miami Beach. Fla —A B Degree n Phi ET L Athens — B F A Degree Ha Iota; Orchest ' .;ue WHITE. ANNE R Ma — B SHED . IITE, BETTY J CarroJIton — BFA Degree Glee Club. WHITE, JIMMY Blakely— B BA Degree Transfer from Vanderbilt University; Alpha Tau Omega, Vice President; Demosthe ' ( rater - mty C ITEHEAD, CHARLESEY A. Atlanta— B SHE. Degree Homecon Club WHITLEY. HAL C Osterfield— B S Ed WICKLIFFE. ALICE C Athens— B B A Degree Kappa Delta; Pioneer Club. Art League; University Theater, Pandora Staff WIENGES. MARTHA C Augusta — A B. Degree Alpha Gamma Delta; Adelante; Glee Club; Canter- bury Club WIER. VAN NOY Athens— BBA Degree Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Gridiron; University Theater; Thalian-Blackfnar; International Relations Club; Phi Kappa; Alpha Kappa Psi. WIGGINS. MARY B Decatur — A B Degree Kappa Delta; Pioneer Club; Art League WILKES. CLAYTON R Perry. Fla— BBA Degree Pandora. Business Manager; Red and Black, Business Manager. Demosthenian, Amsncan Legion; Gridiron LOU TEASLEY Crusading Editor of Wiuttl Quarlrt Ki n sn Bi ACK F Wilkes F Wilkins W. Will, in son C. Williams Wintcrbottom H Wirick C. Wolfe C. Woodman L Yancey P Yancey L Yates A Youmans YOU ' 1 E Williams C Williams R. Williams WILKINSON. WARREN T. Ayersville — B S A. Degree Gaffau Club. Agriculture Club WILLIAMS. CARL |. Waycross— B S Degree Sigma Nu. Demosthenian, American Le, WILLIAMS. ELEANOR L. Athens — A B Degree Phi Mu, Pioneer Club; Clee Club; Pandora Staff; Canterbury Club. Trea WILLIAMS. GARLAND H West Memphis. Ark — B S Ed Kappa Sigma WILLIAMS. ROBERT W. Atlanta— B B A Degree Delta Sigma Pi, President; Demosthenian, Historian. ran; Economic Sex WILLIAMS. SIBYL Concord — B SHE Degree Phi Upsilon Omicron. Homecon WILLINCHAM. DONALD L Statham — BS Phar American Pharmaceutical Association WILSON. SUZANNi Etlaville — 8 S in Zoo. Kappa Delta. Clee Club WINN. WILLIAM D Waycross— AB Phil Canterbury Club. President; Voluntary Religious As- sociation Cabinet WINTERBOTTOM. BETTE Cart ' Alpha Delta Pi WIRICK. HILDA Z Milledgeville— B S. Ed WOLFE. GEORGE E Rochelle— BS Phar Scabbard and Blade; Mortar and Pestle; " X " Club; Cavalry Club WOODMAN. CATHERINE T. Atlanta— AB] Degree Debate Club; Theta Sigma Phi, Psi Chi; Pres! Student Association WOODRUFF, LOUISE C Cedar town — A B Degree Alpha Gamma Delta; Pioneer Club; Alpha Lambda Delta WOODSON. MARY S Crest— B S Sd Alpha Delta Pi; Pioneer Club. Physical Education Maiors Club; Woman ' s Athletic Assoc . WOODWARD. MAK ■ E Degree Gamma Delta. Presid ' Club; Education lie Association; Pan-Hellenic WOODWARD. MARY N Atlanta A B | Degree WOODY. BILI WOOTEN. FRANCES L. 1 Women. HILDA A Albany -A B D. . WYNN. CLARENCE J . |R YANCEY. LUCY G Albany- -A B D ' . Phi Mu. Si PRISCILLA H Atlanta BS CI Chi ( . Club; Pioneer ( ,, LEROY B . |R JUNIORS JUNIORS ClaU O pcetA Heft to right I )ANE COODE President (not in photo ' ESTHER MILLER Vice President CHARLES COLLINS Secretary-Treasurer B. Abernathy N. Acker R Adams S. Adams M Almon W. Amos B Anchors 1 Anderson S. Aucrbach E. Aycock L. Bassetf 1- Bagley H Barber C Barrincau N Barker H Barnes C. Bcckncll W. BcgRs F Bell Abernathy, Betty F — Caslonia, N C Acker, Nathan H — Elberton Adams, Robert E —Athens Adams, Stephen L — Waycross Adams, Carolyn E — Athens Ad ' erstem, Manone — -Newark, N ) ' atesboro Aldredge, Hugh C —Atlanta inder, lames T.. Ji S C mder, William M — Atlanta Allen, France-. Allgood, Jean — Athens Allmon, Edward C — Newington Ali- nta ello Anchors, B- gusta F. Bennett CLASS F 19 4 8 fii • ; t .- L k J Zg Irl I is 44 a i u » Lik ». « %:. ■ Jk 1 5 ► M Adlerstein C. Akins H Aldredge ]. Alexander W. Alexander F Allen J.AIIgood E. Allmon M Anderson S. Andrew R. Andrews | Arnold B Ash N Ash | Atkinson H Autry B. Baker W. Baker | Baldwin | Ball E. Balis M.Banks W Banks R Bankston L. Barnett P. Barnett | Barwick H. Baxter W. Baxter H Banister L Barton P Bassing H. Benton A. Borger R. Berliner M. Biggers F. Birdsong | Blackmon | Blanks B Blanton Anderson, Jeanette — Blue Ridge Baker, William H , Jr — Columbus Baxter, Wilda — Glen ' . Anderson. John H - —Athens Baldwin. )ohn P — Dublin Banister. Henry C Anderson, Mary F —Washington, D C Ball. James F., )r — Pineview Barton, Lawrence N — R dal Andrew, Sue W. — Atlanta Balis. Earle D —Charleston. S. C Bas Andrews. Roland C — Barnesville Banks. Mitchell D— Statesboro Bee ' —Atlanta Arnold. )ames F. — Starham Banks. William C . Jr — Lakeland Beggs. Wallace A — L Ash, Billy E— Oliver m. Robert V — Preston Bell. Frances A — Decatur Ash. Neal — Cleveland Barber. H, ' an on. Julian H — Valdosta •au, Charles E — Cairo Benson. F- Homer V — ■Plainvllle -Savannah Be ' Auerbach, Sam — Atlanta Barnes. Horace B . |r— McRae Berger, A — Sav, Aycock, Edward L — Carrollton Barnes, Marga ' an Berliner. Rhoda — Dot Baggett, LelandC — Atlanta Bam. ■ BigR ibus Bagley. A jean — Millwood Barnett, PI hop ■ibus Bailey. Harold E - ■Hartwell Barwick. Jackson L , Jr Baker. Billie C. — Alapaha Ba ' lennville JUNIORS gton, N C ■iion Bosshai ' anta anta ' r nan ■ Brad- eOak, Fla ■ anta and Brandt. Barbara A — Asheville. N C. ' onroe Brasv. satesboro Brennan, Thomas A —Savannah -ns Brev. ' ?ns -Quitman ' iner Bnmberry, Barbara A — Albany Brin • Mlanta ..;usta . •anta CLASS F 19 4 8 mm£ l HA? Bryan. Spede ) —Atlanta Bryant, Bobby D — Jersey Buckler. Alonzo M — Decatur Buckner, Emily B — Savannah Buice. Betty N — East Point Buice. William R —East Point Bullard, Frank L , Jr. — Machen Burdett. Lee H — Sandy Springs Burgamy. Charles — Amencus Burpee. Frances R — Jacksonville. Fla Burrus. Edward P — Columbus Burson, William H — Thomaston Burton. Ray L — Savannah Bush. Bobby C — Barnesville Bush. Robert K — Camilla Butcher. Cordon N — Stuart. Fla Butler. Joe W — Camilla Butler, Richard D — Amencus Butts. John B . Jr.— Milledgeville Buxton, Mary A — Greenville Cady, Virginia L — Atlanta Cairnes, Allen E — Marietta Caldwell. Edward. Jr — Greensboro Caldwell. Edward G — Barnesville Calhoun. Anne L — Augusta Cahoun, Dorothy R. — Talbotton Callahan. Peggy — Athens Callaway. Eugene — West Point Camp. James R — Atlanta Camp. Marthanne — Atlanta Campbell. Frances J — Atlanta Campbell, Lewis W, |r. — Decatur Carey. Jane — Atlanta Carries. Thomas C — Eatonton Carney, lack E. — Tate Carr. Ralph W— Jackson Carswell, Ashley J— Homerville Carter. Francis J , Jr — Pensacola. Fla Caruthers. Margaret L — College Park Cash. Georgine— Hoschton Cawthon. Jesse M — Jackson Chambers, William H.. Jr. — Decatur Chaney. James F. — Blakely Chapman, Mary R — Waycross Chastain, Mary — Thomasville JUNIORS GhaVain. Victor T. — Pickens, S C Chaudron, Mary A— Cedartown Cheek. Louie F— Macon Cheek. Margie H —Rhine Cheves lames P. — Atlanta Childers. Edd L — Smirhville Chivers, Anne C — Dublin Clary, Wallace B —Atlanta Claxton, lames R — Cirard Claxton. Lee R — Wrightsville Clements. Harry T., Jr. — Waycross Cobb, Carswell H — Savannah Cobb, |ohn P —Americus Cofer, Mary C —Washington Cogdell, Bobbie — Brunswick Conn, Eva C —Athens Coile, William R . )r.— Winterville Cole, |ane E — Carrollton Cole. Thorn — Barnesville Collins. Charles E— Forsyth Collins, James S — Waycross Collins, Martha C — Claxton Collins. Pat H —Calhoun Colson. Rodney C — Plant City, Fla. Conaway. Dean — Atlanta Connell, John L — Cray Coody, R B - Eastman Iquitt Cook, Marion E — Lumber City Cooper, Ralph A — Athens Cleopatra — Americus Corbet t. Marguerite C — Buford Hartwell gim, Lenore — Atlanta Covin,- - -Rochelle Cowart, Alice M — Savannah • Dorothy M — Douglas Cowden, Bartow III — Rockmart ' ogansville illege Park lham Cro ' ' ns Crum, Mary J — Bartow, Fla. Culpepper, Agnes B. — Augusta Culpepper, George H., Jr. — Orlando, Fla oa m 1. CLASS F 19 4 8 % P Mm Cunningham. Carolyn V. — Eatonton Cuftis, Jeanne — Decatur Daggv. Wayne C —Flora, Ind Dale, Man ■ ta Daniel. George W — McRae Daniel. Mary R — Augusta Darnell, Betty | —Rome Darsey, Fred F — Columbus Davis. Barbara N — Crantville Davis, June E — Savannah Davis. Martha M — Talladega, Ala Davis. Robert J , ]r — Macon Davis. Robert P — Columbus Davis. Samuel H — Wnghtsville Davis, William C — Athens Davis, William S — Camilla DaVitte. |ohn C — Rockmart Dawson. Walter E — Hinesville DeBardelaben. Marquard E — Ellenwood DeBeaugrine. |une F — Athens De Frank. Marion C — Savannah DeLoach, |ean — Savannah DeLeon, Armando — Halafax. Nova Scotia, Canada Dempsey. Lollie M • -Watkinsville Denton, Dorothy — Bronwood Denton. J. C ■ — Hiawassee Deriso. Evelyn | — Moultrie Dialismas. Spyros — Athens. Oeece DiHard. Carolyn — Colbert Dillon. Wayne — Savannah Wilmington. N C Dobbs. Frank— Athens Dollar, William H —Cairo Donaldson. Bill T— Tifton Dorn. Clyde B —Augusta Dorsey. O ' Rae Dorsey. Thelma — Atlanta Douk. -Augusta Dougla ' ' eeks Douglas. Merl N Downing, Marguerite E — Savannah Doyle. |ohn A — Atlanta Patri— Jefferson Dozier, Richard T — Milledgeville Dreyer. Frances M —Atlanta JUNIORS Dnggers. Stephen A — Stilson DuBose. Jesse ) — Omaha Dukes. Lonzie ) — Doclorton Dunlap, Edgar B , Jr — Game Dunlap. Robert H — Athens Dunson. Dora H — Lawrenceville Dunson, Louise A — Dalton Dupree. Gwendolyn E — Savannah Durant. Mary H — Valona Durden, John H — Leslie Dutchak. Eugene M — Scranton. Pa Dwiggms. Genevieve P — Atlanta Dye. Charles W — Macon Early. Seaborn C — Bishop Eavenson. Louise— Winder Edenf ield. Wilson T — Lyons Edwards. Dan M — Gatesville, Tex Edwards. Robert ) --East Point Eichberg. Carolyn B — Atlanta Eldridge. Erwm J — Americus Ellis. Calvin K — Albany Ellis, Cordelia A — Wrens Ellis, Theodore R — Chipley Ellis. Wi!ma M — Cartersville Ellison, Richard — Charleston, S C Emmet, Julia F — Cedartown English, Charles M —Atlanta English, David L —Atlanta English, Roy W — Sandersville Epps. Billy B — Athens Erquitt. Joseph M — Atlanta Eubanks, William W — Augusta Evans, John D — Gay Evans, Malcom D — Harlehurst Evans. Robert E — Bartow Evans. Roy W — Winder Ewing. Charles C — Atlanta F Cahenes. Marcelino R — Mayapgua, Las Villas, Cuba Faulk, Frank F — Albany Faulkner, Lucile R — Decatur - ux, Dorma J — Atlanta Feldman, Sylvia M — Atlanta Fernie, Clyde — Atlanta Fields, John H. — Atlanta Fife, Alyce — Atlanta CLASS F 19 4 8 % . QJ fh Findley. Hugh H — Norcross Finley. Hoyt P — LaCraoge Firterman, Freda F — Atlanta Folsom, Roland J — Barney Ford, James H — Ty Ty Forgy. Lucy A — Tampa, Fla Fortson. Boiling S — Jacksonville, Fla Foster. Betty J — Warm Springs Fox, Phelps — Dawson Francis. Joe — Augusta Freeman. Frances — Jackson Fruit. Charles W — Commerce Frye, Ralph F — Hartwell Frye. James T. — Hartwell Fuqua. Beniamm F — Jackson Cadhn, Dorothy S — Atlanta Gaines. Orville W — Macon Garland. Betty J —St Petersburg. Fla Garland, Wyman M — Wrightsville Garner. Columbus G — Atlanta Garner. Howard C — Stone Mountain Garner. Robert F — Dublin Garrett. Charles S — Summerville Gaulden, Kathryn A — Camilla Gay, William M — Newnan Gentry. Jo A — Atlanta Gibbs. Thomas A — Bostwick Gibbs. Willie A —Abbeville Gibson. Eleanor— Atlanta Gilbert. Anne C — Savannah Gilbert, Charles M — LaFayette Gilbert. Mary — Rockmart Giles. Billy— Elko Giles. James G — Ochlochnee Gillen, Roxy — Bishop Gillespie. Nan E —Athens Gllis. Arthur L — Atson II1S, Neil L — Soperton Glesson. Hubert H — Hilltonia Glover, George M — Cleveland leannette E — Savannah Gnann. John W — Rincon Gnann. Richard L — Savai Godbee. Robert E— Millen Godwin. |immy A — Lakeland JUNIORS Goldberg, Jack— Charleston, S. C. Goldstein, Julius M — Atlanta Cosdin, Gittis W. — Franklin Graham, Camillus L — Atlanta Green, Arthur E — Adamsville, Ala. Greenbaum, Betty — Atlanta Greene. Sara M — Fort Valley Greene, Edgar H., Jr.— Atlanta Gresham, Thomas T. — Rome Griffin, George R. — Eatonton Griffin, John E. — Hazlehurst Griffin. Rebecca L — Carrollton Griffin, Sara J. — Cochran Griggs, Martha A. — Marietta Griner, Eugene W — Savannah Groover, Winifred — LaGrange Groves. Anne — Atlanta Groves. Jack — Lavonia Grow, Patricia N — Atlanta Gunn, Sam E — Crawfordville Guy. ) Sam — Atlanta Hains. Vyvyan A — Augusta Hale, Joyce L — Augusta Hall. Beth H— Milledgeville Hall, Howard W— Moultrie Hall, Jack M.— Moutrie Hall. Vivian S— Villa Rica Hancock, Erastus ,J — Lizella Hancock, M. Virginia — Atlanta Hand, Snow B , Jr. — Brooks Hanson, M. Jeanne — Savannah Harden, John I., Jr. — Zebulon Hardy, Margaret R — Quitman Hargrove, William A , Jr.- — Americus Harlin, William M — East Point Harmon, Rosamond — Hapeville Harper, Rex S — Savannah Harrington, Burton J. — Athens Harris. Ann E. — Athens Harris. Beverly J. — Riverdale Harris, George L, Jr. — Atlanta Harris, Li I lias C— For t Valley Harrison, S. Elizabeth — Sandersville Hasty, Raymond A. — Canton Hatcher, Eldridge V— Culloden ' vl SI " CLASS F 19 4 8 Hatcher. Jack B. — Harlem Hatfield, Sarah F —Monroe Hawkins, Dorothy E — Reynolds Haw kins, Thomas H — Americus Hawkins, William W — Cordele Hayes, Anne F— Decatur Haynes, Daniel H — Gainesville Helms, Keith H — Diggins. Mo. Hendon, B Jane — College Park Hendrix .Carolyn R — Trion Henley, David P. — Summerville Henson, Jean B — Atlanta Hemdon, John C. — Bowman Herno ' on, J Lorene — Trion Herrin, Charles R , )r — Statham Herman, Arthur — Atlanta Heyman, Catherine W. — Savannah Hicks, Marian — Columbus Hignite, William E --Connersville Hill. James H — Roswell Hill. Joyce — Kingsland Hill, Walker P.. Jr .— Thomasville Hilley, Mary — Decatur Hinely, Anne A. — Savannah Hinton, Jane S. — Tate Hinson. Charles 0, Jr — Thomasville Hirsch. Stanley— Columbus Hodges. Anita A — Valdosta Hodgson. Harold B., Jr — Athens Hodgson, Nell W— Athens Hoffman, Charlotte L. — Atlanta Hogan, David H. — Chula Hogan, James J. — Augusta Hogg, James P. — Ellaville Holley, Rudolph E — Augusta Hollingsworth. Mary A — Clem Hollis, James P.— Newnan Holloway, Bill L. — Register Holt, William C , Jr. — Lawrenceville Holmes, Laura C — Adel Hooks, Gerald D. — Lexsy Hornung. Sanford L. — Albany Horovitz, Roslyrv — Savannah Hortman. Joseph C. — Columbus Horton, Frances L. — Wrens JUNIORS Houck, Simpson P — Augusta House, George O — Thomasville Howard. Carolyn L — Williamson Howmgton, Ezra F., Jr — Atlanta Hoyt, Malcolm — Cordele Hudson, John B —Blue Ridge Hughes. IraW — Coushatta, La. Huie. M. Pauline — Morrow Hull, Nancy C — Atlanta Hulsey. Lera C — Cleveland Hult, Howard W— Valdosta Hurst. Margaret — Macon Huston, Till M — Dalton Hutchens. Hallie E —Dallas Hutcheson, Arleigh V — Buchanan Hutcheson. Sidney L — Adairsville Hutchins, James B — Lawrenceville Hutcheson, M Sue — Tallapoosa Irby. Lucie A — Hapeville Irvin. Ben S — Washington Ives. Betty J — Quitman Ivey. Van C , Jr — Augusta Jackson. Thomas A — Augusta James, Bronson C — Royston Jarrard. Henry C , Jr — Gainesville Jarrell, Thomas J — Augusta Jenson. Anthony S — Tallahassee, Fla Jobson. Robert B — Atlanta Johnson, B Gwen — Atlanta Johnson. Hillyer H.. Jr. — Washington Johnson. Margaret V — Atlanta lohnson. Ralph B —Valdosta Johnson, Tasker D — Athens Johnston. Carolyn — Atlanta Jolles. Natalie — Augusta Jolly, James B . |r — Dawson lones, Jane T — Canton Jones. John D — Athens Jones. Mary L — Ball Ground Jones. Mary S — Greensboro. Ala Jones, Russell C — Winder Jones. Saunders — Atlanta Jones, C Virginia — Hawkinsville Jones, Virginia G — Decatur Joyce. Norman W — Waycross XI® 11 1 CLASS F 19 4 8 Keeter, Edward F — Savannah Kelly. John A — New Brunswick, N Kemp. Thomas S — Pelham Kendall. Samuel R — Valdosta Kennedy. Eva M — Reidsville Kennedy. Harvey J , — Barnesville Kennedy. Mabry D — Orlando. Fla Kennemur. James R— Whigham Kennemur. Robert S — Whigham Kent. Sarah L — Decatur Kerr. Martha E — Arlington. Va Kerr, Thelma ) — Atlanta Kesler. John L —Hull Kickhghter. Henrietta — Savannah Kight. Virginia— Kite King, Evelyn V — Franklin Springs King, jack H — Atlanta King, John M — Atlanta King, Mildred — Curryvil le King, Walter E , Jr —Round Oak Kirkland. Angielme I — Lyons Kitchen, Ann M — Alley Knight. Stuart C — Savannah Knoedler. Amelia — Powder Springs Knox. Arthur O — Rabun Cap Koger. Miles S — Augusta Koger, Shirley | — Augusta Krauss. Nan L — Brunswick Kneger. Frances L — Columbus Kuhn. Nancy P — Tampa. Fla Lamb. Clona E — Swamsboro Lambert. Ezekiel R — Madiscn Lambert. Clarence N — Franklin Lang, Lillian M — Brunswick Lanier. Robert S — Statesboro Lanier, William L — Metier Laster, Ralph H — Roopville Latham. James H — Gainesville Lattimore. Harry H — Savannah Laughlin, Emily R — Savannah Lauthner. Betty W — Augusta Lawrence. Mary M — Atlanta Lawson. Lula S — Decatur Lee. Grace M — Mount Dora. Fla Lee. William W— Marietta JUNIORS Leeuwenburg, Barbara E — Wilmington, N. C Leff. Theresa H — Hartsville. S C. Leonard. Betty A — Atlanta Lester, Charlotte B — Daytona Beach, Fla. Leverrett. William F. — Jackson I rving — Savannah Werner A — Albany Little. Betty E— Athens Littlefield, Elizabeth L— Albany Lord. Beniamin H — High Shoals Lourie. Mary — St George, S C. Loughndge. James C — Chatsworth Love. Arthur P — Douglas Love. Claire — Columbia, S C Lovett. Thomas Y — Atlanta Lowe, Doris E — Athens Lowery. Harvey — Dublin Lowman, Theodore R — Kibbee Loyd, Margaret V. — Mansfield Lumpkin, Benny E — Athens Luna. Roberto — Lima, Peru Lunceford. Alvin M , Jr — Crawfordville Lundy. Lester L — Boston McCard. Harold — Atlanta McClure. Ardie E. — Athens McCollum. Tommy M — Americus McCrame, Sue ) — Milan McCrary. Barbara B — Smyrna McCrary. Mary Y — Jeffersonville McCrary, William M— Valdosta McCue, Robert R —Athens McCurry .James M - Glarkesville McCurry. Lura J — Clarkesville McDermid. Howard C . Jr — Vidalia McCalliard. Claris M —China Grove. N. C. McGanly. Mabel— Dallas McGanty. Stuart W —Athens in L — Clarl McGinn. Mary ) — Savannah .■ie, James W — Atlanta McKinley, Anne Q — Milledgeville McKinney. William H. — Lincolnton McKmnon. Lynn — Savannah McLam, Anne E — Wilmington, Del. McLain, James P , Jr — Wilmington. Del. A JhdZA ft ft£6 £ CLASS F 19 4 8 aao a jJW n a McLeod. Catherine — Myrtle Beach. S C McLeod, David L — Brooklet McMillan, Mary f -Savannah McPhaul, Harr.ctte H — Poulan McWhorter. Fonville F Atlanta Maddox, George ..ton Maffett. Myrtus V. Mahone, Hamilton P - -Talbotton Malcolm, Judson Malone, James R — Dc • Malone, Sidney L ■ — Tif tori Maloof, Frank M — Atlanta Manderson, La Rose — Decatur Manley, Annette L — Griffin Mann, Hewell H , Jr— Athens Manning, Tom O — Atlanta Manry, Alford B. — Camilla Mansfield, Laurence E , |r — Atlanta Marrhman, Irene V — Athens Marlow, Rosie B — Athens Martin, Carolyn — Norman Park Martin, Dasie D. — College Park Martin. France A — Atlanta Martin, lames R — Barney Martin, Lynn D — Orlan Martin, Margaret R — Comer Martin, Maryanne — Commeice Martin, Mildred A — Athens Martm. Nell K - Leeshing Massey. Abit F -Athens Massey. Frances — Atlanta Mather, Dorothy L Mathis, Bobt Mathews. |ohn R - Mathis, Elisha A — Atlanta in L --Atlanta Maughon, Jame — College Mauldm, Harold M Midd ' - Maupm. O Tenn Mauroner, Norman L - Hamn II, Dewey L — Albany Maxwe Cairo May, Caroline A — Jact Mayes. Lambeth C — Nashville, Tenn. JUNIORS Mayer, B ) . Jr — LaGrange Maynard. joy B — Winder Mayo, Betty J. — Richland Mayo. BillieS— Atlanta Meadors. Al — Covington Means. Mary A — Macon Mercer. Joseph B — Hillsboro Merntt. Lucius A — Williamsburg. Mass Meschine. Gene — Clarkesville Mew. Vera E — Atlanta Michael, Clay C — Bogart Middlebrooks, Jane M — Savannah Middleton. Frances — Talbotton Miles. Ceraldme — Blackshear Miley, Lamar C- — Hahira Miller, Esther E — Rome Miller, John ) — Sautee Milhcan. Sybil M— Atlanta Mills. Monty M — Lyons Mitchell. James W — Greenville, S C Mizell, John D . Jr — Jamesville, N C Monroe. William L . Jr — Atlanta Montgomery, Marvin L — East Point Monts, Gene McGee — Amencus Moore. Charlton L — Thomasville Moore. Dorothy L — Nashville Moore, George B , Jr — Spai ta Moore. Howard W — Ashburn Moore, James B — Manor Moreland. Betty B —Atlanta Moreland. Marianne — Rome Morgan, Sarah F — Guyton Morris. James B — Bambridge Morris. Mary S — Hull Morris, Robert A — Tifton Morton, George N — Pavo Mosely, John C — Eastanollee Mull ins, Spencer G — Thomaston Murphy. Clarence C — Augusta Musgrove, Jan A — Atlanta ■ ith. James A, Jr — Savannah Nail. Alice M — Albany Napier, George J — Milleogeville Neal .Hoit C — Ashland Neal, William P.— Ashland CLASS OF 19 4 8 Nelson. Mary R — Calhoun Nevers. Jacqueline H — Jacksonville, Fla. Neville. Walter E . Jr —Rabun Cap Nevms, Freeman J — Miami. Fla Newson, Charles O — Reidsville Nicholson. Laurie L — Athens Nixon. Jenny R — Carrolhon Norman, Hoi I i s C . Jr. — Athens Northcutt. Mary B —College Park Nutt, Thomas A . Jr — Jackson Oaks. Fred R — New York City. N. Y. Odom. Colquitt H — Cirard Oglesby. Leslie E — Hartwell O ' Neal, Betty J — Blackshear O ' Neal, Jean K — Chipley ORourke. Gerald J . Jr.— Mt. Lebanon, Pa. Osborne, Mary A. — Atlanta Owen, Idwal H. — Decatur Owenby. Paul. Jr — Hiawassee Pace. Lillian H — Hapeville Padgett. Lmdsey W— Americus Palmer, James W — Cleveland Parham. Sarah J — Tallapoosa Parker, Farns C — Pendleton. S C Parker, Harmon S — Dal ton Parker. Marilyn — Atlanta Parker, Mercer H — Ludowici Parker. Wilmer C. — Ludowici Parks. Sylvia M —Atlanta Pamsh. Sadie L — Adel Partee. Elizabeth A — Decatur Partridge. Ernest L — Appling Paschall, James N — Calhoun Pate. |ohn W— Jacksonville. Fla. Sidney L — McDonough Paul. | C— Athens Paulk, Forrest D —Fitzgerald p avne. Benjamin O — Rome Payne. Dan W . Jr —Reynolds Peacock. Jack M —-Rome Peeples. Carolyn — Chatswcrth a G — Columbus Penct Pendley. George R — A: — Thomson JUNIORS Perdue, Charles S. — Thomastcn Perdue. Lillian K— Kathleen Perhach. Andrew A — Campbell, Ohio Perkins. Walter R . Jr — Mt. Zion Perry. William R — Sard Peters, Earl V— Athens Philips. Lucien W— Atlanta Phillips. Tommy J — Dacula Pickelsimer, Helen L — Fairmount Pickens, Jeanette W — Monroe Pinson, James A — Rome Pinson, Samuel W,— Athens Pittard. )ohn S — Monticello Pittman, Evelyn J — Dama, Fla Plaatje, Barbara J — Avondale Estates Plunkett. Dorothy C— Unadilla Pool, William H — Wrightsville Poole, Harry L — Warwick Pope, Henry L — Athens Pope, Katherine— Atlanta Pope, Paulette K— Athens Porter, Lester L — Dublin Poss, Robert L —Athens Potts, Kathryn B — Ringgold Powell. Carl B , Jr .— Hartwell Powell, lack — Atlanta Powell, Leslie C , Jr — Cairo Prescott, )ames A , Jr — Wrens Prickett, Helen D— Athens Prince, Larry E — Tifton Pritchett, Catharine— Atlanta Proctor, Grace C — College Park Prophetf, Charles C — Rome Proveaux, C up Pulley, Anne C —Atlanta Queen, Jacquelm F — Atlanta Rabb. |amcs L Savannah Raburn, Julian A —Springfield Radcliffe. Barbara A — Cornelia Rampley. Martha L. — Cam Raney. Bascom I Ransom, John E — Unadilla Read, Kay — Social Circle Reeves, William J — Greenville Reid, Mary A — Elberton o r i % CLASS F 19 4 8 Reid, Paul W— Madison Reinert, George L — Birmingham. Ala Reppard, Barbara A — Orlando. Fla Reynolds. M aCrange Rhoades. Virginia N --Monroe Rhodes. David E —Abbeville Rice, George R — Arlai Rice, Maior B - Bishop Rice. Patrick W , )r —Augusta Rice, Susan ' . ' Rich, Olive — Bambridge Richards, Walter A —Athens Richardson, Thomas W . )r — Savannah Ricks. Robert T — Savannah Ridgway, Rudolph — Royston Rivenbark. Robert L — Waycross Rivers. Martha L — Augusta Roberts. Grace — Duluth Roberts, Helen R — Atlanta Roberts, William T — Montezuma Robertson. Elinor G — College Park Robinson, Constantme. |r — Savannah Robinson. |ohn T — Carr Roffrnan, Gloria — Savannah Roffman, Rose M —Savannah Rogers, Bettye — Sandtr Rogers, Edwma P — Reidsvillc Rogers, Opal M — Roci Rogers, Parne M — Roopville Rollins. Addie ) — Omega Rollins. Luther C ■ — De Rosenberg. Jack N — Ui Rountree, (enidean — DU Rouse. Greta — J Rowston, V. S C Royal, Freida C — Augusta Royce. Janet E — Savai Rushing. George B — Augusta Russell, Ritchie A —Thomas ter Rowe, Cordon | —Carrol I ton Ryan. Jeanne R — Savannah Savannah :- arnesville JUNIORS Salmon, James E — Rome Sasseville. Betty A — Atlanta Saul. Al — Atlanta Saul. Semon — Savannah Savage. Carl P . Jr.— Montezuma Sawyer. Ellen A — Mountain Lakes. N J. Sawyer. Ralph— Waleska Scales. Forrest C — Bellton Schilling. Mary — Rome Schroder, Vincent N. — Bainbridge Schwarte, Stuart I — Macon Scott. Cornelia A — Plainville Scott, Julian H — Athens Scott. William F , Jr. — Thomasville Seigler, Lulyanne A. — Augusta Sessler, Kenneth E., |r. — Wayside Settle. Walker V.. Jr.— Waycross Seymour, Elizabeth S. — Atlanta Seymour, Margie — College Park Shaefer. Phillip— Atlanta Shannon. Mary E — Atlanta Sharp, Louise — Atlanta Sharrow. Claire S — Dania. Fla. Shaw, Lawton — Atlanta Shaw. Edna L — Towns Shaw, Norman L — Adairsville Shearer, Wayne — Cordele Sherman, Wesley — Richmond Hill Shields. Sara C — Decatur Shiver, Dallas S — Sale City Shortf. William | —Waycros s Shuman. Louis S — Macon Shuman. Nell — Hagan Siedelberg, Kathleen — Atlanta Siegel. Melvin R — Savannah Sikes. Charles R — Cullman, Ala Silberstein. Shirley N — Atlanta Simmons. Ann — Macon Simpicms. Hoyt E — Griffin Simpson. Mary E —Athens ' . Charles L — Villa Rica Slade. Lucile — Vienna Slotin, Leon — Savannah Smaragdls, Mary C — Augusta Smith. Ann E — Knoxville CLASS F 19 4 8 • ' • thens dosta Columbus Smith, Frances E — Atlanta Smith. Jack C — MerioV ' -lanta Smith, Joseph D. — Au Smith. |. T— East I Leslie — Athens Smith. Lloyd L— Monroe Smith. Marion F — Atlanta Vtarjorie N — Commerce Smith. Robert C— Atlanta Smith. Robert C — Sasser Smith. Robert ) , Jr — Powder Smith. Sylvia — Carrollton Walter — Maccn Smith. William R— Athens Smith, Wllie O — Monrce Snow, Marjorie B — Valdcsta Southerland. Ann — Mcultiie Spain, Evelyn — Gainesville Spechr, Betty E— Atl,- Spratt, Henry C — Atlanta Sproull. Ralph T. — Stilesboro Stanfield. Barbara P. — jasper •iel M — A " ■bus ion - Thomas T — Bovandon and JUNIORS Strickland. Eugenia L — MilledgeviMe Strom. Carl — McCormich. S C Sturges. Frederick W — Long Beach. Calif Sullivan. John J — Augusta Sullivan. John J . ]r — Savannah Sumner. Jacqueline — Atlanta Suttles. Nell H — Fairburn Sutton. Berrien D — Axson Swann. James P. |r — Atlanta Swann. Nellie V — Wrens Swanson. Frances H — Atlanta Swanson. Horace H — Young Harris Sweetm, Wiltcn E— Tulsa, Okla Syms. Wilham M , )r — Abbeville Tate. W L — Gainesville Taylor, Bettye — Greensboro Taylor, Mack N , Jr— Ocala. Fla Taylor. Robert L — Hepzibah Teasley. Ralph B —Athens Teasley, Ree — Canton Tegder, Dorothy E —Orlando. Fla Terwilliger. Frank M — Hapeville Tharpe. Mary N — Vienna Thigpen. W C. |r— Pavo Thomas. Carol S —Atlanta Thomas, Hodgson — Decatur Thomas. Reimer — Decatur Thomas. Willard E — LaFayette Thompson. |ane K — Cairo Thompson. Jeanne A — Augusta Thompson. Kathryn G — Atlanta Thompson. Lawrence N . Jr — Mt Vernon Thompson. Lee — Gainesville Thompson. William P — Bloommgdale Thompson. :• Fairmount Thomson, Martha F Thornton, William M —Morgan Thras Thrasher. James T ' ■ Tinsley. Henry C . Jr .— Calt- Tilshaw. Kermtt E — Pitts Todd .Robert L . Ill Warrenton Tomey, Norma J — Atlanta Tomlms on, Mary M —Lake Park CLASS F 19 4 8 Toole, f ' sbury Par. Toui ■ Trag Trawick, Marion R — Macon ■ . Paul B — Commerce Trowbridge. Rubye E — Harlem jbeth— College Park Tuck. Rober -ville - George H — Canal Pc Monticello Tucker. William E — Tiflon Turner. John ) . Jr — Blairsville Tyler, Rufus — Preston Uhler, Joseph R — Milledgeville Upshaw. Betty S — Carrollton Usher, Jack H — Savannah Valentine, Pamela — Jacksonville, Fla Van de Erve, Janet — Charleston, S C Vandiver, William H. — M Vann, William E — Swainsboro Veal. Jesse R. — Augusta Vestel, Atha L— Cohutta Voll. Rosalie— Atlanta Wade, Jeremiah C — Athens Waggoner, Richard A — Cordele . Arthur H —Atlanta Waites. Wallace L—Ocilla Walden. James W — Wrens r, Frances C — S- • ' ' — Decatur Wallace. Albert ! : son •-■dge Wallac- Wallas e, Fla arion Web: JUNIORS :nm o a E. Webster D. Wicker H C. Williams I.T.Wilson I.Wright P. Weckley A. Wier |. P.Williams L. Wilson M Wright M. Welch H. Wight | W.Williams P. Wilson R Wynne R. Wcldon R. Wilcox | B. Willu R. Wingat T. Ycagcr " , Ala Welch. Mui Weld. a A — Colun bu • .inta Whal ' Whitlock. MaryC -Dublin ' i hens Wight, He 1 . CLASS F 19 4 8 U 9.HJQk $ I Wells L Wells M Wenberg N Westbrook A Wetmore D Whalcy R.Whclchel | White M Whitlock I Wilder S. Wilensky M Wiley C. Wilkes J Wilkins A Wilkinson E Williams H G Williams H. M. Williams R Williams T. Williams V. Williams W Williamson B. Williford M Willis R Willis A Wilson | Wilson E Winn L Winn 1. WoHord P. Wood H. Woodcock 1 Woodroof | Woods B. Wooten E Wright | Yoho A. Yopp C. T.York C York. |r F Yudelson C Zachry I Zalkow E Zimmerman | Zuccaro Wilcox. Rodney P — Wtay Will ' • ndo xlroof. |at Wilder, Joseph B — Hartwetl Williamson, William J — Bn. Woods, J -ns Wilensky, Shirtye — Augusta iford, Betty— Crifdn Wiley, Marylyn E — Cordele Willis, Mary S — Coolidge Wright, E. Franc • Wilkes. George W. — Warner Robins Willis, Rebecca- — Criffin Wrigi -hran Wilkins. Joseph C . Jr — Townsend Wilson, Ai.. Rome Wilkinson. Alb- • ilur Barnesville • Williams. Ed ' thS— Ocilla iglas ' ' jcon ' , , ... ■ ams. John 1 Williams. John Williams, Joseph E ■ Williams, Ruth , S C SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES m iL ClaAA OfiftcerA (left to right I BILL CARTER Vice President FRANK MALOOF President WALTER SMITH Secretary -Treasurer t | Aaron B. Anderson L Bagen C. Barficld | Bates | Acosta C Anderson F. Baggs W Barticld C Bazemorc C. Adams M. Andrews C. Bailey T. Barker | Bcacham C. Adams W. Andrews M Bailey C Barnes E. Bcatty Aaron, Jean Acosta. )o cc Adams, Charlie H. — Savannah Adams, George M , )r — Columbus Adamson. Augustus F. — Jonesboro Aderholt, Hewlett E , )r- Jefferson □rt Valley Lawrence I Fred L , Jr. — " Id Allen, Richard b .Me ue Ridge Anderson, Benjamin S Anderson, Caroly lale Estates Andrews, Mildred A — Greenville i _- _t_ CLASS F 19 4 9 A. Adamson | Armistead R BjiIo T. Barnes I Bcdin f icld H Adcrholf | Aronoff R Baker C Barrett C. Bell B Adkins F Aronson R Balk C 8arron M Bell L. Akers V. Ashford | Ballcn cr W Bartlctt R Bclote F Aldred | Aston T. Ballcngcr D Basingcr K Bcnator M Allbntton L. Athcrton A Banister A Bass B Bennett H. Allen E. Athor M Barber E Bateman C Bennett R Allen E. Avnett T. Barber I Bateman R Bennett W Allen 8 Bacon E Barf.eld C Bates W Bennett Andrews, William f . Aronoff, Joseph — Atl.i Aronson, Pk i. Frances ' ■ . S C. Atherton, Lu ' . Bacon, FJev. Bagen. Leonard A Baggs, Fred I ■ ■ ■ . Barb Barber. f ens Camilla Bazen I _ A Bentley R Black B Slumber? L Bowdcn | Branncn H Bentley K Blackshear H. Blaylock Bogeslov E Bray Jfk H. Berk J Best C. Bexley W. Bidez E Bird W. Blackstone H Blackwcll S Blackwell R Blakewood N Blanchard R Bodue C. Boher N Bullock M Bonner R Boswcll | Bomar |. Bowcn J. Boyd N Boxlcy C Bracewell E Brandenburg B. Brantley M Braswell P. Bergman H Brennan M Bishop M Bland A. Bower L Bradford C Brewer T. Bishop P. Blawic C Bowcn | Brail M Brewer Bentley. Albert J —Atlanta Bentley, Harvey E. — Lincolnton Berk, Howard F. — Trunton, Mass. Best. James S — Rome Bexley, Carolyn C. — Moreland Bider, William A. — Savannah Bird, Evelyn — Atlanta Bishop, Mildred V Bishop. Thomas F ome anta ne, Walter C , J( Blackwell, Henry C Sparta Blakewood, Richard A -Savannah Blanchard, Nathan V — Appling Bland, Martha K — Metter Blawie, Paul L — Bridgeport, Conn Blumberg. Bob L — Macon Blaylock, Hassell M — Memphis, Tenn. Bodue, Renee M — Charleston, S. C. Bohler, Charles E — Slatesboro Bollock, Natl Mbany ns Robert M — Thomson Bower. Allen E — Alma Bowen, Cecelia B — Cairo Bowden, Lee C — Athens Bogeslov, Oscar M — Augusta Bomar, John E — Dal Ion Bowen, John L — Chickamauga Boyd. Janet D — Jacksonville, Fla. Boxley, Nancy L— Atlanta Bracewell. Caynor L — -Plant C Bradford, Lacy E — Nashville Brail, Jack — Atlanta Brannen, James W — Slatesboro Bray. Earnest P. — Arnoldsville Brandenburg. Emory M — Cay Brantley, Blake B — Tennille Braswell. Mary Aline— Decatur Bregman, Patty N — Atlanta Brennan. Hanoria S — Columbus Brewer. Charles C — Homer Brewer, Mary B — Buckhead SOPHOMORES 92 " 3 IX %tW S. Brewer | Brooks W. Brown R Burch W Bush |. Bridges C Briscoe A. Bnttain W. Brizcndine M Broadwell 1 -R . Brock J. 0. Brock F. Brogdon I Brookshire A. P. Brown A. C. Brown B. D. Brown B L. Brown C. Brown M Brown R Brown E Bruncr W. Bryant A Brymer R Bryson T. B yson C. Buffin ton C Burch J Burch A Bur jrd W. Burke E. Burks A Burousas M Burt 0. Burtz B. P. Busscy B L Busscy C. Butler W Butler |. Byrd B Cain L. O Ihoun M Callaway Callaway B Campbell Brewer. Sara ) — Clayton Brown, Clarence M — Hme . Bridges, Julian — Sumner Browr Cartersville Briscoe, Charles N — Monroe Brown, Raymond A — Athens Burt, H Bnttain, Ann C — Gainesville Brown. Worth P — Athens Bozendme, William M — Lyons Bruner, Emily L — Toomsboro Bussey, Ber- Broadwell. Midford M — Marietta Bryant. William C — Athens 9. S. C Brock, John R. — Carrollton Brymer, Arthur --Athens Brock. Joseph D —Rome Bryson, Rebecca A — Greensboro Brogdon. Frank- -Buford Bryson, Thomas boro Brooks, |ay ne C - Washington Butfmgton, Cha Brookshire. James L — Decatur Burch, Charles B -Athens iyrna Brown. Amory C — Unadilla irch, Robert 1 Brown. Barbara- -Dillard Burgard, Rose Burke. Walker D CLASS F 19 4 9 W Calloway R Cannon E, Capral H Canthers P. Carlton R. Carmichael |. Carr |. Carrcker B. Carter C Carter V Case W Causey D Chambers A Chandler A Chapman W. Cha iru M Chastecn C Chavour |. Cheeley B Chernoff W. Cheshire M. Chotas B. Christian R Christian C Clay E Cleveland K Cleveland R Cleveland E. Cliatt H Cline M Cine 1 Clonts W Cobb | Coclin H, Coffc( ' L. Cohen C Coleman C Collier. |r | Collins M. Collins Campbell, Robert A — Purvis, Miss. Chandler, Alice E. — Athens Cleveland. King D — Elberton Calloway, William L — Nashville, Tenn Chapman, Agnes S. — Atlanta Cleveland, Robert C. — Elb i Cannon, Robert W. — Greensboro Chapman, William L — Social Circle Cliatt, Elizabeth — Columbus Capral, Edward R. — Atlanta Chappell, Virginia M. — Orlando, Fla. Cline, Horace L— Rome Cant! Nicholson Chasteen, Melvin ). — Monroe Cline, Mary G — Atlanta Carlton, Patricia — Bartow, Fla Chavour, George L. — Augusta Clonts, |ohn F., Jr Carmichael. Robert R , Jr — Meansville Cheeley. Joseph E. — Buford Coad, James, Jr — Columbus Carr, Jeptha R - -Athens if. Belie M — B Cobb, William T — Eastman . — Athens Cheshire, William B — Jesup Coclin, James W— Beaufort, S C itur Chotas, Marian E — Atlanta Coffee, Hugh L — Eastman Carter, Blanton F. — Monroe Christian, Billy J — Athens Cohen, Lester H. — Atlanta — Hartwell Christian, Robert G — An Coleman, George W- Atlanta Case, Vernon E —Athens Claridy, Angie E — Griffin Collier, Clifford W„ Jr— Fitzgerald ' Cater, Dorsey J — Columbus Clay, Clarence H. — Macon Collins, James L. — Atlanta Causey, William S — Clarkdale 1 —Hartwell Collins, Mary A — Commerce SOPHOMORES R Colvin D. Cone H Conger D Cook C Cooper I Copelan I Copeland H. Coppingcr Y. Cordray D Corn B Cowan K Cowart R Cox 8. Crane R Cravey D. Crawford I Crawford I Croft W Cromlcy F Culpepper W. Culpepper H Cunningham H Curl C Daniel |. Daniel | Darnell M Dardcn M Daus E Davenport I Davidson c Davis | Davis M Davis R. Davis W Davis V D-avcrs 8 Dccn H. Dcen E. dcGaris Richard W — Clovis. N M Q Dcklc W Dcklc Crawford, Doroth C Dclcski B DcLoach C DcLoach F DcLoach Cone, Dorothy E —Plant City. Fla Crawford. James M . Jr — Commerce Davis jesup Conger, Hugh A — Barnesville 3ck K — Augusta De. Cook, David C . Jr — Atlanta Croml- C . Jr — Br Davis. Ralf Cooper, Charles W . Jr l C Culpepper. F Copelan. Jamie 1 nta Culpepper, V. Copeland, | gham. Ha ' ■ Coij: Cord nah Ridge . Cowan, Barbara F Daoi Cowart. Kathenne — EH Darde ' Valdosta Crane. Be - Cravey, Robert f CLASS F 19 4 9 z dcM:villc W Dcmpscy | Dcnson p. Denmark L. Dillard C. Dillingham B Dismukc T Dismuke J. Dirtier C Dixon H Dixon ] Dobson p. Dominy R, Downer A. Drake I Drake K. Drew |. Drcwry H Driftmicr D Dnggcrs F. Dorris E. Dukehart 6 Dulligan I Dunlap S Durden V Durden I Dye Dykes B Edge E Edwards M . Edwards M E Edwards W. Edwards W E.dson C Elam ft. Eleazer E Embigh M Engcl C. Eppes W . Estcp E Ethcridge Drake. Joseph W — Donalsc Drew. Kenyon — St. Simons J. Ethcridge W. Eubank tdwards, Mahlon- Edwards. Margarel | Eubanks -Jersey E — St Petersburg. Fla C. Evans Denson, James W — Lmda ' e ■ ry, Judson H - -Camilla Edwards. Walter J. — Gainesville Dnflmier. Helen M — Athens Eidson. William B —Richmond Hill Dillar Dnggers. Dernll C --Newberry, S C Elam. Charles W - -Lincolnton jnta Dorris. Frank P — Douglasville Eleazer. Robert B . l ringfield hart, Eddn Embigh, f mta Dulligan. B i 1 iriffin Engel, Mary J — Atlantic City. N | imbia, S. C. ' ' i-lison es, Clara E Durden. Samuel J -Crayn iam F - burg Dur : tatesboro Etheridge, Elizabeth W —Sparta jnta Dye. |oe T - -Middleton Ethndge. John C - -Hartwell -Cochran Eubank, William h . Img •run Eubanks. Joyce E - -Atlanta ■hens Evans. Chai -Augusta SOPHOMORES fi t 1£ S £5 Q Ot n d % %% % « C Evans H Evans 1 Evans W. Evans A. Fabian F Fabian H . Failc | Faircloth J. Fambro I Farmer H Faulkner R Fcingold D Ferguson | Ferguson R. Fcreuson K. Fiske V. Fitzpatrick L Flanders H Flanagan F Florence F. Flournoy | Floyd C. Foard C. Folds B Fordham D Formby | Fortson B Fowler E. Fowler F. Fowler H Fowler R. Fowler |. : raser H Freeman | Freeman M Freeman H. Freeman M French N. Fries Evans. Coy V --Moreland Evans, Hymie H — Collins Evans, lames P —Augusta Evans. William M — Stone Mour 1 Fabian. Alfred E — East Car. Fabian, Fr |. Furncy C Furnival Kathryn M — Augusta Fitzpatrick. Vera E Flanders. Lucile N — Decatur Flanagan, Hubert Florence. France Flournoy, F( • ta C Caincs R . Carland E. Garner Fraser. |oe B r-any ■an. James C E C Carncr Faircloth, Joseph ' .land ■ rthaL — Columbus Fan Farmer. Rhesa S . Jr — Augusta ' ry, Donald N . Id. Robert | — Camilla Ixksonville, Fla. Gordon B Ferguson, Daniel W — Fairmount Ferguson. |ohn A -Colleg- f homaston CLASS F 19 4 9 v i 2 V Carrcn J.Carnctt B Cat.iff M C tin L. G.luldin.; W Ccv |. Gcri C Gc shan C R Gibson ) Gill P. Glcason F. Goddard B Goldstein | Goodman M Goodnor C Goodson h S Goodrich 6 Gordon G. Gordon M G ardon C. Gordy C Gould L. Grady R Granger E 1 Gray B Green C Grccnbcrg B. Greene 1. Greene M Greene S. Greene C Grcenway E j Crccr D Crirfcth L Griffith T Griffith W.Griffith |. Grimes H Grist L. Grizzle Carren. Vasfin R. — Dalton Goodner, Mary A — Nahunta ne. Bertha L - Crawfordville Carr- Shellman Goodson. Charles L — Franklin Thomaston Cocxinch, Harcld F — Milledgevi le Cre Goodrich. Sylvia- Milledgeville Gordon. Boris P. — Buford Creenway, Carl ' ord l, Mar, • isville anta ■ ' 1 hens ogart ■ orge C. — Waycross gma -on Perry, Fla. -per .ille -Toccca ■ham Statesboro SOPHOMORES %, M b xxxz M. Croover D. Hall I. E Hancock ? Hargrove .. Harris W Croover F Halpcrin N. Handler ) Harmon M Harris | Grantham R Hambrick T. H3nkinson E Harper E Harrison M Crubbs | Hamby C Harber P. Harper T. Harrison J.Cullev M Hamm |. Harber K. Harrington A Hartman T Cunn | Hammond | Hardaway A Harris |. Hartridge W Curler C. Hacuc A Hancock I Hancock R Harden I Hardin |F. Harris | L Harris W Harvill B Hatcher r, Martha N. — Maccn Groover, Weyman B — Plainville im, John H — Douglas Crubbs. Mae — Decatur Cullev. jean C .— Elberton Cunn, Thomas M — Crawfordville Cunter, Walter E — Winterv Curler. William H — Suches acola. Fla. Augusta . ' orald Macon Hamby, |ohn F ■ — Lavonia Hamm. Marguerite W — ClaJ berton Hammond. John E — Fitzgerald Hancock, Agnes — Winn Hancock, James C — Athens Hancock, lane E —Athens Handley. Norman C son. Thorn. I, S C Harber, George M. — Comm Harber Hardaway. i Fla. .■lie Macon omcy Harpx. W Cunter | Hammond L Harden |. Harris I Harvey Harper, Paul C — Jack- Harrington, Kate — Atlanta Harn -Cordele Harris, lames H — Com " jdley bus CLASS F 19 4 9 JrAiSL - .. J - .J R Hawkins • E Hendrix N. Hill • K. Hodges I C Hood i R Hayes M. Hendrix W.Hill E. Hogan S Hooks M Hays R Henry A. Hillcy B. Holcomb 5 Horovin C. Haywood C Hcntz F. H ,11 is W. Holland H. Hudgins B. Heath H. Hewcll | Hmkle |. Holliday | Hudson 0. Heckman B. Hicks R. Hinton 0. Hollis W Hudson Hawkins, Robert C. — Rutledge Hayes, Rudolph L — Waycrcss Hays, Mary N.— Watkinsville Haywood, Chapman S — Thomaston Heath, Burnet — Atlanta Heckman, OrvJIe E . Jr — Savannah Helmken, Ralph D — Savannah Henderson, James G — Chamblee Clarkstcn ngham, Ala Hendrix. Mai Mich 1 idge nyers Higgins, Patricia C. — College Park Highfower, George W., Jr. — Athens Hightower, Margaret— Floral Park, N. Y. Hill, Nathan E— Atlanta Hill. William B.— Forsyth Aubrey B., Jr. — Chattanooga, Tenn Hillis. Frances L — Rochelle James C. — New Castle, Va. Hinton, Rosemary — Thomson Hirsch, Marshall H — Atlanta Hjort. Paul— Thomasville Hodden, John L — Gibson Hodges. Kenneth C — Brinson Hogan, Eric E — Chula Holcomb, Bondy H — Ball Ground R Hemken P. Higgins M. Hirsch F Holloway C. Huff | Henderson C Hightower P Hjort C. Holt R Huff Holland. William T.. Jr— Albany Holliday, James L — Athens Hollis, Oscar P. — Crawfordville Holloway, Foster H — Cobbtown Holt, Carol C. — Macon Holt, Harry W. — Waycross Hood. Carl. Jr.— Doraville Hooks, Sarah M — Lexsy Horovin, Sara G — Sumter, S C. Hudgins, Harold T. — Decatur Hudson, Jack— Augusta Hudson, V. I aGrange Huff, Clarence H— Bogart Huff, Roy G— Bogart Hunt, Eleanor A - Hattiesburg, Miss. SOPHOMORES A$j 1%9 % J Sw 4. I i Hunter 6 Hurlbutt 1 Hurowitz M Hurst A Huvard M E. Hyndman M. Hyndman A. Ingram W. Ireland Irwin D Ivey C lackson C. C lackson C. W. lackson |. ackson W lackson |. James Flay l»y B |aynes C Jenkins w (enkins | |ernigai. S. | rni.;jn J. Jinks A Johnson C C Johnson F. lohnson E |ohnson H lohnson L. lohnson L H Johnson L Johnson M lohnson R lohnson R. R lohnsor Johnson R lohnson R. E. Johnson Hunter, Clayton M — Augusta Hurlbutt, Boris N— Point Clear, Ala Hurowitz, Irving M — Dalton Hurst, Mary A. — Cairo Huvard, Alan B. — Atlanta Hyndman, Mary Elizabeth— Decatur Hyndman, Marianne— Decatur Ingram, Albert G — Augusta Ireland, Wilton C. — Tifton Irwin, Frank — Re- • Ivey, Dorothy N — Atlanta on, Claren (ackson, George C — Clarke- . Jackson, Cordon W — Harrison lackson, Lucius C — Gainesville C. B. |ohnston F. Joiner E. Jackson. William R , Jr. — Donovan James, Jack B — Athens Jay. Ferman L— Buford Jay. Jean — Douglasville Jaynes, Bruce — McCormick, S C Jenkins, Grady A — Rome Jenkins, William N.I! Jernigan, J 1 1 Homerville lohnson. Harold R — Bowdon Jones J. Jones H. |ones Johnson. Lee! — Macon Johnson. Lewie H., Jr — Donalsonville lohnson. Louise — Ranger lohnson. Martha F. — Rockmart lohnson. Ralph C — Cuthbert lohnson, Raymond R • gton lohnson. Robert — Toomsboro lohnson. Royce — Savannah Johnson, Ruth E — Atlanta Johnston. Charles B — Attn ' , Frances D — Atlanta • ■ ■ in, David C — Crai- D (ordan CLASS F 19 4 9 tfL m i E Justice |. Kcddcn B. Keehan W. Keiter J. Kcllam B Kelly E. Kelly I Kelley S Kelly E Kcnimer B. Kennedy R Kennedy C Kent H Killingsworth C Kimberly J Kimsey H.King |. King P. King W. Kirkland C Kitchens P Koch H Kolodkin D. Kooden N. Kronick | Lamb C Lambdin A. Lambert I- Lancaster Land D Landau C Landers S.Lang T Lang H Langley K Lanman c Lawrence P Lawrence R Lawrence J. Lawson lordan, Doris F. — Athens Killingsworth. Howard H — College Park Lambdin, Charles E — Ellwood City. Pa Justice. Ed L. — Atlanta Kimberly, Cherie A — Atlanta Lambert, Asa C — Cabbettville Laurens, S C Kimsey, Jack — Cornelia Lancaster, Jean — Shady Dale ■ Fla. Kinder, Jos— Athens Land, Oliver B , Jr — Athens irn C — Augusta King, Henrietta — Lookout Mountain Tenn. Landau, Dave — Elberton Waycross King, Jean — Woodland Landers. Guy E — Cartersville Kelly. 1 ham King, Paul E. — Menlo Lane. Charles E — Columbus E — Decatur Kirkland, William E , Jr.— Lyons Lang. Sara A — Hapeville Kelley, Jan. Kitchens, Carl W. — Eastman Lang. Thomas F. — Athens Kelly, Mary E— Carlton Koch. Paul F.— Clarkston Langley. Herman T — Elliiay :amuelW. ] r— Atlanta Kolodkin, Herbert S — Columbus Lanman, Kathryn — Birmingham, Ala. ■ Kooden, D • ' mnah Lawrence, Cecelia — Tifton mta Kravtin, Samuel J —Columbus Lawrence. Paul L — Monticello ' . ' aeon Kronick, Norman M. — Athens Lawrence, Reuben D — Eatonton ■ Lamb, Jack C. — Albany Lawson, James C — Ringgold S P H ORES Leak LegR Lockhjrf 1. Lyle McCjmi, V. Leathers E Lehmann M Loeb W. McAfee H. McCcc C Ledbetter | Lennett L Loh C. McCall D. McCinty ) Ledbetter L. Leonard I Lomax K. McCarthy I McCinty F.Lee E. Lewis C Lon? W. McCarthy N. McCinty I.Lee M. Lewis C. Lott W. McClendon D. McKclvcy R.Lee J. Lindsay L. Lovern | McClurc R McKelvcy S.Lee H Lisle A. Lupburrow M. McCord | McKenny P. Leech C Little E Lyle 6 McCahce I McKeown |ohn M . |r - -Boston Leathers. Virginia C — Eastman Ledbetter. Cene H - Tale Ledbetter. Joanne — Charlotte. N C Lee. Forrest W— Fran- Lee. Joseph W — Indian Springs Lee. Rebecca — Atlanta Lee. Sara D -Atlanta Legg. Josei Lehmann, E: N I Leonard. Louise B —Atlanta Lewis. Margaret E —Bartow. Fla Lindsa y, ]oe A —Atlanta Lisle. Herman L Little. Charles W —Atlanta srt. Robert R — Macon Loe! Montgomery. Ala Loh. Lawrence M . |r —Macon Lomax, John jlhoun A . ' inah McCar teOak McCarthy. Ward Oak McClendon. William N — Jonesboro McClure. John ' . McCord. Madge L — Macon McCahee. F McCe ' McCei ae Rae od ■ bany jvn, John A —Augusta CLASS F 19 4 9 ml ' H%.% E McKinlcy W. McNab V Marlow B Mathew E Mjy R McKlnncy C. McLcndon E Marshall, |r. R Mathcny B Mays I McLain R McRae C Marston M Mathews | Meadows M. McLeskey C. McVay D Martin C Mattel F. R. Means | McLeroy B Mabaffey E Martin E Matthews F. L. Means | McManus M. Mack L Martin A Mjuney T. Mcgabcc W McMichael | Madden W E. Martin M Maicy P. Mell P McMillan A. Maddox W C Martin B Maxwell A Menxin McKinley, Evelyn L — Bradenlon, Fla. -y, Robert F — Atlanta iull McLeskey, Mae — Anderson, S. C. McLeroy, James C — Ekigart McManus, John A — Flushing, N. Y. McMichael, Wallace T. — Clayton McMillan, Pierce H. — Fitzgerald McMullen, Charles W -Atlanta McNab, William C — Tampa. Fla McLendon, George H — Oav. McRae, Russell C — Morven McVay, George B — Cochran Mabaffey, Bascom — Richmond Hill Mack, Myrtle B Madden, Jo A. — Concord Maddox, Ann E. — Rochelle Malcom, Marjorie L. — Bogart Marlow. Virginia— Athens Marshall, Edison, Jr. — Augusta Marston, Clifford B — Atlanta Martin, Doris E. — Lincolnton Martin, Edward C — Albany Martin. Louise A — Commerce Martin. Walter E. — Lincolnton William C. — Atlanta • , Jack D. — Fitzgerald Mathew. Bill D — Dawson Matheny, Ralph T.— Atlanta Mathews. Martha L — Watkinsville Mattel. Gerri T - Atlanta Matthews, Edgar— Atlanta Mauney. Allen L — Cleveland Maxey. Mary L — Decatur Maxwell, Barbara J —Moultrie Maxwell. Willis L— Hall May. Edwin M — Augusta Mays. Bowdre P. — Augusta Meadows. Joe W — Cochran Means, Frances R. — Valdosta Means. Frank L — Louisville Megabee, Thomas G —Norman Park Mell, Patricia C— Athens . Aaron W. — Bridgeport. Conn. Merk, Suzanne — Athens SOPHOMORES mi 5 9 9 » 3 . Merritt Million C M.tchell Morns ' Murphy E Middleton H.Mills W. Mizell H Morris 0. Murray H. Milhollm | Mills M Mobley W Moselcy T. Myers A. Miller L Mills A Montgomery ) Moss C. Nash H. Millner R Mills R Montgomery I Moultrie C. Nash M Miller W. Mills I Monts C Mudter F. Neal S. Miller C. Mingledorff ). Moore W. Mull I.Neely T. Miller |. Misset R. Moore A. Mullm |. Nclms D Million I. Mitchell H Morgan W. Mullins A. NcSmith Merritt, Davis R.— Buford Middleton, Elizabeth — Talbotton Milhollin, Henry R. — Douglas Miller, Ann C. — Atlanta Millner, Henrietta C. — Atlanta Miller, Martha A —Atlanta Miller, Susie L. — Savannah Miller, Thomas W. — Savannah Milligan, Donald B — Atlanta Milligan. John P. — Atlanta Mills, Hiram J. — Atlanta Mills, John R , )r- -Jacksonville, Fla Mills, Lionel W. — Cairo Mills, Ruth E, — Birmingham, Mich Mills, William T— Forest Park Mingledorff, Gretchen— Springfield Misset, Jean M. — Newport News, Va Mitchell, Inez E. — Colbert Mitchell, Irvin C — Musella Woodfin C , Jr. — Cairo Mobley, Mildred R— Atlanta Montgomery, Algernon J , Jr. — Augusta Montgomery, Robert C — Warrenton Joseph H. — Americus Moore, John W. — Register Moore, Roy W. — Alapaha Morgan, Hunton L. — Macon Bernard S — Statesboro Morris, Helen D — Atlanta Moseley, Wallace C— Jasper Moss. John M , )r — Augusta Moultrie, Ida M. — Cornelia Mudter, George E — Manchester Mull, William C—Lmdale Mullin, Ann W. — Columbus Mullins, William T — Jonesboro Murphy, William R — Swainsboro Murray. Owen J — Augusta Thomas E — Hat 1 1 Nash, Charles — Washington Nash, Gloria F — Mountain Neal, Frank S — Ashland Neely. Jo Ann — Atlanta Nelms, johnny B NeSmith, Annis J — p.. CLASS F 19 4 9 O fl ft D Q Q Q 2 a O A p 7 i f ' .W 9 ik t. Newman L. Newman E. Newsome C. Newton t Newton D Nichols N. Nix | Norton L. Nunn | Oakes D.Oakley C. O ' Bar D. O ' Brien | Odom S Oran C Off | Owens W. Owensby I- Pace T. Padgett A Paine C Parham | Parham K. B. Par lam |. Parker T. Parker | Parks H Parr W Partridge C Pate 0. Patterson W. Patterson W R Patterson W. Paulk R Paxson O ' Brien, Dorothy I —Atlanta Parham. K Blanche— Athens anta Odom, Joseph R — Waverly Parker, Jack — Collins Newr O ' Kelley, Thomas H. — Murrayv ille Parker, Thomas A — Waycross Newsome. Edgar T — Milledg ' Olmstead. William D- lie Parks, James P. — Atlanta n, Charles E — Macon Oran. Ridgewood, I ] Parr. Harry W— Athens n, Elwood S , Jr — Aug Orr, Charles ) — Athens Parr. William I —Atlanta Nichols. Don,v Owens, Joseph B — Decatur Parns. George B i la. Owensby, William " dge, Wall.i Pace. hany Padgett, Thoma ' Patterson. Olin V ' Pat: ' Paf wta Paulk. William E Parham, CI ' Lavonia Parham, |u Pearce, Clyde ; " iia SOPHOMORES H. Peavy H. Petree E. Plampin I. Pragcr H. Puckett T. Peoples A. Pendergrass A Pendley W. Penn B. Perry T Persons C. Peterson C W. Peterson W. Petropoulos L. Phillips S. Piassick H. Pierce M Pierce W . Pierce K Pittman M. Pittman R Plampin D. Pogue H Pomar A. Pond I. ' ondcr P. Potter D. Power E. Powers H. Praithcr W. Prater W . Preetorius K. Price W . Price s. Proffitt |. Pruett W. Pryor C. Puett |. Pugh C. Purcell M. Purcell C. Pyle S. Pyc S. Qucener J Rachels Peavy, Harnette — Unadilla Pierce, Walter S — Richland Preetorius. William J — Stat, sboi Peeples, Thomas B — Chatsworth Pittman, Kenneth W — Commerce Price. Kirkland — Camden, S C. Pendergrass, Alva W. — Athens Pittman, Mary A — Thomasville Price. Walter C— Air Pendley. Anne M — Atlanta Plampin, Ethel R. — Decatur Proffitt. Sara A— Dalton Penn, Walter R — Monticello Plampin. Richard T — Decatur Pruett. Jimmie D- E Wakey — Atlanta Pogue, Doris D — Birmingham, Ala Pryor. William A — M. Persons. Trad, Jr.— Alamo Pomar, Helen ) — Atlanta Puckett, Hoyle B — Jesup Peterson, Cletus W, — Fort Valley Pond, Amy L — Columbus Puett, Carnett E — Valdosta Peterson. Mrs C W — Fort Valley Pon : Rutledge Pugh, John L — ■ Petree, Henry R —Atlanta Potter, Patricia R— Atlanta Purcell. Celestia E Petropoulos. William — Savannah Power, Dewey R — Danielsville Purcell, Maylon H — C Loverne L — Soperton Powers. Eugene H — Senoia Piassick, Selma — Atlanta Pra. Brooklyn, N Pye, Suzanne H — W oodland Pierce, Hinton R — Aug Praither, Howell E — Athens Queener, Sam Pierce, Milton A — Empire Prater, William H Rachels, Julian — 1 CLASS F 19 4 9 ! i R Ragan H Reid L Rice C Roach L Robinson R Ransbotham I Red E. Rich L. Roberts H. Rocker |. Rauch B. Reynolds W Richter | Roberts | Rocker T. Raulcrson | Reynolds S. Richwine 0. Roberts |. Roddenberry F. Raven L. Reynolds V Riden T. Roberts R. Roddenberry C Re C Rhoades A Ridley C. Robinson R Rodriguez E Read V. Rhoden N Rigdon H Robinson D Roland W Recce C. Rhodes K Riley | Robinson I Roper C RcRister R Rhodes | Rives S Robinson D Roqucmori i, Robert W.— Albany ■xitham, Robert E — Atlanta I -Yeadon, Pa Raulc noils Read, Eugene A — Social Circle . William R— Rev. Register, . Is, Barbara ■ ' khoades, O ' nroe Rhoden, Virginia L — Bradenton, Fla. Rhodes, Clarence L — Siloam Rhodes, Robert A —Union Point Rice, Leonidas E — Elbi Rich, Edward M. — Green Cove Springs, Fla. Richter, Walter J., Jr— Savannah ne, Samuel W. — Washington, D C. Riden, Victor B — Madison Ridley. Ales — Fr n Rigdon, Nan — Tifton -Decatur Joe— Cedar ;, Lawanna Roberts, |oe R— Collmsville, Ala Roberts, Owen C , Jr.— Columbus Roberts, Tomie S — Valdosta Robinson, Clayton B — Augusta Robinson, HarrietteY. — Gainesville Robinson, Joyce — Columbus Robinson, Sara C — Greensboro Robinson, Leonard — College Park Rocker, Hubert P. — Crawfcrdville Rocker, |ohn L— Kissimmee, Fla. Roddenberry, Jack Q. — Bristol Roddenberry, Randolph F. — Kingsland Rodr Cuba Roland. Durward f Roper, John H — Toccoa Roquemore, Dena F. — Atlanta SOPHOMORES L Rossi M Rossman H Rouse S. Rowe L. Rozier W Russell E. Rutledge S. Salkin W. Salter H Sanders |. Sanders K Sapp R Saul R. Saye, |r. D. Scarborough F. Scarborough M. Scarlett F Scheer B Schow C. Sears F. Seckinger K Secrest W. Seitz E Self Z. Seymour H. Shahan E. Shapard R Sharp J.Shelby R Sheppard S Sher idan W Sherrer H Shirley w Shockley F. Shooke R Shropshire 4 Shuman M. Shurling V Shy S. Simpson R. Sims D. Singletary w Sisson S. Skelton V. Skelton Rossi, Louis — Newark, N. J. Scarborough. Freling H., Jr. — DeSoto Sheridan, Sophie M. — Atlanta Rossman, Mildred J. — Moultrie Scarlett. Mary L. — Brunswick Sherrer, Webster A — Rayle Rouse, Harley E. — Jesup Scheer, Frieda T. — Eatonton Shirley, Henry K. — Atlanta Rowe, Sandra H. — Carroll ton Schow, Bobbie A. — Vienna Shockley. Walter R. — Apalachee Rozier, Louis H. — Sparta Sears, Charles W.— Rock Hill. S. C. Shooke, Floyd — Hiawassee Russell, William R.— Cleveland Seckinger, Frances B. — Atlanta Shropshire, Robert 0. — Athens Rutledge, Emory A. — Atlanta Secrest, Katrina E. — Athens Shuman, Alan R. — Jacksonville, Fla. Salkin, Selma — Savannah, Seitz, William M. — Augusta Shurling, Marion H. — Tennille Salter. Wilmer H — Dawson Self, Earl B— Subligna Shy, William H— Athens Sanders, Harold R — Newnan Seymour, Zack L — Bowman Simpson, S. K., Jr. — Atlanta Sanders. Judy M — Atlanta Shahan, Howard E. — LaFayette Sims, Raleigh H. — Con Sapp, Kenneth F.— Atlanta Shapard. Evander S. — Griffin Singletary. Donald L — Fort Valley Saul, Ralph L — Lawrenceville Sharp, Rachel D. — Signal Mountain, Tenn. Sisson, Willard L Saye, Robert N , jr. — Athens Shelby, James K.— Mt Vernon Skelton, Sue — Atlanta Scarborough, Darrell A — Creenvi le. S C. Sheppard, Robert L — Tennille Skelton, Van K. — Atlanta CLASS F 19 4 9 e Ijfr J e»%% .ia fi£ 9 A I Sligh M | Smith W Smith I Spratlin R Stewart C Smallwood M B Smith |. Smoot E Stack V Stewart H Smisson M Smith | Sncc D. Stanley |. Sticglitz B Smith R. E. Smith |. Snowdcn B. Starr I St John H. Smith R. M Smith N Sorrells I Starr IStodRhill | Smith R. Smith C Sowell C Staton A Stone Swainsbcro ■ ■ ■ .. • ; ■ ; h H — Atlanta Smith. Thomas !. ' nta Thomasina — Calhoun iryville. Tenn. Smith. William P. — Dawson ublm N.-annelte A — Atlanta Snowden. James — Savannah lie, Fla :lanta Miami, Fla Inton mpa. Fla Savannah I.H.Smith T. M. Smith. |r. W Spears H Steadman | Stone L. K. Smith T. Smith F Spence C Stevens C Stratton L. B.Smith V. Smith W Spradlm H Stevens A Strickland Starr. ! .llton Starr, | rdele Gerald W Steadman, I A ' aynesboro Stevens. Graham E — Rome Stevens. Howard L — Athens Stewart. Robert L — Carrollton Stratton. Grady— Elberton ind, Allan | — Valdosta SOPHOMORES C.Strickland W.Strickland H Strother w Strother |. Stubbs R Stubbs M Sturdivant W. Sturtevant R. Styles vl. Suit E. Sumner E. Surrency M Tailey |. Tanner C Taylor J.Taylor W. Taylor .Jr. W. Taylor . Teaslcy C. Telford S Tenenbaum M Tepper W Thatcher J. Thie E. Thomas H Thomas W. Thomas . Thomason. |r. J. Thompson L Thompson L. Thomason S Thompson V Thomson H Thornton E Thornwell | Thnft. |r. I. Tidwell I.Tillman R.Tillman G. Tinsley W. Todd T. Toole D Torras R. Tucker J. Tudor Strickland. Cecil L. — LaCrange Taylor, Jean — Hazlehurst Thompson, Lewis — Hephzibah Strickland. William E — Cartersville Taylor, William L . Jr — Doerun Thomason, Louie — Columbus Strother, Harvey — Decatur Taylor, William R — Athens Thompson, Sally — Augusta Strother, William — St. Simon ' s Island Teasley, James W. — Hartwell Thomson. Vernon L. — Macon Stubbs, lames B — Eatonton Telford. Cordon M — Cleveland Thornton, Howard D — Screven Stubbs. Robert S — Miami, Fla. Tenenbaum, Stanley E. — Atlanta Thornwell, Edward A — At L -. Sturdivant, Mary 1. — Chipley Tepper. Margaret — Cordele Thrift. James A Sturtevant, William B — Savannah Thatcher. William B— Vero Beach, Fla Styles. Robert M — Douglasville Thie, Joyce — Atlanta Suit. Mary F. — Hartwell as. Evangeline A — Alhens Tillman, Richard — Cla Sumner. Earnest A — Vilas. Fla Thomas. Herbert ). — Springfield Gardens. . . George C Surrency, Earlie— Plant City, Fla. Long Island, N. Y. Todd. William M—Bi. Tailey. Martin E — Chula ias. William M. — Cartersville Toe Tanner, Jack R — Dublin Thomason, John H . Jr — Elbertcn Taylor, George — Miami Beach, Fla. Thompson, Jackie C — Atlanta » Tudor, Julian E — Vale CLASS F 19 4 9 O CT Aa M Tuppcr H. Turk B Turner C Turner. Jr H Turner J. Turner M. Turner W Turner W Upchurch, Jr. ). Vandivcr R. Vandivcr E. Vcaiey J. Venner B Voorhccs R. Voyles S Wald | Walker | Walkley W.Walls T W allon W. Walton M Wansley H.Ward I Ward T Warren A Warren C Watkins Jr. E vV itkms. r. D Watson M. Watt | Walters N. Wcathcrford A Weaver E Weaver H. Weaver Tupper, Madelyn D. — Atlanta Herman L — Abbeville Tur — Comer iude H , |r- -Athens Tur- jmasville Fla. Urvi Voorl B. W :bb | Webb M.Webb Voyles, Robert L. — Hapeville Wald, Shirlee— Atlanta Walker, Charles M. — Sumner Walker, James F. — McRae Walkley, Jean— Atlanta Walls, William H — Brunsv. Walton, Tommy L . Jr — Albany Walton, William L. — Eatonton Wan elma, Ala ■ Wa ' - i . Columbus W. Webb C. Weekes Watkins. Earl T , Jr— Douglas Watson. Don— Colquitt Watt. Margarett wille Walters, Jay B— Da herford. Nalus E George — Mountain City Weaver. Arlin— r Weaver, Earl M — Reynolds 1 Webb, Mar . lib, Woodrow W. — Macon .itur ' tlanla SOPHOMORES :. Weissinger E. Weir W.Wells W . W. Wells M Wesley M. West H Westbrook | W. Westbrook | A. Westbrook R. Wcstbrook M. Wcstbrook E. Wester 1. Wh seler | H.Wheeler M. Wheeler A Whelchel D Whidden (Whipple V. Whitaker H. White |. White M Wh te R. White W. White H Whitehead B. Whitehurst A. Whitfield 1 Wh.ttield |. Whittle |. Wickliffe B. Wic kliffe V. Wier C. Wiggins A Wilborn H. Wildes T Wilkes B.Williams B. |. Williams C.Williams H Wil iams I.Williams I.R.Williams K Williams L.Williams M Williams Weissinger, Eugenia L — Chattanooga, Tenn. Whelchel, Alvin C. — Cordele Wickliffe. Billie— Athens Weir. Eva L— Atlanta Whiddon, Dewey N. — Sumner Wier. Virginia A — Athens Wells. William L— Cordele Whipple, John F. — Athens Wiggins, Carl W , |r— Charleston, S C Wells. William W— College Park Whitaker, William A— Harlem Wilborn, Alvin F . |r — Thomaston Wesley. Martha M — Athens White, Hildred R — Marble Hill Wildes, Harry C West, Marion L — Athens White. John L .— Lindale Wilke Theron — Lyons Westbrook, Hugh C. — Gam. White, Mary— Atlanta Willums, Bettie — Co- Westbrook, |amesW. — Athens White, Robert F .— Dillard Williams, Betty | —Atlanta Westbhook, John A — Canton White, Watson L— Lowell, Fla. ■ams, Carolyn L Westbrook. Rosannah — 1 la Whitehead, Harry L -Athens Williams Westbrook. Milton H — Rochelle Whitehurst, Bryan K — Adel Williams, Jerre — Haf Wester, Ernest — Ced.v Whitfield, Auhr i e || Williams, | Wheeler, Jack — Pcrterdale eld, Josiah J — Royston • Wheeler. |ohn H — Homerville ; t tie. James B — Brunswick Wheeler, Marshall B —Athens Wickliffe, Jo— Athens Williams. ' CLASS F 19 4 9 C Williamson M. Wofford H Woods E. Wills M. Wolff I Worth H Wilson 8. Wood B Wright R Wilson | Wood I.Wright H Wingatc A Woodard | Wyncns B Winn | Woodland E Wynn W Winslcttc S Woodliff N. Young | Wise F Woodruff C Zeiglcr |.D. Wise R. Woodruf D. Cater Savannah Wilscr mson -Pelham wood, S C —Albany ' ' ntezuma lane D — Tl Wolford. Martha A— Athens Wolff. Mar mta Wood. Barbara A — Atlanta Wood. Jessie — Creshamville Woodard, Albert L — Waycross Woodland. )oy B— Atlanta Woodliff. Samuel | — Flowery Branch Woodruff. Frances D. — Atlanta Woodruff, Rentz S — Vienna Woods, Henley P. — Calhoun Worth, )ulia C —Warm Springs Wright. Barbara E Wright. Joan — Atlanta Wynens. |ames C — Hillsboro Portal Young. Norma L — Canton Zeigler, Charles M — Milledgeville FRESHMEN FRESH E N JteAkmah Ojftf cerJ Front Row I left to right ' FRED MYERS— President of Boys BARBARA PAUSE— President of Girls AL STEWART— Vice President of Boys Back Row LUCY AMATO— Vice President of Cirls TOTSY JOHNSON— Secretary-Treasurer of Cirls RAY BURNS— Secretary-Treasurer of Boys | Aarons | Alderman B. Anderson R Atkinson M Ban; N. Abel M Alderman F. Anderson E Austcrn C Banks S Abclson B Alexander H Anderson H Austin S Bankston Aarons. Jean Y — HazlehurM Abel, Nick R —Macon Abelson, Sonya H — Atlanta Abercrombie, Mac C — Dcuglasville Abrams. Sol — Pelham Acree. Richard — Toccoa Adams. |ohn W — Macon Adams. Martha | — Atlanta Adams, Norma F — Tignall Adams, Robert — Atlanta Aderhold, Eleanor — College Park ••on Rarnesville Alderman. James C — Adel Alderman, Miriam E — Atlanta Alexander, Buford H — Norman Park M. Abercrombi A Allen | Anderson M Autrcy P Barker CLASS F 19 5 rmiL w m S. Abrams C. Allen W Angel E Aver J I Barksdale R. Acree D Allen F. Arden |. Avrett H Barksdale | Adams |. Allen R Arden 5 Ayers C Barlow M Adams C Allgood |. Arnold | Bagwell I Barnes N. Adams L. Allison A Arrington | Bagwell R. Barnett R Adams E. Allred F. Arrington |. Bailey A Barrett E. Adcrhold H. Althisar B. Asbury H. Baker W. Barrett C. Akers L. Amato M Askew | Baker V. Bartlett L Akins M. Ammons C. Atkinson W. Ballard H Barton Allen, Arthur C — Decatur Allen, Curtis W — College Park Allen, Douglas — Monroe Allen, Jean I — Greenville Allgood. Charles H , |r —Atlanta Allison, Lester C — Athens Allred. Elon N . Jr.— Dillard Althisar. Henry M — Manchester Amato, Lucy R — Atlanta Ammons, Margie P — Tampa. Fla Anderson. Betty — Atlanta Anderson. Frances K — Mid.- Anderson. Hilyard L — Mt • ' Anderson. Jesse A . Jr. — Athens Angel, Walter 0— Atlanta Arden. Frank B — Savannah Arden, Robert C — Savannah Arnold, John S — Savannah Arrington, Alfred L — LaCrange Arrington, Frank J — LaCrange Asbury, Bev A — Elberton Askew, Mary S — Hogansville Atkinson, George P — College Park Atkinson, Roswell J — Greenville Austern. Elaine B — Atlanta Austin. Henry W — Augusta Autrey, Merriell — Griffin Avera, Edith J — A ' Avrett, Jack G— Atlanta Ayers, Sterling P — Cedar town Bagwell. James R — Alpharetta Bagwell, Joseph W — Jacksonville, Fla Bailey, John E — Athens Baker, Herman D — Campton Baker, Joanne E — Atlanta Ballard, William D— C Bang, Mary F — Decatur Banks, George M — Lai • Bankston, Sarah A — Atlanta Barker, Phyllis I —Athens Barksdale, Joe E — Chat .• Barksdale, Hiram C — Sandt Barlow, Geo V — Kmgsland Barnes, Joseph F. — Reynolds Barnett, Robert D — Bishop Barrett, Anne B - Barret- Bartlett. Virgil A —Atlanta Barton, Harry K . )r — Hogarv FRESHMEN Barton, James R — Dalton Bates — Soperton ■nta Battey, Horace O— Rome Baxter. Duard O — Commerce Beggs. James C— Canon Bell. — Elbertcn • ' • — Bogart erton Bell. Ot ' sC— Hiram Bell. William E — Maxeys Beacham. James R — Athens Beall, Avery P.— Atlanta Beauchamp, Mary P — Warner Robins Mary A — C Bedell. Wilham R— Atlanta Been. Walter C— Alma Bellmore, Susanna J. — Marietta Belote, Dorothy M —Atlanta Benton. James F , Jr — Monticello Bennor, Catherine I — Macon Bennett. Bobby — Lawrenceville t L — Porterdale Beverly, Phil C — Ochlochnee Beverly, Robert H. — Ochlochnee n, Harold W — Atlanta Bigham, Curtis L — Calhoun an. Wesley T.. Ji George S— Clinton, S C Bird, Brooks A— Met ter Bird. George M — Metier Birdsong. Dane E — Greensboro Bishop ' etta Black ' oro -Macon on. Cuy R , Jr — Columbus • on. Zell S — Royston Blackwell. Bobby — Homer Blasmgame, Beverly J — Atlanta Blawie. Marian E — Athens Blocker. Earl — G ' ennville Bobe. Dorothy L —Atlanta Boland. Robert M —Austell Bolton. Helen C. — Rackingham, N. C. Borders, Charles W —Athens Bond, Carolyn R — Atlanta zynski, Nancy M — Elberton Bond. Walden M —At! Boss Loganville Mai Boswell. James P. — McRae ■iens Bowers. James F. — Augusta i .-.man, Howard K . Jr — Buford Boyd. Margaret C — Dalton Branch, David t coa Branch, Jim D - i man Branch, Of -shop Bradshaw. Betty C — Stc; Brauner, Harriette R — Smyrna Bragg. ( over Brewer. Fred M — Athens Bramblett. Rhea M —Da Bntt, Jai 1 on lolumbus ■ Mrn Hanta ; - ■ ■• Cochran tlanta ■ .inta Savannah 1 warn ' .:lewood. N George D — Athens Samuel R. — Cor CLASS F 19 5 FRESHMEN Burns, Tena A — ]esup Burt. James C . |r — Dawsonville Busby. Robert K — Elberton Butler, Albert V. — Manchester Butler, David C — Covington Butler, Joe T — Decatur Button. Louis S . |r — Culpeper. Va Butts. Faye — Athens Butler, Mary E — Union Point Butler, Otho L —Ambrose Cafiero, Joseph S — Savannah Cain. Joan — Athens Cain. Lanier — Watkinsville Calhoun, Mary J — Atlanta Camp, Charles W — Rome Camp. Harold C — Ellijay Camp, Jewell L — Ellijay Carney. Blanche W— Ball Ground Carraway, Pat M — Blackshear Carroll, Dorothy J — Decatur Carroll, Shirley A — Royston Carson. Joe M. — Dalton Castleberry. James L — Lumpkin Castleberry. Jeptha E — Forsyth Catlett, Aldwyn C — Athens Causey, Sara C. — Austell Chambers. Carl C — Atlanta Chambers, Carlton E —Marietta Chandler. Nancy A — Barnesville Chanin, Zelda — Macon Chapman, Jane — Atlanta Chapman, Paul W — Athens Chastain. Harry — Brun . Cherry, Maxie J — Donalsonville Chew. Harry H , III— Crawfordville Childs. Joseph F. — Cray Chitwood, Lessor C , Jr — Valdosta Christian. Robert V — Tate Ciandnni. Frank B — Tuckahoe. N. Y. Clay. Bill S— Atlanta Clay. Thomas D —Macon Cleveland, Joseph E — Elberton Clower, James W — Arlington Coalter, Jack O— Jesup Cohen, Henry R — Waynesboro Coley, Paul A — Montrose Coker. Peggy D — Canton Cole. Norman L —Atlanta Coley. David T — Cochran Collier, Fred W . ; • Conners. William P —Savannah Conway. Marion D —Athens Cook. Edward L — Thomaston Cook. Mary M —Savannah Cook. Tom— Macon Camp. Joe L — Marietta Campbell, Betty L —Atlanta Cannon, Leonard F. — Warm Springs Carithers, William K— Macon Carmon. James — Cornelia Carter, Benjamin H. — Atlanta Carter, F. C. — Athens Carter, John C — Elberton Carter. Mark H. — Valdosta Cartledge, Ralph S — Atlanta Case, Joyce E. — Trenton Chambler. Anne D — Augusta Chancey, Allen L. — Atlanta Chancey, Marjorie J — Atlanta Chandler, Betty A. — Marietta Chandler, Jack H. — Social Circle Chastain, Jack R — Atlanta Chastain, Patricia A — Thomasville Cheeley, William E — Buford Cheney, John M — Athens Cheney, Louie T — Columbus Cherry, Joe B , Jr— Shellman Clark, Ann E — Atlanta Clark, Louis E —Brooklyn, N Y Clark, Mary H. — Macon Clary, William — Atlanta Claxton, Ernest J , Jr — Swamsboro Coalter. Merle C — Jesup Cobb. Leonard F — Bogart Robert A Savannah Cohen, Adrian, J r— Augusta Cohen. Arthur I —New York Coh ' ■ Alma Collier, Jane A— Atlanta Port Valley Collins, Charles H —Cleveland Collins. Clarence L —Byron Comol tjerton Cooper, Frank L —Grayson Cooper. Robert F — Braselton Cordell, Ac 1 iwell Core, Macon G— St Simons Island John W — Columbus Counts, Robert M - -Atlanta ,. CLASS F 19 5 Ik " L.3 A3 . ' .it mM d • c Al FRESHMEN •V — Camden, S. C. L — Arlington (on G — Dalton Daniel, Charlotte L — Conyers Daniel, Eugene B. — Athens Daniel, George E. — Macon -nan B. — Gresston Danielson, Jo Ann — Atlanta Davenport, Forrest N. — Hemp Bill C. — Cave Spring Bob A — Cave Spring Zecil — Columbus Cornelius B — Elberton ' -. — Atlanta Decosimo. Joseph F. — Smock, Pa. Deaton, Kenneth D. — Columbus Demmond, Edward C. — Savannah Dempsey ,Lee D. — Watkinsville Denmark, Charles M — Bainbridge Denney, Wayne T. — Hogansville n, Joseph J. — Camilla Dockery, Karl K— Bro I Dodd. James L, Jr. — Atlanta Dodd. William B— Buford Dodgen, Jeanine C. — Atlanta i — Forsyth Dorward, Barbara — Atlanta Doster, John R — Newnan Dowis, O. B — Hogant. Dowis. Leonard E — La Charles B., Jr. — Williamson East Point hoo, Eva J. — Statham ■l ant, David W. — Atlanta Lincolnton in, Earl R. — Carrollton Echols, Kenneth , mond C - ' .art I — Atlanta P. — East Point Carl ville , ' S. — Savannah E — Hartwell uglas — Athens C — Atlanta H —Atlanta rd. Charles R , Jr. — Lexington Crenshaw, Clarence A — Hoschton Crocke, David E. — Ellijay Crumbley, William A — Jonesboro Crumpton, Waymond A — Clexton Dahlbender. Gene V. — Atlanta Davenport, Jeanne — Rossville Davenport, William L., Jr. — Rockmart David, Lloyd P.— Athens Davidson. Charles V. — Augusta Davis. Alice M. — Dearborn, Mich. Davis, Jerome D., Jr. — Miami, Fla Davis, Leonard H. — Sasser Davis. Paul E — Blun Davis, Robert M. — Atlanta Davis, Sam T. — Athens Death, Martha R — Atlanta Dennis, Marvin L. — Augusta Devon, Charles C — Atlanta Diamond, Virginia R. — Atlanta Dickinson, Jane S. — Miami Beach, Fla Dickinson, Thomas D. — Decatur Dollar, Edward L , Jr. — Rome Dominey, Frances M.— Atlanta Domingos. Harold M. — Cnffm Donahoo, Clarence S — Cartersville Doolittle, Betty J —Athens Dorn, John S. — Columbus Drake, Leila M — College Park Drake, Virginia B — Decatur Drewry, Jeanne T. — Athens DuBose, Benjamin E , Jr — Lisbon Dudley, George W — Columbus Dunn, Shirley H. — Dublin Dunnagan. Charles E — Buford Dunning, Robert C — Ofsego, Mich. DuPree. Virginia M — Fort Oglethorpe Durden, Fair D. — Graymont Eason, Walter A. — Atlanta Elder. Nathan T — Formington •orson Ellerbee, Jack D — Manchester • n, John E — Soperton ' ' ' anta Ige, Roy C — Tennville . Hugh E — Tate Everett. Sue— Augusta Orrie B — Cordele Ewing, Frank K — Atlanta r..l CLASS F 19 5 k T Oi ■ L A ?1 o f ' n%a? FRESHMEN Cora— Clyo er. George A , jr — Ocean C Fausett. Isabel F.— Dublin Fears, |ohn E — Madison John W — Brunswick Ford. Henry ) — Lavonia Forehand. Harry O. — L Forman. Richard C — Atlanta -imes F — Lookout Fortson. Marion W. — Greensboro Foy. Inman M — Statesboro Frederick. Cecil H — Montezuma Emile ] — Macon Friedman. David M — New York, N Y. Friedman. Elaine L — Columbus Gaddy. Virgil F — Atlanta Gantt. Julian P — Macon Garber. Roslyn E — Atlanta Garrett, Donald E — Loganville Garrison. Ellen R — Cornelia Garrison. Graver C — Thomson George, Wayne C —High Springs. Fla. George. William B —Atlanta William B — Atlanta Gibson. William H —Atlanta Gilb Tennille Mary Ann — Athens to — Athens ■ ' Om, Roy A — RocMord, III Girardot. Mattie : Glaze. Ralph W—Dalton Gleeson. Charlotte I .— Jeffersonville Goldsmith, Lauren H — Athens Rico ' tlanta Goodson. Thomas W — Frar.i He. Fla Grd ' , ns o S — Tennille ■ Kenneth M —Homer vania • ' anta Gngf- on Fendler. Barbara | — Baltimore. Md Ferguson. Patricia A — East Point Fmdley. Allen — Athens F!sch. Paul H— Dublin Fisher. Margaret L — East Point Flanders. James M —Lyons Foster, Fred H — Bishop Fowler. Frances E — Marietta Fowler, Gene S — Carnesville Fowler, John H — Athens Fowler. Rita L — Columbus Friedman. Karl M — Savannah Fries, Shirley J. — Savannah Fulbnght. William L — Thomson Fuller. John E — Macon Fussell. Hmton G— Weaverville, N Gamaras, Arthur J . Jr — Ashburn Gartrell. Mary G — Atlanta Garvey, Sara A — Atlanta Gaulding. Charlotte A — Atlanta Gelfand. Edward— New York, N Y George, Richard E — Columbus Gilbert, Sarah C — Rockmart Giles, Betty — LaFayette Gillam. Harry H — Ellijay Gillespie, Milton E — Macon Gilman. Elaine S — Columbus Gilpin. Brinca E — Athens Goldberg. Joel H — Atlanta Golden. Edgar F — Dawson Coldich. Phyllis J— Atlanta Goldman, Donald H — New York. N Y Goldman. Marcia E. — West Point Gordon, Lesley J. — New York, N Y Gordon, Murray R --Brunswick Gordy, James C — Thomaston Gore, Jack A —Savannah Cower. William T --Lawrenceville Graham. LeRoy— Danielsville Gremer, Charles E — Alma ninah •lanta on Grimsley. John W — Bainbridge in D — Byromville Guest, Ken Mens Gulley, Charles G — Elberton Gulley, Herman E — Elberton CLASS F 19 5 l4 JL % Jfo 2 FRESHMEN — Atlanta Cunter. Lewis — Tignall ta Hancock, Jasper L — Colbert Hancock. Robert A — Athens Hanley, Hal M — Commerce Hardeman. James F. — Wmt- Hardman, Joe W. — Athens Hark ins, John W. — McDonough Harris. Haskell B — Clarkesv.lle Harris, Helen A. — Cordele Harris, Jamie L — Taylorsville Harris. Martha E — Atlanta Harris, Robert L , Jr— Fort Valley Hartman, Norma J. — Athens -Chamblee Harvey. Jos Harvey, Robert J — Monticello Harwell, Dorothy L — Atlanta Harwell, Katherine L— Atlanta Hayes, Bryce N — Royle Hayes. Richard O — Bonaire Hayes, Donald — Hillsboro am C , Jr — Covington Hayes. Wilson A. — Athens Henson. Donn L. — Carnesville Herndon, Willis K . Jr —Augusta Hester, Glenn B — Augusta Hester, Richard M — Decatur r, Sarah L— Marietta Hewitt, John W — Jesup ' Hill. Joel H — Ma Hirsch, Sylvia — Columbus Hirsirr ' .onneaut. O Jbert R. — Commerce Hobbs, James L— Stapleton Honea. Frank C — Athens H I, I . ; ■ • Savannah nerald I C— Madison . ' . ens Hulme, James C — Athens Hall, Vivian — Bowman Hall. William L — Newnan Halpnn, Harriet E — Fort Valley Hamilton, Betty C — Hapeville Hammond, Marie L — Atlanta Hancock, Andrew M — Warm Springs Harmon, Frank J. — Blue Ridge Harper. William R —Orlando. Fla Harrell. Elmo M — Thomaston Harrell. Sallie I —Milan Harris. Donald E. — Union Point Harrison, Arthus T.. Jr — Brunswick Harrison. Jo Ann — Athens Harrison, William H., Jr — Athens Harshbarger, Robert J — Macon Hart. Carolyn — Americus Hartman, Charlie W — Rockmart Hastings, John C , Jr — Selleyville, Del. Hatcher, Albam L — Dublin Hatcher, Betty M —Harlem Hatcher, Jimmy T. — Albany Hawthorne. Thomas W. — Whigham Haygood. Jack L — Forsyth e, William H. Jr. — Atlanta Hays. Walter D— Camilla Head. Janes D — Cleveland Healey. Robert J —Hewlett. N C. Heery, Carolyn S — Athens Hickmon, James H — Thomaston Hicks. Arnold — Wrightsville Higgins, Mary L — Atlanta Hill, Clifton B— Homer Hill, Edwin — Commerce Hobbs, Nathan A —Athens Holbrook. Nan W. — Cornelia Holcombe. Robert T. — Acworth Holley. William J —Stapleton Hollis. Samuel B — Macon Holloway. Marilyn A — Dalton Howell, Luke — Oakman liolson ' anta Hudson, Orit i Stat ham • George S — Albany —Dalton Hutcherson, George S — Danielsville Hutcheson, James D —Atlanta J r x . CLASS F 19 5 ?? I % ' -. O a i %3 % FRESHMEN - —Atlanta Ingram, Martha J Ingram, Robert F — Atlanta •towlett C — Elberton Anne — Atlanta ]acob, Betty L — Augusta lohnston, David W. — Atlanta lohnson. Doyle H.— Marshal!. Johnson, Frances E — Macon Johnson, Fred R — Washington Johnson. Frederick H — Augusta Johnson, James H — Elltjay lohnson, Polly A — Toomsboro Johnson, William L — Robins Field Jolly. Frank F — Atlanta F — Decatur Jones. Roy L , Jr. — Monroe Jones. Wallace H. — Tallahassee. Fla. Jones. William S. — Lawrenceville Jordan, George W. — Hawkinsville Jordan. Harold K — Royston Kahn, Mimi R — Pelham Kelley, Paul V, Jr. — Lawrenceville ., Ralph N— Midville Kelley, Sarah V. — Memphis, Tenn. Harold M—Rochelle Haywood F. — Hapeville Lyons Kilgore. James A. — Chatswonh Kimb- -Atlanta Kimsey, John K., Jr — Sandersville Kimsey, June C — Atlanta King. Kirton W , Jr. — Rome Knowles, Willian • Park Knox. Thomas H Kocevar, Francis C — Charleroi. Pa. Kolodner. Zelda — Macon ■ . Harold L. — Valdosta T homas M — Wo ' -Hapeville " ' I - Lazarus. Morton R — Valdosta Lay. Robert C. — Cordele Lay. William L — Cordele Laze ai -Atlanta Leasman, Claude H— Atlanta . ' irgmia L — Roo Isanhour, Lma C — Atlanta Carl H. — Jal Ivey. Marshallyn — Athens Ivie, Betty — Tiger Jackson, Sarah J. — Toomsboro lohnson, Harold C. — Decatur Johnson, Hazel — Atlanta Johnson, Hollis — Meigs Johnson, Jack — Fort Valley lohnson. Jack, Jr. — Stockton Joncas, Clennie M. — Austell Jones, Carlton W — Millen Jones, Ezra B. — Bremen Jones, Imogene — Newnan Jones, Martha C. — Atlanta Jones, Robert L. — Jackson Kahn, Shirley E — Dublin Kaminsky, Richard M — LaCrange Kaplan, Lillian— Dublin Kane, Robert T. — Rome Kea, Paul R— Dublin Kemp, Uel A — Camilla Kenan, Owen T., Jr. — Albany Kenimer, Elizabeth — Bishop Kennedy, Hyram M — Savannah Kennedy, Pauline — Gainesville Kenney, Robert S — Athens Kinney, Ernest, Jr. — Rockmart Kinney, Joseph N. — Rockmart Kirbo, Bruce W. — Bainbridge Kirkland, Byron A. — Blun Knight, Sarah E — Madison Krumbein, Herbert A — Washington Lacey, Betty G. — Acworth Lacour, Florence O — Atlanta Lamb, Robert L.— Griffin Land, Charlotte P Landers, Clarence . Jr — Lindale Law, Alice T — Atlanta Lawler, Rebt Lawrence, James A Lawrence, 1 Lazar Lebey. Clifford S , ! LeCraw, Anne V — Atlanta Ledbetter, Ann — Norwood Lee, Claude Leotis. Ccndi i 11 CLASS F 19 5 V ti u A •» «. - 1 ' ; ' ■ i o j j.i 3 K 9- £ WkM Z FRESH E N Levy. Harold J. — Atlanta Lester, Maude C. — Daytona Beach. Fla. Lester. Quilllan F. — Athens Lewis, Eli S., Jr. — Dawson Lewis. George E.— Sparta Lichtenstein, Morris — Atlanta Lilly. Laura B. — Athens Linch. Robert O. — McDonough Lmdsey, William H — Atlanta Lippmcott, William C— Red Bank, N. J. Lloyd, Clarence P. — Hiawassee Lovell, Margaret H — Sandersville Lovingood, Raymond M — Daltcn Loworn, Virginia C — Atlanta Lowe. Victor L. — Watkinsville Luke. Douglas M — Augusta ire. William W — Ross. McCollum, Robert H — Aragcn McCrary. Lewis L — Molena McCurry, Pete A — Savannah McDaniel. William T — Louisville McDonald. Ellen C— Atlanta McCinnis. LaMar S — Athens Mclntyre. B. W , Jr.— Atlanta McKelvey, Charles C. Jr — Mableton McKew, Jane — Rockmart McKinney, Marcia — Atlanta McNeel, Harry H. — Marietta McMullan. Horace A — Hartwell McNeel, Morgan L.. Ill — Marietta McRae. Hugh M , Jr — Rockmart McWilliams. Robert L — Summerville Mabaffey, JethroC — Blairsville Maguire. Grace — New York, N. Y. Majors, Frank A — Claxton Malcolm, Julian K — Good Hope Malone, Harry C . Jr. — Atlanta Malone, John D — Monticello Lewis, James R. — Decatur Lewis, Richard E. — LaGrange Lewis, Robert S. — Augusta Lewis. Sara V. — Atlanta Lewis, Toombs D. — Greensboro Lewis, William T. — Fairburn Logan, Elizabeth J. — Athens Loomis. Evangeline H. — Athens Loef, Theresa A. — Athens Looper, Harry S., Jr. — Dalton Lord. Robert E. — Bogart Lunday, Robert H, — Culloden Luttrell. Sally— Atlanta Lynch. LeoC. — Atlanta Lyons. Robert E — Summerville McCain, Joyce — Decatur McClure, Jean — Atlanta McDougall, Modena M — Atlanta McElhannon. John C — Campton McEntire, James F. — Chatsworth McGarity, Georgia E. — Dallas McGehee. Janet I. — Waverly Hall McKmnon, Gilliam B , Jr — Martinez McLain, Margaret W. — Hull McLendon, Bessie L. — Washington McLendon. Clifford R. — Columbus McLeod. John A., Jr.— Myrtle Beach, S. C. McLeroy, Mary L. — Bogart MacMillan, Thomas D. — Augusta Maddox. Samuel G, Jr. — Blakely Maddox. Lemuel — Cordele Madry. Charles C. — Atlanta Maguire, George B. — Atlanta Mankin, Carl B. — Griffin Manning, Dabney — Atlanta Manning. Johnny C. — St. Petersburg, Fla. Manning, Ray — St. Petersburg, Fla. Marler, Allene — Atl anta Marshall, Roscoe F. — Nicholsville V. ' .I Martin. Alexander B. — Barner Martin, Alton L. — Shady Dale Martin, Hoyt — Wrightsville Martin. Jackie — Atlanta Martin, Wanda J. — Atlanta Martin. William L. — Chatsworth Mattison. Marian M. — Atlanta Maxwell, Doyle — Commerce Maxwell, Isaac A — Columbus May, Roy E. — Atlanta Mayes. Barbara A. — Fitgzerald McGowan, Mary A. — Athens Maslow, Arthur F. — New Yorl Mason. John H , )r. — Homer Mason. Walter C — LaFayette Matthews. Thomas A. — Lincolnton Mayton, Mary J — Hapeville Meadows, Carl L — Savannah Meadows, Murray C — Columbus Melton. Walter R— Athens Mendel, Jerome M — Atlanta Mercer, James P. — Donovan CLASS F 19 5 QX1 oo mQ f k f J A f Q. Ok O I ? £ FRESHMEN llanta ah H — Athens . jsta Milhollin, Charles M — Rome Augusta ; . Joe C. — C ell, Pauline F. — Thoma ' .alter H. — Columbus hem, George W.— Monroe Ray L. — Tifton Nevel W.— AtU Moody, Dan C . Jr. — Cornelia ! enlon, S C y, Vera H. — Sylvania Moore, Charles — Atlanta ' . ' ■ re, Elaine F. — Perry Miller, Edwin A — Lawrence, N. Y. Miller. Irwin C • — Lawrence, N. Y. Miller, Thomas W — Augusta Miller, William F. — Barnesville Mines, Robert E. — Cartersville M ' nter, Julian J — Eastman Mizell, Harold L —Atlanta Moate, Mary L — Devereux Mobley, Gwinn N — Thomasville Mobley, James W — Statham Mock, Clara B— Atlanta Moore, Emily A. — Macon Moore. |ohn W— College Park Moore, Milton B — Comer Moore. Oscar B., J r —Greensboro Moore, Robert S — East Point Moore. Zell M — Macon ind, Sara R. — East Point ■ anta Morgan, Geneva C. — LaGrange Morgan, Harold A. — Hillsboro Morgan, Paul, Jr. — Blackshear Richard B — Brunswick Murray, Milton H. — Athens William N — Waycross Naismith, Jean A— Savannah Nee, John T., Jr. — Atlanta -hrabeth A— Atlanta Neville. Julian W. — Rabun Gap Nicholson, Robert N — Athens •. George A— Atlanta -Atlanta •ijnta ton Donough inta O ' Kellc-y, Sara F — Newnan . Joseph D. — Savannah Morrow, Charles E — Flowery Branch Move, Victor C — Dublin Munson, Raymond F. — Port Henry, N Y. Murdock, Elbert C , Jr — Rome Murphey, Pat — Atlanta Nelson. Robert B. — Thomaston Nesmith, Donald W. — Moultrie New. Cora Ann — Athens Newman. Guinna L — Blue Ridge Newton, Catherine E — Halcyon Dale Newton. Will H . Jr - Griffin Nunnally. Lewis G — Bogart Oates, Dorothy P.— Brunswick O ' Brien, Clinton C — Dublin O ' Brien, Thomas D — Lakeland Odom, James C —Waynesboro O ' Neal. V Orr, Bluford L — Columbus Orr. Caroline M — Atlanta Owen, Iris L --Macon Owens. Mar. Ozmer, Joseph W — Atlanta ■lanta Paller. Gerald ) mta Parham. Ja-: ' well r, Margie B — Lyons ! 1 Patrick, Bert E , Jr —Winder Paul, Edward D — Carl Ion Paul, Peggy C — Albany Pause, Barbara E — Atlanta Payne, John B — Danielsville rP CLASS F a 1 9 I ) 40± " 0 - i .4 s ■ i ; f _ ' J FRESHMEN • — Atlanta ' " anta ' . ' aeon • hell I — Cnffin L — Donals bert am C — M: ■ ■ anta Phillips, Barry W— Valdosta Thomas W — Ellijay Pittard. Harold F— Bolton Elizabeth A - -College Park Donald D Bernard M — Savannah Salvador ) — Brunswick ;s, Herman E — Morris Station College Park jllege Park Proctor, Rabun C — Br ■ herald Fitzgerald Pugh, R asville Atlanta Howell C Glen Lyon. Pa Reddid Wentworth Reddir ' — Odum Hayward J — Cartecay ! oro • i -Salem, Dewy Rose C. mnah N C Pendergrass, ). C — Athens Penland. William A— Elhjay Pendley. lames V. Winder Perdue. Martha V — Hephzibah Perdue, Rhodes L —Atlanta Phillips. Dallas L — Athens Phillips, George R — Atlanta Phillips, Leon, Jr — Soperton Pierce, James L — Waverly Hall Pilkenton, Peggy A — Molena Polk, Mary A— Atlanta Pollock, Rosalyn — Macon Pool, Beverly — Wrightsville Pool, Thomas W., |r — Reynolds Pope, Cadesman C , Jr. — Macon Porter, Charlotte A— East Point Prat her, James W. — Vanna Presley, Charles B — Chatsworth Price, Leila V. — Griffin Pndgen, George R. — Waycross Prince, Molly L. — Athens Putman, Franklin E. — Brooks Quigg, Virginia G. — Rome Quillian. Alfred A — Winder Qumn, William L — Cartersville Randolph, Courtney E — Clayton Rast, William W— Quitman Reese, Walter P. — Hendersonville. N Reeves, Joseph L —Savannah Reid. Robert H .— Rochelle Reid. William A — Warm Springs Rheney, Frederick A — Wadley Richards, Thomas E — Augusta l.ndersonville, Riggs, Freda i Ohio Ringler, St Roberts, Chai on, Thomas E., |i ■ impa, Fla Romm ' .inla mta Samn Sand ' : rtwell N. C. CLASS F 19 5 L % %JL SI . %% $ iml h i ' ) •! - 1 FRESHMEN Sanders, Riley C. — Gr I Sanders, Robert 0.. )r. — Macon Sanders, Vida E. — Thorr Satterv. n — Decatur Sawyer, Gerald B — Atlanta z, Clarence R. — Athens Schwettmann, Barbara A. — Decatur Schwob, Henry — Columbus Scott, John D. — Augusta Scott. Robert H — Atlanta Seaburn, William ) — Atlanta Seligman, Pearl — Claxton Sellers. Robert L. — Eflijay Sellman, Mary Ann — Dearb • Semple, Edward L, Jr. — Coral Cables, Fla Sessoms, Eva E. — Savannah Sherman, Vivian A — Atlanta Shields, Horace H, Jr. — Augusta . Ann — Atlanta da — Rome Shoemaker, C. B. — Lexington, Mass. Short, Carl M.— Winder Simonton, Pierce C. — Statham Simpson, Walton R. — Kingsland Simpson, William A — Athens Sims, William M — Atlanta Singleton, Edward B — Atlanta Cairo Saxon, Edd R — Farmington Scales. Aubrey T. — Hartwell Scarborougi anta Scharnitzky, EmileO, |i Schneider, Millicent ) — Atlanta Seagraves, Sara A — Athens Seay, Madelyn S — Cre Segars, Benr merce Segars, Charles H. — Jefferson Seiz, Emil C — Atlanta Seymour, Bobbie C — Bowman Shealy. Dorothy A —Macon Sheffield, Shirley J — Kingsland Shell, William F— Rome Shepherd, Carter — Madison Shepherd, Martha ) — Athens Short, Henry T., Jr — Winder Silverman, Allan H — Brooklyn. N Y. Simmons, Frank, Jr. — Register Simms, Phyllis A.— Atlanta Simons, Ralph J — Thomson Siskind, Melvin — Valdosta Sisson, Donald L — McCaysville Skelton, John L — Marietta Sligh, Martha A. — Athens Smalley, Robert H , Jr. — Elberton Smith, Arthur C— Athens Billy M. — Wrens Smith. Boyd R. — Toccoa Smith, Charles C — Athens Smith, Claude B , Jr. — Manchester Smith, Cornc -Washington Smith, Dewey — Bowdon Junction Smith. Joy E. — Atlanta -Thomaslon •I, Mary A. — Decatur Smith, Racy H. — Lincolnton Mo Snowden, J aid elia n. Cordon L — Athens Columbus -Atlanta irg, Sara I — Augusta Smith. Edward M — Sharpsburg Smith, Eugene L — Atlanta Smith, Franklin I --Brui Smith, George B — LaCrange Smith, Jeanne E — Haines City. Fla Smith, Robert K- -Atlanta is S .— Carrollton .Villiam M— Re i t Villiam O— Chatsworth Snead, Charles B dy Stan mta oro . ' ernon R — Roopville Zollege Park J: CLASS F 19 5 V 1 jL % " SL i k M tJ L __ F R E S H M Stephens : Stevens, Betty — Atlanta Stevens. Joe A — C jrt. Alfred . anta ' . Bobbie M — Athens Stipe. Johnny— Savannah Rome Stokely, Meral F — Augusta Stone. Horace — Hoschton Stone. Ruby M —Hoschton Story. William F. — Waynesboro Stnblmg, Mary Virginia— St. Simons ton C — Hortense Stroud. Ernest L — LaCrange Stroud. George R — Swamsboro • James, Jr— Savannah Sutter, Kenny D. — Norcross Sutton, Gerald W. — Athens Sutton, William A — Athens John H. — Columbus Sykes, Jack E — Thomasville Talbotf, Thomas M— Orlando, Fla. Teasley. John I — Athens Tendnch. Evelyn B — Atlanta Terrell. Charlotte I —Atlanta Thaxton. Rollin L — Lexington Thomas. Edwin A — Alma Thomas. William H — Farmmgton Thomas. William R — M Thomas. William R —Thomasville Thomason, Ann M — Madison Thomason, Joe T. — Elberley Thompson, Alber aston ' ton. Thorn iia d. Harold ' ons. Sarnu Iman, Ruby E— Macon born ilia " aranac. I Varned irt, Dona ' d L — Ochlocl art, James C — Ochlochnee ■ Carl H . Jr— Atlanta .Vaycross Stinchcomb, Edwin, Jr — Greshamville Stipe. Billy E Stovall, James B — Waycross • anta -Warrenton Stowe. Cha ' lartin Striblmg, M Jeanne — Atlanta Stubbs, Francis S , Jr — Douglas Sturges, Lonnie C — Columbus Sullivan, William C — McCaysville Summer. George S — Newnan Summer. Elizabeth — Rome Summers; Oscar H — Corlele Taylor, Ann A —College Park Taylor, Elizabeth F — Cochran Taylor, Robert S — Blue Ridge Taylor, Wallace A — Elberton Teague. Marjorie L — Nelson Thomas. Grady L — Bogart Thomas. Herman L — Danielsville Thomas. Jamas H — Farmingtcn Thomas, Martha ) — Jonesboro Thomas, Nathan C — C Thomas, Owens B — Hapeville Thompson, Elizabeth A— Moultrie Thompson, George— jesup Thompson, Judson M — Waynesboro Thompson, Robert A— Hephzibah Thompson, Thomas H —Atlanta Tingle, Elinor M. — Hapeville Tomme. Robert S— LaCrange irila Trapnell. Edgar P. — Augusta ■ r. Ralph M — Duluth . ton ■ . inville - VocaliS, Lambros C— Atlanta anta Wachtel. Arthur r v - c CLASS F 19 5 iJ i JhiiL L Til mm ft, o K ; t i 210 FRESHMEN A adde Tl ma • ' • Thomaston ■?s W — Newnan ' thens or. Robert B — Atlanta Walden, Merrill E — Wrens oung Harris n M— New York, N Y. r, Thomas G— Atlanta Walker, William R — Atlanta Wallace, B. inta Macon Walton. Mar . -Elberton Warncck. Robert H —Decatur Webb. Baxter— Atlanta Webb. Thaxter— Atlanta Webb, Martha L— Marietta Savannah rg, Sarah F — Hapeville ,. Robert P Morengad, Ky. ' any rooks. Nelson C •iens Whatley. William H —Reynolds Wheeler, Gene S — Athens .. Weldon B— Osierfield .v, Frank S — Carnesville , . Dorothea E — Athens er, David M — Augusta Charles O --Atlanta s. Barbara E —Winder :i)on • ;ham jnta ' Tampa. Fla. •hens wnan Warren, German L Waters. Henry F — LaF,i Watson, Verlon S — Swa Branch Weaver, Wendell W. — Rome Weiser, Hal — Savannah Weldon, Marinelle — Milner Wellborn, Charles G — Decatur Wellborn. Mary K — Re . Wells, )uamta L — Atlanta Wells, Sara J.— Athens White. Henry E — Chicopee White, James R— Sylvester Whitehead, Stuart L— St Elmo, Tenn. Whiting. James C — Oakwood Whatley. Ina A. — Decatur Wilbanks, John L. — Anmston. Ala Wilkes, Mary E — Danielsville Wilkes. Nathan C . Jr Lmcoln ' on Wilkie, James R— Griffin Wilkins, Lewis H ista Wilkinson, Billie I. — Iron City Willis, Lewis W—Tifton Wilson. Arthur ( Wilson. Bett A Atlanta Wilson, Ge | Wilsc ' I Shirley A r Wommack. Jean- Dc Woo, Evelyi ' Woo 1 -iens Wood. 1 ■ Young. William A Mania Martha B Zellner, Billy P orman, Ar " ' anta b A ? CLASS F 19 5 ' 1 4 I LAW VETERINARY SPECIAL G RADU ATE CADET NURSES LAW SCHOOL SENIORS Brock. Pope F |r Atlanta Cohen. Gilbert Atlanta Gardner. B. C. |r Camilla Henson. Kenneth M. Coral Gables. Fla. Hollingsworth Harold W Sylvania Langrord, James B Calhoun Mitchell. Bobby B. Musclla Moblcy. John H. leffcrson NO PICTURE Clanton Martin Athens Davison. Thomas Columbus Reynolds. Bob Albany Whatlcy. Kiscr E. LaGrangc Moore, lames A. Hagan Paschal Henry T Atlanta Solms William Savannah Stanley William K |r Macon Trulock Gordon Whigham JUNIORS Bcclcr. Anne Toledo, Ohio Bennett, |csse ). Winder Campbell. Mary L. Tifton Carr. Santord P.. Jr. Dalton Cheatham, Frank S.. Jr. Savannah DcLay. lames C. AHanta Drew. Lionel E. Oncco. Fla. Forrester. Whitfield R Cordelc 3| Q Q f) Gardner Sam )., Jr. Savannah Hamilton Frank E |r Atlanta Harris. Wendell V Athens Hester Frank B Decatur Hill |ohn L Dawson Howard. Thomas L |r Ludowici Kcllar. Ernest Marietta Kimbrcll Charles A. Augusta Leach. Dempscy W Conycrs Lokcy. Charles M Atlanta Malcolm Owen H Social Circle McCaulcy Richard R Atlanta McCravey Mary A Bailey McGowan lames D. Metier Mitchell. Douglas W Dalton Mozlcy, Hi |r Athens Myers, lames F. Amcricus Ncal. Henry C Atlanta Newbcrn. Icfferson Valdosta Patterson. |oe W. Macon Pcnland. Thomas C Blalrsvlllc Preston. William L. Monroe Sanders. Carl E. Augusta Simpson, |ohn T. Norcross . ' J» «L I It ' Slocumb. Billy B. Docrun Smith, Ceorge T. Camilla Taylor, Walter E„ |r. Cuthbert Tillctt Boone D Jr Lake Wales Flo Valcri. Richard A LaGrangc Watkins, Richard W . |r. lackson Whittle Eleanor I Whittle loscph A Savannah Brunswick o la Wilkes ludson S |r Adel Williams. Beatrice Crawlordvillc Williams. Francis M. Fort Valley Williams Ralph R Crawfordvillc Wilson. Leon A. Waycross FRESHMEN Allen. Francis W — Statesboro Anderson. Arnold B — Statesbcrc Black. Eugene C — The Reck Branch. Thomas A . Ill— Decatur Bruckner, Albert R . |r —Athens Carr. Richard D., Ill — Thomasville Carroll, Troy L, |r — Alpharetta Carson, Marion A — Lycns Carter, William O— Hartwell Cawthon. Phil R. — Toccoa Chambers, Richard L — Augusta Clark. Charlton E— Brunswick Crawley, Harry A — Thcmastcn Crow, Harold M — Talmo Darden. William H — Unicn Pcint Davis. Blake E — Montgomery, Ala DeLoach. Harry R — Claxton DeRcse. Leonard M — Athens Dickens. Cordon L . |r — Sparta Dillard. Thelma E —Hartwell Dukes. William W — Gibscn Frankum. Stephen D — Clarkesville Ceer. William D — Augusta Gibbons. William J — Hahira Graham. Frank A , |r — Dawson Greer. Furman N . |r — Gainesville Griffin, John L — Cordele Griffis, Virgil D— Athens Hagler. Gould B —Augusts ) i ' Hammond. James T , III — Atlanta Hart, Cordon L — Savannah Honea, Thomas A — Thomasville Hopkins, William S — Brunswick Howard, James W —Cochran Huckeba, George B — Bowdon Hutcheson, Thomas A — Wnghtsville Jackson, Ralph O , Jr — Rockmart i 3 Jett. Arthur B — Ell.jay Kelly, Lawrence B — Athens Kidd. William T , Jr— Richmond, Va Knight, John S — Columbus Lavender, Woodrow W. — Bowman MacDougald, Dan. Jr — Atlanta McAlpin, Kirk M — Savannah McGahee, Jack E —Augusta McKibben, Leonard O— Buchanan McLendon, Melburne D — Atlanta McMahon, Robert L — Tallulah Falls McNeill. John W— Cairo Marshall. Thomas O . Jr — Americus ilton hy, Harold L — Felton . . Thomas B — Bremen NcSmith. Al N -Cochran Nelson, Roy L — Milledgeville Or. Wilbur A — Rayle Pittman, Clarence W — Athens Pitts. James H. Jr— Cordele Prince, Robert A —Athens Puckett. Henry D — Buford Ray. Eail — Clarkesville Richardscn. Willis I . )r --Savannah Rogers. John W — Decatur Rountree. William E — Swainsboro -Toccoa Schoob ' -Savannah Short. |ack — Doerun Smith. Oscar M — Valdosta S ' atham, Robert E . |r — Athens Stephens, Nelson B — Cedartown Sterne. Edwin L. — Albany Stowart. Theodore M — Athens Sluckey. Loretta L — Brunswick Tanner. Rot Baldwin, Fla Tate. Sam — Tate Taylor. Sidney ) — Davisboro Thcrntcn. Douglas W. — Atlanta Watson. James T — Waycrcss Wheeler. George F —East Point tiens Wllki Yarbrough, Caesar A . Jr — Macon Young. Robert C —College Park o itji CQ •- X . o c -c ■ • o c •o k o 13 c o •S s Ji 3 S ° " E -Q i . c £ c a. SAM GARDNER o o VI V X a £1 o •- H ■ irt .- 3 -C C a. o E ex V E o o e o JZ Q. O Q. Q. X o Z ■o a Z NED STEPHENS 3 - - ( T3 C O o I ° E r, O " o i ? -§ ■ ?2 x| y «- «7 C V v " QJ X c a w " J: o u . o O) O FRANK MYERS 3 1S 3 £ 4 HAROLD HOLLINGSWORTH FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS (top left) Henry Neol (center) President Wilbur Orr (left) Vice-President Owen Molcom (right) Sec.-Trcs. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS (top right) Wallace Morgan (left) President George Smith (right) Vice-President Anne Beeler (center) Sec.-Trcs. Five students of the Lumpkin Law School are sworn in to the Georgia Bar. LAW SCHOOL HONOR COURT (bottom right) Hjrold Hollingsworth (center seated) Chief Justice Billy Solms Heft seated) Senior Honor Court Bob Reynolds (right seated) Senior Honor Court (Standing, right to left) Joe Whittle Junior Honor Court Tom Howard ... ... Junior Honor Court Oscar Smith Freshman Honor Court Lee Dickens Freshman Honor Court SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS K. Stonlcy (left) President Turner Paschal (center) Vice-President Beverly Longford (right) Sec.-Trcs. Veteri nary Bell, Donovan B , Jr.— Orangeburg. S C Bryson, James T. — Washington Cook, Walter G— Clarkesville Crimmms, Laurence T. — Macon Darbyshire, Qumcy L — Moultrie Davis. Calvin M — Wrightsville Dormmy. Arthur L — Enigma Drake, Roscoe L — Collins Dye. Obe D , Jr — Colbert Godwin, Alton S — Sylvester Grubbs. Clarence B — Barnesville Hardy, Lollis H— Atlanta Henry, Gaynor W — Ashburn Herring, John G. Jr — Lawrenceville Hightower, Deward E — Reynolds Hilliard. Byron F. — Canon Hinson, Lois E. — Hazlehurst Leard, Lecel T — Hartwell Leonard. Charles W— Dal ton Lord, James C. — Dudley Lott. Robert L— Hoschton McConnell, Edward L. — Clarkesville McNeill, Charles N .— Amencus Mercer, J. T. — Donovan Palmer, Jack R — Camilla Reagan, Clyde M — Claxton Roberts, Martin P.— Ball Ground Shannon, Robert O — G Smith, Felix M — Cordele Smith. William V —East Point Thomas. John B — De 1 Thomas, Walter G — Calvary Thompson, Philip H . Jr Augusta Tuttle, Jack Watson, William H , Jr- Athens Williams. Charlie L — Whigham Wincey. Charles W.— Atlanta Pre-Veterina ry Atkinson, Robert E —Bishop Aycock, William J — Monroe Casey, Virgil L , |r — Columbus Cates, David E — Atlanta Clack, Gene L — Auburn Clay, Reggie D - Austell Coppmger. Albert R — Moult ' Davis. Kirk H , Jr — Clarksville Elmburg, William H , jr. — Buford Garland, Edward H —Lakeland, Fla. Gottlieb, Alan D — Savannah Greenig. Charles A — Decatur Greenway, Wiley J . Jr — Chamblee Hawk. James M — Springfield Holtzendorf, Harold L — Atlanta Johnson. Dewitt — Crawfordville Knapp, William A — Atlanta Lee. Charles E — Dawson Lee. Darwm H. — Metter Manley, Marion T — Griffin Martin. Cecil N — Elberton Mason, Raymond H — Swainsboro Mitchell. Doyle S— Colbert Morgan. Jackson — Cave Spring Mundy. Charles D— Jonesbo ro Myers, Frederick—Marietta Ragan. James H — Thomasville Sharpe, Shelton E . Jr — Ellenton Shealy. James K — Franklin Springs Smith, James F -Thomasville Smith. Willie— Winder Sutton, Baker N — Norman Park Swmt, Willis C. — Jonesboro Thoreson. Bernard W — Athens Thornton. Carey W . Jr — LaGrange Waters. William J —Savannah SPECIAL STUDENTS Ball, Eve ' yn R — Pmeview Brannon, James H — Columbus Coffee, Lawrence W — Eastman Dean, Roy M — Aliceville. Ala English. Elizabeth S — Sandersville Fears, Harold K — Madison Flanigen, Barrington, Jr — Athens Forrester, Jo — Atlanta Gentry. Clyde C , )r. — Rome Cordon. Hugh N — Watkinsville Hirsch, Raymond — Atlanta lordon. Jesse M. — Leary Lee. Robert E — Athens McKinney. Douglas C. — Thomaston Phillips. Henry H — Royston Poss, Allen D— Athens Quillen. Stanford E — Waynesboro, Va. Trap, Georgia I. — Macon .;ham, Frederick G — Augusta Winge, Revenal E — Waycross Womack, Anita S — Athens Woolen, Margaret C — Hazlehurst G RADU ATE Allison. Howard T — Gainesville Altman. Landy B . Jr— Raleigh. N C Anderson. Ruth E —Register Aronson. Robert I — Brooklyn. N Y. Barrow. Phyllis J —Athens Beaver. Lucile E — Gainesville Bennett. Caroline B — Gay Beutell. |oe M . Jr— Sea Island Black. Homer A — Cartersville Bradbury, Malcom J .— Bogart Brinson. Glen T. — Wrightsville Bnnson. Mary W — Wrightsville Brown. |ames N — Hiawassee Brcwne, Louis D — Augusta Butler. Patricia A — Miami. Fla Caddell. Hubert M —Hoffman. N C Carter. Mary D — Coral Gables. Fla Champion. |ohn E — Chipley Claxton. Emily H — Cochran Coleman. Elizabeth N — Nicholson Cox. Christine — Cordele Crowder, Loy V — Athens Darby. Lee H — Vidalia Davidson, Claude, Jr — LaGrange Davisson, Robert W — Harlem Dempsey. Alvin A — Watkinsville Dowdy, John D — Commerce Drake. George L — Tifton Drewry, (ones M — Athens Dyer. Irwin A — Athens Eby, Cleveland P. — Hogansville Edwards. Walter — Macon Edwards. Thomas R — Greensboro Emberson, John A — Ringgold Enneis. James M — Sylvama Everett, Reaunette — Waycross Frey. |ohn — Atlanta Fricks, Ben. Jr — Toccoa Carson. Helen P. — Washington. D. C Cay. Charles B — Athens Cober, Henry F., Jr. — Cainesville Cordon. Robert S — Watkinsville Green, Therman W. — Lawrenceville Criner, Betty D — Savannah Groover, John T , Jr.— Thomasville Hagler, |ohn C , III — Augusta Hargreaves, Leon A , Jr — Pearson Hawkins, George E — Atlanta Henry, Charles L — Athens Henry, Dorothy L — Augusta Henry, Guider F. — Athens Hodgson. Peg W. — Athens Howard, Gva L — Barnesville Huckaby, Jack ) — Griffm Jackson, Mary A. — Rockmart Jennings. George W. — Valdosta Johnson, Willis, Jr.— West Point Joiner, Virgil L. — Ringgold King, William B— Forsyth Kitchens, Arthur E . Jr —Macon Klein. Albert. Jr — Pensacola. Fla Loudermilk. Gladys E — Athens Lee. Quentin S. — Athens Lovell, S D — Corryton, Tenn. Lynch, Hilton M — Griffin Maddox. Kliber C —Gainesville McCall, Muriel B — Hapeville McGlomery. Josephine B — Chipley McMahon, Joseph P., Jr— Athens Mahan, Joseph B , Jr — Rydal Marlow. Elma H — Pensacola, Fla Martin, James E — Waynesboro Miller, William S—Plamville Moore, William F , Jr — Buford Morgan, Herbert L — Knoxvilli Morgan, James A. — Douglas Morris. Charles C — Bowdon Mote. Harold — Acworth -Sale City Parkman, Sammie B — Doerun Porterfield. William -Comer LeeO, jr.— Athens Purcell, Noel — Oarkesville Parr. Olan D— Athens Quigley. Mary C — Atlanta Royal. Robert L — Sycamore Ruark. Carlton -Bostv. Rouse, Roy D — Andersonville Scarborough. Barron — Comer Sellers. Ruby L —Atlanta " an e B — A: Sirmans. James ) — Waycross Smith. Susan C — Athens Spinks. Daniel O — Tifton Steward. Fluker C — Atlanta Stiles. Leason B — Blue Ridge ' -hens Summer. Sibyl — Newnan Sung. Robin— Hankow, China Teasley, Elizabeth M — Hartwell Thomason, John H — Macon Toccoa Tobias, Joseph — Athens I Wallace, lames ) . Wallace. I ' ' ledgeville Wallace. Wilmer W - O Gk AM t - ■ D tfh VI 9 Wehunt, Ralph L --Athens Whitley. Sam D —High Point. N. C. Williams, James E — Athens Womack, James C — Athens fcepartttieht c tfurJ hg Ccfucatioh UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL MR LEON HICKERNELL Director MR CUY MERRY (. ' hah man — Hospital A ulhority •miik University of Georgia Student Surses at University Hospital I in iillv — liarrett School of Xursinc, University Hospital, Aueusta department off ffufj ha Ctfucatich UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA NURSING SCHOOL PHJ.BE m. kandel Graduate Registered Nurses at the University of (leorgia MARY FRANCES WARD BARBARA HAVILAND Some of the Basic Student .Yin r is, Uuiversity ' Georgia amd Rnrrett School nl Smrsiug, I irifi i titj Hasfttai Hospitals: Piedmont (, •• -ia Httptist Crawford W. Long Faculty Meeting — University of Georgia Centralized Nurse Teaching Program— Atlanta. ( hemistry Sutrttiou unA Food Preparation tfto ■ n Thrrapy rri m e 1 m lihfc ft HOME COMING 50,000 swamp Athens for the Homecoming game and the stu- dents enjoy a weekend of festivities. Fraternities and sororities decorate and ATO wins for the best demonstration of how the Bull- dogs will stop the Alabama team. Charlotte Lester is named Miss Homecoming and George Paxton leads the band for the dances, with Rosemary Calvin doing the vocols. The Interfraternity Council and GOP have their annual lead-out; and the class rooms are vacated for the next three days while students recover. FALL QUARTER Fall quarter ' s schedule was filled and over flowing with football games, dances (Homecoming and Freddie Slack on the weekend of the Tech game heading the list). Stunt Night, Sigma Chi Derby, Milk Maid contest. Pandora Beauty Revue, fraternity and non-fraternity functions, club meeting, classes, and a trip on the weekend occa- sionally. A few found time to loaf and still fewer visited the library to browse through some books. fieautif @ei)ieu C u u » " Cr» P H lt SPONSORED BY CANDLER HALL 4 Sue StcufH SPONSORED BY ALPHA OMICRON PI Jfoy (IliUtowth SPONSORED BY PHI MU ftartka Hen SPONSORED BY KAPPA ALPHA THETA . -V Jane Jriee SPONSORED BY MILLEDGE Julia Ome SPONSORED BY SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON n Pat Turner SPONSORED BY MILLER HALL I Charbtte letter SPONSORED BY LAMBDA CHI ALPHA MILDRED CARPENTER sponsored by Sigma A u CAROL THOMAS by Pi k ' up ii A I film BETTY BIRD FOY by Chi Phi ANNETTE HARRIS by I film l:fisili )i Pi HARRIET HALPRIN by Delta Phi Epsilon FRANCES JOINER by Bradwell Hall GLORIA LAZEAR by Phi Epsilon Pi Left to right; DOT FOWLER sponsored by 1 Iplm Delta I ' i MARY THARPE by 1 Ifihu a a in mo Delta MARGARET ANN HEATON by Kappa Delta ROSLYN BLANCHE by an Epsilon Phi MARY VIRGINIA STRIBLING by Phi Delta Tlieta MARY CLINE by Delta Tan Delta MARTHA ANNA CHRISTIAN by Clark Howell Dormitory DOT FECHTEL sponsored by Delta Delta Delta LOUISE SHARP by Lucy Cobb Dormitory BARBARA BENNETT by Soule Hall ANN WARREN by Senior Hall ANITA HODGES by (.D.r. DOTTIE MOORE by Gilbert Hotel SUSIE MILLER sponsored by A « Sigma NAN RICDON by Chi Omega MAR|ORIE DAVIS by Pi Beta Phi PAT MERRILL by Joe Brown Dormitory LULYANNE SEICLER by Mary l.yntliiii Hull BETTY WILLIAMS by llf li(i Tint Omega ANN SHIVERS sponsored by Gilmer Hall |EAN KIMBERLY by Old College Dormitory JOY SMITH by P.O.W. GRACE ROBERTS ' ' I H by Crawford .««(. ' Dormitory MARY LOIS CAMPBELL j by if f»i Alpha LUCY HILL :■ by Rutherford Hull . «T Hi; GRACE TOOL sponsored by Chi Psi JANE DICKINSON by Sis ' iiiii (. ' hi JEANNE CURTIS by Camp Wilkens LENA MAXEY by I Iphn Chi Omega JAMIELEE COPELAND by " innie Davis Dormitory .. - •G7 XT7 Georgia inaugurated its first annual Radio Institute November 21 with the presentation of America ' s Town Meeting of the Air, broadcast from the Fine Arts Audi- torium. Dr. Geo rge V. Denny, Jr., founder and moder- ator of Town Meeting, presided. Feature speakers were Governor Ellis Arnall and U. S. Senator Owen Brewster. They were assisted by James L. Wick, author and economist, and Joseph Borkin, former attorney with the U. S. Department of Justice. the UNIVERSITY ' S MUSIC MAESTRO ftr. Huqb He 4$ A Mr. Hodgson plays for the students Mr Hodgson accompanies Mr Henry Soplun. violinist and director of the Atlanta Youth Symphony Orchestra, at one ot the Weekly Music Appreciation Hours Mr Hugh, as he is known by the students, has devoted his time and talents to bring entertainment and education musically to the University students and the townspeople of Athens. Seventeen years ago he inaugurated a weekly music appreciation hour at the University to acquaint the students with the music masters and their works in a delightful way Since that time his Thursday evening programs have grown in appeal and in fruitful results The varied programs consisting of selections by Mr. Hugh and the staff and members of the Unive r music department as well as outstanding musicians throughout the state, have been applauded by large crowds of the students Also Mr Hugh is responsible for the bringing to the Univt such outstanding artists as the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Thomas L Thomas and scores of others in the annual concert series Although his time is crowded with classes, tours, concerts, and rehearsals, Mr Hugh is never too busy to admin- ister to the students ' needs for cultural entertainment and to create m them a greater understanding and appreciation of music in the higher sense of the word As a nationally known concert pianist, Mr Hugh ' s artis tic triumphs have been widely acclaimed but most apt is this comment by a New York press music critic " Mr Hodgson is an artist of great gifts and highly sensitive musicianship Possessing a brilliant technique, he makes it serve his poetic imagination and carries one away by the ease and mastery with which he interprets the music he plays " Mr Hugh has shown his devotion to the University and Georgia through his untiring efforts to give music its place in the hearts of the people, and to make the students ' stay at the University a happier one We thank you, Mr Hugh your efforts are felt and appreciated by all. tee k PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL The Pan-Hellenic Council, founded in 1922. contains two representatives from each sorority The Presidency of the organization is rotated among the sororities Foremost among the efforts of Pan-Hellenic are the formulation of sound rushing rules, the encouragement of superior scholarship, the sponsorship of intra-mural sports competition, and the creation of harmony among sororities. Christine Costello President Pat Cunningham Vice President Betty Baskin Secretary Ginky Moore Treasurer .... ' •■ ■ COUNCIL MEMBERS Representatii Marjone Foster President, Kappa Delta Christine Costello Representative Marquilla Stuc L President. Pi Beta Phi Jackie Odom . Representative Jane Spart President. Phi Mu Martha Groove Representative Flourine Could President, Delta Phi Epsilon Judy Zolkow . Representative Mary Jo Woodward. .President, Alpha Gamma Delta Nancy Hull Representative Elizabeth Irvtn President, Chi Omega Representative Barbara Adams President, Kappa Alpha Theta Laura Belle Jarvis Representative Pat Cunningham President, Delta Delta Delta Cinky Moore Representative Dot Fowler President, Alpha Delta Pi Mary Frances Anderson Representative Betty Mcllwain President, Alpha Omicron Pi Zodie Averett Representative Jane Maughan President, Alpha Chi Omega Betty Jane Parr Representative Shifra Hyman President, Sigma Delta Tau Frances Krieger Representative PRESIDENT Chrntinc Coitcllo and Scholarship Chairman Flonne Gould VICE PRESIDENT Pat Cunningham SECRETARY Betty B.nkm TREASURER Virginia Moore Alpha FOUNDED: DePauw University. 1895. FLOWER: Red Carnation. COLOR : Scarlet and Olive Creen. TENTH Sorority on Campus, BETA SIGMA Chapter Established. 1937. rnifffftfffffflflfl .-J OFFICERS Jane Maughon President Natalie Barker ... .Vice President Martha Ann Christian Secretary Jolaine Bailey Corresponding Secretary Joyce Myers Treasurer An Alpha Chi gathering: Vice President Natalie Barker, Re- cording and Corresponding Secretaries Mac Christian and |olainc Bailey, and President |ane Maughon C h i O m 9 ROLL Jean Aaron Pat Denmark Betty Glyn Kirkland . Jane Parr Norma Frances Adams Jane Deriso Amelia Knoedler Sara Ann Pi Rebecca Alfcro Gloria Ann Dixon Florance Lacour Jenidean Rountree lean Allgood Beverly Edwards Virginia Leathers Barbara Ann Schwettmann lolaine Bailey Rose Faulkner Grace Lee Nell Shuman Natalie Barker Luanne Grady |o Madden Betty Simpson Betty Beatty Susan Green Jane Mam Sue Skelton Cecelia Bowen Sara |ane Griffin Lena Maxey Ruby J ant- Honona Brennan Ruth Hambrick Jane Maxwell Ann Taylor Peggy Callahan Martha Kate Harrington Evelyn McKmley Lenora Wells Martha Anna Christian Helen Hams Ruth Mills Rosannah Wesil i Angie Claridy Frances Dawson Joiner Joyce Myers Billie Fay Wilkinson Martha Collins lean King Jo Ann Neely Jean Wommack Alpha FOUNDED Wesleyan College. 1851. FLOWER Purple Violet. COLOR Blue and White FIFTH Sorority on Campus BETA NU Chapter established, 1933 OFFICERS Dorothy Fowler President Marv Frances Anderson. . Vice President Anne Dixon Secretary Betty Moreland. . Treasurer The Rulers of Alpha Delta Pi Vice President Anderson Prcsi dent Fowler. Secretary Duon and Treasurer Moreland. £ e I t a P ROLL Frances Allen Ai i Isabelle Allen Margie Ammcns Be ' - - - ler 1 Mary Frances Andersen Dorothy Fowler Madge McChord Martha Am Mary Askew Ruth Fowler Mary Alice Means Evelyn S ' Mary Bang Phelps Fox Carolyn Mills Elizabeth 1 Hallie Ann Barber Marilyn Fudge Betty Moreland Martha Thomson Annette Becker Nan Gillespie Dorothy Owens Sally Thompson Frances Bell Martha Craves Laura Pace Pat Turner Janet Boyd Sara Creene Louise Peterson Marion Verdery Barbara Bremberry Rose Hall Mary Pittman Ada Jane Warren Jackie Carroll Ted Harrison Romesa Plampin Jackie Wells Dorothy Chapman Marion Hicks Helen Roberts Helen White Elizabeth Cheves Elizabeth Hill Dorothy Rose Mary Charles Wl Reva Ann Dame Joyce Hill Dena Roquemore Bet Winterbottom Madge David Mary Hilley Jean Rountree Harriet Woodco ck Julia Davis Ruth Johnson Betty Russell Mary Woodson Alpha FOUNDED 1901 at Syracuse Uni- versity FLOWER Red and Buff Roses COLOR Red, Buff, and Green THIRD Sorority on Cam- pus. GAMMA ALPHA Chapter Established in 1923. OFFICERS Mary Jo Woodwant President Pat Chenc . Vice President Frances Hammond 2nd Vice President Betsey Talley. Louise Woodrut ' |am session at the Alpha Gam house: Vice Presidents Ham mono 1 and Cheney. Secretary Tjllcy. Treasurer Woodruff, and President Woodward G a fit fit a b I t Mane Abell Jeanette Anderson Anna )ean Bagley Billie Baker Anne Barrett Peggy Bassing Martha Ann Besnard Katherine Blackshear Betty Jo Bonner Nancy Boxley Marilyn Britton Emily Buchner George Ann Bulfin Mary Calhoun Betty Campbell Betty Ann Carroll Marian Chaudron Pat Cheney Bobbie Cogdell lackie Cooper Jamielee Copelan Came Donald Betty Dulligan Louise Eavenscn Katherine Ann Caulden Ruth Craves Beverly Ann Cunn Frances Hammond Jean Hanson Sue Tyler Hill Nancy Hull Hallie Hutchens Janice King Lillian Lang Cecilia Lawrence Ann Estelle Maddox Sue Marsh Charmain Martin Marienne Moreland Hariette McPhaul Vera Ellen Mew Barbara Reynolds Florence Roberts Lulyanne Seigler Vickey Slaughter Betty Joyce Smith Frances Smith Eugenia Love Strickland Frances Swanson Betsey Talley Charlotte Terrell Joyce Thie Mildred Thompson Mary Thorpe Juanita Tidwell Dorothy Watson Ceraldine Weekes Eugenia Weisinger Betty Joyce Williams Louise Woodruff Mary Jo Woodward Frances Wright It m " • 1 Hr 9 iii k i " . 1 1 i - ' i • 1 Alpha FOUNDED: Barnard College, Co- lumbia University, 1897. FLOWER: Jacqueminot Rose. COLOR: Car- dinal. SEVENTH Sorority on cam- pus, LAMBDA SIGMA Chapter Established, 1935. - — OFFICERS Betty Mcllwam President Nancy Bowling Vice President Ruth Estes Recording Secretary Betty Sasseville. . .Corresponding Secretary Lynn Martin Treasurer Meeting time on Monday night: President Mcllwain. Treasurer Martin, Vice President Bowling Recording Secretary Estes. and Corresponding Secretary Sasseville o m i c i- c h P ROLL Sue Andrew Dorma Fayssoux Jean Morris Zadie Avrett Catherine Foard Modena McDougall Joanne Baker Margaret Fulton Betty Mcllwain Pat Beauchamp Mary Cartrell Marion Norns Evelyn Bird Vivian Gorman Jackie Norton Eleanor Bowers Martha Griggs Sylvia Parks Nancy Bowling Martha Harris Barbara Pause Nancy Brewster Marcile Hooks Laura Perry Milburn Brigham Pat Hudgins Barbara Radcliffe Gene Brown Mary Elizabeth Hyndman Frieda Riggs Sue Brown Marianne Hyndman Betty Sasseville Ann Burkhart Marilyn Kelly Carolyn Satterwhite Marthanne Camp Betty Kennedy Lou Slate Frances Campbell Fifi Lamas Ann Stevens Ann Copelan Charlotte Land Nell Stevens Betty Cox Gloria Land Virginia Sumner Cecile Doughty Louise Leonard Joanne Trapnell Virginia DuPree Annette Manley Betty Wallace Dee Eberhardt Frances Martin Anne Wetmore Barbara Ely Lynn Martin Kathryn Wright Ruth Estes Betty Morgan Chi FOUNDED: The University of Ark- ansas. 1895. FLOWER: White Carnation COLOR: Cardinal and Straw. SECOND Sorority on Cam- pus, MU BETA Chapter Estab- lished, 1922. OFFICERS Elizabeth I rvin President Betty Baskin Vice President Mary Flanigen Secretary Anne Puryear Treasurer All ' s right at the Chi house: Treasurer Puryear. Vice Presi- dent Baskin. President Imn. and Secretary FlaniRcn. O m e $ Belty Amis Vivian Ashford Martha Ball Mary Barnett Betty Baskin Anne Beeler Nancy Bently Mary Claire Bondurant Jayne Brooks Beth Burford Mary Lois Campbell Mildred Carpenter Marilyn Elwell Marjorie Elwell Julia Emmet Eileen Evans Mary Flanigen Frances Florence Lucy Ann Forgy Eleanor Gibson Cini Hancock Lucy Harvey Sally Hester ROLL Mary Lee Higgins Margaret Hightower Frances Hillis Nell Hodgson Charlotte Hoffman Elizabeth Irvin Barbara Johnston Charlotte Lester Maude Lester Anne McKinley Alma McWhortor Louise Mansfield Barbara Mayes Ester Miller Annette Moore Mary Cray Murray Alice Nail May Dearing Nicholson Dorothy Oates Sally Orr Anne Puryear Ellen Quarterman Virginia Quigg Susan Rice Olive Rich Nan Rigdon Bettie Rogers Janet Royce Jean Ryan Marjorie Ryan Katrina Secrest Shelly Spence Virginia Stewart Mary Virginia Stnbling Carol Thomas Dorothy Torras Anne Tweedie Jane Vickers Patricia Waltz Margaret Watt Jane Webb Leta Webb Betty Westbrook Ruth Jane Whelchel Ruth Wingate Priscilla Yancey Fritzi Yundt ;9 A t FOUNDED: Boston University in 1889. FLOWER: Pansy. COLOR: Silver, Cold. Blue. SIXTH Sorority on the Campus. OFFICERS Patricia Cunningham President Nan Thomason Vice President Mm Powell Secretary Carol McDaniel Treasurer Three operators at the Tri Delt House: Mm Powell. Pat Cun ningham. and Little Nan Thomason. fc t h e I t a ROLL I Betty Aderholt Virginia Durden Jane McKew Barbara A nderson Jerry Dwiggins Jane Middlebrooks |ane Ask in Margaret Edwards Alice Mitchell Edith Avera Jean Fambro Virginia Moore Jean Aycock Carolyn Farnell Jean O ' Neal Beverley Bacon Dot Fechtel Frances Peck June Bassett Betty Bird Foy Caroline Penuel Lucille Beaver June Hall Lucretia Penuel Opal Beck Carolyn Heery Min Powell Barbara Bennett Mary Henderson Betty Pryor Jackie Bowen Jean Henson Betty Epps Ring Frances Bryan Ora Lee Howard Ellen Sawyer Mary Ann Bryan Eleanor Ann Hunt Mary Louise So Beverly Burns Betty Lane Jackson Jane Schneider Faye Butts Jane Jcnes Louise Sharp Patty Carpenter Betty Keehan Betty Smith Nancy Chandler Thelma Jo Kerr Nancy Sorrells Ann Chivers Rebecca Lawler Martha Tereshinski Mary Cline Mary Lawrence Nancy Thomason Pat Cunningham Georgia Lewis Martha Thompson Jane Dickerson Ann Mandeville June Walton Carolyn Dozier Frances Massee Jean Wheeler He ' en Driftmier Carol McDaniel Mary Sue Wilson f C A. I t FOUNDED: Washington Square College. New York. FLOWER: Pansy. COLOR: Royal Purple and Pure Cold. EIGHTH Sorority on Campus, PSI Chapter Established in 1935. OFFICERS Florine Could President Shirley Silverstem Vice President Marjorie Adlerstein Secretary Mary Lourie Treasurer A serious bridge game at the Delta Phi Epsilon house: Treas urcr Lourie. Vice President Silvcrstcin. Secretary Adlerstein. and President Could p h c p A i I « ROLL Anne Merle Abrams Florine Gould Gerri Mattel Marjorie Adlerstein Betty Green Vivian Schoenbaum Phyllis Aronson Annette Harris Maxine Shapiro Renee Mae Bodnee Florence Halpenne Shirley Silberstein Betty Chemoff Rhoda Hornick Betty Jean Silver Eva Cohn Harriet Kahn Margaret Tepper Toby Daitch Doris Kooden Rosalie Voll Florence Dolinsky Joyce Lennett Shirlee Wald Betty Goldstein Evelyn Lewis Evelyn Wills Sylvia Goodrich Mary Lourie Claire Love Judith Zalkow 1 1 ' X a ft ft a FOUNDED: DePauw University. FLOWER: Black and Cold Pansy. COLOR: Royal Purple and Pure Cold. EIGHTH Sorority on Campus, GAMMA DELTA Chapter Estab- lished in 1936. OFFICERS Barbara Adams President Norma Tomey Vice President Martha Kerr Corresponding Secretary Jean Bowers Recording Secretary Carolyn Bexley Treasurer Vice President Norma Tomey, President Barbara Adams, and Treasurer Carolyn Bexley play a short one before lunch. A I P h 7 k e t a ROLL Barbara Ad.! Bonnie Alb ' r Ann 1 Mary Nortl Carolyn Bi ■ Am i Mary Of- Sally P Barba Shu lean B Laur .i Julia 1 Harriet Bra ' .- Martha ► Caroline Orr a Carlton Henrietta Kickhghter Mary Love Patterson |ane Chapman June Kimsey Carmen Proctor Elizabeth Chatt Lola LeO Celeste Purcell Anna Cone Virginia K ' Kathryn Riley 1 Ann Mitel Margie Seymour Mary C Helen Morn Betty Shar Elizabeth D Evelyn Moreman Junell Sp. Elizabeth de Joyce McCain Ethel Martin Stanfield Zodie de M. Georgia McGai i Strickland Leila Drake Mabel McC Louie Thomason Virginia Drake Joy McGinn Norma Tc Eda Embigh Marcia McKinney Patricia Toole Jessie Etheridge Ann McLain Madelyn Tupper Ruby Granger Ann Neisler Nancy Woodward X p p FOUNDED: Virginia State Normal School in 1897. FLOWER. White Rose. COLOR: Olive Green and Pearl White. FOURTH Sorority on Campus, SIGMA PHI Chapter ■.lished m l r . . OFFICERS f Mk Mflrjnrio FnttPr Prp ;iHpnt B jospphin RparSf V,rp Prp ;ir|pnt k£ v i I fl Kathfnnp Stdnt™ Wrptary 1 Jacqueline Queer Treasurer i H t£i f £ t fc t Jo Bearse Anne Brumby Emma Brumby Holly Brumby Pat Chastain Mary Clark Mary Cofer Dot Cone Pat Collins Christine Costello Mary Jean Crum Agnes Culpepper Roslyn Daniel Nan Davenport June Davis Julia Ann Dobson •Laura Helen Downs Marjorie Foster JuneCatlin Anne Gilbert Pat Cleason leanette Griffin RO LL Betty Griner Jean Gwynn Gail Hague Mary Harrell Katherine Harwell Rainey Harris Margaret Ann Heaton Catherine Heyman Betty Hooton Betty Jacob Carolyn Jarrett Hazel Johnson June Johnson Bette Kelly Martha Ann Kelly Sarah Kelly Margaret Lewis Skeet Meaders Polly Mitchell Frances McWhirter Joyce Parham Mary Ann Pittman Ann Pitts Catharine Pritchett Jackie Queen Eva Mae Rheney Joy Riggle Betty Sanders Frances Seckinger Sara Shields Katherine Stanton Nell Suttles Elizabeth Truitt Ruth Trulock Jimmie Verner Mary Nell White Alice Wickliffe BillieWickliffe Jo Wickliffe Virginia Wier Susanne Wilson Margaret Wood Anne Youmans Martha Zellars i k J p h FOUNDED: Wesleyan College. 1852. FLOWER: Enchantress Car- nation. COLOR: Rose and White. FIRST Sorority on Campus, ALPHA ALPHA Chapter Established, 1921 . OFFICERS |ane Sparks President Carolyn Reynolds Vice President Mary Ainsworth Secretary Anne Elliott Treasurer The Phi Mu officers talk il over: |anc Sparks. President; Caro- lyn Reynolds. Vice President; Lucy Yancey. Pledge Trainer; Mary Ainsworth. Secretary, and Anne Elliott, Treasurer. ft u ROLL Mary Amsworth Sarah Anne Bankston Ruel Barlow Anne Beck Anne Brittain Amelia Brumby Benning Burgard Frances Burpee Alice Chandler Anne Claussen Peggy Coachman Jean Conover Betty Crane Connie Davis June DeBeaugrin Tudy Dismuke Helen Eggert Anne Elliott Boiling Fortson Janet Fortson Martha Groover Jane Harris Lillius Harris Elizabeth Hjf Be (tie Hodgson Frances Hubbard Anita Johnston Carolyn Johnston Henrietta King Betty Lauthner Nell Martin Caroline May Patricia Mell Sarah Frances Morgan |an Musgrove Virginia Pekor Emily Polhill Carolyn Reynolds Tommie Jean Roberts May Sheridan Jane Sparks Betty Anne Starr Ann Thomason Kathryn Thompson Grace Toole Anne Wallace Marion West Eleanor Williams Peggy Wilson Betty Wood Hilda Wright Lucy Yancey p Seta FOUNDED: Monmouth College. FLOWER: Wine Carnation COLOR Wine and Silver Blue ELEVENTH Sorority on Campus, GEORGIA ALPHA Established, 1939. OFFICERS Marquilla Stud President Margaret Cam - ; Vice Pre Almon Recording Secretary Birchmore. .Corresponding Seo Ann Grow I leasurer The Pi Fhi wclcom.nij committee: Secretary Almon, Treasurer Crovcs. Vice President Caruthcrs. Secretary Birchmore. and President Stuckcy. p k ROLL Mazie Almon Beth Hall Jackie Odom Ann An Jane HenrJon Clara O ' Keeffe Margaret Ann Barnes Barbara Hendr Caryn Pate Margaret Sue Biggers Pat Higgins Vir Mary Birchmore Clare Isanhour Gloria Ra Nancy Bor;. Nan Betty Ann Sappington Jane Carey ' yn Lanman Bobbie Ann Schow Margaret Carrutt Joanne Ledbetter Madelyn Seay. Ann Chappell ' Jeanette Si Alice Cowart Bessie Louise McLcr Isabel Stellings Ann Crowley Mary McMillan Jeanne Stii . Mar|( Frances Massey Ann Drake Ann Miller Loretta St . Jo Ann Gentry Mullen Marquilla Stuc . Bunny C Pat Murphey Marianne Si Ann Groves Elizabeth Neel Cissie Winn n Nunnally Joanne Wright A £ifftta helta Tau FOUNDED: Cornell University in 1917. FLOWER: Tea Rose. COLOR: Cafelait and Blue. TWELFTH Sorority on Campus, ETA Chapter established in 1924, became inactive and was reinstated in 1945. OFFICERS Frances Kreiger President Frieda Scheer Vice President Sara Horovin Secretary Cladis Jay Treasurer Jf h t e r fraternity Council Kappa Alpha Thomas C. Watson Vice President Chi Psi ALPHA EPSILON PI... ALPHA GAMMA RHO. ALPHA TAU OMEGA. CHI PHI .. CHI PSI DELTA TAU DELTA. Jfhtet tatethit Council Roll . M M M.iis KAPPA ALPHA v. Fred Scott. )r PI KAPPA PHI ■ dorff Con ' . | j.Cr KAPPA SIGMA Conrad Aigocd SIGMA ALPHA EPSILOI . M H Lav. I a Nais i LAMBDA CHI ALPHA. . SIGMA CHI w c .SamGv PHI DELTA THETA. SIGMA NU. Walter CaH Charles C I u O. McClami .boneiEDr PHI EPSILON PI e R En, TAU EPSILON PHI . . . atson W A . ' . Al Saul . |im Sirmans PI KAPPA ALPHA Lee D ' ff a o n 1 1 ' - ' r% o inn pictured Alpha CpMlcH pi FACTS: Founded at New York University in 1913. . . . Omicron Chapter established in 1926 . . . 16th fraternity on the campus . . . inactive during war national Alpha Epsilon Pi Day held each year in August . . . magazine is Alpha F.psilon Pi Quarterly . colors are blue and gold . . . flower is yellow rose. Israel Fitterman . . Julius Goldstein. . Richard Kaminsky Ralph Benator. . . . Jack OFFICERS President Vice President .Recording Secretary Treasurer . .Corresponding Secretary Lclr to right (lining): Filtctman. Goldstein; standing Kaminsky. Levy. Benator. ROLL ' Solom an Abrams •Milton Lazarus •Joseph Aronoff •Richard La. " Samuel Auerbach Joseph Lesser •Leonard Bagen •Jack E. Levy David Beeber Jerome Levy •Ralph Benator Neiland Levy •Robert Blumberg ' Arthur Maslow ' Gilbert Cohen Jerry Michaels •Paul Fisch ' Edwin Miller •Israel Fitterman " Irwin Miller •Richard Forman •Monty M. Mills Joel Fryer •Harold Mizell •Donald Goldman •Gerald Paller •Julius Goldstein ' Stanley Rinzler ' Harold Goodrich ' Semen Saul ' Bob Gordon ' Stuart Schwartz A ' an Huvard ' Max Shaffer ' Richard Kaminsky Melvm Siskind Merwin Kaye ' Charles Stein •Samuel Kravtin ' Mickey Steinberg ' Harold Kreiger ;chtel " Herbert Krumbem Seymour Weiner " Thos-. Alpha (jam ma £ke FACTS Founded at Ohio State University and University of Illinois in : Alpha Eta Chapter ed in !927 seventeenth on the campus colors are green and gold n Arthur B Bond. .. Frank H Fogle. . OFFICERS ■ Seen Cha| . Correspoi Not m the m tun- V Lclr lo ruht uliini; Bond Belcher Ridley; ' standing 1 : ForIc. Lcnnard ROLL H. E. Anderson •M. H. Belcher A. B. Bond ). T. Burden H. Dempsey N. D Denny E. P. Eley •H. Eubanks •F. H. Fogle J. T. Groover L. Harden J. W. Lennard •J. C Mosely •W. W. Rast •J. W. Ridley •E. D. Sikes " D. V. Smith J. Snowc ' en D. L. Stewart W. Sutton F. E. Stancil •Those ha. the same order as the Alp ha 7au Omega FACTS: Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1865 . . . first fraternity to be established after the War Between the States ... for a time had city chapters . . . Georgia Alpha Beta established in 1878 ixth fraternity on the campus . . . publication is he Palm . . . flower is the white tea rose . . . colors sky blue and old gold. OFFICERS W. C. Holt President " Goodwin Tuck Vice President Alfred Naismith Secretary John W. Kingery Treasurer Not in the pu fur Lett to right: Kingery. Holt ROLL ' Wlllian non ' John S. Arnold •John Robert Beazley II Lecnaid ' Ferrell T. Benson Pitts Mahone " Joseph Beutell Clure William Bradley ' DonaldS. M Clare L. Bromley, Jr. am McNab •Robert 1. Browning ' Leo Mercer •Edward Caldwell, Jr. ' Lee Roy Claxton 1 Naismith ' James Cumbie ' Jean H. Naismith " Justin Davis Edward Nelson ' William S Davis .5 H. Oakes ' Kenneth Deaton ' Christian W. Page " Britt Dorsey James P. Parks ' Norman W. Freis ' William Per •William Cay Sunny Preetorius ' Burney Coolsby ■Robert R ' Snow B. Hand Alfred Smith Lol lis Hardy Jack Snel •Walter D. Hays •Thomas M Talbott James Hill esL Toole Robert Holt ' Edward T W. C. Holt " Goc ' James Howard ' Robert H. Vincent " Harold Hudgins " Charles W •James Hutchins ' Edward Jackson •Robert Young David C Jones " Those ha e same order as the n -■■ Chi Pki FACTS: Founded in 1854 at Princeton University . . . result of successive unions of three older organi- zations of same name ... Eta Chapter established in second on the campus . . . sunflower is the flower . . . colors are scarlet and blue . . ?■• C hah ctt is the magazine. OFFICERS Walter W. Calhoun President Frank Graham Vice President Dan McLaughlin Secretary Arthur Waite Treasurer Ralph Barnwell Custodian Allen Douglas Correspondent Left lo right sittini; C ' jhjm Cilhoun. Wiitc. it inrJing i : McLaughlin. Bjrnwcll. Douglis ' Marion Almand •Frank Beniamm Arden ' Robert Co.i Ralph W. Barnwell •Wm Richard Bedell, Jr Barnelt Allen Bell William Harmon Black Carr. dine am Fred Brown ' Allen Edward Cj •Walter W Call •Ralph S.Carl John Donaldson Allen Harrison Douglas |udson Harrell Drewry Horace Porter Edmond. Jr. |oseph Monroe E Burke Steele Floyd Frank Daniel Foley ' Samuel Johnson Gardner James Hawkins Gatewood Earl Barton Cause. Jr. ' William B. George Randolph Houston Gibson Richard Reynolds Gilbert ' Frank Augustus Graham. Jr •Johnny Griffith " Eugene Wilson Griner Edwin Reginald Han •Julian Hartridge. Jr. Thurston Robert Hatcher •Thomas Callaway Helmly •Carl Hood •Thomas Lee Howard Allan Hampton Hudson •Robert Franklin Ingram ' Willis Johnson •Harvey John Kennedy John David Duke Lane Richard Lee •William Wallace Lee •William |ay MacKenna Harry Magoon •Waldo Wedner Mallory Theodore M Margison ♦Thomas O Marshall. Jr. Arthur B Martin Louis Dugas McCleskey. )r •Pete McCurry John William McLeod •Daniel MacDougall. Jr ' Frank S McGaughey. Jr Edwin Perr ' Leo Daniel McLai, ' Charles Warren McMullen ' Fonville McWh Emerson Hicks f ' ' Oscar Reid Moseley Robert Edward Mozley Harold E Niche! Robert Allen Nichols ' James Harlan Paschall Rufus Reaves Pa John Herman Plage Daniel DeMille Plaster ' Henry Jarrell Reid ' Clayton Robinson ' Constantine Robinson, Jr ' Carl Edward Sanders ' Edward Lowe Semplr ' Chester Lawton Shaw •William M • ' Alexander Wyly Smith •Robert Col- Rankin McEacI: n Elwood Sweetin Terry ' Thomas Homer Thompson ' Edward A Thornv. Guy Sumerford Tnbbie Henry Batti , Edwar Joser ' LutN Cu •Albert James Douglas Wooford John William Yopp Chi Pa FACTS: Founded in 1841 at Union College . . . fifth fraternity origination there . . . Alpha Alpha Delta Chapter established in 1890 . . . ninth fra- ternity at Georgia . . . magazine is The Purple and Gold . . . colors are purple and gold. OFFICERS Carl R. Elliott President Thomas C. Watson Vice-President William L. Holloway Secretary js J. Jan Treasurer l. H to right: Hollowly. Elliott jjrrcll. Wilson. •Rufus W. Barton ' Jack K. Croft ' Kentwyn DeRenne ' Lionel E. Drew •Carl R. Elliott ' Charles E. Evans •Glenn B. Hester •Rudolph E Hoi ley •William L. Holloway ' Clayton M. 1 1 ' Van C. Ivey •Ralph 0. Jackson •Thomas J. Jarrell ' Frederick. H Johnson Jack Johnson •Robert S. Lewis ' Edwin M. May, Jr. T. Willis Miller •John H. Mobley ' Clarence C. Murphy, Jr. ' Elwood S. Newton, Jr. •Herman E Poss " ' Leonard F. Powell, Jr. Jack D. Scott ' Leason B. Stiles •Richard C. Tillman •Thomas C. Watson. Jr. •Those having pictures — appearing in same order as the names. SJniMERED SEA- LAND h e 1 1 a 7 a u h e 1 1 a FACTS Organized at Bethany College in 1859 . . . united with the Rainbow Society in 1886 . . . Beta Delta Chapter established at Georgia in 1882 . . . eighth fraternity on campus flower is the pansy . . . colors are purple, gold and white magazine is The RainboLC. OFFICERS Lee Dickens President Glenn T. Bnnson Vice President ' Claude H. Sullivan Treasurer |im Sirmans Recording Secretary Boone Boggs Corresponding Secretary ' ' i in the pit lure. Lett to right I sitting i: Dickens. Bnnson. I standing I: Sirmans. Boggs. ' ' , 4 ROLL ' Jack Aston ' Charles E. 1 •Boone B. Boggs ' Glenn T. Brinson Earl E Brown •Raleigh C. Bryans •John W. Bryson •Richard Bullcck H. Bu ' dett Ferris Cann ' Lee C. Dickens Ed Matthews Adair J. Mcore •Milton H. Murray ry H. Park Nick Satriano ' Donald L. Singl. •jim Sirmans •Claude H. Sullivan •Kenneth C. Sapp ' Doyle C. Spears " George •John M Walker on Westbrook •Those having pictures — appearing in the same order as the names. 2y m gfm 4 a, dm q £ T Hap pa filpka FACTS Founded at Washington and Lee in 1865 first called Phi Kappa Chi . . majority of chap- ters in Southern institutions . third fraternity to come to Georgia . . . Gamma Chapter established in 1868 third oldest chapter of Kappa Alpha . . . colors are crimson and old gold . . . red rose and magnolia are the flowers . . . Kappa Alpha Journal is the magazine. OFFICERS Fred Scot- President George Cunningham . . Vice President Mmgledorf f Secretary Clarence Cla Treasurer Sitting Scott; Standing ' left to right Cunningham Minglcdorff. Clay. Ull L T Wfb ROLL Edward D. Adams . ' . Adams •Richard B. Allen William S. Anderson ' Beverly A Asbury ' George P. Atkinson an Ballard •William C. Banks William L Bart Roderick Beddow •William A i ry T Bnce |ohn H Brock Edward P. E ird P Burt •William H Candler Frank Capers Thomas A Clark " Clarence H Clay ' Thomas D Clay lames Coplm |ohn F. Coplin Weyman Creel ' George P. Cunningham •William E. Davis ' Robert | Davis Avery Dimmock John Elder ' Screven R Farmer |ohn A Ferguson Joseph W Ferguson Robert C ' Lauren H Goldsmith Chester R Gravely Howard H Guest °| Sam Guy Cecil R Hall Merlyn D Hall •Norwood H Highsmith •David H Hogan Gene Hogan ' lames P Holhs lames M Hull Hugh M Inman Rembert L |ar ■ " Hillyer H Johnson ' Jack Jacl •Hes E Lambdm ' William C Lanier Bert P Longino ' Spencer M M " Jack McKay ' Robert L ' ' Fred Mingledorff ' Warren MitcheM John R M " Charles F •.ell •John A. Pan Charles L I •Thomas W. Pool sL Rabb Thad B R( •Paul Reid liamReid Frank S Roberts Charles G Rol lark L Row and Leon H I- John B Sa . •ier La ' - •doe Paul I ' born •William W Wells " Carl Wig.- •John W. Williams Terry Wingfield Charles L. Zachry £ amb { a Ch i Alp ha FACTS Founded at Boston University in 1909 . . outgrowth of Cosmopolitan Law School . . . four- lity on the campus . . . Nu Chapter established in 1915 ... all chapters required to issue at least four periodicals a year . . . national publica- s the Cross and Crescent . colors are purple, green, and gold . . flower is the violet. OFFICERS Paul Wagner President William M McCrary. . Vice President Robert C. Smith Secretary William Morris Harlm . . Treasurer Bill ( Ritualist Jack A Adkins. . Rush Chairman Left to right: Wjgncr, McC ' Jry Adkins, Clcnn Harlin Smith. 3. ft o ft 9 fill " £ ft A ft ft !5H r A CJ A ' - y a. ROLL Robert E. Adams ' Jack A. Adkms •Sid Allison jess Anderson •Robert W Austin •Roswell Atkinson " William Bowers ' Billy |oe Brown Leonard C Brown )oe Benson Baker Howard Carter Thomas L Crompton Alfred C Doudney Wayne Drew O. B Dowis ' Gerry Deleski Ben Fordham Walton S Freeman •William J Glenn ' Samuel E Gunn ' Guy Hancock ' James Harber ' William M Harhn James Harper Robert A Harper Morgan Harvill Thomas Harvill ' Bondy Holcombe ' Palmour Hollis ' James F. Holman D Roy Home Arthur H. Hutchinson ' Frank Irwin ' Warren L Jackson Jean Jenkins Joseph S. Kenimer William L. Lasseter Sonny Lloyd " Hewell H. Mann Richard Martin ' William M McCrary ' Jack Minter " Reynolds T. Montford Rcy Moore John Patat ' Richard Plamplin Walter Pierce " Samuel W. Pinson " Curtis L. Proveaux Hugh Roberts " Leonard W Rob " Hubert Rocker •F B Salter Peter Sasser ' Dallas F. Sr . in H. Scott •Raleigh H S ' Bryant Smith " C B. Smith •Robert C ' Ed St |oel Ray 5 " Bill Taylor •Joseph Teresh • Ed Thompson Grady Tr,j I n Tumlin •Paul F. Wagner •James Wa 1 ' Bill Wingate Happ a £jatna FACTS: Founded at the University of Virginia in 1869 . . . first Southern fraternity to establish a chapter in the North . . . Beta Lambda Chapter es- tablished in 1901 ... tenth fraternity at Georgia . . . The Caduceus is the magazine . . . colors are scarlet, white and emerald green . . . flower is the lily-of- the-valley. OFFICERS Henry C. Neal President Curry L. Veatch Vice President " Ernest Long Secretary Harlan Page Treasurer Conrad Allgood Grand Proctorial 4 Xnt in the picture Left to right sitting): Veatch. Ncjl; ' standing 1 : Allgood, Page. -»4 ROLL ' Conrad Allgood •Alfred Anderson •Joseph Bagwell •Robert Blackwell •Homer Black •Jerry Blanks •Phillip Blanks •Hollis Billings •Boyd Butts •Rufus Bullock •John Champion Bentley Chappel •John Cook John Culbreath •Aubrey B. Hilley ' Paul Harper •Frank Jolly •William King •Robert Kane Robert Kamack •Ernest Long John Luke •Roy Malone Raymond Muggeridge Marion Matthews Lawrence W. McKinley •Ed C. Murdock •Henry CNeal " Donald NeSmith Harlan Page ' Frank Postero Charles Purdue •James Pinson Jud Reeves Ralph Tnbble •Curry L. Veatch Frank Watson ' Garland Williams 13 ' Those having pictures— appearing in the same order as the names. Phi k e I t a 7 k e t a FACTS: Founded at Miami University in 1848 . . . member of the Miami Triad at first existed sub rosa . . . Georgia Alpha established in 1871 ... fourth fraternity on the campus . . . white carnation is the flower . . . colors are argent and azure . . . magazine is the Scroll of Phi Delta Theta. OFFICERS Bill Trotter President Hamilton Holt Vice President Tom Honea Secretary Roy Lambert Treasurer Ed Dunlap Warden Jim McKenzie Pledge Captain Charles Collins Chaplain Left to right sitting Holt. Trotter. Lambert; (standing): Dunlap. McKenzie. Collins. Honea T Mb ' A Mt?U ?■ r t ROLL •Ed A.i Alfred Lanier Norman A I ippincott Walter A; ; ' Bob Lunday ' ' Buddy Bj Bill Martin Fred Beasley ' Collier Mai Idy Bennett Gus Martin Fred Benton McKenzie Jimmy Best Robbie McLeod Blackmon timer Mea 1 ' Howard Bowman •Joe Meadows •Bill Butler ' Charlie Milhollin Hardin Byars Jogn Miller Bill Cleghorn , Monroe ' Lawrence Coffee Frank Moore " Lumpkin Coffee Char: -lie Collins John Parham " Ross Crane Charlie Pai ' Bob Cravey ' Buddy Crawford ' idley •Jim Davison ler Pittman 1 De loach ' Bill Preston ' Vincent Dobbs f rice ' Bill Donaldson Buddy Pnchett rl Douglas " Doug Pud ' Johnny Doyle . Ed Dunlap Mutt Rhodes Edwards ' Ronnie Rish Bill Engle " Bill Roberts Ed Forio " Bobby Sanders ' Whit Forrester •Bobby Save Lowri ' Bob Scott Good ny Seaborn ' Ed Greene ' Phil Sh £ " Carlos Creenway Furman Greer " Ned r ny Greer blmg .vard Hall Hall Bill Th n a v Hatcher Paul Thon : ' Bill Hawthorne .ith Audley Tu Hill Kelly Tun ' Hon Holt ' Torn 1 Wallace " Bill Hu .. ilthall •Boot • " Bobby Weldon ' Mabry Kci ■ " Seam. ■ Roy V. ■ Chai ' the same order a the na ' FACTS: Founded at the University of Virginia in 1868 . all founders served in the Confederate Army Alpha Mu Chapter established in 1908 . . . eleventh on the campus . . . garnet and old gold are the colors . flower is the hly-of-the-valley . . . Shmld and Diamond is the magazine. Pi Happa fllpka i OFFICERS John L. Cox President James T. St. John Vice President Braswell D. Deen, Jr. . . Secretary Famsh C Chandler, Jr Treasurer Left to right ' sitting ' Chandler St John, standing ' : Deen. Con. CI ex o AU. £ % f l h JL L1i . fc ROLL " Roland Andrews Julian M Lefiles ' Walter Angel Gene LeGette Bob Argo George A McArthur ' John P. Baldwin Charles L McWaters ' Spede ) Bryan Robert P. Miller ' Bobby C Bush amin G Parks Thomas E Campbell liam B Ph.lhps ' Vernon E Case Billy Pinyon " Farrish C Chandler. Jr Richard H. Pipes Lanier Andrews Cobb Orval R Porritt ' Lauren George Coffey •Walter G Price Emory Connell ' Bob Robinson ' Ralph L Conner ' Walter J. Rushin " John L. Cox. |r Horace Sasser " Fernando A Crittenden Con Scoggins " William Q Culpepper ' Kenneth E Sessler ' Braswell D Deen ' Roger L. Simmons Archibald A Farar Simmons Edward Fendig Julian Stevens ' Wallace E Forsyth ' James T. St |ohn 8en Fricks. )r ' Francis S Slubbs ' Charles Cremer ' Oscar H. Summers James K Cnffeth ' George D. Telfcrd Buck Criffen ' Gordon Telford ' Mark T. Criffen Buck Tolleson Charles Criner McKie M Trotter James Wilson Han Jack Tyson ' John F. Hart Wall " Robert W Hendrix ' Harold E. Ward ' Harold B Hodgson •or Webb James Persons Hogg ter Webb ' Moncher L .Whelchel ' Lee F. Jerkins Wallace W.lkms Dewey W Johnson ' James E Williams ' Lee Johnson Truitt E Wood ' Robert F. Johnston " Gus John C Knox ' Marion Johnny Langford the same cider as imes m Phi € piil en Pi FACTS: Organized in 1904 at the College of the f New York . . . founded as a non-sectarian organization . . . Mu Chapter at Georgia established in 1915 . . . oldest Jewish local fraternity in con- tinuous existence . . . twelfth on the campus magazine is the Phi Epsilon Pi Quarterly colors are purple and gold . . . flower is the white carnation OFFICERS William A Wallace . . President F. Richard Ellison Vice President David Landau Treasurer Jack Brail Corresponding Secretary Marshall Hirsch Recording Secretary Lett to right ' jilting ' : Wallace Ellison, ' standing ' : Hirsch, Brail, Landau ROLL •Jack Brail William I. Braver ' Adrian Cohen, jr. •E. Richard Ellison Louis Epstein ' Emile J. Fried ' Joel H. Goldberg ' Melvin J. Harris Sigmund I. Held ' Arthur Heyman •Marshall H. Hirsch James C. Kann ' Albert Klein. |r. ' Norman M. Kronick ' Dave Landau ' Morris Litchenstein Sidney J. Marcus Sam A. Nassell •Maxwell N. Pintchuck •David I. Roos, |r. •William A. Wallace 1 Those having pictures — appearing in the same order as the names. £ i $ tn a filpka CpAilcn LJLJ FACTS Founded at the University of Alabama in 1856 . . . one woman member . . . initiations held in France during World War I . . . oldest fraternity at Georgia . . . Georgia Beta established in 1 5 . . . magazine is The Record . . . flower is the violet . . . colors are royal purple and old gold OFFICERS Billy Solms President Dick McCauley Vice President Frank Cheatham Recorder McAlpm Treasurer Left to n hl Sitting Cheatham McCaulcy : standing ' . Solms. McAlpin W ROLL " George Adams •Ed Keeter •Leland Baggett ndsey Walker Bankston Buddy Lloyd Tyler Berryman " Lawerance Loh Lou Blanton " Charles Lokey Donald Boardman " Clifford LeBey August J Bohn Bob Lyons )ames Brantly •Kirk McAlpin •Julian Bridges " DickMcC n Bridges John McMillan " Jim Brown Neil Carlton Bullock ' Jack Capers George Mercer Elton Carey rn Miller Ed Castle ton •Woody Mizzell " Buddy Chambers Tom Monroe ' Frank Cheatham George MontR Ward Claussen Frank Morris •Preston Cobb ■ th Morris |ames Cochran EHis Murphy •Joe Collins Mercer Murray Tom Cook " Harold M .- •Robert Cox ' . ers Robert Crawford Logan Nalley ' Harold Crow " Lem 1 Howard Dasher Jack Davis •Robert N •Robert Deariso Tom Norlhcutt •Morris Darden " John Dorn James Oliver arles Dye Page Eugene Dykes •Billy Parr Ben Easterlm •Donnie Pa William Eberscle y Pence " Doc Eldredge ' Pete Pet ' i ' Calvin Ellis • rce ' Pat Evans Charles Pi " Charles Ewing ' Jack Powell ink Ewmg •Rhodes Perdue ' Frank Faulk Converse Ferrell Earl Floyd Bob Reyr Bob Foreman •NeilCillis Ceorge Rust Billy Gooch •Bob Russell Doug Craves Dick Shock ley lack Cray ' Charles Sikes •Bill Green Fr.; ' Pomp Gregory on John Grimsley " Tom Smith " lack Groves •Billy Solms •Gould Hagler Robert S " Jack Hagler George Hamer Hardaway ' ■ ' Ceorge Hams Stone " Eugene Ha ' " Kenneth Henson Loi. ter ' Traverse Hill Fra ' • B.ll Hodges ■ Bill Jcncs " Saunders lones •xJall Mac Johnston ' . xiard Tate Wright Thos ' as the names. ;«-£ : - 3 £i ina Chi FACTS: Founded at Miami University in 1855 ... a Miami Triad fraternity . . . first called Sigma Phi . . . unique feature is the Constantine Chapter, group in the Confederate Army . . . first fraternity to make a sound motion picture . . . Delta Chapter established in 1872 . . . fifth fraternity at Georgia . . . publication is the Magazine of Sigma Chi . . . colors are blue and old gold . . . flower is the white rose. OFFICERS Capers A Holmes President William H. Darden Vice President George A. Doss, Jr Secretary Brown Dickson Treasurer Left to right: Doss. Dickson. Djrdcn, Holmes _ r t ;. %£ 1 1 ft ii%m v , ? i ' " ° I -% -» ■ ft ft. ft 4 " k fc, l?k - £! " s All ft ft ■ V ROLL " Lewell Akins Norman Jackson •Curtis Allen •Jim Lang •Arnold Anderson •Bob Lanier ' George Anderson ' Beverly Langford ' Edward Andrews •Harold Latham ' Edward Aycock •Henry Lay |ohn D. Bailey ' Claude H. Leasman ' Dekle Banks •Harvey Lindsey ' Charles Barrineau •Cal Long ' Emory Bohler ' Albert Lufburrcw ' Lee Bowen Owen Malcolm ' Lejune Bradley ' Edison Marshall •Alfred Branch ' Lambeth Mayes ' Doe Branch Hugh McCalley Donald Brannen ' Stuart McGarity •Belton Braswell ' Lamar McGinnis ' Spencer Brewer •Jim McLain " Ken Brunner •Harris McMillan ' Dich Carr " Buddy " Miller ' Ashley Carswell •Bill Monroe ' Paul Chapman •Jimmy Moore |ack Chastain ' Bernard Morris ' joe Chesna Hoke Nash ' Buck Cheves Idwal Owen ' Carswell Cobb OI in Patterson ' Tom Cole •J C Paul •Dick Colvin •Andy Perhach Jim Colvin •Carlso Phillips •Jerome Davis •Paul Plevack •Robert P. Davis •Garnett Puett Ruffin Davis •Mac Richey Lee Daniel Tom Robertson •Bill Dardin John Rogers ' Frank DeLoach •Kent Rossetter Brown Dickson George Scott ' Lester Dollar Frank Simmons ' George Doss ' Bill Simpson Don Downs S. K. Simpson Charlie Dunaphant •Dan Smith ' David Dunaphant ' Tiny " Smith ' Bob Dun ' ap •Bob Stewart Foy Evans •Theyx Stewart ' Allen Findley Jim Stovall ' Dan Flexer •Bill Strother •Jim Fort ' Harvey Strother ' Frank Fowler •Fred Sturges ' Hugh Fowler ' George Taylor ' Inman Foy •Jack Tillman Drew Fuller •Hubert Tucker ' Bobby Gibson Bob Turner ' Herring Gibson •Ralph Tyson ' Dick Gnann •Jack Usher •John Cnann Peter Van Denbergh H F Cober •Ralph Veal ' George C Gould Leonard Verdery Jesse Grear ' Ctaxton Waldroop •Rufus Green •Billy Walker •Don Hall Vincent Watson •Jimmy Hammond • " Bird " Warren •Bill Harper " Tweet " Warren •Rudolph Hayes •J P. Wells •Billy Hill •Bill Whatley • " Tiny " Hill Horace Wh Joe Hill •Ralph Williams ' Charlie Hmson •Richard Williams Capers Holmes •H. P. Woods •Gerald Hooks Edwin W nn George Huckeba •John Zuccaro •Those having pictures — appearing in the same order as their names. Tau C p J i 1 h Phi FACTS Founded in 1910 at Columbia University . . . Nu Chapter organized in 1919 . . . fifteenth fra- ternity on the campus . . . honorary memberships conferred . . . colors are purple and white . . . maga- zine is the quarterly Plume. OFFICERS Murray Stein. . . . Retiring President, 1946 Marvin Shoob .... President Stanley Hirsch Vice President Ralph Saul Treasurer Herbert KolorH in . . Secretary Lett to right Isitting 1 Shoob. Kolodkin. standing ' : Hirsch. Stein. Saul. ROLL " Earle D Balis •A. Albert Berger •Harold W. Berkman Jack J Berlin Maurice Bierman Oscar M Bogeslov •Arthur Cohen •Jerald Cohen ' Lester H Cohen Walter L Cowan •Robert J Feingold ' Herman L. Fishman ' Karl Friedman lack | Goldberg )acob L Golds tein ' Murray R Gordon •Alan D Gottlieb Milton Hirsch ' Stanley Hirsch Irving M Hurowilr ' Ferman L. Jay Edwin L Kaplan •Herbert S Kolodk.n " Irvin Levin " Norton M Melaver ' Jerome M Mendel ' Milton Perling " Bernard Portman ' Irwin L. Prager David Rabhan ' Mendel Romm lu ' ian E Rubin ' Beryl H Rubnilz ' Julius Rut: ' Alvin Saul •Ralph L Saul " Marvin Shoob ' Melvin R Siegel Milton J Silver ' Allan H Silverman •Leon Slot in Star baum •Hal Weiser £i$tna tfu FACTS: Organized at Virginia Military Institute in 1869. . . originated from the Legion of Honor, a secret society . . . Mu Chapter established in 1873 . . . seventh fraternity on the campus . . . journal is the Delta . . . colors are gold, black and white . . . flower is the white rose. OFFICERS Lou 0. McClamroch President William J. Shortt Vice President Homer Pierce Smith Secretary Bobby K. Bush Treasurer L s % J Q Q ES fj 9 Q 9 ( 3 9 uk _ .ai •Nick R. Abel •Fred J. Arnold •Lucious H Atherton )ames H. Blackmond Lee C. Bowden °|ohn L. Bowen •Joe D. Brock •Clarence M Brown ' Louis D. Browne ' Paul A. Bumball George T. Burton Jack Bush ' Bobby K. Bush ' Joe W. Butler Louie T. Cheney Jack W. Connell Nixon T. Crosby Pete Cunningham •Blake E. Davis ' Walter E Dawson Cordon E. Dill Richard A. Dill ' Joseph J. Dixon ' John E Ellington ' Malcolm D. Evans " William M. Evans •John E. Furney ' Joseph B. Fraser •Milton E. Gillespie ' Worth C. Green Charles C. Gregorie John Asher Gregorie ' William E. Groover " Edwin Davis Groves •Warner S. Hale Ben T. Harris •Robert L. Harris •Albon L. Hatcher J. Preston Hill i am T.Holland ' Ben T. Huiet James S. Hutto ' Ezra B. Jones, Jr. Frank Jones ' James A Kellam Thomas M Lane ' Samuel G Maddox ' Myrtus W. Maffett " Isaac A Maxwell " Bowdry P. Mayes ' James H. McCard Thomas E McLamore ' Lou O. McClamroch ROLL Geo. W. McKenney, Jr. Clifford R. McLendon •John A. McManus •Allen P. Mixon •John T. Morgan William D. Myrick ' Jefferson L. Newbern •Robert Nicholson •William D. Olmstead James C. Owens •Thomas A. Parker •Jack M. Peacock Jimmy A. Ponder " Lester L. Porter " William J. Preetorius " Sidney N. Richardson " Robert L. Rivenbark •Robert P. Roberts •John L. Rocker •Luther C Rollins Herb St. lohn ' Harold R. Sanders •Walker Vincent Settle Luther P. Shelton •William J. Shorn ' Hugh F. Smisson ' Homer Pierce Smith •Jack Thompson Smith •James T. Smith •John B. Smcct •Joe Stanaland •Thomas D Stanford James G. Stratford •Berrien D Sutton ' Pulrn Swann •Robert L. Todd •Robert E. Tollett Archie C. Turner •James C Turner •Thomas A. Waddell Paul G. Walker •Joseph R Ward •Alvcs M. Weatherly William H. Wert. Jr •Joseph C W.lkins •Carl J. Williams •Francis M. Williams " Jimmy M Winge " Revenal E. Winge •Lathem R Winn •James B Wright ' Caesar A Yarbrough Sj 4S OLYMPICS fa ' V A PEEK AT THE GREEK Twas the night before rush week And all through each house Every co-ed was stirring — (Twould have scared a poor mouse.) They were in preparation For the morrow ' s coming skit- To entertain the rushees Large of noise and small of wit. Please do not misinterpret The last three lines above. I wouldn ' t vilify those rushees For money, power, or love- (???) In every chapter meeting Some member did advance A daring, bold proposal, " Let ' s be different — take a chance. " " After all--when for ten years We ' ve done the same old thing. They have a preconceived notion Of what we ' ll dance and sing " And so, with wild enthusiasm These motions were received. Something new and different Would win rushees, ' twas believed In their Mi I ledge house the KAT ' S all said, " They ' re tired of hearing ' Theta Lips We ' ll alter our plans just a bit And give them some ' Wolf Call ' tips. " " We ' re more than ordinary Creeks, And we want them all to know, " The Alpha Chi Omegas vowed. " Don ' t our Olympics prove it so? " The Chi O ' s got together To think the problem through. " It ' s a cmch we ' ll get our quota, With our personality what else could a girl do? " The KD ' s boast a mansion fine And of their pool they ' re mighty proud. They ' ll catch them with that swimmin ' hole, Though in it, three ' s a crowd. " If you ' re a nature lover, Then we ' re the one you want. " This the theme of the AOPi ' s In their magnolia guarded haunt. Out at 350 South Milledge The girls cast out old skits and hams They said " We ' ll have a ' Susie ' s Scandals, ' And show our gorgeous Alpha Cam(b) ' s. " Down the street at 624 The D Phi E ' s moaned low. " Without a roof above our heads We ' ll have a real wide-open show ' " If you fear to be an old maid, Sign with our matrimonial bureau. " Thus pleaded Alpha Delta Pi " Unpinned gals among us cause a furore. " The Phi Mu ' s stressed their " culture, " Their diamonds, cars, and minks. Their flower is the carnation, That ' s why they ' re called the " pinks. " (Or is it?) In the famed " Tri-Delta Sheltah " Very high hopes were felt. " We ' ll adopt a humble slogan. If you can ' t get the others, Tri-Delt. " One group which made an effort Was the Sigma Delta Tau ' s They poured out work and money But it was for a worthy cause. The Pi Phi ' s wear an arrow, But for those who like gay fun. They offer frequent escapades When the dart should be changed for a gun. The boys were not so careful. They did not plan a show. They counted more on fellowship and spirit To get new pledges in their tow. The Chi Psi ' s have followed the KD ' s Out on Milledge at 645. They admit they ' re not as pretty, But in other realms they really strive The SAE ' s, if they pledged more, Must alter their delegate system " If we lost half of those we have now, It ' d be six months ' fore we missed em! " Delta Tau Delta of bridge party fame Frowned upon leading with a king, But by bringing forth their sponsor fair Said leading with queens is just the thing. The Sigma Nu ' s on River Road Live in a French chateau. They said " By parking way out here We kill two birds with just one blow. The Phi Eps are a high class group. They do nothing they shouldn ' t ought ' er. They ' re both frugal and unyielding, For they will give no quarter. The PiKA ' s are no pikers. For parties they have quite a lust. And each they improve o ' er the last one. Their motto — " Pike ' s Peak or bust. " " We appeal to the adventurous, " The fire-loving Phi Delts claimed. " If we try once more to burn this house, So as to get pledges, can we be blamed? ' ' The ATO ' s are quite ingenious When it comes to decorations; Their Homecoming job was a clever one Which drew many wild exclamations. The KA ' s have a lovely Rose Whom all the rushees would adore. But this time they outdid themselves They had not one, but Four. The Tau Eps should have an advantage When it comes to taking " Contemp. " They live right next to the teacher. (In their grades that should put no crimp.) The Chi Phi ' s are a versatile lot, With leaders in all the fields. Though a lack of " C " average may halt their brawls Still they ' ve athletes scholars, and campus wheels. The Lambda Chi ' s were confident. " We ' ve football players of renown We ' ll overawe the boys with those Who helped us win the intramural crown. " The Kappa Sigs live near Fine Arts In quite a strategic locale They like this modern art fine When the subject is some pretty gal. The AEPi ' s house is gleaming white, In the style of ante-bellum days. But the boys therein are not so slow, They ' re modern in all their ways The boys in the old 4-H house Don ' t care now for growing grain. The Alpha Gamma Rho ' s, who ' re there, Place all their stress on raising cain. There are two creeds of journalism Which should always be obeyed. Maintain impartiality Put the most important in the lead. But I use poetic license To ignore those rigid rules I ' ve saved the very best for last, (And no rule my ardor cools.) The Sigma Chi ' s of Hill Street, Though their " mansion " ain ' t the best, In all the things that really count, By far exceed the rest. he author is angling for a bid. ) M L T A R Y Colonel James V. V. Shufelt Professor of Military Science and Tactics Headquarters of the Military Department INSTRUCTORS Colonel J. V.V. Shufelt Lt Colonel H C Bnndle Lt. Colonel J. P. Moorefield Major L K. Cannon Major | C Latham Major E. D Robinscn Captain R A. Munn Captain C. W. Ivie Captain W. M Sorrells Captain T. A Barrow Lett to right: Shufelt. Brindlc, Moorefield, Cannon. Robinson. Sorrells. Munn. Barrow, Ivie. Left to Right: Westall, Williams. Davis. Sullivan. K.. Smith. Farmer, Crane. Turner. Avrctt. McCormack, Hill. Foreman. Brunson. Sullivan. J . Johnson. Copeland. Dean. M Sgt. L I.Davis M Sgt J R. Sullivan M Sgt. F. D. McCormack M Sgt P. R. Westall M Sgt L L. Williams M Sgt | R.Smith 1 Sgt E P. Copeland 1 Sgt. C H. Dean 1 Sgt KM. Sullivan T Sgt E P. Foreman S Sgt. H. B Avrett S Sgt W. | Crane S Sgt. C B. Farmer Sgt F E Hill Cpl. P E Turner T 5 W C. Munger T 5 Ira Johnson A Brunson m REGIMENTAL STAFF Left to Right Dukes. P.irr Harrison, Lowry FIRST BATTALION STAFF Colonel Moguirc Louise Maguire fl m±. o o o Major Taylor Captain Chambers Lieutenant McCoy Harold 0. Maguire Lieutenant Colonel Mack Taylor, Jr Major, Executive Richard L. Chambers, Jr Captain, S-3 Hugh B. McCoy Second Lieutenant, S-l SECOND BATTALION STAFF Mjjor Hester C-ipt.nn Shiver Lieutenant Watson Colonel Stone Norj Stone Walter N. Stone, jr. Elmo C. Hester, Jr.. Joe K. Shiver James T. Watson. . . Lieutenant Colonel .... Major, Executive Captain, S-3 .First Lieutenant, S-l COMPANY . . A » » Capt C W. Brown £4 O Am h M Lt. B. C. Bush Hulsey. C. 0.. Stone, j. E. . Lt. J. B. Owens U. C. J. Carter . .First Sergeant .Company Guide Shirley Ljwson FIRST PLATOON SECOND PLATOON OH. P. House. F. E Lester. Q L ... Matheny. R. T.. McGee. H. D... Ashbury, B. Childers. E. Cole, J. W .V. T. Johnson. Doyle Kolodkin. H. S. Lang. T. F. Lisenby. W. B. Logan. H. G. Mahaffey, Cline Murray, W. ). Pace. W. E Payne, P. O. Popwell. ). L Rowe, W. E. Scoggins, C. D. Smith, E. I. Stephens, R. A. Terry, John Tiller, Jack Waddell, T. A. ...T Sgt ....S Sgt ....S Sgt ....S Sgt ....S Sgt Erquitt, J. M Blakewood, R. G Guest, K. F Prophett. C Sellers. R. L Butler. O L. Chancey, A. L. Cheeley, | E Cheeley. W E DeLoach. M F. Gore, J. A Hulme, ). C. Johnson. J. Kennedy, R. L. Lewis. F. H. McCarley. H. Nunnery. M. E. Penland. W, A. Quillian. D D. Shannon. R O. Silverman, A H. Smith. W M. Spears, W. Stanaland, J B. Swint. W. Thompson. A L. Warnock, R Wilkinson. C W Woolard, M C •T Sgt .S Sgt ■S Sgt •S Sgt •S Sgt THIRD PLATOON Killingsworth. H. H T Sgt Clary. W. B S Sgt Clary, W. M S Sgt Holcombe. B. H S Sgt Williams. IS.. .S Sgt Bell, W E. Brock. J. D. Chambers. D. P. Duckworth McGarity. S. W. Morris. R B. Perdue, R. L. Reeves Rives. J. Smalley. R. H. Smith. E L. Toole, E T Tucker. R E Tyson, ) M Vamedoe. Z. Walker, T. G Wayne, B. R. COMPANY . . B » Cjpt. W. A Ncvin C 1 mm It. J. W Palmer Lt. J. N. McGarity Lt. J. J. Sullivan Balk, R. S First Sergeant Branch, D. L Company Guide Martha Graves FIRST PLATOON Edison, W. B T Sgt. Clary, W. M S Sgt. Flournoy, F. B S Sgt. Morgan, H. L S Sgt. Sa ' mon. |. E S Sgt. Bagwell,). R. Baker, J. B. Ballenger, T. D Bishop, T. L. Cherry. J B. Clay. T. D Clonts, S. B. Doudney, A. C Dutchak. E. M Kickliter. B. F Langford. O. C Linton, D. F. Miller. T. W. Ravin, P. P. Rich. E. W. Robinson, T. E Taylor. C. SECOND PLATOON Burt, H P Butler, J. W. .. Greer, E. S Noland, E. E . . . Parish, C. B . .. Blumberg, Bob Burke. W. E. Burt, J. C. Cain, L. Clay, R. D.. Jr. Cook, W. G. Ellington. J. E. Ford, H. |. Grenga. J K Hayes, W. A Henry. R. Martin, E. C. Meadows. J. W. Phillips, W. B. Rawlings. P. B Shoemaker, C B Silver, M. J. Strickland, W. E. Taylor, S. C. Vandiver, E. J. Whitley. W. B. ...T Sgt . . .S Sgt ...S Sgt ...S Sgt. . . .S Sgt. THIRD PLATOON Stevens. H. L Burch, C. B S Sgt. Holland. W. T S Sgt. Nelms. J B S Sgt. Pendergrass. AW S Sgt. Brannon, D. A. Chapman. D. R. Daniell. H D. Dockery. K. K. Class. D. W. Gober, W. J. Henderson, W. B. Johnson. D. Jones. E B. Kelly. J. M. Kimsey, J. K. Mallory, W. A. Martin, M. Meagher. N. J. Ozburn, A. M. Paulk, W. E Russell, W. R. Smith. L. B. Weil. T. E. Whiddon, D. N. Yearwood. E H. COMPANY " C " Copt. P. F. Dominv Lt. R. B. Watson Lt. L. E Griffin Lt E D Rjbtun Stratton, C.L First Sergeant McCrary, L Company Guide Grctchcn Van Brocklo FIRST PLATOON Bailey.]. R T Sgt. Cibbs. H. E S Sgt. Hill. W. B S Sgt. Kimsey, J.) S Sgt. Stribbling. W. L S Sgt Alexander. C. C. Allen. H. E. Bogeslov, O. M. Callaway. B. Clack, C. L Collins. C H. Densmore, L S. Dorn, J. S. Caulding. L W. Coodson, C L Cunter, W E. Johnson, W L. Mathews. B. D. McCrary, L McLeroy, J C Mendel.) M. Miller. D E. Neville.) W. Pendergrass, J C Sisson, D L Stokley. W M. Woodruff. C C SECOND PLATOON Holley. R. E T Sgt Brown. W. ) S Sgt Crigg, P. W S Sgt Jones, M. C S Sgt Ledbetter, G H S Sgt Barton, ). R. Bodine, Al Braver, W. I. Cosey, Virgil Crawford, C. R. Davis, P. E. Gottlieb. A D. laynes, G B. lordon, C. M. Linch, R. 0. Maddox, S G. Mills, W. T. Murray, M. H. Nash, H. S Owens, M F. Pence, R. L Polatty, C M. Powell, M. Simpson, W. A. Smith, C W. Stewart, ). F. Winn, L. R. THIRD PLATOON Ivey. V. C T Sgt. Davis. R. A S Sgt Puckett. H. B S Sgt Sammons. T. W S Sgt Teasley. R. B S Sgt Barnes, C. S Barton, H. K Bond, C. M Buice, W. R Cates, D. E Cobb. L. F Findley, R. D Fordham, B. F. Forman, R C Hadden, J L Hammock, W. E. Hollis, A B Huff. C. H Jones, R. L Langley, J H Mundy, C D Patterson. W H Smith. R C Snowden. J Stewart, D L Storey, W. F. Taylor. W. R. Thornwell, E A. Watson. V C. COMPANY i i E Capt. N. Hanlcy LI H E Baxter Lt B. G Martin Lt B B. Perry Bailie, D. H First Sergeant Smith, T. R Company Guide Jean Brown FIRST PLATOON Bridges. ).H T Sgt. Aldred, F. L S Sgt. Hogan. E. A S Sgt. Knotts, U. S S Sgt. McCurray. J. M S Sgt. Adams, J. W. Bartlett, V. A. Cook, J. T. Eason, W. A. Evans. ). P. Cirst. H. C. Hobos. N. A. Hunt. D. P. Lyons. R. E. Maxwell. W. L. Meadows, C. L Mills. H. A. Montgomery, R. C. Paulk, F. D. Pierce. |. L Powel. L. C Sanders, R. C Sanders. R. 0. Smith. L K. Spears, D. C Stephenson. J W. Sullivan. W C. Webb. B. Webb. T. SECOND PLATOON Ussery, W. C. . . Cline, H. I Sapp, K. F Watson. W. H. Wood, R. L... ...T Sgt .... S Sgt ....S Sgt ...S Sgt ...S Sgt Aldredge, H. C. Atkinson, C P. Atkinson, R. J. Battey, H. O. Beggs, W. A. Bennett, J. D Bennett, W. D. Bentley, H. E Cline, H. L. Cordell, A. Gibson. W. H. Cunn, W. W. Hudson. W B. Miller, I. C Mobley. C W. Nesbitt, J. W. Roberson, R. L. Rudolph. T. E Strickland, A. J Thomas. E. A. Wilkes. C J Wilson, C. L. THIRD PLATOON Dodd. ]. L T Sgt. Dollar, W. H S Sgt. Harper, W. R S Sgt. Lougbridge, |. C S Sgt. Sission, W. L S Sgt Clark. L. E. Cline, P L. Dowis, O B Drewry. ) H Feingold. R J George. R. E Goldberg. J H. Cordy. J. C Harris. D E Kirkland. B A Lazarus, I M Lazarus. M R Lichenstem, M Malcolm. | K Maslow, A F Mranmn. K. T. Perry, R C Robinson. P A Sawyer. G B Smith, T. R COMPANY " F 9 1 Cjpt. L TcJilcy FIRST PLATOON Carter, M. H T Sgt. Adams. L. D S Sgt Baldwin. H. ) S Sgt. Gulley. H. E S Sgt. Nickols. D S Sgt Blackburn. F. M. Bragg. J. B. Branch. 0. Bussey. B. P. Calloway. J.W. Collier. H. W. Demp; Gulick, J. Gupko. J. W. Hayes. R. Head, J D. Hood, D. ;utt, B. H. Jones. W. S. Jordon, D. C. Kellam, |. Leotis, P. A. McKinnon, B. Newton. E. S. Porter. D. D. Rice, T. R. Woodhard. A. York. M. 9 q Lt. J. W. Btamcn Lt T. H. Cunningham Lt C. H. Cleveland Weatherly, A. M First Sergeant Ash, N Company Guide SECOND PLATOON Newberr . T Sgt. Clay. C. H S Sgt. Jackson, L C S Sgt. Kocevar, F. C S Sgt. Lomax, J. H S Sgt Allison. L. C. Bedell, W. R. Bond, M. Carson, J. M. Chaney, L. T. Cole, J. R. Freeman, J. D. Cuillebeau, F. D. Hatcher, A. L. Hoch, W. K. Mahaffey, B. Maxwell, I. A. McCurry, P. Ponder, J. A. Sell, H. Sutton, B. N. Thomas, W. R. Vandiver, W. H. Vanhaltern, F. Westbrook, T. B. Lib Tcaslcy THIRD PLATOON Dunlap, E B T Sgt Floyd. J. J S Sgt Gresham, T S Sgt Jenkins, G A S Sgt Smith, J.E S Sgt Burkes, C Carr, R. W. Coppack, E T Deaton. K Fmdley. A. Fowler. C S Goldsmith. L H Culley. C Huff. R. G Krumbein, H. Lassetter. W. L linz, W. A. Mison, H. Paller, C Patton, D K. Rigdon, C R Romm, M Seigler, W. C. Sutton, W. A. Williams. F. S. COMPANY . i G » a Cjpt. I. E. Morns FIRST PLATOON Mann, Hewell H T Sgt. Jackson. C. W S Sgt. Park. Henry H S Sgt. Parker, Jack S Sgt. Walker. W. R S Sgt. Cohen, A. Dotson, T. E. Floyd. E H. Goodson, C L. Harper. B. Hodges. H. Hudson, E. T. Hunter. E. D. Lawson, J. C. Mclntyre. B. W. Miller, E. A. Mobley. C. N. OXelly, T. H. Pool. B. Robinson, L. W. Steinberg. M. J. Stephens, C A. Spears, H. T. Turner. J. H. ft O ft Lt. B. E. Lumpkin Lt. R. M Brewer Lt. R. R. Nickels Carter, B. F First Sergeant Wallace, W. C Company Guide SECOND PLATOON i Veazy. E. L Cregorie, J. A Johnson, T. J Raulerson, t. K Stephens, W. D Barber, T. F. Carmichael, R. R. Chapman, P. W. Crooke, D. E. Davis, S. T. DeLoach, B. C. Epps, W. D. Gibson. Q. L. Haynes, B. Hill. L. W. Kirbo, B. W. Leasman, C. H. McCinnia, L. S. Nipper, G. A. Parker, J. H. Rich. E. M. Seiz. E. C. Smith, W. G. Stathos, H. J. Sutherland. J. M. Wheeler. W. D. Wingfield, W. J. T Sgt S Sgt S Sg. S Sgt S Sgt Helen Morns TH IRD PLATOON Broadwell, M. M T Sgt Dorns, L H S Sgt Filler. T. W S Sgt Pndgen, G. R S Sgt Tunstall. T. H S Sgt Athon, E. Battle, C. T. Berlin, J.J. Booth. J. C. Chandler, J. H. Harkins, J. W. Hemphill, J. D. Hirsch. S. Jarrard. H. G. Kent. R. H. Lankford. C. J. Lee. R. LeGette, E. S Mobley. J. W. Micholes. R A. Norris, H. Patrick, R L Sellers, W. E. Spratlin, J C. Spratlin, J. W. Toney. H. Turner, A C. Wooten. R C FIRST ADVANCED AIR CORPS Adams, Lewis D. • , ' eal Donald H. Baldwin, Harry |. Boggs. Boone B. Bridges. John H - OthoL Mark H.. Jr Clay. Clarence I Coppock. Edward T. ; aul E. Davis. Ralph A . Jr Dodd. lames L . Sr Freeman. James D Gresham, Thomas T. Guest, Kenneth F. :mbe, Bondy H Holley, Rudolph E. House, Fred E Jackson, Lucius C. Jr Kirkland, Byron A. Knotts. Uiy S . |r Lomax, John H. Loughridge. James C Matheny, Ralph T. McGanty, Stuart W. Newberry, James W. Newton. Elwood S , Jr Nichols, Donath Noland. Emrntt E . Jr Park. Henry • Parker, Jack Parris, George B . Jr Perry. Roy C Powell. Leslie C. Jr. Pridgen, George R. Sanders, Riley G. Sapp, Kenneth F., Jr. Smith, James E. Strickland. William E . Jr. Ussery, Wade C Wallace, Willard C Weatherly, Alvis M . Jr Winn, Lathem R . Jr CALVARY Aldred, Fred L. Jr. Athon, Edd Atkinson. George P.. Jr. Blackburn, Frank M. Broadwell, Midford M. Buice. William R. Butler, Joe W. Carmichael. Robert R.. Jr. Clary. Wallace B Clary, William Martin Clary. William Milton Dutchak, Eugene M Flournoy. Felton B. Floyd, James L , Jr. Gregone, John A. Frigg, Peyton W , Jr Gulley, Charles G Gulley. Herman E. Gunn, Whitworth W. Henry, Roy Hill. William B. Holland. William T. Alton B . Jr. Hudson. Eugene T. Hulsey, Charles O Ivey, VanC , Jr Jackson. Gordon W. Jarrard. Henry G.. Jr. INFANTRY Bailey. John E Robert S Battle, Charles T. |r Blakewood. Richard A Branch. David L , |r. Charles B Burt. Hilliard P. Carter, Blanton F. Lite E. Cline, Horace L Dollar. William H. Dorris. Lowry H. Dunlap. Edgar B . |r h M. Eidson, William B. Jr ■im E Gbba Gill. Peyton Greer, Edgar S., Jr Hogan, Fnc E Jenkins. Grady A. Johnson, Timothy J., Jr. Killingsworth, Howard H. Ledbetter, Gene H. Lewis, Frank H. Mann. Hewell H., Jr. Maxwell, Willie L. Meadows, Carl L. , Thomas W. Nicholes. Robert A. Owens, Joseph B. Paulk, Forrest D. Pendergrass, Alva W., Jr. Powell, James M. Prophett, Charles C. Puckett. Hoyle B. Raulerson, Thermon K. Salmon, James E. jns, Thomas W. Smith, Theodore R. Smith. William G. Stephens, Wesley D. Stevens, Howard L. Stnbling. Wm. L. Ill Teasley, Ralph B.. Jr. Toole, tdward T. Walker. William R. Watson. William H., Jr. Wood. Robert L Johnson, Dewitt Jones, Marvin C, Jr Kimsey, John J. Kocevar, Francis C Lebedeff, Alexis G Lester. Qtnllian F. Martin, McDonald. |r. McGee, Jefferson D Mobley, Clarence W. Ill Morgan, Hunton L Nelms, John B. Robertson, Parker A Rowe, William E Seiz, EmilC. Ill Sellers. Robert L Sisson, Willard L. Smith. Cornelius W. Jr. Stone. Joel E. Sutton. Baker N. Tunstall. Thomas H. Veasey. Eli L Williams, IsaacS. Jr RIFLE TEAM Robert S. Balk Thomas D. Ballenger Robert Blumberg Adrian Cohen Felton Flourney Ben Fordham Edgar S. Greer, Jr. Van C. Ivey Roy Kennedy Harry Parr Charles R. Rigdon Robert D. Sanders Joel E. Stone Back Row: Blumberg, Cohen, Ballenger, Kennedy, Sanders, Rigdon, Parr. Front row: Greer, Stone, Flournoy, Fordham, Ivey, Balk. SCHEDULE FOR 1946-47 Mississippi State College Clemson College University of Pittsburg Citadel Oregon State Georgia Tech Un versity of Florida V. M. I. University of Washington Left to right: Kennedy. Greer. Cohen. Sgt MacCormack, Rigdon, Blumberg. SCABBARD AND BLADE I lational J-Tonarit 1 1 iu ' arti Tratcrnilii Robert R Nickels. Jr. President Norman J. Harrison, Jr. I i. »• President Mack Taylor. Jr. Treasurer William A. Ncvin, Jr. Secretary Neal Ash Robert S. Balk Richard A. Blakewood Midford M. Broadwell Charles W. Brown William R. Buice Lonzie J. Dukes William B. Eidson Joseph M. Erquitt Felton B. Flournoy James D. Freeman Elmo C. Hester William B. Hill Alton Hoi I is Marvin C. Jones Harold O. Maguire Hewell H. Mann Irvine A. Morris, Jr. James W. Newberry James W. Palmer Henry H. Park Ceorge B. Parris Alva W. Pendergrass Boling B. Perry Ceorge R. Pridgen Hoyle B. Puckett Walter N. Stone, Jr. John J. Sullivan Alvis M. Weatherly Isaac S. Williams, Jr. A-.h Freeman Palmer Balk Hester Park Blakewood Hill Parris Broadwell Hollis Pcndcgrass Brown Jones Pridgen Dukes Maguire Puckett ( U 1 Eidson M.inn Sullivon " BOOM TOWN " Life on the University campus is most complex, but also most interesting, because of the presence of many married couples, some with children. The activities of this group center around the south campus where the University has 100 trailers, 260 prefabricated units, and 42 privately owned trailers — a total of 402 married couples. Although no regular student as yet has 3 children, quite a number have 2. Every week some couple announces with smiles the intended arrival of an heir. Selection of occupants for these units was made by a joint committee of students and faculty members. Mr. Charlie Hooper, son of the University ' s beloved Latin Professor, is Director of the Project. Mr. Jack D. Johnson is " Mayor of Trailer City " by election. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Josey was the first couple to move in and they are both so satisfied that they intend to remain in that trailer until graduation. The first couple to have a child while living in a trailer was Mr. and Mrs. William C. Westbrook. From rough fields this area has gradually turned into a section of homes, humble though they may be. Each unit is equipped with electric lights, water, and sewerage, although only the prefabricated units have private baths. There are 3 laundry units, 12 washing machines, 2 nursery units, a recreational hall, and there is a community store and postoffice. Most of the couples are young and because of youth and military background are able to take it all in their stride. There is a strange comixture of young couples who are trying to adjust their lives with the ways of babies. Most of the husbands were in the service and the slang language of the Army and Navy is intermingled with civilian talk in more ways than one. Despite these differences, the couples have l ived pleasantly together and the community has been a useful and individual addition to the campus. MAYOR AND COUNCIL . . . left to right: Joe Lundy. James Arnold. Sam Scott. Edwin Bate- man, and W. A. Kilgorc, aldermen. Jack John- son, mayor. ORGANIZAT ONS X • 1947 STAFF Mary Gray Murray Clayton Wilkes. . . Frances Benson . . . Abit Massey Edito Business Manage Art Edito .Managing Edito Sug Brumby Woman ' s Edito Frances Martin Associate Edito Mary Flanigen Associate Edito Lamar Gibson Sports Edito Anne Gilbert Assistant Art Edito Kenneth Guest Johnny Stipe Photographers Skip Bruckner Assistant Business Manager Alvis Weatherly Assistant Business Manager Murray Wilkes, Weatherly. Smith Brumby. F. Martin Benson. Massey Gibson. Gilbert Pan 4 c r a ASSISTANTS Amelia Knoedler Tommy Walker Edwin May Nell Suttles Margaret Caruthe rs Acton Cordell Louis Cheney Harriet Zaban Carolyn Jarrett Frank Shell Margaret Watt 1. A. Maxwell Carolyn Eichberg La Mar McCinnis Pat Collins Cecile Doughty Alice Law Walter Smith Lynn Martin Alan Huvard Harper ADVISORS Prof. Clifton Harper Busines s Manager Prof. John F. Burke Financial Director Prof. Howard Thomas Art Advisor Watt, Knoedler, Eichberg Stipe Guest Fl.inigen L. Martin, lamtt, Doughty I I r - 30 I THE SPRING— 1946 Harriette Speer Edito Elmo Hester Managing Edito Dempsey Leach Business Manage Frank Wesley News Edito Betty Baskin Assistant News Edito George Anderson Assistant News Edito Mary Flanigen Woman ' s Edito Bill Bowick Feature Edito Bob Joiner Ag Hill Edito May Dearing Nicholson Society Edito Edwin Pope Sports Edito Frances Bryan Assistant Woman ' s Edito Mildred Carpenter Woman ' s Sports Edito Charles Warmock Circulation Manage Pam Valentine Assistant Business Manage Mary Lou Ware Photographe SUMMER— 1946 Elmo Hester Editor Frank Wesley Managing Editor Clayton Wilkes Business Manager George Anderson News Editor Harry Spitzer Sports Editor Cornelia Scott Society Editor Kentwyn DeRenne Assistant News Editor Bill Bowick Assistant News Editor Charles Warnock Circulation Manager Bob Joiner Ag Hill Editor lean Valentine Feature Editor FALL— 1946 Frank Wesley Edito A R. Bruckner, Jr Business Manage Lucius Teasley Managing Edito Ken DeRenne News Edito Cornelia Scott Woman ' s Edito Willie Kate Thrower Society Edito Harry Spitzer Sports Edito June Suratt Feature Edito Melvin Rifkind Proof Edito Jimmy Copeland. Ag Hill Edito; Sam Burgess Religious Edito Lejeune Bradley Assistant News Editoi Bill Parr Assistant Sports Edito Pete Wesley Circulation Manage Pam Valentine Assistant Business Manage WINTER— 1947 Lucius Teasley Edito Ken DeRenne Managing Edito Pamela Valentine Roy Powell Helen Morns Catherine Pritchett Roger Simmons Pat Reese Feature Jimmy Copeland Ag Hi Speir Collins Assistant News Edito Danny Boggs Assistant News Edito Sam Burgess Assistant News Edito John Bechendorf Assistant Sports Edito Midge Lovell Woman ' s Sports Edito David Cates Assistant Business Manage Walter Smith Assistant Business Manage Abit Massey Circulation Manage Jack Davis Staff Cartoonis Nick Mobley Proofreade Business Manage News Edito .Woman ' s Editoi . . .Society Edito Sports Edito Edito Edito RED AND BLACK AMERICA ' S PRE-EMINENT COLLEGE WEEKLY Sfhe GEORGIA fTs FACULTY ADVISORS W. W. Davidson. Clifton E Harper, Howard Thomas So picture : A H. Dranc Ed B. Dunljp Jr. Bill Bowick Charles B Johnston Editor Ituunea Manager Managing Editor In Editor George Do«. Jr I h iatr Editor Pjtrioj Grow iatr Editor M irfijret Cjruthcrs Associate Editor Robert Joiner tsoi fail Editor f J ft Emmit Nolan t flutter Editor MM. Gloria Epps Alvm M Wcathcrlv Sh.rlcy Wilcnsky Laura Hale mt aiiHfu Manager 1 i lant BtuiU9$m Manager 1 i.tant fuwnrvt Manager 1 . [■rrliwnf ItlTct t: r Addis Bob Aronson riCtl ■ rly Burns Patty Carpenter Burdie Culpepper Kathenne Culver es M. Dreyer f verett Orville Ca C W Ke- Flona Mann STAFF Nell Martin Pat Nobles Pat 1 Art Parsons Laur.i Catherine Pntc • Lulyanne Seigler Betty Specht Anne Wallace Jay Walters Mary Lou Ware Charles M Williamson CRACKER Georgia ' s Monthly Magazine Top ' left ' — The production staff headed bv Prof. Harper extreme right. Bottom — The business staff at work. Top (right)— Drane and his assistants. Middle — The staff looks over a new issue. Bottom — The art staff. cJhe Georgia Agriculturist The Georgia Agriculturist is published monthly from October to May inclusive by the Agricultural Club, Homecon Club, and Agricultural Engineering Club. Founded in 1907. FALL QUARTER Elmo Hester Editor Bob Tuck Managing Editor Felton Flournoy Business Manager Paul V. Wansley Circulation Manager May Dearing Nicholson Woman ' s Editor Robert McCreery Staff Photographer WINTER AND SPRING QUARTERS Bob Joiner Editor Bob Tuck Managing Editor Felton Flournoy Business Manager Paul V. Wansley Circulation Manager May Dearing Nicholson Woman ' s Editor Robert McCreery Staff Photographer BUSINESS STAFF James Lang Tom Reimer Ed Brinson CIRCULATION STAFF Jack Jones Garner Fields Caynor Bracewell EDITORIAL STAFF Charles Warnock Ed Brinson Amos Marchant Hubert Crist William Skinner Billy Ash Joe Tobias Fogle Ruth Wingate I eld Audrey Sutton • e Oxford Doris Whaley Betsy Burton Jo Martin Harriett McPhaul Ernestine Jackson MORTAR BOARD Mortar Board recognizes outstanding leadership among senior women. The Parthenean Chapter was established on the campus in 1939. OFFICERS Betty Baskin President Virginia Dekle Vice President Ruth Estes Secretary Flourine Could Treasurer Members being tapped during an early morning candlelight ceremony MEMBERS BARBARA ADAMS BETTY BASKIN EMMA SUC BRUMBY PAT CHENEY VIRGINIA DEKLE RUTH ESTES MARY FLANICEN MARjORIE FOSTER FLOURINE COULD MARY CRAY MURRAY LAURA PERRY ANN PURYEAR SPHINX Founded in 1897 MEMBERSHIP IN SPHINX IS THE HIGHEST NON-SCHOLASTIC HONOR AT THE UNIVERSITY 1. AH. Patterson .7 D. Hooper 3. LA Cothran 4. C Green 5. C R Andrews 6. E E. Pomeroy 7. A. Pratt Adams 8. Will S. Blun 9. C. W. Davis 10. M. D. Dubose 11. R. P. Jones 12 A j.McBride 13. R.J.Travis 14. T.W. Rucker 15. M. M. Thurman 16. John Banks 17. R L. Denmark 18. J.E.Hall 19. R M.Charlton 20. Harry Hull 21 . H C Johnson 22. J.B.Ridley 23. W. R Ritchie 24. J L. Erwin 25. Phinizy Calhoun 26. F K McCutcheon 27. Longstreet Hull 28. B C.J.Lamar 29. W. M. Hardy 30. N P. Park 31. W.J.Hammond 32. Lamar C Rucker 33. Sterling Blackshear 34. M M Dickinson 35. Andrew Calhoun 36. Cam D. Dorsey 37. M S Richardson 38. B S. Walker 39. Sandy Beaver 40. F M. Ridley 41. G W. Legwen 42. Randolph Jacques 43. Ralph Meldrim 44. Marion Smith 45. Wallace Miller Minor Boyd 47. W R Turner 48 J. F. Baxter larold Ketron :k Bower 51. Frampton Ellis Anderson R P Bro P. Goodrich S Hopkins, Jr. 56. J. I. Killorm 57. M. H Blackshear 58. Virlyn Moore 59 Tom W. Connally .Vinship Nunnally 61. T. T Turnbull 62. W. W Patterson 63. Arthur Sullivan ROLL 64. Charlie H Cox 65. Rodney Hill 66. Harold Telford 67. A. L. Hardy 68. J. E D Young 69. W. O. Mashburn 70. H M Scott 71. John A Brown 72. George Hains 73. Dan Y. Sage 74. I C Levy 75. Lansing B. Lee 76. L. Raoul 77. J J.Ragan 78. R S Parker 79 George P. Whitman 80. W. L. Erwin 81 . Harrison Jones 82. C D Cabaniss 83. W G Brantley 84. P. R. Weltner 85. A. H Carmichael 86. R. Kyle Smith 87. W. Brown 88. J. K. McDonald 89 C N. Feidelson 90. Frank Martin 91. H.L.J. Williams 92. R H Jones 93. SO. Smith 94. M S Hodgson 95. H P. Delapenerre 96. F. C Newton 97. Claude Derrick 98. W. C Henson 99. J. B Harris 100. Y.B.Smith 101. D. H. Redfearn 102 Jerome Michael 103 D L Rogers 104 E.V. Carter, Jr 105 J E Lucas H G Bailey 107. E. M Brown 108. AbitN.x 109 O W Franklin 110. E.T.Miller 111 HI Lanham H B Blackshear 113 WFalk, Jr. 114 A R McDonell 115 H.C Hatcher Paul L Bartlett 117. E L Pennington 118. E W Moise 119. C.C Woodruff 120. E.V. Heath 121. Millard Rewis 122. R. B. Troutman 123. Arthur K. Maddox 124. J.L.Sibley 1 25 L D Brown 126. Cliff Brannen 127. G T Northen 128. W. A Mann 129. H. D Meyer 130. B.H.Walton 131. DR. Peacock 132. V. E Durden 133. C.E.Martin 134. E. B Dunlap 1 35. R. L McWhorter 136. R. H Freeman 1 37. Z. S. Cowan 138. E. Morganstern 139. James M. Lynch 140. H.Levy Rogers 141. Bentley H. Chappell 142. Ira Funkenstein 143. Frank Carter 144 T. Rucker Gmn 145. Aaron Bernd 146. Russell H. Patterson 147 Victor Victor H. Hoyt Whelchel 149. L. H. Pinkussohn 150. Clark Howell, J r 151. D K. McKamy 152. David F. Paddock 153. John Henderson 154. Edward) Hardin 1 55. George S. Whitehead 1 56. James B Conyers 157. C.W. Jacobson 1 58. H. L. Hodgson 159. R. W.Wesley 160. G. L Harrison 161. C. M. Tanner 162. W. H Quarterman 163. Robert Callaway, Jr 164. Joel B Mallett 165. Thomas A Thrash 166. MaxL.Segall 167. Hofman Sorrels 168. W O White 169 J. P Stewart 170. N.L Gillis, Jr 171. RoffSims, Jr 172 J. H Carmichael 173. HowardMcCall I H Irvine M Levy 175. Hinton Longino R. W. Courts 177. L H 178 OR Ellars 179 R. H West 180 R. L Foreman. Jr 181. J.M Hatcher 182. Dewey Knight 183. Louis S Davis 184. W.P.Zachry 185. Irvine Phinizy 186. R D O ' Callaghan 187. Charles M. Candler 188. W.M.Dallas 189. Claude HSatterfield 190. F.W. Harrold 191. W. D. Miller 192. Arthur Pew 193 R. E. L Spence 194. C.W. Slack 195. John R. Slater 1%. E. Way Highsmith 197. A. M.Day 198. C M. Strahan 199. H. H. Mangum 200. W. H. Stephens 201. J.B.Ford 202. Nathan Jolles 203. Owen Reynolds 204 J.P.Carson 205. W. D. Durden 206. W B. Cody 207. M. A McRainey 208. W. F. Daniel 209. E.H.Dixon 210 F. C McClure 211. L. H.Hill 212. J.J.Clark 213 C.A.Lewis 214. J.J. Bennett, Jr. 215. Alton Hosch 216. C.C.Henry 217. J.K.Harper 218. H H Maddox 219. J.L.Watson 220. CR Anderson 221. E M.Curr 222. H M Cleckley, III 223. W C.Carter, Jr. William Tate 225. C F. Wiehrs 226. John Fletcher 227 J. D Thomason 228 John Hosch, J r 229 Tom F. Creen, Jr 230 W. E. Sewell 231. Lester Hargrett 232. C L Bowen 233 M E Kilpatrick 234. J. D Allen 235. H D Shattuck 236. George Morton 237. C H. Nixon 238. A. A Marshall 239. C. N Mell 240. E. P. Rogers W T.Forbes. Jr. C S Johnson 243 RollmJ Chambliss HONORARY MEMBERS 244. Ernest Camp, Jr. 245. Allen Post 246. A. S.Clay, III 247. KellsBoland 248. Ivey Shivers, Jr. 249. William H.Young 250. Isaac K. Hay 251 George E. Florence, Jr. 252. Thomas A. Nash 253. Tom J. Hamilton, Jr. 254. BenH. Hardy, Jr. 255. Hall L. Stancil 256. Daniel C Tulley 257. R.L.Patterson, Jr. 258. Hoke S. Wofford 259. John S Candler, 1 1 260. G B. Lautzenheiser 261. Rufus B. Jennings 262. Craig Barrow, Jr. 263. Robert B. Hooks 264. Joseph H. Boland 265. Guy C. Hamilton 266. James J. Harris 267. William J. Kline, Jr. 268. Kankakee Anderson 269. J. Ernest Palmour, Jr. 270. Henry Palmer 271. Kelly McCutcheon 272. Guerry Harris 273. Douglas Feagin, Jr. 274. Mattox L. Purvis 275. Joseph M. Oliver 276. Marvin Cox 277. Ellis GArnall 278. Herbert Maffett 279. Sanford Sanford 280. John W. Maddox 281. MarkHollis 282. W. C. Latimer 283. Vernon S. Smith 284. W. M. Strickland 285. James W. Mclntire 286. Marion Gaston 287. McCarthy Crenshaw 288. William Hazelhurst 289. Leroy S.Young 290. Frederick Solomon 291. VirlynB. Moore Jr 292. William T. Maddox Jr 293. J. M.Richardson, Jr. 294. Morton S. Hodgson, Jr 295. T. R. Thigpen, Jr. 296. Robert G Stephens, Jr. 297. John Wesley Calhoun 298. DeNean Stafford, J r 299. John Bond 300. Harry Baxter 301 . Winburn T. Rogers 302. John Dan Bowden 303. J. Carl Strong 304. A. Lee Rogers 305 James Walter Wise 306. William T Bennett, Jr. 307. William Colbert Hawkins 308. Robert T Anderson 309. WadeC. Hoyt, Jr. 310. Charles C Harrold. Jr. 31 1. Ben Anderson, Jr 312. Edward H. Baxter 313. Dyar Massey 314. Anderson Roddenberry 315. Morris Abram 316. Floyd C. Newton, Jr. 317. Quinton Lumpkin 318. Robert B. Troutman, Jr. 319. Robert P. McCuen 320. A. G. Cleveland, Jr. 321 . Robert C. Norman 322. Julian Halliburton 323. Lee Price 324. Howell Hollis 325. Alex McCaskill 326. Stanford Smith 327. Lee Newton 328. Jack Matthews 329. Ernest Vandiver 330. Frank Gunn 331. Alpha Fowler, Jr. 332. C. Jay Smith, J r 333. B.C.Gardner, Jr. 334. VernerChaffm 335. John C. Meadows, Jr. 336. Chff C. Kimsey 337. Thomas C. Pen land 338. John B. Miller 339. W. A. Partee, Jr. 340. IrbyExley 341 . Frank Sinkwich 342. Murray Norman 343. Forrest Champion 344. George D. Lawrence 345. Jesse Bowles 346. James P. Miller 347. Charles Trippi 348. Jimmy DeLay 349. Fluker Stewart Left to right, seated: Henry A Shinn, Wil liam M. Crane. Standing: Charles Trippi. Fluker Stewart, Jimmy Delay. A— H Brown Y- B — G Butler Z- C — 0. S. Sibley AA - D—D. E Dougherty BB- E_W. H.Harris CC- F—H Bacon DD- C— W.P.Hall EE- H — F. K. Boland FF - I — H G Colvm GG - J — W S Cothran HH - K _ W Spain 1 1 L — John Dorsey J j - M—FR Mitchell KK- N — HDodd LL- O— C. H Black MM- P _ W. R. Tichenor NN- Q—G T.Jackson 00- R_W. B.H.II PP- S— C M Snelling 00- T— David C. Barrow RR- U-RE Park SS - V— H.C.White TT- W— A. MSoule UU- X— W. H. Bocock - S. V. Sanford - C. M Strahan - H. J. Stegeman - Sylvanus Morris - G. F. Peabody - E. A. Lowe -T J.Woofter - T W. Reed - Harry Mehre - H. N. Edmunds - Harold Hirsch - Edgar L. Sec rest - Harmon W. Caldwell - Paul W. Chapman - Robert R. Gunn - John D. Wade - Hughes Spalding - Charles H Herty - E. M Coulter - W. O Payne - Wallace Butts - W. M. Crane - H A Shinn Whoi Who AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES at ja. t(. m V x V HI y r Frank Cheatham Flonnc Gould Dempvcy Lc.ich John E. Sheffield irbjrj Adams iitmc Costello on Hargrcavcs layton Logjn olon Stewart Thomji Anjil George Cunningham Kenneth Henson Mary Gray Murray Flutter Stewart D.ivid Bowers Virginia Dcklc H.irold Holhngsworth Jctfcrvon Newborn Joe Tercshinski Pope Brock B C Gardner George Jcmigan Wilbur A Orr Robert Tuck Emm.i Sug Brumby Sam Gardner Jack Johnson Thomas C Pcnland Frank Wesley Oftti ' crcH fcelta Kappa Omicron Delta Kappa is a national honorary fraternity. The purpose of the fraternity is to recognize true merit and general ability. Seniors are tapped in the Fall and Juniors in the Spring. Election is based on an extremely strict point list. OFFICERS Buddy Hargreaves President Elmo Hester Vice President jimmy Hammond Secretary Dean Alvin Biscoe Treasurer FRANK CHEATHAM JIMMY DeLAY B. C. CARDNER SAM CARDNER )IMMY HAMMOND BUDDY HARGREAVES ELMO HESTER WILLIS JOHNSON DEMPSEY, LEACH ABIT MASSEY JIMMY MOORE JOHN MOBLEY JEFF NEWBERN WILBUR ORR TOM PENLAND CURTIS PROVEAUX FRED SCOTT JOHN SHEFFIELD FLUKER STEWART CORDON TRULOCK No picture : TOM CLARK CAPERS HOLMES 1 _L „ . ■ INITIATION GENE ALEXANDER NEAL ALFORD BILL ARIAIL BILL BOWICK DAVE BOWERS WALTER CALHOUN FRANK CHEATHAM CLARENCE CLAY GEORGE CUNNINCHAM WALTER DAWSON JIMMY De LAY ] C DENTON DON DOWNS ED DUNLAP ROBERT DUNLAP CORDON FIELDS B C. GARDNER SAM GARDNER BEN GARVIN BILL GLENN SAM GUY LEON HARGREAVES ' IAN HARRISON KENNETH HENSON Secret £ccjetij OFFICERS Jeff Newbsrn President Buddy Hargreaves Secretary-Treasurer ELMO HESTER ARTHUR HEYMAN JOHN HILL NORWOOD HIGHSMITH GEORGE JERNICAN BOB JOINER SAUNDERS JONES CHARLES KIMBRELL DEMPSEY LEACH CLAYTON LOGAN KIRK McALPIN GEORGE McKENNY ABIT MASSEY JOHN MOBLEY WALLACE MORGAN JIMMY MOORE RE ID MOSELY FRANK MYERS HENRY NEAL JEFF NEWBERN WILBUR ORR J. C. PAUL TOM PENLAND L. Y. PITTARD JULIAN QUATTLEBAUM HUGH QUILLIAN MAC RICHEY CHARLES ROYAL CARL SANDERS FRED SCOTT JOHN SHEFFIELD KAY STANLEY COLON STEWART FLUKER STEWART BILLY SOLMS LUCIUS TEASLEY BOB TOLLETT BILL TROTTER GORDON TRULOCK ROBERT TUCK ALVIS WEATHERLY FRANK WESLEY KISER WHATLEY VAN NOY WIER CLAYTON WILKES ROBERT WILLIAMS BILLY WILLIAMSON f l Q f% aft a . , Alforrt Ari.nl HriWicI Chrilh.im C1.iv CunninRh.im D.iwson Dcliy Dcnl ' in E Dunljp R Dunljp Fields G.udncr S- Gardner GARVIN GLENN GUY HARCREAVES HARRISON HENSON HESTER HEYMAN HILL HIGHSMITH JERNIGAN JOINER 1UNES KIMBRELL LEACH LOGAN McALPIN McKENNY MASSEY MOBLEY MORGAN MOORE MOSELY MYERS NEAL NEWBERN ORR PAUL PENLAND PITTARD RICHEY ROYAL SANDERS SCOTT SHEFFIELD STANLEY C STEWART F. STEWART TEASLEY TOLLETT TRULOCK TUCK WEATHERLY WESLEY WIER WILKES WILLIAMS WILLIAMSON Slue Heif Blue Key is a national honorary organization composed of outstanding students and faculty members. Members are elected from five fields, leadership, scholarship, ath- letics, publications and forensics. Juniors are elected in the spring and seniors m the fall. OFFICERS Sam Gardner President B C Gardner Vice President Abit Massey Secretary-Treasurer .t C Cy fi i % % It BILL ARIAIL CURTIS BEALL DAVE BOWERS WILLIS BRADFORD FRANK CHEATHAM GEORGE CUNNINGHAM |IMMY DeLAY | C DENTON GEORGE DOSS GORDON FIELDS B C GARDNER SAM GARDNER ALBERT GRIMES |IMMY HAMMOND NORMAN HARRISON LEON HARCREAVES KENNETH HENSON ELMO HESTER GEORGE |ERNIGAN |ACK JOHNSON DEMPSEY LEACH ABIT MASSEY JOHN MOBLEY |IMMY MOORE HERBERT MORGAN JEFF NEWBERN TOM PENLAND CARLSO PHILLIPS BILL PRESTON ELLIS SIKES JOHN SHEFFIELD KAY STANLEY NED STEPHENS FLUKER STEWART BOB TUCK FRANK WESLEY No picture: FRANK NORRIS £ i{ta 4 Biftad Service Club is an honorary club for freshmen and first quarter sophomores. Election is on basis of points given for scholarship and extra curricular activities. Its purpose is to render service to the University and its students. OFFICERS President Dave Bowers Vice President Fred Sturges Secretary jimmy Lawson Treasurer Fred Scott Board of Directors Frank Maloof Bill Carter Abit Massey Neophytes entertain members and dotes at Fall Quarter Banquet First Row: Upshaw Bentlcy, Dave Bowers, Bill Burson. Bill Carter. James Cheves. Clarence Clay. Charles Collins. Lamar Gibson. Second Row: Jimmy Ham- mond. Rene Hawkins. Elmo Hester. Arthur Hcyman. Marshall Hirsch, Robert Joiner. Jimmy Lawson. Frank Maloof. Abit Massey. Third Row: Fred Scott. Pratt Sccrest. Lawton Shaw. Charles Sikes, Pierce Smith. Walter Smith. Fred Sturges. Frank Wesley. Billy Williamson. No Picture: Joe Chesna. Don Downs. Frank Norris. Miles Sheffer. %£ 4lfc to m Ck c ft 1 Alpha Phi Omega Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity composed of men who were former Boy Scouts . The local chapter sponsors the Polio Drive, C-Day Track Meet, Cake Race, furnishes guides and informa- tion booths on necessary days, and performs numerous other worth- while projects. Summer and Fall Hoyt Simpkins. . . Pierce Smith William J. Shortt. Bill Burson Hes Zacr OFFICERS Winter and Spring President , . . William J. Shortt Vice-President Charles Shepherd .... Recording Secretary Robert J Smith . . Corresponding Secretary Bev Asbury Treasurer Warren Beale Below: At one of the regular Tuesday afternoon meetings in the Sfrahan House some of the members gather around as First Term President Hoyt Simkins congratulates Bill Shortt on his election as President for the remainder of the year. No Picture: Billy Adams John Beckendorf Charles Cregorie Michael Mollica Bishop Pirkle Wade Allen Bev Asbury Warren Beale W. C. Blasingame William H. Burson Eddy Celfand W. T. Holland Abit Massey Aaron Menzin Grady Smith Robert J. Smith Pierce Smith Roger Simmons Charles Shepherd Host Simpkins William J. Shortt William Tucker Zack Varnedoe A. M. Weatherly Revenal Winge Charles Zachary Above: At the President ' s Birthday B.ill a few members of Alpha Phi Omega, seniors on the football team, and the Banner Herald Sports Editor. Left: Miss Midge Lovcll. Sandcrsvillc. elected Miss Alpha Phi Omega of 1947 and crowned Queen of the President ' s Birthday Ball. " " f i • Alpha lambda h e I t a Alpha Lambda Delta is an honorary fraternity for freshmen women. It encourages high scholastic average, promotes a higher standard of living and develops leadership. It was founded nationally in 1924 and was installed here in 1934. Ethendge President Aronson Vice President Andrews Secretary O ' Brien Treaturer MEMBERS: Ann Andrews Phyllis Aronson Elizabeth Beatty " Patricia Beauchamp Evelyn Bird Mary Brown " George Ann Bulfin Alice Chandler Agnes Chapman Angie Claridy Yvonnie M. Cordray Reva Ann Dame Elizabeth Etheridge Lucile Flanders June Catlm Betty Faye Goldstein Betty Louise Green Sara Horovin Elizabeth Jones °Manlyn Kelly Paula Leech Louise Leonard Gern Mattel Madge McCord Elizabeth Middleton Gretchen Mingledorff Dorothy O ' Brien Mildred Ann Pendley " Barbara Scheeler Nancy Sorrells Corlyn Weekley John Ann Westbrook Norma Young °Judy Zalkow No Pictun P k i Cta £ f tn Phi Eta Sigma offers to every aspiring male freshman an honorary recognition of his scholastic achievement. Membership is open to all who make a ninety-two average, for the first two quarters, or a ninety average for the first three quarters. OFFICERS Kirk McAlpin President Kenneth Brunner Vice President William Burson . . ..Secretary-Treasurer William Tate Faculty Adviser KIRK McALPIN CHARLTON CLARK ROBERT GIBSON HAMILTON HOLT GEORGE MADDOX KENNETH BRUNNER CHARLES COLLINS LAMAR GIBSON JACK HUDSON LAMBETH MAYES ALTON P. BROWN GEORGE FURNIVAL STANLEY HIRSCH WERNER LINZ m WILLIAM BURSON PAT EVANS JAMES HAMMOND CHARLES JOHNSON JOHN ROGERS ft : 5. No lecture: William A Balk Clarence Blount Raymond Marden Julian Quattlebaum Alfred W. Scott, Jr George E Scott RENE HAWKINS SAUNDERS JONES OFFICERS Ann Andrews President Carolyn Nunnally Secretary-Treasurer Z Club is an honorary society for freshmen women, founded here in 1934. It sponsors the annual Co- ordinate Stunt Night. Alice Chandler nger Jane Cray Webb OFFICERS Leroy Dorminy President Billy Williamson Vice President Jimmy DeLay Secretary-Treasurer The X Club is a service organization founded by President S V. Sanfrod in 1932 Twice a year upper-classmen who have displayed industry, ability, and merit are elected to membership. m ± MEMBERS Tom Addis Curtis Beall Dave Bowers Bill Bowick Frank Cheatham George Cunningham Jimmy DeLay Leroy Dorminy B C Gardner Bill Greene Rene Hawkins Kenneth Henson Elmo Hester Saunders Jones • Bob Joiner Beverly Langford Harold Maguire Abit Massey Lambeth Mayes John Mobley Tom Penland Curtis Prove.: Mac Riei Fred Scott Pratt Sec rest John Rob Gordon TruL Bill, fo e tit c J t he man terarif Demosthenian Literary Society, the oldest of its kind on the campus or in the state, was founded in 1801, and has been very active since that time. At present there are approximately two hundred active members. Dr Albert Saye has served as faculty or of Demosthenian for a number of years. FALL QUARTER Dave Bowers ....President Hoyt Simpkin Walter Smith. . . George Anderson . . Bill Short- Clay Michael. . .Vice President . Secretary-Treasurer Chief Justice . . . .Associate Justice . . .Associate Justice Jimmy DeLay Solicitor-General Jeff Newbern Parliamentarian Dempsey Leach . . .Sergeant-at-Arms Elmo Hest Custodian Preston Hill Assistant Custodian Carl Savage Assistant Custodian Shorn Don Hill 1801 rA O - 1 Bowers Simpkim WINTER QUARTER George Doss ... Pre Preston Hill.., ...Vice President Bill Short! . . Secretary-Treasurer George Anderfon. . Chief Justice Oscar Smith. .Associate Justice Clay Micl ' ' -ociate Justice Jimmy Hammo " d .Solicitor-General Frank Hamilton . . . . .Parliamentarian Dave Bov. Sergeant-at-Arms John McManus . . Custodian Assistant Custodian H P Woods . Assistant Custodian cciettf TOM ABRAHAM CURTIS ALLEN FRANCIS ALLEN ARNOLD ANDERSON CHARLES BARCENCAU JACK BARNETT |. | BENNETT ALLEN BOWERS CHARLES BOSHARDT FREDERICK BLOCK Le|UNE BRADLEY GEORGE BURTON BOBBY BUSH TOMMY BURNS GRADY BANKS SAM BURGESS ALBERT BRUCKNER ALBERT BENNARD NORMAN CARNES CAREY CARTER WILLIAM CARTER S P. CARR PAUL CHAPMAN LOUIS CHENEY ELDRIDGE CARNES DAVID GATES FRANK CHEEK FAIN CHAMBERS RICHARD CHAMBERS WILLIAM CLEGHORN CARSWELL COBB IIMMIE COPELAND IOHN CONNELL KEN DeRENNE WALTER DAWSON BLAKE DAVIS |OE DIXON BOB DAVIS PAUL DIETRICKSON LESTER DOLLAR LEROY DORM I NY JAMES DONNEGAN BOB DUNLAP JESSIE DUBOSE B. C. DOWDY CHARLES ENGLISH DAVID ENGLISH | L FLOYD EARL FLOYD JIM FORT HENRY FAI HUGH FOWLER MIKE GANNAM EDWARD GELFAND DICK GNANN BILLY GREER B G GARDNER JOHN GROOVER JOHN GREGORIE IULIAN HARGREAVES LEON HARGREAVES GEORGE HIGHTOWER SMITH HAYWOOD GERALD HOOKS W T HOLLAND BEN T. HUIET TOM HUTCH INS IOHN HINKLE H G JARRARD ROYCE JOHNSON WILLIS JOHNSON EZRA JONES JIM LUNEY FRANK MALOOF OLIVER MALCOM DUDLEY MARTIN STARR Ml! BOBBY MITCHf IOHN MOF JIMMY MOORE ABIT MASSE Y JACK McGINTY JIM McLAIN MELBIME McLENDON LAMAR McGINN IS HARRY McCARD ROBERT McKELLY BOB NICHOLSON EMM IT NOLAN ROBERT OCONEN FRED OAKS WILBUR ORR TOM PARKER TOM PADGETT EDDIE RAMSBORTHAN MELVIN RIFKIN BOB RIVENBACH C A. ROYAL VICTOR ROYAL JOHN SHEFFIELD DAN SMITH |.T SMITH GRADY SMITH LARRY SMITH |ACK SMITH ROBERT | SMITH PIERCE SMITH FRED STURGES WESLEY SHUMAN CHARLES SHEPHERD FLUKER STEWART ERNEST SUMNER FRANK SIMMONS HAROLD SANDERS BILL SIMPSON GEORGE TAYLOR WILLIAM TUCKER KEN TUCKER N THOMAS GEORGE THOMPSON JAKE WESTBROOK JAMES WATSOr I RICHARD WATKINS ROBERT WELDON FRANK Wl ALVIS WEATHERLY CLAXTON WALDROOP W C MIMS WILKINSON WENCH LL WEAVER BOB WILLIAMS RICHARD V .VRIGHT TE HARRY W GEORGE WHEE ED WYNN WADE USSERY C A YARBROl BOB VAND IAMES VAI INA VAN! BONDER BILL BED; LEONARD IOHN KNOX ALBERT LUFFt ROBERT ' ' ROBEK MOR JOE WILK CLAUDE I IOHN ROD RILEY GAR: VILLIAMS GEORGE HUCKABEE ALLEN FINLEY ANS Phi H a p p a The officers discuss current issues of the day. BILLY ADAMS J L DODD ED ADERHOLT ED DUNLAP W. M ALEXANDER BILL EBERSOLE BEV ASB WHIT FORRESTER C P ATKINSON SAM GARDNER BOB BAILEY BILL CAY HORACE BATTEY HARRY GILLAN JOE BEUTELL JOEL GOLDBERG HERBERT BLACK LAURON GOLDSMIIH |ACK BRAIL BILL GOOD H T BRICE HOWARD HALL H. P. BL JULIAN HARTRIDGE L. F. BUTTOLPH ORVILLE HECKMAN W. H CANDLER ARTHUR HEYMAN ED CASTLETON KENNETH HENSON JOE CHEELY STANLEY HIRSCH CLARENCE CLAY TOM HONEA CHARLES CRAWFORD WALTER KELLY CEORCE CUNNINGHAM HERBERT KOLODKIN GEORGE DANIEL CHARLES LAMBDIN KEN DENTON FALL QUARTER OFFICERS Nelson B. Stephens Clarence Clay President First Vice President Kirk McAlpin Second Vice-President Roger L. Simmons . . . Secretary-Treasurer Theo Yeager Chief Justice Adams Black Cunningham Goldberg Alexander Brail Daniel Good Asbury Bncc Dodd Hall Atkinson Burt Dunlap Hartridgo Bailey Candler Forrester Hcckman Battcv Chccly Gardner Hcyman Bcutell Clay Gay Hcnson 3 939 1 ?.,; V 1% -: lit e a a t i $ c c WILLIAM LEPPENCOTT ROGER SIMMONS BOB LYONS DOYLE SPEARS SIDNEY MARCUS NELSON STEPHENS RICHARD MATHIS JIMMY ST. JOHN KIRK McALPIN W. L. STRIBLING DON McKELVEY J. H. SWIFT JIM McKENZIE BILL THOMAS HAP McNEEL EDWARD TOOLE WARREN MITCHELL L. R. TOWSON GEORGE MONTGOMERY ZACK VARNEDOE MILTON MURRAY JOHN WALKER J. A. NAISMITH A. B. WALLACE CHARLES NEWTON BILL WALLACE RHODES PERDUE JULIAN WILLINGHAM W. C PETERS TERRY WINGFIELD CADESMAN POPE TATE WRIGHT R. T. RICKS THEO YEACER BILL ROBERTS CUS T. YORK GEORGE RUSHING BOB YOUNG CARL SANDERS CHARLES ZACHRY PHIL SHAEFER WINTER QUARTER OFFICERS Clarence Clay President James McKenzie First Vice President Julian Willingham Second Vice President Roger Simmons Secretary-Treasurer W. H. Candler Chief Justice Bev Asbury Associate Justice Ned Stephens Associate Justice Lyman Buttolph Sergeant-at-Arms Honcj Newton Shacfcr Towson Kolodkin Perdue Simmons Varnedce L.imbdm Peters Spears Walker McAlpin Pope Stephens Wallace McKclvey Ricks St. John Yeager - McKenzie Roberts Swift York Naismith Rushing Thomas Young $ 9 9 ' ■) 9 VarJ tif fceltate Team The University of Georgia Varsity Debate Team attended the National Pi Kappa Delta tournament at Bowling Green, Ohio, from April 6 to April 10, 1947, debating the national topic: Resolved, That Labor Should Have a Direct Share in the Management of Industry. Intercollegiate debates have been held with Wake Forest, The University of South Carolina, The University of North Carolina, and others A Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta, national honorary forensics society, was chartered on The University of Georgia campus early in 1947. A fcJktfc Kirk McAlpin . . Ralph Williams. Manager .Faculty Advisor MEMBERS DICK CARR FRANK CHEATHAM CLARENCE CLAY KENNETH HENSON KIRK McALPIN OSCAR SMITH NED STEPHENS ROBERT YOUNG rt Pi Heet Club and JJhher Circle PIONEER CLUB MEMBERS PIONEER INNER CIRCLE MEMBERS NANCY LEE BOXLEY SUG BRUMBY MARY COFER JACKIE COOPER LOUISE EAVENSON ANNE ELLIOTT BETTY CRINER ANNE GROVES JEAN GWYNN CAROLYN JARRETT CHARM MAITEN SUE MARSH HARRIETTE McPHAUL FRANCES McWHIRTER BETTY SMITH JANE SPARKS MARQUILLA STUCKEY MARY ANNE SUTTON BETSY TALLEY JANE GRAY WEBB LOUISE WOODRUFF Nancy Hull Margaret Carrethcrs Catherine Pritchctt Gerry Dwitxcns { ' resident i n i Prnidnt Set retary 1 n a urer Mazie Alman Ann Andrews Jo Bearsc Catherine Black she Frances Bryan Jane Carey Chris Costcllo Marjonc Foster Nan Ivey Martha A. Kelly Ginky Moore Jackie Odom B. J. Parr Frances Seckingcr Eugenis Weisingcr Lucy Yancey No picture: Dorothy Kautman Amelia Brumby Margaret A. Hcaton Lillian Pace Phi h e I t a Phi . . . International Legal Fraternity. Founded at the University of Michigan ii Wilson Inn Chapter established at Georgia in 1922. OFFICERS Tom Howard, Jr . William Solms. . Wallace Morgan. Charles Lokc . . . President .Vice President Secretary . Treasurer a mm a , c Juli.in Bennett Dcmpsey Leach iry Turner Paschall Pope Brock Charles Lokey Oscar Manon Smith. James Delay Richard McCauley George Thornwell Smith Gordon Lee D.ckcnv Jr James Moore Will. am K Si S.im Gardner limn rank Myers William Solrm Thomas Howard Henry Neal Joseph Whittle James B Landlord Jeff Ncwbcrn. Jr Lccn Wilson Not pictured above Adrian S Bacon. Thomas Barksdale, Foy Evans, Pope Mclntirc. Wallace Morgan. John Milan. J.irdme Carter Perkins, John Prodgers. Hubert Quillian, William Trotter, and Francis Watson 7 e t a Phi C t Zeta Phi Eta, the oldest professional fraternity in its field, was founded to bring to- gether groups of selected college women interested in maintaining high standards of speech and drama, to build a professional philosophy for women engaged in the speech profession, and to stimulate and encourage all worthy speech and dramatic enteq i OFFICERS Betty Jo Bonner President Wilma Eleazer Vice President and Secretary Dorothy Chapman Treasurer MEMBERS Margaret Rigby Maxine Shapiro Frances Allen Alumnae Adviser Miss Vance Faculty Adviser h i $ a m m a H a p p a Miss Carolyn Vance. Frances Adams. . . . Left to right: Mis. Claude Singleton, Lib Tcaslcy. and Eugene Haynci. OFFICERS . .Faculty Advisor .Alumnae Advisor OFFICERS Left to right: Bill Shortt. Treasurer; Helen Cox, Vice President; Stuart Hopkins, President; and Dot Chapman, Secretary. MEMBERS Bill Bowick Mary Anne Brown Dorothy Chapman Helen Cox Michael Drane Wilmer Elearer Ruth Estes William ). Glenn Bill Greene Eugene Haynes •uart Hopkins ; B Mahan Barbara S l ■ pson .ver Lib Teasley Amelia Knoedler ' rd Singleton N Pratt Secrest i S Denny Lett to right Dotothy Chapman. Bill Short! Helen Co». Stuart Hopkmv Wilmer Eleaxct. second tow. Amelia Knoedler. Barbara Sikev Betty Joe Bonnet. Lib Tcailey. Martha Thompson. Bob Tollett; thud tow. Putt Secrest. Joe Mahan. Clitt Denny. Maty Ann Brown. Bill Glenn i Dcklc Irv.n Bryan Murr.iy 7 k e t a £ i $ m a P k i Theta Sigma Phi, an honorary journalism fraternity for women, was founded at the University of Washington in 1909 and the Chapter here was established in 1929. MEMBERS FRANCES BRYAN HELEN COX FRANCES CUNNINGHAM VIRGINIA DEKLE ANNE DIXON MARY DOZIER MARY FLANIGEN ELIZABETH IRVIN HASTY MARLOWE JOYCE MATTHEWS ANN MITCHELL MARY GRAY MURRAY LAURA PERRY ANNETTE PIRKLE CATHERINE WOODMAN OFFICERS Virginia Dekle. . . . President Elizabeth Irvin Vice President Frances Bryan ... Secretary Mary Gray Murra ... Treasurer Cunningham Doner Mitchell P.rklc Woodman £ i $ ft a k e t t a C k I Sigma Delta Chi is a national professional journalism fraternity. It co-operates with the Journalism School in sponsoring the Georgia Collegiate Press Association, the Georgia Press Institute, and the Georgia Scholastic Press Association. OFFICERS George Doss President Bill Burson Vice President Lambeth Mayes Secretary -Treasurer Three member pow with honoranes First Row: George Anderson. Bill Bowick. Bill Burson. D.iv( Bowers. Lc|unc Bradley, Sam Burgess, and Kcntwynn OcRcnne Second Row: George Doss. A. H. Oranc. Lonzic Dukes. Orvillc Gaines. Pope Hill. Clarence Jackson, and Willis Johnson. Third Row: Rufus Joscy. Chandler Lamer. Harold Latham. Arthur Love. Lambeth Mayes. Roy Powell, and Roger Simmons. Fourth Row: Charles Smith. Harry Spitzcr, Flukcr Stewart. Lucius Tcasley. Charles Warnock. Luther Watson, and Frank Wesley. No Picture: Lyman Buttolph. Cliff Denny. Don Downs, James Hale, Jce Mahan. Edwin Pope. A p ft a Kappa P A i The Alpha Kappa Psi, Professional Fraternity in Commerce, was founded at New York University October 5, 1904, and incorporated under the laws of the State of New York May 20, 1905. The Alpha Epsilon Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Psi on the University of Georgia campus was installed May 13, 1922 During 1942 the chapter was placed on a war- time inactive status under the supervision of its faculty members and was reactivatea in January V OFFICERS Raymond Lester Ben Stewart Joseph D. McMahon. Charles Johnson President .Vice President Treasurer Secretary Charles Royal Master of Rituals Si Lcc Jerkins Chjrles Royjl o fx L.Ky I Bradford Ch.ulct Johnson Ben Stcwjrt Ourle drier L.iwrcncc Loh Ernest S(onc Louis Check Hcwcll M.inn Mjrl.n Tjlly Rjlph Connor Chjrles A McClurc Richjrd W KKoncr M.ircus DcBjrdclibcn Joseph McMjhon Erwm Will Ben Huilf Hjrry Pence Vjn Nov W.cr N it pictured .ibovc Ferns Cinn Randolph Gibson. L.iwrcncc B Kelly, Raymond Lester, jnd Sam Silver. grnTn£fc Pi Chapter 9nternaticnal fraternity j Williams Delta Sigma Pi is a fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce; and to further a high standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the commur 1 Q 5 ? English ErquiM Ray Braccwcll OFFICERS Robert W. Williams Head Master Charles M. English Senior Warden Joseph M Erquitt lunior Warden H. Verner Ray Treasurer Donald F. Bracewel I Scribe FACULTY MEMBERS DEAN ALVIN B BISCOE PROF. JOHN F BURKE PROF THOMAS ) CRITTENDEN PROF HAROLD M HECKMAN DR LAWRENCE P McC • ABRAHAM, THOMAS BANKS. W. GRADY BARBER, HENRY E BARBER. MILE BLASINGAME. FREDERICK E BOYD, OLIN B . JR fa e 1 1 a £ i $ m a Pi BUCKLER, ALONZO M. BUSH. ROBERT K CARR. RALPH W. JR CLECHORN, WILLIAM K CRITES, DALE A. DAGCY, WAYNE C DAVIS, WYLIE P ENGLISH, DAVID L FARR, RAYMOND C FINLEY, HOYT P. GARRETT, CHARLES S. GUY. JOHN T. HAWKINS. JOHN RENE HILL, |. PRESTON HILLEY. AUBREY B . JR LANE. CHARLES E. LEE. WILLIAM W„ JR LOMAX. JOHN H MADDOX, GEORGE W. MAFFETT, MYRTUS W MALCOLM, OWEN H. MALONE. SIDNEY L McGARITY. STUART W. McMANUS. JOHN A.. )R. MORGAN, HUNTON L NUTT. THOMAS A, JR. ODOM. JOSEPH R. PADGETT, THOMAS V., JR PLEVACK. PAUL J. RIVENBARK, ROBERT SALMON, JAMES E. SETTLE. WALTER V. SHORTT. WILLIAM J TAYLOR. MACK. |R WAITE, ARTHUR H, III WESTBROOK. MILTON H. Members without pictures: BALK. ROBERT S BENNETT. J DONALD BERRYMAN. LAWRENCE T. BLEAKLEY. EDWARD A BLOUNT, CLARENCE D BRIGMAN. VANCE L. BRUCKNER, ALBERT R CALLOWAY. WILLIAM L. CROSBY. NIXON T. DeLAY. JAMES C HAMILTON. FRANK E.. HARMON. JOSEPH R. INGRAM. ROBERT E JOYNER. EARWIN LEE KING. WALTER R MALOOF. FRANK NICHOLES. HAROLD E JR PADGETT. LINDSEY W. PHILLIPS. WILLIAM ROACH. JESSE SULLIVAN. JOHN ). THOMAS. HENRY HODGSON WEATHERLY. ALVIS M. WERT. WILLIAM H. YEAGER. THEODORE H. THE GEORGIA BULLDOGS THREE SHARPS AND A NATURAL Barbara Wood. Charles Skinner, Curtis Paris, David Paris George Enloe Leader Barbara Wood Vocalist Ed Murdock Vocalist |immy Edwards Piano Jim Wright Drums )im Buckner Guitar Bip Edwards Base Harold McCard Saxophone Alec Crittendof Saxophone Bill Donaldson . . . Saxophone Warren Little . . . Saxophone J. T. Smith . . .Saxophone Preston Hill . .Trumpet Luther Rollins Trumpet John Christopher. . . .Trumpet Stewart McGanry. . . . . . Trombone A P. Brindley . . .Trombone Bjrb.uj Wood. Vocalist UNIVERSITY BAND Mwnl MAJORETTES BETTY BUICE LYNN MARTIN PAT MERRELL JOY SMITH ZELDA SYMAN REE TEASLEY Tcjslcy Smith A H X I! till SOL ABR BOB AUSTIN U AVERA LEONARD BACEN •1 BLACK CAROLYN BOND WILLIAM BOYt EY BUICE CORNELIUS DAVIS |OE DECOSIMO JAMES DENSON CHARLES DEVON ELOISE DOUGLAS DORA DUNSON DICK ELLISON GEORGE ENLOE ORRIE EVERS ANNE CRAYDON •IK HARMON MIKE • SAM KRA. MILTON LATH -REN LITTLE CHARLES MITCHELL EDDIE MILLER HARRY MURRAY BILLY MYRICK HAROLD McCARD |AMES McCOY LUTHER ROLLINS JOHN ROPER ANNELLE SEMPLEY BUDDY SNEAD J.T.SMITH R H SMITI BOB WAGGONER BILL WALLACE FRED WELDON BRYAN WHITE .CES WO WRIGHT KATHRYN WR Mjrtm tittle iftit tohif Orchestra Conductor: Hugh Hodgson Associate Conductor: Harris Mitchell STRINGS Concert Master: Robert Harrison Violins: Fredrick Block, Duncan Burnet, Vincent Schroder, Tomilson Fort, E. C. Cefzman, Betty Mitchell, Sigmund Cohn, Carol Jones, Elizabeth Middleton Violas: Ralph Hodgson, Mary Quigley ' Celli: Rudolph Katrina, Anne Pendley, Polly Perkins Johnson Double Bass: Margaret Lowndes Whatley BRASS Horns: Harris Mitchell, Milton Lathem, Bernadene Vorhees Trumpet: Carolyn Bond, George Enloe Trombones: Charles Devon, A. P. Brindley Tymphani: Charles Snead Piano: William Johnson WOODWINDS Flutes: Warren Little, Leon P Smith Clarinets: Frances Woodruff, Rob- ert Waggoner, Anne Craydon Hfl e n ' A (j I e e Club Clayton Logan . . Alva Pendergrass. Bob English. . . . President . . .Vice President . Business Manager LAWRENCE AKERS CHARLES AKINS BILL ALEXANDER HARRY BARTON GEORGE BETSILL CASON BRUKER OTHO BUTLER BOBBY BUSH JULIAN BRIDGES FRED BIRCHMORE DAVE BOWERS KENNETH BRUNNER RICHARD BULLOCK WESLEY BERRYMAN ROBERT BROWNING HERBERT BLACK ERNEST BENNETT CLARENCE BROWN DUFF IE BURGESS C W BURTON WALTER COOK CLIFF COLLIER BOBBY CHASTAIN PIERCE CLINE CARSWELL COBB BILLY CHRISTIAN RANDALL COUCH WALTER CONEY M G de la RUE HUGH DEEN BILL DRENNON GEORGE DANIEL WALTER DAWSON BOB DUNLAP BOB ENGLISH GEORGE ENLOE D. FORMAN LOYD FACKLER E. |. FRIED CHARLES GREINER DONALD GOLDMAN FRED HOLMAN |IM GRIFFITH PRESTON HILL WILLIAM HILL BEN HARRIS FRANK HARRISON EDWIN HANCOCK TOM HONEA JOE HILL HERBERT HOOVER RALPH HELENKER JACK HALLENCE JEAN JENKINS HARRY LATIMORE FOSTER LEVERETT ROBERT LAY LAMBETH MAYERS- BOB MAI NOR BERNARD MORRIS JOE MEADOWS WILLIAM McCRARY EUGENE McDAVIS GENE MOORE |. B McKENNY JEROME MONTGOMERY W. L. MONTGOMERY REID MERRITT LELAND NUNN CHARLES ORR ALEX PETERSON WILLIAM PAULK LESTER PORTER CURTIS PROVEAUX ALVA PENDERGRASS JOHNNY PATE JAMES PRESCOTT GENE RUFFIN LUTHER ROLLINS JOHN ROPER JOHN RAMEY BOB RIVENBACH HOWARD SMITH ROBIN SUNG MASON SHEPHERD HAROLD SANDERS ED SINGLETON LUTHER SINGLETON LAWTON SHAW RAY SIMPSON EDWARD SEMPLE HUGH SMISSON WALTER SMITH JOHN STRICKLAND ROLAND SMITH LONNIE STURGES CHARLES SHEPHERD BILL TUCKER GRADY TRAYLOR J E.TUDOR ROBERT TRINER MIKE TOOLE BOB VANDIVER WILLIAM WATKINS CHARLES WADSWORTH WILLIAM WHATLEY WENDELL WEAVER AL WALLACE (jlee Club OFFICERS Ruth Estes President Harriet Kahn Vice President Anna Merle Abrams Secretary Bette Rowe Treasurer Loraine Criner, Jenoise Land. . . .Librarians Byron W . .Director MEMBERS MARIE ABEL MERLE ABRAMS MARTHA J. ADAMS NORMA ADAMS ELEANOR ADERHOLD REBECCA ALFORD JEAN ALLCOOD LUCY AMATO PHYLLIS ARONSON VIVIAN ASHFORD EDITH AVERA JOLAINE BAILEY PHYLLIS BARKER LUCILLE BEAVER MELBA BEDGOOD MARTHA BERNARD FRANCES BIRDSONC ALICE BOND MARY BONDERANT BETH BURFORD FAYE BUTTS DOROTHY CALHOUN JEAN CANOVER MARTHA ANN CHRISTIAN ANCIE CLARIDY EVA COHN JACKIE COOPER KATHERINE COWARD HILDA CURL JEANNE CURTIS DORIS A. DAVIS JANE DEAKES TED DILLARD EMMALYN DOWNING ANN DRAKE HEOEN DRIFTMIER PEGGY ELDILSON CORDELIA ELLIS RUTH ESTES ELIZABETH ETHERIDGE ALICE FAIN KATHRYNE FISKE LUCILLE FLANDERS BETTY JOYCE FOSTER MARTHA FRENCH SARAH GARRISON VIVIAN GORMAN FLORINE ROSE GOULD LUANNE GRADY LORRAINE GRINER WINIFRED GROOVER VIVIEN HAINS FRANCES HAMMOND N HARRIS RAINEY HARRIS JEAN HARTMAN KAIHERINE HARWELL MARGARET HIGHTOWER NELL HODGSON CAROL HOLT MRS. AUDREY HOOD HELLEN HORNSTEIN FRANCES HUBBARD FAYE IVEY SARAH JANE JACKSON BETTY JACOB ANNIE LAURIE JOHNSON MARTHA JOHNSON LOUISE JONES HARRIET KAHN MIRIAM KAHN BETTY KENNEDY ELLEN LAHOOD JENOISE LAND FIFI LAMAS JOANNE LEDBETTEk evelyn lewis sally luttrell floria mann frances martin lynn martin sue marsh mary lila matthews jane maxwell ellen Mcdonald GEORGIA McGARIDY BETTY L McLENDON BESSIE LOU McLENDON MAE McKLEASKY EVELYN McKENLEY FRANCES MEANS SUZANNE MERK SARAH MICHAEL MARTHA ANNE MILLER MRS GENE MONTS VERA HELEN MOONEY DOROTHY MOORE ROSEMARY MOORE PAT MURPHY JOANNE NEELY CATHERINE NEWTON LAURIE NICHOLSON DOROTHY OATES SARAH FRANCES OKELLEY BETTY JEAN O ' NEAL BLANCHE PARHAM PAT PARRISH LUCRETIE PENNEL VIRGINIA PRICE LILLIE PITTARD AMY POND CELESTE PURCELL NAN RIGDON GRACE ROOGERS GEORLEEN SALE MARY SCHILLING BARBARA SCHWELLERMAN WINIFRED SECHINCER KATHERINA SECREST IDA SHMUKLER BETTY JEAN SILVERS CLARA LOUISE SMITH JOYCE SMITH NAN SMITH THOMASINA SMITH NELL STEPHENS MARY E. STRONG NELL SUTTLES FRANCES SWANSON ANN TAYLOR RUTH TENHAGEN JOYCE THIE JAN VICKERS MARTHA WEINGES MARINELLE WELDON KATE WELLBORN ANNE WETMORE GENE WHEELER VIRGINIA WIER BETTY WILLIAMS VONCILE WILLIAMS PEGGY WILSON SUZANNE WILSON BETTY WOOD MARGARET WOOD JANE WOODROOF CATHERINE WRIGHT ANNE YOUM- A t t £tu {eHtA Lim.u Dodd, hc.id of the Department of Art, gives some helpful advice and cheer- fully accepted criticism to a group of students during the summer session. Art Students League, founded in 19-10, promotes the study of graphic and plastic art and encourages student interest and participation in gallery shows. One of the League ' s most notable functions is assisting with the sponsoring of an annual Art Auction of work of students and faculty. Left to right: Edgar Eichmann, Jack Davis, Tom Addis, Paul Morris, Bob Jobson, Mizcll, W T. Bcrryman; second row: Anne Gilbert, Betty Ann Money, Majorie Foster, Margaret Sue Bigger , Martha Kerr. Lorainc Barnctt, Betty Aht.rn.ithy. Ann Osborne, Elizabeth Harrison, Ernestine Lewis; third row: Jane Middlcbrooks, Margaret Johnson, Ellen Garrison, Margaret Wood. Kathrinc Culver, Liddcll Litftcficld, Elizabeth Cheves, Marcia Goldman. Kathryn Lanman, Marilyn Kelly; fourth row: Mary Ainsworth. Pat Nobles. Julia Tolbcrt, Marion Middlcbrooks. Charles 8 Johnston. Martha Griggs, Lucy Ann Forgy, Charles Williamson, Dons Poque, Carolyn Beckncll i e a $ u e OFFICERS Anne Gilbert President Paul Morris Vice President Margaret Johnson Secretary Tom Addis Treasurer BETTY ABERNATHY TOM ADDIS MARY AINSWORTH ANDREY ANDERSON SUE ANDREW BOB ARONSON LORAIN C. BARNETT CAROLYN BECKNELL W. J. BERRYMAN, |R. MARGARET SUE BICCERS SUE CARTER GERALD CAUBLE ELIZABETH CHEVES ANNE CLAUSSEN KATHERINE CULVER MAR)ORIE DAVIS FRANCES M. DRYER E. ESCHMANN, JR. D. L. FLOYD LUCY ANN FORGY MARTHA FRENCE MARIORIE FOSTER ELLEN GARRISON ANNE GILBERT ROY GINSTROM MARCIA E. GOLDMAN ELIZABETH HARRISON MARGARET HURST BETTY LAINE JACKSON BOB JOBSON GWEN JOHNSON MARGARET JOHNSON C B JOHNSTON MARILYN KELLY MARTHA ELIZABETH KERR KATHRYN LANNMAN ERNESTINE LEWIS LIDELL LITTLEFIELD MARY MacGREGOR GENE MELL JANE MIDDLEBROOKS MARIAN MIDDLEBROOKS ROSEMARY MOORE WOODY MIZELL PAUL MORRIS PAT NOBLES ANNE OSBORNE ANNIE PYE EZRA SELLERS CLAIRE CHARROW BOBBIE SNOW JULIA TOLBERT WILMER WALLACE MARGARET WHATLEY CHARLES M. WILLIAMSON MARGARET WOOD HARRIET ZABAN T h a I i a n Stacker a t J Founded in 1931 SUMMER Bill Greer ■ia Thompson. Mary Anne Brown Dorothy Watson. . . AND FALL OFFICERS President . . . .Vice President . .Secretary Treasurer WINTER AND SPRING OFFICERS Bill Greene President Horace Whitener Vice President Dorothy Watson Secretary Edith Williams Treasurer a Mary Anne Brown Ed Kccfcr Louise SIovjII .1 pu tut, Mrs. Sonny Almond Julll Orme Horace Whitener Betty Amis Sug Brumby Carol McDjmcl Martha Thompson Robert Aronson Grady Dcas Laura Pace Bob Tollctt Harmon Avrf.i Mary Flanigen Mary Ptttm.in Dorothy Watson Carolyn Bcckncll Boiling Fortson Susan Rice Van Nov Wier Bill Bowick Bill Greene Margaret Rigby Edith Williams Thalia Stacker i a t A H e if A b a ? 4 Thalian Blackfriars Dramatic Organization in cooperation with the Department of Drama and the University Theater presents the highest service award offered in American Colleges and Universities — the Thalian Blackfriar Key Award. ROBERT ARONSON HARMON AVERA MARY ANNE BROWN BOLL INC FORTSON BILL GREENE JULIA ORI MARTHA THOMPSON HORACE WHITENER ' •.Vo piclmrt OFFICERS OF THALIAN BLACKFRIARS Left to right Dorothy Watson. Sec ' race •ner, Vice President, Bill Greene. President; Edith Williams. Treasurer tfhitei-Aitij Theatre 1946-1947 NOTE : Due to the early deadline of the Pandora only the Fall productions of the University Theatre are shown. Aronson, Thompson, Bjllcw Maxwell Anderson ' s " BOTH YOUR HOUSES " Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, 1933 CHARACTERS Marprie Cray Betty Jo Bonner Bus Jane Schneider Eddie Wister. Roy Cinstrom Solomon Fitzmaurice Oliver Land Mark Baxter Webb Simeon Cray. . .William Brittain Levering. . ... Ernest Bennett Merton.. Ralph Kickliter Dell. James Fort Sneden . . . .Ralph Black Miss McMurtry Margaret Rigby Wingblatt John Kimsey Farnum. . .William B Sturtevant, Jr Peebles.. Grady Deas, Jr. Alan McLean William Clary Ebner Jack Holland UNIVERSITY THEATRE STAFF Leighton M. Ballew Director Robert Aronson Production Manager Martha Thompson Secretary Bill Greene Business Manager " EVERYMAN " CHARACTERS Voice of Cod William Clary Death Freda Riggs Deceit Mary Ann Bryan Cowardice Charlotte Land Everyman Suzanne Johnson Fellow Carolyn Heery Conscience Rose Roffman Cousin Charlotte McCall Kindred Edith Williams Malice Mary Gilbert Faith Shirley Blakewood Evil Nelle Tumlin Conceit Marguerite Corbett Goods Agnes Culpepper Knowledge Martha Thompson Good Deeds Hanoria Brennan Confession Virginia Quigg Discretion Virginia Quigg Beauty Mary Gilbert Five Wits Shirley Blakewood Strength Sarah Gilbert " THE TEMPTATION OF EVERYMAN " Arrogant, self-assured Everyman is tempted by Evil. Then en- sues the conflict between the positive and negative forces of his life. DANCERS Catherine Foard Peggy Bassing Ann Drake Betty Ann Carroll Elizabeth DeCaris Sally Thompson The University of Georgia ' s Chapel Choir Byron Warner, Director Billy Christian, Organist The University Dance Club Cera Ann Miller, Director The masks designed and executed by Roy Cinstrom and Frances Stewart. Department of Art. EVERYMAN BOTH YOUR HOUSES BOTH YOUR HOUSES £ i g m a Alpha 9 c t a Sigma Alpha lota was founded at the University School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1903 lota Zeta Chapter was founded on the University in 1943. OFFICERS Mary Gilbert President Sarah Garrison Vice President Carolyn Reynolds Secretary Harriet Kahn Treasurer MEMBERS RUTH BROWN MARTHA ANN CHRISTIAN ANGIE CLARIDY JEANNE CURTIS MARY CATHERINE GLENN SARAH GARRISON MARY GILBERT BETTY GREEN LORRAINE HARRIS BETTY HODGSON FRANCES HODGSON HARRIET KAHN ANNE PENDLEY CAROLYN REYNOLDS NAN RIGDON BETTY MORGAN ROWE MARGARET WHATLEY FRANCES WOODRUFF ANN YOUMANS rtrJit " w Pythagorean Club ROLL The Pythagorean Math Club was organized in January 1946 under the sponsorship of Pi Mu Epsilon, honorary mathematics fraternity It was organized to promote interest in mathematics among those students who do not maior in math OFFICERS Norman Cole . . . President Betty Vickers. . . . . .Vice President Adrian Cohen. . . . .Secretary Lucy Amato . . . Historian me irford i Chapman ■ n E Clark Charles E. C Anne Cha Norman L Cole ank DeLoa- Barbara Dorward Lila Ann England Elizabeth W. Ethridge lean Fambro Lucile N Flanders Patricia Ferguson Daniel W. Ferguson Betty Faye Goldstein Edward R ' Gartwell Jberg Jesse C lack Hudson Ezra F. Howmglon ry J. Holland Arthur T. Han • Norman M Krc ■■sser Clair ' Alex H MacDcv. George W Maddo Madge Louise M ' - George W M Gretchen Mingle Allen F. Mallory Bessie Louise McLendon Ethel Romesa Plampm William B Paul Mary Parker Barbara Puse Barba- peer Thompson Thompson m D Whittemore ry Wallace Rot ck L Blawie ' . ' Lambert el W. Ferguson ' -nato ■ I E Lewis Juirin Pi til u Cptit H Pi Mu Epsilon honors high scholarship in the mathematics department. Founded in 1914. Georgia Alpha Chapter established in 1934. Dr. Tomlison Fort is the National Director General. OFFICERS Marquilla Stuckey President Martha Besnard Vice President George Pate Secretary-Treasurer Dr. R. J. Luitt Faculty Advisor ROLL STUDENT MEMBERS LUCILE BEAVER MARTHA BESNARD RAY E. DAY WILLIAM A. GLASS FRANCES HAMMOND ARTHUR KNOX OLAN PARR GEORGE PATE VIRGINIA PRATER MARQUILLA STUCKEY FRANCIS K. WOLFE MARY SUE WILSON FACULTY MEMBERS MR. |ACK BAILEY DR T. A. BANCROFT DR. DAVID F. BARROW MR. W. S. BECKWITH MISS IRIS CALLOWAY MR. CHARLES COPE DR TOMLISON FORT MR. POPE HILL DR ERIK HEMMINGSON DR GERALD HUFF MR. EDWARD C. LONG DR R J. LUITT DR. JAMES WARD m ft Ray £ Day Lucitc Beaver Martha Besnard Arthur Knox William Glass Frances Hammond Virginia Prater Olan Parr George Pate Marquilla Stuckey Mary Sue Wilson American Pharmaceutical Association The Student Branch of the American Pharmaceutical Asso- ciation is a national organization whose purpose is to inform students of the problems they will face in the profession of pharmacy Membership is open to all pharmacy students. OFFICERS William T. Ariail President John C Meadows Vice President jo Ann Trapnell Secretary William Blasingame Treasurer ROLL William T Ariail Harvey E. Benlley William A. Berry William Blasingame Stephen E Blackwell Earnest R Brandenberg George P Cunningham. Jr Paul A. Bumball Virginia Chambers Francis M Cronic Lolhe May Dempsey W Frank Dobbs Albert A Duke Samuel |. Durden John H. Edenfield William A Edwards James T. Fouche Sherrod W Hamilton James J. Harber, Jr. John P Harvev Julius R. Hendrix Lois Rebecca Hicks Robert E. Johnson, Jr C. Johnson Betty Lynn D Martin |ohn C. Meadows Joseph H M Hewin V Morns Walter S P ■ Abner C Pitt |ohn L. Pugh Ritchie A Russell Louis S. Shuman Rufus L Thompson Jo Ann Trapnell Thomas H. Tunstall Woodrow W. Webb Jack C West James L. Westberry Anne Wetmore Josiah ). Whitfield Carl C. Wicker FIRST ROW: Bill Blasingamc. Betty Little. Frank Dobbs. Louise Peterson. Lollie Dempsey. Jo Ann Trapnell. Hope Tunstall SECOND ROW Maiei Cronic. Billy Epps. Clctus Peterson. Jerry Meadows. Lynn Martin. Anne Wctmorc. THIRD ROW: Bill Anal. George Coleman. Lee Rov Claxton. Joe Monts. Curry Veatch. Ruth Lee Bowen FOURTH ROW: Brown Cochran. Charles Smallwood. Lee Thompson. James Ball. Carl Woodard. John Roper. Guy Evans. Rebecca Hicks FIFTH ROW: Al Duke. Louis Shuman. Joe Whitfield. Paul Bumball. Donald Willingham. Pa i Chi National Honorary Society in Psychology founded at New Haven, Connecticut, in 1929. University of Georgia Chapter established in 1929. OFFICERS Betsy Talley President James Ennis Vice President Gloria Furnival Secretary Dr. A. S. Edwards Treasurer Dr. Florence Young Historian Miss May Zeigler Advisor No picture: Dr. A. S. Edwards, Triad Hollingsworth, Dr. William James. Miss Fayc Jones, Ella Murrah. Dr. Paul Mor- row. Edith L. Murray, Mr. Travis Osborne, Carlso Phillips, Maxine Robins, Mary Evelyn Strong, Kathcrine Woodman, Dr. Florence Young, and Miss May Zeigler. arbara Anderson Zadic Avcrctt Ann Burns Laura Byrd John Carncs James Ennis Gloria Furnival Ann Gilbert Pope Hill, Jr. Judith Mundy Gcorlccn Sale Ruby Sellers Jane Sparks Betty Smith Betsy Talley forestry Club Fall Quarter OFFICERS Winter Quarter Cordon Fields President Vice Presider Bob Dixon Philip Blanks Earnest Sumner it . . Tommy Thompson Secretary George Reinert Harry Hartman Harry Hartman Club Reporte Earnest Sumner S L. ANDERSON B. S. GREER E. L. KIDD R H. REID R | AYCOCK A. E GREEN M. S. ROGER C. H. ST. JOHN T. E. BARBER M C. GREENE P. L. LAWRENCE J. E. SHEFFIELD R. W. BEASLEY B. F. GRIFFEN E. E LEDINE L P. SHELTON | P BARONE J. G. GRIGGS W. E. LISENBY J. H SMITH C. H. BREEDLOVE |. R GRIMES F. 0. LIGHTSEY J.E. SNOWDEN C. H. BUTCHER H.J. GRIST L. L. LUNDY J. B.SNOWDEN L. S. BUTTON ]. J. HOGAN E S. LEWIS D. L. STEWART P. C. BEVERLY j. M. HALL J. N. MARSHALL ) H. STUCKEY V T. CHASTAIN J. E. HAMMOND J. R. MATHEWS E. A. SUMNER 1 H COAD T. B. HANKINSON T. D. MacMILLAN B. E. SUTTON D E. COLEMAN H. M. HARTMAN W. K. MAUPIN H N. SIMMONS I H. COLSON L. A. HARGREAVES w. h. McCarthy P. M THOMPSON J. L. CONNELL R. S HARPER T. E. MOBLEY L. N. THOMPSON W. F COWAN R. A HARPER J W.MOORE F N THRASH E C DALE J H HILL H. A. MORGAN FE. TINKER M E DESMOND J. C. HINCKLE H. L. MORGAN E R TURNER R A DAVIS R. B HOLDER W. H. MORROW W P THOMPSON C C DEVON G HOUSE G R. O ' BARR W. F. TURNER R D. DIXON B E HURBURT M. M O ' BARR J C.TURNER C H DRIVER C H. IVEY J D. OLEARY J R. UHLER B E DuBOSE A S. JENSON J. L. PIERCE P. A. WEEKLEY I E ELLINGTON T JOHNSON F C PARKER 1 B. WHITE J. H. EVANS H. R JOHNSON W. J. RICHTER A L WHITFIELD E T. FARIS W. H. (ONES R. C. PROCTOR C 0. WIKE I C FIELDS C B JONES G L REINERT 1 C.WILKENS | E FURNEY ARNE KEMP B R REDDISH H. C WILDES C M FURNIVAL TOM KEMP T. F. REIMER H W. WILLIAMS W M GARLAND P. J. KENNON J P. RICHARDSON J. D. WRIGHT A L CILLIS R S KENNY W. J ROWSTON J.G YOHO ] rirf TM :iigz: uc.. X i £ i $ ftt a Pi Xi Sigma Pi is a national honorary forestry society. Its main purposes are to secure and reward a high degree of scholarship and to foster a spirit of liberal culture. OFFICERS MEMBERS Fred Lightsey . Forester E. T. CARNES Frank Norris. Assistant Forester R.S.HARPER c " ver Flsca, R Agent • stsss? M-M-OBarr Ranger L.N.THOMPSON J. R. UHLER P. A. WEEKLEY ). C. YOHO C. N. BISHOP B. F. GRANT L. W. R. )ACKSON A. E. PATTERSON D J. WEDDELL LIGHTSEY MORGAN OB REINERT THOMPSON UHLER WEEKLEY YOHO Faculty: BISHOP JACKSON PATTERSON WEDDELL CARNES DRIVER HARPER , Pi . ' tf Mlmmm t Saddle and £ i r I v i n The Saddle and Sirloin Club — a society for the promotion of more and better live- stock in Georgia — was founded in 1920. It sponsors the annual Little International Livestock Show and Livestock Judging Team. Pittjrd Mercer Purdom Hester Fall Quarter OFFICERS Winter Quarter Linton Pittard President • • Colon Stewart Colon Stewart Vice President Garner Fields J T. Mercer Secretary Till Huston Woodrow Purdom Treasurer ... William Poole Elmo Hester Reporter Billy Ash Calvin Davis Sergeant-at-Arms George McLendon Stewart Fields Huston Poole Ash 9 f I c u It u i- a I The Agricultural Club is a local organization whose purpose is to promote better speaking and thinking along agricultural lines. To be eligible for membership, a student must be enrolled in the College of Agriculture and must attend half of the meetings. Grimes Johnson Ash Hester Fall Quarter OFFICERS Winter Quarter Albert Crimes President Frank Fogle Harvey W. Johnson Vice President. . . Amos Marchant Billy E. Ash Secretary John Snare Warren Bradford Treasurer Warren Bradford Colon Stewart Parliamentarian Ed Brinson Elmo Hester Critic Irving Wofford Left to right Snare. Wofford. M.irch.in! Fogle. Brinson. Whitchurst Club MEMBERS BILLY ASH P. L BARNETT WARREN BRADFORD ED BRINSON ROBERT BURCH OTHO BUTLER DANIEL COCHRAN ). R. COLE MATTHEW CONNER JIMMIE COPELAND FRANK FOGLE CITTIS COSDIN RUFUS CREEN HUBERT CRIST JOHN GROOVER E. J. HANCOCK ELMO HESTER HEYWARD HORRY HOWARD HUNNICUTT AMOS MARCHANT HARVEY JOHNSON BOB JOINER TOMMY PHILLIPS L. Y. PITTARD HAROLD RICE ELLIS SIKES JOHN SHEFFIELD WILLARD SISSON WILLIAM SMITH JOHN SNARE JIMMIE SNOWDEN REUBEN SHERRILL CROVER SOWELL ROBERT STRANGE COLON STEWART DONALD STUART GEORGE TINDOL HAROLD TONEY ROBERT TUCK MITCHELL WANSLEY ARTHUR WEAVER BRYAN WHITEHURST IRVIN WOFFORD 9 . 1 . H mil a Shim First Row: Birnctt. Brinson. Burch. Second Row: Butler, Copcljnd. Fo«lc. Gosdm Third Row: Green, Groover. Mjrchjnt. Joiner, Phillips Fourth Row: Pittjrd, Rice. Sikcs, Sheffield. Smith. Fifth Row: Snowden. Sherrill, Sowell. Strjnge. Tuck. Suth Row: Wjniley. Wejver, Whitehunt. t f I c u It u t a Fall Quarter OFFICERS Winter Quarter P. L Barnett President H. C. Williams . . Vice-President D3llas Shiver William T. Mills. Secretary lohn HprnHon J. C. Giles Joe Shiver WILLIAM A BALK PERRY F. DOMINY JAMES GORDON GILES PHILLIP L. BARNETT JUDSON H. DANIEL FRANK CODDARD THOMAS F. BISHOP JAMES CARL ELLISON JOHN IRA HARDEN LEE C. BOWDEN MAHLON EDWARDS ELDRIDGE V HATCHER HARDIN C BYARS, JR CHARLES W. ELAM BENJAMIN C. HAYNES. JR CARLISLE COBB, JR. JOHN PAUL EIDSON JOHN G HERNDON JAMES F CHANCY JAMES HARRIS FORD RALPH HARGROVE OWEN B. CALLAWAY JAMES F. FOREHAND HOWARD HUNNICUTT DWAIN P. CHAMBERS FELTON B. FLOURNOY LAMAR A. HUNNICUTT HORACE L CLINE ALLEN FINDLEY, JR. ROBERT L. HARDEN JOE MERVIN CARSON HERMAN WILLIAM CLOVER JACK L HAYGOOD WILLIAM S. DAVIS HAROLD B COOLSBY LUKE HOWELL J C DENTON LOWRY H GILLESPIE Barnctt Cobb Chancy Callaway Chambers Cline Carson Davis Denton Dominy Elam Eidson For 1 Flournoy Findlcy Goddjrd Harden Hatcher Hcrndon Hargrove ' 1 Daniel Ellison Edwards Glover Goolsby Giles Haygood Howell Huston engineering Club AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING STAFF Herman William Clover Editor Joe K. Shiver Business Manager Philip L. Barnett Associate Editor Perry F. Dominy Associate Business Manager WILLIS EARL HUSTON CURTIS L. PROVEAUX CAMILO TRAVIESO JOHN D. JONES HOYLE B. PUCKETT JAMES HARVEY THOMAS EDWARD H KEMP. JR. CLYDE LEE PERRY RALPH M. TURNER MABRY D. KENNEDY, JR. BEVERLY POOL FRANK VAN HALTERN. JR JACK C LAMB CHARLES E. ROBERTSON CLIFFORD HENRY WEBB CLARENCY P. LLOYD HUBERT P. ROCKER HOMER C. WILLIAMS WILLIAM TERRELL MILLS JOE KEMP SHIVER VERNON C. WOODS WILLIAM A OWENSBY DALLAS S. SHIVER ERNEST WESTER SAMUEL C. PURSLEY LLOYD L. SMITH EMMETT V. WHELCHEL MARVIN F. OWENS PERRY Z. SMITH HIRAM D. WHITTEMORE TOMMY PHILLIPS RALPH E. SMITH HOWARD N. WILSON ROBERT L POSS THEODORE R. SMITH DAVID F. ZECEL ALVIN MAC POWELL RILEY C. SANDERS Jones Kemp Kennedy Lamb Owens Phillips Poss Provcaux Rocker J. Shiver D. Shiver L, Smith Van Halrcrn Webb Williams Wester Lloyd Puckett R Smith Wilson Mills Owcnsby Perry Pool Sanders Thomas Purslcy Robertson Turner %■!%%% A Veterinary Science Club John G- Hcmngton, Jr. Clyde M RcjRjn Lois Hinson John T. Mercer William H. Watson Doyle S Mitchell John C. Herrmgton, Jr President Clyde M. Reagan Vice-President John T. Mercer President-Elect Charles N. McNeill Treasurer Lois Hinson Secretary William H. Watson 1st Year Class Representative Doyle S Mitchell Pre-Vet Class Representative PRE-VETERINARY STUDENTS FIRST YEAR VETERINARY STUDENTS ROBERT ATKINSON WILLIAM |. AYCOCK LESLIE BARNES A. R BARKSDALE CLARE BROMBY DAVID CATES VIRGIL CASEY GENE CLACK REGGIE CLAY. |R A. R. COPPINGER KIRK H L ELINBURC EDWARD GARLAND ROBERT GLASS A D. GOTTLIEB CHARLES GREENIG WILEY J GREENWAY JAMES M. HAWK THOMAS HODGES H L. H0LT2END0RF DALLAS G HOUSTON THOMAS JENKINS DEWITT JOHNSON WILLIAM A KNAPP CHARLES LEE DARWIN LEE MARVIN LOYD MARION MANLEY CECIL N MARTIN RAYMOND MASON DOYLE MITCHELL JACKSON MORGAN CHARLES MUNDAY FREDERICK MYERS. |R. BENJAMIN OKELLEY CHARLES PEARSON JAMES RAGAN EVON RIZER CHARLES RIGDON ERNEST RUSHING SHELTON SHARPE JAMES SHEALY JAMES SMITH WILLIE JOE SMITH LEONARD STEELE, JR. BAKER SUTTON CICERO SWINT BERNARD W THORESON CAREY THORNTON, JR. WILLIAM WATERS DONOVAN BELL CARL BLOUNT JAMES BRYSON WALTER COOK LAWRENCE CRIMMINS JOHN CHRISTOPHER QUINCY DARBYSHIRE CALVIN DAVIS OLLIE DODCEN ARTHUR DORMINY ROSCOE DRAKE FREDERICK DUCEY OBE D. DYE, JR. JAMES H. FISHER ALTON GODWIN ERNEST R. GRINER CLARENCE B. GRUBBS LOLLIS H. HARDY gaynor wilson henry john g. herring, |r. byron f. hilliard deward e. hightower lois e. hinson francis holton james u. king robert lynn lamb lecel tyler leard charles w. leonard james claton lord robert l. lott paul a. Mcdonald edward lee mcconnell CHARLES N. McNEILL JOHN TOM MERCER RALPH CARL MOBLEY WALTER BROWN NEVELS MURRAY E. NUNNERY JOSEPH O ' CONNER JACK R. PALMER HARLEY A PHILLIPS CLYDE M. REAGAN MARTIN PAUL ROBERTS ROBERT O. SHANNON FELIX M. SMITH WILLIAM VAUGHN SMIT DAWSON L. TAYLOR JOHN BELL THOMAS WALTER GENE THOMAS PHILIP H. THOMPSON, |R JACK GILBERT TUTTLE WILLIAM H. WATSON, JR CHARLIE LOYD WILLIAM CHARLES W. WINCEY j «(i au Gaffau Club derives its name from the initials of the Georgia Future Farmers of America. OFFICERS Ellis Sikes President George Dozier Vice President Wilton Kilgore Secretary Allen Tuten Treasurer Carol Davidson Parliamentarian Charles Bridges Reporter Ralph Tolbert Faculty Adviser NORMAN A. ALTON ROBERT L. BABB M. H. BELCHER W. S. BROWN JAMES T. BURDEN THOMAS C. CLIETT DANIEL E. COCHRAN EDWARD R. CONE RUPERT D. COVINGTON J. C. DaVITTE JOHNNIE C. FLANDERS R. T. FOLSON DAVID A. FRAZIER J. H. GARRETT, JR. DONALD GLISSON HUBERT GLISSON CLARENCE E. GRIFFETH WILLIAM A. HARGROVE BRACKETT HARDY GORDON HENDRIX TILL M. HUSTON HARVEY W. JOHNSON ROBERT M. JOINER LUCIEN JOYCE WINDELLE H. KEEN ED KITCHENS ROBERT LUCKEY H. L. MALLARD CHARLES A. MILLER HOWARD W. MOORE JOHN C. MOSLEY WILLIAM P. NEAL W. B. NEVELS JOEL C. PADGETT MACK PATRICK C. M. ROSE FRED B. SAUNDERS JOHN L SNARE ROBERT L. STRANGE J. H. THOMASON WARREN WILLIAMSON FRED WEBSTER VIRGIL H. WELBORN WILLIAM H. WATKINS DEWEY WHIDDON r ' %► " V 4 m A $ A c h Aghon is a local honorary society in the College of Agriculture. One must have com- pleted at least eighteen courses toward an agricultural degree, besides possessing outstanding ability, to be eligible for membership. OFFICERS Colon Stewart President Ralph Wehunt Vice President Robert McCreery. . .Secretary-Treasurer CURTIS BEALL WARREN BRADFORD LEROY DORMINY CORDON FIELDS ALBERT CRIMES LEON HARCREAVES ROBERT HARRISON ELMO HESTER FRED LICHTSEY HENRY MASSEY ROBERT McCREERY TOM PENLAND PITTARD ALLEN RHODES JOHN SHEFFIELD COLON STEWART RALPH WEHUNT Neophytes at beginning of initiation ■■ill Dorminy Fields Gimti Harsrcaves Hester L ' ghlwv Pcnljnd Pittird Sheffield Stewart Wehunt Alpha J e t a Only juniors and seniors of the Agricultural School who excel in leadership, scholar- ship, and accomplishment are eligible for membership in Alpha Zeta. Fall Quarter OFFICERS Dennis Rouse Chancellor . . Quentin Lee Censor . . . Warren Bradford Treasurer . . Joe K. Shiver Chronicle . . Albert Crimes Guide . . . Paul Wansley Scribe . . . Winter Quarter . . . .Albert Crimes Paul Wansley . . .L. N. Thompson . .Madison P. Smith P. F. Dominy Elmo Hester FACULTY ADVISORS Frank P. King Edwin James WARREN BRADFORD CARLISLE COBB FRED DeLOACH P F DOMINY C W. DOZIER OBE DYE AL8ERT CRIMES ELMO HESTER JACK JQHNSON HARVEY JOHNSON QUENTIN LEE FRED LICHTSEY J.J MILLER H L NIX DENNIS ROUSE JOE SHIVER ELLIS SIKES MADISON SMITH R. F. SANDELBACH JOE TOBIAS L. N. THOMPSON PAUL WANSLEY ALVIN WALLACE JIM WARNOCK ) B.WILLIAMS JAMES WRIGHT 4-H Clul FALL QUARTER OFFICERS Doris English President Elizabeth Cordon Vice President Mildred Eubanks Secretary Calvin Davis Treasurer WINTER QUARTER OFFICERS Mather Conner President Sue McCranie Vice President Jack Fields Secretary Calvin Davis Treasurer QQftlQ Marion Cook Jimmy Copcland Betty Coi J.imci G.irrctt Elizabeth Gordon Frank Van Haltcrn Virginia M.ith.m Sue McCranie William McDan.cl WillardSmon Anne Smith Ralph Smith Billy Ah Edith Bonnclt James Branncn Laura Byrd Carolyn Chum Elouc Douglas Bill Drcnnon Dons English Mildred Eubanki Jack Fields Elmo Hester Pauline Hum Virginia Kight I th. lyn Lively Amos Marchant Mattic Ann Oxford W.lmer Parker William Poole V.nccnf Schroder Saidee Scott Jimmie Snowdcn Donald Slew vt James St ' -• Ernest Wester George Wilson Not pictured above : M itlhew Connor. Calvin Davis Nell Griffin. Jam Phi t( p J i I c h O tn i c t c h Phi Upsilon Omicron, national professional Home Economics fraternity, was founded at the University of Minnesota in 1909. Chi chapter was granted a charter in 1936. Gloria Needham President May Dearing Nicholson Vice President Dorothy Floyd Recording Secretary Dorothy Floyd Corresponding Secretary Lillian Pace Treasurer MEMBERS LaVONNE ASPINWALL FRANKYE BLAND ' CAROLYN BROWN PAT CHENEY BETTY COX DOROTHY FLOYD CORNELIA HARRIS DOT HENERY LOUISE HILL ERNESTINE JACKSON HELEN KNAPP DORIS LOWE JO MARTIN JANE MAUCHON MARTHA MORGAN GLORIA NEEDHAM KATHERINE NEWBERRY MAY DEARING NICHOLSON CHARLOTTE OSLIN LILLIAN PACE VIRGINIA PORTER SARA PUTNAM SYLBRA SMITH KATHERINE STANTON AUDREY SUTTON J U ANITA T I DWELL SYBIL WILLIAMS No Picture c m e c c h The Homecon Club, open to all Home Economics majors, studies methods of improving home and family relations. OFFICERS Helen Knapp. President Jane Maughor . .Vice President Audrey Sutton Secretary Martha Morgan Corresponding Secretary Katherine Stanton Treasurer Kn.ipp Moughon Sutlcn I ' rrytdfHt I lc§ I ' midtml -.rrtary MorRjn Cor. Srcrtlary St.inton 1 Trrsimrm K IEMBERS LaVonne Aspinwall Billie Sue Mayo Rita Baker ' Louise Miller Sara Barrett ' Eugenia Mitchell Frankye Bland Martha Morgan •Henrietta Bnddle )oyce Myers Edith Bonnett Evelyn McDuffee Eleanor Bowers ' Betty Mcllwain Daisy Broadhurst ' Harriet McPhaul Barbara Brown •Mrs McWhirter ' Caro ' yn Brown " Gloria Needham ' Louise Brown Katherine Newberry Betsy Burton May Deanng Nicholson Ray Burton Mary Northcutt " Ruth Chapman |ane Northmgton Mary Elizabeth Cox Lillian Pace •Betty Daniel ' Gloria Parkham ' Dorothy Denton Dot Pluni Douglas Sara Putnam Dee Everhardt Tommie Jean Roberts ' Mary f ' Opal Rogers ■ ghsh Sanders Mildred Eul Winifred Seckinger ' Rose Fault • Laura Simmons ' Jean Ann Fears ' Betty Simpson Dot Floyd Am .ison Martin Stanfield ' Elizabeth Gordon Stanton ' Martha C ' . Audn Agnes Ha ' Mat Dot Henry Evangeline Thomas |oyc Louise Hill Elizabeth ' Mar |oht brook |ean King Sibyl Will ■ Eleanc- ■ |o M,j Virginia M.v Maughon ' No f V cluH t a r ij K e I iq i c uJ rxJJcciaticH SENIOR CABINET Robert F. Tuck President Esther Miller Vice President Ben J. Garvin Vice President Frances Hammond Secretary Pratt Secrest Treasurer ft The purpose of the Voluntary Religious Association is to main- tain a high standard of spiritual, religious, and social develop- ment for the students at the University. Founded in 1933 when the Young Men ' s Christian Association and the Young Women ' s Christian Association merged Garvin Tuck H jmmond Miller Sccrest Soyna Abelson ina ' O Anbury Horace Batte. Ann Beck Beverly Blasmgame O L Butler Fame Chambers David Cates Nancy Chandler Louie Cheney Arthur Cohen Lester Dollar Frances Dommey Leila Drake Beverly Gunn FRESHMAN CABINET Howard Hall Martha Harris Ann Irwin Totsy Jchnscn Pcpe McDonald Marcia McK ■ Beverly Nixon Clara O ' Keefe Alfred Stewart W L Striblins John Swift Owen Thomas Zack Vernadoe Leta Webb Betty Anne Wilson Martha Zellars Bcilc Klmbrcll Odum Beclcr McGarity Pace Not pictured: Bishop Pirkle Ashford Sheer SOPHOMORE CABINET Alice Chandler Pmidml Betty Smith Vict President Carolyn Bexley Secretary Cheney Chism Clay Comer McGaniY McPhaul Murray King Putnam Scott Winn Stein m lk M m W H l Mm m M Black shc.u Scckmccr Boxlcy Skclton Driftmicr Voorhccs Chandler Smith B Bexley Ann Andrews Edee Horovin Mills Mobley Webb Weekly WcissinRcr Carolyn Bexley W e J t e if Jcuhdaticn AN ORGANIZATION FOR METHODIST STUDENTS COUNCIL MEMBERS Executive Officers Sam L. Burgess President Virginia Deklc ...Vice President Virginia Jones Secretary Ray Simpson . Treasurer ACTIVITY LEADERS SERVICE COMMISSIONS Dot Calhoun Mason Shepherd . . Wesley Berryman. Frank Dorris. Pianist Assistant Pianist Chorister Wesley Players President Pierce Cline Wesley Singers President Gloria Dixon Crusade Editor Affiliate Stewards. .BEN GARVIN ROBERT TUCK SAM L BURGESS MARVIN CAWTHON B C GARDNER Worship. IULIAN RAYBURN MARGARET JOHNSON FRANCES MEANS BARBARA ELY RUTH MOBLEY JIMMY HAYNES FRANK FOGLE ANN BRYSON BEVERLY BUSH FAYE IVEY MABEL McGARITY DON HALL Deputations jean McCURRY KATHERINE CULVER THOMAS HAWKINS World Friendship. . Community Service. Recreation Publicity. Enlistment. . CAROLYN CHISM HELEN PRICKETT BILL BARRETT . RANDOLPH RODDENBERRY GENEVA CLARK MORGAN ELIZABETH ETHERIDGE ff e u m a h Club A NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR CATHOLIC STUDENTS CLUB ROLL THOMAS | ABRAHAM JOHN BECKENDORF ANNE BEELER MARIAN BLAWIE ALINE BRASWELL PAUL BLAWIE TOMMY BRENNAN MARGARET JEAN BROWNE MARY ANN BRYAN VIRGINIA CAMARATA JOSEPH CHESNA BILL CONNERS DOROTHY CORN PETER CUNNINGHAM MARION DeFRANK IOSEPH F. DECOSINS JERRY DELESKI MARY DOMINEY GERRY DWIGGINS LUCILLE FLANDERS MICHAEL GANNUM JOHN GULICK FRANCES CUNTER JAMES GUNTER JOSEPH GUPKO MARIE HURLEY ROBERT JOBSON FRED VON KAMP |OHN KELLY MARGARET KELLY NANCY KULN KATHRYN LANMAN FRANK MALOOF ELI MARICICH MARY McGINN JOSEPH McMAHON ROBERT McMAHON mary McMillan kenneth morris fred oaks joseph o ' conner alice oldham joseph o ' leary dario oliviere mary o ' neill jackie queen john ranitz walter richter jeanne ryan nicholas satriano mary elizabeth shannon may sheridan jean stribling charles stulb john j sullivan picardo teceda joe tereshinski mary lou ware richard young OFFICERS Jack Kelly President Fred Von Kamp Vice President Anne Beeler Secretary Virginia Camarata Treasurer Hi tie I AN ORGANIZATION FOR JEWISH STUDENTS OFFICERS Zelda Syman. President David Rabhan Vice President Annette Harr, Recording Secretary Frieda Scheen Corresponding Secretary Claire Lc Treasurer Eva Cohe ' Treasurer Left to right: Claire Love. Eva Cohen. Zelda Syman. Maxinc Shapiro. Alan Gottlieb Right to left : Annette Harris. Recording Secretary: Zelda Symjn. President; David Rabhan. Vice President Right to left: Alan Gottlieb. Claire Love. Zclda Syman Practice in the Hillcl Playhouse £ a p t i J t g t u 4 e h t V h i c h AN ORGANIZATION FOR BAPTIST STUDENTS IN SOUTHERN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES OFFICERS Sue Comer President Dave Creenway First Vice President Opal Rogers Second Vice President Anne Hmely Third Vice President Daisy Broadhurst . Secretary David Johnston Treasurer Wilmer Parker Sunday School Representative Laura Byrd Sunday School Represt Bill Gibbons. . .Baptist Training Union Representative Barbara Sykes. Baptist Training Union Repress Ethel Barfie ' d Young Woman ' s Auxiliary Rep Cornelius Davis. . Music Director Willard Sis ..Brotherhood Representative Bill Estep " Bulldog " Co-Ednor Lloyd Fackler bulldog " Co-Editor Ethe!yn Live Publicity Louise Harbin... Evangelism Sue McCranie. . . . . .Community Missions La ' nez King Scrapbook Laurie Nicholson. . . . .Exchange Editor Jim Lyday . .Deacon Representative Barbara Bargeron Deaconess Representative Mannelle Weldon Co-Odinate Representative Mr. Fred W. Bennett Faculty Advisor Rev Horace F. Chapmai BSU Secretary J} h tetnaticHat £ e I a t i c h J Club OFFICERS Ralph Williams President, First Quarter Oscar Smith President, Second Quarter Kirk McAlpm Vice President, First Quarter Marion Bridges. . Vice President, Second Quarter Betty Westbrook Secretary-Treasurer Founded at Furman University in 1915; aided by the Carnegie Foundation which began organizing clubs for the discussion of international affairs in 1916. Georgia Club established in 1926. £0 9 James S Collins Rufus Green I. A. Maxwell Jeff Newborn Kay Stanley Mary Barnetl George Don Kenneth Henson Kirk McAlpm Emmit Noland Robert E. St.ith.im Upshaw Bentlcy Euftcnc Dutchak George W Hightowcr Mary McCrary Laura Perry Ben Stewart Marion Bridges W Dan Fkxtr William T Holland Jim McKennc Anne Purycar Fred Sturgcs Kenneth A Brunner Lamar G ibson Thomas A Honca J P McLam William T. Roberts Quilli.in Tuck Frances Bryan W Herring Gibson James R Kennemur David McLcod Davis Roos Tom Watson Louie Cheney Harry H Gillam Albert Lutburrow Jim Moore Oscar M Smith Alvis M. Wcathcrly James P. Chevcs Dick Gnann Frances Martin Bernard S Morns Howard P. Smith Van Nov Wier Eva Cohn Bill Greene Lynn Martin Mary Gray Murr; J Roland Sm.tt Ralph William; Not pictured: Charles S. Akins. Arnold B Anderson. Dcklc Banks. Opal Beck. Richard Best. Sam Cann. Richard Carr. Ruth Estcs. Michael Gannam. John A Grcgone. Capers Holmes Lawrence B Kelly Mary McCravcy. Hoke Nash, George B Rushing, Charlie R. Stubb. Betty Westbrook Am e t i c a h I 9 I C H Lett to right: Jack Davidson. Senior Vice Commander; Tom Pcnland. Former Commander: and Dudley P. Martin. Adjutant. Hill Walker P. Hill George B Robert M. Joiner B. Leon )c James E Jordan Earl L. Kidd. Jr. Paul J K( Jack D. Krasner Charles H Holman lian O. Hood Jr • ' orne S Horov. Till M Huston Lamar C Jackson Leonard H. Horton, Jr n B Hu ! . Milo L Howard John W. Ham. Jr Leon AH Rex S Harper Cordon Hen i Kenneth M Henson Elmo C Hcter, Jr John H Grant William E Gr. ' Monroe F. Greene Albert M Grimes Lamar R Gnt James L Gnst. Jr Chester L Hall Warren Garner John M Garrett. Jr John M. Gauldmg, Jr William J Glenn James T Gordon Talmadge F. Cordon, Jr OFFICERS Fuller Pedrick Commander Jack Davidson. . . .Senior Vice Commander |ohn E Sheffield, .junior Vice Commander Dudley P. Martin Adiutant Ernest Sumner Finance Officer Walter Coney SerReant-at-Arms Elmo Hester Historian Hugh McCoy Chaplain David Bowers Parliamentarian Dr Claude Chance Faculty Advisor Henry B. Allen Roy E. Allen Percy E Ansley William T. Ariail William B Armstrong Jackson C. Aston Homer V Autry Curtis R. Ayers Mac C Bagwell Wesley Bailey Wesley J. Ballew W. Grady Banks Luther Bartlett Warren W. Beale John Beckendorf Leroy T. Blackford C. H. Blalock John W. Bland Hassell M. Blaylock John F. Boniface David W. Bowers Jesse G. Bowles W. Warren Bradford James P. Brinson Charles C Brock Robert A Broen. Jr William F Brown Sylvia D Buffington Lawrence M Burke Hubert L Buffington, M. Tyus Butler Louis E Cadem Hershel Canthers Mark H. Carter. Jr William D Carter Charles H Carroll Jerry Cauble William G Chaney Henry H. Chase Charlton E Clark Walter E Coney James H Conkle Emory L Connell George M. Crane Jack S Davidson Arnold Delaperriere James C. Delay Joel E Dendy David Y De Page William E Dixon Frederic C Doyle. Jr Jesse I DuBose Homer S Durden Jr Ben W Ellis William C Engle William F Estep Edsel H Flanders Frank E Fowler George M Furmval Betty J Garland Wyman M Garland C Greene Garner Julian D Halliburton . tHanqleb urq-£ Ircd PcAt I 7S John M. Lawrence Dempsey W. Leach William A Leonard John L Lindsey Irvine E Morris William C Mull John W Maddox, jr George E Maddox, Jr Judson V Malcolm Troy L Manning Amos V Marchant Raymond A. Marden Dudley P Martin Lambeth C. Mayes Hugh B McCoy Marshall A Mires Bobby B Mitchell Clarence W. Mobley John H Mobley Michael J Molhca Marion W. Morgan Edward Mullins David E Murphy Henry V. McCrea Lura J. McCurry Jack E. McCmty Lawrence A McKmley, Jr Robert E McLeod Jefferson Newbern Edgar Newsome Ralph E Nollner William K Norvell Simmie D O ' Neal John S Owen Kenneth E Pearce Thomas C Penland Albert C Perl James A Prescott Rayford C Price A ' bert Progan Curtis L Proveaux Walter H. Rucker Lorena Rabun Harry V Ray John J Reynolds George Richards Clyde O. Roberts Erwin D Rabhan James R Rogers John E Ransom Lenell Rowan Charles Royal. Jr Clarence B Ryals William P. Said Frances A Seawnght Ezra L Sellers C Lawton Shaw, Jr John E Sheffield. Jr Luther P Shelton Charles W Shepard Edw.n C Shirey Billy M Smith DeWitt C Smith. Jr Morgan C Stanford Robert E Statham, Jr Fluker G Stewart William J Stewart Wilbur D Stovall George R Stroud Frederick Sturges Earnest A Sumner Don J. Surrency Erwin C Surrency Glenn W Sutton Martin E Talley Jean Taylor Curtis E Tate, Jr Henry F Taylor Willard D Taylor, Jr Paul R Tidwell John W Turpin Alvm T Wallace Hugh L Wallace Paul V Wansley Mary Lou Ware Charles H Warnock, Jce B Warren Ralph L Wehunt James L Welden nan E White kes Mar|one M Willard Carl J Williams James B Williams Louis C Woodruff Tommy D Wooten Leroy B Yates J £ t u 4 e h t VeterahJ OFFICERS JUNE TO DECEMBER Frank Myers. President Dick McCallie Vice President Margaret Loyd Secretary Julian Raburn Treasurer EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Cus Barksdale Tom Barksdale Bob English B. C. Gardner ' Denmark Groover Charles Kimbrell Dempsey Leach Margaret Loyd OFFICERS J. T. Mercer Bobby Mitchell DECEMBER TO JUNE Frank Myers Denmark Groover ... President Henry Neal Henry Neal Vice President Tom Penland Margaret Loyd . . Secretary es Salter Julian Raburn Treasurer Colon Stewart Bill Trotter iph Williams Vol pictured OfjfaHijaticH Jultan Raburn, Frank Myers, Dick McCalhc Scenes at Vet dances w o tit e h J £ t u 4 e h t OFFICERS Emma Sug Brumb, President Nancy Hull.. ..Vice President Mary Birchmore . Secretary Jane Cray Webb. . Treasurer MEMBERS Barbara Anderson. .Senior Representative Mary Gilbert Junior Representative Martha Groover. . . Sophomore Representative Mar|one Ammonds Freshman Representative Katherme Stanton Town Representative COURT CjcOerwtneht rfjJccJattch HOUSE P RESIDENTS HOUSE PRESIDENTS Mary Lyndon Ann Buxton Gilmer Hazel Johnson Winnie Davis Martha Johnson Rutherford Mary Harrell Lucille Beaver Soule Margaret Watt geihk a t 4t Club A Social Club for alumni of Reinhardt College attending the University of Georgia. Carlton Alspaugh President Alex Hasty Vice President Mary Harkness Secretary Ernest Stone, Jr Treasurer Ralph Sawyer Publicity Chairman C.irllcn Akp.iunh Alci Haily Ed Prather C L.lmlf B «him T.nkcr Johnicn Ralph Sawyer Jce Cotdcll Woodrow L.i. Patsy Sl.mt.tld Rdtph Frvt J Mark McCllirt Ernest Stone. Jr Mary Harkno:s Frank Ncal William Thomp:on Not pictured above Harold Lamer. Guy Maddox Fuller Pcdrick Party 0( Oryahijed Women OFFICERS Virginia Dekle President Ora Jones Vice President Anne Hively Secretary Katherine Culver Treasurer The Party of Organized Women is a local organization for non-sorority women, and plays a vital part in their social life. The P.O.W. ' s sponsor dances and other social activities. REPRESENTATIVES IN COUNCIL RUTHERFORD Nancy Stallworth Ora Jones SOULE Charlotte McCall Jean DeLoach MARY LYNDON Carolyn Branda Jeannette McDaniel B.S. C. Louise Harbin CRAWFORD LONG Jean Valentine LUCY COBB Beverly Bush Anne Simmons Marilyn Parker HOME MANAGEMENT HOUSES Sylvia Buffington MILLER Jo Brown Betty Battle Barbara Fendlar GILMER Pat Ferguson Grace Macguire Betty Sumner BRADWELL Mary John Robinson Joann Sheffield Cap Porter WINNIE DAVIS Joyce Stogsdill Martha Johnson Pat Clisson SENIOR Sara Gilbert (j t a h 4 Old P a t t if The Grand Old Parry, an organization of non-fraternity men, got its start around 1919, when a group of students, long conscious that over half the males had no voice in student activities, began the Party. These men had three purposes in mind; to give the average student representation, to better co-ordinate the student body, and to better co-ordinate the students and faculty The idea of these few men caught on quickly and students, not members of social fraternities, were given a stronger voice in campus activities The Party gained in numbers and strength and was influential in many campus improvements beneficial to all students The Party now sponsors one of the biggest social programs on the campus, which includes dances open to all students at a low cost It initiated the policy of broadcasting dances over the local radio station. Non- fraternity men elect as their leaders a Campus Leader, Vice Campus Leader, and Secretary- Treasurer These men serve as their representatives to the faculty, other campus organizations, and other colleges and Universities In addition to these three officers, each dormitory elects a dormitory chairman and various committees are appointed. John Sheffield Campus Leader Elmo Hester Vice Campus Leader Hoyt Simpkms Sec re ta ry-Treasurer THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF THE YEAR— Secured approval of bus service to and from Ag Hill and Co-ordinate Furnished bonfires before and during all pep meetings and sent buses to Co-ordinate for the girls to attend Sent buses to out-of-town games and arranged send-offs for the team. Aided m the student Red Cross and WSSF drives and conducted meetings twice monthly to air student problems for presentation to proper University officials Cave hearty cooperation to all worthy campus- wide proiecfs Began and pushed a move to outlaw flowers for any and all social functions. This move caused many organizations to taboo flowers for their dances and other events This is a speech made by Miss Martha Latimer, Director of Women ' s Activities, at the first COP dance broadcast. " Tonight the Grand Old Party of the Uni- versity of Georgia is giving a wonderful dance for a wonderful football team— our undefeated football champions. I should like to |om with the members of GOP in welcoming the team here tonight, and we all wish that you and the listening audience were here to join us in honoring our victorious boys " I should like to commend the members of GOP for the series of fine campus-wide dances which they sponsor. These dances, which are open to all University students, are quite an asset to our campus social life and we all wish the GOP continued success. " THEIR DANCES— The Grand Old Party began sponsoring its campus-wide dances in the winter quarter of 1945, the first originating from Pound Auditorium with juke-box music. In the Spring of 1946 the dances moved to the star-light terrace of Memorial Hall where the Georgia Bulldogs furnished the music. The dances continued at Memorial through the summer and moved to Stegman Hall during the fall quarter. GOP introduced the policy of broadcast- ing its dances during the winter quarter of 1947, with three of the five dances presented being aired over WGAU Spring quarter saw the dances moved to Wood- ruff Hall with all five being broadcast An added feature of a 15 minute floor show, featuring student talent, was introduced during the spring. The hermits of Gilbert Plaza (Gilbert Hotel) ? Myers talks up freshman campaign (Y.M.C.A.) ( r l o Some of the Buckingham Barons (Candler Hall) The Southern Gentlemen, Westbrook staring. (Old College) k ' v t Army Bridge Game (Infirmary Annex) t Jran OT rvIJ 5BT ■ ■T feJ 1? ?l i dm.)j i t W I X. L V ' V ' 1 Where anything can happe Boys listening to Hodgson ' s music i Joe Brotyn i DORMITORY CHAIRMEN Mims Wilkinson. . . . Chairman of Publicity and Affairs Committee Jimmy Longbndge. .Bon Horn Richard Bill Carter . . .Joe Brown Bill Boyette. . . Memorial Hall Joe Mercer.. Lucas House Carl Odum and M D. Mel Milledge Hall Ken Tucker and David Cafes . .Old College Ralph Harrington Candler Hall Ed Parham and Byron Kirkland Camp Wilkins Tom Reimer and Forrest Nelms Saratoga Howard Smith and Thomas Hankinson. . .Enterprise Hoyt Simkins. Gilbert Hotel Bob Williams Y.MC.A. Grady Smith. . . Clark Howell Butts ' athletes run through scrimmage. Milledge Annex) Herb Norris and Cotton Rogue show the boys how it ' s done. (Memorial Hall) m f ... I ' % u " Mother " Mercer discusses family relations with his chillun. (Lucas House) Lovers of the Valley gather at chapter meeting. Clark Hoivell) Ird I V Ut 1 1 1 L- 1 I i II d I Cj d • i of making love over the phone (Enterprise) A Tech man sneaks in. (Saratoga) « 1 1 M IT r r K m Call you and raise you a penny at Little Monte Carlo, open twenty-four hours a day. (Independence) I LOVE that underwear. (Bon Horn Richard) You figure this one out. mp Wilkins) i Candler Boys admire their queen, the campus queen Love that contrast. Clark Howell wins another one. And Massey said he didn ' t drink G-Day became a tradition by three stage First. Inter-squad football game in 1941. Second. Founding of the University Field Day by Alpha Phi Omega in 19-45 Third. In 1946, through concerted ef- forts of Alpha Phi Omega, " C " Club, and COP, the University now grants suspension of classes on " C " Day each year VO Day Football Field Day 1941 Reds 21, White (Capts. Smk- wich-Allen) 1 942 Reds 21 , White 1 4 (Capts Trippi- Smkwich) 1943 No game. 1944 Reds 7, White 6 (Capts. Eaves- Castronis) 1945 No game. Milledge Annex 1946 Reds 13, White 9 (Capts. Ed- wards-Sellers) — Chi Phi Frat — Kappa Alpha Theta. t David Sharkan. l ' .. ' presenting team trophy to Chi Phi fraternity, accepted by Captain Bob Smith. Part of crowd watching co-eds 200-yd. relay event Bob Smith. Chi Phi. winning 440-yd. event for men Co-ed team winning 200-yd. relay. David Shaskan. Betty Carroll. Alpha Delta Alpha. 2nd place; Ljurjbclle Juris, Kappa Alpha Theta. lit place. Eh Mancich. John B«cktndorf. Bob Mainor. each w.nner of Thomas G-Day trophy for outstanding contributions to the spirit of G-Day. SPOR S . £ p C f t J Georgia ' s incomparable " Little Round Mjn To understand the athletic program of the University of Georgia would be impossible unless one knew something about the mainspring which makes the whole works tick — Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Wallace Butts An alumnus of Mercer University, Class of ' 28, Coach Butts is one of the youngest, smartest, and most successful men- tors in the coaching profession today. His football teams boast the best records in the school ' s history, their collective records for the past eight years standing at 63 victories against 21 losses and two ties Georgia teams under his coaching have won two Conference championships and four major bowl games, and this year completed an undefeated season, the first since the game was initiated at the Un i- versity Known universally as a man who gets the best results from the least material, Butts ' strong emphasis on physical condition and discipline has enabled Bulldog teams to repeatedly make second-half rallies which snatched vic- tory from the jaws of defeat. Throughout his coaching career here, Coach Butts has been aided by an exceptional staff of assistants. At present this staff includes: J B Whitworth. line coach; Bill Hart- man, backfield coach; J V Sikes, end coach and Head Base- ball Coach; Quentin Lumpkin, who coaches varsity centers and assists with the freshman team; Howell Hollis, freshman coach and chief scout, Ralph Jordan, Head Basketball Coach; and Forrest " Spec " Towns, Head Track Coach Others equally important in the athletic program are Johnny Broad- nax, Business Manager of Athletics, and Dr Alfred W. Scott, Faculty Chairman of Athletics. Guided by men of this caliber, Georgia athletic teams can not fail. FOOTBALL MENTORS left lo right, kneeling Coaches Whit worth Butt . Hartrrun standing Tram If Luti Coaches Sikcs. Lumpkin, Jordan. II II Is I Memorial Hall — dedicated to those who failed to return from World War I, houses athletic offices « ■ ■ E cr o 9 c c t b a ft Sept. 27 Clemson in Athens Oct. 4 Temple in Philadelphia Oct. 1 1 Kentucky in Athens Oct. 19 Oklahoma A b M in Athens Oct. 26 Furman in Greenville Nov. 2 Alabama in Athens Nov. 9 Florida in Jacksonville Nov. 16 Auburn in Columbus Nov. 23 Chattanooga in Chattanooga Nov. 30 Georgia Tech in Athens GEORGIA BULLDOGS CLAW CLEMSON TIGERS IN SEASON OPENER, 35-12 The Georgia Bulldogs opened the greatest football season in their history with an aerial barrage that bewildered an outclassed Clemson eleven Quarterback Johnny Rauch leaped in the driver ' s seat early in the game and never relinquished the reins- When the final whistle had blown, a quick analysis showed that he had thrown four touchdown passes — two to John Donaldson, one each to " Rabbit " Smith and Reid Moseley . . . However, he had to share the glory with Freshman Right Halfback Eli Mancich. The first time Mancich got his hands on the ball, he cut off his own right tackle and twisted 52 beautiful yards for a touchdown. . . . The Bulldogs started early and Rauch climaxed a 62-yard drive with a 15-yard touchdown pass to Donaldson. . . . Early in the second quarter, Clem- son drove 54 yards with Leverman going over from the three. . . . Georgia jumped right back into a firm lead when Rauch tossed a 28-yard pass to Smith. . . - Moments later Cooley intercepted a Clemson pass and on the first play, Mancich added six points to the score. . . . After half time, Rauch took charge again and hit Donaldson with a pass on Clemson ' s eight — the chunky Jesup boy danced over with another score. . . . Later that quarter, Rauch intercepted a Clemson pass and ran it back 18 yards to the 23. Then he hurled a pass to Moseley who ran it over for Georgia ' s final touchdown after Weyman Sellers took out the safety-man with a bone-rattling block. . . . Late in the fourth quarter, Clemson scored another consolation touchdown on a beautiful running pass from Leverman to Gage, the whole play covering 55 yards. . . . George Jernigan enjoyed a perfect night as he booted four perfect points after touchdown in as many attempts The fifth extra p oint came on a run by the " Rabbit. " Smith picked up a fumble snap from center, and aided by a timely block by Jernigan, squirmed over for Georgia ' s 35th point Above, two husky Tigers pull down Dan Edwards attcr he chalks up an 11 -yard cam on a pass reception. Left. John Donaldson attempts to skirt Clemson ' s left end TEMPLE OWLS THROW REAL SCARE INTO BULLDOGS BUT FALL BEFORE SECOND HALF ONSLAUGHT, 35-7 The Bulldogs were coasting along, everything was under control, and then LIGHTNING struck!!!! Temple ' s freshman halfback, Bud Sutton, galloped around his own right end and streaked 51 yards for a touchdown. A stunned Georgia team watched the placement that put them seven points behind and then came back with fire in their eyes. Seven plays and 60 yards later, Georgia made the tying touchdown. The drive was marked by a 34-yard pass from Trippi to Rauch to the two. On the first try, Donaldson ploughed over tackle for the score and " Goat " Jernigan tied the score at seven all. . . . It is often said that lightning never strikes twice in the same place — the only thing that prevented that rare event that night in Philadelphia was Mr. Charley Trippi. Here is how it happened— Temple returned St. John ' s kickoff to their 25-yard line. On the second play, another freshman halfback, Phil Slosburg, swung wide around right end and headed for paydirt, 75 yards away. He went un- touched for 73 yards, but Trippi cut across field and drove him out of bounds on the two-yard- line. Another back drove into the endzone, but the pigskin slipped from his grasp. Sellers recovered the ball to pull Georgia out of a very deep hole . . . Neither team threatened seriously again before half- time, when, with the score tied, the game looked like a toss-up. . . . Temple apparently left their fight and spirit in the dressing-room, for they failed to display it in the second half. Georgia drove all the way after the kick-off without giving up the ball. Rauch finally sneaked over from two yards out. . . . Quickly they regained possession of the ball and drove 30 yards with Smith carrying the last few yards for the score. . . . Trippi passed 24 yards to Rauch for another TD. . . . Another Bulldog freshman stole the limelight by scoring the first time he got his hands on the ball. Spafford Taylor, substitute quarterback, intercepted a desperation pass and dashed 14 yards for the final score of the ballgame. . . . jernigan followed his usual routine— he place-kicked five out of five extra points. ... He didn ' t even almost miss. . . . Center below is Jerry Deleski. who really is a center, played excellent game before home folks until an injury forced him out. Right below is John Donaldson, speedy and powerful right half- back, who scored Georgia ' s first TD. , I Above. Charley Trippi. whose patting and dc fensivc brilliance were major factors in victory. r KENTUCKY WILDCATS SCRATCH UP BULLDOGS BUT FINALLY ARE CONQUERED, 28-13 The Wildcats, in their first year under the new coach, Paul (Bear) Bryant, came to Athens primed to upset the Ceorg.a Bulldogs. For a while it looked as if they might be able to do it They took the opening kickoff and never gave up the football until they had a |uicy seven-point lead Phil Cutchin, halfback, bucked the line for the score and then added the extra point. . Georgia never could seem to get rolling and a Wildcat end blocked a punt on the 45. Kentucky drove for a first down on the 22 and it seemed that they would soon have a two- touchdown lead However, Joe Tereshmski thought otherwise — he made four consecutive smashing tackles at the line of scrimmage " Terrible Terry " allowed Kentucky a net gain of minus two yards on that set of downs Here Georgia caught fire and drove 76 yards for the touchdown that tied the score The big play of the drive was a long pass, Trippi to Donaldson, all the way down to the one-yard line. On the next play, Trippi plunged over with his first touchdown of the season. About midway the second quarter, Cutchin swept around end only to be hit very hard by Jack Bush and Weyman Sellers. As he was hit the ball squirted right out of his arms into those of Johnny Rauch, who had rushed up from his defensive halfback position to help make the tackle. Rauch hung onto the ball and galloped 34 yards for the touchdown which put Georgia into the lead, which was never relinquished during the ballgame. . . . Georgia came back in the third quarter to increase the lead. Center Mike Cooley recovered a fumble and the Bulldogs were off to the races Their 60- yard drive was sparked by a 28-yard pass for Rauch to Sellers good to the eight-yard line. On fourth down, Rauch sneaked over behind the terrific blocking of Herb St John . Kentucky matched this drive by one of equal length in just four plays A 32-yard pass did the |ob for them. ... On the second play after the following kickoff, Rauch threw a lateral pass to Trippi out wide to the right. Dick McPhee took out two men at the line of scrim- mage and " The Man " raced 69 yards for the final score. . . . Jernigan had a perfect night — as usual His season record so far — 13 out of a possible 13. Won ' t that man ever miss ? This was a costly victory for the Bulldogs — Buck Bradberry, one of the best defensive halfbacks of the squad, was in- jured on the first play of the game Georgia kicked off, and because of his defensive abilities, he started the game. As he covered the kickoff, his knee was twisted — he will be lost to the squad for an undetermined length of time. Above, upper ii ' Buck ' Brjdbcrry. ex- cellent dcfcnuve halfback, iniurcd on opening kickoff Lower. Weyman Sell- er rugged n d whole devastating tackle brought Georgia a touchdown At the right. Larry Bouley plungei to Kentucky one In right background it Quarterback John Rauch Tnppi and unidentified Bulldog stop Aggie Bob Femmore. On ground at right is Johnny Rauch. GEORGIA BREEZES BY SURPRISINGLY WEAK OKLAHOMA A. M. TEAM, 33-13 Two 62 s collide, but Tnppi wins out as he makes Parmer, AgRic halfback, drop a perfect pass. The rampaging Bulldogs drove to a long early lead in the first quarter, faltered and saw their lead almost vanish in the second quarter, and came back to put the game on ice in the third quarter. The great Aggie team of the past two years had crumbled tc a mere shadow of its former self. . . . The Aggies received the opening kick- off and were unable to gain against Georgia ' s hard-charging line. They punted; it was a very poor punt, indeed, going out of bounds on their own 33. Trippi passed 21 yards to Tereshinski — Donaldson went inside tackle the remaining 12 to put Georgia ahead . . . Next time Fenimore quick-kicked and the Bulldogs drove 77 yards in just six plays, one of which was a 35-yard sweep by Donaldson. The score came on a pass from Rauch to Donaldson, who had to outfight an Oklahoma halfback on the goal line for the ball. A circus catch " ' . . . Rauch intercepted a pass to set up the third score Only a few plays after the interception, he threw a lateral pass to Trippi out wide to the right, who, in turn, hurled a long pass to Reid Moseley for a 47-yard gain and a touchdown In the second quarter, A M came fighting back with two long touchdown drives sparked by short passes by the great Fenimore from a baffling double wmgback attack Fenimore himself bucked five yards for the first score and Bob Meinert drove over for the other, both in the second quarter As usual, Georgia came back stronger after half-time The Bulldogs drove some 60 yards on straight power. With th? ball on the five- yard line, Dick McPhee ducked his head and drove straight over center, carrying three would-be tacklers into the end zone with him That was perhaps the most powerful plunge seen in Sanford Stadium all year. . . . Georgia ' s line really showed that it was not the weak sister everyone seemed to think it was A lateral interception gave the Aggies the ball on the five-yard line Yet four straight line plunges found them still short of the double stripe Then Trippi brought forth the OooooH ' s and AaaaaaH ' s from the crowd with a beautiful 55-vard punt from deep in his own end zone ■ imore made one mis- take, if no more, this afternoon — he threw a long pass a little too close to Trippi Charley gathered it ; n and ran 70 yards for the final touchdown behind near-perfect blocking No write-up of this game could be complete without praise of Gene Chandler, freshman center, who came into his own today. He made three consecutive tackles on kickoffs in the first quarter, be- sides playing a smart, heads- up game otherwise. SKk HAPLESS FURMAN TEAM SNOWED UNDER BARRAGE OF BULLDOG TOUCHDOWNS. 70-7 The vaunted offense of the University of Georgia rolled into high gear here this afternoon with reserves carrying a large share of the burden. The fourth-stringers drove just as relentlessly and just as fruitfully down the field as did the stars that overshadowed them Perhaps the busiest man of the afternoon was the scorekeeper, and the only close competitor for that honor was the poor man trying to keep track of the multitudes of Georgia substitutes who swarmed on and off the field. Everyone who was able got to play except Clegg. the colored waferboy. When 60 minutes had elapsed. Georgia had run up the overwhelming sum of uchdowns . . . The man who stole the show was the " Goat " — George T. Jernigan — the man with the educated toe — who kicked a perfect 10 out of 10 extra points. That is a modern record and possibly an all-time record for a single game But Jernigan would be the first to admit that the credit is not all his; without " Rabbit " Smith to hold the ball for him. he could never have accomplished the feat All afternoon " Li ' l Rabbit " snared wobbly passes from center like a big-league shortstop and handled the ball superbly Jernigan is a great place-kicker, but with " Rabbit " holding, how could he miss ? . . Another Bulldog came forth to share the spotlight- a freshman, playing in his first varsity game That freshman was Johnny Griffith, right halfback, who thrilled the crowd with an odd 89-yard touchdown run, the longest run from scrimmage in the entire nation this season The odd thing about the run was that Johnny, a very fast runner, made the run almost entirely at a speed little faster than a trot by cutting, dodging, and weaving and by follow- ing his interference cleverly He took the ball on the 11- yard line, sped out to midfield, and there his speed deserted him He was able to trot and walk alternately on down the field to score. Another remarkable thing — it was the first time he had ever carried the ball in varsity competition and he goes for the longest run of the year. That sounds like Horatio Alger. . . . Besides Griffith, Smith, Maricich, Lee, Henderson, and Sellers scored one each; Tnppi and Donald- son scored twice each. One of Donaldson ' s touchdowns came from a beautiful 71 -yard dash. ft : i Tcp. Johnny Griffith, whose 89-y.ird dash was the longest fun from crmm,)Rc in the nation this year. Center, the All -American cifra point tcjm. with Smith hclding and Icftllfin kicking, wjv good for 47 points this scuon Bottom. Billy Henderson. All-Southern halfback from Lamer High, was another freshman in the touchdown parade. V A L CRIMSON TIDE EBBS IN ATHENS MUD AS GEORGIA TRIUMPHS, 14-0 " As Gilmer goes, so goes Alabama, " said the wiseguys When Gilmer duelled Trippi, he came out a poor second Alabama suffered a like fate against Georgia Gilmer- -Hurhn ' Harry they call him- -threw eight passes this afternoon, two of which were caught But horror of horrors. Georgia men caught both of them. The other six fell dead on the ram-soaked turf of Sanford Stadium For • the first time in his football career, Harry Gilmer failed to complete a pass during the entire game. So Georgia supporters say that he had a perfect afternoon— for 8. . . The scoring started when Dick McPhee, playing with a crippled knee, intercepted a Gilmer pass from his line-backer position. He quickly lateraled to John Donaldson and the chunky halfback raced some 50 yards before Lowell Tew pushed him out of bounds on the 13. Three plays later came the most sensational play of the game Trippi, badly rushed as he tried to pass, finally spotted Dan Edwards in the endzone and threw it toward him. Hal Self, Alabama defensive halfback, tried to intercept the pass, but it trickled off his fingertips and fell slowly end over end toward the ground behind him As the ball seemingly hung in mid-air, Edwards made a desperate dive for it. His outstretched hands managed to grab the ball scant inches from the ground; he held on to it to score the game ' s first touchdown. Jernigan ' s kick was good to make the score 7-0. . . . In the second quarter, Compton, Alabama tackle, broke through in time to block a Trippi quick- kick and send the ball bounding back toward the goal-line He and Trippi engaged in a desperate race to recover the free ball, but Trippi judged the roll of the ball better and was able to save a sure touch- down — he recovered the still rolling ball on Georgia ' s one. However, from deep in his own end- zone, he punted the ball safely up the field. The Bulldogs forced a Bama punt immediately and started from their own 16 Trippi passed 38 yards to Rauch on the Alabama 46. After two plays failed to gain, " The Man " swept around right end and did a tightrope act down the sideline to score the touchdown that really sewed up the game, jernigan came in to make the score 14-0 just before halftime. . . . The second half was rather uneventful, the rain reducing the game to little more than a kicking duel, with neither team being able to make much headway. . . . Tnppi ' s punting in the clutch was magnificent — three times he punted from the end zone — these kicks averaged 51 yards each. During the entire game, Alabama never drove beyond Georgia ' s 25-yard stripe. Trippi as he is seldom seen — hemmed in by the opposition WINLESS " GATORS FIGHT VALIANTLY BUT GEORGIA ' S COMEBACK IS MORE THAN ENOUGH FOR VICTORY, 33-14 The University of Florida almost engineered the biggest upset of an upset season this afternoon. • For two quarters, they outrushed, outpassed, outscored, and outfought the undefeated Unive rsity of Georgia team But in the second half, Georgia showed why they were undefeated, why they were great, by coming from behind to win by a substantial margin. . . . Homer Hobbs, in his first game after being promoted from the " B " team, blocked a Florida punt Herb St John, All-Conference guard, grabbed the free ball and bulled his way to the seven-yard line. Donaldson drove off-tackle to the four Then Rauch passed to Tnppi in the flat, and Tnppi powered over for the first touchdown Florida took the ball at midfield and drove for their first touchdown in just nine plays. Caspar Vac- caro. a thorn in the Bulldog side all afternoon, drove over for the score. ... At halftime, Florida led, 7-6. . . Early in the third quarter, Donaldson intercepted a Cator pass and ran back to his own 42 Georgia drove on down the field, with Donaldson slipping over from one yard out . . Clayton Deavers, center or fullback, intercepted another Florida pass and looked like a halfback as he galloped 22 yards back to the Georgia 44 Four plays moved the ball 35 yards and Tnppi passed to Donaldson for the last . Early in the fourth quarter, the Bulldogs generated another drive, sparked by a 26-yard dash by Trippi Gen bucked the line for the touchdown. . . . Florida drove for more than 80 yards in eight plays, but three more plays from within the 10 failed to score. However, on fourth down, Vaccaro hurtled over the line for another touchdown . . Trippi personally sparked the final drive. He ran for 17 yards, passed to Moseley for 22 more, and then scored on a short sprint around end. All the Bulldogs experienced their worst afternoon of the season, including Jernigan. He missed twice in one game — can you imagine that ? His first miss allowed Florida to hold the lead for a short while, but the second hurt nothing but his record. As for the others, they were just rying to coast after their hard-earned victory last week over Alabama. . . .Trippi has been acclaimed as a great defensive back all year. This afternoon Florida backs broke into the secondary many times, but never was one able to elude Trippi. His great defensive play probably turned the tide for the floundering Bulldogs; at least three times, he was the only man between the ball and paydirt. Homer Hobbs. who blocked j ' Gator punt to set up .1 very important touchdown Clayton Dcavcrs intercepted a p.m to thwart j dangerous drive Joe Gen caught a paw to pull Georgia away from the shadow of their own goalposts Above. Dick McPhcc frowns as he attempts to elude two Tiger tacklcrs. In the background arc Rauch 18 . in the masked headgear, and Mancich 33 POWERFUL BULLDOGS BURY AUBURN BENEATH AVALANCHE OF TOUCHDOWNS, 41-0 If the Auburn Tigers had ideas of upsetting undefeated Georgia in the fashion of the ' 42 disaster, such ideas never showed themselves on the field. Georgia started early, piled up a commanding lead, and coasted home. . . . Rauch set up the first touchdown; o n a quarterback sneak, he sneaked 27 yards, all the way to the one-yard line- Trippi slipped over for the touchdown. . . . Rauch threw a pass to Moseley, who made a great catch for a 33-yard gain and a touchdown. . . . Gene Chandler, playing another excellent game, intercepted a pass by Travis Tidwell, Auburn ' s outstanding freshman back Trippi ran for six, then Rauch passed to him on the 20 and he skipped over for the third tou chdown. ... It is a good guess that that was a very long first quarter — for the Auburn supporters ... As the second quarter opened, Geor- gia moved to a first down on the Auburn 30. Rauch passed to Moseley for another first down on the 15. Trippi went nine yards to the four. Then Rauch scored on another of his sneaks . . . Rauch still had not finished his work for the day. In the third period, he threw his third touchdown pass of the day, this one to Dan Edwards, who made a fine over- the-head catch as he crossed the goal line . . With just 90 seconds left to play, two freshman Bulldogs collaborated to score the final touchdown and to complete the rout of the badly beaten Tigers Billy Henderson, All-Southern halfback from Macon ' s Lanier High, took a lateral from Quarterback Cook and ran wide to the right Seeing that he would be trapped on the sideline, he tossed a running pass to Eli Maricich. Maricich gathered it in and dashed the remain- ing yardage for the score, the whole play covering some 54 yards. . . . Rauch was without a doubt the man of the day, throwing three touchdown passes, setting up one touch- down with a long sneak, and scoring one on another sneak. That is more than some quarterbacks accomplish during a season. Moreover, our quarterback played a bang-up de- fensive game. . . . Jernigan was almost back in his usual form, kicking five extra points out of six attempts. His season record so far, 36 successful kicks out of 40 attempts. Below. Joe Gcri tries to stay on his feet as " Bulldog " Williams moves in to block would-be tackier Dick McPhce skirts right end. In background at the left is John Rauch, stilt wearing iron mask. At right, Rcid Moselcy (23) anxiously watches proceedings. GEORGIA, WITH EYES ON TECH, ROMPS OVER CHATTANOOGA, 48-27 This afternoon the first and second strings played one half of the ball game, building up enough lead to rest the entire second half- They sat on the bench and watched the reserves get pushed around by a passing fiend named Howard Derrick, perhaps the most effective passer Georgia faced the whole season. . . . Early in the game, it became apparent that a rout was in the making. Georgia ' s power and deception was working smoothly, while Chattanooga ' s drives were throttled before they could start rolling. Eight, yes, eight players scored for Georgia, each getting a total of six points. Donald- son, Trippi, Edwards, Rauch, Tereshinski, Smith, Maricich, Jernigan — wait a minute, that looks like a traveling squad list — no, that is the list of the boys who scored a touchdown or its equivalent. Of course, Jernigan didn ' t exactly get a touchdown, but his six extra points count just as much — except he doesn ' t get to try for an extra extra point. . . . Chattanooga ' s passing combination, Derrick to Summers, was hard to stop, perhaps the hardest of any faced this year. Against the reserves, Derrick ' s passes either set up or scored the .four touchdowns the Moccasins made. . . . Summers not only received many passes and otherwise played his end posi- tion well, but his placement kicking showed that he also had an educated toe. He kicked the open- ing kickoff into the end zone and converted three out of four extra points. . . . Porter Payne, fresh- man guard, kicked off after Georgia ' s last touchdown and did quite well, especially considering that he had never before tried one, not even in practice. John Donaldson gains two yards through a stiffening Chatta- nooga line. In the foreground. Moselcy. left, and Herb St. John double torn .in unnamed Moc- casin. , " Tnppi ' s pass to Rauch ' IS 1 , now unmasked, is complete. Rauch overpowers two Yellow Jackets to score Georgia ' s second touchdown. Left, Herbert St. John, all-SEC guard and bulwark of Georgia line all season, was one among many who played a great game against Georgia Tech. GEORGIA COMPLETES FIRST UNDEFEATED SEASON IN ITS HISTORY BY TROUNCING HIGHLY-TOUTED TECH, 35-7 The big, bad bowl bound Bulldogs this afternoon closed their greatest season in the history of the school with a thrilling and completely satisfying victory over their arch-rival, Georgia Tech. Many who should have known better doubted Georgia ' s ability to beat Tech ' s GREAT ( ? ) team, since Tech had a GREAT (?) line, while Georgia had a very weak (?) line, manned by a group of weaklings who probably didn ' t know a first down from a touchdown. So said the ones who were supposed to have the inside dope. If Tech really believed all that hogwash, they got the biggest sur- prise any team ever got. Their supposedly superior line was pushed from one end of Sanford Stadium to the other by a Bulldog line which had never before showed its full strength. The biggest thing that the Tech line did during the game was to execute a tricky, somewhat shady, shift which several times drew Georgia offside for a five yard penalty. But finally the officials woke up and started penalizing Tech. Early in the second quarter, Trippi, back to pass, was badly rushed; as he went down before a mass of tacklers, he threw a perfect strike to Tereshinski on the 9-yard line. A roughing penalty set the Bulldogs back to the 19, but Rauch passed to Tereshinski back to the 9. " Rabbit " Smith drove through the middle to the six. Trippi went over right tackle to the four. With fourth down and four to go, Trippi went over right tackle again — the Georgia fans went crazy as he crashed over the double stripe. Frank Broyles, rated by many as All -Southeastern quarterback, fumbled St. John ' s kickoff, Chandler recovering for Georgia- Failing to gain, Georgia punted; but Tech also failed to move, for two or three plays later Matthews fum- bled and " Bulldog " Williams recovered the crazily bouncing ball. Trippi passed twice, to Smith and Moseley, to move the ball to Tech ' s 34 Rauch passed to Mcfhee in the flat, who drove down to the 17. Rauch passed to Trippi for a short gain, then " Rabbit " ran to the 9. Again on fourth down, Trippi passed to Rauch, who by tearing loose from two or three Yellow Jackets, managed to fall into the end zone. . . . The close of the first half saw an exciting flurry of fumbles, laterals, and fumbled laterals. . . . Trippi ' s interception of Bowen ' s pass gave Georgia the ball on Tech ' s 29. Rauch passed to Edwards on the 13; two running plays moved the ball to the 10. From here, Rauch passed to Trippi for the touchdown. When Georgia took possession of the ball again, Rauch passed from his own 48 to Tech ' s 15. where Dan Edwards made a fine catch. Six plays later Rauch passed to Smith, who made a great catch in the end zone, completely outfighting the Tech de- fender who was covering him . . Tech ' s big thrill came a few minutes later when Dinky Bowen, Tech ' s best player of the day, took a flat pass on the line of scrimmage and weaved his way some thirty yards for his team ' s only touch- down. He calmly kicked the extra point. ... On the first play after kickoff, Trippi cut off his own right tackle and danced 66 yards for the final touchdown It was a masterpiece of broken field running as he followed his interference flawlessly— a fitting finale for a great halfback in the last regular season game of his outstanding college career The undefeated, untied Bulldogs rejoiced in the dressing-room after the game, one thought uppermost in all their minds — Sugar Bowl ' Sugar Bowl! Sugar Bowl! HERE IS A GOOD EXAMPLE of the roiiRh. often vicious, line play which dommjtcd Georgia ' s New Year ' s Day game with North Carolina Tnppi Rains three yards by sheer power through a tangled mass of bodies £ a a t c u I K ff: A scene which was repeated far too often in New Orleans — Tnppi punting Gen, center, and " Rabbit Smith, right, seem pre- pared to meet all comers %■ .IS GEORGIA STUMBLES ALONG, THEN DRIVES TO VICTORY OVER NORTH CAROLINA, 20-10 The two teams trotted off the field for half-time — the red-shirted ones from the University of Georgia, undefeated and untied in the regular season — and the blue-jersied boys from the University of North Carolina, once beaten and once tied during the season. The crowd stirred slightly and again began to look over the beautiful Sugar Bowl Stadium; many of the spectators had magic potions to help chase away the chill brought by wind and fog. On the field so re- cently churned with furious action, the bands and pageants began to recapture the attention of some 73,000 fans. This effort was only partly successful — the Tar Heel supporters were jubilant, the Bulldog fans were gloomy but still hope- ful. There was a very tangible reason — a glance at the scoreboard would prove that. It read: NORTH CAROLINA 7, GEORGIA 0. The underdogs had seized the lead and appeared unwilling to surrender it to the sluggish Bulldogs. The rival spectators briefly recounted the outstanding events of the game so far. They recalled a rather slow and unspectacular first quarter. The Tar Heel fans thought about how they had yelled with joy as Mitten intercepted a screen pass by Trippi intended for Rauch on the Georgia 29 yard line, how the talented justice had squirmed for five yards, how Walt Pupa ' s pass was ruled complete at the 15 because of Bulldog interference. The Georgia supporters remembered with agony three consecutive plunges by the hard-driving Pupa, one for 10 yards, the second for one yard, and the third for a touchdown; everyone remembered the silence which prevailed as Bob Cox successfully place-kicked the extra point that gave North Carolina a seven-point lead. The spectators from North Carolina relived the wild exul- tation which had thrilled them as they saw a quick-kick attempted by Trippi slither off a blue jersey into the flat, the disappointment which had pierced them as this golden opportunity had been lost. Many of the Georgia fans, with no pleasant memories to recall, decided to drown their sorrows. But this act of dubious pleasure was to be interrupted; only half of the game had been played. Now the teams come back onto the playing field; quickly they line up for the kickoff. Herb St. John kicks off Trippi grimace •• h« is un- able to r« around T»ndy. Tar II cl llnnkmin. On knrr in background U Pick M - I ' hrr. John Rauch stellar quarterback, with 12 points to his credit, toincd the ranks of the few who have scored twice in a Sugar Bowl game. and North Carolina begins to move again. They drive to the Georgia 35. On third down, Pupa elects to pass, a slow, floating pass out into the flat. Joe Tereshmski grabs the ball for Georgia, but he is immediately tackled. As he goes down, he laterals to Dick McPhee, who goes sprinting down the sideline despite his injured leg. On the NC 14 yard line, a blue jersey stops him. Back down the field there is some dispute as to whether Tereshinski ' s pass to McPhee was lateral for or forward; however, the official rules the pass legal and the ball is put into play at the 14. " Rabbit " Smith sneaks right over the center of the line to the five; Tnppi drives to the one. Now Rauch takes the ball, jams it under his arm, and plunges straight over the double stripe. Jerntgan evens the score at seven all with a perfect kick. Whispers begin circulating that Coach Wally Butts has engineered another of his now-famous half-time master- pieces in the dressing-room; the Georgia squad has suddenly come to life and begun to play the brand of football that carried them through the season undefeated. But North Carolina is still scrapping for this ballgame, trying to pull off a major upset. They take the return kick- off, begin marching. They continue marching — all the way down to Georgia ' s four yard line. There, on third down, Jack Bush breaks through to throw Justice for a six-yard loss. The North Carolina quarterback and his coach, Carl Snavely, are faced with a very difficult problem — score tied, fourth down, 10 yards to go for a touchdown. The coach makes the decision as he substitutes Cox, the placement kicker, into the Tar Heel backfield. It is plainly evident that they will attempt a field goal, but the angle is difficult. The ball is snapped back from center and touched down to the ground, a leg is swung, and North Carolina takes a three-pomt lead, 10-7. Edwards takes the kickoff for Georgia, runs to the 31 yard line, and laterals to Trippi, who gains three more yards Two plans advance the ball to about the 39. On third down, Trippi takes a direct snap from center, fakes a run off tackle, and shoots the ball to Edwards at midfield. As Ed- wards latches on to the pigskin, he is hit, but he breaks loose and starts running. Usually not noted for his speed, he looks very fast as he sprints toward the end zone. A faster Tar Heel is giving chase, gaining, gaining — as he is set to make the tackle, Edwards cuts just enough to throw his pursuer off stride. At the 10, the North Carolinian makes one last desperate attempt to stop the flying BuHdog — Edwards stumbles momentarily, regains his balance, and dashes on to paydirt. The wild outburst from the Georgia fans is only slightly tempered when the extra point attempt is blocked. North Carolina is unable to get started on a march to regain the lead and Justice is forced to punt; the ball goes into Georgia ' s end zone. Georgia takes the ball on her own 20 and begins a concerted drive. Trippi, Smith, Maricich, McPhee, Rauch — all alternate to bite off long chunks of yardage. At the Tar Heel 1 3, Rauch fakes a pass and runs for a touchdown unmolested. Jernigan kicks the 20th point and the crowd is convinced that Georgia is, in reality, the great team that it is supposed to be. Few people have any doubt as to the final outcome since that brilliant display of offensive power just demon- strated by the men from Athens. North Carolina is making one last-minute flurry, trying to narrow the gap in the score. A pass into the end zone is ruled incomplete because of offensive interference with a defensive man. The Tar Heels have shot their bolt. Georgia gains possession of the ball and starts driving. The big clock at the end of the stadium seems to be all that can prevent another score. The clock wins the race, for as Joe Geri bucks the line for a first down, the little pop- gun is fired and the game is over. The spectators begin to move out of the huge stadium, confident that they have witnessed one of the most glorious chapters of Sugar Bowl history — the magnificent comeback of a great team to win a t ough game, to be the only team in the nation to preserve an unblemished record through its complete schedule of games. The words that Coach Butts spoke to his men at half-time are unknown, but their value is evident in the final score: GEORGIA 20, NORTH CAROLINA 10 D.m Edwards, .i superb end, even better in the clutch, whose great 50-y.ird sprint gave Georgia a lead which was never relinquished. After-Game Festivities Honoring Both Teams at St. Charles Hotel I v L JI 11 t " v A The Builders « ( S P J Cojch Butts in his working clothes. Many people have tried to compare the prowess of the Bulldogs of ' 42 to the prowess of the Bulldogs of ' 46 — most of them have been unable to make a definite decision. Let it suffice for us to say that both were excellent teams and that it would be impossible to choose the better unless a game could be played when both were at their peak. It is evident that this is not possible for many reasons, chief among which are the fact that several of the Rose Bowl squad are now unable to play football, either through death or disability, and the fact that more than one regular played on both teams. So let us agree that both of them were THE BEST. If we agree on this point, then we can settle down to the business at hand — the Bulldogs of ' 46. Georgia opened the season with a victory over Clem- son. Johnny Rauch proved himself a very dangerous quarterback as he threw four touchdown passes. The most glaring weakness was the scarcity of line reserves. The following week a very young, inexperienced Temple team fought Georgia to a standstill for one half. A half- time tongue- lashing by Coach Butts broke up the day- dream and throughout the second half the Bulldogs looked very powerful as they completely overwhelmed the Owls. This was the first real demonstration of the power that was destined to make Georgia the only undefeated team in the nation. In Kentucky, the Bulldogs found a team like them- selves, a hustling, scrappy ball club, but Georgia ' s su- perior talent and experience enabled them to win by a two-touchdown margin. The game with Oklahoma A. M. was a disappointment to many fans who came expecting a classic gridiron battle. The Aggies were no match for the surging Bulldogs, especially with their All-American back, Bob Fenimore, so hampered by in- juries that he was scarcely able to play. His excellent play despite almost crippling injuries convinced every Bulldog of his true greatness The game with Furman, scheduled as a breather, soon turned into a rout. It proved little other than the fact that many Georgia fresh- men were good football players. The game with Alabama, fought on a rain-soaked turf, emphasized the Bulldogs ' alertness and ability to make the breaks for themselves. One touchdown resulted from a series of unusual and thrilling plays; the other came on a play perfectly executed by every man on the team with carrying the mail A stonewall defense never al- lowed the Crimson Tide to seriously threaten; and the hard-rushing line, St. John in particular, never gave Gilmer time to successfully throw a pass, Edwards ' sensational catch ruling as the most dramatic play of the game. The next three games, with Florida, Auburn, and Chat- tanooga, were relatively unimportant. All three were rather weak teams and were too lightly regarded. Flor- ida, sensing a chance to pull the greatest upset of the season, played an inspired game against weary Georgia. by playing their heads off, the Gators held a slim one- point ieaa at half time. The intermission gave the Bull- dogs a chance to realize their plight, to concentrate on their objective — their seventh victory of the season. I heir second-half surge could not be denied. Auburn and Chattanooga offered little resistance. The setting of classic Georgia-Georgia Tech game was almost perfect — Leorgia was undefeated, Tech had suffered only one reverse, an early season loss to Ten- nessee. The opinions of the footDall experts as to the ourcome were about equally split, with Georgia holding a slight edge, both teams were well prepared; the only reguiar ot either team incapacitated was Georgia s John Donaldson. Apparently the two teams were equal, but with the start ot the game it was easy to spot Georgia as the superior team. Un a perfect day, Georgia s Bull- dogs ground lech ' s Yellow Jackets into the turf of over- flowing Sanford Stadium. Georgia ' s underestimated line proved itself to be very powerful as it completely domi- nated the highly-touted Yellow Jacket front men. The ends, Tereshmski, Edwards, Sellers, Moseley; the tackles, Williams, Bush, Jenkins, the guards, St. John, George, Hobbs, Alexander; the centers, Chandler, Cooley; all these and others were magnificent as they throttled Tech. In the backfield, Tnppi, Smith, Rauch, McPhee, Gen were so effective as to overcome the loss of John Donald- son, an outstanding back. Nothing would be more diffi- cult than to try to choose the stars of this star-studded game. Perhaps a cross-section of opinion would pick Wil- liams and St. John from the line and Tnppi from the backfield. Since the Rose Bowl became the exclusive dominion of the Pacific Coast and Big Nine Conferences, New Year ' s Day found the Bulldogs in New Orleans pitted against the up-and-coming North Carolina Tar Heels. This game proved to be anti-climax to the season, with Georgia ' s play erratic. Despite their inconsistency, the Bulldogs triumphed, again because of a great second-half surge in which they approach mid-season form. This surge, keynoted by the outstanding run by Edwards, sat- isfied football fans the nation over that Georgia really was a great team. The strongest qualities of the Bulldogs was their in- born determination and willingness to learn and ti These qualities, in the skillful hands of their incomparable coach, developed into an unbeatable combination. Men just returning from service, like Bush, Williams, and Mc- Phee worked unceasingly to regain their pre-war form; at the same time, freshmen were groomed to fill gaps wherever they might occur. The holdovers from a good ' 45 team, combined with this formidable array of ma- terial, formed a tower of strength. As they take shape in a well-balanced football team, one begins to see a controlling force in the background. There is Coach Butts, a master craftsman, executing the biggest triumph of his career, as he molds the greatest team in the nation, undefeated, untied, and unruffled through eleven games. ' V ft © © -4H $ a .. -. ' N i JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM HOLDS SEASON RECORD OF TWO WINS, THREE LOSSES AND A SCORELESS TIE The Bullpups started their season with a flash, sagged greatly in midseason, and improved enough to put up a real battle before losing by a single point to their traditional rival, the Baby Yellow jackets of Georgia Tech. Ably tutored by Coaches Howell Hollis and Quentin Lumpkin, who were assisted by Bill Davies, the Bullpups were weakened by frequent personnel shifts — promotions to and demotions from the varsity. The Baby Bulldogs opened their season in Albany against the freshmen of Alabama. A scoreli tie was the result, despite six consecutive pass receptions by Lorendo and outstanding line play by Homer Hobbs. Against the Auburn freshmen in West Point, the Georgia men gained a 26-13 decision when Brightwell ran an intercepted pass back 70 yards for one touchdown and both Hague and Pilcher completed numerous passes to Lorendo. The Bullpups gained a 12-6 verdict over the Clemson " Bees " in Griffin as Pilcher passed to Lorendo for one touchdown and the same combination was good to set up another. Two brothers, Roger and Harlan Brown, and Captain Dickie Cox played outstanding games in the line. But the sleigh-ride ended here. In their second meeting, this time in Orlando, the Auburn fresh- men triumphed, 13-0; nevertheless, Grenga in the backfield and Pogue in the line played excellent de- fensive games. On a slushy, muddy field in Clarkesville, Tenn., an overweight Tennessee freshman eleven powered their way to a 25-0 victory. The traditional game between the freshman squads of Georgia and Georgia Tech, played annually for the benefit of the Scottish Rite Hospital, was a very evenly matched affair — each team scored one touchdown, Tech made their extra point and we didn ' t — the final score was 7-6, their way. Stan Nestorak was the best back on the field that day. Almost single-handedly he drove the ball all the way down the field; Bobby Hague scored on a three-yard quarterback sneak. The entire line played a magnificent game, but if an individual star could be picked, no doubt he would be Tackle Bill Hurst, co-captain for the game. Doubtlessly this must be classed as not a very successful season, but who knows how many future Bulldog stars got their start in college football on this unpublicized but scrappy ball club? £ a A e If a 1 1 Bulldogs ' Brilliant Streak Falters Just Short of Championship The University of Georgia baseball team, coached by J. V. Sikes and paced by Charles Tnppi, started off slow, got hot as the season progressed, and then disintegrated in the final two series. Their over-all record was 18 wins against 10 losses, in their Southeastern Conference competition, they won 8 games compared to four losses This record was good enough to win a tie for second place in the SEC Georgia opened against Michigan State, losing both games They climbed upon the victory trail by twice defeating Furman. The season continued with a loss to Clemson, a win over Clemson, another over Presbyterian College, still another over South Carolina, another win and loss with Clemson, and then a loss to Furman Coach J. V. Sikes This quintet will give any pitcher nightmares. In square top left is Jenkins, first baseman Top right is Jordan, left fielder Bottom left is Colson. right fielder. Bottom right is Smith, center fielder. Below is Tnppi. shortstop- outfielder After this unimpressive start, the Bulldogs soared to great heights. A win over Furman started a winning streak which was to continue through 12 straight games. Victories came at the expense of such teams as Furman, Florida, Auburn, Presbyterian College, South Carolina, Alabama, and Newberry. Perhaps the greatest thrill of the entire season came in a game with Florida in Athens May 10. At the end of the regulation nine mnmgs, the score was tied at 5-5 In the first half of the tenth inning, Florida squeezed across one run. In Georgia ' s half, two men were on base and two men were out when Rodney Colson came to bat. The stocky right-fielder came through this clutch with flying colors — he hit a home run to win the game and to preserve the winning streak. The team was powered in its attack by the big bats of Tnppi, Colson, and " Chub " Jenkins. Tnppi and Tommy Jordan kept oppos- ing pitchers off-balance with their base stealing tactics. The pitching corps was headed by two aces, Christey, who won six games, and Griffith, who copped seven decisions. The starting lineup consisted of: Jordan LF Smith CF Colson RF Jenkins IB Gatewood 2B Trippi SS Jackson 3B Boyd C Christey P Griffith P The prospects for next year are bright, with such returnees as |ordan, Colson, Jenkins, Gatewood, Smith, Rainey — with Gatewood standing as Captain-elect. Outstanding new prospects include Rauch, Mancich, Taylor, Henderson, Tiller, and Raven — all football players. J 1 ■ ■ ■ ■• ■ a a Satketball Coach Ralph Jordan demonstrates technique of toul shooting. BULLDOG CACERS UNDAUNTED BY DREARY SEASON Coach Ralph Jordan ' s head is bloody but unbowed Replacing Elmer Lampe, who left in October to tutor the Dartmouth hoopsters, Jordan ' s first official action was to take a box of headache pills Settling down to serious business, he took stock of the prospects for the coming season He found a hard schedule, opening in Madison Square Garden and closing at the SEC Tournament at Louisville To face this schedule there was a great number of aspirants for varsity positions— many good players but few outstanding ones Through pre-season practices and early season games, the coach searched unceasingly for his best combination At the forward posts. Bob Healey and Gene Lorendo quickly cinched starting berths Up to now, these two have alternated as high point men for the Bull- dogs. J. B Farr, Wilson Stephenson, Fred Hirs ' maki, and Bob Russell form reserves for these two aces The center position has been the ob|ect of keen competition Al Fabian, holdover from last year, and Jim Griffith, service returnee, have each tried to clinch the post, but neither has been able to score a clear-cut victory— now it looks he a toss-up between them. Sproull and Hamby afford replacements. Morgan Harvill and Arnold Delaperrierre took undisputed pos- session of the guards. Both are excellent playmakers and add in- valuable strength to the team. Rainey and Maricich provide relief, and Jerry Land helps out occasionally. The season record is far from impressive, showing four wins and 12 losses, with two more scheduled games before the SEC Tour- ney. Several losses were by very narrow margins; the Bulldog cagers are definitely better than the record would indicate. Coach Jordan, although expressing his disappointment in this season, firmly believes that the prospects for next year are very bright. " Despite the loss of Delaperrierre, the only senior, the Bull- dog hoopsters should find a place for themselves among the upper brackets of the Southeastern Conference next year Right, squad picture, left to right, kneeling. Hirsimaki, Rus- sell. Farr. Rotnev. Hjrvill. Dela- perrierre, Mjncich Standing. Lorendo, Stephenson. Land, Grif- fith. Fabian. Sproull, Hamby. Healey f JJ6,) ■MSk? l!L ty$jh iti :m 3 «ty At right is Gene Lorcdo. star forward whose unorthodox shots pay off. Lower left is Morgan Hjrvill Athens boy. who is a first-rate guard. In center, Arnold Dclapcrricrc. other guard and acting Captain. Lower right. Forward Bob Hcalcy, pint-sued but poison. 5 7 12 6 7 10 13 18 21 27 ■J B 10 II IS 19 ?2 Ceorg Ceorg Georg Ceorg Ceorg Ceorg Ceorg Ceorg Ceorg Ceorg -•!.■ Ceorg Ceorg Ceorgi Ceorg Ceorgi Georg Ceorgi 43 51 55 46 27 50 47 38 45 44 33 44 33 41 59 40 St. Johns 66 U of Niagara 59 Chattanooga 32 Mississippi 38 Alabama 48 South Carolina 55 Florida 50 Alabama 46 Kentucky 85 Auburn 40 Tennessee 48 Georgia Tech 51 Tennessee 61 Kentucky 81 Florida 43 South Carolina 51 Georgia Tech Auburn Feb. 27, 28, Mar. 1 — SEC Tournament at Louisville Upper left. J. B. Farr. another Athens boy, gives relief for either Griffith. Athenian, is fighting to gain center position. Lower lef retain starting berth. Lower center. Eli Mancich. second team All-SEC last year, got because of football. Lower right. E. L. Raincy. whose wife is All -American basketball star first substitute for Bulldog guards. 7 t a c k CINDER PROSPECTS GOOD Anyone who has a good memory knows that last year ' s track team was none too successful. Three meets resulted in three defeats. Men who looked good for the losing cause included Charles Lang, vaulter; " Rabbit " Smith and Johnny Griffith, sprinters; Larry Bouley, shot put and discus throw, and " Sleepy " McKenna, distance runner. With the exception of " the Rabbit, " all these men return with the new talent pictured above. Four regular meets are scheduled as follows: April 5 Mer sr in Athens 12 Florida in Athens 19 Auburn in Athens 26 Tech in Atlanta In addition, some entries will be made in other meets, such as the indoor meet at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on March 1 ; Southeastern AAU Meet at Auburn May 10, and the Southeastern Conference Meet in Birmingham May 16 and 17. Above, left to right: Kneeling. Lang. Bradbcrry. Buckler. Griffith. Bcale. Cramer de Leon. Ncstorak, Estep Stand- ing, Mgr. Plaster. Gillespie. Smith, Bouley. Popwell. Koger, Martin. Lambdin. McKenna. Coach Towns. Upper left. Coach Towns Lower left, Charley Lang, pole vaulter Bottom. Koger. Nestorak. Scale Bradbcrry. Left to right: Front Row. Sasser, Scott, Collins. Stcnott, Swimming Coach. Second Row, Orr. Adorholt, Lloyd, Brail. Capt. Stewart, Alt. Capt. Graves. Third Row. Brown. Richardson, Battcy, Hulscy. Lippincott. Edwards, Faulk £» i m m i h f TANK TEAM REACTIVATED Heavy is responsibility upon the shoulders of two University students — Ed Sterrett and Bill Dix Besides doing the regular duties of students, these two serve as cus- todians of Stegeman Hall and coach the swimming and diving teams respectively The swimming team has met some success this season The Bulldogs defeated Clemson here, 45-30. They lost to Emor 16, and to Tech once, 34-41 . This is a very creditable showing since both Tech and Emory had very strong teams. Leading swimmer for the Bulldogs is " T ' | usually high point man for Georgia, with Frank Faulk often pushing him fc Other leaders include Brail, Edwards, and Lippincott. In the diving division. ]ack Sco ' • has taken four first places and one second so far this season. Sasser and Collins also are good divers and are ■mproving with practice. G CLUB C Club selects its members from those students who have won a varsity letter. OFFICERS Dan Edwards President W. L. Hiers Vice-President Mike Cooley Secretary-Treasurer Alf Anderson Gene Alexander Robert Belk Willard Boyd Mell Bray Rodney Colson )ohnny Cook Mike Cooley Dickie Cox Clayton Deavers Arnold DeLaPernere Jerry Deleski Benton Dodd Bill MacKenna John Donaldson Eli Maricich Dan Edwards Jerry Nunnally Pete Could Carlso Phillips Johnny Criffity Frank Plant Bobby Hague Edwin Pope W L Hiers Jack Pounds Hokey Jackson Bernie Reid Al Jeffrey Dick Richardson Chub Jenkins Morton Smith George Jemigan Garland Williams Sonny Lloyd Joe Tereshmski Physical education Kflajct Club NO PICTURE Tommie Arncttc Annette Becker Jane Elkms Ann McLjm PjuIj Odjm Mjry Rikc Ruth Wjtdrop Jessie Louise Wood Vrt ident Jean Morris I i, • I ' rryident Barbara Radcliffc Sr rrtarx- 1 reamrtr Peggy Busing Silly Bishop Dot Bobc Betty Boss Margaret Boyd Mary Chastain Mary Clark Roslvn Daniel Martha Davis Anita Divine Betty L. Fowler Marian Fuller Jane Harris Marilyn Holloway Janice King Margaret Lovell Anettc Manlcy Barbara Maxwell Lynn McKinnon Elizabeth Middlcton V. Helen Mooncy Jenny Nixon Marion Norris Vivian Schocnbaum Lou Slate Billic Wickliffe Jo Wickliffc ■ Mary Woodson Mary J. Woodward Julia Worth Joan Wright m — - ■ Woman i Athletic A ociation Council OFFICERS Janice King President Ann McLain Vice President Virginia Moore Secretary Mildred Carpenter Treasurer King McLain Moore Carpenter Anna Andrews Pessy Bassing Carolyn Bazemorc Carolyn Bcxley Brumby, A. B ' umhy. Z Burns Callahan Carlton Collins Davis DcFrank Dcklc Divine Downs Flanigen Fortson Fowler Harris Hayes Irvin Ivey Kerr McCall McDjnicI McGahee McKinnon Masscy Maxwell Mcadcrs Meschinc Milligan Morris Nicholson Norns Parks Perry Radcliffc Ryan Schoenbaum Slate Smith. B J. Sparks Tallcy Tingle Watson Weismger Westbrook Wilson Woodson Woodward Wright, J. Wright, M. NO PICTURE J. Johnson A. Becker M. Jones B. Bonner B Kuh.in T Daitsh L. Lang R Dim. 1 i Miller J Elkins A. Scott £ jf Club Amelia Brumby, Mildred Carpenter, Laura Helen Downs, Dot Fowler, Eleanor Gibson, Martha Craves, Virginia Hancock, Henrietta King, Charlotte Lester, Carolyn Reynolds, Sally Thompson, Dot Torras, Betty Westbrook. Hockey Club Carolyn Bazemore, Betty Bonner, Peggy Callahan, Martha Davis. Lillian Lang, Betty McGahee, Ann McLain, Jean Morris, Lou Slate, Betty Joyce Smith, Mary |o Woodward. help kin Club Susie Bellmore, Dot Bobe. Janet Boyd, Beverly Burns, Mildred Carpenter, Martha Davis, Marion DeFrank, Mary Engel, Frances Florence, Midge Lovel, Sara Michael, Lynn McKmnon, Sara Shields, Grace Tc Dorothy Torras, Margaret Watt, Helen Wright. TehHiJ Club Lillian Lang, Lynn McKmnon, Ann McLain, Betty J Smith, Laretta Stuckey, Jackie Thompson, Mary Jo Woodward, Joan Wright Hunt Club Mary Caynor Anderson, Coren Bull, Benning Bur- gard. Mildred Carpenter, Ann Clausen. Peggy Farnell. Lucy Hill. Midge Lovell, Ann Manderville, Virginia Miller, Helen Monoxolos. Beverly Scar- borough, Shelly Spence. Madelyn Tupper. W 9 m e n ' A JjHtramuratA The Pandora is trying this year to show the winners of the major sports in the Women ' s Athletic Association Intramural Tournaments. Since this issue must go to press before the spring tournaments begin, it includes the winners of the Spring, 1946 tournaments. Kappa Delta, with the largest number of points, won the 1946 Intramural Trophy. Top: AII ' • win ' nc Softball tournament (or the third consecutive year. Part of the winning team: Woodson. Hill, Allen, Moreland. and Fowler. Lower, left: |JA ' « win Tennis doubles and Singles. Billic Wick- iffe. left, winner of the singles, and twin Jo together winners of the doubles. i i ' wins the Archery tournament. Left to right: Jane Bonner, Betty Wcstbrook, Sally Wakefield, and Carolyn Calloway. ' 7 Sally Bishop. KAOJ w,fU tnc Tj p ' « Tennis Tournament AAII w,ns tnc Horseshoe cup Thc players arc Annette Becker and Mary Woodson Thc ull Volleyball winners. Standing Manley. Radchffe. Morris, Lamas. Perry, and Bngham Kneeling: Norm. Sasse- villc Andrew, Parks, and Slate. ii|I winners of thc 8owhng tournament: Trapncll. Lamas. Bowling and Norns. The . A II Swimming champions: Turner, Love II. Allen. Hilley. and Boyd | x _i winners of the Basketball cup; standing: Daniel. Jack- son. Stanton. Cofcr, and Downs Kneeling: Gleason. Zcllars, J Wickhffc and B. Wickliffe. The Badminton champs for ]| , ,. Joanne Wright and Lynn McKmnon Runncrs-up for KAH. Mary Cronk and Mickey McLam Vr A] t L J USHiH The Barristers Ball highlights the Law School year The Foresters have their day of frolic at the annual University shindig. Grace Tool chosen Miss Independence at campus 4th of July celebration Summer School excursion The Seniors stand back to watch the Faculty go by at Graduation. 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Our pens have run dry, our last bulb has flashed, and our wits (?) are at their end, in an effort to bring you as near as possible a complete record of the year ' s events at Georgia As one wise fool puts it, " had this Pandora not been published life would have continued in its natural course and no great catastrophe would have taken place " But we hope that the fact that it is published offers a means to retain all of the pleasant, sad, or indifferent mem- ories of the 1946-47 season for you to mull over when life withholds of a more pleasant pastime. We had big plans for this book when September was the present month on the calendar, but the lack of mon - - , due to an insufficient fund, was the cause of many alterations in our dreams You will find no radical change from previous years, but we hope the changes that have been made will meet with your approval One change that we point out was due to factors beyond our control In the past it has been the policy of the Pandora to carry a page on the Gover- nor of our great state; but at the time this year ' s book went to press they were still unable to find anyone who would accept this great responsibility HIGHLIGHTING THE SEASON Football highlighted fall quarter with fleet-footed Tnppi, Rouch. Tereshmski, Williams and the other mighty Bulldogs making the gridiron a thrill a minute for the thousands of University and state- wide spectators Hail nor high water could stop the invincible eleven Georgia fired up so much power that it stopped the Alabama Crimson Tide, took their president, and before they could stop they had jntinued on page • MICHAELS IN ATHENS SERVING ATHENS AND GEORGIA WITH QUALITY MERCHANDISE GALLANT-BELK COMPANY " Athens Leading Department Store " Telephone 1316 213 E. 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Phones 1066 - 1067 We Are As Near As Your Telephone SEARS ROEBUCK CO. Athens ' Order Office 265 College Ave. The University Band doesn ' t make a hit with this miss. HAVE YOU TRIED A. S. T. Restaurant ...for ... STEAKS HOT CAKES OYSTERS WAFFLES 184 E. Clayton St. Phone 700 mmmmT j ■ am J Pop gets rash with his hand-out of parking tickets " Dern, that wind It blew right out of my hand. ' The pause that refreshes -Have a Coke I Coke = Coca-Cola " Coca-Cola " and its abbreviation " Coke " are the registered trade- marks which distinguish the prod- uct of The Coca-Cola Company. 9 4 e x Aaron. Marydona H 38 Abcll. Mji.i P . ... 38-209 342 Abraham, Thomas J 38-325-325 Abrams. Annj Merle 38-221-342 Ackerly. Ernest 39 Adams. B 39-200-310-312 Addis Thomas E . Jr .39 Aderholt. Betty 39-219 Adkins. Jack 39-257 Amsworlh. Mm 39-231 Alden R .39 Altord. Adnan N 38 Alfoid Rebecca 38-207-342 Allison Sidney 38-257 AII ood Coniad. Jr 38-236-260 Almmd Mirun A 39-245 Ahpjush Carlton, Jr 39 Alton. Norman A . . 39 Amis. Elizabeth L 39-215-346 Anderson. Alfred M 39-260-418 Anderson. Barbara 39219-354-380 Anderson. Betty R 39 Anderson. George R . . . 38-273-325-334-369 Anderson. Henry 38-240 Anderson. Shivers. Jr 38 Anderson. W 38-254 Anthony. Edna 39 Ana, I. W . 39-312-316-369-376 Askm, Jjne L 39-219 Aspmwjll. LjVonnc 39-366-367 Avera. Harmon Q 39-339-346 Avrett. Zadic H 39-200-213-354 Bacon, Sarah 39 Babb. R 39 Bailey. 8 40-262 Bailey. John D 40-273 Ball Martha 1 40-215 Ballard, Luoan B . 40-254 Banks. W.nford G 40-376 Bargcron. Barbara 1 40-350-374 Barlow. Ruel J 40 Barnett. Mary H 40-215-375 Barrett. Sara 40-366 Barton. R William 40-248 Barwick Lora Lee 40 Baskm Betty 40-200-201-215-310-312 Baskin. Dorothy W 40 Bailer. Myrl P 40 Beale. Warren W 40-319-369-376 BcjII Curt.s A 40-316-323 BcjII John A 40 Bearse. Mary J 40-329 Belcher, f 40 Belcher. M H. Jr 40-236-240-363 Bellamy. Bonnie F 40 Bennett. Jimmie 40 Bennett. Ruth 40 Benson. Arthur J 40 Bcntlcy. Freeman 40 Bcntlcy. Nancy W 40-215 Bently. U 40 Berry. Ju.in.tj E 40 Basnard. Martha A 40-352 Bice. Herbert 40 Billing!. Mollis H 40-260 Billuc. John 40 Bircmorc. Mary 40-233-380 Blackmon. Stephen 40 Blain. C 40 Bland. Frankyc 40-366-367 Blanks. Philip S 40-260 Blasmgamc. Frederick E 40 Blatt. William E 40 Block. Frederick 40-340 Blount, Perry. Jr 40 Bodditord. James N .42 Boditord. Dot A 42 Boditord. Miriam L 42 Bond. Alice N 42-342 Bond. Arthur B 42-240 Bonnctt. Edith . 42-366 Bowers. David W 42-312-316-325-334 341 -376 Bowers. J 42-225-323 Bowers. Mary Eleanor 42-213-366 Bowick. William L 42-323-334-346 Boyd. Carl W 42 Boyd. Hudson L 42 Boyd. Olin B 42 Bradford. Willis W 42-316-376 Brady. William. Jr 42 Bramblctl. William H Jr 42 Brantley. Charles 42 Brantley. James C 42-270 Branda. Carolyn F 42-346-383 Brewer. S 42-273 Bridges. Charles A 42-363 Brigham. Milburn 42-213 Bnghtwcll. G 42 Brigman. Vance L . Jr 42 Bnnson. J 42-376 Broadnck. Frank M 42 Brock, Marion E . 42 Brown. Charles W 4: Brown. Mary . 42-320 Brown. Ruth 42-350 Brown, Waller S 42-363 Brown. William J 42-271 Brumby. Amelia C 42 231 -329-420-421 Brumby. Emma C 42-310-312-329-346-380-420 Brunson. Joseph . 42 Bryan. Frances W 42-333-375 Bryant. Thomas M 42 Buffington. Sylvia 42-376-383 Buic. William J 42 Bumball. Paul A . Jr 42-279 Buiden. James T , Jr . 42-241-363 Burns, Ann C 44-354 Burns, B 44-420-421 Burton. Betsy 44-308-366 Burton. John M 44 Button Ge rge T 44-279-325 Bush. Beverly S 44-370-383 Burgess. Sam L 42-334-370 Byrd. Laura C 44-354366-374 Caglc. Marion . 44 Caldwell. Dorris 44 Caldwell. Susan G 44 Calhoun W 44-236 Canady. Lona L 44 Cannon. Alma 44 Cantrell. Lillian G 44 Carnes. Eldredge T 44223 Carnes. J 44 354 Carpenter. Mary P 44 219 Carpenter. Mildred 44-215-400-421 Casey, Nathan T 44 Cauble. Gerald D 44-376 Candler. William H 44-255 Chambers. Mary V 44 Chambers F 44 Chandler. Vercic S 44 Chandler. W 44 Chapman Dorothy A 44-203-331 Cheney. E Patricia 44-209-310-367-369 Chcvcs Elizabeth P 44-203 Chism. Carolyn E 44-366-369-370 Christian. Martha A 44-207-342-350 Clark. Jcrc W 44 Clark. I 44 Clary. Frances C 44 Clausscn. Anne W 44-231-421 Cleghorne. William K 44-263-325 Cleve. Barbara L 44 Cobb. Carlisle Jr 44-365-425 Cochran, Brown 44 Cochran. James W 44-271 Cochran. Rachael 44 Cofer. Mary F 44-329 Coffey. L 44-266 Coleman. June 46 Collins. James H ..46 Collins. Joseph L 46-271 Colquitt. Hilda 46 Comer Sue 46-369-374 Coney. Walter E 46-376 Conner. Frank L. 46 Conner. Ralph 46-266 Conovcr. Jean 46-231 Cooper. Jackie 46-209-329-342-354 Costa. Michael J 46 Costello. Chris M 46-200-201-312-329 Coulter. Stella S 46 Cox. Betty S 46-21 3-366-367 Cox. Doris H 46 Cox. Mary E 46-366 Crane. James R 46-263 Cronic. Francis M 46 Cronk. Mary E 46-225 Critcs. D. . 46 Crowley, Margaict A 46-233 Cullcns. Zack A Jr • . . 46 Culpepper, Jeanne S 46 Culver, Kathcr nc B 46-370 Cumbic. James u 46-243 Cumming. Edward P .46 Cunningham. Frances W 46-333 Cunningham. Cejrgc P , Jr. 46-236-255-312-316-323 Cunningham. Patricia K 46-300-201-219 Darnell. Denvnle T 46 Dangicr. J. 46 Davenport, Nan e 46 Davis. Elizabcm 46-225 Davis. Erwin M 46 Davis, Jacquelyn r .... 46 Davis, Marvin t 46 Davis Wyhe P 46 Davison, James H 46-263 Day. Roy E 46 Dcanso. Robert L 46-271 Dcas. H Grady 46-346 Dekle. Virginia 48-310-312-333-370-420 de LaRuc. Marcel G . Jr 48-341 Delay. E. 48-263 DcLoach. Fred. Jr 48-365 Dcnham. Frank T , Jr . . 48 Dcnney. Newman D 48-241 DcRennc Kcnlwyn 48-249-325-334 Divine. Anita 48-420 Divine. Pat . 48 Dixon. Chloe Anne 48-203-333 Dixon. Robert D Dobbs. Thomas V 48-243 Dolinsky. Florence 48-221 Donald. Came E 48-209 Oorscy. Brill A 48-263 Doss. Geoige A . Jr 48274-316-325-334-375 Downs. Laura H 48-420-421 Doner. Carolyn 48-219-365 Doner. George W 48-363 Doner. Mary L 48-203-333 Drane. A H 48-312-334 Drennan Hilda 8 48 Orennon. William D 48-341-366 Dnskcll. Doyce A ... 48 Driver. Charles H ... 48 Dudley. Frank M 48 Eberhardl. Merldee 48-213-366 Edmond. Horace P Jr 48-246 Edwards. Beverly . . 48-207 Edwards. Hershel E . . 48 Edwards. James O 48-338 Edwards. William A 48 Eggert. M Helen 48-231 Eleazcr, Wilma 48-331 Elliott, Carl R 48-249 Ellison. James C 48-231 Elliott. Elizabeth Ann 48-215-329 Elwell Marilyn K . 48-215 Elwell. Manorie K 48 Ely Barbara J 48-213-370 English. Doris H .. 48-366 English. Robert I 48-378 Eppes. Gloria C . . 50 Eschmann. Edgar A . Jr 50 Eskew. Ann E 50 Estes. Ruth A 50-213-275-310-342 Ethcridgc. Jessie B . . 50-225 Eubanks. Mildred L 50-366 Evans. Rowan B . . 50 Evans Eileen 50-215 Fackler. Bcniamm L 50-341-374 Fain Al.ct J 50-342 Fairclolh. Howaid M 50 Fart. Raymond C . 50 Faust. William A . 50 Fears. Coralicc . 50 Fechtel. Dorothy E ... 50-219 Fcldman. Martha 50 Fcnstcr. Martin 50 Fields. Garner H ... 50-308 Fields. James G . . 50 Fishman. Herman L 50-277 Fittcrman. Israel ... 50-239 Flanders. Johnnie C 50-363 Flanigcn. Mary N 50-215-310-333-346-420 Fleming. Ann E. 50 Flexer. Wincbcrt D 50-274 Floyd. Dagma L.. Jr 50 Floyd. Dorothy M 50-366-367 Fogle. Frank H 50-308-370 Ford. Peggy S 50 Forsyth. Wallace E 50-266 Foster. Marione E 50-200-310-329 Fowler. Dorothy . 50-200-203-421 Foy. Betty B 50-219 Frost. Dorothy M 50 Fudge. Marilyn 50-203 Fuller, Marian L 50 Fuqua, Betty A 50 Fulton. Margaret L 50-213 Furnival. Mrs Gloria H 50-354 Gammons, John S 50 Garner, Cnstina L 50 Garner, William P 50 Garrison, Sarah A 52-342 Garrison, H 52 Garvin, Bcniamm J . Jr. 52-312-369-370 Gay, John H., Jr 52 Gilmorc. William S 52 Glass. W 52 Glenn, Chary K 52 Glenn. William J 52-258-376 Glover, Dixon M 52 Glover, H 52 Good. William A 52-263 Goolsby. H 52 Gordon, Elizabeth C 52-366 Gould. David R 52 laould. Florinc R. 52-200-201-221-310-312-342-369 Grant, W Vance. Jr 52 Green. Worth C , Jr 52-279 Greene. Bill O .. 52-271 -a23-346-375 onbble. Mary h ....52 larittin, Mark 1 52-266 tariltm. Kjipn A 52 uiimes. A.oert M . 4-al6-365-376 Grincr. Hilda L 52 Oiouvcr, W.inam - Ji ) -2UU-2ry Ouc t. M.kk n ...... }L Owynn. M. Jean il-lil ha.c. rl. iL-i.lt tiaic, Wamci a. 52 naicy. lied C. 52 Hall. Kosclyn V )2-203 HaiD.n, b. Lou. «. 2-a74-3b3 haibm. Sara I . . Si hammono. Frames c . . 32- d --42-352-369 haidy. Owen b 52 Haigicavcs. cugcn.a c 52 HatKi.CkS. Mary J . . 52 narian. atciia Y . . 52 Harrcil. t. Maxwcn . ii Hancil, William a .52 Harrington. Ralph A Hams. Annette A 52-225-372 Hamson. Norman J . 54-316 Hart. J. Eraser 54-266 Harvey, Hillard H 54 Halve. L 54-215 Hatcher Smiley B Jr 54 Hawkins. John R 54 Haynes, Eugene V , Jr 54-271 Hayncs. James F 54-370 Hcaton. Margaret A 54-329 Hclmly. Thomas C 54-246 Hcndrix. Gordon 54-363-376 Hcndrix. James E ... 54 Hcndrix. Robert W 54-266 Herndon. Robert B 54 Herring. Gerald H 54 Hester. Elmo C Jr 54 308-312-313-316-323-325-365-366-376 Hice. Willie G 54 Hicks. Loy G . Jr .54 Higg.nbolham Clarence M . Jr .54 nirfc, N 54 H.ll. Elizabeth . ... 54-203 Mill. F. Louis 54-367 Hill. Junius P . 54-279-325-341 Hill. Lucy G 54-421 Hill. Pop R 54-334-352-354 H.ll. S 54-209 Hobbs, James B 54 Holland, E 54 Holhman. George M 54 Hollmgsworth. Carolyn S 54 Holman, James F 54 Holt. H 54 Hood. Joseph T 54 Hood. 54-376 Hooten. Betty 54 Hornick Rhoda C 54-221 Horovitz Elliott S 54-376 Howard. Ray 54 Hudspeth. M 54 Huggins. Elmer B 54 Husgms, Mary N 54 Hughs, Jane 54 Huict. Ben T 56-279-325 Hurley. Marie F 56-366 Hutcheson. Dorothy E 56 Irvm. Elizabeth W 56-215-333-420 Jackson L C 56-274 Jackson. Lanier W 56-258 Jackson. William A. Jr 56 Jarrett. Mary C 56-329 Jay. G 56 Jenkins, Charles J 56-258 Jerking. Lee F 56-266 Jernigan, George T 56-316 Johnson. Dorothy A 56-366 Johnson. Harvey W 56-363-365 Johnson. Hillyer T 56-255 Johnson. June 56-420 Johnscn. Jack D 56-249-312-316-365 Johnson. Suzanne S 56 Johnston. Robert F 56-266 Joiner. Robert M 56-308-323-376 Jones. Betty F 56 Jones. Carol E 56-340 Jones. Charles M.. Jr 56 Jones. D Franklin. Jr 56-279 Jones, James J 56 Jones. Nancy J 56 Jones. Ora M 56-383 Jones. William R 56-271 Jordan, James L. 56-376 Jordan Betty C 56 Jcsey. Rulus M 56-334 Kahn. Harnett E 56-221 Kelly. Martha A 56-329 Kelly. Roy R. Jr 56 Kendick. Collins W . Jr 58 Kemp. Edward H.. Jr 58 Kilgore. Wilton A 58 Kirmcy, Eleanor 58 Kins Elizabeth 58 King Janice H 58-209 King. L 58-374 King. Patricia V 58 Kmgcry, John W , 58-243 Kirkland. Rcba J 58 Knapp. Helen R 58-366-267 Krcidman. Flora 58 Lahood. E 58-342 Lamas, Fifi C 58-213-342 Land E Gloria 58-213 Land. Jenoise R 58-342 Lamer. Dan L 58 Lamer. William C 58-235 Larmorc, Billie L 58 Lawton. Taylor E .... 58 Lay. Henry G Jr 58 -274 Leard. Jack A 58 Lcdford William F 58 Ledin. Donald H fc Lee C 58 Lee. Meryl J ... 58 Lenoir, F. Catherine 53 Lester. Mary E 58 Levy. Jack E 58-239 Lewis. Evelyn 58-221-342 Lightsey. W 58 Little, Betty C 58 Little. William A 58 Lively, Ethclyn R 58-366-374 Logan, Joseph C 58-312 Loomis, Robert H 18 Long. E 58-261-352 Long, Julian C 58 Luckcy. Robert L 58-325-563 Lunstord. Oren D 58 McCanlcss. James T 5ft McClamroch. Lou O . 58-279-236 McClurc, C 60 McCorklc David B 60 McDamcl. Carol 60-219-346-420 McDanicl. Carolyn J 60 McDonald. Carey E 60 McDowell. Doris A 60 McDulfic. Evelyn . 60-366 McGaughcy. Frank S r 60-246 McGcc Jett D Mcllwain. Lovctta E 60-213-366 McKay. Jack C . 60-255 McKcnncy. George W 60-279 McKcnzic. Daniel K .... 60 McKinlcy. Enid E 60 McKinnon. Julian B 60 McNulty. Frank M 60 McWhirter. Frances W 60-329-366 McWhorter. Alma C 60-215 MacKcnna W 60-246-418 Maguirc. Harold 60-323 Mahaffey. Elizabeth A 60 Ma, nor, R 60-341 Mallard Herbert L 60-363 Mallory. Spencer M 60-255 Mallory. W 60 Mann, Fiona V 60-342 Mansfield, Louise 60-215 Marchant. Amos V 60-308-366-376 Mu-.h Eda S 60-329 Martin, Charmian N 60-209 Martin, M Jo ... 60-308-366-367 Martin. William B. Jr 60-263 Martin, Uldine 60 Marvin, Robert E 60 Mashburn. Lillian L 60 Masscr, Frances C 60 Mathews, Mary L 60-342 Mathews. Philip E 60 Mathias. Virginia S 60-366 Matthews. Joe J , Jr 60 May, J 60 Mead. Kenneth J 60 Mcadcrs, Lilhc J 62-420 Mcadors, Mortimer F 62-263 Mceks, H 62 Mclaver. Norton M 62-277 Mcll, Gene E 62 Mercer, Leo C 62-243 Meyer, M. Anne 62 Middlcbrooks, Marian R 62 Miller, Charlie A 62-363 Miller. Martha L 62 Minglcdortf, F 62-236-255 Mitchell, Ann 62-225 Mitchell, Charles E 62-339 Mixon, Allen P 62-279 Moblcy, Edna H 62 Moncricf, Joyce 62 Money. Betty A 62 Monoxclos, Helen 62-225-421 Monroe, William J 62-263 Monttord, Reynolds T 62-258 Moore, Rosemary 62-342 Moore. Virginia G 62-200-201-219 Morgan, John A 62 Morgan, Martha E 62-366 Morgan, M 62-376 Morgan, T 62 Morris, Helen C 62 Morris, E 62 Morris, Irvine E 62-376 Morris. E. Jean 62-213-420 Morris. Joseph K 62 Morris. P 62 Mosclcy, Oscar Reid 62-246 Moses, Henry A 62 Mundy. J, Ellis, Jr 62 Murray, Harry 62-339 Murray. M, G 62-215-302-309-312-333-369-375 Myers, Cecil 62-21 5-271 Myers. Joyce 62-207-366 Muggndge 62-261 Needham. Gloria L 62-366-367 Ncislcr. Anne H 62-225 Nelson, Edwin C 64-243 Nelson. Lucian D 64 Nevil. J 64 Ncvin. William A , Jr 64 Newberry, Mary K 64-366-367 Newman, Margaret E 64 Nicholson, May D... 64-215-308-420-366-367 Nicholson, William C 64 Nickels, Robert R 64-271 Nisbct, Rita 64 Nix, Harold L 64 Nobles, P 64 Norris. John B 64 Norris, Marion E 64-213-420 Norris, W 64 Northington, Jane C 64-366 O Barr, M Mac 64 O ' Brian, Robert S 64 Odom Herman C 64 Odom, Jacqueline 1 64-200-233-329-369 Odom, Mary L 64 Oldham, Alice C 64-371 Oslin, Charlotte M 64-367 Owen. John 5 64-376 Owens, Dorothy S 64-203 Oxford, Mittie A 64-308-366 Pace, Laura R 64-346 Padgett, Joel C 64-363 Palmer Harriet L 64 Pantcr, Mary R 64 Parks, B 64-266 Parr, Betty J 64-200-207-329 Parr, William H 64-271 Parrish, Patricia M 64-312 Parsons, Arthur W 64 Pate, George L 64 Patrick, Nclda Wardlow 64 Patrick, W. M 64 Paulk Vcnita J 64 Pcavy, James E 64 Peck, Edward 64 Penn, E 64 Perhach, Carolyn H 66 Pcnvcl, C 66 Pcrhng, Milton 66-277 Perry, Laura P 66-213-310-333-375 Perry, Robert S 66 Pfieffer, Ruthe H 66 Phillips, B 66 Phillips. William J 66 Pinlchuck, Maxwell N 66-269 Pirklc. M. Annette 66-333 Pittard. Linton Y 66 Pittman, C .66 Pittman. Mary J 66-203-346-354 Pittman. Walter C, Jr 66-263 Platas. Julio 66 Plcvack, Paul J 66 Poitcvcnt. Alec L 66 Polhill, mily C 66-231 Popkin. Bcniamin 66 Porter, Virginia M 66-367 Porter, Wilson L 66 Powell, Adalene R 66 Powell, Alvin M. Jr 66 Powell. Leonard F 66 Powell. Minnie 1 66-219 Powell, Roy T 66-334 Prater, Howard E 66 Prater. Virginia L 66 Prathcr. Edward F 66 Preetonus, Edward L 66 Price, James N 66-263 Purdom, Woodron 66 Pursley, Sam C 66 Puryear, A 66-215-310-312 Putnam. Sara F 66-366-367-369 Putnam. Truett K 66 Raney. Mrs. Bascom P 66 Reddish, Robert L 66 Reed. Mary A 66 Reeves. William G . Jr 66 Reynolds. Carolyn 66-231-350-421 Rheney, Eva N 66 Rhodes. Jack L 68 Richardson. James P °? Richardson. W •• ■ Richardson, Sidney N 68274 Richey. W os ,_ Rifkind. Melvyn S fig 241 Ridley. J ,„ ,?, " ,.« Rigby. Margaret A M " « «f Rish, Wallace R «7no Roberts, Florence JX Robertson. Charles E • " Robinson. Claud E ii ' - S Robison, Robert W fig Rodriguez Carlos H ii ' «5 Robbins. Mixine fig Rogers. N. Grace ?° Rogers Marv R ii ' wU Rose. Dorothy M 68-203 Rossettor. A Kent 6 g Rousseau. James -- Rowe. Gay H ii ' rjfi Royal, Charles C 68-376 Rushin. W ,g °| Russell. Betty ii Russell. S 5S Sadeddin. Rashcd H ii ' iii ' aS c.lc. Georleen 68 -342-354 Salter. Forrest B A Sanderlin, Roy L ?? Sande-s. Carolyn A || Srhantz, Fern A ••• ••• ■ j Schccnbaum. Vivian 68-221 -420 Scoggins. Dallas F 68-258 Scott. Jane 6 tl Seott, Saidee W ii - iiVs2 s-eckinger Wenifred A ,„ ,fc " !1tifo Merest Nathaniel P 68-255-323-369 evmour. Jonath-in, G. io ' fe Shannon Betty K II ; ,d R i er,L . 68-312.3,3:3,6:323:3 Shelton. William H iViU ' iw ' Ji Shepherd. Charles G 70-3,9-325-34, Shepherd. C W 7° Shcrnll. Reuben C 7 " Shapiro. M ii " aS Shiver. Joe K ?n slklsilmsT.. ■•..-. ' . ■.■. ■ 70 :24,:3,6:363-365 Silver, Betty J 7 °- " ii Simmons. Laura E ■■ ■ ™ " «S Simmons. Roger L 70-266-334 SlaTc. M. UtweHyn. ' . ' . ' . ' . ' .. ' .. ' . 70-213-420-421 Slaughter, Irene J rij Smisson Roy C 70-27, Smith. Alcv W li-iii-MB " ?JS Smith. Betty 7 °- 2, ' - 3 ?n1?1 Smith. Charles V 70-334 Smith. C. L ' 0-342 Smith. David V 7,0-24, Smith. Homer R • •• ,7,0-279 Smith. HP 70-3,9-325-339-275 Smith. Madison P 70 ,„ Smith. Phylis 7.0 Smith, Suzanne, P Ji ' -JS Smith, Sylbra G 7(1 s-p cVv........ 70-200:231:329:354 Sparks. Junelle 7 H 2 H?? Spitzer, Harry 70-277-334 Stalling, D Romclle -,ZS Stallworth, Nancy L 7 9 " f„ Stanton. E Kathcrine 70 -365 Stark. William G 70- -27, Stcllings, Isabel B 70- 233 Stephenson. M Kathcryne ii " ,i Stevens, Thcressa Anne 70-213 Stewart. Colon S 70-312-378 Stogedill. Sara C JO Stovall. A Louise 70 " ?;? Strange. Robert L 70 " !5! Strickland. Gloria L 70- 225 Stnnecr. Dorothy. N 70 Stnte B J 72 Stuckey. Marquilla 72-200-233-329-352 Suddath. Dorothy K ■• 72 Sullivan. Claude H ,iil Sumner. A Virginia 72 ,1 Suratt. Valcska J ii ' »M Surrcncy, Erwin C 72-376 Sutrian. Nicholas M 72 Sutton. Marianne 72-233 Sutton. Andey H 72-308-366-367 Syman. Zelda 72-372 Tallcy. Betsy 72-209-329-354-420 Tcasley. Benjamin C 72 Teaslcy. Lucius E 72-312-325-354 Telford. George D 72-266 Tereskinski. Joe P 72-253-312-371-418 Thomas. James E 72 Thomas. William H 72-263 Thomason. Nancy C 72-219 Thompson. Harold A 72 Thompson. Martha M , ... 72-203-2,9-346 Thompson. Maurice B 72 Thornton. Robert M 72 Thorpe. Martin 72 Thrower. Willie K 72 Tidwcll. Juanita A 72-366-367 Tollett. Robert E 72-279-346 Toole. Grace 72-231-421 Toole. Michael G 72 Towson, Lambuth R , Jr 72-255 Trjpncll. Joann 72-213 Tregone. Dot 72 Trimble, lee 72 Trulock. Margery R 72-366 Tuck Goodwin G 72-243 Tucker. Kenneth B 72-325 Turncf, Carolyn W 72 Turner. James C . . 72-279 Turner. James H .72 Tuien. Allen V 72-363 Tutwiler. Bjibju 72 Tyson. K .... 72 Usscry. Carlton 74-271 Vjlenrme. Jean N 74-383 Van Leer. Lra I 74-325 Vann. Thomas K . 74 Vaughn. Augustus G 74 Veatch. Curry L., Jr 74-261 Vickers. Sarah Jane 74-215-342 Vincent Robert H 74-243 Wagner. Paul F 74-258 Wagnon. Hugh W 74 Walker. Clarence N . Jr 74 WjII. Erw.n F 74-236-266 Wallace. Myra H 74 Wansley. PjuI V 74-308-365-376 Wjre. M. L 74-371-376 Warnock. Charles H 74-308-334-376 Warren. Robert W 74 Warren. Mrs Robert W 74-203 Watkins Charles I 74-243 Wjtson Dint Ester 74 Watson. Henry 1 74 Watson, luthen L. 74-255-334 Watson. Thomas C 74-249-236 Watts. Gilbert H 74 Weatherl, Alvis M . Jr 74-279-319-325 Wuthcrway. Fullon G 74 Welburn. V.rg.l H ....... 74-265 Wesley. Frank D 74-312-316-325-334 Wcstbcrry. James L 74 Westbrook. Betty 74-215-420-421 Wctherhorn. Norma M 74 Wh.itley. Margaret L 74-340-350 White Anne R 74-366 White. Betty J 74 White. Jimmy 74-243-325 Whitehead. Charlcscy Ann 74-366 Whitley. Hal Chesley 74 Wickhffe. Alice C 74 Wiengcs. Martha C 74 Wier Van Noy. 74-271-346-375 Wiggins. Mary B 74 Wilkes. Clayton R 74-376 Wilkes. Frances 76 Wilkins. Frances Wade . 76 Wilkinson, Wanen T 76 Williams. Carl J 76-279-376 Williams. Eleanor L ... 76-231 Williams. Garland H 76-261-418 Williams. Robert W 76-325 Williams. Sibyl 76-366-367 Willmgham. Donald L .76 Wilson Susannc M 76-342 Wmn Wm Douglas 76-369 Winlcrbottom. Bette ... 76-203 Winck. Hilda Z 76 Wolfte. G 76 Woodrult. Louise C 76-209-329-376 Woodson. Mary S 76-203-420 Woodman, C 76-333-354 Woodward. Mary J 76-200-209-420-421 Woodward. Mary N 76-225 Woody. Billy B ... 76 Wootcn. Frances L 76 Wright. Hilda A 76-231 Wynn. Clarence J. Jr 76 Yancey. Lucy G 76-231-329 Yancey Priscilla H 76-215 Yates. Leroy B . Jr . 76-376 Youmans ' Anne A 76-342-350 9 4 e x Faculty 24 Senior Class 38 Junior Class 77 Sophomore Class 103 Freshman Class 1 29 law School 158 Veternanans 166 Special Students .168 Graduate Students 169 Cadet Nurses 172 Beauties 1 78 Greeks 198 Panhellcnic 200 Alpha Delta Pi 202 Alpha Chi Omega 205 Alpha Gamma Delta 208 Alpha Omicron Pi 211 Chi Omega 214 Delta Delta Delta 217 Delta Phi Eptilon 220 Kappa Alpha Theta ... .223 Kappa Delta ..226 Phi Mu ..229 Pi Beta Phi 232 Sigma Delta Tau. . . 235 Intcrfratermty Council .236 Alpha Epsilon Pi .238 Alpha Gamma Rho. 240 Alpha Tau Omega .242 Chi Phi . . .245 Chi Ps. . 248 Delta Tau Delta . .251 Kappa Alpha ... .254 Lambda Chi Alpha .. .257 Kappa Sigma ... .260 Ph. 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